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THE TIMES, WASHISTGTQy,, SftTIfRDAT, NOVEMBER 20, 1897.
He Tells You He Cures the Host
Obstinate Cases of Disease.
Mr. Potts Testifies That Munyon
Opened His Ears. Mr. Strieby
A Great Admirer of Munyon.
Mr-A. D. Potts, No. 471 II St. N. W.,
Washington, D. C, says "1 was troubled
-with catarrhal deafness for six or eight
years without being able to obtain relief
in nny direction. Then were ringing mid
buzzing noises in my ears which were ex
tremely annoying. I was persuaded to try
Proressor Munyon's Specialitts, and am
pleaded to hay that after lining Munyon's
Remedies that my hearing lias been re
stored completely and all tne nolbes in my
bead entirely stopped."
Mr. George F. W- Strieby, No. 714 II
St. N. E., Washington. D . C, hays. "I
have used Munyon'b Remedies for rheuma
tism, colds and asthma, and find that
there is nothing like these wonderful reme
dies A few weekh ago I was run down
by a wagon and had my writ terribly
sprained. I lost complete Uhe of it, and
also my hand. The usual treatment and
remedies were tried without any benufit
wiiatever. I went to Professor Munyon's
Institute, and, after two treatments with
the Static Electric Machine, I regained
the complete use of my wrist and hand.
I consider his electric treatment bimply
MUNYON'S STATIC ELECTRICAL MA
CHINE cures Stiff Joints, Paralysis and
Neuralgia, and gives new life to the nerve
raoked and the brain-weary.
MUNYON'S LIFE CHAMBER CURES
Catarrh, Asthma and Bronchitis, and heals
and revivifies the lungs and air-passages.
MUNYON'S HOME REMEDIES CURE
each disease with a separate specific. For
sale by all druggists mo-tly -5 cents a
MUNYON'S SKILLED SPECIALISTS
give free diagnosis and prescriptions for
any disease. On duty all day and even
ing. Sunday, 2 to 5 p. m.
GtM 13 til St. N W. It
PRINCETON ON THE GROUND
Tins Fact Causes Yale to Practice
It Will Be a Grmit (inim and Idm-y
at 2 to 1 on Trhieeton Jh
New Haven, Nov. 1 0. On the eve of the
toigge-st football gnme of the year the
Princeton Tigers are favorites over Yale's
EMd men in the majority of minds.
Although Yale supporters here .ire more
thus hopeful for their teaiis success, they
Teallze Uiat Princeton has a formidable'
eleven and that Yale's play in tomorrow's
gaiiHS will nave to be lictter than lat
Saturdty against Harvard, in order to
nave the blue placed above the crimson.
Tho swiaiiiouul fact that Princeton su,v
poitTa have grown more confident of
vlctvrr iu the last twentv-four lkurs and
that on all sides they are offering odds
of - to 1 on Cant. Cochrane's men to
win is creating a more general belief
that YJe" will have an unusually haid
task to carry off the palm.
fct vra. Princeton coaches a.nd ex-players
who .irrtved here tills afternoon, expressed
tiiemaelvc as being ulte sure that Piinee
toa will win bv at least eighteen points.
Taer 1M not make this boast openly, be
Chjjfe they might have been embarrassed
bv the local Yale nwn who have money
t Let -mi .ch chances. Th first teall. Wg
bet ws made tliisatteruoun, when several
PriiKJeUHiiaii- placed $2,000 in casli with
the ck-rk at Hie New Haven House, to )e
pt owt at 2 to 1. The rumor spread
throughout the Yale campus in a very short
tin:', that the coin was up, and in less than
ai hour 1,000 in blue money covered the
sfeort end . Later there was another wager
ot $1,000 to $500 that the Tigers would
win, and plenty of bets of $100 to $50 and
miller ligures on the same basis.
Wtoeu the Yale team arrived on the field
tills aTteriifion everybody was shut out, m
that they might practice In secret. This
was disappointing to Nelson Poe, tlie ex.
FriacettMi player, who had arrived in town
early in the day and bad strolled out to
look the blue people over- He had to 1m
content witt standing outside the fence
mKil U" n en came ont ami quickly jumped
lwtc their corriuger-. Head Coach Butter
worth sid that they had simply been run
ning through the signals and had done no
hard worK- He expressed satisfaction with
tht condition of every one of his men.
The team that will line up against the
Tigers will be practically the same that
met Harvard last week, except tliat Dud
ley ria.y play left halfback in place of
The Jersey rooters say that Edwurds
rrtocetou's right guard, will be the surprise
of the day. He is one of the heaviest
men ou the two elevens.
There is a feeling that Princeton's backs
punters, and end rushes will prove superim
to Yule's experts In these places, tnd that
ou those ixnuts tlie tide of fortune will
turn, hu1cxs Princeton has some of her
bout men hurt, or suffers from stage
fright, aad rattles. As there is no 1U
fecilng between tlie colleges, the game is
expected to be clean and entirely free
from ay objectionable features. Tlie of
ficials Langford. of Trinity, referee, and
DashleH, of Annapolis, umpire, are com
petent ''nough U prevent any unpleasant
features, and hurry matters, so that there
TFifll be no unnecessary delays.
Racing: at Lexington.
Lexington. Kv., Nov. 19. This was the
ronrteenUi day of the Kentucky Associa
tion's full meeting. Tho weather was
oioar ad cool. The track wus linupy, and
the attendance fair. Outsiders -won the
first, third, and rifth races, favorites the
other two. Summaries.
First race Five furlongs. Lena Myers,
4 Ui 1. won; Randazzo, second; The Star
of Kf-tbk'bem, third. Time, 107 1-2.
Second race Six furlongs. Rollins, 3
to 5, won; Loyalty, second; Lake View
Palace, third. Time, 1:20 3-4.
Third race Onc mile. Llew Anna. 3 to
1. -won. Tlie Sculptor, second; Juliu Clark,
third. Time. 1"G2 3-2.
Fourth race Five furlongs. Johnny Wil
liamc. 11 to 5, won; Amateur, second;
Oxnard, third. Time, 1-1G 1-2.
Fifth ruce Five and out-half furlong?.
Gammodion. IB to 1, won; Albert Vale,
second; Sis Tan. third. Time, 1.12 1-2.
"The worst cold 1 ever nadin my life waa
cured by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,"
writes V. H Norton, of Sutter Creek, Cal
"This cold left m.i with a cough and I wna
expectorating all the time. The Remedy
cured rrie, and I want all of my friends
when troubled with a cough or cold to
use it, for It will" do them gooo," Sold by
Henry Evans, wholesale and retail drug
gists, 938 F at and Conn. ave. and S at.
aw. and 1428 Ud. avu- no.
$1.00 To Baltimore and He- $1.00
turn via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Tickets good on all trains going and re
turning, Sunday, November 21, except the
Congressional Limited. nol7-4t,em
Premier Comes Within an Ace of
Defeating McCaffcrfy's Crack.
WINS IN A HARD DRIVE
Famous Little Owjier-Tralnei-Joclwy
Wiilt.s Tod Long: nud Has to Hide
T.il;e a .Demon to Get Home In
Front Old Mui.sliull Wins His
Maiden Knee Over the Sticks.
Johnny McCaffeity's gtent colt Requital
won his second race of the meeting at
Bcnnlng ysleidai. Strange as it may
soPin, the famous little Western owner-tralnei-jockey
again secured a good price
against Mils speedj Son of Eothen-Retrlbu-Hon.
The layejs showed theli nerve or
lack of pioper judgment by laying as
good as G to 5 against the colt in the
opening betting. True, this did not last
long, and 7 to 10 was the oest
obtainable by post tjme. Even at those
figures tin handicappers put their money
down as if the lace had been run.
"Mac" had the mount ou the colt, him
self, and was roundly applauded when he
cantered past tlie judges' stand on the
way to the post. To the wonderment of
all, Keijuit.il did not have tno easy thing
whiclii.be majorityotracogoer anticipated.
Hut it was partly owing to a bit of caie
lioness upon the part of his rider that
tin's wa" so. McCafferty was in no hurry
to take lshii 't the front, und did not
make a move to do so until well into tlie
stretch. Then when he did call opon his
mount, the expected burst of speed was
not forthcoming. Indeed, it was only bj
dint ot a brilliant bit of riding that Mc
Cafferty managed to get the colt up iu
time to snatch the race from Premier by
the narrowest" kind oE a margin Re
quital wa undoubtedly by far tne better
lK)r.e of the two,, but McCafferty's failure
to "eome on" sooner came within an ace
of giving little midget O'Connor, who had
the log-up ou Premier, a chance to "put
it on lum.'
The day's sport was mou the whole quite
fair and iu a measure made up for the
'"dog" card offered by Secietary Crick
more ou Thursday . The weather was all
that could have len asked for, and ,is
a consequence something more than the
usual corporal's guard of spectators graced
the grand stand. The program was not a
very full one, V.it every race had sufficient
su.rterc to make It interesting, both from
a sjn'Otanular and sjieuulative standpoint.
'1 hutaleutopenedtlij day welll.y cashing
on Alarum, who was heavily supported at
seven to five. Squan, a hundred to one
cliauce, raced out In fiont like a seated
dee: for the first lialf-mllc and when he
'chucked it' the favorite took up the task
of pacemaker. Doggett liad him eased up
at the finish to win by half a length fron.
Malier, with Waterman third.
Eleven two-year-oldsb.ittledfor the purse
in the second race, with Charagracs the
choice at five to two. Homelike, with
Sims It: the saddle, was the host-fancied
of the others, and dosed a strong lecond
clioicc at three to one. Jockey Bill got
away In front with his mount and, making
the running accompanied by Tinkler, swuug
into th stretch with Homelike" nose In
front of the bunch. Sanger and Char.i
grace thn joined issues, while Tinkler
dropped out. From there home it was
a ding-dong finish, Sims putting Homelike
over the plate a nose to the good. Ch.ira
gMce tired In the last few jumps and
finished a, length behind Sanger. I&en, tilth
"Danny" Ma her in the saddle, was last
away from tho post, trailed the bunch to
the turn for home, iiiid then came on and
raced Charagracc to a head for third
Tne mile and sixty yards event brought
out a field of five Requital had the
call at even to teu, with Sallie Clicquot
next In demand, at eleven to five. Hewitt
had Clicquot in front rounding the turn
into the backstret fill. - Then Premier headed
her, and the two raced like .i team to
the turn for home. McCafferty brought
Requital up. and, in a drive to the finish,
beat Premier a nose. Albert S was third,
a length and a half away.
"Pa" Hradley disbed out a hot "good
thing" in the fourth race In Judge Wardeil
The judge was hammered from sixes down
to 13 to 5 at the clo:. General ilaceo
showed the way to the turn, where a gen
oral closfng up took jilace. Rounding into
the stretch, Warddl forged to the f ont and
lnawhippiugflnlsh with PontetCanet cap
turcd tne money by half a length. Hi
Daddy was third, only beaten a head.
Olu Marshall made his maiden attempt
oter tne sticks In the closing event and
surptised the wise people by winning easily
Slack rode him with rare good judgment,
trailing to the last Jump, where he collared
the leaders- and in the run home had no
dlf'iculty In out-footing the ravornes,
"Valorous and LniiMlale.
Today's, Entries at Tlenniner.
First race $300 addedjselllng; three-year-olds
and up. Six and one-half furlongs.
Ind. Horses. Wt. Iud. Horses. Wt.
(44) Mohawk Pr. 100 24 Wordsworth ..101
(53) Ben Koaald..lll 53 Debrlde 108
53 Hugh Penny .11D .... Kleppler 101
40 Mast'rJameslOO 42 The Manxmanlll
(42) Red Spider . 90 51 Marsian 100
26 Taranto 101 51 Prompt 98
The following can start if any of the
53Tappan 9S ....Dr. Jim 95
Second race $300; maiden two-year-olds.
Ind. Horses. Wt. Ind. norses. Wt.
37 Sea Puss 107 37 Byron Cross ..107
54 Filament 1 10 48 Ellerslie Belle 107
55 Giles Shine ...107 .... Yaphankt .. .110
56 P. Chamuray.107 22 Eileen D.t .. .107
54 Long Acre ....110
Third race $400; Owners' Handicap.
One mile and GO yards.
Ind. Horses. Wt. Ind. Horses. Wt.
....Maurice 110 ....Old Saugus ..100
21 Thomas rat..-105 46 Vol ley t 105
53 Debride 100 40 Billalit 100
Fourth ruce $300; maiden three-year-olds
and up. One and one-sixteenth miles.
Ind. Horses. Wt. Ind. Horses. Wt.
57 Eastertide 110 49 Kinvarra 110
49 X-Ray 110 57 Esherdowu 107
Fifth race-$300; selling; steeplechase.
Two and one-half miles.
Ind. Horses. Wt. Ind. Horses. Wt.
35 Mars Chan ..157 35 Tom Moore ..148
(35) Decapod 167 (62) Marshall 151
tCoupledlu the betting.
First race Ben Ronald, Mohawk Prince,
Second race Giles Shine, Pink Chambrav,
Third race -Daly's best, Maurice, Debride.
Fourth race X-Ray, Esherdown, Easter
tide. Fifth race Mars Chan, Marshall, Decapod.
Both Team. Ready to Play.
Philadelphia, Nov. 19. The University of
Pennslvanla football team arrived from
Di Li ware Water Gap this afternoon, and
were wildlv cheered by their college friends
at the station. The Harvard team arrived
this morning. There were forty-eight la
the party, twenty-three or winch were
'varsity playeis and substitutes.
"L& R." Route
Best line of Sweaters In town.
INDEXED CHART OP YESTERDAYS BAOES
Henning, Nov. lf).-Twelftli day of the
Weather pleasant. Track slow.
S8 -FIRST RACE Three-year-olds and
Start good. Won easily
it. L Uoggett.
Starters. Wt. St.
Alarum 114 2
Ualgiettl.. .. 105 4
"Waterman .... 105
James Monroe 105
(2G) C'sellor Howe.
SECOND RACE Two-year-olds. Six
1:17 3-5. Winner, b. r. by Kinglike-
Sanger .. ..
The Cad .. ..
IJabiec;! .. ..
47 "Whistling Coon 110 5
45 Hairpin 115 2
60 -THIRD RACE Owners" Handicap for
sixtyyards. Start good. Won driving.
Retribution. J. J. .McCafferty.
(4G) Sallie Clicquot
FOURTH RACE Highwcight handicap
nun uiiYiiig. a line, j..-m winner,
HI Daddy.. ..
Halton .... ..
Wt. St. ii
63-1-IFTH RACE Hurdle Handicap for
n,,,h.s-StartKoou Won easily. Time,
Valorous .. .
Buckeye .. .
Our new Credit System makes it as easr for you to
BUT Clothing as to WISH for it. Every payment will be
arranged to please your own convenience. Bring- the chil
dren with 3Tou today. We can clothe them all and your
wife will find a complete stock of the latest styles in
Ladies' Clothing on our third floor. These prices prove
that it is ECONOMY to buy here on CREDIT,
READ EYERT LINE.
Today's Suit Special
Ail-wool Suits in Scotch Cheviots
and plaids nlso'incCasslmeres aud
Worsteds single or double 'wanted
coals wuim, stylish, and abso
lutely peifect in fib $10
Qualities, today for $6. GO
CREMT WITHOUT COST.
English Clay Suits.
Made up In fine Clay Woisteds
same c'oth and trimmings that a
merchaut tailor would charge 20
to $25 for; choice of blue or black
deep facings very best double v.-up
Itulfuii body lining 3 and i button
f-ar k a ml 3-btitton cutaways
special todaj at $S.GO
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
Just the thing for winter riding,
double-breasted chinchilla box catts
warm storm collars and high cut
vest S7.50andS10 values
today at $5. GO
credit wrrnouT cost.
Today's Hat Special.
Choice of Derbies and Fedoras -all
the popular shades and shapes
including blue, black and
green, $2 and $2.50
values for Sl.SJG
credit wrrnouT cost.
ew York Clothing House,
1,020-2 31 1 SEVENTH STREET
SECKETAKY GAGF.'S BIG JOI1.
He Bfts. Signed the Bonds of the
L'nioii Iaeifie Sinking Fund.
Secretary Gage's herculean task 13 dono.
Tie has feigned the 9,248 bonds comprising
the Union Pacific Railroad fund, held by
the Treasury Department, and they will
be ready for the inspection of the repre
sentatives of the reorganization committee
which liought the road when they come
over from New Xork today. Having eatis
rioil themselves that the bonds are all
right the reorganization committee will
make the first cash payment on Monday
and receive the bonds.
Ii will necessitate the transfer of $13,
04.5,250, the amount now segregated!:! the
sinking fund . The sinking fund went with
the sale, but inasmuch as this fund was
composed entirely of United States bonds
the transaction, so far as the bonds were
concerned, means the transformation of the
bonds into available cash. This sum has
been kept to the credit of tills account
and while i he fund has been largely a rpies
tio'i or book-keeping heretofore the ea sh will
now go intc the Treasury, and be speedily
lost in the liquidation of current accounts.
CANADA AND THE TARIFF.
Premier T.niirUr'r Idea as to a
Settlement of Differences.
Dispatches from Ottawa show that the
Canadian have not given up the idea of
a revision of the tariff in their interest by
the Adti h'istratlon. Premier Laurier is
crp-Jited in these dispatches with what he
said here, that all matters in dispute could
best he arranged byaninternation.il com
' mission. This was the status when the
Canadians lert Washington.
The official statement of Premier Lau
rier has not been addressed to any -representative
ot this Government. Hon. John
W Foster was asked yesterday about the
reported proposition. Mr. Foster said that
Washington Jockey Club's fall meeting.
upward. Selling. One,andone'eiglithmlIes.
1:59 4-5. Winuer, b. g. byi'lorso-Hnna.
Mailer t. .-.
.!. ! 10
.. ' 30
furlongs. Start fair. Won driving. Tlmt
Sweet Home. Hnyumn & Frank.
Rclff .. ..
three - year - olds and upward
Time, 1:48 1-5. Winner, b.
One mile and
u. by Eothen-
for all ages. Six; furlongs. Start good.
ui. y,. uy limiimi-iiuiici:. nuucmuimucji
Belff .. .. .
three - yenr - oldsandupward. One:
2:51. Winner, b. h. by Voltegeur
and a half
Today we offer a choice of Fine
Meltons and K rseys splendidly
made and trimmed warm, durable
body lining choice oMlrree lengths
In blue, black, browii and '
drab $12 qualities today
credit without cost.
alV. the Finest Meltons and Ker
seys lined throughout with Skin
ber's hest satin, which Is guaranteed
foi two seasons' wear choice of
blue, black, or brown fine silk
velvet collars; no better or more
elegant overcoats anywhere for less
than $20 our price to
credit without cost.
A Trouser Special.
One lot of Men's Fine Trousers,
in Woisteds, Cheviots and Casshneres
made up In neat London stripes
and plaids. Regular 3 1, $3
and $6 values today S3.6G
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
Children's Golf Caps
A special lot of 100 goes on Gale
tin.- morning sizes 6 1-S to 0 7-ti
not a Cap in the lot worth less
than 40c choice, while they
CREDIT WITHOUT COST.
he had no officilal knowledge of tho merits
of the case and could not discuss them
All that is pending now appears to be the
protection of the seals.
O. V. GATES.
One of Wnsliiiutoii' popular Tounir
Men Enter.s Active Business.
f . r,' ?t V Gatc3 ,lias rCBiKaea his posi
tion with Liseman Bros., having acquired
an interest in the business of the Standard
Tailors, who have rocentli established
themselves in the large building, at the
corner of Eleventh and F streets.
Mr. Gates is well known, both in social
and political circles, aud has the esteem
and goodwill of the business world. He
has" been connected with some of the
larireSL business houses iu the countrv. ami
j is one of the "hustlers'1 the kind that
I makes a success.
;.'::;: :;;: ;: !::d:::::)
I Parker, Bridget & Co.'s
I Saturday Specials.
0 Boys9 $2.
Reefers at -
These 50 Boys- Blue Chinchilla Reefers are all that are
left? of one of the best selling lines of Reefers that ever came
under this roof. They are double breasted button right up
to the collar and are finished with large sailor collars
trimmed with broad band, of black braid. Sizes
3 to 8. Were $2.50. To clean up the whole line
today we offer them at
For the larger boys, ages 9 to 16, we will offer 75 hand
some Double-breasted Blue Chinchilla Reefers with velvet
collar and fancy lining qualities that you can't
duplicate anywhere 111 this city
the one day only at
Boys' $7 and $8
Here's a splendid line of School
an mnoiiDy hcotcn.piamanti rancy mixed errects good colors
blues, blacks and browns--all sizes, from :& to 10 vears. Thev were
$7 and $?. We have too many of them bo to reduce the quantity,!
wen reduce tne price tor one uay mi
And last but
we offer for today two special
big and little boys, at just Si
the other days of the week.
Cheviot bhort Pants Suits, fancy
of the nobbiest boys' suits made up
this season 3 grades ot them go
today like thU
$5 Suits, $4.
$6 Suits, $5.
$7 Suits, $6.
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fRAND OPPRA HOUSE.
JtERXAN & RIFE. Managers.
WEEK COMMENCING NOV. 15.
Mat. Wed. and Sat. at 2 p. m.
Philadelphia and Boston's Latest Success,
A new melo-dramatic production direct
from Its recent triumphs with
Elmer Giiudiir, Eva llountford
And an Excellent Company.
AH the original costumes, scenery, and
Cf f 6Ct3
FIRST TIME IN WASHINGTON AT
Next Attraction The New York Journal's
"AIcFAbi'iis a ROn ot i-LATS."
PftTinyjQU F.B. & O.S.Metzerott.Mgra.
OUuUfllDlfl. Nixon & Zimmerman. Dlrectoi
In THE GHIP.
wfek CHARLES COGHLAN,
Supported by the Strongest Dramatic Com
pany Ever Organized,
Presenting His Comedy-Drama,
THE KOYAL BOX.
Seats now selling.
Last chances to seethe uproarious coined y
that has filled the ACADEMY for the en
Next week will be presented by special
arrangement with Mr. Hoyt, and at the
regular Academy popular scale of prices,
his satire on woman in politics,
"A Contented Woman."
MAT. TODAY-US, 50 nnd 75c.
Presented by Wm. Grect's London Com
puny, Including Charles Dalton.
Next Week -With Matinee Thanksgiving
Day and Saturday and Special Popular
Priced Matinee Wedneuday-THE
With Its All Star Cast.
T. H.Stoddart. Ffolllott Paget.
Cora Tanner. Edmund Collier.
Louis Masscn. Eleanore Morrettl.
And Over 100 others.
THE GHEAT DERBY RACE.
Bijou Theater. Mg5tJ-
Higli-class Family Vaudeville.
THE ROnyNS-PAULINE MARKHAM.
TEN OTHER BIG ACTS.
Prices. 10, 20, 30 cts.: Mat., 10. 20 eta
j. All-wool, Heavy
2 weight Suits made
g to order Latest de-
signs, strictly first-
g 505 7th St. N.W.
Wilson Barrett's lijL CMPl
Remarkable Play, g gj j gt
under $4.50. For Q Q
Cape Overcoats- about 200 in,
You are certainly to be
congratulated in getting such
spleiidid Boys' Reefer Suits
so cheap. They are made of
elegant quality fancy mixed
cheviots suitably braid
trimmed. They are just the
thing for every-day use no
end to the wear of, them.
Always sold for $3.50. But
as we have only sizes 4 to 7
years, we are going
to close 'em all out Q f j Q
today (Saturday) at lyZaT'U
lots of Suits suitable for both
less per suit than they sell for
Lot 2150 Boys Dressy Double
breasted Short Pants Suits in guar
anteed ALL WOOL Taney mixed
Scotch cheviots nobbv dark ami
light effects; sizes 8 to 1G . 3 grades
or them go today at Just SI off
$5 Suits, $4.
$6 Suits, $5.
$7 Suits, $6.
315 7th St,
Washington Jockey Club.
First Race at 2."I5.
Direct to track, leave S xth-stroet
station at 1:00 and 1:40.
T AFA YPTTP TONIGHT AT 8.
i-iliTii. 1E1 IE. MATINEE TODAY.
Matinee Prices Orchestra, 75c; Balcony,
50c; Family Circle, 2Dc.
THE GEO. W. LEDLUEIt CO.'S
NEXT WEEK Matinee Thanksgiving Da v
SOUSA'S BRILLLVNT OPERA.
Oiigiual cast and chorus. New t-cenery
and costumes. Seats Now Selling.
KtUtN.VN' lCi:i " THIMTMt
ALL THIS WEEK.
Matinees: Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday,
A 1900 Organization, just two years
ahead of the times.
IsEXT "W Ivtiv Irwin On-, uurlesquers
and the BARRISON SISTERS
LOST- Wednesday, Nov. 17, 1897, on 1st
st., bet. B and C sts. nw., white cuff with
gold button; letter V engraved on button.
Reward if returned to TONEY, 711 14th
st. nw-, barber shop. it
LOST-Black and tan dog, with collar;
answers to the name Mick. Reward ifre
turned to 321 Md- ave. 112. no20-3t
LOST On Thursday, a lemon antiwhite
pointer; lemon head and ears; white blaze
in face; small lemon star In forehead;
answers to name of Birdo. Please return
to 7-12 14th St., or 1631 O st. nw., and
receive reward. lt.em
LOST A small carved diamond ring, on
ind. ave., bet. 3d and 6th, or from Ind.
ave. to Vendome Hotel, 3d st. A liberal
reward if returned to 210 C st.se. nol0-3t
LOST On 7th St., near K, one left-hand
fur-lined glove. Very liberal reward if
rcturncdto303 1stst.se. nol0-3t
LOST On C st. ne., bet 6th st- ne. and
North Capitol, or on 6th st., bet. C and
B sts., one gold breastpin, pearl setting.
Liberal reward, J. T. H., 231 North Cap
itol st. nol0-36
LOST OR STOLEN Monday night; three
wheel-scrapers; wheels on the road to
Marlboro. Liberal reward ir returned to
GREEN, Atlantic Building. nol9-3t
LOST On Tuesdayor Wednesday morning,
a pair of gold eyeglasses, in a redleather
case, with the name of "Carl Peterson."
Suitable reward will be given ir returned to
656 6th at. ne. nol8-3t-em
"Gold medal; Spa Athletic Club;
sday eve, on front, "Wrestling Cham
tip;' on back, "Awarded by Wash.
Atll Plllh ' T?n fl If .atll.nml . . t T,.
MACKEr, Wash. Ath. Club no!7-3t,om
FPU SALE HOTELS.
FOR SALE-S250 cash andS7 per month
New press-brick dwelling on 3d st. se.:
sacrifice at S1.300. B. M. DANTE, owner
405 10th st. nw. no20-3c
Tv Qhnrln,pn,0rtInm Discovery for
JL1 , Oiltlllu jCU8untlon, Diabetes, and
Blight's Disease, adminis
tered at reduced prices during the winter.
Dr. Shade also treats successfully N'ervous
and Brain diseases, all forms of Indigestion,
aud nervous affections, and chronic dis
eases. Consultation free on Monday, Wed
nesday, and Friday, 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to
5 p.m. bend for booklet, symp turns tiant,
for those desiring "home" treatment.
YOU'LL regret it the balance of your nat
ural lire if you don't gt one of theso
haiid-ouie suits or overcoats (worn a trifle!
tnat we are selling at figures that'll please
you to death. JlISTBS OLD STAND.
619 D st. aw. nol6-7t
DF.E3S bUHS Tor hue at Oarner's. 7th
and II sts. nolG-tf
One Dollar a Week
till further notice. Everything furnished.
Theifc3 Days" Cure
t'outment for diseases of men. Simple
cases cured in 3 days. Consultation Ireo.
IR. McKEEHAN, 716 12th st- nw. AH
day; nol6-7c m
PROF. CLAVT Oldest established clairvoy
ant advertising in this city, consult him
on business, lawsuits, divorce, speculation,
separations, love or family troubles; can
tell you anything you wish to know; brings
separated husband and wife together;
makfs sweetheart or lover true; causea
marriages; removes spells or mysterious
reelings; gives luck; fee, 50 cents; hours.
IO to 10 dally. 485 H st. sw. nolM-at-em
DK. WESTLAKE HAS ItKMOVED hia
residence to Hyattaville for the winter;
a limited number of patieuts will be re
eencd Full Information and testimonials
relating to the new treatment for Brlgnt'a
Disease and Diabetes at office, 1110 F
st. nw-, hours, 10 30 to JS p.m. nolS-3t
ilME. RAPHAEL, astrologist, tnircman
ciene; can help all, has marvelous psychio
powers. 717 9th st. nw nol-l-7t
The World sajs. '"He has no equal."
Studio, 505 Twelfth at-nw.
Life reauer. palmist and healer- Gives
name, joins separated, remo. es bad influ
ences, brings about all wishes, cures dii
ease by his tiamfjt ami reveals eierythlng.
Tet his ablliry at jour own price; Shis
proves he can satisfy vou. Letters an
wered. Hours, 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. dailv
and Sundays. i.ol5-6t,em
EXPERT SPECIALIST, i 25 years ex
perieut e. All private diseases quickly and
permanently cured. SYPHILIS positively
cured in any stage. Consultation free.
Hours, Ii to 12, 2 to 5. Tues.,
Tllnrn. and Sat. evenings, 7 to 8.
Xo. 002 F st. nw. Closed b'nnday.
PRIVATE SNAP For men; sure ewe; sale
by alldruggb.ts;S50c. nol9-Im,em
If you are ruptured, yoa should have a
properly adjusted truss. One that will
retain the hernia, and yet be Comfortable.
Our more Mian twenty yean experience In
fitting, enab.es us to give satisfaction.
A'l i russes guaranteed.
Abdominal Supporters, Elastic
Hosiery, Suspensories Etc.
WasMngtoii Surgical Instrmnsnt House,
i IUS F btreet N. W.
nt 14. 3mo
' and F Sts.
Treats euccessfully all diseases ot tha
Nose. Throat, Lungs, H eart. Nerves. Brain,
Blood, Skin. Stomach. Kidneys. Bladder;
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness. Syphll
Is aud all Special Disease of either sex.
Stricture. Varicocele and Hidrocele cured
for life withojt operation. No pain No
Ions of time. Consultation and urinary
The highest fee charged, whether yoa
have one or more diseases. Is
S5.00 A IVIOTH,
Which Includes All Medicines.
Hours lo to 12 and 3 to 5, dailv;8un
day. 11 lo 12. se22-tfexSa
Your Destiny Foretold by
The Great Clairvoyant and Palmist.
Why remain In doubt about the outcome
of important affairs of your lire? Consuls
this gifted woman. She can give yoa the
Information you are seeking. All your
wishes and desires can be arcompltehed.
Bad and evil influences removed. Full
names given. Charges, 50c and SI , 130S
u st. nw. tull-2-lt-em
hen Others Fail, Consnlc
Tne most able and successful Specialise
in the treatment ot all Nervous. Chronic,
fckm anu PKIVAlfc. DIbLAbES HI3
COMPLbTE outfit of mouern appliance,
X-RAY. fatattc, Faraaic and ualvautf Elec
tn. lty enables him to treat wit hst.ee ess, ea
peciailyin Catarrh, Rheumatism. 1'yspepsla,
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Sexual Weak
ness, stricture, Hemorrhoids. s;,pnili3 and
Diseases or Women, free coubuhation from
a To U. Uiy Pa- ave. nw., Washington.
D. U. nolU-tf
Mrs. OR, RENDER.
In obelrtcs. gold medal awarded for th
science of obstetrics from The "University
of Munich. Bavaria; treats successfully
woman's complaints and Irregularities; pri
vate sanitarium tor ladies before and dur
ing confinement- Of rice hours rru:a a a.
m- to 6 p m.. No. 610 Pa. ave. nw. ge.3-tt
Dim jt street Aortnwwt.
Oold flillngs and bridge wort a pe
nalty, at the lowest price; amalgam fill
ings, 5uc; riill sets ot tcetb cs plates, So;
extracting, either Dy gu or local spray.
BbbuiuU'ly painless, 50c; without. 25c; all
work dono by experts, and guaranteed tha
Oest; open on tiundays from lo to S
HANC1NG Caldwell'-s Academy, cor. 5th
and H sts. nw., class eieumgs Tues
day anil Friday, prliate lessons glia
daily by appointment. Address 7P6 7th
st. nw. nol7-6t,em
X. y. ave. (11th and I nw.); circles,
Tuesdays and Friday evenrajrs; Interviews
daily; bunday evening meetings Typo
graphical Hall, 425 G st. nw twl 5-7t-em
MME. LA RAU, medium; tells past and
present; gives luck. 1223 1-2 F st. nw. ;
walk upstairs. noS-lm.em
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE -15 building lutein P.";S1 ,0OO
lus been loaned on them; compelled to
sell. ."50U casu will buy tnem; title guaran
teed. Address LOT, thisoffice. uol9-3C
1 VA NTHU I'OSTAG E STAMPS. ,
WANTED For casn, all kinds or United
States postage and department stamps;
collections alto bought. II- F- DUNK
HORST. 1005 7th st. nw oc9-tf
WANTED Boarders Four gentlemen to
room and board In private family at S12
per month each; near .cable line- Apply
710 G st. sw. nolS-JC
if OK HIKE.
FiR HIRE-Nice horses, buggies and Day
tons, $1.50 to !2 per day- J. W. PRES-
TOis'ft s fABLES, cor. tstn audi sts. nw.
no 1 8jJ5 1
FOR HIRE -Full dress Bulls, 51 only- JL
L1US CoKEN, 1104 7th at-nw.
TOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggy or Davton. S2 per
day.and special prices Tor pleasure driving.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615 B
et. nw.; telephone call, 10U. ap30-tf
FOR SALE STTBIRBAN PHOl'BRTT
FOR SALE The following suburban prop
erty within 2 miles of Washington citv,
on and near steam aud electric railroads;
at low prices and on easv trnus; 20 acres,
with S-room house and b'aru: 5 acres with
12-room house and barn; 2 acres, with 9
room new house and barn". 3 acres, 7
ropm house aud bam; 7-room house; 25
acics, 5-room house and barn; building lots
at Rosslyn; building lots at Ballston, on
tho electric line, for 100 each: terms S5
down, balance $1 per we-ic. no taxes or
Interest; also 5 acres and large house and
barn at Falls Church at puMic auction oa
Nov. 25 for whatever It will bring; also
farm of 347 acres wii house, barn, vine
yard and large orchard, for 56 per acre;
also several nice places? for rent; a large
map showing the suburbs given to all
callers. JAMES E. clv.uvkt!.. ii"i w
1 st. nw. nol9-3t-em