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TBE, TIMES, WASniyTQ, KDAY, DECEMBER 2.3. 1897.
The Most Remarkable Remedy of
the Age for Lost Vigor.
'A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE SENT BY MAIL TO
ALL WHO WRITE.
if i Wi'j
mm jibs , -J
Free trial packages ofa most romaikable
remedy juc beinji dis-tributed by the Suite
Medical I risutute, Fort Wayne, Iiid. Tliey
cured ho many men -who liatl battled for
years apainst the mental ana physical
fcurrerHijjiif lost manhood that the Institute
lias decided to diMributc free trial pack
apes to all -. ho write. It is a 1 ome tuat
meiit amlall men who suffer with any fonn
it sial ikne-h ivHUUiiifiironi juutiirul
ioll,preiiiatuieloMifitrengt ha ml memory,
weak back. aricoc?le, or emaciation
orparf-cati now eu-tj thein,-?ivealhome.
'i'he lemedy lias a peculiarly grateful ef
fect of warmth and roems to act direct to
the desired location giving strcnuth and
development lust where it is needed. It
cures all the ills and troubles that come
from 3 ears of misuse of the natural func
tions and lias been an absolute tucce in
all caes. A request to' the State .Medical
institute, IZA First National Bank Builainjr,
Fort Wayne, Ind., stating that jou desire
one of their free trial packages will be
compiled Willi. The liibtituto is desirous
orreachmcthal jircat class otmeu who are
unable to leave home to be treated and the
tree sample will enable them to see how
ay it is to be cuied of sexual weakness
when the proper lcmediefe are employed.
The institute makes no restrict ions.. Any
man "who writes will be sent a tree sample,
carefullj filedina plain r.ucl:aj:c .m that
recipient need have no fear or ra
bHiassment or publicity. Headers arc re
Quested to write without delay.
Heaid, Crane & Co.,
HODGEN' & CO.,
BROKERS AND DEALERS IN STOCKS
Best FerIce. Fractional lots a specialty.
Orrices Room 10, Corcoran ISuiMing and
60" Seventh btreet, opposite Patent Office.
Telephone, 1248. deti-lm.cm
The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
Of the District of Columbia
COIt. 15TH ST. AND NEW YORK AVE.
Chartered by special act ot Congress, J&a.
1S07, aad acta of Oct.. 180.
and Feb.. ISUZ.
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
Members of tho New York Block Ex
change, 141JJ F bt,. Glover Uuildlnc.
Correspondents of Messrs. ilore & Scblej,
Iso. 80 Broadwa-y.
EankcrB, and Dealers in Government Bonds.
.Deposits. Exchange Luans.
Ballroad Stockti and Bonds nn& all
ccuntlcs listed on the exchaugo ot
Iscw York, Vhiladelimlii, Bottou auu Balti
more bought and sold.
A specialty made of Investment securi
ties. District Bonds and nil local Kail
load, Gab, lusurauco ami Telephone Stock
American Bell Telephone Stock txiugbt
and sold. mhlS-tr
W. B. HIBBS&CO.
HANKERS snd BItOKEBS.
Members New STorU Stock Exchange,
1427 F Street.
LADKXBUBQ, TIIAI.MA.NN & CO,
AND TRUST CO.
Money to Loan.
TW cotnpnay has money to loaa
en Uttcd collateral securitlci at
lowest rate or intereat H
U. J. UZLL. President. i
Money to Loan
At 5 Per Cent,
n real esiat in D. C: no doUy. urea
EEIBKELL & WcLERAM.
3fU.tr 1008 Fit. nir.
Ments rcduetd to i$Hi jer month
lor tue winter.
Thee tioutcs have eight rooms and bath:
veratidab, sanitary pluiLbiug, artcbiau well
end city water, gas, sewers, porcelaiu-lmed
Xoll-rim liathtubb, clectrio tiollfi, ranges.,
hoi and cold water, speaking tubes, tiled
liearlhh and fireplace, handbome mantels.
They areerecteJon terraced lot, with sub
blautlal coplng6, Etsps and walks. The
lolt. are IS feet wide by 100 feet deep to
a 1 5-root alley, shaded by a beaut if ul'gro ve.
Thevare near the Soldiers' Home and not
far from !t. Pleasant, on the Brfghtwood
.Electric Gar Line. For pariiculara ap
Louis P. Shoemaker,
F Street N. W,
It is but natural that a man cured of
such distressing ailments should feel en
thusiastic about it and unable any longer
to keep the jojTuI news a secret. Thus it
happens that day after day letter: like, the
few tfven bel'jw pour i:i upon them to thank
them Tor their iiiten-tt m their well beinj;:
Gentlemen: "I hope you have Rot time to
JiMeii while I thank you for jour soodness
to me. 1 utcd jour sample. It voke me
up. 1 sot sotne more and as true as the
day 1 n hack my strength of body and
vijjor or manhood. Nothing else evercanie
my way that did me so much good."
GentlJin n. "That wasa i cmarkable sample
ot medicine you sent me. It went rmnt to
the .sK)t. 1 could feel it. I was all
withered up and dried out, but now I am
Just as lively as a boy and as hopeful ot
the liuure as man over could be." Gentle
men: "Ilon'L let me lose track of jou. The
sample ymi sent fi:.od me up in short order
and 1 want e'verj thing needed for a com
plete cine. I have tutfered for twelve
years and I enclosp amount to cover cost for
rull treatment, especially for developing
theparts." Asarulea sample of medicine
is desijiiil to show its form and general
merit, nm those sent y the State -Medical
Institute hae brought joy to hundreds of
men tiy reason or the quick action of the
ample or remedy. It is well Woilh send
W This coiil- damp weather? For a few g
a Cajs vie will sell W
Gas Henteis at $2.39
Oil Healeis at $- ,99
g Felt Weather Strip-
g piug-, per foot 1 c a
S 1"REE- The celebrated Enterprise Coo!i 9
Book, containing UK) recipes.
g Frank E. Hopkins,
42 Ninth N. W.
g del-tf g
Snow, lee and Asphalt.
. Laate as well a3 Common Shoee.
"Costs but a Tnflo More.
Have t'.icm put on our horses, and secure comfort
aad safcly for thcra aad for voursclf.
J. 0. KENDALL,
618 Pa. Ave. N. W.
Are you goin to nut tin with the
expense and incom cnlcncc of steam
power another whole year?
Electricity ib ten timet, better ic
Is also much cheaper. Why not in
vestigate? U. S. Electric Lighting Co., '
2ia 14th St. X.W. Thoue 77.'
"VVc lead them all in itjle and prices.
del3-tf,em THE HATTER.
LOL'XT I300K CHECK rioseii a door
without blaniiujng. Doean't get
out or order. JOHN" B. ESrEr.
1010 Ta. o. Do2'Mt,em
I B. & O.
BTOUAtiE CO.. 10 to 10 B
it. no. $1 to $3 per inontb. I
for Plants and Flowers.
"We have extra fine specimens of Cycla
men, Azaliass Oiangcfe, l'oinsettias, double
and ingle: Anle.sias, 1'altus and I'crns,
mcludlngthe famoub-bOS'i ON TEKN, which
Mauds, so i ell in a 1-ouse. You cannot find
uch a collection eltcwhere in the city.
We are telling them at midsummer price.
3. It. lWI':i31AX,
612 13th St. X. W.
Mi Chlcliriiter's tneUth iliaraond Brail.
Orlcinul Bad Only fimmiic.
oafc alwaja. rdl&Ue. laoics kik
PrLrrlil for Ckichctlt T EnpliiA Ma A
rmt i'a.-iii in ilea ma oom netii!c
ih. tfil"d with Wat ribbon. TdLc
ftio Affair. Erfute SaKoercut tlXtllXU
tUmttmd tmitaUont. AtDrngcUts,cracsA4o.
In tim'B for farticalui, tcrtlmonlili mi
"Itellcf for Ladlca," In Utltr. by retcrn
Mini, j.'.vw -..u.vi. nMmwir
toldbT 11 15l Dr.ufl'lt IlIII.AJAn FA.
JJo you Ivii.ow tltut 3"ou ran have
Tlio l.i-iiiiisr, Kvenixitf and Stiuilay
Timch the only. -COMPT.ETK news.
Iiupei imblishtHl in AVrtililiijtoii
berved to jmmi by currier for fifty
ccntb a inoutliV
IN THE WORLD OF LABOR.
The re-clecliun of Mr. Samuel Gompers
as president of the American Federation
of Lcbor meets -with the general approval
or tho tradefc unionists of the country.
Even lhu.se delegates v.Iio favored other
candid-it es, for personal reasons, must
acknowledge that Mr. Gompers thoroiilily
represents the sentiment of the trades
unionists tf the -norld.
It is to re icgrctted, however, that the
hundreds of affiliated organizations avcio
not more fully rciiresentea at the annual
convention juit ended. According to tin.'
bCfcfc rcpori.s 011 the subject, tlio aggregate
membctbliin of the American redcrutiunof
Labor numbers anywhere fnmi CdO.COO
lo 1,0UL,000, lepicentlng all tiades and
crafts. The repurtb from the convention
ihow I hat thfre were about 1 00 delegates
present. This would Indicate that each
delegate represented from 00,000 to 100,
000 "Mutkmen, supposing that eacli Mouil
for nn cntinl number of members. l'o.v r
to icpictent.su great a number of fellow
men ih iniisidured dangeious to the inter
ests of tlofe icprcKcnted, anil it ih taid
ha been ttie ihlef complaint. against the
order of theKnights of Labor. In fact, in
the latter cane, it was recognized as thecen
ttalizut'on ol power, and led to jealousies
and finallv internal disseiiHions. However
this may bo, there lt one thing certain,
that so far, tl.ough the oiganlzatiou lias
grown to tremendous pioportions, tiieio
is as yet no h'gn of interna! dissension.
The talk of teparating the IVderation
into Eastern and WcMern diisions, it it
undcrMood, "was not prompted byanydis-i-atisfaction
among the members nor ob
jection to tie o.cntiic officerb, but by
adc&ircou the paitof theleadj-rsin the dif
ferent tections of the couutiy to cen
tralize tl'o influence and power of the
rank and file of tie toiling maff-cs.
After thoiough difcu'tltn of the piop-ot-ition
and calm deliberation, howeer,
it -va! determined to adhere to the old
plan of organization, bclicing that in
"union there is strength."
While the workmen at large are inter
csted in the action of the coinentlj:i
from a labor fciandpolnt of Mew, tie local
mcniberfe of cigauicd labor affiliated
with the American rcdcratiou are directly
interested ir. the decfMon of the organ
Nation not to renioe its national head-
quarierd from Washington. J he laet
of the hcadquartcrb being located here has
gien a great impetub to trades unionism
In the District. General Secretary Ermfc
Morrison l'as been ery active in bpieading
the principles of the oiganiyation in W'tbh
iugton. I'rtMdent Gompeis, tco, las lie .mi
actne In this work, with the Jesuit that
the number of trades unlnniEtE has in
creased to nearly twice the f owner number
.since the ct il l.shnientof national headijuar
ters in this cilj
The introduction of improcd machinery
for making bread into one of the local
lukeries is causing the members of the
different organizations or journeymen
bakers ai.d members or the allied trade,
confectioners ami Inkerb' drivers no little
concctn It is said the new machine i" not
only cheap, but is pioing a buccc-s in
the nnnuf.icture of bnad btuffb. Hereto
fore only lotu.d" bread could be su cebs
fully made bv machinery, andthlsgavelhe
bakers but little concern. Now, however,
.since a machine liab been invented, and (is
proving a practical .success, the journey
men baker, tec trouble ahead.
A lnomiiieut member of tine of the local
organizations of lakers tald a day or two
ago that there is onlj one way to meet
such ini.ovations in the baking busi
ness, and that is an increase In
wages and a reduotion in the Iwirs
of labor. It is said that one df the new
machine?, v.'lucli can bo purchased lor
about $.r00, will do the work of from fif
teen to twenty men. If this be (rue, and
there is no reaton to gairitay it, it will
cause a great reduction in the number of
men employd at the local bakeries
where tl.ey aie introduced.
Nothing has been done yet In the way
of mak ng demands on the bosses, but it
is bclUned that united action will be
taken shortly looking to the making of
piovi!on against the reduction of the
number of workmen. AVIth this in aicw
it is believed that an effort will be made
by the 11 oie ronseivathe members of all
the babels' organizations to settle the
troubles existing among ihem in older
to be able to piecnt a solid fron' to the
employers in niaking demands for shower
houis of Woik and an incieasa in 'vnges.
The action of the Federation of Laboi
of Chlcagc, 1 equestlng the trades unionists
to withdraw from the National Guard,
has not yet been discussed by the local
Hades unionists officially. Nor has n
been intimr.t"d tint the matter will be
officially considcied. A large pMcntage
of the District militia is composed of mem
bers of organized labqr, so in the event
the tiades unionists in Washington should
decide to sanction the action of the
Chicago Fcdeiation, the Indhidual trades
unionist v ould have to decide foi himself
which oi the two oigini7atlons he would
The ground taken by the Clucago Tidn
tiou of Labor in making this request of
its members is that it would place thj wage
earner-militia man In an embarrassing po-i-tlon,
ir tic event of a not or strike. .It
such time he might be called upon to lire
upon his fellow workmen, who possi'jly
might be his brother, father, or atlir
relative. Such a picture is not ov.r
drawi ruch a condition of affairs com J
exist, so the subject iesolve itself in'.)
tlie questions, can a National Guardsman, be
a conscientioas member of organized laboi?
And sl.'uld a member of organized tvior,
knowing the duty he may possibly le
called upon to perform, enlist 111 the 3tate
The lit tar of Secretary Gaga to Presideat
Gomper6 has been generally discued by
organized labor, especially the trades
unionists, since it was published. The
local leaden, howeverT through courtesy
to President Gompers, rehired to ilUruss
the contents of the letter during his ab
sence. There is no latk of reason, however,
It Is stated, for the adoption of the reso
lution; to which tho Secretary takes ex
ception, and these -will be fortt.coining as
soon as Mr. Gompers returns to the city.
Mr. Gomriers, those TW10 know him in
timately say, lias made the financial
question a fcpecial study and is wcll-iirU-Ificd
lo answer Mr. Gage or anyone else
on the currency question. So, under the
circumstances, It is safe to anticipate
an interesting and instructive discussion
of the subject by the president of the
labor forces and the Secretary.
The fight between the eastern and
western factions of tho Brotueihood jf
Painteis and Decorators, after havi.ig
been nearly forgotten, lobbed up again
at the last convention ot the Aiu.itn.'in
Federal ton of Labor, when a delegate from
the Multed factions piesented credfii'Uls
and applied for admission. The two f 1;
tioti'', one led by General President .7.
H. Sullivan and General Secretary J. T
Elliott, known as (he eastern faclitni. "v'tli
headquarters at Baltimore, MO., and the
other ly General President M. P. Car
rick, known as the western faction, with
outs Tor more than five years. Over a yeir
ago they loth carried their grievances to
the executive council ot the American
Federation, which, after a full invebti
gatton of the matter, decided in fnor or
lh" Elli'jl t-SulIivau. or eastern faction.
Since that time the painters' unions of
Rhode Island preferred sciious charges
against Messrs. Sullivan and Elliott wljich
at a convention otrhe united factions lu-!d
in Cleveland, on December 5), were fus
tained. A t the painters' Convention the
Eastern faction wa.s represented by nineteen
delegateB.reprcseuting eighteen union&.wjiile
IG&AND OPERA HOUSE1
'0ne Week, to0!"2 Monday, Dec. 27th
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday (Wew Year's).
Reserved Seats for
Matinees Daily, 10, 20c.
Nightly Prices-10, 20, 30, 50c.
Hottest Show in Town !
THE BIGGEST YET.
Two Continents Indorse It.
20 Fox Hounds.
GREAT HUNTING SCENE
COMrVAT ON HORSEBACK
Deiiiimn Thompson's Production,
The Sunshine of
tho "Westernern -wercrrepreenicd by thirty
one delegate.. Atcr an investigation of
the chaiges, bnth uman and Elliott were
expelled from thenler,, and Messrs. K.1I.
Seikman and Johji BiWelt chosen presi
dent and secretary of the new organiza
tion. It was thought, at the time by 'nemberb
ot the American Federation ot Labor ll.at
the executive council had acted hastily and
unwisely in sustaining the Elliott-Sullivan
faction. Subsequent events have rroven
that their opinions were coriect.
Insula the Limit.
(Fio'ii the Cincinnati Enquirjr )
First Chfeaon n-l'ne more ItniiikoT how
we took in all that wild pran io land a few
years ag. the more 1 am convinced or Hie
wibdom of the procoedlng. It givc- us room
to glow. '
Second Chicagom --Couldn't we grow
"Xn; I think we -would have been q i.ir
antincd againfit I y thi& time."
Tho tomtits, KveiniiK mid SllIlll3
Tjnius fur flf.'j- cents a month.
B" X "W f.f T 'J,le ci,oe" Hezent of X-Koads. of Word and Thought. AVliicli Path lloeM Y r Mini Indicate? The Kiglil? 1
IJOU JJUMIIMJMIIJJWM, 1MB m
KERXAX & RIFE
And Her Conipanj', Presenting
A Piny in
l'roin tlie Novel
ANGEL CLARE FORREST ROBIiNSON
FREDERICK DE BELLEVILLE
JOHN DURBEYFIELD (otherwise Sir John)
FARMER CRICK JAHES HORLEY
JONATHAN J dairy j WILFRID NORTH
JAMES ( men..FRANKMcCORnACK
Tin GEORGE TRADER
BAILIFF F. HcCORHACK
JOAN DURBEYFIELD....MARY E. BARKER
TESS HRS. hlSKE
'LIZA LU EDITH WRIGHT
MARIAN (,,; ) MARY SHAW
IZZ i Sf'VJc r DOROTHY CHESTER
RETTY.. (ma,asJ SYDNEY COWELL
Act 1 C'riflv'is dairy fai-ru. Act 31 An old manor hoube.
Act IJI--Thu Diirhej-Iichl'M cottage nt Marlott.
Act IV Scene 1 Alee-. lodcing at Sand bourne. Scene 2
Storielienge, the ruins of the Druid Temple.
Tm Engagement, 50c, 75c, $1,00 and $1.50. Admission, 25c and 50c rs
Slbters ICenwiek and Deere.
The Best in Their Line.
Laclede & Raymond,
Southern Sketch .
E IkmHHh HHhh j& QHfc2 WS HHkCbh cSHIHSIf 99
"0 SECOND WEEK.
I i CIBeginning'Next Monday
Evenings at S:15. Matinees Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and S.iturday.
TONIGHT AT 8:13.
The "Wonderful "Moving1 Pictures" bv LU-
MIEltE'S PERFECTED CINEMATOGRAPB
of ' The "World's Subhmest Trascdy."
As Given by the Devout Teasants ot Horilz,
in the Bohemian Forests.
DESCRIPTIVE LECTURE BY
PROF. ERNEST LACY,
DR. W. W. FREEMAN.
PRICES-Evcnings, i'jc to SI. Afternoon,
25c and 50o.
"My Friend From India'
lOver Center Market)
Friday Evening. Dec. 31,
Finest college musical organization in the
country. TieKetb for this entertainment,
also lor the entire course, at Droop's Millie
Store and Central Hall.
ConrM tickuta. 31. lor nine higii-classn-ried
TIuj Aloriiin , Kvenlnir -irul biiiul iy
Timetf for flfly cents a. month.
for the First Timer in Washington
by Tliomii, Ilardy
Harper & Brothers.)
Charles A. Bianey's
Diirinif theTroJii JJnijnKemeiit Ilox Scats "Will Be
The Hoi brooks,
Unlqje Kovelty Musical Artist?.
Tltc Oiique" Beau Ideal,
IX SARDOF IU?EnTOIRE.
Monday and Wednesday Nights,
Thursday, Friday. Saturday (New Year's)
Matinee and Night,
And his admirable .comp.iLy will present a
comedy by E. W. Prcsbrei, entitled
A Virginia Courtship,
In which Is shown orae delightful pictures of
social life In Virginia early in the present
The comedy has been pi onouneed the most
delightful ever presented by Mr. Crane.
FOIL HIKE Full dress suits, ?1 only.
JULIUS COKIJN, 1101 7th St. nw.
FOR II IKE To tlnnnniurs and buslncKS
men, horse and buKSy r l.y ton,' ."?2 per
day. and special piiccs for pleasme onv
Ins. Apply to the HEX .V1ABL1.S, lear
C15 E tt. uv.; telephone call. 100. upSO-tX
Appear at Any
Tlp 2 riain Comedians,
Hayes & Bandy,
Swell Vocalists and Dancers.
The Iri-h Con ertieune,
Wo Did That?
J. W. Ylbaiigh. Manager.
Nixon &. Zimmerman, Directors.
Only JIatinee Satnrihiy (New VearX)
MR. CHARLES FROHMA.VFRESENTS' f
INTERN VTION S.LLY SVCCESSFFL PLAY
WITH THE COMT'ANY
FROM NEW VORK VND LONDON.
3IR. 'GILLETTE as "Caiif. Thorne."
Week Resuming .January a,
Presenting on Monday. Tuesday and
Wednesday Evening and Haturday .
.Matinee, for the first production
in this city, a nmv play, ly
G. Pernaril Hli.i". ,
THR DEVIL'S DISCIPLE.
TEvenins, A PARISIAN ROMANCE-
DR. JEtCVLL VND MR. II YD E.
Seats on Sale Tuesday, December
ERKAK'S LYcEUjI THEATER.
DEC. 27. ) M-itl-iec-j Tuesday. Ttawsilay
One Week. and Satamay.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR ATTRACTION,
c.Sam T.Jack's Company