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THE TIMES. WASHINGTON. . SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1898:
A $250,000 Ribbon Sale
And We Shared It!
The greatest sale of the year the decade the century! It oc
curred less than a week ago in the auction rooms of Field, Chapman
& tenner. No bankrupt stock no failure. Far more remarkable
than that! It was the selling of the surplus stock of the Phoenix
Silic Manufacturing Company, the biggest ribbon mill in the world.
Buyers were there from Maine to California, but this concern was the
Only Washington Store Represented !
We scooped the District! We stole a march on competition that
Will never be forgotten or forgiven.
5,000 Pieces of New Fall Ribbons.
The goods range from cheapness to absolute exclusiveness.
Every recent effect is represented and not a single yard that's older
than the current season. The opportunity is too great to let pass.
We'll talk ribbons in a strain that has never been sounded. We'll give
qualities that have never known any yoke mate but the highest
prices but our prices will bring them to the level of the lowest
Ever' color in AlU-sIlk, Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons, 11-4 inches wide 5c
Every color in All-silk. Setin and Gros Grain Ribbons, 2 inches wide lie
Every color in All-silk, Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons, 21-2 inches wide 15c
Every color In All-silk, Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons, 2 3-4 inches wide 19c
Every color in All-silk, Satin and Gros Grain Ribbons, 5 frrcnes wide 29c
NOTE These Ribbons haven't a thread in them that isn't silk. They are
standard goods and worth almost double these prices, but you know that.
Two Stunning Fancy Ribbon Items.
' There are two big lots of Fancy Ribbons, which aggregate almost a thou
sand pieces. Every coloring that man has ever invented is among 'em all the
new and exclusive and hard-to-get effects are there all the latest patterns.
iThey are all silk and worth just double.
1X)T ONE Is made up of 2 3-4-in. fancies, worth as high as 35c 19c
3LOT TWO Is made up of the same grade in greater widths of fancies, worth
up to 49c 25c
Unheardof Prices in Black Satins.
No. 5, All-silk double face Black Batln Ribbon 8c
No. 7, All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon "...!".V.".!.V.'."!sV.!.""."."..".'.V.10c
No. 9, All-ailk double face Black Satin Ribbon 12c
No. 12, All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon '..'.'.'.'...'.'...'.'.'..'..'..'.... 15c
No. 16, All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon 19c
No. 22, All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon 21c
No. 30. All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon 23c
No. 40. All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon 25c
No. 50. All-silk double face Black Satin Ribbon 28c
Incomparable Leaders in Black Satis and firos Grain.
No. 12, Black Satin and Gros Grain All-Silk Ribbon, 2 inches wide 10c
No. 16, Black Satin and Gros Grain All-silk Ribbon. 21-4 inches wide 13c
TCo. 22, Black Satin and Gros Grain All-silk Ribbon, 2 3-4 inches wide 15c
No. 50, Black Satin and Gros Grain All-silk Ribbon. 4 Inches wide 21c
China and Houseware Bongs
Why tell 3rou again how good a value every one of these items are
or how much under every other store's price? It's an old story
this underselling of ours yet there's always a new and charming
aspect to it. But today there's really a novelty in the history for
our bargain tales have always been and always will be chronicles of
fact, not fanc3' the novelty of climaxing bargains at the very preface
the opening of the season.
C I o c k every one
guaranteed a perfect
timekeeper. "W h y
buy the inferior kind
when the genuine
Ansonla is of
fered to you
gas burner, with
globe, mantel and
The chimney's dis
pensed with a big
Item of expense.
The mantel Is first
quality and guar
anteed to do every
thing that is prom
ised of It. A lamp
that Is without
Tival in any respect, and which
never in the world has been sold
under a dollar. 350 of them,
75 No. 1 Mantels; regular 23c valucloc
COO Queen Mantels; regular 29c value..l9c
00 Asbestos Loop Mantels.wlth at
tached wire; regular 39c valua 25c
12 1-lb. bars of good quality Laundry
Soaps for. 25c
A quart bottle of good quality "Wash
Blue, 10c value 3c
Pretty Japanned heavy tin toilet sets,
consisting of large water carrier, large
slop jar and cover and foot tub.
This Is not the small-sized set sorjrk
extensively advertised but worth XUP
every cent of ?L75 the 5 pieces.... U.W
Heavy tin pot covers, with ring, up to
35-inch size, at 2c, 3c, 4c and 5c.
k Slaughter of
69c Camel's-hair Under- -.,,
75c Fleece-lined Under-
75c Natural Wool Under
98c All-wool Fleeced Un- ,
derwear. J yC
59c Ribbed Fleeced Un- --.,,
9SC Natural Wool Under- .-,
9Sc Camel's-hair Under-
wear J yC
$1.25 Derby Ribbed Un
$1 Scarlet Wool Under-wear-
Lamb's Wool Under- n
Astrakhan Wool Un
Natural Wool Under-
S. KANN, SONS & CO.,
Mrs. Potts' cold
handle sad irons, 5
pieces, special, 43c.
Three sizes irons
C, 7 and S lbs. each
with stand and de
tachable handle, ev--ry
else asks 75c the en-
tiro set of 5 pieces
Saturday only 43c.
sad Iron handles, 5c. 31ade
oiled hardwood. Ja
panned trimmings, will fit any iron made",
BiwajH iz. j.-2c; special, oc.
A 3-strIng, well-made
worth 15c for 9c.
A good zinc washboard, well made, 13c
Six dozen first quality hardwood selected
clothes Dines for 5c.
A good, strong clothesline for 3c.
Family-size, well-seasoned, painted ce
dar washtubs, 2 hoop, always 55c; special
500 Wash Boilers;
good" quality tin,
with Iron handles;
toms; family size;
made with extra
selected hard rub
ber rollers and
frame of well sea
ured by the
Company and sold all over "Wash
lngton for $1.50. Special
Pure White Wool Un
Natural Wool Under
wear Natural Hair Uuder
derwear $2 Natural Wool Double-breasted
$2 Camel's-hair Dou-
ble-breasted Shirts pl.50
Astrakhan Lamb's Wool Scar
let Double - breasted t
Shirts f 4)1.50
$1.50 Natural Wool Un- q
$1.69 Hygiene Wool
$1.50 Scarlet Wool, Dou
$1.50 Natural Wool Dou- o
ble-breasted Shirts ()OC
$1.50 Astrakhan Wool Under
wear, brown and fawn o
Opinion of 8. T. Thomas, At
torney for the District. "
m CAUSE TO HTEEEERE
The CoiiimlHslonerH Arc Not Con
cern vil in the Controversy Be
tween the United StuteH Electric
LJprlitintr "tl the Potomac Electric
Power ComiumieH Other Ulunlcl
The controversy between the United
States Electric Lighting Company and the
Potomac Electric Power Company over
certain conduits of the Postal Telegraph
Cable Company In Fourteenth Street,
near the Wyatt building, was made the
subject yesterday of a lengthy opinion by
S. T. Thomas, the attorney for the Dis
trict. Some weeks ago the controversy devel
oped, when Capt. A. A. Thomas, president
of the United States Electric Lighting
Company, complained to the District
Commissioners that tho Potomac Com
pany had been utilizing these conduits,
and had connected with the same. Capt.
Thomas maintained that the Potomac of
ficials had no authority to malce any such
"connection, and he claimed further
that if they had, he would be at likely
to use the conduits of the Metropolitan
Railroad Company to run his company's
cable down Four-and-a-half Street. Up
on investigation Capt. Beach, the En
gineer Commissioner of the District,
learned that In one of the vaults under
the sidewalk on the west side of Four
teenth Street, the brick arch had been
broken and two cables brought through
the opening. These were apparently from
the conduit of the Postal Telegraph Cable
Company, and were traced to the room
containing the electric motors of the
"Wyatt building's elevators.
The Commissioners then referred the
matter to Attorney Thomas, who shortly
afterward received a letter from the Po
tomac Electric Power Company, through
James B. Lacey, its secretary, stating
that in November last the service of the
United States Electric Lighting Company
was crippled by reason of a fire at the
company's plant, and that application was
made to the Potomac company by 4he
Postal Telegraph" Cable Company, which
was seriously inconvenienced by the oc
currence, for connection with the former
company's lines. At that time, Mr.
Lacey sitates, the connection could only
be made through the conduits of the Pos
tal company, by Joining the two conduits
at the corner of Fourteenth Street and
New lork Avenue.
The opinion of Attorney Thomas reads
in jiart as follows:
"Since the papers in this case were re
ferred to me I have received a letter from
James B. Lacey, secretary of the Poto
mac Electric Lighting Company, wherein
It Is claimed that that company is a joint
owner of the conduit. The use of thi3
conduit for electric lighting purposes was
the subject of a Senate resolution, from
which It appears that the placing of the
cables of the. Potomac Electric Power
Company therein was with the knowledge
of the Commissioners. There are but two
questions Involved In this matter first,
whether the conduit on Fourteenth Street
is legal, and, second, whether it was
necessary for the Potomac Electric
Power Company to have a permit from
the Commissioners to malce the connec
tion complained of with the motor in the
Regarding the first question, Attorney
Thomas says that a clause in the defi
ciency bill legalized all existing conduits
within the fire limits, whether for tele
graph, telephone, or "electric lighting ser
vice. In disposing of the second question, the
"House connections are authorized, and
this connection is, as I understand it,
simply a house connection, so that the
controversy is reduced to the point that
the Potomac Electric Power Company
made the connection without a permit.
The company should have obtained a per
mit to make the connection in question,
and but for the act of July 8, 1S93. legal
izing these conduits, the Commissioners
could, by proper proceedings, enjoin the
use of it. However, since the passage of
said act a permit would have been grant
ed for a house connection, there would
seem to be no necessity for any action by
WO FUNDS FOB THE FUBPOSE.
It Wnt StiKKcMcil Tlmt All Liquor
Thomas "W. Gilmer, of this city, favors
analyzing malt and spirituous liquors be
fore they are sold to the citizens of the
National Capital, and, with a view to se
curing legislation towards that end, he
recently wrote a letter to the Commis
sioners, asking them to include in their
annual budget of estimates for the main
tenance of the government of the District
during the next fiscal year, an item to
enable them to test the liquors sold by
the dealers of this city.
The letter was referred to the excise
board for an opinion, with the result that
its chairman, J. Harrison Johnson, has
reported that the board has endeavored
in every possible way to ascertain
whether adulterated liquors are being
sold, and that It only ceased Its
efforts in that direction when confronted
with the fact that the excise fund could
not be used for the purpose of having
analyses made by chemists.
MUST FAY THE BENT.
.Tunics G. Anj-lor'w Complaint Ih of
S. T. Thomas, the attorney for the
District, yesterday rendered an opinion in
the matter of the payment of certain wa
ter rent charges for premises belonging
to James G. Naylor, of No. 456 M Street
northwest. It was as follows:
"As I understand the case, Mr. Naylor's
tenant from May to about September,
1S9S, conducted a lunch room in said
premises, and was charged water rent
from July 1, 1S9S, at the rate of $6 per
annum, that being the rate fixed by the
regulations. This being so. the charge
is proper. It is immaterial that the lunch
ONLY S1.25 FOR 24 BOTTLES.
& If you don't feel as strong
5 and well as you should if your
appetite is fickle if sleep is not
ii sound and refreshing,
Beer is the tonic you need.
it It's wonderfully nourishing and
9tS strengthening. Aids digestion.
Sharpens the appetite. Builds
tC op the entire system.
i5T" Let us send you a case of "Culm
baclier." 24 bottles, delivered in unlet
tered wagons, only ?1.25.
WASHINGTON BREWERY CO.,
4th and F Sts. N. E. Phone 2154.
A Slashing Clothing Chance.
We've let! loose the "dogs of war" upon high-priced cloth
ing concer ns rand arc underselling them upon all sides.
Thel Finest Tailor-made Clothing
in America. :
is only what we handle, and our stupendous price-cuttingknocks
competitors sky high.
Match This Matchless Merchandising! t
Our Aggressive Policy Stands by the Wageearner f
Fall Overcoats, -worth $8 and
Jolly good thing to bo ablo to
get into one- of these finely made
overcoats just now at this phenom
enally low price. These garments
are elegantly made,
naving all the excel
lencies of those cost
ing $10. We'll sell
Overcoats, worth $20, at $7.85.
Never in the history of the cloth
ing business were such startling
values ofTered. Handsome covert,
molton and cheviot
overcoats satin lin
ings and twilled silk
sleeves: a bargain of
of undisputed worth..
Men's Good Cassimere Suits, $2.87.
3Not tho price of making a coat.
These are marvelous times for
but this suit stands
all clothing values
Men's Cheviot Suits, $4.87.
These fine suits come in black
and blue cheviots whose wearing
qualities la very well known. They
are made un and
trimmed in first class
style, and cannot be
cannot u t ft
anywhere HkI 3
m $S or $9... pT"eVJ
at less tha
Men's strong Working
Pants worth $1.50 at
Men's worsted trousers in fine
quality iaoric such
as you'd pay. ordl- '
narlly $2.75 for ..-. P
$5 Young Hen's Suit s, 53.37.
Cannot be beaten at
double the price we ask .
Regular -i.Off Silk Vests
200 Sample Hats foi men,
most recentshades including
! H. FRIEDLANDER & B
CASH CLOTHING HOUSE,
Corner Ninth and E Streets.
All Washington amazed
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, ALL DAY.
One pair of $3 Custoraniade Shoes, $3,00
One pair of Imported German h Hose, .00
Full regular made, colors fast dye, all new d A A
up-to-date stripes and plaids, ) fft7 I f I P
ii a shoe 'Q1 f" r
business has been discontinued or that
water at the above rate is not desired.
Water rents are due and payable in ad
vance on July 1 of each yearp. Mr. Nay
lor's complaint Is not well founded, and
his application should be refused."
Sixteen writs of lunacy were recorded
at the District Building yesterday.
Private C. P. Posey, of the metropoli
tan police, was yesterday retired with a
pension of ?50 per month". E. E. Johnson
has been appointed to fill the vacancy
caused by the retirement of Posey.
Rufus H. Thayer was yesterday ap
pointed a member of the board of trus
tees of the free public library to serve
for the unexpired term of Mr. "Weston
Flint, who resigned several days ago to
accept the position of librarian of the
institution. The term of Mr. Thayer will
not expire until June 20, 1KH.
The resignation of Dr. J. D. Bradfield
as physician to the poor was accepted
Dcntlm of n, Dny.
The following deaths were recorded at
the health office during the twenty-four
hours ending at noon' yesterday: Zachar
iah Downing, 65 yeajjs; Peter Mario w, u2
years: Sarah Johnson, 52 years; Thomas
Edgar Berry, 29 years; Austin Brown, 9
years; Bessie Fry, 4 years; George Fer
rell, 7 months; Annie Tyler Russell, 3
months; Ulrick Marceau, 2 months; Mary
Louise "Winter, lc month; McCoy (In
fant, 2 days.
SMALL FINES IMPOSED.
The Case o Jrfcob Splcldt AKninst
The trial of Wilbur W. Marmaduke
and Milton M. Marmaduke, ticket brok
ers, charged wltlr, assaulting Jacob
Spleidt, also a ticket broker, in front
of the former's place of business, under
tho National Hotel, on the afternoon of
September 1, occurred in Police Court
The jury was out fifteen minutes and
returned a verdict of guilty. In disposing
of the case Judge Scott" said that there
were many things in favor of the de
fendants, and, therefore, he imposed' the
lowest possible fine, $15 each.
While the jury was considering the
case against the Marmadukes the clerk
presented a charge of disorderly conduct
against Spleidt, preferred by the Mar
madukes. Judge Scott heard the same
witnesses that had testified in the pre
ceding case and the defendant was dis
missed. C.njOy Nat. Cap. Brewing Co.'s "Diamond"
or "Jlunchncr" Beer. Purest, oldest, bet. Two
dozen bottles, 1.25. Write or phone 222.
$12 Fancy Cheviot Suits, $8.59.
These are the nobbiest suits of
the season, and appeal strongly to
the tastes of good dressers. They
come in iuite a variety of patterns,
the new checks predominating. We
love to give some
thing jmusually good
this is one of our
pleasant surprises ....
$15 Prince Albert Suits, $8.50.
Made up in handsome clay diago
nalsuch as would ordinarily cost
$15. The tailoring
upon this suit 1
simply superb not
to be excelled in
make-up or trim
mings at $15
$22.50 Prince Albert Suits, $12.50.
This elegant Imported clay di
agonal suit equals any merchant
tailor's handiwork at $25. Superbly
trimmed perfect in fit, elegant In
style. Some peo- ' ""
pie will get a
grade bargain in
"Cockney" Plaid Suits, $6.25.
These are the Plaid Suits so
much in vogue just now nobby
and stylish made
and trimmed prop
erlyand as for fit,
they're sfmply per
Children's Suits, 78c
This offer ought to
interest parents. Great
chance to get an extra
school suit at this
ges 4 to
The Gilbert Suit for Boys with
double knees and seat ages 4 to
16 years. They'll
stand plenty of hard
usage from your boy
and they're strict
ly all wool
Children's Cassimere Knee
quality Knee Pants To- OQn
in all the fall blocks and
black worth. $2 and $2.50
$44 $ 4
at our Saturc
at our Saturday's offer.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Call at 70S nth St. N. W. and in
vestigate how to obtain
a ton of
Any size (2,240' lbs.) for only
This is worth looking up. Come
and see me.
WM. J. ZEH,
708 11th St. N. W.
"THEY STAND THE TEST."
FOURTEENTH AND H STS.
D I I M AWAY horse almost impo3i
nUll ble if you use SNELL'S
SAFETY AUTOMATIC HlTCHINC
WEIGHTS. Call and see them. Prices, 51.50
and $2. JOHN B. ESPEY. 1010 Pa. ave.
THE WORK LACKED SUPPORT.
The Bureau to Aid District Volun
teer "Will Close Today.
The employment bureau which was es
tablished in the Atlantic Building by the
employment committee, of which Mr. Si
mon Wolf is chairman, for the purpose
of securing positions for those members
of the District regiment who are seeking
work, will cUise today.
During the brief period of its existence
the managers of the bureau worked
faithfully and Incessantly, but It seems
that merchants who promised to extend
a helping hand have found it impossible
to do so, and the committee has therefore
decided that the best thing that could be
done was to close the bureau, as It is Im
possible to secure any more positions for
After today all unemployed District vol
unteers will be referred by the employ
ment committee to ,the temporary home,
at No. 913 Ninth Street northwest.
Cash or Credit "The Great
Building Up Our
We have been carefullv
clothing business and shaping our Clothing Department so
that you shall look upon it as the one place in town
where you can jret what you want without having: en
ergetic salesmen tryln j? to sell yon what you don't want;
where you knoir lie lorehand what you will pay, anil
know Jnst what you can set for the amount of money
where you know that a perfet lit Is an aisuretl fact;
.-where yoiL know that the finality of the xouds Is en
tirely dependable and the workmanship all that can lie
where yon know th at yon are safe to II nd nothing lint
the -correct styles of tho season;
where you know th txt the prices are the lowest that
can lie mode on each particular class of kooiIm;
where yon can alw ays Ret credit.
Living up to these rules, as we shall do, we feel confi
dent of meritiug your esteem and encouragement. We have
-laid in an exceptionally fine stock, and are prepared to fill
your clothing wants to your absolute satisfaction and to the
benefit of your pocket-book.
Our line of
Men's Suits at $5.50.
Before you buy a suit compare
it with our prices and qualities.
That Is all we ask. These suits
are blue and black, twill Cheviot.
They arc well made suits and the
wear they give will surprise you.
Our line of
Men's Suits at $7.50.
A very good assortment of Clay
Worsted Suits. The linings and
trimmings and all the little details
are most carefully looked after.
Remember we guarantee a lit.
Our line of
Men's Suits at $8.50.
In this line are stylish fancy
Casslmeres of undoubted quality.
You can tell at a glance that they
are not a cheap quality although
the price is so low.
Our line of
Men's Suits at $10.00.
Fine fancy Worsted Dress Suits,
made as they should be. Suits that
the most particular men cannot
find an objection to. You cannot
compare them with anything but
the best custom made.
Our line of
Coats at $8.75.
Fine Covert Cloth Fall weight
Coats, the style and make are un
surpassed. We know that this line
will please you more than a little.
Our line of
Men's Trousers at $1.08.
An almost endless variety of the
newest patterns in stylish fancy
worsteds. They are cut right and
hang as if made to your measure.
TldVCB i rCIUI. w-4ii aevenui ai. a
Suits that Suit.
IB B H H
ill a nnii&&
MM la IIIIIbII
said Mr. Horn, if we
patrons in the past few days.
Suit to $ II
POSITIVELY OVERWHELMED US.
Three cases of new woolens have just been opened and
we have decided to give everybody a chance. Today,
Monday, and Tuesday we shall continue to make up this suit to
your measure at $10. Materials are handsomer than ever
Tweeds Cheviots Plaids Checks plain and mixed goods.
Made on the premises, in HORN'S inimitable style perfect fit
guaranteed a suit that can't be duplicated anywhere at less
than $15.00. -
H-x-M'i'i'H ::! m !!::: 1 n n-
Etrictly high grade
only a lew left at..
J. PERRY ROYSTON.
Agent. COO F st. nw.
Cfcleheater's EnsUih Diamond Brand.
" Orldaal and Onlr Genuine.
vumd Brtnd in Rd aal Geld celilllcl
unzvn tor uiiMt:r Kncus.1 uia-i
(boxes, tttlol with fcloo ribbon. Tale
Ino other. Jtfuse danaemu ruliZitu
' Ihm3 and imitatUmt. At Dmz-ijli. orapr.Jii..
Is tUmpi tor p&rtkalut, tMtlmosUli u&
" luuei lor UdJet," in utter. j rctsra
HnlL IO.OOO TntimonUU. KaatPajn:
Ich eter Chemical CcKndlmn Annu.
Bold bj ill LocxI DruUU. PIIILADJlL JfA.
U1UE Yflll S018 Throat, Punplc. Copptr
llAlL lUU Colored Spots. Ache, Old
Bores, Ulcers la Mouth, IUix
Smiling! Write COOK REMEDY CO.. 1C51 Ma
tonic Temple, Chicago, III., for prooli ot cure.
Cpital. $500,000. Worst- caua cured is 15 to U
itfi. 10O-p8e book & buj8-It
Cash or Credit X
Clothing Business, f
studvine out the situation in th
Our line of
.Men's Hats at $1.25.
All the latest of this season's
shapes in fine hats. You certainly
will not find equal qualities at this
price anywhere else.
Our line of
Hoys' Suits at $2.75.
Mothers know how hard on cloth
ing growing boys are. These suits
are made with that idea In view.
They are all wool, and will give
A RICH ASSORTMrNT OF
Our Ladles' Department Is on a
level with our men's, fitted with
the choicest of this season's
goods. It invites you to dress,
well at little cost. Our Cloak and
Wrap Department Is well-stocked
with wear for Ladies, Misses and
Children, and awaits your pleasure.
Our line of
Ladies' Suits at $0.50.
Fine Tailor-made Goods In the
most stylish cloths. Plain colors
and mixtures. The Jackets are new
style, and lined throughout with
silk. The Skirts full width, lined
and bound with velvet. You can
not match them at this price.
Our line of
Ladies' Seal Plush Capes.
The prices start at $3.50. and a
jrettier assortment was never
placed before you. We can safely
recommend the qualities and know
that our prices cannot be approach-.
Our line of
Ladies' Skirts at $1.48.
A line we are proud of. Fine,
figured brilliantlnes. made well;
hang perfectly lined and bound.
This is a champion value.
have disappointed some of our
Our orders for that
! 1 I
Law and Claims Company
JOHN G. SLATER, President.
Offices No. 5 and 6. Gantaa Bldj., 472 Is. Ai. N.W
Will Perfect Real Estate Titles;
Advance money on same while in suspense;
Buy same before or alter title is perfected;
Will purchase, for cash. undivided interest
in Real Estate and Equities of all kinds.
Will trade Real Estate for stocks or taia
stocks In exchange for Real Estate;
Will pay (by special arrangement) your
taxes at a large dfceount;
Will go on your bondr in both criminal and
DAMAGE cases brought on CONTTXGEST FEE.
We will employ attorncjs. We will advance
money 'to you to tide over the- time of your
sickness. Our phjsiciaa will attend yau and
look to us f-r hii pay. Your case thor
oughly investigated. You SEED SO MOS
EY. CONSULT US.
DIVORCES obtained at reasonable rates.- QUICK
WORK. Thirty to 00 dajs.
Bankruptcy proceedings a specialty.