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THE WASHINGTON" TIMES, TOaEKTESDAT, APEU4, 1894.
dence 1 Have
you noticed that
. since we spolce
of doing it that
nearly all the
had something to
say about refund
Some of them do,
and the way
some of them do
it reminds us of
the man who said he would
rather not have his back at all
than have it "thrown in his
teeth." We hand it back
cheerfully if you are not satis
fied with what we sell you!
Compare our $10 Suits, and
$15 Overcoats with those
offered elsewhere for $2.50
more. Just the same, eh?
Parker, Bridget $ Go,,
315 Seventh St. N. W.
"MAN WANTS BUT
LITTLE HERE BELOW,"
But he must have a light-weight pair of shoes
f or spring wear. Oar prices should induce him
to buy here, viz:
12.95 for a good $5 Russian Calf.
13.50 for a good 85 Calf Shoo.
$3.75 for a good $0 1 atent Calf Shoe.
Jl.75 for a good S3.D0 Calf Congress.
The Warren Shoe House,
GEO. W. RICH,
919 F STREET.
gives you the use of all the
BABY CARRIAGES, RE
FRIGERATORS, etc., you
need while you are taking
3'our time to pay for them.
"Equitable Credit System"
expects possibilities only
small weekly or monthly
payments satisfy us and ac
commodate you. Any re
sponsible person can get
House & Herrmann,
917, 919, 921, 923, SEVENTH STREET,
AND 635 MASS. AVENUE.
WHY PAY RENT?
When you can own your own
home. Send a postal to Jno.
J. W. Reynolds, secretary and
Guarantee Savings, Loan
and Investment Co.,
cor. 9th and F Sts., and he will
explain how you can be your
! Not the Fault
if Of the Gas
but of the gaa burner that the light
is poor. It doesn't burn the pas per
fectly It allows some of it to escape.
f The Welsbach Gas Burner
y plves a pure white and brilliant
A light It doesn't increase the flow it
y really burns less pas. Drop In andlet
us show you bow it works. 52.25 up.
ft Gas Appliance Exchange,
t 1428 N. Y.Ave.
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Will be a SPECIAL BARGAIN DAY on Pianos at
our store. "We have found some grand bargains
In new Upright Pianos (not the celebrated Kim
ball pianos), and propose to give to the public a
chance to secure new pianos next Tuesday at
manufacturers wholesale prices.
Our prices on Tuesday next for these new, ele
gant Upright Pianos will be only JU9 and $159
each. Part time given if desired. These pianos
will be on exhibit at our store all day Monday,
but no saled will be mado from this lot until
Tuesday, and will continue that day only.
W. W. KIMBALL CO.,
MKTZEROTT BUILDING, COR. 12TII AND F
HE KNOWS HOW TO BLEND THEM.
Ted Fisher, an old Craftsman, Is now blending
drinks for us. Now, boys, call and see him. He
will prepare a drink for you "fit for the gods"
and a lunch "St for a king'
COt to 610 G street northwest
Our Prescription Department may
be said to be thoroughly Up to Date.
We handle only those Chemicals and
Drugs that are of the Highest Stand
ard of Purity and Excellence. . .
Physicians nnd families Fending
proscriptions to us may be confident
that they will bo carefully and skill
F. P. WELLER, DRUGGIST,
CORNER EIGHTH AND I STREETS a E.
TrrniTEHAND'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
604 D Street Northwest
Gold, Silver, and Nickel Plaiting. Soft Metal
Repairing. Brass and Metal Signs a Specialty
Here, a Mechanic Treat
At Max Oppenhelmer, 1031 Seventh street
northwest Ice-cold bottle beer only 5 cents; also
choicest wines, liquors, and cigars constantly on
hand. This Is where you can get your money's
worth, and you will not be disappointed. Re
member, Ice-cold bottle beer.
YETS MADE A HARD FIGHT
Yesterday's Game Was a Battle from
Start to Finish.
M'MAHOX'S LOST OPPORTUNITY
With Two Men on Bases Hew York HcKahon
Ignobly Struck Out, Missing a Chance to
Win tho Game Kids Carried Off the Hon
ors by tho Smallest of Margins.
Despite the fact that Jim MeQuIre stole
two bases, thereby smashing all previous
records, the Vets just lallod to defeat the Kids
yesterday afternoon. The finish was decid
edly exciting, as tho Yets had two men on
bases, two runs In, two hands out, and but
one run to tie. McMahon, the New York im
portation, was at the bat, and great things
were expected of him, but he proved unequal
to tho occasion, ignobly strlklnc out. It was
a sad blow to tho Vets, and even Al Maul for
got his usual smilo, while Joe Slulvey's side
whiskers Uuttored in the breeze. Visions of
another opportunity to crow over those pesky
youngsters wero dissipated by the threo holes
made in the atmosphere by New York Mo
Even Charley Snyder had a lender spot In
tho innermost corner of his heart for tho old
timers, as he was very lenient with them, and
the Kids on several occasions mado indignant
protests that they were getting the worst of it.
But the colts wantod everything and tho um
pire did not propose they should, much to
About the most interesting feature of the
day's combat was tho rivalry between the
coachcrs. For tho Kids Ward and Joyce held
forth in their customary gallus manner, but
the Vets sprung a surprise party on the un
suspecting publio in JIcGuIro and Sullivan.
Last season Jim and Joe wero so quiet on tho
field that no one imagined for n moment they
could coach, but yesterday demonstrated they
could hold their own with tho best of 'cm.
Tucker, "Foghorn" Miller, and others of like
renown would suffer in comparison, and tho
transformation worked in Jim and Joe must
either bo credited to Manager Schmelz or to
the association with the lively Kids.
When McGuire stole his first base tho
spectators and players looked on in mild sur
prise, but when Jim galloped down a second
time all the world wondered, and it was no
surprise that Dugdale so loudly gnashed hi3
teeth. Tho clicking of the ivories could bo
heard even in the grand stand. As a matter
of fact the game was the best so far played,
as the score was close, and both sides played
hard to win. Stocksdalo pitched five innings
for the Vets, and when ho retired the score
was a tie. Maul relieved him, and his slow
curves were rather badlv treated, giving tho
.colts throe runs in tho seventh Inning, which
turnou out to be just enougu to win.
Black, the elongated left-handed twlrler,
was tho twirler for tho youngsters and ho
pitched good ball. His support was off-colored
at times, but he kept his nerve in all but
tho fifth inning when he became badly rattled.
It wa3 right at this point tho Vets might have
won the game if Abbey had only waited in
stead of trying to hit balls over his head, with
tho result he struck out leaving tho bases full.
Both the McMahons wero off In their fielding,
but tho little short stoocot in a neat single
which scored two men. Ward had his eye on
tho ball, making four hits out of live tlme3 at
the bat. Ward failed to reach the plato and
was left four times on bases.
Billy Jovce and Hassamaer were unfortu
nate in their efforts with the stick, neither
getting a hit George Tebcau's record was a
strike-out, one hit, nnd two bases on balls.
His gamo leg resulted in his fielding being
poor. Joe Mnlvoy cracked out a couple of
corking hits which" wero timely and run-getters.
The attendance was small, but tho
gamo was interesting. Tho score:
VETS. B. 1L T.O. JU E.
Radford, rf 10 0 11
Abbey, cf 12 10 1
McMahon, lb 1 1 6 1 0
Wise,2b. 0 0 2 4 1
McGuire, c 1 0 6 S 1
Sullivan, ss 8 0 2 10
Mulvey.3D 2 2 3 0 1
Wood, If 1 2 10 0
Stockdale, p 0 0 0 2 0
Haul, p 0 10 10
Total 8 8 21 11 7
KIDS. R. H. T.O. Ju E.
Ward.2b 0 4 13 0
Joyce, 3b 10 102
Cartwrigbt, lb. 118 10
Hassamaer, rf 1 0 2 0 1
Selbach, If 2 2 110
Tebeau, cf 2 110 2
Dugdale, c, 1 0 4 10
McMahon, ss : 1 2 3 13
Black, p 0 0 0 4 1
Total 9 10 21 11 9
Vets. t 11004028
Earned runs Vets, 1; Kids, 1. Three-baso hit
Mulvcy. Double plays Sullivan, Wise, and
McMahon; Selbach and.Iyco First base oa
balls-By Stocksdale. 7; by Black, 6; by Maul, a
Ilit by pitcher By Black, 3. First base on errors
Vets, 5; Kids, 2. Lett on bases Vets, 10; Kids,
8. Struck out By Stocksdale, 2; by Black, 3.
Passed balls McGuire, 1. Wild pitches Maul,
2; Black, 1. Stolen bases 'McMahon, Mctiulro,
2; Ward, 3; Joyce, Selbach, 2; Tebeau, and Dug
dole. Time ol game 2 hours, Umpire-iMi.
Hopkins Boys Outplayed.
Balttmoue, April 3. The Johns Hopkins
University baseball team was defeated in a
seven-inning game at Clifton park to-day by
tho team from tho University of Vermont by
a score of 13 to G. Score:
University of Vt.
19 2 0 0 1 0-13
Bases on balls By Cooke, 6: by Pond, 3; by
MoCormlck, 2. Struck out By Pond, 4; by Dag
gett, 3; by McConnick, 3. Tasscd balls Glbcon,
1; Klnsella, 1. Umpire Orifflss.
Harvard Easily Beat Andovcr.
Cajiebidoe, Mass., April 3. Harvard and
Andover played on Holmes' field this after
noon. Harvard team showed up well both in
the field and at tho bat
Harvard 300015010 10
Andover 0 0010 1001 3
Comlskcy's Tcura Defeated.
Ciscissati, April 3. Baseball: Cincin
nati, 2; Toredo, 4.
Another Blow for Poor Phillips.
Grand RAriDs, Mich., April 3. Papers filed
in court hero in the name of Anna G. Phil
lips, asks for a decree of divorce from Horace
B. Phillips, on the ground of non-support.
Tho defendant is the ex-manager of tho Pitts
burgh National League. Baseball Club and
who, for the past two years, has been in a
private asylum near Philadelphia suffering
irom paresis. Airs, runups has been, living
with her father.
Results at Roby Track.
Ronr. Ind., April a First rnce Half a mile.
Rialto won; Tamerlane second, and Katy Darl
ing third. Time, 1110.
Second race Three furlongs. J. J. Douglas
won; Little Jorry second, and Katrina third.
Third race Nine-sixteenths of a mile. Cora
A. won; Oloster second, and Extra third. Time,
Fourth race -Half a mile. Jennie June won;
Tylarm second, and Northwestern third. Timo,
Fifth race Three-quarters of a mile. Tarquln
won; Dr. Crosby second, and Prottiwil third.
Good Sport at Little Rock.
Little Bock, Ark., April 3. About 2,000
people saw the racing to-day. The weather
was threatening, but as no rain fell until just
before tho last race, tho track, was good and
the sport interesting. Results:
First race Seven furlongs. Bollinger won;
Oh No second, and Viola Belle third. Time, 131M-
Second race Six furlonga Zeoulika won;
Billy McKenzle second, and Baylcss third. Timo,
Third raco Selling; ono mile. Powhattan won;
Bedford second, and Wauhatchle third. Time,
Fourth race Four furlongs. Jack Frey won;
Alva second, and Black Silk third. Time, -MH.
Fifth rhce Handicap: one mile. Chinese won;
Enthusiast Becond, and Marie Lovell third. Time,
Winners nt New Orleans.
New Orleans, April 3.' Results: First race
purse $250; flve-eighths of a mile. Cerro Gordo,
80 to 1, won; Looking Backward second, and
Herman third. Time, L-OtJi.
Second race purse 50; Selling; threeforths
of a mile. Spellbound, 8 to 1, won; Lank second,
and Merryeyes third. Time. 1:19.
Third race purse (250; Selling; five and one-
half furlongs. Susie Nell 5 to 2, von; Bljur second
and Miss Nannie third. Time, 1: 10M.
Fourth race Purse $500: handicap; seven
eighths of a mile. Waterson, 6 to 1, won: Bryan
second, and Beatl&cs third. Time, 1:31)4.
Fifth race Puree $250: handlcnp; 3-yeors-oId:
three-quarters of a mile. Farquette, 12 tol,
won; Metropole second, and Queen Bird third.
Sixth race Purse 250; soiling: flve-oighths of
a mile. Palmetto, 3 tol, won; Eau Claire sec
ond, and Tom Daly third. Time, 1:0
GUIDEO'S SUSPICIOUS RACE.
Madison Jndgcs to Investigate tho Run
ning of a Parse Winner.
St. Locis, April 3. At Madison to-day the
weather was clear and pleasant, the trnok and
tho attendance largo. The running of Guideo
in the last event will bo investigated by the
judges, and tholr decision will given to-morrow.
First race Fire and one-half furlongs.
Edmund Connelly won; Joe L, second, and Vocal
ist third. Time, 1:15.
Second race Selling; five furlongs. Governor
Brown won; C. M. 8., second, and Postboy third.
Third race Flvo and one-half furlong. San
Bias won; Scotland second, and Tom Thumb
third. Time, 1:19,
Fourth race Six furlongs. Joe Courtney won,
J. B. Freed second, and ale Ceiver third. Time;
Fifth race Selling; Ave furlongs. Sligo won;
Disturbance second, and Censor third. Time,
Sixth race Six and one-half furlongs. Guideo
won; Billy Sunderland second, and Safe Home
third. Time, ISM.
Fatties for to-morrow:
First race Five furlonga Nellie B and the
Major, 95 each; Dockwick, Dan Kurtz, Granuy
White, Jester, and Hayinere, 100 each; Kuoheu
it, unma A, ana LAngtry, lus each.
Second raco Six furlongs Tessio D., 90;
Ianthe, 95, Jaclc Murray, 99; Malga and Funic,
101 each; Emmet, 101; Llvingstcn, Grey Duke,
Brookwood, and Morgan D., 109 each.
Third race Threo furlongs. Billy Travis. 93:
Jim Keeno, 98: Nellie K., Julius, nnd Maggie
Harry, luo each; olcanlc. Miss Inslan, Allen
Louise, Levlna, and Magazine, 105 each
Fourth raco Five furlongs. Facln and Estello
F., 95 each; Pat Tucker.lOO; Wrestler, 102; Alarm
Ben, 103; Captain Wagner, 101; Anna Elizabeth
and Oakvlow, 100 each; Knickerbocker, 109; Elm
Fifth raco Five furlongi. Kentucky Lady
and Pretender, 95 each; Ccrebus, Venture, and
Too High, 102 each; I'earlong, Pebble Rock, Mad
den, C B. Willlngham, ami longbridge, 110 each.
Sixth race Six furlongs. Pauline, Pirate
Chief, and Starling. 95 each; Dora, 100; Bella of
Fcrmoy, 101; Deceit and I. a W 101 each; No
Itcmarks and Odrey, 109 each; Miss Kitty, 112.
SPARRING AND WRESTLING.
Exhibition of the Canterbury Athletic
Club Was a Ills Success.
Quite a largo crowd attended tho entertain
ment of tho Canterbury Athletic Club last
evening, and the sport was very good. Among
tho bouts which created more than ordinary
Interest was that between Steward, unat
tached, and Loltus, Canterbury, at 129
pounds. Tho latter came out victor in four
rounds amid the npplauso of the spectators.
In the ICO pound class Peterson, Canterbury,
won from Goldwen, Canterbury. Cliff, 125,
and Dougherty, 112, had a lively four-round
go, the first named getting the decision.
In the wrestling contest for the champion
ship of tho District between Lusky, Canter
bury, and Derome, unattached, the latter gave
up, claiming Lusky was too heavy for him.
The Hamilton brothers, youngsters, gavo an
enjoyable exhibition of sparring.
A Troop of Chnrleyhorscs.
Hon. Bebe Anson, of Chicago and the world,
declares, according to the Now York Sun,
with exultation in his latest bulletin from
tho field and klckquartcrs that ho ha3 "seven
good pitchers already, nnd may sign two or
three more if necessary." We hopo ho will
sign two more at least. A completo nlno
should consist of elghty-ono men and a troop
Tho Meteor Will Race.
Losdos, April 3. Emperor William Intends
to sail his yacht Meteor (formerly the Thistle)
in the race for tho Queen's cup during tho
coming racing season at Cowes. The Meteor
won tie Queen's cup last year at Cowes.
Georgetown College nnd University of Ver
mont are scheduled at Capital Park to-day.
The Episcopal high school nine of Alexandria
yesterday defeated V. M. C.A. of thlsclty.ll to 9
Pitcher Gleason will remain with St. Louis
another season ns Von der Aha refuses to ne
gotiate for his release.
The Linthlcum students will give an enter
tainment on Saturday evening next at the Co
lumbia Athletic Club.
This evening the Potomac Boat Club's annual
election of officers will take place and interest
ing contests for soveral of the offices are ex
pected. Dan O'Loary has fallen behind In tho pedes
trian contest, while Hongland and Graham havo
dropped out Glick has secured a good lead in
Charley Farrcll still refuses to sign with New
York at the offered contract figures.
Hassamaer's appearance is a mixture between
Pete Browning and Perry Werden.
John Hogan, the oyster dealer, is ono of tho
most faithful attendants of the games.
Catcher McMnhon has not yet gotten down to
form, but may be depended on to hold up his
Vets and Kids will play again this afternoon.
Selbach has becomo a great favorite with the
George Tebeau is not taking any chances with
his weik leg, and wishes very properly to give it
time to thoroughly mend.
Manager Schmelz Is a disciplinarian, and yes-
terday ordered Petty off the player's bench
while the latter was smoking a cigar during the
Paul Radford has not lostnnyof his cunning
in working a bne on balls, and twice yesterday
reached tho Initial bag in this manner.
IK HIGHER COURTS.
Cotnrr OP ArrEALS Present, Chief Justice
Alvcy, Shepard.andE. T. Bingham. Chief Jus
tice Supremo Court of the District of Columbia
Admission R. R. Perry nnd Leonard W. Colby.
Glenn vs. Sothoron et al; nrguments by J. J.
Waters for defendant, and W. V. R. Berry nnd
1L W. Garnett for complainants. Nelson et aL
vs. Worthlngton et aL; argument by J. J. Waters
for appellants; submitted on briefs by J. J.
Darlington for appellants. Washington Critic
Company vs. Welghtman, agent; commenced
by E 1L Thomas for appellant
Assignments to-day on hearing Nos. 86, 1S9,
243,215,202, and 2S8.
Circuit, No. 1, Justice Bradley. Court
ordered sixteen names to be drawn for Mcnday
morning next M. V. rollard vs. W. C P. Breck
inridge. Circuit, No. 2, Justice Cox James Allman vs.
District of Columbia; Levi Jones vs. District of
Columbia; Estbor A. Keyser vs. District of Co
lumbia; John W. Schacfer vs. District of Colum
bia. On motions of Mr. BIrner assessments
EQum,No. 1, Judge Cox. No assignment Hot
Water Heating Company vs. ltincs; order that
causes be consolidated. Hot-Water Heating
Company vs. Rlncs. decree adjusting rights of
parties. Ashburn vs. Dunn; order of March30
rescinded, with leave to nie petition, crown vs.
Caton; Edwin.Forrest and Mr. D. Broward, trus
tees, to sell. Savony vs. Williams, pro confesso
vs. defendant, Thomas IL Williams. Granted.
Eqcitv, No. 2. No assignment In re Edward
E. Whcatlcy, alleged lunatic; writ of lunallco
inquirendo ordered to issue. Katrena Leon
bcrgei, alleged lunatic; writ do lunatico In
quirendo ordered to issue Wm. J. Harcam,
alleged lunatic; writ of lunatico inquirendo
ordorodto Issue. Margeret Cross,nllegcd lunatic:
writ do lunatico inquirendo ordered to
issue. Harriet Smith, alleged lunatic; writ do
lunatico Inquirendo ordered to issue Plager vs.
Heiskell,ct al,restraining order returnable April
10, 1894. Bernhardt vs. Bernhardt, testimony
before Snmual C Mills oxer ordered taken.
Death of Chas. M. Matthews, esq., suggested
by Geo. E. Hamilton, esq., and court adjourned
out of respect Assignment Nos. 33,39, 40, 41, 43,
43, 44,45,40 and 47.
Building and Repair Permits.
Inspector Entwistlo yesterday issued the
following building and repair permits:
Roderick & Haines, to erect throe two-story
brick dwellings at 103, 105, and 107 Fifth street
northeast, to cost $12,000; A. K. Taylor, to erect
one twotory brick, at 80S Ninth street north
cast, to cost $3,600; Charles II. Devers, to erect
two two-story frames, at Brightwood park, to
costSTOO; WiUls Pinner, to repair shed rear 223
H street southwest to cost $10; Theo Plltt,
to repair stable rear 823 I street northwest,
to cost $50; John Washington, to build shed at
Burvllle, county, to cost $J5; J. Lannum, to re
build front waU at 1003 Third street southeast, to
cost $225; Susie McDermott, to repair house cor
ner Twenty-fifth and F streets northwest, to cost
$100; Catherine Wallace, to repair house 2513 1
street northwest, to cost $13.
Very Costly Suits
Now pending in the District of Columbia courts,
simply because you have failed to call and see
our select Une of domestic and Imported anlt
Ings. The cheapest and, best workmanship in
ioe aiy. omu iu uruer, 911.au ana upwaraa
Trousers to order. $3 and upwards. Uniforms a
specialty. J. J. Bllck Bra, merchant tailors,
room 6, Warder building, corner Ninth and F
streets, Washington, D. C.
FIFTEEN MILLION PEOPLE
That Army of Americans Will Be Af
fected by the Tariff Bill.
ALLISON REPLIES TO V00RHEES
He Beclares the Present Measure Proposes a
Change from Constitutional Duties on Im
ports to an Internal Bevenue System.
Partisan Beport of the Bill.
Tho galleries were not nearly as crowded
yesterday when Senator Allison rose to make
the Republican reply to the tariff bill, as on
the day previous when Senator Yoorhcos de
clared the Democratic attitude. The Republi
can side was well filled, but many Democrats
were absent from their places.
Tho Iowa Senator began by calling attention
to the fact that tho President did not regard
the proposed changes in revenue laws of
supreme Importance, as he had not called a
special session for that purpose. But although
the special session was not culled for' that
purpose, tho Speaker had appointed the Ways
and Means Committee bo as to enablb them to
get to work nt onco on tariff-revision. Ho
then reviewed the course of the bill in Senato
On tho 2d of February, 1834, the bill was
referred to the Committee on Finance. It
was not reported to the Senato until seven
weeks afterward. "And when I say," ex
claimed Senator Allison. " that this bill was
never read in the Commlttoo on Flnanco, or
considered lino by lino nnd paragraph by para
graph, I state what Is known to every Sena
tor." "So that it Is worth while," ho continued,
sarcastically, "for us to consider what sanc
tion is to bo given to the report of a commit
tee thus brought Into tho chamber, being
practically the conclusions of only tnreo men."
It was made plain by the proceedings in this
chamber, he remarked, that as regards two
features of the bill involving n revenue of
0,000,000, it came to the Senato as a minor
ity and not us a majority report.
Only five out of eleven members of tho com
mittee gavo their support to that feature.
'I may say," went ou Mr-Allison, "that I
am embarassed in the examination of this bill
by the fact that wo have not yet been supplied
with tho necessary statements and prints of
the bill which would enable us to consider it
as a great bill of this character ought to be
Referring to tho estimate of expenditures
for the government, on which the pending
bill is based, he had no doubt, ho said, that
this amount would fall far short of what will
be the actual expenditures of the government
for the next year. It was notorious that
there was within the past year a deficit of
655,000,000 (tho reason for which bo did not
then propose to diseussl. and that deficit
would undoubtedly bo Increased to 570,000,
000 next year. Therefore, In the position In
which we were placed at tho present moment
it was necessary in some way to raise that
revenue for next year.
"now is tnat to bo done?" he inquired, "if
n change Is made? Tho bill proposes to raise
the revenue in a way entirely different from
the one now provided for In our laws.
It requires the raising of $30,000,000 from
Incomes, and a further revenue of .f -11,000.000
from a sugar tax or sugar duty, sugar being
now practically on the free list. This substi
tutes for taxes a now system of internal rev
enue. This, I maintain, is n departure from
the practices of this government from Its be
ginning down to tho present moment"
He remarked humorously that alter listen
ing to the speech of Senator Voo'rhees yester
day he could not help wondering what Mr.
Jefferson would think of tho eulogy delivered
on his life and character, and that tho Jeffer
soninn party was endeavoring to rnUuthe
larger part of its revenue by a resort to in
ternal taxation in a time of peace. -
Ho pointed out the progress made between
18f0, when tho amount of capital invested in
industries increased from a little over
$ 3,000.000,000 to over 69,500,000,000, nnd he
undertook to say that the prosperity of those
years was without a parallel in our history.
Under this protective system there had been
not only a great increase of wealth, but tho
wealth was so diffused that It could not be
said that there were accretions of wealth in
a few localities, and that these accretions
were robberies perpetuated by the Republican
The Senator from Iowa, he remarked,
seemed to think that the Senate was going
too slowly In tho consideration of the bill.
He did not know until recently that the com
mittee had been struggling with tho difficult
problem for seven long weeks, and had been
constantly harrossed by oppressive monopo
lists. "I want to say," he remarked caustically,
"that tho Republican members of the com
mittee have had no such trouble with tho
There was not an industry in the country
which would not be injured by the bill, while
many of them would be strangled to death.
ltcfeiring again to tho fact that tho value of
the capital invested in luxuries in 1890 was
over 69.500,000.000, he said:
"And oro we to bo whistled down the wind
with the assertion that this bill nfiects onlv
a few thousand people, when wo are con
fronted with a reduction in tho value of
69.000,000,000 In a single yrar?"
Tt Trrna Hmntpil Hint tlitire vnm J "jn nff
people engaged in tho Indus-tries affected bv
the tariff i.COO.OOO of men, women, nnd chil
dren nnd on the basU of one person repre
senting the support of threo persons there
were' 15.000,000 people who wero to bo dis
turbed at n single thrust mndo at them by tho
Senate of the Uuited States.
"Therefore, Mr. President," he said, "if
the public policy which has mado us so great,
so rich, so prosiwrous. is to bo changed, I in
sist that it shall be changed by gradual steps,
as the statesmen of sixty years ago advised,
rather than by this tovolutionary step. Good
faith In legislation requires that tho men em
barked in enterprises under tho protective
policy twenty years ago, and who wero so sit
uated that they could not now ehango their
business, should not be turned loose irom the
occupations to which they wero accustomed
all their lives and give them no opportunity
of engaging in any other.
"I havo only mado these general state
ments preliminary to a moro detailed exami
nation of the bill as presented by the Finance
The Senator then mndo a vigorous attack
on nd valorem duties, showing that they
practically did not exist in England, France.
Germany, or Italy, and also declared against
the system oi making the valuations for tax
ation thoe of tho place of production.
Senator Allison, when interrupted by a mo
tion to go into executive session, announced
that ho would continuo his remarks on Wed
nesday. The Vice President hero interrupted tho dis
cussion to lay tho lollowing messago from the
President beiore the Senate:
. "I transmit herewith a report of the Secre
tary of State inclosing the final report of tho
agent of the United Stales bofore tho Paris
tribunal of arbitration. Also the protocols
thus far received, and other papers relating
to that matter."
The day closed with a sharp passage of
arms between Senators Harris and Fryc, the
former being taken to task for his announced
intention so try to "railroad" the bill through
tho Senate, and the latter for his chronic
habit of "lecturing" tho Senate onco a week.
Have You Tried Our Health Drinks.
Jlott's Best Ciders in ono-half gallon bottles for
25 cents. Tho best sweet, hard or crab cider.
Equinox mineral water in one-half gallon bottles,
3 cents. Tboflenisee Fruit Ca's non-alcoholic
borerages. Tin do I'oinmo, hop tonic ale, Kquinox
ginger champagne and mineral waters, all
sparkling in pint bottles, 25 cents. Goods deliv
ered free. J. V. Heed, cor. Ninth and 1) N. V.
He Wouldn't Give His Name.
An itinerant photographer was ran over
yesterday afternoon at tho corner of Seventh
and 1 streets northwest, whllo engaged in
taking a picturo. He was picked up by the
passers-by and the ambulance from tho
Emergency hospital was called, but by tho
time it had arrived he had sufficiently recov
ered to take care of himself, and refused to
go in the ambulance. He picked up his
camera, which was somewhat the worse for
the encounter, and went off without giving
Opening of the Soda Season.
I desire to inform my patrons and the general
pnbllcthat I have opened the soda Ecason at my
store.. Our syrups are always fresh and made
from sound, ripe fruit Our soda is mado of the
purest spring water. Our ice cream is delicious.
Try It and be convinced. Six tickets for 23 cents.
D. ODosoghce. proprietor District Pharmacy,'
first and C streets Korthwest.
Magnetism Cures What Medicine' Has
Utterly Failed to Touch.
DR. DAMON'S REMARKABLE POWER.
No wonder tho sick publio continues to crowd
Dr. Damon's offices dalljr The unerring cer
tainty with which be diagnoses diseases and the
unfailing magnetic pwer ue and Associate Dr.
llayiiard possebses render them pre-eminent as
physicians. Cases that have been guessed at
and experimented upon by the well-meaning
doctors until they have been given up as hope
lessly Incurable are dally received at Dr. Damon's
office and made whole by the magnetic treat
ment. Dr. Damon not onlyposressps a peculiar
power to heal, but the fine intuition of seelag
disease as it is and of us lug his power to the
best possible advantage. All chronic diseases,
no matter of how long standing, are treated br
him with grand success. What the sick waut Is.
health; what the uying want is uie, ana ne wno
can cure the sick and the dying in the simplest,
casfesCand quickest manner Is the sick patient's
best friend. Hundreds of testimonials can be
ghen or pcoplo who have been cured of all man
ner of diseases, many of them years ago, proving
that bis cures are lasting and permanent Take
no one's word except that of cured patients. Let
no prejudice Btand In tho way of reason and of
your getting well, but whatever your complaint,
it will be to your interest to consult Dr. Damon
at his spacious ofliccs, COS 12th street northwest.
He cures whon nil others fail. Honest square
dealing Is the motto of this eminent specialist.
"Glimpses of America"
Has taken the town by
storm. Si weekly parts.
First numbers CENTS, to
Introduce It Only at
PIERCE'S, 8th and Pa. Ave.
DULL WITH SLIGHT GAINS
Another Featureless Day Opening at
Saturday's Closing Figures,
SLIGHT DECLINE IN GRANGERS
Decrease in Foreign Buying , Farniihes the
Market With a Sad Bear Symptom Mop
Moves Up on Buying for Inside Interests.
Sugar Irregular and Waiting on Congress.
New Tone, April 3. Wall street The
movement of the stock market to-day was
not interesting to tho street at large. The
speculation was spiritless and was largely
confined to tho room traders, who worked
with less concert of action than usual. Lon
don was not represented very largely in the
dealings and was perhaps more of a seller
than a buyer, some of the recent purchases
liquidating their holdings. The market was
of that halting, hesitating character which
often precedes a. decided movement in the
direction of lower flgures, but the most un
favorable symptom yet developed is the de
cease In the foreign buying.
Tho leader of tho market was Missouri Pa
cific, which was bought heavily, it is be
lieved, for the account of an inside interest,
sending the price ud 2Jf per cent., with a
final reaction of per cent, Tho grangers
made fractional gains during tho morning,
but sagged off in the afternoon, closing at a
decline of (S on yesterday's final sales.
St. Faul and Burlington and Quincy showed
the only activity of these tbares, Et. Paul be
ing sold on a report that the earnings for the
fourth week of March would show a heavier
decrease than usual.
Thero was some covering of shorts in
Heading, which was counteracted by sales of
Ion;.- stock, the result of the changes of stock
being a decline of J. The Industrials were
comraratively neglected and moved irreRU
larly, Chicago Gas and Distilling recording
advances of Ji and J per cent, respectively,
and sugar and general electric making de
cline of each, whllo cordage preferred
lost 3 per cent., and rubber gained ; lead
and do. preferred, i per cent. Sew England
sold up W, per cent, closing at the highest
The strength of tho stock was due to buy
ing said to bo for a Boston interest in touch
with the receivers. The other stocks promi
nent in the advances were, Delnware and
Hudson, IK; Consolidated Gas. 111. and
Flint and l'ere Martiuette, 1 per cent. Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western, which lost 1
per cent, was tho only stock in which the de
cline was aoove a lraction. Colorado Fuel
and Iron preferred sold at C'J. an advance of
9 per com. on the last previous sale.
In the tlnal 'dealings the market was im
proved in tone f.nd closed generally firm.
Comparing tho closing figures with tli'oso of
yesterday, ns many stocks are to bo found be
low the line ns above It. The report of the
Canadian I'aclllc railway for the year ending
December 31 shows groVs earnings of s!0,
0G2.317, a decrease of 447,034, and net earn
ings of 57,741,410. a decrease of i673,J31; sur
plus for 1803, a7,2Gl.-213.
.New lork Stock Exchange.
Furnished by" Sllsby & Co., bankers and
brokers, Metropolitan Jtank Building, Fifteenth
street, opposite Treasury, Washington, V. C.
Op. Hlch Low Closing
American Cotton Oil Co... S1W 31M 31U 313i
American Tobacco 83, )j &34 K!)
Atch., Top. A S. F 145 15J4 HSJ I5
Chesapeake & Ohio. 19' 19M 19 19i
Canada Njuthern &S SSjI 5Si$ 52J6
C. 11 .t (julncr. SSW tail Mr! 82
CnicagoUas 63Vf 61 C3U K1U
DeL, iJK-k. A Western.... 1.,U ICbj 1C6 lfi
Delawaro Hudson 1S0W 1S9J4 K9i 139
Distillers i Cattle i-drs.. 27W S7I S7f6 -"
Denver & Itio Orando.... 33H S3H S3M S3V$
trie 17 Kit, 17J4 17;$
General Electric Co Ktu & il 4I5
Louisville Nashville.... UU 51Jf, 61W 51Ji
fjlkeShoro 12)4 1S9I 1S9I 1H
jiannaiian rrt ilti
Missouri l'acifle 29i
New England 104
Xorthnestern lOSVi 1
W 32 2!1U 315g
m iisfi io?I 1m
3V4 lUO'l Wi 1081
5?S 5Jfc 5J 5
Xortbom l'acifle 574 5& 5t
Northern l'acifle pfd Sly 2i 2111 21j
N. Y. Central I01H1 101?s 04 mH
National Cordage 23 23 214 22,
National Lead SSM S9H SS)i "9?s
Omaha 40U 1011 -iOH A04
Ontario JS Western 17 17ki 17 u
.!M J2X .S!i
Fullinan 1". C. Co
Tennessee Coal A Iron..
.. in;g 171k i7i2 itij$
. TOW 70i4 ($f 70
. 23ti 23 232 23S
.. WJ4 (H1 9iH MU
.. MA til' 19?$ 19J8
. 21 21t2 Sltf ai4
Wabash preferred ICW IBM 1C 16T,
WheeL & L. E. VSii 131 13?I 131?
Wheel. J: L. 11, pfd. COtJ 50j B0U 5051,
New York Cotton.
Op'g. High. Low. Close
May 7.67 7.67 7.61 7.G3
June 7.73 7.74 7.62 7.70
July 7.79 7.79 7.73 7.75
August .. 7.M 7.83 7.73 7.S0
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1133 Let nw., 15 rooms -J30O 00
1019 16th st nw., 11 rooms, all m. i 225 00
1311 20th st nw., 10 rooms, allm.1 100 00
721N.Cav.se., 7 rooms, allm.1 100 00
1901 Linden et, LeDrolt Ft, 9 rooms, aU
m. 1 37 50
1S0O G st ne., 6 rooms, allm.1., new 22 59
3276thst, no., 6rooms, allm.1 18 30
leuSLindenpL ne., 6 rooms, all m 1 13 00
1217 Linden pL ne., 6 rooms, allm.1 18 00
61S 15th st ne., 6 rooms, allm.1 18 00
C24 15th st no., 6 rooms, nllm.1 16 50
1323 12th st ne., 6 rooms, aU m. L, frame'.. 15 03
521 9th st ne 6 rooms an bath 15 00
1202 Bstne. store 10 00
Bear 1744 Q st nw J25 00
EASTERDAY & HALDEMAN,
1324 F street nw.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDWO,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
Branch offices Le Droit Building, corner
Eighth and F streets, and Central National Bank
Building, second Qoor. corner Pennsylvania ave
nue and Seventh street Telephone 514.
EWNATIONAL THEATEIt THIS WEEK.
ine famous character comedian.
Jf atinee to-day (25, 50 and 75c).
"The Rose '"The Vagabond,"nnd "Moses."
To-night. Thurs. and FrL Nights and Sat Mat
"The Old Musician" and "Tho Paper
Saturday Mght, "Kerry," 'Tho Vagabond,"
Next Week Wilson Barrett
Every Night Except Saturday.
Prices, 25, 50, 75, and HI.
Last tune in Washington of
Next Week Mr. Wilkinson's Widows.
THE GREAT TEST OAHES.
VETS va KIDS.
ADMISSION. 23 AND 50 CENTS.
National Candy Exposition,
W. L. I. ARMORY
Open daily 2 to 10.30 p. m.
Mnslc concerts. Beautiful decorations.
Free distribution of
Every Iad7 purchAslnc ticket from 2 to 6 p. m.
Is presented with toi of choice candy free.
Admission 25 cents, children 15 cents.
rpOLSOX, COKE & CO., AUCTIOEERSt
X Ci."J Louisiana avenue xlw.
TRUSTEES SALE OP TIIKEE VALUABLE
TIIREE-STOUY BRICK HOUSES, XOS. 109,413
AND 423 FlItST STREET NORTHEAST, BE
TWEEN D STREET AND ilAisSACUUSETTS
Default baring occurred as to the lots herein
after described, under a certain trust, recorded
llarch S3, lb93, in Liber 1?J, folio 101 et seq., of
the District of Columbl land records, by direc
tion of the uartr secured thereby, we will, on
TUESDAY, April 3, ltl, at 5 o'clock p. m., offer
at puonc saic, ia ironi oi we premises, lAtis oo, on
and S3, In Uonath, trustee, et aL's subdivision of
lots in wiuare seven hundred and twenty-three
eSJ), Washington, D. a, as per plat recorded in
ber No. 20, folio fc7, of the records of the sur
veyor's office of tho District of Columbia, selling
each of said lots separately, commencing with
lot b6 and foil owl nc succefslvely with the re
maining lots until all are sold.
Lots bO and & are IS feet front br 100 feet deep
to a large alley, and lot 93 is IS feet front by a
depth of about til feet, with side and rear alleys.
Terms of sale AU cash; over an incumbrance
of tbirty-flv hundred dollars ($3,500) on each of
lots H and & and three thousand dollars ($34)00)
on lot Ifl, to be assumed by purchaser, A de
posit of two hundred dollars JtJW) to be made on
each lot at time of sale. Terms of sale to ba
complied with within ten days from time of sale,
otherwise premises o be resold at risk and cost
of defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing al pur
JAUKSON IL RALSTON. Trustee.
1333 F street n.w,
GEORGE J. EASTERDAY, Trustee,
mar27-t Ci4 F street n.w.
MISCELLANEOUS SUTPUES. POST OFFICE
Department, Washington, D. C, 3Iarchl3.
1S9J. Sealed proposals will be received at this
Department until MONDAY, tne seventh day of
May, 1S34, at S o'clock p. xn., al which time and
place they will be opened in the presence of bid
ders or their authorized agents or attorneys, for
doing the necessary painting In the Department;
and for furnishing such coal, wood, ice, carpets,
chairs, cotton cloth for map-mounting), soap,
closet paper, dusters, corn brooms, and forage,
as may be ordered during the fiscal year begin
ning July 1, 1&4. and ending June SO, 1SQ& Bids
are also invited for the purchase cf thn waste
paper from the Department and for washing
towels. Blanks for proposals, with specifications
giving detailed statement of the requirements
to be met in respect to each article, and also the
estimated quantities probably to bo required of
each, and civing full instructions as n the man
ner of bidding and conditions to be observed by
bidders, will be furnished on application to the
Dlgcursing Clerk and buperintendent. Post Of
fice Department, Washington, D. C. The Post
master General reserves the right to eject any
or all bids, to waive technical defects, and to ac
cept any part of any bid and reject the other
part W. S. BItSELL, Postmaster GeneraL
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE POST
Office Department and Postal Service. Post
Offlco Department, Washington, D. C, April 2,
18H- Sealed proposals will bo received at this
department until MONDAY, Jlay 7, l!9f,alS
o'clock l m., for furnishing Wrapping Paper,
Wrapping Paper for facing slips. Twine. Letter
Scales,Pcstmarkingand Ratine Stamps, Rubber
Stamps, Canceling Ink, Pads. Paper, Envelopes,
Rubber Goods, Pens, Pen Holders, Pencils, Inks,
3Iucilage. Glass Goods, Rulers, Folders, Articles
of J$teel, Rubber Erasers, Books, Typewriter Sup
plies, and Miscellaneous Stationery, In such
quantities of the different articles respectively,
and at such times, and from timo to time, as
they may be ordered, during tbo fiscal year be
ginning July 1. 1394. and ending June 30, 195,
for the use of any branch of the departmental
or postal service. Blanks for proposals, with
specifications giving detailed statement of the
requirements to be met In respect to each ar
ticle, and also the estimated quantities probably
to be required of each, and giving full instruc
tions as to the manner of bidding and conditions
to be observed by bidders, will bo furnished en
application to the Superintendent of the Divi
sion of Post Office supplies. Post Office Depart
ment, Washington. D. C The Postmaster Gen
eral reserves the riirht to reject any or all bids,
to waive technical defects, and Jo accept any
part of any bid and reject the other part WIL
SON S. BIfeSELL, Postmaster GeneraL
SPECIAL NOTICE I AM INVOKING THE AID
of The Times to let my friends and the pub
lic In general know that I have purchased the
Jewelry establishment No. 38 H street northwest,
formerlv owned by J. A. Berger and later by
Charles R. Kelley. I am now prepared to do all
kinds of manufacturing nnd repairing that
comes In my line neatly and promptly. All
work guaranteed. Charges moderate to all who
favor me with a caU. L. E. COLE, Watchmaker
and Jeweler, S3 II sL n.w.
are all put aside by the,treatment at tne
Washington Hernia institute,
METZEIlOTr BtnLDESCl, 1110 P ST.
W. J. THOROWGOOD,
WALL PAPEKS, DECORATIONS,
noOM MOULDINGS, SHADES, ia
Fresco and Plain Painting.
Estimates cheerfully given.
1111 Fourteenth Street X. W.
I employ local labor, therefore patroniie
mrSWrno THE TAILOK, 810 F ST. N. W.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
iMake inquiry about the New 110,000 Combina
tion Accident Policy that pays SS0 per week for
a year If Injured by any conveyance using steam,
electricity, or cable, and halt such idemnlty If
otherwiro injured. Costs less than 7 cents a day,
only $6 for three months, or M per annum. No
examination required Issued by the old Kella
bio V. S. Mutual Accident Association. Call or
address. J. D. KINO, Agent.
lioom 30, Washington Loan and Trust ISld'g.
E CAN SAVE TOU MONEY.
Buyyonr Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Shirts,
Pants., etc., from
JOHN N. GATES,
1353 Eleventh street southeast.
And notice how much you save.
For something good in the Cigar and Tobacco
line, call on Palmer. Hutchljp Building.
Dally and weekly papers.
A LL EOADS LEAD TO ROME," AND A
-Ti- postal directed to us will bring ns "post
haste." offering yon unprecedented rates for
gnts' discarded garments. Write for as.
J0HTIP8 Old Stand, 019 D street northwest
LUE LABEL CIOAB3, UNION 31ADE. J. M.
HA1.U jianiacrer.rearajaus. w. apim
CPECIAL FOK-THE SPItlNG-LADIES WHO
JJ wish to wear tailor-raade garments, correct
nttlog ana latest styles, Madly caU and see
t . ., J.GLYDEK.
Late of L, P. Hollander, Boston, Mxss.
ITU Pa. are.
"irr ANTED- SITUATION BY P.EPCTABLK
V colored girl, who can Klre good reference,
to do genoral housework In a small family. 83
Sixth street northwest. g
-rTrANTED-PIIOTOCRAPHEn AT ONCE FOR
T view work. Address PHOTOGKAPHEll
at once. Times oQce. t
WANTED-BOYS TO SELL THE TIMES.
. . iw" -' - .-xw WMw ij uuatiera.
WANTED-BOYS AT THE TIMES OFFICE.
Apply between 3 aad 4.
WANTED-ENEItOETIC BOYS MAKE COOD
mogey selling The Times.
YOUNG WOMAN (WHITE) TO ASSIST IN
housowork nnd care of baby; hours 8 a. m.
to 6 p. m., or may live in family. 4tl Fla. ave. n.
ANTED THREE COOD SOLICITORS. AP.
ply at otuco ot 1 he Times 10 a. m. unyday.
OYS TO SELL THE TIMES. TOU CAN MAKE
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WHO ARE.
ruptured to And a cure without operation
or interference with dally occupation. WASH
INGTON HERNIA INSTITUTE, 1110 F st.
FOB KENT HOUSES.
17LETENTH ST. N. K; NEW PRESSED BRICK
Imp.; lot 16x100 to 20-foot alley; 1,(W; 300 cash
and $35 monthly. A horse and buggy will be
taken as first or part cash payment. FRANK L.
HANCOCK, 1213 U street northeast. 4
"VTINETEENTII ST. N. K.; FRAME HOUSE; 5
J- ruoms; lot 15x65; $1,000; 4300 cash. Ahorse
and buggy will be taken as cash payment. Ap
ply to FRANK L, HANCOCK, 1S15 G street n. e. 4
15; HIT 12th st. ne.. rooms, bath. a. m. L;
key at 1415 12 st. BCBDETT STKYKEIt, 1030 FTa.
BY TOUNO GERMAN WHO CAN IIANDLS
horses and do general housework. Apply
ANYONE DESIRING A COOK, CHAMBER,
maid, or one to do general housework. Please
call at 3106 N. Y. ave. nw.
HOHEY TO LOAN.
HONEST PARTIES CAN GET SMALL LOANS
at once. National Loan and Investment
Company. EUEttav. A. C. CLANCY, Sec.
FOE BEET S00HS.
VJTCE ROOMS-FUR. ROOMS FOR RENT,
L either wljh or without board.
Call 'or address
6 3111 Pa. ave. nw.
Ml SD ST. N. W.-3.3, OR 4 UNFURL BOOMS:
Oiil. 3d floor; a. m. i; alsol fur. front room;
cheap to right party.
OAT 1ST ST. NW., LARGE FRONT ROOM; 4
OU I windows; nicely fur., $13 per month for
1(199 N. J. AVE. N.W. THREE UNFUIt
J. JQQ rooms, 3d story; bay window; with light-
ing gas; sii per ma; nocnuaren.
IN NEW BUILDING,
61S 9th st. nw.
For rent beautiful fur. or unfur. at reasonable
prices; cafe first floor.
BY AUGUST DONATH, 611 TTH ST. ON DE
frees St., a six-room brick; bath, hot and cold
water, ror 1,930. Terms easy. Rents at $15.10
FOR SALE A BARGAIN, J3.300 2-STORY 6
room brick for $4,9j0; owner leaving city and
mostselUNst. nw. Address RAYMOND, limes
FOR SALE BERKLEY SPRINGS WEST YIR
glnla. Property known as Goff cottage, con
taining 11 rooms and bath. For particulars call
on F. G. AUKAM , COO F St. nw. 6
FOR SALE COR. HOUSE ON G ST. NE.; 8
rooms and bath; rents for $30; $5,500; on easy
terms. STURQES A MOORE, 006 F st- nw.
FORSALE-aK9THST. NE.; 6 -ROOM BRICK
a. m. L: street paved; $1G0, f00 cash, bal;
$35 per ma: 10 notes a yrnr.
STUROES & MOORE, 60 F street nw.
FOR SALE-S-EOOM BRICK, ON ACKER ST.,
bet. 6th and 7th and E and Fsts.ne;;a. m.1.: '
$3,600; terms to suit STUHGES Jt MOORE, OOtS
F st nw.
FOR SALE SIN-ROOM HOUSE, RIVERDALE,
Md., Baltimore and Ohio, 11a commutation;
15 minutes from Washington; 130x150; shade,
outbuildings, good water; fruit; fenced; $3,300;
$X) cash, balance small monthly payments.
BARGAIN, laverdale. Jld. 9
FOR SALE AT HYATTSVILLE, MD., FIVE
room house, all necessary out-houses; plenty
ot fruit; fine water; large lawn; ono of the pretti
est places around Washington: 1S.OD0 feet of
ground; $3,500; $500 cash, balance to suit pur
chaser. Address SANAL. Times office.
FOB 0B SALE EXCHANGE.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ONE ORIGINAL
lot on cor. ot aye. in se.; about 88 sq. ft; also
fine building lot ou O st nw., 23x135, to wide
Saved alley; one new 9-room house, all mod.
nps ; heated by furnace; on wide ave. in se.
For sale on easy terms.
Apply to OWNER, 1S01 II st ne.
TTiOR SALE LARGE WARDROBE FOLDING
SMALL JOB OFFICE FOR SALE PRESS,
stone, 50 to 69 fonts Job type, etc; $50 down,
balance monthly notes secured; no opposition;
rent $10; won't get this chance but once. JOB
PRINTER, care Times office.
3 A ACRES OF LAND NEAR MUIRKIRK STA
I U tion, R O. R. R. On lino of electric car
and boulevard. Well timbered; wood enough to
pay for land. No ground In Immediate neigh
borhood for less than $100. Can be bought at
$35 per acre. See A. BEUItEN D, 617 st n. w.
T UNCH. LUNCH. LUNCH,
ON APRIL 3, 4, AST) 5,
Given by the People's church at Typographical
Union Temple, G st, opposite the Pension Office,
between the hours of 11 jl m. and 3 r. t 6
HELP FURNISHED FREE BY MRS. L. a
Moore, Employment Agency,
OX G ot nw., Washington, D. C.
Send postal card.
FOR SALE-SMALL PICA, BOURGEOIS, NON
parell, and Brevier type; 15c. per pound;
also 400 fonts Job, type. CaU or address PRINTER,
90S Fa. ave.
LOCAL UNION 190. UNITED BROTHERHOOD
of Carpenters and Joiners, meets every Mon
day evening at 435 13th st nw.
rrKLL YOUR WIFE TOLOOK AT THOSE FINK
Sewing Machines selling so rapidly at $10 at
Auerbach's Capitol Hill branch. Domestic sew
ing machines. Pattern agency, corner Fourth
and Pennsylvania avenue southeast Complete
with attachments and warranted for five years.
LUNCH! LUNCH! LUNCDJ
,The best lunches In the city at
THE FU1-B DAIRY LUNCH,
935 D st nw.
Open aU night Near News office.
LEGAL BLANKS. LAW PRINTING.
THE LAW REPORTER COMI'ANY,
Printers and Stationers. Law Printing.
618 Fifth st n-w. M. W. MOORE, Manager.
WANTBD GOVERNMENT PRINTERS AND
binders to patronize my nrsl-clasa tailor
shop. Good work and prices reasonable. Near
the G. P. O. N. CONOVER, 400 1 st nw.
G. L WILD'S BROS. & 00.
709 Seventh Street N. W.
PIANOS, ORGANS, AND
FOR C1SI1 OR OK EAST TERMS.
Sheet Musle, Music Books nnd Strings. Tuning
and Sepalrlng Pianos and all Musical Instru
ments a Specialty and Prices to suit the times,
G. L. WILD'S BROS. A CO.,
700 Seventh Street X. W.
tc--. . . jA?.y?.jaa..tfejg.