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TIIE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1894.
WE KNOW HOW.
Our business is CLOTH
ING. We know all about it
Have been in it a lifetime,
and know which are the
best fabrics. Know how
they should be trimmed.
Know what are the correct
styles, and know how to
make Clothes that FIT,
that look well and that wear
satisfactorilr, and we sell
them for less money than
others ask for garments not
nearly as good or as fashion
able. Don't you need a
Spring Suit? We'll sell
you one which you'll be
proud of, as good a one as
ever got from the custom
folks, and will FIT you
better. There's nothing to
equal them in town ready-to-wear.
You'll say so when
you see them. $o to $40,
and big variety in each
Remember there's a hand
some watch FREE with
every cash sale of $10 or
more. Get one!
Robinson, Ghery$ Go.,
I2th and F Sts.
FRO THE RINK
Monday, Tuesday, and
The Julius LansMrgh
Furniture and Carpet
Will offer for three days the
10 Solid Oat Sideboards, 16x21 French plato
beveled mirror. Jli.VJ. Regular prico $17.
Cash or Credit.
8 Solid Quartered Oat Hat Racks, with ISiIS
French plate mirrors. Worth $.13. bpecial for 3
Cash or Credit.
525 Solid Oat Chamber Suites, 4-foot Dresser,
w tu2lx.ll) French plate beveled mirror. Cannot
iMi ,pu tea ior tess man j. spociai iorj
dajs, .'1 7j.
Cash or Credit.
25 f dd Washtands, In eat, cherry and birch.
rUJIO. This sale, $3.
Cash or Credit.
1 Kuk fledioom Tables. Cut from $1.73 to
' Cash or Credit.
to iar o Knttan Hooters. Regular price, 57.50.
1 . 0-yuSKRO.
Cash or Credit.
Ji t pl'ulsterod Hookers, oak and cherry frames,
fcuti' v.uue nt il 50, For 3 days, $3.85.
Cash or Credit.
100 Haliy Carrlaccs, rattan bodies, -wood or
l-i ycl tthM-KatM-W. told elsewhern nt $tlTA).
1 lot (.ink IMnlnc-ioom Chairs, close cano seat
IteUar price, $i irpeclal for 3 days, $1.20.
Cash or Credit.
25 Couches, spiinff edge, upholstered In Wilton
rugs, at 612.5a A orth &.
Cash or Credit.
1.7) rolls Seamless Matting. Regular price, 23a
This sale, loc
Cash or Credit.
100 Refrigerators and Ico Chests Just received,
ranging In price from $175 to $50. Our leader
a Solid Oak Refrigerator, capacity for 50 pounds
Cash or Credit.
The JUliUs Lansbiirnh
Furniture and Carpet
N. Y. Ave.Bet. 13th and 14th Sts
Ladies' Straw Yacht Hats, Sl.EO
Hats and Caps for Children, Boy3,
nnd Youths, C0c, 75c, 1, and $1.50.
Latest styles and colors Derby
Hnts, $2, $2.50, 53, 3.00, S4, and S3.
Tourist Soft' Hats, in all the lead
ing colors, $2.50 to Si.
Dress Bilk Hnts, $G and $8.
Plain Solt Hats and Pocket Hats,
81, $1.50, f2, S2.50, i3, S3.50, $1,
ei.50,.85, and $0.
Largest Stock and Variety of
Canes and Umbrellas.
James Y. Dauis' Sons,
1201 Penn. Ave., Cor. I2th St.
. Brewing Co.,
Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers.
1221-1233 20th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Tf Ieihoue, 11SS. nplS-lm
8ILSBY & GOMMNY
nvNicniis am) brokers.
MFTRUl'OUTAN BANK BUILDING,
1- i.tcnth f treet. opposite Treasury.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Pa. Ave. and 7th St. 2d floor.
Telephone, 011. W. E. SHANNON, Met.
CON, HORIGAN'S SAMPLE ROOM,
Corner New Jerset Ate akd n Street, N. W.
Choice Wines and Liquors. Best Brands of Cigars,
lleurlch's Beer on Draught. Washington. D.C.
Spring Styles Hats.
CHAHGBD AS TO COXEY.
Another Comparison with Certain Incidents
of Trench History.
"I went to the office, of a local raornine
paper a few weeks ago," said a nan at tbo
corner of Seventh and the Avenue last night,
"and told the editor that I know where I
could procure the particulars of a sensation
that would soon shake tho land. Might 1
write it up for his columns?
" 'What's tho character of this sensation?'
" Well, an army of the unemployed pre
paring; to march on Washington, and
" 'FudRo! That's all wind, you know
can't afford to wasto Its space by mentioning
"I left his presenco, and two days later
brief squibs began to appear in that local
morning paper concerning tho Coioy move
ment. As tho days rolled on they began to
devote more and more of its spaco to tho up
risings, until now Its news and editorial col
umns make Coxey and the commonweal tho
great central subjects of its attention. Yes;
and though its treatment of those subjects
was particularly Insolent at first, it began to
temper its remurks as tho days went on, and
It slowly began to realize that it couldn't
whistle down a cyclone or frighten off a tor
nado with a blast from a ten-penny tin trum
pet AH of which," went on tho gentleman,
laughingly, "puts me very much in mind of a
certain Parisian paper that was published in
France during the Napoleonic era. It hated
the little Corslcan as It hatod snakes, but as
the little Corslcan had been temporarily upsot
and sent to Elba it didn't consider him in any
other light than that of a dead issue. But
one day It received 'tidings that tho fallen
monarch had escaped and would sock to re
cover his old empire and restore himself
upon his old imperial throne.
"This news made the rartsian editor I
speak of feel a bit sarcastic, and seizing his
pen ho wrote tho following salty squib:
'"Wo learn that our old friend Nappy has
broken loose from his keepers at Elba, Is en
routo to France, and will seek to recover his old
rule over our people. If the bloody brute will
toko tho advice of Ihls admiring writer he will
reconsider his Don Qulxotoan tchome beforo It
is too lato for tho healthfulness of his whole
some, for If bo lands on our shores ho and his
tramp contingent will bo rudely knocked down
by the formidable clubs of our police, backed by
a suCIciont military force, nnd drngged off to a
place where the dogs can't bite 'em for tho
balanco of their lives.'
"Strango to bay, 'Nappy nnd his men paid
no attention to this treasonical threat, but
made a successful landing; tho former sol
diers of the Littlo Corslcan began Hocking to
bis standard by tho thousands, and tho march
on Paris began. Then the editor from whom"
I have just quoted took a reef in his sails and
remarked in his columns;
Vo understand that Napoleon Bonapirto is
actually lit trance; that j majority of his old
army has joined him, and that he will boou ap
pear in Paris. Wo trust there will bo no clash
of arms in consequence of his coming, and that
he and his great eoncourso of upholders will bo
treated with all civility by the government.'
"Tho Little Corslcan reached Taris a fow
days later and tho same paper said:
' 'Napoleon I.the great commander and wisest
warrior the world has over known, filed in
through tho gates of our city yesterday with a
mighty host of tho old friends and defenders of
l'rance. His cause has conquered; he will bo re
crowned at once, and will at onco restore tboold
Imperial order of things that lent Imperishable
renown to our beloved laud. Napoleon, our
people, as a unit, welcome thoe back to thy
kingdom! All honor and ail hail!' "
Wonder If tho Tost and other organs ol
plutocracy aro preparing to repeat history
by turning nbuso into fulsome adulation? It
begins to look that way. Hut wo will see
what wo will see.
Another Recruit for Coxcy.
Captain George Primrose, who led a band of
forty unemployed pilgrim workingmen to
tlfis city from tho West two weeks ago, called
on Col. Itedstono yesterday and assured him
that he, as vt ell as nil his followers, wcro In
sympathy with tho cause. Unless somo
employment should bo offered to Captain
Primrose ho probably will join Cozey's army
at llockvillo on Thursday next.
Tell from the Ilridge.
Anthony White, a colored boy 7 years old,
fell from tho Long bridge about 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, and fractured his left shoul
der. Ills injuries wero trcatod by Dr. Pylo at
tho Emergency hospital.
j H 3 Days' Sale
Tho Samplo Shoes for Spring,
1S91, of a well-known maker of
Hand-made Roots and Lowfchocs
will bo found on separate tables
MAIN HOUSE, 930 and 932
J To-morrow, Tuesday J
Tor these three days only tvo
offer theso exceptionally flno
"MODEL fcHOES" at
10 PER CENT. LESS THAN
Marked in the manufacturers'
own original, plr.ln figures on
each pair tvhich really is at least
35 Per Cent. Below the Low
est Retailing Price.
This moans to you the chance
S100 SHOES FOR 1.30
J1.2J SHOES FOR 80C
There are hardly two pairs
alike in tho lot und not all sizes,
Ladies' Sizes 25 to4 (a few 5s)
JIIbSos' fcizes VMlolM
Chllds Sizes 9 to 10
In Button, Laced, and Low
First comers, of course, havo
first and best pick. ,
Wm, Halm it Go.'s !
Reliable Shoe Houses,
930 and 032 SEVENTH STREET,
1914 and 1916 l'A. AVE,,
231 PA. AVE. & E.
O 0 -3
SUIT THE SEASON
By having your Spring Suit mado now.
.Our stock of bprlng Cloths allows of a most
particular choice. Another reason whr It
would be -well to give us your onlor. '.the
proprietor himself cuts and fits all gar
ments. Satisfaction is assured. Trices aro
mod era t a
J. J. COSTINETT.sr
Repairing and Cleaning.
635 G St. N. W.
LUXCni LUNCH! LTOCUI
Tho best lunches in tho city at
TIIE 1'URE DAIRY LUNCII,
835 I) st. aw.
Open all night Near News oC.co.
Dispatches Tell of Great Damage Done in
the Vicinity of Athens.
Athens, April 21. Reports are reaching
here slowly from the district which was
shaken by an earthquake yesterday, showing
that the shocks were most sovero and tho
damage done was much greater than at first
The town of Neapillo, near Atalanta, other
wise known as tbo Ainnda, seen miles north
of Mount Talanda, is a heap of ruins.
Though no loss of life is as yet reported, It
Is known that a number ol people have been
Injured at Atalanta and Chalcis, capital of
Eubooa, seventeen miles from Thebes.
Volo and Larissa have also sustained con
siderable damage, and Thebes is said to have
been tho most seriously damaged of all
According to reports In circulation hero,
Thebes must have been almost totally de
stroyed, and Its inhabitants will havo to bo
promptly succored by the government, us they
aro said to bo without food or shelter. No
deaths there, however, are reported.
Somo timo may elapse beforo full detnlls of
tho disaster are attainable, although ovcry
effort Is being mado to attain accurate in
formation upon the subject.
Official telegrams received hore show that
tho villages around Atalatnata huvo suffored
terribly. Larymnl, Proskia, Malesina, Hazl,
Fella and Slartino are In ruins. Tho full num
ber of killed is as yet unknown. Very serious
damage has been done nt Chalcis and at sev
eral villages on tlio island of Euboea.
At Thebes about fifty houses tell during ono
of the shocks this morning. The city is in a
state of panto and destitution. Tho terrified
people have rushed In crowds nway from
Thehes, believing that the end of tho world
had come. Conflicting stories are told as to
tbo loss of life.
Tho government Is sending to-night a war
ship to Thebes with 500 tents, a large number
of surgeons, a detachment of engineers, and
supplies of food for tho destitute people.
Every report which reaches hero seems to
show that tho calamity which has befallen
Greece Is much greater than ut first believed,
nnd it is now believed that when the whole
story is mado public it will bo seen that tbo
lossof Hfo has been very grent nnd that tho
damage done is greater than sustained from
tho same causo for very many jear3 past.
New Yoke, April SI. Thomas a Morrison, tho
millionaire manufacturer of Norwalk, Conn.,
died at tho Shoreham hotel this morning.
McKisxev, Texas, April 21. Ex-Governor
James W. Throckmorton died hero this morn
ing in his SOth year Ho came to Texas from
Tonnessoe beforo tho war, a member of tho con
vention that passed tbo ordinance of secession,
but strongly opposed that measure. Ho was a
colonel In the confederate army and after the war
was elected Go ernor, but was removed by Gen.
Sheridan. Later ho served four terms in Con
gress, being part of tho timo chairman of tho
Indian Affairs an Pacific Rall-oads committee.
At tho timo of his death he was receiver of tho
Chickasaw and Choctaw Railroad and Hotel Com
pany. Rochester, N. Y., April SI. Vice President
Harris, of the Northern Pacific railroad, was
taken from a Now York Central train In this city
at 10 o'clock a. m. to-day too ill to proceed to
Now York, lio died at tho City hospital at
Columbia, To.. April 21. Tho body of Evan O.
Ilammater. of Clearfield, Pa., who was on a visit
here, and who disappeared Sunday night, March
25, was found in the Susquehanna river, near
this city, to-day. It is clearly a case of suicide,
as tho man has been domented for several years.
Ho was interested in coal mines and owned con
siderable real estato in Clearfield.
Granulated sugar. 4c Monday anothor spe
cial prosent day. Tue Cheat Atlantic and Pa
cific Tea Cojipant, corner seventh nnd E.
Anil everything elso for warm
weather comfort aro hero in su
Wo ran sell you a roll of
MATTING, containing enough to
cover two rooms, both 15 by 12
feet, for from $3.20 up.
Ask tobco is hat you most do
Biro. W. B. Moses & Sons,
Homo Comfort Furnishers,
ELEVENTH AND F STS.
ANDREW B. GRflHKM
1230 PENN. AVE.
JUDD & DETWEILER,
Records and Briefs,
And all kinds of
Printing correctly and
420-422 ELEVENTH ST. X. i.
TO f ST.
ABOUT MAY FIRST.
DIAMONDS. WATCHES, FINE JEW
ELRY, bTERLING SILVERWARE,
(Eicopt Plain Flat Ware),
At a Discount of 10 Per Cent
SILVER-PLATED WARE, FANCT O00D3
and CLOCKS AT A DIJ-COUNT
OF 20 PER CENT. UNTIL
MOORE & LEDING,
1109 Penna. Ave.
C. S. Hodgson,
Corner North Capitol and I Street N. E.
A Workingraan in Tcnnes
beo Paid tt rlsit to Hiss GUAR
ANTEE; She mado him a loan,
Now his homo does ho own.
?JKvW" No tenant so happr as ho.
SSS&.'-w?-"' WHY PAY RENT?
WHY NOT TOO VIDE FOR THE FUTURE?
You can obtain money to buy your own home
ON EASY TERMS FROM THE
LOAN and INVEST
1C3-1T7 Washington Loan and Trust Building. 1
"'Tis a Feat to Fit Feet!"
ff tit i!s
tSz&iSEmi iiEE&jr iffSK."
at $2.50, for $1.90 this week. Every pair is war
ranted not to break until the soles are entirely
MEN'S $4 H. S. & H. Russia Calf Shoes, this
Men's $6 Patent Leathers, with 5 BIG BUT
TONS, "Wing" tips, this week, $4.90.
Treasurer, M. Strickland, Inc.,
939 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
GREAT WONDER SALE
THE LONDON BAZAR!
rE ARE TURNING BACK INTO CASn
chases, blnce tho first day there
nal values we've been onerluc. 'JU-llultKUW JIUlt.M.Mi we put on sale a second
consienment of the BANKRUPT stock and wo look for much excitement over
theso epocial values:
HATS-Wondcr Price, $3.49.,
Real SO Hats. Finely trimmed. In
Lnco straw. Jet Milan straw, and Fancy
Laco and Brnld.
HATS-Wondcr Trice, $5.00.
Fine Domestic and Imported Trimmed
Ilats, Toques, and Bonnets, worth 411)
HATS--'ondcr Trice, 50c.
Untrimmed Lace Straws for Ladles,
Misses, and Children. Selling every
where for $L
CAPES-Wondcr Trice, $2.99.
Tan, Black, and Blue. Very Una
"Wero $5 each.
CATKS-Wonder Trice, $3.99.
Finest Cloth, trimmed In fancy lace.
Numbers of others from (5 np.
SUITS-Wonder Trice, $7.99.
Finest Cloth. latest styles and colors.
SUITS-Konder Trice, $8.50.
Flno English Perge. trimmed with.
moire silk and lined. Were 13.
C2Others at all prlcea.
WAISTS-Vfonder Trice, 49c.
All Colors Percale, with collars and
cuffs. Laundered. Never less than 79
hlte Lawn and India Linen Waists,
trimmed with embroidery at samo
price, 4'J cents. Worth L00 and IL5U.
WAISTS-Wondcr Price, 99c.
All Colors Percale, with collars and
cutis. Laundered. Worth ihM.
If you're not satisfied with what you buy
715 MARKET SPACE.
New Issue of Stock.
Open for Subscription
Tne twenty-seTenth Issno of stock Is
open for subscription and first payment,
which can be mado at the ofllco of tho as
sociation daily from 0 a. m. to 4.30 p. m.
Shares, $2.50 monthly. Four per cent in
terest per annum is guaranteed. Upon
maturity of shares full earnings are paid.
Those who havo property to pay for,
mortgages to pay off, or contemplato
building, should ascertain the terms and
advantages upon which monoy is loaned
by tho Equitable Co-operative Building
Loans are made in any amount desired,
from $100 upward. Seven years and three
months are given tho borrower to roturn
tho principal and interest In monthly In
stallments. At any time before, how
ever, settlements on a loan can be mado
in TAUT or In f ulL When PART of a
loan is settled the monthly Installments
aro reduced. Interest is only charged
for tho actual timo that a loan, or any
part of It, is held by tho borrow er It be
ing roduced as tho loan is repaid. Mem
bers aro extended every facility and en
couragement to roturn loans and pay for
SET EARNINGS AND SURPLUS..
Tamphlets explaining tho advantages
and benefits ot the association and other
Information furnished upon application
at the office.
OFFICE, EQUITABLE BUILDING, 1003 F ST.
TR05LS SOMERVILLE President
Dr. A. J. SCUAFIIIRT V. President
GEO. W. CASILEAR 2d V. President
JNO. JOY EDSON Sec-rotary.
Benjamin F Fuller. Fredorlck W. Pratt
Goorgo W. Fisher. IL H. Twombly.
Ellis Spear. Joh Barnard.
Lawrence Gardner. Marcus Baker.
John W. Schaefer.
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY,
M. A. WEAVER, PeOPBIEtok.
BIS Eighth St X. W. Telephone 1618.
Laundry wort In all Its branches neatly oxe-
cutca at reasonaoio rates, rytij
ALBERT" is a new
idea in Footwear for
Ladies. It's a low.
shoe with Patent
up the front. Has
elastic goring on
sides. Made by Bar
nard. Ordinarily $4.
This week, $3.25.
Toe Oxfords, cheap
the most wonderful of all "hard-tlmo" pur
has been a tremendous rnsn tor tne pnenomo-
LACES-Wondcr Trice, 19c.
PL de Gene, 35 to SO-cent qualities.
Short ends, 44 to S yards in piece. , 3,
and 4-Inch widths. BIc Value.
LADIES' VESTS-3 for 25c.
Swiss Ribbed. 23 cents each anywhere
3c American Lisle Vests, 15a
SOc French Lisle Vests, 2Da
IXFAXTS' $5 CLOAKS, $2.50.
Fancy Cloth, with fancy collars and
67 Cashmere Cloaks for t L
IS Short Colored Coats, 13.
IXFAXTS' SWISS CATS, 25c
Silk embroidered Caps, 25 CENTa
Infants' Dresses, long and short, at CO
CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
CAMBRIC AXD COTTON
UNDERWEAR 15 TER CEXT.
2doz. Bunch Violets. 3ctx
C0cand$l Flowers for 25cts.
Wonderfully low prices on all kinds of
Flowers and Millinery Material of all
bring it back and change it for something else.
J. WILLIAM LEE
332 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
C B. Nichols. j. Z. Todeb.
NICHOLS 4. YODER,
Undertakers nnd Embalmcrs
Penn. Ave. and Second Street a E., Capitol Hill.
Chapel for Funeral Services.
The Census Pharmacy,
THIRD AND G STREETS N. W.
GEORGE T. KEEN,
No. 1312 F Street N. W.
not sea salt bath. 1323Qst.n.w. apl3-lyr
BYRON S. ADAMS,
512 11TH STREET N. W.
A reduction to Churches and Charitable Organizations.
The Great Creditors' Sale Packed to Overflowing.
Money Isn't scarce not when such Talues as ours are offered. Every man that
comes Into our store goes out with a bundle under his arm, and you can bet that It's
suit of clothes. Uo's so pleased with his bargain that he won't wait for as to deliver
It takes It right along with him. Yesterday was a "whopper," ten extra salesmen
busy all day, clear up to 11 o'clock lost night
Well, wo should say so. Not only In Washington, but for thirty miles around, and an
In one week, too. If you buy a Suit of Clothes hero and It Isn't precisely as represented
bring It back and got what you paid for It That's our way of doing busluens, and It's
the right way. Wo aro Belling $ 100,000 worth of
The cream of an enormous stock that has passed Into the hands of receivers, and
ordered sold for what It will bring. It is right up to date In style and finish, bristling
with new effects- Here are somo prices that have made us FAMOUS: 3Ien's Cheviot
and Ca&slmere Suits, all wool, large variety to select from, for choice. If too cah
duplicate them elsewhere for less than $10 well refund the money. Men's Suits, single
or double-breasted, all 8hadcs,cho!ce 07.50. Find their equal elsewhere for less than f 15
and we'll refund the money. Men's Suits In English Clays and Rough Cheviots, dove
tail cut, our price, 10. If anyone else will sell their equal for less than S3), come
back and get your money. Children's Suits, 73 cents, II .SO, . tiW, $3, $3.50, $4, and
S. Worth double tho prices quoted.
803 Market Space,
Two Doors West of Eighth Street.
TO SMITHEREENS I
Our Entire Stock of Spring Clothing on tii8 Bargain Counter
We have lost just three weeks of valuable time in our endeavor to close
out the Edward's Stock, which we bought at sheriff's sale in New York. Out
own magnificent Spring Stock of Clothing has been left in the background
profits that might hae been are GOXEand our only hope now is that we
may be able to dispose of this stock at any sacrifice.
PRICES THAT PUSH :
Men's All-wool Sack Suits elegantly tailored sizes 4 to 44. $3.20
31cn's Cassimere Suits $140
Men's Black Cheviot Suits single or double-breasted. 17.00
Men's Scotch Tweed Suits strictly all-wool '. $M0
Men's Dovetail butts Clay Diaconal SOW
Men's Regent-cut Coats and Vests sllk-llaed throughout 310 CO
Young Men's Sack Suits cut extra long stitched edges very "swell" $773
Just received GjO pairs Men's Trousi-rs f-.M
Sold everywhere at 35.
Several hundred pairs Men's Trousers $1.00
Boys' Suits good material for boys from 11 to 19 years $4 M
Children's Suits in Blue Cheviot '. H.SC
SM Children's Suits H.C5
2MChildren's Suits S173
KO Children's Suits In All-wool Scotch Tweed extra pants to match. For tho outfit. 52 40
500 pairs Jlen's Good Ca&slmere Trousers Ke
350 Children's Suits 70c
50 dozen Knee Pants. ICo
A little early, bnt we've got 'em 1,000 Office Coats choice 23c
Money Refunded on Any Unsatisfactory Purchase
H. Friediander & Bro.,
Ninth and E Northwest.
cured by the treatment
Washington Hernia Institute.
A skillful physician in charge.
1110 F St.
Open Daily. 10.30 to 5.
E CAX SAVE YOU MONEY.
Buy your Hats Caps, Boots, Shoes, Shirts,
Pants., etc, from
JOHN N. GATES,
12T.3 Eleventh street southeast.
And notico how much you save.
-ryniTEHAXD's old curiosity shop.
604 D Street Northwest.
Gold, Silver, and Nickel Plaiting. Soft Metal
Repairing. Brass and Metal Signs a Specialty
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
Make inquiry about the New 110,000 Combina
tioa Accident Policy that pays $50 per week for
a year If injured by any conveyance uslngsteam,
electricity, or cable, and half such idemnlty if
otherwir o injured. Costs less than 7 cents a day,
only G for three months or $21 per annum. No
examination required Issued by tho old Relia
ble U. S. Mutual Accident Association. Call or
address. J. D. KINO, Agent.
Room 30. Washington Loan and Trust Bld'g.
Our Prescription Department may
be said to bo thoroughly Up to Date.
Wo hahdleonlythose Chemicals and
Drugs that aro of the Highest Stand
aril of1 Purity and Excellence. . .
Physicians nnd families sending
prescriptions to us may be confident
that they will be carelully and skill
F. P. WELLER, druggist'
CORNER EIGHTH AND I STREETS a E
MUGCS LANDING RESTAURANT.
Ico cold beer 5c per bottle; also finest
brands of wines, liquors, and cigars.
Ico cold beer served In stone mugs.
OPPENHEIMER'S, 1021 7th N. W.
Haun't YoU Realized
during the "hard times" which have ex
isted for some months past, that an
amount ot money laid aside to meet
such a contingency would have beer,
the greatest blessing of your Ufa
Don't be caught in the same position again.
Open an account with
The Union Savings Bank,
12E F STREET X. W.
tETour per cent, interest oa ordinary sa-ring
reopen until 5 p.m. on Government pay
dayd and Saturday nvenings from G to S.
Have You Tried Our Health Drinks.
Mott's Best Ciders in one-halt gallon bottles for
5 cents. The best sweet, liard or crab cider.
Equinox mineral water in one-half gallon bottlce,
S3 cents. The Gemseo Fruit Cas uon-alcohottc
beverages, vln de Pomme, bop tonic ale. Equinox
ginger champagne and mineral waters, all
sparkling, in pint bottles, 5 cents. Goods deliv
ered free. J. W. Heed, cor. MnthandDX W.
Money to Loan.
First and second Jrust notes bought, $100 to
0,0U0 to loan on Maryland, Virginia, and Dis
trict of Columbia real estato at
B. J. P.. care of Times.
HE KNOWS HOW TO BLEND THEM.
Tod Fisher, an old Craftsman, is now blending
drinks for us. Now, boys, call and see him. He
will prepare a drink lor you "fit for tho gods
and a lunch "dt for a king."
CW to 610 G street northwest
Gredil! Gredil! Gredit!
Gentlemen's fine clothing made to order or
easy terms of payment.
W. J. THOROWGOOD,
WALL PAPERS, DECORATIONS.
ROOM MOULDINGS, SHADES, 4o
Fresco and Plain Painting.
Estimates cheerfully given.
till Fourteenth Street X. TV.
Special care and attention Is given to this lina
of the business at my store; and nothing but th
Eurest of materials are used at my counter,
ring your prescriptions to me and I will guaran
tee satisfaction, botti in price and accuracy
D. O'DONOGHUE, Pharmacist,
mhJ-lm First and C streets northwest
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