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'-'nrlm(qp,'" -17$"- "Sfipf" THE WASIIItfGTON CBITIO, THUBS Lh ft m Er K WASHINGTON 0EIT10 cxrr flpOMta. Hallday Fnrmtnrri Htoven,Ae.,r. Kudden, tu popalir Installment tner ehant, Centrally locked, at WO and 011 fler cnth street nortliwest, bts Just received one ct tbe most cxleoHve stocks of all kinds of boQieVceploff goods tbtt has ever been re ceived la this city, which will be sold at cash prices oo the lottUllment plan, with terms to suit ell purchase. A large atock of Union cook and heating stoves. Mr. Kudden li safe and reliable man to trade with, lie la the pioneer Installment me re bant ol the National Capital. Hnr hart's) Mew and Klenant In Ins Parlor. The popular proprietor ot thcie new and macule cently lurolched dining-rooms, which are eligibly located on tbe corner or and Tenth atreeta northwest, la miking a spcclslty of furnishing meala or luncbts to lsdtes, who are (alarse numbers In that lo cality dallydotnir tbetr. shopping. Gentle men or ladles will find Ibis restaurant miles and Yry nice placo to eo when bungry, Entrance on Tenth atreot. Everything flrat dais. Charge moderate and polite atten tion guaranteed. Vptmlum at the lfcroratlve Art Baonii, 015 K Ht. N. W., on Friday and Batardiy of this week, more tew jroode for Cbrlitmts gifts. Embrot dertdand baud-paloUd noTeittes.oew Ideas, designs and textllea for decorative par 1 jKwee. A cordial Invitation extended to all. The Finest anil Oldent Wlitiklea In tbe market at the old and reliable eatab lUbmentor. CnR. AMMiKJt, W9 7ttiat. n. w. OcKSforaaleor hire. Walford, 4S7 Pa. ate. Hophlna Uraneh Hardware KM all lUhment Mr. L.H. Hopkins, who li extensively engaged in the hardware and house-fornish lcg business at KH I'cnntjlTsola arenas northwest, has opened a laree branch at 03) F street northwest, and bu thoroughly stocked It with the aame claaa of goods as too mala store on the Avenue. Thanking the public for put favora at the Avenue store, he would reepectfniiy solicit their favors for the F street branch. A fall stock ol house-keeping goods, hardware, etc., kept constantly on band. "Oar Kersey Overcoat' la different shades, at $15, Is no catch penny bargain such se the air la full of,but"un questionable" good a and trimmings and our own make. Eisuux Bros., Manufacturers, cor. 7th and E. A Urnnlne Mivlaa Stem-winding watco given away with every $15 caab sale of ready-made clothing. "lUMBoaoin's," Under Metropolitan Hotel. DrlYcr'a Hye Cardial. Sure cure for coughs and colda. One dol lar per bottle. Depot, 605 Fa. avenue north west, Madame Payai. Hanlcnrs&Dd Chiropodist, will remove, De- camScr 1, to 703 Fifteenth atreet north rcat, over Thompson's drug store Male of Original ralntlnars, consisting of figures, atlll life, etc., by L, P. Spinner, artist, at tbe suction rooms of Walter B. Williams. No. 1001 Fa. ave., on the night of Dee. 1, 1897, commencing at 7 p.m. From tbe well-known reputation of Mr. Spinner as a careful and conscientious artist this sale offers a splsndld opportunity for those who desire to decorate their homes with flrat-claea paintings. fiO Sfr t BaMta. tka Cadsetl.aer. conn ol O and Elitenth street, north- ..." atel Wlaaaar can't iw eicened In flat labia board and' fcuawm apartments. ' "Oeur !" Men'. OtbtcmI coma. full, up to tli. nark, whether measured by "faaulcm'e aianaara," yonr own requirement, or in. "itrleUr ' dasund ol honesty. EuiiiurBROs., Uumltctarertl cor. 7th and asata'a ran caaoiea. 0 elrwt, cornu ot Elerenta it. northweet Tlia laeenor Beers. Th. oil baw lor ladles. . Xaaa Bat Pare oaadles raid, by BbMti, a .treat, cornar otEl,T nth .treat northwest. aeeta'a Caadlea bar. no aoparlor. Manufactured and .old MO afreet, coraar ol Eleventh northweet. "Shiitz, tbe contactlonar." m v. b-i. ' . ir;. iK. .':f w ..- !: TnaHaeea of Beera la a trll hlgber In prlcabut ol anparlor quality to all otbara. uraoaaipa chbox aooeb mad. to order. Eandaom. deUcna. Xerrand, 1013 Vmuf eyiTmua .Tenne. A ascaalae MirUs jBtam-wIndlng watch (Iran away with arcry .u . aatB W4 iHUj'wooa vwiwhu Under llauopolltan Hotel. i .- IU lie aj.eeaaary la boy erery law tool that eoteea oat, wee. yoa may haw th. priTUen ol reedlnc all yoa waat et tb. low prlo. of MS aabaarlp Uon tore, enure year. Mr. J. O. Free, jr., n,1MII atreet aortbweat, bu eU th. ataadard work, and all the sew book! aa eooaupobUabad. Cell end ubaerlb. CM" i- MmnriMnMt all Mm rnnfafttlnna. iBalaarooeo, eoraer Jlaranth end O atreeta. f taiaa'daaaalee. rrlrea Te-ar . -1 ooa. 1 creln, 6 eanta. ' ldoa.lRrelna,8 centa. 1 don. a gralne, 10 centa. 1 doe. 0 (nine, 90 caste. 100 lireto, Meente. lOOiireuMtUcanta. l0OStralee,7SMoU. 100RTauie,tlOO. TAtmnTa'a.lOUy.t.ii. w. ay Yaaur TkeakeertTta caaaUea ol "Bka.li, tka eoateetloner," comer ot a end Elereerth etreeU aortbwaat. LwnatMi Km repaired, apeeklag 4, n. evoaaujiii, uua re. ere CITY HEWS PAIU0RAPH3. Lis tniaatlnry held at tbe Washington Ughtlnfantry Ar mor y lut night, Mr. J wee M. Dassettwaa vicgivu Major ot loe rouriauaiviiioo. .A meeting of the Joint committee ot Irish societies will be held at tbe .Metropoli tan Hotel this evening, at 70 o'clock, to make arrangements for giving a reception to Messrs. Ktmonde sod O'Connor. Tbe tcaldence of Mrs. General John A. Logan was theacene ot a military InvaMon laat night. Logan CampQuard, under con maud of Captain Thomason, were the In vaders. The motive of tbo raid was to preaent Mra. Logan wltb an honorary mem ber's certificate, which wai done by Captain Tbomason In a uoat address. Tbe company bu unanlmoualy elected -Mailer Imogen Tucker aa their mascot. There ta every Indication that the din ner glren tbla evening by the Ladles' Aid Association of tbe Church ot tbe New Jeruaalem, on North Capitol, between II end Catrteti.wlll bo very largely attended. Oo former occaitonslt waa found that the aupply of cdlbloa waa not tqusl to tbe de mand, and every prrcautlon has been taken to provide agaluat lbt contingency tbla time. Tbe dinner will bo given from S to 7 o'clock. Eaat TTnulilfaEton. "Big Dick" Colclaxlcr, well known lo sporting clrclea In tbla city, ws. accident ally and almoat loetantlv Killed yesterday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock, at tbe corner of Third and E atreeta northeaat. Colclatter waa drunk at tbo time, andwhllo croialng the atreet waa knocked down by a cart and run over. Tbe driver ot the cart, a negro boy named Ed Mundy, waa driving slowly at tbo time and did not notice Colclarler unMl tbe latter had walked right in front ot tbe horto. The man was carried to Dr. Roberts' ofllce, where medical aid waa ren dered, but to no avail. Captain P. C. Pope, commandant of marines at tbe Navy-Yard, la In lloaton at tending tbe marine court-martial aeeem bled there. Lone Star Tent gave an entertainment and hop laat evening at Odd-Fellow's Hall, Navy-Yard. Elmon Q. Dixon, the son of Mr. G. Dixon, died auddenlyon Tueaday at Vienna, Va. Ills funeral took place at a o'clock to day, from tbe residence of his sunt, Mrs. Arthur Clement, C07 Twelfth street south east. Officer Brsnson arreated at an early bonr this morning a colored man named Jim Johnson, and locked blm up at tbe Fifth Precinct Siatlon-llouse on tbe charge of ateallng a wheelbarrow and overcoat nom Andrew Maeaer. Houlh Washington. Miss Rose Lynch won the gold watch last night at Bt. Dominie's Church i air, turning in some $".u. Mr. John F. lllley was voted tbe silver set. Miss Llzzfs Burns, the daughter of O nicer Burns, who won the trullar. will "stretch Its strings" with her numerous friend i at ner residence, m w&th street southwest, to-CgbU- --" An Insane colored boy has been locked up at the Fourth Precinct Station since Tuesday awaiting Idea .Ideation, lie re fuses .to give his name. Wat Washington The ladles of Trinity Catholic Church gave a supper and hop laat night at Forrest II all for the benefit of the poor ot George town. The hall was handsomely decorated and the tables beautifully trimmed wltb chrysanthemums and other flowers. The supper table was bountifully supplied with every delicacy, and was In charge of Mrs. Hazel assisted bv a bevr ot rounr ladles. The confectionery table presented an elab orate display of good things and was pre sided over by Mrs. Young, Mrs. Tblsn, Mrs. Trunneland Mrs. Cablll. The flower table wss an attractive feature and was In charge of MUs McGowan. Tbe handsome lemon ade booth was well patronised under the management or Mrs. Green. Mrs. uvde and Mrs. Mitchell. After sUDoer dancing wss lndvlged In until midnight. There wss a large attendance, and a goodly sum realized sor we poor. Tbe boat Seneca arrived tbla mornlmr with 3,000 bushels of corn and 100 barrels cffloarforO. T. Dunlop. There were three arrests to this pre cinct since yesterday, Temperature and condition of water at 7 a. m.i Great Falls, temperature, 83; condi tion, 80: receiving reservoir, temperature, 43; condition at north connection, 80; at south connection, 86; distributing reservoir, temperature, 41; condition at Influent gate house, 86; condition at effluent gate house, 86. A Ckremle Tendency Overcome, Many persons are troubled with a chronic tendency to constipation. They are of bil ious temperament. Tbe complaint to which they are subject, though easily remediable by Judicious treatment, la In many caaes ag gravated by a resort to drsstle purgatives and cholagoguea. As the human stomach and bowels are Hoed with a delicate mem brane, ud not with vulcanite, they cannot stand prolonged drenching with such medi cines without serious Injury. Nothing re stores and counteract a an habitual tendency to coostlpatien ao effectually as Ilostetter's Btomaca Bitters, lu laxative effect Is gentle end progressive. It neither convulses nor weakens the leteatloee, and Its effects are unaccompanied by griping bains. It , ironies the liver wnentbeorgsn Is sluggish. promotes digestion ana encourages appetite and sleep. For fever and ague, kidney troubles, nervous complaints snd Incipient roeumausm, it is incomparaoie. iaae a wlneslsse before meals and aee how soon you will rcuan mem. Marriage litre naea John Gould and Mary Dandrldge; Frank Morrison. Indianapolis, Iod., and Laura K. TJchlg Georgetown; Budolph Waahlcgton and Mary L. Ltwson; B. Frank Fetari, liar- rlaburg, Pa,, and Bus Jacobs, New York AID rOJt T1IK CAXAL. ltesldents of Mnrrlnud to fifeinorlallxe vongrens. The Executive Committee at tbo Marv land Canal Union held a meeting In Cum berland, Md ycatcrday to consider the lucatlon of calling a public meeting of 'the clx canal counties of Maryland to prepare a memorial to Congress, asking for Gov ernment aid for the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. A plan of action waa proposed, suggcBtlog that the Canal Union should urge upon the csnal men of each county tho necessity of calling meetings and preparing memorials toCongreaa. Also t bat st these mtetloga tho legislative delegations of the Ave counties shall be called upon to secure the passage by the Maryland Legislature of a resolution, reciting the Inability ot tbe Bt&te to aid the canal, under the present Constitution, and Invoking the assistance of tbe General Government, Tbe Hon. Allen Bowie Davla of Mont gomery County and others will prepare a circular, reciting tbe claims of the canal upon Congress, snd this circular will be dibtilbutcd among legislators and the people. AmiiMement Mote. Mrs. Julia Wheeler Morrlssey and her ron, Air. J. Duff Morrlssey, are Waiting Mra. Sully Wbeeler of tbla city. Mr. Mor rlssey la Juot two months old. and nearl gives himself tbe lockjaw In his efforts to talk. It may be unnecessary to state that be Is just like bis ps. Resident Msnager Haynes of Harris' BIJou st&les that Mr. J. II. Walllck, who comes to the Uljou next week to "The Cat tle King," probably possesses the largest andmott valuable diamond of any mem ber ot tbe profession, bis having coat blm $1,500. When John Rogers sees this he will probably bave a remark to make. Miss Minnie Palmer will present at Al bsugh's to-night, for tho first time In, Wash ington, her new play, "My Brother's Bis ter," by Leoeard (trover, In this play Miss Palmer ssaumes a dual role ot boy and girl, and ample opportunity Is afforded for the development and exhibition of her versatile talents, and alao her diamonds. Tbe plot of tbe play Is good, and there Is In Its dialogue and situations much moro of smiles than of tears. It Is her ere at us t dIit. and thera will be a houseful to see It, or there Is nothing id signs. If there la a smoother man tn thanrofea- slon than little John Rogers, we're got a enromo xor nimr Nat. Goodwin baa been dipping Into Washington aoclety somewhat during tbe week. Nat. Is a social success. It Lawrence Barrett could onlyperaual his partner, Edwin Booth, to come to Wat legion, what houses they would draw. It Is reported that Mary Anderson has grown so haughty that she refers to Ken tucky as one of toe provinces. Mme. Gereter should sue Henry E. Abbey for damages. ; it la the Beat. ' c r '' suavcer K. cnutir Muwauxea uw L 5..Jt?si,, Caa BrlTer-a By Cardial, . far eoDKfaj. eolda and ell bronchial tronblM. (1 par bottle. Dapot, 003 Fa. aT.au north- -:,i .ijt - . J Maeiatliiilaaaaddreaaaleaataaiped la elan at law aroma. Kamnd'e, Mil reaneylmleoToano UeaTXTM gosa, electric work. i. . Ksanno, 1M3 re, ate. ik'fi V t f k cev. 11 y., , ajeravt Xarakweat, J mM a ka t nmKn... reayn wumx .w " m V upnoiaienop; uooo. .ou t.i r falL rnrnltor. noboUtarad. aaaortaaentetlowaat price. - W. are Miller, "and roabt.f than out," ' - aaell-woot'taaVeolor Blyalan men'aoT.r ,' eat. Kuihas Bnoa, . - Manoleetarera, cor. 7th and E. - ' , tke umxtm. Bead year lac. curtain, to the Bwlaa WW faoMry, MM atrait. " ira wiaaklaurtaa nroaaeil Beef .. ao to t oaa K. Beuy. auna ow, aa ena nou 'OMrtMMerkat, end SOO and 208 Northern .Llbaray. , Corned beet e apaclalty. TrariBW Hi naauy enrrarad Irom your platat at 75 crate per hundred. Ker Vead, M rennaylranta eranne. WaareeelUog the ' bmt M.s'a Orercott tor 15 In Amvlca. Euuua Dao... , Manufacturer., cor. 7th and K. "gtnat, the tonlacUonar,'' HAMmnaar ly Wajtaaa.SJ' Tnah'Alderoey butter, churned ayarr iiSHLi i 3lTd in i lb "Ward'1 TV. a. a lh Alau. Mat,.-., .. aaT.eweat milk, So., pw Qt, Mil POWDER Absolutely Pure. This nowder never vanes, a marrel of purity, strength and wholeeoveness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and oan- nrtt km inM In nnmnatltlnn with tha mnltltnda) of low tost, short weliht alum or phosphate ppwaers eota. mtv n cant, kuxaj Df Q FOWDSB 00. 108 WaU St.. N. Y. A Great Remnant Day DRESS GOODS, In number a greater quan tity than we have had lo months. In assortment much larger variety. Las week one lady said "The; arc just grand, just wha I want for my daughter." They are all new, fresl goods of this season's put chase, and the low price wc make on the Remnant make them very tempting We shall offer to-morrow. 182 "Miort IcoRtlia of deslraMa DroiePal lies, ins Inn. Cfa rlety of neat Chccke, l'laldf. Fanor Mixture rtci, comprising Foules, CMhtneree. Serge Tricots. Hindoo Ealtlnirs, Cberlota nnd a ti ctoMwhloh will bo marked at ezceodloftl low ikuuiusub ini;v9. Extraordinary "Remnant Offering; of Ladies' WinJet- Wraps. Excellent opportunity t secure a serviceable oute garment at a great savin, on their original prices. Pos tively the best bargains w have yet offered. Tw tables full, LOTl. CI One Cloth GarmentJ. consisting of Jac) cte, Bliort Uraps and Vtsltos; colors, blac and brown; sizes 1, ao. 83 and 42 Former prices. ..H.S0, IS, 10, IDA) 'llemnant" price .. 83.10 11 Dlack Frlzo Visiles and Short Wrap lined with black quilted aattn end trlmmf with black coney fur. sizes 84, 88, ao and ii. llejular prices 110, lll.ia "Kcmnant" pi Ice, choloe $7M Call early Friday morn ing, as they will notlast Ion at these low prices. (Third floor.) Tire "OULob"!! WBtf Cloaks. We haye gathered t gether all the broken line: and shall offer them Frida in two lots at greatly r duced prices, viz,: 11 Children's Cloaks, In choloe varletr attractlre chocks and stripes, sizes 4 and fly Ileitular prices... $0 SO. $7, $7.60, S3 "fiemnaut" price, choloe tM B Hisses Cloaks, to plain andfanoychsc and stripes, wltb capes and hoods, etc., al 12 years. IteirulArprlose 9 83 and $10 "Kcnmant" price ..a.tr.W (Third floor.) eltjj Edward N. Klnnahan and Msriaerlts E. Bopp. John Ssaers and Emma FJsnna- Jinj Patrick Coatee and Geonrlena Csrroll; oha Chapman and Martha Smith; Charlea O. Baker and Mary E. Bulllvani Georse Tttornton and Martha Pratt; Joseph u. Bhrlvell and Amelia Stepheni, St. Mary's County, Ud ; James Alpbonio Thorn and juuao ihNaab. "Wby 1 Lara Thee," titalaUataooK bj Herodon Moraall ot the Hoatoa Idaal Troap.,pablUhad bj BermaDa t Taatel, 818 1 atreet. For alio at all music u OriiSa.at ABaiall Award Ulni. Tk, ault of John H. Harmon, for 115,000 damaiM acal&at tha Waahlngtoa and Oarftown Railroad waa decided to-dajr a.Tndlctoftd,COOlD(aTorof thaplalat , Tb, fonnar Tardlcl. from which an annul wa. taken, waa 13.000. Tbadam aft. ww. awarded for a dislocation of tie hip. Mr. Harmon waa thrown off tha car bj IU aaddea aUrtlcg, la April, 1883. Xta.li.zT Coaesrta. Tb. aaaaon ticket aala opena with a claaa etuel at Ellis & Co.'s to-morrow moraine at alfbt o'clock. Be. adT. Drtak Vail. Beat Brewias Cora. paajr'a flfllwaakee Ueer. tn.ackn.wleded Beer of the District. For trademark (which appeara on every bottle). aa flonday papara. KetallM by dealera aenwallj and wholeaala only by T. D. Har pw, 708 d 705 North Capitol atrMt. Boston VAE1BTY Store ! STATIONERY DETT., MIDDLE AISLC. Oar success In this department has been phenomenal, end vrhyf llecause by our method ot soiling fane o.ualUy writing pspers bytbe pound tfe slvo about twice as much f taper for the same money ai you would fret n the old way ot buying by tho quire at the stationer's. Add Inn to this our line ol domestic and Ira Krted Box Fspetcrles. we can salt the popu- demand or the most fastidious taste. uire ma trial and we will prove what we say, Berkshire Mills. Commercial or Octavo size. Cream or White, per pound (about 100 snoots), ISO. Franconla llllli, White Wove, aoe tb. Broad Laid Linen, Com, or Oct., Ruled or Tlaln, 80o lb. Smooth Cream Wore Com. and Oct., Ruled or rialn, SOo lb. Antique, Finest Com. or Oct., 3Co lb, Marcus Ward's Irish Linen, Octavo 49o, Commerolftl 09o lb. overlaid Mall, Foreign, 49a lb. Envelopes to match, so and lOo package, BOX FATETaUlIES. Parchment. Serrated Edge, Old Berkshire Mills' Eclipse ltatKod Edse, sso a box. Cream Octavo, F&ncv Box. Bo. Fine Octavo, daya ot the week, 19c A FINK LINE OF FANCY STYLES. Email Square, Lonr and Narrow Scotch Plaids, etc.. 80, 49. 09, &9o box. Fine Plush Boxes of Btatlonorr, Satin Lined In Garnet. Blue, Oranjte, Heliotrope and Ca nary PJub, 7&c, Wo, 11.85, f 89 Writing Desks lu Leather, Walnut, Rose wood, Maple and Plush, WJc, f 1,49, etc. Carter's Ink. Black Letter Bo, Blue Black, 10c. R Mat Black Letter eso. Fast Red lOo. rocket Ink Stands 38 and no. Cut Glass Inks Hi, 89, 49C, 11.99, tl.99. Large line of Bra and Olive wood Inks, ProjtreailTft Buohre Sets 49 and 7Bo. Paper Cutters, Penwipers, Pencils, etc. BOSTON VARIETY STORE, BMITIl A WAEDWSLL, 7q5-7O7-7O0 Market Space. Wimi For worn-out," rnn-down," debilita ted aohool toaobere. mlUlners, scftmstrcs, housekeepers, ana jeeDie women Bint-runy, Br. Pleroft's Favorite Prescription is tho t of all rcatoratlvo tonics. It Is not a "Cure-all," but admirably fulfills a slnglo- Rom of purpose, being a innat potent Hptci o for all thnee Chronlo Wmknisses and Diseasre peoullar tn women. It Is a power ful, general as well as uterine, tonic and nervine, and Imparts vigor nn1 etrentrth to the wholo system. It promptly currs weak ness of stomach, lndletttlon, bioatlnfr.weuk bkwk, nerrous proairatloa, debility nnd aleeplessness. In either sex. Favorite Pro scription la sold by druggists und r our io flM BiwrnnfaW. fiefl wnippor around ttnttta. Prleo luu. or six houip for 9 haw. rnppor Bott A Urtrn TrofttlHA Oil DlMXUTH Of WOlTltn (BU paures), profusely Illustrate, sent for ton oenta in atamps. - Addnns, Would a DlsPBAnv Mroioai, AasociATioir, eo3 Main St., Buffalo, N, Y, SICK HEADACHE. BUioiM Ucndache, and UoastinatUin, oured by Dr. Ploruo'S PoUeta, W cwts a vial, by driigglats. CI6AB8 AND TOBACCO. SapoST,Bu?LDiNS8SI K Sol Agents far tha Banner CIgarros. "Odi Sizes" in Late' Ms, Having only one suit le of these particular style we offer them Friday e ridiculously low prices i order to cause their instar disposal, quoting exact sizi 1 Ladles' Navy Blue not&espan Cloth So alia 40, Irom 810 to to 73. 1 Ladles Navy Slue Tricot Salt, size irom ,13.00 to as. 1 Ladles' Gendarme Caibmere Bull, alze from ,30 to 13. 1 Ladles' floe Black Cashmere Sett, alza from $1 totalis. 1 Ladles' Browa Cashmoro 8n!t. molro a! trimming, size 38, from IU to 123. (Third floor.) 'roaa Sizes" in Jerseys. Attractions extraordlnai for this Friday. 8 Ladles1 Doacle Jetseys. In black, gari ana nary, sizes 84. 85 and 88. Regular price II 2S Jtemnant" price..... ,..7ftO 0 Dlack Hno Btocklnette Jerseys, sizes SSaod-to. Ite-rnlar price 1160 "Remnant" price tl.W S Dlack Extra Fine Alt-wool Jerseys, br and bead trimmed, perfect fitting andt styllBb, sizes 88 and 40. Regular prloe 1100 "Remnant" price ,,,..lfl7B (Third Coor.) "fiemnant Sale" ol WraDoers. i Black-and-White Pla Cashmere Wrapper, size 3 Regular price ,.w1400 "Remnant" price J75 lGrayCuhmeie Wrappor, size 80, fron to 111,76, 3 Gray Flannel Wrappers, braid trlmn. sizes 84 and 88, from IS to 91 1 Garnet Casbmere Wrapper, plash trlmn size 38, Iroin 119 to IS W. (Tblrd floor.) '"H Sizes" in Boys' Ms. To dispose of these i odd suits on Friday i offer them at the follow! greatly reduced prices: 8 Boys' Navy Blue Jersey Bults, irlth to matun, alzca 4 and 4H yeara. BtBUlar price ....,,,..,130 "Itemnant" price, , 11.50 1 Boys' All-wool Brown Hatd One piece Suit, slw a, tears. B.ffnlar price ,....IS.7S t'ltemnanl'1 prlco ,1.03 1 Boya' All-wool Casbmere Knea-panta f brown fanoy mixture, mad. Norfolk a alze 6 years. , IteBUlar price t3&1 "Itemnant" irlce .13.73 2 Boys' Blue Velvete Two-piece Kilt Suits,' N folk style, finished in an cellent manner, sizes 4 a 5 years. JOB PRINTINB. 11IIOMAS MCOILL. a 00. (aaocoors to HoalU Wltherow), HUrlTBUS AND BTUlBOTPTSRa, No, 1107 XBt, Northwest, Waahlnirton, D.O. GOOD WOKK AT PAIR PRICBS. T) O. POLKIKUOBK, Booh, Job and Pastor Prlulor, 3 AND 634 D ST1IKS1 N.W. Near oorner Ttb at. JAB- H.ICoGIXjL, DXILKB IN BDILDINQ BDFPUXa, MS to 914 Q street northwest, next National Rifles' Armory. Arohlteotnral Iron Work, Cement, master rtra Brlok, Firs day, WaU ilata, Faint, oils Rajralar price "Remnant" price. ....Ill ..17.00 1 Boys' Seal Brown V veteen Two-piece Kilt Si N orf oik style, well ma and finished, size 4 years. Regular price...,..,,,., $9 75 "Remnant" price 1900 1 Roys' Blue Velveteen Suit, Norfolk s perfect shui and elegantly Unliliod, equi Lustom work, sizes years, Rejrular prloe , Ill "Remnant" price f 10 1 Itoys Dark Brown Plaid Orerooat, n double breasted, with capo, size S years. ItpffQlarprloo II M "ILemnant" price ,.,, 3.00 WOODWARD & LOTHRC Cor. 11th anil T aju. If. W. - ? "fj fAifl JA.