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,- - 'efySgM tvi- JsflSffi asrcP3ggi fSWJ --,- ig"&- i TOE JBYEUlffGr TIMES, THUES DAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1896. 3 S OR THE REST OF THE YEAR According to the Notice Pub lished Last Week - Drs. McCoy and Cowden Ex tend the S3 Opportunity to All Applying Before January 1. They Were Able to See Only u Mntill I'nipoitlon of 'll'o-e Al- I'lylnj; llurlii"; llii" Lutt 1).itk ol Oc tober. Dr. Mi Coy MiiIion the l".xtenioii Ample It Couth Two rull Montlm. According to ttic notice given In tlie dail) papirs last vvck, Dr SicCo) has ex tendcd tin- :( rate lor Hie iclu.illnl; r of thevcar The 5-3 rate was made with the purpose of giving all an cipportuiill) to lake advantage ir it The crowds nt patients who thronged the McCo) officii, during the lonrliidtiig da) of tl c mcntli ntirclv rrmtr.itiil this puriiose ihe phy sicians were able to sec; ,. ., Onlv u .siiiull 1'ropoitlon .r those who npi lied If Drs McCoy nrd OiHtlen hai! lien wini) doctors Instead or two docurs the loulu i ot have la gnu to havecm-d for the people. l)r McCov lelt that in extending the. rate from s-eplenilier through Octobc r he had given aliundant lime to all, 1 ut the evems of the last few da)s ot the month show him that he was mistaken He, therefore, as soon as this was realized, 6ent out published notices, ICiiliic-stliiLr l'ntlents to "iult until the coming week, and eMi ndlng the rate, not for a week or for a month, hut for the entire time elapsing between now and the 1st or Januar) He made the e tens'on ecu or two months instead of one, bj that there might lie aliundant tune, mi that there migiil lie no repititiori of the scenes of the last few dijs, and the burn ing and confusion incident to them Suph imtirereilfnffll rrowds as llirisc that rilled ms parlors liitcrferid both with his work and with the comfort of tlio B :aiient- The extension en me ran- iur he remainder of the iar win sue au A Deliberate opioriuiiuj-. There mid lie no burning and no con fuson All who appl) ror treatment 1h rore l.umirv 1 will he treated until cured at the rate or 5.1 a month This is poi t.velv anil absolutely the last opportunity um'er the rate, and it is ccrtaiul) a gin erous and ample one in time 31 its. rnii.ii'-.ox ok mi: hoys hkkokm school cvitr.i) of di:akxi-..5. Sir.. Ann 1'lilllp-on of the Ho)- Iteturm Sellout, on Bladcnsburg road ne., Washington D.C.savs "The clearness In tv case, I am sure, resulted from a Catarrhal condition. When I went to Doctor MiCo I could scared) hear any sound a tall. I had heard of IN tor McOoj's disroverv ot a cure for deafmss and his location of a national practice in Wash ington. I asked the manager or our school IT lie would not look over the topers and rind Doctor McCo)'s address. . . t Ssl iS-tli i--C.-. '' Kg A? A -AT r r-v & Mrs. Ann Flilllpson. of tlio It s Reform iscbool, cured uf ueafiic4. "He round it and irive it to me. I went to see Doctor McCo) and placed myself under his treatment. At that time I was l.. a.., r l rimlilii't hear the canine in the laundry room ot the school. I couldn't hear the txijs plajins In the yard. Doctor ilcCoj has restored m) lie irinj;. I can now hear onlinarj conversation and all or dinao sounds." A IKJiMOIt TITIKinS IIOIII As A J'ATIKNT AI AS A DOCTOIt. Doctor C. P. SlcKiihelincr. 4(1 sixth ct an room --, is a well known prac titioner or Virginia and a srad late of the University or .Maryland in lt-G.f. In this remarkalile testlmons he speaks or the wonderful alue to liumaniij of Dr. ilc Coj 's treatment rrom two standpoints. 1-irst, he-pcakslroin his owneipirimce. lie had been hard of Inarms Tor tin years, lie took the treatment himself and he is now .i ble to hear a w atcli liik and ordinury conversation lie i.peiH.n ns Patient. These are ms words I hud bien hard or ncariiiR Tor ten sears 1 he runctions of one of m e-irs L'rt! mtirelj j;one The disccso of the membrane jn niy ne had extended from the throat to the eustachian tubes, cauMiiK deafness Sev eral Iricnds ot mine who were entirely deaf had been entircls cured by Doctor Ale Coj. and knowini; or thee remarkable re sults 1 placed mseir under his care. I remained under his treatment for six months At last to no surprise I round I could hear a watch tick anil hearordmarj conversation without clirriculty I tma Pcc-n deprived or the ahihtj to continue comcr-atiou Tor vears llie restoration or niv hearniK was cntirel due lo Doctor JIc Cov's treatment. lie MieuUn as n Doctor. SpeakitiK irom a physieKurs standpoint ortiiIsmarvelouslrealmenlDr..McLiiheimer savs One has hut to undergo this treau me:nt to appreciate it. It reaches every diseased sjiot or the membrane from the nasal passage to the deepest part 0r the lungs and recesses of the middle ear. It soothes the membrane until the soreness in the eustachian tubes Is all gone. Thenlr is allowed to enter und escape from the throat as maj be reciuired. The morbid condition of the t.vmpaiium Is relieved and llic rinsing antrrraekliiK noises in the ears are all Koue. It is truly a wouderrul treatment." CUMIN" SIUIIUUS CAIAIiHII. ,T. I). Itolllii"Oll, IT2II :14th st., WfHt Washington "For twelve ycirs I had tiis-ii au invalid iroin Disease ot tlie 8tom BChand Dowels, lirougiiton by nCiLirrh.il condition For twelve years I had b(Vn passing luueusand blood, gniwing weaker uml more miserable all the time I'hvsi enans and remedies lalle-d to allav my Distress MY .NKHVOUb hYbTKAI WA8 i;NTllti:LY IIUUKUN JimV.V, and I Vas Indeed a sick m in when I went to Doctor LtcCoj He has made a new man of me." ClTHINr. ECZEMA. John H. Hnik-er, laiO 12th ut. tin-.: "The lxjtema from which 1 surrercd for nearly three years extended ur.UI it cov ered ni entire bodv except ray rcet andmy bands. No medicine or no treatment seemed to have the least erfect upon it THE SMAKTINO AND ITCIII.Vg' -Ah INTENHB. THEUE WOULD BE A bOALINIS FROM SIV I10DY OF OVEIt i half A ri.vr DuniNo the day. One daj I rend Dcctor ilctoj's explana tion or how Skin Diseases resulted from Poisons In U10 hlood. I conchidcd to go to In in at once. 18 NOT MY CURE A MARVEL? In a comparatively short time be lias driven off raj body oil sores. I bae no trace of the Eczema left." I-"-" CONSUIrATION FItEE. ' McCoy System of Medicine DR. J. CRESAP flcCOY. DR. J. M. COWDEN, -' Consulting Physicians. 7i5 i3th Street Nortrmest. Officii IlonrM, 0 to 12 n. in., 1 to 5 I. m., 0 to 8 p. in., dally; Sunday, 10 . m. to 4 p. in. v PLEA FOR t Mrs. Parkliurst Doss Not Be lieve Bicyding Is Immoral. CHARLOTTE SMITH IS WRONG Sensation. of f GnltiK About In Short or Divided Skirt n New One and Doc-H ot AIwujh IIao u Ooocl Kffeet Uo-.hlp for Itlders or the Mlent btet'd. Mr. Charles II. TarUiurst, who is an enliiuslasiic vv neelwoniau, dees not believe that blcjclins; is Humoral, or that It tends to produce Immorality. Her opinion Is in v aluable because- It is not based on theories, and she does not hesitate tOMVeitr. "Of course, 1 do not believe that hicy clltu is Jiiliuoml," said Mrs I'arkliurbt. "1 am a ivheelwoman injself, and Ijeliuvc that the w heells benellcial Troin cv cry peint ofvletv I understand there has been a Kood deal oroKilalicjuover the nuilter here, and no onecciuldhavebeen nioresurprisedthau I to hear w hen I was abrcid, Hits summer, or Mrs. Charlotte Smith's so-called "cru sade ' 1 have not the slightest sympathy Willi her movement, and am convinced she Is vvionfrom the found itlon The bicycle Is a very active axent in the advance or inoi iility A Kirlvvlioridesa vvheelislilluil out of hersiir.iudher surruuuditiKs. silieis made to breuthe purer air, see fresher and more beautiful sex-nes, and ,ii an amount of exercise she would not otherwise Kct All thlsls llWlIv beiR-fici.il No one whohasriddeu aboutamoiiKtlie niouulalns or h ilzerland, this summer, as I have done, and centiuunlly breathed in that wonderrull) e-xhilaratlns air, could doubt theaitvautaes to be trnluedliumthe blcjele Yet there are other pilots to Lo considered The use or the whet I maj be overdune Noforni or exercise Is ood rora woman if she takes too much orit irshe Kocs into it too -violently and with over iiuch ambition, 11 may vveakeu audeviut iially Injure her ISut ir illness results in such a case, the fault should be attributed, not to the bicycle, but tothcrfil "Then In repird to the attitude taken by Mrs Smith Of course, when women or eiiltureniid refiiteuic-ntridethe wheel, then Is absolutely no danger, as they are suffi ciently well pols-cd to make danger out of the question, and to receive noi)lnt: but pood influences rrom their sport With a great number or shop Klrls and other young women or inferior education and training, the matter becomes a little more serious I admit th.it vv he-re these are concerned there is a tcndincy to ueccua a little bold and unrenniiine They be come excited and self-consciousas thev no tice the attention they attract, and' this TOM BURNS. Tom Burns, by which name the man Is known who will box I'at Raed tomorrow night, looks every Inch a fighter He Is somewhat taller than his antagonist, and, of course, has less flesh on his bones than the Dlstricllad Heis nnuiiknowncpiantit In thiBlocahty He Is not without a record, however, lie Is now thirty-one years or age, and has been boxing since he was twenty years old. Llurus lirst right or Importance was with "Spike"' Tralnor w ho lasted nine rounds, at San Francisco At Minneapolis at dif ferent tlmeshe fought P.itsv Cardiff rift ecn rounds ton draw, also I'at Killtm six rounds to a draw. Jcliti I' Clow In five rounds, Qullan in five rounds. sllniuljte. them to Hill further display. Man) of tticiiilM'teiiei-'r Bum-.ilX'Utbufore in such free JUtl unrf-trained laslilon and tor a time the J are a little dazzlid b) thtir freedom. lhe sensation of golns aliout in jiubllo with short or divided skirts Is a new one, audit doej uotalwajb hau a Kootl effett. liowecrt I think we can trust lo the ma jority of the girls to come out all risht Duly those with naturally Immoral ten dencies will become immoral uhile usluir the wheel And 1 tliluK the (joldntH that I referred to would be done .in) with, to a I.irice extent, if women would not wear bloomers or anything of that nature. "There is no need of a w uinau wearinj troupers It ma) be a little caster to ride, but there Is no need of it It is turcly very eas) to ride in a short skirl, and inrimtely more modest, womanly and Licoiiiing. The proper costume is a ciieular clctli skirt, with cither silk bloomers or Wuol equestrian tlBhlsw orn underneath Andthataw omju's modest) ma) 1 c uLove r(irouch,il Is well to have the front of tl.e skirt llnc-d with crinoline or some stiff material that the outline of the figure ma) not I e platul) seen while one is riding. Any light, flex ible sl.irt requires stiffening of this sort. "Then, as a final point, I do not thins that a woman should ride in the crowded ell) streets any more than is absolutely necessary, fahe should lake her bic)cle exercises lu quiet, retired places I can nolaccustom in) self to seeing women wheel ing in and out of the chief thoroughfares, avoldiugtrucksandcablecarsand carriages, and barely escaping with their lives. "If all these precautions arc obscned, and w omen neither dresscouspicuously nor ride In conspicuous places, nor ride overmuch, I am sure the) could take no better ex ercise than blcjtling, and I am heartily In its favor. I cannot believe an.) 'cru sade' against It will be succcsf fill.' A New Tork paper tells us that the blc)cle girl is not exactly h creature of today howecr firmly we may believe it. She appeared In England as long ago as lal'J, and created nearly as great a sensation as she has in recent times. She did not wear bloomers or short skirts or anythlns out of the common In the way of clothes. On the contrary, the machine was to constructed that her dress, in the words of a contemporary writer, could float easily and gracefully to the ground. A picture shows the original bicycle girl as she appeared in 1819. The machine has two light Iron wheels running In a line. The front wheel turns on a pivot which, by means of a short leer, serves to steer the machine. The back wheel always runs In the same direction. The vehicle. It Is claimed by the French, is a develop- et Jliese facts Be indelibly Printed On Your Memory. Dr.Walker, 1411 Fenn. Ave.. AJ). WHlard'i Hotel. Cures Where Others Fail. Are you of the vast number who suffer from the miserable, wearing feelings which inevitably urc coexistent with Constipation, I Dizziness, Hervonsness, I Chilly Sensations, Stomacn Troubles. I Headaches, Backaches, General Weakness, i Despondency? Dojousufferrroin CATARRH, ASTHMA, TILES, HHONCHITIS. RHEUMATISM, NLliUALCiIA, SCIATICA . LUAIHAGO, Fl -MALE TUOIHILES, HEART DlbEAhE. HRIGHf.S DISEASE. HI.ADDER TROTI IILES, RUl'TURE, 1,1 VER COMl'L.lNT. MALAR! , CHRONIC .SKIN OR ULOOD DISEASE? c '1 he highest fee charged by Dr. Walker, whether jou have one or more diseases. Is ifa a mouth. Tins includes all medicines. Orriee hours dally, lo to 5: Sundajs, 10 lo IS; Moiulii), Wednesdav, Thursday and Saturday eveuiniis, fi to H. CONSULTATION TREE. incut or one that was Inverted by the llaion de Urals de "Miuerbuii, a French engineer. He brought his machine be fore the public lu lolS. l"t was quickly adopted and Improved In Engl.n.d The Scottish Cjelist tells a, good sUiry or how an American plajcd a neat trick on some London eelists. Thv'Yankie was Inspecting some multicvcles, 4iid express ed grave doubt when told about the speed that could be got outol them. To convince him, he was invited lo tuke the back sent or a ctuad during a twent) miles' rjn on thu North road. The Yank accepted, and the machine was soon under wa, three or the riders putting in every ounce In order to make good lime Hv and by they U'g.ui In think that the work was much harder than usual, and the steersman muttered something aliout tie rear rider being a dead one Still the crew pegged awaj, and at last reached their destination, cverj man more baked Hum anotlur. Then tl.o skipper or the crew. In a series or gasps, asked the stranger low he liked it "Just elegant"' was the enthusiistie answer. "You did the last mile just under two minutes. Xev er enjoj ed in v self so mucli before." No wonder, Tor he never pedaled an inch the whole wa With Ills fiet c are rullv propiR-d up, he sat, wateli In hand, timing the miles as tlie stones flew b) A nember of prominent leng distance pro fessinml riders hive alreadv cornmc no d tramm; for the big Intern itlonal six dnjs' bicycle race, which comiuenes at Madfsun Square (Jarden on lleci'mbir 7 Alfred Schock, Frank Albertand 1'cterGoIden will He fought Mike Conlcy. the Ithaca Giant, three rounds, winning on a foul At Ash lind, Wis., he nnJt and dereatcd O II Smith with b ire knuckles in twelve rounds He fought Ilillj Hennesj twice, to a draw each time, eight and twelve rounds mark ing the contests He ckreitcd Con Raj don In America In sixteen rounds, and de feated I'at McCue and one Larklns, one arter the other, in a single night. llurus was dereatcd by Con Itavdon In Austral! unt went) -one rounds. and joe Itut ler also got the best of him In the Quaker Citj In nine rounds. He was the sparring partner of "Denver" Smith ror about one j ear, and twice sp irn-d with Steve O'Donnell. one time being a benentror JohnL. Sullivan. st.-irt from New Tork cltv hall on their xi heels for Saratoga, where they will train for the big race As the roads are In goiKlcoudition, they should make sood time and (Kisslbl) establish a new record. The usml weekly bulletin of the L A W Racing Hoard contains Utile of Inter est to riders In this Mclnitv, nearly all of the items belne Rii-nen.lonR and transfers of riders not generall) Known. LOKD J: U1RSH, VutoluUon Sale, We are tired of saying that this dissolution of partnership sale is the "greatest opportunity on earth." We are not delighted at having to sell at 40 per cent off regular prices, but the necessity of turning the stock of clothing into cash before Ueceraber3i necessitates the cut. On that date the disso lution takes place and the settlements will be made in CASH. Hence this 6ale at 40 per cent off. To you it simply means the saving, oi exactly 40 per cent on your winter suits, trousers, and top coats The sale does not really include the Furnishings Department, yet we have reduced its prices in proportion. 6pH!BSH The White Bulletin cV!sSi $ $ The LAW must be obeyed, even though at a loss of thousands of dollars. li Study These Prices: lV.V. WA .? SlftCOSnlls, madeof stylish sight- ly goods, any or them well worth m Y&YSSa SI3.no buiti, serrlceablc, strictlv $ all-wool. poiitool patterns. Choice. 1 15.00 Suitn. Otir Zonular 515.&3 buit rocs for V$Sv$$ Slb.(0 kHts. JpMraLIoWorsteils, Vss y inu ' t,uoice WWjA tXOO Milts e-le-antly tailored sSSSSSS Dress -ult8, well w..rth t.OVO. i! Clmlcc '..-.-. &A V,Mi SJidoSiilt". flnft-.itiiportcl and VW& dfliucstie fjbrjes. ccilt d ta cu- $Ns3 loni made. Clmlpe 1 if Men's Overcoats. iTOO OvcrcnatnU mads? niul rvlccab'c. 'iftlown to. 8lOUOvertMtsni,v!e uf durab'o, 31 J ll-i fiwi'ua. . vtijtlUW IIIU.,,. 5stss flSUO Overcoats, i:j ishandclesir- S able, ami splendid bargains. Wiso Untdoniitn JsWsys' j:n(0 ovcrcoai-.au st)ics, good, '. hoi est m.iurla a. Cutduunto VCC? KICO Ovcicn-t. all Hie newest -NS; st) Us anil fabric. Cut down to -?i fcS M) Ovetcoats. lnalo of flnett Sftyyi nun-rial, lluest tailor made, SitV& Cut down to ; lluest tailor made. to Boys' Suits, vss.si mm. KSxSss S7 01 llojs' Suits, strorg cooJs, JvsNJsSN ' ue-ll n aile.-inil fit perfect, ilz-if' 11 tol'Jjears. otor & i 10 00 11 1. suits iloubloand sln vJJsSSS g o bre stiil. In blue and uiitl 'issAsss iu ui colors. (o for y. 12.00 Dov huits silizle anil Uou- II mixed ehe-v hits, uu fur ., Mm Men's Suits. SXsSN 17.50 Suits, well made. In ueat'int wy.VM terns, cxcellcwi-vivlues. Choice M& Hen's Pants. '$y''M IJOl'.iiits.Uunb'cinilvvcII-.i'ailo TCn ( working pants. Lufur Uu Smss": El "" l'ai t. neat styles, well OTn hi) uade. Ou for 0b w& The goods uiust 1 .eeniiuil price, klliiwn sN bnfure all estimate uf llie iinpurtuiico ui I Greatest of Clolhing sxsV-N r111 k" l,,me'' .NxixS plilln Hslire.. '.'A mm l.(.rthliif luarkctl lit ?2ZJssS of handsomely tailored Men's, Boys" and Children's Clothing, manufactured by us for the Fall ?M and Winter, IS96-'97, at prices which will astonish the most economical purchasers. A GUARANTEE of the New York Clothing House goes with every purchase in this sale, and Wk we cheerfully refund money to dissatisfied purchasers. The Great Litigation Sale By Order of the Court. fTHAUKrnAiyrxo. j -; ?ritr?ciS RflCill WM l?.IATPU TUr mm t sailor I'tiBlUst tJi-tttiur In SiiniH I!o ritz..ljnniour. Pan rranus.'.i. Oil., '; 3 Tom felnr kc) Is knuckling down to work at Ihe Cliff llou-e, his old iruiuns u,uaHcr Tom la partial lo the Cliff He ,con-ider- It the greatest training gruiind ni the s-tate, and licuitticMtri near b Ins .right 1hefre-h-estalr in the wnrld can be- sniffed there, ami the surf butlung is greail to Us liking , , A spin around the seal rocks before breakfast Is mere child I'-! f"r 'tf doughtv pugilist. He. re. els and grows flesh) and strong in cr.lll) brine. Tom has Ull tmilh and George Allen assisting him inlns wurk-.andlii arew daysllann) Need liain will be ni'li him let ready for his mill with Green DanuylnlU hao an in stnictor of his own, but he and Tom will spar now and then fcharke) pronounces Danny the greatest man lu hi- class, and Uanii), on Ihe other hand, thinks hharkey prelt) near right, so the) get along together like two old com rades. A small g)innasluiu has been filled i... ... Ihn f'llrr llnlKU I Mil it is USfd t' l'T ariernoon b) 'he man who is sanguine of conquering r iizsimmous ne- puueuea mc bag Ihere, and duo other exercises. After the gjinnasium practice he dresses and prepares fur dinner Tom is confi dent or whipping the Australian "I will win, and win sure," were his last words to a part) who saw htm at the Cliff )csterday. "I was not afraid of v. aim I guess tlu- man won't scare rr." 1 will fight t-iin from the .er) start, a id he won't get a moment's peace until .t 1.- tr I will keep linn a dancing tillue of us gltes out. and I assure )ou it won't I-eine. 1 will belli better condition than I was when I met Jim I will knuw more about sparring. Smce then I hae learned a lot, but m) ph)sical condilum won't be any better, for I am jluajs in excellent trim Eet )our money that Tom Sharkey will win" Himnlne: nt llcuuiiiR. The autumn meeting of Ihe Washlngtrn Jocke) CI uli begins on .Not ember 17. The stewards lor the meeting are S S. How land nnd Jesse llrow n. W. Ij. Towers will be the judge, C. T. 1'elUngill the starter. II. G. Crickiuore clerk of the course, and scales, T. M. Urancy Uu timer, and W. S. Vosburgli the haiidlcapper The executive committee consists oi August Ilelmont, Jesse Brown, S S. llcwlind, J. A. L'aker, A. C. Harney, Woodnurv lllalr, 11. Itozier Dulanv, W. C. Kustls, O. T Hnencr, Ben Hellen, nenry May, i:. II. JIcGulre, Sam uel ltoss and Guy F. Whiting. 3IISCI'XJ.ANEOLSSrOHTS. Entries for the stake eventsto be run dur ing the nic ellng of the Crcsci nt City Jockey Club at New Orleans -will close on Xo em ber 14. Kile) Grannan will be admitted to the California Jocke) Club's track, as the offi cers of that organization think he was ruled off on too trining a pretext. Peter Maher is the favorite in his coming match with Joe Cho)nskl. Quite a lot of I'lttsburg and Philadelphia money will be on ilaher when the men meet on Nov ember 16. Marty McLaughlin, of West Philadelphia, Is anxious tu get on a match with Jimmy Kelly, of the same place, at 118 pounds for a purse before any ot the local athlctlcclubs. Johnny Murphy, the Boston bantam, who was recently defeated by "Pedlar" Palmer at London, has returned to America, and sh)s1icis ready to meet any 11G pound man in the world. Stee O'Donnell is finding it difficult to get on a match since refusing to meet Hob Armstrong, Tarson navies' colored giant, The latter and Frank I. Slavin have been matched to box in New Xork. Joe Choynski will not go io College Point, -LI , as he expected, but has decided to go to Sharpshooters' Park, about twenty miles from Chicago, and train there until three or four da, s before the fight with Maher conies oft in the Broadway Club in New York. The coming combat lictwcen Solly Smith and Willie bmitli, which is to be decided at the National Sporting Club, of London ou next Thursday night, is creating a great deal of talk in this country. In the pre liminary rigni uiuv mil, me ricKaninny," is to box Arthur Callan ten rounds for a purse and stake. It is said that the Maryland Racing Asso ciation Intends to keep-the races going all winter. Racing will commence at Elklon again, and go through the list of all tho tracks that have been built this season. The racing association say they don't fear ItiatManland'sracinglaws will be repealed next year, for the reason that all ot tUe QQ&QQ44&Q&$&&&Q4G&GQW&H&S-QW&G&&W4&GG49W&&446&QQQ4Q&$GtQ&lQQQ LITIGATION SALE! $ 75,000 WORTH OF CLOTHING MUST BE SOLD. owe could $3.75 $5.00 $6.50 $7.50 $9.00 W"TJ owe an apology tc H , of patrons. Many 1 tention due to them yesterday. Our help was in sufficient to handle the big crowd. We did not ex pect such a generous response to our first announce ment. More salesmen have been secured, and our bargains will be as wonderful as ever ?Im-.. perative orders from the court necessitate our turning this great stock of Fine Clothing into ready money. No matter what sacrifice we make it must be done to legally satisfy the claims of the heirs. It is of paramount importance that the affairs of Rein hardt, Dolan & Co. be concluded and settled without b loss of time. To obey to the letter this per emptbry order of the court, we must, perforce, make gigantic sacrifices, and sell regardless of cost or value. Those who want clothing can buy at half its value those who don't'need it JUST NOW will save many dollars by buying for future use. NO PR13DEMT PERSON SHOULD tfviSSS TH5S SALE tT 1(1 flfi JIU.UU tTI1) C(1 4I,3U $3.50 T rn yTiUU TT Cm 4.uLrj q I n n allU.UU (T I ) (tl J)Z.UU (T I flfj 4I'4.UU $3.50 $5.00 $6.00 Kotliing Will Be Latest Styles in RESERVED. MEN'S, BOYS' Everything Must Be Sold. Children's Clothing. Sales; OTJIR, ISnSPTIIEE STO.CK: Mew VnrEr ninlhinor Hnn.Qp B HASrilATJ. NOTI'. The magnates are thinking, silently thinking Jue Corbett expects to pitch some for Fanta Cruz, in the California League, this winter. Cleveland and Louisville are not rep reiMtiil among the first thirty nine base stealers Dan Breathers' retiring bluff 1 as I ecn called again He will sign with fcprtng field for next season Jay Faatz, once a favorite, his recently bought a hotel In Svracuc, and now is a rull fK deed boldface Shortstop Dahlen, of the Chicago club, recened but Sl.bOO during the past season, and has asked for?2,10eifor next ) ear "Hug" Hcllidiy, tlie Cincinnati baseball pla)er, mil write sheets for a well-known bookmaker at the New Orleans meeting. An exchange sa)s the Western league Is expected lo draft heavily from the leas league, where there are mauv promising plajers It is probable tl'ihf. there will be a Vir ginia League next season, notwithstanding the defection of the ltlehmond and Norfolk dubs to the Atlantic League. The Atlantic league1 Is baving consider able trouble In getting t'gether iMAeral meetings have been calUd, but delegates have lieen too scarce to do business Next jear will be Breilensteln's slth In fast company, says an exchange, and with l'eltz behind him and the lieils around him he will cut an awful swath. 8t. Paul tried twentj-fivo men during the )ear, counting Coiniskcy. Ten of these were pitchers. Minneapolis triid twcnt)-flve also, eleven of them being pitchers. Jack Chapman, thev ctcranroanager.may succeed Hilly liarule .is m inager anil part owner of the Hartford, Conn . franchise. It is whispered Hint Charles N'ipoleon Hvrne has a few dollars Heel ap In the Hartford club "The most complicated and monotonous work iu baselnll mathematics is figuring the records and av rages of the pitchers," sa)S President Young. "On glancing over this work that is piled up before me. 1 find that it will take me si weeks tu com plete It, Instead of a month." Tannehlll, who has been drafted by Pitts burg, stands second in the percentage of games vvoiiin the VlrgimaLcague, with. 092. Iu the thlrt)-uiue games In" which he pla)ed,he gave twenty-eight bases on balls, lpss than one per game, which comes verv rcar being a record He struck out 107 men and hit sixteen batsmen. Grent Litljrntlon Salt. Tlie New Ye.rk, Clothing House lias Just started a sale, upon a gigantic scale, of Men's, Bo)s' and Children's Pine Clothing. Owing to the death of the senior paitner of Keinhardt, Dolan & Co. of Buffalo, N. Y., who was, financially interested In the New York Clothing House of 311 Seventh street, this city, an older from the court lmperatlvelv demands Immediate cash set tlement with the heirs, lnolxdieiicc to this legal command, the New York Clothing H(Uko have placed on sale their entire stock, aggregating $70,000 worth of fine clothing- This great stock must be wild rapidly as possible, and to do so start ling sacrlfico must be made. 'Tis a mag nificent opportunity for men to dress up or for parents to clothe the bo)s at about half ot the manufacturers price. Their an nouncement Is in today's Times Mr. John Young, of 1215 nth st. S. E., experienced a perfect cure of rheumatism of seven years' standing by taking a course of . C. R. This If an Internal cure and never falls to do its work. AH druggists sell it. Try it yoa'll never regret doing so. 1- l"" Chemical Co., ! Trade supplied by F. A. Tschlffely and I E. S. Leadbeater & Sons. 3!l Seventh Street N. W.. jfl -n.-u ,ii IslLliBiliUlinilJiillILIJlIllU After Seven Years an apology to our hundreds there were who not receive the prompt at Life Savers' Brave Deeds and Hairbreadth Escapes. LADS ALONG TILE SIIOKE Jinny IhrlllluK Tales, of I)la-.tcr Alonti tlie Atlantic Ocean und ou tlie Lul.es Tlio New Life boats Tiiut Are Noa-Capsizable und Tou-.Inku.ble. The men who plow the misty furrows of thesea go alwa)s with the tear of storniand wreck before their e)cs. Even in calm weather, the slightest miscalculation 111a) cast them on a lee shore in a poundings well, vviththebhrieksof hurt men und theshitter or the standing rig going by the board to daunt their stout hearts. But there are men ashore with hearts as stout, whose mission is to sav e. And when the wind rises to a howling gale, and all along the shore the ' 'lame ducks" are scudding for shelter under half stripped poles, the brave surfmen and henchmenof the Llfefaav ingServ ice perform prodigies of v alor, coolue-s ami resolution. No portion of the Atlantic coast is more thick!) strewn with the bones of wrecks, or haunted b) the spirits of the drowneu, man the North Jersey and Lon,; Island beaches. Hatteras may have a worse repute for churl ish weather, but fur more shipping sails to ward this port than ever passed llattcras. THE CKUEL SANDS. The great sand beach of Long Island, and the long line of sand down Jerse)'s eastern front converge like the sides of a tunnel, and a storm from uu) point between East b North, and due bouth almost any or the dirty gales that bring foul weather wiih them have plent) 01 snips to piay with. Once In a while a big Atlantic liner. carr)iug a thousand or more souls In her cabins, goes thud Into the cruel sands, and all the world reads the news in tho next da) 's papers how every one got tiff safe and sound; but ine record or tnc utile cirgo boats that come to grief, of the llve-s lost. one, or two or three, at a time; the long battles with surf and snow ana sieet 10 sjecor crews frozen lulo me rigging or little (scbooners-these things scarcely get Into the pKers at all. UlMin 1 southern shores or the great lakes Uncle Sam's life savers do a work quite as difficult and quite as heroic The cold along the great lakes Is far keener, there is much 111010 trouble with ice, the gales ure as furious; the vessels are rather more frail 01 build, within sight or Chicago, wnen Ihe northcrlv gale drive down Lake Michigan, and ail the shore is while with the teeth of the gmwliig waves, rescues as daring have been ac complished as any on the Atlantic coa-ts. Indeed, during the season of 1890, which is covered by the last official report, the greatest loss or life In any of llie twelve districts o'currcd In the eleventh, on Lake Michigan, where seven people per ished out or u total for the entire couu tr.v of but twenty-jne. Every car. In May, the Hoard of Llfe Saving Appliances meets to consider Im provements In the machinery of the ser vice. The most important innovation at present in progress -is U10 construction of twelve new lifeboats on the English plan Only one ot these is completed and Ibis is in use at Sandy Hook station. The new boat is 34 feet in length, 7 feet longer than the old one, is unslnkable, and will accommodate fifty persons, though hardly luxuriously. She Is Titled with sail as well as oars, like tn e boats or the type fornlcrly In use, but has au Important inno vation in the shape of a center-board which enables her to beat to windward. ROCKET TOO ERHATIC. No other new appliances are Uils )car to be adopted, and some tbatliavn been previously experimented with are aban doned. Tho rocket, for instance, has been found. In practice, too erratic for crtajn use, and tfte smojl mortar wui Never Again. WASHINGTON, D.C. ! 1 $ . Mark the Savin?. Men's Pants. S.fO Pants, excellent value at this price. Go for $2.50 Pants, alt wool, neat looking anddurableTGo for 8X7) Pants, In stylish patterns, medium and ifrrk colors. Go for Si W Pants of superior woolens, well made. Go for 53.00 pint, made from fine fab rics in stylish patterns. Go for tCGQ Pants, fino London strip, worsted, made b art!t tailors. Go for $1.00 $1.25 $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 Children's Suits. Children's Bnits. never aold for lensJiUO. Choice Children's Sult. dcublf breasted. good, honest good., worth SU0. Go for Children's Huits, all wool, double ?eat and knees, woltll SI.W. Go for... ......... ...... . ......... Children's Sult.doiib'eJircated, in cr-ij. dark ..litl niedlnia colors, worth SiCO. (Jo for Children's Suits, in blur, black and !a!d chetfots rnd cas.l. meres, well orth J4G0. Go for $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 Children's Reefers. Children's Reefer, ages 3 to 15, T I 7C north t3. a Go for 4 I . J 0 Children's Reefer.. In chinchillas and kerey, bla, blacg and gray, worth 200. Go for $2.50 Children's Overcoats. Children's Orcrcoats, with capes and storm collars, at HALF former price. Children's Knee Pants. Children- Knee Pants, ages 4 to 1-i. funuerpricc. Use Go for... I8c Cliildren's Kueo Pjnts, aes 4 to Cfln lb, former price. -H.W. Go for.. OUU Children's Knee Pnntaites4 to 15. former ptice.SLOC. Go for.. 75c We shall cu:ranteo every garment for 11. for weir for style und ire tan ulTord to fur the j aro OVItS. I'eaplo who Ihluk there Is plenty of time are j;o.n2r to be sorely disappointed. Do not procrastinate but come TO DA V. Never Before Such Bargains The art of tiding a bicycle correctly is best learned under compe tent instruction. The teachers at the Colum bia Bicycle Academy aie careful and expert. Mcstc every evening, d and 1 sts. $10 down jinl S per month Lujs the popular ENVOI' or PLELT WING balance of season. BestC.J 00 wheel in the couutry. Jones & Burr, 513 Ulh St. ..". W. nH3333ZI3333333333333333333 r. a n tf C down and $3 a mouth buys tho "J K WW fauiou, wheel U D rvr-lrxr-llelrN 1 3 g CKcUfciNDA. 3 n u a a a r M. A. TAPPAN. 1013 Pa. Ave E fc-CECKEECEEcecccKCCEEKECEKU be used at all the stations to shoot the line out ov cr tlie slraudcd ship. The life car of corrugated Iron invented by the late Joseph Francis, nhll-i not abandoned by the bfsiril, is ou account of its weight nofto be used except where a large number of passengers must be resouetl in a very short time. The life car will carry six or seven people and is run on a line like a breeches buoy. The latter, which remains the most up proved method of landing p iseugrs and crew from a stranded ship in very heavy weather, will ordinarily carry but one at a time; but Is light enough to pass luck and forth rapidly. If only men are to be saved, two can use the breeches buoy at once, each thrusting one leg Into one of Its compartments and dangling the other outside. Iu Dorchester harbor and at one or two other points the service has experi mented wiih a floating station, a hulk 1UO feet long and 33 feet wide, with an opening 19 feet wide running from Its square stern far enough Into the interior to shelter a llfebcat The .advantage of this Is that, as the anchored hulk nlways swings bow on to the weather, the life boat can be launched In a lee; the fully counter-balancing disadvantage is that it is difficult to put the surfmen ashore for patrol. CALM BKFOHK TTIK STORM. Decisive KmrnKementH Ilxperted Be fore Lone in Iliwuna. Havana, Nov. E. The latest reports re ceived say that great calmness prevails throughout the mind, and that for some da)S no engagements between the Span ish forevs and the rebels worthy of men tion have taken place. Military opera tions are being carried on, however, and it Is expected that results will be shortly forthcoming. Three Russians, who surrendired to the authorities In the Plnar Del Iiiu province, while on their way to Join the forces of Maceo, have been brought to Havana nnd lodged in Morro Castle- Owing to the ef forts of the Russian consul here they will be punished only by being expelled from thcislaud. They wllileavellavaua for New York on the steamer which sails tomorrow. It Is rumored that the rebel forces havo attacked the town of Gutaualro, near Puerto Principe, but the details of the en gagement cannot be obtained. ?1.2r. To Hultiiiiore and Ite- $1.25 turn via I'ennsylvnnln ltailroud. Tickets will be sold Saturday and Sun day, November 7 and 8, and will be valid for return passage until Monday, Novem ber 0. Good on any train. noi-4t-enj J This is a Sale of Sales," eclipsing all others everattempted t-Wg-itfp c5 --Sgg-fete,---' .- , 33E- ji.-rl--A s