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THEEVIfejjfpES, WASHINGTON,! THURSDAY. N0YEimRfim?,1S39;
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Hahn & Co.'s
3 Biby Stores.
$2.50 and $3 Fine
Three different kinds $2.50 and 3
stylish Patent Leather and hand
sewed welt, extension sole Laced
and Button Boots, nearly all sizes,
Ar D, C, and D widths. Tomorrow
only, at JL65. ,
259 Pairs Soft
Vici Kid Boots at
A lot of Laced and Button 1 loots,
with kid and patent tips, made to
sell for $2; will go tomorrow .it the
low price of $1.37.
$1.56 to $2.50 Shoes
A tableful of well-made and thor
oughly up-to-date patent tip Kid
Boots not a pair in the lot worth
less than $2 some of them $2.50 and
more. A. B, and C widths. clzes
2 to C. Your choice tomorrow for
$1.25 to $2.50
A lot of $2.50 black vici kid and
tan coat Ladles' I.c.uiib.- i. ..
alio, three Kinds of IJ " n 1 -1
Jersey golf top and corduroy Bicy
cle Leggins. Tomorrow only, 63c
Tweed, covert cloth, and canvas
Bicycle Leggins that sold for 75c
also men's end women's good 25c
black cloth Orergalters; all sizes,
1 Win. Hahn &
THREE RELIABLE SHOE
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NAVAL WORK CURTAILED
Admiral Hicliborn's Policy of Econ
omy to He Adopted.
UllJ WmkcIm titltfl for Imiurdiute
t-r lee Will He Ot erhnuleil nml
Itrpnlreil FnildM Iiinufllrleiit to
Cnrry Out All the riant of the Con- i
Mrm-liou and Knuliierrlns; llureao I
Rear Admiral Hlchborn's suggested poli
cy of economy in regard to repairing and
overhauling ships at the several yards has
keen approved by the Navy Department
There are now nearly fifty vessels under
going repairs or waiting for renovation,
and an order will soon be Issued to com
mandants in which the vessels most ur
gently, required for service will be desig
nated, with instructions to continue the
repairs until they are ready and to aban
don those ships' not needed now for active
duty. This, policy has become necessary In
order that the Construction and Engineer
ing bureaus may be able to get through
the- next four' months with the funds at
The reduction in work begins at the
Portsmouth yard and extends to all but
the New Ycrk, .where the vessels are of
such a class that practically all are now
required for some station. The two Span
ish gunboats Alvarado and Sandoval are
so nearly completed at Portsmouth that
the department will direct that the work
continue on them until they are ready for
sea. At the same station la the Raleigh,
on which $500,000 Is to be expended be
fore it is again In commission. No special
appropriation has been made either for
this vessel or the 'Cincinnati, which is to
undergo similar changes at Norfolk, so
that it Is intended to perform only so
much work on these vessels as to prevent
At the Boston navy yard the reduction in
work affects three ships. The Vicksburg is
required for duty In the Philippines, nnd is
to be pushed rapidly and got out of the
w ay. The vessel "should be ready for sea
in thirty days. Upon the amount of work
and the cost required on the Olympla will
depend how rapid the progress will be
at first. A survey board is now examining
the ship, and will submit its findings in
a few days. There is no purpose in my
event to allow the Olympia to remain at
the yard without some repairs being be
gun, and while the force at work on the
cruise .may be small at first, It will be
Increased as the money becomes available.
All work Is 'to stop on the cruiser To
peka and the colliers Sterling and Peoria.
Neither of the latter is required for serv
ice, and both can be left for the- present in
the hands of shipkeepers. At the League
isiana navy yard It is recommended, and
will be so ordered, that the work on the
Minneapolis, Columbia, and Miantonomoh
proceed only as the allowance of money
under the bureaus will permit It has been
found necessary also to abandon work on
the Panther, as it is not thought the ship
and weakness from
prevented and cured by
It Is the greatest known stimulant and
All druggists snd ETOcers. Avoid substitute;
they are dangerous. Duffy's has a proprietary
stamp on each bottle. If jour dealer cannot
suppiy Jou, a bottle will be tent, prepaid, on
receipt of $1. bottles for K. Valuable book" of
Information and testimonials sent on application.
Duff) Mitt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. V.
Our usual Friday Shoe Bargains will be
eclipsed by the extra values we shall offer
Owing to the advance In leather prices
we shall have to discontinue many of our
present lines in consequence we are of
fering some of our best sellers at bargain
prices for tomorrow only in addition to
the odds and ends of broken sizes display
ed on separate tables.
The following is a partial list of tomor
$3 Doable-sole 7 27
Winter Tans at - W-.-31
We have about 190 pairs of ftyle
515 cue of the best Winter Tan
band-made Shoes sold this seaion;
but we can set no more; in conse
quence they "will ba discontinued,
and the price, drops for one day to
$2 Leather-lined $1 27
Casco Calf Shoes Vlwl
"6 pairs regular ?2 tripl;-sole ex
tension edge Winter Laced Shoes;
would cost us.nearly $2 at wholesale
today; but they will have to go for
one dty at $1.37.
Dress Shoes at -
Only 95 pairs left of styles 354.
Misses' Vici Kid Laced,' with stout
single soles; patent tips one of the
best, wearing and most perfect fit
ting shoes we ever sold. Sizes 11 1-2
to 2, all widths Jpmorrow JL3J.
Boys' and Girls
Good Shoes fcr
A tableful of Odds and Ends of
Reliable Shoes, JL50 ones of which
we have not all slze3, and $1 grades
or which we can give you most any
Blzes; will go tomorrow at 63c.
Babies' lie Warm
Satin-Quilted, Shoes -
About 40 pairs pretty little Satin
Quilted Bootees, in A variety of
pretty colors; eiderdown trimmed;
tomorrow only 37c.
Cor. 7th anJ K Sts.
UU and I9ti Pa. Ave.
233 Pa. Ave. S. E
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Is immediately -wanted for service. The
Dixie requires an expenditure of $60,000 to
gt ready for sea. and It Is recommended
that work op t,he vessel proceed very
At the Norfolk yard there are a large
number of ships under repair and on which
work has bven progressing favorably. The
order will no doubt stop work on a num
ber, or at least curtail operations consid
erably. It is now intended to continue re
pairs on the Fortune and on the San Fran
cisco also. Work on the Apache, Dorothea,
Frolic, Hannibal, IIak, and others, will
! proceed only as it may be necessary to pre-
tent deterioration. The San Francisco will
probably not bo ready for sea under one
year, and the Cincinnati, which is to un-
dergo extensile changes, will probably not
1 be In commission fcr eighteen months. Ful
ly JjOO.OOO is necessary to carry out the
work on this ship.
At the Mare Island nay yard the Boston
has besn waiting months for an overhaul
ing. This ship has been two years in
Asiatic waters and is now, in many re
spects, obsolete. Changes that will mod
ernize the cruiser have been ordered and
will be carried out. The Mohican and Alert
at the same yard and the torpedo boats are
net required In the service, so no further
work will be done on them.
THE TBIAL OF THE KENTUCKY.
Captain Cheater SInkex a Itenort on
Capt. C. M. Chester, who is to com
mand the new battleship Kentucky, has
sent to the Navy Department a brief report
upon the performance of that vessel re
cently in a' heavy sea off the yirginia
Capes, while out ofl a builders' trial spin.
The vessel, he" says, behaved admirably
in the big roller " On. reaching the mouth
of the Chesapeake it was found that heavy
weather was prevailing, but the big vessel
was pointed out to sea and ran direct to
the east for eight milfj beyond Cape Henry
light, where it was deemed inadvisable to
proceed further on account of the trouble
in making out the landmarks necessary for
the navigation of the ship.
The Kentucky was run back "and forth
over this course at a speed of from thir
teen to fourteen knots, turning in the
rough sea with marked facility and slight
The battleship pitched easily with a
maximum dip of but three degrees, and
rolled In turning in the trough of the sea
generally with only eight or nine degrees
heel, and once to a maximum of sixteen
While forced draught was used to a pres
sure of three-fourths or an Inch for the
space of half an hour, the conditions did
not afford an opprtunity for a speed trial,
but it was estimated from the patent log
that the Kentucky made about fifteen
knots on about 103 revolutions of the en
gine. For a short time they worked up
to 106. In general the results were very
A Xrvrport rr Church Project.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Nov. 9. Sev
eral prominent business men of this city
have purchased for $15,000 a piece of prop
erty between Washington and West Ave
nes and Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth
Streets, on which It is said the Newport
News Baptist Church will erect a new
house of worship. The'syndicate referred
to is made up of the members of the fi
nance committee of that church. Al
though these gentlemen admit that there
is some probability' of 'the new church be
ing erected on that site, they say- there Is
nothing absolutely certain about it at this
time. The plan under consideration; it Is
said, is to sell the present church prop
erty at the corner of Washington Avenue
and Twenty-ninth Street, consisting ot
five fine lots, and to build with the pro
ceeds of this sale, which will be'-tonsid-crable.
The finance committee estimates
that this property will bring at least $50.
000. Some of the members ot the commit
tee are of the opinion that the property
will bring as much as. $60,000 in a year or
Aeoln In Spain' Service.
NORFOLK. Va., Nov. 9. Arthur C.
Humphreys, who. at the breaking out of
the Spanish-American war was Spanish
vice consul for this port, and who, for
patriotic reasons, resigned, has been re
appointed to that position. The reappo'nt
ruent was made by the Minister of Foreign
AtTairs at Madrid, a distinction conferred
at the solicitation of Admiral, Cervera and
Captain Conchas, of the Spanish navy, to
whom Mr. Humphreys showed many cour
tesies when they were, here at the Naval
Hospital. " - "
Director Herriam Exp!ains'What
Has Been Accomplished.
The Department to Hove-Into tlsav
Keiv OnlldlnK Juury 1, When the
Aetna! Collection of Information
Will Besin The Labors oY.Exam
Inem Enormona Correapoudence.
At the offices of the Census Bureau today
it was announced by Director Merriam that
,the new building would be, ready ,or oc
cupancy on January 1 and that the actual
work of beginning the taking ot" the cen
sus would commence on that date.
The department is working energetically
in preparing for Its great task. During'
the past six months. Director Merriam as
serted today, the work has been thor
oughly in hand. Arrangements have been
completed for a new and commodious
building, which will be ready for occupa
tion on January 1; 3,000 persons have been
examined tor clerical positions, and 1,400
have been placed on the eligible list- These
examinations were held in this city. In the
East, Cincinnati, and Chicago, and one is
now being conducted at St. Paul, which
will continue until the first 'ot'the year.
It Is expected by the Director tnat by Jan
uary 1 the list of ellgibles will contain
The work now being done has been appor
tioned to suv supervisors wno ai prcucui g
are aiding the bureau In procuring neces-. f
n .. ABn l.tnn.ftAn .nil til fir '
culatlng data among the people to educate
them to what the bureau expects from
them in tbe taking of the census.
The correspondence ot the bureau is
enormous, for almost every State official
In the United States 'has been, or will be,
communicated with, besides many thou
sand other persons. jffi
To systematize the. -labor of the
bureau the United States has
been divided into 'districts for
the convenience and, accuracy of
the 55,000 enumerators who will begin the
active work of taking the census under
the supervision of the 300 supen lsors on
January 1, and this work will be pushed
with ever possible speed consistent with
A report has Just been made by the
statisticians of tbe bureau to the Assistant
Director which shows that tbe work doue
to date has been entirely satisfactory to
the bureau, and that the plans and scope
of the work to be accomplished is well ad
vanced. To keep himself thoroughly conversant
with the details of the bureau, the Direc
tor insists that each division shall render 1
reports to him at stated Intervals.
This enables him to grasp at a glance the
situation and condition ot tbe work being
performed'ln each division.
Under the act ot Congress the census for
population, vital statistics, agriculture, and
manufacturing must be completed and
ready for tbe use of the public within a
period of two years. '
The time is so short that tbe bureau will
confine its entire time, to this branch of
the census before touching upon anything
Director Merriam said today that he will
require the entire two years to comply
with the requirements of the law.
After this census has been turned over
to the public the Census Bureau will de
vote its time to the collection of the other
information required by the act of Con
gress, which includes the Insane, feeble
minded, deaf, dumb, and blind; to crime,
pauperism, and benevolence. Including
prisoners, paupers, juvenlli delinquents,
and inmates of benevolent and reformatory
institutions: to deaths and births in regis
tration areas; to social statistics of cities;
to public indebtedness, valuation, taxation,
and expenditures; to religious bodies; to
electric light and power, telegraph, and
telephone business; to transportation
by water, express business, and street rail
nays; to mines, mining, and minerals and
the production and value thereof, including
gold, in- divisions of placer and vein, and
silver mines, and the number ot men era
ployed, the average dally wage, average
working time, and aggregate earnlngM In
the various branches and aforesaid divis
ions ot tbe mining industry.
To collect this vast fund of information
25.000,000 schedules, containing such inter
rogatories as may be best adapted to elicit
the Information, will be prepared by the
bureau, and 100,000,000 cards for transfer
ence to tabulating machines will be re
quired. The details of the census are to be so
exhaustive that it has been deemed neces
sary by the bureau to Institute a cam
paign of education as a preparation" for
the people of what the bureau will etpect
of them.. Newspapers, trades Journa's.
and societies have been asked to co-operate
with the bureau in making plain the du
ties of the citizen to the bureau, and many
circulars have been sent out for distribu
tion to nsslst -in this camaign of instruc
tion. Owing"to the ignorance of many people
the bureau has called especial attention to
the fact that no information gathered by
census officials will be disclosed to private
Individuals or assessors, or tax collectors,
or to rivals in business.
It will be used and published imper
sonally, never in connections th the name
of the person or corporation to whom it
relates or by whom it may'be given. -
The penalty for any such dlsc.'osure on
the part of officials is severe.' There" are
also penalties for punishing persons who
willfully 'neglect or refuse to give Infor
mation when called upon to do so.
Another circular says that a'l farmers
are urged to make written records of their'
farm operations during the year 1S39..SO
that when the enumerator calls next June
tbe information to be gathered by him will
be 'at hand. ,
The law requires for each ,farm the to'al
acreage; acres improved; acres unimprov
ed; acres irrigated; number of acres own
ed by occupant; number of acres leased
or rented by occupant; color of occupant;
value ot whole" farm; value of buildings
and permanent Improvements; value of , a'l
machinery, implements, vehicles, "etc,
thereon; acreage and quantity of crops
raised in 1S39; number and value on hand
June 1, 1899; quantity and' value made in
Business In Christlania.
The State Department has been advised
by Consul Bordewlch, of Christlania, that
the money market there continues "very
close, and many failures have occurred
among business men. He states that It
would seem advisable for American firms
doing business with importers in his dis
trict to be cautious. Of coun, there are
a great many solid 'firms with which ,it Is
entirely safe to deal, but all new connec
tions should be investigated.
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Natf4rcsiRemedy for j
THE BEST NATURAL
T$i$t on Rating
Order j"jgur,'ciothing in the
We've been rushed to death
so come ahead,
What do you think of a fine Beaver or Kersey Overcoat
for $12? We'll give you body linings of the best Italian cloth,
silk sleeve linings, and a silk velvet collar. It shall be cut
in the latest style and perfectly fitted, before being finished.
If any other tailor will duplicate the qualities at this price
we'll make you 'a present of ours. JCot one -can afford to
make them for less than ?20.
Perfect atnitaty plomblnf. Electric lUnt
throughout. Steam heated. Newly turoithed
and deccnted. nnt-clasa cuisine.
17th and H Sts. N. W.
THE OXFORD HOTEL, w
14th 81". aDd'Seir.YorlcAVe.
American and European plan. American plan,
$2.50. European plan, ft. Thoroughly renovated.
Steam beat in every room. Cafe open until mid
nijht. Oyttcra a specialty.
at. 4. "' I , ropncior.
n'aihicgton. D. C
FOB EXCHANGE SpttUl; now i the time to
trade; my nt ot city and country properly
is the mo-t complete in the City: what have
yout What do ou vanlt lly- specialty is trading.
AUDAHAM FISHER. 512 E t. nw. noS-lOt-eod
C1TT ENGINEER KOR CITV OK ALEXANDRIA,
VA. An examination f.he pwfitlon of city,
engineer for the citv of Alexandria, Va.. will be
held in the AUcrmin'l Clcsifter' on FRIDAY,
,NO EJlltKR 10, beginning; at 10 o'llock a. m.
All candidates who wish to-appear before the
board of examiners wilt' rreftlnt their names by
Thursdaj night, NovemlKT" S. B. B. SMITH,
Chairman Committee on Streets. no73t
REBUKED FROM THE STAGE.
An AetreNs I'nbllcly Ilesents Miscon
duct In n Dox.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Miss Julia Arthur,
who, with her company, is now playing in
"More Than Queen" at the Broadway the
atret created a sensation last night by
ringing down the curtain in the middle of
the fourth act. As soon as the' curtain
reached the stage. Miss Arthur stepped
before it and began to address the audience.
She said that throughout the performance
she and the members of the company had
been greatly annoyed by loud talking in
one of the boxes. She pointed to box three,
and declared that the two men and the two
women who were seated therein, in evening
dress, were, the offenders.- She added that
she had asked the stage manager to ring
doun the curtain In tbe middle of the third
act, but he had prevailed upon her to finish
the act, in the hope that tbe disturbance
nawu u .iuu. uuuiMcieu uc. .peecu
the audience applauded, and then, turn-1
When Miss Arthur completed her speech
lng their attention to those in the boxes,
began hissing vigorously. The four occu
pants of the boxes hastily arose and left
the theatre in confusion. Then Miss Ar
thur thanked the audience, tbe curtain
rose again, and the play was resumed.
Dlnrharjced by the Cramps.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Nov. 9. William
Cramp, a cousin ot Charles H. Cramp, the
president ot the Cramp Ship and Engine
Building Company, and who has been with
the company for fifty years, serving In va
rious capacities, has retired from the
service of the company. Although he is
seventy years old, his retirement comes In
the nature ot a surprise to himself and
many of those associated with him. He
was one of tbe most expert dock masters
in this country. Tbe first intimation that
be bad of the firm's desire that be sever
his connection with it came last night,
when be received a note saying that his
services would be no longer required.
i - attKt. - atS.4il..H.4J.f
next three days or you'll lose
since Monday, but we agreed to
You'vej never seen such values for $9. The same quali
ties will cost you from $15 to $20 in any other store," The
goods are Washington Mills Cheviots, in blue and black, the
fashionable herringbone stripes, Scotch plaids and tweeds,
and a great variety of mixed worsteds. Take samples else
where and .ask their prices. Every garment will lie carefully
tailored. If not exactly as represented in every detail your
money will be refunded without a word.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS TO ORDER.
Special this week, $32. Firetdas material.
1527 Hth St. N. W.
Mrs. DR. BENNER.
la ebttetrfc. Geld mt4il avvrdtd for tfe dene
-a Li-ij t ' tii..ur - ..ru t. I
varia, Treata succiacfalljr wonaa'i coniphcaticas
an4 Imffularitief; private lanltai-fum tor ladit
before and during conflnemmt. Infanta adopted.
Offlca hour, ! t 0 p. a. CM Pa. are. nw..
Waablccton. D. a aelO-tf
Medium and Card Reader. Washington's most
famous Clairvoyant and Falmiit, Consult her on
business, lore, and fimiljr affairs; reunite tbe
separated; rcaaoves ipells; caua cpeedj mar
riisres, and gives cood luck. Open dally. German
poken;S5cand50c. WD II at. nw. not-Tt
MME. IMV1S, born clairvoyant ami card reader,
telU about business, remotes qielLs and evil
influence. reunitcatheTsepa rated, and pires luck
to all; cure piles and drunkennrfa?. 12Zx 23th at.
nr. no3-1 mo
LX5TCX. what we are doinj; to the big stores;
all tbe working men are being funmhed by
us with elegant custom-made suits and over
coats that are tlU;btIy worn at prices to suit
their puras; get In the pub, or jou'Il get left.
jusnrs oli stand; aid d tu no7-t
CARD READER Your fortune for 10 and 15
cents; extra reading. 23 cents. 1117 th st.
nw. no6 t
Dr. A. H. TAYLOR,
00(1 F SI. H. V.
Cold BlUnga and fcndfe work c apecialtf. at
lb leweat pricea; amalgam ntling. &0c; full at,
ct teetit oa plates, f5; extracting, citner b ai
cr local tpray. absolutely palnlcai. S0c; w.ta
cut, 2c; all work done bjr cxpertl and car
anteed tbe beat; open oa 8undaj-a from 10 to 4
'dock. mh2-tf em
GYPSY FORTUNE TF.LLEK removed from 607 F
6t. to 616 G st.; lioura from 1 p. m. to 10
p. m. no3-7t.cm
FOR SALE LOTS.
FOR SALE-Lot, 70x150 Jeet, in Riverdile Park;
$500; cood chance; pood location. C. S.
KRAL'S, DraguUt. lrt and II tg. nv no9-3t
3; lot,' VrriOO; Foret Glen; orig
300. Atidrc BOX X9, this ot-noS-3t
XnsUnt Belief. Cure U 15 Dirt, Never returns. Will
fUuUr Mod to aar sufferer In a plain aealed envelop
RKK t nrvaarrintioa vllh full direction for a. Quick.
LSSi. wr, lor UM JJannood, KIh Lob, KeWona
tMUUtr. smalt weiiTaru, varicocele, ate. uim
6. B. Wright, Music Dealer, Box 1437, Marshall, Mxh.
GOSSIP OF THE GEIDIEON.
Two halves of ten minutes each were
played yesterday by the Georgetown team.
During that time tbe ball was as often
in the. varsity's territory as It was In the
scrubs'. Tbe varsity made a touchdown
in each half, the 'first by a trick play and
the second by going through the line.
During the latter part of the practice the
second team distinctly outplayed the
varsity. Especially on the left side of the
line did the first team go to pieces. Time
after time the scrubs went through George
town's left for 5 and 6-yard gains, and
only a fumble saved the varsity from b:lng
scored against.- Captain Long's shoulder
is nearly well, and for the first time in
five days he was out on the field for prac
In their practice yesterday afternoon the
Young Men's Christian Association team
confined themselves almost entirely to de
fensive Wpfc; The second team had tbe
ball nearlyjsll of the time. They endeav
ored to advance the ball first on end and
then by line plays, but were never entirely
successful. The association's team is now
in excellent condition, and does not expect
to have any trouble in defeating tbe Druid
Athletic Club of Baltimore when they line
up against 'them Saturday.
Georgetown has not been able to secure
a game c for Saturday afternoon. Last
night Manager Smith wrote to the Mount
St. Mary.'s College, but as their ECbedule
Is made up. for the season it is hardly
probable that they will come to Wash
ington. Gallaudet is trying to get the George
town team to play them Saturday. The
players on tbe vanity team are anxious
to meet the Kendaliites again. The student
'body of .the; university will not permit tht
the best chance of the, 'season.
sell at these prices for a week,
637 F St.
Benning Race Course.
Washington Jockey Club
Saturday. Novembsr n,
Thursday, November 3o.
Five or flore Races Daily
OX THE FLAT AND OVER THE. JCJIPS.
First Race, 2:"i5 P. M.
Badge for the meeting of vrntcen days, ad
mitting lady and gentleman to all pnrilegef, in
eluding ladies' clubhouse, nur' be obtained, on
introduction, at Curman's Ticket Agency, 925
Pennsyhania Avenue, and also from Mr, Algernon
Daingerneld. aLtant secretary of the club, at
the Kigp House, 13tb and ff sirerf ..PrjreT $12.
Season ticket, good for the meeting, "admitting
holders to grandstand and ruddoIfUUtt.
General Admission, $1.60
Ladies, 50 Cents
A limited number of grandstand hoie, directly
in front, each holding three pcrsonsxnay be ob
tained at the grandstand entrance or referred by
wire. Price, $J per day.
Special trains direct to the tract mill leave the
Cth Street station at 1 and 1:13 p. in , returning
immediately after the lart race.
Columbia electric railway cars will be run to
the track entrance even- five mimitea. noO-tf
and F Sts.
Oldest in age ; longest tocattd ;
Rejular graduate two schools:
Authorized by the District Government to treat
All disea.es of the Nose, Tbrcat, and Lungs. II cart,
Nerrw. Bralp. Blood, gain. Stomach. Kidney', aDO.
Bladder. Night Looses, .Sexual fakn&,aud all
Special Diseases of either sex. Etricturc.Varlcorel
and Hydrocele cured withoutcuttinKororeration.
No pain. No loss cf time., A prompt and per.
maiient cure guaranteed. Syphili(anTstagr)cured
.'or life wlthout-mercury or poUsbr jo exposure.
Daily Office Hours 10 to 1 and. S to C Sunday
10 to 12.
Ills Reading to
Ladie?, 2Sc. Gents, Mo
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