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THE EVENING TIMES, WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, MAECH 24, 1900.
Wi
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S. Kami, Sons (Co.
The Busy Corner.
Always the bat of everythlnz
tor the least money.
Open Until 5 o'Clock Tonight.
Toilet .
Savings
That Count
The Toilet Articles boujdit al
jliis counter mean anywhere be
tween a penny and a dime saetl.
"Pin" money for yon woijtli niak
Hn.r tliis vdin- headouarters, eh?
Purity English CufBar Soap, per 1Q
(tlOBOl
J 3
Caultfor'S Dtfntifricc.
;i6c
2Tc EboDized Hsndle Whiskrooras
Florewe Hafr' Brushes, assorted TCI
;c
.colors, good bristles
FctfiPhcd Maple Wood Tooth Ticks CC
large box fer
Woodworth's Violet and Crab Apple Fcr
fime one ouuee of either, with a OQC
i ocular r.w'Atomizer
Juinbo JVuinionia half gallon bottle IQC
for.
Powdered" 'Ildfined Borax half pound iQ
aekage..
package
Camphor Balls, per bos
Lavender Flake, per box
One A talc. C?mphor, per box ..
Robinson's Tar Soap ....
4711 Rose Glycerine Soap.j
Physicians' and Surgeons' Soap
Hegal Oatmeal Soap
15c
.9C
10c
.6C
...7C
Special Hand
kerchief Sellers.
Ken's
All-linen Tape
1
Cirdere.
Met.fc Colored Printed '
B.-derR, I
Women's Plain All-linen t
II ornnet itched, J
"VVonuMi's Colored Print- J
td Borders. j
Wohhii's Lave Edges and j
.Embroidered, J
Wowen'6 Embroidered ami
P.Oce. heni&Utchetl borders.
5c
Scalloped
Swiss QC
Cambric Handkerchiefs. Saturday
Men's Japanette Hemstitched Bordered
BanHkerehiofs, -with silk initial. Sat- "J QC
L2ay
3 for 25c.
M'mm-o All-linen Sheer Hemstitched
Handkerchief &, 25c quality. Satur- J (JC
day
Interesting
Glove Items.
Xew spring importation of our
celebrated Peerless" Kid Gloves,
in glace, suede two clasps,
stitched backs. All the colorings
for this season: also mane aim
white. Every pair
strictly guaranteed,
.and all for
1.00
The celebrated Keyser Finger
iipped Silk Gloves, in black,
white, and colors. The three
.well-known qualities
50c, 75c and $1.
Guarantee ticket with every pair.
Copyright Books, 7c.
Copyright fiction 100 titles
neat paper binding and handy
form. Among the number are
Melancholy Huzzar," by Thomas
Hardv; "Frankenstein," by Mrs.
Bkellv; "The Wife's Sacrifice' by
ifEnuerv; "Mademoiselle Ixe,"
bv Leona Falconer: "Half Hour
AVitli Great Authors." "Half Hour
.With Story Tellers" and
to think you can take our
choice Saturdav at each..
rc
4 for 2.M'
. KANN, SONS & CO.,
8lh and Market Space.
Jtnn Into n Landslide.
COXNELLSV1LLE, Pa., March 21. A
Baltimore and Ohio fast freight train ran
into -a landslide near Connellsville Thuis
day night Fireman W. P. Sharpe, aged
twenty-eight 3 ears, of Faiimont, AY. Va.,
was killed, and Joseph McManus, engineer,
was slightly injured.
In Your Ailment Catarrh? "I had
Cawrrii-lnr 1 rr." "I bl ,
Tcaff." "1 ld Caturrti for 5 ." 1 hd
baton for 30 xcars." "I J.l .C-J"1 j
3 cars" and Dr. .pncw"s CairrliJ Powder ewred
tap Tbfsc -arc sentences from the volumes ami
olurnes of testimony for this great catarrh cwo,
not lHftbiual patieMF, lwt words from men ami
women all over the continent, who Jmjvc Ir-oh
cured. It relieves in NT monitor NW b K s.
AViManw. Ninth and P Streets Hdoron' - ""
liamo. Third ami I'cnn liania Avenue. o.
Order a case of Item-UK's Hvr by ,pi10B'nS
C34, Arlington Nettling Co , and enjoy a pure
and .wholesome beverage
T ii
Send in Your Orders Now
X If You Want to Taste Our
iFI- JJ'
There's such a hlg demand for it tl-at
the entire brew will soon he exhausted.
Very old douhlc strength fine flaor
and sold at the bare coat oi brewirs it.
C for 2-1
battles, delivered in un
SM
lettered wagons. Write or phone.
HeTOn sale at leading saloons and
hotels.
Washington Brewery Co.,
4th and F St. X. E. TcL 2151.
D0& OWNERS UP IN ARMS
Popular Feeling Agaiiist the Muzzle
Order iUns High.
1
Citizen "Irenlntnfr a Petition to
lint e tlic OlmojJous Proclnmntlou
ReKcInded 'VU Rev, TOr. Mackny
Suiitb'M Plan to.Buy Ont the Pound,
AVhare tlxe AnlBiAIa -Vre Ill-trcnted.
- - $ f -
Popular feeling over the cruelties "to
dogs confined in the public pound under
control of the District Commissioners has
reached fever Jicat. with, the result that
a mammoth petition, of citizens in favor of
an early repeal of the obnoxious municipal
miiKzln order has been circulated. This
movement was started at a recent meet
ing of dog owners of the city, when re
ports Aere react representing that the
animals in thdqgjwundare cruelly treat
ed and that the confinement, of the animals
indibcrini'nateJrnot justified by the
recent mad-dcrcarc. j,,
The Itev: DiCxIackay-Smith, rector
of St. John's Cbjphi 'Kas'offe'rca to buy
out the ponnd"aid?coBductlt under his
own biiper ision'tn the interests of hu
manity. A special committee of the Hu
mane Society has -visited the pound, and
reported to the meeting of citizens that
the scenes of cruelty were heartrending.
The meeting therefore voted unanimously
to petition Congress in favor of transfer
ring the control of the dog pound to the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals. In the meantime, individual dog
owners hae set to work to bring about a
reform. Mrs. Grammond Kennedy has Mib
sciibed a turn oT money to build a shed
for the purpose of protecting the dogs
from the inclemencies of the weather.
She will personally supervise the work.
The Kev. Dr. Maekay-Sruith visited the
pound yesterday. So pitiable was the
sight, he sas, or dogs crowded together
in wire cagejj iosbibly awaiting death,
that he gladly offered to buy all the ani
mals at $2 per head if homes could be
found for them amonK residents. Dr.
Mackay-Smith's plan will be carried out if
the conditlonan be fulfilled. This will
afford onlv tfemnorary relief, however, as
the pound will Quickly be filled again by
stray dogs picked up on the streets, and
the dog owners and the Humane Society
look to CongTC?r Tor permanent relief.
The mad-dog scare in Washington began
about three ffitnrths ago, but it was chiefly
confined to Government officials. A young
physician claimed he had discovered a case
of rabies, and some officials of the Agri
cultural Department agreed with his diag
nosis. The matter was called to the atten
tion of the District Health Office, and the
order of the Commissioners, that all dogs
be either muzzled or confined, followed.
A leading citizen, at a mass meeting of dog
owners a few, nights ago, asserted that
there had been no case of rabies in the
District of Columbia. He declared that if
Poundmaster Einstein came on ins prem
ises to take his dog away he would be met
with a double-barreled shotgun. He ad
vised his fellow-citizens to do likewise.
Man causes of complaint have appeared
as a result of the Commissioners' order.
Dog catchers have scoured ecry street,
and no dog unmuzzled could C5cape. The
Poundmaster's men, it is said, have even
invaded the premises of owners. The
daughter of Adjutant General Kelton. re
tired, was leading her dog down the street
a few da s ago on the -way to purchase a
muzzle, when, it is said, the dog catchers
pounced upon the animal and carried him
away, accidentally .striking Miss Kelton
with their net- during the process. Scores
of incidents of this kind hae thoroughly
aroused the dog owners.
A SUIT FOB DIVORCE.
H. It. HIdKfny CIiarjseN His "Wife
"With SlnMiiBT Life Miserable.
Harry IL Itidgeway yesterday filed suit
for divorce against his wife. Carrie A.
Itidgeway, who he alleges has made his
life miserable by her cruel treatment of
him.
He declares that his wife induced cer
tain of her rclaties to cruelly beat and
maltreat him and threaten his lif-3. and
that his business has been broken up. He
states that he was robbed of his stock in
trade bv his wife and members of her im
mediate family. The parties were mar
ried in Baltimore September IS. ISPo.
THE EEDERATION OF LABOR.
The ncculve Council I'inlsltes
lis
IlnsincsM nnd Adjourns.
The executive council of the American
Federation of Labor, which has been in
session at' headquarters, Typographical
Temple, since Monday, eompleted its work
eserday, and adjourned to meet
"in Denver, Col., at the call of President
Gompcrs. After the adjournment the mem
bers of the council, with President
Gompers, visited the Capitol and called
upon seeral Senators and Repieseutatlves
in reference to labor legislation.
Injured l Kiilliiijr.
Julm 11. Dale, eemj six jears of ace, W
nn the udewalk, -at the twcr of Kcnteeiiih
Mroet and IVtHtejlvania Avenue northwest, t-iiort-Iv
after 3 ocloek velcrclav afternoon and was
niiiovtd to thCnmcftecno II. -pii.il in the pitiol
as n f r treatment, lie m-tained a cut ovc
V" ugi't eve and other cl.t trm-vs. Mr JUie
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CLERK MEIGS' ANNIVERSARY.
For TIiirtj-Neeii Yearn lie IIn- neen
in One Oeimrtiiicnt.
Thirty-seven years ago yesterday Re
turn Jonathan Meigs was. appointed an as
sistant in the office of the clork of what Is
aow the Supreme Court of the District of
Columbia. During all those years it is said
Mr. Meigs has not been absent a day on
account of illness and baj missed but few
days from any cause.
At tfie time of entering the office bis
father was Clerk of tho Court, and on the
Saturday of his first week of service, Mr.
Meigs was told at the closing hour to wind
the eight-day clock which stands on the
mantel in front of the loug desk which
stretches all the way across the office. Ev
ery Saturday since that day Mr. Meigs has
made it part of his duty to wind this clock.
Thero were five marriage licenses Issued
jesterday and Mr. Meigs stated tuat ue
believed "this is tho greatest number issued
on any Friday since he has been connected
with tho Office of the Clerk of the Court.
PLANS FOR OBTAINING MONEY.
.SnIwitIotiits to Mnke n ThormiB"
Ciivn in Town nnd Cltlen.
For one week the Salvationists of the
world will practice self-denial, not as a
punishment, but for the purpose of rais
ing funds to be used in the development
of Christian and humane work. ,
They propose not only to deny them
seles of some necessary article of food or
clothing, or walk when perhaps they would
prefer to ride, and save that, but they will
go further, and canvass eery office and
every home and htorc In nearly every city
and town in the United States, and reimest
co-operation from everjbody.
There is no special tax imposed, and yet
each member voluntarily assumes a given
responsibility. The total raised they hope
to reach $o0.000. Last jear the same ef
fort produced SSS.OOO in the United States.
Hut America did not do as well in this re
gard, however, as some smaller countries.
Australia raised ?133,000, while England
raised J200.000.
NEW GRAND THEATRE SAFE.
An Olilciiil Iti'imrl on Arrangement
in fuse of Tire.
By request of Senator McMillan the
Commissioners of tho District ha caused
to bo investigated the appliances of tho
New Grand Theatre and arrangements for
ej.it in case of fire. Senator McMillan's
request was the outcome of a communica
tion addressed to him on March 7 by
Charles G. Mortimore.
The Commissioners directed Fire Mar
shal William O. Drew to examine the con
dition of affairs at the theatre and to re
port the same to them. This Mr. Drew
did, and his report was as follows.
1 have made a thorough examination of
the N'ew Grand Theatre and find the con
dition to be good, the doors on the south
side are kept closed with a swinging bar
and on the west side by a simple hook,
easily operated by a woman or a child in
case "of panic. On each side of the stage
and al!o in the tly loft are two lines of
hoe coupled to a standpipe, the water
always turned on and ready for use in
case of fire, with a competent man in
charge of same. In regard to passago
wajs being used as a storage room, 1 find
that, what was formerly the main cn
tranc on the Fifteenth Street side to be
not blocked with runblth (as claimed by
Mr. Mortimore in his communication to
Senator McMillan). A table, a pointer's
easie. and a small step-ladder are in tne
vestibule, but not in the way of an audi
ence should they wish to retire by that
eit.
"I consider the avenues of escape ample
and the house as safe as any theatre in
the city."
Major Silvester, Chief of Police, also
submitted to the Commissioners a state
ment that in his opinion the complaint
made by Mr. Mortimore was unjustifiable,
for he said that as far as he could ob
serve the theatre was quite safe.
The Commissioners today submitted the
report of the Fire Marshal, and the opin
ion of Major Sjlvester to Senator McMil
lan, and stated that they approved them.
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to us, soon after wrote :
T int hiibhled with lOV.
"Well, I tell you
I wanted to hug
-,c7 a m-a :c,i nnrl mv t,pw self was
A Corps of Men Put lo Work by
Colonel Bingham.
TrccB and GrnaN UcIiik Trimmed nnd
Ground Prepared for the Trnnit
plantlner of Flonern-Ucnchwi Ke
ccle Their Annual Coatlnc of
Paint Fountain Put in Order.
With the advent of warmer weather the
public parks of this city are beginning to
develop a scene of unusual activity.
Col. Thco A. DIngham, who has charge
of the public grounds, has set to work his
corps of engineers, gardeners and laborers.
The gardeners, who are under tho imme
diate supervision of George H. Drown, are
busy, pruning flowering shrubs, and temov
Ing dead wood from and shortening the
lower branches of trees where they interfere
with travel over roads and walks. They will
also, in the course of about three weeks,
begin to replant fioweiing shrubs to fill out
group plantings. Laborers are removing
weed growth, sand, and debris from the
gutters bordering the gravel and asphalt
walks. They are removing the compost
which has been spread on the grass sur
face in the early part of last winter, and
arc in some instances mowing the grass
which has grown under thi3 cover.
Trimming and edging of tod margins
fllnnn- the walks and the replanting of
shrubs and trees in sections of the parks
where they have died out or have been in
jured by vandalism are functions which all
come within the Public Gardener's sphere
of activity. Another feature of preparing
the public parks for the use of the public,
and giving them a bright and clean appear
ance is the repairing of all iron fences,
park posts, and chain fences which enclose
the various reservations, the painting of
the park lodges, lamp posts, vases, park
posts, and chain fences. The repairing and
putting in good order of the fountains nnd
their basins; the cleaning of the statues
from bird droppings and removing as far as
possible stains and dirt from the pedestals
of the same receive also the attention oi
Colonel Bingham's corps.
The repairing and painting the park set
tees keeps busy a small army of painters
and carpenters at the Public Nursery
grounds, which arc located between the
Washington Monument and the Bureau of
Printing and Engraving. All flowers which
adorn the artistically and tastefully de
signed flower beds of all parks are propa
gated at the Public Xursery under the im
mediate supervision of Mr. Brown, the
Public Gardener. Some very rare plants
and flowers have found their origin in this
seemingly modest workshop, which have
been the admiration of horticulturists from
all parts of the world. The collection of
crotons is said to be the finest in the world
and is the subject of pride of the Public
Gardiner when they adorn the White
House on festal occasions.
A force of about 120 men is busy in the
various pnrks of tho city performing this
kind of work and it will not be long be
feie they will hnve transformed the bleak
and bare grounds into a scene of beaut
and healthful surroundings. To do the
above work an appropriation of $12.0C0 is
aaliabk. which is only for the months of
March till June inclusive.
be pcnin gimeg
!-ATlIUm, MAKUI 21, l?"!.
The Went her Judications.
Clonily. pruluMv nin. tonight and bundsv ; frCcii
iiurlLwitirK winds.
TnMl'KR'ATUUi:.
Temptratn-c at 1 p. w "
TUP. sl'N
...5:50 .M.
AND MOON.
! inn set 6.13
I'll
sun risi
riiAi:s oi-' tiiu moon von maiicii.
vr. 1st md SOili 1 Full 16th
First quarter..
ilh Last quaiter 2ta
TIDE TAl'.LE.
:03 A.M. and P-.51 P M
1:1S A.M. and 1.37 P.M
Low tide..
Higl. Udt.
STKECT LIGHTING.
Limps lit 1ch1j
Ljiihw out tt'inorrow
...fiMJPM.
...0.06 A.M.
AMUSEMENTS TODAY.
National Tlicatre-JulU Marlowe, in "Barbara
Knetcliie;" tximnsr. ,.,,,.
Lafajctte Square Opera House StraHoCh Com
imii in "Maritjua;" c nine.
Columbia Theatre MiiditU Holland in "Ana,
cxennitr. ,., .
Academy of Music ilieoiioic hjdcock in "iian s
Encim ;" exemiiir.
Oraud Opera House Ezra Kendall and autle
ullr; cMiun;:.
Kernan's Ljccum Theatre City Sports auCc-
die OunrMiij ; e erins.
IN AND ABOUT TBE CITY.
I iiity (.'lull KiitiTtnluciI.
Colonel Maple entertained the L'mtj ( lub l.i:
nisht at the liijres Hon-?. An ecell-nt pro
prjinnie of ihum, recitations and addrrr a
reudeiid ahcr the menu had rcctned attention.
Kniiiiiciiiiitioii Day Parade.
At a nifctiiicr held last mj,'ht by the Enuncipa
lion celebration committee p'ans were pirfectid
for the proper ob-ervance of the daj. Details
connctttd with this parade wire computed and a
bard was tng-aged.
M-etiii;C ot n C'itions' Assoclal ion.
The North Capitol and EcKinston Citizen As
sociation will lwld a buMiic&5 meeting Mondav
nicht at the Church of the United Hrctluen, at
Noilh I apitol and 11 streets.
Itcv. Dr. $f ricklcn'N Return.
After an absence of sccral months on account
of illne-w the l!ev. Dr. Stricklen, pastor of Ham
line, M. 1 Church, has leturncd to the' eitj, limeli
improcd in health. He will be present at the
services tonioirow morning.
Crnntcd u. Divorce.
Mary Ida Uroaddu? was jesterday granicd a
dioree from her hudwnd, Eugene Uattle Itroad
dus. The decree, which is ?ip;ned by Justice Bar
naid, tatr that the divorce was granted on the
ground of desertion.
Sir. SIinllenbcrRcr' Addrexx.
lion. AMUiam & Shallciibcrgcr, Second As-icl-ant
Postmaster Ocncral will address tho men"-
iiicctins of the Young Men's Cliritian Association
imrairrmr afiiriioon at 4:30 o'clock. Mr. Shell n-
bcrser is prominently interested in Christian work
in Wa-hiiiKton, being identified with the v-anou?
dcpaitments of Calvary Haptist Church.
IJiejcle Itider Injured.
X. E. DAW9011, of 220 Maryland Atemic north
east, while riding his bicjele at the corner of
North Capitol and O streets about G- o'clock last
niht, collided with a buggy and was slight!
hurt. He was aide to go home without aitiV.
ancc. 1'nileil to Keinovc the Snow.
John I". Costillo, Charles Leisure, Cliarles C.
Glover, Harriet M. Sullivan, Mary C. Cronin,
and Mat Gu-ck. were charged before Judge Kim
ball jeslcrdav with failing to remove snow
from the sidewalks 'in front of their Iiou-cs.
The fiiat four named were released on their
personal lionds while the latter two paid lines
of ?1 and ?2 respectively.
Tlic Death Itecord.
The following dcatlis for twenty-four
hours
ended at noon jesterday were reported at the
Health Office: Sallie E. Dodge, SO years; ilild.co
Aiilicm, O years; Thomas Dabbase, 05 year-;
Joeph Grant, tio jcars; Ella Flcmmins, 13 jcara:
John W. NichoK 13 idte; Ilan-s O. Haeekncs
i'j jtare: llrucc Moni'ic, 40 jean-; Soph.j Jolmsjn,
3S jcaid; Jennie S. Cam, S5 jear"; Jlilton tlrc-ham,
33 jcars; Dorris J. Padon 29 jcarsr James llrown,
2-j ' ears'; Mary Jones, 25 j-cars; .Mamie Henderson,
03 "yeiirs;" Rebecca M-Uhcws, 20 jcars; Marv
Mathewss vears; Robert Jackson, 1 jear; Myrtle
Thome 7 months; William W. Crowley, 2 raotitlis;
infant of Mary Dorsey, 3 dajs.
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ELIXIR BABEK
Preventive and sure cure for all
MALARIAL
Diseases, wch ss Chills. Fctct and Aguf, 1na
ef Appetite, Bilious and Dyspeptic Disorder", Head
sche. Pains m the Back, Side, or Limbs, Colds.
La Crippe, Neuralgia, etc. At all druggist. 50c.
ATLAS TABLETS
invigorate and restore to
health persons suffering from
Ictft vigor, weak memory,
nightly emissions, and evil
drains. Will cure ccminal
weakness, despondency, etc.
THE ATLAS TABLET CO.,
1220 Filbert st.. Philadelphia
For sale at Stevens' Phar
macy, 0th and Pa. ave., and
Henry Evans, S3S F st. nw.
Ileenme Suddenly III.
John W Talbott, who re-id at Ji3 I'"jrt .
street joutheait, became ill on Fifteenth strict
northwest shortly after 3 o'clock jestetday af
ternoon He rtfuicd mecncai aid iroin me i.inir-
gencv
Ho-pital and after a brief period was able
to go to Ills nome unjYmra.
Itcllc Semple Adjudged Tiisnne.
Etrlle Scmple, also known as Etclle Jcffer
son. w.3 jeitcrday adjudged inane Iij a mar--lial's
jury. The proceedings were held in Crimi
nal Court Xo. 2, and weic conducted by the
i-tant United fctates Marshal for tho District,
William B. Uobinon. A committee will be ap
pointed by the court to take charge ot the etate
of Mr, temple.
-'. Two -VVomeii Hunted.
K tire which broke out in houec 1301 D '-irect
nerthwet, about S o'clock last night resulted m
Misht burns beinK stained by Edna Itall.and
Piiii.1 William?, inmates of the hoiife, ami m
lo estimated at ?i. A local alarm vvr, cni in
lO the police of the First precinct and Zio. 1
Chemical Encine Company rc-pondid and is
tincui-lied the fire. The hou-e is owned bv Jo-eph
bright and is occupied by Hcrtic Jlav.
Attacked ly n Kootpnd.
Samuel Beach, tweniy-frvc years of asc a huck
ster, was treated at the-Emcrgency Hospital lat
night for a severe cut over the right car. He
stated to the hospital authorities that lie had been
knocked down by ar unidentified man near his
home, in Twining City, late Thursday night and
that a sum of money had been taken from Hint.
Heach was able to go to nis iiomcai a w......
The Mice have been informed of the affair and
will investigate.
to
Hnltlmorc and
Return ia
II. & O.
Saturday and Sunday. March 21 and 25.
lleurich's Hock 15ecr is ery popular with the
nconle. Call for Ilr-urkh' and jou II drink it
with great relish. 'Phone 031, Arlington Hot
Uin Co., for a case for vour Sunday dinner.
Works Swiftly
Wears
Slowly
Remington
Standard Typcwriicr
VVTCKOFF, SEAMAN'S & BENEDICT,
Elh and F Sts. N.W.. WashinstOD, D. 0,
-?
I jW jrCv j
!igllijr
and
Malt Whiskey
purity and cxceHtnce for nearly half a cen
NO FUSEL OH
$1.00 a bottle. Book sent free.
grocers,
E0CHE3TEB, Ji. T.
itftftfifiA-AAAA ttitiitttl
SAPOLIO
Wyoming
White Ash Coal
Is clean and satisfactory,
considering- the quality.
Price is low
J ZLtfij
702 11th St. N. W.
RING UP 'PHONE 772 for
Sewing
Machine
Repairing,
Renting.
1 Oc a Day.
POWETK
C. AUERBACH, 7 & H.
Trv our $1; Guaranteed Ma
chines. Send Postal
Rem:mher
MAJORS
KL'BBER
CE.MENT,
MAJOR'S
LEATHER
CEMkNl'.
OPEN
$10.90
Suit
To Order.
T.L"- :Ie "'."' g
Jay. ( all. L ' 1
wcrth J"ur wl i .vh-'l-ir
jou are I"" iv lnf
r not. 1 i Vrgtt
that -jweial ! ?J 5-. t
to o.der.
M. P. Fitzsiramons, 910 F.
McfvlUNN'S
LIXiR OF OPIUM
1 Is a preparation c! the Drug J h!ch IU lnjur-
low Effects are removed, while the valuable
nedicical rropcrtiw are retained. It possess
. "tr ..r ' t'i,. .r.,u and antisnarmedia
su ine "'" T""'---"j ven.. n!
powtrs of Opium, dui. preuui.. - -- -
he stcmaeh. no vomiting, no ccaUveneaj. no
headache. In acute nervous disorders it a aa
invaluable remedy, and ia xecommcdcd by to.
test phjsicians.
E. FERRETT, Agent,
S72 Pearl St
cegl-we.ta-lvr
Xevr York.
Uncle Sam Don't Wear
cVS --. a Truss, but he carries the Air
C J Cushion Truss all over the Litcd
5 V States. Men, women, and ch.idren
wear and like them. The Air Cushion Pad holds
with comfort: nothing; else will. Cocsultatson
and two weeks' trial free. Lady in attendance .or
Ladies. Oaicc, rarlors, waiting, and consultation
rooms on the same floor. Catalogue free. Till-.
BOIUCK AIR CUSHION' TRUSS COMPANY, 122t
F st. nu. 2d floor. ? " mhlO-tf.era
THE KNIGHTS OF HOXOU A ersnd frstcrnal
organization, the peer oi any, surisu vj
r0Ee dailns the twenty-six years of its es stecce,
has paid to its bcBelldatl . d
i - i-..i-.rirn thmisar.il deccasea orotiers,
the munificent sum of SIXTY NLVE MILLION DOL
LARS, TWO IIC.N-DRED AND EIGHTEEN THOLS
AN'D DOLLARS of which his beecn disbursed in
this citv; TWENTY THOfSAND DOLLARS in
1SD9. FRANCIS F. BATES, rand Dutaur, s33
JOHN H. KliU, orana ncpcricr, i.u.u
mhO-lrr.o.era
rhTTr for ettractins wbm
lecth are ordered. $3 covers ihe total
eicn-.o of the lesl teew.i ami 11
tractinr. Solid gold crowsa, $5r O tl .
ing-. II: Amalgam fillings, " . Pai-il'
tracting vith gas or by application of an
tn guui, oOa.
y fi,l-
Dental. .
Parlors,
(Over Hoover k Sny.lcr'sl.
1)11. A. THOMAS ITZ, MV.NAf.ER.
;tBY!
le;. wi wj
mn ana 1 tinjitj'. "- - - - --
H!l itylcs, and colir-- that arc " Ti:'
tU .,:.-. wMF-- Hi ttrf litis than Tl J
. ..rnlf lit tt... i-.. n 4.
1
ever bonglt bcfoie. ... -,
& Laundered vHIITF HIRT,
up. EVEtKI VR, - .
MOORE & CULLIVrW. 435 7tn St.
SucceisoK lo A. T. Lenfc.
TABLETS J fj
CURES DYSPEPSIA AND INDIQESTION
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Trial tree.
j8MtteK To Repair
ffB Broken Artl-
clcs use
Cth at. nc.;
1 . t.
EST TEETH, O
SO
IAH C
rsa 1. &&l.
If B3 V ."
feJOHNSbj-a
25
Attractions
Tonight
All-wool chev
iot garments and
perfection in all 1
SK.50
5
the details that.
good clothing can
be. Good, sound.
serviceable suits..
Cash or Credit,
at J3.50.
Think of --fine
Fancy Worsted
Pants, stylishly
cut, perfeet fit
ting, for ouly
S1.98. Why,
the equal of It
has never been
heard of before.
Cash or credit,
too.
$1.98
Mayer & Peitii
415-417 7th Street.
BUY A HIGH GRADE PIAN'O.
Eslahl.sVd 1W2.
rohlT tf.em
521I1TIIST S.W.
COXLIFF, Manager.
j. a
350 Men's and Boys'
Sweaters
and Striped Jer
kj, u fine as
ycu erer saw at '
2.00, $2.50, and
$3.00. An atra-
crLnarl!y fine let.
C. Auerbach. 7 & H,
DOMESTIC SEW IXC MACIIIXES. TEL.
The Royal 2.50 Shoes
In Patent Calf, VIcf, Enamel,
Box Calf, and all Shades of
Russet.
The Best Shoe Made.
The Royal,
617 Pennsylvania Avenue.
mbia-et
The New York Buffet,
The Best of Everything-
Tae tuslnesf man's resort. The most select
rtock cf liquors sad rigirs In th city.
KEURICH'S HAERZEN and SENATE BEERS
On Draught.
CREAM ALES. STOCK ALES AND
PORTER
On Draught.
Ilnntcr, "Wilnon, nnd Carstnlr'a
Ityc.
WILLIAM J. VONDERHEIDE,
405 Tenth Street 5 ,W.
"Strictly One Price."
Bridgework, $5
WTiy pay ?15 for bridgework when we
perform the verv- bent operation, u-ia
the trir.get and purest gold, for "
per tcKb. Let us refer you to promi
nent perrn3 fur wh-im we hav- made
bridgcwi'ik. e guarantee be-t w.M.
a-.d whI accept no pay unles it .s jW
lutely 'atfatiory.
U.S.
DENTAL
ASS'N,
Comer 7th and D Sts.
Oppesite R. narrh & Co.
E. O. Pigeon. D. D. 5.
WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
Therhave
stood the testof vears.
aad have cured thousands of
cases of Nervous Diseases,sKh
as Debibtv, Duiiness. Sleepless
ness and Varicocele, Atrophy.&c
They cuear the broin.strencthen
the c-.rcub:io3. nake dtceta
J- perfect, and impart a healths
rfviRor to the whole, betas. All
drains and losses are cheCKea
Mrnnrr irttin firmanenilr. Unless paues
ilfOllK AgaiU. -e oronerlv cured, their COa-
tioa often werries theiainsolnsamtv, Ceonip
tior or Death. Mailed seated- Pn-it per b:
6 boxes, with Iron-clad legal guarantee to cure Ot
refund the money, tz co Srnd for free buofc.
Address. PEAL MEDICIXE CO., Cleveland, 0.
For sale bv Acker & Affleck. H2S Ta. ave. nT.,
and Edward Stevens. Sth and Pa. avc. nvr.
AffiAKE PERFECT fWEN
ferLongerl The Jor "! ambitin of
life can brr-toreaio j. '"- '" '
worst casi of crToii.lehHHr
absolutelr cured by Pt.KtI.tTO
TAHLfiTS. Oive prompt relief to in
fomnU. faUtngr niemijry and tho
and drain of vlUl powers Incurred by
Indweretlonsorexce esorearlr year
ImoartTKrorand potoncj toevery fune-
tloa. Braee up the sjs'em. O re w uioum 10 ia
ebMksandldttre to the eye of TTV tobd or old.
Ones box renew, vital energr feiiJC bo"
iiJo7eomp"teguaranteedcurefr montr r
funded- Can bo earned In vet pacKet ?o!cl
evSrvtbere or tnal.ed In plain wrapper or. ri -eipt ck
price by THE rrarEcio co., cub kj., cito, iil.
STFVENS PHARMACY. Bth & Pa. ave.. aai
HENRY EVANS. 038 V it.
MADE ME A MAN
SS AJAX TABLETS FOSiXlVfcijx Lonr.
f"S XZEAVrwiif JUat lalllnj Hem--1
or7.ImpotencT.'JIep!essnBsa.eta,couea
X I fcy Atu or otar fxceseea and Indw-
afeJ cret'win, Thty quichiian inwi
ST rwtcio Lost Vitality In oldorjonnsr.cnd
f.UCin tor Rtaar, Duaiaes or auu"r.
.Dm.... Tnunttt nnd Consuoctlon. ir
i ' .il. n-h.i.a itiAf. lm?nedtatB Improve-
Stntand electa o CUKE v;hor all otter J"';
aiat upon having tho ennmo A x Tofilets. itey
tare cured thousands and wiitcurjoa.Jaivopos
i.i.. .niin.iraitM to etlact o euro ClPT; la
eochecsoor refund the rcorey. x,tjc 3.!?5u
pactaor ix ptce. (fall trfatmentl for S2S. By
nrjiil. In plain wrapper, nron nxrirt 01 rrio. rircnlar
S-'A JAX REMEDY CO., &?
Fcr sale In Washington. D. C. by Edward
Stevens. 0th and Pa. ave. Edmondi & William?.
3d and Pa. ave. R. L. Eliut 1017 M st. nw
V O. Duckctt. 2150 Pa. ave., DrusgisW.
ia21-tu.th.su tf
and
"Bock" Beer for Sunday, ii,;,,
Snot "lei V" Tiecr T 'i ever d-anlc, writt or pi 1
the Va. era' tap-fal UnwiHK Company rn
Tit
I c ttlc- c r! VI -j On gtle vmwlK'ri
BUY BIG AT BIEBER'S
Ard jsu'H save proportionally as large. A
supreme stock ef clothier, a superior line it
loetwear. and a matcliless thowinj ot furulsa.
IncsL BIEBER'S. 603 505-607 Wa Elsbtt SL
& S.
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