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IHE EVENlM" TJMES, WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, APjyir10, 1900.
S. KANN, SONS & CO. I
The Busy Comer.
Always the Best of Everything for the Least Money.
The Grandest Millinery Exhibit
Genius and Skill Could Conjure.
An assemblage of the highest-class millinery. Refinement, exclusiveness,
and Judgment are three of the characteristics. The fourth is that one which the
Busy Corner maintains at all times ECONOMY. You've time yet for your East
er hat. Our preparations will carry us over the shopping hours between now
and Easter Sunday, with a superb assortment to the last. The trimmed hats
Include one that will pleas your fancy. The untrlmmcd hats and the flowers
are enormously great.
We mention specials for tomorrow from -which all profits have been stripped.
Trimmed Hats in black and all the
leading colors newest materials and
trimmings faithful copies
of the finest models we
offer tomorrow at
.50
in
and
Trimmed Hats excellent stI
black and colors new mute rial"
wrought up in becoming
shades some v orih
'.$4.50
much as double. You
choice tomorrow .
Making Things Kum About the Jewelry Counter.
Solid gold ttoHe-st iitgs 1 QC
warranted 1W styles each J
9C
ioc
Sterling Silver Homts....
Sterling Sliver ThlwWes
23c
Sterling Silver
hlrt YVaiRt Sets.
Sterling Silver
Rings, per pair ...
I'Mlley Belt TOC
qec
Sterling Silver Lorgnette Chains
Adjustable dust-proof Photo- TZQ
Z3l
graph Frames
25c
Eaetcr Bracelet Hearts
Neck Fancies for
Pretty ideas of every sort. The stock is j
gathered from the various neckwear centres,
on at this counter:
15 dozen satin stock collars in all
colors, including white and black 1 1 C
worth 19c each special at '
A beautiful assortment of jabots of
fine liberty silk also of lace barbes
colors of white, butter, aud cham
pagne, 2 yards in length have sold
at Toe and S9c. Your choice J7C
S. KANN, SONS
k MM WITH A TWIST.
Xtur ictmw i-rarrttg
the partil m ili roM up
of Nine ijp!e- u that they
aw OWnwt from oUterr.
11k iiw M wtfl i wtl, lt ICs set
imt tKtbr in the mmI wty 4
Imh a Wiwhiwnoo t GfafetoftC
A Lincoln.
Af do ii.it rlaim ttiat
MASON'S YELLOW TABLETS
contain iHRTcdient unknown to Miters
But nc do sa thai the coin)MBatHB
is unufiul.
'JTtt reason they hae mch a proiiiiiii .d
ffrct upon
DYSPEP
If that Urn jre j.rpaifd fr r
a ic-lrbr-itpd fTinula or w -li.ni..i vjv
tlK1 formula if-cd by a rcle'ir-i-i in -t u'
Thiee tablets iiue the ache
Tow lli iire impait a w 'i-"in
MH' ttl buoj bulv ,
Iiunni depression; rone hof.
ami CCRK. CI HI. spwWj.
Cure positively.
MASON'S HEALTH DEFENDERS
IASVS "iELLOW TABLET ur HYSPEP-SIA.
MAMiVS BROWN TAIJLLTS cui. CONSTIPA
TION MASON'S BED TABLETS cotp COUGHS.
MANX'S WHITE TABLITS curr SORE 1 H BOAT,
tablet 10c all dtuccMs or seat for
pm-e H. T. MASON CHEMICAL COMPANY.
615 ArcJi St., Philadelphia. Pa. ,
IAi-s CREAM OF OLIVEi. cures CTAKBH
Cures it !
crtispleteli. Removes the Jt vwiige j
.SjiieiMjicl for Piles- 25c a box all
tlrurKst& or sent lor price as aboc
Hfnn Evans, f"22 F St. X.W.
iMttri Steieii, tli and Pa. Ave..
Maci..tll Uroc. tih and H Sts. N V.
E. S. Ltadboater &. Sons, Alexandria, ta.
WXUGLAS S3.S9SiiOE. '
UKIOS MADE.
I!y Washlnpton Store. 1013 Pa.
t1J T2iII"'I"a
"Golden Hop," i
Our New Beer,
1 12 quarts, $1.
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$
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It's a n !
.low in j. i f "
Jiop and iu.i
1 dillglitful in
-e brew
in qua it; a ii c
Ilii c-l . f -ll"
iii i", old, an 1
flavor
OOIJM'.N HOP"
' M-XR ".ih-.UI- t-.i famil.N
use. Hotth Jt in V1 -KT ,M
' Ik- fiitr.) v.. ill i a- -ojjomn?
prixriaui -topitrfc. ,
14 v-in- -it in wilcf
torcd wi;.tf M Wiwn tax'
and Ihi 1.- -t. iiiurtwd Wll
iu:n i) i".
Washington Brewery Co.,
4T1I AM) r ST M II.. n. 2154
To Repair
Broken Arti
cles use
J
Majors
(Cement
rtcmembcr
MAJOP.'S
HUH13ER
CEMENT,
MAJOR'S
LEATHER
CEMENT.
3 Pairs Socks-
The 1 if.se st bargain in SucVk that
25c
ou eer have known loi many a day.
KM-clletit qualitx. 3 jhui-- ("r 25
'ECLIPSE" Mllinfe the best ?I
AVi.ite Shirt in America.
Xer Epring DEHUlf- jnd IE
DOHA.0, $1, ?1 .'.0, and ?2.
MOORE & CULLINAN, 43 5 7th St
Successors to A. T. Lewis.
The Blue
Label
Serge Suit
A rtylMi, perfect fittlns and nobby
tailored Scree Suit Guaranteed and Qj O J C
worth ?12 for. vpow J
blEBEH'S, P03, SOS, B07, 009 Eighth St. S.E.
T'.l,rK the National Capital Brrvi
Telepnone vz Co. Ior c ot ti.rr
fsmoiw MuemlK-mr tJlunlclii uoer.
JL25. &jld ui il fir; tlas tilotcs.
2 .(T.
It
S. KANN, SONS & CO.
230 dozen finest quality Fancy Braid
Hats including turbans and drcsn
shapes all new goods values
65C
crs and
Ics of
from "c to ?1 23. Your choice
tomorrow
Great ealcof-flnc French flowers and
Foliage of all kinds tables of
the nnct values
"E.15C & 25c
-Jonwrrow..
bunch.
K'
19c
..5C
98c
Eyeglass Chains gold plated..
Silk Eyeglass Cords
Boys
CiiHins
Warranted Gold-plated
Vmil
styles .
Shirt Studs assorted 1 QC
- t
25c
23c
25c
Silvered Link Bracelets
Special assortment
Combination IKirscs....
of fine
Fish Net Shopping Bags
Easter Wear.
concentration of spring beauty.
Here's report of what is going
50 do?en white embroidered and 1;
turnover collars finest materials-
values that are good at 2!c and
3!e. Special price of
.Iff
Swell assortment of ladies' neck fix
ings, jabots, and ties and lace fichus
exceptional values at as much as $1.2."
and J1.9S. YouTt offered your QC
.94'
choice of the entire lot at...,
& CO., w
33
...ON YOUR...
aster am
o
All our shrill"; sloi-U of
rioihlnjr, Toji Coats. Fur
iiisliliijrs. ami Hats go at
'.VM'.l jtcr cent off regular
jirlft's prior to rebuilding.
An opportunity to be
sitati-lied up (juirkh.
i $10, $12, $15
I Suits, - -
The greatest offer e"or
made in tlie clothing busi
ness. Itrand nty Black
Hii'viol Suits just out of
the factory reduced as a
rebuilding sale special to
Sii.'.Hi.
LOEB&CO.,
62 1 Pa. Ave.
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Tin -u Uruiiil.
The -fJirl with the Auburn Hair is still
in some ret-ppftf. as much of a mystery as
ever, but Washington curiosity has jst last
been gratified as to the character nnd
t merit!; af hw act. and a?-lhe headline! at
the Grand It is needle-;-2 to s-ay that both
wore satisfactory. Indeed, it was the hit
f the evening, awl its novelty was pot
appreciably dimmed by the fact that imi
tators of it have Mnrl here earlier in
the fKmn While imitation i- ihe sin
eereKt Matter it tt-twlly serves only to foi
off the sroat.T merit of the oiiginal. and
that i the cast1 iu this instance. The
"Girl's"" 1cauty of fare and oice does iot
need tho novel venio effeels she uses to
make her act a striking success, but thoie
same effects undoubtedly enhance its
charm. The .-.tage is bare except for a
clever arrangement or -cenery showing
the front of an aneient cathedral. After the
stately orgnn prelude of "The Palms," her
rich contralto takc-s up the strains of that
noble hymn and as she carries it to its
grand climax the walls of the cathedral
melt away disclosing the "Girl" in nil the
glory of her wealth of auburn hair With
the excellent management, of light and
scenery the effect is very dramatic The
,' " ,
"mystery" as to her identity is
iuj'etcry, but theie is no doubt or uncer
tainty as to the excellence of her work.
The rest of the programme included
Fitzgerald, who, if the name were not so
hackneyed, might well style himself the
Pooh-Bah of the vaudeville stage. His
sketch introduces eight different charact
ers and he lakes them all well. It almost
makes one doubt the correctness of the
old law of physios that a body cannot be
in two places at the same time Solaret,
in addition to the drapery dances given
last week, introduced some new and pleas
ing effects of light and color in the same
line. Will Eniney defied the recent regu
lation with in exhibition of unmuzzled
trained dogs. De Hav.Jn and Male estab
lished a yearling record In juvenile songs
and dances. Crefisy and Dane gave a clever
sketch entitled "Grasping an Opportun
ity," aud Lolta Gladstone and Jack Xor
vorth wero seen in specialties, the former
of the country maiden "Sis Hopkins"
order and the latter in black face. After
noon and evenings daily.
Ct f I'nlutiiiK ItcieK Occk tri!K:o.
The District Commissioners havu re
quested George T Dnnlop, president of the
Capital Traction Company, to deposit with
the Assessor of Taxes the sum of ?021- II.
one-half payment of the cost ot painting
the ironwork ot the bridge across Rock
Creek on Connection A veil tier The Inw
enjoins that the cost of repairs to this
bridge shall be shared equally by the Dis
trict aud the raihoad company.
$6.90 1
NAPHTHA STEM!' EIGHTS
t i
Tlie District Commissioners Scored
by L. S. Nicolai.
The MiiniiKcnieiit of the Service ChIIh j
for nn IitroHtlgntioii Competition
Killed by the Towers Tlmt Be L.O
enl Firm Kail to Obtain SntlH
" faction lit the District Hollaing:.
According to L. S. N'lcolai, a wholesale
dealer In oils, tho luanagcrrrent ot the
naphtha street lighting service in tha Dis
trict is a matter which calls x loudly for
investigation. In talking on tho subject to
a Times reporter, Mr. Nicolai said
the Commissioners, and n rar
tlcular Commissioner Wight, have been in
strumental in breaking down all competi
tion in the furnishing of naphtha lamps for
street lighting in the District. "Further
thaa that," continued Mr. Nicolai, "tho
Commissioners, at the recommendation of
Mr. Wight, us I understand it, have turned
over to a firm in Philadelphia the entire
naphtha street lighting seivico in'disrcgnrd
of the claims of locM firms of reliable
standing." .
Mr. N'icolai represented to the reporter
that the Philadelphia concern holds the
contract for furnishing nsphthavfantl the
lamps for the service in this city- Mr.
Nicolai claims that an inferior burner is
used in the place of one formerly used and
owned by the District. The dismantling' sf
the old lamps and the introduction of the
new ones took place. Mr. NicolaI"sflid, by
the consent of the Commissioners and un
der the supervision of the Superintendent
of Street Lighting. What became of the old
burners. Mr. Nicolai thought would be an
interesting subject of enquiry. By this
means Mr. Nicolai stated that the Phila
delphia firm not only got possession of tho
street lighting service, but put inferior
property in the place of that removed.
The contract for the year being about to
expire, about a month ago Mr. Nicolai bald
he made pnquiry of the Commissioners
whether in future contracts it would be
stipulated that the District or the con
tractor should own the burners, tubing,
etcurging a prompt decision on the ques
tion, as he wished to become a competitor
for the service." Mr. Nicolai declared that
he had not received a Kitisfactory reply to
this or any of his requests or repiesenta-
tions regarding the naphtha street ngiu
ing of the District. To him it now appears
plain that the Commissioners do ndt can
to throw the service open to competitive
hidding.
Mr. Nicolai continued: "After reading
(he articles in the local papers bearing on
the subject of naphtha street lighting
within the District, -particularly the one
written by W. C. Dodge and published in
The Times under date of April P. 1000, I
can only agree with him in the various
points of his argument in bringing to the
attention of our citizens and taxpayers one
of the errors that is being committed by
our District authorities. This is done ap
parently with a view to serving certain
interest or interests, or from inexperience
on the part of the offlcial in charge in
handling a matter of which he knows noth
ing, but in my opinion Jl cannot be attrib
uted to the latter cause, for on several
occasions the attention of tho Commis
sioners has been called to their mistakes
in handling this service, for which our
citizen taxpayers have to suffer.
"The .question now is, how long do the
people propose to stand bueh conduct on
the part of the Board of Commissioners in
the careless handling of the District mon
ey under the appropriation of Congress?
"'I. too. nae had a communication be
fore the Commissioners, presented, at the
District Building by myself Insperson dur
ing January. li'OO. bearing oi the annual
contracts for naphtha lightning, und as yet
I have not received a reply officially. 1
can only sav 1 have read the article previously-
published in the papers as being
Mr. Wight's view or oplnioirbn the Ques
tion of municipal ownership of, the naphtha
lanterns complete, and I am much surpris
ed at Mm. the Chairman of our Board of
Commissioners, displaying aS he" "does, s-o
little business judgment iu expressing him
self as he has done in this case. It may
be that he has no pergonal dt-sire to tu
injure th? interest! of our citizens, but lie
does not appear to have ft desire (o study
carefully the recommendations of the
Electric Engineer, when this department
comes directly under his Charge."
PASSING OF WILLARD HALL.
Workmen IIpbJ" tlio nclriifilim of
the OIl Lnrnlintirli 't'oilny.
Wiliard Hall is being torn down. Tho
workmen began the demolition of the in
terior this morning and the outer walls
will soon follow. The historic old building
Is to give place to a modern structure, the
home of the Union Trust and Storage Com
pany, in which Capt. Joseph Wiliard and
other prominent busiuess men are Inter
ested. Wiliard Hall has stood for eighty years
or more on this spot, while all around it
the wonderful changes of the old and the
new Washington have been taking place.
vWhen it was built it was one of the largest
Structures in the city except the Govern
ment buildings. It was built f6ra?church,
and for many years was knownas the "F
Street Church." the first Presbyterian
Church in.the city. Two Presidents, Buch
anan and" Pierce, beside many of th? im
portant people of half a ceiituryatt3 more
ago were members of itsjfeongregation
under Dr. Laurie and Dr. Gtirjej jts last
pastor. When Dr. Gurley and his congre
gation had built the New York Avenue
Church they sold the building to Joseph
Wiliard. the father of Captain Wiliard, in
ISoO. Since that time the edifice has had
a aried career as a public hall.
The cornerstone of the building with its
records of the first quarter of the century
is soon to be reached by the warlauen. and
Captain Wiliard will personally superin
tend its opening.
lCernaii's I.j ccum.
Tlip Big Sensational Double Shows opened
a week's engagement at Kernan's Lyceum
Theatre yesterday with two performances
before crowded houses. It is an aggrega
tion of white and colored performers com
posed of artists of .trying degrees of abil
itv. The show opens with a burlesque en-
titled "Conology," in which the full force
of the comnanv is brought out. In the olio
Josie Lecoy sang several ballads with good
effect, Adams and Kelly showed to ad
vantage in clog dancing and did some
comical acrobatics. Williams arid Russell
were amusing in a nousenslcal sketch and
Farrell and Nelson in acrobatics were
pleasing. Sullivan and Kceler ware warm
ly received in their really funny comic
sketch. A burlesque entitled "The Queen
of the Opium Palace" closed the bill. Aft
ernoon and evenings daily.
KinniictitiiUun Day l'lnns.
A "regular meeting of the general staff
of the Emancipation celebration under the
auspices ot the Lincoln Emancipation
League, was held last night at the Mc
Kinlej House, 4S9 Missouri Avenue. The
chief marshall reported the progress and
the outlines of tho parade, and made a
statement as to the amount necessary to
fully carry out the paradu plans. The
staff adjourned to meet jointly on Tuesday
night.
Kincil for AsMiuIt.
Isaac Robinson, colored, charged with
committing an assault on Grace Wilkinson,
was this morning ordered Tiy Judge Kim
ball to pay a fine of ?20, or serve sixty
days in jail. The fine was paid.
Even body lus -a hobby, and afler jou once
drink ilcunch" beer it will always be your hobby
lo 'phone f3l. Arlington Bolt'ihg Co , for J we
ot Uaj-riji buutc vr Latter.
Just
What
Visitors to
Washington
who ma bo gutsl. of Uot(R can luv,-
THEIR LAUNDRY
done up in fUt cla stjlc on .-hurt notice
Step ta the 'phone, call up 15", and we'll
answer pioinpth l)onicnr Hnisli on
Shirts, "Ai.ti-MvVar" butt uh los m Col
lars. STEAM
LAUNDRY,
Ccincr Sixth and C Sts. N W.
-
ELIXIR BABEK
Sure cure for Malaria, Cli.lls and Fever. Alo
Colds, La Grip, Neuralgia, etc. At all diugs'tt
p3 tf.rm
Wbt uenin& thuetf
Tl KSDAY, AI'HII, 10, 1000.
The AWnllior Indlca tlona.
Kair and wflnmr tonihi; win Wrtlmfdni af
ternoon or nicht; ruisr W-dnc5 : nrthrr,
fitifting lo Intli northfa-Urlj winds.
TEMI'HHATUHK.
Tcinprrature at 1 p. in
.44
THE SUN .VXD 1IOON'.
. . .5:31 A.M. Sun -ft r.:30 P.M.
I Moon set-.. 2:37 A.M.
TIDE TABLC
5:04 A.M. and r.:2t P.M.
11:30 A.M. and ll:3oP.Mv
him n-o..
Moun ri-t?
High tide
Iajw tide
STHEET L1GHTIXO.
Iunp lit t(iay
Lamps out tomorrow
.7:11 P.M.
.1:MA.JI.
AMl'SEMEXTd TODAY.
Rrnnir.g Track Itarcs at. S:20 p. in.
National Park Hau,ill, Uiookljn s. George
town, 1 p. in.
The New Grand- Vaudeville; afternoon and
evening.
Columbia Thratie "The Ameer;" fening.
Ijijette Square Opera Houv '.Three Little
Lambs;" eemng.
National Tlicatre " hrn AVe Were Twenty
one;" c cuing.
Academy ol Mu.-ic -"A Guilty Mother;" even
ing. KernanV Iyecr.m Theatre VjudcvHIe, aflci
i.oon and eeniiir.
IN AND ABOUT THE GHX
111 oil AVitlionl 3lcilicnl tlfntln.
Ooronrr Carr vras thl morning notiflcd of th
death witlmut Hidlical attenlirm of Xieliolas Ilol
lins at hi home, 1213 X Street northwest.
It U aid Ilolliiir had born ill for some t.inc It
is expected a urtificnte ot K-alh ihie t naturil
t-atves- will lie iisiied.
n Attomiit :i Suiciilc.
(Vlia UrooK.- elored, of li20 I) i-trttt nirth
vet, drank a die of c:iil)olic acid with suicidal
intent, it is Niid, while under the influence of
liquor, alout ?:r o'etoek this morninjr. Mie va?
Kinoed lo tin- KnursTTiry llerpita) lor tiejlment
and iii-l after anlhlotes had been applied
Lalci -lie was ixturned t Iicr home.
BloelNt Injured.
Samuel A. Poller, forty years of ago, n (
in tlie I'niUd Mates Wtatlier Iturean, (Mine into
collision with a wajron lnlonpng to ihe S.hwartz
child Iteef Company while riding iii biejcle at
ihc corner of I'.iluh Mreet and Pennsylvania
Avenue northwest last nicht and wa painfully
hurt. lie was taken to tlie Emenreney Hospital
and an examination showed a fracture of the nose
and other injuries. After hU wounds had been
diescd 1'oltcr was placed in a ward for further
treatment, lie rttides at Arlington, Va.
"Wheel in en In Collision.
Tlionias hvinfT, colored, collided with F. V.
Slcvcnron, fifty jtars of age, at the comer of
Fourteenth and II Streets northwest about 7
o'clock last mglit with the result that Mr.
Stevenson was painfully injured and removed to
tlie Kmcpncv Hospital for treatment. Bolli
men were riiTinfr bicycles. The ambulance was
called and Mr. Stevenson was taken to the hos
pital. Uxamination t-howed severe injuries to
lKth leps and bruises of a serious nature about
the head and body.
DYSPEPSIA
"For lx year I wmm m. victim of ti 7
peptia in Its vtorst form. I could eat nothing
but milk toast, and at times my stomach would
not retain and digest even that Last March I
began talcing CASCARETS and since then I.
have steadily improved, until I am as well as I
ever was in my life."
David H. Mcppht. Newark. 0.
CANDY
CATHARTIC
TKAoe uuk aMormrco -
Pleasant. PalatxWe. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Qood, Kerer Sicken. VYeakea. or Gripe. 10c. 2oc.60c.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
IC.riLr ttntij Ctaptij, Ckleiti Kantrtal, Hew T.rk. JU
yn Tfi aiifi Sold and cnarnnteed by allclrnc-RQ-TU'BAb
EUtto CVETotacco Uabit.
r M ii
Ai
HgftYOU
j When you arc jf ,
really hungry 4
. I j ad haven't Jt
H l t1110 to cok;
HI when company j?
I I comes at an " I
I 1 unexpected P g
B AL hour, there is E I
m nothing that j I
U M-m meets the C
iBHflS emergency H
BBSBBK likc 3 1
KENNEDY'S
XWUmsi
; ob. m x i' "
WLm
Almost as thin as paper. So M WMk
f crisp and creamy they melt in &In Q EWI
your mouth. Sold everywhere Ki' aU W
in sealed Ikjxcs only. Never m
C in bulk. At all grocers. & IflU
3 Always fresh. "j HhW
NATIONAL BISCUIT J HIPHBHbHhhi
3 Washington, It yg ' VBhBSBhB.
t D.C C ' QBKhHBk
zi . fezZ' BbVJBVbVk
Ji8 yUHHUKi
I "Your laundry. Sir." I ffiMZ& V
Retiring Sale!
M. Kaufman, East Washington Clothier.
Gigantic Offer for Easter Week.
Any Child's Suit in Our Establishment i Price.
No Restrictions. This Offer for Easter Week.
iMclcout $1.25 Suit. Retiring Price c
Pick out ?1.98 Suit. Retiring Price .-i Jo
Pick out $2.08 Suit. Retiring Price i rv
Tick out ?3.75 Suit. Retiring Price ih'Jr
Pick out $4.75 Suit. Retiring Price .. !.(
EASTER WEEK FOR MEN.
See other clothiers' $10.00 Suit. Wo will duplicate it for Jo'o9
See other clothiers' $12.00 Suit. Wc will duplicate It for $6.35
Sec other clothiers' $13.C0 Suit. We will duplicate It for $8.65
rOItXER KIUIITII M 1 hTItKUTS S. E.
Tnkc Xnvy Varil Cars. l.ooU for SIkii-.
IHHHHHHM
KEEP YOUR
greatest Nerve
I.
mUZZyV- !
I hve clrtn personal inspection to the working of M. I. S. T. oa the fat.min system, acd
must say that It entirely meets with my professional sanction.
D. II. J.OOMIS, Late Demostrator of Anatomy, Philadelphia Medical Collef.
WHAT WE GUARANTEE M. I. S. T. Wo. 2 WILL CURE.
RHBUMATISM. no matter how losir standing Any cate of Inflammation of the Blad-
STRICTURE without local treatment. Will
tlrely from the system Cancer and Cancerotn Germi. .
In addition to the abOTe, M. I. S. T. No. 2has cured many caws of Paralys:, I.ocomotoi
Ataxls. Spinal Trouble nd apparently Incurable diieases of the nerTe.
M. I. S. T. has been on the marketfor ever 20 jrzrt.acd has cured thousand ol mi!
trcrs. Ills prescribed by leadinfphjBiciacsalloTerthecocntrr. It i pleact totake and
TimYITI absolutely safe. It never Increases or diminishes the action of Ihe
L1 J I.1 L" heart. If you are suffering from any chronic disease you are urged to
f" Jjfjlj write to us. no matter how many doctors or kinds of medicines you
" have trjed wUb0ut relief. WE GUARANTEE TO CURE YOU. That
you may judge of the value of the Great Specific for yourself. we will send you one
week's treatment FREE, only asking that when cured yourself you will recommend
it to others. "Write confidentially to our medical department giving symptoms. II
per box, or six boxes for $3.
Address M. I. S. T. Co, Washington, D. CM
613 Louisiana Avenue.
The PotCalled the Kettle Black BeCADAI I f
cause the Housewife Didn't Use wn I J LlV
KEEP YOUR
ORPHiNE
F.:") Homo
Cure.
In
Pnlnlea.
Permnnont
We will ztail anyone addicted to Opium,
Morphine. I-audnnum, or ntbct drui;
labit.irlnl trt:itini'nt. rreoorchnrze.
of the most remftrkabl remedy ever aiscovrfil. Contai
Croat Vltnl Principle hr-tofore unknown. Ilc
rrnrtory Cnsei solicited. Corf Jtitlil correspondence
inviteil fron all, especially Physician. ST. JAMES
SOCIETY, pei BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
'5
10MACHTABLE15
5 TABLETS 1Q CENTS
A FAULTLESS FA3IIL.Y EEMEDY
FOR SALE DY ALJ! DRUGGISTS.
Piano Bargains.
JSaTn.'
1 Chlckcrlnp Vofiims:
TERMS TO SI IT.
STIEFF PIANO WAREROOMS,
521 11th st. nw- ,.
apT tf.cm
J. C COMilrf, Jlgr.
OAS STOVES.
For Cooking and Heatirjr.
GAS APPLIANCE EXCHANGE.
2121 Kcw Yotk Avenue.
AllKIoiinl Pollcomcn Aiipoliiieil.
. .. .1.- i:i.:.. r"Vnniiii.irvnpr tlio fol-
liy order oi uw i..-i" -- - -
lowinu named r"K"i lnvc ,,ecn Jf'P01"u1 a,lm'
tional private on the Metropolitan Police force:
Edward M. Gra, for duty at the (jonzjfra Col-Je-
Georpc i. Kin','. W. W. W.illinsford. S. J.
LancaMor, 4. H. lloran. S. V. Field A. Skinnqr.
I Fant. K. P. lleiiderson, Gciirge Johnson,
and 4. 4.. Uoliin, for duty at the atfonal Jln-
FCUIIl.
Thf Ilviiioul r Tclowrnpli lolii.
Tlie Uutrict C'omniis,'ioiier.J liave fiifa rcinri
io Colonel T. A. -ttffieham, in tliaryc of Public
Ruildings a"d Grounit, to rniiovc wires front
iwIm mi I), Tiiittecuth and 1 streets norttiw&t.
as it is the intention ot the DUtnct autliontlM
to remove tlu poles J- -xn a. praillcablc- a.tcr
Ai.ril 15, l'JCO.
EYE ON THIS
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
and Blood Tonic
S. T.
No. 2.
cure any case of Varlccctle TY.I1 remove en
EYE ON THIS
mi:
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Rf .fine Papt'. Ri. .'hnp Pjpfr-". 1.- ni
Pitch. Pains 1'itil.f. (val tr :-e rjr,
Oils of toal Tar. A-ih.lt. .lapan la !.
A arnUh,
Creosote ( Ufwn'- 1 At 15c
Oil, fpergal.
Slas for It..oftrr, Sub, Tir Taps tc.
E. B. Warren & Co.,
MAM FACTrUKHS AND llOUAI.KHr
Cor. 27th and II sts. n.w. Phone 2i:.
apl-lmo
BEST . . .
Crown anl Bridgework,
' ' ' $5.00.
Arc you paying too ninth for dentistry? L
our dentist trjmff to convinct- yu that
Crown and BridKework m worth 1U or $15'
Wc give you the lift Solid jrold crowi and
bridgcATork that cicncc, 'kill, and tlie finest
materials can producp at i per to t!i Other
operations proportionutel low.
N,Y.
Dental
Parlors,
1211
F
St.
(Over Hoover k Snyder's.)
DR. A. THOMAS CTZ, Manag"
II urn od liy n I.ivc Wire.
William Stanblcy, twenh-one ear of age, an
electrician employed by Ihe P.'tonwc Klcitrt.'
Power Company, while at work in the irower
house, corner of Thirti -third and K btrtc ,
northwest, yesterday aitcrnoim, lame in con
fact with a" live- wire and wa severely hnrr.fd.
He was eiijraged in tniutr ronncctioiw with a
new cable at the time, ami iu omp way. un
explained, he touched a wire apart from U
cable coil upon which he a- workimr. 1 lie
nafrol wacoi from the cveiith pre.inct suti-n
took Staublcy to th? Emcixency Hospital whiro
he received medical attention. II condn on u
seriou". but it is thousht he will recovcer.
O A S T O R I A f or lnftr,ls ani Childr8n.
fa Kind You Have Always Bought
A Mighty
Fine Sideboard
...for...
$16.75.
$f jsJ rip
IMS.
The good housekeeper must haTe a
fjrsr-class SIDEBOARD It is essen
tial to the dining room We sell aa
extra large size Sideboard, with bev
eled Freneh plate mir
$16.75
ror and swelled front,
at
Mayer & Petllt,
415417 7th St.
'Strictly One Price.'
Some den'i c iurge a patent ex rbitant Pies
ciraplv bcea-e they believe th' y enn get it.
have "strictly one priee to all, 31 w eh
no more whethr the lufient te able to py
or not. Me make th lt plates ami pemm
all n"Cf"arT fitTntirx -iu never ak.
$8
more or 1m than
UQ -DENTAL
Corcer Tth anU D Sts.
(Over Franc t Sow.)
E. O. Pigeon. D. D. SL
TAILORING
At
Little
Cost.
We are frtiviire P-
tation m bisr lots fcy
nuttmir tf much vain
in thwe $13 SLITS TO
ORTjLK.
It fjshion, fabri'', Hi,
and B-i-h they're tfce
pters of arytiiins to "
had near the pnte.
M. P. Fitzsimmons, 910 F.
The New York Buffet,
The Best of Everythinz-
TTie limlneas man's rrsort. Ihe raott e!ecs
rtock cf liquors and flcars In the city.
HEURICH'3 MAERZEfl itti SENATI 3EER3
Ob Dnaght.
CREAM ALES. STOCK ALES AND
PORTER
On Untight.
llanter, U'iUon. anil Cnrstatr'j
Hye.
WILLIAM J. VONDERHEIDE,
40.1 Tenth Street X .XV.
350 Men's and Boys1
Sweaters
ii, cd Stnped Jer-
CT5iJc-S&:swt toji erer saw at
& tZ.00. $2.30. and
K .,J, .
ordinarily fins lot.
C. Auerbach, 7 & H.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES. TEL
.pC- dtf
MAKE PERFECT MEN
DOSOTIlESrAIK! lronoimi
fer Longer' The Joy aud ambitions or
lire can be r"tored lo yim. The ery
worst cases of rou 'fr,',!'yJl,"
ahMl'itelr carI by PEUFEtTO
TAHLfTTS. OlTepromi.t relief to in
somnU, t alllnr memgry nd tbwrt
and drain or rltal powers. Incnrred by
indiscretions or excesses of enrlr year.
ImnartTijror anj notify to etery func
tion. Brace up the lys'em. Cit- t. bloom to tae
"he" ts and lustre to' the rye- of7Voun : or old.
One 50c box renews itat enerey 1?J ?!
KMa compte itnaranteetl euro X3S7 or T .ne-i
fnnded. Can be carried in Test ""J" pocket. Sold
ererywliere.or mailed in plain wrapper on reeeipt ot
tnce by THE riWEtTO CO., Caxt.a Btlg., talftT, .
TKFNS niARMVCY. S' i 4: Pa. avc. awl
HEMtY EUAN'S Oil F .t
WHEN IN DOUBT. TRY
Thcv hare
itrtntl the tetof vear.
and hsrs cured thoujands el
cases of Nervous Diseases, such
as Debilif. Dimness. Sleep! ess
ne and aricocelc.AtrODhv.&C
Theyclearthc bram.strcncthen
the Circulation, make digestion,
perfect, and impart a healthv
vigor to the whole belm?. All
.-....9 ind tic ar cheelced
Stfok Asain. r&KE
lion often worries thrra into Insanity. Consnn'P
tiop or Death. Mailed sealed. Pi-e i t per bc-x:
6 bosej. with Iron-dad leg-l g-iarant-e to cire cr
refund the money, tm Send for free be.
Address. PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, 0.
.. --- -i f. wrt.l- til Pj a. nir..
ror saie uy achk & num.., - -
! and Edward Stevens. 8th and Pa. are. nw.
fiIADE SV1E A MAN
AJAXTABLfc lo fuaii.ivr.ijx vrix.
ory, Iznpoteacy. SleerlesanoM. etc- cauasd
by Abo.30 or other Excesses nad India
crotlonn, Thev u"rA.j ami turtlu
restore lost Vitality in oldoryotunr.and
fltamaaforstady, baslnesa or marriage.
PreTat Insanity and Consumption If
nent and eEscU a CURE rhere) all other lall In
aist upon hsriae the gennino Mar Tnhlots. They
hare cured thousands and wl i 1 cum joa. Wa ccira a pos
itiro written Guarantee to eff oct a cur CR fT5 a
e&chcasaor refund tho money. Wcsw Wlwtper
package; or six pkcea (full treatment! for $2J5Q. B7
ir ail. In plain wraprr. upon rwcriptot rrice. I lrcular
-AJAX REMEDY CO., nr
For ale in Wrwhinston, D. l. by dwir(l
Stevens. 8th and Pa. ave. Edmonds & Williams,
id and Pa. aTe. It. L. Eliot. 1017 M st, mif,, an-i
W. C. Duckett. 2150 Pa. ave.. Urusjlsts.
Ia2i-tu.th.su.tt
BOILS will continue to annoy ywt-is lenR
as your blood remains iu bad condition. iT
puts the blood in good order ana g g g
leceps it so. " ,
THE KNIGHTS OF HOXOR-A Krand fraternal
orsanization. the peer o' any. surpaseed bj
rune durins the twenty-3lx yiars of H cxUMnc,
has paid to Its. beneficiaries, the widow. and or
nhans of thirty-fire thwiiand deceased brother,
the munificent sum of SIXTY SIRE MILLIoSDOL
InS, TWO HUNDRED AND 110I1TEEN THOUS
AND DOLLARS of which his beeen ilisbuwed ia
this city; TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS i2
l0a. FRANCIS F. BATES, Grand Dictator. r83
Cth st. nx.; JOHN II. KING, Grand Kepwter. 101
I st. tt. ipl3t
AiiroirIutIn for .IiiitIion-M- Vnrvlt-
Tlif C..miiii-sini- have rew-red ?rntr M
li.n thairnui. ,f tlw -np p; r fr a im t m
mitte. t- inclmlp ir thr Ih-u.a jpV'rWt'l
' hill an item cf "I i i" !'!" a rr. 10 .... -
diti-iii to the alnr-lioiw.
Bears the
Signature
of
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