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THE JUOKNING TIMES SATUEDAY, aSIAECH 14, 1896.
8 i OE EDITBOIN A'RE NEW PEATEO ftHTlCLI 9 "We want to be the firm to come first to 3rour mind when you think of buying Ath letic Goods or Cloth ing." Baseball Goods are ready. Parker, Bridget&Co 315 7th St. The soft, mellow, pleas ant whisky is Pure Berke ley Rye. Its equals are few very few. minuses ml Benning's Capacity Will Be Test ed to the Utmost. BANKER BELHOET'S BUNCH Thirty-two Thorouijhbreds Will Be Rued by the Millionaire Xew; York Turf man Johnny McCaf forty '"Par tial to the Local Track Special Meeting of Washing oiiJooke3' Club. A WONDERFUL FILTER How the Blood Pure. Ig Kept II eulth Comes From PureBlood, Which Ueponds'on the Kilter Svithlu You Your Kidneys Are future's Filter. JAS. THAIIP. Wine and Liquor Importer, 812 F Street N. W. A SPLENDID PIANO FOR HO.'IE USE is the ma: chic s BLASIUS. Skillfully cunbtruuteil in tlic 1110.1 thorough manner, it'll sue- cessl"u:iv stand any amount of the everest rori of practice. Then, their lu-autiful tone and easy touch materially enhance the progi es of jiuj lis. Test one here Kasv terms. METZEROTT Si&l, Sole D.C.Agonts for WoieesterOrgans, 1110 F Street N. V. DIAMOND DUST. Tommie Dowd continued his journey to fit. Louis yesterday morning. When Tommie and Chris pel together today there "will Ik? a monkey and parrot lime Tor several minutes, and then each will give in an inch or two and Tommie will Mgn a contract. Tommie's salary will be something like $1650 for the season. He got $1,400 last year. Will some one please hold President Bickcy of the "Western AEsociation? Ho is in favor of cutting loose entirely from the national agreement aud of having minor leagues go it alone, and he thinks that this will be done at the meeting in this city next Monday. Nothing of the tind will be done, however. The "minors" have no thought whatever of withdraw ing from the nalttittaLagreement. know ing well that such a step would mean their own destruction. The Bostons will go to Charlottesville next Monday. The Brooklyns, in charge of Manager Dave Foutz. arrived at Weldon yesterday, and Baltimore is due to start lor Macon. Philadelphia and "Washing ton will be the only two clubs remaining north, and the Phillies will go to Hamdcn, Va., next Saturday. A special meeting ot the Washington Jockey Club, which will conduct the" spring racing meeting at the Denning track. April 18 to May 2. inclusive, was held yesterday afternoon at the offices of the club In the Rlggs Bank building. All or the officers and the full member ship of the board of directors were present. The business before the meeting was the discussion and arrangement ot the affairs of the club for the big event next month. Secretary Hcllen spared timeenough from the privacy of the meeting to inform The Times man (hat everything looked very promising for a most prosperous season of high-class racing. He stated that he was overwhelmed with applications for stable room for heroes at the track and that the full capacity of the stalls would be required to accommodate the many strings of runners. HORSES AT BENNING. In addition to the horses now quartered at Penning, belonging to local owners, there are the following from other points: Goughacre's Stable. 10: W. P.Uitrch, Aiken, P. .. IS: Broj'ib allow sstnbli-s. Amu. Si; R. Bradley, IG; Bennett Stables, 10; Jlmmfe McLaughlin, 12: William (Baltimore) Jen nings, l-l; Oliver Stables, 5; K. C. Hooper, 10; H. W. Waltlen. 20; P. S. P. Randolph, 9: Brookdale Stables. 0; Becker Stables, 7. As soon as the bad weather brightens the Blemton Stables, owned by August Belmont, the New York bunkerand turfman, will be shipped from the. Belmont farm and from the tracks at Gravesend and Shccps head. The Belmont representation at the Benulng meeting will be :12 Lead. Johnny McCarrerty. the plunging West ern jockey-owner, will stable 21 runners at the track by A prll 1 . McCarrerty. en route North from Lexington, a few days ago, stopped orr In this city aud visited Penning. He said In New York, ujon arrival there, that the track was In excellent condition and that everything was auspicious Tor the Inaugural of racing on the Eastern circuit McCafferty Is partial to Bcn- The diamond at National Park has been raised several Inches by tiiea dditioa of layers of earth. This was done to make the drain age better and to cause it to dry quickly after a ram. The. fence skirling the far. outfield is lieing moved in twenty feet to Comply with an order of the street com missioners. These are the only changes thus far, but Mr. Earl Wagner will arrive Mon day and inaugurate the work of repair ing and improving the park in general. WITH THE AMATEURS. Pure blood nourishes the body. New blood is inat.c eveiy uptime. As It goes to the lungs, and then passes through the body, it, deposits new flesh, lat, hones, etc., aud takes up worn out matter. If the kidneys act, perfectly this worn out matter is filtered from the blood and tttrown out of the body. Iflhe kidneys aro sick they not only jeave bad matter in the blood but sometimes take out the good. Nothing is moie poisonous than Lad biood. A proof of this is Rheumatism, which is simply blood poisoning. Blight's disease is the kidneys working the wrong way by taking good food lrcni the blood. Our kidneys are very Important organs, aimply because we don't take enough care or them, we are sick ollcner than wo need be. Rheumatism, Brighl's Disease, Anaemia. Neuralgia. Pain in the Back, Dizziness. Bladder troubles, Gravel, Diabetes. Sleep lessness, Nervousness, etc, are dis tressing "diseases." But back or them all are the sick kidneys. Once these filters ate made to work per fect Jv, all such diseases vanish. All can he cuted by Dr. Hobhs Sparagus Kidnev Pills, which have a special curative action' on the kidneys. By revitalizing the kldnevs, Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kinney Pills give them new strength. Their sickness is cured. The filler is cleared and renewed. You reel a gieat unieienc-e at once, xum comp .'xion will clear, ycur whole body gets renewed lire. 1. Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills will cure tun where other medicines fall. Indorsed by physicians and druggists. TAKEAP1LL. Take the best. Take Hobbs. Dr. Hobbs Little Liver Pills don't gripe. Price 10c. The Great Specialist in the Treatment of All Nervous and Chronic Diseases. CAN BE CONSULTED FREE Dr. "Walker is a graduate of one of ihe lugiiest and best colleges In the country, and is a specialist in tlrat class of affec tions known as nervous and chronic dis eases. Ills success has- inten most re markable, and his va.it. experience for inanv vearsin treating and ;-uring,all forms of disease, has made him the most suc cessful specialist in lliu country. Ills expressed determination tp l(arge the uni form lee or but Jt For full treatment and all, medicines is a positive boon and blessing Jo thousands of poor sufferers who are nof.In a position to pay the high fees charged by ordinary medical practitioners. AlMierVous, chronic, blood and skin diseases' 'treated success fully. ' , ' Dr. Walker may be consulted personally or bv letter at his well-ktioWJi sanitarium. 1411 Pennsylvania avenue,.daHy, from 10 to 5; Wednesday and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8;Sundays, 10 to 111. All inter views and correspondence sacredly confidential. IMMitiU WM the "Press" Say ol Miyon Second and Third Army Corps Met in Reunion. GENERAL - MILES PRESIDED Veterans! ot (lie Famous Military OrtfulilzntloiiH HccuHcd tins Ibiyn "When They Met Before and Dis cussed .Much Different Fare Dis tinguished Guests "Were There. light, Station T., Jack B., and Hlllcry Riggs, 10-1 each; Inspector Hunt and Au drax, 107 each. sixth race Six furlongs. Selling. Royal Nettie, Lottie. Mary Nance. Gcorgie Smith. Julie, and Helen H. Gardner, 102 each: Uharlev Daly, John Stewart, l-erryman ji, to be alwavs a possibility that a fractious horse might get tangled up in the strips of webbing. For example, he might get his head or one of his legs through them. However, no such accident lias yet been re ported either in this country or Australia, wher.- the machine lias cone into uni versal use. TRIED AT MASPETII. The Sullivan machine was-tried at Mas petb. L. I., last, sumii er. successfully, its promoters, say. although they assert that some bookmakers raised objections for obvious reasons. Mr. Sullivan claims that his device possesses all the desirable reat uresof. and has some advantages over, the Australian apparatus. It is distinct from the Australian machine, and is operated on an entirely different principle. The Iwrrier Is four feet wide and four feet from the ground. It consists l'i. 107. and Equinox. 10-1 each; Waterman. TIED FOB FIRST PLACE. ir Protested Game Is Allowed C. I. iintl "V. A. C. Are Even. As the league bowling series draws near to a close the interest Increases and the excitement attending the games is intense. Last night's game on the Institute alleys between the Carrolls and the Washington Athletic Club were full of interest and ex citement and .some dissatisfaction. The home team won the first game by thirty two plus, and If the last game is allowed to stand it will have won thatoiie, too, and tied the W. A. C. ror first place, but the last game was finished under protest by the Washlngtoiis. because it was claimed that one or their bowlers "fouled' in de livering a ball, otherwise they would have won the game. Small scores was the rule, and no very remarkable work on either side marked the evening's sport. The matter of the protested game will Leading Newspapers Throughout the Country Praise His System of Curing Disease. Read What They Say of Him j-s3 Isfes t XPI Gate 1- TheSliamrocks.oneofWashingtcn'scrnck amateur ball clubs, have reorganized for the season and will probably enter the new District League. Louis Litz, the strawberry blonde German comedian, who played third base for the Nationals last year, will guard the initial bag for the Shamrocks, and Buckingham and Handiboe. the crackerjack young bat tery, will play with the team. The Sham rocks will be handsomely uniformed and otherwise thoroughly equipped as a ball club. Manager Barret of the Columbian Uiilver ity Club says his team gives promise of being a great deal stronger than last fceason. Of the star amateur players of last year's nine he tia.s Capt. Greene. Eddie Mills, and that extra good infielder. Sammy Dalzell. The line-up of Columbian against Gallaudet at Kendall Green next Wednes day afternoon will be as follows Cum mings and Beard, pitchers; Don Fugltu catcher; Greene, lirst base; Mills, second base; Dalzell. third ba-c: Beall. shortstop; Goodfcllow. left field; Shaw center field, and C. Fugitt, right field. SULLlVfifl STARTING "With Gen. Nelson A. Miles as the presiding genius the Second Army Corps Associa tion and the Third Army Corps Union Jointly feasted ami made exceeding nierry Iast night. The festal board was laid in (he banquet room of the Shorehani with 150 covers, and there were no vacant chairs. It was a reunion as well as a banquet of two of the t welve corps which comprised the Army or tfic Potomac althe lime or the civil war. Each of these corps hasa society or its own. and usually meets in social session annually, but this year they con solidated and a Junction of rare splendor and magnificence resulted. The table'.' It was one ot those achieve ments in art which cut glass, silver, can delabra, riowers, rare china and electrical illuminating effects can be made to do when expertly handled. Those who sat around It had the silvery toucli of age anil were soldiers all. They "reutied." They ate, and the loving cup passed around with the same .sentiments which warmed the cockles of their hearts in the days when they drank from the same, cuuteen. BIT DIFFERENT FROM 'fi.'l. There was a rekindling of those enio tlonaL fires, but full dress instead or raded uniforms, golden plover Instead or "salt horse," sauterne Instead of "moonshine." were but changes or ract and not of theory rrom this as against the times when they were together almost a third or a century ago. It was fl o'clock when the survivors of two ramous righting corps marched to the spread. True to their history, they did not proceed with guerrilla tactics, but with system and deliberation to go through the deleetuble task or capturing an elaborate menu. It took until 11 o'clock to do it. Then General -Miles made the welcoming speech, with heartfelt reference to the glories of the corps on the fields of battle. and announced the toasts or the evening, which, to begin with, was "Our Country," rendered in eloquent silence, and rollowing this solemn ceremony, they were: TOASTS AND SPEAKERS. "The Second Army Corps," General St. Clair Mulholland. "The Third Army Corps," General Daniel E. Sickles. "Our Gallant Comrades of the Navy," Hon. Charles A. Boutelle. "The Volunteer Soldier as a Citizen," Hon. Joseph R. Hawley. "The Fair Who Rewarded the Brave," Senator Squire. It was a glorious old time of glorious old soldiers and distinguished people. Of the 130 present, some notable ones, aside from those already mentioned, were Col. George A. Shallenberger, Gen. Joseph S. Smith, Capt.. Newton M. Brooks, Capt. William P. Seville, Capt. Alfred R. Quairre. James McCrea, Gen. Joali N. Patterson, Dr. John T. Strattan. Dr. James E. Dexter, Gen.. Chauncey McKeever, Gen. Richard N. Baehelder, Gen. James I). Brady, Gen. Joseph Dickinson, Surgeou Charles Smart, Col. Lorenzo D. Bumpus, A. A. Forbush. Capt. Edwin J. Sweet, Major Joshua R. ,Hayes, Capt. Charles F. Benjamin, Major 'Mori-is J. Foote, Capt- James S. Erly, Charles;S. Wilder. Capt. Thomas P. Miller, Capt. William H. Doolittle, "William W. Davis and Capt. John M. Keough. The Testimony of Leading Physicians Als Added to the Long List of Those Who Praise Munyon. No Mutter Wlmt Your Disease; In or How Often You Have Failed to Get Belief, You Should Try Muuy oil's Heinedies A Positive Cure Guar-ttnteed. Your Neighbors, Also Testify They Have Been Cured by yon'h Remedies. That Mnn- The "Philadelphia Times" Indorses Munynii'w System. Heretofore the faculty of Columbian Uni versity have never officially supported the ball club representing that institution, but this year they have given the boys their moral and financial encouragement. At a meeting of the trusters held last Wednesday night $100 was appropriated to assist in maintaining the club during the season. Itis said that President Whitman, who is an enthusiast on college athletics, was very active in bringing the faculty to the finan cial support of the team. A movement is mooted to consolidate the baseball, foot ball and track associations under one board cf managers. Exhibit or Parisian Spring Millinerv and "Wraps at the opening or the Bon-Ton Parlors. 728 Seventh street, todav. nlng. because or its being a mid North and South track, which renders it Tavorahle to his horses, all or which are wintered and trained in the Torward climate or Kentucky. "BLUE AND GRAY" -ALL AGES. The opening event at Benning on Satur day. April 18, will be the "Blue and Gray Handicap." one mile, ror $1,000, three-years-olds and upward. "Whether or not the patent starting ma chines will be used at Benning is a ques tion not yet decided by the authorities or the Jockey Club. Secretary Hellen is of the opinion that the track is too narrow ror a successful working of such machines, and Superin tentent Gorman says he does not think It would be wise to try the machine on young horses just out of training and naturally very excitableand fractious. Superintendent Gorman says, however, that he thinks the machines a most admir able improvement and that they arc sure to supercede the old-time method, which has resulted so oft en in exasperatingand tedious delays at the post. ABOUT THE STARTING MACHINES. The starting machines promise to jump into favor on the running courses as quickly as did the bicycle sulky on the trotting I tracks, it is oniy a mouiu since mc Gray Australian starting-gate was pro nounced a success in California, aud yet there are already two rivals In the field. One the Brown machine Is in use at New Orleans, and is pronounced a success. The other the American Starting Machine the invention or a man uarced Sullivan, may be given a trial at Benning ucxtir.onth. The Gray apparatus consists of two nar row strips or webbing stretched across the track a few inches apart, and carried away from and above the horses on an in clined plane by means of rubber bands. The chief objection to it is that there appears of light-bamboo rods attached to cords or rope.'v stretched across the track. At the sides this barrier is fastened to arms which are hung to the upright posts on pivots. Strong rubber bands extend rrom these arms to stationary braces at the top of the uprights, so that when the Ijarrier is released by means of a trigger, it Is rapidly thrown out ward and upward, away from the horses, as Is shown In the cuts. NO DANGER TO nORSES. In a false start the Inventor claims there would be no danger or the horses receiv ing any injury whatever from the bar rier. If two or three horses ran against the barrier it would yield to the pressure, and would finally slide up and over the heads or the animals ir they persisted in pushing against It. By the method of operation It isalso asserted that the appara tus would prevent false or bad starts. The starter will occupy a position midway between the horses and the machine, which latter will ix operated by an assist ant If the field breaks away evenly the starter will drop his flag, his assistant will release the barrier and the horses will be off. If, however, it should be a false break, the barrier will not be released, but will simply serve to prevent the horses from running out in front. The entire apparatus Is light and simple of construction. The uprights can be at tached to the fence postB at the points where the starts are to be made, while the barrier itself weighs not more than fifteen or twenty pounds. .I -A be taken up at once by the league for Its decision. Following are the FIRST C. 1. Rice .'. Schulteis Whelan Locraft Armstrong scores" GAME; A 5 Total 15 W. A. C. Kidd Fuller Schlesslnger. Martin Akers Totals.. .. C. I. Rice Schulteis .. Whelan .. . Locraft .. . Armstrong SL 0- !() 4 1 SECOND GAME St. 1 .'.'.'."..'.'."...'.' 'A Totals 11 W. A. C. Kidd Fuller Sclilcsslnger . Martin Akers St. Sp. 8 t :5 .'J 5 Sp. 5 A 1 G 4 19 Sp. lli Pins. 117 129 ISO 119 171 776 Pins. 152 135 178 111 1G8 7-1-1 Plus. 1-15 135 127 105 159 731 Plus. 1G1 125 123 108 146 723 i;;;;;;;;;;;; The Standard of the Wcrld" Columbia. The fire that "scorched" the Boston branch has no effect on the manufacture of Columbia Bicycles, the factory and entire plant be ing located at Hartford, Conn. To ride a Columbia this Anno Domini 1896 will be to enjoy wheeling to its utmost. There can be but one "best!"- Leant to ride at the Colum bia Bicycle Academy, 22d and P streets. Moderate charges Pope Mfg. Co., -452 Penna..Avenue, J. HAET BRITTAHT, Local Manager. (2) ; :;!!!;!:!!'..''.!!;.;. Bestiltsi at New Orleans). Now Orleans, March 13. Splendid weather, a fast track and an attendance of 4,000 people marked the day's event. First race One mile. Selling. Van Hi .mi, lui. Shiner, even, won; l'ort, !!!, Clay, 5 to 2, second; Fondest, 95, Hutt, 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:43. Princess Rose, Gleesome, Little Matt, Sir John and Ed. Dandridge also ran. Second race Six furlongs. Selling. Ha Ha, 109, Thorpe, 5 to 1, won; Galley West, 1 05. Sherrer, 5 to 1 , second; Lorania, 109, Irving, even, third. Time, 1:15 1-4 Mamie G., Lottie, Summer Rain, Societv, Rebella 11. .and Cake Bread also ran. Third race Seven and one-half furlongs. Handicap. Judith C, 94, Sherrer. 5 to 2, won; uake Zimmerman, 115. Perry. 7 to 5, second; Little Bramble, 95, Gate wood, 25 to 1, third. ' Time, 1:35 1-1. Lottie Mills, Dr. Parke and Jack of Spades also ran. Fourth race One mile and a furlong. Handicap. Tancred. 93, D. Davis, 10 to 1, won; Bill McKenzie. 97, Sherrer, 3 to 1. second; .105. Ham, 8 to 1, .third. Time, 1:56 1-4. New-house, Pan way. Dockstader, Robert LTitta aud Marcel also ran. Fifth race Six furlongs. Selling. Valet, 110, Hill, 7 to 2, won; l'isa, 105, Clayton. 6 to 1 . second; Campania. 105, Sherrer, 2 to 1, third. Time, 1:15. Garza. San Bias. Lucy Belle. Anna McNairy. Play or Pay, Marden Pet and Juanlla also ran. Sixth race Six furlongs. Selling. Ne vada Boy. 107, Ross, to 1, won; Frankie D.. 105. Hyle, S to 1, second: Alamo. 107. Gatewood. 15 to 1. third. Time, 1:16. Festival, Bust Up. Fair Knight. Borderer. Arkansas Traveler, Lcona and John P. also ran r Entries at New Orleans. First race Seven furlongs; selling. Nieo lini. Little Billy, Jack Bradley, Sir John. 102 each: Constantino, Millie B.. 103 each: Old Gentleman, Proverb. Long Urook. Hul bert, Trenton, 105 each; Hi Henry, 108. Second race One-half of a mile: for two-year-olds. Kobus, Fleta S.. Doitic, Judge Butler, 98 each; Doc Turblville. Sanguine,. 101 each; Fate, 105; Clcmattis. 110; Rol- taire, star Tonacco. n.i each. Third race One and one-quarter miles: selling. Cyantha, 97: Ln belle France. 101: Jimmle R., Boro. Uncle Jim, Billy Mc Kenzie, Tasco. 103 each; Dr. Parke, 105; St. Leo, 100; Marcel. 107. rourth race One mile. Handicap. Dutch Arrow, 92; Starke, 95; Jake Zimmerman, 112; Bilk Line. 99; Haeckel, 93; Nikita, 90; Sky Blue, 95; Old Saugtis, 98. rifth race Six furlongs. Selling. Bes sie Stebblns, Main Sail, Queen of Darkness. Summer Rain, and Helena, 102 each; Air- Totals 15 Standing of the teams to date: Won. Lost. To Play W. A. C 23 19 G C.l 23 19 6 Yf.M. C.C 17 23 8 FAMOUS SEXTETTE -VUEEL. DONOG H UE DAVIDSON. Joe and Hurley Skate Three Mile, to tin Even Finish. After repeated finishes of long races with only scarce Inches separating them, it was not strange that Donoghue and Harley Davidson ended the three-mile match at the Ice Palace last night in a tie, or in belter sporting parlance, u dead heat. It was the most exciting nice of the series. Donoghue led for the first six laps, Mosher the next four and Davidson the following eight, when Donoghue again took the lead and held it until twenty-four rounds of the big rink had been reefed orr. Mosher then went to the front for three laps, but was passed by both Donoghue and H- d son on the beginning of the end or the thirtieth and last circle of the hall. It was the repetition of previous races neck and neck and the crowd grew all but. frantic in urging their respective favorite to win out. Across the line they flew as even as a die and abreast like toldiersat right dress, front. Tonight, at. 9 o'clock Donoghue, Harley Davldson and Mosher will race five miles or fifty times around the hall. This after noon at 3 o'clock they will go for Tour miles. These will be the lastof the great contests In this city between the celebrities. On May 1 and 2 there were distributed at the Times off ice 1 0;000 vials of Munyon's Uhcumntiim. Cure, Tree to all those ar fllcted with rheumatism, with the under standing that each person should report to the editor of the Times the erfect of the remedy. There have been received up to date l.hll reports. From these testi monials and from facts gathered by a Times reporter wc rind that out of every 100 who have used Munyon's Rheumatism Cure 96 have declared themselves cured or greatly benefited. There can be no hesitancy in saying that Munyon's Rheu matism Cure may be termed a positive cure for rheumatism. Philadelphia Times, May 14, 1893. The "Philadelphia Beeord" Says: One of the most radical innovations the medical world has ever seen has been made by Munyon's Homoeopathic Home Remedy Company. Alt the physicians em ployed in the Institution arc specialists of the highest standing, professionally ami socially. Boston Post: "We know that thousands of people In our midst have been cured by Munyon's little sugar pellets." Baltimore American. "Munyon's Reme dies act almost instantaneously, speedily curing the most obstinate cases in a few hours." NewYorkPrcss: "Overl.SOO people have written us that they have been cured by Munyon's Remedies." Washington Post: "Munyon's Remedies are handy to carry, pleasant to take, and absolutely harmles." The St. Louis Republic: "Munyon's Remedies reduced the death rate in St. Louis 20 per cent, in four weeks." The Chicago Times-Herald: "We give Munyon's system our positive indorsement because tcrsonal investigation proves that his Home Remedies cure thousands of cases that eminent Chicago physicians diagnose as incurable." The Denver News: "To those who per sist in the old way of doctoring, we say Munyon's new system of Treatment cured more people in ten days ban the whole Denver Medical professtonln three months." Indorsed by Vhyslcfnns. Dr. George F. Brooks, of 29 Temple Place, Boston, says: "I have used a good many rheumatism medicines in the course of my practice, but I am candidly say that I never saw a remedy as effective as Munyon's Rheumatism Cure. I gave a sample bottle to one of my patients, a lady who has had chronic rheumatism in her limbs for years. Her knee and elbow joints were stiff and she suffered great pain. Its effect was simply marvelous. Relief from pain was obtained in a few hours after the first dose, and inide of twenty-four hours the lady was feeling better than she had for years. I shall prescribe Munyon Cure for all cases ot rheumatism that come uuder my care iu the future." Dr. S. T. Welrlck, in charge ot the Keeley Institute, Minneapolis, writes:, "My nephew, Alexis Brewer, who was con fined to his bed with acute articular rheu matism for the space of six weeks, is a remarkable example of the efficacy of you medicine. Three days after I gave him the first dose he was able to bo dressed and walk about his room and steadily improved. I pinned my faith to the remedy, as there is no other ogenoy to which I can ascribe his prompt cure." Dr. E. R. Barnes or No. 1258 "West ave nue. Burralo, says: "My patient, John Haentges, No. 1329 Niagara street, suf fered irorn dyspepsia for eight years, with frequent attacks of great pain and ten derness of the stomach. My remedies gave him only temporary relief; but he vays since taking Munyon's Remedies he is entirely cured." Mr. W. J. Ward, 1219 T street north west, says: "I have used Munyon's Cough Cure, Nerve Cure, and Catarrh Treat ment, and can thoroughly recommend them, as they made a complete cure in my case alter several doctors had failed. I had suf fered very greatly, and began to be lieve there was no such thing as a cure for nervous troubles, complicated by catarrh. A month's treatment with Munyon's Rem edies thoroughly eradicated all these com plications." J. A. Jones, of Fourth street, Brookland. D. C, is enthusiastic in bis praise of the Munyon Remedies. "My little grandson," he said, "had a very high fever, the pulse going to 130. I used the Cold Cure, and It broke the fever in a few hours. Two years ago. when I had a very bad attack of grip, I was relieved in ten minutes, and com pletely cured with the use of the Cold and Cough Cures- The Munyon Dyspepsia Rem edy is one of the best I ever used. It cured me or an a ggravated cae of stomach trou ble, and I have never been bothered since. I believe the Rheumatism Cure will prove equally as affleacious. I always keep Mun yon's Remedies in the house, and use them, altogether." Mrs. Ella Davis, of 1405 Ninth street northwest, says: "I have used Munyon's Rheumatism Cure, and find it to be the beat remedy I ever tried. It completely cured." Mr. W- D. Bodds. a well-known Pension Oflice employe, highly indorses the Mun yon Remedies. "I have used them for sev eral years, and am confident they do all that "i. claimed for them, curing where others fail." Munyon's Rheumatism Cure seldom fall to relieve in one to three hours, and cures ln a few days. Price, 25c. Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure Is guaranteed to cure alt forms of indigestion and stom ach troubles. Price, 25e. Munyon's Kidney Cure speedHy cures pains iir the back, loins, or groins, aad all forms of kidney disease. Price. 25c. Munyon's Headache Cure stops headache iu three minutes. Price. 23c. Munyon's Blood Cure eradicates att Im IrttritieV of the Wood. Price. 25e. Muiiyou's Cold Cure prevents pneumonia and breaks up a cold in a few hours. Trice. 23c. Munyon's Cough Cure stops coughs, night sweats, allays soreness, and speedHy heals the luugs. Price. 25c. Munyon's Pile Ointment positively cwres all forms of piles. Price. 25e. Munyon's Vitalizer restores lost pows to weak men. Price. SI .00. Munyon'sRemediesataUdruggists.mosrty : 25c. a vial. If you are suffering from Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, or any throat or Iuiifc trouble, blood or nervons dl.eases, kidney or bladder troubles, and female complaint , cull und con sult this specialist. Examination and consultation free- OFFICE, 713 FOURTEENTH ST. NW Hours 9 to 5 dally. Monday aud Thursday, 6 to S. Sundaj, 10 to 12. . ''.'-X..'.'.-.".'".-''y'.'.'0''.',a''''' I Extra stages and scenery for The Times Toy Theater can be obtained at The Times olflco. Loeb & Uirsh's Men's Stote. Beyond Fowler's Celebrated Machine "Will Be Exhibited. Manager Buckley received authoritative word yesterday that the famous Fowler sextette would be on -exhibition at the coming local cycle show. This informa tion affords the officers of the Washington Road Club much pleasure. It means an attraction for the show that will lie of exceeding interest. This is the wheel that was built at, great cost and was shown first at the New Tork cycle show. It carries six riders and the tires are said to cost $000. - There are but three sextette wheels in the United States and the Fowler leads all others In style and beauty. It has not been seen at any other local show. The'big wheel will arrive today. CONTEST "WAS A DHAW. Hunhey Lyons and Spider Kelly Box Six Bounds. Hughey Lyons and Spider Kelly, two well-known local boxers, met Jn a six round glove contest in Georgetown last night. Both men "werr in fair condition and put up a rattling set-to. No material advantage was evident at the close of the sixth Wtcnd.'Hvhcn a draw was declared by the reECjrqen Another match bet weqn' Prof. Johnson, p. colored boxing InstrtictoV, and one of his pupils, was very lively. The pupil got gay with, his teacher in the fifth round and ihcprofessof " had t osmash him considerably berdre the youngster could be quieted. n The "professor" did not .knock his pro tege out. but only blffcd'TiinPinto the condi tion thai he was willing to show proper respect and beg pardon and quit. The next performance"' In The Sun day Times' Toy Theut erwlll be "Rip Vun "Winkle," the eer-fiopulur. The entire play, with movable charac ters, will be presented with The Sun day Times. 0rdinary That is how we qualify our present stock of Men's Top Coats. The- are above and beyond the ordinary in fin ish trim style fit and an impor tant item is the price which will surprise you with the moderateness. Men's Furnish ings are Spring reminders new bright pleasant to look at easy to buy. 5 M'k? w -s "Strike One will soon be heard over the land' '"We are ready with the sporting-good.-. Vou know about Spalding's goods fiDest on top of earth! We carry his entire line! We are Headquarters ror Baseball Gooifs Thc outfitting and uniforming of entire teams is a specialty. Better Baseball Suits for les money than ever before. Rebuilding sale going on, and reduced prices prevail. TAPPAN' 1013 Pa. Ave. .fe -fefefe. -,-&.-. - -.-feV--.'. -v- -w.-. 9t0&yi2 r sr. THE WHITE BUILDING. MEN'S FURNISHINGS At Less Than Wholesale. Continuation of Men's FiirnNhii g- S;!e at the BuN MARCH K. No butter tin than this offers for gentlemen to replenish their wardrobes with shirts Collar Cull's Un derwear and Sox. 'this sale puts into your hands Men's Furnidiin Go-ids at consider ably less price than they could bj bought at whoL-ale. BONMAI'.CHK, 314. and 316 Till Street. mt v,f ,xs i i- v.ii3S' f r jf ' wr& " w no I(EEB: mf y Ijv m n;w- m ;s VAOfiiao? ?s A XGfZS 14 nwoyF ; ryTtFilJ Ll II Sa CONFIRMED BY TlIE SEX ATE. Hatch ot VostmasterH and Severn I Other Nominations. - i IS10N OF HEALTH RAD rTOlHEtt AHER PtmlH$ BcrtJ.t 1 CATM-VKrtJB JF0R '9$ of VostnuisterM and Severn I Other Nominations. - The Senate in executive session yester day confirmed the following nominations: George II. Newman of Tennessee, Indian agent at the Colville Agency, Washington. William II. Anderson, register of the land ofriccatJJnid. O. T. Postmasters Massaehusettfir-A. E. El lis, Newton Center; F. H: Johnson, Tine- yard Haven; A. E. Chamberlain, Dalton; A. B. Dresser. Necdham. Ohio Catherine Riley, FrankHn; O. C Munch, Yellow Springs; A. M. KIssenger.. New Carlisle: E. E. France, Kent; F. P." Dunlap, Salem. California Thomas Fox. Sacramento;, Josephine J. Gaffney, Los Gatos. Extra stntjes "d seenery fqr-The Times Toy Theater euu le obtained at The Tlnien office.