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THE MOllNMyG TIMJ3S, STOTDAT, MAY 10, 1896. 16 mTTmfnrnnfTmmmTTmfTmTnf mnninimniiMn mifflniiiSPnpiiig should not fail to see our immense selection. We have the LATEST CONCEITS and, as always, the LOWEST PRICES. leather Belts, with Sterling: Silver Buckles $1.25 Leather Belts, 15 inches wide, with extra heavy Buckles $175 White Leather and Silver Buckles, heavily eold-plated $2 50 to $6.00 Silk Belts, Sterling Silver Buckles 75c Silk Belts, Sterling: Silver Buckles, extra heavy $1 50 Very heavy Silver Buckles, in French gray finish and elided with Russian Enamel, from $5 to $7.50 BICYCLE BELTS-Silver trimmed, with pocketbook attached. Regular price, $1.50. Our price $2.25 SHIRT WAIST SETS, I n Solid Silver, comprising Link Buttons andFour Studs 50c Others from $1.00 to $3.00 nmmmii iuiMiiuiiiiiiiyiuiiii agaSSlLfci 'TIS c ambition and the le largest Butter ington City. To accomplish that end, I will sell, during the week ending flay 16, one thous and five pound boxes of ery Butter, (as good, if not others') at fi1 n" per box, lots, 7oc; 2-lb, 48c; i-Ib i5c lb. If you have not given you to do so. Everything bought of me must be best or mone3r back. Center, Riggs and K Street (5tli & K) Markets. Telephone "GIBBONS BUTTER DEALER." Mail orders ill receive nromot attention. srsss -s -. E- ijL vff ElfKSS5' felfe prices for In Anacostla, at the Store, 936 F St.. and in all the city markets you can get or leave orders for potted plants of all descriptions, ready to plant out at any time. Among the hundreds of varieties are blooming shrubs, evergreens, roses, clematis, honeysuckles, Japanese and other hardy vines, camas, Japanese and o her bulbs, 2 and 3 years old, at $2.00 to $3.00 per dozen. Bedding plants 50c. to $1.00 per dozen. All sorts of bedding and decorations, plants, hanging baskets, window boxes, cut flowers, etc. PS Ari'-tolachia ;ramliflora, a rapid climber, bearing hundreds of blowouts, renre feJ Fcniiiic ee-.e leeloii'iis m a ver large, beautiful blo-oiii, at oOe. a plant, r Largest assortment of plants south ot Philadelphia. EHffiffiB52ES2HB5KSHSffi!2H S Trains Leave Sun day s from B. & A CHOICE LOT P. Depot. 9 a. m. and 2 FOR ONLY p. m. Can How B2 Had X d3ff$ erpfiap f 150 FEET ABOVE WASHINGTON. This Beautiful Park (covered with large oak and pine tree, ) is situated in Kent District, Prince George County, Maryland, within a few minutes walk of Seabrook Station, on the Main Stem of the Penna. R. R. Commutation fare only 8 cents. Remember this is the chance of a lifetime. Just think of it! CHOiCIi LOTS, 30 x 1 00 FEET, FOR IO I Small Payment down Balance in Payments. Liberal TITLE GUARANTEED. N. BEE. w OUR . AGEKTS . SHERMAN PARK CO., 23 F ST. X. W. AT DEPOT. Makes the best nnd ivliltcst bread a-, we II as more bicait than any other flour in tho the itorld! Mailo o i tho finest selected wheat America produces. Pillstory-Iashtarnllls L. H. WIEMAX, Agent. 21G lO.h St. N. W. H OW about your Lace Curtains? This Is a good time to nave 'em "done up." Blankets, too, are In order. Phone or postal brings our wagon. Tolman Steam Laundry, 6th and C Sts. N. W- Pillsbury's BEST XXXX FLOUR. Jewelers, fth & D. mmntuiiiUiiinuuwiijnuuaaiw.ui fiY aim to do Business in Wash the Best Elgin Cream batter, than any sold by delivered anywhere. 3-lb 25c. Best Cream Cheese, my butter a trial, it will pay Tfiese '-filsi; -PP-j CASH Trains Leave Sun days, at 9 a. m. and 2 p. m.. from B. & P.Eepot. at Beautiful either small Weekly or Monthly Discount for CASH. WARRANTY DEED GIVEN. AT DEPOT. DR. LOCK, Specialist in all Of Rupture Va ricocele, blood and ncrous dis eases "We cure or 110 charge. No operations. Sep arate room for "women. Consul tations fiee Horn-, 11 a m to op 111 ;Thnrs day, 11 a m to 7:30 p. in.; Sun day 10 to 11a. in 1113 G ht 11. xr. Time to Think of the Trunk If ilie old one is worth repairing, to hac it repaired it there's a new one uctded to buy it. A little repairing Mill oftentimes give a new leac of life to a trim'. uul srrc j ou buj ins a new 0110 for awhile Let us call and look at It and Kio jou an idea. A postal will bring us. KNEESSI, 425 Seventh St. Lawn Fertilizers, Flowtr Seed, Bulbs, Garden Hoso and LAWH MOWERS. P. MANN & CO. 207 7th St. N. W. Lawn Grass Seed. p7frsl VhnWPtangapctVBTnrviss m V83S m ?5 On IV. s.$2&&xZl! ar5rlvv'i35ij5Sa,i At Nurseries r x o ajKP - i jf OUR S AGEHTS JO nil V!i Ei STUDIED BY LETTER Dr. MacDonald Says It Reveals Interesting: Characteristics. DRAWN OUT BY "ADS." Insertions in Domestic and Foreign Newspapers Bring: Out Some Interesting Replies. A proper htudj of human nature, in the opinion of Dr. Arilim MacDonald, a well know n crinnnulugisL, is that class of omen who answer nerxjiwls" inserted ju daily ncwsimpe-s. Tliis line of im estimation is entirely unique, and Dr. Al.icDonald lias rImmi it a good sii.ire or his attention for the past two jears, and carried jt on, until lately ac considerable expense. lie has met those wlioanswe-edhim win u possible, but cliieHj corresponded with them, hi sin h a manner as to 11 .ike them confess their objects in seeking friends through umer tisenients. For Fome months Dr MacDomldinsirted "personals" in .ill the leading dailies of Aniirua and Kurpoc, ueing tliree tjpts of ads. One applied for mrnspondunu with joung. (duciti'il wonuaoi high toual and fin.uu la I position The second asked for correspondent- with the same class upon the f-ouologltal dewlopmont of women, and the third asked 101 corres pondeme with women of high educ ition or women unhersitj students in (icrman, rreneli and Knglish. In Hum' .ul itisemeiits the do lor men lioned himselt as a ginlletnan of sotial rank and unnersitj education GOT THOU&ANDSs OF lUIPLinb. Dr.MacDotialilliasrcctned hesas, about 2 000 replies to his advertisements. Of the". oul j about 5 per cent aj peart d to be questionable ch ir.icters. In about "00 ca.es he met his corrc-poudentH and ex amined their mental and nerotis tondi tions. In manj cases lie secured their photographs, th.it he might studj their lacial expressions and features. He has been able, he tjijs. to make an ori'nal and scientific studj ol abnormal women, not in institutions, but in society at large, wlicrethej hac direct influence upon the morality of the world. The word "abnormal," however, does not neees ban! Ii.nc an uncomplimentarj meaning. An abnorm il person muj be 01. e of the 1 est or one of the w orst citizens. His object was to publish the letters in book form, tint students as well as the geneial public interested in sociologi might getan insight into t lie anises of this pheno menon This he has Jatelj done, he sajs, omitting tlioe letters from women of questionable character He has taken careful precautions against reealing the personalities of anj of the correspondents, and has omitted names, date s. mention of places, and persona 1 refer ences of all kinds Ills own side of the correspondence has been entirelj open He has gnen his n.inio and address to the women. niS COHRESPONDKKCB Dr McDonald ae permsion to pursue the more interesting of the letters rccened and to take notes from them when desired About a hundred were selected and read for this purpose Of the wiitersor these mauj are students, writers and artists One is a composer of music, one a poetess, tv. o arc countesses, nnnj are teacher, manj are daughters of wealth and famous men. and m.inv hn-ve traeled much and seen the world The majorits appear to be above the nerage in education and culture A great number forwarded recommenda tions, presuming, apparcnth. that the doctor was in scirih of a wife In some orthesecae.nainesorproniineut p opleare gnen as references Several go at great length into their gei'e ih'ies He some times found his correspondents to be lnbitual answerers of 'personals,' who often confused linn with other men with whom the j viere corresponding. The following "person il"' was inserted in all of the principal Suuda p.i ers or this countn It appeared in different ones at different times for a period of three or four months 4 Gcntlennn of high-social atal universit position desires correspondence (acquaint ance not netessarM with -voung. educated woniin.orhigh socialand fin 111c1.1l position, no agents, no tnflers; must give detailed acco int of life, refereines required Ad dress Lock Box. '' In their first replies correspondents gen crall wrote to know more si ccificallj the doctor's intentions His first letter to them was about as follow s "Your kind answer to personal adver tisement Just received Be so kind as to tell me all about jourself as requested In advertisement, and I shall be pleased to correspond ' bOilK OF THE LETTERS The interesting part of the stedj, of course, centers in the letters themselves From eacli of the most interesting ones a sentence or two best representing the character of the senders has been selected Each orthese will show either the confessed purpose of the wonnn for writing her Ma lion or condition 111 lile her intelliuente or her moral scruples All of those replving to thisadertisement are Americans Each paragraph that follows is from a dliferent letter. "1 am a brunette twentj five, an orphan, withm own income, and so independent ot the -world I am college bred and hae -written sketches foi diftereiit papers Mj favorite amusement is the stud of mankind An thing out of the ordinarv Interests me exceedingh That is vvlij I have taken an Interest in jour notice " "I think I shall be reckless for a change life is so uncompromisingl dull at times. Of course. I ought not to write at all, but this has a spice of noelt about it that interests me " "If ou will send me Our retl name photo and icferences I think I'll write to ou Just for 1 lark I'm tired Of the societ act and fancv I'd like just a tin bit of Bohemianlsm " "M patents arc dead. I have no one to advise me, at least no one to whose advice I would listen. If ni mother and father were Iiv ng I would be at home with them, happy and content, and would never ha-ve written to jou." 'I am -not so conventional as to demanda formal mtroduct-on. As long as 110 one knows except ourseKes it does uot anno me, and I enjo the novelty." "I am a great poet hae published books, but notniEnglish. You will find me to bea lad in the full understanding of the word, M principal tasteis to study men Theper sonal column is the medium I use." THIS ONE IS MARRIED. "The liUlel dare tell 0U of mj self cannot be of interest, for mj position and surround ings will not permit my ever knowing ou, and I can gi e no reason for addrcssingou the first time, except utter loneliness and a desire to break through convent onalitics. I am married, but am ava from home and friends.' ' "Until lately I taught school, but the lire w astooconfinlng. Terhaps I am finding out that there is some fun to be had in row ing about, even in. a boat full of holes. The bottom hasbeen kicked out of raiue.andlife is a dead, dead failure." "I am a cultured young lady, highly con nected, refined, bright and attract he ap pearing, light hair and blue ejes. I am stud ingmusic in the city, and would appre ciate the acquaintance of a refined gentle man. I wish to assure ou of the integrity of my motives." "I play a little, sing a little, and paint a little. 1 go into society a great deal Will be eighteen next Thursday. I live up the road, but come down every day to school." "Do you. wish to know something of the extent of my dry goods bills? Enormous, I assure you. My personal appearance Is very satisfactory, thank you. Have I any personal defects? Yes, a dimple in my cheek. I hear one of the ladles calling, Will you never come to life again?' This reminds me that my letter Is. somewhat longer than my nap was supposed to be." "My life bas.been spent in the vain en deavor to satisfy selfish people. I've civen I It up, and now make the venture, which f We H4Vje the TRUriffgtATWlN5 . - - WITH OUR . . . Spring Suitings TO MEASURE FOR The cloth is strictly pure wool and tho trimmings Al. Our customers surely derive the benefit of the enormous business done by us all over the country. Samples willinerly given to everybody. Your money refunded if clothes are not satisfactory. Wo hand every cus tomer a United States Government Copyright Guarantee for clothes to wear one year. Open Evenlncs till 9 o'CIock and Lighted with Electricity. 941 Penna. Avenue. may not be strict orthodox, of forming acquaintances outside of custom's pre scribed methods There is nothing in mv estimation like having one's own home, with a luisbai.il at the head A spinster's Hie, no matter how independent, is one sided " "I hope to find jou are a private detec tle. 1 hat's the most mjMcrioiiB thing I know of, unless It be a foreign nobleman looking lor an American heiress" "M so( lal staiiuiugis or the best I Ihe w I- h and 1 ecp house for nn father, w ho Is a banker M reputation is above re proach This is all new business for me, and if my lather knew of m doing it I fear he would give me a pound thrashing I bao no doubt I deserve It" "l am not interested in financial matters, as I h.ne more moiie than I tan use. yet am not permitted to give it awaj. (I ma as well add. though perhips not relevant, that if I should marry m fortune is so tied up tlntit would be controlled mil In mv self ) I am a lone orphan and have lutn living in this world tvvent-five summers For the last ten jears I have been at school on the Continent and havelaWU re turned to m native heath, accompanied b ni beloved but overcalous chaperon w tin neve r bv an chance approves of an v of ni actions " "Am cig'itei 11 audi one-half ears old. brown hair browneves. a gooddn sser of ga. loving disposition. Am quite musical, hiving a good voice Am quite uuhappv at home and having a good income ol in own, want to man- ami ver soon " "When I read ours (personal) an insane desire scled me to -venture an answer hoping nothing but pleasant results would spring from it Am a member or one of our most populai Episcopal churches" To obtain a different tvpe of orrespond cnts the dooor instrted the following in se-eral wi.l known papers "AUTHOR desires correspondence on the soc lolcgic il dev elopment of w omen w ith ladv of highest intellectual nnd financial position ,u quainti ncc not necet-sar . Ad dress lock box ." Several paragraphs from letters reci-md in reply follow "I am an English woman, with a college education I am going through now quite a boiling down process and. when I be come coniple tel harmonl7ed I know that thc'spiritofHenr Cla mvbelovedcounter pirt ch impiou. defender m guide, plulOso phci and friend, will use m organism to give out giand utterances to the world and carr on todni wh.it he left uncompleted in the past." "I wonder if lnpnotlsin can be carried b letter. If so Ou have perhaps, un wittingl drawn me out of ni Micll." "e know no reason -win -we are born, but merely to consume the corn, devour cattle fowl and fish and Kavo behind an empt dish. But the fowl and fish would soon pall une'er our aesthetic senses with out.ispic relish ai.dlhatstimulatumrelisii must be composed of fine apparel and of lovers' -vows " QUESTIONING His MOTIVE. "Either Ou have a piire mothe and a good purpose or this Is a line scheme to fall in a network of old maids who are wealth and manless." Theihirdndvertisement which withslight variation, was inserted in some ol the prm cipal ucv. spapers of Euroi e follows "GENTEEMAX (de lcdncation Euro peenne) desires to correspond 111 German, Trench orEnglish with lady (gcbildetcDame Oder Stud'Mitin)." This advertisement, the doctor sas. was less of a personal thin the previous ones, and the answ ers show that tl eir w ritersand their conditions are less abnormal than tl e others. In writing to these foreign women Dr. MacDonald usuall expressed his views on woman's suffrage, and the general sociological problems concerning women. He did this in order to receive the Mews of his correspondents. B"ing an adept linguist, he was able to carr on the stud throughout the greater part of Europe Man of this class of correspondents wrote in order to improve themselves in one or the other of the languages named. Dr. MacDonaid's deductions from all of these 2.000 letters are verj interesting. The maiorlt of his corresiiondents have, nothing special to do in life. Although the maiority foster the semi-conscious Idea that thev w ill possibly meet the man of their choitc in this way. The general cause of the disposition to answer "personals.?' he sas, seems to be want of broad education and defective home training. The home life of many is uncongenial. Thev -ire orphans. hae step parents or oer7calous chaperons. Every young woman should be shown the utter folly of such a means of meeting friends. On this account, he says, it has been his habit to wind up liis correspondence with these women by ghing them sound advice on the subject. "Worn at the Throat. Tulle in all colors is much worn around the throat at present, quite replacing the black niousselinc de sole ruches, but chiefly in plain or spotted w lute This fashion will probably last some time, as it is particularly becoming with the rather severe stSle of costume of today Ladies who hav c a fancy for colored veils will, of course, select their tulle at the throat of the same color. For the Traveler. The "hold-all" of denim or striped awn ing cloth is an indispensable comfort for yachtswomen and travelers by sea If made generous in" size, with three large pockets below and six smaller ones above, It can be trusted to keep all the paraphernalia of the toilet conv eniently at hand and to accommo date slippers, nightgown and bath robes as well. A Tribute to Our Comrnde. In loving remembrance ot our be loved comrade, Thomas Burke of Com p.inv H. Second Massachusetts Infantry, and the late hush? nrt of Mrs Anna Burke, who departed this life May 10. 1894. May be rest In peace. COMRADE. : ') :;: :: i:::;:::::::::;::;;;;; ;;:; -i.uuu l-uaiea una cjemicujcu s aoua Waltham and Elgin movements, must Legitimate The iust Auction Sale of Jewelry. EVERYTHING AT EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD Watches Clocks Diamonds Silverware in fact all that goes to make a first-clas Jewelry Store. AND WE MUST SELL, no matter what we lose. Sale Commences MONDAY AT 11 A. M. SHARP. This is achance of a lifetime to secure these goods at whatever they bring. All New, Bright, Clean COLE BROS Stock, Bought This Season. 40Q ?th St N w '' fflgjL A Family mwmm mother are fitted up comfortably in footwear, a right smart sum must needs leave the family exchequer unless you buy at Stolls where PRICES ARE LOWEST AND QUALITIES ARE ASSURED A Stoll Shoe Is a Synonym for OSiiou yiSUyu iwluil 0 y3iU&U2 Ladies' stj-lish Black Ox fords also some in Tan right smart and good to wear, at Ladies' extra quality Ox fords in Russet and Black splen lid quality and pretty shapes; worth S2, at Ladies' very fine qualit Oxfords in Russ.t and Tan comfortable 011 the feet and most recent styles. (These are full values for S2.50 and S3.) A grand assortment of Ladies' High Shoes. OJLotef jo A most complete stock of all styles of shoes for Boys, Misses and little tots all the substan tial all the "wear-wells" all the beauties. J 310 7th St, STOt LS a 9 CUSTOM HADE WAISTS. Wc make "Waist"."' "Wajts" that ' tit" "Waists" that "wash." "Waists" that have "atjle." Waists altogether elif fercnt frvin factory "tjlc" w'alsts to our incasureuiPiit at less, thin jou paj for "MUtits." "Waist rooiIs" to olcct from; assortment largest this sido of Philadelphia. Lewis Cohn & Son, SI 6 SEVENTH ST. John F. E11U .t co. A D If jouwishtobn-citlipra Piano oran Orcran cmno .mil see ns-welmo the raot reliable gooJs uul Riiarantee to sell them as low as jou ean bin c1-.cn here, and f urtlicrii or to grvo ou a better nistrmi ent lor the mone. e have now in stock -,0111c excellent second hand Square and Upright Pianos atcr moder ite prices and on er easj terms, we make b g discounts for cash 01 largo paments. Yon can spend jour moncj to better advantage now than ever again. Pianos tuned, lepaired, mocd, packed and shipped. JOHN F. ELLIS & CO., Chicke ring Piano Rooms, 937 Pa. Av. Sterling" Silver Link But- f tons at 25c a pair, worth 50c, best grade or sterling -hne. Bracelets, same quali'ty, $1. Lewis S. Kann, 434-seventi1 st- n w SHEET MUCIC-Get the latest opera, "Fleur do Lis." All the Latest 8on;rs. GEORGE J. BECKER, Piano Tuning fal2 9th St. N. W. Jf yjjiw cioia ana 001a jriuea waicnes, wna be sold for what they Srinr. Incident to making extensive alterations would hurt our stock more or less. Hence we have decided upon this method of closing all out AT AUCTION and open up again with a brand new line of goods. WITHOUT RESERVE. reasiwork Against Poor Qua!1 iiies and High Prices. B3' the time the baby gets her"wee shoes" and brothers and sisters are shod for school and dress wear by the time father and Never bef re were such REALLY GOOD shoes for men offered at this price. Come in Russets, with all style toes, ail widths and all sizes; thev're worth S2.75, at In Russets, Tans and Patent Leather at S2.9S we are above and bej'ond any in the business. To get a superior quality combined with handsome styles, we pay a little more but you er et them at (These shoes equal most $4 qualities.) 810 7th St. ;:!.' !! ;: .d ::::( ::::( :::: :::: :...v :::( :::; '; : colder than winter at tho Xonh Pole colder e en thin charity is Kennebec Ice. The house beau tiful is not co i.pletc without thi-. absolute necessity. Thero are sev eral kinds of let good, bad and in different. "White wagons'nei er disappoint." i ICE COMPANY, 924 Pa. Ave. Tel. 372. :: : : : : ::::: NEW YORK BUFFET, Imported Wines and Cigars. JAMES H. COSTELO, Proprietor, 405 Tenth Street 2J. "W., Washington. D. C. NEED A TRUSS? Fischer's cxpjj 101.ee oi SO years emlib s li 1 to Kuaran tee. sa tlsfact-oi-every time. 623 7th St. N.-W." , jr -. JpXoQcL $2o08. : n . i rS S nnmDQt .!( S)Sg).3).3).Q).9) .(g?.W COLE BROS. and Dirt n 23 inasassasnsnaaaanaa I Stern's I Special Offerings E For This Week in Will snri.iM all pr-lonH el forts. 1Veh.rveHecuredandwilI open on Monday- 57 pl-ces onlr 3 one phce of each pattern of 5 y hlKh srradts fln-t quality Dim- Ft r ,l- "Sin aim uarfc cmnmUaLso R C lat",t linen effect-, repre- senUnir all poible pattern In figure, and stripe: These R fine- srood-i ait- now retailed R rf at 2.1e. and 1 8c yard, bnt oar J? price will he 12 1-2e. and 10c. r a yard. Not only tins low price, E bt" more so, the hennty and P Ureat variety of the ods will r be a surprise to yon. Twenty- f? nine pieces of regular 12 l-2c. quality w 111 beof fered at Sc.and r Oc. yard. Do not forget that r there is only one piece of any style, nnd pl.-ue try to be on T time. Ora-.. Lint-n In plain and Dimity stripe at 12 1-2c very 2 desirable. Duclc, in plain, navy, red pink, llirhtblne.llnenand white; aNo navy with white dots or stripes; 12 l-2c. quality at 10c. ri;ue, Iiit ground -witU col ored strips nd figures, the 18e. quality at lOo Challlp. the 2,"c. silk, striped Challlp-, Tniiurlful patterns, at 12 1-2c. r Chanieloon Crepe. In moire silk effect: n fall line of nevr E conihlnntlon of color; also a Tl fevb!ackand:ray,Sc.yard. Remnants of all kind-, of Lawni, Dimity, White Good... India I.lnen, etc.. at 5e yard 12c-Black atte-n 8c 12c, Percale g0 10c. rinin Black Lan 6c 25e.TanIeL.inen. red . .. c 10c. Best Glniclinms .. 5j oc.UnrileachedCotton 3 l-2o oc.SIilrtins rrints.. Sl-2c E 12c. India Linen ga 50c. Chenille Table Covers S0c 30c. Fancy Table Covers 2oc lOe.Lnrces-lze Towels 5C 2.1c. Shirt "Waist- ioc "5c. Shirt "Waists 4gc SI. 00 Shirt Waist .. .. 75c $2.25 Dresr. Skirts gt 39 SI. 25 Coth Capes 75C 10c. Hose.. 50 OCX "IHII arttitn,-i .10 jhjs"os;i 25e. Silk Jlltts i50 75c. Umbrellas 400 51.19 Infants' Cashmere 25c. Children's Parasols, 19c 2 fi,.i. o, 2 ......r .. .. .. .. .. UOU r 25c. Infants' Sacques ioc tt 1 5c.Inf.intsllootees 0o p 48c. Infants' Mnll Caps.. 35b 1 10c 5 E 10c. Infants' Mull Caps. 35c. Unlaundered Shirts Men's and Hoys 35c 50c. Nejrlluee Shirts.. .. 25o S 'il 30c.llalbrlssan Underwear 25o 2 2 904-906 7th St. Electric Fans. Time now to pi c tbesi thonght to be thinking of yo tr comfort -uhlle at the office thi- summer No lihtis cooler tlnn the electric light,, and no power i more stable, convenient an J inexpensive. We can tell you inoru about both. U. S. Electric Lighting Co., 213 14th Street N. W. I'm pleasinc the most particular dressers in Washington by my way of making- Shirts. $1.50 each up. WELLS, 1411 PA. AVE. . .. . 4? VELTIES In Mon'd Hats 0 in-.t opcuetu ah tne sniisn & blocks all the new shades. tl G First class rui'om made Shirts. Un- C g launderpd.Sfi.Ou Novelties m Xeck- ' wear, at lowest prices. fc' Ci Q "Picrrlr Sncccssor to , O. ITiaCllCl t "JCecp's Old Stand." gj & 4-37 7th t. N. W. H a 43 E&l 2 E e E E E E a 2 a n E E E E E E a a a a 2 2 E E E E 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 E E E E 2 2 2 2 E E E E 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 E E E E 2 2 2 2 E K 3 2 2 E 2 2 2 h 4,-v - -- rh-XKt.fd- J-oaferS .? sitae33Sftiv- jtt.