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SAJU1U"MT, NOVEMBER 12, 1898. i-i r m - I I i Htery Shoe Eenrtns ihe name Biggest Shoe Selling Ever Known in-Washington. 9S$?ft3fefe;Sc;3 &, Wm. Hahn & Co.'s Three Stores. v i I y 5 t fe- 9 :l;666ese6c&' cause we own our three big buildings, have less expsnse, and buy ten times as many shoes as any other Washington dealer. Today, in addition to our regular low-priced Hues, we shall offer a number of spe cial lots bought at heavy concessions on account of delayed shipment, which will be sold for less than they can be manufactured. GREAT DAY IK THE Children's Dept. Children's warmth-trh'lng extra high cut Jersey Lesslns. Jl at most stores. 8p TODAY HIV Bojs' and Girls' excellent neurine Kid and Satin Calf spring heel school and dress shoes. Every pair guaran teed for wear. TODAY 69c Children's hand-sewed welt solld-comfort-shaped splendid vlcl kid and button boots, patent tip. Regular J1.50 quality. CI I Q TODAY 9 1.13 Our famous "Monument" Square toe finest Surpass" kid laced and button boots, with solid oak tanned double soles, better shoes than ever offered anywhere at $2. TODAY , .$1.37 Boys' "Victor" Casco calf double sole, extension edge. "Mannish" lace shoes, "bulldog" and "opera" shapes greatest wearing shoes 12.M ever bought. TODAY .$1.50 CORK SOLE SHOES SAVE DOCTORS BILLS. Hand-sewed black kid and tan wil low calf lace and button shoes, with invisible cork soles. Sizes S to 11 .$1.50 .$2.00 Sizes 11 1-2 to 2.. WM. HAHN OAAAAA' Pall Meeting of the Washing ton Jockey Glub. PfiOGRAM AS ARRANGED President novrlnnd Snym the 3Ieet I'roinlnen to Be the .Host Success ful In the HUlory of I.ocnl Rncinc Many Sew YorLera Expectrd to I Attend WnhiEoii Cup Entries. The Fall meeting of the Washington Jockey Club begins at the Bennlng course this afternoon and every stable of , prominence now in training will be repre sented. President S. S. Howland says the meeting promises to be the most success- ful In the history of the club, an unusual ly large number of racing people being expected to attend from New York The meeting will continue until the 26th, inclusive, and will cloe the legitimate racing season of the East. Many stables will go from here to New Orleans. A number of horses, however, will AVIn ter here, the Bennlng track being consid ered one of the best Wintering points in the country. An interesting program of flat and jumping races has been prepared. The club will recognize the growing de tire for long-distance racing by giving a race on Thanksgiving Day at two and a quarter miles, a revival of the Washing ton Cup race, a feature of the sport at the old Ivy City course. Among the horses that will be entered in the event arc Dr. Catlett, Whistling Con, Sailor King, De canter, Don d'Oro. Dutch Skater, Thomas Cat, Jefferson and Latson. RESULTS OF THE RACES. At Lntonin. Cincinnati, Nov. 1L The weather was chilly, but clear and bracing, at Latonla today and the attendance fair. The track was heavy. One book knocked off, owing to slim patronage. Candadas. 10 to 1, stumbled just before entering the stretch In the second race, throwing Jockey Coley Thompson and causing the boy on B. G. Fox to pull up. Thompson fell in the mud and was unhurt. In the fourth. Dupee, on Horseshoe Tobacco, was fined ?23 for cutting oft Samovar. Summary: First race A mile ana a sixteenth. Bon Jour, even, won; Robert Latta. second: Gomez, third. Time, 2:00. Second race Seven furlongs. Gadsden. No! it is not claimed that Foley's Honey and Tar will cure Consumption or Asthma in ad vanced stages, it holds out no such false hopes, but does truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. EDWArt!) STEVEXS, ?a. ave. and Oih ft. mr. JOHN W. JENNIXCS, 1H2 Corn, arc IIUTTOS & HILTON, S2d and L sts. mr. L. P. DAY fc CO., 14th and r its. nw. HURLEBAL'S'S PHARMACY, 14th and V tti. nw. J. 11. CASSfX. th and II its. mr. A. T. nitOKAUCH, 7th and P its. nw. II. C. EASTEilDAT, K. J. are. and C sU. nw. a II. WEISS, Autcobti. --:-:-o-x'4, Can Wra, Hahn & Co. K?.0B There are good reasons for it. Shoe buyers are sure to floclc where they get the best value for their money. Ours is the first store that conies to their mind, because they know from lone exnerienci that no matter what thev buv here iv. is ritrht in quality. They know our prices "MONEY SAVERS"' IN Ladies' Shoes. Comfortable warm-lined black bea ver laced shoes, regular $1 quality. TODAY" 69c Five different styles of .good quality ' kid stout .best flexible sole laced and bijtton boots, opera toe with patent tips or plain, common sense toe would be tl.ofl, but a fortunate pur chase enables us to offer TODAY' ilbC Another'blg lot of our famous popu lar "Ideal" kid and box-calf laced and button boots a better shoe perhaps than you eer bought hereto for at $2. t I Ql TODAY" 1 .0 I Our famous "Old Glory" hand-sewed kid shoes for women (s selling bej ond all precedent. The factor' is com pelled to work night and day to keep up with the demand. None like them ever sold under $2.50. ( Of) TODAY' 1 .3U Twenty new stjles of finest iel kid and box-calf hand-sewed boots, with or without cork soles. In regular height for street wear as well as 7, 12 and 16 inch heights for stormy weather, skating, wheeling, etc Good $3.50 quality. ffO Cfl Best quality patent leather, tan. ull .low calf, and finest black vlcl kid and box-calf superior to custom-made hand-sen ed boots. In all this season's popular shapes, with or without kid lining none better for wear at V TODAY .$3.00 & C0S Reliable i to 1. won; Etidorpha, second: .Frlcsland, third. Time, 1:37 S-t. Third race Seven furlongs. Flop, 16 to 5, won; Hush, second; Llew Anna, third. Time, 1:33. Fourth race One mile. Horseshoe To bacco, even, won; Samovar, second; Har ry Shannon, third. Time, 1:4S 1-2. Fifth race Five and a half furlongs. Rose Ash, S to l won; Crinkle, second; IJzzIe Tello, third. Time, 1:11 1-2. Sixth race Seven furlongs. Agitator, 3 to 1, won; Full Hand, second; Elsie Bramble, third. Time, 1:331-2. At Lnkenlde. Chicago, Nov. 11. There was a decided change in the weather today at Lake side. The sun was bright, the attendance better and favorites won four races. The surprises were in the fifth, in which Kln sella, at 50 to 1, won, and in the sixth, taken by Count Fonso, at 20 to 1. Sum maries: First race Five furlongs. Exquisite, 8 to 5, won; Lady Fitzsimmons, second: Lonir Suit, third. Time. 1:0G 1-2. j Second race Six furlongs. Nora Ives, 4 to 1, won; Martha Fox, second; Phidias, . third. Time, 1:19 3-1. J Third race Seven furlongs. Boney Boy, even, won: Walkenshaw, second; David, third. Time, 1:30 1-2. Fourth race One and a half miles. Swordsman, 2 to 1, won; Lucid, second; George Lee, third. Time, 2:44 1-2. Fifth race Six furlongs. Mary KInsella, 50 to 1, won; Newsgatherer, second; Sllgo, third. Time, 1:18 3-4. Sixth race One mile. Count Fonso, 20 to 1, won; Double Dummy, second; Mon crelth, third. Time, 1:50. rNTEE-HIGH-SCHOOL GAME. Central School AViii Over Itn RlTal, tlie EnNtern. The first of the series of inter-hlgh-school football games, played yesterday at the National Baseball Park between the teams of the Central and Eastern High Schools, resulted in a score of 36 to 0 in favor of the Central team. The game is considered the most im portant of the series and was largely at tended by the enthusiastic boys and girls of both schools, who united in cheering loudly and incessantly for the players of their respective teams. Never before was there displayed so much enthusiasm at a high school game in this city. The crowd was strictly partisan and between the halves the rooters of each school vied with one another in placing their respec tive colors in the most conspicuous places. The game was decidedly one-sided, the players from the Central school having everything their own way. They broke through their opponents' line at nearly every play for long runs, and at no stage of the same was their goal in danger. Develln and Tindall, both of the Central, wero the stars of the game and repeated ly carried the ball down the field for big gains. The play of the Eastern team was ragged and their interference and ground gaining qualities poor. They, however. ACKER & AFFLECK, 1429 Pa. avc. mr. WHITESIDE & WALTON', 1021 Pa. avc. nw. C. G. a SIMMS, N. Y. ave. and 14th st. nw: HOWARD RATCLIFF, 11th and D rts. ne I10YLE t CO.. 4th and E. Capitol atj. FIIAKK P. WELLEP. Sth and I sts. m. CHAniXS II. BLUMER. N. Capitol and It sts. u VICTOR H. ESCH. 1428 Marrland ave. II. TALCOXER, lllh and ii sts. se. -x" :,MoM be are lower than others' be EXTRA VALUES IN Men's Shoes. ! y ? I Men's double and triple sole flint stone bottom Casco calf laced shoes and gaiters, best dongola top, wide back stays, extension edges, 4 dlf- ' ferent shapes, $2 worth of TODAY $1.45 800 pairs more left of that 3,d00-palr lot of triple sole tan and box calf 12.50 Q f hnav av trmrYt tt ,v a m a Vt n A such a run. Same price for these TODAY'. .$1.67 Splendid cork sole lace shoes and gaiters, on shapely and comfortable lasts. Their equal is not in town at $2.50. TODAY" .$2.00 Strictly hand-sewed men's Cor dovan, tan willow calf, genuine vlcl kid and White Bros.' black box calf, double and triple sole, equal to other advertised $3.50 shoes. ffO C TODAY" 4.HO Hand-sewed Trench enamel Imported patent leather, best grade winter tan and kid-lined Cordovan, about 25 dif ferent styles, for which you pay 4 and J5 at other stores. TQ flfl TODAY J).UU Our extra high-cut French calf-lined tan storm shoes. Regular $5 TODAY 54.UU Cor. 7th and K Sfs. 1?U and 1911 Pa. Ayc 233 Pa. Ave. S. L ouses, fought plucklly, even after a large score had been run up against them, but were unable to check the heavy onslaughts of their opponents. The line-up was as follons: Central. Positions. Eastern. Tlndall right end McMurty Hunter right tackle Cande Gunnell right guard Hcyms Sherwood center ..- Stark Purcell left guard.. Bullough Barnard left tackle., .Haley Johnson left end Maupln Ellis. quarter back Smith Brush right half Cooms Underwood left half McCardell Develln fullback .Worsley Time of halves 30 minutes. Touch downs Develln, 5; Barnard. 1. Goals Underwood, C. Referee Shell. Umpire Dr. Hall. Timekeeper Wilson (Central). Linesmen Wilson (Central) and Plater (Eastern). THE TIGERS AT PLAT. Princeton rincticrM Behind Cloned GnteM tin the SIjrnnlK. Princeton, N. J., Nov. 11. Princeton's Tigers took their last practice game of the season this afternoon and the scrub broke training as soon as they left the grounds. The management presented the second eleven with free tickets to the game as a reward of their faithful service all through the season, and they will be tendered a. banquet at the Inn. This aft ernoon's practice was held behind closed gates, and consisted of a drill on signals, winding up with short, sharp, fifteen minute line-up between the two teams. In the signal work the players showed up In fine style, each man finding his place In the formations confidently, which sent the plays through as fast as the coacher.s could wish. In the line-up no at tempt was made to advance the ball, no chances would be taken of Injury to the players on the day before the final game. Coach Brokaw said he was entirely sat isfied with the work of the team this aft ernoon, but would say nothing with re spect to Princeton's chances of a victory tomorow. A prominent coach, who would not per mit his name to be used, said he had put up some money at good odds that Prince ton would score three touchdowns against Yale tomorrow. Paul Dashicl will umpire the game. An order was sent out by the faculty today which will close all saloons here to night and tomorrow night at 6 o'clock. YALE LEAVES FOB PHTNCETON. A .MlKhty Ovation Greet the Wear er of tin" Bine. New Haven, Nov. 11. Amid volley after volley of cheers from the throats of more than a thousand Yale undergraduates, the football players who will face Princeton tomorrow left New Haven House at 4 o'clock this afternoon- A. squad of twen ty men were taken. The parting ovation was the heartiest given a Yale eleven in years. Before the team appeared the Glee Club awoke the crowd's euthusiasm by singing the new football songs. The team -went to New York In two special drawing room cars on the 4:17 train, spending the night at the Murray Hill Hotel. Today Capt. Chamberlln called the 'varsity for practice. The players re ported at the gymnasium lot at 10 o'clock, working an hour rehearsing the signal code. At 2 o'clock this afternoon the elev en went to the Yale field. The second eleven was there also, and It was ex pected that the two teams would line up against each other, but the backs were given practice in punts and the first elev en was run through the signals again without an actual line-up. Not till tomor row morning will the composition of the Couldn't Estimate Ita Value! Dr. Agnew's Cure for the Heart never fails". It relieves in 30 minutes, it cures. It is a beacon-light to lead you back to health W. H. Musselman, of G. A. R., Welss port, Pa.T says: "Two bottles of Dr. Agnew's Cure for the Heart entirely cured me of palpitation and smothering spells. Its value cannot be estimated. I feel like a new man." Sold by F. S. Wil liams, Ninth and F Streets; Edmonds & Williams, Third and Pennsylvania Ave nue. U. To cure Malaria, ChllU and Fever quickly, take Mllburn's Malaria Capsules, At druggists, 10c and 23c. no2-lm (earn, as it will fBcSPrlnceton, be decid ed. Both ends arjftiil in douDt. JOOTBAL GOSSIP. The football enthusiasts who are par ticularly interestjfdi?in the game to be played by the Georgetown and Colum bian Unlversltleoif Thanksgiving Day will have an opportunity of Judging the ability of Columbian's team and its prob able chances of Victory in Its game this afternoon with, the jtrong eleven from .bwurthmore Colleger The game will .be played on the Co lumbian Field. North Capjtol and G Streets, at 3 o'clock. The Columbian team has been materially strengthened by the addition of Cummlngs, L. Weav er, E. Mills, and H. Beard, all of whom are experienced men. These new men while strengthening the team have caus ed so many changes that they have not had the time to perfect their team work, and consequently Columbian is not In the best of condition to meet so formid able an opponent ns the Swarthmore team. , The Georgetown varsity boys have fully recovered from their defeat last Tuesday and are on their way to new conquests in Richmond, Va., where they will meet the team of the Virginia Mil itary Institute this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Capt. Cassey has resumed play and has entirely recovered from his bruises re ceived In the Virginia game. The Did Glory Athletic Club met and defeated the Preston private school team yesterday afternoon by a score of C to 0. Georgetown has succeeded, in arranging a game with the Richmond College for the 19th of this month. The game will be played on the Georgetown campus. LAST EXHIBITION GAME. l.lRht Infantry and Monllt llennnt l'ln- Baiikrtlinll Tonlnlit. The Light Infantry' and Mt. Pleasant Athletic Club teams will play the last game of basketball in the preliminary ex hibition series tonight In the infantry ar mors". Both managers will put out their best teams and with a better knowledge of the new rules than the players had last week, an interesting contest may be ex pected. At the conclusion of the game there will be dancing. DIXON GETS THE DECISION. One of Snlliran'M SeconilM Jnnipn Into the ninir In the Tenth Round. New York, Nov. 11. According to the Marquis of Queen!bury rules, when a second -of one of the principals gets into the ring during a. three-minute round, the fight Is lost then and there. Tonight at the Lenox Athletic Club one of the seconds of Dave Sullivan, of Bos ton, Jumped tbrouglrthc ropes before the tenth round ended, believing that the bell had rung, and thereby- compelled the referee. James CoUille, of Boston, to ghe the fight to-, George Dixon, also of Boston, the featherweight champion. In this tenth round, Dixon had scored two clean knockdowns and had Sullivan on the run, but the latter was not beaten and could have gone on. Sullivan was strong and able to give terrible punish ment when the accident happened. In the first nine'rbunds it was a sujerb" exhibition. The meii .were started to go twenty-live roundsat the featherweight limit, and they went at the task with so much determination that, a definite result seemed ina-falr"way to be de veloped. In seiemeTina generalship Dixon showed, perhflj!8ijra.jbade: to the good, but Sullivan, up to the time the bout ended, had not really cut loose. The contest proved that there Is still plenty of fight in him. The question of supremacy between the star featherweights will still remain in doubt. Sullivan has been waiting for a chance to meet Dixon for a. long time, and he was greatly distressed when he fbund that he had lost. His friends had backed him heavily, and he had done his best to protect them, but he had no control over his hot-headed second, who unfortunately was his own brother. llntemnii' ChalleiiKr Accepted. The following letter was received by the sporting editor of The Times esterday: "At the time of Bateman's challenge. Issued immediately after his return to this city, my arm, which was broken in my fight with Farrell, had not sufficiently re covered to permit of an acceptance. "Now that the injured member Is well. I am ready and willing to box him before the club offering the greatest inducements and a side bet satisfactory to him. ; "ARTHUR JONES, I "Champion Featherweight of the District of Columbia." Another Victory for Tod Sloane. Liverpool, Nov. 11. Tod Sloane, the American jockey, rode the winner of the Liverpool Autumn Cup today. The race was won by Lord Derby's Alt Mark, three years old. MOTION rOH. NEW TRIAL. MiMcondnct of aJnror Alleged in tin Price Cone. The motion for a new trial and arrest of judgment in the case of the United States against John Price, who was a short while ago convicted of larceny, will be argued this morning In Criminal Court No. 1, Chief Justice Bingham, of the Wmfm I91B I have a friend, in fact hislny brother-iivlawTwhois the outside man for a .New York crockery warehouse, a sort of salesman, purchas ing agent, -collector and what not. He used to suffer from a catarrh of the stomach. When he woke in the morning thtre would be a gripping, a contraction, a tightness of the stomach, which, he said, seemed to be-dogged -with a slimy, phlegm-like substance. Carlsbad salts always did him some good, but now he uses a Ripans Tabule. He only takes one when occasion requires, just one now,and then. When this man. his name is Spalding, was asked to describe the effect of the Tabule on him, he said : " Why, it brightens me up. It has an effect like dry air; makes me feel something as I used to of a spring morning when the air was crisp but tempered with sunshine. I don't know how they produce such an effect, but that is the way they work. with me." yhVj U&& fSy First You'll find here Saturday 200 Suits Boys' Clothes (4 to 1G years). Double-breasted Jackets of all wool Scotch mixtures and very neat Casslmeres. The finish Is smooth. The styles are excellent. The trade value I to 5 a suit. The price of this lot Is, per suit.. The truth about your boy is that you cau provide his winter suit and overcoat here at an average of from $i.co-to S3. 00 less than elseWhere. The following great bargains present our 'Boys' Clothing Department to you, and it's a friendly place to all charged with the responsibility of clothing boys. Faith and fortune go hand in hand. The boys' clothing here has your confidence heuce its success great and growing. ' Children's $4 Covert Cloth Top Coats. Another lot Just received. Strictly all wool. A very stylish and popular garment, unequaled else where for lets than 15. Ages 3 to 15 years. Other Top Coats in Black and Blus Kerseys. Irish and Scotch Friezes and Co- rC ff 1 1 vert Cloths all ages at from JO 10 J I Z Our Popular S5 Reefers. In blue and brown Chinchillas; ulster and veHet collars, are equal to any 17 reefers offered else where. Remember our guarantee of strictly all wool and absolutely fast color; if not proven so by wear, your money refunded. Boys' Blue and Black Cheviot Suits at $3.48. Strictly all-wool and guaranteed fast color, made and trimmed In very best manner. Absolutely un equaled elsewhere for less than COO. Ages S to 16 years. Boy's Knee Pants at 48c. Strictly all-wool and regular TJc. value. Boys' and Children's Furnishings, Hats and Shoes. Mother's Friend Shirt Waists, for boys of all ages, in all leading patterns. For Saturday only Boys' Brown and Black Fedoras and Derbys. Regular Si. 50 value, at Another lotof those popular Golf Caps, for Saturday, at Supreme Court of the District of Colum- bla, presiding. The principal ground on ' which the new trial is asked Is on ac count of the alleged misconduct of Ben jamin F, Hal-per, the foreman of (he Jury which convicted Price. In reference to this, one of the jury, Douglas Thompson, made an affidavit in which he states that Harper while the jury was in consultation in their room announced that he knew me defendant for a number of years and that his (Price's) picture was In the rogues' gal lery at police headquarters. It Is understood that the other mem bers of the Jury have also made affidavits in which they state that they never heard Harper make any such remarks in the Ju ry room as are attributed to him by Thompson. The motion will be argued on behalf of Price by Andrew A. Lipscomb, and for the Government by District Attorney Henry E. Davis. FAVORITE TABLE BEVERAGE PABST BOTTLE BEER kfofrA tofa?7fa Concerning Your Boy and His Clothes ! Solid truth concerning your boy. It may and should surprise you. The larger your comprehension of what follows, the greater will be your surprise. Another Lot of Children's Eton and Vestie Suits, purchased at fully 40 per cent less than regular price hence Suits you usually pay Jl for. ;at ?i50 Suits you usually pay HM for at C75 Suits, you usually pay 13.00 for at COO Suits jou usually pay 15.50 for. at C50 Suits jou usually pay J6.00 for. at J4.00 Over fifteen different styles are shown, all styl ishly made and trimmed. Such materials as clay worsteds, fine fancy casslmeres and cheviots pre dominate. Ages 3 to T years. Children's Astrakhan Reefers, worth $4. at $3. In blue, brown, black and green. Made with large sailor collar, handsomely braided; finished with large pearl buttons ages 3 to 7 years. Boys' Black and Blue Suits 55 to SIO. Of Clay Worsted, Cheviot and Serge. Single and double breasted coats silk and satin faced. The largest line and variety in the city. Every gar ment guaranteed. Boys' Indestructible Bicycle Hose. Special for Saturday 3 Boys Calfskin Shoes, in the new coin and bulldog toes, ex tra heavy soles, kangaroo uppers. Made on same lasts as our men's i -t. shoes $1.50 and $2.25 39C 98C 23C PARKER, BRIDGET & CO., Head-to-Foot Outfitters to Man, 9th St. and Pa. Ave. t OF BURNING INTEREST to every housekeeper who cares to know the eecret of economical hotwltep- GAS HEATERS KnaMe one to enjoy the luxury of cleau, sweet, healthy rooms, doing auay en tirely with coal, dirt, and offen-riTe edota. We ell gas heaters from $1.25 up and the tost of operating is only a fraction of that of a coal ft ore. GAS APPLIANCE EXCHANGE, 1424 N. Y. AVE. PCkkkeater'a EazlUb Dlmxoad Braid. ENNYR0YAL PILLS W s-Stw vncisaimaaomlrSaasIae. v rf -.SV Cltr linn hN.1i. ... .w wa aftj niia I. vl.a - QboiM. trftted wiu. bl rlbboa. Tale f ftu m4 fattened. AtDrSii,rMe4fi. ' la tuxopi tor MLrtlnlsn, tmiaocUU ut M Relief fr tmilt.w te Utlt. Ij reton CklehMtrrCat.ualilCv-kf adftkrH ILm- BU b all LacU DnccliU. JVI11LADA-, iA. RUN AWAY horse almost impossi Die if 70a cm ShKIX'S IAFKTT AUTOUATia HlTCHINa WEIGHTS. Call and ne them. Price!, ?t.5J pd i JOBS B. ESI BY. 1010 Pa. ate. e7.trm POSTOPPIITJ XOTICH. WASHINGTON", D. a, POSTOFFICE XOTICE. Should be read daily, as chaeffea may occur at any time. FOREIGN' MAILS are fortrarded to the porU of Failing daily, and the schedule of dorlngs is arrarged 'n the presumption of their uninter rupted overland transit. For the week ending N"oember 12. the last connecting clones will be made ircm this office as fjllotrs: Mail for SontU nnil Central Amer ica, IVeat Indies, Etc. SATURDW (dl At 12:03 p. m., for NEW FOUNDLAND, per eteamer from North Sjd nev. (d) At 12:03 p. m.. far ST PIEHRE-MI- QUELON. per steamer from N'orth Sjdney. Mails for NF.WFOUXDLAXD, by rail to Halifax. and thence via steamer, clo?c here daily except Sunday at 12:03 p. m., and on Sundays only at 11:33 a. m. (d) Mails tor MIQUELON, hy rail to Boston, and thence via steamer, close he-e daily at 3:20 p. m. (a) Mails for CUBA, cloe here daily at 3:03 p. m., for forwarding by steamer sailing from Port Tampa, Florida, Mondays and Thuredays. (d) Malls for MEXICO overland (except these for OAMPECIIE, CHIAPAS, TOBASCO, and YUCA TAN, which alter the 7:10 a. ni. closing Wednes day will be forwarded to New York up to and including the 11:10 p. ra. closing Friday) close here daily at 7:10 a. ra. (d) Transpacific Malls. Mails for HAWAII, per s. s. Australia, from San Francisco, close here daily at 0:40 p. m., up to November 10. (d) Mails for'AUSTRALIA (except West Au'tralia), KEW ZEALAND, HAWAII, and FIJI ISLANDS, per s. s. AoranBi, from Vancouver, close at 6:40 p. m. daily up to November 10. (d) Mails lor CHINA, JAPAN, and ILVW.UI, per s. s. Bcljic, from San Francisco, close here daily at 6:40 p. m., up to November 13. (d) Malls tor CHINA and JAPAN, per s. e. Olym pia, from Tacoma. close here dally at 6:40 p. m., up to November 21. (d) Mails for the SOCIETY ISLANDS, per ship Call, lee, from San Francisco, close here daily at 6:40 p. m., up to November 25. (d) Mails for AUSTRALIA (except those for West Australia, which are forwarded via Europe), NEW ZEALAND, HAWAII, FIJI, and SAMOAN ISL ANDS, per s. 9. Moana, from San Francisco, close here daily at 6:40 p. m., up to November 23. (d) Mails for CHINA and JAPAN', per i. j. Em press of China, from Vancouver, close here daily at 6:10 p. m., up to November 23. (d) (a) Registered mails close at 10.00 a. m. lame day. (b) Begistered mills close at 1:00 p. m. same day. (c) Registered malls dese at 6:00 p. m. same day. (d) Registered mails close at 0:00 p. m. prev ious day. JAMES W. WILLETT. Postmaster. CIIlllCH NOTICES. MOUNT ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, corner 13th and D sts. ne.; bunday.school, ii a. m.r preaching;, 11 a. m.; text "The Liberal Soul Shall Be Made Fat;" communion, 3 p. ra.; C. E. at 7 p. m.. and preaching at 8 p. m.; the pastor will fill the rostrum, assisted at 3 p. m.r all are welcome. REV. W. J. ROBINSON, Pastor. It " $2.98 rJ!TWT'"Y'i f It t 111 Sere Throat. Pimples, Copper colored Scots. AchM. Old T I Sorti. Ulcers, ia llooth Bur T J nllinsf Write COOK nEUEDY CO.. 1SS1 Mfr- j tonic Temple. Chicago, 111., tor prooij of curef I Capital toOO.000. Worst cues cured in IS to 3S A days. 100-page book free. mjS-lr THEY STAND THE TEST." Eclipse Bicycles, FOURTEENTH AND H STS. -VPARTJIETS. Highland Terrace, im Mass. Are. Elegant 2 to G rooms apartment, with bath. FIRST CLASS CAFE ATTACHED- H. A. KEIGWIN, Manager. 550.C0 JS98 Ovabnis, Guaranteed one year $25.00 J. Perry Royston, Agt., 600 F Northwest. oc S6-U CURE YOURSELF! Ustt BIs for an natural j dine carers, ln2ammationt. Irritations or nice rat ions of mucous membranes. evBuzian. Painles. anl not atrin- iTHtEulSCHEHICUCO. ceat or JnoiM- oia dj jjruffsiai. "or ent Id plain wrapper, by express, prepaid, for 1. or 3 bottles, $.7X Circular sent ou request. oc31-eod-ljT MAKE PERFECT MEN DOXOTDKSPAIR! DonotSuf. ferLoniterl the Joy and ambition of life can be restored to joa. The very worst cusei of ervoua Debility ala..itelT cared hr PRfrFKr; tyar :cto TAIt I. ETH.GiTepromp; relief toio- i-omnia. falling memory and tbwat and drain cf Tit&l cowers, incurred br indiscretions or excesses ot early years. ImrjirtTi'Tor and notsner tocrerr func tion. CracAupthesyitem. G(re Mkv bloom to tn eneeks and lustra to th eye of Yyonnsorold. OneMc box renews Tital energy. PA "J 6 boxes at ti. so a complete guaranteed cure TfitlT or money re funded. Can be earned in Test pocket. Sold everywhere. or mMled in plain wrapper on recipt ot price by T11S rzRJC(.T CO., CaxtM. BUav OImssv III. Sold In Washington, D. C. by E. Stevens Cth and 13. ave. nw., and Henry Eracs, 933 P t nw. se27-tu,tb,sa-ly Made a well Man of Ale in 30 days." This old, yet marrelous. Hindoo Remedy lor men cares all Nerrous diseases. Failinc memorv. Nfirht emissions, sieepiessneas,.iosi energy, etc., caused by overwork, past excesses or early sbuaes. Prevents Insanity, enlarge shrunken organs and restores ambition and vieoroslty In old or young within ao (lays. PrlceSl.uOapacLaee: -Six forgS.OO.willi written cuarantee tocareormoneyrefunU eil. J IJAI'O can be had of druggist named to low, or, if preferred, we will send It prepaid rccun ly sealed on receipt of price. Hook of valno Jrr. STEVEXS'S PHARMACY, flth and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C. nol-tiLfcsaJJr Removed from 45L-Pa. Ave. v THIS PAPEit IS PRINTED With Ink furnished by JAENECKE BH03. ITS. 6CHXEEUAXN. New York City. mrfi-tl-em HAVE rou HiaaV Gau&stecii pi m.mm M l4P V" V 66 I vA i -W-iT" ' -V&i -a'5Ca,-"b gj ,,x ...K.jat.'JAm..w.. s-