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trvr ti Ws J r j!!SfTix THE TXMJEPv,AJ5JT1NnyoN .jgRTDAY, DRQEMBE.,,2. 131)8t rCK'-"Xo.$-.4e.-.4 oo-frW; r - i f vrM ARBDIT SH mnmw fM m m v lf Jm m ml r ' wf Wv- CWERS, G1PTS " J- YCNBtt'Aiat I . . vf . tr $ i'i,pt1 "' """i" rJrf3Wvy "H 5" f -wa - 1 s A . -V .."& The "buying public finds its greatestHiodrf in this offer of Credit to every honest man and wo- $ man. It extends their buying possibilities into " the fields of refinement in the most convenient" "" manner. Many who wouldn't have jewelry -be- - fore because lihey didn't want anything" 'inferior-" auu uiuii i care 10 pay sue mg uasu, pnuua ior uao "- jewelry, are now owners of "fine-Diamonds; fine' Watches, and fine Jewelry of all kinds. It opens the door to accumulating articles of value without there being a drain. " v Our "prices tell the tale themselves. They speak of their own lowness. We'll save -you -a full fifth on anybody's prices. - - DEAD 80X.BXSSS' -- B1TBOTB. IJU.I LICIIIMU VI 111 ItUI'tltu, nao i Aajt. del) Coibln yesterday ' MaJor"and Brigade Surgeon An lntreBtlnv T.faV Af Art Ir-lata Nott '" . . -nil- . -.. in me nacijeparimcni. A list of effects, leltcb-y the soldier dead L.TVho gave their servlcesjind lives to their country during the una- with Spain, and who died on'battlefreUT tfr In hospital, was submitted to afternoon by John C. Brown. ThbjiHrpperty and money 'Is held by the auditor for thoWf De partment, who will deliver It to the rela tives or heirs of tho deceased soldiers upon demand, the relatlvc3 or heirs' being now unknown to the army officials. Near the top of tho list appears the name of G. N. Campbell, who was a member of the band of the. First District of Columbia Volunteer Infantry Regi ment. Tho property lr-ft by him Is de scribed as "one leather pocketbook, tied with white string;, with metal tag, con tains Spanish coin, photograph (of a loved ono no doubt), cigarette papers, letters and J1.10." The remainder of tho list follows, and contains blmple articles surrounded by the pathos of broken home circles; nar ratives of faith told by Holy Bibles nnd beads; letters telling of a correspondence with dear ones, which was broken oft" by A death; pictures of mothers, wives ana sis- ,. t o..fl.:"WMXM5MAA.x : .!Mai 'l ie ,ine upiy complete Hongemrnisners tn wasniiiRtoii Alii aeiu bat X1011BH 'A CXXo44ff We Cut Profits, not Qualities. ! i x; Diamond Rings ------ Diamond Pendants -" -' - - - Diamond Scarf Pins Diamond Lockets - - - Diamond Barrings Ladies' 14-Karat Gold Watches -Men's 14-Karat Gold Watches -Ladies' Solid Gold Chains - - -Solid Silver Brushes and Combs - - $2.5o.jop;:j - $6.00 nip ij - $2.70 up - $5.0Q up - $7.00 up - $17.00 up - $30.00 Tip - $10.00 up - $2.50 up Any honest man or woman can obtain credit here. Small payment down balance weekly or monthly. All transactions strictly confidential. CASTELBERG, 935 Pa. Ave. Baltimore Store, 106 N. Eutaw St. The Bargain Giver, Reliable Jeweler, and Scientific Optician. Established 1846. i t rOOTBAIL NEGOTIATIONS. Prtncetou nnd Ilnrvnrd Mn Meet XextYenr. New Tork, Dec L Through a member of tho graduate advisory committee, Princeton has opened negotiations with Harvard for a football game next Fall, with the stipulation that ths contests shall In no way interfere with the Crim son's meeting with tho University of Pennsylvania. Jt Is said to be a fact that Harvard has already made an agreement with the Quakers for another game next year, and the sentlment.prevails In Cambridge that by arranging the dates far enough apart contests with both Princeton and Yale can be arranged, too. The numbers of Princeton's advisory committee, who havo opened negotiations nlth Harvard, hava had personal confer ences with Head Coach Forbes. The lat ter has already stated that he will not coach the Harvard eleven another year, but to the Princeton men he has declared himself to be personally In favor of re newing former relations with Old Nassau, eind is also anxious to have the Crimson play three big games. Other local Har vard men have been approached, It is said, and one of them, who is a member of tho athletls committee, left for Boston tonight to talk the matter over. If Harvard consents to meet Princeton and arranges the date of the game with the University of Pennsylvania for the latter part of October, there may bo a ctonn of protests from Philadelphia, but they are expected to subside, as Harvard $3 undoubtedly In a position to dictate terms. Two years ago Harvard asked Princeton as a favor to play the University of Penn sylvania, and when the request was turned down there was some adverse feel ing toward the Tigers in Cambridge. At the University of Pennsylvania the opin ion has prevailed up to within a few weeks that Princeton would endeavor, through Yale, to have Harvard throw tho Quakers over, but not long ago a Prince ton graduate of influence in athletic af fairs notified several Pennsylvania men that the Tigera would In no way attempt to interfere with the Harvard-Pennsylvania agreement. Consequently the Phll adelphians are expected to help the Kas rau negotiations along as much as they can. There are also Informal negotiations be tween Princeton and tho University of Pennsylvania for a game, but so far they have been carried on without official sanc tion. The feeling pre-alls that there will be a game, but it would seem that many obstacles must be, overcome before such an arrangement can be made. YAIE-PBINCETON DEBATE. The Anncxntlon of Ctilui tin Subject to lie I)!h(uhril. New Haven, Dec. 1. Yale and Prince ton 'will compete in Joint debate next Tuesday evening. 'It will be the fifth time they have been .pitted against each other in the forensic "field. The subject will he: "Itesolved.'That the 1'nltcd States Should Annex Cuba." The teams have not yet been definitely decided on, but Yale's speakers will likely be C. P. Kitchel. 1M0, L. S.; J. K. Clark, ', and A. D. Leavitt, IBM. The Judges mill be Prof. John B. Clark, of Columbia University; Charles B. Hub bell, president or the New York board of education, and Oeorge L. Rives, of New York City. Of the four debates which have been held between Yale and Prince ton, each college has won two. BUM0BS OF A BASEBALL DEAL. The LoulnYllIr Team May Be Trnn ferreil to Detroit. New York, Dec. 1. A dispatch from Louisville says: There is a probibi'lty of the Louisville baseball club going to Detroit. Vanderbeck, of that place, has made an otter for the team. The Louis ville managers have fixed their pries at JC0.000. Tills morning a letter was rtc.iv ed from Vanderbeck, raising his offer from $10,000 to $13,000. This will permit tbeowners of the team to pull ont even. They lost $13,000 last season. Of the SW, 000 capital stock only $16,003 Is paid. Louisville people will be given a chance to subscribe for the remainder of it. Un less they do so the sale will probably be made. BENNETT HOBSES IN FRONT. They Carried On Hie Honors at Xi OrJeatiii Yesterday. New Orleans, Dec. 1. Today's feature was the success of the Bennett horses. Tho stable sent three to the post In the first, second and third races. They were Forbush, Hlttick and Laureate, and, rid den by Tommy Burns, won easily. In the betting tho winners were at odds on, but nevertheless were heavily played. Stanley West, the deputy sheriff who shot himself during the running of th fifth race yesterday, will recover, sum maries: First race One mile. Forbush, 7 to 10, 30 DAYS' TRIAL FREE AND GIVES $&S3$k won; Dr". Sheppard, second; Patroon, third. Time, 1:S0. ' ' n -' ' ' Second race Five furlongs. Hlttkk. 2 to 5, won; Sir Blaze, second; Charlo, third. Time, 1:07 1-4, Third race Jille and a sixteenth. Lau reate, even, won; Leo Lake, tecond; George Lee, third. Time. 1:58 1-2. Fourth race Six "furlongs. Locust Blossom, 6 to 1, won; Llttld Billy, second; Debrlde, third. Time, 1:21 1-4. Fifth race Jllle" and a sixteenth. Muskadine, 3 to I, .won: 'Oxiiard. sec'pnd; Waterman, third. Time, 2:0. BACING AT BBIGHTWOOD. Jxcefiit hport for the Liireri of (lie Hnrnptd Home. Better time has been made over the half mile track at Brlghtwood than was made yesterday afternoon, but It Is doubtful if the racing 'over- that 'hlof ie track has eer been more interesting. The track was very he,avy .and .ttie(.mud holding. Only one event "was pulled off, the free-for-all pace. Tho 2:30 clats trot, after four heats were trotted, was postponed on account of darkness until 2 p. m. today. The three-minute trot will also beoalled this afternoon, when the track promises to be much better than on yesterday. Nominee won the free-for-all pace and trot, but not without stubborn arguments on tho part of Nlncc Noble, and Ida C, The latter, after being unsteady for two heajs, by reason of the matchless skill of Stolon went out unexpectedly in the third heat, arid came in an easy winner. Tho 2:30 trot was a horse race from end to end for four heats. Last night It looked to be -tho race of any horse in the field. Pat has two heats won, Nellie T. one, and Dolly Patches one. A bitter fight between all of the contending horses may be looktd for wnen they face the starter today. B. F. McCauley acted as starter, and won fresh laurels in that difficult and thankless position. The associate-Judges were Henry V. HansIale, John H. Qheen anad Arthur R. Appier. The entries In the three-minute, trot today are: Eclipse Virginia Boy, Zulu M. and Pamlico, Jr. ' At the close of the 2:30 trot Colin Steele; the driver of Nominee, was called Into the stand by Starter McCauley and pre sented with a very handsomely mounted whip. era, and rellis of grim war and the firing llne or trenches. "Here is the list: F. Coplitn, Sond Intintry, one walcli and chain; ltofc-rr Clark, Company II, Ttrnth Inlantry; $M.Ml; Maitin J. Allen, Company E, Seventh In fantry, J17; Uald Daia, one diploma and con tract. Si3r SHchatl I!arlo. Coimunj A, Ten- I tleth Infantry, $18 05; Hutklah Hell, private. Tnenty-nftli Infantry, !.!; August innnu, imru Infantry Hand, fcpanUi coin, $73; Timothy Canty, Cumiun) B, Stventh Infantry, $55; Timotcr Car. roll, one soldi cr' hand book, one watch, knife, and tobacco tack, urappi in white cloth; O. W. Alderman, Cumpany II, Second JlassailittsettJ, one letter, to pmsre, one red ami Mack, and bne gospel of St. Luke's, and $31.00! CharlM Cunutte, Dajton, Kj., $42; A. Copcliart, private. Company II, Second Infantry, ?5; M. C. Fox, Company F, First Infantry, $53.25; l'lilllp Oooch, private, Tncnty-nlih Infantry, $24.35; Thomas Flyon, one large black iwcketlxwk containing thellr, Spanish coins, letters, etc, and $2.35; Griffith, one vratuh; Elmer Creen, private. Seventh Infantry, $24.(0; Thomaa I". Ribbon, Company K, Xinth ' Massachusetts, one pocket mirror, cne rosarv, one package letters, watch 'o. 135,914, one senlng kit; Isaac Iloltle, piirate. Company D, Sewnth Infantry, one knit purve, one stamp book, one mirror, one letter case knife, one m1 clier'a liandkcrchicf, paper, and $30.10; Herbert Jtllum, land, Fcurth infantry, cne leather bag containing one gold watch, and one Spanish coin, and $20; Victor Hjelm, private, Company K, Third Infantry, one packace containing empty Mau-cr thills, one pun, letlrre, ami one Mack cloth bag; John herns, private. Company B, Twentieth Infantry; Charles Harlxt, Comiany F, Eighth Ohio; David F. Hosliowcr, $5.00; John Howard, one watch drain and belt :o. l&l,u?; I. F. Irvin, private. Company ' 0, Mth In fantry, one leather purse, one knife, letters; Lukciuhclmcr, Eighth Infantry, one match box and one ring and $51.S3; Ambrose Xcro, private. Company E, Ninth Caialry, $5.05; Oorge Jt. Jlesscnsrcr, Company 1, Twentieth Infantry; Harry M. Miller. $40.U0; John Quilty, one check for $0.51; John Jl. Jloran, one duplicate check for $23, one tMamcnt, one knit purse, containing Snaniih coin: .Magnus Ostllnja. private. Company JI, Second Infantry, S120; lliley Torter, First Infantry; .talhan l-raterjjV"mPany i- nncn in fantry, one gold watch; Niv5,mi and chain and $1; James Ray, private. Company II, Seventh In fantry, one pur-0 and WTal; Charles irillstock, sergeant, Company II. Twelfth Infantry, one pocketbook containingrtcflers, etc., and $70.00; Xealy Wright, Tenth Cavalry, one soldier's hand book; Thomas Wilsb, Company K, Ninth JIasa-ciiu-ietta. pockctbeok containing one Spanish coin, cne letter; Charles V.'e,t, pmatc. Troop E, Siith Cavalry, one watch and leather chain; Frank Culi, Hospital Corps, $15; Jake Alexander, M cents; James C. Brown, band. Fourth Infantry, one package tied in brown paper, said to con tain letters, keys, etc-;eotge Edwards, corporal, one knit purse containing Columbian half-doUar and two copper coins; Thomas FeT)ncsoy, private. Company II, Seventeenth Infantry, discharge pa pers; Frank Kaslock, Company 11, Seventh In fantry, cne watch and chain; nilsloff. Company K, one razor and one -"tobareo sack containing Stanih coins, bulleM and safety Hns; W. S Johnson, one worn out' red pocketbook contain ing pins and a memorandum book; Mi Cormitk, (Jsnifuny J, S-.vmti Infantry, cue wjll anil, letters and $&; John Mealy. ,one watch ik $8; John l'ltcher, one gold ring, narrow; Otto 'Sandhammer, Company A, Eixbih tViio Volun teen, one Holy Bible, oris pockelbool. containing letters, pipe, one rackagc bras Inittn. shells, two knives, one key, on comb; Elis E. Ittmc, Bat tery E. Fourth Artillery, $S.f0; Frank Schus ter, private. Company el, FIret Illinois, Irtters and two photographs: Francis Semper. $5,2G; Jescfc Tracy, Company C, Second Infantry, one watch and ring, prosrrl and letters; Schen wenktr, one deposit book; Walter Scott, tobacco sack containing chain made of coins, gold watch No. 1,020, Spani-h coins antl keys; Viiiiam Wall, and two photographs; Francis Semper, $o.2r; J. II. Ward, Company F, Spanish coin, one co;-. per coin, and $75; John V-llson, Company 1, First Infantry, cne pair glasses. i ...wWemieet the demand for cheap goods by sacrificing the greater portion of our legitimate - - profits.'-w Wc -would rather do this than lose the reputation that.we have been conscientiously build ing-up for years the reputation for absolute reliability. No shabby goods are permitted jto dis grace "our establishment, and when you figure on our prices you can always reckon on the goods being tuVkihd that you would, wish to have. Our terms of credit are of the most generous order and "are open .to every honest person. jnr- a. - i u iVr?-, -. c &'--JfS--'jy Tills Solid ot Sideboard with heavy plate mir ror, high double door cabinet. 2 good drawers, 42 leches wide, 6 feet 7 Inches hlxh, and a regular beauty, fcr 57.50. Large line of od.l up lioUterfd chairs; hand some' pa I term and nir otrriog; On like cut. dark maiioffanx floIJi, 57.00. The marvelous power exerted by my Electric Belt and Appliances, Induces me to offer it to suffering men on 30 Days' Trial, so certain am I that it will cure and that you will gladly pay for the use of It To men who have battered their Etomacbs with drugs I want them to ex ercise their Judgment and consider that Electricity is the greatest power on earth. Its unseen current puts life and force into whatever It touches. The constant, Eteady life extended by my New Electric Appliances gives instant relief and never falls to euro TtheumaUsm, Backache, Kld- noa-tctri-Ct ney Troubles, Early Decay, Night Losses, tack of Nerve Force and Vigor, Nervous Debility, Dndevelopment, and Lost VI p'lty. Tou may not have faith In It now, but WEAR IT FOR 30 DAYS ON TRIAL and you will then realize why I have such confidence in it as to send it to you. "Write today for illustrated Pamphlet with references and signed testimonials. Sent tree In plain sealed envelope. Prof. A. Chrystal, Inventor. 283 Postoffice Block, Marshall, Mica. MUCHEXL AND SHASKEY. Tom O'Jlniirke Hent on TlrlnKliiir Tlu-m Totretlie-r. New York, Dec. 1. Tom O'ltourke seems bent, apparently, on clinching a contest between Tom Sharkey and Charley Mitchell. He today posted $1,000 and cabled to England accepting' Mitcha ell'a challenge. "O'llourke wants to have the encounter settled at the Lenox Ath letic Club and has offered a pursa of $10,000 for fcuch a battle. He hopes to pull ofC tho affair some time-In -January and .nSt5at In vIew of tno ct that Mitchell first challenged Sharkey tHaf "the" latter has the right to name the- battle, ground and date of the mill; DELEHAN1Y WILL STA,Y. l'lilllldelpliiun Like Jllm Hotter 'Tlinn LncKF, Philadelphia, Dec. 1. Secretary-Manager Shctsline. of the Philadelphia Base ball Club, was asked whether there was any truth in the statement of President Hart, of Chicago, to the effect thafLange was to be traded for Delehanty. .He said- "Lange may be traded all right, I un derstand Chicago wants to get rid of him but he will not be traded for Delehanty not on your life. 'Del.' suits us all right. He can play Just as- good all around ball as Lange and hasbctter habits." Ilecordo ot 'Warahlim. (The Secretary of the Navy has Issued orders for securing data In regard to the general work of the war lessels during cae opanisn war. rrhe record of every one whtch took a part In last Summer's operations is to be carefully comnlled. The complete record of these vessels will give an official history of the Spanish war relating to the navy, and will be the fullest account of the kind possessed by any nation. To get a record of the properties of Hcurich's beers, order a case by telephone, 6W. Arlington Bottling Company. Heurich's beers lead all other beverages In age, purity and strength, maintaining the record for- over a quar tan ol a century. PROMINENT ELKS COMING. To De TsMiiIercc! rt Iteceittlmt cut Their ArrHnl Here. The Washington Lodge, No. 15, B. P. O. Elks, will hold a reception and social ses sion tonight in honor of the d'stlnguished lawyer. John Galvin. of Cincinnati, the grand exalted ruler of the order, who passes through the city tomorrow on big way to deliver the memorial address at Baltimore, on Sunday next. Elks' Me morial Day. He will be accompanied by Judge Darvln, of Covington, Ky who proceeds to Cumberland, Md., to psrform the same ceremony. -- The home lodge has secured some rare talent, amateur anil professional, to en tertain the visitors. Among the invited guests nro Gen. Miles, CoU Ainsnorth, Senators Mason, Burrow, Roach, Car:er, Wellington, Pettigrew, Representatives Dovener, Pcarre, Norton, and Mercer, and Assistant Secretary of War Meikle John, members of the order. The committee in charge are George A Mason, chairman; James A. Burkett. sec retary; William Dickson, M. Dyrenforth, John C. Maxwell, Fred C. Glesking, Na than Stern, John C. McGIll, and John E. Casey. Col. William Dickson has been selected to preside at the social session. Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Glassware, Carving Sets. A full line ot American, English, French, and German Dinner Seta. All kinds and styles ct odd dishes, chocolate sets, fancr cups and saucers, wooden and tin ware. Thu Is a large department In our basement and we want you to visit it. We will sell yo-a a fall 112 piece decorated Dinner Set "lor only $7.50, and a complete 3-picce decerated Toilet Set for SI 7 C SI7 This iffi5n stool; handsome piano Sni&h Is dark mi- Jj&rfaajv and folhhcd $2.00. frp$ KIP! jRffft tr"i5Jjwvi2t!i i i- ,-" -,- lpiaur 53 w. lllst This luntlfU 5 plrce mahogany finished parlor raite, corcrcd In excellent ajIHr uitreu, 10a upnunitTeu in a iJitrouu manner, leu will pay at least $33.0 rf Sot U in any other etore in th cltr. (or price Is only , rH Ml! Beautiful Tarlcr Heater full nickel trimmed liandsome irn A telf-fecder, Thli li a hlgh-srade store at a Ion price, $12.75 3QBtt"Jl LV : Eatension Tali.es in great rariety. We will sell you a table similar to the one shown for $7.50, and will sell ,ou a solid oak G-fvot Extension Table 21 pa tor -fJOU ... . This Lsndsome Range Jus s:ood-tized oven; we warrant It a baker or co sale. Trice only S8.75. O CD - This Iilh ffradf, wi ld oat chiffonier, filjr finished, and the. con struction the best, we make a special price ct 54.95. Solid OaV Chamber Set. neatly carred head board and glass frame beTel plate mirror, and 3-drawer dreur, a handscme f20 uite, for only ' - SI 4.00. 1 f"- J Thti Ladles DfsV, t solid oafc, French legs, hacdiomely catred, and a Ianre. X serriccable piece of '; fnrnitnrc, and is act extra ralue at ,J 54.50. : I House & Herrmann, 901-903 Seventh St. Cor. of I (Eye) Street. FOR FDCSl Medical rut5 Weak Men i Who are Willing to Pay When Convinced of Cure.. A scientific combined medical and, mechanical cure has been discov ered lor ' Weakness of Men." Tho proprietors announce that they will ( send It ontrial remedies and appll-1 ance wlthoutiodvance payment to any honest man. If not all that is claimed all you wish send it back that ends it-pay nothing! This combined treatment cures i quickly, thoroughly, and forever all effects of early evil habits, later ex i cesses, overwork, worry, etc It cre ates heaKhTstrength, vitality, sus taining powers, and restores weak and undeveloped portions of body to natural dimensions and functions. Any matt writing in earnest will receive description and references In a plain scaled envelope. Profes sional confidence. Kn C.O.D. de- faction nor imposition of any nature. A na tional reputation backs this offer. Address Erie Medical Oo..Buffalo,M.Y. raoTtsGMArnxD rtox Lira. VHf VITALiS THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY.. IltPar- trtT 10th Dar VITAIIfi a11"!- i-ROnLlES THK ABUT SOLh Dir. RESCLTS. ItaoicklravscrtfTrniiomX.rvMi.RH. rm.,H KtthUr EioiMMjnN Erit Dreaois Wutlo( Dtwwn and all effects of iIfbtu or rami n-t fndlicretloa Restores Umt Vitititr Power ami Fall mt Mfmorj Wards o3 In.ujitr tod Con-nnb. tlon. Cares when all othtra fail Insist on hasios VITA1J8. no other. Can he carnad in th srest pocket. By mail $1.00 Er pact sae or six for 6.IO with a fnarantsa to Cure or efttnd-f he Sloney. Circolsr Fres. Addrass CALUMET Ct'It CO 8S4 ii.arb.ni bU CUcaty Sold in Washington, D.'c, by R. Stevens), 9th ahdPa. are: nw., and Henry Evans, 933 V C nw. Mts-mo.vT&trl-ljr Men Who care for - Shoe Comfort - c ;; sfc properly appreciate Hess Shoes by wear ing them to the ex clusion of all others. And combined with that comfort is a cer tain individuality of style simply inim itable, which every well - groomed man looks for. $3.50 to $6 a pair. NL Hess' Sons, 931 Pa- Ave. .44 4 44t44-00 Heaters, t . , - t I Gas $1.25 up. SAFE, COSVEXIEXT, ECOSOV ICAL, HEALTHY, and BEADV AT ALL TIMES. Cot about 1-S as muCh to operate as a coal stove, besides affordin? cjuicker and better heat. Gas Appliance Co., 1424 N. Y. AVE. noM-tt - IHlIliaiJlr1lT?l III UAUC Vnil Sera Throat, Pimples. Copper. nfllt lUU colored Spots, Aches. Old Sores. Ulcers. In Slouth Ha.r Fallini-I Write COOK REJ1EDV CO., 1K1 Ma sonic Temple. Chicago, 111., for proofs ol cures. Capital J500.000. Worst cases cured In 15 to 3J dajs. lCO-pare book free. mrS-Iy Removed from 457 Pa. Av?. Gentlemen's Ties for Gifts tf&rTTvS Our 20 years A half dozen tics is a welcome cift to every man. We hare just made a purchase from a mana faicturcr who is Kolns out of business. Tliey are the latest styles, colors and desiens In Silk Ascots, KouMn-hands. Puffs, and Tecks, lined with satin. reputation " for Nowhere ele can honest values ii you lmy them for ir sufneieui puaran- less than 50c Our ATlC, tec. , price .. MV" C. AUEKBACH, 7th and II St. Ligiit-running Domestic Agency. weifri.Sa APAUT31CXTS. Highland Terrace, M Massachusetts Are., Thomas Circle An Two to sis-room flats, with bath. elegantly appointed cafe attached. H. A. KEIGWIN. ocl5-tf Manager. PERSONAL. The 3 Days" Cure for m-n) leads all remedies In this city; x prompt and permineet cure or no huge. Cob mltatlan free. DR. McKEEHAN", 513 12ib rt aw. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. ra. Closed Sunday, no&lsio Dr. Leatherman, EXPEnT SPECIALIST In the core el all private diseases. Hydrocele. Varicocele. Strletnre. Irs poteney, and Syphilitic Diseases rodtiseiy rared. Advice and Consultation tree. Both Seiea. Hours. 8 to U, 2 te 6; Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenints. t. S. 003 F Street NortUwc.t. (Closed Sunday.) mh30-t fyiME.THSO, lledinm and Card Header. Uhinctcn's most famous Oairvoyant and Palraut. Consult her oa business. love, and.hmlly affairs; reunites ths separated: removes rpells; causes speedy aiar ri.irea and cjives cood 1-irt. Open daily. Cermaa spol.en; 25c and 50c. 92) II tt. nw. noS-" Mrs. DR. RENNER SPECIALIST. ' In obstctrlca, pld medal awarded for the science of olKtetncs from the University of Munich. Ba varia, treats successfully woman's complications and irretralarities; private sanitarium for ladies r --- --wf. w. jwlh. nw., itashina-- tcm. D. C. selO-tt STRICTURE CURED AT HOME ' - ivuen wo say cured.' we mean uo patching up. bat polthe,ieTerto return cure- Our treatment is hy a eir Jlethod. paluteat. and requires NOSURCiCALOPERATION no loss of time.ftnd Is used secretly at lionie. We liave never failed In o or S.ooocases.aiid are as sure to rttre strict ure. an-1 Prostatic enlargement as the aim is to rjv-. i-nioisHnusiiiea uhk lrse. i.x.1 ii t.jir.i.ni.,u,6mliui)lil-g, nan-u , tlsston, Hast. FOIt SALE HOIISCS AXTJ VEHICLES. FOR SALE Fine bucy horer 9 years old; in first-class condition. Apply at IMS 13th st. (Ic2-3t FOIt SALE One pair of handsome lay horses; 15.2; blood hajs and sound in Keneral; six and sven years old; one nice saddle mare; 15.3; she's good Jumper, trotter and loper; one blaclr horse; good rider and.driver, and also good work marc. Can be seen at GEO. V. JIOUNTCVfe TLE'S, 1122- Vermont Court rvt. dei-3t FOK SALE Horse suitable for family or (tra cery wagon; also side saddle. 1105 Eleventh t- "T- ; d(l-St FOU SALE Wagons, carriages of all lands. T. A. OWEJiS, h and I sts. sw. no30-5t,em FOH SALE Fine horse, wagon, and harness; cost $225 G months ago; suitable for bvite.'icr or grocer. 017 5th st. nw. iw30-3t .CURE YOURSELF! Use J'ig for unnatural 0ichargcs, inti am Station , irniaiiona or oicprniious not; u trioture. or nvucoui niemuraaeB. Prrtnu eoaution. rainless, anil uot astrtn iTHEEtAKaCHEUiCllCo. ECIlt or PoteonoM. LcmSNXATlO.fB "" "' rBi.-T vt Riit iii s-ia.111 .t.rr-i ny expri-ss, prepaiu, ior fl.lO. or bottles. 12.73. Circular sent on rwiuest. FOIt SALE Cheap, joung, safj-driiinir mare, buigy, and harness; sold for want of Use; will sell separately. -Apply 2013 7th st. nw. no29-3t,em FOK SALE At SELLMAX'S STABLE, rear 1720 P St. nw-., Cne trap, phaeton, buggy; and harness. no29-3t,em SIX horses and mares; workers and drhera; cheap. Store 1015 Mass. ave. nw. no27-et FOK SALE A liandsome pair bay cobs, 15 1-4 hands, 6 and 7 years old; sound, gentle and good drivers; suitable for light brougham, trap or buggy; can be seen on and after Xor. 2S at STEWAItrS HANSOM AND BOARDIXO STABLES, 1120 Vermont Court nw.; 'phone 933. no26-tf ocSl-cod-lyr FOR SALE A good second-hand buggy, built by UcCcrmick, of Ualtimore; cost $350; will tell cheap; can be seen at STEWART'S HANSOM AND BOARDING STABLES, 112S Vermont Court n.; 'chone 938. noitrtl Mme. Florence judson, Ialmit anil Jlind Reader, consult on all business travel, changes, speculation, marriage, love, etc.: 1!""?"'""'"" Past. 'present .net future and her references as regards ability as Pata"". "' fcgrad question. .. well as belnff an educated Christian lady- (. Lu(L tn!. SSf f br ntail-for recelring JSI plete Life Character reading from the cradle to the grave upon receipt cf one dollar. Hours 9 1U2 G sunw? --ft - DR. CZARRA'S, .6,irfer Blood Poison cured, tltality restored. Si.S tal fl,n l'"ta fnW"i both sexes. Dai y. to 12, 3t3. no2S-tf.em Visit the Gypsy Camp, '" ss. w., near it. del.Tt 11SI ' PROF. JOIIXL. the wonderful Palmist and Card Reader, tells past, present, future; advisea ui. in, ic, auu uiarnage; tec a. m. to 10 p. m. 345 D sr. sw. 50c ami M; 3 no30-3t 1UIE. DAVIS, bcrn clairvopnt and card reader, tells about business; removes spellv and evil influences; reunites the separated, and gives lucfe to all; cure piles ard drunkenness. 1223 25th st. pw- noa-lmo NATIONAL DENTAL PAIiLORS, OOU P St. X. w. Gold fillings and bridge work a specialty, at the lowest price; amalgam fillings, 50c; fait sets of teeth on plates, $5; extracting, either by gaj or local spray, absolutely painless, 50-:; with out. 25c; all work done by experts ard guar antced the best; open on Sundats from 10 ta i i'clock. mh22 tlm REDUCEDt REDUCED! His Readings to Ladies, 25c. Centt. 50c ' PROF. CLAY, Oldest established Clairvoyant, tells yea business, lo.e affairs, family troubles; about lavsults, di vorces, or anything you wish to know; brings sep arated together: causes speedy marriages; re morea family troubles; bad luck spells, or mys terious feelings; 10 to 10 daily. tXt II st sw. : nowO-St.cns II. C. ASDREWS. MACNETIO HEALER AXD TRAXCE-MEDIUM. All dUases cureil with out drugs or surgery. 926 X. Y. ave nw. del-lmo,era WE'ARE AFTER THE TOOK MAX'S TRADEC We can save you bier money on an overcoat or a suit of clothes, made bv merchant tailors and very little worn. JL'STH'S OLD STAND, ClDstj no2tf-'t MR. L. M. XORRIS-Clairvoyant, 824 13th st. nw., public seances Mrnday and Thursday night.ON.X'3 HALL. 721 Cth st. nw. no26-7t MADAM RETTA. Card Reader and Clairvoyant; 25c.. 50c 912 X. T. ave. no29-3t,emi DIVORCES and alimony obtained; ladies. Address ATTORXCV F., no charge to this office. noOS-lt.ena "znei'i'X&ZKHBr W v-4t-s''5.--'-'''--r:? "- "- "J"yr"l5fe2f - "?''X-" -&.?rf -ir- a wv-.