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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, EEXDATT, MAT 10, 1895.
iijj-"jg: NO lilPAKlAN 11TGHTS. HERE Are tliree speclally'good tMngs in Short Pants Suits for TO-DAY and TO-MORROW. Better come as early as you can for they will go quickly at these prices, and first pick is best- At$5.00 We have bought from one of the leading makers of Children's Clothing a big lot of suits, made up to sell at $7, $8, and $9, and as usual you get the benefit. For to-day and to morrow 3rou qan take your pick of them for $5.00 There are all sizes, 4- to 16 years,. all neat and dressy pat terns and colors. 3.75 We have three or four neat patterns in Bannockburn and Chelsea Tweed, combination Robinson, Chery & Co., I2th and F Sts. furnishVncs, Dawy ainai. t MER HOUSEHOLD NEEDS of us on CREDIT if you wish. HONEST CASH PRICES to credit buyers. Lansburgli's "Rink," New York Avenue Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. -Agency for the Celebrated Columbia Automatic Filter. GREAT FORCED SALE Again am i Again Does Truth Tnpsi, Our wedge is in we are daily prying open wide the "insight" of the people. Every day they see more clearly the force of our wonderful proposition to sell such fine cloth ing at such ridiculously low prices. Our programme for to-day: MEN'S SUITS InTMbets, Cheviots, Casslmcres and Worsteda 510 Suits-Forced Sale Price 85.00 tl2 " 6.00 f5 " " 7.50 $17 " S.50 120 " 10.00 Children's Suits. In Juniors, Fauntleroys, and all the prevailing (tries for little and big boys, ngos 3 to 8 and 6 to 16 years, at $1, $150, $2, 2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 nd 55 actually "worth ttvico the prices nsVed. STORE OPEN THE FAMOUS 803 Market Space, Two doors from Eighth st. LUNG AND THROAT SPECIALIST, Dr. Shade, 1232 Fourteenth street, is a specialist iu all diseases of the nlr iassages, 2asal, laryngeal and bronchial catarrh, pharyngitis, laryngitis, tousllitis, bron chitis, ulceration of the throat, diphtheria cndtubcrcular consumption. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m. and 4 to G p. m. Terms reasonable. Consultation and examination, free. Iet us know w lint you tlilnlc of tlso "Pennant Buce on a Times liusOuull coupon. suits (one jacket and two pairs of pants), that are being made a leader at $6 in some of the biggest stores in Amer- Our price is THREE DOLLARS AND SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for to-day and to-morrow only. We have again culled out all broken lots and odds and ends of our 4, $5, $6, $7, $8 and $9 suits (about 150 suits) and shall let them go to-day and to-morrow at $2.50 each. Remember, theyjare odds and ends, only one or two snits of a kind. But, if you can find the size to suit, it's the best bargain 3-011 ever saw. What is left of those 35c and 50c Unlaundered Waists, you can have at 20c each, or 3 for 50c. 1 A most pleasing stock in every particular. Hayward's, Whitney's, and other fine makes all in the assortment. Va riety of style that leaves nothing to be desired. Some with bic3'cle wheels others with shaved spoke wheels. "Upholstered in all the popular materials. We have your choice of a carriage here. Prices start at $3.90. T&Buy your SUM MEN'S TROUSERS. In Cheviots. Casslmore, English "Worsteds, in al) the latest Spring colors and patterns $2 00 Trousers Forced Sale Price.. 81. OO 13.00 " " " .. 1.50 F3 60 " .. 1.75 $1.00 " " ..2.00 $3 00 " " " ..2.50 tr.00 " u ..3.50 Hat Department. In order to introduce our Ilat Department, which "wo have inaugurated this season, v,o offer the latest,blocks In Derbys and Fedoras, in nil desirable shadeH, at $1.25, 31.00, $1.75, and S2. Samo qualities sold elsewhere for double tho above prices. TILL 9 P. M. Every one's Attention Is attracted by clean, artistically arranged printing. That's tho kind we da "Work done quickly and correctly. McGILL & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 E Street 'Phone, 1532. P ILLSBDRY'S BES T Is Than an Better other. "The universal verdict." Absolutely no better flour made. Pillsbury's Best isthe Best Guess the btanding of tho League club on a Times Baseball coupon. II Attorney lliomas Expresses Opinion-of A Nuisance. B. & 0. R. R. GRADE CROSSING Authority for Temporary Garbnjro Contract Conferred l)y Appropria tion Hill CoimnlKsloiierV Views. Bids for General Supplies Status of Temporary Firemen Orders. Mr. S. T. Thomas , attorney for the Dis trict, yesterday placed in the hands of the UnltedStntesDistrlctAttorneytbecoraplaiut made by the Northeast Citizens' Associa tion against the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company concerning the condition of many of its grade crossings, "with the opinion that if tho charges can be proved the rail road company Is guilty of maintaining such a nuisance as constitutes a very high grade of misdemeanor under the common law. The pape rdrawu up by the asboclatlou and placed before tho Commissioners tvos re ferred by them to Mr. Thomas, and later the officers of the association -were asked to call and 6ue tlie nttorncy. A conference was held between him and Frosideut Tucker and Mr. J. "V. Frlz zell, .representing the citizens, on "Wednes day, and Mr. Thomas followed It up yes terday with the suggestion noted. Tho attention of the District Commis sioners was called yesterday arternoon to the atleged protest of prospective bidders against the proposed temporary coutract with Mr. "Warfield for the collection and disposal of garbage. After hearing the objections that have been made, the Commissioners said: SOUItCE OF AUTHORITY. "The appropriation act, which proides br tho increase of the service, confers upon the board the authority to make a tem porary contract, and it has been ordered? It also provides for the annulling of the present contract, ahd that has been accom plished by agreement upon terms mutually acceptable. It might have been very dif ferent. "The period of four months will give prospective bidders ample time to make their preparations, select a site for the proposed reduction works, and in the end the arrangement will prove to be advan tageous to the District. "There is no doubt of the authority given to the Commissioners, and at tho close of tho temporary contract, which also closes the dally service for the present year, the new contract for the remainder of tho live years will be ready. "Bids will be advertised for in due time." Sealed bids were opened yesterday at the District building for furnishing the Dis trict with general supplies for the ensuing year, the proposals being classified under twenty different headings, as follows: Class 1, stationery; class 2, blank rorms and printing; class 3, school books; class 4, furniture; class 5, hardware; class 0, tinware; class 7, plumbers' materials; class 8, groceries; class 9, boots and shoes; class 10, drugs; class 11, glass, paints and varnish; class 12, lumber; class 13, fresh meats and corned beef; class 14, mis cellaneous castings; class 15, fuel; class 1G, dry goods; class 17, ice; class 18, telegraph and telephone supplies; class 19, saddlery; and class 20, forage. Proposals were received from about seventy-five bidders. MRS . SULLIVAN'S PENSION. Attorney Thomas settled an important point yesterday by rendering an opinion VJiat a probationary private in the fire de partment has the same rights and privileges touching the relief fund as the man on the permanent rolls. Mrs. Annie Xi. Sullivan, widow of Thomas F. Sullivan, applied for a penMou whlchJj she claimed was due her on account of her husband's connection with the fire force at the date of his death. It has been heretofore held that a probationary prnate was not on equal footing cith the regulars, and Mrs. Sulli van's pension was denied. Mr. Thomas says- "There appears to be nothing in cither the acts of the corpor ation of "Washington or tho Legislative Assembly or of Congress providing for a probationary term of service in the fire de partment, but I undereatnd it has been the practice for several years to receive candidates on probation. ""Whltat In practice this may be a very good rule, and result in getting tlie best men, still there is no distinction in the statute in regard to pensions between a fireman appointed temporarily aud one appointed permanently. HIS OPINION CLEAR. "I am clearly of the opinion that Mrs. Sullivan and her children are benerieiarles of the firemen's relief fund, aud I so ad vise." Under this ruling application will doubt less be renewed for pensions that may have been heretofore rejected for the same reason that governed in Mrs. Sullivan's case. Orders were issued yesterday as follows: That Jefferson place be closed to ve hicles pending construction of sewer. That cement sidewalk be laid in front of No. 1342 Vermont avenue; also on cast side of First street northwest, between V street and Soldiers' Home; under per mit system. That sidewalk on north side of M street, between First and Second streets, be re paired. That an allotment be made of $1,000 from appropriation for assessment and permit workto be expendedin thecounty. That compensation of Andrew J. Johnson, assistant foreman in pump division, be increased from ?2.60 to $3 per day. Thomas Somcrvilie, ar., obtained a per mit yesterday for enlarging a storage house at Terra Co.tta, to cost S5,UU0. Real Estato Transfers. Deeds of real estate were filed yester day for record as lollows: M Ashford and A. B. Browne, trustees, to William H. Davis, lot 49, Gibbs' sub square 777, $3,375. L. Blodgett to A. A. and S. W. Dutton, squares 519, 417, and 33G, ton. squares 395 and 508, and half Stoti, squares 395 and 508, and half square 416, $295,141. C. "V. Edwards to J. M. Thompson, lots 44 and 45, Ornie sub square 35a, $iu. Mary js. jtucn t E. D. Fnrnham, lot 22, Jay sub square 800, subject to $1,500 trust, $10. A. Gray and wife to Samuel Artz, lot 121, "Warner's sub square 2711, $10. D. B. Gottwals to A. Santorelli, lot 17G, "Weber sub square" &G0, subject to $1,800 trust, $3,250. John A. Hcenan and Charles R. Morgan, trustees, to John W. Chappell, part of Friendship, $450. E. R. Jackson and C. J. "Weedon to J. A. Cloro, lot 25, Douglass, $200. J. A. Jenkins to Christina C. Muhlhofer, lots 24 and 25. Hill's sub square 897, $10. William P. Kellogg aud wife to JohirD. Parker, hair interest m lots 11 to 15, half lot 1G, lots 34 to 43, and part lot 33, Kellogg sub square 830. $10. G.A.Laneto Louis Krause, part lot 16, square 86, $315. C. W. Okey and wife to T. McCornuck, sub lot G2, square 870, quit claim, $50. J. D. Parker and wire to William P. Kellogg, half interest in half lot 16. lots 17 to 32, part lot 33, Kellogg .sub' square 830. $10. Mary C. Simpson and husband to Margaret H. Blackman, interest in lot 81, Threlkcld's add., Georgetown, $1. George TniPSdell and wife to Mildred H. Parkor, square 14, F-cklugton, $10. H. G. Underwood and wife to E. G. Jeffereys", lot 8, block 25, Columbia Heights. $10. C. C. Muhlhorer and husband to Thomas N. Young, lots 24aud 2ft,HiU'ssub square 897, subiectto trust, $10. John Sheiman. trustee, to H. G. Underwood, lot 8, block 25, Columbia Heights. $1. $1.25. Baltimore and Tteturn $1.25. viaVoiinsylvanliiltallrond. For the accommodation of thosVattend-fng- the Southern Baptist convention, the Pennsylvania Railroad will sell excursion tickets to Baltimore, Md., May 10 to 14 inclusive, good only on date of6ale , at 1.25 for the rou nd trip. Let us lcnoAv what yon think: of the Pennant Bace on a Times Baseball coupon. Mr. Tnarjmrt Disputes the C. and O. Canal Company's Claim. Assistant District Attorney Taggart concluded his argument against the claims of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, and or Mr. II. H. Dodge to riparian rights along thoFotomac front a little afternoon yesterday. He was followed by Mr. John K. Cowun, of Baltimore, who spoke for the trustees of the bonU holders of the canal. Mr. Taggart said whilo Maryland and Yirglniamigbthavegivcnthecaualcompany a title in fee to its right of way Congress had never done so. If, however, such a title were admitted, under possible cir cumstances, still the grant to the caual company bad been accompauied with conditions. The company wns to do certain things In return for the privileges gained and these things, if attempted, were never fully performed and the grant Is therefore invalid. Ab Mr. Dodge claims under the company, said Mr. Taggart, of course his claims fell with theirs. Further than this tho original plan of the city, as he had shown in presenting the case against the KIdweTl claimants, made pro vision for a street between the canal and the bank of the river. The company hud ample notice of this and must have built with the fact before them. The city had a right at any time, therefore, to reclaim the land and lay out the streetbetw'een thecanal and the river. Of course this shut out any riparian rights. Mr. Cowan devoted bis time, yesterday afternoon to showing the weakness or tho Kidwcll claim as -against tho riparian rlghtB of the canal company. Social Ep-worthlans. The Washington District Ep worth League will give a unique sociable to-night at Hainline'-M. E. Church, corner Ninth and P streets northwest, at 8 o'clock. This Ib the first uistrict affair of this kind, and tho object is for the members of the various chapteis to become better acquainted. At the regular mass meetings the delegations sit together aud but little opportunity is afforded for the leaguers to know each other. To-night, aside from enjoying a bright lit tle programme and refreshments, plenty of time will be devoted to social intercourse. Mrs. J. Rofford Mickle, tho District fourth vice president, and her able corps of assist ants, the chapter fourth vice presidents, de serve great credit for the way the meeting has been planned. Colored "Workman Drowned. Thomas Lewis, a colored workman at Smith's quarries on the rivor front, about 8 o'clock yesterday morning fell from a coalscow into theriver.noar the quarry, and was drowned. Several wormken rushed to Lewis rescuo, but he had gone under the surface, never to reappear alive. The police patrol boat Joe Blackburn at 3 o'clock fouud the body 100 yards from the place of accident. Lewis lived in Hall's Hill, "Va. Iteiluced it r ....- oouu.t-rn Itnilivny. The Southern Railway announces a rate of oiu! fare for the round trip to delegates and visitors to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, which meets at Dal las, Texas, May 17th to 26th. Tickets on sate May 13th,il4th and 15th, good to return until Jane 3d. Reduced rate r " '" o? :",.- ., xr.,. ,"' xtui , e"V"V,Tr...ln mem. Ol umieii uuuicueruiu veitriuno uv. Houston, Texas, May 20th to 21th, valid for return fifteen days from date of sale. For further information call on or write L. S. BROWN. General Agent Passengor Department, Washington, D. C. aCG, 27-m3,4,10l 1 Only eleven dnyri remain in which to iret a "Ttine"!" altt book with a monthly subscription. Hetter miu xTlbu now. is what most people look for. Tho I.ATVS SETTEES that wo are selltnjr for $1.50 each will contribute very largely to the demand for comfortduring; the "warm season." "We also show a bin variety of LAWN and 3?OKCIl CDTAIltS (Iteed Bottom) at$1.00and$1.50euch. Private btorage rooms for rent. Parties leavlns the city for the summer will do well to consult us. Gor. 7th and D Sts. N. W, h Mistakes Cost money any money to throw away. You cannot make a mistake In your tailor if you go to Bradstreet. Your Interest will be studied your figure fitted, and the price willsurpriseyou. No "cheap" tailoring can't make a suit forS5 don't make 'em that way. 'Bradstreet Tailor. 408 Twelfth Street N. W. Opp. "The Raleigh." THE HUNDREDS of distinguished citi zens, Conjrressnien.laTVYera, doctors, clergy men and laymen cured ot rupture by Dr. Parker, -without operations or pain, has convluced the reading and thinking public that rupturos are as curable as any other common complaint. There are no failures or experiments in Dr. Parker's system of cure. No cure, no pay. VARICOCELE is the great destroyer of all that makes life desirable to man. It renders happy niarnaKC impossible. It makes weak, reeble. limp, shamblimr shad ows of men. If you have Varicocele or are surfcrinsr from nervous debility, mental depression, losses, blood poison, of recent orlone standing:, Dr. Parker can restore you andniakeyou firm, erect, strong audmanly, as you should be. Consultations free,, pri vate and confidential, from 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.: Sundays, 10 to 2 o'clock. DR. PARKER, 608 12th St. N, W, niy2,4,5,7 I i t( K iH I a HIP! L3 p M. JL M. ; J fort in I JL1IC -' i KANN, SONS & CO., 8fh and Market Space. Should be reminded that now, just now, Is a good time to make achangefrom Winter to Summer Under wear. We can supply your wants better and at less price than anywhere in the city. Such prices as we quote for Friday and day are worthy of man's attention: MEN'S Outing Shirts, neat patterns, stripes and chseks Satur every 25c MEN'S Unlaundered White Shirts, r-en-forced back and front, Now York Mills Muslin, hand-worked button-holes MEN'S 35c Custom-made Porfoct-fltting Per- A Qn calo Shirts, open hack and front, T"52L MEN'S Summer Sus ponders, elastic cord 1Q ends, gilt bucklos IOL MEN'S 9 Woven Chovlot Outing Shirts, pearl Duttona extension collar band, QQ- all sizes. MEN'S Light-weight Underwear. Ualbrig gan and Llcht-bluo Mixed bbirta rtQ and Drawers to match Ov?C MEN'S Balbriggan Underwear, regular mado cuffs, shirts and drawers Q C to match ZOO MEN'S Blonchcd Jean "Drawers, well made, QCr. all aizos.. iOU MEN'S Extra Quality Imported Madras Outing Shirts, made In the best OA manner VJtU MEN'S ULicht-weicht White Merino Under- wear, shirts silk-trimmed and wear, shirts $1 pearl buttons, 3 pieces for. 8th and Market Space. Items from our Men's Furnishing Dept S 'Ow On salo every business day the best neatest most serviceable of Uce coat over produced S olid woven goods In checks and stripes, dftly "5c each. MEN'S PANTS.good quality neat patterns S1.48 Men's Pants, Strictly All Wool SI. 98 Men's Suits, Strictly All Wool (see Sovonth st. window exhibit) $6.75 Equally good bargains everywhere In this popular clothing mart. I Garner & Co., t y Men's Clothiers and Furnishers, f N. E. COR. 7TH AND H STS. N. 7. f ?- &- - C U 4 M fl V ! M only S5.75 ton. Pure and clean. OnrtmUlVm Aimiun B. SSIITII, mam GOAL Phono 10T7. office. Mass. ave. and F st. no., ana win ana a. sts. nw. zw Kr W'v ii7- m MEN s. , SOHS & CO "CREDIT IS OUR CREED," && rrw IV 'VU? It will come your Eft'-?':' a employ the proper agency to help you. Buy what you need to maKe tne nome luxurious FURNITURE CARPETS MATTINGS DRAPERIES BABY CARRIAGES REFRIGERATORS, etc. upon our Eq u itable Credit System .&: that only asks, for weekly or monthly payments of whatever size you can find it entirely con venient to make. We don't levy any accommodation tax, nor ask for an' guarantee beyond your personal promise. HOUSE & HBRRMHNN, 917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street. 636 Mass, Avenue. (Xf,..I '.'.;!, IW GET VOUR J i Get your Spring Suit! IPs time you had it, and when you can get one to measure for there's no excus ing your not hav ing one. If you want to pay more, you can. We have them up to rtwrkc ZcH$t 615 and 617 Penn. Ave. It Is Time To talk about new Spring and Sum mer Clothing. We've just re ceived an of Trouser ings which we propose to let go for $5 would be cheap at $8. Pants, $3, $3.50, $4, $8, $6. Suits, $15, $18, $18, $20, At the Up-to-the-Times Store. GUARANTEE TAILORING CO., 411 7th N. W. R. W. Grandfleld, Manager. f)otel Page, SVASHTNGTO", D. a (Formerly "Welcker's) Fifteenth street, above Kew York Avenus, American and European Plan. THEODORE L. PAGE. ALSO, SEKATE CAFE AXD PAGE'S CAFE. fel9.tf SOLID COMFORT TOR TIIE SICK OR WELL. MARK'S ADJUSTABLE FOLDING CHAIR. Call and sec it or send tor Catalogue. W. L. PFE1FFER. 417 Eleventh St. . TV. I Between Pennsylvania Avo. and E St.) m5-7t way easily enough if you km VZ 14 J7 U 1 A. I I UffiffljJ Iff $ Y iH MM i. m Wc arc not v holly mistaken the czcelloat character of the gcoJs wc carry and tni very rnoJcst prices wc name for them axs n STANDING REBUKE to those dealers the make and quality of vh03Q goods nra nfcrlor and prices extravaganr. Fur thermore it sbonld be borne In mind that onr immens: stock of Fine fieady-to-wear Clothing Is ENTIRELY NEW. THE FIRE which occurred in our store a short tlm back made it necessary to set rid of all the goods then on our hands which vtm did hence is Hew. Stylish and desirable Stylish and desirable MEN'S SWUNG OVERCOATS, strictly all0 QQ '6Th'ersaY& rf.Sol'Ho.' MEN'S SUITS OP CLOTHES-strlct- T Q O "7 17 all wool EO.O 1 Otbors at $4, $3, $8. S750. 88, $a75, 19.10, til $li50, 513. BOYS' SUITS Coat. Vest and LongrtJ O HD Pants. Sizes l'.J to 18 vpO-UJJ Others at $3.5o, H.75, $3, $5.50, S3. BOYS' SHORT PANTS SUITS-SIzes Q-7 4tol5 OC Othora at $1, fl.25, S1.S0, $2, S2L50, 9J, i3 50. MEN'S PANTALOONS-strictlralKT 1 Crt OthersLK,"i!V.wr$LTK"si!8fi.50. 33, 33.50 The above figures arc mate but rcprc sent values which will astonish the oldest inhabitant. Victor L Auler's TEN PER CENT. CLOTHING HOUSE. 027-920 Seventh st nw . corner Massa chusetts ave STRICTLY ONE PRICE. ODen evpnmcs until 7. Saturdaysuntllll. tzrOFFICE COATS On sale Monday.AVednes. day and Friday mornings from 7 until 10 o'clock only PRICE, 23 CENTS ELECTRICITY. Do you know of a more perfect light, or a surer, safer power? Soon youll be planning for summer com fort Let tho first thing you do he to discard, the gas for Incandescent or arc light?, and put in an electric fan. "We furnish the electricity. U. S. Electric Lighting Co., 213 14TH ST X W. 'PHONE 77 DYETN'G The WASHLXGTO:? STEAM CLEAKLSG AND DYEING WORKS, 603 Eleventh St N W. and 609 Est' TT baits scoured and pressed, $1. Altering and repairing a specialry CARL JAEGER. O-; ko arlUIAL HI) HUt IU dUILDLRS and Plasterers. Spruce Lath, No. -1 qnaliry, dollTer ed.city limits $4 peril SprncaLath, "o.l quality, deliver ed Mount Pleasant and tWh ity. Ii65 peril Spruce Lath, No. 1 quality, deHver ed, Eukington, Trinidad. ...?i5 peril Sprnce Lath. No. 1 quality, deliver ed. Brooitfand. Langdon. Avalon Height", Wesley Heights, Tea nallytown.. $i75 peril Sprnce Lath; 'No. 1 quality, deliver ed, Chevy Chase $180 per it North Carolina dry Yellow Pine Lath, 50c peril less than Sprnce These North Carolina Lath are better, go further on trail, and mako better work than No. 2 W P. Lath advertised at $2. 50 peril. THOS. W. SMITH, LrilBER DEALER, COR. FIRST AND INDIANA AVENXE. -55:;: t Gas Stove f 4 4 4 4 Think of gcod covered Gas Stovo Rubber Tubing casting but 8c foot! You'll be morn-surprised at the Gas Stove prices: 40a for a goolly size -stove one dollar for a bettor one that sells for SI EO elsewhere Asbigagas range as you -would want is here a big line of them. Gas Appliance Exchange. 1-3-28 New York Ave. 4aoiiarioraDenoroneina. aeua for Si EO elsewhere As Dig a gas A A nr.r'o na vrt,T trmtti? vnnt lj hfm W a big line of them. A PABST BREWING CO.'S Milwaukee Beer IS THE BEST MADE. EPECLMXY GOOD FOR FAMILY CS3. WASHINGTON BRANCH, t 503-705 North Capitol Street. 'PHONE, -7i aull-ly ? -4 O As butterlne Is to fresh coun try butter 30 Is the manufac tured product to pure.wholesome Ice. Wo sell KENNEBEC iCE frozen by nature and our white -wagons never disappoint. Great Falls Ice Co., f I 921 Penn. Ato. Theme 372. Laundry Established July, 1879 A new thing, practical, and at the satpe tints costs nothing. Is -worth trying, is it not W have It, -viz.: Soft, pliable, ANi'I-SWEAK BUT TONHOLES on all collars. Tolman Steam Laundry, 491 to 100 CSt.N. W. NO FEE UNTIL, CURED. dr: czarra, 31 B St. X. E., Washington. D. C Treats all chronic, nervous ant Wud lls eases, alcoholism and opium habit SPE CIALTY Kidncv and Blidder Trouble. Piles. Fistula. Stricture. &c PRIYATH Diseases positively and permanently cured. Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free. Office hours. 9 to 12 a, m : 3 to 8 p m. HYGIENIC -HEALTHFUL. THE HARDEST TUB BEST. MADE OF PURE SPRING WATER, Telephone !L OQcoltlFsc.B.-v , 1 nasMIur Ma UiiuUs kUr Telenhomu To t&a etrnoii ifciseiu an is tbs tj. All the aJfaa- UM ot tla tnrajt nMv. est tits aaaafaac. PAJINTtO. D. N. WALF0RD, 477 Fa. Ayc fe!e- Everything VDEAFNE 12 isnsB