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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1S95. DHDSDAL DISEASES. gS'gj'WsWtreisaa mlly'r'R affisR61 THE WASHESTGTOTST W s mmm l?'sa gsqks F and Eleventh su Storago Warehouses 2id St noar 1L Mattings irATTmas .. , -" - and MATTINGS, uPSvY no enu to mc MS-irJL. vnripfv nnfl af nnf - rvf - spason U .- a . . , , prices is 1 11 e in d u c e ill e n t ia ba were niakmsr . - T . "t-at-" 11 o V. IN t w sorts coming in every dajT to replace tlie outgoing. Prices to interest 3'ou. Ifundrodsof yards of WHITE CHINA MATTING, xogularly T 0 22itc yard, or I U 1,000 yards 1'nucy Plaid Mnt tiug, regularly 15c yard, this Q week. 3 b SS0 yards Fancy Plaid Mat-1 Or., ting, regularly 20c this weofc.... Li Hundreds of yards of Extra Fine (Jiiality Fancy Jointlesa MattlMe, regularly 80c yard, tbiB "T jn 3.899 yards Best Quality Japa nese Iu&ertod and Cotton Warp Inlaid Matting.rogularlySOe and QCn oOc credo, tills Kcot OOu When a reputable jeweler guarantees his Silverware to be 925-1000 fine jou are safe in buying it. But beware of the fraud of Silver too heavily alloyed. It's common. C.n. DAVISON, JeToler, liosrst-x.w. We want 3-011 to know the wonderfully cooling influence of our Anti-Swear Button holes. The7 start the day right for you. TOLMAX STEAM LAUNDRT, 6 th and C etreeta Berkeley Pure Rye is my own guaranteed brand. It's the best and purest I know of. JAMES THARP, Importor Wines and Liquors, 832 r street northwest. There's nothing too large nothing too small for us to print We print perfectly, too. McCILL & WALLACE, Printers, HOT Street K. W. 'Phone. 1532. SVjSi g Redman's. It's Simply 1 DeliciousI S Our Elgin Cream- ery Butter at 22c. It's s packed in cool 5 x 10 lb. jars, which are tasteless and much better than wood. Here's how we sell flour National Priao....S4.S0per bbL National Pride. ...SI 25 WL IIIHstwry's Ue6t...S4.75per bbL Plltebury's Be$ . .-. fcl 85 X but Mail, or 'Phone 192. Finite and Vegetables. H. T. REDMAN & CO, 944- La. Avenue. Shakespeare Revised To Date. u 0. o c L," "Uow is the discontent that sum mer brings made glorious case" by wearing oao of those S12 SEEGE f LTJITc a special specialty "wo take pride in selling. The above (mis)- j quotation is hard on the Sard of I Avon but it phrases the truth. Col- j or ganuino unusually oxccllentj quality Serge and "a custom fit." j insaattsfiea people get their money! back. i D n 0 D D !3 O GOOD TiSTR irancis. 7 APPAREL, D 625 P2i AY8 1 cofi Successor. ANAC0STIA SEWS. The funeral of Mr. Tetcr G. Guigon, wh" flted Sunday morning, agod eixty eight years, took place yesterday afternoon from tlMJ residence of his son-iu-latv, Mr. J. W. Hartley, on Spring street. The de ceased was for forty years a resident of Anaco&ia and his funeral was one of the larjieBt wr eeen in the town. The services -were uwder tlM? direction of Metropolis Lodge of Marions, Harmony Lodge of Odd Follows and the Societe Italiano; the pallbearers "were also selected from those organizations. Ite.- "V. G. Davenport olfiriated and the intennent was in Con gressional ccmeterj". Mr. Guigon was for twenty-three years caterer at the Arlington and a beautiful wreath from Mr. T. E. K'essle and a larpje floral cross from Mr. K B. Bennett wercamongtlieraanytributca Sergeant Anderson is making Etrenous efforts to break up the running at large of liowes, cows, and other animals, and yesterday Officer Allen notified persons living in tlie vjemity of Congress Heights to pat up their horses which have been grazing on the Uandall properly. Two lawn socials were In progress In AnaoostUt last night. One was under the uuspices of the Junior Epworth Leajrue of tlie Meiuodtet Church, and was "held al tne home of George King on Washington Btreet. the oMier was for the benefit of Garden Memorial Church, and was held at the home or Mrs. E. V. Dodge at St. Elizabeth. Heights. V rj G " ft- f v I 4 tCftiiii! MAit Vlfci8 Board of Equalization Sitting to - Adjust -Assessments. G0N0EMS NEW BUILDINGS UoarliiKS Will Ceaso July 15 Hetor- - atlun .Mudo of tlio Com pollution Cliiuso .iujContrnct.s Section T"oiir of Street Extension Finn Jluildliijr Regulations to Ho Amended. The board of equalization of assessments has been organized and is now prepared to hear complaints from property holders concerning any inequalities In the recent additions to the taxable values of tlie Dlstricr. These additions consist of new buildings and enlargements of buildings recently constructed, from which tax has not here tofore been collected. There are other items to be considered also, as or build ings removed, of which there is no record made ip tlie assessment list, and upon which trtx 'musrbe paid unless the books are corrected. The importance of filing requests for corrections is apparent when it 13 re membered that no alterations can be made after the tliirdilonday in July. Taxpayers are- reminded that no as sessments are under consideration except ing as to the recently added list of im provements. There was an important order passed by the Board of Commissioners yesterday, which will commend itself to laborers and sub-contractors. The order is to the effect that hereafter the general stipulations of and .proposals for material and labor shall contain a clause requiring contract ors to punctually pay the workmen who shall be employed upon them in cash cur rent, and not in what i3 denominated store -pay or orders. - Also, that contractors shall from tirno to time, and as often as required by the Commissioners, furnish satisfactory evi dence that all persons who have done work or furnished materials havo been paid as herein required. PAY "WILL BE DEDUCTED. Should such evidence be not furnished such sum or sums as may be necessary for such payment may, in the discretion of the Commissioners, be retained until such claims shall be fully satisfied. Tho order amounts to a restoration of a rule tome time Fiuee abandoned, but which has been revived with amendments at tho urgent request of purties interested. Section -1 of street extension plans is now under consideration. It is a contin uation of tho original idea, and will m cludo a grand boulevard 120 feet in width and ten nnles in length. In the fourth section the boulevard will extend tromPort Mahon to Fort Giobel. All of tho old "Washington de fenses will -bo utilized as reservations, and beautified accordingly. There are about one dozen points in tho section where earthworks were thrown up during the civil war, and these will bo specially marked, as noted. The engineer commissioner is devoting a great deal of attention to this feature of tho section, and that which pertains to tho boulevard, with a view to mak ing It a perfect system. Applications havo been filed for sub divisions In tho territory, and a good deal of time is being devoted to the location of the streets and other thor oughfares in order that these sub-divisions may bo properly made. The Commissioners arc considering an amendment to the building regulations, which will properly define the difference between a show window and a bay window. Under the present law a bay window is permitted to project one foot farther than a show window beyond the building line, and there are those who make application for construction of a bay window, with the view of using it for the other purpose. It is to obviato any difficulty in this matter that the amendment is proposed. Record of deaths reported to the Health Officer for the twenty-four hours, ending at 1 o'clock p. ru yesterday : Vhitc Francis A. "V. Lowery, aged seventy-two years; John B Lockhart, aged seventy-one;MaryE.Shepherd,agedeeventy; John Fox. aged sixty-seven; John P. Bar rett, aged sixty-five; Margaret A. Riddle, aged fifty-six; unknown, aged forty-five; "William R. Crampsey, aged thirty-eight; William II Croraeliue, aged thirty-six; Charles Cunningham, aged thirty-four; "Wal ter A "Wells, aged three; "Wade H. Williams, aged one and one-half; Marwood S. Tuerk, aged one and one-half; Milton E. DeAtley, aged eight months; Edith Smith, aged six month; Elizabeth Hamilton, aged four months; Edward Ray, infant; Effie M. Titcott, infant Colored Jane Hazzard, aged seventy years; Lizzie Lee. aged sixty-five; Eliza- lK?th Mahoney, aged sixty; John Lee. aged twenty; Fred Ilcuson, aged one; John J Ellis, aged eight months; Mary "Williams, aged two months; Esther L. Green, aged two months. Orders were issued yesterday as fol lows Tho compensation of the employees in the Surveyor's Office, is fixed as fol lows for the fiscal year Henry "W. Brewer, trausitman, $4.00 per day; Charles P. Calvert,. computer and draftsman, $3.00 per day; Richard J. Saffell, chainnian, $1.50 per day; Thomas McFadden, chain man, $1.50 por day; Mark Hale, chain man, S1.C0 per day; Robert B. Goodfellow, chamniau, $1.50 per day; Dennis Pal mer, chamman, $1.00 per day. That a cement walk bo laid in front of 1115 G btreet northwest under the provisions of the permit system. That catch-basins be constructed as fol lows. At southwest corner of Sheridan and Seventh streets; at southwest cor ner of "Whitney and Seventh streets. That an allotment of $G00, for use in current quarter of the fiscal year, charge able lo appropriation for main interccpt iiiR swcr, hereby approved. Building permits issued yesterday: H. A. "Willard, three dwellings, Nos. 180G to 1810 Ninth street northwest, $15,000; II. A StreitberRer, store building, No. 1007 E street' northwest, $5,500; George "W. Pinckney, frame building, Hampton road, near Garfield, $400. It was ordered yesterday that Private Solomon Rally, of the fire department, be promoted, to take effect July 1, 1895, subject to twelve months' probation. The Commissioners yesterday exempted letter collectors from tho penalties im posed upon bicyclers for failure to carry a light after dark. President Baker was yesterday advised that unless he phall cause the abandoned tracts of the Columbia Railway on Fif teenth Ptreet northeast to be removed and the street restored to its proper condition within forty-eight hours the work will be done by the Districts at the company's expense. Rol)ert Garrison Jias been appointed a private in the fire department, subject to a probation of twelve mouths. Sergt. Byrnes was yesterday designated for duty at the "White House, vice Cross, promoted. Only Elclit Hours From YVnsliinffton. A cool summer resort and perfect sani tarium, 2.G00 feet above sea-level. The hotels, cottages, bathhouses, casino, etc., form the most complete establishment in America. Vostibuled trains, leave Wash ington via Chesaieake and lOhio Railway 2:25 p. m. and 11.10 p. m. daily. Special Hot Springs Sleeper on night train week days. Apply C. and O. olrices, C13 and 1421 Pennsylvania avenue. Beecham's pills for consti pation 10$ and 25. Get the book at your druggist's and go by- it. Asnoil tales core th&a 6.CCO.CC0 boici. They Baffle Ordinary Physicians, Mr. H. C. Lamkln, of 014 M street south east, had a very unusual form of paralysis, known as monoplegia. He wastieated by many surgeons, andhad auoutfdccided tliaC uemustbeacrippleforlife.wheiiheconsulted Dr. "Walker. He was cured. All those rare forms of disease are cur able as well as those more ordinary dis orders of a chronic nature, but which by many are considered Incurable. Old-line doctors insist on calling rare and unuMiar diseases by old-fahhioned names. Thou sand have" given up in despair after trying" many physicians and concluded their dis ease was incurable. They have not received the right treatment. They have been treated by those who did not thoroughly understand the case. Those chronic and special diseases are positively curable when the proper remedial agents are used. Dr. Walker cures. . He is constantly receiving flattering tes timonials from grateful patients lie has cured, and dozens of them can be seen at his office by any one who desires to Investigate. Dr. Walker may be consulted free of charge, either personally or by letter. His well-known sanitarium is at. 1 4 11 Penn sylvania avenue, adjoining Willard'a Ho tel. Office hours, 10 a. nr. to 5 p. m.; Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to 8; Sunday, 10 to 12. Charges for treatment very low. All interviews and correspondence sa credly confidential. No cases made public without consent of patients. MERCHANTS MADE TO MOVE Judge Kimball Decides Against the Louisiana and Ohio Avenue Men. John C. IhoI tlio Vicarious Saerlflco For All tho Others, and Ills TVMll Bo tho Test Cusd.. In compliance with the order of Judge Miller last week in the oases relating to the occupancy of public Epaco Assistant Dis trict Attorney Pugh had over eighty in inrormations against Louisiana avenue and Ohio aveuue merchants in police court yesterday. The first case brought up was thatagainst John C. Isel. Attorney II. F. Woodward appeared as counsel aud told tlie court he meant to use tlie case as a test case. He therefore pleaded not guilty to the charge andl'olicemanBreen took the stand totestily how Isel's meat stand obstructed the Lonisiana avenue sidiwalk. "The stand," h'e said, "is fourteeu feet out from the building line." "From tho line of the old building used as an cnibalmlug establishment during the war?" aBked his honor. "No, the new building, an annex to tlie old, which stands out not quito so fa"r," the officer anawered. Tho defense theo argued that they had procured a permit to place poles and awning on the sidewalk. "Show your permit," said Prosecutor Pugh. Tho peimlt, however, was not forth coming and tho defense then questioned the authority of the municipal body of this city to enforce their own laws in reference to the public thoroughfares. The Secretary of tlie Interior got the power to control the streets by an act of Congress passed in the fifties," declared Mr. Woodward. "If the Secretary has such authority con ferred on him by Congress," responded Judge Kimball, "why has uot the District a higher and broader right wheu directly bidden by Congress to enforce all laws and regulations on the highways of Washlug tion? The upper courts have so decided long ago and 1 abide by their decisions " The court said he had heard enough for a conviction and on a motion by Mr Wood ward suspended sentence until to-day. when Mr. Isel will be given a term in the workhouse. "Then the test will come," said tho at torney for the defense. "We will sue out a writ of habeas corpus and the case will have to go to a higher court for final action. "In the other cases," added Mr. Wood ward, "we are moving off the public tpaee as fast as we can possibly can, and I will ask for a continuance." "If that is so," almost shouted tlie joy ous Mr. Pugh, "I am willing to continue tlie cases until to-morrow, provided, how ever, that the sidewalks aro cleared " The defendants promised to comply with that condtiion and the cases went over. Burial of W. II. Croinelino. The funeral services of Mr. W. H. Crometine were held fromhislatc residence, No. 700 Seventh street southeast, yester day morning at 930 o'clock. Rev. Father Sullivan, of St. Peter's Church, officiating. Afterthe services theremainswereremoved to Congressional cemetery for interment. During the burial services appropriate selections were- rendered by the Apollo Quartette. The pallbearers were Messrs. H. L. Fitzhugh, Paul T. Bo wen, J. A. Chamberlain, Carl Boud, David Fegan and C. II. Murray. Tho deceased leaves a widow, a child and three brothers, R. F., Johti F. aud Paul F. Cromellnc. Mertz Makes Medicine. "Fola" The something new we told you to expect has come. It's something altogether new, and we are, of course, very proud of it. We have arranged three . cabinets with fifteen hundred glasses convenient to our soda fountain. Hereafter every glass of surpassing soda will be served in a dry, clean, pol ished glass, instead of the riused-out wet glass that has prevailed too long every where. For every reason we think our plan will be a won derful success. By the way, como In to-day and try GHfGEUINE, a now thing in summer iced drinks. It will bo serted as wo havo described. Modem Pharmacy, llth and F Sts. N. W. It's For Business Reasons, not philanthropic that we're selling our stock at 333 per cent discount. We're re building and if we don't sell this stock before the workmen reach our first floor we risk its being soiled and a conse quent loss of a great part of its value. It's a sweeping reduction we've made any Man's Boy's or Child's Suit or Pajfcbf Pants in the house at two-thirds of v at it's marked one that should kee$ us crowded from morning -'till night. Nothing's reserved out of the entire stock excepting the "extreme hqat'1'1 weights such as Unlined Serges Alpacas, etc. Consider who is mak ing this offer then ask yourself can ydirSffdrd to sta3'" away. Men's Suits. S5.00 for all that wore S7.&0 S6.G7 for .ill that u'oro $10.50 Saoo for all that woro 312.00 S9.00 for all that woro Sl'1.50 $10.00 for all that woroS15:03 S13.S5 for all that wore Saj.OO Men's $1.33 for nil $00 for all 42.07 for all i.'J..1j for all $1.00 for all Jj.00 for all No Branch Store in this City, Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W. csggggpsgggsagBSSgBgs VERDICT EXPECTED TO-DAY Safe Burglars' Trial Is Rapidly Drawius to a Close, It Looks us If Auffort Will Ho Ac quitted Arguments of Counsel on IJotb Sides. 'Thls buyer of sheep ami seller of chickens, Charli'dAuffort, led this murderer of men, Billy "Williams, to burglary." said ex-Congrcssnian Turner yesterday to the jury in Judge Cole'seourt. "That is TVhac the prosecution asks you to believe," he weui on. "and I don't think you can. I don't see how the Dis trict Attorney himself can believe it. More than that, you are asked to think that thfs hardened criminal, who had bpent eighteen years in prison, for burglary, for assault to kill, for murder, tveut along very reluctantly to do this job; only went as a tort of human life preserver, to see that nobody should be hurt. 'And he, the experienced cracksman, stayed outside in the boat, while tho huckster led the gang p blow open tho safe. But you aro told Billy Williams had reformed. How? VJiy, from being a tiH tapper, thief, and pll-round crook to be a writer of policy its. fie admits, ready to burn a town for.$25 as we prove. in similar manner much of the govern ment testimony in support Of Williams' story was gone over. The argument began early in tho after noon, aud Mr. Turner was speaking at the, close of the day. Mr. Lipscomb will &pcak thib morning and Mr Birney will close for tlie government. A decisiou is os petted beiore niglit, Mr. Birney, in bpening the argument, said lie did not ask the Jury to rely upon the story of "Billy" Williams, except as confirmed by the discoveries made under his direction by the police and further corroborated by the evidence of many otlmra. Mr. Charles BenO,iHm, v-ho follovred Mr. Birney, ridiculed," the evidence offered by the prosecution as almost puerile, and commented upon what he called the ex ceedingly weak evidence produced by the efforts of the detective force. Tlie closing of the evidence yesterday morning was only in support of testimony already offered. Desmond testified that he was in a poker game from lip. in. to 1 a. m. on the night' of the burgary, and Thomas S. Donadson, Harry Candor's bar keeper, te&tified to the same effect. Bradshaw's Riiss. Bradsha-w v.as jealous. There -was no denying it. But -what can you expect or a man -who is very much in love, or at least thinks he is? The mother of Ills charmer approved of him and had promised a iriendly alliance, but the charmer IierseK remained neutral which, you must admit; looked doubtrul for the alliance, and especially for Brad Shav. He -was a -well-meaning, -well-conducted, industrious young man, who by strict at tention to business had become the confi dential clerk of Mr. Joseph W. Lurnhy, -wholesale dealer in tea, coffee, spices, etc., a liberal discount to the trade, etc "But I tell you I don't care for him." Miss Vera White spoke decidedly and looked straight into her mother's eyes. "He's a j'ouiig man of fcuch nice, steady habits," remonstrated the mother. "I know it." "He's very much in earnest," sighed Mrs. White. "So am I," retorted the daughter. "Seems to me it's a thing to be in earnest about. I should say it ought to be." "But, my dear, you let him come here." "It's you who let him." "But you talk with him and go out with him. I "don't think you dislike Mr. Brad shaw." "No. I don't." "You'll throw over a man who'll make you a good husband and take up with soino dashing, showy spendthrift yet." "But, my dearest mother, the spend thrift hasn't even appeared to ask to be taken up. So what's the use of borrowing trouble? I don't want to get married anyway. I should havo to fall in lovo first, you know. And, as I've got all that to go through with, there's plenty of time." "But, you know, dear, since the reduc tion in the rates of interest our income has grown so small that I can scarcely make both ends meet. You- need more than when you wore little and aud I don't know what to do. I fcate to put a mort gage on tho house." "Oh, you mustn't do that! I will get some work to do." It was true there was very little to live upon. Mrs. Wftwhad been a widow for ten years. Yera. was her only child, and at 19 was as unsophisticated in the the ways of the world as many girls at 12. It -was settled she should learn type writing. Arter she ..had mastered it the next thing was to fiud something to do. Here Mr. Bradshajv came to the rescue and got her a placo in.Mx. Burphy's private office. Of course he didn't want them to lose tho home lie 'had "had his eye on it for some time., Ili$ desk was in Mr. Burphy's office, aiil it was an admirable 1 arrangement. "You know," he 'said to the widow, Children's Suits, $1.33 for all that wcro S10B $2.00 for nil Urn!; woro 1.00 S2.C7 for all that woro S4.00 SL.'lj foe all that wero$5.00 S4.00 for all that tto' o ?.00 ?5.00 for all that r.crj J7.30 that were SliOO that were S-'IO.) that woro 00 that wuro S3 00 that wero Sti.0-3 that woro S7.KJ 5ZWz&vgW& "thoy call Mr. Burphy a crank. To be sure, he is an old bachelor and has stuck so closely to business all his life that it has made him a little gruff and iecullar. But if any oue could be with him as I have been and could see the real tenderness un derneath, the good he docslu a quiet way, and the strict, fine integrity of the man, they'd know, as I do, that he's one in ten thousand. Oh, I'll look after Miss Vera; she'll be all right, I asaiire you." So Vera went to work. The next day after she began, she made some rr'atake in a dictation, aud Mr. Burphy spoke hharply to her. The tears rushed to her eyed, but sh& choked them back and bald quietly: "I shall try faithfully to do what you wish. IT 1 make too many mistakes aud don't suit, you have only to beud me away." There was something in the independ ence of the answer that caused him to think twice about her. He studied her furtively and found the 6tudy interesting. She attended strictly to busiuecs, and he av.- that bho was intelligent and reliable. After a time Mr. Bradshaw made an un pleasant discovery, lie believed Miss Vera was in love with her enplo3er. The signs were to him unmistakable. It was here that he became jealous. Besides hK w n leelings in the matter, he felt that he must save a young, innocent girl from wrecking her happiness on a man w.ho, he believed, cared no more for her than the ledger on his desk. So he resolved on a bold step He went to Mr Burphy and told him he had reason to believe little Miss White was in love with him, and for her sake something ought to be done to cure the infatuation. Mr Burphy looked positively stunned, but he agreed to do his best in any plan llr. Bradshaw might suggest. "Suppose you dictate a letter to a young lady, showing your admiration, etc. How would that do?" "Excellent, excellent!" cried Mr. Bur phy. Accordingly, the next day, after Miss White took ber dictations, her employer in a rather embarrassed manner gave her this: "My Dear Miss (you can leave the name blank) Will you ask your mother if I may have the privilege or calling at your home? I am anxiouslv awaiting a reply Faithfully yours, JOSEPH W. BUKPKY." Snniehow there were so many mistakes in the letter she had to make a second draft, and that wily old bachelor actually saw her fingers tremble. "I will address it myself," he said, taking it from her. "Beautiful," chuckled Bradshaw to himself, seeing how finely his plan worked. Tlie next day there wa3 another letter to bo written to the same woman. "I love you," it said. "I want to make you my wife. If you care for me, say that I may come to your homo tomorrow even ing." This time the typewriter made worse mistakes than before, and complained of feeling ill. aud asked to'go home a little before the time. As she arose to put on her wraps, Mr. Burphy sent Bradshaw out of the room for something. "Will you please mail these letters for me?" he said, handing her two. "And and I wish you'd see if I've addres&ed them right." She looked at them, then at him in a dazed way. "Why, tliey'ro addressed to me!" "Yes," said Burphy, shortly. "Number right? Please open them and see, too, if the contents are correct?" "Good heavens! Was it a dismissal?" She opened the envelopes with trembling fingers and a faint heart. "Why, Mr. Burphy," she said, "it's a mis take. Tbe.e are the letters I wmte to that lady." "No mistake at all. Quite correct," re plied that businesslike individual very brusquely. "Will you have the kindness to give mo ray answer?" "You may come to-morrow evening," she said and ran out of the office. "How did it work?" asked Mr. Bradshaw when he came back. "I'm afraid not just as you expected," replied tho proprietor with his back to him. Bradshaw thought so when lie got the wedding cards. ALICE E. IVES. Gallant, Yet Iturte. At 10 a. m. yesterday an extremely well-dressed and pretty young woman was crossing tho City Hall Tark. She was half way across the square when a man garbed like a gentleman stopped her and told her that an enormous "devil's darn ing needle" was on her hack. "If you will stand still a moment I will kill it," ho said. She smiled her thanks. The man pulled off his derby and struck her two sound ing blows with his hat some distance below the waist. Tho young woman stood as if petrified, then she turned and gave her rescuer a glance in which astonish ment, indignation and possibly thanks were strangely mjngled. The man did not notico her. He was inspecting the darning-needle on ithe grouud, and the pretty young woman walked on toward the Brooklyn Bridge, tossing up a mental pennv whether to be angry or not. New York World. Time's Chanjres. "I thought you said about a year ago that you would not ride a bicycle, as youT husband did not like to have you make yourself conspicuous?" "So I did." "Well, why do you ride now?" - "For the same reason. My husband does not like to have me make myself conspic uous." Harper's Bazar. A Constitutional Defect. "What hasbecomeof your club, Harry?" "Oh, it's broken up. We made a role that no boy could be president twice aid after we'd ail been president once wc could n6't go on with it." Harper's Round Table. Pants. To Choose From. Round Cut Sacks. Double Breasted Sacks. Regent Cutaway Frocks. The finest and best assortment of Fine Sammcr Clothing light-weight a a d feather - w 0 i c h t that was ever of fered in any city in this country atauch. a n extraordinary price. Every Slimmer Suit Goes Every is the Price, j 311 Seventh St. n. a. SAMUEL FRIBDLAXDER. eLease and fixtures of Store R. Nathans PRODIGIOUS SELLING! Saturday we had to put on fifty extra clerk3 to accommodate tha im mense crowds that came in answer to oar Itetiring announcement Monday we had to pat on twenty-five more. From tho looks of tha crowds yestsrday we shall soon havo to pat on another twanty-fivs. Never was snch prodigious soiling in "Washington before. Everything in the store is to be dosed out at half price aid less. Oar sole object is to empty the store a3 quickly as possi ble without regard to profit or Ics3. Will bo open to-night until 10 o'clock, and closed all day Fourth of Jul7. C3c Ladles' Leather Belts?. 0C S5c Black Silk 3Iitt3 I 0G 15cSilk Blbboa, 31b. 0C 15c Wide Laces 0C 10c Embroideries QQ SOcCorsots ZOC 25c Children's Dresses j (JC 75s Children's Muslin Drosses. OC Short aud long ZOU 5c Ladies' Colored Bordered I t Handkerchiefs yz Q :5c Hull Caps, nice quality em- I n broidery (J Q C5c Aprcns J DC 15c Ladies' Fast Black Hoso 0C 25c Child's Fast Black nose. 0C G - oD - o - o - o3osD - i a M P! a -WfJ-ii&ZZBr 1 liunn mm lunmrt U pjjgW ursus X dJJJ.SU A New York Ave., Bet. 13th and 14th Sts. Agency for the Celebrated 9 A COLUMBIA AUTOMATIC FILTER. 3.'0350&-' O-Oe &&& &-- We Are Up-To-Date Plumbers, . But wo steadfastly adhoro to the old-timo method of doing tho most ssrv icenblo sort of sanitary plumbing at tho most reasonable prices. Get our estimato boforo giving out your next worfc. S.S.SHEDD&BRD., Plumbar3, 432 Kintb. St GR E AT "FfE D OCTTON Ranges and Stoves. All Kangcs and Stoves at great re Juc tlon to close thom-out. Get our prices. The E. F. Brooks Co., 531 15th St. Corcoran Buildinc- f No Cooler Light Than f Electricity- Y and no safer, cheaper or moro reliable power. Call c us up when yoa think of y putting iu cither. o lur- q V nlsh tho cuvront only. ? U.S. Electric Lighting Co. f y1 13 14TII ST. N. W. 'Phcne.77. 9 Thezo Saita coma in all tho fashiona ble makes and weaves in Cheviots, Casaimerea, "Wor steds, etc, all of tha very finest qualities- For 55.50 you can practically buv a splendid, custom made suit. at.S5.50. Is All-wool Guaranteed. for sale on advantageous terms. on s 5c and lc Ginghams 3C lOcAmmonla ; qG 75c Ladles? Chemise, hoavtly 1 n embroidered JjfJ 2jc Boys Shirt Waists, plaited f I front and bask IIC 5cPurs3 I Q 10c Ladles' Swiss Kibfeed Vests... 3 G 1 Kid Gloves. 39C 15c 3Ions linen CoHara ...... yC 25c Men's Scarfs yG 13c Men's Hemstitched Handler- r chiefs. 5G ISc Men's Fast Bl&& Sox uG 75c White Laundered Shirts d b G 8 7th St. - - e.cceec - - o Uillll duiio5id That Rebuilding- Sale puts $25.50 worth of fur niture in your reach for S1S.50. Solid Oak Side board, 6 foot; Solid Oak Extension Table, and six Solid Oak Chairs, make up the set. All are well made and finished presenting- a splendid appear ance. That's only one sacrifice from the hundreds. JGS-Cash or Credit 9 ? f f -a a Carriages For Sale. FOR SALE. Tho following latest designs la Tehlcles hand made with tho greatest csro: "IUCI1LAXD" SPIDER PIIAETON. OPEN CABRIOLET. " DOCTOR'S PHAKTOI7. M SURREY BU&6IE5. PHAETON, TRAPS, ETC. E3rConsldering all aad excepting Dno theso vehicles aro unexcelled by any ohr mate. Central Carriage- Works, 1655-27 L St b.w. LANDGRAF & KRUG. I PABST BREWING CO.'S A & Milwaukee Beer o I IS THE BEST MADE. J W ETECIAIXY GOOD FOR FAMILT tJSS. 9 WASHINGTON BRANCH, J V :C3-705 orth Capitol Street. A A 'PHONK.37S aull-ty T NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. GZARRA, 602 P Et. et., "Washington, D. C. Treats all chronic nervous ami Wood dU cases, alcoholism and opium habit. SPE CIALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble. Piles. Fistula. Stricture. &c. PRIVATE Diseases positively and permanently cured. Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free. Office hours 9 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5:30 pso., 6:30 to 8 p. m., Sunday, 4 to 7 p. m.