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THE WASHINGTON CKXTIC, TnTflSDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1890.
a ITT ft visa I ALB,
Incitement on Seventh Street,
, Ttio creditors' smlo of ax),000 worth of lino
tiillor mailo clothing Is now going on and
vlllconllnuo for a short time only. Thli
Mi.ck Is from tlio Intgest clothing llrm of
Jloitim, who lately failed, mid whoso no
counts ronst bo settled The entire stook
tnujt lie converted Into cash Tlio nRentH
have beon Instructed to sell the stock nt tlio
lolloHliigpricos: Men's every day pants, 00
t ents; former lirlco SI. Men's evening punts,
91 firmer letnll rlco $J.M. Jlon 8 dios
raiits, S3.S3; formor price 85. Men's
stiltx, sswj former prlco 85 Bf).
Men s liuslnoss Riiltn, 31; former prlco $9.
Men n oxtra cond uuslnesssiilts.JD&O; formor
pikojll Men's dress suits nt SfiO, lionncl
!.'. vilitch tire worth moio tlinti double
Hoy's Milts at $1.D0, J.'.'O, SI, $s and $10,
wot 111 more than doublo. Children's suits
nt T5 rents, SI S3, $1.73, SJ.50 and
J.' 60, win tit doulilo. Knco pants from 73
nuts upwatd. Hememlirr, Oils forced sale,
will continue fcr a idioit tiuioonly.iind all
needs arc guaranteed as flrst-eliis In style,
lit and win kmnnclilp. Included In this stock
Is a large lot of merilinnt tailor mnde suits
In parks, iiitawny and I'llnea Alberts, atln
llicd, whtdiucro undo to measure at $)5,
HO end $15; wo will fell tlioru nt
mo half price. Aim. largo lluo of tailor
rado pants, mado for t SlOatid Sl'-'i will
I e sold at 10 per cent of real value. Hear
In rrlnd, all foods roust ho as represented
r wo refund jourineney within threodays,
Itcnionil-er the number Is 0JI Sovonth street,
between I street and New York avenue,
Look fot largo signs.
W, II. llnuRhtmi A Cci.'s i:xtni llur
riiIiis and Inducements.
This prominent and well known firm, nt
1U18 and two V street northwest, will opon
to day I Loir ccconil special salo for only ono
week Thelroblcct will bo to glvo you tho
bett possible burcalns In lino furniture. This
great bargain sale Is ptilctly for cash. Thoy
tuo displaying an Immense stock In alt tlio
newest styles nnd grades In mattings, rang
ing In prlco from SO to 15c. Tholrltccd and
Italian f urnlliiio must be seen and examined
to be duly appreciated. A largo nsiortmcnt
cfbaby currlagos, sold on the Installment
plan, small cash payment, balance weekly.
rco their S10 carriages they aro perfect
Tlio National Sato Deposit Co in pan',
Cor. lGlh St. ami N. V, Avenue.
Storage for blUerwaro, Jowolry. Lacos,
fine (foods and vuluables of nil kinds.
Charges modoratc. Safes for rout from $3 to
S1C0 per annum.
New Haven, December 15, 1839.
Tlio Anlicusor-Buscu Browing Association,
bt. Louis, Mo.:
Oontlomon The sample of Faust Deer
lately rocelvod from you tor analysis has In
100 parts by weight tuo following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract C.S30
Carbonlo acid gas 355
Systematic soarch has failed to show the
prosenco of any adulterant, and tlio compo
el t Ion Is very similar to that of tho Best Beer
of Munich und Vienna. Yours, cto ,
S. W. Jounsom,
Trofessor of Chomlstry, Yalo College.
Fir tstrcet and Virginia nvoauc southwest,
lint Champion Cornetlst or the World,
Miss Benito Gilbert can bu heard on tho
phonograph at Humphrey's Wine Parlors, 113
'thirteenth tlrcot northwest. It is tho most
wonderful reproduction of tho comet over
heard. Tho Washburn bisters' duots, sung
by tlicm on tho phonograph, sound ns mu
tual as thu human voice Itself. It Is tho most
wondorful reproduction over heard on a
phonograph, und cun only bo heard at the
Frank Depro's now song, "I'm a Conductor
on tho Socnlh Street Cable Car."
ltutldcn's Hprinc Styles In Furniture,
Carpots, Ilaliy Uarrlnccs. etc.
This long-establlsbcd Installment houso,
located at 0.!0 and 9$i Seventh street north
west. Is receiving its full supply of nil kinds
of merchandise that go to make, up a com
plete outfit for a comfortable residence. Ills
tew stock of Hofrlgerutors, Baby Carriages
and Matting Is complete. You can find Just
what you need In this tosponslblo store, nt
cash pilcos on tho Installment plan, and
mako yourown terms. Goods d filmed on
lit payrLcnt. GIvo him a call.
For spring lamb and Washington dressed
beef go to J. R. Kolly, Ninth streot wing.
Contre Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
Uanclrjc Sons of Veterans.
A pleasant ball und reception was
ftiven Inst evening by John A. Logan
Camp, Sons of Veterans, at tho Wiles'
Armory. Among tho merry throng
present were: Captain Lconhardt, D. M.
lUttcnhouso and William Osliorn of
Baltimore, J. A. JIoElroy of Illinois,
D. W. Btono of Kansas, Lieutenant J.
"W. Jones of the Capitol polico force,
und 1J. T. Qiaham of Iowa. The com
mittees consisted of: IJcccption Cap
tain T. C. Comad, P. C. S. E. Tlioinp
bod, Dr. Arthur J. Hall, P. C. 31. A.
Skinner, Louis A. Frcy. Arrange
mentsPast Captain S. K. Thompson,
Second Lieutenant Joseph A. Wood
worlh, Frank 31. Skinner, Henry
lirocla-r, Chaplain P. W. Parker.
Samuel H. Jacobson, Thomas J. Glllln.
Floor Frank J. Carpenter, Louis S.
Thompson, C. W. Mcssncr, Frank J.
Cullen, Jay 15. K, Vosc.
Tho Sonant GUI Question.
Tho "Pro lie Nata" held a meeting
last evening at tho rcsldcnco of 3Iis.
Dr. Fiehcr, 1028 K slrcct, and the ser
vant pill question was generally dls-cui-tctl.
A committee was appointed to
DECiilnln what opportunity tho city af
fords for training and educating ser
vants, nnd tho meeting adjourned to
meet in two weeks with 3hs. Spoffoid
lit the Higgs House. Among thoso
present wcic McsdamM Fisher, Blount,
Thomas, Spofford, 3Ioses, Coucs, Up
ton, and Marble, 31isses Do Puy, Mary
Blount, nnd Josephine Smith.
A Legal Iteceptlon,
A leception to tho students of tho Co
lumbian University was given last even
ing by tho law faculty of that Institu
tion. It took pluco In the reception
room in the university building. Ad
dresses wcro mado by tho members of
the law faculty and ex-District Attorney
Riddle and refreshments wcro served.
Tho reception was almost exclusively
limited to tho law students and tho
i.I Don't AVunt Keller, but Uuro,'
Is the exclamation of thousands Buffering
from catarrh. To all such wo say: Catarrh
can bo cured by Dr. Sago's Catarrh Rem
edy. It has been dono In thousauds of
casts; why not In yours? Your danger Is
In delay. Incloso a 6tamp to World's Ills
pensary Medlcnl Association, Buffalo, N.
V , fur a pamphlet on this disease.
Another Old OltUen Gone,
31r. Abncr C. P. Shoemaker, a well
known old citizen of AVasbington, died
yesterday nt tho icsidcnco of his brother,
Mr Pierce Shoemaker. Death was due
to hcait failure,
Ailvlco to Mothers,
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup should
always ho used lor children teething. It
soothes tho child, softens tho gums, allays
ull pain, cures wind colic, and it Is tuo best
remedy for dlarrhrea. 23c. a liottle.
m - iii
A Hinlneo Slun'n Illness.
As a result of hard work, Mr. A. E.
Handle, the well-known broker and
ical estate dealer, is confined to his
room at tho Metropolitan Hotel by"
13 rink nothing but the best beer. Ily so
doing order Robert Former's Vienna Cabi
net ffcsr, Tclonhoao No. 768-0.
Transaction on the tVimlilngton Htoclt
KvcliMigo Notes Hint Oosslp,
lluslncss was ncllvo on Iho Washing
Inglon Slock L'xchango ycslerday.
Thcrowcro dealings in seven different
slocks nnd, in all, nineteen sales.
Tho first transaction In .Metropolitan
ltnllionil stock for several weeks was
mndo yesterday. Tho Block brought
110. A largo lot would, It is believed,
havo commanded a higher prlco.
For five shares oiFcklngton Hall
road stock 70 was paid and the samo
price bid for n much larger lot. At the
closo Eomo of this slock was offered
Georgetown and Tennallytown Hall
rond stock also claimed attention; 3
lots of 10 slimes each brought HOI. It
Is predicted that this stock will soon
become a favorite with Investors, as
those supposid to be competent to
Judgo believe this load will earn profits
as soon as tho curs begin to mako regu
A. salo of 10 shaios of Megs Insur
ance was the ouly Insurance stock
changing hands on the bo mil.
The price of Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephone stock was well sustained, at
on advance over the closing bid of tho
previous day, which wa3 71. At 74),
17 shaics wcie sold; SO shares brought
7-1 1 and 25 shares 74J. Tho closing bid
was 741, and the lowest offering to
sell at 70.
Tlicicwasti more free offering of
fJrnphophono stork ycstculay than for
several days previous. After 103 shares
were sold nt l!ij tho bid was advanced
to 103, at which price 25 shares were
taken. Tho last offer to sell was at
18. There were several buyers of this
stock yestetdny who did not succeed in
obtaining what they wanted. A largo
dealer, who spoko ns If lie bntl about
made up his mind not to put off buylns
any longer, said to a broker who 'had
been a free buyer: "But how about
making loanB?" "If you want to buy,"
said tho second man, "I will guarantee
to obtain for you $10,000 on Grapko
phone stock nt 5 per cent, per annum."
Tho attendance of bidders at the
auction salo of stocks yesterday at
Duncanson Bros, was good, but.lt was
the belief that some of the stocks
offered wcro "bid in." What appeared
to be sales were, 1,000 U. S. Electric
Light convertible bonds, at 110; 40 Co
lumbia Railroad stock nt77i; 100 Pco
pic's Insurance, 55; 50 Metropolitan In
surance, 81 J, and 20 shares of North
ern Liberty 3Iarkct stock nt $1.05 per
share There were several stocks that
had not been advertised that were
ttllhdiawn for lack of competition.
Privately on Tuesdav U. S. Electric
Light bonds wcte bought at 110 and
110$. These bonds carry accrued In
tciest from January 1, say 2 per cent.,
and, If converted into stock by the 25th
of June will draw tho half-yearly
interest then, of about $1), and the $.2
quarterly dividend on the stock.
AN UMFAITIlFUIi LOVIUC.
llio Cause of Grace Gladnuin's
The physicians of the Emergency
Hospital were called on yesterday after
noon to save the life of Giaco Gladmau
of No. 1223 D stteet, but tholr services
were cot needed. The wayward Grace
came to tho conclusion that she was
lired of life and attempted to swnllow
the contents of a bottlo of carbolic ucid.
Ono of her companions snatched the
bottlo beforo she had tho opportunity
of taking enough of the fatal liquid to
result seriously. Grace has leconsidercd
tho proposition to die, and says that had
it not been for an unfaithful lover she
would not have made tho attempt.
alio icing's Daughters."
"Faithful Circle of King's Daugh
ters" gave an Interesting cntcitalnmcnt
last night at Odd Fellows' Hall south
cast. Included In tho programme wcic
musical selections, tableaux and recita
tions, nnd was closed with tho presenta
tion of the Hciiptural allegory "Rescue
the Perishing." Thoso contributing to
the evening's entertainment wore 3lrs.
Overton, Miss Whiteside, Miss RIdgely,
3Iiss Annie Gclb, 31iss Howell, Miss
Bculah Pnrsons, 3Ilss Laura Parsons
aed the 3Iisscs Franzonl. Tho recita
tion by Miss Ella Whiteside and her
acting In the allegory were especially
Their Now I'.istor.
The new pastor of the Eastern Pies
bytcrian Church, Rov. 31. A. Cornelius,
was tendcted a heaity reception Inst
evening by the congregation. The
committee in-chargu was composed of
Dr. D. W. Hughes, J. E. Crandell,
Fred. E. Woodwaid, Jay B. Smith, E.
Q. Gunson, Gcomo Strcbo, II, A. Dob-
son, C. E. 3Ieyers, W. O. Tallcy, jr.;
Sirs. Meyers, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Kauf
man, 3hs. J. II. Crandell, 3lrs. Dobson,
3Irs. Blair, 31rs. Carroll, 3Irs. Nalley,
3hs. Austin and 31iss Alice Spear. The
eveninc was very enjoyably spent. Tho
new minister comes from San Francisco.
A l'oclcetbonlc Hnatclier,
rockctbook snatching Is becoming
quite an art in Washington, and cases
nie biiDg lcportcd very frequently. Lust
night a young lady who Is employed as
a stenographer at the Court of Claim",
while walking along G sticot, had her
purse, containing $15 in bills, some im
portant letters and a rail toad ticket,
grabbed from her hand. The bold theft
was committed in tho presence of a
number of people, but tho adroit
"snatchcr" succeeded in evading arrest.
Diplomas as pharmacists will bo Is
sued on 3ray 20 to the following gentle
men, who successfully passed tho re
quired examination of tho National
College of Pharmacy: J. L. Allen, 31.
Donley, R. C. Dickerson. O. II. Eurl,
W. S. Farrls, 3Ionte Grlftln, C. B.
Hclger, R. V. Houston, O. G. He
Comas, O. G. Owens. 31. II. Price, R.
L. Qulglcy, W. B. Rhaub. W. Robert
Hhaw, B. Ovel Taylor, Y. J. Tenner,
31. W. Waters, J. E. Ycates.
A. B, Ferguson, who lcsldes at No.
711 Fourth street northwest, was fouatl
In an unconscious condition on tho
Flats yesterday afternoon. Two boys
discovered him and reported tho fact at
tho Fourth Precinct station. Drs.
3Iiddleton and Ellyson of tho Emer
gency Hospital say that his condition
was duo to alcoholism.
I'ustnr Douelani Lecture.
An interesting and Instructive lecluro
on "Joseph Roux, the Millet of French
Literature," was delivered last night by
Rev. Georgo William Douglas, pastor
of St. Johu's( Chutch, nt the pariah
hall. Tho handsomo sum realized will
bo applied for tho benefit of tho Hos
pital for Incurables.
Against Usurious Kates,
Tho Dcpaitment Legion of Honor
met last evening and passed a resolu
tion denouncing strongly tho lending of
money at 10 per cent, a month to Gov
ernment employes. Twenty-threo of
tho latter wcro refused admission bo
causo of their gcneially bad credit.
Drink nothing but the best beer. Dy so
doing order Robert 1'ortner's Vienna Cabi
net Beer. Telephone No. 788 0.
Till? AI.DKIt MlfltURU,
WllllnniK Trjlng Hard to Snvo
Neck From tlio Gallows,
An appeal was yestcrdoy afternoon
listened to In the case of Lewis Wil
liams, who was convicted In Jlay, 1880,
of tho murder of o.vPollccman Alder
and sentenced to bo hanged. Tho hear
ing was In the Court in General Term,
before Justlcos Hagner, j James and
Cox, Tho complelo record of tho case
was brought up on exceptions, nnd tho
arguments mado by District Attorney
Lipscomb for the Government nnd E.
31. Hewlett In behalf of tho defendant
wcic very pointed nnd exhaustive
The murder said to have been com
mitted by Williams Is still recalled by
Wnshlngton citizens, although It oc
curred in October, 1887. There was a
quarrel between Alder and Williams at
llennlngs over n drink. Diitinc the
affray Alder was struck on Iho head
with a brick and the skull fraetutcd,
which resulted in hisdeath the following
morning. Aftcrthcoccurrcnco Williams
visited tho home of Hattlc Sims, but
she declined to admit htm, saying that
ho had killed Alder. Tlio ovldcnco
against him was very strong and ho was
convicted and contented, as stated.
AHIT VimSHAN OKG ANI.VTION.
.Soldiers Who ltccclvoit Modnls
Honor Form it Society.
A ucw veteran organlzatlon'was per
fected last evening at tho residence of
Colonel 31. A. Dillon, to bo known as
the "3icdal of Honor Legion." The
following officers wcro elected: 3L A.
Dillon, commander; Edwin 31. Trucll,
first vice commander; C. B. Lower,
second vlcccommnnder; Thomas Reed,
adjutant general; Felix Branlgan, Judgo
advocate general; AVilllam Wilson, In
spector general; James R. Durham,
quartormastcr general. Only those will
bo admitted to membership who havo
received medals of honor.
Ono of tho objects of tho order will
bo to sccuro an accurate description of
each Individual's action for which tho
medal was granted, toccthcr with a
biographical sketch of "his life, and
publish tho samo in book form or other
wise as an example for tho descendants
of these men, and the ftituro genera
tions of the Amorcan soldier.
Another meeting will bo held at the
same place next Wednesday night.
Gone to New York.
3Ir. Edward F. Droop has gone to
New York City to attend tho annual
dinner of the Piano Trade to bo held at
the Hotel Brunswick this evening.
Toasts will bo responded to by tho
Hon. Grovcr Cleveland, Hon. Cail
Sehurz, Hon. Cbauncoy 31. Depew and
other well-known gentlemen.
To Ilultlmoro vlrt R. & O.
Tor tho accommodation of those desir
ing to attend the dramatic performance tto
Co given at me J.yccum meal re, uaitt
more, on the evening of Thursday, April
24, the accommodation train via the B &
O. It. R., scheduled to Jcavo Camden sta
tion at 11 p. m will beheld until 11:40
Tho mlnd-readcr, 3Ir. J. Randall
Brown, has consented to appear again
at the National Theatio next Sunday
evening, with a complete change of
In its First Stagos.
Jtt sure yon yet (he vanillic.
PABST BREWING 'GO.,
Formerly tho Phil. Best Brewing Co.,
Especially Good for Family Use.
Beneficial for Weak and Debilitated Tcrsons.
MANAOER TVASIUNGTON BRANCH,
T01 and 705 North Capitol Street,
Telephone 273, apS
Ton iu Siiionm. ptnU
And will ouro
P' i in- li
A partlclo Is applied Into each nostril and Is
agrecablo. Prlco, 50 cents, at Druggists; by
mall, registered, GO cents. SLY BROTHERS,
to Warren St., New York .
bCancst. HeaUhlejt, Ul SatLfartory HAIR DBtSStNO.
Kills llllll imo. Oulcklrn'mi,v,.ilaD'lru if ilBiilp
UbeaW. MIIIMUSmS 4MIUHKllt. WAItllllltDta
Manor. lOVTIiri U I OIXII1 nl I It Kla UlltY, I .l'KU Hill.
Sola br til Dlr la 1 oilel Uood.. or mill! fn. for Cut. bj
l.umlauMMi'jiljCu, M-luUru"Mrf newKi.tt
a si:w MiNistnit,
Sir, II. 11, West Ordained ns a llnptlst
Mr. R. R AVcsl wns oidalncd ns a
minister of tho gospel last evening in
tlio auditorium of tho E-Strcct Baptist
Church beforo n lorgo congregation.
On the platform wcro Rov. D. W.
Fauncc, 1). D.,of West Newton, 3tass.,
formerly pastor of tho church; Roy. J.
T, 3lulr, the present pastor; ttov. W.
II. Young of tho 3Ictropolttan Baptist
Church, Rev. Georgo Bowman of tho
Anacoslla Church, Rev. Fiank Gar
dener of tho East Capitol street Church,
Rev. S. II. Green of Calvary Church,
Rov. G. A. 3IcCollough of the Gay
Street Church and the candidate for
Tho conflimatton sermon was
preached by Rev. Dr. Faunce. Rov.
Mr. West passed a very cicditablo ex
amination. LEMON ELIXlft.
Its Wonderful EiToct on tlio Liver,
Stoinncli, Iliiwols,Ktdncsitnd Itlood,
Dr. Mozieys Lemon juixir Is a pleasant
lemon drink that positively cures nit
Biliousness, Constipation, Indigestion,
Headache, 3falarla, Kidney Disease, Diz
ziness, Colds, Loss of Aptictlto, Fevers,
Chills, Blotches, Pimples, l'aln In Back,
Palpitation of Heart, and all othor diseases
canscd by disordered Hvor, stomnch and
hlilncje, tho first great cause of all fatal
diseases. Fifty cents and ono dollar per
bottle. Sold by druggists. Prepared only
by II. Mozlcy, M. D., Atlanta, Ga.
I.cinon not Drops.
For coughs and colds, tako Lemon Hot
For soro throat and bronchitis, tako
Lemon Hot Drops.
For pneumonia and laryngetls, tako
Lemon Hot Drops.
For consumption and catarrh, tako Lemon
For all tin oat and lung diseases, tako
Lemon Hot Drops.
An elegant and rellablo preparation.
Sold by druggists. 23 cents per bottle.
Vrcparcd by ILMozley, M. D Atlanta, (la.
It Is so said by everybody, Itobert 1'ort
ncr has the best beer In Washington. Or
7 I 5 Market Space.
Our millinery salesladies havo been as busy
as bees In a clover field slnco tho opening.
The prices of Trimmed Ilats and Bonnets
havo delighted all visitors.
Every lady In want of a hat should visit
our Millinery Department.
Tho most comfortable wrap over designed
nnd becoming to almost ovoiy flguro. Woare
closing ont our lino of All-Wool Connomaras
at S5, worth fully S10.
Wo havo a very fine lino of, and aro selling a
very flno line of Ladles' Balbrlggans f or 15c.;
2 pair for 25c.
Our Leader for this week a fine Beaded
Wrap for only S1.93, nnd ono stylo for $4.50,
Ladles' 20 Inch Gloila Umbrellas, Paragon
name, warranted, only $1.23.
Six styles of All-Silk 4Jlnch Drapery Nets,
$1.50, worth $3.
Chnntllly Flouncing wo have a full line of
and will sell same with 10 percent discount
off on all.
We aro selling a fine Wreath at 45o. worth
"Co., and 10 stylos of French Wreaths at only
75o., worth $1.50.
Children's Shirred Hats and Lace Caps.
Wo are telling a very flno Shirred nat, In
all colors, at Sl75 and aro tho only storo In
this city that havo this stylo In all colors,
Laco Caps from 55c, upward.
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS.
A largo lino of these at S5o.
We also have a great many other articles,
all at equally low prices.
HO TET.& A.NU JtEHTA.VKA.IlTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors In tho city. Im
JAMES n. COSTKLLO, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flra Eeapea.
TBRMS-S3.00 and 11.00 Per Day.
Comerltsth and I streets northwest,"
Opposite MoPhorson Snuare.
H. M. CAKE.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. Q, STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
QT, JAUKS HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor,
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deertu for Kvery Htato
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
Office Hours, 9 to 5.
1821 V Streot N. W. Telephone No. JH 2
Wohciebyannouncototho pubtlo that wo
tho members of tho Syndicate must positively
closo out $20,000 of our enormous stock of
clothing for tho benoflt of Mr. A. bustle, who
Is obliged to withdraw from tho firm on no
count of his health. Wo havodccldod to clo9o
out this amount of goods In tho next
This salo will positively not commenco
TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL,
AT 0 O'CLOCK.
ThNIs neither n fire, nsslgneo's, creditors'
nor bankrupt solo of choap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly logltlmnto bona-fldo salo, car
ried on by rosponslblo persons, who do not
wish to rob peonlo by giving cheap, shoddy
goods and charging exorbitant prices. Thcso
prices speak for thcmsclvos:
I'nncy Worsted rants, OTo.; positively worth
Jlcn's Evening rants, nil wool, 81.CJ, worth
Men's Dross rants, J3.S0; worth $5.
Men's Suits, S4.25; worth $9.
Men's All-Wool Sorgo Suits (blue nnd
brown), S5.C2! worth 512.
Men's Dress Suits, 33.25; worth $17.
Men's Heat Flno Frlnco Albert Suits, $14.02;
norms not satisfactory, money
ItEFUNDKD, at iho Largo Three-Story (Riley
Comer of Ninth and E Streets tl. W.
Pager Supplies aui Stationery.
920 -F STREET N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
OUR PRESSES are of tho latest andmoit
Improved stj lo. Our assortment nt typos Is
large and wo aro continually adding to our
c, &c, &c,
In fact, ovory thing that a business man needs.
cnuHcriES and schools
Will find all tho modern laces of typo In our
lai go variety, sultablo for their stylo of work,
Tickets. Programmes, Journals, Coupon
Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers
Wo would spoclally call attention to our
facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages.
OUR POSTERroomls repleto wltha variety
of "largo" type, sultablo for this class of
In nil Its branches. OUR BINDERY Is fitted
with tho latest stylos of book-folding and
wlre-etltthlng machines and Is therotoro
capable of competition with any of tho largo
New York housos.
BEST OF WORK AT THE LOWEST TOSSI
1107 i: Street Northwest.
Tho Oldest Established Printing House In
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
A Special Line of the Latest Noveltlos In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Danco Pro
grammes, eto., with Envelopes to Match,
IXOAr, tVOKK A SPECIALTY
And Every Kind of Book Printing
Executed and at Lowest Rates.
TELEPHONE CALL. CC2--2.
Qrand, Upright and Squaro
Special attention ot pnroh&sers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES."
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-band Ftynos at All Prloes,
Wm. Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
OIIiT KDO or ?
And yon will always have beautiful Bread.
Rolls and Bisonits, wholesale Depot, oor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T A 00.
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This Is tlio Lowest Trlco Good Lumber lifts over reached, ns nil old
builders will know nt once.
LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLLER
DEALERS IK LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wlno has taken the premium at all California exhibits for years.
Sceuie a quantity of It now.
Also a small stock of BBANDY of 1881.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAUIiTS, CORHrit 27th AND K STREETS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
MAKE TEA OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove tor summer use, as the in
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLE BY THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
BUY TOTIR TETIIKS AID HAMESS
425 Seventh St. N. W., noM to Odd-Follows' Hall.
York Aye. K. "W.
Street N. W.
IN 10 OR IS HIUOTES.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West anil Southwest,
Doublo Track. Splendid Scenery.
fitccl Ralls. Magnificent Equipment
In effect Maiicii S, 1890.
Trains lcno Washington, from station, cor
ncr of blxth and Bstrcots, ns follows!
Ton rmsntmo and tho West, Chlcneo Llmltfil
Kxpiess of Pullman Vestlbnlcd Cars nt
10.50n m dally: Fast Line, lo.tson m dally
to Columbus and Ht. Louis, with Bleeping
Cars from PlttsburB to Columbus! dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Slcoplnn
Car Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chlcneo
and Cincinnati Express, 3.T0 p m dally.
Parlor Car Washington to Harrlsbura nnd
Sleeping Cars Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Chi
en con lid Cincinnati, nnd Dining Car liar
rlshurgto St. Louis. Wostorn Expres, nt
7.40 p in dally, with SloeplngCars Washing
tout; to Chicago nnd tit l.mil, conncotlng
dally at Hnrilsburg with through Sleepers
for I.nlltRVllln nnd Mnmnhln. Piiolfln Mr
Pi ess, 10.00 p m (it Ily, for Pittsburg nnd tho
west, with throuah Sleeper to Pittsburg,
nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTO.MAO RAILROAD
Fon Kane, Canandalgun, Rochester and N
ngarn Tails dally, except Sunday, s.io a in.
Foil Enirj, Cnnandalgua and Rochester dally;
for BulTnlo and Niagara dally, oxcopt Sat
mdny, 10.00 pm. with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester,
Ton WiuujisronT, Lock Hnvon and Elmlrn,
nt 10,M n m dally, oxcept Sunday.
Kon Wh MAJisronT dully, !l.30p in.
IViRl'iiiiAiiKiriiiA, Now Yoiknnd tho Bait,
7.S0 0.00. 11.00 nnd 11.40 a m, S.10, 3.1B, 1.10,
10.00 and 11.20 p m. On Sunday. 0.00, 11.40
n m, s. 10, 3.15, 1 10, 10.00 nnd lt.so n m. Lim
ited Express of Pullman Parlor cars, 0 40 a
m dally, except Sunday, and 4.00 p m daily,
with Dining Car.
i'on Philadelphia only. Fast Express 8.10 a
m. weclt-dnys, nnd 8.10 p m dally. Accom.
0.00 pm dally.
Ton Boston without change, 3 15 pm ovory
Ton Brookm N, N. Y all through trains con
nect nt Jeisoy City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, nffoidlng dlroct transfer to Fulton
sticct. avoiding doublo ferriage across
New York City.
Ton Atlantic Citt, 1140 a m weok-dnys,
Ton IlAt.TlMonr., 0 35, 7.20. 8.10. 0.00. 0,40, 10.50,
11 00 Olid 11 40 a m, 12.03,2 10, S.m, 3.30, 4 00,
4.10, 4.20, 4 40. COO, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 nnd 11.20
p m. on Sunday. 0 00. 0.01, 10.ro, 11.40 n m,
2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
and 11.20 pm.
Ton VorE's CiiErK Line, 7.20 a m and 1,40 p m
dally, oxcept Sunday.
Fon Annapolis, 7.80, 0.CO a m, 12,03 and 4.20 p
m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 0.03 a
m,4 10 pm.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect Amu, 20, 1800.
Ton Aixxandhia, 4.30, 0.33, 7.4), 8.40, 0.1",
10.57 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 05, 4.23,4 53, 0 01, 8.0-.',
10.05 nnd 11.37pm. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.43,
0.45. 10.57, a m, 2.80, 0 01, 8 02. and 10.05 p m.
Accommodation ronQtiANTico,7.45a m and
4,55 p m week-days. 7.43 am Sundays.
Fon I!k ii.mond and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 pm week
days. TnAiN leavo Alexandria for Washington.
0.05 7.05. 8.C0.0.10, 10.1 11.07, a m; 1.20, 3.00,
3 50, 5.10, 7.05W.20, 10.37 and 11 05 p m. On
Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 n mj 2.00, 3.E0, 5.10,
7.03. 9.20, and 10.87 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho ofllco,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station,
where oiders can bo left for tho cheeking ot
beggago to destination from hotels and resi
dent es. J. It. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
CHAS. E. Pl'Gn, General Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Sclicflulo in effect Doe. 20, 18S9.
Leavo Washington Irom Station corner
Now Jersoy avenue and C streot.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbuled
Limited express dally 11:20 am, express 9.30
Fort Cikcjnnat:, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
1'on 1'iTTSDor.a and Clovoland, Vcstlbuled
Limited express dally 110 a m and express
8:40 p m. .
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tl0:30
Fon Wincuesteh and Way Stations, t5.S0
Fon Lcrur, 8:40 p m.
Ton Ualtihobe, week days, 4.00. 5 00, 0.40,
7.S0, 8.30, 9 20, 9.45 (11.00. 12.00, ,4 minutes),
a m, 18.10, 2 00, 2.30 (45 minutes), 3.15 (45-mln-utcs).
3.25, 4.25, 4 30, 4.35, 5.30. 0.20, 7.10, 7.45,
9 00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4.00, 7.20,
8.30, 9.20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (15-mlnutes), 1.15,
2.00, 2.80 (45-mlnutos), 188.8.131.52,4.85, 0.20,7.10
7.45, 9 00, 10.30 and 1 1.30 p m.
Fon Way Stations botwoon Washington
nhd Baltimore, B.00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12,10, 3.25,
4.35, 0.20, ll.so p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15.
3 25, 4 35. 0.20, 11.30 pm.
Tiiains leavo Baltlmoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.00, 12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. B,00, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30, 8.35
10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.30,
9.15, 10.15 a m: 12.00, 12 50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
B.00, 0 20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.35, 10.20, 10.25 and
Fon ANNAroLin, 0.40 n m, 12.10, 4.25 p m.
On bundays, 8.3J a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolU 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p in. Sundays.
8.37 am, 4.00pm.
, Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
0.45, fcl0.30 a m, 1.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; 10.30 a m, t4.30 and t5.30 p m.
Fon Bockville and way stations, 1.35 p m,
Fon OAtTiiEiisnuno and Intermediate points,
9.00 a m, tl 00, 5.35, tll.35 p m.
Fon Bora's and Intermediate stations, 7.00
Cituncii train leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10pm, stopping at all stations on
Fon FiiEDzniCK. t0.45. tll.20 a m, t3.10, t4.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon 1IAGEH8TOWN, tll.20 a. m. and 5.30
TnAiNs arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 a in and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 0 50 p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New TonK, Tronton, Nowark and
Elizabeth, N. J.. 4.00, 8.00, 9.20, 12.00 a m,
2.80, '4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon Philadelphia, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4 00, 8,00, 0 20, '12.00 a m,
2.30, 4.20, 7.10 and 10 80 pm.
Fon iNTEnjiEDiATH points botween Balti
more and Philadelphia, 5.00 and 57.20 am,
12 00,13.15 pm.
Trains leave New York for Washington,
8.80, 11.00 a m, .OO, 3.20, 5.00 p m and
Tpains leave Philadelphia for Wahlngton,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10nm,1.85, 'lO, 'COS. 7.40
Fon Atlantic City, MOO an and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12.00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. Dally, ibundayonly.
Baggago called for and chocked from ho
tels nnd residences by Union Transfer Co. on
orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1351 Pa.
ave. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CnAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Schcdulo In effect
March 2. 18'JO.
Trains leave Union Donot. Sixth and B
streets. 10:57 a m for Newport Nows, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrrlre In
Old Point at 0:10 1 m, and Norfolk at 0:10 p m.
11:24 a ra Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Vlrglnln, Kodtueky
nnd Cincinnati. Vostlbule Bloopers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving nt7:35
a UW p m-t. V. V. Vestlb'ulo Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without chango to Cincinnati. Vostlbuto
Sleeper for Lexington and LouUvlllo. Pull
man cars aro open to rocclvo passengers at
9 00 p. in.
Ofllco, 513 Pennsylvania avonue.
II. W. FULLEll, Oen. Tass. Agent.
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