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The Washington Oeitio
22D YEAH NO. 6,789.
WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, .MAY JJ, 1S90.
FftJCE TWO CENTS.
Suitor M Expires Sua
The Distinguished Kcntuckian Falls
Dead at the 8, and P,
Within a Fow Feet of the
Scene of Garfield's
Scuntor Beck dropped dead at the
Baltimore and Potomac Depot, at Sixth
and D streets, a lew minutes before 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Ho had just returned from New York,
and was leaving tho train, In company
with his daughter, Mrs. Goodloo, wlfo
of Paymaster Goodloo of the Mailne
He hud reached the gate separating;
the depot proper from tho train shed
when ho fell and expired In about five
Just as he passed through tho gate
he mndo tho remark: "1 feel dizzy,"
and began to stagger, falling In the
arms of his prlvato secretary and his
Ife was Immediately carried to th
supciintcndcnt's office and a telephone
message scut to the National Hotel- for
n physician. Uefore one arrived the
Fcnator was dead.
The cause of death was undoubtedly
heart disease, and was almost instan
taneous. At fifteen minutes to five the body
was still in the superintendent's ofllco,
and his friends were confcrrln g as to
what disposition should be made of It.
"Whether It would be taken to tho
home of Paymaster Goodloo or to that
of llcprcseutativo Drecktnrldgc had
not hecu decided upon.
An cyo-witness said to a Oniric;
"The Senator was 'coming through
the platform gato, talking easily to his
secretary, while his daughter
was walking alongside of him when
suddenly ho threw his hand up to his
head and said, "I feel so dizzy."
"Just as he made this remark ho
itngecred forward, but was caught in
the arms of his secretary and daughter.
"Ho immediately hecamo limp, and
several railroad men and bystanders
came up and helped to remove him to
tho superintendent's room, only a fow
lly iho time this apartment was
i cached tho ashy hue of death had
settled on tho Senator's face, and he
Immediately upon the receipt of the
news in the Senate Chamber creat ex
citement ensued and an adjournment
was at once taken.
Tho officers of tho -Senate departed
In hasto for tho depot.
Meraheis of both houses, particulirly
thoso of tho Kentucky delegation, .hast
ened to tho depot and viewed tho dead
statesman's body stretched out in tho
lleforo arriving in tho city on tho
limited, tho Senator was cheerful and
apparently in tho best of health.
Ho conversed pleasantly with his
daughter and expressed his gladness at
being back again in 'Washington.
Mrs. Goodloo, his daughter, was al
most overcome with grief at tho sud
den blows but remained In tho room
with the body until after 5 o'clock,
when Mr. Breckinridge's " caulago
railed for her.
James 15, Beck was bom In Dualities
shhe, Scotland, February 1!), 1833. Ho
icceivcd an academic education in Scot
land, but emigrated to this country at
nu early ago and settled In Tvontucky.
Ho graduated In law at Transylvania
Lnlvcrslty, at Lexington, Ky,, and
practiced his profession thoro.
Ho never hold any ofllco until elected
a Representative in tho Fortieth Con
gtess, Ho was ro elected to tho Forty
llist, Foity-second nuu Forty-third
ongiesscs, when ho declined n rot-lection,
Ho was elected to the United States
Fcnato as n Democrat, to succeed John
"W, Stevenson, also a Democrat, and
took his seat March C, 1877, lu tho
i'oity flfth Congress.
Ho has been a member of that body
ever slnco, having heort re-elected In
18S2 and '88. Hit present term will
Oiplrp March 3, lb5
In person Senator Beck was a tall
man with a powerful frame. Ho
showed his Scotch blood In tho strong
lines of his rugged face, which was
covcicd with a shoit beard.
Ills eyes weio deep set and piercing
and wero overhung by shaggy eye
brows. Of late years ho had began to
THE SOCIAL WORLD.
Mr. 11. Andrews ot Now Yoik, who has
spent tlio whiter In Washington anil
proved so pleasant an addition to socloty,
returned on Friday to New York,
Mrs. General Orvlllo Hancock, who has
been the guest or Senator nnd Mrs. ,T. P.
Jones for several weeks, Is now visiting
Tho Spanish Class held a mccllug ot un
usual Interest yesterday at tho resldcnco
ot Mrs. Cockroil, whero tho souorns and
senorltas attended wearing lo pictttrcsquo
intuitu hi of Spaulsh-spcaking countries.
Madame Itomcro's costume was of
black lace, with long, cold pins
fastened through tho " mantilla
which was worn Mexican lashlon.
Tho greatest diversity In the arrangement
of tlilo licadgcar prevails In different coun
tries, which fact lent an nddltlonal charm
to the pleasant gathering. Mrs. John W.
Foster's costimio was of white laco with a
red and white roso fastened coruicttlshly to
ono side of the whlto laco mantilla. Tho
next meeting will be held ot the resldcnco
of Miss Ida Thompson, when dancing fa
Spanish costumu will ho the feature ot tho
occasion. Tho final entertainment of tho
season will ho given tho class a fortnight
hence at the Mexican Legation.
Mrs. Kilvcrt of this city Is spending a
month lu Boston at the Brunswick.
Mr. and Mrs. llobcrt Gordon Ilardlo havo
returned to Doslou, whero tho former Is
painting a portrait of Professor Eliot.
"General Francis A. Walker has returned
to Boston after a brief visit to this city.
Mrs. Gllmoie has returned from spending
the whiter lu tho West, and Is now at her
country place In Virginia, Lieutenant
(Jllinoro 111 return from a threo years'
rulse In Ablatio waters on tho tSthtnstant.
Mrs. Langdon Wheeler, who has been
spending tho winter with her sister, Mrs.
Cieorgo Salter, will leave tho cily on
Monday for Spring Lake, where sho has
again leased "Tho Baltimore" for tho
Dr. Oscar Mcnocal, eldest son of
l'uglucer Mcnocal, sailed for Nicaragua on
Wednesday, having been appointed assist
ant surgeon for the expedition.
Mrs. and Miss Ackley arrived yesterday
from New York for a visit of scvoral weeks
to the Mexican Minister and Madam
Dr. and Mrs. lining will spend tho
summer with Hear Admiral Feblgcr at his
country plueo on the Kastcni Shore of
Mr. von Mumm has gone to Germany
for a visit from which ito will lCturn In
Mr. and Mrs. William Ihidlcott, Jr., are
in the city for a visit to Mr. Samuel Ward
at his residence on I street.
Mis. Maeallstor l.aughton has returned
from a threo months' stay In New York.
Miss Ida von Daehenhauscu is visiting
friends at Fairfax Court-Houso.
Miss I.cltor has returned to tho city after
a visit of several weeks to New Yoik and
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Inches have re
turned to Boston after a visit to "Washing
ton, during which they were the guests of
Mr. Von Swlndcren of tho Notherlaud
I.cgatlou left tho city on Thuisday for New
York, from where he will sail In a few days
for Itomc, to which place ho has recently
Mr. Frank llelnap, son of Commander
Belnap, U. S. N., started for Europo a
week since, with Mr. and Mrs. l'itklu ot
this city, who were also accompanied by
their joung sou.
Mr. Thomas Brown of New York, ac
companied by her two handsomo young
sons, Is In tho city for a stay of several
weeks ut 2030 G street. Mrs. Brown will
he pleasantly remembered In Washington
as MUs Florcnco Dlcccker.
Consul-Gencral Now will presldo at tho
American dinner to bo given May SO, In
London, to Stanley, as lion. Itobert Lin
coln will not attend owing to tho recent
death ot his son. Tho dinner will be given
In tho Whitehall rooms of tho Hotel Metro
pole. Mrs. Agnes C. Moore and daughter. Miss
Daisy Moore, of Kentucky, havo leased
their house, No. 1753 M street, to Senator
Call ot Florida, and are stopping at No.
102!) Connecticut avenue, wheie tboy will
reipaln uuttl tho -1th Instant, on which
date they will sail for F.urope, taking tho
Noith German Lloyd Line.
Mis. Berglatid,wiloof Captain Bcrgland,
V. S. A., stationed at Willett's Point, N.
Y., has been spending tho week at tho
Mrs. and Miss Noyes of St. Louis aro tho
guests of Secretary and'Mis. Noble.
Mrs. TiUord of New York, who has been
spending tho winter at 11315 Nineteenth
street, will leraaln in tho city until July
when sho will go with lier son and
daughter to Hock Knon. Upon her icturn
in tboautomu Mrs. Tllford will take a house
for tho season on New Hampshire avonuc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bcdfern and Miss
Hedfcrn left on Tuesday for n stay of sev
eral weeks at Atlantic City.
An exciting paper chase, tho first of tho
season, was given yesterday afternoon, with
the start at Tunluw' farm. Tho four-mllo
run across lildgu road, tlnough Grassland
and Fain lew Included seventeen Jumps,
with a ilolsh at the observatory In Rich
mond Park, adjoining Oak View. Mr.
John Havllund, .Mr. Joseph Bradloy and
Dr. Arthur Snider wero tho bares on tho
occasion. Among tho other riders wero-
.Mr, 'i nomas Jiyuc. Jlr, uaracl uasuear,
Mr. Henry, Mr. Filebus, Mr. Charles
Humo and Mr. liojnolds Nicholson. An
accident which camo near proving of a
serious nature happened at tho end of tho
cuatc, wnen .ur. urauioys norBO ion ovcrn
ditch which ho had previously cleared,
stuuulng hlsttder, who was finally restored
to consciousness through tho efforts ot Dr.
Snyder, and was ablo to ride home with tho
hunt party. On account of this accident a
number of tho hounds did not put In an ap
pearance ui. mo nnisu.
Mr. Van Ness Phillips has gone abroad,
In rcspouso to a cablegram announcing tho
dangerous Illness of his mother.
Miss ilcsslo Maibury of Now York, well
known In this city for her clever writings,
has gone, abroad for a short stay with Miss
Elslo Do Wolf, also of New York.
Ex-Senator and Mrs. Henderson will
spend tho summer lu their rustic cottage in
Mrs. Thomas ood has returned from
Key West, whero sho went to meet her hus
haud w hllo his vessol was stationed at that
Miss Katy Beach will soon sail for
Europo, to spend tho summer with Mrs.
ltyde, daughter of Pay Director and Mrs.
At tho last meeting held by the ladles
Inleicstcd lu tho project for presenting a
bronze statuo of Washington to Franco In
return for their gift of tho Statuo of Liberty,
It was decided that Mrs. Field, as tho
president of tho society, should bo empow
ered to engago tho services of tho Sculptor
Story for this purpose. It Is otlm-itcd that
the sum of $!!3,000 will be raised, and this
Mrs. Field will oiler to Mr.- Story upon her
arrival lu Europe early In June, as It Is de
sired 11' possible to havo tho work done by
au American. Should Mr. Story decline,
the oiler will then be mado to Miss Whit
ney. In tho circular prepared by tho
ladles for distribution is slated tho follow
ing: "It seemed to mauy that It would he a
fitting thing for thowomeuof America to
oflcr to France some memorial which shall
convey to tho picseut and future genera
tions our grateful remembrances, and
strengthen the ties which bind tho two
great Itcpubllcs of tbo old world
and tho now. An association of women
from all parts pf tho Ciantry has
therefore been formed, who pro
po60 for tho purpose tho gift of a
bronio statuo of Washington, whoso life
and character symbolize, not only to tho
American mind hut In n great degreo to
tho world, and especially to Franco, what
Is most valuable in our national Hie and
Constitution. The headquarters of tho
association aro at Washington, and tho
names ot tho ofllccrs arc at ouce a guar
antee for !hc performance of tho trust and
an evidenco of tho general desire for Its
accomplishment. It is estimated that
about (S.'.OOO will ho sufficient for tho
work, and, to ralso that amount, tho asso
ciation asks tho co-opcratlon of all who feel
Interested in tho object. Mr. E, Francis
Biggs, of Hlggs it Co., Bankers. Washington,
will act as treasurer. Small donations can
ho sent lo anv of tliehtiicgwhoso natnesara
appended. Vice-presidents: .Mrs. L. l
Morton. Mrs. John Sherman, Ohio; Mrs.
Henry II. Payne, Ohio; Mrs. Charles Man
dcrson, Neb ; Mrs, James McMillan, Mich.:
Mm. Itobert S. Green, N. J., .Mrs. L. I). M.
Sweat, Mc; .Mrs. Nathan Applcton, Boston;
Mrs. James L. Bradford, La.; Mrs. Living
ston Mlins. Ga,; Mrs. Georgo Adams, III.,
Mrs. William L. W'lioclcr, Itoston; Mrs.
Cbatard, Md.; .Mrs. Georgo 8. Frascr. N.
Y.; Mrs. Whltclaw Held, Paris, Francs;
Mrs. John 1', Jones, Nov.; Mrs. Georgo
Hearst, Cab: Mrs. Eugene Halo, Mc.; Miss
Kvarts, N. .; Miss Florcnco Bayard, Del.;
Miss Allco Longfellow, Boston; Miss Wil
liams, Md.; Miss Ames, Mo.; .Mrs. Georgo
Gould, Troy, N. Y.: .Mrs. Henry Butler, N.
Y.; .Mrs. James K. Kellv, Ohio; Mrs. II. D.
Green, Ohio; Mrs. Charhs Munu, Washing
ton. Tbo engagement is announced of Colonel
Oliver Pajne, brother-in-law of cx-Seeio-tary
Wbltnoy, to Mrs. Randolph, sister of
.Mrs. Carrie May Wright.
Miss Edith Caid left the city on Tuesday
with Mrs. Aucrbacb to spend a month o'r
two as her guest lu Minnesota.
Dr. Hepburn Ynrnall will sail for Europo
Juno 15 to attend tho Medical Congicss.
A high degreo of mental culture does
not seem to prevail among tho icsldcnts ot
the suburbs of tho National Capital. Re
cently a young engineer, sent out by tho
B. .fc It. Road to survey hind In tho vicinity
of Trinidad, on that line, met, upon his
arrival at that place, a rather Intelligent-looking
man trundling a baby
carriage. Tho engineer, not certain as to
whether or not ho had arrived at tho de
sired locality, accosted the stranger with
an Inquiry as to tho namo of tho enter
prising jouug settlement. "Trinidad,"
was tho reply. "But I don't know whether
the name Is taken from tho Bible or 'Trin
idad tho Sailor.'
The Mikado'' lr the Carleton Com
pnny. The Mikado will bo produced by tho
Carleton OperaCompany at tho Grand
Opera House Monday evening. The opera
will bo eupcrbly cast with the entire com
pany, and will bo the occasion of the first
appeal mice of Miss Clara Lane, who has
been 111 simo the company arrived in Wash
ington. She has entirety recovered, and as
sho is a great favorlto In this city sho will
bo accorded a most hearty welcome. Tho
balance of the cast will Include Alice Vin
cent as I'itli Sing, Marlon Langdon as t'ecp
llo, Olarn Wisdom as Kut!ha,'V. T. Carle
ton us The MUadu, Alice Carlo as Xttnk!
J'oo (the only lady who has- ever attempted
this role), J. K. Murray as I'noh Huh, Miles
Barker as -I'teh Tuih, and Charles I. Mgc
lou as Am An.
ainutl Granger lit tho National.
An event of unusual Interest in a the
atrical scuso will bo tho production of
Lucy Hooper's play, "Inherited," at the
New National Theatre on Monday night.
It n 111 also lnnrk tho roflnnenriinen In
this city after an absence of threo years
of tho distinguished emotional actress,
Maudo Granger, supported bv a competent
company, of which Harry Malnhall, tho
popular California actor, will bo tho
leading man. At tho present time,
of course, considerable lntorest
centres In Mrs. Hooper's play. It will bo
Its flrbt pioductlon In this country, with tho
exception of ono performance given of tho
piece at the Madison Square Thcatro
last winter by Mr. A. M. Palmer's.
Company. Tho play was oilglnally
produced In Fails at tho Thcatro do P Vp
nllcatlon about a jear ago, when Miss
Nettle, tho talented daughter of the au
thoress, appeared lu it, playing tho leidlng
rolo In French, aud supported by a
company mado up fiom tho
conservatoire. Mrs. Hooper was
anxious to havo tho play introduced lu
America, and when the peerlcfs Granger,
who saw it In Paris, made her an oiler sho
accepted It at once, as she cousidorcd her
the ono emotional actress of this couutry
as best suited to tho play. In
Intense emotional roles the beautiful
Granger has no peer unless It bo Clara Mor
ris. As Mrs. Hooper Is a great favorite in
this city hi society and literary elides a
representative gathering may lio expectod
Monday night to sec the Initial production
of tho play with Maudo Granger. "Inheri
ted" will be tho Mil for tho week with tho
Little Nugget" nt Harris' Jtljou.
"Iho Utile Nugget" is tho title of tho at
traction that will bo offered at Harris' Bijou
Theatre this week, commencing to-morrow
night. Herbert aud loo Cawthorn aro tho
comedians, and they havo with them a com
pany that piomlscs a great deal In tho way
of songs, dances, witticisms and special
tic"?. Miss Goldthw ait plays the soubretto
part from which the ptay takes Its title,
fcho Is described as vivacious, talented and
original. Fun Is tho pilmary object of. tho
pcrfoimancc. While tho play has a story
of Interest, It Is the amusing phaso ot it
that Its strength rests upon, it is a whirl
of merriment from start to finish, and has
made thousands laugh lu a most rofeshing
manner. Muchattcntlonhas been doVotcd
to the musical portion of the performance,
tho "Nugget Quartette," au organization
of more than usual merit, being ono ot tho
fealures lu this line. I'sual prices and
A Great Illll at Kornnii',
There wil lbe a great bill at Kei nan's Thea
tio next week. In addition to the Atkins-
Crolltis' Specialty and Dramatic Compauy
thero will bo a boxing tournament every
night. On Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings tho realistic Western play,
'A Checkered Life," will bo given, and on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday tho great
New York detective drama, "Tho Police
Alarm," Introducing a real patrol wagon
and tho wondciful tralnod ponies, Theso
plays aro full ot excitement, fun and ro
mance, aud havo never failed to attract
Immense audiences wheicver they wero
shown. Nlmblc-flngercd "Crayon Bill"
w 111 draw some ot tho prominent men of
tho day, while "Buckskin Charllo,'1 tUo
cowboy pianist will entertain tho audience
in a novel manner. Tho ilstlc bouts ovcry
evening will ho between all coiners, and
Jack Fogartj-, who had tho great battlo
with Jack Dcmpsry, and Jimmy Rvan,
who fought two draws with tho "Non
pareil." On Friday night Georgo North
edge and Hilly McMillan, bis late oppo
nent In tho District championship fight,
will give an oxhlbltlon of scientific spar
ring. Georgo E. Atkins aud Edith Crollus
win take iho loaning parts in tho dramas.
Tho entertainment In Us entirety will ho
well worth seeing.
Tho Globe Theatre
Threo shows In ono will be put on tho
boards at tho Globe Theatre next week.
Georgo Franco and Lulu Dclmay In their
Western border drama, "Wild Cat Noll,"
with new sceulo effects, properties, etc. A
plctureequo femalo minstrel scene, Hall's
Congress of Speciality Stars aud scientific
6parriug bouts at each performance with
other vaudollle novelties, will makoup a
programmo that will bo welt worth witness
ing. Iho entire programmo will bo given at
tho usual matinees, Monday, Wodncsduy,
Friday and Saturday. Amateur night every
The Greatest Sliow,"
After channlug tho little princesses ot
Euglanil, daughters ot tho Prluco of Wales,
and hosts of tho children ot tho nobility ot
Europo, Bamum A Balloy aro going to
cause a lluttcr In the hearts ot tbo little
folks Id this city by bringing their European
show here, and what a wealth of wonders
and embarrassment of features llarnum it
Balloy havo collected for exhibition In their
Greatest Show on l'ai th thin jonrl Uiigos,
steam musical chariots and others, wild
beasts, horses in tho horso fair, trained ani
mals, herds of elephants, hippodrome races,
threo circus companies, two menageries,
aviary, 1,200 performers, an army of cm
plojcs, and, lu fact, everything that money
Besides all this, tho Imro Klralfy's"Noro,
or the Destruction of Homo," undoubtedly
the most Instructive, a well as thocraudost
spectacle, ever produced. Four trains of
ralhoadcnrs, etc.; more In reality than was
ever exhibited before in tiny country nt ono
time, all of It ncWi bright, rich aim grand,
anil the lone of tho whole pure, moral and
conspicuously clean. Barnuin A Balloy
havo certainly a great show, and thoyaio
both gieat men, ns well as being Iho licnc
factors of tho public nnd the toaehers of
Their whole undivided, shows will he
licit- on Mar 14 and 15, and tho great fico
street parado takes placojii.tho morning at
0 o'clock. ' '
Tho ItoRUtlful In Art.
All thoso who Ilka to look upon the
beautiful la art should not fall to visit
tho magnificent stores of William II.
Vccrhoff, Nos. 1)10 and -411 Seventh
street and 1221 Pennsylvania avenue,
where pictures, frames and orory thing
In thnt lino can bo found in abundanct
and at prices lo suit the times. An in
spection will rcpny you.
One Girl's Succpsr on I1t Stage.
From the nttatMiMtl 'Jeleqiaph,
Miss Jessie Carson drives tho stage
between Osage and Park Rapids, Minn.
Sho has done It forycats, ranking three
trips a week summer and winter and
often with tho thermometer down to 10
Tho Surest Hide.
Fioii JlatptT't l!a;nr.
Mtlkmnn (to applicant for situation)
You havo had experience, havo you!
Applicant Oh, yes, sir.
"On which side of u cow do you sit
"The outside, sir."
Wftlt Till Nnxt Winter.
From the Loulnllle Conilr-Jouriul.
Let us bo patient. The winter of
1600-91 may hi Ing everything all right
in rho ice business. Icicles a foot long
may grow on General Gtecly's whiskers
bcfoio another spiingtlmc.
Leisure for tho T.uborer.
J'lom Ihr Lonhtllle Cotirltr-Jotiimil,
The Pennsylvania Protectionists aro
paing foreign pauper Tabor 11 fly cents
toll dollar a. clay. This will enable
American label to devote itself more to
Itotteiniess AVhtuli SmulW' '
Fiom tlie Chlatno Tlinte. tfSf
iNotwithstnnding iho large amount of
ico in and about tho "While House,
which Mutt Quay makes his headquar
ters these delightful spring days, thcro
is a very rank, unsavory and Incicns
ingly disagreeable odor otising from tho
said Senator's political reputation.
One Ulltuxeil Article.
J'lvm trie Ht.J.oith I'ost-IUtjiatclt.
The McKiuley Tariff bill taxes
nearly everything which comes to this
countiy except cheap fotcign labor.
Low wages will, therefore, continue to
bo paid for tho manufacture of high
pi iced goods.
The Duty Cork.
1'iorn (he H. J'aul I'toneer 1'iesi.
The proposed duly of fifteen conts
per pound on coiks will not matci hilly
nlTcct the jug trade lu prohibition Iowa.
Tho jug 13 seldom corked in that State.
The Charge AcilnitQuny.
Fiom the Sinliigjtdil Jltjniillean.
Tho charges against Quay aro sup
poited by abuudant evidence. This
makes the issue so diicct that tho Sen
ator from Pennsylvania will have to
face it, and tho matter cpneerns tho
wholo American people. It cannot bo
possible that tho moral sense of the.
nallon will remain unmoved In tho fauo
of such an exposure ns this.
Bloomer una lllooinerx,
Fiomthe AV- Tori llttahi.
The case of Mrs. Uloomcr Is a singu
lar example of persistency and false
hood. That lady has sovcial limes
written to the newspapers declaring
that she did not invent tho fcininino
tiouseis that bear her name. Yet tho
celebration of her golden wedding
causes tho old statement to bo repeated
from one end of tho land to tho other.
ISi-romi Hurls Kciiulillciinlain,
From the St, T.ovls Ctoie-Democmt-Tho
Austialinn ballot system Is evi
dently not so welllidapted to the work
of political and moral progress in Ithodo
Isln'nd as a good many people wcio led
to believe a few days ago.
Worse Tlinn llurclur.
From the . .ohM I,t-IHiati .
The locks of the Government vaults
aro said to bo so Insecure that an expert
burglar could open the doqrs with case.
But burglars and weak locks aro not
half so much to bo feared ns subsidy
raiders and weak Congressmen.
The Intention ot rrlullng.
Fiomlhe ( Inclnnatl Jfnquleer
Germany is to celabralo this year
what sho calls "the four hundred ontl
fiftkth anniversary of printing." Prob
ably this Is all right so far as Europo is
concerned; but did not tho despised
heathen Chlneo print from movablo
types at least COO yeais beforo Fnustus?
Still In the licet or .Stiimllng.
.Fiom the Xtie York Timet.
But Quay will still have tho undi
minished confidence and nttcntlvo car
of tho pious nnd faithless President
Harrison; ho will still bo listened to,
Cilnced to and obeyed by the sickening
hypocrite "Wannmaker. Ho will still
be moro authorltallvo and potout than
any other man in tho councils of the He
An Occult Iiilluetito,
From IU Xtw YorK CommtTtkil-Aiieertiter.
A sraait Chicago lawyer has discov
ered that tho word "unlto" is composed
of the somo letters as the wotd "untie."
Perhaps thero is somo occult Influence
in this that has operated to make Chi
cago the great invoice ccutro of the
I.oh'd Open Letter',
From the Boston Herald,
Tho cxposuro of tho character of
Senator Matthew S. Quay by that dis
tinguished Republican, Henry C. Leu,
Is Iho most Impresslvo political feature
of the day. It Is dlflloult to see how
those-moral and religious mon, Presi
dent Harrison and Postmaster General
I Wnnamakcr, can disregard It.
Ajttiiiiisnor u van's i.uuruitK.
It Is Delhrrrit Union, t'nrillmil lllli.
Iioin iiml l.iirce Audience.
There was a distinguished gathering
of Catholic clergymen on the stage at
Lincoln Hall last evening on tho occa
sion of Aichblsbop Kyhu'B Icctuto on
"Our Chtlslian Clvlll7ation and How
to Preserve It." His Kmlncucc Cardi
nal Gibbons was piescut aud Intro
duced lliclcclurcr. On tho stage, also,
weio Archbishop Ireland, Hector
Kcancof Ihu Catholic University, Kev
I. Ifnicns llichards. rector ot George
town College, nnd nearly all tho Cath
olic clergv of this cltv. The auditorium
of the house was filled lo lis utmost
capacity by the laigo audience.
In introducing Archbishop Ilyan Iho
Cnulinal was very complimentary. He
said the lectin cr was so well and favor
ably known hero that a lcnglhy Intro
ductlon would bo llko writing a dull
prcfaco to an Interesting book. In ic
turn the nichbishop thanked tho cardi
nal for his complimentary Introduction,
because not only his exalted position,
but his sound judgment rendered his
words most gratifying. Ho said that ho
fc)t the moro pleased because, though
the picscnt lecture wasdclircicd in sub
stanco before the Senato and House of
Ilcprcscntativcs of Missouri some yoats
ago, it had not been published, nnd ho
was gratified to find tho same line of
argument followed by his eminence in
his ndmlrablo book, "Our Christian
Ilciltago," showing that they perfectly
agreed on what is most important and
opportlino for tho present age and cir
cumstances of the countiy.
The lecturer contrasted civilization
wllh Paganism, and caused much
laughter by describing tho Pagan idea
of killing oil the old men when they be
come too nged to bo longer useful to
the State or Church. Tho perpetuity of
civilization, he snid, depends on the
strength and continued growth of
Christianity. The lecture netted about
$1,000, which will be applied lo build
ing a new parsonage for St. Augustine's
Christian Emloavor Arrangement.
The Chttstlan Endeavor Societies of
tho District who arc to attend the con
vention to be held In St. Louis in June
next will leave via the Baltimore and
Ohio Itallroad at 0 a. in. Juno 10 on
n special train carrying tho delegations
fiom Xew Yoik, Connecticut nnd Mary
land. Stops will bo made at Harper's
Perry, Mountain Lake Park and Cum
berland. Tho tiaiu will arrive at St.
Louis on the evening of June It. On
the return tiip tho delegates from Cou
ncctlcilt and Now Yoik will stop over
ono day in Washington as the guests of
Christian Endeavor I'nion of tho His
toid of Columbia.
John CliumlKirlln Occupies Ttci ISeila.
j Ft cm the Xew l'oi Lists'.
John Cliambcrlln, Iho "Washington
cateicr, has just come back from n trip
to Chicago, no had a great experience
out thcic in trying to accommodate
himself, to his fi lends. The proprietor
of thcjllotel Kichclicu is an old friend
and Insisted thnt Chambcrlin should
have thcrbcsl room In that elegant hos
telry, while "Jim" Brcslin of tho Gtlsoy
Housewho is out there tunning tho
AuditoiiUm Hotel, had tin apartment
piepaied for Chambcrlin which a king
might envy. The jolly Washlngtonlan
did not feci like nfliontiug cither filend,
so ho kept the key of both rooms and
occupied them alternate nights.
That interview Agnln,
Fiom tlie Scie l'oil Vress.
I understand that Pred. Ctnwford,
the World leportcr whose interview with
Giover Cleveland was challenged indi
rectly by Mr. Cleveland's ft lends, has
written a plniu and dispasslonatarclt
oration of the interview, with such ad
ditions of facts and of Mr. Cleveland's
conversation as to justify himself beforo
tho public and furnish convincing-evidence
that ho neither overstepped tho
bounds of journalistic courtesy nor mis
represented Mr. Cleveland. "When,
where or how tho statement will be pub
'llshed I do not know, but I am told that
Mr, Cleveland, who objected to tho
dragging of women into public print,
Xill be directly charged by Mr. Craw
fOid with having made uso of an ex
pression of profane nature reflecting on
Mr. liana's maternal ancestor. Evi
dently tho last of this unfortunato inter
view cplsodu will not be heard for
many a day.
THE PETTY HUMORISTS.
First F.dltor (after reading a windy con
tribution) Pretty fruitless.
Second Editor Yes, nothing but leaves!
Kahbang What rot all this talk about
men having come from mouLcjs.
Soltpate Naw, bah jove, jou'ro right,
ol' fellah. Perfect nonsense.
Haltbang Do jou fawncy that any fel
lah looking at us could Imagine that wa
have risen from monkeys?
Softpate BIscn from moukojs, mc bo?
OI couibowc hac not.
I gave It days of earnest toll.
I burned whole lots of midnight oil,
Until at length I brought to life a won
dious little sonnet.
I sent It to the editor,
ills answer sent mo calls for war
"Your paper 1 return to you because you've
written on It." Chicago Herald,
Author Here, you ushers, stop that
noise. Can't you let the audleuco do tho
applauding If thejwantto?
ushei Wot's do matter wld your
Maybo you'r running dls show. Dat actor
has got tocoisoout tree times yet bcfoio
ho gets tlnough.; America,
He was a Kafl'.r bold,
Sue was a Zulu maid;
All his deep love ho told
As o'er the sand they strayed.
Pleasant their lives imut be;
Theirs was simplicity,
i uero was no guuo.
Plain In their Happiness,
Slm'plo their stle of dress,
Shown hi no fashion book;
All ho woro was a look
Brimful of tenderness-
&$" .Vvuhant Tratelltr,
A Ore lit Murnl I.oson,
Fiom the Albany Aram.
In view of lecent newspaper revela
tions it might uot be amiss for Sir,
John 'Wanainaker to picscnt Mr
Matthew S. Quay to his Sunday-school
class as u filghtful example.
A l'ONDKIIODS DEFINITION.
A magazine writer clchnos humor to
The revelation or perception ot tho sur
prising or tho incongruous In cases or
undrrclicuuistauces where tho mind per
ceives a parallel or concurrent Ideal or
possible oxpectedness or congrulty, gen
erally of a spiritual nature.
That's all right, but whero does the
laugh come int
U-slory and basement 10-room brick
house; all modern Improvements; situate
Second streat. between O and D so.
lit) Price, $0,000.
S-storv f ramo houso.wlth largo lot: situate
on Sixth street, between H and O so.
277 Frlco, $,1,000.
3-story brick house, containing 0 rooms
and bath; size of lot, 18x70; situato on U
10S Price, $0,000.
8-story Biid back building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Impiovo
ments; situato on corner of Ninth und C
182 Pi ice, 13,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms and bath;
situate on L street, between North Capitol
aud First streets uw.
403 1'ricc, $2,M0.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern Improvements; situate No. 92 1
E street nw.
428 Price, $10,r,00.
8-story brick house, 10 rooms; slzo of lot.
25x125; situato No. 1422 N st. nw.
281 Prlco, $10,000.
2-story and basement; brick houso, 7
rooms and bath; situato on Now Hampshlro
avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw,
4G9 - Prlco, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brick house; situato on
Cleveland avc., bet. 12th and 13th, W and
405 Price, $1,000.
2-story 0-room brick houso, on Wallach
481 Prlco, $4,300.
2-story 0-room brick houso; situate on
442 Price, $.",100.
3-story brick house, containing 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern Improvements;
situato No. 1220 Q'st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north side of
G St., wide front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A large stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under Ieaso to good tcuant,
paying U percent.
317 Prlco, $23,000.
404 Frame dwelling, Grant ave., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
400 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Prlco.
480 8-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L
st. so. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 0
rooms and bath; situato on Columbia
Heights. Prlco, $10,000.
Uonses In Aloxandrlti,'Va,
S-story hncH dwelling, 13 rooms, with
office annex aud largo side lots; situate on
cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78xS9.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms aud bath; lot 70x90; sit
uate No. 014 Prince st.
402 Price, $0,500.
8-story and back building brick houe,
containing 13 rooms; situato on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
452 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling house, built In tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x112.
391 Price, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick house,
containing 8 looms, situato on Columbus
St., near Prince.
4S3 Prlco, $2,400.
493 3-story brick dwelling nouse, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve
ments; large sldo yard; situato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposlto
Old Chiist Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is tho bebt situation In Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms One-third cash, halanco
one aud twoH-ais.
Houses at Fnlls-Oliurcli, Va.
A new cottage, 6ltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stattous. W. & O.
It. K., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A now cottago, situato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. & O. R. It., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500,
Vucnut Ground Northeast uml .South
All of square 1094 25c
" 1002 . 25e
" " South 1092 35a
" " 1030 80c
" " 1013 00c
Half of " 1111 23o
4 lots " lOSO 30c
5 " " 1095 30o
3 10S4 , 35c
1 " 1107. 20e
5 " " 1072 35c
1 " 1027 371c
4 " " 1005 40c
1 ' " 1045 42c
1 ' " 10SO 50c
1 1038 50c
3 " 1020 50c
2 " " 109S 25c
11 " " 1057 COe
2 " " 812 SOo
10 " 1059 40c
7 " " 1003 021c
Building Lots in all sections cjf, ihc City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 F Street, WusUIukiou,
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Arrival nt II. nnd 1'. Htullnn.
From Iloton in: n. m. (tally.
From Now York nnd Philadelphia 4:10, 8 00,
10. n n. m Ui, a 13, 3.10. Bjo (limited) 0.sa,
ii ml 10W p.m. dally. 1.12, B.15, mid 8.30
p. m. dally except Hnnday.
Fiom Hnlthnoro 4 10, C.30, 8 00, 8.4',, 10.1.1
II . m 8.1S, S.B, 3.10, 8.53, 0 OT, 8.30. 8.40. O.'il,
nnd 10 33 p. in dally. At 8 33. 9.05, 11.10 a.
in., 1.4 J, 3.M, 0. 10, 8.15, p.m. dully except
From Annapolis 8 00, 0,V n. m., 1.12, 5.55, 8.1)0
P. m. On HunilaTB, 5.M p. m.
i-rcim iMnpiru tuns,
mm Nliipirn Falls, Diiffalo, Klmlra and Har
rlsburff Dally 8.45 a. m. nnd 6.53 p. m. dally
risiiure llally t
From rnpe's Creek IJno 8.31 a m and 5.5
P m, dully, except Sunday.
Troin Illehmonil nnd tho South 11.84 a m
10. so ami ll.oo.ii m dally, O.SO.p m, dnlly, ox
Fiom thlcncoand l'lttoburp 0.30, 8.15 am,
y.y.v n.f.i. ft u. m. mi .luiiw.
From St. IiuU 0.30 a in and S.23 p m, dally,
Aioxannria-u.Kj, h.:ju, h.:io, 10.15, hjsi,
n in. 8. CO.
O.HV, U..W, I.1U, T.VS, U.W, lU'lU,
I) m dully. AtO.Si). 7.S3. 8.20.
iu.ru, n.iio p m
10 81, 10.35 11 m. 1.40, :1 00, 3.20, 10.10. 11.85 p
in. dally, except bimdiiy
ni.-v p ni.
rrom Cincinnati, Lonlivllle and St. Louis,
lu Chesapeake nndoliln route H.30 n. in.
Onlrt; from Cincinnati and St. LoulnC'l'.
V. V, Spcelal") at 8.50 p. m. dally.
Locnl train on O. and O. Iriun Vlrjrlnla
SprlnKs-7.13 p. m. except Sunday.
Fiom Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3.15 and 10 no p.m. dully.
From New Orleans, Montgomery, Illrmlng-
ham, Atlnntii, KnlolKh, I.ynehburK 0.51 n.
m.nnd 7. 10 p. in dally.
From Memphis. Now (iiloans, Montgomery,
Nashville, 111M0I and I.ynclibiirK-10.43 a.
m. ami 10.10 p. m. dally.
Fiom thurlotlcsvlllo and Way 2.53 p. m.
From Mnnasni, Strasbnrjr and Way 10.9 a,
m. mid 10.45 p. m. dally except Sunday.
Fiom Leebur, Kouml lllli and Points on W.
O. It. 11-8.30 11. m. dally, 3 p.m. dally,
Arrlwitn til II, anil 4).
rrom New iorK 8.40 a m
11.80 T). m. dull?. 5 n. tn ilnllr. nxpmit.
Fiom I'lilladelphlu-S. 10, 11. 15a.m., 2.10, 8,00,
0.80, 11.80 p. m. dally; 5.00 p. m. dully x
From Ilalllmoie 8 03. 8.40, 0.55, 10.20, 11.05 a.
m., 18.43,8.10,3 00, 5.20, 0.-W, 7 45, 8.00, a.'M),
0.80, 11.10, 11.80, 12.15, daily, 0.30, 7.30. 8.30,
8.50, 11. m., l.fO, 4.30, 6.00, 7.03, p. m. dully
except Sunday. On Sunday onlyut 8.80
From ClileaSoand Columbus 11.43 a. m and
4.05 ji. m. dally.
From Cincinnati, St. Iitils nnd LouUvlllo
3.50 n. m. ami 8 p. in. dnlly.
Horn Pittsburg und Clovelaud 7.10 n. m and
0 50 p. m. daily.
From Heel Park and Oakland 3.50, 11.15 a.
in. and 4 05 p. in. dully.
Trom Lexington, Wliiehontor and Virginia
Vullcy 0.30 a. m. and 3 p. m. dally, oxeept
From l'rederlek 8.23 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, G.50,
7.30 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Fiom llngorstown 8.85a. ra. dully, 0 30 a. m,
und 1.50 uml G.50 p. m. dally, oxeept Sun
day. Fiom Wuhlngton Junction and Way -3.45,
7.10, 8.83, 11. 15 a. m 1.50, 3, 4.05, 0.5O p. m,
dally; 9.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. in. dully, oxuopt
From Jloyd'sund Way 8.83, 0 30 a.m., 3,
0 50 p tn. dally; 8.20 a.m. and 7.30 p. in.
dolly, except Sunday.
From (nlthcrsbiirg and Way 7 10, 8 83 a. m
3, 0.50, 10.85 p. m. dally; 7.80, 8 80, 9..50, 11.80
11. m.,4, 7.30 p m. dally, oxeept Sunday. On
Sunday ouly. 10.83a m. and 8 p. in.
Fiom Annupolii 10.80 a. m. dally; 8.30 a. m.
and 1.50, 5.80, 7.4'j p. in. dully, except Sun
day. On Sunday only at B.so 11. tn.
Now York Stoelii.
The following aro tho prices of tho Now
York and Chicago markets 111 reported by
special wire to (J. T. Haveunur A Co., Uoom
11 Atlantic building:
STOCKS. Own 2.30
STOCKS. Open 2.30
Northwest. .114 J 114
Chicago Css 4SJ (9
Can. South. 5fl V73
Natl-ead Tbt 193 9j
U., L. ,t W.14H4 M3J
Del. iV.liud.ini 1051
F.rie 271 til
Ii. ,V N 911 91
I.. 3 110J 1105
SugarTrust. 74J 74
.Mo. Pac 71 75
N.Y.tfcN. E. 49 49
N. Y, Ceii...l0J KN
N. Pac 313 33J
do. pfd... 76? 791
. JUS. .,. 421
S. & V. Vt. 221
V3.lt lit Pac 94 i
Chi., 15. .t
Tho Chicago .llHikctx.
WHhlilnctiin stud: lxc'liango.
Bales Uegular Call 12 o'clock m,
Columbia Kailroad, 10 at 7.1. Washington
Gas, 13 at 44J; Chcbapeakc and Potomac
Telephone, 15 at 705; 5 at 70S; 12 at 70i; SO
at 70J. American Giaphophoue, 30 at 13J;
20 at 13i;60atl3; 70 at 13;1(K) at 13J;
50 at HI; 50 at 143; SO at 143; 50 at 143;50
at 143; 100 at 1IJ; 100 at 14J. American
Security and Trust Company, 25 at491;2."i
at49J;25at I0i; 83 at 4!); 23 at f.0; 23 at
50i. Pneumatic dun Carriage, 100 at 11.
Jllscellaneous Uonds U. 8. Electric
Lights lBt, 0's, 100, U. S. Electric Light
2d, 0's, 113; V. it (! It. It. 10-10 O's,
K'93-'23, 1031; W. .t G Convertible, O's,
ISO; JIasonIc Hall Ass'11, 5's, C 1S9S, 101;
Wash. Market Co., 1st Jlort., (i's, 110;
Wash. Jtarkct Co., Imp., fi's, US; Inl'd A
Seaboard Co., 0's, O lb97. -; Wiuh. I.t.
Infantry, 1st, O's, 1901 102; Wash. l,t. In
fantry, 2d, 7's, 1901,100; Wash, (las Light
Co., fcer. A, 0's, 121; Wash. Gas Light Co.,
Ser. 11, O's, 1211; Hygienic Ice Company,lst
Jioit,, Cs, 102.
National Bank Stocks Hank ot Wash
ington, 41.3; Dank otltcpubllc, 250; Jletro
polltan, 250; Central, 2S0, Secoud, 1B5;
Farmers und Mechanics', 190; Citizens',
107; Columbia, 182J; Capital, 119; West
Hallioad Stocks Washington and
Georgetown, 275; Jletropolltan, 170; Co
lumbia, 72; Capitol and Noith O Sticet,
72; Ecklngton and Soldier's Home, 77;
Georgetown and Tennallytown, 50; llrlght
Insurance Stocks Firemen's, 44; Frank
lin, 57; Jletropolltan, S3; National Union,
202; Arlington, 190; Corcoian, 041; Colum
bia, 18; German-American, ISO; Potomac,
bS; Klggs, 9; Peoplo's 58.
Title Insurance Stock' Ileal Estato
Title, 120; Columbia Title, 0; Wasklugton
Ga3 and Electric Light Stock6 Washing
ton Gas, 441; Georgetown Gas, IS; U. 3.
Electric Light, 114.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 23;
Chesapeake aud Potomac, 70; American
Jfiseellancous Stocks. Washington Jtar
ket Co., IS; Washington llrlck .Machine
Co., 325; Great Falls leo Co., 210; Hull
Kun Panorama Co., 24; National Safo De
posit, 240; Washington Safo Deposit, 130;
Washington Loan and Trust Co., 33; Na
tional Typographic,; Jtergenthaler, ;
Pneumatic Gun Carriage li; Wash, Loan
and Trust Co,, 33; American Security aud
Trust Co.. 50; Lincoln Hall, sO; Hygienic
Ice Co., 40.
'CI)lllll Olll. Ulll .1. toil l.llUlg's
slKUiiluro ns ulintv In lilue.
A (ioHlen Opportunity for tlio I. miles.
King's l'alaee, SHSeenth street north
west, will Inaugurate tho great clearing
salo on account of rebuilding.
On Ing to tho great Incruaso In our al
ready cstenle biishios aud tludooirout
adding new lines, such as dry goods, no
tions, ladles' and gentlemen's furnishing
goods, mo havo beou compelled for want of
more space to lease the adjohilug building
non occupied by tho Fair, which we antici
pate occupying by January, or at the latent
February. To combine the two stores Into
one requires extensive Improvements, and
to make room for tho builder wo are com
pelled to closo out our eutiro stock, con
sisting of ono ot tho most sUlUli aud fueh
Icliable Hues ot millinery, ladies', iuUeV
and children's cloaks, eoibets, kid gloves,
fuis, ilbbons, velvets, jerseys aud other
ai tales too numerous to mention.
What 1 one's loss Is another's gain. We
are willing to benefit our thousands of pa
trons ut tho ver height of tho season by
dispolugof our entire sUxk tit a sacrifice.
bile thoy are In need ot goods, suoh a
chaucohas never been o lie rod before, aud
M bile Me aro willing to luakotho saentioo,
we anticipate all lu need of desirable good
to embrace this opportunity. Now, bear
lu mind, every dollar's worth of goods must
be sold beforo building
Kino's Ii.h r,
811 7th st. u. w:, hot. 11 aud I M,
T is very amusing to read
the claims of some oi our
1 competitors. I hey claim
to have the best goods be
c .use they make them. Now,
it is .true beyond question
that no one firm controls
the art of making stylish
and reliable clothing.
WH do not have to take
what is sent to us by some
one who is two hundred
miles away, but we go right
into the market and SE
LECT the BEST goods and
CHOICEST patterns from
each of a dozen or more re
liable firms. Consequently,
we can get a betterselection
than if we had to depend on
the products of one house.
See OUR elegant line of
Sack and Cutaway Suits in
all the newest fabrics and
latest colorings. All thor
oughly tailored and OUR.
guarantee of their reliability.
Robinson, PaiW Co.
319 7TH ST. N. W.
l'icvalli with Us most enervating and dis
couraging effect In spring und early summer,
i hen tho das glow warmer and tho toning
effect of tho eold air Is gone Hood's Sar.a
parllla speedily ocKomes "that tiled feel
ing," whether caused by change of climate,
season or life, by ovcrwoi k or Illness and Ira
pnrtH that I eoling of strength and clf confi
dence which Is comforting und satisfying It
alSocuics sick headache, blllousnes-, lndl
"Early last spring I was ey much run
down, had ncr oui headache, felt mherabla
and all that. I was crymuch benefited br
Hood's Snrsaparllla and recommend It to my
friends." Jl ns. .1. 31. Tayioh, 1119 Euclid
avenue, Cleveland, O.
"Iliavofora lone time been ulng IIuodN
Sai-?;iparlllu,nnd, bclleio me, I would not bet
without It. As 11 spring medicine It Is Inval
uable. "-K A. liuoiii-, 130 Ontailo street,
Sold by all druggUts SI; six for S. Prepared
only by C.I. HOOD & CO . Lowell, SUs.
Illll Hoses Oik, Itollur
Lociil 'WttHther rorecmt.
For the District of Columbia, Viini
laiiil ami Virtjiiiitt, ii'ttriiin'; stnithi tty u mki
Jail tit-ihiil, "i Siitimliii night.
Dr. .lohn V. Munn, who Is engaged to
look after tho health of .lay Gouhl and
Ills family, is n foitunatc physician. A.
gentleman who saw a check from -Mr.
Gouhl lo his physician sahl it was for
$10,000, anil it was ilrawn shortly after
tho death ot Mrs. Gould.
Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk.
IN CHOLERA INFANTUM ,-NO TEETHING.
A iiukUy tstiiuilaiol I00.I f. r DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTRIENT In ullYVMiinrdlati.j.
REQUIRES NO C00KINO, KEtPS IN All CtlMATtS.
.Oi'iV '"" buok,"The Care nnd Koetllneof
DOLIBER-GOODALE CO , Doston. Mais.
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo found at -lie 10th st. 11 v. Specialties
lu Furniture, Jlnttiesi.es aud Spun lloils
made to order. Furniture and Pictures se
curely lHicked and shlnped,
Ciood Wire Mattress. . . .$2 V)
40 Pound Hair Mattress. . ..$? M
J. T. HSHFORD,
1 N FANTS -'& 1 NVALI DS.