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THE WASHINGTON CUTTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1890.
Tlio Ladles' rnvorlto Avonno Vry
Wo havo reference to the popular nnd old
ustahlNhcri houso of Mcsr William D. Clnrk
,V Co., which Is centrally located utNo. mi
Market tjpitco nnd Pennsylvania avenue
northwost. Mr. William I). Hark, thoBonlor
pattnerof tlio linn, siilil to tlio business re
porter of Tiik C'niTic tlint Ms Imslnoss this
jear, nnd specially tills soason. Is far In ad
vance; of that of lapt, nnd that ho vns much
liloarcd with tlio liulnes prospeotK, nnd
that when tlio weather was tlio least pro
pitious they had all his corn of obliging
Kalctncii could attend to. Among somo of
their latest Importations Is n largo assort
ment of hnndsotno India pongee, which nro
flno and of tho soflost cotton fabrics. Thoio
liongccs nro In euporb designs, nnd In great
demand. Theso goods are especially suit
able lor tlio present season. Thoy nlsohivo
on their counters a beautiful lino of Im
ported Ecotch glnehams of tho newest
styles, and, toelosothem out hurriedly, they
hae tcdiiccd tho price from 10 to SO cents.
Another desirable lot of those ginghams
at S3 cents. Thoy are nlso offering a
very dcslrnblo assortment of wash surahs at
M cents, richly worth SI It will please you
to oxamlno theso fabrics and note their ox
(client qiinllllcM anil values for tlio money.
1 heir Mock of all kinds of black goods was
nevorfo oomplsto as at prosont. Tholr vory
dnslrablo nnsortraent of black silk gronn
llnc. of nil tho latest woaves. aro much
sought aftor this season They aro tho solo
agents In this city forsmlth A Angell's black
hosliry, which aro warrantodnsroproscnted,
or the money refunded. Theso nro exceed
ingly deslrablo goods In the way of hosiery.
Their store Is llllod to Its utmost capacity
with one of the bot selected stooks of dry
goods that has over beforo linen tholr ploas
iiro to show to an appreciative public In tho
National Cupltal and Its suburbs. Do not
forget whllo at this atoro, ask to bo shown
tho while goods and linen department One
prlco, nnd that utilformly low, nt liottom
Tho Ecklngton cars will tnko you within
one block ol tho Circus.
ltmldnii'H Summer Styles In Vurnltn.ro,
Carpets, Ilntiy Carriages, uto.
This long-established Installment houso,
located at tun and OS.' r-ovbntli stroot north
west, Is receiving Its full supply of all kinds
of mcrchandlso that go to mako up a com
pteto outBt for ii comfortablo residence. Ills
now Hock of Itofrlgcrators, Baby Carriages
and Matting Is complete You can And Just
what you need In this rosponslblo storo. nt
each pi lees on tho Installment plan, nnd
mako your own terms. Oood delivered on
rst payment. Olve him a call.
Tho National Safe Deposit Company,
Cor. lnth St. and N. Y. Avenue,
Storago for Silverware, Jowolry. -Laces.
Fine Goods and valuables of all kinds.
Charges modcrato. Safo deposit boxes for
rent at tho vory lowest rates.
New Haven, Decombor 13, 1889.
Tho Anheuser-Busch Browlnc Association,
St. Louis, Mo.:
' Gontlomon Tho samplo of Faust Boor
lately recolvod from yon tor analysis has In
100 parts by weight tho following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract G.830
Carbonic acid gas 333
hystomatlo search has fatlod to show tho
presence of any adulterant, and tho compo
bHIou Is vory similar to that of the BoH Boer
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto.,
S. W. Johnson,
Professor of Chemistry. Yalo Colloge.
fir street and Virginia avonno southwest,
UoiiRhton Co. 'i ISxtra Bar
gains and lniliiconionts,
Ttds prominent and woll-known firm, at
1818 and UKO F Btreet northwost, will open
to day their second special sale for only one
week. Thclrobjeot will bo to give you tho
best posslblo bargains in fine furniture. This
gTcat bargain Bale Is strictly for cash. They
are displaying an Immonso Htock In all tho
newest styles and grades In mattings, rang
ing In prlco from 0to43o. Tholr lieed and
Italian furniture must be soon and examined
to bo duly appreciated. A largo asiortmont
cfbaby carriages, sold on tho Installment
plan, small cash payment, balance woekly.
s-'eo their 810 carriages they aro perfect
For spring lamb and Washington rtrosed
beef co to .1. R. Kcllv. Ninth street wing.
Centre Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
WASHINGTON IlBl'KOVEMENr CO.
Election or ) Ulcers anil Trustees A
Tlic annual meeting of the Washing
ton Improvement Company was uelil
at tuc- olllcc. B2u 1'ennsylvanla avenue
southeast, last night, which resulted In
the clccllon of the following board of
directors: M. I. Weller, E. J. Hannan,
A. B. Coppcs, James F. Hood,. G. I.
ncpctli, G. F. D.iwsnrv J. G.
Slater. A. Burgdorf, jr., W. L. Silcau.
Auditing conuuitlec, G. F. Harbin.
William Smith and William Dlctz. At
the fcubscriuciit organization of the hoard
lhcsc ofliccrs wcro installed: 31. I.
Weller, prc&Idcnl; E. J. Hannan, vice
ptesident; William L. Boleau, secretary;
A. B. Coppcs, treasurer; G. It. Ilcncttl
and J. G. Slater, trustees; J. F. Hood,
attorney. This company, which was
incorporated April, 1887, is in a very
flout ishlng condition.
Clmict Trjinplur OHIc-era Installed,
T. T. C. 3Iorris Tliorne; C. T Wil
liam Tucker; V. T., Sister J. I. Chris
llancy; S. J. T,, Helen E. Salkcld;chan
lian, .1. Wulcis; secretary, T. L. Salkeld;
financial scrivtory, I. P. Duke; treas
urer, C. K ('town; mnrslinll, George
"Long; deputy inarsbult; H. A. Sic
Shinny; assistant bcoretiiry, William II,
SalkeldjG., S. Hollldgc; sentinal, CO.
Hobcy. Oillccis of Wushlncton Lodno
No. 1. I. O. G. T.. liavc bctrn Installed
for the current quiutcr.
A rrosperlnc Street Kallxvuv.
For the first time in the history of tho
Columbia Street Hallway open summer
cars will be run over that route to-day.
Six handsome two horse coaches will be
put on first. Others have been ordered,
and will be added sluutly. Tho direc
tors have aleo ileclarcu a dividend,' pay
able on and aflcr Juno 1 next, which is
au additional evidence of success.
Overturned by a Suuull,
When the storm puma up last even
ing F. L. 311lchcll, W. A. Jackson and
L. II, Millikcn, who wcro out sailing
on the Eastern Branch, had their boat
capsized by a sudden gmt of wind.
They all escaped drowning, but Mitch
til was injured on tho shoulder and
aim when the boat went over.
Under a Uave-ln,
While digging in an excavation at
the corner of Third and D streets south
cast, yesterday afternoon, Edward
Queen, a colored laborer, was buried
beneath a bank of earth that caved in
and badly injured internally. lie was
taken to his home and received medical
Dentrllilng What Ila Saw,
A lecture was delivered last evening
ut ilic National Miibuum by Mr. Thomas
VlUon, who attended tlio Paris Expo
sition at tbc expense ot this Govern
ment. Ho described In an Interesting
manner what bo saw there, nnd used
lantern, slides to Illustrate the lecture.
New llouto to Cleveland,
Pullman sleeping cars aro now ruunlng
through from llaltlmoro and Washington to
Cleveland via Canton and Akron on Jl. it
O, R, lt. Express train, leaving llaltlmoro
dally at 8:S0 p. m., Washington 0:S0 p. m ,
arilvlng Canton noit afternoon at S;'iJ,
Akion. at l;li and Cleveland S;80,
1,0 CAT, STOCKS.
Transactions on tho Washington Kx
change Notes nnd Gossip,
The volume of business on the local
exchange 3 cstcrday was not ns largo at
A sale of $100 U. S. -Is, registered
bonds nt 102, duo in 1801, needs no
comment savo that all holdcw of llko
securities should loso no time
in letting tho Government have
tlicm on tho very liberal terms at which
they nro dally redeemed at the Treasury.
Two small lots of Ecklngton Itallroad
stock, 7 and 10 shaics, brought 81.
This is likely lo provo a good purchase,
for as llio amended charter of the road
permits It to use overhead electric wires
for a lime nt least, and come through G
street to Fifteenth, it is scarcely possi
ble that any factor can Intervene to de
It Is 11 Utile turpi Islng that there arc
continued sales ol Tennallytown Hall
road stock, at a price so near tho orlgi
110I value ns 50, at which 20 share;
wuc sold yesleiday. Tbc stock cos'
.$50 and the tnvcsloi's money has been
In it for an average of eighteen
months, It having been nnld up
in Installments, Tho conclus'on Is
that not a few comparatively poor sub
scribers who took tho stock to help tho
enterprise and liavo found tho outlay
burdensome nrc glad lo recoupo their
prlvato purses by getting back but
tho capital invested. To all such
holders the suggestion may bo timely
that $10 per share can be borrowed on
the slock at 5 or 0 per cent, inlorcst,
and that it is extremely probable that
in a few months the Increase in tho
value of the stock will amply pay them
for the trouble and interest charges.
Tho reference mado In Tiiu Cnrric
lo tho prospctlly of the IUggs Firo In
surance, as Is sometimes tho case, had
the effect of lowering tho quotations on
tho stock. Blight operators, to whom
tho prosperity of tho company was a
lcveiation. and who were supporting tho
block, doubtless camo to tho conclusion
that tho wise thing to do was to let the
pi Ice drop and buy in cheap stock, If It
could be found. Ycstcrdav 50 shares
of the Klees brought 9. rlho closing
bid was 8J; tho offering at 0.
For 20 shares of Chesapeake and Po
tomac Telephone stock 731 was paid.
Tho closing hid was nominal 721; tho
offering at 74. The exhaustive and
timely article in The Chitic concern
ing this Bccuilty leceivcd great com
mendation, and Is bclioved lo
have prevented a very considerable
selling movement and heavy
loss to tho stockholders. A banking
Aim on the south side of F slrect, near
Fourteenth, having had sight of tho
article before publication, with charac
teristic tact and enterprise ordered a
large number of copies of The Chitic
which were distribute to their customers
throuch the mails the same afternoon;
thanks for which aro still reaching
them from out-of-town service. Later
their business-like action was rewarded
with liberal orders to buv tho stock.
An encouraging straw of Graphophone
stock was wafted hithcrward from Vir
ginia's fair capital yesterday. A promi
nent official of the Postoflico Depart
ment called thither on business saw Mr.
It. S. Boswell. president of tho ''Old
Dominion" Graphophone Company.
The latter was greatly enthused over
the recent impetus, the business of his
company had experienced and said
"Now is tho time for any (well) em
phatic fool to coin money on Grapho
phone stock." A largo publishing
house in Richmond . getting out
popular works and employing agents by
the thousand all over the country to
solicit subscriptions, has been able to
keep up with the work of correspond
ence by tho use of 12 graphophoncs
100 lypcwriters. "This firm," said 3Ir.
Boswell, "has just ordorcd from our
company ten more graphophoncs."
Thcie were 25 shares of Graphophone
stock sold on the Exchange yesterday;
it brought 14. Larger offerings wcro
made at 141. Perhaps largo blocks
could be had at the same price? But an
opinion quite the contrary prevails. To
find out, let buyers scud orders to tho
Exchange for blocks of 50. Tho prlco
will hastily advance or tho stock will
have to bo forthcoming, possibly both
results will follow.
There was nothing done yesterday in
1 all road stocks. Piices continue firm.
For Metropolitan ISO Is asked; the last
sole at 175. For Belt Lino 80 asked,
with 72 bid; the last sale at 72. For
Columbia 80 asked, 72 bid.
There have been no recent transactions
in Columbia, doubtless from an antici
pation of a dividend by tho holders.
Tbis dividend has been announced and
will be paid June 1 pioximo. Tho road
is ably managed and no pains will be
spared to keep up with the spirit of the
nge In improvements. The first open
cars were put on to day. There aro six
of them, all having two horses, which
makes, with tho closed cars, ten requir
ing two horses. The dividend, though
small, is but an earnest of tho future.
The money market is much easier
than usual for tho mouth of 3Iay. A
5 per cent, rate has not prevailed except
to favored borroweis lor about nino
months. 1 cstcrday tho Old George
town Bank loaned $10,000 on U.
S. Electiic stock at par value
at 5 per cent, per annum. So many
customcis of this old institution have
made advantageous sales of property
sbovc the city that the deposits arc
probably larger than ever before.
Washington Htock Kxchange.
gales Kecular Call IS o'clock m.
Washington Light Jnfantry,Gd, $230 at 1001;
Washington Gas Bonds, B., $400 at 123.
KcklDgton and Soldiers' Homo Kallroad, 5
at E0. Georgetown and Tennallytown
Railroad, 0 at oOJ. ltlggs Insuranco Com
pany, 100 at 0. American Graphophone,
50 at Ul 55 at Hi.
Miscellaneous Bonds TJ. S. Electric
Lights 1st, 6s, 100; U. 8. Electric Llaht
2d, C's, 121; W. & G. It. K. 10-40 u's,
K'n3-'23, 10o;i W. & G. Convertible, 0's,
210; Masonic Hall Aes'n, 5's, O 1893, 103;
Wash. Market Co., 1st Mort., 0's, 110;
Wash. Market Co., Imp., 0'e, 117: Inl'd &
Seaboard Co.. 0's, C 1807, : Wash. Lt.
Infantry. 1st. 0's. 1904 101: Wash. Lt. In
fantry, lid, 7's, 1004, 00; Wash. Gas Llsht
Co., 8cr. A, 0's, 121; Wash. Gas Light Co.,
Ser. B, 0's, 121; Hygienic Ice Company, 1st
Mort., Cs, 05.
National Bank Stocks Bank ol Wash
ington, 470; Bank of Republic, 25S; Metro
politan, 250; Central, 270, Second, 1855;
Farmers and Mechanics', 100; Citizens',
1C0; Columbia, 180; Capital, 1105; West
Itallroad Btocks Washington " and
Georgetown, 285; Metropolitan, 1?2; Co
lumbia. 73; Capitol and North O Btreet,
70; Ecklngton and Soldier's Homo, 70;
Georgetown and Tcnnallj town, 50; Bright
Insurance Stocks Firemen's. 41; Frank
lin, 54; Metropolitan, S5J; National Union,
EOJj Arlington, 100; Corcoran, 04; Colum
bia, iBt; uermun-Amencan, iso; roioinac,
bS; KIkcs, 81; People's 5J
Title Insurance Stocks Ileal Esta.e
Title, 128; Columbia Title, 01; Washington
Cas and Electric Light Stocks Washing
ton Gas, -IIS; Georgetown Gas, 50; U. 8,
Electric Light, 120.
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 20;
Chesapeake and Potomac, 7Ji) American
Miscellaneous Stocks. Washington Mar
ket Co., ; Washington Ilrlck Machine
Co., 430; Great Falls Ice Co., 200; Bull
Itun Panorama Co., ; National Sato De
posit, 215; Washington Safo Deposit, 130;
Washington Loan and Trust Co., Sj; Na
tional Typographic, S5; Mcreenthaler, 15;
Pneumiflc Gun Carriage 11; American
Security and Trust Co., 505; Lincoln Hall,
j Ujglenlc Ice Co., .
Take tue Double-Deckers at Now York
avenue and Seventh street (or the circus.
1'UllLIU SCHOOL CIIANOI'.S.
An Important Mooting ol the Hoard
A meeting of tho School Board was
held last night. 3Ir. Cornish offered n
resolution, which was adoplcd, that tho
number of pupils of tho class to go Into
tho Normal School In tho coming year
fiom the Seventh nnd Eighth division?
should not exceed twenty. 3Ir. Cornish
said ho was actuated in making this
motion by tho present large attendance
at the school and the feeling that was
cieoted when examinations were made,
there being charges of both partiality
and favoritism on the part of tho
teachers and much Jealousy engendered
nmong tho parents of the pupils ns to
who snail como out as graduates.
Itoullnc business was transacted as
follows: Applications From Alico G.
Ferguson, for position as teacher of
fccwing; fiom Alexander McArthur, for
position of carpnetcr; from L. C. Acids,
Thomas Smallwood, John A. Nichols,
Benjamin W. Smith, W. II. Smith and
Hugh 31. Smith, lor Jnnltorelilpi.
High School changes F. L. Emory,
lnstiuctor of manual'tralning, resigned,
and 3Icssrs, SIcKnabb and Chamberlain
promoted j E. J. Dakln being appointed
to fill the vacancy; Sir. Flshback pro
moted to $50 a mouth.
Promotions and transfcts JIlsscs 31.
L. Squires and Mabel Coleman, from
$400 to $450 class; O. K. Flnckel, from
second to sixth grade, to fill vacancy
caused by resignation of SIlss L. W.
Hollistcr; Blanche Smith, transferred
from first to second grade, vico -O. K.
Flnkel; A. L. Kecne, transferred from
the Soldiers' Homo School to 3Ionroo
School; 3IIss Henrietta King, promoted
to be principal of the Soldiers' Home
School; 3Iiss J. A. Winbergcr, trans
ferred from the fourth grade to tho
third grade; 3Iiss S. G. Otterback, trans
ferred from the fifth to tho fourth
grade, 3Ionroo School salary $050.
Appointments Joel Craveu. to be
janitor of Jackson School, and Francis
Smith, to bo a temporary teacher.
Leave of ahsenco for one year was
granted to W. R. "3Iyers. The commit
tee on rules was instructed to consider
tho propriety of holding tho stated
examinations in November Instead of
A TEBU'LAK OCI.13URATION.
To-Morrow Is Ascension Day How It
Will Do Celobrated.
Ascension Day will be celebrated In
a befitting manner to-morrow by Wash
ington Commandery, Knights Temp
lar, as has been its custom for several
years past, by attending Divine ser
vices. It will bo accompanied by Co
lumbia, No. 2; Do Slolay, No. 4, and
Potomac, No. 3, of Georgetown, the
sister commanderlcs of this jurisdic
tion. The services aro to bo held in
Epiphany Church, G, between Thir
teenth and Fourteenth streets north
west, and Itev. Randolph H. SlcKlm,
D. D., will deliver an address appropri
ate to tho occasion. '
Tho Templars, in full uniform, will
match from the asylum headed by the
Slarlne Band at 7:15 o'clock p. m. to tho
Colonel Tom Untortnlns.
Colonel Tom Ochiltree gave a big
dinner last night at Chamberlln's to
Senator Jones in honor of his recent
silver speech. Tho affair was a great
success. Among thoso present were
Speaker Reed, Senator Jones, Senator
Ingalls, Senator Squire. Sir. Hatlon,
Sir. SIcCook, Rcpicscntatlvcs Cannon,
Btillcrworth, D. B. nendcrson, T. J.
Henderson, Bayne and Sanford, and
kOIo Vlrclnny" Republicans.
Members of the extinct Old Dominion
Republican League met last night at
Slonumental Ilall and reorganized un
der tho name of tho Old Dominion Rei
publican Association. Tho oiliser'a
elected were E. 31. Lowe, president; S.
S. Houso, secretary; B. Taylor SIcCuc,
treasurer. Tho following commlttco
was appointed to act with tho Interna
tional League of States: E. 31. Lowe,
G. R. C. Phillips, A. W. O. Nowlln, J.
J. Vcisus, T. Brant.
no Succeeds Fraler.
Charles II. Faller has been ap
pointed a first-class private of the police
force, vice John F. Frazler, removed.
William Canatsev, John A. Hyman,
L. D. Frost and R. II. Cook have been
appointed additional policemen for duly
within the grounds of tlio Agricultural
"You must Kit to Ilerimidu. If
you do not I will not lie reipoiiNl
I1I0 lor tlio emiMcnjueiiccs." " nut,
doctor, I can ull'onl neither tlio
time nor the money." " Well, lt
tlint Is Impossible, try
OF PURE NORWEGIAN
COD LIVER OXL.
I Nniuetimes cnll It Hcrmuda Bot
tled, inn! iiiiiny cnxus nt
or Sorciv Cold
I lime CURF.I) with It; mid the
nilrnutwre 1 that the most mciihI
tlve htoiiiuf.li ran tnko It. Another
thlnp; wlilcb. riuinm-iids It Is tho
Ntlinulntlnif properties or tho lly
popluiKpIiltes which It contains.
You will Hurt It tor snle at your
llriiKKliil'4 but hco you get tlio
orlgliinl SCO'JT'M i:Ul.ItN."
EXTRACT OF BEEF
lNCOSirAIUBLE IN FLAVOR.
Uto lt for Beef Tea, Soups, Sauces (Game,
Fish, &o.) Asplo or ileat Jelly.
Ono pound of Extract of Beef equal to
forty pounds of lean beef.
(enuliio only iitli llio xlgmitnro of
J. ion IJelilir, ns Nhonuuboto, in hlno
Orand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purohaaera Is Invited to
"NEW AIITI8TIO STYLES,"
Flnlshod In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS POH BENT.
Second-hand Pianos atAUPrtoss.
WM. 'KNABB & Co.,
817 Market Space.
Intercsllnc I'xetclocs nt Lincoln Hall
The rain poured down without, but
the scene within Lincoln 31uslc Hall
last night was ouo of beauty, tho occa
sion being tho commencement exercises
of the class of '00 of tho medical and
dental departments of tho National
University. The hall was filled In every
part, and among thoso on tho stage wcro:
Justice Miller of tho United States Su
premo Court, ex Justice llaoArthur of
tho District Supremo Court, nnd vice
chancellor of tho unlvorsity; Justice
Strong, Hon. W. O. Wltlcmorc, ex-Dls-tilct
Commissioner Webb, O. II.
Claughton, Eugene Carusl, and 31. G.
Emery. Tho United States 3Iatlno
Band furnished tho music.
Prayer was offered by itov. Qcorcc
Elliott, after which Justice Sillier, chan
cellor of the university, awarded di
plomas to tho following graduates:
Doctor of Slcdicinc Charles 31. Hit
chanan of Virginia, Finloy II. Calvert,
D. D. S., of Louisiana; John A. D.tly,
D. I). S., of Washington; Itichard 6.
Fisher of Pennsylvania, Edwin Glad
mon, Phar. D.. of Virginia; Charlos S.
Hpdgson of Washington, A. F. 31c
AInslcr of Canada.
Doctor of Dental Surgerv Richard
P. Cronln of Washington, William B.
Daly of Washington, J. W. Holllngs
worth of Virginia, Thcodoro A. Erck
of 3Ilssouri, Herbert B. Hoag of Now
York, Benjamin F. Odell of Illinois.
Dr. Louis Koliplnskl, professor of
surgciy, delivered the address to tho
graduates, and Dr. Charles 31. Bu
chanan of the medical department the
valedictory. The Newton prizes in
mcdic'lnc and dentistry were awarded to
Charles 31. Buchanan and Thcodoro A.
Erck, and tho Grinder prize lo T. A.
MILLIONS OP ANIMALS.
You Cannot See TI10111, lint You BInr
Bo Devoured by Them If You Are
Not on Your Unnrd,
Jlal-aria bad air. What Is "bad air?"
It Is air loaded with millions of minute ani
mals too small to bo seen by tho naked oyc,
and every 0110 of them poisonous. Look
at a sunbeam whero It comes streaming
through your window and notlco tho mil
lions of atoms ot dust that It contains. You
do not sec this dust except as It Is mado
'vislhlo in a sunbeam. Then think how
many thousands of millions of smaller ani
mals thcro must bo In every breath drawn
Into tho lungs and not one of which can be
scon! But they must live, and they do live
upon that portion of the human body
which they can get at. This Is malaria. Is
II any wondor that nearly every man and
woman Is troubled with lt? Is It not rather
a wondor that thoy aro not troubled more?
Hut what can be done? Kill tho germs.
How? Nothing so quickly and cortalnly
does It as 7t(re whlskoy. Nothing so cer
tainly Injures as Impuro whlskoy, and no
whiskey was over known that Is bo abso
lutely pure In every respect as Duffy's Puro
Malt. Professor Henry A. Mott of Now
lork declares It; Mr. William T. Cutter
State Chemist of Connecticut, unhesi
tatingly asserts it; all prominent scientists,
doctors and professors who havo Investi
gated lt fully agree and arc unqualified in
Any man or woman who fools tired, weak,
exhausted, despondent, with all tho signs
of malaria and malarial poison, should not
delay and cannot do better than to use. In
tlio propor manner nnd with moderation,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Bo carerul
in purchasing It, howover, to secure tho
gcnuluo. Like other valuable things, lt
has Imitations, and many dealers nro dis
honorable enough to try and sell other and
Injurious goods. Do not bo deceived, but
Insist upon having tho genuine.
Now Sleoplnc Cars to St. Louts.
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars now run
tin ough loSt. Louis, via Cincinnati, on tho
Baltimore and Ohio Vesttbulo Limited,
leaving uammorc uatiy at :w p. m Wash
ington at 3:30 p. m., arriving St. Louis next
afternoon at 0:45. A similar service is
maintained on the B. ik O. Express leaving
Baltimore dally at 10:20 p. m., Washington
11:30 p. m., arriving St. Louis the second
morning at 7:45.
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Wo would specially call attention Id our
facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages.
OUR POSTERroomls replete wltha variety
of "largo" typo, suitable for this olass of
In all Its branches. OUR BINDERY is fitted
with the latest styles of hook-folding and
wlro-stltchtng machines and Is therefore
capable of competition with any of the largo
New York houses.
BEST OF WORK AT THE LOWEST POSSI
1107 i; Street A'ortlwoMt.
The Oldest Established Printing Houso in
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY nOUSE
IN THE CITY.
A Special Line of the Latest Novelties In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Danco Pro
grammes, etc, with Envelopes to Slatob,
LEUAI. WOKK A Hl'EGIALTY
And Every Kind of Book Printing
Executed and at Lowest Rates.
Cliartorcd by Spoolal Act of ConRrosa,
JANUAItT 29, 1307.
cspitou - - -
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS BUHGT'AIt AND FIItE-PIlOOF
Contained In Its FIItE-PROOF DUILDINO,
N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave.
orrosiTE u. s. tkeasuuy.
office nouns, o a. si. to 4 p. si.
Wo hereby announce to tho publlo that we
tho members of theSyndlcato must positively
cloeo out S90.000 ot our enormous stock ot
clothing for tho benefltot Sir. A. Sustlc, who
Is obliged to withdraw from tho firm on ac
count of his health. Wo havo decided to close
out this amount ot goods In tho next
This sale wilt positively not commences
TWENTY-FOURTH DAI OF APRIL,
AT 9 O'CLOCK.
This Is neither a Are, assignee's, creditors'
nor bankrupt sale of cheap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly legitimate bona-lldo sale, car
ried on by responsible persons, who do not
wish to rob people by giving cheap, shoddy
goous ana cnargmg exoroiinm prices, i ncse
prices speak for themselves:
Fancy Worsted Pants, 97C; positively worth
Stcn's Evening Pants, all wool, $1.0!, worth
Slen's Dress Pants, S2.20; worth 53.
Men 's Suits, 84.25; worth 89.
Slen's All-Wool Serge Suits (blue and
brown), $5.02; worth 812:
Slen's Dress Suits, $8.25; worth 817.
Slen's Real Flno Prlnco Albert Suit;, Stt.02;
GOODS NOT SATISFACTOUY. SIONEY
IlEFUNDED, at tho Largo Threj-Story (RIloy
Corner of Ninth and E Stree's H. W,
PABST BREWING CO.,
Tormerly the Phil. Best Browing Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIC.
Especially Good for Famllv Use.
Beneficial or Weak and Dobllltated Persons.
SIANAQER WASHINGTON BRANCH,
703 and T05 North Capitol Street.
Telephono 273. apS
And yon will always have boautlful Bread.
Rolls and Biscuits.- Wholesale Depot, oor
uor First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T A OO.
1IUTJSZH jLNJt RE8TA.VIlJ.NTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors in the city. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor.
Army and Navy Headquartera.
Four Iron Fire Esoapoi.
TKKMS-S3.00 and 11.00 Per Day.
Corner 16th and I streets northwest,',
Opposite HoPberson Square.
U. M. CAKE,
O. U. STAPLES, late ot Thousand Isl. Houso,
T. JAMES UOXEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE..
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
JAMES II. McGILL.
008 to 914 Q street northwest.
Portland Cement, Roscndalo Cemont,
King's Windsor Cement-full cargoes arriv
ing fresh overy week. Rolled Iron Beams
and general building Iron work, Enameled
Brloks, Fire Bricks, Flro Clay. Pulp Mortar
Black, Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Pol
ished Plato Glass. Estimates for Window
Glass, Plato Olass, Iron Work and other
Building Supplies made at all times promptly.
JAMES II. McGILL,
apl7-lm m to Oil Q st. n W.
I CERES 10
Main Store, 916 7th
Pa. Ave. and
FINE 1U-MIDE CLOTHING,
NOW GOING ON, WILL CONTINUE FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY AT
924 SEVENTH STREET,
BETWEEN I ANI I STHEETS.
The recent failure of the largest clothing Arm of Boiton, Mass , has placed their stock
In the hands of the creditors, who havo decided to sacrlflco tho same bo as to convert It
Into cash within a short time. They havo shipped tlio entire stock to Washington and
havo Instructed their agents to soil the Btock at rotall nt about 60 conts on the dollar.
Bear In mind, this stock Is of this season's manufacture and was mado for the finest
Boston trade, and wo positively guarantee overy garment to bo porfoct In stylo, fit and
workmnnshlp. An Inspection of this ttoek will convlnco you that tho abovo are facts.
NOTE SOME OF THESE PRICES:
1740 pairs Mon's Pants at Mc; former price. $1 .
1200 pairs Mon's Pants nt 75c; " S1.C0. .
7C0 pairs Men's Dross Pants, $1.50; former prlco, S3 25.
7C0 pairs Men's Flno Dress Pants, 8; former prlco. 84.50.
1SC0 pairs Men's Extra Flno Dross Pants. 83; worth 80.50.
Largo lot of Tallor-Mado Pants at St, 81.50 and $5, worth 310.
CC0 Men's Every Day Suits, 82 60; former price, 85. .
C50 Men's Business Suits, St; former price, 88.50.
1050 Men's Better Quality Business Suits, S0.50: formor price, 811.
5C0 Men's Evening Suits, S8.E0; former prlco, 8,17.
500 Men's Dress Suits. $10 and 812, worth double
Boys' Suits, Long Pants, at 81.50, worth $3.
" " 3.E0, " 85 50.
" ' " " 4 00, " 8.00. , , ,,
" " " " $3, it, S8 and $10, worth double
Children's Suits at 75c, 81.85, 81.75, $2.50, $3,84 and $6, worth double
Knco Pants, 2Jo and upward. . , , , . . .,,,.
Included in this stook Is a largo lot of Flno Pants, mado to order, for 83, $10 and $12;
also Fine Suits In Sacks, Cutaways and Princo Alberts, whloh wcro made to measure, at
$35, $40 and S45, which you can buy at 40 per cent, of their real value. A full lino of Light
and Heavy Overcoats, which will ho sacrificed. Boar In mind overy garment must bo
as represented or wo rotund your money within throo days,
a his Great $200,000 Salo will continue for a short tlmo only at
924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets.
Store open till 9 p. m. Saturdays. 11 p. m.
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and Xew York Ave. 1ST. W.
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This Is thfi Lowest Ptlce Good Lumber has ever reached, as nil old
buildcts will know at once.
LlBBEY, BlTTIWGER & MlLLER
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND HILL WORK.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HAKE TEA OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLE eV THE
WASHINGTON IGA5LIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
BUT YOUR TBOTKS AID IAMESS
455 Seventh St. N. Y next to Odd-Fellows' Hall,
St. Branches, 1221
411 7th St.
IN 10 OR 15 UIN0TE3.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Kputo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Dotlblo Track. Splendid Sconery,
Steel Balls. Magnl Occnt Equipment!
In effect May 11, 1S90.
Trains leave Wafhtngton, from station, cor
ner of Mxth and B streets, as follows:
Fon PiTTcncna and tho Wost, Chicago Limited
Ilxpross or Pullman Vcstlbulcu Cars at
10.50a m dally; Vast Lino, 10.50 n m dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, with bleeping
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus: dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping
Car Altoona to Chicago. St. I.ouls, Chicago
nnd Cincinnati Express, .1.30 p m dally.
1'arlor Car Washington to Harrlsburg, and
Sleeping Cars Harrlshurg to St. Louis, Chi
cago and Cincinnati, and Dining Car Har
rlshurg to St. Louis. Western Express, at
7.40 p m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washing
tone to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting
dally nt Harrlshurg with through Sleeper
for Loulsvillo and Memphis. Paclflo Ex
press, 10.00 p in di lly, for Pittsburg and tho
nesi, wun iiiroiiEii sicopcr to r uisuurg,
nnd Pittsburg to i.'tlcago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kane, Canandalgua, Rochester nnd Ni
agara Falls dally, oxcopt Sunday, 8,10 a ra.
Fon Eiuk, Canandalgua and Itochoster dally;
for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcopt Sat
urday, 10.00 p m, with 8leoplng Car Wash
ington to Rochcstor.
Fon WimAMsroiiT, Lockllnvon nnd Elmlra,
ut.10.50 a m dully, oxcopt Sunday.
Fon WiLMAMsront dall y, !).30p m.
Fob PniLAiiELniiA, New York and tho East,
7.20. 0 00, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3 15, 4.20,
6.40. 10.00 and 11.20 p m. On Sunday. 9.09,
11.40 am, 2.10, 3.15,4.20, 10.00 nnd 11.20 pm.
Limited Expross of Pullman Parlor Cars,
MOa.ti dally, oxcopt Sunday, and 5.00 p
mdnlly, with Dining Car.
ron Pin LADEi.nru only. Fast Exprois 8.10 a
m, week-days, nnd 4.00 pm dally. Expross,
fcunday only, 5.10 pm.
Fon Boston without chango, 3 15 p m cvory
Fon BnooKi,vN, N. Y all through traln9 con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferrlago across
Now York City.
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11 40 a m wcok-days,
11.20 pin dally.
Fon BAl.TiMonE, 0.35, 7.20, 8.10. 9.00, 0,10, 10 00,
10.50, 11 00 and 11.40 a m. 12.03,2 10, 3.15, 3.S0,
4 CO, 4.20, 4.!0, 6.00, 5.40, 0.00, 7.40, 10 00 and
11.20 n m. On Sunday. 9.00. 0.05, 10.50. 11.40
nm, 2.10. 3.15, 8.80,4.00,4.20,5.00. B.40,0.00,
7 40. 10.00 nnd 11.20 pm.'
Fon Pom's CnEEK Lise, 7.20 a m nnd 4.30 p ra
dally, oxcopt Sunday.
Foil ANNArous, 7.20 end 0.00 a m, 12,03 and 1.20
P m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 4.20
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect Mar 11, 1890.
Fon Al.IXANimiA, 4.80. 0.33, 7.45, 8.40, 0.43,
10.57 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 05. 3.S0. 4.23, 4 55, 0 01,
8.C2. 10.03 and 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 4.39,
7.45, 9,45, 10.67, a m, 2.30,0.01, 8.02, and 10,05
Accojisiodation ronQuANTico,7.45a m and
4.55 p m week-days. 7.43 a m Sundays.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a
in dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m week
days. TnAs leavo Alexandria for Washington,
0.03 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m: 1.20, 3.00,
3.50, 5.10, 0.05, 7.05, 9.20, 10.37 and !t 08 p m.
On Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 5.10,
7.05. 7.29, 9.20, and 10.87 p m.
Tickets and Information at tho office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth stroet and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station,
whore orders can bo left for the checking of
baggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. H. WOOD,
,, General Passenger Agent.
CHAS. E. rUGn, General Manoger.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Schedulo In EfTect May 11, 1890.
Leave Washington from station corner ot
Now Jersey avenue and C street.
Frti Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbulcd
Limited express dally 11,30 a m, express
9.30 p m.
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Iudlanapolij.
expess dally, 3.30 and 11.30 p m.
Fon PiTTsnuno and Cleveland, express dally
9.30 a. m. and 8.40 1 m.
rou Lexington and points In tho Shenan
doah Valley, 11.30 a m.
Fon WiNciihsTEn and way Stations t5,30 p m.
Fon Lu rtAV 8.40 p m.
Fon Baltimore, week days. 4.0', 6.00, 0.35.
7.20, 7.30, 8.00, 8.30, 9 30. (11.00, 12.00, 45-mln-utes)
a m, 12.10. 2.15. 2 50, (45-mInute) 3 15,
3.23, 4.S0, 4 32, 4.60, (45-mlnut03) 0.00, 0.15,
0.20. 7.S0, 8.35, 10.30. 11.(0 p m.
rou Way &tations between Washington and
Baltimore, 5.00, 0.35,8.30 a m, 12.10, 3.25, 4.3J,
0 20, 11.00 p m. Sundays, 8.80 a m, 1.10.
3.i!3, 4.32, 0.20, 11.00 p.m.
Tiiaiks leave Baltijioue for Washlneton,
week daye, 5.00, 8 20, 0.30, 7.15, 7 20,800,
8 30, 8 33. 9 SO nnd 10.20, 10.35 a m: 18.10, 1 .(0.
2.10, 2.30, 2 50, 4.15, 5.00, 0.00, 0 20, 7.00, 7.3i)
8.20, 8.30, 9.00, 10.10. 10.20 and 11.00 p m.
Sundays, 0 30, 7.15,8 30.8 35. 9.30, 10.20, 10 35
a in; 1.00, 1.05, 2.10, 2 30, 4.15, 5.00, 0 20, 7.00,
7.30, 8.20, 8.30, 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 pm.
For Ann.u'ous, g.35 and 8 80 am, 12 10 and
4.S0 p m. Sundays, 8.TO a m, 4.32 p m.
Leave Annapolis 0.40, 8.80 a m, 12.03, 3.50
pm. Sundays. 8.S0 am, 4 00pm.
Fon stations on the Jlotropolitan Branch,
to.30, 43.30 am, 81.15 p m. For principal
stations only, tl0.40 a m., t4 30 and t5 30 p m.
Ton Hockville and Way Stations, t4.35 p m.
ronOAiTiiERsnuno and Intermediate points,
40.CO. 810.00, tll.00 a m, tl.OO, t3.00, 5.15,
t9.45,S10 00, 11 00 pm. V
Foiiltoin'sand Intermediate stations, 7.00
Ciiur.cn train leave Washlncton on Sunday
at 1.15 p m. stoprlng at all stations on Met
Foil l'liEDtmcK t0.30 58.30. 9.30, tll.30 a m,
Fon llAOhnsTow.s-, -tll.30 a m and t5.30 p m.
TnAii.s aTrlve from Chicago dally at 11.45 a m
and 4 10 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3 50 a m and 2.03 p m; from Pittsburg
7.10 a in, 6 50 p m dally.
NEW YORK &l'llILADELPniA DIVISION.
Ton New Yoiik, Trenton, Newark, and Eliza
beth. N. J 1.C5, tS.CO, 10.00, 12.00 a.m..
iZ0, 4.50nnd 10.30 p. m. Buffet Parlor
Cain on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the
10 SO p. m , open nt 9 CO p m
Fon riiiLAiiEiviiiA, Newark, Wilmington and
C hester, 4.05, tS.OO 12 00 noon. 2.50, 1.50,
G.15 nnd 10.so p. m. Limited Express for
Philadelphia 10.00 a. m. only.
Ton iNTEitMEDiATK polnti botwoen Baltimore
nnd Philadelphia, t5.00andS7 20u.m,tl2.10,
4.50 p. m.
Ttaiis !eao New Yoik for Washington.
9 00, 11.30 a m. 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 p m, and
Thaius lenvo Philadelphia for Washington,
4.24, 8.15, 10.15, 11.35 a ra, tl.10, 'J.31.
3.55. 7.32 p m.
I'ou Atlantic Citt, 4.05 a mand 12.C0in.
tExcept Sunday. I)ally. JSunday r.uly.
Bopgago called for and chocked from
hotels and lesldenccs by Union Transfer Co.
on orders left ut tlokct oiliccs, 010 and 1351
Pa. ave. and at depot.
J. T. ODPI.L, CIIAS. O. RCUIX.
ucn. managor. uen. Pass. Ag't.
Schedule lu effect
March 2. 18M.
Trains leavo Union Donot. Sixth and B
streets. 10:57 a m for Newport News, Ol-i
Point Comfort and Norfolk daily. Arrrive In
Old Point at G:10 p m, and Norfolk at 0:40 p m.
11:24 a ra Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestlliulo sloopors through
without chango to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:35
11:10 p m-i'. F. V. Vestibule Mmlted.dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule
bleeperfor Lexington and Loulsvillo. Pull
man cars are open to receive passengers at
9. CO p. m.
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avonuo.
II. W. FULLElt. Don. Pass. Agent.
FOR MEN ONLY!
PtKITIUF ForLOSrorFAILrNO MANHOOD;
fi r UOI 1 1 f C Oeneral and NERVOUS DSBILITYj
f TT7? "V. Weakneu of Body and Hindi Effect!
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Itobmt, IkoMe 1HMKKIII full. Ke.torrd. How to rnlint u4
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(Maltd) free. Addreti ERIE MECICAL CO., BUFFALO. H.l
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