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THE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1890.
0 ITT XMOIAZS.
llalir Carriages nml ltofrlgorntor,
limine liait a great run on tlioso $'ll parlor
suits of seven pieces, wo turn our attention
to baby cnrrlngcs nnd refrliri'riitors. Mnny
will want them, and no family rlioulil, for a
minute, lie without them. Tlio stook wo dls
plny embrace tho ncwor stylos, tlio boat
makes and tlio lowest prlco. Tlio benefits
ofonr rrcdlt systtim aro ill ways at tlio (Its
pojnl of onr customers. Tlicroforo, bring
wliat money you linvo and buy what you
want Thstls tborulo at ltudilon's Fund
turo. Cnrpotnnd btnvoStoroi, at OX) and 031
7tli street northwost.
Houghton V Co. 'a Unprecedented In
ducement. Tho clienpost yot. Jitit road their bargains
In f urnlturo: t oak bureau, 1 bcdtoad, 1 waih
H'niicl. l pair of feathor pillows, 1 oxtra-largo
oak tabic, a lino rood chali s. 1 wlro mattro's
nil those serviceable and do'lrablo article,
incrnl overy day, for tho mnlt sum of S 00,
Again tliuy ofTcr (l olialrn and a six-foot ot
tcntlon tablo for tho aurprMnj, and unpreco
dented prlcoof $10.00. And asaln. om you
npnro the finall sum of $10? If so, sroourT
piece oak dining toom sulto, It Is adaly, and
tho ptlco It alinoM nominal,
W. llx HnimiiinN t Co
121H 1220 F St. N. W
Tho Kittlnnnl SiiTo Deposit Company!
Cur. lOthSt. and N, Y, Avoniio,
filorngo for Sllvcrwnro, Jowolry. Laoos,
Flno Goods and valuables of nil kinds,
charges modcrato. Snfo doinjslt boxes fur
rent at tho very lowost rates.
New Haven, December 15, 1833.
Tho Anhcnscr-Buscli Browing Association,
St. Louis, Mo.:
Gentlemen Tho samplo of Faust Beer
lately rccclvod from you lor analysis has In
100 parts by wolglit tho following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract 0.830
Carbonlo acid gas , 353
ttystomatlo soarcb lias failed to show tho
presence of any adulterant, and tlio oompo
eHton Is very similar to that of tho Host Boor
of Slunlch and Vienna. Yours, oto.,
H. W. .Toiinsom,
Trofossnrof Chemistry. Yale Collogo.
Fir strcol and Virginia avenno southwest,
For spring lamb and Washington drossod
boefgo to ,T. It, Kelly, Ninth streot wine.
Centra Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
O.N U1S HOUNDS.
ComnilMlooer ltobert Continues
Itlsunrdlo tell what mav come out
of tho investigations made by Coramls
hloncr ltobert. For some lime he lias
nlvcn Ills ticrsorml ntlcnllon to uu In
spection of the slums nml lias gathered
more or less Information iu regard to
different sections of the city. Two
weeks ugo. uudor tho euldance of a
member of the police force, ho visited
n number of tho houses in "the Di
vision" and saw for himself how busi
ness wnslielnp; conducted.
Last nif;ht, in company with three
ofllcers, hu took in the "While Chapel"
district, liotwecn Twontv-fonrth and
Twenty-fifth nnd Jlnnil N streets. This
locality Is inhabited almost entirely by
n class of colored people, who give the
police ofllcers much trouble.
Borne time ago n complaint was made
to the Commissioners that tho olllccrs
In that precinct, especially Lieutenant
llctlgravo and Officer Ucaly, were
guilty of drunkenness and profanity,
and nV times maltreated some of tho
people who came within their jurisdic
tion. Kjoiii the facts fillicred Mr. ltobert
found that there were no grounds for
the complaint, nnd Hint In order to deal
with these people the ofllcers had to bo
dtlcitniued. Colonel Hubert told the
olllccrs to be couttcous but tlrm with
all evil-dit-iiosed people and to do their
duly faithfully and nothing but their
duty, and lo so conduct themselves that
no complaint of any nature could be
made. The Commissioner wishes the
police to know that he is aware they
have many obstacles to overcome in
the performance of their duty, and also
that the Commissioners want thorn to
know that they arc standing behind tho
olllcer who faithfully does his duty.
Engineer Commissioner Hobert also
made n tour last night, accompanied by
11 polke ebcort, throush what Is known
in Washington as "Hell's llottom "
lie vii-ilcd the saloon of ltobert It
Drown, In which Policeman Americas
N. Crip pen lott his life in Oc
tober last while bravely seeking
lo capture a colored man who had mor
(ally wounded another colored man,
nnd who afterward ran to Brown's placo
to elude arrest, Tho place of Brown
has been closed pending his applica
tion for license and statements made by
tho police as to lis character. Colonel
ltobert will hold an Investigation in tho
matter nl l'ollcu Headquarters this
(l)I.I.M'.i: DAYS Iti:UAI.Li:D.
(irailiiHtm nf llowunl Unit emit? Unlit
their AuiiiimI l!nilitit.
The Howard University Union
Alumni Association held its annual
banquet lntt night in Ihe university
hall, which was attended by somo of
Ibe m si noted graduates of the Institu
tion. Tlio loasls rescinded to wcro
"The I'rtss," by 1'resldtnt Hankln;
"The Alumni Professorship," bv Jcsso
Lauson; "Howard Men Iu .Medicine."
Dr. 0. N. I'eny, "Howard Men in
Business," A. F. Hllver, "Tho Union
Alumni Aim cliitlon. Prof. J. M.
GrcKorv: "The Medical Faculty." Dr.
T. 11. Hood. "Howard Men in Law,"
.7. Harry Smith; "The ljuarier Centen
nial of Howard I'nlverslty," Prof. O.
The members of tho Union Alumni
Association, graduates, and invited
guests present wcro the following-
I'ritldcnt Iiaukln ami Secretary Hunt
of Ihe llajtlen LosatloQ, IJr. J. II. N.
Warlug, A. Y. Illlycr, l)r. Carrie Tliotnn,
MIis Lulu 1'. Chase, J. II. Month,
Mrs. J. II. Smyth, l)r. A. W. fin
ill, I)r. J. T. Shackelford, Dr. J. It. Wilder,
Dr II. M. Ilcunctt, Iter. Jatnet M. ItoUln
ton. Miss Kllrn Flttier, MIm Dora Simt'i,
Dr U . S. Montgomery. Jomo l.avvou, It.
E. UiLcr, Dr. Joint C. Norwood, Itov. 8. I).
Hughes, Dr. T. E. U, IJr. I'.. A. Hallocn
iititl Dr. W. 8. I.nftuu. l'rufewora of the
I iilvcrslty T. II. Hood, Kuhert Ittsylmru,
(i. V. Cool.', M. V. (Irahitu, Kully Miller,
V. II. S amun, D. 8. Lamb, ,1. K. Uruckott,
J Harry Smith, Dr. llulUley aud J. M.
liiiprotlne tlio Mull Hcrvlce.
Postmaster lloss has rcquo&tod the
hotel keepers in this city to report to
him with regard to the mall scrvicu In
connexion with tho hotels, and cipo
clally with regard to any complaint
they may havo with regard to tho de
livery' nnd collection of tho mall, and
nlso any suggestions thoy may havo
which will improve tho service.
New Bleeping Cars to Br, I.uuU,
I'ullmuu linnet Sleeping Cars now ruu
through to Bt. Louis, via Cincinnati, on tho
llultlmoru ami Ohio Vestibule Limited,
leaving llaltlmore dally at U;U0 p. in., Wash
ington atSilM) p. in., arriving St. Louis next
afternoon at 0:45. A similar service lit
maintained on tho II. & O. Express leaving
llaltlmore dully at 10:U0 p. m., Washington
11:30 p. in., arriving Bt. Louis the second
uiwnjbg nt 7;i5.
1UU IlllinV IJItS' IIANfJUKT,
Eloquent Words .Spoken by CnngroM
men nnd Others I.ust Night,
The crowning fenttiro of tho mooting
In "Washington of tho United Slates
llrcwers' Association was the banquet
last night nt tho Atllngton Hold. It
was one of tho most thoroughly enjoy -nble
and successful banquets of the
many similar affairs of (he season, and
it was estimated that tho fashionable
number of -100 persons sat down nt tho
tables. The latter were bcaullfully
decorated with flows nnd an orchestra
tendered charming music. President
Titles. J. Lcfcns presided.
After the recherche menu bad been
heartily discussed toasts wcio In order.
Tho first announced was "Tho United
Slates of America." Hon. lien llutlcr
woitli of Ohio responded In a happy
manner. In the course of his remarks
he said. "Among the things tho Con
stitution taught us was to mind our own
business and let other people's alone.
A man should bo allowed to drink hi)
own beer nnd kiss bis wlfo if
he wanted lo without interference. The
money that tho Government drew from
the brewers kept the army, tho doctors
who nltcndcd the wounded nnd tho
ships at sen. He doubted not that there
were fifty men present who paltl direct
tax 8ufllcicnt to pay tho salary of tho
President of tho United States more
than twice. These gentlemen want just
and fair protection and they should
"Tho Scnato and House of. Repre
sentatives" was not responded to by
Hon. Joseph C. S. Hlackburn, Senator
from Kentucky, as intended, who was
unavoidably absent, but by Representa
tive Fitch of Now York. Ho said ho
did not think tho biowcis should be
hampered by restrictive legislation, and
that they should bo given n full fight
ing chance in every Instance.
"The City of Washington" was
responded to by Hon. John W. Doug
lass, president of the Hoard of District
Commissioners. Among other things
ho said were: "Right In this city wo
have the blcgcst breweries on earth.
Iu that big wTilto building on the hill
at tho east of us, they btcw and bottle
for home consumption tho biggest runs
for the daily beverage of sixty millions
of the dear people. Evorv now and
then somo fellow in tho crait comes
along with new patent yeast that will
make so much quicker and stronger and
more economically that you aro be
witched and tempted to try it. Anovsl
feature of this big browing is that one
marked method of modern distilling is
adopted to secure a good, reliable
product. Out of nil tbeso popular pro
cesses for making beer will come, I am
certain, that product of increasing hap
piness for tho people that shall rival In
Its lasting results the famed elixir of
"The United States llrcwers' Associa
tion" was responded to by Henry
Clausen, jr., of Now York, "Tho
l'ns," by Hon. Amos J. Cummlngs,
number of Congress from Now York,
and "The Ladles," by lion. James W.
Covert, member of Congress from Now
Yoik. Other nppioprlate remarks
wcte made by Representatives Flower
of New York and Caruth of Kentucky
and Mr. Simon Wolf.
THYIlsG THE SUKU1CON.
Dr. buinbr ltefure u National Guard
Suiqeon Sumby, tho coloted surgeon
of the Eighth Battalion, District
National Guard, was tried by court
mart iaj last night charged with
drunkenness while on duty. lie was
defended by Lawyers W. Calvin Chaso
and E. M. Hewlett. The Court was
composed of Colonel Cecil Clav,
Second Rctrlmcnt; Major Edward tt.
Campbell, "Fourth Battalion; Captain
John S. Miller, First Battalion; Captain
Michael Muhnny, Third Uattalion;
Captain Allen D. Raymond. Second
Rnltalion; First Lieutenant Robert II.
"Wade, First Battalion; First Lieuten
ant Charles Ebcrt. quartermaster Fifth
Battalion; First Lieutenant William C.
Beck, adjutant Third Battalion; First
Lieutenant William J. Simmons, Third
Battalion; First Lieutenant Hamilton
S. Smith. Sevculh Battalion; Second
Lieutenant Fielding L. Dodson,
Seventh Battalion; Second Lieutenant
Henry C. Leo, Eighth Battalion.
Two of these, Lieutenants Smith and
Dodson, arc colored. Counsel Chaso
argued that tho offence was committed
when tho Eighth Battalion (Capital
City Guards) were on their way to New
Yoik ns a separate command on a
pleasure trip. Tho charges were pre
fei red by Major Revells, and he was
the only witness examined. Ho testi
fied thnt Dr. Sumby was in
state of Intoxication on two occasions
In full uniroim and used ungcntlemanly
language when he was chided. Tho
court was adjourned uulll 7 o clock
A TJ'.ltltllllcn KXI'KICIKNOK.
Employe or tlm Navy Yard
Whirled Around a Sliafllnc;.
Yesterday afternoon Georgo Dushnnc,
an employe in the oidnancc machine
shop ul the Navy Yard, met with an
Occident that may terminate fatally.
While at worl; his clothes caught in a
shaft and he was whipped around sev
ciul times before the machinery could
bo stopped. He was almost completely
fctrippul of his Tiothlng and received
numerous llcsh wounds and it is feared
Ititcrn.il injuries. Dushnnc was first
taken tn tho Navy Yard Dispensary
whero Dr. Oher gavo him necessary
medical attention, and ho was after
ward removed to his home, No. 12512
Pennsylvania avenue southeast. His
condition to-day Is considered quite
New ltouto to Cleveland.
I'ullmau ftlccplDg cars are now running
through from llaltimoro and Washington to
Cleveland vU Canton and Akron on II. &
O. It. It. Express train, leaving llaltimoro
dally at 8:S0 p. m., Washington 0:80 p. m.t
arriving Canton next afternoon at S12.-23.
AUrou at 1:14 and Cleveland 2:00.
Vitio Own', the Ticket?
The drawing of the tickets of tho fair
of tho Ilurnnlde Corps has been held.
Ticket ObO drew the first prlo, n hand
some hone and buggy, Mrs. Helen
Durfeo gold tho largest number of
tickets, and scoured a handsome silver
ictvicc, and Mrs. General 1M wards ob
tained tho second prize, n silver soup
To Meet In tliM City.
At tho meeting of Iho Amciican Medi
cal Association In Nashville yesterday,
Washington was selected as tho next
iItco of incetlnc. Drs. C. T. lllchard-
ton nnd J. II. Hamilton of this city
wcro elected librarian and trustee of
tho AHoeidtivn Journal,
lloliuy lliirna ITmleritood It,
".Many and tliarp the numerous Ills
luwoveu In our frame,
More pointed Bttll wo make ourselves
ItcKict, remorse aud sliamu."
Anion): Ibe most dangerous, as well as
vexing of ills '-Inwoven with our frame,"
urn Consumption, Astbtun, Bronchitis,
colds and lung troubles generally. How
ever, the timely use of Dr. I'lerce's Golden
Medical Discovery takes away tbclr fear
ful consequences, but, which neglected,
leaver "regret, rcmorso aud shame.'' But
jounced not be ashamed to ash for tho
Discovery," as It has become a staudard
rtimdy, found at all the drug stores, where
thousands call for It overy day, and wbero
It Is lecoKtiized as the leading medicine for
all lung and throat affections,
Interesting Deductions Had Compari
sons Iletween tlio Several Ottissoa,
"Is Nationalism n Middle-Class
Movement?" This was tho subject of
the address biforo the Nationalist
Club No. 1, nt its last mcetinc, by
Mr, Max George. After quoting from
tlio Slants Zcitung to the effect that tho
Nationalists wcio a middle class,
aftlllatlng neither with tho wngo-oarncrs
on tho one hand nor tho employing
class on the other, the sneaker was dis
posed to doubt this position, regarding
the Nationalists rather as disposed to
sympathise with nnd aid tho victims of
the picscnt industrial system. A very
thorough resume of tho condition of the
vailous branches of tho labor world was
given, the means shown by which,
under competition, the small dealers
were crowded out of.commerclal busi
ness nnd compelled to Join tho wage
woikeis, until substantially but two
classes would bo found to exist.
It wns fully recognized that a stalo of
warfare existed between the employed
and their employers, nnd that very llttlo
hopo of a peaceful solution could be
rationally entertained unless the ideas
propounded by Nationalists could bo,
sulllclently popularized and understood,
Tho address closed with a quotation
from an eminent German Socialist to
(ho effect that tho present time was the
dawn of a new era for the down-trodden,
and tho light which was coming would
show men their true destiny as fellow
workers in hnnnony and fraternity.
Discussion followed tho address,
different membcts of the club taking a
more hopeful view of the future than
had been shown by the speaker. It
was bclloved that the Nationalist move
ment would so educate tho people gen
erally in ideas of justice in tho indus
trial world that tho transition would be
peaceful to a better condition. Wo
must proceed, all tho speakers agreed,
step by slop, doing that which was
nearest tho comprehension of the
people, and that which was conse
quently easiest to bo accomplished. It
was developed In the course of the
discussion that many questions with
which Nationalists were busy were not
even known to many Senators and
members of Congress, and henco the
need of agitation nnd education.
So much interest was developed in
the subject that it was resolved to con
tinue its consideration nt a future meet
ing; TEN POUNDS
THINK OF IT!
As a Flcsli Producer thero can bo
no question but that
Of Pure God Liver Oil and Hypophosphltes
Of Llmo and Soda
is without a rival. Many havo
grained a pound a day by tho uao
of it. It euro
SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS AND
COLDS, AND ALL FORMS OF WASTING DIS
EASES. AS l'ALATAJiLE AS 3IILK.
lleiurc iotc fltt the genuine as there arc
AND INVEST IN A
Return Premium Accumulative Bond
ISSUED BY THE
Life Insurance Co
The Company (jaarantecs to pay atdeatli
of Insured tlio face value of tho bond, and
also to return all Installments paid up to
Tlio Bond provides for a payment In cash
of Its faco value and all accumulations TO
THE INSUHKD IF HE LIVES.
Tho following examplo of a Bond, Issued at
age of 40, will illustrate this plan of Insur
ance: Tlio annual premium at ace of 40 on
ii linnil or 810.000. maturing In flf-
teen years, Is S 73S 00
pany will pay tho faco value..'... . 10,000 00
Amount of surplus predicted 5.51O00
Total Cnsu Value $lS,r10 00
1'rnJlt to Insured, henldnri
Life Insuranco $ 1,70 00
Sj-ecialAgiints and SouctTor.s Needed to
leprescni tho company, to present its plans
of Insurance to citizens of Washington.
Liberal contracts will be made with good
men. Address or apply personally to
FRANK H. THOMAS,
mjS0,Gt 637 F STREET N. W.
EXTRACT OF BEEF
INCOMPARABLE IN FLAVOR.
Uto It for Beef Tea, Soups, Sauces (Game,
l'lsh, &c.) Aspic or Meat Jelly,
Ono pound of Extract of Beef equal to
forty pounds of lean beer.
(eiiulun only ultli tliottlguutiit-o of
3. iin I.leltlc;, u xliouiiulmtc, In blue
Grand, Upright and Squaro
Speolal attention of purchasers Is Invited to
'NBW ARTISTIC BTyLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIUUKST DECOHATIYB ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wm. IKnabb & Co.,
8t7 Market Space.
This is a Bona-Fide Sale of $200,000
Which Must Be Sold to Satisfy the Demands of tho Creditors. Every
Gnimcnt Guaranteed lo be r'erfect In Style, Fit nnd Workmanship or
NOTE PRICES AND COMPARE WITH THE
PRICES YOU 'HAVE PAID ELSEWHERE.
Men's Evcry-Day Tants. Wo; formcrprlco.il.
Men's Knock-About I'ants, SI; formor prloo, $2,50,
Mon's All-Wool Pants. SI; formor iirlco.SI.25.
Men's Dross I'ants, S3.B0; former price, $7.00.
Tallor-Mado Pants at Half Price.
Mon's Evcrv-Day Suits. $2 BO; formor price, $0.
Men's All-Wool Suits. $5: formor prlco, $11.
Men's lllack Chovlot Snlts, $0.50; former prlco. SIS.
Men's Black Cheviot Suits, $10: former prlco, $23.
Men's Black Prlnco Albert bults.JlO, formor prlco. iii.
Flno Black Trlnce Albert and Cutaway Suits, silk-lined,
at less than IIALf ritlCE. , , ....,
Wo also havo Extra Largo Slzo Suits, from SI to 43 Inolio?
Boys' and Children's Suits and Pants at IIALF PKIOE.
Den't Miss Your Last Chance to Buy Flist-C'ass Clothing at HALF PRICE
924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets.
BENNING, D. C.
THE BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
American Energizer Manufacturing Company
(Lira I TED)
JS REMOVED FKOM THE WAVEHLY HOUSE TO
1416 FSTREET, KELLOGG BUILDING.
Chartered by Special Act of Congress,
JANUARY 2-2, 1807.
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
Contained In Its FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
N. B. Cor. 15th Street and Hew York Ave.
OPPOSITE U. S. TREASURY.
OFFICE HOURS. 0 A. M. TO 4 P. M.
Paper Supplies aM Stationer;.
920 F STREET N. W.,
WA8niNGTON, D. O.
OUR PRESSES aro of tho latest and most
Improved style. Our nisortment of types Is
lareo and wo aro continually adding to our
In fact, everything that a business man needs.
cnuBcnES and scnooLS
Will find all the modern tacos ot type In our
largo variety, suitable for their stylo of work.
Tickets, rrogrammes. Journals, Coupon
Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers
Wo would specially call attention to our
facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgagos.
OUR POSTERroomls rcplfito wltha variety
of "largo" type, sultablo for this class of
In all Its branohes. OUR BINDERY Is fitted
with tho latest stylos of book-folding aud
wlre-Ftltddng machines and Is therefore
capable ot competition with any of tho large
Now York houses.
BEST OF WORK AT TOE LOWEST POSSI
M'GiLL & WALLACE,
1107 r, Street Nortlmesl.
Tho Oldost Established Printing Houso tn
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOD WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
IN TOE CITY.
A Special Line of the Latest Novoltlos In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Dauce Pro
grammes, etc., wltb Envelopes to Match,
LKOAI. WORK A SPECIALTY
And Every Kind of Book Printlu?
Exeeuted and at Lowest Rates.
TELEPHONE CALL, eeS-2.
STREET N. W.
WHAT A LITTLE CASH
WILL BUY AT THE
Great Syndicate Sale
CORNER NINTH AND E STS. N. W.
$12 will buy a Fine Black or BIuo Cork
tcrcw Suit, worth 20.
810 will buy a Flno Dress Suit, worth 818.
$8.50, Splendid Black Chovlot Suit.
S" huys a good All-wool Scotch Plaid Suit.
C, GenulnoBluo Flannol Suit.
85 buys a Good Mixed Suit.
Men's English Serge Suits, blue and gray,
32.75 buys a Flno Boy's Suit, 13 to IS years.
53.50 buys a Nobby All-wool Casslmero Suit
84.35 buys a Flno Dross Corkscrow Suit.
82.87 will uuy Flno Men's Dress Pants.
S1.C2 buys AU-wool Casslmero Pants.
$1.37, Splendid Halrlino Pants.
Children's Kneo Pants, 23o.
Boys' Long Pants, 75o.
Children's Suits, 81.15.
Children's Snlts, all wool, $1.37.
Children's Suits, flno quality, S2.
s. r.. tor. oiii una i: si, x. iv-
Great Syndicate Clothing Co,
And yon will always have beautiful Bread.
Rolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T A QO,
1IO THIS AND ItEHTAUJtAlfTH.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
403 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Llquers in the city. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. C
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Fonr Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS-S3.00 and J 1.00 For Day.
Corner isth and I stroets northwest,',
Opposlto HoPserson Square.
H. M. CAKE.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. G. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
OT. JAMKS HOTEL,
SIXTH BTRKET AND PBNNA. AVB..
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
JAMES H. McGILL.
908 to 914 G street northwest.
Portland Cemont, Roseudalo Cement,
King's Windsor Cement full cargoes arriv
ing fresh every week. Rolled Iron Beams
aud general building Iron work. Enameled
Bricks, Fire Bricks, Fire Clay. Pulp Mortar
Blaok, Paints, oils, Window Glass and Pol
ished .Plato Glass. Estlmatos for Window
Glass. Plato Glass, Iron Work and other
Building bupplles made at all times promptly.
JAMES II. McOILL,
aplT-lm 903 to Ml Q at. u vr.
I CERES M
Main Store, 916 7th
Pa; Ave. and
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
$1.15 PER 100 FEET,
This Is tho Lowest Prlco Good Lumber has over reached, as all old
builders will know at once.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
Villi I PHI Mil HMP! M liMMI'i
KD " "lAimiiir'-- Tvr.T-i . 1 1 . .-. .-j ...I.J C-Jt
We Call Special Attention to Our
OLD PREMIUM PORT.
This Wine Has Taken tho Premium nt All California ExhlUts for Years.
Secure a Quantity of It Kow.
ALSO A SMALL STOCK OF
BRANDY OF 1881.
For Standard Quality of Our Wines We
Refer to Our Customers; ;
VAULTS, CORNER S7tb AND K STItHCTS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
HAKE TE& 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.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.
BUY TOM TRTJIES AM IAMESS
425 Seventh St. N. W nest to Odd-Fellows' Hall.
St. Branches, 1221
411 7th St.
York Ate. N.. W.
PER 1,000 FEET.
Street N. W.
$1 .15 and $1.50.
IN 10 OR IS MINUTES.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To Ihe North, West nnd Southwest.
Doublo Track, Splendid Scenory,
Btccl Ralls. Magnificent Equipments
In effect May 11, 1890.
Trains lenvo Washington, from stntlon, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows:
ronPiTTSBvno and tho Wost, Chicago Limited
I'.xpross of Pullman Vestlbulod Cars at
10.50 a m dally: Fat Lino, 10.50 n m dally
to Columbus and St. LouK with Sleeping
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbui: dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Slooplng
Car Altoona to Chicago, bt. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati Express, 3.30 p m dally.
Parlor Cor Washington lo Harilsburg, and
Hlrnnlnc Cars Harrishurc to Bt. Lonla. Clil
ingoand Cincinnati, and Dining Car Har
llsburgto St. Louis. Western KxnroM, at
7.40 p in dally, with Sleeping Cars Washing
tone to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting
dally at llarrlsburg with through Sloopors
for Loulslllo and Mcrophli. Paolflo Ex
press, 10.00 p m ill Uy, for Pittsburg and tha
wcit. with through Sleeper to Pittsburg,
nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.'
Fon Kane, Canandalgua, Rooheiter nnd Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Fon KniK, Cannndatgui and Rochester dallyj
for Buffalo nnd Niagara dally, oxcopt Sat
urday, 10.00 p m, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wn.i.iAMsroiiT, Lock navon nnd Klmlra,
at 10. JO a m dally, except Sunday.
Ton WiLtiAjisronx dnllr,3.30p m.
FonPniLAimi.riiiA. Now York and tho East,
7.20. 11.00, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3 15, 4.20,
5.40, 10.00 and 11.20 p m. On Huni"ay. 9.00,
11.40 am, 2.10, 3,15,4 20, 10.00 and 11.90pm.
Limited Exnross of Pullman Parlor Cars,
0.40 a m dally, oicept Sunday, and 5.00 p
m dally, with Dining Car.
Ton I'liii.AiiELrniA only. Fait Express 8.10 a
m, week-days, and 4.00 p m dally. Expross,
Sunday only, 5.40 p m.
Fon Boston without chango, 3 15 p m ovory
Ton Bkooklvn, N. Y all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across
Now York City.
Fon Ati-antio Cjtt, 11 40 a in w-cck-days,
11.20 p m dally.
Fon IIAI.T1UORE. 0.35, 7.20, 8.10. 0.00, 9,40, 10 00.
10.50, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 12.03,2 10, 3.15, 3.30.
4 CO, 4.20, 4.J0, 5.00, 0.40, 0.00, 7.40, 10-00 and
11.20 p m. on Sunday. 0 00. 9.03, 10.50, lt.40
. a m, 5,10, 3.15, 3.30,4.00,4.20,5.00. 5.40,0.00,
740. 10.C0 and 11.20 pm.
Fon T'ors's CnEER Line, 7.20 a m nnd 4.30 p m
dnlly, except Sunday.
Fon ANNAt-ous, 7.20 jind 0.00a m, 12,05 and issa
pm dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 1.20
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect Mat 11, 1800.
Ton AtiXANnniA, 4.30. 0.33, 7.4-i, 8.40, 9.45,
10.57 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 05, 3.30, 4.83, 4.53, 0 01,
8.C2. 10.05 and 11.39 pm. On Sunday nt4.30,
7.43, 9.40, 10.57, a m, 2.30,0.01, 8.02, and 10.05
Accomodation ron Qiuntico, 7.45 a m and
4.65 p in wcok-days. 7.43 a m Sundays.
Fon Bit ii.mond and tho South, 4.80 and 10.57 a
m dolly. Accommodation 4.55 pm week
days. Tbaij.1 leavo Alexandria for Washington,
0.05 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.13, 11.07, a m: 1.20, 3,00,
3.50, 5.10, 0.05, 7.05, 9.20, 10 37 and 11 03 p m.
On Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 a m: 2.00, 5.10,
7.05. 7.89, 9.20, and 10.37 p m.
Tickets and Information at tho office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and nt the station,
whore orders can bo left for tho checking of
baggage to destination from hotel1 and resi
dences. J. R. WOOD,
. .. General Passenger Agent.
CnAS. E. PUGn, General Manager.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Schedulo In Effect May 11, 1300.
Leave Washington from station corner of
NewJCisey avenuoand C street.
For. Ciiicauo and Northwest, Yestlbulcil
Limited oxpress dally 11.30 a in, expross
9.30 p m.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis,
expiess dally, 3.30 and 11.30 p m.
Fon PiTTsnuwi and Cloveland, express dally
9.30 n. m and 8.40 p m.
Ton I.kxinoton nnd points In tho Shenan
doah Valley, 11.30 a in.
Fon Winchester and way Stations -13.30 p m.
Fon H.-RAT &.40 p m.
Fon Baltimore, week days, 4 0', 5.00, 0.33.
7.20, 7.80, 8.00, 8.30, 9 3u (11.00, 12.00, 45-mln-utes)
n m, 12.10. 2.15. 2 50, (45-mlnutes) 3 15,
(45 minutes) 3.85, 4.20, 4.30, 4.82, 4.50. 5.30,
.IS.'), 4X0, AZi, 4X0, (15 minutes) O.OO.jG.Ij,
O.'JO. 7.f0, 8.35, 10.30. 11.C0 p m.
ron Way Stations hctwecn Washington and
I altlmorc, 5.00, 0.80, 8.30 a m, 12.10,3.25, 4.3?,
o 20, 11.00 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a in, 1,10.
3 23,4.32, 0.20, 11.00 p.m.
Tr.AiNi have BALTiMonn for Washington
vrcelt days, 5.00, 0 20, O.S0, 7 15, 7 20,8.00
6 30, 8.35. 30 and 10.20, 10.35a m: 12.10, 1.C0
2.10, 2.30, 2 DO, 4 15, 0.C0, 0 00, 0 20, 7.00. 7.30,
8 20, 8.30, 9.00. 10.10. 10.20 and 11 00 p m.
Sundays, 0 30,7.15.8 30.8 S3. 0.30, 10 20, 10 35
a m; 1.00,1.05, 2.10, 2 SO, 4.15, 5.00. 0.20, 7.00.
7.30, 8.20, 8.30, 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 pm.
Fon ANNArous. 0.35 and 8.30 a m, 12 10 and
4.'.0 p m. Sunduys, 8.10 a m, 4.32 p m.
Leave Annapolis 0.40, 8.30 a m, 12.03, 3.50
pm. Sundays. 8.30a in, 4.00pm.
Fon stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
tO.30. J8.30 a in, 1.15 p m. For principal
stations only, tl0.40a tn., t4 30 aud t5.30 pm,
Foi: Rockviixe and Way stations, t4.S3 p m.
FonGAiTiiEnsmino nnd Intermediate points,
10.00. 810.00, tll.00 a m, tl.00, tS.OO, 3.33,
t0.45, ilO 00. 11 00 p m.
FonBoiD'saud Intermediate stations, ".C0
Ciivucii train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.15 p m. stopping at all stations on Met
Fon I'iiedkiiick 10.S0S8.S0, J9.30, tll.SOa ra,
Ton Haqehstowk, tll.10 a m and 3.30 p m,
Tr.MNs arrive from Chicago dally at 11.43 a m
and 4 10 pm: from Cincinnati and St. Louis
daily 3 50 a m and 2.03 p mj from Pittsburg
7.10 n m, 5 w p m daily.
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA DIVISION
For. New Ynnic, Trenton, Newark, and Eliza-
belli. N. J,4.C6, 18.C0, 10 00. 12.00a, in.,
2.50, 4.C0and "10.80 p. ra. Buffet Parlor
Carson all day trains. Sleeping Car on tha
10 to p. m , open at 0 CO p m
FoitPliIIADELPiiiA, 405, 8.00, 10.00, 1JOO
noon, 2.50, 4.50, 015 and "10.80 p. m.
ron Newaiik, Dei.. Wilmington and Chester,
4.05. 1 8 00 a. in. 12.00 noon. J.J0, 4.50, 0.15
For. lhTEiuihDiATK point" between Baltimore
ai.d Philadelphia. 5.00 and 87 20 a.m ,12.10,
Ttains leavo Now York for Washington,
o 00, 11.30 a m. 2.co, 3.20, 3.oo p m. and
Tijains Icbvo Philadelphia for Washington,
4.21, 'S.IS, "10.15, 11.35 a m, tl.40, 1 31,
3.53, 7.32 p in.
Fon Ailantio Citv, 4.03 a mand 12.C0m.
Except Sunday. "Dally. JSunday nly.
Bscgngo called for nnd chocked from
hqtels and residences by Union Transfer Co.
on orders lelt at ticket ofllces, 010 and-1331
Pa. avo. nnd at depot.
J. T. ODELL, CnAS. O. RCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Schedule In effect
March 2. 18M.
Trains leavo Union Donot. Sixth nnd B
streets. 10:57 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comort and Norfolk dally. Arrrlve In
Old Point at 0:10 p m, and Norfolk at 0:40 p m.
U:U a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
aud Cincinnati, Vestibule sleopers throuiih
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:35
11:10 pm-y. F.V. Vestibule Limited, daily,
solid ttalns with dining cars run through
without chango to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville'. Pull
man cars aro open to receive passengers at
O.co p. m.
Ofllte, 613 Pennsylvania avonue.
H. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
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