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THE DAILY CMTIO, TTFSPAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1890.
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The Daily Ckitic
aixr npnoiAiia.
Vr Netverrtness nmt Vom at irer,
Slepicnesii, malarial, exhantln and
klTdrerf troubles. Ring's Tonic Wme of fiici
1 inn cnre 75 rents per pint bottle only
at Boftttt Hotie Ptnt Sfote.
W. II. llrrtiEhlon .V; IS ,
recWMWS nd Farntrtiers, 131S and US' F
rtrwt northwest. How Is this for a Bar-asla'
A Tare rfcee Bedroom set Solid oat Laws
uls $t. We wni satl yon the same Set.
wit fprtnlt ad Jtattre. for SIS 39 oar
best Bode Brossals Carpet, Jl per yard.
Out bsat Tapestry BrneH Carpet. 7Sc pef
yard. Ottt best Moqnette csrpif. ft l
yam ft fo want nrmest, reliable goods at
reotreMe price, Onr Store 1 fallof tMtt.
All prices enaranteed
W It Hnt sirro A Co ,
I31S-1S80 F street northwest
KsntHen' New Tall ttrmits.
John Redden, tin pioneer Installment man,
centrally taesred at S end 3 seventh street
wlbwl hu but mtnriHHt fmm the east-
mn tsarlets with an Immense supply of all
krndsi
jthis ot
hnnwkeenln ok1. earners, stoves.
flirt, MC
1 on can rnrnisn your nonse irom
cellar to (arret, at tni store, with cash
irM, on toe installment plan.
Itie NaittiiHil Snfe terslt Unmpany,
Our. mill St. ami N. V. Aveine.
SttifksTS for Snivel ware, JewrMfy, Laeas,
Fine Goods and valuables of all kinds.
Charm moderate. Safe deposit boxes for
real at the wry hrwaet rates.
SUCKING TO IT.
I'ulnn unit Confederate Soldiers Ilesent
Hie llraml Attn)' Interference.
Another meeting of the order of
United A met lean Veterans was belt!
Ititl sight at the Metropolitan tloUl.
Dr. II. K. Howard preside I The ex
Unshiti of the limit of Incorpota ion
rmmbcrs to fifty wag agreed to. This
will make twenty Are on each side.
Union and Confederate. Hon. II.
C'atleton of Georgia, Hon. .1. S. Cath
tan rf South Carolina. Colonel L 1
flight. IUplsler if Wills; Major It. S.
Viddicombe, Colonel Spencer, C.
.Tones of Maryland, L 8. Emory, M.
P. Key, Jobb J-. Key ami James Oan
urn woe elected in membership.
Ik'prcMntatitre Carlton who made a
frcicli raid that Inasmuch as he had
fought on the Confederate side he was
In favor of any scheme which proposed
to millo both sides.
Dr. Howard made a speech In refer
(tee to the rrrent criticism of Meade
Post, G. A. It , to the clause In the
drclnratlon of principles: "The men
who cave patriotic service In response
to their duly as thoy saw their duty
deserved the honorable consideration of
their countrymen." The question of
considcrlne the criticism was placed
before the meeting and the association
unanimously indorsed the principles set
forth.
Dr. How aid said the new order did
not Intend In any way to conflict with
the other.
Y. U. C. A. MEETING.
Tlii- AiMiclutlnn ftlrcts n ftiiiulmr of
Imv Mr in hern unit In Flourlshloc,
The Yonnit Men's Christian Associa
tion held Its aunual meeting last night
at Its building on New York avenue,
with President W. Gurley In the
tbalr. The report of the treasurer
fclmwnl receipts for tie year, i?0.
(13 7n, ixpeOMW. J8.485 M The debt
vhleh In Oclotwr, 1887. was $0,300,
1 a lK.cn reduced to $1,800 The treas
Tiiir tbll that the board of trustees
could now promise that the debt would
be paid by February 1. next. Addresses
were delivered by Messrs J G. Ames
and W. A. Wells.
Officers were elected as follows:
President. W. IJ. Gurley; first vice
I'Ksidi'nt, S W. Woodward; second
vice-president. John II Lamer; record
Inc sicrcUry, J. II Llckliter; trmturei,
J C. Pratt: board of directors It. Dick
nn Jewett, T, A Hardin, C. D.
Dsllry. Dr. W. K Duller.
Previous to adjournment 1U7 new
n.etnber. who had made application1)
since September IS, were elected. A
number of students hsve I wen enrolled
In the educational cUes, which have
just bectm for the season,
UeiulcHul C'Iikm uml Uheohera,
The Washington Whist ami Chess
Club met last olnlit at their rooms, 1313
I' street, to reorganlzo for the winter.
The sew quarters were well liked by
the member, who will meet every night
after November 1. Among the mem
bers r Captain Patrick O'Parrell,
Anhur Ualrd of the Coast Survey, Dr.
Jiflrle I th Itureauof KuKraviagaad
Piiutiuf. Dr SoDBenschmldt, ProtuMor
Wiley, cheinhM at the Agricultural Da-
!attM.bt, J Y Knight, W. A Gwyer,
r., of i he Lighthouse Board; General
5. P. FarBSwwtb, y. p. Ky, Dr. I.
VetwaBu. Cuiusel J C Smith, Prink
J.ibbey. II W. Haaaa and Jtcob Krech
of Ike AVar Denarliueat ai others.
Another Meeting will be held Saturday
night The elub will arrange for a
siumIkt of waich games betweea proial
iiesU ehes piayets tbrougbout the
couatiy.
N,h Ttuiiurnacs Suvlely
A number of ladle aad geatleaaest
asseuiMeU at Carroll IaUluUi oa iiup
c'ay evcaieg for the purpose of orgaaU
lag a lewi eraaee society to hold public
wtethtgs i vety Ssuwlay eveoiog at Car
toll Institute A coBstltutkw was
tulofbd ui lb kv sockty will be
Luown a the Total Abttineae L'aloa
u( thti Dfenkt of Columbia. The
i rHe tin :l ate as fullo. Mrs. .
A. Ckantbers, pfeableM; Jajoes L.
F-ay, vice pteakkat. Miss K Miaeota
iclatyre. leeofdlag secretary James
A. BdwaJtls. faaadal secretary; Mrs.
J. J. McNeihaoy, Ueasuier aad Jiwm
Catsaody, sergeaai at arm. Thesoclaty
has beta havitcd by Mr. 1'aul Crosaartea
to aisaatl th eaatastary celebralioaof the
biita of Fatacf Matthew at CarroU UU
ttlutm Tbutr.
Sm'i Kw Paaataasas Coasoaay,
whJait Malisl at the Gloie TtiaaUe
latt aigai. was greeted with a esowded
hoawt aast uastiasad aaplasiaa. Taa
cosaiiaay gives aa exceUeai vauaaaiUa
la ifossasaffitf aad las:tuds a asMsaaf os
iugttaw ac4, Cypeaie. Usa atMassb sat
aacsr Sstty purfca, ia otigiasil aoaa;
Wttektasd llhjgla aad Jeaaie Lite
UllstUAsWfctU.
Xta 4hbiJ rtf raHimiBt of tim
Bnkiewtr Of S. S. AMm
U ujfLa 4asM U a !-.. TiUUJsKjsU
5 iPtW" "SWIrW (W ssaississw'as
fl jisafY flfl-itJiig WfisW airi4isirnj IQ
Tf WflPa SjaipWBWaSB" B w1" iwP" mrw
itisdt of Mac Hynk 8rl at taa
,-isilsJak Bki Caihtfdral last atjeat. Al
t ftfaatff Utttrial frf thsO ftafsWsaOsftaatf sWaftatt
..afcweayaU hwiut
sa UsataalAy MAaWasBa ifa&tm
MfiA. Anansdllai M H-ttnisfllsft aalCSlalill
mjb u Kun&aA iMjti oa Tbicd sitaat sat-
a lf aArn "U md dssktcatsMt a
4. mil i j- manned to aat aoBM).
K i, 1 aiitH hurtbcii.
aiiiytffa s m iraairffSi
Jasa- a-tealow's aousatag ainui aaoald
absau U used tor caUdna tootiiug, tt
Krafstaaiia tha eftJlaV autejajta fch KOaaaat. tfaVTl
iJl pata, eiues srtaa culit, and tt 1 llus bast
fssaUifawdsaBAiiM. SacaaostU.
RLAND."
QerHlati Seeletn Cetekrnte lite .ftfttte
mm af 4iMnntWn.
The tret wrtrttrer of ywwtdaf trW
not affect the snecrtsftrt octahntttint of
German Day In the least. At .1 o'clock
the parade, headed by the Xattotral
Guard Band, marched from SfStk stwwt
and I-oulsiana avenue to the SetraeteMt
ereln Park rm Seventh street. Tire
procession mn comprised of tlie vsris
German societies of the city, aecdn
panred by a detachment of the Light
Battalion, I). C. V.
The pat was hamlsomely decorated
and was filled with peoHe when the
prorewtrm arrlrctl. Mr. Pawl Scttnli!,
preshlent of the aswtlate aoetetles, re
ceived the societies In an approTWlate
speeih. Mr D Skntsch reipowtetl to
Mr Schtilre, thanking the audience for
the successful manner In which they
had carried otit the tmrposes of the so
ciety. The tcgnlar exercises commenced at
7 30 o"cfock la the hall. Mr. Paul
Schnlre delivered the opening address
ami was liberally applauded. Hon. L
W. Halwrcom followed In a speech out
ling the purposes of the societies, ami
devoting a considerable portion of his
address to the progress of the German
settlers in this rountrv. In the course
of his address Mr. Ilaliercom was re
peatedly applauded, and at Its conclu
stcn tbe Srengetbtind and Mannerchor
sang ' Das Deutsche Lied.'"
hx Commissioner Hlne then delivered
an address. In which he recalled the
good Influence which the German ele
ment has had on the Institutions of our
country. Mr. Hlne In conclusion
spoke on the subject of personal liberty,
and the gteat love which the Germans
have for It.
Commissioner Douglass followed In a
btlcf address, congratulating tbe Ger
man settlers for the good name which
they have secured as law abiding and
Industrious cltlrens.
The celebration was concluded with
songs and n magnificent display of fire
works. CITIZENS OF CAPITOL HILL.
Men Who Tnhn mi Intercut In the H'el
Tare or That Section,
The East Wnshlncton Citizens' As
soclatlon met last night. President
Daweon stated that the newspaper ac
counts ofthe recent bridge celebration
had been prepared In pamphlet form.
Mr. Wtllcr thought the report of the
auditing committee when submitted
would show a surplus.
Ho also referred to tho proposed
chnncu to cable power on the Pennsyl
vania nvcntie line and thought that the
company should be asked to run tho
cars along the avenue to the new bridge,
thus avoiding the bend at Eighth street,
although tho road on the latter street
could bo matntalnctl. On motion the re
quest for the extension was ordered to be
communicated to President Hurt by Sec
retaiy Sptrry, with tho understanding
that the company would bo aided In
the Attcclntlon In securing necessary
IcelsIsMon.
Mr. Wclltr, In reference to streets,
said that the street committee's con
fertcccwllh Captain Itossell had been
viiy satisfactory. Captain Itossell, he
said, detcrvtd the thanks of the asso
ciation. Mr. Ilubbell suggested that tbe
Avenue line be asked to locate the
power house near the new bridge, but
the prcsldmt said that It was not a
matter for the association.
Dr. W. Lee White. M. I. Weller anil
A. F. Sperry, the committee appointed
last May to collect historical data re
lating to the association, was discharged,
and a new committee. Messrs J W.
liaison. M. I. Weller and A. F. Sperry,
appointed. The names of the new
committee on railroad will be made
known at the next meeting,
BEAT THE HOTEL KEEPER.
A Youos MmIcmii U Wanted by tlie
Alitliorltiex.
Mr. Lclsenrlng, tbe proprietor ot the
Hotel Itamlal. has had a warrant Issued
for the arrest of X J Ikmeijue, a
guest, who arrived at his house some
wicks ago and registered as from Ilex
lco. He had a quantity of baggage,
dressed well, spent his money freely,
and at first liquidated his hotel bills
promptly.
He represented that he came here to
tn come a member of tbe Mexican Lega
tlon and was frequently seen In com
pany with prominent Spaniards- of
late he has not paid his bills and Mr.
Ltisenting ami be had a fulling out and
the latter has possession of the bagg-tge
The warrant Issued charges Ujuueque
vtith fahe pretenses.
buumlliic tlie Slogan.
A meeting of tbe Columbia Demo
crailc Club will be heUl this evening at
tbe Metropolitan Hotel. A circular has
been issued by tbe club oa the import
ance of tbe ctnuinK Coagrassiosal elee
Ikms, sad caHiae: upon alt Dosaoerats to
act to woik The ciicular alo eon
denas the Itepubllcaa Ilousti for lis
ueLWsa extravagance aad ita iajusilee
in unseating DesuocratU: iaialjt. It
concludes with aa urgeat 'ippeal fur
every IKmocrat to secure the election
of a DiiuoeraUe Housa of Itepfaseata
Ives.
i i n m i
Iie)tuue ttepublKuta
ls alftbt at the sseetlag of the Ia
aylvaala rUpubllcaa Club report were
read frotn the catapaign committee who
have arsaaged for half rale fares to all
pasta of tba State. Efforts are belnjj
muuitt to have the Uiae ecteaded fur
tickets to thirty days with good proa
peets of success. The priated retatra
tioa Hats frosa Philadelphia have been
piaetd ia Ut club rooai. X weaty Sve
w wtaibeis were eketad. Prasidaat
Baakla gave aa aoeoaat of taa eoa
dittos of ib cautpaiga as aa fouau it
ihirtsg his vtsit to ItltaiUtphU, aad
stveru aputtitd spcaeacs wese tsutoa.
lnttd
ltoUur atul
K4Ull4
MUtUw.
stfuwB sud bi Maud ferklas ware Ulk
iug about lav tstuuuu.
TOnt 1 latestcd $1,000 is real estate,"
aid Perkiat, '-aad doubled tt is bs taaa
sin Bjif-nht That wa the bast tavastaaaat
I ever awde. Pretty good, waaa't it t"
'I've doa taster tbaa that," said awo.
"Two ) sjso i wastuid ay ail say iriead
that i was gowg UUu yoimiatiitlim aad I
thoaht Ussy wese r4abt alottf It. I bad a
do. "hark lag cowita. uu nyvIM, ms tkcey
cvue by ass aad siarts, sad saeased to do
m e goad, aad oftea tbefe at a dull,
heavy paUi ia at) chest. I kvvt urowlug
aar aad wealtet, ad at last idght
vat set ia. I taouaati sati up wit
t taea. I bad cuaaulted twu doctor twi
tai-a uttarts of tb&ir astfdidas, aad re
ceived uu bcuciSt trusa it. Oaa day I hat
itotd to read kbcaatMagaboa lr. Kane's
ffiriiltii kfedfrsl fitacoyery, sd I saada u
idatu giv U trial, but 1 aida'tsa
it ii wuuidWf ujw. I iasastai a doUsi
in a toitls of it, aad tt helped aut torn the
ut . it helped aad it cumd ate, iuid,
abea I cuatjjant my (ceaaat good boaltb
attb the adsetabk atiaMh uf two yr atu,
i tbiak t asa Mda ta ssLYiag that sajf tavait
aitat was a tuuj.li tictWr oaa taaa your.
Yoa eau't mMw haanth by aaf ateaMtce
ol 4fftlsfs aad Gaatft yijst iwitiftL i saoald
asy that 1 bad rwOUed at atast a adlaoa
Uhm wy il iuwstiaont" fb "tSuldeu
SjlAif. lecvi " la fcigii,f;ffd to biiais&
oruweiaaUahmiMStec watch it ia caeosa
autbdtd, ui Uiiiiey paid for it will be ra-
fULLitd
Ligliluiugtijd.'j ticLlju. tfh B.ui,iiJlu.
IN MEMORY 0
OFFICE OF
W. A. PIERCE Ss GO.,
Successors to E. G. Dafis
719 MARKET SPACE,
Corner Eighth Street.
We Have Excellent Reason
To believe that the largest Motiwlea Oowts
lupines (tone in the cltr t Hone here. And
why "hottloVl we Wo makeasreclnltrof
It. If there Is anrthlnanew we are the first
to show tt v ben rm Mart out to buy a
Black Dress It Is net a If yen wanted a col
oted one, for all yen haretexto thenlsto find
the rifrht shade. With ntaek (Jooris tt Is very
different. Yon may laek jndament or experi
ence. Yon don't know vhlcli will wear well
cr which Is a good Dlaek. tn snch eases yon
tare to rely on the firm of which yon make
jour rnrehase Certainly It Is mnch more to
yonr adrantase to deal where son are snre of
what ron are bnylne and that the color will
be guaranteed to lie all rlaht. Wedon't hesi
tate to say that we hare the best, the fullest,
the newest stock of Mourning (foods In the
city tho most attractive to look at ami the
mot considerate of yonr pocketook.
Tbe first thin that atttacts yonr attention
Is a bnao pile of Black ami Wblto Ooods, In
riaKlf . Stripes and Fancrs of all kinds. They
are well worth the forreer price of BOc; bnt we
hnTe marked them out at 50o per yard.
A little farther on Is another pile marked
BCc. These are all black ami comprise strloes
of alt sites. Plaids, Figured, Plata ao J Rough
Kflecte. You rltouU! see these bargalns-they
arc wollworthyotir Inspection.
Wo aro showing some beautiful effects In
50-Inch floods.
SMnch mock and Whtto Doublo-Strlped Hin
doo Clotli Il.sjyard
to-lnch Black and Whtto Slnele-strlneit Hin
doo Cloth J1.S5 yant
CO-lnch black and V hlto rtalds Hindoo Cloth,
tl.n yard
to Inch niack and White Striped Uoyal Surah
Cloth tl 33 yant
81 Itch Nun's Serge tn Dlaok !1 yard
M-loch Camel's Hair Serge, rough effect.
si yarn
56-tnch Camel's Hair Serge, rough effect,
51.96 yard
tfl-lnch Camr t's Hair Serge, fine weave,
11.95 vard
51 Inch rlaln Camel's Hair 51.99 yard
51 Inch Droadoioth Stand tt. 3ft yard
51 inch llroadclotli tt.TSynrd
CQ.fl. Pievee &Go.,
Successors to
719 MARKET SPACE 719
Corner Eighth Street-
rjBeaBssivav . n m t? bjlss
PaUirf:a JSCaNaUV '0 m
W -m saHimm iiipiiniiii i II III I i TITIBiI'VI
f mmBhrWa sMaIM m m is m WmmnmPA
MlSBSbBM ELY I1UUTUERS. CO Warren BU New Vcrk. I'rlco 50 ctiLzSlicJ
Grand, Upright and Square
PIAJStO- FORTES.
Spaelal attaatlon ot purebuars Is lavttad
to bor
"NEW AUTISTIC STYLB8 '
rlsblw lu DiMlaaa of
"UIOHKaT UaCORATIVK ART."
I'lANOS ?OK KENT
feeeoad baad llanos at All 1'rlow.
Wm.Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
UbS C1KB.
OT3BLIW1,
3lTX.OTTDK
Aad yoa will always hav baauttfid Mraad.
JtoUs aad ittaeatts. waotaaala Oaaot, eot
aac yirsf uraar aad laillttBR avawia,
WM. M. GAL.T & CO.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
Sat TBSFM WWSBT X. W.
Bast aad Jfwmt Idaaoas la the asty- te-
jam ia H. iawrsiia,
B
fisaU asturwr,
WalBltaOTOai. II W
ajsay utd Mawy Haa,sVSj.iHaw,
TtmasaVSlaadM raf-
njl itQstatdJBsaX
JCC4J!
w
fUdaasWa
o a
OT.UXJSV
SUSHaKaSi PtA.
aiXT axtuun aiu r av
L WOUiUM rrutitLK
( CERES IP
8 1 hwh Broadcloth, extra e .watttJf .
IMmhrottra-trttd Henrietta. ...!! yard
teirteh Aritinre-strlped Henrietta St yard
Inch ltcrtfciR-fenee rhedda 81 yard
4lnch Camel's Itafr It. rough effect. ..tl yard
IMnch Eptngle lyard
49-Ineh Brocade Henrietta... l.SSyant
48-lnch Brocade Atmare it,SS yant
Inch OrSntte Cloth $t yant
We will call yonr attention toa speea' ralne
in Inch sik Watp Henrietta at Sl.Stl
yard. This wonld be rerj low at $IM.
Also a Boyat Hindoo Cloth, 4S InotMS, at St
yard.
IS-lnch French Owl 8t yartl
48 Ineb ltoyal Sarah (specUt) flynnl
tB-Ineti lloynl Diagonal St.tSyanl
Hare you seen that M Inch tlofnenmn In
rough etlict' It Is very new and taking. SI
a yard Is all we ak for It.
40 Inch Wool Henriettas, .10 aad We a yard
46-Inch Wool Henrietta, T 97e and St yard
4Clnch Silk Warp Henriettas, Sl.n, )!.
SI ;5and $)! a yard.
You should get a dress off one ot these; tho
price 1 adrancing
Then there Is a French Serge, 40 Inches
wide, all wool. S0c- We hare them In tS-lnoh
at 00, T5r and SI. They are splendid rallies.
tn our 611k Department you will find alt tbe
newest weaTes at way down values. They
mo Armures, Teau do Eole Failles, tmlla,
Japanose, i-ntln Duchess, Itbsdame. Merrett
leux, Hemstitched Su'ah, TUIn Sural), Oros
Grain, Mourning Oros drains. Canton Crepes,
Japanese Crepos, Crepe de Chine Broeades,
Black and Wblto Mrlped Armttre, Ulaok and
Wblto Striped Fa'Ue.lilackand White Strlpel
Surah, Black and Ivemler Striped Armtiro.
In Cream wo bare Surah, India and Japa
nese Silks and Canton ami Japanese Crepe
and Crepe de Chlno.
50-Inch Astracbans la BUek and Blaok and
Gray for trimmings from St to 810 per yard.
brECIAL.
iO pieces Fine All wool Saxony Flannel for
Wrappers In Stripes and t'lakl and Cheeks at
Ko a yard.
E. G. Davis.
ST
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PABST MILWAUKEE BEER,
UBST ON ACCOUNT OY
PURITY. AGE Alio STRENGTH.
lhievlully Cooil lor I'uiully Ue.
llt'iitlli'liil
for WoaW null
I'iTHOIH,
Delillllalml
R.S. WiDDICOMBE
Sluuuger VVusliliilou Ilruudi,
703-705 Hoi Capitol Stat
Telephone 273.
FOR
clothing, mmwm
AM
HATS.
GO TrOTH
Smtai Chw if
id E
SWs Miml
WLttu cTrFbu4r a04a. U i the
wMEttaW fPftlatr ml WMWJMBsWft-
Fsucaw to aciT vKYaotir.
we can aow yoa tot tus euadaa aaso taa
KTetotUaeof $7.V Omgimmtvi &m mst
i Bumi to aay W aU oa nh tnt.
Ve also haa aa ehwaat Uae ot sV ;' iiiU,
u yasaa. noas a w -
caUdma's aaiu. to l(
Hon paatalooaa wa ace can
w we the U)4iH, as
g waiml
aiaaafaatwae evaty duUax's wurtb ows-
iii4ti uiil thiuctdortt
caat oa every aullar Uvuuil We bive But
beat $i paotaluoas ia tie worW, uutlr ad
wol aad tfowaatasd auver to rta, aad oat
cfr m sg aad $1-39 nnts are basoad u Asafiasi"
&ow w sMintlun a taw ortsas of uair stats
aai FajraaitilasT ids
taabMi style, aokl evf waaca fLitJ., t
list
aJUar's styla, UM. at l .
OBBssV
suoast
Uktasi styto. !
itk tor oar UBQii a naray
rnwoiaia
ToamMWW uifAarjsiurt.
Sartfafa la Haa Uadarwar ia U oaaaV
ttaa' bum ate aa. aoaetal nas Veil Btasa
tabu atracs. IWlUateuldawd Stoaaa
er. i iai thsiatastacneitkaiuSeckwaar
at is, ts aad sas.
wuujiyooaatwady wuarjkA3iuygi th
aaof e artmas n a a u di
H. FRIKDLANDER,
(Bh-a
515 SerfMh Street Hitot,
Have Orned a First claw Itetall
Credit Jewelry Store
where they will comtantly keep on hand
a complete stock and large assortmtnt of
Silverware
&c, &c.f &c,
WHICH THET Wlbb SEbt, ON A
SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM
CHEAPER
THAN CAN BE BOUGHT EUBWIIBHBFOR
CKSH,
Thereby enabling our patrons to have
the USE of the AUTICLE while they
arc paying for It.
Wo keen n full stock of all tho best
grades of Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gold
and Silver American Watches, Incltut
lng Split Second and Repeaters. Also
Howard, Ilockford, KIgIn, Wnltham,
Hampton and Swiss Movements.
Fine Watch Itopftlrlng a Spsclalty.
CAM. AND I,KA11N HOW TO VVi
QOODS ON
OUR SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM
IIEFOIIE 1'UltClIAStNa ELSBn'HEKB.
Goods Delivered on First Payment,
Optn evenings.
515 Seventh Street Northwest.
Upstairs.
Messrs, Lee Shepard
Announce the Publication ol
a Library to be Called
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This series will be issued
in monthly parts and will
consist of choice works by
s.ome of the "best American
ard Foreign Authors, upon
various subjects, Including
Fiction, Biography, History,
Essays, &c.
The initial volume of the
series Is now ready.
Eack imki M Be Cmte It
f.
Bo, 1 The Blind Mm and
the Devil.
aynUKEAi.
0 te VoUomaar
Ho. 2r-ln Trusts w. Dr, h-
traod's MMi
h 3-1 mim Dials,
r 0UV4K OB9U).
Umrn fm, $3 hi Year,
WKVXaWlMNd.
SiHfl Numbars, 50e.
saaatiad bt sJi ausUer
i aad aajr sluala ruisaar aaat
QtL BMSSiiJt Of ttftiuag
LEE & SHEPARD,
PUBLISHERS,
BOSXOK.
Diamonds,
Watches,
Jewelry,
lew York Clotliing louse,
11 mil
Everybody "Talking55 Clothing.
atrk
2&B&.r
kXo ball rollrna" we wll riva swnoSpeatal tmnralns tor the naxt tow daxj.
We start on those nobby lall-welaBt Otwcoats that are KtSltiw all ow town for flo.
mm eowesthose elsirant Meltons and Keweys. with or wlthoat silk facta. We 1st
thowewa'hefin'lrpOTldMelt6tis, KerseTS. Cheriets ami Worsted', all sbd.
Bk'fWt VriCTfOvwc'oats ramre frefajs toW. We have erwy known
rtattHfcl SWt My?. ... u .s is- rwa VaU HMtsa Ma hatsn M M U CrM
vW.WssT.T?iwi-sr
Clay WtaitW?. thtbet la fffif, say material that ytw may wish.
tratyratNtcMMreB'snnHirftwntiiecwplete. ,
wewriflt the Stoat Man, Lean Man. fall Maa, Short Maa.K
Sasali Man
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
MASUFACTrREIl AND RETAILERS,
Syracuse, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y.
31 1 Seventh St. N. W.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.
MEL ROY'S
HRT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice,
Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures
Stock hcept Allotypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Srcclal attention paid to Framlne. ltiwIMtnir. Movlns ana Boxtnc rietures and Mirrors.
James Bo Iiambie,
HKRDWHRE,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GAS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS,
HAKE TEA 03 09FFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In
stant the cooldng is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOK BALK
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest,'
JSSt5'JTHROW AMD E HAJvkitDl YOU CANY gitek
LQ .HUitr it1 That TRUk HCAMg JW h Kwc5SI''Ma
SsBDrs.liSBw
PTMIHsS1 MfMmm
BUT Y01JE TE1TMS AID HAMESS
436 Sswaitk btK W.,
Extra Mim and Bxtra
$1.15 and $ 1 .50.
IH 10 OB 15 MIHUTES.
BY THK
-AT-
next to Odt TeUowi' HalL
riArrnoADS.
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To trtc North, West and Southwest.
DwiMe Traek. SplfinilM Sccncrjr.
Steel Ran. Msmlflcent Bqnlpment.
In effect May llth. 1190.
Trains leave WashtMrtoti, from station, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, a follows-
For Prrrrit8 and the We. CWoaao Ltmt
ted Bspressof roilman PstlbnleCarsat
10 80 a m dallr; Faxt Line, 10 so a m daily to
CMoajro, Colantbns and St Lonls. with
Sleerifns raw from narrlpbnrn to lndlanap
Ol'S, Pittbnr to Oolambns; Altoont to
CWeaeo. fit. lonls Chlcaro and Cincinnati
Express, 3 30 r m daily Parlor tar Wash
Irgion to IlanlshnrR. and Slceploe far
Ilarrlsbnrg to 8t. Louis. CWrairo and nn
olnnatl, and Dining car narrlbbnrc tost
LonK chteaeo and Clnolnnail. Western Ex
press, at T -til p m dally, with sleeping cars
Washington to Ch1eo and Bt LonK con
neettn dally at Harrison with through
Sleepers for Lonlsvllleand Memphis Pml
man Dining '"ar nttsbnrit to Hlchmond ana
tlileairo. Paelflo Kxpra, 10 no pm dally,
fornttubnrfand the West, with through
Sleeper to Pittshnr and rittsburg'toChl-
PALMOnE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fen KarC, CanandAlgna, Roehecter and Nl
naara r11n dally, except Sunday, a ro a ra.
For . & Cananoalcna and Rochester dally;
firBnffaloand Masara dally, except Sat
tirday, 10 00 p m. with Sleeping Car Wash
Inalon to Rochester.
For WitriAMroTtT, Lock Raven and Klmlra,
at 10 M) a m dally, except Sunday
For Witt.tAMsroRT, dally. 3.10 pm
For rnlLAnrtrHiA, New York andtheGtst.
?.0, o co. it ro and n.40 a m, a.io, i 4 w,
5.40, 10 00 and 11 90 p m. On Sunday, 9.00,
11.40 a m. S 10, S.15. 4 W, 10 oo and 11 Wput
Limited Kxpres of Pnllman Tartor Car3
9.40 a m dally, except Sunday.
For New York only, Limited Express with
Dining Car, 5 oo p m dally.
Fon PaitAnstTHiA only. Fast Express S to a
m vcek days and 4pm dally. Express
Sunday only. 5 top m.
Fon Dosroa without change, 3.15 pm every
nay.
Fon Brooklyn. N. Y alt through trains con
nect at. Icrey City with twnts of Brooklyn
Anhex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
ptrert. avoiding double ferriage across New
York City.
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m weekdays, lt.M
pm dally.
Ton llAtTUtonx. 0JS. 7.J0, 8.10, 9.00. 0 40, 10.00,
10 SO, 11 COnnd 1140a n, U.OS.S 10. 3.1S 330,
4 CO, 4 SO, 4 30, 5 CO. 5 40, 6 CO, 7 40, 10.00 anil
11. so n m. on Sunday 9.00. 9 0. 10. V), 1 1 ia
a m. 2 10, 3.15. 3 '), 4 00, 4. SO. S.00, 5.19, G.00,
7.40, 10 oo and 11 aopm.
For Pors's Crirk Line, 7 20 a m and 4.30 n m
dally, except Sunday.
For AaxAroLis, 7.30 and 9.00 am, 12.05 and
4 SO p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
9.00 ajn and 4. SO p tn.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY-,
In effect May 11th, 1800.
Fon AriXAxnntA, 4 30, 0 35, 7 45, 8 40, o.tv
10.57a m, 14.01 noon,2.03, 3 V, i 45, 4.55, 6.01,
B.0, 10.05 n ml 11.39 pm. On Snnday at 4 30,
7.15, 0 45 10.57, a tU, 3.30, C.01, 8.03 and 10.05
p.m.
AccojutopATio for (Jimntlco, 7.13 a mand
4i5pm week-days. 7,45 a m Sunday.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m week
days.
TnAiNsteave Alexandria for Washington,! )!
7 15. 8 co. o.io. 10.15. 11.07 am; 1 jo 3 00,11),
5.10. 005. 7.03 0.S0. 10 37 and 11 03 p i
On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 am; 3 00 ill,
7.05, 7.90, 6.20 and 10.37 1 m.
Tickets and Information at tho office,
northeast corner ot Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho nation,
where orders can lio left for tho chocking of
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dences. CIIAS. K. PUOH, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gcnl. Pass. Agont.
lialtiniuru.tnil Ohio Il.iiiro.ttl.
Schedule In effect Jane 20, 1390.
Leave Wathlngton from station cornor ot
New Jertcr avenue and O streot.
Fon CurcAoo and Northwest, Vestlbulcd
Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express
B.JOpm.
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louts and Indianapolis
express daily 3.J0 atd 11.30 p m.
Fan I'lTTsBi-no and Cleveland, express d ill
9 ai a m and B.40 p. m.
FonLixixa-FoNanaiiolntsIa theShenaadoah
Vn'lcy, ll.wam.
Fon M iNrumiR and way stations, t:.30 p in.
For LcnAV, ts.30 nnd 3.to p m.
Foh IlAi.TiMonr, week days, 4C5,5 00, 643,
7.10 7..-0(3.W 45-mlnutes), 8.30, 9.50, (11.00,
13.00 45-mlnnlM) a. m.li I0.if.l3 (i.so 4V
minuted, (S.15, 45rtilnutes), 3.39, 4 90, 4 30,
4X (1.10, iS-mtnntes) 3.30 0.00, 015, 0.30,
7 10. 7.SV, 8 36, 9 CO, 10.30 and 11.10 p. m.
Hlll('ar. 4t6, 7.30, 7.30. 8.30, 0 30 n m.
(13 CO, 45 minutes) 1.00. 3.15, (&50, 43 mtu
Utes) 3 35, 4.3V, 4 33, (1.50, 45 minutes) 0.0U.
1.15. 6.30, 7.30, 8 V. 10.3C, 11.30 p m.
For Wav t-TATioNs betsreen Washington and
llallliwire. 5 to, O.se. 8.30 a m., Uio, 3.33,
4.a, e su, I !." p m. Suudays, 3 JO a ra., 1.00,
3 Jt, 4,S3,6jai, 11.30 pra.
Trains liavc Ualtimohe for Washington,
vieek days. S.tO, u.20, 6.30,7.15, 7.W, 8.09,
8.30, 8 35, 9.30 and 10.30, 10.33am.; U.0O,
U 1U. 3 10. S.JT, 3.50, 4 00, 4.15, 5.00, 0 00, 0.3U,
7.00, 7.10. 8.30, 8 30, 9 00. 10.10, 1010 and 11.00
p 111 Sundays. 6 30, 7.13. 8 30. 8 J5, 9.3), 10 X,
10.36 a m 1 00. t .05. 3 10, 8 30, 4.13, 5.00. 6.30,
7.00,7 30,8.30,830, 1010, 10.30 and 1 l.O) pra.
FoRANNAroMs,6.l6 and 8.30 a m U 10 and
4 30 i ill. bundays. 8 30 a in., 4 rl p ra.
Leae AnnapolM. 6.35, 8.37 a m., 13.05, 3
p in. Sundays, 8.30 a m., 3.55 n m.
Fuk Matiiim on tbe Metropolitan II ran a .
16.30, s 30 a ra II 15 p ra. For prlcrlpsJ
ttatkHM only, tto.40 a m.. tl.30 and t5.
pra.
Fun ItocKvttu: and Way Stations. 1 1 33 p m.
Fuk (Uithkiuwdhm arid latermedlato pctutiL
ts.oo, liutw, tnxoa m., tl.oo, tJ.uu. 1,33,
tMs,ioo, tnsopa.
For l'ovu's and Intermediate stations, ,9
Church train leaves Washington on Snnda
at 1 IS p ra.. Hopping at all stations on
Metropolitan Branch
For Fmushick. t.ao, 8J0, 9 30 111.30 am.,
SI. is, ta 30, M. p m.
Fob Dagesmtowk, tlO 40 a m. and t3 30 p m.
Tvaixs ABBtrilros Chicago dally 11 13 am
aad 4.1V p m; from Cincinnati aad bt. LouU
dal y S.tO a m aad 3 05 p m; trum Pittsburg
7.10 a hi, 5.W p ra dally.
NKW YORK A PHILADELPHIA DIVISION.
For New 1 uhk. Tretitoa. Newurk, N J, and
llUiibelu, N. J , 108. tSOO, siO-OO, 'UW
am. 3SP. 'tM and W.30 p to. Buffet
Ihirlor l ar on all day train. Sleeping lar
ou the to 38 p ra, opB at 900 pra.
Fur rsiutimiu, M.B5, t8 00. 10.00, MiOO
aooa, 1.50, 't.40, S.IS aad '10.30 p in.
Fuk Newark, Del , Wlimlagtoa and Chester,
4 6S, 48 00 am, 13.00 aoon, ''50, 'ISO,
'6 15 and 30 p HI.
For ikTMtaxiitATK points between Baltlmnre
aad Paiiadelptda, tS.OO aad i'.JO a in, t .' 50,
I ) p m,
Trails lcavx New York for Washington,
tea. til 38 am, 3 M, 3 , soopiuand
13 15 HUM.
TaAit.si.XAtK lidladelpala tor Wahlcgton,
UN, !. , !! am, il w, !,
tM T 38 pm.
Vw UTO. '3.68 p at. wlih Pullman lluffet
ShuK Car ruaataff ttuoagh to lunt jit
wttbiut cliaaaa, via ISMUt.kepla InJ-o,
taadlax paamw la B. & il. statiu at
ttestoa.
FaaAVLAkTie Citv, IM aad 10M am,!? 00
acua, sMiadays, its aa, i3Q0uu.a and
W.aOpRi.
tExcept&aisday. DUy. ISumlayon'y,
Kaaaiwe ealbMl for aad ebacked Irom b
tals aad rttddaucee br I'ulott Transfer l . n
ordt last at ticket osacea, S19 and 1 in Pa
& Sattii Sst lIsBPOt-
J. T. ODHLL, CHAS. O SCI LL.
Gwi.Maaaaer. faon. Pus. A t
JOHNP.AGNEW&OO
Waolasato aad Hatati Dealers la
rWMe ad Gage's Creek Coal,
UFHC&Jsat Pa. asa. tftoreoraa Bui 11 lag).
YAKD: Cte. tt at- aad OaL ave
TSUJU'aOKK: Ottea. t-: Yard. 90
BRACE UP, MAN!
Certain ili .orders cf 5Ii: uak, them B.Je.
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sum ns tL 'J3
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