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TELE DA1L.1' (IUrIIC MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 1890
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The Daily Critic
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lBr Ketritrnfts aim l.ws r Vitw,
,. Mjrrtesnesi, malarial. exnMstton and
BlMmi tronMes. Klnc's fonte trme of ows
jrrertire. 75 rents rr pint bottle only
t KbMtt Hnnse Prnf Store.
tY. It llmtbini m .
tttvfatots and Furnishers, Kis and is P
mt mirthwest. I
A,TSrrece Bed
irow is tnts ror a nnrnr
drown Set ltd Oak forte
will mil yon the sirae Set,
i FtttM and Jtattres. for 11
jis.iw. irar
PMt ftnimrl mraot 1.T(1 KM fM.
MM tapestry Brussels Carpet, 73c per
twd. c
Ont
nest JRHjitettc csrrwt. ji s? per
two. If yon want honest, reliable foods M
ftWSonftMe pr!rc. Out store is full of tlw.
AH price' srsaranteed.
vc. H. HbrwtrosiA Co.,
1 Ji? taxi F street northwest .
Kmtrten'n Newl!!! tftMnt
Jotm lttrdden, the nfrmeer installment man,
ftMHitf Kaei! at MO and iVM Seyenth st reet
etMt. has fast returned from the iast
ftnWMlets with an lnrowne nppt of H
Hn of hovsekrepinc ood, carpets. t.re,
NMj.ete. Ton can fnrnlshynrrmnsw front
cwtat to furrer, at this store, with jash
fWtom, OB the Installment plan.
She NaWrtml treinntt Oormrnny,
dr. 18th 9S. nmt X. V. Arteritis,
P,S?SSSSh9T& feS
HBOdgf bft. -ffl flMNMlt tmwi Mr
tfct tWT toWOTt fatvft.
w. a t. o.
lip Animal tlnntrntlnn Will He Ileltl
TliM Week
Tto Women's Cnrlstlsn Temrternnce
Uwlon will hold Its convention at the
Xetrcjmlllsn M. K. Church next
WidrKstlsy ami Thursday. Trie morn
ing sesatoh nn WetlnessUr will lw occu
I'tetl la sptmlnllntt committees. At the
aftertmnn session 1 lie president's annus!
ftttoresa will lie delivered, ami reports of
oflkcra will be ramie. There will be a
tiuMIc setvlce In the evening, at which
Mis Grace A. Kin will sinjr ami Sire.
JIary A. Ltrermore will speak. On
Thursday morning officers will be
oltctnl and delegates to the national
convention chon.
The subject upon which reports will
be presented are as follows- Flower
mission, Sirs. Sallle Dcnhsm; evangel
istic work, Sirs. 0. L. Clark; prison
ami jail work, Mrs II II. Hendrlck
sob; social purity, hope and help mis
slnn, Jits. II. K. 1'crley; Sabbath ob
strrance, Jlrs. IJ. 11. Catlln; work
aiBong forclencrs, Jlrs. II. Crosby; ju
venile work, Mrs. Alfred Wootl. chalk
talk, Mrs. Mabol Welch; temperance
literature, Mls L. 8. Welclitmnm tin
feimenlcd wine, Mrs. U. W. Knowles;
lcgtslatlvo work, Mrs. Marearet Weaver;
youns woman's work, Mrs. II. D.
Moultnn; hygiene and heredity, Mrs.
Annie K. llovee; scientific temperance
Insttuctlon. Mrs. Sophy Smith, press
work, Mrs. L. K. Deane.
Tennis Tournament,
The annual tournament for the South
ern tennis championship will be held
this afternoon at the Ilachelor Club
Courts, at Seventeenth and 1 streets, If
the weather permits. Drawings for the
f iuelcs were held this morning, and tho
dtan Intra for doubles will take place
Cti Filtlav. The following entries have
1 ready been made:
8lticl-VIentliie (i. Hall, I'. I.. Kail,
II. C. Karwull, II. M. Itllllnes, II. Ktnnou
l'etr. W. (1. Peter, 8. Kotlman Ueaeli, K.
A 'lloniwin, Owir Woodward, L'lifirlei
MeCswley. .1. C. Davidson. W. V. Melcalf,
CtBfe Uiiimt, H. C. Palaver, (1. A.
l.jona, Jult 1". Wootan, P. K. I'arks, T.
K. CtMUbert, J. II. HrickeiMteln, S. (1.
Walker, A. W. Akiiii, Tliomas I. Borden,
F. A. Kllow. M. K. I'rowter, C. J. I'oet,
jr.. J. I,. Grant, H. SpaldloK Ue CanimiulU
ami A. K. Wright.
Duulilet Hall and IU11, foaeh ami
TbeMton, I'uet ami I'roeser, llllUns; ami
l'oilutr. Klloic and l'xitiiw, t'eter awl
l'eier, IHitiiUun ! Melcuir, Walker and
AftiieHU, fhrne ami Hordes, VoolTanl
and .Wet'awfey, Ie OarwatNlhi ami Port
mr, VVrljiUt, a. K. and 1'itrtser.
I'riHlerlrk I'alr,
The B. AO.K.R Co. will Mil eveursUm
tk'ktti to Fredettek, IneliKilnf admiton
to the Flr, at the low rate of ., fw all
IIkHm UctuUr la to 17, luelutv, xoo.1 for
ittturn mui 1 1 Uetuher IS.
Om WtdseMtay, October 15, a speelal
t rata m leave station, New Jrey avenue
ami U street, 6:30 a. m , ami on Tnureday,
Oetoter Jfi, a suerlul train will leave at
IfcM a. m. Ttefcets will b old on Utaea
tw da) (Wedm-adey ami ThureiUv), In
elmlfi'ff mlwlHioo to the Fair ami it at
ttaattoBs, at the rate of $1.66, good only on
day of sale.
for tittte of regular tralna see time-table
in another column of tbit paper.
Siu Tvuifierunce OrKunliatlun,
At Cfcuoll IumUuU IIjII last night a
)sre BuetlBgwas hihl of the newly.
oraBld temperance soctety, whleh U
UMlr the leleihlp of Mrs. E. A.
CSmbiWh Dr. Kcrpr of I'hlladel.
pbte, wbo spoke, refvrretl more espe
ctaJly to tb iBtlufBca of fofigafa
upB the drink trarl la the Ualwd
$AHa. llesaU that. hll be was in
favor of throwing wide open the doors
e-f th Hpnblfe for the admlsaioa of
Sofoix&tn, Im was opposed to tha latro
duciioA of a daaa of iuiaiIranU who
CiM luMt to tsgage 1b the salooa
latleeM.
t'atUi' Ucuth hu .luulituat.
Tte theory of foul play iu eoaetloa
v Hti Kdwajd Caiot's deal a haa been ex
r f4ti. acd the theory ad vauwd by Tub
CkiTIC cs Saturday that it was acciden
tal haa bees genflly eosrotaoeatttii.
Hi.teiivr JMasfMM Made a easeful iavea
tfyUioa, asui fcuod thai, CatoB had bttea
sHIwkisiaT oa Saturday aiukt. ile at
Hasis nlffn d from dyspuU, and wsu
Ultcktd with faUUag sptlk.
l'ltUMbMl Sul UHttty.
WlUUi Faalrof. coioad, pleauaal aot
fUtlr to day in Use Criaslmal Oust to
h lsaTihriwnnl ehargia Uax with em
Itrwhraaee,! of p, Juo IT, 1W. from
m laaojiltsna kaowa as the VriMads of
Kaw. The forfeiture of his Meojc
ww set aside by Asaituat
, AUMaey Uowatd Clagatt
-- .
Stalie TSMAtMi.
Thst Mew Yosk Oakty Caaapiay,
whkat wmwffi-i a week's gagsiajeet
Bjt thai QMm la aicbt. it roaiildnmd oaa
P lPBPp a"as w raejpa iaaaaaawaSB"Waa vnsSBw
ef Use ht vaudvtlW camoiMttoau o
th rmd. ad reaesus a itriTgramsar of
MmI eaUtwe. vty sight, wod
MMkiay Wcdaeadav, Friday 4 Satu-
In HpsMiae Heaw asui htm.
Via Colwrd CluzeM' Protective
LaMtNl o h lit siri hlbS SQJIIilaal
Vmlam A- Carter, a taralgbUrm Be- !
FIbpS, fttwHfflftto iw Qojlataaaa f sojai
ih Eighth Tirgiaia dJatrkt" An a4
mm Ul he lurepwed aakiag thsi coi-
Mtsttsjs e ' he tiftstistisi Wisih. 1
Thai Octhr IrMitBtiti BMatla of the
1'ha KlaflaMsBai aWssafahsat
jMH Immmi Ua tsUiaW ia BtrhiHfiiifi oo tJ3
aaalvaiU sWtoa wtll sett tulits at
WM. . mi '.1, gooi to whsn
am i'tiAf.r.r Une AAk. Tuioa '
sr asas wps aft., aaw aas b. s
laaaa suu alao aa ebm leavtair A
mmmkm iJB
ub (ke lisav
Bffffiflht M
gSWhi
RATHER EXCITING.
A l'Htfhntr MannfHeterer on n K-
away jr Chiwee the Ktitt".
From tht nttttotre Btumrch.
An Iron mamifaclnrer of thfc cliy hrA
a thrilling eperfei on the Petrftsyl-
vanlit Mailrnsd a few days since, tht m
Mt bits not fputtd Its way Into ptttti
He had tflpftged ten sections lit a
sleeper at Philadelphia for himself atM
family, bnt by some mistake th rtm
section of the train to which the mnp
belonged pulled out of the I'hllwleirAin
depot before the fsmily arrived. Titer
was a httstltec for a few minutes, ami
another sleeper was found awl pnt Into
Ike Kcond section, and, as there was no
time for proper maae tin, the shsspsr
was piscin next me tenner or tne toco
motive. AH went well emm;h ttnlll
the train had come some distance down
the western slope of the mountain,
when the manufacturer happened to no-
ttce tuat ine car was tunning at a ter
rific rate of speed. Turning to look for
hr locomotive he was horror stricken
loFr-elt wmldlnir, sway like the wind,
ttjingto ktep out of the way of the
irsin, abd the eneineer making' ftantlc
motions for sorm-thlne; to be ilone.
The passenger selral the brake wheel
and was further horrified to find the
chain broken, ity this time the engi
neer, seelnit that the pseeenger had
seme enough left to act, slowed the lo
comotive until the living train came
within ear shot and called to the iron
maker to tun into the lavatory ami turn
the valve on the air brake, lie obeyed,
but found the door locked and some one
Inside who refused to open the door.
Thete was no time for explanation, so
he kicked the door In and caught the
valve just as the Irate occupant was
getting In good fighting trim. The
latter then comprehended the sltuatton
ami gave over his belligerent demon
strations. The speed of the train was
slackened sufficiently to Allow It to con
nect with the locomotive and repairs
were made. The trouble was that the
coupling had pulled out of the sleeoer.
This Is the explanation of why a fait
train on the Pennsylvania Ilailroiul was
four hours late a few mornings since.
"IWO FOR TEN."
How a Jlrnce or Impecnnlonn Sons of
Jlacchni (lot Tliere"
"Yes," enld llnrkccpor'.l'hll Haquette
to a St. Louis Mar reporter, "I got left
this morning."
"How so?"
"Two men came in with the air of
men of cash, and one of litem asked the
othor what he would have to drink
'Nothing,' was the reply, "don't men
tion dilnkttomc again for a month.'
Then the man who proposed the treat
says: 'Oh, lake something: a little sell
7cr and lemon, or soda cocktail,' but he
thanked his friend and asked to lie ex
cused. 'Wi-ll,' Insisted the manager of
the pair, 'don't take a shingle oft tho
man's home, have a cigar.' No, ho
would not evm take a cigar.
"With this the tonerous matt poured
a largo thin whisky glass full of llelle
of Nelson to the brim. There wns more
than three ordinary drinks In the glass.
He than drank about half of it, made
afaco and said tome: 'What's tho mat
ter with that whisky?' I replied with
some emphasis that It was ilrst.clast
goods, four years old.
"Turnlne to his pattner with the thin
glass half full be said. 'John, taste that
and cee what you think of It.' John
swallowed the big drink with a relish,
but shook his head and replied: 'It ain't
right.' Then they strolled out, leaving
a dime on the counter."
Or Inlcrmt to Hear lirtnkera.
from Ihi MUmtHlu .V.
A Gorman chemist recently analyzed
a'glsas of beer and found that it con
tained katdobenedlctcnkraut. That Is
probably the ingredient which caiuei
katzenjamrner the next morning.
GrudUHtly (I murine Kcunnmlcat.
From tht yilviuU HlatUr.
"Hut Bertha' It was only last month
that I paid a dressmaker's bill of 1"0
marks, and here Isauother one for this
month of 100 msrks." "Well, dear
Edgar, that shows, you see, that I am
beginning to spend let!"
Single Faro to Itlelimouil.
The colored people will cekilirate In
Rtehwwud ou October IS, 13 ami 17 the
anniversary of the Emancipation I'rocUou
llon. tickets will be sold by the l'ettuivl
vanla Kailroatl at rate of one fare for the
round-trip, Hlh to 17th, jrood to return un
til ami including the MMh Trains leave
Wathitigtou at -I. HO and 10:i7 a. at. ami
5 p. iu.
The 16th will be the big day -panda Iu
the morning and ttreworks In the evening.
In order to aegoauaodate those wanting to
make a Dying trip a sped! traiu wilt leave
B. A P. atiou at sahlaigbt mi the 13th,
and returning leave Webiaaad at ruUiuiirul
on the Iflut.
Aa It Slay He,
Walter By the way, yo haven't
shown we your union eard.
IXntr Lnloa eard? I don't belong
to any union'
Waltir (rt-rnovlng the weal) Sorry;
we only serve Union mu-b litre'
TF-. T
j-j yuii' mc t v tt
COLD or COUGH,
Rente or lpctlliix to
(I
OOr-JSUIPTBOW,
& E
or itKi; roil i.ivi:st osi.
AHD UYPOPHOSPJUTBS
or nuts J.vfl souj.
Xaa B3T7H.SI OUHH 3i01X. IT.
'Ihia pfe.''&r-it'"ii cntalua the atlnula-
uaa
anil
; 1-r.iitr .f "i ue jiwMr
Bus hurv.Uam 1U. Livr UU. IV 1
ty : l j ..o.....i a 'ii '.i.i nui ituu
ainfiilnSle m ai(k TL .-.. tltoee aa vi a
KJ4U tlnu u, 1 Lv,r OIL A unite t
E wuUif.u . U.L'.. t U-iji - u (jiLet uia'l'). c
coys iMP'riox,
Scrofula, --1 a Flesh Producer
lUeeeissottuu i'e IMTTf HastLSiasV.
It la soil t ail t: uju. Lwt uo oifs 1.7
w' .
SBMeaaanaBwa-aaBensaaKgsssaBKsacsstsE
&SYv,
jPl-f
vmmammsmmgmm bif'iiiiiiliiiiiiii, . iiMwum.
Importing Taite-p,
ThtaU
WaalsaiSu oetaas
OFFICE OF
W. A. PIBBGB & GO,,
StfCGessors to E. G. Davis
719 MARKET SPACE,
Corner Eighth Street.
AjWtIIJr $09 fif Mili5
i,W9 rerts AU-JtLK - tmwOratn
No. -t Iweh wMe: rhwrrt. a:rlTWrt
to Sea vwrtl.
Wo. 7"l itteh wMe: regaHtr ttfree se; rerlwcert
to Be a yurtt.
So. 9-n reeh wMe: regtrtar pHee lte; rerineetl
to ft a yard.
So. l-t hrehea wMe; rwpilar rtc lte; r-
rtncel re a ynl.
lo. -tt lnehes wMe; retwlar price lse; re
rtnewt lo iee a yarn.
We have these eootis In alt the leadlne
hartes, Inclndin- Mrk, whtte and erenm, I
Someone is lo-lnc heavily. Well, what ito '
ynesre, Ton jet them at half their valne.
The seceiKl Job In Rtbhoa Is 0 rnrtls faney 1
all -silk for millinery purpose-, la all the new- j
est shades. Three M) Inches wMe; re-nlr j
price We: tor this lot the prtee will be lc pw
ysnl.
The thlrrt Job In ttlbbon Is very heavy black i
stos-erain, all stlK.
4 Inehes wMe, Sc rer yard.
9 Inches wMe, se peryartl.
I. E ATI! BR (tOODS.
An exetllent Chattelalne Pair, made after
the newest fahtea,of oot (trained leather
(Imitation seal), kht lined. A splendht value
for SI. bnt for the pteient the prtee will be
sse.
ONK DOLLAU Ktl) ULOVE POR TSc.
This l a 4 button, undressed Olove In tans,
stales and blacks- We wtll guarantee that It
can't be matched for less tlmrt SI per pair.
Tlicy are not oM stock, bnt new, fresh Roods
bought under price. At an Inducement we
let yenr have yonr pick at TJc a pair.
A SrBCIAb DRIVK IN OtR I.ACRDKPT.
lly chance wo trot la the flrt offer ami se
cnredalotof "Point de Oene" Ice; about
TOO yards In all. it Is 4 Inches wide and was
imported to sell for He a yard wholesale; !3e
per yaid Is what we ate seltlo It for,
TitlMMtSOS.
The reduction In this department wtll be In
a real Rulpute rancmcnterlc thst eost 3 per
cent, more to lam! than we offer It to
you for.
50c quality reduced to Sfc per yard
6Sc do do SSe do
Eo do do Mc do
Ho do do TOO do
St do do 8e do
One lot of (lutpure Kscnrtal Laeo
S7.C0 quality redueed to !1 so per yard
St.eo do do J130 do
Ss.80 do do il.'.i do
Small lot of ladles' t'olored-Itorder Horn
stltcheil Handkerchief; reduced from Die
each to 1 for 39c.
WKAHKDETERMlNKIi
o do the Corset buttress of the town, and
what It tliere to keep us from It' NVo have
CO.fi. Pievee&Go.
Successors to E. G. Davis,
719 MARKET SPACE 719
Corner Eighth Street.
feSseccCcav
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ELY imOTUEIlS. ca Warren
HOOVER & SNYDER,
roiinerly lll the lute firm ofiralluu
A MiHUliuiil,
Announcement.
SHOES
TO THE PUBLIC:
We take pleasure In
announcing that we
have opened business
at No. 1217 Pa. Ave.
N. W., where you will
find a complete stock
of FINE SHOES, to
which we invite your
special attention and
solicit a share of your
patronage,
HOOVER k SNYDER,
1217 Pa. Ave.
S. $itk loovsr, Jr. Luther 1. Ujitt
otll In
HVTJSLX AJXM JtmTJLMJ.NTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
mrwrtuwmtMmtx.w.
am aist MHMit UM hi tha etsy- J-
- tetP-fts
WSilirWTITfMi If 1'
SQUf IgBMM Mbu
tII Rp1 wWF
TiM- WMt H m BW-
T"
mPPs st s " iyt
SLX.CAJFJ.
w
iiimnni
1-ft
P 1 W'SWff VMHb
idtioivfiiiili ML
g.
m9 anno mo F4- 4v
L. WQQMMR. ftuurtatos.
oor Cbfset made at the very rewet faetovy
prices, white the msjorHy tmy fro Jobbers.
As a starter we will sell orrr own Special oof
set, which we want to mrrarlnee, and we
think the best kind of an mtrmtnetton , Is hr
rmttln- the price within the reach of alt.
"This corset Is a fine French Oomll. boned
wtth the bet whalebone, Iwo-sMe steeles on
eaeh side, handomely embroHered wtth red
(fast eotot), and Is perfect flitlmr. Yon en
compare It wlthsnySl Coret In the market,
and we irnsrantee that yon will fled none
better for that price. As we have It made for
onr own ate, yon cannot bny it elewncre.
It Is called theW. A.r. (W. A. nree) cor
et.aml we intend It for onr rejmbtr TSc
Corset, bnt the Introduction prtee will be Mc.
a pair.
LAD I US' WtNTBR SKIRTS
TM lot of Skirt was left over from Mr.
tavls' stock, hat w not shewn dtmne oar
clearing sale, as that occurred in warm
weather. They are seasonable sow and we
want the room they ocenpy.
(jntlted Mohan Skirts; termer prleejl SO; re-
dnced ttc
(fnilted Mohair Skirts; former price SS.90; re
drtcel Si
Qnllted Mohair Skirt; former price 1.W; re-
dneed !l
Qallted Mohair Skirts; former prtee SI; re
dneed f
Qullteil Mohair Shirts; former price SB SO; re-
drtced ii.n
3 (Jnllled Satin Skirts, jtaraet ami brown; was
54; now S
8 Qallted Satin Skirts, black; was SS.t-0;
now SI. 75
Indies' fine Cloth Skirts In (all wool) color?,
brown, navy, slate and (tray, brown mixed,
natutal and brown, black, white, grav ami
red striped; also plain black.
JS.S6 skirts reduced to 31.11 eaoli
HM skirts reduced to $1.30 eaoh
S1.S8 skirts reduced to Plo each
tt SO Skirts reduced to 31.35 eaeh
SI Skirts reduced to Jl.M each
Se.7& Skirts reduced to SI.1T each
Small lot of China Silk Drapory Soarfs In
figured and plain; reduced Irom Si to TOO eaoh
UAROAINS tN THESMAU.WKAM DBPT.
Silk loom Web, ltc; reduced from 3Sc.
Lot of steel Shear:, Me per pair; reduced
from Mo.
Ensllsh IlalrHns, 60 In box, 9e tiox; reduced
from 19c.
Stockinet Dross Shields
No. 1 "e pr.
No. 3-IIok.
No.3-lcir.
Feather-weight Diess Shields
No. l-10e pr.
Ko. S te pr.
No. 3 15c pr.
so pairs Hose, slightly soiled, redueed from
5c and 50c a pair to 3 pairs for St.
Su New Tort rrlco w ets.E
PABST MILWAUKEE BEER,
111ST OX ACCOUNT OF
PURITY. AGE AHD STRENGTH,
l'hjcrlally (iosil for futility I'no.
Iteuvlli'iul for Weak nml IH-ltilltuttxl
l'truni.
R.S. WiDDiCOMBE
Manager Wuhliiuglou Itriuit'li,
703-705 lloitli Capitol Street
Telephone 273.
Grand, Upright and Square
PIAIstO FORTES.
Special taUMitUm or puicfaasen 1 lariuJ
to cux
"siiw xwnmejifrriwi.
KWHWTDSOOIUTIVK ABT."
ruam KHt bbnt
SMast-hsAi Ftanos a All Fries.
Wm.Knabb & Co.,
817 M attest Sfkxcc.
IMS CULM.
QMJHW WtUt
M nflpHUu
tU. U. OAtT & J.
(crs&;sjp
TO PREVENT LOSS BY CREDITING
AKD
C1LLECT DEBTS DUE YOU
jois fns
Merchants' Mutual
Protective Union,
Which Is an on?nitIon of the Whole
sale sml Retail Merchants of the Dig
Irfet of Uolnmblri for mutnal protection
(ftlisl persons who ilo not pay their
dews).
Tiie Plan of Operation is as Follows!
Members are divided inlo two classes
lartlcirmtlng and Nnn I'arllclpatlng.
The participating members pny two
dollars ($3) annual dues ami fifty cents
(50c ) per month for monthly and special
tcpoils, but nothing for collections.
Tho non-partlclpsMng members pay
percentage on collections; get no report
ami are not protected by the association.
All members are furnished with our
form of circular letters, which calls the
debtor's attention to his obligation (to
the creditor) and the necessity of his
making some arrangement for settle
ment of same within a specified time.
Should the debtor fall to respond to
first letter (which Is known as the cred
itor's letter) In the lime stated, the cred
itor will send second letter (known ns the
Association's letter, signed by the man
ager,) informing the debtor that unless
he, settles in some satisfactory way
wlililnllme. mentioned In second letter
his name will be placed on record as be
ing lhat of a person unworthy or credit,
and the record furnished to members
of said union monthly in order that ho
may be known to them and credit denied
him thereafter.
Should n relall merchant bo found
giving credit to parties that have bcoa
reported to him as unworthy of ssme,
the said retail merchant will be reported
to tho wholesale merchants that they
may know what risk they take in glv
Ine credit to said retail merchant.
For further particulars inquire of
J. B. BROWN,
MANAGER,
onice.lSOJ 11th st.n. w.
SAMEL MADD0X,
ATTOHNEY,
1J LouMana avenue.
FOR
hURNISH INGS
AND
HATS.
00 TO THE
Southeast Corner of Ninth and E
Slreels Northwest
Ml
WlKre everrboity bh. It Is tlw irrtet
tmrualn corner In Watlilngtoo.
rillCKB TO SDIT KVKIIYIIOUV.
We can now rrm tor tlio oomlnic season the
in patent line of S7.ro Gentleman'. Suits over
Mkiwb In the UUtrlct, and our 310 Dress Salt
W equal to any 115 nult on Tth (tri et.
We alto hare an decant lino of Dors'Halts,
11 lo IS yean, from I to 9.
I'lilUlren'n Kult, It US to JO.
In Men's Pantaloons we nro the leaders, n
we manufacture every dollar's worth our
selves, and therefore can save voa 40psr
rent on ererv dollar Inruted. e have Ilia
beat S4 iiantaloons in tn world; strletlr all
wool and guaranteed never to rip, and our
J.VA $3 and i0 pants ars berond competi
tion. Iielow wr mention a few prices of our Hats
and FurnIhlnB Oood:
nunlspstrle.sotd everywhere tor U.K. at
$l,o.
Miller's style, K.M. at II 06.
Yonman's latest etvla, .1, at SI.96.
Ask for our peclaljl. Derby.
FUHNISU1NO DEt'AHTMKNT.
Ilarealoa In Men's Underwear In all quill
ties from Xo up. Special line Full DreM
Vhlrttat iScun. Hllk Embrolderwl Satol
er, e. All the latest novelties iu Neekwear
at. SSaBdSOc.
v tea you get ready to purobase aay of the
above articles iiive m a call.
otii ami i: srs. a. w.
H. FRIEDLANDER,
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms.
rt AMBELI. CABHINOTON,
ATTOSNBY-AT-LAW,
MtD street sorthwet,
WatblBtKMi, D, O.
Webcter Law DalUilog.
KesMence. trot Q Mt northwest.
VAT OODUUHY WIIEKLEK.
ATTOHNBY-AT-UVW.
m and $ ii at.. Chwuwey HtOUhu, near
Imiulaiia ave., WaAsJiigtoa, D. C
'raettott lu the Courts of the Iltetsiet sad et
Prince aeortw'e Cotmty, Md. fff-tf
O V. PUItUPS. J.Q.ZAOBKY
O. P. H. MeKENNKY.
FH1LLIPS, ZACHKY & MsKENXEY.
f-tf
AMiMrra Mini
Sew BesbUsur, F st.
For Iwiwoveu sad Eeuaoasfe Coukla Use
Liebig COMPANY'S
EXTRACT OF BEEF
for Beef Tea. Soups. Made Dishes, Sauces
uaa, Fth. 4 t. Aspic or Meat Jelly KeeD
tor anvlengta of tleie, aad U iheaper uid of
truer flavor than ny utter stock.
Uwuulue ouly ulth J. u I.iWjcH
vtuMluro a uboiu,lu lluw.
OSM pottfti of Sxtravt of Mf 4HAl to
fogY PftigBfni Of Hal bttSf .
A TONIO.
Horsford's Aeiti PHoikate.
A moat -TTTl'TiSJI Wf MMiUt IttBto at
aipetUcr. UumMtM Wt rtawnHn She
tud biate and ttu4r, immummmi-mw
and viulity uA attvsw tin &
Dt u. k. ciri, mm, . y mm
fltfit imw Vjttjtg I nwt wa9
ItVKMvW UMJWK4A
t-
u letoajie1 Hit Mm leei. r flAtoMftitt)
atoMf. Xsver said la bul
SPECIKL OFFER
MT THE
JST'El'VT' uroiEt:
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
In Order to Introduce Our Celebrated Make of
HENS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
To the Public of Wftslilngtr n and Vicinity, We Will Give You the
Oppotlunliy of Unylrgyour FALL CLOTHING at
ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES.
Tiie Following Lois rue llcstly for Your Examination:
t.OTl Men's SnrtslnPBctsarrtKotswsvs, ncstasttdrwy, at J.W. Other
ItrTS Men's All-weol Pnlts, r?aclisanrl Cntswrnvs, for dress or bnsiness, $.
lOTJ-llsndrpire Dress fnlts, lnsek sntt Cntawsy.ln Btsck Ctfevhrts, Wors
teds and jbjsstn ere. at S 9P. Itetnlar retsll prtee. JW. .....,,
I.OTt Fm rrlnce Albert Snlts, In cwkserewor DtesreiKat$15. Sold
LOTS Men's Overeonts, In Kerseys and Meltons, st $6.80, Sold everywhere
' LOT C-Nobby Melton Overcoats, In 90 dlrTersnt shides, with or without silk
farlnir, at M. tteptnlsr rwlce Sia
LOT T Your choice of 30 style of I.lht weight Ovoroosls, In Ch evhit, Mel
ton, Kersey and Whlpconl. at SIS. Sold everywhere at $H.
I4(JT8-10,8I pairs of Men's rants, .t $t, Jt.M. !, .M. S5.S0, $i.99,9M
and . Barh rslr worth 40 per rent, more money
lkiys' and Children's Snlts and rants In endless variety.
The Above Offer Holds Good for Two Weeks ami Is Given to Introduce
Onr Famous Make of Clothing.
York One-Price Clothing House,
New
311 Seventh St. N. W.
MANfFACTOIUKS 212. 214 nnd 210 West Washington Street, Syracuse,
N. Y.j 52, 04 nnd CO ltrl Street, Iluffalo, N. Y.
C3TWc close at 7 p. ra. Saturdays, 11 p. m.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS,
MPELROY'S
75RT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
Etchings, Engravings, Waler Colors, Fhotographs and All Pictures
Stack Except Artotypes at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Special attention paid to Framlne. HeglldlnR, stovlna and tloxlnc IMetnres and Mirrors.
James B. bambie,
HKRDWKRE,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
GRS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS,
GAS'BOILERS, $
MAKE TEA OR C9FFEB
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, a3 the in
stant the cooltlng Is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SA.LI
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
" "WpWssWBBKf3EP" Bl ''"I "! ' ' v. . .
" fejtj- Sf IHROW AKO B HAKEDl TOU CANT gk
&ttjKB&- I HURT IT! THATTRUI4K HCAME FK0M KnEESSIMa ,
ter7- :m?ft -i?v'Affisr-gT?B
f Rat-PirrTi BllffffswT 1 ., i v 1 Jim rT ? &.4 ft Avt o bats.
j-miip'wnMea- n , bh &t , bselssl-i
MK9tsssrMBmvL c?4v At fiHif Kwii t Jtb Hk., sBvv Wit S IHri Jb -. a4na
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. Tw IEA l BEaflBBBra. Vy wv JT mmr at, I wiik SMI Iff '
BUY TOUE TETOKS AID IARIESS
3K IST'M "M
m rvsuOkBLX W..HttwOil4-H0wJUt,
1 . i 5 and $ 1 .50.
IN 10 OR IS MINUTE?,
BY THK
-At-
"P 7
nAtLR(IAS
ryyy '
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Trwk. splendid Seenerj-.
Steel Rslls. Mspiifleent Sqnipment.
In effect Msy lith, tsoo.
Traros leave Wsshltwrton. from station, cor
ntr of Sixth and B streets, a follows:
Fob PrrrMicim and the Wct, Chlcasro Limi
ted Express of miltnan etlbnlerarsat
SO a m dally; Fat Line, 10 So a m daily to
ClilPBjro. Commbns and St. Ijnls, with
Fleepine Cars from narrtrinrRto lndisnap
olls, Pittflmrr to Oolnmbn; AHoons to
CMrasw. ft. fjonl Chicago and Cincinnati
Kstpress, S SO p m dally, rsrlor Or Wash
Irgion to Harrlsbnrc. and Sleeping 'ars
narrlpbnrir to St. LcnK chlcasxr and Cin
cinnati, and Dining Car narrlsbnrg to St
Irrnls. t htearo acd Cincinnati. Western Ex
prM, at T w p m dally, with sleeping Cars
Washington to Chicago and St. IxmK con
necting dally at tlarrlsbnrg with through
Sleepers for Lonlsrllleand Msmplils. rml
man ninlcr Car rittobnrg to R'chmond and
Chtcapo. iaclflc Expren. 10 00 pm dally,
fur Pit itm-r and the Wwt, wllh through
fleeptr to rittsbnrg and Plttsbnrg to chl-
BAl,9lIORK AND rOTOMAC Rtt,ROAD.
Pon Kaks, C'anandslgna, Rocheter and Ni
sgara Tall dally, except Snnday. s to a m.
Fon Bi CanandAlgnaand Rncbeter dally:
fir Bnffaloand Niagara dally, except Sat
nrday, TOOT-pm. with Sleeping Car Wah
Irgton lo Rochester.
I S'jy lAironT, Lock Ttaven and Klmlra,
at 10 ro a m dally, except SnndAy.
Pan WitttAHroBT, daily. 3. SO pm.
Port THrLAnsr.rmA. New York and the Bast,
7.SO.JO0, ll.ioard 11.40a ra, a 10, 3.15, 4.30,
Me,1000and 11.80 pm. On Snnday, 9.00,
ll.W a m, .10. 3.15, 4 , 10 no and 11 SO p u.
Limited Kxpreos of rnllman rarlor Cars
8.40 a m dally, except Sunday.
Ptm Nkw Votsk only, Umlteil Express with
Dining Car, 5.00 p m dally.
Fon rnitAnrtrniA only, Fat Bxptesssioa
m weekdays and 4pm dally. Kxpress
fenmlay only, S:to a ra week-days atd 5.40 p
rn.
Fob Dotton without change, 3.15 pm over?
nay.
Fob flnooKt.TN. N. T., all throngh trains con
nect at Jersey City with boaM of Urooklyn
Annex, ntTordlne direct tranfer to Fulton
street. aroMIng double ferriage across Now
Votk aty.
For Atrjinno Crxr. 11.40 a m week-days, 11.30
pm dally.
Fon IlALTiJionr. 8, 7.30, S.10, 9.00. 9.40, 10,00.
10.50, 11 Wand 11 40a n, U.05, 2.10, 3.13.3.30
4.00, 4.90, 4 30, 6 CO. 5 40, G CO, 7.40, 10.00 and
11.80 p m. On Snnday 9.00. 9.05, 10.ro, II. to
a tn, .10. 8.15. 3.W. 4.00, 4.S0. 5.00, 5.W. 0.00.
7.4a, 10.00 and II 90 pro. ... .w,
Fon rora's Cnssn Line, 7 90 a m and 4.30 p m
dally, except Sunday.
Foh ANNArou. 7.) and 9.00 am, 12.05 and
4.80 p m dally, except Sunday. Bandars.
9.00 run and 4.80 pm.
WASHINGTON ROUTnKnN HAILWAY.
In effect May lltli, 1S90.
Fon AtEXAnnnrA, 4.30, 0 35, 745, 8.40, 9.15,
10JI7B m, lS.Ot noon,3.05. 3.30, 4.80, 4.55, 0.01,
8.0, 10.P6 and 11.39 p m. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 9.15 10.57, a U, 3.30, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.03
p.m.
ActoMMonATros for Quantlco, 7.15 a maud
4J5pm neck-days. 7 45 a m Sunday.
Fon Kuiixond and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m week
days. TnArmleavo Aloxandrla for Washington,) II
7 15, 8 W, 0.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m; 1.S0, 3.00,1. J).
5.10. 0C5, 7.05 9.30. 10 37 and 11 OS p
On Sunday at 9.10 nnd 11.07 a m: 3.00
7.05. 7.39, 9.20 and 1U.37 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho oSlco,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, nnd at tho station,
whero orders can bo left for the checking of
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dences. ciias. k. rutin, j. it. wood,
Ocneral Manager. Ocnl. l'ass. AganU
ltaltituoro nod Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effect June 90, 1990.
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jereer arcnuo nnd U streot,
Fon CtircAdo and Northwest, Vestlbulod
limited express dally 11.30 a m, oi press
OWpm.
!'on Cincinnati, St. Ixnl and Indianapolis
express daily 3.90 and 11.30 pm.
Fon I'lrrsBfBo and Cleveland, oxpress dill
9 K u in and 8.10 p. m.
Fon I.xxinbton and points In the Shenandoah
Va'ley, UJOain.
Fon WiNcnrivriBsnd war stations, t5.30pm.
Fob I.uhat, WM and i3.40 p m.
Fun llAi.Tiuunc, week darn, 4.05,5 00, 8.J3,
7.S0 7.S0(8.CO 45-tnlnutes). 8.30, O.J. (11.00,
13.00 45-mlnuten) a. m., W.10. 3.15 (.'.50 45
mlimles). (3.13, 43-ndnutea), 3.35, 4.30, 4.30,
4.K (l.!0, 5-mlnute) 6M 0 00, CIS, 0.30,
7 10. 7.30, 8.36, 9.fO. 10.30 and 11 30 p, m.
bundays, 4 0S, 7.90, 7.30, 8.J0. 9.30 a d.
(13.09, 45 minutes) 1.00. 3.15, (3.50, 45-mla
utes) 3 35, 4., 4 33, (1.50, 45 mlnutoi) C.a.
Mi, 6.30, 7.S0, 8.SS, 10.3", 11.30 p m.
Fob Wat bTATiimt between Washington and
nalilmore. SCO, 0.15, 8.30 am., W.10, 3.33,
4.K, o w, ll.sop m. Sunday,B.Wam., l.oo,
3 Sf. 4. W. 6.30, 11.30 pm.
Tbains uavx Haltimobe for Washington,
week dy, 5.CO, O.ail, O.JO. 7.13, 7.30, 8.00,
8J0, 8 35, 9.30 and 10,30, 10.35 a m.j HOO.
13.10. 3.10, 3..), 3.50, i W, 4.15, 5.00, 6 00. 0.30,
7.C0, 7.J0, 8.80, 8.30, 9.10, 10.10, loJi) und 1 1.00
p m. Slllldars, 6 30. 7 15. 8 SO. 8.35. 9.37, 10.3d,
10 .ilo a m.. 13 00. 1 .05. 3 10, 3 30, 1.15, 5.00, 6 JO.
. 7X0, 7 30, 8.30, 8.80. 10 10, 10.30 and ll.Wpm.
FokAknai-olis.6 35 nnd 8.30 a m., l.'IO and
4 30 i m. Sualays. 8 30 a m., 4.13 p ra.
Leaf e Annapolis. 0.35, 8.37 am., 13.03, 3.u
V m. bundays, 8.30 a m 3.55 n m,
Fob Station, on tbe Mtropo'ltan Ilrano
to.30, 8.30 a m.. 11.15 p m. For prlEclnat
stations only, 1 10.40 a m.. tljo and ti.is
Fob ItocKTtUE ami Way Stations, tl 33 p m.
Fob Oaumbmsbuim and Intermediate pclnti.
t.a,ji(M, tttoa m.. ti.oo. t3.oo, i.i;
t., 118.00, tll.wpra.
Fob Bu v' and Intermediate stations, .9
pm
Chuwh train leaves Washington on Sunda
at 1 15 p m., stopping at all stations on
Metropolitan Branch.
Fob FiifcnsKU K. tS.30, 18.30, 3.30 til. 30 am.,
It.lS. tS.30, tl JO p m.
Fob IlASEswrowM, tlO 40 a m. and 13.10 p m.
Tbains abhive Irora Chicago daily 11,45 am
and 4.10 p w. fiom dnclin.atl audSt Louis
daby Win and 3.06 p iu; Irom I'ltUburg
7.10 a m. 5.5U p w dally.
NKW YORK A I'HILADBLl'IIIA DIVISION.
Fub New obk. Trentoa. Newark, N. J . aad
IIHaabeth, N. J , '106, UW, slO.OO, I.-IX)
an U 59, 'I.W and W.XJ i m Uutfet
IWlw Caw ob alt day trains. Sleeping far
um tint Ml 36 p n. Often at 9.CO p m.
Fob FHiLAUKUtiu, '4.(0, t00. 10.00. MJW
suoa, l.w. '4.50, iis aad '10 SO p m.
Fuh Klwaiuc, XMsl , Wlladngloa and Cliester,
1.06, tseo an. 1S.W noou, '-'W, 150,
li aul '10 SB p m.
Fob ikTKBUiuiATE wmnts between Baltimtre
and I'UiaiUlpBlu, tt.90 and ,: 30 a in, t.' 50,
IJWpW.
Tiuika (.save New York for Washington,
09. tll.SO a ro. ., 4.3C. s uo p ru aad
W15ulnltt.
Tbai uue HdladeipbU for Washington,
4oN, .! 9.15, '11.35 a m. tl to, Mi'.,
6JH n.Wpta.
Vtm UassMMi, 3JW v ro, with Pn'lmia Ua?et
MswurfBit Car itumUu through t K. ' m
witkuut L-hasfM, via KiUtf-keeii-ia Url.Uu,
bmlfasg rasser in B. Jc M, sfat.m at
KastuA,
Fun lxtw Citv, 4 J6 ard UMam.l.'a
umm, Suadys, 4 86 aw, .4 00 it n au4
W.Mvm.
ilet bimilay. 'Oaily. si. ni iy ou'y.
Hkki eUW fogatul ihtLk.l Inruh.
lets aid toldencan Iit I'siou T.-ai -f r i .. m
odr Mt at tteket oau-ui, c! i ail ljai fa
aTtteket
a. ana m iiMsac.
J. f. OOM1JU CHA8 (i M 'LL.
Gmo. Maaaaer. Gen Fi,s. A f
JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO
Wswtesato and Htuu Dtjior.j i
ytuads ui Snip's Creek Coal,
Oemem im (Corcoran BuJUIag).
YAstO: Co. H at. and Doi ave-
TSUtPOONK: OsHoa. UH: Yard. 9:i.
juxitia.il.
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