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THE WASHINGTON CTflTIC, FTCTDAY EVENING, FEBKUABY 28, 1890. J ITT HVISOIAL3 Or cut llnrgnln lu Altntctlvo mid Now Dross Fubrlcn. Messrs. Wllllum I). Clnrk A Co., tlio ou torprlalng dry Roods tlrm, eligibly located tit Bit Markot bpaco nnd Pennsylvania avenuo ,xiortli est. liavo, nftcr suvcraf weeks of liard "Work, llnlsbod Inking their annual Inventory iind nro prepared to offer mi excellent lino 1f new dress fubrlus tho latest fads In dry Roods-nt popular prices. Thoy nro offering nboclal bargains In dolrahlo colorort Surati illka at the phenomenal price of 75 cents per yard. Theso silks uro all now and aro tin latest styles, Tlioy also liavo a largo stock of wlilto coods, vie: Klogantnnd stylish table llnons. with napkins to match; very doslrablo whlto bed sr roads, nn Immcnso ussortmont of dam nktowolsnndothoi gradoi &o. Thlslongei tabllshcd and Tollable urv coods Arm docs not udvcrtl;o to a. largo oxtent, but, at tbo samo time, they manngo often enough to mako known to the publlo what they liavo for sale, and tbelr but Incss U second to no nthor dry goods Louto In tbo National Capital, In pro 1 rtlon to their stock. Tholr beautiful textures and Boasonablo goods, aro ample and sufllclent to dress stylishly and elegantly any lady In our fair Capital City or anyw hero olso. Agrcatmi jorllyof tbo ladles who visit thl-i ostabll-ib.-rr.cnt usually find Just what thoy want la vvcty dcpuriment. and at pilcos thoy novor complain of, and leave satisfied as to the f roods thoy have selcotod, tbo prlcoi thoy invo paid and the courtoous treatment they liao received by tlio proflclout corps of pleasant and accommodating salmen. Thoy liavo on their eountors for Inspection n largo lot of dcslrablo dross goods, In short lengths, at 60 conts on tlio dollar. Ladles should not fall, whlto taking an outing or shopping, to visit this central and Prominent storo on thoAvcmio and tnko a look at their lrugnltkcnt and woll selectod Ktock of dry goods. You will bo treated court! ously whether you purchase or not. This Is rno of tlio old characteristics of this llmo-bonorcd dry goods houso. Hay Your Mcruhnmllse nt Home, Thero Is no good or Justifiable roason wbv any ono residing In this city should goto New York to mako their purchases. It you need anything In too furniture lino, uphjt htory, dece rations, o. godiroct to Hough ton & Co 's roprcsontatlvo establishment, at 1218 and 1320 F street northwest, and there you will find oxnetly tho samo clajs of golds ttat will bo shown you In New York, and at tho samo prices, and thereby savo tlmo, money ana vexation of spirit, and at tho name tlmo assisting to build up ono of tbo handsomest cities tu tho world. lSuddou's Kepropentatlvo Installmout House. Tills rollablo Installmontostabllshmont, at 030 and 033 Seventh street, has a complcto Htcckof all binds of mcrobandlso that Isro tiulrod to furnish a well-regulated household nt cash prices on tho Installment plan, and dlctato your own terms. . For Washington Dressed lioer go to John It. nolly,Btalls628,C29 and 630 Cen tre Markot, and SOS and 208 Northora Llborty. Corned boef a specialty. WON'T STOr B15INU A MAN. Astonishing Career of the Countois Sa roltn Viiy of Austria, The Countess Sarolta Vay, who for tho last six years has played a man's part In man's attiro beforo tho sporting world of tho Austrinn Empire, is lying ill nnd penniless at tho house of a friend in Pcsth. Excessive dissipation has shattered her health and her fortune. Her crazy career is at an end. Here after tho cav sublccts of Emneror rT-Ji Franz Joseph must find somo other is hiiuui-ujiuucu yuuug wuiuuu 10 buuck LS lucm wltli ner raau pranks. ii nuuiu ui luu uuuuicra amuim Vsy's young life reads llko tho first acts oi n niciourama, according to tuo JNcw York Sun. General Count Ladlslas Vay von Vaya married her mother thltty-slx years ago. Ho was the solo possessor of tho vast and unencumbered istatcs of his family, ranked high In the army and was a chamberlain of the Emperor. The first five years of his lnntricd Hlo passed and his wife hail jfornc him no lioir. Ho was In. despair, for in caso ho had no child his property .would go to tho crown at his death. The sixth, seventh and eighth year wont by, and he was still childless. 'His anxiety and disappointment had already l)cgun to warp his mind nud embitter his disposition. I,i tho ninth year, how ever, the Countess bore him a llttlo 'girl. He had waited so long and so anxiously for tho birth of an heir that when tho baby camo no ono dared to tell him It was not the male heir he had been looking for so eagerly. Hay after day was added to tho baby's age, and still no ono told him tho truth. Then the countess decided that, for her husband's sake, she would pretend that bcr child was a boy; would rear it nnd dress it as a hoy, and would let her hus band die in tho happy conlidcncothat Ids name and estates would bo properly handed down to his noslcritv. Bo tho piicstwas induced to baptize tho baby "publicly as Sandor (a boy's name), al though on Ihc church rcclster ho called the child Sarolta or Charlotte. Tbo lit tic girl grew as little boys grow, in trousers and jackets, with plenty of light fishing, hunting and other similar sports. When she becamo 14 years old lier father decided to send her away to u military school. Just then, however, an incident occutrcd which upset all picvious calculations of tho Vay house hold. The countess gave birth toa real boy. Hero was a prctly pickle. Tho real heir kicking about unhonorcd and un lecognized in the cradle, nnd tho bogus heir sirutting into general notice under the false cover of trousers and rounda bouts. The' countess cut tho knot by confessing the whole deception to her husband, who accepted the situation philosophically, and sot about getting his eldest child out of Sandor's trousers inlo Snrolta's skirts. Kaiolta, however, was incorrigible. hc persisted in playing the part which lit r mother had assigned to her. Sho . continued to hunt, fish, ride like mad, fence nntl knock about as u boy amone hoys. As sho matured she took to diinkiug, gambling and smoking Just lis sho would havo been expected to do if she had really been tho male heir of nil the Vays "When she reached her majority she made o. formal declaration of Inde pendence from all paicntal authority, bhc went the lounds of the big cities in ii high hat, cutaway coat and tight trousers, plunged headlong into almost every dissipation which they afforded, fought thrco duels with men who re proached her with her sex, and event ually brought up in I'cslh head over heels in debt. In her straits she do clikd that her only hopo of belter times lay in an advantageous manlagc. Sho found a beautiful vount? plrl named Mario Engclhardt, the daughter of a rich aitny contractor in Laybach, Introduced hcisclf as Count Sandor A ay, and under tho pictenso of being ti man got Herr Engclhardt to accept hcr as a son In law. Tho marriage cere mony between Fraulcln Mario and tho countess was performed, tlio nuptials weio celebrated, and tho quasl-husband Docketed tho ble dowry of tho miasl- wlfc. Tho whole swindle was dis covered shortly. Fraulcln Marie was taken homo by her father and tho count ess was Imprisoned in Klagenfurt. al though not beforo sho had squaudcicd Fraulcln Mario's money. About four weeks ago she was 10 leascd fiotn pilson nnd went to tho house of Fraulcln Ccky, her friend, In I'cslh. Sho took to her bed Imme diately, suffering from nervous prostra tion. Within a few days, however, bhc picked up so amazingly that sho was able to talk witli tho reporters who crowded to her hcdsldo for Interviews. She was glad to sco them all, sho said, nnd would tell them all sho know on ono condition, which was that they bhould treat her exactly as thoy would treat a man. "Call mo 'count " sho requested, "for I feel tho deepest aver sion toward everything which reminds mo that I am a woman, I would formally insult a straugor who called mo 'countess.' An acquaintance would get no answer at all." "I am perfectly sound mentally," tho countess snld nt tlio conclusion of llic Inst Interview wltli her, "In fuct, liavo never been belter. I lmvo sown my wild oats, n ml lmvo sutTurctl for It. All I wish now Is a citilvt life wllb my denr Wife." Curiously enough Friuilcln Mnrlo Is full of mlmlrntlon for tho countess, spenks of her nstlioKrumluatof women, nntl Is anxious to bo her companion through life. Tho countess is of middle height, with n good chest, heavy shoulders, and well c'cvelopcd arms nnd legs. Slio has short, curly dark hair, hazel eyes, asaucy noso, and a Cupid's bow mouth. Although the lines of her foco havobcen somewhat deepened nnd hardened by her fast life, she still looks like a handsome, dashing young fellow of 20 years. iiuazilian 8rui:i:r oaks. Ktery Illiniums Mini In ttiut Country Dependent mi Tliom. ll'to Cor. A. . Tribune. The street cars hero are known ns bonds, n term loosely attributed to Yan kee origin, tho first railways lmvlnir been Introduced from America and heavily bonded. Mr. Lntrmtireux states that tho cars wcro orlclnally known ns "vaccas do lclto" (milch cows) because the mules drawing them carried bells; but that bonds becamo a popular sub stltutc, the tickets being confounded with tho bonds of tho first internal loan issued nbout that time. "Whatever may havo been tho origin of the name, tho bond is Indispensable to comfort and oven to life in itlo. In tho heat of tho day walking is very dangerous, and the distances to tho suburbs atoso great that every business man is dependent upon tho street cars. There Is an Inclined railway by which tho lovely residence district of Santa Thereza Is npproached nnd tho Corco vado is ascended by a Hlggcnbnch rail way. Tho bond connects every suburb with the heart of tho city, nnd Is almost tho only vehlclo In tho streets. Carriages arc seldom ascd hero. I astonished nn American by suggesting a drive in a coach. "My dear "sir," my friend re plied, "wo havo fow millionaires in Brazil. I congratulato you upon being one, but will let you oft with paying my faro in a' tram car." When I sub sequently ascertained tho rates of coach hire I was grateful to him for his for bearance. IT rilOVKD A MASCOT. A I-ost Diamond round Through tlio Alii or a Silver Dollar. Miss Emily Itlgl, while playing Marina In "Mr. Barnes of New York, In Houston, Texas, at a matinee per formance recently, lost ono of tho dia monds from a bracelet. When the curlaln descended on tho first act she looked carefully about tho stago and her dressing-room but could find no trace of tho missing stone. Miss Itlgl said nothing of her loss nt tho time, but Intended making a thorough search the following evening. On going to her mom in the hotel she found a huge pile of fiuit, oa top of which was a box cf bon-bons and a silver dollar, with a noto containing the following: "Be cause you were so good." MissHigl tried in vain to discover the donor. Sho, however, decided to keep the coin for luck. That night a careful observer might havo sceti Miss ltlgl's face chango its expression during the third net. The business of the situation required her to sit upon tho sofa pretty well up tho stage, so that tho footlights cast n reflection upon a shining substanco at her feet. Im mediately at the fall of tuo curtain she picked up what proved to bo tho din u.ond sho had lost tho previous after noon. Miss Itigl has ever slnco bet licved that to tho silver dollar sho owed her good fortune, nnd she still carries it as a tnlismnn. DON'T SVtiO IT. TVIint Abraham Lincoln Said to nis Grim War Secretary. Abraham Lincoln must by future generations which read tho history of his life, not yet altogether made, bo re garded as ono of tho most unique char acters in history, says the Now York Herald, Even to those who by forco of circumstances wcro most In his com pany ho was ever developing n now side. Grim, revenceful Stanton, his Wnr Secretory, never quite know how to take him. Stanton was for exter minating such elements as dared to ask questions. It is related that once somo one had refused to understand an order, or, at all events, had not obeyed. . "I believe I'll sit down," said Stanton, "and glvo that mnn a piece of my mind." "Do so," said Lincoln; "write him now, while you have it on your mind. Make it sharp; cut him all iip." Stanton did not need a second Invita tion. It was a bono cruncher that ho rend to the President. "That's right," said Abe; "that's a good ono.'" 'Whom can I get to send It by?" mused the Secretary. "Send itlr' replied Lin coln; "send it. Why, don't send it nt all. Tear it up. You havo freed your mind on tho subject, and that Is all that Ib necessary. Tear it up. You never want to send such letters; I never do." An Important If. It is said that a rather pompous minister onco met l T. Barnum, the circus manager, and said to him: "Mr. Barnum, you and I have met beforo on tho temperanco platform, and I hope wc shall meet in Heaven." "We shall." replied Barnum, confidently, "if your are there." "50,40'or fight." See "War" Hobcrt eou's advertisement In this paper. Indigestion iMMtHMMtEnaBMaiiiMMaaMiMBMsOTaMMiuai IS not only a distressing complaint, of Itself, but, by causing tho blood to become dopraved and tho system en feebled, is tho parent of iunumcrnblo malndies. That Ayor's Sarsiiparlllii is tho best euro for Indigestion, oven when complicated with Liver Complaint, is proved by tho following testimony from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Iliockwuy Contro, Mich.: "Llvor comnlalnt nnd Indigestion mailo my llfo a burden and camo near ending my existence. For wore than four yenrs I suffered untold agony, was reduced almost to a skeleton, nnd hardly had strength to drag myself about. All kinds of food distressed me, and only tho most dollcnto could bo digested nt all. "Within tho tlmo mentioned several filiysiclans treated mo without giving re let. Nothing that T took seemed to do any permanent good until I commenced tho mo of Ayer's Smsaparilln, which has produced wotit'crful lesults. Boon after commencing to tako tho Sarsnpa I ilia I could boo nn improvement In my condition. My appotlto began to return nud with It camo tho ability to digest all tho food taken, my strength Im proved eacli doy, nud after a few months of falthtul attention to your directions, I found myself a well woman, nblo to attend to nil household duties. The incdlciuo has given mo a new lease of llfo." iter's Sarsaparilla, rnsrAnxo or Dr. J, C, Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass, Prlrc $1 ; lx bottle, $5. Worth 5 a bottU. A CONTI'.ST Oil- TKMStiltAl'lir. What Constlltilrs u uOrnck Oporntnr l'iom the yew York Slur. I sco Hint tho two great patrons of fast telegraphy, Wnller P. Phillips and Fred. Catlin, nio nrranging for a tour nnment, in which tho best-known fast sending opcrntors in tho country nro to rnmlilnp. Mr. Phllltnq wnu n fnmniiQ .H.l.ln. ! AflnM t.n ....... Tf l . Ulfl'IIIIUI juai unci 11IU Will, no i nuw nt tho head of tho United Press. Mr. Catlin is n very fast sender htmsolf and Is ono of tho chiefs of tho Western Union Company. All tho crack local senders, such as John Uoloson, Frank J. Klhm, .Inmcs Bradt, John Q. Me Closkcy, William Gibson nnd Chnrles W. Mlnlcr havo nlready entered tho lists. J An effort will probably bo mado to havo tho swiftest of the womon op erators go into tho contest. Tho tour nament will bo held In the Western Union building, and thero is a good deal of speculation among tho 3.000 or 1,000 operators In tho city as to tho re sult, lioloson won tho ilrst prlzo in tho last tournament thrco yenrs ngo, making n record which has never slnco been equaled: Fifty words a mlnutofor ten consecutive minutes. Years ago when General Eckcrt, "Bob" Martin nnd Mr. Phillips wcro tho "cracka jacks," thoy told great stories of fast sending. Martin, tho only ono of the trio who has held his "grip," went Into tho last tournament, but though ho mndo a good showing, ho could not hold tho pace tho young fellows set him. Itotospn Is tho favorite for tho coming contest. Probably the best sender that over touched a key was William J. Curtis. I havo known men to stand for hours over nn instrument that was carrying his sending. Perfect sending is as sweet music to n man who loves telegraphy ns tho strains of n standard opera, nnd Curtis Is to this day extolled by tho men who worked with him as the ideal operator. I sco him on Broadway occa sionally. Ho gave up- telegraphing some time ago, and is now quite pros perous. But tho fast senders aro not tho men who arc tho most desirable op erators. Tho men who can receive tho fast sending is the one who gets the credit. The operator who has both accom plishments and is intelligent can always get employment with ono of tho great press associations nt a salary from 20 to 30 per cent, nbovo what he would re eclvo from a telegraph company, Though women havo become quito a factor in tho telegraph world, fow havo over attained prominence. Of tho thousand in tho city to-day not twenty five would bo rated first-class. They learn more quickly than do boys or men, but they seem to lack tho two great requlsites.for futuro development high nervous energy and strong will power. Only Ono Order In Three Years. Two traveling men were seated In ono of the leading hotels a few dayB ago, when a third entered In an unassuming manner and npproached tho clerk's desk. As ho did so, one of the two said to the other: "Now, there Is a man who has a soft thlntr. If ever a fellow had it on earth." "Why, what docs ho do?" "He's a traveling man; runs for ono of the blggc6t concerns In the country; gets a good 6alary; and I glvo you my word he's only taken one order In thrco years." "Oh, come off, now, that's too thin." "Fact, though, I nssnro you. Ho lias, as I 6ay, taken but ono order In thrco yoars." "Why, man, It can't bo so. Thero Isu't a houso on earth that would staud It live lnlnutis. Who does ho travel for, anyway? I'll hit them for a job myself?" "lie travels for a suspension bridge com pany." . An Immediate adjournment was taken to tbo bar, w hero mutual sorrow and laugu terwereidrowncd In a familiar and sooth- Slng beverage. Cincinnati Commercial-Ga-helte. Quicker Tlmo to Cincinnati and All 1'olnts M'cst ln CItcsapouko und Ohio Itullivay. On and nftcr Sunday, March 2, tho Chesa peake and Ohio's F. I V. Vesttbulo Lim ited will leavo Baltlmoro and Potomac Sta tion at 11:25 p. m. dally Instead of i):40 p. in., asfoimcrly, aud will arrlvo at Cincin nati at 0:20 p. in. tho next evening. This Is a material shortening of tlmo between Washington and Cincinnati and all points West and will, without doubt, make this train raoro popular than ever with tho trav eling public. Ofllce, 5'.3 Pennsylvania avenue. TEN POUNDS IN TWO WEEKS THIHK0F1T! A3 a Flesh Producer thoro can bo no question but that Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and Hpp!iosp!il!es Of l.imo and Soda is without a rival. XVIany havo trained a ponnd a day by tho uso of it. It cures CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, BRONCHITIS, C0U0I1S AND COLDS, AND ALL FORMS OF.VASTINQ DIS. EASES. AB VALATAULE AS SrTLIC. nature joii get the genuine as there arc 2oor imitations. NEW YORK BUFFET, 403 TENTH STREET N. V. Best nnd 1'urest Liquors lu tho olty. Im ported Cigars. JA5IES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor. foCT-OO B. Kinvrz Johnson. A. L. Jounson. OFFICES 1203P st. n.w.,1515 7th st. n. w., HIS Oth st. n. w 3d nnd IC sts. n. w., 1710 1'a. ave. u. w. and 101 M st.n. o. Johnson Bro 3, DEALERS IN COAL. COKE AND WOOD, WASHINGTON, D. O. MAIN OFFIOE-1303 F st. n. W. Ofllco, Wharves and Railroad Yards Foot o 15th st. s. w. . Sole Agents for salo of Washington Oas Co.'s fe7,d,lmo Coko F.W. Royce. Monsrx Mare an. HOVOE & MTLKEAN, SEALEUS IN ELECTRICAL APPAU&TUS, Telegraph, Telopliono and General Electrical Supplies. No. 1108 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite WII lard's Hotel. Washington, D. O. Electrlo Hells, Burglar Alarms. Estlmatoa for fitting hotels and private residences with Klootrlcal Apparatus nromptly given. Tele phone No Mi rUn SIB AJj'lviM-"iW'"'WiMi " jjfci I'! f 1 WWImTk mmidn wm zm v. u ma u i v w (REQI3T6RED A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran dies always on hand. Wo cnll special attention to our Old Premium Port. This Wine lias taken tlio picmlum at nil Callfornlaoxlilblts for years. Secure a quantity of It now. Also a tmall stock of 11BANDY of 1881. For Standard Quality of our Wines we refer to our Customers. POHNDORFF&CO., 614 Fourteenth VAULTS, C'OIINKII UTlli AMI II STIilXTN. SOUTH BROOKLHND, With City Streets, We have about 100 Lots, 50x150 each, left in that beautiful subdivision known as South Brookland, which is in conformity with the plan of the city, having streets go feet and avenues 130 feet wide, south of and adjoining Broo!land, Metropolitan Branch Railroad and the University and Soldiers' Home, will be sold at the low Prices of From 4 to 10 Cents Per "Foot On Easy Terms. For plats and further information apply to WILLIAM O. DENISON, 923 F street, or to REDFORD W. WALKER, 1006 F street n. w. UNPRECEDENTED ATTIUOTIONI OVKlt A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. Imm CL Ol L-l LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporated by tlio Legislature for cdnoi tlonalanil charitable purposos, ana Its fran chise made a part of tho present fatato Con stitution, In 1879, by an ovEnwunLMiNO roru- LAn VOTE. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS tako placo Seml-Annually (Juno and December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM BER DRAWINGS tako place In each of tlio other ton months In tho year, and nre nil drawn In publlo, at tho Academy of Miulo, New Orleans, La. "Wo do hereby certify that wo supcrvlso tho arrangements for nil tho Monthly and beml Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Co., and In person manago and con trol tbo drawings thomanlvoq, and that tho samo are conducted with honesty, talruoss and In pood faith toward nil parties, and wo nuthorlzo tho company to uo this cortlfloito, with fao similes ot our signatured attached, In Its advertisements." 0 Ztcc Commissioners. Wo the undersigned Dsnks nnd Bankers will pay all prizes drawn In tho Loullina Stato Lotteries, which may bo presented at our counters: it. ai. WAl.MSr.EY, Pros. La. Nat. Bank. l. r.ANAUX, I'res. Stato Nat. Bank. A. HAtmviN, rrcs. N. O. Nat. Bank. KAHL KOUN, ircs. Union Nat. Bank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako plneont tho Academy of Muslo, New Orleans, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 18W. P.AP1TA1. PM7P. . . um linn i iiiuu (juuuivj lCCCCOTIclet s at SJC; nnlves, $10; Quarters. $5; Tenths, 82; Twentieths, $1. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 PRIZE OF S300.000 is $3W,000 1 PRIZE OF 100,000 1s 100,000 1 I'RIZR OF 60.C00 Is 60,000 1 PRIZE OF 23.0C0 Is 23,000 2 PRIZES OF lO.OOOare 20,000 5PRIZESOF 6,000 aro 23,000 25 PHIZES OF 1,000 aro 23,003 100 PRIZESOF UOOare 50,003 SCO PRIZESOF 300 aro 00,000 BOO FltlZliSOF 200are 1J0.OO0 ArrnoxiMATiON Pbizes: 100 Pilzesof 8K0 nro 50,003 ICO Prizes of 3(0 aro 30,003 1C0 Prizes of 2C0 aro 20,003 TEI13UKAI. PmzEs: TOO Prizes of S100 aro SM.900 lf9 Prizes of 100 aro 89.000 U.inl Prizes amounting to 81,031,500 AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. t37Fon Ci,vnRATEs or any f urihor Informa tion desired wrltoleglbly to tho uuderilgned. clearly stating your residence, with Stato, County, Street and Number. More rapid re turn mall delivery will bo assured by your Inclosing uu onvelopo boarlug jour full ad dress. StMPOKTANT. All ordinary lotters containing Tostal Notes, Money Order.) Issued by nil Express Companlosor New York Exclmngo. Addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orleans, La. Address Registered Letters containing cur jency to lew Orleans National Bankj New Orleans, La. "REMEMBER tbnt tho iiaymont of prlze3 Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of Now Orleans, and the tiokcta are signed by tho President of an Institution whoso chartered rights aro rocogulzod lu the highest courts. 'Ihereforo, bewaraotall Imi tations or anonymous schemes." ONE DOLLAR Is thoprlcoof tho smallest part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED BY US In any drawing. Anything lu our namo offered for less than a Dollar Is a swindle. JOHN E. BEALL, Commissioner of Deeds for livery State and Territory, NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER. Office Hours, B to B. 1321 F Street N. W. Telephone No. 314-2. cpi cf- TRADE MARK.) Street N. W. fo27,d&3tf Avenues and Circles. mis subdivision is convenient . to the Electric Cars, near The lots now left TIANOS Grand, Upright and Square PIANOFORTES Special attention of purchasers la Invited to oar "NEW ARTISTIC STYLES," Finished In designs of "HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART." PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-hand Pianos at All Prioes. m. Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. EDWARD F. DrfOOP 925 Pennsylvania Avenue, Calls attention to his largo stock of CHASE, GABLER, WnEELOCK, BRIQQS, BEHNING and othor Pianos. Tho Wonderful Self-Playing Eollan Organ. STORY & CLARK, CI.OUGH & WARREN ORGANS. Sold on Installments, exchanged, rentod, tuned, moved and stored. Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe cialty. Sheet mnslo and musical merchandise at thuold stand. Oil Pa. ave. JUOTKXfH AXI JtESTAVllAKTR. "THE BERR9T," 1105 II STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D, C. Permanent and transient guests, fol.d.tf mllK KHHITT. WASHINGTON, D. O Army and Navy Headquarters. Four Iron Fire Escapes. TERMS 83.00 and S4.00 Per Day. T HE UORMANDIE, Corner ICth and I streets northwest. Opposite MoPherson Square. H. M. OAKE. Proprietor. TILLARD HOTEL. ' WASHINGTON. D. C. 0. 0. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. Uouse, rropnetor. S' t. jAiara 110TKL, EUROPEAN PLAN, SIXTH BTHEET AND PENNA. AVBH L. WOODBURY. Proprietor. ra"0gSta.i MINN1CO&A, GILT KOQB or OOLUIIK HILXi XiOTTR And 70a will always have beaatlf nl Bread. Rolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, oor uer First street and Indiana avenne. WM. M. OAL.T ft CO. NABF DRIUEZ NEWS FERRY Sold Willi a Positive Guarantee to Cure Bright's Disease of the Kidneys and All Bladder Troubles. A SURE CURE 101 DYSPEPSIi OR HO PAT. This Wonderful Water has been used-successfully during fever which follows La Grippe. Send for Pamphlets of Testimonials. Sold by All Druggists. , Branch Office: 481 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. E. H. POWELL, Manager. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50, MAKE TEA OR COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the in stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SHLE BY THE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMFY, .413 Tenth Street Northwest. COMPULSORY ON ACCOUNT OPi l-R EBUILDINC AT KING'S PALACE, No. 8 I 4 Seventh OF ENTIRE Dillinefy, Gdraps .A.3STO paney Goods Must be Disposed of. Havini: ieasoa tho adjolnlnp premlses.now occupied fcy Tho Fair, wo will tako pos nesslon about FEBRUARY 1. To combine tho tw stores Into one requires oitenslvo Improvements, and wo have to mako room for tlio Builder. Now Is your ohanco to se cure Millinery and Wraps at II all Their Cost. Every dollar's worth of stock must go at our Great Clearlns salo. Don't miss it. Millinery. Colored Folt Hats. In all tho latestbhapes and colors; former prices, 73o., S1.S1.J5 and S1.6T. Clearing Salo rrlco 25c, Cloaks. Ladles'Cloth Wraps.Now- ,n,lntii In nil ors, checks and nrl tilftlria Eftlria: ru duccd lroin $7, 88, S and 810. Clearing Salo Trice 2S Children's Coats, Grot chen stylo, with capo: re duced f 10m 81. $3. SO and;S7. Clearing Sale Trice Children's Coats.Grotohon styles, lu checks and plaids. extra nno qualities; reduced from S7, U and 19. Clearing Salo Trico Furs. Aftrakan Capes, good qualities, full lengths, all sizes; former pilco, $18. Clearing Trice Salo $1,25 UilO Don't Miss This Great Opportunity. KING'S PALACE, 814 7th St. Itoiiiembcr. MOliiMuno Ilruncli More. Ho Niirolliut joniiro Hi KIN'G'.S 1'AluVt'i:, 811 7Ui St. N. W. Wore extends from 7th to 8th t. CRAYON PORTRAIT FREE We give to evory purchaser oi SI or over a oonpon, sixty or whloh ontltlo you to a bandsomo Crayon Portrait of yourself or any member of your family, ologantly framed, dtoolulely FRKI2. LITH1A ITER, IN 10 OR 15 MINUTES. Street Northwest, STOCK OP Plush Wraps. Ladles' fa'ealTlush English Walking Jackets, lined with host quality quilted satin, olegantly flnlshod, seal or-nmnont-i, bell sloovos, chamois pookots. Regular price, $11. Cloarlng Salo Trico ss Ladles' Seal Tlush Mcdeska, bes,t quality bell sleovo?, hand somely quilted satin Unlig, loop ornaments. Regular price, 8 JO. Clearing Salo Trice Ladles' London I)yo seal riusnioat.r Inches long, ornaments. I ltr nullted Regular price. dealing saio i ladles' Seal Tlush Coats, threo-quarter length, London dyo, bell sleeves, best quality quilted lining, chamolt pock ots. Reduced from Sdu, ii and SJ3, Clearing Salo Trloo CL L i;j,5o XtAlJUHUABS. Tlio Great I'cnusvlvniiia lloulo To the North, West and Southwest. Doulilo Track. Splendid fcccnory. Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment, In effect January 1, 1830, Trains lcavo Washington, from station, cor ner of Sixth nnd lists., ns follows: Fon Timnumi nnd tlio West, Chicago Lim ited Knprots of Tollman Vostlbulcd Gam nt 10.60 n m dally; Fnst Lino, 10. Warn daily to Columbus and St. Louis, with Sleopln? Cars from Tlttubtirg to Columbus, and bleeping Cars llnrrlsbtirg to Richmond, Ind.; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Slcoplng Car Altoona to Chloago. St. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati Expros?, 8.30 pm dally. TnrlorCar Washington to Ilar rlsburg, nnd slcoplng Cars Ilarrlsburg to St. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati, and Dining Car Harrlsliurg to St. Louis. West ern Express, at 7.40 p m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St. LouW, coniectlng dally nt Ilarrlsburg wltli through Sleepers for Loulsvlllo and Mom ilils. Pacific Express, 10,00 p m dally, for Tlttiburg and tho West, with through Mrcprr to ruisuurg, anu riusuurg to Chicago. BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAC RAILROAD. Fon Kane, Canandalgua, Rochester and Ni agara Falls dally, except Mindny, 8.10 n m. Fon Kihe, CanaLdnlgua and llocliostcr dally; for UiiIIbIo and Niagara dully, except Sun day, 10.00 p m, with Slcoplng Car Washing ton to Rochester. Fon Wn.MAMsronT, Lock Haven and Elmtra, at 10.DO a m dally, except Sunday. Foil Wlt-UAMsroiiT, dally, 3.S0 p m. FOR THILADELrillA, NEW YORK AND THE EAST, 7.50. 0.00. 11.00 nnd 11.40 am, 2.10, 3.20, 4.10, JO.OO bnd 11.50 pm. On Sunday, 9.0J, 11.40 a m, 2.10. 3.0, 1.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p m. Lim ited Express of Pullman Varlor Cars, 0.40 a m dally, except fcunday, and 1.00 pm dally, with Dining Car. FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLT. Fast ExniKss 8.10 n m week days, and 8,10 p m dally. Accom. 0.00 p m dally. Fon Boston, without chango, 3.20 p m overy day. Fon MnooKiA-N, N. Y., all through trains con ned at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton streot. avoiding doublo ferriages across New York city. Ton Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m 'wcok days, 11.20 pm dally. Fon IIaltiMouk, 0.35,7.20. 8.10, 0.00, 0.40, 10.50, 11.00. and 11.40 a m. 12 03, 2.10, 3.20, 3.30, 1.00, 4.10, 4.20, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00, nnd 11.20 p.m. On Sunday, 0.00, 0.03, 10.BO, 11.40 a m, 2.10,8.20,3.30,4.00,4.10,0.00,7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 pm. Fon Poi-e's Cheek Line, 7.20 a m and 1.40 p m dally, except Mindav. Fon ANNAroLiB, 7.20, 0 00 a m. 12 03 and 4.20 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0.05 a m, 4.10 pm. ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG 1.A1LWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILWAY. In rrrrn FEnnUAnr 23d, 1890. Fon Alexandma 1.30, 0.35, 743, 8.40, 0.45, 10.57 n in, 12.01 noon, 2 03, 4.23,4.53,0.01, H.i 2. 10.05 nnd 11.37 pm. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45, 0.45, 10.57 a m, 2.30, 6.01, 8.02 and 10.03 pm. Accommodation ron QnANTico-7.45ara and 4.55 p m week-days. 7.55 a m Sundays. Fen Richmond and tho South-4.30. 10.57 a in and 4.15 p m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m woek-days. Tiiains leavo Alexandria for Washington 0.05, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10, 10 15, 11.07 a in, 1.2J, 3.00, 3.15,5.10,7.05.0.20, 10 32 and 11.05 p m. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 3.15, 5.10, 7.(0, 0.20 nnd 10 32 pm. Tickets and information at tho ofllce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenuo, and at tho station, where orders can bo left for tho chcoklngot baffcntra to destination from hntolq mid iU dences. J. R. WOOD, General Passenger Agent. CnARLES E. PUOII. General Manager. Buliimoro & Ohio Kiiilro.itl. Schcdulo In effect Deo 29, 18S9. Leavo Washington from Statlou corner of New Jersey avenuo and G streot. Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcsttbnlod .Limited exprcsB dally 11:20 am, oxpross9:30 pm. Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Indianapo lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:00 p m. Fon Piiisnnna and Clovoland, Vostlbulod Limited express dally 11:0 a m and express 8:40 p m. Fon Lexinoton and Local Stations, 1 10:30 am. Fob WiNCUESTEn and Way Stations, t5.30 p.m. Fon LunAY, B:40 p m. Fon BALTiMonE, weok days, 4.00, 500, 6.40, 7.20, 8.30,9 20, 0.45 (11.00, 12.00, 45 mlnutos), a m, 12.10, 2 CO, 2.30 (45 minutes), 3.15(45-mln-utcs). 3.25, 4.25, 4 30, 4.35, 5.30, 0.20, 7.10, 7.45, 0 00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.20, 8.30, 0.B0, 0.45 a m, 12 00 (15 minutes), 1.15, 2.00, 2.80 (45-minutos), 184.108.40.206,4.35, 0.20,7.10, 7.45, 0 00, 10.30 and 11.80 p m. Fon Wat Stations between Washington nnd Baltlmoro, 5 00, 6.40, 8.30, a m, 12,10, 3.25, 4.35, 0.20, 11.80 pm. Sundays, 8.S0am, 1.15, 8 25. 4 35, 0.20, 11 30 pm. TnAiNs leavo Baltlmoro for Washington, week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 8.30, 9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.C0, 12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00, 4.10,4.15. 5,00. 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.35, 10.20. 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.30, oik mm n m. mm ioui i n nin J IE 5.00. 0 20, 7,10, 7.80, 8.30. 8.35, 10.20. 10.23 and n.ro p m. Fon ANNArous, 0.40 a m, 12.10, 4.25 p m. On Sundays, 8.30 a in, 4.35 p m. Leavo An napolis 6.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays, 8.37 am, 4.00pm. Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branob, 16.45, 510.80 n m, $1.10 pm for principal sta tions only; tlO.30 a m, t4.30 and T5.30 p m. Ion Hockville nnd way stations, tl.S5 p m. Fon GAiTHEnsDnno and intermediate points, 0 00 a m, tl 00, 'iSS, tll.S5 p m. Fon Hotd's and Intermediate stations, r7.03 p in, 10.00 p m. Cuuncn thain loavos Washington on Sun day nt 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on Metropolitan llranoh. FonFnEDEmcK, t0.45. tll.20 a m, t3.10, tl.30 p m. Sundays, 1.10 p in. Fon IIaoeiistown, 111.20 a. m. and t5.S0 p. m. Tiiains nrrlvo from Chicago dally 11.45 a m and 4,05 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg 7.10 a m, 6 50 p m dally. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI VISION. Fon New Yobk, Trenton, Nowark and Elizabeth, N. J., .OO, -18.00, 0.20, 12.00 a m, 2.S0, 4.20 nnd 10.80 p in. Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the 10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m. Fon Tiiiladmtiiia, Nowark, Wilmington and Chester, 1.C0, -18,00, 9 20, 12.00 a m, 2.30, 1.20, 7.10 and 10 80 pm. Foit intfiimediate voints between Balti more and Philadelphia, t5.00 und 7.20 a m, 12.00, tO.16 p m. Tiiains ijsave New York for Washington, S.iO.tll.OOa m, .OO, 3.20, 5.00 p in and 12.15 night. Tiiains leave Philadelphia for Washington, 4.40, 8.16,11.10ani,tl.S51 MO, O.OS. 7.40 pm. Fon Atlantic Citt, .OO a m and 12.00 m. Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12.00 noon. tExccptSunday. Dally. SSundayonly. Bnggago culled for anil checked from ho tels ni.d residences by Union Transfer Co. on ordcisleft at ticket ofUccs, 619 and 1351 Pa. avo. and at Depot. J. T. ODKLL, CHAS. O. SCULL. Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't Chesapeake and Ohio Route. Schedulo In effect January 20, 1890. Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and B Mieets. J0:57 a m for Newport News, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars to Old Point Comfort dallv except Sundays. Arrrlvoln Old Point at 6:10 n m, and Norfolk nt 6:40 p m. 11:11 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Koutuokjr nnd Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers ttirough without chango to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:35 a m. 9:40 p m V. F. V. Vestlbulo Spoelal. dally, solid trains with dining cars run through without chango to Cincinnati. Vestlbulo Sleeper for Lexington and Loulsvlllo. Ofuto, 513 Pennsylvania avonuo. II. W. FULLER, Gen, Pass. Agent. A DflSITIUF ForLOBTorFAILlNO MANHOODi H PUBI NIC Dentral and NERVOUS DEBILITY: rTTTtJ "C Weaknes of Body and Hindi Effect! J UJ JOiJU ofEnoraorExceMeilnOldorYounsr. llobml, Sclil. MtMIOODfillr Kctlnrrd. llo lo tnlart. .l HlrtnKllifiiMK.lK.tMlhVUXIl'HICIIK.AVSi I'AllTSodlOllt. AbkUulrlr unr.lll.ir III) 11 K 1liH131t.r llanrSU In dr. nenlettir rrum41 Bt.lri, l.rrllorir., .on rorrifntoumrir.. Yoar.nwrlLtLrm. 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