THE WASHINGTON CXttTIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1890.
Tli rallies' rnvorlto Avontio Wry
Wo havo rrferenco to ttio popular and old
Oitabllshod houso of Messrs William 1) Clark
A Co., which la centrally located nt No. all
3Iarkot Space nnd l'ontmlvnnlu ruomio
northwest, Kir, William I)i Clark, thoscnlor
partner of the Arm, said tothobuMnoss ro
porter of The Cmnc that his business this
year, and especially this soason, Is tar In ad
ranco of that of last, and that ho was muoli
pleased with tho huslnoss prospects, and
that when tho weather was tho least pro
pltlous thoy nail all his corps of obliging
nalesmcn could attend to. Among soma of
their latest Importations Is a largo aaort
ment or handsome India pongee, which aro
flno and of tho softost cotton fabrics. Thoso
pongocs aro In superb doslgns, nnd In great
demand, Theso goods nro ospoclally sult
nblo lor tho present soa't n. Thoy also havo
on their countors a beautiful lino of lm
ported Scotch ginghams of tho nowost
ftyles, and, toclosethom out hurriedly, ther
havo reduced tho prlco from 40 to 80 eonts.
Another doslrablo lot of theso ginghams
at 85 cents. They aro also offering a
very dcslrablo assortment of wash surahs at
85 cents, richly worth $1 It will plcaso vou
to oxamlno theso fabrics and noto their ex
cellent qualities and values for tho monoy
Their stock of all kinds of blaok goods was
novor so oompleto as at present. Tliolr vory
doslrablo assortment of blaok Bilk grona
dines, of all tho latest weaves, aro much
sought af lor this season. They aro tho solo
agents In this olty for Smith A, Antrell's blaok
hoslt ry, which aro warrantod as roprcontol,
or tho monoy refunded Theso nro oxoood
lugly dcslrablo goods In tho way of hosiery.
Tliolr storo Is filled to Its utmost capacity
with one of tho host solectcd stocks of dry
Roods that has ovor befoio boon tliolr pleas
ure, to show to an appreciative public In tho
National Capital and Its suburbs. Do not
forgot whllo at this storo, ask to bo shown
tbo whlto coods and linen dopartmont Ono
prico, and that uniformly low, at bottom
"The Eckington oars will tako you within
cno block of tho Circus.
Itnddcn'H Suinmor Stylos In 1'urnlturo,
Carpets, llnbv Cnrrlaeos, etc.
This long-established Installment houo,
located at 030 and 032 Sovonth street north
west, Is receiving Its full supply of all kinds
of morcbandtso that go to mako up a com
plete outfit for a aorofortablo resldonco. Ills
sow stock of Hofrlgerators, Baby Carrlagos
and Matting Is cumnloto. You can llnd Just
what you nood In this rosponslblo storo. nt
cash prices on tbo Installment plan, and
mako your own terms. Goods dollvorod on
i rst payment. Glvo him a call.
The National Sato Deposit Company,
Cor. lfitb St. and N. V, Avoaue.
Storage for Silverware, Jowolry. Laces,
Fine Goods and valuables of all kinds.
Charges moderate. Safo deposit boxes for
rent at tho very lowest ratos.
New Haven, Docembor 15, 1889.
The Anhonsor-Bnsch Browlne Association,
St. Louis, Mo.:
Gentlemen Tho sample of Faust Beer
lately rocolvod from you tor analysis has In
100 parts by wotght tho following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract C.8S0
Alcohol , 3.390
Carbonlo acid gas .355
Water .. 89.35
systematic search has fallod to show the
presence of any adultorant, and tho oompo
e'tlon Is vory similar to that of tho Best Boer
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto ,
S. W. Johnson,
Prof ossor of Chemistry, Yalo Collogo.
Fir street and Virginia avonno southwest,
W, II. aoucliton Co.'h Extra Uar
gntna and Inducements.
This prominent and well-known firm, at
1218 and 1220 F street northwost, will open
to-day their second special salo for only ono
week. Their objoct will bo to glvo you tho
best possible bargains In Ono furniture. Thli
great bargain salo Is strictly for cash. Thoy
are displaying an Immense stock In all tho
newest styles and grades In mattings, rang
ing In prko from 20 to 45o. Their Hoed nud
Itattan furniture must bo soen and oxamlnel
to bo duly appreciated. Alargoasjortrnont
cfbaby carriages, sold on tho Installment
plan, small cash paymont, balanco weekly,
fcce their S10 carriages thoy nro perfoot
For spring larrrb and Washington drossed
beef go to J. R. Kelly, Ninth street wing.
Centre Market, and N. L. Markot. Fifth and
"Weeding Out Saloonn.
New York lias its exclusive fashion
able 400, and tho Commissioners havo
an idea that 400 liquor saloons in Wasta
inRlon aro enoucu. Ycsterdav thev an
nounced that no moro liquor licenses
would ho granted until tho saloons in
"Washington aro reduced to that num
ber. Tho Commissioners have decided
that no moro liquor licenses will bo
granted until Juno 1, except in a caso
where a person has bought out a busi
ness to which a licenso has already been
granted, and then this will bo considered
in tho ljglit of a transfer only.
Derelict I'ollcenien Dismissed.
At a board session of tho Commls
tloncrs yesterday tho findings of tho
Polico Trial Board in tbo cases of
Sergeants Duvall, Connelly and Jones
and Filvato More) ami was sustained.
Tho men wcro tried for falling to re
rort the character of Ttced's place on
Eleventh strrct, and Duvall, Connelly
and Slureland recommended for dls
missal. The Commissioner concurred
in ibis, and ordered that Sergeant
Jones be admonished to bo more careful
in the future.
A Nrgm-Woman Heater.
Henry TTorlurjo, a brutal negro, dls
Hnguisiicii himself last night by beating
Nellie Coleman In I'reedraan's alley.
If cr wounds were of such a serious na
ture that Dr. Purcell had to bo sum
moned to attend her, and she was later
&ent to tho Emergency Hospital. For
tune succeeded in making his cscapo,
but ho is well known to tho police and
will no doubt bo apprehended.
Stolen nt the Circus.
Among tho thefts reported yesterday
was that of a watch from William J.
Coleman of 1033 Tenth street northwest.
Jlr. Coleman went to tho circus in tho
afternoon nnd whllo taking in tho
menagcria missed his gold hunting case
watch, which ho values nt $1G0. No
arrest has as yet been made and tho
chances nro that tho loser will have to
invest in a new time piece.
Now Stooping Cars to St. Louis,
l'ullman Buffet Bleeping Cars now run
through to St. Louts, via Cincinnati, on the
liallluioru and Ohio Vcstlbulo Limited,
leaving Baltimore dally at 2:30 p. m., Wash
ington at 3.S0 p. tn., arriving Su Louis noxt
afternoon at 0:45. A similar service Is
maintained on tbo H. it O Express leaving
llultimoio dally at 10.20 p. tu., Washington
ll.SOp. tu., arriving St. Louis tho second
morning at 7:45.
Members of tho National Guiml of
the District wcro practicing yesterday
at the Arsenal, under tbo supervision of
Sinjor Pollard. Tho contest Is for tho
selection of a team to ptrliclpnto in the
shooting tournament at Crccdmoro.
A stole Association tn Hutertuln,
Tho Michigan delegation in Congress
with their families have received cordial
Invitations to attend tho reception and
entertainment to-night of tho Michigan
8 la to Association at Elk's nail.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Vvinslow's Soothing Byrup should
always be used lor children toothing. It
soothes the child, softens the gums, allays
11 pain, cures wind colic, and ft is the best
gpfuplj for diarrbo. 85c & bottle.
Transactions on the Washington Ex
changeNotes nnd Gossip,
Tho transactions ycstordiy of tho
local Btock Exchango wcro of small
proportions In tho nggrogato and unim
portant in detail.
For S2IS0 Second Mortgago Light In
fantry Uonds 100J was realized. Al
though within two or three years these
bonds havo nnnrcclntoil onnrmnunltf.
having gono up from about 40, bearing
as thoy do 7 per cent, and owing to tho
great incrcaso in tho valuo of tho prop
erty over tho first loan of but $110,000,
they may rightly bo rognidcd as a do
slrablo investment. Tho largo interest
is supposed to compensate tlip risk.
Sooner or later Iho two leans may bo
consolidated nnd tho bonds of both
classes exchanged for a first mortgago
bond at 4 or 5 per cent. In which caso
tho chotco of accepting payment or
Inking tho now bonds would doubtless
For $400 Washington Oas bonds,
scries U, 123 was received. But for the
fact that on all securities running for n
fixed tlmo tho premium must bo evont
ually lost, this would bo o profitable In
vestment. Even ndmlttlng tho loss of
premium this 0 per cent, securlcty will
yield for Iho whoio tlmo for which it
runs over 4 per cent.
Comment was made in yesterday's
CntTic on tho Eckington Itailroad stock.
Another small lot brought 80, at which
price there wcro largor offerings, but
with Httlo disposition, It is believed, to
court a bid at tho prlco named. There
still appears a disposition to accept $9
for Itlggs Insurance. It may bo from a
necessity of tho holder to realize. For
100 shares $0 was paid, and tho closing
offering at tho same prico, with 8J bid.
This ICth day of May mny bo con
sidered as marking an era In Grnpho
phono stock. Ono year aro this after
noon ono of the most sagacious mem
bers of tho board of brokers bought
privately 150 shares of Qraphophono
stock, for which ho pnld $1,200, $28
per share. At that tlmo tho instrument
which tho company was offering to the
public was, compared to tho ono now so
eagerly sought, as tho electric light to
tho tallow-dip of our grandmothers; tho
output of tho machines, slow and uncer
tain; tho factory under leaso and ex
travagant management; tho ma
chines sent out, often lacking
perfection; tho subordinate com
panies fow and Insufllclcut; tho
enterprise, scarcely out of tho ex
perimental staeo, and tho stock daily
tossed from hand to hand by reason of
its abundance Today tho most expert
stenographcis in tho world, at tho
United Slates Capitol, pronounco tho
1 nstruraeut nil that their extraordinary
requirements demand; tho work at tho
factory is adjusted to tho nicest system
ot (lticiency anil economy; tho subordi
nate companies, numbcrinc thirtv.two.
with a nominal capital of seventeen
millions, acquiring daily greater skill
In tho important work of distributing
tho instruments; tho cntcrDriso for
piofilnblo results scarcely Inferior to
the Bell telephone, and yet witbal, by
reason of the stupidity of the public
and Iho cupidity of those best informed
i f Iho real worth of tho invention, who
nrc actively engaged in bearintr the
Mock, a fow shares aro dally offered
for salu at ono - half tuo prlco
realized a year ago; and such has been
tho freedom with which wealthy "and
sagacious people havo bought and
locked up tho stock that it is virtually
oil" the market except through tho bear
offerings, which dally tantalize men,
who arc seeking tho stock In blocks
woithyof their attention, well fearing
that attempts to got it in driblets
will but forco up its market valuo.
Tho sales ycsterdav woio 105 Bhares.
50 wont to a largo holder at 11J. The
lion's share 53 were bought by tho
broker who had tho order to sell, as ho
was not out-bid by any other purchaser,
and it was not doubted that ho held an
order to buy as well as to sell and tho
full market prlco was paid.
Washington Stock Exchange.
Sale6 Regular Call la o'clock m.
Washington and Georgetown Railroad
Con. Cs, $500 at 311. Chesapeake and Po
tomac Telephono, 10 at 74; 13 at 74 J; 13 at
75. American Graphophono, 35 at 141.
American Security andxrust Company, 43
Miscellaneous Bonds U. 8. Electric
Llelits lst.C's. 100: U. S. Electric Llirht
2d,u's, ISO; W. & Q. K. R. HW0 0's,
R'03-'23, 1051; W. & Q. Convertible 0's
200; Masonic Hall Ass'n, 5's, C 189S, 103;
Wash. Market Co., 1st Mort., 0's, 110;
Wash. Market Co., Imp., 0's. 118; Jnl'd &
Seaboard Co., 0's, C 1897, : Wash. Lt.
infantry, 1st, 0's, 1004 101; Wash. Lt. In
fantry, 2d, Te, 1904, 100; Wash. Qas Light
Co., faer. A, 0's, 121; Wash. Gas Light Co.,
8er. B, 0's, 122; Hygienic Ice Company.lst
Jlort-, Cs, .
National Bank Btocka Bank of Wash
ington, 470; Bank of Republic, 200; Metro
politan, 207; Central, 1500, Becoud, 1855;
Farmers and Mechanics', 190; Citizens',
ICG; Columbia, 180; Capital, 119; West
Itailroad Btocks Washington and
Georgetown, 285; Metropolitan, 170; Co
lumbia, 72; Capitol and North O Street,
71J; Eckington and Soldier's Home, 78;
Georgetown and Tcnnallytown,504; Bright
lusuranco Btocks Firemen's, 41; Frank
lin, 55; Metropolitan, 85; National Union,
03; Arlington, ICO; Corcoran, 01; Colum
bia, 18J: German-American, 180; Potomac,
88; Rlpgs, 82; People's HI.
Title Insurance Btockf Real Estate
Title, 126; Columbia Title, ; Washington
Gus and Electric Light 8tocks Washing
ion Gas, 45; GcoigctownGas, 48; U. S
Eh ctrlc Light, 120.
Tell here btocks Pennsylvania, 20
riefupcsle and Potomac, 74; American
Miscellaneous Btocks. Washington Mar
ket Co., 18; Washington Brick Machine
Co., 890; Great Falls Ice Co., 210; Bull
Run Panorama Co., 23; National Bafo De
posit, 245; Washington Safo Deposit, 130;
Washington Loan and Trust Co., 31; Na
tional Typographic, 25; MerEonthaler, 10;
Pneumatic Gun -Carriage, lj; Amorlcan
Security and Trust Co.. 50J; Lincoln Hall,
10; Ujglcnlc Ice Co.. 40.
An Ancient Uustom.
As is the custom with tho Knlshts
Templar on Ascension Day, they will
atUnd dlvlno scrvlco to-night. Colum
bia Commandcry, No. 2; Do Molay
Commandcry, No. 4, nnd Potomac
Commaudory, No. !), of Georgetown,
will march from tbo asylum at 7:15
o'clock, headed by tho Marino Hand, to
tho Church of tho Kplphany, on G street,
whero they will listen to a dlscourso
from tho rector, tho Hov. Dr. Randolph
A Serious Mistake.
To "clean out" tho bowels uy strong
purgatlvo medicines, that weaken thcui, Is
n uruvo mistake. Tako those reliable
llttlo hugar-coatcd "1'leasant l'ure;atlvo
l'elltte," prepared by Dr. It. V. I'lerco.
They aro mild, but prompt In relieving
constipation, sick headache, bilious at
tacks, imin In reirlon of kldnevs. tornld
lhcr, aud In rostorlnp: n healthy, natural
action to tho stomach and bowels.
Tncnty-flvc cents a Wal. Ono "Pellet" a
Iho Important Consideration.
Jack Uppers Say, Bcadds, could you
lend mo a hundred?
Itussell S. Scadds That's not tho
point, don't you knowcould I lend
ft but could I get it back?
Mew ltoute to Cleveland,
l'ullman sleeping car's aro now ruuntug
through from Baltimore aud Washington to
Cleveland via Cauton and Akron on 1). &
O, II, It. Express train, leaving Baltimore
daily at 8:30 p. in., Washington 0:30 p. m.,
arriving Canton noxt afternoon at .13.23,
Akron at 1;H and Cleveland 3.80.
COMI2 TO GIUUF.
Fred, Illlller, n Woll-Known Youne
Ulan, Arrested on n Serious Olinree.
Yesterday morning when tho 8:20
o'clock train rolled Into Aloxandrla,
Lieutenant Smith nnd Inspector Jacobs
urrcstcil Fred Miller, tho son of ox
Dctcctlvo Miller of this city, on tho
chargo of offering counterfeit monoy
for salo through tho malls. Tho cir
culars woro sent from Culpepper, Va.,
nnd for somo tlmo past tho officers havo
been Investigating tho matter. Miller
was suspected and his arrest followed
as stated. When searched at tho sta
tion ho had n loaded rovolvor, a fow
dollnrs in money, ond n circular signed
M. Smith, Boston, Vn., offering coun
terfclt money for salo.
Ills confedcrnto, who was on tho
train, managed to escape. Miller Is
but 23 vears of ago, and inclined to bo
fast. Ho has been playing tho races
for somo time, and, It is thought, ro
sorted to this moans to replenish his
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon ho
was given a hearing bofore U. S. com
missioner Fowler, and tn dofault of
$2,000 ball was remanded for action of
the grand jury.
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A I'lcnsant Lomon Drink,
For biliousness and constipation, tako
For Indigestion and foul stomach, tako
For sick and nervous headaches, tako
For sleeplessness and nervousness, tako
For loss of appctlto and debility, tako
For fevers, chills and malaria, tako Lemon
Lemon Elixir will not fall you In any of
tho abovo diseases, all of which arlso from
a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys,
bowels or blood.
Prepared only by Drp H. Mozlet, At
50c. and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by drug
gists. A Prominent Minister Wrttos.
After ten years of great suffering from
indigestion, with great norvous prostration,
biliousness, disordered klduoys and constl-
Eatlon, I havo been cured by Dr. Mozlcy's
iCinon Elixir, and am now a well man.
Kov. C. C. Davis,
Eld. M. E. Church, South,
No. 38 Tatnall St., Atlanta, Ga.
"You nmit ko to Ilcriiiuria. If
you do not I will not be responsi
ble for tlio consequences." " But,
doctor, I can ntTurd neither the
time nor tho money." " Well, If
iiiiii. is iiuiiiisiuuii:, iry
OF PURE NORWEGIAN
COD LIVER OIL.
I sometimes call It nermuda ISot
tlcd, nnd ninny enxes i.f
or severe told
I linta CURED with It; mill the
ndvantnpro Ik Mint the most sensi
tive stoninf.li ran take It. Another
tlilnpr which, commends It Is the
Hlliiiulatlui; properties ot tho tlj
nophHsiihltcs which It contains.
Vou will llnd it for vnlc nt jour
Ili-tiPTKlst'fl hut Hce you r:rt the
original SCOTT'S EMULSION."
COLD in HEAD
A partlclo Is applied Into each nostril and-ls
agreeable. Prlco, 50 cents, at Druggists,;
mall, registered, CO conts. ELY MIOTHSKS,
58 Warren St., New York.
ueancsc, lieaitnieflt.Motttsaturaccory haikpiuihuu
RAKl 3 11A1U (ilto.T, Quickly lcmorcs Dandruff fcnd.8cafp
Disease. Wll.MT8rA.N ni MHlKKAhK. ttAHIUKTktDU
Bold by ill Dlrs U IfilUt Goodi, or nulled free for CO, by
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purohaaors lslnvltod to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ABT."
PIANOS FOR BENT.
Second-hand Flanoa at All Prices.
WM. KNAJ5B & CO.,
817 Markot Space.
Tonic Wine of Coca
IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED
If yonr norves are all unstrung Ifrontoal
Irritable, cross and fretful If you find It lit
Moult to concentrate your mlnd-lf youiri
discouraged and think life Is not worthlW
lng. It lanmcli better to use
TniS SPLENDID TONIO
than to go off and soak to drown these mis
erable feelings In "tho flowing bowl,"
thereby obtaining only TEMPORARY RE
LIEP, whon by uslns
Dr. Ferraud's Tonic Wine of Coca
you TONE UP YOUR SYSTEM AND GIVE
NATURK A CHANCE TO EFFECT A PERSIA.
THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
Indorso It as a pleasant and effective norve
tonloand stimulant and prosorlbo It for all
Nervous TrCiblos, Thin llfoort, Malaria, Loss
of Appctlto, Weak Stomaoh, Loss of Vigor
and ull troubles ot this sort "that Qoshls
Blow. us3. junESEvaz,
1014 V BTBESt' AOBTHWKST.
Washington, D. O.
is jLtrlvtw AttUtM iiiw j stw.hjk .
T UlU LCI ill II
M Dn n hv bub vr n xcp (a 19
Vif . mum
fflAT CffllTOK Sill
924 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
To Contlnuo for a Few Days Longor.
THIS IS A BONA FIDE SALE
Which Must lie Sold to Satisfy tho Demands of the Creditors. Evory,
Gnimcnt Guaranteed to bo Perfect in Stylo, Fit and Workmanship or"
NOTE PRICES AND COMPARE WITH THE
PRICES YOU HAYE PAID ELSEWHERE.
Men's Evory-D ay Pants, Mc; former prlco. $1 . 4
Wen's Knock-About Pants, $1; former prlco,-$8 GO.
Mon's All-Wool rants. $2; formor price, 81 .SB.
Men's Dress Pants, 88 B0; formor price, 87.00.
Tailor-Made Pants at Half Prico.
Wen's Kverv-Day Bults, 82 GO; formor prlco, S3.
Wen's Ail-Wool Suits, 85; former prlco, 811.
Wen's Ulaek Cheviot Bnlis, f6 B0; former prlco, J13.
Mon's IJIaok Cheviot Suits. $10; formor price, 8.
Wen's Ulaok Prlnco Albert Bnlts, $10, formor prlco, S22. -
Flno Ulaok Prince Albert and Cutaway Suits, silk-lined,
at less than HALF PRICE.
. Wo also havo Extra Largo Slzo Suits, from 81 to 49 Indies
Roys' and Children's Suits and Pants at IIALF PRICE,
Don't Miss Your Last Chance to Buy Flist-Class Clothing at HALF PRICE,
924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets.
Wo hereby annonnco to tho pnbllo that wo
tho memborsof thoSyndlcato must positively
close out 820,000 of our enormous stock of
clothing for the benefit of Mr. A. Sustlo, who
Is obliged to withdraw from the firm on ao
count of his health. Wo havo decided to oloso
out this amount of goods in the noxt
This salo will positively not commence
TWENTY-FOURTH OAY OF APRIL,
AT 9 O'CLOCK.
This Is nolthor a flro. assignee's, creditors'
nnr bankrupt salo of cheap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly legitimate bona-flde sale, car
ried on by rosponslblo persons, who do not
wish to rob people by giving cheap, shoddy
goods and charging exorbitant prices. Those
prices speak for themselves:
Fancy Worsted Pants, 97c. positively worth
Men's Evening Pants, all wool, 81.02, worth
Men's Dress Pants, S2.OT; worth 85.
Men 'b Suits, 84.83; worth 89.
. Men's All-Wool Fergo Suits (blue and
brown), 83.62; worth 812.
Men's Dross Suits, 88.23; worth 817.
Mon's Ileal Flno Prlnco Albert Suits, 814 03;
GOODS NOT SATISFACTORY, MONET
REFUNDED, at the Largo Threo-Story (Ul'oy
Corner of Ninth and E Sireels N. W.
Paper Supplies aui Stationery.
920 F STREET N. W
WASHINGTON. D. O.
OUIt PRESSES nro of the latost and most
Improved stylo. Our assortment ot typos Is
large and wo aro continually adding to our
&o., do., &c.
In fact, o verytblng that n business man needs.
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS
will And all tno mooorn tacojot typo In our
largo variety, suitable for tbolr style of work.
Tickets, Programmes, Journals, Coupon
Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers
Wo would specially call attention to our
facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages.
OUIt POSTERroomls replete wltha variety
of "largo" typo, suitable for this olass of
tnnllltsbranoho!. OUR BINDERY Is fitted
with the latest styles of book-folding and
wlro-stltchlng maohlnos and is thorofora
capable of compotltlod with any of tho largo
BEST OF WORK AT THE LOWEST POS3I
H'filli & WALLACE,
1107 J! Street Xorilntost.
The Oldest Established Printing Houso In
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
IN TnK CITY.
A Special Line of tbo Latost Novelties In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Danco Pro
grammes, etc., with Envelopes to Match,
LEOAI, WOItK A SPECIALTY
And Evory Kind of Book Prlntln;
Executed and at Lowest Rates.
TELEPHONE CALL, 602-2.
Chartered by Special Act of Congross
JANUARY 22, 1807.
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF 'SAFES,
IN ITS BURGLAR AND FIRE-PROOF
Contained In Us FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave.
OPPOSITE. U. S. TREASURY.
OFFICE HOURS. 9 A.M. TO 4 P. M.
PABST BREWING GO.,
Formerly tho Phil. Best Browing Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIO.
Especially Good for Family Use.
Beneficial or Weak and Debilitated Persons.
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCH,
703 and 705 North Capitol Street.
Telephono 273. apS
And yon will always have beantlfol Bread.
Rolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, oor
ner First street and Indiana avonuo.
WM. U. QAL.T a GO.
HOTELS AlfD RE8TJ.UIlA.lTTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Llquers In tho olty. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Esoapoa.
TERMS S3. oo and Sl.oo Per Day.
Corner 16th and I streets northwest,',
Opposlto McPherson Square.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. a. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. Houso,
T. JAMES UOTKL,
BIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVB
t. WOODBURY, ProcTietor.
JAMES 11. McQILL.
008 to 011 a street northwost.
Portland Cement, Rosendalo Cement,
Ring's Windsor Cement-full oarcoos arriv
ing fresh every week. Rolled IrouBoams
and general hulldlng iron work. Enameled
llrloks, Flro Bricks, Flro Clay. Pulp Mortar
Black, Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Pol
IMied Plato Glass. Estimates for Window
Glass. Plato Glass, iron Work and othor
Building Supplies made at all times promptly.
JAMES II. MoGILU
api7-lm 003 to oil a at. n w,
Main Store, 916 7th St. Branches, 1 22 1
Pa. Ave. andN41 1 7th St.
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This Is tin Lowest Prico Good Lumber boa ever reached, as all old
builders will know at once.
LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlIXER
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HUE TEA OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just tlie stove ior summer use, as the In
stant the cooking Is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLB BY THB
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest;
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A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port. . - -
This WIno Las taken tbo premium at all California exhibits for years.
Secure a quantity of it now.
Also a small slock of BBANDY of 1881.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAULTS, CORKEB !27Ul AND It STREETS.
BUY TOUE TEMKS MD HAMESS
425 Seventh St. N. "W., noxt to Odd-Follows najl.
York Ave. N. "W.
III 10 OB 19 HIHDTE5.
Street N. W.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Houto
To the North, West and Southwest.
DouWo Track. Splendid 8ooncry.
Steel Hulls. Magnificent Equlpmont)
In effect May 11, 1890.
Trains leave Washington, from station, cor
ner ot Sixth and 11 streets, as follows!
Fort PiTTsnur.a and tho Wost, Chicago Limited
Kxprcss of Pullman Vcstlbulod Cars at
10.60 a m dally: Fast I.lno, 10.60 a m dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, with Slooplng
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus: dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Slcoplng
Car Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chtongo
and Cincinnati Express, 3 30 p m dally.
Parlor Car Washington to Harrtsburg, and
Slcoplng Cars Ilarrlsburg to St. Louis, Chi
cago anil Cincinnati, nml Dining car Ilar
rlsburg to St. Louis. Wostorn Express, at
7.40 p in dally, with Sleeping Cars Washing
tone to Chicago and St. Louis, oonnootlng
dally at Hnrrlsburg with through Sloopora
for Lonlsvlllo and Memphis. Paolflo Ex
press, 10.00 pmdi lly.for PlttBburg nnd tho
West, with through blooper to Pittsburg,
nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kane, Canandalgua, lloohostor nnd Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a ra.
Fon EniE,.Canandalgna and Rochester dally;
for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcept Sat
urday, 10.00 p pi. with Slcoplng car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiiLiAMBronT, Look Haven and Elmlra,
nt 10.M a m daily, oxcept Sunday.
Fon WiixtAiisroriT dallv, 3 30p m.
Fon Pitit.ADisi.rniA, Now York and tho East,
7.20. 0 00, 11.00 nnd 11.40 a m, S.10, 8 15, 4.30,
5.40. 10.00 and 11.80 p m. On Sunday. 0.00,
11.40 am, a.10, 3.15, 4 20, 10.00 and 11.80pm.
Limited Express of Pullman Tarlor Cars,
8.40 a m dally, oxcept Sunday, and 5.00 p
m dally, with Dining Car.
Fon PniuDKLTiitA only. Fast Kxpros 8.10 a
m.wcok-days.and 4.00 pm dally. Expross,
bunday only, 0.40 p m.
Fon Boston without change, 8 15 pm evory
Fon Bnoontrv, N. Y all through trains oon
ucot at Jersey City with boats ot Brooklyn
Annex, affordlm? direct transfer InPnllnn
Btreot. avoiding doublo ferrlago aoross
New York City.
Fon Atlantic Cur, 11 40 a m wcok-days,
11.20 pm dally,
ron Baltimore, 0.3', 7.20, 8.10. 0 0d, 0.40, 10.00,
10.C0, 11 00 and 11.40 a m. 18.05, 8.10, 8.15, 3.30,
4 00, 4.20, 4.J0, 5.00, 5.40, 0.00, 7.40, 10 00 and
11.20 p m. On Sunday. 0 00. 0.05, 10.50, 11.40
am, S.10. 8.15, 3.30,4.00,4.80,5.00. 5.40,0 00,
7.40. 10.00 and 11.80 pm.
Fon Pors'B Cukek Link, 7.20 a m and 4.30 p m
dally, oxcept Sunday.
Fori Annatolis, 7.80 nd 9 00 a m, 18.05 nnd 4.20
pm dally, oxcopt Sunday, Sundays, 4.80
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN HAILWAY.
In effect May 11, 1890.
Fon Alexandria, 4 SO, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 9.45,
10.57 a m. 18.04 noon, 8 05. 8.30. 4.85,4 55, 0 01.
8.08, 10.05 and 11.39pm. On Sunday at4.80.
7.45, 9,45, 10 57, a m, 8.30, 0.01, 8 03. and 10.05
Accommodation pon Qcantico, 7.45 a m and
4,65 p m neck-days. 7.45 am Sundays.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m woek-
TnAiN leavo Aloxandrla for Washington,
0.05 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.13. 11.07, a m: 1.80, 3.00,
8.50, 5.10, 0.05, 7.05, 9.80, 10.37 and 11 03 p m.
On Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 am; 2.00. 6.10.
7.05. 7.89, 9.20, and 10.37 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho ofllco,
northeast corner of Thirteenth Btroct and
Pennsylvania avenuo, and at the Btatlon,
whero orders can bo left for the cheeking of
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. ii. WOOD,
. General Passenger Agent.
CnAS. E. rUGH, General Manager.
Baltimore anil Ohio Railroad.
Sohcdulo In Effect May 11, 1890.
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jersoy avenuo and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbuled
Limited cspross dally 11.30 a m, express
9.30 p m.
Fon Cincinnati, St I ouls and Indianapolis,
exrress daily. 3 SO and 11.30 p m.
Fon PiTTSnuno and Cleveland, oxpress dally
9.30 a. m. and 8.40 Dm.
Fon Lexinoton and points In tho Shenan
doah Valley, 11.30 a m.
Fon Wincuksteii and -way Stations t5.30 pm.
Fon LunAY 8.40 p m.
Fon Baltimore, week days, 4 0', 6.00, 0.35.
7.20, 7.30, 8.00. 8 SO, 9 So tll.OO, 12.00, 45-mln-utos)
a m, 18.10. 8.15. 2 50, (45-mlnuf es) 3 15,
(45 minutos) 3.25, 4 20, 4.30, 4.38. 4 50. 5.30.
0.00, 0.15, 0 80, 7.30. 8.31, 9.50, 10.30, and 11.00
pm. Sundays 4 05. 7.20. 7.30. 8.30, 0.30 a m..
(18 CO, 45-mlnutes) 1.10,8.15, 8 50, (45 minutes)
3 85, 4.S0, 4 Si, 4.60, (45 mlnutoi) 0.00, 0.15,
0 80, 7.30. 8.35, 10.30. 11.(0 p m.
Fon Way-stations between Washington and
1 altlmore, 6.00, 0.35. 8 S( a m, 13 10, 3 85, 4.3,
0 20, 11.00 p m. Sundays.8.80 n m, 1,10.
8 83, 4.33, 0.80,11.00 p.m.
Trains leae Baltimore for Washington,
weok days, 5 00, 0 80, 0 80, 7.15. 7 80.8 00.
8 30, 8.35. 1) SO and 10.20, 10.33a m; 12.10, 1.0O.
2.10, S.30, 8 60. 4 15, 5 CO, 0 00, 0 20, 7.00 7.80
8 80, 8 30, 9 00. 10.10. 10.80 and 11 00 p m!
Sundays, 0 30, 7.15,8 30.8 85.9 30,10 80,10 35
am; 1.00,105, 8.10,2 30, .1.15,6.00, 0 80. 7.00.
7.30. 8 20, 8 30, 10.10, 10 80 and 11.00 p m.
Fon Annavolis. G 35 and 8 80 a m, 13 10 and
4 0 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m. 4.32 p m.
Lcavo Annapolis 0.40, 8.30 a m, 18.05, 3.50
pm. Sundays. 8 SO am. 4 00 pm.
Fon stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
t0.80.S8.80 am, $1.15 p m. For principal
Btatfons only, tl0.40 a in., t4 30 and t5 30 p m.
Fon Rockville and Way Stations, t4.S5 p m.
FonGAiTHtnsBuim and Intermediate points,
10 00. $10 00, til 00 a m, tl.00, 13 00, 5.33
19.45, 510 00. til 00 pm.
FonBoin'sand Intermediate stations, 7.00
Cnnntii train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.16 p m. stopi lng nt all stations on Met
Fon FnEDtnicK 10.30 $3.30, $9 80, tll.30 a m,
$1.15. 13.30, 14 30 pm.
Fon Haoerstown, tll.30 a ra and t5 SO p m.
Trains arrive from Chicago dally at 11.45 a m
nnd 4 10 p m: from Cincinnati and St. Louis
daily 3 50 a m and 3 05 p m; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 5 60 p m dally.
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION.
Ton New York, Trenton, Newark, and Eliza
beth. N. .1., 4 05, 18.C0, 10 00, 13.00 a, m.,
2.50, 4.60 and 10.30 p. m. Buffol Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10 30 p. m , open at 0 (0 p m
Fon Philadelphia, Newark, Wilmington and
Chester, 4.05. t8 00 12 00 noon. J,60, 1.50,
0.15 and 10 SO p. m. Limited Expross for
Philadelphia "10.00 a. m. only.
For hterjieihate point, between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, t5.00 and $7 20a.m ,tl8.10.
4.50 p. m. -.
TaAiNs leave New York for Washington,
9 00, til 30 a m, 2 CO, 3.so, 5.oo p m. and
18.15 night. ,'
Trains lotvo Philadelphia for Washington,
4.2J, 15, MO.IS, 11.83 a m, 1.40 ,181
5.55, 7.38 p m.
Ton Atlantic City, .OS a m and U.COm.
tExcept Sunday. Dally. Sunday rnly.
Baggage called for and chooked from
hotels and residences by Union Transfer Co.
on orders left at ticket ofllcosr 010 and 1351
Pa. avo. and at depot.
J. T. ODKLL. CnAS. O. BCULL,
ucn. manager. uon. Pass. Ag't.
Sohedulo In effect
.March 3, 1890.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and D
streets. 10.57 a m for Nowport News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrrlvo In
Old Point at 8:10 p m, and Norfolk at 0:40 p m.
11:81 a m Clnolnnntl Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, Wost Virginia, Koatuoky
and Clnoiimatt. Vestibule sloopora through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:33
11:10 p m-F. F. V. Vestibule Llmlted.dally.
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Loxlngton and Loulsvtllo. Pull
man cars aro open to receive passengers at
0 00 p. m.
Office, 613 Pennsylvania avenuo.
II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass. Agent.
for mn ONLY!
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