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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1890.
If WASHINGTON CRITIC O ITT BVKOIAZH, llndden's Bummer Styles In Vurnlturo, Cnrpots, llnby Ciirrlnccs, olo, This long established Installment homo, located at KM and KU Hevonth stroot north Wost, IsrccolvlngltHfulI supply of nit kinds ot mcrehandlso thut go to inako up n com plcto outfit for a comfortablo rosldonco. Ills now stock of Hefrlgenitors, Dnby Carrlagos tind Matting Is comploto You can II ml Just what you need In this responsible storo. nt cash prlcos on tlio Installment plan, and mako your own tortus. Goods dollvorod on l rat payment. Glvo him a call, Tlio National Unto Iloposlt. Company, Cor. lBthSt. nnd N. Y, Avonuo, Btorago for Sllvorwaro. Jowelry. Ijacos, Fine. Goods and raluablos of all kinds. Charges modornto. Safe deposit boxes for rent nt tlio vory lowest rates. Anhouser-llusoli. New Uaveh, Docember IS, 1833. Tho Anhousor-Dusch Browing Association) bt. Louis, Mo.: Clcutlomon Tho samplo of Faust Boor latoly rocclvod from you lor analysis has In 100 parts by wolgbt tho following composi tion: Total solid extract 0.8SO Alcohol 3.390 Carbonloaotd gas , 353 Wator 89.375 100.003 bystomatlo search has fallod to show tho prosecco of any adulterant, am! tho compo sUlon Is Tory similar to that of tho Host Door of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto., 8. W. Johnson, Trofcssor of Chemistry, Yalo Collogo. Washington llranch: nr stroot and Virginia avonno southwost, FRANK SCnWAKZ, Managor. Tnono, 371-1. Vf, II. Houghton Sc Co.' Kztra Bar gains and Inducement. This prominent and well-known Arm, at . 1218 and 18S0 F" street northwost, will opon to-day their second special salo tor only ono week. Tholrobjeot will bo to give you tlio best posiiblobargalnstn fino furniture. This great hargIn sale Is strictly for cash. Thoy aro displaying an ImmonBo stock In all tho ncwoBt styles and grades In nuttings, rang' login prlco from 20 to 45c. Their Heed and I Ituttnn furnituro must bo soon and oxamlnoi to bo duly appreciated. A largo asjortmont cfbaby carriages, sold on tho Installment plan, small cash payment, balanco wookly, eeo tbolr $10 carriages thoy aro porfoot bcautlos. Spring; Lamb. For spring Iamb and Washington drossod boot go to J. K. Kolly, Ninth stroot wing, Coutro Market, and N. L. Harkot. Fifth and K streots. THE liKNNIXCiS CASE. Tho Jury Fall to Agroo ami nre DUchargml. Tlio trial of John A. Richardson, charged with manslaughter in causing the death of Francis A. Godfrey and three others at Iho Bcnnlngs crossing, terminated in tho Criminal Court lata 3 eslcrday afternoon. At the conclusion of tho testimony for tho. defense, Rich atdson was placed on the stand and made a statement thut during tho four vcais he had been gate keeper at tho Jennings crossing he had never been furnished with a running schedule of the trains, and had no idea as to when I hey weio due. He wasnot ndvlsed as to fast trains or specials, and ho had to dcpcnti'entircly.dn his own watchful ness in order to propeily guard tho gates. At A o'clock, after brief argu ments, the caso was given to the jury, and after deliberating some time thev ri ported that they could not agree on a verdict nnd were discharged by Judgo Bingham. ItullUIng Association Election. Tho stockholders of the Builders' Aid 1 Association mot last evening at the cilice of Wright & Slockett, 810 F street, and elected the following booid of managers: F. J. Dicudonnc, G. II, Dyer, C. M. Carter, W. E. "Wright, J. M. Stockclt, Loring Chappel and John A. Prcscott. The new hoard then elec ted F. J. Dleudonne, president; George 11. Dyer, vice-president; W. E. Wright, secretary, and John A. Prceott, treas urer, A dividend of fifty percent., pay able in stock, was declared, and it was decided to issue a new series of stock. A Most Worthy Cause. On Thursday next au afternoon and evening entertainment will bo given at the Children's Hospital, on W -street, between Twelfth nnd Thirteenth, from 5 to 11 o'clock. Weber's band will furnish music for dancing. Mis. Mc Cauley, Sirs. Johnston, Mrs Rao, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Henry will have chargo of the ice cream lublo; Mrs. Warden and Mrs. Phil. Sherililer, tho candy table; Mis. McGuire, the tea table; Mrs. Gait, tho lemonade table; Mrs. Rodgers, Mrs. Caldcron Carlislo and Mrs. Sher illl, the fancy table. Tho Montji of Mury. In all tho Catholic churches the pretty and sunshiny month of May, with its wealth of natural spriugtimo beauty, is tailed tho Month of .Mary and dedi- atid to tho Virgin Mary. This Is a 1 cautiful 'custom, and usunlly on tho lau Sunday of the month processions of ilie children aro held, each one carrying . Iragraul llowcrs. Hymns to tho Virgin file sung uml her statue in tho churches crow ncd with flowers. To Wulk on the Wiitor. A corps of men who can and will walk on the watcr'of tho Potomac, headed by tho noted and intrepid Paul Boynton, will givo exhibitions at Hlver , View next Sunilnv und Monday. Tueso will bo decidedfy interesting aquatic performances. Thcie will bo an extra number of stealners to carry tho crowds lo iho above popular resprt. Washington's Train Strvko, The City of Washington enjoys tho ad vantages of tho fastest train servlco In America, If not In tho world. The tlmo via It. A 0. 11. K. to New YorK Is 5 hours, to 1'blladclphla, 3 hours and 50 minutes, and to Ualtlmore, 15 minutes. This Is quicker llmuthan Is uiudo via any other line, and Iho finest parlor cars ever built by tho fa mous i'ullmuu Company arc part of tho equipment of these superb trains. Maidens of llin Apron, To-morrow and Thursday evenings the Young Lndles' Apiou Society of thcMcmoiial Lutheran Church will conduct a baur and festival at tho chapel, corner of Fourteenth and N streets. A special feature will bo a fan dilll by young ladies of the High h'clioul and tho High School Glee Club. "Whero nro you going, my pretty maid?" "To gut some of I'ortiier's Vlenu ileor," blic said. A City Mull Itoutu Extended, Tho mail jouto between Avenel, Md , mid tills city, No. 10280, will, after to morrow, ombiacc tho new postal sta tion P, at tho corner of Fourteenth and Hloughton streets northwest, by order of tho Postolllco Department. Tho snooks and goblins that delight To nil with terror all the night; That stalk abroad in hideous dreams With which dyspepsia's laucy teems, Will never trouble with tholr ills The man who trusts In Pierce's Fills, Dr. 1'lerce's Pleasant l'urgatlvo Pellets; jpgcUWp, harmless, painless, sure i i.KIt i.khi; I1UCII." Tlio Sclmutron Voreln Anniversary Last Night n Oraml Success, Tho loud booming of a cannon and tho inspiring strains of martial music announced in an unmistakable manner last evening to those in tho vicinity of tho Sehuotzen Park that tho celebration of the twenty-fifth nnnlversary of tho Wnshlugton Scliuolcn Vcroln was in progrcis. Naturo'a flood gates woro opened early In tho afternoon and tho rain poured in torrents. During tho re mainder of Iho evening dark and threat ening clouds scudded across tho sky, and It looked at times as though the celcbratron would hnvo to bo postponed, Tho pretty grounds presented a picture; quo appearance with tho count less nnd many-colored lanterns swing ing about in tho breeze and producing an unique effect. Tho pavilion and club house wero also brilliantly Illu minated. Tlio Washington Biengcrbund, tho first organization to arrive marched Into tho park at 8 o'clock. Thoy woro met by a committee, and headed by Donch's band marched to tho navlllon. whero thoy wero welcomed. Next came tho Columbia Turn Vcrcln and tho Germanln Mienncrchor, both of which wero also cordially received. One of tho features of tho evening was a scries of gymnastic performances by twenty-six pupils of tho Columbia Turn Vcrcln, llttlo fellows clad in gym nasium costume. Their evolution; called forth frequent outbursts of ap plause. Following this was tho pre sentation of the memorial tablet. This was designed by Mr. Paul Schultz, and Is intended as an expression of tho fra ternal feelings of tho Germans of Washington toward tho Scheutzcn Vcreln, and wishing it continued pros perity. Tho tablet Is surmounted by a vlgnetto, cmblcmatlo of sociability. Beneath is a pedestal, In tho centre of which is a lyre; to tho ono sldo is tho coat-of-arms of tho Technique societies, surrounded with laurel, nnd on tho other those of tho Turner (gymnastic) societies, ornamented wiih the rod, do noting strength. The lyro is decorated wltb nnlm. rnnrpqnnllnir nnnno. nan with floral wreath. Tho inscription Is in German text, and the wholo is signed I iy mo mucrcnt German societies of the District. Mr. Schullzo made Iho presentation speech in a happy manner, ending with "Er lebo hochl ' This caused thrco rousing Teutonic cheers. Mr. LTock mcycr replied in an equally happy vein, returning thanks to those who had made the handsome presentation. Tho members and their guests then proceeded lo tho largo banquot hull, which had been elaborately and tasto fully decorated. There wero fivo hun dred happy smiling faces beaming around tho tables, which wero loaded with delicacies. Donch's band fur-, nlshcd the music in tho hall and added to iho completeness of tho occasion. President Hockmeycr introduced lion. Simon Wolf as toast-master, and ho filled that position in hlb usual jovial manner. Mr. Frank Claudy recited tho oiiclnal poem. "Fest-Gedicht." Then toasls were mado and responded to by Commissioner Douglass, Congressmen Lehlbach of New Jersey and Niodring haus of Missouri, Mr. Beriuh Wilklns, Mr. Theodore Koyes and others. Ainong'tlic gay throne present were Charles Naylor and wife, Charles Chllds and wife, Colonel Froy and wife. Mrs. Hockmeycr, Mrs. Bucher, Dr. Fredrick and wife, James Hodges ond wife, John Hochelmer, Slnion Wolf nnd wifo, John L. Vogt and wifo, Antolno Ehcrly and family, Christian Heurich, Christian Ruppcrt and wife, William Hclmus and wifo, Ilclnhold tpiWESEUtu, a. K. ii. lteesc, Fifth Auditor Hnbcrcom, Fiank Claudy, Charles Ebcl, John Augcrmann, George SeliHe, John Apple, Paul Scuultzc, Thtodoie Noycs, Beriah Wilkins, Com missioner J. W. Douglass, Edward Droop, A. O. Richards, L. Clcphane, Captain Kesslcr of the North German Loyd's, L. Sulzer, Switzerland; Jacob Karr, Louis Schmidt and wife, Call Strongmann and ladles, Mr. Dauterich and wife, Gcorgo J. Bcsslcrand family, Chr. Heurich and wife, David Hagerty auu who, jur. .uuiencu anu wile. A Great High Jumper. "Ontario," tho high jumping horso of Mr. S. S. Howland who, together with Boscbcrry, held tho high jumping record of tho world, made at the Chi cago Jiorso show in November last, yestciday afternoon, In tho Dresenco of about 100 people, at the Washington Biding Academy, off a clay floor, mado the cxtraordinarv jump of soven feet, thus breaking his own and all other records. Tho jump was measured by a committee consisting of Judge John Davis, Colonel Anderson, U. B. A., and Mr. Sevcllon Brown of tho Stalo Department. The horso was ridden by his usual rider, Jamc3 Froy llng. Talking About tlio Itablcs. On Monday afternoou last theio was a second seriis of "Nursery Talks" at the usldtnco of Mis. Coolldgc. Tho molhtis prestntwero much interested in tho new appliances for tho bathing of infants. Two new styles of rubber tubs were shown, and bolh could bo folded up and packed away in the mothci's trunk. Doctor Hinds" spoke of tho vital importance of bathing. Sho spoke of emcrcenclcs and tho piopcr means to en ploy in case of accidents which befall Utile children. The mothers visited tho mil scry, whcic they had a pleasant chat. Tlioy l'acod tho Cannon's Mouth, SIxly.flvo vetcians who havo inhaled tho sulphmous smoke of gunpowder and heard tho weird whistle of tho minlcball, met at 901 Pennsylvania ave nue last ovening to nuango tho preliml. nai ies f or being mustered into tho Union Veterans' Legion. Tho mustering in piocess will bo accomplished by Junior Vice National Commander James S. Smythc. Tho membeiship will bo com posed cntiicly of old soldiers who wore discharged beforo tbeir two yeaib' term expired on account or wounds received In action. , Strawberry Ten To-Nlght. A delightful springtime strawbsrry tea will be given this evening from 7 to 10 o'clock at the Hointenpathlc Frco Dispensary, 81G G Ureet northwest These teas aro immensely popular add enjoyable. The party this evening should be well attended. Admission, Including refreshments, has been placed at tho low flgurs of twenty live cgnts, Nir bleeping Cars to 81, r.oula, Pullman Iluffct Sleeping Cars now run through to St. 1-ouls, via Cincinnati, ou tho llaltlmoru and Ohio Vcstihulo Limited, leaving lialtlmoro dally ata.30 p. in., Wash ington at :i:!i0 p. in., arriving Bt. Louis noxt ultcruoou at (1:15, A similar service is maintained on tho IS. &. O Express leaving Ualtlmoio dally at 10:iO p, in,, Washington 11:20 p,.ia., arriving Bt. Louis tho second morning at 7:15. llecepllou at the Metropolitan Club, About 1,000 Invitations havo been is sued by tho Metropolitan Club for a full diess Tcccptlon to night, on tho oc casion of tho opening ot tho new addi tion to tho club-house. Always in Ihe front ranUs iier'a Vicuna Cabinet Deer. Kobert- I'ort- jioNons to Tiir iikave, A Ilnnilaomo Tttbuto to Iho Memory of Olllciir Crlppln. A. N. Crlppln, tho bravo ofllccr whoso life was sacrificed last winter in his at tempt to arrest a colored murderer by the namo of Bush, is to havo a hand somo monument placed over his gravo in tho cemetery nt Drainsvlllo, Va., next week. Somo tlmo ago Major Moore appointed Lieutenants Amiss and Hcff ncr to select n sultablo monument. A. stono has just been completed at Ben ncr's marble-yard. It Is of Italian marblo, twelvo feet In height, with pro portionato base. On tlio main shaft Is tho Inscription: "Amerlcus N. Cripnln, horn Septem ber 10, 1853; died November C 1889," and on thobaso tho following: "Erected by his associates In the Metropolitan Police Department, District of Colum bio, to commemorate the noblo char acter and heroic conduct of tho de ceased, who was killed In dlschargo of duly whllo picservlnc tho majesty of the law." Thoso who destro to sco tho shaft will find it nt Benner's Marblo Yard. Frnnk Ward's Iletiellt Excursion, At tho Peterson Hotel, Twelfth street, last night, thero was a largely-attended meeting of tho friends of Frank 1C. Ward to take action in refcronco to a river excursion. William Dickson, presided, with Mr, J. C. McGinn as secretary. It was decided to havo tho excursion on tho evening of May 29, upon tho steamer Samuel J. Pcnlz. Tho following gentlemen compose, tho committee of arrangements: William Dickson, George J. Mueller, Kobert Callahan, L. O. Wood, M. G.McCor mlck, John Mahan, M. D. Jacobs, Mr, Itpdler, James Torrcus and Daniel O'Brien. Inoroaslnc Patriotism. It has been decided to hold a meeting of tho District Society, Sons of the American Revolution, on tho Fourth of July, for tho reception of new mem bers. An unusually largo number of applications for'incmbershIp havo been received. m "In days of old, when men wero bold," thoy gained courage by drinking Tortnor's Vienna uaoinei .ucor. Bermuda Bottled. You must pro to Ilcrinudn. If you do not I will not le responsi ble, for tlio consequences." But. doctor, I enn nrt'onl neither the tlmo nor the money." " Well, If that la Impossible, try OTT'S OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL. I Hiuiietlines call It Ucrmuda Bot tled, nnd ninny eases r COtMSURflPTBOPJ, Bivnchitis, Cough or Screiv Cold I have CUREII with It; nnd tlio advantage lx that the most hensl tlvc Btomnch ran talto It. Another thine; which, commends It Is the stlmuIatliiK properties oj the tly iiophosiihltcM which It contains. You will Had It lor sate ut our IlrinrclKt'rt but kco jmi prct the original SCOTT'M KJIULNION." SAVE MONEY AND INVEST IN A Return Premium Accumulative Bond, ISSUED BT THE MICHIGAN Life Insurance Co. Tho Company Raarantecs to pay nt death ot Insured tho face value of tho bond, and also to return all Installments paid up to that time Tho Uond provides for a payment In cash of Hefneo value and all accumulations TO TUB INSUltED IF HE LIVES. 'Iho following example of a llond, Issued at ago of 40, will Illustrate this plan of Insur ance: Tho annual premium at ago of 40 on a bond or 810,000, maturing In fif teen years, Is S 73.4 00 Total for fifteen yours 11,070 00 At maturity of tho Bond tho com pany wllf pay tho face value 10,000 00 -Amount of surplus predicted 5,510 00 Total Cnsh Value $15,fi40 OO Profit to Insured, besldtis Life Insurance $ 4,170 OO Bi'eciai.Aoi:t ani Solicitous Needed to rcpiesenttbo company, to present Its plans ot Insurance to citizens of Washington. Liberal contracts will bo mado with good men . Address or apply porsonallv to FRANK H. THOMAS, tJi:.vi:i:Ai, agent, 637 F STREET N. VT. mjeo.et ELYS Catarrh CHEW BALM HAY-FEVER EASY TO USE. A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is agreeable. I'rlco, W conts. at Drutralsts; by mall, registered, CO oents. ELY 11IIOTUBU3. C8 Warren st New York. Dr.HAY'S woHnFtnuiiL Ui-annt. Hc&tthlest. km Satisfactory HAIR PRESSIHOU n tats u urn. mm. uiuruiyrvmovesiiamiruiiaDaoiiui' IHliaiK. nillMITtirilWwIMKllllCAnk. hiiiiuntkum IUur10l'rillt.llll.mi andl IMtloUlUl, IIDKIMUIU, Boll bT all Pcaler la Toilet (loodt, or milled fr for GUo. by Vrfttianrjuppl7 Co Hu llraAAtvarp Hew KorU Grind, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES Special attention o( purohosera Ulnvltod to oar "NEW ABTIBTIO STYLES," Finished In designs ot "HIQUBST DECOllATIYB ABT." PIANOS FOn WENT. Second-band Pianos at AU Prloea, Wm. Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. v range FW80LSI0S1 TOre fov1 r Cat a o R.VM ri'nw wtjs as, h k A tLHh fHAYFEVERfli COLD vL &wm ijumviii. IW CBI A -AT- 924 SEVENTH STREET N, W. TO CONTINUE ron A FEW DAYS LONGER. This is a Bona-Fide Sal e of $200,000 Worth of FINECLOTHING Which Must Ho Sold to Satisfy tlio Demands of tuo Creditors. Every Gnrintnt Guaranteed tn bo Perfect In Stylo, Fit ncd Workmanship or MONLY HEPUNDED. NOTE PRICES AND COMPARE WITH THE PRICES YOU HAYE PAID ELSEWHERE. Men's Kvory-Day Pants. 50c: formorprlco, Si Men's Knock-About Vnnts, 81! former price, $2.50. Men's Ail-Wool l'ants. SJ; former prloo, 84.25. Men's Dress l'ants, 83.50; formor price, 87.00. Tallor-Mado l'ants at Half ITIco. Mon's Evorv-Day Suits, $2 50; former prlco, $0. Men's Ail-Wool Suits, 85; formor prlco, $11. Mon's Mack Choviot Snlts, 0.50; former prlco. S13. Mon's Mack Choviot Suits, $10; formor prlco, $' Men's lllack Prlnco Albert Suits, 810, former prlco, $a.'. Fine Black I'rlnco Albort and Cutaway Suits, silk-ltnod, nt loss than HALF ritlCE. Wo also havo Extra Largo Slzo Snlts, from 31 to 43 Inches Breast Moasuro. Boys' and Children's Suits and Pants at HALF PIUCE. Don't Miss Your Last Chance to Buj Flisl-Ctass Clothing at HALF NICE, CREDITORS' SALE, 924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets. WHAT A LITTLE CASH WILL BUY AT THE Great Syndicate Sale -OF- CLOTHING CORNER NINTH AND E STS. N. W. 813 will buy a Fino Black or Bluo Cork tcrow Suit, worth $20. 810 will buy a Fino Dress Suit, worth 818. $8.50, Splendid Black Choviot Suit. S7 buys a good All-wool Scotch Plaid Suit. $0, GenulnoBlue Flannel 8ult. S5 buys a Good Mixed Suit, Men's English Sorgo Suits, bluo and gray, J0.7B. i S2.75 bnys a Fine Boy's Suit, 13 to 18 years. S3.B0 buys a Nobby All-wool Casslmoro Suit S4 25 buys a FlnoDross Corkscrew Suit. 2.87 will huy Tlno Mon's Dross Pants. S1.02 buys All-wool Casslmoro Pants. $l.S7,8plendid Ilalrllno Pants. Children's Knoo Pants, 25c. Boys' Long Pants, 75o. Chlldion's Suits, 81.18. Children's Suits, all wool. $1.37. Children's Suits, lino quality, $2. S. T.. Cor. Dili ami II Hts. X. IV. Great Syndicate Clothing Co, ROBERT GURKE PRINTING, Paper Supplies and Stationery. BUSINESS OFFICE: 920 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON. D. C. OUR PHEH8ES aro of tho latest and most Improved stylo. Our assortment ot typo3 Is largo and wo aro continually adding to our ttock. MERCANTILE PRINTING. RECEIPTS, ENVELOPES, CATALOG UEd. STATEMENTS, CIRCULARS CA11DS, . BILL-HEADS, LETTER-HEADS, &o., &c, &c. In fact, everything that abuslness man needs. CnURCIIESAND SCHOOLS Will And nil the modern laces ot typo In our largo variety, sultablo for their stylo of work. Amusement Printing. Tickets. Programmes, Journals, Coupon Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers and Hangers. Law Printing. We would specially call attention lo our facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds, Bonds and Mortgages. Poster Printing. OUR POSTERroom is replete wlthavarloty ot ' largo" typo, suitable for this class of work. BOOKBINDING In all its hranohos. OUR BINDERY Is fitted with the latest ttyles of book-folding nnd wire stitching maahlnos nnd Is therefore capable ot competition with any of tho largo owYork housos, BEST OF WORK AT TOE LOWEST POSSI BLK PRICES. M'Glli & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 i: .Street Northwest. The Oldost Established Printing IIouso In Washington. FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. . A Special Lino of the Latest Novelties In Wedding Cards and Invitation Danoo Pro grammes, oto., with Envelopes to Match, Just received. LKHAI, WOltK A SPECIALTY And Evory Kind of Book Printing Ezeouted and at Lowest Rates, TELKrnONB CALL, 662-2. ) THE NATIONAL OF WASHINGTON. Chartered by Spoolal Act of Congress, JANUAHY 22, 1807. C7SFITKL. (200,000 FOR THE SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNDER GUARANTEE, AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS BURGLAR AND FIRE-PROOF VAULTS, Contalnod In Its FIRE-PROOF BUILDING, N.E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave. OPPOSITE U. S. TREASURY. OFFICE HOURS. 0 A.M. TO 4 P. M. PABST BREWING GO., Formerly tbo Phil. Dost Browing Co., Manufacturers of BLUE RIBBON, BOHEMIAN . AND SELECT LAGER BEER AND THE "BEST" TONIC. Espoclolly-Good for Family Uso. Beneficial or Weak and Debilitated Persons. R.S.WIDDICOMBE MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCn, 701 and 705 North Capitol Stroot. Telephone 273. ap3 USE CERES. STERLING. M1NNEOLA, GOLDEN HILL , DrTLOTTR And yon will always bavo beautiful Bread. Rolls and Biscuits. Wbolesalo Depot, oor ner First street and Indiana avonue. WM. M. QAVr & OO. UOTEI.H A.NU JtKNTAUIlA.NXS. NEW YORK BUFFET, 405 TENTH STREET N. W. Bost and Purest Llqusrs In the city. Im ported Cigars. JAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor. feiff-nn mllK K1111ITT. WASHINGTON, D. 0 Army and Navy Headquarters, Four Iron Fire Esoapc3. TERMS S3. oo and 11.00 Per Day. mHB KORMANDIE. Corner 15th and I streata northwest, Opposite MoFhsrson Square. U.U. OAKB. Proprietor. WILLARD HOTEL, VASniNQTON, D. 0. O. U. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Is, House, Proprietor. s T. JAMES 1IOTKI EUROPEAN PLAN, HIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.. h. WOODBURY. Proprietor. JAMES H. McOILL. DEALER IN BUILDING SUPPLIES, 003 to OU Q Btreet northwest, Portland Cement, Rosendale Coment, King's Windsor Ccmont-full cargoes nrrlv. lng frosh every wook. Rolled Iron Boams and general building Iron work. Enameled Bricks, Fire llrleks, Firo Clay. Pulp Mortar Black. Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Pol ished Plate aiass. Estimates for Window Glass. Plato Glass, Iron Work and othor Building Supplies made at all timos promptly. JAMBS II. MuGILL, apl7-!m 90S to 9U Q Bt. n W. TOBS ill SafeDepositCo. iCEREsMjJ VEERH0FF ART-DEALER- Main Store, 916 7th St. Branches, 1221 Pa..Ave. and 41 1 7th St. GOOD BOARDS, $1.15, - 3FET Sixth St. and New The Celebrated North Carolina Boards -AT $1.15 Per - OR $11,50 Per 1,000 Peet This Is tUn Lowest Price Good Lumber liaa over reached, as all old builders will know at once. LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLEER DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK. . jjjy"'-''"'";;;"";;"'"1 J,.!,l &4i m M IHB . K k m 12 H Kl fK aPM!i liug (n.EGISTRED A Full NATIVE WINES Always We Call Special Attention to Our OLD PREMIUM PORT. This Wine Has Taken the Premium at All California Eihlblts for Years. Secure a Quantity of It Now. ALSO A SMALL STOCK OF- BRANDY OF 1881. For Standard Quality of Our Wines We Refer to Our Customers. POHNDORFF&CO., 614 Fourteenth VATITS, (OftHEIt 27th AND K STREETS. QRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS, Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50, HAKE TEA OR COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SHLB BY THB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y, 413 Tenth Street Northwest; frisPffcS-V"UffI'lLTHy T","W,1i M r"" NEE5SI?ftSfrlh BUT TOTO TRTJIKS AUD IAMESS 425 BovonUi Bt. N. W., - York Aye. N. "W. 100 Feet, - ;- TRADE MARKJ Stock of. AND BRANDIES on Hand. Street N. W. fe27,-l&3 IN 10 OR 19 MIN01ES, -AT- next to Odd-Fcllowa" Hall. KAIE.UOADS. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Doublo Trnok. Splendid Sconery, Stool Halls. Mngnlflcont Equipment! In effect May 11, 1890. Trains lenvo Washington, from station, cor ner ol Sixth and II streets, as follows: Fon 1'iTTsnuno nnd tho Wost, ClilonKO Llmltol Kxptcss of Pullman Vcstlliulod Cars nt lo.toa m dally; Fan Lino, lo.co a m dnlly to Columbus nnd St. Louis, with Sloopln Cars from rittsburg to Columhus: dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Slcoplnir Car Altoona to Chicago, bt. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati Bxpicss, 8 30 p m dally. I'nrlor Car Washington to Hnrrlsburg, nnd SlcoplnR Cora llarrlsburg to 8t. Louis, Chi cago and Cincinnati, and Dining Car liar rlsburgto St. Louis. Wostcrn Jtxpross at 7.40 p in dally, with Sleoplng Cars washing tong to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting (miiyni iinmsuurK wmi uiruuKii nioepors for Loulsvlllo and Momphls. I'nciao Ex press, 10.00 p m dtlly.for Pittsburg and tho Wost, with through blcopcr to Pittsburg, nnd Pittsburg to Chicago. BALTIMOKK AND POTOMAC RA1LHOAP. Fon Kane, Canandalgua, Ilochcstor and Ni agara Falls dally, oxcopt Sunday, 8.10 a m. Fon KniK, Canandalgua and Moohostor dally; for Ilnffalo nnd Niagara dally, oxcopt Sat urday, 10.00 p m, with 8looplng Car Wash ington to Ilochcstor. Fon WiLLiAjtsronT, Lock Ilnvon and Klmlra, nt 10. W n m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Fon WitLiAMspont dally, 3.30p m. Foil PiiiLApELriiiA, Now York and tho East, 7.20. 9 00, 11.00 and 1140 a ra, 2.10, 3 15, 4.S0, B.40. 10.00 nnd n.so p m. On Sunday, 0.00. 11.40 am, 3.10, 3.15, 4 so, 10.00 and ll.ao pm. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0.40 a m dally, except Sunday, and 5.00 p ra dally, with Dining Car. Fon I'mi.ADF.LrniA only. Fast lxpros 8.10 a ro, week-days, and 4.00 pm dally. Express. Sunday only, 5.40 p m. Foil Boston without chango,31B pmovory a ay. Fon DnooKLTN, N. Y., all through trains oon neot at Jcrsoy City with boats of Drooklyn -Annex, affording dlroct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across Now Yoik City. Fon Atlantic Citv, 11 40 a m wcok-days, 11.20 pm dally. Fon IlALTinonE, 0.35, 7.80, 8.10. 0.00, 9,40, 10 00. 10 50, 11 00 and 11.40 a m, 12,03,3 10, 3.16, 3.30, i CO, i 20, 4.80, 6 00, 5.40, 0 00, 7.40, 10 00 and 11.20 p m. on Sunday. 0 00. 0.05, 10X0, 11.40 am, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30,4.00,4.20,5.00. 0.40,0.00, 7 40. 10 00 and 11.20 p m. Fon I'orE's Creek Line, 7.20 a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. For ANHAI-OLIS, 7.30 end 9.00a m, 12,03 and 4.20 p m dally, except Sunday, Sundays, 4.20 pro. WASHINGTON SOTJTIIEItN ItAILWAY. Indffcct Mat 11, 1800. Ton Alexandria, 4 80, 0.35, 7.45. 8.40, 0.45, 10.57 n in. 12.01 noon, 3 05. 8.80. 4 25, 4 55, 8 01, 8.02. lO.Opanill.aapm. On Sunday at 4.S0, 7.45. 9.45, 10 07, a m, 2.S0, 0.01, 8 02. nnd 10.05 pm. " Accommodation for QrANTico,7.45a tn and 4.65 p m w cek-days. 7.45 a m Sundays. For It in i mom) and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a m daily. Accommodation 4.55 pm wook days. Tiiain leavo Alexandria for Washington, 0.05 7.05. 8.C0, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m; 1.30, 3.00, 3.50, B 10, 0.05, 7.05, 9.20, 10.37 and 11 03 p m. On Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 5.10, 7.05. 7.39, 0.30, and 10.37 p m. Tlokots and Information at tho offlco. northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue., and nt tho station, whero orders can bo left for tho checking of baggngo to destination from hotels and resi dences. J. It. WOOD. General Pastenger Agent. . CI1AS. E. ruan, General Manager. Baltimore and Oliio Railroad. Schedule In Effect May 11, 1890. Leavo Washington from station corner of Now Jcrsoy avenue and C streot. Fon Ciiicaoo and" Northwest, Vestlbulcd Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 9.30 pm. For Cincinnati, St. I.ouls and Indianapolis, express dally, 3.!J0and 11.30 p m. For PiiTsnuiio and Cleveland, express dally 9.30 a. m and 8.40 p m. Ton Lkxinoton and points In tho Shenan doah Valley, 11.30 a in. Fon Winchester and way Stations t5 30 pm. Fon Lchav 8.40 p m. Fon Baltimore, week days. 4 0,1 BOO, 0.35. 7.20, 7.30, 8.00, 8 30, 9 3u (11.00, 12.00, 45 niln utos) a m, 12.10. 2.15. 2 00, (45 minutes) 3 15, (45 minutes) 3 25. 4 20, 4.80, 4.8J. 4.00. 0.30 0.00, 0.15. 0 20, 7.K0. 8.31, 9.00, 10.30, and 11.00 pm. Sundays 4 05. 7.20, 7 80, 8.30, 0.80 a m., (12 CO, 45-mlnutcs) 1.10, 2.15, 2.59, (4VmIuutos) 3 23, 4.80, 4 3.', 4.(0. (45 mlnutos) COO, 0.15, 0 20, 7.S0, 8 35, 10.30, 11.(0 pm. For Wat bTATioNa hetween Washington and J altlmoro, 6.00, 0 35.8.30 a m, 18 10,3 33, 4 3J. 0 20, 11.00 p m, Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.10. 3 23, 4 32, 0.2), 11.00 p. m. Trains LEAE Daltuioie for Washington, week iluyc 5.0P, (ISO, 0.30, 7 15, 7 20,8 00, 8 30, 8 35. 9 30 and 10 20, 10 85 a m: 13.10, 1. 00 2.10, 2 30, 2 00. 4 15, 5 CO, 0 00, 0 20, 7.00 7.8o! 8 20, 8 30, 0 00. 10.10. 10.20 and 1100 p m. fcundays, 0 30, 7.15,8 3C8 55.9 80,10 30,10 35 a m; 1.00, 1 05, 3.10, 2 30, -U5, 5 00. 0.20, 7.00, 7.30, 8 20, 8 30, 10.10, 10.30 and 11.00 pm. Fon Annai'Ous, o 35 and 8 30 am, 12 10 und 4 to p m. Sundays, 8.80 a m, 4.33 p m. Leavo Annapolis 0.40, 8.30 a m, 12 05, 3.00 pm. Sundays. 8 SO am, 4 00 nm. Tor stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, t0.30, fc8.30 a m, 81.15 p in For principal stations only, tl0.40 a in., 1 1 30and ts 30 p m. Fon IlociiMLLB and Way wtations. t4.35p m. Ton aAiTHERSBUiui and Intermediate points, ww, 8ivw, ru.w u XII, Tl.W, TJW, -O.OO, t9.45,S10 00.tll00pm. FoRBovu'snnd lntormedlato stations, 7.00 pn. Church train leaves Washington on Sunday at l.i; p in. stoprlng at alL stations on Jlet- ropolitan Branch. Fort Frederick to 30 18. SO, 0 30, fll.30a m, il.10.t3 30, tl 30 pm. ' For IlAaEiiSTOWN, tll.10 n m and 5 SO p m. Trains airlvo from Chicago dally at 11.43 a m and 4 10 pm: from Cincinnati and St. Louis daily 3 00 a m and 2 03 pm; from Pittsburg 7.10 a m, 5 CO p m dally. NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fon Nlw York, Trenton, Nowark, and Eliza beth, N. J 1 P5, t8.(0, 10 00. 13.00a, m., 2.50, 4.t0and 10.S0 p. m. DutTot Parlor Cars on a'l day trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10 SO p. m , open at 9 CO p m For PniLADFLPiiiA, 105, t8.ne, 10.00, U.OO noon, 2 00; 4.50, 015 and 10.30 p. ra. For Newark, Dei.. Wilmington and Choster, 4 05. t8 OOa.m. 1200noon, .B0,1.50, a.l3 and 10.80p. m. For. iNTEiiMFinATK point between Baltimore and Philadelphia, t5.odardS7 20a.m,tlJ 10, 4.B0p. ra. Ttains leaio Now York for Washington, 9 00. til 30 a m. 2.C0, 3.20, 3 CO p m. and 12.15 night. Trains love Plilladolphla for Washington, t.24, 8.16, '10.15, 11.S5 a m, tl.10 .MSI, 5.55. 7.t2 p ra Ton Atlantic Citt, 105 a m and 12.C0m. tExtopt Sunday. Ddlly. Sunday only. Baggago called for and chocLed from hotoli nnd residences uy Union Transfer Co. on orders lelt at ticket ofllocs, U19 and 1351 Pa. ave. ond at depot. J. T. ODKLL, CHAS. O. SCULL. Gen. Managor. Gen. Pass. Ag't. CliBsapaafco and Ohio Railway. tSohedulo In ottcot March S. 1890. ROUTE Trains leavo Union Donot. blxth and B streets. 10:57 a m for Newport News, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrrfvo In Old I'olut at 0:10 p in. and Norfolk at 0:40 p in. 11:24 a m Cincinnati Expross, daily, for stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentuoky and Cincinnati. Vestibule sloepors through without change to Cincinnati, arriving at7:J5 a m. 11:10 pm-F. F. V.VestlbuloLlmited.dally, solid trains with dining cars run through without chango to Cincinnati. Vestlbulo Blooper for Lexington and Loulsvlllo. Pull man cats aro open to receive passengers at 8.10 p.m. Oihie, 513 Pennsylvania avonuo. II. W. EULLEK, Gen. Pass. Agent. JUKVIOAZ,. A PfillTIUF ForlOSTorFAILINO MANnOOD; ft rUOl IIVC aenoral and NERVOUS DEBILITY; fITTT? "V Weknet of Body and Mind: Effect! V J AliJJ ofErrorsorEicesacjlaOldorYounf. Kobuit, Nolil HAMIOOII rtillv llcitnrrd. How lo (.nUnr i4 BlrfnthenH"AK,UllKyiCU)f 1 II nlllltltf) WIlTSoOIOBV. AUolut.lr imf.llloj HOSK TUtAlMLM llfurOU la B df. nfaltbtirjr rrom47 SUlei, Trrrltorlei. BiidorrlKaCoDnlrlMk loarftn wrlttlbfn, llooh. fullfinlinillon, and itroofa maU4 tclU tnu Addrcii ERIE MtfllCAL CO.. BUHAtO, H, I t nrcarnoB Ana falir dorse lilr O m the onlJ 'f!nrIii H anprtfla Inr thn certain Card ft TO ft Dl.TB.lS nt till fllRAftNn. Qurutwd DCl MH n lr TNflli A ir Af f. TV.. pwBtrtotBr. 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