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THE DAILY CllITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1890.
The Daily Critic CITY MVISOlAba. Ttaby Carriage mid Itefrtcertster, ItTlnr had a great ran on tlxwfc Y rjrr nlt f -ven plecea. we tirrn out attewlon I. NhT rirThm and Ttt(tTtrtr. JtT win want thess, and no fanjiiy shoM, fo-a mlnnte, be wtthont them Tho stock we dts rlay rmhrace the SewST tvlS, the best msliesand the lowest rtce. Tit) Wlrlti nfnnr credit srstem are always at thedfS pnl of onr cnsfomers Tmtefore, nrlnr xthnt rwney yno have arid Itaf whstfon wnf Thsf Is toe rule at Snm' rami t ure, Carpet rt Store Stores at W and M! Tin -tree! nrrtnwesl Ilnnghten Vo.'t V npreeedented In ducement. T hf ' heapejt yet .titt reed their bargain i '-u unr 1 oak bureau. 1 bd stead, lwh f 1 r'r of feather rsllows, 1 ettralarass ik tshle, e fine iwl chairs, t wire mattress - nu.cs .ervleeah! and desirable article, ii r'nl r cry day. for the small mm of $33 flJ Aisln tnev wet a chairs and a sis fott et tension table for the sarprMng and nnprwc dented price of SWTO And seisin, on yon m are tb small nun of Hr If no, see oar 7 t Vm em rtmlne room nlte It Is a i1aly, and i i e r 1" almost nominal. W. 11 tlnranTW Co mn Aiwrm s w The National 8afe Deposit Company, Cor. lath St. anil N. V. Avenue, Storage for StlverwneB, Jewelry, Laos. Fine Good and TatnabnM of all Mnds. Charges nmterate. Safe ilepeeft bores fer retit at the Terr lowest rate Anlienser-tlit.eli. New Hatik, Deetmbei la, !. ibH Anhenser-Dtrseh DrewlmT AasoetaMOfi, St Louts, Me.t tloBtlemenThe tatnffo of Futtst Deer lately received frem ra tor analyst's ha) la 100 parte bj weight the feUewto eoraptwl tlon: Total solid extract.... 8J90 Alcohol SM9 Carbonic aeld eas . Water.. SM 100000 Systematic search has failed to show the presencoof anr adulterant, ami tlieeowpo eUlonls rerj similar to that of tlio Doit Deer of Munich and Vienna. Youra, eto . 8. W. JoiiNsoa, lro(es90r of Chonilstry. Yalo Coll see. Waahtiurton Branch: rir atrcet and Vlrctnla RTonno sonthweit, FRANK SCnWAHZ, Jlanajor. Thooc. JTM. Hprlne I.nmb. For iprlnu lamb and Waj hlnctnn itrood o)f no to J. H. Kcllr, Math utrgyt wlnsr, Centre Market, and N. I. Market, Fifth and K stroeti. The Treactierona llanana I'eel, It la the gunornl opinion that the habit of throwing banana peels on tho side walk should bo mndo n ponal offense Lust nlj;ht. white walking down Penn sylvania avenue near Twulfth street, Mr William Murphy slipped on one of the tri'itthcrous pceh and foil heavily to the pavement, cutting a long gnli in Mi forehead. lie was taken to th; Emergency Hospital, where the wo.ind was towed up by I'r Mlddleton Thi authorities of New York city hav-i Huurcd up that within one yoir ninety four ncclilcnts were caused by banan t ttcls. twenty three of which resulted in broken limbs. This vicious habit should certainly bo remedied by law. 1 he Cair AcHltut Mull Nolle 1'roiteil, K. L Stull, the young man who ha luen dolnc nn intensive bogus check biHlncsi, had a hearing yesterday after noon. A number of vsltneeses gave evidence, including the cashiers tit the Kcond National Hank and Lewis Johnson & Co's. Hank. At the former bank, In Hhlcli St nil had not u runt ale jiocflcd, ovt-r 100 checks, bearln; hU iinmc, had been presented for payment, but not honored. At Lewis Johnson &. Co's. Batik the same practice had been HHrted to, In order to obtain money, and Ihe general icstlmnny against the defendant was of a damaging character District Attorney Amies, however, had to hMU i-rot Ihe cae llrcuratluu liny l!veul. In addition to the many other events en Decoration day (here will be a Con pusnional excursion to Gettysburg, which will leave the IUItlmnre x Potomac Hallroad depot at 0 o'clock a. in arriving at Outtysbu about noou. Another event will bo the pllirlmige of the lau Invlneibles of Ualtltnore, t' the Soldiers' Home Cemetery In this city, mbcie the will decorate the tomb of (JcrHral Loean and aftfrwards call en his widow at Calumet Place. A f,o,noo Fire An AMOciated I'ruM dUMtch to The C ltlTU yostetday stated that the bulUl Ings and stock of the Baaiier Hrewiau Company of CisciBBati hail beet dam aged ty tiro to the extent of W,0OJ Sir Hearv lUuh of 4W Tenth street, the WashlaatoH ami New York maaa Ker. received a teiegram this Htoralag Iroi the euMpaay staiiBK that the Iom would itach i 80.000, fully eovcred by iBSuraaee. A War ltalle IturneU. (ae of the oil magariae bwUtliBgs i car the workhouMi was (Mitially tie tlr)tj bj' Use eiefday aftanwoM. be twice y and i o'etoek, ad a lot of hay tlored there destroyed. Tins loss u phu.ed at (SOt. WUht ibiigte tfames C'hark Kefe of Eaguw So 3 (Mioe ear befaHC sulCotatol by th eauLe. or 8leploc Uar to b. kauW. VullaMn VHSet ttleertay Ou$ aow tttu thronieh toSt. UMita. ru CtiMtaatti, am lb UaitUBtxre asd OWu VerfiUiU Uatitad, tcaviuc Balliauve daiiy at 4.30 p. at, Wwh lutoo at 3 Jtt y. at-, wrivtag as. Uaiis aaxt afteroowB at I.4S. X stssHar tetnrlee is mtioiMtMoA uiUill.0 Csfteas Uaviuf VaJtuDoie tlalijr at i&.m . at., WaamlBftua 1! oOu uj , rrlviaj t. Luuia the secuad mun&g at 7.13. A "w Cuuiubv iBMin'arHted. CertticatKS of iacoraoratiam kv bea nkd for Use Couuucrciai Ktre Iasuraace C'osBBivay. JHiul stock $1M.iMb. Mer .hnu ami Nccauuak' Heal EaUie In vi.Biau.-at Cussukae.TW; Drtviax Club ut Wathtngtua, tjae rsHVu deaouii aatiioa kaowa as tit Sdsewry Talmud Tkry aad the Veioti PWaeuxe Club UtiU l SH Fanrtaln. The Katiuoal Feadaaea gave aa ex Libitioa drill last aJhrbt at uVeir armory ovtr ih L istM MailMtt There wa a lasge eateiulaau: Tki yeatiUe wl 1 t uMtnte fur the f 1 800 prize at the Kooms t U) Milrujry Bcuaunb la June ueat last BnaVnTflaftaVanl AeLanSanannnnaMBVt. On Muam ui the dedtcatioa el tat tier nld nU.iiUuu.ol at Clef Ua4. (Uuo, Frhl) , U tt. the Kakuaufc Obkt Railroad will euil twuMt-ti tp Ih-VeU iaajf 8b, guml goitu -1Mb and 3Uth, asd Koud W returo uniil Juw 1, a the rate of t 5 tor tae rouud trip TkkuU oa aele l wlv and Hal rVu, Waaia at onun and its to 4kio( lfnaiewiin Ahr uMe4 iHi-rt Aahex. the p"linqn .ur-'l wins aatoakatkio ha haes dUwuaud ftosa ta fviu; Thu u Is awocdaOL. vita tM tantaf ul law fintl kwasd taj- weeks ia iti Ii awl of Uf; CtMajaBaMftntt. ftaak. Ward uauUy buugat a Juacs Xuu hu en. ku the eatmeion hU.t 9. AMUSEMENTS. ItiWi Mnere'a lltrtliday. Totlsy hi ttw dnnlTensre of lire Wfth of Tom Stow. 1h sreat Irish hartl, whose stirring And rmtriotte rem c 1 likntcrt to Htetury cretirlelty. The (tcaMon will be smphaalml this cven ioR at the Xattomtl Theatre by trw In iiodncthm rf his wul irrlne hallitrl, Belhjre me If Ml those endearing voting eWmrt." It will be rendered by Iftynton Moore, the svreet rolcctl let)t I'tlmtwe stwl Wt's Minstrels. The minstrels will give nn ctrs mstl nee Decorslfon Day. Kernan'ft Thentre. The Tlslrss' Grand OomWnstlon of Xorellles will make Its first appe trance at this cool and delightful retreat nett week, beginning Monday night. One of tbejpenlest features m the season U the 11a ras, from Ihe Arena, Mmlrld. Spain. These wonilerfttl artlsta prorexl the relenlns sensallon of Ktirope, and are calculated to make m great a hit here. Fannie lleane Olhlay, Sam Ori lins, Fatrrhitd and Iilrlngston. and many other artists of equal merit are with the show. This week Domlnlck McCaffrey ami his great company have been meeting with a most cordial reception. The sparrlnt contests draw crowded houses every nlRht To nlclit there will lie a fitat wrestling bout between .lack Hart, the champion middleweight wrestler of Pennsylvania, and Wilson, Ihe local aspirant, who Is hacked by Wendell's Urewory. There will be an extra matinee on Friday, Decoration D.y. PONTIAG'S CRAYE. All Indian lVlion Name Wm a Sn- onjm for Crueltjr, Vem th Chimin Tribute. Ill a few days the old building nou the comer of Fourth and Walnut strcols, St. Louis, which marks the spot where Pontlac, the great Ottawa chief, was burled, will bo torn down to make room for a moro modern and commodious structure, rosdblytbc excavators may unearth some of the bones of the war- lor, whoso very name a little over a century ago made tho red coals tremble. Tho story of the closing dsys of Pon tic's career is n sad one. In the sum mer of 1709 Pontlac arrived In St. Louis to visit his friend and old acquaintance, St. Angc do Bellcrlvc, then Acting Gov ernor of Northern Louisiana. Tho fame of Pontlac at the tlmo was as widespread as that of Grant or Sherman in these days. From the Mis sissippi to tho Atlantic, and, Indeed, throughout all Europe his name was synonym for snvage courage and cruelly. Ills deeds had terrorized tho Lncllah and delighted tho French. Among tho Indians ho had been looked upon as the one who was to relieve them from the oppression of tho whites and testorc their condition to Its original simplicity and security. He had formed Ihe errnt confederation of many dllTer ort ttlbcs. dwelling hundreds of mltos apart, occupying the country between the Mississippi and the Alloslianoy, the Ohio ntul the great lakes, to resist the jiowrrBudencroacbmontof tho English. He had won the friendship and conft dence of tho chivalrous Montcalm nt Quebec; had distinguished himself In the ambuscado and dofcat of General Ilraddock, had planned tho massacre at Micklllmscklnac, had matured tho plan and appointed tho tlmo for attacking the forts and settlements of tho English pioneers, by whkh moro than 3,000 of them lost their lives, and hud only been prevented from cupturlnj; Detroit by thu treachery of an Indian girl. These exploits had cast n clamour of romance about his name and excited In the people of St. Louis the most Intense desire to behold the great chloftain. St. Angc de llellcrive cave him a most cordial reception at his own quarters In the house of 31. Chouteau, and he was feted and caressed by the principal in habitants of the village. About this lime, huwuver, It became evident that the plana of Pontlac, although promls Ing in their Inception and aided by one of the greatest nations in Europe, had all failed. His Indian allies had all forsaken him, and his best friends among the French had persuaded him to sue tor peace. I'rustieu uy dtaap potnlment, the chief sought relief for his sorrows In the flowing bowl. Ills life during the few months he lived la St. Louis was one continuous Inglorious debauch. The great Pontlac bad fallen to rise no more. Kirurilon tu Ueltjtuurcflu Decoration Day via Ihe I'eunijlvanla Uallroad. The I'euiujlvanU Railroad will ruu an excurklos to Gettysburg, fa., on Deeora llou Uay, May HO. Special train to leave ti. apd I'. ttattea, Sixth street, at 7 a. ia., rescbiug Utftyefeurg at 10:5! a. m , and r luruluff, leave Uettysburc at 0:17 p. m., reaching aUlutou at 10 p. m , allowing wtiu boure to vieit the nuuy poiuU of In terest ou the battUfleU. Tickets for this excuraitw will b sold at the low rata of 1 50. The train will run via Fulton Juae tton and tbe Western MwvUwl Railroad In bb dUeetioM. TUU route through tbe wild and picturesque scenery of tbe Hlue Kfcige Mount alms present many attraction to a iMftun dfccJr lag to take a ileaaut bull day trip. At (iettyeburg beautiful woau luebl mark all tbe prowlueut point of In terest. The tieofile of Washington should nut felt to use advantage of thi low late In vUlt tae faHums twUieaeld and obtain a del' ideeiiue at Uiekt cut. The entire traui Will U run through frutu W aaufutua aad no change at ears is aeceasary The Pielure Aecepted. The S. M CuUoa Xatioaal Itepubll eaa Aiaodatinsi. at thesr Bleating last aljrJet at aaadquMtats ia the Itobbtas Bviidiac. iath aad F strents aorth went, fOMtaliy aecaoted a kaadsoase aictuM c-f lite Seaalof after whom th aaancfatioai hi aansed. Tha gift was fsoam lis Steaator aad the alegaatiy f rawed work, of arthasheea hutuc k the invoat etMepicuous obw U the room. ullcaerattaa Day." Thetrawrford aaoe atote wiU be ctosad 1 1 any. opes IVuraoay ulght until 11 '(.lock. The Ckiukoui. suoc broac wiU be Uokcd the tuiire Jay trula May 30 Tu aLcuauuudatc uur yiatrunc we shall r,. tuaiu vpen until Uuiiwt IhursJay uighc. ;CTT Of Pure Cad Liver OH with Jlyphosphites ." Of Lime and Soda. 3Tanw eure ew.Mb.uu ujiI muI urn, waeT Hurt it utiU rnmch aLuu u.,1 vik safitra naindnrreiatte j cn.. lij uj eteyaritl ww tmMufctrt rtutKut reanaii(- dMr cea Leer tilaiii, tuttt jglmmtti twmMimVmnucln. v j' MmMhOm afflUK SOU WtZj I SI Ca XiTCet Oii, tamitdmrd yti:U ItMi . sMtra it atmmtt as pnlml-H-- it .'t mr thX. rauuti ms trrll .j r ; ,tt e iiiHuiuttHa aumiltut ?f the Uj& aheajrf". 4. tttt&deb l riwaay ifrt- OOSfUMPTIOK, nature . j.. mjuxmutm mu i aeH it. an ee mum BBasaMSaBSsama I mi mm THE tIFF IN A OtASS. It nae Wot Seem t lie Yerr Stneh, lint It IS Otten Knoatli to be tlio licclnnlnic of Iienttu OM yon Tet hoht a glass of drtnktne: wshsr np to the IhjrM snJ iwtlee how coift preteiy mied It wss with mtle partrrles of matter' It looked perfectly clear ami pre when yon ponred It out, hnt yet It was reeking wnh anlmsl or regetabte mattw. I'm jwf imscint it csn be he I thy Do yon wonder why, tn a mtle whtre, yrnir month tastes bad, Tonr appetite Is pww and yon feel a Miteral dlHrnst with the world' But K water Is o tmpwrs wbst shall we do tMt It No, that may kill the germs but does net remote them, a far Better way Is to nte pnre whiskey with It. The best physicians In America inhwttHas;ly declare this now, bnt and bear this most earefmly In mind It most be i"rr whtskey, for Impnre whlskeT Is worse than Impure water. lectors, chemist, scientists and pro fessors are now fully ajrreol that no whisker ticed In America lo-tlay Is so chemically inr or free from fnsel oil ImfTr's Ture Malt It has successfully w!thMioil the enmity of All other wtil'kle. the nrejndrce of weak mlmlcd ami the btiotry of narrow hiindeil people Why ltecanse It has timdnteil results, restoreil ttenltli, pm fopred bfe. anakenetl the lanlng faculties anrconnteracteil Ihe evil elfectsof pfflson ons water. Indeed, It Is a puns, medWiwI whiskey. Do not, howeTer, allow any un Krnmiions dealer to impose niton von ov declaring he has some cowoethm of Iris oin that l "Jt as Rood," or some bottled whhkcy that Is "mtieli better." It Is the very popularity of llulTy's l'ure .Malt that lifts caused these itnnortliy deeoetloiB to come Into the msrket. A Chinaman Fined, Late yesterday afternoon the case of Btng I.unp Pin?, the Chinaman chnrged with kccplnp a disorderly house, on Four and n half slrect, between Penn sylvania nml Missouri avenues, was heard before .fudge Miller. The evi dence was conclusive that the Mon golian Inhabitants of Washington wero hi the lmblt of congregating there and playing "fan-tan" and other Ramcs all nlcht, more particularly on Salurdnys and Similars. Sing had to pay a $20 line. "I'.arlyto bed and early to rlc Makc a mail healthy, wealthy and wine." ays the oldcn-llmc nuncry rhyme, but we think that 'Knrlv todrlnk from tbe fountain ot health, Will tiring liotb the wisdom and much- longed for wealth," and that fountain Is to be found In Dr. Tierce' floldcn Medical Discovery, tbe world-famed remedy far Impurities of the blood. It cures Scrofulous Sores and Swellings, Sklu and Hcalp diseases, Tetter, italt-rbeum and all blood-taints. The Sew Htnmp. fietn tht llmtnn 7Vxf. The new two cent stamp has bcon re touched. The gory Ink In which it Is printed Is now applied moro sparingly, and It shows n less tendency to tear, proving that a better qualltr of paper Is now used than at first. It rctlcots no particular credit upon any one, even ai amended, but It wilt do. Unique anil l'rlcetena, Vorn tht Spttiator. The mass of good poetry, for exam ple, may be so overwhelming that Fit gcrald's "Omar Khayyam," a little volume In Its way unique and priceless, may be as If neither tho Persian Sufce nor his English adorer had over set foot on eattli. Somebody will feet a pleasant ride and alto a gold watch chain and dlamoad locket on Slay Mi Ward excursion benefit. BRIGGS' T -FOK- SICK HEADACHE -IX ITS- Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms. TB6TIM0XIAL. L. It. linOWN, M. D., KiWMt Jersey st., Suzibith, N. J June 28, 16. I'M is to cettity that I have uied for some month with maeh satisfaction, the combina tion of remedies, for Headache, known as Krhns' tleadashe Troches. Tbe remedy antes more headaebes, especially sueb aiaf feot Kervoas Women, than aoythlaz I am aeqaalated with, aad It this ee'tifleate will be the mesas or bnafclag It So the favorable attention 'or safferers frem that triable, I shall feel that I have dene them a service. U. 1U BROWS. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by all Druggists or seat by Matt on Ke eelpt of hiH, BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZABETH. N. J. EXTRACT OF BEEF IsJCOMfAKABtK IK FLAVOR. V U tor Beei Tea, SoaM . St-ut (Otaw, nan, Jto ) Aac or Met Jcllv. One wound Eilract of Heat equal to forty nonads of lean bnef- .euttlue ouly wilU tUealffuature of 3. you I.iclili;. uakliouuuboiu. tu blue JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO WaMlaWBaUat aUMai HMftiS aAaXIM Itt M(id aid SeMfg's Cigek Cwl OFFiCS itu V ave iCotcoraa KuilOingJ YaJLD lor A at and 111 are TELKi-aONE OAks. 513. Yard. ' SI-a.lJ laXCSJ hTKfcUV. xmiuit. UQUk 4ld MB sdU UWM aas WW. U. (BXhT a 00, HEADACHE ROCHES Liebig COMPANY'S fcsjH UEIAT MITfllS' M T 924 SEVENTH STREET N, W. TO CDSTUtHK FOR A FEW DAYS LONGER. This is a Bona-Fide Sale of $200,000 Worth ot FINE CLOTHING "Which Must He Sold to Satisfy the Demands of the Creditors. limy Garment Guaranteed to ho Per fed in Style, Fit and Workmanship or MOKLY HEIUKDED. NOTE PRIGE8 AND COMPARE WITH THE PRICES YOU HAVE PAID ELSEWHERE, Men' Krery Hay Pant. 60o: former prlee,$l. Slen'Krmek-AIont rants, Sit former prlee, S9. ilea's All-Wool rants. W. former price, $l,. Men Uress Pant, S3 W; former price, J7.00. Talrer-Msdo Pant at Half Price Men' KTerr-DaT Hult.. $ M; former price, IS. Men's All-Wool Stilt, SB: former price, Jtt. Men's niaok ChcTlnt SnlU, Ifl .10: former mice, !. Men' Black Cheviot Suit. $10: former price. S. Men' Tllaok Prince Alhert Salt. !10, former prleo.WL Fine Black Prince Albert and Cutaway Suits, silk-lined, at te than HALF rltlCK. , ,, , ... ........ We aleo have Extra Large 81re Suit, from SI to43lnehct Brit Mcasnre, , k , . ..,, Boys' and Children's Suits and Pants at tlAbP EIU0B. Don't Miss Your Lasl Chance lo 8uy Flisl-C'ass Clolhlng at 1LF PRICE CREDITORS' SALE, 924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets. ENERGIZER MOMENTUM BENNING, D. C. THE BRANCH OFFICE OF THE American Energizer Manufacturing Company (t-IJVCITBD) IS REMOVED FftOlt THE WAVERXY HOt'SE TO 1416 F STREET, KELLOGG BUILDING. THE NATIONAL SafeDeoositCo OF lVASHINQTOS. r Chartered by Spcetal Act of Congress, JANtfAItY , 1347. cnpiTnu - aoo,ooo FOIl THE SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UUDEll OUAHANTEE. AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS UUnOIMt AND FIIlE-l'ltOOF VAULTa, Contataed la Its FIRE-TOOOF 11UII.DINO, N. E. Cor. 15th Street wd New York At. orrosiTE o. s. treasury, office nouns. 9 a. m. to 4 r . si. ROBERT CLARKE PRINTING, Pager Supplies and Stationery. BUSINESS OFFICE: 920 F STREET N.W., WASIHNOTOK, D. ft Ol'Jt FRB68E6 are of Ike latest aad aaaet llovi . jt. Oar aaMAUaastW sreas t larseaadwe are aaatiaaalty mUmie to ear vtoek. M EKCAXTILS FRINTINO, KBOE1PTS, EKYKUiFaa. OATAUOe4. &TATKM8NTC. rmcuLA, LAB8, WLL-HBAD. LBTTERHEABi aa., Xm &M. la laet.eyerytMag taata aiiiawaii mia nsnaa, CHUttCHBB ANOSOHOOLS WUltad lUUmwauw tap at tops taaar laraa vassasy , sawiaah tar taair iiyii of weefc Amusement Printing. WaPU.arasJa TrflHaTi MaW iTOaHTIaalal ftrtJ,lfc Law Printing. Weakt SBseaaMy aalt iaaUtiw for prinsbvc taw to aar Baaas. rnTflrSi aaa jLixsaaflas Poster Printing. oi'S POaTBH reoasu restota wttaa sanatr ot "Urae" tSM, aaHabla tut tala eatae ot work. tUMMMMSIMO iBaUlUbraaoiMM. pUKJUfc-MHttris wUa tae utass striaa or duo a nrfra kUtt hlar --. anj la tatato ot (vsaerttiB wlti say of xewTorx. aeniat UkT O WOatK AT TBS UWHT VOalf- xlm ri M'GILL & WALLACE, Printar, iir e Matt Siiimtmt- The uueat MaWi.saal Mattaf W la r vuuTlaa M 4MaMi IMVJffaJaM 9 T IMfeE UTaUttavr. A fawHitl Ubi of fete Lalttt MMiatBte kB Weaaiac Crafts M tt4X wsMMC A WaMKAAVWC AaaaxeaUaa 0 auoc Matta 1 nseil aaa at luvci Htt auumm c'au ws ENGINE WOKS PABST BREWING GO. Formerly tho Foil. Best UrcvrlagCo., Manulactarors ot BLUE RIBBON, BOHEMIAN AND SELECT LAGER BEER AND THE "BEST" TONIC. Breeially Good for Farallr Use. llonofiotQl or Weak and Debilitated Foreoas. R.S.WIDDIC0MBE JIANAOER WASHINGTON BRANCH, 704 ami Tee Nortu Capitol Street. Telephone an. a?9 SAVE MONEY AND INVEST IN A Return Premium Accumulative Bond, ISSUED II Y TUB MICHIGAN Life Insurance Co, Tbe Company truaraateee to pay at death of luaared tbe face value of the bond, and aUo to return all lattallBKBta paid np tu that lime ... ... Tbe Bond provides for a pajrwsot la etuh of It f aee value aad all accumulaltoa TO 1 HE IN6UK1D IF UK LI VBS. 1 be billowing exauuki of a Hoad, Ueuwl at a of te, will luiMtrate this ataa of laear aaie: 1 be aaaaal sreadaa at ae of W oa a bead of JWOe, matartatf In &t- teeoyeara. U S T 99 Total for fifteeo yearn 1IJJWW AtwatHiity of the Bosd the eoav lDTwUlpay tae faeevalae Mea W ABMtuut of Miroluj predieted SjlieW Total Ca.U Value . .113,3 11) OO t'roHt to In.uied, be.ldea Lire Iu.urance 1,170 00 SfttULAi.ivni.ko Soui.iToa XiuuMWta reofeMBi the komiMay, to peeMHit Ha caaas of luuraace to citbaiu of WaaMafUft Llbcral eoutracU Mill be awde wMh aMd awn . Aitiireaa or aopr imr.an.IlT to FRANK H.THOMAS, ciK.Mat.ii. AGivvr, BflBMH m V STUItBTK.W. ltuTxiji AXit MXJiTAattAirra. NEW YORK BUFFET, Set TmXTH SWtEET N. W. Best aad Pwiast Uaasas ha tbe assy. las. tasted OtoaM. . jjLiim a. ooerrsua. mUJS EBBITT. WASsBKOfOM. B. 0 Army aa4 Navy Headquarters. Fear iaoa Ise Bsaaaes. TfiMfe-3.00 aad SIJBO Far Day. rna K X4SS3UKMZ, Cbsajr 1Mb aad I ttieeti aaHairest,: 7UJLUU) SUNf-JO. U. HTAlXW.tata M 1 r. JA.MIV UOTBI BVittWSAM ftASf. sem mast anb knna. aysm L. WOQIMTOT. noartasor. Ora&d, Uproot aad Square PIAKOFORTES jaaasaJ atoaaoa ot pnreaasars lsutTUad to oax f!Siu?a4SaOf suxm ws ism gaaaaa-hiBl Waaas MAJlrani. Wk. !Kkabb 8s Go E .Bf EaVK I BI EBBk. aaaaan BBH P Aaav SS IBBBKi&wc Br CC KaaiVMBBBE - i V "rBB? BKBvVaIAk F tBii ncAiafi&u.l.f&aa iafHaf M3k Mmi Id zTrr::r f! w'SBBBTWftv jb . M T mmw . fakTl afmliJMimB NiTf tmnFM& M timmM ' -" " ' ' 1 E.. ur ww kafacls'- Kfif Xl araB' ar aHaaaV jiv jH BBaaaaPaaaB ESH H H H K6 afMml UEBWlBaEill Main Store, 916 7th Pa. Ave. and GOOD BOARDS, $1.15, "RT Sixth St. and :New The Celebrated North Carolina Boards - AT $1.15 PER 100 FEET, on $11.50 Thts Is tbe Lowest Price GooO Lumber lias ever reached, as all old builders will know at once. LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLEER DEALERS IH LUMBER AND MILL WORK. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $1.15 and $ 1 .50. MAKE TEA OR COFFEE IN 10 OR 15 UIH0TE3. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove ior summer use, as the In stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. l'OB SALK WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y, 413 Tenth Street Northwest: (REGISTERED A Full Stock of NATIVE WINES AND BRANDIES Always on Hand. We Call Special Attention to Our OLD PREMIUM PORT. This Wine Ha TaVea the Treadum at All California Exhibits for Years. Secure a Quantity of It Kew. ALSO A SMALL STOCK OF BRANDY OF 1881. For Standard Quality of Our Wines We Refer to Our Customers; !i POHNDORFF&GO., 614 Fourteenth Street N. W. VAULTS, COllNFK S7U AND U STUEETS. 1 aaiaaBaeSPnjaaapspZJ' i tI - Baw-y , g-"TTrROW AMD sc uajJseb! You CAHT l'W-a rlQtfmtmQ I i&BE?ME E I .... .. T, .. -er..k. nWiur s-oAia tmlv-rereiVVsBBBBBBTSk tjBUmaSTiT Htfni in IMA) inuttft arVic, iwm iww3aBpi ' BapBE bbK-&- ,gr n Hi in 1 affT'MM'';tt"lalM'ai""ii'jCM,''"'''"'w"M''a7nairt'' jKawvoN, . o. 1 yr7i SniS-T ""' " ' rt ' 'af:3ya3 iBMaaaa ut. soose, i JKt f v J"trHj' flf . fSbt-riir v MWU'litiS-i-i 1 $ ilv I j im pk ti .n .daaToi. B MKfai - tw ai I rJKEtfTT,r frr.TfTynl r "tjaaf fyafj j JHBt.aw4 . mkmk yW-W .MriTMiin-ilaTTiirlhBTT ' Iw 1 WKwhr WT - ?mttm lw BUY TOM TEMKS ASL IAEIBSS AT m iaseaUk St. K W . nett tu O0d Fdtow" SaU- St. Branches, 1221 41 1 7th St. - Yokk Ave. 1ST. AY. - PER 1,000 FEET. IIY TUB TRADE MARKj IeS7,dA ltAIl.nOAIS. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. DonMe Traek. SetondM Seenetr. Steel Kails. MaenHreetit gqntpmeat la effect Mat 11, ISM. Trains leave IV asMaaton, from station, cor ner of Slxlh and Hstreets, as follows: Fon fiTTrao and the Wet. CMeaeo Limited i;xpTes or muroan rannmwi van n 10 90 a in dally: Pat Line, tesfta m dallr to C'nlambas and St. Lmils, with Sleeptnx Car from ritttmre to Colnmbrrs; dallx, cxeert Satnrdar, to Chicago, irlth tleepInK far Altoona to Chleafo St.Lrrals.CMoaeo and Clntlnnatl Kxprs, S.30 p m dally, rsrlortar Washington to Harriabnrjr. and Bleenlnit isrs Ilsrrlsbnrrtoat. LooKChl tarn and Cincinnati, and 1)1 nine Car liar rlslnrgto St Lonls Western Stxjtnr, at 7.W p wi dslly, 'Wltli Sleeplar Car. Wa.hla tonir to CMcseoand St I on)., conncctlnit daily at HarrlstmreTrith tbronch Steepen for Lonlsrllle and Memphl. raelflo Bx pre, 10 00 p m il lly, for Pittsburg ami the wejt, with through Sleeper to Flttsbnrx, and nttsbnrfi to fblcairo nALTlMORK AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. FOrKa-je. Canandslpis, Rochester and Jft acara Falls daily, escert Snmlay.a 10 a m. Frrn KniE. Canandalrna and Rochester dally; for IlnrTalo and Niagara dally, except Sat tirday, loen p m. with Sleeplns tar Wash ington to Rochester Fort WtiitAroaT, Look Haven and Elmlra, at 1 '0 nmdMly, except Snntlay For Wii UASisronr dally, S 80n m. Foa rmunziJ-nis, Kew York and the Bast, T CO. 9 CO, 11.00 and 11 40 n m, 3.10, 3 IS, 4 J). S40. toco andll.SO p m On Sunday. 90), 11 40 a m, s to, s.15, 4 a), in oo and 11 w n m. Limited Exnrees of rnllman Farlor Car, 9.10 a m dally, except Sunday, and 5.00 p mdally. with Dlblng Car. In I'HiMnsuniA only. Fa.t Bxprei 8 to a ro, week day, and 4.00 pm dally. Expres, tnndayonly, 5 40 pm. FonllosTos wltbetit charge, 3 15 pm every oar. Fob nrooRi tn. N T all thronirli train, oon ncot at .trrser ritv with boats of Drooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton mrect, arolillnff double fcrrlairo across Now York t It y. Fon Atlaktio Citt, 11 40 a m 'Wcok-ilayj, HJMp mdally. Fon IlAi Tiwonr. CA T.S0, 8.10. 9 00 9,10, 10 0, 10 JO, 11 00 and 11.40 a m, ia.05,3 10, 3 1 3.). 4 CO, 4 SO, 4 SO, S.00, S 40. 0 00, 7 40, 10 00 ami 1I.S0 p m. On Sunday. 9 00, 9.0A, 10.30, 11.40 a m. 5.10. S.15, 3 30, 4.00, 4.30, 5 00. S.40, 0 00, 7 40. 10 00 and IIS) pm. Fon Ton's CnarK Lra, 7JM a m and 40 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AKNAroLrs, 7.90 and 0 00am, 19.0.1 and I M P m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 4 a) pm. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. In effect Mat tt, 1890. 1'on AlITAKDMA, 4 30, 0..11, 7.45, 8.40,9 4.1, IO.STh tn, 13.01 noon, 2 05. 3 JO. 4 AI, 4 55, 0 01, 8 11. 10 C5 and 11 .99 p m. on Sunday at 4 no, T.li, 9 45, 10 57, a m, 3.30,0 01, 8 03, and 10.03 pm. Arii-sixormioN ron (Jpantico,7.43b m and 4.NI p m week-day. 7.43 am Sundays. Ton llirimoauand tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a mi'ally. Accommodation 4.53 pm week Ia)s. TnAix. learo Alexandria for Washlnaton, 6.05 7 P5. 8 CO, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m! 1.S0, 3 00, 3JA 5.10, 0.00, 7.KJ, OJS), 10.37 and 11 OS p m tm Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 am; 3.00, 3.10, 7.05. 7.29, 9i, and 10.37 p m. Tickets and Information at tho oSlce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and l't-ncsjlvauln avenue, and nt tho station, Ythere orders con be left for tho checking of bBMsac to destination from hotels nnd roil' deuces. J. It. WOOD, General PastonRcr Ajront, CHAS. E, ITGII, General Kanimer. llalliniorc ami Ohio Hnilroail. Schedule In ErTect May 11, ISO). Lcsto Washlneton from station corner ot New Jiricy avenue and C street Fon Cmcaoo and Northwest, Vostlbulni IJmllcd express dally 1130 a m, express 9.30 p m. FontisciNXMr, St. Lonlsand Indlanapolli, cxyreas dally. iJ and 11 JO p in. For 1'iTT.Hir-oand Cleveland, express dilly 9.30 n m and H.40 p m. Fon LrxiKDTON and points In tlio Slienia doali Valley. 11 30 a m. Fon WiKcnrnTxn and way Stations Kl 30 p m. Kon Lurat s.40 p m. For llii.Tixoni, week days. 4 0 3 00, 8 Y, 7.V0, 7 30. N 00. 8 30, 9 30 (11.00, 13.00, 45 mln utetla m.lMO. 2.15. a 50, usmlnu'es) 31", OMnlnuto.) 3.30, 4 30. 4.30, 4.32.4 50, 5.30. 0 00, 0 IS. 0 SO. 7J0. 8 31. 0 V), 10.10. nnd 11 00 p m . Sundays 4 05. 7M. ".), 8 JO, 9.3) a m , (It CO, 43 minutes) 1.10,3.15,3.50.(1 minutest 3J3, 4.10, 4.3. 4 .t0, (ivmlnUtOO C00, 0,1"), 0 '. 7 JO, 8JS. 10JO. 11.10 p m. Fob Wai bTATioN. Ictween Washington and 1 altlmore, B JK. C.35.8. a m, 13 10,3 33, 4 W. o so, II oo p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.1). 33S.4.X 0.30, 11.00 p.m. TBAih. tiAva I)ALTioae for Washington wrek dayr, 3.0C, 00, a 30, 7 13, 730,8 0) asu.S.Si. 1)30 ami 10 ai, 10.35 am. ino, t.co 3 10, 3J0, 3 50. 4 15, S.C0, 0 00, 0 30. 7 00. 7 30. 8 90. HJO. 0 00. 10.10. 10.20 and It 00 n m Mimlays. 030,7 15.8 30.8 35. 9 30, 10 30, 10 Jl a m; 1 .00, 1 06, 3.10, 3 30. 4.1.1, s a), o so, 7 00, 7 JO. HJtO, 8.30, 10.10, 10 30 and 1 1 00 p m FonANMAi-OLit, OSS and 8 30 a m, 13 10 ant 4.X0 p m. Sundays, 8J0 a m, 4rw p m Ltare Annapolis 0.40,8.30 a m. 13 03, 3V pm. Suudays, 8 so a m, 1 00 n m. Foh srATioxs on the Jlotropolltan Dranch, tSJP. fH.so a m. I IS p tn For principal stations onlj.tio. Warn , tl S0and W pm. For Kockville and Way htatkms, tl33p m. I'uRtUnHBU.iiiiBu and Intermediate points, t.ro. jiooo. tiua a ra, tioo, tao, '5.3J, T.t8,)(10lw.lllX)pin. FoRlioiii'.and Intermediate stations, TOO PM. Chi sth train leaves Wasblagtoo on Sunlay at l.llpm.ktoptlnicataU stations oa Met ropolllsn Uranch Poi: 1 iiruiRitK ts)4.30, JO 30, til 30 a m, ji.ts. ts.ao.tr so pin. Fur Uaoerto k. 111.10 a m and ts.30 p m TiiAix arrive from Chicago dally at 11 45 am a ad 4 10 p in: from Cincinnati and St Lo Jb dolly 3 Wa m and 3(16 p m; f rom llttsburj 7.10 a m, & 50 p m dally NEW tOKK riHLADELl'IIIA DIVISION Foh Nlu Yosfc, Trenton, Newark, and S za beth, N. J , 4 CS, tbKl, 10 (O, li.00 a. m , 3 JO, 'IfOantl .W30 p. m Iluffet Far ? Cat oo all day train. SlMplng t'jroatlis 10 SS p. ra., open at 9 to p ui Fo l'HiLAi.Ki-ruu. 'lOS. ts.no, 10.00. !. noon. ' 50, 4 JO, S13 and 10.30 p m Fok Nswabk, Del WIIwIbIoo and t hiHt. . lia.ttMa.ra. liOQHOoo.'i.W , 50, j 1 1 awlW30p.ta. Fok iiiTiRMtixATi point, betwean Baltimore aad ltdl&delpbla,t5.00asdT30a.m.iI.'li), 4 JO p. m Ttai leave New York for Washing"''.. tW.tllMam, 3.oe, s 30, s.tM p m. aal rs.15 night. Tkaik la-ve I'hllidalpliU for Wahlngtoi l4. SlS.'ie.tS, UJ a m, tiw ,t . 5.55. 7.K p IB. Fob Atlantic Citt, IBS a waod li COm tExcept buaday 'liaily Sunday m.j Baggage ealwd for aad tibaeke.1 foil bateU jad reaideseas by Uaioa Transfer t . oaordr latt at ttaket oaW., 819 and I-. Pa ate swlatdaeot. J. T ODKLL. ' CHAS. O Wl LL. leu Mauager. Gtu Paw Aj( r 9k, Chesapsaice and Ohio Railway. ROUTE -" Marihi. 1S30 Traliu leavo Cntoo Depot. Sixth sal B atrevU 10 5? a m lor Nowport Newi O I Point t omiurt aad Norfolk dallr Arrr; .a 1 4 OU Point at S M y m. aad Norfolk at t w , a Urii a m Claouiaati Bxpnaa, duy ' '. kUtioos lu IririuU. WaU Vlririala, lie -it .. . r aad c Uu.-iiuu.tr VaattiMtlii alaMn thru it wttaout cbaaga to Ctaotaaati, arriving ai " 11 10 p m-y. Y V VastiaalaLltBitad ds " salUtiaias with lUaing ear run tUrjiu wstaoat chaaga to CtaeiaaaU. U.ni. s waspar for Laxiagtoa aad LuuUvilW Pu . aiu ear. ar opaa to laeatse poui;rj a OsCce, 313 Peaaai lvaala avaaue. H W rCIXSa.Oaa fut Agent SMDIOAZ. FOR MEN ONLY! A DfKITIVF For LOST wrAILniO MANHOOD, "4'1-r'T7TS'WaksuterBiiyaa41Iuiil EffwU J U XVXJ of Error, ar IiMiin ia 0M of Vjoaf. if.i,vi h ll. a.uuabiwil. LifaMi Mb i khU-xtf .W Slr,lA.l-l(.ttlUH,3MUWriIlT 'twI. uluu ty ,11,111,1 .. .m.mm m. m - M lu & A J Uiu. TirriuriM. jlJ.lo'l lMiiek. .r.UtM fcfc.UU..ti..lhi. Wtwf..l'4 LKt. m,, ium Hit HiStcu cl, laffAia. 1. 1 x pisacma aaa ray aa. doiullt as ihf oatj apMflc toe t&s caruia cue ot iiiU Sluua. ., U 11 1NOKAHAM v rj, W kava suid kjUlol xemi y yaafs aa-A (u jias at-Uua d itniiHrtrj SI (JO. Bclbj J-'-ii-- W 1 k 8 f 'a U 1 1 9 m fl Ii m. t ri3i. as art L - u -e atte. u a u iBklIlf cuicutsTEBS caai.sa PEHHYROYAL PILLS. Wo L t' ( - ftaSBal, hnssUtB -- llriaJi4. I BsaBsssfatte sauJU asm uj i i Afltosa SriVtraff Tf 1 1 fUfctfl .fftlf WJJ "S J- ny&h ihiiifirtag N