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THE DAILY OHiriC, TUESDAY EVENING, JINE 10, 1890.
TnE Daily Critic Itaby Carriage and Ketrlerittrf, Hating tfl airiest ran tbow ss par'o 'ilt of seven pieces, we torn onr attention - ahy carriage and refrigerator. Jwrty v in want them, and no family shotira, for a minute be wflWmt them Tho stock We M rir embrace the newer style. th h$t t"xsik1 the lowest prtce. Twe amenta of o-ir credit system are always at thedls- r ti m our uusiuiwrs. riwiBiuiu wi-st moWT yon have and Mtt wr van' That l the rnl jit MUtfl t ire, carpet ad store Stores, at K8 j r i or onr cationww. Thereto, wra r you c mm- BattdffH via itrsrt nettliwett. Ilnnghton A Co. Unprecedented In ducements. Tiif rhenjKwt yet .rust read their bargain ! inrnitore 1 tX btrrean, t bedstead, l wash v'htI, 1 pair of feather plllow,1 extra large .- ik t able, t fine reed charrs, I wire mattre -i' tbce serviceable and desirable article. n ful every day. for the small nn of $ 09 Aeain they otter chairs and a six foot et- n.lnn fable for the snrnrlstng and nnnrece .Mitcd price of S10.00. And acaln. fin yon -i are the smalt sntnot $W If so, see onr 7 1 1, re ok dining room suite. It is a daisy, and tbe price Is almot nominal. W. H. HoruHTOt Jfc To 11. A 12 F at Jf W. The National Sara Deposit Compnny, Cor. lath St. and N. V. Avenue. Storage for Sdvwware, Jewelry, tew. Fine Oocds ami Taltrabtee of all kiwi, charges moderate. Safe deposit boxes for rent at the very lowest rates. Anhenser-Iliiscli. Naw Qavbk, Dee em bet 18, IsW. The Anheoeer-OflMh Brewtmc Asewrtatten, St Louts, Mo.: Gentlemen The sample of Faint Beer lately received from you lor analysts has la too parts by weight the fottswtsff composition- Total solid extract 8.980 Alcohol... 3JW0 Carbonic aefd g-as JK6 Water Mjm 1W.000 Systematic search has failed to show the presence of any adulterant, ami the eompo s' t Ion la rery similar to that of the Best Beer ot Munich and Vienna. Yeurs, eta., 8. W. Johxon, Professor of Chemistry, Yalo College, Washington Branch: Fir street and Virginia avenno soathwest, FRANK SCHWAKZ, ... . Manager. Thouo, 371-1. Spring I.ntnh. For spring lamb and Wellington drossod beef (to to .1. R. Kelly, Ninth street wine, rentte Market, and N. L. Market, KlftU and K streets. A PEACEMAKER SHOT. A Colorcil Stan ItrctTs Two nutlets tor Interferlnc. I.nst night white trying to net ni peacemaker and scparnte two men who were engaged In a fijlit In Capitol alley Henry Heverly, colored, hud two I ullels lwljjtil In him, one of which troy remit In his death. Beverly states U; tit whin ho undertook to sep irate the men cno of them, who was unknown ti I'm, tumid and fired nt him. He E'nrlctl to tun and the man II red u (tec trd shot, llovtrly fell In tho alley w hire Olllcirs Smith and Sanford found Mm. Those gathered about denied any kcowlcilgu of the shooting. The wounded man was taken to the Fourth Precinct station, where it wa found that one ball had entered the right fthouldur and the other tho left lteast. He was Immediately taken to TroWdcnce Hospital, where hU wounds wcro drcMcd. IlercTly describes hU nsaallant as a short, heavy set negro, with club feet, and Georeu Carter, alias Jesee Jutnea, haslictu arretted as. answering to this t'escripilon. Beverly could not posl tluly Identify him at the man. The I'utrul N)Uui In Oeurcetairn, Engineer Commlsiloner Itobert, iu a conversation to day with Jtr. A. II. Chapman, general manager of tbe Mu nicipal Blpnal Company of Boston, Mass., and 31b jor of Police Moore, said that he bad dicided to give Georgetown inc uest and utvueat priced police ami tire alarm sytem that could be pro vided Colonel Itotjrt approved the selection made by Captain Boasell on his recent lour In several of tbe leading cities tbe Municipal Signal Company's system. Their bid waa 3.800. and that of tbe (Jamewell Company $8,130. Tbe official award of the contract was made tbU morning by Captain UoMell. Tiie apraralus will be tedy for adjustment and operation In about two week. Ibe Municipal system Is in operation la Boston. Providence. 15. I., Fall Uiver, Mass., Newark, Jf J , and other smaller 1 wns. Tte company has just received rrnirarts for Minneapolis ami San Franilno. Suion ol Ilia National ImIuq. The iiinlb annual seMioa of the Sea ati will be held la the red parlor of tbe r bbltt House beglaniMc ob June 17 at 1) a. m. Tbe Senate U tue supreme 1 -) of tbe Xatioaal L'aloa. a seetet. 1 cLtvoie-t-fiatetBal aocUtlo. Incor j'urated uodtr tbe lawa of Ohio, with Uinl.jusrter at Toledo. Tbe objects r.r iLe tdvr are to askoUale white mate rffconcof goal moral ebaratler who vn f (ulli acceptable, amd ff for be r, i..1 Bit-wbctsbip, of sound bodily tialib, between -jo and 31 years of age, t pive waieiial air to and advaM' lu r tmbeis Morally, sot-tally asxi i-tet-i dually, to tUbllh a fuaU for Ibe ?.liif..f sick sad distressed be-eAOal ii imbers, ami to py $3,uu0 to tbc law i rt preseauuive of a liwensed wssnt Ur TUeisiemUtrtuipaggiegalesi'j.OOO, (li.-nibuUd amotug twenty two States acd Canaila. There are neaily 1,000 n..uibM of ih order in Wbiiicto. Unbl Jkut Likaiy lu Im ijplilsmk-. 1 uiidsssster EituleiN gives as Us IdIub that o etdeaak of rsbks aeed I c feared la Wasabjgtoa. He has bbi Lu, Lrtaeol posltioa for seveatoes years. iL.. casBot recall a ausgle case ot rsfeta in :ht DUtrkl. buriag that period to tbc BcUbborbood of 10,000 dogs L..L bceo sacriaced. Mr Klasiela t iiB ta vrc-stnt auiuber of lictasad i to Ml J'itrkt at 10.000. Mi Grtcn uf tat Wataiagtoa Kea- Club, suei&ui that to iasuxe the ati ty ofolbti di.s that noodl:. SplU ii td oiaer epeueg of toag aatred dogs .lit to ic suooieased, a they caaaoi wiiUstsa4 a wans eliaiate. A a ruk, u .-. MiuiM, iiaitsaad other bird ? ut c i subject to hyirjpphobis Taw ttas, i ..uU auese Wi ol gW a4 1 I I j ixn Hrigaflyat wos$ Mri few at thd. bootw, j us. -4o4 fa iiKtartafis wA w sad guu-i luoka i i u a)tby. hi wUe Is (sir, ..j thcii mtt are torn fcwu tiiitkiua ut , ?t i l apci -i vi aiuimy tor uww 4e awl pOJr .i .nc; j j.i m for factor's t-1. i i tcsc u i ii j key bei4j tu the rW . .. 1, l'ui. c (ioMe Meeal PU- u ssxiaga of IM mm. . i. lUjud I ii Iioji u J i UiUtS J-3i.3va ljii.U UH0 SEUSB BU TMatiovry saw- t I J4 1'Lf -.... t IU: imUlivs u4 uljit u Oites, ayjy-. v Lnumyi- u ur uu,' ukj&iIb, stnsiach j. d busa ' . - - .c ui furcSJaat the ht -iuk 1 1 u.a.i jum. ut 4yr aha Bi,.u 4t w utiUy H if alsO , .' init,a .it, Liuac ioiclila SI tskK l. uiuc IUM. .M MMfHSBJ, W i-UtUeUtbe BASEBALL GOSSIP THE SENATORS BAM.T BEATEN BY BALTTMOrHS tKSTHRDAT. WHUEU Wm EASILY SOLVED. Tlw Teaa 6$m at AlhnKt PafX litis Nw Utehm. The Winbtntton aggregation, or "agsfarathw," as It hm bwn not inaptly called, dropped another game 1 1 tl.c Balllmore learn yestenlay, prin cipally ihronrh tbe Inability of Daniels to deceive the heavy hitting Orioles. Thej caught the hang ot his delivery In tbe sixth Inning and made a brace of mm, which was further increased In il e following Inning. If the game ha 1 cess I then the wrote would have been reepectaWe, but Hie men whom Barnle believes to be the coming cham rnVns, without any regard for the tender feelings of Daniels and the eight other individuals who represent this city, went In ami batted the ball all over the field In the ninth Inning. Nine hits were made, two of them triples and the weary Sen ators edified the crowd with exhibitions of running. Nine runs were made through this lxit ting and the errors that Bulllvan's men piled tip. But errors counted for very little In Hint game, for most of the runs were earned. The Baltimore made 20 bin, with a total of 27 bases, while tho Washing tons only mado 0 hits, with a total of io bases. The local team put In some ex cellent work In increasing tho sire of Its orror column, and pretty nearly every man on tho team had a hand In It. The only satisfaction that Washing ton enthusiasts can get out ot the game Is the fact that tho boys arc keeping up their hitting. That Is tho only morsel of comfort that can bo had. THItY AltB HOME. The Washington team Is at homo again. It sounds slrancc that It should arrlvo homo safo and sound after tho arduous campaign In which It has en gaged during tho past three weeks, but, nevertheless. It Is true. It Is scheduled to play nt Atlantic park this afternoon against tho Baltimore, and Phillips will pitch for the local tunm. Baker will do the honors for tho Orioles, nnd a good gi me ought to result. Three games are scheduled between (he BallJmori'S and Washlugtons, and ns wo have tho game In our "slaughter pi n," as Ted Sullivan recently cn'lod I', there ought Io be some lively ball p nylne done. Tho team Ins got to re trieve lis lost laurels and It don't want lo be long In selling about dotoi It. There Is no reason In the world why tbe men Bhould not pluy better and wlnnliurball. and. IT thov cannot do It, then others should bu obtained who can. The team, If It Is to draw, must be made a winning one, and It cannot be strsnghtcned too soon. What the club seems lo nied now more than anything else Is a couple of good pitchers. At present Phillip Is the only one on whom any dependence can be placed. Daniels has not demonstrated his worth as yet. In both games against the Baltimore ho was literally slaugh tered. Inderwood has not done much better, and In this resist the team Is pretty badly off. Bulllvan wunts t go on another gunning expedition, and at once, and secure a couple of good men, or else the team will be so far behind that It will not be able to get out ot the rut. The record mado on the trip Is a shameful one. The club only won three games while It was away and lost four Hen. It went on the trip In first place, with a good lead, nnd It returns In sixth place. It can hardly be dislodged from that position by any club behind It for a few weeks yet, and In that time there is hopes that tbe team may be Improved sullkleutly to play better ball. A BROTIIKKIIC-OU ML'TOKT. The Brotherhood club in Pittsburg has driven the League team In that city lo tbe wall, and the I.euguers are now making arrangements to transfer Its game. This was brought about by tbe reduction in tbe admission price tbe Brotherhood club made early In the season. Neither club made a cent, ami only a few hundred people witnessed the games. But just as soon as tbe League ipuit tbe interest in tbe game re vived, ami yesterday over 3,500 people saw tbe local team defeat the Chicago. This shows that, while there is no abatement of interest in tbe sport, yet people cannot be ladueed. to pitromze ft, so loag as two clubs are la tbe field. Tbe public, or rather a greater majority of it. Is averse to taking sides oh the iliuslioa, ami tbe patronage will be mi all until It is deteruiaed oae wdy or tbe (titer. iletotiiilDC Stolen I'ruperly. By a little shrewd deteeiive work oa tbe pait of OMteeis Maboa sad Iforoe, Edwaid T. I'ettiaaiU of Ko. 1713 Kaw Y. ik aveaua has recovered part of tha wi'Ht-y that was siolaa frota Wat last Tluitoay Pettiaatil rattled, laavtaa a r II uf betweea 400 aad M0 ie bis uaulalooai pocket Ha reported tha loss at Police Headquarters, aad, with out kaviag say clue to work oa, the da icetivee last algal arrested Joseph Wasblegtoa, a voubk colored boy, aad tecoveted from bias ftfr of the atoaey He eoafessei tha crtiae. aad says that he has soaat the le-iaiader of tha BMay. ApfWttWtttc !. tar Mut 'Aim, The affweiagf, Messrs. Samuel K. Whaatlaf, Ktia B. White, a4 sksaja sala l. Carpeater, have retuiaad to lha Suptenae Court of the IHstrkt the value of the several parcels of grouad to ha pucbtsfrd for the 2oo. The retura is s follows Joshua Pierce KUagW'slaa!, t,370. Pacttew Owd's. $1.b35, Everett Haydea's. f l.sttt, Doaald Mc Pfcmoa's, tl,4Ti, Jaates Kervaad, SJ3 10. The parctl beloagisg to the cesaetery. held la trust for the beaaat of the I aiua Baaevoleat Assoctatioa (.coloiad), have ronshiitred the coat of aovia the btadiea lateried thereat I3.06O. d the vslut of tha laad at 3,6W, U all ja.MOO. ( f aJiJff" faf fk m sjiH H &&M& Cvfiott S-tflK'itf-T cisiau l&t h&x b ifcfi.'.sHifj kk is fejj.rml itftMsrlm'd. it Uatfttlj SMA&stlt W fJktsTCal MML tsfat idW !&&$ SCPI 9M& Wtlaji f fOUl 9r JMrwIttTtf. raUtti lor 4ivotB hm Wttktti JttM&&:k feicUir d ipiOui for Va tu IhJt, 4j jifrftWirt mI li Lke B. Ol 1 tMajtiaa aahMfcor Vm& I it Louie. 4wik U to K, Wtp MH elMiCttfiiOD tkala sJBBaaaa! 9 aaaBB-i Ub flBMsl fettStflBt MHH JaaaH, atsataaf mimmm $ tm. m iart?aatat &u. a U. MSCCa, Uf sm a awiitfTfun bvIsbbbWsbW tiaQaBBBBBaaVaC TbJbWb J.&. IMf TMWftf Ivaato aveaua- ITS TENTH ANNIVERSART. lite XMIonnl tllflm Celebrate tlie lirent at Marshnll Hull. It was a red letter day yesterday for t)it ctsck military orgafriwtiloYi of tv'mMirgtoii, the Natroaal Hides. It tts the hwith anniversary of their orgnn iMtfon, and was celebrated with an et cvrsfoti to Marshall Hall and a tratm.net. Th steamer Macalester left her wharf at An early hour last evening with the soMrer IstMrcs on board and their In tlted gtrests ami friends. The committee of arransjements con sisted of Qewge W. Kvans, chalrmio, Charles II. Grannls, It. 11. Gettlngs, Iwls Holmes, M. ,J. Qninn, C. W. Brooks, W. M. aMcConlbee, J. F. H. Hlofs, S. B. Tomllnson, B. T. Doyle, ami W. K. Kills. Two long tables were spresd beneath the tiees ami Captain J. F. Oyster made a brief speech, followed by Lieu tenant George W. Evans, who read a most Interesting history of the Itllles, beginning with the formation of the old organisation In 1S59. Commissioner Douglass responded to the toast, "The President of the United States;" Com missioner Hloe. "The National Card ial;" Mr. K. O. Davis responded for the honorary members, Mr. Noble D. Lamer the veterans. Mr. B. T. Dovln recited a poem, "The IMy We Cele brate," and Lieutenant Kvans read a number of letters from members and others who could not lie present. On the return trip appreciative resolutions were passed by the honorary memlwrs, framed by a committee consisting of William G. Moore, Noblo D. Lamer, It. A. Fish and George Gtbson. FUTURE LEGAL LIGHTS. A f.nrcn Number (Irndunteil Uy the tleorcetmrn Colleco ltr School, The nineteenth annual commence menl of the law department of George town College was held last night at tho National Theatre. Tho staeo was handsomely decorated with forns and llowors and tho music was furnished bv tho Marine Band. Degrees were con. fcrrcd upon tho following: Master of Laws Alfred A. Adnms, Ten nessco; Charles W. Alexander, Virginia; Joseph W. Anderson, Washington; Daniel (1. Campbell, South Dakota; Anthony A. Connolly, Joseph 11. Connolly, George F. Curtis, John O. Dermody, ltlcfianl J. Don nelly nnd Itossa F. Downing, District ot Columbia: John It. Ulllcp!c, Pennsyl vania; William Y. OrllTln, Georgia; Thomas Halstcml. l'cnnsvlranla: J. Itodolnli llnmti- ton, .Mississippi; Stephen H. Hayes, Ohio; William A. lllpklus, tiranvlHo M. Hunt nnd llennett S, Jones. District of Columbia; Ltevrclhn Jordan, Alnbama; James Ken nelly, Ohio; Claude F. King, Wyoming; neorge 11. Lamar. Alabama; Orr W.Lee, Iowa; Lewis Kleldtng, Frank Lyon, Vir ginia; Itobert 8. .Mct'utl, Missouri; David W. Morrow, Maine; Charfes A. Mills, Dela ware; (leorire D. Mitchell, Pennsylvania; Allen S. I'attlMin, Maryland; Lugeno D. Scwoll, Massachusetts; James F. Smith, Pennsylvania; William A. Spangler, Texai; Hutcr W. Springer, Illinois; Lmll Starek, Ohio; John V.. Snceuey, District of Colum bia; Frank H. Walker, Ohio; J. Walter Wbraley, George L. Wheelock, District of Columbia; Chsses V. Whipple, (!eorc;la; J. Itajmoml White. Louis C. White, Dis trict of Columbia; Kdwln 0. Wlggetihorn, Nebraska; Harry O. Wilson, District of Columbia; WlllUm C. Wood, Kansas; OlUer V. Woolf, Ohio. llnrhelorof Iws- ICilnnnl Allen ot Con necticut, Noel W. Uarknlale, Texas; A. JelTetMin Itarr, Louis T. llolseau, District of Columbia; Itobert W. llreckons, Wyo ming; George Ureut, .Maryland; Albert O. Urooke, District of Columbia; Charles J. Drown, Illinois; Henry 11. llmwnell, Con necticut; William (1. Clary, Charles fou rs.! Is, District of Columbia; Dick Cramer, Kansas; Samuel K. Darby, Arkansas; James Divine, Maine; HIcbard X. Donaldson, Dis trict of Columbia; K. Gardiner Kdelen, Maryland; Thomas Kwlng, Jr., New York; Creed M. Fultou, Tennessee; Walltee Greeue, Illinois; Charles Guleiitz. l'eunsji vaula; Jackson D. Haag, Ohio; Kdward A. HanneKsn, John M. Henderson, District ot Columbia; Iteetiiald H. lllgglus, Maine; 'lhomas 1). llftcbcock, Iowa; Willis I). Holder, Illluols; Francis A. HopKlns, Dis trict of Columbia; Herbert 1. Jerrell, New Jerser; Paul K. Johnson, District ot Co luiulilu; George Kearney, Virginia; Jumes It, Keaton, Texas; Frank It. Keys, Mary land; Simon Lyon, District of Columbia; John II. Martlu, North Carolina; Frau ds G. Martyn. District ot Colu-ubla; Daniel C. Murphy of California, Lewis D. l'nee, Georgia; Huliert K. Feck, IHslrtetot Columbia; l.ouU 1.. Perkins, I.oiilUna; James K. I'ope, Maryland: Frauels t'ope, Texss; Usury L. I'ugb, Alabama; Geofge W. Ilea, Ohio; Edward J. lteduiond, Oscar 1'. Schmidt, District or Columbia; l.eoSlm moiis, .MaryUnd; Wallace K. Stanwll, Georgia; Charles W. Stetson, Georae W. Tat lor, District of Columbia; Joseph ToWu. CalirornU; Frederick V. Tower, New York; de Sausture W. Treubolm, South Carolina; l.'iBiiittt Turner, Texas; Fred. Van Dyne, New York; Charles II. Verrill, Maine; Casper C. Weber, JIUlilgau; Benjamiu T. Wtlcb.jr.. Dlstrhjtof Columbia; Harry M. Wistfall, Illinois; Mosby W. Williams, Vir ginia; Louis i. WilUxe, District ot Colum bia, Audrtw Wilson, Charles J. Wrigbts luau, Kansas, BRIGGS' HEADACHE TROCHES -FOR- SICK HEADACHE Nsnrstis, Wmi or Coagesthrs Firms. T8S1TIMUMUL. L. 8. BMOWN, U. O., aswast Jwssyst.. Euuuw, N. J , Joae tt, UW. Vn U to eactily that I have osad lot soma dssus wttli sshsJs sal tors fllloH. tlM ooAbhaa ttest of lameiMss. fur HsJJaelw, kaowa as stags Han il main ttoehm. Thu roaiily sswss sbsim SkSSMiAsibSS, ssshsstsUv saiA as at test SlwS VOSIS WtNBMiSW tSASl 8AySSSA2 I &B SSSMSjBStSSt WtlSU SAlt tt this ASffStflOSSS wUX be tsss bssabs as ssuislMar It to ts favsfsMn ,kaiM w srftasttU &oas that tssAlA. t Nfctt Jftrf tliSt Z SS94 IAS ShttH S SWtfte. U. JLUMMTN. PRICE, 25 CEKTS. told bf sit IViifslsH or seat by Mall oa He- BBIGGS' MED1CINI CO., KUZABSTH. V. J. ELYS CatarrH mm bum SS-iL?.4 'ihRiTARBft be booJ'Lcd .-. UwbtsJ .f vjUi rbal iiUo, ia-ii. besUbr ; ' i It SliSf luUiUja Hull, lllol. .to (L, UMHtl la - J J i trum iddJtl j a a. benU ILa a (- ?? :? HAY-FEVER TB7 'IU uut 4 DSXlklX U SlillSil lata l UudL U SAil u wamxMa fi ice bu t-mta at lit ujnuts. br mO, tesUtcred. Ul i.eut, J(XX UJdUTBXJsC BTrtSSTu . Mew Yurk aiMm. sEP1'' t?m ftftSi LfllsT . . lib bs.V - & tl J HEALTH llaHWffeM)i?ffT'fflE?silsw BSstslwa 5tS4 u5t t raki pa BHisUbmIw " . " mSit smSTsSTB The Great Bankrupt Sale fl TU-iDE CLOTHING, Which is NOW OPEN, Will Continue for a SHORT TI7lTE ONLY, The recent falltrreof thelarcest elotrrlne firm In tbeUnlbetl Sttesbsji(eHrIr Ininebse stock la the bends of the trustees, who bare shipped StGo.flft) worth of tbe best clothltis; to Washington, to be sold Regardless of Cost or Value. The agents have rented the large fonr-story bonding, 311 Seventh Street, Below D Street. , Tbl Is the Greatest Slaughter of Fine Clothing ever known In this country. The object Is to convert tbH stock Into CASH within a sliorttlme. Men's Every-Dav rants, 80c: worthfl. netter:tlraiIo Pants $lj worth . All wool rente. In Cheviot, Worsted and rasimere, at 51.75, resmlar price, E8.7S, . Fine Dress rants, in thirty style, comprlslnu imported Worsteds. Ussslmere, Cheviots, $ 75 8S.5", i and S5: worth from J8 lo K. , Men's Kvery-Day Suits, t60; worth BM. Better grade, nearly all wool, 8I worth J8.M. All-wool Cheviot Enlls at S.S0; worth $1. Nobby Iiress SnI s, In twenty styles, comprising Faney Worsteds, Cheviots, Osssl mere, Tweeds, Ao.at 58 80 and 110; worth $30. Fine Imported Worsteds, Dlssronals, Corkscrews, Wldo Wales, thirty styles, at 8 and $inj positively worth J80 or money refunded. Wo call your attention lo a number of Merchant Tailor Mado Snlte whleh were made to measure for 885,840 and $15. to bo sold at I.BS6 THAN HALF rniCE. BOYS' IE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY. Knee rants from lie np Sailor Suits, from 4 to ii years, at Wc. tare Line ot Mobalr Flannels, Serges, Pongco Bilk, Alpaea Coats nnd Vests. Men's Seersucker Cents and Vests, forty stylos, at 50o.; worlhjl.as. Bear In Mlndt Every Garment Warranted to tie Perfect in Every Respect and of Tills Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh SI,, Below D Sliee E. L. MITCHELL, Manager. II l'ormerly too Phil. Dest Brewing Co., Manufacturers ot BLUE RIBBON, BOHEMIAN AMD SELECT LAGER BEER AND THE "BEST" TONIC. Especially Good for Family Use. Ucuoflclal or Weak and Debilitated l'orsons. R.S.WIDDICOMBE MANAGER WA3HINOTON BHANCfl, 70S and 70S North Capitol Street. Telephone 273. ap3 JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO Wholesale and Iletall Dealers In Anthracite and George's Creek Coal, OPFICK: 1H1 Pa. ate. (Corcoran llulbllnx). YA11D: Cor. A St. and Del. are. TKLEPnONE: 0ce, S18-3; Yanl, 97. myamr GOOD C00KING7 All wbodelro good cooking In tbelr houses should use IEBIB COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF. A slight addition gives great strength and flavor to Soups, Saucts aiiilMaile Dishes. lint pound U I'qual to forty pounds ot leiu beef, of tbe valuu of about JT.M. (.'t'liiilnn only ullli fuo-sluillo of .1 ton I.lflilc'H hlKiiutiiro In blue I11U nrrokH IIioIiiIikI. GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY, OFFICE; 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Wholesale aad Itet&ll Dealera lu KENNEBEC ICE, Our V soos go to AU Pert ot tke City, iBelBdkBgHoiMt Pteasaat. CALI-S06, 3W aad Ml. Look Out for the White Wagons I V"B Jj p. 1 rr -ir ? GERES I &rAi Sota t IfcJSCEKBS. MIJNEOL OULOKN HILL DPIaOTTK AaA tb -Btt always bava heasMsH Ua4 Hasss s44 BsesHdas Waaaflbse fiefiot. eef sue l!tea sSseeA awl lHJAaBA aveAfte WM. M. QAL.T A OO. UOTKUi JLXU XJWTJLUltANTa. NEW YORK BUFFET, mtmeta.mmet,w. Best hjmI FuMiC Uusefli a tte edty. sjbs- sosisl tasw jAxm a. Qasuramn mat-. .,z .:,-!, riuut jysatTT, TgMttV-yi JjilNHJJ &, flPf P TBBSSff JBBBSsst. J ii UWWU'WMS 1X7 iruxAjws rumwwfiw v. e. (s-a.a4JtsK. XAsteSf LMsMIsA Ai lOBssV g.. JAJUW' i vUTI ayjL AJWt4-4V- L VtffHMf THE NATIONAL Safe DepositCo. of xvAsuiivraxoK. Chartered by Spoclal Act ot Congress, JANUAn? S3, 1307. CltPITKL - - S200.000 ron Tns SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNDEU QUAHANTEE, AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS BtntOLAn AND FIItK-PROOP VAULTS, Contained In Its FIHE-ntOOF DUILDtNO, N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave. opposite u. s. TitBAaunr. OFFICE IIOOT13.0A.M.TO 4 l M. Grand, Upright and Square PIAiSrO FORTES. Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to cur "NEW AUTISTIC STYLHH." Finished In Designs nt MliailBbT DECOIIATIVE AHT." PIANOS FOlt KENT Eeeond band Piano at All Prlees. WM.KNiU3E& CO., 817 Market Space. ROBERT CLARKE, PRINTING, Paper Supplies aad Stationery. BUSINESS OFFICE: 920 F STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D. O. PUR PKESeae w at the laUet aad man liDimTed trw. oar aautauNtt nt trixM U Unue end w in eoMisuwUy wMfem tt) mr tluek. 11EBCAXTILE FRINTIWJ. MHCBIPTS, KtiYMMVm, CATALOQV&i. WATEMaNB!, CIEl ILAHk, C.IMBS. 1ULL-HBABS, IJfrTIIBHKAIW, ie., Ae., ie, lu f nct, evesrtfaur tftMt IraAtsusse sum Aedde, CHUHCHMS AND iCHOQUi Will tut U isw ueamt laeas at tytn i oar la.ii,u variety. sattaMo fur tkelr styWo work. Amusement Printing. Tultetu. PiogwissiM, JiMinmls. Coupoa TkkuU Co5UtKlr MiusJUtfed, ftmlisini Law Printing. Poster Printing. om tam soosa Is replete wttka VMietr ot I&rtf S51M, saitjfcMe Sos tstb otess es work. BOOKHiMsiMQ with th aimt M;Uw oThuoJt. IWtttttclHsUt iUduj UUK III 1 iSSZf WSbm-J-UtrtM "fajistft amy a MwrggwMtK wtwt uwwr Hteai- M'GILL &WALLACE Printers, 1UMT E Mtssl XwUuiI. Thsi MsVM fcLiMjjOked Fr.uUa BuUae la WemhlntinB jTAMuxiw u fummut ma vo&n IK TUX (MFC. assttLtaa ol tka Lastf Ifciieitlnii la wfaM flMribi M& jbudtsisttw Bum 9&y Tfista flMMMMlOT W nfffglL igm&u wuik 4 wmt&ff 9i Ikak ttiftw FflBfTf1 9w my tstttoa Main Store, 916 7th Pa. Ave. and GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ 1 . 1 5 and $ 1 ,50. MAKE TEA OR COFFEE ifl 10 OR 19 MIHDIE'. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, a3 the In stant the cooking Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest. GOOD BOARDS, $1.15, Sixth St. and New Yoke: Aye. 1ST. W. The Celebrated North Carolina Boards -AT- $1.15 PER 100 FEET, on $11.50 PER 1,000 FEET. This Is tlin Lowest I'rlco Good Lumber lms cvor reached, m all old builders ill know at once. LlBBEY, BlTTIWGcER & EIlIXER DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK. WHEATLEY BROS., DKALKRS.IN LUMBER AND MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. RDsi Corner 7th st. and R, I, ave Washington. 3034, south side Water St., West Washington, YA MCEL ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Eigmiigt, Elckfi id Mu Cite if Ike Litest PiMaHm. K RT NOUBLTISS, AUUc fraias la CoM, Wttto aad SeU. Ivr, i4M. Hivc, Oak, Ckafff, AUoluSii Flureaia Lf , a bcamUul u Gold; Try duoito aad at a VKKV LOW nue. SmcW atteutlou raid to Btsildiag Old Frame aua FurnJturK. wdA(ud Birthday Pruu t SROW MiB b Hi;Eo! You can't g K jrS (huht m That tbwhc aCAMgrnoM Knx5Sj3 LbbbbbI Lbbm , -MaaaSaaitLS 1jiih,t t 1 Hr " aBamSHBBk 13BliHa7 MTfTlfa11lTa1Mr'lT aaaaaTiFiilaalar WJTTTTi il 1 ilitm CUslol Oa. aBaaaaaBak-'::a: . laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBilLaaaBiiBaaMis , JaaW 0uatUS BUY YOTJE TETOKS AID IAEIE8S St. Branches, 1221 41 1 7th St. BY THE KT- ALL KIN D3 OF I w -AT ItAIMtOADS. s- y s s r r The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. DoTiMe Track. Splond Id Scenery. Steel Hull. Mairnlflcpnt Equipmc.it In effftet Mxt 11, m. Train lere WftiMneton. from station cor nr of Sixth and Bstreets, a follows Fob Pirriiro and the Went, chtcaeo Mmftel Expres of Pnllman Vestlbnied rars at in SO a m dally; Patt Mne, 10 so a m d-iily to CVilnmbtH and St. Lontt, with Rlcpp'nif earn from PlttKhnri to Colnmbaq, dii'r, except Satnrday. to Chicago, with ""locoing rarAlloona to Chicago Bt Lonls, chl'neo and Cincinnati Kxpr, 3. P m daily. rarlor rar Washington to narrfobnre and 81eepln(i Can Harnsbnre to St Ixnl, Cht taco and Cincinnati, and Dlnlna rar liar rlsimrg to 8t. lxnl? Western Kxpre'-J, at 7.40 p m dally, with Steeping Cars washing tone to Chicago and St. L00K connp.-tlng dally at tlarrlsbnre with throneh sipppers for I-onlsvllle and Memphis. iMcifl" Kx pres, 10 00 p in dtlly.for nttsburif and tho west, with thronch Sleeper to FlttsbarR, and nttsburs to ctfc iko. BALTIMOHK AND roTOJIAO RAILROAD. Fon Kakx, Canandaltma, Rochester and Ni agara Falls dally, except Snnday, 8 10 a m. Fon Ems. Canandalcua and Hochester daily; for Bnrlalo and laeara dally, excopt sat nrday, 10.00 pm. with Sleeping car wash Ington to Rochester. For WtiUAMsroBT, Lock RaTen and Blmlra, at 10. W a m dally, except Snnday. Fon WiLMAxsronT dally, 3 30 p m FoBrmtAnKtrHtA, New Yorltand thoEat, 7.20 9.00, 11.00 and 11.10 a m, 2.10, 3 l 4 SO, 5.40, 10.00 and 11,30 p m. On Snnday, 0 00, 11.40am, S. 10, 3.15, 4 2i1, 10 00 and 11 'JO pm. Limited Kxpres of Pnllman rarlor cars, 9.40 a m dally, except Sunday. Fob New York onlt, Limited Express with Dining Car, 500 p.m. dally. Fob rnit-AMirniA only. Fast KxprcM 8 10 a m, week-days, and 4.00 pm dally. Express, Sunday only, 5.40 p m. FonllosTo without change, 3.15 pm every day. Fon JlnooKtrw, N. Y., all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New York City. Fon Air.ASTio Citt, 11 40 a m week-days, llJTOpm dally. Fon llAi.tlMonE, 8.35, 7.S0, 8.10. 9.00, 9,10, 10 00, 10X0, II 00 and 11.40 a m. 12 05, !! 10, 3 1 3.30, 4 00, 4 30, 4.SO, 5.00, 5.40, 6.00, 7 40, 10 00 and ll.S0pm. On Sunday 9.00.9.05.10.50,1110 am, 2.10, 3.15, 8.30,4.00,4.20,5.00. 5.40,0.00, 7 40. 10 OT .Id 11.20 pm. Fon Pora'a Client Une, 7J0 a m and 1.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon Annapolis, 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 12,05 and 4.20 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 4.SM pm. WASUINOTON SOUTHEnN RAtLWAY. In effect Mat It. 1800. Fon Alexandria, 4.30, 6 35, 7,4, 8.10, 9.451, 10.57 n m, 12.01 noon, 2 05. 3 JO. 435, 4.M, 6 01, 802, lo.csnnd 11.99pm. On Sunday nt 4.30, 7.45, 9.45, 10 57, n m, 2.10,0.01, 8 02, and 10.09 pm. AccoMjionATioN ron(UANTico,7.45n m and 4 55 p m week-days. 7.45 am Sundays. Fon Richmond and tho South, 4,30 nnd 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4X3 pm week days. Tbaiks Icavo Alexandria for Washington, 0 05 7.05, 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m: 1.20, 3 00, 8X0, 5.10, 6.06, 7.05, 9.20, 10.37 and II 03 p m. C'n snnday at 0.10, and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 5.10, 7 05, 7.89, 9.CO, and 10.37 p m. Tickets and Information at tho olTlco, northeast corner ot Thirteenth street and 1'ennsylTanla avenue, and nt tho station, where orders can bo left for tho chocking of haggago to destination from hntols nnd resi dences. J. It. WOOD, Oencral 1'nMcnger Agont, CIIAS. E. rUOII. General Manager. Hiiltittiort! mid Ohio Railroad. Schedule In Effect May 11, 1S0O. Lcaro Wasmngton trnm station corner ot New Jersey avenue and C street. Fon Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Vcstlbutcd Limited express dally 11.30 u m, cxpross 9.30 pm. Fon t laciNNATi, St. I.ohIh nnd Indianapolis, extreM dally, 3.30 nnd 11.30 p in. For 1'iTTsoiBiiand Clorelaad, express dally 9.30 b. m and 8.10 p m. VoiiLeainciton and lnts In tho Slionan dch Valley. 11.30 am, For im'HImth and way Stations 15.30 p m. Fon Li-hat t3 30 and 8.40 p m. l'on IlALTixona, week days, 10", 5.00, 6.35, 7.W), 7.50, 8,00, 8.30, U 30 (11.00, l'J.00, 4Vmln utei) a m, 12.10, s.15. 2 SO, (I.VmlnutH.) 3 15, (tft minutes) S.5, 4 20, 4..10, 4.3:1. 4 50. 3 30. 6.00, 0.15, 0 20. 7.30, 8 35, 0.50, 10.30, and 11.00 pm. Sundays 405.720. 7 30.8.30, 9.3.) am., 112 CO, 45-mlnutea) 1.10, 2.15, 2..V,(l3-mlnuto) 3 25, 4.20, 4 32, 4.50, M.Vmtuutoi) 0,00, 6.13, 0. 70,835, 10.30. 11.10pm. Feu Wat tTATioNs between Washington and 1 nltlmore, 5.00, 8.35. 8.3f a m, 12 10, 3 23, 4 3J, 8 ), II. I p m. Sunday.B.30 a m, 1.10, 28, 4 82, 6.20, 11.00 p,m Train lkavk Iialtimobk for Washington week it aye, 5.0O, 6 20, 8.30, 7 13, 7 20, 8 00 8 SO. 8 Sft. 9 SO and 102O.10A5am; 11.10,1.00 2.10, 2.30. 2 60, 4 13, 5 TO. 0 00, 8 20, 7.00, 7.30. 8.20, 8.30. 9 00, 10.10. 10.3O and 1100 p m. tundoj-K, 0 30, 7 13.8 3P.8 35. 9. , 10 SO, 10 33 a m; 1 .00, 1 05, 2. 10, 2 30. 4.18, 5 00, 6,20, 7.00, 7.30. 8.20, 8.30, 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 p m Fon Annai-olu. 6 35 and 83) a D, U 10 and 4 2C p in. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4 32 p m. Leave Annapolis 6.10, 8.30 a ra, W03, 3.50 pm. Sundays, 8 30 am, 4 00 pm. For irATioNs on the JUtropolitau Branch, 18.30, m.30 a in. f 1 13 p m For principal station onlr.tlO.IOii m , tl 30 and M W pm. For ItocKTiujc and Way Station. tl.35p ra. foK(lAiTHKBiHO and Intarinwlkto points, who, jiooo, tuiu a m, -tio, oo, j.ss, t9.4, ilOiW, til U) p m. ?oKlk)vu'und lutormedlate utailon. 7.0a im. Chibch train leaves Washington on Sun lay at l.ia p m, ttopbiug at all statloos un Jlef ropolltan Branch. Fob Pkidxrick Ml 30 J8 30. .30, rtl 30 a m, S1.15, tj 30, tl30pm. Pur 1Ioirtown, tll.30 a m and tlSO p m Thais, arrive from Chicago dally at 11 15 a ra and 4 10 p m: from Cincinnati and St. LouU dally 3 50 a m and 2 05 p tn; from Pittsburg 7.10 a m. 5 SO p ra dally. NEW YORK 4 PHILADELPHIA DIVISION Fur Nw York, Trenton, Newark, and Eliza- bth. N. J , 4 l, K, ! 08. ! 00 a, m., iSO, I.S0and30 p. m. Buffal Parlor Care 00 a 1 day trams. Sleeping Car oa tha 10 38 p. m , opes at 3 00 p m FURl'BIHUKLI'HIi, 105, tifiO. '10.10, 'liOO Bean, 59, 'Lao, ! a n.l 'lO-SO p. m Fur Newark, Dkl Vllilu(ituu aad Chester, IMu10Ua.u. lOOiiooo,iAO,i.50,413 BRd0aUp.ai. For ifeTUtRMUATK polRt twtwena Baltimore uul PbiladelDlda, tS.00 aad 7 ) a. m , tli. W, I JO p. ra. Ttaih ! jfew York for Washington, f) Sm. tit so a b, 2X0, ., 5J p m and 12.15 nljibt. Trains 1j.v PUladelpbia for Washington, 4 24, 1 , ll m a. m, n W, M31, S.&5. T 32 p m For ATi-Akin Citv, 4 9S a la aad 1J 00 m, tBxept Sunday. Dally jsuuday nly WKgagt) callU for aad ekuteked from buleu uod reidouces by I'uloa Trjiuter t j. ouordtrs lell at ticket oiBces, 619 uullM Pa ave a nil at depot J. T IIUKLL, CHA8. O SCI LL, l.en, Jlanager Hen I'm. Ag't Chesapoaica Hi ana f) Ohio Railway. aichadahi la effoct ROUTE jmmtvu is. ivmi. TraliM i,-au Uulou Diut, SUtU and sAiuuU. lO.jr a iu lur Nnwuort Kws. O'i Fuiut C'uadurt aad Korfolk dailr. Arrri vo iu Odd Poiut at .M v B. aad Norfolk at b W p m. 1134 a n Ciswisaati Kapnu, daily, fur atatkioa lu Vtrstial, Wt Viijjini. Kcutucky aad Clnoiunatr Vwtlbal auopitn Ihruii.-'i wltaout cbaatta lo Clni-tnaatl, arriving at : , . 11.10 pai-y V V Vaatlbule Umlted. dally aolid iniaa with diaiuif eara ran throu t wltauut chau4,-B to CtaeiaaaU. e-nbaU Ulmfiafui Laiingtun and LuulavUU- Pull HtuuiBW rw-olvo p.cu'cri at Mi? p u- Oati, 513 PtuusyWaoia areaoa. H. W IVlLxu.Uvu Fiua.Afnt, UtSJUUAl.. oh mn ONLY! PfKITIVF Far LOOT uFAIXIKS UAHSOOD, H rUal I II C Gw&ualuJ MZXVO08 SS2XL1TY: fTTT? T" Wiukauw of Body lid Kuil ZBeiAl J t- 3J QlXrtoiuQt&xi.ktesiaaidotTjUig. Kubwl. 91 U MJkUl)Ob ttiUf M. iarrl. Ra U kiUv, U4 l..li. l.lli.ll"HVkIU,'iUuK, IkSnI'lkls BUI IWI' Ulj imtiUiM UUMK IBMAlS,.M-li.i.l. in J.J. Btal -Uf? fc I frit , T, rti ri, bMd lf-i OulrtM, u In., AAliu 811 Mi&XM. tC, BlttFllO, I, I i Jxl I preseriD aaa nnl i!"i,o tc S u lUm oaTa p,i&i 'or tbvcczuaaciuB liUI) .H11T12 V D., AuUlteu Jl T. We bii sul4 Hit U ton 1V MUS IMS ui. HW il JtBY.HECa, Cbicaao. IU. SI. (AH. 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