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THE DAILY CIUTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 19, 1890.
The' Daily CRrrrc our avr.oixiia. lfratiy Uftrrrace ami Herrfcerntors. ttfttta hI a great mn on thoie $35 parlor Wltt of iwtws pbcM, tarn rmr attention fobant canttms and wrrieorator. Man? 111 HWst tnwft, and no fniftUjr honld, for mtttnte, be flhct tiw-m. The stock wv di embrace the newer tyles, the het males and the lowest prtoos. The henStf ofow credit svatem ore ajFaysat theflH ptNNd of onr cttstuweM. TweTefnre, brum Sfl money rtxj hare and. b what yon wHt. That hi the mle at RmWm" Fnrnl tr. Carpet aad ove Stores, at MO and TOJ rt trwt northwest. llirttRhton lo.' trnprrceitcnterf In dneemcnt. The'hepetyet. .mt rend their barro In fnmiinre: l oak bgrean, 1 b-drtead, I wah tfrwl. t pair of feather pillows, I etm lrw tofc tMe, fine reed chairs, 1 wire mattress all thee servlceahlo and deilraMe artMe, serni every day. for the mu sum of $-r. co AMtft they offer chalr and a sit foot et Itww table for the snrprMnir and nnpm-e thim price of $10.09. And acafn, rm yon spate the small nm of $W If so. see onr 7 wrw on dining room nlte. !t is a daly, and the price It altrwt nominal. W. H Itnrairmit Co. lt A 1M T St X. W. The Matlnnal Srtte Deposit Cumpnnj-, Iter. Iflth St. and N. V. revenue. SWHyre for Silverware, Jewelry, Laos. FJfce (worts am) valuable of all MtMs. UifsfMt modem le. Safe deposit boxes for ret at the very lowest rates. Sptlne t.nmh Prjirtnt lamb and Washlnton drwwd beetjn to J. R. Kelly. Ninth street win. oaam Market, aad N. L. Market, Fifth and K Streets. Itanqtiet of the Nnttnnnl t'nton senate. Tke setintors of tbo National I'tilon, after a pleasant ilH re about the city ami suburban resorts yesterday afternoon. womwI tip last evening with r banquet at the KhWtl Houm. After Hie r-W-rhtmtnv hm been heartily illsctmetl, I'realtlchl Tracy ol the District organ! ration of the union welcomed the dele states from other cities In a lirfef aud happy steech. President of the Sen ate 1. 2. Gape of ChlcBRO respomleil. Mr. M. G .Icfffls x)ke eloquently oa "The Senate." Senator V II. Scott on "The Cabinet." Senator William M. llavnc on "The Councils" and Senator L. rC. Parks on "The tinier " At 1 :30 o'clock this afternoon the senators went on n l tip to Mount Vernon and Mar shall Ilnfl, and at the latter resort were tendered h lxian.uct by the Govcrnmont Printing Ofllcc Council of the ordor. The Handy lllackjnck. IllchanI Thompson and Charley Mey ers were before Judge Miller yesterday nftcrnoon and fined $10 each for an m tmult on one .lohn Murray. An uirly looking blackjack was produced in evi dence, and Murray's head twllfled tlml It had been used very freely. Judsje Milior tried very hart! to trace the ownorshlp of theulnckjack to some one, but could not do so. Had ho succeeded there would have been a fine of $50 Im poaetl, for no one, he said, could carry such a cowardly wonpon of defense In the District If he knew It. Golden Uron nnicer Ulecleil. Anacoslia Coramandery. No. I2JI, C tiled Older of the Gulden Cross, ha elected the following olllccrs for the en iuIbk tetm, commencing July 1: Noble tonut.8dor, George P. I'lcs; vice coble commander. Mrs. K. L. Cater; pielale, Stephen Slmonds; keeper of records, J. II. Dnny; Hnanelal keeper of n cords, D. C. Smlthson; treanurer, T. J. Putnam, herald, A. It. Cater; warder Inner gttte. Mrs. Nellie Otter back; warder outer gate. F. J. Henry; jwst noble commander, II. N. Tolson. Jumped to Jilt Dentli, While buffering front tomwrary In sanity, brought oh by nn attack of typhoid fiivcr, ChrUiinn Morely, re siding at I Ull Sixth street. Jumped from a second-story window and sustained Injuries front which he diet! lat even Intr. 1IU atterHlout had hint left the loom for a inomeiit, and did not appre hend that his patient needed such tioe watehlsR. Coroser Pattemjn was noti fied, ami Mve a certlfkat Iu accordance with the facts. Merchant Tailors' National Kxehauc. Mews. George T. Ke, K. II. baytler, ami W. C. MetU, were electeil (Meflate. and V. J. Ilitiberxer. Ju, J. A. Gtlesbnuer. Itobert H. Wade, altw siatw, at a meeting last night of the Merchant Tailors' Exchange, to the fifth annual taeetlne ol the National Kelw8e, to be liwbl at IttHtna. Ma., the irt week In Augu nest. Kpllepllc -VtticW uu the .Street, Last eresiBi;, about U o'clock, Jwii Trusty, a colored man, wa fouul lying tm the sidewalk at tlw corner of Kiev estfc and r,wrento. He was Immetliatoly rcatoveti to tk Ewerjeaer Hospital, wtwfe It was found tUal be was sutler -let; friMci an attack of eptlerwy. He MkM tecoveted awl was able to go hewsi. Laskloc for Uaolie Catlett. It wa rtuf ted to tli pulk-e laat oljf bt thai CatJe Calleil, a Waealagloa coi wed wutsMo, had itolea &MO from Mn. MbtJuil oTltoJyn, Va , and tbey re oa tke lookout for ker. It U hardly tlMMtckt the will eoHe to Wasaiagtuii. M tke jlite euuki unm Ineate her. It wnuly a few weeks ago llut tke Cal ku wosoau kad Ho BoukUa seat to tue ww kktiue far beads ker. WfeaberKer. ike was wko wt cut la tkw swUwa m tke Seveaik Ua rod MasMtaiy, fat iauvtt:, ad ass ukyai tiMkf tajr tkat tkacaacwca for kis r emmr vry favoishie. Tke aaswate ot Wkmkmtptt deay poiUely tkat tkeir on H hrtakiaf saaa, aad say tkat ke tNHt iaso tke iatwoa to obiala taaM rfcafs wkea ke was pouacad upoa by Iks vruakea sdkikr. Httia Ui a ytt XTrnii. Jcnay IkknHss. s youa girl wko wyt tkat ke kad jua atrived 1st tke city iaHi Cwadwlaad, favakkik to a esdki tiUwiUtk )siact Sutioa but aigat. Skewas fouad at tke canker of Saw JeiMf veu mm! suae by lira eel od wvssea. bke was taxed fot at lk stasia tm tea aid tkes ratBOfad to tke CatiuaM Uutcdtal- A tftitiinMw t jfr.a tiaw. ia mmn tae uwmulctur ul lit. Fa' Catarrh iUausdv Uv uSerea, in -MM fs, tmnvviU utee 4 Katal aUf'b wkkk tWy cwwi eure. Tke tmtdy is eokl iy dnwrisU at aoly afty t- Tbi jterf ul rcaxaiy au lalrly . takwd a wurid-wida teitutaUMa. If jwm i m uU, aeovy lesamt-ae, ohssrwrtkia ol 1 1 aSMJ rsssair m dtscaarM falHiiic Icusa atsd mo tke Uuuat, tamuAium piQr t tc, watery ad rW, at oOtoit, tbfck, t- , , -' mutous, jjwuku, Uutsly aa4 ,- i ? gyms vk, ateryaB4la- , ;,. . i nstflu in tke eats, daaf- . , iij,, .ufc ji u-ufkUij Uj cWi tke hi . ii "t -f aiiuu jf uCeaaive sm, i titer, t :.ti wiib .nab L ui ukttc. tkf K-kM i . i4.,,i4 ui aa tuMti taaBg; the a j ?T iin' uiai as4 tsate Iwflaiwsi. . -j: u I Jui.mco., ailjs aieitSsJ 4wrs- j :.. ..ij t.iuti tiul cuwij tknuUty, u ii --ffiii from uaal i.Lurrli. Tie it i-, .caUd ui.i liiAuc, the gnesiUet . , .om-i ju4 d!vci-ii uf mptoMt. . .u .. io -1 Ljjua. uuuj.1J WUBuutuiafi 1 . 3l Ljii uf tuc j-Uj'c aiiut'Lijuii, rcatt bk ' '-' wl u lc roc N , vtMsws, mot accou.c .u iff iasa titiwarstiMHl. or ovuiv ue- in fa"tlj treated ky thu tu. tc fc Li-ktuitf. J U a...... ABOUT LEAD PINC1LS. How They are atnrle ami What They OostA ratl Lentl Itnell. "Whtf!rs il cost to rttake a lead pencil?" sid the rflUBtifdctareT, Is r- J ply to the reporter's Irrqirfry. "Ftrst, kt me tell you how we Make a peiwll. "See this flne black powdfr? Thftt's graphite. It costs twenty-fire cents a pound. This white wbstunre Is Ger man clay. It comes m-ross the ocean m ballast In salitnc vessels, and all it costs n Is freight, we mix this clay ami this powder together ami grlml them In a mill ftdrftna- molstnre dnrimjt the two ces nntll the two are thoroughly mixed ami are reduced to a paste about the consist enry of puty. "This paste we preas Into these iltei er ch one of which Is the sire of a pen ttl lead, except In lentth. There an ft t leads In one of these. After thev ate pm wd we tut them Into the proper tt rslbs and bake them In an oven Vent at vtry high temperature. Then we heve the lead made. Its hardness I tegtihttett by the (trealer or less amoun of clay we mis w Ith the fraplille the it ore clay we put in the harder the lend. "The cellar we use comes principally frtm Plothla. ami Is obtained entirely from the fallen trees that He there. The wood Is delivered to us In blocks, sawed to ptncil lenetlis. wne of them thick, to receive the lead, and some thin, for the piece that Is to be glued over the lead. The blocks are sawed for four pencils each. They are grooved by a saw, the groove being the place where the lead is to lie. "The leads are kept In hot glue, ,nd are placed In the grooves ns the blocks, are ready. When that Is done the thin piece Is glued fast to the thick one. When dry the blocks are run through a machine that cut the pencils apatt. Another machine shapes them, making lliem octagonal, or round, or Hat, or ihrec-cornered, as the case may be. The pencils arc burnished by ma chinery, and aro then ready to bo tied In bunches, boxed nnd put out. "The different grades In value of a lead pencil are made by finer manipula tion of the graphite nnd the use of bel ter material. The average pencil In everyday use costs about one quarter of a cent to make. Wc arc content with 100 per cent, profit on It when we sell It to the dealer. What his profit is you may figure out for yourself if you have one of the pencils nbout you that you pant o cents ior, ui tuts grauc ot pen cil nn operator will turn out 2,500 In n dar. "The most valuable lead pencil that I know of Is owned by a lawyer In this city. It Is a cheap looking affair, but I don't believe it could be bought for $100. The wood In this pencil came from n cedar tree that wns probably centuries old before any cedar tree now standing began to grow. It was taken from ihe bottom of a marl bed In Orange County, nt a depth of nearly U'O feet below the surface. Near It was found the remains of a tim todon. The knob on the end of the pt tail was made from a piece of the mastodon's tooth. The pencil has never bte sharpened, nnd probably never will be." THE TRAMP AND THE SNAKE. Details ol Life In etv Jersey In Ihe OIhiI hprlnstltue. ftom IU Alw 1'wi .'". It Is a fact pretty well known to the fanners of New Jersey that the oarly spting tramp and the black snake come out of their hibernating iu niters nt about the same time. Mra. lltlggs of Nutley wns visited by a representative of each specie simultaneously n few days ago. Mis. Jtrlsgs never sends a tramp empty away, uor does sho tarnish the grace of h generoiity by ncrlmonl Otis allutlons to the wood pile. As a consequence there Is no lady In Ecx County more popular among the poor tramps than herself. On Tuesday morning when she oneued her kitchen door a chilled and hungry tramp was waiting for her outside, lie told her that be had slept In the gnm all Bight, awl that he had caught a se vere cold, which, he believed, had set tied upon hU heart, lungs, and stomach Mrs. Iltlggs wus very much affected. She desired the sufferer to sit down on the hone trough while she prepared a breakfast for him. She was carrying a bowl of steaming coffee to blm. when he suddenly started up with a wild cry. eleaied the gate with a bound and lied down the road as though the house dog was close behind hltu. In her amujinent Mrs. lirlggs dropped the bowl of eolTee, for, as the tramp ran, she saw what looked like a black tall outstretched behind him. It was growing larger every moment. anil when it extended about five feet froei the skirt of lit ragged Jacket it leu to me jtrouwi ami glided into tue ktMties Then Mrs. Iiriggs recognized it as a Mack snake. While luuBiatr, the tramp had more than oaee half turned and shaken h3 net angrily at bis hostess. In a quarter tf an hour, however, be wont back to the IwHite and apologized for his rash demofittralioB. He adinitUxl that be kad doae Sirs. Rrigge the injustice of up) oalag tkat she had '.u som way put ike snake iuU bis packet as a practical juke, lledtn lion bad shown blm that ibis was improbable, aad be was eon viatulnow tkat tke reptile kad crawled into sowe part of kU Uttered garataaU wkile ke ww slaeidate ia tke gra and tattkiag cold. He was willing to let bygoaae be bygoaas and eat kis kreak faat as tkougk nothing had happened lie was allowed to do so. Wekly h-ieuritou to l'n Mar lU I'ssiMylvisBla Kallroad, la ittim to wd tke people ol WMklag taw KMUftuuttits ot Madiag a day ou BioBBtwa top the Pennsylvania lUflroad has arranged to me kiy ski: urates to Fan Mar. Wednesday is tke day 8 xad, aud tke exeiuatoae will be ran on eadt Wednes day ol tk suawvar trow July ai to Aua-ust artkiatlunlve. Tke roaad-Uti rate wilioaJy be II. W, tickets to be good aajyou tke spatial train ia each direction. Tie apaeial will lae kaltiiBOW and Fotowac Kallroad sUtioa, ittatk sad B street, at :U a. at . ami ran tkiougk to tke atoMaisias via the Jsatatsnttfe and Putosaae and tke Wassaru netutu trip at iJtt . m. Pan Mar is a aangjktstti ksaea sar a uat uutt day's outiag, ud tkate weekly trij wUJ wove a great bum to tke estUaa el YaanianMMfc- fM.au XiuAtUU drnmlta. Wtfe Tea ata bttkiad voui tkana v wm ii sppr eiawspssspp j?wann miqsjsjiy tkkj Hiiitatt iifi Vi i I kAd to iiu ca wx- sariaesiswaa WJ "Sj sW wP ajpjamp TF ti rk. Wiia-It It a long day's vk fiott VMnos UAsltt fr'fri'M'e 90k UMiSHaaW liuihind ll'i a nasttr Uum ai. tkat'. lm- ew wnj p ssaV HP mMP sjps99ft naRp JWa kad U d! HinhsMl Wrtte us kW ataika aW sw spnaeavsnssas an apF W TPW PMP WfW - - - - - JltHatfliaUl. alattaJLSBSa. tfsnalialskaT tlf H aliiJ 111411 leniiiaiuiu p vsfewcsspjisptBv " ssapjsjyw esjpjeaPp lu 'tfiar w ik- nf tettt jdatf ' o tM& iftM mini m ol ymM o vkdt tke laawnt audi iumU U t t &dford awiogs, Iks Haiti tuoti and Ofcte katlfoad fas placed oa an um attacked. ievfai Wankingtoa at fc3 a tn dUj.y, cXlcoI Suaiid sod arririag at EnOiofd iiJU.a U ill p. so- aw , btoiit) iL ,',Jntfmrlwiil Cor dilttttif kV)U a t trip rate V '& Tke Uam ekeduied -1 uTUiog lo c-j uj;. j d ei.-oiiJ'-.yLji ajJ ateas lllliU go.g LBMOM SLIXlft. A IMennt I.emon Drink. Fnr MHrmenws and eonettpatton, take I.enwi EHtlr. w indfgestfon rrd fen! stomseh, take Lemon Elttir. For trk and nerttwis hendsehes, take I.emon F.Hh For sleeptesstiess ami net stmsmrw, take Inwn ETfttr. For foes ot appetite awl deMWty, take Lemon FJlstr. FwnTert,eeflhimt rsltrta,taht Imon Ellttr. Inwn EBtlr will not ftrtl jwt In any of the sbnre diseases, all of whroh arise from a totpM or dhwaced Hver, stomach, Wdtreys, ttowels or bmorl. rrewrred only hy IH. II. Moir.sr, At lanta, (In. 0f. and $!. per bottle. 9oM by drng gists. A l'rnmlnent Minister Writes. After ten years, of treat snITerrng from Inrlltestfon, with great nervons prostraMon, Wltmttnese, disordered kidneys and eoustt patton, I have been enred by Dr. Motley's t.emon Elixir, stnl am now a well man. Her. C. C. I) wis, EM. M. E. Chnrch. Smtth. No. 9 Tatnnll st., Atlanta, lis. in. A Fugitive from Jnstlre Itrnnclit Hack, Officer Emory I'. Yard arrived In the city last night with William Bry ant, who is wanted here for an assault wllh Intent lo kill He was brought from Camden, N ,1. BRIGGS' E -Fort-SICK HEADACHE -IN ITS- Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms, TKSTtMONtAL. L. It. DROWN, M. D., 38 West Jersey st BMZAaSTii, N. J., June 33, 1339. Tlili Is to certify that I have mod for some months with much satisfaction, tho combina tion ot remedies, tor lleadaoho, known as RrlgffV neadacho Troehos. Tho remedy cores moroboadacbes, espoolally such nt af fect Nervons Women, than anything lam acqnatnted with, and It this certificate will bo the means ot bringing It to tho tavorablo attention 'of sufferers from that troublo.I shall feel that I have done thorn a service. l It. UHOWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by all Drucrclsts or sent by Mali on Re ceipt of Price. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., KLIZAUKTH. N. J. VSE CKKBS, bTEnUNO. MINNEOL.V. UOLDKX HILL E'liO'O'K And yon will always have boiutlfal Bread. Kolb and BUoolta. wholesale Depot, oor ner First street and Indiana avonno. WM, M. OAL.T A GO. elys catarrH mm un raTARgft $1,000 To Auy Man, Woman or Cliilill SullVriui; from CATARRH. Kotaiiann or HAY-FEVER snuff A partlue U applied Into ear h nr.-'rll and H agreeable. Vrice,U) etnts. at U isgUta. by mall, registered, GO cents. KLY BKUTHKKS, 58 Warren St., Mew Yorfc hayshISRHEILTH a & Kb UilB . Qui, kt y rrutovtt Danarutf ud zt9 Brill m in WWiUrbTali 4 SUtMHA-lL. M AltkliTUD l Si4 kjr a4 ltWf Ia I4 iMadt, sk OiAieJ tim tt Wc. by WtUMNBUil ii D ailWfMnf f tn -a GOOD COOKING. Ail who detiro goodcooiimia their u .ue L'u, J ase UEBIfl COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF. A slight additittH gires gft strengtk and Nxvat' te &), Satiets and 3Iade Diskas. Oae pooad U cttml to torty fouM ol iua beat, ul the value ul abuat J7.J0- Cwuuiua aly uitii lusoslwil nt .1 h i.iobi'K kluaturv iu bltta iuk ttt:rM IU lubwl. FRANK SHARPLESS, Washington's favorite mimtii sWI awsWwaje4(fJia' r kasaMl PMstt SaaW LsaJlBBmaBBW lkJlpt t spaaTT ptaip arsffrswiflSA Bttr Qum Nut OanciieK, Fin2 Bonbons. TROCHES fcERESp iPL. the :raie P a Si t. J BFSSaMi PK" f -rtm We.-tZm asaS X-fwiym asaNy SOrl The Great Bankrupt Sale HIE tailob-Ide clothing, Which is NOW OPEN, Wilt Continue for a SHORT TI7VTE ONLY, The recent failure of the largest elothlneflrm In thel'nlted States has jvtaeerl their IflHMtrse stock la ihe hands of tire trattces, who have shipped $IW,noo worth of the best chMhrtq; to washltinton, to be sold Regardless of Cost or Value. 1 he streets have rented the larite foor-story building, 311 Seventh Street, Below D Street. 7hl Is the Greatest Slanghter of Fine riothlne: ever knows 1b this eonntry. The object Is to convert this stock Into CASH within a short Hare. lien's Every-Hay rants, S0e: worthSl. HetterlOra-le rants, Sli voTth . All-wnol rants, in Cheviot, Worsted and fasolmere, at Jt.ft, reenlnr mice, SfcTS. . Fine Dress . ranis, In thirty styles, comprising Imported vorstetts. OhsttflWre, thevlots, $S.r $SJ, St and ; worth from S to 1:0. Men's Kvery-Day Snlts, St 90; worth $5 90. lletter grade, nearly all worn, Sll worth JS.B0. All-wool Cnevlol Snlts at $C ; wcrth JH Nobby Ilres SnMs, In twenty styles, comprising Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots, Onset mere, Tweeds, Ac , at Hi 50 and 810; worth fW. Fine Imported Worsteds. Diagonals. Corkscrews, WWe Wales, thirty styles, at $1 ami $15; positively worth $ or money refunded. We call yonr attention to a nnmber of Merchant Taller Made Suits whreh were made to measure lor fSC, $10 and )!. to bo sold at l.HSS THAN HALF TRICK. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY. Knee rants from ISc. np. Kallor Suits, from 4 to 12 year, at toe. Large I.lneot Mohair Flannols, Serges, Pongee Silk, Alpaca Coals and Vests. Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, forty stylos, at 30e.: worth $1.S5. Bear In Mfndi Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect In Every Respect and of Tills Season's Production. GREAT RA1RUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Si, Below D Steel E. L. MITCHELL, Manager. James B. Iiambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. THE NATIONAL Safe Deposit Co OP WASHINGTON. Chartered by Spools! Act ot CongreM, JANUART S. 197. CJtPITRL - aoo.ooo F0RTH5 SAFE KEEPIHG OP VALUABLES, mOSll GUARANTEE, AND TUK RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS UUROLAIt AND FIRE-PROOF VAULTS, Contained Is tu FIKE-PHOOP UUILDINQ, N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave. OIT081TE U. 8. TREASURE OFFICE HOURS. 9 A.M. TO i V. M. J FALLS ICE i OmCE: 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Wholesale and Retail Dealers la KENNEBEC ICE. Our Wagons go to All fart of tbe City, Iucludlug Jlouut PUataat. CALLS-SOB, m ami S. Look Out for the White Wagons ! JOHNP.AGNEW&CO WhoiMl aad HttUU Daalw ia Anthracite aid Gesrge's Creek Caal, OFFICS: 1181 Pa. ave (Coteoiaa Baildiag). YARD: Cor. A t. aaj 11. ar. TELEPHONE: Office, 51M; Yitd, 978, r.ty Grand, Upright and Squire PIANO-FORTES. bpecM atteuuoa ol iMKhautt U Uivitixl tu vbr "S1W ABTla'f IC STYLW " IrHaalaWsBm ttt aMaaaW U& rusm o KjtNT tweosd asJai Haaw at All rtkei. Wm .Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space liurzxA axu Htuni.tt.i.lfTa. NEW YORK BUFFET, 4T8rfSTWPK.W. stoat aaA Msatt Uaaau ta Urn etoy. ta- A4JOS H. OligXMJJL Vcgotttaw FBXMfT7, ysistivmrff x. c. Ajityajaii atairjf U,4AVuuia, T" aaaaaalaw-a w. SsaaaVaaal SaWJaMAIaaal SttttiaVCal ytopftatar. Vi s s avhvsia, liaia trf PallaaMat tat. SaMMa. ronattfr. WO' WWaX. SQWKB! ll-A5i. Wit aTJUUtl ASU If A A'. X r M'Gllil WALLACE, Printers, 110? I! Street Northwest. Tho OMott Bstablisbed Print Ins Uoum In Wasblnxton. FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WOKE UNSURPASSED UY ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY. A Special Line ot tho Lateit Novettlo tu Wedding Carili antl Invitation Daniw Pro grammes, cto., wltb Eorelopos to Ststor, Jatt recetreJ. I.KOAI. WUIIIC A HrKCIALTY Ami Erery Kind ot Rook Printing Ezoentedan at Lowest Rates. TELEPHONE CALL. -?. UNrRECEDKKTSD ATTRACTION! OYER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. iBoorporatatl br t)e LaI.Iatura for ftluea tloaalaml charitable wir(KWii, anl IU trail abbe mad a part ot Um rtrwMt btate Oon IlliitUm.lu lTV, by an orEHwiiisutisfu pore uk vorr. IU GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS take plaee Seml-Annuallr Uuh ami Depemberl. and Us GItAND SINOLB NUM UElt DUA WINGS take piaoe ta eaoli of the utbertau ntoRtb la tbe yoar, and are all ilrawuln iwWio. at tbe Aeadewyof Muilo, New Orleaas, La, B"We do bereby certify tbat we saperrlsa the urraueawnt fur all tbe Monthly and keatl Aituual Drawlagsol theLouUiaaa State Lottery Co., aad la penoa raaaage and eo trot tbe drawlnai thenwelre., aad tbat tbe hu are eoaducted witb booatty, UlruoM and laneodfaltb toward alt parti., uwl we aHtborixa tbe eorauaay to ue tbu oertlficate, whb rae riajile. of our .ijaature4 attacaed, ta it. advertisement.." CaiuiaU.toner.. A- the aadcrUaed bask aad baaser will nay all itciw drawa ia tbe LoiUita M.t LottcrfaM wktoh taay be preeeutad at uarajuuiiH,' K. M. WALUiLSY. Pfe.'t La. Nat. Kiak, P. LANAVX, Pree't Mate Nat. bleak, A. BALDWIN, Pree't N- O. Nat. Haak. I AKL KOHN, Pres't Uakat Nat. Baak. bKAKD MONTHLY UKAWIN8 will take place AT TKE Al'ADlkYOP MUiiC, WSW OKLXAKa'. Tl ESPAY.JVLYta. W. nvmi mm. . . .tuil,iu . iiiuu sf(ni,i Mtf.OWTitkeu at ia Balfae, Ssfe (iaartara, $6; Teatlu. U; Tweatletba. St list or ruzmt. 1 PsH88 OF SSW.UW U SI 1 rmi ur aawaw u 1 PjUZi OF 50.UWU iPUUtor MUMare.. . IPBUttOF MaWara.... fPIS0' LataM.... Mi FloaWOF Sfitfaae..... an PfiaTtSOF Ware ai aw rsiajsa.or was ItiiiPtisasol jtWaia littPttuttuf aw are tfioPitiasuf Mx .. WJM Trayiia'ei. yuuiSff' aSa1SSS:.::::::::.:::;:::: 81JM lTiiHf tftafWBtlattff lO AftSKSf WAJJTOtlVBMYWEEiOt, riT oa cu-s axas or aay furtba ana jaatT w ebb " ' v-- - - .1 -- .., r Rvn aaa slaaiaer assa e1if'f se van taMl heaasaBid as mat aa ecTalui aarta you loll ad IMPOStAa'T. U. 4. OAUPHIN, WW Qriaaai, La, Mm mjatswsi Letter totnudjs- Cur f OJUJtAbia NATlOitaL JsaKC. Maw Otioaa, U. taat tLe ""'"' of Prtaea HKD MY tGbm MATlOJfAL w Orleuu. n:.a I he tfadTatu us by tbe Piwddeut ul aa Instlturmo eaaru..a iULt tr rocoanlund la the court- lometure, Ue4re uf all Uftl or auuBj iai..uji aihemcci." tht tue arrswus uwn TKD8TATM luu decked that the Loabdasa Slate! Lijltoii Co hma a COS TSACT Witb u.u state of LuuUaoe. wbtob DOfOt biOT JtXi-lKE UTIL JASUAAX I In .jf Main Store,. 916 7th Pa. Ave. and WHEATLEY BROS, DEALERS .tN L.UMBBR AND FACTURERS Of DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. ) Corner 7U1 st. and R. I. avc, Washington. YARDS y ) 334 south side Water St., West Washington, GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BO ILERS, $ 1 . 1 5and $ 1 .50. MAKE TEA OR COFFEE Iti 10 OR 15 MIH0IE3, 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. FOD SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,' 7VYcELb ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Engravings, Etchings and Water Colors of the Latest Publications. KRT NOWELTIBS, AttUtlc FramlaiMB Gold, Wblte ami UoW, Ivory, UUflue, Sllrsr, Oik, Cherry, "Ikfaolntho Ftoreaoe Leaf, as beautiful a Gold; very durable and at a VKItV HpeobU atteatton jwbl toIteitlldlaBOld Frames ana Furniture. Weddlnxaml Iilrtbday I'reeentd. GOOD BOARDS. $1.15, -KT- SixTn St. and New The Celebrated North Carolina Boards - AT $1.15 PER 100 FEET, OR $11.50 PER 1,000 FEET. Tfcfci if tktt Lswit I'rtee Owl Lumber itu vr imekml, as all old WIIMWW WW LlBBEY, B IBBEY, J3ITTINGEB milM IN IJMBEK AK1 MILL W0IK. BUY YOUR TRTIIES AID IAEIESS 43 eteveftUi. UL M W , St. Branches, 1221 41 1 7th St. ALL KINDS OF I 1JY THE York Ave. N. w. - UMSW u I IB. & M ILLEB -s uCAt tu Odd yaiows' Haul KAlr.ItOAI)'?. s-s v - s-' The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Double Track. Splendid Scenery fitel Hslls. Msrnificwit Equipment! In effect Mat 11, 1M, Trains leave WwWnjrton, from stun.ip cor ner of Sixth and fl streets, as fo lows. FW Frrrwitnte and the Wert, chlosffo Limits 1 Express of Fnllman Vestibmed Cars ar. 10.90 a m dally; ratt Line, 10 to a m dtliv tomlttmrms and St. Lonl. with sicpltiir, irs from rjttbnr to Columbus, daily, oxeent Sataway, to chlrarro, with sipppln Car Altoona toCblcao. b Lonl,chl. ao and Cincinnati Express, 3Wpm dally. Farlor Car Washington to Harrhbure and Sleeping Cars IlarrMbnrc to st Loni, Chi io and Cincinnati, and Plnlnir Car liar Hsnnrjt to 8t. Iinl. Western Kxprei, at 7.40 p m dally, with Sleeping car Washing ton!! to Cliloaeo and St Lol, ronnti tin dally at Ilarrlsmirt with throuehsiocperj for Lonl'vllle and Memphl. l'.-vflflr Kt press, 10 00 p m d.lly.for Plttsburt and tho West, with throngh Fleeper to Fittsburt, and rittsburx to cbl( igo. BALTIMORE AND PoTOMAf ItAILROATJ. FOnKA'ra. Canandalfrua, Itodiostcr aid Nl nenra Falls dally, except Sunday, 8 to a rn. For Ems. Canandalana and Rochester dnilys fornnlTaloand Niagara dally oxreptSat urday, 10.00 p m, with Sleeplnsi Car Wash ington to Rochester. Fern Wit.tiAMronT, Lock ltaven and Klmlra, at 10. SO a m daily, except Sunday Fnn WttttAJisronT dally, 1.30pm. FnaPnit-AnEirniA, Now York and tliKa''t, T.W. 9.00. 11.00 and 11.40 a m, S.10, 3 It, 4 , 5.10, 10.00 and UM p m. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40am, 3. lo, 3.1S, 4 so, 1000 and II spm. I.lmltel Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, P.tO n m dally, except Sunday, FonNrwYonK onit, 1,1 ml I (vl Express with Dining Car. 5 00 p. m. dally. FoaPntuntiriuA only, Fat RxpreM 8.10 a m, wcek-day, and 4ippm dally. Express, Sunday only, S. to p tor Ton Dosros without cbanse, 3.13 p m every aav. Fon UnooKtVN, N. Y., all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Ilrooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferrlaco acrou New York City. Fon Atlantic Citt, 11 40 a m week -days, HJOpm dally. Fob IlAtTiuonz, 0.SS, 7.90, 8.10. 0 00, 9 ,40, 10.00, 10.M, II 00 and 11.40 a tn, 12 05, a 10, 3.1 3.30, 4 CO. 4 SO, l.tO, 5.00, 5.40, 0.00, 7 40, 10 00 and HJOpm. On Sunday. 9.00.9.0 10.50, 11.13 nm,5.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4.00. 4.20, 5.00. 5.40,0.00, 7 40. lO.OT-.fld 11.30 pm. For Porx's Cneric Ltsx, T.S0 a m and 4J0 p m dally, except Sunday. For AKXArott.. 7.'J0and 9.00 a m, 12,0.1 nnd 4 a) pm dally, except Sunday, Sundays, 1 .30 pm. WASHINGTON SOUTIIEKN 11AILWAY. In effect Mat II, 1890. Fon AtzxANimiA, 4.30. 0.38, 7.4S, 8.40, 9.1$, ll)A7 a m. 1S.0I noon, 3 05, 3.30. 4.8. 4.5 8.01, 8.0 lO.osnnd 11.30pm. On Sunday at t.30, 7.45, 9.15, 10.57, a tn, 2,30,0.01, 8.02. and 10.05 pm. AtrojiMortATios ronQiusTico,7.45a m and " 4t5ptn neck-days. 7.43 am Sunday. Foil llirtiMONDand tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a mdnlly. Accommodation 4.55 pm weak days. Train Icavo Alexandria for Wahlncton, 0.05 7.03. 8.00, 9.10, 10.13. ll.07,a m; 1.S0, 3.00, 3.50, 5.10, 0.05, 7.03, 9.SU, 10.37 and 11 01 p m. On Sunday at 9.10, ami 11.07 am; 2.00, 5.10, 7.0 7.S9, 6S0, and 10.37 pn, Tickets and Information at tho ofllce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station, where orders can bo left for the chocking of bagKaso to destination from hotels and resi dences. .1, n. WOOD, .o . ..--Ooiera'rassonirer Agent. C1IA8. E. rvon. (lenetal Manager. Ilalliniorc nnd Ohio Hail road. Schedule In Effect June 13, 1330. Leave Vla.nington Irom station corner ot AcwJtreey avenue and C street. For Ciiicaso and Northwest, Vctlbalot Limited exptess dally lljo a m, expreis djo p m. Fon Cincinnati, . Loul.and Indianapolis, cxt re dally. 3.30 and 11 so p tn. "9,,L,''ltTBl"R1 aIHl Cleveland, express dallr 9.3rt a. m and 8.40 n m. loKlxxiKniott and tlnts In tbe Sbona , dcali Valley, ll.so am. For Vi hetii nnd way Statlom t3, M p m Fon I v bat t.ai and 8.4 0 p a. Fob IlALTisiOHr, week day.. 4 0. 8.03, S 1 7.10. 7.t0, (S.0O45mlnule.).83O,9!M. (11.00, IS.tO. llmlDiitoO a m. lie.io, s 15,i2M,4V nilDUte)(3l5.45nilnuteO3j3,4.!W,4.30, 1 t., t.:o, 4 5-m! nil to) 5.S0 0 00, 0.15, 0 20. 7 10. 4.06. 7.W. 7.30, 8J0. 9.) a m (U.00. 41 mla iites) 1.00, S.I5, (S.50. 45-aInute) 3. 4 !M. 4 36, (4.tO, l.imlunlo)) 0.00, 8.13, 8.20. 7,-M. , 8 8S. 10.80. 11.30 p m. ' ' ' 1 on Wav bTATUiM Ijotwcen Wmblugton and i S.,.I,7.T? BC0' -.8.3C a m, 12 10.3.33, 4.32. 5,lS.R ? Sandays.S.SO a m.'l.oo. 3 25, 1 32, B.2II, 11 ) p. m. Train, ixavx Iialtimohe for Washington, week day.. 5.00, oo, a.so. 7 13, Ta). 8 00. 8 30. 83A. 9.30 and 10.20. 10.35 a in; 1200.1J.10. 2.10. S.30, 2 50, 4 CO. 4 13, 5.00, 8.00, 0 20. 7J, 7.80. 8 20, 8.30, 9.00. 10.10. 10.20 and 11.00 p M bundays. B SO. 7.15, 8.30. 8 33. 9.10, 10.20, 10 i. a ni; lJ.W. 1 XtS. S. 10, 2 30, 4.15, 5.OT, 6.20, 7.00, 7.30. M.SP, 8.80, 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 pm For ANArou. 0 35 and 8 so a m, 12 10 and 4 30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4 32 p m. Leave Annapolis 8J5, 8.37 a m, tt.0S.3Jd pw, hundays.8 30 am, 3 53pm. FoSiJATIO,, ou lb8 Metropolitan Ilrancb, tfap. Ih.so a in, U 15 p m. For princlpai statloiw only, tie. to a tn.. 1 1 30 and h 30 p in. For liw.Kuu.xand Way btatlons, tl.35p m. FonAiTHisiuHa and Intermediate points, rlitAtJ."tWpamB' tW t3W' ' For Uu' and Intermediate stations, '7.00 u. Cut ik ii train leaves Washington on Sunday at l.npm.ktopj.lneatall utatlom rsiMot rupi)lllan Ilraneh. P?f "Hr.ueaicKt 80 18.30, 9.30, tlt,30 a tn. S1.15, ta to, tl 30pm. For tlAeeasTowtf, tlO. Ham and tS. p m. Train, arrive from Chicago dally at 11 H a m and 1 10 r m: from Cliu-lnnall and fet. LouU daily 3 so a m and 2 05 P in: from I'ltt.burc 7.10 a m, 3 so p si dally. NEW YORK A, PHILADELrniA DIVISION. Fuj i New Yuhk, Trenton, Newark, N. J., aud Elisabetb. N.J, l.08, t8.(o, woo. i20da M..2.5o,4.soaad .op. m- Buflfet Parlor -mm aU day traiiu. bleepuiCaronthd W SB p. m . open at 9 Co p bi Fur 1'HiLAinri.rHU, .4 06, r8.ro, 10J. 'UM ncMui, Sii, m jo, l it aad 10.l p. m. Fok Newark, Dai. Wlluisatoa aad Cliester, !., 100 a.m. 12Wuoou, i.W ,'l.W, 3.n and !. i,bi. Fun intekmi'imate doIb t bet wa Ualtimore and I-Uladpbla,t5.(aaBd7 20a. m ,tU10, 'I.Gll P. Ui. Tbain leave New York for Washington. . ti 1 32 a, m, sja, s. , S4W p m. B,i 12.15 bijfiit. Tiuin Uh.ve PfaUsdliUa lur Wi.Ulnjton, i , u. ., u.a a is, ti to, . 8.58, I.M p. Fob Atlantic Citt, 4i aad W 00 a in.. liO) Buu. W oe i m. Sundays, ll t u nil I UtMbOuM. FOK BAY 81DGE. Wbsav I.AVS. .!Sa at.. 1.3, I : p m. Sua- day, a afi a w.. 1 30. a if v iu. Liam: Uav HiDct.w. ek itar, (.30, 8. id pa. fcuutay. i 0u, ee v ui tKxuept buuday. lUUy. jSuuday r.aly. nuwace called fur aad tbekI frum Uolcl and rltUa,e by I'liion Traiuter i . on urders led at ticket oflke. 619 aad 1151 Pa ate. aud at depot J. T. ODILL, CHAS O. MILL, ken Manager Oen FaJ Ag't Chesapeake ana Ohio Railvvav, "NoniiTc- ? Scandal la ect RU UTt Miirt.ii i. lM. Trwlu Unvt VaktB Upot, blltii iuid B treet. 10J7 m for NnwpuU New. Old Point CosUurt aad Norfolk daily Arrrtve In ObJ Point at f k . aad Norfolk at 8.44 p n. 11S4 a sa Ctnrtnnatl Sxpreaa. dally, for statb-ba la V trgiiiia, Weat Vu-ginia. Jtuat U'.-k in t'larltiiiaif Veatttmle aleepara tbtuaab wltbum ttauuje to Clai-lBaatl. arriving at ? ii 11.W p u-V V. V Vestibule Uailted, daily. mtlld traiiu with dining earn rua taeuuia wlibout cuaage to Cinnhmmi. Veatltale Stosiistf tuf LejLbwtost aiMl lit mi Is villi ?ull ssmi can an opuu to reetstve iBtsmteaars at JUJSltlOAZ. it POSITIVE 0,rll l NEKVOOS Dsn.rrft r'TTT? "C 'W.aluieM ot BJy uui Mini JOtM J - JL-VJD 0 Error gr Exccuc IU 0U iU XtlUSZ- X..I.O.I. U iauOb full, U ...i, J. Uu lu (aUn.ua aU aWaia I iLtul tu um jM.tf.lir! . u. ly t . ulfj I rrua, ii NU1... TrrrtlurU- m.4 forelait luiuurlfM, !turiiuirti Ut. Bwuk, rt.ll iuU., Jua, iu.4 nruub mvmm tJi b. AAarw tm HiitCAt EC., UttAlI, 8. t I pro-nD aaa raiiy a ddraa !'.( u Uil M9 ui i Sc 'or the ewlala earn ul uiaa nww . .. n U Ii 1SJSAHA V ft, ABiaUt&aa!, si T. We have sul.1 ill, Ota4 . . u .J ir k4L ttA J" "7 aivan i V0 Ml l4Uk4 Ui. lHIW U Jt BYl HE a ca I. Ul ". U SI. M. Ku.dby urucslafc CWICMCSTCB S CMCLISM PEKHYROYAL PILLS, 1U4 CruMfc lHiiiAuJ Uj-uLuiI. dUt""'Mm-4 Url ,U. Si. iff- Mim cu !! i u km , mm Ato, "5 i. 1 tlL At ntk. iimt 'J " MUUt-f fur I-4s f t3rP4 sM tW i r.-. fTlni4r.., fifipa I 9n fflBiffli jfB i ATSBirwLAk