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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1890.
CThe Daily Critic
PUT BPIttlAliS.
IttT Onrrlasre nod Netttcenttorf,
IfKttM MM a great fwn on those parlor
fftjSlbt carrtatres and refrigerators, tnliy
WW w them, and no family should, fr a
n)Mttt,be xMtlwnt thorn. The stork ire din
platf emtiraees the newer styles, the best
make and the lowest price. TM benefits
nfonr credit srstctn afe always at thedts
pMftl of oar enstomer. Therefore, tvrinc
wm nroner yon nave ana nor ww Ton
. mat is
the rat at Ifmtitait'a nimi
torn Carpet and Wore Stores, lit and 9S.
Jtli street northwest.
UnnRhton
fo.'A Unpreeettenteil
dneetwent.
In-
The cheapen ret- Jnt read their bargains
in ftrrnltnre: l oak hrrrean, I h-dtesd, 1 wash
Hand, I pair of feather pillows, t extra large
oas table, fine rwd chains I wire mattress -all
these serrteeable and desirable artl.-les.
ttsefnl every day, for the mai snm of $r, rt
Agam they offer a chairs and a is footet
tMith) table for the snrprMnff and ntiprere
aened price of Sto.OB. And acatn. r in yon
spate the small nm of w if so. ee our 7
Wece oak rttnlnc room suite, It is a daisy, and
the r1re It almost nominal.
W. H. Horosrroji A Co.
join im P st a w.
Thn National Sato lpwlt Onrntwnj-,
tr. 13th St. anil N, V. Arenmi,
.SteTaB far
Sttrerware, Jewelry. Laoes,
and valuables of all kind,
irate. Safe deposit boxes For
ry lowest rates.
Snrlnc Intmli.
rwe Hsnt
UrtHI Bn4vllrMCa.
real at the very lowett rates.
Far sprtwr lamb and WaoMngtnn dreamt
.f2I?.r Kel'r. ltBh street wle.
Cestrt Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth awl
K streets.
Ortlnlneit Tor Missionary Work.
Hot. W. A. Carrlngton, at a meeting
of lbe "Washington Presbytery last
night at the North Presbyterian Church,
wag ortlalncit for missionary work by
Hie ceremony of the laying rot of liamR
He will probably be sent to Hrar.ll.
The charge to Sir. Cirrlngton wag de
livered by Hev. T. S. Wynkoop, and a
tttmon was delivered by the Hev. Mr.
Miller. John i:. Stuchell was received
under the care of the Presbytery for
preparation for the ministry. The min
isters present were Itevs. William 8.
Miller. iMr. Mcllvanc. J. T. Kelly. T.
S. Wynkoop. C. H. IUmwIell, Thomas
J-ulIorton and N. Oibb; Klders Keyser,
Doctor Hughes and T. H. Linton.
Bllclilsan Veterans,
The cx soldiers of tho First Hcglment
ot Michigan Infantry, both of the
vthrco months ami three years' service,
WH1 hold their annual reunion at Sagi
naw, illicit., next week, In which
Colonol Charles P. Lincoln, Deputy
C ommlssloner of Pensions, will take a
prominent part, and has been Invited
to deliver the oration. General Ira C.
Abbott of the Pension Uftlco Is presl
dent of the Association or Michigan
olcraiM. Colonel Lincoln will also
deliver the oration at the State Kn
campment of tho Sons or Veterans at
I anting. Mich. Colonol Lincoln Is an
able orator and very popular with the
w Idler clement.
l-nrlcir Cars to Deer Turk mill Ouklitml.
( owMepHpR Saturday, June 81st, the
B &. ). R. R. will attach a rullman Buffet
VVHf . C,".r to lbe -'Wcgo VeUbulel
Ilmltetl Kxpresa leaving CautlH 8Utlon
10 aO i. in, Vhlgton, 11:80 a. m ; ar
ii Ting Mat Ieer l"rkl: p. m.. .Mountain
Lake I'atk, 8-40 p. m ; OskUml, BI5 p. in.
K. tuftilna- the car will be placed on the
' hlcafti Vrstlbiilet I.lmlte.1 Kxprese leav
inn (Jreftou 8.:H a. in. and I)er I'ark at
in ."0 a. m., arrlvhii In Wuhluirtun 4. in n
tn
Haltlwore, 5.30 p. m.
.HliNw-Uasiett,
The BiiptlaU of JUm Helen Corlnne
TJiutbcr, daughter of Mr. CleorgeT.
IbiKtt, and Mr. George Francis Shaw
were folemnlMd last evening at tli
JIttropolltsn I'rwbyterlan Church on
t'apltttl HHI. tbe Ituv. Dr. Chester oltl
elating. A lurge audience wltnnd the
ceumtitiy. Mr. Kdward Mile wm the
Krnont a best man. A reception wa
held at the resldcacu of the bride's
parents, on Kt Capitol street, after
which lbe happy couple left upon a
rtottberB bridal lour. The presents
wcr numerous and handsome.
I.ikiUIdk Tor a New Contract,
President Andrews ot the New York
Ream Heating Company and Attorney
AYoed of the loltsd VAt trie Light
Company, New York, were at the
Treasury Department yesterday to see
about having the contract renewed for
beating and lighting the U. S. Court
House and Pnttoltk. Xo action was
taken by th Department, and the con
tract Will not be settled for several
Uaji.
The (ireat
iiaai.rutt Sale of Clotbiaif
whh.li
goiag on at at: neveuth atrwH.
4111 ciMiUauec. Vine Mta'd.
rnilhweat
EJ. LS" Bh' ClttthiiMt taWag at
IUU rrlre. The sccotMHa of Uu bw ibjuU
l-o netUeti at uuce. Call awl Me and com
pint Mice. SI I 8evctfa aUeet umik et.
tke MvettiaeauiBt on fourth page.
Tlit.fl of Valuable I'lapert)'.
Inspector ttwinOka was notined yee
Uiday that M utilh of property kad
Ices sioltB ficm Hi. Uotdoa XcKey
if No. IT4 Maawekuactti avenue. TImi
(uu.ily wns ktoleti while kh wm
ay iivau Ufu. sjmI tawr ate ausph;
l.T.i, but Ik tbeft baa not as yet Lhmni
liand to any ve. Tkate was f-j.OdO
w nh nt tfiauMuis awl jwlery in
Lukf oraw-r ikat uUgkt juat m well
lave Uf taken, but H U Ibougkt tkat
Hi tklel was frigktcacd away bafora
U faUkid bU work.
Ifclita UMUars la Ttwwbl.
It took all day Wednesday for thu
lial ktsMti k lMlgale a tartala dinY
i uii y tautl kasj cet urrtd between Oflkts
biat-k 4 Curtis, and alao tc and ol
netkar omn IVack and lUaua kad
(obdHtafst Ifcwnwl uktMiaudy.
Ike tatter tkxaw tuaanaWa at oi
lou aadilaifditfcwi ckajn in a mh-
Ik
m i Utetd- Tke U a
l'toaWCt si dascniasaJ tat tkat taut laat
imfismnfd uut-
II. H. TiwkM. aMw W. e.
ctAigts) wUk oUaiiOng anuaey
1 ! iwrtnna e and Maienctd
ScUt,
to on
u miga)ciay by Judge Wwkais am
W t. tsly. kad kk m&cm tat add
)JW Imixtbutto giv Umm kx tk
iov Jkgatlos) ot ottUtk alkgad facta
thai Mjr bttut baMHriM to thn WtM&m
atieCnwi.
Waas-f Trails t hmtf.
1 O. UacHiaaU Vaalihal.: JLuautad
1 v sas Uiasiag Cnului aUattea at iM p.
w - Waafclmtton ai 3.3 p. a., ukt
wmacs-Uua at likiwuiiduak JuucUoa
it k Lutaj ICiytom, acrivivg at Liuai
i naUy, nxusi Sunday. Kuuud
in, lkt, iucUniiag wiuillun to Uw
c u m, m anl at m. Jt o. uc.
i-t
to
I
of I.
u.t.1
ut ,
tun,
Llii
UUt
aUc
Lawlrigau. u twBlvjv
flfsawrtat Frtetukg Odkc, wko
u n. amkifM iu vw id ikji can
i-Liiu-tem aad aWidiua' Hoom
,i u.i wttekaaee. It catti co-
Ui U.J Tfe doctM aawt it
i.cuJ wcl bsuwaavevSj kc
. J Liit kccO d
.IXU
i
i
.
Li . 4tit i-l Itf
..clL
a dire
1 .. -o
Tw t. .
ur Lu y v.U.,1
i'l Kou'a Funtattva FaUata-taaoruri-
.i aad ouiy zewOna UU1 Ul FUkt,
lUi.
HlftH SCHOOL C0MMENC1XENT.
A I.nrre era (trntfimMsd Cemr)tt
uh in I'urHis.
Lincoln Music Hull wm bwmtlftilly
decorattd last tight with flags and
strentners, on the occasion of the gtarln
atlng esetrlaes of the Washington
mgn wnooi pnmis, after a three years'
conrse. On ihe stuge waa a row of
palms, inrmonmed by a floral scroll,
bearing lh motto: "Apt Vf Agi."
The hall wae crowded to overflowing.
The voting lady graduates, wearing
white dresses, ami the youths, who had
donned Prince Albert snlta. marched
on the stage at about 8:80 o'clock.
Other on the stage were Commissioners
lturlase Mine ami llobert, ltevs. H. It.
Shippin. T 8. Hamilnand A I). Mayo,
Profi-teor II. C Spencer, Postmaster
Poss, prwldent of the school board,
and Suptrlntrndint Powell. The Ma-rini-
Hand furnished the music.
t ommlssloner Ionglas, In his Intro
iltirioiy remarks, said that the school
house has always been close to tht
hearts of the community. The year
Just closed had been one of remarkable
success. The attendance for the past
school year waa 37.500. of which 84.0XM
were white ami 18.000 colored. Next
year he thmight the attendance at all
the schools would be 88,000 white,
24,900; colored, 14,100.
The class valedictory was delivered
by Mr. C. 8. Albert, llemarks were
made by President Hossof tho Immu-iI of
inieteen ami Hon. W. C. P. Hreckln
rldge. and Hev. Dr. Tennis S. Hamlin
distributed the diplomas as follows:
dirts-T.tilu Spottawooit Anderson, Agnes
Carolyn Babbitt, Hattle Josephine liabWtt,
Florence Drayton lladen, Llllle l'orter
Bailey, Helle Bruce Banks, Mary Howanl
llayly, Bertha I.ee Bsnnett, Katherine Klla
Bohrer, Clara Marie Terese Ilrandt, Kve-
"' iwiiinn nreeu, i lara sauina Jlremmer
man, Kate Brewer, Mary Florence Buck
man, Mary Alice Burrows, Itma Gertrude
Callahan, (Jrace llrlnton Carrlngton, Chris
llije Fulton Carrstliers, (iraee Ostwrne
Christian, Alice Beatrice Cox, Susan Kd-
5?.l;d ,.C,"?jI. 8re. Kotlierlne Cuahlng,
Katie Belle Thorpe Davidson, Ella Louise
V?.1'' ,ltb, J erleT l'lkereon, Jessto
Minor Ditto. Mien Jayne Durham, Annette
Matte Dje, Lctltla Klllcolt Klllott, Ellia
lielli Louise Krb, OertruJe May Farabeo,
Ada May Farrlngton, Mary Vlrlnla Fen
w ck , Ma e May yitihugh, Amy Maliala
HetcUer, Mlna Katlinrlno Krlcdrlchs. Masle
Marenret Oardncr. Msmt l!ro1in cirn
I1T..U.I. r- ti .. ,. -'.... J .11 M
taiicii May Oeyer, Mary Amelia (IIII, Cora
.ugenla (Illletto, Alary Ella Cllllon, Julia
I
Ilosallo (looilall, Mlnnlo Harper,
Rllzabeth Ifodrlck. illiiDtt Louise
Marv
rlchs, Mary Diillr Ilelsley, .Martha llcliton,
Mary Alojsla Ilemlrlcks, Mao Douelass
Jack, Carolluo Sadie Jordan, Fannie Kauf
wan, Dello Flack Kenaston, Jennie Franks
King, Catharine Walker Koontz, Marie
Ainalia Kuhuel, Margarlto I.asler, F.llzv
licth Uneawcaver, Kdna l.tzzle I.lttle,
Naomi Martha Locklmrt, Kflle EudIco
LrHlgc, Ulamlliia Kllen I.utz, Helen
I.yoii, I.ticy Mailclra, fazla Anna Martin,
I.ula Mae McKlfresti, Klsle l'ome
roy McKlroy, Katharine Estelle Motlowan,
Jatinlc Hell MeUugldln, '.Mary Kllzabeth
McLean, Acne Maud McNaught, Florence
Ctalgle Mortimer, Kmma Mueden, Kltzi
Iitth fursli Musaer.Annla Ktlileen Nours.',
.Iinnlc Mary O'Dwyer, Margaret Umlse
Olltrrr, Alice Marv l'atks. Annie t.wl
iieiti
j'luce, Pearl Hery llpes, Mabel Piatt,
Isch Pollock, "Alice 1111m frescott,
lllancbe l.oule PiiIImI, 1!o Mlldre.1 Tur
iiuii, Arntlla Itakcrnaun, Klla Jane Itevl.
nuy!ieed llelley, Mary Frances r.lley,
Hipbla CotUnliam Itoblnwn, Mllilra.1
lelker, Henrietta i:ckteln Itogers, Anntc
hatle Keller, Mary fenn Kn, Carrl Mte
Ilotit, lbeoilola Itoealfo Itupll, KlUabetli
TUtiwas Scliutt, Anna (iertrtnle Sluw,
Margaict IWgar Sherman, Mary PrlaeUIa
Xhlptnan, llvna Sinister, Iaul Ophelia
Slumotis, Carrie Harper Sinlth. Kdui Maud
Siultb.Marlaii Smith, Ada Elizabeth anyder,
Maude Holland Sterllu, Florence Azoe
Stlilbain. Helen Klvlra MtwL-hri.t p.ii.i,
l.ela Bwartwout, Catharine Marine Marv
Sxectey, Jeanne lleatrlce Taylor, I.aura
OnrdouTtst, Amy (J reer Thompson, Iiura
Irglolii Thorn, Harriet Maria Thornburg,
Anua I.lpplncott TlKH-ne, RUia Daisy
Town, Maud Unora Tracy, KUIe KsUir
rroutioau, Ada Hatsett lyowkl, Flora
tike, Kata Vanaant, Marian Carlotta
eltcpbeloier, I.ula Alice Walker, Jeasle
Mat Wslllng, Marlorle Firming Warner,
I.lly Washburn. Aiinfe LouU Wataou,
Maud Ut4o, Mary Martha West, Joe
phlne Matou Wharton. Nannie Letitla
IJfc, S;Trlct, Soj'bU Wflleubuchor,
Daisy Adelaide Wllllaius, IJsala Elreano
Williams, Mary LIHUa WohlfarUi, Clara
yfL,.wS'L l'a,r,B Mr Youug, Lillian
rJUnthe ousg, .Marsuerite Bcstor Ziw
lueiwau. rtoys-C'levelaud Abbe, CbarleaSUuley Al
bert, Harry Jeremiah Alien, (ieorge Mauvil
lette AiulersOB, Frank Andrews, Cbarle
Andrew Aml. ir.. Alml..p Vfo'i.,,.
AbU.y. Edward Powell Halley, Cbarle
Hradenbaugb lUyly, jr., William Maclay
Bard, Hanv Kburu BaU-s, John Douald
Black, Fred Macon Bogau, (ieorge Henry
Brlisht, Mervyu Cbandoa Uuckey, Antou
Bunfaard, Justin Morrill CUawLerlm,
(ieaige Harmlngtou Cluudlee, Kuo
Bradley Clark, Thoiua Stereos
S'?,i, ,lJuw" Allen Adaiat Cook,
John Solon Cooper, Lludaay DouUoo,
Charles John Dtetz, Walter J ul Doukum,
Hairy Fredarkk Duukhorst, Edward
BuiilL Duvall, John Henry Dye, Cadwalla
der Curry Dyer, Alum BwiUhaw Fay, Faul
'm1. Joatph Herbert F..rd. filmiwl
Carroll Ford, Clarence Blcbard Fouatala,
(iUUsrt Muklull Foxwall, Jamea Gilllu,
J:?1! JI"ucU Oliver, David WUItneUl
OouJd, 'Thuasaa Edward (iraftou, Clarence
Lowell Hardiug, Fraukbn Wilton Hart.
Arvnto Hynn Haan, John I (amadou
HaurlUw, IredcU HUlard, J awe. Speacr
Hough, Edward Howard Jaam, Edwd
Baektrklier KUnball, Frd Carl Kloiu
aetuaidt, rusiurick Llarke Lawyer, Ed
ward Krul Uech, Keeve bsu. Will am
roruoua iH.kooa, kdvar lUiu
VI .
FaiLa Bsuiloli-h McBride. Fnd UlkJJ.
Jcbit McKsc. liarr
ry uraal Meeu, Ckark-a
U, Frank Clenuot New-
KIwioU MviMleukal
ut. Juna Ualian O'Laurkiau, Hom
Orritk, Edward Alfred Flatter, t'laranea
iJubub. FoUock, tfotfU Wriffht Fool,
Hilhata Paul Powell, Harry Albert Fre,.
jy, WUJJaiu MilWr 1'iuauu, Karl HaaUr
aUukbuTK. Einlly Williaiu Reialug r.
Cbailc F.awad Eiordoa, Charlea 3tpLu
f,t' Albert Thorpe Kyau.
Arthur BaUtoy Skclvun, Frank Herbert
ontg?isiiry Hunt Wcard, Fred
erick Kay mead alatcr, Ckarta Buvd
Suwart, Carl WUuaaa Fkkariag Stodder,
ktolt Farukaiu ), llorvea Tbaiuu
aa, Uauy Ilk, Juilu like, Augiut
ftS Vlft Abkutt ttevaar WalLar,
WUUaa Watkney Walker, Ytctwr HarrU
niUt, terdiaaiul Atbart Wetter, Harry
Harper Whipple, Gdell Long Whipple,
tkaric Truman Wttber, WUKau XcCat-BM-ot
WUaeai, Ckujeat Foot Wood-
tfl-lkEsa LM'kl.
tiixU Ansa Virginia Bahtotk, Laura
iUa. aVwtkstt. KEahetk Winuua BcU,
Augusia Julia Berumaa, France FUUbury
Mfcktvrd. Editk Aim Bund, A.4tUt Ho
rieUa Craisan, Kate Heuri Criap, ktary
Einita Datk ktary EUen Hewaton, Xary
. usuaa imiuu taariruusi z-rau-
gtoiic auiiuMn, tuuma HetiaLca
Mirf aaTlf
iwi Virginia
Miller, Ajou CecUi Maria
VikM, EcUth
Mart Farkar. ElLubetlt
caaun ruoae, atmbi raukave rtuunutu,
kUiy EUa Puauskrey, Battle Kay Bettor.
Mattfc) kluabclk Kogera, LuUt Catkadae
BuMilJ, Julia MtCarl SearW, Bertha Jeau
Mtu 8hw, Maa Kuru Tad, kVsiaBs
atuck.
Bb eUluuu Ftederitk Bargjuw. kr
Uiuj CartMBM Blsbijii, Aickki Wvbatex
Bruit u, Willi Burke, Gaurgw BjMtee,
ntvarn kugeue C'pp, Harry Lawruuce
t w,uor, Edward MukU Cak. AUe Xel
amu asbaott, 1'karlsw fiyoud Otiumy,
WUUaw Eiaur Eapay, CkarlM WUkar FU
ta, rramda Mukua FurUakg, laaafai Ed
ward Uatjpsa. -axthur EimsT Uawk, CLu
bt irsin tioajtord. EaaaMuel aUitataH,
rnuii. Martis Huadiey, tiaedon Ffcrtoy
kWvkir, Ckainca Franeb) kaees, Biusikddk
liwin Fkaupa, Cb-iu Wwiay kUjr,a7
aaund Uenry ttoavk &AiautfGkadias
Wwd Taylor. CkU) Laming Va Qown,
Clazk iugeraull WertcubaJttir.
''lbe aattrtak insBeates "partial vuns"
Tua yat Baakrupt date Cloisang
wkkk in guinc ' U iwasda) atanwf
north want &tn utiujm- nkn Man's,
Bfe'. awl u..jau, i iockiac aatfcdff at
Half Mcc. Tke nwmi id tka law awat
ba sttllad at once. Call u4 ttu aad cutn
Mrs wicea 311 aWveuUi street uurtkwcet
OU aavarUaeniaut uu tvoiUk page.
AFTER PROSBCUTOR ARMBS.
Cnlorwl rjltlfcn tteecnt AlleRml UN
treittment or Their llaeo.
The coloml cflimts of Washington
are mnch aroused ov th manner In
which Hutchinson has been treated.
Hntehlnton Ttm a police reeonl against
him that no man need be prowl of, font
ai the Mine time he seems in hr Mir
pull with the colored populace. They
sometime ajfe- held two Indignation
meetings orer him and discussed the
manner In which he had been treated,
ard last night there was another en
thusiastic gathering at the Pecond Dan
tlst Church.
The latest demand Is to have District
Attorney Armes removed for entering a
nolttprot. In Ihe Dean ease. It has been
known for weeks that Dean never hit
Hutchinson, but that another nfllom-
dld, and, If all accounts be true, be wa
justified In so doing.
Otienp Kxcnrslons to Atlantic Ultv,
Vln tho II. t).
On Friday of each week during June,
Jnly and August the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will sell excursion tickets to
Atlantic City, good a-olng on train leaving
II. A O. Depot at 13 o'clock noon and good
to return on any regular train to and In
cluding Ihe following Tuesday, at rate of
$5 for the round-trip.
BRIGGS'
E
-FOH-
SICK HEADACHE
-IN tTS-
Nervous, Bilious of Congestive Forms.
TKSTIMtlNIAL.
L. n. UROWK, M. D.,
38 Wost Jersey st.,
EuzABKTit, N. J., Juno 28, 1S39.
This Is to certify that I bavo nsod for somo
months with muoh satisfaction, tho combina
tion of rcmodtos, for Headache, known as
DrlKKS Uoadacho Trochos. Tho romody
euros raoro headaches, especially snch ai af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
aeiinalntcd with, and It this certificate will
be tho means ot bringing It to tho favorablo
attention tof inffcrora from that tronblo,!
shall feel that I hare done thorn n service.
L. 1L unowN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.'
Bold by all Drueirtsts or sent by Mall on He
celpt of Price.
BBIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
KLIZAIlKTn. N. J.
AW LA7E57
iOLM?
ELY'S CATARRH
CREAM BALM
In lVorlli
$1,000
To Any- Jlllli,
Woman or Cliilil
Aiillerliic from
CATARRH.
Notnllauldor HAY'FEVER
snuff
A particle Is applied lntoearh nostril and U
agrevable. I'rice, SO cent), at lruirlata; br
mall, registered, 00 rents, tsLY llKuTII Kits'
M Warren St.. New York.
.WONDERFUL 13 WSSl-EjEttli B Bl
rtUtmt. IIcMUhlwt,H'CBUUrseterr HAIR CclSSina.
11 Mi lulu croh. OuUklr rruioTM Vtairiitfi SaJv
Kim mm numiirsriit ,.4iii.bhi.h. HiKKtsikou
K..Ur. nil TIIUL lOUJtt su4 llkl.l.Mll. t IUU IUIB.
B4 br ul DMkr U TWii irtl.. w Bull! tnt Ht fu. br
i4Mi40aairvl7 Cth. H-SU lit 47t Je Vil4
GOOD COOKING.
All who de.Ire eocd cook lost la their hou
should UM
LIEBIG COMPANY'S
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
A
sli-lit
addition sires irreut
StlfUiftll
aud llnror to .Sunns.
Saucts aud Made Dishes.
Osa pouad Is equal tu forty uooaibt of laiu
Uf,of the value or about ;T 30.
Cieuuluo only ullli fur-iiliiillu or J
tun l.Iebljf'it kliiuliuo tu liluu iuti
ucruM the label.
I SB CXSBb.
STBRUKG.
JttNSBOLA.
(aOLDXN HILL
E'IiO0"R
Aad jes will alwaya aaa baaaaUat Braid.
Natal aad Bteeaett. WkasVaaata Dapot. aer
Rr Haat aasaet aad ImsHns avaavaa.
WM. M. QAL.T ft OO.
FRANK SHARPLESS,
Washington's
FAVMITE COMFECTiOJaER,
li UhCaVStt 4?
)lM. i$8 Jr Safiia,
FHal Nil id IdaCaflll fiafssatt
trrowhA mem,
Nut OandiM,
Fine Bonbons.
B ffl
TROCHES
1
magr TmTTMH
ggt.DiMHEr
KAYFEVERJ
ft Hja- wlil
ceres
The Great Bankrupt Sale
AILDR-MADE CLOTHING
Which is NOW OPEN, Will
Continue for a
SHORT TI7Ve ONLY,
The recent fallnreof Ihe largest clothing firm In the United States hs ntftoed their
Immense stogk n the hand; of the trustees, who have shipped $109,600 worth of the best
ciothreg to Washington, to be sold
Regardless of Cost or Value.
The agents have rented the larre fonr-story building,
311 Seventh Street, Below D Street.
xJW? J ,ne Greatest Wanthtef of F)nrto1Mn erer known la tWs owntrv. The
object Is to convert this stock Into CASH within a short time.
ilen's Brerr-Day rants, soo: worth 81. netterriJrade Pant. 81? worth W.
All wool Pants, In Cheviot, worsted ami Caartmere. at 81.75, reealar nrtoa. SITS.
fi-S!?. SrSP.rSJ'r' ,n,thJ"l' ''t'?'
Men's Kvery-lMy Suits,
', viuuu uviii
$.: worth
All-wool Cnerlot Hnlts Rt $6.W;
wrrth
Nobhr Dress Rnlls. In ttri.Titr stvlM.
merg,Tweels.Ae.vat fj0 and S10; worth $. '
Fine Imrjprtel Worrteds, Dlaironals, Corkscrews, Wide Wales, thirty styles, at Sit
and $15; positively worth SD or money refunded.
We call ronr attention to n number of Merchant Tailor MadeSnttt wMeh were
made to rnearore for, $10 and $4 J. to bo sold at I.B99 THAN HALF riUOK.
BOYS' ADD CHILDREN'S CLOTHING III LARGE VARIETY.
Knee Pants from IRc. np.
Fallor Suits, from 4 to is year, at Wo.
Idra-c Lino of Mohair Flannels, Series, Tongeo Silk, Alnaea
Coats and Vests.
Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, forty styles, at Me.:
worth $1.S8.
Bear In Mlndi Every Garment Warranted lo be Perfect In Every Respect
ano or mis reasons no Auction,
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311
E. L. MITCHELL, Manager.
James B. Iiambie,
HHRDWKRE,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THE NATIONAL
Safe Dfioosi
Co
OF XYASHINQTON.
Chartered by Speelal Act of Congress,
JANUAMT , im.
CKPITRI.
- $aoo,ooo
PoitTns
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
UNDElt aUAItANTEK,
AND THE
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS
UUROLAIt AND
VAULTa.
nnE-rnoo?
CoBtalaed In Its FIRE-PROOF DDILDINO,
N.E. Cor. 15th Stmt and New York Ava.
orrosiTE o. s. treasury.
OFFICE UOURS.9A.M.TO 4 P. St.
GREAT FALLS ICE GOMPAHT.
OFFICE:
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Whnleanla aad Katalt DmIoh lit
KENNEBEC ICE.
Our Waaotu go to Alt Parts ot the CUr.
IaeiadlAgUoiiat Piaasaat.
CALU-aofi, SK aad Ui.
Loek Out for the White Wagons !
JOHNP.AGNEW&OO
Wholamhi aad Ratal! Daalani la
Atraclte ai Gesrge's Creek (M
OFF1CR: Ittt Pa. are. (Oosooraa BuUdiaa).
YARD: Cor, A st- aad Dai. ava-
TBL2PBON8: Office, 51M; YarU,7.
wyjn.ir
Grand, Upright and Square
PIAXO- FORTES.
Special attention of irchaaer U latitad
tu -ui
' Ms ABTIeTIC STYLB."
VtBaJaaWAal ! IaaajaMA tkf
"SSSSwSSSSSinvst xmt."
Ytxam torn Kaw
asMMBaV-aaavi ViaauM at AH Prlras
WM.K1STABB& CO.,
817 Markat Saaca
UUTKUA ASU MMHT4.tlMJ.llVM.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
H TKVS
K.W.
hi tba a?.
vm M.&mmM,
VaMsaiBiiBiBaaff.
m iwr-i
fjsaUIMm,
VAMattifi'iMk. H- ?
AMayajast Ma? Maviiaiaiirsar
., 1 aTTTTiTr tfffifr u?asiiTrt'n .... i
JWf
WpWis"s P 4sW & Pw sips' 56"
" w w"fc
w
C
P,'WW"T,1ppaifc
JsaWaWEarttsfs
S"
O0aU PtAM.
atXTst bTKJUl' AJJ PA AVE
L WUUmUBl. Prupriulr
-OF-
comprlslnj Imported Worsteds. Oaestmei
cm ill
$5.50.
Better irrade, nearly all weel, SI;
$IS.
mmnriitntf Pshmv VnNliJi PSmvImI nml.
Seventh St
Dalntii fl Urnol
U uuiun U OUODU
M'GILL& WALLACE.
Printers,
1107 i: Mrcet .Northwest.
OWoit BatablUhed Prlntlair Uovte la
The
Waihlnitton.
FACILITIES FOR OKNEItAL JOB W0RB
UNSUUPASfiED BY ANY II0U8B
IN THE CITY.
A Kpeelal Lino ot the Latest NoreitlM la
Weildtng Card asd ItiTltatloa DaHoo Pro
BramaiM, etc.. with EuTelopes to ilatot,
Just received.
I.KOAL AVOItK A SPKUIALTY
AodHveryKlBd of Book Prtnlln?
Exeeutedis at Lowest Rates.
TELHl'flONE CALL. Me-?.
UM'RECRIIRNTBD ATTRACTION!
OVBK A MILLION DIaTKIBCTED.
L.8.. o. L,
LOUISIANA STATE LOnERY CO.
Ineorporatad br the LecUlatura for edoea.
thmalaailabarltabla uurMMi, and IUIraa
chlM made a part of ttw pratantsUta Con
stitution, in left, bran ovaawustmu vora-
LIU VOTE.
Ita ORAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW.
IN(W take place tvtmt Anauallr (Juaa and
DwinUr. and IU OKAND SINCILS NlTSt
1IKK DHAWINOS laka niiuw in a.h ivf iha
olUr ten month In the rear, aud ard all
drawn la publlo, at the Aoadeiay of Musle,
'w OrWans, La,
S'Hh do beraby eartlfr that W inparrUe
tte arraniraaanu (or all tba Moathlr aad
Mb! Annual lrawiaio( tba LouUlana State
Iiticrr Co., and la paraou uiaaira and ooa
trol tka drawtofM tbaawalras, and that tba
saasa are aoadueted with honesty. lalroH
aad ( aood fatth toward all parti, and wa
aatbome tba uowtwuy to ums this oartlftoita,
whi) ran siadla ot our idgnaturea attaoaad,
la tta adrertUsaawU."
CouuuU.luauri.
the uadanbjnad baaks and baaver
will - all ntiaas drawn la tba LoaUiaaa
Mala Udlatiaa wbkb aaar ba praaaatad at
osw ouaAtera.
at. M. WA LVUH.BY. Prast La. Nat. Bank.
P. LAVAVX. PresH Statu Nat. Bask.
A. BALDWIN, Peart N O. Nat. Bank,
t A KL KUUN, Psaa't Union Nat. Bank.
6KAbD MONTHLY DRAWIMQ
will laka phsea
AT TilS ACADUYOr M17IC,
NW OSLXANa.
Ti'BMUY.Jt'LY W, UM.
CAPITAL PRIZE - - $300,000
LiaW OT PsUcBi.
i 9 Wim J!
i rsui ur asi.isw ie
ipSfJS SSlit:;:::::::::::
tPBllibOs' BUastaa
tPBUWOr ajCaWaN
MVUISKOT LMBaa.
100 micsor tHaa.
HCu PatilBSQf tajtal
SB PaUUBOr Waas ttaJM
4JaarjMiMai wwaaa.
MalPdxcaof atfaa.
2MPtitfof MDaM
WttMacaol Wara .
Tifastllieit VViasat.
tgyof Maa. . Igaj
UM Iflfff tTirii"ja tir M MH.il
AAIJRS WANTaW BYBatYWMaMs.
tWOtarr WW Maastuod 6 uux
aa eareiop baarbia' fvux foil ad
IMrXMrYANT.
oaaasvatf 1 iitmi (son
. asaaas Ucdan taanad
ciiDtalnJiia Postal
M b alT Bxptou
..
raPMtWwl Kw Yurk iidaaime
M. A. &AV9UM,
BWBWSaf' SBSfBJSBBSSSBSBVSaF PfB aShWSSaSSSBJSBT pBBSv w
Kaar Odaaa,La.
"lHHMlaH' that tba ul Friafa
klnM PW (be Preoldcjit ur
vnoae Lbaruiuu rttfUt-cu ittuu,
SSZrJtm
hlfrhcAl LonrLs i'cciciorc. baisira
tuuu- ur miu.jjUtJU3 M.liauiuo
OFTwlHiiTkilAilfc W. daddad
Om Louiala btate LuUer Co, havi a t
BACT 1
UTwita
lbs LaU
UiU NOT JUU'l&K UMUL JXVAMT
.096
&jtZs&&$
i nrriiAi irn
Mil 1UE.mL.C.Ii9
Main Store, 916 7th St
Pa. Ave. and 41 1
WHEATLEY BROS.,
DBALSasjN
LUMBER
OF
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
MILL WORK.
) Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc, Washington.
YARDS
J 3034, south side Water st., West Washington,
GRS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $1.15 and $ 1 .50.
HAKE TEA OR COFFEE IH 10 OR IS MINUTES.
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.
FOIJ SALE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest;
MCEL ROY'S
KRT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Engravings, Etchings and Water Colors of lie Latest Publlcatlens,
HRT NOWSLTIBS.
Artlatla Framliu
la Gold, Whlta aad
Mapla and all Hard woods
AIm in the Floranua Luaf. aa
beautiful
lAjn rniua,
A..t ,r...A
Snaeial attention paid to tlealldlae Old
Weddlag and Illrthday I'resaats.
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
- 7tT
Sixth St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
-AT-
$1.15 PER 100 FEET,
OK
$11.50 PER 1,000 FEET.
TfcAj hi tM lAWSatt PiaM OaMal LsttahsU )wu
i will
LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLIiER
lULCIt W LHUH AMI MUX IMK.
CliBPBI'iiiiijiwiisl L1 ' i 1
flSSgjJsf; yntMiBlJW AUO B HAsCDt You (MtCT 'A
:WmFmSLMl lis f i mm SSI
am& lsfeiafv?-! yPrL TSbm. I&ir
f itte iWjaHiQaPssy L-? 7 tnmi
Nr pp f mom? rf '&$Mm
BUT YOUR TEUIKS AHD IAMBSS
3 3ST ZES E3
45 BcVcttUl btlfV, Bca.1
1221
ALL KIND3 OP
AND
I1Y THE
Gold, Ivory, Dlnuo, Silver, Oak, Cbarry,
as Gold: vary durable aad at a VKRY
Fraataa aaa Fursltare.
-
York Aye. K. W.
aiaUoJtl
kaaw at
-AT-
SSl'f
to Odd FivWi' HaU.
Branches,
7th St.
rtAir.KOADS.
The Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. SptendM Scenery.
Bteel Ralls. MafnUleent Equipment'
In effect. Mat II, IdW.
Trains leare Washrrurton, from station, cor-
mr oi nxm ana usrreeis, as rollows
Fon PiTrsm na and the West. Chios
caeo Limited
iIm n t
Express of rnllrmn Vestlbnied cars at.
lO.Wa m dallr; Fast Line, 10 m a m dally
to Colnmbns and St. Louts, with Sleerln?
i.ib iruca i ittnimrpc tu voinraon'.; Oftliy,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with sleeping
Car Altoomi to chleitfo St. Loul, Chkai.j
And Cincinnati Express, 3.90 n rn daily.
rarior car Washington to Ilarrlshnre and
Bleeping C
rag-oarm
r Cars narrtsbnrc to at. LonK fh.
aco arm Cincinnati, and Dlnlnc fur irar
risbnrgto St. 1xn. Western Express, at
7.40 p daily, wltli Sleeping Cars Waihlnir-
dally at Harrlsbnrr with throneh slflepors
for Lonisrltle and Memphis, raclflo Kr
res 10 op p m dsily. for Pittsbnre and tho
and nttsbnrir to Ckt, wo. s
DALTIMORB AND PoTOMAO RAtLHOAD.
Fob Kars, CanandalKna, Itochester and N.
agara Palls dally, except Snnday, 3 to a m.
For 8ml t'anandaltma and llochester dally:
for ItnrTalo and Nlarara dally, except sat
nrday, lO.Op pm.wlth Sleeping Car Wash-
Ineton to Rochester.
Fo? JVitttAvsprmT, Lock llaren and Elmlra,
at 10.80 a m dally, except Snnday
For WiLUAMsroirr dally, S p m.
STl'H '? ' Ne w York and tho Bast,
IS ?-tSk,,09f.nln'Wn rn,.10,S15.4a.
5.40. 10.00 and ll.n p rn. On Snnday. 9 00.
ll.toa m, s.io, 3.is,4 , 10.00 and It so p m.
IJJ?'"a Jtf,trn of Pnllman Parlor Cars,
M0 am dally, except snnday.
FoRljr.Tr'loRK osi.t, Limited Express with
Dintnir Car, s oo p. m. dally.
Fon PntunitLrHtA only, Fast Kxpros 8 10 n
m, week-days, and 4.00 p ra dally. Express,
Sandayonly, S.tOprn.
roRifosrorr witcout change, 3.13 pmeyery
aar.
Fon IlnooKtTjr. N
Y all through trains con'
neet nt Jerser Cilr with hnai. nf imuvira
Annex, affonllng direct transfer to Fulton
streeU aroldlnx doublo fcrrlaso acrosj
New ork City.
Fort Atlamtio Citt, 1140 a m wcek-tlay,
llo pm daily. '
F3 JlAt-TtMOTiE. 8.3S, 7.S0, 8.10. 0.00, D,W, 10.00.
J-.W, 4 SO, 4.80, 5.00, S.40.6.00, T 40, 10 63 and
i !','? .9? Ws? 9W-90?i 10M' n w
".MceSSrSK 7 " 8nJ iM P m
Fon AnNAroLis, 7.S0 and D.COn m, U,0Sand 1 30
pm dally, except Sunday. Sundays, IJM
pm.
WASIIINGTON SODTnEHN IIAILWAY.
In effect Mat II, 1800.
F??":iA.Iin.l!M' 480l -35 7'4S. 8,40,9.4.
lO.nTn m. 12.01 rnmit 9m .1 rw Aa in. nn,'
!,0:iJ.nnji P . On Sunday at 4.30
T.4S, 11.43, 10.57, a m, 2.10,0.01, 8.02, aud 10.0J
pm.
ArcoMMornTirm ron QtTANTicoUJa m and
4.M p m week -days. 7.4S n m Sundays.
Fon ItirHMOxnand tho South, 4 JO and 10.57 n
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 pm wook-
days. H "
Thaiks leave Alexandria for Wnshlnuton.
2-go 7.os .8.00,0.10,10.11, ll.07.am: I ao.Too
S.50, S.10. 0.06, 7.M, 9.1W 10.37 and !t 03 p m.
On Sunday at O.lrf, ami 11.07 am: S.tW.S.10.
708.7.W,jSO,andl07pm. ' ' '
Tickets and Information at tho otllco.
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
l'pnnsylTiinla avenue, and nt tho station,
whero orders can be left for tho checking of
baa-paRo to destination from holds and rosl
denees. J. K. WOOD.
.. -,-..0encra' rasienircr Aeont.
CIIAS. E. rPOH. General Manager.
Ilnllimure and Ohio Ihllronil.
Schedule In Effect June 15, 13M.
Leavo Waininjcton Horn station corner of
Now Jersey avenue and C street.
"L P".""0 and .Wwthwest, Vcstlbule.1
J j!. 0JtrrM da"l: UM tt m express
FortCihciNNATi. St tools and Indianapolis.
exireMdally.30andllJH m.
r ' TBciia and Clerelaad, express dallr
an a. m ami t.4fl p m.
doyh alley, it.ao n m.
Foa ViMiiasTiR ami way Stations t5.30 n m
Voh LtruT . ami .4f p m. p
FSi,"iK",0l":' w'k 'inrs, 4 0. a oo, n.as.
n i no i nin la. smlnute..1.S,4.).4 4 3J.
,-.. ... ...h.hi,,,, ... ii.iii, a.ia. rjrvi 1,
laal IH aK.1 ' vt. ..."."" "
(IJW.
i-rS-? S1 ?' 'i'?' 5B 11-XI P m- Sundays,
tfJ fA?i.e;30' 9-SOtt rn..(li.oo. 43-mfn!
SaME' tP'F1?' S-l"Bta.) is 4 1W.
' " Ialtiob for Washington.
J.'k JI 80". 00, 6S0, 7 1J, 7S0. 80o!
8 so. H.M, 4 an ami 10j 1P.M a ra: U oo. t j.io
7.. 8.8,.po, lo.to. to.aiand liouprs
OBJ-r. . 7-15. 8 JO. 8 35. 9 30. 10 W, Ob.
7JW. 84.(!.30. IClolOWaudlLOOpm '
roRAhNAroLia. 33 ami 8 so a m. I 10 and
4 30 p m. Sundays, 8. a m.4 31 o m.
Uave Annapolis, s.s7 a m. U03. 3.W
Pm. r-UBdays.B30nra.8Mpm.
jI."!!'1!'" 0a thi MtroioIUan Branch,
t.. IH.S0 a ra. t IS p m For principal
statloiui only, tjo.40 a .. tl so and h pin
rS'7SH?"!:VUu,,, 1owllat polnu
aSa.'tttlViZra.'"' " t3W' ,5-
"tf'ii and liitonoadlate stations. 7.00
Cr,fsUa,B I.av Waahlaaton on Sunday
5j "tea''"' at aU ntatlott " ubi
Voh IIaokiutown. t ww a m and ts.a n m.
J? IF'"' ,rym cjyi d"Uy at it 43 a m
?M iJ? mi ,r"? ChM-waatl aad St. Louis
to J I'," aBa ? f? P m '' Wttsburt
7.10 a m. 5 so p bi dally.
NKW YORK A rillLADBLFniA DIHSION.
Hiiliw.yoSc,,TrB,0,, Newark, N. J., aad
Caw oa an day train, adaapimr Car on tho
p..oraat9p at
tW l'mnunmu. ioj. ts.ro, io.po. ljtw
wo.aw,.4j9,HlaBdl)J0p m.
V,S',1iLASI1' '"-.. WtlSftUMHou aad Chester.
aid J0p. . liMmua' 'iM- . l'
aa(lMiijdlptita,t&.09aiid7 Ma. n ,tu lo.
T4?iI?K " XS"k .' Waahlagtoa.
Ttyi 2il','?Mt Wa,hlaton,
US'.? 15- ". 'IJ a at, tl,.l!''
a.fla. 7 W p at
Fe AvukTicCiTv, iM aa4 fcU0 m.uoi
Um'uIZi ''""J"' l- a aui
FOK HAY HIBOK.
WyaK bat. tut sa las. l.a p ai. Sin
, dr. ,.. l.,UKai.
LautaliA HuM.a.wk daya, IW.S.W pm
tBxt.pt aiuiday lUy. faaadiy r-nly
Uaaaaa-e tailed fur aad eaacaed froia
hotvb aad reaUsuues by fuioa Tnuufer fit.
oaurdrM left at Ik-set uMcm. lt aad Hit
ra ave aud at dei.ot
J- T. "1,.LL- CUAS O. WILL.
(.in HnunguT (ja. t4a jji't
Chevsapeae
ana
Ohio Railway.
nUUTE March , law
Traiiw icttw luluu Deput, atatb aud H
atiticts. JOJ7 a in lor Kvvourt Ne. G-4
FohUfotuiort aad Norfulk dallr Arrriret
Old Ywal at H.iFum. aad Muntulk at .W u m.
UiM a ai-CUutoJBatl aUpraaa, (Ully, fur
aaatluiiii la lr atola, Wast Vlraiaia. KcaU t t
aaa I tlaclaaatlT Veatibala stawpar toruju
wttaoiU vaaaa to Clndanatl. amvtaa' at 7 15
11 "w p as-y. r. V VeaUbala LiatUad. dally.
aulU trahu wuo alula- oar rua tbruiuh
ytthttsu ."aaa-m to tlnmnuail VutibuJ
atewar lor L&io-too aad LuubrUW. Pull
Ma car are opas to laoalva pt.aitaur at
JXMUIOJJ..
fob mn 0NLY1
H r 91 1 1 S C oaerul ut 1HB.V0U8 innjT'i
J U XV Aj 0f fcru., u, S,l u, STJar TfuuiJ!
k..bQ.I. t.u a,lUMU fl.il, K .l..r.4- U.a U ui.ntwjU
n ...u..Jt.k 1 JutViLuinuukoiMi rara aval
11....! ,,1. t-ui.'mj Uuik iuari-auai. u Ou.
a.i.t..iirj fruMi tibial., r.rrtlwr., Md Joe lB I .briM.
I"" " "'. Uiti auk " 'ir'nt n'far" in tntiifa mmhrf
uka b. Am.4 uii aUatCAl M., laf I All, . I
I vrascnoa aaa rauy &
3ot Iltlf u lbs uam
sualttc 'oxticeruiac
v I itjd swasa
u.h UJiuHivv o
So,i.lrdh, Si Y.
W sold Jtua- U tea
iwti..a
u Jt DYtHKACa.
cuicaiu. lli.
SI M. BoidbjJJt'iasi.it
cuicutaTia-B emclibu
kOUjTMTAL MUS.
I aud Cruu IstaiiiiMul Bruiil.
klMmuM tu asvdllr.
ha nattltk U.r, Klcij .Uh alma
n la.H TlJlcAuuaJlcv t i.itc .
fcf ia tiula-. ,.4 'adi. r Ibr IlaK
i4i..l.K,r Calwl .."v4i.in SI rkuaJr
Fun Vav tTATiuaa between Washington and
iLiMLto
Fl TO t LitS.I
IffiSlfftlTrt cl HS
9 urs- j iritt
tffluu Staaktl 5c.
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