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THE DAIIT CIUTIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1890.
ii TffiB JDailt ORrrte aiTX HVrOlAM. MlHWht'i JTevr lM WW BUM. JWla RWdelltlP8 InVffler IIMSEallltteflt ?2OTj ttlltrtmy hX'atSm atMpRlra Mt 98 I 6oih 8tT8A fmHhfftit. hw Jmt returned from th iSfSJS!J' n lmnwn ntnMr ' n amy Uff hutuseRniproii foods, carpet, stoviss, ran, We. Ton can famish your itoase f mm eemat to mm, t tm stors, with wS prtesw. m tire Installment plM. VT. II. Itemchtttti On.'s IffiiMM Mes. usst ft, Oo tatl MtMrine their lovely Parlor lofte. MX ptw-js tot Hft Rltberln Clwrrt or olld OIK. mil price ft r all nneannaMe ood. Smt patterns of Carpets trrnt cannot be dnpttearM, at price which will st-rotl yon. ASR to be shosrn those Solid rk Bent rnotn Salt, 1 piece, for ill AIo thetr $, piece, of soiw nan rooTi saites. The Snttes arc all Puts. and will, no doaM. plee the most fatMton porch-?. A II orders for Wall papering' for the next two weoss at 8jt cent drwomt, at w. H. Hprn-iro-l A Co ', 11 HJ f street northwest. The Nnthmnl Snfe DeptMlt OnmiMny, 0r. llh St. nml N. V. Aventie, WwfW for 8Ifwware. Jewelry, Laos. Fine OrmM mad ratnahles of all MM. Cfcawe naderate Safe deposit boxes for ratt at the rary lowest rate. AT THE CATHOLIC ONIYIMUY. Ihe Sehtttnstle Vmr will bo Com Hsetieeil AVIIIi n Splrlttsnl Hetrent. lifetipp Kcane, lector of the Catholic VnlTerslir, wns expected to return to Waehington from his European trip jeslet-layor today. The second year vi ins univemiy ueging 10 morrow with a spiritual retreat, which will be pltcti ity Archliiahnp KMer of Cincln natl. It will dote next Sunday, when Mettin high lilj-h mam will In sunir fi r the first lime since vacation. A number of students have already ar iItcU, Including several who have been ptlett for ten or twtlvo years, ltev. Dr. Lucas, who last spring received the deeree of doctor of divinity, will be a tuJot at the University next yenr. In addition to the faculty of lnt year Dr. Messeraer will be)?ln a course of cation law, and the Kcv. Father O'Gor msn will co mini' nee a course of church liistorv. Diiilnjc the vacntlon the entire space beneath the chapel has been devoted to the use of the University library, and caics have been creeled to hold 80.000 volumes. The library contain n num ber of very rare and valuable books, which have been systematically ar ranged under the superintendence of the accomplished librarian. St. Thtmias' College, the house of the Paullst Fathers, has undergone Im piovctnents during the summer, and Its capacity Is about double whit It was last iptlng. It will be occupied by about sixteen of the Fathers and Scho lastics of the order. The I'Aultsts are among the most learned and eloquent preachers In the American church. They devote their time to mission wotk. Tli u re are a number of tine a Huts anion them. The observatory will soon be flolahcd and at onco uwif, ut.dir Ilic direction nf the distinguished ttttionomer, Kcv. Father Searle. SHOT AT A SHALL BOY. All (IINcer Vm tloroln .Men in to Uip lure u CiHii-Sliooter. Officer 'Walker this mornlnK test I (11 that he detcctod thirty colorod boys nnd lout flfle!ii white boys shooting crp yi-tterday afternoon In the vicinity of the Home of the flood Shepherd in Georgetown. He succeeded In :ap luiluic a 15 year old white boy, William ltiown, after havlug discharged hit revolver at him. The boy denied that he had been thfxttlug crap yesterday, but admitted that he knew how. Judge Miller suld he was too Intelligent it lioy in send to Hit' work liouv, and he allowed him to torn his personal bond. Mr. Kick. the boy's oouusel, nkul tUKt the Judge itptlBinml the ottlcr for allowing him ulf to tboot at a small boy. .The upilttiasd wtwBot HdtulBlttereil. Iluiue I.lfn Ilia Hwt. The llev. George Klliott lias returnwl frrtH Kutope Hut yetienUy pfenebed Lis Am HrHiou at Foundry MclhodUt t'hutch since hU vacation. His text was "Kelurn unto I bine own house and khow how great I bines God hath done unto I her " In the course of hh ser iboh Dr. Klliott said IbHt la hi tour he had visited the scese of the healing of the Miu rMMMid of demoss, aed other piacfs notable in sacred awl pro fm hUiory. IIome.be aald, was the ci ly fltllae plate lor a man to proeeule his life's work. Throe were poor irieiHRu f bumauiiy who lived mot r f their live abroad and alloweil them Mlves te beeoHW expatriated. Suek men who travel away from home are little hetier tbaa Ihe beggur, who moved Irow place to niace because be bad no Lowe. He thought that Waihlagto needed nuireboauieaadfewec bo-irdlng-Liiiasee. tUwau'4 ICcllr Curin. IaviUUoiui have bus Usued for the annual reuaio aad receptloa of I'oto utelklUf Cufus auxiliary to Ike lie- kiHeeet i f the VoUmsuu:. G A. R . ou (HttiSMer It. It Is the custme. of. this ioiia in oMre aa4 ehwe its season' vi ik by a reeepUosi, to which ail eteM in W the W. It. V. and G. A. K. are iiidtolly weUaj4ul, whether reshleaU i vMtiMg Ih tb eity. About eioety IilikU.1 U U.c VV- U. C. uUtiidal the nett eoAvesitoa la Bnetosi al had a m ly eJ lymbte time. Tney tepuft thetr tbi roexk sptnecUiioe, aed estJoyeseAt of Use woik tf Ike eoaveauioa as well as ot tise IsosphallUee extesuied them froae vtwkHis oftfaatxatfaMi. The ti uler werttsu ol Potouue Core wui be held to sig kvt. at welch a Urge euet Ui ot wtw weahers will be received. Minnlil Xot. Ili u tb Itrk4. TtkMtt h beta a muassjef tf pttty loberiei coasatHled ia Um narks aad oUser acf weeavtly. le Saturday ei ttraMB Jtoesrrt Fitxgeraid, who was oklBf em a Ueaeb o Mew Jersey mteu. aear Vint etreet, lwd bis locket book, coaiejaiag 33, ioleo lie dropped 11 froat all pocket aad tcnie Baatcr by Bicked it up. While sihey oa one ol the beaches io Judiciary eeiuare yesterday uxoruiag Junta H. Oreesett had his une. coa tulshsg aataii MBauai of change, aui j e pcakafie reanwed ttomt hie iMLBtaiuuas ticket, Qae aa. who detHaed to give hi tutmn, had hi stvuea reoioved Uom hit fntt vbiw axket la the suture. Tto0 leey ts m tsssAeiM Veaiatsieie. i WWkt 6xea. Use youag cwjioye of the Malioaei Bteviag Cump&oy whu ' ww aft haU ieuxed tae other day by f aiig icaga waaaiagtua aad Ueorce uwa eat. w ia a critical coadUioa at tU iLitaw'a aMMe. Ko. 13 8ixt atieat miiaawsi. The cwoipaey hm ca tii!iic4 tttfaaallae eaafaoyee 34 lur hi beaam Yowag Gieea was tae auie ku: v-'ust of a widowed tmotbet aad a i - jated eiater vita taxee caihixue. paHseied to Zs Me . i u McaUUaa aad Joe FUddea. tae jn-iiioio -V.LU- locked up fur several , a -i u ud uMuaiag at the Fifth etjuL auikru for iifuHag. to My Joaa B .. d b.k Lin. lac-Uaa- They hid I nv -.l lu lIj. Lw. hut did uot w attt to pay tor their f ue burnt; of tl tlr frWods later ia the day Paid the Lmk uiuuty aiui ihe to siMSTrcxa wets avKid 'Juui UUxty. I SPORTING GOSSIP. DKI ROSXBR 9ttUn WAUAd MOSS hi A CfcOSI CWiTrMt. TWO OHlnmlthM tAHre tho flnnl (Snme itmt the HMtorn Arnnimr Otinm- IfiMHiri lanWlltv to ll.it nmt Hart I'loliHnx the Ocorft ITomter, the oarsmen now intwItM with the "Irk Secret" Com- pany, defeitMrt Wallace Hoes, the well knowB sculler, lit a match race of tw.i mltea, for 100 a side at River View yesterday. The race was a dote one, Hornier only winning hy about ten feet, i ml there were those who thought ami said the two oarsmen made it purposely close. Melthcr appeared very much distressed at the finish, and a no time was announced It is presumed that neither exerted himself very mnr-h. One exuberant spectator, who kept time with his own watch, announced It to be HMO. As this Is several minutes less than the record, the course must have been short, or the timekeeper for got to attend to his duties. There was a 1re crowd nrwmiL nml In order to allow alt to witness thenwM. a course, half mile straightaway, was laid out. which gave three turns. Mr. Clinton Smlthson of the Potomac Doat Club acted as referee, and Messrs. Hey. noldsand O'Mesra as Judges for Hos mer ami lioss respectively. It was nearly 3 o'clock when the men received the signal to go. Hotli caught the water at the word, and from the start to the half mile Iniov. lioss had a slight advantage. lie fost It on the backstrelch, however, for llosmer turned the mile ling a half-length ahead. Iletwecn the mile and mlle-and-B half lloss overtook his opponont, and when the last buoy was turned had a narrow lead. Squaring away for home the two men qulckoneil their Mroke nnd llosmer went between the Hags a winner by about ten feet. At no time during the race did either miu have over a boat length lend over the other, nnd It was as pretty a race as one desired to see. Whatever chances the Columbia Athletic nine had to play the Detroit Club for the championship of the Amateur Athletic Union wero lost on Saturday, when tho Now Jersey Ath letic Club took the local team Into camp to tho tuno of 7 to 2. nnd won tho deciding game for tho K litem championship. The game was nn In teresting one, but the local men could not hit CurMe's deceptive delivery, nnd they bunched their errors In the sixth lunlng. when tho Jorseyltes made 0 tuns. Ft lor to Hint lime the score was tltd, but the Columblas could not over cwi c the long lead. Walsh pitched a gocd came, only two runs being made i.ir his delivery, although he was Iwttul quite freely. The track and field sports of tho Voting Men's Christian Association will bf held at Its grounds, New Jewev attnue and M streets, to-day at 1:1 (.'clock. Admission will be by tickets that inn only lie procund from mem Vets anil for which there is no charfe. Mr. J. W. Crowley will lie referee. U II. Warner and W. K. Duller, Judges; V. II. Walker ami W. K. MeArthur, scorer; J. W. Sims, starter. The following are the entries for the events: One hundred yard dealt II. 0. SHU, II. 1). r Umg, C. F. Hall. J. Young, (J. 1- Harding, C. V. HolT, V. 0. I'rauWM, Walter Mivelau, M. (irabain, C. it. Houeti, W. 11. Midiltebruok. J. r. Ctlo, Max eVbmldt, (). 11. Deiiliam. VV. K. lluell A. II. Cat Ha, P. S. IMlu ami J!. S. SUgle. TwobumlrwlaiMl twenty yard liunllo II. I). K. i.oiig, U. K. Hall. J. W. Yuwf, C. 1 HsnlluB, K. Cri, K. 1'. HolT, V. CJ. l'nututf. Walter 1.ov1mj, C. It. IlouaU, W. II. Middlabrook, J. P. Coatcllo, VVVK. Huell, A. M. CatllB, V. 8. Itoyle, R. J. Blaglf, K. Moraell. Half wile mee II. U. F. Lone. C. K, Hall, J. W. Vouug, K. CruM, K. I. HolT, W. C. l'reatiss, tV'alter 1vIm, O. K. Houjfa, W. .Miildlebroulc, J. Y. LWelhi, JV. f.. Bu)i, K. s. io)le. K. J. Uagle, K. Monwll Ba c. I. liuliek. Jluuiilug blgh Jump II. 1). V. Ixmn. 0. V. Hull. E. 1. HiifT. W. C. I'rvntlM, WnlUtf LoveiaM, C. K. Hough, W. U. MI.1.1U brook, J. r. Costello, ft'. K. Kuell and K. J. Simile. Munateg braad Juwpc. F. Hall, C. (i. iUrUleg.lJ. V. Ilolf. V. C. rrenU-, Wat. Ir LoTriaat, C. K. llougfa, W. II. Mkhlle brook, J. P. Cortelle, VV. K. Buell ami K. J. SIgU. Pole vault-II. U. Sells, K. P. Hun. Walter LovdUm, W. It. MttMlebrook. J. f. Lcttllo, VV. U. lluell, A. M. CatUa au.1 K J. alagle. I'utllig tweive-pouad shot II. D. K. Long, h. P. llor. Walter Luelai. C. It. Hough, VV. II MWdUbrook, J. f. Costeilo, W. E. Uueii aad K. J. atagie. ThroHUur twelve-puuad aawaierK. f. Ho. Halter LoUm, W. II MU4le iMcoi, J. Y. Costello, VV. K, Bult and K. J. Slegle. t'lUa Jlncllus of Uib OuIum Help (lie Hurt Ibvt lluuor feli," Vut ttieti! w deeper hurt than taoae that tuiiior ttelt. Ttte tends of JUeam am tiuuctlawsdefply suau, the nyaieai U se nily id kUfefy giviug away to suet dttp-Malcd luaUay. Etpceully aetuag UmiW tuv ataey wSerers ftou 1 iWsihiiis lk.e, ukciultuu, proUpaus, aud luberOia phu'iauuiU; Hek back, ekk awlM-Be. m-i vuukui and Ltdaev dlaeate. Fur ail tlan- ngttllou poullar to wuutsa, uo uir iiauniy thaa lr. Pttfte' Kavorlse I'ieuipti. prrpariMt for their spertol Ui til, taa be found. It Is tU ouly ataiSi rfaet for weaiee. sold by drugicUt. umUr a yuttiitt glarmi', troai the mauufarterers that it will give satbiattloa la every case. ot Bkuaey w ul be Kfuaded. This guarantee aa beea priaied ou the bouW-wrapparaed fakaf ully carried out lor saaay years. uUostra Harkat aiaw. Tea C'rair XnrkM Xt4 has beea ea largd to ave coiuatas aad iacteaaed la kacta- UaeW the able Mtaaageeteat cfll. T. Doyle, it has proved highly succtasful a a trade paper, caieriag to the special class which its aaiae ladi cate I N FANTS eel I NVAU DS. B - 1"? & " r THE ONvf Frit Substitute for Mother' Milk. INVXLUABLC CWOLCRA -NraUTUM MO TXCTMIMO 4 t-i'-l) ".-.. JjLod. i -J i, OYkiSPTICS, COMfUMTIVEI. CONVALESCENTS. A BSBFSCT NUTRIENT ia nil mttuutiimum. Msyaau m saauec uut m hi sumaiu. attiasB-ttooaai.t Co to. staaa. P FOR V Aran ;n JciNGO HOW IT STARTBtJ. A rtieitlr rurar Hi tVonmti-H s ililtera OrlRtrmtem a Natfennl OiMtom. The late Hon. J. t. Tromtmnof Cn neetfent wss eslled "the friend of the soMler," beranse It was tnrongn Ms fnfln enee that water was fnrntshed to sick and rnited soldiers while traveling dnrTM the war. This practice has further de vetoMd Into Ih nntvtroal American hahtt of drinking Ice-water on all srallabte oeea shms. So nnlverfal hss this become, that ft may be railed onr national habft, and ft has begotten a craving for Ice-water that Is imffe appalling. The Introduction of the water-cooler In offices Is bad. Most water Is fllled wfth ihe germs of disease and Its cold action on the stemach checks inges tion, lowers the tone of the rtomach and nrmjrs anont dyspepsia, with all Its at tendant Ills. This evil, which Is the cause of more summer sickness and kidney dis ease than any other known canse, cn readily be avoided hy mixing a little pnre whiskey with the drinking water. Thns the stomach can bcMlmnlatcd Into healthy action and Its tone retained. Sot only this, um pure nnisKey mixed nn tne water kills the germ of any dtfease that msy be lurking In ihe water, and thns avoids mala ria and the thousand llln which come dur ing Ihe heated term. But, while whlokey Is a great benefit. It must be wrc whiskey, and unfortunately there Is little pure whlnkey In the market. There can be not Ihe slightest doubt, however, as to the ab- Koinxe pumy oi jnnys I nre .wait, it mm stood the test of time. It Is used by the leading men and women of the land. ' It Is so pnre In its nature that It cannot harm even a child, and It Is doing more than any one thing to check dimmer dangers. Me sure to secure the genuine. Insist on hav ing no other. REFUSED TO TAKE THE PAPERS. A Snnitny l'nper with n Lottery Ad vertisement, Superintendent Dovle who has con trol of the mailing of newspapers at the city postollke, yosterday morning notU fled the boy who brought the tr.all edi tion of the Sunday Chronicle to the postofllce that he would have to take them back as they could not be mailed on account of a lottery advertisement which appeared On Saturday Mr. Doyle was notified by tho Postolllcu Department of the signing of Iho Antl Lottery law, nnd he Immediately notified all tho nowspapor publishers in the city that papers with lottory advertisements would not be ac cepted. All tho clerks who handle newspapers In tho olllce havo been re quested to bo on tho lookout for news papers with these advertisements In them. THANKING THEIR FRIENDS. Tlio Printer' Union l'im Commend Htorr Ileaolullonii for Concrenaiuen. At the regular meeting of Columbia Typographical Union, No. 101. hold September 21. 1800, tho following pre amble and resolution were unanimously adopted: Ilellevlug that organliod lalmr should tint only remembe. Its eoetnles, but tint It iliouldiu all falrncM try to return any and sll favors granted by Its friends, and Whereas ono hundred and twenty clttlit iiirmlHT". ot tbe House of KepreseutaltvtM, fmiii tiolh or Hie iHillttcal parlies, have olnced their frietidthlp for u by casting: an smrtnatlve vote upon the proposition to retime tbe wages of the employes ot tbe (lovtrmnent Printing Office to the rate from which tbey were unjustly reduced; therefore, I) It llrmttrml, That the thanks of (bit I'ulon are due and hereby extended to our friend In tbe House of Itepreentative. ami Hut we lull at all tiroes lie glad and ready to make our gratitude manifest In a substan tial wanner. - ii llivltiB Suivlcrl In Welsh, A large number of the Welsh popu lation of this city attended services at the Church of the Tabernacle, on Ninth street southwest, yesterday afternoon' The entire services wero conducted In the club language by the ltev. Wll Hani Gilfilths, who Is a native of Wales. Dr. Orlftlihs preached an Interestln? sermon from the text, "Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright, for the end of that man is peace," Psalms 2? 37. The services consisted of hymns and prayers, the hymns being printed on slips for the use of the congregation. This is Ihe first time services have been held exclusively la Welsh In this city but II Is probable that many similar oc caslons will follow as tbe new jwstorof the church Is also a Welshman. Ill Uunverolun Nut I.mtlnir. Several weeks ago there was a sensa tional scene at the Central Union Mis sion In a gambler professing conversion ami burning up a pack of cards In the pretence of the congregation. List night he was locked up at one of the nation houses and seut a request to the Mission for prayers. T MILWAUKEE BEER. BgST OS ACCOUNT OS PURITY. AGE AND STRENGTH. Imperially Good fur futility l'e. Iteuvticlul fur VVtxiU unit Debilltutvd l'Dnuni. R.S.WIDDICOMBE luuiicr WutdiiiiKtou Uruuch. 703-05 Mi Capitol Street Telephone 273. set las FOR CLOTHING, EURNISHINGS ash. HATS. UOTOTgg Meal Cm if M ad E Sifttk liiiwtd, utrc everybody aoes- U the ne Steal burgnJa turner ia Tnaiasena rui'se 10 lw Bvuvihtsoy. w tan .Log yoe tor tee enertee teaaria tea hkiHaui lUMtof Jae Uwiitlesatwt's ttaSs eeee uuwa ui t be DUtrkt. sosd our $10 Usees swi It njui to aF tlS suit u TU aUteS. uImj b,ve as elas liimai eVr'Ste is tu 18 jieen. rroai It to U (.'bildrcB's eulu, U is tu e. in tuo'f FeeUluuM wu ifo the jeaeew. es w onun.iciuxt cmry auusre wms esw- ., 4U.UL I.IUKUUCV (.dA Wm V mot uo erery oouar Uiveetee. we Se ww i uuuooun is t'lewuHO: otu asu euenuueea sever so as w. ce m SMS paoM ate Beioweo sseeiijseseaieeetewlli eeet lr arelftlilftar uoita: Due4ettjle.ul4 evesyvjee luelU Hiilei-'. .tvla. m m, at it VueoiAti' letest stile. M, atai.aa. Ak Vjt our upeuiai St BerOT. itutsMusa stmfAVtmurt. bj-jaJi Ui sUs'a UnsVefysar la eU usU 1 c n.iui o ao. acemal Hoe Vuii fieeas .-kui., ia :&-' ai ii laibeuidunia i4MeasT era r.. All tic bueet ttotoUiMlBBfoeksiew a! H 46 aJlJ aw. uu uuetE4ly w mix jaase oj ot the &.-. it iTtit'tfi KlV4 Uj 4 011. VI H Ai K VMM. X- W. H. FRIEDLANDER, alio 1J390. :et:e"w york -PIE CL0T1G HOUSE 0 31 1 Seventh St. N. W., WASniSBTOX. D. C. MANUFACTORIES: 212, 214 and 216 W. Washington St., Syracuse, N Y. 52, 54 and 56 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. OFFICE, 765 BROAD WAY, New York City TO THB PUBLIC: Washington, D. C Fall, 1890. Wc take pleasure in announcing to you that we have leascdfcthe large lour-story building, 31 1 Seventh Str eet Northwest, which we have thoroughly refitted, and have just opened with the most comp'ete assortment of Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing ever exhibited in this city. We have located our Retail Store permanently in this city and shall al ways maintain the high standard of excellence which has characterized our New York establishments. Having adopted the ONE-PRICE SYSTEM, all goods are marked in plain figures. Our prices are 35 per cent, lower than the lowest prices now prevailing in Washington. We make no idle boast when we say we can sell 35 per cent, cheaper than our competitors. Our inexpensive location and our facilities for furnishing Fine Clotning enable us to do all we promise. Bear in mind every garment is sold subject to ihe guarantee that ir It is not as represented, or if unsatisfactory, your money will be rclundcd. Soliciting an inspection, we arc, Most respectfully, NEW YORK CLOTHING COMPANY, 311 Seventh Street ortiiwesl, Largest (Exclusive) Clothing Manufacturers in the United States. S33 seQsmSca K THE POSITIVE CURE. I ELY UUOTUEKS. C3 Warren Qrsnd, Upright and Square PIANO- FORTES. 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UTaUUrr AVO fA A K I WOCUMMJltX. fruitfajtui I CERES mf pemn (.Vln-i .."itl. mm mrfaa St Um York, rrlce W ets.1 Messrs.lMuhepard Announce the Pub'icationol a Library to be Called SERIES, This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist oi choice works by some ot the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, 1 Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Ml No, 1 The Blind Hen and the Detil. 1 VtitatXAi. ( ruUuwibr K, 2 In Twli Vi Df, k trarf s HiMssiisld. if AX4W9A X. OOCOLAJ. Kii Mlutc Hilliifl Dallars, r ouvw arac. rjitivifii lrittf, $5 Prr Year, SiMf 1 NumUsps, 50e. lnfciTiriTilf'iii itwetisd b sll buuksoUon aMati slaMHMatoslikMsl &Bjl Afif stillftbV SjUUaVbaW aWtt-t oa nsoaUit I pctea. LIE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, Busrosr. WES Y HDJOINING THB METHODI 1 UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. The Sale oi this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 HMD CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price,10 and 20 ents Per Foot, Jl Splendid Opportunity to Double Your Investment Within a Reasonable Time. This property is most beautifully situated on a high ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred yards ol the place It Is high and dry, and the great panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's beautiful buildings, the lulls of Maryland and Virginia, with the historical and classical Potomac River, makes WESLEY HEIGHTS a most charming and attractive place for a home. As an investment it 13 unrivaled. TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance In one, two and three years, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum. Fifty dollars earnest money will be required upon each lot and will be applied to purchase when settlement is made. Deed to be passed free of all expense with ab stract of property. From the gross sales, seven 7 per cent, will be placed in a sinking iund to be applied to muking improvements. We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove cne of piofit in a very short time. John F. Fourteenth and G Streets. James B. Ltambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. QRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BO ILERS, $ HIKE TEA 02 MFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the cooTcing is done you can extinguish the fire. POJt SAL WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest jSSI'flii(0t Mi ji(iDl You cant feL kiisfirT JHUstT in That trunk licAMt: fkom KMC5Ssa8Ba f Jm fj - ' " V"ls- ISV"1 "" f "P1 . . r fMA ' -'31 U lT it T i-JJ MjsHaoVTrfSftt .affO"laTM 11 LaR!lLJ 1 I BrSlilTOi 1 ffft-Z: I f M HaW WU til .if Ha"u-rM4 " "l rTsawXa tW stl L'Ji: n IJ I s5l" HB fjm"'m. S Swimu- I aaSK tl Fit -; IJaT riifj I F tHBHlli: '5-i.bO Ii fA3...l zM I HJ HsJiaMS&A. Jnl:l I ' xJlT?-. Ssal t4CJr-S' I ft Xr,,f lU sArtaVatfiKl. 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In siret Msy 11th, 1190, Trains lesre Washtnjrton, iron station, cor ner ot Sixth and B streets, as follom: Fon rwnwwi snd the Wet, Chicago Llml tfd Kxpressof rnllman Vestibule Cars at . a m dallr; Fart Moe, 16.50 a m daily to t'htcairo. uoratnbtw ami St. Ixmu. with BhwpftK- Cars from Ilarrfetmr; to Indianap olis, rfttbnr to Oolombn.; AMootu to Chicago. st-Iionls Chicago and Cincinnati Expre., 3 SO r ra dally, rarlor car Wain iBKlon to llarrlsbnrir, and Slceplnc Cars Harrlsbnnr to St. Lonls, chlcao and Cin cinnati, and D1nlnr Car llarrlsonre to St IxK Clilcairo and tlnolnnatl. Weitern Rx press, at 7.4 ptn dally, with SleeplnR Cars Washington to Chtcatro and 8t. Ionl, con neetlnjr dally at Harrlsbnrs; xrith throagh Sleeper, for lionhvllle and sf emnh'4. Pull man iMnlne Car Pltt.bmx to Richmond nnd Chlcaeo. racldc Kxpre, 10 no pin dally, forPHtfbnrgand the Went, with thronth Sleeper to rrntbur: and Ilttabnrit to Chl- nAlMORB AND POTOMAC nAILROAD. Fon KArk, Canandalwa, Rochester and Nl airara Fall dally, except Snmtay. R m a m. Fttn Kbi Canandalena and Hoche.ter dally; hrllnffaloand NUsara dally, except &u- ttnlay.iocpp m.wlth 81eepln(- CarNVah- Inrton to RooheMer. r? .Il.yiA"ronT' I'oc' Hven and Klmlra, at 10 to a m dally, except Sunday. For WiLLiAMM-DHT. da'ly. .1.30 pm. pE1Sr5!i?r,X.",A-.New York and lhe Bst. Z-2-?..11 WBd 1MOft . 8.I0, 3.15, 4.20, B.. 10.00 and 11.30 ptn. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 n m, 2 10. 3.15, 4 . 10.00 and II p Vr. IJrnltcd Kxpres of Pnltman Parlor Cars 9.40 a m dally, except Sunday. Fob New York only, Umlled Express with Dining Car, 5.00 pm dally. For l'ntt.AnKU-HU only, Fast Kxptes 8 10 a m week days and 4pm dally. Kxprew Snnday only, 5 40n m. Fim Boston without chance, 3.15 p m ovary naT Fon Brookitji, N. V all throiuh tralm con nect at Jersey City with boat of Drooklrn Annex, alTonllne direct transfer to Fulton rlreel. aroMlnf-doublo ferriage acroM Now York City. Fon Atijirtio Citt, 11.10 a m week-days, U.so ptn dally, Fon nAtriMone. 0.36, T.S0, 8.10, 9.00. 9.40, 10.00, lo.ro, ii roand 11 40a n, li.os, 2.10. 3.15 3.M. 4 00. 4 SO, 4 30, 5 CO. 8.40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 and 11.20 p m. On Sunday 9.00. 9 05, 10..W, 11.10 ?-,n.3:,.f-,?-22-J'?'a'.s.o(i.8.io:o.oo, 7.40. lOnOnnil II Sinn .-.,., Fon Pors'a Crkk Lihe, 7.20 a m and 4.i dallr. excent Runrinv. 1.30 pm Fon AmiArou., 7.20 and 9.00 a ra, H.w and 4 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays. 9.00 a.m and 4.20 pm. ' ' WASHINGTON SOUTItBRN RAILWAT. In effect May 11th, 1800. Fon AlKXAnnntA, 4 30, BSB, 7 45, 8 4", 0.13. 10.57a m. 12.01 noon, 2.06, 3 30, j.as, 4.55, 8.01. 8.02, 10.05 nnd 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 4 30. 7.45, 0 45 10.37, a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.W and 10.05 p. m. Accom xonATios for tjuantlco. 7.45 n mand 4Ab p in week days. 7.45 a m Sundays. Fon lln iimosii and tho south, 4 30 and 10.87 a in dully. Accommodation 1.55 p m wook days. Trains IcaTO Alexandria fur Washington, 6.05 7 1. 1 1 to. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m: 1.20. 3 00. 3.50, 8.10. 00ft, 7.05 0J0. 10.37 and 1104 p m On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 2.00. 5.10. 7.08.7.29.0.20 and 10.37 pm. TIckclK and Information at Iho offlco. northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho nation, whero orders can bo left for tho checking oi bapgnge to destination from hotols and rosl dentcs. ciias. k. ruon, j. n. wood. General Manager. Ocnl. Pass. Agont. llaltimuro anil Ohio UailroailT" Schednlo In effect Juno 28, 1300. Loavo Wftli!dBton from station corner of tevt Jcrier avenun and U streot. For Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Vostlhuttxl i'Mp6! cxvt0" UallJr '30 a m. oxjirsss Fon CiMriMHATi. St. Inls and Indianapolis oxrrvss dmty 3.30 ai,d u.so p m. Foiil'iTTsnino snd lleTeland, oxpress dill 9t0n in and 8.Wp. m. Fon LtxixuToN and points In the Shenandoah Valley, ll.Mi am. For iMiir-rH snd way stations, tJ.SO p m. Kok LfRAr, UJ0 and i.40 p m. For Ualtixore, week days, 4.05, 5 00. 8.. 7.va 7JS0i8.0 45-mlnutenl, S.30, 9.30. (11.00. 12.00 45-mlnule) a. m, li.10, 2.15 2.w 4V minute). 3.15, 4ynilnufes), 3.24, 4.20. 4.10. M 11.(0, 5-ialnule). 8.30 0.00, 0.15. fl.So! 7 10. 7.311, 8 36, 9.10. 10.80 and 11.30 p. m! t-undays, 4f6, 7.20, 7J0, 8J0, 0.30 a m, (1S.C0. 45 minutes) 1.00. 2.13, (2,50, 43-min l".?).,-3Jl;'.4e.(,S0' "minutes) o.ou. t.15. 6.20, 7 30, 8.8M0.3 . 11.30 p m. ron Wat Stations Iwtween Washington and llaltlmora. 8(0, 6,38, 8.30 am., U.10. 3.29. i'S'S-'SS ,J5?I?,'nJ, Sar. 8.30am.. 1.00, 3 , 4.32, B.au, 11.80 pm. Train uuvb IIaltijioh-: for Washington, week days. 8.(0, 0 20, 0.JO. 7.13, 7.J0. 8.00, ?. 8. 60 and 10.30. lOJSam.i W.OO, 12.10. 2.10. 2.3i. 2 30, 4 00, 4.15, 8.00. 0 00,8.201 7.00,7.i0.8j,8.SO,0 00. 10.10, 100 and ll.od p m. Sllll(liT. 030. 7.15. 8 30,8 J5, 9. t. 10,. i?.tt 15- W- 08. S 10, 2 Sfl, 4.13, 9.0O, 8.W, 7.00,7 30, 8.20,8 30, 1010. 10.20 and 11.00 pm Fon Annafolm. 8.38 anil 8.30 a ra., 14. 10 and 4 30 p m. buntlays. 8 30 a m., 4.32 p ra. Leute Annapolis, 0.33, 8.37 a m.. 12.08. 3 PB. Sundays, 8.30 am., 3.81 pm. For t-TATioN on tho Metropolitan Brano tsjo.ias,) a m.. 11.15 p m. For prltclpaJ stations only, til). 10 a m., tljo aud t3 pm. For Hockvilus ami Way Stations, tl.38 p m. FoROiiTHSiuBDuoand lotertBedlata pclntii t.oo,jio), tnxoa m.. ti.oo, ta.oo; .M, t.s, 10.00, tii.Gopm. For Uoyij's and Intermediate stations, ,9 pm. Church train leaves Washington on Sunda atl 13 p m.. torilni- at all slatlous on Metropolitan UraBoli. FoKFriiBBicK.t.).m.jo, $)J0 tll-JOam., S1.18, ts.. t.3u p m. ' Fob Uabsutown, tio.40 a ra. and t3.30 p m. Train arrive itom Chicago dally 11.43 am awl 4.10 pm; Irom CInt loaatl aad St. I.outs daliy X.U) a m and 2.08 p m; from PltUburi; 7.10 a m, 8.50 p ra dally. NKW YORK A PniLABEtFlIIA DIVISION. For Niw York, Ttentoo. Newerk, N. J., and Elizabeth. N. J , 108, tH.U), lo.00 ,-U'OO am. 2 5P, UM anl MOJO p m. IlufTet I'm r lor Cars ou all day trains. Sleeping Car on tbe 10 30 p m. own at SUO p ra. For 1'HiLAbii.PHU. 106, tjOO. 10.09. 12 00 Boon, M.to. '4.80. (.18 aad W.30 p tu. For Svkwabk, Del , WllmlBtou and Cbester. 4.U8, tsOO a m, 'K-ttl uooo, 2J0, M.W, S.13 and W 30 pm. ' For intkrsediatk roiNT littwB Baltimore and PidUMttapliia. tSOO and VM a. ox, UM, Ms pm. Thaim liavx New York for Washington, HW tll.au um, .(, S2C, 'S-lAlp maud W ISslfbt. Tkaulkar Pbiladalpbla, tor Washington. li-JJ'i1 9U- " "" UM n'' Yvu hoarau, UM p m. with FuUsun BuSet IHI BiKTUM, -JW p BU WHR toteeiiiai- Car luiudog thr wktawt iumi, via Fosuli kMis fiiiissiastw ia B. tnrotuiu to Boston ibievitoki HlldifO, m. station a( lIMC ATLANTIC ClTV, IjK 3B4 WJW a B, li."0 roob, Suadays, 106 an, WOOuo-juauJ at .32 pm. itxetn Miaday. D-iUy. Wunday on'y. mggxta "iiiud for and checked from wi tMs aad reutenc'Xi by t'niua TriB.fcr i'o ni oetUt left at ticket oaUow, 12 sod 1 Ul Pa. ate. uui at dsstut. j. rTutauuLT chas. o. sccll. Ga. Monaaor. tioa. Pm Ax t JOHN P. AGNEW& CO Wkotosato aad Hatall Baalew la IbsWtg id Gage's Cresk Coal, OfHCM: 1481 fa. a. (GkiMOtaa SaUdUu), YAKD: Oor. H st. aati Dsti. ave. T8LBPHONK: OSaoe. 514: Yard. n. MXUIOJ.Z.. A PilllTIUF FI.0STorFAIUNO MAKHOOD; ft ruoi i ui: ocMxiiuui kikvoos debuity: tTfTT? "E WtniMM ol Body ud Mm4 EffecH - - -U of Errors ur ImttMi in Old of Y t jr. Ruliul. !... RAtUUOU full. II .lur. J. U U knUri. ul Slnmu. Hk Ik. I 1U UAlr'kU UR4..M A fiRIS I SUDT. AUulKUlI Ui.tJilt MOSS lKKiTMt.M-lWs.su U 4. RraU.l.f) Irvm 41 biU., JrrriUu-ii. kJ.d t urrlfm t uUBtrUA, Imiu. .ra. Ui. ut Suuk. fuUr,uUuJtea d tu)f UbtUjbn. AMn (lie MlDtCAl M..BrfAlO,i.V z prssens rally su doisa 1( fi u U oaU spacloc tot Iba oifttlo cai4 ot thiM dliiaae. U.U.IMOBAKAM M ty. AmsUrclniii, N T. W bare sold J U las xu.ay -ai, - 4 Kirvo ku us4 ul una Jj K.DYCHFAro. Sl.M. Hi&li iJiumu CUICME8TCS 3 ENGLISH PENMYKBYAi MLLS KsmI C 'um IMimuujuI ilraud. Sk kkfc. V " lM.UIM-4 StrMtJ. tiiibwo A"catolAir t-bj-i. . tr r. .kilkx ,..,1 v. u. r a- i-M. 4I n...-r ., mnU. ... Hvi1 .. M..ll.ja a... 1-iUU. . FOB MEN ONLY! nP Jk" Jr I.S.IJf ' ; '! I & r t ,1 L 1 'S V u 4-