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THE DAI1.Y CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1800.
i ?nl DAILY CRTTIC exit arnciA&a. For NervottSneiM and Utm of Vlrev, siT.i.Tie(iK. malarial, eifcwwtton awl Mrdrrd trnnbles. Ring's Tonte WllWOf Coca 1a "nrernr. TScentSTCr Pint bottle Only a' KbMtt Hoqw Pint 8"fe. W. II. Monghton On , tvmrstors and ranrtshfrs, WW sort 1 F trpcf northwest- How It this tot a Bargain? A Three Piece Bedroom 9w 9olM Oak Large i.las SI Wowill mil mn tlm mMM. jviih Fprlng and Msttre, for I" cnt bst BndT Bi usaela Okrpet.il. to per ysfd Onr best Tapestr vard Our hMit m ianesirv nnnHH unH. tc pfi our best Moqnette Carpet, f ' pw yard if yon want nonest, reliable goods at trainable prices, Onr Store Is fall of them. An prices guaranteed. W H. Hnranto Co . isis-ltan r street aoht Itnriden's New Fait Owods. Tohn Rndden, the pioneer Installment man, centrally located at W) and M Seventh street r.-rthwest, has Just returned from the east cm markets with an Immense supply of all k'nds if hcnekeeptnc good. earoeti, store, rps ctr Ton can furnish yrmr nonse from C'l'ar to garret, at this store, with cash prkej. on the Installment plaa. The National 5afe Deposit Onmpanyt Cor, lsth St. and 71. V. Arena. storage for Wlrerwara. Jewelry. Laee, Fine Goods and valuable of all kind. Charges moderale. Safe deposit boies for rent at the Terr lowest rates. FATALLY BBRNED. A tlnsollne Store Kxplortes and Sirs. Ilenttey Loses Iter Life. "Vesterilajr afternoon Mrs. A1 F. Ilentley-. wife of K. J. Ilentley, an em floyo of the War Department, was fatuity burned by haying her clothe Ignited from a gasoline store. She went Into the baseraont of her home, 1439 Florida avenue, for the pur pose of heating some water on the gas oline stove. Shortly afterward Tier daughter heard some distressing sorenmg, and upon Rolrjjr downstairs found her mother's clothing enveloped In flames. Bbo immediately cried for help and a number of the neighbors came In, but too laic to render material assistance as Mrs IJcnlley's rlothlne wore almost completely burned from her body. Bho suffered the utmost agony until about 0 o'clock when she died. Mr. Uontlcy and his family came to Washington frcm Kenosha, Wis., and his wife's re mains will probably be taken thero for Interment. Oranlte Stale Republicans, The New Hampshire Ropublloan As sociation had a largely attended meet ing last night at 1411 F street north west Officers were elected as follows; President, ex Senator Aaron H. Cragln; vice president, George J. N. Patterson; secretary, Georeo W. Bargent, treas urer, John Couehlln. Messrs. Bargent, Coughlln and Tenny were appointed a committee on transportation. A letter was read from Senator William E C handler. In which he informs the as sedation thero Is perfect union And har mony among tho Itepubllcans of New Hampshire, with bright prospects for n Cfmpktc victory In November. "We must not," the Senator says, "relax cur exirtlons or omit to do anything which can wisely and fairly be done to achieve success. Much enthusiasm was manifested at the mritlDg. The next meeting will tie held Tuesday evening next at 814 F street nonnwesi. Maryland It rpntil leans Dlteiiis the Campaign. At the regular meeting of the Mary land Republican Association last even ing a number of applicants were sleeted to mimbershlp. President lload made a few remarks on the campaign duties of the members, after which a cam paign committee was appointed. A committee was also appointed to secure a new hall Instead of the .Monumental Hall, where the meetings are now held. On motion of Mr Forrest a committee of three was appointed to report to Commander O'Neil of the Navy Yard in the matter of O. II. lUmimoat. charged with violation of the Civil Seivlce laws. The meeting wascott eluded with an address by Mr. George W Sollera of Haltimore. Voter In tha Old Duuilulwn. The Virginia Republican League held its regular meeting last evening, which waa largely attended. Messrs. T. J. Fdmondson, L, W. LuUsrabery ami J. A A ade were appointed a committee on transportation. Mr. Luisesbery of the Eighth CocgreeelotMil district said that on Tuesday evening next he would move a susoeBsloa of the regular order cf business and aek the eoesWerutloa and adoption of what is ksows in the league as the "Hume" resolution, which were tabled at the last regular meeting. To Vols Ib xLlttla Khuiljr," The Rhode Island Republteaa JUw cfsH n had a tueeling last Bight at th I lliit House with a view to cople4iag airaceements to go home and vote. Mr llccry A- Fierce, a cUrk la th r-tca'c disbursing office, presided. Tb ( irmlttee oa trsBsponauust reported ltu' iluy had secured reduced rates of fare snd the elub elected live saw uieUii. Yaeaaeies is the executive I I n itltUe wt.r lUUd by the ekctloa of J Ln I' Xoyes sad Saasuet II. Staaoas fullco Court luipruTunioals. As (ntimated la The Cutic soaw t'ava ago the IsaproveaseAts to tke Po Ifie Court will sot hagia foe soaut time The platss wktck SutUiag la Epctur Entwiase kaabad apfforcd pro vide for three eelkoa ista las tail grousd in ite rear of tha Webster building The two story kulUUag la tm rear of I te same block will be set apart for the se f Judge Milkr aad Use clefts. All f the rooms will be newly futaiskeU About fd.500 will be spMt 1 thia way, an. I $mm will be uaad ta paiatiag aad r. c vnileg the old eomH-Mom. Citatum aa as HtssHloa, An excuratoa party of 4 grocers ; .,- m New Kaglaad arrived la Waak- ; irvt, o yesterday oa a sifts, fiitag irip, i sc 1 tu day are aitatjeteti at Wi Haul's, : hiti atid th4 Ebbttt. Tae party b j trlcr the caarge of Heals nail Joavt- i s d pubiher of tt Jrssf Mgi4 iir ,r aud, aJtec visttiag Um nusaW of itiurisi in this city aad askiag a Uia to M.. uti Veraiw, U1 taam for fcosswi i o,..truw atotalmg. Lstt yesHsnly wiajs ' 'D M.i)oVy ajtaftwosi yjyajil Qil- .lsuj tu aartjats ot a rsmttWiTaal at -vi F r m aortawaai. mm m of 1 anus t tgaafMriaw ajass) pita . abd ii uctedalju tocMatosasaU ( L,i;f T waitef 414 aot asSura. ,La li Gi . gajw awsiaw aat iosw of bi - Me U1 T,tse v.w Yitrt mm. (luM, l'ail4lilo)--Oh. i Uti hi. ill Uf- FLuadi. , , M . o W aay be atow. . .,c -1. ;icaad oure u . tj. - uc Caatoaalal 1 ,. s ,i. ftaw th Dec li .! I ..a ltaS biuw, myU, snd d-,I-Jj ltL )uttl JBVoiVc t.rtjb, I 1 Swfct t aijrb KewM.ii mti rilty KL.U, bj Jj-ugglota. NEW SGH00L3 WANTED HI BOAXB OF TKDSTS88 SUBMITS ffS ESTIMATE FOR NEXT YEAR. It VNtl 0tst Over Million fHaKt Sew Rnlrirmrs tranlMlDr. (Irlmks Asks Shme I'ertlnont Unestlens. A ttmtUA mmlBg of tin Sefcoftl Board was hW lnt night for th eon sMeratiOR of th esttmatm for the ftal year ewtUng ,Tnn 80, 1W8. Mr. John T. Mltokelt was elected pttdtreBt of tk board and Mr. 3. 0. Gnrtey was re eletted secretary. A special committee ormsstlng of Messrs. Thayer, Wood ami Grim tie sulntltted the following ostlmftrss, whhrh were unanimously agreed to: One tBperlntendent, $4,800; one enpertn tendent, 3,M0; one clerk ami seeretsrv, $1,600; one clerk, $1,000; one clerk, f00; one trnsDcy agent, JPW, one messenger, l?SG: one messenger, TOO. In all, for em err. $18,00. Eight hundred and forty-lire teachers, at sn average annual salary not to exceed A5,$67S,896; tescbers In nh?ht schools. r,0TO; contingent expenses of night schools, $1,000, rent ot school buildings, llfi.OOO, contingent, expenses, $30,000; pur ehsse of library, $5,000. t uel, $0,000; tool, machinery and appliances for Industrial In struction. $IB,CO0. furniture for new school bandings, $9,000, right new school build Incs and Mies, WS&CKX), Following were the estimates In de tail for sights ami buildings. Peconrt illrlslon, one eight-room build Ing, $87,600. Third illrlslon, one eight room building snd site, $88.0U0. Sixth division, one eight-room building, Mount Pleasant, $97,000; one four-room building and site, Brooklsnd, $13,000; one eight room building awl site, Columbia rosd, 16,000. Seventh division, one eight-room building and site, $49,000. Eighth division, one right-room building and site, $85,000; building for high school on Capitol III1I, $7S,O0O; In all, for sites and buildings, $968,000. Following wcro the estimates In de tail for tho pay of janitors: High School, first six divisions, $3,400, Rich School, seventh and eighth divisions; $1,SC0; Jefferson, $1,400; Stevens, $1,100; Franklin, Janitor and storekeeper. $1,400; Force, Seaton, Henry, Webster, Gales, Pea body. Wallsch, Garnett, Sumner, Grant (Aealosttn), Curtis and Dennlson, $900 each; Lincoln, Miner and Mott, $800 each; Twining, Abbott, John F. Cook, Randall and Berret, $700 each; Amldon. Crancb, Morse, Brent, Bannsker, Blair, Wormley, Authony Bowcn, Maury, U'elghtman, Brad ley, Blake, Carbcrrr, Addison, Glddlngs, Towers, Msgrndcr, Phelps, Adams, Arthur, Lenox, Sniailivood, Corcoran, Bell, Jones, Briffgs, MeCorrolck, Madison (new), Jack ton (new), Monroe (new), Garrison (new), Ambush (new), and Qvo new buildings, all I&00 each, Hillsdale, Acacostls, Thom'on snd Lovejoy, $360 each; Illrney, Mount rieattant, Potomac. Greenleaf, Hamilton Koad, I'bamberlalii, High Street, Threlkeld, Bilebtwood. Kenning (white), Bennlng (colored), 11C5 each; for care ot smaller buildings and rented rooms, Including uistiual training and cooking schools, whirevcr located, at a rate not to exeeeii K per annua; for the eare of each school room, $3,390, Afltr the adoption of the schedule Trustee Grlmke started out lo aearelof Infi nnatloD, and submitted the follow ing queries lias a school trustee any rla-lit. and. If so. what. In the matter of selecting sites tor school lNilldlngs wlthlu his division? second. What has been the usual method pursued by this board in selecting school sites Upon whom baa tins duty devolved? He was evidently displeased at Trus tee Mitchell's action atthe District Com missioners' oflice in the afternoon re garding Ibe selection of school sties, hut tlit queries were referred to the com mittee on buildings and discussion pro ven tui. The official announcement of the ap pointment of tha members of the Echoed Hoard was read and the session closed. Win, lu Thalr Generation. J-'rm JrvtM Jwra-)l. "DM you ever write any poetry, Jack?" asked one young man of an other. "Well." atd Jack, frankly. I thought it was poetry, aad she agreed with me. but we nevrr ventured to sub mit it for an expert opinion." The Largest tUIIInc Ship. Frm IA4 St umM QiUl It. 1 be France, the largest sailing veasel la the world, was launched at Partick yesterday. She has Ave masts, and her toBBage is 8,750. She Is Intended for the nitrate trade between South Amer ica aad France. It Ma I)lirrue. frtm lit Xv York Prn At baseball or teaals or pulliac aa ait. The jh uaeoaipUlelag HMl spsad ta m base day, Bt wbea aslied a btiadie to brlag fwea tb He'll stgke'srtbe task ia tha BtesttUaeMl r- B S.V. I' Pm W AW Yrt Jhw. "I west you ta tell me sotaatbiag," "Well, what la it?" "Wbaa a bwb says 'Go to, jto to, where doea U wUh you to go tor' If you have a GOLD or COUGH, acute or leading to COHbUWPTlON 1G0TT o iii: too ii:it oik and ayporsxosrairas or urn: .no suoi ISS BUXt.il CTTKSl JPOR XX". TbU frr oar .11 n -.nu.i,3 tt loiuln Uuif v.r.'-.'niu . t 1 1. a llyptnk,tulf ji.1 ni. Awaitafans I W Litn-s UU. lo 4 by tiyioiaua M the a .fU o. r 1. to w naM m mntk thrt llanos a a coim as trfattt -'"' Uki ou a irj.-i EuiuJk.o, bMtcr ttu iiilutliors umAn f, r ail fiirias of ryitirffflfftT Ssuaa. JSruiaclkMM. coys i jiptiox, Sluaa, ld Fteih rSrosiiatver inst.uaMiuis iue Mtrrs ifsmntaii. It Ut s14 Wr H Pi uaslata. Lot ou oaa by kruroa t.si.luaSuo r imni ot tuiUoat titditw o aai & uluivu F teetbvtd Bd f vuuuauc UouSiB Use COMPANY'S IXTRACT OF BEEF fu ef Tea. uu. M4 TMnhmi. eSaate. Mna. it A-t-u or Heat Jutls. tor anv Uuitftb a ttmo, mX tseajajaraatat tear iavor taaa -ay utiir .Wk " Sjumwltie tutlr tsa J it Liciji . ,,. t..ii ,.t Kit,u4 a w -msi 10 --W -- , - TLTI anr huujmm M. MH 7 I " i Liebig "7 W. A. PIBRCS & CO., Successors to E. G. Davis, 719 MARKET SPACE, Corner Eighth Street. We Have Excellent Reason To bettere that the lamest Meornhne Ooods bnsrhess done fn the etty Is done here. And whyshonldn'l wet We raaXe a speofalty of It. If there Is snvthlns: new we are the first to show It. v hen yon start oat to bey a Mark Dress It Is not as If yon wanted a col ored one, for all yon have to do then Is to find the rlht shade. With Blaek Goods it Is very different. Yon may lack lodgment ot experi ence. Ton don't knew whleh will wear well or which Is n (rood Blaek. In sneh eases you have to rely on tbo firm oi wlrioh you make your purchase. Certainly It Is ranch more to yonr advantnto to deal where yon are saro of what von are baring and that Ibe color will be guaranteed to be all right. We don't hesi tate to say that we have the best, the fullest, the newest stook of Mourning Goods In tho etty the most attractive to look at and the met considerate of your pocket book. The first thing that attracts yonr attention Isahneerltoof Black and White Goods, In rinlds, Stripes and Fancya ot all kinds. They are well worth the former prleo of BOo; but we bare marked them out at BOo per yard. A little farther on Is anothor pile marked to. These are all Black and comprise stripes of all sizes, rialds, Figured, Plain aad Rough Streets. Yon should see these bargalns-they aro well wort li your Inspection. Wo are showing tome beanttfnl effects In 50-Inch Goods, K-lnch Black and White Doublo-strlped Hin doo Cloth 11.35 yard CO-lnoh Black and White BIngle-strlped Hin doo Cloth.... Si. yard ro Inch Black and Whlto Hatds Hindoo Cloth, 31.23 yard M-lnch Black and White Striped Royal Surah Cloth..... it 23 yard 84 Inch Nun's eorgo in Blaek it yard M-lnch Camel's Ualr Serge, rongh efloct, ft yard JC-Inch Camel's Ualr Serge rough effect, JI.S6 yard M Inch Camel's Hair Sorgo, lino weave, St .S3 yard Mlnoh rialn Camel's Hair 11,23 yard M-lneh Broadcloth..,. 81 and $1 .33 yard &l inch Broadcloth. ..II 73 yard CQ. A. Piepee &Go Successors to 719 MARKET Corner Eighth Street. PCitl-W ely UROTUERS, M Warren SU New York. Price so tttHF "J Qrsnd, Upright and Square PIA2STO-FORTES. Speetal attention ot perebasers Is larited to our "NKW A8TISTI0 STYMSJV HrSflE4iT DECMaTIVB ART." PIANOS FOK RENT geeoBd-h&Bd naaes at All Prises. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. tax cxaBS. bTKkUJNQ, M1NNBOL-V Aad jam wUi always aave haaatttol Bread. astM aad latseasta. Waolasala DmcmS, aos- m Meat sttaat aad laabaa avaaaa. WU. M. OALT & 60. UVTKTJi A.S1 M Him TAVJiA.lf'ni. NEW YORK BUFFET, vj.lWNIffitlr!rTX.W. Heat sad rnmif Taaj"Ht ia the eJj. lav JAXBi K. QMM9UA fsnmrtjSnr ViasUhvUTUH. B. C. "tr4aeJa'Per saw ajss sfiV 4aTP ajaiaeT1 tati aat) 1 at, a, y., QfLttAlaavsto 4a(r0fllia1alVMft ataaSaWaV g.X.Ca, w 'mivii utytrnL. wummmm. u r aawmm asa as Vwaaaaa aav 1 ; c-' ' iw mxttu aUliOS'ilAV FtAX. BiXTH. rtuucr Atu fa Av. I CERES Wffl OFFICE OF ffl-tneh Broadcloth, extra fine irmHty, $s.TS yard K-tnh rolka-strlred Henrietta.. ..SI. is yard Inch Arirmre-strlpcd Henrietta. ...,$1 yard Inch HerrlBg-bone Clradiln $t yard 4t Inch Camel's Hair Ic roegbeffect...ft yard 4-lnch Kplngle ft yard 4C-tnch Broeado Henrietta tt.ssyard SC-lneh Brocsde Armnre $1.35 yard Inch Granite Cloth $1 yard We wilt call your nt tent Ion to a special valne In Winch silk Warp Henrietta at $1.38 yard. ThlawonMbeverylowat51. AlsoaBoyal Hindoo Cletb, 46 Inehes, at $1 yard. it ineh French Cord $1 yard 46-Inch Royal Surah (special).. ...... ..St yard 46-Inch Royal Diagonal $1.23 yard Have you seen that M-lneh Homespun In rough effect f It Is very new and taking. $1 a yard Is all wo ask for It. 40 Ineh Wool Henriettas, 50 and 6Sc a yard 46-Inch Wool Henrietta, 73, 87o and 81 yard 40 Inob Silk Warp Henriettas, S1.33, $t.S0, St 73 and $2 a yard. Yon should get a, dress off one of these: tho price Is advanelng. Then there Is a French Sergo, 40 inches wide, all wool. Wo. We havo them in 45-Inch at CO, 73c and St. They aro splendid values. In onr Bilk Deportment you will find all tbo newest weaves at way down values. They ore Armnres, Fean do folo Failles, Indlas, Japanese, Satin Duchess, Bhadame. Merrell Icnx, Hemstitched Snrab, Plain Surah, Oros Grain, Mourning Oros Grains, Canton Crcpos, Japanese Crcpos, Crepe de Chine Broeades, Black and White Striped Armuro, Black and White Striped Faille, Black and Whlto Striped Surah, Black and Lavender Striped Armuro. In Cream wo have Sarah, India and Japa neso Bilks and Canton and Japanese Crepe andOepodoChlco, W-lnch astracbans in Blaok and Black and Gray for trimmings from S3 to 110 per yard. SPECIAL. 20 pieces Flno All-wool Paxony Flannel for Wrappers ln Strlpos and Tlsld and Chocks at SZa a yard. E. G. Davis. SPACE 719 PABST MILWAUKFE BEER, BEST OX ACCOUNT OF PURITY, AGE AND STRENGTH, iKju-clutly Good for l'auilly Ve. m ltciiuflflul for tVealt auit Debllllaletl k'eroous. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Jlunager IVubliiugtou llraucli, 703-705 lloitti Capitol Stiee Telephone 273, FOR CLOTHING, rURHISHlKGS A MB HATS. eevofaut MM CtM tl m vi E Ms littali .. Waare everybody o. U is tae afsitjnt haiaaav cotaer la Vfaslriaatoa WKW TO WJ1T JtVJUtYtaasf. Weeaasaovioatornaeaavsatfssttpa Use aaaaV aaaw OS tn flaf an(aHiaBBaa m aaaaaaaaV VVaW a tai TiSe Btetifct, iSHSiW Saw aalt iad ,. a, sad thamut -a save m 00 every dolUr IsraaMrE , we .have 10a ttgw win mnA am eamttm Han d.iLUr beat atrial!. nu la taa vsatkt; atstatU ft tjMAilfaf avs-is-itfcii tsaarasl Bsaaw laa ' atlin Olit triilM B. StTsYV DrarBrBat IM Uaaa H&ZS oM evanvaave ljrH trlis. I , at i as. , at fi as. slat, uviu. our iwl a l FOsiiiu.N - iaTUMfr. tfa'ju'nr In Ilea's t ' wwaas la all oaati i4ss 6on ew t laT"Sae 9m afats Wbtsataow Wikk. Bsnfl&ljasatasl sste aji He latest vaUiaaatlUafsHa ajtis, a aad SOe. wSeByoagattaaduiwtroBMaaayol tae ubove artiews give u a oau. wth a m ftttaav ar. w. Hs FRIEDLANDER, m aaati so we also save a ess ia to ia aaaas. frfiai al Ia)laaFiiluua. we ssaaofsvwurv eve mi 1 1 Wl ' ' "" 515 SereMh Street Northwest, Have Opened a First class Retail Credit Jewelry Store where tlicy will constantly keep on hand a complete stock and large assortment of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware &c, &c.f &c., WHICH THKT WILL SELL ON A SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM CHEAPER TITAN CAN BE BOUGHT KLSEWUKUE FOIl CKSH, Thereby enabling onr patrons to havo tho USE of tho ARTICLE while they aro paying for It. Wo keep a full stock of nil tho best grades of Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gold and Silver American Watches, Includ ing Split Second and Repeaters. Also Howard, Rockford, Elgin, Waltham, Hampton and Swiss Movements. Flno Watch Ropalrlng n Specially. CALL AND LEATIN nOW TO BUT C-OOD3 ON OUR SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM BEFOItE rUIICnAStNO ELSEWHERE. Goods Delivered on First Payment. Open evenings. ftO-Mti, 515 Sevenih Street Northwest, Upstairs. Messrs.lMShepard Announce the Publication ot a Library to be Called ES, . This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some oi the "best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Ead. Mer M Be Cetpiile it Itself. No, 1 The Blind Men and the Devil. ayMMMBAS. fo be attaw4ar h 2-ln Tiusti v, Dr, Ber trand's WmMh h yikx MMm Mm, WOUViKUMriC. niraft Pfb, ht Xm, mmyxwowmm aiiaaealgateaf saasitrt be M aalisiBr uS aaajsJMlaw anew ateaH .aalar seat riatnaM thi ryift " tHn LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, UO&TOX. lew York ClotMn Everybody "Talking" Clothing. While this "talk" Is KOlrjRon we are ."OR & Mj TT?&ro?M ' 7 meh abont oar .aMUH. .Oar eatfoi stock; &&IH2tSvl ttttw U , iBrsrpwjiij"xr.v':w.TikSrt. ' cent. )kp1hlHf''aJn We stlrtM those SobbTTall-weigtit Overcoats that aro soiling all over town for 810. a ..11 SI. .11ImT1 0nr-ihn comjft'liose elsgant Meltons and Kerteys. with or withont silk facing. We let owwTra'es1 the fln Imported Meltons, KerseTS, Chevlcts and Worsteds, all shades, B,V&W":1.8C& ranco tromf. to M0. We have every known material and style. .. n fAn' rii tumb tnsm sako !kl wVeSnTrrfoVW.VnirCa.slr ClarWeSteds. Thibet.. Infait, anv laateriaithar yoo may wish. Onr Boys' and Children's Department Is fm,t'0'8vi,, . w We ean fit tho Stent Man, Lean Man. Tall Man, SbCtt Man, K Small Man. USTZESW YORK ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE MANUFACTURER AND RETAILERS, Syracuse, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. 311 Seventh St N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S KRT STORE, 100.3 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures Stock Except Allotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Special attention paid to Framlwr. ReRttdlnir, Movtnn and Boxlna rietnres and Mirrors. James B. Xiambie, HKRDMHRE 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GfiS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ SAKE TBI 03 MFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the in stant the coolclng Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALS BY THS WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,' ... . ' -a !!!! iiiiiju JgwHSJii ilH -yjaysssaaaaaaw i I ..- jHJPPiM luanw "" ac hajqI You CAMT $ji jdwfp.Sl wmrr in That IWhK gCAMC FWM KitEESSlaBPiai JuoSwirll m 0 JSmWM dm&ttni 3UraOB13TOLl5ir-2V H H QR Wfl teW HPSilSS-i fHTTmsw&sQm&J : M 7 Mmn (-,,-ui-5--1 aHkLak. SfMlsSt ISmWHmVmKe- Jeg" vc .aW"-'aSss? BUT T0E TEHKS AID HAMESS KISTBESSI'S, US bimXk bt M W . next tu Udl Feiiuwi' HU I House, Extra Large ami Extra 1 . t B and $ 1 .50. IH 10 OB 19 H1HDTE3. KAir.nOAD5i - S-S- Ss s The Groat Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. IxmWe Traek. trlndH Scenery. Steel Ralls. Magnificent Bqntpmeat. In effwt Mar Utb.tMO. Trains leave Washracton, Irom station, cor ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows: Ton Prrrsstmo and the West, Chfoftfro Limi ted Express of Pnllman Vestlbnlo (Mrs at 10 50 a m dally; Fant Line, 10.50 n m dally to Cbleaeo, Cofnmbns and St. Lonls, with Bjeepfnir Cars from llarrlsbnrg to Indianap olis, nttsbnrr to Columbus; Altoona to Chlcnpo. fit, LonH, Chicago and Clnolnnatl Bxsress. 3 30 o m dally rarlor Car Wash lagton to narrlsbnrfr. and Steeping Cars Marrlsbnrff to St. Ixuls, Chtcaso and Cin cinnati, mid Dining Car narrtsbnnt to St 1onls, Chicago and Clnolnnatl. Western Kx-ra-ew, at T.4o p m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and 8t. IiOnls, con necting dally at Harrlsbnrg with throogti Sleepers for Lonlsvllle and Memphis. Pull man Dining Car nttsbnrg to Richmond and l Men go. radllc Kxpreff, lOOO pm dally, for Flttsbnrg and the West, with through Sleeper to Flttsbnrg and rutebarg to Chl- BAlMORK AND roTOMAO lUtMlOAD. Fob Kasb, Canandalgna, Rochester and Nl a gars Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 a m. Fan Kniii, Canandalgna and Rochester dally; fir Buffalo and Mseara dally, except SAt nrday, lOMpm, with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Rochester. Fon WitxiAjtsronT, l-ock Ilaven and Elmlra, at 10 B0 a m dally, except Sunday. Fob WrtttJiHn'onT, daily, 3.30 pm. Fob mtuiDEUTtu, How fork and the Hast, 7.20, fl 00, 11. CO and 11.40 a m, 8.10, 3.15, 4 J0, 6.40, 10 00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday, 9.O0, 11.40 a m, 3.10, 3.15, 4 80, 10 00 and 11.20 p La. IJmtted Express of Pullman rarlor Cars 9.40 ft m dally, except Sunday. Fon New Yonit onlv, Limited Bxprou with Dining Car, 5 00 p m dally. Fob PniLADKLrnii only, Fast KxpteM 8 10 a m week-days and 4pm daily. Bxpress Sunday only, 5.40 p m. Fon BosTon without change, 3.15 pm every oay. Fob Bnoont.TN. N. T., all througb trains con nect at Jnrecy City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across Now York City. Ton Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m wdok-days, 11.20 pm dally. Fon BALTlMons, 65, 7.S0, 8.10. 9 00. 9.40, 10.00. 10.50, 11 00 and 11 40 ft n, 12.05, 2.10, 3.1S 3,30, 4 00, 4.20, 4 30, 5 00. 5 40. 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 ami 11.80 p m. On Sunday 9.00, 9 05, lo.no, n.40 a m. 8 to, 8.15. 3.10, 4.00, 4.80. 5.00, 5.40. 6.00, 7.40, 10.00 and 11 SOp m. Fon Pora's Cnizic IjIrk, 7.00 a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon Akhai-olis. 7.90 and 9.00 a m, 12.03 and 4.20 p m dally, except Sunday. Bandars, 0.00 aja and 4.20 p ra. WASniNGTON SOtmrERN RAILWAY. In effect May 11th, 1800. For AuxAnnniA, 4.30, 0.35, 7 45, 8 40, 9.45, 10JS7a m, 12.rt noon, 3.05, 3 30, 4.8.1, 4.55, 0.01, 8.02, 10.03 an( 11.38 p m. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.43, 9 43 IP .', a m, 30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.05 p.m. Accomhodatiiih for Quantlco, 7.43 a ra and 4A1pm vok-days. 7.43 a m Snndays. Fon RicnaiiSD and the South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.33 p m week days. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington,!. )t 7 on, s 00. 9.10. 10.13. 11.07 a ro; 10. 3.00,1.11, 5.10, S05, 7.03. 9.20. 10 37 and II 03 p n On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m: 3.00 1 1 1. 7.03, 7.23. 9JM and 10 .37 V m. Tickets and Information at the office, northeast corner of Thirteenth etroot and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tbo station, whero orders can bo left for the chocking of tmggago to destination from hotols and resi dences. CIIAS. E. rUOtt. J. R. WOOD, general Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent. Italtimure and Ohio Hail road. Schedule In effect Juno 30, 1890. Leave Wahlugton from station corner ot Now Jersey avenue and U street. Fon CincAso and Northwest, Vostlbulod Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 9.30 pm. Fon Cimcikkati, 8t. Louis and Indianapolis expreiis daily 3.30 aid 11.30 p m. Fnn ViTTmiTe and llevoland, express d ill 9 30 a m and 8.10 p. m. Fern Lxxiao-roN ami olnts In tbo Shonaadoab Valley, ll.s-o a ra. Fon V iNcnnrxn and way stations, tS.S0 p ra. Fon Luhav, 1J.30 and 3 40 p in. Fon Haltivohe, week days, 4.05, 5 00, SM, 7.K0 TOtS.W 45-mlnuteo), 3.30, 9JW, (11.00, li 00 43-mlnute) a. m , IS.10,3.13 (J.50 4V roUlute, (3.15, 45mluuiei), 3.3S, 4.20, 4 JO, 431 IU0, ss-mtnutes) 5.30 6.00, 6.13, 6.30, 710. 7.30,8 33, 9.(0. 1030 and I1J90 p.m. t-undais, 4 0ft, 7.8U, 7.30, 8.30, 9J a m. (1S.CO, 43 minutes; 1.00. 3.13, (450, 5-mIn ule)3.SS,4.ui,4, (4.60, 43 minutes) 6.00. U1B, 0.20, 7 30, t 3fi. 10..T , 11.30 p m. For Wat hTATinMS betiretm Washington and llaltlmoro. SIO, 6.36, 8.30 am., li.10, 3.25, 4.tt,S'Jo. HJUpm. Sundays, UM a m.,l.oo, 3M,4.3S,6JJ, 11.30 pm. Train uave IIaltihouh for Washington, week days, S.lti, U.JO, 0.30,7.15, 7.20.8.00, 8,10, 8 3S, 9.30 and 10.20, lOJJam.; 1100, lt.10. 3.10, 3.30, S 50, 4 00, 4.13, 5.00, 6 00,6.30, 7.00, 7.30, 8.30, 8 30. 9 00. 10.10, 10.20 and 1 1.00 p m. Sundavs, 6 ). 7.13. 8 30. 8.3s, 9.30, 10.2O, KM a ra.. 12 00. 1.03. 3 10, 3 30, 4.13, SJ0U, 6.2U, 7.00, 7.30, 8.39, 8.S), 10 10, 10J20 and 11.01 pm. Foa Amsai-ous, 6 33 and 8.30 a m., 12.10 and 4 30 p m. Sundays. 8 SO a m., 4JH p m. Leave Annapolis e 33, 8.37 a m., 12.05, 3 p hi. Sundays, 8 30 a m., 3.33 n m. For bTATHMs on the Metropolitan Brano . tsjo. 1S30 a in. t. 15 p . For prleelnat stattoas only, tiu.40 a, m.. il.'JO and UM pm. Ton ItooKTltxx and Way StatlOBS. UM p m. Fen OiiTUJHKBOHti and iBUrmedlato palnts ts.trn, f te.oo, tn jo a ra., 11.00, ts.oo, ,,u, t.46.0,tll0pra. Fes Horu's and Intermediate statleas, ,9 pm. Chvbch traik laves Was hlngton oa Sanda at 1 13 p m., stopping at alt stations oa Metropolitan Uranoh. Fe FacDEBicK. ts so, se.30, UM tlt.30am.. fl.U, tS.30. t4.3il p ra. Fea IlAsinatowif, 1 10.40 a m. and tSJO p m. TsAiKSABHivKlrom Chleago dally 11.43 am aad 4.1V p ra; from Cinolauatl aad St. Louts dally 3. to a m and 3.0a p m; Irom Pittsburg 7.10 u m. 5.50 p m dally. NBW YORK & PHILADELPniA DIVISION. FaaNsw oaK, Treatoa. Iiawark, N. J., and lUsabeth, N. J , U . UM, W.00, 'W-OO am. ttO. 4.39 aad 10 30 p m. Buffet Farter Cars on all day trains. SteeplafCar oa the 10.30 p m, open at lOO p m. You rHuainuHu, M.es, tsoo. io.oo, uoo nobB, M.50, 4.&0, 6.15 and W-S-l v m. Fuk Mwmc, Del , WtlEalugtoa aad Cbitor, I. OS, 1H.00 a ra, 1.00 boos. UM, 'LW, 6.1 aad lfl 30 p m. Fes i auuiiiKATS roiNT between Balttmera and PbJudwIpbJa, 15-00 and J7.20 a m, 1M, IJOpm. Taim lsats New York for Washlagteu, S 60 tll.Sa a m, 00, 3.3C, "S-OO p m aad KMstgbi. TBAHwLKAta Philadelphia tor Washlsgtoa, 4.34, s.lS, f.lS, 'HJ a m, tl.tt, LSI. ajri'T-SKpia. Fob Bww, 'iMv m. wMh Pullman Bsffet hUimlag car roaatag thmMigh o llmtaa wHtout kia(w, via rotulikeopple BrUge. binUiig pass angers 1 B. i M. statiwi at nactui Mm avlakvw Citv, 4 aad UM a m, UM usmb, Sa4ays, 1 OS am, 13 CM ituue aad SBxeayt Baaday. Daily. fSiuuUy aaly, Wmgmmli-i for aad eheekaat from bo te! aad reahtttuuM by Ualua Tuaifar Oa. ua osdes lft at tfeket umtm, a aa4 ISM Pa. ave. awl at deans. J. fTboilLl CHA8. O. SCOLL. (iaa. Maaager Oea. Ps. Aft. JOHN P. AGNEW & GO liUm&t ui toft's liul CwJ, OFHs?& 14t Fa. a- tOaseama Bnstasiial. YJU: Our- U St. aa IM. w- VMJsFitOKS.' OSaea, ttaO: Yasd. MS. BBAGE MP, MAN! Cartala disorders cl MEN waks ttsu Hum. Tuat'k iiiaunr (or iu 1uln ua auoal I-'im ,',u ...... I "ialll al!il taee far OUR NEW BOOK I "'"aosmccum eSuatau." sail suuicai. co aaeais. u r HRVE SOME STYLE! t nuuni aad Sally sa dOIM US f2S 7 .,71 .ii.... uAoiac nw u . - U UJM ''jrerT- . r .k X-1K31 AmilsrrtAjn. M. x. Wa nara sold fL ?.. 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