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THE DAILY CRITIC, TIIVRSPAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 18S0.
- J n i i tf , v The Daily Critic OUT KPKOlAHa. 8fcpJ!wBiwi, malarial, exhatrstton and kHHtfrn' tronWe. Klng Tonic Wine of Cnea fcanrremre 75 cents par pint hot tie only t BoMtt Hotme nrug Store W, It. Itanghton On.. lmwtMWi and Furnishers. Kl snd t F (ttMl Mrthfrmt. Howls this for !' A TWM-rfeM. Bedroom Set MM Oak Um Smi f W. We will mil yon the tame Set, WTO Sprm sri Jiattre, for Sts s onr tan flratr Brussels Carpet. 81 JO per yard. 0f MR Tapestry Brussels carpet. TV per J our ben Moqtratte carpet. Si s per It. It fon want honest, reliable twds at fNratre prices, Onr Store Is full of thsw. All price goaranteod W H. nornirmjr Co., 11 IS) F street northwest. Hwtilen New Kali Onrnln. wows R widen, the pioneer Installment raan, wrtralry ! at no and M Seventh street orthwe1, h Jnt retnrned from the st atSi iMnets with an Immense npply "' all lilMS Of housekeeping good, carpet". stoves, nut, etc Ton can furnish font honse from eeiiar to (arret, at this store, with cash pMei on the Installment plan. The National 8nfe I)epolt Onrapnnr, tfcr. Ilh St. nnil N. V. AvMtic. Storugrs for S'ltei ware. Jewelry, taffes. EJmwbiJi and valuables of all kinds. UWRTtssa moderate, safe deposit boxes for feeH at the very lowest rates. AMATEUR ATHLETICS. Interesting Sport rrntntsml nt Anales tan Island Next Saturday. Tl advance guartl of the army of atnnttTir athletes to the Amateur Ath letic Unlrn on Saturday la beginning to atrlvr, ami to nlitiitamito morrow there will tie more of them here. Mr. Catter, the official handlcapper of the union, Is alrcmty here, and expresses his surprise at the excellence of the arrangements for the meet. The entries have been completed for Ihe different events, ami there are a larger number than It was first thought thire would 1ms. It looks now as If the meeting would be a great deal more of a success and of more thau usual Im pottance In the field of amateur ath letics. All the best athletes have entered, and under favorable conditions llicic Is no reason why Analoatan Island should not boast of having a world beater perform theie on Satur day. In Ihe running events, ospoelally, Is there an excellent chance that a record will be broken. T. P. Council Is entered In all the long distance runs, and so Is day, while such crack per foimcis as Dohm and Downs will be In Ihe short distance races. There is extraordinarily Urge field In Ihe two mile bicycle race, while 100, ISO, 1 10 and 8f0 yards runs have like wise a large number of entries. The representatives of the crack New York clubs, the New York Athletic and the Manhattan, figure In every event, and the contest between these two clubs for Ibe club championship and the hand tome plncque emblematical thereof ptrralres to be most cxcltlm;. The lacrosse game for the champion 1 lp i'f the Union comes oil on Sittir day morning on Analostau Island. A Woman Madly Cut, A woman, who gave her name ai Jlaiy Alleo, was found In an uncon clous condition under one of the trees In ihe Sraltbonlan grounds last night. She was fou ml to have an ugly gash over liui eye from which the blood was freely or-dog. AsMstaoco was summoned and ibe woman removed to the Emergency llofpllal wbire the wound was dressed. She stated that the and another woman named Ittldget Urossmau had been ilriaklng beer In School alley and vol loin a quarrel when the latter cut her aciers Ibe face with a carving knife. Mrs. Allen has made a complaint against her salient and she will probably be an tiled. Ilnnorlnc it Tsmpnrunce .puitle. The centenary of the birth of Father Mathcw, the great apostle of temper acee, will be appropriately celebrated to-morrow sight by the Father Matbew Society of IhU cily at Carroll Institute. Addresses wlji be delivered by BUUop Keaw. reelor of the Cathllc Univer iity; Iter. Pdiber liannan of Havre de Grace. 3M.. 11 v Faiber McOee of St. Patrick's Church, asd Milton K Smith, editor of the Vkurek Xtw Itev. Fslber Waller, pastor of St Patrick's Church, will preside, and the Marine Itaod will perform a number of Irish alts. Arrrattd fur HHIIde Liquor Illegally, OJDcor Willis su yeiterday afternoon arretted X4aW Itusb awl charged him wjh sellisg )UjU4r wllhmit a lieease. Hush keep an oyster room oa Maryland kVfLut. aiid Judye Milkr oeee before Aced him f 105 for keepiag aa tin Heessed bar. Instead of pavtsg the Hm Hush srviMl lime fa the workhouse. When the tine was Imposed Hush priuu tsed Ibe Judge Ibat be would abasdoa his place ou Marylawl avenue awl wove to scwe oihtr section of the city, but it appeals Iltat be did not do so. Wuiila Faru to Itlebuioni!, The cukxxd ucopWi will t-aUbnlm la Ktrl Mtmi g OeiotiMr 15, la ttd 17 ine st liveisas) ftftsw Emancipation PfueUsas. k IkseU will be m1o by the IHmmh1 Vttfcts Xaitresal ai rt of one Ut tor tne M nssMsIp, 1-Mb to 17th, goed to letura un tat td lachsnlaa; the SMb Trains kusve Usstlsisilwt M, iW ad UT a. m. and v.i m. IfcnWib wUi be tba big day panda in Ibe nMasliiif and titvork In Um evening. Ih ddef to iMctiMittvdase tnose WAttinx to Mts a tit trip 4 spatial train will ! M. A K Anus at midniffc oa. Um Utn, i hm usn, intidnisrbs bsm MtnxniMg lnave KtrlinMMMi at vntstfWth. A wcffsAoai was nnbi last aigitt by bjs ajsfwsinsiNstnwa oi tbe itundsj'sybQ'id tf Cnjhwty Baptist Chinch, and was ktgty attended by Um naeatnets and tbr Isiands. The reception was give W skr to eetebrabi the school's attsin Mtens of a Mambenfaip of l.aue. Tne ixticlacs were coartntUxl by bupesta tendeni B. W. Prentiss, and consisted a stthesiasM by a quartette of younc HtUm Md gtlese aal an origin J uciSfttso by sir. Cbarles PaUnun VtrlismVtsMrnts were served at U ean ritwnos) of Ibe exeicues and tbe evening ysatwl tat a very pleasant wanner. Tsjo Mndy pedhrss waMnd f ,ffcntlaii fttatsi fiftysba) ajwi Petals KntiaM inlitlAttd ha aa af ray sttrtdy aftetsvoost ai Use cciMM of Keventb and V aUoeig. Tbe mmuscJ esigteated otes MM price aaknd fcsr skids tsndy. One wan ws cbvging sVa ceass l tbeaaoMi qiunUty of candy t4 tb demanded tc ceatsfor. "Fby tms bnvistf a lively &gbs wheat liMstee asstUiturar placed tbesn undr oesi wd st neited Uumb to leve ft ttHstsaJ fos appsiiiaate to PoUce leniua h kto hell yettedj, 4 to a)una QjsnjajGsi ysy to cos)iiics tsdih este Of th ibtexiur IXpannuuU wafOM. V ism thjKHsn ftufls ids igS)i-hto nfldt aisa siSalpntotul Unurisw. lie we tnkn is Ul . aOT E sucet nuctss TP" jlYVn-f fee yiWSsfcerSi Ma. ltlow's SiHitAlBg nyruB sooutf ala tw umA tut children toothing it nuulbca Uu: .-Mid. auOeiia the fUtnS, SUSIS nU iHdu, uurr. mini ..uOk, Mul & U the bast ugH fcg diauAfjNU 3ic a bofctlt A CAMPAFSN OF mitt. Obh t:Jtk t'ricwl i Otintrllint S rer Out or their Rnlnrle. A bwilness meeliitf of tips Ohio Re puMtcMi Association wn IreM last night In the rooms of the Pennsylvania Republican Association at the corner of Kleventh and 0 streets. Chief clerk Chi Ids of the Census Uurean presided and Inlrodnced Hon. Wm II. Hahn, chairman of the Hermbllcan committee of Ohio, who hat! come to Washington for the special purpose of Informtar. Sovernment employes what they mast o toward campaign contributions. Chairman Hahn spoke of the dlshnn esty of the Democratic party in Ohio and the encouragta: prosrtects of He- puiHican success. lie urftwi tne omce hr Idtrs to step up with their contribu te ne, ami sahl that they need not be afraid of the civil service law. as they cruld frrd ome means of evadinjr, It. He ihtn told how the employes nf the Oh'o Ikmni of Public Works had been arsi sew! 5 per cent, of their salaries, but he said that he would be satisfied If the cletks bore tave 8 per cent. Pome of the member. did not acree with Mr. Hahn on this point, but thought that 1 or 2 per cent, would be sunlcient. Colonel Man Grosveoorof the Treasury Department aroused these members Into a more generous mood by stating that the Indiana ltepubllcan Association bail already sent fS.OOO to that State and would probably send $7,000 more. He believed that Ohio should outdo Indiana. President Childs then started the subscription roll with fK, and two other members subscribed f eicli. Put here the ball stopped rolling nnd Chairman Hahn again took the floor to urge the fearful ones to put down their cash or signify the amount they pro posed to subscribe. Purine Ids speech Mr. Hahn said that an ofllce-holder who did not subscribe to the campaign fund, oucht to lose his place, and In timated that thcro were plenty of anx ious Republicans in Ohio, who wera joedy to tnJtotlio places of lukewarm Republicans In ofllce here. - in PLUNGED FROM THE BRIDGE. The 1'rolialtle Lciip to Death or an Unkonn VHilte Man. The suspicions actions of a white man on tho Aqueduct Ilrldgc attracted quite a number of people yesterday afternoon about S o'clock. Ho walked partly over the bridge os any other foot passenger would do, but as he approached tho centre span ho mada some violent demonstrations and began to climb one of tho triusos, Before doing so ho throw his hat upon tho bridge Moor. After reaching the highest place that lie could he looked around nt those below him and then leaped into the rier, nearly 100 feet bilow him. At first those who witnessed the plunge came to the conclusion that the itikii wus making n left as to the tils 'hi to he could Jump without recolvlne 'tijuilia. lie struck tho water in recti Inr llrodle style and dUappoared. A i umUrof boats were sent to the rescue, lu' tin y did nut succeed in llndlngtho lrdyor ihu unknown man who mule ibo dsrlng dive. Tho only nrllcle by chilli Ihe man can probably be Idenll 111 d is ihe hat left upon the bridge, and It is In Ihe possession of the police. Mr. II. C. Townsend or 1510 O street north west, who witnessed the leap, says that he can give a fair description of the man. Far Ilio Handle nf a Church. A wwMVrtk was given last evening at the risldince nf Mrs. A. II. Mullett, "SOI Pi nnsylvanla avenue, for the ben irltor St. Stephen's Catholic Church. 'Ibecorcert whs under the direction of Profetsor L. K. Oannon, lender of St. Matthiw's choir. The singers were Mrs. Maurice Maiterton, Madame Pauline MontccillTo Malna, Miss Katie Power, Mrs. James P. Collins, Mrs. Kaldte Hosalter Smith. Signor Mariano Malna, Miss Marie L Ilregazzl, Mrs. Charles West. Mrs. i: J. Whipple. Miss Marguerite Nolan, Miss Clara Hosafy, Messrs. AI. PeBnell, J. P. Col llns, L K. Cannon. Miss Jennie Glen nan was accompanist. The Pastime Musical Club took pirt in the exer cises. The attendance was lare and the receipts liberal. Illilrlct Deruocrutu at Work. At a meeting of the National Capital Democratic Club last evening, at McCauley's Hall, 300 Pennsylvania avenue east. It was announced that at the meeting next Wednesday evening at Ibe seme place several prominent D isccrallc spencers would address the club on the issues of the campaign and all members and other Demoerats were e-aittetily requested to be present. This chub is Join much telling work in the adjoining Congressional district of Mar) land. l'oluiuac llout Oluti, At a meeting of the Potomac Hat Club latl eveting Messrs. Morriwa Pngue snd CarlUle WUltiajr were eltvtrd I" All vacancies in the botrd nf jtuvfiwfv, caused by the reeignatloos of Mtssrt. Hilly er and KUwore A ifiMmilte?. erMsaisiiag of Meurs. Pscue, Otfey and Zanpoal was ap rolattd to seeure a suitable building id a winur club house. liar State Kepubllvaa. At a meeting cf Ike Maasaebusetts liipuldiean Assoeiniioa, kebl at 1417 P slieet Inst evenhsg, tbn state of tne eawpaicn In Ibat State was thoroughly d4fenat.d. Tb question of tsnnafotU tion was coMbliwd and bwiia. Curtis BfcaMutk and KaijMias wnsvStMoinled to cosier with that tattsoad nHjrfsli, in odr to stcuie reduced fates. UMMmuu U at Uur rk. Mr. Cnarks P. Gibbons was uurried toutMimg to Miss Caroline B. Hoi Hagswoitb, at Si. AndMw's Bntaoapil Chusch, by itev J B. Persy, rector of thai church. The hrkte is the daughter of Mr. and Mia. WUUaaa W. Uoillng wot lb of Is Droit Park, nnd the grooas is the son of Wtlikun 9. Oibbosu of Georgetown- uosiMuhu Mst (toctt. isvterff' BlrHohrrl Hill rosnwsn-t"l of the ColuashU Drill Cotps- hwasksed thai body a lecepslon at his lesidence, Thled and G UeU. inat evenisvg- The uMise corps was ureseut to uofforan. ad dustost the evening m ey chair Ws pteaeavted to Mr BU- The "Vnivets! ltefam Oiub" has fcetn wgJ(d to PorUnsvi- Any M to starch of joh tit vWImI fc g.im. yeses fcboflM Joto Inw club- Tsw futetsd m0 will have U tima in Mnhninnd on Um 13th. Mh and 17tb uf this luoolh. and to m (.mintudatB taoae itoslring to gu tbe renesylvauia staUroad wU aU UuEets at tale of siugiv fan tut the looad Uiy uu October Is, 15. Itf aud 7, yuod to returu uaU awd Inciudiiig Uw "Junh. Traiu, Urve at i a I I w7 . u.. , i,4 i o3 m Sfttial Ualu alii alou Ul run Unutf ii i. Y MaUou at U v 1 1 tit uuduibt uu LUl litii. altd icLuxuiii w J leavi Ku IiujU l luitlUlil ua Ui.. lolii lUi. llRU ttlll U. a CHRISTIAN EDOCATfON. ItHtmp Keane Delivers an Interntlnc I.eftri on That snhject. The first lecture In the course of pub Ire lettnres for 1W) 91 at the Catholic University wss delirered yesterday afternoon by Rev. J. 3. Keane, D. D , rector of the University, on the subject of "The Problem of Christian Edura tron." Hlshop Keano traced the struggle of the individual and the state from the earliest stages of lljman des potism through the feudal age to the modern representative Institutions. The nineteenth century, he said, is pre eminently the century of popular insti tutions ami popular education. The Influence of America will be the chief factor In the civilisation of the fnlme, and whether that Influence Is to be good or evil depends upon the moral character of the American people. Moral character Is determined by three Influences the church, the home and the school. The great problem now to be solved Is, "How can the school be lieat fitted to mold the chtr acter, ami how can religion, the most Important factor in civilisation, be In ttrducetl Into the schools?" The next lecture of Illahop lCeane's will be delivered on Wednesday after noon ami wilt be devoted to the solution of this problem. AUTUMNAL. ADVICE. Keep vonr feet warm ami dry. Wear waterproof boots In preference to arctics or rubbers. Keep your eye on yonr umbrella, yon will need It you reel f. Stop a couch or a cold at once. Pneu monia and consumption may be statted by either. It you wear rubbers take them oil when ever you have the chance, even If only for a few minutes. if you feel a cough or cold coming on take a drink of mire whiskey at once. It will keep the blood In circulation ami Is the best preventative against the diseases of the season. KememOer that only fmre whtskey should tie taken. Duffy's I'ure Malt Whiskey has the strongest recommendations from the leading scientists ami medical men In tho country, and Is the only standard medicinal whtskey known. Insist on having It. Might Vonx II I tn. from ttn Italttmmt Ttkoram. There was a lady at Par Harbor not lorg ngo whose parents are of tho Kng Hah nobility, and after she had llstoncd to tho boasting of "a dashing Ameri can girl" of her wealth, etc , remarked: "I wish you know my elder brother; I think he would marry you'" Stolen I'nrtor the Title. Frmn tkt Ktmira (taittti. In his famous speech nt Cincinnati In 16T0 Mr. Ingcrsoll described Illalno as "tho plumed and bolted knight." Speaker Held has stolen one-half tho title. Ulaincmav remain the "plumed," Heed Is ihe "belted" knight. A Tlinoly Hncerstlon, t'lom Mr illnnntpoilt Trihmnt. Nevada has neither n Governor nor Lieutenant Governor, both of these officials having died recently. Why wi uldn't this be n good time to turn this little State over to u receiver? LEMON ELIXIR. Itn IViimlerfiil 1'llect on Ihe Liver, Mnmuch, ltoin.ln, Klilnosmul lllnoil. Dr. .Moneys l.emou i:ilxir Is a pleasant lemon drink that positively cures all IHIIouMiess, Constliwtlon, Indigestion, Headache, Malarij, Kidney Disease, Dlz xIimm, Colds, Loss of Appetite, Fevers, CtillU, Illotelies, Pimples, Vain In ltaek, Palpitation of Heart, and all otbsr diseases caused by disordered liver, etoinaeh and kidneys, the first great cause of all fatal diseases. Fifty cents ami one dollar per bottle. Sold by druggist. Prepared ouly by 11. Mosley, St. I)., Atlanta, Ua. l.elnnli Hot Drops. For cougb and eolds, take Lemon Hot Drop. For sore throat and bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drops. For pneumonia and IaryngetU, take Lemon Hot Droits. For consumption ami catarrh, take Lemon Hot Droit. For aft throat and lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliaUe preparation. Sold by druggists. 95 cent per bottle. Prepared by ILMozley, M. I)., Atlanta. Ga. tlur Own guakes l Do. .V.w l'f VomiwtW .tdwrriMT. Miss Fanny Davenport has Imported two asps for her production of "Cleo patra." This shows us one of the fall lugs of our tariff laws. Aren't rattle snakes good enough for staee purposes without brineing in the pauper snakes of foreign climesv If yon have a COLDorCOUGM, acute or leading to CONSUMPTION, ojv il'hi: coi j.hvi:jc osi, AND HYP0PH03PaiT2S Oi' lihh axd aoa is SXJ3X33 crcrsiaa oa n?. Tbis prepurailuu ivntaiax tbo siiuuIa UH2 iroprU4 v( tne ifywwjj,fa auj Suo wnratun V1 J.imr UU. t'tv t by iIFlaiana all iue wrlil over IiUu iwliilrTfl-fr ex uulk Tlir liuice as BU-a-ciuua as v'ehi L'1 l-n'r e)il a pi("t Euialktua. batter iboaoUutLLreiuaJo. tut all luruia uf WHy ltinvtur, JtrvuekUu, COXSVJHPTIOX, Serefula, Fleslt Producer tUexe U bln Ud SMTPS EMMtSeW. HUiol'l by uU ti aa'4 ltuooaotv t'jr.''ujw . ., lauw-i-ji. r liiipivl al .uieaiy for iiiijuuiul aiul i cunuoui. Coolttu Lse Lieblg COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Ijf heel Tea. unu. laaaVs Ctshiw. Saucas lUase. riah. c ). Aspic or Keajt JeUf Hw tor an t length ul Utm, aad M eheajwr aaJ of Cter flatur liiau nI otluti ituck- twaulae uUjr eUb 3- tM aiauuiure Ma ubwte. Ul islM UttUaT'e feVC.xoxvc0CCV KivsKsSisffu , y,. ,.,, m lc7,?'A.3kl THE POSITIVE CURE. I BLY BKOTHBRS, 66 Warren T BBST OS ACCOUNT OF PURITY. AGE Ai STRENGTH, lipcelnlly tlood for rninlly Vic. Hcticftrlnl Tor Wcoh nml llebllllnloil 1'crsoin, R.S. WIDDICOMBE JlnnnRcr AVosIiIiirIoii llrnucli, 703-705 Kiiiil Capilol Street i Telephone 273, Grand, Upright and Square PIASTO- FORTES. Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to onr "NKW ARTI8TIO STTI.K3,' Finished In Dnslgn of "UIUHKST DKCOKATIVE AIIT." riAN03 FOK 1IKNT Second band Tlanos at All Prices. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. 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I CERES 0 n iriiri i i nrr- ArfEiIR) BU Kew Toric rrleo 80 cts.1 515 toth Street Northwest, Have Ornl a First claw Retail Credit Jewelry Store where lltey will constantly keep on Imml a complete stock and large aseortmetitof iamonds &Ci &c, &c, WllIClI TtlET WILL SELL ON A SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM CHEAPER THAN CAN UK llOUQUT ELSHW11EKB FOR CKSH, Tlicreliy enabling our patrons to hnva the USE of the AKTICLK while they are paying for it. We keen a full stock of all the best (trades of Ladles' nnd Gentlemen's Gold and Silver Amorlcan Watches, lnolutl top Srllt Becond and Repeaters. Also Howard, Uockford. Klgln, Waltham. Iismpton and Swiss Movements. Fine Watch ltepalrlng a Specialty. CALL AND LBAKN HOW TO BUT 000D8 ON OUR SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM 11EFORB rUItClIASINO ELSEWnEKE. Goods Delivered on First Payment, Opin cvoniDgs. 515 Seventh Streat Northwest. Upstairs. FOR CLOTHING, tURHISHIHGS AND HATS. OOTOTHK Southeast Coreer of Htnth ai E Streets Mikd I Wluta evrvbklr no IthUw barsala vursvw la Vyashlagtoa FHCJW TO SUIT BV8KYMMIY. W caa saow you lor tha ansslag isnsna Um Stvatekt HiMof ST 90 QmiiIIswsm Mb vt sbuwB UiilwMtriut.uuloiU'SW BsatsShMt U iuaal to at y IIS uit im nk sSHet. Wi also haw as tihuast Uaa Bof'SlM, IS to IK jMttf, 1 rua M tuSi. cbildraa's alu. U to H. la Shm' r"tkan w are the tea4M, as s utatUactiwv ry duUsr's worta atu Mfla.aiMl Ibitnrfor caa sav ym jwr east ua averv dollar lavasUki W aavi tk twat HiaJiOuuas la t world, lilr ail weolaaa trBsraalaol saver to rio.aad oar itf SO. is aad ssJS msis um hSTaM ntwpti tiu. Sidow w saeailoa a fow psicai of oar Hata aiw rarahhlay tihHttlt' Ooalaislila.old vesjr where torU.H,at HUlar. stria, a . at 11 06. Toasaau's taiast stria, IS. as il-SS. Ask tut our spaobU $1 Barov. WiOilsWINa DlsfAKTMaUrV. BaraabM ' Vndnrmt fat all aaaU ilaa fiuat Ssc uy. teausal lia yU msi WMttsat'ituap. lUgbroldiil iuamf ss.Sk. All ths Utaat uovalttesla sfssit"riir at as, n aaoMi!. Whoa yoatrMdr ioyurjbaaaajroi Iks abuse srtk-lei slvs us a call. srrii a k sts. s. w. H. FRIEDLANDER, HttTKLH AMU MMHTA MJtSKIM. NEW YORK BUFFET, m TUSrTH iWUNW V. w. last a Ymtmt Uvtom s sha asvr- lav ptfrtsil dcass jxum u. CKwrauA rnaUSJMMTT, WAssUswaro. . o. Army ud Kavy HtisVtsuMW. XoutUo Wm hmssv TUsav-M asWt raaj. nWIKQULUOlll, Cocriaaasilato.a.w-, flpth laitt UnransMin tsttaajM. w ULMi 'BPtjj-arjw i fraHsMI yn ol TssMMM MS-1 S" .JUPOSaVHOTsU. aWBOPtUK MAst. glXTB StfilSSX A1U 1A AVK HfT "r,,W af watches Jewelry, Silverware lew York Clotliing louse, jtjeiwswrts i iiKiinsaal Everybody fTalking,, Clothing. While this "talk" Is gt&n m ws are otoarclolWiit. Oat letrt sloek awl abw CWlti v nT'fCMmM those elerant Meltons and hamiMM riww "w -vjA VZ l" r(Srlv" ""' " " FV Tmt SIM81QV m comwnb inn c lomraiuiB yv. .... . nikem the ball "a-rollInt', we will alveewesrellbrlBlorthenextfewdari;. tH mi those nobbv fall-weiaai orerwmis inai are railing nn over rown iot jiu. "ewnjs'lh Una ImpottMl Meltons, Kersevs, Cheviots ami Worstels, all shades. ,,kfarVfl aVMfftl'oflrfeoats ramfs lrom$S toW. Wo have every known material and styie. fa Sails von have the seme otwwtnaltv. we ean irlre to UallhMrs In CasMnm r Wowleds, Thibet. In.fait, anv waterh tnalty. rbv vivii ftwt, any matemt onr Sor' awl CMMri &. &Ma, rMM.H.', iMmnimmr mi '8 iwpsnini w e ean flt the Stoat Man, Lean Man. Tsll Small Man. ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE MANUFACTURER AND RETAILERS, Syracuse, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y- 311 Seventh St. N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures Stack txcept Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Breelal attention paid to Framlnc. KeRlldlnu, Muvln and IJoxtnir IMetnres and Mirrors. Jaoaes B. Liambie, HHRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS. HAKE TEA 01 MFFEB GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooTcing Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALS BY TI1K WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest. jit'afeE'" vw,ir ITl That tbuw Bcame P"i i i i i i i i jj m!j&3BBSamma!aKtomJlK4BL. frar"?Bs3lpsirHpfi'"flS fff f"hr j J CT SUT TOTIE TRUITKS ASD IAMESS 426 akTcaUi Bt N W , wllrYwc the wait, We don't have to our l.OW rltrCBB TALK for as. 9tLf maoh Kersevs. with or wlthjat stlk faetatr. welet Our Men's Fatts raiwef-wn SB.S0te mo. e. Cheviot, WorttenTitWtt Bflh Wale, that von ny wish. jnni"i5 Man, Short Man, Extra Larue anu Kxira $1.15 and $ 1 .50. !H 10 OB 13 MIN0TB3. -AT- next W Od.l YadvVi' HalL l11 IN KAltttOADS. The Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. DcraMe Traek. Splendid Seenerj. Steel Malls. Mftfrnlflcent BqrrlpnMat. In effect May 11th, ISM). Trains leave Washhurton, irom station, cor net of Sixth and B streets, as follows: Foa rrTTswmo and the West, rhloago Limi ted Sspressof Pnllman Vestlbnlecarsat M SG a m dallv; Past Line, 10 SO a m dully to Chtcaco. Onmmbns and St. Louts, with Eteepne Cars from llarrtsbnrir to Indianap olis, rlttsbnrs! to Oolnmbns; Altooni to CJihmso. St. Lonls, Chicago and Cincinnati Exnress, 8 SO p m dally Parlor Car Wash legrbti to Harrlsbnr;r, and Sleeplnir Cars Ilarrtsbnr)r to ft. Loots, chloaco and Cin cinnati, and Dlnlnc Car Harrlsbnrff to St Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati. Western Kx press, atT.wpm dally, with Steeping Cars Washington to Chleairo and Rt. Ixrals, con necting dally at llarrlsbnrs with through Sleepers for Lonlsrllleand Memphis Pnfl raan Wnln Or Plttshnrf to ntohmoiKl and Chleaco. raclllc Express, 10 oo pm dally, for IMttsbnrf and tho West, with through Sleeper to rntebnric and rtttsbnrg to ufil- PALMOnK AND rOTOWAO RAILROAD. Fob Rank, Cansndalffna, Rochester and HI sirara Falls dally, except Sunday, s to a m. FnREiuit Canandalena and Rochester dally; fcr Unflaloaml Ntaeara dally, except Sat urday, 10 00 pro, with BleeplnK Car Wash ington to Rochester. For WtmAMsroRT, Lock Haven and Klmlrft, at 10 SO a m dslly, except Sunday. For WiLUAMsroRT, daily, S.30 pra. For rntLAniiiraiA, New York and the Bast, 7.80, 800, li.io and 11.40 a ra, 2.10, .1.15, 4.30, 5.40. 10 00 and 11 W pm. On Sunday, 9 00, 11.40 a ro. 8 10. s IN 4 , 10 00 and II 30 p it. Limited Express of Pullman rarlor Cars 9.40 a m dally, except Sunday. Ton New Yodk onlv, Limited Express with Dining Car, 5.00 p m dslly. For 1'niLAnsLrniA only. Fast Exptess S 10 a m weekdays and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only. 5 40p m. Fob Boston without change, 3.15 pm ovary nay. Fob BnooRLTN, N. Y., all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across Now York City. Fob Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m week-days, 11.00 pm dally. Fon llAl.TiJioni;, 6.85, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00. 9.40, 10.00. 10.60, 11 Wand 11.40a n, UOB, 2 10, 3.15 S.TO, 4 00, 4 SO, 4 80, 6 CO. 5 40, 0 P0, 7 40, 10.00 nnd 1 1 .20 n m. On Sunday 9.00. 9 OS, 10.50, 1 1.40 n m. I! 10. 3.15. 3.10, .(, 4.20. 5.06, 5.40, 0.00, 7.40. 10 oo and 11 20 pm. For l'orx's CnixK Link, 7.20 a m and 1.30 p ra dally, except Sunday. Fon AnnAroi.i, 7.20 and 9.00 a ra, 12.03 and 4.20 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a,m and 4.20 p m. WASHINGTON SOtTniKRN RAILWAY, In effect May Ilth.lWO. Fon Atr.XAMnniA, 4.30, 0 35, 7 45, 8 40, 0.45, 10.5? a m. 12.01 noon, 2.05, 3.30, 4.25, 4.33, 0.01, 8.02, 10.0a nnd 11.39 pm. (In Sunday at 4 30, 7.43, 0 43 10.57, a tn, 2.30, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.03 p.m. AccoMMonATioM for Qnantlco, 7.43 a m and 4.1ft pm weckilays. 7.45 a tn Sundays. For Riciimomii and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p m week days. TnAiRslcavo Alexandria for Washlnaton.1 It 7 C5. 8 TO, 9.10. 10.13. 11.07 a mi 1. 20. 3.00,1.1), 5.10, 8 03. 7.05 9.20. 10 37 and 11 03 p On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 am: 2.00 It). 7.05. 7.29, 9.20 and 10 .37 P m. Tlokots and Information at tho oQlco, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station, wlicro orders can bo left for tho checking of baggRgo to destination from hotels and resi dences. ciias. e. ruatr, j. r. wood. General Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent. Haltimorc and Ohio Hail road. Schedule In effect Juno 20, 1800. Leave Washington from station corner ot New Jcrtov avcuuo and U street. Fon CnicAoo and Northwest, Vostlbutod Limited express dally 11.30 a m, oxpress 9.S0 p m. FonCutciNNATt.St. txinls and Indianapolis express daily 3.30 ot.d 11.90 pm. Fon l'lTTonufHi and Cleveland, express dill 9 ro a m and 8.40 p. m. Fon Lixikuton and points In tho Shenandoah Valley, 11.10 am. For l lArnrsTrH and way statlons,t!43 p m. For I.chat, tJJO and 'SJO p m. I'iir Haltimorx, nek days. 4 08,5 00, 8,35, 7.20 7.ft),n.C0 48-mlnutes), 8.10, 9 30. (11.00, 11.00 4S-mbutM) a.m., li.io. 2.13 (.'.to 4V minute). (3.13, 43-mlnutes), 3.2.1, 4 20, 4 so, IS, (t.to, 5-mlnntes). 30 O.oo, o 1 o.so, 7 10. 7.30, 8 3ft, 9.(0. 10 50 and 11.30 p.m. Sundays, 4(3, 7.20, 7, H.30, 9.30 a m. (UtX), 45 minutes) 1.00, 2.15, CAM, 43-mln tiles) 3.25, 4., 4 St, (150, 45 minutes) 0.CV. t-,15, 0.20, 7.30, 8.3ft, 10.3m, 11.30 p m. For Wat bvATioxs betireen Washington and llelllroore. 6(0, 6M, 8.30 am., U.10, 3,-a, 4.t,ovo, lljopm. Sundays, 8 JO am., 1.00, s,4.x, flju, llOpm. Tiuiiis leays Baltiuobe for Washington, week days, 3.(0, .), 8.10. 7.13, 7.M, 8.00, 8J0. 8 39, 9.30 and 10.20. 10J5am.: 1100, 12.10. 2 10. 2 3 2 50, 4 00, 4.15, 5.00. U W.8.30, 7.00, 7.10, 8.20, 8 30. 9 00. 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 p m SumUvs, 8 30, 7 IS. 8 30, 8 J5. 9.3), 10,20, 10JB a m 12 00. 1 .05. 2 10, 2 30, 1.13, 5.0O, 0.20, 7.00,7 SO, 8.20, 8.30, 10 10, 10.20 and ll.Wpm. Fob AKKAi-oMi.eafi and 8.30 a m., !. 10 and 4 30 p m. bundays. 8 30 a m., 4 w pra. Leo e Annapolis, o 35, 8.37 a tn., l.'.OS, 3,:: pm. Sundays, 8.30 am., 3.55 pra, For Stations on the Metropolitan Bnno . tsjo, U ao a ra., 1 1 13 p ra. Por principal stattoas only, 110.40 a ru.,tlJ0 and t5.3 pm. Foh Kocxtille and Way Stations. 1 1 35 p m. 1'uH Oaithsmbciw ami laterraedlale pclnls, ts.ee, fto ra, tttxoa m um, tJ.oo, 1,33, t.tt,tO.0O,tll.WpBa. FoHlloB'sand Intermediate stations, ,9 CHuneH TRAtK leaves Washlagtoa on Bunda at 1 13 p m., stopping at all stations on Metropolitan Drartch. Fob KEBinuirK. 14.30, fj.30, (9.30 111.30 am.. tl.16, 13.30, t4JW pra. Fob 11asebtowk, 110.40 a ra. and 13.30 p ra. Tbaimh ABBtvx trom Chleago dally 11,13 a m and 4 10 p oi ; from ClDclanatl aid ht. Louis dally 3.(0 a ra and 2.06 p ra; Irom Pittsburg 7.10 a ra. 5.50 p ra dally. NKW YOIIK & PIHLADKLPIHA DIVISION, Fob New oaa. Treetoa. swark. N. J., and ellubetb. N. J , IDS. is 00, 10.00, am. 2 50, ').W and 10.30 p ro. Buffet Parlor Cars oa all day train. Sleeping Car oa tlM W 30 p ra, opfu at 9 CO p ra. Fob Puiuixlthia, 1 M. t00. '10.00, 100 wkm), M.50, t0, 'tit ami 10.W 11 m. Fob hEWABK, Del , Wllaslagtoa and Chester, t.SS, tsOO am, 12 00 uooa, UM, 150, S.14aud W 3pia. Fob imtebbeiuate HHMvs Lttw6o Baltimore asd Pbiiadslpbia, 15-00 and (7.20 a m, U.M, 4 M pra. Tkaim leave New York for Washington. SC8 ill JO a u, ., U 2C, S.OOpraaod WlSskat. Tbaimi lu lhiladlp)da lor Washington, t.l. 1 .IS, 11J5 a ra, tl.W, '(31, SJH TSSpw. Mb HftK,'J8 p m. with Pullmau Baffot alilBg Car iiuuUme through to Bo-toa wstkosit lum. via Poiixakeeuel Hrldgd, bullog ptuaBgats Ui B. i it. station at Fa ATLAhVM) ClTT, 4 M SCtl WM a IB, li.QO bsmib, Ssuutays, 4M aas, 12 00 noun and M.S9PBI. TKicopt MMSday. Delly ISuudayoa'y, tecgas oalUsd for sad ehecae.1 from n tels aatl ruddeuAM bv lTiiou Transfer Co on otim isst at tfcget uMtnti, SIS dud 1351 fa. av. aiul at depot. J. T ODKI.L. CHAS. O SCl'LL. (tea. Maaager. (ieu fiei. A t JOHN P. AGNEWS. CO Wsnlasalu aast Katall Salarsia yiiadle ad Sesfp's Creek Coah (MTOMHfc MSt Pa. a. (Oofoocaa Building). YAHtk Oor. H K. and DaL av. TWJEMUkMS: OaUaa. MM; Yard, 9N. "HOW DE DO?" ui.i I ' t ' i Um .ull ru, , (ruiii SKKV flt.1, DKHILlTt. .:. uuw. r kt u.ily IBUR NEW BOOR fc&'u&r&T jftacafti JTstAoal. tumms f uiWrw nWHAT AILS YOU?" 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