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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10 1800,
H m M Tub Daily Critic oixt hpjioiajm. Ilsr Nerrotietrets imt iiWs r Vr, .Jteerdessiress, malarial, exhaustion end ktlMfed Iron Men King's Tonto Wme of Coo fc . cere. r5wntrr pint bottle only a jmwtt Rome Drug Stove. W. II, Hmtghtsra ., tegafnters and rwritshera, m and F tfmiKhwet. Row is this tot Timrata? nifmtttet Bedroom Set Solid 0 firg 0r faMstr Brussels carpet. 7 per fin. out best Xoqneue Csrnet, $1 pw TMa. ft fon want Honest, reliable axvsls at ICMoftftnle prtrps, Onr ore Is fall of thets. All price guaranteed w n. Hoi wrros Co., 1218 1M0 F street northwest. ttmtrien's Sew Fall tttmd. join Rdden, the pioneer Installment mn, ewKraliyioca tond ftKmvwtith street wtheft. hs jnst returned from the -mftJWirtets with an Immense snpply of all knMR of hoasekeeptac goods, carpets, stoves, rwp, etc. Ton pan famish four house from eefMr to garret, at this store, with eash IKtet. M the Installment plan. The National Stife Deposit Onmpnny, Oir. litth St. ami N. Y. Avenue, ) rw mjverwans. Jewelry. Lsen, raw (Mode and valuables of all kindle. Gbmvm moderate. Safe deposit bos.es for tent at Mm vry lowest rates. IT WAS ROBERT SPEAR. The Man Who Marie the Leap to Death Identified, It I bow thought thai the man who jBMrwd from the Aqtmtuct Ilrklge on Vetlelar was Itobert Spear of No. 9C8 15 street. Mr. Spear disappeared from hi home that day, and lias not ticen wen since. He ami liia wife had been rooming with Mrs. Shedd Merwln at tbe number almve Riven for several ycats. He was W years of age, and ilutlnjr, war times was engaged In the shipbuilding business on the lower Potomac, ami he and his brother, Ifeathetly Spear, have a claim before Crngrees for ship timber furnished the Government at tbe lime. They felt confident that Conercs wmiMsrt fnrnr ably upon this claim during the recent session, but It was not done. On Wednesday night Mr. Spoar fulled to return home and Mrs. Spear liawed a restless night. He hnd never before absented himself In this way without somo explanation. When the facts In regard to an unknown man jumping from the Aqueduct Bridge ap peared In the papers, both Mr. Spoar ml Mrs. Mcrwln began to make In quiries, and Ibcy have obtained enough Information to satisfy thera that It was Mr. Spear. Last night Mrs. Merwln went to the Georgetown station-house and Identified the bat left upon the bridge as that worn by Mr. Spear when he left home. Ho lit not been In his rlcut mind for Mime time, and labored under the lnllu ciufltlnu that he had a patent for a tele phone by which he could communicate with the whole world. A reward has lien offucd for tho recovers of the Udy. wjkodadghIis Society. It VIII Until a Arreting to Secure Ttuijioiitry Headquarters. The energetic and petltent efforts of U e "Wlmodaujhsls Society are about to be crowned wlih nieces In the securing of.tempoiary tlub headquarters, which vi III either be In the building formerlv otcuplctl by Surgeon General Wale, a't 818 Vermont avenue, or elsewhere. A wetting of the society will lie held this inning at the Wale mansion for the purpose of stilling the matter In refer ence ta tho club house location. This Is nieiely preliminary to the leading ultimate purpofe of the society, for which m Joint stock company has Um crganlz-d, to erect large Wlwo daucbsls building. Subscriptions to tho ! ck are expected from the general public who ate interested In woman's woik. The Wlmodauguils, has a pre cut uumbtrthlpof 125 ladles. Among Us stockholders are Mrs. l'uiBbe C'.huId. Mr. William M. Stewart of Nevada. Mr. William C. 1'. Hrecken rHlge of Kentucky, Miss Oliva It I, ley Seward. Mil. I.llIIe Deveraux Illake, Mrs. Kllaabeth duly Stanton, Miss Clara llarton and other. The clttcers of the Wlmodiihkl. are Itev Anna II. Shaw of Illinois, president; Adelaide Julinwu of the District, vice presides t; Mary Desha nf Kentucky, Herniary, and Km ma M. Glllett of the District, treas urer. l'Miue buuveulr fur Oeueral Olarkton, A delegation of clerks in theorrke of the Plm AurfMHiid I'Mtmanter Geaeral tailed upon Ihtlr late ebief, Geasrul Clmkwu, last evening and presented blw whk an uulque souvenir In the bane of a stiver enameled eavelope in pel feet tiutiUut the envelope uMtl ! General Clrkwa wbea AsaUuat l'o4mUr General. Inside the eu vetepewiwa lwoIef silver lUer cm taining tbe auiocrsphs of the chiefs of ul vision and tbe mum nf tbe donors. '1 he pfestalatien was Made by &. U. lo er, thief eU-ik nf the office. In a nit peb, to wUlcu General Ckrkson I Iked, tluiukinc th clerk and ex ptisalng bis gratification and pleasure. CUltapi or the OuUIua St4te. Ike RMttntMtfs of tbe I'neUe Goait iBatMr I'botograBhcr' AawelaUun ii.jw.iU li bbibt nbout one bundrad Uiiern tilries and gliaaBsea of tbe Cren Stoto. Tut eaiembttut was i y tl e Washington Cajm Club, tki Wuter belae; K. Dteklanon Jeweu. A MtM.1 ieee on Mount JUmllton, tbe IJck OnwMvassf r and otber snorts I Qui UeiBsa features were wnraUy p PiniinVil. Ff4uhik Pilr. The V. & a tt It Co. wtU wll nXLUttkm tklurli U Frvderfek, larludleg siiniMMtoa lu tb Yak, th low il ol i J8, for il tisbw Octui 13 eu 17, Uk1uJv, jjuod lor itf vnsU UelUtir 1. UN Wediwniy, October 15, a peeil liens wUi !vc stsMoii, Mw Jersey avenue 4CsiUMi,MA. m, aA TWad. eit'wl tr W, NMcdal traw will leer at ..- Tkiuill be iM on Mte to i4s (WedUdy and Thudjr), faj etnitkSf tdailmion w tUt Fair n4 its at uetAJen. tt tbe rate ol 145, gotd only on Vm Um U Htpilu traius see tiuse-UUe ni ttneliet rflrfwme ol tbls peser. Xi s Muttes' ol tbe KuMns KifrwuUli t'H Club bMt enl lit IqUawnm enlfieslt vesn tttftswi rosr tbje enjuybsnT pffBe W Wmm "isenpBn5 f 4eV 4tlp lf, Mcwnd vice psetldeas, if- . 0t tbrf, afet7, G- W. Csmv. e-jf. temmnjfting Kcieiwy. J. Joily Joae, tiMdW cecctinf y, is4i. i. Tftoes, nMUWf. Arreiitjesfttots wxe een- ulllle nble togv beffie to votsntre iluctui teie- ajmrl VnsM tw tee iTvleiie jh wmt riliiliirnfte in .nsi)&unary g y JbniejniBwnpnsB loswajssar tic TfcfctU vaiUx4i')'ih F4M1- nnSna KneHafOnnni 1st Fsnitt tf UiUi snCtt iw " lf"W lnpBsnjpnf sir e swn snp sPa " w Jagii jffi,,11 W;67 - a- awl Tne Ml vttpF&t ug 4y-tdi in ' il j iiiij uj ft HNiafafcl Uito wlU lmf j A&d ft4WPtrfflf lfcAna BIAHrtiJ fet mmfafoUAA w m '" i"sjfc rnspe v envsnnMlinHHini IP JninnqnnnBinpV I B1 'sc 'nF LUTHER'S FOLLOWERS. Til MARTLANB ST!f9D TRANSACTS its tmism axd Awoom. Vartows Mirmtts AttAptM Ohnrehes ArimtttM ami tlrnpreM Detecntee Ktrrtil nmt lntnrwtlnc UtMInc Kxeretses I.iMt Nleht. T afltrrfOOB session of the Lutheran Synod M opowrt yestenlay with prayer by Ifcv. Dr. Dlehl. PrtelileBt StBtfebaker announced the appolnUrwnt of Her. Dr. Morris a historian ami biographer of the Synwl. The mm Ion to adopt ami print In the rr Inntes t f the Sy nod the report of the commit ee on a "provisional catechism" was e.irrll by a small majority. "I he Iter. Dr. Parker, chairman of the mn.mtttee on the president's annual re-pc-tt, re-porti d several resolutions pro vlrilng for the publication of a sketch of tie late Her. Dr. Doh, to be prepared by one of the members of the Synod, ami forwarded to the Southern Hlstorl- rl Sm-fa-tr at nllcl.iif Tl,. nn.. alto recommendeii that, on account of the delay In the legal ratification of the new name of theconercgation served by Dr. Dlehl In Frederick, Md., the con gregation present Itself with a corporate title different from that borne by the congregation In that place now con nected with the Synod, and also that It change Its constitution and require Its pastor to be a member of the Maryland Synod. In regard to the defection of St. Peter's Church, ltaltlmore, the report recommended that tbe Hoard of Home Missions take legal steps to recover moneys loaned to that church. The re pott also recommended that the name of II. W. Jordv be stricken from the roll of the Synod and the further disposition of the cae referral to tbe mlnlsterlum. Salem Church of Catonsvllle, Md.. was admitted and resolutions adopted to tbe memory of Ilev. Dr. Dosh, after wuicn uie report oi me woman's Homo and Foreign Missionary Society Was adopted. The Committee on tho Home for the Aged reported that Mrs. Sarah Utormohlc bad donated a tract of land near this city for the purpose of a home. The donation was accepted, with a vote of thanks from tho Synod. Tho Synod then determined to hold their next convention at Hagerstown, Md., October 0, 1801. at Trinity Church. Tho coromlltco on the catalogue of Pcnnsvlvnnln ("YilWn n..n-.l, .,,., made a report of tho excellent condi tion of that institution. At tho evening session tho Ilev. .1. G. Motilsof Ilaltlmoro preached tho ordi nation wrmon to flvo now clergymen. '1 he election of clerical delegates to the jiintral Synod at Lebanon resulted at li llowr : l!iv. Dr.M. Valentine ot Ilnltlmore: Itev. Dr. !. Douicr, Washington; Kev. Dr. .1. T. Mmrlr. ltaltlmore; Kev. Dr. C. S Albert, N nM.IOKtor ; Ilev. Dr. A. II. Stmlethiker, IVIilirore: Itev. Dr V. llurgitreseer, MM "MiIohii Mil., ami lte. S. W. Owens, llnuntlovii. The alternates selected were Itcvs. J. II. Itarh, J. (J. Butler, r V, 1Ui lrigtmn. Victor Miller, I Kiibtuuti, II. 8. ( ixK mi il 8. A. Hedges. Tbe following werr- rlectul lay delegates: J W. Itlee, I. W. Kimp, J. f UlcMe, Ceorge I loin r he houj. OeorM Kox, (leorge ltyneal aml.l. M. M Her; alternates, J. 0. l'arker. Wash ington; II. M. Cowles, Haltlmore; Dinlel Hoover, Waj uettjoro'; M. I. livers, Hagerstown; H. M. Heatrlck, Marttus tmrg; I). Italney, Washington, and Wachtel, Myeravllle. Ptetldcnt Studebaker announcixl the appointment of the following ministers as an advisory board on home missions: Itev. Dr Dlehl, l!ev. V. II. Miller, Itev. Jlr. Hoiiirr, fiev. Mr. Hedges uud Itev. Mr. lUard. He Im) annouui-eil the following an,olntruent: Speakers for JHUt-Ou elu catlon, W. K. l'jrums, I). It., and O. C. ltuth. foreign mlMlotM, 8. Domer, I). I)., and ltev.W. Kelly; home missions, J. aubt atMt t. 8. Trump; ordination, Itev. P. II. Miller ami Itev. Dr. Valentine; ehureh ex tension, Itev. I Kuliluui, ami Itev. W. GottuoM. The Synod then closed Its Itbori by adjourning until next year. To-day the numbers of tbe conference will make a trip to Mount Vernon as tbe guests of MtHts. George Hyneal awl A. Y. Pox. Woman's Missionary Hneletjr. Tie sccoml day's meeting of the Ualtlmora Hranch of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society was held at 0 SO o'clock this morning at the Ham line Methodist Church. After devo tional exercises a favorable report from tbe treasurer, Mrs. M. Hamilton, was submitted and approved. Mhwionarles gave glimpses from foreign lands, and rt marks in "Our MUslossriee" were loaele by the Misses Fisher, Galllmore, Simons, Ikoder, Kverdlng, Stephens, Wblthy, Gasper and Harris. The topic of "Agenr lee In Foreign Fields Edu cational, KvaBgeifcal, Medical," was discussed by Mrs. K. 1( utter. At the closing (2 p m.) session reports were wnde upou young iop!e's work, work among eblldrea, cowwiltee on wUkiotuuy csBdUIates, commUtee on U queeu, etumitieee on resolutions awl iu iMlHWioafi. A standlitg eownittee iah, appointed fur tbe year and officers vteieekcted. I'bvlne tjutruet to be Awarded, Yik'efday afternoon Dtetriet A l tor re) HazelKn Died with tbe ComwU sloneFS Lis deebion In tbe dispute In paving eontncl work between tbe Craw fld 1'aving Cuupnny and II. J. McLaughlin. Tbe paving is for granolithic and ScbUllnger sidewalks, and the IHstrict Attorney In his de ibjion awaMis tbe contract to II. J Me-LaughUn as tbe lowest Udder, and tnys, "tbe lowest reenonsible proooMl lor ib kumi ana cnsiacter c-t nave went or other work wbieb l be Cow ulMiocers kbail deteresiae upon sbsil in all cases be accepted." Tbe Coai KiMioeets accoriieg to tide deeiaioa wUl award tbe contract to Mr. MeLaugb Un, wbuse xonossd to do tbe wo.k w Ioer tben ay otber of Use WddsMS, tbe CfSjeiofd Paving Company included. treuuiit Wlu Wast U Vote. Tb Ustrkt Wo' SuSra Asao cUiionbrld mttdng but evening at list? a9e H oi wit T tnfeltwstloei of MUs yansde lulwaids. tbe secaesfjry, w wwtived, aaul Waa stb Jb Ptty aAeassbfilid ffjyg ejeesisfy. fftnjiafftitfi in iMMijiftesI to drw v a rosaiitiilioiB iMiieiorstifng wltis tbe fitNsttiHiftvHy of tJbe Mjlfrias)t aVaivaeia tipa. A aenf was nw njwpoi'W'teci I'-r reebatimn in eivii Guv4et InMoo SI tbe net sBfrtjajg tjxa&d A iaur fAthwai. G. A. K., lut ejgbt a vMt mm ceived fitui Utrseral W C. V'eajev. teuu-judi.-r In etdtf of tbe G- A. M., wbu mnsie a IntiM tiinjr irtdrja to sJms cons rsdt-t. Curdes lUusa and ftpsjrry of Poet 8, end Comaaaoders Cook of Pont 13, d Friable of Pont 13, 0o delivered Irief frtTmybitra. eftssT vlldb lb es)laat vs) ruiird in aotl enJoyflBjessV IT stssssisstd save sews bur stsjysaep'SVJsfeitAssur On Tuesday lioIMdfaj ipund lo tfce iHfftctt tJbnl be bn4 a bsm yeJuftd at JViaJatuiea from bin --"- at Rrlafct essp rssjsssr sssBBane nessae easssav sjasasnaes'ssip SplP eseEpannnBBajaa IN A DILEMMA. Will terernmrit Clerks net Hair Rate Fare to to to Vote f "WTll ibey, or will tlrey not vote fs the qwestion that Is now agitating the mlffrls of the ernploye? of the G n eniriWBt depanments. The various HermWrMin State AssodaHons, Includ leg Ghro, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Kanm and Iowa have held enthnsta. He meetings, and It has been announced that a single fare for the rottml-trlp wouHt ire made by the railway compa idea. It now seems that this announce ment wm rather previous and that r sttch rate has been provided for. Said the secretary of the Iowa Asso ciation last night "I have lieen around ami had a consultation with the officials of both the It. A P. and the II. A O. railroads, and they deny that any sttch sttch rate has been made. The army of Hepubllean employes who have under the Harrison administration been placed In rfflce and who contemplated visiting their homes and at the same time vote for their favmlte candidates are dgs.p pointed. It was exported that at least a leeway of ten days would be given In advance of the November election, but last night It was given out that October 31 would be tbe first date of sate, and that the limit to return would not lie later than November 6 or 7. This change In the rale of fare has been called to the attention of the Republi can National Committee, ami there U no telling what the outcome will lw. Tbe Interstate Commerce law Interferes with the making of a half-fare rate for tlckeUof this character, and a decision Is anxiously looked for. Upon It will depend a'eoodly number of voters In the Slates mentioned." HEW YORK REPUBUCAHS. An Address to the Faithful by Assistant Becretatj- Ilussey. The New York Hepubllean Associa tion had a well attended meeting last night nt Grand Army Hall. Captain Uurton first vice president occupied tho chair with 0. S. Stevenson secretary. The meeting waa more especially cnlled for tho purpose of adopting tho constitution nnd by-laws. Thero wa romo dli cusslon over the annual dues to bo paid which had been placed at $1, but a majority of tie members thought that that was too small an amount and nn amendment to mako It $-2 per annum was carried. September was decided upon as the first mcctlDE month of each vonr as October was too lato and so many ot tho menbers wcro away- from tho city during August. Tho speaker of the cvonlnir wiw General Cyrus Hussey, Assistant Sec ictaryof tho Interior, who gave his views upon the McKInlcy Tariff bill. Incidentally ho nimnrked that ho had been a Democrat until the war when ho hod had his Democracy shot out of him. Captain Hurlon followed In a short speech lauding tho tariff bill. It was dechb'd to lend campaign documents t-i tho Twenty-fourth and Nineteenth tits, trlttslti New York. The committee on ttnnponallon reported that lnlf rato llckots would be furnished, good f i om October 34 to November 10, and after transacting other routine business ibe minting adjourned. Civil .Sm Tire Kxumlnatlon There will lie nn examination at the rooms Of the Civil Service CommlMion on October S3, commencing at 0 a. m., of applicants for position In tho Coast Suivey. The subjects of the examina tion will be letter-writing;, geography, arithmetic, algebra, eeomclry. deserip llvo geometiy, plain trigonometry, shades and shadows, and drawing. The last two subjects will be welgh'ed as one-half of the whole examination. Hi-tlilcnlB of tbe District will not be ad mitted. ..News," Tbe word "iieus" It derived from the Initial letter of the four points of the i-ompase North, l'ait, Wet and South. To all polats sf the eotspaee let tbe good tews go that for deranged liter, nervous headache, eottlveiHtt, Impure blood, nausea, and many other disturbances of tbe system that make men mourn, there Is a remedy. Thousand testify that Dr. 1'ltree's Pleasant Purgative Pellets cure these troubles. Small, but potent; oue a dose. Itather a (Jueer Arrest, Officer Appleby of the U-street Btaj tlon last night arrested James F Alston, a messenger In the Treasury Department, ami locked him up. Tbe (Hirer found Alston acting In a suspi cion manner at the Atlautic Park, and, as be would give no explanation, the attest followed. True UotumonwealtU CJIub. Tbe True Commonwealth Club held Us second meeting last night at tbe resi dence of Dr. Miami. No. 1131 Teatk street northwest. Itev. M. G. Kimball pietldul awl G. I!. FalrcblUl aeted as secretary. Hilef speeches were made by Ilev. Dr. Kent. Professor Lester P. Ward, il. J. lu MeAvery and Maurice lltcuiu. las Colored People will nave a Ug time 1st Rlehauwd on the 15th, loth aid 17th of this month, and to serosa BMwlata those deelrtng to go tbe t'tuiuvlvituia Kailroed will sell Uekeis at rateoi tingle lase for the round trtfi on October it, 15. 14 and !7, good to return uuttl and luoudlug tbe tftMk. Twine Wave at 4:80 and 10.6T a. m., and 4:56 u. oi. tMial tram will also he run leaving B. Si V. Station at 18 o'clock uudeJettt on the 15th, and returning will leave Bhrhnsuml at nddntefat on the Man. The Wth will be a gala day in Kleansonil. ii i ii Malluuul Ouardsuiea at Hop. Company B, Third lUtUlion. D. 0. T. G., gave tbe second of their series of boas uml i'liiaiftainiiafinls last sigbt at their armory U tbe Globe Building. Captain W. Jsiabaay was mutter of cere monies, and a general good time was bed hy tbe lsdtisg aid gentTttwiMi prassistl MiJem Mulnu PrwtlueSs. ' itu VMcogo TUmtt. Pottlami, He., is shipping ttoa pipe to China and braieu josses to Wash ington. If you have a GOLD r C0UOH, arute or letuiistsr to CONSUMPTION, OV JH Ki: f Oil a.lVKit " AMS HYPOPHOSPiilTiea Ue' lrlM tVii 5ot x vrsi oj.s yon w. aU'T 8j.j burvcrui.i tW Um r UU. ft. I tif i.t.jc.iiwl n.u wurU t.vr l'-Uiis vuUiUiMa as miUc 'rt.r. Uiuae se t tB- a. cXua as i-Iaiu e-t Viet OU a. iit. t Bun'a4, bUerVinaiJilUeriiiuaao iur ail friuut Wm0wl Wsmsre, MmtuJUtu, CQSSUM1TIQ?ST, SfirteT uia, ad a, Fkwat ftAmm WMW nF WMasjaslss ena spiHi I MBaWns'Jasir?' u i ai4 by aU Brnngile IMaoeneby (.r-.Iuau Bjt,.luUoO or UuyudM aalxoeiy CttJ.iM.-e u ki auool oMiibUiuw. EMULSION lSsecstov R THE POSITIVE CURE. I RtY DUOTnERS. ES Warren T MILWAUKEE BEER, BIST OS ACCOUNT OF PURITY, AGE AND STRENGTH. I"pcclntly flood for I'mnllj- IJc. 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Sakeriftiiifl Trier), $5 Per Year, TWBtVE KOH Bat Hi. Single Numbers, 50e. MhsMH totstonM InMsnstWisl aM ftji hlUjllJ llllflafaj onJ &ttSsUalAnitost aUsstt snalsW bJMerieJ ssattessdMMT MHat Uftttffcill 4H sWsasfo Oaf Hte- LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, UOBTOK. vutemtm. -s-.EX0 O ii4 A f-J sjaaa uJH olamavMai baft era bkAasakUal ttataJ W sIPW" WWIr TH SspSMSJ srsibsbsbsrsssbssi 'SBBnjnBjf) CyjUat mp eksuatfW Wfcfllasalaj kfttMa. OnaaW BaaT SbBBJT HSWSSHSWP SaBBBSBBBSBBBBBSB" 4nSBVnSSaBn BBBBBBr SnnNasV BBssnUsnBsnVnV InnVBnt f CERES IB 'rn!"t' fflffl rsss rues teSi 8U Hew Tori. Mco M tts.1 515 Seventh Street Northwest, Have Orcoed a First class Retail Credit Jewelry Store where they will constantly keep on hand a complete slock atwl large assortment of Watches, Jewelry Silverware &c, &c Sec, WHICH THEY WILL SELL ON A SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM CEEBA.PBR THAN CAN 1JE DOUailT ELSEWHEItE FOR CPlSH, Therehy enabling our pntrnns to havo the VAi of the AKTICIiE while they arc paying for It. Wo keen a full stock of all the best prailes of Ladles' anil Gentlemen's dold and Silver American Watches, includ ing Split Second and Itcpeaters. Also Howard, Itockford, Klgln, Waltham, Hampton and Swiss Movements. Tine Watch Hepalrlug b Specialty. CALL AND LKAttN HOW TO VUi aooos ON OUR SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM IlEFOSK rUltCIUSINO ELSESVnEUE. Goods DeUvered on First Payment. Opin evening?. (BftcJ&GUtt'&t 515 Seventh Street Northwest. Upstairs. FOR fURIIISHHIGS CLOTHING, AND HATS, GOTOTIIE Swtheast Corner of Ninth and E Sffreefs Northwest, Where evetybody go as. It is the atedtnst bargain toiier lu V asblsjcton. PrlCKJ TO SUIT EVBKVaKJDV. We ran tiow you lor ttie eoaalne saasoa tba waaleal ItBvof 87 SO Gout lam aw'a aisiHa ever .ttuwn la the UUtrict. aad our SM Draas Salt U tqual lo at y il5 suit on Tth atrcat. We also have aa eUasnt Una of Boya'Saltj, s to IS yean, from H to $ ('liildKa'a i-utts, SI a to $. in Men's P&ttlaluuits we are Ins InadMs, as ' Kauiifiu.-tur- tirurr dullard wosw tmr- feeive.aad tkMelore eaa aava ytm st nee cent ud every dollar Invested. We have use beatj fxiMiuala ilooaa Us Cm M; atsisslr ad- w-olaau Kuaraaleed never to tin. aad our Ss.se, a and tun tams are by ronae Below vn awBttou a few yetnns ot onr Bats ac4 FonibbisK; Iteotla: htadsi style, Mdd everywhere for Ji.Si.at sUllefs Myle,Vat$lSS. YwiasanV lainst atyte, is. at SLW Aak fur our nwclal $1 lerty. PlKMtHlHQ UlfAItTMSKT. Baiaaiss ha Men's L'uil wear In i ikaa fiua ice a- Soial Una Vt Mssftsatneno. HlkSsateuUnead .. All the latest BoveUta is at as, ana sue. W fcB ynusjet ready toptucaaae aaye tke nktft astkUw aive us a call. wji axi i: h is. x. w. H. FRIEDLANDER, MUTXI.lt ASH mSitTAVHANTti. NEW YORK BUFFET, TBsrra weuxsft n. w. Heat aad Potest bsanoM ha tbe esty. taa JAMS H.TsWrSU-O. ftMSSJlIM WAWUfcttTOisi. 8. tJ. Areoy aa4 Maw Kwiaiyiaitnsn. rviso iu TsUUsS-M and a tm stay. T" Ouousr wh aad I at, . w.. s ns,e ajessyeasifnjnja) totVNnsnjsf w IJUWUW SaMjflML M & jtf0 Qi TstoHMNl' wm ' Diamonds, mm ue xao pa- av- U W0WitY. iwrintot- lew York Clotliin Everybody 'Talking" Clothing. While this "talk" Is fftrtng on -m ,tm ssjlttng UwWWjfe We dat taw te say much abtmt war elothli g. OwrWect stookamt mt eW PHfOB TALK tor . Ihsjimblle knows that by tmyhtg from, ihe BjamfaetnreTa taey eaa save fatly 35 per rent That exntalns the constant tnsb we're had tMs week. To keep the Imll 'VrSllM! we will sire some Sreotat banwlns lor the next fo w ,tays. We start on thote nobby ftll-welabt Orereoals that are seWns; all orer town for 0. rThenecomes tWe elegant Meltons and Kerseys, with or wlthont silk facing. Wolet Now conies the line Imrwrtrd Meltons, KerseTS, Cheviots awl Worsteds, alt shades, silk lined, at JIS: aetnally worth 8 . , , ....-.,.. That Isn't all. Otir line of overcoats range from ?8 to JW. We have every known ""'lnftlTron'haVe the same opportnnlty. OflrMwsFramrth.Mtom We can aire r Snttlngs In Catslnme. rhevtot, WoMtetl.Trteot, Eatrllsh Wale, Clay Worsterfs, Thibet. In ft, any material lhat vh ntay wh. onr Boys' and Children's lprtHiett is complete. We can fit the Stout Men, Lean Man. Tall Man, Short Man, Extra Large ami Extra Small Maa. 35TEJ"Wr toue: ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE MANUFACTUItKIl AND RETAILRHS, Syracuse, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. 311 Seventh St N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice, Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs arid All Pictures Slock Except Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Srclal attontlon paid to Framlne, lloctldlng. Moving and Boxing natures and Mirrors. James B. Iiambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. G ASBO ILERS, $ MAKE TEi 02 G4FFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the coolcing is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALK WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' SUT YOUR TRTJIKS AID HAEIESS 4 &veaik St H W., I House. 1 . f 5 and $ 1 .50. !H 10 OS 15 MIN0TB3. BY THE A- atut w Odd-?dlowt' HaiL I nArr.noAns. -v- s-s- - The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Double Traek. Splendid Seenetr. Steel nails. Mssnlflcent Biti1pmiit. In effect M7ltth,l8M. Trains leave Washington, irom station, cor uer of fflxth and B streets, as follows! Fan Pifflwrim and the West, Chleasro Llinl ted Bspreesef rniiman Vestlbnle Curs at 10.90 a m dally; Fast Line, 10 SO a m daily to Cbtwuro. CWnmbns and Rt. LonK with Bleenfnc Oars from narrlshnrgto lndlannp olls, rfttsbnrp; to Oolnmbns; Altooni to CMoKO. St. Ixmls, Chicago and Clnetnnatl Express. 8 30 p m dally, rarlor rar Wash ington to narrlshnrg. and Sleeplns; Cars Itsn-lsbniT to St. Louis, Chicago and Cin cinnati, ami Dlnln Car Harrlatrarjr to St I.ouls, chleaeo and Clnolnnatl. Western Kx prera, at ".) p m dally, with Sleeping Cars WflsblnKton to Chicago and St. Louis, con necting dally at Harrlsbnnr with through Sleepers for LonlsvHlaand Memphis. PuTl tnan Dining Car nttbnrg to Itlohmond and Chlosgo. PaplRc Exrress, w.OO p m dalty, for Pittsburg and the West, with through Sleeper to Pittsburg and Pittsburg to Chi- BALTIC-UK AND rc-TOMAC HAtLnOAD. Fon Kask, Canandalgna, Itochester and NI agara Falls dally, except Snnday. 8.10 a m. Fon Kjik Cnnanrtalona and Rochester dally; ftr DnfTalo and Kragftra dally, oxcept Sat: prday, 10 Op p tn, with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Rochester. For Wiujamstoht, 1otK Haven and Klmlra, at 10.M n m dally, except Snnday. Fon WitUAMsroRT, dally, S.30 pm. p2'L,rnlk?,!,r,,tA".New York nnl H'O Bast, M0. 10 00 and 11.90 pm. On Snnday, 9.00, 11.40 a tn. 2 10. s.15, 4.90, 10.00 and 11.U p u. Limited Express ot Pullman Parlor Cars 9.40 a tn dally, except Sunday. Fob New York only. Limited Express with Dining Car, 5 00 p m dally. Fon FniLAPELrniA only, Fast Express 8 10 a m week days and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only, 5.40 pm. Fon Boston wlthont change, 3.15 p ra every day. Fon HROORtTK, N. T., all throngh trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New Tork city. Fon Atlahtio Citt, 11.40 a m week-days, 11.50 pm dally. Fon 1UI.T1M071K. CM, T.SO, 8.10, 0.00. 9.40, 10.00. 10.60, II CO and 11.40a n, 12.05, 2.10, 3.15 3.30. 4 CO. 4.S0, 4 30, 5 CO. 8.40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 ami llJWp m. On Similar 9.00. 90s, 10.M. H.40 a m. 2.10, 3.15, 3.W, 4.00, 4.20. 5.00, 5.40, 0.00. 7.40, 10.00 and II 20 p m. Fon Pora's Cnsr.K Line, 7 20 a m and 4.30 n m dally, except Sunday. Fon AnArou, 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 12.05 and 4.S0 p m dally, except Sunday. Bundays, 9.00 a.m and 4.20 pm. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY, In effect May 11th, 1890. Fon At.KXAnnnu, 4.30, 0.35, 7 45, 8 40, 9.. 10.57n m, 12.01 noon, 2. OB, 3 30, 4.85, 4.53, 0.01. 8.02,l0.rand 11.33 pm. on Snnday at 4.30, 7.45, 9.43 10.57, a ni, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.05 p.m. Accom iioruTinN for Quantlco, 7.45 a mand 4T p m wtck-days. 7.43 a m Sundays. Fon HuiiMoKt) and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m week days. TnAiNslcavo Atoxandrla for WashlnEton.t it 7 Hi, 8 00. 9.10. 10.15, 11.07 n mi t .20. 3.00,1.1 1. 5.10. 6 05. 7.05. 9.20. 10 37 and It OS p On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 2.00 1 1 1. 7.03. 7.29, 9.20 and 10.37 p m. Tickets and Information at tho offlco, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station, where orders can bo left for tho checking of liaggago to destination from hotels and resi dence. ciias. e. ruon, j. n. wood, General Manager. Gcnl. Pass. Agent. ltaltlmore and Ohio Itnilrond. Schcdulo in effect Juno 20, 1300. Leave Washington rrom station cornor of Iov Jersey avenuo and U strcot. Fon Ciiicauo and Northwest, Vestlhulott Limited oxiiroM dally 11.30 a m, oxiress O.io pm. Fon CihciMMATt, St. Louis and Indianapolis cxrromtlaily3.80iu.it 11.80 pm. Fon I'lTTsnriMi and Cleveland, express dtll 9 to a m and 8.40 p. m. Fon Lexixoton and points tn tho Shonandoah Valley, 1IJ0 am. For iKcumTXR and way stations, tr.30 p tn. For I.Uiiat, two and 8.40 p m. Fob llALTluunK, week days, 4.05, 5.00, 0.35, 7 TM .(0 45-mluutes), 8.W, 9.30, (11.0O, 1U.C0 4Vtnliiutes) a. m,li.I0,2.15 id 45- minutes). (3.15. 45-mlnutes), 3.95, 4.90, 4 JO, M (I.t0, 45-mlnntesj. 5.30 0.00, 0.15, 0.90. 7 10. 7.30, 8 36, 9.IO. 10 SO ami 11.10 p. m! Hondays, 415, 7.w, 7J0, 8.30, 9.30 a m. (12.ro, 45 minutes) 1.00. 2.13, (2.5a, ssmln Ute)3.5,4.a',4!l, (1.50, 45mtnut0S) 0.CV. ti.15, 8.90, 7 30. 6.JA 10.3", 11.10 p m. Ion JVat fcTATioNs ttreen Washington and Xlelllmore. 5.(0, 635, 8.30 am., ll. 3.98, 4,, 8vo. lLSOpm. 8andays,8.30am., t.oo, 31t,4.. 0.JU, HJOpm. Trains ixavs Baltimore for Washington, week days, 5.I0, 0.20, CM. 7.13, 7.20. 8.00, 8.30, 835, 0.30 and IOJ90, 10.35 am.) U.00, 12.10. 2.10. 2.30. S.50. -I 00. 4.13. 5.00. II M. fL'lO 7.00, 7.10, BJ0. 8.30. 9 00. 10.10, 10.30 and 11.00 P m. Sundavs. B 30. 7 13, 8 HO, 8.35, 0,, 10,20, 10J a m., 12 00. 1.06. 3 10. 230,4.15 5.0O,.20, 7.00. 7 so. B.i, 8.30, 10 10, 10.20 and li.oJpm! Foh ANNAi-oi.u.e: and 8.10 a m., 12. 10 and 4 so 11 m, bundays. 8 30 a ra., 4.3-J p m. I.eae Annapolis. C 35. 8.37 a m", 12.09, 3,W pra. Sundays, 8.30 am., 3.55pm. For Stations on the Metropolitan Brano tSJO, 1 30 a in , it-13 p m. For prtsolpal KatlOBs only, tlO.to a m., tl.30 and tsic pm. For IIockhuj: and Way Stations. tl.JJ p m. For Gaithiiwrdhs and latermedlate pclnts, Ftm ltoi ua aud Intermediate stations, ,9 pre. Chukch train leaves Washleztoo oa Saada atl is p m ttow-lng at all stations oa MetropmlUn Urancli. For Frederick. M.30, j8J0, .30 til. 30 am., 1.1$. tJ.30, tl.su pro. Fur Hasxmitown, 110.40 a m. and t5.30 p m. Trains ARHiTRlrosi C'blrago dally 11.15 am aad 4.1b p ra; f rom Clucluuatl aad St. Louts dally 3.U) a ra and 2.05 p m; from I'UUbarg 7.10 u ra. 8,50 p ra dally. NEW YORK 4 PHILADELPHIA. DIVISION. Fur New omk. Trentoa. Newark. N. J., aad tllaalwlli, N. J , 4 06. MOO, sW-BO, 12.00 am. UM, J0 and lOJ0 p 19. Buffet Parlor Car oa all day trains. Sleeping Car on tbe 10 39 p m. opeu at 'JM p m. Fust PmuuaLraiA, 4 06, UM, 10.00. '1100 iumb, l.SO, 'iM, S.1S and 10.) p ra. For Newark, Del , WilaaJagtoa and Cheater, 4jB, H60 a na, sw.OO noon, ., !, S.li awl W 30 p ra. ' For iRTKSMEiHATE roKT between BaltlraorQ andPfeiiadalpfaia, tt.OO and J7J0 a ra, t.W. 1 98 p m. TRAika tEAVK New York for Washington, on. tll.ft a ra, 00, 3.9C, i.M p is aad la 15 Right. TRAUriiiEatK PUladelphla tor WasUagtoa, 1.91, "111, '9.15. 1X ara, tl.W, 131, Jo l.avm. FtHt tkirtAM, M p m, with PhUqur Baffat bUnfaK Car luanltut through tu Bo(oa witlRMit enaRga, lu IouKtikeapato Bridge, Uiadiag pa.MBaara lu B. Jc H. atathM at Van Atlantis Cjtt, 4jBS and 10Ja a ra. 12.00 mob, bundays, 4 MS IB, 12 60 noon and W.Mpw. tKitwH tanday. PaUy. Uuoday only. Jiagatafa railed for aud obeekod f rout no teta and reaideausea by I'siun Trauaf er l. oa onless left at tfclet oarneaa, (19 and 1351 Pa. uva. and at depot. J. T. oeULL. CHAS. O. SCULL. Qen. Manaear. lien. Paw. A't JOHN P. AGNEW & OO Whntaeale and KaUU Daalata in hiiMt ari Gesrp's Creek Coal, Oi"B: 141 p. &v. icorooraa BuUdla) . YAstik Our- K at. and IM. av. TaLBfBOKK; Onsae, tl 3; Yard.SW. MKDIUAL. it 11 e. bowe it'iiAir ,h ext wut full f alt i it (as. j UtH DtUlLlTV. uainii fxout StSJKtr t uiuvi'r niiMHixiiy. itj I JTYa ". jOUBNEWBfiOrtl ultuit4ltiuie. uuac- S&jttlumlve Jlmth4t4tu. uiit.a it btiLtuaiala. auras. tuibrui. Sit Its. 3tliltlC.il. LO. "WHAT AILS YOU?" HL.UIJ i .KC1. dona Tig fi al tbs oafx siwcl Sc (or t&e eartata can ot iliia dlaaaaa , U.H.I5 iKittAH.M P. Aiualirilani. X. T. We have sold JUg G es Baay jsais. and U lug i van u uasa m iiw IkirLloa I). ItDYCHBiCa t uicago. Iu. 1 . M. Buld b luugslat mwMmjMWi ivirgguuyjsi y Cxi siulijn) arrtot rev t!LU Ut 11U.K um k. uImsUi ui li4jt.uuuay CUICWCSTCB'S CliCLISU PEHHYB0YAL fllM, Ked C Hum n,miud BraA. nxt.sways3 TyEc sjinser &.4 ifcti4s iJ t; UasiL Sum fs kB Shu 1'nOU. JTk mtyi TO S DATS.1M 1 aslJ3SiiwA ia a kB awMiea. JM ur ouj tr a. VM !,, -, wt.-u.l Ss. Jack nfr.inaHi sjsnal7 I ilSsiaaValuiii rvg ea tTIilc tm fa j ip jafcj T I . a Mm T a Sr m ittvusi 'UaJLc Oil'sZ WtULtiteirt. WM. M. GALT CO.