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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1800.
i I i IK. t ,J r ! The Daily Critic OXTT MPItaiAJiB. lr Net font nem ntnl Lea or Yhrr, SITtraeMi, malarial, exhaustion and Mertrett tronbtea. King', ronto Wine of Coo r stir cure. 75 rents per pint hot tie only t xoMH Hotiw Ttrna; Stnre. IV. II. Uawetotrm A Ifn , tulBtias and Fttrntaeers. It! street Mtrtnmtat. Hntr h thfn for a 1 Aj Tffl ffeoe JtodTootn Set Solid Oak RIMl fTd tt will Mill mt th mm IroW atid Satire., for fit M. Ow Mil. Body. BHrsaels carpet, JI.ro netyaW. Oar RM Tnpestf I S) B"S0l. Carpet, TV pfrt tT$. OW beet Woqnette Orpet. $1 S per yaw. It ton remit hone, reliable avid t rwrawwbfo price, Onr Store ! fall of than. AH price, eeerenteed W H. Rnrrorma Co.. TSIMtSO F street northwest. KwHrten'n Sew Put! CttwHla, OBtt nnouen, the MOQMt ISStftllffMIlt man, centrally rows. at WO and asa JWrenth rwt nortfiit, he lt retnrned from the east ern aaftets wtill an lmrnene wnpplyof all kMKR of honneHeevUHt food., carpet., .tore., roa!.Me. Ton can fnrn1h four home from ceila lo garret, at this store, with oash prices, on tne installment plan. The Jfnlliwml Safe l)ipMlt Onmimnj, tnr. lath St. ami N. V. Avenue. Sternae for snteiware, Jewelry. Laos. Fjne Bwim Tamable. of all ftrMs, CfMrnea mialsiate. Safe deposit boxes for rent at ten wry lowest rates. ST. PETER'S CB0RGB FAIR. Ill (treat Snere Hurry Itrnmlsn Will Sine Tn-Mrrow Night. The fair for the tieneflt of Pu Peter' Ckttfcti h rtrorlna; successful eren be yond Ike most sanguine expectations of Its promoters. The musical features are most attractive, and It is now an nonncetl that Mr. Harry lira ml on wilt ting to morrow evening. Of Mr. llran lion t he eminent critic, II. A Krekblel, salil In his article on "Church Choirs" In "Harper's Magazine:" "There are few solo boys In New York, or the country for that matter, whose reputation extends beyond the churches In which they are employed. The foremost boy of the few Is Harry llrandon of the Church of the Holy Spirit. He was born In Knglntnl, but teared in this country, ami got his mu sical training from his mother, an ac complished amateur. Master Urandon comes m near as anv boy that I have ever beard to proving Caryl Florin's assertion that 'there Is no top to a boy's voice.' He can soar Into realms where few living prime donne can follow him, and his voice U natur ally fo flexible thftt he sines the most lloild music without difficulty. He has passed by several years the oarlod at which as n rule the change takes place in a boy's voice." I.nwn TeonU, The open lawn-tennU tournament for the chnmptonshlp of the South began at 1:80 o'clock this afternoon at the llachclor Club courts. The singles were drawn yesterday, with the following result: I'lellmloary round K. L Hall vs II. PpaWlns: de Oarmt-ndla, Y. 0. I'uter s. IVi kiss, U. C. Painter vs. Clurlrs McCaw ley. T. V. Chambers vs H. SI. IHHInjts. W. G. Hall v. II. C. Farwell. K. A. Thompson vs. F. P. Ihinlen. A. W. Aineau vs. Otcar Woodward. .1. C. Davhlion vs. I.. J. Grant, A. K Wright vs. ,Iuls P. WrKvlcn. K V. Ueach vi. f'larencp Ilyrnes. 11. Kcnnon Peter vs. S. G. "Walker. F. K. Parks vs. F. A. ICi-llngc, G. A Lyons vs. W. P. Metealf. First round J. II. Ilrlckeruteln vj. SI. F. PriMMr, Mr. Nichols bye. The double will not be drawn before to morrow. The r.mnbcr nf entries Is said to Iw thu iHrgcM ever hail In the District, and Included tie best nf crack tennis players ever in a tournament here. I'ruioylVHOlu Kepulilluuix (letting K.ady. At an adjourned meeting held laU night by the Pennsylvania Uepubllcua Club at their headquarters, Kleventh and G t rents northwest, the campaign committee rupotted that railway tickets could he purebitml from Octoher itO to Kovewber S leelutlve at In If rates, f;od till November 15. Uy prompt ap leatlee to the club rooms any evenlas; or to Captain ColMugh or PreehUat lienkln, those desiring to go home be fore October tW ran ncure a partial re duction on i be fare Dial hi, by paying half fare from points near the State line to tht-lr koine, the tickets to be pur thad from thU city. The fare fro this eity to ike wUt near the State line will be at full rates. W. U I OiiIhc I" lUlllumre, The pr-ai MaMtnte fair wiw UelaK LiW at lWn.iu.ojy nf the Fifth Itesjl HKMt, M. K. G . at miilaaore, will have the presence nf Washington's craek military org anUaibwi, Ibe Wah ibftest IJf bt Infantry Corpa. Wetloesday cvtBinfr. I he 21 h instant, the balUlUu havia accepied the ievitaiioa at a pe (Ul nueliuK held Jaat aJuht. The bai talkw w Ul Wave by special train at It JO p. m. in full dreaa uniforsas asvl witk i ul knepsacks During ike eve lug C'rvBMy D. t'apulnjohn a. Miller, vtll vivan ixkikitlmi iliill in tke fair in m. TW eorpa will be wetat tketle ol In BaliiHsof by la fair cosaaaitlMa iuli Htitttaiy bacort acal marck dlfeet to ike Ull. The lluuihrf-llucilar XupttaU. Tke wedtitaiy uf Xr, Jmaos A. Hum pkwy Is Mies Canie Mueiler will be settfwnJaeii on Ike evestina; of tke 1 iuataat, at 8 o'clock, at tke widened of tke bride's patents. 31 K street nortk vest. After tke ceieaony tke voattf ctHtyU will HMke an extended Xoith we tito, aaai on Ikelr return will Uke uy taamV Teeiiiance at 59 Speoeai stseat. m Urast Patk. wktw tkey wilt bo glad to issMe tkasir f rinavda. Vuti-ltUMUi W. V. T. U. Tkat tM-ptiiMUi Wosku's CkriaUa ftWBrare Uains kehi a taveetUf yattttof aJat4Mss at VU FotuiaVf U- & Ofcimk for the uurfuae of r fwgbjsi fee tk "Bea 11 ur eatetnia wa, wkaek will be site at Ltacoia atiwie Hall 4aiU tke early part uf llp-syiakaar. A etcvlleat nmifecuwt of ikm aiajr is aatkipad, and tke yo cW vtt to toarw4 tke wwk tad u4ltiaacai tf lae union is tUa ciiy . fae V a K. tc Co. m m mH eanttaioa ilaisaa to HaceretwwB, taetaiaatif iJaalialna w aaa fear tar m trts uutaanr tat to mfcikctatina, iaii4 1" rutam uatU Ue tcaee Intk inciute, at racueed tatea, aa4 a Twaai. tk-iuimr kiU, arm run a HWcatJ tfabt, kavitty WaWa-U Tu . w. TkaMKi4iiltvrtk4ai; only , b i-bkldftMC 4aaWaSaOil ' tenW ftjkisTa awn "" an r VMaAAlalat Of TTfjjtia Wl fcfctal4$. jtu bti twdy of Wwrti Otiam, ik ta fe-IW WUIOUIMli MM) WWW HrtMiig raaflliniaal AftaV KuiaBlamp -j flu Ualti sasasafsaaaBjaaianaBf' i -w w pan tMaW iu by Detective Maaoat ike j tetwneea vnnct os nv ooamBi Aabkaa e MeaJaaaa w Tatiaig'g awwanJoyr iniu abreild NEW IRON SHIPS. MA6X1FICINT TtSSB&S TI4T WIU RTJN FROM IERI 16 IfRFLK Over af a Mltimn Helton InvestMl In the Tn IroatK, ami a ThlrU One Will ire limit. The Harlan am) Holl1ngwrrrlh Omn ptwy hare mm on the ways of thir shlp-jard at Wilmington, Iel., tM knlh of two Iron stesmehtps wkrch art to be tmllt for the Waehlngton ami Nor folk StWMnbrmt Company of this city. A party, Inclwdlna; William K. Clark, preeWent of the company; IeTl Wood btny.one of the principal stockholders; Colonel Joseph C. McKIbben ami S. C. Remap?, president and (reneral mana ger reepoctlrelr of the Mt. Vernon snd Marshall Hall Steamboat Company and a nnmber rf tewspaper men, made a visit to the ship yard yesterday. The party was met at Wilmington by ev Htrrestntalive II. T.lbbey of Vlrelnia and General Superintendent Callannn, who is giving his personal attention to Ihe constnrctTon of the bonis. One of the steamers ia now nearly completed and will be launched about the 1st of December, the other will fol low In a month or so. The steamers are constructed entirely of Iron, and will be 2I feet lone; with a beam width of -16 feet at Ihe guards and a depth of 88 feet, ami will cost when completed about $W. 000. As soon as the two now building are finished a third one will be commenced. Accordlnjt to contract the steamers must be complete In every respect and In readiness for service and capable of encounterinsr the roughest weather on the Chesapeake Hay. The hold will contain berths on each side for the firemen and crew and the second class passengers. The dining saloon, kitchen and steward's pantry will also be In the hold. The room o"f the stewardess will be aft of Ihe dining room and will be completely fitted up. The main deck will contain twenty two staterooms, a social hall, barroom, barbershop and purser's office. The main deck forwarl will befitted up with a mall nml baggage room. The saloon deck will extend the com plete loncth of the vessel and will con tnln forty-eight staterooms. The Interior of the main saloon will bo handsomely decorated, nml will be lighted by n dome skylight. The hur ricane deck will contain the pilot-house and rnpins for the officers of the boat. All the stato rooms will be finished In hard wood, and the plumbing will be of the latest and most approved pattern. The encjnes of each boat will be 2.000 hone power, nnd will bo fitted out with nn Invtrlcd. direct acting, surfaco-con-denting enclne. Thire will bo two steel boilers, each 13 ftit In diameter, with a total tire mface of -1,180 feot. The capacity of the coal bunkers will be 50 tons. The I lorelur will be III feet in diameter il.e trctd of the boats from 1C to 18 miles nn hour. The draft will be about 12fftt. The trial trips will be held In the Delaware Hlver, but the vessels will be glvm a ptovlous sen trip. The Inspec tion jcsiiiday was very satisfactory to the vUliIng parly. The boats will lie completed and ready for use by next March, and they will be put In service, running from this city to Norfolk In twelve hours, making the trips at night. A third boat will also be constructed to make a day trip. The whole amount Invested by the company In the enterprise will probably reach $750,000. Will .ut InrrstlCHtn Aculn, Yesiirday afternoon a boy named Itiae) Cohen, whoe house U on Dstreet, near the Music Hall, ran hU arm Into the opening of the stand-pipe which nits from the sidewalk to the roof of the building. The upper end of the pipe is cIomhI and the suction of air retained the boy's arm despite hit dTotta lo remove it. HU cries for help attracted finite a crowd to the corner, but no one was able to remove the arm. A plumber hail to be sent for to detaeh the pipe before the boy could be re llvved. frnlerlnk Fair. The B. itO.K.K Co. will sell aTeuralon Ik-Lets to Frwtarlek, faeludlBg ilwllo to the Pklr, at the low rate of 2.90, fur all train OetoUr 13 to 17, inelualve, good for letutn unlit October 18. On Wrduetday, October IS, a spaeial train lll leave station, New Jotmv avaaua aal C Mrt, tt:!9 a iu., ami oh Tuuraduy, Ocio' r 1(1, a uei-lal train will leava at :30 a, w. TtefckU will I sold ou Ihaoi two ti (Wudu.Uj- awl Thursday), iu I'luilibf: wlmltf Ion to the Fair and Its at tiactta&f, at tb rate of $1.05, good only ou dkv of ule. for Hum at regular train tea tuae-Ubte in another column of tbb paMr. Glabe Theatre. , The New York SfMicUlty Company diew a etowded hou at the Globe Tkratre last night. Tke programme was an unusually exetdieat oae, and e nialnt-d awoug other features a Mart Hna; prfoi inance on tke fclack-wife by Wilson Sinclair, wonderful feUa of lUMgk by gc killer, and songs aal dances by tae rtat ot lite company, 'raw per frrinsnee i-oaeiudad with a laughable eouiidy entitled "Hypnotism," aaMt Krvmil. So cunlUeet ant the ntanwtaatiireta of Or. gace' Catarrh Rawwily in their aaUtty to cute ekroaic nasal catarrh, no waiter how bad or bow loos; aianding, tku tkajr oslar, ia food faltk, tke atiove rewant tor a ease walek ay eanaot euie. airmail y aohi by dratyclata at iity coats. Hxtahiwl. Wkat did tkey call Useaa atiaukt bmh for rUcauje tkey foaujaU aa our aide. Liebig COMPANY'S EXTRACT OP BEF f..r Rei Tee. uui. Made Wekw. Saarea ilia e. FUa. . ' Aplu or Meat AtUy- lt Uit hi lasatai of itma, a4 b eaeapar and ul liter aUkur ikaa ai utner s.s- aaaasaaaanMaaaawaB ' tjaiwiiij otalir 4a J- law Vaaavba JMMlPjEPsaBiasV aa aaaaja aaaas aBaana OFFICE OF W. A. PIBRCB & GO., Suecessors to E. G. Davis, 719 MARKET SPACE Corner Eighth Street. AM&IHMt JflB W MBKfWBi t,W yawls AlStLSrtnji-filjie 6Hhwfntn Mb. a-l nnh TKMe; reajntar ciwe aetreaneed to 9 a rare, lo. "!! men wMe; reenlar prtre sti rtwweeH to 8e a rani. yo.9-u meh wte; reirntar prlee tie: reJneeH to 7B a rani. o. l- IhbIws wWe; reenlar price lie; re- dneel to an a rani. !o. I-t tnehes wMe; reamlar prtee He; re dneett to tee a rare. We have these awls m all the lewtlrie hades, InclndttiK htarlt, white and erenm. 5onw one Is toshta: bea vtlr. Well, what do yon care' Ton set them at halt ttretr raises. The second Job In Ribbon Is 90S rants renev alt-ltk for millinery parpoer, m alt the new est shades, threp (t) Inches wWe; rentar price 0r; for this lot the prhw will be te pet yard. The third Job tn Ribbon Is rerr heavy Maek arm-ararn, all MIX. i Inches w Me, Se per yard. 9 iBehes wide, see per yard, LBAT11KH HOODS. An excellent Chattelalne Ihvr, raade after the newest fashfoa, of good grained leather (Imitation seal), kid lined. A splendid valne for ft. bat for the preient the price will be Me. ONE DOLLAR Klb GLOVK FOR c. This Is a t button, undressed Olove In tans, slates and blacks. We will guarantee that It can't be matched for lees than SI per pair. Tney are not old stoek, bnt new, fresh goods bcvflRht under price. As an Inducement we ltt yon have your plok at TSe a pair. A SPECIAL DIIIVE IN OUR LACBDBTT. I)y ebance wa got In the first offer and se cured a lot of "Point de Gene" Lace; about TW) yards In all. It Is i Inches wide and was Imported to sell for Mc a yard wholesale; 19 per ya.d Is what we are selling It for. TRlMMtSOS. The reduction In this department will be In a real Gnlpure I'aeseraentef le that oost M per rent, moro to land than we offer It to yon for. toe quality reduced to 3Tc per yard 6o do do Mo do So do do Ate do Me do do TOo do $1 do do 8sc do One lot of Oulpare Ksenrlal Laeo S.C0 iiuallty reduced to (1 30 per yard t.fO do do St 3d do 13.10 do do $l.:s do Small lot of Ladles' Colored-Border Horn- ktltclied I'aDdkeroMrfs; rrdueed from lto en th to I for Wo. WSAUKDETKRMt.VKI) toilolh- Curie t bust) es of Hie town, and what Is there to keep us from It Wo have CU. A. Pieces & Go. Successors lo li. G. Davis. 719 MARKET SPACE 719 Corner Eighth Street. I $mhm& fm $m &m m WWk tRasiTH e iposnf r ve ' c ur e. w 23b1 ELY UltOTUEIlS. CO Warren EUNcw Yoii rrico 60 tii.ft&? -7J HOOVER & SNYDER, loiiuc-ily wltli the lul Unit orilallou A Slrickliiiiil, Announcement. TO THE PUBLIC: We take pleasure In announcing that we have opened business at No. 1217 Pa. Ave N. W., where you will find a complete stock of FINE SHOES, to which we invite your special attention and solicit a share of your patronage, HOOVER & SNIDER, 1217 Pa. Ave. S. Saiitk lasra, Jr. Lutto 1 Sjir cH las I- . II " M MUTMUt X KM TJ. UttJLXm. NEW YORK BUFFET, sat TBaWU aVayaanr M. W. aaat and Msaat taagxaat ia ska eavy- lav w. tManrSLIA. ttaaaaaaaaf. mm aaaar ag?ainf Tsaaawsw m mft Affay uJ anfajkW Mm 1 aaWlanli ftsanti -aaa aBeWRe? asaj awmj aibesBMBaaarasanaa(rassnai trnxm-U aaval VaatHar- T "sr slWl " faasaaV s" " 8,.ei, TTTim .MJMC n " aBtBBBBBaaaanBajanaBsfnBaaaBaj ss im r tsV ,isWB"f"aBaWHff gaw aajP qBVBnHarsr aw ' r SHOES otrr Obrsets made at the very tewam faetor r prices, white the majority bay from JMrfeers. As a starter we wilt sell onr own Special Cor set, wMeh we want to Introxiiree, and we think the best kind of an introdnetron Is by putting the price within the reach of all. This corset li a line French Contll, boned with the bet whalebone, two Me eteetes on eeh sMe, handsomely embroidered wHh red (fast eolor), and la perfect fitting. Ton cn compare it with any SI Corset In the rnnket, and we gnarantee that yon will find none better for that price. A we have It made for mirownnse, yon eannot hay it elsewhere, tt Is called the W. A. P. (W. A. rttree) On set, and we Intend It for onr reentar 7Se. Corset, bnt the rntrtalnetton prKe will be 8o. a pah-. LADIBT WINTER SKIRTS This lot of skirts was left over from Mr. Davis' stock, bnt was not shown daring onr eteartne sale, as that oeemred In warm weather. They are seasonable now and we want the room they occupy. (tallied Mohair Skirt; ferreer price $1 SO; re dneed 75o quitted Mohair Skirts; former price &M: re duced tl.as (ullted Mohair Skirts: former price S3.W; re duced JITS Qnllted Mohair Skirts; former price )t; re daeed $4 Quilted Mohair Skirts; former price S 99; re dneed M.73 5 Quilted Satin Skirts, garnet and brown; was $4; now 6 Quilted Satin Skirts, blaok; was $.M; now Sl.n Ladles' fine Cloth Skirts In (all wool) colors, brown, navy, slate and gray, brown mixed, natural and brown, black, white, grav ami red striped; also plain black. S.ts Skirts reduced to Sl.lt each .TS skirts reduced to S1.30 each Jl.M j klrts reduced to 91c eioli K.S0 SklrCs reduced to St. eaeh Is Skirts reduced to it M each HM Skirts reduced to St. IT eaeh Small lot ot China Silk Drapery Bearfi In figured and plain; redueedtrom St to TOo eaeh nARClAtNS IN T11E SMALL WEAR DKl'T. Silk Loom Web, tic; related from s&e. Lot of Strel Shear, see pertlr; reduced from Me, English Hairpins, 50 In box, 3c box; reduced from 19c. Stockinet Drees SMetdi No. t-ee pr. No. 2-llcpr. No.3-lSepr. Feather-wetrht DlMSShMds No. t-t9e tr. No. 2-10 pr. No.J ISepr. M pairs Hoee, sltchtly soiled, reduced from Tie ami Jo a pair to 3 pair for St. PABST MILWAUKEE BEES, UBST OX ACCOUNT OF PURITY. AGE AHD STRENGTH. ruperlully t.'osil Tor funilly lino. Ileiieltrlal for tt'euU mid DebllHutiHt t'eraoiit. R.S. W1DD1C0MBE sluiiucvr YVualtluctoii Ilraiieli, 703-05 Horih Capital Street Telephone 273. Grand, Upright and Squire PIANO-FORTES. SBoetal attention of purcbaaen la iavltad to onr SESSSm MOOaUTlVX AJrT.- MAJiOB WWXIUrT afima' '11"-' WaauM at All Ploe. Wm.Knabb & Go., 817 Mark Space. armiaiMi am naff mJf, aaaV sanaaaaBaaa'aa sansaajHtR swat aaat fiaSaaBSHBana Tib "'7C foERESHp TaaaWa? BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaT VMvmmk TO PREVENT LOSS BY CREDITING AND COLLECT DEBTS DUE YOU tmx THB Merchan's' Mutual Protective Union, Which rs an ontanleatlon of the Whole sale ami ltetail Merchants of tire Dis trict of UolnmWa for tnntual proteetlmi (against persons who do not pay their ikbts). The Plan of Operation is as FoHqwsi Mcmlxrs are tlivlill Into two classes Participating ami Non-Parllclpatlng. The participating; members pay two dollars ($2) annual tines and fifty cents (50c ) per month for monthly ami special reports, but nothing for collections. The non-participating members pay percentage on collections; get no report ami are not protected by the association. All members are furnished with our form of circular letters, which calls the iiehtor'8 attention to his obligation (to the creditor) and the necessity of his making some arrangement for settle ment nf same within n specified time. Should the debtor fall to respond to first letter (which Is known ns the cred itor's letter) in the time Btnled, the cred itor wilt send second lettcr(knownnsthe Association's letter, signed by the man ager,) Informing the debtor that unless he settles In some satisfactory way within lime mentioned In second letter his name will be placed on record m be ing Hint of n person unworthy of credit, and the record furnished to members of said union monthly In order that ho may be known to them nod credit denied him thereafter. Should n retail merchant be found giving credit to parties that have beon reported to him as unworthy of same, the said retail merchant will be reported to the wholosnto merchants that they may know what risk they tako In giv ing credit to said retail merchant. For further particulars Inquire of J. B. BROWN, MANAGER, Offlce, 1903 ltth st.n. w. SAMUEL MADDOX, attohnky, 4M 1 onlstana avenue. Messrs.Lee&Shepard Annrunce the Publication ol a Library to be Called kk GOOD COMPANY SERIES. -a -a -a -x -a AAA . This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some o! the "best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Each Kumter Will Be Complete In Itself, No. I The Blind Men and the Devil. ByPHINBA9. To ba FoUw4lr No, 2--!n Timlj or, Dr, Ber trand's Household. lyAMAMOA M. DOUL.S. Noi 3 Three Million Dollars. ByOi-lViK OMMO. 1..I ! m Prlw, S IV Year, TWatt VK VVUmltm. Single Numbers, 50c. t-ahtcritiMW Kaaiwtl ay alt hanlriaMati aa4 mwtdmlmn aaa aay taaaae aaaaaar aaat tartanM ea ietigi of Bttoe- LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, UOisTOK. saaaaaasssaasaasBsaBaBBBHaaBBsiRiasBaaBBBB A TONIC. Horsford's Ai4 Phetphate. AntuatmseUaai aai aiiUM. u Boartaaas tml Ipriajatalai sto i ;rcd brain aa4 boI. fcajaastf rnw4 amentr id vuaiitjr aaal aataeaa Ue reaartuaa sr 8. K. ClaaW, ftaaaaa, . Y., aaa: iahasatta4af ataat tain aarlaftoalo MMtsaagarMianjtlaiatarw'' Vt.i- Maaaiai. Veat SntMaaoM. Vt- lUTUaima ITtiaiini I WQStNBL aaFjaafwsfajBiaj vaeaajWawajwi" v-'aaFBT SPECIHL IJT OME-PRICE CL In Order to Introduce S', ME BOYS FID To the Public of Washlnitton and Vicinity, We Will Give You the Orpotlunliy of Buying your FALL CLOTHING at ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES. The Following Lois ate Ready for Your Examination : t.OTl Wen's Salts In ffacls ami (nlaways, ntatatd dressy, at JJ. Other l,',nHrT-Men'sAil Trcol farts, facks aril Cntawars, for drets or business, $. Other dealers olre VTtMt gfl(l B.srk awt Cntawar.ln Week Caevteta.Wors- tedsamlCasshTere. at M. Hr-galar retail prte.S. , . .... ., LfTTt-Fine rrtnee Albert anlts, m Corkserewor IMaeoBals.atSlV BoM LOT -M en's Overcoats, In Kerseys nml Meltons, at $.S8. Sold everywhere tJW'".OTe-Nobby Melton Orereoats. In 90 aifferent shvles, with or without silk '"'""'uT-YweboRert'w styles of Light weight Overcoats, la Oh evtet, Mel ton. Kersey ami Whlpwml. at $11. SoHl every where it H. ..,., LOT 8-in.ete pairs of Men's Pant, t i, l.so. $1, .", St.), Jt.89, J1, 8 sr.d $7. Bach pair wt.rth 40 per cent, raore monay. Doys' ami Children's Suits and rants In emlleK variety. The Above Offer Holds Oooil for Two Weeks ami la Given to Introseee Our Famous Make of Clothing. New York One-Price Clothing House, 311 Seventh MANUFACTORIES 212. 214 nnd 210 N. Y.: 52, 5-1 nnd GO Pearl C3F"Wo closo nt 7 p. m. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCELROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Fhotographs and All Pictures Stoca Uceot Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Fpeelal attention paM to Framing. ItefrlldlnR, Motins and noilnir risturos and Mirrors. James B. Iiambie, HHRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS.'BOILERS, HAKE TEA 01 COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the coolsing is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SJLL1 WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' r a'PWaljaaBaFaiaTgaaaaaaBBa n i. iaii.i in . I L ? aLQt' Lwir it That tbuhicScame itoh KMassiLW" j-W.Plf- CiVE UP liLaf fltT"" naaaafliaylQl 9R ILfl Leaf . 9nP J fcHQEIaraTll aaaarCwM UH iJmatfmWm mth Tin mmmk m&xisA m ' vSTwx ywifeifci ' i ? iJLi'l& nw i .Ms. w mas. tsjBBatfta. ' ffl&lBi9kJr F J ltl. i iBTBE ' HLTfiSBSltAJ ffejbisiGMaleUSi. rjlaWaPk rf4tfiafP - it "Jf'tiry- BaV"' MaYVWilnV' Jk.anauuuaMm BUT YOUE TRUKES AHD HARMS A-r OFFER THB S Our Celebrated Make of S St. N. W. West Washington Street, Syracuto, Street, UuiTnlo, N. Y. Saturdays, 11 p. m. $ 1 A 5 and $ 1 .50. It! 10 OR 13 K1N0TE5. BY THK T G CHILDREN CLOTHING nmrnOAns. s s s y jt j Tho Great Pennsylvania Route "To the North, West and Southwest. Ionble Traek. Splendid Soenery. Steel Wails. Majmlfleent Bqntpneat, In affeet May ltth, l99. Trahw teaT Waablnaton, irora station, ow ner of sixth and fl streets, as follows: For rrrwarao and the XVest, Chloajro Umt ted Kxnreasof rnllman Vestltnile Cars at tt SB a m dally; Fan Line. 10.90 a m dally to CMcaeo. comnibns and St. Lonls, with Meepnie Cars from IlarrlKhnir to Indianap olis, rfttbnTe to OotBmbns; Altooni to Chtcaro. St. lionli. Chioago ami crnetnnatl Kxprew, 3 30 n m dally, rarlor Car Wah truton to Harrisbnrir, and Sleeping Cjrj narrlsbnrfr to St. LooK Chioago and Cln olnnatl, and Dlnlnc car narrtabnrg to 9t Inl,ChlcaoardrlnclnDatl. Western Bx press, at 7 Tp ra dally, with Sleeping Oars Washington to chlcaro asd St. boats, oon nretlcjt dally at llarrlsbnre with thropati 8!eepra for tiOTiIoTllleand Menphla. Pnii man lilnrr rr nttbnrjt to ttlohnrand and Chicago. imcMc Kxpre, 1000 pm dally, for Plttoborr and the West, with thrmuh Steeper to ftttsbnrg and nttsbnrf: to C6I- BALMOnil AND TOTOMAO HILROAD. Fob Kasb, Canandalfna, Rochter and Nl spare Palh dally, except Sunday. 8.18 a tn. ForEr.h CanandalanasmlRocbeMter dally; fcrimffaloand Mucara dally, except Sat urday, TO 00 p m, with Sleephig Car Wah In ton to Rochester. Foa Wiu.iamtobt, TxteX Uaren and Blmtra, at W.ao a m dally, except Snnday. For WittiAmnr, da'lr, S.80 pm. For rnit.ABBt.rniA, New York nml tho Bait, 7.80.9 00,11 tOBPd 11.40 a m, 8.10, S.1S, 4J80, 6.40. 10 00 and 11.30 p m. on Snnday, 9.00, 11.40 a tn. 2 10. 8.1S, 4 o, 10 00 and ll. p u. Limited Express of liillman Parlor Cars 9.40 a m dally, except Snnday. For New Yobk only, Limited Express with IHnlna Car, 5.00 p tn dally. For rmr.AnBt.rmA only, Fast Exptees 8 10 a ra week days and 4pm dally. Express, Snnday only, S 40 pm. Fob Ikwron without obanro, fcto a m week dar ard 315pm every day Fob Brooklth. N. T., all through train oon- aect at Jerrey cut with boam of Urooklyn Annex, BfTordlns direct transfer to Fulton Mrrot. aroldlngdoublo ferriage across New York City. Fon Atijintic Citt, 11.40 a m wcok-days, 11. M pm dally. Fon ItAtTtMonr, e.SR. 7.50, 8.10, 9.00. 9. W, 10.00, 10.ro, II COand II 40n n, 12.05, !.10. 3.15, J..10 4 00, 4.80, 4 80. 5 CO. 5.40. 6 TO, 7.40, 10.00 and ll. p m. On Sunday 9.00. 6.06, 10.ro, 11.40 a m. 8.10, 3.15. 3.10,4.00,4. SO. 5.00, 5.40, 0.00. 7.40. 10.00 and 11 aopm. For Tora'n Cnitr.K Like, 7 30 a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AMArot.t, 7.30 and 9.00 a m, 12.05 and 4.20 p ra dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a.m and 4.20 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTMBTtN RAILWAY. In effect May 11th, 1890. Fon Alexandria, 4 30, 0 85, Ti 8.4fl, 9,5, 10.57 a tn, 12.01 noon, 3.05, 3.30. 4.20, 4.5.5, 8.01, 8.02, 10.05 nnd II 39 p m. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45, 0 45 10.57, a tn, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.03 p.m. AttoMMoiuTioM for Quantlco, 7.45 a mand 45 pm weck-dar. 7.45 am Sunday. Fon ltirttMoan and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p ra week days. TnAisuleavo Alexandria for Washington,! 11 7 C5, 8 CO, 9.10. 10.15. 1) .07 a m; 1 J0. 3.00.1. 1), 5.10, C 03, 7.05 9.20. 10 37 and 11 03 p On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a mj 3.00 7.03, 7.29, 9.20 nnd 10.37 P m. Tickets and Information at tho offlco, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and l'ennajlvnnla arenuennd at tho station, wheroordeMonn bo left for the checking or baggago to destination from botols and roil dencoii. ciias. e. ram, J. n. wood. CIcnornJ Manager. Ocnl. Ta-M. Agent. Itnlliiiioro .nml Ohio Itailrontl. Schcdnto In effect Juno CO, 1890, Leave WaMugton from atatlon oornor of New Jersey avenuo and U strcot. Fon Ciiicaoo and Northweat, Voitl billed Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 9.Wpm. Fon CihciNNATi. St. Lonl and Indianapolis cjrrcfB daily 3.ro aid 11.30 p m. Fon rirrtnctai and Cleveland, ox proas dill 9 a m and 8.40 p. m. Fon LaxtMinm and points tn tho Shonaadoah Va'ley, 11.(0 am. For ihruiKTin and way tatlons, t5 JO p m, Foh LcnAT, tJ.30 and '8.40 p m. Fon IlALTIMonr, week dars, 4 03, 3.00, 0.3.1, 7.S0. 70,8.(0 45-mlnutoa), R.39, 9.3.1. ttJJ0, 12.00 4VmlnutM) a.m. 12.10,2.13 IM 45 mlnutca). (3.15, 45-mlnule), 3.2a, 4.30, 4.30, 3i (l.tO, 45-mlnuten). 5.30 8.00. 0.15, 0.20, 7 10. 7.3U, 8.3ft, 9.(0. 10.50 ami 11.30 p. m. Mindarr. 4C3, 7.20, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a m. (12.C0, 45 minute.) 1.00. 2.13, (2.50, 45-mtn UlH)3.25, l.'J,4., (1.50, 43mlnut0il) .u. CIS. 0.20, 7.50, 6.3, 10.3V, 11 JO p tn. Foa Wat bTATtoa. between Waahlngton ami ltnltlnwro. SCO, 6.38, 8.30 am,, U.10,3.S, 4.M,o.vu. HJOpm. HunUayj.a.SJara., 1.00, 3tt.4.3!.G.U,11.30pm. Vbain. leavc ltALTiaoni for Washington, Mk day., 5.C0, ., A.M. 7.15, 7.30,8.00, 8 JO, 8 38, 9.30 and 10.20, tOJ5am-t 12.00, 12.10. 3.10. S,y, 3.50, 4 00, 4.13, 5.00. G 00,8.9), 7.00, 7.10, 8.ao, 8 30. 9 (0. 10.10, 1040 and 1 1X)0 p m. KumlaTH. 6 3u. 7.15. 8 30, SM, 9.3), lO.'JO. 10.36 am., 12 00. 1.05,3 10, 2 30,4,13, 5.00,8.20, 7.00, 7 30, a.), S JO, 10 10. 10.20 and 11.00 p m. Fob AMNAt-ot.ia.8 3B and 8.30 a m., 12.10 and 4 30 p m. Hundajra. 890 a m., 4.tJ p m. Leae Annapolla. 8 35, 8.37 a m., 1.'. 05, 3r pm. Sundara, 8.30 a m 3.56 n m. Fun Station on tho Metropolitan llrano . ttfJO, V4 30 a m St. 15 p ra. For principal atatioas only, 1 10.40 a m., tlJO and t5J pm. Fob ItocKviu.1 ami Way Station., t Ul p m. Fob Oaithkuhidhu and lutwowdtatu pclntfw tv.oo.iieio, tiixou m., tt.oo, ti.oo, ..ia, t.w, tie oo, t tt.ro pm. FoHltoTii'aaad Intvrmadlate statlOM, ,3 pm. Chi'bch train Imvm WaahiBgton oa Sunda at 1 IS p ia., UplB at all stattoaa on Melroiiolltan Braneh. Fob Fbeiiikkk. M., J8.30, 19.30 tit. 30 am., 51. 11. tS.30. 14.30 p ra. Fon IIaqemtowm, tl0.40 a m. and 13.30 p m. Tbaim abhive Irom Chicago dally 11,43 am ami 4.W p m; from Cincinnati and bt. LoaU daily 3. to a m and 2 us p ra; from I'ltUburu 7.10 a m. 5.50 p ra dally. NSW YOItK & rillLADBLFIIIA DIVISION. Fob New ork. TrentoB. Newark, N. J . and bllbibetb, N. J , ! 06. tA), '10.00, '12.00 an. 'tie, '4.50 and '10.30 p m. Uuffat farter Lara on alt day traloa. Slwaptaz Car oo the W 30 ii ra, oi at 9.GU p ra. Fun I-hiijuslfhia, IU8, ta.00. '10.00, '12 00 noon, J.50, '4.50, '4.16 ami '10.39 p m. Fuk EWABK, ll , WllmlBgton aiul Ciw4tr, I 0ft, )60 an, '12.U0 uooa, '2J9, 'I JO, .16 and 'JO 38 p a. Fob ikTutMiMAM rokT UitweeB Ualtlraoro uml 11U.a4WpUa, t&.bO and J7.J0 a m, t.50, IJapra. Tkaiiw i.kavb Nw York for WaaUa4toa, a oa tn.su a to, 2.w, -x, 5.ou p ia ami WlSstebt. Tbaiv. i.ak PUladalpMa lor Wanbiagtoa, Ul. , . 11. am, tt.W, tl, J6 'T.atpai. Fob IktoTOM, '2JS p m, wllti 1'aUaiiB BaflTet hltptn Car running tkirouh to BUon HilbiMttkwBHi,Tla rotwakevoate UrWao, huult4; panaaiiiara la B. i M. aUUuu at Fimi aiuski Citt, 4jW and n.Gt) a m, 13.oa iwoat, mmU", I0t a, . J 00 U'jou iiud a.a3 bh. i Kxcept taada y. Mall y . ISu mlay on' y . kanaka uallol for aad lAartet from a t tU ami mMmiai br ITaiua Traafer Co. oa oraer iwt at tuii oaaeaa, aw ami ll r i. ave. aud at dauttt. J. T. OHKLL, Gvb. Maiuger. CHAS. O bCULL. Cieu. fxit. Af't JOHNP.AGNEW&CO WM4tfaMto aasaaat HtttaaVU SaMaAafi lft yjuKili ad rkNfe's Creek Cd, UrHCB: 1414 Fa. ave. DUwooraa ikkUdiaa). YAkUk Cor. H at. aad ItaL ave. TaUJtPiMaKB: Oaaoe. 51 Yard. 2N. ap?4aajaaaagaaeaaawawaai MKUIOA.L. DON'T GIVE UP I 3Ty I 1 uj tan ... l . nf.raA..ttti7 i ."i. auj j (V i'i. i .,...'. 1 .. li illy Cun.tHnwtl.iuM.aii I HUratMurHtMit aKlutl.tat.ttoiUnt lit' i d.uttlM4ia 4r4 LB IB cO&tliaaiilaaU DON'TS! p.iac ;5rttii.rtilace O.H.lNiUAUaV.Jjt fe, Amatudiuu. ai. T. 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