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THE DAILY IUTI( WEDNFPDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1890.
Tue Daily Critic OITX BPKOlAXa. i tttmtrtm nmi 1mm ttt Vf, tttvpIWRttex, ma'arlal, exnverstlon and If nam rronDie. lunar tronoWs, Kl loute wme of cot cure. 7ser.nttanln bottle Only BlpiTtrore. TJcenf 1H OTMtt Hows Pnw Sfi'. IT. IT llnnrhtnn rs . tmumtom and ForMatier, isi and us p MBWJWt. HO 18 this ror ' III4W.1 maromn s soim ub ww MM. Wt 11 will vnn the Mtlt t. I rtn mrt Mattre for t SI. CWr ,J?,2. "rrmels carpet. $1.10 per fard. trBT.ew TTrpwrry nrnen i-arpet, .jt per Mi. Otrr heat Moqnette Carpet. $1. jwr ftfl. ft ftm truttt hrnet, reila IM goods at WMmMBW pMce. W Store ! full of tm. All prlc guaranteed IT It. Hot rniTOS Co , Ii8-lt F street rtorthsreat kmstten's Jfew pn Omnia. JoMk rPtsmtOlS, tr6 ptiitieoi matalttllent flrtt. !SStWttyJwa.'od atfSOand 984 vttih atfH MMMttT MHrnWI. ha hist retornftd from trie ost jtnrnw Immen ft jMftt with an Immense anppty of ll MM M havatttreerdrw tnorn. carpets, tt&m. tttKhmt. tvmcan famish ymtrhonw from mK re ibhtpi, n rnn w t thu store, with earth i em cm installment plan The Nwtlonnl SflTe llfjnxlt 0mrny tSnr. lfltli St. and N. V. Ave, SISSrMSt rOT SO'W W'nrO, Jewtfy. ttJMSBS. Fgw BwhMi tkIbuMw of n MfWS CwsitScSS jsntlei ate. Safe deposit boxw fdf leaA at tlfcs very lowest rates. - Order of (Inntl tnmarltnns. A wwellngpf reprewnlnllTW from the rfflttoiml grand council ami the national gram! ksdsre of the Independent (inlet of (Jnwl Samaritans tpm held jrestenlisr st the Owlets' Armory on 0 street. Dr. D. 1 Senton. rmst nntlonul gtuml chief of the eraml iwineil. w elected chilr met): Her. Daniel Jones, (trsnd sire of the urn ml lodge, vice tnwhlent. .lamw lltirme. cretrr. ami Cornelia S. Ssjcler, altnt secretary. Articles of aurremrnt, which had been previously wloplcil by Ibe two grand bodies, were icfetrnl to the limlnes commute. The atllclcs contain propositions looking; to ward an orpanlc tinlnn. A mecllngof the delegates was held this morning ami this afternoon a street parade was glren. Mornl I.nirn Not l.'C faiTH John It. Sis was some days ago ar rrstcd en a charge of felling liquor to minors and the cae continued. It was MiWquently found that ?H had no llccrse atnl conjequently could not he prosecuted under the minor act, IIo was, however, charged with selling liquor without n llccnc. Two boys who became Intoxicated In the place trsllflcd that they had never purchased any liquor there, hut had been treated. This was nil the evidence, but District Attorney Dtimnnt argued that the do fendant ouebt to be convicted on mornl Rtounds. Ills Honor said he had noth ing to do with the moral ground, and on the lceal crounds he would have to dismiss Mr. 61s. llHiilly Mntetl. Mltft Maty K Kellhcr and Mr. Mai Unw 1 Dc'iiobue of Georgetown wore iitllid In maritnpc lust evening at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church by Hv. 1'athcr Itockfoid, aslsled by Kuv. 1'allier Kelly. The church was (Wed vlh the friends ami relatives of the jt.ung coujilo. The Misses Donohue, iloyce, Crowley, Moran and Sullivan t!l(d the bilde, and Means, .fohn Kriltier, .Tamea Kcllher, Miller and Crt-wUy aclel as ushers. At the con clusion of the ceremony a reception was held at the ftituie residence of I lie bride Rnd groom, Thlrly-lourth ami 1" streets, where the happy couple were the re- ciptonta ol nmtiy cunnratulaltuni. Architect Milllult'a Funnrnl. litv. Dr. Harding, pastor of St. 1'aul'a I'rolMtant EpIiojimI Church, mill conduct ihe ftiuerai services of the late A. II. Mtf.lctt at 1 o'clock tomor row afternoon, at the family realdeace, ?S01 Pennsylvania avenue. There will uUo be K'rvices by the Knights Temp lar and lilue 1,'idne of Masons. The re mains will be taken via Ualtlmore ami Ohio ltallrmd, aceompauled by one member fimn ouch of the four Masonic bodies to which deceased belonsed, to Clnclnnattl for rloal Interment In Spring Ojovc Cerotery. Uona to Join Her Surer. Olllew l.titbertoA last night found 1'aQBle ilonroe wstulerlug around la a gut il clous manner In the nortU.iUrti ptt of the city She told the olttcr that she was on Iter wsy to the work liottse to wo her sUier, but Ibe oltlcr dhi not take much slock la her story awl plauul her under arrttst. Ih court today ihe declined to answer the Jtklgti's qisestluM or say ai.vthlBjf Ik re VtU to her acllniw laM biUL Judge Mllkr fcbBl lmr U Ihe workhottM. Untitle ol Sir. l'rot. Mr. Horace J Yrott died suilUely jwk'idar aflerstxiB at hU rtwJdooee, Hi? K stKet oithwet. Mr. Prat was k BAtive of Mkblgaa, but has ri(dfi in this eily for aearly thirty rive yeirs. He was aurrUtl to Mb MIUrl A atker, Mster of Ir DvM Walker of I.iwtf Jobusoa & Co. Sir Froat ws vtH kMWH ia church u:l biiilneaa i biles, ii.d WU udU-B deuth will b I'tplcrid by wwy fticU. Kw UnatM la Kellj' I'mclBoi. Tbwe wr few eass at Uui Kw Jeisey &vue 4a4k IW wosalttg a t i ewt was ia setfekw oaly a shoit tiHM llerjawla Hiowb sm! iIMy Uurke both 1 ad U bmt a mu of f 5 for clUorcWriy KObdml. WUMaNi Moof, Hot ris Gausey asMt SstwtJ O Itotsrk, m accused of htjmg WJ aatl (Haseluui persoas of evil Wh ai fa. were tit to the farm for sissiy 4ye- A kit DC JiuiiSCBt (.Sli VlttttiMMI. A laig d apfxwelailve sahJUsocb el ii4i8Uitve eukiitd people ware lUtaasHas tk Mt, lUm t'tuwek laat asgVti, cmbm Twelfth aa4 atieats threat The waaiua bOa; liter wy aa4 music I tstunalainaat ia aiti ftfiMir ce4ei ebildrwa who an ua Mi to allcad scImkJ for lack uf pupr eiolUaf . i- bwge sow waa realhtad. Veni; L, Psilbla, vice pteaidesrti t. McOatrn. iceittar) . M. Ferwy, . mmw; Mtut J 1 Flanagan and i. Y Jtsrljy. fen. Ii. Bar, mawal aswtlM, kt. bten tUcttd ifttira of U. Dc Ury ill prW w4 fine. Ha. Mto i tead a ffti h rtirt j lauMl li0atiwf Hii af trdttttii Bauiihti to be kald to- .mm mnrnlan'nT 4U 10 MrtfflflilisHili gMVsnqMnip anipmawnpr9 p san - - - nwm laliat USMek. B Ut, tnsttw TwfOs and Uxtcei. am m Auiatafci. Iltttrtji Attftjaw TfcflMMIIf ninrannniiBnipnr pB"pn is""twfs w wi1 i 1 1 n Hr swW'BBisffi waW in yPssaWrs nT "W isnnnnjnn ta ---- in ainrl naaaUn Misosi a riK iiirfcaii it har kkn wsaaaa thatt at S SMjiri mmkHSukSS Rtf WW WlPPnP nninnnsnnnnnn wnnjf njiaupm iwff xaustajbf a . ..wr Poiiglaaaollinj . itutl Llurarr in a laat nivhi aafim .. l.uu i ruhlni ' Tlw y,nhlniM ' ftiaiiBnri ffiSTSSnl aha - mm jt-fi-fnl 4. M. K. ClVMwk wew44 CAPTURED THE THIFF A niiiit r iiner, rrire Store - Kb h imtth. Abrmt tt mMH of SWemVi Edrd Dart, a coloml ttrmi, wh employer! at i Olfte ftwrtaorant on V street, was "Wat nt by tl pro prkloT. Rfwdttl Oimnghum, to obtain mall change for W In Mite tliat he gate Mm. Darts fca not swn tip slece thut rtn. awrl the notice awthorl ttei hate bten keeping a close watch for him. Yesterday after norm Morgan Hrwl ford, who knew Iavls, saw him at the corner of Pewrtn street and Temtsyl rnla avenue. He shadowed him ntll he ranw to Oflh er lton, to whom he rolntetlhlmont. The man said his name was Williams ami not Davis, but no m oner hat! he said so than he made a meak for liberty. The officer gave chare sml captured D-avls after warning him with a revolver shot In the air. A brut a yrar ago Ihitls stole f9t from Mr. GUHngham, but was not proe cniid. Ietective Mahon Inst night ascer tained that Davis hml also stolen an overcoat ami two nalra of tmtfsers from Daniel Smith, and nseorerwl the prop erly. A Ills Flelil rr Oliarltr. .Iiidge SJnell presldel last night, with Mr. L. S. Kmery secretary, at the reg ular monthly meeting of the Associated Charities. The report of the 'ecretarv showed that there were 80(1 callers at Ihe central olflce since the lat report, August , IflK). Of these were while ami 70 coloretl. Seventy four white and 17 colored desired work; 71 white ami 24 colored wanted alms. There were 372 visitors to Inquire Into cases; 70 families were aided with fuel, food and employment The Associated Charities, through the co operation of Messrs. Singleton, Hoekp, llevertdge, Williams, Latishurgh. Houghton and others, have established and furnMied a room at the Young Women's Chris tian Home. -10(1 Sixth street, where womon in distress will be cared for. Inntlltite or Architect. A meeting of the board of directors of the American Institute of Architects wrs held lat evening to arrange pre liminaries and to pass upon applies tlons for membership. The convention will assemble this afternoon at I o'clock In the assembly hall nt the Arlington. The opening address will be delivered by Commissioner Douglass, who will welcomo the delegates, nftcr which President Hunt. P. A. I. A., will make a speech. The reports of the board of directors, treasurer and committees will be read. In the cvonlnz tho member, nlll visit Ihe Corcoran Alt Gallery, by courtesy of the trustees, and n recep tion has also been tendered by the Cosmos Club. Mtlionn llepulillrHii Annrlttlon, A wcllaltetidid meeting of Ihe Ma h' ne Virginia Iicpubllbnn Association. a colored organization, was held last cxcnlng at Fourth and N streets north west. The rommlttce on transportation ptcscnted n satisfactory rtpirt, after which h committee was appointed to kiititaln the names and addresses of all Utal totem fttim Virginia In this city. Mtfsrs. .1. C. Fountain and K. T. Louis niRde cnititifisitlc addresses Indorsing Frank Hume for Congress. Injurril lllcjclxr. A ccllUIon which might have resulted more ditsMrcusly. occurrwl at the ctrrcr of Klnth street amlMassachu sills avenue, yesterday afternoon be initn two bicycle riders. W. 1!. Davis and Charles Huckbead. The latter was badly Injured alwut the head and the former sustained some very severe strains. Ilucklitatl was taken to his hi me. 1118 Fifth street, and Davis to 1S15 Sixteenth street. Kfcapril Trcm Ihe liffcirm Nclioul, It was reported at Police Headquar ters Ust night that J. W. Walters, Wat. ion Hampton, John Itodgers ami Joe Hunter bad made their escape from the Itcfnrni School. Thev were all sent to the school from the Police Court, and tbey will undoubtedly venture baek to their homes In this city. Colonel Sbel lenberger will have a cUe lookout kept for them. AmkuIIviI III 1'ather. Daniel Long to day had hia sob ar retted ami tr'ed In Police Court for committing au assault upon hlui. The mb, DeBl&, denied that be h-td aa MiultMl bit father, who is a mart well alone In years, but the evidence agiirtst him wm vary strong and Judge Miller Imposed a fine af f IV or thirty days. KulsliU at Iluuur. The regular meeling of the Potoraae Lodge, Knights of Honor, was bela last evening, with Vice Dictator Palmar in the t-bslr. An Invitation from the Grand Dictator of Maryland for the kdge to visit IWdlliaore next mouth was wrepled. A cuMmunk-ntioa from Hrerkl)n was read sVtowiair the pro j eriiy of iU oh.r ia New York. - - I'nHble l rind lll Aall4Ht. TUoaia Cox, the Washington boiler maker, wko was found ia an uncosuekMii condition ia the Urtatg of Alexandria to still ia tin; infirmary there in a crill eal condition. The orhcera have as yet bten unable to locate the man who as sailed him. StOP tl2.lt GHROHic Ogush Mow; For it you uu cue It may Usooiu cua- tietu-rut Jirbtl.ty a.u 1 WwUmj IJurt:j, Uita u l.' Hi U4 l.ke SCOTT'S JS0L810W TTTrrigiTTiirsiinMiMiTaTinanii Of Pure Cud I Jwr Oil nuA HYPOPHOSPHIYES It la a lu i. i i ( ,i . kiiX 4 ViOsvtvriui u.wjj m: -i'.cui. Spit's Eitilsiei ietMt)o.jtgitau.uu. MnKuiw. ien'HanwifSiTiiay'eseansi TQ THI LADII5, W tLl rs ejei fer 6v ii.j. la tkc otic et taa Siuef vuwpta j. u KS at. w. ibf i I HH BaH vWMawnwHMmR MB 2UiM'SgiL MsTtoili wW aTrSffyLiT ?r isF vlIMM OtfjweU a litaasW ii i jji i 1 1 ,so mm' ' THE POSITIVE CURE. IKLY BROTHERS, 6 Warren Diamonds Watches -KISID- Jewelry on asj Weekly Or Monthly Payments, Washington peottt1 are not flow In taking advantage of the spwlal UAtWAISS offered bytheCRHDrTJtWfct,RrHL)US8 ot 515 Seventh Street Northwest, Last week we filtered watoliw CllKArEII on CItKDIT than could lie bought elsewhere for cnh and manr rmroljasers secured great 11AH0AINS. This week vre are selling K, SOLID GOLD, HEAVY CASKII Vatet0, ROCKFOItU MOVEMENT, warranted for five years, for S6. We offer bADtKS' sottl) OObt) ll-K. HEAVY-CASED Wateties for t M. These are not common, thin cases. They mast be ex amined to be fully appreciated. We have Ladles' Held Watclie for III up ward. Ladles' Hirer Watches for $ upward. Wo have nlro a full line of filled ease In Gentlemen's Watches and are selling them from $10 upward. Gentlemen' attention Is directed to the bargains offereJ them lu our Diamond !)e imrtment. You can bur beautiful Diamond studs at it9, ttl, lit. $ld. ISO. M or as high as rou wish to go These goods are WOHTH FILLY FIFTY I'EK CENT. MOKE than we are asking for them. . I ook at thoe fpoclal Uargalos In IttXOS. W e offer DIAMOMU 1SIN09 for ST, 111, StR, tit. 11, ST, m and upward. If YOU are 1IIIMONO of IIL'YINO altlngltwlll PAY YOU to l.AMINEtrHe(U)ODS. COMI'AIIE TEII.MH.-aml PKIl KS with t hose sold else wl ere and we will comlrre yon tliat you can SAVE MONEY by DBALINCJ with us. W carry In sto k a full line ot Silverware and the tnlscellaneoiia goods uaually found In Jewelry store. llentbmber, thece gooda are SOLD on EASY KLKIY or MONTHLY PAYMENTS', and as every article Is delivered to the purchaser on theFIllbT PAYMENT you have the useuf the (.001) S while you are PAYIQ for tbem. Call arid v us whether you want to buy or not. No trouble to abow gocKla. We want ytu to get acquainted with our Special Cntdlt (jyttem. Itemember tlw place. e)fitfy-t-l 515 Seventh Street Horthwest. Upstairs. Open every evening. For Iinpiuied and tcoaomlc CooklngLse Liebig COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF for tteer Tea. Soups, Made DIUw, SauriM lOair e, Ftb Jtc , AsuloiirMat Jelly. Kimo lir anv Itmgth of tioao, ait la ctwapr aad of riser Savor truu aay otLar tok. i.ciiiiiuo only uilli J. toil Uelilif'n kltfiialiire ua abu)(t,tn llue. Oo pound ot Extract of Beef squat to forty pound of ln bwtr Okdeii if lwu an! Law Fkms. pAMBELL CAsUtUKmI, ATfOsWEY-AT-LAW, Mi) B Untl attrtfcvwat. W4Jaftajill)aU 9 GU "T n bat a r Law Batiatng. aunaBHNBBia, wt c aa aa.a, WOUtMWitY WB8BUU. A.'mwiwt-x'r-Lkw. H $.ad WS H at., taiinaar . I enialana ava.. waaataaaanM B. v. fraetlctw b taa Ousstto ol taa Watttot aaat al frii lieutga'a CtMHUy, IB. t37 U b. r. it. jfcmNMY. rtUIXIN, ZACHBY McKKbiliSY. iuonm at Law, ft.-7-U Boa BalWlM. F at. HVTXLM AXtt MMHTJ.UHJ.HrM. NEW YORK BUFFET, M.W. Beat at irnaast Hasinas ta tan eaty- tas- iiMM at-ammJA FtsnwtatMN nwi JUMKtV, VHnmMK.ve. I Unffty ' WsWPRP-Wrf fPV sr P" Wsjp sWftlf nW IBB Bfr W U.X.GMMM. lteaaa?liinten?- ia)pajpa4Mpp)patp'iail Hiaaiaii' n TIltUiMl W r TMailWWMfVU, W -A- J aVAa.ai fal ast r fturi .. 4 Qx&Bc&m. 'a!?'.- ??Am MrtV ltD?A ' ' i os aa- m St., New tor'. MceMcts.! HOOVER & SNIDER, Expert SHOE FITTERS, WrmM be pleased to have yon eMasttm jjelr NEW and CDMrlETE stock of the Latest Styles -ts- Fall Shoes Fto EVRKIKR ami STHERT wear. Jnr aim Is to supply run with COMroRTAlibE, UUIUHLK ami WELL-FIT T10 frhoes. & 1217 Pa. Ave. l'orincrly ultli (lie lulo firm or Italton A Mrlelilnuil. oolt-tm FOR CLOTHING, hUR HIS H INGS AND HATS. 00 TO THE Southeast Coiner of Ninth and E Streets Northwest, Where everybody goo. It Is the greatest bargain corner In Washington. rillCES TO SUIT EYBIiYIIOnr. We ran abowyou tor the coming seaaon the greateat llneof ET.W Uentleruani Kulta ever aliown In ibe DUtrlet, and our StO I)res Suit ll etpial to any Sift suit on th strtot. We nlio littve an elegant llneof Uoys'Sllts, 15 to 1R years, from l to $9 ( hlldrn' Suits, tl to J. In Men' Pantaloons we are the leaders, as we manufacture every dollar's wortli our aelvet, aud therefore can save you to ptr cent uu evsrr dollar Invested, We have tba best i pantaloons In tie worlds strict Ir nd wcoland guaranteed never to rlo, and our IS 50, $3 and tSM pants are beyonJ oompetl tlon. Helnw wi mentloa a fow prleea ot our Hats and Funiltblog liooda: Uunlap style, sold everywhere for 12.90, at flW. Miller's style, je.ss, at II 6S. Youraan's lateat style, M, at S1.96. Ask for our special l. Derby. VUHNI8MNG1 DEI'AItTMKNT. Ilargalas In Men's Underwear In all mtall Ilea from 3Se up. 8peeUl lino I'ull Own fblrta nt Tie un. Mlk Embroidered Sanpead ers. We. All the latest novelUo In Neokwear at tt, M a ml SOe. When you net ready to purchase any ot tho above artklvs gtre usa call. UTII AMI 11 NTN. X. W. H. FRIEDLANDER, bL ve, iwa IHewCoIIar PABST MILWAUKEE BEER, BBfcT OK ACCOUNT OF PURITY, AGE UNO STRENGTH, I kiu'dully ilouil Tur I'uuilly Ue. llcuellt'ial for H'euk unit llabllltatwl l'tiraoiit. R.S. W1DD1C0MBE 703-05 Herth Capitol M Telephone 273. "gn,. -sqsCTzrR- &aa mm -nittl TTiaiaf hflM tMsllliiflll MsssaUi. sfMPP gMm "WnF IP'nW" mnasnjnnaiwi an awanpnt mast ns) alhM )Baf fafaWBa OF SIYDR 1 1 ,&! ,alna3inm I uERES MStf Who is the Greatest Statesman? J.B.BROWN. WHY? Because lie nmi nctHrrnptterrerl more In thirty days than Cmigresi evw tlW. WHAT HAS HE POSH? He has trTOTtrt to il Imslnws men of tire IHtrIt 6i OrMttmWn that pro tectron for rWwute only is what they rnwtl. HOW CAJf TIIUV OltT PROTLt. TIOKt lit jolnirrf the Merchants1 Mutua WHKHE DO THKY GIST THIS ItKVBNUKT From debts due thetn. The oUject of lite MKitCttANTS MUTUAL ritOTKCTIVK UNION Is to protect Its members agalRSt that elaw nf persons who do not py their just debts In the following manner: 1st. lly endenvorlnjf to obtain for Its members debts overdue. JW. Hy furnlshlnjt Its members with the names of this class In order that credit may be refused. To Accomplish These Ends: 1st. The mannirer has an ofllclent and reliable corps of collectors who will use every avnllalilc means to obtain moneys due the mcmbcis. Sd. To obtain from merchants In oKxrRAt. names of porsons who have failed to meet their just obligations and rt'iiLtsH list of names thus obtained and distribute to tho members monthly. This Association Is entirely local anil embraces nil branches of business of the Disttlct of Columbia. Offices IMS llth st. n. w. and Hoora 15 Central National Hank Building. Grand, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES. Special attention ot purchasers Is Invited to our "N EW AUTISTIC STYLES.' Finished In Dlgns nf "IllUHEST DBCOIIA rtVK AUT." PIANOS FOK HENT r-eoond-ham! Pianos at All Prices. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. Messrs.Lee&Shepard Announce the Publication ot a Library to be Called I GOOD COMPAHY 1. SERIES, This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some ol the T)est American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Each Her Witt Be Complete a itself. Ho, 1 The Blind Men and ho riouil lllu Uuilli MfMilKEAS, Tu has PuUWlbr No. 2 In Trusts or, Br. Ber Irand's Household. Ky AUAXBX M. IMM.WH.A8. h 3 Three Milion DiUars. tor ouv.sk onm, TWE1YE WJUMUt. Siagle Numbers, 50i. tiubacrlytVMU MsNtat I a tfcUra LEI & SHEPARD, HOsSTO- SPECIKL BT IEsTIEIW" ONE-PRICE CL In Order to Introduce MENS, BOYS' AID CHILDREN'S CLOTHING To lie l'nbllr of Washington and Vicinity. We Will Gtre You tile O; port unity of Buying your FALL CLOTHING at ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES. The Following Lois are Ready for Your Examination: T.OT I Men's nlls In Feet s srnl Cntewar. neat and dressy, at UJK. Other TSI.irTS Men's All wool Pnlts, Sack and Cntawats, for dress or business, S. Other !Tf iaSdVoire Dress Snlt. In Jaek ard Cntawar.ln Dlaek CbeTlets.Wors teds awl Casslrtero at 80. ftPKOlar retail rjrre,8e. LOTS Flee rrtnee Albert Suits, In Corkscrew or DteRenals.atSlR. Sold 6 T5WI.OT Men's Overcoats, In Kerseys and Mettoas, at $.89. Sold everywhere ' lloT e-Noblir Melton Orereoats. In 90 different sMdes. with or without silk fC,Wlo?V"o eboKe"fS styles of IJhl walght Orereotts, In Ch evtot, Mel ton, Keraeyaml Whlrword.atgiv, pM everywhere -it $. LOT 8-ie,0P0 pairs of Men's TanKht 91, JIM. $S. IW, S., U.80,$s,u and $7. Barh pair wi rth 40 per cent, more munay. Boys' and Children's suits and rants In endless variety. The Above Offer Holds Good for Two Weeks and Is Given tot ntrodnee Our Famous Make of Cloihlnir. lew York One-Price Clothing House, 31 1 Seventh MANUFACTORIES 212, 214 and 210 N. Y.i 02, 54 and CC Pearl tSWe close at 7 p. m. , SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MEL ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures Stoc! Ixcept Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Special attention paid to Framing. IleglldlnK, Movlnn and Boilns natures and Mirrors. James B. Xiambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS. HIKE IE1 OB CSFFIE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the cooking Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOK SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest, -, Jfc nunr it! That TRusiit Bcame n3M Kweessir p,-,a -t-e. WifTl La , taii .tmm" L"SrtmlmtSTKmmm a Hfc "fl- . . . fBLZ TJ , ,aSBmaai irffPFM ifetll- i VUrmmm 'HL ffJlteTOl 1m Isui ChAKkafial Sfi. saaaaWF I Till ' i ktsflaHsf IjaST af& JftL JBaWamfF.f:rlVHal?lm QHT; HlHlrWthr K fl.7.ri "i 8 sWJalaW a. ' i'.' 't-Ufflrr Jfisaaaaasr,xJ jar. Java aiti a- 7 f TimMmKlmu aaBABaam s'JBSSBtB KfBmWmWmwGBBwE3SmhM!itia f !'? Tl" -ii.ji--i. -i - ' -l x laaaaWJaaaaLttjaii L JBaaaaBJI. -X. WltklJSI tVAili h " u l ZuiiuA. WKnlKKm&3Q& E.gigBpMBBaaiaammmaasBaaBaMaiMfcMia?3 Mauaml ' '" " "' - " ' ' Wil'f I a?aaaL3r3BBaawlaaaalBaKSSaWBaaiBamflBawBBBam HK- 1 .t jiu iii. u J' BT YOTIE TETJHKS AIL IAEFBSS Wi 90KmW)IQl NL C W OFFER THE YORK SE Our Celebrated Jtake of St. N. W. West Washington Street, Syracme, Street, Huffrtlo, N. Tu Saturdays, 11 p. m. $ t . 1 5 and $ 1 .50. IH 10 OB li MHDTES. -'' BY TIIK T- lfW - IrB EtifaiHR&F MBr iji 1 ii iii; its.ir.nOA.rs. S S S j The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Dtmbte THKsk. Splendid Sconpry. Stl Rails. Jfaimlflcmt Bqtilpment, In effwt Msy llth, IW. Trttus tttvt Was I rsarton, from sstlon. cor Tr ot Mxth nd B streets. i follows- Fow rrrnsrcfw nd the Wnt, ( hlospi Mml ted Bipresrsof Pnllrrmn Aetlhnlerarsat l a ft dallr; Fan Mne. 10 80 a m rtally to Ctitcao. Commbtis and st i,ouia with Bteepfiw Cars from IJart1bnrB to Indtanap olts, rfttsbtira: to Colombn-: AIMnni to Chtcano. St. lionl Cblcaaoandl'lnflnnatl Exptess, 3 SO p m dally rarlor Car Wah Irton to HarrlsbnTR, and Sleeping rar. Jlarrlabtn to St. Loot, Chloairo and I'ln crnnatl, and Dtnlna; Car narrtsbnre to st I mils, htcafro and Clnclnnal I WeatmTi Kx press, at T i p m dally, with sleeping cars WaShlnKtoti to Chtcasto and St. Ionia, ron rsectli! dally at Harrisbnr with thrth Sleepers for LonITllleand Jfemphls Pull man I'lnlnc car PlltsbnrK to Richmond and IhfeaKO raclflc Kxprea", woo pmdtilly, for Plttcbnrg and Ihe Weat. wlih throngh Sleeper to fittsbnrsand nttsbnre to uhl nA?,f?MORK AND POTOMAC tUtLHOAt). For Kaxe, Canandalrna, norhnter and NI agsra Falls dally, except Sonday. a 10 a ra For Kbi Canandalma and Rot heater dally; f c r DnrTalo and Macara dally, et-ept Su -nrday, TO 00 p m. with Sleeplne Car wash Inn ton to ltooheater. Fen wti.iAroi(T, Lock Haven and Elmlra, at 10 BO a m dally, etrept Monday For WiLtTAMProRT, datly. $ SO pm For rniLAbeLrmA. New York and tho Bast, T.,9C0, ll.to ard iMOa m, .10, Tt 4 30, 6.Q, lOOOand 1 1.(0 pm. On Snndar, 9 00, 11.40 am. 10. s is, 4 SO. 10 oo and II 30 p m Limited Kx press of rnllmnn Parlor (Jars, 9.40 a m dally, except Snnday. Fon New York only, Limited Kxpress With ill nine Car, 00 p m dally For PHiMnatrniA only. Fast KxpteasSlOa tn weekdays and 4pm dally. Express, Sunday only, B 40 p m. Fun ItosToit without change. 8 10 ra wjok riaysardS)5 pm orery day Fon BnooKtTK, N. Y., all through trains con nect at .lertey City with boata of nrooklyn Antic, affording direct transfer to Pnlton street. aroMlngdouble ferriage across New York City. Fon Atlahtio Ctrr, 11.40 a m week days, 1! M pm dally. ron rUtTIHonE. 0 36, 7.50. S.10, 9 00. 9 0, 10 00, 10., ii CO ami 11 40a u, 12.0S, 3 10. -1.lv 3 10, 4 00, 4.20, 4 30, S CO. 5 40, 6 00, 7 40, 10 00 and Il.SOpm. On Sunday 9.00. 9 OR, 10 V), 11 40 a m. a 10, 8.1., 3 10, 4.00, 4.30. 5.00, , B.OT, 7.40, 10.00and 1120 pro. For Tora's Cntcic Line, 7 90 a m and 4 30 ra dally, except Sunday, Fon AKAroLi, 7.S0 and 9.00 a ra, U.os and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a.m and 4. SO p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHKIIN HAtLWAY, In effect May llth, 1990. Fon AlTXAJtnntA, 4 30, 6 35. '-to, 8 40, 9 45, 10A7a m, lS.Ot noon, a. 05, 3 JO, 4.186, 4.53, 6.01, 8.03, 10 OR and 11.30 pm. On Sunday at 4 30, 7.45, B4S 10.57, am, 8.30, 0.01, 8.08 and 10.05 p.m. Act-ovMotiATtos for Quantlco, 7.45 a m and 4Apra week-daya. 7.45 a m Sunday. For IlKimoNti and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.50 p m week days. Trains leavo Alexandria for Washington,! 0. 7 16, 8 CO. 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 a ml 1 30. 3 00, .1 50, 5.10, 00B, 7.C5, 9.W. 10 37 and 1103 p m. On Sticday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m: 2.00, 3 10, 7.0ft, 7.89, SO nnd 10.37 Dm. Tickets and Information at tho offlco. northcaat corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho tatlon, wheroortlera can bo left for tho checking ot baggage to destination from hotels and roil- dencca, ciias. e. iron, J. K. WOOD. flcncral Manager. Ocnl. Pa-ss.Agont. Kaltiiuorc anil Ohiu Ilnilrond. Eehcdnle In effect Juno 90, ISM. Leave Wnhliirtton from station corner of Now Jersey avenue and U street. Fon Ciiicaho and Northwest, Vosttbulod Limited expreaa dally 11.00 a m, express 9 30 pm. For CixciMNATr, St. Lonla nnd Indianapolis express dally 3.M ni.il 11.30 pm. Foh PiTTSBi-ni and Cleveland, express dill 9 to n m and 8.40 p. m. Fnu I.i.xinhtch mm points In tho Shenandoah alloy, ll.'O am. For ciutik and way stations, t!.30 p m. Foh Li hat, t j jsq and 'SO p m, Fiiu IUiTlMonx, week days, 4 05, 5 00, fl.H, 7.SO. r.sois.co 45-mtnutea), 8.10, 9.30, (11.03, K.00 45-mlnutoa) a.m , 1M0.8.13 VIA) 45 mlnuleai, (S.1&. 4Vmlnnlea), S.as, 4.30, 4.10, AM Il.tO, 45-mlnutea) 5.30 0.00, 0 15, 0.20, 7 10, 7.9U, 8 , 9.50, 10 30 and 11.10 p. m. Miiu'uto, 4(5, 7.1W, 7.30, 8.30, 0.30 a ra. (U.C0, 45 mlnutea) 1.00, 3.13, (t50, 45 mln ute.)3 SS,4.J',-13V, (ISO, 45 minutes) 6.0u. 0.1ft, O.ai, 7.30, bAf, 0M, 11.90 p m. For Wat hTATiosa lietween Washington and Hfllilmoro. 5 CO, 8.36, s.30 am-, IJ.W, s.w, 4.M.Q.W. lljwpm. Sundays, 8.30 am., 1.00, 3M.4.W.6.W. HJOpm. TRAiha ieae Haltimohk for Washlngtin, week days, 3.C0, ., 0.30.7.15, 7.W. 8 00, 8 JO, S-J, 0.SO and 100, 10.33 ntn.; l.0O, 1 .!('. .10, S 3C, 50, 4 00, 4.15, 6.00, 6 10, 6.iU, 7.W, 7 M. 8M, S.S0, 9 10, 10.10, 10.30 nnd 1 1JW P m. eanuaya. 0 au. 7 ia, s ao. gu, .n, vj;v. is.as a m.. is; 00. 1 .os, s 10, st .10,4.13, 8.00, 6.so, 7.00, 7 30, 8 . 8.80. 10 10. IO.-J0 and 11.00 p m. Fob Ak.aiou,CS5 and 8.30 a ra., 14.10 and 4 8U p ra. bundays. 8 30 a m., i.Ji p m, Leae Annapolis, 6.19, 8.87 am., li.05, 3.W pm. Sundays, 8.30 am., 3.55pm. For MTAtioNf oa the llttropo'ltan Ilranch, ta.W.8.30 a ra.. II. IS p ra. For prieclpjl ttatlooa only, tio.40 a m tl.30 and t5.?J pm. Fur ltocKTiLLx and Way Stations, H 35 p m. For flAiTH(HBCiMi and lEtarmeJIato po'nta. t9.W,iiaeO, tllXOa m., tllO, M.O0, 5 3j t.4S, 110.00, tll-OOpm. FoHUutu'aaud luturmadlate stations, '7,00 pm Cia rch train leave WaahlftgtoB onSunda at l 15 p ai., ttopplBg at alt stations oa MelriH'Olltau Bmntli. For Pkkiiihhk. M.3B, 8.39. 930 tll.Mam., Sl.is, .!. tl.) n m. Fur llABBkarowN, tlO 40 a m, and tS.10 p m. TBAixAHHElrom Clilcaifo dally 11,43am aad 4 10 p m; from Cincinnati aadbt. Louis dal'y S.to a m and .06 p m; from Pittsburg T.IO a n. 5.50 p ra dally. KJSW YORK & PniLAOSLriUA DIVISION. 1'oa New ubk, Trooton, ewark, N. J . and KlitttMth, N. J , '106, WOO, 10JS0, 'UJOO a ra. .. 4.&0 and 10.30 m. Buffet Parlor Cam oa all day trains. Blooplng Car ou lb 16 JO p m, optu at '0 p in. FK I'hihu.lj-hi. 1 C&, t00. '10.00. U00 boob, 'IM, '4.S0, .1S aad W 30 p m. Fuk Newabk, l)l , WliiBlaatoa ami Choitar, IM, tt. am, MOO uoou, -'W, (, H 15 and '10 SO p m. Fob H.TKSMBUIATE ytustt batwesn Baltimore asd Mil'iwiaipbJa, t5.W and J7 3 a in UV, l.)pm. Thaiimi i save New York for WanhlBgton, W. tll.W am, ., 8 ). 5.00 p w aad 1 ISBlillit. TKAioauut PUUdaipbla fr Waahlsgtoa, l.l, aKli. 9.15. 'flJ a HI, H.40, 131, 6J5S r.aa'pui. Kw tkMfuai a'.M p .. Uh PuUbuu Buffet tdW Car nuiaiBC through tu Bo-itou wttkuut ekaa, via ItMBeepte BrUlgo, lattlkng tu ii asm am tu B. i M. staiiou at rk'atcB. Ftm AttAkTic Cirr, 4i and 10.00 id.I.'jM uuB, ffniailayn. 4 95 an, liOOu.km and WSS)pw. tExrpt ksatta. 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