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THE DAILY CRITIC, SATVUDAr EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1890.
Tim Daily Ortfic
vitx arjsoiAna.
T m Uontfnmmt All This V,
, Rtd this 1 tear throngti and he convinced
Ai e w Mh' Twenty three artli-le of f ami
Inre fo ft rnlli a room coninttrte All for
$ teah.ecsis1t1iofon carpet m,o
MMMrtfre emmftn with chairs, table
aiitfig RRttttata, rtitowt, contort, wne toilet
tet, Iwtt , tsro Mini race eirrtata. one
jjmjomweM nr poww All pnt op an i in
nMSR j!tMIiiBM for ocirparipy rnr the small
HI Of $ 19 cash
W H BorwnTow Co .
1918 10 F street aorthwe
lr NwrrowsBe urn! Lnss ot Vlgwr,
HMMemMS, malarial, exhaustion and
vHtrd rtavMts, Ring's Tonic win of cvo
w inn err TSrcnfsiwr pint bottle only
M lBMH Howe Prng store.
Knstrien's New full (Irrails.
Jofra ftvdden, the pioneer htstallnioTit mini
cent rally toca! at and Mt rrenh street
iMinwe. ha Inst returned from the oust
Mil Market with iin Immense snprdy or nil
KlMft of hrmsvheeplng gonds, carpets, store ,
fwl. etc Ton ran frn!h yonr honse f ron
ceils to garret, at this store, with cash
tice, on the Installment plan.
The Nnttoniil Snre Deposit Onmrrany,
Ctr. Ith St. ami N. V. A refine.
Storage for srirerwnre, Jewelry. Laees
fjag mmin and valnaMea of all kinds
OUnrveA moderate 9afe detsseK boxes for
teat at the vw y lowest rates.
-
PICKED UP A JEWEL.
SI ht Westabrook Was Negligent mt
Mhs MmiHeId U In Trouble.
Crto Wettnbrook, a resident of 4tS
TMttcenlh street, visited her ilrew
iswfccr on the same street, between
awl K, ytstetday afternoon, to be mem
hrl for a new jrown. She reraoreil
Irmn. the neck nf the drew she was
treating a altis.ble Kinerelil antt (lift
moot jewel, which she laid upon n
Mwflll marble top table In the room.
While she was In the room ltiull Mans
fteM, who lives at the corner of Thlr
tw sill awl I) street, came In.
She saw the pin upon the tthlc
w brre It bad been left by Its owner anil
lov k poeeeteiim of It. Cleo Wentn
Utixik went away from the dressmaker's
forgetting alt about the Jewel. She
went to the rooms of another modiste
where she was mensural for another
ilreM. It was here that she missed the pin
ami went beck to the place where she
first called but there was no pin to be
found.
The jewel was valued nt over $!M0,
ami Information of thu theft was at
iime reported at police headquarters.
Detective Home took hold of the case
and succeeded In recovetlns the prop
erly and arrested the Mansfield woman.
She denies that she stole the article,
but says she picked It up upon the
sltcct.
When Arraigned In lite Police Court
this morning the defendant acknowl
edged havlne bad poseslonnf the pin,
awl told the Judge that she had found
It on tho slops of Mrs. Cavaniugh's
diromiiklng establishment. Detective
Home stated that wbeu bo went to
11711 Mantlleld'a home she said alio
bd a pin before he asked her for ll
ncil gave It to bim. .Iinltfu Miller sild
Unit' whs no evidence of the pin tnv
li.ff Lecn stolen and dlsmlMed the c-tse.
Karartnc I.I c lit ()jrninllc.
Dr. K. I.. Tompkins lectured before a
large audience In the Y. M. C. A. gym
nlum ball last night upon the subject
oll'TheKvll KtTectsnf Excessive I'hysl
ad Jixerclse." Dr. Tompkins con
dininwl heavy gymnastic?, and cited a
number of caws of Injury from execs
hive exercUe that have come under hU
pirwrnai oWtrvatlun. He was gUd to
nitte the radical chanse In the muthodi
of InMmclloti In the Y. M. (J. A. gym-
nMlum, light csltl-Ih! being adootett
He strongly commended this deptrture
from former methods of gymnasium
iiiMrtutlon.
Mclit Hthool Upeat.
At the night Khool In the Thompson
llulkllBp. 1010 Twelfth street, one bun
dled ami llfiy-four pupils were enrolled
1M night. It was the first meeting of
the school for the H-ion, ami the most
of the time was occupied in the organl
3ittin of the cUtse. The if ichers arc
Mr. F. A. Springer, prlBcliMl. iln
Itaklwin, Mis Oolilen. 311m Korth and
Mr. Thwntim. the Utier teaeber of
fc4ewgrapby. The m-ImkiI will be held
rw MetMlay. Wtdsesday ami Friday
BlghU.
Fell frniu Ilia Hits,
A eab-ililver by the same of Taylor
J Sim ford tell from bU vehicle wiir the
vol Her of Seveaih am I) ureeU lost
rig lit and was fMlBfullv cut about the
htwl. SergtMMt Ityle found him lyUg
in lbs) strtet m had him romovetl to
I he Kmirgettey Uoiital where hU
wcuwld were dreaMnl. lie was after
ward Ukii to the Twelfth street ula
$1 o llulilinore ami Itrlnra vl.t
I'rnbsyltitiila Kullruail,
KstuiUoe ikkcls U Baltimore and n
tiua, tacluditMC lmUlou to Mtaouie Fair,
U1 be soiti (ielober "J7 at rale of ll. Jip
dl train wilt kve4tiili SUeut iiu4ioit t
V tS . m , on that date, ami, reliualiu,
lv HHiaor,riiloBS)UUoa,at tidal u.m.
Ibcee IkkeU 111 be jooj euin; only on
ctlsl tntia, but wiltlM raliU for return
I) kftiUl ot ituy regular ttate
t-'avortsu fraak lluws.
A MsaU but kuiBtuaiouj wtieHag of
t litd YtrgiaU Hr public wm kkl
laM iventeg at ik WiH&iiU Cleto'
iwaiy tm O kireet Rnitilau were
mwrieiomily voplid favocUg lb ea
JVy of Mr Kik Kium. Ttw &Mt
wttiett om UaipoftUlo reoted. show
if tkai rsiueed ratee would to gnated
te YltgteiMS wko detbed to u kouie
kv .
CltiWtlMU KiulMvar Vtthum.
fm Oitirict Cbdristiaa KwImvot
VlMasM hW wsUUg Uet lgi at
JMewMMiai LsOtvea Chuick. )
tisMJ eKis wete oHtdiKtod bf Use
Ktv. 8. H. Muny. The rvot 4a wd
tUtul to hi t Mottrfifcfag wdt
Uua. TV social topit of te evearff
va "TIs Wyet Me;ila," oa wUci
a!4faM w Mdt by a sunbH of
fwcttwg Unstr uul lib -ai uttlier, taw
kl O. K. Co will itll ccu!iiun Uketa
faneiiwae renuntog to ibuit kvuMt to rote.
aa Mw hue nn of otm lt tor the toua4
ifo, w futto.
fa M!itta i Uitto, tadUaa. ilUaaat unl
sAekwnc PvaJaul of tilkUgaaa4 8t.
lAsWt, UtWI VIM Ml MfiM MW J1 IfjSI
f.fcrtiiilii.s '6th 0 ilat, good lur rwtttn utt
TeteitUls UUtuim4 Hem York,
tiOVws be ul4 I mi mill.
w4MtikHltt, guud fw tMUUBIWtU
rtWVnVappsT4Tp -
T
ui atii la fesuwyivtfia, Udtbt Ut bo
I Ociaaw lata io .ili, valid kt taturu
ild
w-iU Koeesatirr 'ith-
v '-"" miea and
all iuTsNekc lmu. tiW and 1331 Feuu-
j Irani aveaue. aifi Iteput, K Jsa
vtiue aad C w&ruet.
9
A aatlaiiaft, cd tki llalCd' A Misistal t
sajat ss"Psnjsjpaiaapajh sipsr narjpfw ssaaasp"spsn Fiaa,TTBsw'Br
X. of L.. vm held bat weaitf M
ligsiaaaViMtf daiclaiOJl tBadti to yffigajrf law
Ifama Coay to pti-iuce WW
Ceaha' 4dage Hawa" at UjushhHm
littik iUW about November M.
Adric a
V 1 vul't
&a Mr
taal
a aaia. cure vtad coelc aai 1 if
MawU tw AiatsheUa, XctMlt.
CARIM FMt Til UTTU 9N1S.
Th New lTm of te (fermAn
tlrphittt Aeylnm in M IxntlenhMl.
Th new nome of the Oertnnn
Orphan Asylum located upon Ootid
Hope Hill, abrmt three qnntlen of a
mfle ernrt of Anseotttn, will be dedi
cated with appropriate ceremcutes At
3 o'clock to morrow after-norm. Armsw
the Oerman tocrerte that will rxifW
pate are the Washington Sfpngerbuml.
GrermMiiA Mwnnercholr And tne ArKm
Ounrtctte Clnb The InmramenM
mnafc will be furnished by Doneh'i
orehtttr. The board of dlrectofi of
the Get man Orphan Asylum of Ikltl
more will be present, ami will be met
at the depot by Messrs. A Eberly,
Charles GrafT. " John I, Vogt ami
George ttreltrmrth.
'I he txercfaeti will consist of the ta
cat It n of the old home by the orphans
who will march to the new home
hearted by Donch's baml, followed by
the Ladles' AM and Indies' Sewlnic Sj
elefy. ihe superintendent and the ma
tron Mefore entering the new build
injt the keys will be presented by the
chairman of the building committor,
Or orir- .1 isenffeTle, to the president
and then to the superintendent. Mi
Charles Obermeyer
Ins We the new home the exercises
will begin with an orchestral overture
followed by an address of welcome by
President Jacob Jose. There will be a
jicellc prologue by Frank Cloudy,
presentation of American and German
flsgs, the band playing the "Stir
Spangled Dannrr." and which will be
sung by the German singing societies
ami the audience Mr. Simon AVolf
will deliver an oration In Kngllsh, ami
Professor Hugo lluerschner, nrlnclpal
oT the German Amcrlcsn Academy, An
oration In German. The programme
will conclude with "Home, Sweet
Home," ami an Inspection of the build
ing. LBMON ELIXIR.
Its Wnmlerfiil Hflrrt on tbe f.lrer,
Ntomnch, Ilonuls, Kltlnosnntl lllooil.
Dr. Moiievs l.emon uilttr Is a pleasant
Irmon drink that positively cures all
Htllousneoe, Constipation, frhllgestton,
Ileadnebe, MalarU, Kidney Disease, Ulz
Jlnceo, Colds, Ixxs of Appetite, Fevers,
Chills, Illotclies, Pimples, Vain In Hack,
Palpitation of Heart, and all other diseases
caused by dlordcred liver, stomach and
kidneys, lite first great cause of alt fatal
illnesses. Kitty rents and one dollar per
bottle. Sold hr druggists. Prepared only
by ll. Moilcy, M. 1., Atlanta, Oa.
l.emon Hot Drops.
For coughs ami colds, take Lemon Hot
Drops.
For sore throat ami bronchitis, take
Lemon Hot Drops.
For pneumonia ami larjngetU, take
Lemon Hot Drops.
Forcorvsuniptlou ami eatarrb, take Lemon
Hot Droits.
For all throat and lung diseases, take
Lemon Hot Drops.
An elegant ami reliable preparation.
Sold bv driiKelets. Ml cents per bottle.
l'reared hy II. .Motley, M. 1)., Atlanta. (la.
rts,v for Colonel r.oe.
'I In' ii mains of lirevct LUulemmt
Colnm.1 Samuel P. Lee, U. S. A., who
died lait Monday at Vincent Iluven
vtru Lulled jestcrday at Arlington
T hi pall bearers were General Cird
Mejni Tiirnbull. Captain P. K Clmpln.
LiciiieDai.t U G Carter, F. W. Poor
and Dr. J. M. Flint.
CtiturrU Unroil.
A cltrumin, after years ot u(trlii
from tlwtTontlntMne dteease, Catarrh, and
vainly trjlng every known remedy, at last
found a prescription vrhleh completely
cured and aaveil lilin from dentb. Any suf
ferer from this dreadful ilUeasti aemllng
a lf-adrveil ttamped envelope to Pro
fessor J. A. I.swreueti, 89 Warren street.
New York, will receive the recipe free of
charge.
Culllo Market.
Ote Luiidretl and tl Irti-foiir cattle, all
sold. Der, 3ff.il. giHxl, 3(u:i). mllmii.
!M(ua. common, 'Jia'JJ. Four hundretl and
eight) elvlit sheep and Iambs I.amlM, .Vtil,
sheep. Mat; calves, Vvt. Elgbteeu cjws
acd calves, iaWi f!5 Market good.
GOLD MEDAL, FARI3, 1878.
AV. BAICKR & CO.'S
Breakfast Cocoa
It absolutely imrtt unl
It I soluble.
No Chemicals
are twl in iti peep rtt ton. It bM
i. ut imUmIwiUi M4n.li, nvtutt
r bugar, u4 U tbrIW fa man
t.otiWkU Ut0 Ud 4 cnf
.! t 1 liriisTlWII, aVMUUhisU,
fi4 tvatoifstaajr 44esl W savsvUtld
hold by flrmrr eryw lier
W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester. Ma.
FOR
CLOTHING, fUlllllSff IH6S
AWD
HATS.
(jOTOTHE
Swthtisi Ckwc if Mi aid E
Warn vrre4f m
aasvaJa lotuer la wai
'. It 1 the greataet
Pit ICES TO aVI t SVKaYBOOr.
We ess imw job lor im eoaslag aju tae
atcatetit llaa of IT so Ownrla Hmu nt
shows la the UMrWt, aad out SUt Hum aoit
U trttual to HLf S15 suit ua Tt street.
We aUo have aa elcuuit liae of Have' SulU,
U to U rean. float H to $9
c biUraa'e astlu, M to a
la H.a' Faatawtfu are the leadei, as
wa a.aaafacluw everr duuar's worth oax
aiw.aiui laawbre caa aave you ttf
eaat oa wary dollar to veetsw . , We aave tWt
beat to paataloAae la t'ae vMfUUatristlr all
awul and jnaranlaeit aever u lia, aad our
W W, H awl U0 juU sh
aaesiaM
Batusv wi awaiioa a law Bfteae ol ur "V
aaaT FututUa (Jmc4:
DuuJi.ktjUj.o:d vatywaaea faVi-M.at
WSM.
Miller' ktrla. K 9. at l as,
YoatUkuV Iatat etiie, 14, mSLV
Ask t-r oar spadai 91 OmOJ.
yiasieaiina ucfaKTiuarr.
Ean.stla lu laVea's Uudarweai ta all u.aaU
tkk ft ui itc up. a autal una Fait Item
kCrt. m "m uu. friu Katbruidafad SusjtaaT
ei. -J a'. tV liUsiuuttjlilosUaW'kBiaai
at if. 45 Mtd ate
u-u jo gt r Ur to iHuoaaae any ui taa
above t-rtklit give m a csJl.
VI It A AH li K. S. H'.
H. PRIEDLANDER,
Vor laifirot ivl and 1 .oqosa; Cooiimj L at
Lieblg COMPANY'S
EXTRACT OF BEgF
tor auf Tj. aouua. atado Uaaaa. sMucae
vuore Hsb. Ac I. 4Hc ' Meat 4tUy. Huto
U wi Usata ui tlaw. aad b eteapet aad ol
aaf avur thas ag mUisw stvctV
4iMeMaftifatf Maay Haall 3 taMI liAa)IMfeR'av
Ooa buiuul uf Xatravt ut Seal Mital W
twt yoiuiJi d kiui Mat.
P
yjjja
One Dollar to Baltimore and Return
-3m-
Pennsylvania Railroad,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1 690,
Kienrskw tickets will be sold to the public a $1 forronnd trip. IfieTmlrfta; ad
lilon to the Maontc Fair Special train will leave Baltimore and Potomae Sta
lk n. Sixth anil Btreels, at 9 5a rr peolai train, retnrnln. will leave Baltimore,
t nlon Station 11 p " Ticsets valid for the day only ani nood Kolnjonlyon
special train Oood for return on Dt Hi or any regular train tt
fe5sCN:em&xv JJSgSIS
WAim mm
DUUTUEItS.
S8 HOO VER
TO
1217 Pennsylvania Avenue,
FOR
f3 That Fit!
t t That Wear!
Tliat are Stylish!
That are Comfortable!
That are Sold at the
Lowest Prices!
o
s
-KND-
Jewelry
on Easy Weekly
Br Monthly Payments,
Wasbiagten pee?! are not ilowla taklw
adiantacaoftlHj speetal 11AHOAINS offered
b) tbe CHEDIT J -WtLItVHuUe'K of
ty&w-&
515 Sttenih Street Nailhwcst.
Latt weak we oaeted vrataa OUEAfBR
oa CHEDIT tbaa aaaW ka Wu4tt etoewaare
lor caeh aad asaar jauetaters aaaarad sreat
rUBQAlNH.
TkMfkwearaiiliall K.ieUDdOLB,
HKAVY CASH) Wataaa), HOOKPOKD
WOVilET, wariaaiad tor Ave jh.Ux
S3.
Mtt btr LA3IBS aOUO GOLD UK
H EAVTCASMD WtUkw tor Sat. TaaM are
not commoM, thin mian. Tber auiat tie ux
aa tacd to be fatly apafsiatslad.
We have Ladtae' Gobi Waleka fur tllup
td. Ladlss' Ulvar Wateaae for f 7 upward.
k&T alto a full Urns of AUad eaw la
Ceai'aaMa'a Wnluhe aad aia kUia Uww
Iruci SMapxanl.
GtatltrNMra'e gltntilimi U dlMeted to Uw
iMiaaiaa oaTerad taa ia our lauad IM
iarta:at Youeaa bar Leautlfai DUauud
Maa at ia.$tl. 34l,$M.Sav, Mior ae tiara
a yuu wbh to tH Tkate f judu aw WOarm
tllLY rlMY PEK CEtiT. 3UKIC Uaa wu
are 4klag for laim
Uok at taaee Saeaial IfartalM la lUSfti.
tt a offer DIAHOtfB ill KG tor ST. tit, f l.
He. IM, W. tat aad apward If YOU are
IHIMtiXG of BUYING abiaitwttl fXX
nVlolXAVUISkittijOOm, COalfiaMJ
1KUUI aad PMUHk wua lueaa told abw
wtara aad wa wiU eoartbue jou that you caa
iA X UONSY bf UaULIlK wtU as. We
mirr ta etoik a fall Uae of kUvaewaM aad
ib adacellaaiioiii ood tuuaUr toaad la
Jtsvalrr atoma.
itaaaubaar. tlbesa t"jAt are yr fi aa 4frY
a SI KlY urMOkTHUY fAYUUTK, aad a
eterr atUela la daUxatad to taa mimamar oa
taariBtT VAMMMT iw aave taa aaaol
tba Mataa whtla rou an FaTIe tor taaw.
Cali aad aa m waaaaa yoa want W taw or
o. Kb treaiaaa W akaw aouda. We waat
Htl -najaaallad walfc War aawtol Credit
ajataaa.
Upstairs.
TO THI LAOIg?s
4 foakbttMiB uf the taut
AT li'llUI UilJt a KB
VUl ta .( tor Iw Oafs, wnwiai lag
OtTfUliUUlU.
Io " wSLaiaatS" MBlll"Wfll
tt iBtladai VH tat aaaat taatMBaMa iaa
aoftael flJiawaTH aaf ii wtart eaa rcailj te
f3aTKalwta aTTasfttofjl
ai cam oaifia
" tafiagi trra ooatar.
tAtaet (ipualleV 8. PawalOsace.
Diamonds,
watches
ShAuaA
V
yi.om
m m " i
minm
JBW -
& SNYDER
PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.
11B8T OX ACCJUNT OP
PURITf. AGE MO STRENGTH.
Isfcrlully (lotil for I'niiilly Uo.
Ilriiclli'lnl fnr IVcali mill llcblllt'JtcxI
l'ursous.
R.S. WIDDICOMBE
Jliiiiiigrr M'uklilncloii llrunrli,
703-05 lloilh Capitol Street
Telephone 273.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms,
pAMBELL CARR1NGTON,
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW,
Mt 0 etreetaurtBwett,
W&tblajftoa. D. C.
WeUter Law Halldlaj.
KaeUaaca, 111 Q atreet aertUvrast.
"V
700DBUKY WHBELKK,
ATTOKKXY-AT-L.W.
Ml aad Jet II t.. eaaaaear Ualidlae, sear
I oaieUaa are., Waeaiiigtoa, 0. C
FraeUea la tbe Courts of tbe Dktrtet and at
Prlaee George' County, MU. favT-tf
CJ P. 1'HILI.ITS. J. G. ZA0H8Y
Q. r. P. McSENNKY.
PUILLIPrf, ZACHKY 4 UcKBNHKY,
Attoraef at Law,
faT-t Saa BuUdlo. Y at.
jiothlh ain arHiKUJifT.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
tt TEKTH STBEBT N. W.
Keet aad faraat Liqaow la tbe otay. !
partod Objar.
J Ail 86 H.arELLO, PfOtwtetoJ.
f IWE SHUTT,
WASHliiGTsH, B. 0.
Amy ad Navy Headastartees,
Vlaarlaaji Hm Baai.
T8OaS-t aad J4 Far Bar.
niaut asMtwmtm,
iteaar Mat aad I ate a. w..
M. M. UdKS,
Wl'wwi,.s
O-6.aTAJla.
Lata of Taoaaaad 14 Urmaa,
s
4AM-HtfTitL.
BUBAPIAM fiJM,
aiXTK SmUUT AHO lA. AYE.
L. WOOitWTKY. Proarlat
aUU
aiB,X0"aEa-e-
Aad mWi WWaiateie aeaHtal
WE W QALT & Ca
firi
mA
tr.'S&rji
Mm
I CERES Wf
to is the Greatest Statesman?
J. Bs BROWN.
wnt
) ts ln( ftGMmmMri9l rtrtrt In
tattty isnfS llMA OSfrftfM Vt)t ilhl.
WHAT HAS HE DONBt
H1mb rwvd tUi btwlrniw rntn cf
iltlIWrltJf OolumWa that pro
tsnKm for rewmi only is what
lhy nxl.
HOW CAN TUFT OI5T PnOTHO.
TION?
Hy joining (he
Merchants' Mulua
Protective Union.
WHEHB 1)0 TIIISY QlfT TUB
KltVfiNUBT
From debts due them.
The object of the MKnCIIANTS
MUTUAL I'ROTKOTIVK UNION la
to protect ita members ngalnst that class
of persons who do not pay their just
debts In the following manner:
1st. Uy emlenvortnjr, to obtain for Its
members debts over-due.
3d. liy furnishing Its members with
the nanus of this class in order that
cridil mny bo refused.
To Accojiri.isa Thhse Hnds:
1st. The manager has an ofllctent anil
icliablc corps of collectors who will uso
every nvallablo means to obtain moneys
due the membcts.
2d. To obtain from mcrohants In
oi.Nbiur, names of persons who have
fulled to meet their just obligations anil
runupii list of names thus obtained
and distribute to tho members monthly.
Tills Association Is entirely local anil
embraces all branches of business of the
Dlslilct of Columbia.
Offices 105 11th at. n. w. and noom t3
Central National Honk UullJinir.
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Second hand riano at All Trleee.
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fa M S hep aril
Announce the Pub'ication ol
a Library io be Called
GOOD
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.
This series will be issued
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consist or choice works by
some ol the "best American
ard Foreign Authors, upon
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fat. Me. Wll Be Csiflelg Ifl
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trand's Heusehcld.
Bf AXAVSA V. BftBatAg.
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LEE & SHEPARD,
PUSLISHgR
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SPECIKL OFFER
jITTHB
ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
In Order to Introduce
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BOYS
ill
To tie 1'ntillcof "Washington and Vlrlnliy, We Will Give You the
O-pnrlupiiy of nuylngyour FALL CLOTIIINQ at
ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES.
1 he l'oliovtng Lots are Iteatly for Your Bxomtrmtlon:
T.trT I Men's Salts In fads and t Midway, neat aeddreser, at &M. Other
I (rTt Veri's All-Tiool Poltr, Sacks and CnlawaTS, fer dreea or bwelnesf , $9.
lher itrFI-flanilrorre Dress Fnlts, In Pack and Cutaway. In Meek Chertots.Wow
teds ami Cas'lmere at Sl 80. .lletnlar retail price, S.
LCrT4-PlBe rrlnee Albert Suite, In Corkscrew or Tjtanonh,at$t. SoM
LOTS Men's Orercoats, In Kerseys and Meltons, at $.. Bold every where
IOTC-Nobby Mellon Orercoats. In 00 different shades, with or without silk
faC,Bf,-Tooboice" tyles of Light weht Ojjwoats, In On ertrt,Me.
ton, Kersey ami Whipcord, at 8t. SoM ererywhw at . .,..,.
LOT 8-10,io pairs of Men's ranis, ht $1, it.89. Jl, $W", 83, 8I.W, $.!
and $7. Barb pair worth 10 per cent, more money
Doys' and Children's Suits and rants In endless rartcty.
The Above Offer Holds Good for Two Weeks ami Is Olren Io introdnce
Onr Fanoas Make of Clothing.
New
York One-Price Clothing House,
31 1 Seventh
MAKUFACTOIUKS 212, 214 and 210
N. Y.; C2, Gi and CO Pearl
fWo closo at 7 p. m.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.
i
MCEL ROY'S
KRT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Hotice,
Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, holographs zrri All Pictures
Stock Ixcepl Allotypes at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Ppccial attention paid to Framlne, Reei'dlnc, MotIm aad Boilnic riotnrca and Mirrors.
James B. Liambie,
HKRDMKRE
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, B. C.
GAS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $
HAKE TEA OE COFFER
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the coolctng Js done you can extinguish the fire,
FOR SALS
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest
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Our Celebrated Make ot
CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING
St. N. W.
West Washington Street. Syracuie,
Street, Uuilalo, N. .
Saturdays, 11 p. m.
1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50.
IN 10 03 13 MIH0TE3.
BY TUB
-T-
nAir.miAiis.
Tho Great Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Trek. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Bqnlptnent.
In effect May llth. 1800.
Trarw leare WaKhtncton, trom station, ow
ner ol Sixth and B street. a follows:
Ten rrrrmrmo and the West. Chloaifo Mm!
ted Knprcwof Pnlltnan etlbnle Cars at
f0 80 a m dally; Fat Line, 10 SO a m dally to
Chicago, Uolnmbns and St. Lonls, with
Slefftte Car from narrlsbmirto lndlanap
olti, Plttsrmrff to Colnmbns; Altooni to
Chloflfo. ft. Lonls Chicago and Ctndnnatt
Exriresa, 8 SO p m dally rarlor Car Wash
Irpon ro narrlsbnrn, and simple can
narrlshnrpr to St Lonls, chlcairo and Cin
cinnati, and Dlnlnc Car narrlstmrx to St
Lonls, rhleairo and Cincinnati Western Kx
nress, at 7 v p ra dally, with Sleeping Cars
Washinaton to Chlcairo and St Lonls, con
necting dally at llarrlsbnrr with thronah
Sleepers for Lonisrllleand Memphis Pull
man Dlnlre car nttKhnnr to Richmond and
IMcaeo. raclflc Kxpress, 1000 p racially,
for Plttahnri; and rhe West, with thronzh
Sleeper to nusbnrcand nttsbnr to Chl-
BALflMORB AND POTOMAC nlLROAD.
Fon Kank, Canandalana, Rochester and Nl
anara Fulls dally, except Sunday, fl 10 a m.
Fon Km Canandalvna and Rochester dally;
(( r ntiffnlo ami Nlacara dally, except Sat
urday, 10 00 p m, with sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiLLiAtroT, Loe Haven and Blmlra,
at 10 Ml a m dally, except Snnday.
Fon WiLUAsmrr, da'lr. 3 ) pm,
Fon rmuiBr.riiA, NewTork and the Bast,
7. SO. 00, ll (0 and II 40 a m, 2.1, S is, 40,
B.40. 10 00 and 11 so p m. on Snnday, 9.00,
lt.40a TB,tO,3is, 4 so, 10 oo ami ll aopm.
Limited Kxpress of rnllman rarlor liars,
JWait dally, except Snnday.
For Nrw York only. Limited Express with
inning Car, S oo p m dally
For rniuniH.rntA only, Fast Fxpraes 8 10 a
m week days and 4pm dally. Exnresf,
Snnday only, S 40 p m
Fen Dostoh without nhance. 8.10 a m week
days ard 8 15pm every day
For Brookltn, N. Y., all through trains eon
nect at Jersey City wllh boats of Ilrooklyn
Annex. alTordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street, aroldlngdouble ferriage aeross New
York City. . .
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m weok-days, 11.30
pm dally.
Fon nALTiMons. 0 W, 7.S0, 8.10, 9 00. 0.40. 10.00,
10.CO, II POand 11 40a n, 12.06. 3 10, 3 15,3.30,
4 OP, 4.20, 4 30, 5 00 5 40, B 00, 7 40, 10.00 and
ll.Wpra. On Snnday 9.00. 9 0S, 10. V), 11.40
a m. 2 10, 3.15. 3., 4 00, 4 20. 5.00, 3.49, 0.00,
7.40. 10 00 and 11 sop m.
For Porx's Crxxk Like, 7 SO a m and 4.34 p m
dally, except Sunday.
For AnxAroMS, 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 17.05 and
4.W p ra dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
9.00 a.m and 4.80 p m.
WASniNGTON BOUTtlHIUf RAtLWAY.
In effect May 11th, 1890.
For ALrxAKnnlA, 4 30, 0 35, 745, 8 40, 9.13,
10,S7a m. I 01 noon, 9.05, 3 30, 4.96, 4.53,0.01,
8.0X, 10 05 and 11.39 p m. On Snnday at 4 JO,
7.45. 0 45 10.57, a m, 2.30, 6.01, 8.W and 10.05
p.m.
Accommodatipv for Quantlco, 7.15 a mand
45 pm weok-ilBys. 7 45 am Sundays.
For 11k imo.sn and the South, 4 30 and 10.37 a
m dally. Accommodation 1.53 p m week
days.
Trains teavo Alexandria for Washington,!! 0s,
7 C5, 8 ro. 9.10, 10.15. 11 07 a ml 1.30. 3 00, 3 M,
5.10, 003. 7.C5, 9.S0. 10 37 and 11 03 p m.
On Sunday at 9 10 and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 3 10.
7.05, 7.S9, 9.W and 10.37 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho office.
northeast comer of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania arcnuo, and at tho station,
wlicro orders can bo left for the cheeking of
MggagQtodoslinatlonlrom hotels and roil-
denies.
ciiah. k. ruoir, J. H. WOOD.
(Jcncrnl Manager. Genl.Pas1Agont.
Itnlliuiore anil Ohio Railroad.
bcbcdulo In effect June 20, 1900.
Leave Washington from station corner ot
New Jcncr avenue and O street.
Fon Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Yostllmtod
Limited expreea dally 11.30 a to, express
9opm.
Fon I incinnati, St. IaiuIs ami Indianapolis
cxtriH daily 3.50 atd 11.30 pm.
Foit rirrsBi'itu and Cleveland, express dill
90 a m and 8.40 p. m.
Ftiu iJtxtNsroN umi points In thoSlienaodoah
Yallcy, ItOam.
For N iNtiiMTiR bnd way stations, 1 5.5) p m.
For I vnAT, 13.30 and S.lu p m.
Fon IIaltimohe, week days, 4 05, 5 00, 0,V1,
7J0 7JW.8.CO 45-mlllUtes), 8.30, 9 30, (ll.W,
it 90 45-mlnntesi a. m , 1.10. 4.15 (ija iv
mlnules). (3.15, 45-ralnutes), 3.M, 4 ), 4..V,
4M M.tP, sa-mtniites) 5.30 COO, 6.13, 0.30,
7 10. 7.S0, 8 , 9 to. 10 30 and 11.30 p, m.
(nra'ays. 4(5, ;., 7.S0, 8.30, 930 a m.
(WW, 43 minutes) 100, 2.13,01.50, 45-mln
ute.)3., 4.', 4 i, (1.50, 4-f mlautM) .U;.
MB, ., 7 JO, S 3a. 10.3 11 JO p m.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington ami
llaltlmore. 3(0, 6.3S, 8.30 a m., U.10,3.,
4k,cju. HJOpm. Sundays, UJOam., iff),
3 c, 4.X, ., 11.30 pm.
Trains uave IIaltixore for Washington,
week dys, 5.(0, ., 8.J0, 7.13, 7.J0. 8.00,
SM, 838, 9.30 and 1UJ0, lOJSam.t U.00,
19.10. X 10. if St, S 50. 1 00, 4.13, 5.00. 0 0D.8.J),
7.00, 7.10, 8 JO, 8.30, 9 U) 10.10, 10 JO and 11. OO
p in. Suiidars. 0 30, 7 15, 8 SO, 8JS, 9. V. 10.00,
l.6am..WU0. I.0S.2 10, a 30, 1.13, 6.60, 6.J0,
7.00,7 30, 8 , tOO, 1010. 10.3) and 11.00 pm.
FoHANKAioun.tas and 8.30 a in., U.lOand
4 30 p m, ttundays. 8 30 a m., i.3.' p m.
Lea e Annapolis. 6.35, 8 37 a m., 1V.0S, 3
p in. Sundays, 8 30 a m., 3.53 p m.
Fuh H-athins oa tbe Metropontan Branch.
MUe.tdSO a m..il 15 p ra. For prltclnsl
slattoM only, 1 10.40 u m, 11.30 aad tJJ50
pm.
Fur Rocktilli and Way Stations. 1 35, p ra.
Fob Oaithbmuk and iuWnwdlate points.
19.90, 110 SO, tlUOu m., tl.W, t4.00, 3U
t.IJ, jlOOO, til f pin.
PoKUoiu'aud laturiiwJUIe stitkmi, :.00
pta.
Church train leavM Washington oa Saada
at 1 li p m., stopplug at all statloiu oa
MelropiMltaa Brsttoh
Fsr Fbkpzhick. ta.30, J8.30, J9.30 tll.30 a re.,
il.U, t.w. tl.swpm.
Fim lUeHmowM, tlO 40 a ra. and 13.30 p m.
Tbaiks arrive Irora Chicago dally 11.13 am
and 4 W p ra; from ciBolBuatl aad St. Louis
dally .Mta and 05 p ra; from I'ltUburg
7.H a ra, 4.60 p m dally.
NSW YORK A I'fllLADRLPniA DIVISION.
For New out. Treutoa. Newark, M. J., aad
lillsabelk. N. J , I06, t0u, 'W-OU, 'UU)
aa. iM, 150 and 'lOSO p ra, IluSnt
Parlor l r oa all day trains, bleeping Our
oa the 30 p ra, opru at 9X0 p ra.
For Philamu-hia. M OS, t8 00. '10.00. 'liCO
Roua, 1.W, 't.ao. .U aad 10.80 p ra.
For Jiiwauk, Dvl , tintugtoa and OtMtr,
lit, Wia, 1.0 uooa, 2 50, "IJO,
MaRdM3Spra.
For iktEtuiRiUATK rotiits btwea Iktltlmw e
aad PbiadtdiiUa, IS 00 aud 7 30 a m. tK.Vi,
IJMpra.
Truh lkavx Vw York for Waklgtoa,
Hm tll.au a ra, 98, ), ".M p m aud
lKttBicld.
Tkaimlkavk Fhlladalplilft for Wablajtoa,
1J4, .is, 411, 1L a u, U , ll,
sjt n.axpai.
9a Skm7ua'M p ui, Willi PhHrsar Bullet
c4vpt3 Car rtuudnir through to Homtoa
wltkiMU , vl Poiuaktuli RrUgo,
la ad tag assanrs la U. i M. kUlkut at
tksuZi
WAR ATLXMim CTY, IM ftSd KM 3. Bl. UM
swmm, Saadar. 4 W aw, U 09 aooa and
-Hiectit fcaaday. sftally IHuaiUy oa!y.
14aiuaUidforRd chat tea frumhd
Uft mi rldaMH br Fiibia Trcr Co ua
crdars lft at tfettt oOom, 19 aad 1351 Fa.
j. tTodjiIX chas o sccll.
8aa. Jiaaager. Uaa. Fu. A't
JOHNP.AGNEW&CO
Whalatala aad Retail Baalttm la
hbnek ui Cewge's M Mt
umcif: 14U Fa (via. (Uxcoraa Rail.llag).
YAktO. (ox. U at. aad IM. aro-
TKUtFllOsiS: Oatoa, 514; Yard. 97.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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