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tn tfe twantwaM ah Hrt. vrewti.
VreSd th) ; ch ttanath Mrfhrntl K-edl
"SteMenT fWlftt three arTine of faro
to fj,rJh pom fimpWo ti r.nt
,en coastaTn or one i-arevf.
' it . M. t h -hdr, tnW .
- naattjjn, fdito, oorwt. 4 rmt
rasdwMwo pairs lace mtreWs. n
-irrieies.tnTiseBoWMi Alton' nnant m
nDfive rir orenr
- " ' . -...;.- u
h sajafl
f4S.4iceh
W H Horwml Jt v
Fi
street soerhstest.
ftaeMetr Sew
F 4,1 IWWH
ftttdden. the mooter IimMIIiMmM mm.
. ytaeWet' MSOatiriMeUhtfvet
CTJ
sci n iris Imtnemit mihM at til
f Ih n keeMnt en.. ouPmts ,-.
to. t.m on rtwWi four house rfii
to mrfet, at tnts stora, wwi eah
, on the lastatiateet pi.
umi m m WT5.
At Ml U iittlrt ttefAem BMH,I
IM
Dm time umt mr.
tfbe nnnat frt of PresWent A. J.
jFfiir.f the board of trustee f the
Btntttet Hefotm fVhmtl bit bee mb.
vrtttctt to Attorney Geie.l Miller. Tl
tebtitri, wgaMmt twenty three wn
Mn, bid received n to Octi.Jn-r no last
109 btrjr. Ittirloc the flcal year ho.
tloetris .Tuly 1. 19W, there were 809
OJJJi la the srtinol The average nee
W the boys was 13 year ami a month
Tt aombt-r of hoys discharge,! ilnrimc
We jeaf was t. Iy change n sentence
of fconrt, 4. Two were absent without
wave. The estimate for rmriprtntlins
fot the prevent flcl year for stlirles,
mppnrt of Ititniiteg, etc . aegreg ties
951,103. The superintendent pwitl neer
to the Uessurrr tlnrlna; the last fiscal
Tent f3.817.18 derived from the In
duettles nf the school. During the
exittcnee of the chml only nlee (Vulhi
ht occurred. AH the bors iUlmrftl
ntt hi wptx Hnd rfolng well.
The report !( pj)rottrlutltmi for tho
eMabltohnieiit of ntner mliMlrlee rnl
fOf were mom t the whnol. The
MCPttltJ' of leiiifUttnri (tlTlnc tliH
tnteieev powir to rteull a dtsclmrgeil
bey timing liU mlnoclly I uleo uretl.
BIG "INJUNS."
3lbmt) mil' ItHtiilfil Wnrtlnm In the
t'll,
Du&hIo Hill- tmntl of tmUleretlmen
t tit til In Ihle city jrwienlny under the
rharjii of 3Injor llutke and are nov
i,urtertd nt the Ilcitel llHnorer. They
te tithed In the cottumve of their mi
tlrt wlld and spMr to be n the ln-et
tf liiRlth nod lit. Thww are the
ludleu who h beti int ruining the
litWllty nml roynliy nf Ktitope Mp jrt
tf Culonel Cwly" Wild Weet ho',
i.rt about whom nuroerou MorhM of
Cttul treatment iau vu clrculaled.
'Jilt Hf)lk te iknlt-d liy th iimiwiier
td by the InrtUn ')i(iniM-lvt , who My
thai thry hud hod tU nty of irooti fo hI
to iti, cxrcllrnt qimrit-n and wt-re n'tftl
t'eatd by thtr emloynt They iri-
n lbr wy lo Hm Slmix Itittre .
t r t nne Kldee. Dthota. Iml l fore
Jeavu
1 1 Ikii tl'y hIII Me the clRhid ami
iWhkm IUnlron at the Whltu
tt
IV UK
.UfnW Ml Ihn l.lltln lUiiUm,"
I) .0B, tLe tbatni'ion Imntam-welnht
at KtrwuTt Tleatrt. walhd In vain Ut
nlgbt for another victim, and was com
pelkd lo aire a friendly exlilhlilou with
Jack "Wtrilamn of I-oednn. Hut to
slfbt be U urd another opftonunltr.
M there It mi proUMIUy of Allwrl
Uytnn, ho wtigh 13.1 poumU, fitting
lo put to an appearanoe. Dywm to c
bi)ukdced U be a pretty plimky Ilt'le
Jllblrr. ami be a boat of admin r.
who fetl cofathk'nt that be will knock
the champion bantam wjgkl mt. If
lUitti orvire. be will meet Morrli lo
laoirow night. Rlrlnf twBtvthrec
pcufida.
'vcllv4 hy Twit Vle.
The wtmUrw of Wealey Chel
VOi4 unfavorably laat evvolee o the
ptOfMitloe. "Shall n oaten beehjibleaa
W riekgntei l ibe Kleetoral and Oen
tral Conference it (be Metboduu KpU
oppa) Church. ' The potU wero open
ftow J p. m. to U itO p mi . and the vote
itcod thirty eight for and forty agalnat
the admiwlon. Her VkuU V. HhW
1, Charles W. Ilueuely awl Charles
1 Kiachaer were the Mipervfeore of
Htctlcn.
A Vucraut brut Uuhh,
Ottcer Dean bad Alice Ail before
Jade MUlw tbk morning, ebar!
-wiib beiajr a vagrant. Alice nude a
vbjpann pi tor Itbetty, but Judge
Miter concluded that b wae not us
tfetes la any aymnuby. He made (he
e M or ninety aaye As the woman
wae unable to pay the Use. toe went lo
the fatM. Iler hkmka will nuke an
tffbit to have btrieleniwl.
Mev Mr Myller Uhcbi,
lUv. John JinelUtr baa reeignul but
pikltion pattur of the CuneonUn
Li-titin Cfcureh to take effect Janu
iaJ I. It fo underttood that the fml
kitten veaen atccuat of a dltterenoe
6f oainion between the pastor and wem-
I tw ichutve to eeruia nana of the eun
MMtHirn of the church, but iir Muailwr
that nfct action .ae eatiiety volun
bMJ. Mula a Vlli.
Yeatetday aftenooa a nun went bate
tk ttote of J. II. BtawhaJI, Ka mi
nuUnib etotet, and ronnwentad tint
bf ft aenb-t in guid anal aitear want.
atfilPHeit ike ptoathftw of Mkeaaene
II caiitkin. and w allowed to tank
HfnMf theuuk. Shjoniy aftarwaeri
iiwanj avw atcn wm mm i
er n enfnpnpangnn wnnp' nMnUVbeKAy
UtMMtM I TtMNHTM.
4lwWtlinMgo tn wife of Cu-
PFiBPnnngf Pm fnT BonavnlnnnV pnnnp -hn pnnnnlp w4PW
'hflnwgBnnn) niVpnpninnjewHflj SPjpnj njnw'nV wnnnwe
rtnf afttrnoM (mm Tmmmm w
Mtto4 two boy . Bjdl Keeito and
IS Upft. lie aiau emrrred the
mm m wttoa f f una aMw whMw tbajr
IM turn aold for a mmU ajBoun.
A ymflf mw ww)eMn(4a bjinugnjl
VHfc It teodolW hill ts sat cknaaMni fur
12. W. WbMaker. Ko. tM WMrt
atl w udkaHMi httam wen
m. Tb b-y "Md Mr. WWUkwa
V cnif-i the pike e vblc
. tnt, u.d aa give th bttl uut of
w -
i'at reiatn.ni MMMann nww,
Ik i iy jhm. tike buiIM bna aoeo
Id y ft lie or, 4Us4K H.
Ka. ftte JteM t V. Utter
I MtdhMl ikHn. iniBtnin fue tke Sea
fit pfutj b hU by Om Ueiuxl
foam
ita ftfjajff
SarUour.
V. X. Ktettef. Punk O. Junt
I J. f IM a nnarflita f lib
af CmmM. Mo. t, ol tte a V. 4-
W "njpirnne pnnninignRnni P hp&niJPp, PVngnt JnpnW
MM bi uiWwrf
i s4.1A.1at. lit.
je'o (. atarrb
JUmni,).
nagnM Mnwwr
HINTS AND KICKS,
Xtlf At mthu m tMMW.
'h itarrt .ne-Tiei r.t(to
sr iH iwmiwmrratHte rmm.
lWfHlp BPWs nt &to
llwren.
The football game at Cafittot lr1t
b morrow afternoon betWw tM
etevem refmmatlng the Swarthmwe
and Creorfretown mllejcw is Mtnwtlng
ftitl a tentron among Ibow who rte-
iiahl la the fatorlif autumn sport of
Amertea. (if late years footfall h
I ' id It any to ihe front a the rep.
reatatfTeiirimt of ihc country during
h H td whiter motith, and In thhi
t Hit ate thf eon i prolonged until
lii.tma. the laat game usually being
ti!th.ildy.
0tngo laterml dlfeenslnna It trn
In i llle to form a football league In
II. a cltv whera ther am an mnr mm I
titn. ami to a treat extent the do In
the manger policy prevaflod. Happily
all that la now aettretl ami hereafter
tin re will not le any clash among Mt
itU t iltrt-n.
The same management that bad
charge of the game laat eoon, ami
were the pioneers In giving public exhi
bitions of the game in this city, hare
theport In charge again thla year, and
bare arranged an admirable schedule
of exhibition games extending to Chriit
Wia All the wrll known eleven will
crme hrrc and an effort Is being trnwle
to get ale here after Us great game on
Thanksgiving day with Princeton,
width will determine the championship.
To-morrow's game will be unusually
Inlt retting. Georgetown has de
veloped one of the belt, If not the
best, elevens In this loc.illty, as 1ms Uvea
evldencul by Ihe numerous victories It
has won, while Swarthmore has always
held a high rank, and this season stands
foremost among the Pennsylvania foot-
unit it'BHiir.
In si'.lltlon to the groat game the
msBagt ittit have made nrrangements
to tm.te the returns from the great
liitt rcolleglate contest Itctween Yule and
the Unlvirelly of Pennsylvania, which
will he played to morrow at New
Uain This will lie tho last of the In
tercollegiate games for the champion
hlp of America, except that on Thanks
elilngpay, ami us both teams have
many admirers In this city, this ontor
pile will doubtless lie appreciated
highly.
The teams will play as follows
Swsitlimore. I'oeltlons. Ueotvetown.
P. "owl Hull baek Pr.nilmr
K- KuirI Half beck Henehey
U1" "lf lek J. rer
Murray
.pearler Mck Keyes
..l.(t entl .IcOoy
.Left tackle K. Uyrc
.Left guard I)tv
Ceotie O'Donuell
Kleht giiKnl niltli
. Ittght tackle SullltHii
.Klgbteml Clturv
'rr.
i: itatt. ...
MePrsln..
V. Hart
Irmpli
Coh
OKOHIIKTOWX'S KAV ICTOUV.
The Geoigeiown Cidlege team went
t- AhsatMltl.i jislerday to play tho
I nl'CKpal Illeh chml eleven, as a sort
of pTilImlnary pt act ice to Its game at
Capitol l'ark tomorrow Hfteruom with
watlhlnoto It was the easiest kind of
b came for the college boys' hard-nlav-
Injr eleven, for thev travele-.l over tlie
mi
Id lo the extent of fortv-four nnlnu In
foily tnlnutet. and scoring Just aliotitas
they phased. Two twenty-minute halves
wire playul. GeorgetowH leil off with
a twenty-yard run by Fleming, and on
the sixth ilow u Murphy made a touch
down from which Kcyes kicked a goal.
Duilng lids hair the Georgetown
boys kept thtlr nppooenls conilntmllv
rushed, erd at the end had ti to their
tic dlt, while their opponents had a big
goose erg. The Kcond hair was Hlmiit
h repuitlon of the ttrst. Sulilvau idck
lag up ibe ball on a fumble bv the
AUxaiMltlana and made ten yards.
Then Keys got the ball awl making a
inn of tweuiyflre y art Is scored a
touchdown. Again and again Ihe
ciutrewas rushed by Georgetown and
hu Invariable gain of live yaoU resultetl.
The score In IhU half wm the Mine as
in the flrsl, making the total 11 to 0.
The players were as follows
(ieornjstown. fiMlU4Ws. K. If. 8.
tlmry Wgbt end Ib-Ui
fcuitb Might tackle .. ..Heuburu
O'N-H Rht gwud MmUu
O'DumimiII Center pHb Kail
!ly LWtgnarU iMth
Uravar ItUekle ... K. MsediUi
tMiUivan ltt and Koe
Ileeehey Ututer back (i Oreenwar
Murphy Web bait back '
Kejw Ultlwlf back. J. Meredith
Fltniisg Full bark Thomas
Kefette Ailbur. Umpire C. ToWn.
The touch-downs were made as fol
low: PleNtilur.S: Murobr.3: Hanchev.
3, and Keyee. 3.
Aouultwl u Wuhiud,
John Johnson was this Morning
charged with an assault upon Sarah
Jaekeon, and Judge Miller fined bin
V3U- 1 n intpoaing tlm Host Judaw Miller
said that there was no justifieatiun for
a man to assault a woman ks Ike wan
Mr in which be bad done. Johnaoo
pabi the finn.
I.li(Ur Cunt UtfOtlaiMtl.
Willbun H &.-h was arraigned to day
acrusid by Otfj-er lUbusts uf keeping
so t altera d ur. These wete a num
l i of witMrMics ready to testify, bstt the
ate Wft set oyer until KoveaOmr 91,
tb date on which all the liquor eases
will be called up.
t'alurllSB f an Auwriua VUe.
A hrg dag, buugbt by eontrihution4
fsoan laarkeis. puafii and Janitors, was
unfurled yestetaVay over the Joaiuw. B
OiddiniM' bsdlding. G strat aear TUsd
admlnfnat.
lt Uta ToUalttB H'tae thMHtwaj',
U Fwuieiaith ateeet mwShweat, yon sriU
n4 tn pert Csllfitmia wina in nest, sheary.
eatawba, tuuicat, raWfcenle Wendy aad
purt. C'ali acd be convineed-
m lint ISM 1C
A'm Hum Jeuttud ajut Crif iMtii.
All Ue cold days do
witter.
not fftnse in
r rassanswsnjraf
Childran
nlwuye
SC0TTS
EMULSION
i,r iyU:t Cca Urtr Oil .1U H,0u
lUuMtiit of Llm aoJ Sou j a
Uu..t ae pitoie ae in.tx.
CUilafn aojor U rtar tan
oo.a- A HAVUJMM russ
MWOWeil 11 laaaee. a4 ta
usue UOe " iseamaj vbo take com
m,u,. du o tofSMiee asAoas a
coub that iJhs noe aartoua.
tnfcMe; Scott'a KoMMatoa astav thi
en's uM ua wiatar nnanon-
JgaaaasaU'ai tI ' -- 'J"- J an Jam 1 it -
nis nr wwwnwnninpsp nps ssnasw anpntspaw
ferHl
THIS DAILY t 1.11K FBTDAY
tMBlU W TN8 CRUCR.
lie (?ewa,tmma er awihih Trrtmt to
t-rw n fwwer
fblli n RaptiS' Cl nrch Is In a fenw nt
ot t ihe Selection of a pastor to sui ctt?tl
ike late Kfv W X Walker. It was
thought that the Rr. William Scott,
wllo has acted as pastor, would oe
tlwred to flit the nrnion permancTitlv.
hfll several of ihc trt-axwas thf H-vs
W. H. rVott. W A Credit ami W II.
IMlttp entered as candMares, Some
time ago at a mcrilng In the church it
was, sugarsteti that Mr Scott's name be
dropped fnm the list of candidates. A
rot was taken, wwen retnitetl In the
nwutlon of Mr. Scrnt'a name ttpon
Ibfjht,
Within the Inst month a number of
Mvely inetitnir ha.- been held try tin
cotiaregaHon In which the caatlfilatsjs
bate been thorouchir dlscrwaed. At a
meei lag held on Octnlier W tho tmm
bets Ucame very much excited arar
tn qnestlon, arnl almost ertdad in a
fight hetwtn a female member and
Mr. Scott's sympsthlrers,
TLr election r the pastor will take
place r.n m xt Monday, when It Is pre
dicted that Ilrv .T. A. Taylor will be
peaceably elected.
Knight nt rjlhltii nt It fair.
The fair nf Ihe Marion HIHes at the
Washington Light Infantry's Amwry
was enlivened last night by a visit from
Washington Pirlston, No. 1. Knight
of Pythias, In command of Captain
Harry Coggln, as also Columbia and
Nelson Divisions, romntamled respect
ively by Captains Smith and Fitglt.
They wire eicorted to the hall by the
lilflis. The members nf the Grand
Lodge present were Past Grand Chan
cellor William Ilrackhagen, Grand Vice
Chancellor W. T. JInckbee. Past Grand
Chancellor John W. Thompson and
Supreme Outer Guird, Grand Prelate
Henry Yenney, Grand Keeper of
Ueortls and Seals A. N. Medford,
Oraml Mater-at-Arms Harry Cogglns,
Grand Kepresenlatlvc Colonel 0. J. L.
Fnxwell and Pat Grand Chancellor
John Jt. Kline. The drilling by the
Knights was lilnhlv annreclated bv tlm
largo number of ersons at the fair.
Woman' Suirrncn teetltiR.
The Woman's Euffrage Association
held their annual meeting Inst night tat
the lllgg's House nnd elected the fol
lowing olllcers President, Susan A
LVllson, Jl. I).; vice president, Mrs.
Mary 11. McPhcrson. secretary, Mrs.
Miller; treasurer. Miss 1). J. Woodard,
executive committee, .Mrs. Jane II. Hpof
ford, Mrs Lucy S. Doollttlc nnd Dr.
Caroline II. Wlnslow. An Invitation
from the National American Woman's
Suffrage Association was extended
to the Dlstrtct Assoclatlan to oc
cupy their parlors nt Wlmodnughsts
lieadtiusrtors for future meetings. The
iiseociaiwn accepted an invitation ex
tended by Miss Deshn to meet nt I j
WliHodBughsIs parlors on Tuas-inr
evening next lo meet Iter. Amle II.
Shaw.
l'lnl trutn UN l)iiic.
Wtlilam It. Wallace, a billiard and
pool player, who came to Washington
in October litst, has skipped out, aud
there are a number of luqulrles for him.
For some lime he ha had charge of
the Imperial Hotel billiard room, but
on Saturday last he suddenly dlsan-
pcaud and took with him a good
wartiroue ami some articles of Jewelr
7.
uiai nail neen obtained u)mhi cretllt.
appears mat wblle In bis capsctly a
bllilatd room keeper at the hotel Wal
lace passed himself off a the propri
etor of the btmse. It was ascertained
that he had a bad record ami be knew
hu would be discharged the thy he left
Hwn.
I'urrull Initllutn KitturtatninrBt,
At the regular weekly meeting last
night of members of the Carroll Insti
tute the following programme was
elven: Pfauo solo, Mr. George J.
Meeker; a narrative, "A Trip to Kta
sas," Mr. (S. L. J.ihnson. au original
poem, "Slavery. Freedom, Unity." Mr.
J. It. Crowe, cornet solos, Mr. W. II.
Lepley, accompanied by Mr. L K. Ga
non; narrative, "A Trip to Pike's
Peak." .Mr. I'M. J. Hansen; song, Air.
L. K. Gannon; piano solo, Mr. George J.
llecker; readlne, .Mr. N. F.Taylor; eor
net solo, 31 r. W. H. Lepley.
t'liuuc In Stlnor I'laeei.
William S. Matlhews has been ap
pointed to Ml the vacancy caused by
the resignation of M. L. Hleglne la the
District oilice, who bat been assisting In
the preparation of taxes in arrears. W.
T. Mjers was appointed to Mr. Mat
thews' plaee in the executive ortiee.
c.
THK .LE Of riKK
ons
ISO. 22,
3 INCHES WIDE, All SILK,
B VAUTOm OM. lit Hldki,
Will Take Haw
T0-DHY,
1M Ot'K
RiW)on Department
TBS VUM.lt WILL IU
10c. PER YARD
TWtooirf the
'ShMWhM
iiw aav uf Ilia aaraaj
caoant our ajseadr weWUei
The Combination
1 2th and F Sts
KAUFMAN & SICKLE,
TO THE LADIES.
ad ajtu.uUUMt u! Out Latent
A hi MUOUt vna AVU
BOteg ML'OWfluN-,
Wu. be t.tG8 tvf atte dnjM. euauuL-unu
UCVUgjPh 21.
' fab-Jhnr SUuuiaaurlns
fa laeinajananlk sssa fsahTmabie its
ported enhtaa. man; olwhloh cu ooj an
reixuAuuetf eo uur auti'UiuM Aii a4rta k
lw tb beautlfui wutk axe Ui.itoU tucall
t uur uflwo I
TUB sAoIK M'f'O ivWFAUV,
LXWffi HA A it Ataal
ml t Otiv:i4 U 6 Patent oav.u
o
Ribb
tesQ.'cssccCMxaf
ntWXsWzm
THE POSITIVE CURE.
i KLY DHOTUKR8, M Wnrrcn
Simll Street NeiW,
Jeweliy
on Easy Weekly
Of Monthly Payments,
We are the largest Credit Jewelers
Inthlsettyanttearrya mil line of
Diamonds
Jewelry,
Opera Glasses,
And everjlbles- fottnl In a Ari
etas Jewelry dure. TbeM sol
are all of a bisk ortlerand r xilit
DBoer
SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM,
and jou kavetke went tbeartlele
white payisff for It, an at eeU ars
tleHrerwI t perebateraM the rt
l7at.
Otill and H. Our prices are
tbe LOWRftT and tarax the
BASIB.ST.
Opv'B evening.
515 Setenih Street Northwest.
Upstairs.
PHBST
MILWiVKKK BIEH.
BEST
On aaaoaat at Paritr. am and astanath,
MKDE
Ytom Ih Ctotowit MUt aM ItoiM.
FUMTfllatir Kod
FOR FAMILY USE.
Wantlihil far Wsnk and rat hi lit Unit
U IswtsMMias and twanrtw dkssrhia. kw
kK a acsawi tstnntothasaiMnaehsnn rhasshy
wAMumnon muHMt,
703-705 yh Capitil St,
Telsk! 278.
R.S.WIDDICOMBE
Manager.
watches
Silverware,
Clocks
(Jyri 1 m i, 1 1 -
,S2&k
Jir Jv e SgaBSRggSft
V jb v gHSSgaHgl
(cERESHf
1
XXMUbaLA,
lAfM.IAM BlfJ.
and ton U lwj onto baausUui bVML
"U and bsstiun wuu.umJ. tsatwt. uur
t Heat street and imluna araua.
WM. U GA.LT 4 CO.
B
EVENING, NOVEMBER 14, 1890.
im
8u New York, rr'.ce SO cts.l
FOR
CLOTHING, tURNISH iHGS
ASD
HATS,
OO TOTHI
Stollisssl Corner of
and E
lids NWi
nttoBs to smr KVBRYitonr.
We can snow yon tm the oomtng season the
greatest line of ST.ra Oentlemea SeHe ever
Showli tn the IM.trlet, and onrIM Srees Salt
M eqimi to aT II'. nlt on Tth street.
.. v".!1" "? "n elegant tleeot Hors'Snlts,
1 to M rears, from i to JO.
(.'hIMren's Stilts, Jl SB to ft.
In Men's raetatoons we are the leaders, as
wemantifaetnrr every dollar's wwth otr
setve,and thsretore can save yon 41) pur
cent on every dollar Invested. We hare tho
best S pantaloons In tne wnrkl;trletlr atl
wool agrt enaranteetl never to rie, awl onr
SWie, $t and .S0 jmnta are beyond eowpetl-
febiw wf mention a few prices of our Itats
nm rnntnniH ,mn:
Dtmlap style, sold en
everywhere for &M, at
st.sa.
jJIKet's style, ., nt $1 Y
ntjl.98.
Ask for onr special Sl.n berby.
FOltNISUlNO DKPAHTMBNT.
narpales In Men's Umlerwear In all aaall
annates
1 from
ate
up. special line Full
SMrteatftenp. ftllk Bmbrotderel saspeed
vwt so. ah lira
at SS. ffi and SOn.
latest novelties In Neckwear
Vf hen yo eetreaily toparobate any of
the
ami Rfmras hiyb m a can.
OTII AM1K NTN. X. W.
H. FRIEDLANDER,
Messrs.Lee&Shepard
Announce the Publication ol
a Library to be Called
K
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a-
GOOD COMPANY
SERIES.
-S
YS-
.A.
This f-crfes will be issued
monthly parts and will
in
consist of choice works by
some ol Hie Dest American
ard Foreign Authors, upon
various subjects, Including
Fiction, Biography, History,
Essays, &c.
The initial volume of the
series is now ready.
Each Number Will Be
Itself.
Complete In
1 The Blind Men and
the Devi
ByPHIXKAS.
Te be Followed by
Ho. 2 In Trust,1 or, Or, Ber
trand's Household.
Jr AMANDA M. DOOSLAS.
Ho. 3--Three Million Dollars,
y QLIYJS Qenfa
hbtnfim 1'rke, $5 Per Yf,
Single Numbers, 50c,
by all
and aswaanalas and any etna nnasanr seat
IsllnniWaW a)nt BsanMnaVt Osf BstnaW
LEE & SHEPARD.
PUBLISHERS,
liOaJTOX.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
mratntimetASSfrv.w.
Heat and ransat Usawas in hsa sjy. isa-
JaXBSJ M. UEMmUA
fnuuMn,
VAmiMOVQM. a. o.
ray asst hf Avy WnwjhiiaiiMssri.
Fonrhton ns jkWMaa
T8BsM M and t rlsg.
Cocaerflt)adIaU.a.w
oypwdte hhiyhwaan ioaaaa
fc flPflP
FUXAJtOV
vft
vb
Late of
.JAJUb AlOTaU.
ZVMOtKAJt HiX,
aara eTavjun amo fa avk
L. VuolDBY. ProDriat r.
Great Consipment Sale
tl targest rt.' Ttimi waw
stfi i a wrth reeire-mat1
srtttt
prtv
iMTRttSHT qelck act
$90,000
Ota-
fine Custom -
JTa bf-n consistieil to the
M YORK CLOTHING HOUSE,
31 1 Seventh St. N. W.,
With Inrirwt Ions ro convert tfcr entire sMrmcnt Into rtsh. The nrices named are
ONK-HALFof the nctnnl manetsvtnrrr's cost A terrible sacriaoe, lint the .roods
must be soW before the etd of lh ieAVti 1 lmc tils are now arriving, and we
wtll bnsln 8ATITB0AY. KOV 8VRBK is, at a a m . the irreatMt forced sabs of Fin
rlothlBK ever known In WMretn Hero ar a few Items which raerltyoer a'.bm
tbB styles of Men's 81, It sv aetna) valne. $1l. Mstjlosof Men's Salts, IS. In
clndlne the famons Black t hvlots, Sack or t mawar; netHitl value, IIS 7 style
Hills, ;n. In Corkscrews. Cheviots, Dtatorals anri caslmre; aetaal valHe. I. W
styles Slt St SIS. IneltnllBir siia of the Flnpt Imported Fabrics; renlr prt'e. IW
tosa AnsMen'sOverooiits In Heaver, Melton. Henry, Ac. $3 aoti vslac, $ 11,
sW Dress Overcoat, all weleits. If: aclnal alne. $1. ago Overeoat. Ionic ami
short, at (11; actual value, f-.M Kiejrtiiil Par feAvers . .Motitaenaes, Cbrnohillas, Ker
seys. e., at StStemtom tattors ehane MO Pots' and Children's Clothtmr In laree
variety. Men's Pasts at SI. S. tX tf, $S, everr p'r worth from II to St more money.
JlearlnrDlmMbe NKW TOIIK CLOTIIINO il.tUsR Gil AHANrUB every aarmeot
that Is soW, and t HKSronillt.B for every aertlon maile Three days' time H
riven for examination of purchases Money refunded If unsatisfactory,
GREAT CONSIGNMENT SALE.
New York Clothing House,
Strictly One Price, 311 7th St, II. W,
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.
M
CEL
HRT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Hotice,
Etchings, Engia.lpgs, Water Colors, f holographs tni All Pictures
oloct Ijccepl Artotpes at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
ttpeclal attention paid to framing, Xeglldlog, Mevtae and Uoxlns rtetnres and Mirrors.
James B. liambic,
HHRDMRRE,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GRS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $
HAKE TEA WFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove for summei use, as the In
stant the cooTcing Is done you c&tt extinguish the tire.
FOB SA.LB BY Till
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.1
TJSrrm W tvw AUO u-tuiE CAerY teiA,
W&MlS&3R - -WH" IT! I HAT TaWMC BCAMC FROM aSSISaBp - T
- avHIWl issflzi l ' JF3 r aT 1
sssaVs& IuBbmaSmfv "Ithf 1 1 Jffla-"1 nssnl W- -J- tal j gj
ssnBsals, JsSawScfjf'llc . nB " C?T-ol 3 T ,UJ "r
&&V.jBBfr3?t f iiau-.-Hl"5t flax- (SBk7iV.ii .. llsuKiusldia.
'ffsBT mrnlt3kmMx.tfeirH&l& aJna vrWRt' i cueuuuajafKa
zvwBMi J tssBHtTV "vrsi&f-: tsxJ ab I sil 7w i"i .a,' T tSaV "- -
fw m:JkwWKjGr "kW ;nt&M i-
-." isuiii, isnassBr- VYJKaft' JKT ML jWrfilT' I ,
BnBnBnasnBBiBnBnBnBnBtBS-aanHHsL j- s-aBBBBBBLaKanBnBBnBiliasanB 1 tf tafsSaV I TLk ei. U
nsafJnsaiHShansaMaaa SI '
Hananal ( i ..iua
BITT YOITE TRUIK8 UD EiEIESS
DSZ 3ST E B ! S SI'S,
itS BvliUi bt IS W . Belt lu UdM Fcllu-' Hail
nses sgnfiBtfaiinWiftiw
rt to amsr be taken aiat y-ara eaten, coatiarava t
WORTH
Made
ROY'S
1.1 5 and $1 ,50.
IS 10 OS 13 SIHUTEJ.
C othing
n,tt.rTrAfi
f h Sfwit PBUnsylranla Houto
Toilrt Wwttn, West and Sewhwest. '
fmVtbh trscS rien1l"leonerT '
trmlnMis. Mtraifirr,r nVintomenr
1 Frrt't otrRiisert 1.
TalB leave Wsshtttstcn. rrom "atton.oor
tm of Stb and n streets, as follow-:
Hn Pivtaai en rtml the wer. (hloaot,na
ed Ksress Pniiman Vetihnie crs
at JB.BS a m datls : fat t.fno t't an a it rtaliy
sn-rweaan, iviembns and st u,nts, with
Mswrir-ars from nnist.nr ro trrrlian
aeolts rwtfbnveio Colnmmis; ltoona ro
Crtfeat" M.l,onR 'honnandrinoinnil
ss. 1,a dally. r-BttoT t vVsh
wffton to Hsrristmr. and snee.dn; ues
ntrlihnr;t m f t lni, t hlc io and rim
clmmfl. rw llIr Car t'strltiMt" n.
Louis, (htrseo aad cinfinn.tl western
X,ires at T. p m dfl'ly wt'b eeplne
Car ahloton to t htio and St. ixtm,,
conneetlne daliv at ilrrt-hnt- with
tbroeirfl Sleepers for rontsrlileand Ms-
EMs rnllmsn llhlne car rittr.nr to
I'-hmrmd and ( Mims.j I'arino Kxpr.-s,
1 no p m dally It ritrtotrg sn-l the V"tt,
wl h throneft S eer'-r to Pltt'lmr and
rit t bent lor h!cav
BALTtMORK Al) TtrTOMAf RAItTtOVI).
Fob Ram. Cnnandalens. Koeheter and fll
amra Falln ially. eept !nndsy s m a m
Fott tjir, t.'anandslen nd ho, hwter dally;
frr Rnffalo and Mrara dallr, exempt s t
nrrtav, re 00 p m, will Sleeplne tar Wash
Iflfttm lo Honhestr.
Fob Wti.tiAsrniT tirk tlaven and KI nlr,,
at le tf a m dally, exrept fnnday
rn WiuuMsronT dally. Sflpm
PoBl'nilABet.rntA Sow York ami the Rast.
?... t II no and 11 IS a m. S in, S.is. t ,
S , it .no ami II 40 n ta. t)a Stind f . .ort,
ttwa tn. sro.sis.1 . to on and it SB am
Ignited Kapress of rnllmin I'trlor Cars,
with iHntne Car Baltimore to New rork.
.t'Bw'el!y et.ept ansdav
1'2.2',iTv,?R.m,',',,,m,le,, Bxpress with
lump Oar, 5.W p m titlly
Fon iRtuiMtiPHtA only Fast Ktpres a to
am week dn)s anr 4 p m dally, hxpress,
Semley otdy sjop m
Fonltorroji wtthotil rlwnire 8.10 am week
dajaeml J.ISp m everyday.
Foe Him kith, r. T all tbronah trains eon-
neet at Jersey City with ont of Ilntokiya
Annex (Ii.rill.it direct tntntt-rto Fullon
street. avoMlnKdonnle ferrtaiieacrossMew
Yolk City.
Fob Atiamt'c Citv, It 40 a m week ttayi, ll.ao
pm t'a'lv.
Fob ltAtTDtoBS. 8S&, 7.S0. 8 10.B 00,941, tVO.
tWO. JinilRiWll.tOftra, Ut..10.S l.3 3i,
4Pi4.W.4a9.5fC,5 6 00.7 4.,. 10, 0 ami
ll.wpm tin finmlar Pro. B.Od. toso.lt to
a IB, 4 10. S IV S 90, 4.W, 4 SO, 8.00, 5.40. 0.00,
T 40 lt'.Oil and 1 1.80 h m '
fob rore's Crk I.ias.T.Mam and 4M
m tlftliv, exrept funday
Fan ANmrot.f. 7) and ooo am, 12.03 an I
4.W p m d.lly, except snnday. sandays
0.00 a m nnd 4 so.
WASlItlTON 80UTHEIIN RAtMVAY
Is Krrrrr KnTEMnin 4rn, 1 WO.
Fon Alkxakdrm, 430, OSS, 7,8 40. 0.41.
10.57 a m, U.i I nooii,2.0S, S 30, 1 ' 4 SI, B.,l .
2flJ,l0i.".tti.,l-,,m 'nSitmlavtit4.,10,
. 4o , 10.57 am, iM, COI, 8 Wand 10.03
pm.
Atrr-iMODvrin for Qtiantlco.7.45 a m and
4.l p m week days. 7 45 a m Sundays.
Poa llttttttpati ami Hie otilh, is,) and
10.87 am dally. Accommodation 153 p m
week days.
Trains leave Alexandria for U'ashlntlnn,
.ja.;i&.e.f'.tuo,ioii,iio7 aid: ia)..i.i;
JUO.B.io, fi.or.7.is.a.,io.s7and it oapm
Tl 79, It ronml lPjrpin '
Tickets and lnfoni,HtlonatthoofT1in nnrfh.
east corner or Tldrtcrnthstrrel nnd l'ennsrl
vartla Hvenno, and nt the station, whuro
orders eatt t left forllio clievklna of lias;
irosu to deftlnalon (torn hotels nnd resi
dence. cuAs.B.runii. .1. it wood.
(leaoral Manager. (lett Pass. Aicent.
lliilliiiiui'v nnd Ohio Railroad.
bebednle In effect June IM, 1W.
Leave Wanhlugton from station corner of
Xew Jersey avenue nnd U street
Fob Ciiiraoo Htid Nortbwost, Vestlbuled
LlBiltetl express dally 11.30 a ni. express
B.SII p IB.
Foa t iKciNNATt. Mt. Louis and Indianapolis
expreesdi.ilyl.WBltllI.Mipm.
Tom I'lTTsai'iw and lleveland express dill
BSuaiuBBd M0 p. in.
Fon I.txtMiTiiN and points In the Hlienaod jab
.Valley, 110 am
rim tut tiseriK ns way stations, tfJW p in.
Fob Li-hat. tdJO and 40 p m.
rH ItALTiauBK, week days. 4 05, 3X0, 0.,
7JS3 T.S0 S.w 15-mlautes), ., 0 To. iuw!
l(o sVmlaatMi a. ni, W.tb,e.i3 UW 4V
tnlnut.sl, W.15, 4'.u.lnuteO, 3.83, 4.J0, 4.30,
4jk n.ro, s-roinutj) 3.80 c.o), et o.uo.
7 W.7.W, 8 Sft, .ro. 10 SO and It p, m.
haada), 41. 7. so, 7.o, a so, do a m.
ute)3S3, l.a.iw, iiw, ismlauti'i) c.0u.
fc.15, s.se, 7 so . 10J. H.S0 pm.
Fea U av r-TATHm. ttren U'a.Uinfon and
lllllBHo. fie. S.S3, a M a m , U lu, 3 a,
J.jt. sat. 11.80pm. nnttday,n,a.lm., I.ia),
3, 4.S,6JX;. Il.t pm. '
Tbaim i.rATe Haltimobx for Washington.
MO, 8 a. S.3t and 1O.S0, 10J5 n m : UMW.
i .10 , 30. 4 00, 4 11. 3 00. B Jo.W'
7.W, T.tO, 8JI. 8.S0, il.ifl 10 It, 10J0 and It.ud
t t Headat. s sft. 7 IS, a o.8jj,0 ), io.,
7J.7 aS.8.,8je. w is, io.wand u.oopm!
Fob Axnai-olm. as aud s.ao u m.. W.tOand
4 SO , w. MiBday.. so a m.. 4. p m.
Leate Annapolis s.ss, 8.37 am.. U.08. sSf
pm. Hiiidur,8a8aia..3.5Spm.
Voii?t2'S! w' he Metropolitan Brunch,
taju Ltsse a ui.. Ii.is pm. ror prlr.cltwf
statlutis rly, tW.W u m.,tl.30 and ti-iO
F Rocanujt ami Way Matloas. tl.ss p m
FuaOAiTHawBuiwaiid latermedlato points.
t0.j:elB, tllA4a m tl.oo, UM.'ii,
ts.4s.iia.oe, tni-opm.
FueUoip'saad InterBiedlate stations. '7.00
pm
Caeactt tkais Imtm w aibloston on Bunds,
aT5kh7p"y,w' s,M tu'S08m"
Fea (1 AMttto m. t W.fl a m. and t3.so p m.
T,ul!TiUUlc,," fWeaao da7 11-43 am
aad4.1pa; frwai Clmtnnatl aadtlt I.ial.
daily Uiia aad H.U5 p m; Jrora Pltuburg
T.M a sa, iM p ai dady.
XXWYOHK Jt 1'HlLADBI.rHIA DIVISION.
Fon Maw oas. Trenton, wark. N J . and
Eliaabelb, N. J , 'los, tsuii, !. !--uj
a e.SO, ji0 and sjeso p m Buffet
rariur Car on all day trains. Mooning car
on tb 10.30 p ta. oiisu at !oo p in.
Fob FHtLABaLmu, 4 1, toU), sio.00. U00
Boon, !., 4 59. H 13 and '10 34pm,
Ft Newark. Dal , Wlladugtua ar.d Cliester,
!i-fr .w " 11 ""n. H .
SUaad'WaepBi.
Itw lNnuutKouktz HtiNT. bctwtMtn Baltlnnre
and FU adaipbla, tS.M and : ai a m, t.' V,
tjsopn.
TiutM uhvx New York for Wasblngton,
ans-ttUB a , ., 8 tw, '30upma,d
UlSBiabt
Tbaim uuvs FUladalpbU f.r Wa-h!ozton,
1JM, .1. a.lS, fl.83 a a, H 4, '4 11,
Fon Bin vim. JM p wt. with Pullman Uaffut
bhtyrinir car laaniac tbrubidi t,. Butou
wttMssit etiatii. via POAuekg,to Hii.l-.
htadls pnaiaagaw iu B. M station at
IksIusl.
Fon Axustie Citt, 4jQS and 10.00 am.l?0O
aw. Snadays, 4 am, ..'Duihsli
M-aspas.
Hiiit taadajr. UaUy tSundavon'y
jtaanase ralli! tor and ebcckod irumttu
less and tmwbtum bv Vatus Trnf Kr iv a
sawn uan a mesa oSSam, civ aud 1331 ra
at. uai at
T. OO
C'UAS. O &C VLL,
(Jen. Paw. Ai't
Can. Xaaucr.
JOHNP.AGNEW&CO
Wantebaia and HaUU Sealers la
Aittoeite ui Hetty's Creel; Coal,
QeS: 1U Fa. av (Corcuraa Bul.JU).
YARD: Oor. H at. and Del. ave
TUJtPaOKS.- Ossea. MS 3: Yard, rt
HElilUAZ.
DpN'TuGIVE UP
Iyl i.U tlUi "liU rl! tumK,.lly 1 II, j
nnd j hHi Uu ;t (.. u , ( t . j .i.ii u iy
C'uaa- All Wwakueuuai. i ulcwwrHrul
ExclulHUW.U It ,, r U.rlkla
BHR NEW BBBKlv;t''KH'.:'tf-h
I'M ' j1 - HuUuki. S. Y.
talUUH 7MUsaUaUU ry tAii tooitdlltiAl
GIVE UP DOM'TS!
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dO rat f sfl9 14 LLft ald
ftD4lfl. fOr Lbt t-erUn-awiM
ul iuim 4 ftstakftr
(i U J.N -IlilfW V D.
U.iaU. -- ai 1 U M44
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