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THE TAUjY CIUTIC, fl ATI' It DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1890.
The Daily Critig OITT MPJfOlAHa. To l contlniMRt All ThM Wnk, Kesd this chssr tnronth atwt fc continued' Arc w hhh Twenty ttrres articles of fnrnt-im- to fralh a tob complete All ror ? t essfc, consist ln c oiiecJWTWt.rnr.ns i hatnber mlT mimM, with chstrs. table. f rrln BSSttrSss. attlows, eotafort, one toilet ot , 1 o stows, two years lacs curtains. one pair port Wren, thrwpntoii. All pnt np and In rxMB romplctc for occupancy for the small enroot sn.fficftsh W. H. HoroaTo" A Co , Kl ln P street north west . ItmtilenVi New Pall MsMwts. .i.ihn Itndden, the pioneer Installment nun, r. ntrsliy loca'w at ssn and SSJ Seventh street rthwest,ha Inst retnrned from the est rin markets with an Immense supply of all k'nds of koasefteeptaK foods, carpets, stores, r'lir. etc. Ton can fsrnten yrmrhnnse from filar to garret, at this store, with cash rt 1. es, on the Installment plan. rWrMLTO-MT. bnattlimnre anil rteoreetnwn College I'lay at Capitol Park. This afternoon At 1:15 o'clock, at Capitol Park, the football elevens of Gc t-Relown ami S war th more colleges will meet, ami a close and e.Tcttlng Kme la nntlclpatett. lioth teams are In iNccllent comlitlon, ami both are eager to settle the question of supremacy. One of the features of the came to day will be the posting of the returns from the great Yale ami I'nlrerslty of Penn sylvania Ramo, which takes place at Kcw Haven, ami which will deckle whli h eleven Is to play Princeton on Thanksgiving Day. The scote at the tlisc of each half will be bulletined, and the adherents of the two colleges will thus be enabled to learn the result n.tirh eat Her than they otherwise would. The teams will line up In the fol lowing order. Swartbtnore. Positions. (leorjretnwn. H Horn! Kttll back Fleming Y Bowl Half bark Uwhej- tiwin Halfback J. Ilror Murray. .. Quarter back. . . .Keres ( irr .. Left end McCoy Walker Left tackle K. Dyer I' Hart Lef t gtiartl Dslv Mcllraln Centre. O'Donnefl l- Hart Rtaht Rusnl Smith Timjile Hheht tackle, Sullivan Cole Iftght end deary Swnrthmnre substitutes are Cock?, Llrplncott, llluhnrds and Kctcbam. The Bwarthmorc team arrived here nt 11 o'clock this morning over the PinDsylvanln road. Try Uetkeley. Hoys rtent to .lull. William Smith, Daniel Xewton, John Puny, and Owen Jones, younp; colored boys, wore beforu Judge Miller this morning, charged with petit larceny. These are the buys who snatched a rartl rate containing n watch from Mrs. Itiltccn Mtad nt Fifteenth street nml lllchland Ttrrace one week ni?o. They hi simo pitlly crooked stories, but f llli cr Trammel! testified that they hid t dnllli d to him that thty had snatched li i pxkitbook ami dirlded the money. Vt Mirgan Ilrown purchased the vaKh from the boys for twenty flvo c i ts. All, with tbe exception of Son, v i tc rent to jail for six months, as ihero whs no room for them In the Keform tSiLcHil. Kimrrlnc Ht Kernan's. Dixon took away Al Dyson's nmbl Hon at Kernan's lost dIkIU. Dyson out weighed Dixon thirteen pounds, and when he ttepptd on the sluice, looked as If be could easily worst the champion bantam. Hut Dixon never gave him the rhauce, but made him bend hi knrcs In the first round. In the second rt mid, Dyson could not stand the pun ishment and Hid, leaving Dixon victor. It irmalns to be seen whether Dl.vou tail knock out Morris tonight. The latter Is entliely out of the chamolou's dais, weighing Hi."! pounds. There will be another set to between Lee D.imero and Grayson for a purse of 85. Jlerksley U pure. l'rrliups He U Hotter (lit; Thomas II. Howard oa Thursday ob tained a manlage license and it was ar ranged that he was to marry Hom Harris, a colored girl. Howard had ao rented a room and puicbaied sm new furniture. Up to two months ago limit' Harris lived with another colored man, but he was committed to the wori l.cuse for sixty days. Ytttterdsy he was released and persuaded Itosle to re turn to him ami lh'aort Howard. She did so and the latter is now trying to pet the ruouey back that he paid for Ibe licet; sad has also offered the sew furniture for ule A Cruel lluiii. Ad aBswuuceBMBt was wade la the c bllusry notices of yesterday's paper i or the deih or Mrs. Sarah Itkhirds, the wife of Jobs M. Iticlsanl. at 1303 hulk street. Many sywrwlklilag fiieeds visited Mn. KtehardV home and hi surprised to flwj tbat she was not dead, but was the victim of soate tiueljoktrr. The fuaril was aasouaoMil to iske place fro St. Patrick's Church , Mil isasy hatisMMt Sowers wu sBt tLue Mr. ItkWaiik U susTmcIak fntm h nt f Beivow pfostfalkw oeewioswsl 1 the ciul uux. J'erlelsy pure ry whkky. wtk if rruyer. It has becoaui the geaerdl euasosa of lite Y. M. U A. uf gaalz ttiww tbruugh ( U Ik eouuUy to tWvUe Use simmsuI witk of Kovewbar of each ymt to FtHiial ptaytr set vices for yoitstf smb. the services fetid at Use Y. Ml C. A. Luildiag U this ctty ww u4sx tk ptivissosi of Mr. ntsk U. SastUt aad bsve besw vtiy sitrrisshil Thst asso (iailaa is havbsg pUas nsepuea for Use en c-ltosi vt a sew bstlUHef, as Us psas etit buiUtsur hu bees fouatl to be loo hjisII for the tessMiy Ucresjiac aewls 1 1 ihe assccUtkw. WwaUwc of ttM UiUUm (Hob. TLeUrioiiasi Ctisb bUl its Novesm- t r busiacw sBsOaf t Use one of Um l'tiladeipUa Uigmr Ibis after aooa. A run bcr of isoporUat nattars were coa ndcied, 4 U is expeetod Uut Ue !i,b wUlgJve its irsldlBer o Uw iNsb. i!. t At tbe Decvsaber eseeilag Um citiersskUi he rbjftiti. tti fssitids . re slrctiv beUtg Msboifur tke piles. H i i gaJlou, tl (ier4urt,SME. stat. Kkutidsy u Um Urn wt He wibjsrt of Um tat of & sesto of ium: IssKumi sstkjiCsUvatte Laiuersliy vthU'tsstf tlMfsaist by tbst He. txeaM VoesMM. C. S. P. The t cmto im dhtmtmi wsHt tMnnptlcoa :. ssVonsbx tamnUfm vni osjera l tiip, tU V alrstst aurtbsteat. Ciill Sac ts Vmrnml Wn Knut LkuuiBAnt If. Welsh, ooe uf ilc cbsrtw sjMwsbers of Um Euuset i-uAiils vs last sitfbt lutsAlmusly tlccieii aptsJs. PiisateRI. UwOtn acb-.u um tteuiavM- Both c fcuui b. .Juis nasi bve aVustti watli i mui itn. iuiuui.s)S of UMusAas4 i iu pssnnsts cskusuxy. i I .. kiuu ftiuo bt axLi.til lux m !li tUi li.iik.Ci I 'Ji i. 0 4 AT TEE DTSTKICr BUIbBIKS. Whnt the City 1'sthers PJml t lh eir thrir Time. Commissioner Ross w wfgl yWMprlity afternoon In looking om th Itqnor applfcatfons, which ComtMt stomr Prmglns hns approred In Lten tenmt AmfW precinct, ami to-day a coHsMcrapre portion of hfs time wns taken np in examining the other csnwb In the mme prednct. fwn mlnloner Dtntglnee was biisr today In reviewing application In Llentennnt Kelly's and Lieutenant Guy's precincts, and the tferMmn as to the approvals and rejections of licenses bv the Com mlsefrmers in all of the precincts will be matte m soon as It Is practicable to do so. Jflotild Commissioners fouglass nt d Hoes disagree in regard to certain arpHratfons then the matter will have to be dec! b d by Knglneer Commissioner It len. The latter Is said to be dally Improving but m to when he will re- sun c 1 U riit'les at the District lltiildlng is rsihtr Indt finite TbereToitof Captain ltossell, chief of division of streets ami roads, will be temly for pibltcatlon on Monday next. The rrpntt of Captain Ltisk, chief of division of water ami sewers, will be finished about the 33th Instant. The Commissioners have not as yet begun their annual report for 19W). It will lie a very voluminous renott when completed. Hlds were opened by the Commis sioners to day for an addition to the wotkhruie of n btilldlng for bathing and water closet purposes. The bid ders weie John II. Howlett, ,$7,!W8; HnllldsyA Itlchardsun, 6.T02. James I. Patsons, $0,001; A. W. Sweeney, $T,959; John It. Young, $7,838: John F. Coylc, ,OT0. The bhls were all above the appropriation, $.),8."K), and the conltact was not awarded. Ontcers of l.'nliin Veteran Union. The following staff appointments have been announced by the Depart ment Commander, Thomas S. Hopkins, of the Union Veterans' Union. Assistant adjutant-general, Colonel Chas. V. 1'etteys. Sedgwick Command; assistant miRrtermsster-gencrat, Colonel Henry I Johnson, t'utter Command; assistant In spcctor-general, I.leutcnant-Colonel Kd wanl Morgan, llnncock Commaml; chief mustering ofllccr. Lieutenant Colonel II. '1. Caton, l.ogan Command; assistant Judge advocnte-generil, Major, I. T. Turner, Lo gan Command, and chief of staff, Cofenel frank T. Hall, Cutter Command. Aides tir camp with rank of major Major Bartholomew Digitus, Hancock Conmiand; Major Joseph Torrcns, Han cock Comtnandi Major William I). Ylng llng, Logan t'ommaixl; Major II. U Ilrown, Logan Commaml; Major Caleb 11. Hills. Sedgwick Command; Major John K. Car penter, Sedgwick Command; Major George M. Arnold, Sliavr CMnmand; Major M. Turpeiiny, Ctuter Commaml. aixl Colonel V. L. alter, Cutter Command. Colonel alter, as past colonel nt Custer Com marjd, is entitled to the rank of colonel, lilt lltr Oilier Willi an t'nitirnlU. Aqullln Harton. an old colore I mnn, who jHjrslsts In hanging alout the White lim te giounils, was arrested ycsterJnv uftui con, and In the Police Court to' lj lc was charged with disorderly t it (hid nml an assault upon Oilleer ' nut lignum, lie hit the otllcer over the lei d w 1th an umbrella. Harton his livid In Washington over seventy years, ftiid was consldcreil an Inotfcntlve cltl uv. Judge Miller dismissed the assault CHie, but Kntd lisrton $10 on the other elisreu. Sentence was suspended, but the tire will have to lie paid unless he glvis up his old haunts. lUmlWd (liu Olllcer Huuehlr. In the Police Coutt this morning Abel Elcbclbergcr wai acctiseil of having In terfered with Olllcer Murphy. Klcliel bcrger, although a mere lad, made an dlort U'tlcri!ny to gel his father, who was Intoxicated, home. The otllcer found that the Itoy also was under the inlluence of liquor, and attempted to am it him. The boy threw the otllcer about rather promiscuously until he was comjielliil to use bis hilly. Judge Mil ler concluded that Klcbelberger was not just I tied in handling the oltieer as he did, ami Imposed a fine of $3 for dls oiderly coed net. lllrjclo Tltlavea llrouclit IUoU. Peter Perils and John Harcort, the two men who stole bicycles from George Atwater & Co., reached Wash ington lost Bight from Ittehmoctd In charee of Detective ItslT. Doth of the mschlrHS were also recovered. Il.iiu men were arraigned befre Jwlge Miller this morning nod pleadeil guilty. They were placed under $VW bond each for appearance before tUj giaed jury. C-tturrli Curtxl. A clergjBuu, after years of suSunsg I mm tlutTaathaHae disease, Catarrb, and vaiulv trying every koowu remiHly, at Ut (oumI a prescripiioa which euuipletely eured ami wtvwl btu fro daath. Auyuf (entr froat this dreadful dUui Mudlug a tU-iuUrasel stawpetl saveJope to t'ro fnor J. A. LawrBcu, Set Warrea stnut, .'w York, wilt reeaive tlur recipe free of ebsige. Tkkvu 111 iu l he Htieet. Mr. DB4el Laadisof ItBesster, Ps., was taken ill about 10 o'elock last nlgbt wbibi staadlstg at the eotaer of Pouiteostb stFetet atMiKew York aveaue ssm! fell to tn fwvuat. He was takiB to the Kaisvgestey HospiUl and at a later hour was ahkt to return to bU hotel Kept a Disorderly llMiae. Katly this unrBiBg Uur esMeuts of Use First Prt'ctftei rabissl a bouse kept by Lulu Hurkw, and arrested br sad the IsMaatet. la Um Polka Court tbis HSQSBtag sba plea Jed guilty to ebAiibtAf ksMSkbtga tttowieriy b east was aed tT5. AUvlea to MstbttM. Mis. WbssJoK's SoeSUsw Serup sbouUi always ha iksast for cbMSMti testbtsM. It tuuSBss MM chad, sorts m the yusn. sways ail psU, cures wind eulie, as4 It t tbe best teanedy lor lUsirhucs. aac. a buttle. Will Have (a axwv 1'iwr Yaa. Lawsosi W. Hsrls. who was tried la Um Crissteal Court fur sbooiiog at Jaws K. Qsiiid. as stated la yester dy's Cjutic, was eos rioted by the iuiy ad sesstencul by Chief Justice Bsaigbass to four years iuiprUusuueut u Um A Htssy ssisysssUary At Uw To-sUtoo Wiste Cosspssy's, 6U r'uurtceaMb ssreet, you can get the best I'ssavba, Votss, titanrks, Cluet ad WW wsanssjjf iJawws'4lsBSfWlsn Tbe Kv. Dr. Cusey, MgssV of Um storoyidssM M K Cfeuscb. bt se coved fiocu bis rctea sksuMH asvl iil uLiupy bis pulpit to sBonov. SSWBSW BpaOTsWsshSISjl " ssssfssIsI WSaw W. BAKKR CCS BretlBJCica 14 ubfulHtultl 1MM SUSd a u isissw. No Ch&mle&ls fi bun u cj tV ssfruif A U hUrUi, JsUmMil -i IbatsdWst iu mv ?Im laWa mm cswsl It tsi iWJctuui ouunaJiJuf, Ojiul4L JLsUOi.1 LUusjiriOr, I b tut y.imjb Lb utiuUi. aolsi It j Croc, r itcij i lie re Mffm. Hi lllr-' til 1 1 n ur ""' Illlita- WBlXEE&W.,Doxciwtw.Mas. SHOT THROUGH TIE HEA9. A CApttei Hill Taltst Win Was Tired mi i.ivtmr. Prank fhelmcntkl.n tailor, commit ted snlcMe last night at Ifo. 1009 South Csrollna avenue southeast by snooting hftnwlf through the head. Cnelmcnsk! hud been employed by different Arms In town, and last worked for W. C. Mertr A Co. During the past three months hehasrnn a little shop In the front room of his home. Lett night about 7 o'clock his wife heard the report of a pistol, ami noon going Into the front room found her husband lvlng upon the floor with the plsttd grasped tightly In his hand. The only cause to which the rash act can be attributed is that he has been worried of late onr business matters. Chelmettekl was a native of PoUnd. and came to Washington abont a res.r si da hair ago from llvrlabnrg, "Pa. He was iS years of age and has been twice msrried. Xone of his children ore living. Coroner Patterson, after making Inquiries, did not deem It neces smy to hohl an Inquest. Trne Cnminanwenlth Olnh. The "Trite Commonwealth" Club wilt meet at 1131 Tenth street on Mon day evening. LBMOH BLIXIR. Its Wonderful Knect on tho Liver, Ktnmncli, Ittmu!, Kldncs and llloo.l, l)r. Motier's lietnon Mlxir is a pleasant lemon drtnk that positively cures all Biliousness, Comtlnatlon, Inillgeetlon, Ilemlache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, Du llness, CoMs, Ixrss of Appetite, Fevers, Chills, Blotches, llmples, Pain In Back, i sipnmron ni iieari, ami an otner tuseases caneeil bv disordered liver, stomach awl kidneys, the first great cause of nil fatal diseases. Fifty cents and one dollar per Uitlle. Sold by druggists. Prepared oalv by It. .Motley, M. I)., Atlanta, Ua. l.cmnn lint Drops. For couglts and colds, take Lemon Hot Drops. For sore throat ami bronchitis, take Lemon Hot Drops. For pneumonia ami laryngetts, take Lemon Hot Droits. For consumption and catarrh, take Lemon Hot Drops. For nil throat and lung diseases, take Lemon Hot Drops. An elegant and reliable preparation. Bold bv druggists. 9B cents ier bottle. Prepared by If. Molcy. M. D., Atlanta, (la. The Combination, 1 2th and F Sts., KAUFMAN & SICKLE, The first nbanee In make a dlsplarnf or Mrfw "rpirtment win rceletdar, being for tUMitecntuglt Iu hare tm window ttnw rarllr compute We claim style, novelthM nnl price. A few of iwrrogaUr Madera ars: ladles' Ilaml sewed WaHkeafast, N. H. Udlct' Hand -sewed Cloth Toon, three wlctli of 'luer. Common Sai Med. and opera, St II. ladles' ratent Leather Vamp, with dull Dougola top. band lewed, very Mrllsh, Ji.'jH. Tbea we bare also the ttlnmt Freaeh Heel latent Tip, with tan s rgs top, Tr nobbf, MlMtNi' Itand-tnraed Dongita, two stjlesof toe. commofl sense and opera, ft Si. The Koeh-'er dboe. we llitiik, hi the bsit footwear fur any one Iltluic a Ioob vamp. otjinuKin seme snoe. Ther coaw In four width. Our line of Low shoes for Itoute nd etenliiK war Is vrr eomptete and bov up well Iu our shoe window. Ladle' (r falters at e. tt.l and II t In Ctotb, Knallsh Kenejrand Jerrer rioth AUofliir lll.w ni Hots' Lsnln In Cloth, Co,lurir, IjwtMir ai d oomi. Tldi deuatlmeat Is lo ikttdoti lie Mrt Hour gMllerr. RMkhw It private aad ideawat lor 14 let maklac their sieeltow. The Combination, KAUFMAN & SirittiK, tSTII AXO F STREBTS NORTHWiWT. Lieblg COMPANY'S . EXTRACT OF BEEF IVtOMfAHABLK IK FLAVOR. Ve it for Heel Tua, Soups, SaestM OTasae. rbli, c ) As4c or Meat Jolly. Oma Foiud of Extract oX Smt attiut to luly ptiuiida at laan bwrf. Ctuiilllo only uilli klxualure of J. ion I.icblff, ut ahonu ubat, lu blue. KEOISTXREU TRADK ilARK. BERKELEY PURE t?ye Ulhisky. JAMES THARP, Sts U1H P STKBET K. IV. Grsnd, Uj right and Square PIANO-FORTES. SsiScSsi sfitstlial of pusciiSjaars Is isviCtid to oar "sm. nHajsj sjsm IBM aBsjsaf1Bk am iVK Ar.' Stsvusd-feaasl FUaos at Alt Wtessv WM.KKABH& QO., TO THE LADIES. V i.i tt ois for Se kss ocT.JJHMtSi. In (Juj oJUm of tbo touuiior. NiBH)SV. dw a'! i he aS, tMaron.hls tss- lAtrtcd ionLtut. ssaay of wtdoa csa uoly ta rapruducd uii '.-ar rorfhlinw. AU loiirUij t l..w th s bcauLliui sjuct axo Uinlod tj cal t yU uAlc 11U alVi.IEMiCu uuMPAHy LKWfJs LiAU Aj;ocL jtlJ t UwualU L S l"4t jt 'Jfll-a lW9-n CVVPKFVtVacVVVVV wOv PfSXIiU E J a MUBi rAH THE POSITIVE CURE. I KLT BRUTIIBR3, M VTarren 515 SeT&Fith Street Northwest. Jewelry Sold on Easy Weekly Of Monthly Payments. We are the largest Credit .Tewstsrs In 1 Ms city and carry a tall line ot Opera Glasses) And everything fottrd In aflrit otaas Jewelry Store. Tne uood are allot a 1IU order ami are old ooaur SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM. and joo ttavetbeiMeof tbeartlele w bile pa j lag fur It, a all pood are delivered to puretiatersoa trte first Iyawn Call aad sea im. Our prises are tbe LOWHST aad tersM tbe EASIEST. Opun cvonln9. 515 Seelh Stieet tioitiiwest. Upstairs. PHBST MILWAUKBS UEBH. BEST Oa aaeouat cf Fortty, & aad Streatk. MKDE From tsts Chstssst Malt asd Kos4. Fspastatty Oatki FOR FAMILY USE. Msmlilal far Wk aaal BUlslslad It isiriaawtas aawf i ismislni d'swsttaa. sMT A ssVOIWsi ftlftSs9 tAUMiSsisfiissWsstk tMLVft tJsMAsBbF WXmUUFIOM ItSUtttJif. 703-705 ftvth Capita! St, TblttfkisNA 27.1. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. uArrkiY my, And yuK wUl tlWSJW have asAatUul sks4. 8jUs and WIHH WtulauOe DeiM.. UOT aar First aAraet sua ludUa saniu WM. M GALT & CO- (Bfv-VsOtgtvsu Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks I GERES B y t? WsZfiAnn.rti MBTTBTwyl m n J m m Ksrfffi ISSK l -.V 8U New Tori, rrtco 60 cts.1 FOR CLOTHING, hUR NIS H IHGS AND HATS. GO TO Tit Sentbst Coroer of Ninth and E Streets Northwest, Where everybody goes. It Is the jtreatest barcnta corner In washtnirtoa. THICK TO SCIT KVBRTBODY. We (an atww yon tor the eomlmr season the reatestllneof two Oentlernen's Salts ever shown In ibe Ilfrtrlct, and onr $10 Drees Salt Is eatral to any SIS tnlt on 7th street. . We alo hare an elegant llneof Doyi'Snlti, 15 to 18 years, from l to $. Children's Salts, $1 SB to J. lnMen' PantAloons we are the leaders, as we mannfaetnre every dollar's worth onr selves,and therefore can savejyon 40 per cent on every dollar Invested. Wehaveihe beet ft pantaloons In tie world: &trtetlr alt wrol and pmmnteet never to rip, and onr tt !D. i and SS.50 pants are beyond competl- Below wr mention a few prices of onr Hats and Fnrnllilng (inoda: Dnnlspstyle.sold everywhere for (1.99, at Sl.M. Miller's ftyle. .. at f I SS. Yonman'a latent style, SS, at Sl.98. Ask for onr special SI Derby. FOltNISntNa DKPAUTMBNT. narealBS In Men's Underwear In all nnatl tics from Xo up. 8reclnl lino Fall fires Shirts at To nn. 8llk Bmbrotdered Saipend en.SBc. All tbe latest novelties In Neekwoar at SS, M and SGo. Wlien yon net ready topnrohaso any of the above articles Rive n a oall. DTlt AMI i: NTH. N. W. H. FRIEDLANDER, Messrs. Lee & Shepard Announce the Publication ot a Library to be Called GOOD COMPANY SERIES, -s AAA. ,A. Th:s t erics will be issued in n onth'y parts and will consist of choice works by some of tiic Dest Vmerican ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready; Each fate, Will Be Complete in Itself. . 1 The Blind Men and the Devil, By r-HINBAS. To be Foliowsd by 2 In Trusts of, Dr. Ber- Irand's Household. fy AMANDA M. DOUQLAS. Noi 3 Three Million Dollars, By OUViCK OPTIC. Svkriiiao Price, $5 IV Year, TWStVK NOMBKHS. Single Numbers, 50c, tiilufltlpllari fsssivarf by all hnfiVliilisri sad wi das tori aat ay staate aasabar nml laatilit aa issaM U sstoi. LEE & SHEPARD. PUBLISHERS, MUTltLa A.XB MIHiTjL UJtANTH. NEW YORK BUFFET, m TSstwi wusr x. w. Bsst scat Pwst Uosvow la ska assy. ba wtm Objsss. ixxm 8. aoisnsUA ywsistssar msUtiBUit. VAsswiaK. a 4Mty 34 sf svwy Wt,sVafft s. sVsvrsst Hs ssmipai. psssssssjsisssssssiiiiiiiiiiauisiswiiiiiiiisiaa. Hsyi VAMMsC4)lMiML Cwm UU M I .. w., sTbbsmrffc.1 ILMasmas) aliips.su apSJSw mss sssfSsatssasT ibsssbsb- tW t ''WspSaj UMUITSAMUS44W.I XrUuPXAH FLAK. auva ormutf and ja. avk. Ireat Coisipient Sale 1 lsornrtwt!ltyiMrfsiM!wand m ftt)Of R iwv el an ATOJJ JllWT 0wk aothm imin be taken . a xty-lt ( $90,000 OF- fine Custom - Hate been convened to tbe M YORK CLOTHING HOUSE, 31 1 Seventh St. N. W., With Instructions to ronvetltlie entire shipment Into cali. The prices named are ONK-IIALFof the actnal mannfactnrer's cot A terrible sacrifice, but theeoods irinst be sold berore tbe end of tbe season. Thwe soods are now nrrlrlnir, And we will bcatn SAT111UAY, NOVKMHEK 15, at 11 a. tn , the ereateit forced sale of Fine nothing erer known In Washington. Here nre a few Items wlilnh merit yonr atten tion: styles of Men'sttnlts 15; actual value, S11. soitjloiof Men's suits, 8.la clitdlne the famon Dlaok (lievlots. Sack or t'ntaway: actnal Tatiie.tlS. Tj style Fnlts, SIP, In l'orkcrews. CheTlots, Hasorals and Camimeres; actual value, $M. 75 styles Suit at 815, Including some of the Flnmt Imported Fabrics; regular price, $99 to JDS. era Men's overcoats In Beaver, Melton, Kersey, . to. $: actnal value, 811, WOIJreM Overcoats, all welgits. tS; actual value. 8ni. 680 overeoat". long ami short. at Sit; actnal value, 51. KlegantFur Heaven, MonUtnaes, Ulitnohlllm. Ker roys, Ac., at SIS; cmtom tailors charge I0 Boys' and Children's Clothing tn large variety. Men's ranis at t, S. $, ?4, S, every pair worth from St to Jt more money, llearlntnlnd.tho NKW YOHK CLOTH1M1 lluUSK OUAHANrBKSevery garment that Is sold, and Is 11KSPONSIBLK for every nMcrtlon made. Three days' time Is given for examination ot purobaees. Money refunded If unsatisfactory. GREAT CONSIGNMENT SALE. New York Clothing House, Strictly Dne Price. 311 th St, H. I SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S 75RT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, rhoiographs and Ail Pictures Stock Lxcepl Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Fpcclal attontlon paid to Framing, VOKltdlng, Moving and Dozing IMotnros and Mirrors. James B. hambie, HHRDMHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON. D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, HAKE TEA 03.G6FFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summe: use, as the In stant the coolclng Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALJt WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' W "MPHggf-B ajjgjPPmy IHBOW ANO BE MlpE0l YOU CAHT TSI.Av Kfigpii&j?" turn nt That thumk Wcame naHKwKSSisWp- ETJT TOTJR TETJUKS AID IAME3S jKZ jlnT ZHj -fcU S 13 jl sOy 486 BtenUi bt K W , nut w Odl Foiows' Hall WORTH Made Clothing $1.15 and $1.50. !H 10 OB 13 KNOTS'. BY TUB gw MWHF" -AT- nAir,nAi)s, The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. IWsbts Trsck. fplsnrllit Scenerr Etest RAtls. MstniSoent Banfpment 1 Frra-T Wovssissr 4. Trshis Issrs Washington, from station, cor ner of SUtti snn B streets, ss follow Pon rrrnmriwi stnl the Wstt, t-nlcsso Llm lied Rjpress of Pnllnran Vsstllmle Curs st IJ.SO a m dsltt ; rtt Mne. W.so a m dsll v to CMoftsjo, Polnmbm snd St. Lonls. with Stwplns: Curs from Hsnlstmrir to Indlsn snoHs, rtttsenrc to Colnmnns; Altoons to Ctitesgo. St, Ixnls. Clttcsao snd Cincinnati Express, S .10 p m dstlr. Psrlor Or wh Ipgton to Ilsrrlsbnnr. and meeplnic cin Ilarrtatrarxso t. Ion(, t'hluso sndctn clnnsfl. and Dining far nsrrlsbnrs to St. I.onls, Oitfsro amt cinelnnstl Western Express at 7 44 p m d.'ly. with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St. LoaK connecting dally at liarrlbnrg with Ibrongh Sleepers for I-ooHtIIIc ami Msm- 1)10 rnllmsn Dining Car nttsbnrg to lehmond and t hlcsgo. Tsclfio Rxprms. 10 CO p tn dsltr. f ir Ptrtsbnrg and the vVet. with throngh Beeper to Pittsburg ami nt tsbnrg to Chicago. BALTlMOnK AND TOTOMVC RAttRO.VD. Ton Rase, Canandalgns, Rochester and Nl sgara Palls dally, except Snndsy. S w a m FoREaiitcnnandftlgHaand Rochester dally; for IloiTalo and Nlsgars dally, except sat jirdav. 10.00 p i m, with Sleeping car Wash ington to Kochester. r" Witt.iAjtsronT. Lock Haven and KlmlM, at 10 W am dally, except Sunday. Fon Wilms mstobt. dally, 3 SO p m. Fon rmLAMLrntA, .tjw York and the Bait, 7.a,9.eo. 11TO and It am, 2.10. s.is, ao, S W, 1( .00 and 11 St) p m. On SnmWy, s.oo, lla m. a 10, ,1 is, 4 aft.toooand lisonm. Mrolted Kxprem of rullmin Parlor Cars, with Dining car Dsttlmore to Mew York. .40 a m dally, except Snnday. For Nxw Yohk only, Umlted Kxpress with Dining Oar, 5.03 p m d lly. Fon I'MiMnsLrniA only. Fast Kx press 8.10 a ra week dajs and 4 p m dally. Express, Bnnday only, 5.40 pro. Fonnosnm vtltlmut chance. 8.10 am week days and 3.15 p tn every day. For Pro rltk, N. Y., all throngh trains pon nertat Jersey City with boats of Ilrooklyn Annex afTordlrg direct transfer to Fulton st reet, ntold Ing douole ferriage across Mew York Cltr. Fon Atlantic Cut, 11.10 a m week-dayj, U20 pm dally. Fon IIaltimobe. 0 35,7.90,8 10,9 00.9.13. U.fO. l(!d0-.,l?0.,,n(li'-40'lm t,a.l0,315,3 3), ?.A4,90' t30 5CP' B - B . 7.40, 10 W nnd ll.sopm. un bimday goo. 90s, in ,10. 111 7 40. 10.00 and 11 so p m. Fon Font's CnsiK Lisit.T.SOam and 4.3J m dally, except Sunday, Fon ANNArnLts,7ao and 900 am, 12.05 ant 4.91 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays 0.00 b m and 4 so. WA8IIIKOTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY Ik Errect NotembiiHtii. 1990. Fon ALSXANlinLA, 4 30, 0 35, 7.4V 8 1.1, 0.J. 10.57 a m, U.i 4 nonn.S 0O,3.S0,4..4.5O.ni, JJ8. lOir.nnd 11.99 pm. On Sunday at 4.10, 7 45, 9.45, 1P.17 a ro, a JO, 0 01, 8 W and 10.05 pm, AKtivMorATioN for (Junntlco,7.l5 a ra and 4.55 11 m weekdays. 7 45a mKnndays, For lluii.Mosn and tho South, 4.10 and 10.37 am dally. Accommodation I.U n m week days. T5Ai.,,,..lffl''.,elttn,,rla for Washington, n.05, 7 ( 5. e.co. o.to, 10 is, 1 1 07. a m; 1 .ao. 3.00 3.50. 5. 10. 0.0f, 7.i 5,0 an, 10.37 and 11 03 pm On MiLday at 0 10 and 11.07 a m: 3.00. 5.10. 7 CS. 7.S0. B.W and 10.17 p m llrkcts and Inrormatlnnntthoofflco, north' cast corner of Thirteenth street and Penniyl vanla avcniio. and at the station, whero orders can bo left for tho checking ot bag gage to destloa.lon from hotels and rost deuces. ciiA8. k. rumi, J. 11. WOOD, Otncral Manager. flen Pas.. Agent. Hnllimuru anil Ohio Railroad. Schedalo In effect Juno 20, 1890. Lcsto Washington from station corner of hew Jersey avenue and O street. Fori Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Vestlbulod limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 9.30pm. Fon Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapolis ex tires daily 3. ai d 11 .30 p m. Fon PiTTmvno and clevoland, express d ill 9 so nm and 8.40 p.m. Fon I.j.xixnnm and points In the Shonandoah alley, 11. 0 am. Fob t inciixstzh and way stations, 15.30 p m. For Lchat, t3J0 and ssO p m. Fon IIaltimmix, week dnys, 4.05,5 00. S.31. TJM 7."0 ,8.(0 45-mlnute.). 8J0, 4.39. (11.M, IK.00 45-mlnute.l a.m., W.io, . (.'.so 45 mlnutes), (3.13, 45 rntnuies), 3j, 4 an. 4.30. 4.! (I.to, 45-mlnntes) 5.30 8.00, 8.15, 0.80. 7 10. 7.30, 8 36, 9.10. 10 30 and II S3 p. m. hundays, 4(5, 7 .SO, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a m. (12.00, 43 minutes) 1.00, a. 15. (tw, 45-mln utea) 3 SB, 4 W, 4 34, (1.50, 43 minutes) .ou. 6.13, 0.80, 7 30, 8.3. 10J . 11.30 p m. Fon H'at bTATioN. between Washington and llattlmoro. 5 00, 0.36, 8.30 a in.. ll.tO.3JS, 4.3S, osu. ltopm. tiunday,8.30am. 1.00, 3.4.x,fljo.n.30pm. ' ' Train, lxatb Daltimorx for Washington, week day., 5.10, H.aO, 8.S0.7.13, 7.J0.8.00, JJp. 8 39, 9.3 and 10.90, lOjSam.i l.'.W, i.io. .io. s a , a.50. 4 00, 4.13, 5.00, 0 00, o.w! 7.00, 7.10, 8.a0. 8.30 9.(0. 10.10, 10Jandlt.od pm. Sundays. 0 30, 715,8 30,85,9.10,10.40. 10.35 am., li'.OO. 1 .06. 10, 8 30, 4.15, 5 JO. O.SO. 7.00, 7 30, 8.30, 8.30, 10 10, KM and tl.oJpm: For Annai-olis, 8.35 and 8.30 a ra., U.lOand 4 30 p tn. Sundays. 8 30 a m., 4.3-i p m. Leave Annapolis 6.35, 8.37 a m., 14.03 ,3M pm. euitdays, 8.30 a m., 3.53 p m. For Station on tbe Metropolitan Branch. t.S0.j8 30 a m-11.15 p m. For prlcclpsl stations only, tlO.lo a m., tl.30 and ti.M pm. Fuu ItocxviLUt and Way Stations, tl 35 p m. For Qaitusbkbubu ami latwmedlatu points, t.oo, jtooo, tuxoa m.. tl.oo, ti.oo, 'Sij t!M5, SlO.OO.tll.OOpiu. For Uoyu's and Intermediate stations. ?.00 pm. Chi'bch train leaves Washington on SunJs, at l 13 p m., atopplug at all stations oa Metropolitan Branch. For FBKUiBirK. ttf.30. 18.30, 9.30 111.30 am., St. 15, tl.30, tl.30 p m. For lUetbkTowM, tl0.0 a ra. and tS.30 p m. Train, arrive Irom Chleago dally 11.43 am awl 4.10 p ra; from ClnclBnatl aad Hi. Louts daliy 3. to a la aad i 05 p in; from Pittsburg 7.10 a ra. 3.50 p m dally. NKW YOHK PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fun New i uhk, Trenton, ewark, N. J . ao 4 illiabeth. N. J , 'Ids. tsojo, sio.oo, l.'0d am. .). !. and '10.30 p m. UurTet Parlor Cars ob all day trains. Sleeping Car no tbe 10 30 p m, 0 u at 9.00 p m. For I'uiladeu'uia, 1 06, tSOO, l0.00. n00 noon, 'IM, S4.W, .15 and 10 30 p ra. Fur Newark, Del , Wilmington and Chester, 4.06, t.00 am, U00 uoon, '.'.50, LW, 6.13 and so p m. Fob intchrxoiate foimt. between Dattlmora aad ltil'sdelptda, ts.80 and 7 SO a m, t.' W, IJOpra. Trains leave New York for Washington, SCO 111.30 am, .(,.), 'l.Ojp maid helSBicbt. Train, leave PUUutelpUa for Washington, 4JII. '.l ., sfija a B, U.W, sisi SSJ55 7 3xpu. Fvk IloMiur. UM p aa. with Pallmao ButTet tlie4Bg Car ruHBiag tbfougb to B.ntou wltUxit ckiauv, vW PtHU.-bliMiMle btlde, Uadi&g iimwin.f. la B. il. station at fktu-a. Fshi atlartw Citt, 4M and 10.00 a m. IJoa aoua, Suadays, IU am, ii iW uu.m and W.SOpm. tcpt SbbI ay. Dolly. SSunday oa'y, Hagiutse OitlltMl for siul ebecked trviuhj tels and reaMeaaiis by I'ulou Transfer i . a ordw. Ult st ttekat oOam. 819 aud ll la. ave. siul at dsiMtt. J. T. ODKLL, CHA9. O SCCTL. Gn. Maaaasf. Uttu. Piss. 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