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THE DAILY CTUTIO, TIITI'DAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 20, 1890.
The Daily Critic Our IaHr rnrnltiw. tern Tom turn " trort Ca." ttta fttt tea, B pre .soo, j " II MtMt etNMM J"WI otw nod to bi pat WWW IW fro WnlBK JOT Will Wl W . W R. IfOWMrt"! CM , Kmlrinn's New tsuii Hoods, sR0WBly9JBgWl, tn ploUST ittstaltflI611t flMflt CWffMj tOPB W at 09rt and 999 tSSTaOlth Stf08t rWfTjwflwt, ho lost returned from the t9t Aft aMHret with an lnrmene supply or nil Hinds of housekeeping goods, carpets, stores, rtwa, etc . Ton c f nrntsh ynr tmnte f row i-ellar to ftffet, at this rtoro, with eash pttew, on tin installment plan. . AeeMsnt to a Newjboy. I)b Have, one of the oldest ami Iwit-fcnown newspaper carriers of tfaeliliig'on. met with another accl ritBt )t night, which will confine htm to ihe h-oapilal for some time. About tne mWdle of September he was mn onr by a street car ami seriously In jured, lie woo eared for at the Preeil man's Hospital, but nunaed to t on ton cratches the day before election, ami Mece that time hM been selling I tiers upon ihe street. List night one of his crutches slIptKil and he fell to the rmvement and broke his thigh lnoe. There Is much sympathy Tor him, as be has been a newsboy about the streets of Washington for nearly twenty five years. He will be well tared for at the Freedman's Hospital. Vale Alnntnl Association, At Ihe annual meeting of the Yale Alumni Association last evening It w,w decided to hold the anntnl banquet ilutlng Ihe month of Januiry. Tne fol lowing olHetra were elected for the en suing jiar President. Senator K O. U'olcott; first vice president. Jti9tIco David ,T. Hrewrr. second vice president, William A. Meloy, secretary and Iron titer. J. P. Iddlnes, executive commit tee, William C Whlltcmore, Alexander 1). AndurKin. H. W. Uavmonil, James (. KIcc and II. K. Wlllatils historian, l.'Kdwards Clarko. Stock Ilichnnce Onlcers. Tlio Wn6hlnRton Stock Kxchange hild lis annual meeting yesterday and elected the following ofllcers: Presi dent. C. C. Glover, fifth term; vice president, John W. Corson, fourth tetra- secretary, Frank II. Pelouze; licanirer, A IC. Parrls, seventh term, and for members of the governing com mittee, L. J. Davis. Charles J. HjII, William 11. Gurloy. John W. Macntt rty, 11. P. Snyder and lames A. Uites. Ti tiipsracre Sicetlnc To-Night. The Father Matliew Temperance Sickly will hold a public temperance tm eibg this evening at Carroll Institute I 'si'. The principal speaker will bo Di. Garilgttn. vice ructor of Ihe Cith lie Uiilviisliy. and short mMnies vlll bedillvinil bv Itev Father McGto Mil .Milton :. Smith, editor of the t hvrtk Stir An excellent musical I l'ftHinine bus also Iwen arrange! for lt mtetlDg. Mule fur Damages, Adidph ltowlsnd and his wife, Annie M. Howlaml. hire broujUt suit agilast Dr. William A Hammond for $ao.OOO ilamacee. The plaintiffs charge th.it Dr. Hammond hid Mm Hnwlmul ar retted fur embexitllQg f 40 from hi in on July SO. ISM) Snc itl leges that be vs I rttrpptid by III fetlln? ai(iliit her to icuke the chiige which wu fnl, an I of wlilcn ghi'tvits ncqullted. Ilml to 1'nr ror Thnlr I'lBht. Charles WilHum. Tbouui Coakley ard David McXenamln were charged with affray before Judge Miller fills memlng. It was shown that Coakley acted Mu ptMcemakwr between the bet HgereHts awl the cbrt agjlsst him wwdlttnUMd. The others were A Bed 3eU. Sent Dawu fur VerttBuy. Twenty dollars or sixty days woe the judgacBt iu by Judge Miller la each of Krverxl vagrancy cute to day, awl Charles Dave, David Josee. Jimee lbe, Jicph Wilklner. IWojawIe MUier kbU Thou Kyaa were altgivea a ebanctt to go to the farm until attar New Yeat's roll J linn h Our I'luirurm. Edward Murphy fell from the pUt fuim af a Wiuhli gtmi a ml Georetowit car UM nig hi, laHween Twenty 8ft and Tweaty sccoud streets, and utaieed Miiosw Sejtuit. He wa ukest to l)ktt' drag stare and oiuhiuM by Ik. Hh. im afurward taken to hU httMse la Ucorgitawn. HMhumi Kvrar4U, The "Orda ay T HMb) " was preheated Uataigklui the lUv team of the Dk 1 1 let tiiMiI Qiwid, at the wood Hgt Kt Mmt la the nr. aecce of a lrge fusrirt' ftopUt. )iti4ier (humfil llej ItM tmHitatiMi apaeefc M ij KchartO Urfam received tlM tiefaty hfbalf t the rifle teaw. - W IM.MI4(I)- Wllk It tUM. )'4ai(i Weii bad I wo hfge Bll egeiaM U I tfc IVIke Court t-day, 1 1 uf eai imc lotueaWd wmmm 4 it atfeer f dfaotektty etmluct 'fttww wm fSMttttttiv eewetwe a Id bulk rlMMCM ad Jo4 ItiiW iMate tike is m Mreatifimg wveivw im far ! atuei- !- KirniM HvW e-w. Tfcaf S-RuaiiwVMMttWnil M)iidy yttawited to the ni Alwat bf pMparitisjB erf Un 8- A U. Gom nlwisiif HosmUm mM tbel Om Pwai dl wm IMM hwly to UOettere, m 0 veil Ml tolae4 w ebiiM feick UA bees fHy tuWthi. iaM Mewh Tkwidue Kadolth w.s Mueted tot the ifceft A pigoa valued at t$ fioeu Use liiukhsoaise Isi Mr. Tlw tte clkd u ei tiM Htm y sn.tti Uliu i4 Ii0fa afff. talH ks kfeiat did KX 4 il Ufce eciUtecal ws luifeated TT pif " waaiBBiap. Mr. Mm i. KcUay. Iotly wetl insjt inwoi iMsdsy.etedavly il4l sjMripf at ills awose. 3aH TMr iM awslkweet. UeMiW 4Ht sjntv mKid kfts kiee) eaaMssai f Mi. WtBuloa-' Soutl-iotf SyruL. abottM l be need fur cb'ldMu teataiag it M he cWJd, auauo tac kuhw. My J MaKwea vint cuiir, ai4 it to the best vaaBanaBir a iayta?HaWBi ffp VaPF W'P Spassy aapaw aP i uel viaaUtiasi but eighi w C'uiujeiUi I alA.rckCkitr Ko. 1 Dr Litch ititii av addttaw. ailoir W-h ?kai vioji taaiUic wan much OOJ j 1 ii L c j Lu Lite Cvi-iutul fcf KANT MAERfAfiES. J.evtnr Crttiriren Who win Trwret MfeV MfJthrrny Tttcther. Mlt Florence Klbfn, dtwifhtcr of Mr. td Mrs. Thom B. Kulbfni ami Mt. John R. Tortsert were married lt evening at Pt. Mark's Church, the flsjtot, Rev. A. FlotMns Steele, offlcl Mteft. Th ushers were Meisrs. Cren fcw, Torbert and p-jneanson. Mies fteesre Rarmtt of Philadelphia wm Ihe mM of honor nml the brldwimabls were Mlswss Xannie Torbert and M ly Ilowanl. Mer Harry ClApp ami 51 h Josle Foettoch were the rw$. Mr. W. D. Porter, Jr., was the groom s bwt men. After the ceremony a re n ) ten was heM at the residence of the lih'e's parents 3i?J A street northcMt. Mr and Mrs Torbert left at 10 o'clock ' n heir inhlal tour. Upon their re turn they will reside at !J I) street m ii heat The happy couple were the ti t pb-nts of numerous presents. I at Tuesday evening at Dumbarton Atenne Muhndlst I'piscopsl Church, Mies ItnwUe Illntkford. danghter of Mr. and Mr .1 S Klsekfnnl.Xo SIMM stree' W st Washington, was married to Mi Jne Sxmifeille The pator, the Itev. M F. II Itlce. ofrlclatei, and there was a large attendance of the ftlcnds of the happy couple at the rhmch. Messrs Wallan Fisher, James Lee, Alexander W. Ward and C. AI. Clsik were the ushers Mr. William Hauptman was the groom's best mm, ard the bride was attended by her sister, Mlts Addle niackfotd. The bride's Sunday school class were present. Air. and Mrs. 9omervllle on returning from their honeymoon trip will reside at 3122 X street. Miss Nanny McCormtck and Mr. Philip 11 Sheriff of Manning's were mar ried last Tuesday at All Saints' Chapel by the rector, Hev. Edward Wall. They will pass their honeymoon In Boston. Mr. William K Hill and SIlss Clara I,, llanon, the latter of 80(1 K street, were married Tueedav evening last nt the Foundry Church by llev. Ileese Murray of the Central Church, asilsted by Iipv. i)r. George Klllott. Air. and Alts. Hill, upon their return from their weildlne tour, will resident 715 JI street. The gift of the parents of the groom wasn dwelling house. r.nlerlntnloc Concnrt. The Washington Musical Club gave their first concert nt tho Universalis! Chinch last evening. The numbers of the programme were well selected and were rendered In thoroughly enjoyable and delightful manner. The pcr foimauce of Beethoven's "Krcir.x Sonalo," played by Messrs. Kinder, piano, nml liakotnun, violin, was the i vent of tho evening. Mr. Ilakoman ixccuied the dltllcult composition with e;e and received the frripient ap plause of the audience. Air. Kinder ably tupiiottBd Air. Kakemin at the piano, at'd also won considerable at imllon by several piano solos. The la fio.ii "Siiupm and Delilah" was m ng I y Airs Julln K Wyman, asslstetl I J Mr Mlcrsch on the 'cello. Morlnldl niinrlllvn .Mrnllnc. Tin- Sixth SuUllvIslon of Assocliiteil ClailHii, at tin I r annual meeting list t lit lit at the Wonh Presbyteilan Clutch, the Hov. Dr. Himsdell. pre tiding, elided the following dlruciors for the untutng yiar: Dr. J. O. Adams, lliv. J H. Ilradfonl, J. Illcharits. Air. Dcilci. William II. Gunnison. Jamet F. Hord. Airs Alary K Hood, SlUt Gertrude Jimis. Airs. L. C. Leonarl, Air. W I. IVtry. llev. C. 11. IUin-nlell, Mrs. A AI. Purvis, Airs. V. A Sneil. Airs. K. I Iyer. AIIm Jennie Taylor and Judee AVIIIoughby. Ilesoliiiloiis ex preMlve of the high apprechtlon of the trclety of the services of the late Judge Srell, who, at the time of his death, filled the o Itlce of president, were adopted. Ilnnilnli'H ami lilt Cltrl. I.sH evening Otttcer Pierson found D( mlnlca Fmlelta playing a piano or gan on the Avenue. He bad with him a 0-er-cld girl who was tlauUhlag the tambouilue and collecting the pen tiles. When Mpfiruecbed by the ofltcer Famletla staled that hl license was fit with jtehlld aceomiMnlnientor $3 with rut Air. Pietson was not deceived by tie Urr and jmt the Italian under attest. la eouit tbU inornlag Judge Altller fined Dominica $3 and told him he could not have the girl play the tam bourine any longer. Mill llnvo a blue CljiiiuailuiM, Ornee 1 9 at the Sixth Precinet sUtloa are taking step to have their nev gjHinakiuiu diud up with the proper spfaratue. Committees have been so I Misled to arrange for a bail, Ut be given a week or tea days before Cttrist Waa, the proceed Ui be devnteil to pro viding a billiard table, clubs, duatb belU, roiag meehiaeii, etc. The room ia I be eew third tory of the atatbMi N et'iawodlciui, well lighted sad eepeeUiiy adapted for a gy wtuuium. The officer pieooae to have the flneet gy waM'unt ia tb dvpaituKat llnly u l.di.1 Itia'aifBee. Clerlee Dean, a young entered boy, ww hermit to dy with l be bwatay of H.i.fey. He was la Mm ewfaVoy ot Janet Med lev, aad eetitaged m Vw ttitet la ike tale of piodlMW. He ap t pria'td a porliua of the daj'a d to IU liter, and eould avut ai vra up ai ct-'mc wbea be eawe hoaie la tho evtaiag. Judge Miller eotliMtad ha it ws tibtiatleatei tad aot Utcemy, ad dfatiwed the ease. i kt lr h tti b ttbui u u UwHUt: Mt. U. A. H'alc rf lliaKt. Gua., ishioae iaeaulua lur tae seflal el 4aafMaf4 aa ettraeted fracs wMeeaeead etteatiiMi ia laic century and ttunf, U1 be at tbe Katit! Uutcl bamsdaj tbss wk. Georeb) ntabufh. rosattlaiaii l otter day taat atut had teat a vajiutbee gold watib aad yaeterday Odteare Lyde ad WUlUms arteeted Fiedetiea B m tc, Cfceiks Batata ad WtttU Mark, 'they wete all cavtcted to day ia the Pulic Caurt oa tiaek om ei dtritvaii iae formr wi give aix MaiB' tobKaMeat aad Umi taw latter three awftUt each. Hir gatfoa. 1 )-(, ate. a in. 4 VUr Geotge Mttaact aucbad mm e- yetlrrdaf, ajad Jd )UUaW jM tx is awraNag aU m urisVwtlf la Veritas atstteil la a uaaiattar aaaouer m Fp -Fmbp p jalaBWimjaw aafpaTa fhfliniT 4iim wrrailiawi klamatJAtecacftdr 'wP"" waapgpa pawBvaBf sjnajBgp pr-maT l"'aBW" t& f Ifatteata ttaett. ? c inel y daj t-lvr diaeose TiHii niaai'iji ddnaeoMsla, or Uietiuti. at a aU ilenieiwiBiHMl o Llm I.-ijcU nud Uwcl. cuxud bf As- WuiW. BoUUu MwiiciU dduussry, or mumtf f"l tot it iclunied. ' w bjr Mom lHnas-teaae. Oftly fcw day go Kaacy Jbiy, toiwed vuataa, was eataaMd toM the JeM. YeMetdav aba as arseited. ac luatdof the Ian coy ul a gold rt-4 Uol O V L- grii of 17w I. .ticcl u Jf'U ca atul a charge of gracU laiceuy iiu been cAlurcd aalcwl tvr - l J 10. 1 U.. EXCUSED FOR BEING HUNGRY. llew an Impeennfnna Itnt Polite Old Man lM Mr Ills sepper. It Is not often that politeness Is us"d o legal tender and a menns of defense At the seme time, but It can be wirkcl successfnlly in ihe hands of the prnper peiswis. says the Tacoma erfr Last night a weak, miserable look trig old man with straggtlnt gray hair, gannteyed and hnnery, wandered Into the little restaurant at the corner of V and Klertnth street, kept by Illlly" Robertson. The old man sat down at a table and swallowed four Wg Iwwls of strong soup In rapid snccesslou and then tackled a robust laront of enned bef and cabhsee. after which he topped off the load with a cut of pn-np kin pie. When he had finished the waller laid a rheek beslle his plate. Taklne his deck the old fellow ap prcHiched the counter and whispered to the propiretor- Say. will yott excuse mt?" ' Kxcne you for what?" "I haven't any mower." Billy put on a fierce front ami made a movement a If to throw the polite old man Into the street, Please don't hit me," lie e.Tchlmetl, In alstm. 'I Jnet got out of a hospital wht re I didn't get enough to eat, ami I've been sick. loo. I haven't any money to pay with, and 1 do hope yoii will txcne me." The restaurant man could only com ply with this modest request, ami the po lite old man was then ami there excused. WINTER WISDOMi Kxchongt lHrn't lie afraid of fresh air, hut avoid draughts. Don't go out of doers for a tecond wllh onl extra core'lmr. In ft-leetlmr your winter underclothing, ehnose that which Is waim and yet more or le open In texture. Tke olT your overcoat when you enter a watm plaee, whether office or private ilwe'llng, even If your visit Is to lt only three minutes. if jou eateh cold or develop a couch, get rhl of Itatonee. This Is better than feel ing "blue" ami thinking that pneumonia or consumption has marked you as a victim. The best remedy for a cough or cold (however stubborn), or a cud'ten cbltl Is pure whiskey. A dose of whinkey In water ivlil impart a generous warmth to Ihe whole body ami keep of! the diseases of the season. Don't forget that only pure whiskey Mionld lie taken. Dully's i'ure Malt Whiskey has the strongest recommejdi tlnns from the 'eadlnit doctors as to its ellttlency, awl from the most prominent scientists as to Its purity. It Is the only fetamlani medicinal whhkey. Take no other from your diiigglst. Why Iln tV l'ri'iiil. 1'itm tkt Tt 3ftl9t. Two negro vagabonds, who have been up before the Justice Innumerable tlirts, happened tn meet In tho oorrldor f the Court House. One of thorn held i.p hlstioee hleh In the sir, and put on a gnat dual of Mylu. The other was In iu'id.vnf a policeman. The prltiner said lo his friend: What's de mailer wld you. nlgah! Has nu won ile big orUe In de lottery dal verhold tt head so high?" "1 doesn't want lor be familiar wld de cilmlnal element. I d in't knov yir sab." ' Will, din. what d.ies yer blow yer si If i ut so much forT We has been In Jail fur weeks and wcekitogeddur. We has stole chickens togeclder more dan fcitv limes.' "I nantayer ler timWAtaml iHt for once I doesn't come Inter this Court Hi ii In ilu capacity of a malef.icier. On ills hear proud nccislon I am herein de eapacli.v ob a witness, an' I wants ter I tec-pectcd aecordlng." Try Del keif y. Mills tnuuttil ib liiillnns, II was a ideturtMiue Idea of our Gnveument olllclals to send artiste out to Ihe Wetern wild to take the Indian eensue, save "Tbe lounger" of tbe Critic. "I don't know Just who orlgl nateil and carried out tbe plan, but I bate Iteaul that It was Air. Tom Donald son of Philadelphia It was probtbly to show the ariisis that he bore them no ill will that he gave tnem this little titat at the Government's expense. Those chosen for the pleasant task were Walter Sblrlaw, Peter Aloran, II. II Poore aud Gilbert Gaul. There may have been oilier, but these are the names 1 have liiard mentioned m.iat promininlly In the matter. I have no di'Ubt but that the artUts made a better roust of tbe Iudimoj la their wild thin hus bceu made of tbe population of Xiw York; at the uhu time they tilled their tketi'h books with vslutble iketcbis, and tbey mw sights that no cebsus taker in tU mtrtropolU ever ureamtd of." lUiklj ia pur. llccbltua KilravuifisBoe, mh ivu imu fm rut. A Halifax- hum reeeatiy sedd hU fsmiiy fur M) and tbe purtibftser it acre scat of ill Inciting-Ikeut. Aay nae wbu wilt abuse a fW fontliy is as reck !t of i xi ease suf jiroaiktty. lUrkeky imre r uaiaky. XTtUHaH Uuxw m ViOwu Ilr. ftom Uu Jit Wuttk thmUt. Forsuer K. G. Laakam, wao lives aaar CbeterM. was badlv gored the o'ber day by a large buek deer from Baiaell Pack. Ijutbaat's wile aad daujbter faat to tae teseue, laiiated tlae aaUi U aad tkd it ay to a tie. This i tbe arcoad ma uiU pet kas Bscaxly allied witli Mhr bataaetisa aalicru Tbaru, alts Y Ortwt aorthvtttt. Ktusgh hu llua lilts, fnm ttns' Aaear. "I ay, Mr- ). yisir tgf bit ate U tb leg 1M MftiMlajf." "That! That trtaiTMiat foe it 1 avod that Uat dug dMs't ait alek oa Uw 1st 14WlMar Uu HutS -UmgttM. rum U't fKwaala Ka wjao wusijhl Htftlhgf Us tnsjgita poaaHda', tjaaawatftaca: ''fisai ype sjatev aad U'ebwar Ukt sfcoa." i miAM KLJXIaU te Voasiairal Watwat ew Ut im. hatotUMIsHtea MtaMta KJMfaHmM Sayattal MaUaVHaiaU Ds. Mociev'ft utmuft wixir u miraiift Wwotn rfut' fcaMf jyumuvviy cr4 a Bl f'tMftirtPjaVfialM, tUvUtbv MttUrU. Kkluev "J-'-" ikliMMAa Cid4i IiOij of M)tfmMr TH Chiili. yMf?ff.L KiBitlttS, w, ruw x PlaTpittrlAM irf JUt, fcAtt U Ifftiiitir 4aiaMfeMatf feidflMft: (aW 4fltt aEElMl) aSsjUtfaV ttf iw (fHlfc omiii, yttby ctnttt MKtl mm dtafeaUr mv t K. atoalei.li: tV7kwM,U4. tor coutui and eoUs, ta Lersaott Hat Uiujit. for oore Uuoat 4 broncHaWg take 1 ettfrt'ii Hot IAecmis For tuteueiusia aud UrfBgwUs tajtn LtKuue Uut Urooa. Uot Ucom. fur an th n iat aad Imaa doaeaaes. take Llu.ol Hot Orooa. Au uli,nul aad rijlabl fepraUua 1J U itj-uiotji ' lcuU per boeUe. I n.voi i II M-Jiiey. U U . A.UuU.tia. ' i (jLa. ui ?.i i Lke V I j. a ( i jUi ri?Vv!?CP.cxvcAXXV Kis, KftfflSR? 7 AM THE POSITIVE CURE. I BLY BROTHKns. cs Warren OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT Is arnwinr. from dav to day. Hi Intanor has passed. Hlsaradnallr walklne, and wears In hopts that before Inna; It will require no more narlne. bnt will take care of Itself i or polite, attentive and experienced eterks assist la maklne tt whtt It shanld b, ahled bj- our prices and xnaiantees. Poatwsar has t.nt tittle valne when yon obtam inferior roi)ds;bat ooidl, substantial leather it at wars the rheapest, evan If yon pay itMMe the attvence. Rrery rhoe ottered by n, tw matter wmt lis prtee, we xn grantee thvl nnthlne he t soltd material Is nsed by the m nfactiirer. We have eterted a few Heaas from the tVsidles'. the Misses', th CMMrm'j, the Hoys' ami the Yoaths' Uepartoients. I,.ntftj. Lottie' rrrk. White, Bine and Week 9stH HI peer. .4a. LafKes' Black Undress J Xid.Beadel fame tsilpper.s. VM tediey Denirwa Ilawl-tariied Mtpper; ee- Bson sense, St.es. Ladtes' Donirola (Ipeta SHpners, 9e. rsnneo A bprlBe's llamt-sewed Rstenahm Krit-e. In common sense ami opera tee, SI SB. MIOTRS. Our Line of Misses' Shoes. Misses' Doneota, sprlae lieel, patent tlp.tl tS. M:s'n.ll:tnmt, sprlaeheel. $l.l. Misees' Hand sewed Uoiivolii.sptlniclrM.Sl.H ClIIMHtEN. Children's Patent falher. Mpped anl sprint heel, sites A to 8, D, t DamIR, Sl.ri Children's Clotb, same slue and width. S1 11. 1K.Y3 AND YOUTU3. Youths' Ileal Calf, ballon or laoe, splendid knockabout shos, tMI. IVojs', snire style and quality, all slses aad widths, St M You know this department oconples the sace In our giUeiy. ttie most convenient and private shopptnK plaee for ladles In this eity. The Combination, isco. tsotnna lint FsntKKr. Corner ltlh n. w. KAUFMAN & SICKLE, THE GREATEST KNOCK-OUT CLOTHING SALE On record. Prices blown sky h'ah Vahiei m Hlteied to tho tour w.nds. Tnls wilt tx l lis l.i nominal sale ot the century. Snuli v.il im mi wo will aire will never be Riven aituln Now Is yrnropportimlty Min's Heavy Mu.ton uverooata, i T; rs Jucni fromfn .Vni's i lilin'lilll.i OveroiWte. SI ST; reduoe I troiii io. Mill's Fine Kerseys, tRTS, reduoad from $U Rlrennt Fur trlmtm.il UUten, JD; redtic xl from S'S Handsome t'blnclillln Ovjroo ts, sa'ln lined. (S; mlneei! (rum ia arr's Melton Oiereoits. lap seams. Tdlvct c.."ar llue-d w:lh UouMe warp, Hull in unl Ilk need , J 1; I ed iimxI 'ram J ti. aUtrH Men's lllack Ail wool CMTlotf, $4.M; r dm ul from $ IS Men's I lootl. Solid Bu.loe Stills. SS.JO; re duifd frotn tit. .Mi n's Wor.ted Kiilia, sacks and eiitawiyi, SfUOand 10; rlnr.l from illonl Ilia HihmI tallnr-made Drxvt fttllli, Sicki, Cutaways and I'rlnea Alberts. Iik-liael throubout,re4Hredfro $.T W.jBKaa t W to SI l lilldren' Orcrooata, Ion eipos, Sl-M, re duced friioi S So. Mae lllue chlaehllU Cur Ovemoat, H.3T; ri-Uucfd fiwm SI. fancy cheviot UvsrcoaU, tS.SO; rdol f rm to. ltojs' Cur nvereoU, tt to IS yoars. $?.; rwlui et from tn.SU. tblldrvti' salts. St.SI; rtdueed frn)Jt0 t hlhlrpn'a cults, fa; rlH0t fnMn St ts Uolldldian'a Ovurooat. 9M). Si 0 palr Knee IMnls at c .oto Hmu's l'toi of oar own naaafaetur to lw i rtailfel at wholesale orlse. tie Men's Cei Orerc-iMU at J; m44 ia ti cry more for tiv 1hooil we offer at tbe peioea miaet atMiVe will astOBUh tae most tpl tell. Ve more than fulfill our aUvsrllsaawet aad (.uuraatiM the valuoa we adrertisa. toil. tlTII AM) i: HIH. S. Y. (Riley UuilUluu). H. FRIEDLANDER, ;:?& SON HEvlol!rAR Ueblg COMPim . EXTRACT OF BEEF ltiCOMFAilABLB IN PLAVOsi. Use it (or htxt Tea. juoa. 8a Maa, Xe ) Asiac or aat Jetty. One poaaal of Rxtraet of Beef eoaal to forty ounaaU f laaa bseT. (teuuiuu uuljr ulth klatnr ut I. low MoUjr, ua kUw.iu uUuia, iu blue. MtfalkTJliUb TkUDK VAJUv. BERKELEY PURE Rye rxihisky, JAMES TIIARP, ts Ma WIW f STMKB1' y. W. A TONIC. Yl&ifotd's Ami PWifaH-t IrflaVhP ttHar lft MNkl4ls)Mi lid aWaaNtWataal tote MataaA aHatai JaAalt baadjT SattBUtkal tMnjf AMgV Wat JMklftaf Ms4 MlMIUraa ateAisttilMs Ar ft. V- Cfilw, Matwa VU T.. US fti iwnfrtf ytoii IfrtoiBfOi' rtovtitaooe. I-1- flatpare ai sbiasllt'ittfi iTt'l tiBK,atlif8if CAUniW -Be aare tbe word '-gorafor U t" luUxl vu Ui WUm A.I otaara ard rl.u tmlutKwIlL llu-M. rScOIH"iB-i !?- mmiWM if - v a.' k j ' s. mss BU New Tork. rrice 80 ets.1 v50e PKBST Mft.WAl'K8E BXRR. BEST On twowiiit of Fnrttr Arc and Stwwjtth 7VYKDE Pwm the Cheteest Malt and IIi?. Eepeetotly Oned FOR FAMILY USE. Reeefletal for Wesk and Debilitated Persons. It Invbrorates amt j remotes digestion, slv leira noimat toeetothestonaehaml thereby IncreaslBR tho apretlte. YVAStllNGTON DHASCII, 703-705 Noith Capilol SI, Telephone 273. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. Qrsnd, UprlQht and Square PLAJSTO-1TORTES. Hrcclal attention ot parohaters ti Invited to our "NKW AUTISTIC STYI.B,' Fmthd In UosIbtii of "iiiailEST DKCOltATIVE AT." 1'IANOS FOIl KENT t-woiKl-baud rianon at All rrlees. Wm. Kna.be & Co., 817 Market Space. Messrs, IMShepard Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called Afcfr -a GOOD COMPANY SERIES, - - S,A A. This series will be issued in rronth'y parts and will consist or choice worts by some ol tfe Tiest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. aih Me. M k forcible In Itulf. Do, 1 The Blind Men and Ihe Devil. NrMUMfAS. " he IfcjMawejibf h 2 In Tnulj or, k Ber imh Household. J AXAJiBA H. MMmrjLa. h 3 Tkre Million Dillais. Um'm ha, 9 Ptr Vw, IWYI XfMttklMa. vmMrmI Iff stt hMaUtariKifM tmimM m atmavt of ptaa- LEE & SHEPARD. PUBLISHERS, uosroar. Dm j Consipiont Sale NOW GOING ON. $90,000 wonni of Fine Custom-Made Clothing flu temlRi ii.utt ftom n tnrRC mniitirnetiirer, vilio Isotcrsloclteil nml In nrnl of Itriulj- t'nsti. Piices are One-Half of Actual Wholesale Cost, SS styles of Men's Fells, 18: actwil vslne, $tt. Wstjles of Men's Stilts, , including tbevlots, Ca'slmeres and Wcrstedstwnrlh Si. . ....... t will Vray eholce of 70 styles Men's Suits, Corkscrcw-j. Chev iots ami Fancy Worst eds: nctaal Tslne. J. Elegant Dress Entts, Cutaway or I rlnce Albert, SIS', actual 6T.0 Men's Overcoats (Beavers and Kerseys), $;aetnal vale,Sll. set) llress Overooat. all wettTits, 8; actual value, 1. e Oveteoats. all shades. $il! actiiBl value, Mt. HleisantFHr iteavers. Kerseys, Montarnacs, fclystans, Ae,$ts? enstoBi tailors charge 0 Kvery Rarment guaranteed as repre sented or Taoney refunded by the ONE-PRICE InHlTB BU1LDINC, 311 Seventh St. N. W. CONSIGNMENT SALE. THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUPAcrrunnD rnr thk AMERICAN LIIEOGIIER MAMUFACTURIHG COMPANY, Limited, MIC F Street X. W Wnslilngton, . C. Works at Benmng's, D. C. TtlK SAME IIOHSK-rOWKIt FOIl OXETBNTII OK TUB COAL. Ksllmnlcs furnished for this Knslnoor Momentnm KnorirUnr, whereby partlei ran liso Kloclrlclty for I.lslillnir Purposes, using their iritent boiler and engine, rrnrtog tho light tost merely tho price of putting In tho RncrgUi-r and Dynamos, will nut ulngnv mora tuel, and giving Increased results la boisc-povrer for tbe Mcara evaporated. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, MAKE TEA O.t COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor sumrac: use, as the In stant the cooTcing Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOIt SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest; 9b52bK tJzIun&t'1 " yHW it' Thm; trunk hcahe rnoM KiiEE5Siaitl STJY YOTJB TETJIKS AM HAMESS 486 8stk St K W., HOTELS JLKB HMiiTJLBHJ.NT. NEW YORK BUFFET, Batfat SaMl PHMSt IaHUW mt tmm mVf IW jAjia h. ooimua, rim WASHaMIMK. B. & Kmw mw Mavy HiiaiJTfW fmm mmmm. rpi W Kw 9Hm W" 9 Sf tB? BHi (TliLLUaiM w WmmwmmLm- fBaw la MaMHP H& 1 s v.iixm'mwaL, SntTB kTKJaJR AMO fA AVK L WJUiOKY . PruneWt . CtMG HOUSE $1.15 and $ 1 .50. IN 10 03 13 HMW, IJY THE -AT- mxi to Oda-PUows noil w aitx -w&'&m AU W Hwmmm kmmUal Sea4. BoUa alarsiaW Waataaato 9mU. cor- ar Mo auaat aaa tssVaaa avwiw. WE U. QALT ft CO. fcERESP RAlI.nOAIIS. nfillimorctt Ohio iiaUrentf." PetWotrt rn efTeet Kovetnbe , 10J. tear Wiwbhrgton from siatlcm corner of Wew itnttf avenne and (' atrec. PMI CmeAno and Worthwest, Vetlbnled .UnillW extrwt dally It SO a tn. etpr' 8.pm. mcinMiti,ft. Louts and Indlanapo'ls, enweaa Hy. atrd 11.SB p m. FoaTiTTSM'rji and crereland, express dally, a.Warn and nmnm. Pop lutMTim and pofnts in the Mianadoah vajjey. tftHOaw. Fob WiwBtatiK and way stations, J.S0 p m. Ptm I.tthat, a an p m. Fon DAttismac. week days, 4 05, a 00, a $5, 7 0, 7 80, (8 OT -mlnn tes) 8 SO. 0 OS, 1 1 09, (rt to 40-ninntes) a m. t 10, ta. t w, ol ta, mhintB5. S ft. 4 , 4.00. (5 ot'. n mlnntss), S 06, &. w, s eo, t n, a., i ,, 7 i 9 to, to a) and 11 p m Snndays, 4 0 7.90, 7 SO. 8 1), 9 SB a m. (is no, v mhinte), l no, us, 9 , S. 4. (5 00, 4 minutes), 5 06, t.V), 8 IV 8.SM. 7 SO. a.nrt, 10 SO. 1 1 80 p m. Fon Wat Statjoss betwren Washington and Rattlmnre. 5 00 8 r.1 a le a m U.I0, S , l so, 8, 7 SO, 11 SOptn Rnnday.s, 8,10 a m, 1.00. S.5 4 SO, 6 90, 7 30. 11.10 pm. Tbaisw isatb llslUmote f(r Washington week days, 00, 6.90, 8 so, 7 15, 7.), a rn. 8.80,8, .S0. ir.P. to.Sla m: 19 01, ijio ..iS0..r, 4.n, ii.00, 600, a a, 7 m. 7 so. 7.10, 8.80, 0 f , 10.10, 10.0and !1 01 p tn Inn days 6J, 7.15, 8 80, 8.15, 0 T, 10.1, tO 11 a Bit It 09, 1.0S, 910, 9.S0, 4.11. 5 00,6 tn, 7.0V 7.80, 7.40, 8.80, te .10, 10.90 and lt.C0p m For AnsAmLrs, 6.S1 nnd 8.S0 a m. 1 10 aad 4.18 p rn. Snndars, 8i a ra, 4.SJ p m Leare Annapolis 6.W, 8 17 a ra, 19JM. s W p m. bnmlays, 8 SO am. 3 55 pm. For STATtoKS on tho Metropolitan nr.inch, 16.30. J.So a m, JI.1S P tn- Forprlnelnit stations only, tio.46 a m tl.so ami ts.so n rn Fon OAiTHiBSacna ard Inter-nedlate points, PPx WS? ntM J-' . '. JlOtO, Ml.lp m. Fon Dwtij'b and Intermediate stations, 7 .00 p m. CnrRem-nAii leaves Washlnatonon8andiy at 1.18 n i m. , stopping at all stations on Metmrollinn tlranrti. For FntnanirK, t4 30. t3 90, M.90, tlt.10 a m, $1.15, t.1 SO. t1.S0 p m. Fon IIasprstowh. tl0 40nm and MSflp m. Trains attire from Clilmiro delly II Mn m nml I 4ipm; from Cincinnati and St. f,ouls daily .1 5u m and 9.05 p mi from riltsbtirg 7 10 a m. 5 to p m dally. ItOYAL BLUEI.tNK FOR NRW VOIIKAND rMLADELPtUA. Fon New York, Trenton and the Rast,l.on, 18 00, siO.00. s rj) a m. 1 50. 3.r0nn1 I0 V) pm. liLffet 1'arlor I'ars en all dny trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10.90 p m, oren at 9.00 pm. For Boston, '2J.0 p m with Tnllm an nuffet Hleeria Oar nmnlntr ihrnaph to tloston without change, Tla t'oiuhlieepsle llrldge, IsndlPR pajsenuors In D. it. station at lloton. Fob rmt.Alir.LrntA, 4 05. It.OO. siO.00, li.00 noon, .'.v, '5 oo. J.15and lO.TOp m. FnnNcwAnK.Fel., Wilmington and Chester, J 03. t.s.eo a m, si j co noon, 2.50, J nu, ms, and Mpm. I.'mlloil pxpross stopping nt Wltmlngt.m, only sio.00 n m. Fon iNTrrvrniATK polnis batweon ntltl' mot o mil Philadelphia. tJ.CO and jr.M a m, 9.15,.li5pm. Trains l,ro New York for Washington, 0.W, til 30 a m, i.co, 3 OT. 3.co p m ami 12.15 nldht. Trains leavo Phlladetphln for Washington, 4 91, .8. 8, I196 n m, M.W. I II, '8.05, 7.3 p. m. ron Atlantic Citt. 4 08 nnd 10 00 nm, 1J.0J noon. Sundays, t 05am, WO) noon. tKxccpt Knndny. sniUiy, (Sunday only. Bscgsgecalldl for and ohnched from hotels and residences by ftilun Transfer 'o. on or ders left at ticket offices, 019 and tail ra. are. and st depot. J. T. CHIRM.. CH AS. O. SCUT... Gen. .Manager Hen. Pas. Ag't. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To Ihe Nortb, West and Southwest. Double Track. Fplendld Scenery iteel Itutls. Magntttcont Kunlimiunt. In Frrict N'oromea 4. Trains Icato Washington, from station, cor ner of Slitli and II streets, ns follows: Vim riTTSM-Nn and the West It est i; t M ess ot riilltnan Voitlbulo Cars . . mvritft, i.ini- nt 10.5O a to dalh : Past Une. 10.90n mdallr in Lincngo. uuiumuus nml m. Louis, vrllh Meepliiit I hts from llarilshurg to Indlia Htsills, Pittsburg to Ciilumhus; Mlo.iui o c bb-ago. t. IahiU, ChlCdKO ami C'lnclumil (xircM. 3 80pm dally l'-r'or t'asWAih iKgloo lo llurrlshutg, and Hlwj.ilni t'irs IlnirUburoo M. LojIs, ridotri aud 'm cttinatl, nnd Dining Car llarrlsbtirgto St. Louts, ChkMgo and C'lnolnnntl Western KxtreMat 7.40 pm dady with iteetdnz Cars VI ashliigton to t hliago and St. Loul', lonrHi'lIng iliillv at llarrl.bur with, through Meeptirs for fyOiilsrHleand Mem phis. llHlman Dining Car Pittsburg to llli'hroond and hlcago. luelrlo Kxi.rrtu, 10 W p tn dslly f ir Pittsburg and the iv,Mt, wbh through Hevrer to Pittsburg and Pittsburg to Chicago. 1IAI.TIMOKE AND POTOMXC ItAILHOVD. rR Kaxk. Cuiiandalgua, llikilimiter and Ni agara Falls itally. except Sunday 9 10 a ra. I'oh Fate. Canandalgna and lloclUMtar dally; fir IIbIThIii and Migjri dally, exoeiitHa urday. W.00 n in, with Sk-eplog cur Wash Ingion to Koebestvr. l'o WiLtiAMsi-oitT l.ock IIaen and KlinlrA. Bt lOJJCa in dally, tie.t simdiiy. For U'illun.isiht. dally, S an p m rVRpMiLAUEU-HiA. Xw York and (Im But. 7A0, .w II ttl nd 1 1 J a tn, 9. W, .l. M, S4D.ll .60 and 11.90 p ra. On Sundir. 9.00. 11 40 a n. 9 W. 315. 4 , IOOOan.1 llJ?m. Uniltwl Kxpns of I'u.lmin Parlor CVirs. wtih Dialog car Hultlmoru tu New York. 9.40 a ra lUlly. uxtwpt Huiiday Foa Xw Yok only, Uoiltad KxproM with Dtulsg Car. .(H p in d dly. Fim I'HiuuiLi'HU i.nlj Fast Rxpress S 1 a m wk days ant I i m dally. Kxpraas, MiBilay only 5.4U p m. FoBlkMruK wlllioul change, 8.10 am wtwi dais and S.1S ji ru nrerr dar. 1'uh l'iu klyn, N. Y., all through train aoa- et at Jvrsty City with ImmU of llroikiyn Anax aSurdb g diract tranfrto Pulton treat. aToWlagUouulu ferriage across New YcrkCHy. Foa Atlatic Citt, 11.10 a in waek-dayi, II JJ pw aaiiv. For HALTIhORB.aO,T.9i),S 10.9 00,9.1). 190, WW. HOjual 11. Maw. 1405.9.10, 9 15.3 3), 4 ML i .m, 4 J. , 5 . (). 7.4J, 10 ID aitl l!lin. u madsy 9U0. 1)05. 10..V). I W aw, 9 10. S1VS3U, )(, SAO. 5.I,5.W.W, 7 40 KM awl 11.90pm Fok Pwk's CuarK L1J.K. 7 99 a Ul and 4.W u Uuli) , uxcapt uoday. Fob AkXAruLH. 7 91 and 9 00 as, 1105 ail 4.99 p m dally, except buoday. luad ays 9419 a w aad 4 99. WASUIGTOK SCIUTHEKS RAILWAY la Erracr Noaan 4ru, Uuo. FiNt AUXAklMiLA, 4 , 9 35, 7 IV 9 10. 9 II, W57an,!9J4BKa,9bMJ0.t A 4 51.8 01, KM. Wl5aad 11.99 im. iMiauudayat 4 w, 7 43, 9 15. WM a w, ijO, 6 01. 9 v. aid I) pa. AicuaiausuTHtk for Quaatleo, 7 U a in jud 4J tt ia tMtkday. T 45 a in Miudays. Fua Nuuaoau aid ba kulb, 4 40 at 1.5, a m daby. Actusaamdatloi. 1 O j) m week days. Tvaii-s lrave AUxaadrta for Wadiligtua, tt u5. 7 1 5. s.te. 9.W. lu 15. II 07. a m: t -4J. i uj. D50.3 Itf, W, 7 5.9 91, 10 37 aud II Mum iu maday at 9 to aad 11.9." a u, .' W. 5 10, 711 7 X9, 9 tu aad IlUt p to ib katead laioeawibtuattaeotii'e, untu tk.t tuner ut TUrletutkstreet aad J'em.-.jl ui'M uvtuu. ai.d at tae bla'na, wUtu oruerscau tw M t for t be rbecklug of bw gage tu diistiiw kn f row boluU n t rest deLiee t UA. K. HUU, J. K WOUD, General Manager. Ueu Vmt. Ageur JOHNP.AGINEWcScOO U kalaaalili oast ItetaU Oaalers la Wkatk ad Getrp's Cieek Ceil, Qrfis.lt: Mil Fa. av. Wwooran Bollliag). YARD: Cur. H at- and IM. aye- TLiU?aflia: Oataa, HU Yard. 9?i. mmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmimmmwmmwmmmwmmmmm MKUIUAX. "WE CURE MEN". Of ! huu. 1. U j. I X ai.n Ut i. II t lsLl - . i hi V "lb tit 4 lsle kl .jC4ioto JtmitfU i- u muuvpviyoj OUR MEW 0SK K"iT '."y NiEti STAY CURED," X pieacnM aaa tsuiy sw Oorw If Hullii osii stet-IAc 'orlbei.ttfiAl.icfc! ft Ibis 0 rsae UBU .IUIMV M I- We bare . I i H'i f j. Ij U. 1)1 1 i t I- jti.BA. a .a i... ..-- u9fimun I 19 llunT ValtU. lit m U f.r. Ci'i'abti.tC"lwba u.J l)t-t FtptYIOYAL HILLS i mW4 C VH ltafcUAAaa 111 sil. I lftfe,.i U- ... 141. - ' (Mb BrudVt 1 11 u .ttl Ur- J IB ru WsM sV L i asn J - - liiUutj TusV. HtA vlbi t ts fcf u k. ulav I "U. ii. I iu, i-av Z?'' 4UM." m lf i j Mail. A i A Htollfcm.ir OMVl t- SUmUmm W 'bmA X' JPl TO t VATS.j biusakHaa si 9 urSsuikfias aas 1 1 wfc ii as. ST OUeaW I raBasWijAl i R!m ! Vv