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THJffi DA t J,T CIUTH . tt I TNI SHAY EVEXINR. NOVEMBER 2(J, 1890.
TlIE DATLY CRITIC CUT BWOIAM. 0r Tartwr FnrnltTIa. Bb fetm Cash "ai fw.t Cv int ntt witcs. s r . tm mm. tnm. TMJMK etaiM r f mt hisd to bar a par tar itrtfe M We eHUt Jfovstati Kttrftlfcn' New !! rSttorK mLltol Joja KMn, tfc ptoww installment msn, eentSlty toewMrt at ns and a h t r st nmlm mm Jnst retained from tire east ern mTt wris an tmmne snprdy of all kimt of Ofmwp)'H swkK carpets, nora. tii(t. te. Ton can fnrntsh jnar boas t ro relist to sjwtwt, t this stora. with cash prices, m tM rastatlnwrit plan. Tl RELIEVE DISTRESS. lite Central Mixtion (Urine the I'mtr a ltwiMn Tor Thankfttlnpw. Th Central Union Minion room Ill's rooming; prewnteil the appearance of t warehouse In which was stored large mmntltle of meats, rtgeta.td.es, fUur, meal, confections, clothing, etc., donated for the poor. A member of the Mission said that the contributions had been m liberal this rear If not more fa than last vear Three hundred dot lata In money, beside provision ami ilnthlnc, bad already been received with more to come. The Jllsslnn will take a different p.aa this year In relieving the wants of the poor, and will not give a dinner, as wss the esse last year, over the Centre Market, when able bodied men, who wcte not really In distress, crowded the room, and who had been provided with tickets from a sontce unknown to the i Hirers of the Mission. This year the churches have made a canvass or the ror!n their rispecllve parishes, an I those poor people recommended by Ibem will be vIMied at their homes and n Hi ved by a special com ml I tee from the (Antral Union Mission Tonal Drank In Water. A Vmnquot was enjoyed last night at tic Kcnmore Hotel by the Veturati Good Templars' Association, at which wcie present a number of Good Tcmplats from abroad, who wore at tracted to the city by the twonty-llftii anniversary cclebtatlon of the ortranlzt Hon. Toasts wire drnnk In watur. the flist one, "Tbo lllgbt Worthy Grand Lodge," bring responded to by Dr. Otontryalaka; "The Grand LoJjre of the District of Columbia," by 1'ast Grand Chlof Templar W. 0. IVrry; "Minnehaha, the Mother Lodge of the District," by Tast Grand Vice Templar Mta. E. A. Chambers; "The Uress'by JMltor B. W. llusll of the Uraftman. A N. CanHuld was master of cere ir.ci.lee:, and Mrs. Uesde Starr KtelTor hs unc of the prominent Udlt-spresoDt. I'tcIo (Hub lintnrlxlniiient A most enjoyable entertainment an I 1' p was given at the Nitlonil Hlll'i' A mory last evening by the Coin it Mi ( tele Club, ami the hall was crowded Iv the friends of the club. Amnnt tl cm who contributed to the enjov n i ct of the evening were; Mrs. I! W. I-UI, Carnsna and Shetldnn, Frank llstrlson, Jnhn Nolan, I 'ro lessor K Itapprecbl, 311m Katie Wilson, I'm fiwor l)lchofT. the Pastime Club, MUa Margin rile Nolan, Miss My Ikutello. Mle Mario UruggaxI, G'liitle H West, ami Means. Holmes, Gnlllhor, (ielbel nod Mowers, a mandolin qmr utte. Tit hhont fur 11 3fadl. The Jltssrs. Gall, j tilers, Imvij o mpletetl tbe Washington lltmUl gold n cdal, which w 111 be shot for to-morrow til Hut barracks by marksmen of the DUtilct National Guard. The condi tions of tbe mutch are as follows: Open to all cnmml'slonml nltleera and enlisted men of the National Guard who have made a score of not lew than Clout of one full score In the regular range practice of thU year nail who lihve sever won a medal, badge or other Individual emblem la any rltia tratch. DlstsBce, 300, :i0, 500 and CiTO yards. Stven sbou at each dU taece." Sir. Wlll.ua Wlaau llrliio. Mr. lUrry II Willsoe ami MIm Uulse I.Isette Grtetbaiter, daughter of Mr. aw Mrs. J, A. Giles baiter, were unltd la marriage la4 eveuiu at the First Pre Hitiian Ubiitrb The oreujony was I ci formed by ibe llev Dr. SumJwlaivl. itt church wm Ailed with the fiimwls i f ihe happy couple. MUa Anaie it (iiiebmitr, ihe aisier f the bride, was a pretty and gractiful bfidestuald, and Mr. tm V. Aadrt w ncU-d as best mta. After tbe eefcmosty a liMgely ai tended iiceptkM wm heldatihe rldeate of the bride's parcuu, Wj Ninth street i.. nhwest. , I'iKttv Wavddlu;. A very pretty weddlag was celebrate 1 icrtay ai Tilaity UHuteb, when ' a Hassle I. tile sum! Mr. Guy It l ui' Mnitrd in HMwrlajte. Tne i it assMiy i4.i futuMrd la tbe preseute 1 a bMM uuaibtr o tritads by tfee i'.i v. 1H. Addikoe. iMStur of the eburch. Jn io4Ut. l aiu r the voeaioay 11m I I i. Vft iv!!' kfi WtnklisHf trip i i. snbJi tk K-t ia ihs-lr Ntiura Mt. . .1 Hi rVae iU re.lk at m U i-i kMnliiM. MUUtHm at a SUII. rtaspsay B, WablisUMi Wgkt U f. Rtry C(p, iMttiWaifHl It social mms vUll cuwfitiMtMy hop at I lMjr mfrwiititl. wet & iwnM haitw '.eillataBalsAHAf- Tfcn iriswisjiUtriif wsirr l xttU-U. U Hu. yraak i uiad, W. McLatal i4 H T -4t, if W aKLw4. (a. V. i.mwm. K. T. Scui, O. 4- Uuga, . Tfcao aod M . WetU. l:ulUf HM friKa(Hr, I Ti- op 4 d tfce U. C K. U . iodat '!. roaasasaii of l'pti Hirry lisrbet, v i 1 il(;bf ab: Th4lMglvtag l4y by L..!dis aaottaU'l dirUI tsi a lwge Adkl u tia BMisbuig ad. seat tfca vtt Ugc. Tlwv will 4 ikuMtjfk Um fU- flasV-awa'lip lasi ajsarp SiWK9pajF aBffil flPWa iiAtsk triS hv nomyuHf and ajassw S? Sa. arrajaa a SSaSSwai, i j aS JiaBpwpa ajpwa a SS i ui et Mi TIioswm ML fiowjf i a Msteja wjr wtku jwm h u &) Tals3 ad saw grewsja is rii kmmm temw m olkWi city. aa.aa.4aa , Iilrai l,lt' hvtr stas nwoil tin suJuumj ut Diutd i 4, m a i,it. fm u bUoud . i MMfjjJP im ritr . a iiwaat avttisuav ' balaad mshtJy wiib rtta ' It hat i Maflaed i tae llij. c mi louad ful i saj aaan elaus' It aaa buca laated I W IMii IB febpdllWttAal fji aUMM WiaVh AtlaV- i ix tSKMSW! Fur Ibioat aad Lung JJmi 1 stiff. JuaVswy asaaaaai Avat lifl' ..-ca. I badac. tu4 uiu. r m.nit.lutf Uum lavpovariiljcil i. iLrr ta nutblin like Or. rVrce'h n Mtiliitt! Dun "Very - Wui-ld rv : j . ..i 3ivUi in Itiut'. FOP THE CRMPr0NSB!r Hi rowihall (lame Itsiwrnii frrrrs tenft anrl Colnmhtn Mtevt, Tn football thmptrlilp will be tfaeMeri t Capftol lark to morrow. The contesi will be between th Colrtth bfa awd the Georgetown, and m each Iwt clalnwri the champiomhip an In ttwtlt fme may be looked fm The two elevens hare met but once this year, on the grounds of the college team, ami th Geotfetownt were awarded the tame thntigh the refufal of Colnmbfa to cwrtlnW, alihongh the score was In Its fftfor. Thlx has led to considerable talk of bNl blowl existing between the two teams, and the Impression seems to hare gone out that the game to morrow woum be of ihe "sbiMlng" order. Tbe WMBasrtrs of both teams and the plr.ym d prerate nch talx 8o far aa tbey sre CMCtrmnl the fame will be ptdtrtly on its metlts, ami the gaibltd lepoils which were given out sf r ihe lst ffsmt- will not be alio veil tn en ale any III feeling lwtween the two elevi n. As a matter of fact there was no tmi at tl e former game, any more (hit a dlt me which ended In the Oo liimbli wtibdranlng from Ihe Held. There was no right or anything ap proaching one. The men of both elevene lnve been In active tratntng for to morrow's game, and it will undoubtedly be the event of the year. Thf Geornetowns liavlne won the game last year from the Duponts. on Thanksgiving Day, have liccn considered the champions of the District, acd they will strive bird to maintain the title, while the Colum bia! will do their utmost to obtain It. The team work of the Georgetowns has never been so iffectlve as this season, snd they look lo that factor to win the game. Undoubtedly both will have thilr hands full lo win, and the game promises to lie as closely contested as any ever played here. The teams will line up as follows: c . c. POSITION. riKOmiBTOWl, Welsh Hlg!it cm! MrCoy Wells night tackle Denver I.enl Itlelit guard Smith Wade Centre O'Donaell Itsnler beflKiisnl Ditty Hjnwe Left tnekle Dyer Taylor lft eml Cleary Emery tjuarler back ltencher Veary 1 f Djer lltitterwortli V ....Half backs Keyes Hsrban J I ltanesberg Full back Fleming llnth aten l'lneil. Two coloretl men, Prank Junlan and Huddle Drown, were In Police Court to dny charged with being participants In n disorderly assembly. Yesterday Drown went to Jurdan's house In Ding niHti's alley and Interfered In his do Hustle affairs. Jurdan.who was oat ing his dinner, ordered htm out of the l-.ou'o anil because ho did not go he as saulled him. A colored man who was piiscnl took it levolver from one ot the nan ati.l liuiiul it over to (llllcer Mc ( nntrk. Hr was unable to say who ti i' Wi apoti belonged to. Jn.lie Mlllor tlm it im'Ii of Ihe men ami ordered iln- 'i olvt r tumeil over to the pr iperty c i 'k WiIrIiIk him! .ItriiMirea. 1'raiik Aldiich, tbe Sealer of Weights Bid Meatuies, In bis annual report to Ihe C'MnmUtdoncis, states that during llojcar ho msdu 3,075 inspections of Kales ami measurea In stores and maikils In his district, receiving $-i;U ',';i In fee?, while tbe evpenses of the office were ?1,00S. Twelve scales stil twenty four measures, principally tbe propttiy of hucksters outside the matkbi, were condemned and confis cated, lie recommends that a special law be made and a sptclal measure be ustd for tbusnluof oystirs; also that In the future tbe Sealer of Weights and McRf tins be paid a salary Instead of re ceiving fei, as is done at present. t'liarcett With Mealing Chicken. Numbers of reports have lately been made to tbe police of stolen chickens ami the oiUccis have been Instructed to keep a caret ui loolcout fur chicken thlies. Yesterday OlUcer Williams asMttslned that Dennis Fealy, who It is tt grocery store at the corner of Four Heath and Q streets, hid purebasod some fouls at a ridiculously low figure, lie tohl the olBcer that the mart would piolably be in again dutlng the after noon. The man came In soon after waids Hitb a basket of dressed chick ens on his arm. He was arrested and locked up. At the station he gave the name of Henry Harris. Trolling races at HouaiaK's TbaelkStfivUiir l)j at 1 l' u. AJmlkm frex. An Art Ktlilbltluii. A jutlliuluary ami informal exhibi tion of some of tbe pal all eg of Mr. T. K. Meteyard was given at tbe reUeae of Mr. ItU'bard Ilovey, 145 Indiana avenue, Ibis afternoon frow Vi to 4 u'efcek. There were about thirty rive pictures dUplayed, waay of tham U r colOfa, the beat being "Fog off XkWfauiullaad" ami "MllgUl." Of tkae ia oil "A Street la Loadon" acd' 'Xi tre Damt" were ualwraally sdmlreU by the Urge (.umber of per mm who attended lis exbiUlion. Try H-ltJ. Hiulti frotM 11m Kw)ilrtjir, IJetaa AllftlJ. who boss bee eieik Ug is Sifcuutl Uvtagftoa's tiofe, w Fci r std a ball stntH, was before Judge Kill, r tills wntalag, cbasiHal whh Ur rey ftoaa bit employer. He had from tiau to tisa Ukea gMuJs froa the , whkb aegreeaittd $13 ia valise. Tsve ac'Oda is ail nseoveted. Youag Att Uitl cmu hmt frosa Bliiuire live .. asjo, aad told tbe JuJga h had uvcr steest atnrakd befofe. Ttetaa ba)(Med was 15. md m Use yttaosvaf could aot pay U W bad to go to jii. Btikelty i pure. CajtlMa itt l.laitnsa MM. TbenUUof "Kftiker, tkve BMUli ful Queen ' m giwa last dkt at Lawla Music HaDbeforu a lage aad travicitllve ii.udUace. Mr. AataTuoy A. Ismaa vaa tage aaaaager aad Mr. J"ba 4. Hoc tier luiulnd din do. The cast of i.brxA'r isubrsAied the MUaei Ftosa M H .IdeL. Mark Hmwkol.Jva U liwU aad Batbara Mate-. Measrs. (ieirse Teny. Jva aad Uenjaatis Tajb r aad C. V HobtU. Tkwsse were ass dassia vadyy tl3A tHrels of Pf o fcaagf Vtiidiya. JSwkelej puu r vbthky. Jubjs Cailakait. tka ex aaeaaastsaff ia F"ssssa' nBajssBwaKBaaBTa waaisar isft aissBWVais'sp li AM VaMt tflaMJaaafcafl HBlfflaVt aUaVtl &&&QQU. kctiar of Ws eiy. who va Mipooi la ItiM teaw ysftfideiad aj; lfiaffl i. Ui alive. 4 letter dated l&sgaSw an4 Tilun fsoss Qm aVoidtesa' HmaW a flail ia Qhla kaa beesi TtfilTiai Jioaa tla4 cfulttHiIwt to tbi city et ummtt, 14 fct gate, J l' (tuatt. 5tV- ptwt. - haw trttti -ga.a'."""' aaaJaat i aillk CaibUU; Chuxufcw io-sao scar the kiwcisJ prayef tut tUa awUae if tbeaUo wlfl Uread- Taiswayw was ccuipuatd by Tataa-o CauoJI. lie njst prk-at ekvated to Ike Epiopacy u tbe t'atboUc Cbur b of Aiwerkd. 'ilia1', "l- f'A' UurUiaT cat- BLIND AND DEAF. Two I'nfettnnaieii Hnre n iSrintbbte lhat icwrls In tfewrt, Wettbwi Thornof, Mtml nran, and Ttrchtwd Slaugb-et, a dnf rnun, stood btor. Jndge Miller In th Police Court this morninir. The former com pml that the latter bat! commute 1 an nnprorokiMl assault rtptm him. "Yon e," said Thornton. "I was go ing Into the alley on C street, between Fonr ami a half and Sixth streets, when Slaughter bit and threatened me. I wanted to see whether the Lodge of Mo, No. 59, was going to hare a meeting, as I wanted to attend, ami did not even say good morning to the man." "What explanation ha! you to make for threatening this bUrid man," asked Judge Sillier. Slaughter was as deaf as an adder, ami Dick Anderson tried his sonorous voice first on one ear and then on the other, but could get no resporrse to his Honor's questions. Slaughter said he wanted Thornton to keep out f the alley, and had told him lfcrr Y"ii don't own the alley," remarked tbe Judge, "ami you can furnish a bond of $200 to keen the peace." Complain nl the Street Vendors. The Itank of the Itemibllc, Saks A Co., LAnshurgh and other merchants on Seventh street have requested Lleulen atit Amiss to prevent tbe banana and candy venders from standing on Seventh strt et with Ihelr catls A number of them have been arrested and fined, but they would Violate tbe law within nn hour afterward. The District Commis sioners who license these venders for n rotislderallon of $25 will bo requested to Issue an order to have them keep off of PLVtnlh street. The question has Iwcn raised whether after receiving the license they can issue nn order of this character. Lieutenant Amiss says that he Is determined to abolish this nuisance If he has to put oflicers on the street In citizen's clotbes and nrrest every one that stops unless to make nn actual sale. ltnrlnc nt Henrilnc'. There will be n trotting and running meeting at Ilcnnlng'a to morrow, for which no chargo will bo initio for ad mission. The entries for tlio llrst two races are ns follows: First race, for pacers II. U. Hedfonl, er. . Illue Dick: M. Slnsheimer, b. g. Mill a Mose; 11. F. McCauley, b. jr. Neil 11. Second race, for trotters 11. F. McCauley, rb. h. liijlj; V. I). Denny, b. m. Nellie 8 ; D. tUmfflit-lmer, !r. m. Annie A.: F. M. Dranej, r in. lltlen Davis; O. l Zitrhorst, rh. g. (icorgefiheeii. Tlio entries for the running races will be announced to morrow. In the morning n prize shooting match for turkeys will take place. r VMt Uiillfurnla unit tlin Fr ff'.t tin !'i m.trlTKliln llnllriiad Ooniiany, roestbly mi neir feature ever InaiiRiiritett 1'jr I lie IVnnevlvdiila Itallroail C'ompaiiir has attracted such universal comment aad at tention as tlm acrlea of tours It bit an imiini nl, to 1h) run early In flll to the far I'sclAc cosst. Km li tour will t Hintted to inn lnn.drwl puMenaern. nbo will travel In a l'ulltiisn veatlbole train, furnlabeil with Hie liunrlmiK aiMliilmjnii of tbe rli liest iii-me. wltb lailltn' innl'l, stenographur ami t)K-willr, llbrarj, ImIIi ami barber, nml MiinUnir mid lllirury room, and an otHer vatluii cur In irutli, n bxm t repro'ltn Hon of the famous Pennsylvania I.lmltixl. The ttrat tour leavts New York February Ttb, and sjieeils rttrci tly to the scene of the fa mous Martll Grit at New Orleans, ami then out to SouUiern Csltforula. anil illrectly Noiili Id San Frsuclaro, where! lie unre atrli'teU liberty of three wliole weeks U al loweil. after whlcli tbey Join the special train for tlielr liotnewnril-lioiiml trip via ."alt I.nkeCUv, Colorado Sprlnga, Denver, Dinaba ami IiIchho. In tin. i'lfcllon ot ttt Tourist Agents ami C'bapeious till eonipsii) biscboaen thum wltb a Pivotal view to tlielr ritneat, ami wbatrvtr lenili to tbe tourUt's comfort or Interest l sMtirrtl by tlielr pressnee. No tuili opportunity ba ever before been pre tented to tbe ioile of tbe Kast of titer ouglily aeelug the vaat domain ot Hi country tbey to valiantly boaat of, and at nidi a 'beautiful seaaon of the year. Tbe rate for tbe rouu.l trip of tbU first tour U tail 8?S, wlilch lucludea not only all uece. aary traveltus; expense to San FriitcUco aiui returu. Lot side trips to tbe most at tractive reaort ia California, meaU ra mutt, and several carriage ami stage rldea of Intel est. Nam are now being registered for eaeh of tbe tour, ami application for Pullman aeeownoiUllous ami itineraries sbould tie made to Mr. lieorge W. Hoyd, Allant tieaeral I'asseeger Agent, S33 south Fourth itieet, PbilaiklpbU. CIiuiil-kI Her Sllml OuluUly. Klltt Randolph went before District Attorney Malowney this morning aad sore out a warrant against Simuul Hanks for an assault upon her. An hour later, when she appeared as prose ruling witness before Judge Sillier, sbe positively denied that sbe bad beaa ai saulled. Judge Miller expressed a wUb that she could be prosecuted for perjury, and gave bar a severe lecture. Holiday Neckwear. K. IlobltuOB A Co . 11 Pa. ave. M. w , have a very acieet oa MMtaMrat iu I'uffa, Itou Teeka atal Four-ia-kaiuis. All the aatw color and ctuubi catloa. llie C'ttUH.b la h New llula. From m Xtuwt (A J t t'otf. The Chine ia Newark aelabrata) TbaakstiWiaa Diy "saiaelike Mulicaa" Aeidiag to a lab daaltr ia Cttalre Market lbir turkey is a eoddab, aad pi ef el ably a live usw. ltdacd ltate.a iu Otula, PU,, rlwwiat Aatloual I'tiwan' .lllausa.vla I'aaa )Iaula KatlroaU Chuuiutiir, For tbe leaastt ot tboae deairiag to attend tbe aaaeiiut of tbe Kabaml Fatsaats' A1H ai.ee at Ocala, Ft., Uecasasar 1 to IS, tbe Pjui)lvaila Ksilrnsil Cotupaay will pi ttvfcau tt raUaJ Bo5,"to AlSo vtmlr w aad W, luuMed to aatttsa tut thirty days treat date ef iataja. Wawiw tav Ilia Uje t'rui Mumetft 1 tily. lie That uuut yosuler was oace tbe weJlbUt asan ia the Mormon Church. Sbe What broke hint? He A auddcii change ia f wbioaa. Bermuda HotUed. -l sMaws za ta atcrmniln. W wt 4w . i still aei itst rwaasiaal' Me law t&e eaawtakcioiM.'' HsU, ejltclur, I can sUfural inrllher tke Hsave smup I tie buue)." -Well, U isuii ia Lnswii.ic. try SCOTT'S E PULSION N I or rune nunwcuiAH a am m am. Ms is j-. sb. mm,m mm -. m . . m cob nvta OIL. I JUl' a f, i '" UIKm -. 3ot- i.a i . i m I ectogUMPrianL' Mi vtM.1 it -. i 'uutfh f't ihw-ll'l i 'ti.'u I kc U8iJ u:U ti. U2M i.. 4'iaause i timt taw savaw mu. ti atusmav U aa txke It. oi4' -r tMaw vafclrfc i aaaj H-ava It U i: i tlattlaaU) awoarrtie lit lat.- K-aja)aSiiaMtiile- w k i fc U v ji i'm Tw will a-JJ U liar aaJxr ; .-ujr BVutf.l'l i Uut u. iUo sripaai ton tMVlAt . isexxBtov BB&isiiKW&BMiWMt&EWmT&txZmW M bb "m LfAlli WAH THF POSIT I RT.T nnoTiiRns. sa wurren TIGHTS COMING INTO FASHION. An Antliorttr Bpenlis Interestingly or Female Underwear. From th Xfio l'erk Sun. The queerest eccentricity of sweet woman's whim for black Is the silk tights that have become part of the fash ionable female altlre. Thess tights are just exactly like those worn by actresses on Ihe stage, and are being worn now by the best people as part ot their street attire. The tights are stockings that extend to the hips, just as they are worn on Ihe comic opera stage. The lights are made with what are called "b.Ht top" i fleet and Van Dyke points, tint encircle tbe leg like a band jut Imldw Ihe knee. Tights are getting to be much pnferml to regular sloe kings. They are warmer and belter In mtny senses. Tights are made of black ribbed silk, cashmere, lisle thread and French plaited silk. The ribbed silk tights are tbe best and most durable. They are of Swiss manufacture and cost from $i2r, to $8 a pair. Plaited silk tlirhls cost from $2 75 to $3 50 a pair. You can get enshmcre tights for from $2 Hi to $." a pair, and lights of llle thread areV sold for from $1 95 to $8.7.1 Just what Swiss-ribbed slocking tights look like was discovered nt a ? lance by those who saw Miss Hdlth venward's second dance In "Dwlor Hill." The bewildering effect otbhek and white that made It Impossible for Ihe spectator to determine where the dancer's stocking ended was due lo the Van Dyko points. T 3 ItKAD TI1E TOST OF TO- jtoiinow and tue sr.ut OF THIS KVKNISO AND YOU WILL FIND SOME WONDHll FUL IIA1U.A1NS ADV8R TISBD BY The Combination ISC-n.l.Want WI FSTI1KKV. Corner IStn n. w. AN & SICKLE, Liebig COMPANY'S &Lrf 3 fe EXTRACT OF BEEF 1NCOMPAKABLX IN FLAVOR. I'te It for Hwf Tea. S-mim, Saacaa (Gave, VUU, Jto.) Aaplc- or Meat Jell;. Oaa poaad of Sxtraat of Baef equal to fort; poaads of bean baai . Cdlnlllu only ullll alKiialuru of J. iu l.lvlilsr, ua ahuiiii ulioiu, Iu lilila. THE GREATEST KHOCK-OUT CLOTHING SALE Ou resold. Pilcaa Uowa akr blli. Valut aeattaied to tba four winda. Tail will U taa phraoaiifBa) sato of tba taatut j. iwh val w a wa will (tva will uatr bis aivaa aaala. Hit la ytiwopMortaiittr XB'a Havy Meltoa Oatcoai4. iiJiiU dttfiad fruw SJf Mean cabwhUla Overcoat. 3&T; ra4auJ turn U. Uasfr Ftaa Karaef s, is 79. sadaoud f root $1 KlaaaaS ujt Uinuaul Platan, SS; radaedd froas $14 Haaihmaae Cbtwbilla Ovo Is, aaria liead. m radioed fruas M Carr'aMtStiMi Q orcuata. ta saajsi. vet eollar liiued wtik doaUa vara. b aad till, lawwl. J;idiiead rroai . Men' Uia.-k A.1 wool Caxrtula. ia.Mt r iuirnmm . tu' irtud. Solid BmUusiSuU.li3i ra dU4.ed from B Mm' H'oroad uu, sacks ami tsH sroMd si rtueadrroailSaad.l , 1 ba iaaat taMur-asaaVs Saaaa ijifj Maaka. tbsbow, jadanwd fuss Siuao.ssaaaTtSi SoliS. C tdldras' CtaMfeoalS, bNSf !. U-Kt & diKad fcusa at.SH. tedtud fr IS. VaaeS' Cbevlui O'frrraiits. 9l4g; aadiajseit froaiaa. aWfa' Caiat avarou. U Ui W vH, it reluad ttomAUi t Uldien'. Suit. l ; i4uud trass 4 t ldldica'i. ktta. St raiaaed frcao i W. kv i bd ttio'a Ovarcoal. sde, 1 0 pair Kaaa Faata at Hi J.U HaoT ViuU of oajr own auOAf aetata to t i etattsd af wk 4li prteaa. sue Haa's Cage UvansuaJa ai $4; suld la ei trr atosa for fl3. Tb j(oa4a tf at Ua oritnu WMaad ut will astoiabdi tba ot afoUli'!. Wf i,ui tbaa fal&U iw advattwaiweirt aud i,uiaaUs tba vajuu v-'o a4vartla. ( st. anru xxu k tmi. " w. illlbil tuiuluify. H. FRIKDLANDIE, M Or tfycxjtw&dmSBS&ii liHiIbTKEilJ TaUJ)S MARK. PURE lye OlhUky. JAM EH THARP, ' a 818 F STKEET W. WmmA rl m -. I VE CURL SU New Tori, rrlco 80 cts.1 PKBSTi yitwAUKSK rtKBn. On aeemint of rarity. Age and Blrwuttb. MKDE From the Choicest Matt and tTejw. Especially Oood FOR FAMILY USE. nenefietal for Weak aad Debilitated Persons. It Invigorates and tromotes d'fcestkw, giv ing a notmal tone lo the stomach and thereby increasing the appetite. WASHINGTON DlUNcn, 703-705 Raifh Capital SI, Telephone 27.1. R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. Qrsnd, Upright and Square PIANOFORTES. Speolal attention ot purchasers Is Invited to our "NEW AIITIKTIO KTYLBS. Finlahml In Dmlens nf "II101IBST DflCOItATIVE AUT." rlANOS FOlt HENT Seond-aaad Pianos at All Prlees. rM.IvNABR& CO., 8t7 Market Space. tars.lMShepanl Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called -a GCOO COMPANY a . -K ES, .. This series will be issued in rrontlily pans and will consist or choice worTcs by some ol tiie Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. lm mk M Be Clele k lisilf. No. 1 The Blind Men and Ihe Devili JsrlWiNSAS. tssi yuUawad by Ko, 2-!n Twslj w( Of, Bir fraaefs fomMi Hff 3Tlw MiIFiki Dollars, TVttYXaWHMtiaV Sifljrl Nurajsf?, &0& lM yi (MMakaMyataWS AAi. MMI &M&0 WHJNaV $M$ ill & SHEPARO, PUBLISHERS, uosToar. Great Consignment Sale NOW GOING ON. $90,000 WORTH OF fine Custom-IMe C Oil rentier n: ill rom n lnro;c mniinrncliirtr, nho Is overstocked ntul lit need of Itemly I'nuli. Prices are One-Half of Actual Wholesale W. 86 styles of Men's Fnlts, Its: atlnal value, $tt. (Wtlsof Men's Suits, J8. Including cheviots, Cawlmeres ami Worsteds: worth Si6. . ,. , rt. $10 will bur choice of TO styles Men' Suit', Corkscrews. Chev iots and Fancy Worsteds: actual value. J. Klraiint Uress Suits, Cutawar or rrlnee Albert, 81; aetaal SCO Men's Overcoats (Heavers and Keror), S: actual vslne.ttt, U Dres Overcoats, all welRits, SB; actnal value, tlS. 860 Overcoats, all shades. $ll! actual value, SSI Bleawit Fur reavers. Ktrsej-s,MontBBnac, Hrie i SI! custom tailors clmrga HO Every garment (tnaranteed as repre sented or nioner refunded by the 2SriE"W YOBK ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, SnmiTB BUIUDINC, 311 Seventh St. N. W. CONSIGNMENT SALE. Gas Stoves 1 Heating Bath Rooms, Bed Rooms, Halls, Libraries, &c. AtSO STOVK8 FOR H atters, Tailors, Confectioners, Tinners, &c: WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 411-4-13 Tenth THE MOMENTUM ENGINE, MANUPACTU1IED HY THE AMERICAN EIIERGIZER MANUFACTURING COMPAHY, Limited, MIC Street X. AV., Wasliinglon, I). C. Works at Benning's, D. O. THK SAME IIORSE-rOWEIt FOIl ONE-TENTH OP T1IS COAL Bsllmatea fumkibad for tbls KBglueor Momentum BusraUor, wbarebv pafttes caaBllrlIty for IJalitlo I'arpotes. iwlac their frewat bnttar aad aalsa, npaatsc tbe light tost raerely the prlw of putting la ttw Krglsar aad UyaaBwa. HltUotit uilBKnv more tuel, and glvtag tncrt'aiwd results la horse power .for tbo klaara evaporated. Infringers Will Be Prosecuted. BUY YOUE TEUHK3 AHD IAEIESS 435 Sevaath St. N W., MUTJBLSAJIO UHTJt.VUjLHTS. NEW YORK BUFFET, MTSSffHSWUMTX.W, Itaat aad. fasast TsasKn as taa etty. I- JAM18 M. eSSVJOJU), Ptitsar. MT-SjS " " ' fjHt MaMTT, WAWIUiSTaN, 8. 0. Asaayasul Navy Haaiqaartars. Tear lie Ih iNSaUiSi- aad U Fasatef- T"" awMaar Mta aad lata, ,Wh. WJ,j lAjaAQJ HMMMHAbI Mat BaMMsaV BtWaWXAM HuUf. un mmm 4m w, 4v- Imputing Taili, m p mm wmwm. faUaadWtBtar aawnrtartoa ao ase. tk U tae Masai Lias of WixUoiu Kvar 8mb lothing Street N. W. -AT- aext w oa.l-Fellows Hall iJMt jmwW alwansaaw tiaaaWtwl Bcadt Hwata aaa aftsatam wautoaato aau. cr aaf ffatat asaaaft asat laassuaa ajNaaiaa. ATM. M. SALT ft CO. A TO NIC. H4Mrd AiW PfewfAate. A WMk illflflllslsTII aWai a mnnaialai tfMiia' ILL.! & Wmfwm BHiajBWB"iiaia"S' saaa" ajapKpaaBaa . """ aiirastitlVitaT M mJHttrtlthHai mBA atTlaffifffi'f ih0 jBjPliaSai"" a pHinaaripqafiw a ' W 'Pa""" UrbnstoajRXli,aMisviisa)dauttriy iWaMsl VllftliaT thttd MbMHMl Ito fBBlRp9si. B.K.ciaita.(iaaT,Jl.Y.,sa1i4 "M has piuvmi aaaa saJaW kx Mu waio wHmi; bwm fecuaie I. axae ajuaaw9 BaafrtUna taaHitdoi fcaa. WIWWIiMiVUfMU ot jaaalWal aaj I Ci.CTtuit.-lkf sum UM wrd "slotato- la Pi-utWd uu tua Uboi Ail ataats aid rUiaa. Kaicr ji& ia btilK (osSesP K.Mr ICO AIM. The Groat Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. nwibla TrWPk . rmdtd SrencrT StWl fmns. Msintficent aninpnu-nt Is Trrtrt Nomnsen as, is. Trahis leate VTstiHitoTi, from i'ion,coi w of Mxth and B streets, m follows FVm PiTtswito sad the Vt. fhlraiof-wn Ited Kxpreim ot nsirman VpMtinlo csr t W.90smdstli;fst Mn. !0,S0smdilv te CMrafO, Potnmbm and t. I,nnU, r "i ftrlor i-sr tlanlsrtnrc to flttshnre snd Sleeritne fsrs from llttsbnrtc to Irnllin sriolts, rittfbnr to folnmbtis: Altoonn t CMwhco. .IOfll. CWosko and ('inclnnft'l Esjiress, 8 10 pm dally Piirlor Cr Wnh bafiton lo Hanlsonrr, and Sleeping Curs llsirijhnntfo n Lent, Ctileiwo and I'm elnnatl. and Dlntna; Car Harrhbnre to 8t Lonli, Chteaeo aad Hnelntxtl. Wetorn Bxpressat 7.40 pm ds'ly. with Sler-rln Cars Valilotm to t bleajro and at t (il, etwinectlnir dallv at itarrlburir wl'h tbronub Sleeper ff ImlsTlHi' and Mm phis rnllman Dlnlna; Car I'ittsbur la Itlchtnond and hlcarn. lVtelflo Ksrr?", 10 00 pm dally, fir Plitsbnrxind the Wesf, wlih thronih 8 eepet lo nttsburg and rittslrtiri? to CWcarn. BALTIMORB AMD I)TOMn UAILnOVlJ. Ion KANr, I'anamlnlpia, Rochester and Ni agara FalH dally, f scept Sunday, 8 ia a m For Erik, Canandslcna and Hoeheter dsllyj fur IHilTalD and Macara dally, exrept.sst urday. 10.00 p m, with SleeplDR Car Va,h Inalon to Koehetrr. FWn WitxiAMfroRT Hocheiter and Nlaeira Falls, 7 40 p ra dally, exrept Saturday, with Sle-nln Car fl ahlnton to HoehiMter Fob wiujiMfronr. llen.iTo and Rlmlra, at 10.6C a ra dally, except 8nnday . For Wm.UHsroRT dally, 8 sop m. Fort rniLAtir!.rii!A. New York and the Rast, 7.W,0.tO II oo and II Mam,8.10,s.l3. 1 90, 6 40, tl .Wand lt.15 p m. On Snnday, 0.00, 110 n m,.10,si5. so, 10 00 and 1135 pm. UtnllRl Ksprees of Fnllman lMrlor r ari, with Wntn Car llaltlmoro to New York, fl. W n m dally, except Snnday. For Nkw York only. Limited Kx press with Dlnlnir Car, 5 00 p m dally. Ton 1 niunn.rniA utily. Fant KxpreM 8.10 n ra week dajsnnd 4 pm dally. Bxpres, Sunday only 5 40p m. I'tnBoTnn without change, 8.10 nm week dais snd 3.1pmivery day. Ton lirooKi.TK. N. Y" all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affnrdlrjr direct transferto Fulton street. nToldlngdoutile fcrrlao across No n York City. For AttARTic Cirr, 11.10 a m week-dayl. It 15 pm dally. Ton IlALTiMoni, 0 . 184.108.40.206. 9 00,9.13, 10.00, 10.10, 11 00 and 11 10 am, 12 OS. 2.10. 3.1 3.30, 4 CO. 4 .SO, 1.30, B 00. fi 40. 0.00, 7.40, 10 00 and 11.30pm. On Mimlny 900.9.0 1050, 1140 am, 10. 3 IS, 3.30. 4 CO, 4.80, B.00, B.40, 8.00, 710. 10.0dandll.5pm. Fon rorB CnirK 1 iie. 7S0a m'and 4.30 p m dolly, except Sunday. Fon ANNAt-oM, 7.80 and 0 00 a m, 12.05 and 4.50 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays R CO a m and 4 so p m. WASHINGTON S0UTHE11N RAILWAY Is Errrcr NoTEsmsn 91, 1890, Fon Alexandria, 4 30, n.3ft. 7.15,8 40. 9.1 10.57 n in, U.fl noon, -i 05,3 30, 4.5 4 5 0.01, 8., loir, nnd ti.39 pm. On Similar ut 4 TO, 7 IS, 9.4S, 10.C7 a m, tt.33, G 01, 8 H and 10.03 pm. Accommodation for Quantlco, 7.43 n m and 4.56 p m week days. 7 45 n m Sundays. For ltitiiMoND and Die Honth, I SO nnd 10.37 a m dally. Accommodation 4 3 p ni week days. Tpaih leavo Alexandria for Washington, 0.0ft. 7 1 3.8.00. D.I0. 10 i. 11 07. a m: l.so, 3.00. S.RO.ft.lO. 0.0f,7.l, OS", 10.60 and 11 0.1pm. On Minday at 0 10 and 11.07 am; 3.00,5.10, 7 OS, 7 SO, 9. JO nnd 10. V) p m 1 1ckcts sod Inlormallon at thoofllcn, north east corner of Thirteenth street nnd I'cnnyl ranla avenuo, and at tho station, wharo orders can tie left for tho checking of bag pa co to dentlnn.lon from hotels nnd roil ilence. C1IA8. B, rUOII, J. R. WOOD, General Munuiter. flen. I'as. Agent. ItnllimorciS: Ohio ISnilroml. St'liedule In effect November 16, 13"V. Leavo Valilnnlon from station corner of New Jertey artntie and V street. For CitirAno and Notthwent, Ventlbuled LlBilted exrre dully 11.30 a m. cxpresi 8 30 i m. Von' incinati. Si. LdiiI and ladlanapo l, expiem dally, S . and 11 30 p m. For I'iit-iu rn and t'lereland, expreat dal'y, Warn and 8 64 pm. For I KxiMtToN and polnta In tbe SheiiaJo ill Valley. tli40nm. For WihcHiTr and way Mailons, j.30 p ro. For I.I-MAV. 60 pm. For IUltim i, wrk days, 4 OS. 300, C.",, Tn.f.l,t00 45.mluutra) H.30 9 35.11.01, (I ft 4-iblnuieii) m, 1S.10.4 15, a 3), (1 15, tSmlmit.l,3i. Ifl, I.S0,(SV,45-nilniltn., 3 (, KM. 6 IP, S 15. .. 7 .5. 7.3). Hi, 111) and II to nm Sunday, 1 0. 7.i, 1 ", s 3 1, 9 36 a m. (!.', I5minulwi. loo, i :;ai. 3 A. 5 4.3U (5,00. 45 n.lnu!i,). 5 US, 0 00, G 15, S.KO. 7J0. K.iO 10 . It 30 p m FokWai Statium .l,en W'mhlnjton and HaIttmor, 3.M) Bt5 8 ,k am. U.10.3.J3, 4U), ut, 7 so, ll to p m. snndayi, 8, a oi, 1 n), l. 4 30, S.SO, 7 bO. II. (I p m. Train haix llalllmoio for Waahtngton week darn. 5,00, .), a.50, 7.t5, "), s.00, S.S0, CSS 9,30. 10.SO, 10.35 a m; W0J, l.'IO, K.10, .30. .W , 4 15, 5.00, 6.00, 6.), 7 03. 7 , 7.to, h.30, 9,(5, taio, io.iand il.oo p m sun dar S.30, 7.13. H..i, H..1R, 9.30, 10.J1, 10 -5 a Bli WOO, 1JM, U..J, 4.15, 5IC, 6.W, 1 05, 7.30, 7.40, H.30, li .1", 10.su and ll. 0 p. m rVa ahnapolk, J5 and ax a m, Vi id and l. p hi. tandy. $30 a. m, 4 :1J n in. I,eara Anuapoil SA5, b 37 a m, I'.'.in. J W p m. tnmlj, s.sOh m.as.5 pm. For 1-TiTHiMi no Hm Mstroiwllttn Ilranrb, ttia, l-.Jo a iu, 11.15 p m. t'lTprln-linl slatfuna only, tw.tO a m. il.W and t3.30 a FoKOiitHiataiRoar.il IntermedUte potali, t9.t. jIO.00, h IS., HM tJ.J, M.SJ, 3.15, JUHO, til 35 pm. For IloTu'a ami latarmadlata atatlonnT.OO p m. Cm mm train leaven WashlaatononSualiy at 1.15 i m. .atopplatr at all itjtlonj ou MiHroi ollian 11 rain li For PRCPiRUk, to 30, t 39. 9.30, tll.TO a m, 41. IS, 130 t4.0p. Vor IUbKRTowN, tl8 40 a ra aad ts 30 p m, Tmi. aiilte frtim l hlraa-u daily 11 50am and I 45 p Ba; from (latlauitl aad St. Unlit daily 3 50a m and tM V to; from ritUburfc 7 10 a m, 5 50 p n dally. SOYAL lll.UKI.'NK KOK NEW YOKKAND I'LILADEI-t'llIA. 1 .rNew York. I rul.)n aaa tb4 Kast I0", to, 10.00, ijSOa m, 'JM, .'.(' an I'M to P m. Uuffct Parlor Car or all day train bleeping, larua lb 10.39 pui, oen at y tHJ pin For Irmton, -! p n with fullm an IIuTot MeaplDtf i Jar ruaalair throunb to Hot a without ehaau, U Poujibkavpale itrldg-d, landing paMtuaar Ut B. U. ta;loa ut Itoftoa. Fual'aiuiMiiniu. l5. J0 '10.00, suoil aooa. Vf, 5 00, . aad 1S.30 u m. For NtHAii, I-W., WUaiiMlua aud i l.eiter, 86, t-x a bj, W (ai boob, i.ai, '5 1), . I .. and 1."0 p hi. LlaaMad zpreaa stuppmg at Wi'udagloa. ualy W.M a u Fob ixnujxuuiK pota'S batwaen lUltl- wora aad Faiiadaipata. KM aad I ." JO a m, i-J 15, SSp. Tkaik laata Kw Yotk for Waslutirft.i-i, OB. 1 1 1.39 a hi. X0, l m. "i.uo p m a id UUalabt. TAik laata FbtladeluUa fur Washing' ,-, IU. 5, Jl5 a M. ttw, '1 i, g0, r Si p. m 1'oe iTLAiru City. I 06 aad W.oo am, t.'JJ ntu'u. huadays, 1 05 a . UM aoou. t2i.pt Sunday Oaily ituudiy only. littius i ailed for audcaacluid fri'a b .K i and rildanitw by I uUa Trauafer '" uu u -d era left at tlckat oUtc, t aad 1 Bt Pa jy j. and at dapuS. J T. OWSUU, l'H4. U- H I i. Ga. . Haass sger Om Pa s. --'t JOHN P. AGNEW&CO WUUassaaftlS sUiall Ifatffltt SldaUctf i lH hWh ad Beafge's Creek hi OFFICI: 1431 Pa. aa. (Corcoran Buildio) . TABO: Cur. Eat. aad DL m. TKUPHOKK: Offlca. 5!M: Yard. 973. MKlilV J.L. FOR MEN ONLY! i MtSITItfi: For LOST cfAlLIHG UASOOS: A PBal lift Glurla uuj MEBT00S Bi.BHiT aTTT? V 'WetaaeM w Sedyaaa Kind VI at B J.O.I. .l.i atVUUOUbUI, liml 11". 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