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THE WASHINGTON CllITIC, FRIDAY EVRNINO, MA1101I 8, 1889.
vixr svj:c ials.
a l'er Onllon, 7i1c. Jimrl llnltlc.
Vo 1 lire Wlitky, IimI In llic world for tlio
lncnrr Orders bj-tnnll. Mcn. Mntli.tii'nr
W. II. IfollRlilnn Co.,
U1Hnndl2Vctrcct tiorllict, nn; oftorliir
lor the rji'xt tow weiKs mild ohk bed rnnm
mltc at fa, former prli c 8", nollil onk hltsli
lockers ntSJW: ciupttn nl cpiclnl prion.
ou wilt find It to jour mlviinlnco tiMNt in
titfore imrclui'lnsiour nipi nnd carpeto.
Wo lime just iwUcd our new attic nnd
erode of etrellcnt mntllnm nt n, s., Wi iind
iipto7!e Nnll lrarirt fumMiiilnnd Iiiiiik
lij- competent nrtMs nt bottom rate. Ten
lir cent off for rfh.
V, It. IlotOIIToV.t Co.,
Ilmlilru m HprliiR (Inoil.
Tills rtllablo and t ell established lntill
tntnt hoiiMi Is now miiMni; linprutcmcnt
nwly for tho fprina tnide. Till eitnblMi
mentis located ntKWnndOTJ Seuntli stri'U
nortbvust. Tlii'lr now twk Niirrltlm;. ion
Mitlns In part of a cliolco stleetloii of iniittlnir,
nil itt tl.u low cut cash prices on tho Installment
nan, wu-tr or monthly fnimunlu.
It In tho Hot.
Akk for It. ScMltJi'ii Milwaukee linger
llcir 1 or tale bv nil leading house.
I'loo Hotter. lino Hotter.
JamkiT. Ol mt it.
Muln odlec- -l'n. ntcnuv and ftli all ret.
Jlarkct stands Mb at wing Contra Mnrkot.
Kungurliin (linernioent tVlnr.
Imported oiclinhcty In bottle hearing tho
tioTimmenl I'roteetlon Label on tho neok.
The bcl Cliiretu. V tiltu Inn for tntilo iiju
nnd medlclunl purpoe9 11 recommended by
prominent phxlclant. (Jeorgo K Kennedy .fc
hon.l.'U9Ftrrctmitliwi,t, fold intents of
tho famoim ltotnl Itungirlun tioienimcut
Wine Cellars of Uudupeat (UuuKiirj).
1'nr WiiahltiRtun lrecil UepT
UO lii John K. Kellv, stiill C-JS. fSJOiind rzMCVn
tro Market, and aw! and M Northern Liberty.
Corned betf u specialty.
CITY AM) SL'IUIIIII.VN.
Andrew Dowmnti, au Inmate rif thu In.
nano Atylitui, ctenptd from that Institution
The High. School cnclets gave an othl
bltlon iiarado tc&tcnliiy aftcriiooii which
TO highly creditable.
The funeral of Merlcua V Slnkcll
itlU tako place from Oak Hill Cemetery
this afternoon at I o'clock.
Tliu remains of tho Into Dr. V. Howie
Tiler-, who died at Summcnllle, S. C,
t cdnetday, will urrlto In tlio city thU
Thu Uarrison and Morton I'ionocr
Con hall will tako place Monday night,
l'obcrt It. l'alno has been elected lieuten
Vatrlck Kgan rccilvctl a number of
Irk lids ut Thomas Walsh's house, lilt N
Ktrcct, lakt uluht, and recounted to thorn
how the l'lgott forgerlts w cro detected.
Tho Indlaua ltcptibllean Club haro
completed arranRcnitntij for tho reception
and reunion of Imllanluns w hlch takes place
this ct eulng nt tho National ltlfles' Armory.
The "Llfo and Character of John A.
Ixgan" was tho subject of iin Interesting
address delivered last night at Grand Army
Hall by Rev. Eugene May of Osage, Iowa.
Thlotrs entered tborcoldcneo of Charles
II. Calvert, near tho Maty land Agricultural
College, ou Tuesday evening and robbed It
Louis 0. Forrlll, a clork lu tho War De
partment, has bceu appointed private sec
retary to Judgo Cooley of tho Interstate
Commerce Commission nt $l,b00 per an
num, lion. Edward C. Wailev lato U. 8.
JInr6hal of Georgia, has tho Indorsement of
h largo number of prominent peoplo as an
applicant for tho Third Assistant Post
, maslcr-Gencrars nfllco.
Colonel Sillgson austalucd sovero In--rr''
juries to bis wrlot and arm In jumping from
u moving train at Fourth street aud Vir
ginia acnuc Tuesday afternoon. Tho
wound wa4 dressed atTroldcnco Hospital.
A delegation of Mississippi Itcpubll
can called on Attorney-General Miller
jcblcrdaj to urgo tho appotulmeut of Dr.
John 8. Burton to bUcceodJ. M. Llddcll,
kccaiod, as U. S. Marshal In the Northern
Tho Women's National PrcsS Assocla
lion will hold a meeting this qieulng at
Mrs. M. D. Lincoln's, lblO K street. A
number of visiting members will bo pres
ent, among them Mre. -Marble of Minne
apolis, Mrs. Oruiobyof New York and Mrs.
Chapcn of Ion a.
Tho jury In Judgo Montgomery's Court
Jtstcrday pavo Elizabeth How den a verdict
for ?tO-I.Otlu her suit agaimt tho executor
of Ann G. Campbell, In which sho claimed
cornpttnatlou for services, as nurse and
housekeeper to that lady durlug and prior
to her Illness.
Tho InqulrlcB luto tho transaction of
tho Supervising Archltict'ii olUco Is to bo
risumed befuru lone hv tho committee
having that matter in charge. Senator
Bpooncr Is reported as having expressed In
a very imphatlo manner tho opinion that
tba ofllco was In thoroughly iucompetcnt
An action In bond brought by tho U. S.
(jovcrnMiuL against E. II, Tow-UHcud, In
dian agent, was jcstirday deelded lu Ills
Invorhytlio Jury- In Chief Justlco Klug
ham'a court. lie had not made return of
his vouchers, as lennlred bylaw, but tho
jury found that ho had mado all disburse
Tho Minneapolis Flambeau Club fcerc
naded Hon. 8. P. Bulder nt Wormlo)' last
ulght. After tho serenade tho club dined
with Mr. 8ulder and then paid their re
ijpccts to Senators Culloni and Washburno
at tho Arlington. Then they called on
ritcritafy Wlrnlom, who mado them a
bpeech from the door of thcEbblt llotibo.
Tho follow ingofllcers have been elected
for tho South Washington Building Associa
tion for the ensuing venr: Prcsldcut, John
1'. Culllaueivlco-prcsldLUt.Maurlco Fltzger
nld; secretary, James F. When; treasurer, N.
II. Shea; directors, P. N. l)w)cr, T. T.
Kipno, Johu Qulnn, J. J, llrosuau, U. It,
Tarker, U.Leonaid,D, Murphy, 8. II. llcycr,
Wflllam Fcgan, A. Horner and M. .7. Col
bert. Amcrlcun Art Uihtblttou.
Tho Exhibition of American Art, glvou
under tho auspices ot tho lady managers of
Garfield Hospital at tliu rebidence of Hon.
Levi P. Morton, 1500 lthodo Island avenuo,
was formally opened last night with a full
Urces reception aud supper. Tho haudsomo
roomaof tho house wero crowded with
ladles and gcntlemon, very many of thorn
etrangcra lu tho city. Supper was served
at 11 o'clock. Tho pictures ore distributed
about the walla of all tlio rooms, tho etch
ings being ou tho second floor, aud the tils
Jilay lucludes tho work ot many of tho best
American artists in oil, water and Ink, with
feomo handsome specimens of tsculptttro lu
marblo and bronze. The v aluo of tho pic
tures Is placed at $135,000. The opening
reception waa a glittering success, fashion
ubly and financially, nud tho continuing
days aud nights of tho exhibition wilt fol
low tho Urst night's oxample, though'in a
much less formal mauuor. Open day and
evening nud with teas nftorooons.
Notes l'roui I.iiiuoU
Laurel wilt grow to tho extent of 100,000
In If t'J and expects to catch some of tho
A. L. Ellis, tho contiartor, haa Just
finlshtd a beautiful store for A. Gottschalk,
no;,, of Baltimore, who now owns somo
lino property In Laurel,
Tho election of live commissioner to
go'cm Laurrl for ono carulll tomoofl
onMny 11, and there 1b going to bo it lively
light bvtwocu tho "Museryb" and tho labor
A ltiuhlne lliulmna.
Durlug tho Inauguration the Ebbltl
House accommodated COO guaits nud
jcrvcd meals to ,500 persons per day
Tliurp' ?IlmIIcuI OooiI.
Thcie is no dealer lu llijuors and vvltica
who la I ettur aud moio favorably known In
tbe community than our fellovv-townsmuu
Mr, Jumwt Tharp, nt 818 V ttrcet. for tho
purity of tho goods ho bandits, tho excel
fcucooIhlsOldltvoUcrkelcv Whisky. No
tuio viho has used It doubts lis superior
No win on woman can ntforil o bo with
out Woltl'H Acmo Blacking.
Mail It now carried between Now
nnd San Francisco In 110 hours.
Hkitucu's bottled Maozcrn beer. Tclo
15 phono call, 031 U.
Tin, t'l ni.ic I'ci.si:,
Tho rt'iinlniilii Troops Aro Ito
WAMtnoTON, 1). t'. March 8. JUhlor
Critic: Your edllorlnt jcMcdlny ecnn tin
Just n? well as uncalled for. Tho premise,
Ihcloglc ot tho facts, nto wrong. Tin:
CltlTlo docs not voice tlio sentiment of tho
residents when It Invites their guct, the
Pennsvhntila tioops, to leave the city nnd
not return again. ThoPcninjhnnla troops
have come to Washington beforo n the un
invited guest of tlio oldeM Inhabitant. It
was tho Pennsjlv aula t roop who w ere the
first tourilvoln tlio National Capitol upon
the call ot President Lincoln, April lw)I.
Thej did not stop coming, Imt ,I37,RS of
her sons' names nio rcconhd In the records
of tho War Department. Ono out ot overy
seven ot hcrcntlro population eamo. Her
gallantry Is attested lij the fact that ot tho
entire I nlon noldlcrs killed one-fifth were
from tlio Key stone btnto.
Thcrcforo Pcnnsjlvanln troops have 60tna
rights lu tho Nntlou's Capital which tho
older residents aio bound to icpcct. Tho
thameful conduct of n few does not justify
tho wholesale denunciation of tho Stato
troojis. Homo provocation innv also bo
found to Justlfv some of thn bad conduct
ot the bovs. In ono inlnuco n huckslcr
demniidcd twcnty-flvo cents npleco for
scrnwnej npplcs. Tlio farntir boys, viho
could not sell tlio product nt their orchards
for twcnty-flvo cents n bushel, reentod this
nttempt at extortion by upsetting tho w agon.
Tho gentlemanly bartender, who dispensed
wntenil vtlilsky nt twenty llvo cents a
glass, added Insult to Injury vv hen. refusing
to return any ehango due, he commented on
tho Pcmipjlvatila troops, and tho bovs went
for his shop.
Tim city should have eueournged them In
clearing out the hundreds ot faklra who
were a fraud nnd a nulsanco to thcclly.
Them Is somo room tor tho Ciiitic to And
fault with tho citizens of Washington for
"outrages" l tho way of etortlon for
shabby accommodation. Tho Clime's fig
ures me exaggerated lu tho statement that
some thousands of dollars wcro assessed for
damages on tho last occasion. Tho fuels
aro the city offlclals, Instead of promptly
notifying tho Pennsylvania olllclals, pre
ferred to ventllnto fhilr grievances In tho
newspaper. Tho Statu officials voluntarily
Investigated by court-martial, nnd tho en
tlio dnmngo In dollars nutl cents did not
amount to i300, which was promptly paid.
When ono recalls that 8,000 troops partici
pated and added crcatlj to tho interest of
the occasion, who, as guests of tho ell),
disbursed at least $10 each, aggregntlug
$!-0,000, our respect for Washington hospi
tality tlropB below tho zero point. Yours,
J. P, Knm:v.
Miss Mary Anderson, In "Tho Winter's
Talc," drew a magnificent audlenco at Al
baugh's last night, a special interest being
mnulfest to ceo her as 7rrmi'oiicand I'crillta
In this play, which sho has so successfully
put upon tho stage. It Is hardly necessary
to stato that her presentation ot tho dual
rolo was eminently satisfactory to tho audi
ence, notwithstanding tho effects ot her
recent Hlnc68 wcro nulto perceptible and
at ono time sho fainted away. Her support
was all that could bo desired, every part
being taken with caro and fitted scrupu
lously to tho riiKm6e. Tho acencry was
beautiful aud thoroughly artistic and the
costumea correct. Every attention was
paid to detail, and tho play Is as nearly
perfect as plavs may be. Mies Anderson
will not appear durlug the remainder of tho
To-night and to-morrow evening at tho
Congregational Church Mr. John L. Stod
dard will gtvo tho Kccoud lecturo In his
series. "Holland and Del glum" la tho sub
ject of tho lecture, and It will attord
abundant material for Mr. Stoddard's
graphic descriptions, while tho Illustrations
may ho expected to bo tho finest collection
vet shown by Mr. Stoddard. This lecturo
litis received tho highest pralso ever) w hero
It ban been presented.
aiiiry AmlerMin Hlclc.
Acting on tho advlco ot her physician,
Dr. Yarrow, Mln Anderson will not appear
again this week, tho work of last night
having been too much for her. Shots suf
fering from a heavy Internal cold and nerv
ous prostration, and Is confined to her room
at tho Arlington. Sho will rcmaluhero un
til Monday, when sho appears lu Baltimore,
and Dr. 1 arrow- thinks this rest w 111 quite
restore her. There aro thousands of disap
pointed people lu Washington, but thoy
Rvnipathlro with her none tho less, nnd
there Is a hope all mound that Miss Audcr
son villi tegaln her wonted health most
fpcedlly. She will not bo In Washtugtou
again this season.
All pcisons holding tickets nto lenuisted
to apply at ouco at tho box office, Al
baugh's, aud their money will ho promptly
An AmiiteiirMlnstrcl I'crriiriiiiiuec.
Tho members of tho "Palmetto Club"
gave an amateur mlnttrcl show last night
nt tho residence of Mr. W. P. Watrous, on
lirlglitwood road, for tho entertainment ot
visiting friends nt tho mcmbeis. Mr. Wat
rous ollletated as Interlocutor and MlrfS
Mnmlo Williams tendered material assist
ance as pianist. Nut 11. Ollphaut, au old
Washington boy,now located In Milwaukee,
celebrated his return among his old fi lends
by rattling tho bones In u highly artistic
fashion. Among the other participants
weroC. C. Proscott, J. J, P.dsou, W. II.
Pumphrce, W. A. Galley, Bert (latloy, It.
P. Barnard, W. E. Williams and M. A.
I)rnwliiC tho T.lno nu ItonulngM,
Tho Eighteenth Heglment got hack from
Washington at 9 o'clock Wednesday night.
They wore twcnty-ulno hours on tho road,
and tholioj. wcro loud lu their complaints
against tho Pecnsjlvanlu llnlhoad. They
havo had enough of fieo rides to last them
for sometime Despito their tough oxporl
enco the members ot tho Eighteenth were
lu good humor. According to 'their ac
counts, they left Washington Tuesday
evening ut A o'clock nnd marched four
miles out lu tho deep suburban mud ot tlio
city. Thoso who attended tho Inaugura
tion kuow just how thick and plastic tho
mud lu tho country was. They laid lu a
swamp at Jlcnnlng's Station, ou tho l'enn-
evivamu iioau, irom ,;.iu in mo evening to
l.ro. All tho members of tho Eighteenth
Regiment want it distinctly understood that
they draw tlio lino on tho rain aud Bcnnlug'H
swamps. Pittsburg Dispatch,
IIkviuch'b bottled Matzcru beer. Tolo
phouo call, 1)31-3.
Tlio Hull Souvenir.
All tho Inaugural hall souvenirs aud
programmes havo been secured by Tyssoiv
akl llioB., who have them for sale.
IIeumch's bottled Maezcrn beer,
phono call, 034-U.
This powder never varlos. A marvol of
purity, -trcneth and wholoiomeness, Moro
economical than tho ordinary kinds, and can
not bo sold In coiopetlon with tlio multltmlo
of low-test, short-weight uttra or phosphate
IIOYAI, IIAKlNOl'nitMircit CO.
100 Wall BtrctflsMovf York.
GaMe:dicineL EL JlilllW PgUIMooK
,E medicineMT ill. JmgASmM
For Weak Storaach Impaireil
SOIiD BY AX.I DRUGGISTS.
PRSCE 25 CEBITS PER BOX.
Prepared only by THOS. BEEGHAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England,
Ji ir. ALJjEN & CO., Sole Agents
For United States, 365 & 367 Canal St., New York.
Who (If your druggist tlocs not keep them) will mail -Jcccham's
L'ills on receipt of price but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.)
1115 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
L. CTH N
Houses and Lots for sale in all parts of
Loans in Sums to Suit on Approved City
Rents Collected, Prompt Returns.
Building for Investments a Specialty.
Fire Insurance written at Lowest Rates.
For special customers, Dwellings in
Northwest Section, ranging in price from
$5,000 to $30,000.
Also several Lots west of Fourteenth
See Sunday Papers for Full List of Prop
erty for Sale.
Call and see me.
1115 F STREET H. W.,
m. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth and E Streets N. W.,
Is closlns out all kinds o(
DRV G OODS
At Very Itodueoa Katoj.
j'ixi: r.unzY I'zovu.
VbV OJMIK1. ,
CULT HUOi: or
And you will always havo boatlful Droail,
Itolu and lilsoults. Wholosalo Depot, cor
ner llrst stroot aud Indiana avonuo.
WM. M. QALT & CO.
Grand, Upright and Square
D;.cclal attention of purchasers U Invited to
"NEW AIlTIhTIO RTVI.r.8."
IlnlaUoil In (IohIctioi
"1I1UI1K-T UUUOUATIVC AltT."
riAKOs rou hunt.
Second hand Pianos at All I'llccs,
m, Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
OHCB TRIED ALWAYS rUUFIiKRliD.
rrefanl b; BIUST JlOnOP, StlUam. Hi.
I CERES D
Bigestion Disorderea liver,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
CHOICEST OF WINES,
From tlio Old Vineyards of tlip
Dukes of Orleans.
I 1 BURCHELL, Agent.,
1325 F Street.
uuxt's i ' vitxrsjrtx w.
Evei'jlliing to Complete a Gentle
Cor. 15th and G Sts.
A COMPLETE SERVICE
L eave Washington
Arrive New York
root of Liberty Street.
Leave New York -
fl'o ot of Liberty Btrect.l
Leave Philadelphia - -Arrive
All trains run through 6olI without change
I'or Tickets and l'ullman Car space call at D, Jt 0. ticket ofllcos 010 anil li)H
W. M. CLEMENTS, General Manager.
Tyvo notallo storo eventi:
Vchac placed on exhibit an oxcoedlngly
hcautlful colloetlon of Itnportod "Novcltlca"
Inl'arasols, -nlilch for raro oreatlvo concep
tion!) of Designs, Shapes, Handles and Color
ings nro most certainly tho very, highest do
rtco of perfection ever attained In tho pro
duction of xiarnsols,
Tlio second Is a mipcrb showing of Fancy
Jewelry In Ttcal and Imitation Enamol, Ileal
and Itollcd-Gold Brooches, Scarf Tins, Brace
lets, Bonnet Plus, Vlnger Itlngs, Tortolso-shcll
Combs, etc., also Garnet Jewelry, Mourning
Jewelry, etc. Wo shall sclr theso by their
right names plated for plated; gold for gold.
Wo shall guarantee them to bo oxactly what
wo tell you thcynro, nnd wo shall sell thorn
equally as low as they cau bo procured In tho
As tho spring stock Is now al IU but, wo'
shall expect )ou to cull, and wo belles o your
Mt will bo fraught with plcasuro and proflt;
you will nt least Und much toseo and ad-
1'AitASOI.S. In tho now stock, which will
go on snlo for tho first tlmo to-morrow morn
lug, wo show tho most artlstlo productions of
tho new season's shnpes and stlos.
It was thought last season that no advance
ment In tho manufacture of l'nrasols was
possible, yet this season's productions aro as
distinctively different nnd moro llko works
ot art than anything yet conceived iu this
Tho ''LnTosca" handlos readily tako front
rank as tho most fashionable, und aro
quaintly finished at tho end with largo nat
ural root rings, shepherd crooks, ball twloted
roots, natural wood knobs nnd a variety of
other odd and beautiful ornamcntutlons too
numerous to incut Ion .
Most or thoso uro Imported 1'nrasols, nnd
represent tho best efforts ot tlio colebrntod
llrm of Follmor, Clogg , Co., and wo will
show nbout seventy-live of their oxtrcme
"Novelties," of which there aro up two nliko,
nnd n great many of w hlch will not bo dupll
cnted this season; heueo ladles of tasto who
doslro something entirely new nnd exuluslvo
should innko nn Immediate selection,
Ab nn Illustration of tho skill nnd progress
now predominant In tho manufacture of i'lno
1'nrnsols wo havo only to liorald tho fact that
small treos aro now cultivated oxprossly for
handles; many of them havo their roots
twisted vvhllo thoy nro growing, lu order to
obtain tho oddities and shapes you so much
Tho stylos nro nlo qulto vnrlod, yet tho ma
jority of them nro oanopy-shaiiod with eight
and ten rows, deeply scalloped.
'Die materials aro of tho mostoxqulslto silk
textures, tho moro popular fabrics being Ar
mures ami fturahs, which aro shown In plain
shade", stripes, checks and plulds; also Bro
caded silks In two or moro high cnlorlngs.nnd
n few "novelties'' In Pearl tlrny Set and plain
evening Mindcs of Milk w Ith l'urslun bunds In
laid, and ulgtdwltli deep cuibioldcredCrepo
Lls;o of u contrasting shade.
In tho Black I'urasols tho assortment is
unusually lnrgo ami attractive embracing
llt.iek Hurnli. MiTVeilteux. Armuro and Urn
undid bilks, either plnln or uocoratod. with
a band of whlto Silk, Kbony Crook and ring
sticks a In Toko.
Beautiful lino of White Silk 1'nrasols. with
bauds of a delicate color, with laco edgo to
Also n magnificent lino of "Novelty" Para
sols In Now Parisian shades, to match tho
latest ( olors In coring silks nnd woolens, such
as Old Hose, bornuit, Klectrle, Emerald,
Terrn-cottu, -Uqiirllcot. Tabe, Ac. $i.W to
S-'-'i each cov t rs t ho range ot paiasol prlcos.
U'lrst tloor; centre.)
Woodwara & Lothrop,
N. K. Cor. of 11th and F Sts,
jioots -i.yjj ,snoi:,s.
003 l'KNNA. ATK.
Xea t-bLO Only Shoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
DO. E.G. WESTS MlBTTBASD HuilK TlTllT-
memt, a guarantooa sneoltlo for Hysteria, Ul--Iness,
convulsions, .Its. Norous Neuralgia,
Iteadaeho, Nervous prostration caused by tha
usoof alcohol or tobaooo.Wakofulnoss.SIental
Depression, Softening of tho Drain resulting In
Insanity and loading to misery, dooay and
(loath, Premature Old Ago, Barrenness, Loss
of Power In ottber sox, fu voluntary Losses
and Spermatorrhoea caused by oyor-exertloa
ot tho Drain, self-abuso or ovor-indulgenoo.
Knob box contains ono month's tronlmont;
$1 a box, or six bnxos for SO, sent by mall
piepald on rooolpt of nrloo.
' ' W'K (lUAltAN'l'IJK SIX BOC9 , ,
tocuroanyenso. With oaoh ordor rooolvod
by us for fix boxes, aooompanlod with fS,
vo will send tho purchaser our written
guarantee to rofund tho money It tho tro.it
inent doos not effect n euro. Clunranteos
Issued only by O. UlIUISTIANI, Druggist.
Soi- Ao-nt, 481 Pcnna, avo., botweon 4).
and (Ith sts,
Tht4e tiny Cspsuloa irrest In
119 flour. WlUlUUt 1UPUU Vt'U
lencv, IIiom sirtsctlun.
i uopitbi.uubous and
A l'OSTIVH cuitn pon
I.OS'1' or l'alllnir MAN-
k 'Wflakness of Ilodv and
Mind, Lack of Slrongtb, Vigor and develop
ment, cuuped by l-.rrors. lixcossrs, Ac. Modo
of Self Treatment nnoV Proofs mailed ttonlod)
frin. Address 11UIH MEDICAL CO., HUP
BALTIMORE 1 0
Schedule in Ef
8 oo a. m.
ii oo a. m.
i 50 p. m.
9 30 a. m,
12 45 p. m.
3 30 p. m.
8 30 a. m.
8 15 a. m. 11 15 a. m.
11 15 a. m. 2 30 p. m.
PARLOR CARS on all Day Trains,
or transfer. Tho trains leaving Washing-
937 Penn. Avenue,
NEAU TENTH STREET,
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Honso in tho City,
BOLE AGENTS FOU THE
HENRY F. MILLER
The most Bcautifnl aud -Perfect
Piano made in tho World,
Mason & Hamlin
The Mot. Jnstly Celebrated In
struments Ever Made.
ishers and Dealers
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SHEET MUSIC,
MUSIC BOOKS, MUSICAL INSTRU
MENTS AND MUSICAL MERCHAN
DISE OF ALL KINDS.
Telephone, No 1 8.
F. ELLIS & CO,
937 Penna. Avenue,
NKAIt TENTn BTltEUT.
BED CS0QO SUU9170 EEAKD,
Tbl prltflnil nlr (MiiiUl
Ib1Ic! KtoxCkittUi r.
Ir red eilUa toi, scttml
Ith hi u a rib bun ilIimmI
n o other. At IruBtm. ill piHi In
HnT4 (tump) far pwtloalu. n4
ltllr tar 1 -Mm in Utur. lf
Tliimmall. lp.OUtt lMliionUUftn IMIiSbo
u4th.u whb Huceeta. NAME PAPlR.
on the LtQuon hadit oak nn cured
UY ADJIINISTKniNa 1)11. IIAINKV
Can do gtvon In a oun ofooffoa or to. with
out the kuowletlgo ot the por.un tiiklnit It. It
Isubtolutelylmrinleaa, anil will effool niior
luuncut and upocdy euro, wuotlier ttit patient
In u modcruto drlnuor or an nlcotwllo rroolr.
It lm boen Riven In thousand ofcaos, ami
In ovory inttanoo a porfoot ouro ha tullotvod.
IT NUViilt FAILS. Tlionystomonoo Improg
nateitwltlitboBpooino.lt kooomei an utter
Imposslbtlltr (or tho liquor appotlto tooxlst.
For Bttlo by B. V. WAKU. undar tho Kbbltt
llousoi It. K. ItKLI'ItUNUTINH. 1'ourtoontU
Btrootana Vormont avonuo, Wosblnztoa.
PEEBLES! BYES ZZIXL
OF EXPRESS TRAINS
feet March 10, 1889.
ii 25 a. m
2 30 p. m.'4 15
2 40 p. m.
5 45P.m'7 15
8 35 P.m. 9 55
5 30 p. m
11 00 a. m. 1 30 p. m. 2 30
1 45 P.m.
4 15 P- m'5 5
5 00 p. m.l 7 15 p. m.8 45.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS on Night Trains
ton nt 4:15 p. in. nnil New York at 1:00 p. m. nrc composed exclusively ot Vcstlbulcd cira.
l'lMifjUniila nTcnuo anil nt Depot, NcivJcrsej avenue nnd C street,
CHAS. O. SCULL, General Passenger Agent.
English Whipcord FullDress Suits
The "Whipcord" is the Fine, Soft, Round
Wale Worsted, so popular among the best
dressers for full dress suits.
Until recently these goods have only
been found in the hands of merchant tail
ors. We have just received a new lot of
them, which are very handsome. Silk
lined and faced, corded edges.
ALSO -A. XiI-STIE- op
English Broadcloth Suits,
COATS SATIN LINED.
E. B. BARNUM & CO.,
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Taken.
LOOK AT OtTE PRICE LIST :
llcflroom Sets In 1'oplnr fiom SIS up. . Ingrain Carpets from tt3o. up.
Bcilioom Sets In Oak nml Cltciry fiuin S-1. j Hxtrn Supor Ingrains from SOe.; 3 ply, $1.00.
Dcdroom bets In Walnut from S 10. i Brussels Carpet from TSo.
l'nrlor Suites In llnlr Cloth or I'lusli from $33.
N. B. ALL CARPETS MADE AND LAID FREE OF CHARGE. Our
terms are caster and our prices 25 per cent, lower than any other Credit
House. The Cheapest House in the City for cash.
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER
Toronto Speed Contest.
(INTERNATIONAL FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP.)
'Tlio Wlnnlnc Tynowi Iter,
T11K HEMINGT O K.
WYCKOPF, SEAMS & BEUEDICT,
Corner Sth and F Streets N. W.
AUGL'bT V. NOACK, 1're.lUcnt.
THE SHOOMAKEPv COMPAKY,
(SucccMors to Sboomakcr & Hort7og),
llirOltTBItS AND J0flEUS OP
pine UClines, liiquotrs, Cigars, &e.,
Nos. 1331 AND 1333 K BXIlECT NOltrilWllST,
Tclci'liono Cftll, 517. WASUINQ TON. I. C.
ALL 0001)3 SOLD AT NI1W YORK miOJJS.
Assorted Cnsoiof ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Coidluls nt dozen prices.
Tho Groatost Morllclnal Water in tlio World.
The sales In 1888 the largest or any Spring in tho United States, and Doublu
of all the Springs at Saratoga combined.
Try it and You will Use No Other.
Scud for Circulars. HIRAM RICHER & SONS, Proprietors,
tjoutH l'olnud, Muluu,
Ninth and D Stroots Northwost,
TELEPHONE, laa-a. Agent for Washington, D. C.
Gas Stovesfor Cooking.!
das Boilers nt 91,16 and S1.R0 for Instantly making Tot or CoIm.
Tor larceland small families. Oust tbe atoro for summer use. us you oxttn.alsU tu rt
tbe Instant tbe ooolns Is done, l'or ealobyllio
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
8 00 p. m. 10 30 p. m.
11 30 p. m. 3 00 a. m.
6 55 a. m.
P - m.
p. m.4 45 p. m. 12 00 Night,
7 30 p. m. 4 10 a. m,
10 55 p.m.! 8 15 a. m.
Duslncss corrcponJcuco anil local testimony:
QOLD MEDAL, 98,7 words per minute.
SILVER MEDAL, 95.11 words per minute.
MAE E. ORR
FRANK E. McGURRIN,
I'ltANCIS OAItr.IUICS, Seerctarr.
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