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"T ' WPW''" ""w "t 'HHK"'"' TT- ' 1W 8 The Washington Critic, Saturday Fanning, Fhijiiuary 11, 188B. "it-. GIRDLED BY IRON RAILS TliG,Slrccl Car Lines Proposed for (he District, FOURTEEN ENTE ItPH ISES. Xtciiil)' $15,000,000 Capital to be lnvcitcil In tlio UnilcrtnklitRAt Ulllfl Imvo been Introduced in tlto IIoubo nntl Sonata this session asking llio Incorporation ot fourteen ca'.lo, electric mul clovnlod ntllroaib in tlio District of Columbia. Tho incor rorntois liu'hulo the nuuves of somo of the most promlnont business mon nnd capKnllsts of this city. Tlio out bldo limit of cnnltnl stock of tlio cloven companies iiggrcunlcs $11,800,000. If tlio bills pass, tho companies orgnnlzo nnd carry out their plans, tlio city will bo girdled, encircled nnd oris crossed with n perfect not-work of iron mils, and tlio rumblo of tlio cars will bo heard on outlying streets, tho quietness of which is now broken only by tho mellifluous voice- of tho occasional huckster nnd tho rnltlo of the grocer's wagon. Tho shady Innos nnd leafy drives of tho suburbs will bo invaded by tho cablo lines nnd tho pnudy cni-s going to nnd fro botweon busy Washington nnd tho thriving Bubutban villages v hich tho sanguino Bneculatois oxpoct to spring up from tlio lonely ciow-tuhnbitcd cornllolds of tho county. Tho projectors of the proposed cablo enterprises hnvo mapped out tholr routes, which, in many cases, conlltct with each other nnd with existing lines of street rail ways, but it is considerably stated in tho bills that in caso tho companies should object to having tholr lines used by other companies tho Supremo Court of tho District may scttlo tho question and nnmo tho consideration to bo paid for nso of said linos. Tho first bill introduced was for tlio TVASIIINOTOS CENTRAL KLl'CTMC KAIL no AD COM TAX Y. Tho incorporators nrc Samuel P. llrown, John G. Mooro, Noah h. Jeffries, J. I Olmsted, William Gladding, Charles E. Pock, Goorgo 0. Gotham, T. N. Vnil, C. A. Khltldgo and James F. Doxtor. Tho cupitnl stock, is 500,000, nnd two miles of tinck with electricity for motivo power must bo laid within nino months from passage of bill. Tho s routo follows; x -Jivirlonlnit near Tcnley town, tlicuco to Wall (((fJjfjCicorpotowii. theiico to M and westerly L'Sjid S'C.entccntli to lt TK,crocllon "ll" ""' tutky and l'cnnyl"anlit'.'U.ci mV the now hrWco when cron.0,""1,? 1'iuk. L'ommenelnir Ht thn ISet'1.01' .'ll" (1 not tb west, up (I to L.to SoveuKJil"r Ned? oii'terly to Iioumlnry to Intcrseotlowj? A,,,y, .lrrxiV Mill Tlltuli. tuln.wl vnn.,n.i n.V IJUl licet, to Louisiana avenue, to Four-andC half, ty (I, to Mxtli, to Wator, to U. to Slxtfls! Hli!roncmio nnd M street, to Dupont Circle to I ttrcot, nloiiu V to Uoundary nnd l'roinnra 11111. Commenting nt tho Intcrsccttrvniuo, hecond street cast nnd lla'sachusctfm South down Koeond to intorsootlourfn Third to Carolina avenue, to Third, a 31, to Bovcntli, J Irelnln n enno, to Eighth, Jut-Ins at tho In to Virginia nvenuo. Cn-iind Massaohmctts terscctlon of Murvtc Square, thenco nlons nvonucs ut fitjao northenstly to Uoundary THE WASHINGTON HUHUItDAX RAILWAY incorponilors nro It. Ilonry Philips, Louis E. Philips, Jainea II. Embry, Asa 0. Aldls, Jnmos U. Lumbio, Howard C. Cady, 0. G. Staples, M. BI. Parker, E. K. Johnson nnd G. A. HI. Mcllhenny. Tho limit of capital is J.2,000,000, and tho routo is (tf fol lows: Commencing on B, between Sixth and Sev- ontn northwest, thon wotwunl on nil olovn- ted viaduct to Twonty-third streot, curving inv.iu tu inu uuijiur ui it mm x woniy-cigny inuislnR under thnikisW' '" J1 -wrccroeK, venue, M,3bij1W'W' of "Pennsylvania -A(aji6 iiwi nYid l1 streot. and croulni; ii. oilier blRhwaya olther bolow p'ado or aboi o crado to the Junction of l'lncy llranch and lloek Creeks thoneo up tho valley of i'lnoy Ilrnnch to Takoma l'nrk. Uealnnlnc nlso nt tho. corner of Twonty ohrmliaud I nnd running along tho south sldo of the canal road to Foundry Drnncli; up tho Talloy of Foundry llranch to Tcnloytown, TUE DlbTniCT OF COLUMUIA SUJ1UHUAN 11A1I.WAY COMPANY named ns its incorporators L. G. Illnc, J. G. Waters, C. E. Croccy, AV. W. Curtis, J. T. Mitchell, J. AV. Donvor, Giccn U. Itaum, Frank Pago, Gilbert Meyers, T. J. Myers, M. Shnugh ncssy, J. W. Childress and D. AV. Glnssic. Tho limit of capital is$l,000; 000, and tho motivo power mny bo nny other than btc.un. The routo is ns follows: Beginning near tlio Intel Section of Jlat'y Undavcnuoaud Flint Btroct cast, along said nvenuo to Uoundary, along tho JJladensburg load to tho District line; thenco to Bright wooil; thoneo to Itoek Crook; along tho val ley of ltock Creek to 1 street bridge, with a branch railroad from same point along Hock Crcok to a point near Tcnloytown; thenco to tho l'otomaa Itlvcr, In tho vicinity of Llttlo Fal)s of tlio I'otomao. Tlli: WASHINGTON CAllMI EI.CCTItlC KAIMVAY's incotporators nro A. T. JSritton, C. J. Bell, AV. AV. Dudley, A. II. Hcrr, Geo, E. Lemon, E. K. Johnson, 0. G. Stiuilcs, II. D. Cooko. M. M. Par kcr, J. L. Darbour, G. AV. Cochran nnd I!, AV. Jncksou. Tho limit of (stock is 3,000,000, and tho routo over which tho cablo or olcctiic motivo power cars travol is as follows: Commencing at tlio comer of 0 and Twen-ty-fotiith sheets with n slnglo track, to IC, to Wnlcr htrcet, to Thirtieth, to Moddard, to tllzk. to It. to Tlilrtv-fourtli. to N. to Tlilrlv. II ret, to Watir. to K. to Twenty-sixth, to (J, to the place of beginning, Also commenting utci and Twenty-I with u doublo Hack to Houmtccuth, to Pcnu nylvnnla incline, to Fifteenth, to Fourteenth, to (), lo 3tassnchu-sctts avouue. to Xorth Cap itol, to II ttrict northeast, to Blevonth. iilong KIovculli uorthuust and southeast toM south- rthuusl 'entli, 1'HSI, to Klounth. to (leorgln nvenuo, to AUo i ommi'Mi'lnf nt Sixth nnd Ttriiinrlnrv noithwest, with u double track, along Hlxtli to tho Potomac ltlver. AUocominenclngat tho corner of Twenty llrst and Boundary, with n double truck, along Twenty-llrtt to ll, thcro lo connect with tho inulu lino enit und wott. AUo commencing nt tho corner of Twenty fliet'imd H, with n slnglo track, along S to blxth. to T, to Boundary, and to place of be ginning. THfc POIK CHUCK IIAILWAY tOMl'VS'V's iuiorpointois nro (). G. Hubbard, Geoigo Truesdell, S. AV. Woodward, O. F. Prcsbrgy, John V. AVntrfe'nman, U.K. Plain, John litdoiit, A. T. Ste vens, Lcroy Tuttlo, l.nwronco Sands, K. C. Dean, Jnmes II. AVimer, S, S, Sbcdd, Loioy Tuttlo, Jr., R. J. Fisher, jr., and Pitman Maun. Witli n limit of capital of 200 000 llioy cxpoct to nm n lioihu, cable or clectilc road over tlio following route Bi'Rlnnlng nt tho Intersection of t'onnectleut nivnuu and llouudarv, ulong the Columbia load to Woodley road to Woodley Park, lliinto through the ark to tho westerly llin of jwrk. und returning to liiterseetlou of Wood ley .load nnd Connecticut nvenuo ex ttniled; toCallforiilH'uu'iiuctolHliitcifectlun with Columbia road, and along Columbia ro.nl lolbojilttcoof beginning; nlso with the privi lege of building and constructing a branch fmm ilia westerly Hue of Woodley I'aik along Woodley load to Its lnt"rectou with the U'ltilcytovot road, returning 0er tho saino toiile TII UKOlIOfcTun N AND TENLEYTOW'V Railway Company name John AV TJ)oiu)son, R. II. Goldsborough, AVi to MtcaiurNj'11,l-,':llt1' ,0 i thoneo to New .lersev a ciiim,l;llc0 down to K.olonj; IJ to BliiKMirli i !t ti tN"i"ci thenco southeasterly ,Ka Vi?,.V.?..ilXrjd Llneolti Park, down J. Thompson. II. II. Dodge, W. K. Ityan, 0. C. Grcon, N. AY. TtitrcltcU, A. K. Jlateman, T. AV. I'earsall. Harvey Duraud, K. AV. llowo and John A. Coke. Tlio capital is $200, 000, the motivo power nuy other than Btcain. Tho route is as follows: From tlio Potomac river, near With street, to thoTenleytown roat, to tho DlMrlct line, nnd (lack fiom comer of High find llrldtto to Thirty fourth, and tUeneo to tho Junction with Tetiloytown road. TIM: KCKl.NOTON AND SOLDI Kits' IIOJtB Company is incorpotated by K. V. llealo, K. C. Dean, A. L. Harbour, Oeorgo Truesboll, J. L. llnrbaur, G. E. Mooie, 0. C. Duncatison, M. Con nor nnd Josoph Paul. Tho limit of capital Is $o00,000, tho motivo power horse, cablo or olcctrlc, nnd tho routo ns follows: l"ruin Hoitntli street, nlnnir New York nve. nno to Third nortlicnst, toT, to tourthtticct, provided t lint In order to avoid criwlnfftlio ltnttlmoro nnd Ohio Ilnllrtiud, tho District l'oininlwloncrn mny roqulrotho company to ncqulrobypuichmo tho rlulit of way Moiig tlio went luoof railroad from New York nve imo to Third street con: also, a branch from New York nwmio nnd nrst streot to mo Soldiers' Home; nlw, with tho prlllego of extending main line to Ivy City, within ono year after New York nvenuo 1 opened nml gtaded to Ivy City, Till! CAI'ITAb II MM II TRANSIT STIUXT RAILWAY Company's incorporators are T. J. Mnynll, G. it. I.oring, G. L. Ordwny, 1 Tennoy, P. f. Smith, Elijah Collin, II. C. Vnndorhllt, J. C. AVar lcn nnd E. It. Tinker. This com pany proposes to construct on elec tric railway on the Mnynll system of iron and steel, to bo oporntcd by cablo or olcctrlc power. Tho limit of stock is 12,000,000 nnd ilic routo Is ns follows: from llrldgo and Thirty-Mxtli streets, nlnnir Bridge, to Pennsylvania nvenuo, to L, to I'll lecnth, to I, to Fifteenth, to tl, to Ninth, to II, lo Sixth, to Loulslnnn avenue, to tndlnna avenue, to First, thenco east to Ninth Cnnltol. to II. to Seventh street northeast: down Sovcnth to 31, southeast; to ciovcmn to mo Anncosua unugo. Also branch linos from Sixth nnd 11 north west, to Water streot, to L southwest, to Mxtli: from Louisiana nvenuo and fifth street to Iloundury, to Sovcuth street nnd to tlio fcoldlcrs' Home, From Seventeenth nnd I. to Boundary, along Ontario avenue to Columbia rond, and along tlio old l'lncy Branch road to Ilrlgut wood. TUB WASHINGTON AND SUITLAND STIUIET KAILWAY Company Is incorporated by Frank Hume, S. Taylor Suit, AVilllam A. Gordon, John A. Dakcr,M. I. AVollor, Fred. A. Lohmann, Harry Nallor, AVilllam D. Dowio, II. A. Linger, Itlchard Smith and Charles T. Ilavcn ncr. Tholimllof capital is$loO,000,tho motivo any other than steam, and tlio routo ns iohows : Fiom Blghtli Btrcct nlongrennsylvanlaavo nuo to tho Eastern Branch; thenco over the bridge ton point whero tho bnlt road ontcrs tho District of Columbia. THE WASHINGTON AND HIGHLANDS Street Railway Company's incorpora tors nro Frank Ilumo, S. Taylor Suit, AVilllam A. Gordon, L. G. Hlno and John F. AVaggaman. Tho limit of capital is $lOO,000 and tho route as follows : From tho Inteiscctlon ot Boundary, " street, 3Inryland uvcnuo, Fifteenth (- '"" lleunlngs load; thenco eustwanllv 0.e,v J10 Illndcnsburg road io tho DWrl.-.nlno. with tho right to ruli public cnr-"K' ill0" l,rawn by horso or other vcr, except steam. Till: l'Jfl I.li 1.1-H.1IUL- AMI I'AUUU IIAILWAY COMPANY names A. G. Curtin, G. M. Roads, William Chapman, John A. Woods, E. B. Youmans, James Kano, "ViI linin Dickson, A. AV. Flotchor, G. M. Lockwood. AV. A. Hanway and II. F. Page. Tho limit of tlio stock is $1,600,000; tho power cablo or electric, and thoTouto as follows: rromEand Nineteenth street southeast, along Nineteenth to 3Iasnchiisctts avenue, to 11, to 3laryland nvenuo, to Sixth streot, to V sticet northwest, to .Market. Space, to eighth, to D, to Tenth, to (I, to Fifteenth, to 31, to High streot, too, to Thllty-fifth, to 31, to tho place of beginning. Also with nrlvllego of extending n. double track lino from Sixth street northwest to rlrst. to B. to 3Iarvland avenue norJ thenco to tho Boundary. Also to ox, iloublt! track from C streot northwest vtisouthwost, ti) Water, to L, to hlxth, tft.urto pIaco ot bo, glnn ng. Also with thc-ViTllcgo of connect "B. 'no 3lnryianje;.cnil0 uralich Wltli tho main lln street by n doublo track on LlcvcyTfMi Htrret nortlicnst nnd sotltlicnst. THE CENTRAL CAnLK RAILWAY Company's incorporators nro as fol lows: E. E. AVhlto, AV. E. Clark, AV. II . Solden, II. Drowning, J. L. Nor rls, John Paul Jones, C. G. Ball, J. It. Hubbnid, P. M. Jllllspaugh, A. J. Mnyer, L. Levy, J. F. Sadler, D. R. Jlorso and R. II. Carponter. Tlio limit of capital is $2,500,000, and tlioy propose to run cudio or cicctnu cars over tho following route: From foot of Tnenty-snvcnth stroot north west, along CI to Seventeenth, to Penmylva vanla nvonuo to Fifteenth, to O, to New Jer-, i"oy nvenuo to B, to Seventh northeast, along Seventh to Virginia avenue southeast, to Eleventh, to tho Nnvy-Yoid Bridge, return ing o cr the same route to tho place ot begin ning. Also, commencing nt Pennsylvania avontto nnd .Madison Place, along Madison Place to Vermont nvenue, to Fifteenth streot, to flrant street, to sixteenth oxtended; thoneo to Mount Pleasant Village, returning over tho samo routo. Also, eommenclngnt Twenty-seventh nnd CI northwest, along Twenty-seventh to K, nlong K nnd Water streets to Thirty-second, to 'J'cnlcjtown Tnrnplko road. The AVnshlngton and Sandy Spring Kanow Gatigo Railroad mid btrcot Railway Company names as its incor porators Henry M. Dnkor, A. G. M, Provost, J. L. Husband, G. G. Kim ball, II. Maurlco Tallbott, O, P. II. Clark, G. O. IJ. Cissoll and E. J. Evans. Tho capital stock is $.150,000 and tho loutoisas follows: FiomNew York uvcnuo and Boundary In a northcasteily direction to the northoastci n boundaiy line of tho District of Columbia. In the city tho traok Is n doublo ono nlong Now Yoik nvenuo to Seventh streot. Tho motive tiowcr may bo horse, cablo or cleo tilclty. THE IHIlKltWOOD, NORTH AND EAHTW'VSH 1NOTON Railway of tho District of Columbia is incorpointcd by Nathaniel Carusl, Simon AVolf, Roboit Uoyd, John L. Vogt, AV. J. Newton, Alficd G. Uhlor, V. N. AVindsor, and Charles AV. Handy. The routo is from Nine teenth and E southeast to Ishcrwood, lcturning to Fifth and Louisiana nyo nuo northwest. Of tho bills introduced, favorablo roports hnvo been mndo from tho com mittees on the Eckington and Soldiers' Homo, thoAVashlngton Cablo, nnd tho Rock Cicek roads. II ' .M 1 118 FifTiTNTii ST., $10,000 house. 1118 Firm xnt st $10,000 house. Potomac Hout Club Fair, $10,000 house Tlioroughly cleanso tho blood, by using Dr. Ploreo'g (I olden Medical Discovery, ami good digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, strength and health will bo established. (inkier) Medical Discovery euroa nil hu mors, lrom tho common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to tho worst Scrofula, or blood poison. Especially has It proven Its efficacy In curing Snlt-iheum or Tetter, rover-sores, Hip-Joint IHseaso, Scrofulous Sores und HwollhiKs, Lnlarged (Hands, nnd Eatlnir Ulcers. (loldcn 3fcdlcal Discovery cures Consump tion (which Is Scrorula or tho Lungs), by Its wondeiful blood-nurfylng, InvIgoratW, nnd nutrltlyo nropcrtles. For Weak Lungs, fPlttlnir of Illood, Shortness of Drcnlh llronclilUt, Spvcro Couglis, Asthnin. Chronlo Nasal Catarrh nnd kindled utrectlons. It bi u sovereign romedy. I'or Torpid Liver, pillotwneas. or "Liver ComptUnt," Dyspepsia, nnd Indigestion. It Is an i.neqiinlleil remedy. Sold by druggists, '.. VIVHOV.'H I'EI.IiETS-AJHI. Hllioim una Cathurtlc, ' cts.n iii. CV7n' II I 4m QUICK SALES AND MOTTO FVSiini-LJTSTVvIS Under Masonic Temple, Corner gth and P Streets N. VV. Where will bo found the most completo and varied stook of Dnus, Patent JtsllofciM Perfumeries In tho city, nt prlcoj which nono can better and few meet, as shown by following partial list: ...... . tied. Rez. i HimI. I'rlco. l'rlco Ayer's Iteenmlcr Cream " ' Balm " " Powder... i. ... " Moth and Frccxlo Lotion,. " VltaNuova.. Allcoek's l'orus Plasters Ayor'g Narsapnrllla Ayer'sIIalr Vigor llull'i Cough Syrup i. ........ Brown's Jamaica tllngcr... Donson's Capclno Plasters. ...... Cutlcura Boap . CnshmcroBounuotSonp Carter's Llttlo Liver Pills Cutlcura Itesolvont Cuttoitrn Ointment Camlck's Solublo Food, small ... . " " " mod " " " largo .... Campbell's Arsenic Waters....... " " .large. Cn1dcr'nDcnttna..... ............ F.ly'a Cream Balm.,. F.tforvosclng Bromo CalTcIno Fellows' Hjrnii llypophosphatcs.. (tennan Cough By nip .... ..... Hop Bitters, por bottlo. Ilojtcttcr's Bitters.... Hood's Harsanarllla..... Ilorsford's Acid Phosphates " " " largo Hoff'Molt (Tarrant's) " " (Klsncr's) Humphrey's SpeolUcs, Nos. 1 to 15 rtunyadl Wator....... Hydrolrno 1 10 L 10 7.1 1 10 7.1 10 7 r8 1H :i,i 1!) 15 21 in 7.1 III ir :n 75 nt 70 IB :),- 80 1 oo 15 7.1 7.1 75 115 75 S8 'M 15 '2.1 73 150 1 50 1 00 1 50 1 OO 15 1 00 50 2.1 B.I 25 25 1 00 50 25 50 1 00 50 1 00 2.1 no 1 00 150 25 100 1 00 00 no 1 00 .15 40 2.1 :i.i 1 00 Hnndollno renders the comploxlon clear nnd white and tho skin soft nnd smooth; tho Lost preparation In tho world for chapped hands, lips and fnco: por bottlo, 23o. lthcumalglanover falls to glvo relief In neuralgia, hcadacho, toothucuo andnllrhcu matin pains; try a bottlo, 20o. Wo toko every caro and pains In onr prescription dopartmont, which Is comploto, bolnif thoroughly stocked with drugs and ehomloalsjfrom tho most rollablo manufaolurors, stioli as Squibb, Powers and Wotgntman ami other woll-known chomlsts. All proscriptions In trusted to our raro will bo satisfactorily dlsponscd at tho lowost rates. Don't mlstako tho plnco THE TEMPLE DHUO STOIIE, under Masonic Tomplo, corner Utn and F streets. F. S. WILLIAMS & CO., Proprietors. RADIATING MANTELS. Patented Nov. 1. 1887, combine tho beauty and licatlhfulncsi of tho OPEN GRATE FIRE, tho omclcnoy nnd economy of tho STOVE and tho upper boating syslom of the LATROBE, all in ono. On Inspection at offlco of tho Company. r THE BERLINER RADIATING MANTEL COMPANY a HOG 3T Stiroot- S. HIKDEIt, Prcjldcnt. n. ADLER, Troasurer. Solo owners ot tho patents ot E. Berliner for boaters. County rights for sale, GAS STOVES Gas Boilers at $1.15 and $1.50 for Instantly Making Tea or Coffee. fi itf and tm&Ui.iyjjvfust tho Stovo for summer uso, as yon 'eextlngulsU tho flro theltnstant tho cooking Is done. Tor salo by tho Washington Gaslight Company 413 Tenth Street Northwest. Only For One-Week Only OUR HEW AUTOMATIC FAMILY BUTTON-HOLE Attachment. 0Wo wish to place ono In every family, and bavo reduced them so lis to bring them In tho i each of overy one. $5.00 Will bo our price for tlicm. Call at our ortlce and see the beautiful spcclmons ot Button Holes. Wo can inakd them oo per hour In all kinds ot material. OUlt XEW DEPARTMENT OF Decorative Goods Is filled with New Novelties. Lessons in all kinds of Decorative Painting and Embroidery. s, imer & Bra NEW BUILDING, 514 Ninth Stroot N. W. BETWEEN E AND P. AT G08T. iNoitDEirro iieduce ounux. UfeUALLY LAUQE STOCK I'llE VIOUS TO TAKING INVKNTOItY, WE WILL FOH THE NEXT St) DAYS OFI-EIt OUlt ENTirtE STOCK OF NEW AND HANDSOME EMIHIOI I)EItIES,ICES, HANDKnnCniL'FS, itrnnoNS, i-lain and fancy IinihS NETS, ILLUSIONS, ItUF FL1N0S, NKCKWEAn, UMIIHELLAS, COTTON AND MEIIINO UNDER "WEAlt. BLACK AND C1H.VY WOOL DRESS GOODS, DLACK SILKS, CASHJIEI1ES, HENHIETTAS, VEL VETS, TLUSIIES, TAI1LE LINENS, TOWELS, NAI'Kl.VS, Ac, AT COST I'Oll CASH. GUEAT IIAIWAINS. DONT MlbS THE OPPOnTUNITY. E. &, DAVIS 917 Market Spaco, CORNBR BIOHTH 6tRB(9T. $5 Dnnenhe SMALL PROFITS. OF St CO., Druggists, tM n. . I'lTt. r Hanson's Corn Salve.. imported nay num Jnvno's Kxpoctorant Mcllln's Food Nostlo's Milk Food Orlcntat Tooth Paste.... Pcar'A Hoap,... ................... Fnokor'Tnr Soap ,. , Pond's Extract..... Plso's Cough syrup n m no 5 1 ot 10) m nt in 21 1 III 1 71 1 II) 1 II) 1 01 'J. l'J 111 1 00 1 00 2.1 20 100 00 41 4.1 4.1 ranters uair unisani. Plcrco's Oolden Sled. Discovery.. " l'nvorlto Prescription... " Purgatlvo Pellots Po77.onl's Powder................ Pure Vnsollnc, small. ,...,... " " largo Pomai'.o Vnellno Schenck's Pills........ H. a. 8. .small s. h. a., inrgo Scott's Emulsion Sauford's Catarrh Cure... Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient Warner's Pills..... ! Kiunoy anu Liver euro. Wyeth's Malt " Beof, Wino nnd Iron..... Wllbor's Cod Llvor Oil nnd Llmo. Water ot Ammonia..... Flno Tooth Brushes Violet Water, largo size bottlo... Florida " " " " ... ileakos rino Toilet Soap 0 cakes Good Toilet Soap a cakos l'uro Palm Oil Soap. Tho finest assortment ot Forrumorlos city. In tho FOB, COOKIIG! ADULTERATED LARD Aslt Your Grocer for CASARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD CASSARD'S PURE LARD AMI AND ANU BE HEHLTHY BE HEHLTHY BE HEHLTHY AND AND AND HHPPY. gHHPPY. HHPPY. CLOTHING. aDRESS SUITS-! rou hike 414 Ninth St. N. W. H. D. BKRR, Importer and Tailor. Winter Goods, Allot tho Latest Novelties, ', English, 'French and Scotch Suitings, &c, Just arrlvod. Mil. DAItR personally tits all garments mailo In our establishment. 1 1 1 I Penna. Ave. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR Gent's Suits, ranging from $r. toSlO; Over coats, from $t to JlfSj Jleu'n Worklu (Pants, 11, Sl.'-'tS, $1.00 and til; Hoys' 1'anta, 70o, SI to Jl .60: Boys' Suits, all.wool, with short pants, St, $s and SO, worth 810; Boys' School Hats and Caps, ISo, 23o and QOo; Misses' nnd Boys' School Shoes, from SI uiv ward. Tho best S1.50 Shoes In tho city, and our S3 Shoes can't bo beat, at J. W. SELBY'S, 1914-191O Pennsylvania Ave. N. W. BUSINESS SUITS At S2.1 nnd S28 wo will furnish you with styl ish Business bulls, made by practical tailors, from superior fabrics, excolleutly trltnmod and perfect In lit. onr stock consists of a larco assortment of really choice Woolous.lu Suitings, Trouserings and Ovorcoatliuts. HARBAN So BENNETT, Flno Tailoring and Men's Furnishings, H10 K. Y. AVE. U0 N. Y. AVE. GENTLEJIKVS SUITS KCOUUED AND pressed for $1. Coats, OOo.. pant,2.5o,t vests, 25o. Goods called for and dollverod. Im pairing and altering done in tho best manner. K. I. HAHN, 705 Ninth St. N, W., Washington, D. P. Telephone ciltl, oW-u, WINTER CLOT Woodward &Lothrops, coLimm. 8 PRING--G00D Wc arc opaning advance Invoices of Spring Goods daily. The following de partments call attention to their exhibit: nrni.vo lint ooutMt. HATTEKNK AND WASH (HMHM. WIIITK (HKII)S. M'lIIXO limiHMY. IMPORTED DRESSES REDUCED. Wc offer the balacc ol our stock of I.ADIIfc' lMl'OIITKD llltlBSIlK, WllAl'S AND JACKET) AT OIIEATLY llKllt'CBD PIUCflN. This salo presents an excellent opportitftltf to soouro an cleuant rrtutne or wrap t very small cost, considering quality of Ubrl antf cxcluslrcncss of style. (Parlors; third floor) EVENING GLOVES FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN, We carry all lengths and shades that are desirable and fashionable. Prices are as low as such qualities can possibly be sold. 4-butrorlnot KM GIotos, ln''jlr,n. pink nnl '.cc-2 W P"1 v'15- "Sfcoil.lf 8-but lentttli Jfousauetalro KM fllorei. 'a lomon, pink and cream, $1 per pair. 12-butlongth Suodo Gloves, tn pink, cream, lavender, lemon, whlto, lilaok and assorted light tan shades S'J.rjO per pair. 10-but length Suede Gloves, In cream, black and assorted shades of light tnns, l' perrulr. 20-but length Light Tan Sucdo.Olorcs, $1 per pair. Misses' and Children's .and l-but Kid Gloves, In cream, lemon, pink and pearl, only 50o por pair. jj' (first floor, ccntrfjundcr cashier's dosk.) rfC F01JR- BARGAINS IN SILKS. Wo make particular montlon of tho follow Ins four Items In lilnck Silks, becuuso they are ccasonnblo, popular wouvos, and extra good valuo nt tho prices quoted: 2'J-lncli Dlack rroncli Surah, spring weight, perfect llnlsh, only OOo per yard. 20 Inch lilnck French Heavy Twilled Surah Silk, only Die per yard. 21-lnch Black rrcncli Mcrvclllcux, suverlor finish, pin e fibre and durably woven to pro vent slipping in scams ctu; an oxccllont 22 Inch Black Eronch Tcau do Solo Silk. Thero Is every Indication that this will bo ono of tho coming season's roost fashlonablo rub rics, its beauty und durability commend It to tho best trndo. Only $1.25 per yard. (Tlrst floor.) TOILET DEPARTMENT AT THE Boston Dry Goods House, We have a fairly well-selected stock of specifics for the skin and complexion, having taken pains to pro vide only the best we could et oi each kind, and be- 111 ieve everything we have to be very good for the pur poses intended. FACE roWBEItS-Tctlow's Swans Down, In whlto and flesh color, lUa: Tct low's Gos samer. In whlto and llesh color, U'.'o; Lublu's Infants' 1'owder, In violet nnd roso, 15o; bnnglantruo's I'owdcrs, In whlto nnd flosh color,43o; Fnlmer's 1'owdcrs, In whlto nnd iilnk, lUc: Saunders's Powders, In whlto and lesh: Madamo Lewciibcrc'a l'astlllcs do Flor ence, in white and Hash: I'ozzotil's Fowdors, In whlto and llesh, 31c; Lablacho Powder, In whlto nnd llesh, UOoi Itouire do Thcatro, ino; Oello l'reres's Powders, 60c: 1'ay's Vcloutlno, In whlto, llesh and brunotto, 87o. MISCELLANEOUS-Cold Cream, llio; lis pey's Fragrant Cream, iocs Vnsolluo Camphor Ico, 124c; Vasollno. 0 nnd llio; Pond Lily, 23c; Ammonia, lOo. . COLOGNES, EXT11AOTS. ic-Lubln's Ex, n.oo7.:Gello l'reres's i:x,!15 nnd BOo o.j At kinson's Ex, '18o and SI per hot: Wcnck's Ex, no and 7."io oz: Ilazaid & Hazard's Cologno In eery odor; Oello Frorcs's Colognes; .1,711 Oeiman Colognes; Lowest Prices; Murray I.nmnnn's Florida Wator, fjOc; Vonnard's Floildn Water, 15o; Hazard's. Florida W'ntcr, .Vic; Colgate's Toilet Waters; Oello Froros's Toilet Waters; Colgate's liny Hum, .1(1 and 71c; Colgate's Ambrosial Water, l2o; Oello i;rcrcs'a Oljeerlno do Toilet. f0o and $1; I.uycmter Ambrc, 2.'5, r0, 73o mid 81 i Eau do Quinine, for tho'lialr. .17W. 30 and 75c; Hum und Qnluluo, r.Uaml 75c;FiagvantPot Pourrl, Jars, $1, TOOTH POWDEn-Calclcr's, 15o; Colgate's, 17o; Thurston's, l()o; lluznrd'H, UOo; I)r, Weber's Wnsh, 25 and 50c; Ur, hhealeld's Paste, ll)c; Oriental Paste, 'J lo. TOOTH UltUSIIKS All almost ondloss variety. Not a brush that Is not worth more than marked; C, V2i, 16, 21, 25, and UOo. KAIL BItUSIIES-12',U, 15, 18,20,23, 28, 30 and 420. NAIL FILES-10, 12, 15, 17, 18, 20, 23 nnd 60c. NAIL POLISHEIIS-Large sizes, 02 and 87o NAIL ENAMEL, 25c. IIOSAL1NE, 25c. POCKET LME BY B0AHDS, 15c. fcO.TS-1,711 Snaps. 17c; Whlto Castllo Foap, 10c; Low's Elder. Flower Soap, 12ke; Colgate's Cashmere Uonn.uut; i oukes Oello Frcro's Soapi, In pretty boxos, for 18c; Coud ray's Jockey club, Euuln's.oto. SACHET POWDEItS-Coudray's Saohet Powders, In hollotrope, violet, whlto roc, Jockey clubs, otc, 0 nnd 10o por package. Pll'1'.BOXES-Vefy handsome, 10, 50, O'Jii. 75o nnd $1.10 each. lIANII-MIHItOUS-15e, 25c, $1.23, J1.00, 81.50 and $1.75 each. COJIBS Hubbor Flno Combs, 8. 10 nnd 12o: Ivory Tino Combs, ilO and :i8o; C'ollulold Combs, 17, 18, ill and !l8o; Hani Itubber Combs, in great arlety, 17, 18, 23, ao, ;13, 10, 10 and COc. BltUblinS-Engllih IlrUllo Hair rirtisliei, it.'., 50. 02Jfi. 75, 87, OOC, SI. $1.II7 and 51.75 each; Infants' Brushes, tlounda&o; large va iloty of Clothes llrnshof, !3, 02)J, "75, B7o, tl, $1,25 and 81.78 eaoli. WAX CANDLES-F.lcgunt lino of Fanoy Wax Caudlos, In solid colors, etc, for uso at dinners, teas, etc, 25o each, Also Itavcn (lloss Shoo Polish, 25a; o1o nant Hpongo Ilaskot, with coup dish attached, 23o; best Pot Pourrl, In fanoy cans, U0 and tl3c; Cameo (llass Toilet Sets, vory handsome 8(1.00 per sot; Sponges, In nil slzos, piuo quali ties, soft and velvot finished, l()o to $1 each; Ocmilno Chamois Skins; nlso u vniloty of otherurtloles usually found In ft woll-stoeked Toilet Ucpaitment. (Main floor; rcnr.i WOODWARD & LOTHROF, Cor.;ilth and V Street NOT. PORTIERES a'X' COST. Ta ttUuce our Stock of Portieres, we have concluded to close obt re mMnr Hock at cott. All are desirable Colors and Designs. Many Mottet be plietd In stock Tor the money. Below are a few of the prices! Chonllle Portieres at - - $9, were $ 1 2.00 Silk Chenille at - - - $ 1 5, were $20.00 Silk Turcoman at - - $ 1 7, were $2 1 .50 Sheila Curtains-at - - $25, were $35.00 A let of Odd CuAalnt and Pairs to close out below cost. LKCE CURTHINS. fli-r.it Itrdnctlon I Fabfl KUlnz1itn Ie Curtnliu, i 11 11 a H TamWir " (9ane 11 ti 11 19 " Anlkbe Havlne secured the tervlcet or MR. I'. S. MERKLINO, late with Wanaraaker's, at the C-rand Depot In Philadelphia, he will be pleased to c his numerous friends In Washington and show them the same atten tion beilewcd upon them before. "V7"a,slx- S. "Willi arias, I nlr In rashlanabl Furnllnre, Carpets and Upholstery Ooods, 311, 317 and 319 Seventh Street U. W. C33 and 63s Louisiana Avenuo Cji and 634 D Street N. W. WASHINGTON Beneficial Endowment Association! ANOTHER YEAR OF This Aitoctatlon ll now entering the twetfth year or its existence. In 18S7 tt paid Death Losses amounting to $64,500; all paid promptly. In lileven years tt has paid to the widows and orphans 5503,00a. It has cost at the age of 33 an average of $12.95 per thousand of insurance a year. OFFicmts and mrtuoTonsi Knnt.E n. T-AllNRn. I'rfMpnt. W. J. BTKPHENSON, Treanrer. i(. u. uorsAi.uMin. hii.i.iaji TiuvjwaKfnsrr.71i.lA:. I.A WltKXCK GAHDNEn, SccrctarTv F. S. PAUKS, Assistant Secretary. OFFICE419 I Oth St. N. W. Send for Circulars. ttUKIjRY imOS., OonornlAgonH, (Agents Wanted.) 1310 V STIIEET NOKTHWEST. at lL - fir- f if corTmouTZD.j 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. Jefferson Club Whisky IB TnEPUnESTANI) OLDEST OF ALL HVE WHISKIES. JOKC3ST EC. HVlO-PITJIDEIR. 1-117 ITo-oo- sror-Oc .voaa.ia.o, SOLE PROPRIETOR. SOL.B PROPRIETOR chichester;s;ehgliSH ENNYKOIAb SAFLUWAYSRCUAtlCTO LADIES INDISPENJABLt.SOLD BY All DUStlT5: ASK FOR DIAUOND BnANOjCNOltlTirjrsUnH ANQTAKENaCmiASiZ & tNATUULf NEVHT BOX. cmctirmcHiuii.to.tMiortosiiafliiLA pa 5H0Q UMlfiUCITEDWRiTTrN Tf 1TIU0NI1LS AHQ uuuiUiun cjieuruiiAU0N9 wvuto DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. COD LIVER OIL. nest Norwegian C, L. Oil 00c pint Stone's C. L. Oil 7.10 pint Moroni's OiL-.Gii 75oplnt ulollcr's 0. 1,. Oil 7o bottlo Baker's C. L. Oil 730 bottlo Hydrolclno 7oo bottlo Wilbur's Emulsion ,7."io bottlo Baker's " 76o bottlo Vhllllp's " 7Se bottlo Maltlno " 7So bottlo Pliosplmtlc Emulsion, freshly made, tliobcft of nil 73o pint W. S. THOMPSON, PHKRMKCIST, 703 Fifteenth Street. TOTTEN'S, riLLS-Com'd Cathartlo(IOO) 20o; Ayors. lilo " a r Assafoitld (lOOi i!Oo: behonok's, liJoiTottcn's. lOo; Jnyne's, Ho, etc. PII,IS 2 gr Quinine (100), -10o: a-gr, BOo. Cod-Llvcr Oil (Emulsion), boot fa, (Kin; Tot ten's, cue; Baker's, (!3c; Mageo'i, O'Jo.oto. Cod-Llcr Oil (Norwejrlan). Baker's, 680s Tot ten's '10c; Hydroreluo, 07o, oto Baisaparllla-Totton', B5oi Ayor'g, O3o; Hood's, 070. Expectorant Totten's, 40oi Jayno's, n.io. Beef, Wlno and Jron Totton'u, dOoj Wyeth's, U3o. fiend for our 48 pace price-list of Tatent Medicines, Verfuraes, boaps, Tollot Articles, Suspensories, Byrinzes, Foods, Harks, ploos, &o. We will make spoelal prices so you can got your seeds Lower than a Washington. WII.V.IASt T. TOXTKK, 072 North Tcotu tt., ruladelpUia, Vi. In Oiirtnlnn. J2.50 tlio pMr, rcditccil from $3.50 1.00. -j.'jj 4. GO. nnd $S, 57 r.t $5, $0, $7 17, $10 $1 $10 and $1 $9 and $1 11 i 11 11 11 11 S3 MARKED SUCCESS. ROBEIIT HATX, VIcoProsldent. isaau Ii. JUlUiSUrt. AJtornor. H. GOrjUS. " TIIOIIASJ. LUT jTTItEt,!., C. C.IDUNCAKSON. WARMING UP. Tlio fire In our storo not only warmed us up, but SMOKED US UP. Our suck was not damaged by flro or water, but all our ready-mado goods on tho llrnt nnd second floors weio smoked, nnd we nro now SELLING THEM AT HALF-PRICE, Net Casli' to All, r Prleo nro on t)io tickets samo as beforo tho flro. You divide them by two;and got present prices. D IWM'ON DLB'RND JHCORICIHAL.THE ONLY GENUINE HCWAREoriwonTiiLcssimiitiiuna, ASKORUGGSTrOKIH CHISTER-5ENCLISH DIAMONDlBRANDJAJiFtioqrMa oniMCLosr t iiTAHFit h& m alvtov? rOR PARTICULARiniH till kik iicnaiuriaii ivutr aai i M LKTIEn bt hiiuhn . ovturPCMLAOICSwHOKAvtyiio PCMHYROVAVPIkUWaHSVCTHt. DREWEniES. ASSOCIATION. America's Largest Brewery. Iiiettlnt Carucltr per Annaam. 500,000 BARRELS. OFFIFF. AND DF.POTi Corner First street and Virginia arenue. l'RANK 8CUWAR2, Agent. BRASS. FIRE GOODS AKD Portable Grates. Haywarcl & Hutchinson, 424 Ninth Street, Agents for niTCHEIl'S BOSTON POI.INH for lloors, Nothing to compare with It . PROF, J, ROCHON, Ladles' Frenrb Hair &371MuandUU lHhtti u w llalnlrenliif it Ibotwj ttoren (MK i aillug at r" denro l,)drit tti liAlr it Hair sliampooncd, dyeit and cat, 1 reach art lets In attendance All lbs oodtra toilet articles, line perfumory.beautlrrins conntlc, eto, and an eielii-ut ilck ot Ylim k-CVt coo atautly la taj tvto stprv. kW r Lto jRrTHIH HAVtNO KESfOVKU TO MT NEW STORE 739-741 Seyentb SI. N. W, From my old stand, Til E TtlNK. on New Tork avenue, I nm now piepared to sell ehoap-jr than ever before, and 25 per Cent. Cheaper than any othor Credit House In the city, Our stock ot Carpets, Oilcloths, Mattings, Hugs, Heating and Cooking Stoves, Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture, Men's, Youths' and Boys' Clothing .9 completo, nnd will bo sold on CREDIT cheaper than tlioy can bo sold olsowhon) In ' tho city for cash. Come and soo us, andlyou will be satisfied that Grogan's, 739-741 Sovonth St. NjV7., IS TOE l'LACK TO DEAL. All Carpets bought trom ns wo will make and lay on tho floor free ot cost. -1 DRY GOO EWIV.. K. KILEYtfi. Corner Ninth and Streets N, W., Is closing out all kinds of DRV GOODS, At Very Reduced Itatos. . E. G. DAYIS. BLACK DBE.SS GOODS, KMDROIDKUIKH LACES AND TmiMIMN, 719 Market Space, Washington, D. C. BOOTS AND SHOES. FOR THEJ& CALL ON GEORGE W. RICH, 717 Market Space. ) ALTON & STRICKL ANQ FINE SHOES. No. '939 Pa. Ave. N. W. 427! 10th St. N. W. 627 Pa. Ave. East. I hnvo a lot of Flno Shoes, my own make that I will sell nt a bargain. Give mo a trial. BSK CF.ItKS, STEUMNtl, "- UINNFOIA, Ullit Kntiir OU UObBEX niLL And yon will always have bcautltul Dread, ltplls and Illscults. Wholcsalo Depot, corner First street and Indiana avenue. WM, M. OALT & CO. MEDICAL. w-n.' w TO WEAK MEW finftrlnafrom thoeffocts of youthful errors, esrly dcny.wtillncwukncM, lost nitnhood,elo.,I will kuJ a Ttluibla Irmtiio (.ailo.1) nontilulug full turllcuUra for borae curs, FREEofcliirso. A plenilM mudlol work 1 ahoiiM lw rtml by orery man who la narroua unit debilitated, AilJros., Prut. I'.C I'OUI.tK, Jloudm, Conn. DRUNKENNESS Oil THE L1QUOJI IIAniT CAN BE CORED I1V ADMIN18TEIHNO Dll. HAINES' OOLBEJJ 81'ECU'IO. Can beirlTfiiln a enpof cofTceor lea without tbo knowTedKO of the person taking It It Is ab solutely bnnulcas, and wllleOfectu Krnmnont and siwedy cure, whether tho patient Is a modcruto drinker or an aloonollo wreck. It has been glrca In thouiamU ot cnscs.undln rry lustaneo a perfect euro has followed, IT KRVKIt FAIIJ. Tho (Tstcni once Imiiroji nalrd with tbo g peel lie, It becomes an utter uipoaalblllty (or Ilia liquor appetite to oi lit For aula by H F WAIIK. under tbo KbblttllnUMii It K IlKM'IIKNbTINK, Four- lefiitb aintl and vnnout avcuuo, Wash' iiiiun W1.1K, 1DKV KI.0 I'll! I'AHTS (IF TUB body enhuevd and slrensthonel fFull ixrtleulirs sent laealnl) free, IllUlt MUDI lAL,tO..JJuHalo. N i. EAFNEgS Uronchlti8, and J Consumption r.nurri at unur. Ntw pamphlct vnr.K u Jf.Pf.Mr.t,'Ca.ibi.ItolXriaaft 8adtorKvr rnapbittaad, niao W.Ciw , ( SJ y zW ceres Jjjjy K4in I 1"- " "V- '. tl .