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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1890.
Tub Daily Critic
ItWtMtm' New Pall floods.
8 Kwlden, the pioneer Installment twin.
CWanilty located St WO and us Seventh street
tntH nwsl, nsjs Inst returned from tnc east
NlJMtn wltn an Immense snpptf of all
kWM t hoasetteeptng goods, carpets, stoves,
rap, e. Test can fnrnlah yottr ttonse f fotn
MThW to arret, af Ibis store, srith own
irtew, en the Installment plan.
W. It. Hoachtsin tM.'a IrntMW
00 ami examine their lovely Parlor Suite.
a&MMMtWfML Either In cherry or solM
. mlf price fr rail unseasonable (toon.
tin of carpets that eannor oe
at wires which will rarmim
yt. A to be shotm those Solid na BM
toOta Snttm. X nieces, for ll. Also theft-St.
Here, of MM oak Bed room Suttts.
Tbtw Saftea arc all Da fits, and will, no
dottm. jAtttm the matt fattdkns purchaser.
All orders for Wall papering for the next
twt weeks at astier cent dlponnt. at
w H Hormrro C 's,
11 1 F street northwest.
The NnMnnal Safe Dermslt Onmpnnj,
tMr. lath St. nml N. Y. Avenue.
Btssrtiire for 9reTware, Jewelry, uasyas,
FJtre WwsJs and valuables of alt Marts,
twain moderate Safe deposit bote for
rest at the very lowest rates.
Brrechmnhlne at the frtieutsen nml
Bxcnrslen llimn the Hirer.
Tfcc Aflernnoti ami evening obierv
awe of Labor Pay yesterday was like
everything else connected with It
Itletwnnt In tbe lilgbeet degree. The
dtlrewe bj Hcprewnlatlves Watle,
(Julnn awl .McCarthy, Chairman
Bchultuels of the Legislative Commit
tee, were listened to by a large audi
ence at Sclieutr.en Park nml frequently
steeled with applause. During the
or cnln Hie Artlllcty lkml jtaveaeon
cctt, nnd dancing ami other pastimes
wi re continued until a Into hour
The pfllnlcrs and decorators had an
tnJoyaWe time nt Itlver View. During
the afternoon speeches wore delivered
by Sir. August Donath, a member of
Typoernphlonl Union. No. 101, and N.
A. Dunnlnc of the editorial staff of the
A'ntienal lfrmmM, tho Farmers' Alli
ance Journal of this city. Mrs. Marian
AValpert of this cltv, recently of
Michigan, pave a recitation entitled
"Hungry." and a closing nddress was
made by Paul T. llrotvn.
The Plasterers' Local Assembly, No.
1011, enjoyed themselves hugoly at
Marshall Hall. The aftornoon athletic
sports were In chargo of John Fit
gcrald. There wore shell, tub and sack
races, with money prizes. Tho baseball
game lctwcon the Y. M. C. A. and Km
melt Guards teams resulted In a victory
for the lattor In n scorn of I to 0. Sev
eral gamblers spread their layouts early
In the day, but wore ordered off the
grounds by Mr. James Curry, chairman
of the committee of arrangumenls.
STABBED HIS WIFE.
A llangrrous Wound Innivled In h
7 litre vm a slight dilllculty between
I'tHtk Smllli ami wife. Imth colon!,
i it First street last night. Frank took
Hilvantneo of his wife ami stabbed her
In the left breast with a pen-knife.
1 he wound Is considered a verv danger-
us one by tho physicians at tho Freed
man's Uif pltal, wberu the was taken.
Itolh Mr. and Mrs. Smith had been
di Inking, and it Is supposed that tbe
difficulty grew out of this cause. No
atresia have as yet been made.
Sir. (latilnrt's Horse Ituns Away and
TliruM llhti (tut.
Last night, alto lit 1 1 o'clock, Hobert
Oaidner was driving rather a spirited
liorso down Kightb street, when the
animal lucanie frightened at some ob
ject and run away. The vehicle was
overturned and Mr. Gardner was thrown
to the sidewalk.
He was picked up la an unconscloiit
condition ami taken lo tbe Freedmaa'a
Hospital, where liU Injutlea were foiled
to be of a very union, nature.
Turners at I'raclUf.
A farewell gjwnasllc itfactlce wat
given lat night by tbe Columbia Turn
vtrtln Society at tbeir old ball, 100
New Yotk avenue. Tbe programme
eoBlted of a ralUtbt-nle drill, musk:
and liaaciug. Tbe gymnastic exerei3
were patitelpaled la by fifty boys and
twesty huh, ami tou.Ulul of acta on
tbe iMrallel and borUontal bars, etc.,
concluding with a pyrtunUl reftreaeBtlag
the differvnt forms of combat.
Tbe soekiy will shortly eataUUb
iHelf In more suitable iuartcr ami
commtnee ureitaraiions to entertain tbe
KalteMl Turner Hum, wbleb is to
meet la this eity In two years. TaU
event U kooketl forwaid to with intereat
by tbe Germans of tbe eiiy, and will
draw pcojita from all tarts of tbe
FJeliltu In is Flshtlui; lluuiur.
Jtw FUUls U talk lug ngbt again, and
1. i ut in a cmd i.ffwlng to Bgbt Jack
IiaiKr. Hilly Daeey or Billy Young,
I'm ym f Strf), tb Utter pfef mi.
YwC b rfatrdly rhallengwl
lMfi, Urt I be littler n wttwt eould
iwr vi tn wetAry backing- Now
mi Utt U M Umw oMbt uot to be any
tit. tiki- Mi uintuggg- a BgbL If k vr
i'i mm a tH k wUruri. wore Mtewtln
tlMH y nMr tianJiar evnt in Ustoetty,
i ml wmU m witawiwd by a kre
ti wrf wlm wnt to lie tbMt two ligkt
aeulii tWir ettnteeaeaa in a
VtxtTbtaiMiay motaing "CaUCocnia
on Wkfle,M now at Out nUlilwoae atW
OUs tiejaat. will b on only for (fag
t neat tnimwaU of fruit, gtocawy and
vton mifbanli, etc., who make tnui
selvca known at Urn door by preaenting
tbrir rimiii 'IVmotio.- u Cumim
day. ad TkuncUy aitensooB wUl be
dartwbMl to the cabinet oJBotts and tklr
f rianata. Friday and batunlay tbe can
M.U1 bat ones lo tho public a uutaL
IuMimB KnnhiB at tB Mar.
for tkis occasion the Istaaylvni
Vu.boad wW run atai-isl escursion tu-
MiOMntr, icft. S. Train wiil Uv tka
iitnwnieg, aneciai train will hwv Pen a
iifcUn. nv aUUiuf ta ruuu4 uii W35.
1U t TiiT U Alia.
fin heww o Jaw 8M. is Tin Cuf
aUtrf . imi HkUy dtuueed by te but
ilgaV. ' !. ksMWtret, bfouyfc
i nVwutvat to t cm. ad on tb
i-ium oaw of tbe bmU of Ko. 4
xttcm, fsogawajhtof genua, arfvwed
t M. wd dxnngnd atog tbe bk
1 jnj iof MNatat ftMlnffff
A aeoairDl Tt-i
I aU the saeans of puMM: conveyaoce in a
tMjr, un iur a tow bona, during a
die of the eaudvyea. means gansiril
lualvataff uf tcada uui inju4jv gar She
wn bote, and fat atumdud vitk emar
i wa mrt-" kws to tbe vummumj
1 am mnrh wwariuu to the iudJrldMtl
i lw goaoml Ua-uv uf hb -tu, luiotru
aBB, HV WW VJ bBtf M.niB us
tBiyurtaot vtgium lor avjee lru-
H4 in.i oa iMnusr car- u wo
i . -. - . 1 1 (wry 14 ur -Munfjrlt Uvtir
o, uJjiui Uuu'ac and cbxouu;
ti.. .... i iavoU au4 liuc uX
ujtw diauiilcrk Tb am iru4Uit, sure
ui Jloiiiii pieaoout W takwi ui i"Jl
Ut&i baiiulu4, i
TREW LEAD PROM
START TO FliXISH.
GOORTNEYS PROPHECY FULFILLED.
Tie Stttta Itkuri RefaHn Tk Plfchwtw
F5ik a Mi ThinJSxtttwrtHamry
nM Tibm Mm.
Traliwr Ooflrtaey of the Columbia
crew aOwtftl frftb laurels to bt farm m
a prtet yetterrlay, for bis confhlmt
nwwtkm tbnt tk crew wwthl leml
from start to finish in the eliiht-mml
rate In tbe Stnten Islaml Hegatta ws
fnlflltetl. ColnmWn Ttm by a length,
ending from Mart to finish, ami made
tbe dbtanre in the e.xtnHmllrmttlj fast
time of 4 40. The Staten Islaml crew
finish etl secoml, ami tbe Potomacs of
this city third. Hy winning, the Co
lumbine retain the handsome $1,00(1
challenge cup for a year, ami the club
and members of the crew receive indi
A big crowd bm present from this
city ami made things lively. In the
tatting the Potomac were the favorites,
but when the Columbia contingent ar
il veil they quickly took that ltosltlon.
SMx crews were entered ColumWas,
Potomace. the Arthur Kulls of Xew
Jeroy, Tritons of Newark, New York
Athletics nnd Staten Islaml Athletics.
Mr. John Hilnekcr of Philadelphia was
referee. Considerable delay was caused
at the start by the breaking of the rud
tier post of tho New York Athletics,
and after It wasrt paired the crews were
lent on their Journey.
It was n bed start, but Columbia got
sway quickly. Twenty yards from the
start tho New York Club again broke
Its rudder post, and twenty yards from
the start went out of tho race There
after there were only three crews left,
the Columbia, Stalon Island nnd Poto
mac, but the latter was far In tho rear,
and the battle was between the first two
Columbia opened upagap of alcnglh
at the quarter nnd was rowing a perfect
ttrokc, while tho Pototnacs wero strug
gling painfully In the ronr. Tho pice
wa too hot for them. Near tho llnish
they raited their stroke to 48, nnd It
looked ns If they might pass tho Staten
Islnnds, but bad steering prevented
this. A short distance from tho win
ning line Columbia mado a grand
spurt and wont over tho line a winner.
When they rowed back lo tho iloat
the inlhuslaillc Columbia men lifted
Hum out of the boat and carried them
around on their shoulder, meanwhile
tboullng until tboy wcro house. The
Pi'tnmnc men also Joined In the Jubilee,
and although many of them wereheavy
mm is, did mil let that Interfere with
il.e Jolllllcnllon lhat followed. List
tilji.l the Washington club men were
palmloe Now York a lurid hue In honor
of the victory, and ihelr brethren In this
tly were celebrating the occiilon In
t titty much the same style.
1 hu tcttilt Is a high tribute to tbe
tklll of Trainer Courtney, ami hu do
sci ves a great doal of praise for the man
ner In which be handled the men. They
have been willing pupils however, and
the remit of yesterday's race Is to them
sufficient compensation for their hard
work In training.
When tbe crew returns they will lie
tendind a reception at the club house,
and the Columbia bovs will try to show
tlnir appreciation of their repreaenta
tivts good work.
Tbe winning crew was as follows: J.
M. Kmyon. 1; A. A. Snyder. 2; L. L.
Ilartar. 3; Kd. Ilynn, 4; A. W. John
wn. 3; W. K. Crfel, 0; Charles Ihker.
7: B. J. Jannas, stroke, ami W. A.
The next big athletic event in this
vicinity will be the fall meeting of the
Amateur Athletic Union to be held
next month at Analoatart Islaml. Mtny
of the membeisof tbe Columbia Club
have practiced aasbluously, and the
event promisee to be the most Interesting
that baa ever happened in this locality.
All tbe amateur athletic clubs or the
citiBlry will send representatives. The
programme embraces athletic coateat9
of all kinds ami ought to boom sport In
this city, such as It has never been
To morrow Washington baseball ea
ihuaiaMs will have an opportunity to
k tbe Chicago ami Ilrooklyn Urotber
bood clubs In a championship game at
Capitol Park. Tbe game bus been
trsHafmed here, aiotply to ascertain
whether it would be profllabie to locate
a Iirotberbood club here. That U a
question eaily answered. As a perma
nent thing it would not. Fit a few
games it would prove Mieceacful.
Some of Ward's friends are trying to
induce bint to locale the Brooklyn O ub
here fur tbe remainder of tbe stuon,
but b will hardly do this, as be has
Lut two weks of borne games to play
I ef re going West to Habm tbe w won.
lb- hi will undoubtedly be a big erowd
at I apitol Ptk to mw row, and tbe ven
ture w HI poaaess additional attrae ions
by ieM of tbo cbwenisi of tke pH
aabt rac in which. lirookln U a wry
A I'ismhnI Tuunaiuiut.
A tournament will be bold noxt Tauis
dy at Matakall Hall, in which a num
iuer of horseman from tbU city and
IHUtm Ooono'a County a expected to
take part. Tiiiinjt will ramwtmett at
f anjd foniinne tusttl neoning.
Bpi-echw and a ball will fellow at abjkt,
and wttaic wiil be furaiatuttl by Scauu;
dot's band. TVe follow in are tke ont
ctria and cowwitbwi waw will conduct
lite tour suHKOoi
Capiam W. V. OeaoMt, cfcief asarahal, J.
W Jenkins and Benjamin Tubman, Jr.,
idea. Uuith Mltchtl. Haaury A. Turner,
willlam J57jUrr, U U. fiomm and L.
M. noutlwrbuMi, lung. J. W. Wartag, t.
X. Vuu, Joan Wanau and immfk CT Uk
Ktlihao. cBltia on arraigsaienti and
totitatkms, Unkl CUkU, E E. lUr
iw, Paul HUL, and logr anning. tour
mncsigem; E- H. Brawner, Chart! Co and
ibUti Bagga, haJ4a .
4 crowded tuMatn gatwiml ikw iwimrlal
Atnue snUlty Com pony latt ait at
taws G-tofcn ai tin) innugytfajiloai of lite
winter snos). Tbe company is a e
tilint oat. wd presenU troj array
of vaudevilto taWot. The specialties
m of a high oaeVr of morit and
lbutdnatkhlly rclved. Every ifat
and Wcdnjeaday, Thuradiy atnd Ifriday
The fuUowkMf burbiing ptatioiti wetc
iatiMsd today- E. Vtm&m o i
atonr hrich dveliieci, U wad 4l
. Vtlkr, on story brich atoae, 7i
10uh atxeot koutkaaat. coat 3o
Saiul Milkr, oaeatory vMitiott to
IC3 Pennsjlvsuda aveouat auatwhamd
jam. fcaiow's niM.t.htiig nirup aoouid
elvajnt U UaeA tor uhBdren twitihlag. It
oniahoi the lihiiA, autieo the guma, aUaya
all uds, cure wUui colic, aod & la tho boat
Jtamwf lot iWnrrtmit aac a
A LEARNED G'RL.
Ihe History ef the Mnttern t'orrts."
Xm tot Sew Tort Wert
Mile. IWceoco, a Itoitmanlan girt, Sit
yenfs oW, mts sticce1 sfolly pttfani heT
examination before the Parts Imw
FiWHf'ty ami Is now a f ill frexlfed
I.Ii. D. Mile. IMleesro i very dekled
In Iter tattes, very bold when srssaklBg
of raw and the rights of woman, lint
painfully timid when addressed on
ordinary subjects. She belongs to a
anm.1 family, and came to Parts with
hr met her In 184, and after some
hesitation on the p"' f tn faculty
wm ml m it ted to the law classes.
Among her opponents was 51. Colmet
tie Pnnterre, who afterward became her
professor, end to day he considers Mile.
iHkeeco one of his most brilliant pupils.
Her law examination attracted as
much attention as a first representation
at any theatre, ami well It might, for
Mile IMIceeco Is the first 'doctortm en
Armf of France.
She had the good sense to choose for
her essay a subject that injured m one's
sensibilities: "The legal condition of a
mother according to Roumanian law
and accordlne to French law."
A French lawyer tells me that the
Ideas of this young girl are surprising
In their eleratlon. Here are some of
them "Woman should have the right,
not to Intrude on man's province, but
to show herself his equal In fulfilling
the mission that is really Iters. This
mission consists, not only In perpetuat
ing the race, but, above all. In training
those who later will be men. Woman,
like man, forms part of a civil or po
llllcal socleiv. In other words, of a
State. Indeed, woman U not less than
men Interested In the formation of
laws, In the government of public
nirnlrs, In the administration of justice.
Wc think often it docs not become her
to be a direct participant, but she has
for representatives father, brothor,
husband and son."
Mile. Hllceeco concluded by asking
that, with reference to the child, n
mother havo the snmo rights as arc now
enjoyed by tho father.
When questioned, Mile, Illlcesco
answered without hesitation, and In tho
tllecusstons she used the arguments
necessary to balllo her opponents.
THE FIRST INTERVIEW.
James lloswell Slay lie Iteeariled ns
the I'nlton Halnt,
Frem Iht Sxtltirdott Riritte,
The life of James lioswclt was a scries
of interviews, nnd, If Interviowcrs over
have their patron saint, ho ought to be
beatified for tho office. In his time In
terviewing did notoponly avow Itsolf as
tucb. it was performed under difficul
ties which will make tho present prac
titioners of the art smile. General Paoli
(of Corsica), who little know that ho was
the proto-martyr of tho Interviewing
pcrtccutlon, described tho procesi to
Fatiny Hutney In terms which wo may
be nllowed to quoto here In order to
i-how to lis present professors how rude
the art was In Its llrst beginnings, and
bow vatt the progress Is which has since
''Ho (Hoswell) camo to my country
and he fetched me mime letters rec
ommending him, but I was lu the be
lief lhat he might be an Importer, and
I supposed In tnv mind that he was an
espy, for I look away from him and In
n moment I look to him again, and I
btlmld lils tablets. Oh' he was to the
work of writing down nil I say. In
deed. 1 was angry, llut soon I dis
cover he was no tmpoelerand no espy,
and I onlv find I was myself the mon
stcr be hud come to discern." Tbe in
terviewing reporter, or special cor
respondent, as we believe we ought to
call Mm for Hie class stands very
much on lis dignity and a correspondent
is a very different sort of person from a
ri'Mirter now presents Himself quite
at his ease, notebook and pencil In
hand, when the pencil is not between
bis tieib, ami sets about hit workopenly
ami with elaborate arrangement.
An AiiiiiIiic Ticket.
fnm lit ltoplo TUtm.
The proposed ticket In 'IK of Alger
ami Heed would be picturesque at least.
With a blrody shirt ami art American
Hag, the outfit would be sufficient to
make Foraker ami IngalU turn green
Ad Jnlarestlnc Trip.
Every Thursday to Island Park anl
Harpers Ferry. No eoNttwhm or crowd
lug. Kvry ticket entitles tb boMr to a
rtttrveil seat. Itottad trip $1 Train
lav B. A O. Station each Thursday
until September 4, at 10 a. m. Secure
seals In advance at 410 anil 1331 Penusyl
vaula aveuua. No extra charge.
Oue Way Out uf It.
from Ifu Ttrn llnvlt JCjint'.
You can't teach an old dog new tricks,
but you can buy a new dog.
IN it first atages, can '.be auoseaafully
cUeeked by tbe prompt u of AyeFa
Cherry i'ectorul. Even in tbe later
period of that dueoe, tbn cough U
wonderfully relieved by tbU wauViue.
' I have ud Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
with tha Wat efert iu my practice.
Tbu wouuVrful prt-paratiou oiweutveU
tuy Ufa. I bad a cotutant cougit, uijgbt
aweala, wu greatly reduced Xa death,
and given up by my phyaician. Oue
hottln ami a nail of the fVcturaliurrd
ma." A. J. Eidaou, M. !., iiiduktou,
" lieveral year ago I was aeverely ill
The doLtura aaid I ww in comtiuuptiuu,
nnd thai they eeuhi do uothing fur uu-,
hut adtiaed Mo, a a Mat reaurt, to try
Aer'e Cherry tNtcUMtal. Aitcr tokiug
tbia medWino two or three mouths 1
waa cured, and my bonith remain good
to the present day." Jams Bifcburd,
" Several years ago, oa a passage homo
from California, by wau-r, I uiuirm-wd
go aeere a ujld lhat lor buum day I
wa coutiued to uiy suie-iuoui. a.ud a
uhyMciau uu Imard tuaauivred uiy lite
fu dauger. liappruiuK Ui have a butilu
uf Aer' Cherry Pulural, I ud it
lreely, aud uy luuu ttrc ouii eiured
lo a ln.jltljy .uudiuou. Siiuo thru I
luivuiutdJiislily m uuuuvuded tkispri-u-arutuiu."
J. B- Choudler, JuiK-liuu, V.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or- J. C. Ayor it Co., Uwoli, Mass.
Bold by Ji Dxujfiu 1 rue $1 , ' bvu'ts.ad.
Ward a: I t-1 i .
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tte Ut-ti i t i
, rbai nu- a .
i Uctillli) at. r.
i It djlaf LElLu
1 tl.-n pri.t. '-.
uztu u - s a y
t olds, oft,, t.tl
ltCnV.4 t l.c JfJO
u thVatc ud blli.
TM. TiiJt lMJt
A jthrtr,.t9 io .nuni taU -ju . r .5 n aad U-
a.t-eetOi. irlO SO Wii-La a, I I-" i.frti ,f
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The Trains a re Vcstlbuled from end to end sntl protctd by Pullman's
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All the Oars la All the Train t
Heated tF Steam ana Lililcil toy Pintscli Gas
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Passengers occupying Pntlor Car Scats or Sleeping Car Uorths will piy
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This Is tho Only Line Running Trains from Washington In
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Low Trices wilt prevail at all tlmas. Our
notto will be Qulek Halts and fmall Profits.
Po not fall to visit our store for Hargalas, a
we ean sell HATS, KUItNIHlIINQ OOODS aad
CLOTIUNd at 25 l'EIt CENT. LRi8 llwn any
otUr Itoutfl In this Clitrict.aa we raanufdo
ture all oer on goods. To be eoavlao!
give us a call.
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EXTRACT OF BEEF.
for iarovel aad acoamwtr
eeokary, tue U for Koupa, Kausos
aad. Matle ntsbiMf la iavos, ua
comftrablt, and dissolve perfaetly
etear Is war. Makes delicto!
JHaef Ta atut ttpt im nil cLmota
tuf any Vaegtb d Hum. 1 H eual
to 40 aVaof haw beat Oaly tatt
br Jhiu vott LI-
bLr awi taus kl
sigualMM lit Uu
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kutla aA atatMaa, sntntaaala ItetMt, w
tuar Vint tUtm m4 UsUaoa oouo
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RENTING OF SAFES,
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K.E. Cor. 15th Street and Nw York Ave.
orrosiTE u. s. tiieasouy.
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Cheapest Fuel in the Market,
Great Reduction in the Price of
Inorderto rsduee our law toek w wUl
dallver until lurtbar notion bst quality COK E
lor ilomattte porposM at ttw foliowlac LO V
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, $3,30.
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We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
Come Up and
The owner has extended our time a
short while. Our customers reap the
benefit. The Lumber must not be
moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND.
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
L1BBEY, BITTIHGER & MILLER,
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS,
HIKE TEi 02 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the coolclng is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
BUY TOUE TEOTKS AID HARlfESS
W iksmti tt JT W.,
HAS BEEN SOLD.
Get Our Present
$1 AS and $1.50.
IN 10 03 13 MltiOTZ3.
o.xt to Odd Pdlowa' Hall
T FILLS ICE
924 Pennsylvania Ave,
Wbotosate and Retail Dealers In
Our WaM po to All Parts of the Cltr,
InettsdhHt Mraat Pleasant.
CALI.S-WB, m and M.
Look Dui for the White Wagons 1
Tho Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ilalls Magnificent Bqnlpment.
In effect Mar 11th, 1890.
Trains leave Wasblnrton, Irora station, cor
mr of flxlh and Ii streets, as follows:
Pen Pirrsncna and the West, rhtcairo Limi
ted Express of miiman Vestibule cars at
10 90 a m dallys Fat I.lne, 10 so a m dally to
ClitCBeo, Colnmbns and 8t Lonls. with
SlirBe Cars from narrlsbnrirto lndlanap
olw, Plttsbnrff to Oolnmhns; Altooni to
ChleeRO. M. Umls Chicago and anclnnatt
Bxprees, 3 SO n in dally Parlor car Wash
lrglon to Ilarrlsbnrir. and Sleeping cars
Ilarrlstrar to St. Louis, Chlcniro and Cin
cinnati, and Dlnlnc Car Ilarrlsbure to St
Louis, t hlcsiM and Cincinnati. Western Kx
press. at T.M pm dally, with aleeplnn Cars
Washington tochtoaeonnd St Ionls, con
neetlDg dally at Harrlsbnre with through
sleepers for LoulsTlIleand Memphis. Pull
man Dining car nttsburg to Richmond and
llileago. Pacific Express, 10.00 pm dally,
for Pittsburg and the West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg and Pittsburg to Chi -eago
DALT1MOHK AND POTOMAC ItAILnOAD.
Pob Raks. ranandalgua. nochestor and Nl
agara Falls dally, except Snmlay. 8.10 a m.
Ton En Canandalgnn and Itochester dally;
ft r llttffalo and Matara dally, except Sat
urday, 10 00 p tn, with (Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Pen itxtsMsronT, Loo ITaTen and Klmlra,
nt 10.ro a m dally, except Unnday.
Fon WiLUAJuronT, dally. .1.30 pm.
FoBPuiLABELrHU, New York and the Bs
T.so, dco, ll.toand 11.40a m, s.io, 3 is, kso,
5.40. lOOOandllja) pm. On Sunday, 9.00.
Jl.40 to. 8.10. 3.1. 4 X, 10.00 and II iopit.
Limited Express of Imllman Parlor Cars
9.40 a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon New York only, Limited Express with
Dining Car, S.oo p m dally.
Fon PntLAKLrniA only. Fast Kxp'ess 8 10 a
m weekdays and 4pm dally. Express
feundar only, 5 40 p m.
Fon llovtoK without chango, 3.15 pm orary
Fon Erookitw N. Y., all through trains con
nect nt Jptey City with lioats of Ilrooklyn
Annex, affording dlreet transfer to Fulton
slrec t avoiding double ferriage across Now
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m woek-days, 11 30
Fon ItALTlsionit. CIS. 7.80. 8.10, 0.C0. 0.40, 10.00.
10.ro, 11 roand It 40a n, U.fVi. a.10. 3.1S 3..10.
4 00, 4 SO, 4 80, 8 CO. (1.40, 0 00, ,.40, 10.00 anil
ll.sopm. OnSunday9.cn 9 0s, lo.ro, li. to
a m. 2 10,3.15. 3.10,4.(X), 4. SO. 8.00, 5.W. 0.00,
7.40, 10 oo and 11 20pm.
Fon Pora's cntxK Link, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p m
dally, cxecpt Sunday.
Ton AHNAtoLis, 7.80 and 9.00 am, 123 and
4tirpm dally, excipt Sunday. Sundays,
9 00 a.m and 4. so p m.
WASIIINUTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY
In effect May llth, 1890.
Fon Al.EXANlinu, 4 30, 0 38, 7 43, 8 ft, DIV
107 a in, IX 01 noon, 3.CS. 3.30, 4 28, 183,0.01,
8 , 10.06 nml II. SO p m. On Sunday at 4 30,
7.4ft, 9 43 10,87, a tn, S.30, 0.01, 8.W and 10.03
AimMKoDATioN for QuAntlco, 7.43 a mand
43 pm wrk-days. 7.43amSutidayi
Fon lliriiMONU and the South, 1 30 and 10 87 a
in dally. Accommodation 1.83 p m week
Tiuins leave Alexandria for Washington, 8.03
718,810.9.10. 10.18, 11.07am: 120 .1.00.3.50,
6.10, 61. 7.00 9.1W, 10 37 and II 0J p m
On Fucday at 9.10 and 11.C7 a m; 2.00, 3.1.'
7.M. 7.30. 9.W nod lu.37 1 m.
Tickets ami lufiirnMilnn at tho office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street ana
Pennsylvania aTonue.nn1 nt tho ttatlon,
where urdtrs ran bo left for the checking of
luggage to destination from hotels and red-
ciias'.'k. puoii. j. n. wood,
General .Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent.
linltiinoto and Ohio Hnilt'oatl.
Schedule In effect Jane 90, 1330.
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jersey avenue and U street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Veitlhuled
Limited express dally 1IJ0 a m, express
OKI p in.
Fob Cincinnati, St. Louts and Indianapolis
ox press daily 3.30 m.d ll.SO p m.
Fob PirrsBVRti and Cleveland, oxprcij dAlI
9 W a m and 8.40 p, m.
Fob LxxiNeTON mid points tn tbe Shenandoah
Valley, IU0 am.
Fob imhistih and war stations, tf.30 p m.
Fob Liirat, Mjo and S.su pm,
Fob IIaltimobk, week days, 4 03, 8.00, flJW.
7.s. 7Jt0iH.to 48-nilnutes), 8.W, 9.30, (11.00.
t.00 4t-mlnutes) a.m, li.lO.l'.n (.',80 43
minutes). (3.13, 43-B.lnutes), 3.23, 4.20, 4 jo,
4AS IU0, 48-mtnntes) 3.30 0.00, 018, 0.8O.
7 10. 7J0, 8 36, 9W. 10 30 and It 10 p.nu
t-undays, 4C4, 7.W, 7J0. 8.30, 9 30 a m.
(lt.00, 43 mlBUtas) 1.00. 2.13, (450, 43-mla
utes) 3., 4 , 4 it, (1.80, 43 minutes) OM.
e.18, 6.80, 7 30, 8.310.3 . 11.30 p m.
Po U ay fcTATioNs bet ween Washington and
jtaltlmore. 8 CO, SM, 8 SO am., U10, 3 a.
4S. i. HJOpm. Sundays, 8.30 am., 1.00,
3,4.,j, ll.iopm. '
Trains lcavk Haltimohc for Washington,
week Uj. S.U, t, 6. W, 7.15, 7,40.8.00,
8 30. 8 3R, 9.30 and 10JW. 10.33 am.; 13.00,
U.W. X ID, 2.3u, 2 30. 4 00, 4 13, 8 00. 0 00.8.20.
7.Ct, 7 tO. 8JM, 30. 9 IS). 10.10, 10.20 and 11. 00
pm. bundavs. 8 SU. 7 13. 8 30. 8.33, 9 30, !0 20.
1.6 a re.. U W 1 0ft.21tf,2 3C,4 11 9X0,0.20,
7X0,7 3U,8.',S30, 1010. 10M and ll.Wpm.
Fob Anmaimlm. 33 ami 8 3d a m U.lOand
4 30 p w. buadays. 8 3d a m., tu p m,
Leaf a AsuapulU 6 33, 8.37 a m., U 05, 3.5
pa. Busdays, 8 30am., 3.38pm.
Pott bTATioi.ii ou the Metropo.ltan Urano
18.30, ,810 a ui.. Si. 15 p m. For primps
stattoaa ooly, tw.w a m.tl.JO and t3lt
Fob flecKTiUJC aad Way Stations, tl 33 p m.
Fob pAiTUBksauui and i&trieedlate pa'uts
t.i, i4)06. tlUOa ib., tl.00, tJOO. .13
Fob l'oiu'saud toteraudlate stations, 3
Chuuh tiiain leave Washiagtoa on Sun i
atl 13 V ., Hopptag at all statnns oa
FBPkitiUAK.ttl30,jia.39, 1)30 tit 33am.,
Sl.U, 30, tl.su pat.
Ftut IlAtkTwN. tW.O a m. and tVTO p m.
TvAiks ABuvclroai Cbleago dally 1141am
autl 4. W eb; from Ctaclunatt uu J M Lou s
itaby . tea kaaod 2.06 pajj Irbm fittbur)!
7.M) a m. 8.8a p u dally.
NstW YOHK I'HILADBLVIIIA DIVISION.
tHut New You, Treatoa. Newark. N J , n-i
tlla.ilMriL, N. J , 'tOS. tsuo, 10 00, I"J0
a as 9, UM asd ! ) p m Bufot
rVtWr Cars ub alt day trains. Sleeplnt ar
us la K) W p m, oiB at 9 is) p m.
Fob Pun inn.yyn,m, u.w. iaoo. ;;oo
won, 1.S0. 1 SO. . aad 10 3) p m.
Fob awABK, IM , WUatiatua and t'ictar,
i.e. t8.se a m, w.w buob, wj, iw,
4I.1S askl 'M 39 p u.
Fob ikiaasiEiMATE ftuant betweun Ba"tl-n ira
and Hd-mUlntla, ti 09 aad 7 20 a m t: oo,
l M p m.
Tbaam uuy New Yotk fo Washing' oa,
U).tll.W a U, M.09. 3 2C, ssoupiudui
Tbaumla PUladalpada lor Wash oi'ot,
UM. 8.1V 1H. UM a m, tl hi, ! n,
i,'il xa. wtaa ruiaun iiu(r?t
Car nmlm tbfuuU t bor,t i
vkaajia, vu MMUiiaaoiMie to. l a
HMMTS IB . i
I. tfc M tlUu 4 tit
Fott .atlavtio Citv, 4J8 aad 10. w a ro I ')
auou. wiasujrs, iw aa, i.uuii uiu
Wbbk bats, . a at., 1.S9, 4,s0 p m S
days, 9.38 a aa.. 1 30, 3.18 p m.
Lav May stuwa, wk days, 1. 10, ."'?; -:i,
ottdaya. 8.09, 8 39 y m.
t Except tUuhlar. sQatly. SunJiy ca'y,
Baaaa oailasl lor and '.becked i r n,i.,
tf l acq ldf booi by Pulua Tran-ieci a
utden It ft at tk'kMt uSks, 6u imi . . I' a.
ate. and ut depot.
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6-u Manager ru pj,.-- . .f.
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