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THE BAIIT CUFTIC, EDNESDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic
O ITT BVEOIATjII.
Knrttfen's New Full ROWtM.
Tohii lrodden, th pioneer installment man,
r-rntrally hxtttcn atMOftnd fW Seventh street
rirhWBt1h Jtwt refmiwd from M east
em anrtftet with an tanrntpe snpptf nf alt
kinds of lwnfcepta(C koonI. earneM, stove
mm. etc . Ton enfl rarntan jrmt honse f rwm
cHlar to (ftrrrt, at tats store, with cash
nicies, on the tB11etit plnn.
Ilonglitnn At U.
oo aire examine their lovely rartor Suites.
Mst ptoex foe sn Ihuierin cherrr. ot olM
Oiifc. Half rf fr rail nnonaw awls.
Pneh pattern of carpets that cannn'
dnpllcnteH, at prlctw whleh will wrrnrt
Ji n. Ak to be shown those Solid Oak Bed
loom Soften, 1 pieces, for $1 AIo thett $81,
3 pieces, of Solid Oak Bert own Suite.
These Snffes are all rAtr. and will, bo
rtonht, please the mott fatMlons pnrshasier.
All orders for Wall paperlns: for the nett
two weeks at 45per cent discount, at
W H Hm-nirro't A Co ',
11. 1MB F street aorthwet
The NMInnal Sure Iepnlt (Jnmpiny,
Cor. lAih St. nnil N. Y. Aveme.
Btorar Por fPIrerwure, Jewelry, Lmm,
Fine woods and rslnshles of all kinds,
chaiircs modenite 8ef deposit boxes for
rent at the very lowest rates.
NO IMMEDIATE DANGER FEARED.
His Hrtnk In the llle Office Itulldlmr
An apparent bteak in th Twelfth
street wait of the new seven story build
ing now Uelae comtnictcti at the aottlb
west corner of Twelfth and F streets
was discovered yesterday. The police
had ropes placet! aroumi the btilMIn
and every precaution taken In case the
1'iilMltie should col I a nee. Inspector
;nlwlsle was notified, and after a
thorough Inspection the workmen were
ordered to "shove up" the Twelfth
street wall, and In a short time all Im
mediate danger was removed. Inspector
j'ntwisle said that the accident was one
likely to occur to any new buiidlne,
and was not the result of neglleence.
air. W. llruce Gray, the architect,
was seen at llio building this morning.
The fracture, he said, was accident !
and was not duo to faulty planning or
construction. There Is no danger of a
collapse at alt and !y to morrow even
ing the building will be the same as lio
fotc the accident. Mr Gray repeated
the building inspector's remark that It
was an accident liable to happen to any
ntw building and added that it has fre
quently happened, but publicity has not
alwajs been given to the fact.
A COLLISION NEAR LONG BRIDGE.
No Dmrmco Itesnlteil Other Than
llrenhlne U Two Knclnes.
There was a colllston last night be
tween a switch engine and a Virginia
Midland train at the corner of Thirteen
and a-half Btrect and Virginia avenue.
Engineer Hitter was basking a caboose
down tbu track, and when near the
Lr ne llrldge the two trains came to
gether. Nutthcr of them were running
at a very high rate of speed.
Tbc caboose was considerably do
ii i lUUctl nnd the engine of the MM
lurid train disabled. A delay of an
1 our wes caused nnd in the meantime
the passoDgers were transferred to the
Ilaltlmore and Potomac depot In car
tinges. The engineer of the switch
engine is blamed for the accident, as he
IibiI no right to the track at the time.
WITH A TOY PISTOL.
A Hoy lnjinrn Illnnxir NaToroljr by
Yesterday afternoon Fted Mahoney,
a hi y, was dangerously injured by the
explosion of a ley pistol. In company
Mjlh a few companions he was shooting
rrcd birds at the terminus of I) street
s cuthwest. Mahoney vory foollihly at
tempted to pound a cartrfdgo Into the
bit tcli of the pistol while holding tbc
barrel directly toward him. The cart
ridge wm discharged, and the ball en
teral hk abdomen.
OiHcer Btenhouse of the Fourth Pre
elect took the boy to Dr. Cook'a ottiee,
bere the ball was prolied for, but with
out effect. Later the boy was sent to
Lis home, 410 Fourteenth street. Ilia
condition U eoutkieted serious.
Tlio Driver Wu Alrep.
Coder IS. Washington, colored, the
dilver of one of Lewis cement wagons,
was in tlif I'idice Court this morBlng
charged with carWesa driving. While
he was atleep upon hts seat oa North
C'apllol street yesterday afternoon he
collided with ami somewhat demolished
a phaeiim in whkh was swatwl Mr.
Geotee N. Holland aiwl her two ntaces,
the MUk Mt-ycm. The lailtau wure
ny stiUMisly Injured, but Mrs. Hol
land sulalBd a severe servous sbook.
WasbiNgtos run lato the vehicle from
the rear and Judge MIIU sakl the acci
dent wae iaexcubk. He tioed the
111SB f 10.
The ltojol la Una
I-. pot Mdy a aiagle trJu at wiUoily-
I iiitked paiienMf tOO'-bw. All Uw ualo
in MriteU B. X ). K. R.btwaM WiU
ii.ctou, Httl. PbiUiieiphU aad Nw
II k COBkUt Ot tl IS HMgBlttlicBt BeHT cqulp-
li itt, mh rris( all Ikie dvle- nuil app''
I I r rifrt-tl by ear - ulUli4 thM ou
irtll hi i be aft as4 tambut at
lrrIM. .Sotitra bra U thuwi om aay
if it tiiiis. rMwin aoeufffiaif
l uiiuMa wnof or kkutun ar ttmmmit
La t Mt I Uikwrgwl tiw cusukwuy rote
c r taase.
llit lutuiio Uelala.
Fetiick DuiTy wa UJoe Judge Mills
IbU wwia4t e a ebrg of vagrancy.
(iuicr Wall had ki a4twtio eaiied to
the KjatB'f rosiiltinsi . asul affetod Mw.
1 bta HUkraiay DttCy toki ko-w ke kail
jumped wliii a tkifd aUNry wisviww h.
ciuVr to (at away front poltctMew wko
wsBtoil to miffilaf kUse. JudsW Milii
was eoeviMl tkat tisa m't asWl wm
iffeeHii ismI cossMiisteel klsa for estsBi
lt KatM to Itwur t'rk aiul Uafcbiwt
Durtag Uw ttMM msmos Um ii. k O. U.
K Co. will sett esctuakMi ticket Irosa
M jkUsgius to BNar fark, Mowstaia Lake
2'aikwl OaklMd for Um Fridy akt wt
ill eMiusajr Xnim mek weak case o(
j)id for wturu ptsasgw uattl Mmwibtf -1.
iiui 4ar el sal.
1 it nats to Htri;tj jariags
v nl oa sfiU wa4kv skelktf eusdtA
t .-U lor Ike hujmI trip.
I'M Tbay VVKtOwi to JMnto.
lilgkt atlewpted to gala eoatMil el tJM
ukin aoratwd omukceueaat id Nortk
( netitoltMid Jl stieeis- Tky asamHtl
VuBt.r Lyu nod Special OAcer
IU, wko s c duly tkeie. TUe
1 1 u 3 bhwbiIIy feafatiftitd to s wkstkj
i u ! I kiss aujat o tka ffafte kaM saada
till vce. Uurley a ajawafati m4
t ct id itf t tk FtfUs tt itttba.
JUUtf hiTH tf IIJb iiiifeii-
V r. Robtrt W IWitnef M m kjkj
fcrwe atous W-3tf o'edtKk; iMt
i,i; i, Msd jutt aitwr kn,tef tk cm u
tv i -uetk HMMt iAcovw.4 Dmi Mi
uu wm! lllll mi wltk llisUlfMHJl ki
L.t utwked- Ue reported tk uUr
oi I iac Bidunruut u day.
Au f ilia iiamft I a Xf&sm.
psie sjBisenBiBPp t
TVuMtiajr to wa4 fack t&4
r , Vj cotvmioil ur
in . . Li. iLita m wtwm iu a
i.M.n teat, kouudtny $1 lru
u.4 B i O. tliu eack TUutOay
i,uu) acHtiiibtr I, ii U l m Seuure
'.. iu kI.auli. ill 619 u4 13&1 Xaiuiajl
Vi kUHUi. iiy eiUa ukr.
THE BIG 0AM K AT CAPITOL PARK
A ROUSING RECEPTION TO KIKS10W.
fttaitfek Beys G4ratis Mta4aj's Vic
toryThe Oetttec Mwtif Masy
Eairiw fir II Tk BmaMI
Tmday llw Ckkatn awl Brooklyn
TJr(krhoOd elnbs will play at C.ipUnl
Park at 4-.1S o'clork. There shonl.l be
a large crowd present, as this wlft be the
first fame played here In some time, ami,
affair, to endeavor to have Ward locale
his elnb here. Tom KInslow will get a
rousing reception. A number of his
friends will present him with a g.ld
medal, and there will be flowers gnloro
for everybody. Yesterday the two clubs
ved an eleven-lnnlne came, the
IrooklvM winning. The nines for to
day s games are:
tMrr.eoo. rrwrrio-j. brookltv.
Hoyle Cateher Klnslow
Ktns; rtlcher Miirptir
OmnlsRey Ktrst twwe. Orr
l'feffer Secoml base Hatter
Williamson Third base Joyce
Itostlsn Shortstop Ward
O'Nell Left Held Seery
Hysn Centre field Andrews
Duffy mgbt field Van Haltren
The Columbia Iwys came back from
Statcn Island yestenlay, and brought
with them the ? 1,000 challenge cup
which they won on Monday. It Is suit
ably Inscribed with the names of the
winners since It was first offered In 1887,
nnd the Columbia will linvo an Inscrip
tion or their victory placed uoon It In a
few days. It was filial with cholco
flowers last night, decorated with the
club colors, and was much ml ml red
during the evening. Tho club will re
tain It for a year, and, of course, will
have to row again for tt on noxt Libor
day. As is usual In trophies of this
kind, no club can becomo tba absoluto
possessor of It, unless It should win It
each oar Indefinitely, nn event alto
gother Improbable. Tho cup has been
contested for four times, and on two
occasions Washington oarsmen have
proven winners. Tbc Potomacs won it
In 1887, and tbc Columbias this year.
Speaking of the victory yesterday,
one of the crow said: "It was tho
easiest thing I ever saw. Why, wo
didn't have to work hard enough to got
up a pcripiratinn, ami it was simply
child's play. The fast lime? Yes, ft
was tolerably fail, but we went over
the course on Sunday In 1.30 ten
seconds lees. Alt of us knew we bad
i be race at our mercy, and rowed ac
rnrdlngly. It was only when within
300 yaulsof tho finish that wo made
any effort to spurt. Then our coxswain
said, "Lift her, boys!' nnd that shell
falily llew out of tho water."
Now that the boating event of the sea
ton Is over.theboysarelurnlnglhelrat
Icntlon to the games to bo given at Ana
lostan Island next month, by the Ann
loetsn Athletic Union, and active train
ing has commenced. The Columbia
Club will be unusually well represented
In the different events, nnd hope to
cam off n majority of the prizes. All
the big atiilellc clubs or the country
will be represented, the New York
clubs especially having signified their
Intention of sending down u heavy con
tingent. On Salinday the Columbia Athletic
baiclMill fcani will meet the Now Jersey
Athletic team at Uergcn Point In the
first game for the Kistern champion
ship of the Amateur Athletic Union.
Two games will be played, the second
one in this cliy, and should a third bo
necessary It will be played on neutral
grouml, probably Cape May. The Jer
sey team is an extraordinarily strong
one. It has only lnt one game thin
season and if tb'e Columbia team can
defeat It It will bo a big feather in Its
cap. The winner of the series will'
meet the Detroit Athletic Club for the
championship of the United States.
I.ccllirL-oullie (irculj-ltellef l;xetlllun
Mr. John Kenney, a member of the
Greeley relief expedition, related his
cxreilenee In the Arctic regions to a
large audience at the Eastern Presby
terian Church last night. Ilia lecture
covered the entire trip, and contained a
graphle description of the voyage to
Smith's Bouse, the shipwreck and the
daugets ami hardships which ensued
He severely criticized Captain Pike and
the crew of the English ship Proteus,
and denounced them as cowardly
scoundrels. Mr. KeoBey also gave a
detailed account of the sutferlogg of
Lieutenant Greely ami bis party, and
concluded wiiU ike remark. "When I
took boek and tbiak what poor Greely
aad hi wea usderweal I have notUleg
What fiattetlon I.
J-'iUM i In LufautiU Journal.
Wfcat is called a protective tariff Is a
MkUia by ueuM of which part of the
t2'lags of the many a takes front
ikt hs and bestowed upo the few. It
lull- sad effect are to enable tke
favored few to get posseasioa of tke
eaialafui of tke asany. It is a form of
slavery. He wko lakes tke earolags of
oiken wltkout KBjieriag as eejuivaJeat
is a master. Tkoea wkoga earaiugs are
Ukea are slaves. Tke apfkropri&tloa by
tasters of Ika earaiage of tke blacks
was Hjgaifg of agfo slavery U tkis
eoualry. It is tke Mfaatte of slavery
ever v wkete tkto ssfiroiMiktiiNi by sosfte
Be of ike earalags of otto: wtfk To
trust tke rcvlsio of Ika tariff to its
I rktuis U to u ust tke aboHtkMt of shivery
0 its f i leads.
eiav It fair Trial.
rom His Hufvk, (.iMfUt
At -tke Gospel Wat weetiag oXl
agia stteirt a wimkrr kad just oeesajl
MrUsf about a cure of aalkwa elsetfal
kf waver, wke a lasde Uxlivkietal atote
asf aajkesl &mt tikti ttrltrttiMe of ilMB skto.
"If yeu kue aay epertec vou aaaf
tcskk, biolkr," sakt Uu: -rrrWft osS-
"I kv k&4 eperiejc. My ltker
ww kiek bk the stkw for fftoea
pray lot ki ttrcovtry." luivms later
tt Bijnttfisrjil kaiMWsT kjHLnrol "fie
prsyed tl$ yeswi u3" TsttykU-l)Tl
Ha siriyaj I ajttgk tsf ajgg uresklMOB.
uji j& ajUk aanf saLarSHyifiMk SSftoajfi tka
i4sakJiasr kSMtlM4i fsa flbsaasASWa
tiom Uu VUe0 L'U.
Yu,t. (ioidburiiauuk Uecr K(Mkt
Bktt. ytuallliie deckHMASglve lu
tke u'Ute "1 kc gold wtos "
Hers KsarslaWki I kv a fold
lulse , ikiou kvtst kiOsfJl tki, ke kM
gold kjs, . ou, tkey kve t gold
eijits, eA9 0 lertrlfff. a ts)4 futt
Prof QoUburgwaa You rtukt ate,
up kaad procceil. Skould 1 what a
uut olLiuiUit k.ve If all Ucrr K.nf,iBirt
Uitiit llltv Wetc
A MINIATURE MESSAGE.
A .Stamp With Its Ttnek tmterltted
filnkftA n IjOhk Jnnrnej-.
Graham C. IMchnrds, a well-kwown
Seolclt-Ithriman, rtromirtent during tke
Iste Congress of bis nrce, was, a few
trays a, the recipient of one of the
oWeit eplstlw that probably ever passed
thrtmgli the United States malls. Mr.
Itiohards lives on Watson street, near
Tmtnei, ami Is a clerk by vocation.
During the Scotch Irish Congress he
metle many friends from localities far
distant, and among these was Malcolm
II. McKenr.te of Lotilsville, Ky.
These two gentlemen had many
agreeable conversations, and In the
cwtree of one of these Mr. McKenle
Offered to bet his Pittsburg friend that
a common postage stamp, properly di
rected, and without any envelope ap
ptmlert, cwild be sent through the
malls to lie destination. Mr. Richards
accepted the bet, ami as no more was
said on the subject he forgot the whole
On Thursday morning, however, the
morning postman left with many grins
what be called a "letter" for Mr. jlleh
ards The "letter" was nothing more
than a 2 rent postage stamp. On the
gummed side was written in tiny char
actors the address "Graham C. Illch
ards, Watson street) Pittsburg, Pa."
Ilelow came the message: "All well.
The bet Is mine. McKenzle."
This oxtraodlnary communication
was hard to decipher, as some ruihless
tfllclal had stamped ft post mark clear
over the message,
A more extended letter was subso
rpiently rccolved by Mr. lllchards from
the cnlcrptlstne Loulsvtlltan tolling
him to devole the money pending on
Ihcbetto tho Interests of tho Scotch
To Number Homes In the Covin try,
t'r&mtht CoirUr Journal.
A plan of numbering houses In tho
country has just gone Into operation la
Contrn Costa County, California
Every road in tbc county has n name,
nnd each ratio is divided Into ten blocks.
fn each block there are two numbers,
ono for each side, and the houses nro
clvcn tbo same number as tho block,
Should there bo moro than ono house
In n block they arc distinguished by
letters, as 10 A, 10 11, 10 C, etc. As
there arc ten blocks to tbo mllo. No,
100 denotes a house ten miles from the
point of starting, and so or any other
Itrcnrillni; n Spnrrnn'n I'rtll.
Ftem tht Vrw TorJl JNn.
In Grnnd street tho other day several
people cried out In terror at seeing a
ragged, bare headed girl of 0 almost
under tha feet ot n coal-cart horse. A
man seized her by the arm and swung
her to tho walk, and as ho looked down
upon her he said:
"Why, child, you mlcht have been
"Ys, but I had to save him, you
sec," sho replied, holding out her hand
nnd exhibiting a sparrow which bad
somehow received an Injury and fallen
to the fctreot.
So Krrp tlin Delmrurn Olcnti
rem M A"tw leri .V.
Tho chemist on board the United
States ceuimltslon steamer Fish Unwk
line given It as his opinion thattlio
llebt tun of shad , pn the Connecticut
lllvcr during tho past season may be
more nroncrlv attributed to the pollution
of tbc water of that stream with acids
from the manufactories on its banks
than to tho largo pound nets on the
SouihI at lis mouth. As has becnstateel
by Mr. Hcnsbell of Ohio, this has not
so much an effect upon the flshasupon
the mlnuio organisms upon which It
feeds. No flth food, no fUh.
At tllB lintel,
Mlts Kllgore (of Georgia) I want a
nice room, with plenty of light and a
Hotel Clerk There is a very com
fertkble tulte on the second.lloor, with
a Southern exposure.
Miss Kllgore No; I shouldn't care
for thai; Papa Is going to run for Con
gress very soon. I don't see why men
alwuvs bring politics into their busi
ness. Mat a CiimmunUt.
Fiwn On DiifiM A'mm.
DItk Iiaett is a Iloblnson Crusoe
who lives on an acre Island In Grand
Traverse Hay. He lives In 8 log cabin,
is a fU-ber, a bachelor, a veteran, well
potted, poor, votes, pays no taxes, Is
rot on earth according to the maps, Is
jolly, witty, happy, honest anu Ills only
title to the Island Is the fact that he U
in postculon and it is not down on the
TS a eoojUint from which many suffer
1 and few are entirely free. IM cau
U indigention and a sluggish liver, the
cure ior wblch to readily founU in the
iwe of Ajefs I'lUs.
' I have found that for atek UaadacUe,
caused by a auorderutl eouilieiou of tba
stotuach, Ayer's 1IU are tke iot r
liakla remedy." fiuuuel C. llradlturu,
"After tba uim of Avert Pill lor
waay years, in wy practiw aa fawtly,
I iiui i jaatikad 1 tag that tkey are au
excalCut catkartw aad Uvar jaadWaa
suatauuMX all Ike elauas uiatto lot tkaia
!?wrtll. M. I).. V. P..Auua
& N. W. KaUway Co., lturiurt, Texas.
"Ayer's 1111s ars ba best uadkitta
kaowu to we lor regulatta tk Uowsls.
and tor all diaiinuM causa! by ft Ot.
ordued atouiack and Uvar. I aaJUwwl
ioroeer tkrae yaw Iroiii ksadacka, la
dia:Hcii, 4 eoaatiiatiii, I bad no
aMwtlte aud was weak and aarvoua
iuMt of tk tuae. By uaiag three bosas
of Ar's PiU. aad at the muu tiaw
dietiMr my seU, I was cumidnetely cared.
Pbilip loekwood, T4wka, KaawM.
"I was trouWed far years with uule
(Kukiiou. coastipauuu, aud keada.-b. A
Tlusy ar i-ruauat aud affacuve. W . 11.
gtrout, kUadtUltf, Pa.
Br. J. G. ttft ii Ofc. Lil Mass.
iuU ky ak 1wH ) " ttwkeiafc
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atfit.cai.. iilue 5U - a ii li ; bf
mJ ..(tnU-rcU 6u i.Li J-.vOl U Bad
Stt W-r,8 3i !. Hal
loyal Blae Iiine
RIW YORK, PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE AID WASHINGTON
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
The entire equipment Is brand new and oonelsta of the fint Baggage
Cars, Coaches, Tartar and Sleeping Cars ever btilt by the Pullman Company,
The Trains a re Vestlbtileel from end to end and protected by PBllmaa's
Anti-Tel escoping Device.
A'l the Cars la All the Tratnt
Kciilcil lij Stu aid Liilti i I'mlscli Gas
Under Devices Controlled by tho Safety Car Heating and Llghttng
Company of New York.
no; extra fare.
I'a? tcngers occupying Potior Car Scats or Sleeping Car Berths will pay
the oidlnary charges ior same.
This is the Only I-lno Ilunnlng Trains from Washington In
5 Hours to New York
Ticket Ofllcop, C10 nnd 1351 Pennsylvania" avenue, and Dopot corner New
Jersey avenue nnd O street . nu80,2w
James B. Liambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
1 Tor Improved and
vie It tor soups,
((lame, Flsli. etc.),
Aplc or Meat Jelly.
Keps perfeotly In
nil ollmatm for ati7
longtliof time, and
U ehearter ami of
finer flnror than
Ono pound equal
to forlf poumf of
Irtfln litmf if th v.i.
I uo of about 87.50
flenutna on I
. .. with Jutuii von
j as shown.
ft NEW DEPARTURE.
Southwest Comer Mi and
E Streets Noithwest
Can Be found One ot tlte Luret Stocks of
Ever tkowa to the public of Wahlotoa.
Low Prices will prevail at all tlmw. Oar
motto will he (Jultk S and Sll Vniiu
Do not fall to vUlt our More for BaralB, an
we ean ll HATS, FUHNISH1NQ tlOODS and
CLOTH ma at 28 PBR CENT. LHS8 tlwa aay
olber borne la tbU DUtrict.a w manufae
lure all our own good. To be eoavioesd
give us a call.
N. W, fII, OTII AMI E fTS. N. V,
Grand, Upright and Square
Speetal atteatloo of purchasers U lavltad
"JJEW ASTBTIO STYLHB,M
lbJl IB .....a M
iBBtyf DBOORATIYK AKT."
PIAN06 TOR KKKT
SaooBdbaad Viatm at Alt PrtOM.
Wm.Knabe & Co.,
And torn watt ilmmm aeautuui e4.
HUi IBitillM Wautweie Xot. out-
uw yiiat atntet ud ta4UiM jouo
WM U QALT & CO.
Rvm Ua vlratt- Snar
I CERES MP
1 kli''-o !le&
Cliartered t7 special Act of Conurew,
JANUARY 3. 1T.
SAFE KEEPING OP VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS BUHOLAn AND FIIlE-PnOOP
Contained In Its FIUK-1'KOOF UUILDINO,
N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave.
orrosiTE u. h. tiibasohy.
office notnts,9A,M to p. m.
Cheapest Fuel in the Market.
Great Reduction In the Price of
Ia order to reduce oar large itoek we will
deliver until further sot Uw iMMtaaaHtr COKK
for doaettle purpoM at tke following LO A'
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, $3.30.
LE QUICK AND OETTHE BENEFIT OF THE
Exclusive Agents Wmhlagtna QBjbt
AUo tbe Mee Exteaive Deatofe la AH
Ktade ot FouUly Fuel.
1M !velk t H w.
ltlot WUh Kiv,
TUMT-eeaaad aad P sta a w.
West aad Niliiw.
Twejita aad Water st 8 w.
TWni aad XUiv.
M-M IM ave b w.
90U K tt a w. mU.Ua
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NEW YORK BUFFET,
Mi TBKTH WSKBT N. W.
Beat aad rweet Untiei la Uw aatr- !
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Army aad Kavy HauUiartc8.
Ifaaf I1M Bfatt Sl6AfiM
Oenm Wta mi I at w
8W tgsiams .mu .. avi
JOHN P. AGNEW & OO
yadk ii. teiw's U IM
URMCll: U31 y. t i&mtxxm aertWBp.
TtMD. cor Uri uul Dai-
VKLSFBOSZ j&ce. bio 3. YirJ 3-4.
We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
Come Up and Get Our Present
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.
LIBBEY. BITT1ER & MILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
HIKE TE1 OS WFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the coolcing Is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
BUT YOUE TRMKS AED IAEHESS
4i5 ktef i alii be. N. W ,
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO I
$ l.t 5 and $1.50.
IN 10 03 15 MHUT2S.
a.it W Odd FUuw' Hail,
I FULLS ICE
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
WltoteMte ami Retail Dealers In
Our Wacons go to AH Part ot tho City,
laeladfBft Meant rieasant.
CAt.LS-308, 878 and M.
Look Pot for the White Wagons 1
Tho Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
IXrattle Traok. Splendid Scenery,
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Kqnlpmoat.
In effect May lltb. 18!.
Trains lyave WaeWBetun, from station, cor
ner of Mxth ami B streets, ai follows;
For Pirrsimnn and the Wef, etilpairi-i Um
ted Bipressof rnllman Vestlbnle Cars at
WWnn dally; Fast I-lne, 10 so a m dally to
Clileflto. Colnmbns and 8t LouK with
WeepttHr rjars from narrfbnr(t to ImllAnan
olls, nitsbttrt to ejoliirnhnt, Altoom to
Chloflco. M. Louis Chicago and Cincinnati
Rxrress. 3 30 p rn dally l'arlnr e"ar Wash
lrglon to Hart Istmrjr, and Sleeplnfj Curs
Harrlstraru to St. LouK e'hlpaifo and Cln
dnniul, Httd ninln e-nr Harrlsbnrir to St
Lrmls.ClilfroandCInolnnntl. Western Kx
press. at T.4ti p m dally, with Rlecplnu Cars
Wnsblnitton to Chleseo and St Louts, con
DMlln dally at Harrlsbaru with throngh
Sleepers for LnnlsTllleand Memphis Puil
man Dlnlne Car nttsbnrR to Mloiimond and
Lhloneo. raclBo Kxpres, 10.00 p m dAlly,
for rittsburc and the West, with throtieh
Sleeper to nttsbnrR and nttsbnrg to Chi
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD,
Fon Rakk, CanandAlftua, Roehester and Ml
afrara Falls dally, except Snmlny. 8.10 a m.
Fon En. - Cnnandnlana and Itocbester dally;
tir UnfTnloand Niagara dally, oxcept Sit
nrday, 10 pop m, with Sleeping Car Wash
Ington to Itooheter.
Fon W tLMAMsronT, Ixck Haven and Klmlra,
at lO.ft) a m dally, except Sunday,
Fob WtLUASisronT, dally, .1.30 pm.
For rmtADKLriiiA, NowVork and the East,
7.S0.B 00, 11.(0 and 11.40a HI, 2.10,3.15, e.so,
6.(0. 10 00andll.S0 pm. On Sanday,B.00,
11.40 a m. 2.10, 3.15, 4 20, 10 00 and Il.iopvj.
Limited Express of llillman Parlor Cars
9.40 a m dally, extept Sunday.
Foa New Toms only, Limited Kinross with
Dining Car, B 00 p m dally.
Fon l'niuniLrnu only, Fast Bxp:es810a
m week-days and 4pm dally, Express
Sundnr only, 8 40p m.
Fon Uostoh without change, 3.15 pm erery
Fon Phookltn N. Y., all Ihrough trains con
nect nt Jerncr City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, afTimllng direct transfer to Fulton
street avoiding double ferriage across New
Fon Ai lamtio Cur, 11.40 a m week-days, 11.20
Fon lUtTiMonn. 0.S5, 7.M. 8.10. 9 CO. 0.40, 10.00,
10.ro, u CO and 11 40a n, W.03. 8.10, 3.15 3.30,
4 00, 4 B0, 4 30, S (0. 5 40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 and
11.20 r m. On Sunday 0.00 9 0.1, 10.A0, II 10
a m. It 1C, 3.15. S.W, 4 00, 4 BO. 5.0b, 5.10, 0.00,
7.40, 10 00 and 1120 pm.
Fon Tori's oubk Like, 7 50 a m and 4.30 p m
dally, except Sunday.
Fon AnxArous, 7.90 and 9.00 n m, t!.03 and
4.20 p m daily, oxopt Sunday, Sundays,
5 00 u.m and 4.20 p m.
WASHINQTON SOUTItBttN RAILWAY
In effect May 11th, 1990.
Fon Alexampma, 4 30, ASS. 7 43. 8 40, 9,U,
10J7am. lHOtnnon.S.OS 3.a0.4.!!3, 1.55,8.01,
8.04, 10.i nnd 11.30 p m. (m Sunday at 4 30,
7.45, 0 43 10.57, a m, 2JS0, 0.01, 8.04 and 10.03
AimMMoiiATinir for Qnantlco. 7 45 a mnnd
4JApm week-days. 7.43 a m Sunday
Fon Hiciimoni) and the South, 4 30 and 10 57 a
in dally. Accommodation 1.55 p m week
days. TnAiNsteave Alexandria for Washlnnton, 8.03
7 (8, 8 10. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m; 1J' 3.00, 3.50,
M0. fl(. 7.08 0JM. 10 37 and II OS p m
On Sunday nt 0.10 nnd ll.C" a in: 2.00. 8.1i.
7.08. 7.S9, 6.SM and luji7 p m.
Tickets and Information at the office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
I'Knnsylranla avenue, nnd at tbe station,
where onlers can be left for tho checking of
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dence, Cham. k. vuon. J. h. wood.
()cnetnl Manager. Genl. l'ass. Agent.
ltiiltiinui'u aud Ohio Kail road.
Schedule In effect Juno 98, 1690.
Leavo WahIuton from station corner ot
New Jrvier avenue and U street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuled
limited express dally 11.30 a m, express
Fon CmriHNATi, St. Louis and Indianapolis
express daily 3.S0aut 11.30 pm.
For I'lTTintiRs and Cleveland, express dill
Fou I.txiNimiN ana points In the Shenandoah
Valley, 11.10 nm.
Fon Wnkcimrxii and war stations, tfO p m.
Fon Lvrat, UM and 8.10 p m.
Foh Haltixube, week days. 4.C5, 8 00, 8.33,
7M 7.30tb.eo 45-mlnutes), B.30, O.M, (11.00,
U 00 43-mlnute) a. m , li.lO, s.u (.'.W 45
tnlnutes), (3.15. 45-mlnutci), 3.23, 4 20, 4 JO.
4JN (4.10, 45-mInntes) S.UO 0.U), 0.15, O.SO,
7 10. 74U, 8 36, 9M. 10JSO and II 30 p. m.
hundayx. 4 Cft, 7., 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a in.
(ItGO, 45 minute) l.oo. i.u, (iw, 45-mIn
utes)3K,-tsiv,4K, (1.50, 45 minutes) B.Oo.
CIS, O.SO, 7 JO, 8.3. 104 . 11.30 p m.
Foa Wat bTATio botffeen Washington and
Baltimore, s CO, 6.15, 8.J a m., u.io, 3 as,
4 W.0.-JU. lt.SOpm. Sundays, 840 a m.,1.00,
3St, 4.W, 6JUU, U.30pm.
TbaiiiS leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, S.eo, 8.30, 0.W.7.15, 70.HM,
8.30. 838, 9.30 and 10.30. 10.35am.; WOO,
14.10. 10. S.30, S.50, 4 00, 4.13, 5.00, 8 00,6.30,
7.(0, 7 SO. 840. 8 30. 9 eo. 10.10, 10 JO and 11.00
p IS. Suud ars. 8 30. 7 15. H 30, 8.35, 9 30, 100)3.
19.36 a m , U 00. 1 06. 'J 10,'.' 30,4.15 f.CO.fl.'JO.
7X0,7 SO, s.3i, 8 30, 1010, 1040 and 11.00 pm.
Foa AHNiroLU. 6 . and 8 30 a m., U 10 and
4 30 p ra. Sundays. 8 30 a m., IU p m.
Leave ABB8PIU 6.35, 8.37 a m., U 05, 3J!x
pn. Sotidayi, 8 30 am., 3.5 pm.
For bTATtox Oi, tlw Metropoiitau llram ,
t30, 8 30 a ra., 11.15 p m. For prlii.tiii
ttatlomt only, tW.w a m,t(.3d and fix
Fob Hockviixe aud Way Stations, tl 35 p m.
io(UiTMtbjmuuaiiU Intermediate po'nts
l.,fio(e, tUJa m., tiJX), .0o, .,M
ti(., ww, tii.eopm.
For Hot u's and lBtwrmedlate stations, 0
CuHscu tbaim lsaves Wahlngtoo on Sunia
at 1 15 p m.. Ui(n4ug at all stations on
For Fbbubuuk. W.W, 8.30, (9 30 til 30 a in.,
Sl.U. t8..tl.Su pa.
Fa IUskutows, tM.40 a m. and t J 30 p m.
Tbaiks arrive iroat (uleago dally 1143 am
ami 4.W p ; (roes ClAoioaatl and M Louis
dally 8.e a m and 2.08 p a; 1 rum flttstiarg
7-W a m. 5.50 p m daily.
NKW YOKE & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION.
For New Yore, Trastoa. Newark, N. J . and
ilifciUIk, N. J , 4 06. t8lW, 1U40, UOO
am. IM, 440 and 1030 p m, Bitflet
Fwtor Can ob all dy trains. Sleeping ear
. om uw W 30 p in, osm a at 9.00 p in.
'rVa Puu-iuiU'UU, ( CS, tSOJ. '10.00, ;.00
booh, '143, 4 90, 'i.to and 10 Jlpm,
FR hKwiaK. IM , WUaiRgtoa and Cbester,
I at, r.G0 a ui, UO0 noon, .'50, 'IW,
H.U asa 30 p B3.
For ibtkbaikmatc -uikT betweon Ba'tl-n- ra
and WdiiuMpMu, t8 09 aud 7 40 a m t ,
448 p SB.
TttAifc leave New York (or Washington,
t 68. til W aw, t.m. 3C, MUpm dad
Tsaum leave FUtadtibhU tor Washington,
4JK. .1V .. 114S asa, UW, i i,
4.14 t .at DBS.
: Oar raaadaur tkroush to B.jt ju
iiBi, via MMfccitkeeLtole BriJice.
tm m. a. j nwirju a
?Q 4TLAkiu Cirv, 143 and 10.00 aio.l.'CO
oosk tasMtays, 4flt am, i-iOUn -l
FOB RAY H IDG B
Was sats, 9.16 a ., 1 30. 4.-0 p m 8 it
days, 9 36 a ai., 1 30, 1 U p m.
Ijeavc BUT Klaus, wk 4sys, C.30, 8 "S3 p mu
VlHiliST. 8JW, 8 89 p B.
tlscvBt MuuiiRj. DaUr ISunday caly.
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