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TIIE DAIL.Y CIUTIO, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.
The Daily Critic
MmMen's New Full Ckwits.
tohn Radden, tha pioneer Installment man,
centrally located atMOairt i2 Seventh street
nnrthml,liH lost rammed from tim et
nmten iron an Immense supply of "I
kinds of ttonMkeerAag goods, carpets, stove,
rntn. etc. Ton can farnlsh yonf nonse tttm
trt o (arret, at this stora. With cash
rrtrvs, on the Installment plan.
TV. II. llBHRhttin W.' tmmemfe
Oo sad examine their lovely rarlor als
8tx ptews for &n. HI' her In flurry or ild
oak. Half price, ftr all nneonnMe tw
Pnch pattern of Carpets that canno ho
dnptleatoa, at prloea which will surprise
Jon Ask to h hown those Solid Oak Bed
room Snfte. 1 pieces, for it. Also their J2J,
1 Pieces, of solid Oak Bed room Soites.
These Wattes arc all ntrsias, and will, no
donht.pleasethemott fastMlons pnrofcaapr.
All order for Wall papering for the nett
two waeks at 3per cent discount, at
w H. Hoi-onro To ',
121 In r street anrthwest.
The Nullnnal Ante Deposit Onmtmny.
Jr. llh St. ami N. Y. Arenae.
Rtoraaa for StiTorwaro, Jewelry, tisssas.
Fine Roods attd valanbles of all kinds.
Charara moderate, Safe deposit dotes foe
rent at the very lowest rates.
A Xecro I'reneher lells Ills A Hit I tors
an OU-ThIiI story.
A mcdlcum !! congregation of
Loth while ami colored person listened
to an scltlrws by Iter. Byron Qtinner, n
ouog colored preacher of Iloulmna,
nl the First C'nngrciMtlonal Church,
upon the subject, "The Impending
Crisis In the race problem."
In the course of lils rctrnrks Mr. Gun
ner gave a vivid outline of what be
called the lnsh ami shotgun manage
ment In the Sou tli, ami telalwl Incidents
of a, numlier of outrages that had, he
allcecd, come under his own personal
knowledge. lie thought that trouble
would be the result if the race problem
Is not soon sol veil. They were, he said.
Incoming restless under the wrongs they
bod so lone cmliinreil. and satu that
they demanded etiuol rights and equil
I tMleees with the white nice. The
coloretl tntm, he said, are loyal cltlens
tind had shed their blood In defense of a
Government that now failed to protect
lie had, ho said, while traveling
through the South been put out of a
first class car Into n smoking car, but
that it took eight men to do it, and that
ho hnd been put out of a dining restnu
tant in this city.
He thought tlmt the pioper solution
of the race problem was the education
of both the white and colored races and
not alone tho negro.
To-nUht at Lincoln Memorial Church,
Itcv. Sir. Gunnur will speak upon some
of his personal experiences in the
South ami the manner in which he hat
Itcclnt.lne their Annunl Urn. ad
.tcatiii Omitting Liquor f.tcen..
Good Templar Hall was crowded to
(nfliiwlng last night. The devotional
curettes Here conducted by Grand
C baplaln J. S lilackftml. Mr. J. S. 11.
Ilaitauck spoke of the Individual re
((ntlbillty fur the existence of the
looBs, aul said that the Commit
th ten should coo We r applications for
HreiiKi at this lima, when saloon
Ilctaaw were about to expire, and which
ended the majority of uwners ami
Li uiakccptra In the vicinity in their
Mr. Steele spoke of the work of the
0 rd Templars, and commended thn
rikr for lu uuiiilngeilorta in the cause
if Iiiiijh miice.
The last sneaker. Mr. George Giles,
referred more ent dally to the beneflu
t f total ltiliieric and the miseries en
tuljed through d!sltatlon. Hugavea
cumber of llhulratloM, and at the cloe
rf hU remarks HiVtral peraoBi signed
Next 'Sunday evening the meeting
will be under Itiu auspices of CleiaeaU
Want lu Itlile rrrc.
A. Humber of the police furce have
atkid PrtaUlent Hurt of the Washing
ton and Georgetown Company to par.
udt thtiii to tide on the cars of the
c rupsDy, while in uniform. They are
allowed thU privilege by the other
street car Hoet and iblnk that were
they eraaittl thU favor that there
wiuld be lew placing of obatruclloaa
ipea the track awl that the smalt buys
Miukl not molest the fXMuluetors at
ii ucb m tH-y tin uow. la nearly every
Intjfu city lu the eouatry ualforuwa po
ItctmcB are allowed to ride free.
Fraui rallilu lu fulplt.
At the 3fetropotitaa Itaptiat Church
lett i.icht Kev. Greeu Clay Smith of
Keniutky. uu ex member of the Thirty -e'ghlh
acd Thirty elwth Coag reasei, di
Ihirwi a serauM frow the Uuct:
Fellow ihtMi iiu," ia which he
nfened to Ike devotion of Jesus
in lit foUowers auJ the wur
Littl&iu uktd by the kkt-p.lc which
1 1 (otivhi to laswi r It u tfb4bkt
Lut Mr Stuiik, who is a elcquaat
ii'.llt jifiatUr, will be tactwaaoatly
1 eWd t the Ut-iropoliua Chufch tie
w as Uiaisvlf u slave owaer, aad after Um
i ilocti'U f slavery he oeedowt Gv
ei&ur of ItiMiUu.
Uxuarrttlctil ttia Uilvar,
Lata oat Sauiday Paultaa Carry, t ut
I'uuajj ttaukUr of Albert Carry, the
btewer, was rua over by hatvUe Xo. 51
in fmai ol kr father's reaUaaca, Xo.
tl5 1Sael Cataux street. The child was
tis)bgia li street aad at arst it wjs
lUoufht Usat lite driver aad taw a
little eataieaa. Aa iaqueat was aM at
ine Mails Paadact stalloa yes4rd4y
afiiaoot by Coioaet Fattctaoa. Tae
ivtdeac snowed very coawl eat ly tbat
tbe dtiver, Cutis Uaachrr, ws aot
h roast We lor tkw death of the t-aiUi
cd a verdict was gtvea ia acgotdaace
ujMk Tw" uiMt Ht ttua.
Oo Haiti Ml t siajat Uatrtaaaat it mix
drrestasj Jie L. Hi&. a sailor, aad
i Lai gad la with aa attault aad cairy
ii.g eoaverafad weafwaa. UuS was la
isicavd aad ha was flourish lag his
r,cwiy pirfhaswl putai arotud very
luitksaiy- Ue was walking aa aad
dua U ftuor aad wajklad to put a
L. le AaviMih aMaatt oaa. Be was tad
5 thia atoraiag.
Jot; Carwr, a youag bkyck tUWI, was
t tcsdajr iiiiwind aad kicked up at tat)
U:atapted to aU a 1MB taaehUe,
t,.t laotwttjr oi U- A- Ouske of Mo
l : t ataaat oft,hWit, ti tUtom dol
ui TU Ucycla iw ako ueovijaL
lw tifirr to Vmr Nt aad tamiad.
i tog tec tmtrnt seua Uut a. A u. K.
K i , aitt sell excoMiMtt Uckau trua
V. j aatoa to UKar Farh, Mountain take
fori ad Oafclattd sue the fcKUy aa aad
uJt fc itsdajr tsatas each week t rase of
5 k . bt touad ttto. The ticket aW ha
vlki : i rbaca pasaajpi iwB Jtuudajr fcd-
luut . u. ufaaia.
Ui , .i ...dot atsauar ev
l Su -i- -'i-J
jrutavaa kuttvaa MaMf ta
."i cak kioAly to ih aa bcio you.
.. uti U Uw boas utiX vw.
IT CAM. STJBBMLT AND 9NIXP1VT
BDLT TO WARDJW SKMKSk,
Uteee of an Kvmirnl ami I)ltlncnhlil
L'nreer A llrllllnnt Military nmt
Ulvll Hccorrf SKeteh of
Gamrat John S. Crocker, for many
yeara Ura warden of the IWstrtet jail,
ttttl suddenly yesterday morning from
brmmhlftl hamorrhafe at his resilence,
No. M19 llhode Island avenue. He had
been in poor health for several year,
the effects of his Imprisonment In Con
federate prisons during the war. For
the patt few days he seemed to have en
jovul better health, and on Saturday
w at the Jail attending to his d ities.
Hetpent the evening In conversation
with the family and retired at his usual
There were no premonitory symptoms
of the hemorrhages from which the
general has been a sufferer, ami lie
seemingly enjoyed a good night's rest.
About 8 o'clock yesterday morning his
ton, Irving, heard him coughing, ami
immediately hastened to the room. The
blood was flowing from General
Crocker's mouth as the young man en
li red. He complained of a suffocating
feeling ami as. In obedience to hh
fatbei s command, he hastened to call
bis mother, the General was again
teired and lost consciousness,
Dr. Sternes was hurriedly sent for,
but before he artlvcil General Crocker
died. The news of his sudden death
sptead rapidly throughout the city, and
a large number of friends called during
the day to tender their sympathy to the
Thn arrangements for the funeral
have been placed in the hands of Har
mony Lodge of Masons of which Gen
eral Crocker was a member. The
funeral will take place on Wednesday
afternoon. Services will be hold at tho
Luther Memorial Church, where Hev.
J. G. Untlor will ofllclalc. Afterwards
there will be Masonic services by Har
mony Lodco, and the Interment will be
made nt Glcnwood Cemetery with Ma
General Crocker was n native of
Cambridge, N. J., and when ip-ilte
younc; bog an to practice law. Ho
torved in" tho Now York Legislature
tight years, and at the breaking out of
tho war went to tho front ns Colonel
of the Nlntty-thlrd New York Hegi
ment. lie was wounded three limes
during the war. nnd In 1SC2 was cap.
lured by the enemy and llneered sev
eral months in Confedcralo prisons, flu
nlwag nltilbutcd the diseases he Ins
stiffen d from to cxpoturo during the
Alter the close of the war be c line
lit n, and taking an active Interest tn
heal h (Tii lis, nas elected president of
il'o Iti'Hiil of Aldermen three stiocestlvu
turns, ii ml was serving In that cipncliy
whin appointed, In March, 1360, to be
wardt n of the Jull. His term of olllee
Las btcu longer tbau that of any olllclnl
Li ldlng u similar potlilou a fact he
was very proud of.
Genual Crickur was a prominent
rnsMni, a memta r of the G A It , and
the Union Soldiers' Alllnnce, of which
body ho had been president for several
jeers. He wui about TO years of age
and leaves a widow and three grown
aa e i -pi
CUR CRACK MIRK MEN,
Wlio Wo i, tlm Hilton Trophy. Will lie
llmrllly Itctnlvtil To-Mslit.
This evening the rllle team of the N.i
tlonal Guard of the District will return
to this city from Crcedmoor bearing
with them the Hilton trophy, which
tbey won In competition with some of
the crack maikftncn of the countrv.
Thiy will arrive at the Sixth-street sta
tion at U 15 p. m., and will be given a
hearty rcccpilon by llitir comrades of
the guard. General Ordway Issued an
order yesterday directing that the Na
tional Guard should assemble this even
Ine to reieive the team.
The Hilton trophy won by the team
is an artistic piece of bronze work val
ued at f 3,000. and was presented to the
National Itifle Association by Judge
Hilton of Nov Yoik to be contested for
tvny ytar at Creedraoor. The prlne
has been contested for by teams from
the Unhid States Army and Navy ami
militia organisations from all parts of
The New Yik sad New Jersey learnt
have bei n eager to secure the trophy
mi Lave Lten drilling for that purpose
Uuilng the year, but to the surprise of
all the DUlrlct team carrlwl it oil.
The members of the team all entered
into Ihe Individual competitloa and
esrrftd iff their honors la a highly
ialisfsetory manner. The following ft
the detailed teore of the tens at Creed-
800 Mtfl tVW
Yf i. Yds. Y4. Toial,
Ijut. (irsluw 1 SI i W
rriv. W. S. rath . . VS 25 ) 77
Cat. J- K. SWU II 11 h H
Capt. K. 0'Brfaa.... at W aS
Utut K.KVili. 1 kl U
Prit K- M. it-ia. M la M W
Capt W. U t'atli . W JM -9
ijat.Q.u.iu.ia u m m u
Unst.W Joaaatoaa U it It
lwp.J.X.ahut m St K 81
l'oip.A- O. Mattciir 97 W
Unf J. U. fOUant. II
Totals 34T 3 1 JkM I fill
Tte I t I'eraoiuilly-VuBUualad Tar ta
Uiaiw hprlaic as lb Allsaat4
l- lMBylvtlt Itullraaii.
fas great tarrsti ot this tsttw of tours to
Ctatioa has baaa uua gnstftlag to Ue
aisiisgeamrat. Ihe paiwauUiji-coutsucteit
faiaiura, alue its luaugaraUua by taa Paua
lviia gsllroad L'osspaay, has at ways
la kU la the highest public favor, aa
Iha sHrscuvu sod haaltby iocatioa ol Cree
aoa, iwiviad la iha very heart of the AUa
Khawcs, surruMfidttil aud aiuloaeil by all la
Katuic to sursct aud bouaat. caoaot bat
help draw to lu doer every lover of wild
aad roououk taciutry XoiierB uaprove
SMat sad luxury Uvc fuujud their wy over
the wild sauoutsJn pusaa aud assart theav
atla ia tat: Monatate Uutua. TtMeaarai
ingdaysof nid-ataiU:r are cousidered
the most altr.Uve uf lbs er, wnile the
aiabt sre atsuply glorious. Tea traia of
VuJlouui parlor car siul day -oa-lw will
leave WauKioa Taurday, aaptaatbar
, lata, at ..., UaUla aJaa-av Taa
i loutHi-trlp rase, taciadsag oaa day's board
isMBMNa Ma4 IffllTajsBIMIt. UiA PfOMaViadJU4tW
ih JxfcAji fitfcjir fcfifm A TtHifiirt spst
n4 Vbtum viti y cn-ujMJ y ttui rty.
U4urj etatiP-wi vt vgtl U ua 4jrt, wr
&mr wkteb uk j.cil m- ol k-wd will
V ivu t' ah puiigrawart d tim Muwj-
A taatjr fiat af
NtgoUaik for th ta'a of the Uact
of htad cosb poaiag tho weatero half of
tU Lcuist low property were cota
avtcuid last weak by HU J. F. Ccpa
bvr, of He York, through - C Cut
trr wi Co., of this city. Theta axe
i Ui to,uaw fcot is the to, aad as the
pake of 7 per foot the total will be
MSLSOO. Th lot froavu S3 feat oa
MaMschuartts avesue, 130 feat oa Sis
k.etl) atKl aad Hi feat oa 8coU ClicU.
Th ptotteds of the sale will tw added
to tha esdoaawsat f uad of the Home,
a that la the only iipoWou that caa
be aiadc of property oUI lo trua for
i be hoae. Mr Carptsoter. the par
chaaer. expects to erect a ui again' cot
Ufcldcoct, .usUug liO iJOU upua Lbs
tThnt She Drinks nnd Why tlio Conrt
riiystetnn llnmenrtBrt It.
The London Wm-M has been making an
mteatlgsttofi of what the Qneen drinks and
has aecertalned definitely that, npon the
advfee of Sir William .Tenner, she drinks
wMefcey diluted in water. This Is for the
pwrpwe of retalnlnr her vigor, renewing
her strength and prolonging her life. The
whiskey which she drinks Is obtained from
the distillery on her own Balmoral estate,
aad of course Is perfectly pore. Thus the
H'wM offers a valuable suggestion In this
faet: England's sovereign drinks wbtskey
mnler the recommendation of the court
physician and on account of Its medicinal
properties, and she drinks It absolutely
pare, having It distilled upon her own es
tate. These facts prove two things- First,
tbat all modern medicinal science demon
strates the superior value of whiskey for
sustaining the health and prolonging the
life; and second, that It must be absolutely
pure. The leading American physlMan
and chemists have Indorsed these views
constantly and emphasized the necessity of
baring nhtskey that Is absolutely pure.
The best medical ami chemical talent in
America has shown conclusively that no
w hlskey known In the market Is so pure as
1 tuff 'a Malt. It Is wholly free from fusll
oil, It l nnllfce all other no-called whiskies
and It Is doing great things for the health
of the community. So true Is this, that
while many temperance people denounce
whiskies and liquors in general, they ac
knowledge tie tnperior merit of Unity's
Malt, and use tt medicinally continually.
tlreat care should lie exercised, however, to
secure no other, no matter how hard a
dealer may seek to sett you something else.
A MINISTERIAL VAGRANT,
Who Iteceeri Money nmt Spent It In
lluylnj; Cheap Whisky.
"Your Honor," said the Hev. Peter
Lewis, "I had an engagement to preach
at Ciopley's Station yesterday, but
could not go because I was locked up
In a cell at the Seventh Precinct station
house." Officer Caller had Lewis arrosted for
vagrancy. He testified Hint he went
around among the poor colored people
at the market bouse bccgtng and say
ing: "Bister, what has the Lord done
for you today? Can't you spare two
cents or a nickel for the good of Iho
The money, theofllccr snld, was spent
In cheap restaurants nnd enloons. In
the parson's satchel was found two
empty beer hollies, ono of which smelt
very stronoly of cheap whisky. The
Hev. Lewis ndmlttcd that bo did buy n
half pint of choap whisky, but he did
so because ho had walked from Cabin
John Ilrldge In tho rnln nnd was
nfrnld that he had caught n cold.
"How did you apply It, Inside or out
side?" nsked tho Judge.
"I bnthed In It, your Honor. I don't
drink whisky, I don't."
"It would bo n tcrriblo blow to the
church to hava this man sent down,
Judge," interceded Attorney Hewlett.
' I heee poor people mutt bo protected
ngalntt such people as these, and the
defendant will have to glvo bonds,"
atisweied his Honor.'
Htute Ittpulillcitn .Wcit:Utlcinn Wilt Sea
tlmt Ulerk (lo Hume.
The speech nf Congressman Mason
before the Illinois Republican Associa
tion of this city has stirred up the various
Republican clubs to work. The Union
of State Republican Associations will
hold a meeting in a few days and make
preparations to awaken Government
clerks to their sense of duty. Mr
Bamutl Slrattun, president of the Union,
says that they will see that every He
publican voter goes borne, but there will
be no soliciting money from Govern
ment employes for campaign purpose.
The recent success of Speaker Heed, he
said, has brought many nf Ihe fearful
bKcs Into line, and made them anxlout
to work for the party.
Mr Stratton will shortly go to Phila
delphia to attend the meeting of the
Pmneylvanla Republican League, after
which he will go on a stumping tour
through bit district.
THE WHITE HAT IN PORTUGAL
How an Obnoxlout Ilcores Aclnt the
Jena tVaa Annulled,
Kvni FWU la t'Siaoga AVtN.
The formalities attending the settle
ment of the estate of the late King of
l'oriueal recall to the mind of the
raconteur many of the Interesting tale
that have come down to us of pollifc.d
Intrigue in the little kingdom. In l'or
iueal, as elsewhere, the Jews were for
many ears the victims of grievous per
H'cullnn, and at one time a decree of
baoUbineut was promulgated agulutt
both Jews and convutted Jews. In
spite, however, of all persecuttou, the
Jews continued to Increase in number.
to thrive la trade, and to achieve a cer
tain social dUlloclIon. After awhile
Hebrew blood crept into the high fami
lies, and, by means of certain later
marriages uow and again, royalty Itself
acquired a strain of that same blood.
So Bolorious became the advaacaweBt
of Ihe Jew that it was said of 1'onugtl
that while oae half the uailou loiktd
for the coming of Dom Sebastian the
other half bioked for the coining of the
Miulah. Dom Jotepa Instated, la bis
licae, that t very Jew ia Portugal, awl
every oaa tainted with Jewish blood,
tuould wear a while hat. The Prime
Mibiaier at that thaw was Poatual. ami
be vaialy remoaslrated with the Ktag
agalast the decree. So, oa a day. Pom
bal appeared before his liege wearing a
w bti hat.
"CotsM bow. sir," eriad taa King,
"what ateaas this Jast?"
"Xay.it is ao jest. Your Majesty,"
quoth PoMibai. "I comply with the de
eta iasued agaiaat all taiatad with
Jewish, blood. Aad hM," ha addod.
drawiag a seeoad whit hat from uadar
bis cloak, "hata is aaotbar far Your
jsaWsty to wear."
The hiat was well taka. Tha Kittg
laughed heartily. "But I shall aot
wear the hat," said ha. "I will do
better, I wlUaaaul tkadacree!"
Tba Lat 1 iur4m ta J-auy Uavara.
Taa last rxeuraloa of the ststna to taa
Cavern of Luray wul Wave Bit), saatloa,
hM a. at-, Wadaaaday, aapt rather 17.
KoMud trip laclo.ltag idawlntnn to tha
Caveras, 3 90. Kaserve year seats ia d
vaara without extra coat at M9 aad 1H
A aalubrtoiu Uaiuu)Htoi.
from Ihi ItairUbiaa ttUtut.
Henri Kochefort, the Freach duelial.
U U t-ars old It should be remem
U-itJ b iLl tv, that all French dud
iateaic knoD bv llitir loogoity
INFANTS g INVALIDS.
Nrhet Substitute for Mother's Milk.
i v alu air.
m CMObCBA 'MraMTUat -0 TCCTUIMS
uu-Ji Hmilmnt tuuj U DVgyePTSGa.
tiiawtt n aaauaa. uim w au tuuaiu.
SkMBr'.- ' T"P ara ana f
ra aaa Faaninrrnl
-r- ..- ,
lnTunu." avwkrfa-aa b ui Mfckaa.
Dotiata-Goooatr. Co . aoarua, mam.
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
Etchings, Eifailrp, Water Colors, I holograms end fill Pictures
Stack Ixcepl Mo'ypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Hpeolftl attentlen pahl to Framlnff, FectMlnir, Moving and Doxlan Hetares and Mlrrsrs.
James B. Iiambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
TMSHINGTOiV, D. C.
H Iav H F vH Bk a! 1 M ail aaK J f'&i&
HHHHH ELY mtUTUGIlS, E0 Warren BU New York, frleo 0 cts-Bat-SsLiPi
00 TO THE
Southeast Corner of Ninth and E
Whore everybody rom. It Is tha greatest
bargain eorutrln alilnirton.
I'ltlCBa TO SflT EVKhYHODY.
We ran liow you for the oomlDH reason the
aieatest llneuf 17.50 tlentlenMn'a 8ult. crer
jIiiiwii In the Dl-trlrt, anil nr SI0 DraM Suit
U ( qua) to ai y ilA unit on 7 th ctri et.
We hIio liavi! an eleaant tine of llori'Sllti,
15 n 1R yearr. from f I to $
Children', t-ulro, 1 S6 to 6.
In llen' 1'artnloonj we are the leadsrt, a.
vro iraiiufacliire every dollar, worth o'ir
elie. and llierefore can mt you l)nr
ei.t on every dollar Invested. We have ilia
bet Jrimnialoon. In t o world; itrloilr ull
wrolaml euar.nteeit never to rln. and our
Jii.w, 4 and MM iianta are tiorond competi
tion. I'elow wi mention a few price of oar ita's
and KurnltilDft tinodi:
IHinUintjlc.oW everywhere for!!.), at
Mllltr'. .trie, S5. at St .
Youman'. UtMt style, St, at $1.99.
Atk tor our tpeelat SI Derby.
llamalcs In Men'. Underwear In all nmll
fie. from Ko up. Ureelal line Full Ore
Milrt. at :So ui. f Ilk Bmbroldered Ha.pead
ert.'Oc. All the latest noreltleslnNeekwaar
at , and SOo.
u lien you Retretdy totmrobaw any of tbe
above article dive ut a o ill.
tlTH AMI i: STS. Jf. tV.
For Improved aad
I'm tt (or Soups,
((lame, Hli. ate.),
A.ple or Meat Jelly.
Keep perleetly la
all ollmataa for any
tepfcthof time, aad
Is cheaper sail ol
liner Savor than
any other .took.
Doe pound equal
to forty pound of
lean beef of the val
ue of about ST.S9.
with Ju.tu, von
Grand, Upright and Square
tiaetal altaalaia or pureaaaar U lamed
VUXm BOB MftKT
giBoaflaaaa Husas at
Wm.Knabb & Co.,
817 Marka Saaca.
Aaa yoa will alwajs aaaa aaaaauiti araaa.
kulla aad MlilWIM WboUaala iMoot, uuc
nat IrUat aUaat aad Indian nuo.
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A LUMBER YARD
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.
L1BBEY. BITTIEB & MILLER,
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES
GAS BO ILERS, $
MM TEA 03 WFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES tq cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the coolcing Js done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest,'
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LemtrH?1' - (.MUirnTi That trunk Scame fkom KHtxssrsat, .
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MY YOUR TEMKS AUL HAEIB3S
425 BeTcsUt bC K. W , next w Od-1 FsUowi' Hiii
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO 1
1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50.
IH 10 OH 13 MIHUTE1.
The Groat Pennsylvania Route
To Ihe North, West and Southwest.
Double Tfsek. "!Tid!d 9cner7.
Steel Rail. Msimtflrenl BqMpment.
Trains Teat WasMnjeton, Irora ststion, cor
ncr of Sixth and n treet, follows:
Fon Pittmwim and th Wert, CTiloaeo Mml
tedBiptawiof Pntlman Vestlbnle crs at
NKtn dally; rant Line, 10.80 a ra dully to
CMcaco. CWnmbTM and St. txmls, with
Meepw Cms from HtTlbnrf to Indianap
olis, rttttmr to Oolntnbnii; Altoont to
ChleftKO. f t. lionlB. Chlcaeo and Cincinnati
Sxprem, S 30 p ra dally rat lor car Wath
lrgton to HarrlsbnrK, and Slceplnu Cars
ngfTliibflTjt to St. LonK Cfaleaao and Ctn
ohmatLand Wnlnit Car narrlsbnrx to St
LonM, Chleafo and Clnolnnatl. Western Bx
Tttm, at t tit p m dally, with Sleeping Cars
Washlnaton to Chloaco and St. Ionl4, con
neetlpf dally at Harrlsonrg with through
Steeper for Lonlsrllleand Memphis. Pnll
man Umtr eOtr nttbnr)t to Richmond and
tbfeaeo. raclllo Kxprew. 10 00 pm dally,
for ntmlmrg and the west, with through
Sleeper to rittsbnntand FUtsbarjc to Cnl-
BALTMOTtK AND POTOMAC HAILROAD.
roti Ka, CdnandAlg-nA,, nochenter and Nl
afmrs Palls dally, except Sunday. S to a m.
For Em Canandalenn and Iloohester dally:
li r IJnffalo and Moeara dally, except 8t
nrday, 10 00 p m. with Sleeping Carwash
lnston lo Rochester.
Fob WiM.tAMronr, Ixiok Haven and Elmlra,
at 10 80 a m daily, except Sunday.
Fon Wn.ttAMroBT, da'ly, 3.30 pm.
Fob rniiAOBt.rniA, New York and tho Bait.
7.80,900. II (Oard 11.40A ra, 2.1C. 3.1S, 4.W.
B.40, loroand 11 90 pm. On Sunday, 9.00.
lt.to a ra. s 10. 3.15, 4 80. 10 oo and it 0ptt
United Express of Cullman rarlor Cart
9.40 a ra dally, except Snnday,
Fon Nxw Youk only. Limited Express with
Dlnln Car, 5 00 p ra dally.
Fob rniLApeLmiA only. Fast Kxpioss . to a
m weekdays ami 4pm dally. Express
Sunday only, 5 40 p m.
Fen Dosron without change, 3.IS p m every
For Brooklyn. N. Y., alt through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Ilrooklyn
Annex, alTontlng direct transfer to Fulton
street avoiding double ferriage across Now
For Atlantic City, 11.40 a m week-days, 11.W
For IlALTlMonr, 6.36, 7.30, 8.10. 9 00. 9.10, 10.00,
10.ro, II COand It 40a tl, 12.05.2.10, 3 IS 3.10,
4 00, 4 SO, 4 80. S 00. M0, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 and
11.80 p m. on Sunday 9.00. D.ns, 10.ro, 11.10
a m. 10, 3.1S. 3.S0, 4.00, 4 80. 5.00, 5.40, 6.00,
Fon Tori's Criek Like, 7 90 a m and 1.30 p m
dally, except Sunday.
For ARNAfot.t. 7.30 and 9.00 a m, 12.05 and
4 so p m dally, except Sunday, Sundays,
9 00 a.ra and 4.20 p m.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN TtAtlAVAY,
In effect May 11th, 1990.
For Alexandria, 4 30, 0 36, 7 43, 8 41, 0.11,
10.57a m, l 01 noon, 2 05, 3 .10, 1.95, 4.55, 8.01,
8.0, 10.05 and 11.19 p m. On Sunday at 4 30,
7.45,9 45 10.37, a in, 2.30,6.01, 8.0 and 10.05
Accommodation for Qtiantlco, 7.13 a mand
4.15pm week-days. 7.45 a m Sundays.
Fon ItitimoNn and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p m wook
Trains lcavo Alexandria for Washington, 0 05
7 (5, 8 OO. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m: 1 J30, 3.00, 3.50,
5.10. 0 05. 7.03 B.S0, 10 37 and 11 OS p m
On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m: 2.00. 5.10.
7.06. 7.29. 0.20 and IU.37 p m.
Tickets and Information at tho ofllco.
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station,
where orders can bo left for tho checking of
liaggago to destination from hotels and rest
ciias. k. 1'tton. j. n, wood.
General .Manager. Ocnl. Pass. Agont.
Italtiniuro ami OIiFo Ilailro.id.
Schedule In effect Jnne 20, 1800,
Leave Washington from station corner of
Xew Jcrtor avenuo and U streot.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vestlhiiled
Limited express dally ll.3t"a a, express
9 to p ra.
Font iNci nkati, St. Louis and Indianapolis
cxrrefs daily 3.30 at d ll.SOpm.
Fun 1'msBi'nu and llovcland, expresi dill
9 ;o a tu and 8.40 p.m.
For LtxiNHToN and points In tho 8henandoab
Valley, lun am.
Fon tt iKrnrsTFR and way stations, t43 p m.
For Lvbat, U JO Bnd j.40 p m.
1'or IIaltihohe, week days, 4.05, 5 00, 0.19,
7.20 7.W.8.I0 45 minutes), 8.10, 0.30. (11.00,
12.00 tVmlnulesi a. m, lhlo,2.ts VIM tv
mlnutes). 13.13, 45-tslnutes), 3.25, 4.20, 4.30,
4.SH (1.10, 5-mlnnts) 5..W 0.00, 0 15, Q.20,
7.10. 7 30, 8 3S, 9 to. 10.30 and 11.30 p. m
Hjildajf. 4 05, 7.20, 70, 8.30, 9.30 a m.
(12.(0, 45 minutes) 1.00, 2.13, (2.50, 45-mln
U I Cf) 3 16,4.21,4 32, (1.50, is minutes) O.ou.
t.15, 0.20, 730, 8.3ft, 10J-. 11.10 p m.
For Wat Nation betireen Waihluzton and
Daltlmoro. 6(0, 6.36, 8.30 am., li.10, 3.25,
4.3,62u. lljopm. Mondays, 8.30 am., l.oo,
Trains leav Haltimork for Woshlngton,
wrek iUt, 6.10, B.20, 0.10.7.15. 7,-. 8.0O,
8 30, 8 3ft, 0.30 and 10.20, WM am.! L'.OO,
12.10. a.lO.S.3-,S 50,4 00, 4.13,5.00,6 00,0.20, n
7.00, rfO, 8.20. 8.30, 9.10. 10.10, WM and 1 1.00
10.83 a m.. 12 00 1.05,3 10,2 30,4 15 J.CO.JJJ"
7M, 7 80, 8., 80. 10 10, 10.20 and 1I.M on
For Annaiolu. 6 36 and 8.30 a m., W. 10 and
4 30 ni. bundays. 8 3d a m., 4 32 p m.
Leave Annaixtlla 0 35, 8.37 am., 12.06, 3.
pm. bundays, 8.30ara 3.3 pm,
Fuk bTATioss ou tho Metropolitan Hrano .
16.30,1830 a tn.SlU p ra. For principal
ttatlou only, 1 10.40 a m.,tl,10 and t5.
Fuk Kocktillz ami Way Stations, 1 1 35 p m.
I'ok Gaithkiiubhu aad IbIwhhhIUio pclntrv
10.0P. )0fO, tllio a ra.. t.00, t3.00. ..u,
Fob Uoyu'h aad Intertaedlate statlooi, ,0
Church train leaves Wa'blattoa on Sunds,
at 1 13 p in., stopping at all station oa
Fuk FiEiiMicK. TO ). J8.30, ).30 tit. 30 a m
11.15, tS 30, tl.3Jpm.
Fob llAaaasrowN, HO 40 a ra. and t3.30 p m.
iHAih ah Rival roe Chicago dally 11.41am
ami 4.1u p m; from tlaoluuatl and bt. Louis
daliyS-UiamaadS OSpta; irom littsbar
7.10 a m, 50 p is dally.
NKW YORK 4 FniLADBLnilA DIVISION.
Fob New York, Treatos. Newark, N. J , and
t-ltuUth. N. J , 105. t8 00, 10.00, 'l.'WJ
am 2 5?, MM sad p m. llutfot
Furlor tars oa all day train. Sltwplnu Car
on IU W JO p m, opb at 9XO p ra.
For Il.iLAUsi.raiA, Mat, trfoo. '10.00, ij00
boon, 1.50, ISO, .14 aad 10.30pm.
Fob 1eahk, Del , WIlaUaatoB and Chester,
1.06, ta 00 a ra, '1200 uooo, '2.50, M.50,
Fub ihTABxiMATE nam UtwaaB Baltimore
attd lii adatpuut, t6 00 aad fT 20 a u, t.'.iO,
TKAiks leatb Nw York for Washington,
9 UI tll.30 a ra, 2 09, i ., 5.UU p m aad
TBAiNiiLAK ItilladaipUa tor Wasldngton,
1.24. 11. 'vis, 11J a a, tl.W, 131,
&s T S2p.
Fob bWov, ja P . wUh Pullwan Buffet
Miil'tB Car ruaalac tkroanfa to Bo.tou
wltbuut ekaaaa, via ratuakeawla Brtde,
laadliu; iaatar lu B. i 11. stattuu at
Fab atiatw City, 4 M aid WJM a a, I .'.00
aoou, attuilays, 4 86 m, i2 00uouu aad
tExcapt aaaday. 'Dally iaunJayoa'y,
UtLggmtt vuiivtl for aad ukacaea froiuuj
lets and raaidauvaa by Uatua Tranifer Co .u
critarii left at ticket oaUa, 119 and 1151 Fa
v. aud at itaBot.
J. T. IJDKLU CHAS. O S I'LL.
Cea Manager Han Pas A t
JOHN P. AGNEW & OO
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Miidts a Genu's Creek Csi
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TBLBfaONaU Osaca. UH: Yard. 976
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