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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890.
The Daily Critic
O ITT KPKOIA.M.
rttrrittOnM Mew Pull ttaswHi.
John Rudden, the pioneer Installment m(l,
ttwrtralry located M no and on Seventh street
fRTh1l, Mrs Jiwt retnrned from thr east
MB Starlets with an Immense sapptf "f Ml
Mm of housekeeping goods, carpet, stores.
MM. Me. Ton ran fnralsh mr nonse from
centr to aarret, at tnts store, with cash
to garret, at tnts stot
on the Installment plan.
W, II. Ilmighttni .V Co.'s Immewee
Bo Mi examine their lovely Prlor tnltes.
8fMnfMW Ilther in ch rrror solM
Oh. fWf price ft r all nnseaimaoie gool.
ml patterns of carpets that eaanot be
dlMtamea, at prices which trill snfnrtse
fern. A to be shown those Solid Oak Bed
room Sn'tes, 3 piece, for lis. Also theft $1.
trteee", of Solid oak Bed room saltes.
Tme Suites are all Damn, and still, no
(HAM. please the aunt fastldlons pnrehtsw.
Ail order for wall papering for the next
two weeks at sspercent dlsrnnit, at
W. ft. Hoi oitmvs A Co '.
ts ii T street aorthwest
The National Sre Deposit Company,
Unr. lflth St. nmt N. V. Ave-me.
SsjQratfe for S'.rerware, Jewelry, Itaovs,
n Oonda and ralnihies of all kinds,
OtMRea astKierate. Safe deport hoses fa
r at tin very lowest rate.
llic New Year Apprnprlntely Cele
brated by ltellglnns Kxerclses.
8erBlh street presented a holkky
appearance last night with many of the
ulcus closetl and the great business
tUorrmahfarelhrongctl with well dressed
ini'B.nomcn ami children seeking pleas
tite either lit social reunions or at places
of amusement. It was the secnml
right of the Ilibtew New Year, U-nh
The morning service yestertlav at the
lftgbt sttett synagogue was lar'gely at
tended. The Shnfar or ram's horn an
nouncing the Mlvent of the new year
was Mown hy Mr. S Goodman. The
choral music was Impressively snag
with Professor Walter presiding at the
organ. Ilabbl Stern delivered n ills
course In the course of which he ail.
jurcd his heaters to lead an unselfish
life ami to do good toothers. He re
frrtctl to the changes that had taken
place dnrlnj: the pail year, and spoke
hopefully or the future. Hetrnrdlng the
outrages on the Jews In llussla he said
that the issue must be faced, hut that
Itussla could not be compelled to aban
doned its designs. Tho liclploss out
casts when they come to America should
be looktd after nnd assisted.
The Feast of the Day of Atonement
begins next Tuesday, the Feast of the
Tabernacles Sunday evening following
nnd the holiday season closes with the
Peost of Consolation on October 5 and 0.
(Irttlnc Ilemly for November.
A lively meeting of Ohio Republicans
was held last night at Grand Army
Hall. A. F. Chllds, chief clerk of the
Census Office, presided, and Mr. J. W.
McKinlcy acted as secretary. Con
fires man Taylor made a short speech,
iliLOuncIng the Democratic nartv anil
the eerrjmander in Ohio. Mumh. D.
A. Orosvenor, J. J. Caldwell an I Hon.
E. S. Wllllatnt followed with brief but
cnthuslaitlc speeches, predicting Re
publican success In Ohio and denounc
ing the Democratic party generally,
filxth Auditor Coulter and" ex-State
Senators Reynolds and Flmplu also
mmle stirring campaign speeches.
The committee on transportation re
ported that half fare round-trip tickets
Lad been secured for thoe who wished
to go home to vote. The question of
campaign contributions from Govern
ment cinployu was brought up and tin
official announcement made that con
trlbutious would be all tight if they
tu re large enough.
Sum of JonaiUb,
A very successful session of the
Sovereign Council. Suns of Jonadab,
Las just been closed at Harper's Ferry.
Representatives front eleven subordi
nate council In Maryland, West Vir
ginia. Virginia and the District of Co
lumbia were present. The report of
the otHeere showed a gratifying Im
provement in oety way, there being
enrolled 700 lueiuUr ami a balance of
$1,900 la tbe treasury. The power of
traullng permission to a subordinate
count!! to reduce tbe Initiation fee, was
conferred upon the Sovereign Council.
A mopotitloB to establish a preparatory
oiutr was voted down as likely to
weaken tbe older. The council decided
to bold their next annual toss lra at
Washlngum, iu tbe ball of Spartan
Cittocil. No S, In September, 1901.
rmb) lluDla llrpubIlcB.
PfHiiieen sew ineeabere were elected
and fotiy applications made for stem
Iietsbip at the tegular monthly meeting
held last night of tbe Pennsylvania
Club. MtMis. II J. Shoemaker, II.
A. Cobauf k and J. C. Quelu, were se
lected as dtttgktei to tbe coavestioa of
FemurivsaU Clubs which meet ia
FMJlatMpfaU Bext Tuesday. Heary A.
li. JitmUoa and X V. Mania were
hotu alieraues. It was staled that
Itaaspcrtattoa, with rouad trip UekU
t (B fate rates, go id fur Of lam days,
i d beta sttuicd for tbe members tu
Uc at tbtlr Bomee la November.
Tu Bew MarjUml regUtUnUoa Uw
vs tifcifiitieii last algbt at a meetiag ef
la Mary'aad Democratic Club held at
II F atieet, and arraaxemeats were
mist for vc4crs ia that State. A cim
i algst eomaalltee was cJmmb aU wa
l'l c wi adopted, pludglan the best
( tt iu of the awuei4Uita tu aectue the
suGCMC of each Demotratic Coagf
kl eddaie. and the re ebjelloa of
Urn, Batawt Cosaaioa ia tiu FUta di
UM, who. as alleged, waa deprived of
Us HMkt la ta pieaaat Coavgiaas by tae
A UfMu ut F4lr Human.
TnjBJSia, ia U c(uuin; poem, draaas
cf a Ions; prorenstoB of lovely wewea of
gM vast. This is aU very wJl, but the
IibjmH woatd have doae the worm a
gseater service, if be had only totd the
nassi ef the pretest hor they could l
Vvn tasar hCiOUt aad esaauce their
t-aauas. This be saight tmUy aav dou
bf BM-naiBiaamng the um of Oc. Piare'
TsAoslte fiawrlpUos UtuOth u the Ut
frhtad f taU), awl Uns UiuuiterabM UU
to tiaiea tMsa ace veeuharli subject, us
imt twiuk. Long trxperitnee has
VKMHm Uot the hcaUti of ttoaMidaad ana
the "f tvecite Frt.riutk4" iV fcaim la
toad SM am iwtnrM ll It IU ouiy
Bipmrtte tut warn, sou b eVuggMs,
MkSMr ytmut yuumjMtu turn the uMt
furuners that n wiU give swlsfarttea ia
tvaty esse, o anwey will be rafuamiA
Tjhtf) fiuai awlev aaa Usea ptiatMa1 va feae
lSU ijjtr, ad WtWutiycarrieii out
umUtm vki Vsesaeiat.
AboA vacancy aaa beam caaajsad ia
i rV&s DpriDet by ts reaige-
um of om tt Regaa (4 Uw 8 Pea
uct He was os of tae newly p-
aifsjfas) aaea. asvd ami oaly balm ost taat
'natttilids Hto MaikfaasVoa tM
VjtttM to Uhv already boge aumbet of
, vHt vacajsx-to vue. Maw Mooe fat
. i a lm tu kao mv to tl. A large
MaJau of m-a have iiataed exasaiaa-
, ad an vaaUo ha appuiatnmta
r tm afioosamodathm wf Wasaiax-
' ' -4yi troatlugwft3-
U gat iutaiat f - track on We Jico l-i
tod TIium1J !it pUuiter i7 auJ 1" -i
LcUl ula Lli UVc ChjiUi Ui.tsl tuu.tj..
J I i II returning to WnaiilLl u l-u
u..iJUli ttlct tUi ttiu) aWuui tu, i aLi.
Ji Ls 36 Li.t.L4
MU8IG AND RED FIRE
6RESTSB THI YICT0RI0S8 MTU TEAM
OF THK NATIONAL 8BARB
On Its Metarn tram Creetlmoor A lite
Crnwtt WHitent the fnrntte ,V
eeptl(m relltmett at
AH Washington was on Petimtylranla
aTenm ltMt night to give a coitilm ami
protnl wteotn to th returning victori
ous rlflenwt who carrletl off the Hilton
tropy at Creed moor, ami for several
hours, the mB who on Saturday snf
feml so mtreh discomfort during the
hit of their marksmanship, were made
to feel that then was nothing in the
city good en ogh for them. Ther were
given a right royal welcome, and hun
dreds shouted themselves hoatse in the
futile endeavor to show how much
hey appreciated the grand work of
the National Guard title team, while
rockets and rel fire contributed, ia no
small degree, to the sttccen of the oc
casion. TMB KCTtRR XATtOXAL GUAM)
was out In force, ami the men's wives,
sisters ami sweethearts , ami brothers,
who were not members, considered it a
matter of duty lo witness the parade,
ami prove what an Interest they took In
all things military.
The train beating the victors was
forty minutes late, but the militiamen,
like trained veterans, were used lo wait
ing, and the crowd which was growing
larger every minute had no other alter
native. The biggest crowd was about the
Sixth street depot. Kvery one wanted
to fee the men who mere such proficient
shooters, and finally when the train ar
rived the police had considerable
trouble In clearing a way for them; but
by a considerable display of energy they
finally reached their position Immedi
ately in the rear of the First reelment.
TIIK OrtDRII TO MAltCIt
was given and to the playing of the
band, the hissing and explosion of
Roman candles and skv rockets nnd the
burning of red flro the'brlgado took up
its mnrch to headquarters at Seventeenth
nnd Pennsylvania avenue. When tint
point was reached the troops turned nnd
countermarched down the Avenue,
while the rifle team wont into General
Ordwny's quarters, whore the staff and
ofllcersof the brigade bad assembled nnd
where a substantial luncheon was
made n few remarks, complimenting
the team on tho excellent showing ft
had made, and requested Major Pollard
to tell bow the victory had been
achieved. The Major was mode,
however, and declared that the credit
for the victory was due to General
Otd way, who had oncournged them so
greatly. Colonel Moore made a humor
ous speech, and the reception developed
into general Interchange of conversa
tion. Tilt. HILTON TROI'IIV
has not yet arrived, as It was necessary
to have the names of the winning team
It set Ibcd upon It, but each nun wears
a liron.e inidnl suitably Inscribe 1.
During the progress of the parade
A NL'MUBR OF CASUALTIRS,
but the most serious happened to a
joung colored man, David Ilayi, who
wa run over by car No. t, at tbe
crrncr of Twelfth and the Avenue.
He was standing In front of the horses
when the driver, James II. Illaden,
began whipping them and started up
the Avenue. A policeman grabbed
f ne of thim and called to the driver to
Hop lut he paid no attention and
continued to whip the horses. Hays
was knecked down and the wheels
pasted over his leg, crushing the thigh
awl breaking the left leg. While he
was under the car the driver made an
other iffort lo start It but was prevented
by OlBcer AVcedon and subsequently
arrt sted. The InJ a red man was taken
to the Kmergency Hospital.
Daniel Avathlngton, a young man,
bad both fret severely crushed by a
horse, and was taken to his home, 1030
N street northwest.
David McMenaraln, a bricklayer,
drove furiously down the Avenue and
collided with a wagon at Seventh street,
lie was arrested and locked up.
While Intoxicated, John A. Perklas
fell on tbe street In front of Wlllard's
and broke his nose.
George Zabn, while attempting to
jump off a cable car. slipped and tbe
car pasted uter his left baud and corn
pit tely swashed it.
James A. Iteahll was attacked with
as ipiiepUe fit last sight and dislocated
There were a number of minor aeel
iknU eauaed by flying sparks from the
toekeU' watting are to 1 wiles' dress es.
but bob of them proved serious.
New ttatlread trajeet.
A report baa tata ekcubued la rail
read eitelea that tUa Kkamoml aal
ItabvilU Ct wpaay has completed aego
tiaiioaa for the ptucbaae of the Skeoaa
foah Valley ItaUroad which wid be sold
st audio at Itoaaoke oa ia 30th la.
Tbe road will be sold under a deei (f
titut bld by the Insurance, Tiuat ami
Deposit Compaay of Philadelphia ami
ixtemls from IlageratowB. Md , to Roa
noke, Va.,-23 allies. It ia alao re
ported that a well kaowa official of the
litchiaoad aad Daaviik Road is bow u
this eily Uj lag lo iaduce Ooauew to
give aosM otkir road aa outlstt over
law Lostf Bridge. Tm) psoiaet is sup
aaaed to lay listte a sjeiutaae to mtild a
toad thioufk Fait fax, Fauquier ami
Loudosj CouBiies to Piotd Royal la
IJr. Ujay wi tba timnt.
"Has not th Afro - America a
iquiRittd himself iateUecttmUy for Uw
gieat lespoeaibilitica of Ufa?" was the
topic diacussed last night at tite First
fiapUat Cbuicb. South Wasbiagto. by
Be v. Dr. William Gray. He said that
there wete la tite Soutt M.GUO colored
Uacb. 1,006 000 pupUa, CO aocawl
acaoC'la, 50 roilcgw aiad tuaivesaaas aad
9 iheolwgte! weaalaarie. The colored
Pld pay taxes m mnuiy 9300,000,000
eU of proiwrty. That Be veraad W
tbavs Bjaffjr tite asttMimiflaT atatesaent
thai ttcte ie 800.000,000 meeabers U
t'avemitaiif aese- sttm tcm tteieibiaaa.
i r Tli i wtii-tmr VtlHsw b, SdMtak,
vac la a aJMaoUag gsikry o Feaoay
vscis avcau last akvt tie djsv U
liftaslon ajad atartjed out to iptiSjfl It la
ttyle. Otlcer SuMua vas tae ara to
notice that he was dispiayiag bis saaaey
mjitc ftecly. sad bad vat alas two men.
vbAttt tbe omtw ksew vouM get rid of
It foe bias very quickly. He aiseated
oaeof the pair asd locked aim up at
lite Find Fttdact slaxioa, sad also took
tke old soidkr tutre aad retaiaed Uw
until bm frkade came aad sot hi
ScbcaJt bad ever Mo of all atoaey
AiSrsee to aiotbew
ltr. ttttilu k BoulUug Sjrui auouiil
SiaAja be Used tut -U.Jjcu teaUuug It
v o'ho Uic i.U.Iti ttuflciiji tUc jriuu d 'a
rauurly foi dlj:-o. Hn. a, 'iuU.s.
new rar ihe Ste!!te ami frennemtien
Dtrrtir In Seme Oft,
Vent fit lemttm Qirem
Orthography being such an ele
ment ry portion of a people's education,
ft would naturally 1 eonsUered that
anything tending to retard the tyro In
Its attainment would he carefully
avoided , especially as regards the names
of the friends and acquaintances with
whom the said tyro may have to asso
date. It Is an oft repeated accusation
against our mother tongue that spelling
cannot be called a matter of "rule," for
even In commonplace grammtr "owgh"
has half a doren sounds, separate ami
distinct, 1ml when we come to sur
names confusion liecomes worse coa-
Where would one find an average in
tellect who would pronounce Aber
gavenny Altcrt-enny, and why should
the "classic race" of the world belle Its
letters and lie called "Isrby' ' Kven
now Mr. Dlllwyn's most anient ad
mlters have warcely learnt to call him
"Dillon." and It will require a sweep
irg reform before Rrmighn-n will have
b tome, at It should be, "Hrwm " It
is a question why the scions of noble
houses should be so careful as to the
pronounclnlton of their names, but
where is the Cholmondely or Marjorl
bwnhs who is satisfied with anything
longer than the clipped "Marshbanks"
and "Chumley'" How the Colquhouns
and Wcmyss arrived at "Cnhoon" and
"Wectns" will be a riddle to orthogra
pliers for ages to come.
Of course, a large number of Drlttsh
bouses claim Norman descent, and nat
urally demand a pure or half pure
Fundi pronunciation. So tbe "Heau
cleiks" and "Wlllrughby de Kresbys"
become In pc-llle circles "Wlllouguby
De Krebys" and "Beaticlarcs," but to
account for "Waldegnve" being "Wat
grave." "St. .Iohn'v "Slnjln," or "St.
Leger" "Sllleeer" Is n harder matter
A large number of our well known
names change their o's Into it's, such as
"Conynghain." "Monson" and 'Ton
sonby." while "lllotint" liecomes
"Illunt," and Diicheenc" becomes
"Ducane." Most of our surnames bo
ginning with "Ucatt" nllar their pro
nunciation considerably, for Instance,
"Do Ikntivolr" changes lo'DoUeevcr,"
nnd the famous "Uoduchamps" are all
Indeed, to take the peerage through,
those names which spell themselves are
the exception, and tho intellect Is
stunned lo find Hint "Chnrtorls,"
"Glands." "IJethunc." "Ceoghogan"
and "Ruthven" are respectively
"Charters," "Glams," "IJecton,
"Gagan" nnd "Rlvon." And reason
totters on her throne, when society de
mands that "St. Clark" It "Sinclair"
and "Gowcr" "Qoro." However, the
average Englishman has now got so
used to tho peculiarities of aristocratic
patronymics that their misspelling or
mispronunciation are like a second na
ture, and he would be ready to knock
down the first man who contended that
lils favorite diarist was Samuel Pepys,
Instead of Samuel Peep.
A PARTICULAR DOCTOR.
lie Want to It now What 111 t'ntleota
Ilo llefore lrentiiient.
fnm tu .Ytn York World.
A good story from Saratoga filtered
through a little group of Union Club
men who had gone out for a chop a
night or two ago. Dr. Strong's eml
ctnlly respectable seminary at tho Spa
is carefully guarded against contamina
tion from the outside world. Mr.
Charles Wheeler not he of the Brook
lyn Club, who Is so prominent a man
over the river but another Charles
Wheeler, called on one of Dr. Strong's
young ladles. The good doctor Is said
to examine all cards before they are
tent up stairs. He did so In Mr. Wheel
er's case and then sailed blandly Into
tbe parlor to sound tbe visitor.
"Ah U good morning. Sir. Wheeler:
good morning, sir' A charming day!
And what might your business be. Mr
Wheeler?" "I am a banker, sir," was
tbe reply. "A nice clean satisfactory
business, Mr. Wheeler a nice clean
business." Ami there was no further
objection to Mr. Wheeler. Soon after
a .New Yorker, well known as a man
about town ami clad In one of his mo.t
striking costumes, called at Dr.
Strong's. "Ami what might your bust
it ess be, Mr. ?" quoth the bland old
doctor on bis preliminary lour of In
spection. "I, sir," replied the visitor,
who was "feeling devilish,'' "I, sir,
play Ihe wheel!" "Ah!" returned the
good doctor, rubbing bis hands, "a nice
clean healthy sport blcyellnz' I
should like myself to ride tbe wheel
these hreescy HUHiilnr up bill aad down
dale '" And nobody has undeceived
Dr. Bltong jet as to the kiad of wheel
Tim Lt Eiuuralun to Luray Oavero.
Tbe but exeuMon of the seaaost to tbe
Cat eras of Lurayn 111 teste B. & O. station,
S.30 a. hi., Wkdnewlsy, September 17.
Kouud trip luclutltiif ailiuhMloa to lae
Caverns, $3.80. Keserve your ae-it la ad
vsfice UbbUt extra cost at 610 and 1331
few k)lvania avenue.
The lnternl llevt-nue Tux ou UUiaoadi
Pimm Ui ytUtbutf tUttnlt.
"If 1 wear my diamtmd earrings
muck kmer whesi I go shipping I
shall be luiaed," said a eareful little
wife to her lord.
"How ant" he asked.
"Why," said sue, "wbeu I go lo the
buielMrs he always looks at my ears
iiefore be aaya bow muck the meat will
cost, aad if he see tbe dlamomU he
will add oa aa extra test or twenty
cents, I kaow. Thinks be ought tu
feet a dividead oa the diamond I
IS a blood disease. Until the puuoa ia
expelled from the syaleai, there caa.
be bo cure for Uus loalluoiue and
daageious malady. Therefore, the ouiy
etfectie treatment la a thorough couiaa
of Ayer SkuraaparUIu the beet of ail
mood purifiers. Tbe eoostec you begba
tbe better ; delay is daageroua
" I was troubled warn eatawh for over
twoycut. I tried arious temedie.
aud aa treated bf a awmber of pkyi
cuiu, but received ao beaefU uutil I
begaa to take Ayer's Safaapanlia- A
few buttles of tbis uwdirinw cured me of
tku troubkaouie cowplaiitt ami toui
pbHely rtaturtd my keaith." Jeaee M
v Wbea Ayer's 8awparila vaa reo
oiuiin-u.ln.1 to me for catarrh, X was iu
cUiu.4 to doubt tta eskcuey U"ug
tried o wey remediee, with little ben
eat, I had no taUb that anything would
cure me. I become emaciated from U
of appetite and impaired dujeauou. I
bad uearly Uwt the aeuse of aucU, aud
my system caa badly deranged- I aa
bout thin ourattd, wbea frieud urcd
tue to try Ayti'k mtmapariUa, and ti
feucd me to petaoae vbow U had iuxci
of cu.iori'U 4iir tuJtUut half a d.m
bottka of tUia U)rll'llli, I BUt cottVUit.J
that the ouiy me way of Ut.4.uujj tUa
abntmu, diauuw u tuioaih the blood "
-Cluules H bUlouey, 113 nx t ,
Or. J. C Ar 4. Co, Loeii, Maw.
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
clings, Engfailiigs, Water Colors, Fholograp hs snd All Piclures
Stock txcept Aito'ypes at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Special attesthm rM to Framlne, Realldlae, Movlag and Doxlnit rietores aad Mlrrws.
James B. Liambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
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GO TO THE
Southeast Corner of Ninth ana1 E
Where everybody kooi. It Is the wettest
bargain corner In Salibcton.
HttCBS TO SUIT svehybody.
We can Miowyon for tlie comlne Maton tlie
uientcst llreof 17.M Oentlemen'a Hulls nrer
ihown in the Ill-trlct. ami our $10 Dre. Salt
U iiunl to aty t!5 unit on Tth utrtet.
We alio hare an elogaut llneot Uors'SiItt,
15 In 11 yean. Irom ft to $3
Clilldrrn'a Milt, II X to 6.
InMen'x l'actalooos we are the leader, as
vte manufacture etery dollar' worth oir
Klres.and tlirefore cart save you tlrxr
rent on every dollar IntMted. Wehareihe
bott Stlntaloog In tie world; utrlc'lr all
wool and Eiiaraateed never lo rip, am) our
Sit so. $3 and $3.90 pants are bevoo.l omrxtl
tlon. Ilelow w mention a (ew prices ot our Hats
and KurnltblDir Coodt:
Dunlapityle.kold everywhere tM UM, at
Youran Utet atrle, ss.atSt.t9-
Ak tor our t peelal St S3 Derby.
ItarmlB. In Mea's Underwaar Is all nuall
IIm from SCO up. breclal line Kull drasi
Milrti at tSe up. Hit Kmbroldsred KmrHtml
er , ss' All the latest novelties In Neckwear
at , as and SOo.
Wben you cet ready topurchate any of tbe
above article, plve mac ill.
otii ami i: srs. x. w.
For Improved aad
I'm It tor Soaps,
idame, rTb. etc.),
Apic or Meat Jelly.
Keep perfectly la
all climate for any
leuifthof tine, aatt
I cheaper aad ot
ttner flavor tnaa
any other utoek.
One pound equal
to forty pound of
lean beet of the val
ue of about JT.se
with Ju.tiu von
Grind. Upright and Square
isiaeial aHeattae of parebniers U lavtted
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Aud yuuwlil lvafbave beamutuJ kreast.
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consist of choice works by
some ot the best American
ard Foreign Authors, upon
various subjects, Including
Fiction, Biography, History,
The initial volume of the
series Is now ready.
EachLtjumber Will Be Complete in
Ho, 1 The Blind Men and
I)y I'll UVEAS.
To be Followed by
No, 2 In Trust or, Dr, Ber
ByAUAfcDA M. DOUGLAS.
Noi 3 Three Million Dollars.
Sukeiiptiw Price, $5 IV Year,
Single Numbers, 50c.
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A LUMBER YARD
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.
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
L1BBEY. BITTINGER & MILLER,
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BO ILERS, $
HAKE TEA 02 MFFEE
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.
MK5MiS?rl hm and ae maweoI You canY jfAi
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SUY TOUR TRTJITES AHD IAMESS
425 bcTwala bt N W
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO 1
Get Our Present
1 . i 5 and $ 1 .50.
IN 10 OB 13 MINDTE3.
next; i? OJ 1 ?i,uvW8" H
s- v s y r S-s 's s -y ' j' s y s '
Tho Great Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
DobM Trsk. Splendid Scenery.
Stee! Rati. MSimlflrent Kqnipmcnt.
In effect May lltb. IW.
Tratwi teare Washtajrtoti, Irom station cor
ner ot Sixth and fl streets, a follows-
Fan Pirranro and the Wert, Chicago Ltml
ted Express of rnllman VetlhnIeC'arsat
M 90 a m dally; Pan Line, 10.80 a m dallr to
CMcaro, Cofnmhns and St. Ixnl. with
Steepira cars from Itarrlbnrj! to Indlanan
MtS, Pltt.bnrs to Coldmbm; Alto.mt to
Chtwco. 8t. Lonts Chlcftco and Cincinnati
Kxpress, 8 SO t m dally Parlor Car Wah
h1on to liarrlsbnrf;, and Slpepln Cars
namsborK to St. Loots, Chleaao and Cln
cfonstl, and Dlnlne Car nnrrlsbnrR to St
LoolM blcapo and Cincinnati. Western Ex
press, at 7.4o p ra dally, with Sleeping Cars
VPashlnaton to Chleaao aad 8t. LouK con
Beettaic dally at Harrlsbnre with thronuh
Steeper for Uml'Tllle ami Memphis rnll
man llnlnr Car nttshntx to Richmond and
thtcago. iMclflo Sxprev, 10 00 p m dally,
forPltttmrffnml the West, with throueh
Sleeper to flttsbnra' and Pittsburg to Chl-
BALMORE AND POTOMAC KAUROAD.
rot Kajjb, Canandalgna, itocheter and Nl
apira Fall dallr. except snnday. a 10 a ra.
FOR Eau Canannalcna and Hocheter dally:
ftr IlnlTnloand Macara dally, except 8
nrday, 1000 pm, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
For Wilmasitobt, Loes Ilaren and Klmlra,
at 10 to a m dally, except Sunday.
For WttttAiMTiRT, daily. 3.30 pm.
For rnn.ADrt.rniA. New York and tho East.
7.W, 9 on. li (0 and 11.40 a m, 8 10, 3.ts, t.ao.
S.tS. lOOOand 11.S0 pm. On Snndar.9.00.
11. te a w. 10, S.1.1, 4 SO, 10 00 and 1 1 4 p u!
Limited Expres of Pnllman rarlorCars
9.10 a m dally, exrept Snnday.
For Nrw York onlr, Umlted Express with
Dlnlna Car. 5.00 p m dally.
For rniLAnsLratA only. Fast Bxpess9 10a
tnvcekdars and 4 p m dally. Express
Fnndar only. 5 40 p m.
For Dosto.n without chnnRO, 3.13 pm erary
For BroOkltk. N. ., all thnmeh train con
nect at Jersey City with boat of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street arotdlngdouble ferriage across Now
For Atlantic Cirr, 11.10 a tn week-days, 11 SO
p m dally.
rR IlAt.TIMOnR. 6.9S. 7.S0, 8.10, 0.00. 9.0, 10.00.
10.50,11 C0andU40a n, 12.06, a.10, 3 II 3.10.
4 00. 4 SO, 4 SO, 6 CO. S 40, 6 00, . ,40, 10.00 and
11.W p m. On Sunday 0.00. 0.05, lO.'O, II to
a tn. S 10, 3.15. J.tO,4.(,4.SO. 5.00, 5.40, 0.00.
For Pora's Crbbk Like, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p ra
dally, except Sunday.
For Aknatoli, 7.80 and 9.00 a ra, 12.05 and
4 to p tn dally, except Sunday, Sundays,
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY,
In effect May 11th, IS00.
Fob AtEXANnntA, 4 30, 6 35, 7 45, 8 4", 0.J3,
10.57 a m. 14 01 noon, 3.05, 3 30, 4 25. 4.55, 0.01,
8.o, lo.ns nnd 11 .39 p m. on Sunday at 4 30,
7.45,9 43 10.37, a tn, 2.30, 0.01, S.Oi and 10.03
AtwMwonATios for (Jnantlco, 7 15 a m and
4.5 p m week-days. 7.45 a m Sundays
For 11i.iiioni and tho South, I: M and 10.57 a
tn dally. Accommodation 1.55 p m week
days. TiuiKslcavo Alexandria for Washington, 0 05
7 IB, 8 00. 0.10. 10.15. 11.07 a tn; 1.20. 3.00, 3.50,
5.10, 0 08. 7.03 9.20. 10 37 and It 03 p m
pnsumlayato.ionnd 11.07 a ra; 2.00, 3.10.
, 7.06. 7.W, Ojw nnd 10.37 pm.
Tickets and Information at tho offlco,
northeast comer of Thirteenth street and
l'cnnsylranla nrcnue, and at tho rtatlon,
whero orders can lw lctt for the checking of
iHiggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. CIIAS. E. PUOn, J. R. WOOD,
Oencrnl Manager. Ocnl. Tass. Agent.
Ilaltimore anil Ohio HallroadT"
Schcdnle In effect Juno 20, 1S90.
Leave Wahlnglon from station cornor of
hew Jcrier avenue and U street.
For CntCAdo and Northwest, Vestlbulcd
limited ox press dally 11 .30 a m, express
For CiNciHXATt, St. Louis ami Indianapolis
cxrrcM dsily S.0 ot-d 11.30 p m.
Fob PiTTfBt re and Clovoland, express dill
9 warn nnd MOp. ra.
Fon Lxxinuton ami tolnts In the Shonandoah
alloy, ll.o am.
For W iicnrTiR nnd way stations. 1 1.30 p m.
For Lurat, ts JO and 3.0 p m.
Vor IIaltimore, week days. 4.05. 3 00, O.sj,
7.S0. 7.0S.t0 45-mlnutOS), 9.50, 6.30, (11.00,
lt.OO 4S-mlnutes) a.m., 12.10. 2.15 (1.W 4V
minutes). (3.13, 45-mlnutes), 3.35, 4.20, 4.30.
4.t K.IO, ss-nilnntes) 5.30 0.00, 0.15, 0.29.
7 10. 7.30, 8.SS, O.f 0. 10 SO and 11 SO p, m,
l-um'ars, 4 05, 7.20, 7.30, 8J0, 9.30 a m.
OUCO, 43 minutes) 1.00. 3.13, (4W, 45-mln
Utes)3 S3, 4.2V, 4 , (150, 45 minutes) 0.0V.
t.l. 6 . 7 30, 8 J, 10J", 11.30 p m.
For Vat bTATtoxa between Washington and
ilaltimore. 3(0, H.3S, 8.30 am., 12.10,3.,
i 2?' 5 ; yj0,.ln- handays,si3am.,t.00,
3 ,4.,C.1W, 11.30 pm.
TnAi tEAVa IIaltihore for Washington,
wrek ilaji, 5.C0, B., B.SO.7.13, 7.20,8.00,
SM, 8 35, 9.80 and 10.20, 1045 a m.s l.'.OO,
1S.10. 2.10. 2.3", 2.50. 4 00, 4.13, 8 00. 8 00.fl.-jo;
7.00, 7 10, 8J, 8 30. 9.00. 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00
li m. Sundars. 0 30. 7.13. 8 SO. 845, 0.3J, 10. JO,
10.S6 a m.. 1 00. 1.04.210,230,4.15 5.0O,8.).
70, 7 30, 8.20, 8.30, 10 10, 10JM and 11.00pm.
Fob AtiNAKLi,6.36 aad 8 39 u m U'. 10 and
4 ao p m. bamlayi. 8 30 a m., 4 tt p m.
Leave AnnapulU- 3 33, 8.37 a m., t.',05, 3.
pm. bUBUays,8 30aEB.,3.3)pm.
Foa bTATioti oa tbe Mutropolltan Brano .
taao.is.30 a is.. 11.13 p m. For prlicipal
tutlons only, tio.to a m.,tl.30 and tis
Foa llocaviLtx and Way Station. I 35 p ra.
FoKGAiTH!,Me(7Band Intermediate pclnt.
t9.oo.110w, tuxoa m..nw,uM, (,J
t9.4,siocw, turopn. ti
Foaliow'aand loteraiedlate stations, ,9
Cui-hch traik leaves Wathlngtoo on SunJi
at 1 13 p m.. stopping at all stations oa
Foa FaKiiBBKK.lD.30, 18.30, J J.30 til. 30 am.,
For IIasebm-ows, tlO 46 a ra. aad t3.30 p m.
Tbainhhie Irom Ihlcago dally 11,15 am
atil 4 SO p m; from CtBelanatl aad tst, Louis
del y 3. to a m and 2.06 p m; from I'tttaburn
7.10 a ra. 3.50 p m dally.
KKW YORK 4 riULADELI'IUA DIVISION.
Fob New Yobs, Trenton. Newark, N. J . and
HUaUitU, N. J , 106, MUD, 10.00. l,'0d
IB 2i4. M50 bo4 '10.30 p m. Uuffet
Parlor Cars oa all day tralus. Sleeping I ar
ou the 10 30 p u, otB at 9.00 p ra.
Fob Puilauclvuia, 1X6, tSOO. 10.00, UOO
soon, 1 JO, t 50, J IS aad 10.30 p m.
Fob Iekabk, Dei , Wiladsgtoa and Clie-'er,
l.oa, tscu b iu, oo uouu, '.'W, 'liO,
fe.13 and W 30 p B.
Fob imtkbmumatk 1-ou.ts between Ba't!-iiro
aad Fid adelpiaa, ts oo aad 7 20 a ta t."0,
Tkaimi leave New York for Washlaitnn,
410 tll.JO bib, .G0, C, 5 0op luu-'i
TBAULEAtx PUIadelpMa lor Washington,
l.4. 8.15, t.l5. tl. a m, tl-W, M3I,
6J56 n 32 p BA.
Rut ikiBTOA.-, '.) 9 m. with Pullman Buflet
btepUiC t'ar lunutae tbroagh to B.xt. 1
without i-haaee, via rNMUitVeepea b ; ,--,
laadiBg aueagers lu B. i M. iti'. .j at
Fee arukTie Car. 4 as aad W.00 a m. I?"J
uub, beadays, 496 aw, W00u...uanl
tEieept kotulay. Dally. iSui.lay cVy,
Haaaaye calleit foratut caackctt ir.iiun
tels anil residences br t'alaa TrAu-r.r r-j
order lilt at ticket osaees, 619 and 1. sli
ave. ajul at depot.
J. T. ODKLL. CHAS. O SU LT .
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le's Creek Coal,
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TBLBPbWaNE: OJaoe, 3184; Yard. r-
m mm only:
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