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THE DAILY CTCIl IC, Til V I? PI) A Y EVENING, JUNE 12, 1890.
The Daily Critix, O ITT BPJSOIAJia. Hatty OMTftftvM ami HerrlgerttKtrs, HaWng twit treat rnn on thme fas parlor snlts of wren pi seven pieces, , we turn onf Attetittoti ttentron i. Jtaiiy to n Will bahy carriage and frtgcrara. Maui 11 tMI them, and no fnotttlf shotjM, tor i nuts, be without them The stock we ills mlnnta. ha wWli rlar wimtcwi the newer style, tm hfst mflkeRRgM tlM lOSTOSt Mlt'W. SM DSJttelltS of otir credit system Are aM at Mm (lu- roai or oaf enelonexs Bnif wnax mviraT yon nave atni dbt w want. That In the rule at RmMfn'f yon I' rami tnr, Carpet Mri Stove Store, t 988 And AM 7t h -treat northwest. Houghton A !. Unpreeettentett In d cement. The cheapen ret Jnst read their bargains I fnrnltnre: t oak bnrean. 1 bedstead, 1 wash f 'nrt, l pair of feather pillow, 1 extra largsi "ak table, t Rne reed chairs, 1 wire mattress -all the serviceable ana itestrable articles, efn1 eretT da, for the small sum of s3 m Again tber offer flchafM and a six root ex tension table for the anfprlslng and nnm-eca dented price of IW.09. And asmln. ctn fnn pare the small mn of J lot ff so. see our 7- tree oak riming ronm mite, It i a daisy, and the rtlee Is almost nominal. W. H. Hnrnirrrm . Co 1st 1M nuw. The National Snfn Deposit Cnmpnny, Cor. lath St. and N. V. Avenue. Storace for Silverware, Jewelry, Lama, Fine Qeod nm vtableof all MM, t'haraei uwHletafe, Sets deaoslt boxes for tent at the rety wwnst . Anlif tt-or-Itmcli. Nw Hats, December W, tM. The AnfaeweerBttfeli Hie a Ins, Asanntaftoii, St. Lewie, Mb..' Oenttemen The aaattito t Fasi Beer lately refetred frewi ytm ler atmiyaia has ta lot) porta by wvtgfct the fetlewtag eempnel tloa: Total seWd extraet 6.990 Alcohol xxio CarbttotoaaM gas 385 Water 88.378 100.000 byatemattc searsa bos failed to enow the presence of any adulterant, and the eompo iHtos h very similar to that of the Dest Beer Muntehaad Vienna. Yours, ete., 8. W. Johnson, Professor ef Chesslstry. Yale College. Washington Draneht Mr attest and Virginia nvenno southwest, FKANKSCIlWAttZ, Manager. These, 3711. Spring I.nmli. FortprlrH! lamb ami Wnthlncton drmted beef Re to J. H. KeUy Nlntb street win, t.'entro Market, and M. L. Market, Klftli and KttreeU. JUSTLY PUNISHED For Inletrnlnc Willi Sir. Itrlll'n Or derly lllialllPl.il Jtetlioiln. John Collnlmn, wliltc, nml John Lucas, colored, both cluneal with aa nITtny, vicru In the Police Court yester day. Callahan had a bad cut on his scalp, several bruins on his face and Lis clothes were beetMltered with blood. He wni drunk on Tuesday ufternoon tind went Into Mr. Charley Ilrlll'. saloon, ami In boisterous tone de n anded a drink. The bartendor re fund to give It to him. whereuton Callahan picked up the silver luo I Itclur from the bar ami threatened to iliiow It nt him. J.ticai.tlm oolnred employe, then at trmpted to put lilm out, and In doing so C nllahan full on the stone sti and cut his head. Judge Miller said he had got no more I utiUhnu'nt than he deterred, and promptly dismissed the case. Ieliu1a fur lbs t'liotlun l'di. A large audlvnce was present last evening at Oonvajga College Hall, on the occasion of the 1'hoclttn prize de bale. The debaters were Joseph F. Hill and Richard D. Wluuatt in the affirmative; Nicholas A. Fitzgerald aid Oeorae C. Hums in the negative. 1 he final coalest for the class medals la elocution was also held. The judges, I). I). Murphy, D. O'C O'Callaghan and C. W. Handy, will make the award of the prises at the comroenoe liitnt.oo June 33. tU-OltlctaU at a neuniuii. The Michigan Legislative Association ct Washington held their first reunion jdterday afternoon and last evening at Marshall Hall. The association Uconi pcbed of ttx tHerabers ami ex officers of the Michigan Iglslatuie and ex Slate ctilcers of Michigan bow residing In 'Washington. The members went down mi tbe steamer Jtelle L A dlaner was trved with Jeuly of good cheer, but no li 8.1s. A trip was made down the river l. fore returning to the city. Juhsaun.niicen. The wedding of Mr. Klmer Johnson and Miss Susk H. Gtoen. a daughter of Mr. John II. Glteen of 701 Fouith street sotthweat, was soUwaUed last eight at Wesley Chapel, tfcst Jtev. C. W. Ustdwin olfieUUnte A ftsesteihw was In Id at the ieskknc of the brio' parenii, and at a htte hour Mr. and Mrs. 1 Iibmw Ift for a Xortkern wedding it e,r On tkeir rrtura they will reside oi TU1 Peurtk strtet X attcKber of 1 oLdsosnts pfeaenU were received. the lVuiblt-a Katura Tu-wutPuw. '1 he KatiosuU KicnciUka, who won piiea and laaue at the Kansas CHy ' tiling ccBlti, will ajrrtve in the city t, mt trow evening. The Whiogtn I-"tit InianUy Cutim has been ordeied to stteamht at their usnoty in full &m uDifosat, with sinkus, at dau o'clock, to welcome the returned battalion The liiizenswill also give theao hearty iieethsg. itui ttutl Jitr U u Ae. Two juwus, who hentd the lesUwuay i a the Pt. BcaJI gifve roij em. utter Uinta)isMI to tkn ag4saftMti ajni tk ' iilntsmj- cjnna to Use foaytiiaifMi linns iLc itnltnitint was not tuitty. The .iLen ttVHigkt tttlerastry, hut as their MtntphaMuckMiBtt for their tench iotf a ronrluijon Judge Wnghaaa dia i. barged thesn. I t Usui fanffefieJ, nU to National l U.atr, will umw tjair IntttMd Kombs -'iMdng evening, Jtja !. An ehtgiint iuwh H be m4, VahMMl Mat. 1 if printers mm4 ttmTumm tmt. Uotg ieindl. a young cakeed Uy, LU h eaajdornd hjr UWw x ttudd, IfV 41 IMntA! IgmgUOMn VtlaanUsnnnUf gggfattT- ts- dJm Irenfvnl as the sw vnr Hen-afctal he wns set to his hmae. No. m Twenty seventh ntceet. - - K. t ogkted to en tactjxahle uise A c iiih ke the yeotyri etnas of Dr. Stunts tu.au ear. a teas, ay hjt nn VsjiVSMawsi hVasv fid- M- Itohwts ktrnmrn involved In -. at that uwsMMt of Third . iitct jlJ Pvn4telvi gveAiW bust uighi li'Auh d- pretty badly in imed .ml UmI tu be ulen to the 'KsiWJ j4Ctti v 11 iiu! fur ' ii'TMOf His aai.iiil ka avl v.t bceu axitited. ahiu9 to timm hUa. kdH'i hwonhtng nu ntriiiT .' be Hhi4 tur cbfldmi JoBtBlBg. tt uuthes the ctvlld, suttons the funis. iUnyn aw tau, t-tue wiaa cwac, ana is tne saaiasy lut 4ts4hinfi She. a hviatht. LOCAL TEAM WINS HRWT niTTWra IS THE LAST IW1JW DOES IT. BRW1E3 MLTiVrORES MDLYBEflTEN TIM vVk Surpritsij ptsr g Meh M Fiited to Kw"WbW: The WsMngton rerjovtsml their tmttirtg eyw yeMerrJny- In (he sixth Inning of the Mm with lira ttnltlmorw, and, before that Innlnr clotetl. httl I lucetl nine runs to their credit on some i f the prettiest hitting that htn been seen here this ewn. Seven hits wer. made, one of them a two-bugger, ami mo errors by the Oriole, which placed the 'ccnl team nine runs to the lietler and gre them wtch a long lead that even that Irrepressible kicker, Tower, w forced Into silence, and lamely sub mitted when the umpire called the game at the conclusion of the Inning. Underwood pitched for the local learn, and held the Jlaltlmores down to three scattering hits, and bad the Welling tons played any kind of a fielding game the visitors would have been shut out. German, who pitched for the vlsltore, was not at nil effective, and was hit freely. Underwood cnrrylne off the Honors in tins respect by making three lilts out of four times at the bat. Jordan made a couple, one of them a two-bag-gt r. and every man on tho team made one or more singles. It was n great batting game for tlio Washington. In the absence of the regular um pire Gleason of Georgetown College officiated. He did fairly woll, al though there wcro several decisions that were not oxaclly right, but which would lmvo made no difference In tho result of tho earne had they bean decided correctly. I'owor gave nnothor exhibition of kicking yesterday that should have Tjeen promptly and ef fectively squelched. Soma of tlinfui days he will run across nn umpire with suillclent backbono and a knowledge of his power who will lino him to tho limit nml then order him out of tho game. That Is tho only remedy for such scnsoless kicking and wrAngllne its l'owcr Indulges in. llo got In a Tut, with Gleason atone point that threat ened to culminate In a fight. He pushed Gleason and that Washington man pushed him, while the umpire stood helpless. He did not iho his rlcht to fine the man, as he should hnva dono. Such met! as Power nre a dis grace to the gutno. The day when luovtbtnilng and threatening carried n point has passed and ovcrv resort to nidi methods should be summirlly stopped. Mack also distinguished himself by threatening to "do" (that was the ruf fianly phruH) ho ued) an Individual on the eiand stand, and big LM. Tate, who Is warming u bench because ho don't know how to ploy, also got Into the wrangle. How It Is that Ilsrnie man ages to get such a tough crowd together nobody knows. He has alwuys had Just such such men, and probably nlways will. ' Little O'llourke made himself obnox ious on the grand stand yesterday by his lotxl mouthed declarations that he knew how to win for Ids team, and I'lleher O'Uuurko got In a muss with Gleason before the game started that nearly ended In a free Unlit. He went out of his way to Insult Gleawn. ami ought to have been knocked down for bis dirty language. Baltimore has cer tainly a line collection of men and toughs. The Washington ami IUItl mores plav again today. Phillips ami Kiddle and linker and Townseml will be the batteries. If the regular umpire falls to show up. Power will be given a list of three names from which to select as umpire. kUNDAY (JAM KB. The Washington Club has decided to Inaugurate Sunday games la this city, ami the first one will be played at At lantic Park next Sunday. There la no law Is this city against ball-playing, so the attorneys for the club have said, and the games will hereafter be played each Sum lay the club is at home. This will be a decided innovation In the his tory of baseball in this city, ami will undoubtedly prove successful from a financial point of view. Protests will undoubtedly be made, but they will not amount to anything, for the lawyers are satia-fied that no caw can be made out against the ball club, although It will probably be attempted. The Arst game will be played with the WilwJngioM. and the novelty of the occasion will probably attract a Urge crowd. KkVOKi IkO UlkCIPUkiE. The Washington CJub has acted on the tuggUoa wade in yesterday's C'yrmr and mm, of the wen have been mil need for their misbehavior. O'Brien has bn deposed froaa the captaincy atd laid off without pay, and set) of the alter Men have keen ined. Hill will succeed O'Brien as tuftsin. The choke is a good one. and i be club dtiskt to do well under his eptahey. ulliven it keeping a sharp lookout for another catcher and will probably secure one between now and Sunday. One Is badly needed, nt Middle cannot do all the catching. ChvevuMer Kat4' Uaelu's. 'Prehistoric Mortuary Uesuains of Meivland and Virginia" was the sub ject of the lecture yesterday afternoon at the Catholic University by the Che valier Htuer U. Reynold. In the uourae of hi reamarks he referred to the Mode of builal among the North Asurkaa nhurieta, which although nMfttly by burial in graves, yet in the segiua surrounding C'heaaaeake riy cremation was ntacticed in a large aunt Wr of cases, boas of the prebistoru, inhabit ants of Maryland and Virginia west buried in caverns and in cysts hewed " ofctUid rock and tu Btuuads. It was citstoBMry tu bury the dead with their feet tuwasus the East- nataaaaafannBaaaM hanf 7antf anantanfianVahtBanV. K new dwwe, L'Aveait, imroduoxl hff frontaiM 11 Wdworth MtUr of Button, was dasveed for the irst time last gight at Sheldon' Academy. The Vtegatet to the Dancins Masters' Cuu vtnanvn enjoyed themselves in uiuaeat km new fcntujwt in the art of duncliuc L'Avenir it a pound dance which iu dude the chottiehc. walu, galuu ul udauet. The wudc U sLirightiy 4nd the Iguret pretty Professor Da.u aUo ioltoduced a new wait u 1 jouioed quoting of the cuuvluUvo will he held to day and to uioriuw at Leh svabo's Hall. Bnhinjore Chaa k tt amsnais to t Matsr tatv, r the is. tt. uu tfrlday of each week dHag June, July and AuguM the haltl autre ait Mha lUHroad wtH mi firnralon ticketa to AUautk i tij , gvtwi tw( on txaiu laartug O. iieiot ilUu cluek aooo ad gww to returu un ui raicular traio tu sad in Hurting tUc fuUumg Tud&ay, at rlc of 8 for the ruuil uif CABLE SYSTEM ON THE AVENUE. Iewple Hfreentlnc CareleM on ventli Street TWi Aeettlent Ywtentay. At IN people become accustomed to the cubfe llm they rc getting more and mwe carelets, and come to the con- chitron that It Is the duty of the grip Hrn to jookmit for them regardless of (hfjir owii safety. It Is claimed that the cable can are rnnning at a rate of speed that onght wot to Be allowed, but at the same time It will be found that, In comparison with the lime mmle In other ettles where the cable system has been perfected, tire tunning schedule mlehl be conshlernWy Increased. Two accident happened at the Penn sylvania avenue crossing yesterday wllhout any serlmts results. Here is a point that carefulness ami discretion ought to be exercised, but beyond this there has licen a demand for a rapid transit line, and the residents of the western section of the city fully realise and appreciate II, as the patronage of the IJeventh-strcet line has demon strated. Ill as an ofllrcr of the cable line said Inst evening: "It Is only n matter of time when we will extend our system, ami If the proper franchise Is granted n line will be in operation on Pennsyl vania avenue very soon." LEMON ELIXIR. A I'lemnnt I.emon Drink. For MltousneM ami constipation, take Lemon Kllxir. For Indigestion and foul stomach, take ltmm Kllxir. For tick nml nervous headAcbes, take Lemon Kllxir. For sleeplessness ami nervousness, take Lemon uuxir. For !os of appetite ami deMllty, take Lemon Kllxir. For fevers, chills ami mtlarta.take Lemon Kllxir. Lemon Kllxir will not fall you In Any of the abovo diseases, all of which iulo from a torpid or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys, bowels or blood. Prepared only by Dr. It. .Moslev, At lantn, (In. SOc. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by drug elsU. A 1'ramlnent Minister tYrlto. After ten years of great suffering from Indigestion, with ereat nervous prostration, biliousness, disordered kidneys and consti pation, I bnvo been cured by Dr. Mozlcy's I.emon Kllxir, and nm now a well man. llov. C. O. Davis, Kid. M. K. Church, South. No. 33 Tntnall si., Atlanta, (la. Klcctilc (las LtRhtlng, J. II. Kuellne. BRIGGS' ET -FOIt- SICK HEADACHE -IN IT8- Henous, Bilious or Congestive Forms, TESTIMONIAL. Ult. IHtOWN.M. D M Wojt Jersey at., Klizabeth, N. J., June 9S, 1SS8. 'fids Is to eertity that I bare used for some months with much satisfaction, the combina tion of remedies, for Headache, known ai I! r !wrs' Headaeho Troches. Tho remedy onree more headaches, especially such a af fect Nervous Women, than anything t am acquainted with, and It this certificate will ho the means ot bringing It to tile favorabto attention 'of sufferers from that trouble,! hall feel that I havo done them a service. U. It, UltOWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by all Druggists or seat by Mall on tie oetpt of 1'noe. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., KUZAIIRTO. N. J. GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY. OF7IUB: 924 Pennsylvania Ave. u. kotesale and MataU Beaton la KENNEBEC ICE, OurWsguits ao tu All Parts u taeCtty, Jacluding Mtwat HaAsant. CALUi-aas, n aad aw. Lock 0t fir the M hm ! JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO WnMinWssIn) JMaSil ButtHH FOnstnlM 111 Adl fid Ceoigi's Ceek Cd, OmCU: 1 St Fa. ave. (Corco-an Building) YARD: Cor. A at. aad 1 1- ave- fftUU-BOHS Oflice, 518-; Yrd, 9: ELY'S CatarrH CIEUM iALM whti) ai i icd i',t the hi.i-hi' i be utsM 1 1 l i ft tu.il!' i!tii.i tho Ucatl 1 .aiai rha: miu- u i . he.!lti -. .. 1 tku. pr It lI (l . BUMuljru: , t iLi. aatti il -tgi trtxn ddJiii u .t cuiil, .. u., .. u , bcis1 th. a i - SfUu; -r.T HAY-FEVER T8Y 1UK el UK. A ortlLk tu &iLUed tot .i u - t il aad i. tgtt: able Pr.ce &U 10 .1 Dru.lat, by xricu si New Vjrk Gnu J U i ht an J Squire PIANO-FORTES. tu tur "MtW AKTb'i IC b I I Ks 'UtlaiuMl la Basiiras J -UUMWft PJCOBATU C AJfT." fittt mm im WM.KKABB& CJO., 7 UaxlMt Snacc. HE tJJRE fovrll IsnnaW' 7' & C The Great Bankrupt Sale -uF HIE MLOR-MnD Which is NOW OPEN, Will Continue for a SHORT XITVCe ONLY, Thereeent fallnre of the largest clothing firm In thet'nlted States has plsjosd tbetr Immense stock In the bands of the trustees, who have shipped $100,000 worth of the best clothing to Washington, to be sold Regardless of Cost or Value. The agents have rented the large four-story bnlldlng, 311 Seventh Street, Below D Street. This Is the Greatest Slanghter of Fine Clothing ever known In this country. The object Is to convert this stock Into CASH within a abort time. Men's Krery-Iay rants, sor: worth Si. netter .(Trade Pants. SI; worth SS. All-wool rants. In Cheviot, Worsted and caslmere, at SI.7S, regular prfea, sa.75. Fine Dress Pants, In thirty styles, comprising Imported Worsteds. Oassmere, t hevtots, fS.75 $S.90, stand: wotth from ?S to StO. Men's Every -Day 8nits, 60; worth 15.50. Detter grade, nearly all vrwM, Sl worth $S.S9. All-wool Cnevlol Snlts at $ 50; worth $l. Kobby mess Snlis. In twntr styles, comprising Fancy Worsteds, CtMvtots, Okesl mere, Tweeds, Ac. , at SS HO and 110; worth S0. Fine Imported Worfteds, Diagonals, corkscrews, Wldo Wales, thirty styles, at Sit and SIS; positively worth JSO or money refunded. We call yonr attention to a number of Merchant Tailor Made Snlts which were made to measure forSSB, s0 and $45. to bo sold at LBSSTHAN HALF I'ltlOK. BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY. Knee Pants from lXc. np. millor Stilts, from 4 to IS years, at 6O0. Large Mne of Mohair Flannels, Serges, FoOceo Silk, Alpaca Coats Hitd Vests. Men's Seersucker Ceets and Vests, forty styles, at SOe.; worm i.o. Bear In Mlndi Everv Carmen! Warranted to be Perfect In Eyer; Respect and of Tilts Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Sl Below D Street, E. L. MITCHELL, Manager. James B. Ltambie, HHRDWHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. THE NATIONAL Safe DepositCo, OF 1VASUINOTO.V. Chartered by Special Act of Congress, JANUAltY 3. 19ST. cnpirnt. - saoo.ooa FOUTHK SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNDElt aUAnANTKE, AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, in its utnioivAK and rinit-rnoop VAULTS, Contained In Its FIKS-PIIOO? UUILDINO, K. & Cor. 15th Street and New York Ays. OPPOSITE O. 8. THSAaiTRY. OFFICE noUtU. 9 A. M. TO 4 P. M. IVI'GILL & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 i: Street Nor III west. The Oldest BstablUbed Prlatlng House In Washington. FACIMTIB8 FOR QBNERAI. JOB WORK UNSURPASSED y ANY ROUSE IN TUB CITY. A SpUal Uao of the LaUst Noretttes la Weddiag Cards and IavtUlioa Daaao Pro graauaas, ata., with Eavvtopss to Matb, Just resolved. LKOAt, WOH1C A at'ECIAr.TV And Every Kind of Book Printing Exaeatad an at Lowust Rates, TELEPHONE CALL.S62 -2. the W- .. i, -tnr- ? CBRES aota k I SK CXKX8. BTKBUNG. MINNSOLA, UOLUMNUILL DXiOTTR Aa4 oa wtH Uway haws baaasitat Braaa Bolls vtA Bateau, wsnlniinlo Banst, tot par Mast stoeat aad Iniltnnii avangs. WM, M. QAL.T A CO. UUTKZJi AM KHMTAVMAXVa. NEW YORK BUFFET, M.W. Beat antt Fnaaat Unsjaw at thn nkf nv nsntjBsi fanaa, fVMM nMTT. WAMUnOfOK, 9, 0. fsam-tj mm4 as Bat nVsf- fltnl ft-ttCAJU. tmutlalor rn i 4jljfrf mmmmtafm. c. tjntv nj ItesnlnASl nv aVMMa. tswasaatag- JUIW'llQMU SCtOf AM FLAN. al.r bTBnMCT A5iU fA At X L W(XtJUitUttt . Frpriol 8 LT PABST BREWING CO., Formerly tho Phil. Rest Brewing Co.. Jlanufacturcrs of BLUE RIBBON, BOHEMIAN AND SELECT LAGER BEER AND THE "BEST" TONIO. Especially Good fur Family Use. Iloneflolal or Weak and Debilitated Persons. R.S.WIDDICOMBE MANAGER WASHINGTON IIUAXCH, TM and 701 North CapttofStreet. TeleplKno 73. apS UNPRECEDENTED ATTRAtTTlONl OVER A MILUON DISTRIBUTED. Lcli Oi li LOUISIANA STATE LOnERY CO. Incorporated by the Legislature for eluaa t tonal and charitable purpontti, and Its f ran chl made apart of (be present State Con itltutlou, tn lrTS, by an orinwuiLMma roro lib Tons. Its ORAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS take place semi-annually (Jane and 1'ereml.er). and IU URAND SINGLE NUM BER IillAWINOS take plaoe In eaeb of the iMor tsBmontbs tn the year, and are at) drawn In publie.at the Academy of Muslo, Iew Orleans, La. "We do hereby certify that we snpervlte the arrangements for all the Monthly aad Seml-Aaaoal Drawings of the LouUtasa State Lottery Co and la person manage and ooa troltbe drawings tuenuelves. aad that the wmeare S4wdueted with boaesty, falraM aad la good faltb toward all parties, and we authorise the Company to ue this oerttSeato, with fae-slmUa oi our signatures attached, ta Us advtiaufiU." Couiiulstlaners. We I be sa4flBl Baaks and Bankers wtll aay all arlae draws (a the LoaMaaa Stale Lot tvttas which nay b ares anted at our ( oBBlers It. SI. MAtJlSLKV, fras. La. Nat. Baak, f. I.ANAUX, fws. BtataNat. Bank. A. HALi)vi, Frwa, y. o. Kt. Bank. caul, uoiin, Frus. Vakm Xat. Bank. GKAVD MOJO-HLY DRAWtXfl wtU take plaie at the Acadaasy of Masio, Baw Or lao. TUBSDAY. JUKI 17. BBS. CAPITAL PRIZE - - $600,000 K0( Tickets at Forty BoUan; HaHas. tat; (laartars, SBk ntcBtas.S6t TweaU- atas, S Fottlaths, JH. UaTOfFBlSaa. lPusEOFtamauia tmum irujiur anuaaiw...., lPBIZlOT BsMMis 1PBIZIQP atsji, srouasor wmm- SPBtZssttr MiaVaM WPBlUSOr MM at SSPBUMOF WaSasa wsKKJiiiap atsasn auefBisBor atsata tMrulBor ArrwtTiiTiflnV Jsumnk anUa PvianW. U SM0 IsbIM awSSSS 5':::::::;::::::::: 13 8BBa1n&:":::::""::::H8B AlBaWK WAKTWI BVBJtYWaUUtg. i aVTaT" 1 -ESS TTT " ' i ttos Clcs Bxas a any turthar toJor- aaauM wrua Montr , uaaer lAnaiiw MixlimM fuu raalilanrn) with nnTy. Sfmst aa4" Mnsaaitr lauca aaarn aufl dla will ha uiund bv yonr tavrhMtiiij; an ansnlopt iaariaa your lull UP?0TAMT. try btttacs aontatolnj Potw ii Ordacs Uiuutd b aiEJasariias or KV York oh(M M. A. ttaVUPHUT, ' naf OrUliu, La. Aiatoass alii'rod Lauan oouUuilux cur hw Idem Intel ukt Kw Qtlaaas, Li. &XBtt&EXl (irlujuij,. ftjul UA la &M hr tha briwUuut Jf aa iaantat an teoaU;thGr)(u. baantAuCaBGslS- tJoM or anonym, iil. Khtunas- Oh BOLIAB u tus wlu of tto sataUatt iSfTnttoTvf 4 tiuEttt iarn7B?WC uydzawtoa'- Aoytuioiaoar aaainacacam fur lass taaa a IX... x. b a swioiLa- &m SEk nnnav nanl nam BBH naa nanl HBal ibbh BaV BBh BaV Main Store, 916 7th Pa. Ave. and GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ 1 . 1 5 and $ 1 ,50. HIKE TE& OR COFFEE IH 10 OR 15 MIH0IB3. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooking Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' GOOD BOARDS, $1.15, SixTn St. and New Yokk Ave. N". W. The Celebrated North Carolina Boards -AT- $1.15 PER 100 FEET, OR Tbta Is tun Lowost Price Good Lumbar has cvar reached, as all old builders will know at ouce. LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlIXER DEALERS IH LUMBER AND HILL WORK. . WHEATLEY BROS., DKALKitS.IN LUMBER AND MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. Corner 7th st. and R, I. ave., Washington, YARDS ) 334i south side Water St., West Washington. MCEL ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. santiaft, ftckaft oi Water Cntis if tti Latest Pfcate. KRT NOUBLTIBS. Attiatlc Praaiin la Gold. Whits and Cold. Ivory, BiMjaa, SUrar, Oak, Charrr, Mania aa ail Bard Wuuds. AUotatha Fluriiuca Laaf. a baUiul as ttU, varr dura Ma and at a YXBY LOW PUCK. Special atteotiou raid to IUaildl( Old f raues aua Furaitam. Weddiss- aod Blrtb.lay FimcxUs. iip T yTHRow awo bc HAt4c0t You cakt jbd. La.v " S hujjt 1 rt That twwk came from Km5Sl1pa fcMs3 "'fTlinaWMnninatt BUT YOUE TETWKS AID IAEITESS m tkvwla tk. K. W , St. Branches, 1221 41 1 7th St. UY THE RT- $11.50 PER 1,000 FEET. ALL KIN DB OP AS next W O0J yUuw' HaU. jtAir,ttuAi)s. - s s- r s -y s s The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest, Double Traek. Splendid Scenery Steel Malls. Magnificent Equipment: In effect May II, 1M0. Trains leare Washlnrtra, from station, cor ner of sixth and flatreets. as follows: Fon riTTSirc and the Wert, CWcsco Limited Express of milinan Vestlhmed cars at 10.80 a m dallr: Past Line, 10 10 a m dtny to Oilnmbns and St. Lon1, with siop1n Tars from ntlsbnrg to Colnmbni; diliy, cxeeft Satnrday, to fhlrafo, with sii-cplon t'arAltoonatol htcsgo. St Lonls.rhiraifo and Cincinnati Express, 3.30 p in dally, rarlor Car Washington to Harrfsbnru and Sleeping cars namsbnrr to St. Loul, Chi jn to and Cincinnati, and IHnlng farllar rlsbnnt to St. Ixnli. Western Kxpre, at 7.40 pm dally, with Sleeping Car Wahlnn tonr to Chicago and St LonH. connirtlnR dally at Ilarrlshnnc with tbroneh Sli.,pars for LonlsTllle and Memphis, raclfln Rt press, 10 00 p m dt lly, for PIttbnrg and the West with thmnsh Sleeper to Plttsburt, and rlttsbnrg to Ctl, iet. DALTIMOWK AND ruTOMAO nAtLUOAD. For Rake, CanandaHrna, Itorhester and Ni agara Falls dslly. except Sunday, 8 10 a m. Fon Erie, Canandalgna and Itoc better dally; for Dnlfalo and Niagara dally, except Sat nrday, 10.00 p m, with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Itochester. For Wim ammuht, Lock naven and Klmlra, at 10. W a m dally, except Sunday. Fon Wm.iAMroRT dally, S SOp m For 1'HiLAPMmtA. New York and Ilia Knit, 7.80. 9.00, 11.00 and 11 40 a m, S.10, 3 1 4 V), 5.40.10.00 and 11.90 p m. On sanriay. 9 00, 11.40 a m.g.10, 3.15,4 30, 10.00 and 11 ao nm. Limited Kxprem of lnllmn rarlor Cars, 9.10 a m dolly, except Sunday. For New York orlt, Limited Express with Dmlng Car, 500 p. m. dally. For FmijlneLrmA only, Fant Kxpres 8.10 a m, week-days, and I.TOpm dally. Express, Sunday only, 5. 40 p m. FonDoeTON without change, 3.15 pm every day. Fon Uroorith, N. T nil through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Ilrooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding doublo ferriage aoross Now York city. Fon Atiantio Citt, 11 40 a m week -days, llopm dally. Fon lUi.TIMons, 0.35, 7.80, 8.10. 1) 00, 0,10. 10.00. 10.C0, 11 00 and 11.40 a m, 13.05,3 10, 3.1 3 30. 4 00, 4.20, 4.80. 5.00, 5.40, 0.00, 7 40, 10 00 and 1150 p m. on SUDday. 0 00. 9.05, 10V), 11 0 am, 4.10, 3.15, 3.30,4.00,4.80,5.00. 5.40,0.00, 7 40, I0.0T M 11 SO p m. Fon Tori's Cnrr.i; Lire, 7jm a m and 430 p m dally, except Hnnday. Fon ARRAroi.is,7.90snd 9.00n m, 13,03 and I so P m dally, except Sunday, Sundays, IJ30 pra. WAsniNOTON sotrrrtErtN kailwat. In effect Mat 11. 1890. Fon ALKXANnntA, 4.30, 0.35, 7,45, 8.40, 0.15, 10A7 a m, 13.01 noon, 8 06, 3.30, 4 !H, 4 55, 0.01, 8.C3, lO.ri and 11 .39 p m. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45, 0.45, 1U.57, a tn, 3.30,0.01, 8.03, and 10.05 pm. ArcovMonATioN ronQcANTtco, 7.45a m and 4 55 p m week-days. 7.45 n m Sundays, Fon HiriiMuM) and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m wook- days. TnAiR. IcaTO Alexandria for Washington, 0.05 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 1 1.07, a m: 1 90, 3.00, 3.50, 5.10. 0,03, 7.03, 0.SO, 10.37 and It 03 p m. On Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07am: 3.00, 5.10, 7.05. 7.39, 9JC0, and 10.37 p m. Tickets and Information at tho office, northeast corner of Thirteenth stroct and rcnnsylrnnta avenue, nml nt tho station, whero orders can bo left for the checking or bagzago to destination from hotels and resi dences. J. i. WOOD, Ocneral Pasicnger Agent. CHA8. E. iron, Ocnetal Managor. Haltiniore nml Ohio Knilroatl. Schrdulo In Effect May 11, 1890. Lcavo Washington Irom xtallon corner of New Jtrroy arcnuo and C street. Fon Ciiicaoo and Nortliwewt, Vcstlbuled Limited express dally 11.30 a m, cxpron B p m. FonCiM'iRRATi, St. Loiiltnnd Indianapolis, pxiress dally. 3.30and 11.30 p m. Fmh l'ivrsniutinmt Cleveland, express dally O.son. m and 8.40 n m. run I.eximoton nml points In the Stioaan donh Valley. 11 30 a in. Fon inciikiitsh ami way Stations 13.30 p m. Fob Lvhat tS 30 and 8.40 p m. Fnn IIaltixore, week ilavs. 4.0', 5.00, C.3), 7.a, 7.S0, B.OO, 8 W, l 30 (11.00, 13.00, 4Vmln uteO n in, 13.10. 3.15, 3 50, f 15-mlnutns) 3 15, (t& minute) 35. 4.30, 4.30, 4. Si. 4 ). 3.30, 0.00, 0.13, 6 30, 7,30, 8.35, 9.50, 10. , and ll.W pm. Sundays 4 05. 7 30. 7 30, 8.30, 9.30 a m.. 113 (0,45-mlnutes) 1.10, 3.15, 3.50,(l5-mlnutes) JJ5, 4.0, 4 3. 4.W. (IVmlciutei) 0.U0, 0.13, 0 3l. 7.10, 8.38. 10.SO. Il.tO pm, Fur Way Mavidns between Washington and i altlmoro. a.ev, 0.36.8.x a m, 13 lo,3J, 4 31, 6), ll.oJTp m. &undayi,8.30 a m, 1.10. 3 3ft,4 8,0.i, ll.oop.m Trains leave Iialtimohs for Washington week dar. 5.0P, CHI, 030, 7 15, 78J.80J 8 30, 8.35. 9 30 and 10 30, 10 35 a m: U. 10, 1.1)0 3.10, .0, 3 SO. 4 13, 5 fO. 6 U0, 0 . 7.00. 7.30, 8.30. 8.10, 9 00, 10.10. 10.30 and 11 Ot) p m. hundayt, 0 30,7.15,8 sc.s 35.931), 1030,1035 a m; 1 .00, 1 05, 3. 10, 3 30, 4.13, 5.00, fl.SO, 7.00, 1JU. 8.30, 8.30, 10.10. 10.30 and 11.00 p m Fon Annaiolu. fl.Sftond 8,10 a m, 13 10 and 4.10 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4 at n m. Liare Annapolis 8.10, 8.30a m, I'.'.OJ, 3.V) pm. (.unduys. 8 30am. 4 00 pra. For uTATioNa ua the MtropolItan Ilrancb, UJ0. 8.30 a in, II IS p m. For principal stations only, tlO.Wa in., tl SOandti pm. For Hockville and Way statl.isn, tl 33 p m. FokOaithsmiimi'hu and Intermwllate points. t(0. JIOPU, tll.00 a in, tlAU, t3.U), 'S-SS, 19.48, HO 00.411 00 pm. FoHlknu'naml intrmetllate stations, 7.00 pm. Chvrch train leaves Washington on Sunday at 1.15 p m, stopi lug at all stations 011 Met ropollian Ilrancb. I'ou Pdeiuri! k t.30 18.30, U.30, tll.30 a m, tl.15. tS 80. 1I0diu. For 1Iaoehtow-n, 1 11.10 a m an.1 13.30 p m TuAifc arrive (rum Chicago dally at 11 15 a m and 4 10 p ra: from Cincinnati and St touts daily 3 Sua maud 3 05 p in; irom I'lttsburg 7.10 a in, 5 50 p m dally NEW YOIIK & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION For New York, Tree ton. Newark, and Eliza beth. N. J . 4 0, tSAO, U.t). U.00a. m.. 4.50, 4.50and109 p. m. Iluffel Parlor Caw on a'l day trains. 614ug Car 00 tha W 0 p. m . opn at 9 CO p m Foal'MiLAUurHiA. 106, tiCP, 10,(V), 120) Hoou, 3 50, si.50, HIS and 10.30 p. m. Fou Nkwahk, Dsl Wilnlaa-toa and Chester, l.6VtSlla.m. sl308uXMi. 3.50,l.50, 15 and ).) p. 10. Fok ikTumtwiTe point between Halllmoro atd I'hiladaipUa,ti.aOaad730a.ia.tuio, 1.50 p.m. Tyaiiis laave New York for Washington, ' 00, til 30 a m, z.M, 3 38, '5.0U p m. and . bight. Trains Io.vb I'Uladelphla for Washington, 44,sis,wu,ii.a a , tl w ui. 5.55. 7 lapia Foa Atlantic City, '105 a nand U 00 m. tKxcept auaday. Daily. Sunday niy Itsavsge culled for and checked ftota ImMcU aad reUlu; by Talon Trnsfer Co. oa orders lelt at tlokat uOoas. 819 and liJl Fa ave. and at daeot. J. T. OUBLL. CHAK. O. aCt'LL. Cru Manager. Uea FnJ A t ChesapaaKa and Ohio Railway. tinicpp f Bcnwiaui in eject ROUTE MartbilsiU. Trali:!) icam Valou Daput. Mxtb aud B street;,. lo.i" a m tur Newport New, O.J Foint Cumiurt and Norfolk dally Amivoiu Old Folui at ti 10 p m. and Mi.rfolk at 0 W i tn, li it n m Cisouuiati lUvreM. 1j! y for ttatiuBS iu Vlrgiala, Wast Vlrgsala. Koat ty and e iiLCluaatL VeUbale slaoper tUivuu without chauaw 10 Claiilnastl, arrivUig at 7 u U.10 p tu-. V. Y Veatlbnla Llmitad, dal!y aoud train with diuias aars run ttu-ouu wiinutti ehaanst to tlnniaaaH VutibuM Mas per tor Lasintrtoa and tmlvlUc full asaa car ara ovaa to saoatva paaMutfets at IlsS u. at. 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