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THE DAILY ClUTK :IDAY" EVENING, .TUNE 13, 1890.
Tim Daily Critic 9ITY BrJStilAM. ISMly Owl llrtees atit KetTla'erntOia, Mrtlttff had great ran on tfcwe pr'.or mtt of seven piece, we tnrfl onr att jteccn, we inro onr ninimi f o oaoy rarriaee nun rein refrleeratrtrs. Wany faintly thenM, for a n Wie ttoek we dts- will warn t rrcm, ann no i tntante. he Wtthnnt them Bfayemnrace. ine newer "tytee,, iw n.i mSeeBeild the lOWdt prtoeS. TtW bensnts of ewr credit sTstem are sdwafsat the dls powi 01 hot iweisjinyTS. rwetwteej ihius, waat. TSif lwe nrte Rn3wnrnrril tnrevraMet and Steve stores, at MB and ! 7i n rre nonm Itonchtmi . Co.' Unpreevttenteri In rineetnnnt. Th ehearet yet .Tn.t read their bargain In Farnttnre: I oak bureau, I rwd'rtead, I wah 'tand, t pair of feather pillow.. I extra large oaktaote, t fine reed chairs, 1 wire mattress all these serviceable and desirable article., oefat every day, for the mall n of t f. Again they offer s chair aad a Mx foot ex tendon raws for tnesnrprljne and nnpfere deafed price of Sio.f. And aealn. rsn yon epart the small ram of I0 If so. we onr 7 otece oak dining rmn nlte. it t a daly. and the price I almct nominal. W. H. HorewTon A Cgv tSU lttSFirt . W. The SValfniml Safe Dep9.lt Ihmipttny, tSar. tftth St. and N. Y. Avenue. BwwajaB .sar ByverwaTe. Jewelry. Leeee, Free MM awl rwtaatMes of all kin, itmn JseweTete. Safe deposit hose for real st tn wry lowest rates. Anhenrllmeh. tttw Hxmr, Deeesafxsr 15. 1991. The AftewaveT-Bweea Brewing Aaaaaiattoni owwa8aaaar",T seaside of Fanst Beer lately received freta yea tor analysts has la MM parts try wefcrht the rettewlBg otmpost l ton! Total nM eitraet t,m AleewM. ....... ..,..,...,. , $jo Pari nan aofct gas 5 Water JD..17S we oat) hrMeaaaUt Mtnh aM Mtledto show the Dfaiaaeeet any atttrttefaat, aad Uwewnpo etthm to very rtattlar t tat of the Beet Deer Mmileti and Vleaao. Voars, ete,, 8. WWofliMOM, rurfwmr ot Cfcembtry. Yalo Ctolloco. ylhlaate Urnaeh: Fir street aaxl Vlrxtata areano southwest, FKANKSCnWAHZ. Mnawr. Theae.Tfll. Hl'rlnc '.amt). Far sprtaw tajab aad Wahlaslon ttre4el beereo.to J. K. Kelly. Nlath atreet wlntt, Ceatre Market, aad N. t. Market. Filth and btl treeu. COLORED CITIZENS INDIGNANT. Denounce (he Pollen for Allowed HI' Treatment f Tlmlr llnce. AnoUier breny Imllgnatlon metln(r wa liekl htet ovening by the oolorml rit'plv, growing mil of the alleged a "ault of Otllcer Dean upon certain col crttl etllMM. The (lcmooatnttlcm was diicctctt, liul the btutal iim of the tlubt and tbc nippra by the oltlcera of tbe police ffc. Among thoee who idm1 renutrki were Icbn W. Cromwell, Attorney Hewlett, Ii I. Hiritin, lUv. Mr. Jounton awl Gcoigc It. Arnold. There teemed to It a Resentl upUtou that the sentiment Matagaliut Hie colorwl man, ami reaa lutiOM were adodel oomleumlnf the actios of the oMhHtra. It km alo reaolretl to call a public meeting, la which all the reprawntu tire coHKeil men of tbit city will be akcU to partlclnate. A committee v?m also appointed to visit the ConimU afonera and agree upon some date for a public meeting. The rhlllor c Home. lite Mloiieaota editors who have I ecn eoJojIuR thenwelvea here for that pt three ilays. left for home at 3 o'clock thU afternoon via Baltimore and Ohio Kailroftd. They will make a sboit atop at CbU-ago. "V eaterday they went to ArlingUto and the Soldiers' Howe, awl lunched at the residence of Senator Washburn. The Senator made a speech of welcome, and a fear remarks were wade by Senator Pierce of North Dakota. A called meetinic of the edl totial deJegatiM was held last night In red parlor of the KbWIt. A memorial to CoacrcM was adopted asking the pas sage ottbe Senate bill for the enlarge ment of the Sault Ste Marie locks and canal aad rtaproremeoU of Hay Lake channel. Also resolutions of thanks to the Mlnnawta delegation in Congrats, to SseweUry Window, Messrs. fTureh aadOtbteoT the Kbbitt, the Washing ton press aad others for courtesies ex tended. JnieaUcuUBj; Church Truile4, An extract from one of the colored papers in thU city charging the truateea of Aabttry Church with misappropriat ing auiBer was the subject of discussion, at a meeting of the Keform Club held last might at Mount liana Church. The ceieluatoa was reached that the charges wet grouadkMa. It was also staled that recent develop ments go to show that there have been other mosMryed traatacUoa on the part of the trustees with a certain ml wets Is and aveey broker on F street, involv ing hundreds of dmllws, which wen uawaiiajatcd- - A Nrfass hUtrtet. Wiilisw B. Gardener, a well kn.wa liasoa, was buried yesterday afternoon at Cnagroailoaal Censetery The re nudos wore esoatie4 to the grave by n Mahajr Cnmaninhiry. No. 4, the Chapter aad AmcooU Blue Lodge, fie was a ressdeot of Aaacoaita ana a prossijseat florist He was a brother of . C- Gaidener. the grocer of fit? street southeast. The funeral was said to he the targets that fee ever tressed the Navy-Tut Bridge for the pkat forty yean. TTtyraawert was only yeelaf. , fcWW'W, VWPVMi., sack neaaaehe, and all itlt of tbe Msec wad stomach, lake U. Fierce' rttaeta Purgative IVieW genile laaa- utcer aestve casaaruc, awowme to slxe t dot. Waie 4reesd Hia V Uiensjt a raminea thiax toaeentea wsJJk upaed atesre the sUeet in theU WtlhM BhMle, who in the eendov of the Govera fef a ftuasber of yean, and was dantWawJ fliisMMneaWL VnOTJaTaMwtrti wAlB evtat be jKkdng drunk He wee bucked 1.1 attheiecoad Fwchact euoioe on a .i apt of being dUmderlv. and he will bu te to eais tu Judge fefiuef why he td as he did- ke laolel imperial, VlaUhl W Milijij.nl n seatfe, mm eoee d iua evtuiutf, Ju. Ui l wUl W served. ) It. A IftAjod fteat. a-,g tf her hUi. waVe sesBthjar d ;ed or had a fch. kU atoke fiooi b Shortly altefweirt Isateowve h . w ynawttd mm 4- , whu a u u c.F ffeeMff hat eal. aad, he b ' . i-t i-w uost ti U, he w - v n i ike vceiker (o keep ual Tu si ijuik ifvtuei Vienee Ceoiut BASEBALL GOSSIP wrr GROtJfm rRKvtxTRn the STHWULM OAMF, THE JEW, GOES tfWAY Off A TRIP DMiwfe WUl Pitch TBiK Mty B "tWHII IfMf&tn mWSOf) M4 iB ilw M. The rain ttm Just before the hwr fur ttatthtl tire fittweyetMWltry wMmf-fk-Mit fa canee Me fwetprjaewtent on m toimt of the romlltrofi of tke grotimle Theregtilar nmrdre wnimit present, cither, and the inanwrer thcWht ti would be better nol to attempt to pla ; and have the game be a repetition of the two previous ones. The spectator were considerably disappointed, Mlbe? anticipated an ctrltlne; name. The erovnl wm cowafdentbly larwertlmn on either of the other days, awl up to the time for calling the game It constantly Increased. Itefore the rain lbunle declared he would ot play unless a regular umpire was present, ami had It not been for the sboner the local team would have won an easy victory through the refusal. The entire trouble between the clubs on account oi the absence of an umpire was biwiRht about by a mistake In the ptlntetl schedule. Corcoran should have been here to umpire the game, but the schedule which Secretary Braden furnished him called for his services at Hartford instead of here, as was In tended. Mr. llraden was absent from Jersey City, visiting a sick relative, and knew nothing of the trouble regarding the nonnllondnncc of the umpire here. The messages which were sent him, both by Manager Sullivan and 'Jamie, consequently remained unanswered until yesterday, wiion the matter was adjusted by Mr. llraden. Barnlo got mad over the situation and made a formal request for Corcoran's dismissal, based on his supposed de reliction of duty, but when ho learned that the trouble arose through a typo graphical error, he withdrew the re quest. ' It seems strange that such an Im portunt schedulo as that of the umpires should be allowed to be printed wrong. Seorotary Uradon has the revision of such matters and he ought to have detected the error nnd corrected It. Thon, nsnln, when he left bis home to visit sick relatives he ought to have left directions te where messages should be sent him. lbal he did not do It argues a dorellc lion of duty on Mr. Jlrnden's part, and at his door must be laid the responsi bility of the trouble which hat oc cm icd. Fo far in the series with Baltimore ilic local team has split even, winning Ihtceof the six games played. It ha ouiliettcd the Orioles, and beeu out fleldid, 1ml Its work altogether has been decidedly belter than that of Bsrnle's men. The Washington Club left this morn ing for Newark, where It Is scheduled to play two game. The New Jersey team is In pretty bad shape just at present ami Sullivan's men ought not to tiavc much trouble In defeating It. Daniels will pitch to day and his tenure of service with the club depends a great deal on the game ho put up. Ne lost his speed during the Baltimore games, but Sullivan docs not think the amMcllon Is permanent, and will give him another trial. If he does not pitch well, which, of course, doo not mean he ruust win the game, he will bo given his release, as the sentiment of the management U against carrying dead timber. It is probable that another catcher will be signed shortly, as lllddle U uoable to do all the work. For the present, and until O'Urlen Is restored to Ids position, Bird will playseeood, and I nderwood. when be Is not pitch lag. will play rleht Held. Underwood wems to be a better, and he will be used in the Held on that account. WIUIIMOTOX'a KKCOHl). The UU-enders in the Atlantic Asso ciation have eclipsed all Its previous records by defeating the Newark team la three successive games, It has struck a streak of good playing that promises to better Its position very ma terially aad pitt it up among the other clubs, so that the reee may be more even. Ik yesterday's game. Andersen, who is still under contract with the Phila delphia National Leaeue Club, pitched for the bone team with the content of Colonel John I. Itogera, ami when his ten days' release notice expires be wilt sign with Wilmington. If he plays In the Atlantic Association Manager Trott of the Newark Club threatens: to pro teat yesterday's game. Trott, however, is likely to take no such action, and be offered Aademoa $38 a month to sign with ike Newark. The offer was re fused. Anderson wffl plUlragefaMt the Baiihwote to day, and Stern will he pet in sgainst the tense club to morrow IWIaUlY'fiLOnMty. Tlw Autoarut Wrtt4 uf lit KNeeM r Tm Much K4U1C- UUer NiWJUau tt AUwU.. I have a t kture hanging in nty library , a itahograah. of which many of say reati ers way have keen copies. It repseseets a gmyhaited eld book-lover at the top of a long tight of step, he nads him self ia clover, so to week, tunuag rare old edWeae, books he has longed to look ufbB aad never seen before, rarities, precious old volumes, Incunabula cradle books, printed while the art was la its infaaey ig glorious iaiaacy , for It wee born gsMt. The old bookwot ia hi so leeoticesed with the sigh aad handling of the Micesee trcasnrea that he " beat so put one uf the voluntas hack after he bee taken it frae the aheti So these he eteniie -oae baoe oaee In his heads, a volume unties each arse, aad eae or nseee between hie teg loaded with as away as ha can possibly hold as she aaene daie. Now. that Is just the way ia whkh the esirease fotss of boo hunger shews iaaelf ia the reader, wlsose appelate has heeoaie over developed- Be wants to read so saaay hooks that be ovensaau hsaeeett with the crude ateteriaU of Iwuwledge, which becoeae knowledge oal v whea the sjaeaiel iJjLrTitloa has tiaie to niimiisie taeaa 1 neve tin o lat that faasous "Corner Book sHote" and look over the aew books ia the row tu tor aw a I eater the door, without cc ing heaT a doze wekb I want to read or at least to know MrtwethJiag about 1 ceeaoi eatpty say ours of Its cou teat aad crowd amy hook helve with all these voluwes. The UtWs uf uumv of theta sntecest ate. I look iato one ui I have inweHmei peeked up a liuc of a seafeace ia these ouuseatary guuM.es betwceo the uacut leaves of new book bkh I have never forgotten. As a uiviJ but bee iaW cieauple, uue da 1 opined 4 buoe oa duvUlag. I uweiaer oaiv theoe wusd CuoAervoo ie eette aotie tasHniOoa." 1 had aecer below seen duelltag called a aoble Insrwittjan. and I wuh rhad ukea the aaate of the txvk Book Uoiia U aot uxtforly profttlcM, but It i vc iy stimuhtlni an 1 makes one hunsrrr for more than he needs for the aourtshnsent of Ms thlwk Incnarrow. To feed (his Insatlahfe rttrnen the 9b strarts, the tevlews, do tnelt bwt. Btit these, again, have grown o mitrterotn and so crowded with matter that It Is hard lo flftd time to master their con letrts. We are atcuttoned, therefore, Kb look for analysis of these period! cars, and at last we have placed before us a formidable looking monthly, the Heiim of Rertev. After the analyst" cm mw the newspaper notice, aad there Is still room for the epigram, which sometimes makes short work with all that has gnwe before on the same sub ject. It Is Just as well to recogntre the fact mat u one stroma react nay aim night confining himself to Ms own language, m conw not pretend to keep f wfth the press, lie might as well try to race alocorrmllve. The first dfsclrdlne there fere. Is that of despair. If you could stick to your reading day awl night for fifty years what a learned Mm you wonkl become long before the half century was over. Well, then, titer Is no use In gorgtne one's self with knowledge ami no need of self reproach because one h content to remain more or less Ignorant of many things which Interest his follow- creatures. We get a a-ootl deal of knowledge through the atmosphere; wc learn a good deal by accidental hearsay, provided we have the mordant In our own consciousness whleli makes the wise remark, the significant fact, the Instructive Incident take hold upon It. After the stage of despair comos the period of consolation. We soon find that we arc not so much worse off than our neighbors ns we supposed. The frac tional value of the wisest shows a small numerator divided by an infinite de nominator of knowledge. liar Hlilce Will 0en on Saturday, June II. Trains will leave Washington on weekdays at OilR a. m., tfSU and 4i80 p. m. On Sundays at9i5a. m.t 1:80 and 8:15 p. tn. r9eu gers can take the steamer at lty Itlilrc, connecting with morning trains, on the pirineiit of ten cents, and secure a de lls lilful sail up the Chesapeake ll.iv. Deer Is a good drink, None better than Bol-ctt Former's. The Custom of Lllltnc. m CAemter'r Journal. An old custom formerly prevalent In many parts of England was that of "heaving" or "lifting," mostly per formed in the open street. People formed into parties of twelve or more, and from every one "lifted" they ex torted a contribution. There Is said to be a record In the Tower of London of certain payments made tn ladles and maids of honor for taking King Edward I. In his bed at Easter, whence It has been presumed thnt he was lifted ac cording to the custom which then pre vailed nmong all ranks throughout the kingdom. It Is the talk Robert I'ortner's Vienna CaMnet lleer. BRIGGS -ron-SICK HEADACHE -IN IT- Nervousi Bilious or Congestive Forms. TBSTUtONIAL. L. It. DROWN, J!. D SSWtHt Jersey at,, KusAKtvu, N. J., Jime 99, 1W. TttU U to cortlty that I have uwd for soae months with maeh witUfaetloo. the eonWas tkw or reBMdlet, for neadashe, kaawa as BrbK' HeadaslM Troebes. The reawdy eurfM more bead&ehes, espeelally iwoli maf feet NervotM Woajea, than aarthlM laai aeqBftlated with, aad It this eeruneate wilt be the bmsbi ot brwueg It to the favorable attention 'of safferere front that troaWe,! shall fe that I have done them a aerriee. L. It. BROWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sow by all Oruaetsts or seat by Mali on Be eel pt of frtoa. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZABETH. N, J. GOOD COOKING. Al) who dtlrw good cooklax In their houses should use UEBIfl COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF. A slight addition ivas ieit strength and lliivor lu Suuuj, Saucts auil 3Iatle I)islie,s. flee uouad Is o(aal u forty peamls ot leu beef, ui tke value ot aboat J7 Je. fiouuiuv ouly ullli fue-sliutle or J ton I.lebijr'it itluuluro lu IjIiiu iuk uoroit the lubl. GREAT FAILS ICE COMPANY. ornct 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Wkoieaale and aetail fftri'tn lu KENNEEEHEO IOES. oes waauae no iw Mi Mete l the JSy. Iy ffj tiTst sHseeaat- iAUSm. m aed ste- 11 U kteWt Waft! JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO WaVdaMwVsaS aVBat BaStaail OVwUstfa) 111 Ulwaliat law GttWft'S oleai UAt OrriCg. ttai fa. ve. (CurmiM aVisuael YSJU) tur. A t Qil Dei. j.v TkJLW UUM( Odu. illt-i, Vri. i:. ,i : dati U i j, t s..l S-are PIANO-FORTES. bH.UdJ ill .ui l. I . ,uii- i- lutltod Ij t.1! ' W Akl'Utl'll TVUb -SSSSm DcouTivg a." tettObeeMd neaueat all Mw, $47 Market Seace. HE H TROCHES KWMWk bF The Great Bankrupt Sale F NE TAILOR-IBE Which is NOW OPEN, Will Continue for a SHORT TIjW;B ONLY, The raemit fallnreof theta etntMnr tmmeimi atnek In (he tmnd of frartees, ctenmir to washhurton, to be sol' Regardless of The aeent have rented the larie fem-sterv 811 Seventh Street, Below D Street. 7M 1 the 6reaet Slsnehter of Plneflfthln ever known ht tht eetnttty. Hut object is to eonvert JSKMnra rato uabu witnm a soorinaie. - - Mn. MMMk.l tl lll HlWI, I tAM Men's Bvery-bay rant. nOc-worth SI. All-wool rants, In t-hevint. Worsted and Fme Dress rant, in ihfrly stftes, i nevjors, ?v 75 jt to. ana w: worm irora Mob's Ktery Day Suits. $.; worth rnrth t&tn. Alt-wool C herlot Snlti at WSO; wtwth $H iVnMtv OnaM Hnl I. In twentr slrlM. laere. Tweeds,, at SO and HO) worth $W. ... Fine Imported Worsteds, Dlaeotmts, corkserews, Whle Wates, tntrty styles, at SIS and 115; pojlflvely worth $0 or money refunded. We celt your attention to a nnmber of Merehaat Taltor Made Suit wMeh were mseerenrtassre forJSS, tw sW 3tTe sold at LBeSTltAN UADP 1'IUCE. BOYS' ANO CHILDRER'S CLOTHIIIG III LARGE VARIETY. Knee Pasts from ISe. ni. Sailor Fnlts, from 4o is year., Irue Llaenf Jtolmlr flannels. thdVetg COfttt And Vete Jlen's Seersucker Coats and worxn i to. Bear In Mlndi Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect in Every Respect and of This Season's Production, T BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Si, Below D Street. E. L. MITCHELL, Manager. James B. bambie, HHRDWKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. THE NATIONAL Safe Deposit Co OP WASHINGTON. Chartered by Speelal Aet ot Ooeirre. JANUAUY !N, ItSr. CJtPITKU - - aaoo.ooa TOKTUK SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNDEK OUARANTBE, AND TUB RENTING OF SAFES, IN 1TB IlURaLMl AND FiaS-l'IlOOF VAULTS, Contained In tu FIHK-rNOOP BUZLDINO, N. E. Cor. lSthStrMlasd New York Ave. OPPOSITE 0. B. TREASURY, OFFICE HOURS. 9 A, M. TO tP.St. M'GILL &.WALLACE Printers, 1107 K Nlreet NortliMOl. The OWsst Bstahlisked Prhstles fJouw (a Wasbiagtoe, PACIUTIB6 FOR GENERAL JOB WORK UNSUHI'ASBKD UY ANT HOUSE IN THB OITT. A Speelal Uae of the Utest Nereitiet ta Weddieir GafcU aad IarttaUee Daaee Pre KKMKoes, etc., with EaTeeopes to Hatsb, Jtutreeeivad LKOAI. IVUKU A HfKOIALTV And Every Kind of Book Prlatiw Eiecttted an at Lowest IUte TELEPHONE CALL. Ui 2. IsBtBiUbi. bTElUJKb MliiNSoLA liULLiL U1U. B'XiOTTIt Aad you wtll aiwrs have kesauial iiceax -ll-i flaJ Laaiee crrluJ-t QaibS- asnaaT sec Mt sesset aad rnalaaa aseeae. WU. M. SALT & QO, NEW YORK BUFFET, wa teamt WSSaW V. w aett seat Paseet Uwsess In tat olty. lav IsJaeat M.. i&nlMLUL taaaaieaot- wnwaswsHnr f" 'weaw' "SCiaa1 as, WieMUMaOaaML ft. C Aaawasa feanwai MeUMT awawawaawawsawawawawfttea. '"ew T;aww awTej wswaawsawawnwew''"" -pssaSnSSKwpn NH ItMaaiaMIINLiw w'ewinnwe' eeejaa ejBnasa a aaBva a nw . MyMUej. IspW' J(n? ypsafaewei VI tu i tyn'T jtffl -;. sale of awanaaist est- ftMaae, aVaWMteV PLak. SlTsl TJST SJSLU Pa. IV c L Vttk&KRK Piayfurtol S1 I CERES JIM COT Arm In the Hall who hare shipped St Cost or Value. bnlMlne. Better .ffrme rants. Si; worth ft. CaMllnere, at St.TS. recnlar priee, SkV romntltnf trsitiort' en wnrsiessi whhbiuu. so to jto. S1! SO. Betti Better erade, nearty alt weedtH pmnnrlln Fanar WnrrteitS. Oherfots. ft- at SOc. Serges, Ponseo Silk, Alpaea Vest!, forty styles, at 660. .... B Formerly the riitl. Best DrewInsCo., Manafaetnrers ot BLUE RIBBON, BOHEMIAN AND SELECT LAGER BEER AND THE "BEST" TONIC. Bepeetally Good for Family Ue Ileaea'elal or Weak and Debilitated PoreoM. R.S.WIDDICOMBE JIANAGER WASmNOTON BRANCH, 7W and 705 North Capitol Strcwt Telephone 878. ap8 UNPHECEDKNTKD ATTHACTIONI OVlt A IILUON DISTRIBUTED. Lcli u. L.I LOUISIANA STATE LOnERY CO. laeorroratedbytbe Lefflilatare for etlaea tlonal and obarttable purpoM, aad Its Irau eblse made a part of tbeprerait State Ooa .tltutloa, in ins, by an OTiawurLmsa rore Liu TOTE- Its GRAND BXTRAORDINART DRAW IKOS take place seaU-aBaaally (Joae aad Deeessber), aad lis OKAND SINGLE NUM BER DRAWINGS take plaee In eaeb of the other tearaeatfcs In the year, aad are all drawn la public, at the Academy of iirnie. New Orleans, La. ''We do hereby oertlfy that we MaervUe the arraBseaents for all the Moatmy and eed-Atwai Urawlua of theLouUUaa State Lottery Co and la porsoa nunaao aad eea trot the drawlas tbeauelviw, and that the .aateara ooodaeted with honesty, falraM aed la oeod faith toward all parties, aad we awl home the Ooepaar to um tbU oertlteate, wUh lasrfthsUes of our lguaturM atiaebed, blU aurertUeBMets." v&mg0 L'ouiuil.lour. We Ike ndwlgsw4 Baaks aad Bank aw will iwy aUarfavas drawn ia taw L Mnaa StaUaLolteMss which may be presented at oar coeetess. u. ar. wauislkv. Pros. U. Xat hUak. 1. LANAUX, Pres. State Nat. Bank. A. HAl,mriJ, Pnt. N. O. Nat. hUak. JAW. KOUN, n. Union Xat. Beak. fiRAND WOkiTHLY BKAWIsia wltl take vlii.0 at the Mtnmmr or Munic, Hew Or leaua. TTBSDAT. JUKE IT, tsM. CAPITAL PRIZE - too.wo TkkeU at Yorsr Bollan; Halves. UaTOFMUBBk, lPKUBOFtekXawhi u 1PBI3BOP mmis lPBiziop mSm. . lPBJscor teres is a PBUBS OP amatt aaa Hrlll WM mtvSmta aware ffumimiea Pataas- 3 jM gaJMtMtaf ftawMataaw- Iwawawanwl SBSSaS:": ::::::... ::..:'mm MMt Wawea. lawewtaw te M.mM9 tSMSm WAkTWtt IVaYWaVBIU. Quva Bases of .say fnrtket laior ee wsse leawssj so tee nswav- ivtkltju. Au'littkBia. wish 8. aSS STmSSSr' awSSkie aa eavetooe tearlae yoar lafl m UtPOatVawT- at. A, asVUtHilN, Haw tkdeaiu, La IkwMered Letters Queuing etr BBawV wanjasaBwawBae apsvHasswsBBB seaawawssef aew Orleans. Ls- tkat the newisex of hi KeHilUB T KW 4 a maw utuhmu, aua w i at ue ptvaieeat or aa oagpHpow .riai u. t oeaxve, uiwwuw, waapasaoiu ion BOIXA R 1 lh but or Taction uf a. atslufmKmWmTvM ta say exawwe Aaytuiac la ear aanst (ot less uas a Du: a-- 'i a swlosU. Tesaas BnBBBJr rr' anarss anVawnV' aaannnnl nana nawl a j ART-DEALER- Main Stor, 916 7th Pa. Ave. and GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ 1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50. HAKE TEA OR COFFEE IH 10 OR 19 MINDTES. 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 SA-LE BY THE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest; GOOD BOARDS, $1.15, Sixth St. and New York Ate. N". "W. The Celebrated North Carolina Boards -AT $1.15 PER 100 FEET, OR r $11.50 PER 1,000 FEET. This Is llm Lewost Price Geetl'Lumber lias ever reaehed, m all old builders will know at once. LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLLER DEALERS III LUMBER AND MILL WORK. WHEATLEY BROS., nBALBR$;iX LUMBER AND MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK, Corner 7th st. and R, I, ave., Washington. YAKUb 3034. south side MCEL ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Enfmisfc, Ekkep at Wan Cast it Latest Ptntafat, KRT NOUBUTIBS. AtttsUc FranUae io Gold. White aud Ould, Ivmry, sUmiu, bUrer.uak. Cherry Maele aad all Hard woods. 'Alsuis the PlurcMe Leaf, tu hseuUfiu a uohi, vwy durable aad a a 'U WVtVKS SoecUl sttcatloo Mkt to BeelUUas Old Piaaues aua Vtunitare. Weddlu mid Birthday PraswaU. I njWaff f iWeiow amo ne Mareol You cakY y.A Hawawa&aSL WUKT '" m 1M jffCr ""-SBHl naaw - ' l'!r'flA"rtMri'r-i rt S&-1 v-yffl UriESS 'avt .'awawawaJTVdrKjBswsP'iB ' eSr JjEBKUft MmPomtm J.. 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Tratos tears Washlwtton, from ststio-i r .,r ner ot Sixth and Bstreets, as follows To Prtrssraa and the West, Chlcseo Lim t e4 Bxptess of rntlman Vestlhnied ra'-. ar K.a m dally; Fast Line, 10 V) a m dilr to CkHnnbui and St. Lonls. with Slecpinij Cars from Pittshnrf to Colnmbn., dnl'y, except Satnrday, to chicaeo, with "sic npin? car AltoonatotBicago. 8i.Loi,c'hiteo and tlertonetl Rxonxs, Jio pa dai!r. rartor Car WasMntton to Ilarrlsbnrir and Bieeplae Cars Ilarrlabarf to 8t Loni, ev ragoalM Claclrtnafl. and Pining car liar rtsrinrjrto 8t. IxnH. Western Sxprt;, at T.40 p m dally, with sleeplne Par. walilni tons; to Chicago and 9t. Ixnl, conni-ftinit daily at natrtsbnt with throneh Sl("peri rot LoBhrMHe and Memphi Pof, nt press. M Onpmdilly.foTPltt.huresTiitthe west, with thTtmeh Sleepsr to Plttsbj', ami rtttebnrt' to Ciih- io BAIn.MORB AND roTOMAC RAtLROAD, prmRAas, Osnandalaiia, Rorhe.tpr nn.l N" aeara PslM daily, except Snnday, s vt a m. Foa Rate, Caaandayraa aad no,he.tr (tn'y for Daffalo and Klaeara dally. er cpf sit wrday, to.oo p m. with Sleeping car wash tngton to ItocheMer. Foa Wtu.UM.roBT, Lock Ttaren and Xlm'ra, at M.se am daily, except Sanday Fob WiLUAMSmar O.lly.J.SOp m Fon rnrUBBtrttfA. New York and 1heBaf, 7.. . oliIjOO snd il.40a m, a.ro, 5 is, 1 w, 8,49,10 00 and 11.30 p m On Sunday, o o it4Sam,s.io,s.iV4SO, 10.00 and 11 fopta Umlted Express of Pallman rarlor Cars, S.iO a tn dany, except Stlmlny. FBaNewYena. out.r, Ltratted Express with Dlnte Car, S.00 p. m. daily. Fo FnrtAtrttmlA only, Fat Rxpre.s S 10 a tn,wcok-days,and 4.00 pm daily Bxurest, Sunday only, S . 40 p ru. Fon iiwrojt without chanpe,3l3 pm cvorr day Fon IlnooRtTs. N. Y all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct tran.fer to Fulton street, aroidlnic doublo ferrlaite across New York City. Fon Atlantic Citt, 11 40 a m week-days, 11 A) pm dally. Fon iIaltihobk, 0 .as, T.S0, 8.10. 9 00, 910, 10.00. 10JO, 11 00 and 11.40 a ra. 18.03,8.10, S i 3 . 4.00, 4.20, 4.. S.00, 5.40,0 00, T.40, 10 00 and 1 1.JH p m. on Sunday. 9.00. 9.0. IO-W, tl 10 a m, a.io, 3.1s, s zn, 4.00, 4.S0, 5.00. 8.40, 6.00, 7 40. 10.0rwdllA0pm. Fon Pora's CnssK Line, 70 a m and 1.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AKNAtou. 7.20 nd 0.00a in, t,0l and i 20 P m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, t.so pm. WASUINOTON SODTHKriN ItAILWAYi In effect Mat 11,1390. Fon AtxxAattnlA, 4.30, 0.35, 7.K, 8 40, 9.i. 10J7O m.18.01 noon,ie0S,3.90,4a5,4.S.'5,6.01, SSK, 10.05 and li .30 p m. On Sunday at 4.39, 7.I&, a.45. 10.07, a m, ?.,0.01, 8.0S, and 10.03 pm. ArcoviopATt(!t ronQttAKTico,7.43a m and 4.r p m week-days. ?A& am Sundays. Fon IltnuicsD and tho South, 4,'W and 10.57 .1 tn dally. Accommodation 4.53 pm week' days. Thain. leave Alexandria tor Washington, 6.05 7.08. 8.00. 0.10, 10.1J, !I.07,a m; 1 !, 3.00. 3.rO. 8.10, 0.05, 7.03, 9.1M, 10 37 and II 0 p m oti uundayat 9.10, ahd 11.07 a m; 3.00. 3. to. 7.05. 7J9, 9.80, and 10.S7 p m. Tickets and Information at tho ofilco. northoa.t corner of Thirteenth street and PennsyWanla avenue, nnd at the station, wlioro onlers cau be left for thophookloirof bairn co to destination from liotol. nnd tosl ileilcet. J. it. WOOD, .., .,. General Pasen(ferA(ceat CIIAs K.rt'0n, Ocnctal Jtananor. Ilallinioic auiIOIiIo Railroad. Schedulo In Kffect 3Iay 11, 1990. Lcaro WanhinRton Irom Motion corner of Now Jerrey arcnuo and C street Fon CtttfAHO and Northweat. Vetlbn!ed Limited express dally 11.30 n m, exureia OJOpm. FonliNtiNHATi, St. Loul. and Indianapolis, express dally, 3.30 and 11.30 p m Fon PiTTsatitH and Cleveland, express dally 9.30 a. m and H.iO p m. PokLexohitux ami points tn the Sbenan doah Valley. 11.30 am. For WisrHBTxn and way Stations t3.T0 pm, Fiih Li-kat 1tM and S.40 p m. Foh llALTiMonx, week day., 4.0!, S to, G 33, 7JI0, 7.W. 8.00. 8J0, 0 80 (tt.OO, lloo, tmln- utei) a m, K.10, X.1S, 30, I3 mlnu'eii a 1 (ISmlnUtol) 3J0, 4.-J0, 4.30, I.HIU, 30. O.U),6.1S,oa, 7.30,8.35,9.50, 19. W, and 11.00 p in. Kmlaj. 4.0&, 7 JO. 7 30, 8.30, 9.30 a ra., (It CO, 43-ffilnnte.) 1.I0,1M3,S.90. (13 mtnutei) M6. 4.W, iM, 4jo. (I3mlnate 6 00, 0.13, 035, 7J0, S.S, 10.80. lltOpm. Pea WAt Station, between Washington and t altlmorp, B.00. B 33, 8.SC a ra, 1 10. J., tj, 52?'.1li'J2.P. m- bunday,.30 a m, 1.10. 3 IS, 4 St, 6M, 11.00 p. tn. Thais, leave Baltimore for Washington week dayr, 6J, eo, e.30, 7 13, 7J,aoo 8 so. ax. 6 30 and iojo. 10J.1 a m; luo, 1.00 i.W, S.,10. 50. 4 13, 8.00. 6 00, 6 :. 7.00, 7 JO, HM, 8JO, o.u). 10.10, lo.ao and 11.00 p m. bunday., 0 30,7.13.8 30,H 38,930, 10 0, 10 33 a a: t .00, 1 .08, a. 10, a so, -1.1s, 3.00, t.w, 7.00, 70)0. 8.W, s.30, 10.10, 10.and ILMpin I'ou AMNii-oLU, 6.38 and 8 so a m, 12 10 aud 4JiS p m. susdaya, 8.30 a m, 4JJ p m Leave Annaindl. M0, 8-30 a m. l.'.0S, 3.50 pm. Sunday.. 8 a m. 1.00 p m. Fob dtatiok ob I bo Sl.tropolltan Ilrani h, tsS0,8.9 in, l ti p m. For prlnolpal itotCoiwonly,tW.40aiu.1tt30andh.t(jynj. Pus HocKviLLE and Way Station., tl33p m Poa(UiTHB.Bi-KU aud Intermediate point., t.d0, SM.0O. tll.ft) a m, tiOO, t3 00, 3 J3, 19.48, ttexti. tit 00 pm. FoaBop'.aad loteraMdlate stations, 7,oo Chviich trala leaves WasblMtoa on Sunday at 1.18 1 m. .tupping at alt statlous est Met ropojttan Uraseb. FokPhsukuuk 14.3018 30, 19.30, ttl.JOa ra, ii.iB,rl.3o7tuopi. Fob lUesavrowK, 111.30 a m and 18.30 p m Tbaik. arrive frum Chicaao dally at ii is a m uwlt Wpmifroei Clucluuatland bt Loul. daily 1 so a m aad aea p m; from Pitt.burs r.Waw. 5 Wpmdally! NEW YORK rillLADELPIIiA DIVISION Jfo Nkw Yobs, Trenton, Sfowark, and Elixa bth.N. J,'IM. t8j0, W(0, U0da.m, JO. i and '10.30 P- oi. Buffet Parlor Canon all day trains. SUwpIng Oar outaa 19 a) p. m, open at 98 p m. Foa pMu-iiiruu. 'I Oft. ta.00. -IW), 'U(M Boon, if , l.0, 16 aad 10.30 p. m. Tun N.wah, Dm. WDomMiton and Chester, lJ8.Wju0a.jB. Keaiou..i0,.L50'tJ. aad'W.Wp.n. Pea u.TKuibuii buiat. between Baltimore and PaUadeipbia.t8.se aad $7 JO a. ui ,tl: 10. I.5U p. a. Ttau.. leave Kew York (or Wablngtoo J a tlTsa a m, M, ., Sjaj p w. aud 13.aight. Thai. W .ve Pfailsdeiphia fr Washington l.4, 'H.K. le.S, .1. a w, t W, ! II 5.ss. '7-Wpie. Fub ATOkvu. Citt, '15 a stand !-' COm tKxtept Sunday, ttaliy tuuUy i.uly Baaeae clld fur aad ebaaked fiom hoteb and TMideaces by I'uioa Trii-ir c. eearden left at thiket oaU.., Dl'J und UV. Pa ave. sadat dettut. J. T. oWlX CHAl O 811LL. (mm Manager. Citfu Pat; A t Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, - Ru U TEr tut. kuu Tralu uv I'uioa Uiut, Mxita 1 B street.. 10 JT a Ui fur Newport Now- o.i Point Comfort uid Norfolk diilly Ai rr. i a iu Old Puuti at I. Mi. bl aud Huff oik viuu U3t a -B l iitveaaatl Bxprva., ihlf, for sUtloa lu Vu-rioU. Wwt Vlrgtul. Keuta sad Clttcluaatl VtotlbuUt !ir toroan without chauee tu CtBA-innati. arvivlux At " tf a m 11 lOpai-y V V VastibeleLUultdd.ddJly send trahs. with dlaiae oar. rue iUtoujU 1 t-aaaas nntieaaii eaiiouw tut LsaiBBtua aad LouUvhu. Poll ataaes. aseeswe W eeelf (4mu. t OaVe. 8U Pucuylvattht avenue b w yrmm.Gen p.Ase-.t. MKUIUAL. 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