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if . I The Daily Critic OXTT BFJtOXAZtB, Ktnlden's Refrttrerntor, Unity Cnr- tei, k , Kte. iHUHI'8nlW installment eta.oiirtwmt MCMtmit loctit m mn and (MS Seventh WgW ftOTthJWct, tnd Is now tMltmi MMWInM of gnnd ntwrlH for the i malting est mi cm a oath bnls: on eajslty TStWl mStMrKSrSntft. Houghton Ch.' lTnrreetlnttt In ducement. rM .Tnnf maul ttMSr ha 1 Mfc himtM 1 twwSctJhtot 1 all lmtr of feather pillows, t extra larajs w an reed chairs, t wire mattress servfceahlA afi , i wire maureas !etrsble STtlclss. UM ae- I VWt it fn tti mll itiM ftf day, for the mll mm of f ss m. offer (l chair and it alx footsx- tkanr on tewNok tabto r ARRI Kl iw -- yxti -.vr' "-i' ""i wi Tr for tht anrnHffi fkn.1 nftn m. dfW.pHc of $10.09. And again, c in yon Iht we small nm or sw if so, nee oirr 7 fjeejo dmlng room units. It is a daisy, and t Wwe h) almost nominal. YC. H HoronroH & Oo. wm j r st x w. The Natlnnnl Snfe Deposit Com piny, Obr. lath St. nml N. V. Avenne. BIWjte for SOrerware, Jewelry, Laee, Fjtw Wwnta and Talnahles of all kind, unnliu wadrat. Safe deposit bote for rent M the my lowsst rate. ' ANOTHER HIGHWAY ROBBERY. A ManAManlted Inn l'nrk nml Itobtied of TTntch anit Money. Another bold highway robbery ha? been tepotletl at police hcmkuarten. OnSnlurtlar night, between the hours of 11 and 18 o'clock. Charles F. Oalla way, rwMent of Warrenton, Vs., was on bis way to the Baltimore ami I'oto inac tlerKH to take the train for home, lie hftil a colored man with him, who volunteered to show him the way to the depot. While rmsslos: through a unlet spot In one of the parka the tifitjro knocked GalKwny down ami beat him Into In sensibility. He took from him a com position cosed watch and f 100 In money, and then made his eeenpe. Callaway was badly cut and bruised up when he preeented himself yesterday. MRS. DUYALLRECOYERING. Unablo te fterngnlie n Sii'pected Party nntl lie I Iteteasoil, Mrs. Sarnh Duvnll, the ajred lady who was so brutally assaulted ami robbed on Saturday, Is slowly recovering from the shock she received. James Ulalr, n colored man, who was arrested on Saturday nleht on sus picion, was taken before Mrs. Duvall yesterday morning, but sho said post lively that ho was not tho man who as saultwl her. and ho wns released from custody. The police have several other clewa on which they aro working, and they think that very eoon they will be able to brlug the guilty man to Justice. Now St. fotor Church. The new church building of St. Peter's congregation on Capitol Hill, whlok will cost 02,000, Is rapidly near Ing completion anil will be dedicated about the middle of November. The dicoralors aro now at work on the In tirlor. The stained glass for tho win dows ho arrived from France and will iK.n m put In. The church Is lo have tie latge altar and two side ones of Himller !. The choir gallery will be cue of the finest In the country. It U to I made of ash elaltorately carved, and will be semi rlrrular In form. The altar railing wilt also Ihj In harmony with the other part of the church. The pews will soon be ready and will be of live oak In tbe rear of the large sanctuary Is the sacristy and over the ssctlsty fa a large room whloh will be utfed by the St. Vincent de I'aul Society. The baemtnt will be med exclusively for the Bundav school, and alt the regular servlctit will lie held In the clrtircli proper. Tho congregation are laiKinr ot mmiing a graml ralr In the chuteh before the pews are put In por tion to bemflt the debt fund. Illnyole n, lluncr. Thete was a runaway accident on 1'cDMylvaala avenue yesterday after noon, causal by a collision btitweea a bicycle ami a team of horec. Mr. L. 21. Iiowen, aoeompaeleil by his wife, w dtlvtng up the Avenue, when CharUa Lafonula accidentally struck the team with bis wheel. The horses Marled, and, at tbe corner of the Ave nue ami Eleventh street, Sirs. I J wen was thrown out ami the wheel passed overber. Shews uoi very seriously butt, but the buggy wm more or law damaged. Iter Itcpulutluu ,Klnt liar. At as eatly hour yetrday woruisg Otncer Fitxgerahl found a woman ioaalg pttifully h the Cajtal Kroumls. She slated to the otHeer that cue bad been dtuggetl there by a mitn- Ur of ih. tVuea she wae UWtm to the Slilh FreeliMst guttoa she was Ulan lifted hv a Number of the oAer a harsh Stewart, an ohl offeBtler, who has hies ia cuuuly many limes. Her fstory ia not given much credence. Low 1UI ta User 1'jilc uuil lUklaml. LuitMg Uw (at ttuutm the II. itn.lt, 1! lo. will h-ll viLunioo Ueketo bow V nebiag uu to llMr fwk. Mountain tfce 1'kiL. jukI ItokUwl fur the Friday aigM aaA all t.auriU irauis each week at raie of I torthMtuMl Ui. The tltU will be ld U fvlutu itig uultl MttiuUf ful iiiwuac ts.y bl sle. TUlErt Ui Berkley JtfMiage uni Mture wilt l mM uuiti kUntUr fwf?tifn at i 5(1 for the hmu1 lrtj. Mw Koifvlk bteawsrs. Two acw aieaaters are exiMetatl to 1st built for Ike Puiosaae Kiver servico by next February. The rteawitw will rua Uiwewi WshUgoa aad Norfolk aad will be Utted uu U Ue atoat ympltte oidcr. Work Was already haaa coa lueacei oa oae of tbe ateaaaen by tbe litvrtaa ajtil UoUiagaworth Cmapaay of WllaOagteo. DwL. and tbe keel of tbe ether wul be laid ia a abort time. Mil 9 VuM to AWaail UU Own Ofcuutulw, Charles 0m, who tavestod la aa litlaal package to laat bisa over Sua day, w fouad at tte loraar of L aad Ttc' . 3rat aUeets yesterday afuraoua i juIl. a Jiiturbaace. lie saoned lo be !diu.'.:. v.Liler the laipreeeloa tbi-t ba ytm .. tLc way to ala owa fuaatraL t'lhi i i.t.dt,r4f) lobad aisa up at tbe mi . i n iiici tsruiuuu TiclMta t i i mm. vl etetoeaeof IwiMnas wan Jo . .ir n U4 ruU at tae eoariag lit, i , .. bdii.aMxe tad Obto batiroaa ( i. . . i i ttXKUfhioa tk-fcet truat v. . i 1. 1 L j j imbue ut ladiaaa at the - 'Ud fare fwt Uutnaiael trio. ! ' i vuly JO mi ,ahw ih i 1 l ao4 wlU U valid fur it. -,i fu.i ultuea 1JF4 livw dUkt uf i . . i o i x tuiut tav i in hi J (aaiua. So. I, of it . . b. Maua uf tbe U4l- k ; ill jurwtt lo vtllaoiat- Ut - iiuluioJ una'.. i g ai Cbkago in .. liiiuttbudy I (a angtcted. buAi.i Uu.i u. laxiifc autuber of ataaa- U U i noiut at the aiavocatio. ni (L. luaia islil be wvil tepc ta. j - ..tut Luvtijr UiuUuaa ' at US - , 4 L 3 t.uuaui oycf L'j - j ilii the (iWiVuUr onu -. i ll VaaVaMnra. 4a the Tow fa j ui, v a caarasaaa at aa in lurnmire MM. Mfci Hill WITH GREAT DISPLAY TIB COJWIR-ST0NI OF ST. MART'S (mum WAS LAIB. Allthn Onthnttc 9nfelles I'arnile, nml Immetwo Orewil Yritnemwe (he Imposing aeremonlnl. Th corn rtone of tire naw St Mary's Church, on Ftrth strwt north west, we IaM yeeterday afternoon with I he Imposing ceremonies of the Catholic Church. Tho parade of the various Catholic soctetlea formed promptly at 3 o'clock at the cornet of Sixteenth street ami Msmachneetta avenue, under the direc tion of Chief Marshal J. H. llncner, asMetid by a large number of aids and assistant marshals. The parade was divided Into three divisions, composed of the following bodies: Flrl division, K J. Hannan, mar hal. first section of the Marine Band, tbe K rights of St. Peter, th Knlahti 6f Pt Auriitttte Commanderr, No. 2, Knighta of St. Vincent, the George town Hibernians, the Carroll Institute, the Holy Name Society ami the Catho lic Club. Tbe second division, Dennis Con ncll. marshal, Third Artillery Hand, wveral branches ot the Catholic Knights of America, the Father Matthew Total Abatlnenra JWUlr. II,. Georgetown Catholic Union ami the oung Catholic Friends Society. The third division. Adolph Sillier marshal, consisted of Ihe second ("ertlon 01 me .Marine itaml, St Joseph's Uene flclal Society, St, Honlface's Society, St. Michael's Society, St. Francis' Bene ficial Society. Catholic Beneficial 8o clely. Young Men's Catholic Club, Alexandria societies, St. Joseph's, St. Francis Xavter Society, St. Augustine's llelltf Association, Knlghte of St. Thomas. Knights of St. Benedict, Knlfibts of St. John, Knights of St. Jwcpb, Catholic Male Bencvolont So ciety. 1 he column was a long one and It Is estimated that from twelve to fifteen nurtured men were In line. Wbilo tho parndo was marching over lis route a vast crowd of peoplo bad as sembled In the streets In the vicinity of the new church to witness tho laying of the stouo. Shortly before tho arrival of the procession at tho church, a train of acolytes and clorpy Issued from tho residence of the pastor, Father Glaab. Tho Bight Bev. A. A. Curtis, BUhop of Wilmington, followed tho train and performed the ceremony of laying tho corner stone, nccordlng to tho rubrics of tho Catholic Church. Tho corner stono wat laid on the southwest cornor of the church, and Is a plain block of rough drossed tntrblc, with tho Inscription, "A D. ViOO," chiseled on tho face. During the ceumony tho parado pissed the chinch, nml tho salutes of the column were received by the Bishop. At Ihe conclusion of the ceremony the assemblage was addressed In Ger man by tho llev. Alphonsus I'relw of llnlllnioto. Bishop Curtis thon deliv ered n brief but eloquent address. The Imposing ceremonies were unitiud mm music, and Bishop Curtis Bnd the visiting clergy retired to Fittuer Clash's residence, where they were en tittalned at dinner. Among the laity who were present wtto K. Baldwins, the architect of tho church, John Stack of the contracting firm. Stack it Son, and Ihe building committee of tbe parish, Mesne. Klchotn. May. Miller, Berberlch, Hup pett. and Ardeeser. The ntw church will lie built of Poto mac bluestoue, and will be surmounted by a copper cross 175 feet above the pavement. The cost of the church when completed Is estimated at $70,000. VUltlns: Ulorcymen f reach, A number of clergymen from other places who occupied the pulpits yester day. Itev. Henry E. Molt of Dubuque, Iowa, preached at the Gurlev Memorial I'resbyterlan Church, ltev. It. It. Acres of 1'etersburg, Va , at the First IUptlst Chureh. Ilev. K V. Whalen of Indian apolis at the Assembly Presbyterian Church, llev Dr. F.lllnwood of New York at the Church of the Covenant, Hev. Baraard Tayler of Upland, l . at Calvary Baptist Church, Hev. Dr. Itubeu Kerr of Itlchmond at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, Uev. W. P. llyder at Asmtry M. K. Church, Itev. Dr. N. II. Kggleston at Mount Vernon Place M. K. Church, Itev. K II. Deek of Hagerstown at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Held ou Suspicion. On last Tuesday night a young lad 1 1 years old attempted to snatch a pocketbook from Miss Kmma Fowler at the eoraer of Pennsylvania avenue aatl Fifth street southeast. Miss Beitha CiOmV was with Miss Fowler, aad they wade such aa outcry that the boy dropped tbe pocketbook sad rati away. Onlixr Bradley arrested Vesta Thomp son, and he was In Police Court Ic-Jajr. Judge Milkr concluded to hold him for being a suspuious character. They I'Ured 7-11. A posse of tfiteef s f rout the Sixth I'm elect Sutioa Htado a raid o a erap fchaoliag crowd ia Prather's allay yes Utday Hiofuiag at two o'clock. After a lively etwee they sueeeadad ia ea;nr isg Hetty Leo. William Was!. Gtaai Hankias. Kauauel Madisoa aad J oh Joaas. They are all old Uaaa boa playett. wFlat LuBuoy." . Uu Xtu Yott WmU. TWra te a ass named Klag. "ICaa ager of Kiag's Kaws Bufaau," who leta graba to a wattlka editor ia this ctty that aa te oa ala way to South Catoliaa to book for a war. "Follow aloag la float of battle," "Thaw te plaaiy btooil oataaaaooa." Taasa aa eaeatfits f row Us despatch, askiag "how muck will jou take dallyr" "IleUo' Hello'" crias taa war-laspLrsd editor, "What's tkiar" Why. atear air. U's iat liusacy. You aad Klag oujjat to be boxed up wither aad tsdopau osl You wesa saada for oaa saofaof fraaaad. aa it were, ia the w Kalure, for tbe Klyslaa of Idiocy. Tbe PAiO A Aaaiut It. mm UU PMaVi,Ua Mane. Taa ftaeai aaaaf of hfteaat aad earasist yytibliiaBi wlso haliava Ia party psia ctptea tasswr tkaa la party Waders, we woviptj sttlvely u opposltios to taa Fowa bill. They koosr tiaat U this asaaace to frkadly ndaatoos batwasa Korta and Baulk Is to bo defeated te aust Ut by Usa votes of Bepaacksa sV&aMMs. Ispposad lo kkte pasrioUc SRovesAaat of rfctnibUfaa suad tae gteady pblitictaas, luailag foe place aad cover, aad carvleas of the couaary's tasereata etcept ia so far as ifcaaa saike sor lssfsr ova pyrs'Sist sjvasjKtatts- tJsMKsat scjuHiasasaa ta a,staASJbs ottr vjsa . Oa frldity of asca wtaek iluriaguos, As sad avtfsss tew aalsiiaofs aasl Oaie M- a. vtH sail sarMrsfctfi tiifits to atteAsW City, good sjutag on Into ieasiag 4 O OicpuSat IS o'clock aoua sad goo to rduru ea aaji rsajiter Uate to ul Uu-laOiu Uu luUuwiwj i uasday at tte Ailut tb rotiuJ Wp. TCsst. 4 O sad lUaaW sWnids Sntha mb sasaato UwAroSs to a.Ua- HOME AGAIN. The Wftihlnnton cinb to nay nt Onp Itot l'nrk Tr-Dny. The Washington Club retmmd home ffh Satnniay ntght. There ww no bum bund at the depot to meet thm, nor ww there the slightest Indrcatlott ttrat tlrey were to be received like a lot of eorwitreting heroes. On the rontrary they sought their hotel ami btwrrilng howse with an alacrity that tohl my too well of the gloom they felt. The trip, like all the others, was not on mtt of which much glorv could be extract ed, ami although there was the tttwnl story of bad umpiring and hard lttck, the scores told only too well the troth of the disastrous defeats. Weak batting was responsible, and poor pitching In mnny instances supplemented it. To day the team will meet the Balti more at Capitol Park and commence a series of games on Ihe home grounds. Phillips will probably be pi tied against Baker, who pitched such a remarkable game against us on Saturday, and the boys will try to retrieve some of their lost laurels. Now, that it Is Impossible to win the pennant, the highest position we ran possibly obtain Is third place, and Sullivan might to make a deter mined light for It. It will be some solace to the city to have the club In the first division, and It Is to lie hoped that It will be properly strengthened for the fight. A PIN IH HER BOOM. itctlvo I.lttlo Onrmnncltn nntl Her Wonderful l'npnlnrlty. fYom Ms .Ve Verl Il'ortrf. Somebody has apparently thrust a needle Into tbe Carmenclta boom. It is flabby at tbe sides, and there is a gen eral suspicion that It is sinking rapidly. Men who are connected In a business way with theatricals are more Intensely Interested In tho extraordinary vogue which this young dancer retained now than they were when Carmoncita's name was on everybody's lips. The notoriety she recoived Is beyond ques tion unprecedented In theatrical nnnnls. In the space of four or five months she attracted an amount of attention which distinguished artists like Booth, Modjeska and .Icllerson were unablo to claim after years of steadfast and conscientious work on the stage. Her portraits were painted by two of tho most fasblonnblo arthts In town, nnd ns both of them usually receive nmounts running up into tho thousands for such commissions, somebody must have pnld. Blaborate ongravlngs of tho dancor ap peared In Jhirtw't WetMy nnd other exclusive publications, and tho dally press of Now York fairly teemed with tho views nnd sentiments of n young woman who, It Is now admitted, Is only a commonplace nud rather expert little Spanish dancor, untouched by genius or soy particular Knowietige ot me wortu. In a few months her name became ns Inmous as Mcdjoska's Is, after n decade of thoroughly conscientious efforts on tbe itano. Carmenclta talk stopped as abruptly as It began. Ho would be a clever man who could tell what It all means. Tho llrtulituat .IbwbU In a mother's illailem art lir fair, healthy rlillilmi Itm prfd b ami ornaments of Iter ihiihs. llnta mother cannot liesramt nour ish mch children while the U tbe victim of iifTr ring ami iUmm. Ily a course of lf treatmetit with I)r. lteice's favorite t're scrlutloti, every woman can thoroughly erwllcale tboae excruclstliig xrlo.llcl jln aiHl fiincllonal weakneases Incident io ur mx, and, at tbe tame time, Imlld tip and Invigorate bcr whole STitem by lt health-limiartlog Inausnee. A trial bottle will convince. "Favorite I'mcriptlon" la the only msdlclne for women, sold bv drue- glats, undtr a ixuUiif awruntte from tlis manufacturer to glrs aatlafactlou lit every case, or money will b rsfundwl. Till la Kuarauteebsa I been it irlntwl on the bottl' wrapper, and faltulully carried out fur many j ears. (julto 1ilcoiuo tu Hie Combination, ft em HT. He Would you care much If I should steal a kiss? She (strletly Puritanic) I should. I could not bear to look at you again fchould I know you to be guilty of vio lating. In the smallest degree, one of tbe commandments. If you must have a kiss occasionally, ask me for it, and 1 will be only too willing to donate It, but you must not steal It. Sick Headache IS a complaint from which many suffer 1 and few are entirely tree. Its cause is indigestion and a sluggish liver, the cure for which Is readily found in tbe use of Ayer's Pills. " I have found that for sick hcadaclte, catuxl by a disordered condition of tbe stomach, Ayer's Pills are the moat re liable remedy." Samuel U. Uradburu, SVorthlagtou, Mass. "After the use of Ayer's Pills for many years, in my practice and tatuil, 1 am justiseti in bujMttf that they are an excellent cathartic awl lisr uwdkiuo sustaining all the chtuu uuul fur thew." W. A. Westall, M. .. V- P- Austin & X. Y. Hallway Co., Iturnet, Texas. "Ayer's Pills are the bast nulh.in known to me for regulating the bowels, and tor all dUeawes cauwd. by a JU wOmwI stowacb and Uvr. I sulfcrea for ovr three ymt horn, hsatlarhe, i digtkB, aud. cootitaSioa. I bad no appetite and. was wak awl nervous uuwt of the tioui. By usiag three boxes at A)r's 1MU. aud at the sains ttuui lilttting wyasU, I was coiuuUUjly cured." PUUp Lock wood, Topeka, Kansas. " I was troubled for yeais with ladi misticiM. eoasupatiojt, aad hsadachs. A lewboxas of Ayer's Fills, usud. in soiall daily duses, rwMofad tus to haaltk. Thaty ar pruMtU aud stective." W. H. Suoul, Meadviue. Pa. Ayer's Pills, f vwtrABasi t D. J. C Ayer U Oo., Lowest, Mass. guttfcy all BraggSaUaad Baotets ta UaOWas. V LAW QLMP ELY'S CatawrH CSE1M BALM tLau. iclrll. ktwuil.a .!!' bli cicalalup till) Liail 1 i . rtuti viran . t.CJlL n. It It uJuy ,:.dii. uauu ba.t 9 from iwioli i Lulu a, uuul ' ti. basis tliu .-.jr sad rustorc nt-i TatV X4U UU A sartkas la auouad Isatosaoa aosuil a r czcc cqsTW i m BTARVr I gUiMHtrri ,, W3S- a S V i i mm HAYFEVER dta U. csciMerd. oaatT & 1 sftS THE DAILY CRITIC, MOST) SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. M EL HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Until Further Notice, Etchings, Engravings, Wafer Co'ors, Start Excepl 20 Per Cent, Discount. Freetol attention pakl to Framing, Itegtldlnff, Stotlng and Doxlng rietnres and Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS.. D KALE 118)1 N LUMBER AND MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL a Corner 7th st. YARDS V J 3034. south side James B. HHRDMKRE, 1415 New WASHINGTON, D. "C. THE NATIONAL SafeDepositCo of nrASHiKGToar. Chartered by Seeetel Ast of Oeogress, JANtMKY . MST. CKPtTKL. ... aaoo.ooa PORTHS SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, AMOTBB RENTING OF SAFES, in m BOBSLAR M! b H8K-paeop VAOL- la Ms FIBS-PSOO? BtHIJsOW, X. I fkt. iisk SirMt aad Nw Ink At. &P9WttX V. S. TKKASUKy. QnOS HOUlOi.SA.it toir.it, LE1G1B COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Makes too purest, fhesrit Beef Te. and bet liut uoal HMrluKUfti du-StwtM. haataa tuut Mtul lMttisM- Oue poiud of Kxtract of Beef equal i.j t .ri t jx uiida of leau boat, ol tan talus vl jboat ITM. O -. tieUuUie ouly KNABE Grsod, Uirujht sod 8qux PIANO-FORTES. lo our ' 1.KW AstTtoTtC MTVLSti." "SllOUkT 0ODATiV AID." PiAJKW B urn- IlM0ftslMej, Wm.Eka.bb & Go., 7 H-jfffrr'f Ssmcc VY EVENING, JULY 2X, 1890. ROY'S Photographs and 'All Allotypes at Pictures in At,I, KINDS OF WORK. and R. I. ave., Washington. Water st., West Washington. Iiatxibie, York Avenue, 1IUTET.H AIM UF.STAUHAXXa. NEW YORK BUFFET, SS T2NTH STKKKT N. W. Best aad I'uraat Uqaara la tae 0U7. las- rorUd Ctgar3. JAMBA H. C06TELLO, Proprlstor. rnas hbsitt, WASHIKOTON, D. 0. Army and Navy Headquarters Koar Ires tin Baaapas. THUMB-tl aad X Per Bay. rilHK VOiUiAMBIK, Osasksr Mth aad I sss. a. w., OwioaMs MaPtnartiai aayia. U. M. CASK, Vi JJLLAaD'S HO; WASaiNaww. b. q. o. a. stapuss. lAte of Thoassad Isi. Hanis, Psatsissor. S" T.JAMHS' HOTSL. BOttfMSAK PLAK, SIXTH SffBBlT AND PA. AVI. L. WOOOBOMV. Proprietor vm KsUdslO. """"""foam mix MRHsamM teauftttwi kVaad. Woowiaak) Uttlut, cox ssssss aad HiB-fbirBS arsous. WM. U 6ALT ft CO. JOHNP.AaNEW&QO sJpsjRMasaM spitv WHv sppissi Ssw SSRSHSPSSK m jauai w m -u-Sl (ceresmI TAJHcOscSst- tod Ska. MS- II LUMBER YARD FOR SPRAGUE SQUARE HAS BEEN SOLD. We used the ground for the Storage of Our Surplus Stock of Lumber. THE LUMBER MUST GO 1 Come Up and LOW-CUT WE WILL The owner has short while. Our benefit. The Lumber must not be moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND. ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LIBBEY. BITTINGER & MILLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BO ILERS, $ HAKE TEi 02 COFFEE 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 SAL! BY Till WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest; j Sjj?3isp 4, HWT IT! THA.TTRUa: aCAME FBOH KnaSSt'MB . BUY TOTJE TETIHKS AID IAMESS m iOTlsi it. H W-. SALE, Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. extended our time a customers reap the 1 . f 5 and $ 1 .50. IH 10 OS 13 MINUTE'. 4I wrt lo Odd FjUi'&41. GREAT FULLS ICE COMPANY. OFFICE : 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Whdsle and Itetoll Dealers In KENNEBEC ICE. Our Wattous go to AH rarts ot ths City, IswtrtrflR Motrnt nsasant CALLS-, an and S. Look Dot for ihe While Wagons ItAIt.RU.VIJ9. Tho Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West nnd Southwest. DtmWe Traok. Splmdld Scenerr. Bteel Halls. MaRnlfleent Rqnlpment, In effect Mar llth.lfflo. Trains leare Washlnston.lrom station, cor- r of flxlh and It streets, a follows Ton rrtwiTTim and the Wet, ChlsaKo Llml ted Bxpressof milman Vmtlrmlef'ariat 89 a m dally; Fast Mne, 10 50 a m dally to CMeaso. Uofnmbus and St Lonl. with 2t?p'JK.CtLs fro.m rrWmritto lndlanap Wis. rutsbnrff to Columbm; Altooni in Chicago. Ft.Lonh Chlcaeo and nnrlnnatl Bspres. S 30 r tn dally hirlor Oir Wain IBRton to Harrlsbnrs, and Slreplnir Cars narrhlrarj to St. Loul, Chloaeo and Cln MRnatKand Dlnlna; Oar narrlsbnr to St Ixitil, Clilcaco and Cincinnati. Woitern Kx ttrew, at 7.4H p m dally, with sleeping cars Washington to Chiesfro and St. LonK con nectlpft dally at Ilarrlsbnrtt with throneli Bleepera for LonlitTllle and Memphis rnll man Dlnln Car IlttabtirR to Itlchmond and Ihloago faclflc Kxpree, 10 00 pmdallr. for nttlitirjr and the Wet,wllh through Eleeperto rittsburgand l'ltlsburg to Chi cairo BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO ItAILllOAt). Pon Kani!, Canandalgtia, Itoohester and Nl agara Falla dally, except Sunday, 8 10 am. Tor FmE. CSnaixlfliffiiA nntl nrwhAtAFiUiiv. fcr lmffalo and Maeara dally, except Sat urday, 10 nop m, with Sleeping Car Wash ington to IlooheMcr. For WiutAMiTonr, Lock Haven and Klmlra. at 10 to am dally, except Sunday. Fob WiLMAJtroRT, dally, 3.30 pm. ron rnii.Arj:r.rntA. New York and tho Kast, 8.10,10.00 and II. so pm. On Sunday, O.oo, 11.10 a rn, 8.10. 3.15, 4 SO, 10.00 and II SO p ml Limited Kxprcas of Pullman rarlor CaM, 9.40 a m dally, oxcept Sunday. Fo,K NrwYonKpnlr, Limited Bipress with Dining Car, 5.00 p tn dally. Fon rniLArm.riiiA only. Fast Bxp'csi 8 lo a m week days and 4pm dally. Express similar only. 5.40 nm. Fon Uotun without ohange, 3.13 p m orery day. Fon TrooKiTH. N. V., all through tralm con nect at Jerter City with boon of Ilrooklyn Annex. alTordlng direct transfer to Fulton street avoiding doulilo forrlaga across Now lork City Fon AtLANTio Cur, 11.40 a m wcok days, 11 W pm dally. Fon IlALTlsiona, (tM. 7.90, B 10, 0 00. 9. W, 10 00. 10.f 11 Wand 11 40a n, W.05, 8 10. 3.15 3 10, 4 CO, 4 20, 4 30, 6 CO. 5.40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 nntf ll.sopm. OnSunday9.ro 905, lofl. ll.to 5 2?:W' 3A!i-3,w' 4 w-ia0-sw, 3.45, o.oo, 7.40, lo oo nntl 1120 pm. Fon r-ora'a CnxxK Line,? 90 a m and 4.30 u m dally, except Sunday. ' IonAiWAroLif,7.80 and 9.00 am, Upland 4.80 n m dnllr. eictit Rntninv uM.tn 0 0OB,mand4:snpm. " " " WASHINGTON BOUTIIBRN ItAILWAT. Ill effeot May 11th, ISoo. Fon AtJCXANnniA, 4 30, 0 86, 7 45. 8 40. 0 n. 10Knm.lS.0l noon, 3.05 3.S0, I.M, I 53.0.0! 8. OS, 10.05 nod 1148 p m. OnSnnday at 4 30. 7.15, 9 45 10.87, a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.0 and 10.05 p. in. AivoMxonATtoN for Quantlco. 7 13 a mand 4M p m week-dayn. 7.43 n m Sunday. roil lticiiMONii nnd the South, 4 30 and 10 57 a m dally. Aueommodatlou 1 55 p m week days. Tiiaix leat o Alexandria for Washington, 0.03 7 C5, 8 CO. 9.10. 10.13. 11.07 a m: I J .1 00, 3. w. 3.10, fl Of, 7.05, 9.30, 10 37 and II W p m On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.C7 a tn: 2.00. 3.10 7.06 7.W.U) and 1047 pm. Tlckcta ami Information at the offlce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street an I IVnniylVBnla avenue, nm! at tho tntlon, where orders can In left for the checking of lioswaga to dvatinatlon from hotels and reil dances. CIIAS. K. ri'OII. J. H. WOOD. "wisth1 Manager. flenl. J'aM. Aganl. Jlnltlmoro aud Ohio Hnilrond." Schedule In effect June 3D, 1900. Leave Washington from station oorner of Iew Jorttiy avenue sod U street. Fob Chicaoo and Northwest, Vestlbuled Limited oxpreaa dally 11.30 a m, uxpresa 9.so p ra. Fob CiKctN.if ati, 8t. IxiuU and Indianapolis expreaa daily 3.10 aid 11.30 p m. Fob1"ittbiib and Cleveland, express dill 8 so n m and 8.40 p. m. For Uxisstiiji and points tn theShenaadoiU Valley, U.Klatn. Fob Winchmtkh and way stations, t3.30 p m. Fob Lurat, WJO and 40 p m. y'iL.u'u-T,,,0,"( wk dar. 1 ot 3 00. OM, 7M.1JOl8.Ut 4J-mlnutW).8.r9 30. '(11.00 1S.W 4S-ulnute) a. m.. 1. 10. . (2 50 45 iniuuteo, (3.16, 45-mlnutes), 3.23, 4 S). 1 30. 4M (110, 46-rolaute) 3.30 8.00, 8.15. fl.JJ 710. 7 30. 8 36, 9JO. 10.30 and 11.30 p. m "Bdajf, 4W. 7.S0, 740. 8.30, 0 30 a m. (W.00. 45nlnutea) IJOO, 2.13,(4.50, 4&-m!n . t..W, ., 7., 8.,'l04Ml 30 p m. Fob Wax kTATiosa bet ween vvashlngton and Usltlsuire. 5 CO, ., 8.30 a m., 1.W. 3 23. t ? J IS ViEWl. 2,nUa' 8iaa lw- i Sv, 4.SV, S.20, 1140 p m TAt9,a lxavs IUltiuorb for Washington. week day. 5. 10, u.ao, a. 80, 7.15. 7.20.8 00. ?ft, . 2& aBd X0M 10a m .- 1J00. W.10. 2 10. 24S. 2 30. 4 00, 4.13. 5.00. 6 W, 3.2.)! 7.W, T.IO. 848. 8 30. 9 00. 10.18, 1040 and 11UW P ra. Bandars. 6 30. 7 15. 8 30, 845, 9 30, 10.20. 1S.S6 a na . MM. 1.06,2 10,230,4.13 5.(0, 8.2U. 7M.1 S0,8.,a. 1010. 1048 aad l!.oJpm: Fuk ANKAivtu.8 89 and 8 3ii a m., 12 10 aad 4 m p m. basdaya. 8 30 a in , 4 t! pm. LMTeARBapulU 6 33, 8.37 a ra., 12 05, 3.50 pu. hBdaya.8 30ara.,3.53pra. Fob Sravioik ot the Metropolitan Urancb. ts30.iswa m.fl.15 p ra. For prltt loaf atatlous ouly, tKMO a ra., tl.) and t5 3J pm. FoRllorKviiuaad U'ay Stations, ti 35 pm. iimOAlTUKiMouiaHd latoraiedlaU) pu'nta. t8, tuc0. tlliOa m., 11.00, t3.00, 33. Yon L'uui'mud iBtarusdiate (tatloos, 99 Cubmch tbain Itarw Wastdsgioa oa Sunday at I IS p .. itopfdBjj at all ststiooa oa Metropolitan Bruuch yTi?a,Su.VJJ,iLiW' ,M J.s,m.. It. is, ts.ao, ti.so p u. rou IlAssfowH, tw 48 a ra. and t).38 p m. Tvaika AMBiiclroa tkteago daily 11.44 am awd4.M)pra; f roaa Ciaciusati aad tit Louis daily 3.M a u aad 2 OS p u: from fttUburir 7Hasa.S.59padaUy. N8W YOHK Jt l'lllLADBLPUIA DIVISION. Fua New Yobk. THmtoa. Newark, N J . an 1 BlUuUrtlt, N. J , ii. to.W, 'W.W, H.J0 aw. 2 50. M58 aad 39 p a Buffet rarlor Cars oa all day traiaa. giespliu Car on tb W 89 p IB, often at M a at. Pen liULAuauuu, tSS, tSM. "W.W. 'liOJ xtMm, l JO. t40. 'J.13 aad 10.30 p m. im wabk, Dal WiisaUmioa aad Cusatsr, lil, t0fl a ia. Buuat, M, l.w! .1 aad ! 38 p at. Fen unuuiUMATi tiais bstwtMB Baltlsaorii aad PU.adtiida, tS 88 aad 740 a m, ti 50, TaALka lkavs New Votk for WaaUaatou. tli)8. tlias a aa, S.ws, 12C, 549paaaJ Tbaimuuvs HillmUIaila fac WaaUaotoa. S4B 7 Saps. -m w wm. ru mumaM, -j p w. wis a rsitii Msseptast Car iiuuiiait tasusiaa eatuls aVtds. if. atatitw at lasalituf sasassMSSsa IiiSTc Tea iLAfis Cixr. 4.(3 aad M.88 a m. l.'.w boob Soadays, 4.86 a n. 12.UU auua aud ltXsSpai. FOR BAY BIIMB. WaiK cats, 9.15 a m . 148, 449 p as 8iu- df a, 9.S& a at.. 1 aft 3 u p m. Liu a Max Kiix.s, watk days. 8.38, 8 3d p ra. fcUBdSja, 8 U8, 8 38 p a tlxoept buiulay- tOaily SSuaJay caly. 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