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THE DAILY CRITIC, SaTIEDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER (5, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic oxtt KrnaiALa. KthMeti's New rn Bo.. Jotffl Trodden, the pioneer installment mutt, CWMV locate at and w Set-eat Street MttflWStt. ha Jol retnrned fri.tri the ert fa Markets with art Inntwo snprlt of all MMl Of lV1Ut)!taaplBC noods, MM. We. Ton can fnrnlsh ft Wflat to garret, at this st Is, earpet;, stoves. iTrmr hotue froes store, with cash Hlvw, n tin installment plan. II. llmtghtwn tM.'S ttWIHWilto llnstnetran. art r-xsmtne their lorel Parlor Srtts, :M for $. inner In Cheirl or solid . Half prh frr nil nnseasofiablo ooi. fcafea, t prfes which will snratlsa Ast to he shown those Solid Oak Bm- I StVtea. s piece, for its. Also theft fH, cea, 01 wu uik nva room saiia. Suites rr all DaistM. and Will, bo eabt. please the most rtMtons purchaser. .U ardor for Wall nanerln for the next IW weeks at 83rr cent discount, at w. B. Hot ontoi . Co ', ltt itsn t street aorthwut. The Natemial Safe HeptrMt Owrnimriy, titer. lSth St. ami N. Y. Avenue, HMMM for Silverware, .Teirelry. Laeaa, ftn Hood and ralnahies of all kinds. CM nil moderate, safe deposit boxes for rem at ta very lowest rates. NATIONAL 0OARD WiNS. Men Uln Wilt llepreseat District nt Ureesltnnre. The the Ab order bat been Issued from lite bMdquarlets of the District Natloaal Onanl directing Ibat Ibe following men sfeould represent Ibe Guard at tbe rifle tnaettce at Creedmore next week: Slajor J. M. Pollard, Inspector general of title practice; Captains Y. L Cash and James K. Hell, Inspectors of rifle practice of tbe Ftnt ami Second llegl tmtits, respectively; First Lieutenants Thomas 1) Singleton, Georie II. Hurries, F. L. Ornbam ami W. I'. Vale, Inspectors of title practice of tbe First, Second, Fourth and Sixth Hat talloos. respectively. First Lieutenant Y 11. Johnstone, Company A. Fifth Ikttallon; Sergeant Peter Ilennle. First Separate Company; XT. A. Wi zards, colur nrgcant of the Fifth Ikt tallon; Corporals J M. Stewart, Com pany A, Fifth Battalion and A. O. Ilutterly, Company A, Sixth Itnttrtlldn. l'tlvatcs Henry S. Ivlrwln, Engineer Company; ltobett IJ. Smythe. Com pany II, Fourth Battalion ami Walter .S. Cash. Company D, First Battalion. The team will leave hero next Monday and return on Saturday, Practice at Creedmore will begin on Tuesday. The name of It. A. O'Brien, captain of the Emmet Guards, was sent to the President yesterday for commission as major of the Fifth Battalion, vice Long resigned. CLOSE OP TBE FAIR. The ltock.lllo Inhibition Winds up With llooit llaclnc. Ycsterdny was the last day of the ltockvllte Fair, which was highly suc cessful In every respect. The display of Lotlne and equina stock was os 1 totally floe. In tbe trotting raw s Hunch of Itotoi won la tbe first In three straight heats la tAH. i:IOJ. 'iA'H In tbe second (tUDBlng race) Trowtera won the two beats In 1:01 ami 1.011. Four heats wete tieceatary to decide the third (trot tint) race. Tbe first ami second heats wtte won by Harry Bashaw, the third by Fanale it., and the fourth by Bashaw. Time. 3.10), 2:111, 2.15, Tbe last race, a ooe thlrtl mile dash for all, two beats in three, waa won by ltowdy Boy In two straight heats. .Rt ami 881 1 be racing part of the fair having proQ so attractive and Interesting, the association will, by next year, have the trtck enlarged to half a mile, and other JmniovtiticBls wtll be made. A MOTHER'S CRUELTY. Til til far I oh n in Hti Trratiueut or Her Little Children. Bettba Day, colored, a resident of K trcet, near the B. & P. tunaei, was be fore Judge Mills to-day charged with cftwl sad Inhuman treatment toward her two eblblren. neither of wbota was over 7 years of age. Tbe eblldren, other neighbors ami Oflker Wall testifled to her beating and wblpplbg tbe children almost every day. The mother in her own behalf admitted that she bad chastised aad corrected ber rbildren, sail argued that it was ber duty to to do. The Judge held tbe evidence showed that ber coa duet ww eruel aad labumaa ami un usual and imposed a fiae of $10. The wewau was ooaignd to tbe dock, ami tbe eblldrea will have to be eared for by tbe District authorities Uaageroua ratllrae. Tbeie have htten a auatber of com piaiaui wade of late about stoae-throw-bjf at paaeisg pmeoger tralM oa boib lae Baltimore aad Potomac ami Balil loose aad Oblo Itailroada, Yeaierday arttinooa, an a uala was pulliag out of tW N. A O. IVpot, bom boys mmm bwimg Mtmee at the train Tave -M-iiieV.w Mitr wbU-h Mrs. Price of TaiMtta Park was sealed wn shatUwed ks4 a bad a aarrow eacape from beiag bH is tb head with lew abme. Her eioibiag wa euvesad with fragaMHasof lsW ebjM Aa kiitttupt will be made U kvteruie tbe boys, if it cast be w tetUttwd who taey were. Tke I'rf4ta of KiHway Travel Is esattttd U the Koral Wue Um IratM uw iiusJcg between hiimtou BalU wese, PhiUeelpaia aad St York ritl X B. kt Each car in every train la veati- mmm, mnsKnnst inmhphpi can, oay fnacsjw, varie ta w slaeoen. Alive healed by si esse tad lighted, by rtalaach gw. The of safet) as auarda the uumt eaattistve paasesaer ciu.uiyiug the iariur Mrsmspiaf rsn The cuuifurU of Ute cuach natsaaetr ace further wvvtded Ui ihrouah iha separate lavatuflea fur ganiteiwn aid taewe la each car A separate smoetag teaafrtsaeari ia each ear ta alo a aew leatiae abas wiU eoaimtart itself to the buren ei the weed. Mir bk Tsaavee. C0 kjMHC ot Mvt LiMSMud. si the oonm d Tbis4 m4 I suts tonrtjwtat. y& aajhesed he; a uaJtaowa UUsd UH ateki tad a yold watcb aad a quajally f WWbM naatal asobw. IVetbaA mmaaygmm a laaattyeee fas f seat of tba bia.se Mi. i heetavi saiintfaitl tlus tbe tUef i.d or Use batrk fecea4ov- i fa sAuejdsaff. aeM eacajmd wuli at i tke Hi wajr- tUMslvuua stsiltoad skaitouibci 11. FW. Tea 4i. atxciei trUi. fuilaiu : ee the eew- rweuuaUy cuu- ji be vtae Ace Ueaaw g.gjmtivr Cowiigsiowr Hubert avcat he y yeateeday at the Kockvilk 7aU. ,:f Vrytfrntmioaui Uiae Wft daring the jiuL-ul'iNetYwli The oVectesoB , 'Uoj iiw wlil nut be mad public ... .tun ih. retoro of Mi Hum; oa s ajftfie to avieaveeev Mar. thtaatow's aoothlng yiuy should aA be itaad tut chJtdciMt teaf.omtv It iflBafse the ehtta, uleas the nuas,alUjas an natt, cures wtad coac, and iuiu oet is teiearopiM uevtee m uueaea to ceary tat. Xtouad the utolaery travelar, rUiag as Uas eta coach, U thwetuee Uuowa the wss tarn SPORTING GOSSIP THE COUMBfA BALL TRAM AT BERORK VOm TTMUT. PLAYIIW FOR THE GHAMPTOrlSHIP. titftite tf NWBRTk Ig Ueftftg ia tot---Tt Says' RwiBf at Bm- tip next MBia Tbe Columbia Athletic Ml ream heft for Ifergtn lortit yewerrlay afternoon, wlere tbej play tbe Wew Jersey Ath letic club team for tbe Eastern cbatn pfonsblp of tbe A. A. U. today. The team It badly baedrcapped by the loas of tbe Krvtees of Its crack pitcher. Kt jwottb, who was kept at home by reason of illness. Kltber Bntt or Welch will go In tbe brx, ami Manager SImms is confident the club will eaMly defeit tbe Jersey team. A number of club men ami their friends accompanied the team and will cheer tbe Columbia boys on to victory. Next Saturday the return game will be played In this city, and should either win both games It will settle tbe cham pionship. Should a thlrtl game, how ever, be necessary It will be phyed at Cspe May or some other neutral ground. The winner of the series Is to meet the Detroit A. C. team fur the amateur tbsmplonsblp of tbe United States. The Club which Is to ploy the Colum blas to-day la an exceptionally strong one, having lost but one championship In twelve, and the Columbia boys will have their hands full to win a ball from the Jcrseyltes. Active training has commenced for the fall meeting of the Amateur Athletic Union, which will be held at Staten Island on October 13 Fully 2.000 club men, representing every athletic club In the country, aro expected to be present, and the meet wi'l ho tho largest of Its kind ever held. Tho New York clubj will fond their host athletes to contend for tho handsome medals and trophies offered by the Union, and all tho clubs will be largely represented. Tho entry list for tho different events Is already larccr than on any previous occasion, and everything points to a highly suc cessful meeting. Tho Columbia Club will havo a largo contingent In the dif ferent events, and the boys are training haul. Crist nml Brown will compete In the blcyclo races; Sam King, Kenyon and the other crack sprinters will be In the tunning dashes. The handicapping will not be announced until after the entiles dote, and llion It will be better known what sort of chances the local men have for carrying off the honors. TLc fall meeting of the Washington Jot kty Club will he held next month, liiglMjlDg on October 20 and lasting ten t'nys. The executive committee have decided to offer purses aggregat ing 121.000, and a highly successful inciting Is anticipated Of the amount NPt.iotilattd by the club, $2,000 will be tcttrvid to offer fur some special tveuts to occur during the meeting. Tbe programme will be arranged at the next meellne of the executive com mittee, which occurs next Thursday nleht. Some of the best bortee in the country will tun at the coming meeting. All the New York horsemen have expressed themselves willing to come here, and, as all the big tracks will be closed, txcipt Wcetcbcster which closes a day or two after the Washington meeting opine, Ibo club will not have any opposition cxct.pt from some of the iniellcr tracks In New Jersey. Although not a year old, the Wash ington Jockey Club has proved a de cided success. Its spring meeting was largely attended, and the racing was of the best. It has the coemlence of the public, and Its officials are well known business wen, whose names are suffi cient guarantee of tbe tquareaee of the raelng conducted under their super vision. atarloa Hand Concert. The following Is tbe programme for tbe Marine Bead concert at tbe While House groumb at 5 p. m to day: Msreb "Father of Vletory,". Ctaue Imoiatiou to Battle, (row "ttlwul," W'agoer eletio-"t,riae Mlaeatoto," FilMte Yate IalgMoM, Sous Comet holo "t'aptlce Ue Coaeett," HartuuQ Mr. WlllUm (IroMbureh. Mosaic "La Fill de Madaaa Augot," Lecoe'i "x,puuu m a aottuer uie, (By aeaaral requeat) "(JigerlA.. tVanar I air "IiatmtluaaUa," Pyiaa Match .Vntkttul Ibe Uouiluc Uuuiet, It is faaciad by a grateful patron that the next coatet will appear la the farm of a huge lettle, Laving "Uoltleu Medical INe (oier)" uucitbed upoa It ia bold charac ters, w tusther this loblcm, aad kiak eum r.ltiueut will ha vented rowatbs to be tttu, iut Vt Fierce Ut coutiuue toeeud forth Hat uoudful YegtUUe eompouad aad ; Ueat raiW-itur of iMteote Ithasaoequal ia utadirlual and beatth-ctviag proeartW, icx Iwpailiay ttgor aad loua to toe liver aid kuli.ec, la purifying the bio id, and through tt cleeaeiiig aad rruewimr th a hole syweea. Fur scrofulous htuaon aad i oiwua-idlbav, or luug scrofula la Us early steges, U U a pueitive specifk. IHitggUU. A Kelgbborhnnil tjuarfel. Kdith Joaae ww ia Police Court to day, ebarged with disorderly road net. Tb eltaige bad baea brought oa ac couat at a aaas bborbood wraagle that incurred ia Colltaa alley oa Moaday. Yeateiday oae of Use five wUaataes wbo apcieaied ibis Biotalag aaaiaat Edith Joaes bad a case for diaonierly coaduct dtaadsaed. Sivy Stratter, tiie witasts who arat took the ataad, was to tsaaion straiive, that IHatrict Altoraey Dusaoat saU that there ww very evidently a aa-ighborhoud tjuaxiel, aad he wouii wk lor tha rriamtasal of Uhe eharge. Oaacar CUatoa staled there ww a per peiuai quarrel betwees the reabkats of the alley- This is the Uuui of the year to ga to KtagMa. Ikta't aiias the chauce of gulag ua BeieaUr II, via Peaatytaraaia llaif-loaa- for tlak Good to return ia tea days. ftMciai train with parfcrr cara. WimiU JiitiMbar X atranti. These have bee fewer cmw hefire Judave UUi ia the Police CouM ibis wet ihaa oa aay otaei weta taw year, aad the court hit every day adjouroei before 1 o clot k QQU) MEDaJt,gJm, 1878. W. UAKKU & CO."S Brsailast Gacat It al&itlttttiif wtr tttui u u eeMteae- No Chemicals a .ini aiwcii. ajwiAf& ; 4 a Uitjgcbrc Ukf UsuIh . i.f U - UiicuMa. IfUUraaiOt,, av J AutnliJi aeeWbl kW llWeVUad av ' 1 bbk mm fSoleA itfUigf VVasJTJFWlkcrtt. W MX1X CtX lbirchwif, Huf. IN HER OLD AGE. V Woman cmeltr Treatml natl De serter! by Her UrMband. Mra. Mary Ba.ly, betwws SO atrrl 0 yean of age, wm a caller at tin Fifth precinct station last night, she told Slatkm-Kefjrr Vos a story of hr tronbrte itrw tbe manner In which she hadbten neglected and treated. She cWrtWred that she bad not bad anythlmt to eat all day. and she was supplied with some food. Mrs. Bayly told how she bad married unhappily, and of the desertion of her husband Sitrce that time she has been miking ber living br dressmaking at Baltimore. ami came to Washington, ber natlre borne, with a d(lre to see some old friends here. After bffvlng been furnished some thing to cat at the station, she was given a comfortable Kd. Mrs. Bayly said she bad been refused anything at the Woman's Christian Home, where she toM Ibat she bail no mortar. Sterw will be taken to day to hare her returned to ber borne In Baltimore, otherwise she may be sent to tbe almshouse. FINANCE INSTEAD OF POLITICS. Ttie Piccro Creed to llevoto Mere Time to llnolness. At the closing session of the Graml Fountain, United Order of True lie formers, last night. W. W. Browne, grand wotlhy master, made an interest ing speech upon the condition of the Southern negro. He urged them to let politics alone and to freeze to the mighty dollar and help each other In business. Mrs. Martha J. Williams of ltoanoke and the Iter. J. Anderson also made short addresses upon the encouraging wotk of the order. At the afternoon ses&lon yesterday the following ofllcers were elected- llev. W. W. Urowne, U. V. M., retained; Allen J. Harris, V. i. W. At.; Mrs. K. It. James, 0. W. .Mrs.; .Mrs. K. Monroe, P. O. V. 5lr.j Hev. C. S. Lucas, O. W. chap lain; W. V. llursell, U. IV. S., retained; Mrs. I.. II. SiBltli, II, W. A. 8 , retained; 11. 1", ItobtasoB, 0. IV. treasurer; Mrs. M. .1. Williams, (I. W. guide: T. M. Urlflln, (1. W. A. 0.; 0. V. NoUc, 0. V. sentinel; C. I.. Tyler, 0. V. P. guard; Itev. V. F. tiraliam. O. W. It. liearald; Mrs. Hannah Jones, (J. V. L. Herald. I -i LEMON ELIXIR. A t'leasiint I.emon Drink. For tilllousness amt constipation, Uko Lemon Elixir. For Imltgestlon and foul stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For sick and nervous headaches, take Lemon Elixir. For sleenl eesness and nervousness, ttke Lemon Elixir. For loss of appetite ami debility, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, chills ami malarla,take Lemon Elixir. Lemon Kllxlr will not fall you In any of the above diseases, all of which arise from a torpid or dleced liver, stoutaob, kidneys, bowels or Wood. Prepared only br Dr. II. Mozusr. At lanta, (Ja. &Cc. aud $1.00 per bottle. Bold by drug gletf. A l'rotnlnent Bllnlater Writes, Alter ten years ot great su tiering from Imllteetlon, with great uervous prostration, Mlloiin, disordered kidneys aud consti pation, I have been cured by Dr. Mozley'a I.iUKHi Elixir, aud am now a well man. Itev. C. O. D wis. Eld. M. K. CUurcti, doutb. No. i Tutnall St.. Atlaula, (la. Will Not Itemove, It now looks as if the Police Court sessions will continue to be hold In the building at the corner of Sixth and U ttreets. Building inspector Kntwlsle thinks that tbe proposed Improvements ran be made without Interfering with the work of the court. A tourist acent and chiperon will ac company tlic PeBtMilvaula llallrd excur sion to Niagara Falls oa September 11. Itate le only !0 for tbe round trip. Ticket good for tsndaj. OfUcera lllecle.l The following officers were re-elected by the members of tbe Mutual Invest ment Company at a meeting held law evening at the bank of William Mayse & Co . 016 Ninth street northwest: l'realdent. William Mayse, vice ureal dent, M. I. Welter: secretary aad treas urer, George T. Haslam, trustees, Jautea r Hood and Joseph 1'. llatchelder. Sjck Headache IS a complaint from which many suffer and few are entirely free. Iu cauw is indigestion aud a sluggUb liver, tbe cure for which ia readily found in tbe in, of Ayora Pills. " I have found that for sick headache, eaueed by a disordered coudition ot the stomach, Ayer'a lilU are tb nwjt r llable remedy." Samuel C. Uradbura, Worthing tou, ilaw. "Alter tb w of Ayer's lill for many years, in my practice awl family , I atu iiutitiatl in any iiw that they ar an t'XCIUut cathartic aud liver wwliciae auataiuiui; all tb claim wad for Uteiu." -W. A. Wetfall, M. I).. V. l- Austin & 51. W. llailway Co., UurneC, Texw. "Ayer's Pllbj are tb beet laadtetB known to um fur regulating the boweU, aad for aU dues cauaed by a du ordaeed atoioacb aad liver. I euttered for over tbre year Irosa baadacbe. digeUou, and couatipatioa. I bad uo luMMttitu and was weak aad nervous mott of the time. By uaiAg three boze of Ayer's lilU. aad at tbe saw tiiu dictuu myself. I wu coupbttely cured." PlaLp Lock wood. Tojwka, Kaaaai. " I was troubled for year with iudi aatinB. coaatiiMUuwi, aad beadai-hf. A h.w'boxea of Ayar'e I11U. ud ia small daily do.e. restored iu to health. They are uroawt aud affective-' W. IX. gtiout, bUadVtUe. ta. Ayer's Pills, I raivAaas av " Dr. J. C. Aye &. Co.. LowaaV Mat. wtd by U Ucaguu uil DaUc4 la Meilmln. ELY'S Catarrh PfiFIU mUWaWZJF? ui.iiiii unumwUHF ru'" . wbu a;i ..ti t jIo the uusirli ui hi tcrLi.J tK. L ally ilou:...:,- !! i tbe Lead t i.ir rbal urn.- uj-:ut bCAliijy 3i.i.ri.iluus It allay- IMUor. a tivn. irott r rljT. BtLUllaUi ( lU uaatal u s u c -fi. m dJU ii j. cuM. coi; (.icii lice! I tit art- S4TARBV, Crtl r ...uCi I3w,n5 HrVFEVERW. tef T J T. . t CP: ;$& f.Tt :v,esaci tnJTiTS Sin MAY-FEVER TKV TBK I'ViLB A i4utu.ieUapi.Jc-d iatoeacb :i irilaulu Mfieea'jit: ruoe. su miiu ai li lijut-: o; & UUU. reiiUtteted 00 tcttti,. SLX 0KOT ri, SC Wacrea at , slew York- SB ' v I., i Royal Bias bine BSTWEEX M YORK, PHHADEPl, - BALTIMORE AND The e Mire equipment Is brand new ami oomttU of the fittest Baggage C ars, Coaches, Patter ntl SreepiBf Cars evw built by tbe Pullman Oompsay. The Trains a re Vcstlbttled from end to end ami protected by Pullman's Im proved Anti-Tel escoping Device. A'l th?0rs in AU the Train i Ilcntcil Iif steam iiiiu Llglii Iif I'miscli Gas Under Dt vices Controlled by the Safety Oar Heating ami Lighting Company of New York. NO EXTRA FARE. Pacngers occupying Patlor Car Seals or Sleeping Car Berths will pay the otdlnary charges lor same. This Is the Only Line Ilunnlng Trains from Washington In 5 Hours to New York Ticket Oflkos, CIO and 1851 Pennsylvania avenue, and Depot cornorNcw Jersey avenuo nnd O street . au90,2w James B. Iiambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. Tot Improved and economic cookery. te It for Soups, Sanrcs.Maite Dishes (dame. Fish, etc.), Aspic or Meat Jelly. Keep perfectly la all climates tor any leDttthot time, anl h cheaper and of doer flavor than anrothertt.Tck. One round equal to forty pound of lean beef of the val ue of about JT.W Genuine only with Juttua von Moiilc'ealKuature as showu. Company's BMGT OF BEEF. fl-z&g II E Southwest Corner Ninth and Streets lloilhwest Can He FOaad One of tbe Lareestt Stocks of HATS. Furnishing Goods AND CLOTHI NG Ever ebowa to tbe public of Waihuurtoa. LowPrlee will prevail at alt tiaMe. tur BOllo will b e Qulek balM and Maall froflu Do sot tall to vielt oar store for HaraaUM, a we eaa tell HATS. FURNISUIN'G OOOD6 at t LOTUINQ at 26 PER CUNT. LKaS thaa any other booM la IUU DUtrlet.au we BaaufM lure all oar owe woode- To be convinced give ua a call. H. FRIEDLANDER, S. Y. ton. OI II ASH K srs. N. tv. see, tat usscBttaa, BXiOCTBt. aad yoa wtU always have heaanf al aread, Hlg 8A1 HteMitft Weati(MfaVl9 BaMWata GQf " Hf Hnt Stfttttt Mat ItttteaAaV eU4UMI WM. M. SALT & CO. UUTBUi AHU ttmtiTA VXA STU. NEW YORK BUFFET, set tamu swtKaw at. w. Beat aad Paraat Maasss fct the est- aaa softest laaaea. iiMM H. OOSTMUA, feofiaiatea. MiaEXJuurr, WaaeVaWTQel. u, c. Army aad Kavy HaaiinaajUta. Vov tsea tin Stotim. TaWhW Ha4HVmu. pi OaWQaaiaVav eafaaVteHEelOft (jfsJttUttr S.X.VAJH. gffS, w UJUa JMUMttxoat, o. a O-ft. T4La. IjJyt Oat HeMlaftd laj faUMaaV S T-JiJO1 fjOttVL MMaua'aVa.V FLAM, hiiru trTktsjrr a.ku e a. a m DEPRT I CERES n BALTIMORE AUD WASHINGTON VIA - OHIO RAILROAD. ICNUB Grand, Uprirjht and Square PIAJSrO- FORTES. Hpeolal attention ot rmrebasers Is Invited to oar "NEW AUTISTIC BTVI.BS llBlhl In DelB of "UiaUKST DKCOltATIVE AUT." MANOS TOll HBNT Eeeood-baad Pianos at All Prices. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. Announcement. Messrs. Lee ftShepard Announce the Publication oi a Library to be Called GOOD COMPANY SERIES, .. This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some ol the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, Including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Cetrf&eii lUclf. Do. .--The Blind Men and the Devil KrFHiftlEAS. To be IMtoweibf Ho, 2 In Trusts or. Dr. Ber trand's WmMi Mr AXAKIU. M. BOVQUA h 3 Thfee Mita DMar& r ouvu otc. infle Mumbaps, 50e. !MyMBsai eW IkU bOOJUtfUfSTi QaleWMlaVi 0tf Iffit'1 LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOSXOK. A LUMBER YARD FOR SPRAGUE SQUARE We used the ground for the Storage of Our Surplus Stock of Lumber. THE LUMBER Come Up' and LOW-CUT WE WILL The owner has extended our time a short while. Our customers reap the benefit. The Lumber must not be moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND. A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LIE!, BITTINGEB & MILLER, Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, HAKE TE1 03 MFFEE 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 WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,' jHriMWAiioKaAiSa! You camY 1,1. ' ' g. jKssayBBs&i MfeEjj ' viAB. '" sjt$&JamjL 3dHrr-M m U LTiyraKH' jawSluhm ar9&&A 1 ir T" llTi?Pr-r 9 A?j-j-'f f Jm tn nasty; mawm N l ar' ?A,,OB Wmp'J! riLti,S llrS55rTf ' iafflijiTelx' - Sr r ssr lx arTk ?B s"" fcaBEr' ,fcf iBKtJts y2L?x r H&y&B&s ?.l TViTw jflTSir'ra i SBfc-:. -..-t ptfs 'fw ijmmWLJKXSa x$r tjsibMnUi &&, awiibK aasial Sr v J - tV 3iArmm3w P&A avMEsaFa a k S sis aNi A I a a bbsk BiSbb liBBsk MEPPi " " PVHnttaSBHbMSJtmVpjiiSB ; lill T;.. L:. L'-i : lrt..L . s -v ! maaWf 'asarl a"nsi'sp; , ., aNaigWiESBsasasasasir nssaH : IP'jS J- '" '- '-" 'uirtjil ffia iWlasasWsflaBsTiii il i iaiaslssliasasBTaWassTWlal1iTa i SJ MiUlll sBmtjaaajBaataasBwaBissaa I ejajlw n i.Cui.i. -iiu..u - VI lu J BUT YOUE TRUMS AST) HARIBSS im ScYe&th St K. W , SALE. HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO l Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. $1.15 and $ 1 .50. IN 10 03 IS MINUTES. BY TUB -AI- next tu Od-1 FUiows' Hall KA1XKOAD3. Tha Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. DeM Track. Splendid Srenerr Steel Jfails. Matrnlflrcnf Eauipmcnt In effect Mar nth. im Trains icare Washtojrton, from eta" .n cjr nrr of Sixth ami B rtreet, as x jj , ws Fob rrfrsacira and the Wet. ctiirasn L' o tea Express of milmart etiho!oi jiat 19 99 a m dallr; Fat Line, 10 a m dj ytn CMauro, Oolnnbm and st lov w 'h Ssejrw fieri from llarrlrin'et.ladianar' Oiie, nttbnr to Oolnmbu". Ai' 10 1 ti (Jhteseo. St. Lionli Chlragoandt n- iia'1 BXBteM, ! 30 p m dally Parlor t a- Wftb ttrlon to tlarrlshnrx, and si. t-v'ne t rn natTtsbarrto St. Lonl, chinrn and t Htraatl, and Dlnrna Car nurrhrinnr tist LotrH.Chreaeo and Cincinnati Western Kx tress, at T.-top m dally, with Ptcepiri? tars Wasotirttoii to chlcaao aad 8t Lo.im in aeetlflf dally at Harrtsbnre with turnei Sleenef for Lonlsrllleand Mempim pou sn SlntBC Car nttbnra' to Klchmond and thtcaio. racifle BTpre, loon nmdi r, tor Pitt srmrr and the Wet. with fir i3x Srwperto Plttsbnreand Pittsburg tJ Chi BAL'Ry.ORB AND POTOMAC nAILllOAD. Ton Kah, Canandalana, Roheter and S. aeare Falls dally, except Snnclty 11 aro. Pea K. Otnandalena and Rorheter d n f t r BntTalo and Nlapara dally, er.t st- prday, to W p m, with SkepliiR carWah- In Inn to Itoeheter. Fob iLttArosT, Lock Uaren and Elmlra. at lO.tO a ra dally, except Sunday. fob WttMAiTOBT, daily, 3.10 p m For rBiLAOEtmiA. New Tors and t'io Ki, 7.S0, C5. 11 to and ii.40a ra, io, ' i ao, B.fS. 10 00 and 11.90 pm. Oil Sunday. 9 00. 11.10 a to. 8.W. 3.1 4 SO, 10 00 and 11 30 n vt. United Kxpres of Pnllman Parlor Cars 9.40 a m dally, except Sunday. Fob New Yobk only, Limited Kxprcss with Dlnlnc Car, 5 00 p m dally. Fob PniLArtetrniA only. Fast Bxp:e)SI0a raveeh-days and 4pm dally. Express Sander only. 5 40 p m For Doeros without chanire,3.1S pm every day. For Erooki.tk. N. Y all through tralni con nect at Jercr City with Irnan of Brooklyn Anno, affording direct transfer to Fuion street nvokllnKdouble ferriage across Now Vork City. For Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m weekdays, It 30 pm dally. Fon Baltimore, 6.88, ".SO, R.I0, 0,00 9 10, 10.00. 10.50, 11 toaml ll.40a n, u.os. a to, ,t rt 3 10. 4 CO. 4 20, 4 30, 5 tO. 6.40, 6 00, 7 40, 10.00 anJ llJOn ra. On Sunday 9.00, oo 10. V), 11 to a m. it 10, 3.1S. 3.W, 4.00, 4 30. 5.00, S.W, 0.00, 7.40. 10 00 and 11 80 p m. Fon Porx'a Creek Like, 7 30 a m and 4.30 p ra dally, except Sunday. For Ankatoli. 7.30 and 9.00 a m, 1J.C5 and 1opm dally, except Sunday. Sundays. D.P0a,m and 4.30 pm. WASHINGTON SOLTnKIlN HAtLWAT In effeet Majr lllh, 1W, Foh ALEXAKnnfA, 4 30, G33, 7 45, 8 40, 9 15. 10.5T a m. 1E.0I noon, S.05, 3 30, 4.85, 4 .55, 0.01, 8.W, lO.OSand 1149 pm. On Sunday at 4 30, 7.45 D 45 10.97, a m, 3.30, C.01, S.Oi and 10.05 p.m. AccoMoDATto for Quantlco. 7.15 a m and 4.15 pm week-days. 7.45 a m Sundays. FonlliciiMOKoand tho South, tio and to 57 a m dally. Accommodation 1.53 p mwcok days. Trains leavo Alexandria for Wathlnitton, 0.03 7 f 3. 8 to. 9.10, 10.15. 11.07 a ml 1.80 3.00, 3.50, 5.10, COS. 7.05 9.30. 10 37 and 11 OS p m On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m: 3X0. 5.10. 7.05. 7.89, JSO and 10.37 P m . Tlckots and Information at tho offlcc, northeast corner of Thtrtcentti street and Pennsylvania arenuennd nt tho nation, where orders can bo left for tho checktne of banrage to destination from hotels and roil deuces. ciias. n. ruan, j. it. wood. Oeaeral Manager. Ocnl. Tass. Agent, Hnliinioio nnd Ohio Rnihond. S( hedule In effect Juno 30, 13M. Loovo VftlilnRton from station corner o( New Jerter avenue and (J street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vcst'bulod limited ex pre dally 11.30 a m, expre 930pm. ForCinciknati, St. Louis and Indianapolis express daily S.JOatid 11 30 pm. Fon Pittsbi'bo and Cleveland, express dill 8 su am and 8.40 p.m. For LEXiNeruN ami points In the Shonaadoab Valley, 1U0 am. For W iM-Hmia and war stations, 15.30 p ra. For Lphay, ts JO ami '3.40 p m. For Baltimore, week days, 4 05, 5.00, 0.J3, 7X I 7JO3.lO 4J-mlnutes),8.S0. J SO. (lt.00, 18.00 45-inlnulos) a.m.li.10,3 13 (.',& IV minute). (3.13, 45-mlnutes), 3.83, 4 i), 4 V), AM (l.tO, sSmlnntes). 3.30 0.00, 0 15, C.30, 7.10. 7.30,8.36, 9..'U. (0 30 and 1133 p.m. hundays, 4 OS, 7.80, 7.30, 8 30, 0 30 a m. (11CO, IS minutes) 1.00. 3.13, (8.50, 45-mlii utea)ias,i.i,3t, (1.50, 45 minutes) 0JM. 0.13. 6.80, 7.30, 8.K, 10 J ', 11.30 p m. Fon Wat bTATiom between Washington and neiiimore. sro. 6.. 8.30 am., has, 3sa, 4.W, s 8u. 11 jo p m. uundays, a.'JO a m., 1.00, 3 H, 4.38, 60. 11.30 pm. Trains leave Baltimore for Washington, weuk dy, 5.IAI, U.30, 0.30.7.13, 7.W, S.00, H.30. 835. 9.30 and 10.80. 10.15 ft tn.; li.lW, 18.10. 8.10, 8.3", 8.80, 4 00, 4.13, 3 00. 8 OO.O.30! 7.C0, 7 10, 8.80, 8.30, 9 00. 10.10, 10.30 and 11 A) p m. Sundavs. 6 30, 7 15. 8 30. 8 J, O.'JJ, 10. J). 10..16am.,18 00. 1.03,8 10,330,4.11 5,00,8.30. 7X0. 7 30, 8 t 8 30, 10 10, 10.30 and 1 l.W n m! Fob Anxai-ouj.G.36 and 8.30 a m., 13-tOand 4 30 p in. Sunday. 8 30 a m., 4 ?1 p ia. Leate Annapblle. 6.33. 8.37 a m., U 05, & p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m., 3. 3) p m. Fua bTATion oa the Metropo.ltaa Drana t 30, 8 30 a in.. 1. 13 p m. For prltc! statluB wily, tlO.10 a m.,tl.30 and t3.3 Fob iiocKTiujt aad Way Stations, tt 33 p m. Fvm Oaitkuk aad Intermediate pclnt t9.ee, tie ), tnxoa m., tl.tw, tj.oo, ,,. Fe lkii'niiiut laterawsllate stations, 0 I'm Chihch train leave Washington on Sanda at 1 13 p m., toiHlug at all stations oa Metropolitan Braaeli. yoKr-i.Eiirnuk.ie.SO. 18.30, .so 111.30 am.. U.is. ts.30. ti.w p m. Fua Haseistowm, tw.40 a m. and tS.T) p m. TBAiiARHiVElroa fbloago daily 11.13 ant aad 4.14 p s; f rosi Cincinnati asd hi. LouU daily 3.UI a iu and 3.0S p in; f rum Pittsburg 7.10 tt ra. i.se p m daily. NKW YOBK 4 PBIUDELPIIIA UIVI5ION, For New Yoaa, Trenton. Newark, N, J , and liabeth. N. J , '106, ttlX). '10.00, M-' 00 am. . siJW and 10.10 p m, Buffet I'driorCareoa alldaytnilBs. Sleeping nr oa the 10.30 p m, 04HD at 8.U) p m. Fes Philaucu-uu, IXS, tdOO. '10.00. 'H0O woe, !., ijt), '.l aad '10 o m. Fob EftABa, Del , WUstlagtoa and Cljo.ter, I.SS. te.eo an, 80u uoon, '.'50, 'l.W, .14abd30pM. Fas imtuuikuate ytHUTt between Ua'tlTiira aad I'bl.udelptda, t J 00 aud T 80 a m, MM, Ijwpia. TKAiae leave New York for Washlagf?. u 00. tll.aa a n, H.OO, 'ISC, 5 00 p m mi Uliulgbt. TaAttMtuuiE PkUadelpbta lor Wairng'oit, IJM. .!. ., '11M a m, tl W, 'Lil, 3.50 'TSSpw. Fsw Bortui, tM p with Puiluian Daffot bhwpln; Car lauakac tLrouglt t Bo,i ti without 1 ha, via PouiLSeei-'e lir.l;; taaJhur tnnenuew Iu B. ll. atdl!.. i at Fit Atlantic Citt, I as aad lOa am.l?00 aooa, Suadaye, 146 aw, -JO'.. .. n ail H. SO pat. JOHNP.AGNEWiSc.CO Wbotaale aad Metatl Dealers In Aitaite 31 Gage's Creek Coal, Ofr-ICM: 1131 Fa. are. iCorcoraa Buill'.tw). YAKU: Cor. U t- and DeL av? TKLBPBOMS: Office. 518 3; Ya-i 7" JUKUIVAL. 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C1.S9. 8oUbyt-.tJi& CWICMCSTCBS ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS- K Btol C ' la.tau-joi Bi uoa J nuiws TtfetBcmLfc- 1.1k. n r w ktul Wft Vijaiam, 1 su. rtu-w rfc f asc auuxaiaa. aac a meiiifs