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THE DAILY CIUTIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1890.
H The Daily Critic V1XX KPnOlALl. RsWften'a New Fait CWmts. John RthMen, the pioneer installment man, fcrniralif hiMfA M Mo and aw seventh street Bttthttest, has Inst returned from tn east ttew sttth an immense supply of nil w Mmrtkeetvtnt: notf. carpets, stores. . etc. Ton ran famish In enwrl f fhi rmsn ymir nonsc i mm at thu Mot, with cm !WW, on the Installment plan. W, II, Ilntiehtnn C.' Immeino ltettnettoits. o M examine their lovely Parlor sal's. Ss ror suo miner in i ntrrr or sotm Ht wire frr alt nnseasonable too Is. sMfem of carpet that cannot h tied, at nrt-w which vrtll Sttf-nMs $t. At to he shown those SolM Oak md o Sne, 1 iieee, for $11. Also tttetf 5H, Iftleees, of Solid ok Bedroou Snltes. TBef Unites arc all DAtsrts. and will, no sraraoi, piease mo rnmi rasitwons pnr.?ner. Altowersfor Wall papering for the next two wvefcs at 35 percent dlwuiil. est nmfflRi. at W H ItorfinTai A Co '. Kit lrt F street northwest . The Nnilttnnl Sure Iepnlt Unmtmnj, War. lath St. ami N. V. Ave'lne. lifttsrnssj for Silverware, Jewelry Las?vs, tffPB litwaja JffMI (jHaraia lamtesaMt. is and valuable of alt kind. sare ieptxlt botes fer rant at the vary lowest rate. MISTAKE OF 1B&NTIFIGAT19N. Mr. Slebold'A friends Thnnglit 111 lleily itni nt the Mnrgne. Ite rertcnlaT afternoon wonl was sent out that the body of the man who bad been fount! dying In the square opposite Harris" Theatre, had been Identified at that or ThatMeus 8 Slelwld. Thlsdts covery was matte by Dr Mary Walker ami Belva Lnckwrnnl who haprwnetl to stop at the New Jersey avenue station on their way from the Capitol Tester day afternoon. They wete so well satisfied or It that they went to his room In the FwIomI BuIUHdk, comer of StventU ami K streets, and found the room unoccupied. "When the janitor of the Imlldlnjc heard that Stelwhl was dead and at the morgue he Immediately went there and at once saw that It was not StetwI.I as he had seen Blelmhl at noon yesterday. Later In the evening Slelwlu learned that he was thought to lie dead at the morgue. Thus the mystery as to who the man Is has not been cleared up Jot- COLORED BAPTISTS IN CONVENTION Kxpress Tlielr friendly Uetatlonslilp for the Caucasian lUcn. The ftftornoon session of the First Washington Baptist Association yeitcr tlny was devoted to addresses and re ligious oxerclaes. The llev. W. U. Johnson made an oarnest appeal for linmc mission and educational funds, and acalnst the spcmllni; of money on foreign missions Or. William U. Uny alto delivered a discourse upon thesame t object, and was attentively listened to by thu large number present. A .number of resolutions were Intro duced expressing friendly relationship with the Caucasian race, a ilosl.e for the uparallon or Church and Sltte, and tltnmiiicliijr the shotgun In the South at d the strike In thu North as enemies to the ooloritl race. THEY WERE FRIENDS OF HIS Ami Hi Opeuril III lUr uu HuuiUy to Ticut Tlieiu. Henry DUmer, the keener or a saloon In the Hotel Hanover, at the corner of Third street and Pennsylvania avenue louthwest, whs In court to-day charged llh keeping a Sunday liar. Sergeant l'alvey and Officer Slury said that they taw a lumber of men go In the place fin Sunday and take drinks. DUnwr on Sunday had atteodt d a meeting of tbalSlack KalghUofa German organi zation. At this miulliiic committee was ap pointed, of which he was a member, awl they went Into his idaco for a con firence ami lie Heated them. Julge Miller ahl that it was notthenroner thing to open his bar on Suaday. but J UlSBilAMMI im ctr. A BIG REWARD OFFERED J'cr Ihe 1'crsMua XVliu Uouaeit Mia Cultlu far Acclilent. The Cable comiwny have offered a rewaiU of f500 for Ihe arrest and coa vleliou of the neison or perona who placed the spike In thu Uot of the track the other day. The police seem Inclined to the be Ikf that the aplke wua dropped cm the lit c aetklvmally aad uwniwl aloag by tUs car uutll ihe railroad eroMing where the scckknt occurred. SutierlateadaBt Sailor df the railroad eompaay doei imjI take hiucU uW lu tbU thwiry aul fclill ftU satiated that the epike was put there by boys, Unit WllncMtw fur thu I'ratecutluo. iln. Hridget Jjey w la the V4be Court this afUsrsooa, eharced Mitk rttaaUg tut unllecMd bar. OiM ur I'rkr and four colored petaoas Vii(itb Maast aalBt Iter, but ut 1 1 el Hn-na trtdd swear tbey bad oh ltv lto.ii.r ui her plee. Tbey had litusfy ute (Mtn I'aiker aad 'sM id ihal Ihfj had. Ju4ge Miller mI V had so other alterative but to rbwlw ta ease, but be was ibtltaed to II f ofdrioa taat two of u "Hnnant lad perjured tkewulvcs. A llrHk lhraunr l'lu&d. Ault Ckkky a Ufure Judge Mil tr te-r el)argd by IlearivU AauW w nulla asMultiag her itk a brick. Tim bMicr bad just left ike VirgUU Aymw HasiM Church, wiser aba aad a Misaawr at Utver otor d wosmb wte ptetwiag duMar for the haaeft of Um ikmuk. Saw VMtiaed that akw was kimtk ia Use awaU uf Use back aad had lat wiad ksvocked out of bar foe savatal fctrnaste. Judge MUJar UuuuMd a tlat Waulswi Ut VUtti lit 4 l-jer oid boy, wao yaw bis irnat as Joa Wtttw, was takas to Saaitary Ottmct Ktaak yatteaday aftaraooa. He Uikl M Fraafi that be had footed U all tba way m fnMB Merry Oaks, Cai- CtMuaty, K C . aad that be wasted lo ted bis boUir, Waber Wlhus, wkou. be tkMi,)a ws bere. Uk fudiy have tiaa tuffnifd of bis waeteabouU. CUUIL-1 M'U VuMmhc a Mnu. QHtlii Trawweli lul sigbi arreatad IMtvt Coitert. a aegso. aad luctol iu. aitiUtbattCiiaott. Cd- l st tujuus;d to kav tjeea uk v o cut WiHlast Cook la sow 4 t&,Il m$om& that the ITiiait . ' Thaw b) a place m b eaa rucb, I TiMMtfe t.luwuu vtdice taata, nrH cfeate uu ytmm ca hreak, 1kt l lk w fMutlvw wake. uf iaiw mwim imiw vis aa i Uite will Kakt tut uur etuu'sjc, tuat ki sajtat M yoii b otjli'lei ffiflp skat latitat ill a itMf atttogi. attlaoa -. ' , vear g uiiUiacly to Uwll Uui, ' a 1 u,.ib letigtjiaa uut taJ Jlu iiiiiily care. FotUietiJJ Lu t.akcuia,4 urgAU. tau - 1 U iiri.e' Oullas) MwW , . .-, i MuuJoriui ruiafati,fe - , -i I ilifTMia d Uk- it i. iLc WuoJ and ivocatet Uus- ' Lhci.tijf turOfm it ajtaluti 4iMt. i 1UI SPORTING GOSSIP FIELD AND TRACK STOUTS OP THE COLUMBIA ATHLffHC CLUB, tm ffllEMTS THE ffmUMt htkq d Msetiug TRi Twrai wmi al k Btttt Park T Mwrsw's awl FWd8. The fsll traek ami fleld sports of the Columbia Alhtotfc Clttb lrk place at Analostan Islaml ywtenlay afternoon. The prognmime was only parti illy ctr tfetl out owing to the rain, which also bad the effect of keeping a great miny away, who otherwise would have at kmled. Those who braved the ele ments, however, were well recompensed for the discomforts attending their presence, for the exhibition was a highly crcMiiauie one, penormeu as It was un der very dlscouraglntr circumstances. The participants did some very cred itable work, although the records made do not represent the best that can be done by the contestants, owing to the slippery condition of the grounds. Howard Perry, the secretary of the club, acted as referee. The first event was a standing broad jump, for which there were five con testants. W. 11. lloggart won, jump ing 0 feet. 10J Inches, and Wilson was etcond, Ofeet, 10 Inches. Ten men were entered In the 100 yard handicap, and It was n heat race, the winners being Elliott, Sprlneman, Clark and King. In thu tlnal heat hlllott won In 10 2 5 seconds, with Sprlneman second. 11. 31. Wilson, It. J Denll and J. M. Dashlcll were the polo vault contest ants. Dashloll and Wilson vaulted each 8 cct 4 Inches, but the latter won, having bcon allowed 4 Inches by the hnndlcappcr. J. C. Irwin put the shot 33 feel, 101 Inches and won the prlzo In that event, and also won In the 10-pound hammer throwing with a record of 07 feet, 5 Inches. Tuo handicap run of 320 yards had hut four starters J. 11. Elliott, scratch. Sprlginan, 3 yards; Elder, 8 ynrds, and Clnrko, 12 yards. Elder won In 21 itconds. with Elliott second. The rain put a stop to the sport at this time, and It was decided to postpone the other and more lntcrestlue events to some future time. The tennis players of Le Droit Park have dccldid to hold thtlr anninl fall tourtnincnt. otien to all members of Talk clubs on anil after Tuesday next, SipimUrlO Sir. Clarence McCuii laud, who will take entire clmge of the plajlfg. hn been selected to act as rcfrif. First and ccond prized In tlnglta wlllbe olTeied, the winner or the first pi Ue In play Sir. Ilarnard for thu Ilanlfon Trophy" and the chum plnuOiip. ihcMcoud pilze to be awarded ti II e 'ninuer up." Sir. Duuglas Dyrcnforth, one or the j!onccrs of the game In Washington, lias contributed as an annual prize for doubles a solid silver trophy valued at 4.7S. A second prize Is offered to the "lunncr up" In doubles Young and Follden weto at the Slarble Saloon last ulght trying to arrange for a flght for the light weight champion ship. A good deal of talking was In dulged In. hut no definite agreement was reached, and the party broke up, with thoagrctmsut to meet agiln to ulght, when It Is expected that articles of BKUuncnt will bo signed and the match arranged. Each side will have to con ride something, as It will not do for either or the men. at this time, to Inter poe objections to prevent a rlht. unless be wlslu-s to Incur the suspicion of not uuirtng to make the match. To morrow afternoon the Hargea Point Athletic Club team will meat the Columbia Athletic team In the second game for Ihe Eastern championship of the Amateur Athletic Union. It will be playid at Analostan Island, the first jmrnc lmvlni; taken place at Ilergea Point laH Saturday, when the Colum bian were difeated. If the visitors sue cud in carrying oft this game it will give them the championship, and they will have the honor of playing the De troit Club for the championship of the Uhitid .States. If the CoIumbUa win, a thlid game will be necessary, arid will be playid at Cape Slay. The following are Ihe names am positions of the teams: Columbus K. J WaUfa, pitcher; F. II. Ihricy, eatcber; J. H. Sprlgwau, Hrst 1mm; J. B (Jreeu, seeowi base; O. Y. Burks, thud Ue; W.J. Balway, short stop: $ J. KiBK, left Jfcfcl; K. J. fUall, cosier aehl; 11. M. IMckiasou, right UvU; J. M. lUhirf Slid J. K. Jouu, extras. J.rsejIUs-Carey, sbcrtHop; L'baaev, tbbd bate; W. Cuile, eteber; UmiUt, ark bs, Swui4iBtf, toiut Um; MeBuruer, itbt aehl: KulW, ift (WW; J. M. Curry, Mler Bttkl; Masks, yUchar, aad W. J. Cuiij, W eUwvett aait MaUc, exua. The executive cUtee of the W ik iejtloa Jtlusy Club held a matiag UU blgbt at the ottce of the prsi'Ut, V. SI. Draaiy. It wa decided to kv Mr. DrBy go to New York for a can Ifitute with the KottbarB borsewea kBd aieettaia the outlook foe tka aa IMoaeUag fail (Heedag. Upo bit re turn a piograuuae siaUkr to that of taa sfMtsg ncatlag will beatraaged with IMaalbJy a few addad apaeUl featuias HtiHekaf to atlratt tke owaats of hom- Tke tlub has decUad to offer tia.uuo ia ituaca. aad tua ataatiag will bagla Uetobar au aad Uat ettkar eigbi or tea days. Libt lufaulif at U'luahuUr, Tie fair of lb 8bcsadak Yaltey Ajti4.lailoa bag piovssa a great suoeaat, sad act UkaUadiag the rata wakh MCaild yeatotday it ia eaiiutated that Sjm jit4 were la atteadaace. Wkau tk trais btaiiog the Waabiaf loa Light laairy Cop arrived at wlactuter. at li 98 o'ciuck. beaded by a i-"iiimHtt if the fak ataociatkiiB (a carriages, laey piuxtdtd to tk gcouwat over Mutddy Uiiets aad roada. A.I tke fair grouadi as addas of welcome to lac baUaltoa 1 wti aude by JLtjui 11. L. IX Lewis. : fwakk-Bt of the maoclaltoa. md mwwkd to by Casiaia Joks b KUkr. i 4 drewt pwdJ was give at 9 o'clock. aad at 3 o'clock lb ae was md lck to tows. At 7 o'clock tke c na He)asUa KkiM, UleV llHtJTtjk'l' Ol MrlAfcfi ttfa'altg thsfl fTfJtlflfJIlt AsUsl Wh& WaVfl AUrdfcaU.Ca Oli 'fliU fyf Jaksi BftfftstiS alafttl t?4JrlsWai YfiaataCaiAV Ha4al M3E seated Lt aigbt aad kicked vvp at tke V J:eel biatioa. Sk i sMf4 witk a aviia-iag Tlafff (JatllllH ill 11 " m j" tiluji Jackaoa, a youMf coJid mv, bo aiuie tkJUty aU haMM of ie vaJue ui one ceat aack. wa oe Itiai u the Polite Court to day. He ttok tltssw ftoca as llaUao fruM veoler ud got aay Uuuugk as aitey Jai WITH MASONIC FION3R3 The Corner-Stnne of n New llnptlat Ohnreh Is I.nltl. The cottier stowe of the newly con 1itrcttd Yetmont Aternre Barrtftt Chnrch ws laid yesterday sfttTiroon, with approptlste religious exercises. In tin? mhlst of a rsln -storm. The Oraml Lodge of Slasons was presetit, ami the ceremony was con ducted by Oraml Slaster liemos. In the box had been placet! coins, papers, copies of the lllble ami documents of hittotlcal Interest by llev. James II. Lee, pastor of the church. me cbttrch was crowiietl, ami all the colored Ilaptlst preachers In the city were present. A sermon was delivered by llev. Dr. It H. Laws from the tett "Surely the Lord Is In thl pUce?" In the course of his remark he said he re mcmliered when the place on which the church stood was a pool of stagnant water. The church, he sild, had been otganfreii nearly a century ago, and had prof pered. Prayer was olTeretl by llev. J. W. Perry or Baltimore. The large crowd did not seem to mind the tain, and listened to an oration by S. Hoger Watts, past grand master or the eraml lodge. The benediction was pronounced by Chaplain I). 11. Dade or the grand lodge. HIS ANXIETY TO SUICIDE VANISHED When Ho Struck the Water, ami He Wanted to Live. Last night about 12 o'clock Policeman Prathcr and some citizens heard loud outcries coming rrom the direction or the Navy Yard Bridge. They rushed to the place, and found a man thrashing around In the water. They succeeded In getting him out of the water after he had sunk the second llmo. Arter being resuscitated he gave his name as Charles Whaling, and sold that he lived at No. 223 A street southeast. Whaling jumped Into the river with the Intention or committing suicide, hut had been In the water hut a short time bcroro ho repented and beean calling ror help at tho top of his voice. Ho hns of late been very despondent nnd has frequently threatened to com mit suicide. FOOND DROWNED. An Old Soldier In the f.nko nt the Hotillers' Hume. MIrbael Bryson, an old soldier, was found drowned In tho lake In the Sol diers' Homo grounds this morning at 0 o'clock. Bryeon has been an Inmate of tho Soldiers' Homo lor some time. Ho was fonnerly a member of Company It, Sixth United Slatos Infantry, nnd was nlso a Slcxlcan veteran. It Is not posi tively known whether ho accidentally wandered Into tho lake last nleht arter dark or committed suicide. There are no li dlcatlons or any violence having been used. C. rimer Patterson has been notified. nnd will make an investigation this allitnoon. The test Per "imllj-.Comliielmt Tour to CreKin Jiprloc n the Alleclienle tin I'rnnsylvnnta Itullrnnd. The great sueceM of till series of tours to Crrreon has been moat granting to the management. The personally-conducted feature, since Us Inauguration by Hie l'enn sjlvunla Kallroflil Company, has always iKen held In the highest public favor, and the attractive and healthy location of Cres Mu, perched In the very heart of the Alle icheiiles, surrounded and endowed by all lu Nature to attract and benefit, cannot hut help draw to Its door every lover of wild and rumaniic ecetiery Modern Improve ment and luxury hue found their way over the wild mountain pastes and assert theui Mlwa In the Mountain House. Ttiectiarm IrgUaysof nild-ptemher are considered tbeuioet attractive of the year, while the nights are simply glorious. The train of 1'ullman parlor cars and day roaches will leave Washington on Thursday. Heptemher 1Mb, at K to a. ro. , Holtlmore 0.00 a. m. The itHiud-trlp rate, Including one day'a hoard at the Mountain House, la $8.00 from Wash ington and Baltimore, and proportionate rate from other stations. A Tourist .Went and Chaperon will accompany the party. iieiurn coupon are vaiui ror ten uay. uur IbiC which time a special rate of board will tie given by the management of the Moun tain House. Verdict of Accidental DruwnlnE'. At the coroner's Inquest, held last tveolng at 7 o'clock over the body of the man found in the river near Alex andria, a verdict was given or acci dental drowning. No evldenee wai shown or the man having met with foul play. No one has as yet been able to Identify the re mill as. The ltoyal nine l.lno Ia not (-Imply a single train of basdtoeaejy nuUhed pattenger oajfcwi. Alt the trlM la mm ice lU B. ,t O. It. it. between Wash iuetoe, lialtluiore, IhlliJelphla and New York eoealst of this maguf neest new equip Uient, eoitnclng all the device- and appll uu apfiroved by car-, ulhlera that eon tribute to the suf.ly and uoaifort of trateler. No extra fare I ebaricrd ou aoy of these train I'woUKvrs occupying ruuuiau pari or or ueepug ar accouiuio uatkne wl.l Le e barged the euutuary rate fur tame. Catarrh IS a blood dbveae. Until tba poUou Is expelled from tba syeteut, there cao lie no cure for tuts loathsome ami daagaroua malady. Tb&rvtore, the only affective treatment U a thorough couraa of Ayer'i SarsupariUa tbe best cf all Uood punftan. The soo&er you begin the better ; dkiy ut daagerou. " I wm troubled with catarrh for over two year. I triad arioiM reuiedie, aud wa treated by a uuuifeur of ukyu eiaa. but received uo Iwutlit uutll 1 sMgaa to take Ayr' Safiattarilhi. A ktx buttlti of tab) uiwlk-iue cured ma of this UuuulKHome cojuplaiut aad couv tdatety reatored ujy health " JeaaaH. KmHP. iivlueaa Mill, K C. "yfiita. Ayer's Sawanartila was ieo ffrwwi'Ti'H1 to lue for catarrh, I ww iu elittcd to doubt it esskacy. Haviag tried to uumy lemedic, ith Uttl bca dt, I had uo buih that auytbiug ouid erne sue- I Uraine eiuactatwi frow lu of aiipetil and unpaired digeetiou. I had tu-arly luet the mum of auutU, aad ui yuui a a badly dcraaged. Iu about dia'.ouraged, whea a frteud urged aus to try Ayer's ttaiaHtanUa, aud re lirted uw to puraoiw wboiu U aad uxed of laiarrh. After takiug half a doaeu bottle, uf tla UMrtlu-ute, I aiu eoavuual tLj.t the uuly sure way of treistius thu obatiuate di-M-ase t through the blood." -Chiub H MaJoutj, 113 Kntr at., flyer's Sarsaparilla, iraiFtaio ax Or. a. C- Ajar V Co-, Lowai, Maas. trim J. aulwuio. ai- Wt i sottta- ? MINGO Royal Blae Ltine BETWEEN IIW YORK, PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The entire equipment is brand new and consists of the finest Baggage Cars, Coaches, Parlor and Sleeping Cars ever built by the Pullman Company. The Trains a re Ycstlbuled from end to end and protected by Pullman's Im pro veil Anti-Tel escoping Device. All the Cars In llF Sin illlll Under Devices Conlrolleil by tho Safety Car Heating and Lighting Company of New York. NO EXTRA FARE. Passengers occupying Parlor Car Scats or Sleeping Car Berths will pay the ordinary charges lor same. This Is ihe Only Lino llunnlng Trains from Washington In 5 Hours to New York Ticket Ofllcos, CIO and T51 Pennsylvania avenue, and Depot corner Now Jersey avenue and O street . au30.2w James B. Liambie, HKRDMHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. For ImproTod and economic cookery. Use It for h'oups, Saucos.Mado Dishes ((lame. Fish, etc). Aspic or Moat Jelly. Keeps perfectly In all climates for anr length of time, and Is cheaper ami of finer ftaror than anr other stock. One pound i-rtual to forty pounds of lean hoof of the val ue of about S7.50 Company's EXTBACT OF BEEF. Genuine only with Justus vnn i.iuhls' signature as shown. 11 NEW DEPARTURE. Southwest Coiner Hfnth and E Sheds Northwest Can lie Foaod One of the Largest Stocks of HATS. Furnishing Goods AND CLOTHING Kver shown to the public of Washington. Ijiwl'rtetn wilt prevail at all times. Our motto will h e Qulek halo and Smalt Profit. Do not tall to visit oar store for Bargains, as we can sell HATS, FUIiNISIIlNa GOODS aal CLOTHINC at 25 PER CENT. LBS than aay other bouse in tbU District. as we naaafie ture all oar owa goods. To he eoovloeed give us a ee.Il, H. FRIEDLANDER, S. W, COIl. OTII AXIl E NTS. N. ae.tsa W. IWKCB MUCK mox. -UTIsOTTDR- Aad rati west always have haaatsf at Mraait. stutss aad Rasaassa, WshSteeaht asasMit. esav at fleet stcaat aaat lasHaan amaaa. WM. M. (SALT & CO. if OTKLH iJB UtUiTAtlUSNTti. NEW YORK BUFFET, 4t TWH aintstKV K. W. Heat aaet .ysmiif Tiinnmi km taa ufcy- iav jambs s. nrXifHtiiH. gsatKitnir, sssw-ti nMUt: WAsfcTOsi. . 0. Aiaay an! Kavy HaaiistMjHaw, Susif ssssa 9Vxa aaMa&sss. T MsfhsttfiiQat. sssHnarii s ssjpswsss sppsessj ts W 'sWB'sW' lDrteaUisf iTyiiJAM : a I Vf PtssssswSssTp 4p ..rK4H. & f iaflsssssssssssssssi tatsi- SMaU. 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Not 3-Tkit Milta Dillarst ay OUVaUt ornc. Twmvsawiutas. Siggle Numbapt , SOe. fo 8.11 aM,ffcffffjHaj eajaJ gmui2 (Usssl, 4sssss ssoiladil KisssniMr -nnf HPMf sllass5PsPsssssj sssf MST "ssi"' ssjpswpnss" sssas." assssstaassssssssl flat sssssssssssl&as flf sssaskksV j(slsWPsBsr bss PIP' P ssns- LIE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOSIOK. A LUMB 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. IHE!, BITTINGER & MILLER, Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS, GAS BOILERS, .MAKE TEl 02 C4FFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the cooldng is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALS WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,1 MY TOUB TRTJHKS AUD HAEIESS "W Tr TRl "Pj taa&aHiaal sanaWal ka fcJswaW aaiJUaMaml W Btvectii tit N W , naxt R YARD u SALE. HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO I Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. $1.1 5 and $1.50. IN 10 OB 15 M1HDIB5. BY TUB -AS- SSI7 S- arBHasf ayaksMatia' ajasasMfll tTms' a Ul-1 FUlowi HU. RAILROADS, S- S- - S S- S- s s s S- s- The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. DottM Track. Pplendld Scenery. Steel Ralls. M7ilftrent Kqulpmcut Tn effect May llth.isoo. Trains reave Wasbtiwton.trom station, cor ner of Sixth and U street., as follow- Fen Prrrsirrim and the West. rhi"ac.i t'ml tfd S press of Pnllman Veti bole r arj at lOWamdany; Fast Line, lOBoamdajrt j CWeaco. Unmmbns and Pt Ixjius with MjJptBB Cars from narrishnrirto lndtanan WS. rttt.burR to Cnlnmbtis; Atrooit ft ChteBo. htjUmle. Cblcaeo and cm mnatl Express, S SO r m dally rarior Car Wash trgtw to narrlsbnrir, and sif-onlne tars IlarrhburR to St. Louis, chlraeo and tin einnatl, amt Dlntna; Car narrisbnrr to St IiOUis, t liloax and Cincinnati West, rn Kx rres8,atT.4)rm dally, with sleeping Cars WasWneton to Chicago nnd 8t Iajd s. ran ncetlng dally at llarrlsbnrjr with throauh Sleepers for fnisrllleand Jfemphls 111 1 . Bwm Dtntof Car nttshnrr to R chmond and CMeaeo. raplde KxpreM00O pmilaiiy, forPlttebtirjrand the West, with ihro.-o Steeper to fittsborr and ruuburgtochl BAIMOHR AND POTOMAC ItAtLnOAD. Fn Kask, ranandalKna, Itoohester and Nl airars FaHs dally, except Sunday, a lo a ra. F3" E.5f5- Vanftn.I,B',a nd Rnrhestor da r; rnt'ochtrr!" 8lMP'n arVVa,h tSw'&ySaT.1'11 Fw W itttAMsroitT, daily, 1.30 tin' P,!r5Vfe!l?!',;'?u,.rJewYot'c Rn' l East, 1-2' Sffli n (,.?n-d UM ft m s ". 3 15, a B.W. 10 00 ami 11 so pra. On Snnday,9.oo, lt. a m, 3 10. 3.15, i so, to oo and II So p u TJmtffksrl sTTnrssisisi r9 tHs11rHA r--.!-.( 9.40 a m dally, exrept Snnday. Fon New York only, Limited BxprC33 with IHnlBff Car, 5 00 p ra dally. Fob rniLApELriitA only. Fast Bxplos 8 10 a m weekdays and 4 p ra dally. Express Similar- only. Stop m. Fob Boston without change, S.1S pra every nay. Fon rnooKt.Ti, N. Y all through trains con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affordlnc direct transfer to Fulton street arotdlngdouble ferriage across New 1 ork City. For Atlantic Cut, 11.10 a m week-days, 11.30 pm dally. Ton PAttr KonE. 6.35. 7.OT, R.tO, 9 00 0 40. 10 00. 10), II COand 11.40a u, U.05, a 10, 3.15 3Jo! 4 (fo. 4 SO, 4 SO, 8 to. 5.40. 0 00. W, 10.00 ani 1I.W p m. On Sunday 9.00 9 0 10. '0, 11 to a m. 8.10, 3.15, 3.10, 4 00, 4 so. 5.00, 5. 10, C 00. T.4P, to oo and 1 1 so p m. ' ' Fon t'ora's CnxxK Line, T M a m and f.30 p ra dally, except Sunday. For AauArotrs, 7,so and 9.00 a ra, 11.05 and tsopm dally, except Sunday. Sundays. 0 00 ft.m and 4.S0 p m. WAsniNOTON sotrrnKitN hailwat In effoct May nth, 1890. Fon AWXAHDntA, 4 30, 035, 745, 840, 9.43. 10.57a m. 12.01 noon.9 05. 3 30, 4.85, 4.53. 0.OlI 8.0, 10.06 and 1 1.30 p rn. On Sunday at 4 30. 7.45. 9 45 10.57, a m, 3.30, 0.01, 8, and 10.03 p. m. AreoJiJioDATioK for Qnantlco. 7.IS a raand 45 pm wtck-days. 7.45am Sundays. Fon Kti MMoMi) and tho South, 4 30 and to.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.65 p m wcok- TnAinslcaro Alexandria for Washington, 0.03 7 is, 8 to. 0.10. 10.13. 11.07 a m: 1.20. 3.oo, 3J. B.10, 0W. 7.05 0.S0. 10 S7 nnd 1ICW p m pn Sunday nt 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 2.00. 3.10. 7.05 7.S9. i SO nnd lu.37 p m. ' Tickets and Information at tho omce. northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho nation, where onlcra enn bo left for the checking n liaggago to destination from hotels and resi dences. ciiAs. k. rcon, j. n. wood. Ocuetal Manager. Oenl. fass. Agont, Ilnllinturo and Ohio Railroad. Schedule In effect Jnno SO, tSOO. Leovo Was htvBton from station corner of 7cw Jcrter avenuo and CJ street. Fon Chicaoo and Northwest, Vestlbuled Llmlled express dally 11.30 a m, express v.top m. Fok CiacitoiATi, St. Loots nnd Indianapolis express daily 3.t0 aid 11.50 pm. r2.J',tT,Dl";a aBd tloveland, oxprcss dill 0 ) am and 8.40 p. m. Fon i.ixiioton ana points In tho Shonandoab alley, ll.0a m. Fon W ixrmsTtn and way stations, tt.SJ p m, Fon LonAr. tjjo and 8.40 p m. Fon llALTixuni, week days, 4.C5,SOO. B.'J. 7JC0 7J 18.10 1J-nilnutesi,ft.w, 9.30. (It.O). ts.co 43-mlnutes) a.m. li.io.s.w (J.50 4V minutes), (3.15, 45-mlnutes), 3.S3, 4.80, 4 30. 4 J (I.t0, sS-mtnntos). S.) 0.00, 0 15, B.so! 7.10. 7.3U, 8.36, 9.tU. 10 30 and It 30 p. m. r-rncajs. 4 (, 7. SO, 70, 8J0, 930 a m. (ItCO, 45 minutes) l Co. 2.13, (i50, 4S-m!n Utes) 3.S5, 4.8i, 4 JK, H.50, 15 minutes) B.0u. e.iSj8.so,7JO,ej.ioj.ii.sopm. Von at hTATioNs between Washington and i,2i,l'n"f"-. . 0.X, 8.30 am., t3.10,3.V3, 4.w,ou. HJOpm. Sntidays.sJOam., t.W. 8J!,4.W. 8.SU, Jl.SOpm. "...w, TRAts ixAT8 IIawimobk for Washington, week d)S. 5.10, tt.SU, 0.I0.7.15, 7.40.8.00. so-8. 9-s and loo, 10.33a m.; 1100, Hi0--.10- S-3P s , 4 00, 4.13, 5.00, 0 00, 120, 1X0, 7.10, 8.30. 8.30, 9 10 10.10, 10.SO and 11.00 P.m. buudars. 0 30. 7.15. 8 30, 8.33, 9. J), 10.00. 0M a in.. 1S.W. t 03.310,8 30,4,15 5.CO,0o! 7 JO, 7 30, 8., 8.30, 10 10, I0.S0 and 1 1.00 p m. Fur Annaitjus.o.So and 8.30 a m., li-lOand 4 30 p m, bundays. 8 30 a m., 4W p m. LeaeAunapIU 6 35. 8.37 a m.. UM, , 3M pa. Sundays, 8 30 a m 3.5 p m. Foh bTATioxs oo the ilotropo'ltan Brans t.3fl, a.su a m.. 11.13 p m. For prlicliil '""'"" u4ijr, tiu.su a m., tiju ana tsuti pra. Fob Hocktilu and Way Stations, tl 33 p m. Fob (UiTHiiiuwoRo and Intermediate pc'nts, t.ee,tto), tiuoa a., tl.oo, t4.oor-.lS t.,Jioo,tii.copm. ' ' ' FoBBoiu'sand Intersaedlate stations, .9 pm. Chuhoh tba in leaves Washington on Sunda atl 13 p m., ttopplng at all atatloas on Metropolitan Branch F??,?,,;i'KV,,:w''SM' 5150 rlt-30am., Si.is, ta.so, ti.iw p m. Foa Uautou h, tio.40 a m. and tl.so p m. Tmix jhkivz Irora Cblcago dally 11 nam a lid 4.I1. p m; from Cincinnati and ht Louis daily 3.u) a m and s.os p m; from rtttsborit 7.19 a ra. S.J0 p m daily. NEW YORK 4 I'MLADKLriHA DIVISION. Fob Nr.w York, Trentoa. Newark, N J . and lllaaheth, N. J , '108. t8 00, 'W.C0, U'U) an. 20. l.50 and 10 30 p m. Buffet ' 1'nrkir t an oa all day trains, sleeplnz Car oa the lu 30 p ra. 0wu t 9.(0 p m. Fob Fuilauelthia, SI45, t3 00. stO.00, liOO soon, j.aj, ! 88, ".is and 'W.) p m. Fob ItxwABK, Del , Wllmlogtoa and Chester, lOf, tew a m, 100 noon, '.'W, ISO, S la and '1130 pra. Fob imtkbmidutb ioikts between Balttmnro aud I'tdiadelphlB, tS UO and 7 X) a m, tl'Jl, l.)Bl. Tui iavi New York for Washington, nee tll. am, .,, 'SOup macJ 115 Bit! Ut. Tbaii.si.xavk FktladaJpala tor Washlnztou, lis n kU' "' 1IJS a " nM' ""' Fob Baton, U.i p m with I'u'Imau Buffet ahMcpiair Car ruatdae Ikroogh to lto-t,.ii wttkuut ebaaaw, vU rVtuxiikeeitele Brltge. toadim; r,aeN iu B. M. ttanou at SKMtoSl Van. ATLAbvie Cinr, 4M and 10.00 a m, 1; i"0 aooa, atuulays, 48S am, iiUOiiM.naai If.SS ant. t Except aaaday. 'Belly kSun.Uyoa'y, tbigeaee eatled for aad caeckol Ir.jia n -lets atid reskleuce by I'sloa Trsusftr 1 o na orders left at tfeket oaBeas, 81and lll'j. ave. aad at 'Wpot J. T. ODKLL, CHAS. O SCTXL, Ota. Manager. (Jen. Fa.. At t JOHNP.AGNEW & OO Wholesale aad Ketali Deotan la AiWe aii Gage's Creel: Coal, OPHCB: ttat F. asa. tOofeoraa BolMln), YAHB: Out. a st. aad BL aye TXKHCH.-K: (Wee, 318-i; Yard. 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