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THE DAILY CIUTIC PATIT"RDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1890.
Tins Daily Critic oirr KPKotAJja. Ittntiten's New putt (KmmI. cn Redden, the pioneer installment man, centrally locate t fin and M2 Seventh street nrttnWest, has Jtist reinmed from tlw east etOMTkeu with an Immense opplyof Ml Mm Of hfWXpttrt foods, carpet, stores, ruae, ate. Ton can faratsh yottr honw from ojmt to tjtrtrt, at this store, with ash yeleJR, ea tM nratallffient pise, IV. II. Hnttchtnn Ow.'s ImmetKw Hlcttnn. Oo eatf exanrrae thetr lovely Parlor W. 8ft lfenea tor f So. fctnerln chiTToruM OS . Half prfce ft t all unseasonable oo I. Sw patterns of carpets that oannot he daprieated, at priew which win surprise yon. Ask to be shown tho' Solid Oak Beq room Suites, 1 nieces, fur $ I. Also their SW, 8 pfeees, of Snlld oak Bed room Suite. These suites are all IHmas, and will, no donst, please the most fattdlons pnrahaser. All oMem for Wall paperlnc for the next tw weeks at per cent divinat, at w. H Horonrot , Co ', 121 lsn F street northwest. The Natlrmnl Snfe Deposit Company, tr. lath St. anil N. V. Aveine, soereae fwr Stlrn ware, Jewelry, laoao, Ftm wwrts ami valuables of ail Mawt, Vfeemea Rxtefate. Safe deposit botes for real at the very lowest rate. AFTER HIM WITH A SHARP STICK. Cttlrtns of Mount I'lensant Indignant at Air, Hurl's Ilellmiuencles, The cllirens of Mount Pleaeant held aaotfeer meeting last night at the resi dence nf Major Pavlon on Keneeaw itvtuttc (o diccute the mstter of l'reef dent Hurt's delinquency In not giving them the cur privileges which be had promised some time ago, ami to hare a general discussion In reference to what future action should be taken In the matter. Chairman Judd said that he had called upon Captain Howell of the cBelneer depertment and that the Cap talu had (aid that there was money enough between $12,000 and ?13, 000 io pave one side of Fourteenth Mtiel extended from the end of the iuetcnl asphalt pavement to l'ark street. ilr. Judd thought that the east side of the street would be rmved. He said that if the District did tear up the present single track on the oast side of the street before other tracks were laid Mount Pleasant would be entirely de void of street cor facilities. Mr. Matthews and other members ot the committee roferred to tlio railroad ctmpeny as venting lis ill-nature by a scries of annoyances, which, in one'ln stance, was Illustrated by Mr. Matthews, whofewlfc bad been left while waiting for a down-trip car, the driver calling but In her that his time was up. Major Sexton gavo Another Instanco cf ehatiog after a car going up lue hill to Mount Pleasant. It was stated that President Hurt had glvm written promltes to the Dis trict Commissi .ners, and also to the District Uonunlitre of tho House that, as hh a as the double tracks were laid, tvtry other Fourteenth street cur would inn urn In Mount Pleasant. Mr. Mallhiws alleged that the com j ry did not pay taxes on a quirter of it pi(rtit and Mr. LIcomt thought It unuld be a good plan to get hold of the facts. Chalunan Judd said that the bill ( rupclllug the company to run lis cars dluci to Mount Pleasant was ready to t r fpiuiig tijn i) Uiih Houses at once. Messrs. I.lptcomli. Matthew, nnd Swain were appointed to go to the Cap itol to day ami urge the Immediate In troduction of the bill in both Houses. A resolution was passed demanding of President Hurl that tho promised cms should be put on the Mount Pleas nut line. Hie (.nut I'fr.iiimlljr.t'oDiliiclMl Tnar to UifXim hprlut" i' llie Allrgtieiile via rcnnaylvunla Itnllroail. Tbe great success of tbU series of tours to Ciommi baa been woet gratlf)lng to the management. 1b personally-conducted feature, slece I la Inauguration by the I'enn lvaU Kllrol t'orapjiiy. ba always Iku bM In the btgbeat public favor, ami tu attractive ami Iwaltby locattou of Urea son, perebed In tbe very beart of the All (ibealea, urroundl ami eixlowei! by all In Isatute to attract ami lieuvdt. cauuot but Ltllt draw to Ita dour every lover t( wild and romauitc afentrj Motleru Improva ibeut a4 lunutj bave found tbeir way over I be wtM HMtuutalu patiaa and aatert tUeui kchea la lite MuuoUlu IIoum. Tbecbarui ibg days of mid SttpUoiW are coualdered tbe woat attractive of the year, while tbe Dlfcbts are simply glottou. Tbe train ot l'ullcaaa parlor car ami day roai-hm will leave W'atbJugtou oo Thurxlay, Seplemlier 1Mb, at V 10 a. m., HMmoiv U.UO a. m. Tba rouiMl-lrip rate. Including one day's board at tbe .Mountain House, la $s.0U from Watb liiguw swt lUlllmore, and itrorHwtlonate lalea fftxu (tfber alattoua. A Tuurtat Aireut Ld Cbaperon will aeoinpaiy tbe party. KrluiM eoutknaa are valid for ten daya, dur lt.SC whkb tia a Scclal rate of board will I given by tbe management of Um Moun tain IlUUM). Hurled lu a Kdinirleta (Jravc. Tbe body of the unknown- waa that baa btts at I be morgue sine last Sua day has not been identified, and Coroaer I'atuikou baa luetl au order for its i urial to day. A number of peooh) who have vkwid the eorpee aresatUfied that thty have sees the man frc qiMoily be f ic, but lby nevtr knew bU name. A mnr these were Thomae IatoKett nf 4f8 PcMtfylvanbi avenue and Mr. ile Midwet of the Central Unloa Mtaaiei. The latter thought hU Basse vri Ufi. Iilwl la u l!uilll. w tfwc Uae lave frknds of Cata'a Charges llarfold have Wen aaxioias as U Ids wheseaUiiua. Ytaterday they were awpifeed lo leas that htt had diet at ike Pwedwan's Uoepital. A aJsort tiasa afo Oaplaia Harrold wag engaged l wort: far Mr. A. L. eamwaak. Use beveialai aUeaA jeweler, but he did ant jut in a avfiMuaaee. Mr. Salmaisi thAseiseai MnsW soeae isuuiriaa ftiai yeA terdaw katnted him at th riedeaa's liedul. That body will he burled by the Grand Aiaay uuau of tbi city. 1 anVftV (1aUanVantaW4ll (aMel Thfe i a place no lose can rtsecb, There ia a date no voice can teach, Ttwelaa chain no ir can break. There is a sleep no euued can wake- 'or or later that lime will arrive, Ui place atlH waM fa tour coua'ax, tuat i Uatit aMMt bind you In aelfhaas death, that cUrb awttt fall uu your atfiMM. Butthou- tajJa every sear go ttuiiuu:l tu ind fate, ki 1 ""-' bum WiKtaeu out their d , s by heedful, Uau-ly care. For tbe UU ill ntiaaaih. ta wia.onlng urjuua, the wiMistntd. U. Hcrce's UUdea aUdl i iaeri'Tery in a wonderful nttlarative iu. 1 a fnleanwr of ataeagth aad UU. It ( t. talu ta blood and icvigorates the ye ui t, taawkby tortUyuw it aiuLiut dkwaae- ui uf a tNa) H'asburiaatng, lud CIvsriM f. Medfdk died yealar f i BsHlawe aged at years. Ha aattv of WaUato aad aeariy v yai t aso f atfiad tha IhiatiMMMsi i flksa an a vhclt atad vaa tauataMtsjfew ita PccaidatatsTavlor and FUaaaOtaV pBBjat 4P aawea'aweenaneeaF e; dr ww" snP 'PF (kbtuUMi. m im lot m uantafriirii sHafblt"' faegan"'" naaajiF' TuflY " Vwaeat- -.reyiraau after jearaof Io ..: ltLiiauic oiaaaM va .....ulL.niaaaSJ.HM JU j , .o. nj-i-uu bloh CUWtfloWlj u . i .i i tuji from ikta. aAFU- Ul -.. -L. IitlXul ilUeAMj Miw Mb-auareaea ataanxd eavelooe to ita fiMUi 3 4 Lawrence, e) Vsms at ream, K Vuta, will (ocelvt the otciff ttm Of aJua ON GAPITOLHILL WIAT Til GITT2KJS OF TIAT STWX WOULD LIKE T9 I Aft. Street larlrtic Sehwinte Addrtett nntt Imrwrtnnt litnttnem TrniMmetMt hy the NerthCTHt Aselntlnn Arrnnclnc for n Cnnferenee A special meeting of the !?orthMt AVashlnglon Cltlztns' Association wtw heM lat night at the residence of Mr. F. W. Smith, 616 F,ast Capitol strwt. Mr. .T. F. Wlllard occupied the chair. Mr. K. II. Tucker presented the re I crt of the committee on street', which snegest the following Improvements: Streets to be pared with asphalt Massa ft.ntttis a ventre, from North Capitol to ?irrnd; Second street, from C street to F; Tinlh street, from Kaet Capitol lot" street; r street, from Third to Eighth street: K trrt, frcm First to Fourth; B street, from r'lehihto Tenth; C street, from Klghth lo Imih, nd Tenth street, from F toll. To I c graded and regnlateil tMaware avenue, from It to K street; Sixth street, from II to K street; Frmrth street, from F to II; Fifth street, from K to II street; Eleventh street, from C to the HowmUry; B street, from rourteentli to .Nineteenth; 1) street, from Ninth to Twelfth street; I. street, from North Capitol to Fourth street; Kast Capitol street, from Thirteenth to Fourteenth, ami Fifteenth street, from C toF. Mr. 8. C'arr wished to have included In the schedule Tenth street, from C to II, but It was suggested to him that It would not be well to mid It to the list. As a substitute to Mr. Carr'a recom ttendatlon Tenth street, from F to G, was added to the schedule. Mr. Tucker said the Improvements Id eluded In the schedule would cost about S817.800, while this year's apprnptta lion for street Improvements In North cast Washington was only $ 130,700. Tbe committee's report that nil the streets be paved with asphalt was adopted. A resolution was adopted that the committee on streets, accompanied by Mr. Millard as president of tho nida tion; Messrs. Curr, Cavanaugh, Thomas and Cooper, should present the report lo tbo Commissioners on Tuesday next. Mr. T. VT. Smith was Instructed to ar tango for a homing. Mr. Millard ofTcred a resolution, which was adopted, urging the Com missioners to continue tho general schedule plan for the improvement of avenues, nnd asking that tba amount cliBrgcd to the northeast section for paving Maryland avenue last year be changed so as to givo tbe section the amount changed for the Improvement of other stnets. A resolution was adopted asking the Commissioners to direct tho Baltimore aid Ohio Kallrnad Company to cou n tuct n crowing for vohlcles and pedes Minns over the track of Sixth street i oitLeast. The meeting llicn ailjourne I THE BODY IDENTIFIED. Tbe Klaalrr" I'liiiinl Near Alexandria W Itlclmrtl Wood. Yesterday the liody of tho man found Ik sting In the river near Alexandria v as Identified as thatnf Illehard Wood, a rttldentof .Smiths Creek, St. Marys County, Mil. Tbe body bad already been Interred in tbe Potters' Fluid, but It was ox Lumtd yesterday at the request of those w ho thought they could identy It. The nun who know SVood say that last Sun day be loft his home in a small Hill boat. On the Sih his boat was found drifting bear Nanjemoy Creek and his shoes and a mlclid containing bit clothing wcru lu the lioat. Itiaonimb as the body of the man fi nnd had no shoes on. and that tbe clothes In poems I on of the coroner at Alexandria compare with those worn by Wood theru seems to be no doubt s lo the Identification. The I'cr fiction of Kalltruy Travel It exawptlBed la tbe Koyal Blue Line train now ruiiUlog between VVaahlugtou, Haiti more, fblladelpbU and New York via H ,1c (). K. K. Keen car In every train I veatl bultd, iiicludtuir baggage ears, day eoaenea, parlor cars and aleepera. All are beatwl i y ateam and lighted by Plntaach gaa. Tbe aitll-teletroplug device la attached to rvery car. Aruuud tbe oidlnary traveler, riding In tbe day eoacb, 1 therefore thrown the him degree of safety m guards the more trxeluaive peMeuger occupying the partor or sleeping ears. Tbe eotuforta ot the eoacb paaaeugtr are further irovtdeil fur through tbe separate lavatorlea for genlUuteu and ladka In each ear. A separate smoking couipartuitut in each ear l aUo a new feaiure lUat will eouiautad iUeif lo the lours of the wted. Ilelllcercut llotlera. Tw o colored men, Juha A. MeDaaUU and Itkhard Greenworth, isdulved la a fight at Ikaning's yesterday aftersooe. Thy were hostlers la the aatae stable, a bd became involved la a quarrel over their work. Green worth knocked Me lMeieU down with a elub, aad the tat ler then resorted to tbe use of a euiviag knife, hut without any atrioue reaulu. Gnenwotth, however, had to be Ukm lt the Prevd man's lloapilal, aad Mc Dei Wis was lcikcd up at tbe U Si Mat slat ion. The former Walla from C -luw hue. S C-, and tha Utter frona Rich moid. A fleaaaal UulBrtaiument. U. 5. Grant lielkf Corps ha 1 a very pleasant literary aad atiuka' eaiartaia Mtut hut nigJU at Moauutental Hall. Tie ball was decorated with dags aad tha preaidest, Mrs. Oeadys L. Thottta aoa, eoadueted the exeiciaea. Aa ail draw was delivered by Commander W. A. Cook, aad there were aofcjg aad duets W Carrie T. BtookaeU. Mr. aad Mrs. rsaar. aad leetutloas of Clara V. frtce. Utile &w. Mrs. Vailar, J. I. Taoaaa soa aad Corporals Willestey aad Djesaw. UefreshaoeuU were served after Um nieicUes Imlaml ttt the Ulninly Abitt. la the mad rase, aad whirl of evaaU ht Kovtmber Mr Tom Ueed's lava lasab sash will fisate at the f roat as Um HeuUkaa guidoa. Wherever is aaaa Unv imbkm which has oaca reposed aa that sacred ahduseea there all good tte PutuVcaas atust rally for aigh taxes aad Um nioteMSfy of uowa East. ry dsoo of Uta uatsoiiajAja which has siaaMd tht gloriou folds wj shad ia Ut holy cMa. sad tms sighs of it wiH sw ijMW to deeds of iMlwaid-of kcrvkat- mltnTu Mates. VaiW. PhUaaUwofirt My friead. an jou avasa Uiaf Um aihMS amloine vost la alfaatri ka Uu,uid dsasasikisi? iakadiex iaehiiata (ramrrfuhi) Ys; that's av I'm asil afsuM k Tks) aiaal tru ubk with Um oMnar sunt is pa e P wi i " i pi mm ea afaaa Bnjajaaay ajawamw war tat Ubtte's no kkiubi about at fr Um awi.'' 4 "btsr" Jtcuu Juat let tast Terrl turv assure the bosses Utat k as a it uhakaa awjorUy. Taa Vvece 4w M The Wf pri who asce UUia htataars, Who always iua aad teU task utotaen Waate'er taey hssr aad tee, know well X life 'tis UlUo Udsga last teU 1RIIN6 TO GET OUT OF PRISON. An r.msrt to Show Kate Tiiday's Sen tence Was Itteptl. Testerrlay Wstrtet Attorney Hog re cttvtd information that Kate Friday, th cOBtrCted shop lifter, who Is now sbtt Ing a sentence In Albsny Penltentlsry, irsd stropted a new and novel scheme to secure her release. She has obtained a writ of fc!M enrpn at Albany to be re reused from the penitentiary, on tms grtmml that the first sentence of Chief Justice ftlngham exhausted the power of the court In her esse, ami that when that sentence was set aside the case was ended and her second sentence was voW. There Is a singular state of the law by which In most cases a sentence to jail In this District must lie less than one year, ami a sentence to the penitentiary must be more than one year, a sentence of exactly one year being legally admissi ble in neither Instance. This state of facts led to a duplication of sentence In tbe case of Kate Friday. She was at first sentenced by Chief Justice lllng ham to one year in the penitentiary. Tliat sentence could not lie carried out iteranse the law authorized contracts for the Imprisonment of District convicts In State penitentiaries only in cases where the sentence Is for more than a year. So llie first sentence In Kate Friday's case was set aside, ami she was sent to Albany penitentiary for more than one year. It Is on this ground she bases her ap plication for release. The case will be beard at Utlca, N. Y., on the 30th instant, before Justice A C. Cox of New York. The District Attorney ha? consulted the Attorney-General on the subject, and the Attorney General will cither send the District prosecutor to Utlca to attend the hearing of the Artfcr(!wrwor will depute one of the United Stales district attorneys of New York lo represent tho prosecution. If tbo woman should be successful In obtaining tbo granting of the writ there arc a number of other prloners who will promptly avail themselves of the precedent Inaugurated by her. SPORTING GOSSIP. Tbe (tame for the Kantern Amateur Clmmplonolilp This Afternoon, Today the New Jersey Athletic Club ball team will meet the Columbia Ath letic team In the second game for tho Eastern championship of tho Amateur Athletic Union. The Jersey boys ar rival last night, and wcro tendered a reception at the Columbia Club. Tho pnmo to day, should It be won by the visitors, will settle tho championship. Should tho Columbia team succeed in carrying off the ball n third game will be necessary, and will be played at Cape May a week from to day. Tho winner of the scries will play trie Detroit Ath letlc Club for tho championship of the Until d Slntcs. Key worth will pitch for the Columblas and Monks for the JcrscYiirs. It will be n bltlcrlv con listed game, and tbcro wilt doubtletsbe a larcc ctowd present to cheer the local li-am lo vlriory. Play will be com mtnctd at 3:80 o'clock, and the ferry boat will run to tbe inland from the foot of Thirty second street after il o'clock Hilly loung was not present at the Maiblo saloon last night to make the anticipated match with Joe Flelden for Hie Ilehlwdght championship of the Dittricl. IIu sent word he could not come, and consequently the arrange ment for the meeting had to be pott ponid Indefinitely. It seems the whole bitch is over the amount of training expenses to be allowed. A purse of 800 hat been offered, of which if 100 is to be divided between the men for train ing expenses, etch to give security for bis share and the defeated man lo forfeit his. Young will not agree tn this, as bo wants $100 for training expenses, and this the other side la not willing to allow. If the proposed match It broken off on this account there will be n good deal of harsh ctlllcUm indulged In, for tburu has been so much talk between tbe two that each should be willing to make any concessions to bring about a intetlug. bo in e Itutlo, from IK4 ruttbarv CknfM. "It U odd that tbe value of dlaminli does not Increase In the ratio of their sl-." remarkad tbe Snake Kdltor. "How doea It increase, then!" asked tbe Horse Editor. "In the ray show of their brilliancy.' llie t'rotcctlve I'aruiol, f mm fV. Delia Dear we, you're all wet! Allele Ye; I got caught la the shower. My dress will wk, you kuow, but mv set in sua-sbads won't. A. lUllaltluu. yum Fuel. JobDBj What is a theory, pat Pa A theory, my son, is aa impracti cable plau for doing something that is impnsaible. Catarrh IS a blood disease. Until the poison is expelled from the system, there caa be no cure for this loathsome anil dangerous malady. Therefore, the only effective treatment is a thorough course of Avar's Sarsaparilla tha best ef all blood purifiers- The sooner you begin the better ; delay is dangerous. " I was troubled with catarrh for over two years. I tried various ramedica, aad was treated by a number of pby.i ciaas, hut received no heaettt until I began to take Ayer's Sarsanarilla. A lew bottles of this uiedkiue cured me of this troublesome complaint aad com pletely restored my health." Jesse at. Hoggs, Holmaa's Mills, K. V. "When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rsc otaaiMided to am for catarrh, I was in clined ta doubt Us eaUcacy. Haiiag triad so many remedies, with little ben efit, I had no faith that anything would cure ma- I became emanated bom loss of aMjwtite and impaired digestion. I had nearly kwt the seas of small, aad my system was badly deranged. 1 was about disiiMtrsgr-. when a friaad urged ma to try Ayer's asrsatmriHa. and re ferred ma to persons whom k had cured of catarrh. After takiag half a dozen bottles of this medkiue, I am eoaviaced that the only sure way of treating ibis pb.iiuare dincase is tMoaaB Um hluod. -Charles U. Maloaey. 113 Kitsr st , Lowell, tl4. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rssraasa si Br. X C- At A Co., Lows. Mass. fun SI , au Uul. la. Worm H a beuls. QOID MSPal. rsJtlB, 1878. W. BAKEtt & Cft.m Ereilul tiaoj Ij altntluuiu re emrf it iasetuSle. No Chetnleal$ c t.i Uki. a fW atrcmsiaV jf u ii aJ 4i &tu-b, &nHjBiut auaf, sum I litfvlairL tV stttaf i.1t? ii t 4s.UUuA, shrOJIplllant, aUt-li,rJat.Avt, CA4U.V IfclsaweXKD. j J 44JjJ5jr Mlastff' 4 atf UissUdfi) iM -U fidl tW JKlawO 111 kciaV tMAaaJ, VjT aUTOAvVTa. Vla-ywsatre mi I -y W IA1 & C0..orcat, KaM. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCEL ROY' S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Eif arlrgs, Water Co'ors, f hofograr hs snd All Pictures Slocl Ucepl Allotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. fpell attention paM to Fraietair, lTet!dl( Mevlnu and BoxIbr PItare and Stirrers. foyal Blae Liine BKTWEKM - BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The entire equipment Is brand new and consists of tho finest llaggago Cars, Coaches, Parlor nnd Sleeping Cars ever built by tho Pullman Company. Tho Trains (i ro Vcstlbulcd from end to end and protected by Pullman's Im proved Anti-Tel escoping Device. All tho Cars In All tho Trains Heated 17 Steam m LigMel tiy itscl Gas Under Devices Controlled by the Safety Car Heating and Lighting Company nf Now York. NO EXTRA FARE. Pattcngcts occupying Parlor Car Seals or Sleeping Car Uorlhs will pay the oidlnary charges lor same. This U the Only Lino llunnlng Trains from Washington In 5 Hours to New York Ticket Offices, C19 and 1351 Pennsylvania avenue, and Depot corner New Jersey avenue and O trect . au90.9w James B. kambie, HHRDWHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. feVCg(vvaroca Ew, M&?z VillH TAVrai m I THE POSITIVE CURE. i ELY IUMJTIIEKS. U Warren ForlmproveJ ami ccouornlc cookery. I'm It (or Soups, Sauce,Maile DUbu ((iame, Fiab, etc), Aplc or Meat Jelly Keeps perfectly la all ellmate, (or aay length of time, and ia cheaper and of Hner flavor than anr other tock. Oue nouatl equa' to forty puuuiltof lean beet of I he val ue of about ST.5D Genuine only with Juttu von Llabls'eUjualure as shown. Company's EXTRACT OF BEEF. UfcBCBHBS, MIMMBOi-a, EOUMUiiilU. PLOTJE aad jtm waU alwejra nave aeaaaUul Hreaii, KuUa aad Waniati waoieaaM Beaot. twi ner Meat rtriiaf aaat laataaa aveaae. WK, M. QALT & CO. vuvrKui Any mkhtjI vxaxth. NEW YORK BUFFET, a WaWHI afaWflV M, w. Heat aa Vacant Uoaaea in Um alar- fan ajajnna (ajaaa UTtaa H. fiaaanaUJa. ya m ajanaaajiaaar fIM VaaWavofOK. a. a Ataay a4 Ka.y Wtaa'Wari. TaP HaWRap aaT -ePaWPIpRaV T" MahaMIataa-w-. teoatlata. w riiiiavs -.APta. yawanatiaT. S JZ-e2g I ceres 1 m b-TJXmmwW WaWaA M-a.S. ua.ru. tuut ajio r x s L- WUQmCX. coiciwr VIA - ""nril Wfmm SU New York, rrico CO cis.1 Grand, Upright and Square PIASTO- FORTES. Speelal atteollon of purchasers U lavltej to our "NEW ABTISTIO STTLB Plnianed la DeaitfaJ. of "IllQaHBT DK(X)RATtVE ART." PIANOS FOK 8KNT fc'eeond'h&ad Piano at All Frleee. "Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. ft Seutbwest Ciraef Mi E Slials NMtbwest Caa lie Foaad One ot Uta Input HATS, Furnishing Goods AJiU CLOTH INC Iver aaeava to the public d WaaWactea. ijawyatoea wMl yeeaU at ail Mean Oar awaaevant be iatak aaae. aaaaaaaUycuau. Bo aat lael to viatt oar atoae lot Imaalai, aa veaaaaHlUTWltMiaJtlMGaoaiMaad ClflaniiNS at YM CaT. UkMi taaa aaj ataa aaaae la tM Clatrku. aa we ananafaft taae att eav own aoMdw- To be oonviuoetl jaaaiaoaU. H. FBIBDLANDER, & w. iK. writ ASM K &m. K. w. m DEPARTURE am ft 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. LIBBEY, BITTIM & MILLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. QRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BO ILERS, $ HAKE TEA 0.1 CFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES' to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the cooKing is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,1 jSJJgS?" lUBOTW AUD Bg UATPt YOU CAMV Jkk LgJJliifkF vuht m Trot truwk jcahe ntoMKwxssiM , Wk MA. WS&&LmKJwTK& ' aft&i' b' -'-B LMfrHl 4 ariaif assas WgBB imjftffi&jj( jFaiyE?rnT(o 'Tt WS."" BWaVrfjPflllrM I jBfc wnfiianxa jajaaa &&L wBv iaHtHv ( JnL. Jar S3rnaial!l -3 p.fv irtrmktii alaW Wm 'pprs? 'Aw'mWm7LMxSgw& )m t-Ps! rWfllfan i bbb.iiI mWwt: mminiMBsB --M&ES3immmmmmmmmm i 1.1 1H h r ui,l ,l u rw Ha aarTrTWaTTni ii rfMiiasa5aCTIaaaaRaaaaaWaPl w . '-u -s w) . . . - . iluUi , BUT YOUR TEUHKS AM EASH1S8 m tfcvuUk Bt K. W , SALE. HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO I Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. 1 . ( 5 and $ 1 ,50. IH 10 4R 15 MltiOTEi MY TIIS -AX- next w Odl Feiluwa' Hall RAILROADS. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest, DweMe Titek. WendH Sroncry Steel Rail.. Macnlrloent Equipment In effect May llth. 1190. Trite leave Waahtneton, from station, cor ner of sixth and B street. a to) lows Fo Pittctt) aa and the Weit, fhloai L'tj' ted Bxprenof rnllman Vcilhnloi'iiriat WSOamdallr; Ptl,lne, lOMamdai'ytii CMeaan, Ownmbn. and St I.011K with MeeMtw Car front narTl.bnrg to lndtanart' elta, nutrari to Colnmbtn, Alt.iuni Chlefleo. 8t. ionla, cnloaeo and fin. innati ExirM,3 aOpRKlally rarlor car vah treton ro HarrlbnrK, anil sicptnir t tra narrlKhnrir to Ht. Loei, Chlrarn and cm otenatl, and Dlnlne tar narrlibnri ust Lonls.thlraro and Cincinnati WntTnBx tires., at 7 4u r m dally, with steoplnu t ars waihlneton to Chleaeo and Rl Ixinli, , in Beetle dally at Harrlnbar with thr ah Steeper, for LoolsTllleand Memplil. mu man Wnler far ntt.bnre to R rbio- d and (bleaeo. racltle Kxpre, 10 no p ' daily, for PltUhnrr and the We.t, with lnr0 ih Sleeper to rittsburir and ratsbnritocbl- BALT1MORE AND rOTOMAO KAtLItOAD Pen RA!iK,pamiDdalcnft, Roihe.ter and Nl afrara Pall dally, except Sunday, R 19 a m roti Kan, Omandalena and Rochester da y; f r 'Baffalo and Maeara dally, etcopt sat' wrday, 10 00 p m. with Sleeping Car Wa?h. In.ton to noeheter. Fo TYir.itAM.rc.nT, Lock Haven and Elmlra, at 10.60 a tn dally, except Snnday. Fob WtLUAMntinr, daily, 1.30 pm Fob rnlLAMirmA. NewTork and tho Ka.t, T.eo.ooo.n.ioand n.40a m, io, so, 5.40. lOOOand ll.ao pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a TP. S 10. 3.15, 4 W, 10 00 and 11 '-) p u. Limited Expres of Pnllman rarlor Carj 9.40 a ra dally, except Snnday. Fob New Yobk only, Limited Etprc?j vrlth Dining Car, 5 00 p m dally. Fob rniLApxLrntA only, Fa.t Kxpte. 8 10 a m weekdays and 4pm dally. Kirrosi Snnday only. 5.40 n m. Fob Boston without change, 3.15 p m ovary day. Fob BBooKtTK, N. T all through tralm con sect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across New York City. Fob Atlaktio Citt, 11.40 a m week-days, 11 20 pm dally. Fob Baltimobk. 0.J8, 7.80, 8.10, 0.00. S 40, 10.00. 10.C0, 11 COand 11.40a n, liOR, 2 10, 3.H 3 10. 4 TO. 4 20, 4 30, 5 CO. S 40, 0 00, 7 40, 10.00 and 11 .so p m. on Sunday O.oo. 9 on, 10. "0, it to B m. 2.10,22.214.171.124.), 4.00,4.80.5.00,5.10, 0.00, 7.40, 10 00 and II so p to, Fon Pen's Cbxkk Line, 7 SO a tn and 4.30 p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Fob AiotAroLts, 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 12.03 and 4 top m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a.m and 4.20 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY, In effect May llth, 1890. Fon AlKXANnntA, 4 30, 0 33, 7 43, S40, 9.13, 1037 a tn. 18.01 noon, 2.03, S.:, 4.V 4.33, 0.01, B.oi, 10.05 nnd 1149 p m. on Sunday at l so, 7.43. 0 43 10.57, a tn, 2.30, 0.01, 8.W and 10.03 p.m. Accomxodatiox for Qtmntlco, 7.13 a mand IW pm week-days. 7.43 am Sundays. Fon Richmond and tho South, 4 30 and 10.37 a m dally. Accommodation 433 p m week days. Trains lcara Aloxandrla for Washington, 1 03 7 ts. 8 oo. o.to. 10.13. n.07 n m: t.so.3.oo, sjso, 5.10 OKI, 7.03 0JJ0. 10 37 and lldi p m On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 3.10, 7.05. 7.29, 9.S0 and 10.37 pm. Tickets and Information at tho offlce, northeast corner of Thirteenth strcot and t'cnnsylvanla avenue, and at tho Ktatlon, whero orders can bo left for tho checking of baggage to destination from hotels and resi dence. ciias. e. ruon, J. It. WOOD. General Manager. flcnl. Pass. Agent, linltliuoi'ti anil Ohio llailroad. Schedule In effect Juno 20, 1800. Lcavo Washington from station comer ot Now Jcrter aronuo and U strcot. Fob Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Vcstlbulcd Limited eiprcss dally 11.30 a m, oxpresa O.Uipm. Fon Cincinnati, Ot. Louis and Indlanapolla express daily 3.30 ni.d 11.30 p m. Fon PiTTsni'na and Cleveland, exprest dill 9 o a m and 8.40 p. m . Fon LxxtNOToN and points In tbo Shonaodoah Valley, tuo am. Fob W icii(.txb and way stations, iZM P m, Fon Li'bat. t3 JO and '8.40 p m. Fob BALTtxonx, week days, 4X3,5 00, 0.33, 7J0 7J0,8I0 43-miautW). 8.W, 9,30, (11.00, l-CO 43-rolnutes) a.m,W.10,3l3 (!.:o 4V minute). (3.15, 43-mlnutes), 3.23, 4.20, 4,30, 4JK et.ru, sS-mlnutea). 3.30 8.00, 0 13, fl.a, 7.10, 7.3U, 8 3D, O.to. 10.30 and 11.30 p. tn. fcundays, 4(3, 7-20. 7.30, hjo, 0.30 a m. (IS CO, 43 minutes) 1.00, 2.13, (iso, 43-mla Utes)3 2S,4.2(,4 32, (1.30, 13 minntes) OJOu. b.la e.liu, 7 30, 8J5, 10.3a ll.M p m. For Wat bTATio.a between Waihlngtoo and Baltimore. 3(0, 6.36, 8.30 am., 1J.I0, 3.-.S, ,oeu, lljopm. Sundays, sio a mLCV, att,4.K,e.M), njopm. Trains have llALTiMona for Washington, wk days, 5,tO, ., 0.W.7.15, 7.W.8.W, b.SO, 8 35, 9.3a and 10.30. 10.33 am.: U.0O, 12.10, 10, 2.3-. 2 30. 4 00, 4.15, 5 00, 0 U0.fl.SO, 7.00, 7.S0, 8A). 8.30. 9.(0 10.10, 10 30 and 1 1X0 1) m. bundays. 0 30, 7.15. 8 30, 8 .33, 9.1 J, 10.JO, 10.36 a 111.. l.'.OO. 1 .05, S 10, 2 30, 1.13 ,C0, CM. 7X0.7 30,8 l,830. 1010, 10.-J0ond 11.00pm. FohAnnai-olu.6..16 nnd 8 30 a ta., U Uand 4 30 p in. bumlays. 8 30 a m., 4 'si p m. Leae AnnapolU 6J3, 8.37 a m-, 1.'. 05, 3r 1 B. tsumiays, 8.30 a m 3.53 p m, For bTAtmiti ou tbe Matroro.ttan Brana . te.30,18 30 a ia..!5 p is. For prlicipal Uattoea only, tio.io a m., ti. and t3,;k pm. yu Hockviuz aad Way Stations. 1 1 3 p m. For OiiTuBauK aad UternedUte pcintn t.ea,fiero, tiuea m., n.oo, ti.oo. .,v t.4fl,(W.00,tlltpta. Fo lio u's aud luturmedlate stations, ,9 pm. Church train leaves Washington on Bunds, at l 13 p ta., stopping at all stations en Metropolitan Qraucb. For Fheucbick. t 30, je.S0, )30 til, 30 am., f 1.15, ta 30,tl.3Jpra. Fom IIauxuitowm, tio 49 a ra. and t J.30 p m. TuAlNssHRivilruBi Chicago dally It 13 am ai.d 4.1w p m; from Claolunatl aad Ht, LouU oal'7 3.iO a to awl 2 05 p m; from I'ltt ihurtr 7.16 a in. 5.50 p is dally. NEW YORK A PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fob New York. Treatoo. Newark, N J , and illiabth, N. J , I0S. MOO, .10.00, 'l-'U) am 't'J. 'IM aud 'WW p m. BuCTet I'arlorCaraoaalldaytralBs. Sleeping car o tbo 10 30 p m, opH at 9XO p m. For PuiuDaLPuiA, l.a, t8 00. '10.00, 1!00 aooe, M.S0, I.SO, H.U aad 10 3) p m. For Remark, Dl , Wlimlagton and Cbcster, 1.0, WOu an, 12.00 aoon, .'W, !, .UaiHtM30pB. Fea itirkjt voints bttweun Ba'tirmre aad Pit adwllUa, tS.80 aad jT JO a in, t.' ,-J, IJepm. TrtiM lcatb Nw York for WasUIng'on, 00 tll.au a si, ., ! ac, uu p ra au j M 15 Might. THAiMLtAtK PUIadalpbia tor Wash'ngt'"!, 1.24. .!, ., 'ilja a m, tl W, 4 4l, 4.54 r.atpn. V9U BO.TOM. .68 p Ri. with Pu'Imia B'lffct btei4t Car ruaaiu tkrougb tt !! -t -n wttaoat ehasRa, vU Paaatkeviute Bnlw, htadiag pamaaara la B. & M. atati a at Bttatoa. Vim ATLANViO Civv, ijl aad 10.no am 1 "0 uuuu, auAulaya, IMS am, U'OOu .aanl lf.30BB. tEx(4 lnwday. Dally SSun lay r-.'y Ha4wwt calld for aad cbeckea lr'"nii tala atid raaiilani-aa br Ufiiuii Trjjtir.T l t ,-i oraera iu at twaet av. aad at depot. J. T. ODKLL. n Maaar , (lvand ir,ia. CHAS. O SC Li Uo Hasii A t JOHNP.AGNEW&OO Wholatahi aad Hatall ItaaUrs la toltex&s aid rage's Creek Coal, U??tCB: UM fs. a. tflateoraa Bointag). YAHO: Oar. H at. aad DeL avo TBUeWMWE: Maaa. Mt Yard, 9 MKU1VAL. for Em only: A PfU!T1VP,yTe'AJttrao MANHOOD; HTTP T! vk ' My t-d k. Ei' -i U U JLV orEriaraLFXlLeaaMUlOli - -r. aiistiaal. Um SahMtJUU laOlv k siunJ. Uul r - IUaI litrrMLa,um:Ak,lli.VaXui'bOKt.iS. 1 Ikl- aii,Ul ALaaJn! 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