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THE DAILY CRITIC, I IUPAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic vixr KVJsoiALa. W. II. llOltghtTO CO . rrcotttct nd FotntslMM-s, 1S1S and 14 t Mi-ret northWMt. How Is thl for S wgat A TM riew Bedroom set Solid ok ijm8 slim SB. We WW tell yon the same Set. with tprftt Mri Hsttwo. for SI W Onr hen rH Brtwsets carpet. $i to petrTd. Out fcwft Tapestry Br! carpet. 7 pet yard pot bwt Moqiiette Carpet, $1 per yard. Ifyonant hottest, reilabW oodsftt leasofMrtM rw, WW Wore I fall of tt. All ptf&es nMrftiiteed Xt. H. Horento Ci.. 11 1B T street aorthwet ltmtilen'a New fall Nwh1. .tohn Sudden, the nkmeer lntallment man, centrally located atssfland M Seventh street northwest, has Jnst retnrned from the east ern narseta with an Immense rapplyof all kind of housekeeping "R carpet, stove. m etc. Ton can famish yrnir honse from icllar to farm, at this store, with cash prices, on the Installment plait. 3The National Sfe llepwolt Company, Or. Iflth 9t. nnd N. V. Aveane. Storage for y.terwarn, Jewelry. Laces, Fine wwd and valnables of all Rinds, ("banes moderate. Safe deposit boxes: for rent at the vaty lowest rates. opening of the courts. 1.1st of (trnntl ami IV tit lnrers who Will Mete Out Justice. Th ctitiit dockets are unusually ctowdtd, ami at (he opening of Ihe t( t its next month the judges will flthl Ictity lo occupy their attention. The t tlmlnal Court meets on the 7lU prov liw, ami Ihe Circuit Court on the Minn Oay The following grand and petit jiimra have been drawn for service Grand Jurors 12 Dausch, Charles T. Kaib, Klrlis.nl M. Green. Charles D Knlglit, Jlsllltew O Callaslmn, Hlchanl Powell. K. Ward HInwood, William Diet. Maurice Ollerbftck. Edward Par tick, George W. Rllckney, William 11 Jloliler, 'W llllsm Halm, Joseph Walker, C O. Thorn. William H. Huim. John T.Turner, Frederick W. Uotcc, William V. Pmllli, Josiph 11 Walters, W. 2. l'ntlello and Mndlson Marshall. Tctlt Jurois II II. Smith, William P. Thompson, jr.. It I' Sawyer, Daniel 1) Dade, Tliomns Lewis, Thomns It. O. Todd. J. C. lkum. ltichanl C. Lewis. William Murphy, E 8. Le Fctra, Augustus Steubenar, W. II. Otimih, John A. Keating. Julius Tol fcin. Hubert Knmmcror, Zich. Down ing, O. W. Hclsley. John I. V. Hitter. J 8. Carter, Samuel W. Wntson, Con rad IJccker, F. L. Mooro, Dennis Cou ncil. J. N. IMstorlo, Jeeso Maun, Geo. T. Hyng. Circuit Court James Grlmos. Heln tide Daniel, Carter Patten. W. II. Turner, Calvin Wltmcr. A. T. Doiwoll, Chris Armor, 8. 51. Frailer. C. G. llcebe, B. K. Uryan, It. 0. Stann, A. Davidson. John Young, Ira Godfrey, William Hoslnbusu, Fielder Manruder, 3klward Mlnnlx. P. E. Ottcrback. F. N. Boramarvllle, O. Parnby. John F. Wei tick, William A. Hutchlns, Chris. 0 Schneider. Albert Glenson, William J Howard, John Ward. It .Still Iteiimlns n flljsleiy. iLfoimation was received by Lieu tenant Kelly of Ihe Sixth Precinct yes Unlay afternoon lhat the unknown i an, who was taken with a hemnr ibace in front of Harris' Theatre and thoiilv afmward diul at the Kmer ptcry llimpltttl, whs O. V. Gllkey, and Hat his wife resided at No. 2110 ftventli street northwest. The lleutnnnt made some Inquiries end Mrs. Gllkey was shown n picture cf the man who was presumed to be her husband. She declared that the picture did not resemble lilm at all. Gllktay, who had lieen employed by John M. Young, the carriage manufacturer, dU Hip arid from the city ntx.ut three wet ks apo. Hi wife thinks that he is in New York, working at his trade. Kearlni; Unmfiletlun The work on the exterior of the hand eotnc new edifice at the corner of Second and C streets northea.it, to be occupied l.y St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Is almost completed. The Interior work will not be finished until December. The walls are now being ornamented with embossed work and the celling decorated with frescoing. A large statue of the Virgin Mary, cut from the purest marble, ha been received, and lll be placed at one of the altars. The cost of the cbtirrh when completed will amount to $ 10(1,000. and It will be one of the basdiomett and most coramodlou bouses of worship in the city. It will be dedicated ahmt Cbrlatims. bent tu the tlrunil Jun. Ob Wednesday John T. Parsoas had Lis bieyele stolen from where he had left It en the earner of Twelfth and F Btriei. Yesterday the Police Depart ment were notified that the man and ibe bicycle were in IUItimore, and Directive Carter went to Baltimore yesterday af teiHOoa and arrested the maa who gave tbe name of Leno V Curtiss. but his proper us me is thought lo be Nathaniel f-ykes. He says that his borne was in HtchBMMul Curtiss was in the l'.llee Court today charged with grand lar ceny, awl Judge Miller seat aim u tbe irjWj jury Tiie bond was placed at J-Jt4 tor Kntt4uE n I'Hlleessed LUtl. W. 0. Belt ihe keeper of a daaetsg- icBfiol is tfc odd-Fettows' Hall, was (1 i(Nd 1st ibe Pulke Court tkk) worm iif V Qur Lewis with ruaalag aa t nUaeasttl hall. It wu sUowa that Mr. 1m its, while uat ebargiag aay a4calstoa pt ike door, charged fifty eeats at the check looea for eariag for a hat, over coat or wabreUa. Tie checks gives at tbe coat loom would be presented at the door for admission. Belts, la hie state meat, saM that he bad bee told at Police Headquarters that he would aot seed a fjceate, asui that aa had ao la teatioa waalever to evade the law. Judge Mllkr laipofcul a flae of t0, but aiierw ard iinpefidrsl it. UakMt 1'arfc I'urslrmil The ltd of t'owiatnifNaefs annotat ed for the auraose have puiehasad the property kaowa as old Caattot HsaebsU Park at a sm lor the saw Goves amstat Piiatieg OtaVce- The price paid was $213,171. or i -ti aer squase foot. The lot hi bounded by G. North Capitol sueet, F. Miiahinrtu avaaue sad aa nlWy. It was snaoW a bajtoall park aU ut a ar ago, aad the late A U. 21tiUhehi aa optfoaoa It of fifty cmlsafcU. His sua oasosed of tab optiua a year ago lor mm The yjoftty coat the owoeas, Messrs. C A.. pn4s asW Thoesaft 1 SsaMh. aHt tdll.ML ITM UlllV tlMMgiTifsal C' kit t4y, charged with aa mmiJrt ui, a jeaate Young. It was hoe that 1 tii HliBliaffal WlaWlfcM Mjia &yadAMli tfal H fl OU a MUBMt'al aAmtibaUaVal. IM tllW mm Mmmwm W Bsjaajf aw apjafjawpafimssa f wssrjp h a little nuarrei oxer k. Judje Mi sahd the charge, hot MH C ibse that she would have tt) kt Jeav- iik - ."hand akMte- i n i iii ti lemitit Aw,wai i ijiemtattwe 1l. vv uO,u)gtoa, hfaaeh of the Jd-u-u. ,Ajx,tiLtua of the WeHata tt. io j uifutJ ohto. vm otga Ut -' -t.titig at the reaideaiue of iti. . lu ti Vf right. o 8 stteec Mr. Wtiu.4i Oiwted MahlKat, aad Ha. VdgdttaacMUryaa4 IreaauMr 4 Luswadtiee was twatrntoi to fieoare a t.uUtvutoa aud by laws. SPORTING GOSSIP. IHTIUBTIM HK.B ANB TXABK SPORTS OK ANAL0STAN ISUND. Jtxwlrwnt Time Made ami the Event W nimly contestnl ate.lllllftn Falls to Oct a Mfttcli With IVIlltnms. Trt grand itaml on Analostan Isl and was nearly filled yesterday with the mem ben ami friends of the Cotnmbfo AthretleClnb to witness the poet poned trtck ami field srsorts of that pormtar nfganlffiitlrm. The contests, which be gan last week, were stopped by rain, and m a nnmber of new entries kml I een received alt the events were re cot tested. The sport km excellent, and the work done by the amateur athletes was a surprise to many of their friends, es Lcelally In the 100 yards dash and the am mtr-throwing contest. The first tvent on the programme wss the 100 yards handicap dash, ami owlnc to the large number of entries was fttn in five heats. J. 15. Klllott won Ihe first brat in 10 2 5 seconds, . J. King the second In 10 3 5, II. SI. Dfr k lmrtn the third In 10 3 ", J. It. Klder the fotirlb In 10 2 5. The winners of the ptellmlnary heats started In the deciding heat, ami it was won by Klder In 10-2 5 Ftconds, King second. It. J. Deal), .1. SI. Dashtell and K Simpson all cleared 7 feet, 10 inches In the pole vaulting contest, the last-named winning by reason of his 5 Inches handicap. Dickinson surprised every one by a magnlflcmt throw of the 12 pound hammer of 122 feet. 2 inches, and won that event easily. The 220 yards run was contested In two preliminary, nnd a final beat, the winners and seconds stnrling In the final. J. It. Klder nnd J. II. Klllott finished first and second In Ibe first beat, and S. J. King nnd II. J. Clark the second. The final was won by Klllott, who bad n handicap of 5 yards I V. Coville won tho running hli?h jump, and cave several exhibition Jumps, clearing the bnr at 5 feet, 0 Inches. The mile race, two heats In three, was won by Wra. It. Mackrlllc, who won the first and second beats, with Harry Klnc second. Tho time an nounced, 2 15 nnd 2:52, Is clearly an error, Inasmuch as the best professional record Is 4:12, and the amateur record 1:18J, made by W. G. George. 8. F. Lewis won the broad Jumping contest with 20 feet D Inches, and W. 11. Chichester took thc220yards hurdle lace nullc handllr In 30 JJ-5 seconds. J. JI. Kenvon won tho 880-vards run In 2.28. The sports concluded with n tug of -war, vtblch was won by a team coni0cd of O'Leary. Wade. Bell. Jloote, McDiimolt, Green, Dashlell and Dlckirsou. Jack Williams and his backers failed t matciiHl'ze lust night ul the place ap pointee) to make the match with Hilly McSllllan. whom he had challenged. Tho latter was there ready to put up the money for a fight, but no represen tative of Williams appeared. Probably ho corrludcd that when hefound Sic Mlllan tcady to take up the challenge be really did not care much nbout fight ing. There arc plenty of fighters on paper, and this seems to be a fair sample of that class. Tommy Kelley of Philadelphia was there however, and offered to take up the match for an unknown at 1 IS pounds, frouueu a fouu purse was guaranteed, lis offer was accepted, andthe parties will very HUt.lv reach an agreement on Monday. It Is thought tho unknown Is cither George Hasan or Ilyan, prob ably the latter. McSllllan bus ottered to tight any man in the woild at 110 pounds, five pounds give or take, for .U0 tu $1,000 a side, and a similar purse. The friends of "Hub" Smith of the Columbia Athletic Club last night pre sented him with a gold watch . chain am) charm. In recognition of the ser vice he hat proved to tbe club. Actor at the lilk lllcbard Stahl, tbe composer of the "Sea King," was given a reception last night In the ledge rooms of the Kik. Dr. William F. Hartley and Comedian Itobe-rt K. Graham aUo came In for a share of Ihe honors. The best of good cheer prevailed for several hours. Sir. Graham gave some funny recitations and songs, and Sir. Etahl played orerstlc selections upon the piano Among those preseut were Dr. Hamll ten K. Leach, It. II. Urack, manager for Lester and Alle-n; Colonel SI. K. Urell, August Douglass. General Joseph. Darr, Daniel K. Kale, licnjamln Kegel, II. II. Smith, George D. Scott, Fiaak II. Ciarkson, Tbaddeue K. Saylor.Albwt Came, Dsniel K. Cabill. Anthony Ito dter, John C. Slaxwell, I) II Whitney. J sines A. Joyce of SlempbU. J. li. Church. William T. Avriek. John T. Wside, John Culbert, J. W. Hurdaell, William D. Slack sad others. Hlle For Ibe I'ylhUa Temple. The Knights of Pylhlaa Hall Av soeiatioB have seeured a piece of ground oa which to erect a temple through ibe efforts ot Mr, N. Uuach, their treasurer. The property is lo cated on Kiath street next to the north west corner of Massachusetts aveaue sad has ie" feet frost oa Niatb street with a debth of 100 feet. Tbe cost of the lot was $13,899, aad grouad will be bfokesi for the buthJiag as soon aa it la cleared. This will probably be doae la about a veer, but leesattaw the as yaitnji wQi use every eadeevor to aceeaapoaa Ute eater prise. ii Tbe CbaltM Miwt Ou. The chaiaa lhat rattle m feyiy aad look so pretty oa the horses halosuyhtg to faahtoeabltt eciuiBenes have hem relegated to the half workl. Upper Tetidoa. to loeg as the shales wese uaed eacbjtively by these, weretatteAed, hut wheat sosaa o the tlstat as&ade heae to ufce these oa thrlr teasas sojesy was hotriad by the rowiperlsfia. awl the edict has goe foiih that the chatas 1'eriiiiHi U Kali! The ff'llpwieg huiuMag pet salts wese hjut4 to-day: PaUks. Kieraaa. tee .fety brick dwelling. W L ttreet wth, to tort S,5i, W. U Cora, two atoiy hiick daeliiag, l JueJpsr street, ti Sex Park, to coat 8,). X. G. Davis, two two-story brick dweliiage. 8U3 aad 2113 D tercet north wt, to coat ).. John White we locked up at the Kew JerRey avesue stylm teat sjght chaffed with grand Wcy. White mnatsd a gnus iiuse a frasesi njiswl Hitto saoney. Mr. Pueey valued the gua takea i H0. -- Uu.! la'ant ftkb ijfia.atfcSjjajAarie jbnhJfelL pswWf T Tais iPF r PpaasB(iSBBiBBaf jgFm CvJEkiLtt BTiiitH ta rcj.uniifai'i fciw etlrgaipT &mmbkmm W lv k wJtoea SJtm IhyrXlf IBI 1 fiallfltmr OA fiaHfftttfcil PMeipVMV ssBPB' sjreamiawppar "sm"i "p n mum tseet autihweat froet swttepiic off the ejul fioei eewly laid paieieenti before t ha had a chain tu suk Is. A FALSE RUMOR That Tliere Were to lie Many Ills efcnrce at the Censns l)m-e. The nor gntrfertcnrreirey yesterday thtbmt 500 ettrks, rtrowly women, employed in the Census Office, wonld be discharged next week. They are I bote, It was sfdd. who bud been em ployed on the preliminary work, ami their part Is finished. At the Census Bureau this morning the report was very emphatically de nied. "I know nothing abont It, saW Sir. O'Connor, Ihe private secretary to Superintendent Porter. "There Is not a particle of truth In It. nor the slight est foundation foranch a rumor. There Is no discharge of force contemplated. Why, with cur present force, there is plenty of work ahead to keep every cne pretty busy for some lime to come." Shot In the Fsrehend. The flying horses attracted a crowd of colotetl boys to the corner of Second ami C streets southwest last night where they became Involved In n general nurrel. George Holmes, a 19 year-old boy was shot in the forehead by some one in the crowd whose identity has not yet been established. The police think lhat they can apprehend the man. Young Holmes was taken to the Provi dence Hospital when It was found that the wound was a painful but not serious one. Arthur Dyson, a Woody Held negro, was arrested and locked up at the Fourth Precinct station, charged with assault with Intent to kill Holmes. The police feel satisfied that he Is the man whti so carelessly used the revolver last night. Will Get Out A I. out Christmas, Jim Temple, alias Jack Itoss, wa3 In the dock at Police Court again this morning, charged with being a suspi cious character. lie was found in the possession of property that tho ofHcer who arrested him was satisfied had been stolen. "How long have you been out of jail T" asked Judge Sillier. "Klght days," answered the prisoner. "That is the longest you havo been out of jail In some time," responded the Judge. "Y'oti can go back for ninety days." Will Hot n New l'nlr. Joe Thomas, who bad but ono leg to his pantaloons, was In the Police Court to-day charged with vagrancy. When the prisoners came up for arraignment Thomas stuck close to tho corner in order to shield his naked limb, but every one In the court room noticed tho predicament lie was In. He pleaded Sullty nnd was sent down for sixty ays. Licensed Wroncljr. The numerous complaints received by tbe Commissioners against the "rrcnygorounds ' of tho city have caused nn investigation Into the li censes of their owners. It was found lhat they were run under a license for a vehlcli, which does not at all fill the conditions under which they arc oon ductrd. The matter was referral to the District Attorney to determine the proper license. Club OMIceni Klecleil. At a meeting last night of the Union League Club, at 1212 K street north west, D. A. Loumls resigned as man ager and was elected steward for one year. Tho board of governors to serve fot ono year were re-electeel as follows: Geomo V. Cole. D. A. Loundi. Wil liam Colbert. William Shaw. II. Ii. Burgees. W. 11. Thomas, It. II. How ard, J. N. Austin, Jacob Iteeder, John F. Dado and Peter Taylor. - i i:tlniate Hulimltteil. President E. 31. Gallaudet of the Co lumbia Deaf and Dumb Institute has submitted his estimates for the fiscal year of 1S02. Thev arc. $10,500 for the support of the Deaf and Dumb In stltule, and 3,500 for the support of the Indigent feeble-minded of the Dis trict. W LATE57 ZKlLAf? PABST MILWAUKEE BEER. UBST OS ACCOUNT OF PURITY. AGE AND STRENGTH. Xtvrially diooil for I'uiully l'o. Ilciitllclal for Weak uuil l)t-li!ltuluil l'erkou. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Malinger Mukbiusfou llruneli, 703-705 North Capitol Street Telephone 273. FOR CLOTHING, tURHJSH INGS AMD HATS. DO TO THM Mm torn ti M ad E WlMM varrbedf jo. It is this tWt tNtrgate turner la Wnulilsafna. WUlCm TO Htf BYKSYHOPY. W cm dwv jq fur t eoHbu iuoa tbs oxmatAmt. Uaut4 ISCOf H.Vt UMtSMflMWY WIBt boire is ibt Dfeutat, ws4 oat $U 9mm Mt We klic bT s atawBt Hanoi Bur' Suit, is to is rmz. tam S5 V t U14ro' uit, fl tu $8 IuMtn' PasUluoiu wv w ttte tedgw. we suwaUtetouv vwty d.jjlr"n wottk wr ele, ud elien(or ia mt Ml Vmt cent oa verr dolUr iu MUti We fcv Urn ImssI is M&isluusii to t s vurhti atduuf a woolssa piATfcotewi uavw to rip, nd our Sun dfr,y gi ssiintiup iv BdtiAS of our Itots DuaUtjU.uia ffftise loriiW. MUIr' atrte. M.. uuh. Tuhmu's lated &. U. tt M.a. 4as fur our itftiir $1jA psivF yvsxiiMumi mpaxtwwt. St 38, SS od Mt. When you gat tmrnit to wrihitwi wty Ot Ut tiut Etk-l dvt IU SU- H. PRIEDLANDER, Wdf m T-r 4 4 Lgj ?& lif l" 1390. ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 31 1 Seventh St. N. W WAsmsiTrm. d.c. MANUFACTORIES: 212, 214 and 216 W. Washington St., Syracuse, N Y, 52, 54 and 56 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. OFFICE, 765 BROADWAY, New York City TO THE PUBLIC: Washington, D. C, Fall, 1890. We take p'easure in announcing to you that we have leasedjthe large iour-story building, 3 1 1 Seventh Str eet Northwest, which we have thoroughly refitted, and have just opened with the most complete assortment of Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing ever exhibited in this city. We have located our Retail Store permanently in this city and shall al ways maintain the high standard of excellence which has characterized our New York establishments. Having adopted the ONE-PRICE SYSTEM, all goods are marked in plain figures. Our prices are 35 per cent. lower than the lowest prices now prevailing in Washington. We make no idle boast when we say we can sell 35 per cent, cheaper than our competitors. f)iir inpvnnnsivn location and our facilities for furnishing Fine Clotning enable us to do all we promise. Btar In mind every garment is sold subject to the guarantee that if it is not as represented, or if unsatisfactory, your money will be refunded. 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We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove one of profit in a very short time. John F. Fourteenth and 'G Streets. Jatxies B. Iiambie5 HKRDWHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, M1K8 TEA 03 MFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the coofcing is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALK BY TDK WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' LriKO- ft hwt at That tbwk Bcahe fhoh KnEESSi'saa i -rim. o aes m wftid m I gbL fBf "SZT fLMjZ '" - SBffl5wliaM aif.-S'irnlMPw J -A ti j- I lu TUffMrPJH aJB !tJl l-if Jt 1 ' mifmf vif. flKWi to BiTS. nrMjpan. t j 11 n RHUs. Iiffif" 1 suiv I jd3 fTil raEi WJBS F uH 1 warn M inn"M i mm &X&JSH-S nWlxZ .tlw-j;3v.a tBfc IHkVHiWIlWav fc, ommas4a,lM $ ilia BssK&viF5 & 'wr f mmau BsBHiHsHlfaMBMsjHHiSHHHMslHH" M BUT TOTJE TEUIKS AID IAUIISS ttlBMswtkaX yf.,mViv)OdAVmmMm, HEK2 Waggman $ I . . 5 and $ 1 .50. IH 10- OB 15 HfHOTSl -AT- KAir.rtOA ns. S S J- ' ' The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Donble Trsek. 8tlewd 9eenrr. Stwl Rslis. Msimiflcent BqnlpsHmt. In effect My llth. 1!K. Trains tesre Washtnrton, from Itatton, cor n r or Sixth and B streets, as follows: Fob riWBi'Wo and the Wet, CWoaro MmI ted Express of rnlltnan Vestlbnle Can at ID 90 a m dally; Faxt Line, 10.50 a m dslly to Chleaco. Oofnmbns and St. Imis. with Meepfte Cars from IUrrKbnrjrto lndlftuap olls, rttt'burj! to Colambtn; Altooni to Chicago. Ft. Lonl Chicago and Clncinnsitl Bxnress, 3 30 p in dally rarlor Car Wah lEsion to narrlsbnrjr, and Sleeping Oar, Harrlstmrjr to St. Lonl, Chloano and Cln olnnatl, and Dlnlnir Car narrtsbnnc to St IxinH.Lhloajro and Cincinnati. Western Ex press, at 7.4J p m dally, with Sleeping Oars Washington to Chicago and St. honli, con necting dally at Harrison with throngh Sleeper for Ixmlrllleand Memphis. Pull man Dining Car ntubnrg to Htchtnond and (hiesgo. raclilc Kxpre. tooo pm dally, forrittKbnrgaml the Weit, With through Sleeper lo Fittsbnrgand Pittsburg to Cnl- DALMOBR AKD TOTOMAC RAILltOAD. Fan Kasi:, Oanandalgna. Ttochester and Nl agara Fall dally, except Sondny. 8 10 a ra. For Fbx canandalena and nocheiter dallyj ftrimffaloand Marara dally, exeept SAt nrday, 10 00 pm, with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Pocheter. Fob wimiamtort, LocX Tlaren and Elmlra, at 10 W a m dally, except Sunday. Fob Wimjamm-obt, daily, J 30 pm. For rmukDiuiiiA, New fork and tho Bast, 7.80, 900. II (dnr.il 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.15, 4a), 5.W. 10 00 ami 11.90 pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 n m. S 10. 3.1S. 4 . 10 00 and tt.aJ p vt Limited Expres of Pullman rarlor Oars 0.40 a tn dally, except Sunday. For Nxw York only, Limited Express with Dining Car, 5 00 p m dally. For Inn AnatrHJA only, Fast Bxposs8t0a raweeXdays and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only, 5 40 p tn. Fon Doston without change, 3.13 pm orery nay. For Brookltjj, N. Y all through trains con nect at Jemey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, aroldlngdoublo ferriage across New York City. For Atmbiio Cttr, 11.40 a m week-days, I1.S0 pm dally. Ton BAtTIMORE. 0 35, 7.80, 8.10, 9 00. 9.40, 10.00, io.ro, it coand 11 40a-n, u.os. a.io, 3.15 3.30, 4.00, 4 SO, 4 30, 5 CO. 5.40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 and ll.so p m. on Sunday 9.00. 9 03, 10.ro, ll.w a m. a 10, 3.15. 3.10, 4.00, 4.20.5.00,5.10, 0.00, 7.40, 10 OOand 1120 pm. For Pnrs's Crixk Line, 7.30 a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. For AMNAt-oi.1. 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 12.03 and 4.20 pm dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0.00 ajn and 4.20 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHKriN TtAILWAY, In effect May 11th, 1900. Fon Atr.TAnnniA, 4 30, 6.35, 7 43, S41, 0.45, 10 87 a in. 18.01 noon, 2.03, 3.10, 4.23, 4.33, 6.01, 8.02, lo.os and 11.39 p m. On Sunday at 4.50, 7.43,9.45 10.37, am, 3.30, CO 1, 8. W and 10.03 p.m. AcinMMooATio's for Qnantleo, 7.43 a mand 4 J5 p m week-days. 7,45 a m Sundays. Fon ItiiiiMoMD and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p m week days. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.03 7 (5. 8 CO. 0.10. 10.13, 11.07 a m; 1.20. 3.00, 3.50, M0, 0 06, 7.05 0.20. 10 37 and 11 03 p m. On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m; 3.00, 5.10, 7.05, 7.29. 9.20 and 10.37 pm. Tickets and Informal Ion at tho offlce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho utatlon, wliero orders can bo left for tho chocking of baggago to destination from hotels and rosl doncoi. ciias. e. ruon, 3. U. WOOD. General Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent. llnltinioro nnd Ohio Railroad. Bclicdnlo tn effect Juno 2C, 1900. Lcavo WaIiIngton from station cornor of New Jersey avenuo and O street. Fon Ciiicauo and Northwest, Vestlbuled Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 0.30 pm. Fon CiKciNKATt, St. Louis and Indianapolis express daily 3.30 ard 11.90 pm. Fob PiTTSBumi and Cleveland, oxpross dill II !0 n tii and 8.10 n. m . For LrxtKUTiiN anu points In the Shenandoah Valley, ll.fOata. For iNcHinxK and way stations, 15.30 p m. Fon Lurat. ts jo and 3.40 p m. Fon IIaltimohe, week days. 4.05, 3 09, CM, 7.S0 7.3018.(0 45-mlnutes), 8.10, OM. (11.00, 12.00 45-rolmitot) u. m , W.10, 2.13 (i.W 4V nilnulen), (3.15, 45-mInuti), 3.98, 4.20, 4,10. 4,1st (l.tit, 45-mlnutes) 5.30 0.00, 0.15, 0.20, 7 10. 7.30, 8-SB, 9. to, 10 30 and 11.10 p.m. Sundayi, 4(, 7,20, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a m. (1K.C0, 45 minutes) 1.00, 2.15, (2.50, SVmla lltes) 3.SS, 4.20, 4 W, (I 50..43 minutes) 0.00. b.13, 0.20, 7, 8 JI, 10JT, It JO p m. Fon wav bTAtioNt between Washington and Dolt I more. JU), 0.36, 8.30 am., 12.10, 3.23, 4.32. 6 au. 1 1.30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m., 1.00, 3 M.4.. 6.20. 11.30 pm. Trains leave Baltimore for Washington, week days, &.W, (l.'JO, 0.30,7.15, 7.), 8.00, 8.30, S35, 9.30 and 10.20, lOJSiim.: W.0J, 12.10, S 10, 2.3C, S.S0, 4 00, 4.13, 3.00. 0 00,6.20, 7.00, 7 10, 8.20, 8.30, 9 00. 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 p m. Sundays. 6 30, 7.13. 8 30, SM, 9.1), 10.20, 10.36 a m.. 12 00. 1.05. 2 10, 2 30,4.13, 5.00,0.20, 7.10. 7 30, 8.2(1, 8.30, 10 10, 10.20 and ll.Oiipm. For Annai-olh.0.30 and 8.30 a m., 12. to and 4 30 p in, bumlays. 8 30 a m, 4.14 p m. Leao Annapolis. B.S5, 8.37 a m.. 12.05, S.U pm. bundays. 8 30 am., 3.55 pm. Fok bTATioxs on the Metropolitan Urano . 16.30, 8 30 a m.. 11.15 p m. For prlcolpal stattoM only, tlO.10 a in.. 1 1 JO and tSJW pm. For Hockville and Way Stations, tl.35 p m. For OAiTHnmnnim and lntermedlato pclntfv tD.Ou, o cw, tllOtt m., tl.oo, ts.ou, i.Vi t9.45.S18.00.tn.COpw. For Uou'and Intermediate stations, ,9 pm Church tbain leaves Washington oa Suada at 1 15 p ra., HopplDj at all statloss on Metropolitan Uranoh. For Fvhiiehick. 18.80, HiJO, J 5.30 111.30 am., S1.1S, tS 30, 14.30 pm. Fob llAHiHuTowN. tio 40 a m. and 15.30 p m. TBAIN arrive Irom Chicago dally 11.15 am and 4 10 p m; from Cincinnati aad St. Louis dairy 3.(0 a m and 2.05 p m; Irom Pittsburg 7.10 a m. 5.&0 p ra daily. NKW YOHK & rniLADELPHIA DIVISION. For New 1 owe. Trenton. Newiirk, N. J., aad illiaUrtli, N. J , 4 06. 18 00, M0J, U.W am 2.5. l.M and 'IO.30 p m. Iluffot Parlor Can on all day tralas. tlMpiBj Car on tlj 18 SO p va, oi-u at 9-CO p ra. YOU PHItABlUHIA, 1 66, tuft). W.00. !( noon. 1.50. M, 6.U aad 10.30 p ra. Fob r.EAK, Del , WHml&trtoa aud Olwster, l.8f t08 am, lXa noon. J0, 'IJ. 6.15 ae4 r9 30 p ra. Fen isTURHipiiTK ioiktu betweoo Baltlnora awl lidtadelpiiU, 1500 aad iTIO a m, ti.SO, IM p m. Tkaim ieav New York for WaUag(4n, t OS. tll.a) am, 2.W, S SC, tM p iu aad U 15 Bight. TBAiksLEAtE PblladeipMa lor Washington, l.4. .li, t5. 'llja a ra, tl.W, 131, &ja itiiui. Fob thwrek, 'M p m. with Pullaua Baffttt blpl Car lUHBlw throttgh to Itotoi uitUuut ehaagw, via J'oUKLkmii.W BrUga, htiuilag paiiitngTii In B. & M. tatlou at Buou. Fob atlas.tuj Citv, 1 J aiui WM a ra. UM atom, Sttadays, 1 05 , vt W nooa and W.AJplil. tEx;4 Sady. DUy. SSaaday oidy, Haggiu called for and elMeked fro bo ld tmii ttuUmiJt by laluu Troaslor Oo. oa odr lttlt at tkket otkw, (19 aad 1361 Pi. ate. aad at dspot. j. tTodulu chas. o. scull. Gti. Manager. Uaa. Pit. Aft. JOHNP.AGNEW&.CO Wholesale aad Retail BalM la HMk M Gesige's Creek Cult OPFiCS: Mat Fa. av. (OoeoMS BatUiB). YAKO: Cor. H K. aad BL av. TaiMPaaXH: Oatae. 538-; Yaai.SM. JUtSUlOAL. HE DID -HE DIDN'T! Fuc ears ajcu mu touas our .i.u. He iun all WEAS ESSH t BISSASKS Ot Mj I OUR HEW BOOR explains all Iu U i. e h Vitnl Fre for iimtial il tU VlW' Trill V, (Ui Dlaeat tCtiSl Xliuu 1C.IL fO.. 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