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THE DAII5? CnniC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic C1XT MPKOlAHa. W. II. Ilatightmt ?.. t eeotaters and Furnishers, Ml and tM F V 'I1 hi. How 18 1 Ms for itimit' A Three rtw Bedroom Set 9nlM Oak LarVe lays JR Wewtll sell tort the same 8W, yltft tptvutcjmi Mattress, for l M our rMlMJrnwsto carpet. $1 w ywrytrd. ojwtTseTT Brniwels Carpet, 7V per WtJ. Wrr MM Jtoooerte trpw,$i.8S per 'Hi I09 nt nonett, reliable atxids at rwwwwrttfe pHcee, Onr Store h Mil of t!r. AH ptfeen HMiARieeil. W. n. Horoirms A 4.. 141 1W F street northweM . Hntttlen's New I'nll (Irwin. Joins HtMrten, the ptoneer Installment man, rentmli loraert at mand M3 Seventh street notthlvsjst, ha Jnt retnrned fmm the etrst MliwrtfW with an Immense supply of all Mmf nf housekeeping foods, carpets, stoves, rata. etc. Ton ran fnrnlsh rout Knnir f mm rvimr to i price on t . ,. - . . .. . - -: --'- arret, at this More, with cash ine insiaiimeni pian. The National Sf Hep-wit Unmrmny, Cr. lAth.1l. anil N. V. Avennn. Wwragefw snrarwartv, Jewelry, knew. Fine i aad rataablee of all Mud. Ubanee BRxterate. Safe deposit box for rest t the terr lowest rate. - .. . W TOO PLAY Til IQRSlf? ir So. Von Mmt tin to Jflnhton Uttr. for SlHtitn Unrln Is OIosmI. Tlrt men wfco play tbtlr money on tbe hotssss will no lonjrer weml their way In the direction of SereBlh street k1 Ike Injttmtary, ami Ibe amount of I'liMiK'M o the Seventh street ctble line will be ptrretrtlbly ilecrwswl In cpcaettience. The MM nfevcnllmr the kctplnj- of pool-rooms within tbe Pla- lilct ui Columbia rmiwed the House fcaliirtlity, and although It hat not vet been signed, the book-makers yesterday took time by the forelock, quietly pulled down thilr blackboards, nicked up their cash lioxea and denartetl In the future ihc pool-players will make tbe Long Iitldee a busy tfiormigli fare, and tbe trump, tramp, tramp, so common i-ver this historic structure during war times, will be revived ngntn. J.ytin A Wall, James, Wllkle&Co., Vflbtlergiift ami a number of others opened places at Jackson City this alttrnoon. Some have not concluded to locate there and may move else where. The book makers says that thry do nut fear molestation on the part of the Virginia authorities, and that Ihty aniltipflto a lhely business there, s ihe Pennsylvania Itnllway Comiwny will stop nil local trains nt Jackson City. A TOO-PREVIOUS OFFICER. l'ollcrtnan Jtmnn Has n (lain Which Is I'rumiitly Dismissed. On Saturday night Ofllcer JIason had awattant for the arrost of Itlcunrd Jlcieilltli, who was supposed to be at tbe house of Addle Meredith. He wnnt to the huiisc and stated that he had the warrant and wanted to know If any Ltd there could read It. Mrs. Mere dith's daughter said sliu could, and while h nas lining so lloger Meredith mine downstairs and wanted to know vl.at was the maitir. The olllcer I 'acetl him umlur arrtst and lml lilm in i null to day charged with Interfering with an cither and with assault. Judire Mllhr dUinlwxl one caw and Impoeed ii III u ol (A In the other lloger Mere i III. ha tx tD an employe of the Ar HrjU'n Ilnlfl for flft.n years nnd hm titvir liven arrueted before. Aipeal for Ilentitutn llehrewa. At the cIimo of the oxerclsea at the kjnagocue last night Itev. Dr. Stern lead a circular Introducing Kabul dial Ercklel Mulamed, who hat come to this ctuutry to solicit donations ror the Im rovetUliHl and deetltute Hebrews of Jk'bton. An Immediate collection wai made. Another appeal will be iimilu this morning. Thow who have not the opportunity to subscribe at tho templo are requested tnseml their contribution to one of tbe following committee: Itev. Dr. Stern. Henry King. IwU Abraham, it. Kordlluger or Abraham I'lthur. The money inuet be forwarded sextWrdnettUy. Although the appeal U made to tbe Jewish congregation, gay heritable person may help to swell tbe fundi. Uunvanlluo ut L'urrull Hull. Ob Twiday, October 7. tbe Catholic Young Men's National Union will begin lie tixtttBlb ntuuel convention in this cliy at Carroll Hall, and will continue le Mton for two ilayo. The session will optn wlih a high maw service at H 1'aliUk'i Cliuicli, and cloe with a In qua at Ibf Ailtngton. The dl gatie, nuinberiBK siveral bundred from aiiu iwils nf I tut country, will be tenoVrntl a reception for which arrange iveaU have Imb tuadeua alliMtral scale. It ttccpcetcd lUt the eonvealloo will Le addietsttl by Hie Km locate Cardinal (Jibboeu. .1 PiofptTou Church, The SUioh HapUu Church (colored) cfcWsbiaUd tbe iHtnty teveath aBafver- kjry tf iu foueditig j tUndy by iUUa log tH as latreliae; SMHtoa ilelivered Ly It v. WUJUw Warrea The church ws inl crfgaaLted la )Wi3 by Dr. Sawp ttu with oaly ft.urltea wcwlwn. Tkve totgugU bow Mualttiis 550 aad U iapldy Ui.re4aar. Two bdUllag Lnv- ev-o eirLtd Uaea Uw foudtag ol letkairii. I he prewat oae eoeticur vtr 40.UMJ. TUimor. Kev. WlT Uia Walki r, died but AuH awl aiaee tut llau tbe pulpit hae Uew vacua!. TImi WehlB(ttoa ft-heuHaa Veteia, Gtiwiwrfg MataaatelMM', UetOaeiMr Mtli tair Vaseia, Qwaaaa Vetaiaew, Waeb iDgtea Smmmttkuad, PtMueaix AHwter Verala, CaMaUttar Ywata, Btmm Vtaeaa. ColusabU Buad. ColitaihU Tu Vereta aad otaar Qui sua "lfi of tale oky will paiticipaw la ike fw Uvttlaa U Gma D.y,'' wUbUcow ueaecs aext ftuaday evealag aad will Lc rejttwttfri Moeulay- Futbrr Cfc4MU IHU Hut. lnuk. bt. JiattkveVs Ciaoiic Cfauick wm tbroagtMj wtek a large coagNf alius ya-uiOa-y atotalag. tt aavlag Lata wtaacliaii ttat tfca paeior. Dr. CtAfwlW. would a. tame wlcteaca to kb eleveiioa to the fc'twWoaaia w bikkot ol gaaU Fe. is M B M au iJm pan la th U u cue. eefe, uil kit keJ4 aaa ra ti ivee) ao otbU "r"tTTrit' of ai puaMMos. ntmtmam was pceadwd L Faik Kwvkg u.-hktom Kta IMwuiuw Aurfcllah idai ol CliaiuaaU pit-adkMl yttlmtor at St. PtHruk's Ibutck Wg faxja coagrenWa. Uk tui wa tiaa fMeajtvaaaat of ia ttiUfk Mcnneajtuf paaaace- He ufrtutotaeaBviMiHiatiuaof Ckrbit -o taakV, aa4 aaW tkm had bava ataay Meet ttaeavet ! tfca woy, but aotoa wboatdatec wtneof u.a utaltod tiiij iu e tipuac of Ckvriat. 4ianiAMt H4e tieaia' to Ha, a culotud wan, ucJ cunt; iataUe psofaaa laAguajfe os Bell liat ti .t Bight la Uw pjeaattee of a luaUr t lj pa-aeaet. UflUMsr ak .NJi 1. Uopp..u.ii tu be ua La U4T iiekLa Uut ud ijuai i4 Uiia lur the etatiua, H wae aaaauited Ut tac treut by aa ujakaoara colod ataa aad bit k a bckk. Tbe laiier uwdv Ui, Kacaie. STRONG APPEALS. Cnncrewmnn Mnrn Honmlly Demtnn i the l"e ef Tebnew nntl Mwir, Rprtenttlve Motse of MiWawchn tte spoke iMt night l tins Flm C m grefmlonal CJinrcb, on tire oiemfon of the tempeiancc meeting nmtar th an nfcea of the Army, JTavy ami Marine Corps Dnrtment of the Xon-1'artlean Women's Christian Temrwrance Union. Miss Chaw, who has done such good temberajnee work amone tlw sold fen and mlrora, presided. Hev. J. II. llrad ford offered prayer, and Mrs. Lydla II. Tllton read a portion of 8c ripttire. Dr. Blfchoff presided at the organ. The wshers were uniformed soldiers, ami on the platform were placed whlw and bin bannerets. Mr. Motse, In the course of W re marks, saw that voting men should lay a tood foundation for their future ca reer lie sahl there was aa much poison In tobacco as mm, ami gave as HltMtra lions of this the deaths of President Grant and the Kmperor Frederick of Germany. Gcd never Intended, he Mid. to make a smokestack of the n ooth and noses of men. There was as much nutrition, lie said. In alcohol as In a stroke of lightning. He advised the doctors. If needs be, to prescribe whisky for their patients In homeo pathic doses and to take none them selves. He claimed that there was not one man of good moral character en gaged In the saloon business, ami said that the revenue derived from liquor licenses ought not to be turned Into the treasury, but med forererilng a lunatic asylum or In purchasing a graveyard. hen Judas Israrlot betrayed the Savior he returned the thirty pieces of sliver, but It could not be returned to the treamry becamolt was blood money. Sir. Morse gave numerous recital of Incidents connected with the habit of drink, and closed with an appeal to all not to go where Ihey would be tempted, and to show themtelves on the sflle of temperance. Weler Chapel ltenovnteil. During the past summer tho Interior or the Wesley Chapel Sunday-school has been undergoing a great Improve ment. The celling has been handsomoly frrscocd, the woodwork repainted, nnd new carpets placed upon tho lloor. Yesterday tho school was reopened, nnd was largely attended by tho members of the church. The pastor, Hev. C. W. Ilaldwln, In tho regular church, services 6poke of the Importance of the Sttndny Btbool and tho success which had at tended nil Us efforts. A reunion was held In the nftcrnoon, nt which the superintendent, Mr. V. It. Woodward, presided. The exercises wore entirely Informal, nnd consisted of five minute talks, singing, nnd tho experiences of thoso who had attended nnd taught In thu school. Temperance ThIIih. The regular Sunday cvenlug tem perance mictlng nt Good Templars' Hall was held last night, under the auspices of the D. P. Holloway Lodge. Tbe met ting was well nttended and was pi raided over by Professor W. S ltowlev, ihc Chief Timplar. Thechalr man delivered n short address, after which lliprcsentatlve Kerr of Iow.i j;ae an interesting temperance talk, pK i inline total abstinence as tbe prln clplo underlying tbe prosperity, not only or tbe Individual, hut of tho State and country. Miss Belle Long recited ttmperanco poem entitled "Five Cents n Glass." At the conclusion of the mi otitic thu total abstinence pledge was tlgntd by a number of young men. lllil t'p an Ubatrepeinu I.oileer. Thomas Mason, a young white man, walk til Into the Sixth Pnclnct station last night with n piece of gas pipe In hl hand about three feet long. He had just coriiu from the Emergency Hos pital, and his bead and race was pretty well strapped with bandages. Mason claimed that be bad been hit In the head by Thomas McCavran at tbe New York lodging bouse, which the latter keeps on C street between Tenth and Kteventu streets. McCavran declare that Mason came Into the place flourishing a rair, ami that be used tbe gas pipe In self-de fi'Bte. He furnished collateral for an- pee ranee In Police Court. Death of no OM Olllcer. George D. Kenner, one nf the oil ilme and faithful officers of the Metro politan Police, who has recently been dolug duty In tbo Fourth Precinct, died at bis borne, 9ot)l Third street south west, yesteiday, after a lingering Illness. The direct cause of his death was a cancer, and he had suffered much pain tiace last January. Tbe deceased was pioiated on the force whtu It was ru organised in istjs, and lor a number uf yeats was stationed In the Fifth Pre clncl. He was held In high esteem by tbe ottteere on tbe force, aad bis funeral, which takes place to tMuiow, will so doubt be largely e'teaded. SlUril lit Iilru A iri ty tuna with a red Hag hsdoulte a eiowd gathered around hlw yester day afkraooa near the Capitol. He was giving a religous addreas but could but expUia what part the red tlag 4)td. He aaia that Wu butoaaiwi ta AllrutoHB. Pa., aad after beiag lakea to Lb uteaaat Kelly's ptaeiaet We was tt at to his aoHUr for which be had a tu ket la bU pocket. Lutheran NyMnl. Tke gyaol of Marytaad of Ike Luth eta Ckuiek will saeet oa Tuesday. OciinW7. at the LuUtaraa Memorial CWusck, Yetaaoai aveaua aad Four ttttst hisaet aortaweat. About 100 dakgasw frosm Haiti atote aad Weatera Itaiylasui aad Ikb cliy will be preisat. Tlui sasisnnj of tisa coavasUiost will last foe savefal days. Ike fejlutlluii t KaUwujr Trave4 Is ekbiUaad ia tka stoyal Blue Liaa Tnuas uo nuuilag betaeaa WasMagSoa, Balti otut, HtUaOelLiaU sad New York, Tte B. A O. R. K. Kacfc car ht every train is veU lukrd, InrlmMag bagKage cars, 4ay eoacae. partor Lars ud Uneixent. All are bealixl by tieaat uul Ugbtad by Mataek gas. Taa mt tUJicj plug device Is sttsftved to ever) car. Around lae ordinary traveler, rl4uw la taa day caeca, i taoietose tUrwwu ta Mote dt;n uf alety a guards taa uur cxiluure pM.Bgr oct.Ulug tke pailur or lerpli'$ lj Tbe cuiafurU uf tkecuaick paHcugcr are lurUusr pruvioad for tiirubk tbv krpaiate UaUilUM for KHrbtirBwii olid ladlLo iu cacb .ar A saps rate ftiai-kliiy luuij uiiiucut Ui eatti car is al.ij Ll-U kalult. U it ttlll cuOUUCUii u lf iu ibf kcr . t iLt hJ Foa AND INFANTS INVALIDS. zj ' THt ONLY rWf Substitute for Mottor'a tkJt lhWALUSatS m cwotta -uranTuM tiituiks. A it-uoalf iinnliUnO Sxud u OYSaTtGa, CMttiMTIVSS. COUVAi.KCSiTS. A WUta-gcT WlSttwT laaHewiiKawiiMiiii, WJIIIHI M SaSAIM. SUM W 4U aUHAIU. ttiaiotasr Oot.iaca-aoooai.c co , avia. ssAac, OTal DUFFrS PURE HiSKEV FOR MEDICINALUSE NO FUSEL OIL 'Ilicro nrp ninii.v ito-rntlril nliUlilr In Hir ninrkel, lint II line Iippii proieit le.innil n ilonlit tlint llnirt'i l 'lilt: M.Y Mill: JIDDHIMAl, OM'. It U nil elllrtirlniie rcnicil.T Tor ilpplit, no nilmlrnlilc cure Tor t'oiiRh. CnliU, Avlhtitn, llrniichltl, tlillU, ?lulnrlii mill Ihc IJrlp. It Innr llir. ojiiImii mill pnrlllri lliii lilooil, ithtnit STItf.MiTII 1l .Ml:. mill iti:i.u:rTo vto.Mr.v. It rnn tip nliliilnril nt nil ilriiir-lnr-e. Spoil lor mir linnli. I III! DITIY SI ALT WIIINKIIV t'O., Itoeliptpr, ST. V. ACTIVE TEMPERANCE WORKERS, hie SleetlncK llelil reateritar nmt Slnnj- SIeiihI the l'leilee. Kotwlthstandlng the cool weather last evening, tho temperance tent noar the Wallach School building on Penn sylvania nvcniie southeast, was so crowded that many persons were com pelled to stand throughout the oxer clfcs. Addresses wcro delivered by Grand Chlcr Hulcr .T. C. Leo and Hon. F. S. Gootlrlch of Florida. A number of persons signed the pledge. Another Itcchablto temperance meet ing was held yesterday afternoon nt Clalmigh'a Hall, 1080 Fourteenth street north west, under tho nusplces of Corronck Tent, No. 51, Union Tent, No. 87, Naomi Tent, No. n (ladies' branch), Salem Tent. No. 15 1. Ana coslln Tent, No. 1US, nnd Columbia Tent, No. 1. Addresses were niadn by Philip II. Strclc, chief rulor of Colum bia Tent, No. 1. .1. C. Lcc, grand chief ruler, nnd Dr. K. W. Klrby, who has charge of nn nppllcntlon for a charter, made n statement. Nearly thirty names, he said, had been pro cured for the charter, and that tho tent would bo organized at onco. Tho members or Union Tent. No. 87, havo nrranecd rornn application for n charter or n ptlmory tent In South Washing ton, nnd a preliminary meeting will be hilt! to morrow evening lo organic a junior tint on Cnpliol Hill. Since July 1 nine tents have Increased about 150 In mtmhtrshlp. It Is proposed to dot the city with tents from one end to the other. .Mm or llruc. Tho National Wholesale Druggists' Association will meet tonight at the Arlington and will continue In session until Friday. Tomorrow tbev will have a promenade concert by the Marine Hand, take a tour of the city on Wednesday, have a banquet on Thurs day and on Friday will accept the In vitation of the wholesale druirgists of Usltlmoro uml under the auspices of tbe latter go to Mount Vernon. The Proprietary Association, composed of patent medicine, men will hold a session at the Arlington to morrow night and on Wednesday. The Ncoop-.Net or Trivial Caaea, There was the usual number of Mon day morning cases In the Police Court lousy, but Judge Miller disposed of them in a hurry by dismissing a largo percentage of them. As Is too fre quently the case, many nf the Monday cases are ttlvial ones and very often thu defendants have spent two nights In the station-house which Judee Miller deems sufficient punishment In many Instances. ST EE HOST ON' ACCOUNT OF PUfllTY. AGE AND STRENGTH. l'lKlally tiuoil Tor luiiilly I'm). Itciii-IU'lul fur Weak uml l'urftou. Ieliiliulel R.S.WIDDICOMBE Sluuitxer Wukblujitou llruucli, 703-705 North Capilol Stieei Telephone 273. FOR hURHfSH INGS AMD HATS. GO TO THE Sftai bra if M ad E SU Kit.mi, Wter evcrr-M-ir P- U to tfc gcl0at yhicms to aiTT avitHYSWavr We can aauarfoa tor tae enaslag laaimn taa deatiat Una of WM Sanllemaa Sitte ar ebuwa in tae BUtrict. ad uur W Bkeas aaK e !. have aa Wa Uae ofiojrs' aait. 13 tu tt yean, Ikm M to 3 t UilOrta'e kalu, A Sf tu SJ. iu Hcu' PaetaUaMW we we taa toiitara, as we u.pulitcturt- eterr Juilar's WOftf mx elii:. nii4 ittwefore cab save iea Maar ittiU oa even JwUar Uvactad. Wa v MM Umt (uutaluoas la t'MnenrtaiaateUi id wcul utti guarautaed aavar to tu, aad oar -' w. 13 aad BJ8 vaats at baiuad oaaMaU- t'uo iteluw wt aMtatiua lav prteae U ear aV-s b4 FuxuUtiiag injods: rjuaJiiatile.Mjtd erasysMstce fealaJfcat Miller', etxle. .. at l to. Yuuauiu '1 Utot LjS, Is, al turn Ak lot not epaolar SI M Qetay. Barjeala la Hea'k Uaaaraiear la U uuU ut. Sum v tut eadaT Baa rail Bre bliku at :&u ai lauTaotbruidared awoead era sr, 4.11 OkglaaK auvolUa ia ecker at 6. ad sac. bm fuu jet ready tu tmrnasf aay ot taa abu article tie iu a catl- mm aj h tem. ST. w. H. FRIEDLANDER, mMALTW MS? 'we1 iisjy 1 IS GOOD We Tolerate Ho OUR METHODS FAIR AND Our Low Prices Ml Overcoats Are a Necessity low. SO Styles In Men's Overctwls, at f G flO; sold elsewhere at $t0. 38 Styles In Men 's Overcoats, at $10; sold elsewhere at $15. 10 Styles In Men' s Overcoats, nt $15; sold elsewhere at $99. 27 Styles In Men's Overcoat", at $80; sold elsewhere at $90. These Overcoats aro both ltocular nnd Ilox Styles and are In K ertoys, Meltons, lllack Cheviots, Worsted and Mixtures, nil of them Tailor Made and cannot be duplicated elsewhere In this city. In Soils We Will Agreeably Surprise You If You Call On Us, Men's Knockabout Suits, Saok or Cutawny. f 0.50; sold every where nt $10. Men's All-wool Cheviot Suits, Sack or Cutaway, at $10; sold everywhere at $15. Men's All-wool Suits, In 20 styles, nt $12.50; sold cvory whore nt $17. Men's Fine Prince Albert Sulls. 10 stylos, at $15; sold every where at $28. Wo show tho Most Complete Lino of Odd Pants in tho city. Knockabout Pants, $1.50; sold everywhere al $2.25. All-wool Pants, 20 styles, $2 50; sold everywhere nt $8.50. Knobby Dress Pants, 40 styles, $1; sold every whoro nt $5.50. Klegant Dross Pants, 40 sljlcs, $5, $0 nnd $7; sold every where nt $7, $3 nnd $10. In Hoys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats our Stock and Prices Stand Hoyond All Competition. Bear In tnlnd, by trading here you buy direct rrom tbo manu facturer, thereby saving tho wholesale dealer's nnd Jobbers' profit. -PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 31 1 Seventh WAStUNOTON'. V. C. MANUFAO TORIES: 212, 214 and 216 W. Washington St., Syracuse, N Y. 52, 54 and 56 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. W ATM m &XM LramL3LnjiLjtU THE POSITIVE CURE. IlILY UllOTUERS. It Warren Grand, Upright and Square PIA3StO FORTES. 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Messrs.lMuhepard Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called -s ES, This series will be issued in rronthiy 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, M jlmki M k Citfkie ii Ml h 1 The Blind Man and the Oeril. Uf HUKBAg. 110 ha ftdlowadat' No. 2 In Tniiti v, Df, k tranefs MMi laraXLkUU M. Bsntatai. Hi 3-Tbu MiMi Mm vyouvtBorrtc. raealscd bf all buukUars aad aair sluala aiuajbas saat oa tacalyt ul kUw LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOSTON. 8r Mel WES Y HDJOINING THB METHODIST UNIVERSITY, Corner Loughboro and Tunlaw Roads. The Sale of this Most Delightfully Situated Property Opens SEPTEMBER 25 TKMJD CLOSES OCTOBER 25. Price, 10 and 20 Cents Per foot, A Splendid Opportunity to Double Your Investment filliin a Reasonable Time. This property is most beautifully situated on a high ridge overlooking and in close proximity to the heart of the city. The electric cars pass within a few hundred yards ol the place. It Is high and dry, and the great panorama, ever presented to view, of the Government's beautiful buildings, the hills of Maryland and Virginia, with the historical and classical Potomac River, makes WESLEY HEIGHTS a most charming and attractive place for a home. As an investment It Is unrivaled. TERMS: One-quarter cash, balance In one, two and three years, with interest at 6 per cent, per annum. Fifty dollars earnest money will be required upon each lot and will be applied to purchase when settlement is made. Deed to be passed free of all expense with ab stract of property. From the gross sales, seven y per cent, will be placed in a sinking fund to be applied to making improvements. We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove one ol profit in a very short time. John F. Fourteenth and G Streets. James B. Iiambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS,$!.5 and $1.50. HAKE TE4 OR OflFFEE !N 10 OB 13 MIHUTE3. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In stant the cooTcing Is done you can extlngulsh'the fire. FOK SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' v m P I -JPI Li RUJipsJpBssWi Ii in i v . I JLi Lfftf-"- Lhukt iti That truhk Ccamc mm KHCESSilpft , .aisai i M, TMjliSssssssjsjjjsjBlsst' ft iMC"V tX:mfZ rTMsfnii rTil H IiBIiTtt v ZS , J "1 A r . MPmmm K R at&i to t bat. ""jssssWssjIbbHN a'C J4A!!'g4rlfei' 'Jsi Wsr 'Mt'-yVffWliiirM f J auuuuuajatfpsl L vlA sssssslssssVsW?SK W11--. w i RhgllFfjl nltBsssssA .' slssssSsLsssssssssMsir -HMttUftMK assfc.A -m. j.A. BiaasBa . J Bg- 1 ssssssssssssssshi sssssssssstt SKStP- 7IBssssfcilssfflssssB9sssssss9sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssB AtsB 3 BUT TOUR TRUSKS AM IAMBSS - ISZ UsT JtJ Kit 0 E3 X S, tie Sekctttk at K W , next w Odl ytitow' Hli HEIGI 15 Waqgman BY Till icAtr.no a 1)3. - ' S ' ' ' ' S r s r The Great Pennsylvania Route To Uw North, West and Southwest. Doable Trwk. Rplnxlfd Scenery. Steel RftlR Miftilfleent Bqntpment. In effect My Jlth. nxi. Trains lesxe TVahtnton, trow station, cor ner of Sixth and B streets, m follows: For IrjTTiirii nnd the Wet, Chfcro Ural trt B j press of rnllman AestltraleCftrsat 80 n n dally; Fan Line, 10 SO a ra dally to CMcmo. Commons and St. lionls, with steewrw cars from narrttmr: to lndlanftn wa, Mltsbtirt; to Oolnmbns; Altoom to CMonew. St. !xnls Chicago and Cincinnati Byireas S SO p m dally Parlor Car Wa?h ttflon to IlarrlsbnrK. and Sloepln: enrs MrrWninf to St. IoH, Chicago and Cln efnmtl, and Dlnlnc car narrlsbnrc to St Ion Is, chteairo and clnclnnall. Western Bx mesa, at T.lu p m dally, xlth Sleenln Oars Mctlnici 8wepT iipaniiiftiuu luvmunNuaatt Dk, lAIIIin, con- ll.tfll til 1 1 1 1 r ll lt.wl.liM.a mltk ... IBM.. timt t k.alll1.. .. .Aukl V. 9, li- iu, ijuuiitiira.iiu jicmirnn. i nil llltilni Car rtttshnrv to HlrV,mon.t . thfeaeo. raolfle Sxprem, 10.00 nm dally, for Fhtshnrc and the West, with thronsh Sleeper to filtsbnrn and rittsbitr to Chl- nALMORK ASD rOTO.MAC RAILROAD, nm Kasb, Cajmndalifna, Rochester and Nl agara Falls dally, except 8nndy. 8 10 a m. "J KlLi- 9n'P'",,,nm "' Rochester dally; KrUsffaloand Niagara dally, except 9t YJS&H. ??pum,.wl,h Sleepln UarVVash Innton to Rochester. Fo1i S,',UMT,!5T' Look "tn Klmlra, at B9 a ra dally, except Sflnday. Pon Wii.Mamstobt, daily, S.S0 nra pS"orli;AV?l.HU Ji5w-Yor'1 A th Bast. 2S?-,5!.,, ,.0.?r 1HOa ra. J0. 3.1M.W, 8.40. 10 00 ami 11.80 pm. On Sunday, O.oo, 11.40 n m. 8.10, 3.1R. 4 80, 10 00 and ll.Jo p u l.lmlteil Express of rnllnmn 1'arlor Cars 9.40 a n dally, except Sunday. New York only. Llmltea Kipress with ninlsc Car, 6 00 p ra dally. Pon rtm.AnrLrmA only. Fast Bxptess 8 10 a m Treek-daya and 4 p ra dally. Kxpren Bnnday only, S 4fl p m. Fon Boston wlthont change, S.15 p ra every nay, Fon Buookltn, N. T all throimh trains con ectat Jersey City with boats of Ilrooklyn Annex. afTordlnq direct transfer to Fulton street. avohllnKdoublo ferrlauo across Now York City. Fon Atlantic Citr, 11.40 a m weekdays, 11.30 Fon lUl.TIMnnr, 6.SB, T.S0, fl.10, 9.00. 9.40, 10.00. 10.SO, it coand 11 40a n, l?.os, 2.10, 3.1s 3,30' 4 00. 4 SO, 4 30, 5 00. 5.40. 0 00, 7 40, 10.00 ftn ll.soptn. On Sunday 9.00. 005, 10.ro, II. 10 a m. 8 10, 3.1S. 3.10, 4.W, 4.S0. J.00, 5.40, 0.W, T.40, 10.00andll80ptn. i or Pora's CnxtK Like, T 80 a m and 4.30 n m dally, except Sunday. ' FoRAiicAroi.i,r.i!0 and 9.00 am, 18.03 and 4.TO p m dally, except Sunday. Sundars, 0.00ajnand4.sopm. WASniNQTOM SOirrnKRN RAILWAY. In effect May 11th, 1990. Fon At.r.XANnntA, 4 30, 0 38, 7 43, 8 4", 9.15. I0.&7a m. 18.01 noon, 3.03, 3.;, 4.80, 4.53, 0.01. 8.08, 10.05 and 11.30 pm. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.15, 9.43 10.37, o ta, 8.30, 0.01, 8.08 and 10.03 p. m. AwoMMonATios for CJimntlco, 7.13 a mand 4Jpm weekdays. 7.43 am Sundays. FoRlliniMoNDand tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 1.53 p m week days. TtiAiNslearo Alexandria for Washington. 0.05 7 1 5, 8 ro. 9.10, 10.15. 11.07 a m; lJM. 3.00, 3J0. 5.10. 6 05. 7.00 n.ao. 10 37 and II OS p m OnEundarhtO.lOand 11.07 n m: 8.00, 5.10. 7.05. 7.89. Oi-0 and 10.37 pm. Tickets and Information at tho ofllco. northeast corner of Thirteenth strcot and rcnnsrlTnnta avenue, and at tho nation. whero orders can bo left for tbo chocking of baggngo to dostlnntlon from hotels and rosl- dences. ciias. k. ruaii, J. H. WOOD, Oeneral .Manager. Ocnl. l'ass. Agent. Italtiiuoru anil Ohio Rallroaiir Sohednlo In effect Juno 20, 1890. Leave Wnhlgton rrom station cornor of row Jenev nvenuo and U street. For Ciiicauo and Northwest, Vostlbulott Llmllcd expross dally 11.30 a a, oxprosj Fon CiNci'nN ATt, Bt. Louis and Indianapolis cxprees daily 3.(0 and 11.30 pm. FoRl'iTTSBtTu and Cleveland, express dill 9 10 a mand 8.40p.ra. Foh I.txixHToN anu points In tho Shenandoah Valley, ll.'O am. Fon in iixsttR tnd way stations, t5J0 p m. Fob Li'rat, til JO and 8.10 p m. For IlALTiMonx, week days, 4 06, 3 00, 0.13, 7.0. 7JW18.CO 45-mlnutes). 8.30, 9.30, (11.00. 18.00 45-nilnutem a. m , 18.10,8.13 (8io 4V minutes), (3.15, 45-rclnutei), 3.33, 4.30, 4.30. M (I.t0, 45-mlnutes). 3.30 0.00, 0 13, 0.30. 710. 7J0, 8.S6, 00. 10.30 and 11.31 p. m. t-lindaT'. 4 C6, 7.S0, 7.30, 8JO. 9.30 a ra. (18 CO, 43 minutes) 1.00. s.13, (8.50, 4Vinla Utes) 3.89, 4.30, 4 Si, (1.50. 45 minutes) CM. . MS, 0.30. 7J0, 8.3ft7l03. 11.30 p m. Ior Wat hTATioNs between Washington and italtlwore. 5.W, C, 8.30 a m., U.io, 3.s IS' 9 ' 'J 3U n m- Sundays, 8.30 arn 1.00. Ste,4.S8,6A, UOpm. Trains leavsj IUltimobk for Washington, week days, 3. CO, e.30, e.W. 7.13, 7.J0. 8.0O, SM 8 35, 9.80 and 10.30, 10.33am.: li.OO, 13J0. 3.10. 8.SC, 8.30, t 00, 4.13, 5.00. 0 00, 0.35, 7.00, 7 10, 8.80. 8.30, 9.00. 10.10, 10 JO and 11.00 1 m. Suudars. 0 30, 7 15. 8 30, 8 M, 9.3J, 10.W, 10.38 IS, 13.00. 1 .OS. S 10, 8 SO, 4.11, 8.00, BM, 7.00.7 30. 8.80, 8.S0, 10 10. 10.30 and tLodprnl For Annapolis. 6 36 and 8.30 a m., 14.10 and 4 30 p ra. Sundays. 8 so a ra 4 18 n m. Leae Annapolis. 0.35, 8.S7 a m., l.'.OJ, lie I'm. Sundays, 8.30 am., 3.33 pm. Foh bTATioN on the Metropolitan Drano tJ,S9 a m. 11.15 p m. For prltclpst statfos only, tl0.40 a ra., tIJO and 1iM Fob IIockville and Way Stations, tl 35 p ra. For Oaithiciibur aad lotvraiedlate pclnu, :S:!tV.,,paB,!a-"-w'3 FotiUui u's and loteruiedlate stations, ,0 Church train Waves Washington on Sunda. atl 15 p in., stopiilne at all stations oa Metropolitan Branch. For Fbeiuhh k. ttf 30. jH.W, (9.30 til, 30 a a.. Sl.l,t.80,tl.30pBi. For IIauirhtowm, tlO 40 a ra. and tS.10 p m. Train arrive tram Chicago dally 11.13 am asU 4.W n m; fiona ClaelBnatl and t Louis (taby l.to a ra aad 3. US p in; irum FltUburir 7.J a ra.5JM)pm dally. NKW YORK A 1'IIILADBLPIII.V DIVISION. For New toaic.Treatoa. ewsrk.N J. and JtUutbeth. H. J , 105, tKOO, W.W nix) rbi .&$, 'M and 10 3o p in, Iluffet 1'arlor t arson all day tralBS. Sleeping far on the WJu p ra, opn at 9.00 p m. For I'uiLAbXLruiA, 1.96, tiOO. 10.00, 1800 boos, !, 4.50, LIS and !.) o rn. Fob Newark. Ul , U llmlflgtou and CbMtar, 4 0, teeo am, 'UM noon, 'W, 'ISO, l.isaiul'is sapra. Fob ikTBRREiMATK Hunts btwHi LU'tlmora aad 1'U.adeipRiii, t5 (W and T JO a m, t.'W, l.apBi. Txaimi leave New York for Washington, tW.tllslSH.'J.W, .3C, 5.00 p iu aad 815BlCHt. Tiuimuiii; IHdladeipUa lor Wakhlsgtoa, 4.84. t.tJ, , J1S5 a JO, tl.K), 131, tvau n.scpu. 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