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THE DAILY CUTTIC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 0, 1890.
u I p Teds Daily Critic aiTr trKOiAitti. Ir NtvotH"i ami JjwM ot Vlt-nr, WWHJwwtWM. malarial, ethsftstlnt and kindred tMMw, Ring's .t . nPiwA i Tonic wine ot coea atl&MUfti it 75 cents rr pint bottle, only oase dttis: Slots. W. II. Itntichton l. reeMMen and ItanMtwr, Hi Mid ? street northwest. Ho Is this for A TWM-rtMa Bedroom Set SolM Oak fllaiM ita. Wf will Mil svm ifce RsntM With JlMfM Mid Satire's, for II9.M Ow bt BWIf Brossels carpet. $1 to petysM. OW Mat Tatwttrr Brassels carpet. TJ pet MM. Oat best Moqueue csrpet. Si per yW. It fan item honest, reliable goodi ist teMMMMe pMees, Our Store Is fall of the. All price gaaranteed. W n. Hiirnitros A Co., tsis lssD F street northwest. Itmlilrn's New Fall Crftli. John RwMen, the pioneer Installment man, eeaursHy taeitted at MO aed S3 Seventh street Bortn(ret, has Inst retnrned from the eart ein markets with an Immense supply of all kind of htawkeeptn: goiwR carpets, stores nun, etc. Toncan fnrnlshronr honse tmm cellar to garret, at this t.re, with cash prices, oh the Installment plan. The Nattnnal Snfe Hepwslt Otmpany, Our. lftth St. ami N. Y. Avenue. 9veTMe ftir S!?6t ware Jewelry Laoss, Fine mods and valuables of all kinds. Cfcarw BKtderate. Safe deposit hoses for rest at the very lowest rates. FIGHTING THE SALOONS. Interesting AilHrrsses at the Women's National Christian Association, Tl Women's National Christian Association held a meeting at llamllne M. 15. Church last night for tbo benefit of Ike free reading room on Eleventh street near Utirxle Island avenue. Mrs. llowtto 15. Lawson gave a history ot the gwxl work which has attended the orttHDg of the rending; room ami which was for the tmrpoe of the reclamation of the colotetl youth of "Hell's Dot tern." llev. George tV. Moore, pastor of Lincoln Memorial Chinch, praises! the woik of the association. Mr. II. IJ. Moulton spoke of the great power of the llmior traffic which, as he said, had compelled the "ihree big hearted, broad-shouldered noble Commissioners" to Issue 1,907 liquor licenses In less then a yrar Instead of limiting the number of saloon licensee to 100, as they tUrlsrnt their Intention of doing. Mrs. La Ketra spoke of the great good which Is being done by the Col cud Youdk Men's Christian Associa tion of Itichraoud, Va., nnd Dr. Purvis of Providence Hospital said ho thought intempcrancu was largely due to Ignorance. llev. Dr. Naylor. pastor of the chutrh, was the closing speaker and laid that the battle between the read ing room and the saloon element that opposed It bad been a brave ooo. The saloon adjoining the reading room was a glltkd palace of sin, and it occupied the grandest structure on Eleventh Unci, between Massachusetts nvemie ntd tin! Ihuimlary. The day mUht conic, Dr. Naylor said, when the "VVt man's Christian Association would 1 c tLcir leading room in that very saloon. UNIQUE CELEBB&TION. "Ilia Uhillth uf I ho Talinrnaclu Has n ilurtrot Home. An unique celebration of a "Harvest Home" fcttlval took place at the Church of the Tabernacle yesterday morning. The chinch was profusely decorated with fruits, (lowers and veg etables, and the variegated colors and stilMlo artangement produced a beauti ful fleet. Arranged In a semi circle above the ilt was I lie text. The earth Is the .old's and the fullness thereof." The i in cites Logan with the singing of the hymn, "Ililnglng in the Sheaves," duilnic which eight young ladles, each bearing a sheaf of grain, ontered and tlunoaltix the sheaves at the foot of the pulnlt. The exercises consisted of cciintural readings, recitations and Meginc, awl sn address by the pastor, llev. Win. Orlftlths. Tbe vegttsbles and fruit will lie dis tributed to the poor in the vicinity when taken down. At the evening service Mr. Griffiths Kescbfcd his farewell sermon, as he ives to dsy to resume his post grad uate Hud It at Yale University. W1CKEDSESS IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES Dr. llulllsU Ttilnk We Are the Heat I'tuple In Ilia Worlil. lfev. Dr. ltsriktt preached his first KlUMSi klice his return from Europe at the Ktw York Avtaue rresbyttrlan ChureUyesiefUay mornlne. The church wssfllleUbya Urge audience awl the pulpit was ikcoraied by mssy tlorul cfferlngs. Dr JUrtlutt spoke of the ruoercss of CbrUiUulty all over the world, and especially of the good work wklek be had noticed in Europe. The ticatest work, be said, was belegdoae Sa Ike tlums of Indou aad I'arts by Hitefawrtcit and the Slvalio Army. Dr. Usrilelt pstkl several compliments in ik twlvatlon Army, aed Ueseribetl liis NMHlg wlU Mrs. 1 tooth, wife of He Grtisi of Ike Army, while rm SJU I We steaitter pole to KagUad. M. B"4h delivered urn address, be tW, whlek seesaed to biui the best re HJ us eUseswMsts fee kad ever ksrd. Dr Bait Ml ci prluded by a4iag the vtos)iftHiat wilk which Aatsncaai ii I law evils of Europe wbea tkey Hilt Ikim. Every liiie, bit vUiusd yutre. be ssfal. be was isspsessad wltk tbe fatt tkM ibe but psuple ia tbe uwbl weie tbose of our ow couatry. CHibbialiMl K Nlstk ABlvrry. Tbe sdntb saalverasay of tbe Fouttb itlt M- E Cbuicb Qosjkrl Teaiper aaee; jwiety was beM yesterday after vtxm Player ss offered by Btv Dr. IsseMHM, sa Mis. W. U rerguiua lead purttua td Scripture. Tbe sMiiai report was fttd by Thorns B tstabl. pnskjesu of tbe society, who sbawed Ibal tbe at tre dance bad la i.i4(d to rly MO. Duriajt its btee Use iiey bss bebl US Mkietitags, isctttlAg over U00 irfutures io tbe pkdge. Tbe ruusk was led by Kev. Or. lleasky, ad tbese were UsftrttG resisJioss by liiile sitrtba Qeewbvsjll, MtiSifrr TbsBas w&H M&y ftab A-Udressts ?ie delivesed by . CtrWs W. iialdU, Mia. Dr. Mcf4se KeUJy sud Mr. Wbiuey. jbr. BeWwiu. U tbe emus of bis re Whrks, said ikt tbe ptupb ot Wasb bMises) ' tHHs3g aiuuiidiy M.MO. GalsWlHuMs, itmJ to aboist WO.ttOe i Mcfe vi-rkteflt dy i ike year. Tic sojumJ sUg uf 7. M. Hedy te. I K- L-. was beW sast skt t9 ictt4 as foUows: Press- SP 4sJlpBS sW1bPP'WW PBJ"Bs; UuisiSMiMaj; scctMy. t B O'lbkv; wctmmt, Peter Mclftiyse, satat-s ajrws, Pmuick Gxsdy. Ees 4tsibws w uievLoriaM of tbe wit) J-jb itoflai O'Keiky tui Job Irvtu. bjto 'Mmhu of lbs branch, were aduBUxL twsjMB - spoihia tu wsbe is rut u i.aij (liaiitu la MilJ MWir. J i MaoaiJ aad Jaiuto A. i . ..i. 4.i.ai.to.i fcbelr BiWuos uu tkt iUfl uf tbe Homeopathic Free iis tkebMjy and Ira. M A. Curtis, Gcure Hen u oud L Y Baker bsv bvcu i' SPORTING GOSSIP. Tit bis Mimss of tee athletic mwn hixt satsrbay. Many Bn tries ltrteht I'ntspeeta rer the Jeehey Club Slrrllne A Shmlny 1'rtse light That I-mlrt Three IlenndS. The arranpmnenta for tbe big nthhsU xmtlnc of tbe Amateur Athletic Unron nt.tt Snttirrlay In this city art well nigh cWTflphned, ami the imllcattom point to the larftst and most successful meeting ever held. The two grand stands have a seating capacity of over 2,500, ami the admission has been fixed at f 1.90. Lieutenant Holllnberger will have charge of the pvllc arrangements, ami wires will be run in by tbe Western Union Telegraph Company. It is ef fected there will be at least 8,000 visit ing athletts, and the entries have reached nearly 800 contestants in the dltTtient events. The contests will begin promptly at 1 o'clock. In the morning the Colum Ma Athletic and Manhattan baseball clubs will play on the Island, but the game will not be part of tbe champion ship sports. The Lacrosse team from I he Muiylklll Navy of Philadelphia ami the Platen Island club will play a game at Capitol Park in the morning, the match being for the championship of the Union. This will be the first ex hibition game of Lacrosse ever played In this city. All the crack amateur athletes have entered for tbe different events, and the handicapping has been done so thor oughly well that all the participants will have an even chance. The track Is in the best pcsslble condition, and It would not beat all surprising If there were new records made at several of the distances. President Draney of the Washington Jockey Club Is In high glee over the promising outlook for tlio fall meeting, which will Ikj hold, beginning October 30, nnd lasting tight days. The number of entiles are already qiilto larco and it Is confidently predicted that this will be the most successful mccttne uvcr held In this city. All the crack horsos will bo here, ns racing will have censed on nil the Northern tracks by that time, except on some of the Now Jersey Hacks, which nro not likely to injure Washington's chances. An exceedingly clever three round mill between two colored middle weights, Chnrles Holcombe nnd Isaac Murgcn, both of this city, was brought t IT jetterdhy afternoon tlown the rlvor, nnd the former won In n Imttlo lasting but nine and a quarter minutes. It was one f the best arranged and moU tudcily bffiilrs of Its kind that has ever t ken plHro in this vicinity. Tuose who were fortunate etiough to go' the t p wire sporting nnd butlntss men who do not usually go to nlTalrs of this uiinr attir. The well known club under v hi re aurplcrs the light was given, was a Milllclcnt guarrnnteu Unit there wai to Le li'T.o of the toughness so prevalent at llfsbis The arrangement were rlrst clsss iu every respect. The boat left Its wharf shortly before 11 o'clock with about 150 pr id's en board. It took over three licuis to teach the batllo-eround. which was the same spot where North idgc nnd McMillan fought. It did not lake long to pitch the til footling, ami whin the ropes were secured Ho'combe rstne into the ring followed by hit second, the lllack 1'earl. There was some di lay on Murgcn's part, due to a luUunderstandlng regarding his second, srd It was nearly three o clock when be put In un appearance. 11111 Xorth ulto waa selected as referee, and a wtll-known sporting man held the watch. Holcombe won tbe loss of corners, lie was attired In navy blue trunks and while stockings, while Murgen'a colors wire an in nml dark blue. Precisely at 8.03 o'clock time was called for the first tound. Doth men sprang to the ccntie of tbe ring, and alter sparring for a inoraint or so Murgen made a flint, and leading wlih his left drove bis rlht against bti opponent's mouth, and received an ugly upper cut tu the stomach In return. They clinched and iu the IcOehllDg which followed Hol combe got in some effective body blows. WLen tbe men broke away Murgeo again countered on Holcombe's mouth, drawing first blood. The remaluder of the rrund was a series of clinches and wrestling, ami It closed with both men on ihe grc und jabbing at each other. Murgen was in high glee, ami cams up uniting for tbe second rouad, wnile Holcombe was spitting blood from tbe cut ofi his mouth, which started to bleed afrcib as Isasc again landed there. It SBgercd Holcombe, for be threw selesee to the wind aad went at his man ham mer and tongs. Murgen could not staud before Ike whirlwind of Wows. He wiiit down, only to meet tbe same fate three times in succession. The lnt was a knock out, but tbeeallof lime sufficed to f:ive MurgiB a ebsBCe to recover, aad be plwVlly put up bis baads attain. lli.lioiubts weut at him again in Ike SBse burilcatu! lasutoa, aau nanny kuwki d him out completely by aswisg ii g tight Lander over tbe heart aad an bji i r cut as be fell. Tbe wiener re teUed ilUK bat u Jackpot I. i"t i4 JBaeSawtoi aYBttisWnmi. A jackpot is a vessel often used for roosting greens. Of Pure God Liver Oil and HYPSPH6SPHITES of Lime and Soda t !. rau-l a, peMocthttJ by J.'adl'-j 1 hjTiK-Uj Uh. j.oa bulb Uu t Mmr Ud ft.il HytflitHtikitra arc lua ruuuiiol ,uil ' tti v.iir ut i,'ymumptim U Is Mat UriurfK tut AAMaWd9fNM. n ssy ' Msw aaanaasajpaas fUsrfttA, anasvebisis, WW Mb man, OhMsue flnwjbff uti CWssa. ask I-r Suuu Emulalu sd Ukw WBtHu. MjU m. m, o FPijff $ feoiMP OFFICE OF W. A PIBRiCB & CO., Successors to E. G. Davis, 719 MARKET SPACE, Corn er Eighth Street. Trimmings Make the Dress. Ko matter how line the textareof Ihe matt-rial. It Is Mwajs enrlehert ami beantlfted by ;handome and tastefnl lrlmmlns. For yi ars there has not been a eason when Oar- Bltnres hare been so fashionable or so varied . There are handsome rassemenletles In new design, novelties In Onlmps, some of them lavishly Jeweled, brilliant tlntel effects. In fact, Ihe Oriental richness of these Roods ate beyond conception, and topret a clear Idea ot their besnty yon will have to see them. There Is no taste so fastld tons, no fancy so far-fetched In tbe Dress TrlromlnsT Line but we are ready to satisfy It. Headed and Jeweled Trimmings In terlan effects, 3 and 31 laches wide at fs, je.W,$5 ami J8 per yard. IYrnlan Applloa Tilmmlnrr, 11. Si ami 3 Inches wide, at $1 S5, SJ.S, ft., JT.tO and 8 per lard. Heeded and Silk Trimmings, In blsck ami aold, at W, BOc, i JO, l.i5, J.t8 aad W.5 per yaru. Novelties In (told niilmp, 1,1, SI ami 3 Inches wide, at 33, SO, TOe, $1.36, SI 76 and 11.87 per yard. Gold Band Gulmp, S Inches wide, at 6?e per yard. Atlchnnd delicate leaf destan, black and sold beaded I'assemeBlerles.G Itiehes wide, js.75 per yard. Also a similar design In black, cold and 'li ver mixed, S Imbes wide, at St &u per vara. Velvet Guimp, leaf design, J tone 1,2 Inches wide In all tha prevailing shades, 7o per vd. Jcwoleil Trimming, 1 and 3 Inobes wide, and J6 per yard. Chenlho and 811k Gulmp, In alt colors, oat lined with cold, Slides whie, at 8teter)d. lllack Crochet Gulmps, I to 3 Inches wide, at to. 56, 65, 7&C. SI, tl:it, SI SO, l 75, K.W, S8 and JJ.75 rer yard. IUack Bllkrascmonterles, In all the latest novelties, from ISO to SID per yard. lllack silk Moss Heading, from Mc to tt.K per yard. Colored Moss Heading in all colors, at 35, DO. T&o and 81 tier yard. lllack rlienltto Frluge, at iM, St M, J 1.06, je.39, $ CO and J per yard . lllack bilk rendant Frtase from St to 98.73 per yard. CCl. R. Pieee 8tGo. Successors fo 719 MARKET SPACE 719 Corner Eighth Street te$sCesc5 RS rA THE POSITIVE CURE. i ELY mtOTJJERS, 60 Warren Grand, Upright and Square PIAJNTO-FORTES. Special attention ot purchasers Is Invited to our "NEW AUTISTIC STYLHS , ttsktaail U 0tka of "HIQUBbT DSTORATIVK AKT." l'lANOfi FOR KENT geeoad-ruuid PldBOS at All Prises. Wm.Knabe Sa Co., 817 Market Space, skswuva. FIiOTJB Aad you wUi always hava bsaaSU at Bread, Kola and IMseiHM WtwUls Dwpot, twr ner First stMat aad laalaoa Aveau. WM. U. SALT & CO. UUTKZJi JiXB JtmTJL UMJ. NT8. NEW YORK BUFFET, Heat tad Jseat Utm as tbs stty. Is- lAjum H. gBaWKUA fJUI bJMMTT. y UsHWiiTlrii B. 9, Away nU MaMy Wasibv-rtsje. ftMssf tofiB Un JtottttiWU wmm-u ins as. T" WpwWIs' Wfr wf W" ItedMMw -Ji8isWsS BMMIMkV 9f "IB 'Pflsw IrV JUXAMltfi MtMsimMsst. 0- C. p ps' yib Isbsl XQaOPsUX M-ASt, 61 ITU aTUMKt AMD AVg CERES )JF Menrnmj! FHtwe from 4ft to S per yard. IMaek Silk Prlmw from 61c to $9 per yard. Colored silk Cord Fringe In new fall shades, SI.SB Per yard. tmeot thenewtbrmrsls the Hayden Owrnl Inre. We are showing them In steel and black at S. ami t8 a reee. Dlaekand (ilk I'asiementeile Cnffa.nt SI and SI.SB a pair. Passementerie Sleeves In Black Stlk, $175 loSS a pair. Zonave Jackets la Btaek Silk, St.TS te S4.W each. Embroideries. Having Jnst received a large ami earetnlly selected snpply ofthese goods weare enabled losjiowsome unusnallr attractive patterns. Pointed edges, 1 Inch whie, at as, S3 aad 31o per yard. Pointed edges, 1 Inches wMe,nt 3S, to, 45 and We per yard. Pointed edges, 3 Inches wide, at 40, IS and too per yard. Pointed edges, 5 Indies wide, atW.OS and 73c per yard. Narrow Patnsook edges, very fine,! Ineh wide, at 7. 8, 9, 10,11,11, 11, 13,13, ao.asamt 20o per yard. Narrow Hamburg edges, 1 Inch wide, from 7toS?cpcryard. Narrow Hamburg edges, 3 Inches wlde.trom IS to joe per jnrd. Narrow Hamburg edges. 3 Inchos wide, from ISotoasc per yard. Hno Cambrlo edges and Inscrttngs to matoli In sets. A full line of oxtra fine and dolleato pattern edges In Nainsook and Cambrlo for Infants' wear. White Goods. Platil Nainsooks for Aprons at 10,31, 13 30 and so per yard, it Is Just tho thing for children's school aprons. Masalla for infants' wear at 36, 371, to, 01 anu ,go rtr yaru. Jones' Cambric. 4i Inebes wide, 90, 38,371 andtCe tier jnrd. Plain Nnln'ook?, 13 jehes wide, 20, 2.', 25. 371 and see. II. G. Davis, DUKew York. Price 60cts.l S0el T BBST OX ACCOUNT OF PURITY, AGE AND STRENGTH. I'jielullj- Good Tor I'auiily Ve, lUuctlrlul for Willi unit llebllllutixl 1't'lT.Olll, P.S. WIDD1C0MBE Sluuuer WukUluxlou llruuvti, 703-705 I01U1 Capilol Street Telephone 273, FOR CLOTHING, tURHiSH 1H6S XUB HATS. GOTO THE Imkmi tm rf M M E ISmk Miml u U the yaimat tOB. fAfguff tfWWKtf ift WslwsiSdsVQSi FstiesW TO SUIT SYSKYSODY. , nual ... ftlit tllt AH lk JM wTSJr biv- u ahuaat liaaoi &' ft JSU. We cwi ziowfo ior tiis eoaaiac assae tbs jcrlektUauf &7W Omitbwawafs Suits vm rriiheni-tekJt.o4ourW UcawS is tu liyasis. uoajM w a. t hil4n !, Sl to S. L , , IsakaaV Pastsiousji w ca the tes4ara, as we Biaaufaijime every dollar worth w kliw.au4 tlMNnrfurs iaa sire rM SJm cent un at enr dolUr iavaated Wa ttava tea best ytysntalouas ia, m urlst; striotif J wJ aaU tnayantsad never to Ha. sa4 osw gJll sjsdfsje Most re bNais.BWtih yuloy w mjipttiWi a fissr srbies el oeyr Hbas aajl Tfirrirfr'na "Hl BailiHi atyta. oW esenwbare f-wtl.M, s&s's styte. , at 11 ts. Yuajuu's IsMat style, is. at iUtt- Afc Eur or ummU Barhy. TUgSOMMW SVABTsUin. Baraalas iu Mast's ys4ew la U lijiajav tie Sum See au. tMuha lias VoU Km hUrte a, Be .TlaBol4(d Sead 00. t. All Hw latest SOvulskiaShMibt at as, m uAd Ms. beeyoacatsadrwi)urabMSarel U abuse saUus ss as a U- viu axis k mm. - w. H. FRIEDLANDER, (swAUt 15 lmi Street Northwest, Hare Orened a First class Retail where they will constantly keep on hantl a complete stock and large assortment of Diamonds Watches, Jewelry Silverware &c, &c, &c, vriiTcn THEr will sell on a SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM CHEAPER THAN CAN MS BOUGHT EL9BVHBItE FOR CKSH, Thereby enabling our patrons to have llic UPK of the ARTICLE whllo thoy are paying for it. Wo keep a full stock of all tho bo3t grades of Ladles' nnd Gentlemen's Gold and Silver American Watches, includ ing Split Second and Repeaters. Also llowiuil, Rockford, Elgin, Wnltbam, Hampton and Swiss Movements. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. C1M. AND LBAUN HOW TO MJ? UOODS ON OUR SPECIAL CBEDIT SYSTEM HKFOHK FDIlOIIASINa ELSEWHERE. Goods Delivered on First Payment, Ojun evenings. t-p&-.t&-& 515 Seventh Street Horthwest, Upstairs. Messfs.Lee&Sliepard Announce the PubHcation ol a Library to be Called a- SERIES, . r This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some of the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Eicl Wwki H Be Cittpkie i W. Ho, l Tht Blind fa and the Devil, Bf ItUKKAS. h 2 InTruvtj ar, Dr. Br- trand's WmMi h a-TKiMiiM Mad yOUVJJOP. Mmtym ftmt i Yitf, memyxxouMww. giggle MumbaiHS, SOe, imUMilsaliliTi seosieeA a i biwkreto" ml ijiiiiiwun i-if ti-t -"-r" "' BmtjO" aaesifiS d vim- Credit Jewelry Store W-CtO&A LEE & SHEPARD, PUBLISHERS, BOSTOH. New York Clotliin Everybody "Talking" Clothing. wiiita Ms "talk" is Brtiiff en wb are felltng tho eMtii- WSJ."P" Rr ,0 mM .uJiS ffihl r Otr ilt ttwk 1 ote toff PMOW TAIJt fir m. hTrnMte krWs tKHTlmitait t rem tta rnttfaetarer tfcev ean sare f ally 96 per eeet. fft explains the eonstaBf rash we're tad : tMswwk. f, ..aa,St&bb,iivMffT Tnwi&Tthose elejraat Meltons and Kerwys. with or wllhwt silk faelajt. We let ,,M!1eB?s)theflBlniTiortrtlMeUoBS. KerteTS. Ctartets awl WorsteHt, all sta.les, TasnfYWowRwils raw tromts ioJW. We have every known raaterrsl at style. VK1J ""Jtt 2 a M.lLl.uta fSnA-rhSHrlf ( vi eVrfSttta Stoat Man, Lean Man. Tall Small Man. . . ..i.U rim fwns! Asrlrsl rmssjssMt fistsaa Wt M tA W. fan tm. 61T.W aaT?ta - tf.Afiss tMhr in meti. fitiT nmiermi iwni ynn nray wraiis ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE MANUFACTURER AND RETAILERS, Syracuse, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. 31 1 Seventh St. N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ors, Photographs End fill Pictures Slock txcepl Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. ercelal attention paid to Framinc. HiwIWIns. Mortnn ana Hoxlng rietares and Mirrors. James B. Liambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, EMSHINGTON. D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, HAKE TEA OK C3FFEE GASrCOOKlNG STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooking Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SAL WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' I CyTMHOW AStfl BE HAOl YOU CAMT fe, j I S-m-a X . -r.... ,... lt kiir- r-Ma urrceiV9aslsi9saa I sssraT sW-irS SIsmAV'.js. l -aBttsaaBBlBBiVLAflCJbsBiEcirapt m "B . mJiiTd Tnnt-iiU. 'JE ' BUraBSSJ Sffl ia',T' br. V TBT1II I '" Sir -i .S b mmm A S f OSS F ... -grr 7r m' " rm " ' "IM1 e-i w n rs- tyl, ayraQblpSrML&vWnw it ssssssssm llssm iWsP SHiiPtlsssfBBSsssssnsEgsIsi SSSSSSSSJL JiSSSSSSS;- " .tgsggjgMffBSraSBSEBSJSHBSgHE5a BUT TOUE TRTJIKS AID HAEITESS 3 3CsTSl !E1 SSI'i 4S& btvtBlli bL N W . next w Od'l FUows' Hall I House, MlHVlik - Maa.Hsstt Man, Extra Lanes awl Bxtra $ 1 . i 5 and $ 1 .50. IB 10 OB 15 M1H0TBS. BY TIIK -At- . irj-r mi ZZJmJmSXJUUBS- ' ' '"1 rcAinnoADS. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Debl Trask. ?ilendld 9cenery. 8tt IWilW. MSfmlrlceiit aitilpment. In effect May llth, WW. Trains leave Was Wnrtori, from station, cor ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows: Fan Pirrmmw nnd tbe WMt, rhleago Limi ted Express of rnllinan vestlbnlerarsat W SO a m dally; Fan Line, 10 50 a m dally to Cbfeajro. cofnrabn and St. Louis, with Meepfiw Cars from HarrtRbnrif to Indianap olis, rltt'bnrff to Colnmbas; Altoon to ClrtcaKo- ft. Loots Chicago and Cincinnati Kxprefw, S 30 p nvdally larlor car Wash lplon to llarrlsbnric, and Sleeplnr Cars narfl burp: to St. Lonls, Chlcaiso and cin einnatl, and DIntn Car narrlsbnre to St Ixjnli, Chleapo and Cincinnati, western Ex press, at T. p m dally, with Stecpinir cara tvasbtnaton to chtcaffo aad St. LonK c.in nectinK dally at Harrlstmrp with throneh Pleeperx for Lonlsvllleund Memphis. Pull man Wniaie Car nttsbnrit to Klehmond and Ihfcaro. raclflo Bxpress, 10.00 pm dally, rot Plttfbnrcand the West, with throneh fcleeperto flttsbarRand Plttsbarg to cbl- PALTMOnK AND rOTOMAt1 KAtLnOAD. Pen Kane, Canandalana. Itoohester and Nl airara Palls dally, except Snnday. in a m. For Km Csnandalcna and Rochester dally; ft r llnltalo and Nlwara dally, except sat nrday, 10 CO p m. with Sleeping car Wash ington to Rochester. Ton Wrr.ttAMsronT, Loc tlaren and Blrolra. at 10.60 a m dally, except Snnday. Fon Wil.lt A MroBT, dally, 1.90 pm. Fob rHitAnisr.rnlA, New York and tho Bast, :.so,9OT, n.ionml n.40a m, 2.io, 3.15, t.ao, 5.40. 10 00 and 11 90 pm. Oa Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a m. z 10. 1.15, 4 SO, 10 00 and 11 pu. Limited Expre of Pnllman I'arlor Cars 9.40 a m daily, except Snnday. Ton New Yobk only, Limited Express with Dining Car, S 00 p m dally. Fon I'niLATiEtrniA only, Fast Express 8 to a mveek-days and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only. 5 40 p m. Fon Ilosroa without ohango, 3.1S pm orery nay. Fon CnooRtTH, N. Y., all throneh trains eon sect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, afTordtne direct transfer to Fulton ftrect. aroldlnedoublo ferriage across Now York City. , ... Fon ATi.Ahtio Citt, 11.40 a m week-days, 11.20 pmdtlly. Fon IlALTHionr. 6J, 7.S0, 6.10. 0.00. 9.40, 10.00, lO.tO, 11 COand 11.40a n.U.OS, 8.10, 3.15 3.30, 4 00, 4.20, 4 30, B CO. 5 40, C CO, 7 40, 10.00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday 9.00. 905, 10. w, n. to a m. & 10. 3.15. 3.30, 4.00, 4.80.5,00,5.10, 0.00, 7.40. 10.00 and 11 90 pm. Fon Tora's Cnxia Line, 7 20 a ra and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AaNAroMs, 7.80 and 9.00 a m, 12.05 and 4.20 p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 ajn and 4.80 pm. WASU1NOTON SOUTIlKnN RAILWAY, In effect May Ilth, 1800. Fon AtEXAannlA, 4 30, 0 35, 7 45, 8 40, 9.(5. 10.57a m. 12 01 noon, 3.05, 3 30. 4.S5, 4.55, 6.01, 8.0(, lo.or, nml 11.39 p m. Un Snnday at 4 30, 7.45, S 4) 10.57, a m, 2.30, C.01, 8.03 and 10.03 p.m. AccoiMonAiioN for Quantlco, 7.45 a mand 4i.1 p m weekdays. 7.45 a m Sundays. For IluiiMONn and tbo South, 4 30 nnd 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation I.M p m week days. TitAiNstcaro Alexandria for Washington,! Ii 715.8 00.0.10. 10.15. 11.07 am; 1J. 3.00,1 II, 5.10. 0 05. 7.03 9.80. 10 37 and 11 03 p OneundayatO.lOand 11.07 a m; 3.00 I tl, 7.05. 7.89, U.20 and 10.37 11 m. Tickets and Information at tho offlco, northeast corner of Thirteenth streot and Pennsylvania avenue, nnd at tbe nation, where orders can bo left for tho checking of baggage to destination fiom hotels and resi dences. CHAM. K. PCOII, J. It. WOOD, General Manager. Ocnl. rass. Agont. Italttntoro and Ohio Railroad. bcliednto In crTect Jnno SO, 1S90. Leavo Washington from station corner ot New Jersey avenuo and O street. Fon CmcAoo nnd Northwest, Vostllmlcl Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 0.W p m. FunCiKciHNATt, St. Lonls and Indianapolis express daily 3.30 nt.d 11.30 p m. For PiTTtnuno and Cleveland, express dill 9 so a m and 8.40 p. m. Fnn LixihbTON ana lolnts In tho Shenandoah Va'ley, IDOam. Fon U ihciirsrtK and way stations,!. .33 p m, Foh I.l'hat, ta.SO and '0.40 p m. Fuh llALTiMonc, week dars. 4.05, 3 00, 0,35, 7.S0 7JW.8 10 45-rnlnUtos), 8.30, 9.30, (11.00, is.oo 45-mlnutisi) a. m , U.to.i.li u.w 4V minute). (3.15, 4S-mlnutes), 3.33, 4 30, 4.30, iM (l.tb, s5-mlnntes). 5J0 0.00, 0.15, 0.80, 710. 7.30,8 35, O.ru. 10 30 and 11,33 p.m. Fundays. 4 06, 7.20, 7.30, 8.80, 9.30 a m. (IS CO, 43 minutes) 1C0. S.15, (S.50, 45-mla Utt)3 SS,4.'A,4 33, (150. 45 minutes) O.CV. .13, fl.SU, 7.30, b.3 10J", 11 JO p m. Fob Wat fcTATicms between Washington and llaltlmore. 3(0, 0.S5, 8.30 am., li.10, 3,, 4.SK.0.8U. itjnpm. Sundays, 8.30 am., t.oo, 3t,4.3, 6JW, HJWpm. Trains lkave IIaltimore for Washington, wrek days. B.tO, tl.ai. O.JO. 7.13, 7.M.8.00, 8JW. 8 35, 9.SU and 10.90. 10.3.1 nm.: l.'OO, 12.10, 3.10, S..V, 8.50, 4 00, 4.13, 5.00, 0 00,6.80, 7.00, 7-10, SM. 8.30, 9 U0. 10.10, 10 M and UM p m. Sunday.. 0 30, 7.15. 8 30, 8.15, 9.3). 10,'JO, 10.S6 a m U 00. 1 . 08. 8 10. 3 30, 4.15, 5.0O, 0.M, 7.U0.7 30, 8.i,8.30, 1010, 10.20 and 11.0Upm. For AMKAroLiK.O.sa and 8.30 a m 1.'. 10 and 4 30 p m, bundays. 8 30 a m., 4.31 p m. Leave Annapolis, 0.35, 8.37 am.. 14.05, J.:,' p ro. Suadays, 8 so a m., 3.3) n m. Foh Stations on the Metropolitan Urano . tS.30, JO 30 a m.. II. 15 p m. For principal stations only, tlO.W a m., tl.30 and t5.3 pm. Foa ItocKviiLE and Way Stations, tl 33 p m. FoKUAiTHakcKOtwaBd lutvraiedlate pclnU. 19.0O, j io co, tn.coa m., ti.oo, tJ.co, ,,39, ts.ts, jw.oo, tll0p. For Uoiii'aauU latermedlate stations, .9 pm. Church train leaves Washlsaton on Sunda at 1 13 p m.. stopping at all stations oa Metropolitan Urunoli. For FtEiiruirK. tS.30, SA30, 9 30 tll.JOara.. 11.11, tS.), tt.SOpm. For IlAeiiutTowM, 1 10.40 a m. and 13.30 p m. Tbainj akkivx Iroffi Chlrago dally 11.45 am aad 4 1" p ni; from Cincinnati aad ht Louis oaily 3. to a ra and S06 p m; from i'UUburg 7.10 a ra. 5.S0 p ra dally. NEW YORK 4 PniLADELPaiA DIVISION. Fon New ohk, Treetoc. ewrk. N. J . and HUabetb. N. J , '108. MM, '10.00, 'l.'W am. 't.U, t.M aud '10.30 p m. Uuffet l'jrlor Lara oa all day tralas, tileepln i car on t b W 30 p m, opt n at 9.00 p m. Fo Phiuubli-uia. 'ISA, tSOO. 10.00. 'liOU boob, '1 JO, l 50, d,15 aad W W p m. For EWAHK, Del , Wilmington and Chester, I. 0, ts.00 a ra, '100 bom, '.'W, I.W, S.1J aad W 30 p Hi. Fwt tavLKKxiUATK 101 nts between Baltimore awl I'lil adwlplda, tS.OO uud 7 JO a in. t.' 50, l.aopm. Tkaim leave New York for Washington. SC4) U1.3U am, ., 'S.3C, '5 OOP uiand U ISBlSRt. Traim leave Ihlladdbla lor Washington, IJM, .!). . 11JS a ra, tt W, 'tst, SJ6 T-Sspn. Vum. Itenw, J8 p m. wMh Pu'lmaa BufTet blfllit Car ruataK Ibroutfb to lkxtou without ebaaftt, vU POttalikeemle brMge, htaAimg pimanaaw ia B. & M. station at Fi ATLAjitic CiTV, t J6 aad 10.00 a ra. 1 CO ows, iMUwiays, 4 06 au, UWui.iuaM lt-.)0 p m. tExtpt IwmJay. 'Dally SSundayon'y, HaMa4i ailed for sad cltacfce4 ft m o ' tU aad rxMaacaa by I'abm Transfer t'o .11 unlet Wit at ticket oMem, tu and lkn pa. av. and at debut. J. T. OOKLt; CHAS. O SCULL. Ga. Maaitwr. lien. Pas. Ai't JOHNP.AGNEW&OO Whaiasnls aad HataU Baaler in hlkixtis id Simp's Creek Coal, Ittmt:: Usi Pa- aia. 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