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THE DAIIF CTUTIC, WKDMSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic a iTX Brxa tJ.ua. T Me Ctn-ttnnt All Thh Wenlr. Fed ttll i hSr thronch and be c mvlnrwl A i we MV Twenty twee artti-Ie of f tirnl ir to fi rnwi roott complete All for ? ' wrasli conslMInt; of one carpet . nn, "W I .nr nil wwftofrto. h chair., table. nint ssattttas. tllWwf, comfort, owe toilet 1 t l n .bade. twt iHktra lar cm-talns, owe l tr rrtfftenw, thm po!e ll wit np and la t '' complete for occnwincy m the small Mim of iW.feh w H Hot-euro Co , MM 1W T street northwest for Netron.nws an! Ihm of Vl,r, Hecplenes. malarial, exhan.tton and V r .1ml ttonMes Kln Tnnlr Wine of t'.we. I anrrnra. 7s cents per pint bottle Only n EhMtt Hnnse Drn Store. ftmtrfen' New Full Hwm.. i hn Trodden, the pioneer installment man. n m rally taon) atMandmrrenthtirmi r rthret. nn Jnst rttntned from the Mt r n n.rtet with an Immense .npplyof All k r d . of nonmfceeph o id . carpet, tore., rn.. etc Ton mm fnrol.h ynf Vm.efmn i itr to (arret, at this More, with cash t n e., on the Installment plan. The Nnttmtrll Snfe lle-m.lt tttminiiij', Cor. lfllh St. ami N. Y. Areine, t"nra tor snmrware, Jewelrr, ktmn, Pine Qtoori and mlnMes of all kiwi. Charges nwderate. safe deposit boxes far rent at the very torrent rates. INDUSTRIAL HOME SCHOOL it Want. Uientnr Kitcllltle.. In Order to Do .Morn Uooil. The annual meeting of the bwrtl of li snagets of the Industrial Home he boot wm held last nlahl In the par I' is of the l.lftfts House. After passing tirnhilions expreaslnit regret for the Uatu of Jwle V. It Srtell. the fol lowing officers were elected for the en Milne, year W H. Outley, president, 0 I) Conger, first vice president. Mr. .1 U Kdmumls. second vice president, Mrs. II. W. IJlachford, secretary, Mr. 11. F .lanney. treasurer. Mr. ".I H Tuppcr, Mrs Tupper. Mrs. O D Con (rr. Mrs. Kdmunds, Mr Lewis Ahn hums, Dr. M I) j'eck, Mr. Carlton II un lies, Mr. Jnmes H. N'oursc, Mr?. 1 mllv Nourse, Mrs Dr J M. Flint, II. II Warner. Hev Ollliert F. Williams. Mis Allison Wilson, nml Mrs. Charles 1' Foster. Mr Lewis Abrahams read n report tliowlnc the Institution to be In a nour ishing condition. Homes were found dutlng the year for thirteen children, ami letters had been received from em ployers stating that the children from the Home wore generally faithful and Industrious. The report recommend that Conprets be asked for ?.",000 for n mw building and f 13,000 for mainte nance nnd salaries. The passage of the bill now pending In Congress, giving the Instltuilou discretionary authority to r it sin chlldien until suitable homes i u d he found, Is also urged. HARRIED A CONVICT. A W lilts tViiiimn Vi4 I ho lurlon. Mini" WHrner li was announced In Tiik ("hitu yes lirday afleieoon that "Hud" Warner, J lie sentenced housebreaker, and Mamie ISoibcck, a while woman, would be n arrlcd at the District Jail 1m f ore hit tiratttire for Albany. The ceremony whs 'wrformwi in the office of the jilt utndy afternoon by a colored Hip-ti-t minuter. It won only witnessed by tr-polllccrsof the jilt uml two colored l"ly ftlends of Warner. Ilud" took the marriage as a liuiie ke and lauched almost contlrtutliy while the minister was going through lt.c ceremony, me urhieseemeil very im.ih I m primed with the ceremony iinl llfttniMl very attentively to what the minUltr Massaging. The nenlv iniln wifu declartti lier In'rnllon of following "Uud" to the I. mltentlaty. ami says she will sli r.v ,lm the utitioet dtvotloa durlnir his tire years uonnnement. lock Creak I'rk. The I(ock Cretk 1'atk CommUaloo n tide another visit lo Hock Cieek Park Uk'crday aud will make one more ex tuiUon, ptlor to Mibmllllag llielr ur vcr, plnB, L-tc , for )B u ibu finest ) uiks for natural tcenery and Ue lo III I'slltd States. It will lie t si lb oal patk in every wue of the word. 'Hie tatlero btundaty line of the p-irk villi U' Uralghi, the western, will curve k nfciderably, and Ihesufveyors are row hi vioik lu tltliullely eataldUliiog the lints of the park. Ii i tboughtthat the InUDsIimsof the commlatloa la regard t ibe laying out of tWe park will be li'owR ubf'iil SttiurUay. Want IIU Collntiiritl Cet lit nml. Jobs K. 1WII. om) of the ttehmdaat't ii the cace of GUmr t IWall, baa Hied a petition is which be ask that be may 1 1- allownl to deposit $35,000. the un paid balance of 144,000. borrowed from Anataia I'aibM, le October, IS?, and that :M6 share of l be stock of the Wash ington Hilek UteMme Cutupnay given c H-cuftty tot in Umu my be reauxel t. bi. Dsulail U i'rmlt. C'apUta iiusactl kae eammuttd in th i'lt Of UMbCfMMtef SulkM. 1 v liith la tetter says a permit could not KUy ne gi anted lo li. laUak s ruHMMHi, t wici a fianMi ImM heum I i Uh bturfmr f a pUaun ycnt war i p intrfckii of Thlrteentn an4 V.urUeu. The ayplieation for the I I null k intf(H licaiied. Mrs. Catherine y. Hsiartl. wblosr of hi late DeM Basirtt. iMed ytr4ay i tac iekknc of new mlsUw, (;lliSc C OattMw fctf Ntw Ytrk lic Mat Waves a su. CbarWs V. Baa Kitol tn L'aiitd Stain Oeoioskal iiivef, anal im daujtatnrs. Mra. GiufgcC Uorkaas, llf. J-weph lys uaikianalMr. W W VUrt-. T be CrwMiaainai'ra teccivd the aa 1 1 .'1 Wfoet of HnUnonater Huium m 5U-ty atUrtByoon- lie aak that a e i,u.a n nMjrtu to Congtesa to appro pi mie tnS.Mt fur tk piucaasu of a l.. ui. it aw difvctly uadw this aupr- itk til tke Mai r of PuUe ami four u tmbtM of tte Viae Ik.partatet- a m yu uaoenay. C'barlM Huataity, a Wtafctngtnn ial ud hoy. had his urn baoka ie iiivtd oiaur tnjurfes at aVtskh'ata , .wijf. ot thit VlijliiU tUe of ts r..cr. iaat nenitig A large (tec I i.ikffow a blast ft' & mm- He v - iNMitght to the Fcadtuaa's Urn 1 1 at at th hVtUi tttla.t patrji vgtav Jnawiaj Aawirfcw iHr HuJttm iff' Mm mi 1 H.ra.o'w8jh! iac a Than, caj- MbMl afiot'Maefo , 'SMaV i4 M aW kya lasWo her' - -ar 4 Jhask m Mm " Hajae ym mm tmnolrd' ' auddenJy , r 4 paa, ifPrfsT door ay Not asjr diatcjaca, air, ' auouuurcd ti iu.n man V u) u a guai liaie to bsguj rbjUi ,., 1 kLb ' ' WOMEN AS DELEGATES TIE M1TB0DTST 0RDK6KI8 BlttBI 19 THE XMATITE, Ihes- trill Not Itn Attmlttmt to the ttenenil Cnnterei( t,lht Vote ami Intek of Intotwt, Th riTnfstfon of mlmf (ting women m rrn'efjatei to th general conferesce vm bultoteri nptm by nil the Methodist Chtttchesof thh city yesterday. The vote wm very light, nml Indicated it decided lack of Interest In the question on the part of many of the m tmbers. Thr proposition to admit the ladles a dehwntet wst lost by a Urge majority, as 111 be seen by the following detailed t For. AminH. 91 1-2 le 39 3 1A 7 8 OH ! m m .1 ll TD at us I cngtitt . Pitmistton aTetme.., I Ifi. i nth Street h-her FcttntW , F mth street. Oraee M.k.WM tlsmNne McKenttree ,. ... Metfnpottteifi ifw 08 Xotth Centtot.. S ROanri 19 It Twelfth street S Unfem. W 9A ft'annh W W Wesley , not announced Total 3P m At the MetropoltUn M K Church the balloting was Very exciting, ttiouch the vote was light, only 100 votes being cast out of ii membership of 600 M for and 511 against the amendment. At Ft tindry Church the polls were p nrd at -t o'clock, ntvd cloed alraut 10. During that time but 117 votes were cnM 02 for and 55 ngnlnst. At Watigh Church the ladles carried the day, 30 members voting for the amendment and Si against it. The same light vote was noticeable at every church, the lowest being that of the Twelfth street church, where five members cast their lullots for admts slon ami two nenlnst it. The fact that so few members voted Is expected to have n groat deal of weight when the subject Is brought up In general con ference. A prominent pastor said last evening; that it was doubtful If tho matter would ever be brought up before the confer ence If the same lack of Interest Is manifested throughout the whole Juris diction of the church. The one thing that surprised the Indies who supported the amendment was thnt many of their own sex voted agalntt the proposition. MANY MARRIED. Any Muntli Will Iln.liut October Seoim Ihn I'DTOrlln. The marriage of Miss Isabel Turpln Hunt, daughter ol Mrs. M. .1. Hunt, to Sir. George AV. Weblier was celebrated last night at Trinity Kplscopal Church. Tlii- church was hamlsomuly ileonr.itad. atd wh ciiinpleti ly rilled by the friend mm! rilstlvrs of the happy couple. The ct-rtmony was performed by INv Dr. Tin inns Q. Addison, pastor of Trinity Church. Mlied by Itv. Dr. 11 II. Mc Klm, pastor of Kplplmny Church. Mlm Caroline Hood of New York acted as maid of bnnor, nnd the mliors were Mt-tsrs. Albert Acker, Joseph GeMford, lUnJamln GiHve. Fred. Klierly, JauiM Sincktt. and Dr. Frank lltightwell. At the conclusion of the ceremony a rticptlon w held at the iwddence of the hrldo'a mother, No. 210 K street northwest Mr. ami Mrs. Webber left on a late train last night on a wedding trip to New York. Chicago and Canada. Mr. Itnlwtt Lee Iliin of Vulden, MIh., ami Miss Nettle Stlnemetz were united in marriage yesterday at the Foundry 31. K. Church by Hav. Gef.rge F.lliott. Mr. It. J. Allen aeted as ttt man and the ushers were Messra. It J. F. Allen. Wllllim Stlne mil, brothtr of the bride; Paul Krnat, James fineaireet, Kdward Chandler, and Cbarlaa Meyer After the marriage a reception km held at the residence of the bildu'a parvnts, No. 1.W1 l strast northwest. .Mr. and Mrs. Haln left testtrdar evening for a brldtl tour to Ntw titles n autl other cities of the South. At the Metropolitan M. I". Chureh yesterday Sir. Thomas N- Howard was united to MUa Carrie Colesoa by IUv. Dr Corey, pastor of the chureh. A re ception was held at the bride's home, No. WK1 Sixth street norlkrast. at the or bcIusIob of the cefeieony, ami tba happy cuple were the recipients of numerous congratulations. '1 be weddiutf of Kmlle I. iiuahall to Sir. 'William Fainter wac celeoratatl last seeing at tba boata of tbe bride's father, Mr. W. J. liusball. 108 Sjvenlh titt ncrlbtaat. A huge number of fiUndaawil relative warn presaot, and many tokenc of esteatn and frieHtUhip were net Wed by tho brida and groosn. ..Hail II. in Vturrltul BlKhlofU Voui " It sUMtkt have lead "uiartssd," but tbe rftt.f itvlef ulwivrd that tt awooatel lo t ut tkc saute tltibg, and so 4i4 aut l'w Us tilua ptu:ll laroogh the srtor. V'u fettaaaUl tbef as bttsbtaraMa trutu la ha t.t.nvatk TbutuaiMls ut asbsata i ciitstll worried slasoat to aaspatr by lie iU-lssiih lbs! sfflUU Ihstr tva,an4 4(iu ri-U bin U tutulort a4 hainiit;. facie is bitt titi al aad aura way lo aaaaw ' l,,J & the hstlar. Tba Isttbn hMd4 aaa Dr. Itasca's favorite Praserip lis. lit SMM .iMWUIUlJ. It has hanat aaeottaiacd that th hm et lhonsaii found aww that Hslttinoaa and Okio track at Xitfcrkirk atatloa onifoaatay is Alfred Beat aad Ua hoaaa hi Kewfork illy, liks cosutttioavU moc Isspaovcd. and hat wlli tat abi to kave the koatiital in a law shtjw. T Mass T btrast Ko objcctioM have aeon raiaad U Hit pcopaed opaadng of T atseot ftmat XJnwcius avanua to Secoad ataaaa. aad lh Jfarsbal has been ortiWad to tnui aaoa jury to assess the riiangii Seme Children, (J j owing Too Fust become lisitcs, ' -tt.l, w.lr.wti oner gy, thin and sa. Bat vcu c n v r fil thaci i..,d l, d .:..m up. ". ti'i Sjava W atiaaaaaaaaaaaaaK .saai COWS EMULSION f m Cfcl UV Mi AM HYIHPHOPtITa tJMT I4a.e s4m ImmIw. Thay ili take it leadtty, for it u ai mew a pai alibi as milk. And it sbouid be rewainbared that la 1 HUv TaaTtts on titu os totuta Mtouat, Mi MTN THC all aJtl TftiUaf, IT U RILLED IN A RONAWAY. Mrs. (tantt .Inmrm tn Her llmth.- Her ihinnhter Serlnmlj- injnrml. About 1 o'clock yesterday there was a rotmway accident on Rhode Island avenue, which resulted In the almost In stent death of Mrs. Margaret Gantt and tbe very serious injury of her daughter, Mras Clam Gantt. They started out for a drive from their home, 2o 17B3 N street northwest, mine; their own carriage ami driver. The horse, a rather spirited one, had not been out of the stable for some days ami was unusually ftisky. At the in tersection of Sixteenth ami Ilhode Island avenne the animal became nnmnnage ftltre ami ran away. The driver, a yowng colored man, was unable to regain con trol of him. In front of the residence of Stlss Alice Underwood. No 1448 Ilhode Island avenue, both ladles jumped fn m the carriage. Dr. Anton Ooe, an eye witness to the acchlint, went to their assistance ami they were carried Into Miss Under wood's house. Drs. Coe and Cutlibert found thnt Mrs. Gantt's skull had been fracture 1 nenr the base of the brain, nml she died soon after without having regained consciousness. The daughter was con scious for a short time just after the accident, ami the attending physicians at first thought she was not seriously Injured. She remained In a comatme condition all night Bnd her condition tn-dny Is pronounced critical. Mrs. Gantt was the widow of the lite Wen tenant Benjamin Gantt of the Navy, and the daughter for years has been a belle In Washington society. Kxtennlve Rlmrelt Itepalrs, ltyland M. E. Church at Tenth ami D streets southwest, will he reopened mxt Sunday morntni, after having un dcrgono extensive Improvements, cost Ing fO.OOO. Illshop Mallalleu will pnach nt the morning service. For Improved and Econntnlo Cooking Use Liebig COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF for Ileef Tea. Soups, Made Dlihe. SueM lOBe, FIh. Ac ), Anploor.Me.U Jellr. Keen" fur anv length of time, and li cheaper ami of titer flavor than nr other stock. t.'rniilnn mtly nllh J. vim I.teMc't slemitiiro nt ubiit In blur. One pound of Extract of Ueet equal to forty pounds of lean beef. T MIL' 1ISST OX ACCOUNT OP PURITY. AGE HMD STRENGTH. l'Iflttlly l.'ooil Tor I'oinlly Use. llriirlli'iul for Val uml llrlillllulpil l'orioiii. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Jtniiaccr tVukliliieloii llruiieh. 703-705 North Capitol Stat Telephone 273. 7Vt. F. SELTZ Importing Tailor, 1332 F STREKT X0UTHWEST. PaU aad Winter IpoU.lo now optm. Th b tbe FbMrt U of Woototw Kvw Sn WitUutui. uet-tei JIUTJSLH Aft UtUi1A.UHA.HTa. NEW YORK BUFFET, tat TBKTH STHEBT M. W. tmt. and PbmM T.lqinn la UM aMjr. Im- purteit Ohfua. JAUM H. CO6TU0, PrBUltller, rrwic isautnv, rj wtsmx&TUH, . a Amy and Navy Headquarters. Mwrbnit Mm isn rifts. TSUK-It and $i Per Bay. Ha and !.., H.M. eicjt. W U4JUUi "'wjisiiistrttm e. 0-a.aTAfUN, 1940 Of TlniMlnWam Mis i 8' $unm mum -un 4- Airs. V wnnosttHi v. mmwit t A TONiO. HonAvd't Ai4 Pkankste. a atet exieeUtnt nMl tirul tirwia a4 -.itititaidtdtvutMtnaot'a Dr a. k- ciA,anMTs, y . s.- -UbMwwtMlof went vnhin turiutonlm ud tvivitjtg imMmmm." 1 r. j ft. MedaM. Vest nysMlnbaw. Vt- "aVatt anrie to I mm BHiWwW SWHIWInV IWW-tru uf nuUatiUtM u t ALTIU! -Ha wire U Wurd "Hurafur Wpr.itl uu iuu Uitak Alt uttlori.uu r.oj i.cr 3U.d . lui& I 0 "J X, ltBx . n I liVVWV AP.fXTA. r8tVA.V Fto. BTr5A'i Li JLL THE POSITIVE CURE. I ELY BROTHBR3, B6 Warren GO TO HOOVER 1217 PtsnnsylVdnia Avenue, FOR 13 That Pit! That Wear! H 10 That are Stylish! That are Comfortable! That are Sold at the Lowest Prices! s 515 Seventh oW klbest, Jewelry 'Sold on Easy Weekly Or Monthly Payments. We are the largest Credit Jewelen In tlilsiltyandcarrja full llnoot lamonds tches, Jewekfi Opera Glasses, Silverware, Ci And ever; (Use feusd la flrt el Jeweirr Hun, TUw (toad r alt et a Man Ur and are uU aaonr SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM, and yon tare tbe of th sutleto ViiaUtthMffiMr H, aaUiHTnliam dlvwett to HwliatiM s Uw imt Ualt atui mx m, Our j.ri a Dm I.OWHiT and torot Um lASlllfcT. Op!n ynItafR, Gmt--- 515 S vtii). IM MhvL Upstairs. TO THE LADIES. in Ssnibltfen of tn Lattut ill h 611W tor ivu . U tiwluiM a tU MMt iaakbnM h INttad 4-ateB auy -?weS oit ojfm Mpnontimtl on uiu marhlans LU d drl to i?ir tk WulUul wwk are UiUtud WoU LKWIs BAH AKuct t14-Ut Ojitj.lt V S fituit ofljee tnMijiiO. " " Wf-'Hy WW? AaA ion wUi nlwas banaUIuJ itra4. Mulls an4 MIITIMM WtkuluMaio Uat, Out oat i'lral sLitMt nod fnillo Avasud i WK. U GALT & CO. Wa ocks ri 1 ICSKESHi SjfHPnpnaps 1k1ua C- EStP'c'i'Un " Jalcn 1 iri, B ewOI KmiWi I Whn$m Bt New Tor'i. Wee 50 CU.I & SNYDER FOR CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS AND HATS. 00 TO TIIB Southeast Coiner of Hfnth and E Streets Northwest, Whtro ovcrjbodr kom. It Is tho ffrofito-t bargain corner In Waililngton. PI1ICB3 TO SDIT EVKnYnODV. Wb can uTiowrnn for the comlns soawn tho pientMt llneof $T.M Gentlemen's Suits ever bown In the District, and our 810 Dress Suit 1 1 tniial to anr 115 suit on Tth street. 0 nlto liavo an cleRant llnoof Dors Salts, 15 In 11 josr. from 1 1 to S9. lilldrcn's Bnltx, tl ! to S6. In Men's Pattatoons wo are tlio leftilers, as ven ttrinu fact nrc overr dollar's worth our ielTes,nnd Ihereforo enn save you 4J rwr cent on every dollar lnvotod. Wo Imve the liest tStwnlaloons In tno world: strtetlr all wool and Rimrantecd never to rip, and our JH to, ii and WM pants are boron J oompotl thin. lielow wi mention n few prices of our lints aril FuniMiIng (londa: liiiulptyle,mld everywhere for It. V), at $1 wi. Miller's style. N, at 1198. Vonmori' latent style, i, nt M. Alk fur our -reclal $t. Derby. FUHNISIIINU DEl'AHTMENT. Iluriatns In Men's Underwonr In alt quail lie from Ko up. Sreoldl lino Full l)rei Milttat.ae up. Mlk Kmbmldered Hatpead et. c. All tlie latest not eltli lu Neakwear at 28, X and See. U ben ynu (tetresdy topurohate any of the above article give 114 a call. "Til AMI i: S1H. 7i. AV. H. FRIEDLANDER. Messrs. Lee &. Shepard Announce the Pub'ication ol a Library to be Called -c GOOD COMPANY SERIES, k -t -kA k. This series will be issued in nronth'y pans and will cons'st of choice worlcs by some ol tbe "Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Ea;k h iler U I Itself. i No, 1--Th By Men and k Devil. UrNUNSAg. 9kn HeitwMdhr Hot 2 In Tiwlj ar, Dr, Ber trandJs hmkll ry AHAXBA M. MHiataa Hi 3--Tht Milta Dillais. UQUViuorrw- SMptk h'm, $ r m, 1WtVBUtUWU- HinorrWttons wanlnttl aB kokjUxs Ad MMitttetaM twt anjr m& wtmbmrnni puttpaid s rouelpt of ucico- LEE & SHEPARD. PUBLISHERS, bo, roar. SPECIAL BT ISr.El'W" E-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE In Order to Introduce Our Celebrated Make of MENS', BOYS' AID CHILDREN'S CLOTHING To tbe rul.Hc of "WaslilnRton anil Vicinity, We Will Give You the O; pnrtunliy of Buying jour FALL CLOTHING at ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES. 1 he Following Lots are Heady for Your Examination: I.OTl Men's nlts In Sacis and Cutaways, neat atd dressy, at JSJJ0. Other -,t,slfrTi-Ven'sAH vreol Enlts, EaeVsantt Cntawats.for ilreMorbs.l. Oihw df7jfJiftgoire Dress Wits, InFsck ami Cut away.ln Waek Ohevrots.Wors. tetts antl Cjssttrere. at tlM. , Rrcnlar retail price, $f. . I.fTTt-Fine rilnce Albert suits, In corkserewor Dta)enl,at$l. 8eW cverj where " 0vetcwU( n Kerseys and Meltons, at JW. SM everywhere ' IX)T-NobtiyMettonOvetooats. In 90 different shilet, with or wlthmitsllk facte"loYe"tXf$S0 styles of I.Uhtwetl,t Orerowts.ln Ohevtet.Mst ton, Kersey and Whlpewd. at 8tS. So'd 8Terywherentt. .... . LOT 8-10,000 pairs of Men's Pants st Jt, tt.80, St, N., $., $1.89, $S,8t and W. Earh pair wt'tth 40 per cent, more money. Hoys' and Children's suits and Pants In endless variety. The Above Offer Holds Good for Two Weeks ami Is Given to latrednee Our Famous Make of Clothing. York One-Price Clothing House, Hew 311 Seventh JIAKUFAOTOKIES 212. 211 and 210 K. Y.; C2, 04 nnd tO I!irl t3TWo close nt 7 p. m. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCBL ROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, fhotograftis cni All Pictures Stock Ixcepl Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. fpr elal attention paid to Framlnc. 1 eclldlnir, Mortnit ant Iloxioe rietnrea an J Mirrors. James B. liambie, HKRDWKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON. D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GASIBO ILERS, MAKE TEi 01IMFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the qooTclng is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALK WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest muaimB! i" mm iiul-iuhuiw-ji ii m...i mi iju-u .ji.ib.ii i. il jw mu m iia. .11,11111.11111,1 nm H2E5JjjK5fcf9 WrfBp'?9'jJS"iEBiB JLwaBssai3ss.ip''Tnn"' BUT YOUR TEUlfKS AID IAMBSS 425 kkrettii bt N W , OFFER THE YORK St. N. W. West Washington Street, Syracuse, Street, Buffalo, N. . Saturdays, 11 p. m. $ 1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50. JH 10 03 15 MIHOW. BY THK next Ur Otil FtiiWa HU nAii.niiAW, Tho Great Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Donble Traek. Splendid Bcenerr. Steel Ralls. Msirnlflrent Equipment. Tn effect Mar 11th, imo. Trains leare Washlnton, iron station, cor ner of Sixth and B streets, as follow Tort riTTwitfito and the Wet. OiloaRo Llml ted Express of milman eMlbnlo farsat 10 86 a m dally; Fart Line, 10 50 n m dm If to CMcaatt, uoinmhtis and Ionls, with Pleeplne Cars from HarrlbnrK to lndlanip olls, P)ttbnr! to Colnmbns; Altoon. to Chtpaeo. ft. uonls Chicago and Cincinnati Express, 3 30 1 m dally rarlor car wah Intlnn to Harrt.bnri, and aieepln! cr Ilarrlshnr; to fit. Lonts, Chlcaio and Cin cinnati, and Dlnln tar narrlsburg; tost l.on1s,lh!eiro and Cincinnati WMtwnEi press, at "4,ipm dally, with Sleeping Cars Wnnhlnglon to chtoatn and St. Ixmli, ron necllnf dally at llarrlsbnre with thronh Sleepers for rwlsTllleaml Memphis Pail man DlnlDX Car rittKbnrx to lHchmond and Chicago, raclflc B:pr, 10 00 pm dally, for rtttsbnre and the West, with throiih Sleeper to nttsbnrgand Plttbnr to l hl- BALTIMORE AND rOTOM.0 nAILHOAD. Ton KAsr, Canandalrua. Bocheter ami Nl acara Falls dally, except Sunday, a in a tn. Fon Km Canandalsna and Tlochetter daily; fir DnfTaloand Magnra dally, exeopl 8At ;irday,lO00prn,wlth SleeplnR Car Wash ington to Rochester, Fon Wti.UAM.rnnT, Lock Haven and Elmlra. at 10 SO a m dally, except Sunday. Fon Wiluajhtort, daily. 3 30 pm. For rHH-ABrtrniA, New York and tho Kait, 7.3), 9 OR, 11.(0 and 1140 a m, a in, i is, 4 w, S.40. 10 M and 11 90 p m. On Snndar, 9 00. 11.40 a w, 2 10. s is, 4 so, 10 00 and 11 w p m Limited Kxpres of Pullman rarlor tars, 9.40 a m dally, except Sunday. Fon Nr.w Yonn only, Limited Express with Dining Car, S 00 p in dally. For rmunsLrniA only, Fa,t Exptess 9 10 a m weekdays and 4pm dally. Express, Sunday only, S 40 p m. Fon Boston without chanie. 8 10 a m week days ard 315pm orery day Fon buookltr, N. Y,,all tliroiiRb train, con nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, nlTordlni direct transfer to nil ton street. HToMlnsiloublo ferrlaRO acrost Now York City. Fon AT1.AMTIC Citt, 11.40 a m week-days, 11 30 pm dally. Fon BALTiMonr. 0 3S, 7.80. 8.10, 9 00. 9.40, 10.00, 10.M), 11 COand 11 40a n, I.05, 8 10, 3.15,3 " 4 00, 4.SO, 4 30, 8 CO. 5 40, 0 CO, 7.40, 10.00 and ll.sopm. On Sunday O.Of). o.OB, io.'jO, ii.io a m. 8 10, 3.15, 3.30, 4 00, 4 SO, B.00, 5.40, 0.00, 7.40, 10 00 and 11 20pm. For Tori's CniEit Line, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday, For AnNAroii. 7.80 and 9.00 n m, 12.03 and 4.S) p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 ajn and 4.20 p m, WASUIKOTON SOUTHEUN nAILWAY. In effect May 11th, ISM. Fon Atrx AHimiA, 4 30, 8 35, 7-45, 8 40, 9 43, 10 57 a in, 12 01 noon, 3.06, 3 30, 4.23, 4.35, 6.01, 8.M, 10 06 and ll.30pm. On Sunday at 4 30, 7.43, 9 45 10.5;, a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.03 p.m. AccojinonATiov for Qnantlco, 7.43 a mand 4 J3 p m wtekilayi. 7.45 a m Sunday.. Fon lliuinuxu nnd tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.53 u m weok days. TnAiNslearo Aloxnndrla for Washington,)! 03 7 IS, 8 ro. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m; WO. 3 00, 3 50, 5.10, 6C5, 7.08, 9.S0. 10 37 and 11 OH p nt. On Sunday nt 9.10 and 11.C7 a m: 3.00. 3 10. 7.05. 7.33. 9.20 nnd 10.T7 p m. Tickets and Information at tho onion. northes.t corner of Thtttconth street and Pennsylvania arcnue, and at tba ktntlon, where orders can bo left for tho cbeoktngof liaecajto to destination from hotels and roil denies. chas. e. ruon, j. n. wood, Ocncinl Mnnaecr. flcnl. I'a.. Acent. Italttmoru antl Ohio Hailroatl. Srbcdnlo In ctTect Juno 30, 1800. Leave Wn'hli'Rton front station corner ot New Jcnor avenuo and O street. Fob Ciiicaoo nnd Northwest, Vosttbulod Limited express dally 11.10 a m, oxpros OCOpni. Fun fiNciKNATl, St. Lout, and Indianapolis express daily J.to aid ll.SO pm Fon rmnicr.o nnd CloreUnd, oxpross dill 9 so a mand 8.40 p.m. Fon LKXIM.1HN anu points In the Shenandoah V alley, ll.'O am. Fon iMiiriiTrR and way stations, U.30 p m. Fon Lt'nAT, ta JO and 8.40 p m. Fun Baltimore, week days, 4 05,3 00, 6,33, 7K 7.JW 8 to 46-mlnutM), 8., 9 33, (11.00, 12 00 45-mlnute.) a. m, li.10. 2.1J UM 45 inlnutc.l, (3.15, 45-mlnute.), 3.25, 4 tl, 4 JO, M 11.10, 45-mlnuto.) 5.30 6.W, 615, 6.30, 7 10. 7.50, 8 36, O.fU. 10 30 and 11 33 P. m. Fum'ay., 4CS. 7.30, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a m. (12 00, 45 minute.) l.W. s.is, (2,50, 4Vmln ute.) 3 26,4.24,4 32, (4.50, 45 mlnuto.) 6.00. 6.15, B.W, 7 JO, f.SA. 10.3''. 11.30 p CI. Fur Wat bTATtuN Itetween Watblnitton and llalllrooro. SCO, G.3fi, 8) am , li.10, 3.V5, 4 32, B.vu. it.p m. Sundays, 8J0am., 1.00, 3 St, 4.32. 60, 11 JO pm. Thais uavk IUltimobe for Washington, 't d.y., 3.(0, O.ao, 6.J0.7.15, 7.,8 0O, B.30, 836, 9.30 and 10 20, 10.35am , 12.00, 12.10. 2 10. 3 3" , S 50. I Oil, 4.15, 5.00, 6 00, (U. 7.00, 7 10, 8J, 8 so. 9 CO. 10.10, 10.30 and 11.00 pm Sundaya.030,7 IV 8 30.8J5.9.1). lo.-JU, 10.35 a m., 12 00. 1 .08, 10, 2 30, 4.13, 5.00, 6. JO. 7.00, 7 30, 8 ', 8 30, 10 10, 10.20 and 1 1.00 p m. For ANXAroL'D.cae and s Jo a m.. It, 10 and 4 30 p ra. bucdays. 8 so a m., 4 'M p m. Leate Annapolis. 6.33, 8.37 a m 12.06, 3,t pm. bunday., 8 30 a m 3.33 p m. Fon hTATio.N. on tbe Metropolitan Branch. t6J0.W30 a ra.. 11.15 p m. For prtctp! stations only, tlO.w a m tl.ia and ti.'O pm. For Hockviu-e and Way Station. I 35 p ra. Fon OAiTHEMBoaa and IntwaiedUte point.. t.M,rooo, tntoa .. tuw, tj.oo, a, t.44, 510 00,111(0 pm. Fon Botn'. and InterawdUta stations, KM pm. Church thain leave Wa.hlaaton on Sunda at l 15 p m., .lopping at all atatloa oa Metropolllan Urunoli. For Ffkoibick. t6.S0, 8 39. 9.30 111.30 am., 11,15, tH.SU. t4.3u p ra. Fon llAeruTowM, tlO 40 a as. aad t3,30 p no. TsAiNsARmYElroai Chicago dally 11.13 am ami I lo p m; from Cincinnati aad tit Loul aaby 3. to a in and 2 06 p ra; lrcai I'lttiburrf 7.141 a m, 5.60 p m dally. NEW YOUR PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. FohNsw Iokk, Trenton, ewark. N J aad Hlhuketb, N. J , 4U6. tU), -10.C0, M-'OO am. 2 60. UM and 'W.30 p a. IlutTot I"arlor l ars on all day train. Sleepla j car on tbe 10 30 p hi, oiwu at 9.00 p m. Fon Phiu.ulihu, 'ISe, HM. 10.00. '1J0O coon, 1.6U, ! 50. 6.1 aad 'lONum. Fon Nxhaiik, Dt , W IIuUuuIob and CUoster, 4 06, to 00 am, '1200 uoon. .'W, UM, 6.16 and Kl 3b pa. Fob ifcT.UHKoiATE Hunt Ixtwean Bait iioro aad ltl adlphia, ts.00 and 7 JO a m, t.- iu, U JO pa, Thaim J.tuv Kew York for Wah'n;?on, 0 til u , 80, J, 5 oo p m a 1 U ISaikbt. Thaimlxak IidUdipltU fjr Wali niton, '1JM, 1 9 15, u.a a ra, H w. N i, U6 7.apw. F DO.IOA, 2 5 P , wilh rallman BuT.t kMetdsg ("sr runulag thfuub i It .t n uKaoat ctuumM, 1 rmwidkiieuiitd Br i; landing ininangiir. in B. & M. still ti at lt AILAJ.T1C Citv, 4M aad Wi am 1' O ttatm, uuday, 4 05 stas, U 00 n i.;a an 1 M.60PIB. tx.cpt bunday. DUy. ibnn l iyon"y MacgJE cUtf f or and ch kiM fi.jni ii teU and re,ideci by I'aioa Tnui-r r i n tirUr left t tkket oAuwi, 612 Aad II i I'a t. iMti at dvnot. J. T. UDELL. C'HS O hi ' I F Ccu Uauaaer. iiua Pw. 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