OCR Interpretation


Daily critic. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1872-1881, June 11, 1881, Image 4

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82014402/1881-06-11/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

s57iHs -1 -
THE DAILY CRITIC
Established August 1868
OFFICE 5 NINTH STREET
WJAXU1UI JXDIVATIOXH
For tho Mlddlo Atlantic States warmer
clearing u anther varlatnV winds ncner
ally shlltlnc to easterly ntatloaary or
hiishcr barometer
HWU1AT JlUXiZUTJX
llr weather Is Indicated for tho At
lantic Coast Stitcs to morrow aud local
rain for tbo Like rcclon Tennesseo and
Ohio Vnlley
A Hold Hebbery ot Carnciitcra Tools
A number of enrpentm employed In t
new nldenco In tbo nelchborhood of
Fifth and K streuta left 11 valuable kit of
tools on tho premises w hen they loft there
Thursday evening anil on urlday tne
tools wcro founl to bo nearly all mlssloc
a careiul solcctlon having been made by
tho thieves of all tho tools that could not
bo easily identified Yesterday afternoon
tho ownors of tbo tools ldentllled the tools
in question In tho hands of a second hand
dealer on D street man who sold
tbo tools has been minutely described and
will probably bo apprehended by tho po
lico
Witness Fees
1 Mrs Ilclva A Lockwood mado a per
sistent but ineffectual effort to lnduco
Judge Cox to order the payment of wit
ness fees to Allco Miller a woman who
has been in jail for nearly seven months
in connection with tbo George Brown pen
sion fraud cases in which it is claimed
sho portrayed threodlfftrent persons in or
der to draw money on tbo stolen
pension certificates Tbo District Attor
ney considered that Allco Miller had re
ceived light punishment In tho imprison
ment which sho bad suffered and that
she bad been a principal and not a witness
in tho casesj
Prlsoneis Sentenced
Sentences in cases decided during tho
last two weeks were Imposed by Judge
Cox to day Wayman Brooks convicted
of grand larceny sentenced to Auburn
State prison for one year at labor John
Smallwood grand larceny and sentenced
to Auburn prison for three years at labor
John Paul Brown assault with intent to
kill sentenced postponed till next Satur
day Tho ca9es against Lewis Davis
carrying concealed weapons Ellen Alefor
vagrancy and Michael Lanhady were
nolle proscquled as well as the charges
against Wm Clark David Smith and Win
Moore for vazrancy Isaac Cohen dis
orderly assembly was also nolle prose
quted Wm II Douglass sentenced to
three mouths In jail Lewis Johnson
burglary and larceny sentenced to Auburn
State prison for seven years
Deposit ot Securities and Valuables
Tho National Safe Deposit Company
corner Fifteenth 6trtet and New York
avenue receive on deposit for safe-keeping
at very moderate rates securities and
valuables giving an absoluto guarantee
forthc icturn oi the identical deposit on
demand As coupons mature they are
cut and held ready for delivery The
vaults for the storage of family plate are
spacious dry and lire proof
The Columbian Ireparatoiy
Tho closing exercises ot tho prepara
tory department of Columbian University
took place at Lincoln Hall last ovenlng
Tho programme was very Interesting and
included an excellent performance of tho
drama Maurice the Woodcutter Hev
Dr Leech delivered tho folloving prtees
and certificates First cla6s first prize
Leo D Lodge second prize Robert E L
White Second class first prize 8amuel
Hall Third class first prize J Bradley
Tanner Fourth Class first prizoAdolph
A Hoebllngr Jr second prize Lamest
GThompson Tho Montaguo medal In
Latin Itobert E L White tho Janus
medal lu French Leo D Lodge tho Davis
prizes lu Greek B E L Whlto 8 Hall
K E Rogers and II W Gllmore Davis
prize in penmanship Charles D Rhodes
Ilermcslan Society medals Best debater
llalolgh Sherman best editor Lee D
Lodge
A Washington Actress
Tho success which has been attained by
tho popular Washington actress Clara
Colo In tho past has delighted her friends
in this city who look eagerly forward to
tho next season for tho fresh laurels It
may bring to this worthy examplo of
nomo talent
A Iiiiuch ot Candles
Last summer fortv flve boxes of can
dies were charged on thn books ol one of
tho departments as canuies aro never
used lu tbo department curiosity lia6 been
felt as to what really became of tho money
sot opposlto to tbo candle charge It is
now said that the money was expended in
giving a lunch to the employees at the
house of tho head of tho department
llalto Sun to day
Eclipse of the Moon
Tbcro will bo a total eclipse of the
moon to night visible to such persons
a3caro to stay up till after midnight
provided of course that the sky Is clear
Those who arc not willing to sacrifice an
hours sleep for the purpose of witnessing
this phenomenon can go to bed with the
comfortable assurance that tho ma
chinery of the solar systom is in good work
ing order and that the shadow that Is
thrown across tho silver disc of tho moon
will pass away at the appointed time
The first contact of tho shadow will be
Been at places on tho meridian of Balti
more about five minutes past twelve Tho
total obscuration will be at six minutes
past one and tbo moon will pass entirely
out of tbo shadow about twenty seven
minutes past three
Fraudulent Use ot Itecr Stamps
The United States marshal at Hartlord
Ot has made a singular report that tho
children of tho Catholic schools of that
city have been by direction of tbelr teach
crs in tbo habit of taking tho internal
revenue atamp3 from beer barrels before
they were cancelled and sending them to
franco from whero they were sent back
rind sold to brewers ut a discount The
proceeds wero t3 found an orphan aejlum
Jn France In tba possession of tho in
otructorwas found fJ50 vorth of these
etamps They aro beyond legal liability
CONDENSED LOCALS
Bt wsMkwmiM
THE DAILY CKLTIO WASHINGTON D P SATURDAY JUNE 11 1881
Items Collated front All Points
Alio lit Town
An Atpcalli tbo ciso of Birtloy and
Hhunlou agalnH tho L Abra Silver Mln
lug Company an appeal has been taken
to the Supremo Court
Rifle Team Thu team appoiutcd by
lliu National Illflis to take part In tho
Mioottu coiilun 011 the 12th practiced
jctcidHvaflrrnoon at Uenulnjrt Range
The Wharf DranchTho ctrs will bo
run on tho wharf branch of tho Belt lno
to day A turn tiblo has been placed at
Eleventh and Virginia avenue
As a irtfiieij Washington Aloxandor
who his licu hild In Jail for 107 days as
a witness In the cases of Richard Hall
nnd Lewis Nielsens was released yesterday
ou recognizance to appear when tho cases
aro called and paid SI a day for tho time
ho has been detained
rtacon Shootlnrtilr Wm Wagner of
this cltv won thu llrst prize In the
shootlng match at Baltimore yesterday
Good Samaritan Tho District Grand
Lodgo No 0 held its 18th anniversary
yesterday afternoon
Divorce Granted -Mary A Grass ro
eolved a divorce yesterday from Frederick
Grass on tho ground of desertion
A Disagreeing Jury tho jury in the
case ol Simon Joseph and James Crusor
failed to agree yesterday and tho caso
was abandoned Eloven jurors favored
an acquittal and one a conviction
Newspaper Change Colonel R J Illn
ton has purchased tho Sunday Gazette
and will conduct It as a liberal republican
ournal
A New Jlcstdcncc Ex Congressman Jo
Johnson of Virginia has purchased tho
mansion ou Connecticut avenuo occupied
by him last winter
The Ml Vernon Regents Tho rain yes
terday reduced tho attendance at Mount
Vernon The council held a long session
but routine matters only were attended
to Tbo sessions close this afternoon
To Co operate The leidlner plumbeis
have agreed to heartily co operate with
the District Health Officer in carrying
out U10 proposed regulations governlog
plumblm house drainage c
The Greeley Expedition Lieut Lock
wood and fourteen men belonging to tho
Greeley Arctic expedition will leave Bal
timore on Tuesday for St Johns N B
Lieut Greeley and thrco mon will leave
for Bt Johns ou tho 21st Inst The ex
pedition will start north in tho early part
of July
Emergency irospital The large build
ing adjoining the Fifth precinct station
has been selected as a hospital for cases
of accidents or sudden sickness Tho
building is noar at hand and immediate
service will be rendered at any hour Tho
enterprise Is certainly a laudable one
Injuring the Streets The Commission
ers havo received a complaint that A
Richards Is Injuring the streets in tho
southern part of the city by removing clay
from them
Disastrous to Business Tho grand jury
havo concluded not to lay tho complaints
of business men about the condition of
Louisiana avenue before tho Commission
ers at present
A Valuable Fri i A handsomo and ap
propriate silver goblet presented by J T
Beckham will bo tho prize for the best
scoro at the Glymont shooting match
A Runaway Tho little son of Mr J
W Oht was 6eated In his fathers buggy
at First and D streets yesterday when
tho horse took fright ran away and upset
tho buggy slightly Injuring tho boy and
continued Its run out II street to Thir
teenth
Service Resumed The negular church
services at Fletcher Chapel corner of
Fourth street and New York avenue north
west which have been partially suspend
ed since conference will ba resumed to
morrow mot nlng and will hereafter be
conductqJ regularly Rev Mr King for
merly a member of tho Baltimoro confor
euco having by tho unanimous request
of the parties interested consented to act
as a supply
To he Discontinued From and after
tho 30th instant mall messenger service
between this city and Brlgutwood D C
will be discontinued
Another Rumor It is rumored that
Gen Dumout is to bo replaced assupor
vlstng inspector general of steam vessels
Indictments The grand jury yesterday
returned a number ot indictments among
them bills against Samuel Bray assault
with intent to kill George Piper Robert
McGee assault with Intent to kill Henry
Roberts Tho charge of violating tho in
ternal revonuo laws against James Vaner
man was Ignored
Tho Indian Doctor
Wm II Douglass hotter known as Red
Synwho was convicted somo time ago for
assaulting nealth Officer Townshend was
brought Into tho Criminal Court to day
for sentence Tho question of a new trial
was fully discussed and the motion was
finally overruled The violent herb doc
tor was sentenced by Judge Cox to thrco
mouths In Jail
Illegal liars
Nearly tho whole day tho Criminal
Court was occupied in trying cases of
open bars on aunaay ana unlicensed Dars
Notional Hotel Arrivals
W E Fuller and wife Iowa J D
Denlgrc Md W T Sullivan Now York
John Thompson Fhlla R A Semplo
lhlla J W Qulgley Rutland Vt DB
Woodruir and wife Us S A Swann
FIaMlssThurber Mobile Wm Owen
Boston E M narmon U 8 Navy J A
Camaller Md H II Thomas and wife
Mich Walter Scott New York D 0
Lyle Baltimore D E Burley Baltimore
0 11 Wellford Memphis N W Nlcol
son Memphis Q II Key Va Wm Han
even Pa
Amusements
Theatre Comique To night for tho
last time W II Rlghtmlro produces his
realistic and thrilling drama of The
Boss at the Comlque
Drivers Summir Garden The beau
tlful summer garden of Mr Georgo W
Driver has cxcltd a great deal of praUo
aud Induces cro oil pt onln to enjoy its
many pljasuren
timers tiumm r Garden The music
aud rolroLmnnt a Awra ontlnuo to
rank amou tho test In tho Dhtrlct
Secretin les Coming Hack
Secretary Windom u 1 xpictsd back
Monday or Tuesday ami it la expected
that somo further devulopuvnts will then
become known lu conmrtlon with the In
vestigation of thu Ousltnllms nlbilrs
Secretary Hunt Is iXi rtl htil from
Annapolis this uriiitiur deeiwirv Lin
coln Adjutant Oeiiuril Drum uii Col
Barr are also ixpocid back ti Vi iilinr
Irom West lolut eiril dmiiuiiu and
Col TUbill will not return btlore Mon
day
Ircpnnujr Clicrhx
Checks for thu piymont ol tin1 njlster
ed five per cent Interest tri rhi tour per
cents which fills due July 1st are Iming
prepared at the Treasury
MARRIED
LDKif MoNHMtANKY On Wednesday
Juno 8 ntthoicsldonco ot tho btldos pa
tents by tho very Rev Father Rochloid
C 11 Luir to Lama C McNoihinoy both
of Washington D C o cuds
J1IKD
BnKM Dcpni tod this life nt 0 oclock
11 in Juno 10 Annlo C Smith Ilrout be
loved tvlfo ol J S Bionttii tho thlrty flf th
jo11 of her ngo born In Rockingham
county Vn and lalsed nt tho Old bwect
Spiings
Jfuncinl from tho John Wcslqy Chmcb
Connecticut avenuo botweon L nnd M
stieots Sunday afternoon next nt thico
oclock Tho filcnds of the family mo In
vited to nttend
Cooniiiu On JunoSKllza Ann Cogulio
In tho llftyfouith year of her ngo wife of
Hoi nat d Coguii 0 an old family sorvant of
DiJoslnUHnideii Montgomeiy county
Md
runcial w 111 tako plnco on Sunday 12th
Inst nt2 pm fiom 2712 0 stieot noith
west Gcoigotown nnd thou ptococd to
Hbcncroi M 12 Church riiemls ol tho
family ate invited to attend
TEEI At 12 30 a m Juno 10 Mniy II
Ife of TI103 31 btecl and dauglitor of tho
Into Geo T Davis In tho 20tli jonr ol her
nge
runoinlwlll tako place fiom Mount
ZlonJI i Chinch riftconth and It sN
on bunday 12th Instant nt V A oclock
Fiiendsund acquaintances of tho family
uio lcspcctlnlly Jnvltcd to nttend
HOOTS AXX S110J1S
THE ISEST AND CHEAPEST
WIIOiiliSALiLi AND ltUTAlLi
L HELLBEUNS
SHOE HOUSE
403 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST
sign 01 Tiiouiu woman 111 vinuow
W S BROWN
211 and 211 Pennsylvania Avenue
CAPITOL HILL
Keeps Constantly 011 hand a Eiugo Stock
U LUU1U3 1111U UUllbS
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES
AT LOW rillCES
To Save Money Buy Your
BOOTSA1TD SHOES
OF
A SOMMERS
METROPOLITAN STORE
No COO PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
ONE PRICE SHOE STORE
A L HAZELTON
433 SEVENTH ST
Under Odd Fellow s Hall
Great Boston Shoe Auotion House
101 Ponnsvlvnnla Avo N W
Xj XHODElOlD PllOPItlETOn
BHANCH Mil Pernio Avenuo Southeast
5075cExamination Slippers
AT
810 SoventhSticotand 103S Pennn avo
A LAItGE LINE OP GENTS AND
Boys Low Quai tor Shoos lust lecolvod nt
as nvroarKBEE e cos
1S00 E STKEET
t aokdb
AT
PEABODYS
No 411 SEVENTH STREET
3 Doors Below ODD PPLLOWS HALL
Havlns lomovcd to tho nbovo numbor I
will bo plcnsed to soo my old Ulonds in
particular and tho public in gonoial and
will irivo tho wot th of tholr nionoy ovory
Unto AND DONT YOU POltGET IT
No 411 SEVENTH ST N W
mild
W3 3VEXJEI3CLEISE3Sr
Imnoitor Kootlllernnd Dealer In
WINES AND LIQUOltS
018 Fifth Stieot botweon I and IC n v
PROGRESS
A Weekly Poilodlcal Devoted to Ait Lit
oraUuo riuance tho Ditima and
Foiolu Coiiospondoucu
Twenty Nino Pages Quarto on Strong
White Paper and Large Clear Typo
Issued Evory Thursday Dated for Saturday
LATEST NU31I1EH NOW HEADY
jsbo A YE Alt Always in Advance Sin
hlu Coplos Q cents
PUBLICATION OFFICE
Comer of Sovnuth and Chestnut Sti cots
Philadelphia
WASHINGTON OPPIOE Clltlo llulldlilg
511 Ninth stl out
JOHN W FORNEY
Editor and Proprietor
W ET VEBKHOPP
Dealer lu Wull Pnpoiu Wlndo Shades
PlCtlllO lnilllOS IlOtllUH a
0X0 SILTH HTltlLT NOUTHWEST
VZOT111XO
FIFTY STYLES
SPBJM GOODS
Made To Measure at 15 to
25 per Suit
Devlin Oo
1320 F STREET
Misses and Childrens Sohool Slippers
SO 00 and 7c
NownoitTlcs and Button do for exhibi
tions 1 nnd 1M
Mens nnd Boys Stinw Hats fiom 40c up
Six Gauzo Undorshlits f 1
Boys Linen Jnclcots and Pnnts 75c each
Alpacn Jnckots and Pants 1 and up
onico Coats 40 and 50c
Mohair Coats 41 nnd 125
Our 5 Gents Cuss Suits cant bo matched
nt
1914 1916 Pennsylvania Avenue
0 VT SBXiB Sr
J A GRIESBAUBR
MERCHANT TAILOR
430 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST
85 and mi for Pants S15 nnd Ul for
Ovoicoats S3 50 and up for Miikliif and
Trimming lants uomg
Men and Boys Clothing
HOLLANDER BEOS
1000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
B ROBINSON GO
The Boys Clothiers
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE au23 g
Spring and Summer Clothing
In all tho Latest Styles nt
A- STBATJS 939 Pa Ave
SPRING OVERCOATS
In Endless Vailety at
A SAKS CO 316 SEVENTH STREET
jut f
4S1 Soventh stieot Northwest Odd-Fellows
Hall
POPULAR CLOTHIER AND TAILOR
Eiseman Bros Tailors and Olothiers
COR SEVENTH AND E STS
NO BRANCH STORE IN THIS CITY
B IHIOIRa AIISr
015 I STREET N W
Makes tho best 20 and 25 suits to older ol
any tillor in tho city
SPRING OVERCOATS
AT POPULAR PRICES
GEO SPRANSY 507 SEVENTH ST II W
JIAXS AXJi UMJiMJTjZAS
STRAW HATS
At nil pi lees fiom 50 cents to 0 Com-
piising all tho styles and mKtuics
lactuicd
OUR STOCK IS LARGER THAN EVER
CABLE BEIM
MANILLA and MAOKINAWS
TOR
GENTLEMEN in all shapes and pilces
NAUTICAL STRAWS for Ladles Misses
MIXED STRAWS for Misses and Chlldien
with Fancy and Plain Bunds
DDNLAP COS NEW YORK NOVELTIES
In Felts Stunts nnd Pcnil Cnsslraoies lor
Spi lng Wear
WILLETT RUOFF
006 PENNA AVENUE
STIRAW HATS
In Gicnt Abundance
Sun Umbrellas and Parasols
AT
STINBMETZS
1237 PENNA AVE noxt to cor 13th st
JOHN EOGEBS
Miuiufuctiuoi nnd Ronnliorof
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS
apio g oia D stieot noi tnwest
t
jiYiixo axd nvovjirxa
1 Suit Cleaning Depot
BYNG BROS 1513 Poniin avenuo n tv
Dying nnd Ropaliing n Specialty
JIAllVWAlli
s Anvrij dr
013 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
Calls tho attention of tho stovo tiado and
bulldois to n now and dcslrublo loglster at
alowpilco
MISVELTAXXO V8
EEEPS SHIRTS
137 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST
between D nnd E
O P BURDETTE Sole Agent
THOMAS FITZPATRIOK
of 100 1 Fonnn avo n wmnlcos n spoclaly
of llchnndruro antlcjuo Ftuultuie Now
and Second hand Fuinttme
GKEO lato with LYCETT
BOOIiCBI3Sri3ER
No -122 Elovonth St Noithwest Work
promptly and neatly dmio at lowest latos
OEDAR PINE COOPERING
Tubs Buckets ChuinsOviil WoilcFlowcr
Stands Ice Cicain Octagon and Round
Tieo Tubs Measuies Ho Rnpnltlng
pioinptly attended to 8 IV tor of Eighth
und i bts K 3vro2vnciJiJja3sr
DEMONGior CO Imnoitoisof
HUMAN 11A1K ft PERFUMERIES
ltlatllwl Do tt i ITnli n 1 ill 1
4v 9 twill UVHL B JlimnUKt 1 UUUJ
andtonulur lu do Qiituluo liiatuntu
neoiislliili lyo Ostileh Foathuis Pie
pnied Djed mid Culled Tho most torn
pluto business housu of tho Kind this sldo
of Now loik 010tlibtopp USPatOir
JlAJLllOAVS
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
The Model Past Line
AND THE ONLY LINE BETWEEN
THE EAST AND THE WEST
Via Washington
Douiile TnACKI Jannev CourLEn
Steel Rails
Schedule to tuko effect SmidAV May 2Jd
1881
A M LEAVE WASHINGTON
1JJSO Ciiioaoo Cincinnati and St Lonia
Past Extols
500 Baltlmoio Elllcot City nnd AVny
Stations
0 10 BAiTiMonK Exrnnss
050 Bultlmoic Annapolis and Way
Piedmont Stinsbmg Winchester
Hngeistown and Way tin Relay
810 Point or Rocks and Way Stations
1B PiilLADKLritiA New Yoiik
ton Exrassa
810 Staunton and Valley Exrasss
Connects for Hngeistown iindnt
Points of Rooks lor Fiedcrlek
1000 On Sunday only Baltimoio An
napolis and Way
1000 Baltimoiik ExntESS Stops nt lly
attsvllle College Beltsvllle Lau
iel Annapolis Junction Jossups
nnd Hanover
flOlO PiTTsnnnou Ciiioaoo Cincinnati
and St Louis ExrnEss
P M
1310 Baltimoio Elllcot City Annapo
lis and Way Stations
J125 On Sunday Only for Baltimore
nnd Way
1215 Baltimore ExrnEss
faOO Baltimohe Philadelphia and New
Yoek ExrnEss
330 Baltiinoioiuid Way Stations Win
chester FicdcilckHagoistottn and
Way via Relay
130 BALTIMOnEIlYATTSVILLE AND LAU-
nEL ixrunss Pi cdei ick via Rciny
Stops at Annapolis Junction
fi10 Baltitnoie Annapolis and Way
stations
1 1 15 Point of RocksFiedeiick lingers
town Wincester and Way On
Sunday to Point of Rock and Way
Stations
515 BALTiMonE ExritESS Maitlns
ImiB and Way via Relay Stops at
Hyattsvillo and Lauiol
fl 05 Point of Rooks and Way Stations
fO 15 Baltimoio and Way Stations
7J30 Baltimore Hvattsville nnd Lau
rel ExrnEss
1015 PiTTSnunon Cincinnati nnd St
Louis Extbess
1050 Puiladelfhia New Youk nnd
Boston ExrnEss Sleeping cais to
NowYoik
1000 Baltimore Hvattsvillu and Lau
rel ExrnEss Stops on signal or to
lot off pnsscngois at any station
between Washington and Annap
olis Junction
tDnily ISunday only Other tinlns
dally except Sunday
All trains fiom Washington stop at Re
lay Station
For fui thorlnformntlon apply at tho Bal
timore Ohio Tickot offices Wnshineton
Station and 019 and 1351 Fcnnn avenuo
eor ofHtb stieot tvhoio oideis will bo
uiKonior uaggngo 10 oo cnccKcu unuic
eelved at any point In tho city
1881 TIB GnEAT 1881
PENNSYLVANIA EOUTE
TO THE SOUTH WEST AND SOUTHWEST
DOUBLE TRACK STEEL RAILS
Splendid Sconci y Magnificent Equipment
In Effect May 1G 1881
TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON fiom
dopot corner of Sixth and B stieots
as follows
For Plttslnuor nnd tbo West 8 00 a m
Dally with Sleeping cars to Pittsbuig
and Chicago 10 BO n m dally with
Bleeping urns iiom iiarrisuuig to tjin
elnnati St Louis and Chicago 930 pm
Inlli tl TlnlnAA fn 7 I fnl I
BALTIMORE POTOMAC RAILROAD
l or Canantiaigna Jtocncstor JJuiraioNiag
aia Falls with Pallor Car to Watklns
and tho Noith 8 n m
uay at vm p m uany oxcopc
uruay iraa jL ainco uais lo uananuai
cna and Watklns
For WilllamspoitLoek Haven andElmlia
nt 1030 a in daily except Sunday
For Now Yoik and tho East 800 a m 1030
ii in - uu iuuu anil iuio p m un oun
dav 200 10 00 and 1015 n m Limited
Expiess of Pullman lalaco Cms 930
a m daily except Sunday
For Biooklvn N Y all throuirh trains
connect at Jeisoy City with boats of
Biooklyu Annox ailoiding dliect
tiansfer to Fulton stieot avoiding
uouuioieiiingouciossisow ioik cuy
Tn 1ltlnlnl lfi Q m n 1 n Ort n C HA
VI IIIIIVIUIIIIII UW 41 Jll IV OV II 111 hW
B40 10 00 and 1015 p m On Sunday at
2 00 040 10 00 and 10 15 p m Limited
ixpiess y iiu a m uany exeopii ouii
dav
For Dnltimoi e 0 10 8 00 9 30 1030 a in and
2 004201105109301000 nnd 1015 p
m On Sunday 800 1030 a in 200 510
0 30 10 00 and 1015 p in
rorrupas tacui xiinu u iu a in aiiUiiup
m uailv except Sundav
For Annapolis 040 a m and 410 p m
uiuiy uauuuii oiiiiuu
ALllXANDItIA AND FREDERICKS
BURG RAILWAY AND ALEXAN
DRIA AND WASHINGTON RAIL
ROAD
For Alexandila 7 720 920 and 1130 a in
420 5 020 8 and 1130 p m On Sundays
at 700 920 and 1130 n in and 8 p m
For Richmond nnd tho South 700 and 1110
a m dally and 6 p in dally except
Sunday
Tinlns leavo Alexnndila for Washington
0 803 und 10 am1210 3 5 7 910 pm
and 12 midnight On Sunday at 8 05 ana
10 a m 7 and 9 05 p in
Tickets lnfoiinntionHloopIngnnd pailor
car accommodations can bo piocuied at
tho offices uoithenst coiner oi Thlitconth
stieot and Pcmsylvania nvonuo and at tho
uiuiioii wiioiuoiutvscan uo loic lor tuo
cnocKingoi uaggngo to aesimntloii fiom
uuiuiauuu lusiuuiiues
J R WOOD Gon Pnssoncor Agent
FRANK THOMSON Gonilanugor
OUR NEW WEST
JlXUUJtSlOXS
m Mct Boat Gen M C
canbochaitoiedatany tlmo forthoGicnt
runs Appivio
JOHN TSCHRIVENEIt
Aqucduot Bildgo
Ooorgotown D C
S N MEYER
033 SEVENTH ST N W BET I AND K
Headiiuaitoisfor
GILT SILVER TRIMMINGS
REGALIAS AND BADGES
Made to Oi dor
O A JR DP E T X 3ST S
GEO WILNER
Has In stock a full Hue of Cnrpotlngs all
piados Olioloths Coca and Stiaw Mat
lings Also latest styles In Wall Paper
WludowfaliadisiuidUiiitalii Goods Lacu
nmlduiuoNott Mosquito Canopies Who
Window and DourScieous
Pilces Low
OEOEGB
No 130 NINTH STREET NORTHWEST
nts
XTOlMS
V
J B HARROVERiND
1100 FOURTEENTH ST NORTHWESli
Denier In
STOVES EANGES AND HEATEESI
REFRIGERATORS pj
STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIRS 11
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
OF t
REntlGEItATOItS WATER COOLERS t
tUUltltt DlUfl 3 aU ifcitrsuur I
lo uo iouuu in thu cuy an nt low piiC03
w s CTEisrirs s co t
No 717 SEVENTH STREET N W
W H HARROVER
313 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST
STOVES EANGES and HEATEES
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS i
STOVE AND FURNACE REPAIRS tH
Furnaces Ransres Stoves 1
FIRST CLASS GOODS l
Tho stock is oxtcnslvo nnd embraces tho
Lauson Furnace tho Warron Range Su
noib Fiio plnco Heatcis Fifth Avenuo Par-
T 1 i -- Tt
iur uiiu umer ucsl inaivea ui hluvus jew
H KIOHBY 437 TENTH ST N t
W abovo Gas Oflleo Dealer In I
STOVES RANGES FURNACES o
Roollngnnd Spouting Ropaliing of La-
tioucs una stoves a specialty t
BLINKHORN CO Plumbing nnd
UU3 X1L11I1 JVJIt U1UC19 UU11U1LVU lillU
niomrttlv executed
Carriages Carriages
V
Mew and Second Hand Carriages
IN GREAT VARIETY
Coupo Roekaways
Jump Scats
Phaetons
Villngu Cnits
Coupolettes
sts -
Oflleo of Geological nnd Geographical
Suivevof thoTeiiltoilcs F V Hajden
United States geologist In chaigo009 7th
st n vr
Smithsonian Institution In squaio
bounded by 7th and 12th sts tv and B sts
n and s
Smithsonian Institution Buicau of Eth
nology SOJ G st cor 8th ii w
Piovldence Hospital Cor of 2d and D
sts s c
K
Suitable for Street or Park
ancn ns
Landaulettos ttJ51
Extension Tops y
DugRl
i
ies
o
Bobt H Graham
ilO tlQ
EIGHTH STREET N W bet D and E iH
Repairing Piomply Attended to l
ocri a
vxxr viJUJVTOJtx
roni io nniLDiNos etc
Exccutlvo Mansion Pcnnaavo bet 15tU
and 17th sta n w
n t
State Dcpaitmcnt In tho now building t
lor tho Stnte War andNavyDepaitinents -
cor 17th st and Now Yoik ave C
Tieasiuy Dcpaitment 15th st opposllt
Fstn tv V-
Intcilor Dcpaitmcnt In squaro bound
ed by 7th and 9th sts and F and G sts n tv
jnieiiL umco Locaicu in iiucnor tc
paitmcnt building
Gcncinl Land Oilico Located In Intcilor
Dcpaitment building
Indian Office Located in Intcilor Dc
paitment building
Pension Olllce Cor of 12th st nnd
sylvanlaate
Buicau ot Education Located In
Wiights building coiner of 8th and G
I
Columbian Institution for tho Deaf and
Dumb Kendall Gicen
Board of Indian Commissioncis Cor ot
Now Yoiknvo and 15th st
Fiecdinnns Hospital Coiner 7th and f
Boundary sts n tr
Navy Dcpai tment 17th st opp F et n tv
War Dcpaitment Coi 17th stand Penn i
sylvanla uvo n vr T
United States Geogiaphlcal Suivoysi
West of tho 100th Meiidiau 181J F st n w
Oidnaneo Museum Windois Building
cor 17th and F sts
Aisenal Southoinoxtiemltyof 4J4 st
Military Asylum Situated about thieo
miles noith ol tho city
Post Olllco Depaitmont In squaio
bounded by E and F sts and 7th and 8th
sts n tv
Agiicttltuial Depaitmont In squnio
bounded by 12th and 11th sts tv and B sts
n and s
Dopnitinentof Justlco Olllco in Flood
mans Savings Bank building Pennsylva
nia ave near 15th st u tv
Government Filnting Oflleo cor ofN
Capitol and II sts n tv
Coicoian Ait Building Cor 17th st and
Pennsylvania uvo n tv
Naval Obsoi vatoiy E st opp 23d stu tv i
Nautical Almnnno Oilico Rooms 00 102
Coicorun building
Navy Yaid On tho Eastorn llinnnlj
tluco louithsof a mllo southeast of tho J
WIIIMLUI I
Coastnnd Geodetic Suivoy building
Now Jeisoy avo Bouth of tho Capitol
United States Conservatory Botlouand v
3d sts tv south of Pennsylvania avo
Asylum lov tho Insnno About VA miles
boyond tho Navy Yiudbildgo and Unco
miles ft om tho Capitol
United States Maiino Hospital Sorvlco
Snpeivlslng Olllco
14J1 G st n tv
Collectois Oflleo UnitedStntcs Intoinal
uuvunno in si nei ji ana sts n tv
Columbian Building 11 st noith of
Pennsylvania avo Pilncipal business of
thpDistilct ol Coluinbia tiansacted in
this building
Young Mens Clnistlan Association u
e cor ot oth and D sts n tv
Boud of Trado Rooms No Maikot
Space
oJvUInftcm Gus Telit Company Onico
482 10th st n tv tvoiks lootot G st n tv
City Hull D st n tv at tho heud of A
BUI 111
Cilmlunl Comt DIstilctCouitCommon
hixY Cojai t and Equity Com t At tho City
Hnll lUst
Register of Wills City Hall
Recoidorof Deeds City Hall
Ppllco Comt Cor Oth and D sts n tv
Washington Monument Ou tho Mall
near tho Potomao
Washington Aqueduct Olllco at tho
Capitol
Congiesslonal Couiotory Ouo mllo cast
of the Capitol
lUULlO LHII1AIUES jT
31 C A Llbuuv Oni nntMiniiii it otu
n tv OponlioniUn in to in n in
Libiaiy Assoelatlon I O O F 0
i Si vir r vrv
tutt
I
o lion i in di iiui u unci jj sts n tv
IbiaiyofCongiess LocatediuCapll
A
t
KROPPS SA1VB OUKE k
of UioAKororawollliigs Hies jjono Tol
ohm Vmiiiilfriti lii in z
AskJoilvlOlinsbu lvuLnin muI il
raartww tou uy
AUDiuSJ l UMVUmiHiVma
1

xml | txt