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THE WASHINGTON ClttTrO, StTNUVY, MATIOH f, 1890.
THE FIELD OF SPORTS.
Tlio lialtlmorc A'cui Is njilta'lnir a local
nyndleato eclicmo tu take tlio Huh out of
Ilia bauds of Vondcrhorst ami Harulo and
let urn It to ma or I. nguo Com) my.
"Kvcrj body Is sorry t lint tho llaUlmore
Club la In tbo Atlantic Association, and yet
few would bavo It return to tbo American
Association and pass ouco moro under
llio dominion of a man like Von dor Alio,"
says tbe Unltlmoro .Sun.
Tbo Now YoiK 1'ieis slues tbo Leagtio
Mtuatlon up tersely as follows; "Long
beaded Sir. Bruih evidently holds tbo key
to tbo baeoball situation. Tbo fattier of
tbo classification rule, and Incidentally tbo
father of tbo Uiotberbood Insurrection,
tlocs tiot mean to fiet left."
A. 0. Bpaldlnp; talcs this vlowof tho ro
Ulllou: "This tiling bad to eouio. It was
only a question of lime. You know na
man (an start tip a business and mako a
success of It without having tils employes
lakoltlnto their beatls, at soma time or
other, to run things for blm, Wo'vojust
jjot to this point iuhI hu will come out of It
wllh llj lug colors."
The season of IM'0 111 ho tho banner ono
forjoung Mood. U may tako somo time
lo knock off tbo rough edges, but If tboy
possess genuine talctit II will not bo many
icusons beforo they will show It under tho
tuition of such veterans as Anson, Harry
Wright, Jim Mutrlc, (ins Schmclz and In a
lesser degrco Frank Scleo and Guy llccltcr.
Von dcr Abe sas: "I liavo never known
I ho tlmo, unless It was the Orst yeir of Its
existence, that tho various clubs of tbo
American Association were on as thor
oughly good terms with ono another as
thoyarcnow. I tin not know of a slnglo
itlflcrcuco that exists between any two
members of tbo Association at tbo present
Tho Ban Francisco Call relates this story
of Barnlo's new llrst baseman: ".Manager
Finn says wheu bo asked Tom I'owcr to
hlgn for 1800 the llrst baseman demanded
WOO a month. 'Don't you know,' said
Finn, 'that tho California l.caguo Is not
nblo to pay such snlarleei' 'That's none of
my business,' responded tho smiling
Thomas. 'Well,' retorted tbo manager, 'I
hopo you don'l suppose that I'm going
down In my pocket lo run auon-pajlng
learn?' 'I don't care where tbo cash comes
from,' remarked I'owfr, 'If I am paid for
my cervices.' The interview ended Imme
diately." Around tlio llont-llouses.
llondoln College Is to havo au eight
i uatcd ctcw.
It. U. Benedict has been elected captain
. of tho Cornell crew.
Sculler Bearlo left 3,000 so, at least, tho
Tho Wacbusctt Hoat Club of Worcester,
Mass., Intends to Join (bo National Associa
tion. It is now almost certain that tbo Yalo
freshmen will bavc a race with Harvard on
tho Thames in June.
Yalo has agreed to row the famous cham
pion tight-oared crew of tbo Atalanta Boat
Club of New York In tho spring.
II has been doclded that tbe University
1 oat race between Oxford and Cambridge
shall tako place on April 1 at 11:30.
There Is somo talk of building a hoat
housofor tbo Yale crew on Lako Whitney,
v. hei o a part of their practlco Is done
Neil Matterson, tho oarsman, has chal
lenged Peter Kemp to row a raco for the
KUlllug championship of tbo world and
Al. Ilstum, Jake (iaudaur, James Ten
Kyclc and George Ilosmer havo formed a
professional rowing association, and Ilomm
i acting secretary Jo tern. They are now
drawing up a constitution and ny-laws.
Nes fur Cyclists.
Thomas Sloens has arrived In New
Tho Bay State Wbcolincn of Worcester
havo adopted a gray uniform.
An effort wlllbomadoto Induce tho Penn
sylvania Cycling League to hold Its June
li, luting on tho grounds of tho Tioga
Atblcltc As60ciattou at Westmoi eland
Tho National C5si0iJR' Union will next
Mason renjit- " . '.., ' tlmokcopcrs of
that ort''lu i" vclurn lot ltcbea wlllcll
-ijg.- 'ill hw-otcs to elect tho Pa conditions
' " ,H;h 1! - ,.' " Hi-ptibllry
Tho New York t ti regards as fooll3h
, Ibo action of Ibo League of American
Wheelmen In passlDg tbo resolution pro
bihllliig cyclists from receiving oxpenscs
from athletic clubs of which they may bo
Howaifl College baa thrown down tbo
gauntlet to the L. A. W. by asking tho Now
Jersey Athletic Club to send a bicyclo team
to contest with tbe college team, under
J tho management and direction of tbe A.
r A. U.
Tho HViccI thus comments piophetlcally:
"Tho Blunder of altoclng Board A6tnall
cloud, no larger than tbo traditional man's
hand, may ho discerned with proper
tu-utiny on tho cycling horizon. That tho
loud will get 'big ana black' as tho season
f,'rows apace, tbut It will herald tho biggest
Mud of a rumbling thunder storm, Is a
A Srnred Killtor.
A rugged fanner stalked Into the sanctum
with a big whip under his arm.
"Be you the editor!" bo asked. "I am,"
wiib tho half opprcheti6lvo reply.
"Here's two dollars sendmo your piper,
fir life," ho said.
"Y'ou see," ho went on, "our daughter
as oick and liked to dlo: sbo drooped and
grew wrak and pale, had headaches, no ap
petite, back ached, feet and bands like Ice,
couldn't sleep, backed with cough, and wo
thought sho had consumption No mcdl-
Ino helped her till wo tried that Dr.
l'lcrco'a Favorite Prescription mentioned In
.- jour paper, when sbo began to mend In no
' time, and Is now well and baudeomo as a
...... Tt.lt (n. ili.li'n a n 1 1 1 m ... Ii.n ml I. a . I,
; ' Now tho editor Is looking for another
tcarc. luo medicine lias cured scores af
IHUfd as was the farmer's daughter, re
storing tho female functions to healthy
iietiou and n moving the obstructions and
mppicsslons which caused her trouble. It
In guaranteed to glvo satisfaction, or prlco
Ale tho Guest' JIIoul.
Morris McMahou, a tramp, walked Into
the dlulng-room of tbo Virginia House yes
terday und deliberately ato a meal that had
been 6orvcd for a guut. Ho was before
Judgo Miller later In tho day and commit
ted to tho workhouso on a ckavjjo of
Held for tho Crunil Jury.
Charles li. Carter was held over to tho
brand jury by Judge Sillier yesterday after
jioou. Ho Is charged with having robbed
William Tavener of Lccsburg of $40. The
larceny was committed in a stablo ou
A clergyman, after years of suffering
from that loathsome disease, Catarrh, ami
vainly trying ovcry known remedy, at last
found a prescription which completely
cured and saved blin from death. Auy suf
ferer from this dreadful disease seudinr
u selt-addrcsscd stamped envolopo to Pro
fessor J. A. I.awrenco, 83 Wurrcn street,
New York, will rccclvo tho rcclpo free of
Bad Douth of a Child.
Nora, IhuS-ycarold daughter of Samuel
Ward, living at 1011 Soventh street, was
fatally bumed by her clothes Igniting from
n stove. Bho died after sullerlug great
agony al tho Providcnco Hospital.
llruiallty of Son.
I.culs Cotblcr was sent to tho workhouso
vcsteiday for 6lxty dajs for assaulting bis
mother. Ho was ilucd onco beforo for tho
Name offense, and his mother has frequently
l ci tietd lo prosecute
Prompt Tlmo tu Now York,
Tho U. & O. express trains to Philadel
phia and Now York are making their regu
lar behedulo tlmo with great regularity.
With their handsomo roach, parlor and
blcoplDg-car equipment theso trains afford
tho llnest ecrvlco to all points In Eastern
Pennsylvania, New York und Nor England.
From NuturHl Causes.
Coroner Patterson, after a careful Inves
tigation, has coma to tho conclusion that
Louisa Jonbson, who was found dca 1 lu
Jier cabin scar Montello, died from natural
'SO9, 40' or fight.'' See "War" Robert
poa'a 6dye.rUaem.oat la this paper.
IN ltACING UIKGM'.H.
A blizzard struck New Orleans last Sat
urday, making things very uncomfortablo
ou the racc-courso.
Tho Washington Jockoy Club grounds,
near llcnuliigs station, Is ono of the most
complcto of modern raco-courscs. Somo
of tbo most noted iljcrs lu tho country havo
been entered for tin spring meeting,
W. T, Woodard's sale of colts Just onded
at Lexington, Ky., wai tho most successful
ever held in the United States. Flvo hun
dred and ten bead aggregated 4ffll,31), and
two hundred mid ninety-two standard ani
mals brought $337,000.
Ou Tuesday and Wednesday, March 25
and SO, over 100 bead of Palo Alto trotting
stock, tho property of Hon, Lelaud Stan
ford, will bo sold at auction In Now York.
Tbo blizzard may como with rnln and
snow, but ut (iuttetibcrg and Clifton tbo
l'ooil for tho Toor.
Tl.o clerks of tho record and certlflcato
divisions of tho Census Ofllco havo con
tributed through Major Moore a wagon
IohI otpiovlslons for the relief of tho poor.
These cnntilhutloiis coma lu very appro
priately nt this lime.
Thousands of pcoplo aro building up a
flno business by pulling down their health.
For such as pursue tho courso of overwork
and lnduco thereby liver disease and dys
pepsia, Laxador Is actually a blessing.
Price, only '-'5 cents a package
If your baby Is suffering with tboso
troubles that nearly nlways attend teething
don't delay, but uso at onco Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup. Price, 23 cents.
Deserted Her Ittiabuiitl.
Thomas Morris has lllcd a bill of divorce
from his wife, Ida M, Morris. Desertion
This powder novcr varlos. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomenoss. Moro
economical than tbo ordinary kinds, and
cannot bo sold In competition with tbo multi
tude of low-test, short-wclRht alum or phos
pliato powders. Sold only in cans. Uoval
Uarinii rowxiEB Co.. lurt Wall Stroot. N. Y.
CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY,
H22 PENNSYLVANIA AVESUE,
Opposite Wlllard's Hotel.
NEW PUOCESS OF LAUNDEftlNa.
NEW BUILDIKa AND NEW MACHINERY.
Collars and CulTV, 2 cents each. Half IIoso
davced free of charge
All shirts dono by band to avoid tcailm;.
Two s enmstrcsscs at tho Laundry to mond
underwear at low prices.
Liberal discount to fainllle?. Goods deliv
ered to any pan of tho city.
S. C. UlKMlRGH,
ig Drop in Harness,
Bugiy of Road Harness,
$25 reilnc-eil to $18
$30 reduced fo $2(1
$35 reduced fo $25
$40 reduced (o $30
Carriage or Coupe Harness.
$40 reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
$6b reduced to $50
All HandMade Work.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels of Ml
Descriptions a Specialty.
Special attention given to tho
lloralrliig of TIlUNICS and
K. KNEESSI & SON,
425 SEVENTIT STHEET N. ,
Next to Odd-Fellows' Hall.
NEW YORK BUFFET,"
403 TENTH STREET N. Y.
Best anil Purest Liquors In tho city. Im
JAMES n. COSTELLO, Propilctor.
Heals (Iio sort
SciihiN of Tunti
Try llio Cure
A partlclo In applied Intoeaoh nostril and Is
asrucaulo. l'rlco.&o cents, ut Drncslsts-, hy
niall, leglstered, CO cents. ELY llUO'l'HERS,
60 Warren st New York.
Wtl.nfMVRnMlrinnM.,11 Mel. n n.nn ll..irt
fcratlmoaDdtbeQhftTa tlwin rbtaraag.in. Imaana
radical cure, IhaaulutliRilidiuau(i'lTS, Wllf
lll'SY or l'ALLlNO rllUKNUbaallls-fongBludr. I
lrrrant my remedy to euro the wont cues, ilecausa
otaun harft failed is iiorexsoa for not nov receivioft 4
Oara. Kondntoace for truatltanod Free llottla
pi my iDfalhblo remedr, li?o liipreaa and I'ojt Offloe.
IL, U, UUUTi Hi, 0..X83 i'eiul Kt. How Xortr.
Couiinlaslnnerur needs for livery Btate
NOTARY AND U, 8. COMMISSIONER.
Office Hours, 0 to o.
lrl V Street N. W. Tolenbone No. 344-2.
The Washington Gaslight Co
Gas Boilers at$ 1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50 for Instantly
Making Tea or Coffee.
For Large and
JUST THE STOVE
As You Extinguish the Fire the Instant
the Cooking is Done. .
FOR, SALE BIT
The Washington Gaslight Co
LIMITED SALE OF LOTS
$100, $200, $250 and $300 EACE.
"Why go 18 miles out and pay $300 a lot, over ono mile from
station, on SJlOO-acrc ground, when you can buv one same size
on $5 easy monthly payments on s?500-ncro ground, bordering
SevenlU-sticct plUe, one-half the distance out, near now station,
where thoro Is already n lino growing settlement two largo
hotels, store, churches, sanitarium, many beautiful cottages
and moro to bo built this spring ?
This special inducement Is limited to a few days only Re
duced one-half from former pilco. Former price re-established
immediately after this special sale. Houses built ou easy terms.
We have about ioo Lots, 50x150 each, left in that
beautiful subdivision known as South Brookland, which is
in conformity with the plan of the city, having streets
90 leet and avenues 130 feet wide,
south of and adjoining Brookland,
Metropolitan Branch Railroad and
the University and Soldiers' Home,
will be sold at the
Low Prices of From 4 to 10 Cents-Per "Foot
On Easy Terms.
For plats and further information apply to
WILLIAM O. DENISON, 923 F street, or 10
REDFORD W. WALKER, ico6 V street n. w.
Street fl. OU.
Rock Creek Park.
Avenues and Circles.
inis suDaivision is
convenient to the
Electric Cars, near
The lots now left
L.8.1 Oi L-.
L0UI81RN11 STfitE LOTTERY GO.
Incorporated by tho Lcgllaturo for educa
tional and charitable purposos, nnd Its fran
chise made n part of tho prosont Stato Oon
Btltutlon.ln 1870, by an ovEnwimLMma roro-
Its ORANT) EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INOS tako placo Soml-Annually (Juno and
December), nnd Its GRAND 8INOLK NUM
HER DRAWINGS tako plaoo In each of tho
other ten months In tho year, and nro all
drawn In public, at tho Academy of Mlislo,
Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do horeby certify that wo suporrlso
tho arrangement for nil tho Monthly nnd
Hcml Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana 8tato
Lottery Co., nnd In porson manago nnd con
trol tho drawlnps tliomsolvos, nnd that tho
samo nro conduetod with honesty, talrnoss
nnd In pood faith toward all partlos, nnd wo
nuthnrlzo tho company to uso this oortlBoito,
wtthfaoslmllos of our signatures altactiod,
n Its ndvcrtlsomonts."
Wo tho undorstfrnod Ranks and Hankers
will pny all prizes drawn In tho Loulshna
Stato Lotteries, which may bo proseatod at
It. r. wai.MSI.EY, rro. La. Nat. Bank.
V. JLANAUX, rrcs. Stato Nat. Dank.
A. HAM) WIN, rrcs. N. O. Nat. Bank.
KAitl. KOIIN, Prcs. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako
placo nt tho Acadomy of Music, Now Orleans,
TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1890.
CAPITAL PRIZE - -
100.C0O Tickets at 820; nnlvcs, 810; Qnartors.
ES; Tenths, S3; Twonticths, 81.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 TR1ZC OF 8300,000 Is S3M.000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 1s 100,000
1PRIZICOF 60,000 Is CO.OOO
1 PRIZE OF aj.000 Is 2.-,000
SPRIZESOF lO.OOOaro 2J,000
BPRIZESOP B,0O0aro 3,000
25 PRIZES OF l.OOOnro 33.000
ICO PRIZES OF COO aro G0.000
aooi'RIZESOF SOOaro CO.OOO
COO PHIZES OF SOOaro 100,000
1C0 Prl7C3of 8500 aro 850,00
K0 Pilzcs of 800 nro.. i 30,003
1C0 Pilzos of 200 aro 20.003
TO Prizes of 100 aro 00.900
3,101 Prizes amounting to 81,05-1,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
3y"Fon Clot Rates or any f arthor Informa
tion desired wrltolcolbly to tho undonlcnod,
olonrly stating yonr residence, with State,
County, Street and Numbor. Moro rapid re
turn mall dollvory will bo assured by your
inoloslng an onTclopo boarlng your full ad
All ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes. Money Orders isuod by all Express
Companies or Now York Exchango.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Address Registered Lottcrs containing cur
Hew Orleans National Bant
Now Orleans, La.
"REMEMRER that tho paymont of prizes Is
GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL.
RANKS of Now Orleans, and tho tlckots aro
blsncd by tho President of an lastltution
vtlinso chartcrod rights nro rocognlzod In tho
highest courts. Therefore, bowaro of all imi
tations or anonymous EObomos."
ONE DOLLAR is thoprlcoof tho smallost
pert or fraction of a ticket ISSUED B Y US In
any drawing. Anything In our namo offered
for less than a Dollar Is a swindle.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purohasors la Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prloos.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stook of
CHASE, GABLER, WUEELOCK, BRIGQS,
BEHN1NG and other Pianos.
Tho Wonderful Self-Playing AJollan Organ.
6TORY CLARK, CLOUGII & WARREN
fioldon Installments, oxohanged, rented,
tuned, moved and storod.
Violins, Banjos ana Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet mnslo and musical merchandise at
the old btand. Oil Pa., avo.
1105 II STREET NORTHWEST,
Permanent and transient guests, fol.d.tf
WASniNGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS-83.00 and 84.00 PorDay.
Comer lBth and I stroeta northwest, '
Opposite MoPhorson Square.
II. M. CAKE.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. G. STAPLES, Into of Thousand 11. Uouso,
T. JAMES 1IOTET.,
SIXTH STHEET AND PENNA. AVE.,
Ti. WOODBnRY. lTODrloU)r.
QII.T IS DOB or
And yon win always Save beautiful Bread
Rolls and BlsoutU. Wbolesalo Dopot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T A CO.
3h IhT SiJ lis M mS1
U5 1 B.6 JL11 If OlJL
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wtno bns taken tbo premium al all California exhibit for years.
Secure n quantity of It now. '
Also n small Block of BBANDY of 1881.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAULTS, CORXr.Il 27il AND K STIir.UTS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HAKE TE& OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove Tor summer use, as the in
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SPCLB BY THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.-
OS ACCOUNT OF
a R EBUILDIN Gte
No. 8 I 4 Seventh
Must be Disposed of.
nannir icason tno ncljoinlnp premlso,now occupied y Tho Fair, wo will tako pos
session about FUHItUAHY 1. To comblno tho twn slo'oj Into ono requires oxtonalvo
Improvements, and wo haTO to mako room for llio Bulldor. Now is your chauco to eo
curo Jlllllnery and Wraps nt Half Tbelr Cost. Evory dollar's worth of stock must go at
our Great Clearing salo. Don't miss It.
Colored Felt Ilats. In all tho
latest chapes and colors; former
prices, 76c., S1.S1.S5 and Sl.X
clearing Bale Price
markets, In nil styles, col
ors, checks and plaids; re
duced from $7, $8, SO and
Clearing Salo Trlco
25 Children's Coats, Grot
chen stylo, with cnpo;io
iluced 1 10m 84. $5. go und;S7.
Clearing Sale l'rlco
styles, In checks aud plaids,
oxtra tlno qualities; reduced
from ST, S3 and SO. Clearing
Aftiaknn Capes, good qualities,
full lengths, nil sizes; former pilco,
Clearing Trlco Salo
Don't Miss This Great Opportunity.
KING'S PALACE, 814 7th St.
Ilpini'iubcr. uo Iino no Ilriuicli Nluro. Ho Hiiro Hint joiiuro In ICI.Vli'N
1'AI.At'i:, till Till Nt. N. W. Nloro oxteuilH from 7tli lo Nlli nt.
CRAYON PORTRAIT FREE.
We glvo to evory purchaser ol 11 or over a coupon, sixty of whloh ontltlo you to a
handsomo Crayon Portrait ot yourself or any member of your family, elegantly framuJ,
Street N. W.
IN 10 OR 15 H1RUTE3.
STOCK OF -
Indies' Seal Plush EnclUh
WalklneJaokcts, lined with
bost quality quilled satin,
elegantly finished, seal or
nament, bell alcoves,
chamois pockets, Itcgular
p.'lco, Sll. Cleailug Salo
Ladlos' Real riush Jrod.loslta,
best iuallty bell sleeroi, hand
somely quilted satin hnlug, loop
mnameuts. Itogulur pi Ice,
Clearing Salo Prlco
I.ndlos' London Dyo
lnohes long, leul si-al
Ity quilted llnlnir.
ltegular price, SS3.
Clearing Salo l'rlco
Indies' Goal Hush Coals,
three-quartor length, London
dyo, bell sleeves, bast quality
quilted llnlni,', chamoN pooU
ots. ltodueed trom JiO, $SJ and '
8S3, Cleailug Salo l'rlco
1 I &JtvfltOI.1B.A
V. JL. LA l-vfJ MU" Buimw.
Tho (h'pfit, I'ennsvlvaiiia Route
To the North, Wc8t and Southwest.
Boublo Track. Splendhft-ccnoryi
Steel Halls. MaRnlflccnt Kqulpmont.
In effect January 1, 1890.
Trains lcavo Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth nnd Dsts., as follows:
Fon I'lTTMitmo and tho West, Chicago Lim
ited Kxprcsn of Pullman Vcstllmlod Cars
nt lO.r-On m dally; Past Lino, la.mam dally
to Columbus nnd St. Louis, with Slcoplng
Cars from rittsburg to Columbus, and
Sleeping Cars Hnrrlsbtirg to Klohmond,
Ind.; dally, oxeopt Saturday, to Chicago,
with Sleeping Car Altoena to Chloago. St.
Louli, Chicago nnd Cincinnati Expross. 3.30
p m dally. Parlor Car Washington to liar
rlsburg, and Hleoplng Cars llarrlsburg to
M. Louts, Chicago and Cincinnati, and
Dining Car llarrlsburg to St. Louts. West
ern Express, at 7.40 pm dnllr.wlth sleeping
Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St. Loul,
conicctlng dally nt llarrlsburg with
through Hieopors for Loulsvlllo nnd Mom
phis. Pacific Express. 10.00 p m daily, for
Pittsburg and tho Wost, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg, nnd Pittsburg to
TJALTlMOlin AND POTOMAC IIAILUOAD.
Fon KAur, Canandalgua, Hoohester nnd Ni
agara Falls dally, except Mindny, 8.10 n m.
Fon Kiiik, Canntdnlgua and Hoohotter dally;
for lluffalo nnd Nlngara dully, oxeont Sun
dty, ln.oo p m, wlUi Sleeping Car Washing
ton to Koohcslcr.
Ton Wii.MAjisronT, Ixick Haven nnd Elmlra,
at 10.50 a m dally, except Sundny.
Fon WlLtiAJtsronT, dally, 3.30 p m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOItK AND
7.C0.0.CO. 11.00 nnd 11.40 nm, 2.10, 3.20, 4.10,
10.00 hnd ll.SO pm. On Sunday, 0.00, 11.40
a m, s.10. 3.S0, 4.10, 10.00 nnd 11.20 p m. Lim
ited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40
a m dnlly, except Sunday, and 1.00 pm
dally, with Dining Car.
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fart Exrnr.ss 8.10 a m week days, and 8.10
p m dally. Accom. 0 00 p m dally.
Fon IJoston, without chango, 3.20 p m ovory
Fon llnooKLTN, N. Y , all through trains con
ned at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annox, affoMlng dlroot transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferrlagos across
New York city.
Foit Atlantic CiTr, 11.40 a m week days,
ll.so pm dally.
Ton IUi.TiMomt, 0.33,7.20, 8.10, 0.00, 0. 10, 10.50,
11.00. nnd 11.40 a m. 13.03, 2.10, 3.20, 3.30.4.00,
4.10. 4.20, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00, and 11.20
p.m. On Sunday. 9.00, 0.03, 10.50, 11,40 a m,
2.10,8.20,8.30,4.00,4.10,0.00,7.40, 8.10, 10.00
nnd 11.20 pm.
Fon PorK'a CnEEK Line, 7.20 n m and 4. 10 p m
dally, except Sundny.
Ton AnnaI'olis,7.20, 0 00 a in. 12 03 nnd 4.20 p
m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.03
a m, 4.10 pm.
ALEXANDI1IA AND FUEDKItlOKSnURG
RAILWAY .AND ALEXANDHIA AND
In EFKrr-T FennuAnr 23d, 1890.
Fon Alexandria 1.30, 0.35, 74 8.40, 0.45,
10.67 a in, 12.04 noon, 3 03, 4.23,4.51,0 01,
8.1 2. 10.03 and 11.37 p m. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 0.45, 10.57 a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.03
AtcojuiODATioN ron QuANTico-7.43am and
4.55 p m week-days. 7.05 n m Sundays.
Ftn Richmond nnd tho South-4.80. 10.67 a m
and 4.15 p m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p
Tiiains loaro Alexandria for Washington
0.C6, 7.05, 8 00, 9.10. 10 15, 11.07 a m. 1.20, 3.00,
3.15, 6.10, 7.03. 9.20. 10 32 and 11.05 p m. On
Sundny nt 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 3.15, 5.10,
7.(5, 9.S0 and 10 32 pm.
Tickets nnd Information at tho ofllco,
northeast corner of Thlrtceuth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station,
where orders can bo loft for tho cheeking of
tiaggngo to destination from hotels and resi
General Passenger Agent.
CnARLES E. rutin. General Manager.
Baltimoro & Ohio Railroad.
Scbcdulo In effect Deo 20, 1SS0.
Lcavo Washington from Station corner ot
Now Jersey avenno and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbnled
Limited express dally 11:20 a in, oxprcss 0:30
Fon Cikcinnati, St. Louis nnd Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 nnd 11:30 p m.
Fon PiTTsntmo and Clovcland, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 11:50 a m and express
Fon I.exikqton and Local Stations, tl030
Fon WiNcmisTEn nnd Way Stations, t5.30
Ton LunAT, 8:40 p m.
Fon UALTI510RE, week days, 4.00, 5 00, 6,40.
7.20, 8.80,0 20, 0.45 (11.00, 12.00, 43 minutes),
a m, 12.10. 2 CO. 2 30 (45 minutes). 3.15 (45-niln-utes).
3.25, 4.25, 4 SO, 4.35, B.80, 6.20, 7.10, 7.45,
9.P0, 10.30 and 11.80 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.20,
8.30, 0 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (13 minutes). 1.15,
2.C0, 8.30 (45-mlnutes), 188.8.131.52,4.35, 0.20, 7.1o!
745, 9 CO, 10.30 and ll.SO p m.
Ton Wat Stations botween Washington
and Haltlmoro, 5 00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.33, 0.20, ll.so p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 25,' 4 35, 0.20, 11 3(1 p m.
Tiiains leao linltlmoro for Washington,
week days, fi.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.43, 8 00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.(0,12.15, l.M, 2.10, 3 00,
4.10.-4.15. 5.C0, COO, 0.50 7.10, 7.30,8.30,8.35,
10.20, 10.25 nnd 11 p. m. Sundays O.SO, 7.43, 8.B0,
0.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00. 12.50, 1.00, 2.10, 4.15,
D.00. 0.20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.33, 10.20, 10.25 and
11 ft p ra.
Foil ANNArous, 0.40 a ra, 12.10, 4.23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 n m, 4.33 p m. Leavo An
napolis' 0.40, am. 12.03, 3,50 p m. Sundays.
Fon Stationm on tho Metropolitan Branch,
t6. 45, 410.30 a m, 81.10 pm for principal sta
tions only; tlO.30 u m, tl.30 and ts.30 p m.
1'on Hockville nna wny stntlons. ti.13 p m.
Fon OAiTirKnmnno and Intermodlato points,
9.CO a m. tl CO, 5.33, tll.35 n m.
Ton Dotd's and Intermodlato stations. t7.00
Cuur.cu tiiain leaves Washington on Sun
day nt 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
Foil FncnEiucK. t0.45. tll.S0 a m, t3.10, 4.30
pm. Sunduys, 1.10pm.
Fon UAOEnsTowN, 111.20 a. m. and T5.30
Tiiaixs nrrivo from Chicago dnlly 11.45 a m
and 4.05 p m; from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis
dailyS.lla m nnd 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m. 0 50 p m daily.
NEW YORK. AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New Yoek. Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth. N. J., I.OH, 18.00, 0.20, 12(X)a m,
2.S0, 4,S0 nnd l('.so p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the
10.30 li m, open nt 9.00 p m.
Ton Piiii.adem'ii!a, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.CO. 18.C0. 9 20, 18.00 a m,
2.30, 4.Wt. 7.10 and 10 SO pm.
Fon iNTEnjiEuiATK roiNTs between naltl
moroand I'hlladolptla, 15.00 nnd 7.20 am,
18.00, 13,15 p ra
Tiiains i ba e New York for Wimhincton.
8.30, tll.OOa m, '2 00, SO, S.OO p m nnd
Tjai.s ieave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, '8.15, 11.10a m,tl.35, 1.40. G05. 7.40
Fon Atijintio Citt. ri 00 a m aud 12.00ra
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 1? 00 noon.
t Except Sunday. Dally. Ssunday only.
Ila?gngo eallocf lor and checked from ho
tela nt.d residences by Union Transfer Co. on
ciders li'ft nt ticket ofllecs.OlO and 1331 Pa
avo nnd nt Depot.
J. T. ODKLL, CIIAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Scbcdulo In effect March 2, ISM,
Trains lcavo Union Dopot, Sixth nnd D
streets. 10:57 a in for Newport News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally, Pullman
lluffct Parlor Cars to Old Point Comfort
dallv except Sundays. Arrilvo In Old Point
at 6:10 pm. and Noifolk ntU:40pra.
ll:il a in Cincinnati Kxpress, dally, for
stations in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati, Vestibule sleepers through
without chango to Cincinnati, nrrhlngat7'33
ll:2.-.pm-l 1'. V VeslihuloLtinlted.dally,
solid trains with dining oars run tlirniun
without changu to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington aud Loulsvlllo. Pull
inun cars aro open to rocolvo passongers ut
8X0 p. in.
Oflltc, 513 Pennsylvania avonuo.
11. W. FULLEK, Gen. Pass. Agent.
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H I UC5I I IWC General ana NERV0U3 DEBILITY:
(HfrnF? T! Weakness of Body and Mlndi EffecU
V " iuil of Errors or Excesses la Old or Young.
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lilrrrinllMnWHU.l'MlMl l.(liHMlll(US I'AinsodlllUr,
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aopalba,UalH,W und IuJccUousV u" y
in uourM huou( lucuinuu-f
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dorse Hk O M tho oull
Amsterdum, N. Y.
Wo havo sold lllg O foi
mniiy yfrira, nud U DM
, given tuo betl 01 saur
I). 11. DYCTTTC 4 CO.,
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Hud Crufeu Diuuiuud llrandt
nf uk PruxtcUt Ut IHmiuuimI IlrunJ(
in rtu it nn ig iwiia, kiicii mvu vim
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