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THE WASHINGTON CKETIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1890.
New Haven, Docombor 15, 1830.
Tho Anhousor-Dusoh Urowlng Association,
ft. Louis, Mo.:
Gontlomon Tlio samplo ot Faust Bcor
latoly rccolvod (rom you far analysis has In
too parts by wolgbt tho following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract 0.830
Carbonto acid gas 355
i-yetomatlo search has failed to show tho
presence of any adulterant, nnd tho compo
bUIou Is vory similar to that of the Dost Boor
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc,
S. W. Johnsok,
Trofossor of Chomlstry, Yalo Collogo,
First street andYlrelnla avonno Bouthwost,
Xtudilcn'n Sprint: .Stylos In Furniture,
Carpets, Iliibr Carriages, oto.
This lone established Initallmont houso,
located at 030 and 93.! Hovonth strcot north
west, Ik receiving Its full supply of all kinds
ot merchandise that co to mako up a com
pleto outfit for a comfortable rosldenco. Ills
cow stock of llcfrlgerators. Baby Carriages
nnd Matting Is complete You can find Just
what you need In this rosponslblo store at
cash ptlccs on tho Installment plan, nnd
mako your own torms. Uoods delivered on
first payment. Giro him a call.
XV, II. Houghton A C'o.'h Mow Styles
of Spring Goods.
This prominent furniture and upholstery
fstabllahment, conveniently locatod In tho
heart of tho city nt 1S18 and 1220 V street
northwest, has just opoucd at Its mammoth
storoanologantossortmontof Wakefield baby
carriages of tho latest and most npprovod
nppllancosforcomfortand durability, rang
ing In prices from J 10.50 to $10. Thoso goods
nro tho best nluo yet offered this season In
Washington. They have also Just received a
carload of tho prettiest and nowost novel
ties In bed room furniture, from SI0 to $73
per suit. Thoy aro oponlng an olegant assort
ment ot tho new est designs In all departments
at tholr magnificent omportum ot fashion.
For spring lamb and Washington dressod
beef go to J. R. Kolly, Ninth streot wing.
Contro Market, and N. L. Markot, Fifth and
Tho Metropolitan Haptlst Church Cel
ebrates Its Second Year's Kxlalonco.
Tho congregation, of tbo Metropolitan
Baptist Church celebrated last evening
the second anniversary of tho opening
of their new church edifice on Sixth
and A. streets northeast. Tho church
has had a phenomenal growth during
the past year, both In membership nod
in ci case, in the Sunday-school. Acorn
mltlco composed of B. P. Bingham,
Morgan F. Mount, B. 1 Murray, A. 0.
Clark, Mrs. M. B. Sayro and Mrs. Allen
C. Clark a tranced the very pleasing
programme which was carried out last
night. The pulpit was very neatly
decorated with flowers and ferns.
Keprcscntntlvo Stewart of Georgia
occupied tho chair after devotional ex
nciscs, led by Rev. Robert R. AVestand
Rev. Charles A. Stakely. An able ser
mon wbb delivered by Rev. Dr. Hntcher.
Tho reception committee at tho church
was composed of .Messrs. Benjamin F.
Binghnm. Allen C. Claik, W. F. Pax
ton, William A. Lowell and L. M. Lips
comb, tho ushers. On tho platform were
fcated John 11. Stewart, Rev. Robert
R. West, Rev. Charles A. Stakely, Rev.
"William E. Hotchcr. D. D.. ot Rich
mond, Va., and RevJJHHtUtu U .Young,
i. i T?if pastor '61 in6" church. "" V.
S UETECTIVK KAFF'S OHASC,
lie Catches His Object nnd Brings
Her lteforo Judge Sillier.
A complaint was mado yesterday af
ternoon at Police Headquarters that n
quantity of jewelry and clothing had
been stolen from the house of Mr. R.
O. Dyrenforth, ex-Commissioner of
X'atents. Detective Rail was detailed
to investigate the case.
Lucy Lang, a colored domestic in
the house, was suspicloned and a search
of her trunk resulted in finding most
of the missing jewelry and clothing.
The girl was permitted to go Into her
room to obtain her bat, so that she
could accompany the detective to head
quarters, and Bho Improved the oppor
tunity to "skip." Mr. Raff gave chase
and arrested her on Piny Branch
In court to day Lucy Lang explained
that she had borrowed tho articles to
make a "show" with, and denied any
Intention of stealing. Sho claimed that
this was her first criminal offeusc. and
Mr. Dyrenforth appealed to tho Coutt
for leniency. Judge Miller fined her
IS WUISKY A LIl'E ELIXIR?
Tho Alan Who Thought It Was Is
Considered u I.unutle,
Edward Gordon, a crazy colored
man, who lives at No 1110 Clinton
Place, was in tho Police Court to-day.
lie showed unmistakable signs of
Insanity by his own testhnony.
He labored under a delusion that ho
bad discovcied n certain elixir of life,
which he called "Rulers' Root," but
which really was whisky. Judge Mil
ler came to a natural conclusion, and
lefcrredthe caso to tho Secretary of
the Intel lor.
Wesleyans at Dinner,
The annual banquet and reunion of
tho Washington Alumni of Wcslcyau
University took placo last evening at
"Willard's Hotel. Senator Squire sat
nt the head of tho tabio and presided,
and speeches wcro mado by President
Raymond, Dr. Scudder ('37), Congress
man Wallace ('77), Professors Atwater,
Loomis nnd Goodcand Messrs. Han Is,
Pound, Crowell, Rev. Georgo Elliott
and others. At tho election that en
fcued Senator Squire was chosen presi
dent; A. W. Harris, vice-president;
Howard Clark, treasurer, and Fred. II.
Tasker, secretary, for tho coming year.
Interesting l'rthlan Entertainment.
An Interesting entertainment was
given last night by Excelsior Lodge,
No.r.,14, Knights of Pythias, at their
hall, cornfir of Ninth street and Penn
sylvania avenuo. Mr. Bcilah Wllkins.
who i3 a member of tho order In Ohio,
delivered an tnstructlvo address, with
Damon and Pythias as tho basis. Music
was rendered by tho Pastime Musical
Association of fourteen pieces. Thero
wcro several recitations and musical'
pieces rendered, and tho successful en
tertainment concluded with tho singing
of "Auld Lang Syuo," Refreshments
wcro served by tho lodge.
Olllior Ilurdette Resigns.
Officer Burdelto of tho Sixth Pre
cinct Station, who was involved in tho
Krnfllo with Officer Fitzgerald, has re
feigned. Mr. Buidctto has been on pro
bation for several months, having been
warned that If ho was brought before
tho trial board again bo would bo dis
missed. Tho charge against Officer
Fitzgerald for using Janguago attributed
to him was not sustained.
A wlio man Is one who has been of ton do
eclved, except In having bis catarrh or In
Jlucnza cured by Old Saul's Catarrh Cure,
xw deception In that. This prlnco of catarrh
stiuiiuts cp6u oaijr ua cents,
W1TU HAT AND HAM,.
Homlp In tho World or llnselintl, I'll
glllsin nnd Other Sports,
Tho ball gamo yesterday had to bo
postroned on account of tho wet
grounds. Tho grounds nro not yet in
shape, and consequently It docs not re
qulro much rain to render them nufit to
play upon. To-day, however, they aro
all right, and, unless It should rain
heavily, tho advertised gamo between
tho Bostons nnd tho Woshlngtons will
tnko placo ot 4:30 o'clock. Clarkson
and Burnett will olllclato in tho points
for tho visitors, and Malonoy and
Riddle for tho homo team. Tho gamo
will undoubtedly bo tho best of tho
exhibition series. Tho Boston team
will bo tho strongest tho localtcam will
meet and it will try hard to gain n
Glcason likes his team very well, nnd
yesterday said ho did not bcliovo thoro
was a club In tho Atlantic Association
(hot could compete with It. Ho believes
it to bo a better team than last year's,
and said ho had no doubt but what It
could beat that club easily.
Tho question of Sunday games Is be
ing considered, and it is not Improbable
that Washington will bo treated to tho
novelty of Sunday games. There nrc
plenty of good ball grounds just beyond
tho Long Bridge, and no law to pro
vent Sunday games in Virginia. Such
grimes would draw very largely In this
city, where there Is very llttlo recrea
tion on tho Sabbath, and tho matter Is
being very seriously considered.
St. Louis is n red-hot Brotherhood
city, and If, tho Players' League could
bo persuaded to put a club there It
would mako Von dcr Aho's team mis
erable. Yesterday's games resulted as fol
lows: Boston (P. L.), 7; Brooklyn,
(P. L.), 3. Pittsburg (N. L.), 10; Syra
cuso (A. A.), . Chicago (P. L.), 3;
Clovcland (P. L.). 1. Cincinnati (N.
LX 7; St. Louis (A. A.), 0.
Tho Atalantas of New York and tho
Ynlo crow will row on cight-oaicd four
mllo straightaway race hero May 2t.
A fight has been nrranged between
Isaac Murgln, tho colored middle
weight of tho District, nnd Jesso Mot
ion, the Black Pearl. Tho fight will
tako placo on tho 18th, and will bo for
$100 n sido and n purse.
McLean and Kemp, tho scullers,
will row for the championship of tho
world, on tho Parametta River, Aus
tralia, on May 15.
The i mile bicycle record of 30 2-5
seconds, held by W. A. Rowc, was
broken yesterday by F. M. Bell at
Montgomery, Ala., who mado the dis
tance in 32 seconds.
Harry Wright says that neither
Hamilton nor Burko is as sure a catch
as Fogarty in tbo ccntru field, but thoy
cover as much territory and when It
comes to getting runs Fogarty is not
in it with cither of them.
The much tnlked-of light between
Gco-go Noitbldgo nnd Billy McMillan
for $G0O and tho middle weight cham
pionship takes placo two weeks from to
morrow. Tbo final deposit will bo
mado to-morrow night. "Both men are
in excellent shapo and arc training care
fully. McMlllun Is down to within a
few pounds of tho weight at which ho
will fight, 144, and Northldgo is In opt
ttr sbupo than ho cvci has been before.
Both men nio confident of rendering a
good nceount of themselves in the
ling. Tho battle ground has been
selected nnd the prico charged for
tho tickets insures a better class of
spectators than usually attend such
fights. Tickets can bo obtained at 314
Eleventh street. Tho betting is be
coming quite spirited nnd already a
largo umount has been wagered on the
figljtr" An even bet of $200 was mado
last night in a well-known sporting re
sort, nnd tliero have been a number of
wagers placed nt even money. I '.
pi'uunMc that Jjoth men will r.ary sev
eral huudrcd dollars" into tho ling to
place on themselves just before tho
It is said that tho Puritan Club will
offer a purse of $25,000 for Sullivan
and Jackson to contend for. Tho Purl
tan Club is an infant as yet, but it
promises to havu a monopoly of tho
fights In the East.
As Peter Jackson Is under contract
to the California Athletic Club it is
doubtful If ho will bo able to enter Into
niiangtmenls to fight Sullivan for tho
purso offered by the Puritan Athletic
Hereafter when a fight at tho Occi
dental Club lasts over fifty rounds tho
rclerco will be changed. It is thought
that this now departuro will bo adopted
by all tho clubs in California.
Johnny Files and Fiddler Neary have
signed to fight fifteen rounds in Now
York with thrco-ounco gloves within
four weeks for $250 a side and a $300
Proctor Knott is one of the favorites
in tho Suburban. Ho is roundiug-to In
great form and will givo some of tho
other cracks a great taco.
Found SIlU on tho Streot,
A man who gave his name as C. M.
Willctt, and over 00 years of age, was
found sick on Seventh street, near tho
coiner of Florida avenue, this morning.
He was removed to tho Freedmen's
Hospital. His attack was from natural
causes, and It is not thought that it will
A OAIN OF A POUND A DAY IK THE
CAbE Or A MAN WHO HAS RF.COMC "ALL
RUN DOWN," AND HAS EXGUN TO TAKE
THAI KEMARKABLU FLESH TUODUCER,
OF PURE COO LIVER OIL WITH
Hypophosphites of Llmo & Soda
IS NOTHING UNUSUAL. TlIIS I EAT
HAS 1UXN TERrORMED OVER AND OVER
AC.AIN. PALATAIILE AS MILK. EN.
dorsed nv Physicians. Sold nv all
Druggists. Avoid suustitui ions and
For Improved and economic cookery uso
EXTRACT OF BEEF
for Beef Tea, Soups, Mado Dishes, Sauooi
(Game, Flslrt &o.). Asplo or Moat Jelly, Koops
lor any length of titno, and h cheaper and
of finer llavor than nuy ol her sto :k.
fJruulUK only with 3. you I.li)big'H
ulHUUturt! us ultoto In I'lne.
One pound of Extract of Beef equal to
forty pounds of lean beer.
They Itccolvo Tholr Alexandria llroth
ron In n Ilnynl Manner,
A brilliant rccoption and entertain
ment was given lost night at Goldon
Cioss Hall to Lafayelto Lodge, No. 11,
Independent Order of Mechanics of
Alexandria, by Columbia Lodco, No. 1,
of this city. After tho closo of tho
business meeting long tables laden with
all manner of delicacies and confections
wcro attacked by the Columbians nnd
their Virginia guests.
Mr. II. E. Weaver, past supremo ruler
of tho order, presided and did tho
honors gnllantly. His ablo assistants
wcro Messrs. Courtnoy, Player, Kid
well and Eichelborcer, all olllcers of
tho order. Tho lodges represented wcro:
Lafayelto Lodge, "No. 11, of Alexan
dria, thirty-six members; Friendship,
nine members; Anchor, nino members:
Capital, five members; Lafayelto of
tho District of Columbia, twenty-flvo
members, nnd Columbia, fifty-two
Lecturing to tho Touchers,
Commissioner of Education Harris
delivered nn Illustrated lecturo last
night, at tho High School, on ancient
nnd modern sculpture. It was tho
first of a scries of lectures to -bo given
for the public school teachers, and was
well attended. Tho Illustrations were
described In nn Interesting nnd in
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
L. R. BROWN, M. D.,
23 West Jorsoy St.,
EuzAi)ETn, N. J., Juno 23, 1839.
This Is to certify that I bavo usod for somo
months with mnch satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for noadacho, known as
Brlggs' neadacho Trochos. Tbo romody
cures more hoadaohes, especially such as af
fect Nervous Womon, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this certificate will
be tho moans or bringing It to tho favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that trouble, I
shall fool that I havo done thorn a sorvlce.
L. R. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or nont by Mall on Re
ceipt of Pnco.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH. N. J.
PABST BREWING CO.,
Formerly the Phil. Bost Browing Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIC.
"' I." ' "'vGood for Family Use.
i Dobllltated Tersons.
D O Ifc tiV
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCH.
703 and 705 North Capitol Street.
Tclopliono 273. apS
lit Manufactufefs' Prices Saving 20
to 25 Per Cent,
ROBERT E. CLARKE
And Reprosentlng tho
Central Printing House
Or NEW YORK.
(All kinds of JOB PRINTING and Engravln?
dono upon tho shortest notice, In the neatest
manner and at tbo lowest price).
If you need anything In tho abovo linos
send postal and agent will call. Address
741 thirteenth Street I .,
WASHINGTON, D. O.
Big Drop in Harness,
Buggy oi Road Harness.
$25 reduced to $18
$30 reduced to $20
$35 reduced fo $25
$40 reduced to $30
Carriage or Coupe Harness,
$40 reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
$6b reduced to $50
All Hand-Made Work.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels of All
Descriptions a Specialty,
Special attention given to tho
Itopalrlns of TBUNK8 and
K. KNEESSI & SON,
425 SEVENTH 8TBEET N. W.,
Next to Odd-Fellowa' Hall.
Sixth Street and New
This is the lowest
OVEK A MILLION DlbTHlDUT ED
L.3.1 Oi ii
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY GO.
Incorporated by tho Legislature for eduoa
tlonal and oharltablo nurposos, and Its fran
chise made a part of the present btato Con
stitution, In 1879, by an ovehwiiulmino roru-
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako placo semi annually (Juno and
December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS tako placo In each ot tho
other ten months In tho year, and aro all
drawn In publlo.at tho Academy of Music,
Now Oiloans, La.
"Wo do horeby cortlfy that we anpervlso
tho arrangements for all tho Monthly and
Scml-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., and In porson mauago and con
trol tho drawings thomsolves, and tint tho
same aro conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good faith toward all partlei, and wo
authorize the Company to uso this cortlncato,
with fao-slmlles of our signatures attached,
In Its advertisements."
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Dankors
will pay all prizes drawn In! tho Louisiana
Stato Lotteries which may bo prosonted at
It. m. WAMistEr, Prcs. La. Nat. Bank.
I", lakabx, 1'rcs. State Nat. Hank.
A. HAtmviKi, Trcs. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAltl, koiin, Trcs. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTIILY DRAWING will tako
placo at the Academy of Muslo, Now Or
leans, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1800.
ICO.COO Tickets at Twenty Dollars: Ilalves,
810: Qnartors, 85; Tenths, i
LI-.T OF PRIZES.
lrnizE op 8300,000 is 3300,000
lPIUZHOP 100,00013 100,000
1 PRIZE OF 60,0001s 60,000
1PRIZKOF BSCOOIs 25,000
2 PRIZES OF 10,000 aro 20,000
5PRIZESOF B,000aro 2-1,000
25PRIZHSOF 1.C00 aro 25,000
100PRIZESOF WOaro 60,000
200PIUZESOF 800 aro 60,000
6(0 PRIZES OF 200 aro 100,000
100 Prizes of 500 aro 60,000
100 Prizes of 300 uro 30,000
100 Prizes of 200aio 20,000
009 Prizes of 8100 aro 09,000
OWl'iizeaot lOOaro 09,900
3,131 Prizes, amounting to 81,05 l,S0O
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
CSTFon Cldb Rates or any farther Infor
mation deslrod wrlto legibly to tho under
Mgnod, oloarly stating your resldenco, with
Stato, County, Street and Number. Moro
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by
your Inclosing an ouvolopo boarlng ycur full
AH ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Express
Companlos or New York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orloaiu, La.
Address RoglUorod Lottors containing cur
jew Orleans National Bank
Now Orloans, La,
"REMEMBER that tho payment of Prizes
Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL
BANKS of New Orloans, and tho tickets aro
signed by tho president of nn Institution
whoso chartered rights aro rooogntzed In tho
highest courts; theroforo, bowaro of all Imita
tions or anonymous genomes. "
ONE DOLLAR Is tho prloo of tho smallest
part or fraction of a tloket ISSUED BY US In
nny drawing. Anything In our name offered
for loss than a Dollar Is a swindle
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deeds for Every State
NOTARY AND U. 8. COMMISSIONER.
Offloo Hours, 0 to S,
1821 V Street N. W. Telephone Mo. ma,
price good lumber has ever
ate in Lumber
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers lstnvltod to
"NEW AUTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In doslgnsof
"UianEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOB RENT.
Second-hand Flanos at All Trices.
Wm. IKnabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DriOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot
CHASE, QABLKR, WnEELOCK, BRIGGS,
BEHNING and other Pianos.
The Wonderful Self-Playing Eollan Organ.
STORY & CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN
Sold on Installments, exchanged, ronted,
tuned, movod and stored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet mnslo and musical merchandise at
tbo old stand. tttSPa. ave.
HOTELS JLNli llKaTA.VltA.NTS.
"NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors la tho city. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron FIro Esoapos.
TERMS-S3.00 and 84.00 Per Day.
Corner lGth and I streets northwest,'
OppoBlto McPherson Sqnaro.
H. M. CAKE.
W WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. O. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. Houso,
T. JAMKS HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND TENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
GILT UOQB or
And ron will always havo beautiful Broad,
noils and Biscuits, Wholesale Depot, cor
ner Tint street and Indiana avenue.
, WM. M. QAL.T ft 0O
I ceres Wm
' ' m 4 tf,'j ,
York Avenue N. W.
reached, as all old builders will know at ones.
p. ... ... I.I...I............ ........1,......., gm.
43y lm-s zviKtemia , v
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
We call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wine has taken tho premium at all California cxhlbit3 for years.
Eecure a quantity of it now.
Also a small slock of BBANDY of 1881.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAULTS, tORNF.lt 27th AND K STKEETS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
MAKE UK 03 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty peop'e. Just the stove for summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLB BY THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.
Street N. W.
IN 10 OR 13 KIHOTE'.
Tho Great Pennsylvania Itonto
To the North, West and Southwest.
Doublo Track. Splondld Scenery.
Steel Balls. MagnlOoont Equlpmont.
In effect Mxncu 2, 1890.
Trains lcavo Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth and lists., as follows:
Fob rirrsnono nnd tho West, Chicago Mm
Itpil F.inro.sR of Pullman VnAtlhnlml nara
at 10 so a in dally; Fast Line, 10.50 am dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, with Stooping
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus;
pm dally. Parlor Car Washington to flar
rlsburg, nnd Slooplng Cars Ilarrlsburg to
8t. Louis, Chlcaco and Cincinnati, and
Dining Car Ilurrlshurp; to St. Louis, wost
orn Express, nt 7.40 p m dallr.wltb Stooping
Cars Washington to Chlcniio and St. Louis,
connecting dally nt Ilarrlsburg with
uiruugu oicopers ior iiouisviuo anu Aiom-
ihls. Pnclilo Kxpresi, 10.00 p m dally, for
.-uuourR and 1110 west, wun inroi
blccpcr to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kane, Cannndnigua, Rochester and Ni
agara Falls dally, excopt Sunday, B.10 a m.
Fon KniB. Canntdalgna and Rochester dally;
for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except Huu
day, 10 00 p m, with Slcoplng Car Washing
ton to Boobestcr.
Fon Wn.i.uMsroiiT, Lock Ilnvon and Elmlra,
at 10.00 a m dally, oxropt Sunday.
Fon WiLMAMBroivr, dally, 8.30 p m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW tORK AND
7.S0. 0.00. 11.00 and 11.40 am, 2.10, 3.15, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40
a m, 8 10, 1 15, 4.10. 10.00 and 1I.S0 p m. Lim
ited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40
a m daily, except bunday, and 4.00 p m
dally, with Dining Car.
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLT.
Fast Exrnrss 8.10 a m wook days, and 8.10
p m dally. Accom. 0.00 p m dally.
For Boston, without change, 8.15 p in ovory
Fon BnooKLTK, N. Y all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annox, affording direct transfer to Fulton
fetreet. avoiding doublo ferriages across
Now York city.
Fon Atlantic City, 11.49 a m wook days,
Foil Baltimobb, 0.35,7.20. 8.10, 9.00, 0.40, 10.50,
11.00, and 11.40 a m. 13 05, 2.10, 3.15, 8.30,4.00,
4.10, 4.80, 4 40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00, and 11.20
p m. On Sunday, 9.00, 0 05, 10.50, 11.40 a m,
S.10, 3.15, 8.30, 4.6o, 4.10, 6.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
and 11.20 p m.
For Porn's Creek Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p ra
dally, oxcopt Sunday.
For ANNAfous, 7.20. 9 00 a m. 12 05 and 4.20 p
m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 9.05
a m, 4.1o p m.
In ErrrcT SLincn 2, 1890.
Fon Alexandria 1.30, 0.35, 745, 8 40, 9.45,
10.57 a m, 13.04 noon, 2 05, 4.23,4.55,0.01,
BJ 2, 10.05 nnd 11.37 p m. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 9.45, 10.57 a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.05
AccoMMonATioN ron Quahtico 7.45 a m and
4.55 p m week-days. 7 45 a m Sundays.
Fen IticunoND nnd tho South 4.30, 10.57 a ra
nnd 4.15 p m dully. Accommodation 4.55 p
Trains loavo Alexandria for Washington
0.05, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10, 10 15, 11.07 a m, 1.20, 3 CO,
8.15,5.10,7.05.9.20, 10 32 and 11.05 p m. On
Sunday at 9.J0 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 8.15, 5,10,
7.C5, 9.0 and 10 32 p m.
Tlckots and Information at thopfllco,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenuo, and at tho station,
whore orders can bo left for tho checking of
baggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. R. WOOD,
. General Passenger Agent.
CnARLES E. PUOII. General Managor.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effect Deo 29, 18S9.
Loavo Washington from Station corner
New Jorsoy avenuo and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vostlbnled
Limited express dally llflO a m, express 0:30
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Indianapo
lis, cxpross dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
For PiTTsnuRo and Cleveland, Vestlhnlod
Limited oxpress dally 11:0 a m and oxpross
8.40 p m.
For Lexington and Local Stations, tlOO
I'on Winchester and "Way Stations, tS.SO
Fon Ltjrat, 8:40 p m.
For Baltimore, week days, 4.00, 6 00, 0.40,
7.20, 8.30,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 13.00, 45 mlnutos),
a in, 12.10, 2 00. 2.80 (45 minutes), 3.15(45-mln-ntes).
3.25, 4.25,4 30,4.35, 22.214.171.124,7.10,7.43,
9 00, 10 30 and 11.80 p m. Sundays. 4 00, 7.20,
8.30, 9 20, 9.45 a m. 12.00 (45 minutes). 1.15,
2.00, 2.30 (45-mlnutes), 126.96.36.199,4.35, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 9 00, 10.80 and 11.50 p m.
For Wat Stations between Washington
nnd Baltimore, 5.00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.23,
4.85, 0.20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15.
3 25, 4 35,0.20,11 30 pm.
Trains lenvo Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 6.10, 0.20, 0.E0, 7.20, 7.45, 8 00, 8X0,
9.15 and 10 15 am: 12.00,12.15, 1.50,2.10,8.00,
4.10,4.15, 5,00. 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.80,8.35,
10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.W, 7.45, 8.30,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00, 12 50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
5.00,0 20,7.10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.33,10.20, 10.25 and
11 OOp m.
Fon ANNAroLis, 0.40 a m, 12.10, 4 25 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.85 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.60 p ra. Sundays,
Ton hTATioNs on tho Metropolitan Branoh,
tC.45, 10.80 a m, 1.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tl0.30 a m, 14.30 and t5.30 p m.
For Bockville and way stations, tl.83 p m,
For GAiTHFiuBuua and lntermedlato points,
9 00 a m, tl 00, 5.35, tll.35 n ra.
For Boyd's and Intermodlato stations, t7.00
p m. tlO.ounm.
Ciiuncn train leaves Washington on Sun
day nt l.io p m, stopping at all stattons on
Fon Fkeuerick, t0.45, tll.20 a m, t3.10, tl.SO
pm, Sundays, 1.10 pm.
Fon IUaziisToWN. -tll.20 a. m. and 15.30
Trains arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
daily 3.45 a m nnd 1.60 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m. 0 50 n m dallv.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New York. Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N. J., 4.00, tS.OO, 9.20, 12.00 a ra,
-'.80, 4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
For rniLAnrLrniA, Newark, Wilmington
nnd Chester. 4 00, 48,00, 0 20, 12.00 a m.
J. 30, 4.20, 7.!0 and 10 30 pm.
Fon ittTEUMEDUTK ToiNTi botweon Balti
more and Philadelphia, t5.00 and 57.20 a m,
Trains lfave Now York for Washington,
8.30,tll.00a m, .OO, 3.20, 5.00 p m and
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, M1.10ara,tl.35, 4.40, 0.05. 7.40
For Atlantic City, 4 00 a ra and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12 00 noon,
t Except Sunday. Dally. iSundayonly.
Baggago called for and checked from bo
tols and residences by Union TransforCo. on
orders left at tlckot oBIces, 019 and 1351 Pa.
avo. nnd at Dopot.
J. T. ODELL. CIIAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. jGonPass. Ag't.
Schedule In effect
March 2. 1890.
Trains leiivo Union Depot, falxtb and B
streets. 10:57 n m tor Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Pullman
Buffet Parlor Cars to Old Point Comfort
dully except Sundays. Arrrlvoin Old Point
at 0:10 p m, and Norfolk at 0:10 p ra.
11:21 a m Cincinnati Express, dnlly, for
stations In Virginia, WObtVlrglnla, Koiituoky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through
without chango to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:35
11:25 p m-V. F. V. Vostlbulo Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining oars run through
without chango to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Hloeper for Lexington and Loulsvlllo. Pull
man cars aro open to rotelvo passengers at
9X0 p. m.
Oulco, BIS Pennsylvania avenuo.
II. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
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