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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 25, 1890.
Kxcltomont on Bnvonlh Htreot,
Tho creditors' salo of JJOO.OOO worth of flno
tallor-mado clothing Is now Rolnu on ami
vtlllcoutlnuo for n short time only. This
Mock Is from tho largest clothing, firm of
Iloston, who lately failed, and whoso ac
counts must bo nettled. Tho cntlro stook
must bo concrlcJ Into cash. Tho anonts
havo been Instructed to soil the stock at tho
following price-' Hen's cvery-day pants, 60
onts; former ptIco 81. Men's evening pants,
Sit ferinor rotull prlco $i50. Mon s dress
rants, 2 SY, lormor prlco V. Men's
Milts, SSiiO, former prl' o 85 60.
Men's buslnoss stilts, 81; former price 89.
Wen's extra good buslne's suits, $0 60j former
Jitlcojlt Men's dress suits at St) 60, RIO and
;12, which nro worth moro than douhlo.
Hoy's buIIs at 81 50. $20, 34, tf ami 810,
worth moro tlmn double, children's suits
nt 5 cont. 81 S3, 81.73, 82 50 and
$!i 50, worth doublo Kneo pants from 73
cuits upward. Itemomber. this forcodsalo
win continue rrr a Hiorlttmonniy, ami nil
ecus aro nuarunircu ns nm riftmiusiyio.
Land wnikmut Khln. ltirlmlecl In this stock
Is A Inrnolotnf tnerdmnt tnllnr.mnila suits
In Bucks, cutaway and 1 rlnoa Alberts, satln
llned, which were mule to measure nt 81
Ilu and $15; wo will sell thorn nt
ore half price. AI.o. largo lino of tailor
rcr.do pants, made for $ 810 and 812; will
bo sold nt 40 per cent of real vnluo. Ilea'
In rrlnd, all roods rr.uM bo ns reprosontoi
or wo refund your money within threodays,
Hcmemlicr the number Is 021 Hovonth street,
between 1 street and Now York nvonuo.
Look for largo signs.
Trunks, In Ornntnst Varloty,
Washington made, and a standard roputa
tlon of thirty four veart, by tho olltoot tho
city, for superiority In
Mrongtb, Flno ilnl'h nod Durability,
at tho warcriotns of
James S, TornAV, 1211 Pennsylvania avonuo.
Factory, iwu u street .
Vf, II. llougllton t'o.'H Extra IUr
gnlUB ami luiluceuionts.
This prominent and woll-known firm, at
1218 and 1220 P street northwost, will open
to day their second special salo for only ono
week. Their object will bo to giro you tho
best possible bargains In flno furnlturo. This
great bargain salo Is strictly for cash. Thoy
ii ro displaying an Immonso stock In all tho
nowoel styles and grados In mattings, rang
ing In prlco from 20 to 41o. Their Hood and
Italian furnlturo must bo socn and oxamlnod
to bo duly appreciated, A largo asiortraont
if baby carriages, sold on tho Installment
Plan, small cssh payment, balanco weokly,
t-co their 810 carriages thoy nro porfect
Tho Notional Snfo Deposit Company,
Cor. 10th St. and N, Y, Avenue,
Storago for Silverware, Jowolry, Laces,
Flno Goods and valuables of nil kinds.
Charges moderate. Safes for ront from S3 to
New Haven, Dooombor 15, 1883.
Tho Anheuser-Busch Browlnz Association,
St. Louis, Mo.:
Gcntlomon Tho sample of Faust lleer
lately recolvcd from you tor analysis has In
100 .parts by wolght tho following composi
tion: Total solid extract C.S50
Carbonic aold gas 155
: yntcmatlo search has failed to show tho
presence of any adulterant, and tho compo
n'llon Is very similar to that of tho lioit Deer
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto ,
S. W. Johnson,
Trofcssor of Chemistry. Yale College.
fir '.street and Virginia avonuo southwost,
Tho Champion Cornetlst of the World,
Miss Bessie Gilbert can bo hoard on tho
phonograph at Humphrey's Wlno Parlors, 415
Thirteenth stroot northwest. It Is tho most
wonderful reproduction of tho cornet over
heard. The Washburn Sisters' duets, sung
by them on tho phouograph, sound as nat
ural as tho human volco Itself. It Is tho most
wonderful reproduction ever heard on a
phonograph, und can only be heard at tho
Frank Dopro's new song, "I'm a Conductor
on tho Seventh htreetCablo Car."
Itudftcn'H Spring Styles In Furnlturo,
Carpels, ilaby Carriages etc.
This long ostabllshod Installment house,
located at 9J0 and 032 Seventh street north
west, Is receiving Its full supply of all kinds
of merchandlso that go to mako up a com
plcto out fit for a comfortablo resldonco. Ills
row stock of Refrigerators, Baby Carriages
and Hatting Is complcto. You can find just
what you need in this responsible store at
cash prices on tho Installment plan, and
mako your own terms, Goods delivered on
i rst payment. Give him a call.
For spring lamb and Washington dressed
beef go to J. R. Kelly, Nlntb street wing.
Centre Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
Unliappy Couples Want tlio Marital
llonds Iltokon In Twain,
Applications for divorce arc becom
ing quite numerous in tho District of
Columbia and as a rulo the applications
time from tbo feirmlo side of the fam
ily. Ida E. Owens and Estclle L. Per
kins afked for a dissolution of their mar
riage vows yesterday. The latter allego?
ciuclty, Infidelity and lack of support,
while tho former attributed the whole
cause of her trouble to drink. Both
trek to assume their maiden names,
llarilct Dowcll has lcconsidcred her
implication for a divorce, filed early in
February, and will make an cffoit to
have pleasant home relations in the fu
Jure. Her husband became penitent,
and Mio agreed to pay the costs so far
All by Electric Light.
Again Ibis evening will the gems of
ml in the Corcoian Gullcry of Art be
exhibited beneath a glaro of electric
light to ihu citi.ens of Washington and
those visitors who maycaro to visit this
famous Institution. There will be no
chaigc for admission, and It Is safe to
Eay the capacious building will bo
i-rowdtd with thoso who have not in
the daytime an oppoitunity to witness
the valuable paintings exposed in tho
Cable Cars Huiinlnc.
The giant machinery of tho Seventh
fclrcct cable car lino having "been com
pleted by tho addition of tho all-lm-portant
"clutch," tho cars aro running
rceularly to day after a short stoppage.
Tho "clinch" Is Intended to prevent
accident by throwing the machlneiy
out of gear in the event of any addi
tional prcssuic being placed upon the
A Kepubllcan Meeting,
A well-attended meeting of tho union
t f ltcpubllcan State associations was
held at Monumental Hall, Pennsylvania
uvenue, near Second street, last even
ing At tho next meeting, on the
tvtninc of May 0, tho question, "How
Hall Honest Elections and n Fair
t ount be Had in tho Southern States'"
will bo generally discussed by tho mem
Lcis and certain Congressmen.
Hoslon byiupliony Orchestra.
'1 he announcement of tho last con
ceit of the Boston By mphony Orches
tra will uttract genernl attention. It
will occur ou Wednesday evening noxt
ut Lincoln Music Hull. Madamo Stein
bach Jahns crimes with a Una reputa
tion from Lcipslc, and is also high in
the good opinion of Mr. Kiktsch, her
former conductor there.
"If 'tweue down, when 'tis down, It wero
veil 'twere down quickly I" Is what a person
thinks when he Is contemplating taking a
close of old-fashioned pills. Dr. I'lerco's
3'Ieasant Purgative Pellets are tiny, sugar
coated granules, scarcely larger than
jmistard-seeds. As a remedy for all tie
jangcnients of the stomach, liver and
lowcls thoy ua usequalod.
Trnnsnctlon on tbo Wnnhlngton Stock
Kxilinnge Notes nm! (losslp,
Tho nggrogato of business on tho
local stock board yesterday was abovo
tho usual average.
For n $50 D. O. 3.05 bond 122J was
For $2,000 U. B. Electric Light con
vtrtlblo (I per cent, bonds 115 was
was paid. Thcso bonds carry tho prlv
ileco of convertibility Into tho 8 per
cent, quarterly stock. After thcso bonds
bad been sold an advanco to 1101 was
rated. Tho lowest offering was at 117.
There wero no sales of Electric Light
stock. Tho bid was advanced to 110,
1 percent, nbovo tho bid of tho previous
day. Tho lowest offering was at 115.
The sales of Columbia Dank stock
were l!0 slinrcs nt 183, 10 nt 183 nnd 10
more nt 183 After these sales the best
bid was 182 and the lowest offer to sell
The offerings of Uclt Lino Railroad
stock weie larpcr than usual. Two
round lots of 100 shares each brought
70ptr Muirc. On Tuesday 25 shared
sold for 72.
Arlington Insurance stook, which on
Monday went for 100, on a salo of 5
shares, advanced to 105, and. for 5
moro. 200 was paid. Tho closing bid
was 105, with an offering nt 205. At
200 this stock pays I per cent, clear
Thcro was a free selling of Pcoplo's
Insurance stock. Seven lots in all
changed hands tho smallest 80 shares,
tho largest 200; in nil 070 shares, not
withstanding the prlco held firm, nt G$
bid, 55 asked.
American Qraphophono stock sold at
13 for 100 shares, with an offering
There was good bidding for Chesa
pcako nnd Polomoc Tclephono stock
nt 74, with an offering nt 75, but no
stock changed hands.
Slop tho Noise.
Editor Critic: Wc would respectfully
ask Tuk CitiTic why It is that tho dally
travelers on tho cats should bo tor
mented with a new noise? Is thorc not
enough already doors slamming,
Blreet-boys yelling, besides tho un
avoidable roar of traffic going on
without tho useless adjunct of that
hideout janglo now mado by that adver
tising bell on tho car lino? It Is "cruelty
to animals," to say nothing of tho
poor conductors who have enough to
do anyway in keeping a lookout for
passengers their egress and ingress.
Furthermore, no one overlooks at the
ad. Tho Americans aro said to bo tho
most nervous people on earth, and cer
tainly wo have enough to mako us so.
Our children's education in tho frco
schools is commenced on tho battling
system, our food, etc., llkewlso by ycl
iiig hucksters. For mercy's sake say
something "agin it" Victim.
Tho Itopnbtlean Campaigners.
To-day a call was issued for a meeting
of tho executive commlttco of tho Na
tional Republican Committee. It will
be held in this city on Wednesday, May
7. The membeis of this committee arc
M. S. Quay of Pennsylvania, J. S. Clark
son of Iowa, W. AV. Dudley of Indiann,
J. Manchester Hoynes of Maine, Samuel
resstntien 01 uonnccucut, uarret a.
Hobart of New Jersey, J. Sloat Fassott
of New York, A. L. Conger of Ohio,
George R. Davis of Illinois, and 31. n.
De Young of California. There is ono
vacancy, caused by the death of Colonel
Qoodloo of Kentucky.
A Peculiar Acclilont.
An employe of W. B. 3Ioses, the
furnituro dealer, by the namo of James
B. Law, sustained a veiy peculiar frac
ture of the rlcht shoulder yesterday af
ternoon. Whilo attempting to lift a
piece of furnlturo he very suddenly
sank to the floor and for a time suf
fered tho most intense pain. Dr. 3IId
dleton of tho Emergency Hospital was
sent for and treated him. The frac
ture he says was caused by a sudden
wrench of the shoulder whilo lifting
furniture, and it is one of those cases
that is seldom met with In the practice
An Old Soldier's Death.
Last evening it was reported that the
body of John Cass, an old soldier and
an inmate of the Soldiers Homo, was
found in the lake at tho head of Whit
ney nvenue. Tho opinion seems to
very generally prevail both among tho
officers and companions of Cass at tho
Homo that he committed suicide. It is
known, however, that ho has been
somewhat dissipated of late and ho may
have accidentally fallen in tho water
while under tho influence of liquor.
Coroner Patterson was nolitled, but did
not think it necessary to hold an Inquest.
High School Lecture.
A lecture on "Pestalozl, tho Apostlo
of Educational Reform," was delivered
at the High School yesterday by Super
intendent James 3IcAllstcr. Tho largo
hall was crowded with pupils and their
Tun peculiui combination, proportion
and prtnaratlou of Hood's Sarsapnrilla
makes this medicine different from others
and superior to them all. Prepared by C.
I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass
From tht JJrooUin Eagle.
Senator Dolph, who failed to discover
the fctmices from which tho press ob
tained infoimation of tho proceedings
in executive session, is said to have tho
names of half a dozen Senators on his
list of "suspects." Speculation is rife
as to who they aro, but ho keeps his
secret uctter man tuc senate Keeps tuo
story of its transactions behind closed
doors. Among other rumors Is ono to
the tffect that Gcorgo Frlsblo Hoar is
very gairulous after his second cup of
In its First Stages.
iletnro you get the genuine.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deeds for Kvery Stat
NOTABY AND U. 8. COMMISSIONER.
tfflC6 Hoars, 9 to 6.
1821 V Street N. W. Telephone No. M-t.
JUnOK MILLKK'S ADVIGK.
Only Had Ilnys Congregnto on tho
"Boys of your ago ultimately mako
tho corner loafers nnd fill up tho reform
schools and jails," was what Judgo
Bllllcr said to Harry Dodson, a 14-ycar-old
colored boy, who was before him
this morning, charged with disturbing
tho iicaco and quiet of Georgetown.
"I bo conclcncious, I bo, your
Honor, and want to do what's right,"
pleaded tho prlsonor.
"That may bo truo, my boy," replied
tho Judge, "but you must keep out of
bad company ami stop congregating on
street corners wllh boys who nroknown
to bo thoroughly bad."
Harry was permitted to go homo,
wllh tho understanding that in tho fu
tine he must bo n better lioy and desist
from disturbing tho Georgetown people.
ORGANIZED FUIl CIlAltlTV.
An Interesting Meeting or St, Mark's
Tho annual meeting of St. 3Iark's
Friendly League, a charltablo organiza
tion of Episcopal children, was held last
evening nt St. Paul's Church. Tho
surpliccd choirs of St. Paul's and St.
John's churches of this city, St. John's
Church of Georgetown, St. John's
Chapel and St. Mark's Church woro
consolidated for tho occasion, nnd fur
nished excellent music. In tho chancel
wero Revs. Alfred Harding, rector; A.
Florldus Steele, Jacob A. Rcgestcr nnd
J. M. E. 3IcKco, all of whom partici
pated in the services at different
Tho annual report mado n splendid
showing. It stated that $3,008.28 had
been expended. An Interesting address
was mado by Dr. Rcgestcr.
Gone Down llolow.
William Shorter went down for ninety
days this morning for using obscene
languago nnd exposing his person on
Eighth street southeast. Policeman
Agusto mado tho arrest and W. A. D.
Call and W. J. Pumphrey substantiated
7 I 5 Market Space.
Our millinery salesladies havo boon as busy
as bees In a clover field slnco the opening.
Tho prices of Trimmed Hats and Bonnots
havo delighted all visitors.
Every lady in want of a hat should visit
our Millinery Department.
Tho most comfortablo wrap ever designed
and becomlug to almost every figure. Wo aro
closing out our line of All-Wool Connemaras
at S5, worlh fully 810.
Wo havo a very flno lino of, and aro selling a
very flno lino of Ladles' Balbrlggans for 15c;
S pair for B5o.
Our Leader for this week a flno Beaded
Wrap for only S1.99, and ono stylo for $1.50,
Ladies' SO luob Gloria Umbrellas, Paragon
Frame, warranted, only J1.S5.
Six styles of All-Silk 421nou Dru;eryNets,
S1.S0, worth S3.
Chantllly Flouncing we havo a full lino of
and will soil same with 10 per cent discount
off on all.
We nro .selling a flno Wreath at 43o., worth
TEo.,and 10 stylos of French Wreaths at only
75c, worth $1.50.
Children's Shirred Hals and Lace Caps.
Wo aro telling a very flno Shirred Hat, in
all colors, nt $1.75 and are tbo only store In
this city that have this style In all colors.
Lace Caps from 5o. upward.
CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HITS.
A largo lino of thcso at 23o.
Wo also havo a great many other articles,
all at equally low prices.
Tonic Wine of Coca
IS JUST WIIAT YOU NEED
If your nerves aro all unstrunc If you'oal
Irrftahlo, cross and fretful If you And It lit
flcultto ooncentrato your mind If youirj
discouraged and think life Is not wort till ?
Inc. It Is much bettor to uso
TniS SPLENDID TONIO
than to go off and seek to drown these mis
orahle feelings In "the Bowing howl,"
thereby obtaining only TEMPORARY RE
LIEF, when by using
Of! Perraud's Tonic Wine of Coca
yon TUNE UP YOUR SYSTEM AND OIVE
NATUI1KA CITANCE TO EFFECT A PERMA
TIIE MEDICAL PROFESSION
Indorse It as a pleasant and effective nerve
tonlo and stimulant and proscribe It for all
Nervous Troubles, Thin Blood, Malaria, Loss
of Appotlto, Weak Stomach, Loss of Visor
aud all troubles of this sort "that flosala
:es:d"w dp. DvcnsijaTZ,
1011 V STTlEKr NORTHWEST.
Washington, D, O.
Sole Agents Wakefield Baby Carriages,
From $5 to $35 Each.
Remember These Pricesand Compare Them.
W. H. Houghton & Co,
1218 and 1 220 F Street N. W.
We hereby announce to tho publlo that wo
the membcrsof thoSyndlcato must positively
clofo out $20,000 of our enormous stock of
clothing for tho benoflt of Mr. A. Sustlo, who
is obliged to withdraw from tho Arm on no
count of his health. Wo have decided to closo
out this amount of goods in the noxt
This salo will positively not commence
TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL,
AT 9 O'CLOCK.
This Is neither a Are, nsslgnee's, creditors'
nor bankrupt salo of choap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly legitimate bona ado sale, car
ried on by responsible persons, who do not
wmitoroD peopio uygiing cnoap, snoauy
poods and charging exorbitant prices, lhoso
pi Ices speak for themselves:
Taney Worsted Pants, 07o.; positively worth
Men's Evening Pants, nil wool, $1.02, worth
Men's Dress rants, $2.20; worth $5.
Men 's Suit", $4.25; worth $9.
Men's All-Wool Forgo Suits (blue and
Drown;, S3.t; worm su'.
Men's Eress Suits, 18.25; worth $17.
Men's Real Flno Pilnco Albert Suit;, $11.02;
GOOD8 .NOT SATISFACTORY, MONEY
REFUNDED, at tho Largo Three-Story (Rlloy
Corner of Ninth and E Streets N. Hlf,
PAB8T BREWING GO.,
Tormerly tho Phil. Best Browing Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIO.
Especially Good for Family Uso.
Beneficial for Weak and Debilitated Persons.
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCII.
701 and 705 North Capitol Street.
Tclephono 273. op3
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at AU Prices.
Wm. 'Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
ailiT KDQVS or
And you will always nave beautiful Bread.
Rolls and Btsoulta. Wholesale Depot, oor
oer First stroot and Indiana avenne.
WM. M. QAI.T A OCT.
I CERES El?
SOLD ON TIME.
Smnll Cnsli Fnyniciit,
Groat Inducement to porsons of small
moans. Nowost variety. Sooour$10
$2 DOWN CASH,
SEE OUH CARRIAGE FOR $10.00.
SEE OUR CARRIAGE FOR S10.50.
f-EE OUR CARRIAGE FOR $11.00.
SSI OUR CARRIAGE FOR Sll.W.
SEE OUR CARRIAGE FOR S13.W.
Paper Supplies and Stationery.
920 F STREET N. W,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
OUR PRESSES aro of tho latest and mot
Improved stylo. Our assortment of typos Is
largo and we are continually adding to our
&0., &0., &0,
In fact, orcrythlng that a bustnoss man noods.
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS
ST 111 find nil tho modern laces of typo In our
largo varloty, suitable for their stylo of work.
Tickets. Programmes, Journals, Coupon
Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers
Wo would specially call attention to our
facilities for printing Law Casos, Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages.
OUR roSTEHroom Is renleto wltha varlotv
of ' largo" typo, sultablo for this class of
In all Its branches. OURDINDERY is fitted
with tho latest styles of book-folding and
wlre-ftltthlng maehlnos and Is thoroforo
capatuo or compotiuon witu any or uio largo
tew York houses.
BEST OF WORK AT THE LOWEST POS3I
M'GILL & WALLACE,
1107 i: Street Northwest.
Tho Oldest Established Printing IIouso In
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
- IN TIIE CITY.
A Special Lino of tbo Latest Novoltlos In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Banco Pro
grammes, etc., with Envelopes to Matob,
UKGAb AVOKIt A SIECIAIVrY
And Every Kind of Book Printing
Executed and at Lowest Rates.
TELEPHONE CALL. 002-2.
UOTKZiH ANn JtJSHTA.VKA.irxa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
403 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors In tho olty. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO. Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Array and Navy Headquarters.
Fonr Iron Flro Esoapea.
TERMS 83.00 and J4.00 Fer Day.
Corner 15th ana I streets northwest,'
Opposite McPhorson Square.
II. M. CAKE.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O, a. STAPLES, into of Thousand Isl. House,
OT. JAMKS HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PBNNA. AVE
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor
DOS to 011 G street northwest.
Portland Cement, Hosondalo Coraent,
King's Windsor Cement-full cargoes arriv
ing frosh every week. Rolled Iron Beams
aud genoral building Iron work. Enameled
Bricks. Kiro Bricks, Flro Cloy. Pulp Mortar
111 ack. Paints, Oils, Window Glass and Pol
Itdicd Plato Glass. Estimates for Window
Glass, Plate Glass, Iron Work and other
Building Supplies made at all times promptly.
JAMIW 11. McOILU
apl7-lm 008 to DM Q at. n w.
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and Xew
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This is llio Lowest Trice Good Lumber has ever reached, a all old
builders will knbw at once.
LlBBEY, BlTTIWGER & MlLTJSR
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND HILL WORK.
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wlno has taUen tho premium at all California exhibits for years.
Secure a quantity of It now.
Also a small stock of BBANDY of 1881.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAULTS, COItlinB .7ita AND K STREETS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
MAKE TE1 OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove 'or summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
ftTROW AND BE HArEDl YOU CAN'T fcA
HIIUrrriTl Thao-TRUNK JCAMC TOM KNfXSSfejHpil
KJK9liKftlB&9SaHS- T -,- 13'!'
BUY TOUR TEUIK8 AUD IAMESS
425 Seventh Bt. N. "W., no.xt to Odd-Followa' Hall.
York AvEr K. "V.
Street N. W.
111 10 OR 15 MINUTES.
'rm&x,mrr"i--'r "- -j'
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest,
Doublo Trark. Pplendld Sconery.
btccl Halls. MaRnlflccnt Equipment
In tffect Maiicii S, 1800.
Trains lento Wadilncton, from station, cor
ner ot Mxth and 11 streets, ns follows!
FonriTTsaf nn nnd tho West, Chicago Llmltott
Kltos of lnllman Vcstlbulod Cars at
10.M) a m dally: Fat Lino, lO.so a m dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, with Slooplng
Ctn from Pittsburg to Columbus; dally,
rxcept Saturday, to Chicago, with BloopInK
carAltoonatol'hlcsiro. St. Louts, Chloano
nd Cincinnati Express, 3 30 pm dally.
Parlor Car Wanlilnston to Ilnrrlsburg nnd
tilreplnit Cars HnrmburjrtoBt. Louis, Chi
raroand Clnclnnntl,ntid Dining Car liar
tlntmretri tt. Louis, Western Express, at
T 40 p m dally, with Mcoplmt Cars washing,
tone to Chicago and St. Louis, conncotlnir
dally at llarrlsburt with throuoh Hloepcrs
for LouUrllle nnd Memphis, Paclflo Ex
press, 10 popmdtlly.fnr Pittsburg and tho
Mrst. with thronih Sleeper to Pittsburg,
and l'lttiburg toi'Llcogo.
ItALTlMOItE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD
ForKixi, Canandalgua, Rochester nnd Nt
girm Pills dally, oxrept i-uuday, 8.10 a m.
ronKniK.CanandaUuiand Itoehcstor dally; ,
for iloOaln and Niagara dally, o.tcopt Sat
urday, loro p in, nllh sleeping car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon V uumcronT, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
at 10. to a m dally, except Sunday.
?oa WiLLUxsronT dally, 8J0p m,
nuriiiUDimiH, Jew York nnd tho East,
7 to Vjm. 11.00 and U40a m, 2.10, 3.15, 4.10,
10 00 and ll.so p m. On Snncay.U.00, 11.40
am,.10,a.l5,4 1o, mooand ll.Mpm. Lim
ited rxpre m of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0 40 a
inanity, nrrpttJundity.ind 4.00pmdally,
with Dining Car
For lniijtnxu iiia only. Fast Kinross 8.10 a
to. weekdays, and t 10 p in dally. Accotn.
r0H borrow without change, 3 15 pm every
Fok flnooKtrx, ft. T., all through trains con
nect at Imrr City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct trantfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across
New York til.
Fob Atlixtio Cirr, 1140 a m week-days.
Fon iukimobk. aaa, 7 to, B.to, 0 00. Orto, 10.30,
II 00 and 1 1 40 a m, IB 05, 8 10. 3.15, 3.80, 4 00,
4 10, 4.IO, 4 40. 8 (X), 7 40, h 10, 10 00 and 11.20
pm. on Band y 0 oo. J.05. io.no, 11.40 am,
410. 3.15, 3J, 4.00,4.10,000,7 40,8.10, 10.00
and II so p m.
For Poi x's Creek I.txr, 7JC0 a m and 4.40 p in
dally, exerpt hunday.
Fon ARMArot.is, 7.90, pro am, 12.05 and 4.S0 p
to dally, except bund ay. Sundays, 9.03 a
m, 4 10 pm.
WASIIINOTON 80UTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect A rim. 80, 1330.
For AuxAKnRM. 4 30, 0.35, 7 43. 8.40, 0.43,
10.17 m. 1S.04 noon, 03, i 85, 4 55, 0 01, 8 0.',
10.ru and 11.37 pm. On Sunday at 4 a. 7.43,
8 43,10 87, a m, 8 SO, 6 01, H 02, and 10.05 p m.
AroiHMODATioR ro qtMNTioo,7.43 a m and
4.33 pm neck-days. 7 43 am Sundays.
For lliriiMuxp and tho South, 4 SO and 10.37 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.3S ptn week
days. Tiuiks leavo Alexandria for Washington,
e cs 7 cj s co. 0.10, ici s Il.07,n m; l.so, 3 00,
3 30, 3.10, 7.(3. 0.tO. 10 87 and 11 03 pm. On
Monday at 8.10, and 11.07 a m; 2 00, 30, 5.10,
706,8.40, and 10,37 pm.
Tirkftt and Information at tho ofllco,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at the station,
where oiders ran bo left for tho chocking of
bsgrago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J R WOOD,
General Pasicnger Agent.
CI1AB. E. rran.Ocnetal Manager.
llaltimore & Ohio Knilrnnd.
Febcdule In effect Deo 9, 13S9.
Leare Washington from Htatlon corner
New Jerroy avenue ana O street.
Fon Ciituoo and Northwest, Vosllbntod
Limited express dally lls am, express 9.30
Fob Cincinhati, Bt. Louli and Indlanap-v
IIs, cxprets dally, S:I0 and lHTOpm.
Fon rirrsEcno nnd Cloreland, Vostlbnled
Limited express dally 110 a m and oxpross
8:40 p in.
Fob Lxxixuton and Local Matlons, U0-M
Fon WmcirrsTxn and V ay Stations, t5.30
Fon LrnAT, 8:40 p m.
Fon lULTiMoiii, week days, 4.00, 500, 6.40,
7.20, 8.80, DM, 0.4. (11.00, 1S.IW, 45 minutes),
a m, 12.10, 2 1)0, 2 SO (45 minutes). 3.15(IVmln
utes). 8 23, 4.25. 4 JO, 4 85, 5 30,0 20,7.10,7.45,
0.00, 10.80 and 11,80 p m. Sundays, 4.00, 70.
8.30, 9 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (5 minutes), 1.15,
8.00, 2.30 (45-mlnutos, 8.25. 4.23,4.35, 0.20,7,10,
7.45,900, 10 30 and 11 so pm. .
Ton Wat Stations between Washlneton
and llultlmoro, 5 W, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10,3.23,
4.35, a.20, 11.-S0 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
8 23. 4 35, 0.20. II SO pm.
Thai N s leavo IlHltlmoro for Washlntrtoc,
Week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.30, 7.43, 8.00, 8.30,
9.15and 10 15am: 12.00, IS.IS, 10,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. 6,00, 0.00, 0.SO, 7.10. 70, 8 S, 8.35,
10.20, 10,25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.10.
0.15, 10.15 a mi 12.00. 12.60, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
5.00 0 20.7.10, 7.30. B.S0. 8.35,10.20, 10.25 and
Ton AMNATOLir, 0.40 a m, 13.10, 4.23 p a.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m. 4.35 p m, Leavo An
nupolls 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. bundays,
8.37 nm, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
tO.45, (10.30 a m, 51.10 p m (or principal sta
tions ouly; 110.30 am, 1 1.30 and 5.yo p m.
Fon Hockviuj; and way stations. tl.&5 n m,
Fon QAiTiiEitsnuiio andlntennedlato points.
9 00 a in. tl 00, '&.&, tll.85 ii m.
Fon IIoto'b and Intermediate stations, T7.00
Cucr.cu tiiain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 pm, stonplni; at all stations on
Fon Fnr.DrnicK. tO.45. tll.20 a m, tS.10, t4.30
p m. Sundays, 1.10 p m.
Fon IIageiistown, tll.20 a. in. and t5.S0
Tiiains arrive Irora ClilcaKO dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
NEW YOIiK AND rniLADKLPniA DI
VISION. Fon New Your. Trenton, Nowark and
Elizabeth, N. J.. M.00, t8.00, 9ja0, 12.00 a m,
2.30, 4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet l'arlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10.80 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon Philadelphia. Nowark, Wilmington
and ChcBtcr. '4 00, t8,00, 0 20, 12.00 u m,
2.30, 1.20, 7.10 and 10 SO pm.
For iHTEniiEpiATE toints botween Balti
more and Philadelphia, tD.W and VM a m,
Tiiains leave Now Tork for WashlnKtoo,
8.so,Tll.ooa m, .OO, s.so, 3.00 ii m and
Tiuins leave rhlladelphla for Washlnirton,
4.40, 8.1B, 11.10am,tl.3S, 4.40, fl05. 7.40
Fon Atlantic Cur, 4 00 am nnd '12.00 ru.
Sundays, 4 00 a ra and 12 oo noon.
lExcept Sunday. 'Dally, Sunday only.
Ilacgago called for und cheeked from ho
tels uud residences by Union TransferCo. on
prdors left at tlokot oOlcos, 019 and mi I'n.
avo. and at Depot.
J. T. OIIKLL, CIIAS O. SCUI.L.
Oon. ManaBer. Men. I'ass. Ait't.
-.Dnn-rJ?-0i Schedule In elfoet
RIlllTK1 itn...l. n .rt
Tralus leave Union T)ciot, Sixth uud II
streets. 10:57 a in for Nwiirt News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrrlve In
Old Point at 0:10 p m. and Norfolk ut 0.40 p in.
ll:.'l a m Cincinnati Kxpress, dally, lor
stations In Vlreluln,West Virulula, Koiituoky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleoiers throiisb
without chango to Cincinnati, arrlvtug at 7t35
115 p m-y. r. V- Vestibule Llmltcd.dally.
solid trains with dlnlns cars run throuira
without chanco to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington and Loultvlllo. Pull
man cars aro open to receive pas.engcr at
OulLC, B13 Pennsylvania avenue,
II. W. lllLLi:)', den. Pass. Agent,
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