THE WASHINGTON OMTIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APHITj 29, 1800.
W, 11. Ilongliton I'o.'n 12trn II ir
gnlns ntul Inducement,
Till prominent and well known llrm, nt
1318 and 1820 F street norlhwost, will opon
to-day tholr second special salo for only ono
week. Tholrobjcct will bo toglvo you tho
host possible bargains In flno furnlttirj. This
exeat bargln sale l strictly for caih. Thoy
nro (llKplaylnc an Immenso stock In nil tlia
newest styles and grade In nuttings, rang
ln In prlco from 20 to too. Their llocil and
llattan furniture must bo seen and oxamluod
to ho duly appreciated. A largo asiortmcnt
cf baby carriagos, soli on tho Installment
plan, small rash payment, balanco wookly
free tlielr $10 earrlagos thoy aro porfoot
Tlio National Hafo Dopna.lt Company,
Cor. 15th St. nml N, Y Avoniio.
Storago for Sllvcrwaro, Jowolry. Laoos,
JMuo Goods and valuables of all kinds.
Charges modoratc. Safoi for rout from $l to
8100 per annum.
New Haven, Docombor 15, 1SS3.
Tho Anhuuser-Buscb llrowlug Association,
it. Louis, Mo.:
Oontlomon Tbo sample of Faust Ileor
lately rocolvcd from you lor analysis has In
100 parts by weight tho following composi
tion! Total solid oxtract G.SSO
Carbonloacld gaB 355
fcystcmatlo search has fallod to show tho
prosoncoof any adulterant, and tho compa
ction Is Tory similar to that of tbo Bust Hour
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto ,
S. W. Johnson,
rrofessor of Chomlstry. Yalo College.
Washington 11 ranch:
Fir etrcot and Virginia aronao southwost,
Tho Champion Cornetlst of tlio World.
Miss Ilesslo Gilbert can bo hoard on tho
phonograph nt Uumphroy's Wino Parlors, 115
Thirteenth strcot northwest. It Is tho most
wonderful reproduction of tlio cornet over
heard. Tbo Washburn Slstors' duots, sung
by thorn on tbo phonograph, sound as nat
ural as tho human Voice Itself. It Is tho most
wondorful reproduction over heard on "a
phonograph, and can only bo heard at tho
Prank Depro's now song, "I'm a Conductor
on the Sovonth StroetCablo Car."
Kudden'a Spring Styles In Furniture,
Carpets, Jlubr Carriages, oto.
This long-ostabllshcd Installment house,
located at 030 and 033 Seventh stroot north
west. Is receiving Us full supply of all kinds
of merobandlso tbat go to inako up a com
plete out tit for a comfortablo rosldoneo. Ills
now stock of Kcfrlgerators. Baby Carriages
and Matting Is complete. You can Had Just
what you need In this responsible store, at
cash prices on tbo installment plan, and
make your own terms. Goods dollvorod on
rst paymont. Gh o htm a call.
For spring lamb and Washington drossod
beef go to J. It. Kelly, Ninth stroot wing.
Centre Market, nud N. L. Market, Fifth and
SEVKMY-FlltST ANN1M5KS UY.
Tho Odd Fellows Celebration at the
Nutlonul It Ifl on Armory,
Tho soventy-first anniversary of Odd
Fellowship in tho United States was
celebrated by tho local Odd Fellows in
great stylo at tho Hides' Army last oven
ing. The largo hall was packed to Its
utmost capacity, and many who had in
vitations were unablo to cain admit
tance. Headed by tbo Second Artillery
band, tho Patriarchs Militant escorted
tho orator of tho evening, Mr. James
15. Nicholson, Grand Secretary of the
Pennsylvania jurisdiction, from Wll
lard's Hotel to tho hall. After vocal
nnd instrumental music the orator of
tho evening pavo an interesting history
of tho order from tbo time of Its founda
tion to Iho p.LTent day.
Unlslng the StarN nnd Stripes.
As tho strains of tbat patriotic hymn,
"Ob, Banner, tho Beautiful," Issued
from the throats of a score of pupils
yesterday afternoon, a largo Ameri
can flag was run up the flag
staff on the tower of Howard
University. It is tho first flag that tho
university has ever had, consequently
the occasion was made a gala one.
Quito a crowd of students and their
1 deride witnessed tbejfcercmony. Dr.
HanUln delivered arifiiddref s, full of pa
triotism, as aia Ecveraijoiatuujnuaems,
wlio also sang songs attdfglccs suitable
to the occasion.
ullucli Hill's" Right Kye.
A well-known colored man named
John Jones, hut who is familiarly
called "Buck Bill," cclebralcd his re
lease from tho workhouse yesterday
afternoon by getting gloriously drunk.
Ho got into an altercation with Charles
Hopkins in an E-strect bar room and
tho latter struck him a sharp blow In
tbo right eye. He was attended at tbo
Emergoncy Hospital by Drs. Ellyson
und Middlcton. This morning It was
found necessary to remove the Injured
optic ami "Buck Bill" is now a one
Wathinuton Chrihtlun Workers,
A delegation of over fifty Washing
tonians will attend the convention of
trie Society of Christian Endeavor to be
hold at St Louis from June 12 to 15,
inclusive Tbo Washington delegation
will bo at the Hotel Richelieu. Mr. W.
II. Lewis of the Navy Department has
charge ot tbo matter. There aro thirty
societies in this city, with an aggregate
membership of quito 1,500.
Taken to ItaMlranre.
For several days the polico officers
have been on tho lookout for a young
man, who stole a bicycle in Baltimore
from the Clark Cycle Company. Last
night he was walKing along with tho
utmost unconcern on Pennsylvania
uvenue, near Seventh street, when he
was arrested by Officer Boardman. Ho
wos afterwards turned over to tho cus
tody of Detective Riley, who took him
Chester City OHlcliil Coming,
A party of Blxty business men of
Chester, Pa., comprising Mayor James
It. T. Coates and the City Council, will
reach Washington this evenlug. Their
principal object in coining 13 to inspect
tho working of the Ecklngton Electric
road, with the viow of establishing a
fclmllar ono at Chester.
That Trip to the Hub,
The honorary members of tho Union
Veteran Corps hold another meeting at
Grand Army Hall lost night to perfect
arrangements for tbo coming visit to
Boston. A largo number of honorary
members will uccompany tbo "Vots '
us on escort.
A 1'rHCtlcal I'reseiitatlon.
A life slzo mnnnlkln to lllustrato tbo
veins, muscles, arteries, &c, of a human
body has been presented to tbo Training
School for Nurses by Mr. Henry F.
lllounl, president of that Institution,
A IVuniiliigtun .Mun Wedded.
Mr. William A. II. Turner of this
city was married on Saturday at
Charleston, W. Va., to Miss LIUIo Me
Kancy of Baltimore,
Advlru to aiuttier,
Mrs. Wltslow's Soothing Syrup should
always be used tor children teething. It
coothea the child, softens tho gums, allays
nil psiu, cures wind colic, and It Is the best
remedy for dIarrbiBa. !ttc a bottle.
80S OF Till! JtKVOMfTlON.
A AVnslilngtnn Society Orcanlred nnd
In Full Operation.
One hundred nnd fifty rcsoluto nnd
pntrlot'c-looUIog gent'emen resembled
nl tbo Arlington Hotel yesterday after
noon. Thoy comprlsol tho member
ship of tbo District of Columbia So
ciety of tbo Sons of tho Involution.
Admiral Porter called tho meeting to
order nud spolio of tho rapid growth
of tho organization throughout tho
country. Mr. William O. McDowell,
tho vlco-prcsldent general of the so
clcty, delivered nn address, nnd was
followed by Judge Willinm II. Ar
noux, the president of tho Unr Associa
tion of tho State of Now York.
General Marcus J. Wright, who won
his rank In the Confederate nrmy.nlTcrcd
a resolution nominating Admiral Porter
president general, and Generals W. T,
Sherman nnd Joseph 15. Johnston as
vice piestdcnls general of tbo National
Society of tbo Sons of tho Amcrlcau
Revolution. These names will bo pre
sented to the convention which meets
In Louisville, Ivy., April HO, by Mr. Mc
Dowell. A board of managers of tbo Washing
ton society were chosen as follows: Hon.
Levi P. Morton, General 13. D. Town
send, Colonel Felix A. Heave, Professor
W. D. Cabell. Colonel M. M. Parker,
Hear Admiral John L. Wordcn, 11 D.
Spencer, Captain HIchard D. Dullols,
Arnold 1). Johnson, General II. V.
Boynton, General John ,). Dana,
Duncan S, Walker and Hon. W. P.
WANT TO AMAI.OAMATt!.
Will tho Meridian nnd University CInbs
The proposed formation of a Uni
versity club called together a number
of gentlemen nt Iho residence of Pro
fessor W. D. Cabell, 1407 Massachusetts
avenue, last evening. Professor John
II. Voorhccs presided, and the secre
tary's post was filled by Dr. Weston
Flint. Tbo organisation committee re
ported that the roll already contained
150 names, nnd a communication from
tho Meridian Club was rend, proposing
amalgamation with tho University Club.
A committee, consisting of Henry
Wise Garnctt, A. D. Anderson nnd
George S. Fellows, was appointed to
confer with the officers of the Meridian
Club in regard to the proposition. A
motion was then adopted providing that
Professor Voorbces appoint at some
futuro time a committee, consisting of
eighteen members, to nominate officers
for tbo University Club.
DKACON DELANY'S CONSOIKNCK.
It lttought Sam Dlgc to Court and
Cost 111 in $10.
Samuel DIggs, colored, insisted on
giving utterance to his religious opin
ions in Graco Chapel on Easter night.
Deacon Richard Delany, tho mainstay
of that colored religious body, pro
tested and somo high words onsued
which disturbed tho congregation.
"Your Honor." said the deacon, "I
have been pondering over this trouble
ever since Easter Sunday, and it was u
question in my mind whether it would
serve tho interests of tho church best
by making complaint or not. My con
science would not allow me to pass It
by entirely, so I had Sam brought In
hero to answer to a chargo of disturb
ing tho peace. Might have made it
worso, you know "
The deacon's wife, Amelia, verified
the chargo, and Dlggs had to pav a lino
of $10. I "
Hastened und ICoorgunlcil,
The following incmbeisof tbo Cameo
Club resigned in a body last evening:
II. Bayly, president; R. L. Groonwcll,
treasurer; Willinm G. Belts, financial
secretary; D. S. Hughes, recording sec
letury; William F. Hlnklc, sergeant-at-arms;
Charles Bradley, J. Frank Cole
roan, William A. Grcenwcll and Wil
liam P. Laccy. Later in tho evening
they met at Harvey's, where they par
took of an oyster supper and organized
a new club.
ltlftlty Ileal ISAtate.
Delinquent taxpayers have been pay
ing up quite lively In tho tax ofllco for
tho past few days. Tho sales of prop
erly lor nou-payment of taxes is pretty
nearly concluded nnd a largo sum has
been realized. Persons buying such
property, however, do so at their own
risk as to mortgages upon the samo and
probable future law suits.
Fell From Ills Illeyclo.
By falling from his bieyclo on Now
Jersey avenue last night Mr. W. II.
Mnrcbalk of (i!)8 Massachusetts avenuo
northeast received a ghastly cut on his
head. His wound was dressed at tho
Emergency Hospital. .
Sirs. QoQde'B Sudden Month,
Mrs. Julia Ann Goodc, widow of the
late William F. Goodc, well-known in
Washington, died suddenly of apoplexy
In Baltimore yesterday at the ngo'of 02
in its First Stagos.
Jloeuro yon yet the icuiifiie.
when applied Into
tho nostrils, will
bo absorbed effee
the head of calar
rlial virus, cauxlm
It nllayH intlammu
tln, inotcetK tin
iscrnbrunu ( f the
nu&al pan sag os
heals tho sores
ami restores sonso a a w.e;g2l9rf"t
o:ia6io ana smon. are S 1 hVbf
TRY THE CURB.
A partlclo H applied Intneach nostril and is
agreeable. Prlco, 50 cents, at DruL'ulsta. by
call, rcglstorod, L0 cents. ELY llKOTHKItS,
5fl W arren St., Now York
Utanrtt, Healthiest. Mot BtUfactory HAlRDRCS;tKO.
HtK fc-S IUI1I (.now. Quickly romoren Uaoarult iiJ hcalP
Olueowa. Hill MIT Still i.dltOl.llKli.K. ttlUIIANTKOM
Kura lOUTIIrlf. tOUJIl ul 1 Ufclo UIUT, HUH 1U1B.
SeU br all DMliti In Toilet llooJi. or BiUt m for ? Br
Vuu4oaGMtsl Co U UriMiAHar Ken WH
TAILOR - MADE
NOW GOING ON,
Will Contlnuo for a Short Time Only at
924 SEVENTH ST.,
BETWEEN I AND K STREETS.
Tho recent failure of tho largest clothing
Arm of Boston, Mass , has placed tholr stock
In tho hands of tho creditors, who havo clo
dded to sacrlfteo tho samo so as to convert It
Into cash within a short time. Tboy have
shipped the cnllro clock to Washington and
have Instructed tholr agents to sell the stock
at rot all at about 60 conts on tho dollar. Dear
In mind, this atock Is of this season's manu
facture and was mado for tho flnost Boston
trade, and wo positively gnarantco every
parmciit to bo perfect In stylo, fit and work
manship. An Inspection of this stock will
convince you that tho abovo aro facts.
NOTE SOME OF THESE PRICES.
1740 pairs Mon's Pants at 60c; former price. 81.
1200 pairs aion'a rants nt 75o; " 81.00
7E0 pairs Men's Dross Pants, 81.50: former
price, 83 25.
7C0 pairs Wen's Flno Dress Pants, 82; former
11X0 pairs Men's Extra Flno Dross Pants, $3;
worth 80 50.
Largo lot of Tallor-Mado Pants at St, 81.50
and 85, worth 810.
K0 Mon's Every Day Suits, 82 50; former
C50 Men's Business Suits, St; former prlco,
1050 Men' Better Quality Business Suits,
SC.60: former prlco, 814
5C0 Men's Evening Suits, S8.E0; former prlco,
500 Men's Dress Suits. $10 and 812, worth
Boys' suits. Long Pants, at S1.60, worth S3.
' S.tO. " 85 50
" " " " 4 00. " 8.00
" is, S7, 8 and
810, worth doublo.
Children's Suits at 750. S1.25, 51.75, 62.50,83,
4 Mid 0, worth doublo.
Kneo Pants, 2So and upward.
Included in this stock Is a largo lot ot Flno
Pants, mado to order, for OT, SlOand 312; also
Pino Suits In Saolcs, Cutaways and Prlnco Al
berts, whloh woro mado to moasure. at S35,
$10 and S43, which you can buy at 40 nor cent,
of their real value. A full llneof Light and
Heavy Overcoats, which will be facrltlcod.
Bear In mind ovory garment must boas rop
resented or wo roluud your monoy within
1 his Great 200,000 Sale will continue for a
short tlmo only ut
924 Seventh Street,
BETWEEN I AND K STREETS.
Storo open till 0 p. m. Saturdays, 11 p. m.
Paper Snpplies ail Stationery.
920 F STREET N. W
WAt-niNGTON, D. C.
OUR PRESSES are of tho latest and most
Improved Mylo, Our assortment of typos Is
largo and wo aro continually adding to our
&o., &o., &c,
hi fact, everything that a business man needs.
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS
Will find all tlio modern laces of typo In our
largo variety, suitable for their style of work.
Tickets. Programmes, Journals, Coupon
tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers
Wo would specially call attention to our
facllltlos for printing Law Cases, Doeds,
Bonds and Mortgages.
OUR POSTEHroom Is rcploto witha variety
of "laigo" tjpo, sultablo for this class of
In all Its brandies OUR BINDERY Is nttod
with the latest styles ot book-folding and
wlro-stltchlng machines and 13 thoreforo
capable of competition with any of tho largo
Iow York houses.
REST OV WORK AT TIIE LOWEST POSSI
M'GILL & WALLACE,
1107 I! Htreot A'ortliwoat.
Tho Oldcat Established Printing nouso In
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
IN TIIE CITY.
A Special Lino of tbo Latest NovelMos in
Wedding Cards and Invitation Dauco Pro
grammes, oto., with Envolopes to Match,
LCtlAL WORK A BPKCIAI.TY
And Every Kind of Book Printing
Executed and at Lowest Ratos.
TELEPUONB CALL. 602-2.
715 MARKET SPACE.
In White and Black, at
Our Buyer lias just returned from Now York, wliero ho bought au
Importer's Entiro Stock of LEGIIOKN HATS.
Wo offer thco Hats to iho public nt greatly reduced figuros from
what they can bo puichnscd elsewhere.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
Leghorns at 93c, worth $1.75.
Leghorns at 93c, worth $2,
Leghorns, Best Manilla Braid,
At 93c, worth $1.75.
Lenox Hill Leghorns at $1 .75, worth $3.
OUTING JACKETS AND BLAZERS.
Hccclvcd n Large Lino of OUTING JACKETS and BLAZERS. ,
Also LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS and WINDSOR TIES.
E. A. ST1EBEL, Proprietor.
Sole Agents Wakefield Baby Carriages,
From $5 to
Remember These Prices
o jljl. J&.J& s vua. w,
12 18 and I 220
Wo hereby announce to tho'publlo that we
tbo members of tboSyndleato must positively
cloeo out SCO.000 ot our enormous stock of
clothing for tho bonoflt of Mr. A. Sustlo, who
is obliged to withdraw from tho firm on ac
count of his health. Wo havo decided to closo
out this amount of goods In tlio next
This salo will positively not commence
TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL,
AT 0 O'CLOCK,
This Is neither a tiro, assignee's, creditors'
nor bankrupt salo of choap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly leglttmato bona-fldo sale, car
ried on by responsible persons, who do not
wish to rob pooplo by giving cheap, shoddy
goods and charging exorbitant prices. Tlieso
prices speak for thomsolves:
Fancy Worsted rants, 07c; posltlvoly worth
Men's Evonlng rants, all wool, $1,0J, worth
Men's Dress rants, 2.?0; worth 83.
Mon 's Sulti-, 54 25; worth 80.
Men's All-Wool Sergo Suits (bluo and
brown), S3.0J; worth 812.
Men's rross Suits, 8.25; woith 817.
Men's Real I lno Prlnco Albert Suit1, 811.01;
GOOHS NOT FATISFAOTORY, MONEY
REFUNDED, at Iho Largo Throo-btory (RIloy
Comer of Ninth and E Streets N. W.
And you will always bare beautiful Broad.
Holla and Dlaonlta. Wholesale Depot, oor
pr Pirn rtrtVot and Indiana avonna,
WM. M. QAL.T A CO.
I CERES IIP
x"" w3 11
SOLD ON TIME.
Siiiull Casli rayniciit,
Great !nctccmentto persons ot small
moani. Nowost variety. SeoourSlO
a $2 DOWN CASH,
SEE OUR CARRIAGE FOR 810.00.
SEE OUR CARRIAGE FOR S10.60.
SEE OUR CARRIVGE FOR Stl.OO.
SB OUIt CARRIAGE FOR SU.W.
SEE OUR CARRIAGE FOR S13.W.
and Compare Thenii
F Street N. W.
PABST BREWING GO.,
Formerly tho Fhll. Ecst Browing Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIC.
Fspoclally Good for Family Uso.
Beneficial or Wcasand Debilitated Persons.
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCH,
T03 and 703 North Capitol Streot.
Telephone 273. ap3
Grand, Upright and Square
Bpoclal attention ot purohasors is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"niGIJE8T DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Frloes.
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space
UOTEZB AM RKHTA. UltAJfTg.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors In tho city. Im
JAMES n.'COSTBLLO, Proprietor.
WAHUraaTON, u. o
Army and Navy Ileadquortors.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TEHMS-13.00 and 4.00 Per Day.
Corner lGth and I streets uorthwest.
Opposite MoPbersou Square.
U. M. OAKB.
YY WASniNQTON. D. O.
O. Q. 8TAPLEH, late of Thousand Isl. Uous
T. JAMES HOTKL,
8IXTH STREET AND PKNNA. AVHn
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
v LLiinur r
Main Store, 916 7th
Pa. Ave. and
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This Is tlio Lowest Price Good Lumber lias ever reached, as all old
, builders will know nt once.
LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLLER
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
3NBIBflU FI.S K mW &
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wc call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
1 his Wine has taken tho premium at all California exhibits for years.
Secure a quantity of it now.
Also a small stock of BCANDY of 1681.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
614 Fourteenth Street N. W.
VAUI.TS, OHNrB 27tU AND K STREETS. fe27,a&3tf
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HIKE IE1 03 COFFEE III 10 OR 3 MOTES.
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer us?, as the in
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
POF2 SHLB BY THB
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest;
yp-yr, - j -' " ' ' y
8,-- -Tf IMKOW ANU Ut.MUUUitUI IOU CAtl 1 kitm.
BUY YOUR TRUIKS AID HARIBSS
425 Boventh Bt. N. W.,
St. Branches! 1221
41 1 7th St.
York Aye. N. "W.
nost to Odd-Follows Halt.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Doublo Track. BplrndM Sooncry.
Steel Halls. Magnificent Kqulpraont
In effect MAitcit 2, 1890.
Trains lenvo Washington, from station, cor
ner ot Sixth and I) streets, as follows!
FonPiTTsnuim nnd tho West, Chicago Limits!
Express of Pullman Vcstllwlod Can nt
10.60 a m dnllyj Fast Line, 10.CO a m dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, with bleeping
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus: dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleoplnn
Car Altoonn toChtcsKo. St. Louis, Chloauo
and Cincinnati, Express 3.30 p m dally.
Parlor Car Wnshlnirlon to llarrlsburir nnd
Slccplnu Cars llnrrlsbttrtttost. Louis, Chi
en go nnd Cincinnati, nnd Dlnlru? Car liar
llsburcto bt. Louis. Western Express, at
7.40 p in dally, with Slcoplnu Cars washing.
tone to Chicago nnd St. Louis, connecting
dally at llorrlsbttrg with through Slocpcrs
fnr r.nntftvll1n nnd Momnhls. Vnnlfln Rt.
press, 10.00 p m lUlly, for Pittsburg nnd tho
wost, with tlirouoh sleeper to Pittsburg,
nnd PlttBburg to CLIcago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
Fon Rank, Cannndalgua, Rochester nnd Nt
agara Fails dally, excopt Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Foil EniK, Cnnandnlgua and Itoohostor dally:
for Ilqffolonnd Niagara dally, oxcopt Sat
urday, 10X0 ji in, with Slcoping Car Wash
ington to Roohostor.
Fon WiiMAMsronr, Look Havon nnd Elmlra,
at lO.tpOnmdnlly, excopt Sunday.
Ton WiMjAHsronT dally, 3.30p m.
Fon rim.ADii.riiu, Now Yorfe and tho East,
7.20 9.00. 11.00 and 1140 a m, 2.10, 3.15, 4,10,
lO.COand 11.20 i) m. On Sundny, 0.00, 11.40
am.2.10, 3.15,410, lo.ooand 11.80pm. Lim
ited Kxpross of Pullmnn Parlor Cars, 9 40 a
m dally, except Sunday, and 4.00 p m dally,
With Dln'ng Car.
Fon PiiiUDKLniiA only. Fast Expross 8.10 a
m. week-days, and 8.10 p m dally. Accom.
FonUosTON without chnngo.SlS pmovery
Fon BnooKiTN, N. T., nil through trains con
noot nt Jersey City with boats of Itrooklyn
Annox, affording dlroct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo fcrriago across
Now York City.
Fon Ati.antio Cur, 11 40 a m weok-days,
Fon Baltimore. 0 35, 7-20. 8.10. 9.00. 0.10. 10.M.
11 00 and 11 40 a m, 12.03,2 10. 3.1.V 8.30, 4 00,
4.10, 4.20, 4 40, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 nnd 11.20
pm. on Sunday 9 00. 9.03. 10.G0, 11.10 nm,
2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
and 1120 pm.
Fon Pope's CnEKK Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p m
dally, except Sunday.
For. AxNAroLis, 7.20, 9.00nm, 12,05 nnd 4.20 p
m dally, excopt Sunday. Sundays, 9.03 a
m, 4.10 pm.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect Arnn. SO, 1890.
Fon Alexandria, 4 30, 0.33, 7.45, 8.40, 0.13,
10.67 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 05, 4 25, 4 51, 0 01, 8.08,
10.05 nnd 11.37pm. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45.
9.43, 10 67, a m, 2 30,0.01, 8 02, nnd 10.05 p m.
Accommodation ron QuANTico,7.45a m and
4.55 p m week-days. 7.45 a m Sundays.
Foil Richmond and tho South, 4.30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.55 pm week
days. Tiuino leavo Alexandria for Washington.
0.C5 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07. a m; 1.20, 3.00
3.50, 5.10,-7.05. 0.20, 10.37 and 11 05 p m. On
Sunday at 9.10. nnd 11 ,07 a m; 2.00, S.tO. 5.10.
7.05. 9.20, and 10.37 pm.
Tickets and information at tho offloo,
northenst corner of Thirteenth stroot and
Pennsylvania avenuo, and at tho station.
whero orders can be left for tho chooklng of
baggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. R. WOOD,
, General PasEengor Agent.
CnAS. E. rtian, Geneiai Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Bcbedulo In effect Deo 29, 18S9.
Leavo Washington from Station corner
Now Jersey avenuo and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vostibulod
Limited expross dally 11S0 a m, express 8:30
Fon CntcntNATi, 8t. Lonls and Indlanarn
lls, oxpross dnily, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
Fon PiTTsnuno and Cleveland, Vostibulod
Limited express dnily 11:C0 am and oxpress
8:10 p m.
Fon Lexinoton and Local 6tatlons, tl0:30
Fon Winchester and Way Stations, t5.30
Fon Lotiav, 8:40 p m.
Fon Baltimore, week days, 4.00, B.00, 6.40,
7.20, 8.80, 0H, 9.45 (11.00, 12.00, 45 minutes),
a m, 12.10. 2 on, 8.80 (45 minutes), 3.1.1 (45-nria'
utes). 8.23, 4.S5, 4 30, 4.85, 5.80, 6 20, 7.10, 7.4S,
9.00, 10.80 und 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4.00, 7.20,
B.S0, 9 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (45 minutes), 1.15,
2.00, 2.30 (45-mtnutes), 126.96.36.199,4.35, 6.20,7.10.
7.45, 9 00. 10.30 and 11.80 p m.
Fon Wav, Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5 00, 0.40, 8.80, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.35, C 20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15.
3 25, 4 8ri, 0.20, 11 SO p ra.
Trains leato Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 6.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.43, 8 00, 8.3C,
0.15 and 10.15 a m: 12.00,12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. 5,00, 6.00, 0.20. 7.10, 7.30, 8.80,8.35,
10.20, 1055 and 11 p. m. Sundays 6.80, 7.45, 8.10.
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, 10.23 and
11 00 p m.
Fon ANNAroun, 6.40 a ra, 12.10, 4 25 p m.
On Sundays, 8.80 a in, 4.35 p m, Leavo An
napolis 6.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
8.37 am, 4.00 pra.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
TO. 45, 810.30 a m. il.lOpm for principal sta
t'ons only; tlO.80 am, t4.S0 and T5.30 p m.
Fon Hockville and way stations, t4.85 p ra,
Fon GAiTnEiwmmo and Intermediate points.
9.00 a m, tl CO, 5.85, tll.35 p m,
Fon Botd's and Intermediate stations, T7.0O
p m. $10.00 o in.
Cuuncn train leaves Washington on Hun-
uuy nt i.iu i m, sioypmg at ail stations on
Fon FnEnmticK. t0.45, tll.20 a m, T3.10. tl.SO
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon nAHEiisTowN, tll.20 a. m. and t5.S0
Trains nrrlvo from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 pm: from Cincinnati and St. Lonls
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from nttsbure
7.10 a m. 0 60 p m dally.
NEW YOItK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New York, Trenton, Nowark and
Elizabeth, N. J., 4.00, T8.00, '9.20, 12.00 a ra,
2.S0, 4.20 and lO.SO ji m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all dity trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10.80 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon PiiiLAiirij'iiiA, Nowark, Wilmington
and Chester, 4 00, t8,00, 9 20, 12.00 u m,
2.30, 4.20, 7.10 and 10 30 Jim.
Fon ITEIISIEI1IATE roiNTs between Balti
more and Philadelphia, t5 00 and 57.20 nm,
12 00,t3.15p m.
Thaiks leave New York for Washington,
8.30, tll.00 a m, 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 p m and
TnAif.8 leave rhllndolphla for Washington,
4.40, 8.16,lI.10am,tl.S5, 4.40, 0.05. 7.40
Fun Atu?tio Citt. i 00 a rn and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12 00 noon.
tExceptSunduy. Dally. iSundayonly.
Baggago called for nnd checked from ho
tels and residences by Union TransforCo. on
orders loft at tloket offices, 610 and 1351 Pa.
avu. and at Depot
J. T. ODELL, C1IAS. O. SCULL,
Gon. Manager. Cen. Pass. Ag't.
dchedulo lu effect
March 2. 1390.
Trains loavo Union Jlonot. Sixth and D
streets. 10:57 a in lor tfowport Nowh. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dully. Arrrlve in
Old Point at 6:10 p m. and Norfolk at 6:10 p m.
11:24 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations lu Virginia, Wobt Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule nleepora through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at7'35
11 at p m-F. F. V. Vestlbnlo Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without ohango to Cincinnati Vestlbnla
Sleoperfor Lexington and Loulivillo. Pull
man cars aro open to receive passengers at
Ouuo, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo.
It. W. FllLI.KH, Gen. Pass. Agent.
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