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THE DAILY Cl.ITIC, ? 11 HI) AT" EVENING, JUNE 28, 1890.
The Daily Critic
0 ITT UPKOIAM.
Itnby Oarrtores ami nMcrMim,
Having mm a crest ran on those $' parlor
Kntttofmtwi pieces), we tnni out attention
to blt catttajres and refrigerators. Wanv
will JWt them, MM no fatally hond, for a
rntmrre, be without them The stock w dis
play etnhraces the nower tyies. the het
mates) and the lnwwt prlnes The Benefits
of out credit smew are always at the dis
posal of out customers Therefote. brliit
what money j hsm and ho wiro
want That la the rntt at Rtidiftn Hn-n!
tare. Carnet nxl Stove Stoves, at sna aiM 98
Tin wr""V msnnwsssr.
lloniehton Co.'s UnpreewdeRtesI In-
The cheap--? yet .Tnf read their bargain
I f iirnltnre' 1 oak bnrean. 1 hl.tead, 1 trash
'nd, t pair of feather pillow, 1 extra lar
oak table, i fine reed chairs. I wire mattreas
all theae serviceable and desirable article,
nefni every day. for the raali sum of $-n on.
Again they offer chain and a alt foot ex
tension table for the wrprlln and anprwe
dented price of $TO.. And again, cm yon
cnare the small nm of $W ir so, ee onr 7
tlf oak dining room anite. It i a daisy, and
the wtc It almost nominal.
W. H Horonros A Co.
ttrisFst n. w
TJie NIH)hnl Sistte Dermslt OimrMBy,
Cwr. ISth St. nntl JJ. V. Avenne.
Storiga.fot Silverware, .ftwnlry, Laeaa,
Fine itnda aid. rataaJMe of all Mads,
Chanm MsdsWM. Safe deposit boxea tor
real at tau my lowest rates
For aprinc lamb and Washington dressed
beet to . 8. Xeily, Ninth street wing,
Centft Market, aid S. t. Market, nfth and
A PRETTY ENTERTAINMENT.
Lantern Fest by tho rntemneWoitinn's
Keller Corps, tl. A. It.
A lawn patty, or feast of lanterns,
A aa given liwt night by the Potomac
Ifcllef Con, auxiliary to the Depart
ment of the Potomac, 0. A. It., on the
spacious Inwn stirrountllnc the hotiae
of the Assistant Atlornoj'Obnernl, Mr.
ucweea. it was anmicfiiiy tiecoratctl
with tlats. streamers and Chinese tan
lorn. Tlie flan were kirM.lv filtnlahetl
by Colonel Fred Bracket! of the Treas
There were two chairs in different
corntrs of the garden with one lantern
nrul three spoons hanging above, whore
roupica could lie frequently seen.
There was alee a cypey lent where for
lunca were told and many other things
appropriate to ths occasion.
At the house literary and musical ex
ercises were gone through, which in
cluded a vocal solo by Mr. Scott, n
piano solo by Mrs. Hills, a bano roIo
by Mr. Joe Cullon, several nmuslng
tunas by Mr. West, the well-known
ct'irncaf singer, and war songs.
Mr. J 5. IJurger then made a short
addrcf ami read a poem composed by
Mr Dewces. Ira. Nailnr followed
with a rccita)'..3ntltled "The .loner."
Dancing followed and was kept up un
til a late hour. The Indies to whom
cuillt U due for the enjoyable time arc
Mrs A. Oilctl, Mrs. Tnoma W.Ul
.r. Mis. Newton Kerree, Mri. Nellie V
1 n.ire, Mr France A. Berver, Mrs. Annie
I. rrison. Mrs. Mary KMrlJee, Mr II. It.
H th. Mrs Nellie K. l'lettuce. Mrs Fred.
1 r. rkett. Mi. JeanneUe van uutcn, Mrs.
Huthfi. llloslsml, Mr Anule M. Hamilton,
Mrs Retina Doner, Mrs. llle It. Cburcli,
Mr Mary A Water, Mrs. L. K Culler,
Mi B U. Saxton, Mr. Mary I'alae, Mr.
0 W. lloughlon. Mr. Kate Temple, Mr.
1 mnia Hart. Mr. I. A. t'raniletl, .Mrs.
tolm Cbapman, Mrs. Mattle Lincoln, Mrs.
1 mma R. Meyer. .Mr. A. C. Starkley,
Mr. A. M. o'Connell, Mrs. Julia A. Ko
lit, Mrs. I Utile U Ucrlvner, Mr. K. A.
t. Mr. M. A. Wiseman, and MUc
i llinw Jtarr, P.ille l'al, itatnln Rnrxw.
Cora Curry, Mamie toiiwm, Kama Curry,
Mynle Bracket, Carrie t'rentlce, Annie Fee
rU, Iielefl K. Holme, Nollht Matttwwsamt
Alice C. Ittll.
The gueat of the corn was Mrs. S. C.
l't.llet of lkuiton. past noble president
t f Ihe Woman' Itelief Corp.
"June KvitnlBC on Ilia Itlvcr,"
ll steaaMrCbarle MacalMlernlll lea re
fcr IixlUu lieut tbl ISatitrJay) evening at
I. Op. m., ami tbe steamer W. W. Cor
coran will leave the same wharf for Indian
Head at H:IS p ra. tbU evetilnfr, both boat
Urdtor at Matshall 1111 golucaml return
In; Tscr will be no erawdinf; on etlber
Loot, m Captain Blake I daterntlaeil to
Elve Uut patron of I be Macnletr antl Cor
coran ample accommodation, so that all
may enjoy the trips on the river with entire
comfort. TbU arrBfeMnt will continue
duilagtbe on of & 8ee ad?rti
meut of "June Evening on the Hirer."
Ihe 31 art no Hand Concert,
The programme of the concert by the
Matine lUml at the White House
ground at 8KW p. m. Unlay U as fol
lows 1 M4reb 'TurtJab" Kendal
s urerture "BobamUn Url" Kalte
b, Uraml elctio "Maadaat ot
4 Val-'"Mo Amour" Buciloi
r. Descriptive tanUda 'Tb Dy
ing fm U M. (ieUscbalk
C Slcclloo-"La Uramie Dueb-
Mr. IleHV (ieorolt(
The eptoy "f Mr. Prank Hoflaof
it'J Seventh street northwest, aceooi
t anted by Uir faniHes and frlwds,
bad aa ecute lat evening to Indian
Head ob the lr Cnarlea JUcal
titr Mr. M. C'oauwit pfeiawtad Mr.
HolU wttk a erayon poftralt of his ton.
TLt tcuiioe wis a thoroughly en joy -nl
It taw in evevy reayect.
Tbe Oaae of Ottieor Itutlou.
1 1 mtuiasioae DairiMs will on Hon
i o t est ate Comptroller XUbes? or
An i Bey Cicneral Miller in reference to
the ppiUiiwitf ot the potk fore of
(rtLtr Hullo. ( UultW wag
piven a toiuUio, aMaVMtgk he hd
in t nerved is that Amy or Navy, aatt
tbc inteattoa i to bee rk tea)Hy of
ui cuaaa into htyta, bus U i. booed uut.
'1 tic Usnstorwatilon bkb will bring ltk
nut jtylaol iiiaoliBc oujfbi to be imien
Litci) poatpoawd. 'fmnsfonaarloa is th
L.lit of thninawA ol oana ttowagtoas
t L ib .UU) nave taa.es iW during tba
1 41 cat yew. PiUe. iagoard ana dl
j inttii, tney have bw-oma brMt-;d and
LiJtl.y. TS aecevl t Iky. Ttafce' Fa
, ,:;!(. FrwcrioUou, tilth cure all tboae
( Li.'u i. '-Wfalntiwe'' and dlatreny all
u.cut peculiar to wosaes-
It Ik given out by the CosamitMitoBera
ita th dvlts in the Bioik eaae are
-ri io n4 MM prosjiectg jasa i thwe
i aiJ. a hve o refeneal to Major
1X .- i, wad lb trial will IfJM plate be
1'e b Wfwlax police trial board ne
t-inrsiao -Kiel Ut rraaVartotxaiurg,
U Kisut.; lvjjji baJirjw4 Qimvmy -
L..V.J tbt on &u&Ut'VMW, wm-
.,.. j .bet il! Us oImsA W site mm
W , - 2tx, D. C. tu Ymqrwkfcurn, Va.,
J a . , uf u.u. TUm U.keU wtfta os
.. .. - 'uav un), usui Hinaar
. j -.eut u cpiKjrtiiwt i tor a
l I -vt. Kth Ulus VWb, let tky
1 fit FlnT BcainmflBBlnaB baVan
HP P m w HPT" Mar
Ut - H" ii!.a
I Jt ' aU4tTs
1J i 1 .' !
- .,... atohacct WiUam,
u.ji lijJ. t.uu. Wur J H.
COULD NOT BAT.
DORAN PLATED WIUI TUB BAT
TERS ON Sl'UlVAifS TBAM.
AN OBJECT LESSOR M BUftT-HIUia.
Tb PwWd Mette (rf Ore Wiiaftmn
CtMfre4 Vitfc the Wtk f lb
tlsilws Qetwal Kevins.
1 he Washington returned to Capitol
Park jTSteTday, but tire change did bo
affect thwn any in fnwnt of ability. In
fact, they put up the same kiwi of rmt
that a faretloua Individual once tlenomi
rated "sloppy weather bull." When
he wa ashed Io explain he said he
e lied H that became It waa all over
and everybody was In It.
That wa what happened to the
Washington team yetetilay. It oppose!
nine ball ptftyen, ami the result was
disastrous. It wouldn't have made
much more difference If the Connecti
cut team had played only two men.
noiioTuami uomn.iorurm to their ox
cedent work that Washington owed the
overwhelming defeat the boys from tlte
Ctly of Elms Inflicted on them.
Doran pitched masterly ball To be
stue. the home team resorted to
strnlogy in the shape or attempted bunt
hitting, but they never seemed able to
connect with the ball, and the result
was about as feeble an exhibition at
the bnt as has been seen this season.
It elicited the disapproval of the au
dience on more than one ocoasion,
especially when such nttempted batting
was so barren of results.
Sullivan defended the club Inltaac
lion last night by declaring that the
men knew they could not hit Domn
and consequently tried to bunt the
bnll. That is nonsense. Tho Idea
that nny pitcher has n batsman
at his mercv Is ridiculous, nml
when men go to tho bnt with nny such
feeling that doubly discounts their
chftncea for doing anything, and the
pitcher does as he pleases with them.
Ycstdrday men went to the bat who
were not directed 16 bunt tho ball and
never nttempted to swing thoir bat?
enough to meet the ball fairly. It was
simply n wrist movement with n for
ward direction to the bat of loss than
half n foot, that nine out of ton times
resulted in a strike.
There Is a time to bunt and a time to
line a ball out, and it 1 the judlclou.
combination of the two that attains
practical results. The hobby ot bunt
hitting belongs exclusively to tho Wash
ington Club, and while Sullivan is en
titled to the credit of trying to make
scientific pliyors out of his mon.yet tho
fact remains I hat such exhibitions as
yesterday's wore cxtremoly farcical.
Phillips was not much of an enigma
to the JNcw Havons. for they sicu up
his delivery at the start and
batted out victory In tho
first Inninc They should not have
obtained such a load, although credited
with hits. Oleason at short Is largely
rettxHislble for this. He shirked sev
eral balls, ami his attempts to throw
men nut at first on other occasions were
a moat lamentable failure. He played
too deep in the Hold, and Instead of
running up on balls backed away from
them, so that even had he been a swift
thrower he could not have thrown the
The same teams play again to day
and Horner and Daniel will oppose
each other. A better game can be ex
pected to day, and the chances are that
tho home team will pull olT a victory
To-morrow tho third Sunday game
will bo played at tho Driving Park with
tho Worcester team. The 'train leaves
at S UO o'clock.
TIIK tllA.NOK OF O1101SDS
The change to Capitol Park yesterday
bore out what has been claimed all
along, that interest In the game had not
died out hero and that persons re
frained from attending the other same
solely on account of the Inaccessibility
of the grounds. The crowd yesterday,
according to the figures given out by
the management, was about 1,100, or
three times as many as attended the At
lantic Park grounds. All the olub
needs to secure a good attendance now
Is to play better and winning ball. If
they do ihe management win have no
reason to complain of lack of patron
age. AS IMPORT tST COKFKKimCK.
Sullivan and Hewett held an import
ant conference this morning awl the
result will be shown within a few days.
Mr. Hewett recognises the fact that the
team needs to be strengthened, and he
proposes to dolt. We are not so far
away from the lead but what we can
get up among the top sawyers and be in
at the finish, even if we are not first un
der the wire. For that matter we ought
to win, and lUrnie's declaration that be
fMOfioses to win, no Matter bow muck
he has to expend in streaibUmiag the
team, thaws a eomweadable spirit that
the WasfciatttOH maaageauwl wight
MOW THE CLLSt hTANU
idat. Par Lent
Advise t 3Istbe.
Mm. WUsloW Bnftshtag gMiw bstld
always be twl lor BbBilaan isntMwg. It
asiilhss lbs efcHat- JhftMa a sjMM.aslsJ4
aUpataa, cmms viad coMc, tuajl ft b the hsi
Masaviv Jr 'ft wfcwff Vc a msMsu
Call up Telephoaw So. itiaVI a4 oritor
cue of Hubert Partner's Vfamaa CaMnas
Bear for your Usally. Delivered to all
parts of toe city.
Ma4ssbad htf Ifakl Art
iaVMaVatt . ataVf.
m uifw if muiLii,
mi MTMI eW AXS MSsVaHatM!
nflHl aOVlU. 34 M Olr K.
RE7ILRY BY NIGHT.
A llnento I'rorertor of the Ivorte In
the I'crtiee coftrt.
"Oflrcer Bailey, do ytm pretend to sir
rest a Wan and bring Mm Into court
charted with vagrancy, merely because
he plays a piano In a home of 111
repute r ' asked AttoTfte Mom In the
Porlc Court thta morning
"Yea, sir, I hare arretted yonr client,
Thomas Atkins, and I think the mw
ami the Court will back me up." It
wm proven that Atkins was regularly
employed lo finger the ivory Iriya for
tne amusement ot me iraii remaiesumi
Judge Miller ruled that piano playing
In these places tended to promote crlrne,
tnl coulfl furthermore b hroked ufwn
as a noisy demonstration. The de
Irndant was required to give bond ot
go to jail.
The nnnkrnpt Hnle
of clothing nhlrh has been the eanse ot so
ranch uneasiness among the high-priced
elothiers I still gotrrr on. The stock is
belnar soM very rapidly. Thl sale enables
yon to bny flrst-rlas clothing at Jnst one
half the prices asked by other dealers. Cult
anil see for yourself. Bankrupt Sale. 311
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
L. R. nROVN, M. V.,
3Wot Jersey st.,
Elizabeth, N. J., June S3, 1SS9.
This Is to ccrtlly that t hare used for some
months with much satisfaction, the combina
tion of remedlei, for Heartache, known as
Brims' Headache Troobos. The remedy
cures moro headache?, especially such at af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, ami If this cortlfloato will
be the moans ot bringing It lo tho favorable
attention tot sufferers from that trouble, t
shall tcol that t bare done thorn a service.
L. R. DROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or nent by Mall on Re
ceipt ot Price.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZAUKTII. N. J.
All who desire good cooking la their houtet
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
A slight addition gives great
strength am! flavor to Soups,
Sancts and Mailo Dishes.
One pound l onual to forty pound of lean
beef, of the value ot about Si M,
(ieiiulnn only ttllli rut'-iluiltti or J
ion I.IIIb'n hltriiutnro In lilun lul
urnnt tho laliil.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers I Invited
"NEW ARTISTIC STVI.KS."
Finished la Deigns of
"IliailBbT BKCOUATIVB ART."
PIAN06 FOR REKT
6eond-harxl Pianos at All Price.
817 Market Space.
COLD in HEAD
A irlkle U aDDlled Into each notrlI and U
amtueabl. Irloe, W ceaU.Mt Drusabti; by
sill, Hrterd. 60 enU. JULY UHOTUEH3,
M Warrea t.. New Vurk. '
JLl I I I, 1 ... , " , I"1" " '"'i
HOTEL ASU MBHTJlVUJLNTa,
NEW YORK BUFFET,
m TBKTH STB2ET N. W.
HH ad ffueat tiqaaw in the atty- I-
JAMB6 8. COST3CXO, P
WASHlMGttar, B. V.
Amyiad Navy Hca44)tartc.
TSims-SS aa4 U ).
isMW W TMHsVNW
itXTB faTlUtirr AND Pi iVJ
L. WOODBUKY. Proorioior
AjbM 1MK Vriii ftitaUM SASH kgjyjl S.
WtfiMA BliMtta WtelMAli AjsJHiU 4
W. U. AXT A oe.
I CERES H
The Great Bankrupt Sale
RUE TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING,
Which is NOW OPEN, Will
Continue for a
SHORT TI7Vte ONLY,
. . The rewnt tallnreof the latneet, clothing
lmneiH.Mk la the band ot the tnrstew,
cioinmg to vt anin;ion, to oe sow
Regardless of Cost or Value.
The aernts have rented the large fonr-storr building,
311 Seventh Street, Below D Street.
Thl I the Greatest Slaughter ot Fine Clothln: evrr knovnt la this eotratry. The
t'Jwiti to convert thltock Into CASH within a short time.
MMt 17ta.n PsmIi ftAt. nAtt. 1 njtM'AMil Tsaaa4i t mwek M
AjT vroot rants. In Cheviot, Vorsted and fasslmere, at $l3fe, rWahtr nrSw. t.
Ftne Dregs rat, m thirty styles, comprtslnr imported vofsta. OatsftM
t hevtots. S.rS asm. 1 ml tnvrtt, from c in tin
Men's Kvery Day Bnlts fca ; vrth 85 so. itettet trade, nearly atl wwA, tU
wort f 8.M.
All-wool the vlot Suits at S6 SO; worth $1S
IVobby Dress 9nl Is, In twenty styles, comprising Faney Worted Cheviots, Otmt
wer. Tweeds, Ac., at 80 and 110; worth $89.
.Fine Imported Wortted, maeonai. Corkscrews, Wide Wales, IMtty styles, at Sit
and 115; positively worth fie or woney refunded.
Weeall yonr attention to a number of Merchant Tailor Mane Suits whteh wwe
made to measure for M6, StO ami t5,tolo sold at LB9STIIAM llALF nil OK.
BOYS' AID CHILDREN'S CLOTHING III LARGE VARIETY.
Knee ranis from Ise. tip.
sailor Ptilts, from i to year, at !c.
I.arre Line of Molialr Flannel!, Series, PoHKefl Silk, Alpaea
Coats and Vet.
Jlen's Seersucker Ceats and Vests, forty styles, at SOo.t
Bear in Mfnd: Every Garment Warranted to tie Perfect in Every Respect
and of This Season's Production.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Si, Below D Street,
E. L. MITCHELL, Manager.
wLm.Ji U yTM srii.JI.ti mm fl ii rifLV
Important to All People Leaving the
Citjf for the Summer,
We can ship our Wine to any State east
of the Mississippi River, in lots of four or
more cases, with safety to the purchaser
and for less money than a like Wine can be
We hold ourselves responsible for the
quality and perfect condition of every bottle
We Pack in Special Boxes,
With nothing to distinguish them as
Send for Circular and Price List
614 FOURTEENTH STREET.
Jsunes B. Iiatnbie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS,
GAS BOILIR,$K5 and $ l.SQs
thirty picpi, im m tmm
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
41 S Tenth Street Northwest.'
arm In I he United Slates has
who have shipped $t,oo wwt
FROM OUR VAULTS
m nmmor , la-
JEW THEOUG-H LIIE
The Great Poughkeepsie Bridge
ON AND AFTER JUNE 30
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS
"Will be run through from Washington to Boton without change via B. & O.
11. It., the I'ougbkeepste Bridge Line nml the Boston and Maine It. H.
Leave Wasliinton 2:50 P. M, Arrive Boston Next Mornios at 8:20
The train runs Into the Causewoj-strcct Station of the B. & M. It. It.
at Boston, and passengers for nil points in Maine, the White Mountains and
the Maritime Trovlncos avoid a long stage transfer ncross Boston.
For Tickets nnd SlccplngCar space apply to B. & O. Ticket Agents,
010 and 1301 Pennsylvania nvcnuo, or Dopot, corner New Jersey avenue
nnd C street. ju20.lt
MCB L. ROY'S
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Engravings, Etchings and Water Colors of the Latest Publications,
Artistic Framing In Golit, White and OolJ, Ivorjr, I)lqno, Silver, Oak, Clicrrr,
Maplo and all Hard woods.
Alolntho Florenco Leaf, as beautlinl at Ooldi very dnroblo and at a VERY
HpcoUl attention raid to IteKlldlng Old Frames and Furnlturo.
Wedding and lllrtbdar rreeentn.
FACTURERS OF D
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
) Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc, Washington.
j 334 south side
(1 LUMBER YARD FOR SALE
Sprague Square has been sold. We
used the ground for the Storage ol our
surplus stoclc ol Lumber. The Lumber
MUST GO, Come up and get our present
LOW - CUT FIGURES.
We will sacrifice, The owner has ex
tended our time a short while, Our cus
tomers reap the benefit. The Lumber
must not be moved, but SOLD off the
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LlBBEY, BlTTIKGER & MlLLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
BUY TOUE TRUIXS AHD H1EIBSS
ALL KIN 1)3 OF
Water St., West Washington.
r y y s '
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the tforth, Wsst and Southwest.
DonMe TrMk. Sp!ndM Sowerr
steel Halls. BlatnlSeent Rquipmnt'
la effect Mat 11, ism.
Trains leare Wagbjngton, from statioi ror
nr ot Sixth and Bstreets, as follows:
Pop PiTTssmw arrtl the Wert, Chleaio Limited
Ijbwm ot rnllman festlbnled Cars at
10.80 m dallf: Fait Line, 10 5D a m dully
to Cotombns and Sft. Inls, ltb sieeplr.i
Cfs from ntlsbnrg fo Colnmbns, da!T.
oxceff Satnrtlar. to Chicago, with sieeplne
Car AUoona to I hlcago, St Lonls, chl-acS
ftnd Ctachinatl Express, 3.10 p m dally
rarior Car Washington to Ilarrisbnrjr and
Bleeping Cars ltarrltbtirr to ?t Loul, CM
eoaml CbtehMatl, and Dltilnir car liar
rlsbnrg to si. Irals. Western Btpren, at.
T 40 p m dally, with 3teeplncars Wahlnr
tone to Chlcaffo and St Louis, connecting
datlj at llftttlsbure with throinrb Sloners
for LonlSTJHe and Memphl Parlfl- Rx
press 10 00 p tn d 1 Hr, for I'lttshnrff and t he
West, with thronah Sleeper to Plttsbjrir,
and mttsbtirc to cbl, igo.
DAI.T1MORR AND PuTOMAC RAILROAB.
For TTakx, Oananrialgna, lloehester and Ni-
agnra runs unuy. except nnday, 8 10 a m.
For Bale, canandalcna and Kochester daily,
for Iinffalo and Nfaamra dally, exoent 8at
nrday, 10.00 pm, with Sleeping car Wash
Ington to Rochester.
Fon Wiu.iAMronT, lek tlaTon and Elmlra,
at 10.W a m dally, except Snnday
For Wit uamstort dally, S "p m
Fnnl'waAneiTrnA. New York and the East,
.9.00, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 8.10, 3 15, 4 an
5.40, 1000 and 11.30 p m. On Snnday.900.
11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.1R, 4.S0, 10.00 and It M n u.
IJrolled Expre of Pullman Parlor Cars,
Bo a m dally, except Snnday.
FOR Nw York ovr, Umlteif Express with
Binlnif Car,5 00p.rn, dally.
Fon PniuncMwiA only. Fast Express 8 to a
tn,weekHlays,and 4.00 pm daily. Express,
Sunday only, 5.40 p m.
ForBostos without change, 3.15 pm every
For HrooKLfs. N. Y., all through trains can.
nect at Jersey City with boats ot Brook lya
Annex, n (Tonllng direct transfer to Fulton
street, aroldlng donble ferriage acrosj
New York City.
Fon Atuxtio Cit, 1140 a m week-days.
llo pm dally.
Fon Baltimore. 6.3S, 7.80, S.Iffi 9.00, 9,10, 10.00
10X0,11 00 and 11.40 a m, W06.S 10. 3 IS, 3 ,
4.00, 4J80, 4.S0, 5.00, 5.40, 8 00, 7 40, 10 00 and
11.30 p m. On Sunday, 0.00. 9.03, 10.59, lt.W
am.SlO, 3.15. 3.30, 4.00, 4.S0, 5.00. 5.40,5.00,
7.40, 10.0T ".ad 11.S0 pm.
Fon Pora'a Crxek Lrsx, 7.20 a m and 4.30 p m
dally, except Sunday.
Fon AKNAroLr, 7.sond 9.00am. l3,Ki and 4 50
p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 4.30
wasuinoton sotrrnBiiN raimvat.
In effect StAT 11, 1300.
Fon AtJSXANnnu, 4.30, 6.35, 7.4X, 8.40, fl.iS,
10.57 a m. 12.01 noon, 2 03, 3.30, 4.33, 4.55, 8.01,
S.T lo.ce and 11.39pm. On Sunday at 40,
7.45, 9,15, 10 57, a m, 2.30,0.01, 8.02, and 10.03
ArcoMMoBATtox ronfJoANTico,7.43a m and
4.55pmeoklays. 7.45 am Sundays.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4-10 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.53 pm week
Traiss leave Alexandria for Washington,
0.05 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.. ll.07, m: 1 SO, 3.00
3.50, 5.10, C.03, 7.M, 9JW, 10.37 and il 01 p m.
on Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 a ra; 2.00, 5.10,
7.05. 7.89, 4.50, and 10.37 p m.
Tlckots and Information at tho oJlco,
northeast comer of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the station,
where order can be left for the checking of
baggaeu to destination from hotels nnd resi
dences. J, It. WOOD.
, General Pastenger AieaL
EH1, B: rtqn' Pcneral jlanager.
Ilaltimoie nml Ohio Hailroad.
Schedule In Effect June 9!, 19M.
Icavo Washington Irotn station comer ot
how Jersey avenue and C street
For Ciiicaoo und Northwest, etlbnled
Limited express dally 11.30 a m. express
9.30 p m.
FonCwcuiXATi. St. Louis and Indianapolis,
oxriess dally, 3.30 and ii.au p m
1 VnnnvjtH and Clovetand, express dall'
9.ao a. m and M.40 n m
roiiLBxiM.ToM and points In the Sbcnvi
doali Vnlley. 11 30a m.
For WiMMrrrrnnml wayStatlont t! ;jpm.
For Lt-RAT ts 8U and 8.4U p m
Pom IlAUiMone, week days, 4 0 5 0J. 6 SS,
7.W,7.0. (3.00 45 minutes), 8 SO, 9 U0 (11.0),
l.eo, 45-mlnutot) a m, 1.10. 2.15, liftO, 41
minutes) (8 IS 45mlnutet)3.a5,4 90,4 W,4 32,
(ixo. 45mlnuta) 3J0 s.oo, 0.15, Bi. 7 10.
i SS' 2 S 2S-,0-'1' "" M0 p ra . Sundays,
4.85. 7 SO. 7.30, 8.30. 9J0 a m., (12 00. 13 mln
utw) 1.00, 3.15, .60, 45-mlnules) is i 4 ,
I oh Wat bTATioiss between Washington and
SS'liSJS ? 'idays,S.30 a m, ixu
3 25, 4 32. fl X), 11.90 p. m
Trains wavx Baltimore for Washlivrton,
week days, ixv, fl.su, 0 30, 7 is, 7a), dOd.
8 SO, 8.35. i SO and 10 SO. 10.35 am: 1. 00,11 10,
2.10-, 230, 260,4 00.4 15,5 00, 6 00, 0 SO. 7M,
7.8. 8J, 8 JO, 9.W, 10.10. 10.90 and 11 JW p f
Sundays, fl 30, 7 n 8.30. 8.35, 9 .1), 10 W, 10 v.
a m; 16.00. 1 l a. 10, 2 o, 4.i, 8 ), e.-M, 7M
7J0, 8.W, i30, 10 10, 10 20 and 11.00 pm
FoRAxNATOtis.aJM and 8 so a ni. it 10 and
4 80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4 32 pro
Ltave Annapolis 0.35, 3.37 a m. 12.03, 3 50
pm. Sundays, 8 so a ra, 3.55 nm
o" statiohs on the Metropolltaa Branch,
tJp, t. a m, $1 13 p m. For principal
itatloas only, 1 10 40 a in., 1 1 SO and tSJo p m
For Ksckyilu and Way Station. tlSp la,
roM CUITHSH.BUHU sad Intermediate points,
tfoo. $WO0, tUOO a m, tl.O0, t3.wr5
For Bom' and Intermediate stations, r.M
Chibch train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.13 p 111. utoiiplng at all stations vtx Met
FS?S'tifc2fJO8,ao ., tU.a m.
1115. ts.), tl 30 pm.
Fob HAStwrrowK, tlO.IO a m and 45.30 p m
Trains arrive from Chleago dally at ll.tta m
and 4 10 p m: from Ct nclnnatl and St. Louts
dally 3 50 a m and 2 05 p m; from Ptttsburt
7.10 am. 5 50 pm dally.
NEW YORK 3L PniLADELPniA DIVISION
For Kxw York, Trenton. Newark, N J and
KliiaUtti.N. J., !., t8j, 10W, 1200 a
w, JO, 'LW and .30 p. m. Bullet Parlor
Cant on all day train, bteepimf Car ob the
80 p. ra , open at 9 OS n ra
For I'h ilauili.hu, MOS, tAOO, 10.00. UA)
boob, , 'm, HUaad w JO p m
'ft L1??"1' v"- WBsBtogtou and t hester,
M-ft.tSS,,-B- . 'ise, a.r'
ami l-8g. gi.
jdPhluidelBiaa.T3BaBa P SO a m , 50,
Thais, tea re Nw York for Wubington,
0 ea, til 80 a , -J. i.8, 5.00 p mTaaa
12 15 Rlht,
Tiuui let.ve PUladelpUa fur WjsMagtn
UM, ., ., 'lt-Si a m, tl 4U, li?
Fob Atlaktm. Ciiv, 4 85 awl W.0S am 1 1 5)
boos, tfse . m. Sunday, tat m aai
12 flO tiuuu.
FOK BAY stiBGE.
Wklk. ww,a., 1 iB, 4.8S p UJ. Sus
. day. ss a m.. 1 U. 8 u 9
Ljuvs 4 NweB. wtwk ttoya, C30, 8 it) p m
bwulay, iM. W p as
tKicwvt biLuday MAAllf. ju4.1ay nly
Hsuagt tiUutd for ajui chacksKl from
hotel and reiilenc-M bv VuUm Transfer I'u.
on urder )di at ticket uftte, t and 1131
P a and at do out
J T UDELL. (HAS. O SffLL
lt'i Manager 6a Pa jig t
Saa .. --. ,jy achedula la aSoct
ROUTtV- March 2, UJO
Trains leave I'ulon Daoot. Slxtb aud B
atrU. W 5T a m for Nvwnurt Inw. OIA
Point comfort u4 Korfolk daily. Arrrl . la
Old Point at K.10 p at. and Hugfolk at s U p m.
113(4 a a CtaeiBiuUl KxpMns, dally, tor
ataHoM In VirjciaU, tut Ylrglai. Kautikkr
aaiClnviuBttir Vesttbul sXtMostr throiua
without chaDaW to Clm'lnaH, arriving i 7 ss
Jl Wpar V. V Vaatdiwla Limited. Uiy
Id train with dining oar rim taroiuU
Without iAaag to CUici-umti Vc.ubol
IhMiinr fir Lfisiatrtua and Loulvtlur Pull
aiM ear are open to reoalve wuaouuc at
M . as.
(Mum, 514 Pennaylvanla avenue.
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