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oixr i xaiALB,
Itndrtcn a Ttemcerators Tlaby
riser. Ftc Fc
Thl rornn.lhle tnstiument o-tal'iihrncnt
hrtntraliy tcatel at OTO and M9eTah
norm west, inn n now mafias out
nttier linos of frwxi nrmen mi-tlie nm
'.. BweftifoM on a cwh basts: on easily
i nmirentor, nai
lttmnhttm Co.'a UnpreeettentOtt
olrMfiopt yet Tnst read tfierf Ttafvafns
rare: i pa onrean. 1 dwhibsmi, 1 wbstt
pair of feather pillows, l extra larjre
: 1 oak bnrean. 1 rcdstsjad,
Me, flirt reed chair, t wire mti
, i nire rcrn rmin, i wire nwwreaw-"
aerticeable an1 desirable arttohw.
at every day, for the mait snm
of s oo.
AMtn titer offer chairs nt a si,
tensem table for the wrprMng and
miSwBtteeof SM, And aaaln.
k nt fttflrsY Anil l- pse m
nm roe small ram oi jw ir so, one onr .
Weee oak dining worn snlte. It Is a daisy, and
ft tlee It almost nominal.
W. H. nordnTox A To
ill io r st S W.
The N'nttnnnl "SaTe nermstt rjnmrmny,
Obr. lath St. nmt N. V. Avenue.
r-.rr !:-"rxr -- "t --.... -T-..., . -.. -
rot snrerware, Jewelry, Laoaa,
M ta nables of all Moris.
BWrterate. Safe tlenoalt boxes for
al tfce fat J loweit rates.
Hnst lamb and Washington dreswd
to J.R. Xelly, State street wtau,
i.i m. it. Market, Finn mm
Was It SHlelde
Thorns McNmrmra, an old man who
retMee at 2fo. 88 Jackson alley north -ettt,
wm drown. In the oht Jsmei
Ctrck canal, etmr where it empties Into
the Kaetera Dmnch, yesterday after-
A cotoreil man who saw jrcN'amara
ahottly before his butty wm fouwl In
the water hy emno Iwys, ys he was
attlBf .MruBJjoly ami kept continually
talk fftf about what n ilangerotif locality
It was. The boys reported the finding
of the body at the Arsenal and a tele
pbotK! message was sent to the South
Washington Police Station. The body
was taken to the morgue In the rmtrol
wagon, but afterwards removed to his
home hy his relatives. There seems to
be a prevailing Impression that McNa
mora committed suicide, as the water
where he was found was very shallow
ami ho could not possibly have drowned
Want a Nine-Hour liny.
There wna a lnrgely attonded meeting
of the Journeymen wagon nnd carrlago
makers at Shea's Hall Inst night, the
object of which was to take some action
toward the adoption of the nine-hour
rule. There was a general expression
of opinion and views, nnd nil njrreed
that with proper co operation one hour
lets could be secured. President Fit
liugh of the Ilorseshoors' Union urged
the Importance of standing together.
Keeolullons were adopted nsklng for
nlieiliotirs, and demanding that the
same go into effect on July 11. They
4 IH, however, lnlt on receiving the
tame pay as heretofore.
Tlie Work or llm Toy Cnnnon,
The toy cannon has already begun to
get In hit nork, although It Is some
days In advance of the glorious Fourth,
Ihice lxij's, named Charlie Young,
ChailisJlurpby and Harry Davis were
llk) tug with one of these dangerous
toys on I, near Tenth street, yesterday
alumoou. when It exploded and all the
boya were more or les burned by the
l wiler. Xone of the loys are reported
to be dangerously hint, although one
of them, who had a mtanllly of now
tier In his hand, which Ignited, sus
tained more painful burns than any of
How Sir. fllumry l.ont Ills Wntoli,
A da ling theft was committed this
morning about 8 o'clock at the drug
tote of J. II. Miusey. Xo. 810 Four-
ami a-balf street. .Mr. Maasey had hut
nfiCfied the store and was otigaged In
cleaning ami fixing up for the builneas
i.f the day. He took ou. lad ami
which was hl.xJ'HeVr tTte prescription
hUWt 'Vtlteen minute later he mused
the watch from hi iKn;ket. There was
no customers In the store during the
period that the vest had been there,
and the work must have been done by
a ?ery clever sneak thief.
Court )llir Will IIhvh a Vacation.
In about one week It is Itkely that the
healing ami trial of eases In the Court
in General Term ami the Circuit Court
will be discontinued until the fall term.
The oly intetvenlbg cases to be tried
in the Criminal Couit will be what are
Laounae jail eases. The court thit
has the highest number of cases for
trial U the Circuit Court The graml
luiy was discharged yesterday, until
fc-ptmbor 9S. Judge Cox U still
heating notions, etc , in equity.
11. & a. It. lt.' Treatment of IU Kin
ploro. The retort that the Seventh
blreet eonductors are to be dc
pslvetl of their Sunday's holiday is
utXftw. AlUiougU the full service of
cats will be inn on Sunday, the places
of tie ahsikt eMuueUts will be titled
j hm-h detailed from the Avenue and
Kouileenih slHitt lines. The employes
r ifquited to put in only nine hour
snd twenty three winutes a day, the
luMtfsi U ol any street railway In
i he country.
i in ,
Uluik. Jlelt. lliuy.
Tk tow fequlree that all persons hav
U f ymsion elaints Hint have thnta at
tested by Uw clerk of the SupteaM
Cowl of the District of Columbia and
kissnpcel witii Uw omVieJ MslofkU
i Am. Is ronaruuenre thnranf Um
t-Iesk (Mot was thsttnged Uuougnout
ytsJnssJay d today with mmm ami
wae u ensuiM to
We sse U 4rtotn sWtart Partner's
Mta Cnntnet Beer because Hit ls bast
step Uanortaiu points of law will be
; ohcW up U tke Hoop Hopper case
DM Peifae Court. They ate charged
rt ififipM' a eoiauMMwii nansed ksstsoua'
hihiralnr." which an analyaia shows
rinsjlain M per eoat of aiaoavol. Ar
Mu were to have ha heard heore
if Mitts this Moral;, but at (hose
a SMsre hstsooai lo tsW doclt tian;
al they vera post posted until aesi
l osday at i o'ehxh.
iaMMoattayM af &) XsVomm CaBaaaUiy
tarifiCOsVil'm Vfai'k aUa4aasB Uk UMam
w spfsssrw Bniosjnw msssbmf ppViawnMa
hs the tetwihony eosM to eaea) l;
to pi un the Maiah. the uhs, but not
Isms, la OrTPuwje'a
relhas, bar ansa it re-
u JftrUin, 4as to dw u of
aU ate I
oi Hi i.ru Mufiq Wimaiitf.
i wouias a rkmt Mi aWU
hisWU. L. Bond, of
feat nasioj aT
laaJZat iZ SSL fcS
. . J 3 .H.t IJ1
HIMiTN WINS ANOTHER
GAME B HARD IHTTIIIG.
LYSTON'S Wtm 1ERE WT MtUM
Weitt i WhWlet Mi4a IMM RfM
d the Qfom M Ids IftrtlmJ
FifMart Vary WwrJ.
The "Washington Cinb had tire Hflrt
fofds for its opponents yMhy and
surxectled In winning with rhllcnlom
ease in a aame whow only dNIftgiirsh
lag feature was the heavy batting of the
home lm and wreml remarkable run
nlng catrSc lv Iratler and Jordan.
Lyston, who pitched for the visitors
was very wIM, ami when he pnt th
ball over the plate It was savagely
pounded. Wentr, and Whistler male
home-rtin hits, ami every man on the
team except Jordan secured one or more
singles. Krrore were also numerous,
and both shies at times played poor Mil
The same clubs play again to day and a
better game may be expected. Daniels
ami Kiddle will be the battery ami dra
wn will go back to short, O'Urleu hav
log been granted his release.
The assignment of the Washington
Club ami the possible break up of the
Atlantic Association carries out a pre
diction made some time ago la tiik
C'niTtc, that the Association was In
trouble. Al that time, though there
was no thought that the Washington
Club would be the first to succumu to
financial distress, and, that It has, Is a
surprise In many ways. Ita future Is
so unceitaln that nny prediction as to
the outcome of tho entanglement would
be foolish. All talk of strengthening
the team Is, of course, out of thoquos
tlon, under the circumstances, and until
some kind of a settlement Is made.
TIIK nAl.TIMOTlB FIUCAS.
Tho fight on tho field between MclCee
and Mack, In yesterday's game In Haiti
more, was a disgraceful scene, and base'
boll men In this city will go slow be
fore censuring McKco on the biased re
ports sont out about the fracas. Every
body knows that Mack prides himself
on being n fighter, nnd narrowly
escaped precipitating n light In this city
with Gloason by his unwarranted and
abusive language. Such men at he are
n disgrace to the profession, nnd no
mnttcr how good a ball player ho Is
he should promptly be suspended.
Such notions os yesterday's tend to
bring the game Into disrepute among
respectable people, and ought to bo
summarily checked and an example
made of the offenders. Baltimore bill
cluhs were always noted for their tough
ball player, nnd the aggregation of
wh eh Mr. llarnlo Is the head la by no
mer-ns an exception to the rule. The
cnt re trouble was brought about by
the absence of a regular umpire and
the umpiring of players. It more than
c or emphasizes tho need of competent
n en to till that dllllcult position, nnd It
I one of the rocks on which the Asso
elation will go to pieces unless promptly
Miss Mary llsrnee, daughter of Mrs.
P. P. Unruuti, was married last evening
to Mr. William C. Kldredge, at the
residence of the bride's mother. Dr.
Corey of the Metropolitan Church per
formed the ceremony, which was wit
nessed by about thirty persons. After
tho ceremony a reception was held on
the lawn back of the house. The lawn
was nrcttllv decorated with .Inrvmiwi
2n,,S.r?tfi? throughout the evening.
Late in the evening Mr. nnd Mrs. Kl
dredge departed for the North, where
they will spend their honeymoon.
Mr.Frtnor' .Vurrow Kacape
Cornelius Festuer, the aged man who
was thrown from the cable car at the
Junction of Seventh and D areata yes
terday afternoon, a brief account of
which appeared In Tiik Cmitic, was
taken to the Emergency Hospital for
treatment He recovered consciousness
some hours after the accident, and Im
moved so rapidly that he was sent to hU
home on II street, between Fourteenth
and Fifteenth streets. It was thought
hy all who witnessed the accident that
the man bad surely twin killed.
l.'xcurtlon to at. l'uul, Minn,
Tie National RUueatloual Assoelatlou
convenes at St. l"aul, Mian., July S, au.1 for
tliU oeeaMoa the lUltiiuore aul Otilo tblt
rosd Hilt sell excursion tickets from Wah
IbjeIou to St. 1'jml awl return at rate ol
taO.SO for tb round trip.
TtoVett will be tout for all tmtiw July 1,
8, 8, 4, sua 5, awl vabd for return mhu
uatU July 17, tueluslve. lUtUmdmiiiux iu
do to taw bare their ticket exta!l uaUl
VeitlHuber 23 by (loUlu- uaw with the
jffut sgeut at St. l'uul.
rUeurakw tickets to St. Vul and return
at iortjUi)tuc)y low rats will aUo be
sold from all other priuciiul stations on
Hkhifuorvaaa Ofaio iUUrojd.
Playing in the Capitol Hill Uwali
tournament began hut evening. Priios
have bean donalotl by Messrs Smith St
Wardwell, Mr. Tappan, Saks X Com
panv. Barber A. Horn and D. X. Wal
lord. The following la the result of
yeatetday'e play lag.
J. bauahis beat E lUrriagtau, C4, sU,
C. Byrne bast M. Stasia, sX, ; W. Boar
UnuTl. Meela, e4, 6-3; J. iiluw heat M.
Bvan, M, 7 4; H. Blair beat K Stroaat,-0,
tVS; C. By rasa baat J. Stew, SV4, C.
Fahr beat Btoek, 4-, -!, 3, C. Bnaat
katU. OU, by default; 0. Clack baa! W.
Harriagtoo, by oefauB.
KxauitUtu 4i AtUnlte OMy.
Cxcursuw ticaats to Atlantic City will
will be told by BattisaoM and Ohio Ball-
ruaa hit we tratu leaving Wi
lag Wsshiagtoa at
4 ucaun mitm, iiunow
trip. Thtkats good fur return pansajce until
Tuesday, Jul 8, Ineluatva.
Au IiuHiiut auti Danli Wamlarer.
Last evoning Tiioulooani Kelly found
an unknown and May much eataetatai
colored woaaaa wandering about on the
street la a tuapicktus msnaar. Upon
appiuairfcing htr be found out that aha
wna duasb as well as insane, and ha had
her takes to Use With Ptechsct. and
afterward transferred to the Pcoad
Tou eaa gc interest lur your asoaay
g soar aaaraca fruca ska city hy a
g 6 with the WasUacton Loan aadTi
uspaay, nm r ktrset nniaawsat Capi-
asat nkwnrajp MSBfaanpnasanm
A Ttao- H aaujxi- tialtinf l'ts.
laim y eatefday aitenoot) a wood hi
oa tka pMsuaas of Mr. (i. F. T. Ouak,
So. 113 kiUteeaJk aUael nornhwasi,
was deatwyed by axe. A. ataJNU blog
lag to 8h. Jaaaa 4- Handy was ajao
awaajwd- Th antira loaf ww sot a
ssa. wasaMBSrW ssafisvanar bsbbib anaaim
yJ-Ti imigjl aw aMswan IsaZiBaTtt
SImLm siBasllsdLinasBa niuiBaTaahaai
3 MsiinBilaeaie. and sftHaaaat
'ssawaa BWssawsssjs5r sn- e sasswsk
LkshtaiMi. Am, jMbui Weak. A.M.
- 'sssnsisiawBnsj vnflniy swniiisnwspay ''awafjn' IBf' 4H
IRESENTATION 10 MR UHABUT
late fleri-tant at Arms of
Senate (Jets a Sonvenlr
Lat nljrht c Screrant at Vrmi ( n
sdsy of the Senate was presented at hi
rfrlce, S1? Delaware avenue, with a
cottly goW watch and elrafn. At 8
o'etwk more than WO men and boys
had assembled at the ofnee. The pre
sentation was made hy Csntala John
G. Merrltt, assistant doorkeeper of the
Senate, who wld to Mr. Canaday that,
in severing their official relation with
lilm, they wished to extend their bet
wishes for his future welfare Those
who knew him est loved him most.
"The seal.1' Captain Merriu said, "Is
presented hy twenty of the brightest
boys in America, ibe .enate pages." '
Captain Csnady in accepting the gift
paid a compliment to Captain Merrltt
hy saying that he was the first gentle
man to receive a medal of honor from
Congress. It wa Impossible, he said.
to exprrss his feelints at severing his
connection from a position In which he
had formed such pleasant ties. The
prisentation of the testimonial, he said,
was an entire surprise, yet It was none
the less appreciated.
dm ml mrtmlan It nf I', to Mllirn
Itee, vl II. .V l. It. It.
The Mennial Conetare of the Order of
Knlghia of rythlas will be held t Mitwan
kee, Wh)., from Jnty - to July 19, 18M.
Arrangements have been completed for a
sipectsl Train of milman 1'slsre Cars to
leave Washington, I). U., via Baltimore
and Ohio ltsflroad, connecting with the
Chlrsgoand Northivestern Hallway, for an
Excursion at tlie reduced rate of onr hlf
fare for the i (mud trip, Rood for return pas
sage, leaving Milwaukee as late as July 18.
The trstn will leave Ualtlmore ami Ohio
Depot at 10 p. m. Saturday. July 5, giving
patenters a tlayttsrbt view of the Allc
clianv ami CliMt .Mountains. Pmm Chi
cago the excursionists ride along the shore
of Like Michigan, via Chicago and North
western Hallway, arriving at Milwaukee at
12 (noon). Monday, .Inly 7.
Tlie local committee lias made ample ac
commodations for all visitors. They have
received a sufficient sum of money to
Suarantce a complete programme of fes
vltlrs coveting the whole week for the
gratification of their guests.
Hallroad tickets, good for the round trip,
Washington to .Milwaukee, $10.80. Tickets
good also on all regular trains of July 0
Those desiring berths In Pullman Sleep
ing Cars, mutt secure same before July 1,
ami, on tie principle of tint come first
served, we suggest an early application be
Further Information and tickets can be
obtained from II. Croggln. Washington
Division, No. 1; J. 1. Smith, Nelson, No.
8; OcorBO W. Hclsley, Columbia, No. 3, or
Ualtlmore and Ohio ticket offices, (ill' and
131 I'ennsylvanla avenue, and depot,
That Decision Again,
fnm Mr Chka9 TrI&vne.
"I liavo had a delightful evening,"
he said, ns he took his hat and rose to
go. "May I call again?"
"I shall bo glad to fcce you," she re
plied with ablush.
As he walked out Into the hall he
saw In the mirror of tho hat raclc a re
llcctlon of tho roguish girl slyly throw
ing n kiss nt him, and lie turned back.
"I must havo that In the original
package,'' ho whispered.
He was n Kansas young man, and he
The Tax Collector n Cheater,
From Mr Dry Ooo-tt Chnmid.
Cheator originally meant escheator,
or ofllcer of the king's oxr.hequer, ap
pointed to receive dues nnd taxes. The
present uic of tho word shows how
those ofrlccrs wcte wont to lleeco the
Ask for and take no other than the Robert
I'ortner Menua Cabinet lleer you will find
It always good.
Nervousa Bilious or Congestive Forms.
L. It. 11ROWN, M. O.,
KLUABEva, N.J., June 3, 1.
Yttta Is to eertlly that I bare ut for some
months with taaeb satisfaction, tbe combina
tion of remedies, for Hsadaebe, known as
Hrtjws' neadaebe Troches. Tbe remly
aares more beadaebaa, especially aeh aiaf
feet Nervous wotaea, tbaa anytblog lam
aequalBted with, au4 It tbis eertifioate will
betbemeaBsot brumlaitt to tbe favorable
attention 'of salferers trom tbat trouble, I
shall feel tbat I have dose tbeaa a service.
L. R. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Dnwrtst or seat by Hill os Re
ceipt of f nee.
BBIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
8UZABETH. N. J,
. ely's catarrh
XlgY TO UbB
A particle u appliad lato aaf h nusti U and u
agreeable. Price. SO cent-, ii DiLi.gUU: br
StaU. neutered, SO mhU SLX BiiOTHSlts.
Mwarraa t . Kew Tork
UOTJSZJt AND UKUTAUKANTH.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
tea TaafTH SMtscr k. w-
at Puseat Usjaaat to the oUy
txnm k. oostthxo.
I jJUI JUkWV.
Atmyimd ay Hrjajanitaif.
W" Jr wsw
The Bankrupt Sale
Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh
Street Northwest, "Win Continue for a
SHORT TIME LONGER.
It is the chance ol a lifetime to bay Clothing at
these prices. This stock Is from a large manufac
turer who has failed, and must be sold to make im
NOTE THE PRICES BELOW:
Men's Every Day r
All-wool Pants, In
Pants. Me: worth tt
nt. In nTlnt- wnntM a nit
ISM DfMM Punts. In IMt! strlM.
C btrtots, J.r JS.S", t ami fc worlti from
Men's Kvery-Day Sails, tt.as-, worth
All-wool Cheviot Snlls at M SO; worth
Nobby Dret 8nl ts. In twenty styles,
acre. Tweeds. Ac , at 88 so and HO; worth
Fine imported worsteds, Ilairnnal, iwaseri
aim SIS; posltlrely worth JS0 or money refanded.
Wo mil rnnr sltAntlnn to a nnmtar of Ms
Pine Imported worsteds, I)laooal,
taade to measure for sts, s to and $i to be
BOYS1 AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN URGE VARIETY.
Knee rants from IV. np.
Pallor Suits, from 4 to M years, at We.
Larre Line of Mohair Flannels, Senree, fosfee SflK, Alpaea
Coats and Vests.
Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, forty styles, at 99o.:
Bear In Mlndi Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect In Every Respect M
and of Tills Season's Production.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Sl Below D Slieel,
James B. Ltambie,
1415 New York Avenue,,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $
HAKE TE& OR COFFEE
oa3 COUK1NG STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, a3 the In
stant the cooking is done you can extlnguhh the fire.
FOB SALE IJV THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
Grand, Upright and Square
Siwclal atteutloa of purcbura U iorlted
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLBS."
rtoitiiMiii Ut DtMffM o
"IliailBfeT DiCOKAIIVE ART."
I-IAN06 POK BENT
Seoai baaJ I'laaon at AU Prices.
817 Market Space.
Aad ya wUl always taw riaintUal Utmd.
Katti sad HtMBtu. WlMslwnW OaiHst, oor
sar mm stwat aad l,Ji"i avesuM.
WM. M. OALT & OO.
HOT B Mcwtl XvrUmmt.
80S """ T. Jia maam
PAJtiH W 4SY sKtUavf
" sas' sBRiip 4ilMbislsw flH
I CERES JM
mMaatM yn aWsl BHeuw
y y ssPsp tWsWPBP KP
WW wtDK 4
letter Graite Pants, tl; worth W.
PMihlinftm. &t SI 9a. r liter nrfoo. SSuflL
mnartatiir ImidHmI WimMili. Ostnxi11.
8 to JW.
15 . Hatter arade. tnsarly alt wool, St;
compris1 FstMy Worsteds, Chvlots, Ostst'
t'orkserews, WM Wales, tMrtystrls,at Sit
Hade Stilts wMeh wsra
IAN HALF rhlUK.
1. 1 5 and $ 1 .50.
IH 10 OR 15 MINUTE:,
RAMSEY & BfSBEE,
ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR.
Briefs , Arjfunu-BU, SpeekM uul J!vty
Iestiptiuaor Book Work Vromiptiy
LxccutrJ ia FJrt-Class Myte.
Color PilBttog aad Keat aad Tasty
Dtslgss fur CoMHssMciai I'rintitsf
PRESSWORK ?o THE TRADE
br aoactel Xot of CkMtaaat.
iasvamt m. jm.
KBrrM. , . . .
mtm OF SAFES,
&! .mmit m 4k
iy 2 L- Jr KJ Y o
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures In
Stock Except Allotypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Sper-tat attention paM to rramltls:. ItPelMln, Movlnn amt Doxlnc rtctnres ami Mirrors.
tSW THEOU&I LIIB
The Great Poughkeepsie Bridge.
ON AND AFTER JUNE 30
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS
Will be run through from Washington to Boston without change via B. & O.
It. 'It., the Poushkccpsic Bridge Line nmt the Boston anil Maine R. It.
Leave Wasliigon 2:50 P. M, Arrive Boston Next Morninir at 8:20
The train runs into the Cnuscwny-strcct Station of the B. & M. R. R.
at Boston, anil passcngors Tor nil points in Maine, tho White Mountains anil
the Maritime Provinces avoid a long stage transfer across Boston.
For Tickets anil Bleeping Car space apply to B. & 0. Ticket Agents,
010 anil 1301 Pennsylvania avenue, or Depot, corner New Jersey avenue
nmlC street. JuSO.tt
FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
Corner 7th st.
) 3034. south side Water St., West Washington.
LUMBER YARD FOB SALE.
Sprague Square has been sold. We
used the ground for the Storage of our
surplus stock oi Lumber. The Lumber
MUST GO. Come up and get our present
LOW - OUT 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 oft" the
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LlBBEY, BlTTIKGER & MlXUR
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N, W.
r- 'ijfaiywiu .iJi)!!Uri'l u' "'' '" " L S I
j. J -Sfc V 1HBOW AUO BC plAKlp0t Too cant V
,.'hMM J hukt nt That trukk Bcame. from KnE5S1
BUT YOUE TEUIKB AUB HAEMS
ALL KIN DS OF
and R. I. avc, Washington.
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY.
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
WTlofswr sirt Rstsll Dralers In
Qrn Wsirww go to Alt Psrts of tho 1 1 7
IltetwIrUK Mount nsnt
CALI-SOR, S7t ftnd M.
Look Out for tlie White Wagons!
Ualf jmorc anil Ohio Railroad,
Prhedttle In BrTect Jnnfl 34, 1333.
leave Washington trom sts'lon r irncr of
For OftrAwo iiml Kftr!hwt rl'v-cf,),, nA !
Limited express dally nj a m, cxi.rcss
Ftm CivrisATi, Rt. lonls and Indlanap, I.s.
express dally, J SO and II p m
FOr I'lrrseriw and CleTelaod, cxiircsida.lr
9 so a m and 8 40 pm.
For tjtxiinmH ami points In Ihe-Shcaan
doh sirey, 11 90 am.
for j iKcRKSTiR ami way 8latlons 15.30 pra.
For LrRAt ts 30 ami . p m
FM DAttiMORE, week days, JO 00, (in.
?i?,'P. (8.00 45-mlnute), 8 30 9 10 ftiw.
1S.O0. 45-mtnntes) a m, !, a l.-'f 4
minutes) (3 is INmlnmos)t w,4 W, 4 ?r),4 j
(4 50, tS-mlnntes) 5 80 eoo. 61- 0 90 7 ij.
.,8,9 50,10)1andlI10nm 8u-tlay
4.l,7!.?0. 8.S0, 9JK m'iKOO, 4" m'n
tiles) 100, tin, (2 50, 45mlnatt) if, i'
iS' .W?'Jb mlnntes) 6.00, 6.13, 0 20, Kl,
SJ6, lOJN. 11 30 p m.
For Wat Stations between VaMnston anl
taltlmoro. 8.00, 6.3R.H30 a rr, U 10, j -3, 4 -J,
6 90, 11 30 p m. Sundays, 8.J0 a ta, I.oj
Tbaiks lfate Iialtimoak fir Wa htnstan.
week days. 5 00, 6 , 610, 7 11, 7 SO, 800,
8 JO, 8 85. 0 30 and 10., 10 35 srn V 00, U 10,
Z 10, S 30, 2 SO, 4 CO, 4 15, 3 Al . 00, fl M. 7 00,
Sundays, 6 30,7.15,8 30. 8.S1, 1 '.lOSO.lojk.
am; is w, 1 00. g. 10, 8 30, 4 IT, , J, 0 50,7.00,
7.30. 8 JO, 8 30VIO.IO, 10.3O and , p m
ron ANArous. 030 ana htu
490 D m. Rimrfflpa. ftAI t
3 10 and
Leave Annanolls fl.35. R.srn
1 zi p m.
U03, 3. DO
ntu. Rnnilnrs. r no n m a f.i
Fon stations on the Mctropo.
""w, in., h in, i id 11 in
stations only. tlo.40a m , H Dl
FOR HocKTlM.ie And U'nv Rtnll.
F05 riAtTnEiKBtino and Intcrm
5 tirap m.
Tw, jiooo, tn 00 a m, tl.C
f9 45. 110 00. Ml 00 pm.
Fon Ikiro's and Intermediate
lc 13.00, "5.33,
Cmncti train leaves Washington on SundaJ
ui 1 1 j, m, siopninR nv an srwtions oji Jioi
Fon Fnriir.mcK 16.3019.30, I9.W, 111.30 n m,
11.15 lj.30.tl 30pm. .
For Haokimtowx, 110 10 am ami ISTOp ra.
Trains arrive from Chicago dal fy at 11 nam
and 4 10 pm; from Cincinnati lind St. Louis
dally 3 SO am and SOS p m; fibm llttsburt
7.10 a m. B w p m dally. f
NEW YonK rillLADKLrniA DIVISION.
Fon New YonK, Trenton. Newnfi , N..tand
Elizabeth. N.J .Mrs, t8.00. ! on, ia.o0a
m.,"S.60,4.G0and 10.30p.m. ,aoll'rlor
Carson atl daytratns. blccpI'l'Carontho
10p.m,opcn atooop m. 1
Fon l'liiLAntLrniA, iaT, too, '"0.0O, 'liOO
noon, s .10, i.bo, a 13 and li.-. p. m
Fon Newark, Del. Wilmington h Id Chester,
4.05. is (X)n. m. OOnoon, iM.y l JO, 0.13
For iNTinMEtiiATK points hetweet Ilalllmoro
and riilladclpliln. 13.00 and rsc 1. m,WJO,
4 M0 p. tn.
Trains leavo Now York for ashlnntin,
? . til 30 a in. '3.00, 3 SO, S p tn. ana
Tbains IonVo Philadelphia for WashWin,
iji, ! 1. o.is. 'iijs a m, tl w, 'in,
Fon Boston. i.M p m. with milrrl a llnrfet
bleoplnir Car ninnies: through la tlotton
wlthpot iliange.rts.'l'etighlioppsle IlrlJge.
JandlDK patsengers ta 11. & M station at
For AtunticCitt,4 0S and 10.00 a m .0
npoj, lO.so p m. Sundays, 1.03 a m and
FOll MAY niDOE.
WerK pats, 0.15 a m.. 130, l. p m Son
days, 9 35 a m 1 30, ,1 Wpm.
LsA e Dat lttimr. wiek days, 6 33, 8.03 p m.
MlLdays, 8.0O. 9 00 11 m.
tExceiit sumlay. 'Daily, JSanday only.
Iianaire called for and chorked from
Itotels and residences by I'nlon Traiifer C'j.
pn orders lelt at ticket offlces. 010 and 1331
l'a. ave. and at depot,
J. T. OllKLL, CHAS, O. SCI LL.
lien. Manager. uen. l"asi. An t-
Tho Groat PonnsylvanIuRoutol
To tbe North, West and Southwest.'
Doable Traok. Splendid Scenerr.
Meet Kails. Magnificent Kauipment
In effect May 11, 1800.
Trains leavo Washington, from station, cor
ner of blitli and 11 streets, as follows:
Fon riTTSBvno and the West, Chicago L'.mltel
Bxpress of 1'ullman Vestlbuled Cars at
lU.S)a m dally; Fait Lino, 10.5O a m dally
to Columbus and St. Louts, with SleosInK
Car from I'lttsburz to Columbus- dally.
excei. Saturday, to Cblcap), with S neplna
Car Altoona to Chleogo. bt. Louls.C bl ago
and Claclnnatl Kxpress, au pn daily.
l'arlor tar Washington to Ilarrliburg anj
bleeplBg Cars IlarrUburg to bt. LouU, tut
latiuand Cincinnati, and Dlnlnir lar IUr
rUburKtn bt. LouU. Western Kiire, at
T.40pm daljy,ltli bleeping Cars Waihln
V'?. to Cblesgo end St Louli.connectinc
dally at llarrlsburg with through Meepara
for Louisville and Memphis, l'aclttc Kt
presj, 10 00 ib il. Ily, for llttsburg and tha
oJ?t,M.,y1iU thr.0UMj'. W"!' to HtUburg,
and lnttsburg to ClU 120.
BALTIMOKK AND FuTOMAC RAILUOAD.
PKi5.,CaBandalgua. Ko beter and N!'
Bgara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Fo.Erie. Caaaudaigua and Itjichester daily;
for Uuffalo and Magara daily, except Sat'
urday.Wo pm.witUSIeeplnif tar Wasb-
luetull to RorbAtAr.
Fo Wiuiam.punt, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
at W.W a oi dally, except bunday,
Fob iLUAiwroiiT dally, sup in.
toa 1'HILAIlELPUIl. Nuw Yurk ami tl
7.M 900. tlMaiid 1140a m, 10, 3 IT, 4 JO,
5.R MM and ll.l p m. On bunday, 9 00,
11 Man. a. 10. 3.1a. 41. lOO) an J 1 1 j) n m
9.W a m dairy, except Sunday,
For New Yens: us.lt. Limited Bxprc j w"t!i
FOB FHILAbKLPUIA nulr. 1hit frrnp,-, a tl .
m. week-days, and LDO pm daily Rxjreis
buadav OBlr. . 1ft n m '
Ftm Uuxuk wltluMit ctaage.jn pm every
FobBbooki.T!i,N Y all through tra'mor
at Jersey City whh beats of Br kya
ABuex, aatodiag direct trausitr tout a
Jlreet avuitliaK double ferrlase arrai
Vm ATLAkTio Citt, 11 W a in week-days,
ll a) p dally. '
Vl2L ft'rjyt0! J.T 8-w- 9 00. 9.W. 10 00.
tJ". llj aa IL a u W.06, W. 3 1 ', 4 7j,
11 3) pst. Ob SusuUr 9ta. 9.U3. 10. ,ji 10
Fo K.' Cuajoi Una, 7 J a u and 4 30 pra
..dally, except Sunday.
Pob Amumiu, rMMiMa.m. UM an 1 1 30
l ss sVuly, ttxsMtjt SaiMUy. buudayi, 4 Jd
WASHUfaVOK SOUTH B8K RAILWAY,
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