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NLmDAY EVENIHGh JULY 2, 1890.
The Daily Critic
JtfHMsrfs Refrltrer'ttor., ltnbr
rffte. trte . Kte.
fit repr Ne installment estaMl
lewtvaiit Kxnwif at ow and K Seremh
cjnwosT im is now Bnwnw om
tcfMrcMtor Refer CarrMafS. aM
Mines of wd nseifea Mr the tr-
fl sold on a cali st- on eany
HWesjHMtai ft O.'fi trnpreesnHnttert ib
esjajsissist yet fnt read tnsrr rswgalns
nttnrr t oak buret n, 1 rlresd, 1 wasti-
, l pair or feather pillow, l STira larpra
e, nne reea cnmirnw i wire mai.roa.
serviceable and ieirable artlel?.
IT na. for the mau mm oi sis w
offer 6 chair, an a six foot st
able for the srnrllni and nnnrwe
nrtronf m m And amtn. osn too
tanwa Iks UMI1 nm of 10t tf no see nnr 7-
Meet oak dining mom nltt. It is a dat.y, and
ifc pH h n!mot nominal.
Tt. H HornnTOH Co
ISi ft 191 F st S VT
The Natttttml Safe Iepwlt Uomrmny.
Iter, ldth St. nmt N. V Avenne.
jtiatsssja) tot Ml? ansst. Jewelry. LaAes.
QM imi awl rttMkta of all kinds.
(MM moderate Safe detwstt hoses for
M the rerr lowest rates
sarin lamb and WisMnt-ton dwased
nil- . ..I in
THE POLICE INVESTIGATION.
Nwlteity Sml to VTnnt to Swenr to
Yesletdav afternoon the Commission
er, took their tint official aeUon In re
gaiil to I be polte investigation. Some
tftivs w Major Moore saM that lie
eonhl not consistently sign the obargw
In the fotrn in which ttiey bad been
ramie tin They were merely altklavlts,
ke wld, nude ly dlfterent tnen, ami
the sbartre contained in them had lieen
The Commissioners then referred the
evidence to District Attorney IlMlelon,
was jesurtlny afieinwn forwarded the
Cumiulastoneis the following communi
Omen or -in Attok( ron thr
Drrrirr of Coixmbia, July I
Jim. Htnrj) M. Itobtrl, Vomtmtttoner oftkt
IHMriH if (Wi.mfcm
Sin: M aaatstant, Mr. Richardson, left
with ie a package of papers, which Involve
efcMrir statements and cltftrRe against cer
tain eOkera of tbc police feme, ana lie re
nOrle tbat he wae Instructed by ou ver
bally tliat, tn case .Major Moore (feollned to
sUt theae Gbarget, jou reHeeteU me to
Sect km d of the rules ami regulation, as
to trial and defense of this kind, provides
at follows: "Chnrsies preferred aealnst any
Member of the police force must be in writ
lor and sworn to or antmied. Hut this snail
not apply to complaints or cbarces made
by any Cowtnbwtouer, tbe major, captain
or any lieutenant, mho may charge simply
In w rfclne." H ' '
You will observe that this exception does
net laohtda any member of tbe Attorney's
ultke And a the law tnd no ettarpre of
the kind would lw valhlslgned by me, uti
le awotu to also liyaie. Of course you
(ltd not expect me to make oath to these
t baiget, bavlnff no teroiiaI knonlealffe of
the subject matter therein contained. ih.'e
mat l err fall properly under the Jurisdiction
pfttaaMIy of Commlxalnner Hlno. Hut no
(Mnbt j oh could make tbe chance without
atltatlnft to tbe truthfulneea of the tame, at
the language I "b) any coinmlttlouer."
Hut In nuetlloM of t'hU klnd.lt seems to
m that ine sanction of at least a majority
of IbaHnanl of C'ommlaalonera should be
XtMW to tbe Institution of such roceel
inga v. Uaa they emanate from any one of ita
iBewfaera, as they are grave and important,
and him, in tbe end, to be of any effect,
fall under Ibe action and jurisdiction of at
least a majority of tbe board.
I do not presume at this time to pas
either upon tbe fotui or tbe merits of tbe
charge submitted for my signature, as that
would be going; beyond the scope of your
verbal request, and In declining tosigu the
charge f do to very respectfully, a you
yowrtelf see that the law f urnlthe a goed
end suitlefettt reason for so doing-. I with
hold the paper anbjeet to your further
w4er Voww truly,
auoa C. IlaiTos,
Attorney for tbe District of Columbia.
There acema to he a difference of
opinion anions; the Cmmieelonrg m to
the HMnner In which testimony should
m given. Colonel Robert atltl maln
talne that the charge should be made by
the whole board in tbe form of an order.
CetMwleeioner II Ine objeeta to brlngleg
Into the invcaUgalioa matters that go
back threo or four yeara or longer. He
iaasftta that all charge should be sworn
to before they we allowed to carry any
Oonteitluir fur Tennis Uonor.
Tie eloalag con teat between Barnard
and UuUenrorth for the teneU eham
piooahip of Le Droit Park and the
Itelneck ttojthy took place yesterday
afternoon. The work of the tuo men
vrae very fine, but that of llutterworth
nartteularly deeerved the applause given
by the apeetalore. After an exciting
eooiant Kutusrwerth won, the score
beinf 8 i. 0 8. 5 7, 8 1. In the after
nooat Dojle and Oineei beat ISrookg and
Wright in the jtrie double by a score
of M, 4 9, 8 8. Tbe winner will play
William and Barnard, the anal, for
the second nrine on Saturday next The
secetul priae tangles and double it ill be
Aelthid this we It
i.l'(4oet f Ur 1114 a Meetiaic,
A Haeeeing of Use Union Ex Prtsoneta
i( War JUaodattou was held last even
legatSt! Svejtih Utit to nleat ilnle
nana to Use tuaiunai eonveacioa In Hu
ton, August IS Hubert M Donald and
W. If. Xtutwell were elected ikiegate
ead Cnpealn J P Perley elected to the
lectetaMilp t" take the piaee of Cap-
WflHaan P Pierce, who waa re
cently aMotabad Uniltal Stole Coul
Wrmtmm The wtaaattni; wa presided
wet hf OulooadA von Ilaalte, and
akosM twenty nt metnben wew eeeaeni.
WnttUie Mm Vtier Msu
TW fCtttey wrtseri are navisg tn un
WU edMence of It these dy, as the
nee on their trail all over the city.
Sutton yesttrday afternooa ar-
naejjtt Thif til Wallaee and Fsaach Km
nnaf Maeiia Cesser lietwf suH Baiiey
link In Frank Mllkr, JoaeoA Hennlss,
fienit Tlsoinpsoei and Janae iofdon.
Tliey fumlahea (30 colnteral each and
vpJttdeaMUtd juty trials when their cases
scat taw Puflce Court
Bf H M4A4At4ifi ii CflkteAlAUMtV
'TkePiXTtot AuMy of m of
Iriy erit5iiiVo &t tlM Tjnii'iiriftrf o
nWNHpwT MrWPsM WUX MQHsVi
f Hhfi imU Will MWnwMf
B. fciariajt of KMHutckj.
X UJLx flimP IwrT$h9iT mm
A Iwge nmwber of sntiiatof visked
tennis courts tuj B stitet, btwM
t Ldili'i U siittu BOtthtutal, ye-
. . alurou '" -ws. Bialr. Byrne
. ii il i ,-etlatsafuMa. Th
. .Li i u i"rid i
Mr JIUst)SJB4e, tTnSMMtjyt.
1 . i jat.iaisirfceol tfce htte Uoorge
. K i lxjix wete held at Wky M
i ( .. .:tii ettidy aiteeaoon. and
.. , ,'.ls auaaadad by An Odd F4
ukbuh ordti be was a member
i uiua Lstt tu WwUstt fM
,os while s yousf nan, and vw
a filil r hy tiad
WON FROM THE HARTFORDS BY
EFFORTS It) mmi THE FWWGHISE
A Sink CMnfiKjr pffitl...A f wiiiire
lint iky smmi wi tke Tun
The ft thnt the Waehtngton Clnlf
mnde n aanhtnment hnd notMng to do
with the playing of. the team ywteitifty.
Tie men played j as hard, If not a
harder, game than has characrefined
their work of late, and won a well
earned victory Maloney waa pnt in to
i Itch for the home team, but the TMtors
fell on his delivery in the third inning
and ptnimkd ont five rnns tt gave
tl cm a 'earl, ami in order to save the
game Stttltvan substituted Underwood,
who pitched winning ball thereafter
?alli, who was attch a puxale to the
"Washington's when that team played in
Hartford, evidently lost his cunning, for
the boys fairly slaughtered him, maklnit
seventeen bits, many of which were for
more than single bases Had Stalb not
received excellent support in the field
the defeat would have been overwhelm
ing. Underwood was alto exeeilflntly
snppotted, Dader ami Jordan making
several phenomenal catches of appar
ently safe hits.
"i esterday's defeat crowds the Hart
fords into last place, for Wilmington
won from Jersey City, and got out of
the bote in which it lifts been locnted all
season. The Wilmington and Hartford
teams play to-day, and the games will
decide which will be consigned to lait
The last year's champions, the
Worcester, meet the Wasldnetons to
day at Capitol Park, weather permitting.
Daniels will pitch for the local team
and Stafford for the visitors. The
homo team has struck a winning gait,
and a good game can be looked for,
The assignment mado by the Wash
Ington Club yestorday was the all-ab-sorblng
topic of conversation among
ball people. There was considerable
diversity of opinion as to whether the
club would be continued, but tbo gen
eral opinion seemed to be that there
vas too much self pride here to allow
the club to be disbanded.
Already a movement Is on foot to
purchase tho team and put It on tt
feet The scheme was briefly outlined
in yesterday's Cnmc. to capitalise a
stock company at $10,000, divided Into
fitly ihares of $800 each. It is thought
thtre will not bo any trouble in getting
twenty five or thirty gentlemen to put
up the necessary amount. The fran
chise can Imj purchased Cry cheaply
and a handsome surplus left with
which to purchase players and leave a
tultlclcnt balance in the treasury with
which to carry on the team The
movement will take deAnlte shape
within tho next few day and an offer
made to the assignee for the franchise.
Mr. Ileuett Is willing logo into the
company to n limited amount, but lie
docs not want a very large sliare of it.
Canvassers will commence work to day
or to morrow to see If they cannot get
Ihe requisite subscriptions, and the en
couragement the Idea has already re
ceived seems to Justify the prediction
that It will be successful.
With a little strengthening tho team
would be a strong a any In the Asso
ciation, and If it were fighting for the
pennant with any chance of winning It
the attendance would be Urge enough
to make the venture a profitable one.
The now organisation would be free
from debt, and with an assured Income
from the games sultlclcnt to pay all ex
lentea aa it west along. The promoters
of the plan are sanguine of succeeding,
and will use every endeavor to keep the
In the event of the plan not succeed
ing ami the club being ditbanded, there
Is every reason to believe tbat another
uub will be located here within a abort
time. The Ilrooklyn team of the
American Association it In financial
distress and Kennedy could be easily
induced to transfer it to this cltv.
There was a rumor last night that John
11. Day was seriously thinking of
putting the New York League team
here, but the rumor Is too ridicu
lous to attach any credence to.
Tbe League would not allow Day to
desert New York in the present fight
with the Brotherhood and leave an open
neld for the enemy, The only sub
stantial hope that the Washington en
thuslasu have for a continuation of
baseball in this city is the reorganisa
tion of the present club, or the transfer
here of the Brooklyn Association team.
The outlook is exceedingly bright for
the retention of the neent team, how
ever, and so we nay all be kapo? yet,
notwithstanding Mr Hewett't assign
TlianklBc be CuuiuilMWtta
'iheie as a fairly weUaUendul
nmting of the FtdtwaiiM of LatsM Uat
right to consider Use queatio of nay
to Disliicl laborers The following
ii solution was adopted and forwarded
to the CrMstniittioaers
Wtereat the District Cam wist fanwr. in
a w dance wttb the extrtttat wish ol the
r'd etfaw of Labor, have ptoteyrtr issued
n us&mt that the wages of public laborer
shall be Uniterm throughout the District
salMd, Tbat the TedaraUna of Labor
ceeatneads tfeas jest as$, and sx&sesses the
bofe that a fwrUsar caajiitrtrfon of Uw
nssniew will BtQeen the Gsttstlttioaaws at
ast earbf day W datset the oaearvsaee tf the
day's work and 19 as a day's pay fur all
Itytunui 1st is tttusawar.
Tbe horses vtarhtut to a carrtasje b
loaging to IL H Dodge and drives by
J. B. UvUtgstoa took frfcW m Du.
Ifa,fftft avenue yi'StriTlty, aftnsoon and
he had Just aHghtrrt is frost fit
Id scat and sustainffl sgsjne vey bad
easts and lirtsisea- 71)$ vedeit was con
skkraUy cUsuagtd by content La cotv
Uti wiik sereta) Uee-owte-
Mrs. Fred 6- Moffat died last even
intr s&iostle after o'eloeat as feh nrfMnii
of br fatbet fa) law, F W Mtafsl. ibe
Ub 4iOCU&4 Of HI tasiUll, (siiJ. JjU tftMi-
bAfid. Whti ktd ItastU fcuai Mr siMafi Wf ttSaW-
lswiFa sa Mtpat "wstp viaaiavi4ssB'enaaa iv snsppBtF
gsapja, only feachel her bedeleW sjhont
tisne before death caws' She eras the
dugfattw of Or F b rUrhiirta, eutatat
of tie Cvtcjixu An GaJlvry
MilllWislMI Tisfihnltaf iaMJ PiaTel
l jftMtsflnUf IS Statist SMMaMsttaL
t fpB sa inspav gsjajnaBrWwaip
11a rtf pyy 1 y ajaia ftattrnnil
aeu ua Tburav. Julv 8.
ticket ituin Washlngtn) to
Crjr, Cate May or & Itla die. M. J..
at tht low Eat of 5 fur the roiiad tti.
Tht- tkket will U guod tfatag Ottfif
on the 11 a. to train ttuuilUmmsm
and Fotoeaat. utiju curner Uam ajtd
B atieets. oo ThussiUy Jtuy 8. sad
uod W 4tu u wg secular ttsia.
TROUBLE IN LABOR CIRCLES
Ibe Tj pocrnphlcn! t nlon and the
l'rccomen nt Loegerhends
Three month ago there was a separa
Hon by a majority of the local pressmen
from the Typographical Union, who
aflllfetod VhemelTes with the Inter
national Printing Pressmen's Union
The object of the change was to bring
about a greater solldltv in the press
nan's craft and in hope that ft would
make easier the takof craft legMirtfoii.
All the down town pressmen, save in
one establishment, joined in the move
ment as well as a majority In the Gov
Sttbwqmrrtly the officers of the Ty
pographical I nion held a meerlnc to
taae steps lookinir toward the crowning
ont of the Government Printing Ofllce
of the leading spirits In the new organl
atlrn. Charges have now been made
of conspiracy to Injure the Typograph
ical Union against James Hardy, K.
A Duff, Frank Frasier, Dunn ami
A W. Lewis, ami coupled with the
charges is a request to Public Printer
Palmer that he recognize the Typo
graphical Union as the representative or
ganisation for pressmen and that lite al
leged conspirators bedlsckarged. There
may lie a strike at the Government
Printing Office. Mr. Palmer is credited
with saying that he cannot give In to
any extraordinary demands, and that
If any should go on a strike for so
trivial a cause tuey would never again
get a footing in Ihe Government Print
Excursion to St. I'nttl, Minn,
Xbe National Educational Association
coHTettes at St. Taut, Minn., July 8, ami for
this occasion the ltaltlmore and Ohio Kali
road will sell ercurston tickets from Wash
ington to St. Paul and return at rate of
I80.&0 for the round trip.
Tickets will be sold for all trains July 1,
3, 8, 4, and ft, and valid for return passage
until July 17, Inclusive. Parties desiring to
do to can have tbelr tickets extended until
September 35 by depositing same with the
Joist agent at St. Paul.
Excursion tickets to St. Paul and return
at correspondingly low rates will also be
sold from all other principal stations on
Baltimore ami Ohio Itallroid.
Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
Elizabeth, N. J., June 93, IMS.
I'bts is to eertiir tbat I bare used for soma
months with mush satlsfastton, the comblaa
tkw of reeaedle, for lleadaobe, known as
Urtwa' Ileadaehe Troebes. Tbe romsdy
earee more headache, especially uoh a af
fect Nervous Women, than anything tarn
acquainted with, and It this c-enlUoate will
be the meant ot bnnelng It to the favorable
attention 'of toUerers from tbat trouble, I
shall feel that I have done them a service.
L. It. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
told by all Druggists or sent by Mall on lie
ctriM of ITtee.
BRI&GS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH. N. J.
RAMSEY & BISBEE,
ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR.
Btiefs, Arguments, Speeches and Bvery
Description of Book Work Promptly
Executed in FirstvClass btyle.
Color Printing and Neat and Tasty
Designs for CoeaRMfeiat Priming
PRESSWORK FOR THE TRADE
EXTRACT OF BEEF
Makes the purest, cheapest and heat
I'lUMl iueu Uatoriu ttoek far Soupa,
buuttM uud Slude IlUIie.
One nswys4 of Ustrajpf of Hef eaaat to fort v
wtwnrti ftf toaa heef "of tea YaJntMif s
Tf .. tisutuae oaly
V Q astaown.
tw tesecal aat ef
njeaenBiienjpi eef enenep-
w im if NLittE;
w 'areiWgtJlniaT wawanF twi'r
P W BtW WiRsTjaspipi Jipsp enjtsj eMa nflBj
The Bankrupt Sale
Which Has BGen Going On at 311 Seventh
Su eet Northwest, Will Continue for a
SHORT TIME LONGER.
It is the chance ol a lifetime to bay Clothing at
' these prices, This slock is from a large manurarr
turer who has failed, and must be sold to make im
NOTE THE PRICES BELOW:
Men's Brery Day rants, seeswet Mi 81. Detteriorade rant. St: worth It.
All-wool Pants, In Cheviot, Wonted a nd Oastlnere, at $1.75, rejr? ar retc. $M
Hue Dress rants, in thirty style, eomprts Imported W&reteus. OaseflHere,
l herhrts, e.rs Sam, i i and ss; iwwtn from $9 to sw , ... ....
Men's Every Day Snlts it e, worth $5 50. Better erade, nearly alt wooMIt
worth SS ,
All-wool Cheviot snlt at $ B? worth JH , ,
Nobby l)res Snlts, In twenty stylw, eemprlslwt Faitey Wetiteo. Cheviots, OaM
Mere,Tweedso.lat SSBOandilO; worths) ...-.. .. . .....-
.fine Itarjorted Worsteds, WaiwoaU. corkserews, WMe Wales, ttdrtystytes.at Srt
and tit; positively worth $80 or money refanded.
We call your attention to a number of Merebant Taltee Matte SntlswMsh were
made to measure for MS, 810 and 815, to be sold at LIBS THAN HALF FIU0K.
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHIHG III URGE VARIETY.
Knee rants from 15o. np
Sailor Suits, from i to 18 year, at see.
Large Line ot Mohair Flannels, Serges, roagee Silk, Alpaem
Coats and Vests. .... . . . , . .
Men's 8oersncker Ceats and Vests, forty st7lw. atSOe.t
Bear fn Mfnd: Every Garment Warranted lo be Perfect In Every Respect
and of This Season's Production,
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Si, Below D Street.
Important to All People Leaving the
Citf 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
fe Pack in
With nothing to distinguish them as
Send for Circular and Priee List
614 FOURTEENTH STREET.
lit)? titreet Mirlhaoht
The Qtiaat BtUhli.ha.1 PruUl Bona In
9AWjmm von tuunuui, urn woswc
tJMtWlt?AS8SP BY Atf Y ttOUSB
A aiaaeiaJ Uksa al the Latest NneaWM as
wttesia CMta a inTUataoti &aM Besv
LliOAL IVMXK A St'tWlAUTV
AaatBverrKht d aeak Pilatlas
JstestttttsMl Aft Ast IsjGrPtMst Bftstekl
TStsWsttstts CAIJ. S n.
AjBsi fMnt ti ftfattUU hftaW aisaJ BauOanL.
rjicrr IHse"' &r t5tHsff s'nstf StafltjBnnRBB tttnnsny
WM. U. CAJUT ft 00.
iaWi.S III Mi hi -WlHt eaVtWB
M LBBansBsBaaaaR a? "'' HMtVff f tppejetnjpBnaaav
I ll!JJLtlJO EBlE? TttattV-aa4yafasT
tfk- ' .aentaWity opposite Hltit-f finimtfT
o(mu am u. a .mtAnm.
FROM OUR VAULTS
Grand, U, rgbt ani Square
Special attention of purchasers la lurUo4
"NSW AKTUiTIC bTYLBS '
JHaWiud in Tiatlans of
-Hieanar ojcOsUtivx akt."
WAstoti bob juarr
taoonrl ha art naantas ail Mae.
Wm.Knabb Ss Co.,
817 Market Sftaec
MtWMUl AMU JiHJtTAVJtAlfTti.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
TtUI cat TMrT . n
last aatt ftireat litatei as the etay- las-
JAMM E. CttWWUhsa,
sjut mtuux Am a v
i. WOOOUV Pr0tife
Mc pi R O Vf
Jtiun J8niiiii,a A. j A yawns"
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
Etchings) Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Plctores In
Stock Except Artotypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Special attention raid to Ffamtne. RetrlMlnr, Moving and Boxing Pictures and Mirrors
BiaBjannejSi, t0 as dASh Bajaintnjent atnaBinitr . sat.
FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AHD BLINDS,
Estimates1 Furnished on Any Kind of
) Corner 7th st.
3034, south side
A LUMBER YARD FOR SALE,
Sprague Square has been sold. We
used the ground for the Storage ol our
surplus stock ol 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 off the
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
Libbey, Bittinger & Miller
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
James B. Liambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $ I J 5 and $ 1 .50.
MAKE m OS CflFfEE IH 16 03 15 H1H0TES.
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest,'
MMtfesMsPylHHOW AMD BC MAJCOl YOU CANY
H, in. jB!leBBBtHfcJfli liiillil. 1 111 I' 1 . ,. JJKZ- . s 2. J
BUY YOUE TRUNKS AID I1MBSS
MA, KIN D3 OF
and R. I. avc, Washington.
Water St., West Washington.
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY.
924 Pennsylvania Av
tnjsiil(i ana Hstsli Dosiera ' 9
OIK Waaww go to AH Psrts of the ( tr
CAU-ms, m and W.
Look Out for the While Wagons
Baltimore niul Ohio Railroad,
lcli8dnt In Btreet Jnno K, lijo,
Leave Vastmifcton Irom station r ; 1
Fns CHteAan iwl Tfnrtlitnt.f .
Llmlfsil eapress chitly 11 a m. ts x
so p m.
tmumii.iAn, ov. ixrninna l"JiaspvIS.
sintM dallr. 1 sn ami linnm
Pnn nrnnriw and Cleveland cx.rcada.r
n Iaxiirw ami twlnts In tho Shenaj
ums vBJiBj-, ii.m m
FSnwtiwnsstsnamt war Slatw n3 Jpm,
Fn Tjjbxt tS JO and 8 tf p m
FUt nawixonz. TrMk dars. 4 0'. nna a ss
Tjai, t an, w 00 4S-Tnmnte), a v, 9 30 ii 1 00,
lSJo, 4Valmits am, 1 10 i l, 1 ! w. 4 v
ntas) lxj, 2.1 (SBO, 4Bmtnnte) 9" , 4 so.
-w vry 9 .v I air. aKT V i IIS , i . (A"s
8J5,IS9, 11 30 pro.
Pnn Wat Brim1 betwetn W ah'nston and
i altlaoro. s.oo, 8as,S30 n m, J- 10 AC, 4 "3,
5 U P m .Bundays, 8 30 a tn, l.o
3S",44,SE0, HSOp m
Tbaiks mate IiAinxoRE for Wah'ncfon,
week dajs. 5 00, o so, 6 , f 15, 7ao, soo.
w ww, o.wf, v ot ami &vc', (v xiaiu, iui.,,(ii,
2.10, 2M, 960, 4 00, 4 15, S 00, 8 00, S ), 00,
E.IU, tJK), J, 4 TO, 4 15,TUl,
T.SO. 8JW, 8 30, 9 M, 10 10, 10 0 1
Sundav. S30, 7 IV S 30. 8 S. 9
a rn; it m, x. a.io, s ao, 4 15, t
0 , 10J, 10 V.
i. oo. e so. 7 no.
. .ou, o v, o ;, iu iu, w ai arm uwpm
Fon AN.NArou. e ss and 8 a rn, u 10 an t
4M p m. snndnrs, 81 a rn, in p m
Ltavo Annapolis 0J, 8 37a m, 12.05, ss)
pm. Gundars.8 30am, i 55pm
Fon statioss on the .Metropolitan nranrh,
1830, J.30 n m, f I 18 p m Forprtnrlpat
stations onlr. tio 40 a tn , tl 30 and MMsm.
Fon Hoorviu-e and Vt ay Blatlon. U ss p m.
Fon GArminsBURa and intermed'atn polnti.
tare, iiooo. tii.ro a m, tioo, t3.oo, 5,
Fon lloru'a and Intermediate stations, 7.00
Cnuncn train leaves Washington on San'taj
AA'aan i . . "... . ' "
nil 1 1 ii in. siopping nt au siauons ci siec
Pon rnsnaaicK to 30 $3.30. J9 30, tllJO a m,"
11.15. tS ). tIJMnm.
Fon ItAecMTOMrn, fio 10 am and ts.10 p m
Tiuins nrrlvo Irom ailonco dally at 11 43am
and 4 10 p ra: Irom Cincinnati ana Rt Lonls
dal Ir 3 so a m and 2 05 p m; from llttsbari
7.10 a m, 5 60 p m Uallv.
NEW YOriK A rniLADKLrniA DIVIStON.
Fon Man Vonn, Trenton, NeTrark, N J , and
Bllzaboth. N.J. '4 OS, t3XW, lOOo, li00a
m a.60, 4 to ami 10 30 p. m lluffct I'arlor
cars on all dny trains. Bleeplnir car on tho
10 W p. m open nt 9 00 p m
roHl'iiit-AiiiiriiiA, 05, t3.00, 'iOXKK iiM
noon. so, lio, 8 15 and 10 10 p m
Fon Niwahk, Del.. Wilmington and I hestor,
J 05. tS ooa.m. I3 00noon,2 50, I50,8.15
nnd 10 30 p.m.
Fon iNTinMtniATt polnti Ijetvceon Kalllmoro
nrnl 1'hllaOeliHilfl. 15.00 and 7 20a m.tjo,
l&0 p. m.
TnAt.vfl loavo New York for Wnshlig'sn,
soo.tiiaon m.'jpo, j0,300pn ana
TnAtKs ls.vo Philadelphia for Wahlnstsn,
4JI, 'ili, 'S.!, 'iM a m, tl w, Mt
las, ? a p m
Fon Uostok, t.S0 p ra, with I'nllman tlalct
Slenfxnff Car rnanlna; thronah n Ucs a
without obaiwe.vla Touslik psioli iw
IsDdlnc patsener In U. AM stit'jaat
Fon Atlantic CiTr, 1 0 and 10 00 n ra t?0J
ttcon. 10.50 p m. Bundara, 4 03 a ra au I
1'Olt I1AV KIDOK.
WlIK BATS. 9.15 1 m, 190,430 pu 8 J3
daa, a m 1 SO. X15 1 m.
Leate IIav IfiDax.Wfek days, C 30, M nm,
MiDdays, 8.00. v CO p m.
tBxeept Sunday 'Dally. JinniiT ra'y,
IlaaEe called for and choi ked from
Itotal and residences by I nlon Tru ufer t j.
on orders lIl at ticket oftlce-', IU aid 1 31
Fa. ave. and at depot
J. T. ODKLL, CIIA8 O SCl'LL.
Gsn. Manager. Pen Vass.Aa't
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest;.
Donble Track. SulandM Bcenerr.
bteel Kails, Mairntflcant Uiu jcit'
In effeet May 11, n.
Tralus leave Wathlneton. from station, cor
nt r oi cum ana u sireeit, as luuotvs:
Fan 1'imnenu and the West. Chicago Limited
Bxprett of i'ullroan estlbaled Cam at
lSJOa m dally; Fast Line. 10 u a m da'.y
to Columbus awl St Louis, with b eepluir.
Car Irom Ilitbnrr to tolnmbo da y,
exeent Saturtlay, to tbkago, with t eeplnz
Car Altoona to Chicago. St. T-oul J. I u ji;j
and ClBoluuatl Kxpreu, i lo p m da: y,
TariorCar Waiblnctonta IlarrfbarB ail
bleeping Car Ilartl.bure to sr Louu, t '
taauand Chulnnati, and Dions larllir
rtatmncto M.Louis Western Kxpre-t at
T.W pm dally, with Sleeping i an V a' -;
long to Chicago and M LouK connectjig
dally at llarrUburir with through biee,)"-
for Lonisville and MemphU l'aclll Bx,
press, IS W p at ds Uy, for i'UUbnrsc and t S9
BALTIMOHE AND IMTOMAC ItAIMIOAD,
FobKaki, Oanandalgua. Itxhe.Ur an t Ni
agara FalW dally, except Sunday, MJ a to.
Fob Sme. CawutUalaua and Rocbe.ter da j;
for Buffalo and Niagara daily ex epr Mt
urday, 10J0 p ra. with bleeping lai NVaj
Ingtoii to floeuettter
Vw iixiAMsioirr, Lock Ilaven an t E' u'-s,
at U.S6 a n dully, except tcuday
Fon WiLUAJwroiW dally, 1 Sup to
Fbb FHILAMLnilA. Sew York and f t Zi '
TJS3 tJMX.UJMand 1140a m,SlO. i i t i
5.10, Wiu and ll.J p iu on baa ar j(x.
1140tt,-M,5.15,4i. 10 00 a;. 1 11 . in
Utultwl xurets of Pullman i jrl r i n,
sMOa wtWfy, except Suulay.
FobKiwVobs oxlt, Limited Sx -c i w'i
Dtotag Cat, iM p. w dally
Fan PnuAiwaniu oaly. Fast Ex,re i 1 a
B, week-days, and liOpmOa ' t! e
wsday only, t Npn
FoiBotToi wttLont ehaage,3! r cv -y
Fob ftasoBLTX, N T., all through !-& q. r -.-
aaetat JttterCtry witbbt.dtn bi k "-j
Aueax, aSOfdisw; nireet traiurer h i
rtteet. avoeitsia double Irr'j. a n
Kew Tort aty.
Ft AtLAkTtc Cw, 11 to a m vr t. J i,
HJtf v t telly
ou. lUURUaeac, SJS, 7 W, 8.10 9 00 10 1 1 v
UUM,llJiiaiKtll tKsBt.105, , ,,
4fia tl. l., S40, N. 60, n ii .) i t
SUWnaa. On Saaday soo at iu j l j
as, itt. Lis, SJSS.1J0. to, soo. jW ju
T . JOJT -vt UJ0 U m
Vw Fos-s's Castx Luc, M9 a oiar.Hi, n
ttafifi ear etrf viBHrsr
Baa Aa4iNM.w.TJod Ma. m. U.'y, .all ;j
V t daily, SWpt Sunday au uy, i -i
WAUUVCnttf iOCTHBKN EAI, A M
In etleet Xai 11. la.
Fob Jlliimu, l.a, , ; ts u i
t a ta. um auonTs m. s . t .'5 i
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tM tn week day 7 ts m ou 1 1
Fe KlfSIIKiKP ad the South, li). 1 -I
astWay- Aaounuuudj.Uua 1 ii ,. .
VMS bssve Atouadvi fur - t.
i.bs 7Je7tOQ. 9 a, hub; U w i
tm, IW, 06. 7 05, 9.. 10 r. u 1 .-
Ob fctudajr at 9.10, and H r. j. iu .
IM, T , 1. and W.7 oi
Tickets a4 infursutkia St I i "" ?
prtbeabt corner uf Thlrtcti.i !. : i l
FtumaytTaab. veuutj, ui4 -t i - a.
Where order. ian be felt la iu -.
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