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THE DAILY CUITIC, HATItRDAY EVEHING, JULY 5, 1890.
The Daily Critic
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. flM tUMMtttme ipttaiinwnt etabtlnmnt
ItwmrMR locate lit sun & mjfrmHt
iitMrl IKigttre&st, and Is now rftaktaft gW
Mn Bfr1nitor, HW OtrrMfM, MM
mwtmntm cf ssrwcdwIfjwilTe
iiSIt (VmovIs 90M oft ft cssh fcssita: on esMmy
Itonghton & Vo.'h tTnprecetlentml In
TW5tr?ta9t rend tr hwjitw
ftW, l ontr of featner pillow. 1 extra Is
iOWi nne reea i-nsira. i wire ibiuitos
sWrvlceable and desirable articles,
m- dar. for Mm small Mm of S95 98.
tiwr offer erisirs ati a si root ex
feiSte for the snrprWng and nnprer
rim of 10 OB Anil amln. r m nn
ftsttre in small nm ot sw if so, see oar t
tpN Ohk dining room suite. It Is a daisy, MM
im fro It almost nominal.
W. H Horonwr A Co
118 1W F st ! W.
Tho National Snfe Deposit Oamrmny,
tfor. lth St. ami '. T. Atenne.
OWWiffg for SDrerwnra. Jewwtry. Laces,
FJWb wsjds and ratnsMos of all kinds.
0nra4issjR moderate Safe deposit bosvs for
rest at tire my lowest rates.
For sprhnr lamb ami Washington dressed
beef mi to J. ft. Kelly . Ntato street wtmr,
Onitft Market, atd it. U Market, Fifth and
DRANK A PINT OF GIN.
A Colored Woman Meets Her Death
At no early hour yeatenlay morning
Mary AVarnflr, a young colored sjltl, was
found doail in an old woodhed In Cot
tage ltow. The police were at once
notified, ami tlie tiody was sent to the
morgue. As Mary had Iwtsn seen
with a number of young colored men
on the night previous. It was first
thought that she had lieen fouly dealt
with, and Thomas Jackson, Daniel
GUI, Augustln Mullen, Ilenjamln
"Wayne, and Samuol Thompson were
arrested on sitsphton of murder.
In the afternoon Coroner Patterson
held an Inquest at the Sixth Precinct,
and after hearing testimony from a
number of witnesses the Jury concluded
that none of the men could be held re
sponsible) for JIary's death, and they
were dismissed. It seems that for some
tlmo the woman has had no home, hut
for the last week or ten days has been
living with a Mrs Day. On Thursday
night she met Daniel QUI nnd Au
cuslus Mullen on tho street, and from
tho former she borrowed twenty-five
cents, which she invested in a pint of
gin, which she drank.
Soon afterwards sho became Intoxi
cated and fell down In tho street. The
boys carried her In tho shod whero she
was found and laid her down, thinking
that when she sobered up sho would eo
home. They were nfrald ti take her
there In tho condition In which she was
In. Dr. Schaeffur made an autopsy and
fcund her luncs and body very muoh
congested, and the' Jury returned a ver
dict that death was due to alcoholism
SETS ITS DRESS AFIRE.
A fl-Venr-Uli! Child I.lternlljr Itoasted
One of the saddest accidents that oc
culted yesterday was the fatal burning
of tho .Vyear old daughter of Mrs. Mary
Van Alitine. who resides at tlQ Sixth
street northwest. The little one had in
noma way got hold of some matches
nnd was playing with them on the
back porch of the house.
Mrs. Van Alstlne thought that the
ihlld was in the house playing with her
dolls, and the first intimation she had
of the dangtr she was In was when she
came rushing throuph the hall of the
bouse with her clothes all in dimes.
The Arc was smotheied by a blankat In
tho hands of the mother, but not until
the little one hsd been burned almost
The burning occurred about lO.'JO
o'clock In the morning, and the child
suffeied the utmost agony until S.30 In
the afternoon when she died She was
the only child In the faiut j , and her
less will be felt very keenly
Ilium! Park at UUturln Harper' lurry,
TW beautiful family retort ha bees
vitOy Improved and made more attractive
than ever, abd tb ti. . O. R. K. Co. Uke
pleasure In announcing that on Thursday,
July 10. tbe first select excursion of the
seso will leave B. JL U. Station by special
train at 10 a. m.
TUem petMHatly tOBducttxt excursions
are littd, eaeb poMeogiir bobllng a re
aeived seat eoupoa. Tills arraiiKeinent ob
viates all erowtliug and coflfutou to secure
gewl seats, am Insures family parlla
acaiaat the aauojauca of baiag iutrutleil
upoa, aud U ose o( the "little rafojiu"
urtateatwl by the A O Itouad trip $1.
KaU rervd In advaae at A10 and 1351
l'eJMytvaii avenue without extra charge,
Marine Hand Uuocart,
The pregrawiHe for Ike coaeert by the
Marine Itewl at the "White Houw
grtttioUc at 6 p. w. today wilt be its fol
lows. 1. gefectiM, "The K4 -liiur," IM
tuwt in America .. . . .
& iHttaste, "BHUMrt". . . . VatiU
8. Mftsaki, i,ahjiigtte". . . . Wagswr
4. QtmsMi nr CMrtoae
Mr. reus WMetio.
uuwuy sug neswaaa i ams a a
B. alu, '! Dteaattaad". . . KMsiat
7 t.eaw tU Qmiiusv Vuthlietaf Uafiskan
; Matv,"T Loyal Lagtoa" .Sou
Kilucatlonal Sltetlng at at. I'uul.
'lue Fc&iclvaitia KaUoa4 will Mil
h .i.d trl tieUta te St. Paul fruw Wask-tt-gti.
q July Ut to eta, good to rtttu.ru vuttU
July iTth, at rate 0iaO.Sa, on weottiil o
ivst.iinal Fdiiratiou aasoflatkw Coavett
i! . Ob pjescBtitton of return poj-ttoB of
t . u UckaU to Joint Ageut al at. Paul
t i. v vtU h taaotsssl jtood for psstage ua-
Veil Otr of Street Uh.
liiin two atreet mr u ideals
jr-ui. Ut. W. K lMkly, a
!i..s at ttss cotaw of Teatk aad C
trcts feU row a ear at Thirty taird
i-l M atHsatg and was badly aruiaed
ai-.i tbaUa up. Hcaiy Dariuaa also
Ki. from a ear at Sixth, aad O kUmU
a- X as quit tiouly iojurwl.
urgymaa, aAar yean of auawuuf
!-. j, Lbit ' ithawaa lnaij Catara, ajaft
t.ii.i trying vry known reatuij, at last
f.wni a yiKtLrlBtlim which coeaybttetr
-i i, I au.1 avid Man faow ikath. Aug mi
fuu houi this ttreadftJ iMsmo saasUag
a .'f addrciacd stawnaa wireloti to Fto
v xurk, wUlieaatM tht saUa
a miaIs itua.
I ii,ja, tldcrBtuat stated yeHcf
,. ,, . i Lt tU iau of Kttv J . Pusdy's
nieciu from iha caurci was the ta
ij j , dtiuu uf s)33 '1 ' f live csvueca
i .j, WUta Mr LI ui 'allad uym
I i,u, ;untttd i - lifiBMH aa
in. tx te laue uds. tm
U i iaiiild of
U i ftitaloar'S sVxstialng ft
awtima U -MUt, auftaaa the guittsTaUajf
.4,111, iojo srUidcoUt, aa ft U t4 bast
liLLJ fur dUrraut. 9k- bosUa,
, .. t ac Lo boat of the ioi. of J
t.i ,.. til) Ftusaayivasjut a-kcauc,
,. . . iaas VeasMSShal' MsVMWi I
aajs epBejasa spisav J'sw asasssa assasaa a
BARXirs BIRDS TAKE SUM.I
VAITS PBTS irnt) CAMf,
BRILLIMT OONTIST IN THE ffiUm
HfTy Mm ntetal 8rt Mtt, awi So
BM Swutaa-'-TlM Wwk f
Ihe 'Wssritngion Clb dbl not ex
ctly corer itself with glory yesterday,
for it lost two games to the Baltimore
team TLe morning game, which was
played In this city, was witnessed by
nearly 3,(HH) persons. th largest crowd
of the eon. The home learn played
a miserable game ami went to pieces In
tie fourth inning, when the Orioles
I lit d up Ight runs. It was sufficient
to win the fame, and the WashtngtotH
were never in It thereafter. Phillips
pitched good ball, but he did not receive
the support he should have in the field,
while the club's old weakness, Inability
to hit the ball, told heavily against It,
for It had chances time ami time again,
when men were on lmses, to bat out a
victory, notwithstanding tho long lead
of the Italtlmores, With the exception
of the fourth inning, the game was ex
The afternoon game In llaltlmore was
played to a large audience, the largest
even seen on the llaltlmore grounds.
The game was a splendid exhibition,
and that they lost It was due to tho
umpire in arbitrarily deciding lllrd out
at the home plate because It was alleged
that Whistler interfered with the
catchor. Harry Mace pitched an ef
fective game, only three hits being undo
off his delivery.
Tho game abounded In numerous
brilliant plays, nnd four times wero the
llaltlmoros In a pocket. The Senators
had nine men left on bases Ave of them
on third base. Three times they had
two left. Washington onco had two
men on bases, with no hands out, but
both were left. When they scored their
two runs thoy had three men on tho
bases, with nono out. Frequently thoy
had two men on bwos with but one and
two hnnds out. llaltlmore was. in the
same boat, hut their mistake was In be
ing too anxious to steal bases, especially
when tho uncertainty of tho game was
so npparont. Two men wore thrown
out at second by Nichols nnd three at
third. One was also caught between
lloth sides fought bravely, despite
their misfortunes, until tho eighth
inning, whon ll.iltlmote broke the Ice
and won tho game. Sommor bunted a
Blow one toward third nnd beat tho bill.
Afttrsteallngsecond. ho went to third on
Iknrj's sneriflce. Then German went
out on a lly to Wcntr. Long-look lilt bate
on balls and started to steal second iutt
B8 Mack drove a neat single past flNt,
and sent Sommer home, putting
I ong on third. Mack stnlo second, and
both men came In on Itir's double to
It was a grand inning. Washington
was up to snulT, and made a grand spurt.
Whlstlur hit safely to Hay, beating the
boll. Illrd also mado a hit. Then Hill
got u bate on balls, tilling the bases.
None mtl' out, and tho spectators were
standing. Went, struck out. Jordan
lined one out to right Held, which Henry
Molded to the plate In tine style, Whist
er had scored his run, but Interfered
with Townscnd, and Ulrd was given
out. While the kick was being made.
II1U ran In home, scoring the second
run. Kichols went out to center field.
To day the Washlnztons play In At
lantic City with the Wilmington?. Tho
team lemalns away until the 10th,
playing with Wilmington and Newark.
Then the club returns for a short saatou
THK WOHK OV THK WKUK.
The work of the club during the
wetk has been highly satisfactory, ami
it has won Ave out of the seveu games
played. It might have Improved on
this had It put up a good article of ball
yt'sterday morning, but no one is dls
noted to giumUle at the club as it It.
It has done well in the face of adverse
circumstances, and it deserves a ereat
deal of praise for its work. ltd position
Is considerably better than It was a
wetk ago, and although it has failed to
Justify Sullivan's prediction that It
would be among the leaders by the
Fourth of July, it has Improved Its
standing somewhat and is within reach
ing distance of the two leaders, with a
good opportunity of making a Murphy
THK rOCKTH AND THE GAME.
All the clubs had what tbey desired
j esterday pleasaat weather and In
eeasoijueaee the largest Humlwr of per
Moan hoover attended holiday games
wllacaied tbew. It was a Godsend to
sohh; i f tae clubs, for bad it rained
tht-y vu uld have be crowded to the
wau As it ia the law attendance will
Materially attet the dubs to tide ovr
the remainder of th saasoa. The
Hit Hsertvood Ight wy now Us) expected
lo go am until the and nf tka season,
wtien it villi dW a natural daata.
Iki not tax tha eiataai wish aj exce'.
AvoW lirautftttt (whashar of air ar tee
water) whan inspiring Isatiy.
Wsnianihnr that UW heat Is itaMHtating la
estict, asva that the )tss taaaes knuat ha aua
Draw BMMlefataiy aa taa watar cooler
Drink (Jowly, in ssasll unaatWItw aasi uot
skBkcaibef that waaa fttrattlrinn
aaala to catea a ealU by assanaa ehaaga of
tfBipersjHrs JL Ssuasaar eotsl ia nifftfe aa
bolbg Uaa a Wutar on.
Wbaa vutt feat the weakening eaW of
thehrtattakea drink of pure wbiakeyia
water It U wonderful what a bealthiui
and eiitlalaiuy ettwet It will have.
jrUuieuttt- that oU j i,ure wakkey should
vtHnf fDL iin HMistiBrtts ha used Thtt
whiake whiLk ha that hljfhsat staasag and
best rer,atmmtxiatne w uur nwe xau.
limUus tU Ftre Alarm System.
SupiittgUnnUat Tkoirffcoa of Qm
Mtefcaaoad, Va., Pise Alartu Service,
wkUe la th city yealerday, paid a visit
to tk swim of Use Ttlsrapk and Tat-
eBt ajt foiscsi Maahsttaalata, ajst, hi
coAmpaay wkk L. F MotkAcaaad of th
TWgf iwnrtoe, rati totur of tha
tiiy. Ty tiatted tkt VWat Uotiae
f maiae a Ifaofuge risvswlaajrtfisj of
Tkoevpaoa letuxastd to ltif eeiisiid last
Ye, he tovee ;ou no w, 'Uatrvie,
taa with ayes of viols WsM,
Juii a street as hoMy-Anr,
Will h love .you aatsHthf.
Whaa jour bloe ka let) ,
yk ken 500 jMfiwB toeaa ase ajl"
mm bus we awsss '
it, uuutfce tntakfaitt vty aaftAn
Mas. Bu.t, it la every wotnaa'a latja aas)
duty to rouw, as long a at vast, "
troi tiou. Uit wads: her .charsslag asst ha
iuiid in juutii Ko oae caa Twaf lav
uutbfui bloutti or equable IsnK if
wclulud doan and .uifcrUur. UoatHsaaia
Mr and tMeucdara Or VietsJi
t3b JhtsMrfS K Haj te t
Kervous, BUeos or Congestive Forms.
U It. BROWN, M. D.,
sjs West JSTSey St.,
KtisABKTn, N. J , June J8, 19W.
This Is to eerttiy that t bAve ased for some
months with much satrsfrtcttoti, the oorablM
Mob ef reraedles, for ITeadAehe, known as
Driers' lleadaobe Troches. The remedy
tares mow nedaobes, especially sttoh asat
feet Nervwrs w-oflsea, then nnytblmr, I am
acqnslnted with, and U this ectlfleate wilt
be the means ot trnnetnir; It to the favorable
attention rof SBfTerers from that trmtbte.t
stmll feel that t have done them a serTlee.
L. n. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
SoM by all Draaclsts or sent by Mall on Ito-
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
SUZADETQ, N. J.
Chartered by Speolal Act of Consross,
JANUAIIT !K, 18CT.
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS IlUnOLAn AND FUlK-PItOOF
Contained In Its FIKE-rROOF I1UILDINO,
K. E. Cor. 15th Street and Now York Ave.
orrosiTE D. 8. TltKASUnr.
OFFICE UOimS. OA.M TO 4 P.M.
EXTRACT OF BEEF
JIakcs tlio purest, cheapest anil best
I'iiirst 1111 ut HiMiirlitsrsfnilt forNomis,
huiuts mill .llgilo IlUhrts.
One touDd of Extract o(Ilef enual In forty
rounds ot lean beet, of the alue of about
with Justus van
KsSV TO USE.
A particle Is applied Into each noatill and u
aicreeable. Price, 50 cents, at Uruicltts.by
raaU, registered, t oanU. ELY UHOTUBUS,
W Warren it.. New York.
Aad yaa wW always have WaasHat bead.
Satsi aa4 BsaeatM. Whataeato Sacei, oat
Mr Ftft stseet sad jaatasa avaaaa.
WM. Id. OALT A CO.
1 SB Ull I., I I
MOTJflA JLUJi JUSHTUUASm.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
Heat aaa Vaaast Uaas t taa sty. !
f IVBsi K. taWSPsUA Maajlgsaf
HfSlatlsMITTfaf 1 IB
W StipsiS'ajP"S' 'saajaj -fjev sFst
aiiavaa' Many Uavuhaikaatsiiju
TlgsH M aaiM Bsf lsi-
atXTS IIM1I AM V 4Vf -Im
My 50c I
pw rslBate wfth a - ttrtr
ttrtr. Tmrgtjp sw jytm tm e
aneiRiEm wnrcri atictimrHisnen
Por all Itrfotmatlon appty to ths
Energizer Momentum Engine Works,
BENNINGS, D. C.
OFFICE, 1416 F STREET N. W.
The large SS-hor w-powtr Knerelrf r will be rtiBDlne In a few days-Is well
toward completion The Camden Bnerglrer, as certified to by the Hrohter ffleo
Irlsj llfht Co , Is it the works for Inspection.
AMRRICAN ENERQIZEn MANOFACTUniNQ CO, LtHITED.
Dynamos when ran as motors are about tmlf-horso power each. Jyt
The Bankrupt Sale
Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh
Street Northwest, Will Continue for a
SHORT TIME LONGER.
It is the chance oi 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 Evcry-Day rants, Met worth II. Hotlor'Grado rants.Jl: worth St.
All wool rants. In Chovlot, Worsted and Cashmere, at 11.78, regular prleo, t.7S.
Flno Dress rants, In thirty styles, comprising Imported Worsteds. Casslmcro,
Cheviots, JJ 75 $1 60, ti and Ws worth from 18 to JI0. ... ...
Men's Bvcry-Day Bults, I2.G0; worth S3 EO. Hotter grade, nearly alt wool, II;
All-wool Oiovlot Suits at $8.60; worth 113. . . . ..,..
Nobby Dross Suits, In twenty styles, comprising Fanoy Worsteds, Chovlots, Casjt
mcro, Tweeds, Ac, at MM and 110; worth $eo. .,,.., ...
Flno Imported Worsteds, Diagonals. Corkscrows, Wldo Walos, thirty stylos, at 111
and 115; positively worth SJO or monoy .refunded.
Wo call your attention to n number of Morchant Taltor Mado Bntts which wero
roado to measure for (33,110 and StJ, to bo sold at LESS THAN HALF 1'lllCiC.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN URGE VARIETY.
Kneo rants from ISc. up
bailor hults, from 4 to W yoars, at too.
I.arpo Line of Mohair FlannolJ, tiergos, rongoo Silk, Alpaca
Coats and Vests. .
Men's Seersucker Cents and Vests, forty stylos, atSOo.;
Bear In Mlndt Every Garment Wananted to lie Perfect In Every Respect
coi of Tills Season's Production.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Si, Below 0 Street.
mportant to All People Leaving the
City 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
With nothing to
Send for Qpsulftf and Priee List
RtCHTKR RLECTRir LTQttT CO.,
cBaS. SicnTKR, ManaRer.
FROM OUR VAULTS
distinguish them as
ff tyftrtty ptmmtt fft rlmm at lire entt 8f mi
r mr l-Aerie ptmtr (fewrWKM rn m rrwrers. The
mis STWii rwnuMs now in innip;uu, u. w.
aiCnTKlf ELBCT8I0 MOnT CO.,
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.
Special attention paid to Framing. Iteglldlng. Moving and Doling rictnros and Mirrors
DB.VLSR8 IN Atti KINDS OP
FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
) Corner 7th st.
J 3034, south side
RER YARD FOR SALE,
Sprague Square has been sold. We
used the ground for the Storage of our
surplus stock of Lumber. The Lumber
MUST GO. Come up and get our present
LOW - CUT FIGURES.
We will sacrifice. The owner has ex
tended pur 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, BlTTINGER & MlLLER
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, $ 1 . i 5 and $ 1 .50.
MIKE Ti OS COFFEE IH 10 OB IS MINUTES.
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,"
jsJHJjSGgir JT IHROW AMO BE NAjiJpiD! YOU CAHY fc3j&
kLaHHrZ-JEffi 'Iwwiil That ifum Kcawe: nwu Ki5Si'mi
H 'in 1 z&am&msmm :
BUT YOUR TEUIKS ABB IAMESS
3sr 3s ei m m 1 ' s,
Pw BPWBWB5' WBr M wi 4
and R." I. ave., Washington.
Water St., West Washington.
BWP W r rrW rRSP
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY.
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wrrohrsule atnl Retn Dealers la
Oar VTrHtOM bo te Alt Parts of tha City,
IrfOlwUrm; Mount neasant
CALTJ 996, STe and Mi.
Look Out for the While Wagons!
Italfimorc nndOIiio Railroad.
SehdoI In BCTeot Jane , 1S90.
Iare WanteRton lrom station cornor of
New Jewey arenne and c street
Fort Cmjcabo and Northwest, Vcstilmled
United expreM dally 11 30 a m, oxpross
Fon CiNciNJtxir, St. xm, and Indlanapotl.
expren dallj-. 3 30 and 11 30 p m
Fon riTTMiriwi and Ctevelaad, express dallr
980 a. m nnd 8 40 pm
Fou I,nxiNTO! and points In tho Shonan
doali Valley, 11 90 a m.
Fon Wi.!wniTEn and way Stations t5.30 p m.
Fon LonAT t3 30 and S.4o p m.
For BALTtMonE, week days, 4 0', BOO, 6 8
730, 7 W, (8 oo 45-mlnntes), 8 30. 9 so (1 1 00,
19.C0, 4S ratnntes) a ra, 1 10, i i i oo, 41
rnlnntm)(315 4(inilnntos)3.4ao,4,,4 32,
Uxo, 4B-rnlnnle) sso eoo, 6 15, 6 so. 7 10,
7 30,8 311,9 50, 10 30, and 11 Wpm Sundays,
4 . 7.20. 7.80, 8.80. 9.30 a la, (U 00, 43 mln
ntes) 1 00, 2 15, ( o, 48-mInntoi) s 2"., 4 so,
4 ti, (4 to, 45 minutes) 0.00, 6.15, 6.30, 7.30,
8 SB, 10 30. 1130 pro.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington and
1 all Irnore, 6 00, 6 35. 8 30 a m, 12 10. 3 23, 4 ,
6 so, ll so p m. Sundays, 8.30 a ra, l.M
3S5.4 8,oa),ll80p m
TnAins leatx liAtTiMonK for Washlneton,
week days, 5 00, 620, 630, 7 15, 7 20, 8 00,
8 30, 885. 9 30 and 10 20.10 35am; UOn.lllo,
2 10, 2 30, 8 50, 4 CO. 4 15, 8 CO, 6 00, 6 20, 7.00,
7.80. 8 20, 8 30,9 00, 10.10. 10 30 and It00pr
Sunday. 6 30, 7 15,8.30. 8.3. 9 30, 10 SO, 10.V.
a m; 12 00, 1 OS. 2.10, 2 30, 4.15. 8 00, 650, 7 00,
7.30, 8 20, 6 30, 10 10, 10 SO and II 00 p m
Fon AxruroMs. 036 and 8 30 a m, 12 10 and
4 30 p m. Bnndays, 8 30 a m, 4 3a p m.
Ltavo Annapolis 6 3, 8.37 a m, 12.03, 3.M
pm. Sundays. 8 30 nm, 3.55pm.
Fon stations on the Metropolltaa Branch,
tsso, S1.30 a m, 1 15 p m For principal
stations only, tlO 40 a in , 1 1 30 and t5 10 p m.
Fon Rocrtills and Way stations, t4A1p m.
Fon )AiTiirnni-no and Intermedfato points,
t00. JI0 00, 111.00 n m, tl.00, t300, 5.33,
19 45. $10 00.111 00 pm.
Fon Horn's and Intermediate stations, 7.00
Cnuncn train leaves Washington on Sundaj
at 1 M p m, stopnlng at all stations on Mot
FonFrmrRicK tSSOiS.OO, $9.30, 111.30 a ra,
$1.15 13 30,1130 pm.
Fon IIaoewtown, 110 40 a m and 13 30 p ra.
TrtAiB arrlro from Chicago dally at It 43 a m
and 4 10 pm; from Clnclntiatl and fit txuls
dally 3 CO am and 2 03 p m; from Fittsburt
7.10 a m, 0 CO d m dally.
NEW YORK A rniLADCLPniA DIVISION.
Fon Nbw VonK, Trenton. Nowark, N. .T and
KlUabelh.N.J.MrS, 18.00, 'lOOO, li.00a
m.,2 50,U0and 10.30p.m. IlulTot Parlor
('arson all day trains. Blceplnjr Car on tho
10 to p. m , open al 9 00 p m
Fon l'liiutDELriiiA, I0B, t8.ro, 10.00. 13.00
noon, S to, 4 60, 0 15 anil 10JO p. m.
FonNtwAnrc, Bel. WllmliiRton and Chcstor,
105,t80Oa.m. 1200 noon. 'iM, 'I.C0, fl 11
For iNTinuEtxATt olnt4 between Daltlmoro
ami lhlladolphla,15.00and $7 20 o. m , 1 2 M,
4 20 p. m
Trains leavo New York for Washlnston,
9 00, til so a m. 00, '3.V0, J.00 p m. una
1 15 night.
Trains loi.e MilUdetphla for Washington,
l i, '8.15, '9.15, u.s a m, tl W, l 31,
3.5B. 7 Ct m
For Boston, iM p ra, with rullraan llulot
blreplni; Car ninnlng itirotiRli to UaUia
without clmnco, via l,ouahketslo llrldit",
lamllUR ixitseuRers In II. AH station nt
For AtwsticCity, 4 OB and 10 O) a m ll(M
noon, 10 W p m. Sundays, 4.03 a m and
IK ro noon.
FOIt BAY HIDGK.
Wiik pays, 9.15 am., 1 30, l 30 p m Sua
days. " n m 1 30, a is p m.
LKAEUAY I(iuE,wk days, 61,8T0 pm.
Mindays, 8 00. 0 00 p m
tKxeept Sunday. Dilly. 8unday only.
UuBKUk'B callml for nnd i-hoekud from
lioteln and residences by I'nlon Transfer Co.
on orders ltdt at ticket offices, 619 nnd 11j1
l'a. nc. ond at depot
J. T. OUKLL, CHAS. O 8CTM.
tlen. Manager. Gen. l"ass, Ac't.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery,
bteel Halls. Magnificent Kuuipment:
In effect May 11. 1900.
Trains leave Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth and listreets. us follows:
For PirrsBDRa and the West, Chicago Limits!
BxpreM of Pullman Vcstlbulod Cars at
10.50 a ni dally; Fait Line. 10 w a m dally
to Columbus and bt. Louis, with bleeping
Cars from llttsbure to Columbus: dally,
except Saturday, to Chicago, with bleeping
Car Altootta to Chicago, bt LouU.Chlcagg
and Cincinnati Express. 3 so p m daily.
Parlor Car Washington to llarrl'burg and
bleeping Cars liarrlsburg to St. LouU, ( UI'
jsaoand Cliielunatl. aud Dlnlnjt larllar
rtsburglo ht.ljmU Western Express at
7.40 p ia dally, lth bleeplngt ars Washing
tome to Lblcagoand St Louis, connecting
daily at IlarrUburgwIth ihrougUhlccpera
for Loulstllle and Memphis, l'aclllo Ex
press, 10 00 p ra dt lly, for Pittsburg and tha
West, wth through Meeier to Pittsburg,
and Pittsburg to ctl, igo.
BALT1MOHK AND PuTOMAC ItAILUOAD.
Fou KAI.E, canandalgoa, Korheater and Ni
agara Palls dally, except buuiiuy, a.10 a in.
For Emu. ( aaaBdalgua and liocheater dally;
for Buffalo and Magara daily, except bat-
urday, 10.00 p u,. with bleeping Car Wash
iagtus to Itochesier.
Foh WiLUAHtrouT, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
at 10 50 a m U jIy, exeept Sunday
Fob Wif-MAMsPOHT dull r, S.SOp in
Pun Phi LAituj-MiA, Nw urkand the East,
7 W 9 00, 11 CO and 11 W a m, i.10. 3 13, i M,
S.9. WW ad 11 p m On Sunday. 9 00,
11 40 a m. 2.10, 3.15,4.), 10.00 and It JO p m.
Unltol Express of Pullmaa Parlor Cars,
9.40 a m daily, except buaday.
For Nlw York ohr.Y. LleaitMt Express with
DialBS Car, 5.W p. m. daily.
Fok PuiLAuau-tiu only. Pant Express 8 10 a
m, week days, and tin pn dauy Express.
bBday only, t Wpw
Fo Boston vtlttout chaage, 313 pm every
For Ubooxlyk. V Y., all through trains roa
xuMit at Jirey City with b.-t j uf Br-ok)ya
Ansex, affunmig ULrott traaslor to Fulton
ktfwrt, avobUiu double ferriage atrou
For AiLAbtw Citv, 11 48 a m week days,
Fur BAUiaUMiK, .S. T 89, 8. W 9 00. 9.40, 10 00,
.5e,llu0aodll4aRi.W06,10, 3 1VJ W,
4 OS, 4 20. 4.18, 5.00. 5 40, ., 7 4U. 10 uf aal
Il.st b m. i) SiuuUy 9 w. 9.09. W.v. 1 1 10
RW.iM. 3.13, ., 1J,4.5.00. 5t0,6u0,
T4. JAW -ullliO pu.
Fob Peat's Ckmuc Lu.c, TM a, m and 4 SO p m
fiaUy, wxKipf kmiiday
F AkkAMiu. TJi6 ad 9 JOa m, 1K.05 and 1 30
i m dally, wxAwpt Sujwlay Suudays. i JO
WASHIXOTOJV SOOTHB8N RAILWAY.
Is asTeot May II, 1880.
For Aujummiu. 4 39, 8.86. 7 45. 8 40. 9 43,
li.W4JO.UiM aOOAl,S..S.J.4J5,4 5. 601,
SUM. WftSasvdll 3pi. OuSuuday at 1 JO.
1 si. 9.18, VUS, a, Wi.y,tM, S.J. ud 10 05
AasHUMUUkTUMi iVR Qcaxtico," 45 a m and
4 Se p m wsMsk-bus T45sabuud4s
For KirMRPjU aM tha South, 4 30 and 19 57 a
iatl&Uy. AeeoMmti'lnlliuB 4JK pm wak
Tsuisw leave Atoxaudria for Washington,
M6 7.86.8.flM.9.10.W.J3. 1107,aui lJO.JuO,
3.58. 5.18. 05,7.06. K,10 ST Oild! tort pus
Oa fciuuUy at 9.19, aaid 11 or a m, .' oo, 5 u,
7.06. 7 S9, 9 SV, and 10 157 p m
TIcLhU sad luormatiun at tho oUca.
Bosthatut Loraer of Thirteenth gtrutt aui
Fcofiafhaiihi aiciiuii. and ut tuo bi.ituu,
here orders caa b lef t f . r be . Lu ki ug uf
baggage to detinatluu from h Jt ' aud real
dtnu.i J U V,'hD.
Gincral Pctttui i Auit.
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