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THE DAILV CLITIC, TdDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1890.
The Daily Critic
MsHMrtre U,'s t rer Ufcat. Rwdtre-
SMtfl-A ttAfl- ftf flAA fwMfa aVtat atnl
, street aorthwest, will he strid it a f
MI of n pet cent until farther n ltioo. j
Mnranaa .t w.
9rftit Par T1 Msrmw.
ML Albatross at 12 cent. Challle
at a cents. Lot of basA mrtch
jMMr 13 ceta. Lot of JfMaMts
at. n owwa. j int aaw smra
i its stffpcn Tvtf i at i9i cents
Ma mnttnc rtothi nait a emts
1 ato vr rtrnn ami hsv
IfMtted snppty hat we are -om
team and all- nnr f-nstomwrs the
at of tmae etr r-hmn kh lots.
W D. Cr Aaa A To ,
aii Hnrftet Space
T.d Perasvlvanla a Mine nonnest
ItBtlden's ItetrlerAtnrs, It-shy Car-
rlew, Itte . Kte.
. Tfcta responsible Installment eHahH4mxnt
cOTtraiiy located at 930 ami Ct Seventh
apw BOMnwest. and is now tnaftlM eat
jwaan mfrlaerator, Hanv Carrtae, ind
ml ol fret lines of food neiied for the snra
wt. fl-oorissnld on a ch basis on easily
Itengliten & Co.' Unprecedented In
ducement. , ThjJ?pe?t yet Jnt read their harrata
'5J3fB,t1M?' 'P bnrean. t bestead, I wart
"Wi 1W ot feather pillows, T extra lafae
oak tMe, nne reed chair, t wire mattreti
all Uf aerrtoeahle ami desirable article,
want eratr day, for the small tnm of s 89.
Afafii tow offer a ehilrs ami a sis. foot et
J2252P "' "5r " arprlln and nnprece
uant wrtesjnf S 10.00. And aaiiln.e-Mi you
pre the smalt snm of SKW It o. see onr 7
waraaak dining room anlte. It la a delay, and
the prttt w almost nominal.
W. I! IforeHTOS A Co.
Wia . 1W r St N W.
The National Safe Deposit Gnmpnny,
Uor. 18th St. and N, V, Avenue.
8twage for Silverware, Jewelry, Laees,
Ftoe needs and valuables of all kinds.
UManre moderate Safe deposit boxes for
reat at the very lowest rates.
Foraprtne lamb and Washington dressed
&?jw to I- K. Xefly, Ninth street wltw.
Centra Market, aid N. U Market. Fifth and
EAST WASHINGTON'S PRIDE.
Tl.e Opening of Hie New Itrldee to
He Appropriately Celebrated.
The Kat Washington Clttrons Asio
elation hcht a meeting In Woller &
Uciicttl's odlce, on Capluil Hill, last
cvcnlne to make nrrangcmcntg for the
gtnml htlilac celebration. Jtr. Woller
of the finance committee stated that the
work hail been divided among llfty
members, and that they would speedily
raise the necessary $8,000.
The finance committee objected to
the celebration taking place on Batur
day, and presented a resolution to
change the date to Monday, August 25.
This resolution was unanimously
Sir. Woller spoko at some length
apalnst the Trans Anaeoslln Railway
scheme. He thought the bill looked
"ftshy," as It set no time for the begin
niDg or completion of the road, and
would permit ihe use of aur motive
jxiwrr. The railroad committee ww
Instructed to keep It, eye on the bill,
but no other action was taken
The character of the parade to take
laci ou the day of the celebration was
ihcn dUctiMed. Sir. Weller desired
that the parade be both military nnd
Industrial, and the route of the Indus
tilal portion could be made longer than
that of the mllltla, since It w ould not be
Sir, Sperry, from the committee on
music H-ported that the Slatlne IJand
would beseemed and patriotic songs
would be given by an immense choir
during the exercises. The association
after selecting the following celebration
conimltlos adjourned for one month
Finance, fifty members. John K Her
rell. chairman: music, three memlters,
F. 5. Sjterry, chairman, parade, nine
members. K. .1. Hannnn, chairman; re
jjnltu, seven ineiulri, JjmtM F. Hood,
chairman. Iiarliecue, twenty five mam
lira. J. II. DtiKber, chairman; tiro
works, seven member. Henjamln Y.
Guy, chairman, bonfire, twenty-rlva
racmbets, Henry Naylor, chairman.
I'lrrinen Injured at a Fire.
LaU BlUt about UM o'clock a brick
Malik burned la the rear of No. 1313
I'oorisylvaBlft avemw. The stable con
tained sotue very combustible material
ami was almost completely destroyed
Tb origin of the Are cannot be ae
counted for as the property was sot
occupied, the owner. Dr. John It
FuikU, atul his family being in the
country. The loss is placed at $800
White tire Are was lit progress two flre
ea, Charles Hariwr and William
MaUotwy, both of Kacloe Company,
No. 8, were precipitated from the sec
ond story of a buildtug to the ground
by Ihe giving away of a balcony rail,
lletb were quite seriously injured and
bsd to be taken to the Providence
It M'u home Other Smith.
It is now known for a cwtalaty that
Mr. H. li. Smith of Washington was
not th Itmltb that etnuuUted suickle
in ilm Metropolitan Hotel, New YiKk.
i n feumtoy A gentUwaan walked Into
Police IIdquattM this nsorninc; and
said tkat h wu tke I) IS. Smith re
Juicd U. and tkat be Wad been in town
h wtk, ssopping at the Mount Yeruon
IIltI. His siswr, be sahl. was not
uwaic tkat he bad reached Washington
fit Chicago. No osw else has shown
up who emu throw any tbfht on Um
iistioua suicide in tke New York
lt ItaU a tut blframtjr,
IfaCfliNtennV (ft ToldMtiiMr Bwtifll. TfclUffr-
CnMAnlttlsMI Willi Mfcnnfial IffstniS l9Mn JJtltJ
mm mk Bstoasac Ssation at a. w. AU
yar friamss are going, only H.iB for souani
Kiuh Wis Ibe MslM.
A lMn etowd of smm.uiom awenabted
yctnttnVsjr ajtwnooa to wiuwu Ike
tenia In aingki in tk Canliol HU1 ten-
asssnnV tnftMnTnnnnnnn9nsntf fsnW nWsnVyttCsl. snennnnUrnB.
Df ( and Rang, are veiy poeulw. and
Ikt content an etciting one. Batk
ntea fteyed in ine form, but Hymns
inifty wo the annttk by a scote of 0,
The ieis hi doublet were won by
HMswe. C U;rnea4 K- F Barker by
a tesMol f . f-1. 4- The coeeoU
li wb SenW w4U be eojateetesl tor this
beta bastof esMsafstt
ha am re the Hubert
i' ttner Tie
heart te sate in' Ajmtumh.
Chaef Justice Bnngban U day tHfwi
14 oftder lor the aonuesion of Harry J
Y imjshlnd lo the lasae Aavluea.
HHsHead was charged with assault
inh intent to kill, and the trial was
1 nintly ended becauee of tine evkieas
ilc . 11 of the ttrieoner.
i i -, itua teudy tar kk Uaad-
l 1 li t-uusti, m. lilHiMismni or
u iL.i.ut i.guUr, Lua ky actsoe toabt
,u Im wu. rkwe tSSee saeSa
,ii, jiua i) ur rwei. w-
weiv few tke HeeMb onteee.
1 Leu. acuu to be a good sanjr
iuaiuL ij mg in the striate, and coea
iiiuu lunc U.eu unl to the utkariianV
lu the future the ogteiialfe nuJiwaon!
h, u. 1 ruitpUy abated
"see ntest ssntanbsng detek swu tj i
Jfaswet IWtis Ttein CateW eer.
AKmUBR GAME LOST TIlROUOn
ST0LEM-BM RECORD OF THE LEJGGt
XsfBtiatiag t dM Ball 0)8I...Wa41iaf
for tin Xmkpm it Set a PHw.
VhrIf, tbe nttcber the local team
would not bare after he and ag rtwl to
Ha lernte, mlmiiiltteml awrrther de
feat to the Wathlngtom yestenlay. He
held thtnt ttewn lo five hits, ami had i
not been for art error on the part 0 "
Newell none of Snlllvan'g men woul 1
hate reached home bete. A It wa
only one scored, while seren of lit
Ielaware latla completed thecircnit 0'
ihe bases. The Aetding was excellent
on both shlee ami some good piays were
made. Phillips could not pttmle the
Wilmington batters and his delivery
was hit rather freely. Today the local
team plays at Newark ami an excellent
game Is expected.
Washington is pretty near that covet
ed fourth place, ami If It wins todav
and Worcester loses It will pan the
The base running records of the At
lantlc Association have Iwen made
nubile Lone of the Ualtlmoree heads
the list with (A stolen bases, nnd Dader
of the local team Is fifth. The next
Washington man, Hill, la Nr 10.
Whistler nnd Jordan arc 21 nnd 33, re
spectively, and the others are pretty
well scnttored through tho remainder of
the list. As n club Washington stands
fourth In base running, being preceded
by Baltimore, New Haven nnd New
ark, nnd is closely proesed by Wor
cester. SrnESOTIlENINO THE TEAMS.
There seems to bo a general disposi
tion on tho part of nil the Clubs In the
Atlantic circuit to try to remain through
out the season. Last night the Jersey
City nnd Worcester clubs held n meet
ing and declared they had sulllolcnt
financial backing to enrry them through.
Tho rcpott that Doran had been sold
to llochcstor is denied.
The secretary of New Haven Club
says the club refused to put n prlco on
the man, nnd that Hochcster has been
Illegally negotiating with him.
Tho Hartford Club seems to be waver
ing nnd the long sorics of home games,
which commence Thursday, will deter
"mine whether tho team romalns In the
Association or not. The president of
the club says very emphatically that It
will not retain Its place unless the at
tendance Incroases, and, as tho club Is
nt the fool of tho list, nnd plnylni; poor
ball, there Is little likelihood of lis con
tinuing. If Ihe Association is wise, It
will secure another city to take Hart
ford's place when the crash comes.
There is nothing new In tho negotia
tions for the Washington Club, but
there will probably bo something de
cisive done to day. The greatest troublo
thus far has been to get the assignee to
put a price on the franchise, nnd the
would-be purchasers nro not disposed to
make an offor until thev know exactlv
what the present owners value their
property at. When they ascertain that
fact they will be ready to talk uitslooai.
Something will have to be done by the
time the club gets ready to go away on
Its nest trip, nnd It is likely there
If Mr. Howctt will take a reasonable
pi Ice for the team, that is, what it Is
vtorth to the purchasers, considering
the risks they will have to assume, tho
transaction can be completed within a
few days. Hut. If on the othor hand
there is n disposition shown to put a
fancy price on the team, it is doubtful
whether any further step will be taken
In the matter and the retention of the
team In this city will be left lu other
CltUtn' Association Tabes a Vacation,
At the meeting of the Northeast
Washington Citlseaa' Association last
night there was a breexy dtscusston
among the members as to the propriety
of not having any more meetings during
the heated term. This dUcussloq was
stirred up by a motion from William H,
Collins that adjournment be taken until
the last Friday In August. Mr, John
Click and Mr, Chappell protested
aealust this very vigorously, as they
thought now was the time that they
might expect to accomplish some work
with Congress. After the members had
vented their sentiments very freely a
notion was adopted to adjourn for two
months. A resolution was passed re
questing the District CoBiralasloaers to
have a tldewalk hi Id 00 the west side ot
Delaware avenue from MaetacuusetU
avenue to F street.
Island l'ark at IlUtorln Ifaiper Ferry,
TW beautiful faatly rawt ku bM
vauly improved mtA wd ntore sUMiv
ban evr, and Ike B. A. O. R K. Uo. take
I tessure ia annouacteg that on Thurky,
July 10, tne iwt select escunton ot the
season wiU leave B. A U. Station by sparhl
train at W a. m.
TkM) personally eonduetad wicuttkm
aie Undted, each pansegar kokllug a m
Ssrved seat coupon. ThU arraaeement ob
viates alt crowding ul confusion to sactue
neod seats, and insures family uaHtes
leainsf tke annoyance of being intruded
iinoa, ad I one of the uUstle rsfomii"
orteteated by Ike H. A O. Round trip $1.
Seats reserved in advance at l and US'.
Pennsylvania avenue witkout extra ekarge.
Oerntaa Singers en tbe Water.
The Waekington Saengerbiind had
their annual Moonlight ascursio hut
nlgkt to Marshall Hall upon the irtaanter
Charles Maealeeter. At the gjoiinsii
songs were sung by the Fran Abt
Quartette Club, the llaadei and Haydn
quartette, and by Mr. Hennten MowaH.
Sir. Paul Sthuftze is preeklent 0 the
baeagerUuttd. The tinrsrlalnasent cossv
wlilen were F CUudy, J. WaUnaam.
T. B Ktrbf . L. Faber. A. Ueer, K
"ir-fftt" and C. Hubert
Hmmlaa ta tdtray Barerss,
A ineeenasly eonducsed excuraten to nae
isondfriuj Cererns ot hurts is announced
by the Battknore and Ohio Wuroa4 tor
wednatdtu, July w. The special train waU
leave Sahnsaore -frf Oasu a-'"f at Jnl a.
w and reaeh Waskinejtoe on return tete at
Dbiaer'caa be aeocunofat the tasaoua Lu
ry im tar lb came. He reeed-trip fan
vW ae tUft, and ae the aiiphsr of aaeur
itonists wist be bmsted to 15a these deslrteg
to take tbe trip skuuld tall early at the Bal
titeor and Ohio tkket oatcea, 9 and 1361
Peuesj lvania avenue, and secure seat. Ko
extra ckarge for reserving seats in advance.
afjuyt- state lsnetaaea
The PtatlossWe IVpartsnent has
Bated a atetesaeaf ihovhag she
auuiber of cnueoyoi ia the VaihJnjrtoa
uii bag renaar shoo to be 1. ana ike
steenber of bass of ail Uads avAaired
there dmUg tSe Aacal year largpftl
at-vaw be ueet tor
IMMnttl InnnS CaVUL aailMaf Ifeft aHtnnnnnk tH
iJJ ivalg Cfyeab WJisni rnfis alaanl aft ana aiksm
n sT" " sejl "T p 'aaisBr
A PITIFUL SIGHT.
A Deserted Wife with Tn-o Little Chil
dren In Oonrt,
There wtrt a oitlf nl scene In the Po
lice Coutt this moraine. A care-worn,
shabbily--dreswd young woman stoetl In
the flock with two little tots at m side,
tfefthw one of them orer 4 years of ae.
Hrefr grimy little faces were poked Be
tween the Iron pickets of the dock nnd
I bey were evidently at a low to know
where they were This women's htm
bnml, John Frownlck. deserted her two
months ago nnd since that time she has
been knocking from pillar to post. She
soW the only two pieces of furniture
she owned two weeks ago ami since
tBen has been sleeping on the commons.
"Why don't you go to work?" asked
"How can I work out ami take care
of these cblrdrenf
"Wmthl yon be willing to part wllh
"Yes. Judge," sahl the ymmg mother,
as the teais trickled down her cheeks,
"mtt it would be so verv, very hard for
me to do It. I will 'have to, I sup
"The husband Is the man that ought
lo be here," said his Honor, "as I
understand he is working at Terra
Cotta and earning good wages." Some
provision will be made to get the woman
work and to find a home for the
Spend Snnday nt the Shore.
Special leaves B. A O. Station, Saturday,
the 19th, at 4 p. m.; arriving at Atlantic
City !0 p. m. Tickets good returnlne on
all trans of Sunday and Monday. Speelal
train leaves Atlantlr City 5 p. m., Sunday,
Iheiaih. noundtrlp.jB.S0. '
Kervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms,
L. R. DItOWN, M. D
S3 West Jeraoyet.,
Elizabeth, If. J., Juno 23, 1580.
This ts to certitr that 1 have nsod for soma
months with mncb satisfaction, tbe combina
tion ot remedies, for HeaJaclio, known as
Briars' ncadacbe Troches. The romodr
enros moro hoadacbes, espoclallr such as af
fect Nervous Wornon, than anything I am
acquainted with, and If this certificate-will
bo the means ot brinclnirU to tho favorable
attention Cot snfferers from that troublo, I
ball feel that I bare done thorn a service.
b. It. 11ROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by alt Drnrclsts or sent by Mall on Ito
celpt of mco.
BBIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
EUZADKTII. N. J.
J.UB8DA.Y And "Wkdnisday.
W.A, PIBKQK A 00,
i-useaMQf ft. J
"Outing" Ctotns In tbe pteee bare been seed
atlleeetsayerd. Then etodaIN put tbe
prlee dawa te It) eeats. We bareo't kaewa
of aaylbicg grat-etase betes seat far 1h,
Bet we bail a okaoee te bar T,eM yard t tbe
beet "Outing" Cieth, bt mbm twenty new
and elegant pattern?, and we benan tee ta
at ILa tbti wgrnbig at 9 sanU a ydtd, AH
w nave t say tar tbU teeth U that Kb the
best enasHyi tba the isatesene ae t the
Met ilaeknnta. and we wsK we tfcejn at 9
cents en Tneejtar and Wgnetde.
Vest Itnewwiintijnr Unc Han
w. a. ?imm & ccl
X. u Be Vie,
SMtal Ifauktt see.
Allaj. yniu FlWfEVIR
Heats tbe aores
. rtMusswou. ujayPEVE7
A particle 1 implied lato&s-n asiriJsjnAfci
aereeeble Prlee. 99 coat-. !idn he
ataU tuitUietvS. cauls HLX tUHJlUMtSL
NVeaeast Mew Turk
The Bankrupt Sale
Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh
Street Northwest, "Will Continue for a
SHORT TIME LONGER.
It is the chance ol a lifetime to boy Clothing at
these prices, This stock is from a large manufac
turer who has failed, atid must be sold to make im
NOTE THE PRICES BELOW:
Men's Krery-Dur runts. Wc;worth tl. PelterJJrade rants. tit worth H.
All-wool Pantt, In Cheviot, Worrted ami QMsJnere, at Sl.ft, reenter prtee, s.J8,
,. ? Drees rant. In thirty styles, tmaprtstag Imported worsteds. Oaslmre,
Chevtots, e.re $s.so, 1 and : worth from s? to t.
Men Krery-Day Snlts, tt 60: worth $5 50. Better Rrade, nearly alt wool, Sll
All-wool Cheviot Snlts at $8 SO; worth t.
TJfthhy TlrsnaH fieillei In Iwetife alelu ones e4l ts m taes.ei TTmtJtm rvUs-issea ael.
mere, Tweeds, Ae., at te SO and 119) worlb J.
Fine Imported Worsteds, Dlaonal, Corkserows, Wide Wates, thirty styles, at Stt
and SIS; positively worth SSO or raoney refanded.
Wo call yonr attention to a number of Merchant Tailor Made Suits whleu were
made to measure fortes, tic and tit, to be sold at LttSS THAN HALF TRtOE.
BOYS' AHD ClIILtffl'S CLOTHING III LARGE VARIETY.
Knee rants from ISo. nn
Sailor Suits, from 4 to It years, at Roe,
ateo Una of Mobalr Flannel, Scrscs.ronKOO Silk, Alpaea
Coats and Vests.
Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, forty styles, atSOe.t
Dear In Mfndi Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect In Every Respect
and of This Season's Production.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh St., Below 0 Street.
EXTRACT OF BEEF
Makes tho purest, cheapest ami best
I'lurst meal llnTorliiBntiirk Tor Roups,
Nnncrs mid JIndo Dlstics.
One pound of Extract of Beef ennat lo forty
pounds tit lean beef, ot tho value ot about
with Justus Ton
Mob Ik's signature
SE? & BISBEE.
ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR.
llrlufs, Arguments, gjstMbas and Every
DasoriiUlenof B&ok WorkTromptly
Kxccutetl ia l'lrt-Clas biyle.
Color Printing and Neat and Tasty
Designs far Cmumsrclal Prlntlag
PRESSWORK FOR THE TRADE
1107 E Street KortUttest.
Tie OUast BstabHshxl PrtoUag Uoe to
PAGIUTIB8 FOR OBWHKAL JOB WOHS
UKSUiifASSBO BY AMY HMH3
IN THB OfTY.
ASsMtaUUM ot Um Lata NbthsHm hi
Wnaala Oaai aad lawktathM Biaan P
jstimmai. sasw wttk aa?tomi to Matob,
LHQAL WUKK A Hl'EOIALTV
AadBvarrKtad ot steak Maatw ProsapUr
Bsaeaiad aad at Lommt Haiaa.
TsHJHtOKg CALL. sM-X.
ft. I'M F SirW.
Win Bonbon t.
Chartorod by Spoolal Ait ot Congross,
JANUARY S3, 1S37.
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS DUROLATt AND FIKU-FItOOP
Contained In Its FlKE-ntOOF JJUILDINO,
N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave.
orrosiTK u. s. treasury.
OFHCE UOURS.9A.M TO 4 P. U.
And roa vrlll always hare beautiful Bread
Rolls and Biscuits, Wholesale Depot, oor
ner First street and Indiana arenas.
WU. M. CJAL.T A QO.
Tonic Wine of Coca
IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED
If Tosraerres are all uastroag Ifroa'aal
trrtuWa, um and Irrttul If you find It II t
Seoltto eoaeentrate your comd If yauirj
dtstottraavd aad thlak life Is not wortnlW
tog- It iJjauua better to use
TUIS SPLENDID TON10
tbaa to (to off aad seek to draws tbeaa rats
arable eeltozs la "tbe aVowbu bawl.
Ibeteby ebtafateK oaly TEUFORABY UK
UEF, wbes by ustsz
Or, Ferraud's Tonic Wine of Coca
TAB TUNE UP YOUR SYSTHit AND QIVS
KATgRJiA OIIAHOE TO EFFECT A FeRMA-
TBE MEDICAL FROFEifiiOM
tnrtntmM as a nlsaisat aad eCeettre aerre
laabtai iwanlnar wl yininHbj k tor am
Xmim JfcaMw, VUm Wag. UftwfelM
jj'STtiwabUs ottStk nL.V4R
ion r STitKBt Aoitriiwiwr.
Waihlaiifaf .B. a
110TJSI.11 Ann JtTAtutjutra.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
4s trntt wea&sn w. w.
Beat aad Pamst Tilnsieta la the easy. Isa-
WAsaWaeVOsi. B. O.
Aasjy al4 Navy Hjiitwartwa.
VtsWiaw Mm BjMstsM.
shrpbm QMPb spsla sp W 1
""Italiwrissf 9. ft
Xitanf Ttonansw'w '
AM KV AVE-
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Summer Discount Until Further tlotice,
Etchings, Engraigs, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures In
Stock Except Artotypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Ppelal attention paid to Framing. HeglMlnn, Moving and noxlng Plctnres and Mirrors
DKAt.8R8 IN Alit, KIN D3 OF
FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BUNDS.
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
) Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc., Washington.
J 3034, south side Water st., West Washington.
Sprague Square ha3 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 S0LD olT the
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LlBBEY, BlTTIRIGrER & MlLLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
James B. Ltambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS,
GAS BOILERS. $ I . i B and $ 1 ,50.
HAKE TEA OS COFFEE IN 10 OS 13 M1H0IE3.
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.'
Jg3B'Jte30iHTO fM0 HMjtfEBl You camY -A,
BUT YOUE TRTJlfES AND IAMESS
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924 Pennsylvania Ave.
WJrotesate and Retail Dealers la
Otrr Waitt8 go to All Parts of the c Ity,
lrferwrmT Mown Pleasant
CALLS-, SW and t
Look Out for Ihe While Wagons i
Baltimore anil Ohio Railroad.
sebednle la Effect Jnne a, 13.
Leare WasMBflton Irom station corner of
New Jersey avenue and C street
For Cbh-aoo and Northwest. Vcitilmled
IJmlted express dally 11.30 a rn, express
Fob CnrewNAri, St, tonls and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3 and II so p m
For riTTSBTM and Cleveland, express dally
9 SO a. m and 8 -H) pm
Fonljsxirnrro and potats In the Shenan
FoRjViRctiKSTanand wav Stations t5.30pra.
For Lcbat tS so and 8.40pm
for IAMti0RB, week days. 4 0 5 00. 8 t
7.S0,7.ee, (8.O04Smlnnte9).8 3O.9 to (110).
ls.00, 4 rntnntej) a rn, 1 10. 2 15, tl W, 4V
ratantea) (3 15 4!Hnlnntes) S 25, 4 90, 4 , 4 ?-'.
.p. 45-mlnntes) SK 000. 6 IS, 6 SO. 7 10.
TJg, 8 3ft, 9 90,130, and 1130pm Sundays,
4 9. T 80. T 30. 8.30. 9.30 a m , ri 00, 4' mln'
nte) 1 00. 2.18, e.fi0, 4S-mlnntes) i i 4 eo,
2S,.l4i?.',mlnnle) 6-00, 6.13, 0.W, 7 30,
8 iK.ro 89. 11.30 pm.
Fwt Wr Statiovs between Washington and
t al tlraore, S 00, 8.38, 8 30 a m, I 10, 3 25, 4 n,
122'lUlL "J- Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.09
3 . 4 89, 6.SW, 1I.1 p m
Trains lfavx Baltiuork for Washington,
weck davs, 5 00, 8 20, 6, 7 15, 7 SO, 8 00,
30, 8 36, S 30 and 10 30. 10 3IS a m; 13 00, li 10,
10, 230, 250. 400. 4 15, BOO. 6 00,8 80.7.00,
7.S0, 850, BM, 9 00, 10 10. I0.BO and II 00 p rs
Sundays, 6 30. 7 IA 8 30. 8 as, 9 TO, 10 so, I0.V.
a m; 12 00. 1 03, 9.10, 9 30, 4.15, 5 00. 0 20, 7.00.
.v, V V, U UV, JV.1V, IV v UUll ll.W II UI
FqnANKArous.6,35 and 8 30 a m, U 10 and
4 80 p m Sundays, 8.80 a m, 4 33 p m.
Ixave Annapolis 0,33, 8.37 a m, 1J.0J, 3.50
ptn. Sundays,8 30nra,3.53pm.
?5iTA.T,,':', on tha Metropolitan Ilranch,
top, s.3o a m, l 15 p m. For principal
stations only, tl0.40 a m , tl 30 and ts to pm.
Fon HocRTitUE nnd Way Stations, t!35p m.
rontlAiTHKirtBono and Intermediate points,
19-45. no oo. til oo p m.
Fon Horn's and Intermediate stations, 7.00
Cnt'Rcn train leaves Washington on Sundai
at 1 lip m, stopping at all stations t Met
y.,;,,V3TtKiMp3(,m,?,ao' l930 m-Ma
Fon IlAoansTowN, 110.40 a m and t3 30 p m.
Trains arrive from Chicago dally at II Ham
and 4 10 pm: from Cincinnati and Rt Louis
dally 3 SO a m nnd 2 03 p m; from Plttsburt
7.10 a m. S 60 p m dally.
NKW YOnK A rniLADKLrniA DIVISION.
Fo-".. Nrw ToriK, Trenton, Nowark, N. .1., and
Elizabeth. N.J, 4 05, t8.00, siOOrt. lio0tt
rn.,s2.50,t.rj0and 10.30p.m. IlufTetl'arlor
Carson all day trains, sleeping car on tho
..10 so p.m. open at9(t)p m
ionPniLAiirLrniA, t03, t8.O0, l0.00, 12.00
noon. 2.50, slbo, o 15 and li.so p. m
T".l ,.?? ". Wilmington and Chester,
"Pit8 !!!". I00noon. 230, 4 M, 'CIS
and 10.30 p.m.
For iNTKincrpiAT points between Il.iltlmoro
;nij Philadelphia. t5.00 and 17 SO a. m , tJJO,
4 so p. ra.
'ifJfK" Now York for Washington.
lt?li night m' ' W' P m Bna
Traiks le.ve' rhllsdelphla for Washington,
't''7M m'18 '" " m' " "' M31'
For Hojtok, 2.M p ro, wllh Tnllman nulTot,
Slceilni Car running through to rioitjn
wlthjHtt clMRge.rla I'oughkcopsie IlrlJgo,
l9D(llD(t passengers In II. & M station at,
Fon ATMNTicCiTr,4 05 nnd 10.00 a m.. 12 0)
noon, 10 w p m. Sundays, 4.03 a m and
FOIt BAY IHDOE.
Wr zk nAT, 9.15 a m., 1 30, 4 30 p m Hun
. dsys, 9 is a m.. 1 3i. 3 It p m.
LEAvrllAr IHooE.wrek days, 0.30, a 30 pm.
fcandiys. H 00, 9 CO P ra.
tHioeiit RumliiT. Sllsllr. tiin,ln nnl
lUagax called for and checked from
hotels 1 and resklenres by fnlon Transfer Co.
on orders lelt at ticket ofUces, 613 and t3Ct
I'a are. and at depot.
J. T. OUELL, C1IAS. O. SCTf.U
Pen. Manager. Pen, ran.Ag't.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Traok. Splendid Seonory.
bteel Italia. Magnificent Equipment;
In effect May 11, 1990.
Trains leave Washington, from station, cor
ner of blxth and 11 streets, as follows:
Fob IUmnurtQ and tbe West. Chloago Limited
Express of 1'ullman Vestlbulod Cars aw
10JW a m dally; Fast Line, 10 W a m dally
to Columbus and bt. Louis, with bleeping
Curs from Itttsbarir to Columbus dally,
eieept Katurdar. to Chicago, with sleeping
CarAltoottatol'bleazo. St.LouIs.Cttt ago
and UutliiBatl KxureM, 3.'W p m dally.
Tarlor Car Washlagton to liarrisburs and
SleeplBgCars Uarrlsburtrtogt, Louti.Cul
lagoaiid Cincinnati, and Dlnlns tar liar
rlsbttrgto bt, Louis. Western xnrejat
7.40 p in dally, with SleeplBglaw Washing
tone to Chicago and St Louis, connecting
dally at llarrisburg with through Mecpers
fur Louisville autl Memphis. I'aciflo Kx
press, 10 op n m di lly. for llttsburg an I tba
"ll,u.,yl,.h '"fo" ' t-leetier to Httsburg,
and Ilttsburg to fll igo.
IIALTIMOKK AND PoTOMAO RAILHOAD.
Foa Kake. Caaandalgua, Itohester and Nt
agara Palls dally, except Sunday, S.lu a m.
Foa Kais. CanandaLgua and Kocbester da'ly:
for Ilurfalo and Niagara daily, oxrept Sat
urday, 10.00 n m. with Sleeping larWajrt
lnjrtoB to UoetMSter.
FOa WiLUAHsruar, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
at W 50 a ra dally, except bunday,
For WiLUAXsroBT dally,!) 80p m-
Fua l'MiLAUiirHiA. New York and the East,
7J0 9As),llxJaBd U.tOa m. 2 10, 3 13, 4 JO.
3.14). 1 00 and 11 ) p m On Sunday, 9 0).
II 49 am, .,3 14,40, 10 00 and 1 1 Jj p m.
Unfiled Kxprese of imilman I'artor Oars,
9.W a m dally, exeepi Sunday,
FoaNxwYuas iuh.t, Uiulted Bxpre-i with
lMsluz Car. 5.00 p. hi dally.
Fo FuiuuwraiA oaly. Fast Expresa a 10 a
m, week-days, aud 4J0 p ra daily Expreii,
baday osly, 6. 40 p ta.
FsaBoMOM without ebaage.SIS pm every
Fen BwoxiTt:, N- Y, all tbroogh trains rta
iw.t at Jersey illy wttbttoaU of brvjklra
Aasex, affording direct transfer tu 1 1 t a
JJ resit... avutdlsHc double ferriage atiu
Fsj Aiuhw Cr, 11 40 a m week dsyj,
Fee BAlTiMMts. ja. 7 98, 8.W. 9 00. 9,10, 10 CO
MM, It W aad 11.49 a m. UM,i 10, 3 rs J JJ,
4 a, 4 M. I m. iM, i.49. S.U0, 7 U. 10 uj aai
ll.Wusi. Oa Soaday 9 00. S.itt. WAMl id
S S-sA. - 00. w, e 00.
T 40. HjBC &d 11JI9 DM.
daily, exeeAt Svaday
Fo AMi4Mius.7JBad 9 .Ma ia, U.OBanf 30
p ra daily, except Suuday. buuday, 4 jj
WASHfaHJTOK SOOTH EKN RAILWAY.
la eet Mar 11. WW.
Fo AUXAMMULA. 4.39. S.S6, 7 ti. 8 40, 9 il,
JS.S7asa.Ra4 aaoa.2 ST? 19. 4 S. 4 v.. a oi"
W W-as ad U Up w. Ou Sunday at 4. m
7.4S. 9.4. 5S, a aa,V,t4t, 8 02, aui 10 05
Amuuummwasi Muif)VAk(,7 n and
4 6S p m week-days. 7 4eaBasiuia
Fo jtuiusoaaaasi ta Suoth, 4 do au4 '7a
daily. Aeoaascaodatiaa 4.56 p u week
TiuuiJi Wave Abtxaaslria for Wislmitii,
MB T9S. 8 98.110.llL15.il OT, am ! ),! uo!
J.59. M. ( 06, 7 JS. 9.29. 10 97 and U H j, ra
Ob bsitdiar at 9.10, and USn a m, .' ia, S 10.
7.06. 7 29, 9J. and 10.97 p sa.
Tk-keis and lnfurmatkut at tho otice,
aortueswt corner of TbirteeutU street aui
Feuuylvaala avenue, and at the station,
where orders can be ltd t fur t Us i Le a.ojfvt
butnuKu to destination from huuUauateal
du.a J K wuou.
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