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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, HATCH!) VY EVENING, JULY 20, 1890.
The Daily Crit re
An Indiscriminate Rednetton In rrlce
at Bry Otmila nt w, D. Clnrk Co.'.
stosurs. Tnutatn d ciar cm.w&o
tor it em rally locsted nt mi Market
Mc1 PnnsjlvanU avenne northwest,
nimkr an indiscriminate reduction In
f oewmmentof their large and well
seletted stock of seasonable dry awi fof
et thirty days Among the1r ftqrt and
liraiaw ImlnMe list of isMnetlnnswemaybe
TWtmW to nrantton their desirable all
wrol boner? em b Hhmii, saltsMe for bMh
In; rait ud 1W Irs- skirts, etc The former
rates of rnee nrw nmnwr textares were
We , cm redaction price Is only 7i Tac
priBtnc knife has hen nsed again to a great
extent, severing the prices In twain at thts
rei resent at Ire and popular dry goods estsb
lisbwent call early anil nre tee an pre
ctdented btrt alns that are now being offered.
1ne ol adage says tbe early bird patches
the choicest worms, no in this case, ton
Urn extent, Is also applfcnble-tbat 1. the
laedss who call first are very apt to protmre
the choicest bargains.
Itmttlen'e refrigerator, Unity Uar
tinge, Ktc.r Kte.
Thia responsible Installment estaotl mment
Is tentraliy located at W and ,ereath
street northwest, and Is now ranting eat
Trice on refrigerators. Baby carrlasres, and
all other line of goods needed for the smn
nrar. (toodssold on a cash basis; on easily
paid hsetamueirts. .
Uonghton Co.' Unprecedented In
ducements. . The cheapest yet. Jnst read their bargains
in fnthitnre: I oak bnrean, 1 bedstead, 1 wash
stand, l pair of feather pillows, 1 extra large
oak table, t line reed chairs, t wire mattress
all these serviceable ami desirable articles,
tiseinl eTery day, for the small anm of S 08.
An In twy offer 6 ehalrs and a six foot ex
tension table for the surprising and nnprece
daetett .price of 818.00. And again, ctn you
(pare the small snm of $lto If so, see unr 7
plcce oak dining room suite. It Is a daisy, and
the price Is almost nominal.
W. II. tTol-BHTOM A Co.
1818 Jb 19 F St. N. V.
Tlie Nntlonal Safe Deposit Company,
Cor. lath St, nnd N, V. Avenue,
Storage for silverware. Jewelry. Laces,
Fine Goods ami valuables of all kinds.
Chances moderate. Safe deposit boxes tor
teat at the very lowest rates.
STIiey Send n Pretty sharp Letter to
The cllitens of Mount Pleasant h.ire
received a letter from President Hurt of
the Washington and Georgetown Ilill
road staling tbnt after a trial tho com
pany thinks that the travel does not
show any necessity for running more
cats on the Fourteenth street lino Just
The committee of citizens have trans
mltted a reply to President Hurt In
which they say that they understand
that President Hurt's letter Is onty an
expression of his opinion that the clll
zlns of Mount Pleasant do not need
more cars, nnd not a refusal of tho
Loonl to grant them better railway
facilities, and they assert that the rail
load company did not carry as many
pancngers to tho mile from Georgetown
to the Navy Yatd as they did over tho
Mount Pleasant distance, which Is only
tnc tenth tho distance' from George
town to tho Navy Yard. They cl.ilm
11. nt If the three-cent tax Is taken off the
Havel will more than double over the
line. They also claim that they are
ten) pel led to pay three cents mote thin
rMcnRi'is on the other lines of the
itnipauy to go the same distance, and
ry it wouldbe a satisfaction to them
w lead Ihc subterfuges tho compmy
wc tdd have to tctort to tn defend them
itivra. Tlieyostltiy demanding lwtler service,
patllculatly at night; immediate stop
page of the tuTctvcent tax, and that the
through rate he the same as on any
other of the Washington and George
town lines, and say that if the company
declines to supply their needs after fully
understanding them, they will govern
The letier Is fclgned by John G. Judd,
chaiiman of the committee.
(Irunil A nil j- of the Hepntilla ut
llostun Aiiciut It to 10,
Tue National Kncatnint t the
Oraml Army of the Ilepubilc will be bold
at Boston Aucust 11 to Id loclutlve. In
older to accommodate member of tbe
Older, their fauillln awl friends awl tb
ublk, lb rnujr!vauia itallroad Com
pany will ou this occasion soil excursion
tickets (row Washington to Boston at a
tattsof oue fare for tb routltrli;clilUlrn
I c-twtjen the age of 5 and Vi year naif
rate. Ticket will be told on Auc ust s, U,
lOautl 1, gou4 going until tbe l'itb, and
good to return until Auguvt the aoth. Ttut
retumiwr limit cau, however, N extewlad
until Setdewber JO by depositing tb ticket
with agent of Joint line In Boston. The
commander of tbe I)fmruuent of I'oto
inac and ktaff. accowmnletl by Jobu A.
llawUn IVt, No. 1, mid Kit Carson Post,
Nu. Si, will um) iLc futMylvauia llallroad
and Fall River LIim, leaving Waehlngtoa
by special train on tbe evening of August
.' Moilou 1'oat, Nu. i, will also use tbe
I't-uaaylvsnla line, leaving by special train
on August )0. Train leave toe Sixth
tJUeet iUUon at 7:MO,, y.ifl, 1! and 11. It)
a. iu.,8:10, 3;15, im, 5, 5:10, 10 and U:J
p. w. week da, awl U and M:10 a. nt ,
i 10, S;1S, 4Ji, S, 10 and ll.'JO p w.
huudays. In addiiUwi to above regular
train. eeial train will leave on Uta even
ing M Auguat 'J and morning of the lOtb.
AttcsAtaa U culled to choice of routes,
ltate via all rail, $11 SO; via rail and Sow ml
lines, $U) : via rait Jtnd steamer Maryland
route, lt JO.
Suns uf tbe Kcvulutluu.
Tb eWt-kty of ik Seas of tu Awri
can lUvolulloa nMt at General Gruely's
iLktknce yettetday afternoon. Th
i,bJ4 cl el li Bwrting wa to lalut bmsm
i.jc fsr fiauttng a coeaUtuUon and to
I I ctide for tbe puUlcutlo of tb tevo
h.lk Batty iei vleea of tbe wclo of
tat-h iuesk)ber. A huge Huwbar of
iea.bw weit preaent aid over ISO ap-I-lK.tiiiMi
far nseasbeKhip were re
ithetL lino Into a Oabie Car.
Tnsxe was a euliieiou hiet Biafbt be
tween a ciwrtBae asxi a eabk ear at
StvetUk ssiact aad Um Avuss. Join
WtigM. io ve at No. M tat,
nuitbwa. tbsi driver of taw carriage-,
vae tkswwa out aatl ioaiiwbt uijureti.
lift s)lts!nlA 10 nrffsBf to tbjB Cntabj 0ns
griMMM, aexi a4anlts that be vwy
I iiiiilly uadertook to drive tho
A IHeoeant T.ainiia Usiak.
V9 tommmmm aaA cowtlysttoa. taka
jf IsutsnSatsSH aan iBUi silNllACbt tags)
1 " -n lDffif
i Catlt aant aaWMS bnnslAlNanS ta3
1 lMjaMtA ftMsl
1 j .aaa 4 trmr'fn Ml eWaUMy,
r tt veva, e4jasawl slinnligAislis) tineata)
tt. j -j. , attW wbatb ummm
a' ilt 4saalassns USsV, elWWaeaV kanatisa,
t . i - ur barifiif
1 , ae otdy br Or. . aVoi., Vt-
. . -a .1.00 ynt Urftk. Ml bg (btsg-
'x I'.uwua iTaiiaOer WtitM.
. ,. . h .f. uf gnat astSedsg boat
ii i ,.:,i,mii, iiu ttf Brvourutr4ij,
b ..L..-e ijj-dtfed il4aeys and couti-
tl Lux. Ueu cun ! by Dr. Mattel's
tij tluur, iua iutt..s awlB.
Bev. i C HeXta,
kid M . tWdT&HJaV.
Nw Je TaUuOt .. iUBM, Ga.
Ueoreaaoa felSlsl HAs.
I'm. iiJxdauda(t.MbMAlaal4. beat,
S41-.il uod 04i.il. aiMiliuBi. SaU, eo
m itU.- M6taMy aadbuabs. 1 awibx,
W ,7 Jitu. iMl. ,aJve, iiJ,Wtt
M.J .,.!;, $tmU 30 bUrkut food,
U . uu kuu urn bait bear to jiwto
ikMA I wW Mat yOtt-lMbwrf aVUMr't
THE "BLUE RIBBON."
AN mwmk OF I!fOOMPARABU
TChnt tt Menns amt Ilbtv Voh'II
He promised to bring me a phws of blue
To tie np my bwnnle brown hair.
Pitch ttm the rttak promrsn of a lore
sick Scotch )M rmmtt Johanift, who
went to a fair ami sought to "svttiare"
himself with hie It. C, who otherwlne
might hare sung more petnlantly than
sh dM: "Oh, dear, what can the mat
This le one of the rmpnlar sentimental
trftrtitrona of the blue tibbon, and I re
spect It for its anlhiaity as much m I
dtsplse It for it nonsente.
T?ut tbf bine rlbbrm has figured In the
tilioty of the ehlvalric limes, and the
licst picture of Christopher Columbus 1
ver saw repretenttd h!m in a very
dttdlsh pair of blue ribbon garters.
Christopher was very particular, I un
derstand, In the matter of garters. He
never wore them on shipboard: because
blue garters would have provoked a
minced-meat mutiny as quick as a Iwn
dana will elicit enthusiasm inn Dull,
but If he'd only known it he might have
got the votes of nil the aboriginal repub
licans, If he'd only worn them when he
was on suore nere a swapping lies and
promises with the susceptible nnd sadly
credulous Itetl men.
But in this case I want to (Is on your
minds a familiar association of Ideas,
An acute sense of sight is a fit accom
paniment for a cultivated sense of ttnte.
Then follow mo closely. I want you to
Imagine tho most delicate shade of
bluo ribbon encircling tho neck of a
bottle filled with a tluid of the purest,
most transparent, and most brilliant
amber hue. Can you conceive n har
mony more perfect than blue and am
bei? The picture is no more ongalni;
than the reality. The amber tlutd is
tho "Sckct" table beer, brewed bv tho
Pabsl llrewing Company of Milwaukee,
and tho "Ulue lilbbon" is the dwlc
natlng insignia of that excellence with
which it has been crowned by the
judges of the world's greatest exposi
tions. Now you're into the secret. Hut
there's something more to it. This
"Select" beer is essentially a table nnd
family dtink, and the most palatable
of summor beverages. It also possesses
those peculiar qualities of a high grade
of malt brewing which are Invalutble
to Ihc convalescent, the Invalid, the de
bilitated mother and tho untoned hu
man system generally. It is a beverage
you can ask for. confidently, In any first
class hotel or cafe, mid It is something
you should not be without on your side
lioard at home.
It can only be obtained In bottles, nnd
if you would like a caw sent to vnur
home drop a line to Captain Ii. S. Wld
dlcombe, the manager of the Washing
ton branch of tho Pabat Company, at
No. 703 North Capitol street, or call
ldm up on telephone No. 373, and your
order will be filled at once.
The Pabat beer Is largely used In this
city, and under Captain Widdlcombe'a
able direction the output is constantly
Increasing. John Hbctor.
Editor Vritk: Beeing an art'ele on
fusing In your today's pap r views
of Aichdeacon Farrar and Cardinal
Newman as a Presbyterian I claim
both to have views differing from
Christ's tmchiiigt to his Apostles, viz .
When Ihcy asked him as to their mis
sion to heal, etc., Christ's answer, want
uf Faith, which can only come by
fatting and jraifr. Sixty years ago,
when I was a young man, our church
practiced fasting onScrlplural grounds,
Iz.: Having four (quarterly) Sacra
mental seasons in the year, preparatory
exercises, one day preceding by fouling
uuU praytr. Fasting, as then practiced,
was to abstain from full daily meat
to the bodily weak of all ages were
rcouttu4mitU. A little food, sueh a) a
cup of lea ami a biscuit, or a slice of
I read, tbe benefit was apparent as ald
irg tbe eommualeast tn a belter ap
proach to the Lord't tubU in Imitation
of Qbrlst and bur twelve Apoettee, we
being foUoum-t of Christ
Georgetown, U. C. July l
A eiefraaaa, attar year of SMftaHag
f mnu UiattoatkaooM tluinse, Cataseb, aatl
vainly trying every known remely, at last
1 1 ,m nt! a pres?rirtiibft wbieb eiMHssiaeasy
eured aatl saved him from death. A'ayauf
(enr from this dreadful iMeaa aeaistng
a self adilnaafid stamped envelonA to Pro
twior J. A. Lawrence, 8S Wanes street,
b'cw York, will receive the recipe bee at
Marine Uaud Gsaesirt.
Tbe foliowlag will be Uta ixograauMa
trf Use Marine Bead eojecert at tbe
WUte Heave at 5:30 tbte afternoon.
Kgyetbui Muck. Pitarner
Overture, "Li Itonlno 'atr" Aubex
WaJ --Wtxadtag danc". iiung'i
iroouuMW aose, --s-uju Auumta,
troaa tbe bet Mater
(rwlormed by tt. Itoaa.)
foi)unl, "Aid" Verdi
Hungarian isaace. . JfrtHe
Tanansbt. "A Feity Tale". ..!!" Bacae
BxearatoB Ttckete ta laiitaa,.
for tbe beasant of filifiens of lanlsntta wbo
daabe to Ceaaetoi' anil inaa) a tan eomlnsT
aha Una), taeaaatiawtfe lirt "faff WiWrrtsT
CeanisaWr vaM aatl eaxsssiosv sfebaes atom
Wasaaegteff 9- tf pufeff lf lfn tt tbe
sate of" One anite4 bvie tar tbe round kit.
October at as4 91, end Ui b valid for
HtUn TlBlaiMiffsfi faaf aa(H4tt& atanJU laTUaal saaaalsS Cat
sslVSswaajp aSBnaaaaanwV asass aasKssrsn'ap aaay sseis-aaah sasaasav sps
stotuined to lb ! AeylMW.
RuMffffti il- Vntesv of QKotantovn,
P. C, wbutat a jury cj.uittei of telog
taMJne eboui two dys ao, 4 wbo
wa aUoi4 to lve tbe courtroom
kb bis vlfe, baa volunurlly retuiued
to bat lave aylw. Hi old uialady
fcmosa eee trying to injure ktm- Tbe
witirsl sMttswoby before i&e Mwbl'
jewy ell to tlw efect tbbt VatoM
V. -T PsS
jHM iwsTiirWrS AOOllMaT nsnassf aaanpa
uksu aauaaa tee aaaUaBn. laeBSasat. m
ttaaaasaLiBBisV SOsianelSe snaaaTHaal
ali UbbV. naSsi eS, ml aVsTaanS
"F n"nnaaj "aBsp s-saaasi -mrw. snasv - -y -sfaasaw-
sjnanwlaT aasobe- Sin. a bosbUt.
SHE WANTS A RECEIVER,
And Claims to be theWlfoor Joannes
ltocbon or this City.
A carious story is to'd in a bill filed
wltn tins clerk of the Equity Oottrt yes
terdny afiernoon. For years past
Joannes Itochon has 1en known to tbe
feminine portion of Washington society
nt the hairdresser per excellence of this
city. Mnch of the snecew of the lnl
new w due to tbe personal supervi
sion of Jladnme llochon, m the lady
was called, who was regarded always
as the wife of the hairdresser, llttt an
other Madame llochon appeared, ami
In a bill tiled yesterday by Judge Pel
bam, stats that she was married, to
Joannes llochon in Lyons in December,
1W9, ami became the mother of four
Children as the result of such marriage.
Two of these children are now living.
In 1875, however, Jiary Wagner, a
German girl, was engaged as governed
to the children and installed In the
honsehohl. Her personal attraction,
lmwcver, soon resulted in her being pro
moted to be bookkeener and cashier In
the balrdressing ami perfumery shop
crntrncicu uy itocnon. in ww aisti tme
bitnme very ill, and Hochon was in
duced tn dispense with the girl's ser
vices. It Is alleged In the bin that he
engaged apartments elsewhere for her
and constantly visited her, spending all
his time with her when not at the store.
In 1981 Joannes collected all the
property, Including the stock In lire
store and money In bank, and left for
Paris, taking the German girl with
him. From Paris they went to Lon
don and thence to Washington.
Here, the bill alleges, Hochon has
always Introduced SInry Wagner as his
wife, has made out deeds in her name,
and on the 10th of December, 133 i,
had christened at St. Matthew's Church,
nn Infant daughter tinder the name of
Jeanne Heine Hochon, ns the legitimate
daughter of defendant and sntd Mary
Waencr. The bill prays for a full nc
count of what Is duo her and asks for
the appointment of n receiver.
islnnil 1'ark, llnrper's Terry,
Tbe finest pleasure grounds In the coun
try. Music, dancing, lioattng, fishing,
swings, flying horses, croquet, etc., etc.,
all free. Every Thursday from It. it O.
station at lO.Oi) a. tit. Tickets, Includta;
reserve seats both directions, $1.
Finding a Foumlllnz,
While ofllcers Dean nnd Hide were
on Ihclr beat In tho Second Precinct
last nlcht they found In a basket, on a
doorstep, a live baby. A number of
the people In Iho neighborhood were
very anxious to adopt Iho child, but
Mr. Dean Is seriously considering a
proposition to take It Into hU own
IS a complaint from which many suffer
1 nnd few ate entirely freo. Its causo
Is Indigestion nnd rt sluggish liver, tho
euro for which Is readily found in tho
use of Aycr's Pills.
" I liavo found that for sick headaohe,
caused by a disordered condition of the
ntomnch, Ayer's Pills are the most re
liable renie"dy."-3Atuuel O. Uradburn,
"After the use of Aycr's Pilli for
many years, In my practice and family,
1 am justified In saying that they are an
excellent cathartic and liver medicine
sustaining all the claim made for them.
W. A. Westfall, M. D-, V. V. Austin
& N. W. Hallway Co., llurnet, Texas.
"Ayor's Pills are tho best medicine
known to me for regulating the bowek,
nnd for all diseases caused by a. dis
ordered stomach and liver. I Buffered
for ovor three years from headache, In
digestion, and constipation. I had no
appetite and was weak aud nervous
iuot of the time, lly using three boxes
of Ayer's Pill, nnd at the aame time
dinting myself.I was completely cured."
Philip ioekwootl.TojiiiKa, Kansas.
" I was troubled for yours with Indi
gestion, constipation, npd headache. A
few boxes of Ayer's l'ills, used In small
dully doses, restored me to hnU'
They are prompt aud effective.' II.
Strout, Meadville, Pa.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by sll DruggUM aod DwWri la MeJWoc.
Oaarteted by Special Aet of Denote,
JANUAHV at, Us.
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITO BUKGLAH AMD PfRE-PKOOP
Ceataleed ia Ha FfKE-FBOOP BtJtUHMS,
N. E. 6m. 154h Strset and New Yk Ave.
oetowrs o. s. tssasury.
0HCS EGOH6.9A.M TO 4P- M.
EXTRACT OF BEEF
Makes the puree!, cheapest and best
I'lutMt uuut Uutoriuktovk for Sou(k4,
tutiMMM uuil Jlade UUUtM.
Ooe WMU4 0 BUfMt olMaef euaj to torty
irA"it of lasa beer, of t!e vaJae of abovr
wltb JlUtlM ve
Wbet -,), .1.1 ij'
tUc ujttrl L.
aburbi.J i-i!, 1
aJiy ileal. . . :
tlui LclJ ! ud
thai VU u a - b
It d'UW-. lulla.- j.
tiun ptotttt tb
QjA.Utl'rb uf 3 L
nai-iw.1 ita - .
bum laoit 1 l j.
twMiia the utu
aad reeturc .!.-..
or Uate aud -UjcJ
TUX TtUJ t-LttJt.
4 oeMs isaiaeitatoeieli.noitriliadig
(SBBBBW' X"V.P UVI
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ors, Photographs and All Pictures In
Stock Except Artolypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Special attention paid to Framing, ReglMlnff, Moving and Boxing Pictures and Mirrors.
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave., Washington.
3034, south side Water st, West Washington,
NEW YORK BUFFET,
m TENTH STREET N. W.
Dsst and I'urwt Uqusrs la tba &Uy. Im
JAMBS U. COSTELLO, ProprWer.
WASniNOTON, d. a
Array and Navy Headquarters,
Fourlrea Fiw Ssaapas.
TERMS-tl ad$t Par Par.
OotsMr lih aad I st. a. w.,
H. M. CAKE.
O. Q. STAPLBS,
late of Tstoauaad Ui. Wins. n.
SIXTH STREET ASD PA. AVE.
U WOOBIMJRY. ProprWor
Awl iuam tfsaw frtSaUfiU lkaU.
wnt. u. 6AI.T ft ca
WsWssss BBs IsssjP SSSJSBpSS BS
UftsMsW Msj Cmgf't Cttsi CsttL
SSSSVSSssSBS? SS SrjSSHP sSSSP SSS
uraiCS: utt t. im, fflirsinaisw InlliMini
TBfnrnnisHi tMfcw. nut xx4. vt-
ft -Z&r iBi
Until Furlher Notice,
ALt, KIN D3 OF
RAMSEY & BISBEE,
ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR.
DawrigMiwutf HMk Wrk P-mnty
Hxecuicd U FtasjtsQIisit siljrte.
Color PiliOiag stmt Kt smd Tatty
DtisJttHS for CsMHfltssti TfinrttMr
PRESSWORK FOR THE TRADE
Grand, Ufi.gbt and Square
tstnotUmo pawfctiwa U united
T T T
We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
Come Up and
The owner has extended our time a
short while. Our customers reap the
benefit. The Lumber must not be
moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND.
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LiBBEY, BITTINGER & MILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $
HiKE lElO! COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just he stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest,'
BUT T01JE TEHEES AID IAMESS
sKkM.sB assoa. assoiassm SssagmsBiBaaBl ssBOtasBBiasfi
W? 1ST 1 DEI
V bu rj
HAS BEEN SOLD.
Get Our Present
i .1 5 and $ i .50.
IN 10 OR 15 MIHOTE.
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY.
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer! ta
Ove Watrems go to All rarts ot the City,
trrelMhis; Mount neasaat
CALLS-, 9!t and Mi
Lwk Dot fof the White Wagons I
Tha Great Pennsylvania Routs
To the North, West and Southwest.
DonM Track. Splwidld Scenery
8tel Halls. Mairolflcenl Bqalpmoaf
Trains leave WasMnaton.irom station or
ntr of Sixth and C stt-Mts, as follows
Fr Pirrsnvwi and Ibe Wesl r inr sif.i Mm"
teil Eipteasof Itillman e!lhIIlot a'sat
0 90 a m dally; Fast Mne, 10 50 a m ds! y
CMcBro, Uoiumbns and St Louis with
fcleeptoe Oars from narrlshtir to lndlanan
oils, Pittsbnrff to Colitmhus; Altojiu t :
thlMBO. n. Lonls Chicago and rmriinatl
Bxpress, 3 30 p ra dally. Parlor t ar waih
li Rton to Harriibnr, and si-enn ( ts
Ilartlsburjr to St. liul, Chicago and Cm
oinDatl, and Dlnloe Car Uarrlshnr tost
Ionls.l IiIcrjto and Cincinnati. Western Ks
press, at r.to p m dally, with sleeping ( ars
washmaton to Chlcairo and 8t Loins, r n
nectlBft dally at llarrisbnre with thr.mm
Sleepers ror Lonisvtlle and Memphis Pun
man rdnlcr Car nttsburff to Rlclmond and,
Ihleairo. Paclflc Express, 10 oo pm daily,
forrittsbnritand tho West, with throiuh
Sleeper to riltsbtirg and l'lltsbur? toCli.
BALTIMOnE AKD IOTOMAC RAlLtlOAtK
Fon Kane. CanandalRiia, llochesler and Nl
arara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8 10 a m.
For FniB. Canamlalsua and Ric hestcr daily;
fir Uuffalonnd NUeara dally, except Sit
urday, 10 00 pm, with Sleeping; Car Wash
Intlon to Itochoster.
For itt.iAsisroRT, Ixick Haven and Elmlra,
at 10 N) a m dally, except Sunday,
Foh WitMAMsronT, daIy, 3.30 pm
Fon PniLAnsiMiiA, New York nnd the Rait,
", 9 oo, ll.to and ll.tOa m,8.io, M5.4.20,
5.10, 10.00 and 11.90 pm. On Sunday, 9.03,
11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.1S, i so. lo oo and n -jo p m.
Limited Express of rnllman rarlor Can,
9.W a ra dally, except Snnday,
Fon Naw Yobk only, Limited Express wtth
Dliilnu Car, 5 00 p m dally.
Fon 1'nti.AiiEi.riiiA only. Fast BxpicsstlOa
mveek-days and 4pm dally. Express
Sunday only. 5 top m.
Fon IloiTos without cliancc,3.13 pm orerr
Fon rnooRf.rx, N. V., all through trains con-
neer at Jersey City with loats of llrooklyn
Antex. atTordlnir direct transfer to Fulton
street aroldlngdoiible ferrlaso across Now
Ton At ijimic Cur, 11.40 a m wcok-days, 11 30
Ton IlALTiMonc, 0.35, T.S0, 8.10. 9.C0 9 11, 10.07,
I0..V), 11 COand 11.40a n, 1J.05, 9.10, 3 IS 3.33,
1 00, 4 80, 4 30, 5 CO. S.40, 0 CO, 7 40, 10.00 and
11.20 p m. On Sunday 9.00. oon. I0.ro, II 10
n m, S.10. 3.15. 3. SO, 4.W, 4 30. 5.00, 5 4), 0.00,
M0, 10 00 nt.d 11 20 pro.
Fon Poi'K's c miK LtNK, r 20 a m and 4.3 n m
dally, except Sunday.
For AMNArous. 7.80 and 0.00 a m, 1S.C3 and
4.M p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
0 oo a ra and 4. so p m.
WASHINGTON 80UT!lKItN IIAILWAY
In ofTect May 11th, isoo.
Foh AirVANriHIA, 4 30, 8.30, 7 4V S4'. 9 JV
10.57 a m, 1U.01 noon, 8.05. 3 30, t.S, 4.35.0.01.
s.0, 10.03 and 11.30 pm. on Sunday at 4 30,
7.43, 9 13 10.57, a m, 9.30, C.01, 8.02 and 10.03
AiiMnATWN for (uantlco, 7 13 a in and
4.55 pm week days. 7.45 am Sundays.
For Hkiikinii and the South, 1 30 and lo 57 n
in dally. Accommodation 1.55 p m week
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 003
7 (5, 8 10. 8.10. 10.15. 11.07 a mi 1.S0 .1.00, 3.50,
5.10, 81. 7.05, 9.S0. 10 37 and HOT p m
On Sunday at 9.10 ami 11.07 a m. 3.00, 5.1 J.
7.05. 7 W, 9.XO nod 10J7 n,
Tickets and Information at tho oUco.
northeast corner of Tlilrteentb street and
l'unmylranla nTciiuc, and at tbe Kt.itlon,
where orders can Int left for the checking of
Iwggaite to destination from hotels and rei! -lences.
CIIA!. E. ITO IT, J. H. WOOD.
General Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent.
Ilaliimorc nml Ohio Railroad."
Schedule In effect June 36, 1390,
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jer.er aTenua and O street.
Fon CiucAiiO and Northwest, Vestlbuled
l.lmlied express dally 11.30 a ru, express
9 JO p m.
For Cixcinnati, St. Loul. and Indianapotls
express daily 3.50 aril 11.30 pm.
Fon 1'iTT.Bino and Cleveland, express dill
9su am and 8.10 p.m.
run I.LxiNHToN ami points la the Shenandoah
For iccHtsTXR and war stations, tS.30 p m.
Fob Lciur, UJO aud 'S.to p m.
For IIaltimore, week days, 4.05,5.00, 843,
IX 7J018.CO 45-minutes), 8.30, 9.30. (11.00,
li.00 45-miaute) a. m., l.10,3.is u.w 4V
mluule.). (3.16, 45-ralnutet), xss, -i), 4.30,
M (t.10, .5-mlnute). 5JW. 8.00, 0.13. G.30,
7.W. 7.30, 8.36, OM. JO 30 and 1130 p. m.
huadays, tf, 7.20, 7.30, 8 30, a 30 a m.
(HC.CW, 43 minutes) 1.00, s.13, iiW, 4J-inlu
ulw) 3 , l., 4 . (ISO, 45mlnute) 6.0j.
UM, 8.W, 7.30, 8.34, 10.30, 11.30 pm.
Fob Wav stations tietween Washington and
MttnofB. fco, ,. 8.30 am., u.a,isa,
3 k, s.av, e.as, rio p m.
Tkains uave llAtTiuoan for Washington,
week days, 8.W, 8.30, fl.W.7.15, 7.J9.H00,
6 JO. 9 35, 9.3C and 10.30. 10.33am.: UO0,
1.!0. 3.10. 3.3C. 3.30, 4 00, 4.15, 5 00. 0 00,8.30.
7.C8, 7.10. 8.), 8.30. 9.00. 10.10, 10.30 and 11.00
I m Sundiv., 8 30. 7 15. 8 SO, 3.33. 9 3), 10 30,
10.33 a IU.. U'.OO. 1 .05. 3 10, 3 3U, 4 13 5 .00. CM.
7.W.T (W, S.3J, 8 30, 10 10. 10.30 and 11.00 pm.
Fob AKKAraLis, 6.36 and 8.30 a ta., 13 10 and
4 39 p a. bunday-t. S.30 a m., 4 ..' n m.
Leave AuMlwfk 6 35, 8.37 a in., 1.' 05, 3.VJ
p m. buadays, 8.30 a m., 3. 55 i m.
For bTATioKD ou Ibe Metrotofltan Branch,
t8,s38 a w.jtts p m. For prt.up.il
stallou. ooly, tl0.40 a tn.tl.io and tv
Fob Sock villi and Way Statloas. tl tt p m.
Fi OiiTHHwnowi aad laterasedlate Pu'nts,
t9.M,JHl8, tlUOa m., 11X0, tlOO, 35,
Fob l-'ovu'. aud Intermediate station., 90
Cwtmu TBAiti Imtvs Wathlagtoa ou Sunday
at 1 It p at., itoppliix at all statious on
FesFbcuaiuiK. T8 30.IC39, J 3.30 til. 33am.,
ft.lt, DO, t.3 p .
Fob tiAasasrowK, 1 10.40 a ra. and ts.'M p m.
TBAU.AHBivxirora CUeago dally lt.iiani
aad 4.H a a; flora CUuiianati aad bt LooU
4aUy i-J) a, a aad 3-05 p ui; from t'ltUlmrn
7. a , J.50 p m daUy.
JJ8W YOBK Jfc FHILADKLPlilA PIVISION.
rw K Yomm. TrMtoa. Newark. N 3 . and
Fliiabrth, K. J , M 06. tt.00, W W, U M
aw. 3 5d. t.5a aad 'WW p a. Buffet
I'mhtt Cars oa all day train.. Sleepiuj Car
on tbu W p a, Oia at .M p a.
Fob PtuxADUuiA, 4 66, t8 09. 10.00, "l.'OO
boou, I.M, t SO. M.15 aad "10.3a o m.
Fob feiUARK, IW , WilaUw(ou aud CbeUr,
4J6, t.(W a n, .! aoou, .50, 'liD,
8.15 aad W 30 p a.
Fbk utMut&utATB ytuun btwMi Baltimwe
aad Pfclimlelphlu, 45.80 aad :. am t i 50,
4js p a.
Tbaim iBAta Nw Yatk for Wanlagtoa,
tfuu.tll.39 aa,3a,83C, s.ospmaad
j3 is Bteht.
TKAiBa lcavb PsdwdeljOda lor Washlaatoa,
Hjh. H.U. ., rl a a. ti.to, nu.
Fob stoMNi, C59 a. with Pullman Buffet
nu rBJuwu iirowgn to ooou
frkiaBB via riin-ihfraan.la BrU.
iiiwswni lu I. A if. station, at
Fob ATta we Ctrv. USaad te.oo a.n.UM
uatm. auboays, tJm a a. u.uu aoou aad
FOH HAY SID68.
Wxib oats, .19 a a., 1 J. 4.49 p m. Sua-
days. 9 85 a a., 1 80, 3 it p a.
LSAk Hay Kuh.i' week days, 6.30, 3.30 pm.
buudays, s.uO. a p m.
tKxiept bunday. OaiIy fSunday only.
Baiucaise (.ailed foe and lUucMti truiuUo
reNkud rtsidiucea hj t'uiuu 'i raij-it-r t j. ou
iidcr. lelt iit ikket vmci, OiJaut lto: Fa.
ate and at depot
J T OUEL1. (mi. O. St i LL.
tut Manager in.ii t4. A't.
i it rUOl till, gnu-i -nd KJHT008 DIBttlTft
ii i Ot rm 43 fcuu-, JrrrUrUh a4 fartm Uau4srf
Lie UfttHH SttuC rut rahaaHLHWls ptntUBi WssiTsS
: Aaao mi MttitU. tt., 8ff Ai.8. 1. 1
T ptescrw aaa lauy sas.
dAr&a Ssr H &. til. tUUBi
wsciftc t Ui cwuda osm
a. H. I3UBAHAV U ft.
a msurnain, a i.
W bate sold BU U tsa
Kauy )UI, AUil U. BAj
.-, I.n Ui bsat ut SAU
ot icAio, m.
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