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The Daily Critic
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IllWden's Iterflgemtori, llaby
TMt Ntpornlbie installment pstabllfhrneitt
iy locmw at mn and sm saventn
ttortnwnt. And I now fHMM Mlt
ff-5 lwrtRerator. Baby Orrlwtw, and
wMgrihws of )rood! needed for the ma
lt' jg?M on a cash baets; on easily
Jatrt. read their harmta
: 1 oak hniMn. 1 hHtmnt i V
lrlr of feather pillow., 1 extra-large
i f&hto. a an pmi i
I wire mattrws-
All llMM mrr4fhlA am
Mi str rtar, for the mall no
Aaam tmw i4t6 ..hat. mj i
every dar. for the mall snm of 5 09.
they offer fl rhslM and a sir foot er-
VMUAali table for the nrprltn and nnprece
aJJJWJtJ'Jce of fto.oo. And artln, cn yon
"Twc wo 9IDB1I uin 171 YIUT JI so, !IOT Oar 7"
mmoak dlnlna room satw. it it a daisy, am!
tw price Is almost nomtnal.
W. H. HoroHTOS Co..
m i r st w. w.
Tlio National Safe Deposit Unrnpany,
liter. ISth St, nnd'N. Y. Avenue.
Srle ror Silverware, Jewetry. Laces,
Of foods, and ralnables of all Waxls.
twaaes moderate. Safe deposit botes for
rtt at tin very lowest rales.
THE ROCHON CASE.
It Tnkta Another 1'lino In n Suit lor
Slander nntt 920,000.
The llochon cae look on another m
l't at the Clly Hall yeetenlay after
aeen whea JIatle llochon entered suit
agaliMt Jeanne Claire Sotty alias
ikxihon, alleging that on or about the
Mth of July. 1890, the defendant "ut
tered am! caused lo be published cer
tain slanderous and libelous mailer
rellecllng on the character of the plain
tiff, which is to the effect that the
p4alnllfr Is living with Jean llochon
without being his wife, and that her
property ami business have been ao
quired In part with the money of the
defendant, Bald matters helms further
OmlKKiled in a bill lu equity, No. 12.010,
fllcd by the defendant against Jena
Itoohon, who is now and has been for
two years past In the city of Lyons,
France, lo the great damage of the
plaintiff, to wit, $20,000."
SHOT AT HER "HDBBY."
How Mrs. I.awter Aanerteil Her Itlclit
to ltun the Iliiuar.
IJulIcte went buzzing through the air
in the vicinity of No. 3230 JI street
northwest last night. Tho house Is oc
cupied os a restaurant by Jllchacl Law
lcr. Accordlm; to the story told by the
neighbors, Lawlor and his wife had a
quarrol, and the latter drovo him out of
the place with a revolver. As Lawler
pawed through the door into tho street
tho woman flrcd, but tho bullet paswed
harmlessly across the strctt and lodged
in a tree box.
Quite a crowd gathorcd about tho
place, but no arrests wore made. N.i
cine has been able lo gather any relUblo
it'fnmmtlon as to the cause of tho
Unne to liar Itewanl.
Tho burial of Sister Damase in St.
Sacrcmcnt, one of the Llttlo Slsturs of
tie Poor, took' place yeateiday at Jit.
Olivet Cimetery. Services wore held
at the chapel of the Home, K.ither
Aloyslus Hocoofort of Holy Trinity
Church oftlclallnir. Bister Dimaae was
the daughter of Jllchaol Iloea of Osage
County, JIo., and was born in 180.
She become one of the Little Sisters of
the Poor In 18ft!, and was sent to the
training school in France, where she
remained for two years. She returned
to America in 1887 and was assigned tn
the Ilorne In this city, where she had
charge nr the colored women of the
Home. Her loss is deeply felt, both bv
the slitters ami the inmates.
Clirlitlaolty lu Corea.
"CoreaJIIsslon Work" was the sub
ject discussed last night by Jlr. Sah at
the ball of the Young Jlen's Christian
Association. Sir. Sab. came to America
several years ago with the Corean Le
gation. He is a raau of rank aud a per
waal friend of the King. Jlr. V. C.
Clephane spoke upan the topic. "The
Chinese Gftveroment," and Jlr Samuel
It. Church the "Language of China."
Jlr. Sah was Introduced to a number of
persons at the close of his remarks. Ho
is a young student and will make Wash
ington his home for the present.
Klllril a Vlclnuj Doe.
Last evening a colored man named
P. A. Logan complained to Officer
Uurbts that a vicious dog had jumped
at him from the yard of No. 813
Eleventh street, and bitten him very
severely. Oitker Hughes at oue pro
ceeded to the house and was remim
Mratisg with the dog's owner when the
aairaal noueced unon him ami fastenwl
LU teeth In the omeer's leg. Jlr.
Hughes culled hla trusty gun iato ser
vice and before the cartridge chamlier
stopped revolving there were four in the
dog's body. Both men had their
wwiwU eauterised at the Emergency
Kxcuc.Ieu Ticket to laillunit.
For tb beuttU of eitiluM of Imtaaiw wko
ittitt to imimltti and vote at tbe eouau
WtaHkut, Ua KslUuiore and Osuo lUilfoad
Ct.trurj will Mll exctustou tasfceta fiost
w'nittagHin to all palate la Iudlaaa at the
wm r ajut ttsuh-wl law tor Mm rouud trip.
Tlei.au UJ U sold July SI awl SI, also
OrMter M awl 31. aad will b valid for
rauttu putmta for ftfteaa day f rout dote of
Two Small 111,
Taste wm a bw yeaiufttar aftuftwoa
in Uw fnuau buiidlax at Xo.412 Highlit
atatal tautaaatL Ta los wilt art ex
rami Itsa. Taa owatr U Jaasas
Oafk of Foteet Qku. Md.
Yety mob fieraii alaiw eaiae
1mm Mk 1ST cm aeeMtat e a aaaall
UaaalHo lOlSEkveatkiUwtt aartk
vjm in a teUdisf owwm! ly Mdtto"-HaoM-
TkU gi wm cauiwl kf Uw
ItfMiaWat of a gattUaaio. Law, lt.
Utwra at Kv Kidsa.
PiMtag Ike wafc cotuiaauiiag Suaday,
lJl ?, IMu ItaWiuaFadLltoi, wiitutiad
taMr. Jolt 1UJU.1 wul Mf. X4Ma Wubk.
Hamt lot Uta litiuuuBM,
1M- Mm Coiutklia, wko ate4y
iftfrtaw akt Uw tfcit boy wko kad
IffftUff UfoK Judiit MUltr late
Jaif ailtfoaa and g.v bosU far
r-ai(tac ius ike utae U caltai
i ' itt- faovaan Hillaltkifc Fttd-
!i. .-luul, tut iktii oadiaua Is
...-ii'iiJ vi. .y awiuua
l ,a 4 tLoUiili fur uue
1- .. i...:.i.ji 4 eiMMik (or WW
1-; uji1!1 - u Mtwttk for tkUi
, Lfck 'U olkw vkat p,
-4 " t -- k to eatea,
j -u n,ua. i ajHwta, biuunauaaa,
u luUu, Uutwurukoa Uuod, ui-
i. ui. 1jl j i. J auruftjla. Kur LUt cw-
j , .,l J i! tki., iul a a gutter il toak
1 -u .. aUiU, UV (juliicO Xodicai Di-
. n.tNWl b Dr. Wacu lioUi.
ii.ii u lika a cbacn, -Hpaatfjetioa
- i . after icajwr- 4 rau4j fur
... . .. nxi Uror tofmaiaa. at U a
-" ; ' ttoMt aud lujag thwnfaw It
m iwm etna, or
IN STREET GARS.
A BAT'S AW&RPTI9N OF TRAMWAY
Wmen the llest AdverUMne Agents In
If I am totally thyroid of swim In
every other rwrwet I know enough to
keep my yawp still when a woman Is
talking. Ami when f woman are at
It I'm aa tlnmb as a last season's canned
lobster. I dhl think I had encountered
gamtlotts women under almost every
ctrcTimstance, but I give you my word
i wunewett just the spectacle "Klem"
las portrayed, and It took place In the
j srd just east of my house. That's just
the diftnence between men and women:
before two men would carry on conver
sat .on t unman a knot-hole they'd say
nothing ami raw wood even fence
word. lint woman mmt talk. It's just
as natural as It Is for her to despise
drinkers, smokers, dirty boots, crowds,
rain, ami files.
I went riding in the howe caw yester
day for the simple purpose of listening
to what the women had to say, and to
tee how much real pithy sense and
valuable Information I could pick up.
I'll mint it as I heard It.
KJeoraetown car. (loinr want. T.oilc
with reticule ami paraaol, to lady with
parasol ami relleule. The husband of
one, I overheard, had gono fishing.
How about It T
Not a Wle?
Iluya a sight I
lloy is happy.
"Can It he
"Uauglit so many ?
"Let us look I
"Where' eateh 'em?"
"In the ftnwi."
Holds up string.
From the iafo.
"Iow wasn't that a nlco lunch? And
so handy, too. Illght whore It ought to
be. And thoy'vo tobies for us to sit at,
and a lady In attendance. That was
Lewis', tho Jeweler's old place. It's
No. 1215 Pennsylvania avenue. Yes,
it s Ford & Graham's lunch room now.
Of course. The very same parties who
run the Polaco lunch rooms at 009
Fifteenth street, and at thu corner of
Fovcnth and F streets. Hut thoy'vo
mado this place especially for ladles
when thoy'ro down town shopping.
They serve tho same bill of faro there
that they do at all their lunch rooms,
and charge tho same prices. Hut wasn't
It neat and clean In there? And didn't
those fans make It nice and cool? And
wasn't everything served so promptly?
I say that's what Washington should
have had years ago. It's rlghtdown town,
Just handy when we're out shopping.
hat n spltmlld pluce to meet one an
other. And so reasonable, too. You
and I'll know where to eo now. Nn
wonder the men folks always spenk so
well of Ford & Graham's, uolng to
gn out hero?"
Eleventh street lino. Going north.
Lady, largo and much of bono, to lady
frknd not ditto, but with a "pert-anil-sassy"
contour of feature. I learned
the latter lady's daughter, Hattlo, was
passing tho summer on grandpa's farm;
unci this occurred to mo:
Hattle Is left-handed,
Hut the cow Is not;
Uathlagea and arntea
Uealg nutc the spot.
'We've just got a big job oft our
hands. Ilccn getting In our winter's
coel and wood. Always put thorn in
during July or August. You don't
know how much one saves by doing
Ibis. You can not only buy them
cheaper, but you get bettor qualltv, and
it's put lu much better and cloaner, be
cause tho dealers ain't so busy. Aud,
then, It's such a horrid mesa getting In
coal and wood In the wet. If you have
tbtm put in now they're dry, and the
juu c-bu ue uune wuuoui ail me com get
ting In the house. Where did you
sav? Oh, we'ire always had our fuel
frcm Jlr. V. Ikldwln Johnson. Ills
Diieuitiug Matte, i,
main office is at the corner of Rhode
Island avenue and Eleventh street, but
be has branches all over town. Let's
see- At 511 A street northeast. 310
Four-and-a-half street southwest, Tenth
and I streets northwest and Thirteenth
aud JI streets northwest. H'e trade
with Jlr. Johnson because we know we
git full weight a ad measure, aad oa
price we've letted him. He's just as
low m any one la the city. If you
give bin an order for your wlater fuel
bow yi u'll save numey and a lietip of
uauoysuce. Come round utui see me
w Lin v on get a chance. There's Jlr.
Jcbosoa's office right there oa the cor
ner. I must get out here. Good
BMirniBg'" fuuiteeittk-stroat ear. goiag dowa
Iowa. Lady with eye glasses aad very
forward feet, to ladr witk aegotiabbj
teetk. The foreser lady has, I teariwd,
a lMlk soa seadiag his vaeatkia oa a
fara. I MaUefssaT tke article "a" to
daalgaato it fsoat "ik" farat. May be
tkk will be UuU litik hoy's biograpky.
"Ko, ladaai! We kayea't mm away
Uds mmmwt. Mr. aad I use ea
joylBg our suaususr at haws. Tha
ekiitlreB are all away, but waaata our
kssuie witk our owa teaw Tke other
eveajag we Blasted about 5 o'clock uad
drove u tke Coadult road to tke Gka
Etbo C'aie aad took dluatr. You kaow
wkat a deUgblful drive that is toward
auadowa? Well, wkea you gt up
tbeie It's oa of ike moat ikllghif ully
iowaatk aad fascinating soots you ever
aaw is your Ufe. Ami tke table why.
It's ifetfiy perfect. Evetytklsg U dooe
la suck a coaifle laaaaer. It'loely'
Tkit are Ws. you kaow. wkere It Is
uaiitSMua li a lady to go , sad tka Me
Otkcf ttacet bere Uhsce's ao cooJoct
wkea you get these. But tke Glea
eho Cafe hi all that aay aatausi coull
diain- You doa't keep ka, do
cuv Lor, veil, tkat doa't atake
any diffetesce, btuiuse than Is tallr
ko ruw up tifcexe every evealog at 5.30
o'ciutk f fom tke A't UuUuieur aad re
tuiaa about lu o'clock- Uve you
bsca eay tkU wmma Mo? Tkua
you aad your kuakaad ougkt to go up
thate to diasitr aoase etrealag. Do'
You'U esjoy H eei j muck. Tuc-y
ate tciviag two cisbt of diaaww a w
certt aad tabU $ hate. Tke tabU i'huU
(JLtuj.tr is a superb srewi, as tne aad
akdy aervud u I eer bad toy where;
aad mutb above tke avetage foe suio
ur teaofU). IW UUs tkev osir ask f 1
! piaui, bat U you frmlvi to otisr your
day tiaaai axaaUnias guv aafga.
yvat oaa ummr say otu io is
THE DAILY CKITIC, WEDNESD VY EVENIKG, JULY 30, 1890.
thins s up there arp ju?t as nice as th -y
ran 1 e, and Washington people oueh'
to be pwwd of It. " Jons IIbctor.
Yonne and Joe rioldon
DHly Young, the well-kirowh light
wefaht of this city, ami Joe FteMeu,
the English lightweight, who kv
been at loggerheads for some time, mt
in a saloon at the Eldorado Hmrte,
Alexamlrla, yesttnlay, and imlulged In
a rough and tumble fight, In which,
aceonling to the accounts, the English
man bad the best of It. Both claimed
the lightweight championship of this
locality and numerous efforts were made
to get them together, but ror some
reason or other Flelden always evaded
a match until, among sporting men, he
became notorious as a paper fighter.
Sometime ago Young dechred his
Intention of whipping him when they
met. Friends kent llm inn n.rt until
i csterday, when Young went to Ale
sndrla. Flelden Is tending bar in lite
Eldorado House, and Young went there.
Ge?r,S?N?Jtu'Se. H'e middleweight,
and Billy Jlonyhan, a well known Hal
llmore lightweight, were In the bir
chatting with Flelden when Young en
tcrctl and called for a cigar. Flelden
mime io nun Bmt ouerett tosuaKe nanus,
but Young refused and characloilsed
him as no good, and added several re
marks to tho effect that If he would
come around from behind the bar he
would do him. Flelden accepted the
offer, and the two wore soon In a rough-and-tumble
scrap, in which both were
pretty badly used up, although Flelden
uuu uiu uuni oi II.
Officer Taylor arrested both men,
who gave collateral for their appear
anco In court and were roleascd. This
scrimmage will probably result in a
meeting between tho two in tho ring.
Young has any amount of backing,
and It ought, in view of this fight, be
an f nsy matter to nrrango one In the
FELL FROM A SCAFFOLD.
A Carpenter from Alexnmlrla jFrae
tnres Ills Skull.
At 3:30 o'clock yestonlay afternoon
Charles JIcEucn, a carpenter, who re
cently camo from Alexandria, was
taken to the Emergency Hosptlal with
a fractured skull.
Ho was at work on a scaffold on a
new building that Is In course of erec
tion at the corner of Seventeenth and P
streets, when ho missed his footing and
fell lo Ihccround, n distance of 25 feet.
Dr. JHddlcton attended tho Injured
man, who is in n precarious condition.
Ills friends have been notified.
Loir ltatcs to Deer 1'nrk ami Oakland,
Dutlng tlio present season tha II. A O. It.
It. Co. will sell excursion tickets from
Washington to Deer Park, Jfountatn l.aka
Park and Oakland Tor tho Friday night and
all Saturday tralus each week at rdto ot
fi Tor tho round trip. The tickets will be
valid for return passage until .Monday fol
lowing day of sale.
Tliktts lo HerklevSnrloM and nttnrn
will he sold under alrnllar conditions at
$8.60 for tho round trip.
A 1'ort Hoj
"How old aro you," asked Judge
Jllller of u blight looking colored boy
tn Ihu Police Court this morning.
"Whore do you live?"
"Out door. '"
"Where did 3-011 come from?"
"The State of Illinois."
"How did you get hero? Did you
"No, Judge; I Ju' boat my way."
"What did como to Washington for?"
"So I could be sent to thu lleform
"This boy Is too pert for mo, send
him down to tho workhouse until I am
find a homo for him. Some one would
like to have that boy."
An lutore.tlni; Trip.
Every Thursday to Harpar's Ferry. No
coiifuifoii or crowding. Every ttekattm
titles the holder to a reserved seat. Hound
nip JI. 'Jralss leave U. A O. Statloa.
luurtday, July 31, 10 a tn, Saeura mmU
lit advance at 010 and 1851 l'waaylvaula
uicuue. ueir,i cuarg.
BIaon on llxcnraliina,
Lafayotto Lodge, No. 10, F. A. A. JI ,
with their families and friends, amount
ing to about 600 persons, gave a moon
light excursion last night to JIarshal
Hall. On Thursday, August 7, Anaeos
tla Lodge, F. A. A. JI.. will have their
eleventh, annual excursion to Colonial
lltach on the steamer Jane Jloseley.
Slay Ule l'rout II U Wound.
Information was received from the
Freedmau's Hospital to-day that An
drew Jackson, the colored man who
wus stabbed on Monday night, on
Seventh street, is in a very precarious
condition, and the chanees for bis re
covery are considered doubtful. Ed
ward Parker, his assailant, will be re
tained iu jail awaiting the result of the
wounds he inrllcted.
Jiland I'ark, Harper ferry,
TUj iiuest pleasure grounds in the coun
try. Music, daaclag, boating, iakiui:,
swings, ttjlfiig BOraes, eroquet, ate., ate.,
all fr. Kvary Tluusoay from 8. iO.
statloa at 10.ua a. m, TfekaU, tueludtug
ttaetve seals bolk directions, $1.
Fell Uownthe Stairs.
While gotag dowR the stairs at her
boate, No. 423 New Jersey avaaue,
northwest, last even lag, Jin. Fraacis
Itoth stumbled aad fell aad received
serious Injures. Sue bad to be takea to
the Provideace Hospital, aad may be
eoaaaed there for sotue time.
BEING due to tha presence oZ uris
actd in the blood, U most effectually
cured, by the use of Ayers Sarsapa
rllla. Be sure you get Ayer's aad ao
other, aud take It till tke aoiaoaom
aod is thoroughly expelled fiout tke
syatesu. W ckaUeagu attoaSsoa to tkk
"About two years ago, after auftstiag
for aaarly two yaw &osu rbAuuiatie
gout, keiag able to walk ouly witk yaeat
otacatuXurt, aad kaviag triad various
rt'triiwdkiMj ta-ltMtuf saiaral wasaia.
wUkwut leiial, I saw by au advwtiae-uii-at
in a Chicago paster that a uutu had
htiu xeliaved ul skis distressing euap
Waia, after k)su suifvriag, by 11 ak ng
Air' Saraaparflto- I tkea Uccultd to
uiaka a trial of this uwdkiue, aud tuuk
it regularly fur mUi moutus. aud aut
idaaitil to g-. anac n kaa aJwctaHi a
Cbtualoto cure- I kav aiuca bad uu in
turu of tko duwaae." Mrs. B- IrvUig
Oudge, Uu Weat 12Mk ., K York-
" (tea year ago I was take Ul witk
isaauouatory rheiimatiiim, beiag tvti
aUuid to uy aakm six ituffUlffr 1 tatiiu
out uf tbd ;i.kuts very ssuck oVLiU-
tjhtud. with au .uuttLh. aud my um
iLaordticJ tu every way. I couau.u. td
uiua Ayw's fiarsajjartlla aad m.;iui 'j
uoacov at ouck, gafcriug to. aucbth
aad 00a recovering toy uaiul Ut-j.li.lj
1 caaaot say uu uiuch to wb 'I tbia
ufcU-kaowu wrJiiioe." -asxa. I. A
Stwk, Kaskw. S S-
&r- 1 C. Ami St Oo.,
ftaast. swbeaUMhtfc- WMafawkv
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Fpeelal attention paid to Framing, lteRtldlnr, Moving and Doxlng ricturos and Mirrors.
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
f Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave., Washington.
3034, south side Water st West Washington.
WASHINGTON, D. IC.
EXTRACT OF BEEF
Jlakea the purest, cheapest and bett
I'lucat neat flatoriutratock for Sutiitv,
huucivt uutl Hudo IlUlio.
One posed of Extract of Bf equal la forty
Kwuds ot lan beef, ot the value of about
witk Justus vou
Chart srsd by Boaolal Aat at Oosassit.
JA1WAK7 . MST.
- - - s3ee,oae
SAFE KEERI6 IF YILIULESi
REKTIH6 OF SAFES,
ta tts PUU-PKOOJf aOiUMMO.
K. I. to. l&tk SUl sjti Xw Yark it.
Of fOSiTK U. S. TRKAsH78Y.
OPyiCK HOUUU.8A.M TO IP. M.
Grand, Unbt and Square
fallow atteoUua of I.Uri.Uura u U.llut
"KXW AUTISTIC STYLE."
MAMQ8 XOJi IBR
asssaBRrBsaF as"a saaiBsx '
Wmkabh Ss Co.,
Photographs and All Pictures In
ALL KIN D3 OF
UUTELH ANU UeaTJLVJiAJfTil.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
498 TENTH STREET N. W.
Cast and Purast Lltjasra la the city. Im
JAMES Q, COSTELLO, Proprietor.
WASntJiOTON, D. C.
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Fourlroa Fire Bsoapas.
TEHMB-X aad gl rar Day.
rilHK MdRMANDIK. "
Oeraar 1Mb aad I sts. a. w,
Ovuastu Melliawan st4ur,
H. M. C'AKB,
WASRIMrVON. D. O.
O. a. STAltleS,
f aiif itf TliflBsnnil 1st Huasa
T. JAMBS' HOTEL,
SIXTH STKSKT AND PA. AYE
L. WOODBCKY. Propi-letor
ppsfsjsa sansjs pssiwppqs' mustii sbmtv ssswpayii nr
WM. M- QALT ft CO-
Wak J BoU aftlsaa la
Idbadil Hi Bastalf'S (sIMI Clai
U 9r eatta auMdtatf
WNW '"W1 p sW" BssssV 4np "iisP
tttLHtUMMi fSifls. m I; Taai,ML
SPRAGUE SQUARE HAS BEEN SOLD.
We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
THE LUMBER MUST GO I
Come Up and
The owner has
short while. Our
benefit. The Lumber must not be
moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND.
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LIBBEY, BITTINGER I MILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
HIKE lit Ot COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In
stant the cooTcing Is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOB SALI BY THK
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.1
BUT TOUE TRtTBZS AID IAME3S
m BufOtttiBC H. W, ttext
Get Our Present
extended our time a
customers reap the
$1.15 and $1,50.
IS 10 OB I! KIHOtEJ,
ts) O0d reMowa' Hali
WW. 1 3,
T FILLS ICE
924 Pennsylvania Ave
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Oer wagons go to AH Tarts ot the City,
IneiDdlsg Mount Pleasant.
CALI,S-a, S7t and MS.
Look Out for the White Wagons I
yy y v -j"v- s-, ,
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. Sptwidld Scenery.
Steel Halls. Matmlflcent Bqntpment.
In effect May 11th, ISW.
Trslns Ijave Wathlngton, Irom station, cor-
nrrof sixth and 13 street;, m follows
Fan rrrwicaa and the Wet, Chicago Ltml
'.Tim ' "y" uinimn v oii on 0 1 arg at
10 a m dally; Fast Line. 10 50 a m dai I v tn
UOIutnbtN and 8t LouU
ilitmhiia mm oa v t ..
eifepi&ff Cars from Harrubnrrtn inHin
itrs irom itarn.DnrR
sbntR to Colnmbus
fct- LOIl 1 4 ChioHOn fttlri rin.lnnatl
Aiom. a w n in unny, rarmr rar w-h
h-. A . . CV. ."" ''"'.' "
narrtabnrgtri fit. Loui, Chlraeo and tin
tunrri 111 iinrriinnrtr nnri MinAnismiia rt..1
oinnatt.arm uimng rar Harrlsbarit tost
Ijinl,lhleaKo and Cincinnati. Wetorn Kx
E-!!;lBt.'4l'.,, !5. ,.lallJ'' wlth sleeptn(! rars
Wfljhlnetontoailcaeoand Bt LonU, ion
geoting dally at Harrlsbnrtr with throailt
Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis, rutl
raan Dlnlrc Car llitabnrg to Richmond and
thlBfleo. Vaclflo Kxpro-, 10.00 pm dally,
forPlttbureond the Wwt.wltll i throuah
Sleeper to ftttsburgand I'ltUbart, to Chi
BALTlMOltE AND TOTOStAO nAtLnOAl).
Fon Kane, Canandalgua, Ilooho.tor and Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sun1l.t7.fi 10 am.
Fon EniE. Canandalsua and Kochoster dally:
ftr Buffalo and WUit&t dally, oxcent Sat
urday, loop pm, with sleeping CarWash
Inston to Rochester.
T1 K,.I,,A'"?0KT. toc Haven and Elmlra.
at 10.10 a m dally, except Sunday. 'u"n'
Ton WtLUAMM-onT, dally, 3.30 pm.
7.a), 900, li.coand ll.40a m.s.ip..iis 420
5..10.o6and 11.20 pm. On Sunda"y.oa:
nlnLl.t5firoM 0,.0lll7an rarlorCars,
O.to a m dally, oxcept Sunday.
F1?. 'ro,"tonlv,r.lmltod Express with
Dlnlns Car, S.oonm dally. iv ",l"
Fon rnitAt)ELritiA only. Fast Kxprosi 8 10 a
m-wccKuays ana 4pm
cihiuhv uuiy. uiunm,
chatiRo, 3.13 pm ovary
Fon FrtopRLTN. N. Y all tlirotiRh trains con
nect at Jc"8CCUy with boats of Brooklyn
Antcx. alTonlfeK direct transfer to Fulton
street avuldlnn doublo fcrrlaso across Now
Fon Aiijntic Cirr, 11.40 a m wock-days. It ao
Fon lUr.TiMom:. 0 3S. 7.80, B.10. 9.00. 0 IO. 10 OT.
Jc!'nJro.ar", " ". li.05. 210, 3.15 3.)!
4 CO, 4.20, 4 30, 5 10. 6,10, 0 P0, 7.40, 10.00 and
? X-klSf 3-1?-3W. . . 5.00. O.40.' o in,
Fon Pora'a Ciiixk Litf a, 7 20 a m and 4.30 p tn
dally, except Sunday. .-mui
li"f3!"roiurfT,OT an,! a m, 12.CJ and
WASHINOTON SOUTnERN TtAILWAY.
In effect May 11th, 1890.
Foil AtXXAKnntA, 4 30. 0 35, 7 45. 8 40. 0 IV
1 2?' ?.;?.n.njl1'-39 P m- 0n Sunday at 4 sj,
7.4S, B 13 10.57, a ta, 2.30, 0.01, 8.0J and 1X03
Accomiiodation for quantlco. 7 13 a m aad
4Miimwcok-day. 7.43 a m Sunday
Fon llinuioNn and the Bomb, 1 30 and 10 37 a
in dally. Accommodation 1.53 p m weak
T,iV."Jf5T5 Alexandria for Washlnaton, 0 03
I 8.(0.' "i10-J0-"-11-07 a m: i.sn ;i.oo.'3.5o;
fl.10. 61fl. 7.03. DM. 10 37 nid UN p m'
On tuDday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m: 2.00. 3 lo
7.06 7.w. i.su nod iu.37 nm. ' ' '
Tickets and Information at tho offlco.
northeast cornor of Thlrtconth street and
rfnniylvatila avenue, and at tho station.
where onlera can bo lift for tho chccklniro
liasiraire to destination from hotels and rosi-
ciias. k. ruaii, j. n. wood.
t.eneral Manager. Oenl.l'asa. A sent.
llnlliiiioro and Ojtofc Ilnllro.iil.
Schedule In cdctay.'o 28, 1330.
Leave Washington from station corner of
Iflw Jerter avenue and O street.
r.'i-5'.,"T1QO "a1 .Northwest, Vest'httleil
Limited express dally UM m m, express
Ton CiaciaxsTi, St. InnU and Indianapolis
oxtircas daily a.Watd U.SOpm. ual""
8'nTsat'oand Cleveland, express dill
8 so a m and 8.40 p. m,
Fort txxiiieTnxanct points la tho Shenandoah
alloy, u.3f0 a m.
Fon 1J.C1IMTJH and way stations, tJJO p m.
Fo Leiur, tJ.se and 'a.to p m. '
Foa UALtijionir, wees days, 4.C3, 5 00, 0,M.
Ss.'-f l0;u' w-minutes), 8.W, 9 30, (ll.oo.
a. in . li.to. its I'M jI
utes), tJ.13. 43-rolnutes), 3.M, 4M. 4 30.
ti.to, .smlnutes) 3Jio coo, 0.13. 0,20.
i ., ,M, a jo, jij juau ana mo p.m.
rumiajs, iuo, t.w, 70, bJO, UM a ID.
(I.W), 45mlautes) i.CO. 2.15,(50, 43-mln
Ibais ijiavk IUvriMoaa for Washlnstsn,
aStKif1.' t143' ?' 0S0- 7 . T,0. 8.00,
f-. 8. a-M aad Wo. 10J3 a m ; 12 oo.
12.10. 2 10. SJH, 2.JW, 4 00, 4 13. 3 W. 8 &3.1m.
7.10. 7-t0. 8M, 8.M.V(0. 0.1(lo3o and 1 iS)
P m. bandars. 6 3J, 7.13. H 30,8.n 9.1J, 10.JO.
hUaara., 100. l.oa.s 10.338.4 15 bJS).b5!
FoKAsMfoi.u.S.i'i and 6 30 a m.. U Wand
4 30 p hi. Sundays. 8J a m., 4 'il p m
Leave ABBaiilis 833, 8.37am", 1.' 06. 3.3d
J". Susdays, 8.30 am., 3.53pm.
tH S'lI'S? oa ! Matrofolltan Branch,
tf.8 30 a b , J1.1S p m. For prhcipaf
Malloea only, tw.40 a ra.,tl,30 and t5 3d
Fou BocBviu.1 and Way Stations, ft 33 n m.
FS5 JU"aww aad Intermediate po'au.
Fe Botu's aad iBtersaadiate stations, 00
Cuvuru tbain laaraa Wabloton on Sunday
tfJ.'jLS.,-' J'00 at all stations ou
li.u, n so, t4JW p m.
Feu n Assuvowir, tlO.40 a m. and fi 30 p m.
TSAiKSABBuralroat t Idea go daily llam
$ 1 1 fJ?B aMi3r f m ,rum PttUburg
T. a m. S.M p m daUy.
NEW YORK r-HILADBLPHlA DIVISION.
Fob New YoaiC. Traatoa. Nawsrk. N J . and
iliMlwtk, N. J , 104. tdiW, 'iQjoo, ! JJ
Fatter Cars ou alt day traias. Sloe pine Car
Pou FuiLAUsuwiA, 4 OS, rSlW, saiOtf. siJOO
twos. 'I.5U. 4 M, H.1S aad 'J) D m.
Ff '"'li' " w.Hff!l,oa an,i flwstar.
11S-aSVs"p'B.,iee BaU' " 1W:
Po 'iMW? fAi btwan Baltimore
aadFaliOalpftla. 5 60 aad ,7 20 a to, t.' w,
Thaim iiavi Kw York far Wasbloztw.
MM liffi " ' ' 3- " aai
T"-",r"1' 2lid?,, tot Wa.ldnton,
UftnVlpa? " tlw. .
saacest, .4t m. with Pullman Baftt
car laaatsur tluuuti t , Butuq.
estaaaa, vurKwtUkti Bri.lg.
M. statiou at
RwAiuinc Citt. USaud
W.uu Uuu aui
aoou. u.daf. i a m,
POK BAY B1DOK.
WlUMt OAr..16a UL. 1.30.480
p m. Sua-
tExoept Sunday. Oatly. ISunlay rnly.
HastMsTo csJlaU for aad ihttkcd lr,mh.j
UU aad Mildesteas by ITatou Trmi.-ft-r t ... oa
urders Uft at, ticket uSavs, tu aui 1 i-l e.
ae and at desot.
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t.tu Manaeer ti.n i'as -A-'f.
for mu only:
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Fa av STATtohs but jveun Washinzton and
Baltimore. .SCO, 6.33, 8.30 am.. lJ.lo.SJM,
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