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TIIE DA1IV ('KITH, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 4, 1890.
The Daily Oritig
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tor Ttr.i Rt It Ot T.
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nuNd s pt jr. r.
lttttitteti'6 ltefr!iernttir, ltbr Our
ttnew. Itte., lire.
.The nwtW)IM lattailment etaMthieat
Mteatralit locntrt at MO and Sereata
Mteet lionhwet. an.t r now naktatr oat
3ttte on Refrtrerator. Tmbr parrMM. Nt
H ottiei line of ood needed for the mm
met. Roods fold on a cash beats; on easily
The Nitttmrat Snfe DeptMlt Onmtmnjr,
Wir. lflthSt. nml N. V. Aventte.
.Btetlafs for S'lrerware, Jewelry, Laoee
FJH Ooods aad talnahles of all ktada,
Oataes moderate .efe deposit boxes for
reel at the rery lowmt ratei
Delegate In the I'reiwmen'e trntna.
The regular monthly meetlna; of the
AVftShlnelon Presemen'ti I'niun, No. 1,
wee keld Saturday night at lied Stea
Hall. Alton B. C'arty was elected a
delegate to represent the union at the
contention, which assembles In Brwion
the first week In September. Mr. Carty
Is a tepresentallte pressman and a fre-
nueiit contributor to press Journals.
The 'Washington Pressmen's Union h
repteeentatlyes in all the offices of the
rtir ant) is a nourishing; organisation.
IS. A. Uaulslr, In the Bureau of En-
ravine: and Printing, is president; S.
'. Brown, Oorernment Printlne OiUce.
tteesurer, ami A. U. (Jarty, secretary.
l"atlier Matthetr Society Iteceptlon,
The committee on arrangements of
the Father Father Matthew Society met
last night to make preparation for the
reception of the Father Matthew Club
of Philadelphia tonight. The society,
headed by the Marine Band, will meet
the visitors at the Baltimore and Ohio
depot at 0 o'clock and will accompany
Ihcm to the Metropolitan Hotel, where
dinner will be served. After thetllnnar
a reception will be held at Carroll In
stitute Hall. The visitors and the
Washington delcentes will leave to
morrow morning for Pittsburg to attend
the convention of the Total Abstinence
ljxpouoilera of the (Impel.
Many of the pulpits of tho city
chuiches were occupied by visiting
clctermcn. Addresses wore made at
tho Temperance Tent, at the cornor of
Ninth and B streets, by Major S. II.
Walker. Mr. W. II. Whitney and Dr.
U. YT. Klrby. At n meeting In the Y.
II. C. A. parlors, Hev. Dr. Sawyer ad
dressed a large audience on the subject
of "Manly Friondshlpi." The monthly
meeting of the Sunday School Oospel
Temperance Society was also held yes
terday at the Foutth-Slreet M. E.
llev. Ilex Hnein'i Annlvemarr.
lltv. E. Hcz Swcm yesterday celc
1 rated the sixth anniversary of his pis
totate at the Second Baptist Church,
comer of Fourth street and Virginia
avenue, and bis congregation turned out
In force to show their apnreclatlon of
his labors. lie preached a very able
sermon, taking as bis text. Hebrew x ,
30: "We ate not of them who draw
back." Dr. Swem has enjoyed a longer
term of service as tKislor at this church
than any other minister, and has Jutt
cause to feel proud of his record.
I.ow Itates to Deer l'rk uud llnklnutl.
During toe present nuon the it. A O. 11,
It. Co. will sll excursion tickets from
Washington to r Park, Mountain J,ake
Park ami Oakland Tor the Friday night aud
all Saturday train ucli wask at rata of
3 lor Ike round trip. The tickets will be
valid for return passage until Mooday fol
lowing day of sals.
Tickets to Berkley Springs and return
will be sold under stnular eoadltious at
3.S0 for the rouad trip.
What Our l'lreuien lluvo Done.
Calef Pari Is of tbe Fire Detriment
lias submitted bis report for the month
of JuIytotUe Commissioners. There
were twenty alarms for fire during the
month and fifteen still alarms. The
estimated lots caused by Arc during the
month was $1,130, with an Insurance
of ?18.00. Three firemen were Injured
while In the discharge of their duty at
flies, two of them seriously. There
were nine men ob the sick list during
ii - --
A Dangerous Mts.lle.
William ltlordaa, who has a stall In
the 0 Stieet Market, tried the danger
cue experiment ob Saturday sight of
tlirewiaf a meat elever at William
He-ward, with whom be had quarreled.
The elever just related Howard's bead
a ad earn Tery near hitting a lady who
was p-a-uiaj- by. Kiordan was locked
up at t SeeoMl I'reciact by Lieu tea -aat
lltaTaer and Oflieer Sullivan.
917.30 t Chluca -ml lUtura vU
II. A O. it. II.
Oa tnt necashm erf tne mai-Hag P.trt
aictw Militant, I. O. O. P., t Cnteaif. Aug
ust t to 10. Um BaltiMote and Ohio RH
icmuI will sell euursioa tickets to that
oia- Angus 9 to . Lucluve, at oaa fare
lor the leaa-d trip. Ticks good let-raiBg
iintH Angust 11. Wsaliiaaina Of ami Can
ton leases via tats line 1Mb p. ., Aagust
3. Tickets for la by the ronii-ilis-s at
Odd FeUows' Hall, aareattt street, sad at
B. A U. ticket oAetss.
bUbbed la tbu Side.
Two of Lingua' alley bad characters.
Casey Brooks aad ''Pigsgr'' Pries), be
came eacaged ia a agist o Use eotauHr
ot Mieetseal- ami L siieets a waat
y eetiEuiay afWraoc. During the asTray
"PfcjBiy subbed Biooks twice Im the
side, -asl aa bad to he take to Provt
deac MaspilaJ ia Use patrol wagon.
Price managed to evade arrcat.
a. paseeaaUy coaawtoJ excursion to the
L's-saras of Lwf will Wave B. Jc O. slasioa
s-afs, at-, Wediuasds), August ft, steaod
trte, lawtading art town to the Caves,
3 8a. Reserve jour seats uadtsnM wita
out t-ttca coat at el sad 1351 Pesuyivae
A. IMttMt Oaf VieVMataMkiM. -lanftft&a eft-
tWttHI COfOOilaS Mat S lAmMMai Iim -JMpBs
to tfe? WflsMf S tJMMHMMl tiLttt
ti tMMtv llhil ilwrt bdi4jsiic cLtMEfttfl
ulflll4ikftMl ciuaisj Ji Ui CssSSua
oi tW lainjrt ltw Ifcow rtfU to
t ! ioedtti. Tig auUMt will Uj
iiikayMHailsvlT iHsftaiLiii lt.
Tlwsc was a little Wae Last sight la
J i Ma' 0' cora of Levatb
and X siMaU aonsvweat. but the aaotea
ga Jaffa eallsuuisaad ay agiag
giiiay Ku. 8- "Yae kits was slight.
asaaass easy Wseaaesean
Jyeil Uala tease aV O. atattOA.
--- aaatf. Mi at 4 p. , sMviag at
Itatae City Up. av Ttdteu good rattira-
eV( AM iTlJt UJ ftlUMfaiy Watal JaCOaVafitf -Lau
a tin. t K atewea, who
igaa. AAOiiaivlaw&lkaM nilafaftiiri
HHPIP flsr eirssiijjfisisip-s"iBsj wya
av -b- jmMs, QttaiataM ( Pu4
NOW IN NEW HANDS.
MR. HEWETT SBVMW IlfS CO!?
NECTIOR WITI! BASEBALL,
THE TEAM WILL BE STKEMTHEifED.
Xew Tkym t St imni wi as Balw-
priliai Mkj t Be AfW-SMWlll
6MW8 fr Ike Mayers,
' The King Is dead' Long lire the
King'" la other words, the Washing
ton 2ffttlotrl ItaRbftll Club Is a thing
of tLe past am) In Its place has come
forwsrd iho Washington BslI Club.
Tl c formal organisation of the club
was made yrsterrlay, although all the
piars were perfected' on Saturday night,
immediately after the receipt of a notice
from Secretary Bratlln that the old
club had forfeited Its franchise for
failure to ry Its dues, ami that the
new club had been admitted to mem
bership In Its place. That was gratlfytng
news to Sullivan ami his coadjutors,
who have worked hatd since the as
signment was made In the endeavor to
Interest capitalists In taking hold of the
team, and Anally succeed etl, despite the
cold water that was conslanllv thrown
on their efforts.
Accordingly, when a dispatch w,m
received from Barnle, asking Sullivan
and the backers to come over Immedi
ately to meet Btirnham, Trott and the
other Association people, they were
ready to go. It was rather late, how
ever, and so the trip was put off until
yesterday morning, when they went
over to the rcgulnr meeting of the
Aseociauon. i no meeting was a most
narmonious one, and, before noon,
everything was satisfactorily settled.
All the other clubs wero anxious to have
Washington remain, nnd Messrs.
Sullivan and McCarthy wore congratu
lated on their success In keeping tho
club together, with every prospect of
A FAIItLY SUCCESSFUL SEASON.
Then Mr. McCarthy unburdened him
self as follows: "It Is certain now that
tho Washington Club will be continued
to the end of the season, and wo will
try to conduct It upon an enterprising
basis, Sovcral years ago I offered ?22.-
000 for the team, with tho privilege of
the five years' lease on Capitol Park,
but Mr. Ilcwctt Insisted upon retaining
nu Interest, and offered me half tho
stock for $ 15,000. This offorl declined.
1 am fond of baseball, and am a regular
attendant at the Washington games. I
am confldcut the city Is a good one for
baseball, provided It Is conducted to suit
the public and a winning team secu'ed.
The situation Is much different wit i us
from that lu Baltimore. Most of the
sroil-lovlng people work In thuO ivern
inent olllces from 0 to 4 o'clock, and
wl.en they are free they alwavs hive a
(lusitcrur half dollar to spendln recrea
tion. "Wc piopose to get some new men at
once to strengthen the team and ctuvc
It to Use In the Atlantic race. The new
owners will take charge Tuesday morn
tag, and to morrow, I understand, Mr.
Sulttvan proposes to have a leneflt game
with Newark. lam told wo wllllose
$700 or $1,000 this year, but we are
looking to next season for the profits."
All the other managers expressed
themselves as confident of romalnlug
throughout the season. The Baltimore
and Lebanon clubs are well backed, and
New Haves and Harriibure are making
money. Manager Trott 'declared the
Ncwnrks were gaining in attendance
and making money, anil the Wilming
ton manager said the club would stick,
as the attendance was also Increasing.
Hartford Is the only wobbly city, and
even that Is liberally supported by sub
scription and will remain.
IT WAS A OBKLINK I.OVg PKA8T,
ami for the first time this season the
delegates felt that the permanency of
the circuit was secured.
The Washington people returned
home shortly after noon, leaving the
schedule committee to wrestle with the
Intricacies of schedule making. Man
ager Sullivan sent word to the players
that he desired to meet them at 5 o'clock
In the parlors of the Tremont House,
and at that hour all were present but
Qleason. The men were told of the
change of management ami assured that
the team would be continued. "But,"
added Ted, "If any of you are dissatis
fied and have other places to go to you
are free to go." He then made several
propositions to them regarding salaries,
etc., and said he would receive their
final answer to day. Those he desires
to keep will have contracts presented to
them this afternoon or to night, and the
others will be notified that their services
are sot wanted. There will be a num
ber of change-, and already Haas are
cut for several good wen.
CbrU. Fulnter, an old Washington
favorite, will be signed In a day or so,
aad several other wen are oa the in la
ager's little list. The new team will
be atieuftlbeaed as rapidly as possible,
aadtvervthiag done to give the public
THE WORTH or THEIR HONKT.
There is ample naaacUd backing to the
new organ! tatlon, and it commences
with a deist mlaalioB to meet the wants
of i he public and put baseball oa a
higher and more enterprising basis than
it aas hitherto enjoyed.
If it receives the support of the pub
lie during Use remainder of Ike season,
next year it will seek admiasioa to
etUwr Use League or Association, and
thus have the city represented ia a Lead
Although Use new auaageau at took
hold to day, it agreed with Use mea to
give thaw Use satire receipts as a beae
it, aad to aid them ia Uudr present
aaaacial dime u I ties, AaoUsar baaeat
will be given to-morrow night by alec
trie light, aad it is believed quite a sum
will he sesuiaed for the mea.
The first game under Um new or gaa
bustioe, properly speaking, will ha
played to morrow with. Use Newark
The new schedule wloa il yesterday
gives Um seam forty nine mow games to
aiay. of waick aiaataam wilt be played
Si home. The team plays four games
here this week aad two away. Next
week thty play two away aad four at
Manager bullivan U justly iadignsat
INFANTS , INVALIDS.
fWfetf Suksbtuto fQi- Mother's Mi.
I i VALUABLE
m CW04.EBA 'SFlSTuU ..no TCETUISM-
A 4 1 Wr ii d t. DYRPEPTkBC
A EECT MUTUtM" wad
ajsjlttlst as saaMfd. Usat w am twtm.
Bouaaa-OoooALX Co , sto. auas.
fcSaMWSMSr-iMWLMtfT II LJLHIiM .L!
at the publication In yesterday's Phila
delphia iYrw. in the account of the
games with Lebanon, that he had ruined
baseball In this city, and that the men
wculd not ccmtlnne to play under him
a manater. The telegram was sent by
Randall, manager of the Tbsnon team,
who was sore over not receiving the
guarantee and was absolutely
Tne men declated that there was no
truth In the statement that they wonM
not play under Sullivan. On the other
hand, they all like him ami want to
play tinder him. Mr. Handall did not
receive his guarantee because he look a
player Donohne from the local team
who owed $70 to Sullivan. That sum
had been advanced the player ami Ben
tIMI was willing to pay It, but wanted to
semi It on after he arrived home. Sul
livan thought he should retain It, and
finally that arrangement was made.
Itamlall was not at the meeting yester
day, but the other delegates censured
mm ior his course, ami in tne future e
will learn that he does not yet ran the
Cheap Iixcuroions to Atlantic Ulty via
the II. A O.
On Friday of eaeh week during .Time,
Jnly and August the Baltimore and Ohio
K. R. will sell excursion tickets to Atlantic
City, good going on train leaving 11. A O.
Depot at 13 o'clock noon and good to retnm
on any regular tram to and Including the
fol lowing Tnecilay at rateof $5 for the round
trip. The H. A O. and Heading Railroads
form the only double track route to Atlan
Don't forobt Mount Vernon Ixirige,
No. 5, K. P., gives an excursion to Bay
Ridge August 0.
Cheapest fuel in (lie Market.
Great Reduction In the Price of
. tn order to rediico our larva stock we will
dellreruntll further notice leu.nnallty COKK
for domestic purposes at thefollowtott LOW
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, S3. 30.
Exclusive A Rents Washington Oaslleut
Co. 'a Coke.
Alto tboMcwt Extensive Dealers In All
Kinds of Family Fuel.
ivtrataw. 1514 Seventh t aw.
Thlrty-seeead and p its a w.
First and Nitiair,
Twelfth aad Water sU a w.
1919 M st n w.
Third and X sts n w.
I'll I'aavou w.
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
For improved ami economic
cookery, use it for Noup. Nuurcs
and Sludo DNIien. In lUvor, im
cvMparoMr, aud dissolves perfectly
clear In water. Makes delicious
Beef Tea and Hetn in all cliiaatet
for auy length of time. 1 lb epul
to 40 lb of lean beef. Only sort
by Justus vou Lie
big ami bears his
signature lu blue
TO ANV MAN,
WOMAN or CHILE
agteeaW lTlcu ! ce:it-.ut. I rajiist,. by
BMi'.reiiistcrel w.eit, ELT UR0THK8S.
So Warren st , ew York
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of pare Lasers U lavitad
"KXW ARTISTIC STYLES."
K.uld Ui DeaUai of
"UlGBRVT DiCORATIVX ART."
PIAMQ8 for auurr
,.! r jlU Frtoea.
8iy Market Saacc
lIUTJUUi ANIi MOITA. BJtjLlfTil.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
set truth avaaarr u. w.
4 ytumi Uaasat ia the etty. lm-
jAxag h. vmtauA
YtasflkflTtsW. r? f
Army ad J.ay WriaaMlf'1-
Faarlsoa Dm aasatsai-
eajsnsB sar w'asjf nssV
Rttaad I -.-..
sUTf gissUB aW 4 AVg
OOi HIS! CLOTHIN
25 PER CENT
aaaasaasasnnWSA bbpbbS . -CeaasBKaansr eak. JVb. saa' asaa1asCTsisr JsV, aft. svsn
We are about through renomtlng our seeoml and third floors.
The mechanics will be reedy for our first floor next week. We
want to give them alt the room we can to do their work In;
Ibxrefote, make a discount of 85 per cent, on all goods tn the
boaee. Men's Suits, Boy's Suits, Children's Suits, Men's Odd
Pants. These are no old stockers that we would lie glad to sell
at any pi tee, but are all fresh and new, bought this aensofl, and
wore good mine at regular prices.
Call ami look through our stock. Ycm wilt not be Impor
tuned to buy what you don't want.
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
7ICE5 L ROY'S
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ois, Photographs and All Pictures In
Stock Except Arfotypes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
Special attention paid to Framing, Iteglldlng, Moving and Doling Tlcturei and Mirrors.
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AliD BLINDS,
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave., Washington.
3034, south side Water st., West Washington.
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, ID. .C.
mw.rnv an j.
4HP ssp fll
Wit- U OaJUT t CO.
ALL SIN D3 OP
Charter .hf asm I Aat at atagf .
JAJHUMT as; m.
axwTKi. t f t r $aaa.oao
VIM If ElOLESi
iigtTIwS OF AFS,
m m 'w'!,!
! kt a aaaV'iaattW laWsJsmam,
&! p,s1nmsmtW Taat 1l
w aw vstyJs?VPaasng7
aousm.9x.ii . u.
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.
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LIBBEY. BITTINGER 1 MILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BO ILERS, $
HIKE lEi 02 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the coolcing Is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwesti
BUY YOUR TETJHES AUD IAMESS
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO I
Get Our Present
1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50.
IN 10 OR 13 MIHUTE3.
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY,
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Whetesale and Retail Dealers fa
Oer Wagons go to Alt rarte of the Crty,
laetorile Jftmnt rfeasaat.
CALLS-SOS, STS ami SW.
Look Pot for the White Wagons I
The Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Seenerr.
Steel Halls. Magnificent Bqalpnent.
In effect Mar llth, 19W.
Trales leave Washington, from station, eor
ncr of ?Uth ami 11 street, as follows:
For Pnmwrite and the Went, Chleaco Mtnl
;?1 Sinrjes of Pnllman Vestibule (Mrs at
J BO a m dally! Fat Line, 10.50 a m dally to
OilCMO. Oolnmbii. and St. LonH with
Smrn$fCn from Ilarrl.hnra; to Indlanan
OW, rlttslrar to Colnmbm; Altooni to
chleaeo. lrl.Lonls Chicago and Cincinnati
Sxpres, S 30 p m dally. Parlor car Vah
Jtgton to narrlsbnrir. nnd Sleestnc Car
Itsrrhlmrjt to St. Loul, Cn!eao and Cin
cinnati, and Dlnlne car narrlsbnrir to St
Lonls.tlilcaKo and Cincinnati. Western Rx.
nress, at T.IJ p m dally, with Sleeping Cars
Washington to chtoneo and St. Lonl., eon
neetlng daily at llarrlstrare with through
Sleepers for Lonlsrlllennd Memphis, rnlt
man Dtnlne Car nttsburg to Richmond and
Ihleaeo. I'acllle Kxprw, 10.00 pm dally,
for Plttsbnrc and the West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg and Pittsburg to Chi
cago BALTIMOI1R AND TOTOMAC lUILttOAD.
For Kab, Canandalgun, Rochester and Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Ton F.nis. Cauandalgna and ltohoter dally;
fcr Ilnffalo and Macarn dally, except SH
unlay, 10 00 D.m, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon wiu.iAironT, Loc Hnrcn and Elmlra.
at 10.ro a m dally, excopt Sunday.
Ton WitttAMsroBT, dally, S.M pm.
Z-S,?,,t,.anJ n-40a "I, 8.10, 3.15, JM,
5.40. 10.00 and II. so pm. on Sunday.9.00,
J1.!. Pu2M' 3,s'.4 so ,0 an, 1-J0p m.
Limited Express of Pullman rarlorCars.
0.40 a a dally, except Sunday.
FJ New YonK only. Limited Express with
Mining Car, 5.00 p m dally.
Fon rnir.Atiit.rm a only. Fast Bxptoss 9 10 a
mveck-daTS and 4 pm dally. Express
Sunday only, 5 40 pm.
Fon IIovtos without change, 3.15 p tn orery
Fon rnooKt.TK, N. V., all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex. sITnnllng direct transfer to Fulton
street aToMlngdoublo ferriage across Now
Ton ATiJkNTtc Cttv, 11.40 a m week-days, lt.SO
pm dally. .
Fon tlAt.Tlxonr, fl-SS. 7.W, 8.10. 9.00. 9.10, 10.00,
10.ro, 11 COand 11 10a n, 11.05, 184.108.40.206 3.30,
4 CO. 4 SO, 4 30, 6 CO. 5.10, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 an J
ll.SOp m. On Sunday 9.00. p.os. 10..M, lt.w
a m.S.lP.S.lS.S.'W, 4.00,4 SO. 5.00, 5. Ii), 0.00,
T.40. to oonnd 1120 pm.
".nPor-'dCiixxK LticK,7S0amand 1.30 pm
dally, except Sunday,
ron lAMXAroLi.. T.so and 9.00 a m, l5 and
4Wpm dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
9 00 u m and 4.90 p tn,
WASHINGTON SOUTIIHHN RAILWAY.
In effect May ltth,ISoo.
Fon Alexakdma, 4 30, 0 38. 7 45. 8 10. 0.IJ.
10J7n m. l.0l noon, 3.05. 3.J0, J.S3. 4.3J, 0.01,
S.W, 10.05 and ll.SOpm. On Sunday at 130.
7.45, 9. IS 10.37, a tn, 2.30, C.01, 8.01 and 19.05
AicnixonATioN for qtmntlco, 7.15 a mand
4ipm week-ilays. 7.45 nm Sundays.
Fon IticHxoxti nnd the South, I so and 10.37 a
m dally. Accommodation 1.53 n tn week'
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0 0
7.13, 8 CO, 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m; 1 30 3.00, 3.50.
5.J0. 0(. 7.05, BJM. 1037 and II (H p tn
On Sunday at 9.10 nnd 1I.C7 a m: 2.00. 3.10.
7.08. 7., tf.sw and 10.37 m .
Tickets and Information at the omce.
northeast corner of Thirteenth atreet and
Pennsylvania avenue, nnd at tho .tatlun,
where orders can bo left for the checking of
baggage to dustinntlon from hotels aud resi
dences. ClIAf. K. PUOII, J. H. WOOD,
rieneral Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent.
llaltiinore nml Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effect Jane 90, ISM.
Leave Washington from station corner of
hew Jersey avenue and U street.
For Chicago and Northwest. VeitibuleJ
Limited express dally 11 JO a m, express
Fon LiKctMNATt, St. Lonl and Indianapolis
express daily 3.50 and 11.30 p m.
Fo k 1'iTTsBi-Bu and Cleveland, express dill
9 so a oi and 8.40 p.m.
Fob LxxtNToM una points In the Shenandoah
Valley, ll.0 am.
For Wii.f hsstzr and way stations, t5.30 p m.
Fon Luhat, .so and i.v) p m,
ron llALTtnoBK, week days, 4 C5. 5 00, 04J,
7.. 7.30 18.00 45-mlnutes). 8.30. 6.30, (11.00,
lt.00 45-ralnute.) a.m. li.10. i.15 ('.'.W 4V
mluutesl. (I.to, 45-mlnutes), 3M, 4., 4.30,
4M U.tO, 43-mtaute.). 5.30, 6.00, 6.15. O.'JO.
7 . 7.30, 8 35, 9.JO. 10 JO and 11.30 p. m!
Sundays, IM, 7-90, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a m.
(U.00, 6 minute.) 1.C0. it.li, (450, 45-mIa
utusiajBM.a-tt, (1.50, 4smtautes) o.oo.
0.14, 6., 7.30, 8.SM0.3 '. 11.30 p m.
For Way bTATioMS between Washington and
Ualtlmore. 3.W, BJ6, 8.30 am.. li.to,3,
4 at, 6.). 1 1.30 p in. Sundays. 8 30 a m., t.00.
3 it, 4.3e, JW, 1! JO p m.
Thaim wave IUltihobe for Washington,
w?k r' s-w' tt-'M 6-W, 7.13, 7.'). 8.00,
8.30. 8 3S, .3 and 10.90. 10.33 am-; tiOO,
i.ie. ie. s 3 , .50. 4 oo, 4.13, s oo. o w,t.i,
7.W, 7.te. 8J, 8.30. 9 00. 10.19, 10.) and t IM
iim. niwi4ii,.;i ia. o Ju, a.M, J fj.io.-4l.
10.6amU'00. 1. 08, 10.3 30,4 15 S.CO.O.JO.
7.C), 7S0. b.SW. 8 30, 10 10, 10.30 and 11.00pm!
Fob AhKAKLis,S3t aad 8 30 a tn, 1J 10 and
4 30 p ui. btmday. 8.30 a in., 4.1.' p in.
Leave Anaapolw 654. 8.3; a m., U 06, 3.50
as. btiedays, 8.30 a to., 3 53 p m.
For St.itujk ou the Metrorofltan Branch,
te.39.t8.a9 a m.kl.15 p m. For priiclpAl
stailous only, tlO.W a to., tl.JJ and tj.JO
For IIocrviue and Way Stations. 1111pm.
iuu Giituc wueiw aad InturmedUte po'uts.
t9Jo,)weo, tiixua b., ti.oo, tiuo, ,,
For lknii' aud lutwwedlate stations, 00
Cwuwh tbaik laares Waiblogtoo on Sunliy
at l is ub., slofkplsg at alt slatiou oa
Fast Ffctisnu k. W.39. 18.30, ) 30 HI 30 am..
Sl.tS. t8.au. tIAtp m.
For UAssskfoK-.TteMaai. andts Mpm.
TVAU)AHWtllroa CkU-aito daily 11.11 a ui
aad t.UtpBa; froatClsctanatiaadbt Louis
daily a.te a sa aad .Qb p ui; (rum Ptttiburit
7.M a sa. U9 9 u dally.
NEW YORK PHILABXLFUIA DIVISION.
FuB Naw York, TrenUw. Newark, N J . and
iUsabtta. N. J , ll. t00, 10.00, n.'OO
a SB. , UM al JO) p to. Buffet
Parlor Cars on all d-y trains. tiUepiu. tit
ORtnettSUpM, OiMB-t 9.00 D B.
Fu Pninttsn.HU. 'ten, tiOO. 10.00. 'l.'OO
saua, 1JM, UM, M.t aad no 39 p m.
Fvit kg ark, Ul , Wllaalaa-tou aud Cuesler,
4A1J, tS-flO a m, 'UM iumm, '50, 'ISO,
Post u-iiuuiiiMATS yaiKia iMtwtMO Biltlmro
aad ri,llihls, ts.ttO and : -) a ui, ti w,
TBAUut unit Naw Yufk for Wasuuuton,
( tiij a at, M. iac, 5.oo JTui uJ
TaAuutLBAVc PsttlaiWlBiihi tor Washington,
JR. JJUi. IIS. lL a as, tl.w. Mil.
iui, -jP sb. who rsuiatan auaet
uas- sajtame tai-iMub t. Ru-Uut
I eaua, via nmaaaaiMMia -uu,
sets lu R. Jt X. staiiju -t
PoaAfSAMsc City, lisaad woo am.td
aooa. aaaiUrs, 4.94 a sa. U.uo aouj t
rwa ai sutiua.
Wcaa UAT8, 9.U a as.. 1 39. i 30 p at. Sua-
Lutk Rat Bum... wwk days, 0.30, 8. W pas.
Suaaay. 8.09, s 30 p at.
tKxcept bund. IXulIy SSunJjy only.
Uacaa c.Hcd fur and t iuu kid I row bo
ld ud r(bidiuc by Vuiuu J rjj-icr i u oa
orders left -t lUket tUHK. Wj ;U 1101 p.
M ud-t tlLUut
J T ObJSLL. C UAS O. St I LL,
iuu Ruai;er ..u l'ai. Ait
FOR MEN ONLY!
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lu.rwi.nuU.il Bwuk full . .lUMUua, A i bi our. BAik
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