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TnE DAILY CIUTIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGTTOT 13, 1890.
This Daily GritiO
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Toff Wni Mt tr ot T.
iay omwwtffWwr faroe, 8
itti csmtart- unite- chmim. t d
1 Taate rower pt, : em las
SwlTw 3 ywB8 fGWHW pfW Jflwft
Thaie an wH few of the spwtslly
fflWMrtiwlMW these prtcws are for cash
wm m tfetlaltua silll he made.
w. H. Hormnwt Jr. Co,
1918 and tB F irt N. T.
K ml den's Kerrliteniteit, Itnhy Cnr
tnc, life , use.
TM responsible installment cf hli drniont
Is centrally located at MO and sss seventh
street northwest, and l no making not
Tttcwi on Wefrlgerators, Baby carriage. Mid
II ottser lines of goods needed for the -mer.
floods Md on a cash bads; on easily
The Kntlnnat Snfe IlentrOt Wnmrmny,
(Air. lBth St. nmt N. T. Avenne.
Mflraere for sr.renrare. Jewelry, Lscaw,
Fjne Oowds and ralnables of all kinds.
Cliaiiesj uHleiate. Safe deposit boxes for
rent at tire very lowest rates
NA INS NEW POLfCEMEN.
llilrtylwo Officers Kxamlnml fr Per
As Is customary on Wednesdays,
there was a crowd of men xntberwl
alxMtt Police Iteadnnartcrs this morn
ing, but on tkls oceaarnn they were not
there as witnesses before the Trial
lioartl. Imt for re examination of their
Plications for appointment on the
iX'ilcc force. Under the neiv Mil there
nte thtrly two new men lobe appointed,
atid the law requires that all applicants
mutt pass two examinations, six months
The policemen are Interested In these
new appointments, as seventeen of their
number will stand In the line of pro
motion. Fifteen will be elerated from
the first to the Kcoml class, and two of
the second class will become acting Mr
Remits. It Is expected that some of the new
mm will be selected within a very few
SUMMER TROT? AT BENNIKGS.
JEnJoyelile Itactng Matinee by tho
Washington Driving; Club,
A large number of Indies nml gentle
men attendrd tho free exhibition of
tutting by the "Washington PrUtm?
Club at llennings yesterday. The
track was In a flno condition, and the
slight showers which fell during the
afternoon did not impair It.
The racing was not for money, but
considerable monoy changed hands on
the first race. The afternoon's sport
wns greatly onjoywl by those present
and the racing continued until dark.
Jtcssis. McCaully, Norton nnd Cox
acted as judges, nnd F. 31. Dranoy as
timer. The following Is tho result of
the trotting. Little 3U!d won the first
me nnd Susie O, the second. The
I'silograre fell to Little Mose, nnd the
threu iiiaricr running race was won by
Ainntenr llnsrliult ,asncltlnn.
The Columbia Amateur llaseball As
sedation held a meeting last night to
irafco nrrnngemenUi for playing a sorlei
i-f games from now until October. Six
clubs, the Argyles, Meridians. Crescents,
Zephyrs, Washington Stars, nod Hon
Slots, compose tho association. The
memlieu are not over 10 years old, but
arc playing very good ball. The new
organization has adopted rules for It
management, und will plav for a pen
nant, either at Atlantic or Capitol I'ark.
The schedule for the coming week, as
arranged last nlht. Is as follows:
MotHlay Arables v. Meridians, bvr
vs. Hon Mot; Crescents vs. Valilnan
Wednesday Crescent vs. Argyles;
tli)rs vs. Meridians. tVasklngUm Star
vi Hub Mots.
Friday A rsyle v. Zephyrs; Meridians
vs. Hon Mo; Washington btar v. C'ree-
lfxcurilon to llio Krusliore vl l'enu
1b I'ennsjIvsDla Kallroaci will give
aiJOtiwroMOt their popular uturstoasto
Ibe teeebwe ou Saturday uexl, tbe ItMh
Instant, fepeclsl trslu. composed of I'ull
lusn sleeping er ami Jay coaches, will
leave WMbtuglonat 1030 p. m. on above
date, renewing- Atlantic City ami Cape May
early tiunda) moruloa; Keturnlag;, tpeeial
train will leave Atlantic City and Cape
My Sunday Blybt, reacblus; Washington
iirlrMoiMlay Morulas:. 1 bete trains wilt
run tbrouiih wltbout ebm via Treatou.
1 be rale I $ W) for rouud-Ulp, tleketa
eod returning on alt regular tralne via
Market Street UUarf, until MtHtdsy In
duMve. Uertba should be aeeuretl In
The wedding of Hermaa J. Martin
sad 311m llessle Marks was solemnised
last eteslac at the First Pfeebytwlaa
C hurch, tiie Ilev. 31r. Kddy ofttclatiag.
3Iiss Kitty .Marks, a sUter of the bride,
acd 31Ue .May Donnell were tbe htids
maids. Me!. Ioaartl IHshoff, VV.
It Thompson, J. I). Adams and Thotnas
rhtlUpfi were the ushafs. Tlut wedding
marck frosa "Lobettgieii" was pcr
fuiiwd by MUsFauay ItWiofl, organist.
Tbe lui4y eouple left oa a Kottbera
hiidal Uiur, and oa their return la
September will feakk at 138 Marlon
AnBlTerury ot llie Uialng Olub.
The first anniversary of Ike iW
UcBiiag Club will be beki lo-morrow
eveaiag at roost Si, KobU&s' BuiklUjj.
'lit 5e?btb street. The osHeew of Ike
ilub ae- Preaukal, Georg W. PkU
lips. secretary and Iroaeurer, Lewi?
luiBtf, racei secretary, Ioubi A.
h busidt, executive eotuuitta. Xmdtitw
U Ohsttosa. Joka A lloaUr. Harry A.
rllkMMsw. Kdwd Yoigt. Keitost K.
M"oo4. CU W. C. WeeeVea.
Th eosaersioa of Mottat BeUsei
l'.apUst Ckuick oa WlUoa nii will
be laai is-Hsoisow afserauoa. The coi-
rtd F. A A.V.. 'nfal iuutleiBitf, sad
will lev tatdr hall, Ma Klcvesuk atraut,
it t o'clock aad go to Use csmrck by
tbe feslesvtac route Aloswr Peaasyi
viols aue to Teat, lo Skosk Isiaid
"itm, is sndktk. to T. toSeveatk. to
r moy, to WUswns, to tins causck,
wbessj tkt eesaer ssuae wul ke laid.
Tk etveusaVea ysesoay sivwaooa
of ike Fnamsi Guard to tifrH Hall
. a the ssmsaer MatakaUr ws a very
l lee wai sJfeir. About iae) ueraoas
tan Aiitakd k daactoat sd otker ea
j''iuu at tkal uuiulw tucureiua re
hi A auasUer ol caVrrs aad aeaatnrs
l x ii-e osjker udUlajix ortfasliittoai vein
in. a, at-
s ii Hinunnei ur iirtriruatant
J i iia Frajer aad KUMkatk Frsear
L. eaaecedeuM iatke Liscuit CouM,
iidt, lag pi,H dtwages Isoss Aksa- !
bait i ixaaf for eikttivd faW areal ad
tun LiHaiaeUUoaaouB uaoaa
L. . . i lMajr of uigeoas by Mrs.
Fra. i u.L . d,t- kaviag keea ilkTlasirrt
in li 1 i(wl July , IB. i
XLe roDuiiuiaut rut save fries i
at j-M l.tu wU'j t'H tuiue tisae '
1, i t i .sktii. e ill kive to
.-KwJ tkiee saomke is tke tHoirict jwl
i i lict ay ike stole au.ut.tKr of sj
Lk.t.a uf clotbLrtsT and otaer purnuasi
Uiti. fiooi Mry V Blount ed gold
iik.i.k oud lIuoj. ttvai &Ue Da Hoik. '
MOST 80 It) ffTAH.
Inventor Mnlttti ArtnHMI nn n Renlst
ttwn mm There.
At 4 o'clock yeetetrley sfstiwon,
Robert G. Rnllls. who ts teMterl In
Utah for obtaining money mnter fp
preteiices, ttas taken before Citlef Jtte
tree Wntham. .T O. Itnrker arweared
for Bnllft, and In his argnment sppwlerl
for the discharge of the prfsxwret on a
contof tire Insufficiency of the armlarit
cerntiWHiyimj; the requisition.
Dtotrkt Attorney Armes held that
Ihe sffWavlts were In every respect
complete, ami that there was no doubt
bnt that Itnllls had represented that he
wanted the money lo obtain letters of
patent on his wonderful motor. Jlr.
Armes asked that he be tamed over to
Ihe rnetoriy of Hugh Turner ami taken
to I'tak In compliance with the terms
of the requisition.
Turner will apply to the Department
of .Tost tee to day for the necessary
money to defray etpenses to Utah. In
the meantlmp IlnlllY attorney may re
sort to an application for a writ of
)ohmrorpv or demand an ImlemnI
f j Ing botnl Ik given for the safety and
pVoteeifonof the prisoner. lltuhTttr
ner, whom the Territory of Utah has
detearated as its scent, is the man who
had llnllis arrested here last week for
obtaining ? 1,800 from him for his
motor scheme. The charge was dis
missed by Judge 31111s In the Police
Court. 1 urner theD said he would re
sort to other means to get even.
JUDGE MILLf INNOVATION.
llcrentler Attorney Will Not lie
Called for br Ilia llntllrr.
Judge Mills is making so many new
Miles about court that he Is confusing
Ihe leeal profession not a little. Yes
ttrtfny he gavo Instructions that no at
torney should be cried for from the
door of the Police Court, and this morn
Ineheeave it out that no nttorneys
would be allowed to sco prisoners from
the dungeon unless they first obtain
nuthorlty from him.
It wns Judge Miller's practice to nod
his willingness to nttornoys doslrlnir to
sco clients that wore locked up. Only
three or four nttorneys, who havo ofllcc-J
within calling distance of tho Court
House, that have been called by tho
bailiffs nro affected by tho order made
ytstorday, and thoy look upon the rulo
as applying to them personally.
MR. SINGLETON'S RIFLE RANGE.
Aii.bltlona to llectirne n Mnrktman,
Hut Htoppeil liy l'ollce.
Tho boys havo been hnving lots of
fun out nf Captain Thomas D. Single
ton of tho Light Artillery since ho came
back from the encampment two weeks
ago. Tho Captain gnvo it out that he
wss nn expert rllle stiot, nnd in oonso
(pin ce he was plncrd In charge of the
tnri.it practice there. His Idea of
leaching Ihojounglilen how loshoot did
not pun out nnd tho records made were
I renounced very poor.
tine the encampment 3Ir. Singleton
I as ittnbllthrd a rllle rango in the rear
or his Pivcnth strut store and has put
in two hours prscticlng nt n target.
The neighbors complained and yester
day afurnoon Ihe Captain was notified
l Ihe police that he would litivu to
i. Lend on his city rllle range.
Wnla llellar From nn Unfaithful Wllo
Charles A. lkmes has filed a bill for
divorce from Alloc L. Barnes. Tbe
pitrtiis we to manled In lliililmore.
31d . 3Irch 30. 188J1. by the Ilev.
Father Devlne, ami Mr. Uurnes alleges
that thuy separated by mutual consent
duriuff May, 1800, on account of the
in-elect uf household dutltH and In
Hmpernlc habits of his wife He
chargts her. both while living with
him am! after their separation, with ro
pentcd acts ot adultery at the Tremont
Hotel and Hotel Godfrey with n man
DBmed Williams, supposed to be Oscar
Graham, ami Andrew llussell, alias
Uonway, and that, at the time the al
leged acts of adulter)' were committed,
the panics registered as man and
Uliurced With helllue Without Lteane,
In the Police Court today Henry
Nelson was charged with selling liquor
at the Ivy City race track without a
llceuic. The evidence showed that the
license to tun the place was properly
taken out by II. C. Thurston and that
Nelson was only an employe. The ease
Patrick Tobin, the keeper of a whole
sale place al No. 1119 Pierce street, wa
cbargtd with selling in less quantities
than a pint. Six witnesses were on tbe
stand, Itut not a single one of them
kaew anythlsg atom the ease. It was
l'lneU fur buuday liar.
Louis Getuilla was charged with
running a Sunday bar oa IS street in tbe
Po)ic Court today. Two policemen
wi'Lt Into the place last Suudtyaad
drmkUnr. Tbey both got mixed up
oa t'aiea- aad bad no Idea where the
place was. One went so far astray as
lo keale tbe saloon on Thirteenth
sin el. Itolb oSBcstra sakl tkat tbey had
aiu kited st viral other places In tbe
tame locality. Tbey, however, identi
acd .Mr Getselta, and oa this evident;1
alone Judge Mills imposed a naeofW
Low Kate ta User I'ark auU flaklHml,
Uuilng ti e prcaent season tbe It. & O. K.
K. Co. will sell excureioa UcieU from
WaeUugton to Deer Park. Mountain Jke
Vui and Uekbuul fur tbe Friday nignt and
ail steiunlay Ualua tuck week at rote of
It fur the round trip. Tbe tickets will be
Totbi for letun pssssge until Ituoeioy foi
ktwias; day ot sal.
Tit-sets to Berkley Sorinys and letura
wtti be soal uaaer siacuar eoskosieas at
9.av for the round trip.
A Servunt tttrl's ttare4eaBes4.
Ytstorday aiteraooa a sarvaat irl
eaaleyed at Iir. Alka's kouta, Ko. Hi
atveaik slrett soutkweet, started a fias
ia a very ptcuttar way. Wktse feueiag
is close proxitalty to a kaiedstore
sosae clotkes wUkk ske was carryitut
ia ker anas took i-'e. Ske Uuew tkeat
dous oa a bed uoetairs, not aotkiag
tkat tky were oa Ire. Ia a very short
tits tkat bed sad eurtaius ia the ro-iut
hw ia tsmai But Uttla daauge wss
sustained, as Ike ire was aooa es
lAWIjaaal tost CsaVMsUMC UW liMnUskCa
ia tkc Fosic Court yesktraay aftor
aooa Fiank UatiU. who wsaiaaiiaiiMii
taaor wiik svUiac eflect uawa ika bead
of kit brother aiiai. was laad istS aad
va ibiity ys ia ju. va thewtn
aaa swea cut uo weu v aau aaa sutt
carrbed the stas, 8aUs vw vary
smmjus to see has brother coavk'toi
- -fSJP. '.P
siflMtataW Milt r km hi JiuM.
f- rsrwr? tt - ajii"awvsRtaw
Chiaf Juatite &&&, vtM an
itfui kkt susmaMr vacatioa I Xetr
Manaahlftr- ret ma' 4 to the e&j yaitar
4jr. aad today held itaatoa of Mm
uisy Court ia chasalaea,
jk JnfsAaMaUraMC TBbbIbi
kvery ThucUay U islaai rack aa4
tteriiars larnr. No cuaiuakn or croareV
U. Everj tkket eotUies tks hrihlar to
rcacivetl el. ICuud triy U Irsia
Usvc jb. A O 6tUuu eaclt TbureaUr
until SWOteettber 1, tl 111 t ut atnure
nil m advoucE ii oil u,i 1 151 l'auil
SCRTED HIM RNQT.
Wlmt llnppmnt to n Cruet BTetraerle
Vow Iht Mitnrtar KMrw,
The anteater Is described as being an
extremely stnpM, slow moving animal,
by no means given to attacking its
neighbors, bnt when hard pressed it is
mM to sit nn on its hindquarters like a
bear ami defend Itself with Its powwfiri
claw. Aprrtpm of this haWt we hat
Iieard the following story of an atrtoater
at the Zoo, and, thoueh we cannot
vonch for Its scientific accuracy, It km
a moral, and will, we think, bear repetition-
A man one of the class so well
known to, ami hated by, the keepers,
whoec chief Interest in visiting the
menagerie appears to be to torment the
unfortunate animals standing by the
anteater's cage was heard to remark
that this was the sottof nnimul he liked,
as It could not bite. He then proceeded
to poke It with his new silk umbrella,
on which the anteater retaliated by
quietly taking hold of that weapon
with Its daws, with the result that the
unfortunate owner was left In possession
of ihe frame, while the animal carried
off the silk as a trophy of well earned
victory over its enemy.
IS not only n distressing complaint , of
itself, but, liy causing the blood to
become depraveit and tho system en
feebled, Is the parent nf Innumerable
maladies. That Ajor's Siirinpnrilln
is the best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
la proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of ltruekway
"Liver complaint and Indigestion
innito my life burden nnd came near
ending my existence. For more than
four years I suffered untolil agony, was
reilucwlnlmost to a skeleton, nnd Iiarilly
bait strength to ilrag myself about, All
kind of fooil ilMtres'ert me, nntt only
the most delicate could be digested nt
nil. AVltliln tho time mentioned several
nhyslrinns treated mo without Riving re
lief. Nothing that i took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the iue of Ayer's Sarsaparllln, which
has produced woiuVrful remits. Soon
niter commencing to tako the Sarsnpa
rilln I could see nn Improvement in my
condition. My appetite began to return
nnd with it came tho ability to digest
all the food taken, my strength Im
proved each day, nntt nfter a, fow
months of faithful attention to your
direction, I found myself n well
woman, able to attend to all household
duties. The. medicine has given mo a
new lease of life."
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
l'rk tl ; ! botllM, S. Worth $& a botlli.
Cheapest l-uel in the Markel
Great Reduction In the Price of
In order to reduce our large rtookwe wilt
ilellrer until further notice iMMtiiualltrCOKK
fordoBicttlo puriKMe at the following LOA'
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, S3. 30.
Exclusive Agents Watblagtoa Gallsbt
Co. 'J Coke.
Also tkeMoot Bxtenetre Dealers In All
Kinds of Family Fuel,
UM Seventh at a w.
Thirty tecond and r sts n w.
Pint and H tUuvf.
Twelfth and Water ate s w,
119 11 at n w.
Third and ZtUayr.
1741 1'aaven w.
MIlKstnw. am, la
Grand, Upright and Square
Siwclal attention of purchaser Is Invited
"NEW AKTISTIC en'taw."
t'teAstnWat lfl 0JMsbHW tf
-HlOHBhT iViWRATIVE AKT."
I'lAMOS FOR KBNT
Saeond band Pianoe at AH Priees.
Wm.Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
Yot improved and
cookery, use it lot beype, (mumm
aad Huile liUbe. In tutor, us-
cumpiuaUt, aad iWsinNas perteeUy
dear la vta&ef. Maans isattcssau
Unas Ten anil kttvt in uSt offeutsei
for any leustn of time. 1 k equal
to 46 Ins of lena beet. Only sort
guaranteed geauiae ft
U' Justus vou Lie- fy'- ,
big aad beam hU jA-G-8-
signature ia binary ck
UUTXIA JLXJ1 JtKHXJ.9HA.HTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
ttf SNIH aVstSW K. W.
Hast aad Mssast Iaaaees at las estr- I-
Lmu w nnOTWfii
VaaUaevMK, a. 0.
Assay aa Mjr Waiisyansw.
ywlsea sue InSAfa.
tmsVssT MM Wm W W
VY " YAasMMMN. ft
Vt. JAJU' aoTJU.
aUl'd. nTiUUrr ASUl fA AtX
001 HIST CLOTH
2.5 PER CENT
We are about through renovating our second and third floon.
Tbe mechanics will be ready for our first floor net week. We
want lo jive Ihem all the room we can lo do their work In;
tbtrerore, rraVe atl iscottnt of 95 percent, on nit aoth lathe
house. Men's Suits, IJoy's Suits, Children's Buits, Jfen'a Odd
Pants. These are no old stockers that we would bo glad to sell
at any price, hut are all fresh and new, boujht this season, and
were good vn'ue at regular prices.
Call and look thtough our stock. You will not ho Impor
tuned lo buy what you don't want.
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Etchfngs,. Engravings, Water Co'ors, HhIjIis ml Ml Pictures I
Sloc't rxcept Adolf fes a!
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Special attention paid to Framlnc. reglldtnc, Movlnit ana Doxlng riotures and Mirrors.
FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave., Washington.
James B. Ltambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, ID. C.
AAsbI SaaM WaM aTaaSatfl kaUti basaUMUui Br sill J
Notts a tMscsMM WMeeabt Bat, u
WM. . HALT ft CQ.
lAmk mi bufe' M hi
vlfWU:. l-UJ p, ave. Cut.utm BiiiUu)
TiLtOi Cur a St tal Uai IVd
Until Further Notice.
ALL KINDS 0?
Water st., West Washington.
ixMium m. am.
m Wm IT YiHILES,
tumie of sifis,
CaaMaasi tf -WKaW MWlaaUMe
, fer. list atntl ui few Ym !.
OlVOaYn U S. THJEAttTKY.
0WCK EOiiEfi. 9A MWIfM.
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.
L IBBEYr BITT1NGER & MILLER,
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $
MAKE TEl 01 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
ihlrty 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.1
JliiJIPifcEfey" 1WHOW AMB BEHAiCfil YMJ CAHV gs4k
b,dW&?&bf "hmt iti That trunk cae nuw Kmcessi'sjSEbI
WrTmm-K. ya a ya atfrgai rv.. .T'HEr-1-
I AmLr Jr WL jMy sW aT
F4SAliJKmi - faJBfe r
BUY TOUR TRUHKS AID HARIESS
425 bcTUiLk bt K W , next U Oil FOLuwa' Hail
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO I
Get Our Present
I. i 5 and $1,50.
IH 10 OB 13 MIH0TE3.
T FALLS ICE
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
WfcofesBle and Retail Dealers In
Ow VTaptm a t AH rarts of the Ctty,
CAM.S-, m ami Mt.
Look Out for the White Wagons I
The Great Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest.
Dtralile Track. Splendid Scenery.
Sleet nails. Mnpilflcent Kqulpment.
In effect Mar Hth, 1890.
Trains leave Wasfarneton, from station, cor
ner of Mxth and U streets, a follows:
Fon rmsoiw and the WeH, rhloaeo Uml
;jd Kjnrees of Pnllman Ve.tlbnle I'ara at
10 88 a m daily; Pat Mne. 10 50 a ra dally to
Clilcaeo. CMnrabm and 8t Ix)ulj with
Sleeping Cars from narrlbnreto lndUnsp
olls, Httbnrs to Oolnmbna; Altoom tV
Clilefliro. M.Lonl ChlcsEoandClnrlnnatl
Bxprew. 3 30 p m dslly I'arlor Car XVMh
legtofl to Harrlsbnrff. and flplnir Tars
narrlsbHDr to Pt. UmU, Chlesm and nn
dnnatl, and Dlnlnc Car IUtrlibtirg to St
Louis, Chlearo ami Cincinnati. Western B
press, at 7.4u p ra daily, with sleeping cars
Washington to Chicago and St I,oiil, con
nectlng dally at Harrlsbnrg with through
Sleeper for Lonls villa nml Memphis Pull
man Dining Car ntUbnrg to It'chmond anX
thloago. lMclfio Ex pre?, 1000 pra dally,
for Pittsburg ami tho West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg ami Pittsburg to Chi
cago BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kake, Canandslgtia, Rochester and Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 a m.
Fob EniE. Cnnandnlgnn and Rochester dally;
ftr IlnfTftlonnil Msrarn dally, except Sit
urday, lOOOp m, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon iLLiAMsronr, Lock Haven and Elmlra.
at 10 to a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon WittiAMroRT, dally. S.no nm,
Fun rntLAPFLrniA. New York and theK&st.
7.V0, ti co, 11 to and 11.40 a m, 2 IP, 3 15, 4.00.
5.to.loooandliao pm. on sunday,9.oo,
11.40 a jd, 2 10. J.l J, 4 . 10 oo and 1 1.30 p m.
Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars,
0.40 a m dally, excopt Bundny,
Fon Nxw Tona only, Limited Kxpress with
Dining Car, B 00 p m daily.
Fon PniLApE!.rmA only. Fast Kxposs8IOa
m weekdays and 4 p ra dally. Kinross
bundny only. S 40 pm.
Fon IIostox without change, S.I5 pm ovary
Fon Frookitn. N. Y., all through Iralai con
licet nt Jon ey City with boats of Ilrooklyn
Amex. HfTordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street svoldlngdoublo ferriage across Now
For Ailastio Cut, 11.49 a m week days, II so
Fon IUt.TiMonE.fi V. T.S0, 8.10. 0 CO 0 40, 10.00,
10 CO, 11 lOand 11 40a n, MM, S 10, 3.15 3 10,
4 CO. 4 20, 4 SO, 6 CO. 5 40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 anil
ll.Wpm. On Sunday 0.00 9 05. 10.W, 1! W
a m. 6.10, 3.15, 3 10, 4 W, 4 'JO. 5.00, 0. 10, 0.00.
Fon Pora's Ciiser Line, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p m
dally, except Sunday.
FonAniAWLi,7.SO and 0.00 nm, UXSand
4Wpm dolly, except Sunday. Sundays,
WABUINOTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In nITcct May 11 th, 191W.
Fon AlZYAXiinu. 4 80, 085, 74J, 8 40. o.v
10JVT a m. I 01 noon, 2.05, 3 JO, 4.25, 4 55, 6 01,
B.we, 10.05 nnd 1IJB p m. On Sunday at 4 30,
7.45, 0 15 10.57, a m, 2.30, 6 01, 8.0 and 10.03
AicimxoiiATioK for Quantlco. 7 15 a m and
. 4J5praweekdsys 7.15am Sundays
Fon IlivMxonn and the Konth, I 30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 1.50 p mweok
Tkains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.O5
7 (5. 8 CO, 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m: 1 90 .1 00, 3.V).
M0, 8 0ft. 7.0ft 0.). 10.17 and 11 (M p m
On Sunday at 9.10 nnd 1I.C7 a Ul. 2.00. 5.10.
7.0ft. 7.29. 6 ) nml 10.07 p m .
Ticket" and Information at tho oa-e,
northeast corner of Thirteenth street an 1
I'ennrylTanla avenue, nnd at the tatl m,
wlereimlers ean lx left for the checking of
lieggage to destination from hotels and re; I
if AflJ llMl
CHAS.K. rrnn, j. n. wood.
Oeneral Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent.
Itnltltiiovo nnd Oliio Hnilto.iil.
Sehednle In effect June 94, 1930,
Leave Washington from station corner of
ew Jerter avenue nnd u street.
For Chicaoo and Northwest, Vost'bu'od
Ihpitnl expreM dally 11 JO a m, express
Fon CixciHXATi, St. IxhiIs and Indianapolis
oxpreft daily 3.80 aLd 11 M p m.
Fob PiTTfBi'no and Cleveland, express dill
Fon LxxtNeToN aim points In the Shenan Joab
Valley, UJO am.
Fob iKciUkTiR and way ilatloni, t!.30 p m.
Fob Lubat, tsjw and 8 id p m.
roH IIaltimosc, week days. 4 08, 5 00, 8,15,
7.90. 7.S018.CO tS-adnutea), 8.10, 9 30. (11.00,
U.OO 45-Blnute) a. m , 1.M0, J.15 (,'iu 15-
Blluut). (3.15, 45-mlnutei), 3 23, 4 20. 4 50.
J Il.tO, ss-mlautee) 5J0 8.00, 8.15, O.JO
7 10. 7.30, 8 SB, 90. 10 30 and U 30 p. m!
t-undayn, 4C8, 7.90, 7.80, 8.30, 0 30 a m.
(U.(0, 15 mlautei) 1.00. 2.15, (,50, 45-mla
Utee)3 96,4.2D,4 3, (1.50, 15 minutes) 6.00.
0.18. 8.90, 7 JO, 8. 18.3 ', 11.30 p m.
For Wat Maiioss between Washington and
Daltlmore. 5 00, 8.36, 8.30 a m , W.10, 3 23,
4 89, 6 . 11 JO p ra. bundays, 8.30 a ra., 1.00,
Tbaii. uave IIaltimore for Washington,
week days. S.w, e.20, 8.10.715, 7.90.8.00,
8 30. 8 36, 9.3U and !0JW, lO.Mam-; U00,
12.10. 2 10. SM, S 50, 4 00, 4 15, 3 00. 6 00,6.'jo
7.(0, 7 10, 8.20. 8 SO, 9 00. 10.10, 10 M and 11.00
p m. bundav. 6 30. 7 15. 8 SO, 8,15, 9 10, 10 -JO,
18.36 am., 12 00. 1 06.210,3 30,4.13 SJO.6.30.
TM, 7 30, 8 ', 8 30, 10 10. 10.90 and 11.00 p m!
FoRANkAitM.M.6 36 aad 8 SO a m., W 10 and
IMP IB. fcUBdayj. 8 30 a m., 4 12 p m.
Leme Anna poll. C 33, 8 37 am., U 05, 3.50
pra. bundajrs, 8 30a ia., 3.55 n in.
For bTATiok oa tbe Sletrorolitaa Bran-b,
ts 36, 8 39 a ra.ll.13 p ra. For prliclp.il
statlowi oely, tttMO a ra.tl.30 and tIJ
For Bocsviuk and Way Station, tl 35 p m
For UAiTHKMiieKti and latermedlate po'nt j,
t,i4iW. tllia .. tux. tJOO, ,,
F I!oo'auU Intermediate stations, 90
CHtiMCH tsaik leaves Wafblagtoa on Sunday
at 1 14 o ra., tlopUarf ' ail stations oa
Fw Fsviiutk. n m, je30, J1 30 tit 10 a m..
Sl.U.tS.SO, tl.su pm.
VVU 11 A0BS.TOWN, tH 40 a IB, SDd t J 10 P DO.
TBAiMAHwvslrosi Chicago daily 11 13am
aad 4 W p b; f mm ClBelnoati and bt Louis
iiUy Sliawaiki U6pm; (rum fttuburx
7.W a ra, 6.50 p m daUy.
KUW YOUK PlIIL-tDMLPIlU. DIVISION,
For New York. Treittoa. Newark. N J and
LUtabetk, ti. J , Ml. tSOO, WOO, !. jj
ara. mM, u SO aad M0.30 p m Bullet
rarlor Cars oa all day trelai, Sleeping tar
" J f l IN, writ 4t i.w l m.
For Pun nmwuA, M 66, taOtf. W.00. 1J00
tuMM. M.M. U 50. 4.16 aad 10 3-) d m.
For i.wric, Unl , W Usatagioa and Chester,
I. OS, MNb, UM noon, V50, MM,
8.14 aad 30 j ii,
For unuxsuiATc tikH betweun Baltimore
aad Pal inlet ptila, ts 09 aad 7 20 a u H jj,
ljfc p ra.
Traus ikavi New York for Washington,
SCO. Ul. a n, 2.0B, S.9C, iWpiuaai
12 13 sin at.
TuiMUUti PBiUdelpUa lor Waahlngtan.
4JH "III 9.U, UJB RIB, tlK, Ul,
FRueawi,ASlp as wish Pullnun Bo lot
Npeplef Car raaBias: taroaab. ti Bu-,t ju
wttkuul eksaaR, via FoaaUtietMle Bridge,
laadlag i;iaiiew In 8. Jt SI. utluu at
For Amj.m Cbi. 415 aad U.Q0 a m. UM
aeoa BRcdaa, 4.96 a a. U oo noou and
FOK MAY WBQK.
wmk sATa. s.14 at., l at, 4 so p m. Sao
day . 9 16 m., I m. s 16 p m.
Ijuvi Vat kiaes. week day, (.30, SU pm.
i4itly, f .09. SittujB.
tXxoept auada. QaUr Sunday enly,
BatMge oaJlad tot jad vbetked I roiu li J
teU aad n iWfBaes by Cuiuo fruoj -f v rtj.ua
orden left at ticket ufttaea, 619 aua list Fa.
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