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THE DAILY CRITIC, TIIITPPAY EVENING, AUOrST 21, 1890.
The Daily Critic
IV II llonchtnn Co, insmetH
Go Mt examine their lovely Parlor 8nlte
fit pferti tor o Bit her In ChrryoTrtM
pm . Half ripe ft t el 1 rme wmMe goo K
etrck Mrtterm of Carpets that cannot be
aMMM, at prices which will sorprts
ik to ne nown inose sovra i w-
3 pre, ror o, aiso tneirsra.
. of SnIM 0k Md-rontB SaitM.
ffies ire all DAtmdt. and will, fto
BM. ftlMM th fnm I rustMtnns nntfhawr.
Aft otdws tor Wall papering for the oest
19 w t per cent dincww, at
W H. Hoi nnrm A Co ,
lfl IfSn p street Boi-tineest
rtne, Kte . Kte.
"fats rfrBRlhle Installment estabtltmont
Itteatrauy located at 9 and MS Seventh
stMWt northwest, and Is now maMn ewt
Jjtota on Fefrterator, Baby Cerrlasw. W
ail mWlliw. nt mods needel tor the meli-
mwsom on a cssn oasi; on easily
The Natlnnnl Safe DepiMlt Cwmrmny,
r. tilth St. nml It. V. Avenue.
aw for st:rer.re. jewelrr. Laces.
Pm fSonrf, anil nlnahlcn of all kinds.
CMrtv- moderate safe deposit botes far
rvM at the reft low est rates.
MR. ANDREWS DISAPPEARS
lie tins Not lleen llenrtt et or Seen for
There Is hihcii anxiety on account of
tie MDttleti dlmprtentance of f hntta C.
Andrews, the manager of Kmmtrl A
Quattlf j-'s conlracllDg tmsines.
On July IB Sir. Andrews attemleil io
trnflncw as usual tn the firm's office, on
Thirteenth near F street. When the
place teas cloeetl up Mr. Andrews de
clared kls Intention of going to Ilitlti
more on a certain train, lie did not tro
on the train, ami at 0 o'clock thalnlRht
mtm seen by a number of his frtamla
Detective McDevltt lias been Intjiilr
ine Into the matter since that time, but
has not been able to ascertain the where
nbouls of Andrews.
1'repnrlne tn Celebrate (Jermun Uay.
Kupresentnttveaof the various German
associations In this city met last night
at Meyer's 1 1 nil to make arrangements
for the celebration ot "German Day"
on October 6. Tho mcctlnjc was called
to ottlor by Mr. D Skulsch of the Jour
nal. Delegates from eleven organisa
tions were present. On account of the
absence of delegates from tho city the
election of permanent o Ulcers was post
poned until the next meeting. Messrs.
.T Hochmcycr, F. W. Spier, A. E. L.
lCcete, Julius E. Juencmann, A.
Pchwsrlz, J. Collcnon, K. Schmltt, .T.
"Waldmann, It. Hour, F. Ilosse, and
Chr. Ilalsteln were appointed a pro
Tldonnl committee to submit suitable
teccmmendallons for the celebration.
The meeting then adjourned to reas
semble In two weeks time. There will
be a festival at Schoutzen Park, with
blttotlcnl representations of the part
taken by the Germans In tho develop
ment of the country, it grand concert
with band and chorus singing.
Steeling of (Irutit Tout.
An Important meeting of the V. S.
Giant l'ost, No. 12, G. A. II . was hold
on Tuesday evening at Monumootal
hall. The diath of Adjutant Dsnson
was fctmtlly announced to the post,
ami n solutions ot resnectto his memory
wi re adopted. The election of a com
mauler to fill the vacancy caused by
the resignation of Commander John
ston was hrld, and Colonol W. A Cook
chosen. The post then save a recep
tion to U. 8. Grant Relief Corps. No 8.
Colonel Cook as past commander.
Major J T. Turner, adlutant, and J. I.
Thompson, sergeant major were for
mally Imluetul Into office by I'ltst Com
inamler Johnston. Mrs. Gladys L.
Thompsoo. president of the llsllef
Cot ix. delivered an address which re
reived the hearty coagratul itlons of the
The New Uruod Army I'o't.
A meet log of the new Pull SUetldia
Post. No. 14. G. A. It . was held last
night at Grand Army hall sad a large
number more of recruits were mm
terctl into the ranks. John Ilocke
meyer, president of the Sebeutzen
Vereln; Captain Hathaway of the police
force, Colonel McC'rackeu of the l'ost
office Department and Major Lemuel
liursley of the Pension Dureau were
among the number who nullified as
charter meniUrs. A large number of
lroualBBl es soldiers have latitat!,
tbilr desire to join the putt, which la
ivuy tespeet U meeting with a big
Death at a IiIubIQUo.
Mr. Andrw F Drew, a brother of
Mr, Joha W. Drew of the lUlUing
lUfitUr, died la Chicago yesierdsy
flora Uflaismalory rbeumatUn. lie
was fofiutrly a printer in Wathlagtoa
and wor Lid oa the Pot lie was a son
of Mr. Iterssrd Drew of the ladlia
Oltke and went to Chleaeo about eight
yeais ago. The rewalus will be
frotight to this city and buried Is
Slouat Olivet Cemetery
Sffeirrlus: at KcrUAB'ri,
At Kiiaan's to night Billy Young,
the Uchi-wUgkt puglllM, will spar four
itmaitt with Mike lUedy for MUU.
lie wMie sueti a etever sUad agaisst
lkdy w Moskdsy alght isutt the bosti
iflratfHl will ue oouuiy ituitfetMMg.
Taswitw Bight Ytwg will Msest Joe
Jjtuaim, of Kew Jersoy, In a four rouad
Atlantic (Htr KiourUiu.
teeial ttaU leaves V.iU stastaasUfatf
it;, AiUNst i, st i p. ., urtvisg at At
In Bile Cfiy M p. ss. Tteksts gootf Mtura
ipg 9 U MaiM of SMiuUf sad MoshUy.
SsVtaltrala Imm AtUatk Cttr 5 p.ss.
Miittr lha tsth. sTnniint itio 13. SI.
SVSSJBBBSaVr PSBSBP "1-P IB iS'1'"
iUhm AuUut la it Uy.
Maoa isMtUost, aed U yearn, livia
i . 4M Twelfth stt south, fell
ktft itjrt f KMB & iHTHlltt fytfifMf WtftsPti
est Twelfth iet. bctwesm D susd B
isMeess tamhst Wis ig washtokua
In Use teU, ad Dr. MaJlost. who ai
Itastetl Usa, thioks that hst uiaiad
i i -- """
Fast I mm a tviattow.
Lt aica( ahout 10 o'cloek Jobs Hvis
aaf , who lives at Ko. 107 H ttetsoMtsv
tt, agtiOsHMaJly fell f son Use window
mt u GsWfis iwl imrtwitiril
UtkiM kt was aftavwaiste talwa to
tiVBSp aBfBB5BBP jpABpwmm
ack sua Jill mk touk yUl,
fsM tasaiioiM'ti kuid lull so st e-,
deck's vestt STwro but with Uumu
tiii died lrou uC4MMc ua1wu-"
s'sjstbn ul Bij6ttk uiitoj ttowos, s4
flaMlwsasWwrasl Witt Be WmmMMWmt wpt
a) lew eaVitui iJU ol tm kx
xm. Xvkj-k Aai tbav aaia new Uuafl !
i gaps wktus uMnt Ills tbwtf t
ttafsastesstii sVtt tL&MMl fct MsfMUW4
Th CoBiuUsiors hv oaoW4 the
W-;1! fXScer to pay Jofe Po8 -
il !' iLc tu&ousiol the is pass!
i , Mm, luuuucsto the pouuad wtilsif
3 u ..iaic ot twtty tUfe of hsw
JL lbtAf ba SbiaaVMNB
- Ma. sutoWs aoothUm stew sbmiW
iw h " far tgslcaa itmiMtL. lift
ioaifiii the chat, softeaa th wwa,IUys
ellMte, cv wtus ujik, e4 1 W 6ha bast
gaiWtw altrtswifl Xc-shotOa.
NEWS OK THE AMATBUR BAS
BALL AND BOATING CLUBS.
THE ATHLETIC UNION GHAMPIOOIP.
Tie GoUmtoM May Wla It Trjiaf to
Arnip a RagaHa This FiU Tke
'I ht Coinmbia AthletrC Club made a
my emlltsMe showinc falBSt the
ptt)fwsfot)al team at Capitol Park yes
erday. Young Keyworth pitched awl
did excellently, only two hits being
made off his delivery" The C. A. C.'s,
howivtr, were beaten, 8 to 0.
The Columbia Club will play the
New Jersey Athletic Club the first gtme
for the Kab-m championship ot the
A. A. U., at Itergen Point on September
6. The second game will be played on
Anslostan Island a week later. The
winner of the series will play the De
troit Athletic Club for the amateur
championship of the United States.
1 he local club stands an excellent show
to win from the New Jersey team, al
though It Is almost too much to expect
it to defeat the Detroils. If the team
wins one championship It will be glory
arc practicing dally for their contest at
the Stalcn Island regatta next month.
Trainer Couttney Is satisfied they will
make n better showing than they did In
the recent regatta against the llradforda
and Atalnntas. ThtTtnen were not futly
tialned for that race, but they will be
In tttm for the coming event.
TALK OP A nfWATTA.
Thore Is some talk of a regatta be
tween the local boat clubs, but as yet
nothing bos been done towards the ac
complishment of the project. There Is
quite a Utile rivalry between the I'o
tomacs and the Columbia, and It
thould be an oasy maltor to got tho lat
ter to enter. There was nn effort made
n month or to ago and the Potomac
sent the Columblas a formal Invitation
to pattlctpalc in n regatta this autumn,
but for some reason "or other they re
fused to enter, claiming they could not
stand the expense.
Yet, so say some of the Potomac men,
this was but a flimsy excuse, for tho
club immediately afterward hired
Charlca Courtney as a trainer, and mid
him a big price for his services. The
Potomacs will go tight along making
preparations for their regatta, and if the
Columblas choose to come In they can
do so. It Is to be hoped they will, for
It would rekindle some of the en
thusiasm that existed years ago.
Catholic Union Convention.
The Catholic Young Men's National
Union will hold their convention in this
ciiy on October 7 and 8. The union Is
composed ot young mon's literary so
cieties throughout the country. Carroll
Institute and the Georgetown Catholic
Union are the District representatives
In the National Union. The president
ot me union is itev. At. .). i.aveiie, rec
tor of St. Patrick's Cathedral. Nuw
York; first vice-president. IU'V. W. J.
Birmingham of Wilmington, Del., and
the secretary. John P. Leahy, the lies
ton lawyer. Ovor 100 delegates are ex
pected to be present at tho convention
and there will be a high mass cele
brated at St. Patrick's Church on the
morning of the first day of the conven
tion. Now Lailee Instituted,
Friends Ilrhn and Tracy instituted a
new council ot the National Union with
teventy five members last night at Odd
Fellows' Hall. East Washington. The
new council will be known as the
4 Hope" ami the officers elected last
night were: President. W. IJrlges,
vice president, B A. Harlan; ex-presl
dent. 11. F. Larcutn; speaker, George
B. Stewart, secretary. It L Hunter,
financial secretary, George M. Clark,
treasurer, M. F. Dixon, trustees. George
V. Smith, C. V. Henshaw and George
W. Itobey; chaplain, C. K. Meechuru;
usher, Samuel Millet , sergeant-at-arms,
James K. Griffith, doorkeeper, Joseph
J. Dove: dekeatcs to cabinet, William
llilegs, W. P. CballlceaBd M. E. Jones.
lluty lluiu (or Justice,
Judge Mills had a long day of It
yesterday. There were a large number
cf corporation cases In addition to the
usual dock tatlents to be disponed of.
The continued case of Patrick Sheeby
occupied the attention of the Court for
two hours. Edward B. Wyatt, charged
with keeping a Sunday bar, and It C.
Tboainsoa, a grocer, charged with
(oiling without a license, were also oa
trial. Both of these eases had bees
diss Used. Sbeehy was Used $105, the
usual penally Imposed for keepiai aa
Uoiicert at the Matlua livtraek.
The following is the prof rasaase for
the Martae Bead esweett at the Marias
Barracks at 5 M this aftsraaesu
Sl:tloi "DofU" CatHar
Masste'HitM' of the Netta" MvAf
Oveitiwa "Charts VI." . . lUtsay
Cetiecitkw "fiaasvisv s aVatwat,"
"IJnuky' Ummb" Ksmim
"OsMBM sas bsHskis" KaU
"A PsMf-auat" Suably
Vstsa "Keasaile" Hutttitsz
Much "Ugil" Warner
VaUeaal AS "Kail CfttssOsan I)sm
II hi .maim m ' ' ii I S
LEW OK SUXIR.
A Pleasant Ltuaa Dtislc,
For tslHssisssis atal ssMfcsttoisatt take
Tot tn'tlsjjSst'ioB aavl tail asosaassta take
Pes sick aact assvosia haadasiMSa take
T r saos EliiU.
0u gJBit kal bsuiitBU sVaBatsat
yny Ba oj sppstfti aas dsshttsf , ta&s
Ftrr bjtots. -Vt "w1 wslftria.trtt Lsfv
Uasos EUslr will act fail yw fat as of
the asstw aiisiias. ail of wsaeh adaa ftu
a tofflM at stoeasat f as , sttiBBBfiiv shimtys.
Ftepend only hr 1st- H. Wwax, At-
(He. as4 H. fm bottls. soW tj ixuy-
A JCAMaJisSkAt M4fssWpT Wsttk
sJtst tes ats of gasat sssiajf frun.
laTslMsls'isltinsTl a&W tMsftasf llsirTfMia BJaTaliatBBtii'rlt'
mtmgummmlm s mpmm qmm0 ja"BssBssssasiaBjp
fcsttLfttst---gi iMiiirifarBi trkJriaiTi ftH&!Ai-
BsgysfisjiasusBBttpsB, awiMBSBjssjRst JWf'P"j
patios, 1 hate hass wttss aj Uj. aak;'
! EMxif, sAiastsssf t ssat SHSU
ltsBssfes BSPaPi "" Ssi 'wi '
VssV M ttaimVailli
iSsW sasj 9iiaJsW ap 'sBBBBBfll tssaj
ijSjmm '' facial.
m& m tM of
dad n't xeul
Mi. Tmm WMsYa, U. ssven
aya a hA Quimitoiw J mi i
y Isottaa Is Vm Tothj g t
JBs" asslBPSiPasWl- - sasBBBfaassaBBBi ssBSsPwassas sanaa
s bjswWpHHP J a'sal' ssSbWRbv sssssbsf sShasBr ssbbi assisssBBr ssssbasbjbsp
Kb Tsutauu White l"ioal4-th
Usm i attd jo the duck fun uy baa-
THE TWO BOYS.
A Tale Illustrating the Value of rmth
rnlnm In the tine ltn,
tYm thr Pttrtt Frtt ft.
Jaftes ffld John wre playmshss .iwt
eath 1 2 years old. Their rareats dwelt
sMe by side, and so the two boys were
mwch togtihw. They 'p'ayed hoot"
with the same hoe hsndle, likd th
Sam brand of pumpkin pr. l were
ptetty nearly one In all things. The
on great exception was the fact that
James would Ire like a candidate for
ahlerman, while John would tell the
ttnth If It barked his shins. James
often gnyetl him for this foolHaness,
but to ho effect. He kept right on tell
ing the truth and getting three lickings
to any other boy's one.
One day when these two boys were
going over to Mrs Pcott's to borrow her
rtnlltlng framts and a drawing of tea
they met a stranger, who looked at
them Intently and finally asked
"Boys, did you flml a purse of gold
on the road?"
"No, thlr," promptly replied Jitrrt
"Yclli, thlr," as promptly repttoil
John the truthful, at the same time
handing It out.
Thev bad found such a purse, Imt,
being a little absent minded, I had for
gotten to mention the fact.
"Ah. ha'" cries the stranger, "but 1
dropped It to lest you' The proof Is
cleai ' Presto' fj.ledum' change!"
And a great black cat leaped out ot a
thicket and bore the liar away for oat
meat, while the stranger took from his
pocket a golden rule and handed It to
John with the remark:
"Now tun along, sonny, and every
thing you touch shall turn to gold. He
member that, while the liar may pros
per and crow fat for a lime, the truthful
bjena will come out on top In the loug
While this Is also a true story, I have
concealed the true names of the princi
pal characters In It, but they can be had
by sending your address with a stamp
to y return postage. ""
Vow Put I.
Cold - Victual Billy Say. Jta'tn
couldn't yet glmmc an old veetf
Mrs. Goodsolc Why, I shouldn't
think you'd want one with that flannbl
Billy (stiffening) Madam, do you
suppose I want to lookllko one of those
lie Might Get one Then,
"Don't you think you would enjoy
love In a cottage?"
"Yes; but you haven't a cottage."
"No; but I havo political asperatlons,
you know, and I may one day become
Save Your Hair
BY a timely use of Aycr's Hair Vigor.
This preparation has no equal as a
dressing. It keeps the scalp clean, cool,
and healthy, and preserves the color,
fullness, and beauty ot the hair.
"I was rapidly becoming bald and
gray; but after using two or three
bottles of Ayrr's Ifalr Vigor my hair
grew thick ami glossy ami the original
color was restored." Melvin Alilrleh,
Canaan Centre, K- It.
" 8ome time ago I lout all my hatr In
consequeace of measles. Alter due
waiting, no new growth appeared. I
then used Ayer's Hair Vigor and ray
Thick nnd Strong.
It lias apparently come to stay- Tb
Vigor U evidently a great aid to nature."
J. B. Williams, Floresvllle, Texas.
"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor far
the past four or five years and flud it a
roost satisfactory dressing for the hair.
It it all I could desire, being harmless,
causing the hair to retain Its natural
color, and requiring but a small quantity
to render the hair easy to arrange."
Mrs. M. A. Bailey, 'J Charles strwt,
I have been using Ayer's Hair Vigor
for several years, and bvlleve that It ha
caused my hair to retain Its natural
color." Mrs. II. J. King, Dealer in
Dry Goods, &c , UUhopvllie, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., LoweH, Mats.
Bold If UrasslaU u4 I'urdmn".
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
For Improfed and seonoesie
cookery, use It for Hours, haute
sad llaile Dl lies. la Oarer, ih
cettnara&fr, sad dissolve perfectly
elear la water. Makes delicious
Beet Tea and Uepi in all diinala
lor say leogth of tune. 1 tt equal
to 10 lbs of lean beef. Only sort
V ITCH uwt rmmj w.
by Justus too ue
Utr sad bears his
signature lu Mue
wi,w..i.i """.iiiiBB.-un, ru'-,'
Ileal the ore
feeUMW of Tiutv
TKV TUB CtES
AlSTta ei3an i Jj-t-i-a-.,- sir .autu
anea' 'e I'iIlb JWLb ' I -'.'-U by
SWil. it.iUhJ OuuU. e.LX IKf'THSaS,
Grata, U, right and Square
esvaoUJ aiuutwa jf varwiiaacr 1 uivited
-UMW ASTISTIC STVt-i. "
Fialshud in risii rnii -'
-& JMBaHUTlVS W."
mam wm wa-
saeoaaVsaiii Wsssstat aJU mem.
WM.KK4BB & CO.,
by Hart Space.
Sgy'tr the 'eaa
li- k i? vSM
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice,
Etchings, EngfuVtogs. Water Co'ois, Fhotigrafhs soi All Pic'ures In
Sfoc Ixcept Artolypes at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Btmtk altontlon paid lo rramlnc, KdfftJdln, Movtn and Boxing ricturos and Mlrrow,
'' "' -'-. 1l" L. . ''.' .- ... , ..
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH
Estimates Furnished; on Any .Kind of
Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc, Washington.
3034, south side Water St., West Washington,
James B. Hambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Cheapest Vuel in the Market,
Great Reduction In the Price of
IaordsrtoredMe oerlargs ttoekwe will
dslIwaBtU furtUrBtUwltU!iaUtr CKK
lor dwMttlc purpose at tlw lotto wtag lOVf
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, S3. 30.
LEQU1CK A.KD GBTTHE BBNBHT OFTHB
Exclusive Ageets WnsWagtna SasltgBt
Also the Host BststMt J 1 All
sttf istMBSit at a w.
UB Mask Saw.
TttNf -minmi aast P as a w.
1st aad N ass w.
TweUtk ad Water sts s w.
Tfaird aad Z sts a w.
l.it fhi ave a w.
3941 K St B w. nuUlm
UUXKLS AXU HlUtTAUJiU.!J!lt.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
MS tbmtb aesww M. w
Best aa4 rmtmt Uamm m tha otty. 1st-
wumwnm, 9. c.
Aiay ami Navy HaadqwsNafa.
WQKHE IHsV yiMH SaBsUM
e. ft OTAPLS.
IsAtoflal VfeafMtaMti Isasat. HlHltii
iUT SMMSST 4.MO i-4. AV
ALL K1ND3 07
Ctarterodibr Bpsetal Aet ol Congress.
JANUAHY . 18.
OKPITITI. - - - - 200.000
SAFE 1KEEP1NG OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS SUHOIR XD FIKS-PHOO?
geatfilaxt la Ms HKS-PaoO? WHLWJW.
N. E. 6af. 15Ja Stf art New Tack ive.
OPHWrS V. S. TS3AMTRV.
BPMCB HOOBS.9A.M TO IF- M.
4jaa fo wUl alwai. have beautiful Bread.
Itfkt ! WWIIH WUatal&le lMtyul. uur
sjaj Past street aad. tadlaAa 4.eauo.
WM. M. QA1.T & CO.
JOHN P. AGNEW & OO
saBBaBBBBBBBBaft aBkHsal. MAtaaBBal BBBsfliaBM Itt
yfaldat mi Immfl $tim ChL
14M n- 8S. ttXSMMCM SMNSBShjB.
TAJU Cur K st aiul Del. tte
TKLSHauaUC. Oslua. ilo 3. Xui. Kt
ft -!K- VH
I ceres Ym
We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
Come Up and Get Our Present
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.
UBBEY, BITTINGER & MILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
HAKE TEA 02 COFFEE
GAS .COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people, Just the stove for summer use, as the In
stant the cooiring is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
SLHUHT IT THATTBWtK BCAME 1B0M KtttXSSIHp.
m&mimmmXM HfeJv SBBl
BUT YOUE TETJIKS AID HAMESS
4SS BcvcuUi Bt K. W ,
HAS BEEN SOLD-
$1.1 5 and $1.50.
IN 10 OB 13 MIHOTEi
Best U Qte FiloH' HaU.
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY,
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wbotosafe and Retsll Dealers ta
Oar Wasrons (fo to Alt rarts ot the City,
laetodrm. Mwtnt neasant
CALLS-305, S72 and S6S
Look Out for the White Waposl
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
DmW Trsok. Splendid Scenery
Steel Halls. Magnificent Equlpmont.
In effect May Uth, tsx.
Trains leave Washington, (rem station cor
ner of sixth and Ii streets, a follows
Fob Pjttwrb and the Wet. Cliirsira Llm'
ted Bipressof Pnllnian etihale tarsal
1030am dallr: Fat Line, lOBOamdalifto
Clilcsro. colOBibn and St Ix;uii with
HeeplBB Cars from rtftrrl'biirBtn lndlwap
oils, ntUlmrjt to Oolomlmi; Altnoni ti
CblesRO. M. unl Chicago and t inc inatl
Bxpress, S .70 p m ililly rarlor car Waih
tt'tton to llartbnr, and su-cplwr t rs
IlSrrlsbnrK to St. Lonit, Chu ago and cm
clnnall, and Dlnlnf Car HatrUbnrg tost
Lonl.t lileapo and Cincinnati Western Ex
press, at 7 4 p tn dallv. with steering C ars
Waihlncton toChteacoantl 8t boats, cin
neetlBg dally at llarrlsbnrg with thr oigti
Sleepers for LonNTllle ami Memplils rui)
man Unite Car niMburg to Kichmond aa4
Chicago. I'scWc Kxprea, 1000 pmdai r,
for nttsburg and the West, with IhMijh
Sleeper to rutsburgand rittsburg to Chi
BAIV?lMOnE AND POTOMAC KAILHOAD.
Fon Kane. CanamUleua, Itochetter and Nt
agara Fsll dally, except Similar 10sra.
Fob Entt Canandalgua and Rochester daliy;
fcrliulfaloand Nlaiara dallr. excontSAt
nrdar, 10 top m. with Bleeping Carwash
Ineion to Itooheter,
Ton XvitttAMsroBT, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
nt to fo a ra dallr, except snndar
Fon WiLUAiroRT, datlr. S-30 pra
Fon rnii.Atiri.iHlA. NewTork ami tho Ent,
:., BfO, Il.tOaEd 11.10a m, 8,10, tl 15, i so,
S.tOrlOOOsnd ll.so pm. On Snndar. S 00,
11.40 a a. 2.10. 3.1. 4 so, 10 00 and tt so p vt
Umtted Express ot Pullman Parlor Cars
D.40 a id dallr. except Sunday.
Fon New TonK only. Limited Express with
Dining Car, 5.00 p m dally.
Fon PniLAnsM-nu only. Fast XxpeM 8 10 a
m weekdays and 4pm dally. Express
6undar only. 5 tn p m.
For Uoton without chanRO, 3.15 pm ovary
For FnooRM n. N. V., all through trains con
tect nt Jctf cr City with Iioats of Brooklyn
Annex, sffordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street avoldlngdoublo ferriage across Now
i oik my.
Fon Ait-AMic CitTi 11.10 a m week-days, ll.so
Fon Baltimore. CJ5. T.S0. 8.10, 0 00 0 w, 10.00,
10.M, 11 COandlHOa n, 12.05, 8.10, S 15 310,
4 00. 4 80, 4 30, 5 (0. B 10, 0 00. T 40, 19.00 nml
11.20 pm. On Sunday 0.00 005, 10. V), It w
a m, 8 10, 3.15, 3.10, 4.V0, 4 SO. 5.00, S. a, 0.00,
7.40, 10 no and 1 1 20 p m.
Fon I'ors'a CnxtR Like, 7 20 a m and 4,30 p m
dally, except Sunday.
Fon AMHAi-oLift, 7.30 and 9.00 a m, tl.CJ and
4.80 pm dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
0 00 n rn and 4.W p tn.
WASI1INOTON SOUTHKUN UA1LWAY
lu effect May 11th, 1890.
Fon Alxxampma, 4 30, 0 33, 7 45, 8 P. 0 15,
10 57 am, 18 01 noon, 8.03, 3.J0, 1.33, (53,0.01,
8.0. 10.05 and 11.30 pm. On Sunday at 4 30,
7.13, S 43 10.57, a m, 3.30, 0.01, S.0J and 19.03
Accommodation for Qnantleo. 7 43 a in and
4X& pm wcck-dsyn. 7.45am8unday,
Fon Richmond and the South, 4 30 and 10.37 n
m dally. Accommodation 1.33 p m week
days. Train leave Alexandria for Washing! in, 0.03
7 C5, 8 10. 8.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m! 1J. 3.00. 3.50,
5.10, 6CS. 7.0ft 9.80. 1037 and 11 M p m
On PuBdar at 9.10 ami 11.C7 a m; S.00, 5.1
7.08 7.89. u.vo ami lJ7 pm.
Ticket and Information at tho offlco.
northeait corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho ttatlou,
where orilsrs can ho left for tho rhecklngof
liaggsge to dostinattou from hotels and ront
CI1A. B. PUail. J. It. WOOD,
(lonetal Mniiaser. OenM'ass. Agent.
Baltimore nnd Oliin Itailroail.
Schedule In effect Juno 90, ID0.
Leave Wahlsaton from station corner ot
Now Jenny avenue and O street.
For Cnicaoo and Northwest. Vcst'butotl
Limited oxpress dally U.J0 a m, express
9 so p in.
For CikriNNATi, bt. Louts and Indianapolis
vxpress daily 3.10 atd 11 JO p m.
For 1'irriEi'nii and Llereland, express dill
a ao a in and fl. 10 n. m.
For LaxiNiiTOH sad points la tho Shonaadosh
Valley, ll.0 am.
Fon W iNciittTZB and war stations, t! JO p m.
Fon Ldnat, tj JO and S.40 p m.
Fob Baltimore, week days. 4 C5, 5 00, 6.33,
7.80 7.W18.CO 45-mlnuten), 8.30, 0 30, (11.00,
18.00 45-mlnute) a.m.. 18.10, 8.13 (J.W 4V
mlautsti. (3.15, JJmlnutei), 3.85, 4 90, 4.30,
4JK It.tO, SlBUte) 5.30, 6.00. 0.15, S.SO,
7 1. 7.30, S.3S, 9J.0, 10.30 and It 30 p. m.
t-uw-'aji, 4 OS, 7.80, 7J0, SJ0, 0.30 a tn.
(1100, 43 minutes) 1.00. 8.15, (iio, 45-mIa
utes)3S9,4.,4, (1.50, tsmiautei) O.Oo.
B.15. 6.80, 7.30, 8.1ft, 101 '. 11 30 p m.
Fob U'at bTATiovs between Washington and
ltalttawre. 5 CO, S.SS, 8.30 a m-. t.MJ, 3 .'3,
4 , 8 8u, ll.so p tn. Sndar,B 30am., l.uo,
a te, 4.38, G.ao, u,30 p m.
Trains have Ualtimobe for Washington,
week day. 3. CO, B.'JU, fl. 10. 7.15, 7.80,8.00,
8.80, 8 35, 9.3 and 10.80. 10.35 am,; l.'.OO,
18.10. S.10. 8.3T, 8.50, 4 00, 4.15, 3 00. 0 00,0.9,
7.(0, 7-tO. 6.S0, 8 30, 9.00. 10.10, 10.80 and 1 100
10.SS a IB.. 18.00. 1 .00. X 10,8 3c, 4.1 .CO,6.-V,
7JDO, 7 30, 8.80,8 30, 10 10. 10.80 and ll.Wpm.
FttsANNAroLM.caa aa4 8 3U a tu , li Hand
4 30 p m. fauadays. 8 3u a m , 4 u t in.
Leae AnnapelM. 6.35. 8,37 a m., U 05, 3.
p m. Saedays, i.90 a m., 4 5 p m,
Fob tatm oh tae Mstrepo.itaa Branr
t30,5 30 a ta.. SI13 p m, For prluij'A.
statlobs only, tlO.W a m., tl.JO and fi a
Fob llocariLLE aad Way Station! 1 131pm.
Fob Oaiiushhiuiui aad ItturreeJiite pg'ut
tu.es, tw ct), tiuon m.. tiw, new, 33
tS.ti, JWOO, tllJWpm.
Fuu Lmu'.aLd lateraiedlate itatlons, J
Cucacu tbain leaves Wathlagton on Sun lar
at 1 15 p bi., ttoiiftiaK at alt stations on
Fee PiEiiEHCK. t 30, S8.30, i'3 50 tu ti3 a m.,
F.is. ts.se, tt.au pas.
Fa Babsbviowk. ItO.M a bj. and t5 ta p m.
Tbai Aiuuvx lioai tblCBgo daily IllUa
nml 4.M p ra; froa Cieclouati aad bt L uu
dally S.Ui a ia aad 8.U6 p m; (rum I'itt burit
T.W a ra, S.50 p ra daliy.
KW YOBK & PaiLADBLPUIA DIVISION,
Fes New Yeas, Treatos. Newark. N J, and
iliaebetL X. J v 'liie. uo, 'WW, n 00
am. 8 5. !. aad. W. p m. B,i?et
Fertor Cars oa all day trains. Slcerlaji&r
wi the tt SO u ra, otx b at 9.U0 p m.
Fob PuiLAWtUHul M S6. tiOO. WOO, 'POO
coos. '1.50. 'IMK .u and 10 ) o m.
Fob Aui, Del , WIUlimtoa and CucUer,
'tM. tJ a ra, . rajoo, '.'W, 'tSO,
1041 ikHjuixwAK khkh between Ba!tim-ro
aad PfaiiBdelpak. t5 00 and 7 jo urn, t,'W,
TBAtas leave New York for Wasldngt on,
B OS. tll.9 a IB, 8-8 tX, i 00 p m and
TaAika Luts PailadclptUa tor Wjiii.sihn,
HM. S.li. ., MUB am, tl V t4t,
t Cm taaauuf ttuough. t i,,c ju
rMSjsja.wa roaltkeetii9 Bi;l-cc
rasafijasaa lu B. Jt it. ttnio . at.
Fob Atlantic Cur, 4 M aad 10.00 a m. I ' w
apoa. uaaaj. -taa am, j.uuu u, a x
Wbbk di. 9.15a as.. 138, t.r . S:i
dij, 9.SS a m.. 1.30. 3 u p m.
Leave Bai Uuh.i, week day., CD, h n ; ta
kusutar , s ub, s aa p ra.
Jly SSuuliy ctUy,
Bacaace called lor aiid tLtiki. 1 11 :.U.j-
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