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FTJIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1890.
The Daily Critic
llerachtftti X- Co. ' Imtnewee
(Jo at examine tbt lovely rarlor Snltes
Fir rdwefs ft 3 Ittherln f herry or soIM
. Ran rrtf-e fcr all unseasonable gnods
nch patten of carpets that cannot be
dopnoatrt, at price which wit! sarptlse
Trn As to he shown thaw Solid Oak Bed
t"om SMrsj. 1 pieces, for $18 Aim their S.
3 plW, of SolM Oak ittdrontn suites.
Thejsj Mica are ail Dinrm and will, no
rtnnM. plats the aim t fftsttdlmts pnrenasw
Allorteri for Wall papering for the next
mo ww ai sipr cent nisronni, ai
w H IToi nnTo ft Cn '.
iris ti T street nort hwest
Mntlden rtrrMjrerntnrv, Hrthy
rlncrs. lite . Kte.
. This responsible Installment establl drmont
I'lentraliy located at mo and MS Seventh
Mreet northwest, and Ik now mating cut
-rlee on Itefrtgenitors, Babe Carriage", and
all other lined of goods needed for the (ram
mer Snodssold on a cash beats, on easily
1 aid Installments.
The Nation! SnTe Deposit ttompnny,
Onr. lath St. nml N. V. Avenue.
Storasje for OTrerware, Jewelry. La,
Fine (food and valnables of all kinds,
charge moderate Safe deposit boxes for
rent at the Terr lowest ratet.
AN OLD CITIZEN DEAD.
William O, Menill, a Itrshlent or OapU
lot lllll, Dim Very Suddenly.
William C. McGHI died rery sud
denly last nlsjht at his horns, No. 905
East Carrol street. lie had beea com
plaining for a week or more. Hut half
an hour before he died he was wateil In
atbalrin the parlor of his home.
The deceased was born In Uurks
County, Pa., In t.112. and when nulle a
joune man took to the sea, and in this
capacity had charge of a numlter of ves
sels. In 18-10. when the gold excite
ment broke out In California. Sir.
JtcGIll crossed the plains and mingled
with tLe sturdy men of the Pacific
Slope. In 1851 the deceased went to
Australia ami remained there for sev
eral years, after which he relumed to
this country and went into the real
estate business In St. Louts.
Later he removed to Cincinnati, ind.
In 1861, helped lo onranlre the first
Iluckoye Volunteers, and nfterward had
enargo or the nmunltlon train In Gen
eral Seleel's brigade. After the war
Sir McUill served On the Capitol police
force and was also n guard at the Dis
trict jail for n number of years.
Since 1992 he has not been In active
business. He has Riven more or less at
tcnllnn to the patent business, and was
the first man to suggest the bell-punch.
He leaves n widow nnd two crown
children Miss Llrxle McOIII nnd Sir.
IV C. Mcaill.Jr.. of Tiik Clinic re
Loin Helllnc lUplillylVtrolnum lie
llssecl In 11.x Ut In Aliumlance,
The Harrisonburg I.ind and Improve
lrtnt Ctmpany, at Harrisonburg. V .
hi d their first lot sale yesterday. There
vas it large crowd In attendance, and
tin Mild Ine was spirited. One umpired
nr.d ninety lots weie sold In a few hours.
'I he sales aggregated nearly ?70 000.
I ids sold at price ranging from $730
ti'SOO It U said to be (be beat one day
f sic of lols yet made In the State. The
talc was Interfered with by rain
Mr. 1. V. ltchord has been digging
fi r coal on hi land within a mile of the
town, and In following some am ill
scams of coal he discovered an Inllow
ct water, through the crevices in the
reck, which had an oily appearance,
and an analysis of the water by a com
retent chemlat, shows hydrogen, 1.03;
caiU.B. .1176. nitrogen, .078, sulphur,
UtlO: Mieclnc gravity. .18, testing
This was obtained from below the
M.iface of the ground about fifteen feet.
3Ir Itobcrd Hill contlmttt to bore
through the rock, which ia called by
the engineer who is directing the work,
the back, ami expects to get a How of
ell lu a few days.
It will be remembered that about a
J tar ago Mr J 1. Houck found coal
c 11 or petroleum In a well which he wai
having dug for water for use la hU
tannery. Taklos that In icuaeelloa
with the discovery on lh lands of Mr.
Itiberd, above m ntIoef, it would
tctin Ibat there could b very little
doubt of the existence of petroleum in
abundance at Ibis point Several wells
will be bored 1b the near future.
I'srcer Mliltu SUIp Out.
I! Sbephtd While left Washington
f. r Iktttott yesterday afternoon, but be
declared ewnlsalteally that he would be
lere to mwm the charges against hint
lefore the grand jury la September. It
is clalmtd that be went by way of
II vatlavilb) ia order to evade arr&K. He
had so renMa to be seared, for no new
w arrant baa beea Usual for him. neither
Lag any cnleer or detective beea de
tailed lo waieh him. Had Mr Coaiag,
its fotmer employer, been here the
clurces are that White would still be
It hind the bars, as new iaformatloa
nuUl have bea made out agaUat hloa.
yi.f v. (.i ie ptv tilted by hillari
( ( nici fiuM cotuulliUK phabUasiUt
Hot: sjMuidat uiuuu. fioai ftinrllmisl da
i,i'l, Mttt U her jxt. ulbtriy dlk at mgaa
I ui and ibi MMMt sertotM result ate oft
t i.n-4 br tWa neglect. To nub ftmnu
I r iwt rsvoittM fNtcrtittkiti Is aa sc
t i u.l kMM'U, a it oSrs 4 tui and f
uie for itil Usui dtolnwlag duosdr to
v I ib woHu-M are peculiarly aubjact, while
it mvs a sctet girt or woman turn the
t .ixruiMiml of i neraaiisl -osuitaUoa
w ' h a phyeiaUa "FavutUe ftmutpUtm"
is Le oaly aacdsciae for woauut's peculiar
UiiLusMtt and ailiwnts, aold by Orug
t!n, usder a positive guaraasae from the
ii.auufactu(ik thai it wtll giva aalnfctta
iuKVtrycai, or aaoaay wilt ba lefuadai,
fc-cti guataataa oa bottle wrapper.
AmWmI Mi it KaKstwpar Has,
ThfimM F. Uawaoa, the eoirepo'i-
h of lim lVaver Tutus aad clarkof th
Stoata C'osBwfattw oa Falcate, mat with
a HsrirHta aeddest al Laurel, MO.,
WtcUsttiajr altessxtM. II wti oa his
j) ftom a visit to Us fawily auauwr
iLi Uuue, whea ta kiag pia of Ike
ti'Vtyc ia whlck b was ridiaf
--..ifptd OHt, throw lag bias hetuMms)
f i to Um zrouad. Vaslwr Sskaaler
'inivt's advkaMr. Isaaao wUiwtaaia
1.1 Uskngaji taf soasa data.
I ! tUmirriani so Atfaaiia tiOky t
Un FrisUy of ee weak duruu Juaa,
J uH aad Mcuat Ua sUliimora mm Ohio
K K wiU tsS escutkiua Uekats to AtUutk
1 it) good sjcaag oa Uaia laaidag B. O.
1-ij ot at IV o'lMckuuua and guod to return
. 11 u wmuUt tsalu to a4 "'v'll'fg the
i TSs at. A O. d iUtdiag BaUsoad
( ui tka ouij uwubta Uack louts U dAlaa-
IMItuur JMMw aula sO(.
i.uy is. Uutiue. Um ytJirwaa
w an Vuitiiy titfited ud siafgswul to
l'l j is k MeUwfxjtiUa &ahm timet,
usit iijr f Vrrsv.w.i iHflTtl w&A igfgsf frw
C LiiiMtotosw-rs fur ik aUryusi kiw.
ULLUiJ4gtotW8W. Mi BuMmJ
n-iaii 4 ob ikwfotto over two pay dure
iteiai -- tls woawy aad tuttm
tuoxe - 1 a. Aiui auA Kajry ylame
Ai.io'nc Cny Jf-jcturalaaT.
S( J n.- i- O. 'J- ij(J 8iux
.a, Kuiu 3a, at ip. ut , rrlvu at At
ij.. L.t C it lu p ui. Tu.li.oo Jua4 rnliLTU
. iiiiuiuil 3uud and Mjujjy
t., j j 1 Ion, Ai.iiUL Cu J 4i
t-wi-J 1 -Vib iiwUi I-T'i' fJ.i). i
SKTIUSIASTIC 6AT1SRIN8 OF TBE
ORDER OF RKKABim,
Aimewsttn Afilare With Itetl MctiH ami
Btmn tMmlte Stirring Ad
rlreeees The Kntnre neenn
drove or the Oonntrr,
Amcoittft wm ablafc with temrwr-
iw enthusiasm, red lights ami Itotnan
cmHlM ltttt night. ?slem Tent, Xo.
1IM, IndeTWdent order of IlcchaWlea,
wm tire cause of the commotion. The
larjre ami magnificent temperance tent,
which has been located In that town,
wae In charge of Salem Tent last night,
and how well they conducted It no one
b.t those present can tell.
At 8 o'clock the memders of Salem
Tent, No. 154, Anncoatla Tent. No.
18, and Capitol Tent, No. 19 (Junior),
met on Jackson street, ami, preceded
by mnic, marched down Monroe stree,
to Harrison, up Harrison to Polk, up
Polk to Jackson, down Jackson to Fill
more, up Fillmore, to Pleasant, down
-Pleasant to Monroe ami down Monroe
to the temperance tent, where they took
charge of the meeting.
Messrs II. Mllstead, W. W. Cortlell
ami T. W. fcolt were the committee on
sneakers: Messrs. J. V. Cloey, 11 S.
Psdeett and Hanson Hench were ushers,
and Messrs. J. T. Harrison ami II. Knox
were the manuals.
Mr. Mllstead called on Past High
Ileprescntatlve W. 1). Marche of Cam
mack Tent, No. GO, to lead the congre
gallon In prayer, after which he opened
the meeting with a few preliminary
remarks, In which he asked If there
were any who belonged to the Inde
pendent Order of Hechabltes of North
America In the audience, and he nlao
Inquired If there woreanv wlio claimed
allegiance to the Independent Order of
Itechablles of Hajjerstown. lip then
Introduced Mr. George Giles, tho vet
eran llechablto of the Into Western
Tent, No. 103, who made a telling
speech, which was well received.
Itev George Howman, pastor of tho
AnacosllaJJaplIst Church, then gave nn
interesting talk, stating that ho would
uphold temperance work in every way
possible, and that those meetings In
Anncostta should do good.
W. M. Hall, grand visitor and lecturer
of tho Grand Tent nud n member of
Iliber Tent, No. 10, made one of his
usunl happy speeches, calling on nil
present to come out on tho right side,
and to do It now.
Mr. J. C. Lee, grand chief ruler, was
Introduced and made tho closing speech.
He said It might teem strange to some
ibat be did not have on tho grand chief
ruler's regalia, but ho wished to say
that bo was not to blame for that, ns ft
liml been stolen upon his being elected
to his present position. He continued
his spctch for some time, tolling anec
dotes and pointing out ninny reasons
why it man and why a woman should
unite with the tern penmen workers In
pultlrg down the saloon. The meeting
cloud with tho bentdlcllon by Ilev.
"Anscoslla Is undergoing a wonder
ful temperance revival," said Grand
Chief lluler Lee lo n CniTic reporter,
"acd If Old Probs will only let up long
encueh to let us have one genuine, red
hot meeting. If all the rain in the cloud)
were to be turned loose upon in It
could not stem the tide we would set In
motion. As to the Hechabltes. they
are nourishing, we lmc about 150 In
Anacoatla and they are getting new re
cruits every day. Why, my boy. In
less than five yeaia Anacoatla will be
the Ocean Grove of this country. It
w III be a centre for camp meetings and
temperance wotk. ami you can sav that
the Hecbubtiee here will help to bring
Ibat about. I want to praise Tiik Clinic
for Its full leports of our doings, which
I veiy gratifying In com pur Urn with
the two line notices of certain so-called
pa pen of the people."
A MUSICAL PRODIGY.
A four-Veiir.OI. I Uhllil Who riays
the Orcan Correctly.
HUH lDl.)S)dalta tkt PhUmUliAia TUti.
ThU quiet town has been suddenly
startkd by the development of a baby
musician named Lydla Welch, a child
of oaly 1 years. Her father is John H.
Welch, the leading druggist of the
town and superintendent of the Metho
dial Sunday school ami leader of (he
choir In the same chureii. Some few
months ago this child showed a wonder
ful talent for singing. People n-Malag
the bouse humming pojmlar airs were
observe! by her, and the next day the
people were surprised to hear their airs
reproduced In an Infantile vole. The
child had but to bear a tune oace before
she could reproduce It without a single
Oely a short lime ago she had a severe
attack of diphtheria, and. to the great
regret of parents aad f rkftds, she lost
all her former locliaalloa to slag. Hut
what waa tbe surprise of bar friaad
when they discovered that all her vocil
powers bad suddealy Watt tltracWad ialo
aaotber ekiuael. and fro that tiaw ia
slrutfewatai music begaa to ialereal her
ia a woaderf ut degree.
'I be only musical instrument that Mr.
Wekh bad about the house was aa
orgau, aad upnst this oae day did Use
Utile oae begin lo play sosae tuae aba
bad heard ber father sing. Sooa the
people tearaed of tbe ebUd s woaderful
power, aad every eveaiag a crowd as
amUrd upoa the sidewalks adjoining
Use bouaa to bear ber perform.
1 1 is moat ialerettiag to watch this
little midget, with bar Uay baads upon
tbe keys aad feat scarcely reachiag the
(WCUtU, play ail tbe popular airs aal r
Mcdueteg aay tuae, evea tie wost
aisskult, alter oaoe hf&riaa; it oer
foiiued. Aay asudc oace buauaad or
whittled ia her presaaee fat reproduced
upoa tbe orgaa. Tbe whole towa to
proud of this uiuaical prodigy aad tbe
pascals delighted, while at tbe same
toss tbey ate somewhat sUrUed at tbe
aJaWstt auparbuaaaa takat displayed by
this precocious child, who docs aut yet
kju?w bgjr aboubjet.
An liteu'i Will.
trim Uu MkMtmU kVlteaw.
ba bsat will ajad lasasiaWst of tba laae
Vmt. aVassMsel Haai yoale bas baesi Aied
is) tkw Tttirlte Qfljb2a ajad psobaVlad. iUs
taiaic b) divided batwsaw bis datu biers,
tbe pr Ofwrty of tbe SiarekuiiUr bsnf left
to oae of ttvaae. Mr. K K hwytbe. with
ska obHgattoa o br part ta pay ber
btslarg IStai per dau ot of tbe revc
sue at-eruiug Uunfrouj. Should the
SkiirthuULur be aold, tk protet-da of the
hate Lie u be divided between tbcae
Ur. But tbe ttaUtor expreaaes a
wiab and a ttfomsatsidslioa that bla
ua in lw, Mr Stay tbe, should lu&iluu..:
tbe ShuttkuiiUr, wbkb be etituat.4 tu
be worth abotU fltt.ttUs) yeax Tuc
will sjiada follows "It aay of the
sswsisbie vagajbofida wiab to pay back
isjpw t&e aaiaae tbe vast aeaottat wbicb I
tost by sxdocsisjc, tbe auioiurt U to be
jrm (as (Mmm Mm.
Judge bt is your bualswaa?
Crbiiaal I ap coaaected witklbe
Tudui. lu what way '
trutukal L ivb u
CRAZED BY THE SON'S 6LARE.
A Man Is Held Pwt In the MM Till
Tin (fe Mm!,
ftvn tht Pirn Tmrk Jnmat.
Aaron Tya, a resilient of Glotictttoi,
V. J., ltm had a thrilling erpetlemt
tmtt will no doubt result In his death.
He wm found label? firmly Imbedded
atom the banks of the Little Timber
Creek In the black clay ami mnd, wilh
the water within two Inches of hrs
chin. He had been In that position for
abtntt eighteen hours, unprotected from
tbe rays of the sun
He waa discovered about 10 o'clock
In the morning by a boy who was wan
detlng along the banks of the creek.
Hie attention waa attracted to the man
by hearing a splashing In the water. At
first he was oi the opinion that It wa a
turtle, so he armed himself with a stick
ami rtroceeded cautiously to where the
object lay, when he was rrearlv fright
ened out of his wits by seeing the
head and face of a man In the water.
The nolte he had heard bad been made
br the motion of the man's arm.
He ran for assistance ami brought
two nelehbors, ami they waded to where
the young man was and endeavored to
release him from bis predicament. This
was no easy task. lie was firmly Uehl
down by tbe mud, and It required the
united efforts of both men to release
He was taken ashore, when It was
found that bis experience had Unbal
anced bis reason nnd caused total blind
ness, although bis eyes appeared all
right. He was removed to the Citv
Hall, where an effort was made to re
store his reason. He repeatedly ut
tered : "I am all covered with lee. Let
me He down. I am so tired. I don't
want to sec anything." A suit of
clothes was procured nml everything
done to relieve his mind. Medical at
tendance was procured, but there Is
very little hope for his recovery.
It Is supposed that he wandered to
the banks of the creek tbe previous
afternoon, ns bo was seen In the vicinity
at the time. After he got Into the
tnnrsh ho was unable to ex tr lento him
self, and It was only by nn accident
that ho was not drowned br tbo tides
during the night. His terrible strug
gles at the time bo was Imbedded In
tho mud, nnd the scorching rays of the
sun, were the causes of bis reason being
Miss Ucflchplum -What nro tho wild
Sir. Inlgo "I wonder why on earth
tliocc people In bathing suits don't oomc
In- 1 fancy;
Hpend Sunday nt ttie Hhoro.
l.xpreee leaves u. A, o. ilepot Balunny,
Augustus, 4 p. m. Arrive Atlantic City
10 p. m. lEound trip &8.G0, good three
Save Your Hair
BYntlmelyuseot Aycr'a Ilulr VlRor.
ThU preparation lias no equal im a
dressing. It keep the scalp clean, cool,
nnd healthy, and preserves the color,
fullnest, and beauty of the hair.
" I wni rapidly becoming bald nnd
ry ; but after using two or three
utiles of Ayer'n Ilulr Vigor my hair
grew thick nud gIoy and the original
color was restored." Mulvlu Alilrkh,
Canaan Centre, N. if.
" Some time ago I lo-tt nil my hair In
corwtpieuce ot iiieasleK. Altar due
waiting, no new growth ApHMued. I
then used Avar's Hair Vigor uud my
lift I r grew
Thick nnd Strong.
It has apprtrently come to stay. Tli
Vigor is evidently a great aid to nature."
J. II. Williams, l'loreivlllo, Tttxa.
"I have used Ayer' Hair Vigor far
tbe past four or live years and flud it a
most satUfactory dressing for tbe hair.
It U all I could desire, Ix-iiig harmless,
eaiHlng the hair to retain In natural
color, and requiring but a small quantity
to render the hair easy to arrange."
Mrs. M. A. Ilailey, 0 Charles street,
" I have been using Avar's Hair Vigor
for several years, ami believe that it hai
caused my hair to retain It natural
rotor "Mrs- It J. Kmg, Healer ill
Dry Goods, &c , IluliopvilU, Md.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., LoweH, Mast.
SoU by UmggUH 4 1'sclutasts,
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
For improved aad eeoaomle
cookery, use it for houpi, haiieex
aad Marie ItUlira. Iu Savor, -comparable,
and dissolves perfectly
clear la water. Makes lUlkious
Baaf-Tea and Utjt in all tUmaln
for any length of tltua. I lb equal
to 40 lbs of lean beef. Oaly sort
by Juaiu von Lie
lag aad bears hie
sigaasure lu blue
Allay a miIu
llaata IU aorcs
hamaa or 'Iuat
uiut Swi II.
TBY TU2 CIBB
A pariiL.v s iit.l.iU loioijch g jtitil aaJU
ama.Ui hrlce M lkuIi at Drui-ti. by
BtU. reguUreU iAiniiU i.LX MLOIMMji,
5o Warren i cw Yuri
GraxJ U, r.gbt and Square
SoaotaJ alUwUuo ut iiucUaera U LaviUjd
"KVW JTUTIC aVYttb, "
stsuahed Ut designs) of
-sueaSat Moosunvf aa.-
ViaJiM 9QV Wit"
aaootidaaAd ruuwa at Ail fttoes,
Wm.Kkabb & Co.,
817 Maxaet Space.
m n1 iiiii
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice.
Etchings, Engravings Wafer Co'ofs,
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Special attention paid to Framing, neglMIng, Moving and Doling ricturoi and Mirrors.
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH
1 Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc, Washington,
j 334 south side Water St., West Washington,
James B. Iiambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Cheapest Fuel in the Maiiet.
Great Reduction in the Price of
Taordrtordua oarUrgs Mm will
4llr wsill furUutr BdtiM tHHt osalUr OOKK
far dasssslle purpose at tktt (ouowlatf LO V
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, $3.30.
LK QUICK AMD QBT TBI BSKKitT OF TH8
Xxclusiv Aau WasksaglaB BsiHrfit
WA SsfKMsA tt 9, Ws
Tvaesftk assi WatM att w.
Tkstsl ai I sis a w.
VIM 9 ava a w.
UUTKUJJ.HU JtmtTAVMA. XT.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
teat aal Vmim Uwmm k the atsr. ba-
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sVrmy sl Ujury WsTntsjajwyrtssTi.
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Photographs zni All Pictures In
Abb KINDS 0?
on Any Kind of
Cbartred.Tr Sftel At of Ceagrsss,
JANUARY 3, Wf.
SAFE !KEEPIHG OF VALUAlLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN VOi BUM8U4H AND HRa-POOP
ftirsnhixl Is Ha nSS-MsOO? INHUBW,
N. E. 6. litb Stmt ui New Ywk ive.
QWOsMTK B. S. TRJtAWJRy.
tlWiCS BOUB8.SA.M TO P.M.
44 1MB irtU aivus ba,v buontif ui acntd.
swmmin ws"'m wtwi. 'm
mm imnisns snsus-
ww. u. asU-f ca
Wd yl ttU BssttlsWS fast
UJWtCJL lvil P iCorcoraa BoiKttls)
Y4JU urmt s.ud Uoi avd
I ceres Biy
A LUMBER YARD
We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
Come Up and
The owner has extended our time a
short while. Our customers reap the
benefit. The Lumber must not be
moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND.
A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
LIBBEY, BITTKR & MILLER,
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BO ILERS, $
HAKE TEi 02 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove for summer usp, as the In
stant the cooTdng is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
BUY TOTJR TIOKS AUD 1AJLH38
"jsz nsr jtii jee3 o si x s,
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO I
Get Our Present
1 . 1 5 and $ 1 .50.
ill 10 OB 15 KIHDTE3,
GREAT FALLS ICE COMMIT.
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wlrtfwale ami Retail Dealers la
0r Wans R8 to All rarta of tho CHr,
Inehrtlnf Mount Flmtant
CALL8 3ffi, 37t and Cm.
M Dot for (lie White Wagons I
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest, j
IXraMe Traek. PplendM Scenery.
Sleet HfilH. MsKnlfleent Banlpment.
In effect May Illh.lSW.
Trains leave Washington, Irom atatlon. cor
ner of Sixth and II streets, as follon-s:
Fen rmwiOTs and tbe Weit, ChleaKo Limi
ted Bxprees of rnllman VMtlbole CaM at
W a m dally; Fast Mne, 10 SO a m dally to
ClileaKO, COfumbtu and St Louis, with
s!??I'5.0?rs from narrlhnruto lndltnan
olw, rittshnrs to Colambui; Altoona to
Chleasro. tt. Lonls. Chicago and andnnatl
Express, S .10 r m dally Parlor Car Wash
leaton to Himijbnrjr, and sleeping Cars
IlarrlsbnrR to St. Ixral. Chloajo and tln
ctanatLaiid l)lnln CAr natrlsbnrs tost
Inls, t Men iro and Cincinnati. Western Kt
rcees, at 7.4 p m dally, with Sleeping rars
Washlneton to Cliloaco and 8t Louis, con
neetlDit dally at Harrlsbnrtr with through
Sleepers for Louisville ami Memphis mill
man Dlnlnr Car nttsburR to Richmond and
thlcaeo. raolflo Kxpres.io.oo nm dally,
f or Flttsbure Bnd the West, with tbrotiuh
Sleeper to ruttbarKand ritUburs to Chi
cairo DALTIMOnB AND POTOMAO IUILI10AD.
Fon Rank, Canandalsua, Itoehester and KU
Bgara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 a m.
Fon EniK. Canandaletia and nochester dally:
fcr liufTalo and Mapara dally, except Sat
urday, 1000 pm. with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Hochosicr,
Fon Wiu.tAMsronr, Lock Itaren and Blmlra.
at 10 to a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon WittlAMsronT, dally, 3.00 nm,
F?.1,r!,,U,Af,.r"IA,.Ncw York Rn,l ho Hast,
7.0, 9 00, 11 (0 nnd 11.40 a m, 3 10, 3.15, 4.30,
5.40. 10.00 and .11 sp pm. On 8unday?9.00,
lM.? Pi? ,0- 1,s., ,0 00 and 11 p vt.
Limited Express of ltillman rarlorCars
9.40 a m dally, except Sunday.
Ton New Yohr only, Limited Express with
Mining Car, S 00 p ra dally.
Fob rniLAnELriiiA only. Fast BxpiessSlOa
mweckilaTs and 4pm dally. Expross
Sunday only, S 40 pm
Fon Boston without chanffo, 3.13 pm ovory
Fon PnooKtm. N. Y., alt through trains con
nect nt .Irrjoy City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, arrordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street, aroldlngdoublo ferriage across Now
Fon As lantio Citt, 11.40 a m week days, 11 30
Fon OAt.TiMOns, 0.38. 7.80, R.I0, 9 CO. 0 W. 10.0(1.
10 50,11 C0andll40a n, 12.05, 3 lO.S.lS J.-w!
4 00. 4.20. 4 30. 5 CO. 5.40. 0 no. 7.40. to. nn ami
ll.SOpm. On Sunday 9.00. 9 05, 10..V). 1 1. w
S AiSf 3-,? 3W- w- B.W. .W. 0.00,
7.40, 10 ooand 11 ao p m.
Fon rora's Creiik Like, 7 20 a m and 4.M p m
dally, except Sunday. '
Fon AnNAroMs, 7.80 and 9.00 a m, 1J.05 nnd
4 K p m dally, except Sunday. Sunday.
VAS1HNC1T0N BOUTHBIIN HAtLWAY
In effect Jlay 11th, 1890.
Fon Alxxamiihia, 4 30, 053. 7 45, 8 40, 0 15,
10JI7 ft tn. 13 01 niK)n,S.05, 3 SO, 4.KS, 4 55, 8.01.
8 OK, lO.OAnml llJOpm. On Sunday nt 4 30.
7.43, 9 13 10.57, a m, 3.30, 8.01, 8.N and 1 J.93
AtcovxotATio!t for Quantlco. 7 15 a mand
lispmwtok-dsy. 7.45nm Sundays
FoHlliniSioMunnd tbe South, 430 and 10 37a
in dally. Accommodation (M p in week
days. TiuiMslcare Alexandria for Washington. 4.03
7 IJ). 8 to. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m: I 3. ,1 09, 3J0.
6.io. nrs. 7.08 9.so. io s; and uos m
On Sunday at 9.10 ami 11.07 a m; 3.00. 5.10.
7.08. 7 39.9 30 and lU.37pm.
Tickets nnd Information at the oMco.
port he st corner of Thirteenth street and
l'rnnsylTanlu arenue, and at tho station,
where orders can bo U(t for the rhecklnxof
baggage to destination from liotels and resi
dence. ciiAf. e. ruoii. j. n. wood.
General Manager. Oenl. 1'ass. Agent.
Ilnltiinort) ami Ohio Jtnilro.id.
Schedule In effect Jane M, 1900.
Lavc Washington from station cornor of
ew Jerser arenuo and U street,
For IIiicaoo nnd Northwest, Vestlbulod
1 Imlled express dally 11 jo a m, express
9. so p in.
Fok Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis
expreM daily 3.K) oi.d 11.50 p m.
FoBl'iTTsBfBo and CleToland, oxprei dill
9 Warn and 8.10 p.m.
Fob Lixinuton ana points In the Shenandoah
Valley, ll.W) a m.
Fob W inchi.tik and way stations, t!,J0 p m.
Fob 1.1'iut, t3 M and S 40 p m.
Fob Ualtinobe, week days, 4 C8, 3 00, Ms
7JM. 7.tOi8.tO 4J-mliiUtes).8.wriS5U. (lt.oo!
13.00 45-mlnute) a. m, U.I0, 3.13 (3.50 45-
minutes). (1.13, 45-mlnutes), 3.35, 4.30, 4 10.
4 J UJ.0, 45-minutes). 5.30 0.00, 0.15. O.so!
7 W. 7JW, 8 36, OMt. 1050 and 11 JO p. m!
hundays, 4(5, 7.30. 7.30, S.0, 0 30 a m.
(1.G0, 45 rolBUtes) 1.00. 3.15, ,50, 45-mln
UtM) 3 3, 4.30, 4 St, 41.50, 45 minutes) 0.0V.
6.14, 8.30, 7.30, giviO.'. 11.30 p m.
Fob Wat stations between Washington anj
lUvItlsaore. SCO, B.36, 8.30 am., U.10,3 33,
a n, 4.W, ojw, 11JM p m.
TSAiks i-XAtK Haltinobk for Washington,
week d)s. 5.W, .30, 6.S0.7 15, 7.W.8JW,
M.30. 8 35, 9 to and 10.30. 10 a in.; 1100.
13.10. 3 10. 3 V, 3 50, 4 00, 4 15, 5.00. 0 00, (WO.
T.IO, 7 t. 8 JW. 8 30. 9 00. 10.10, 10.30 and ll.O)
pra. buudars 0 30. 7 15. 8 SO, 8,13. 9 1). 10 90,
W.6an.lW 1.05.310.839,4.13 5X0,B.W.
7.00. 7 30, 8.3, 8 30, 10 10, 10JM and 11.00 pm!
Fob AhKAtuus,ia and 8 JO a io., U 10 and
4 30 p m, Sundays. 8 a ra., 4 M u m.
UwteABaapuIN a.M, 8.37 a ra u 0&. , 3JU
V m. Sundays, 8 30 a ra.. 3.55 V m.
Fob bTATHtKs oi. the Ustropolltan Drain
t. id 39 a m . 11.15 p a. For priirtps-
statluiM oaly, W.W u. iu , tl.30 and tist
Fast Uccktillx ami Way Stations, tl 33 p m.
FimUAiTHKiuwoBaaBd iBterBwdlate po'uts
1S3.M.JI0W. tlUfla a., UM, ts.00,
Fob L'ovu'saud lateraiediate stations, 0
CuiiacH tbaib leay Washisgtoa on Sun lvr
atl 15 p m. Hopping at alt station! oa
F Fi.iuu( k. H.M, ttua, JJJO tn -a a m..
Sl.16. tS.80, t4.30 p Hi.
Pun DiusnTowM, 1 10.40 a m. aad t J 10 p m.
T'BAii.sABBiTilroai Cbleao dolly 11 ilara
aad 4.M pm; f rasa Cisviitiuiti aad bt Loa t
Jshy 3U a n aad 3 08 u : ln.m f ittsDor
7.W a h. 3.50 p m dally.
KKW YOKK FHILADBLFHIA D1VIST0H.
Pub Nsw Yobe, Trastosk Newark. N J . a-:d
LUsaUrtii, N. J , lot tiW. 19.80, lioj
ass. iS. J aad . p m Bari;t
rtitierCsrsoaaUdaytnUaji. (sleeping i ar
OH tsxi W 39 p n, Oiisu at 9.08 p k.
Fbb Fhuauuj'hu, !('(, rial, WOO. P00
MSS, l JU, i 50. a.15 aad W.30 p m.
Fob Jiswaiik, Del , WllwlBHtna and Cluster,
U, t00 a m, lii uuou, i5o, iU,
VtHt UrTBBBBIMATC Hume btwa Baitiinra
ad Phi mlMlptiiu. tt MO aad 7.a iu, t; ! j0,
Tmaim lea vi Vw York for Washing' on,
90. tU 38 a JO, 3.88, H X, HM p tu aal
13 15 ulxht.
Tiuumlxavk Ftdladelpbte lor WosUiczt--,
4 3. .1J. 8.14, UJ a m, tl W, 4-ji,
fo.lssmi.Uls) Bi. wkUi FssUsaan Bjfft
; cur riuusiak; trnr t B.i . i
taMMmnrs In 8. Jfc S. iluuu s ,
Fob atlatic Citv. 4J6 aad V.Vt am,l"i
aoua, Sundays, 4 94 a b. IK 00 u u l
FOK HAY HI lU 8.
WfSS UAT,9.U bi., I H 4.W p m S:i
days. 9 35 a h., 1.10, iu p h.
Lsa.vc Bah Bumb, weak day. (.89, iu, -,
8usdys, 8.09. 8 30 p m.
tlxeevt tend- DsOly. lioaday rcy.
MHWK efJjuM for M ckrMtksid irou L
ttU aad nsldcco by Unkin Tnwuter i . -a
orders left at ticket uffioo. 419 aud J i F.
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