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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDMIHDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1890.
The daily Critic
JjtoWrt examine their lovely rarlor 9nlte
Klther in Chrrr or solid
s for nil nnneasonawe (rood.
of earner that eannot he
nrloM which will sarnrlw
Ast to I shown tnoe Mld Oak BM
I fMtfJS. Sriwtv for in. Aho thelf fit,
, 01 soim ot Bsaroo sows.
ntres arc nil rto.ia. and Mil. no
M. ptaMC the OMWt fartfdlmn purchaser.
leMwsfor WMI Mperln for the nest
ot rem nwnnn,
II rtnrnHTnl V'- .
ISIS lo F treet fmrlhwet.
Ittottden's IttrtRrnrr, rtahy Cnr
tine, Ittc , Kre.
Tlrts responsible Install ment etabll ibmnnt
1st entrant- located at 930 and W Seventh
tweet BottBwet, and j now maHrax cat
3lrs on Fefrtfferatori, Baby CarrlM, and
M other line of ood needed tor the snm
MWt. (food sold on a cash basis; on lly
The fs'ntHmal Snfm Ieptttt Ottmrmny,
Ur. tilth St. ami N, Y. Avenue.
.gtBTSsrs .for St.rerware, Jewelry, Laeea,
nft went end mlnahles of all kind.
UMMM'l moderate Safe deposit bases tor
rant at tin rerr lowest rate.
THIS SR90LD BE INVESTIGATED.
Arrested In n Station llnn While
Ijenvlns; Itall for Friend.
Tt affairs In the Ninth precinct have
imbed rack a pass that a mtn cannot
go to the station hone and offer collat
eral for frtemls who hare been arrested
w Ithont being arrested.
Last nhtht tvro men were on their way
from a precinct In Georgetown when
they were arrested. Mike Heady, the
ptlte fighter, came In and volunteered
to gin the necesMty collateral when he
wae alto arrested. In Police Court this
morning Heady was charsed with ills
onlerly conduct In the station and inter
feting with prisoners. Officer I'ierson.
who made the arrest, and Officer Work,
Ills partner, testified that Heady was
boisterous ami noisy and told his friend;
not to give their names. For this he
wae locked up. Judge Mills promptly
Ilendy Insists that he Is minus $5 on
the collateral he put up. lie Insists
positively that he had $'4o ami gave one
of the ollkers f 0, but on the return
this morning It only showed up .is $15.
Officer I'Icrson says" there must be some
mistake about It somewhere.
Knlchts of I'jthlna Excursion.
Nelson Division. No. 2, of the Uni
formed Hank, Knights of Pythlis, will
Klve a grand excursion to-morrow to
Lceaburg, where the Loudoun Countv
Fair Is now In progress. The train
leaves the Baltimore and Potomac depot
at 9:10 n. m. and returns at 7.15 p. m.,
thus plvlng those who attend ample tlmo
to spend at the fair and return home at
nn early hour. The fare for tho round
tilpwlll be $1.15. children. 75 cents.
The occasion will doubtless lie nn en
joyable one, as the reputation of Nelson
Divlilrn ns hospitable entertainers and
successful managers of whatever It un
dertakes Is well known. Those who
nttecd will not only have the pleasure
of an enjoyable excursion, but be nble
to visit a Virginia county fair, a novelty
Vcrillttof Dcnth l'loin Muturnl Causes.
An Impiest was held at 12 o'clock
to day it the Sixth Precinct over the
body of Thomas Johnson, found dead
In the Kcklngton woods yesterday.
Henry Pfcifer and Henry Johnson
testified to seeing Johnson In the woods
Monday morning, and they supposed
he was drunk Coroner Fcliacffer ami
Dr. O. 0. Morris, who made an autopy,
testified that iltath resulted from con
gestion of the lungs, and the Jury re
turned a verdict to that effect. John
con's body was removed to Lee's un
dertaking rooms and the funeral will
take place from there, under the aus
pices of the Stone Cutters' Union.
'Will Wear a 1'rlia flume.
The Nation! Pesclbles had their
tcffll-annusl plume drill last night at
their armory in the Centre Market
building. Forty raeu were In line, In
command of Captain C. S. Homer. Cap
tain O'llrlea of the Ktnmet Guards was
Judge. Serjeant Kugene Crist was the
winner, and will wear the championship
black plume ami a gold medal for the
next six months, bergeant CreJghton
was second, Private Ciavln, third; Pri
vate Kolirt Itsrber, fourth, ami Corpo
ral K. Wartlell, fifth. The FenelbU
will aili-iul the Iattr Slate drill which
takes plaee at Atlanta during the Pied
I.ovr Kate to Hear Park unci Oaklaud,
Utuiag Use limw taatoa taa li. A O. K.
It. Co. will Mil excursion tickets (row
Washington to Df Park.. Mountain lke
Pstk said Oakland for th Friday night and
all Saturday UaliM each waek at rata ot
H tot ike round trip. The tickets will b
vanu tor rstura pi Mage untu loauy fol-
towUsr day ot
Ticfcets to BcrLley Spfings and Mtura
UI U aoiii uadw aiaallar condition to
U-tO tot Um round trip.
UreaklDc Up Ilia Oauiblloe C'lubi.
Majr Moose has now proou-4l
Iltuaclf kgaiost tn altaiH club and
.ambUng ie48 which exUl U Wms
inftost, and has give oif that they
tKikW W htk up. Already a suMber
ol lh) ulscs Wave hh raided, and
otkera wul either have to give up or
Mnnd the efr(quii. Kvideaen has
bet.ii aecuiMulating agaiat a good many
of tlMNu, ad is at the eosntaasat ot thi
Will Try Jdestlfv the ltadf.
A aWfitiat fsotn HaitiuaOM, who was
esnflftf ad hy CkaHes C. Adws and
wh Mitlasnaed rnsiiiiierabat work for
Una. wU cow hM to eiswine that
bHMI tiki aShat fotlSai dlOWSMat itt tia
ISHiiime, mi' ItotutuMi'a. IU aaya
llnavt )wt to finmtsinr wttk Aadsewa' tawU
Mil tiw AttbhSS. d i aSSnanW that, U
it k k4 body, thai he em heemtHy'u.
S Inf. tiseie Is ututk Uea-ifiaasjly
Be. StiskMW. Crow waa U Polk
Cutut Udi aaossvihg csuuged wttk uaiaff
iftttUm bMbu4 Uwlg Mr. Koy al
tint m ati towaMte Mr. Wkdte. rsm
waesMa ha the hwildiaw. Cww
lsnlalnnt ioc lMsnMcy ajed UAd tths Jwltts
he) was a Dtacliciaa- ukvaieUaL
Judfsi W1 "hH a isWaf 15.
As Inlsixllng Tatsv.
9ms Thutadaj to Utand Vark and
Umfr Fcny- Kocoaiualuo at cruwa
bM. Kir ikUt aoUiIc the aoblr tu a
vengnasi saaa. Byfnmn ft Tsab
tetjew B- O. 8taUua ach ThuradaJ
aM aetsUr i, at M a. as. Inawas
tcaw ns avaaee ai ma aa uu riaausjri-
WUJaaas C'ljaUJ was bawsad yeasac
Uy at at. feteahea's Chutea- TUi In
tf lUeUl ifffttf'fc teaMM aUMI QEtCUnUSti te tefcn
1 mmMm wMrlm tnaa laaaaVl W4attlm A. daattffk- !
a"ajn( iaaaeBnea eanai aeaeieeaei eBBaaaiaia aaf '!
lavatWriedUat fcad vhiie
lm sktahand aevM was aaceivei of ha
arffhtfati aa haaaaW o a
tat Thinaraalh ataetl. ana ha the
ygk f Hm YMt9 (limit iMs ryithna'
6. aiaaac aiaawty fw aoawa
enan, tas) we) haea leg ah ataab)aakNt
j SPORTING GOSSIP
THE STATED ISLAND REGATTA
ANH THE LOCAL CLUBS,
coLUMBiis m poroses mmd.
Tl Bsrt Mi New Aftatar
BflfWww a I JeIWK SOt
The Columbia ntd Potomnc clnris are
making grwtt prtpnraOons for tin Platen
Island tegatta, whfch takes place next
Monday. Tire distance it a mile straight
away, ami the tacnl teams have been
practicing atsMnonsly. Yesterday the
Potomnc eight went over the dlstince at
racing speed. No one knows the time
except their trainer, ami he had a smile
st the i oneltiston of the rowing that
sr oke volumes. Meanwhile the Colum
bia are not Idle. Trainer Courtney
has the crew out every afternoon, ami
those who can go out for practice dur
ing the motning. Twelve men are prac
ticing dally, and from these the eight
will be selected. The eight selected Is
as follows. Jannti, 8; Hagan, 7.
Christy, 6; Johnson, 5. Ilaker, I. Itur
bin, 3; Snyder, 2, ICenyon, 1; Smith,
coxswain. Four substitutes. Messrs.
Nnte, Shoemaker, Woodward and
Klder. will also go along, to be used if
necessary, but Trainer Courtnev will put
in the regular crew If It Is possible.
The team will go over on Saturday
nlehl and have their final practice spin
on Sunday afternoon, when they will
tow over the course to famfllarl.e
themselves with It. The race Is ex
pected to be a hotly contested one, and
it possesses additional local Interest by
HKASON OF TUB RIVALKV
between the Potomacs and the Colum
blas. This will probably be the only
mcctlnu of rcnresentatlvos from each
club during the year, and its outcome
will be watched with considerable In
Although the Columbia men have
little tlmo to talk about anything else
than Monday's regatta yet there Is con
siderable Interest taken In the approach
inc Amateur Athletic Union games,
which will take place on AnalosUn Isl
and In October. Many of tho Columbia
boys have entered for the various events,
and every clear doy they devote nil tho
tlmo they can to practlclnc and training.
Ssm King, tbo sprinter, will compete In
tliclOO, ZM ami 4 10 yard matches, and
Crist nnd Phil Drown will undoubtedly
enter the bicycle contests. It will be a
big thing for the Columbia Club to have
Ihu union meet here, nnd the members,
while striving to carry off the prizes,
will treat the visiting athletes so hospit
ably as to make llicin forget their ills
sfi olntmi Dts as prize winners.
THE COI.LMI1IA IJALt, CLUB,
a mk from Saturday, will Journev
t ut loNcw York to play the New Jef
fey Athletic Club team for the Eastern
hkinplonthlp of the Anutour Athlotlc
Union. Thu game will take place at
liar gin Point, and Manager SImmi
will have voung Kcyworth do the
pitching. The Jersey Club will ply a
return game here on the following Sat
urday, and the winner wilt meet the
crack team from the Detroit A. A.
Club for thu championship of the
TIIK WASHINGTON I.K MIL'S,
a sew amateur organization, was formed
last night. Delegates were present from
the Columbia Athletic Club. Mouut Vrr
nons. W. L I. C. Alert. Y. M. C. A.
and the C. C Snow Club The All-District
Club was subsequently admitted,
and those comprise the pick of the ama
teur talent of this city, although it is
not Improbable that the Kendalls and
Georgetown College team will be ad
mitted. The price ot admission to the
games will be fifteen cents, and none of
thu players will be allowed to no from
one club to another, during the soason,
ii n lis all the managers agree A tem
porary schedule was arranged for four
days. The season will be Inaugurated
by a game between the Columbia Ath
letic Club and the Washington Light
Not According to IIuIm.
A newsboy by the name of Edward
Kilgore and Lizzie Fleteher had a hand-to-hand
encounter in Swlnghammer's
alley yesterday afternoon. Lizzie was
following out the American ring rules
vi ry closely, and was gaining a decided
advantage over Eddie, when the Utter
pkked up a stick of wood and felled
the girl to the ground. The gill sm
taiaed a bad scalp wound, and had to
be takes to the Kmergesey Hospital,
Kllgote was locked up at the First Pre
la the Police Court to dsy the boy
was fined $10, sad in default Mat to Jill
for thirty days.
The work oa the Naval Orlaaace
pioviag ground at Indian Head has
coaaueacd, but is not advancing vary
rapidly. Bids were opened yesterday
fur the eoaatruetMW of frame bouses on
the grounds. A railroad about a tenth
of a sulk losig, for transporting the guas
from the wharf, will be built and
worked by hand. The work oa the
tieoebas, which are to be dug In the
sick of one of the hills and through
which Ike guas will be iked at the
bulls, baa auaady beea coatnaeBced.
Caataia Foiger, eidaf of the Ordnance
Bureau, is la charge of the work.
ObarcM Acalntt UMaafa.
Mias Ckaatal QarrHy, sasUiag at 1817
Tairiy-ifta stiet, has Ileal ebatgas
against Offices s Snyder aad Qett of the
peaie fete. Miss Qasttty alleges that
the offices have frequently had neiself
aad wrsahers of the faadfy arrested oa
trivial charges, aad have excited their
frieade and neighbors against thesa.
The aeaeiil charge is conduct unbecosa
iag oanccf .
KUtad Uy a faU.
Ytaswday aftesaooa about It o'clock
UJtcsaoa Biowa, a tntotad mm T
yean of age, ttviag at Ko. f7 Jactuoa
Dim aostheaAt, SAxasjnnsaatty sett atowaY-
atit nad auataanaai fatal taiusaaM. Of
nvannnpaeaa; aBaaaanav BBBaeenBBBBBfjBBai aeeaveaak ayafavasvavjH w
Leaih wa called U, but lis aatvieea
atsv the jefftdeat -inaf Cofosuts
skhaeaVr, who was aostied, gave a car
tieVnto of atchleaiai death.
VaMeel V tlae OSMCava.
Piter J. Duffy aM Chaiei
I rafffsrda, the Seveata ataat
heeaesa, wtse befoae Judge MiU thi
AesBoua ihaiged with heieaiaM a e-u-dny
bar fSttlirf Cahiu mJivM
yjygna gad they were both dnMMaaed-
Vtsa H iwaeasif a fnaeep t
wtL that keda." hW can, U hia
thieat ia large tHuiuirb aud the canaoabaU
not too huge- tits uucaaiua saaUj teeiut
wosthy of soma euoJtfaiiim. at ttew of
tawft atfeW Off flttaWant Uet Ida Dwjl wJeaVaaW Vf PaW
tnmUUV ttawawat fcHO tZ kwnCetCt tawlta. Iaw7.
1'sTlaasant rH4Sn r2&.Ttm&
arnr-cgatad luxeJy vagatabia, irerfectly
iuwnka, U jtaat, and ! treat.
rhrrkrd1i tin pri"nj.l mr of Ayer'S
Cherry Pectoral Krn in tho lttor
pfrimls of that ilnr-no, Iho rough H
Wotiderfitlly rchccd by thu mfdiuno,
" I have nod Ayr's Chf-rry Prctoral
With the Trt ffrr-ct lit my prartirp.
TWa wonnVrfnt preparation once saved
my life. I had a constant cough, night
stents, was greatly rcdnrfd in nVsh,
nd given tip by my physician. One
bwttre nmt a half of the Pectoral cnwil
me." A. J. Eidson, M. I) , Middteton,
" fteveral years ago I was sererply 111.
The doctors said I was in eonsnmpMw,
ami that they ermld do nothing for me,
bnt mivised me, as a last resort, to try
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After tftkm
this medicine two or three months I
was enrol, and my health remains good
to the preent day." James Ilirchanl,
" Several years aao, on a p.age home
from California, by water, I contracted
so severe a cold that for some dnvs I
was confined to my state-room, and a
phMcian on hoard considered mr life
tn itsnfrer. Happening 10 nave a nouie
of Aver's Cherry Pectoral, I nsed It
frcelv, and my Inngs were soon restored
tn a" lientthy condition. Since then I
hae invariably recommended this prep
aration." J. B. Chandler, Junction, Va.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer ic Co., Lowell, Mass,
Bold by all DrneeiDii Price fl.tlibottlei.tt.
Cheapest hie. in the Marked
Great Reduction In the Price of
to order to reduce our large (took we will
deliver until further not Ice bet quality COItK
for domestic purposes at thofoflowlDtt LO(V
25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75
25 bushels, crushed, $2.25.
40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50
40 bushels, crushed, S3. 30.
IK QUICK AND OKTTI1K PKNEFIT OF THE
Exclusive ARents Wahloeton Qallsht
Alto tbo Most Exteoslva Dealers la All
Kinds of 1'unillr Fuel.
1515 Seventh tt n w.
Thirty ieeoiHl ami V sts a w.
First aad N sti n w.
Twelfth sod Watsr sts a w.
1919 M st n w.
Third ami X its a w.
3011 K st n w. aul.lm
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
For Improved and economic
cookery, ute It for Soupi, saucer
and Jluile nuiiev. la flavor, in-
towparaOit, aad dissolves psrfeetly
clear la watsr. Makes delicious
Beef Tea and Itept (n all cli malts
tor any length of time. 1 8 equal
to 40 lbs of lean beet. Only sort
guarsnteed genuine jr-
by Justus von Lie- ( XS. . f.
Ug aad bears hU Jf"Z-Jif-4-
tlKMture la blue of
You A III Sate
RT THE "Ti
and wiu. CLRErHAY FEVER ft
A itlicleli api.ltcd lct.-caclin-vtrUand U
asrecable lr1oe. Ui cdts. at It uii-u, bv
uall,reici.-tfre'U00ren') ELY liKulllKHrf,
J Warren t , ew 1' tn
Grand, Upright and Square
Bbeolal attention ot purcnaean U lavltad
"tisw xtetamc stylbs."
yiassleaa ta Oaalaas ot
"BIAtlaVr DiOMUTtYS AKT."
nxxm torn, kkkt
Saoaadaaad Haaosa AUPrtaa.
Wm.Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
MWl M IW II -1 "l i.1'
1IOTKI.H JLHD MKSTJ.OUA.llTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
at TBsrTB SWtKW K. W.
Mast aad haseat Ijojuw at the aaty- tss-
Aaaay a4 Xay Hn4nsi iSff-t
VqsvIcm flat amaaaaa.
flODftiMei aagafMa ataasa
auwf. mmmu fa Avg
U WOOBMST. "tueriawr
avanx Cnw- nR. na
Take a p eep at our new line of Fall Overcoats; range of
prices from $to up.
Fall PiecG Goods of Foreign and Domestie
Manufacture are NOW ON SALE In our CU5
TOM DEPARTMENT, We would request
cur friends to call and examine goods and prices,
Leave your orders belore the rush comes. All
Custom Goods cut and made in this city.
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Notice, .-,
Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ors, Fhotjgraphs and All Pictures I
Slock Except Allotypes at
20 Per Cent. Discount.
Special attention paM to Framing, ReclMIng, MotIhr and Doxlng riotures anil Mirrors.
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AMD BLINDS,
Estimates FurnlshedJ'on Any KInd of
Coiner 7th st. and R, I. ave., Washington.
3034, south side Water St., West Washington,
James B. liambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Safe Deposit Co
ajbr tHeU At Ol COACtSaa,
m,x,wwtuu t - 8XOO.CMA
W W& rilULES,
REJfTiMfi Of SAf S,
smmm m-war maumm,
ttWQeamt B. S. WUUmUX.
OniCS alOUalSvSA.M TUU K.
all kinds 07
4a4 ju will SiWaJa have betaufuJ. Bread.
SSiel fut HAUU Wuoluaala Uepul, wi
MT Heat stiwot SJiil luduuiA avttaue.
WW. U. GALT & CO.
KeaaQeaaeaaate jUeal JeaBeaaaJeal SeaHallBett Itt
idhadlf Hi (mil's Cud CmL
WM'tM. PtMM W1M'
Y4Jatt: Ur.8at utMtlt
TUJtPitOeUL (Mtoe. UHi Tt4. K.
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. BiTTiNGER & MILLER,
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. VV.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $
HAKE TEA 03 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cotfklng is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest;
BUY TOUR TRTOKS AUD IAMESS
ng? TCT TET" "ET"
stL -L4 Jzj JzjLj
m gMreatk 8t X. W.,
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO I
Get Our Present
I .. 5 and $ 1 .50.
IN 10 OR 15 MINOTBS.
muA to (kUftUom' MaU.
T FALLS ICE
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
YlTwrsssreand Retsll Dealers la
On Wsuwrs bo to All rsrts of tho City,
CALM-SOB, 3Tt and MS.
MM fertile While Wagons!
KAir.no a ns.
The Great Pennsylvania Ron to
To the North, West and Southwest.
Dowbre Trsck. Splendid Scenery.
Steel rlsll. MseilArent Kqnlpmest.
tn effert May 11th, Vm.
Trslos letre WMhlnaton, 'rom ststlon. cor
arr of sixth ami fl streets, a follows.
Ton rtrrWM snd the We.t, riilraeo Limi
ted Hspress of Pnllman eMlbnlof4Mst
a m dslly; Fat Line. 10 50 a m daily tn
Chlcairo. tyfnmbns and St Louis with
Mwplnr Cars from narrlbnr)tto lndlansp
HJ. Mttshnnt to Oolamhn.; Alfoons to
CMesro.fct.Lonl!i Chicago and Clnrinnstl
Kxrxess, 3 30 r m dally Parlor Car Wash
Jrion to Harrlsbnrif, and siceplnu tars
IlarrlslmrR to St. Lonl, Chicago and CIn
etnnatl, ami Dlnlnr, Car narrhbnrr to St
Inls.t lilcaro and Cincinnati wetprn Bx
Rress, at 7.ts p ra dally, with sleeping cars
Wasblngton to chloago and st Ionl. con
neetlDK dally at Harrlsbnrjt with thraanh
Sleeper, for Lonl.rlllennd Sleraphls rml
man Ulnlrg far Pltt.hnrn to Richmond and
Chicago. IMclHc Kxprw, 10.00 pm dally,
for Plttsbtire and the West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg and rittiburg to Chi
BALTlMOrtR AND POTOMAC HAILIIOAD.
Pon Kanf., Canandalgtta, ttoche(er and Nl
agara Falls dally, except Snnday, 8.10 a m.
Fob -Enit Canandaleua and IlochCTter dally;
fcrllnltaloand Klatara dally, orcept Sat
unlay, 10 oo d m. with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to rtocheter.
Ton Wm.tAMronT, LocX Haven and Elmlra,
at 10.(0 a ro dally, except Sunday.
Fob Williamm-crt, da'ly, 3.30 pm.
Fon rHiunstrHiA. NewYotk and tho East,
7.0, 0 00 11 lOSBd I1.40a ra, 8.1ff, 3.15, 4 w,
5.W. 10 00 and 11.30 pm. On Snnday.B.oo,
11.40 a m, 2.10. 3.1S, 4 so. 10 oo and 11 p u.
Limited Express of I'tillman Parlor Cars
9.40 a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon New Youk only, Limited Express with
Dining Car, S 00 p m dally.
For PntLAPELrntA only. Fast BxpteMSIOa
m week-days and 4pm dally. Express
Sunday only. 8 40 pm.
Fon UoiToN without cbango,3.t3 pm ovary
For rnooKtTK. N. Y., all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Ilrooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street avoiding double terrlago across New
Fon Aiumtio Cirr, 11.40 a m week-days, 11.30
Fon IULTlMone, 6.33, 7.80, S.10, 9 00. 9.10, 10.00.
10.C0.11 COand 11.40a n. 1105, s 10, 3.1S 3 30,
4 00, 4 SO, 4 30, 8 (0. 3.40. 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 and
11.20 p m. On Sunday O.oo. dot, io.ro, II. w
a m, 8,10, 3.13. 3.10, 4.01', 4 SO. 8.O0, 8 10, 0.00,
7.40, lonoand It 80 pm.
Ion Porx'a fnxiK Like, 7 20 a m and 1.30 p m
. dally, except Sunday.
IorAnnai-oli. 7.S0 and 0.00 a m, U.C3 and
4.wp m dally, except Sunday. Sundays,
9.00 a.m and 4. so p m.
WASHINGTON 80UTHKIIN UAILWAY
In effect .May 11th, 1890.
Fon Alexandria, 4 30, oss, 7 43, 8 4", O.tJ,
WX a m, is ot noon, 2,03, 3 30, l.8, IM, 6.01.
8 0S, 10.08 nnd 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 1 30,
7.43, t 13 10.37, a tn, 3.30, 0.01, 3.02 aud 10.03
Accommodation for (Jimntlco, 7.13 a maud
48 pm week-days. 7.43 a tn Sunday
For 11k iimonii nnd tho South, 4 no and 10.37 a
m dally. Accommodation 1.83 p ra week
days. Train leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.03
7 3, 00. 9.10. 10.13. 11.07 A m; U-0. 3.00, 3.80.
8.10. 6 05. 7.08 'J.0. 1037 nnd 1103 p m
On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 2.00. 3.1 '.
7.0S. 7.. 9 SO ami lu.37 n m .
Ticket and Information at tho office
Dortbean corner of Thirteenth street and
Peuntylvanla avenue, and at tho tatlon,
wheroordcracan Uf led for the checking of
Iwagaue todMtmatlou from hotels and resi
dence. ciias. e. ri'on, j. n. wood,
Oenersl Manager. Qenl. l'ats. Agent,
Ilaltimore anil Ohio Railroad."
Sehedule In elfeet Jano 30, ISM.
Leave Waihlngton from station corner ot
ew Jerter avenue and C street,
For CmrAbo and Northwest, Vcstibulod
Limited expreM dally 11.30 a m, express
For Cincinkati, St. Louis and Indianapolis
oxpres daily 3.J0 and 11.30pm.
For l'iTTntifiu and Cleveland, oxpren dill
9 so am and 8.W p.m.
For LixixfaToit and points la tho Shenandoah
Valley, U.io a m.
I or inchhtmi and way stations, t!,30 p m.
For I.l'bat. tSJO and S.40 p m.
Fon Ualtimohe, week days, 4 OS, 8 00, 6 .33.
7M 7JO18.0O 43-mlnUtea), 8.30, 4.30, (11.00,
lc.CO 43-mInula) a.m, 14.10, .15 (.'.W 43
mluute), (S.18. 4S-mlDUtes), 3.33, 4 .20, 4 30.
4J (U0, tS-mlnutes). 3.30 6X0, 0.13, 6.9)!
7.10. T JO, 8 38, 9.30. 10 JO and 11 30 p. m.
Sundays, 4 08, 7.30. 7.30, 8J0, 9 30 a m.
(1 CO, 46 minute.) 1.00. 3.13, (iw, 43-mla
utas) 3 as, 4., 4 K, (1.39, 43 minutes) e.0o.
6.18. B., 7.30, 8.3M0.3. U 30 p m.
Fan Wat Statiom between vvashingtoa and
laltlore. s.OO, ., S.30 an., UMO.Sja,
4 K, 6 w. 11.30pm. Sundays, ti 30 am., 1.W,
TsAiks leave Ualtimohe for Washington,
wik days. S.W, S.S0, 6.30.713, 7.J0.S.00,
8JU. 818, 9.30 UBd 10 90. 10.33 am.; l.'.OO,
1C.10. 10, .X. JW. 4 00, 4.13, 3.00. 0 00, SX),
?.C, 7. JO, 3.), 3.30. 9 00. tO.10. 10 JO and 1 1.00
ti m. Sundays. 6 30, 7 IS. 3 30. tU3, 9.39, 10.30,
I0.S6 a BU 1st 00. 1 08.4 10, '.'M, 4.11 5.CO.0.-J0,
7.00, 7- 30, 8 . S.30, 10 10. 10 JO and 1 1.00 p ml
Fob At.MAtvLM.S38 and 8 30 a in., 1." 10 and
4 30 p in. bBday. 8 so a m-, 4 t! p m.
Lae AauapalU, 6 33, tf.37 a m., U 05, 3A
pm. Sundays, 8.39 am.. 3. 55nru,
For tTATHi ou the Slotropolltaa Brano
t.ai. 30 a m.. 1.15 p m. For prliclps
statlous ouly, tW.W a m.tl.w and tl.5.
For Hockvillz ami Way Stations, tt 33 p m.
FwROAiTuiksacHuaad laterioedlate py'ut
r9.a,ioa, tiu'ea m.. tlo, tj.oo, .33
r.44, iM.00, tUMpm. '
Fob l!n u's aud iNterBwdlate stations, 9
Church tbaih laavas Wahlutoa on SunlA
atl is pa., ttopplBK at all stations on
FAKFatiiiitUK. t8U. IW.30, 30 tit 30am.,
tl.lt, M J0.tl.30pm.
Fihc IlASSaatowti, tlO.49 a ta. and t J.30 p m.
Tbaiks arrive I roas Chicago daily 11 13 am
aud 4.W p m; from Ciiurwuati aad st Louis
OaUy S.ti a m aad Ut p m; Irum l'itt:burrf
7. W a . J.Mi l m dally.
NEW YOSK 4 PHILADELPHIA DIVISION.
Yo New York, Trantos. Newark, N J and
lUxabaik N. J , 1U6. trtuo, WW), liu)
au nttt, t.M aud 101U p m Buffet
Parlor Cars oa all day trains. Sltttplaiar
ou tkv WJ p m, eaB at 9.oo p m.
M PUtLAIUNLriUA, 1 OS, t 00. '10.00. 100
uoou, 1.80, M.M, d. aud '10 39 p m.
For Newark. 1m1 , WlhsdRiitoa and Chester,
tits, tM a u, imon, .'W, i.W,
FMi ikasuutaUATK WMkis betwean Bait mora
aad miisaalphis, tt 69 aad jT.JO a m, t.' 'J,
Tiuiks leave Ksw Yoik for Washlagta,
90i.Ul.39 a sb, ., , JOopaiaai
TKALMUBAtE PaUadaJplda tor Washington,
4i. s.U, ., lLTa m, tl W, i u,
Ym Burtttk. M b as. wsth Pullmaii Burlot
UtoajsTSBg Oar iiuudsuc txuub to Boitoa
wklweU vtwtBaW. via nMMStkaauaia Bridge,
IsJLSWlsT tnssesmers la 1. 31. stltij ot
Itait AT1-AA.TAC t'lTT.
aad lo.oo am, !' co
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. Sunday, IN SB.
Waojt SATs, 8.18 a u. 1J0. 4.-0 p m S.:-x-
days. 36 a m., 1 30, 3 It m.
LSAts Bat Biuuc. waok days. 6 30, C 13 p ra.
stuswsays, a.(s), S J9 p m.
tlxcept Sunday. l)alljr San lay only.
Baasge called for aud ilimki t Ifailii-tt-Isand
itiidincs by I'uiou lix -kri . oa
order let t t ticket umocs, fcijuut l.a Pa.
i e aad at de-pot
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