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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13.1S90.
NEWS OF THE LODGES.
WHAT IS DOING AMONG TI1K CITY'S
Coinlnc Notnlilc atnsonlc Celebration In
lnUIinore Calendar for the "Wcolt
Conferring or Degrees Items of Inter
est to Itcclinbltcs nnd the I. O. M.
The following -Masonic bodies meet upon tho
evenings of the ensuing week:
Lodaes. Mnsonic Temple Dawson No. 10,
Monday, 1-Hlr, National No. 12, Tuesday, 15th;
Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday,
lGth: La Favctto No. 19, Thursday, lTth; Leba
non No. 7, Friday, IStli.
A. A. S. 1!. Sanctuary, 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Osiris, U. D., Wednesday, lGth. Blue
Room: Arminius No. 25, Monday, 14th: Colum
bia No. 3, Wednesday, 10th.
Mnsonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 18th.
Mnsonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast
Naval No. 4, Thursday, 17th.
Masonic Hall, Brlghtwood Stansbury No. 24,
lioyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple Mt.
Vernon No. 3, Monday. 14th; La Fayette No. .",
Tuesday, loth; Columbia No. 1, Wednesday,
Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue Mount lloreb No. 7, Thursday,
Masonic Hall, Virginia avenue southeast
Washington Naval No. 4, Tuesday, loth.
Commamlcrics Kninhts Templar. Masonic
Temple Columbia No. 2, Friday, ISth. ,
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3,
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite. Sanctu
ary, 1007 G street Mithras Lodge of Perfection,
Lebanon Lodge No. 7 will confer the first de
gree Friday evening.
Hiram Lodge No. 10 will confer the second
degree Friday evening.
Arminius Lodge No. 25 will confer the second
degree Monday evening.
Dawson Lodge No. 16 will confer the third
degree Monday evonins:.
Columbia Lodge No. 3 will confer the third
degree Wednesday evening.
Washington Centennial Lodge No. 14 will
confer the first and second degrees Wednesday
Mount Horeb Chapter No. 7 will transact rou
tine business at the convocation of Thursday
Subscribe for The Sunday Herald 20c. per
mouth, delivered at your residence early Sun
La Fayette Lodge No. 19 will confer the third
degree Thursday evening. A special was held
Wednesday evening last for the first degree.
Osiris Lodge, U. D., will have all the degrees
due at the communication of Wednesday even
ing. The third will probably be worked, how
ever. Natioual Lodge No. 12 will coufer the first
degree Tuesday evening. At a special com
munication held last Tuesday evening the third
degree was worked.
Stansbury Lodge No. 24 will confer the third
decree Monday cvenlue;. The report of the build
ing committee relative to the plans for the new
hail will al60 be made at this communication.
Columbia Chapter No. 1, having conferred
the Royal Arch at the special convocation last
Wednesday evening, will work at the stated
convocation Wednesday of this week the first
of the Capitular degrees, the Maik Master,
upon a class of candidates.
The building committee of Auacostia Lodge
No. 21 have been authorized to proceed in the
erection of the new hall for the lodge, the plaus
for which have been already approved. The
structure will be of three 6tories, with basement,
aud will be furnished with all the modern im
provements, inclusive of steam-heating appa
ratus. The building will occupy the site of the
present hall, and will cost about $12,000.
Mount Vernon Chapter No. 3 will probably
confer at the convocation to-morrow evening
the Royal Arch degree. At a special held Mon
day evening last the Past nnd Most Excellent
were worked. The M. E. II. P., Johu M. Mc
Kinney, will endeavor to render the convocation
of to-morrow evening extremely interesting,
and desires, through the aid of "Tun Sunday
Heuai-d, to extend a fraternal invitation to all
Royal Arch Masons to attend.
Potomac Commandery No. 3 will transact rou
tine business Wednesday evening. The com
mandery has accepted tho invitation to attend
the centennial of Maryland Commandery, of
jiaiumore, -Mayo, anu win go as a commandery.
In the last issue the fact that Potomac Com
mandery accepted the invitation of Columbia
Commandery and attended divine service with
them on Good Friday evening was inadvertently
omitted. The commandery was present, with a
large number of swords In line, and attracted
much attention by their excellent marching and
Columbia Commandery No. 2 will confer at
the conclave of Friday evening the Order of Red
Cross. At the last conclave the commandery
adopted as a part of their uniform a cape aud a
cover for clmpeau, to be used in inclement
weather Instead of the fatigue uniform when the
commandery appears In public. The subject is
in the hands of the uniform committee, who will
report on the eost and design Filday evenlug.
A communication was received from Sir Knight
McCninmon, Grand Herald of the Grand Priory
of Ireland, acknowledging the receipt of his
certificate of honorary membership anil express
ing his thanks for the high honor in very elo
La Fayette Chapter No. 5 will confer tho
Mark Master degree Tuesday evening. Tho Ex
cellent King of this Chapter, Companion L. C.
Wood, has been tho recipient of many verv
heaity congratulations duting tho past week
upon his election as Junior warden of Wash
ington Commandery No. 1, K. T. Tho honor
was well deserved, for in the entire jurlbdiction
it would be impossible to find a more capable
and efllcient ofllcer. Companion Wood also
holds important oflli.es in La Fayette Lodge
No. 10, Washington Council No. 1, Royal aud
Select Musters aud Almas Temple, Nobles of
the Mystic Shiiue. As a committee man, in the
organization of new and novel entertainments,
he is without a peer, and no social event of tho
various bodies to which he belongs is considered
complete If his name is not among the com
mlltee in charge. Other attributes are possessed
by the genial Mason, which render him very
popular among tho fraternity, and his legion of
Iriend6 wibh him success in his Masouic career,
which Is destined to be a brilliant one.
The preliminary programme of tho exercises
Incident to the celebration of the centennial of
Marylaud Commandery No, 1, of Baltimore,
Md., which, as before aunouueediu this column,
will occur May 0, has been received by tho
Masonic ed.tor of The Sunday IIeiiai.d, and
for the information of tho Washington Sir
Knights who will attend tho principal fea
tures of the eveut are appended. Tho several
coinmanderies of tho jurisdiction of Maryland
will assist Marylaud Commandery in receiving
aud entertaining hgrguesfs from other jurisdic
tions, and will also' assfsWn' performing escort
duty upon their arrival In tho city. The parade,
lue details for which will be promulgated Jn
due time by the Marshnl-in-Chlcf. Sir W. A.
llanway, will move promptly at noon from the
place of forming, and inarch to n point here
after to bo designated, where it will bo joined
by tho Grand Master and officers nnd the mem
bers of the Grand Encampment, and proceed to
the Academy of Music, where suitable exercises
will be held, during which Grand Master
Gobin,of the Grand Encampment of the United
States, will present to Past Grand Master Hop
kins the testimonial voted to him by the Grand
Encampment at the late triennial conclave held
at Washington. At the conclusion of the exer
cises the visiting Sir Knights and their ladies
will be escorted to places selected for luncheon.
A design for a medal has been adopted, appro
priately commemorating tho conclusion of the
llrst one hundred years of tho existence of
Maryland Commandery, and to each visiting
Sir knight one of these medals will bo pre
sented. A handsome allegorical card is also
being encraved, copies of which will be pre
sented to each Sir Knight participating in tho
celebration. In tho evening, at S:30, a recep
tion and hop will be held In tho Academy of
Music, to which all Templars In uniform aud
their ladies will bo admitted. Tickets admit
ting Sir Knights Jiot in uniform can be ob
tained from the invitation committee. Tho
general committee of arrangements are as fol
lows: C. C. Isaacs, Chairman; G. F. Kookcs,
Secretary; L. R. Keizcr, Treasurer; J. R.
Kurtz, Edward T. Schultz, W. A. Ilauway, W.
11. Ruby, Jacob E. Krcbs, Robert K. Martin,
A. 11. Fcttlng, L. W. Moody, and William D.
Wirgand. There arc also sub-committees on
invitations, medals and badges, reception,
music, halls and decorations, presi, transpor
tation, printing, carriages, hotels and luncheon,
and reception and hop. Invitations have been
extended the officers of the Grand Encamp
ment of the United States, the Hue of Knights
of the several State Grand Commanderics, the
Great Priory of Canada, and to tho line of
many prominent commanderics stationed in dif-
icrent sections ot tuo country, uutsuie oi mo
h-ieuuial conclaves, this will be one of the most
important Templar events ever held iu the
couutry, and will reflect great credit upon the
enterprising Baltimore Kuights. The parade
will be of unusual length, aud mauy Washlng
toniaus will undoubtedly visit our sister city to
wituess the spectacle.
Iiulcpcnilcnt Order oi' Rcchabitcs.
Subscribe for Tun Sunday Hekald 20c. per
mouth, delivered at your residence early Sun
Grand Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford proposes
to visit all the tents at an early day.
Past High Secretary Frank D. Russell, of
llion, N. ., was in the city during the week,
looking remarkably well.
Friendship Juniors had a busiuess-liko and
interesting meeting Monday evening. Grand
Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford and Grand Lec
turer A. M. Dewey assisted in the initiation.
Redemption Tent No. 144, Navy Yard, after
the usual initiation aud conferring the degrees
in the improved form, was entertained with re
marks by Past Chief Ruler W. II. Douglass,
Deputy Ruler William Pallas. Past Grand Chief
Ruler W. J. Webb, Past High Chief Ruler J. J.
Murray, Grand Representative Julian L.Wright,
aud Brothers Spieden, Taylor, and Rltter.
Eagle Tent No. 1 (Juniors) had tho usual
lively meeting last Monday evening. After the
election and installation of Frank Frazzarc as
Chief Ruler; William Nally as Deputy
Ruler, aud James. .Beavlns, as Recording
Secretary, encouragtug remarks were made by
Past Grand Chief Ruler W. J. Webb, Past High
Chief Ruler J. J. Murray, and Past Chief Ruler
Purity Tent No. 4, (Ladies' Branch,) always
interesting, had a good attendance last.Monday
evening. The good-of-order exercises were
participated iu by Mrs. Liday Murray, Senior
Past Chief Ruler; Miss Clara Price, Past Chief
Ruler; Mrs. Southwick, Chief Ruler; Mrs.
Williams, Mrs. Mills, Past Chief Rulers Thomas
Brown, Clarence Mills, and George J. Murray,
aud Brothers A. A. Allison and Samuel Ellis.
Western Tent No. 105 proposes a new hall in
the West End iu the near future. At its last
meeting remarks were made by Grand Chief
Ruler E. S. Woodford, Grand Deputy Ruler E.
U. Lucas, Grand Secretary L. 11. Patterson,
Grand Treasurer C. B. Allen, Grand Guardian
Samuel Cole, and Past Chief Ruler J. D. Buck
ley. At the next meeting Past High Repre
sentative John Gates will 6ing his best songs.
Eagle Tent No. 2 surprises its visitors occa
sionally with refreshments, aud its last meeting
was one of those occasions. After addresses
by Grand Secretary L. II. Patterson, Grand
Deputy Ruler E. C. Lucas, Past High Chief
Ruler J. J. Murray, Past Grand Chief Ruler W.
J. Webb, Past Chief Ruler Thomas Brown,
Chief Ruler Fred M. Strombergcr, Past Chief
Ruler Clarence Mills, Secretary A. A. Allison,
and others, Ice-cream and cake were served
Friendship Tent No. 73, Red Meu's Hall, was
favored with, a trood attendance of members and
visitors Monday evening. The customary Ini
tiation was characteiistically conducted, aud
the good-of-order exercises were enlivened with
remarks by Grand Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford,
Grand Lecturer A. M. Dewey, Treasurer A.J.
Eaton, Grand Secretary L. II. Patterson, Sec
retary W. living Hutchln6, Levlto Samuel
Swcitzor, Guard James Coyle, Brother W. II.
Goldsmith, aud others.
liulcpenilent Order Mechanics.
Subscribe for Tin: Sunday IIeiiai.d 20c. per
month, delivered at your icsidenco early Suu
A full and interesting meeting of Good Will
Lodge No. 14 was held at their hall, (Our Hall,)
Thirty-second and N streets, on the evening of
tho 8th instaut, Worthy Master W. P. Fuse in
tho chair. Mr. J, II. Brown applied for mem
bership. Brother II. S. Tebbs, who had been ill,
was present, though feeble. On account of sick
ness neither of tho candidates for tho first de
gree appeared. Brother G. Seyinorc received
tho third or Master degree. Visitors: Grand
Repiescntatlvc J. W. Caiterand Junior Master
(i. W. Bauinau, of No. 7; Vice Grand Architect
R. B. Wilson, Seulor J. F. Skldmore, Worthy
Mnbter W. L. Kllnehanso, Conductor J. L. Al
sop, Chaplain J. R. Fagan, Inside Sentinel F.
O. Brlen, Past Masters W. L, Alsop and P. J.
Cooksy, and Brothers C. O. Hortonand A. Swal
low, ot No. 13. By unanimous vote the thanks
of tho lodge were tendered to Anchor No. 0,
Friendship No. 7, and Lafayette No. 13 for their
many acts of kindness. After the lodge closed
It formed iu lino aud proceeded to tho hall of
Columbia No. 1, where they were expected to
join with sister lodges lu entertaining Lafayette
Lodge No. 11, of Alexandria, Va., who were tho
guests of the mother lodge.
The regular meeting of Lafayette Lodgo No.
13 Thursday evening was well attended. A
communication from Good Will No. 14 thauked
this lodgo for assistance last Tuesday night iu
degree work. Mr. E. E. Payne was elected a
member and Instructed iu tho first or Appren
tice degreo. Visitors: Past Master G. N. Wal
ker aud Chaplain J. M. Wood, of Golden Rule
Lodeo No. 45, of Hyattsville, albo Past Master
C. F. Wuttlock, of Lafayette No. 7, of Balti
more, aud Junior Master G. W, Bauman, of
Friendship No. 7, and Brother Ingle, of Alienor
No. 9. of this jurisdiction Brothers Walker
aud Wood said tho rendition of tho degreo work
was mo6t beautifully done by this lodge. Junior
Master Deuham gave a specimen of his skill as
a whistler, which was immediately encored.
Brother Wood, of Hyattsville Lodge, gave no
tice that he intended to secure some of that
whistle for tho entertainment at Hyattsville,
May 30. It is pleasant to record tho arrival of
another Mechanic. Conductor J. L. Alsup's
wife presented him with a bouncing boy Thurs
day morning. On Thursday night next tho first
and third degrees will bo worked. Members of
sister lodges are cordially invited.
Anchor Lodge No. 0 held a glorious meeting
last Monday night. Junior Master A. F. Lip
pard in tho chair. The attendance was good.
Brother Daniel Lewis received tho Master's
degree. Members manifested great Interest in
the contest now pending between two young
lady friends of tho lodeo for tho first prize, (a
handsome gold watch;) second prize, an order
for a portrait crayon. Grand Conductor G. W.
Bcrrv, P. G. Architect Wilson, P. Master Lewis,
P. Master T. E. Clark, and others entertained
the lodeo with remarks. Anchor Lodge has
orgauized an Association ot Growlers. This
association has elected Brother G. G. Wilson,
High Chief Growler; Brother W. Lewis, Deputy
High Chief Ruler. P. M. Berry, of No. 1, was
admitted to membership and proved a most ex
cellent crowlcr. Should any brother desire to
connect himself with this organization he can
do so by applying to Alienor Lodge, whlsh
meets every Monday night, at 8 o'clock. A
delecatlou of Anchor Lodeo assisted the coni-
lnlttce of Columbia Lodge in escorting Lafay
ette Lodge No. 11, ot Alexandria, Va., from
1 tho B. it P. depot to their lodec-room, corner
Fifth and G street?, last Tuesday night.
Tho Nntionnl Union.
At a meeting on the 7th instaut of the sub
committee on programme of tho general com
mittee ou reception and cntertalnmeut of tho
Senate durine Its session to be held in this city
m June next, the work of securing estimates
for an excursion, carriage drive, aud banquet
was allotted, and the results submitted at a
second meeting of the sub-committee, hold ou
the 12th Instaut. A report has now to lie mado
to the general committee, whoso flnnl conclu
sions will be duly communicated to tho different
councils and their ratification and cooperation
Who Is the truthful man? The man who
suyn "'Tho Snnilny Ilernlil Is THE Sunday
paper of "Washington."
Subscribe for The Sunday Herald and see
Superior goods lowest prices. China, bric-a-brac,
glass, pottery, cutlery. Having replen
ished our stock we are enabled to offer groat in
ducements o purohasera.
J. IT. Botei.eu & Son,
023 Pennsylvania avenue.
At this season of the year one generally loses
his appetite and becomes weak, and a good
remedy Is R. Portner Brewing Co.'s celebrated
Works at Benning's, D. O.
A FINE DRAWING or tho WORKS OF THE
NATIONAL CAPITAL STREET-CAR MOTOR
COMPANY and MOMENTUM ENGINE SHOPS
FOR BUILDING THE MOMENTUM ENGINE
is now exhibited in tho Window of M. A. TAP
PAN, 1013 Pennsylvania avenue.
The American Euergizer Manu
508 NINTH STREET, will Estimate to Supply
MOMENTUM ENGINES. rnrO-tiO
F. M. DRANEY.
FINE LANDEAUS, COUPELETTES, SURR1ES,
BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES, ETC.,
SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS FOR BOARD
ING HORSES, Regular and Transient.
643 and 645 New York Ave. N. W.
J. J?. M!A.ISriSri3N"G-9
Fourteenth and H Sts. N. W.,
INTERIOR MARBLE WORK, WAINSCOTING
AND TILING. seS-lyO
When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop
them for a tune and then have them return ngaln.
I mean a radical cure. I liavo made tho disease
of FITS, EPILEPSY, or FALLING SICKNESS a
life-long study. I warrant my remedy to euro tho
worst cases. Becauso others havo failed is no
reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at
once for a treatise and a Froo Bottlo of my iufal
Ilble remedy. Give Express and Post Office.
II. G. ItOOT, nr.C, 183 l'oiirl St., N.Y.
K OOT SFV It ATI VJSlTtT.Hcuvo
U Blood Diseases. Couatination aud liiliousuess.
iKbtiiblltiltml 181 8. J
GEOltUE It. GltAY, Proprietor.
Printed Promptly and Accurately.
Lcltcr-Uciids, HilMIoads, and
Legal lllanks, Circulars,
Ball and Excursion Souvenirs.
For Members of any Lodge or Society.
715 Market Space.
Revolution in Prices
EVERY DAY IN
TRIMMED HATS iu
all the leading styles
SAILORS at 21c.
TRIMMED PATTERN HATS reduced from
$12 to $5.50.
CIIILDRENS' UNTRIMMED MIXED HATS
LADIES' UNTRIMMED HATS, from 25c,
37c, 50c, 75c, 87c, andL$l.
LEGHORN HATS for children in all colors.
LEGHORN HATS for children, all prices.
DAISY WREATHS, in all colors, 15c
APPLE BLOSSOM WREATHS, 25c
FORGET ME-NOTS, 25c a dozen.
POPPIES, 25c a dozen.
VIOLETS, 1c a dozen.
WREATHS, MOUTURES, and SPRAYS, in
all the leading colors and combinations, from
25c a yard.
Watered, all colors, at
NO. 5 VELVET
10c. a yard.
and SILK RIBBONS, at
LACE CAPS, five different styles, 25c
INFANTS' CLOAKS, all-wool Cashmere,
BEADED WRAPS, from $1.00 up.
WALKING COATS, in Tan, Brown, Gobe
lin Blue, $3.50.
KID GLOVES and SUEDE GLOVES, 75c.
Regular-made BALBRIGGAN HOSE, 15c,
or two pair for 25c
Men's Regular-made BALBRIGGAN HOSE,
15c, or two pjiir for 25c.
LADIES' COLORED VESTS, fancy stitched,
LADIES' LISLE VESTS, fancy silk stitched,
JERSEYS, HLOUSES, CHILDREN'S LORD
UMBRELLAS, in best quality Gloria, silver
or oxidized handles, all new designs, for $ 1 .50,
PARASOLS, In all leading colors and styles.
THOMPSON'S G LOVE-FITTING CORSETS,
E stylo, $1.50 a pair.
THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS,
G stylo, $1 ,125 per pair.
THOMPSON'S GLOVE-FITTING CORSETS,
It. II. style, 75c. a pair.
75c, a pair.
$1.25 a pair.
DRAPERY NETS, 75c,
$l,and $1.50 a
CIIANTILLY FLOUNOINGS, from $1 and
SWISS FLOUNCINGS, from .too. and up
ward, And one thousand and ouo other articles too
numerous to mention at equally low prices.
Call early to secure the above bargalus at the
E. G. STIEBEL,
DUNLAP'S SPRING STYLES.
The Fifth Avenue Style of Silk nnd Derbv
Hats fo spring wear issued to-day. Dunlap k
Co., of New York, are tho acknowledged intro
ducers or headgear In America, and their stjlcs
for this season arc a marvel of oc.mtv.
WILLETT & RUOFF,
Solo Agents for this city,
mi 2- no, Pennsylvania Ave.
Easter Novelties and Candies.
E. C. BRESNAHAN & CO.,
41 S12VJ3XTU ST. Bf.W..
One of tho largest displays of Easter Novelties
ver exhibited in this city can be seen at this old
and rclinblo Candy House. Figures representing
rabbits, young chickens, ducks, cats, and eggs
or every color nnd kind.
Our stock nud assortment of Candies were
never Inrger. 25-ccnt Candies, of which we make
a specialty, will compnro favorably with any 40
cenfc goods in tho city. Cream Mints, Winter
Qrocn Creams. Butter-Cup Creams, Nut Candies,
nnd many others to select from at 25 cents pe
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
TO TIIE NOHTH, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST
DOUBLE TRACK, STEEL RAILS.SPLEND1D
IN EFFECT MAKCH 2, I860.
Trains leave Washington, fromStation, corner of
Sixth and B streets, ns follows:
For Pittsburg and tho West, Chicago Limited
Exprcssof Pullman Vestibuled Cars, at 10.50 A.M.
daily; Fast Lino, 10.50 A. M. dally to Columbus
and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Pitts
burg to Columbus; dally, except Saturday, to
Chicago, with SleepingCni AltoonutoChicago
St. Louis, Chicago, and Cincinnati Express, 3.30
P. M. daily. Parlor Car Washington to Hnrris
burjr, and Sleeping Cars Hnrrisburg to St. Louis.
Chicago, aud Cincinnati, and Dining Car Hnrris
burg to St. Louis. Western Express, at 7:40'
P. M. daily, with Sleeping Cars Washington
to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting daily
at Harrisburg' with through Sleepers for Louis
ville and Memphis. Pacific Express, 10.00 P. M.
dally, for Pittsburg and tho West, with through
slP&.S&tSb.uI'kl,nd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
For Kano, Canandaigua, Rochester, and Nmg.
ara Falls daily except Sunday, 8.10 A. M .
For Eric, Canandaigua, and Rochester daily;
J2Pliffa,1PandNmSflrn daily, except Saturday.
10.00 P. M., with Sleeping Car Washington to
,Srwiili5n??port'L,iSJc Haven. and Elmira.at
10.50 A. M. daily except Sunday.
For Williamsport, daily at 3:30 P. M.
For Philadelphia, New York and the East. 7.20.
0.00, 11.00, and 11.40 A. M., 2.10, 3.15, 4.10, 10.00, 11.20
P.M. On Sunday, 0.00, 11.40 A.M., 2.10, 3.15. 4.10
10.00, 11.20 P. M. Limited Express of Pullman,
Parlor Cars, 9.40 A. M. daily except Sunday, and
4.00 P. M. daily, with Dining Car. ouuulti ' Rna
For Philadelphia only. Fast Express 8.10 A. M.
week days, and 8.10 P.M. dnily. Accommodation
G.00 P. M. daily.
For Boston without change 3.15 P.M. every day
For Brooklyn, N. Y.,all through trains con
npotat Jersey City withboatsof BrooklvnAnnex.
affordingdirecttransfer to Fultonstreet, avoid.
Ing double f erringe across New York City.
For Atlantic City, 11.40 A. M. week days, 11 20
P. M. daily.
For Baltimore, 0.35, 7.20, 8.10, 9,9.40,10.50,11. 11.40
A. M., 12.05, 3.10, 3.15, 3.30. 4. 4.10, 4.20,4.40, 6,
220.127.116.11,10,11.20 P.M. On Sunday 9, 9.03, 10 50
11.40 A . k. ,210, 3.15,3 30.4, 4.10, ff.'r.lO. 8.10,10.
and 11.20 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 A.M. and 4.40 P.M.
dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20, 0 A. M., 12.05, and 4.20 P.M
daily, except Sundny. Sundays, 9.05 A. M. and
4.10 P. M.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN KALWAY.
In Effect March 2. 1890.
For Alexandria, 4.30, ti.35, 7.45, 8.40, 9.43. 10.57 A..
M.. 12.01 noon, 2.05, 4.25, 4.55, 6.01, 8.02, 10.05.
and 11.37 P. M. On Sunday at 4.30. 7.45, 9.45, 10.57
A. M.. 3.30, 6.01, 8.02, and 10.05 P.M.
Accommodation for Ouantico,7.45 A.M. and
4.55 P. M. week-days; 7.45 A. M. Sundays.
For Richmond and tho South, 4.30, 10.57 A. M.
and 4.15 P. M."daily. Accommodation 4.55 P. M.
Trains leave Alexandria lor Washington, 6. 05.
7.05, 8, 9.10, 10.15. 11.07 A. M.; 1.20, 3, 3.1575.10,7.05
9.20. 10.32, and 11.05 P. M. On Sunday at 9.1'
11.07 A. M.; 3.00, 3.15, 5.10, 7.05,0.20 and 10.32, P.M.
Tickets and information nt tho ofllce, northeast
corner Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania ave
nuo.and atthostatlon, where orders can be left
forthooheokingof buggngo to destinationfrom
hotels and residences.
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedule In effect Dec. 29, 1869.
Leave Washington from Station corner of New
Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled Lim
ited express daily 11:20 A. M., express 9:30 P.M.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, ex
press daily 3:10 and 11:30 P. M.
For Pittsburg nnd Cleveland, Vestibuled Lim
ited express daily 11:20 A. M. and express 8:40 P. M.
For Lexington and Local Stntions. tl0:30 A. M.
For Winchester and way Stations to:30 P. M.
For Luray, 8; 10 P.M.
For Baltimore, week days, 4:00, 5:00, 0:10,7:20,
8:30. 0:20, 9:15, (11:00, 12:00,45 minutes.) A. M.,
12:10. 2:00. 2:30, (15 minutes.) 3:15, (45 minutes,)
3:25.4:25,4:30,4:35,5:30, 0:20, 7:10. 7:45. 0:00,10:30, nnd
11:30 P. M. Sundays, 4:00, 7:20. 8:30,9:20, 9:15 A.
M., 12:00, (15 minutes.) 1:15. 2:00. 2:30, (15 minutes,)
3:25.4:25,1:35,0:20,7:10, 7:46, 0:00, 10:30, and 11:30
For Way Stations between Washington and
Baltimore, 5:00, 0: 10, 8:30 A. M 12:10, 3:25, 4:35, 0:20,.
11:30 P. M. On Sundays, 8:30 A. M., 1:15. 3:25. 4:35
0:20, 11:30 P. M.
Trains lcavo Baltimore for Washington, week
days, nt 5:10, 0:20, 0:30. 7:20. 7:15. 8:00. 8:30,
0:15,und 10:15. A. M.; 12:00, 12:15. 1:50, 2:10, 3:00,
1:10, 4:15.5:00, (1:00,0:20, 7:10, 7:30, 8:30, ftt!3,l0:20, 10:25,
nnd 11:00 P. M. Sundays 0:30, 7:15, 8:30, 9:15,
10:15 A.M.; 12:00. 12:50, 1:50. 2:10, 4:15. 5:00, 0:20,
7:10. 7:30, 8:30, 8:33, 10:20, 10:25, nnd 11:00 P. M.
For Annapolis. 0:40 nnd 8:30 A. M 12:10 nnd
4:25 1'. M. On Sundays. 8:30 A. M.,4:33 P. M.
Leavo Annapolis 0:10, 8:37 A. M.. 12:05 and 3:50
P. M. Sundays, 8:37 A. M 4:00 P. M.
For Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, t0:45,
10:30 A. M.,51:10 P.M. forprinclpalstntionsonly
tl0:30 A. M., tl:30 and 5:30 P. M.
For Rockvillo and Way Stations. 1:35 P, M.
A. M., 1:00. 5;35, 11:35 P. M.
For Boyd's aud intermediate stations, 7:00 P.
M.. 10:00 P. M.
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday nt
1:10 P.M., stopping at all stations on Metropoli
For Frederick, t0:15, 11:20 A. M., 3:10, 4:30
P. M. Sundays, 1:10 P. M.
ForHagorstown,ll:20A. M. and 3:30 P. M.
Trains nrrivofromChlciigodnily 11:45 A.M. and
4:05 P. M.; from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis dnily
3:15 A. M. and 1:50 P. M.; from 1'ittsburc 7:10 A.
M.. 0:50 P.M. dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVI
SION. For Now York, Trenton. Nowurk, nnd Eliza
beth, N. J.. 4:00. 8:00, 9:20, 12:00 A. M., 2:30
1:20, and "10:30 P. M. Buffet Parlor Carson all
day trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10:30 P. M.,opeu
at 9:00 P.M.
For Philadelphia, Nownrk. Wilmington, nnd
Chester, 4:00, 8:00, 0:20, "12:00 A. M., '2:30, '1:20,
"7:10. and "10:30 1,M.
For Intermediate points between Baltimoro
and Philadelphia, t5:00 and 7:20 A. M., '12:00,
Trains leavo Now York for Washington, '8:30.
11:00 A. M., '2:00. 3i0, '5:00 P. M., and "12:15
Trains leavo Philadelphia for Washington
4:10. "8:15, "11:10 A M. , 1:33, '4:10, '0:03, '7:40'
For Atlantlo City, 4:00 A. M., nnd 12.00 noon.
Sundays 4.00 A. M. and 12.00 noon.
Except8unday. "Daily. $Sunday only.
Baggagecallod for nnd checked from botelsnnd
resldonees by Union Transfer Co. on orders left
at ticket offices, 619 uud 1351 Pennsylvania avenue:
aud at depot.
OHAS.O. SCULL, Gon. Pass. Ag't.
J.T. ODELL, General Managrr.