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THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY, 1VIAY 4.1S90.
NEWS OF THE LODGES.
IS GOING ON A3IOSO
The Itoinnntlc ITlstory of tho Knights
Itfnltn Washington Knights X'rormrlng
to go to Baltimore Notes of tho
Itcchnbltcs, Odd Follows, nml Inilc
pcnilcnt Order of Mechanics,
The following Masonic boilles meet upon tho
evenings of the ensuing week :
Lodqes. Masonic Temple Benjamin 1).
French No. 15, Monday, Mh: Pent alpha No.
23, Monday, Mh; National No. 12, Tuesday,
Oth; "Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday,
7th; New Jerusalem, No. 0, Thursday, Sth; St.
John's No. 11, Friday, Oth.
A. A. S. E. Sanctuary. 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Osiris, U. D., Wednesday, 7th; Har
mony No. 17, Thursday, Sth. Blue Room: Co
lumbia No. 3, Wednesday, 7th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 5,
Monday, oth; George C. Whiting No. 22, Thurs
5lasonic Hall, Uniontown, Anacostia No. 21,
Iloyal Arch Chapters, Masooic Temple
La Fayette No. fi, Tuesday, Oth; Columbia No.
1, Wednesday, 7th; Washington No. 2, Thurs
Commanderies faiights Templar. Masonic
Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3, Wednesday,
Ancient a.ul Accepted Scottish liitc. Mithras
Lodge of Perfection, Tuesday, Oth.
Potomac Lodge No. 5 will confer the first de
gree Monday evening.
St. John's Lodge No 11 will confer the third
degree Friday evening.
Columbia Lodge No. 3 will confer the first de
gree Wednesday evening.
Harmony Lodge No. 17 will confer the third
degree Thursday evening.
Washington Chapter No 2 will confer the
Royal Arch Thursday evening.
New Jerusalem Lodge No. 9 will confer the
third degree Thursday evening.
Benjamin B. French Lodge No. 15 will confer
the first degree Monday evening.
Both the first and third degrees are due in
Anacostia Lodge Monday evening.
Columbia Chapter No. 1 will confer the Mark
Master degree Wednesday evening.
La Fayette Chapter No. 5 will confer the
Mark Master degree Tuesday evening.
Subscribe for TriE Sunday Heiuld 20c. per
montn, delivered at your residence early bun
Washington Centennial Lodge No. 14 will
confer the first and second degrees Wednesday
evening. The third is also due.
National Lodge No 12 will have the revision
of the by-laws up for consideration Tuesday
evening. The second and third degrees are due
and either may be worked at the conclusion of
Potomac Commandery No. 3 will transact
routine business Wednesday evening. This
commandery will probably have about sixty
swords in line at Baltimore on the Oth instant
and will be accompanied by a band.
Osiris Lodge, U. D., will confer the third de
gree Wednesday evening. This communication
will be the first time that the third has been
worked since the organization of the lodge. A
special communication will be called in the near
future for the same degree.
The calendar of last month with its fifth
Tuesday and Wednesday has sadly disarranged
the usual order of Masonic rotation, several
lodges, etc., meeting this week which seldom
meet within seven days of each other. The fol
lowing classification of the several bodies meet
ing upon the evenings of the week will prove
useful to brethren who intend to visit: Mon
day, four lodges; Tuesday, one lodge, one chap
ter, and Mithras Lodge of Perfection; Wednes
day, three lodges, one chapter, and one com
mandery; Thursday, three lodges and one chap
ter, Friday, one lodge.
Tuesday morning will witness a great exodus
of Washington KuFghts Templar and other mem
bers of the Masonic organization to the citv of
Baltimore to tako part in and witness tho cere
monies of the celebration of Maryland Com
mandery No. 1, of that city. The "Washington
commanderies, each of which will be accom
panied by its own band, will add greatly to the
success of the occasion, and will fully uphold
the high standing they have achieved in all their
former pilgrimages. A large number of the
council officers and Past Commanders have ac
cepted tho invitation to be present at the ban
quet tendered to Grand Master Gobln, and will
consequently go over on Monday in advance of
their several commanderies. The low rate for
the round trip ($1.20) and the attractiveness of
the Templar display will undoubtedly secure a
large crowd from this city.
The following edict has been issued by
Grand Master James A. Sample, based upon a
communication received from the Grand Con
Ristory, duly empowered to act for the Supreme
Council, A. A. S. It., (Cerneau,) in which that
body disclaims all connection with the Grand
Orient of France: "Now, therefore, we, James
A. Sample, Most Worshipful Graud Master of
Masons iu and for the District of Columbia, and
Masonic jurisdiction thereunto belonging, by
virtue of the powers and authorities in us
vested, and in performance of the duties of our
ofllce, do hereby declare said Edict No. 1, Issued
July 25, lbbU, no longer in force, and direct
Masters of lodges under our authority to cease
to Include in the recognized and imperative
test to be administered to visitors to their
lodges the statement by such visitors that they
are not members of any body acknowledging
allegiance to the said A orgas-Cerneau jute.' "
The edict is signed by James A. Sample, Grand
The Order of the Knights of Malta, which is
acknowledged in the Templar system of the
United States, is usually conferred but once a
year upon as many candidates who are present
to receive It, and must be worked in a command
ery of Knights Templar or a council of Knights
of Malta, distinct from and after the Order of
tho Temple. An unfortunate similarity of name
has in the miud of the general public, and iu
many instances among the Masonic fraternity
al60, conuected this order with aii organization
which some years ago nourished in several sec
tions of the country, but with the name the re
semblance ceased, and It is unnecessary to state
that no connection whatever existed between
tho two organizations. The history of the order
is a romantic tale of magnificent triumphs and
disastrous defeats, purely authentic and histori
cal. It has many sad and pathetic incidents
connected with it which historians have de
lighted to depict and from which novelists have
woven many romantic tales of fiction partly
founded upon facts. The historian Macoy
writes of it as follows, and his description will
undoubtedly be of the greatest interest to Ma
sons not acquainted with the long and honorable
descent of the order and its consequent connec
tion with the Templar system: "This society
was organized as a military order about theyear
1048, for the protection of pilgrims who visited
Jerusalem. They became eminent for their de
votion to tho cause of religion, their bouudless
charity, and nolle hospitality, rapidly increas
ing iu uumbeiB and in wealth. After long and
Woody contests with the infidels they were finally
driven from Palestine, when they took possession
of Cyprus, which they soon lost again, and then
established themselves on tho Island of Rhodes,
at which timo' (1319) they took tho name of
Knights of llhodes. They held this island for a
period of two hundred years, when they were at
tacked by tho Turks and driven from it. After
this disaster they successively retired to Castro,
Mcssino, and other places, until in 1530, when
the Emperor Charles V bestowed upon them
tho Island of Malta, on tho condition of their
defending It from the depredations of the Turks
and pirates, who then Infested tho Mediterra
nean. At this timo they assumed tho title of
Knights of Malta, by which name thoy have over
since been known. In 150S the Island of Malta
was beseiged by Soliman II and thirty thousand
Turkish soldiers, on which occasion the Knights
suffered immense loss, from which thoy never en
tirely recovered. After one of tho most persist
ent nnd noble defenses known in modern war
fare the brave Knights were overcome, tho Fort
of St. Elmo was taken, and tho island was for a
time in tho hands of the infidels. At length the
promised succor came; tho Viceroy of Sicily,
with a largo army, reached tho island in safety,
tho seice being raised September 8, 1505. and so
late as'the year 1784 an annual procession was
solemnly made in memory of their deliverance.
Juno 0, 171)3, tho Island of Malta was taken by
the French, under Bonaparte. In the same year
the Knights chose Paul 1, Emperor of llussia, as
urauu Master, wno took tliem tinder his protcc-
Uion. Upon tho reduction of tho island by the
llEnslish, iu 1S00, the chief scat of the order was
Sgrausierrcu to uatania, in falcliy, whence, in lb'jo,
"31 was removed by authority of the Pope to Fer-
rara. The last public reception of the order was
held at Sonneburg iu 1S0O, when King Leopold
of Belgium, Prince Ernest, and several other
noblemen were created Knights according to
the long-established custom of the order."
'Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Federal City Lodge No. 20 is booming.
Company C drills every Saturday night in
Friendship Lodge No. 12 owns real estate to
tho value of $1S,500.
Grand Warden Sherrctts is good in any posi
tion he is invited to occupy.
Odd Fellowship has been established in the
District of Columbia fifty-eight years.
Come to the visitation of Magenenu Encamp
meut No. 4 at the Navy Yard Fridoy, May 9.
R. II. Bouls was installed Vice Grand of Ex
celsior Lodge No. 17 in place of Brother Halley,
Subscribe for The Sunday Hehald 20c. per
month, delivered at your residence early Sun
Charles F. Hoffman was installed Vice Grand
of Golden Rule Lodge No. 21 bv Grand Master
W. H. Frazier.
The visitations duringthcpastweektoGolden
Rule No. 21, Covenant N"o. 13, and Federal City
Lodge No. 20 were well attended.
Harmony Lodge will confer the first degree
to-morrow night. The lodge is engaged in con
sidering a new code of by-laws.
J. E. Crampton, of Eastern Lodge, feels proud
of the success of the celebration conducted by
the committee of which he was the chairman.
Maj. Gen. Nicholson has tho thanks of the
entire membership of the order in this jurisdic
tion for his masterly address on Odd Fellowship.
The total admissions to the I. O. O. F. during
the past fifty-eight vcars have been found to be
1,909,540; total deaths, 130,834; death rate, 1 per
The Grand Master will visit next week Bea
con Lodge No. 15 on Monday and Friendship
Lodge No. 12, corner Twentieth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, on Thursday.
Capt. Harbin leads the music in Magenenu
Encampment, and, with Patriarch Emmons as
bass, the enjoyment of their brethren when they
sing together in a duet is unbounded.
Tell it to your brethren In the lodge-room and
wherever you meet them that The Sunday Heu
ald contains notes of thedoingsof Odd Fellow
ship, and to subscribe for it at the office.
Graud Representative F. A. Stier has the sym
pathy of his brethren in the loss of his beloved
sister, who resided in Virginia. His absence
from the grand visitations is therefore neces
sary. T. is nnfnrhinnt( that sn mnnv nf tlin Tii,rr1i-
ters of Rebekah were compelled to stand during
the exercises of the anniversary, when ample
room could have been found for many of them
on the platform.
Brother E. D. Clapp, the Worthy Treasurer of
Beacon Lodge No. 15, appears to have got con
siderable enjoyment out of being a member of
the general committee. It Is hoped he will con
tinue on the committee for next year.
The anniversary committee adjourned sine die
on Wednesday evening last. After liquidating
tho expenses of the celebration they directed the
treasurer, J. Mitchell Roux, to return to the con
tributors, pro rata, the balance of cash on hand,
some forty dollars.
Columbian Eucampmeut No. 1 was visited by
the Grand Patriarch la6t Wednesday night. The
encampment received four applications for mem
bership anu one uy deposit ot cam, wnlch looks
very much as though this old encampment has
started on a new lease of vitality.
Union Lodge No. 11 conferred the third de
gress on eighi candidates last Monday night.
About twenty-five members from Potomac
Lodge No. 3S, of Alexandria, Va., paid them
a fraternal Yislt and were well paid for their
journey. To-morrow night the initiatory de
gree will bo conferred on seven candidates.
This lodge greets its visitors with a cordial wel
come. The "Bundle of Sticks" of Union
Lodge are at work on the initiatory, and about
Juue 1 expect to show the brethren something
new and an improvement In tho manner of con-
lerrlng tho uegree.
The Militant's bauquet was a graud success.
After the good things to satisfy tho inner man
were disposed of short addresses were made by
Maj. John T. Uhauncey, Adjutant Thomas W.
Fowler, Past Commander Oliver Dufour, Surg
eon Swormsted, Capt. Richard A. McLean, Past
Grand Master John T. Given, Regimental Surg
eon Baldwin, Lieut. William P. Allan, Lieut.
Ed, T. Pettenglll, Quartermaster James 11.
Richards, and Chevalier E. II. Sipe. The ladles
accompanying the Chevaliers are so well pleased
they are auxious to attend the next banquet of
the Patriarchs on tho occasion of the seveuty
second anniveisary of the order.
It would have taken all the audience-rooms of
the several Odd Fellows' halls in tho District
combined to have seated the Odd Fellows, their
families, aud tho very many friends of the order
who came to the National Rllles' Armory Hall
to greet Past Graud Slro Nicholson on the occa
sion of the celebration of the seventy-first anni
versary last Monda night. The Grand Canton
Patriarch's Militant were out in full force, aud
escorted the distinguished gentleman from his
hotel to tho door of the hall, and with difficulty
Graud Representative Oliver Dufour conducted
him to tho platform. Among the large audience
were observed nearly all tho Past Grand Masters
and Past Grand Patriarchs of the District, the
subordinate grand oillcers of the Grand Lodge
and Graud Encampment, oillcers of the Chesa
peake Regiment, P. M., aud the oillcers of tho
three lady lodges of tho Degree of Rebekah.
Odd Fellows were well pleased with the oration,
and were sorry when tho speaker closed.
Mechaulcs' Lodge No. 18 has Issued invita
tions to the several lodges, requesting them to
attend the celebration of theforty-fourth anniver
sary of the iustitutiou of the lodge, on Sunday
evening, May 11, at Calvary M. E. Church, cor
ner Thirty-fifth and T streets, Georgetown.
Rev. E. D. Owcn.D. D.s Rev. Fred A. Stler,
and Hoy. Richard Emmons will mako short ad
dresses. Calvary Church, at which tho exer
cises tako place, is tho only church In tho Dis
trict tho comer-stono of which was laid by tho
order. In 1853 Grand Master Charles Calvert,
assisted by John T. Clements, D. G. M.: Jere
miah Hepburn, G. Vf. W. M. Perry, Grand
Secretary; M. Johnson, Grand Treasurer, and
other graud ofllccrs, performed the ceremony in
accordance with tho ritual. It is expected
every brother and sister will bo present on tho
occasion. Tho commlttco of arrangements aro
James A. Watt, P. G. M.; E. C. Curl. N. G.;
William C. Cornell, B. F. Wilklns, William A.
Donaldson, Thomas T. Sparo, Henry Payno,
Charles Campbell, Hugh G. Divine, Albert
Thomas, William Coleman, J. W. Wells, Wil
liam Sneaker, Frank Van Dusen, Elmer Bur
dett, William Coleman, and Alfred Thomson.
Independent Order Mechanics.
Circulato it among tho brethren that Tun
Sunday Hehai.u contains tho news of Odd Fel
lowship. Capitol Lodge No. 11 held a very interesting
meeting Wednesday night, April 30, Worthy
Master'McKlc In tho chair. Brothers Strobcl
and Reese were reported as improving and hopo
soon to bo out. After transacting tho routine
business the lodge proceeded in a body to Friend
ship Lodge No. 7.
Good Will Lodge No. 14 was largely attended
Tuesday night, April 29. Brother Paul was
reported to be critically 111. Mr. B. F. Shanks
aud J. II. Brown, having been elected to mem
bership, had the First or Apprentice degree con
ferred upon thorn. Worthy Master Fuse was
present, but unable to preside on account of a
severe cold and hoarsness. Visitors: Graud
Architect T. II. Watson, of No. 1), and Brother
Troll, of Columbia No. 1.
The meeting of Friendship Lodge No. 7 Wed
nesday night was well attended, with Worthy
Master Meyer in tho chair. Past Supreme
Ruler J. M. Richards wrote from Ncwburgh,
N. Y., where he had gone to recover strength
after his long illness, that he wag improving.
Recording Secretary S. J. Brown was roported
sick. Tho report of the committee on the en
tertainment given by this lodge April 24 at Na
tional Rifler Arinory was received with ap
plause and a vote of thanks tendered tho com
mittee. Visitors: Vice Grand Architect R. B.
Wilson, of No. 13; Past Master Kolb, No. 11;
Worthy Master McKie, No. 11; Past Master W.
II. Clark, No. 11; Junior Master McLaln, of No.
11, and Past Master Alex. Evans, No. 9.
Lafayetto Lodge No. 13 held another large
and enthusiastic meeting Thursday night,
Worthy Master W. L. Kliuehanse in the chair.
Brother J. C. Harkness was given tho third de
gree. It was learned with pleasure thht Mrs.
J. A. Tafe, the wife of the Outside Sentinel,
has recovered from her recent accident. Tho
Worthy Master appointed the following broth
ers to receive Lafayette Lodge No. 7, of Balti
more, who contemplate paying this lodge a fra
ternal visit some time this month: R. B. Wil-
J. R. Fagan, J. F. Skidmore, J. A. Tafe,
W. L. Alsop, A. Swallow, and C. A. Evard
Visitors: Past Master J. E. Finch, of Franklin
Lodge No. 14, of Baltimore, and Past Master
C. F. Wbitlock, of Lafayette No. 7, of Balti
more, Md., aud Junior Master J. V. McLaiu, of
Capitol No. 11, of this jurisdiction. The first
degree will be couferred upon Mr. II. C. Riley
and Brother E. E. Payne will receive the second
degree Thursday night next.
Columbia Lodge No. 1 in regular session
Tuesday evening had applications for member
ship from Christian Nelson and Theodore O.
Dale. The following were detailed .is a sick
committee for this month: Fred Atzel, W. F.
Bowen, John Christman, aud John II. Duvall.
Past Supreme Ruler H. E. Weaver explained
the object of the Degree of Endowment, which
was adopted by the Supreme Lodge at their last
session, and has rapidly grown Into importance
and popularity. It is the simplest endowment
put forward by any order 50 cents eutrancc
fee, no medical examination, no assessments, no
tax. Each lodge collects the dues as dues of
the lodge, and on the first day of every new
quarter forwards the amount of one quarter's
dues to the Supreme Secretary. From this the
$200 is always in hand to pay the death benefit.
The following made application for the degree:
John II. Duvall, James II. Loveless, Anthou
Christensen, John W. Kidwell, Charles B.
Greaves, Daniel G. Eichelberger, William L.
Courtney, George W. Berry, Milton AV. Plager,
Plager, George Godmel, William P. Knight,
William Chamberlain, Bunyan Olive, William
A. Upperman, and John S. Taymau. They will
bo elected at the next meeting of the lodge.
Independent Order ofltecha. bites.
"On to Hagcrstown !" is the cry.
Cammack Juniors visit Friendship Juuiors to
Redemption Tent No. 144 meets on Wednes
day night now.
Grand Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford will an
nounce the grand visitations at an early day.
High Secretary W. J. Webb is receiving en
couraging reports from all sections of the
Odd Fellows are requested to subscribe for
The Sunday Heiiald at the business ofllce, 409
Tenth street northwest.
Grand Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford aud
Grand Secretary L. II. Patterson will visit West
ern Tent No. 105 at its next meeting.
Friendship Juuiors have fixed the fees and
dues and are getting in good working condition
under the supervision of the efficient Chief
Ruler Willard Hobble.
Eagle Tent No. 2, Odd Fellows' Ilall, Navy
Yard, at Its last meeting, after its business ses
sion, listened to good-of-order remarks by Chief
Ruler Fred. M. Stromberger, Past High Chief
Ruler J. J. Murray, Deputy Ruler Andrew
Brown, Shepherd Samuel Ellis, Brother George
Allen, Past Chief Rulers Thomas Brown, George
J. Murray, and Clarence Mills, and Secretary
A. A. Allison.
Eaglo Juniors had a lively meeting last Mon?
day evening. Tho good-of-order exercises were
enlivened with remarks by High Secretary W.
J. Webb, Past Chief Ruler Clarence Mills, and
Past High Chief Ruler J. J. Murray, and on the
part of the Juniors by Brothers Ernest Dunn,
i Frank Frazzare, Ollle Murray, William Nalley,
Willie Bearins, and Rolrlx Harlan. This tent is
doing a good work among the boys In the south
Redemption Tent No. 144 is prospering finely
I in tho new Golden Eaglo Hall, corner of Fifth
street and Virginia avenue southeast. Last
Wednesday evening there was a largo attend
i ance of members and visitors to hear the dlscus
1 6ion of the question of "Moral Suasion vs. Pro
hibition." Those participating wero Past Chief
Ruler William II. Douglass, Grand Representa
tive Julian L. Wright, Chief Ruler Harry Lucas,
and High Secretary W. J. Webb.
Western Tent No. 15 was favored with a
visit by a delegation from the southeastern
section at its last meeting. After an enthu
siastic business session good-of-order remarks
were made by Past High Deputy Ruler T. S.
Dunn, Pa6t Chief Rulers George J. Murray and
Thoma6 Brown, Brother Samuel J. Ellis, Past
Chief Ruler Clarence Mills, Grand Treasurer
C. B. Allen, Past High Chief Ruler J. J. Murray,
Grand Deputy Ruler E. C. Lucas, Grand Guard
ian Samuel Cole, aud Past Chief Ruler J. D.
Friendship Tent No. 73, Red Men's Hall,
Monday evening last had a busy session. After
receiving and referring to committees several
applications for membership there was n general
interchange of views for tho good of the order,
Grand Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford, Brother
Earnest Walkor, of Union Tent No. 87; Shep
herd Thomas Wood, Deputy Ruler Aloilzo J.
Eaton, Graud Lecturer A. M. Dcwoy, Supporter
J. B. Edwards, Secretary W. Irving Ilutchins,
and Grand Secretary L. II. Patterson partici
pating. Initiation to-morrow night.
Purity Tent No. 4. (Ladles' Branch,) Odd Fol
lows Ilall, Navy Yard, under tho motto of
"Forward in the Work for Homo Against tho
Saloon," Is doing commendable won?. After
tho usual initiation an interesting good-of-ordcr
programmo was presented, consisting of re
marks by Brother Georgo Allen nnd Sister
Allen; solo by Miss Clara Price, Past Chief
Ruler; remarks by Brother A. A. Allison and
Sister Mills; reading by Mrs. Lida Murray,
Senior Past Chief Ruler; Bongs by Brother Sam
uel Ellis and George J. Murray; remarks by
Past Chief Ruler Clarcnco Mills, and a stirring
closing address by High Secretary William J.
Golden Cross Notes.
Subscribo for The Sunday Heuai,d 20c. per
mouth, delivered at your residence early Sun
Meetings for the week: Monday National
Commandery No. 340, Potomac Hall, Elovcnth
and D streets southwest. Wednesday Anacos
tia Commandery No. 423, Gray's Ilall, Anacos
tia. Friday Meridian Commandery No. 178,
Golden Cross Hall, and Capital Commandery
No. 323, Washington Hall, corner Pennsylvania
avenue and Third street southeast.
Goodwill Commandery at their last meeting
tendered tho use of thoir citadel on tho 30th of
June, (tho fifth Monday,) to tho Grand Com
mander, in order that ho may meet tho newly
elected officers of all tho subordinate com
manderies in tho District, and instruct them in
the performance of their duties. Goodwill
Commandery No. 21 has applications from
Franklin L. Payne aud Mary E. Payne, residing
at Bailey's Cross Roads, Va.
At the last meeting of Meridian Commandery
No. 178, U. O. G. C, applications for membcr
hip was mado by Henry C. Molhoniand Charles
G. Simons. Dr. Jamos P. Safford, Robert W.
Dovereaux, Charles E. Wells, Mrs. Elizabeth
Gelston, aud Mrs. LauraL. Dodge wcro initiated,
receiving tho three degrees. There wore several
visitors. Meridian is now second in tho juris
diction in point of numbers, having 117 mem
bers, with five applications pending.
The Immediate Fund Association, an organi
zation within tho circle of the Golden Cross,
designed to give immediate aid to its members
in caso ol death, has been In operation six
years, during which timo there have been but
three deaths aud four assessments. The amount
of money now in tho treasury is $93, which
will be immediately paid to tho family of any
of its deceased members. It is proposed to can
vass tho commanderies for new members so as
to bring the amount up to $200 for each death.
Members aro assessed only when death occurs,
amounts varying from $1 to $2 each.
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P. M. daily. Parlor Car AVashington to Harris
burg, and Sleeping Cars Hnrrisburg to St. Louis,
Chicago, and 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
nt Harrisburjr withthroughSleepers for Louis
villo and Memphis. Pacinc Express, 10.00 P. M.
daily, for Pittsburg and tho "West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC UAILROADY'
For Kane, Canandaigua, Rochester, and Nlng.
lira Falls daily except Sunday, 8.10 A. M.
For Eric, Canandaigua, and Rochester daily;
for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except Saturday,
10.00 P. M., with Sleeping Car "Washington to
For Williamsport, Lock Haven, and Elmira. at
10.60 A. M. daily except Sunday.
For Williamsport, daily at 3:30 P. M.
For Philadelphia, Now York ahd the East, 7.20,
9.00, 11.00, and 11.40 A. M., 2.10, 3.15, 4.10, 10.00, 11.20
P. M. OnSunday,9.00,11.40A.M.,2.10, 3.15. 4.10
10.00,11.20 P. M. Limited Expiess of Pullman
Parlor Cars, 9.40 A. M. daily except Sunday, and
4.00 P. M. daily, with Dining Car. '
For Philadelphia only. Fast Express S.10 A. M.
week days, and 8.10 P.M. daily. Accommodation
0.00 P. M. daily.
For Boston withoutchange 3.15 P. M. everyday.
For Brooklyn, N. Y.,all through trains con
neotnt Jersey City wlthboatsof BrooklynAnnex,
affordingdirecttranBfer to Fultonstreet, avoid,
lng double ferriage across Now York City.
For Atlantic City, 11.40 A. M. week days, 11.20
P. M. daily.
For Baltimore, G.35, 7.20, 8.10, 9, 9.40, 10.50,11, 11.40
A. M., 12.05, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4, 4.10, 4.20. 4.40, 0.
18.104.22.168,10,11.20 P.M. On Sunday, 9, 9.05, 10.50
11.40 A. k., 2 10, 3.15, 3 30, 4, 4.10, 6, 7.40. 8.10, lol
and 11.20 P.M.
ForPope's Creek Line, 7.20 A. M.aad 4.40P. M.
For Anuanolis. 7.20. 9 A. M.. 12.05. and 4.20 P.M
dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.05 A. M. and
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RALWAY.
In Effect April 20. 1690.
For Alexandria, 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 9.45,10.57 A.
M.. 12.04 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.. 2.30, 0.01, 8.02, and 10.05 P.M.
Accommodation for Quantico.7.45 A.M. and
4.55 P. M. week-days; 7.45 A. M. Suuda vs.
For Richmond and tho South. 4.30, 10.57 A. M.
daily. Accommodation 4.55 P. M. week days.
Trains leave Alexandria tor Washington,tS.05,
7.05,8,9.10,10.15. 11.07A. M.; 1.20, 3, 3.50? 5.10 7.05
9.20, 10.37, and 11.05 P. M. On Sunday at 9.10
11.07 A. M.; 2.00, 3.50, 5.10, 7.05,9.20 and 10.37 P. M.
Tickets ana information at the ofllce, northeast
corner Thirteenth street andPennsylvaniaave.
nuo,and atthestation, where orders can be left
forthechecking of baggage to destinationfrom
hotels and residences.
J. R.WOfiT), General Passerxs-pr Airent
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Schedule in effect Dec. 29, 18S9.
Leave Washington from Station corner of New
Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest, Yestibuled 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 and Cleveland, Vestlbuled Lim
ited express daily 11:20 A. M. and express 8:40 P. M.
For Lexington and Local Stations. 1 10:30 A. M.
For Winchester and wny Stations 5:30 P. M.
For Luray, S:40 P. M.
For Baltimore, week days, 4:00, 5:00, 0:40,7:20,
8:30, 9:20, 0:45, (11:00, 12:00,45 minutes.) A. M
12:10, 2:00. 2:30. (45 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, and
11:30 P. M. Sundays, 4:00, 7:20, 8:30, 9:20, 9:45 A.
M., 12:00, (45 minutes.) 1:15. 2:00, 2:30. (45 minutes,)
3:25.4:25.4:35.0:20.7:10, 7:45, 0:00, 10:30, and 11:30'
For Way Stations between Washington and
Baltimore, 5:00, 0:40, 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 leave Baltimore for Washington, week
days, at 5:10, 0:20, 0:30. 7:20, 7:45, 8:00. 8:30,
0:15, and 10:15. A. M.; 12:00, 12:15. 1:50. 2:10. 3:00,
4:10,4:15.5:00, 0:00,0:20, 7:10, 7:30,8:30, 835,10:20,10:25,
and 11:00 P. M. Sundays 0:30, 7:45, 8:30, 0:15,
10:15 A. M.; 12:00. 12:50, 1:50. 2:10, 4:15, 5:00, 0:20,
7:10. 7:30, 8:30, 8:35, 10:20, 10:25, and 11:00 P. M.
For Annapolis, 0:40 and 8:30 A. M 12:10 nnd
4:25 P. M. On Sundays, 8:30 A. M.,4:35 P. M.
Leave Annapolis 0:40. 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,
110:30 A.M., 1:10 P.M. forprinclpalstatlonsonly
10:30 A. M., 4:30 and 5:30 P. M.
For Rockvillo and Way Stations. 4:35 P. M.
A. M 1:00. 5;35, 11:35 P. M.
For Boyd's and intermediate stations, 7:00 P.
M.. 10:00 P. M.
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday at
1:10 P. M stopping at all stations on Metropoli
For Frederick, 0:15, 11:20 A. M 3:10, 4:30
P. M. Sundays, 1:10 P. M.
For Hagorstown, 11:20 A. M. and 5:30 P. M.
Trains arrlvo from Chicago dally 11:45 A. M. and
4:05 P. M.: from Cincinnati and St. Louis dailv
3:45 A. M. and 1:50 P. M.; from 1'ittsburc 7:10 A.
M.. 0:50 P. M. daily.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVI
SION. For New York, Trenton. Nowark, and Eliza
beth, N. J., 4:00. 8:00, 0:20, 12:00 A. M 2:'M,
4:20, and 10:30 P. M. Buffet Parlor Carson all
day trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10:30 P. M.,open
at 0:00 P. M.
For Philadelphia, Newark, Wilmington, nnd
Chester, 4:00, 8:00, 0:20, 12:00 A. M 2:30, 4:20,
7:10. and 10:30 P.M.
For Intermediate points between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, t5:00 and 7:20 A. M 12:00,
Trains leavoNotv York for Washington, 8:30,
tll:O0A. M.. jGO, 3Z0, SiOO P. M., and 18:18
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington
4:40, 8:15, 11:10 A M., tl:35, 4:10, U:05, 7:40-
For Atlantio City, 4:00 A. M aud 12.00 noon.
Suudays 4.00 A. M. and 12.00 noon.
ExceptSunday. Daily. 8unday only.
Baggagecalled for and checked from hotelsnnd
residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders left"
at ticket oillces,010and 1351 Pennsylvaniaavenue
and at depot.
CHAS. O. SCULL, Gon. Pass. Ag't.
J.T. ODELL, General Manager.