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THE SUNDAY HERALD.SUNDAY.JUNE 1, 1S90.'
NEWS OF THE LODGES1
MANY MATTEttS OF INTEREST TO SE
CIIKT SOCIETY MEMI1KUS.
I'lcnsnnt Surprise for Potomac Com
mnndcry Something About the Namo
of Osiris fcodgo No. 20 Items From tlio
llcclinblte ami Intlcpenilcnr Order Jtc
The following Masonic bodies meet upon the
evenings of the ensuing week :
Tmlnrt. Mnennlp. Tpmttlo Benlnillhl
French No. IB, Monday, ad: rcntalpha xo.
23, Mondny, ad; National No. 12, Tuesday,
ad; Washington Centennial No. 14, Wednesday,
4th; La Favette No. 19, Thursday, oth; Lebanon
No. 7, Friday. Oth.
A. A. S. 1. Sanctuary. 1007 (t street Blue
Room: Columbia No. 3. Wednesday, 4th; Cathe
dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 4th.
Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, Cth. ,
Masonic Hall, Georgetown l'ototnac No. 5,
Monday, 2d. , .
Masonic Hall, Uniontown, Anacostla No. 21,
Uoyal Arch Chapters. Masonic Temple
La Fayette No. 5, Tuesday, 3d; Columbia No.
1, Wednesday, 4th.
Masonic Hnll, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue Mount Horeb No. 7, Thursday,
Commundcrics Knights Templar. Mason c
Temple-Columbia No. 2, Friday, 0th. Masonic
Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3, Wednes
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite banctu
ary, 1007 G street Mithras Lodge of Perfec
tion, Tuesday, 3d.
JlIVtW ll ..w..-w .--.-
Columbia Lodge will confer the first degree
Columbia Chapter will confer the Mark degree
Potomac Lodge No. 5 will confer the first de
gree Monday evening.
Anacostia Lodge No. 21 will confer the tirst
degree Monday evening.
Pentalplia Lodge No. 23 will confer the first
degree Mondny evening.
Osiris Lodge No. 20 will confer the second de
gree Wednesday evening.
La Fayette Chapter No. 5 will confer the
Mark degree Tuesday evening.
National Lodge No. 12 will confer either the
first or second degree Tuesday evening.
Put in a vofe for your favorite school teacher
The Herald's European trip contest.
New Jerusalem Lodge No. 9 will hold a
special communication Thursday evening for
the third degree.
Mount Horeb Chapter No. 7 will confer the
Past and probably the Most Excellent Masters'
degrees Thursday evening.
If you have a friend who is a school teacher
vote for him or her in The Sunday Hehald
contest for a free excursion to Europe.
Benjamin 13. French Lodge No. 15 will confer
the second degree Monday evening. A special
communication will be held Tuesday evening
for the third degree.
Labanon Lodge No. 7 will not confer any de
grees Fridav evening, as very important busi
ness will occupy the attention of the lodge at
Washington Centennial Lodge No. 14 will
confer the first aud second degrees Wednesday
evening, aud will hold a special communication
Wednesday, the 11th, for the third degree.
A very instructive and highly interesting
lecture was recently delivered in Hope Lodce
No. 20 bv Brother W. T. Bailey. The distin
guished Mason took for his subject "Lily
Work," and treated it in a masterly and eloquent
La Favette Lodge No. 19 will confer the third
degree Thursday evening. The officers of the
Grand Lodge have accepted the invitation ex
tended bv Worshipful Brother James IT. Wardle,
and will confer the degree, the Most Worshipful
Grand Master James A. Sample presiding.
At the meeting of the Grand Lodge Wednes
day evening the second aud third decrees were
exemplified. There was a large attendance pres
ent to witness the work. Unless some contin
gency should arise the Grand Lodge will not
meet again until November, when 'the annual
communication will be held.
At the last meetiug of Evaneelist Chapter of ,
Rose Croix the eighteenth degree was worked.
Robert De Bruce Council of Kadosh conferred
the nineteenth and twentieth degrees Tuesday
evening, and on Friday, May 30, worked the
twenty-first degree. The work in Mithras Lodge
Tuesday evening will be the fourth aud fifth de
grees. Potomac Commaudery will transact routine ,
business Wednesday evening. On last Wednes
day evening this comrnandery was treated to a
genuine surprise, only a few of tho officers in
authority knowing what was forthcoming when
notices were issued for a special conclave on
that date, and the mystery was Eomewhat deep- i
eued when the comrnandery was opened and
closed without any allusion to tho business of
the evening, which, however, was fully ex- .
plained when the ladles who assisted the com- '
inandery at headquarters during the triennial '
entered tho asylum and presented a magnificent '
comrnandery bauuer to the organization. The
beautiful and costly gift was handsomely em- '
blazoned with tho insignia of the commander',
and will be treasured by the Georgetown Sir ,
Knights as the dearest of their most precious ,
Almas Temple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,
decided at the meeting of last Monday evening
to hold stated assemblies quarterly. On June 23
every Shrlner is expected to join the procession
to Pittsburg, where tho Imperial Council will
hold a special meeting. Action was also taken
relative to limiting tho membership, and for rea
sons best known to the Temple the limit was
fixed at three hundred and ten. This figure is
purely mystical, but as The Sunday Heuai.d is
somewhat of a free lance in Shrine mysteries it
Is eminently proper that its readers should bo
let into tho secret. This, however, can only bo
done with the greatest caution, and when tho fact
is communicated that in tho snowy beard of
Haroun Al Is Askid, Grand Ziker and Sullmau
of Bagdad, there were only a like number of
gray and venerable hairs it is hoped that no ob
ligations have been broken aud no vital secrets
The namo Osiris, which has been adopted by
Lodge No. 20, is of very ancient origin and is
taken from one of the chief figures of Egyptian
mythology. Osiris was tho child of Jupiter and
Juno, and Is identical with the Dionysus of the
Greeks The Egyptians believed him to bo
wedded to Isis, who was tho chief goddess of
tho Egyptiau mvsteries, the symbol of nature,
aud tho mother imd uur60 of all things. From
this connection probably resulted tho introduc
tion into tho initiation of tho mysteries of Ibis,
of tho tradegy of Osiris, which were conducted
by, tho priests of Lsis with irreat pomp and cere
monial during tho zenith of tho popularity of
the mystic rites of tho goddess of tho Nile.
Tho ceremouy cousl6ted of funeral rites, ex
pressive of the wildest grief on account of his
death: a search for his body, which at last was
found: the return of 06iris to life, and the des
truction of Typllon, his assassin. Tho myste
ries Qf Osiris and Isis were highly elevating and
Instructive to the Egyptians and were tho
parent of the Grecian rites which afterward
represented a death and a resurrection. Most
writers who have expressed an opinion on this
subject seem to think that the legend had solely
an astronomical sense, and simply meant tho
contest between light and darkness, tho con
servative and destroying powers of nature.
The Osirian mysteries had, however, a greater
meaning. They shadowed forth the great mys
tery of the world, the conflict between vice and
virtue, between good and evil. The new lodge
starting under 6uch favorable auspices has tho
bust wishes of the 6istcr lodges of this jurisdiction.
Independent Order of Odd Follows.
Naomi Lodge No. 1, Daughters of Rcbekah,
meet to-morrow night.
Magcncnu Encampment No. 4 conferred the
Royal Purple degrco on one candidate.
Ruth Lodge No. 2, Daughters of Rcbekah,
held n short business session on Wednesday.
Capt. Joseph Burroughs, of Canton B, drills
his canton each second and fourth Monday
Martha Washington Lodge No. 3, Daughters
of Rcbekah, intend having a garden party at
Brother Fleming's shortly.
Canton C was visited by Maj. Chauncey, who
took an active part intho"drill,as Capt. Shackel
ford was suffering with a severe cold.
Columbian Encampment No. 1 conferred tho
Patriarchal degree on two candidates aud the
Golden Rule degree on five candidates last Wed
The compiler of news for this column would
bo greatly assisted if secretaries or others inter
ested would send him notes of events in their
Union Lodge No. 11, on Capitol Hill, continue
the initiation of new members, so that their
numbers will probably reach 250 by the next
meeting of the brand Lodge.
Cut the Teachers' Free European Trip coupon
out of to-day's Sunday Hekald and put in a
vote for some school teacher of your acquaint
ance who you think would like to spend a vaca
tion In Europe.
Tho grand visitations for the week will be to
Martha Washington Lodge No. 3, Daughters of
Rebekah, Georgetown, on Tuesday, and Me
chanics' Lodge No. IS at "Our Hall," George
town, on Friday.
On account of the rain on Monday last the
visitation to Excelsior Lodge No. 17 was slimly
attended. The officers of the lodge were found
to bo well up in tho work and were so reported
to the Grand Master.
Brother George II. Andrews, of Ligonla
Lodge No. 5, Portland, Me., who temporarily
resided In this city during the past winter, has
returned to his native State aud opened the
Centennial House, Scarborough Beach.
Columbia Lodge No. 10 received the Grand
Master and other grand officers on the 27th in
stant. After the examination in the secret
work the lodge was addressed by Georce F.
Pollock, Past Grand of Harmony Lodge No. 9.
Patriarch John Lightell, of Magenenu En
campment No. 4, who has been in the care of
Keystone Encampment No. 57, of Philadelphia,
and for the past two months under the care of
Fidelity Encampment No. 50, of Brooklyn, died
last Sunday morning, and was buried bv a com
mittee from the latter encampment on Wednes
The name of Miss Irene Trexler, conductor of
Naomi Lodge No. 1, Daughters of Rebekah, was
unintentionally omitted In these notes in last
Sunday's Herald. The examination of this
excellent officer proved her knowledge of tho
work and deserving the compliments which
were amply bestowed on her by the Grand
Master aud'Graud Representative."
The sympathies of Odd Fellows were aroused
in March, 1SS9, at the arrest of Brother Herman
Kempinski, of Steuben Lodge No. S3, of Bridge
port, Conn., when on a visit to his homo in
Kouin, Russia. The effort then made for his
release was unsuccessful, which since then has
not relaxed, and through the influence of Secre
tary of State Blaine his release has been secured,
and he is now enjoying the pleasure of again
being at his adopted home with his wife and
I Fred D. Stuait Encampment No. 7 were com-
j pliraented by a visit of a large delegation from
Marley Encampment No. 0, of Alexandria, Va.
1 The visitors included the Grand Patriarch and
Grand Scribe of Virginia, who happened to bo
on a visit to that ancient city. The officers of
Marley Encampment conferred the Royal Purple
degree on one of their own candidates, after
which short speeches were made by Past Grand
Representatives John T. Given, Oliver Dufour,
M. D. Brainard, Fred A. Stier, and several of
the visitors. A bountiful supply of strawberries
and cream was spread in the Blue Room, which
all were invited to paitake of freely.
Independent Order Mechanics.
Put in a vote for your favorite school teacher
in The Heuai.d's grand free vacation trip to
Brother James K. Garner is the heavy-weight
of Columbia Lodge No. 1, and Past Master
Peter Hahn is the light-weight champion.
Senior Master Otto Schlouter, Junior Master
M. W. Plager, Conductor G. W. Berry, and
Chaplain Ezra Froth are efficient officers in the
Columbia Lodge No. 1 would like to know
what has become of the Grand Lodge officers,
as they have not been to see the old mother
lodge for some time.
Lafavette Lodge No. 13 held an Interesting
meetiug Thursday, May 29, with Worthy Mas
ter W. L. Kllnehause in the chair. Brother E.
M. Edwards, who Is temporarily residing In
Ashcvillc, N. C, will arrive here next Wednes
day, and will receive his third or Master's de
gree. Ho leaves tho city again ou tho following
Saturday. A unanimous vote of thanks was
tendered Brother II. Benzler for his generous do
nation on tho 22d, tho night of eutertalnlng La
fayette Lodge No. 7, of Baltimore. Past Mas
I ter Julian Wall, of Friendship Lodge No. 7,
i and Past Master Whitlock, of Baltimore, were
1 Anchor Lodge No. 9 at its regular meeting
Monday had a good attendance, Past Master
; Alex. Evans in tho chair. Brother Capner was
quite 6ick during the week. Past Master J. P.
Hall, who has been ill five weeks, was reported
improving. Tho committee on the entertain
ment to be given by this lodge on Monday night
1 next made its final report. It will bo tho occa-
i slon of the closing of the contest for two prizes,
I a ladles' gold watch and a crayon portrait. Tho
' contest has been going on for tho past two
1 months. The one receiving tho largest number
I of vote6 will receive tho gold watch, and tho
next highest will receive an order for a crayon
I portrait. Vice Grand Architect R. B. Wilson
was the only visitor.
Columbia Lodge No. 1 met Tuesday evening,
I with Juulor Master M. W. Plager in tho chair.
Application for membership was received from
I Robert G. Tinkler. Brother C. Nelson received
, the third degree. A new sick committee, to
' servo four weeks, was appointed, as follows:
j E. R. Aldrich, S. W. Brunner, C. W. Cooksey,
and Georiro H. Dean. Tho following were ap
pointed a committee to arraugo for tho annual
picnic: J. W. Kldwcll, G. W. Berry, M. W. Pla
ger, A. Chrlstcusen, aud C. Nelson. Tho fol
lowing were appointed tho recruiting committee
for tho ensuing week: Samuel W. Brunner, Wil
liam II. Bonnlni, James E. Bailey, Georgo W.
Berry, Edward Bawsel, William L. Courtney,
John Christman, William Chamberlain, Nelson
C. Carr, Samuel C. Carter, Thomas M. Crown,
Albert R. Cntor, William E. Clapp, O. W. Cook
soy, William M. Cassell, O. A. Cox, Anthon
Christenscn, John II. Duvall, Charles W. Dou
nldson, Howard M. Do Atlcy. George H. Dean,
Robert E. Durrah, and T. O. Dale.
Independent Order of llcehnbites.
Subscribe for Tin: Heuai.d.
Purity Tent No. 4 (Ladies' Branch) Is boom
ing the excursion.
Western Tent No. 105 is rapidly recovering
from its recent indisposition.
Tho Grand Tent meets at Odd Fellows' Hall,
Navy Yard, next Friday night.
Tho Friendship Juniors hnvc another candi
date for initiation and other important business
From tho present outlook tho District will bo
largely represented at tho High Tent atllagers
town in July.
Eagle Tent No. 2, always gallant, proposes to
extend all posslblo assistance to Purity Tent
No. 4 In tho excursion project.
Redemption Tent No. 144 is prospering finely
since removing to Masonic Hall, Virginia ave
nue aud Fifth street southwest.
Rechabitcs who have friends engaged in
school teaching in the District should voto for
them in The Sunday Heuai.d's contest for a
free vacation excursion to Europe. Read all
the particulars on another page.
At Purity Tent No. 4 (Ladies' Branch,) Odd
Fellows' Hall, Navy Yard, last Monday even
ing, the good-of-ordcr programme consisted of
remarksby Pnst High Deputy Ruler Thomas S.
Dunn, solo by Miss Clara Price, Past Chief
Ruler; remarks by Brother George Allen aud
Georeo J. Murray; reading by Mrs. Lida Mur
ray, Senior Past Chief Ruler; remarks by Past
Ruler Clarence Mills, song by Mrs. Mary Cecil,
remarks by Sisters Allen, Southwlck, and
Williams, aud Brother A. A. Allison.
Friendship Tent No. 73, Red Men's Hall,
Monday evening, was favored with a good at
tendance or members ana visitors,
first-class Initiation and conferring
grees, encouraging remarks were
Grand Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford.
all the de
rotary W. J. Webb. Grand Representative J. L,
Wright, Brother J. L. Rodier, Past Chief Ruler
A. B. Hurlbut, Past High Chief Ruler J. J.
Murray, Deputy Ruler A. J. Eaton, Grand Sec
retary L. II. Pa'tterson. Brothers Samuel Ellis
and W. Irving Hutchlns, Past Chief Ruler R.
n. Cooke, and Levlte Samuel Sweltzer. Three
candidates for to-morrow night.
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Lctlcr-IIciids, Bill-Heads, and
Legal lllanks, Circulars,
Ball and Excursion Souvenirs.
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When I say euro I do not mean merely to stop
them for a time and then have them return again.
I mean a radical cure. I liavo made tho disease
of FITS, EPILEPSY, or FALLING SICKNESS a
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1800," will be received at tho Bureau of Provi
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ton, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon Juno 21, lHiO.and
publicly opened Immediately thereafter, to fur
nish and deliver 370 tons anthruclto coal at Na vnl
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ut Naval Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 355
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at Navy YardDIspensury. League Island, Pa.; 80
tons anthracito coul at Naval Hospital, Wash
ing, D. C.;0 tons unthracitocoal at Navy Yard
Dispensary, Wushlnuton, D. O.; 40 tons unthra
cltocoal at Museum of Hygiene, Washington,
D. C.;275 tons anthracito coal at Naval Hospital.
Norfolk, Va.; 10 tons unthraclto coal at Naval
Hospital, Pensueolu, Fla., and 300 tons bitumin
ous and 12 tons unthraclto coul at Naval Hospi
tal, Maro Island, Cul. Blank forms of proposals
will bo furnished on application to thd "Bureau,
or to the Medical Olllcer in charge of the ubove
uumed Naval Hospitals. Tho coal roust in all
cases conform to tho Navy standard and pass tho
usual naval Inspection. Tho Department re
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SCENERY. MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT
m , , IN EFFECT MAY 11. 1SP0.
Trainslcavo Washington, fromStation,corner of
Sixth and B streets, as follows:
For Pittsburg and tho West, Chicago Limited
Expressof Pullman Vcstlbuled Cars, utlO.GOA.M.
dally; Fast Line, 10.50 A. M. dally to Columbus
and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Pitts
burg to Columbus; daily, except Saturday, to
Chicago, with SlccplngCai Altoonato Chicago;
St. Louis. Chicago, and Cincinnati Express, 3.80
P. M. daily. Parlor Car Washington to Harris
burg, aud Sleeping Cars Harrisburg to St. Louis.
Chicago, and Cincinnati, and Dining Car Harris
burg to St. Louis. Western Express, at 7:40
P. M. daily, with Sleeping Cnrs Washington
to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting daily
at Harrisburg with through Sleepers for Louis
ville and Memphis. Pacino Express, 10.00 p. m.
daily, for Pittsburg nnd tho West, with through
Sleemorto Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC KAILHOAIi.
For Kano, Canandalgua, Rochester, and Ninjr.
nra Falls daily except Sunday, 8.10 A. M.
For Brio, Canandalgua, and Rochester daily:
in mPt?? nnd,NJWara daily, except Saturday,
Rochester'' Seeping Car Washington to
ForWillfamsport,LockHaven,and Elmlra at
10.50 A.M. daily exceptSunday. "-a.at
For Wllliamsport, dally, 3:30 P. M.
n For Philadelphia. Now York and the East, 7.20.
0.00. 11.00. and 11.40 A.M., 2.10,3.15, 4.20. 5 40
10.00, 11.20 P. M. On Sunday, 9.00, 11 40A.M !
2.10, 3.15. 4.20, 10.00, and 11.20 P. M. Limited Ex
press of Pullman Parlor Cars. 9.40 A.M. daily
except Sunday, and 5.00 P.M. daily, with Din
For Philadelphia only, Fast Express 8.10 A. M
week days, and 4.00 P. M. daily. Express, Sunday
only, 5.40 P. M.
For Boston withoutchange 3.15 P. M. every day
For Brooklyn, N. Y..all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boatsof BrooklynAnnex
affordlngdlrecttransfer to Fultonstreet, avoid!
tng double ferriage across New York City.
For Atlantic City, 11.40 A.M. week days. 11.20
P. M. daily.
ForBaltlmore,0.35,7.20,8.10,9,9.40.10. 10.50 11
nndll.4U A. M 12.05, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4 4.20. 4 30
5, 5.40, 0. 7.40. 10. and 11.20 P. M On Sunday. 9
9.05, 10.50. 11.40 A. M., 2.10,3.15, 3.30,474.20 5,
5.40, 6. 7.40. 10. and 11.20 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.20 A. M.and 4.30P. M.
daily, except Sunday.
ForAnnnpolis, 7.20 and 9:00 A. M 12.05, and
4.20 P.M., dally, except Sunday. Sundays. 4.20
' WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In Etfect May 11. 1890.
For Alexandria, 4.30. 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 9.45,10.57 A.
M.. 12.04 noon, 2.05, 3.30, 4.25, 4.55, 6.01.6.02,10 05
and 11.30 P. M. On Sunday at 4.30. 7.45, 0.45. 10 57
A. M. 2.30, 0.01, 8.02, and 10.05 P.M. --1"-0'
Accommodation for Ouantlco,7.45 A.M. and
4.55 P. M. week-days; 7.45 A. M. Sundavs.
For Richmond and thoSouth.4.30, 10.67 A. M.
dally. Accommodation 4.55 P. M. week days.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washingtori.d.06.
7.05,8,9.10. 10.15, 11.07A. M.; 1.20, 3, 3.50T 5.10 0.05
7.05, 9.20, 10.37, and 11.08 P. M. On Sunday at
0.1Pand 11.07 A. M.; 2.00, 5.10, 7.05. 7.29, 9.20 and
10.37 P. M.
Tickets and information at the office, northeast
corner Thirteenth street andPennsylvaniaave.
nucand at thestation, where orders can be left
forthecheckingof baggage to destination from
hotels and residences.
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BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedulo in effect May 11, 15P0.
Leave Washington from Station corner of New
Jersey avenue and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuied Lim
ited express daily 11:30 A.M., express 9:30 P. M.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, ex
press dally 3:30 and 11:30 P. M.
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express daily 9:30
A. M.and 8:40 P.M.
For Lexington and points in the Shenandoah
Valley. 11:30 A.M.
For Winchester nnd way Stations t5:50 P. M.
a or ijiirny, enu i jh.
For Baltimore, week days, 4:05, 5:00, 0:35,7:20,
7:30. 8:00, 8:30. 9:30. (11:00,12:00, 45 minutes,) A. M.,
12:10, 2:15. 2:50. (15 minutes,) 3:15. (.45 minutes.)
3:25, 4:20. 4:30, 4:32. 4:50. 5:30. 0:00, 0:15. 0:20, 7:30, 8:35,
9:50. 10:30, anf 11:00 P. M. Sundavs, 4:05. 7:20,
7:30, 8:30, 0:30 A. M., 12:00. (45 minutes.) 1:10, 2:15,
2:50, (45 minutes,) 3:25. 4:20. 4:32. 1:50, (45minutes,)
(i:00, 0:15. 0:20, 7:30, 8:35. 10:30, and 11:00 P. M.
For Way Stations botween Washington and
Baltimore, 5:00, 0:35, 8:30 A. M 12:10. 3:25,4:32, 0:20,
11:00P.M. Sundays, 8:30 A.M., 1:10. 3:25.4:32.
6:20, 11:00 P. M.
Trainslcavo Baltimore lor Washington, week
days, at 5:00, 0:20, 0:30, 7:15, 7:20. 8:00, 8:30,
8:35, 0:30, and 10:20, 10:35 A. M.; 12:10, 1:00. 2:10
2:30, 2:50, 4:15,5:00.0:00,0:20.7:00, 7:30. 8:20, 830, 9:00,
10:10,10:20, and 11:00 P.M. Sundays 0:30,7:15,
8:30, 8:35, 0:30,10:20.10:35 A.M.: 1:00, 1:05, 2:10,
2:30,4:15. 5:00. 0:20,7:00.7:30.8:20,6:30,10:10.10:20,
and 11:00 P. M.
For Annapolis, 0:35 and 8:30 A. M 12:10 and
4:20 P. M. Sundays, 8:30 A. M., 4:32 P. M.
Leave Annapolis (1:10, 8:30 A. M 12:05 aud 3:50
P. M. Sundays, 8:30 A. M.,4:00 P. M.
For Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, 0:30,
8:30 A.M.. 1:15 P.M. For prlncipalstatlonsonly,
tl0:40 A. M.. 1:30 and t5:30 P. M.
For Rookvlllo and Way Stations, 4:35 P. M.
10:00, H1:00 A. M 1:00, 3:00, 5:35, 9:15, 10:00,
11:00 P. M.
For Boyd's nnd intermediate stations, "-7:00
Church train loaves Washington on Sunday at
1:151. M stopping at all stations on Metropoli
For Frederick. 0:30, 8:30, 9:30, 11:30 A. M.,.
1:15, 3:30, 4:30 P.M.
ForHugerstown,ll:30A. M. and 5:30 P. M.
Trains arrive from Chicago daily 11:45 A. M. and
4:10 P.M.; from Cincinnati and St. Louis daily
3:50 A. M. and 2:05 P. M.; from l'lttsburg 7:10 A. .
M.. 5:50 P. M. dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVI
SION. For Now York, Trenton, Newark, and Eliza
beth, N. J., 4:05. 8:00, 10KX). 12:00 A. M., 2:50
4:50, and "10:30 P. M. Bullet Parlor Carson all
day trnlns. Sleeping Car outho 10:30 P. M.,open
at 9:00 P. M.
For Phlludolphla, '4.05. 8.00. 10.00.12.00 noou,
2.50, 4.50, O.IS, and 10.30 P. M.
For Nowark. Del., Wilmington, and Chester,
4.05. 8.00 A. M., "12.00 noon. 2.50, 4.50, '0.15, .
and '10.30 P. M. ,
For intermedlato points between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, 5:00 and 7:20 A.M., 12:10,
Trains leavo Now York for Washington, '9:00,
11:30 A. M.. '2:00, '3:20, '5:00 P.M., and 12;15
Trains leavo Philadelphia for Washington
4:24. '8:15, '10:15, '11:35 A M 1:40, '4:31. '5:55,..
7:32P.M. . ..
ForAtlnntlo City, '4:05 A.M., ami i-.uu ji.
tExceptSunday. 'Daily. JSunday only.
Baggagecallcd for andcheokcdiromhotel6and
residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders left'
and ut depot. , .
OHAS.O. SCULL, Gen, Pass. Ag't.
J.T. ODELL, General Muuugf'n