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THESUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S90.
-Crcoloan charmers, IfcyiHtgtt mchwiHreswi,
nnd emancipated eunuchs, nt KertHtN, nr swrc
to open American eyi'S.
Do not fnll to read the ndrrrltfemwK of
ctirslon to California on nuothcr rir.
The Knights of SU AuguMlne OomHMMtors
No. 2. colored, nt n meeting btwwk iMMMHeO
resolutions of regret nt tho death ot .InttH fiojr"
O'Bellly, ttio joot and Journalist.
Splendid new brick dwolllng, No. 1H New
Ilnmpshlro nvenuo, near Washington Circle
will bo sold nt public miction, by M war. Dun
ennson Bros.. Sept 11, IfW. at & o'clock. lbr tur
thcr pnrtlculnrs eco miction sale.
At n meeting Tucsdny evening the Veteran
olnnteer Fireman's Association eomplctd ar
rangements for their contemplated trip to Ches
ter, Fa., on tbe 18th Instant, to attend the Penn
sylvania Stnto Firemen's Convention.
New two-story, seven-room brick houso. No.
2320 M street north west, will bo sold nt miction
on Tuesday afternoon, September 0, at 5 o'clock,
by Bntcllffe. Darr & Co. For terms, etc., eco
their advertisement In auction column.
A bill has bocn favorably reported from tho
House District Committee prohibiting tho grant
log of liquor licenses within ono mllo of the
The first after-vacation meeting or National
ist Club No. 1 was held Wednesday ovonlng.
The question of nationalization of railroads was
discussed. At next Wednesday evening's meet
ing Mr. J. L. McCreery will talk on "Tho lncon
slstenclcs or Nationalism."
Do not fail to rend the advertisement of ex
cursion to California on another page.
A permit has been issued for the erection of
a six-story annex to tho Builders' Exchange at a
In a drunken row at tho nierry-go-roun
near North Capitol and N streets Wednesday
night William Cook was dangerously stabbed In
tho stomach by Solomon Williams, need seven
teen. Cook Is twenty-seven years old.
Mr. Alexander Porter Morse has written to
tho District Commission complaining of tho filthy
condition In which ho found the streets of Wash
ington on recently returning hero from his vaca
tion. Compared with the streets of Boston nnd
some smaller cities which he has visited, he de
clares that our streets arc ill-kept nnd unsightly.
The correct fall styles in men's hats are now
on sale at Auerbach's two stores, 623 Pennsylva
nia avenue and Fifteenth street, corner N. Y. ave.
Do not fall to read the advertisement of ex
cursion to California on another page.
A bill has boon favorably reported from tho
House District Committee intended to settle tho
controversy over Mrs. Colo's bay window In a
manner favorable to that lady. The bill pro
vides that in all cases In which tho Commission
ers have, on lots ot overthirty-fivofeetfroutnge,
granted permits to extend buildings beyond tho
bounds of private ownership the authority of tho
Commissioners is ratified.
The House District Commltteo has favorably
reported a 0111 granting the Veteran "Volunteer
Fireman's Association the uso of tho old engine
house at the corner of Nineteenth and II streets.
The celebration of Labor Day on Monday last
was a success in every way. There was a big pa
Tado and a number of picnics and excursions un
der the auspices of the different labor organiza
tions. The National Fenclbles will give nn evening
excursion to Marshnll Hall on the steamer Mao
alcster to-morrow evening. The boat will leave
tho wharf at 0:30. A thoroughly enjoyable oc
casion may be expected.
Do not fail to read the advertisement of ex
cursion to California on another page.
The marshes along the river have been alive
all the week with reedbird shooters. Tho season
opened on Monday morning, and plenty of good
bags have been secured.
Mr. Southern K. Golden, supervisor of the
Herdic Company, died on Monday evening after
a lingering illness.
At the last regular business meeting of the
National Feucibles they decided to abandon
their trip to Atlanta on account of Capt. Domer's
inability to accompany them. Nevertheless,
they will give an excursion to Marshall Hall to
morrow evening on tho steamer Macalester.
All will hail with delight tho announcement
that the popular National Bides will give an
other of their delightful excursions Wednesday
evening, September 10. on tho steamer Macales
ter to Marshall Hall. This one takes the place
of the one that was to be given in August, but
was prevented by the rain. It is needless to say
that all greatly enjoy these excursions who are
so lortunato as to attend.
The regular monthly meeting of Pressmans'
Union No. 1, 1. P. P. U.. was held at Bed Men's
Hall last evening. The Union was addressed by
tho President and Secretary Treasurer of the
International body. From reports received they
felt very much encouraged. Mr. Alton B. Carty
their delegate to Boston, made his report, which
was very well received. Tho Convention ad
journed to meet at Detroit, Mich., next year.
The greatest opportunity over extended to
the public to obtain fine household furniture and
rare, unique, and costly articles will bo offered
Thursday. September 11, at 10 A. M.. at houso 010
Fourteenth street northwest, by tho well-known
auctioneer, Thomas Dowllng. Tho owner, well
knowii as an enthusiastic gatherer of rare and
unlquo articles, being engaged in other pursuits,
has Instructed him to sell at auction, without re
serve, rnro and choice antique paintings, fine old
china, glassware, plate, etc., formerly owned
and used by Thomas Jefferson, tho Custfs family,
and Gen. It. E. Lee, Count Cntacazy, Hon.
Charles Sumner, ox-Governor A. K. Shepherd,
ox-Governor Thomas Swann, Benjamin Holll--day,
etc., also lino modern paintings, water
colors, engravings, rare pieces of sculpture from
Centennial Exhibition, French marble clocks,
real bronzes, Japanese ware. Also parlor and
bed-room furniture, extra choice mirror-front
ioldlng bed, handsomo hat rack, moquette, body
Brussels, etc., carpets, matting, Smyrna und
other rugs, mirror-front buffet, black walnut
extension UIningtnble.rlc.il inlaid and glltcentro
and other tables, cut-glass decanters, real hair
mattresses, bedding, lace curtains, portieres, wall
cabinets, case stuffed birds, lire-proof iron safe,
office desk, chair, etc., silk plush chairs from
Hamilton Fish's mansion, etc. All of tho arti
cles arc firist class, and persons wanting rare and
curious articles and lino furnlturo have hereby a
splendid opportunity to possess tho same, as the
owner is desirous of closing theinout and with
Slnt-Oiittin Burglars Cuiiglit.
KarJy Saturday morning tho grocery store at
1203 13 street northwest was entered by burglars,
who effected an entrance from tho rear by cut
ting out slats In tho 6hutter. The work was
neatly done. Tho burglars rilled tho money
box. 6toIo cigars and whisky, and got off with
a SO check on the Second National Hank.
Officers Wecden and Golway took up tho'case
and yesterday arrested John Hopkins, a colored
man, nnd Oeorgo Coleman, white, as tho burg
lars. Coleman took tho check to tho bank and
had it cashed, while they sold the cigars and
whisky. Both are professionals and the good
work of tho two officers deserves commenda
tion. Tho prisoners are locked up in tho First
Talk About tho McKinloy'Bill.
ICopynght by New York Associated Press.!
Ueuu.n, Sept. 0. A committee of American
consuls, at a meeting here, presided' .over by
Consul General Edwards, approved of tho de
cisions of the Frankfort and Paris meetings In
favor of nn equal application of the provisions
of the McKInloy bill to all European countries.
Ocuan Mall Subsidy Kill.
Chairman Bingham, from tho Houso Com-
'inittee on Post Offices, yesterday presented to
tho Houso tho report of tho committee upon
tho Senate bill to provide for au ocean mall
service between the United States and foreign
ports aud to promote commeico. Tho report,
which is voluminous, contains a number of
statistical tables to demonstrate tho decadence
of American shipplug and tho necessity for Its
encouragement at proposed by the bill, and it
ideals with this Important question lu the most
.offensively partisan spirit.
t SHAM IiABOIV HILLS.
Meftfttirr 1'immI "Which Mnko IUntto.ru
Womb Tlmn Thoy Aro nt t'rescnt.
The Hohs ot Representatives was very
Mw ftlKKtt RiTlnK any attention nt all to labor
WIK and saw that a few lnbor bills have
Fft(l Mm House the work has been dono in
a war Uut h eminently unsatisfactory to those
l wko Interest the bills had been introduced.
Here I Wow Mr. 11. J. Schuttcrs, of tho Feder
ation of Labor, Mima up the labor legislation of
"The paragraph In Speaker Heed's Portland
speech eMernlnx; lnltor lobulation would bo
amuMtiR If It were not of such serious Import to
American worklngmen. Mr. Heed says: 'Not
wltuttandlne the fact that by far tho greater
number of Journals which roprcsent organized
labor are ajralnst the Republican party, notwlth
atandliiK (lie fact that their committee on
legislation departed declaring, some ot
them, that no legislation could bo had
from tho Hepubllcau House, It remains a
fact that every bill which they presented, with
out an exception, has been taken up, considered,
debated and, xritkpntper amemhncntt, hns been
paused, A dispute also arising out of tho first
eight-hour law, a dlsputo lu which this District
Is Interested, which has been lit fore Congress
long before my day, has by this Houso been sent
for Judicial determination to tho Court of
Claims, and, If tho Senate shall ngrce, that
vexed question shall bo settled by n court ot law
and the men Interested will receive their Just
dues or know that they never hadnny.'
The proper amendments to which ho refers
aro: First, the Cutcheon amendment, which,
by striking out tho words 'or permit,' legalizes
any number ot hours per day instead of cnorc
ii.7 eight hours as a day's labor on Government
work-, thus nullifying the present eight-hour
lnw. Second, tho l'ayson amendment of .ho
alien contract labor law, which, by Inserting
tho word 'knowingly,' makes that act
nugatory. utterly preventing its en
forcement by tho Treasury officials.
Third, tho Hrowcr amendment of tho bill pro
viding for tho adjustment of accounts of labor
ers, workincu, and mechanics arising under tho
eight-hour law, under which no man can ever
recover a dollar for work done In excess of eight
hours, though such work was done under pro
test or compulsion, and in violation of existing
law. Tho words lor implied' In the Brewer
amendment make this net null and void.
uTo recapitulate; The eight-hour law as
amended by tho Houso of Representatives Is
not an eight-hour law. Second, the alien
contract labor law as amended does not pro
hibit tho Importation of aliens under contract.
Third, tho Light-hour Back-pay bill as amended
doesnot giro back pay to anybody.
"Tho intelligence of tho American working
man has not been sized up correctly bv the
Speaker and his Commltteo on Rules in their
olevonth-hour effort. It la too late lu the ses
sion to have It corrected by the Senate, and It Is
sure to prove a big buncombe boomerang."
CANADA IS A MARPLOT.
United States Senator Talking About Ro
Hentiuent and Itetallatlon.
Senator Spoouer moved yesterday an amend
ment to tho Tariff bill providing that there
shall be levied and collected upou all coffee,
green, from tho Dominion of Canada 10 per
cent, ad valorem, and upou all coiTee, roasted
or ground, from the Dominion of Canada three
cents per pound and 10 per cent, ad valorem.
Mr. Spooner confessed that there was more
of feeling than there was of substance lu tho
amendment which ho had offered. But there
was no good neighborship characterizing tho
intercourse of Canada with the United States.
In American relations with Great Britain Can
ada was a marplot, and it the United States
ever had trouble with Great Britain it would be
because of the selfishness and unfriendliness of
Canada. By her customs tariff of March 29,
1890, coffee, green, imported from tho United
States, was made dutiable at 10 per cent., and
coffee, loasted or ground, Scents a pound and
10 per cent, ad valorem, but coffee was admitted
free coming from any other country. He would,
from this time on, extend to Canadian ships no
hospitality which Canada did not extend to
American ships. His object in offering the
amendment was to resent tho discrimination
made by Canada In her recent legislation against
the United States.
Mr. Cullom condemned the policy which had
resulted lu having importations from China and
Japan brought Into the United States throuah
Vancouver and over the line of the Canadian
Mr. Hoar reminded the Senate that It was the
claim and belief of a largo portion of the Can
adian people that the Canadian Pacific Railway
was being operated more in the interest of
Americans than of Canadians.
Mr. Pugh argued that the effect of Mr.
Spooner's amendment would bo to give a mo
nopoly of the coffee transportation to tho
American trunk lines, and would to that ox
tent interfere with the useful and necessary
rivalry between tho American and Canadlau
Tho amendment was voted down.
TO OPPOSE GEX. LEE.
An Independent "Will Kun In the Eighth
Tho campaign lu tho Eighth Virginia District
will this year bo an unusually hot and Interest
ing one. It Is now practically settled that Gen.
Leo will have an Independent Democratic can"
dldato to oppose him. The IIeh.vld mnkes this
announcement on tho best authority. It Is un
derstood that the Republicans will make no
regular nomination, and If this proves to
bo the case tho chances of tho Inde
pendent winning will be good.
Tho campaign in tho Eighth District has
been formally opened by tho nomination of
Gen. W. II. F. Leo for a third term. The
methodsiemployed to secure his nomination do
not seem' to be approved of by a large and re
spectable portion of tho Democratic voters of
the district. They charge that In many In
staucos tho former usages of the party in call
ing conventions and selecting delegates have
been Ignored, and that a few self-constituted
bosses selected delegates whom they knew to
bo favorablo to Gen. Lee, therebv preventing a
fair and free expression of public sentiment.
These methods havo been heretofore submitted
to for tho sako of harmony within the party,
but this year a good many people in tho Eighth
District aro disposed to 6how their resentment
by casting their vote for other than the regular
Prepayment ol" Interest Offered.
Tho Secretary of tho Treasury yesterday is
sued a circular offerlug to prepay without re
bate (between September 10 and October 10)
the interest maturing January 1, 1891, on tho
registered aud coupon bonds of tho 4 per ceut.
loan ot 1907.
Tho interest due October 1, 1890, on regis
tered bonds of the 4 per cent, loan will bo paid
as soon as the checks can ho prepared. They
will be mailed to the payees on or about the
Tho Collision in Chesapeake Bay.
Baltimore, Mb., Sept, 0. Additional 6ults,
aggregating $117,000. wore docketed to-day In
the City Court against tho Baltimore Steam
Packet Cpmpany aud tho Tolchester Steamboat
Company, growing out of the recent collision of
the steamers Louise and Virginia, in which fif
teen lives wero lost. The owners of tho steamer
Virginia filed a libel in the United States Circuit
Court agalust the steamer Louise to recover
AL T5A U Grli S opeba housk
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 8. 1890.
Engagement ot tho Brilliant Actress, Miss
and Hor Excellent Company.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday Night
and Wednesday Matinfe.
A Grand Revival of Charles Dickens's Wondor
,. fill Story.
Thursday and Friday Nights, tho Delightful
Noxt Wcok Klrnlfy Bros. Grand Production,
ABOUND THE WOULD.
NEW NATIONAL THEATRE.
Every Evening. Wed. and Sat. Matinees.
BEGINNING MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,
Wood fc Shepard,
Frank La Mondue.
Thomas Le Mack,
John A. Coleman,
It. J. Jose.
H. W. Frlllmau,
W. A. Patterson,
Master John Pnrr,
Sept. 15 "TH E DARK SECRET." so7-ltl2
TTAKUIS' 15I.TOU THEATRE.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 8.
THE GREAT ARTIST,
MISS LILLIAN LEWIS,
In her latest success,
Supported by Mr. W. A. "Whitocar.
Next Weck-N. S. WOOD.
V C R W A N ' C NB w WASHINGTON
ilCnilHIl O THEATRE, 11th St.
Week Commencing Monday. Sept. 8.
Ladles' Matlnfcs Tuesday. Thursday, Saturday.
SAM T. JACK'S
Tho Grnco of tho Tropics and the Beauty of
KA Creolean Chariuors C A
lv Egyptian EnclmntiosBcs t)V
EHONY-UUED EUNUCHS FROM
Scenco of Oriental Splendor. Tropical Luxuri
ance, and Secret Pleasures Revealed
to American Eyes.
FALL STYLES IN HATS.
DUNLAP'S NEW YORK STYLES in Silk and
Derby Hats for Fall and Winter Wear now ready.
Black Derbys from 81.50 to S5.
Correct Styles. Popular Prices. Fine Goods.
WILLETT & RXJOFF,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
905 T?2Z?N&TZTLrV A3XI.A. AVE.
We extend a cor.
dial invitation to all
our friends, patrons,
and the public in gen
eral to call and exam
ine our exclusive line
of novelties in wool
ens for fall and winter
wear, which we are
making up at popular
prices. Fit and finish
of every garment
SNYDEB & WOOD,
423 Eleventh Street N. W.
EDWARD E. DROOP,
Calls Attention to His Largo Stock of
CHASE & GAHLER, WHEELOCK. I1RIGGS,
BEHN1NO, AND OTHER
STORY &CLAHK I ADPflWO
OLOUGH ic WARREN I UHlxA-WO.
Sold on Installments. Exchanged, Rented,
Repaired, Timed, Moved, und Stored.
VioIiiiH. ItunjOM, and (iuiinvH.
String a .Specialty.
SHEET MUSIC aud MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
At tho Old Stand, D25 I'etiuu. Ave
.T. C. ABDI SO 1ST,
Succosior to RIDER & ADDISON,
Paper, Blank Books,
(i"7 LouUlumi Avenue,
THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CnlnloKuo Sale ol Xlno XIouho-
liolcl lirnItux'o nnd Ttnre,
Unljio. antl Costly
Tho owner, well-known ns an enthusiastic
jratherer or raro and unique articles, belnsr en
frayed In other pursuits, hns Instructed mo to
sell at auction, without reserve,
Bare ami Choice Antique Paintings,
FINE OLD CHINA,
Glassware, Plate, Etc.,
FORMERLY OWNED AND USED BY
THOMAS JEFFERSON, THE CUR
TIS FAMILY AND GEN. R. E.
LEE, COUNT CATACAZY,
HON. CHAS. SUMNER, EX
GOV. A. R. SHEPHERD,
EX -GOV. THOMAS
Also Fine Modern Paintings. Water Colors,
Engravings, Raro Pieces of Soulpturo from Cen
tennial Exhibition, French Marblo Clocks. Real
Ilronzes, Jnpaneso Wnre; also Parlor nnd Bed
room Furniture, Extra Cholco Mirror-Front
1 oldlng Bed, nandsorao Hat Rack, Moquotte,
Body Brussels, etc., Carpets, Mattings, Smyrna
and other Bugs. Mirror-Front BuHt, Black Wal
nut Extension Dining Tnble, Rich Inlaid and
GlltContro Tables, Cut Glass Decanters, Real
1-Tnf. lutfMOBna llnrlillnn. T n r,..MAl. Tl
tieres, AVall Cabinets, Case Stuffed Birds, Firo
proof Iron Saro, Offlco Desk. Chair, etc., Silk
Plush Chairs from Hamilton Fish Mansion, etc.,
On Thursday, Sept. 11, 185)0,
At 10 O'ClocTeA.M.,
AT HOUSE 610 FOURTEENTH STREET
NORTHWEST, BETWEEN FandG STREETS,
I shall sell tho above effects for cash.
All or tho articles aro first-class, and persons
wanting rare and curious articles and fine furni
ture havo hereby a splendid opportunity to pos
sess tho same, as tho owner Is desirous of closing
them out and without reserve.
N. B. Houso open for Inspection day prior to
salo from 1 to 5 P. M.
, e THOMAS DOWLING.
NEW BRICK DWELLING,
NO. 1103 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE,
Between Dupont aud Washington Circles.
ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON,
SEPTEMBER 11, at 5 O'CLOCK,
We will sell In front of the premises
LOT 6, SQUARE 72,
fronting on Now Hampshire avenue, near L
street, and Improved by a new Press Brick and
Brownstone House. No. 1103, containing 10 rooms
and bath-room, with modern conveniences fur
nace, range, cabinet mantels, etc.
This is a desirable piece of property for a homo
or investment. The attention of thoso desiring a
modern houso is called to this sale.
Terms: One-third cash, balance in one and two
years, notes to bear 0 per cent, interest, payable
seml-annuallr, and to be secured by deed of
trust, or all cash, at option of purchaser. A de
posit of $200 required ot time of sale. Terms to
bo complied with in ten days, otherwise right re
served to resell at risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser after five days' advertisement of such re
sale In some newspaper published in Washing
ton, D. C. Conveyancing, etc., at cost of pur
chaser. Titlo good or no sale.
RATCLIFFE, DARR & CO., Aucts.
New Two-Story Seven-Room
WITH ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS,
CONCHETE CELLAlt, BEING NO. 2320
M STREET NORTHWEST,
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPT. 9,
At 5 o'clock, wo will sell in front of tho premises,
PART LOT 12. SQUARE 37,
fronting 10 feot on M street, between 23d and 21th
streets northwest and running back that width
75 feet, improved by new brick houso containing
7 rooms aud nil modern improvements. This is
an opportunity to secure a homo or nn invest
ment in ono of tho growing sections or tho city,
being near the United States Signal Offlco nnd
just far enough removed from business centre to
mako dcslrablo residence.
Terras: One-third cash, balanco ono and two
3ears with interest at il per cent per annum from
day of salo, secured by deed of trust, or nil cash,
nt option of purchaser. Terms to bo complied
with In fifteen days from salo or right to resell at
risk and cost of defaulting purchaser is reserved.
A deposit of S200 required at tlmo of salo. All
conveyancing, otc, at purchaser's cost.
RATCLIFFE, DARK & CO.,
KS-SKW ENGLAND MUTUAI, 1,1 FE
tSa' Insurnnco Co., Post Offlco Square. Boston,
Mass.. Boston, August 25, 1890. A combination
of tho agencies of the company for tho Stato of
Maryland and tho District of Columbia has been
made. William G. Oberteuffor, Esq., formerly
agent for tho District of Columbia only, has been
unpointed General Agont for tho combined ter
ritory, with olllccs nt Vansant Building, 210 East
Lexington street. Baltimore, Md., aud at Glovor
Building, 1410 F street, Washington, D. C. Re
apcctrully, S. F. THULL, Secretary.
"W. DR-. SIPJEJEfcE,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER,
010 li" STREET NORTHWEST.
Tho BEST and MOST COMPLETEEstabllshment
of tho kind in tho city.
TELEPHONE OALL. 310. fe3-ly
Fourteenth and H Sts. N. W.,
INTERIOR MARBLE WORK, WAINSCOTING
AND TILING. se8-ly0
THE STORAGE WAREHOUSE
-American Socurity and Trust Co.,
, A. T. BRITTON, President,
w...?1 9I,, lftoenth street, between L nnd M.,
III be open to receive Furniture. Carnages, Sil
verware. Rrlc-M-rau, statuary, Wine, Trunks of
Chjthing. and Valuables or all kinds on Storage
Separate Locked Iron Compnrtmonts.
Special lacllltlcs for Storago of Silverware.
Pianos, Mirrors, Pictures, and Books.
Goods or nil DescrlptlonsCarcfully Packed nn
Moved without troublo to owners.
The only Absolutely Fireproof Building In
city not owned by tho Government.
Heroics pass door.
Terms ami full information obtained nt otlto
American Security nr.0 Trust Company, Hlu
street N.W. ALBERT M. READ.
f "ii.tr crftl Mnnnffcr, Wnrehouso Dept.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
TOTHE NORTH, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST
DOUBLETRACK, STEEL RAILS.SPLENDin'
SCENERY. MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT
m , , IN EFFECT MAY 11. I8P0. '
Sixth nnd B streets, as follows:
For Pittsburg and tho West. Chicago Llmlteo
Express of Pullman Vcstlbulo Carsnt 10AO A.M.
dally; last Line, 10:50 A. M. dally to Chlcnun. rAl
nimbus, and St. Louis, with Nliniitr r., f-.,X.
H.riM.nritnTnm.Mn-.lVSV,': ' V"W. ra
bus; Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Ctileago.nnd
Clncmiatl Expreos, 3:30 P. M. dally. Parlor Car
Anshlngton to Hnrrisburg, and Sleeping Cars
Harrlsburg to St. Louis, Chicago, nnd Cincinnati,
nnd Dnlng Car Harrlsburg to St. Louis. Chicago
and Cincinnati. Western Express, at 7:10 i"m.'
daily, with Sccplug Cars Washington to Chicago
and St. Lou s, connecting dally at Harrlsburg
wi'rh th,ro,Vgn 8lecl-'rs for Louisville nnd Mem-
,u.s. uiuiiuu lining vnr rmsuurg to Rlch
motid and Chicago. Pacific Express. 10 P. M.
daily, ror Pittsburg and tho West, with through
SIcJ)E,t?,pJtt9bu,'"inni1 nttsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
l'orK.anc,Cannndalgua, Rochester, und Ning.
urn loUs daily except Sunday, 8.10 A.M.
rJi nrEi ' Canandalgua, nnd Rochester dally;
in nn'V1? an Niagara dally, oxeept Saturday
Rochester SW1 Car Washington to
in1knrtWi1r1,'Sm.sport' Lo& Havcn-and Elmira. at
10.50A. M. dally cxcoptSundny.
For WlHIomsport. dally. 3:30 P. M.
n or.?!!!.mdolnlIa' Now York nna th" Est. 7.20.
9.00, 11.00. .and 11.40 A.M., 2.10,3.15. 4.20, 5.10;
10.00, U.2C P. M. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 A. M
2.10, 126.96.36.199 10.00, and 11.201'.!. Limited Ex-'
press of Pullman Parlor Cars.9.40 A.M.dallr
except Sundav. For New York only. Limited
Enrr$?.' wlt,h,D.,nlnf' Cllr- 5-0 P- M. dally.
For Philadelphia only, Fast Express 8.10 A. M.
week days.and 4.00 P.M.dnlly. tixpress.Sundav
only, 5.40 P. M.
For Boston wiihoutchanpo3.15 P. M. everyday.
For Brooklyn, N. Y.. all through trains con!
nectat Jersey City wlthboatsof Brooklyn Annex
affordlngdirecttransfer to Fultonstreet, avoid!
ing double ferriage across New York City.
For Atlantic City, 11.40 A.M. week days. 11.20
P. M. daily.
For Baltlmore,G.35,7.20,8.10, 9,0.40. 10; 10.50 11
and 11.41 A. M., 12.05, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4. 4.20 A 30
5, 5.40, 6. 7.40. 10. and ll.20 P.M. On Sunday. 9
9.05, 10.50 11.40 A. M.. 2.10, 3.15, 3 30, 4. 4.20 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.
For Annapolis, 7.20 and 9:00 A. M 12.05, and
4.20 P. M., daily, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 4.2C
' WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY
In Effect May 11. 1890.
For Alexandria, 4.30. 0.35, 7.45,8.40,9.45,10.57
M., if So 0??' 3A05'o3-3J- 4'-5' 4-5;j- 8-01- 8-"2. 10.05
and 11.39 P. M. On Sunday at 4.30. 7C45, 9.45. 10 55
A. M. 2.30, 0.01, 8.02, and 10.05 P.M.
Accommodation for Ouantieo.7.45 A.M. and
4.5.1 P. M. week-days; 7.45 A. M. Sundays.
For Richmond and thoSouth. 4.30, 10.67 A. M.
daily. Accommodation 4.55 P. M. week davs.
T-ra,lli8,1,Pavo Alexandria for Washington',b.06,
7.05,8,9 10 10.15, 11.07 A. M.; 1.20, 3, 3.5075.10 0.05
7.05. U.20, 10.37, and 11.08 1. M. On Sunday at
9.10 and 11.07 A.M.: 2.00. 5.10, 7.05, 7.59, 9.20 and
lU.di r. M.
cornerThlrteenth street and Pennsylvania ave.
nu.und atthestatlon, whore orders can bo loft
f or thechecklng of baggage, to d estlnatlon f row
hotels and residences.
f.R.wnnn OnnornlPniwnpMi Wi-ni
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Schedulo In effect Juno20, 1890.
Leave Washington from Station corner of New
, Jersey avenuo and C street.
lor Chicago and Northwest, Vestibuled Llm
Red express dally 11:30 A. M express 9:30P. M.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, ox
press dally 3:30 and 11:30 P.M. '
For Pittsburg and Cleveland, express daily 9:30
A.M. and 8:10 P.M.
For Lexington nnd points In tho Shenandoah
Valley, 11:30 A.M.
For Winchester and way Stations t5:30 P. M.
For Luray. t3:30 und 8:40 P. M.
For Baltimore, weekdays, 4:05, 5:00, 0:35. 7:20.
7:30, (8:00, 45 minutes,) 8:30. 9:30, (11:00, 12:00, 45
minutes.) A. M., 12:10,2:15, (2:50,45 minutes,) (3:15,
45 minutes,) 3:25,4:20, 4:30, 4:32, (4:50. 45. minutes.)
VSAW.' 11 """uic,ji:uu, -:io.i-':i)U, 40 minutes,)3:25.
ad(fe64iiTutes,),j:oo,o:151 b:2' 6'8:35:
For Way Stations between Washington and
Baltimore. 5:00, 0:35, 8:30 A.M., 12:10.3:25?4:U3, 0:20.
11:30 P.M. Sundays, 8:30 A. M.. i:00.'3 25 4:32
0:20,11:30 P.M. 0-.J...0-,
Tralnsleavo Baltimore for Washington. week
days, nt 5:00. 0:20, 0:30, 7:15, 7:20, 8:00, 8:30.
8:35, 9:30, 10:20, and 10:35 A. M.; 12:00. lS.-lfk 2:10
230, 2:50, 4:00. 4:15,5:00,0:00,0:20.7:00. 7:30,8:20,8 30l
0:00, 10:10, 10:20, and 11:00P.M. Sundnys 0 30 7 15
8:30, 8:35, 9:30,10:20.10:35 A.M.; 12:00, 1:05, 2 10
230,4:15. 5:00. 6:20, 7:00. 7:30, 8:20, 8:30, 10;10. 10.:20
and 11:00 P.M.
For Annapolis, 0:35 nnd 8:30 A. M., 12:10 and
4:30 P. M. Sundays, 8:30 A. M 4:33 P. M.
Leavo Annapolis 0:35, 8:37 A. M.. 12:03 and 3:50
P.M. Sundays. 8:30 A.M., 3:55 P.M.
ForStatlons on tho Metropolitan Branoh.t0:30.
830A.M..S1:16 P.M. For prlnclpalstatlonsonly
tl0:40 A. M.. t4:30 and 5:30 P. M. "l'u,,BO .
ForRockvllloand Way Stations, 4:35 P. M.
10:00, 11:00 A. M 1:00, 3:00, 5:35, 9:15, 10:00,
11:00 P. M.
For Boyd's and Intermediate stations, 7:00
Church train loaves Washington on Sunday at
1:15 P.M., stopping at all stations onMctropoll
For Frederick. fi:30, 8:30, S9.30, 11:30 A. M..
1:15, 3:30, 4:30 P.M. '
For Hagorstown, tl0:10 A, M. and 530 P. M.
Trains arrlvofrom Chicago daily 11:45 A. M. and
4:10 P. M.j from Cincinnati and St. Louis dallv
3:50 A. M. and 2:05 P. M.; from Pittsburg 7:10 A
M., 5:50 P.M. dally. '
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVI-
Fpr Now York, Trenton. Newark, and Eliza
both, N. J.. H-M. 8:00, '10:00. 12:00 A. M.. 3:50
4:50, nnd "10:30 P. M. Buffet Parlor Carson all
lay trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10:30 P. M.,open
For Philadelphia, 'LOS, 8.00. 10.00, 12.00 noon.
2.50, 4.50,0.15, and 10.30 P.M. '
..1AOri?1S,w?r5VrDel,-,y,lmlnt0n' nDd Chester,
1.0a.8.00A. M 12.00 noon, 2.50, 4.50, 0.15!
and 10.30 P. M.
For Intermediate points between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, 5:00 and 7:20 A.M., t2:50,
Trains leave Now York for Washington, 0:00,
11:30 A. M jOO, 3:20, '5:00 P. M., and 12:15
Trains leavo Philadelphia for Washington
4:21. '8:15, 9:15, '1135 A M.,l:40, 4:31, '5:55,
For Boston 2.50 P. M., with Pullman Buffet
Sleeping Car running through to Boston without
change, via Poughkeepsio Bridge, landing pas
sengcrs In B. & M. Station at Boston.
For Atlantic City. 4:03 nnd 10:00 A.M., and 12:00
noon. Sundays, 4:03 A. M.. 12:00 uoon, nnd 10:30
ExceptSunday. 'Daily. Sunday only.
Baggagecalled lor and checked from botcuuind
residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders loft
at ticket offices, 019 and l331Ponusylvanln avenue
and at depot.
CHAS.O. SCULL, Oon. Pass. Ay't.
J. T. ODELL, General Manager.
11:30P.M. Sundays. 4:03, 7:20. 7:30. 8:30, 9:30 A.M.,