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XMa aunnAT srrjul,;d, sumday, novbmberi6, isqo.
THE SORG OF THE SHIRT.
Hub I Rub I Rub 1
'Till the nnn3nrc weary and sore;
And the more wo rub tho worse they jret
Those Shirts from Baltimore.
Ripl Rip! ilipl
And we get In n tcmblo rngc,
For those brand now shirts wo bought Inst month
Are nothing but tatters nnd rags.
Orlni Grin I Grin 1
Wo have found our haven at Inst,
For Miller will mnke you a perfect shirt.
With every stitch tied fast.
llun 1 Run 1 Run I
To him If you would bo wise, .
And lay in n stock of his beautiful shirts
Six for nlno dollars in any size.
Ladies1 nnd Gentlemen's Outfitters,
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The Woman's Gymnasium,
CI 4 TWELFTH STREET.
REOPENS OCTOBER 1.
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TyJEt. EEED & CO.,
AMERICAN OCULISTS' OMCIANS,
1321 F St., N. w..
Four Doors West of Sun Building.
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WE BELIEVE THAT THE
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made. Why not give it a trial?
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BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES.
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Only Full Ball-Bearing Boy's
Wheel in the City, 85.
MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SUNDRIES IN
Celebrated It. and P. Safety, Si 40
Forty-threo pounds. Guaranteed for flvo
HUNTING-TOM & CO.,
1231 E STREET NORTHWEST.
J. MAURY DOVE,
SPLINT and CANNEL COAL
EVER SOLD IN WASHINGTON.
VWKNTY-FIKST AND I STREETS.
1200 U Street, 1030 M Street,
Whiirl Foot of V aud O HtrootB.
Ara Enfailiblo Remedy
for the Ouro of all Contagious Diseases of
tho Urin.iry oreoaaj (ruurnuteeil not to
rrouiKo oiriciuiu; ho Eiciienini? closes: nnu
no inconvcur uca or losa of time, lto
commended by physicians and sold by drug-
Slttn eyprywlicio. J. 1'errd, (successor to
rou), l'aaruiacion, Paris. ,
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Washington, I). O., November 1, 1800.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject to usual
conditions, will bo received hero until 11 o'clook
A. M. December 10, 1600, and thon opened, for
furnishing during tho six months commencing
January 1, 1691, and cndlmr Juno 30, 18U1, such
forage, straw, and bran as may bo requlrod.
Frelorenuo will bo given to articles of domestic
production or manufacture, conditions of qual
ity and price Unoludlng iu tho prico of torolgu
Iiroductlou or inanufneturo tho duty thereon)
)elng equal, All Information required will bo
furnished on application to this olllco. Envel
opes containing proposals should bo marked
"Proposals for Forugo and Straw," und ad
dressed to G. 11. DANDY, Deputy Quartorainstor
General, U.S.A. nolC4t5
COAL and WOOD
Is an Inflammation of the bronchial lubes
the air-passages leading Into the lungs.
Few other complaints arc so prevalent, or
call for more prompt and energetic action.
As neglect or delay may result seriously,
effective remedies should always ho at
hand. Apply at once a mustard poultice to
the upper pait of the chest, and, for internal
treatment, take frequent doses of
C. O. Leppor, Druggist, Fort "Wayne, Ind.,
writes: "My little sister, four years of age,
was so 111 from bronchitis that wc had almost
given tip hope of her recovery. Our family
physician, a skilful man and of large experi
ence, pronounced It useless to glvo her any
more medicine, saying ho had done all it was
possible to do, and we must prepare for tho
worst. As a last resort, we determined to
try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and I can truly
say, with most happy results. After taking
a few doses she seemed to breatho easier,
and, within a week, was out of danger. Wo
continued giving the Pectoral until satisfied
she was entirely well. This indisputable
evidence of the great merit of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral has given me unbounded confi
dence in the preparation, and I recommend
it to my customers, knowing It cannot disap
'Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured me of a bad
cough and my partner of bronchitis. I know
of numerous cases Jn which this preparation
has proved very beneficial iu families of
so that the medicine Is known among them
as 'the consoler of the afflicted.' " Jaimo
Faifus Vldal, San Cristobel, San Domingo.
"A short time ago, I was taken with a
severe attack of bronchitis. The remedies
ordinarily used in such cases failed to glvo
me relief. Almost in despair of ever finding
anything to cure me, I bought a bottle of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was helped
from the first dose. I had not finished ono
bottle before the disease left me, and my
throat and lungs were as sound as ever."
Geo. B. Hunter, Altoona, Pa.
DR. J. G. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price SI ; six bottles, $5.
OIST T ST.,
IBet. Ninth and Tenth Sts. N. W.
Nine Mooms and Bath.
Large Cellar, and a Per
fect Home, at the Zow
ON EASY TEKMH.
T. R. BBOO&S,
OlO Twoll'tU St. 3S. W.
LON .OHONG- & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEAIERS IN
Chinese and Japanese Goods,
Silks, Teas, Etc.
CIO Elovcnth St. N. W between E and F Sts.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
004. & Street IV. TV.
Good work. Fair dealing. Lowprlco.
KENISON & SONS,
Chiropodists and Manicures,
118 Twolfth St. N. W., Washington, D. C,
Boston, Now Bedford. Providence, Nowport,
New York, Chicago, St. Louis. ocl2-ly
This popular romody nevor falls to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all diseases arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
Tho natnral result Is good unpotlCo
and BOlid flosli. JUoso smull ; ultgaut
ly suwr coated and easy to uwallovr.
. SOLD EVERYWHERE. ,
H h Hv's'r tfflb H H H H H Rfc
HE 1IOAXKD TUB AVUOLiB TOWN.
A Durinc Spanish Swindler Roups iv Rich
C5SJ llnrvcst In n French City.
From London Truth.
Tho townspeople of Boulogno have just fallen
victims to tho schemes of nu ndventurer, a
Spaniard, who arrived there recently and rep
resented ho had preceded a Spanish squndron
then on Its way to Boulogne for tho purpose of
taking In stores and provisions beforo leaving
Europo for America. The man called himself
VIcentI Gil. Ho stated that ho was delegated
by his government to make tho necessary ar
rangements for rcvlctuallug, and he called on
tho leading traders to place his orders. Wines
and spirits generally were to bo catered for In
largo quantities, and it was evident the Spanish
meu-of-w&rsmcn were to sail provided with
plenty of stimulants. Groceries, sheep, and
oxen and poultry were among the things re
quisitioned. Tho distinguished visitor, no doubt a chJlt
elaln d'Espagne, whom fin dc slide land depre
ciation had driven to seek his living by indus
try, was as a matter of course Introduced at a
reception to Admiral Lespfis, tho Pr6fct Mari
time, who chanced to bo at Boulogno on tour.
He expressed himself agreeably surprised at tho
projected visit of tho fleet, and promised to
come from Cherbourg purposely to receive thc
Spanlsh admiral. Arrangements, too, were on
foot to entertain tho ofllcers of the squadron at
n public ball, and the visit was looked forward
to as a matter of business and social impor
tance. Gil was provided with some documents
and officially stamped letters, which were UEed
Another gentleman was expected to reach
Boulogno to make the necessary payments. In
tho mean time funds were running low, and ho
obtained part payment of his commission from
tho various purveyors. By this ingenious means
ho raised several thousand francs, defrauding
all ho could, and two days before the ships were
due to arrive in Boulogne tho hidalgo decamped,
after conferring the Order of the Golden Fleece
on several persons, the hotel proprietor being
among tue cboscn.
is hypnotism: a failure ?
Korr Inclined to Think So, and Very
An attack upon the practice of hypnotism,
which first appeared iu tho form of a paper
read before the British Medical Association by
Dr. Norman Kerr, is now published In pamph
let form. Hypnotism, ho says, Is merely a
modern form of what was formerly known
as animal magnetism and mesmerism.
He has no doubt of tho genuineness of
hypnotic phenomena, and believes that
under tho influence of hypnotism persons
have been sent to sleep, others have borne with
out consciousness manipulations which would
otherwise have given them acute pain, others
have been made to accept false beliefs as real.
But ho believes that tho alleviation of pain
caused bj hypnosis does not warrant its use.
After the operation nerve equilibrium is apt to
be disturbed, tho nervous balance upset, and
nervous energy dissipated. This collapse, fre
quently repeated, may lead to deterioration of
brain and nerve function, a physical degrada
tion as well as an intellectual decadence, and a
moral perversion. "There are neurotics whoso
appetite (under hypnosis) for outre actions is
insatiable, who when hypnotized cannot get
too many and too eccentric tasks to perform."
Hypnosis is an unhealthy and abnormal state,
just as hysterics, and even if it can be shown
that a disease may be cured by hypnotism, this
result is accomplished only by tho substitution
of another disease. Dr. Kerr, however, doubts
whether even the original disease is often cured.
Though tho sensation of pain may be abolished
for a time and a painless interval be secured, it
does not follow that good remedial work has
been done. Tho pain is often a note of alarm,
and to hush it is merely to lull the patient into
a false security. Tho dangers of hypnotism are
very great. At each sitting the subject comes
more and more under the control of the opera
tor, and finally degenerates Into a state of men
tal serfdom, which is infinitely worse than
pain. Tho relation thus created is liable to
grave abuses. For these reasons, although he
admits that tho study of psychology or hyp
nosis mlcht bo useful, he would prefer to see
tho medical profession set its face against the
whole hypnotic process as a hazardous and un
RUDYARD KIPIilNG ANALYZED.
An KnuliHli Critic Intimates Xhnt Ho Is a
Clever LKorary Trickster.
From tho Cornbill Magazine.
You have read English books and you must
havo seen that written English is not like spoken
English. "When wo speak, for instance to take
quite a minor point wo often put a full stop
beforo tho relative clauses, addiug them as au
afterthought. But when wo write wo only put
a comma. Tho author of "Plain Tales from tho
Hills" saw this and acted on tho principle. Ho
punctuated his writing as ho did his speaking
and used moro full stops thnu any man beforo
him. Which was genius. Secondly, tho public
want to bo mystified. They like references to
things of which they havo nevor heard. They
read tho sporting papers for that reason. So
this man wrote Anglo-Indian life and put very
little explanation into it. It was all local color.
Do you suppo60 tho average cockney knows
what "P. "W. D." accounts aro ? Of course he
doesn't. But ho likes to bo treated as if ho did.
Tho author noted this poiut. And that also
shows genius. Thirdly, tho people do not like
the good man, nor do thoy like tho bad man.
They like tho man-who-hns-some-good-in-hlm-af
ter-all. "I am cynical," says our author, "and
desperately worldly, and somewhat happy-go-lucky,
yet I, tho samo man, am interested in
children. Witness my story of Tods and my
great goodness to Muhammed Din. "With all
my cynicism I havo a kind heart. "Was I not
kind even unto Jellaludin ? I am tho man-who-has-sorao-good-in-htm-after-all."
Love mo! Go
nlus again. Fourthly, take the subject-matter
soldiers, horses, aud flirts, Of theso three tho
public nover weary. It may not have beeu ge
nius to havo seen that. And tho public like
catch-words. I know a girl onco who did tho
serio-comic busiuess at tho , but that is an
other story. To recognize the beauty of catch
words may not bo genius either. But it is ge
nius to say moro than you know, aud to seem
to know more than you 6ay to bo young and to
seem old. There aro people connected with tho
government of India who aro so high that no
ono knows anything about them except them
selves, and their own knowledge is very super
cial. Is our author afraid? Not a bit. Ho
speaks of them with freedom, but with vague
ness. Ho says Up Above. Aud tho public ad
mire tho freedom aud never notice tho vague
ness. Bless tho dear public !
You Aro In a Bntl Fix.
But wo will euro you if you will pay us.
Men weak, nervous, aud debilitated, suffering
from ovll habits or later indiscretions, seud for
Book ov Lira, Dr. Parker's Medical aud Sur
gical Institute, 163 N. Spruce street, Nashville,
WM. F. GUDE
A. GUDE & ISRO.j
113 F street Northwest.
Telephone, PGO-2. 433 Centre Market.
FINE ROSES and CUT FLOWERS a Specialty.
Green Houses, Anacostia, D. C.
GARNER & MITCHELL,
(Thirty Years' Experience,)
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
035 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Opposite City Post onicc.
Raw, Box, Plate Trade, and
Families a Specialty.
BELL EIDEUDOWK BLANKETS
COMFORTABLES."" BLANKETS,' STEAMER
RUGS, AND SOFA WRAPS.
Thcso Blankets are mado with the samo color
on both sides, tufted and bound with silk. There
is no interlining:.
These Blankets arc very durable and will stand
Crib Blankets made of Bell Eiderdown only S3.
These wo have In all colors.
DERBY SILVER GOODS Wo keep n pretty
line of theso goods. Theso make pretty
birthday and weddlnsr presents. Each
and every article comes fully guaran
teed and nicely cased.
MEMORANDUM TABLETS. Wo control thcso
for Washington, but do not take advan-
ONLY tago of this raonopolv. Our price is 25c.
25c. Theso aro as useful as thny arc unique,
EACH, combining usefulness with ornamenta-
WE CONTROL THE FOLLOWING RELIABLES
Foster Kid Gloves,
Dr. Jaeger's Underwear,
Standard Fashion Patterns.
HAVE YOUR CARDS ENGRAVED.-Our prico
for 50 Cards is 8Gc. Tho engraving is tho
best. Work delivered at tho shortest
possiblo notice. Estimates given for
Wedding Invitations, Reception Cards,
and all other lino work.
THE PARTY SEASON IS APPROACHING.-
Wo havo anticipated
your wants; seo if we
haven't. Wo give you
below a resume of
Worsted Goods for eve
ning and rccoptlon
wear. Nono too soon
WE KEEP ALL THE
AND SILKS. FINE
LACES. ALL THE
Wo have a now lino of Evening Goods, such ns
22-inch CbalHcs at 10 and 18c., in such colors as
Light Blue, Navy Bluo, Old Gold, Pink, White,
22-inch All-Wool Chalhes at 20c Pink, Laven
der. Heliotrope. Light Bluo, Navy Blue, and
Light Green and Cream.
30-inch All-Wool Albatross, Nun's Veiling,
French Batisto at 37c. Such colors as Cream,
Pink. Light Blue, Heliotrope, Ecru, Lavender,
und Light Green.
38-lnch All-Wool Cashraere.Batiste, Nun's Veil
ing, Albatross, Serges at 50c. Color3 Lavender,
Heliotrope, Cream, White, Orange, Ecru, Pink,
Light Green, nnd Light Bluo.
40-inch All Wool, samo shndes, 62Jc.
40, 42 and 40-lnch All Wool. 75c. and SI.
Cream Dress Robes, S4 up to S20.
Striped Flannel, 50c. Reduced from C21c.
Striped Cashmere. C9c. Reduced Ironi 05c.
Armure, 75c. Reduced from SI.
Checked Armure, 5!)c. Reduced from C5c.
Fancy Strlpo, SI. Reduced from S1.25.
Fnnov Stripe, S1.25. Reduced from S1.55.
Silk Warp Henrietta. SI. Reduced from S1.25.
Cream Mohair, 50c. Reduced from 02c.
Cream Mohair, G2gc. Reduced from 75c.
Cream Mohair. 75o. Reduced from SI.
40-inch Priestly's Silk Warp Clalretto Cloth,
Convent and Feather (Moth, at S1.25.
ALL THE LININGS. TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS,
and Small Wares necessary to tho for
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Wo don't limit ourselves to ono Item,
either, in either or theso stooks. Wo
carry a thorough lino of everything
100 yards Spool Silk, 8c. a spool.
EVENING FANS form an intcrestimr feature
with us. Theso will please your cyo and
make only a slight disturbance in your
GauKO. Satin, and Silk Fans.
Fans from 08c. to S25.
When can wo expect you ?
SEND FOR OUR CLOAK CATALOGUE.
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4it '.'. 421 and 420 Seventh Street.
I CURE FIT
When I say cure I do not mean merely to stop
them for a time and then havo thorn return again.
I mean a radical cure. I have mado the disease
of FITS, EPILEPSY, or FALLING SICKNESS a
llfe-long study. I warrant my remedy to euro tho
worst cases. Because others have failed is no
reason for not now receiving a cure. Send at
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uverfu.uuu lesumouiiu ieuurn on moirum iiviuk iui-
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HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
1123 NEW YORK AVENUEN. W.,
WHERE THEY HAVE IN STOCK
A FULL LINE OF
WALL PAPERS, SHADES, AND ROOM
ALL WORK FIRST-CLASS AND AT
FOR MEN ONLY!
1 DnCITIUP ForLOSTorFAIlINQ MANHOOD:
A fUol I lC General and NERVOUS DEBILITY
TT'l? X1 Weakness of Bodyand Mind: Effect
J (J JbXl of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young.
Ilotuit. Noble MAMIUUU fullr lteitortd. How to Knltnce aud
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You fan rite tbcro. Uoob. fullviiiIanaUou, and prool. uiillea
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BALTIMORE A OHIO RAILROAD.
Schcdulo In eiTcct November 10, 1890.
Leave Washington from Station corner of N ow
Jersey nventio and C street.
For Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbuled Lim
ited express dally 11.30 A. M express 8.30 P. M.
For Clncinnntl, St. Louis, and Indianapolis, ex
press dally, 3.30 nnd 11.30 P. M.
For Pittsburg and Cloveland, express daily,
0.30 A. M. and 8.50 P. M.
.For Lexington and points In tho Shenandoah
For Winchester nnd Waygtatlons, 5.30 P. M.
For Luray, 8.50 P. M.
For Baltimore, week days, 4.03, 5, 0.35, 7.20, 7.30,
(8, 45-minutcs,) 8.30, 8.35, (11, 12, 45.mlnutcs.) A.
M.. 12.10, 2.15, 2.50, (3.15, 45-mlnutes.) 3.23, 4.25,
4.80, (o, 45-mlnutes,) 5.05, 5.30, 0, 0.15,
0.20. 7.15. 7.30. 0. 10.30, nnfTr H-30 P. M. Sun
days, 4.0S, 7.20, 7.30, 8.30. 0.35"A. M.. (12.00, 43-mln-utes.)
1.C0. 2.15. 2.50, 3.25. 4AM. (5.00, 45.mlnutcs.)
o.u.1, u.uu, o.io. g:m, 7.UO, o.uo, iu.;so, II.UO v. m.
I' or Way Stations between wnshlnorton
Baltimore. 5.00, 0.35, 8.30 A. M 12.10, 3.25,
u.uu, 'i.ii, ii.uu i'. m. aunnays. b.uua. m
u.uo, 4.u. u.u, y.iiu, li.uu r. ji.
Trains leavo Baltimore for Washington, week
days, 5.00, 0.20. 0.30. 7.15,"7.20, 8.00, 8.30, 8.33, 0.30,
10.20. 10.33 A.M.; 12.00,12.10, 3.10, 2.30, 2.50, 4.15,
5.10, 0.00. 0.20. 7.03. 7.30. 7.40. 8.30. 0.03. 10.10. 10.20
and 11.C0 P. M. Sundays 0.30, 7.15, 8.30, 8.35, 0.30,
10.20, 10.35 A. M., 12.00, 1.03, 2.10, 2.30, 1.15, 5.00,
0.20. 7.03, 7.30, 7.40. 8.30. 10.10. 10.20. and 11.00 P. M.
For Annupolls. 0.35 and 8.30 A. M., 12.10 nnd 4.23
P. M. Sundays, 8.30 A. M., 4.30 P. M. Leave An
nnpolis 0.a5, 8.37 A. M., 12.03, 3.50 P. M. Sundays,
8.80 A. M.. 3.53 P. M.
For Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
0.30. 8.30 A. M., 1.15 P. M. For principal sta
tions only, 10.40 A. M., t4.80 nnd 15.30 P. M.
For Gnlthcr8burg und intermediate points,
0.00. 10.00, 12.50 A. M., 3.25, H.33, 5.35, 10.00,
11.35 P. M.
For Boyd's and intermediate stations, 7.00
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday at
1.15 P. M., stopping at all stations on Metropoli
For Frederick, 0.30, 8.30, 9.30, 11.30 A.M.
1.15, 3.80, 14.30 P.M.
For Hagcrutown, 10.40 A. M. nnd 5.30 P. M.
Trains arrlvo from Chicago dally 11.50 A. M.
and 4.43 P.M.; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.50 A. M. and 2.05 P. M.; from Pittsburg
7.10 A. M 5.50 P. M. daily.
ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND
For New York, Trenton, and tho East, 4.05,
8.00. 10.00, 12.00 A. M., 2.5u, 5.00, and 10.30 P.
M. Bullet Parlor Cars on all day trains. Sleep
ing Car on tho 10:30 P. M., open at 9.00 P. M.
For Boston, 2.50 P. M. with Pullman Buffet
Sleeping Car running through to Boston without
change, via Poughkccpslo Bridge, landing pas
sengers In B. & M. station nt Boston.
For Philadelphia, 4.05. 18.00. 10.00, 12.00noon,
2.50, 5.00, G.15. and 10.30 P. M.
For Newark. Dol., Wilmington, and Chester,
4.05. 8.00 A. M., 12.00 noon, 2.50, .oo. 0.15,
and 10.30 P. M. Limited express stopping at
Wilmington only, 10.00 A. M.
For iutermedinto points between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, 5.00 and 7.20 A. M., 2.15,
3.25 P. M.
Trains leavo Now York for Washington,
'9.00. 11.30 A. M '2.00. 3.20. 5.00 P. M. and
Trains leavo Philadelphia for Washington,
'1.24, 8.15,11.35 A. M., 1.40, 4.31.0.03, 7.32 P.M.
For Atlantic City, 4.05 and 10.00 A. M., 12.00
noon. Sundays, 4.03 A. M 12.00 noon.
t Except Sunday. Dally. Sundny only.
Bnggago called for and checked from hotels
nnd residences by Union Transferee on orders
left at ticket oflices, 019 and 1351 Pa. ave. and at
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
TO THE NORTH, WEST, AND SOUTHWEST
DOUBLE TRACK, STEEL RAILS.SPLENDID
SCENERY. MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT .
IN EFFECT NOV. 4. 1880.
Sixth and B streets, ns follows:
For Pittsburg aud tho West, Chicago Limited
Express of Pullman Vestibule Cnrsat 10:50 A.M.
daily; Fast Line, 10:50 A. M. daily to Chicago, Co
lumbus, and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from
Harrisburg to Indianapolis, Pittsburg to Colum
bus, Altooua to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago, and
Cincinnati Express, 3:30 P. M. daily. Parlor Car
Washington to Harrisburg, and Sleeping Cars
Harrisburg to St. Louis, Chicago, and Cincinnati,
and Dining Car Harrisburg to St. Louis, Chicago,
and Cincinnati. Western Express, at 7:40 P. M.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
and St. Louis, connecting daily at Harrisburg
with through sleepers for Louisville and Mem
phis. Pullman Dining Car Pittsburg to Rich
mond and Chicago. Pacific Express, 10 P. M.
dally, for Pittsburg and tho West, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
ForKuno.Canandaigua, Rochester, and Ning.
ara Falls daily excopt Sunday, 8.10 A. M.
For Erie, Canandaigua, and Rochester dally;
for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except Saturday,
10.00 P. M., with Sleeping Car Washington to
Roohester. , ,
10.50 A. M. dally oxcoptSunday.
ForPhiludolphla.Now York and tho 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, with Din
ing Car Baltimore to Now York, 0.40 A. M. daily
except Sundav. For Now York only. Limited
Exnrrss, with Dining Car. 5.00 P.M. daily.
For Philadelphia only, Fast Express 8.10 A. M.
week days, and 4.00 P. M.dailv. Express.Sunday
only, 5.40 P. M.
For Boston without chango 3:15 P. M. every
For Brooklyn, N. Y.,all through trains con
neotat Jersey City wlthboatsof BrooklynAnnex,
affordlngdireottransfer to Fultonstreot, avoid,
ing doublof orriago across Now York City.
For Atlantlo City,11.40 A.M. week days. 11.20
P. M. daily.
ForBaltimoro,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.
0.05, 10.60. 11.40 A. M 2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4, 4.20, 5,
5.40, 0,7.40. 10. and 11.20 P. M.
For Popo's Creole Lino, 7.20 A. M.and 4.30P. M.
dally, oxeopt Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7.20 und 0.00 A. M 12.05 and
4.20 P. M.. daily, oxeopt Sunday. Sundays, 0 A.
M. nnd 4.20 P.M.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In EtTect May 11. 1890.
For Alexandria, 4.30, 8.36. 7.45, 8.40. 9.45,10.57 A.
M.. 12.01 noon, 2.05, 188.8.131.52,4.65,0.01,8.02,10.05,
and 11.30 P. M. On Sunday at 4.30. 7.45, 0.45, 10.57
A.M.. 2.30, 6.01, 8.02, and 10.05 P. M.
Accommodation for Quantico,7.45 A.M. and
4.55 P. M, weok-days;7.45 A. M. Sundays.
For Richmond and thoSouth. 4.30, 10.57 A. M.
daily. Accommodation 4.55 P. M. week days.
TralnB leavo Aloxundrlafor Washlngton,0.05,
7.05,8, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 A. M.; 1.20, 3, 3.50, 5.10, 0.05,
7.03, 9.20, 10.37. and 11.08 PAM. On Sunday at
9.10 and 11.07 A.M.; 2.00. 5.10,7.05,7.29, 9.20 and
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corner Thirteenth street andPonnsylvaninave
nuo.nnd atthostation.whoro orders can bo loft
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