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--'-pfv irriiHn &Y THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, APRrL 10, 1890. WASHINGTON CRITIC OITX HVltaiALH. Anliouor-llticli. New Mavis, Docombor 15, 1830. Tho Anhonsor-Busoh Ilrowlnjr Association, tt Louis, Mo.i Oontloinoa Tho sample o'f Faust Boor lalolr received from you for analysis has In 100 parts by wolght tho following compost tlon: Total solid oxtract G.890 Alcohol 3.3M Carbonlo acid gas... .,,,., 333 Wator 83.3TS lOO.OOJ fcystomatlo search has failed to show tho prosoncoof any adulterant, and tho compo sUlon Is vory similar to that of tho Host Door of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc., 8. W. Johnson, Trofossor of Chemistry, Yalo CoIIoro, Washington Branch: First stroot and Virginia arenno sonthwost, FRANK SCnWARZ, Manager. Thono, 374-1. lturidcn's Sprlnc .Styles In l'urnlturn, Vurpots, Ilubr Unrrlncos, etc, This lone established Installment homo, located at 030 and KU Sovonth stioot north vest. Is receiving Its full supply of nil kinds of merchandise that go to mako up a com ploto outflt for a comfortable rosldcnco. Ills new stock of Hofrlccrators, Baby Carrlniros and JIattlnjr Is comnloto You can llnd just what you need In this responsible storo, at cash prices on tho Installment plan, and make your own terms. Goods delivered on first payment. Glvo htm a call. W, II. Honcliton Co.' New Stylos of Hprlnc floods. This prominent furnlturo and upbolstory establishment, conveniently located In tho heart of tho city at 1318 and 1S F street northwest, has Just openod at Its mammoth storo an eletrant assortment of Wakefield baby carriages of tho latest and most approved eppllancos for comfort and durability, rang ing In prices from 510.50 to 810. These goods fire tho host value yet offered this soavon In Washington. They have aho Just rotclvod a carload of tho prettiest and nowost novel ties In bed-room furnlturo, from $10 to $73 per suit. They aro opening an elegant assort ment of tho newest designs In all departments at thelc magulQcent omporium of fashion. Hprlnc Llinib. For spring lamb and Washington dessod hoof go to ,T. R. Kolly, Ulntb stroot wing. Centra Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and IC Btroots. NON-rAKTISAN TKMI'EKANCK, Meeting of tho Onion and Its Alms and Objects. 'IhcNon-rarUsan "Womans" Christian Temperance Union held a brief mcctlns this forenoon preliminary to tho big meeting this afternoon which will bo addressed by Mrs. Foster. This Union bus no connection whatever with any other YV. O. T. U., being an indepen dent organisation. The term "non-partisan" Is employed let nusc tho members propose to carry on temperance work without being al Jlcd to cither of tho political parties. Among Its membcr'ship are Republi cans, Dcmociats, Grecnbackcrs and Prohibitionists. The present member ship is 230, and it is rapidly increasing. Connected with it arc three auxilllnry soldier and sailor unions. Tho or ganization is not quito two months ld. - A ISuformatory for filrls. Thcro Is n stalwart movement on foot among certain pioiniucnt ladies of this city to secure the establishment of a rcfonnntoiy for refractory girls. Tho efforts of the ladies will be seconded by Judge llillpr of the Police Court, who bus already recommended tho wtabllsbment of such, an institution. Tinder tlio existing state of affairs young girls under sentence for inisdn mcuDoiK nro confined in the fomalo workhouse among old and hardened female criminals. These associations make tbein worse than ever. Mrs. Spencer is said to be at the head of this worthy movement. Fined for l'aot Driving. In tho Police Court this morning Bernard Dougherty, a M-year-old boy, was charged with driving at a fast rate on B street, between Tenth and Twelfth. It appeared from the cvldcnco thai young "Dougberty was doing the jockey net for bis father and exhibiting a horse for sale. The defendant's own testi mony and that of bis father proved that tbc horse was goinc at tho rato often miles an hour, and Judge Miller Im posed a fine of ? 5. Mr. Dubois' AddresH, The Thiity-thrco Limited Club met last night at the Iliggs IIouso and listened to an intcrestinc address by Mr. Jamea T. Dubois, lato United States Consul at Aix-lu Chappcllcs. Ho described an incident in his olliclal rarccr abroad wbero an American tour ist bad his wife cremated to save the expense of freight on her remains across tbc ocean. Tho transportation of her asbes only costatiitle and were admit ttd into this country duty free. Church fund l"nlr. The fair at tho New York Avenue Hitik, under the auspices of St. Paul's Catholic Church, is meeting with great tuccess. It was Inaugurated for the puipoEc of raising funds to erect n now church tdifico ut tho corner of Fif teenth and V streets northwest. The fair wes opened by Rev, Father Mackln, v ho delivered an appropriate address of welcome. Tho pretty tables aro at tended by tho ladles of the congrega tion A I'leasnnt Social Gathering. MIesAHco Edinonston entertained a parly of ber friends last night at licr residence, 3120 Thirteenth street south west. Dancing was kept up until 13 o'clock, after which refreshments wero ucrved. Among thoso present wero Misses Burdiue, Roth Brcsnahan, Lake LccsnlUcr, llaufman, Regan, Mills, Mrs. Dent, and Iho Messrs. Daly, Colton, Burko, Duffy, Davis, Duley, Rosafy, jasper, Mrewormy anu otners. A Kurtli comlnc Lecture, A youthful naval ensign, Mr. .1. B. Bcrdnaon, will lecture at tho National Museum to-morrow ovenlngon "Korea' und tho Koreans." It will bo listened lo by tho National Geographical Society. Tho lecturer was an attache of the foiled States Legation at Seoul, Korea, for over a year. Tho lecture will bo illustrated. Succosaful AVuBlilncton Hoys, In the annual games of tho Sixty ninth Regiment of New Yoik, hold in that city on Tuesday night, Sergeant Charles J. Harlow and Corporal David V Ncllgan of tho Emmott Guards of this city won the first and bccoml prizes in tho drill contest. I Mailed Free to Any Address, "llioC'aro and Feeding of Infants," a book issued by tho proprietors of Molilu's Food, and giving much valuable adIco and assistance to tho mother In feeding her child. Address Doliber-Uoodalo Co,, '11 Central Wharf, lloston, Mass, Washington City Presbytery, Tho Washington City Presbytery ad journed line die lost evening. Its next session will commoneoat tho New York Avenuo Presbyterian Church onMoa jtoy, Jiuo 2, at 10 a. m, AN IMI'OKTANT TOST. Hosts or Appllrnnta Artor Intemlont Htouteiilitircti I'lncp, A lively hustle Is being tnado by moro than a scoro of applicants for tho placo now held by Inlcndcnt Stoutcnhurgh of tlio workbouso, roorhouse, etc. This position is one of tho richest plums on tho District patronago tree. Tho salary this year will probably bo $1,000, an In crcaso of $!i00, besides tho salary of $000 drawn by his wlfo ns matron. Be sides tho actual monoy thcro aro numerous perquisites dwelling liouso, horso and carriage, flower and vegetable gardens, nn allowance of groceries, medicines, fucl.nnd other things almost too numcious to mention. Them Is no wonder therefore that th applicants for tho placo aro legion, and they aro beginning to bustle and hum mound like n swaim of hornets. Old charges against Stoutcnhurgh arc being resurrected and ho will bo subjected to a severe enfilading fire. A majority of tho applicants arc well-known citizen! of Washington. Hero Is n list of them: B. K. Gctlincs, J. 11. W. Mankln, Ross A. Fhh, T. B. Bdolln, Joseph S. Martin, Joseph F.llod cson, F. 13. Myers, George II. Gaddis, William A. O'Mcra, J. T. Becks, William Leo White. Dr. Wash ington Kilmer, J. M. Blood, Charlc3 S. Jones, Nathaniel 13. Thompson, J. R. Norton, GeortroMiddour, John 13, Ilodg sod, Jos. K. Norton, Richard Emmons, F. W. Murray, W. II. Goods, Samuel A. Groff, K. A. Ilebard, W. Calvin Chase, John W. Shomo, Ellas 13. Barnes, A. J. Curtis. William Bushbv, W. Wallaco Klrby, Perry II. Carson, Alberto Camp bell, Gcorcc Blaine, Thomas C. Quan trill and William G. Spring. Tho fact that this movement was on foot was called attention to by Tin; Cihtio exclusively several days ago. Colored Odd-Follows' Itocoptlou, Tho Colored Odd-Fcllows of Past Grand Masters' Council, No. 41, gave a full-dress reception and entertainment last night at Grand Army Hall to ccle brato Its tenth anniversary. An ad dress of welcome was delivered by Mr. Henry L. Holmes, P. W. G. M. Re freshments wero served and dancing In dulged in, music being fnrnlshed by tbo Monumcntnl Orchestra. The en tire nffair was eminently successful. Openlnc Up Streets. Tlio Commissioners have granted authority tolhcAnacostla and Potomac Railroad to open tho following named streets for tho purposo of extending its tracks: Eleventh, G, Fourth and 13 sticets southeast and Canal, B, Third and Second streets and Missouri avenuo southwest, on tho condition that not moro than two squares be torn up at any one lime. A Social Mootlnc. The Social League held its third rcgulm meeting ou Monduy at tho rcsl denco of Miss Reed, 103 Sixth street southeast. A committee was appointed to ascertain tho best way of celebrating Drroratlon Day. The next meeting will be held at tho Tcsidcnco of Mrs". Garrison, 312 Massachusetts avenuo noitheast. Jiilm Ilrown'rt Hpour. Ono of the original pikes used by John Brown in his raid nt Harper's Ferry, October 17, 18D9, and with which the slaves wero to bo armed, Is on ex hibition at the otllcc of General S. S. Burdett. 023 F street. It is a formid able looking weapon and au interesting relic of slavery days. Thlr Arrosted. Tho news was received with tho utmost satisfaction by tho community that ho ha terrorize J; but tbo arrest of a dUeaso that Is stealing away a loved and valued life Is an achievement that 6bould Inspire heart felt gratitude. Chlllness, cold extremities, depressed spirits, and extremely miserable sensations, with pale, wan fcatuics, aro tlio results of disordered kidneys and liver. Arrest tho cause at onco by taking Dr. l'Jcrco's Golden Medical Discovery. It Is a purely vegctablo detective that will ferret out and capturo tho most subtle lung or blood disorder. Druggists. liaptlpt ministers' Conreroncn, Tho Baptist ministers' conference of this city, comprising fifty-two pastors of Washington and Alexandria, Va., has Indorsed tho appointment of the Rev. Dr. William Gray as general so liciting, agent of tho National Univer sity under tho auspices of tho Baptist congress. Chronic Cough Umi For It you do not It may bocomo con sumptlio. For Consumption, Srrofiila, tienrnil nihility and Wiistlnii IHsatsts, thoro Is nothing like Of Puro Cod Liver Oil and hypophosphites Of Zilnio una Oaclu. It Is nlmost as palntnblo a milk, Tar bettor than other bo called Emulsions, A wonderful llosh producor. Thero aro poor Imitations. Oct the genuine. ELY'S Catarrh CREAM BALM WILL CURE COLD IN HEAD nmfia.v EASYTOUSE. HlTBBlt A particle Is applied Intoeaeh nostril and Is Bcrt-tablo. Price, U cents, at Druggists: by mall, registered, CO cents. ELY UROTUEItij, 66 Warren st Now York. Ucanest, Healthiest. Uu.CSMMnrtory HAIR OBtSSIKO. Bi&kS 1U1H UllUW. Quickly remove pAntlnilfaixl do&lp UCUC. IUIl(lTBHlX.4MI(.l.lii.I. WAKIUVTItUI lUtWr. YOlTlirtLluUlll.nl LlUla UHr,KAHkUlIAl. aokl br ill Dulul la Teilt Uoed. or ca.ll! IrM for AIM. by jj,aiJuMjJ'IX Co., M-itt HrMiT), KewV)ric Scoffs EihuSsIoib HAYFEVERMfl Till! LKXTJ-.H-OAUnilinS IIKNKPIT, An Kutortnlninoiit Tondnrod tho Itollnf Association by tlio llohonilnns, Thcro was an nmilcur performance by tho Bohemian Dramatic Association at Lincoln Hall last evening whon "Fanchon" was presented to a largo and fashionable audience. All of tho boxes wero taken by loading sooloty people. Tho rolo of Fanchon was taken by Helen A. Enslo who was tho re cipient of tnony flowers. This lady Is an accomplished amatourand a graceful dancer. Scarcely Inferior to Fanchon was tho Old Fadct of Mrs. Joan Lock wood who appeared to divide tho at tention of tho audienco with Fanchon. Mr. B. G. Temple ns Father JJarbeaud, Mr. F. Forstcr as Landry and Mr. A, Barker as Bidier wero very ncccptablo in their lcspcctlvo roles. Tho other characters were well taken and tho dance In tho second act was unique and graceful. Disturbing fleorgetown, Harry Dodson, Wesley Johnson, Louise Gray.TIIHc Brooks, Mnmlo Fos ter, Edna Cherry and Eliza Franklin, all colored, were In tho pollco Court this morning charged with disturbing tho qutetof Georgetown. Tho girls nil pleaded guilty, but tbo two men put up n combination between themselves to plead not guilty and clear tho crowd. They wero all fined $5 or fifteen days. BRIGGS' -FOR- SICK HEADACHE -IN 1T3- tleiYous, Bilious or Congestive Forms. TESTIMONIAL. L. 11. UROWN, M. D 23Wost Jorsoyst., Elizabeth, N. J Juno 28, 1SS9. This Is to certily that I havo usod for somo months with much satisfaction, tho combina tion of remcdlos, for Hoadacho, known as Brlggs' noadacbo Troches. Tho romody cures moro hoadaohos, ospoclally such as af fect Nervous Women, than anything I am acquainted with, and It this cortlflcato will be the moans of bnnrlnslt to tho favorable attention rof sufferers from that trouble, I shall feel that I have dono thom a service. L. R. DROWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by all Drupprtsts or sont by Mall on Ro celpt of Fnco. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZABETH. N. J. PAB8T BREWING CO., Formerly the Fhll. Best Brewing Co., Manufacturers of AND SELECT LAGER BEER AND THE "BEST" TON10. Espeola'ly Good for Family Use. Beneficial for Weak and Debilitated Fersons. R.S.WIDDIC0MBE MANAGER WA3IIINOTON BRANCH, 703 and 705 North Capitol Streot. Telephone 873. apS ftt Manufacturers1 Prices-Saying 20 to 25 Per Cent, STATIONERY.' WRAPPINQ-PAPER, TWINES, PAPER HAGS. PRINTING. ROBERT E.CLARKE MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, And Representing tbo Central Printing House Or NEW YORK. (All kinds of JOB PRINTING and Engraving dono upon tho shortest nollco, lu tho neatest manner and at tho lowest price). If you need anything In tho abovo linos send postal and agent will call. Address 920 F STREET N. W WASHINGTON, D. C. apl.d&B.ly Ig Drop in Harness, Buggy of Road Harness. $25 reduceil to $18 $30 reduced to $20 $35 reduced to $25 $40 reduced to $30 Carriage or CoupeJIarness. $40 reduced to $30 $50 reduced to $40 $6b reduced to $50 All HandnMade Work. Trunks and Traveling Satchels of All Descriptions a Specialty, Special attontlon Riven to tho Repairing of TRUNKS and HARNESS. K. KNEESSI & SON, 25 SEVENTH STREET N. W., Next to Odd-Fellows' nail. fo23,diS,0m HEADACHE TROCHES GOOD vt' ? ;j T "V-' Sixth Street and New CELEBRATED I0ETS ilKT 1.15 Per This is the lowest UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTIONI OVER A MILLION UISTHIBUT ED Lcl. o. L., LOUISIANA. STATE LOTTERY CO. Incorporatcdhy'tbo Loslalaturo for oJuoa tlonal and charitablo purposes, and Its fran chise mado a part of tho prosont titato Con etltutlon, In 1879, by an ovisnwuELMiNa rorn- tARTOTB. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS tako placo soml annually (Juno and December), and Its GRAND 8INGLE NUM BER DRAWINGS tako placo In oaoh ot tho other ten months In the year, and are all drawn In public, at tho Acadomy of Music, New Orleans. La. "We do hereby cortlfy that wo snporvlso tho arrangements for all tho Monthly and Seml-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stato Lottery Co., and In porson manage and con trol tho drawings thomselvcs, and that tho samoaro conduoted with honosty, fairness and In cood faith toward all parties, and wo authorize thn Company touso thlsoortlfloato, v.lth fac-slml!e3of our signatures attached, In Its advertisements." ffS4 Commissioners. Wo Iho undersigned Banks and Rankors will pay all prizes drawn In! tho Louisiana fatato Lotteries which may bo prosontod at our counters. II. M. wakhis&EY, Prcs. La. Nat. Bank. p. I.ANATJX, Pres. Stato Nat. Bank. A. HAI,lvri, Tres. N. O. Nat. Bank. CAltL koiin, ires. Union Nat. Bank. GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako placo at the Acadomy of Mu9lo, Now Or leans, TUEbDAY, APRIL 15, 1830. CAPITAL PRIZE tOO.CCO Tickets at Twenty Dollars: Halves, $10; Quart ors, $5; Tonths, $.'; Twentieths, SI. livt of trizes. 1 PRIZE Or 8300,000 Is stoo.ooo 11M1IZKOP 100,0501s...., 100,000 ii'Rizeof bo.ooois so.ooo H'ltlZliOF .1 rOOIs 23.000 SPRIZESOF 10,000 aro 30,000 5PHIZESOF B,000aro 23,000 25PRIKBSOF l.COOaro 23,000 lOOPIUZKSOF GTOaro 50.000 200PIUZESOF 800 aro 60,000 M.0 PHIZES OF 200 aro 100,000 AvrnoxiMATiON Pnizis. 100 Prizes of SSOOaro GO.OOO 100 Prizes of ECO aro 30,000 100Prlzo3of SOOaro 20,000 TKaMINAL PniZES. 009 Prizes of S100 aro 99,900 OltOPtizeaof 100 aro 09,900 8,131 Prizes, amounting to 31,051,800 AOENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. VSTFoa Club Rates or any further Infor mation desired wrlto Ioclblv to tho under signed, cloarly stating your residence, with Stato, Couuty, Street and Number. Moro rapid return mall doll very will bo assured by your Inclosing an onvelopo bearing ycur full address. IMPORTANT. All ordinary letters containing Postal Notes, Monoy Orders Issued by all Express Companies or Now York Exchange. Addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orloaus, La. Addross Registered Lettors contalnlnz cur rency to Hew Orleans National Bank, Now Orloans, La. "REMEMBER that tho paymont of Prizes - ( rt,, . ti . TmrKTO,t nv 1r,f XT Ttf J 4 r 13 UUAllAniQbU 1,X A-UU.V tKltlWUllM RANKS of Now Orloans. and tho tlokets aro signed by tho presldout of an institution whoso chartered rights aro rooognlzedln tho hlghost courts; therefore bowaro ot all Imita tions or anonymous sohemos." ONE DOLLAR Is the prloo of thesraallost part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED B V US In any drawing. Anything In our name otTorod for less than a Dollar Is a swindle. JOHI E. BEALL, Couomlestonor or Seeds for Every State and Territory, NOTARY ANU U. S. COMMISSIONER. Office Hours, 9 to 5. 1831 V Street N. W. Telephone No. 814-8, w&g3 BOARDS, -PC 100 Feet, price good lumber has ever ealers in Lumber l'lANOS. Grand, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES Special attention of pnrohasora Is Invited to onr "HEW ARTISTIC STYLES," Finished In designs of "HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART." riANOS FOR RENT. Second-hand Flanos at All Frlcos. m. ;knabe & Go., 817 Market Space. EDWARD F. DrfOOP 925 Pennsylvania Avenue, Calls attontlon to his large stock of CIXASE, GABLER, WnEELOCK, BRIGGS, BEUNING and other Pianos. The Wondorful Self-Playing jEolIan Organ. 8TORY & CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN ORGANS. Gold on Installments, oxchangod, rented, tuned, moved and stored. Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe cialty. Shoet mnalo and musical merchandise at tho old stand. ftMPa. avo. llUTJSLtl AH J) itasxA.auA.nxa, "NEW YORK BUFFET, 403 TENTH STREET N. W. Best and Purest Liquors In tho oily. Im ported Cigars. TAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprlotor. fo-T-Oj mUE KUIIITT. WASHINGTON, D. O Army and Wavy Headquarters. Four Iron Fire Escapes. TERMS-13.00 and Sl.oo Per Day. T UK NORMANDIE, Corner 15th and I streets northwest, OppoBlto McPherson Oquaro. H. M. CAKE. Pronrletor. urle XTTILLARD HOTEL. VY WASHINGTON, D. O. O, G. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. Uouso, a'S.. Proprlotor. S T. JADIE9 HOTEL, EUROPEAN PLAN, SIXTH STREET AND FENNA. AVE., L. WOODBURY. Proprlotor. OSK CKUK8, HTKUL1NO, UIMNKOEA OILT EDOd or aotoioM mis. XiOTZTR And yon will always have beautiful Bread. Bolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, cor ner First street and Indiana avenue. WM. U. QAL.T & QO. Bitti fcEREsjgP York Avenue N. W. GAEOLIIA OR $11,50 Per reached, as all old builders will know at once. Gcret OQ -52 (RECISTeRED work, m3cI Lk2 II ta-SM Ckj V? ti Kji'U fJ ' K 'SS A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran dies always on hand. We call special attention to our Old Premium Port. This Wine has taken tho premium at nil California exhibits for years. Secure a quantity of -It now. Also a small stock of BBANDY of 1881. For Standard Quality of our Wines we refer to our Customers. POHNDORFF&CO., 614 Fourteenth VAULTS, tORNEK 27tU AND K STKEETS. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50, MAKE T24 OJ COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight lo thirty pe op'e. Just tlie stove for summer use, as 1I12 In stant the cook'ng is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SPCUB BV THB' WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y, 413 Tenth Street Northwest. $1.15 BOAEDS 1,000 Eeet, .. tf ?? TRADE MARlO Street N. W. fo37,d&3tf IH 10 OR 15 MIN01E5. 8tniii&p XAii,nvAi)is. Tho Ureal rcniisvlvfinl.i Route To the North, West and Southwest. Douhlo Track. Snlondld goonory. Steel Ralls. MoKnIBcont Equlpmont. In effect Mxncii 3, 1800. Trains Icavo Washington, from station, cor ner of Sixth and lists., as follows: Fon riTTsnuno and tho Wost, Chicago Lim ited Express of Pullman Vostlhnlod Cars at 10.60 a m dally; Fast Lino, 10.no am dally to Columbus and St. Louis, with Stooping Cars from I'lttshurR to Columbus; dally, oxcopt Saturday, to Chicago, with Blcoplnir Car A 1 toon a to Chicago, fit. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati Express, 8,30 pm dally. Parlor Car Washington to liar rlsburR, nnd Sleeping Cars HarrlsburR to St. Louis, ChlcaRO and Cincinnati, and Dining Car IlarrlshurR to St. Louis. Wost crn Express, at 7.40 pm daily, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St. Louis, contcotlnB dally at Ilarrlsburg with through SI copers for Loulsvlllo and Mem phis. Pnolflo Express. 10.00 pm dally, for Pittsburg and tho Wost, with through Sleeper to Pittsburg, nnd Pittsburg to Chlcneo. BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD. Fon KANr, Canandatgua, Itoehester nnd Nl agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m, Fon KniE, Cnnar.dalgua and Hocliof tor dally; for Buffalo and Nlagaia dally, oxcopt Sun day, 10.00 p m, with Slooplng Car Washing ton to Rochester. Fon WiLMAMsronT, Lock Hnvon nrtd Elmlra, at 10.50 a tn dally, excopt Sunday. Fon Wn.UAMsroiiT, dally, 8.30 p m, FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW TORE AND THE EAST. 7.20. 0.00. 11.00 and 11.40 am, S.IO, 3.15, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p m. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 am,! 10. 1.1D, 4.10. 10.00 and 11.20 p m. Lim ited Ex prossot Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 a m dnlly, oxcopt Sunday, and 4.00 p ta dally, with Dlnlnc Car. FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLT. Fast ExrnKss 8.10 a m week days, and 8.10 p m dally. Accom. fi.OO p m dally. Fon Boston, without change, 8.15 p m overy day. Fon llnooRLTN, N. Y , all through trains oon ncct at Jersoy City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton streot. Avoiding doublo ferriages across Now York city. Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m week days, 11.20 pm dally. Fon BALTIMOnu, 0.35,7.20. 8.10, 0.00, 0.40, 10.60. 11.00. and 11.40 n m, 12 05, 2.10, .1.15, 3.30. 4.00, 4.10. 420, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00, and 11.20 p m. On Sunday, 9.00, 9 01, 10.50, 11.40 a tn, 2.10, 8.15, 8.80, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 pm. Fon Pori's Cheek Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p m " dally, excopt Sunday. Fon ANNArous, 7.20, 9 00 a m. 12 05 and 4.20 p m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 9.05 a m, 4.10 pm. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN. In effect MAncn 2, 1890. Fon Alexandria-4.80, 0.35, 7 45, 8.40, 0.45, 10.57 n m, 12.04 noon, 2 05, 4.23, 4.55, 0.01. B.f 2, 10.05 and 11.37 p ni. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.45, 9.45, 10.57 a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.05 pm. Accommodation ron QBANTico-7.45am and 4.65 p in week-days. 7.45 a m Sundays. Fen Richmond and tho South 4.30, 10.07 am and 4.15 p ra dally. Accommodation 4.53 p m woek-days. TnAiNs loavo Alexandria for Washington 0.05, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10. 10.15, 11 07 n m, 1.20, 3.00, 3.15,5.10,7.05.0.20, 10 32 and 11.05 p m. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 3.15, 5.10, 7.C5, 9.S0 and 10 32 p m. Tlokets and Information at tho oCflco, northeast corner of Thirteenth streot and Pennsylvania avenuo, and at tho station, whero orderB cau bo left for tho ohcoklng of baegago to destination from hotels and resi dences. J. H. WOOD, Goncral Passenger Agent. CTIAHLES E. PUOfl. general Mnnager. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Schcdulo In effoct Deo. 29, 1SH9. Leavo Washington from Station corner Now Jersoy nvenuo and C stroot. Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuled Limited express dnlly 11:20 a m, express 9:30 pm. Fon Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapo lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p m. Fon PiTTflnuiiO nnd Cleveland, Vestlbuled Limited express dally 11:S0 a m and oxpress 8:40 p m. Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tl0:30 am. Fon WiNcnESTEn and Way Stations, t5 SO p.m. Foil LcnAT, 8:40 p m. Fon llALTiaioiiE, week days, 4.00, 5 00, 6.40 7.20, 8.30,0 20, 9 45 (11.00, 12 00, 45mlnutosV, n m, 12.10, 2 00, 2.30 (45 minutes), 3.15(45-mln-ntesl. 3 25, 4.23, 4 30, 4.35, 6 80, 0.20, 7.10, 7.45, 9 00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4.00, 7.30. 8 30, 9 20, 9.45 a m, 12 00 (K minutes). 1.15, 2.00, 230 (45-mlnutcs), 22.214.171.124,4.35, 0.20.7.10. 7.45, 9 00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Fon Wat Stations botweon Washington nnd Baltimore, 5 CO, 0.10, 8,'JO, a m, 12.10, 3.25, 4.35, o 20, 11.30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15. 3 25,4 35,0 20,1130 pm. Tkains leavo Baltimore for Washington, week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 3.SO. 9.15 and 10 15 am: 12.C0, J2.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00, 4.10,4.15. 5,00, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30,8.30,8 35, 10.20, 10.25 and 11 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, 8.80, 8.35, 10.20, 10.25 and HCOp m. Fon ANNArous, 0.40 a m, 12.10, 4 25 p m. On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leavo An napolis C.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays, 8.37 am,4.o0pm. Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branoh, 16.45, ilO.SO a m, $1.10 p m for principal sta tions only; tlO.30 am, t4.30 and t5.30 p m, Fon R0GKV11.T.E and way statlous, tl.35 n ra, Fob GAiTiinnsnuiio and Intermediate points, 9 00 a m. tl 00, 5.35, tll.S5 p m. Ton Botd's and lntormodfato stations. T7.00 p m, SilO.Oupra. Cnuncn TnAiN leaves Washington on Sun day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on Metropolitan lirannh. v For Fia'iiEnicK, t0.45. tll.SO a m, 3,10, t4.S0 pm. Sundays, 1.10 , m Fon IlAOEnsTowN, tll.SO a. m. and t5.30 p. m. Tkains arrive fiom Chicago dallv 11.45 a m and 4.05 pm: from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm: from Pittsburg 7.10 a m, 0 50 p m dally. NEW YORK. AND PHILADELPHIA DI VISION. Fon New YonK. Trenton, Nowark and Elizabeth, N. J., 4.00, t8.00, 9.20, '11 00am, 2.30, 4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10.80 p m, open at 0.00 p m. Fon PiiiLAPELniu, Nowark, Wilmington and Chester 4 to, ts.ott, 20, W.OO a m. 2.30, 4.20, 7,10 and 10 30 pm. Fon iNTEiiMEniATE toints between Baltl moro and Philadelphia, tS.OO and $7.20 a m, 12.00, td.15 p m. Tiiains leave New 'York for Washington, 8.30,tll.00a m,J,00, 3.20, 5.00 p m and 12.15 nlpht. Trains iave Philadelphia for Washington, 4.40, 8.15, 'lLlO a m.tl 35, t.40, '0.05. 7.40 pm. Fon Atintio Citt, IC3 am and '12.00 m. Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12 00 noon. t Excel t Sunday. Dally. VSundayonly. Baggage called fur and checked from ho tels ard residences by Union Transfer Co. on orders left at ticket offices, 01IT and 1351 Pa. ao. nnd at Depot. J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL, uen. .Manager. ueu. pass. Ag't. Chesapaaice and Ohio Riilwav. Schedule lu effect -March 2. 1S0O. ROUTET Trains lt:uv,i ITnlon Denot. Sixth und B Btrcets. 10.67 a m for Newport News, Old Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. 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