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TITE DAILY CKITIC, MONDAY EVENING, MAT 20, 1890.
The Daily critic
V ITT BPXOXJJiB.
llaby Carriages ami KerrtgewHsrii.
tiaTing wwi ii great ran on those Ss pm'.ot
mii f- i-f vfn pieces, we mm oot attention
i 1 ni- v i arrlasrw nix! refrigerators. Sm
v i want them, and no family nouM, for a
niTitc, lie wlthont them. The stock we dls
1 1 ir rmhrace the newer styles, the twit
nnkMand the lowest prlr. Twa bOTti-ntS
r .mr ircdst rtTn are always, at the Art
1 ii of otir tnrtotnew. Therefore, hrta
wi ' money yon hv sant taw what jtw
wru Thst 1 tbe role fit RmMvn'n FBrnl
me arpet and Wore Stores, at 930 find 93
;". 'rect northwest.
Hongtitnn ft (.' Unprecedented In
ilneement. The fhMpet yet. .Int rend tnetr bargain
s 'unit nre: 1 oak nnrean. t nHntend. 1 wash
.n.l i pnlr of f rather pillows, 1 extra large
i iktaMe,Sflnrt-edc.tTSj,twlre mattress
i" thee serviceable and desirable articles,
i Mni rrarr day, for the small n of $23 08.
A train they offer chairs and a sin footex-t.-'lnn
table for the snrprl.tng and nnpreca
;niod twice of ito.oo. And again, n yon
i ire fhr smalt mm of 10 If so, we onr 7
1'ii ci r.k dining room suite. It h a daisy, and
tho i'ti is almost nominal,
W. M. tlorniiToll A Co.
lS!AltSSFst N W.
The National .Snfe Deposit Company.
Cor, tnth St. nnd N, Y. Avenue,
storage for Sttrwrware, Jewlry, Laos.
Fine Hoods and valnaWee of all kinds,
charges modern!. Safe deposit boxes for
rent at the very rawest rales.
New Haver, Deeenbw IS, tsas.
Tho Anbeneer-Dtwen ft-rewtoK Aseeetatton,
St. LonI, Mo.:
Gentlemen Tbe sample et Faost Deer
lately received (rem you lor analysts has la
100 parts by wesght the teMewhtg eetapoet
tlon: Total solid oxtraet 6.880
C'arbonloaeM pas. , jm
Systematic search has failed to show tho
prcsenco of any adulterant, aad the oompo
s'tlon Is very similar to that of the Ilest Deer
ot Munich and Vienna. Tours, etc,
S, W. Jonason,
rrofossor of Chemistry. Yalo Collofio.
fir street and Virginia arenna southwest,
For spring lamb and Washington drossed
beef bo to ,f . It. Kolly, Ninth street wine,
f'entro Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
IN THE WILD WOODS.
llio llrnutlfiil Custom of Celohrntlas
lYIilt-Momlay In This City.
To day Is M'lill-JIondny anil many
I aittca of Ray young people In light
anil airy costumes are enjoying a
healthful communion with old D.imo
Nature in tho boautlful and plcluriw.iio
pitcn woods that surround Washington,.
These Maying parties have long hewn
In vogue here, and tboy are one of tho
many pretty customs at the Nation's
This evening "In the gloaming" the
ycung people will roturn to tho city
icy and ruddy from tho effects of their
tut of door romp, and bringing with
Ihcm fiouvcnlrs of the occasion In the
f-l.nric of garlands and bouquets of pretty
WhlUmitlile unit Why It Is Celebrated
Whit Sunday, or Whitsuntide, wa
generally observed In the Catholic,
Lulhcran and KpIcopal churches In
this clly yesterday. This festival was
Instituted In the Christian church
tc ward tbe close of the second century,
tied among tho Latin and Greek Chris
tians ranks next after Easter. It com
memorates the day when, as related in
Acts il, the Holy Ghost descended upon
the apostles and bestowed on them the
flft of tongues. The conversion of 3,000
persons which followed Is held to be
the beginning of the preaculiiir of the
Gospel to all nations. The festival was.
In the early ages, one of tbe favorite
reasons for administering baptism, and
01 those who received It were clothed lu
white, to symbolise the spiritual purity
wiiicn uapiism is supposed to comer,
tbe day acquired the name of YVhlt
hunday, or Whitsuntide.
A Hebrew Celebration,
The Hebrew citizens of Washington
celebrated yesterday as Pentecost, or.
aa it was called in the oldea time, "Tbe
day of first fruits." It is one of the
principal Jewish festivals and takes the
came Ventecost because it was cl
1 rated on tbe fiftieth day after the Feast
c f the Passover, The modern Hebrews
celebrate two days of holy convocation
en the occasion.
Walking on the Water.
Paul 1 Soy b ton gave au exhibltkw oa
tl.e I'otoioac at Itlver View yesterday
lifore at least 5,000 people. The
btcamers Pealz aad Pilot Boy wade
tvveral trip. mIiIi the WasktagloalaBS
iiml AicvittdriiMS, who i messed tbe
ft a' a of Wallace Horn, tbe oaffwan.
ar.'l C'spUla ltoyatOH, who performed
inny marvelous Miutic feats.
For Wonhjr I'urpuje,
An Intel estlug tstaiuet will be
Li.cn at Liaeela Hall o Juat 8, under
n.c auspteee of tbe Father Matthew
h dcty. to raiae fuada for the endow
ir.cnt of a Father Matthew Chair in the
I ailiolic Uaiversity. There will be a
Ittture by Uiskop Keaae, a musical
I I ruiuni I charge of Professor G sa
i a and a cekbialioa by tbe Catholic
1 ul AUthse.ce I'-io of Awerka.
A-yllmr Cbl Oar awMwily
A iiile two cable cars were parsing
... U oibur at tbe cottteir of Seventh aad
1 irccU last ntgfcJ. 8esjinisi Giant,
it. jltLiuplijig to board osut of tbe cars,
v i btiutk by use other mm. He wad
i led over osi tbe paveioesU several
.,., uad badly bruised U di-ereat
; i' cs .bout tbe body- Ha was taken
i i, is home. KIT s street northwest, by
I Q ecu Matter aad Garrey.
A Xtitmi MHtt-kuwlm l'ltui.
ILc Cosiiinissioiusrii prooo&e to try
itc .x)ritusisof ssMsei-HseefiAg sow
u M-feut- ia Frss ami Buskw, of av-
.- the AvesHse, bow tbe Capitol to
-. vtiiittatbststeot, spriokkd asw swept
i iuco ajad boys stassos4 ou eub
-jic Uy this stfcesws tba tboswugb-
, - U1 be keot ties si til hours.
! Uk give gsl MtUavtljA
tumiwt v-i Memeisjs
l tc PvaivuHke ckrks. at a mmti4 oa
.-. ,.i,ly, fvosd by wsolutioa House
Nu. !, ptvridM Jut t sasvmI
. a. L ..r s'rUxtt days. d House UU No.
. . LacUting for an Uwriitasf of ftUO
a vcar, T phx.'ittg she usJUus
jjjy ha . ' ir
fc v( jr.ioli to
Ttu. Uii..... . . i -, , KaMciMsi C'uut
1 y wUi n . i - u . hat,ffU4U Wli
ti-fcU.u tu l-Waw(. u tl ot 0 for Uu.
i LbJ trip iul til uum H U tu i, lu
- -wie mini fur rc4uru paassgc umU Miy
i iu.li.alvt, tolrcvolitllui luW rlo
. 'J K jiJt dutti U oUwr UU ju uti Uls
i. AV 1..K. (.-.l'4.UIwmir.
PATRIOTISM IN PEPIT
MEMORIAL SERMONS BY WSH
SUNDAY IN THE CHURCHES.
Sefuwiw M4e h Parts t Uh Ord
ktmj f tin RjmWi-Pi-
TftK nt. rm. iikkkt k satijr.
A bwdy cf men wliB lsoks lie
okenctl that they tittd mere than once
faced the whlMlng mini Imll and the
bclchlrif caniMra were ranged In pews
In llamllne Church yesienlay foretwon.
These men were members of Hie
Grand Army of the HermMIc, Depart
ment of (be Polomac, ami they were
aMembletl, acwnllna; to their annual
custom, to listen lo a sermon by Ilev
Henry It. Naylor, in memory of their
comrades who people the many silemt
Ilev. Jfr. Naylor first gave n histori
cal sketch of many great wars. In re
ferring feelingly Co the late civil strife,
he said of the dead that are scattered
over the country.
The Woman's Ilellef Corps was also
present, and Department Commander
51. B. Urell occupied a front pew. The
minister took his text from Acts 22, 23:
"With a gront sum obtnlned I this free
dom." With this he coupled the topic,
"Our patriot dead, the union's equi
librium," To me It is not wonderful that It took so
long to subjugate the South; that so many
sanguinary battles had to be fought; that
so many brave men mutt needs die before
Appomattox was reached. The won
der Is that the struccle ceased at all
wlillo one man with such blood
coursing through his veins re
mained to wield n sword. Doutily
dear now Is this freedom for which so great
n sum lias licen paid. 'Several, one. Is a
fact now; licforo It was but a sentiment.
The dead of tho South, not less than tho
dead of tho North, indorse the motto and
eiTo it a significance It cannot lose. Yes,
tiio dead wrapped In his gray nnd tho dead
wrapped In his Muo nrouio Union's equi
librium. Many In one forever.
The sermon throughout was pic
turesque and brimful of patriotism.
nr.v, mi. UM.IOTT.
"Tho Making of Our Country" was
the subject of n patriotic sermon at tho
Concrcgatlonnl Church yosterday by
Itcv. Dr. Elliott. It referred mainly In
beautiful langungc of proo and poetry
to Memorial Day.
III1V. Al.l'AAMlKlt B. OttWOtf.
The members of Furrngut Post, No.
1(1, G. A. It., listened to nn eloquent
scimnn yesterday by Hov. Alexander
K. Gibson at Wnugh M. K. Church on
Capitol Hill. At least 100 members of
the post wcro present. Thu sermon was
intensely palilotlu. Tho reverend gou
tliman concluded with tho statement
Hint the proper means for thu preserva
tion of tlic Union was tho education of
the public at public expense.
The comrades of tho Union Vut
oralis' Union, as Is customary on tho
Sunday preceding Decoration Djy, at
tended Divine service yesterday morn
ing at St. Paul's Lutheran Churob,
Klcventh and II streets northwest. The
church waa crowded. Pastor Domer,
in his sermon to the soldiers, told them
that they bad learned the lessons of
peace, and that the Union soldiers nndo
ft possible to lloat our Hag In the
presence of all nations as an emblem
of peace. Tbu peacu sentiment of our
nation, be said, has been consolidated,
and thu world Is beginning to soo the
dawn of n brighter and better day.
The excellent choir of tho church sang
tho hymns, "Am I a Soldier of the
Cross'' and "Soldiers of Christ
i i i n
fjpincerlin Colleco Commencement,
The twenty-fourth annual graduating
exercises of the Kpencerluu iJusiness
College will be held this evening at
Lincoln Music Hall. The salutatorlans
are George C. Kchafar and Lucy M.
Graces, ami the valedictorians, Arthur
A. Hall and Laura V. Slaughter. Ad
dresses will lie made by Professor
Spencer ami his wife. Commissioner
of Education Harris will present the
diplomas, ami addresses will also be
made by M. 31. Parker and Ilev. Frank
Eewull. An attractive musical pro
gramme has also been arranged by the
New Sleeping Can to St, I.ouU.
Pullman UulTet Slsepfag Cars now rua
through, to lit. touts, via Cloetunatl, oa tbe
Baltiatoro and (JUo Vestibule Limit,
leaving iteMer daily at 9:80 p. ra., Wash
ington at 8:80 p. m., arriving Sc Louis next
alteruoon at ft.48. X similar ssrvlee U
BuibtitJued ob tbe B. .fc O Express leaving
Baltimore daily at 10:30 p. in., Washington
11. SO p. iu., arriving t. ImuU Um sseond
uornuig st 7:13.
Eoioilody will get a pleasant rids and
also a gold watch JLstn and diamond lueltnt
on il 3U Ward exiurkton beueas.
THINK OF IT!
As a Flesh Producer there can ha
aa faestiou bat that
Of ?J2 Go J Lirer Oil and Hypflphaspaiies
Cf Lime and Soda
Is witkeet a iivaL, Mauy have
yaioed s. yoa 4 a day by voe ue
Cf it. It cares
seeaFtiu, Reasscuim. esutus tu
mm, Asia au- Fu3 f t&iw m.
JkV mu yrt Urn tfiwitiimg
;C. M'-I tllsifrmfa
j mi bhu ut Tmet uvwa m mut w w m
ayij V 9 a& pcvsmAwfc mwi
WILL TOD HAVE A DRINK?
Uifs U nest Inn Was fot (lenerAlly
The psMrctft eontlBwe to keep their
"iwepert" o the mrotm men ami
who!rtte dealers, wh are snapected of
dhrnirtlBg Uquors on Sunday. The
pMt three Sundays have been very dry
owes for those who have been in the
custom of getting their HqtiM refresh
menta on Snmlay, a well tn anv otlrer
days. Yesterday, howerer, the We
doors awl the back doors ami the dummy
waiters were not In working order, and
those who wished lo Indulge In beer
flocked lo the Virginia pleasure resorts
by (he tlioiTtands. Yesterday afternoon
lite police SOTpected that Fred. Kohler.
wlm has a wholesale license for a place
near the corner of Fourteenth ami
Wilson streels, was doing a Sunday
business. A number of colored men
were being admitted through a large
tale on one side of bis premises when
Officer Lynch attempted to get In. He
was very forcibly pushed Iwck by the
gale keeper, named Pope, ami the gate
pulled shut In his face.
tlonaril University Ilxorclses,
Iter. Dr. Itankln delivered the Bac
calaureate sermon lo the college de
partment of Howard University at the
Congregational Church last night, and
Ilev. W. Ulshop Johnson delivered a
similar sermon at Coburn Hall. Iloth
of the speakers gnve tho collegians
good and timely ndvlco.
To-night the Law School commence
ment will be held at 8 o'clock at the
First Congregational Church. To-morrow,
from 0 n. m. to 2 p. m., Ihoro will
be public examinations In the collage
preparatory nnd normal departments,
together with samples of printing, car
pentry nnd drawing In the Industrial
Tho normal and preparatory exercises
will be held in tho University chapel at
8 p. m. Wednesday. Tho cxerclsos of
the college commencement will bo held
Friday evening at tho First Congrega
The Minstrel I'nrade.
rrtmroso nnd West's Minstrel Com
pany made n very attractive parade
through tho principal streets of the city
this afternoon. This company will ap
pear at tho New National Tlicatro all
To New York In Five Hours,
Tho quickest train scrvlco from Wash
In pi on to Halllmorc, Philadelphia and New
York Is operated by tho II. A O. It. II. Co.
l'lillman llufTet Parlor Carson all through
Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
as West Jeneyst.,
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno ), 1998.
l'UU Is to corn I r that I have used for some
months with muou aatlsfaetlon. the oombln.v
tlon ot remedies, for Ileadaobo, known as
Urines' Headache Troches, The remedy
pores more headaches, especially such aj at
test Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and it this certljloate will
bo tit means of bmurlnslt to the favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that trouble-, I
hall feel that I have dons them a service.
U. It. BUOWSf.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Drumrtsts or sent by Mall ou Re
ceipt ot Prise.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH. N. J.
WHAT A LITTLE CASH
WJIX UUY AT THE
Great Syndicate Sale
COKMKS JilUTn AND E STS. N. W.
tu wttl bar a Pisa Btask ec Btoe dark
setnw Salt, worth
SIS wtU tay a Hae Btwas St. wertfc SH.
UM. Splnatti Wack Ctortat SiL
S7 bnys a 0Md All-wool Ssnlrti Ptald gust.
H. flsairfaslttns 11"titisI I'ttt
St buys a aood Hixed Suit.
te'i BncUafa gesae Sidu,Ue aad gsay,
SS.TS bys a Hsu Bat's Snst, U U yu.
UM buys a Xobhr AU-wool fisisiwnse Suss
S4af tays a HswDsnas CWItmxw isnsC
SSJJ wtM bny KsaM Bans Paass.
H .a tMtys AM-wool Cnnrmsw Vnnts.
11 IT. SniasulM Uairtijw laU-
Chthtsesi' ffast KaaSs, ate.
Children' aMsts. all wool, tt.tr.
ChtkUen'a Salts, m tuOy, W-
h. e. tor. mu uuu i: s. a. w
Great Sjndicais Clothing Co,
jyj uja yjyj f lfffbjf ksMtS hsjMllslitel BMlssst
SoUc UhA BsttORttl WfenuMuUnf fiMfiOsd oof
94C SHWC SttMslsVaUhl lHsfaUsVn UMUsVsV
WU. U. 6ALT 41 DO.
MAT mmm w
924 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
TO COKTIXDK FOR A
FEW DAYS LONGER.
This is a Bona-Fide Sal e of $200,000
Which Must He Bold to Satisfy ihe Demands of the Creditors. Every
Garment Guaranteed to be Perfect In Style, Fit and Workmanship or
NOTE PRICES AND COMPARE WITH THE
PRICES YOU HAVE PAID ELSEWHERE.
Men's Kvery-Day Pants, '80e: former prleo, St.
Men'sKHook-About Pants, SI: former ptlee, $2,.
lien's All-Wool rants, ; former price. ?!.
Men's Dress Pants, 83.50; former price, JT.00.
Tallor-Mado rants at Half rrlce.
Men's Everv-Day Suits. Si CO; former price, 16.
Men's All-Wool Knits, S5: former price, fit.
Men's Illack Cheviot 8nlts, se.SO; former price, SU.
Men's mack Cheviot Bolts, S10; former price, S.
Men's lllnck Prince Albert bolts, tio, former price, .
FlneDlBckrrlnce Albert and Cutaway Buits, sdk-llncd,
atlessthanltAtiFrniCK. , , ........
Wo ali have Extra Largo Else 8ults, from 31 to 4S Inehol
Dreast Mensnre. . . . . ....
Boys' and Children's Snlts and rants at HAW TRICE.
Don't Miss Your Last Chance to Buy First-C'ass Clothing at HALF PRICE
924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets.
BENNING, D. C.
THE BRANCH OFFICE OF THE
American Energizer Manufacturing Company
is rtEStovED rrtoM the wavehly house to
1416 F'STREETrKELLOGG BUILDING.
Chartered by Special Act of Congress,
JANUARY W, 187.
SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES.
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS DORar,AIl AND FIItE-I'IlOOP
Contained In its FIRE-ritOOF BUILDIN0,
11. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave.
OPPOSITE U. S. TREASURY.
OFFICE HOURS. 0 A. M. TO 4 P. M.
Paper Supplies ail Stationery.
920 F STREET N.W.,
WASniNQTON, D. O,
OUR PBBS6B8 are of tbe latest aad
taprorstt yte. 0r aMertcaeataf tn
huire aad we are eeattaually addtsit to
ol the lataat aui saast
aMMtcaeat at M
tisuallv addhurto our
M BUCAJmrJB PBIKTINO.
ds., Am Jta.
Ia fa. avarftkiK that a faaalMM bm aaada.
CHURCH B8 AND SCHOOLS
Utm v4r. iallaMw fat Ikafr rtyfa al wait.
We woui4 iipemftUr oftU aittttttioft to oar
ftrtHtlw tot priutlBfC Iaw C&MM, HsiidaV
9V yoBfiMUiooBiu leptete wttha Mtoir
of ' Ura" type, suitable for tfala ulaM i
iatttUkapetJM- OUR WSJMftlY toUMd
with tha laleat jm of book fofetta ail
wlitJ&bH machine aad la tborffow
unliable of competition with aay at tba larga
iiew TiTfT boiiaaa.
BKBTOV WORJt ATTHXLOWliT POSM
BLEPBiCJtS. M'GILL &.WALLACE,
117 K St rant XMhWl.
TU oidet latthHahfld toiatimt Suvm la
FACIUTIBsJ FOK ajtWWUX K WOMI
liiftUMPAfcUW Y AJfY WJV4X
ut tux xn.
A Spflfll Uu Oi UM LaMet MuaaUlM h
ygqtemx CmAi tiiat lBsj(AjfaQ0 9ua 9tfr
(amaaa. Mte iglftk lBTtjnuii to MiWA.
AadSiery Steal of Book. FrJatiw
iiecnud aad at Uwdit KaUa-
TJUJU-BUHS CALL, 6 i.
PABST BREWING CO.,
rormcrly the Phil. Dost RrowlnR Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIC.
Especially Good for Family Uo.
Ueaeficlat or Weak and Debilitated Persons.
MANAQBR WAWINQTON DRANCII,
;w and V North Capitol Street.
Toleplione TS. ap9
AND INVEST IN A
Return Premium Accumulative Bond,
issued uv the
Life Insurance Co,
The Ceapany saaraatees to pay atdaath
of Insured the faee valao of the bond, aad
alsotoretarn all Installments patj op to
The Uoiul proTldaa for a payment In eath
of Itafaee value aad all aeeu mulattos TO
THE INSURBD IF UK LlVfti.
1 be following exanple of a Rood, tseuad at
q of 40, will illtutrate this plan of latar
asee: The aanaal premium at aae of 48 oa
a hoed of ttO.dV, raaturlog ia flf
tByiMn,ls .....$ m GO
Total for fifteen years U,uf0M
At Balmily of tie Road the eoe-
paiiy wlu pay tbe faee value lflM O)
AnoHBt of Mrplua predieted ifilMW
Total Cal Value 15,3 10 00
t'rullt to IosurtI, Iie.ldM
Life lu.urauee $ 4,170 00
SrceiiL Aaasra ifcu Soucrroaa Nanitss to
refweieM tbe cotapuay, tu pretaat it plaaa
of iaunuuie to iHlzena of Waihlaatoa.
Liberal eotttraeta will be aada with guod
ww. Address or apply newoaally tu
afaa.lt H7 F STKBBT X. W.
1IUTBLH JLSli XttaTJ.UttJ.JlTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
a TilKTH STRKKT N. W.
Beat aad Purest TsVausw id tbd eaty. lm-
Ataayaaui Navy Ha4ttrt3fi.
Mm baa Baaaea.
TSSMaVfS.ea ad liJlW rm Bay,
ftfi. SWAPUB, lata f TfcSSTwt te,
SiHrK IHItJKW AMB ?SJA. AYS.
6rand.Upr.gbt and Square
mniinl attoanoB of parihaartw lilafltol to
FtoloL-jj tu daslaai of
WAROJi JOB nausx.
Saawki-baad piaaM atAMMwa.
WM IKNABH SS OO.f
87 MarJtat Sou.
Main Store, 916 7th
Pa. Ave. and
GOOD BOARDS, f 1.15,
SixTn St. and :New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
$1.15 PER 100 FEET,
This la tlin Lowest Price Good Lumber has ever reached, as all old
builders will know at once.
LlBBEY, BlTTINGrER & MlLLER
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $1.15 and $ 1 .50.
MAKE TEA OR COFFEE Hi 10 OR IS MIN0TE3.
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just tlie stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.1
We Call Special Attention to Our
OLD PREMIUM PORT.
Tkl Wine Has Taken tbe Premium at All California BxhlMU for Ytfua.
Eseure a Quantity of It Now.
ALSO A SMALL STOCK OF
BBANDY OF 1881.
For Standard Quality of Our Wines We
Refer to Our Customers; '
614 Fourteenth Street N. W.
VAULTS, rORNEB OTtU AXD K ST1I1JETS. te'i7,iXA
BUT YOUR TRUIES AM HAEIB3S
425 bevuiUi St N W-, fiet Ui Odd FlkW Hli.
St. Branches, 1 22 1
411 7th St.
York Aye. 1ST. "W.
PER 1,000 FEET.
The Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Donbte Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Hafts. Msirnifleent Equipment.
In effect Mat 11, 1890.
Ttfthis lre WMWwrton, from sttlon, cor
ner of Slstn and Bstreeti, as follows:
PoK rrrnwnw and the Wet. Chlcaw Llmttel
Kxpresa of Pnllman estl"jnled Cars at
fO.Wa m daRt; Past Line, WW a m dally
to OoUimlms and St Lonla, 1111 Sleeping
Cars from rUtstmri to Colnrabns; dally,
except Sattmlay, to Chicago, with Sleeping
Car Altoonft to Chleairo. St Louis, Chloaco
and Cincinnati Expresa, 3 30 pm dally,
rartor Car Washington to Ilarrlstnri! and
Bleeping Car llarrlsbnrg to St. Inl. Chl
nn and MrirlTinll. anil Wnlnff Car Ilar-
rlswirgto St. Lonls. Western Expre, at
7.40 p m dally, with Steeping Cars Washing
tong to Chicago and St. Lonls, oonnoctlng
dally at llarrlsbnrg with Ihroneh sleepers
for Lonlsvllle and Memphis, raolflo Ki
prcas, 10 oo p m dt Uy, for nttsbnrg and tho
weat, with throngh Sleeper to Pittsburg,
and nttstmrg to Cllcago.
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD.
Fon Kane. Canandalgna, Rochester and Nl
agara Falls dally, except Snnday,8 10 am.
Fon Bate, Wnandalgna and Rochester dally;
for Rnffalo and Niagara, dally, except Sat
urday, 10.00 p m. with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WtuiAMsroKT, I,ock Haven and Elmlra,
at 10.BO a ra dally, except Snnday.
Fon Wn.UAroRT dally, it 30p m.
Fon rnitAnri.i-BtA. New Torfc and the East,
7.30. 0.00, 11.00 and 11.40 a ra, S.10, 3 n, i 90,
5.40. 10.00 ami n.30 p m. on 8nnc'ay,909,
11.40 a m, 8.10, 3.15, 4 30, 10.00 and 11 SO p m.
Limited Express of rulltnnn Parlor Cars,
0.40 a m dally, oxcept Sunday, and 5.00 p
ra dally, with Illning Car.
Fonrnn.AnEi.rHiA only. Fast Express 8.10 a
m, week-days, ami 4.00 pm dally. Express,
Snnday only, 8.40 p m.
For Boston without change, 3.15 pmerory
Fon CnooKLTK, N. T., all throngh trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer lo Fulton
street. Avoiding doublo ferriage across
New York City.
Fon ArtAKTio Citt, 1140 a m week-days,
Fon RlLTlMonz, G-V, 7.20, 8.10. B.00, 0,10, 10 00,
IOiO, II 00 ami 11.40 a tn. 12 05,8 10, 3.1 3.30.
4 CO, i SO, 4.20, 8.00, 5.40, 6 00, 7 40, 10 00 anil
HJMpm. on Sunday 0.00.9.05. 10 jso, it. w
am, .10, 8.15, 80, 4 00, 4.80,5.00. 5.40,0.00,
7 40, 10.00 and 11.30 pm.
Fon Pora's Cheek Link, 7J80 a m and 4 JO p m
dally, except Snnday.
Fon AxNAroLis, 7.S0nd 0.00a m, 12,03 and t.M
pm dally, oxcept Snnday. Sundays, 1.93
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAT.
In effect Mat 11, 1890.
Fon AtiXANnntA, 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 9.4.1,
10.67 n In, 12.01 noon, 3 00, 3.30. 4J5.4 55, 0 01,
8.(4, 10.C5 and 11.30pm. On Snnday at 4.30,
7.45. 0.45, 10 57, a PI, 8.30,0.01, 8.02. and 10.03
AccnsmoPAiloN ron Qpaxtico, 7.43 a m and
4 6ft p tn week-days. 7.43 a m Sundays.
For HiriiMoND and tho South, 4,10 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.53 pm week
days. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington,
6.05 7.03.8.00,9.10,10.15, 11.07,am! 1.S0.3.00,
3.50, 5.10, 0.03, 7.03, D.t. 10.37 and It 03 p m.
on snnday at 9.10, and 11.07 a m; 3.00, 5.10,
7.05, 7.S9, 9.90, and 10.37 n m.
Tickets and Information at tho office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth stroct and
rcnrmylvanja avenue nnd at tho station,
where orders can bo left for the checking of
bagcago to destination from hotels anil resi
dences. J. It. WOOD.
General l'asicnger Agent,
CIIAS. E. rUO II, Ucnetal Manager.
Ilnltiiiioro mid Ohio Railroad,
Schcdulo In Effect May 11, ISO).
Leave Wathlngton from station corner of
New Jersey avenuo and C street.
Fon Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Vostlbnlcl
Limited express dally 11.30 a ra, express
9.3U p m.
Fon Cincinnati, St Toulsnnd Indlanapollv
exrrcM dally, 3.30 and It. 30 p m.
Fon l'lrrsnunfl.nnd Clevolaod, oxpress dally
0.3O a. m and 0.40 p m.
FouLexinston and points In the Shenan
doah Valley, 11.30 a m.
Fon WiKciiKurrn and way Stations t3 30 pm.
Fun Lchat 8.40 p m.
Fun UAi.TiMnns, week days 4 0', 5.00, 0.33,
7.W, 7.30, 8.00. 8, a 30 lll.OO, 14.00, -mln-utoi)
a in, 12.10. 3.15, 2 50, (IS-mlnu'e) 3 11,
(IMnlnllloi) 3.!), 4.80, 4.30, 4.32, 4 50. 5.30.
0.00, 0.15, 0 SO, 7.30, 8.35, 9.10, 10.30, and UXiO
p m. Sumlays 4 05. 7 90. 7 so. 8.30. 0.30 a m.,
(l2C0,4S-mliiiitaa) 1.10,2 184.108.40.206,(U-mlnato4)
.1.25, 4 W, 4.32, 4.CO. (ilinluutO)) 0.00, 0.13,
0.80. 7A. 8 M, 10 JO. 1 l.t 0 p m.
Fon Wat Matioks between Washington and
I altlmore, 3.00, 0.85. 8.3t a m, 12 10, 3.V1, 4 .12,
0 80, 11. CO p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1,10.
.125.4S2, U.A", lt.OOp. m.
TnAa ieavx.Iialtinobk for Washington
week tiayr, 5.0i. B0, 0.30, 7 15, 780,8 00
8 30. 8.3S. i) so and 10.8D. 10.3A a m; 1 MO, l.eo
8.10, S.0, 8 50, 4 13, 5.C0. 0 CO, 8 80. 7.00. 7.30.
880, 8 30, 900. 10,10. 10.80 and 11.00 p m.
bucdara, 030,7.15.8 Sr.8 3.1, 9 30, 1080, 10 33
a m; 1 .00, 1.08, 3,10, 3 SO, 4,13, 8.00, C 20, 7,00,
7.30. 8.80, 8.30, 10.10, 10 80 and 11.00 I) m
Fob ANNiroLis. 6.85 and 8 30 b m, 12 10 and
4 16 p m. Sunday, 8.30 a ra, I W p in.
Leave Annapolis 0.10, 8.80 a m, 12 03, 3.50
pm. Sundays, 8 soau. 4 00pm.
Fon stations on tho Metropolitan Dranob,
iBX, 8.30 am. 1.U p m For prlnolpal
stations only, tl0.toam.,t I SOand 13 30 pm.
Fok Hockviixe and Way stations, tl 35 p m.
FurIaithebbi'uu and Intermediate points,
tSW. ilOOO, tlUlO a m, tl.00, t3.00, 'J-SS,
., S10.W. tllWpm.
FoRltotu'sand Inturmedlate stations, '7.00
Chvhth train leaves Washington on Sun lay
at l.u p tn, stopping at all stations on Met
ropolitan lira neb.
I'oa l'BSiimicK K.30IS30, 9 30, til.) a m,
Sl.lS.t3 30, 1 1 30 pm.
For lUuaiwTowN, rll.'W a m and ts.30 p m.
Thaihs arrive from Chicago dally at II 45 a m
and 4 10pm; from ClDclnnatl and St. Iwls
daily 3 so a in aad 2 05 p m; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 5 50 p m dally.
NEW VOltK rniLADELI-niA DIVISION
For Nlw Vuhk. Trenton, Newark, and Elisa
beth. N. J , l fS, t8i0. I0 W. 18.00 a. m
2X0, l.to and t0 30 p. m. Duffel Parlor
Cats oa au day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10 0 p. ni , oiu at 9 to p ra
Fob Philawuvhia. 'lOa, S.W. 10.(0, 'UM
Hoon, 1 50, '4.50, 613 ami 10.80 p. m.
Fob Nzwahk, Del. Wtlailagtoa and Charter,
Fvk lKTKBMKiHATc point betwMn Daltlmoro
and PlilHulilpUa,t.eOataST 30 a. m ,tl2.W,
I JO p. BJ.
Ttaim leave New York for Washington.
S W. til SO a ra, 8.W, 3.8, 'i-( n m. aad
TmiNi W. ve PUUdelpbU for Washington,
II,8 18.W.1S, 'ILSS a IB, 11 W, Mil,
H-Sfi, T p m.
Fob Atlantic City, 10 a raand li Wm.
tRxeet SMBday. IMIly. fuBday nnly.
Uugut ealwd for and ckeekad fiom
MMM aud retUrttee by C'utoa Transfer Co.
oa orders Wt at tktkat uolcw. Si and Wit
Pa. ave. ami at dsuit
J. T. OlIKLL, CHAS. O. SCULU
Geo. Mauar. ia. Fuss. Ag't.
.nniiT--3Ljr Schedule la effect
Trains luavm Union Depot, blxtb and B
strtcu. WA? a m fur Newport Kw. Old
PutBtCumluft aad Norfolk tuliy Arrrivelu
Did Poim at S:W u hi. aad Nurlulk at (i.-W p iu.
IlaM a m llBcuuutti Bxpreits, dally, for
atatluBS In Ylrgjola, Went Ylnriaia. Keotuokr
aad CUiciaaain Vetlbub slisepaia tazouaa
wtthuut eaBi to Claylnnatl, amviag at 7 as
a U.IQ b sa-F V. Y Ysatibala Iinii tad. dally,
solid Irabu with dining oars roa thruuak
vit&uca ttbaac to ttuouiuasi. YimUUiLs
flsHBir tor LstxJsHrtua aad LoulsruUt. PoU
jsm ears as ona to rciv psswwmers at
Ostce, S13 PeiuuylTania avenus.
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