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THE DAILY CIUTH, . N1)AY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1890.
The Daily Critic
PITT PR01AIa.
Itnby Unrrtnres ami Iterrtrettitors,
naerag had a great mn on those 35 parlor
Snlts of wren pieces, Wc tarn onr attention
t rahy carriage and refrigerators Mane
will want them, and no family should, for a
winnte, he without them The stock we dis
play embrace the newer "trie, the best
makes and the lowest prices. The benefits
of onr credit tstcm are always at the dis
posal of oat customer Therefote, trtfjg
wnat money yon nare ana met wn
Want That Is the rale at RmMen'S
t nre. carpet and Store Stores, at 9S and
' n rreet norrnwer
Hongtiton t'o.'a Unprpeeitentesl In
ducement. The che tripf ret .Tnt read their bargain.
! furniture-1 oakbnrean. 1 b-dstead, 1 wsh
f'Tid. l rtlr of feather p11low, 1 ettra large
mk tabie, i line reed chairs, t wire mattress
all these serviceable and desirable articles,
tieftil every day, for the mall snm of 09.
Again they offer fl chairs and a six foot ex
tension table for the sorption and unprece
dented price of StO.OO. And Main, cm yon
Kpare the small snm of SW If so. see onr 7
tW e oak dining nwrni snlte. It ts a daisy, and
t'.c rrtf e Is almost nominal.
w. H Horeirros A Co
ISH. t T St. 9 . W.
The National Snfe UeptMft Otmrmny,
Cor. 18th St. at S. V. Avenue.
Storage for mrerware, Jewelry. Laces,
Fine Qowh, and valuable of alt kltrf.
Chartw nsodentte. Safe deposit boses for
rent at the rwy lowest rates.
Spring lAmii,
For sprtac Iamb and Washington dressed
beef go to 1 R Rel
n Keiir. xinta street wine.
venire jiiarset, ant
K streets.
n. h Manet, Fifth ad
SUCCESSFUL AMATEUR AUTHORS.
Amatil or the Medal or the "t'ost's"
Amalenr Association,
They were there on Saturday after
noon in tkc Smithsonian jrrmtmh the
pub'lc schoolchildren ami their parents.
fcurrintenletit Powell was theje to
speak a good wonl for the children,
Mr II L. West was there with a mini
tier of goid medals, and the patriarchal
IcnkiDg Secretary Noble wm there to
take the hands of those who received
them and say "bless yon my children,
Miss you " The .Marine Band per
fntmed such dulcet, juvenile airs, as
"Little Annie Itooney, Mother Goose,"
"IJyc Bye Baby" and "See-Saw."
The only thin? that marred the inter
esting occasion of the annual award of
medals to the prize-winners of the
"Washington VoV Amateur Authors'
Association" was the weather. The
dark and heavy clouds threatened a
shrwcr of rain at any moment. The
fiiass was wet from fitful rainfalls
earlier In the day, but, notwithstanding
this, there was many a pretty anil
bright eyed school girl seated upon the
platform. In front of which and on the
jirccn swatd a good sized audience oc
cupied chairs that had been provided
for their accommodation. The grounds
were fragrant with new mown hay, and
occasionally a tky lark llittcd over the
Vcne. caroling Its plaintive song
rl ftere was no sunshine but that of the
nnl.es upon the faces of the young au
thorc whose comrwaltlong had won foi
them a shining; gold medal.
Luckily the rain held up during the
txtnlvts, which were opened with
ptayit by the Ilev. I)i. BaeUett, pastor
of Kiw York Avenue Presbyterian
Chutcu. Those school alt Is had been
untitled for several weeks In writing
c tupooltions selected by Superintend
iM Powell, and on Saturday afternoon
at t o clock not only bad the medal
winners an, those deserving of honor
nolt mention assembled upon the plat
Xotm but many of their classmates,
some of whom will be among the lucky
ncrs next year.
The scene was a novel one In the
Smithsonian grounds, and had the day
ln blighter the attendance of tue
H huol children and their parents and
fur- central public would lwve Insen
ye ty much larger. There was nothing,
Iti.wevet, to be regretted, and the gatn
eiirg dispersed to the patriotic tune of
The Star Spangled Ilaniter," played
I the band.
A WHtlilnuliinliiu DruMiieil,
The mas Street was drowned la the
rhcr near Alexandria yesterday after
nron by the cspslzlng of a sailboat,
lie and two other companions, all of
wbuu are residents of Waahlairtan
wmt down the river on a pleasure trip,
and all three were thrown in the water
by a sudden squall. A resident of Al
exandria, by the nsme of Soott, suc
ceeded In rescuing Street's companions,
but he was unable to roach hint. The
budy was soon afterward recovered and
tuned over to the authorities at Alex
andria. Street's father is employed In
the Patent Offlee and went to Alex
anitla as soon as he was notified of the
rldent
ULturbtag- CJIiwich Hervlstw.
For some Mine complaints have been
made that some young men were in th
habit of disturbing the meetings at
Bethany Chanel, comer of Thirteenth
ptrcet and Ohio avenue. Last nj-ht
Of ur Creagh, who was on duty there,
jkkued three white men. Fred Cook,
LlL.itey Btauson and K. W. isnsith. eon
i. ifrg themselves very unbecomingly,
'-' Lt locked them up ehnrged wish
;'i- Mag a religious nseeting. An
1.' l- or two afterwafd aoatu of the
. u. Vib of the eburch eaUtxi t Use
.4iub ud requested thai they be re
i-ul a. they did not think they were
't i j. m wanted.
Swl far CMItltsiB.
Tl c Cburtb of the HefomnUon was
KjLtifuliy decorated yesierdsy, it
tiiog children's day. The ongoing
Lma was followed by responaite wm
iuil and striptuie ksson la costceet
TLt infant elass furnlsked several
-- Dic. ana Ir. Kukns and the pastor,
Ii Parsons, saade appropriate ad
iu-es A iibntai eonsrthutioa was
ncivtd ftosa Use school to furnish a
t ! io the Children's Uospksi and lor
'-1 'rpaans' Home.
o Misssun ui ijtmkm.
-i-udsy afternoon Odheer Usaeock
f .Ld Ceofge Hawkins and a gang of
iLiisun uthers engaged la a crap game
! M.ore't alky, in fte county. When
i u sighted the omcei these was a gen
.:. stnt'L ring, and Hawkins was the
l i ut Li - jeeeeckd in arresting He
i iLuheti e .Unewd toy apfsirasve to
l nunr, i.i warrants iuve been ieaund
i : ikoiiL't Tsure hi a determined
"t h ou u, part of iheomcers to break
:. t- iLvae - Jidy crap games
Bstser4 twrmaa, tfMhrMM.
uiits.
to m lumiut Attn tbts Utriai aua-
v. il
J, Wat
1 1 1 4Uti
"1 ollj
j Jail.
i.i !'. a J e
! i ijlc, ;
1 ,. 'i n U
lewho viott the fasaons sas-
st Bedford noetsgs, she BaW
iki HtilliTfsaii Usi aisws on
Ut uuqi train, with pwlor
si, kviu$ Wsshiagign at ;30
except uii4y, sntf antvutg as
Uijpat ill p. ul saaae my,
CuoiU-rl.iini hjt diiuusr. Buuad
'S. The traiu scheduled te--1
-sliy as vri-gtftlMfmt and plsss-
in tml
An iri.tdittuot)!!
a.- to l-t um: at
ksdsl li'itnrilny
Mtll ol s)aii
hciy l - kMiai on Bntuwia
j.. ilii , iu nixing. vyolaacai
I.J m - VVsahisitoa, Tim
. ..iiai - , !Ual llf) BJHI
j-. ( i . - iJ'i nd
-
oll34 eeuuMShs nave laUed
BASEBALL GOSSIP
THE
SBTORt) Sl'llDAY GAME
THE !)RtVtiW PARK.
AT
THE flLMiMtOIIS WERE EHSTTKTIMS
A Lnfft Qmri tM food Qntnt Tie
TMK is Kw ia Coiitteii...T)i
ThB WashlngtoTts played their second
Si nday game ytsterday at the Gentle
irteM' IWrlng Park, nr Alexandria,
atd emMly defeated the Wilmington
with the wonderful Amlemon In the
bot. The Cape May wonder was very
wild, ending eight men to hates on
baits and hitting Ave. The delivery was
no pu2le, however, to the local team
for when he put the ball In the vicinity
of the plate, It was batted freely. On
the other hand, Daniels was especially
effective ami pitched an excellent game.
He gave but one base on balte. ami
only allowed seven scattering hits to !e
mme ou mm,
ami
these only after the
chances
had
been
given to retire the
side.
Owing to
(he condition of the
fielding wag out of the
both sides made a num-
ground, good
question, and
tier of cosily
errort . but the washtneN
tons had a majority ot them. Under
wood played right field and made one
of the prettiest plays of the game In a
long throw from the field which would
have put out a runner at home had
Nicholas held I ho ball.
About 1,000 persons witnessed the
game ami enjoyed themselves thor
oughly. The only drawback was the
long wait for the train nftor the eamn
The game was concluded at 0 o clock
ami the crowd had to wait for nearly an
hour for the legular train. President
Hcwetl Is endeavoring to arrange with
the railroad ofllclals for the running ot
excursion trains and will probably be
able to have better accommodation
next Sunday, Charging tho full faro
to Alexandria also caused considerable
S rumbling, but this wilt also be reuis
Icd by next Sunday and a reduced rato
of faro given.
President Hewctt Is thinking seriously
of getting another location for Sunday
fames, and If It Is possible will securo
vy City, which is much more ollglbly
iucun.il mnu me uriving rarK ami con
siderably easier of nccosa. It can be
reached by both tho II. O. It. It. and
the Kcklngton line, nnd the grand stand
Is amply large enough to accommodate
any crowd Hint will patronize Sunday
Barnes. In case he does not secure It
the games will be played at the Driving
Park, and n number of Improvements
ate contemplated. The home-plate will
be placed where the Judges' stand now
Is nnd seats extended on cither side of
the grand stand, so as to exclude people
from the Infield of the race course,
where they Interfere with the players.
Other arrangements looking to the com
fort ami accommodation of the spec
tators are also contemplated.
To-day the Washington and Wil
mington will play at Atlantic Park,
and Phillip and Web tie will be the
opposing batteries. Wurlz, the new
second baseman, is expected to be here
In time to play. Ho will be here surely
to night, as he left Louisville, or wat to
have left, on Saturday. Illddle Is away
In Philadelphia, where his mother Is
scr'ously lll.andso Nicholas has to do all
the backstop work. With Wurtzon the
team, the men will go back to their old
positions, and the team will begin to
look a little more like a ball team and
less like a hospital.
SULLIVAN' r'-UTH.
The Washington manager la confident
that the club will now commence to re
cover some of lu lost ground, ami he
confidently expects to be very near first
place by the Fourth of July. The
pitchers are getting in first-class condi
tion, Daniels being the only one who l
complaining. His arm, which ha been
sere ever since he joined the team, is
geiung au ngui. ana be U pitching bet
ter ball every time he plays. Jordan's
linger is nearly well, and by the end of
the week. If there are no more accidents.
iue men wm ue back tn their old form.
Wilmington, Jersey City, and Worces
ter, are the teams that will do battle
with the Washington team this week,
and against such clubs the boys ought
easily to pull up a few pegs In the race
Sl'SDAY BANKS IK MAUVLAXD,
Notwithstanding all the talk of the
Sheriff of Anne Arundel County to
step the Baltimore game yester
day, nothing was done, owing to an
arrangement by which the ease will be
settled during the week. Mr. BaraU's
counsel propose to apply to the courts
for a writ of huUai eorpus, and the de
cision upon the application will be the
accepted interpretation of the law In
reference to Sunday ball playing until
the next Legislature meets.
In Ibis eity there will not be any at
Umpt made to test the legality of the
Sunday games for the present. The
wanagtment and its legal advisers are
eoundtat there is no law against tuera,
but thty realize that the Commisiai.-rs
possess certain discretionary powers
which might Interfere with the playing
of other games, and hence cause a great
deal of trcubk ami lead to litigation
that would injure the game
Mr. He west also recognizes that a
large element is opposed to Sunday
gaaaes. and he does not wish to antago
nise it by attempting to piay thstm.
The legality of the games will be tossed,
however, before the sanson closes, In
order to datsw the rights of the club.
Is Use meantime, the games will either
he played U Use Driving Park or at
such other place as the management
may select.
Tout twite
The true means of temperance edu
(M" was the sub tec-1 of Rev. Dr.
Jtayo s sermon yesterday awning at
the Church of Our Father He sail
it was time that the temperance reform
tkw should proceed on broader and
mote radical Uses. Special attention
should be gives to temperance educs
Hon. It was easier, he said, to teach 1W
children the principle of temperance
than to reform one drunkard ot liquor
dealer. He described the gfowthef a
boy from childhood to nasbood. and
f fab f m fsH-iis that turrftuaritid
Wm ttom the tine he was 18 until he
was !. Ts gpowto; ye should be
taught fcu regasd (stempecaace as a vie,
ad as serious a vies as any other.
fade w Umt fa and uIMai.
CosanieiMieg eiurii, June feist, the
B. 4 O. E. fc will UAPuUiuuBuJlct
Park-Car to the Caieage VastibuM
umtted Xspzess Usvteg Cassis autiou
10.30 a- at., Waamngtou, USA a. w , ar
tjng at Par 5.35 y. ., MotmUm
LattVark, 5.40 p. u. , 0ib4, 45 p. at.
tw rates: the car wilt be pjacsd on the
Chfcsgo TesUtmled Umtsai Sxpcess star-
wwu oi a. at- ana user rat at
a at-, arsivmg m Wsshmgtoa t la p.
e, 5.3" p. at.
The grip on Car Mo. W of ts easts
bossI hgtrkjfr litis SMggissf! ajhssst ff'flfesrfc
a few minutes The Rasaaw1 cat sa
takes to the power sumae &e c'p
car of the train besiad
JUVENILE INIIMIDATORS.
Ihcj Try to Compel Other Uay to
Join the (tans-.
Samuel Hill, James Powell, George
Rnffin. Arthur Williams aird Harry
Ie, a gang of colored boys that has
been In the hMt of congregating on
JSecond street and the Boundary and
trying to intimidate other boys Into
joining their circle, were In the Police
Ccutt this morning.
Attorney Hewlett hd been retained
to dcfrrml one of the boys, btil he did not
know which. He took hold of the case
just the same, and after one of the boys
named Powell had been dismissed ami
the others fined $8 each he made ft
vigorous protest because of the Injustice
of the tine. After laboring with the
Court for some time he found that the
very boy that had been dismissed was
his client.
Mr Hewlett was "given the laugh"
when he left the courtroom ami Judge
Sillier dkl not call order either.
Injured by n Uable ttar.
The too sudden starting of a cable car
at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue
and Peventh street yesterday afternoon
threw JIIss Mary Staunton of 9116 L
street to the pavement and Injured her
quite severely. She had just stepped
on the car. and, liclng unable lo obtain
a seat, was standing upon the step. She
was attended by fir, Hamilton Leach,
and afterward sent to her home In a cab.
BRIGGS'
-FOR-
SICK HEADACHE
-IN tTS-
HeiYouSi Bilious or Congestive Forms.
TESTIMONIAL
h. It. DROWN, M. D
98 West Jersey St.,
Elizabeth, N. J June 36, 1S9.
This ts to certify that t hare used for soma
months with muou satisfaction, tho combina
tion ot remedies, for Headache, known as
Brings Itcadacho Troches. The remedy
euros moro headachos, especially such ai af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this cortlfloato will
bo tho moans ot bnuRtnglt to tho favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that trouble, t
shall fool that I have done them a service.
U. R. DROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
BoM by all OruKtsts or seat by Mall on Re
ceipt ot l'rtoe,
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO,,
KUZAUKTII. N. J.
T FALLS ICE
orrtCK
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wholesale sad ltetall Ieaters la
KENNEBEC ICE.
Our Wacous no to All I'arts ot the CUy,
Incltulln Mount Hsssaat.
CALUS-308, SB and SW
IM Out for the White Wagons!
Grand, Upright and Square
PIA3SrO FORTES.
BpceisI attention ot purchaser U Invited
to cur
MWW ARTISTIC MYLIS."
FlaWtad In OsMttfus uf
"UiaWiaT DiBATtVI A8T."
PIAMOfi FOR 8SKT
Sseood bsad PUaos at All Price.
WM.KNABE& CO.,
817 Market Space,
MirrtiLi
Printers,
HOT I- Street KortbWMt.
TS OUsat Bslabh.hsd
Maslsw Skwststa
Wasataatosv
tnsswsmtiiists ws xmx hovhx
at tax wtv.
A ssssssal Um ot the USatt .Mnwtltet
wssmsust yasAs aaA savuasAM
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HEADACHE
TROCHES
St!sVMPAI UM,
SUXTC TKjaT AtU I4 AV C
L WOUO'JEV Pt jimiui. ji
The Great Bankrupt Sale
OF
E TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING,
Which is NOW OPEN, Will
Continue for a
SHORT TI7VE ONLY,
The reeent failure of the la
ie largest clothing
sof the trustees,
be sow
Immense stock In the bands
cKHnrac to wasfiington,
Regardless of
The airents have rented the tarire fonr-storr
311 Seventh Street, Below D Street.
. JL1!1. J th Oreet sianahter of nne nothing eror knowa la tWs omnHrr. The
e bjeet Is to convert t his stock Into CASH within a short t Inie.
Men's Krerr-Dav rants. Sta- worth 81. DMtn'nnila Pauls ( mtrlk a
All-wool rants, In Cheviot, worsted and
. . rine irress i-ants
i neviots, f rs ji.50, i
Men's Kvery-Day
worth ..
Stilts.
jk.to; worm
All-wool t'lievlot Snlts at S4.50; worth
nobby Press Salts, tn twenty styles,
h6'
lere. Tweeds, c. , at S8 M and $10; worth W.
Fine Imported Wort teds, Diagonals, corkserews, WHe Wale, thh-ty stytes, at 8t
id SI5; positively worth S or money refunded.
and
We call your attention to n number
made to measure tor 8S5, J a and S. to be
'S
Knee Pants from 15c. up.
Sailor Stitts, from 4 to ft years, at 50c.
Iirite Line of Mohair Flannels, Serses, roaeee Stlk, Atpaoa
Coets and Vests
Men's Seersucker feats and Vests, forty styles, at 90o.:
worth $1.83,
Bear in Mfndi Every Garment Warranted to oe Perfect In Every Respect
and of Tills Season's Production.
T
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E. L. MITCHELL, Manager.
dames B. Ltambie,
HKRDMHRE,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
mU pff n TEg If&s,
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iiisM aKMfw mpcro.
RCaiSTCRCO
Important to All People Leaving the
Citf for the Summer,
We can ship our Wine to any State east
of the Mfssissippi River, in lots of four or
more cases, with safety to the purchaser
and for less money than a like Wine can be
purchased elsewhere.
FRESH BOTTLED FROM OUR VAULTS
We hold ourselves responsible for the
quality and perfect condition of every bottle
sold.
We
Pack in
With nothing to distinguish them as
Wine Cases.
Send for Circular and Priee List
TO-KALOI
614 FOURTEENTH STREET.
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Y4 Cor. AU sa4 tMl si
flrm In the United States has ntaeed their
who bare shipped S!,ee went ottSa best
Cost
or Value.
bnlldlnir.
i Cheviot, worsted and Cassimere, at Sl.re. rernlur nrtea, 8S.W.
is. in thirty stytes, coroprlslne imported vowted. (SMShweie,
Wand ts- worth from $s to Sio.
Casstmere, at S1.T5. rernlttrrirh
jb jo. netter sratte, nearly an wwh, st;
81S,
eernprlslBg
Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots, Oasst-
of Mere!
Tailor Made Salts wMeh mra
soht at L
THAN HALF rRlOB.
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Seventh ft, Below D Street,
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Special Boxes
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Main Store, 916 7th
Pa. Ave. and
QRS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS,
GAS BOILERS,
HIKE BS OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove for summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOB SALE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
Mop T r3 r v o
HRT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Engravings, Etchings and Water Colors of the Latest Publications.
KRT NOWELTIBS,
Artistic Framlns In Gold, White and Gold, Ivory, Bisque, Silver, Oak, Cherry,
Maple and nil Hard woods,
AlHiintho Florenco Leaf, at beautiful as Gold; very durablo and at a VEKV
LOW I'KIOB.
Fneclat attention paid to ItcctUllnR Old Frames and Furniture.
wcddlne and Illrtliday rretentn.
WHEATLEY BROS.,
UKM,KKS.tX
L.UMBBR
AND
MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
MILL WORK.
(Corner 7th st, and R. I. ave., Washington.
3034, south side Water st West Washington.
GOOD BOARDS. $1.15,"
- TtT
Sixtii St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
AT
$1.15 PER 100 FEET,
-on-
$11.50
Tfcii k Use T sj-itssW Pste Ctoaii Lumkut hm tm&rt, as all oU
tatilstots wttl kow U Msaa.
LlBBEY, OITTINGER & iVllxxLER
Uim IM UWUI AN! HILL W88K.
jb!Ms1jjmThw amb hc iwebI Yoo caxV A
LHgwSfB5 4. hurt it That Taw hcamc from KHeESSfiJMBI .
ETJT TOUE TRUNKS AID HAENESS
3K isrm
St. Branches, 1221
41 1 7th St.
$1.15 and $ 1 .50.
III 10 OR IS MIH0IB3.
BY TUB
ML KtX D j Of
-
York Ave. 1ST. W.
PER 1.000 FEET.
AT-
s ssim
KATLHOAIrt.
The Great Pennsylvania Rome
Tft Ihe North, West and Southwest,
DonWe Trselt. SplemlM Scenery.
Steel Helie. Msjmtfleent EqnrTie .t
In effeet Mat it, isso.
Tralni lesre WMhfoeton, from stat'nn cor
ner ot Sixth and Brtreets, as follows
Foil rrmnnw snd the Wert, Ch1eo Mmltal
Exnren of rnllmen Vestlbnled can at
lO.SOa in dally: Fan Mne, 10. w a m di'iy
to Colnmbtis and St. Louis, with sleep' n
,B I1UUI .ILtSlltllK
lhnre to C'olnmbn: dai'y,
f.tof'hlcago, wlthsioepinff
Ihlcatro. St.Lonln.cbiraaM
except Satnrda;
Alloonn to
and
cinrlnaatl Bxprera, 5.80 p m daily,
FaHor far Washington to Ilarrfsbtirff and
Bleepln Cars Harrtsbnrs to St. Loul". C'hl
tarn and Cincinnati, and Wnlnir Carnar
rlsbnrfrto St.konK Western fitpre', at
T.40 p m dally, with sleeptBt-cara wahin
tonr to thlcaco and St. Lonto, conncrfnu
dally at itan-Hbtin with thronRh Sloepoi a
for ronfciTiHe ftnd Memphl.. TaSlflr Rx
nreaf , 10 qn p m d.lly.for nttabnrjr an! the
U.L'1 h"'nh Steeper to PtysbufR,
and Plttabntr to ( hlr ro. N
BAtTIJIOKK AND PuTOMAO HAILKOAD,
-wr kans, uananaaisna. Rochester and N -airara
FalH dally, except Snnday, R M a m.
FobKbis. Cunandahrna and Rochester da lyj
for Bnffalo and Nlarara dally, except sal
trnlay, 10.ro p m, with Sleeping car Wash
Itwton to nocheter.
? W!.y-IAMr?RT' JjOC k naren and Elmtra,
at 10.50 a m dully, except Snnday.
For J iluamotowt dally, S.p nri.
r2lT'JIjy,,.E.,'X?u-JNew VOT nnJ 'he Eat,
; JiTOiJlOO and 11.10 a m, S.10, 3 H, I n,
5,40.1000 and Il.aop m. On 8unday,9.W,
IV" s m, .I0, 1 15, 4.80, 10.00 and 11 o p tn.
IJmlted Expre.9 of Piillman I'arlor Cars,
. a tn dally, except Sunday.
FttRNEwTonK otLT, Limited HxpresS wltli
l)inlnCar3 00p,m. dally.
Fob I'miAncM-HiA only, Fat KxpreialOa
hi, weekdays, and 4.00pm dally. Kxpro,
Snnday only, 5.40 pm.
FonHostoN without obanee,3.l5 pmoverr
flay.
Fob llBooKLtN. N. T., all through trains roi
neet at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, arolding double ferriage acrosr
New ork City.
Fon Atlaktic Cur, It 40 a m week-days,
lIAim dally.
For IUltimore. 6.S. T.80, 8.10. 9 00, 9,10, 10.00.
i0. Ill Wand 11.40am, l.05,2.10,3.is,3 30,
4 00, 4.W, 4.S0, 6.00, 5.40,0,00, 7.40, 10 a) anJ
11.80 p m. on Sunday. P.OO. 9.0S, 10.50, II w
? S' ?9j. 'I.,?', 4.00, 4.90, 5.00, 5.40. 0.00,
T.40, 10.ocadl1.sopm.
Fob l'orrs Cbesk Line, 7.30 a m and 4.30 p m
dally, except Sunday,
Fob AsKAroM,7.SQand fl.coa m, 12.03 ami 1 30
f m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 4.S0
pm,
WAStllNGTOJf SOtmiKHN HAILWAY.
In cdeet Mat II, 1900.
Fob AtKXAKBniA, 4.30, (WB, 7.1S, 8.W, 9.,
I07 "b. lt0! .n2.n- 3M & M- Mil
80S, in.nnml ll.3tpm. On Sunday at 1.30.
. .48, 9.15, 10 37, a m, 2.30,0.01, 3.0, and 10.03
pm.
AccoiiMonATion ron(JUANTico,7.t5a ra and
4.88 pm wceknlays. 7.43am Sunday.
Fon ItKintoNpBiid the South. 4.30 and 10.57 a
m dally. Accommodation 1.5S pm weok
days,
Tbaik loaro Alexandria for Waulngtoi.
0.00 7.06. 8.00, 9.10, 10.1$. 11.07, n m: I 'M.3.00,
3.50. 8.10, 0.09, 7.08, 9.W), 10.37 and it 0J p m
on Sunday at 9.10, and 11 .07 a m; 8.00, 6,10.
7.05, 7.W, 0.SO, and 10J7 p m.
Tickets nnd Information at the offlco,
northonst corner or Thirteenth street and
I'ennsylranla avenue, nnd at the station,
jvhoro ontera can bo left for the checking of
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dences. 3. it. WOOD,
,.... . .,feneral Fa.jenger Agent.
C1IAS. E. ruon, Uenctal Slanagor.
itnliiniore and Ohio Rnllroatl.
Schedule In Btfect .Tuno at, 1390.
Leare Washington trom station comer ot
New Jersey arcnue nnd C street
For Chicago ami Northwest, VestllmleJ
Limited express dally 11 30 a m, expios
9.30 p m.
FoRtimiNKATi. Bt Lt.iiland IndlanapoIK
oxrreiw dally. 3 : and 11.30 p m
For 1'iiT.atmj and ClevelaiKl. express dallr
9.30 a. m ami H.40 p m.
lo.,ii'.,:l'!TN..a, ,ollit B " Sheaa
doah Valley. 11.30a m.
FoRWiNciiETiRaml way Stations tj.JOpm
For Li hay t3.w ami d.40 p m.
i" i.Ai.TijiiiKi, wecK nays, i.or, s.oj, 0 n.
7-A 7-. (?00 4mlRiitm),8J0.b' (tl.oo,
1S.C0.
isute(315 15mlnute4)3J6,40. W,l j.,
s-iitiuuvr if n in, tv.iv, x. 19, iz'yr. 4
(ISO,
7.X).
iSmlnutMl ssn a no.
' u.u.
6 ), 7 10,
, S.SS. 9.50, 10J0, and 11.30 p m.
a ,j v art' z' !:: --
m. sunaayj,
(14.00. II ?T,Tn
V,JM-S&,i5'.iM J-mlnute.) s.n, isd,
4.W. fl.&O. 4.VmlmitMa firm R u a - .i
SM. 10.30. II 3U p m. ' ' ""'
Fur Wav hTAtus between Washington ant
i ll,,7P!fl'00' Ms.8.9" m, 1 10, iM, 1 x
ISL'ik iJ ?' nday.,3.30 a m, 1.0c
3 ss. 4 as, o.o, 1 i.io p, m
.uIB tlil UALTIHOME
awj lt.00,105,a
.. b.w. b.3u. lo.m, 10.no and 11.00 n m
F0RAr.NAMu.6.S and 8 30 a m, li 10 anJ
J 30 p m. buodays, s.W a m, t M n m
P m. fxiiKlsjH. 8 30 a tn, 3.53 p m.
tl3sTsI,t".0,, ha Melropofttaa Drsnch,
IW.' '-30 ,s U IS P tn. For principal
suttow only, 10; w a m., 1 1 30 and t pm
For BoeKifitL. and Way itstlonsTtl pP 5.
riMA,,Hn5f,,V.,?,,a trtlst points,
rojjUoiriJ, and Infermsdiste statloni, 7 00
?!i,raln leaTS WasUsgloo on Sunday
For lUesswTOwx, tio to a ra and tS.30 n m
Ta1id4"?,m fWlV Tiram
fiSni m' ,fu CtpwnBatI and bt. LouU
NSW YORK 4 I'HILADELrniA DIVISION
rw i Nbw York, Trsoton, Newark, N. J., and
BMsatwth. N. j 't os, tjj, .(, uMa
.-v!-88, r,41 W"1 1V m- O"' l"aror
vv.. oWn it a eb p r7" " v
For PuiLABStruu. 180, 44.00. HM. '11.03
buub. S SO, j.ao, is aud iJ9 p. m.
.ilYJ,"'" Wtiitaatag and fletr.
vm mm ineifar,
,, "wiST'Uo, i
aud lfl.J0i. ui.
FDR isnuuiBniATK polst. betwssa Baltimore
amaiiMleiphi,t8Lesajut psoa n.ttN,
i SO. tit 30 a so. UJU, 3.. &J u u aaa
U.U abjht.
Tbaim tebve ftdlsdelpfcia fur WaMugtin
' . . . It.ss a m. tl to. M i
S,S5. "7 3b, p u
Fur ATl-ikTtc City, 104 aati MM a m no)
mmji, U.m p m. JMtaian. UHanaut
liMuauu.
FOK KAY HJBGE.
WSSR Dil., 11.15 (i W. 1 J. I.SB p ttl -Sd.
. day., i) a m- 1 30. 3 t p .
Lzavk hU Hiui.it, wk dy. S.SB. S p in
IKUt4n. s uw. S OS o at
tSxtept buuday .Dally.
ISaadiy n!y
bote
wtyswgc en iiea lor
tiMc.ci 1 1 ota
jeu a.
az.d residences br t'Biaait Trjiukfet-1 u
on order.-k-H atlnUet ofllcei,, SIS ani UH
Fa ae. au lat deiut
I'HAU O SCl'LL.
Um Fa. Ag't
laen Manager
Chesapeake
and
Ohio Railway.
ROUTE"
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stsavto. 1047 a at tut Kwort Mew., oij
fomt C'oittfort ami Surf oik daliy. JUrrh a U
OU Fotel at 6. W u m. sad SorfoXk at 6. U p la
IIM m-(liu.tuniU bpssss. UUy t
itsiioua ta VU-aixda. Wsat.YksiBia. Kcutii
aM Clwtliinair Votttmla afepsr. thi,
wiOusl vkaas io ClBiilsttstl, arrivta a'
11:W p u-s1 V. V VeatlOttla Uoited, d
aolid traln with diaiinf ear. run tb.
Without tUanae to (laeinaatl. Ve.ti
aleauei for Leilnatou ami LoaiarUli.'. Pu
Rtau
irc. we ovu tv iwani vhhuiui a.
B0P n
OSsts.
513 K-onyi
Iraula ataaae.
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MUUIV A.t.
FOB mm ONLY
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til hlAt. ., l.rrlturi.. nud .ntf.. iuHair.
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PENNYROYAL PILLS.
Ka (.cum iMiminiMi inraao.
rri,:aw.TsJsjsv-
rnr uraii nvim
g J. I L . 4 M and 10.W. 10.35 a m: 1 00, 1 j. u.
!& ?!? . M. 4 IS, 5 00. 8.00, 8 30, 7 00.
i;k8.. 8 . 9.00, 10.10. lo.w and 11 oj 1 p r
bttiiday,6 30.71S.8 30. 8.35.9..U. io.!sii.in.v.
10. 8 30. 4.15. 5.00. B -M. Tii.
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