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THE T) TLT CIUTIC, FKIDA Y EVENING, JUNE 27, 1890.
The Daily Critic
out KricaiALa,
lay UarrtfMce mnl Herrteenttftr.
IV1HK MM B KTPtlt TTlf) Oil tlHWS aJ5 pSCftOT
I MisBTwpTeees, we tnrn our aHentton
M err terra pieces, we tnrn oof aHentton
of tarnsavea and rvfriferattts. fatty
intt ttoMfl 1 tin famtl lMaM. tnr
Mllti be without th( fliet stock we ilts-
Sfflbraoes the nrwr trim, tin
sincn ties the icww 1
MM l InMtt nrlnM
-,.. ..- . - &' ... .Zk.
TTW WtWhW
r onn htbwtq are
(ST (Wr cVISftVlBSSttS
ney yon mti a:
IlntfStitttn C.'s t'npirriritrnttil In-
rtneeitient.
, Tta otieapet ret .Tnt wad their hanrafiM
In rwrnfttrre- 1 oak bureau, l N1tead. 1 wah
lnr ot ruw pillows, I ettra Harm
e. line iwrt chairs, l wire mattwst-
ftfftkvM
serviceable and
sad desirable article,
tMrral every day, for the mall
Ami they offer a chair and
teasfoa table for the MrnHtni
OTSflsl every day, for the mli mm
Of sw on
rimir ann a st
a sit root et
k AnrtiHtfi0 flM ttnnNw
ileMed in'li'A of arena At in m
pate the snail nm of tw if in, pee onr 7
ffcw oak dinittc room unite, K a daisy, and
ft price It nlmoM nominal.
W H, rKHWHroi Jk On
The Jfathmnl 3re IJepiwtt Onmtnny,
0r. lAthSt. ami N. Y. Arennn.
rent at the vary lowest rass
Sprlnc Lamb.
b and WaaWnaton rtraaawrt
Xvlir. Ninth stvssst wins.
atd F. L. MkC nnk M
THE ISSUE JOINED.
The Itxtctitar of the Itcvrett Iiahtte
File Their Answer.
In the bill In equity brmiglit In the
iDlotest of Laura 0. Itoulnwn, nee
Hewctt, by Blwln Sutherland as Iik
nn.Lfriemi, Messrs. Ktlwtn n. liny and
ltsCliol M. Iiewett m executors of the
oetate of the tatollolert C. Ilewett Have
fllwl their answer They deny that
there has been any tnigmanojceoieot of
the ostaic, but on the contrary aver
that, It has been managed with care,
tcoBomy and absolute honesty. It Is
ncitcd that Luther K. Ilurket had the
imtc conflilcnce and esteem of Jlr.
llowctt, and wm for years his con
fidential and faithful secretary and
friend, that ho has dlsnlaval w!alnm
nndJudgmont In all matters pertnlnlng
to the .management of the estate.
The answer denies that tho assets of
the .baseball club have always been
tulUctent for the payment of all Its In
floblednces, or that with proper care on
the part of tho administrators the
amount due tho estate could have beon
tcallrcd on the stock; and the executors
say that they never Individually or col
lectively had anything to do with the
management of the business affairs of
the club, that they were opposed to en
Saving in any speculation whatever,
ana refused to ndvance Walter F. Ilew
ett any money to meet the demands of
tl c club, and the latter took his own
ntaev to make preasinic payments
Ifau this course not been nursue-1 the
rMato would have been made liable for
tho tibilpatlous for which Walter F.
ilewell had become iwaonally rcspou
slblo. It la denied that Walter F.
Ilewett Mild to other dubs certain play
era for 1 1.000. or that It. U. Ilewett
drpoaill $5,000 In the National League
guarantee fund, or that $630 was re
cll for the wle or the grand stand
and fence of the ball around, but ad
mits that Walter F. Ilewett received
7,000 for the sale of Hie franchise of
the club, and not $90,000. as aliened-
Walter F. Ilewett in hi separate an
swur says Out he has been Informed
and betimes 1 1ml the clause "to the
clTtct that William A. Cook should lw
retained by my trustees ami executors,"
was Uaerleil In the will without the
knowledge of linbert C Ilewett. anil
that his father never mentioned to him
the employment of Colonel Cook. He
denies that at the time of his father's
death the National Ilascball Club was
Indebted to him In the sum of $$1,000.
bU there was due the estate about
llp.OOO for money advoneed by the de
ceased in hU life lime, and two Botes
aggregating $5,000, elvtm by the club
ami Uuloned by K. C. HewetL At the
time he took charge of the club Ite total
Indebtedness (Including ((0,000 due the
estate of It. C IlewetOwas fl3.-tm&l.
Ilesokt in April. 18W, the inter of
the club is the NatlW-l League for
f7.000.
Mr. Ilewett also Sitxl an exhibit, dat
ing (torn September 1. USti, to June 10,
1800. fchowing reeeipVi during that
KtUh. from all soureiH, or $155,517,
and dUUwrsemenU, $15506.83. leaviag
a balance on UanU at the last-named
dale at $8-85
I'arlor 0r to Deer I'ark and Oakland.
CBmiHanetag JbtufOay, June 3U. the
K. 4 O. R. K. wtll attseka fultwui Buffet
lOdM a. m . Washlneon, tT3a m , ar.
ririaw at Dear Vnk iMv. hu, MougUin
- wi -wv p. m. , innn, a.a p.
(MnaeactlM ear will be plaeeri eal
CUeagv VctUbuled United Itxpraa U
Uesgtf vei
BffOMfMa
nnM laav-
S.J
aud Pr Park at
.
1:W a at., assivlag iu Wtoliiocluo 4Mb.
hi., lUMtauxa, mm i aa
lakru blek In a 0.4 r.
laa KoiMits. a touw glri wtu liven
at Ko. Mm Nieaji4UU rpi
Botl)jnf.mw taUa suddenly sick ia
a yiletaisi larant ear yeatestlajr aiwr
mmm. Mm w ukm i sew Use ear to
Ik TlUih u&ut aad afterward to hr
bowe. It was found tbat she stad been
owetenitiht mmJ was aiea. to auame e
um. oveiceHSf wii tfe heat.
Tha ttaBkrupt iMtla
t tkthitH ytt in htm iimt-mmU
is asxn-i
l The abn
at just
dntsniaWsV. L2astt
louraidf.
BankntBt SeJe-StI
Bevenaai ttreas.
Amleil kur VugtiuutT-
WWnp .. beernW 4
t4e wi vWc,. ivtH&t
aJlal sin fcfc frecdMs smsm weetu
eg itswa kk nroesiae to ittforsu. but h
dU no keep it Mis end atotkw la
aiito tat sb LasMt get aioag wssswut
il bey aad b aey be released asiav
I 9- sM wJ egfWfatasi tMtets Ui A-Uaaeic
( Sf, jswi ajeang o Ua leaving B O.
I na to'ckckuouaiu4 foo3torturn
yjWl! teste to sal WlaAag tbe
I isMsYuMyssraMtnteSbsiwad
jMbe ueer doaMe tradk Iraato te 4tiaa-
f )a cane agiat beorge W. Hajrrii,
vfe kfawteg bsv4y bostat
MOT 4 m Eleventb street.
tamed ia tbe VtAU.it Cuurt veauc
f nHMSuxm. j
mmmooB. Juaiw auuatr
f A ia.saatl
u, diou J& iU Saw
ui , otut te be toafsv
rrttuonaatiuas to sae
j
ui vuatea
uikcu ylw.e
fU;, iuj
IH-. JIM
Ui fmeee'e Wtr
tui& nut, i!
mi to vu-vJaar (
Rents
tyan.iv twin-
.mIwmT nt
aao tiwirei,
cteBUar U sffil gSigoL
iinw m very ruitij. Tut
to bay ttet-eUss etutbiaic
halt the nriees aaked lv etw
aaAsee Mr rouradf.
BASEBALL GOSSIP
A FARCICAL GAME IK WHICH
WAffltTOtW WA MFRATEB,
A C0DY OT EWTMIS AT TE PWK
Tlra LaM Iwm it Mm ftsw rMg W
Lik Ak 9mp 9m...A(
OlfWhi PaHt frfe.
I rsteiday's gnM bnluesn llw Jersey
City and Wteblrrgton, Use Intt to b
plnywl t Atlsmlc Pwk, w like th
li itial game played tfietc a defeat fo
WmMafton Also, like tlr opening
game. It was a we mw content from be
glnnlmr to end. plentifully besprinkle 1
wHb errors, good hard hitting, an
abominably had umpiring. Hat It wa
not irre fault of the umpire that Wash
irgton lost. Kelly k perhaps the wots
peclie ot an umpire Ibis city has
ever wen, not excepting the amateur
umpiring several weeks ago. Why.
when a ball at rack Bmler's fingers and
maehed one so bedlr that the brood
parkd from It, this Individual called
ha real ball. He treated both skies
Mike, and displayed an ignorance of
the rnlas ami a lack of judgment that
would be hard to duplicate in any other
man who ever essayed his dlfflcult
position.
The game was an Interesting one, not
withstanding it was poorly played. The
visitors jumped Into the lead and had
Die game well in hand until the fifth
Inning when they went to pieces and
Sullivan s inen In that ami the succeed
ing Inning piled up enough runs to give
them the lead. The local team held It
to the last Inning, and to clinch the
victory Sullivan substituted Daniels for
Underwood, who had been bitted hard
The change proved a good one for four
Innings, for the south-paw twller was
very effective In the last inning, with
a lead of four runs, he became over
confident, and the Jersey boys batted
his slow curves all over tho field, and
earned fWe runs and tho game, much to
mo tngKsi or air. Daniels and his fel
low players, who had previously been
congratulating themselves on a victory
Hint seemed nssurcd nnd which did not
lelor)g to them.
Wontz, tho new man, niado his first
appearance, and barring n slight
ntrvonincss In the early part of the
Same did excellently. At tho bnt ho
it the ball clean and hard, und always
on the ground. He made two singles,
belh of which were productive of run
getting, and allhuuvh lie made several
errors at tccond tils general work
shnntd that he will prove n decided
siijulslilon to the team. O'ilrien
played Mioit and did fairly well, but
m me of the playing he did would have
n,nle the angels weep Jerry couldn't
siicur the Idea that he was playing
the game by himself, and several times
wciit Into other men's territory and
(snied needles fumbles.
Under was pretty badly hurt Iu the
fourth Inning and had to retire from
the game. One of Ids fingers was
mathed against the bat by a swift in
shoot of FlUgerald's, and It may be
some ilajs beforehe will be able to
play
tqiuv'hgvmk.
The dub returns to Iu old staniptair
ground at Capitol Park tocluy, and will
meet the Kuw Haven team. Horner
ami Phillips will be opposed te eaeh
other, and a good game ought to result.
cw Haven It wellun towards the head,
aod playing In excellent ferm, so that
the local team will have to play better
ball than it has ueu doing In order to
win.
All arrangements have been com
pleted for the retention of Capitol Park,
provided the initial games prove satis
factory from a pecuniary point of view.
The change has been very favorably
received bv tbe natrons of the nma
and the attendance will no doubt be
isrger than It has been at any games at
Atlantic Park. The grounds have been
put in condition ami a number of needed
Improvements made. Everybody will
lie elad to get back to Capitol Park,
both -players and spectators. The ac
commodations are a. great deal better for
getting there, the grounds are better
and tbe only regret spectators will have
is the inability to have a seat la Dunn's
pavilion. The memory of that grand
stand will always be a tender reminU
ceace compared with the ramshackle
affair at Capitol Park The new grounds
will come ia bandy some day, poalbiy
ik st ear. but at the present time it H
a while elephant oa tbe hands or the
manage stent.
HhME'k X CHAhlK.
Von der Abe, having secured tbe
pick of the Detroit team, has released
Catcher Kane, Sowl Baseman nerr
a&u Third Ussemiia Swaeay. It U ako
helloed that Uettiagar and Itoeinaa
will be released. Wasbiactoa could se
cure Sweeny yerv easily, aad k aslant
High
i IMal
be north tbelr while to five him
I
la tbe Held for tbe heavy bat Hag
keli
cejMUH ot uoiag.
kOMK IMrtHKe liEfcUKU.
Tb Ailaatk; Aaioeastioa to la a kid
ay for uatpires. Kelly, wbo kae beea
d fog work ken during tae Jersey Citv
gaaitf. k aa awful exaiMe of Lcaa
raaer li doe sot walea tbe ntoye,
astd kk udgiaeai oa balk and sirlkas
k Use worst we have ever bad. About
lis osdy tbiag Utat caa be said tor blat
k tbat be distributee bk favors with aa
eaiasl asweganl for Use feelings of tbe
Bt)e aatl upwtelnw Uaat wmm1 be
aautaiag. were it not for tbe ifhwstnans
reenits tbat vwrttm faMsw bfe sW
tfAaJaBja, Taa laaftriasbia aanda a ---
snenp we" nienaiensnanani nianPsf "S W
CsfMlsW sVO Keflffly 4 eat MMM
THE NATIONAL
SafeDepositCo.
J8F WSHIeB$MB.
sTWMHI iBUMIII'IM
rrm m B1iiainr.nna
ss He saWMgMi sWIfaaaia
,- ap pppnjapnMSfvaiP
litottttlbWJbwYfjtiM,
9teVJn-.
lienors for a TVanMncton Tloy.
Itirhard K Tj l r son of ( artntn H
W. Tyler of Washinemn eraduated
yesterday from Dartmouth College with
high honor. He gained the first prlre,
$W, for the beat oratorical effort, all of
the strnrtnta from juniors tojgrwdttates
being his competitors Mr. Tyler was
on of the most prominent men of hh
college, bavins; been cmes ttearaiei ami
the pbsIhcs marmger of tbe Aefit, the
college annual. The success of tkte
man! Indicate that Mr. Tyler la not
only a successful scholar, bnt artn, tike
hit father, prjatusses sonml praetleil
aMHIy.
BRIGGS'
E
-FOR-
SICK HEADACHE
-IKITS-
Nenroust BJIfous or Congestive Forms.
TaSTtMONtAU
U H. BROWN, M.D.,
SS Wet Jerney st
Kliubxth, N. J., Jun-9 SS, 1889.
YM ts to eerttty that t have ased tor sotno
Months with mneta satrtfaettoa, the eoaMaa
Hon of remedies, for Tlendaebe, known as
Brims' Meadaehe Troehe. The remedy
cores more headaohes, especially saeh in af
fect Nervous Women, than anything t am
acquainted with, and It this ceMlfleate will
be tho means ot bnaglHRlt to tbe favorable
attest Ion fot sufferers from that trouble, I
shall feol that t bare done them a service.
b. R. BHOWN.
'PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by alt Druggists or ent by Mall on Re
ceipt of Prteo.
BBIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
BUZABKTU. N. J.
UNJIBE
Orsnd, Upright and Square
pivosro-iroRTES.
Special attention ot purchasers Is Invited
to our
"NEW AnTISTIO 8TYLB8,"
Finished In Doum of
"lllUHEaT USCUIIATIVB AUT."
PIANOS FOU RENT
Second hand l'hrnes at All Price.
WM.KNABE& CO.,
817 Market Space.
Printers,
1107 I,' Mlreel orlliw.wl.
Tbe Oldest BstablUhed Prlnllujt noose In
WashlBRton.
FACILIT1B8 FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNUURl'ASSBD I1V ANY HdlWE
IN TUE CITY.
A Seskl Mae ot the Latest NovelthM la
WeddiB cards and larttatleo Daneo Pro
gramme, ete., with Envelopes to Mateh.
at received.
I.1K1AI. WOltK A Hl'KUIAtrV
Aad Every Kiad of Book Prlntlnr
Ezeeuted aa at Lowet Rate.
TELEPHONE CALU Si-y.
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY,
OFFICE i
924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Whckleaale and Batall Deatert in
KENNEBEC ICE.
Our Wagon as to All ParU ot the City,
IaelBtliagUoaat Pteasaat
CALLS-SOB, SW aad Sit.
Losk Out for the White Wagons !
JOHN P. AGNEW& CO
VThBlamle aad Retail Pealen ia
Anthracite aad George's Creek Coal.
OFFICE: Ittt Fa. ae (Oureoran BthUa.
YAKB. Car HH. tad IM. ave.
T8LKPBOKH: OSkae, H4 YanI, M.
aysilr
UOTBUt XD KKHTJt UBAtfTH.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
m TBKTS STREET . W.
Vest aad Potest Uttn is Uw esty. Ia-
JAliau H. MKSLLQ, PinnsJnMr
nwi asuMTri
Aieny and Navy KeadHa(tes.
Feevke sij.m.
nvu XsQLumnu.
r swnnnsspnni
eessMt tttm asm I ata. . w ,
u. M, CASH,
isneletnr
WUWM "AsWslsfaTOnL B.
O attAfUK.
tot efltwftaas Isl-J
s
iT.JAXasVaWfis
waTC muun JLM f A AVI
L. WtXaMWBY. PtuncMur
riuiuiku
OUtOMliSiU
AutBan-nNUaivais) bam hansW
BKhO.
mi4d.mmm- -
SsC JlnWt. llMsinsW IMtA& nttnsksL
HEADACH
TROCHES
ceres B
LttKEJtH.
The Great Bankrupt Sale
FINE TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING,
Which
is NOW OPEN.
Uontmue for a
SHORT TI7VSE ONLY,
fcT2reent ranew M the taqpst clothtag
tisism&xi?1 tnmM'
Regardless of Cost or Value.
The agents have rented the large fonr-story bnlldlng,
311 Seventh Street, Below D Street.
Taw is the Greatest Slanghter of
OhnetM to ronrertthl. stock Into OA91I
ivn i
Pants.
Ail wool rants, In
nen's Kriwr n 1
B0c; worth $1.
Floe Dfn Pants. In thTrlv stvKi.
Cheviot
t neviots, e,7S J S.50. M and 58: worth from
MeO EtCTT baV Snlt. ksSfl! mrlli
worth M.P0. " ' ' '
An-wool Cheviot SnIN at $6 90; werth 1 11
KebynrejSnlig, In twenty styles, eeroprlelBK Faney WerrtexM, Chertets, Oaest
mere. Tvntftls. Ac. at tfl and lj worth S0.
Ftae Imported Worsteds, Dragonals, Oorkscrews, Wide Wales tbrrty styles, at SM
and IIS: positively worth ? ot Senev refunded.
Weeall yonr attention to a mtraber
rmrae 10 senenre ror es, s to arm 45, to tte
BOYS AIID CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY.
Knee Pants from He nn
Bailor Pall, from 4 to ft yearn, st Mo.
Larce Line of Mohair Flanmls, Serges, Pongee Silk, Ateaea
Coats and VMts.
Men's Seersucker Costs and Vests, forty styles, at B0e.;
worth f l.SS,
Bear in Mind: Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect in Every Respect
and of Tills Season's Production.
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Sl Below D Street,
E. L. MITCHELL, Manager.
easfnwiavi n FLt- ULsil WF w H .TJ Xsrb
Oj2
(nQl3Ttn0
ssnTaTanU Ml U Wt- -O K KM U Unl Issnl
' -.--- A-- M --11T A W
Important to All People Leaving th&
City for the
We can ship our Wine to any State east
of the Mssissippi 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
We hold ourselves responsible for the
quality and perfect condition of every bottle
sold.
We Pack in Special Boxes,
With nothing to distinguish them as
Wine Cases.
Send for Cireular and Price List
TO-EALOI WIIE GO,,
614 FOURTEENTH STREET.
James B. Liarnbie,
HKRDMHRE,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
GFkS STOVES,
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BOILERS, $ 1 . i S and $ 1 .g0s
GAS CQOmiG TQVIg t k r i to
FO bi-L
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
418 Tenth Street NarthweeU
Will
rm m theTrBtted
ww M"
Fine nothing ever known In tWs ewwtry. The
mrlthln nhort tl
me.
;worthSl. Beltr."Orde rants. $1; worth
Worsted and rasrimete, at SI Ts, rwnlnr
Bettr.TJrde Pants. $1; worth It.
oomnflufnc Imwvrtwl' Whifir. anwSiftMm.
tam Rttr mrA. luMrlir oil imJ.II'
S' to sro
of MeroMBt Taltar JJal
Suits whteh were
sold at bass than 11
IALF PritOK.
-
TRADE MARK.)
Summer,"
FROM OUR VAULTS
BY TH
MW TIIbOU&H LIIE
BOS
-i
The Great Poughkeepsie Bridge
ON AND AFTER JUNE 30
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS
Will be run through from Washington (o Boston without clmngo via It. & 0.
It. It., the Poiiohkoopste Bridge Line and the Boston ami Maino R. R.
Leave Washinston 2:50 P. M , Arrive Boston Next Mornimr at 8:20
The train runs into the Causcway-strcct Station of the B. & M. R. R.
nt Boston, and passengers for alt points In Maine, the "White Mountains and
I he Maritime Provinces aVbld a long stage transfer across Boston.
For Tiokets and SlcopIngCnr space apply to B. & O. Ticket Agents,
010 and 1831 Pennsylvania avenue, or Depot, corner Now Jersey avenue
and C street. ju30,lt
McELROY'S
KRT STORE,
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Engravings, Etchings and Water Colors of (lie Latest Publications.
KRT NOVBLT1BS.
Artistic yrnmlnr In flotd, Wbito and Gold, Ivorr, lllsnue, Sllror, Oak, Cborrr.
Maple and all Ilsrd Woods.
AlxMnthe Florouoo Leaf, a j beautiful as Gold; very durable and at a VEIIY
LOW THICK.
Hpcclal attention raid In IU jrlldlnft Old Framos and Furnlturo,
bedding and lllrtlidar rrcients.
WHEATLEY BROS.,
DKALKK8 IN
LUMBER
ANU
MAHUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
MILL WORK.
J Corner 7th st, and R. I, ave., Washington,
j 334i south side Water st., West Washington.
YARDS
11 LUMBER YARD FOR SALE,
Sprague Square
used the ground for
surplus stock ol Lumber. The Lumber
MUST GO, Come up and get our present
LOW- CUT FIGURES.
We v ill sacrifice. The owner has ex.
tended our time a short while. Our cus
tomers reap the benefit. The Lumber
must not be moved, but SOLD off the
ground,
ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS.
b
EBBEY, J3ITTINGER & IVlILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
BUT T0R TRUNKS MB IAMESS
KISTEE
m 8iti St X. W.,
-TO-
TO N
ik-
ALT, KIN D3 OP
has been sold.
We
the Storage of
our
iMi
-At-
X?
v& V Odd Fiiaw- ttalL
KAttKOAD.
s- s r '-
The Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
ttonbto Track. Splendid Senr.
6tl Halts. Mfrtfteent Kqstpmeat!
In street Mat II, MBO.
Trains leaje WasbtactoB. fiwn sUtton. oor-
net M Sixth and B streets, as follows:
Fob Pithsthw and the West, oMosro Limited
Hxeress of Pnllman VesMlmied CJnrs at
MOnttmbns aad Lonls.trttb Rreenlni
Oars from rytrnre to Colnmbns: dallr.
exeent Satarday, to I blrago, with Sleeplna
Car Altooaa to t hlcsro st Lonls,chlofto
aid OlnHnnall .Express, 3.30 p m dallr.
rjirior Car vrashlngton to ntrrisbnnr and
Pleeptne 0rs narrtsrmrc to St Iydf. Chl
rSfAaifd Cinotrtnatl, and Dining Carffar
rtsbnrgto 8t.Ixnls Western Ktprestat
T 40 nm dallfr. with Bleenlnrrnr U'uhh..
ago and St Ixinln. oonneottnc
Irtrnre with thronchaeeperl
and MemphH Pa1tlo Kx-
dally at Harris!
for IxmlnTllle
fre? K. V P tn d ur. forPIttdbnrr and tho
tt?W.,f1h throngh steeper to FlttsbnrR,
and ntlslmric to rtl, io
nALTIMORK AND PuTOMAC ItAtLHOAD,
FOa Kasjb. Canandaltrna, Rochester and Nl-
ajrara Falls dally, except Snaday, A 10 a m.
Fob KyiB. c-anandatria and noohwter dally?
for Bnffalo and Btora dally, except
nrdftT. 10 DO n m win, AtAniMV n..F,
sat-ash-
run wm.tAMMT.tiT, lck ITaren and Klmlra.
at 16.S0 a m dally, except Snnday
Fen WitxiAnsroaT d all r. S 30p m .
Banl'BttAnttrntA. New Torfc and the Bast,
f.49. 10 1 and 11 90 p m On SnAflay, 900
1U0 am. j.te, 8.1S, 4 i, io oo and Had t
Uailled Bxnress of Pullman Parlor Carsi
I M H
1
til
Fob Ntw Ye
isiiy, except nnnaay.
obkoii.t, Limited Sxpress whh
Innlnif fritr. am ti m Halt
Fon PmtanaLrniA only, Fant Bxpre 8 10 a
m, week-days, and 4.oopm daily Express,
Sunday only, 6. W p rn.
Fon Hotton without change, S 15 p m erery
aar.
Fon nnooRLTir, N. T., ail thronRh trains oot
nectat Jersey city with loatsof Brooklyn
Annex, airortllnp; direct transfer to Fnlton
street, aTOtdlnK double ferrlaso aeross
Iew lorkdty.
f?AtlA!?iH c,lr mo a m week-days,
llJpm daily
Fon IlAuixomt. 68, 7 SO, 8.10. 9 00, 9W, UM
100, 11.00 and 11.40 a m. 12 OS, 8 10, 3.lL 3.80.
; w, .v, cv, i,.w, o iu, o iw, , n,, iu iu nun
it. so p m. On Sunday. 9.00. 9.05, 10.50. 11.40
K1 fi.,0J. 8-1?'.3 4M 4S0 B-- s'. .
7 40. io or "ad n.ao p m.
Fon Pone's CnstK I.iai, 7.S0 a m and 4.30 p m
dally,oxceptnnday.
Fob A!Arou,7Jnd 9 00a m. ls,twand J
P m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, ISO
pm.
WAsnmoTON sotrrnEnM railway.
In effect Mat It, 1890,
Foj ALixAanaiA. 4 30, 8S.1, 7.4S, 8.40,9.43,
5 !?;?.ar'l1, R rn. on Bnnday at 4o
7.4S, 9.43, 10 -.7, a m, 4.W.0.01, 8.03, and 10.03
pro.
AccnwjionA- on ronQtJABTtco,7.43a ra and
4 3Spm ek-dayt. 7.43 am Sundays.
Fon llinim .id and tlio South, 4-30 and 10J7 a
m dally. Accommodation 4.M p m week-
dajs.
TnAiN' leavo Alexandria for Washington.
0 05 7.03. 8.00. 9.10. 10.1 11.07, a mi 1.M, 3.00,
3.50. 5.10. 0.03. 7.05, 9JW. 10.37 and 11 OS p m.
'0 nday at 9.10, ami 11.07 a m; S.OO, 8.10,
706.7.S9,iJ,andl07pm.
Tloketa and Information at the office,
northeat corner of Thirteenth street anil
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station,
where orders can be left for the chocking ot
baeeaeo to destination from hotel and resi
dences. J. It. WOOD,
... .. ocneral Pasienjter Agent
CTAB. K. rrotl, Oenetal Manager.
lialtiraoro and Ohio Kailrond.
Schedule tn Effect Juno W, 1909.
teavo WaamnKtoo Irom nation comer of
lew Jersey avenue and O street.
Fori CmcAfto and Northweat, Vwtlbuied
Lteilled excess dally 11.30 a xn, axprtM
9Jsi p m.
FoRtMCMKATi, St rul and Indianapolis,
cxrreaa dally 3-10 nd II SO p m.
. ,'i ant Cleveland, exreM daltr
930 a m amis 40 pm
Vou I.cxjxftTox ami points in the Shenau
doahValley.il J0 am.
Fob J iaciiErgn and wsr Stations t3J0 p m.
FbbI.cbat fiM and S. 40 pm.
Fo UAuriMons. week days, 4A', 5 00, 0.M,
?o,7.o, (8.0U4mlnute).8aa,9 su (lixw.
iw, urmiimioi; H ju, jv.,u, 13, lI &f, 1
Mil
UtHfli 1.00. S.1A. (1M 4.1 mlnnlail fi A
8AI04lXlnm.,OJ, 8,0(C-,i' " 7M''
Fan Wat Station between Waahlnston and
J 'U'WO -w- 8 3f a ra. 1 10,iSB,4J,
S,J,i;'2(r, "-, nday, 8.30 a mLoa
3 . 4 Sv. S.ii), I 31 p. m
THAIM LKATS llALTtllORE for Wuihlncton.
week day. ton, o to, sso, 7 16. 7 bo, aoo.
2 JS aJ2i 3? and 10 so. 10 SB a m: IS 00, 1 1.10,
V2i !.. M. 4 13.3 00. 000,8i.7j00,
7.30. 8JW. 8 so. 0 no tn in in ! n,i ti nn ..J.
ounmji, oju,, is,b so. B.sa, ), I0.W. 10
Van ,
. LX " ' V"TS v,ua Mul a an u III, 4 IU ttUU
4 30 IJ m. Knnilmrm H.Ym J, nm
Ltave Annanolls J&. b.st n m. ios'sm
Pm. Sundays. 8 30 am, 3.53pm.
Si?1,'?'. on th8 Metropolitan Branob.
tJ0. 9JW a in. 1 13 p m For principal
stations only, tl 40 ,m,t 1 30 aBdfajopm.
FoBllocKviujiand Way btatlooa, tlJSp m.
r"n"oBO and lotarmedlato polot.
v?1S:W,!J,oS0pftm.ni-UM- &
Fob Jtoiu'g and Intertaedlatestatloaj, 7M
pra.
Chuhcu train leaves Wasbliwtxra oo Sandar
at l. i p ra. Hvpclns at ail stations on Hot-
roijgfluti Jkaueli
li. i. ts.ao, ft so p m.
Fob llABrwiTOWM, t W 49 a m and tS.30 p m.
l"KAiMjarrive from Cbjoaiw dally at li.U a m
and4 14 p m: from Cincinnati and St. LouU
dally 3 Warn and a p m; from Httaburt
7.10 a m. 8 W p m dally
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA DIVISION.
w Kw Yojk. Tnwtoo. Newark. N. J aivd
Kbeth.N J'IOa. t3i, 'looi, ilooa
-j,-,aBu -low p.m. uuset Parlor
Canes all dr trains. bleulauFCiu-mthri
w p. m , oiMtn at 9 ee p m
i o, tsjx), ie.KL n
H It and tt.!N p m.
two
WiOfl. , 4J0, C
nw pmm iw, it Kl,
atd.taiBt Ws.lJe0,HLtf
FS15,3?if7J",,"I!2'5ib!wOT Bitl
UUd. m.
Tbaii laave
New York
Ji'Skty-S ". .5pS?w2
ST tfmm U..0l.l-An
Tkaim 1m ve PblladclpbU fur WaUdoatua.
FMt ATtijrVicOiTV. M aad MOO a bi UM
wun. MM0 f m. SiuuUys. 4 ta a ia aad
Vt Mutton
FQK BAY MiK.K
Wp aswlta m, 19. 40 p a sa
w4ays,Stam.. tsOlspBL
La Kir Hiist. mm ek cuti. 8 30,8 10 pra
miuwi railed fur aad uboseTfMaa
wet fmUKtmuuiusiu bj . uUM TiwawJM VH.
oaoriUrk Wit at. lkat ufiow, tut aa4 141
Pa ara. aud at dautl
i uuau,
Gua. Manager
(HAS O MULL.
! Hm.Agt
Chesapaaka
t. and
1 nhln n:i. ..
wii.u AlillMVltV.
UT
BtusMHiuua ia
jfib , MM. .
Train hiava
Union Dtfiwt, tiUtb aad B
m fur NutirLiurt KyrM. Old
autw. 7 a
PuiatC'oiBturt as4 Murfoik autUr AnrivTla
Otd Potol at f M p aa. aud Vurfufk at h.40 p at
11 a aa Ctumaaatl liiris. dally, fur
aad ttaaitaaiaAir Yatlhiila a
wisfckMU iawj (u CiauUuaU, arrivluc at T
utsiaaHtffs tueuuxa
aoSd trains with dlolu can rua taruiua
wkkMit caae to ciiwuuiatl VetlBwU
SMaajar tur LcaUiiU.ii aud. LuuknUti PoAa
SSM car. are uwa tu t.av innaaaaaw at
Bsskai, 513 Kunsylraula uvvuxie.
B SVLUtk. Gi Pa. Attest.
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