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TITE DAILY CKITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JTTNE HO, 1890.
the daily Critic aiXr BVKOXAX.B. Ilaby Carriages And HefrleeratoTS, Hsv ng had a great ran on tlinse Jew parlor fii' f seven piece, we torn onr attention t hahy (Srrleges and irfWgeratrtri. Jty i'i want thorn, end iki Mir should, for minute be witnonttnm The stoek rfta1- lay embraces the kmw styles, the ban makes and the loireat price. Trie benefits of o ir credit vnem are aJjraM m tin dis posal of nr customer. Therefore, brtmt what mener Ton have and hat M fan want That la the rata at MH FBrnl urn, rsrpet and Store Store, at MO ami 9W ?th trcrt northsrest. llongliton A fis.'a tjnpietwlcntenl In ti HWmeo te. Tl p cheapest ret .Tat read their bargains 1 "ir iltnre-I oak harem. 1 bedstead, isrash s 'irt 1 pair of feather pillow, 1 extra lata n i k t ah'e, t line reed chairs. 1 srtra nrattfasea. a ' these serviceable and desirable attloles. M il f very day. for the small snm of in oj yu-in they offer (l chairs sind a U fortet i nion table for the snrpr1tng and nnprece--int-d price of ttojto. Ami Main, cm yon -j ire the small mm of W? If no, see oar 7 t i "K dlBlnt room salt. It is a daisy, and i lie pr i, Is almost nominal. W. II HoirnHTOSt Jc (Jo 11. A lttJ P at Jl W. The National Sure Deposit tJnmpitny, Cor. 18th St. ami N. V. Avenue. storage for snrerwara. Jewelry. Law, Fi'ie Oooda and ralnaMes of all kind. t 'iarj, s moderate Safe deposit botes for rent al ike very lowest rates Spring I.mnh. . F r spring mb and Washington itreaaed Ik It i f R Jelly, Ninth street win, ( - a Market, ar d N. L. Market, Fifth ami &LI,CllS MYSTERIOUS CASK. It tin Over by the Onra Stiff- sts I'oslble Murder. ii'jckyistcnlay morning a ml Potomac Iraln ran over tmn Waterloo ami Fort fo name was fntiml to Ire fkln. fntn wns Monnctl ami an exam- '11 tf the boilv was made, showing Vrlj be tlil auvl Bllff, as it death hail tCl.trcl nmc hours nrevlntis. Mra. -Hawkins the wife of the dernl negro, wnj found In Waterloo, nnd the staled that her husband had been very drunk the night previous, and that she hud trial to persuade him to coiiw home, liutwllhtut avail. She gives it as her f pinion that he fell asleep on the track. Others arc Inclined to think thai h was killed and placed upon the track to allay suspicion. An Investigation will jic mane by (lie Virginia authorities. - Uoltlen Cross News. wCtldlan Commandorv. tin. 17S. If. O 7?1 C , have elected Iho following cfficcnforthc term boglnnlng July 1 Henry II. Hough, N. C; Jlrs. Mary A. K'tck V. N C , David W. ICeck. pre late Fred K. Woodward, N. K. of II., " I tlam T Kent, F. K of It , Hlchard A alkur, treasurer; Uobert W. Duv triaux v il , ur. II. si. llennott, W. tu ir v. w. Uranger, W. O O : n r i ucKor, i iN u. '!lal Cmnninnilnrt Vn aim t? O (J t . havi! cilprlml tlin fiilliiwttiir il' nrs fur ihe term beglnnlni: July 1. 1 I. Ilucbee. N. C. . Ills A. A. Slack. N O I) I, Oold. prelate. Mm. M J lVabody, N. IC. of 11 , U, I'. Murray. IC of U. , J 11 Diver, treasurer, J. V Ktlgore. W. II.. T. C. 8pureon. WIG, Mm. A. M. XByhart. W O. (i . C hatles W. O'Nulll. I'. N. 0.; Jlrs. U (' Murrav. orjrunUt Goodwill Ontnmnnilnrr N'n II will bold a sjwclal meeting; to-night at Hcottlub HUe Hall. Xo 100? 0 street northwest, to which all the members of the order have been Invited. Grand Ci nimandtsrKule will addresa the newly I'utcl olllceni of all the commanderles t n iho lino of thulr duties ns otllcers, auu t! c ladles of the commHmlery will crvc rvireshmenU at the close of the I) UtlDg Fell Out or U-1 il (low. Chailotte Taylor, a resident of Wil low True alley, went home on Satur day night nfWr having Indulged imlte frcny In luisr. The air was allttleop rrcplvc In her room and she went to fcieep In s chair by Ihe window. At "J JO o clock yesterday morning she was found lying In the alley by Sergeant Unrv, m he thought, la a dying condl :on The ambulance was sent for, but wlun It rtacbed the alley CUarlotle had lien brought to cobsclouiness by the burning of feathers under her nose. She was ooon able lo return to her house huI go lo sleep. A Youue LuUjr'a Narrow Hxiape, Atthecotnerof Peiinsylvaela avenue and Moth street northwest, this morn In?, a runaway horse rn Into MIm I'I umber, a young lady from Adauu Iwn Md . who Is vUltlag frleads at Iv 1130 Corcoran street. She wa knrcLiddona asd very severely la rcd Bhe was Ukea into Scbeffer iv btt veu's drug store where her v,-. ucils were dressed, awl afUtrwanU I aki n to her reskleace. Site wat buliy Ir .ised atx.ulDie face and Heck, but f 'unately no serious Injury was sus- tllrUllau HBilHur VurU'r. TLl rcpreseitthtivee of Ue First Coa- ffftaliuoat CftuH.b, at luc reeeat aa- nLii i om ratio held at St. JuU, tie . f i . d ilnir n pott to (be ChrisiUa Kn iot S,.i My of that laureh last eight. J lv Jir Newii4a presided over Uut i fiiLe wkica was lalerestiag aad wi... aliciidtd. HU Juajuun, pfesitksU rt -i.c ilcty, Miss Uiag aad Mtssrs II I Child., W II. LeUadL.A t L,,r, jr ituwle reporu abowlag the 1 1 1 1 i nd firvor la Uu C'biisrJaa Ma- . rw.rkUiat Uie coaveatio 0U- f Hid bumJay Work fr Katlroad HimHayx. Ti.'- Wssaiagtoa sjm! Qeotgetuwa i'i 1 1 1 luaupaay susve issued aa order, . Li took tCect yeaUniay, wheceby i; maa ia iha witnay gam oa i n-ry buatlay No bum Solid t. allowed uatil alter tme piatlc J5. :. u ovtr. Car will be rua aevea j , a io tae week ad ail extra ntea are i.i'd i r duly oa tka cable cn. I : ji iiuo was ataiie aaceuaiy oa ac ' i f tb trktraordiaary tiavcloa tat: ilio particular days. Vciitorii Hasiaea. Keaaartvaia. i i u accuBMuudate tb Urge uuse- "iu eao visa tae fsawaaaMJi- i BVUurU Hokitigt, tae BaUi- 1 1 t, , gallnaad ia atacad on s ( SDrs tt-ata, visa parlor - .ii kiaviag Wsialafinn at -3a .j,t atyi auaaay, eaa atdviaa at i ?i" s -! P- ia. saaM asy, , Ui! t t tasberUua for tianar. atoaaa- .1. ir ft Tae Ulu etiawtolaal se- - .'i Uy upeattkHM aast piata- . ji, uitkl Teat. No. it, Uiseatiadstas f i ckaaiitsa, a k3aa tka a iii crs for tka eaauiag tcrai. .1 ma T. WoJaWUr eaia I ii i . i'U. iU)utly rulat. Joaa it ,lj kttcxaUry. V V J ' il sccseaanr. FriteYk .- !,i lote R. ataJaoMy, Wi 4m Wiila. iaside cui. 'p- J auide fuaat. tm L . , . it High Tea. V- .UUl atiaoiu. Kit. .abtu! Otjr wiii a. .o ,l.1 UUo liatt- - 3.0U ' i iai - w i'ltSMBton FVis l -. ..i,. isUv 'j , at tale of IB tie . - ' if-urd fierstura rmngir ii'" .J 3, Utb. uiUualTc. BASEBALL GOSSIP MORf ESTER DEFEATED IN A HlAVY-BATTIttfl CONTEST 3URMT QrtES WILL BE HDWOMED (hriaf H U Afrettt Tsatertiy si th FWlWe f fin JWlrtltsi k) Pnrri4 StitkMe AM9w4i(1oii. Tl e WatMnt rotrt .TWtenJay irefenrl the Wortetter lwn thmngh hwtvy bat tins: in the fifth Inning, wlren they sforerl eicht runs rm some of the hardest hitting evr n In Ihh locality. ln r'crwood, Jordan, Nicholas, ench made singles . llsdir, Hlrd ami Wentx mle iriplis, Bsdtr made a double, and M hhtler a home tun. It was great bai ting and the crowd howled Its approval n stentorian tones. Stafford was an easy mark all through the game and was batted lianl, but it was not nnlll the fateful fifth that his curves were pomnleil severely. Underwood pitched RwhI fame, anil was fairly supported, the 1hiT grmimls being to blame for most of the errors. Bt'KDAY MASKBAM,. The arrests at yesterday's game pre clude the possibility of playing any more games In that loralllv. It was Hie In. li'Mtlon of the club to refrain from any more of these sames. Ihvuiiw llm mil. road company would not furnish them any accommodations or ernnt any con cessions. It would not give a reduced fate, nor would It stop oppostto the en trance to the grounds. With those ob stacles against them large crowds were out of the question, and the management very properly concluded to nbantlon future games. The arrests copped the climax, and next Sunday the team will play ot Atlantic City, and tho Sunday following at Newark. Thero Is a pos rlhlllty that something may turn up In the moaatlme by which the club can play Its Sunday games In this city. At all events no further offort will be made to play In Virginia, and perhaps It Is just as well. (IAMBS THIS WEEK. Tho homo team ought to bo able to pull up considerably In the pennant raco this week. Tody nnd to-morrow It will piny the Hnrtfords, tho two follow Ine unys tho Worcestcrs, nnd on Friday morning tho Baltimore team. On Sat urday It plays In Wilmington. Thew Mx games ought to help us materially. Baltimore Is tho only team that will give us n close fight, and the team should win n largo proportion of the games from tho other clubs. The tnd of the season Is a good ways olT yet, and wu have plonly of opportunity to get among the lenders. Capitol l'nrk will be retalneil for fuiiiiu games, and Fiesldent lluwelt Is deiirmlned to get a winning team logilher If possible. Sullivan Is now negotiating for several men, and if he can get them will materially strengthen the nine. OKT AN UJinilK. Mr. Kelly continues to Inlllct himself on a bored community. He umpired Saturday and yesterday, and hi work, in the language of the street, was a "iioiv snow. Vresdent llrailan. had he tried, could not have appointed n man who knows la about the game than Kully. While he has not lost us auy games, his decisions are so out rageously unfair that thoy always af fect the result either one way or the other. He is disposed to be fnlr, but he Is incompetent. lie is not wanted, not needed, nnd the sooner his sue cesser Is appointed the better. in this connection It might be well for I'resldont ISraden to listen to the application that Is being made on Ik half of Fhil Baker and glvo It favor able consideration. I'hll is an old ball player, an excellent umpire, and hU appointment would give general satis faction, for be l well and favorably known all over the country. AMATKl'K HAiKJUU.. The Shamrocks defeated the Valley Strttt team yesterday by a score of 0 to 11. The batteries were as follows: For the Shamrocks, Southuy and Collins, and Valley team, Devlne and Buttons. Total Abslatusri at Work. The temperance meeting at the Good Templars' Hall last evening taxed the hall to its utmost capacity. Mrs. lllva l.ockwood presided and delivered a forcible temperance address. Mrs. Carrie Smith sane a beautiful solo ami Mr. James C. Lee, chief ruler of the Order of llechabitee, followed, contract lag the eoedltioa of the worklaginau sad bis family under drink aad total abstinence. Miss Josle Lee and Dr. Kir by also delivered addresses. The Uetotioaal exercises were coaduc led by Mr. J. S. Blackford, graad cuanHin of Good Templars, and 1'iofessor Uwly dirtctrd tUecoagregatioaai siagiag with Mias Taomae presiding at Ike orgaa. Jlrs. Lock wood closed the meeliag with u slroag appeal for all present to join Ike Katperaaee utoveawat. Judce llrsdlay uu Hit) lloueli. Judge Bradley lesaweil his seat oa tke Ciiadaal Court beack btdiy. lie kas btta aa iavalbl staee October li, 18W.. He is lookiag weU but stilt ka a-AaBeee ia kb lower liatbe. I'Mrler Oar ta Hear t'ark uaU IMkUtul. Cuauaaaciag aelamUr, Juae 8Ut, tke B. 4 O. K.R. wtu attark a rUUaaa Bullet Park Car to tae Cbieago VesaiaaJa4 Usvitaal Ksurees leavlag Caatdaa ataiioa Mfca a. ss , Wsaaiagtoa, 11 Jus. at ; v rivtag at User Park 5-SB y. am., KouatMia Lais rark, Ve p. at , Uaklaad, i.ift p. av Katuraiair taa car will be ulaewl aa tke Ckkas TeaUbuW LtakUsd Ksprasa Wav lag Gfatua -JM a. at. sad Dear Hark at 10:10 a. at , anivlug ia Waasaagtuu 1:14 p a., BlUature, 5:T. ut. THE NATIONAL SafeDeoositCo OP WASHIXGrXOtV. sua ta 4Sjg wu. w'a"'V,ipp" wi ami f mutE; Rirriiie or safes. 1spsaBsB "je aisaB aw TaBBjaaasT sa"P'B ttf m aaTaaUVAJI UbI WMM-MMMiM raaiiinai la aa WaWMOOT aWhMaiaV 90 "k saaV1 aTBafBf isaaa' HW aaa"5 a" "aaWf OMOamt 9. a. ;aaWMf . BURIED WITH HONORS. rnneral of .tohn F t'arker in ron neetton With ft Oreat Trairedy. The funeral of John Frederick Tarker took place yesterday afternoon from his late residence, No. 81A Sixth street JWTthweet. It was attended by Harmony Lortfnj 3fo. IT. F. A. A. M., with W. llMnflron Smith, worshipfal master; L. Ii. Ginn, senior warden; F. McC. Crts well, junior warden; O. S. Flrnwn, sec retary; L. D. Carmen, treMnrer, ami Samtrel Baxter, marshal ami master of ceremonies. The serrloeii at the trewn were cotrdtrcted bv Pastor Dtrmer of St rani's Knglteh Lntheran Chnrch. The remains were enclosed In a rmirrletmrt casket, npnn which were the deceaseds Masonic apron, a sheaf of wheat, ami a bunch of cut flowers. The pallbearers were A. P. MrWrs, George K. Taylor, John A. MttCMll, J. K. Harris, George W. Harrington and Joshna Stone. Interment was made at Olenwood Cemetery, with Masonic honors, the chaplain, L. II. Yoike, offlciatlng. Sir. Parker was born at Winchester, Frederick County, Va , In 1899, ami learnen uie trade or a machinist. lie served for a short time during the war, and Just before Its close he was ap pointed upon the police force ami was on the duly at the box office of Ford's Theatre on the night that President Lincoln was assassinated. He leaves a widow and two married daughters, Mrs. Keyworth and Mrs. Nalley. tlooil Templars fllvenn llntertnlnmant, Morning Ptar, Monumental Columbia, Washington and Eggleston lodges. Good Templars, met In joint session Saturday evening at Good Templars' Hall, corner Four-and a half street and Pennsylvania avenue, nnd was presided over by Miss Carrie Diabro. The hall was crowded and the meeting was n great success. After the transaction of routine business, under the direction of Dr. Kcrby, there was a vocal and lit erary ontertalnment participated In by mo .Hisses ivuimr, uiair, Andrews nnu Mobley, Mrs. Thomas, nnd Messrs. Mc Murray nnd Sargent. An add re) was delivered by Mr, G. II. Nlver of tho Grand Lodge of New York. BRIGGS' E -FOH- SICK HEADACHE -IN ITS- Kervousi Bilious or Congestive Forms. TK8TIM0NIAU L. It. unowN, M. D., iVwt Jersey st., Kt.itAinTii. N. J., June ), IMS. This ts lo certtty that I liavo ued for sorao montln with mneb satlsfaotton, the oomblaa tkxi of remedial, for lleaitaobe, known as Blrs' tteadaoho Troebos. The remedy i urw more beadaeaes, otpeolally nuoli as af 'eet Nervous Women, than anything I am acquainted wltb, and It this oe-tlSoAte will be thomeans ot bringing It to the favorable attention of sufferers from that trouble, I iball feol that I bare done them a servtoe. L. 11. UHOWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Eokt by all DrufftrUta or sent by Mall oa Re ceipt ot Prioe. BBIGGS' MEDICINE CO,, KLIZADKTII. N. J. Grsnd, Upright and Squtre PIANO-FORTES. tHetal atleatlon of purchasers U lavlted to uur "W ARTI8TI0 STVLHS." Plolsaed la Uesioa of "lllOUBaT IigOORATlVK ART." riANCW FOR RENT fcsteoaii baad rtaao at All Prise. WM.KNABE& CO., 8t7 Market Space. 11UTKZ.H Jl1 KISIiTJlUUA.NTll. NEW YORK BUFFET, tt tskw wvnswf N. w. Hast aad rHtaaat Uaaaes fai tae esty- las- aattept Ckssas. JAMW H. OUSTatU), lwaetetar. tear-as riWK wtaerr, Waaiia-9TQs(. U. p. Ary aa4 Navy HealiiiaHe ireafisaa Has saaaaai, TltaV-H aaa S Par Bar- T earaav Mtk aa I sss. a. w., K V. C4KB. ptaartatof'. O-aWTAPLaa. lAia TaMaMsataall Ifc Hi:tlHsi ssa"" sps.1 w asssaBBaaasB saa- aat-saaaaaBj s- 4ABk' MOTaX, aVBOPBAV PLAH, alXTS TU7 AMD PA AVg. I. VOUUWJKY. Protriii.r SlSSXIKu MINJUuX-A. l Wm NiIMIi WM fcaiaMMaM 9m& HEADACH TROCHES I ceres mm WM, kt. SALT A t. The Bankrupt Sale TULOR-MJlDI clotbim, Which Has Been Going On it 311 Seventh Stteet Northwest, Will Continue for a SHORT TIME LONGER. It is the chance of a lifetime to b,iy Clothing at these prices, This stock is from a large manufac turer who has failed, and must be sold to make im mediate settlement. NOTE THE PRICES BELOW: Men's Kvyry-Pay rants. SPe: worth SI. Better Grade rants, $1 worth M. All-wool Pants, In Cheviot, Worsted ami Cawlmera, at tl.tk, reealnr TrTrSa, 84.TK. ,. grejwPanlj. In thirty styles, comprising Imported wowtetfs. OKSstmeie, t hetlota, t. jsjio, f4amt ; worth ifrora S8 to l. ?LeS?.KmJ-,,' s,,l,9 ,ml worth 5 50. Better grade, nearly alt weei.Sli worth SS.W). All-wool CbevM Stilts at J. 80; Wcrth 818. Nobby nresj 811I l. In twenty styles. eonprlslOR l'aney Worsteds, CtteTkits, Oa! mere, Tweeds Ae., at is so and tlO; worth SSO. Ftnelmcorted Worfteds,rrlaitonals, Corkeerews, Wide Wales, thirty styles, at Stt and SIS; positively worth SSS or money rernnded. We call yxmr sttentlon to a nnmber of Merchant Tailor Made Suits wMeh were made to meaenre for SSS, IM and (4 Mo be sold at I-BSS THAN HALF 1'lflOK. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY, Knee rants from le. np. Sailor Ptilts. from 4 to ft years, at Mo. Irre Line of JIolmlrFlnnnelj, Serges, TonReo Silk, Atpaea Coats Bnd Vests. Men's Seerauoker Coats and Vests, forty stylos, at nOd-t worth! I. SB. Bear In Mlndi Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect In Every Respect j and of Tills Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh St Below 0 Street. f"l M.H MP.f.y.M wa ? (REQISTCRED cstex kjaia m:r emiih v v& xmmvazmmmmiw' Important to All People Leaving the City for the Summer. We can ship our Wine to any State east of the Mississippi River, in lots of four or more cases, with safety to the purchaser and for less money than a like Wine canbe 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 Circular and Priee List TO-KALOI WIHH CO, 614 FOURTEENTH STREET. James B. Gamble, HHRDMHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS, QAtf BQ.mRS.slUS and $1.0S mip m mm it is mm GAS COOK1KG STOVES t catk ipr & to tUrty motto. JutU Umi atov lr aalsmnsar . a m ! s'at tk QMklflf im yOa) CM WtiftiHaWi $)u W FOB sUXK WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 418 Tenth Street Northweet, OF- TRABE MARKj FROM OUR VAULTS BY THX SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCEL ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings) Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures In Stock Except Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Y1 attention paid to Framing, noaildlns, Stnvlns: and Doxlnc Plctnroi and Mirrors. IEW THEOTJG-H LIIE BOS - The Great Poughkeepsie Bridge ON AND AFTER JUNE 30 PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPING CARS Will bo run through from Washington to Boston without chango via D. & O. It. It., tho I'otifilikccpslc Urlilfio Lino ami tho Boston and Malno R. It. Leave Washington 2:50 P. M, Arrive Boston Next Morning at 8:20 Tho train runs Into tho Causcw&y-strcct Station of tho II. & 31. It. It. nl Boston, anil passengers for all points in Maine, tho Whlto Mountains and tho Maritime Provinces avoid a long stngo transfer across Boston. For Tickets and Sleeping-Car spaco apply to B. & O. Ticket Agents, 010 and 1331 Pennsylvania avenue, or Depot, corner Now Jcrsoy avenuo nnd 0 street. Ju23,4t WHEATLEY BROS.. DEALERS IX LUMBBR AND FACTUHERS OF DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. ) Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave,, Washington. YARDS ) 334 south side Water st., West Washington, M BER YARD FOR SALE Sprague Square has been sold, We used the ground for the Storage of our surplus stock of Lumber, The Lumber MUST GO, Come up and get our present LOW- OUT FIGURES. We will 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. LlBBEY, B: T-r-Tr-mrr I'XTnviiTxroTraT o llli ttt -r Tr iU1315ii i . JLFJ.JL rilYirlSll. 0 XrXlLiLiliLL Sixth Street and New York Ave, N. W. atS "f " i wwr m That trunk kcame jtvO HKtEssi'siBMsa "lumntnirf IM -tJ 4mrWWB fayk reriw-aa5rwfciaasW UH f kit MLwEk &iS EUmlJr 1aiaiMlaiiiii.MMaV--,'"-J' i BUT YOUR TRUNKS MD HARMS 3T 1 3E3 m rk.cat bt K. W. -TO- TO N M17 - ALU KINDS OF ') ER&Ml -AC- X7 next tu Odd yUows' Mali KAir nons. Ball imnre and Ohio Railroad. Brnednle In Effect lane M, IW. lave Trarnirton trom station corner of Ktt Jersey arenne and c street. TjMtf war. warn Toi?e?rnTar,t8 m Pja flAWiMOBt week days, 40, SM, 8.1 1MB, tt-nitantes) a , l.T0, i.lMtS. iJtal6m It 1ft Jt M.tM. SOS isii7J flJil. 4&-mHitit rwi am ah aoa 7.,8.9S2,io.i,andliJpm. ft ntes) 1 CO. .1 rt n. -mtnnt i iS'Sf w- mlnntes) 8.M, 6.18, 8. ow,nso. n.snpn. For Wat 5tjitio between VTaiMi talthnore SW,!S,M( m. 5ff'.,LPffl- snnlars,8 8 . 4 S, 6 , 11 ) p. m Tbaiiss hats lMT.Tixont for Wash week dar. S.09. s so. s m. t is. 1 8 80. 8.SS, 80 and 10 90. TO.fc. m: ISn TO. a 88. SB. 4M. i is. a na. a Aa aai ti . v. o w, o w, 9 w, iv. n. m.wa ana 11.00 rs P""ftrV8 8", 7 18, 8 SB. 8.88. 8.91 ., fei. S ; 1 Wo. 1 , . lo, so, 4 ti, 5, m, YM, 7.80, 8 , 8 80, iO.10, 10 K nn.l ll.OOp m. PoRAN!Aroug.6 8B and 8 80 a m, ami 4 88 p m. Sundays, 8 80 a m, 4,8s p ar. Ixare Annarolls 8.M, 8.S7a , 18,8s, 3.13 ft mA . OA'ik i i ii' i 5. r I'-1"2i " ro; station on the Metrorofitan BranOh. t8.8B. J8 89 n m, Jl 15 p m. For, ariaelpat stations onlr. tlO 40 a m , tl 90 ami tsJ8 pni. ron norKTittR and Way stations, tIJSn . S S'JJSP"?! ml Intermediate potat. Fon Horn's and Intermediate stations. 7.0) DID. CMvwn train leaves Washington on Snndai at 1.18 n ta, stotMng at all stations mi Met ropolllsn Iirancli. Fori FnaBsmcK 80(8,80. teO, f 11.30 a ra, 11.18, tS.30.t4 80 pm. Ton IlAnxRsrowN, tl0.49 a m and tS.30 p m. Tbaiss nrrlro from Chloamj dally at 11.48 a m anil 4 10 pm: from Cincinnati anil St. touts dally s 50 am ami a.08 p ta; from rhtsburt 7.10 am. Sto Dm dally. NEW YOHK A PntLADELrniA DIVISION. F1N?w.TOBK'.Tr,lton' Newark, N. J and KIlMbtli.N.J,4f, T8.00. 10 0n, .00a m., i to, 4.B0 nnd I0.30 p. m. ISnffet Parlor i-Uonall day trains. Hleeptne Car on tho 108pp.m,openat9Wp m. Fon riuunxLriitA, 4 08, tgno, 10.00. R0O noon, 2 so, 4.to, o IS ami l6j0 p. m. 'J5StEWA5iK,1)I'-i.F"mlDK,on nn"' Chester, and .10.30 p.m. " WU"Q' M' '"' Ton iRTvnMKniAn point' between Baltimore ntd Philadelphia. 15.00 and 7 80 a. m , tSJW, ".wi p, m, ..'ni8 Now Tork for Washington, T S l J a m. ' 00, 3.B0, ,(M p m;an Tf. !2 .Y Philadelphia for Washington. 5.M, 7 8S p m. Fon IIostow, 'i.to p m, with Pullman BnfTet Sleeplne Car running throngh to llcnton wltliont chango, via PoiighkoepaloBrlJge,. landing passengers In B. M. station at Boston. Fon Atlantic Citt, 4 Ol and 10 00 a m.. 110J I iiooti, 10.80 p m. Sundays, 4.05 a m and li CO noon. Fon BAY BIDCIE. , Wmk hats, 0.15 a m., 1.30,4.30 p m. Bun " . days, 0 33 am.. 130,.11Jpm. 1 LiAvaBArHiwiK.wiok days, 6M.BM pra. Mit.dayn. 8 oi, 0 00 p ra. tExeoDt Sunday. Mlally. JBnmlay rnly. Bsirgage callisl for and cheeked from liotols nnd residences by I'nlon Transfer Co. nn orders left at ticket unices, 019 and 181 Pa. arc. and at depot. J. T. OUKLL, CIIAS. O. SCBLU Pen. Manager. tien. Pass. Ag't. Tho Groat Pennsylvania RouTo To the North, West nnd Southwest. Double Traok. Splendid Scenery. Steel Halls. .Magnificent Uquipment; la effect Mar II, 1890. Trains leave Washington, from station, cor ner ot Mxlli and Ilstrects.As follows: Fob PiTTsauna and tle West, Chloago Limited Kxprea of Pullman Vcatlbuled Cars at 1U.M1 a m dally; Fatt Line, 10.50 a tn dally to Columbus and St. Louis, with sleeping Cars from PIlLlmri; to Oulummis: dally, oxevpt Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car Altnotia to Chicago. St. Louis, Chlengo and Cincinnati Kxpress, 3.40 p ta dally. Parlor Car WashlDgion to Harrlsburg. and Sleeping Cars llarrUburgtnst. UhiIs, Chi raeoaml Cincinnati, and Dining Car liar rtslwrgto St. Louis. Western Kxpra, at 7.40 p in dally, with Me(vlngCars Wa.hfng. tong to Chicago and St. Lmils. onnneetlng ilallr at llarrUhurg with through Sleepers fur Louisville and Me.nphl. I'aoltlo Kg wes, 10 Op p m d. Ily, for llttaburg awl the et. with through Sloeior to Httslmrg, and Pittsburg to rbl, igo. BALTIMORE AND PoTOMAO IlAILllOAD. Fon Kan. Canandalgua, lloulieter aad NL agara rails dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a ra. Fmi Shis, fanandaigua and Itoebeiler dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally.exeept Sat urday, 10.(0 p in. with bleeping Uur Wash ington to Hoo beater. Fou WiLUAH.roRT, Lock Ilaren and Elratra, at 10.60 a m dully, except Sunday. Fob WiuiAMsroar daily, 3.30p m. !' Ihiumsu-hu. New York and the Bast, I-?2?00A,,(Vana ,,Wa ra..W.3.1S,4.'ji, M0. 10.00 and 11.5)0 p m. On Sunday. 9.00 JI'O m, s.io, 3.U, 4 so. law and II p n. Limited Kxpreu of Pullman Parlor Cars. 9.40 a n dally, except Suaday, Foh New Yomk om.t. Llwlted Bxpress wHh UlBlng Car, 8 00 p, m. dally. For Philavku-hia only. Fat Bxpfi S. a m. week-days, and 4.00 pui daily. Kxpresvi, Sunday oblr, 8. Mpm. FoKlkwroK without change, 8.14 pra every aaT. Fou UuooatTN. N. T., all through tralo. eon, sect at Jenev city with boat, of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fuliea stretst. uvoIdlnK double ferriage aero hew York llty. "Atiahtmj Cut, llHsa week-days, 1JM pm daily. ' Fob Haltimohe. 8JS.7 80. 8.10. 9.00, 9,18. MAI MUO, 11 60 and 1LW a m. liM, 3, J.18,TSr, 4 li 4 88. 4.W, 40, ., 8337.40, uS iml HJOpra. oa Suaday 900. 9.8S, WJS9. lt.W Fea Ptit'i's Cmxsk Likk, 7JW a m aad 1J9 p m dally, exee4 Mtaday. Fiw AkiAKHJ..7JI8ad 9J0a B, W.asana 1 88 pra lUlly, exeept Suuiay. buodays, 1C0 psa. WASIIINOTOK SOUTIIBKN HAILWAY. laesTeatUArll. 10. Fu Ausamihua. 4.88, 8.SS, T.13, 8.14. 9 ts, MJW a m. 1JM mob. OS. 1.10. 4 M. 4 SS, Jl. at lf.lt aad U 88 nn is. Sunday at 4.88. 7.48. 1.48, W.87, a M.V'W.Sid, M. aad M-3 urn. AomMiHuTioi rou QiriNTico.T.Ha m aad 4.88 i M week-day. 7.4S a m buodays. Fas Hu-ummu abd tae kutuh. iM aad W.W a at dally. Aeananawlsltoa iM p m waek- Tviih.' Wave AWsaadsia lor Wa4biatea. Ut 7.88. 8J. 9 If. M.1S. llJff.a;l.sa; 7 Ik. 7JC8, M, sad UVW p as. ihw una iniurmmioa at toe on aoftiutut curacr of Thlrt.iinth .Ireet reaasyiv&Dia avrnue. uui at tae 1 waese wars vaa ee wit lur taa eaa Ugcaast lo de.tli.alkfi f ruai aotsUs 1 dMui. J B. WI General FaMeaser J vma. m n.un. ucuvrai jsaaasjar- Chasapaalie and Ohio Railwar. bchedula la esraui ttUU t, HAail! Tratau taave Tnloa Depot, SUtb aad B street. Wi7 a b lor Newuort News. QU Putat Ctduurt aad Norfolk daily. ArrrTvsTB Okl Poliil ian.10 t m. imd Nortofk at S p as, lljbi a xa ciOAituuitl Bxttfesa. liatbr. loc atartoua tn Virginia, West Virginia, ttaiaokj and CUit'iiumtT utibuie .leepers thtoasa without aaage to Cluclnnatl. ariiviog at 7dS a m. 11.10 DBA- V V Velbuie Limited. d solM traia4 witb dlulu cars rua taro wuaoui L-aaBKe 10 i-iuuiutau. veal ateejier fur Lexiatftua and T i ul.yH. asaa ear are opoa lo receive passmen rs at KWI dap as. OSac-e, 814 PeaasylTaala aveaua. H. W IULLBK.Qeu Pa. 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