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I HKDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1890. TUB DAILY CRITIC eiTr npnoXAna. s' KefrtswrntoT. ary Car HS1. V.tt , Krc. TM rwtionsrbl installment Mtabiinnint I centrally locate at W and MS 9ratfc street nerthirwt, and i now making cat prtcw.on ttefrlartor. Babt carrlafiw, M ill oUwrltvM of flood needed mr the mrm WR. Boons sold on ch hai on easily rm Iftdttnuwatd lIIWtthWfl !. tynrinnndtmta In tnt. nsi rstel tfcetr baMS pair of feather pliioiw, t extra lar , nn reea cmnre. i wire rans- servtceahlc and delraMe articles, da, for tae mu sram ot to. Aaafn tMt offr chain and A sir foot ev- ttrnMvn table for the snnritm and nnprwe awtw wlce of $19.08. And again, cn yof. rnar tle small mm of $W If o, roe oar 7 MWI oat dining room unite, tt i a daly, and (H c A almost nominal. W. H ftoronros Co. IH A 10 F at Jf W. The Nntttmnl Sat DernHtt Uompnnj", 0fr. lflthSt. nittl N. V. Avenne. for SHverware. Jewrtnv baces, e nan nunantes or an ainns. OjMwtan jftflHwyfo. Safe N MM St Inn faff lowest rates tteuueti noxe iov Spring: Immh. For starrac huna and Washington dreaswd m to J. ft. Xally. Wlntn strgat wlna. Market, atd N. L. Market, Firth aid nnVtli The I.lclit Infantry Meeting:. Tn Washington Light Infantry Cotr held a meeting last night, at which the report of tbe committee so lectlng Cape May as a place of encamp ment Witt adopted. An Inritatlon wat Retired from the Shenandoah Valley Agricultural Association to attend their annual fair In September next, which was declined with thaaka on aceottnt of the iMltalkm going to Cape May. Setriee badges hare Ueen ordered for thOM who have filled out their six years' tetriee, and will be presented nt the anniversary nt the organisation on Spttnrer 12, vm. A ntimber of the member will wear their new corps budge at the ensuing excursion, which occurs on July 15. Want the Company to 1'ay Kent, A tetter ha been received by the District Commissioners from John A. Baker In reference to a plan recently submitted by the Washington Market Company to re-establish possession of a port of the market reservation free of rent. lie claims that the company holds Illegal posseaslon of the proportr bounded by D, Tenth and Twelfth streets, without oavlns rent for it. Mo dmlrtt that the whole market square be taken from the unlawful control of the raatket company. The matter has been referred by the Commissioners to their attorney for an opinion on the sub ject. Ilxoutxlnn to at. 1'itul, Minn. The National Kdncstlonal Association convenes at St. Tant, Mfan., July S, and for tM occasion tbe llatUmora ami Ohio Kill road Wfll sell eacunlon tickets from Wash ington to St. I'aul ami return at rate of . far tbe roend trip. Tickets wilt be sold for all trains July 1, 3, 8 I, end , and valid for return pasa.p nutty July IT, taclualve. t'atttaaUesiriiHr to do so can have their tlekeU extended unlit September SS by depositing same with tbe Hist agent at SI. Paul. Ksenraten tickets to St. t'aul and return at eorrespondtnaly low rates will alto ne aoM from all other principal stations on Baltimore and Ohio Kallrctd. UliurcM Ac'ilmt I ho Mall-IUc Hlioin Prtaklent Denham of the Federation of Labor laid before that tody on Tues day evening some alleged facts In re gard to tbe mall-bag repair shop on C stieet northwest. It Is alleged that the women employes are paid only S cents for mending bags, ami that thev must icpair forty a day or be diteharared. It la alto aaeerted that pretty glrlf are given easier and cleaner work than plain girls and old widows, who hare to paten up tugs badly lorn and soiled. Th secretary of the Federation was la tmeted to cownunicale the facta to the roatmaaUr General. What are )ou gotiig to do about four tth of July bserf Order the Kobert 1'ortner Vleatw Cabinet and have a good time. Tv llwtrulH rrteml of ZIsb. The Association of the Friends of Zkm. which was orgaalied for chatl table and benevolent purposes, has had a split in Its membership, and in eon sequence another society has been fotmed, taking tbe aawe name, but ad diM "Ka. f." The trustees of the ot Iflnal society united with the seeeders and have attempted to convey the prop erty to the latter. To prevent the ac coetpliehuutnt of this purpose a Mil in enuUy has been flka against John Thotntoe. Andrew Jaduos, Levi W. Jfrekaon and Henry Mlllex. which seeks to enjoin them from waking certain eeaveyaaeca. An OHlHJllve Ilraatb it saast distrewiiuc, not only to the pfon s BUeterf if he hare any pride, but a thoie Witts whom he eosaes in contact. It is a eHMte watar to sneak of, but tt has itfttfeard catarrh are inseparable. Dr. rage's tstarrb itaned cures the worst mm a thoaa4 can mWs Jljarrtaij Twunly-ltvo Ymh Aco, Tic htlvgr wUlg of Mr. mi Mrs. "! h(hUiefheb wit catehraled last t rf in- at their residence, Til O street L0rU.w1.3t There was a nock mu-ikt- nutuony, la which Xr. Flake iiaitui.d the rote of minister, and a ltwotifu! supper was served. The Red Itoi i. l'icisurt Club, of which Xeasri. Jet,!: id AlUtt Schioterbeek, the sons I tie kni and hasteaa, am asembers. were w---nt as were Mr. and Mr e 4&, Mr and Mr Geora SehulU, 3ta, JSoti, Mr. and Mrs Barnett. Mw, LMuatwrger, Mrs. Koenig and What are you swg to do about your tth ILSW.3KL w?T fSj0' nanttNwit ajei have a good tunc Mr. Kewea lZ Uta HuU. Several years ago eat Senator Thoatan 3! L xn Ucasae surety on the bond f lknt. n Turner, tu.n a county col- ..., i i ia Arkansas. Benton afterward ji J defaulter, andauit was i.mui iU Uui and-tartftnrnt jgninat Bowen. ft M nj J.cie and uied la Hit Usenet Court yea- Kuiav Mr Boweu riaisnen the judff- Liut wan void, be ia the counsel as ,4.4itug iu the State . urt in bis behalf Ld t-u ai!iority t du . The Jury, i i . tr fuund a . - Itct for the Stale ,. ,uu. of tn "i .. nraurd shoes ou she uitfbt. 'i ill lit tub Nuiu uaua cieeeert. u 'e uoeert t U Marine Sand t . i.aitatiiiU . -i j the lullowinf . 411.11,1. lll t . 'ele ! i 1. tlU4JU biter j P, i "-.oLe-d &ftrdwuiv ...t felariwsat... tegta Mr ya lardelU. i Jbi aaiio" !J-uai i -. ;.... aj Lcgvuu" juea i r jBtllt sXi f iniapp aHUMM v -' x tor UiliOreii fcoutouirf u NOT TO DISBAND. Till WASHINGTON CMJB WH, BE PDHCHASBD Htm WBfirt. DDR A SPLEftOIDYieTORY YlSttRMY. Ittmtitfck PM4im i fltwl HltHHf, Playiaf it Qhawwiiihlf) Farm, Wtflt Batlhjnte To-Marnrw. Fot a clrtb m the ttrge of dlstolntlon, in the hMKfa of as assignee and whose fate to a uncertain a the dlsriml tlon whtch will be made of the MtKlarej- bill, the Washington Club Is playing great ball and playing In championship form. Yesterday It took a game In excellent style from the Worcester, played Hrely ball, and dl I some good hitting ami remarkable Held lop. Altogether it wae a good a game as has been played here this season, ml the 500 enthusiasts cheered and yelled stifndentty to make noise enough for three times their number. Tbe game was exciting, owing to Its eloeeness. Both teams were tied for Itif greater part of tbe game, and, In the eighth Inning, the local oltib forged ahead and took a commanding lead, but the visitors jumped in la the ninth, and for n time put the result In jeopardy. They hit bard, the only lime during the game, and made two tuns, and had a couple of men on bases, A bit or an error meant a lletl score and possibly the loss of the same, but Hiddle luckily took a high foul fly and ended the contest. Daniels pitched a great game. Time and time again the visitors had men on bases, but were unable to do anything with the mysterious ctirrea that tho left hander shot orcr the plate. He was well supported, too, and two of the out fielders covered themselves with glori' Dadcr and Jordan made phenomenal running catches, and Wontz distin guished himself by the amount of terri tory he covered in the neighborhood of second base. Several of his plays were of tho sonsatlonal ordor one, when racing with n runner, he dashod over the base and took the ball from Uloason In time to mako a put nut, and again by capturing a snon-mt uy ban back of first base. Stafford likewise pitched good ball, but the team back of him wont to nieces In the eighth Inning and lost him a chance for victor'. The same clubs play again to-day, ami an excellent gamo may be expected. Underwood will pilch for Washington and one of the Stafford brothers for tbe visitor. Tomorrow's game between the Hal tlmore and Washlngtons will conclude the series on the home grounds. The local club Is scheduled to phy two ; amecwltb Daltlmoroto morrow In this city In the morning and In lltrnlc's to a In the afternoon. The first name will be called at 10 o'clock ami the pales will be opened an hour earlier. It Is expected that a large contingent of WashlngtonianslII go over to Balti more to see Itarnle's men defeated The railroads will have a reduced fare and undoubtedly a great many will take ad vantage of it. 1'hllllp will pitch in the morning game ami Daniels in the after noon. TO-MOHHOW'S OAMKM. The weather tomorrow will determine a great deal and go farther toward set tling the baseball question than any other known cause. If it should rain and prevent the games there will very Hkulr be a collajiee In the ranks of the IHethorbood. Several of the teams are very much behind and depending on the Fourth of July games to help them out. Till Is enually true of clubs in other asseeialloiu, and bal weather will be a veritable calamity to many of the club throughout tbe country. THX CLVB WIU, NuT DMH1XD. Tkr Cbkio la In a position to slate authoritatively and positively that Washington will continue a member of the Atlantic Association ami will play out it schedule. Assurance of financial ahl have been tendered several parties who are raising a company to lake the elub out of the hands of the assignee, ami nest week the control of tbe elub will pass Into their bauds. The new company embraces a number of well known gentlemen who propose to spend money to put the team in champion gulp form. They are eosvinced that a wiunlng team will receive the support of tbe public, and prove a pying investment, Th new company will start la free from debt, with a surplus in tha treasury, and its management will be Intrusted to men v ho have had abundant experience In bell matters. They propose to win the championship this season, and If the Brotherhood fight it ended to resume the club's rightful position in the League. The weai trouble with tha old club was, it was always heavily haad'capped by debt, and the payment of Utden cfcackt always devolved on tha Ilew est. At times it has made money, but Mtver enough to get clear of tnt) In debt tdneei. A new club, with new wen, and fie from debt, will be a paying in vetlioiot, and the only obstacle in the way is the price that may he demanded by the aatlgnt. If it is placed at a reasonable figure there wilt be no trouble. The concern is practically bankrupt, and thoae who are willing to earry the team on do not propose or expect to pay an eahorhttant price. The frafblf ptr at. b of Httk value, and the only a. lea- wnecA tne etun wottn pey- inat for la the servieee of the jalayera. As offer will be nude to Mr. Coleunan netween now and naturrffty and then 11 will he delntiriy known want the he hftUpubttc of this city ean expect for the futiue. The Ceeil have reorganised for the froaa all taenia whose ntembert are un.- CoUias, ThMMU&lS Mrta eieBsjjBBBjeT'sn ewBnejarnai ''t" iSWJpn lee hjifcjssitoB and Smi LenaenBtnv. for sick and nervotia ink lesnen Shunr. ror ry ioae ol ajfftrWt anal dekaPy, take JUSBNW BJTJtC Trjk5varAwaiail waHfff taltft Irftsnon gF Laason Hbdr Nt net tost Mattsaugd tketahDenSeeaaaTlfuiMeBknannTn tonrkt nr nnnSaflfflMT mSSsTrmiffi boiireni or trrlmnoiBl uwy i ur. . mmua, - Sue aadei.oo iter huttk. iU by detts- 4. irtfwitnanr Mleteisir Wssne. After ten yMwe of raat m Bering boot u-Jitt-.LiL.ti, iUi iuwtf nervoua pioanSim, yimanree, ititriumi Uduaye auid luA uaUuu, I Um hum cured by hi MimUj i LtMiuii tUxU ud JJJJ uj veil m-i-i 104. kt i OtuweTnouUi. aW. tt) TitioU 6t7iUut, G. a HEAOACHE TROCHES SICK HEADACHE -iNtTS- Henrous, Biis or Coagesthre Forms. TIWTIMtMttAb, If. R. BROWS, M. tt., wwt terser st, KtMAsenr, N. J., Jm , t98, TMs Is to eertttr that f nave used for seta months wfth nraeh sattsfaetton, the oonabtna tloo of remedie, for ileadaehe. known as Bfknw' Headaehe Troehes. The remedy ewres wore boadAetres, eiwetally sneh a af reet tfetvrxM Women, then anytMa lam aeenamted wtth.aau It ttrta eerttneaw will be the means ot btlnainn tt to the favorable attention ht snfferers from that tronbte,! HmTI feet that I have done them a service. b. H. BH0WN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. sold by alt Draectota or tent by Mall on Re- BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZABETH, N. J. THE NATIONAL SafeDeDositCo OF rUASUIIVQTON. Cbarterod by Spoetat Act ot Conirress, JANUAttt , tm. ertptTnt. - - aaoo.ooo FORTQB SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNDKH 0UAHANTEB. AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS DUKOLAIt AND FIIlE-l'llOOF VAULTS, Contained In tie KME-rUOOP UUILDIN0, N. E. Cor. 15th Slreel and New York Ave. 01TOSITK U. P. TIlKASOIir. OFFICE HOUIU1.9A.M TO 4 P. M Grand, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES. Special attention nf purchatcra U Invited to uir "NEW AUTISTIC fiTYLBS " Finished In Dealgos of UlOllKbT U8COR.TtVK AUT " rtANOS FOR ItKST Second band Nanoe at All Price. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. ELY'S CATARRH CREAM BALM HAYFEVER KA&Y TO UbE, A partlelc Is applied iotoeaeh nfwttllaad g aereeable. Prte. 53 eenti. at I)ruelt; by maU,reeUtered.SOeeaU. ELY UHOTUERg, S6 WUrren St.. New York. HIMNSOLA. 1 ZrTIiO'CnEi' AMtyenntHatwaye have hsantjtnl Beeaa Kette aad BttankM. Whalninhi Beeet, ear ner net street ana KehuM avenae. WU, M, OA.L.T A CO. NEW YORK BUFFET, 9TSrrBTsuuTX.w. MafttirS ClMM wsapiBi if" wsr''ww nr asnaeei!aEfcfc , wi ... .ei.nuj ii wmmmmmSmm&tm m WPay' an arT 5W' vowtoen WnHpijiH wBPrBWW fMp "(9 rnw WWsw V n e ssan t - HMann ntviaffl VlrV SnSsl 9 V. .fnnns r BRIGGS MnfiTH tonsil cl'RB FMmmJM COLD fer;4t U 11 Ivlil. (cESjp ectricitf .and r am at liberty to certify that tnrentwa of p. c. role, wa rnj yrrr prw a urrotron oraKe per HrinnCT ttn a nww in. TH tr. iim MIVWI Bneigfset w miai natron apptv to the BENNINGS, D. C. OFFICE, 1416 F STREET N. W. The larfeeahoree-towtr Enersieer will be ranatng In a few days 1 well to warn oompleilon , The Camden fifierjrl&er, as certltted to by the Ittehter Btee trlS LtgHt Uo , l at the works rer Inspection. AMERICAN ENBROtZKn SIANUFACTlTHtNO CO., UMtTBD. Dynamos w en ntn as motors are about Imlf-horse power eaeh. lyH The Bankrupt Sale OF TAIM-IAI Cfflll, Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh Street Northwest, Will Continue for a SHORT TIME LONGER, j It is the chance ol a lifetime to bay 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 Erery-Day rants. 50c: worth $1. Bcttcr:Grado PanK Sit worth M. i All-wool Pants, In Cheviot, Worsted and t'osslmerc. at lt.75, refrutarprlco, M.T3. Flno Dress n'anti, In thirty styled, comprising imported worttods, CaMlmoro, Chovlots, 5-W lXO, t and s worth from 83 to I to. , . ., . Mon's Every-Day Suits, js.ooj worth J3.S0. Better (trade, nearly alt woot.Jtj worth $3.50. . Atl-woot Ctiovlot Bolts at $8.60: worth Jls. . . . , . , Nobby Dross Baits, In twenty, styles, comprising Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots, Cassl-. racre,Tweods,Ao.,nt M.50 and 810; worth jeo. ..,.. ... . . ... Flno Imported worrteds. Diagonals, corkscrews, Wide Wales, thirty stylos, at 812 and $15; positively worth sw or money rofnnded. We call your attention to a nnmfcer of Morohant Tailor Mado Salts whtch were mado to measure for M3, 810 and S. to bo sold at LK33TUAN HALF 1'ItlCE. BOYS' Hi CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN URGE VARIETY, Kneo rants from IV. up bailor Suits'. Irom i to 1 year, at 50c. Laree Lino ot Mohair Flannelr, beraes. Pongee Silk, Alpaea Coats Hnd Vests. ... . . . . . Men's Seersucker CenU aat VeU, forty styles, atJOe.; worth (l.n. Bear in Mlndi Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect in Every Respect and of Tiiis Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh St, Below D Street. A r" '"L "''" "'''-'U"J"Tri'iinnniii7isisiinsiiaair-rirw1 f ?rilfL. Jtt V 'TF7; 7ZZ lW-, ' ti Tfli&-b T4ffiyj il fcH SG K i EM U j rt F ' (RCatSTCREO mportant 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 can be purchased elsewhere- FRESH BOTTLED We hold ourselves responsible for the quality and perfect condition of every bottle sold. ffe Pack in With nothing tp Wine nd foi dreuiuruid Mm List TO-KAl(nr the Energizer HtCHTBR ELBrTRtC LWKT 00, UAnr. . . nNRRnrzint srhMBNTUM KS1 BiNBLrtfthw r mm at a time and re art by a fturtenks wste, nelne renUMitM MM. tmmufi hrttf rloirn at t6 m.im tit ihm- 1.1Mn mmt Ajhuivhm nrtl M 1M this eTeaTreenn nowlafrshMjrtauD. a HroHTBK mBwMaxtis,. Momentum Engine Works, 3- TR'OC MARK.) FROM OUR VAULTS Special Boxes ! distinguish them as Bases. 111 COt SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS e , McELROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and fill Pictures id Stock Except Artotfpes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Bpeeta! attention paid to Framing. HeelMlng. Moving and Boxing Pteiares and Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS., DEALERS IK T J 7VY AND MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. ) Corner 7th at. and R. I. ave., Washington. YARDS j 3034, south side Water St., West Washington. LI BER YARD FOR SALE, Sprague Square has been sold. We used the ground for the Storage oi our surplus stock oi Lumber. The Lumber MUST GO. Come up and get our present LOW - OUT FIGURES. Wc 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 olT the ground. ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LlBBEY, BlTTINGrER & MlLLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. James B. Ltambie, HHRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WflSHIHGTOK, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ 1 . 1 S and $ 1 .50. t MAKE TEA 03 COFFEE It! 10 OB 15 MINUTES. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SAUS WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' 'inn-,, ,f! .. J- BUT YOUR TRUIKS AHD HAMESS ISIIIlS'l- AM, KIN D3 OF F F? -"PS? BY Til AT GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY. OFFICE: 924 Pennsylvania Ave, Wfcetesafo and ltotatl Dealers ii KBNNBBEC ICO. out Waeaw go to AH rarts ot to city luHWMnt Mount Plaarant CAtl-ans, ra and Mi Look Qui for the White Wagons 1 RAILROADS. Bnllimuro and Ohio Railroad. Pchedtilo la BfffOt iTnno 9S, Vm. Leave WasMaRton irom station corner ot New Jersey avenue and c street Fob Ca) amt Northwwit. Ve-tlltii(a Llmlleti express dally 11.80 a m, expioss 9,30 p m. For CiwctiwAri, St. Lonls and Indiaaapvlis, express dally, S SO and 11 so p m. For PiTWema and Cleveland, express daiir 9 SO a. m and 8.40 p ra Foh Ijixiwbton and polats la the Shenaa doah Valley. 11.S0 a n. Fon JVIktu wtir and way Stations 5 30 p ra, Fen LmnAT ta.80 and 3.10 p rn. Fob IUltiwom. week days. 4 0V8M, 6 IV 70,7.10, (S.00 45-mlnute9),8l0,D10, (1100, 18.00, 5-ro!nnte) a m, H.io, i 15, 2 'a, 4v mtnite!il a 15. 4S mlnntes) s.SS. 4 90. 4 . 4 n. JIJO, 4&ralnntes) 5 so 600, 6.15, 6ao, 7 10, At. U o.o, in!, ii.w i m. Faa Wat Station between WaWtiaton an t t altlmnra, S.oo, 6.85, 8.S0 a rn, la 10. 3 Z tv, 6 W, 11.80 p ra. Sandays, 8.30 a rn, 1.09 3 . 4.38. 0 80, 11.30 p. m. Trains i.ave Imltisofie for Wahlnirton, week davit, 5.00, ceo, 6 30, 7 is, 7 30, 8 00, 830, 8.35, 9 30 and I0.S0. 10.35 am; 00,1 10, 8.10. 2J0, 2.S0, 4 00, 4.15, 5.00, 6.00, 6 , 7.00, 7.S0. BS0, 8.30, 9 00, 10.10, 10.S0 nnd llflO p W Hnnday. 6 80. 7.15, 8 30. 8.30. 9 , 10 20, lo.-v. a m; 14.00, 1 05, a. 10, S 30, 4.13, 5.00, 0.80, 7.00, Ji JO. 8J, 80, 10.10, 10 30 and 11.00 p m FonAKSArotjs. 6.35 and 8 10 a m, 12 10 and 4 30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 am,411 p m. Leave AnnapolK 6.3, 8.37 n m, U.m, 0.50 pm. Sundays, 8 30am, 3.55pm For sTatton on the Metropolitan Ilranrh, t5.80. 1.s.30 a m. II 15 p m. For prtnclpat stations only, tio.40 a m., t4 30 and ts TO pm. Fon ItocRviLLK and Way station, tl 3J p m. Fon (UtTnF.nf bithj and lntermedfato points, torn, iiooo, tli.00 a m, tl.oo, t3.00, '3.33, t9,43, 110.00. til 00 pm. Fon Hotd's and Intermedlato stations, '7.00 tim. Cituncii train leaves Washington on Sunda at 1.15 p m, rtoprilnR at all stations 01 Met ropolltan Ilrancli. FoRFnsnrmrK to 30 19.30, 9.30, 1 11.30 a ra, 11.15, t3 i0,tl.30pm. Fon IlAormrowa, tio.40 a m and t3.10 p m. TnAiK nrrlvo from Chicago dally at li.tt a ra and 4 10 p m: from Cincinnati and St touts dlly 3 n m ntid 2 ns pm; Irom I'lttsburt 7.10 a m, 5 co p m dallr, NEW TOItlt & rniLADKLPIIIA DIVISION. Fon New Yona, Trenton, NewarK, N. T and Bllzabetli. N.J., '4.P8, ts.00, M0 00. 'li.00a m..2JO,4JOand '10.30p.m. DulletParlor Cars on all day trains, sleeping Car on tho 10 jo p. rn , open at 9 00 p m Fon I'liiusKtrntA, 4 05, tfl.00, '10.00, 13.W noon, 50, M.60, 6 13 anil M0.30 p. m Fon Nkwahk, Hst.. Wllmlnston and tlioiter, i.os.t'iooa.ta. laoonoon.'s.so, i.60,a. and M0.30p.rn. Fon iNTinMEDiATE(ioInt between Ualtlmoro ami nilladelphla,t.00and 17 20a. m .N.50, UOp, tn. TnAtNs leave New York for Washington, 9 00, tl 1 so a m, l.oo, 'i.no, 3.oo p ra. ana U.15 nlRht. Tjuikb leve rlilladelphla for Wahlaton, IJl, '8.18, .!, 11J6 a tn, tl 40, M3I 5.55, 7.88 p m. Fon ItootoN, S.M p ro, with Futtman Ilutct Slecplna Car mnBlBe through to Uoim wttbaut elAtwe.vta rouclikui pelo Ilrllc?. landing; patseogers In 11. it statunat UmIoii. Fiih Atlantic City, 105 and 10.00 a m 18 03 ihkhi, lo.w p ra. buttdays, 4.03 a a aul It 60 noon, FOH IIAY I1IDOK. Week da v, 9.15 a m.. 1.80, 1 30 p ra Bin day. 9 83 a m.. 1 30. 3 It p in. Leayk IIay Kiwis. vok days, 0.30, H "0 pm. t-tuday,s.00.9lpra. tKxeept Sunday. nlly. isuniHy ru'y, ltaggage called for and checked from hotels and revldence by Union Tranfer t'o. on orders left attleket ottkei, Ol'J anJl.l l'a. ave. and at depot. J. T. ODRhL, CHAS. O SCt LL, Pen. Manager. Hen Pit-i Ag'l, The Groat Pennsylvania Routo To tbe North, West and Southwest. Doable Track. Splendid Scenery. bteel Italia. Magnificent Euli m?ut; In offeet May 11, 1890. Trains leave Washington, from station. cot ner ot blxlu and listreets, at follows Fob I'ittsbubs and tbe Wet. Chicago Limited Uxprees ot lnillman Ytitltmiixl Cars at 10.SO& m dally; Fat Line, 10.50 a m daily to Ofritttnbu ami St. Loal. with Slceplai; Cars from Ilttsbure to Columbus; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Merpluu Car Altoona to Chicago, gt. Louis, l'hl 3x1 and Cluclnnatl Kxiiress, nnpn da:'y, Fartor Car WMhiDgtou to Harrfrbarc and BleeplBg Cars IlarrUturif to St. LonH, l ul jagoand Cincinnati, and Dining tdrllar rtobafeto St. Louis. Western Express, at 7. to p m dally, with bleeping Cara WasUiB tone to Ctiteago and St. LouK come tm? dally at UarrUburg with through hlaepcr for Louisville and Memphli. Puilftr Kx tireu, 10 00 p m dt Uy, fur 11ttsburi and t ja W"et, with through hleeper to Fittiburg, and iHttsbarK to ('it, igo. DALT1MOKB AND FyTOMAO HAILHOAD. FOB Eave, Oanandalgna, Roc-heater an I N agar Falls daily, except Sunday, an a rj. Fob Ewe. C'anandalgna and Uoohetcr daily; for Dulfalo and Nuuuru daily, except bat urday, 10.PO p nt, wiitt Sleeidng larWsu lutftou to Iiocueeter. Fob Wii.uahnot, Lock Ilaven and Siva ra, at 10.50 a n dlly, except Sunday Fon WiLUAXcronr dll y, 3.30 1. in Fob FHiLAmwutA. New York and the Bart 7 ?. 9.CW. 11.00 ad 11 10 a m, i.10. 3.r, 4 .'). 3.W. l0X) aadll. p m. Oa Suncay l00. Ilia ui..10, 3.13,4 89. W00 and It Alp a, Liadted Bxpraw of FHBmau I'ith'vCr, 9. to a dally, exeept Suiulay, Fott New You only, Usuted Bxirc w"'"4 Dtalus Car, . p. m. dally. Fon Paiuosumi only, Pat Bxpre's '!! m, week-days, and IjOO p n daily Ki,.t,; Saday only, 5. 48 p m. FohIIotok without enaage,li3 pmere-y nav. Foa 0B4MMH.YV, N Y.. all through t'a'rur-; aetat JetMf City wtthboaUof tin-. r 1 Anaez, atfufolac; ntoeet traofr tutu j Street, avoldinjc doubts ferriage a iai Xew York City ft Atlastu: Ciy, 11 tt) a ra week lay, 11JS9 pat daily. PttB &AWHUMH. 6.35. 7 m. S.W. 9 00. 0 U. 10 30, ll58,L6jiaU.aa,liJ6.JlJ. sJ V. 11.89 p m. Ob Sunday 900. 'J.M, lu i, 1 1 k) (U.lM. 8.13. 8J0. iJU. 4 89, 5 00. Ml'.iJO, 7 . 10JT -,Td 11 JO IS. rarHWsCHs:Lura,749a a and t30m ally. araa imaoMW. lAtf Itw. Fnn AkkANMs, T J9 and 9Aa u, 12.08 an i 1 so LHAFWLU,, T 49 and 9Aa m, 12.05 an i 1 so daily, except tastulay. buaaay 1 .J Pi nat. WAWtWGTOK SOUTH 1HK RAILWAY. UeaectXAYU.im FO AinAoaiA. 4.31. S.35. 7 15. S 40. ') i IMCa a. UU Mi7M.9.4 tv. , j Em, W88 ud U nas. Ui nuud.y at 4 TTia, 9.48. l5!w, a a. X.S.&91, s w, ai.t u n AMaapMtBATiuti n (tSAMTico. T 15 a. m a.i Fon ncmtoks aid tbe South. 4. au4 u a ai daily, fteoommtidnltoa 4 55 1. 1 s.i way. TnAU Wave aleisedrta fur Wa" ? 11 IM 706, b.U), an), 19.15, 11 07, a m 1 -- 'J. 8.80,8.10. 6.95,7 86,9 80. 10 JTuuct'l , .. Oa naadaf at t.10, and. 11 w a dj, -'a .j. 7M;tj&, m, aud 10 47 p m. Ticket ead information at t ' e r " -a. aortheat iuiuer u Thiriututu -1 en u-1 Fenaeyhaiila. avtuui.. and t tLi. ,' .t .,, where orders iaa be lilt fur the t ,. a uj A bSjataKe to dtBtinulluii ftuia 1. tt. -iin' deru.t J i( Vnhilj Ciirjl h-. . A -t CUAS S FICH i.i.ilj(ii.-.ii. FOH MEN ONLYI 1 DfKITIUF FUatarrAlXISa MAIiHOOS ft rU5l I II C aiiai mtxvous debiiitic; 4nITTT?'17 WkaaM ol o4y mi M10J UX.U tl ll XVXl oi Sam ai twmm m Obi jr X.-.J. Jubij.l, l.U SlMtUOD lull, . Jumi, Ho ; Ittl - ib. ,1 ui, utoiu nuaa iiTiT -!. iu jj. 1 ..u fr 3 " lcrrtttH... J tunttu l.ii.lri Imu, rU. U,eM Suk. fttU.UUBB, W urm.Naw.Irf uiL 6. mkw UK tsiMSAt 6I 8 fl8, 8, 1 dor Mis m Hie Jt BMclae for ltd CUU-4 IMf of L1.U ataa4 O a 1JJijRAWV W , AOiUr4a. If W.Unl 1 it 'S w-4:iy year. --i . L tWtloa U DTi 111 r St. 04. &..iiW LIUJJl OUtCMCSTCB S IM&LiSH PEHNY10YAL FILLS. Kstd Crv liiAUAUbtl 0f u d iaV f a- Lftdit-- 4.05,7.20.7. 8.30. 9.30 a m., (U00, 43 mln rites) 1.C0, 8.15, re.co. 45-mlnuto) ) v 4 so, i'S'.VJP' Ilnnt4sx 0.00, 6.13, 8.S0, 7.30, toTbItsI HI hui cn-akii 6a. 1 tTsaBK,,!,! ! all VCt SwAk -" miJ lt ' m JkMBtt XL?zM sftUatw 4UT8 OMp 4W f 4. AVE 14 PQURTEfMTH fTOEET, Stmm, afc-boui j iijflttiow itet pwk ifjp nkirftsrta.