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THE DAILY rivITIC, THI'IlDAY EVENINO, .TI'I.Y 10, 1890.
The Daily chtpic, BASEBALL GOSSIP a ITT BFJiOXAZS. Mrtitn Jt Co.'s 10 Vet Cent. tm. KfrntW? MtTre tarft of ftn brot and lw& ftt r aum KiwnwM wi ma mm . i ! ceat unit! fart doth J TO itfKitltti's SEflARK mm AKOTMR BALL mOM THR SBRATOW. COLORED CATHOLICS MEET. ftt M,cSwb6 rajmMnwet sni mmrmM t rtlgts, life , to. www iMtantntrnt etabi KSWWB t IMM! , MM in lw ron, iHtnr WHS flejSVM Onf- I hM stf r ktk I tBIl!8Wflt. Lament ew iJmrlSS'Vwi- b1 wtSMiiy DOUBLE AiTSAFUtllStPtHEMME HbwrHWKi . tinrtreetotonterf In i3!!lmrm T'. ' r1 1" fcS l fjrraftnre-t oak tntrmn. t b1td, i nh P, ijwt m rsmtrrer ptlLUM, I ettrn-lwhw jotw, i nne reen mnir. i wire mantem re nrtwNr and dNrjMn Articles ftrt itir trtr tH wimmII mm ..r .n aa SS2L '., ?CT ? " ( six foot et 25H3P for the anrnrMng and nnpre.-e wwMtwprlpsj of $mre. Anil again, c tn tun PM til amall -nm of $W tf so. ri nr j. wnwoSig (lining room suite It is adaly, and tB pftt h ulnto't nominal. W. I! HoviiHTni A Co. 1SI A l F st S W To-Bn Ik ink i it o&jIM Wkl Will fc by k Part. Ilio ?'tltnnt fSnfe Deposit OMmpnnr, Ohr. 1.1th .H. nml N. V. Avennr. , .yWHfru ter Mlrsjrwar, -fewelf (XMim isodoistB. sf res t the wt fowast rate P. Lhm h of ill iMf: Safe deposit botes for spring i. ,JfJ& lamb MKl V KMrX. Spring Ixtmb. rhlot.-m itroviert .tinta nroot wim, . Mtlt, Fifth mS Wanted to Swim t Knrepe Charles Wbittfer, a man ,W ywtrs of ng. w)) is wppmeii to be lne. tit le-ip4l lo jump Into the rlrer at the Shtltstrwt whurf yMtenlnj- aftermwn. He Keltic! lo be luborlng timlerthe imiMt-on Ihttt lie cotiW swim to Jiurone, ami that 11 w ihi. dipuwi n jo pi iu-. liyswmiera pre voatfil him from carry Inc out his fool Mi nnrpwo ami tttrn-tl him orer to the police Ho la ileUlmai for the present in me wiineae room at wie Kourtli rre cinot,aml an Inveti(falIon will be made as to hh sanity. Hun tlrer bjr Car. JoeKoIley, the driver ofA bill lioroo. on HJcventh street, tietween K ami V, had liU foot cjttshetl yesterday after noon by a car-wheel. After hitching hlshorso lo the car he attempted to lump on the platform, as was his cus tom, but missed it and foil. Those who witnessed the accident think that the ? w?.,.fotl,"nn,e ,n BeltlnK o'1 ' well as he did. Ills wounds wero dressed at the Kmorpcncy llospltal. aftor which he was taken to tho Kcwsboys' I tonic, where Mr. Sweeney will sec that he re ceives careful attention. Murine lUnil Concert. The follow Inn prog ram me will be per formed by the Marine ltnml at the Mil line Itarracks at 0 o'clock this evening: Mareh "OapJoln Free" .... Mllloeker 1M 1'ttmn Dfm. Mallei (iTerttiro "On SlarvnUn Alr" Ttltlo I.oteoriB" . .Wer lltlBiBewof Jnt loiubor Mreh-"Tb liyal LealoH".. . Souw Hail Ilia Arm Criuhrit. llttt Ilrnwner. a printer, was verv painfully Injured yesterday by having hi arm crushed between the roller of a minting pre-s at th oltlce of J. H. A heeler, oorner of Ninth and G treU. Mr. l heeler, who wn preMnt, had preooncw of mlml enough to throw oir the Iwlt.otherwiM Uravvner would have been very badly hurt. He Is now at the Homa-opathic Hospital. I'lre utt the Inluuil. Shoitlf arter a o'clock yesterday af. tctnoon att alarm wa turnetl in from box 185, corner of Ninth and 11 street MmtbwMi. The Are started In Horrl nm a livery stable and extended to the lumber yard of J I). Kltrh. Mr. Klteh'a l placwl at ti.MH), ami that of Mr. llorrigan at 00. Tlie origin of the tire U not Udowii. Ulth Hull unit ltrHet Mr l'k won the tirt mulch in the ImrqU gamee at Woodley Inn yesterday Hfler an exelling contort, beating Mr. blaylor by a score of 8 3, 8 3. Tho sec emit match wa a comedy of error be tween Mr. Keenau who uevwr played before and Mr. Francis who has tmt itlajed for Mime time. Mr. Frauds filially won by a score of 8 0, 6-1. Injured l'tltiiuen Itccot nrln. Charlee Harper and William Ma-lMWHi)-, the two Bremen who were In jured by falliae from a second story baleMj- e Moeday, are recovering under the eareful lrealmeut they are reeolvlng at the Providesce Hmpiul. Tbey are the Art lo occupy lite bed mmatcd by ilr. Gait for us of firemen injured in the Ha of duly. " - - Albausir Orao.l Oparu-lluuae. aeou are now on aaie for- "Iitiiee," wbreh will be kueg next week by Uw Lwoi Opera Coujpany The east will tailud MlM IietcH I-utmt, MU KwskM Ili.i.U. MU Maueiia iUkar. Jsd Ub Loege, Lloyd Wittoa, Roa nvM, Gixe II. Ikutouek, AWx. Chnk,fci: , etc. Attructluna at lj- Hide KsWar, taw Ilia Uul , a Uraad Juvenile Corf ow JMlei mi KeratM, muiu vhe Oi ttttim erf Ifaimor WUttaw T. Amt, la wMeh 9M YoMg Lwtiw and UaileaM w snnanr itaaciag Uw Xationat OiaeN, in tnifilnnsf impotUii w(ttMl tor tha c H' Tkegieaia event of tke hmsoo U iMSMaJ and Unequaled Xew Uuate bj ft Kara! Acadey Band. Buund irl-11. ItllBtlv U4k Ut H TtUtl. Oolcer Block ks been ptoaaioed a trtatoat Use ckajgaw &lm buutt atoitiCjf. It Is known thai Captain. AsjtMa wttl be on of to olHciaia to in tetetettto th eaw, but who the ot(usr two, licattenMis will be oa not bees. Ilapnj Jatk WtJibMil. ifskfirk Mason alia "Uf Jack Unburn." Ike e tire u down, wbo Wot OM tot 1AS)V ftODI ttW RtaWB, lie fmr rmsgteoiog, wo reiaosod fiom j..; yeotesooy kgr Cfctel Justk n tmi WiwMngton lost a btmhMrtly plywl gttfm at Newark ywtMtiay. Both teonw tatted hard and mshhs I iharpir, fortf riowHe plays bitig mad during the arm, on nf which by Newark In the ninth Inning destroyed the Senators chance for the grne. The Washlnntorrs started scoring In thu first Inning on liter's base on ball. G lesson's single ami sacrffk Wt h Whistler and inl. A tiouWe-plsv eirdeil tho Inning. Ilmler's single, a naosed ball ami Whistler's double gave them another In the fifth, ami Wentzs single, Jordan's base on balls, a force ?.,!2y I'nderwood antl singles by rbilllim ami Hader yielded two more In the eighth. They opened the ninth well Whistler lilliinsr for a Imwp nml Hlrd following him with a double, but " KSeU?,,We P,ai' Preventetl scoring. The Newarks took the lead In the tbltd Inning ami were never headed during the balance of the game. They made twelve hln, which were bunched In four lnnlng. four of them belnir for three bases. Dooms started In to pitch for Newark, but was wild and gavo place to Sullivan, who finished the game. Phllllpps pitched for Washing ton, ami Nicholas caueht for four In nines and retired, Hlrd going behind the bat and Underwood to right field. Only two errora were made one by Nicholas and the other by Gilbert of Newark. TIIR TBAM S nKTUntf. The members of the learn returned "omc last night, and today will meet the Wilmington at Capitol Park. Lndcrwood will probably pitch for the local teem and Anderson for the vhl- lors. ami the boys will trv to obtain revenge for the defeat the Wllmlngtons inflicted earlier In the week. There aro only three games to be Played before the team goos away on lis long trip. It will bo cone two weeks, and It will meet all tho clubs In tho eastern end of the circuit. How far it will be successful will depend n groat dial on whether the team is strength- lly the brcaklmr up of the Interna tlonnl Asiotlntlona number of availa ble men will be on tho market, and the club can be put In championship form Tor Utile or nothing. There are icvoral points where it needs to be strength itiid and where good fielders can be Mcrf1ccri forthesako of getting better battits. That has always been TIIK WRAK POINT of the club and has lost many games fur It whenever single hit would have aveu mem. uootl fielding, while an almost necessary reiiulsite, will not win games utiles the men can bit at tho right time. The club will bo strengthened If the persons who are now negotiating for the franchise can obtain control of It, and the sooner the sale Is brought about the better the Washing Inn public will be sMlnfled. 1 here is nothing to hinder the sale at the present time, and as soon as the partle can be brought together it w 111 doubtless be accomplished. There U but little difference in the price, and not Bough to prevent the sale. Mr. Cole man, the assignee, may hold the offer for a day or so, to give other parties an opportunity to make a bid for It; but, Judging by the past, there are no others who want it. Just what those who Intend purchas ing propose to do cannot be learned, but enough I known to Justify the as sertion that efforts will bo made to strengthen the team ami put It in the mini ran oi (lie Association. - - Amateur A Mitotic hpuiL, A mcetinir Of the board nf wtvaranM of Ibe Columbia Alhletic Club was tiehl lart night ami the queatlon of a Joint regatta on the Potomac wa considered. It wan decided that on account of the WHetlng of the Amateur Athletic Union being under their management, it would be Inexpedient to call a meeting of the club to consider the joint regatta question. This action will be a great disappointment to ltoatlng men, but d not indicate any hostility to the re gatta, movement on the part of the Columbia. The board of managers of the Amateur Athletic I uioa and the committees on tnampiomihlpKame and amateur bateball will meet at the CoJuuibM Club House on Saturday. Dickinson ami King of tba Columbia have been entered in the Warren Ath letic Club game at Wilmington on KnlUiUy. and will take part in Ike 100, Hsnd 11U yard runs. Atlantic City and Itelurn, $3 SO, H A O. rxeunrion July U, bpeeia! bain have. B. o Station 4 p. m. 1VMM B W UHJ S, fO Oil, TTnahfnRton Delegate Tromloent the National Convention, A national convention of colored CftHfoflcs fnet at Cincinnati yesterday. It wm r aired hr nermlssftwi of the proper ecclesiastical authorities to con fer nprm the needs of the colored Catholic churches I) A RmM of Clfrtinnatl was temporary chairman and Chrh H. Bntler of Washington city temrwrarr secretary At the morning session the report of the committee on credentials ami per manent orcanlstlon were nresented and adopted. Archbishop KIder ad dressed the council "Not as a race, but as members of the church equal la the faith." He spoke encouragingly, ami told tbcm that In the work at hand they were git Wed by Divine power ami exhorted them to persevere In the good work so well begun. Ulshop Watterson of Columbus. Ohio, spoke of the good of organization. V iinrrison 01 tnc uatne- oral of ft. Paul assured the onven tlnn of the good-will of the Catholic C hurch, which made no distinctions of race or color. Washington Parker of New York presided over the afternoon session, at which Dr. Dolton of Washington, D. C .read a lengthy paper. Dr. Ilofton said that he regretted that, although Ihcre were eight million colored people In the United Slates, only two hnmlred thousand Were Catholic, and bn nmal the erection of Institutions throughout the country for the education of colored Catholics. II A. Hudd then made a brief speech, after which the convention adjourned. It met again this morning. The Bankrupt Sale -OF- fflM-IAfl till IJJi JJ HI Hffl J Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh Street Northwest, Will Continue for a SHORT TIME LONGER. It is the chancte of a lifetime to bay Clothing at these prices. This stock is from a large manufac turer who has failed, aiid must be sold to make im mediate sett'ement, NOTE THE PRICES BELOW: atOT'a Krerv-TJat rant. SOo: worth tl. mi mwi mmg, in paj raats. soor worth si. neUerrrjrft.lo rants. Sis worth St. Uj, In Cheviot, wot-Med and owMmere. at Sl.W, rejralar nrtoe, SS.7S. Pant. In thirty stvles, cwaprlstag Imported VorWs. Onstfhwre, ., M and : worth from S8 to Ire. BRIGGS' HEADACHE TROCHES -FOR- SICK HEADACHE -INITS- Neryous, Bilious or Coogesffye forms. TKSTlMONtAU L. It. IJROWN, M. D., 98 West Jorsost., EUZ1BKT1I, N. J., Juno S3, 1333. ihli ti to certify that I have mod for soma months with much oatlstactlon, the combina tion of remedies, for Headache, known as nrlesj' Uoadaoho Trochej. Tho remody enres more headaohos, ctpoclally such as af fect Nervous Women, than anything lam acquainted with, and tf this certlfloato will be the means of hnnirlnult to the favorable attention tot sntrorers from that troublo.I (ball fcol that I bare done them a sorrieo. L. U. BHOWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. 60M by all DrujMlsU or nent by Mali on Ho celpt of Price. BHIGGS' MEDICINE CO., KLtZAtlKTH. N. J. THE NATIONAL SafeDepositCoi OP nrASHINdTO.-tf. Cliartored by Special Act of Concrej, JANUARY , 1MT. isasffAissu1 worth rgr' wnoy .CTWTiot,1c,M. Wo rait vrmr iittAnftnTi 1a a hhmImi. nr xfjkt-Mtittnf rriiM rA.i ei. n..,. -- retl wcro CbetW MjH -jam fi and : wortVTrom ss'to IS. '"'l worth ltM.rr SnltS' ' W: worth ,5M- Dtter Rft,e Wt,r aU WW04''! l-woojrhevlot Snlls at JS 80; worth SIS. met and made to measure for SS, SlOand JlS.toba sold at LBS3TUAN HAbKPRtCK. BOYS' AHD CHILDREN'S CLOTHING III URGE VARIETY. Kneo Pants from lie np Bailor Eultf, from 4 to yeaw, at toe. Lartre Uneof Jtohalr Flannelf. SentM, Pongee Silk, Alpaoa Coats and Vests. Men's Seersucker Coats and Vets, forty styles, at Wo.! worth Sl.6. Bear in Mind. Every Garment Warranted to k' Perfect in Ever Respect and of This Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh Sl Below D Street. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MELR OY' S memoir J&mmmm J&l. Jkv Hss JL fKjw KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures in Stock Except Artotfpes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Special attention paid to Framing, Residing. Moving and DoxtnePlctnrMand Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS., 1)R.VI.RRS N Atit. KtSDS OF T U 7VV R E R GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY, OFFrCK 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Wholesale ami Retail Deaters la KENNEBEC ICE. Onr wana go to All rarts of the city. luetwIlBg Meant Pleasant CAt,!.8-S,S7Sand MS Look Out for the White Wagons I AND -P l i",1 .in i MHHH U if siny V 1K FACTURERS OF DOORS I Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. ItAlMtOADS. Italtiniorc anil Ohio llailrn Sehednte In effect Jnne S, 18M. IareJlVaMigton rrora atatttra corner of New Jersey arenne ami v street " 0"t" and .ttrthws'. VostlhntoiJ 1 tmltett express daily 11 10 a in, enre ssopm. nmCnwi!tTt,S. In! and tndianaplls. . expreiis daily ISO and II SOpm. ' Fob l'iriiititn and ctereland, expres daily s SO am and 8 -top m " "' F!J!,!J?TS!' aDd po,n, m lh Shenandoah For Witc nrTjfa and Tray stations, ts.30 p m fen ttn r, s o and 8 40 p rn ' i m iViL". """"'T! . . tu.w. 1 10, 15 It SO 45- W. 4 30, YARDS Corner 7th st. and R. I, ave., Washington. 3034, south side Water st West Washington, 5r (REQISTERED TRADE MARK.) CKPITKU FOH THS S200.000 UOMPANY'S LEIGIB i& s Mi ftfttml lwdn JMMhM AteWAllstf Jjt liui kfHS 1 Msial tawwi o. upturn, mw ntaa vl iHMfaf axi Mtituia. Sba etetfoa, aiiirdy, M jmm AMae vj 8 y. m. , wlay, Kmwul-trij., t.3t- C'vUisui. li yr M twy, mm i'ij mi twue by a hone ycWiiy f.,-...i i Ui iiutkst aw; ska i, iwW em' .Ub,;.uufciafte wiOi cnj naur I Iuior B-U iwxu, . Stow QiUrt MtrliiH toCturhaW. 4 4.4IIUT Mrs. !J'l ootWs atj i. uMe ma taMbo Uk iMiiA. mAfmkm EXTRACT OF BEEF Makes the purear Lbeiet and Ueat iktf Tea. IiM4Ml HMIHawlMKklckfwrha4iM, mhmhi and ul Uiiaw. taL Mil to foety jU !mui Uwl.oT tfc. TnuTrf about SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNPER GUARANTEE. AND Tns RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITU BURGLAR AND VAULTS, FIIIE-I'ROOP Coatalaed la 1U FIRE-rROOF BUILDINO, N. E. Cr. 15th Streat and Hew York Ave. OPPOSITE U. 8. TREASURY. OFFICE HOURS. 9 A. XI TO 4 P. St. DK. FERRAUD'S Tonic Wine of Coca 18 JUST WHAT YOU NEED If your syi are aU umtruiw If yoa'iMl UrttaW. foM asd Irotlul U yoa and It lit tieult to (wjigea Irate yeur mad 1( you in (lUaixuavwl aad think lle boot worthtt? lag. It i Bwb boltw to um THIS SPLENDID TONIO thaa to so oS aad wek to drowa tboao iflU HaUe faaUiut la "the taniwc bowl," tkby obtabaK oaly TEUPOKABY HE LIKP, vlws by uMae Dr. Ferrasi's Tawc Wine of Coca you TOSE UP YOPB SYSTEM AND GIVE NATTB A CHANCS TO E?7HOTA PfiRMA. NEST CUBE. THE MEDICAL PHOPSSSKUi Indorsatt u aplawataad eSraetiTO awn U11U. iuul tttsiiiaat ami w worth it tor all Nttrrou TpcI, TUb Wfead. MaUihi. tan and aU uoiUMos of tait k at fUXu balrto." Ptenaxvdbf mportant to All People Leaving the City 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. Pack in Special Boxes With nothing to distinguish them as Wine Cases. Send for Circular and Price List i LUMBER YARD FOR SALE, We TO-KALOI WISE CO,, 614 FOURTEENTH STREET. 7i r5 J-iWs- mui al v vw Catarrh ELY'S ULiES Mtaktmmntiou mb ', JeH fctoaHoSo HBntMjo um jKfcc9$v& iMMPMNw! - - ' MHfflfflMI)MMftllfW- 1H JsrKBES AOKTMWHST. B.C. NEW YORK BUFFET, sat Tiomf mm x. w. JtMS Mt Pawit Uojsw u Us oliy. bsv- iutm h. wmauA i TOLL & WALLACE, Printers, 1107 Street Xortlmoat, T QUmt TtoUblUaa.1 Prialtag Hoom la WaaWaatoa. PACUJTiaS NMt 88NXKAL JOB WOUS UUkUUltPAafiBB BY AMY HOUSE IN HK CITY. A itsatal Lbm Um Lateat MovottiM ta Wciitiiinj Casas aad lasttasloa Sum Pm- !.. wlta aTkiMM to Matoi, LKGAI. IVOKK A Sl'KOIALTV AnaBvoryXlad oi Book Prl&Uar Pimairtly TfTftrtititif and it Lowest Hatfti TKUU'UOJ.E CALL S66- 2. rivusaaHT. rMi mm '. TaWaV-MwaH HSIB- PRINTING. mm i bisbee. Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. Telephone 76-2. Brisk, ArguMMM, fyemrtm 4ad Br Trifrirrtkf n Ihwiir Vnrir 1'insmitl i ts.6culd fat FtM-OaM leayte. 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. We will sacrifice. The owner has ex tended our tune 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, BlTTINGEB. &MlLLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. James B. Liambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ 1 . ( S and $ 1 .50. MiKE TBI OJ COFFEE II! 10 OS 1 9IS0TE!. la.fwi dK-mttont am tl 1A k BrtnntMj. (8.1S, 4S mlnute), 8.2S. 4 1 iz ''iyv.rfg.6- . --.--v.. ", " w, ,.,v, iuou Him nan n m fS2?arf' ! 7-80- '''. 8'. 'M a m SVPi?.yv4;?'.4A " .45 Minnies) d.oc. fr.lf, 6.S0, 7 90,8 1 10 3 It SO p ra. dJV1 tT"(im btreen MTashinston ami S , 4.SJ, 6 80, It p m. TnAtv i.eae ItAtTiMonE for Watlilncton, ?S'k.y i00' V . 6 , r 15, 7.90, 00, ?J. . 9-sw and 10.20. 10.31 am . uoo, 1J0. 3.10. 31, 2.TO, I 00, 4.1S, 8 00. 6 00, 6.S.1 7.00, 7 JO, 8.S0, 8 30. 9 00, 10 10, 100 and tl.ai Ji m. Similar. 6 30, 7 1 8 10,8JV 9 3J. 10.83, JliJiS" "L00-1 . 10. W, 4 A 5 00. 6 2), T.00, 7 30, 8.), 8.10, 10 10. I0JM ami li.Ocfpm. Fhn Ax.VArotK.OlK and 8 a m , 13 10 and i. i m. cuniinrs. nsu n m., 4 Tl n m LeaioAnnapolh 0SJ, 8.37 am., 12 05. S.M pm. 8nndar,8'!0am.,3.15pm JTiJ,r.s oa tho Metropolitan Uraneb, ". js go a m , (I is p m. ror prli rlpit atnlloti only, 110.40 a tn.,1.10 and Ml) pm. Ton HocRt ti t r. ami Way Station t 3J p m. -JU J?A,n?il"non' ntI Intermediate polnM. tB.4S, jjlO.OO, 11 COpm. loLoiiiaml Intermediate stations, r.0O pm CiitHKii ; thain leaves Waslilnaton on Suiular ? i JS p...m stopplnn at all stations on Metropolitan Dranoli Jl.lft, t TO, 14.30 pm. Von llA(iRro n, Mo 40 a m. and J.'M p m. TnAts. AtmtVK Irntn Cliloaco dally lt.iJam and 4.10pm; from rinolnnatl aadst Loals dally 3.10 a m and s.os p mj from rittsbnra 7.10 a m, 5.:o p m dally. NKW YOHK A lUULADELnilA DIVISION. lonNr Yobk, Trenton. Newark, N..t . and fiuaueni, n. .1 , 405, t800, '1000, M4W am .. MM and I0TO p m. llnfTet l'arlor Cars on all day trains. Bleephiit Car on tlie 10 : p ra, optn at 9.00 p m. Fun run ttiKu-iiiA, '4 00, taoo, '10.00. lt noon, '1M, ; w. s.t j and M0.31 p m. "ViV 1)cl Wllmlnnton and rhester. 8.?S-nm.M0a30"p'm.lm n00n' 3W' " Ton iNTmiviniATi ioivtp betweon Ilaltlmoro wl I 'hi adelphla, tj tw and i so a m. tj w. I.S0pm. T,ii,JS!i,.l;?iVtNew-.York for aslilnutoo, IM nlht " '"' ' ' 3 p m M'' T"Vw. L.EA.V riillnilelplila for Waslilnaton. !'i. "tv o.w, n.3o nm, ti.w, is; Tor WosToti. .iso p m, with nitlman Ilu9"et Mcfplnu far running throtiRli to lio.ton nltlHiut tlranso, via J'oiuhkeetitle Iirlilcre, Hiidlng rnnenKera lull. A .M. station at uofton I'oMATLASTtt CiTT. Ifland 10.00 am, t!0) itoon. studays, 405 n m, l'.'Oil mmn and 10 SO p m. FOlt HAY ItlDOK. Warn l.Avs. 9,15a m., 1 80, 1.S0 p m. Sun- iUy,Slam.,la,8l8pra. LavbUat KltxiK.week days, 0.30,8.30 pm. bdays, 8 00. V 00 p m. JKxeeiit bumlav. 1)aIIt. JSitnday only. lisnisce pnlle.1 for and checked Imm ha Iris ami rtsldences by Union Transfer Co. on otdera left at ticket offlous, 610 and 1351 l'a. ae. ami at depot. J T. IIIIKLL, C1IAS. O. smx, lenLlIanaer (fm.p4S.Ar't. The Uroat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Double Track. Splendid Hooncrr. bteel Halts, Jlagntllcent KquipmentJ In effect May 11, 1800. Trains leave VTatldngton. from station, cor ner ot Mxth umt I) streets, as follows: Fob rtrrtBCaa amt tho West. Chicago Limited Rxiret of ullraan Veatlbuled Cars at lOJOa tn dally; l'ast IJnu, lO.vJa m dally to Columbus ami Bt. Louis, with bleeping Cam from l'ltuburg lo Columbus; dally, taeepf baturday. to Chicago, with bleeping CaiAltooiiatolhicago. bt Louis, Chicago fii Wntinnatl Express. 3 30 p m dally, l'arlor Car Washington to llarrliburg and blveiilug Cars llarrUliurgtoSt. Loals. Chi. Mgu and Cincinnati, and Dining Cur IUr rtsburg to bt, Louis Western Kipress. at T.40pin Ualiy. with Kleeiilagl'ars Washing, toog to CUeago and bt Louis, connecting dally at llarrlsburg with through Weepers (or Louisville ami Memphis. lMeldo Kx press, w tw p m ds lly. for itttsburg and the Z3HTdtilTttuhlr l0 AtibaT' IIALTIMOHIS AND PoTOMAC nAILltOAD. yon Kam!, Canandalgua, lloehester and Ni agara rU dally, except bunday, 8.10 a m. Pub tui. Canandalifua aud Itocuester daily: for Buffalo uad Ntagara dally, except bat urday, ISA) pm, with bleeping Car Wash Iniitun to IloctMwter. lo? JiSu"M?,?Jp ,-ook naTen anl Elmlra, at 10 80 a Bi dally, except buuday. J-oa I'mtiDii.mu, New York ant and theEaU, 4 0 Limited Exprws of Pullman parlor Oars.' jso 9o,iiiaBd it wa H.s.io.ai4'jo,' S. W, o (X) and It ) p m On buadar. 9 0u! I.U0 mat .lap FoaNrwYuau olt. Limited xpr$l with JI Ms Bi, -ia, 3 15,4 30, 10.00 and 11 W . a u dally, u i cept hujida 9 0U, in. Diulatf Car. i0 n. m. dailv. Po Puiuusu-uia only. Pat Express 8 10 a m, week-days, aad IJOpo daily Express. baaday only. 4. W p ra. ' r FoIlTOi, wlttout change, S 13 pm every oav. Fu ItaooKLTsr, N Y, all through tralas eoi wt-t at Jrrsey City with boats of Bfooklvs ABfiex, aBortllAUt direct transfer t.i Puir.-ui lerrlime aeross a m week-days. 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 SALM BY TUB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' bireet, avoidhsg double ew lorsiiiy. P AtiAkvic Civr, 11 W 11 JS) p u daily lSUa. Ill W and it A a n. Ix.us, 10, s w, i S 1.?&4 4-ife ft"-?' t7 -"J Upturn, oa ijuadaj- ee,9j. j. it to ?3 t T,fS'- 8-w . 6 0, . FJ IM -1H .4 B M pa Poa Po's Cjt l.u.1, 7 J a mandl.iWpm n dally , eacttfit Saaday Post Jl kuMUh r m ad JS a n, W.85 and 1 9a pm daily, except Sunday, buaday, IJJ WASHIKGYOK S4HJTHB8N RAILWAY. la esteet Mat 11, lW. S.""1' -!,. 7.4S, 8.M.9 4S, m- M It b m. Uu Saaday at . r so, y.w, VLSI, a w. S.W.SJM, iM, aad H.M .P- ACM .coAinoAuTiosi Toa QtAnco,T 43 a a aad " phmhs asas us) koutk. 4 .10 and M.S7 a ws- 4 Ji p ib WMkdays. 7 a u btuuiays. fomfhuMOM aM t Souik. 4 JO aad M.57 i js 44iJy. AxMsodattua Uipsi wek A". tofsssi rta for WasUojitaa, COS 7 St). ... 111. 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