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THE DAILY OKITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1890.
.V IV. 1 ! r The Daily Critic OXXX BFJSO 1A.HB. Carpets nt Aetna! Cant iter; (food. Portions Xaftiaga, Mca iltnre at a dttcotint of 15 tf at s i new eaii nrn uau that m otta ftin am It T03VW pi ftM tbatt &sy toptrse tR w asnlna THW. . iw.wv IIS Seventh street twrthwipet. "iMkrK Oa.'s If) t'er nt M Kn. JauMM tf offlnc toot MMt StMWi t fB9S F STlQSJl SwVlnWSJSl, tW1 hsj Sold at 4 Tft sWMes of I p cent, ontll fatn not tee. a MorRBS Pr. RHHtlen's HffrlRernMir, Hatty Cur- trnrr, km , HM TW responsible lastaitment establl drmcnt hTfTtfHt located at 930 and M Ssrtewtti sjteei Bofthwwt. nd l no mMji oj jINtt on itefrhferator'1, BshT GarrtaatSS, Slid M other lines of gwd seeded for tire mrm B8t. BoortK mid OB a ch basis; on R1ly rw rastalltnent". lluaghton . Unpreeetlenteit In dncement. cheapest yet ,Tn-f read their bargain nium: i rK rmrmn i i"iiwn. I wn Able, s fin reed chairs, 1 wire mattfww- fie wrvtceaMe and durable article', eettrt dT. for the small nm nf 00. I5E "V ""T B chairs mm a sit root ei WaaiRsi aws for the surprising arid nnpreee itetrMH jmwiof SW.O0. And acatn, cn ynu afatte la smell ram of $Mf If mi see oar 7 W WHS dining rwm solte, H h a daisy, and tie ptk h airmvt nominal. VT. H llnrnnroi A To KB A HW F rt W. Tltft Mntlonnl Snfe Ilepolt Oompanj-, Cjor. lfllli St. nml M. Y, Avenuo. ghMB .fr Stlrwwnr. Jewelry. taew, Ote ueoitt ml ralnitbloB of nil kinds. UMm modornte. Sr !errtt boxes for rent at tfce very lowest rRle. Serine LhiiiIj. FAr prlnit Inmb ami Wanhlnnlon ftrotsmt beef eo to J. R Xelly. Ninth trwt wliut. Centre Markt, atd N. k Market, fifth and Kttreet. WANTS HIS INSORANCeTeNEFIT. An Aerit Sinn Hntern Stilt Acnlnit the Holder or HI Certlllcnte. C. C. Jllllshftg filed a bill In equity nnlnst L. 31. Cornwall ami others do ing business ns tbo Kxprewmcn's Mti timl ltcncfit Acsoctation, ki which ho :uks that a certificate of meinlwrshlp in the asMdntlon for $2,000 be re tunictl to bhn by L. 31. Cornwall. It appears that In the year 1WM), there was orgnnletl at the city of Kl mlrc, K. Y., an nModnllon called the KxpieM-mcn's -Mutual Henollt AmocIh tlon. the object of which was to enable employes of express companies to adopt a plan of Insurance by which they could provide for themselves or their famtllea In ense of total disability or death, without paying the premiums rcqulicd by most of the llfo insurance companies. Uurlnt: 1871, Mills was in the employ of Adams Kxpress Company In Washington, and became a member of the association. Hu is now Sit yean of see, and his wife and children are all dtiid. In 1881 he surrendered to the assacta lion his certillcate of membership and catucd a now certillcate to he lsu xl u Luther 31. Cornwall, who Is a distant relative of hit (Mills) deceased wife In consideration therefor Corn will vctbally agreed to furnish the com itlnlnanl with a comfortable room In iik lit ue and to penult him to reside thcie dining his life lime, and to luirlkh hi m with all the necuwwtie of iir.-. Mr. 31111s allegvs that Cornwall put liim In an apartment almost destitute of furniture and which was kept In a lllthy condition. lie also alleges that he was treated with indignity by Corn wall and his wife, and that he was com pelled to leave the house. Although he ays he was required to pay assess ments, thttnih chatitable persons, upon his certificate of membership, he lias bt'cn refused by the association the fcuin of $2,fH10 to which he is entitled, upon the feroumls that the cortillcaUi to Cornwall is still outstanding, and that the association lias decided that the payment shall not lie made tn the cam itJalnnnt. He asks that Liilhar 31 Cornwall Iki reiiilrel In surrender thj t-crtltkate, and that it shall be declare I vkl and cancelled. 1'ievrntMl a 1'rlie l'lelit. At a very early hour this morula a B ZT nurubet of thuHs who are rocos;iiiil BMBf the sporting fraternity of Wash ington were saiheretl at Crowley's restaurant on lVnns)lvania avenue, be tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets. Tte coaversation lead to prize flsuttaff, acl a spirited discussion touk place a to the relative flubting qualities of two wen in the crowd. It was proposed to retire to Ibe While Lot ami rltUt it out, mihI Huiuey was put up to make the ftffair Uadlutf. The party jumped lato oarriats and drove lot He White Lot. Beati esui, Uowever, tokl the poliee and liwy reacbetl the xrouwl in time to spoil the tpart. No arrests were made. Tbe lw wea matched aatl their tuckers preitese to have tbe if ht just the same at seta ether time arw place. C'beap lilcUMlum to Atlaotlt City vlil the II. & U. On Fridsy of ech week during Juas, Jtslf iwt AKKHst Uw UslOwore itaa Ofclo K. ft. wtU n jeur.Wn tickets to AtUutk Osy, tod gaioff ott tfnin tsavtust 11 Jfc U. DMMat 18 o'ctoet uuoa ad )'4Ml tu return um anf issmwr train to mki uutimuajc fciasfrttetiisy at rats of 45 lor Uw rouu4 tBTte tilt TSe J. A O. and ktcsding IUlutkU MM MS isw uwj uiMUMC iraca. ruuu vu tktuut Uouieoiutlhla Ilmpllal lteurt Tk LHstrict Cuwudsst' aers have re teivoi tiM aatiual leporl of the Houuo HatWe Pie Distteswary. The ex pewit ttwes for tht year were l,t3. Tbe MN-tber of patieaU treatetl were 3,903 Ijm of tfcetu whit sad l.VU colosed. Of Ik 1860 aiiotted the dtepeostry flttt sta be Bata U) two pstyhteusw ior , keavisut f w receiveu oy vm rwmmwL uove asks for ihsi-s. YmsjUtiah uah smmc hrasvhus nie stmsni aid ind Asfv. tW tans; ago aa scota, seaaH, IgMT HMSBan 'iMtatk th uassar sky. r Kea walls th thrifty oak, is it icetiu, ftsseleisaam and growth, is cmu.mupt.ou. Sat taaav this saitfjaty to of mankind tmst ftoarf Mk) to tsw wonderful -.until ve j0ftfK vt Ur. Plane' Uol4u Medicl i i ?, if takes early. Don't be blind .uwewatatassat uMUUuk your s i .. (. ease T resnarkaht sssaedy i.ju- uoittwl thwusarii It is Ue only u-k j.. ueliti class, suhi by dntggiats, l. m i 4. iiitt gwirauU4 Ums U wiiToeue i ' i un in nil caees of flWusn for wakb , - .- Dwamrtnlw. or saoeny paM for it .-i i roaspdy sniuadnd. Lravlf l?fStNkM SMsMahSn. i. Hi. u.wU tue noi dutiable M should u uia.d m uwilsutry uiall nutster. 'IL.. . cuojr the ansa place la Ihe ;: i "...litiu of cuTrcspoft dance, it U u, a. ... lyp: wrUiXpStipw sht- ih to Attsaitig cut . lu uiui e i- OJsi ,.,m SnUssW. Juts IS. IBMSB l.0. i t u.. TkinU, acat & !, - tit - -ST Ju.i M UuBUt was yeatoeiajr L.aaU.d a dettee ol divOMSe ftt)U tvm I; li.uia .s the gronsktssf imtmm ..l i... have the i uU.udy tf lb dsWSWWB- m iLg iaaansV Mdyou caaae datsy it-sWbert PortusJ-'e fltH Cat-, as Bear. ! BEHIND THE BAT MISERABLE PUTIHO ISES AN OTHER GAMR FOR US. U1PIRE KELLY'S WMVKRFUL DCCISfON In OwtrttfMtt f He Rte-rT)iB Lrmte a Twm Here. There Hate btwn wont jptrmn pfoyM than that of yetrrlay betwwn th WftnMfiiteit ami WllmlngtOTi clubs, but the oldest Inhabitant can-tot tell wire ft waa. Nearly every man lock a hand In It, nd errors were piled up witn ataritilRc freT-wency, ami Wll mineton wtm by taking advantage of the bad plating of the local team. Vntil the firth inning the Washing tons ha 1 a commanding leml, but in that inning the men grew entries ami before they got over the case of rallies, Ihe Delaware team waa on even terms, and In the following inning passed the Senatorial combination, and won as it pleased. Anderron, with ah even chance, titlched great ball and the local men couldn't touch him, while Under wood, disgusted with the miserable support he was receiving, simply tossed Ihe ball over the plale. It was the sort of game to send away spectators vowing they would never go lo another. For a professional Imll team nothing that amateurs could do could be likened to It, for a moro ills gusllns: exhibition one could hardly well Imagine. To add to the bad playing a mon strosity named Kelly umpired. Per haps that is all that Is necessary to say, but In justice to Kelly It must be said that his decisions did not lose the game, lie had Anderson dancing around and giving an uncalled-for exhibition of anger by Ihe manner in which he called balls and strikes, nnd although Underwood did not say much, he was equally ns badly roasted. Mr. Kolly is a mnrvol. What he does not know about the rules would make several II brniics, while a postal card would con tain all the information ho possesses, provided It was written thereon In ex tra largo handwriting. As an example of his monumental Ignorance the follow Ine play shows It: In the eighth Inning Whistler was on first base, when Bird knocked up a ily ball to Carl, which the latter failed to catch. It might have beon Intentional and It might not. At nil events, as soon as the ball touched tbo ground Whistler became a base runner nnd started for rccor.d. Tbo ball reached there before him, and Kelly called him out on the fciic. A moment later he called ltlrd out, on the ground that the ball hid lei n Intentionally mutTed and the btt itr was out. lloth men wire declared out a most flagrant violation of the rules. . First, the rules explicitly say that a bailer Is out on a tly hit to the luflehl which Is purposely mufful, the object being to prevent such plays being made In order to prevent a double play. Yet Kelly permitted the double play to lie made. His decision was greeted with derisive yells, and so astonished the player they could not recover sutll ciently to protest. It's a shame that a game should be spoiled by tbe rulings of a inau who so plainly shows his Ig norance, and it is time the Association took a hand In deposing such Ignor amuses. what tiij: rr.osi'Kcrs au.. The wretched playing indulged in by the team during the past week has beon nearly sufficient to kill all Interest In the future of the team, and destroy the prospects for its purchase by other parties. An offer was made to the assignee ytsterdny for the club, but It seetna that a prior offer had been made by other parties that was higher. It Is not known which of the two will get the elub. The assignee feels in duty bound to set all he can out of the sale fur the benefit of the creditor and is dlqoed to bang on to tbe club for a few days yet In the hope of obtaining a higher oner man ue lias as yet reeeiveu. w nat the ultimate fate of the club will be Is putely conjectural, although there Is but little doubt but what It will survive the season. A new element has been injected iuto the deal, for It was learned last night with some degree of dentilllveoes that lli Americas Association would like to obtain control of the team ia this city. Brooklyn U not payiag and tbe associa tion would like to make the transfer. If it could be accomplished. Associatioa ball would pay here, and put Washing ton in a higher rank than it has enjoyed this season. Instead of being connected with a minor league it would be ooe of a in ijor league, with an increased standing in baseball circles. The situation Is by no weans as clear as it was a few days ajio and there may be some startling developments looked fur. lriuk tbe KoUrt Poftuur Vienna! tMuet Veer, ltl pure abtl liuiesoue. AVit WEST ILAf? LEiQtB COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Makes the purest, cheapest and beat Beef Tea. Iiut U4MI Mutwfiuklk fwrHtuttw, One buind ol Bztrnct of kteef enual to forty uf man Met. u tue vaian of abuut r&li cuuiue only UU Jutu vun LteJtlJC' aljUAtWv aliuWU ELY'S CATARHH am aiLM Itauwi lite SeAl lfsaae &lltt MliU tstftomtM nUoai . SsVwaleUte switi. Vn, inrfm ftjui Immmhm t r4MlSMeU- T IBM. . I a particle : availed uttu w- o u.JotriJ aad la CWtabla Price. M loo'- at DragJaU bf 5iWarreat Sb I.t m BE fjT if For taw nnd Order A meeting of the colored cltlens of Washington was held at the Second Itoptfrst Church last night, the object beinf to form an association fot the en forWTmnit ot the laws and the repres sion of crime. The organratlon will be known m the Cltirens Law ami Or der League of the District of f 'olamMa. The following ortlceis were elected: Iter W. It. Johnson, D. IX, nreeMent; trce-presMents. Uets. W. H. Urooka, J. I. Irving. Sandy Alexander, H II. G. Dyson ami .T. A. Handy; secretary. J. W Cromwell, atsfstant secretary. Sirs Florence Smith executive com mittee, I). F. Itatts. .T. 31 nicks, It. D. nnffln, W. C Slartln, II 31. Hewlett, P. II. Carton, Iewls It. Douglas, Aus tin Flcklln, George Wathlngton. .Tames Tnrner. Itev. Hobert .lohneon, llev. O. W. 3Ioore. rined $100 Tor Indecent Kxposnre. llomeyn P. Scolt, a mesneneer In the Treasury Department, was fined 1t by Judge JHIler this morning for Inde cent exposure. Scott has made a prac lice of cultivating tiro acquaintance of little girls In the parks and presenting them with rubber balls. Three Utile girls told the Judge straight forward stories. Scott Is a" very gentlemanly looking man nearly 00 year of aee. If he cannot raise the money with which lo pay his fine he will have to go to Jail for- three months. New ltoule to Itostnn. Pullman buffet sleeping ears are now running Uirougli. without change, from Washington and 1 tail I more to Boston, via II. it. 0. R. It. ami the I'oughkeepsle 1! ridge. The train runs Into the II. it M. station at lloston, ami rwenaers for the White Mountain region, Bar Harbor anil all Maine (.'oast resorts avoid transferring across the city. The tiftln leaves Washington at 3.50 p. m. and Baltimore at 3.40 p. m. dally. BRIGGS' T -Fort-SICK HEADACHE -1NITS- Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms, TESTIMONIAL. L. It. BROWN, M. D., 33 West Jersey St., Elizabeth, K. J., Jane S3, 1333. This Is to certlty that I havo mod for soma months with ranch satisfaction, the combina tion of remedies, for Iteadacho, known as Uriels' Headache Trocbos. Tho remedy cures more headache, espootally such as af fect Kervous Women, than anythlai; lam acqnatntcd with, and It this certificate will be tbo means ot bringing It to the favorable attention fof sufferers from that trouble, 1 i hall feel that I bavo done thorn a serrtce. b. It. UROWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by all Druggist or sent by Mall on Re ceipt of I'rice. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., EUZAUET1T. N. J. THE NATIONAL Safe DepositCo, OF WASHIKGTOK. Chartered by Speelal Aet ot Congress, JANUARY W, t87. CRPITRL - - 9200,000 FOR THE SAFE KEEPING OF VALUABLES, UNDER GUARANTEE. AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS BURGLAR AND FIHE-PHOOF VAULTS, Contained In tU FIRE-PROOF 1JUILDING, N, E. Cer. 15th Street and New York Aye. orrosiTE u. s. treasury. OFFICE nOUBS.9A.Sf TO W- M. DR. FERRAUD'S Tonic Wine of Coca IB JUST WIIAT YOU NEED If your narre are aU saatranr-lf yajt'ast bVrwbto, eross and fretf ul-if yaa and It lit ioult to eoaeantraU) your mind If youir-J 3lcoural and think life Uaot wertttttf tag. ItU.HUUili better to usa THIS SPLENDID TONIO tana to ho of and seek to drown these als rable reelttw ia "the aowtaa, towL thereby obUteW only TEMPORARY RE LIEF, when by iiMae Of, feuatii's Toste Wlae of Coca yon TOSfE UP YOB SYSTEM ANB GIVE hENT CURE. TBE MEWCAL PBOPBSSiON HE MEWCAL I it as anianiaaf Indorse It as anianiaafaail ionic aaa Vi r.t twnttltmA ,.. sad all trooMtfi of ert "that i sou to." Prepared by E3J3"W. E1, 3CS3JrH.l?53a Manuiaetai4a Chsmfat. 1011 r !TKlJEi' JiOBTUWBnT. B.C. NEW YORK BUFFET, sjaTswwWaUUwrx.w. itsat aaat Faas( Uwhtss ka the sty. lav jtA-itma. if. rvassvriatri.n Vsnuarliaslnr X VAsWI&TOaf.i.C. aVaawif AfSssl laCaUtV Hasssi ifatssl If Islfl ay 'SK "- OHaW '" up m .CA. Feooriet'r ... ...uiiii.i. up inn iiiwiiwiire-wwieisresasiiBaasnnjaiSwewMJWii' iii' m n OO.sW4JrtJ. Jawaw aPssBsJJiW (af I g v-wmwrn nHMtAM K4K. FwmasFjaspsap wmiffw WiTBtfMMT Ai AVI HEADACHE The Bankrupt Sale fAILOHAI CL0M1, Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh Street Northwest, "Will Continue for a SHORT TIME LONGER. It is the chance ol a lifetime to bny Clothing at these prices, This stock is rrom a large manufac lurer who has failed, arid must be sold to make im mediate sett'ement. NOTE THE PRICES BELOW: Jlen'a Erery-Day rants, .V)e: worth 1. retterMrade rants. $1; worth M, All-wool Pants. In Cheviot, Worsted and Cassttnere, at Sl.TO, reenter ptftm, MJ8, Fine Dress rants, In thirty styles, comprising imported worsteds. CneSteere, Cheviots, $.7B $S.S0, ti and : worth f rota $8 to l. ... ... Men's Every-Day Suits, $8.60; worth S5.50. Dettet (trade, nearly all wwh, Sit worth $S.1W. All-wool Cheviot 8nltsat6-SO: worth SH. .. . .... Nobby Dres Salts, In twenty styles, comprising Faney Worsteds, Cheviots, Cnsst mere, Tweeds, Arc., at J850andStO-, worth $. ...... .... Fine Importod Worsteds, Diagonals. Corksorews, Wide Wales, thirty styles, at $1 ami lli positively worth 580 or money refunded. .. . . ... We call yonr attention to a nnmber of Merchant Tailor Made Snlte whteb were made to measure for M5, 110 and !. to be sold at LBSS THAN HALF PRICE. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY. Knee Tanls from llo. np. Sailor Suits, from i to years, at KOo. Iirge IJneot Mohair Flannelf, Serges, rongee Silk, Atpaea Coats and Vests. . , Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, forty styles, atSOo.j worth Jl.. Bear In Mind: Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect In Every Respect and of Tills Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh SI, Below D Street. iSMTL- m VFMM IT A. 'v-srjuas. thi w TuKji mi Ur -& (REQISTCRCO Important to i People Leaving the City for the Summer. We can ship our Wine to any State east of the Mississippi Fiver, in lots of four or more cases, with safety to the purchaser and for less m oney than a like Wine can be purchased elsewhere. FRESH BOTTLED FROM OUR VAULTS We hold ourselves responsible for the quality and perfect condition of every bottle sold. We Pack in With nothing to Wine Send for Circular and Price List TO-EALOI WIIE CO., 614 FOURTEENTH STREET. M'GILLfi. WALLACE, Printers, 11BT X. Street Nortbneet. a OkWat JbtahUsJted ITinttn Boom 1b Washington. yiciLrrtas pok eivnEaX job wohs uatwuyansm by ant muvs A Spasal Um at th Latatt te waltVi ta Wssaaaas Oms and unutim Haas fto-jrninr-i... eto.. wUb JanatoM (0 Ms. LUU.tL WUKK A SPBOIAUTV Aat Urary Klast of Hook Vrtartar gnaawt maaenMd and at Loweat Basas. TKUUUOilS CALL SAC- . t:tU6. a-tjhsM 9Att AHaUaBl IbsssJsbs, sUUkI BiUasL. tNHv9 1 W a ssafssaia sspgha- nMsBsal Bsssssssssssss WaasttlssstaBslal . ttssss WU. U. Ai,T S ao. I CERES Hffi 1 Th'"1' sssssflF 0F- K BSkSW tTTraSM.Vj A ei 1 1 ssF n s 1 1 u rsaUKi c TRADE MARK.) Special Boxes 'i distinguish them as Cases. PRINTING. RAMSEY 4 B1SBEE, Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. Telaphc, 7?$ ii.ttuudUraVOlMisjta. Twras aar Ckysissiira IhriBkisJt P&ESSWfUaX FN TIE TIME SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.' Mc F5 L ROY' KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, -Water Colors, Photographs and fill Pictures In Stock Except Artotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Special altanllon paM lo Framlr.fr. TfrtlMIn. Jtoving and Doxlnu rictnres and Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS., DKAtKBS IX ALL KIN DS OF L J TY B E R AKD TUBERS OF DOORS Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. ) Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc, Washington. YARDS V J 3034, south side Water St., West Washington. a Lie Sprague Square has been sold. We used the ground for the Storage ol our surplus stock oi Lumber. The Lumber MUST GO. Come up and get our present LOW - CUT FIGURES. Vre 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 oil the ground. ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. James B. liambie, HKRDMHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHIKGTOM. D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ ! .1 5 and $ 1 .50. MAKE TEA OR COFFEE IN 10 08 15 MIHUTES. 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 SALJS WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' BUY YOUE TRMKS AHD lAENESS BE 2STS ID S: 4 geveatfc St- H- W., YARD FOR SALE. BY TH -AT Best to Odd VbUotm' Kli T FAILS ICE OFFICB 924 Pennsylvania Ave. WholeI and Hatall Dealers la KBNNBBEC ICE. Owr Waarms go to All rarts of th Ot?, Irreladrnjc Meant Ples'ant CALM-, m and tm Look Out for the White Wagons I JtA1TjftOAt3 Jtalliiiiorc nnd Ohio Rnilrn 8rhWlnl In effwt Jnaa Sa, 19W Lr rahtflton from station corner of Sw Jsney arentie and I' street Wra CrfAo ami Northweat, Vetfllmleil Limilert expres dally 11.30 a tn, etpress Poa Ciw i'saTi, St. Lonl ami tnllanai.olli, express daily S.m and 11.30pm. Fob rTTm no and Cleveland expre dillr a so a mand8.p m. Tm I.rriKSToN ana points In Ihe Slienandoali Valley, li, to am. Fun Vi'iht nwTan and way stations, 5. 30 p m Fob Lrnr, tsM and 8.40 p m Fan IUtTiioBB, week days, 4 05, 5 00, 8 1.1. fJO. 7.808.00 45-mlnnteV, 8 30, 0 30. (11.00, 1S.80 48-mmnte) a m , 1 10, IS (2 M 4 minute), (3.15, 45 minntei), 3.K, 4 k 4 "W. 4, (4.10, 45 mlnnte) 5.30 6 00, 8 15, 6 SO, .. T.SB, 8.36, 0.M). 10 30 and 11 p. m Gandays, 4 05, f.SW, 7.30, 8.30, 0.30 a m (ItPO, temlnnlw) roo, 2.15,(8.50, 43 mm t) 3 , 4.9, 4 m, (I , 41 mlnules) 6.00. b.it. 6.W, 7.30, 8.8, 10.3", 11.30 p m. Fan wat Stations between Waslilnalon ami Daltliaors. 6.00, 6.36, 8.30 am , U 10, 3 1 4 8S.6.SU. HJOpm. Sundays,S30am,l.O0, SK.i.S. 6.90, 1130 pm. 1'BAta rjEAtE ItAtTtMonr for Washing! in, week days, 5.C0, 8.S0, 0.0. 7.15, 7 90, a 00, 8). 8 3 0.30 and 10 80, lO.nm , 13 00, 1S.10. S.10. 8.9C, S.S0, I 00, 4.15, 5.00, 0 00, 8.20, 7.00, 7. to, 8.S0. 8 30. 0.00. 10.10, 10.20 and II 00 p m. SlimlaTt., 6 30, 7.1.1. S 0,8-,0.M, 10.8), 10.38 am., i.oo. l .05. a 10, a tw, 4 n 5.00, e.si, 7.00, 7 SO, S.91, 8 30, 10 10, 10.20 and 11.00pm. For AS!5Arou,0 3S and 8 30 a m , U 10 and 4 so p m. Sundays, a 3i) a m., 4 n p m Leave Annapolis. 6 35, 8.37 am., 13.05, 3.50 pm. Bundays, 8 30 am., 3.15pm. For STATtns. on tho Metropolitan Branch, ts 30, W 30 a m . i. ta t m. For prkcinal stations only, tio.40 a m., 1,30 anil t5."W pm. For Rorax it i r. nnd Way Statloni, 1 13 p m. 1'on (UiTiiF.nM!nn and Intermediate points, rB.eo.sio.ro, tti.coa m., ti.oo, ti.oo. 'j.33, t0.45, mo.oo, 1 1 i.oopm. Frnrcnawl Intermediate stations, ,00 pm Chcik-h train leaTcs Wathlnglon on Sunday atl IS p. in., stopping at all stations on Metropolitan Dranoli. FonFnEMKnirK. t8..30, 8,30, 59 30 rll.33atn 11,15, 3 30, t4..30 p m. Fob Haiieb'towm, tlo 40 a m. nnd ts.10 p m. Traik. AnmTElrom Cliloaco dally 11.41am and 4.10 p m; from Cincinnati and st, Louis dally .3. to a m and 3.05 p m; irom nttsbnrg 7.10 n m. 5.50 p m dally. NEW YOnK A rniLADKLriHA DtVISIOK. FonNKi York, Trenton, Newark, N. J .and lllrabetli, N. J., '105, t00, 10.00, I3.0J am. !e80. 40 nnd 10.30 p m. JliitTet 1'nrlor Car on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho 10 30 p m, open at o.oo p m, For 1'ini.AiiRt.riiu, 4.08, t8.00. 10.00. 13 0O noon, !., 4.50, 3.is ami M0.30 p m. Fon MKWAita, Del , Wilmington and Chester, 1.05, ts.00 a m, 118.00 noon, J.so, 'Jjo, 8.M and 10 30 pm. Ton lMTMiMinuTE roixw between Dalttmoro ami Philadelphia, ts.oo and . AD a in. 3 -j), lAMpm. Trai have Now York for Washington, soo. tii.au a in, S.W, 3.W, 3.00 p m and i 13 night. Traikieak I'hltadelphla lor Washington, i.ni, all. 9 13, '11.35 a m, tua, 131, a.B6 n.wpm. For lliHrrojc, J0 p 111, with rullman IlulTot oieepinK ar running inrougu 10 notion wltltout cliange, via T'ougnkoepsto Ilrldge. landing paiHengerif In 1). b M. station at liotton. ForAtlartic Citt. I C.i and 10.00 am, l:.W noun. Sttbdays, 4.05 a m, U'.W noon aid 10.39 pm. FOIt BAY WDaK. Wr.ru DAYs.ti.l&a m 1.30, 1.30 p m, Hun- days, O.as a m 1 so, 3 19 p m, LsAtallAT HtiHx.week days, 6.30, 8. '10 urn. Sundays, n.00, 9.00 p m. tSxcept Sunday. Dally. ISnnday only. Haggige oalleil for and checked irom hu tels ml rtildencei by Union Trawler C 0. on orders left at ticket orDoes, Ot'J and lid P4. ae. and nt ilepot. J. T. ODKLL, C1IAS. O. SC't LL. Clen. Manager (en. Pass. Ag't. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Doable Track. tjptendld Scenery, Meet Italia. MagnlUcont Equipment; In effect May 11. 1800. Trains leave Washington, from station, cor ner ol Sixth and U streets, as follows: Fqj FiTTBURO and the West, Chicago Llmltei Express of rullman Vestlbutea Cars at 10.30 a m dally; Fast Line, 10.50 a m dally to Columbus und bt. Louis, with bleeping Cars from ritUburg to Culumbus- dally, exeept Saturday, to Chicago, wltti Mleeplns Car Altoona tocbleago. bt. Louis, Chl ago BBd Cluctiiuatl Express, stl pm daily, I'arlor Car Washlogton to Uarrfsburg anj bleeping Cars llarrlsburg to st, Louis, ctil jsgoKiid Cincinnati, and Ulnlng CarlUr rl.burgto St. Louts. Western Express, at 7.40 p ta dally, with Sleeping cars Wjihln, toBg to Chleaao and St Louis, oonnerttng dally at liarrlsburg with through Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis, luclllo Bx press, io.no p m ill Ily, for llttsburg and the West, with through bleeper to PittsUurg, aad llttsburg to Ctlc Jgo. BALTIMOKE AND FuTOMAO IIAILHOAD. For Ka.e, raaandalgoa, ltochester and Ni agara Falls daily, except Sunday, 8.10 a m. For Urie, Cauaadalgua and itcbiMter daily; for llaffaio and Ntaaara daily, except bat urday, 10.W p m, vim Sleeping CarWash IngtuH to rlocaester. Fob Wii.uAH.roBT, Lock Haven and Elmlra, at 10.50 a dully, except huuday For WiLLUX.roBT dally, 3 .lop m. J 1'HiLAi.sLruu, New York and the East, 7.W SOU, ll-OUand 11.10 a m, s.10, 3.15, l jo. i. W, Ui.60 and 11.) p in Or Sunday, 9 O), 11.40 a si, .W. 3.15,4 IB, 10.00 and 11 aip m. IJmitcd Express of l'ullmau Farlor cars, Uiit daily, except Suaday, Fob New York okl. Lliaitid Express with iHBbig Car. LOO p. ia. dally. Fob Phiiaubuhia oolv. Fast Express 8.10 a n, week-days, aad tjDupm daily. Expreas, &uoday only, ).Kpa. FeKBiMNMi itlibout ebaage.SlS pm every oar. Fee Bbookitk. N. Y.. all through trains ooi Beet at Jersey City wUh boats of lirookiyn Aasex, aatofdle direct traulr to Fultoa street, avoidlatf double ferrlase across Sew Task, City. Fob At us. tic City. 11 W a m week days, 11jP BdaUy. Fust sUuivsiu, S.8S. 7 SO, 8.10. 9 80. 9,10. 10 00. isM,neaa4n.4eaat.iofi,io.3ii 30 4 OS, 4 it. 4 aa, SJ0, s.to. .W, 7 40, to 00 aa i 1IJK. Oa Sttaday 9 00.9.08. W.50. II W a as, f tf. 3.15, IM, iM, 4.40, S.00, 5.40, 8 00, TA -iUJapiii. Fob Pwwi's Cemjc Use, TJs9 a ta aad 4.30 pm issiiy, asf epc Suaday. Pun Abau. 7.nl 9.00 a m, li,06 and I M p m daily, except Suaulay. buudays, I M pas. WAeHlMOTOK SOCTHEHN BAILWAY. Ia eilect Max 11. 1800. om AuxaMMua, 4J8, S.S3. 7.45, 3.40, 9.4S, M.S7 (A. OM boub, x.04. S.ae, 4., L&5. SJ1, Ma..BSsa4U.SBai. Om Sunday atl.M, 7.46. 9.4. S7, a sa,U38.lal. S.fti. aad W.M pa, AtvomumtxioK tom Q?avTioo,T ta a xa aad 4.8S p b vseek-days. T.4S a as Saadays. Fas Hkbbobo aS the Soaik, M aad 10.57 a auy. AccossaaoaataiB ue p m wsmc- Yaauj leave Alexaadrla lor Waalaitoa. MS 7.08. 1.00, J. W, 10.1S. 11.97. a Hi: 1 SO, S.8, S.50, &., S 05. 7 OS, 9.1N. W 37 aad It US u IB Oa BUBday at 9.10. aid jl 07 a at. .09. 5.R 7 05, 7 S9. 9 , and W.S7 p m. lltkets sad iufunBaiiua, at the olaca, uortbBt corner of Ttdrteeutb street aad Feaxutyh aala avenue, and at the statioa. where order - xu be kit fur the iheckla ol JHiggg" to d.stUiutiou l'U'Ui huteU aad reel deiM.es J it WOOD, (.iniralFsuScujti'! Annt. CHA.S. B PttB Uiuciu.1 MBBief. . FOR MU ONLY! 1TTT?TI! Waluws arSadyaadlfaad JfSsnSl J U JJbXlaftrraMOf IitwsmsiaBUer TaBBg, K J.l. 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