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THE DAILY CRITIC, TCED VY EVENING, JULY 15, 1890.
The Daily Critic vxir arr.axALa, JturcntiMt llnrgnlm! IK IPMl (T WI'-ATJftT AT rl AKK 4 ro ' mtt 0O0T TBttHH'T Mcr. w . D. i lark A ik.ii sil Starlet f pace and Pennsylvania avenne, have wen iinimiiT huty for ib at fnw days, on st rinrit of extra HWnftnwit bntn In th- onaltty H texrarea and cut prices Thi jornlar dry goods Arm advertised In the local cotosMw of thft jonrnal last wk that t her vflratf rait a certain class of seasonable ami itMTrahlr tmcA at araatt? reflated Tricea coneo.nentlr their store tM Ween rotenVil r rr lnr by anxious ladle to nr chase thcnpT-rr before beard of bargain'. They aro ( Torlne all their black silk arena Mne a pi imp ot Yesterday they were xery ioApvintt silks at the faftatoos jr'ceof imii i-eryard Do not forget the mriw intents that were offered Jast week tlrnnth the press-they are alt harfaln t lntni and are helm plncked by wMe awake ladies, vrho know a bargain when they see one Come, ladie, tnere are plenty of bargains yet to select from. Their store i always light, exceedingly cleanly and snr 1 1 Mnly cool, which Inducements, eonpled vi h extra bargains, keep their store always tomfotlably filled with ontnmer Kndilen's Itefrlgerntnr. Itatiy t'nr- r luges Hie , Hit. . This responsible Installment establl hment l centrally located at 9W and ON seventh street northwest, and Is now making oat prices on Hefrlgerator-, Baby Carrhwrtw, and all other lines of good needed for the sum mer. OnodsroM on a cash basis: on easily paid Installments. Ilonehton C'o.'a Unprecedented In ducements. Th cheapest ye. ,?nt read their bargains li f nrnltnre-1 oak bnrean, 1 bdtend, 1 wash ami, 1 pair of feather pillows, 1 ettra large oak table, t line reed chairs. 1 wire mattress all these serviceable an'l desirable articles, usefnt erery day, for the small sum of $ 00. Again they offer a chairs and a six foot ex tension table for the sntprMng and unprece dented prteeof SI9.C0. And again, can yon snare the small snm of iW If so. see our 7 wece oak dlnlm room snlte. It Is a daisy, and the Price Is almost nominal. W. II. IloraHTOM A CO. 1918 1999 r St. N. W. The National Sate Deposit Company, Uor, 15th St. anil N. V, Avenue. Storage ror Silverware, Jewelry, Laoes, Fine Goods ami valuables of all kinds. Charges moderate. Safe deposit boxes tor rent at the very lowest rates. EXTENDING ITS RAILWAY SYSTEM. The Anncostltt nml I'otoutao Company Is l'ronperotis and Orntrluc. The annual meeting of the AnncostU and Potomac lltver Street IttUromt Company was held yeateritay, and Meters. Clark, Christie, QrlswoM, Hnllcy, McCauler, Smlihson nml WIN Hams were re elected directors. The annual report of President Grlswold was presented, showing the road to be In n good financial condition. The work of extension from the M and Eleventh street Junction U being rapidly pushed forward, and the road is expected to be finished and In opera tion by tho 15th of September. When the extension I completed a double, track will be laid on the old road and work will be commenced on Mareon street to extend tho tracks to the Ger man Orphan Asylum. A complete (iiltlt of new double-platform cars Ins I ten ordered by the company from the .Tune. 8om' Company of West Tro.', If. Y. A now car house In Antcoilla Is alto being built to take the place of He old one, and In every wav President GilswoUl is highly gratified with the work of the pt year and the prospects for the ftiuiro. KO STRIKE PROBABLE. I'ulillo l'rlnter I'almer Thinks the I'lratinen Will Agrro Amicably. A rumor wm circulated last evening among the employe of the Government Printing Office that unleaa the preatmea who seceded from the Pressmen's 1'nlon and entered the United Prew nicn's Aasociallon ahould give up their allcftlance to that ImnIv and re enter the old union the other preasmen would strike today Public Printer Palmer Uted this morning that, although the trouble had not b6ii tettled, he had received no In timation of a strike nor had he any re ton to believe thai the preatmen would create any Ulslurbanee. He has no in tention of taking any aetion hlmsstlf Is the matter, for be believe that I be preumen would settle the matter amicably among themselves tin the Tennis Oourts. The College Hill Itacquet ami the Prospect TeonU Club will hold a touraameot tlii evening oa Cirapin street, at the head of Fifteenth street. The entries are open to all tetinU players north of Florida avenue, be tween Thirteenth and Ktt;UWsenth fetreels t-xtended. A number of geatle jntn have entered for the first prize la slogles, a Sear' racquot, and thirteen team of double wilt eonteat for a prlr of Slocum racquet. MeM. ItublB 4o, Parker & Co. have coatributed a blazer for the first priae la i utile, and the seo4 pti la double will be a pair of tesnla boea. Last Bight ibe drawing took place with the following result: SioglcsA. Hall and riU. Uarfctov and LeMM, fattiM and Neucocab, 8. Tuekar ai d Rumluer, CUam and Tiwuud. tturtevant and J. Puratas, Walker ami lvi. II. tiewcoab and Cameron, Mer rill and W. tNuHUMt, Mltoymtd a I fttk. JJuitbte (. ne and WaUusr agwsat Mauiuand L'aaaaron, Kaweoaab and Sew c untb acaiaat Stuttavant and hutiaun. Halt a d To nasad sgirntt Biimhiinnr and W. l'uiuian, Li and Davtt agalatt MekUy neld and J. fatnuu. Tucker and Barclay le- Th play will be called at 3 JO p. w. Might Have Hunt SJaQtBty' Otuwr, The ism wImm U was Jkxed waa teen to jujnp from a cable ear and aub uqueittly Into the river front the SUtk--1 reel whaif na aot been see or Heard ..f Tbe police boat Joe Blaekburn devoted conntderable thaw yeatnrd to eliaggl river, but did not BnJ ti)IMc lata would give tee tenat In dkatloat that a man au been drowned. Ho oms ha hew wsutted ntiaaing and it begin to wos at w mue u any foundation to the ntoty. IShmmmmI VVktt BaSkUSK. A. lTjearold colored boy by the Larue of Jon BuUer waa drowned in a Urge pond at the foot of bewateeath -tieet aprthwtxt htnt nvenls. ThU Ddhn hffoaaii a ftie batUng AtM ioe liM turn she nai gilmrhorwl wbo do net cere to veuue la the river The water in muddy and alUny, but i Ley case Mttki for thla. Butler' body wa (coerd and the Coroner so- AaVftaWhaMM UlaV kUala TaHaiJIaf It waa eiHed that eer thing woi Id he t shave for the puhec uil ear Ui week, but it now look a if iU. would go over uaaU next week 1M rkt Attorney Haalatoo has not tt iui. sdated the evidence and k uebk tu fay it bfcB18nlb the curk Mr ff,ktoa atte, huwever, that Uw uai wm fT nttoaf etrsinnse atfajati 1M ... .ifct&iar, icll lruu a Ml i , lu-i fi.ll froift the second atory ut l U i. 01 K street, ytntcxdiiy jitt l u xi-.i brnke his ryhl artn He ittei.-J viUi brulatj. abuut the body Mat, " sWutntng xu aboaiil uwafi Bd nil iid s tor chfldten tee it i, softens the fia.auj dad eoHe, and a U ttte bM auetlawtheantld. BASEBALL GOSSIP NEW HAVEN WINS TUB GAME Bt LUCKY BATTtm THE HOME TEAM DROPS TO FIFTH PLM A Pretty lUie fer Taird Plaw At Hart- forti Tt-Dny Me CaSBfe ia Ike Sittartw, Nw Likely to Be, The WashlBflon team wm defeated yeetenlaf Is New Haven by a mere srrateh, antt Jtrst when vfctory seemed assured ttatl the game taken away from it by a atreak of ltrcky batting. The came waa 9 to 1 In favor of Sullivan's men In tRe ninth Inning and two men were rmt, when Glllllaml dropped a -ale fly In right field on which two tmn acotwl. Lang rwlved hh first on Imlla, and. with Iwo men on the basee, Mcltee made a home ran. live ran resulted and the game wae lost. While It showed good batting on the rmrt of the New Havens, yet It can hardly be con sWtreil anything more than n scratch victory. Cfllllland pitched an excellent onme ami received good support, while I nderwood was lratted rattier freelv. The fielding on boih sides was excel lent, although the Washington put up the better game Doyle nnd Hill Iroth did great work at tntrtl, and .Tordnn, ikdcr and Hinl captured a number of difllcult Hies In the outfield. The Washington, by losing yester day, dropped Imck into fifth place, Worcester taking that position through its defeat of Jersey City. Sullivan's men play in Hartford to day, and a continuance of the playing that has marked It for tho last few games ought to Insure a victory. Newark also lost, and togethor with Worcester and Washington Is very nicely bunched. A few games will determine which is entitled to third place, and the race for that position Is a great doal more exciting than the race between the leaders, In which Now Haven has a good margin to tho better. M) CltANOK IN THE SITUATION. There Is no chnngo in tho situation. No one has come forwnrd to buy tho club or offered any money for it, and there Is hardly any likelihood an offer will bo made very soon. Notwith standing this the management has not given up hopes of disposing of it at private sale. Secretary Uurkct, la an interview last night, said. "I do not believe tho people here will allow the rlub to go under. I talked with several parlies to day and they ex prctecd a desire to form n company and take It off our hands. I believe tlili will bo done, nnd I confidently expect that the franchise will be purchased within a short time. It will require srme money to strengthen thotoim.and if that is done It will draw the crowds. There Is no doubt In my mind but what tho Atlantic Association will last throughout tho season. I do not think that more than two clubs will drop out, even if there Is as many as that. Most of the club haven small salary list, and although this ha been a particularly bad year for baseball, most of them nre about oven or very little behind." The pattle who aro working tho Amtilcan Association project are wait ing for something to drop, and from present appearance they are likely to be disappointed. They arc figuring on the disirandment of the team, when ihty will have an opportunity to come in and secure a franchise for nothing. Thk Ciutic ha positlvo knowledge that a franchise has been promised by the American Association officials, and that the parties who applied for It are sanguine of supplanting the present management within a fow weeks. It Is patty generally understood, however, that Mr. Hewett will not sac rifice everything by letting the present team go to the wall. If necessity re quirts, there 1 no doubt but what be will buy the team In himself and run It. While he I willing to lose a goodly share of the Indebtedness ami get out of baseball, be doe not propose to loe it all, and sooner than let the team go to the wall will resume control of It again. This, of course, would defeat the As social Ion schemers, although if the franchise should be purchased there is reason to believe that a consolidation could be nude upon favorable term?, such a would be beneficial to both sides. This would give us a place in a major league, and there 1 little reason to doubt but that the way will be paved easily for admiaaion to the League next season I'ertonullr Uomliietctl Tour to NUc am I'ulU tin l'eutujlvanla ICallroad The summer tourist at tbU season of tUe year look fur the anBonncenisnt of the Parana aili -conducted tour ol tee 1'ub1 rania Kallraad Company, wbieh bav vr siBcu tfefcir inausurauou mat wUU ualvr4l HiitUiku and praise. A serial of Mmm tours to Niagara Fall will be run July 17 .u d 31 and luguat 31. 1HW. Tourists will leave Wubiagloa at 7.U a. m. aud Halt! u ur at 6.-9) a. m h) specUl train o( full wan parlor car and day coach, and reach fctagara Kail itllp.n A louiUt agent and efcaiieron will neeontyany the part), luikine after the ideaeure and coajfuit of alL ttound-liip titles, valid tor ten day, Uu-ludiuf date of excursion, and entedyfng prtvueae to Mop ns a n huh uun in oh dnu-Uons, will be sold at a rate of. $10. Katura coupon will be aeeeptad oa any teenier train within the limit, sxcent limited expre trains. The toor etnbodv the telnet character of a private party and offer the opnortuntt) of summer outing, in stwatttan and teereatton. Wilt ot (to to Ca Hay. The Washington Light Infantry Corp wet Ut evening to hear the re port of the eosaatlttee appointed to consider the feasibility ol aa encamp meat at Cape liey. After eoaskteratHe discussion the corps, by a unaaluou, vote, decided to lodenaitely postpone the subject. This result was brought about by the National Guaad cams at Fort Washington, since uiaay snewoer of the corps could aot attend both en casapsneftts and would naturally Pfef er the seaside camp to that of Fort Wash Ugtoe, thus decreasing the number of nitu that the Infantry would turn out at the latter encampment tun lokBru-Aii-'V Mtk ur ftiwui lltaduiUi., u. J'r hitiet rVlleti,, or AuUIilioUi tiruauUo i"ujely Veiietjljle MjU (-ift-li Luiuj wo t uc a tlKH. INFANTS jeINVAUDS. PktSuijiitui fur Motive's ML INV4LU.A81.C m CMOUtaA 'nrAMTuM ..o Tf tTWin-o A. vMt muuUi4 Vwu4 lo BVSREJPTbS), CPaUMtTV. CAMVAJ.EWBNTS JnjesBWI'aae tns' assissajsiBa sbbjsp ssj Hn vsta j i- Te awe f. "-ii." sn.ma awe W aar LEFT HER HOME. Bt j stations I)lpraranre of a 11-Year-Old fllrl last Snmlny. Mr Matlfe Simmons, whose home U at No. 980 F street sonthwwt, dltap peeittrt very mysterlotrtly on Snntlay and hw wot been seen by her parents sin. They are rmreh worried awl an$kms to know where she Is. On Sunday morning Miss Simmons started for iwiml ay school, as was her wreal custom, In company with her little sister, Ellen, ? years of age. She krseert her mother good by, ami aaM that she wtwld remain for the regnlar ehnrch services. She, however, let t tb e chnrch immediately after Snmlay sehooi, in company with her little sister, ami went to Mrs Clinton Smith's, a friend of the family, on Massachusetts avenue, between First and Second streets Here they remained for dinner, as it threatened rain, ami they did not want to get their new dresses wet Abont 7 o'clock In the evening the two girls left Mrs Smith's forborne, but at the corner of First street and Maschnetts avenue Mattle sent her little sister on, saving that she would follow in a very few moments. Nellie went on home imt aiattle has not been seen since that time. The disappear ance was reporter! to tue is-street sta tion early yesterday morning, and the police are putting forth their utmost endeavors to discover the whereabouts of the young girl. She was H years old and exceedingly well developed for her age. She was of a lively disposition and fond of romp ing Upon the streets, nlthough her mother tried to keep her at home as much as possible. She had a pleasant home, and hor parents can attribute no reason for her tllsappeaiance. ii Southern Republican Association, The Southern States Colored llepuu llcan Association was organt.ed last night by the election of the following officers: President, II. J. Europe of Alabama: one vice-president from each Southern State, recording secretary, D. II. Moffot of South Carolina: corre sponding secretaries, Stewart McLewis of Virginia and K. L. Thornton of South Carolina. A committee, consist ing of ox-Congressman .L W. Manard of Florida, State Senator Wlmbly and .1. P. Hill of North Carolina, was ap pointed to prepare nn address to tho Senato favoring the passage of tho Lodge Election btll. ' - Island I'ark, Harper's Terry, The flnost pleasure grounds in the coun try. Music, dauclng, boating, fishing;, swings, flying horses, croquet, etc., etc., all free. Kvery Thursday from II. k O. station at 10.00 a. rn. Tickets, Including reserve seats both dlrectlous, ft, BRIGGS' E -FOR- SICK HEADACHE -IN ITS- Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms, TESTIMONIAL. L. It. ntlOWN, M. D., M West Jersey St., Elizabeth, N.J., Juae 'M, 1940. This Is to certitr that t have used for some months with rouou tatUfastton, the combina tion of remedies, for neodaebe, known as UrlKfrs Tleadaehe Troches. Tire remedy euro mo-re beadsotiM, especially uoh at af loat Nervous Women, thin anything I am acquainted with, and It this cortlfloato will be the means ot tinnclBff It to the favorable attention 'of sufferers from that trouble,! shall feel that I have does them a servleo. L. It. UltOWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. EoJd by all Druggists or seat by Mall oa He cot pt of frtoe. BRIMS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZABETH. N. J. Yuii WIIIMue Money, Time, 1'uln, Trouble CatarrH ANB WILL CUIIKfHAYFEVEfVjp CATAIUUI BY I'sINQ ELY'S CREAM BULMhay-fever A particle U applied Into each noairll ana u agreeable. Frice, 90 cents, at LirnzsUta by mall, rUtereJ, CO coats. ELY tJKul'UKH3. Sfi Warrao it., Nuw York: . leigib COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Makes the purest, cheapest and best Reef Tea. I'tuaat nwai Huorlnilut!U forNuHjw, Auiuea aud JIuJu Ulobwi. Ow uhuwI of KxUact e( Baaf aaaal to forty i m uava. bm, m sm vaiua t aoiMi CC(-LtC oalv wltb Jutu4 vu LtoblS'a signature as bLuVQ. l:JCtB&BS, iMsMvsatssf hasw snaBU . mmm t HEADACH TROCHES S8A im' j.oi boc T' " a -! -! --... i i-asa I CERES W WU. U. 6AL.T ft 60. The Bankrupt Sale HI AIM-IAI CiTHIl Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh Street Northwest, "Will Continue for a SHORT TIME LONGER. It is the chance of 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 sett'ement. NOTE THE PRICES BELOW: Men's Kvejrv-rav rants, 90c: worth It. All-wsot rants, la Cheviot, Worsted ami Hb Dress rants, In thirty styles coraprwteg Imported ftMTfelt aSTR tIM tl And nmvtl. fpnm t4 In tin. Men's Kvery -Day Suite, $.; worth t?Arth Sft-KO. All-wool Clwvlot Salts at $6.50! worth $1$. ., , .. . Nobby Dress Salts, In twenty styles, eomptlslriR Fanoy Worsteds, CherioW, Osssl mere, Tweeds, Ao., at SS 50 and 0; worth $10. .... Fme Imported Worsteds. Diaftoaals. Oorkserews, Wide Wales, thirty styles, at Jit and tlSj positively worth 50 or money refnnded. , Wo call yonr attention to a nnmber of Merehant Tailor Made Salts whleb were made to measure for JS5.8 JO and SO. to be sold at LESSTUAN HALF ritiCE. BOYS' AND CHELDREH'S CLOTHING IN LARGE VARIETY. Knee rants from 15c. np. Bailor suits, from 4 to roars, at Mo. l-arire Uneof Jlohatr Flannels, serfres, rongeo Silk, Alpaea Coats and Vests. .... Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, forty stylos, atsoo.i worth 11.96. Bear in Mind: Every Garment Warranted to be Perfect In Every Respect and of This Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh SL Below D Street, InCOISTCRED 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 FROM OUR VAULTS We hold ourselves responsible for the quality and perfect condition of every bottle sold. TO-KALOI WIIE CO., 614 FOURTEENTH STREET. James B. Liambie, HHRDMKRE 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. llLWiPwlisi Grand, Upright and Squire PIAXO-EORTES. Special aUe&UuB ot ponUaaers U Invited lu our "SiBW AUTISTIC STVtSM." -SjaiHhT sSxgunvK aw." MAHQb POit HSifT UmonA kaad Haao at AH ftteaa. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Sstact. NEW YORK BUFFET, vttvnuwtmwtv.v!. Isaai asal ruraat faitiifs la Uh stir- ta mag MartT. wittHiwinTnsf s. e. Ktmy a4 Wavy HfrayrUtt, wp a fn - "ii 11 imping nasi 11 1 hi 1 MwamasaiaswaasMMgwwaap rtwB pfllpPSsP sWsff ki WW m tsf V p Wwpp WQtiftotor- 1 1 1 wiuii iuiiwwspswsiwMaaiMiisisisjsjsiaiisjpsi -uriLLAMSM aa L. g WXTg WmUKt iXB if A. 4V S OF- retletytrado Pants. St: worth J. OMlmere, at S1.75, rscalai r nrlM. SS.7S. Imported Vwsteds. Ossslmere, IBM. Better arado, nearly all wool, Hi TRADE MARK.) PRINTING. RAMSEY k BISBEL Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. Talephnf, 76-2. d Every t"V tPsWP W ! m0QK0plj ftm4 to iWCU Wi w. wl Matt tad Taaty paw sis" ipua U " ssini f jposasjpsasjqpspi w 'si!BBBisaww"j "oi rmm m the tun SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS., MLROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Until Further Notice, Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and fill Pictures in Stock Except Artofypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Siwcla! attwitRm paid to Framing, nmlhtlna;, Moviw? and Doxlns rictnroj and Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS., DKALBB8 IN T I 7 7VV AND OF Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK.. ) Corner 7th st. and R. I. avc, Washington. YARDS Y j 3034i south side Water St., West Washington. UI BER YARD FOR SALE. Sprague Square has been so'd. We used the ground for the Storage of our surplus stock of Lumber. The Lumber MUST GO. Come up and get our present LOW - CUT FIGURES. We will sacrifice. The owner has ex tended our tfme a short while. Our cus tomers reap the Lenefit. The Lumber must not be moved, but SOLD off the ground. ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS, LlBBEY, BlTTINGER & MlLLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS, GAS BOILERS, $ MAKE TEA 08 COFFEE 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. 10B SALl WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' 1 ,fiP&n umrr )t That tbwic Bcame raw faEtssiMl . fiw$ Ss I iiiMiTirTii r TT SI tr Alf -Wm. m & c sMzBkBsSSi. jMijpyi; JFAJmK. W i TvlEy B. hl BiTiU BUT YOUE TBUNKS AND IAMESS KITES m xkcAukbt m. v.. ALL KIN DS OF R F F? 1 . f 5 and $ 1 .50; III 10 OB 15 MIH0TE3. BY THl -AS- w 7 bam Mt to oddyjttow' sua- GREAT FALLS ICE COMPAHY. OFFICB 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In KENNEBEC ICE. Out Waawis go to AH rarta of the C ity, Ib!Is; Mount Pleasant OMAJSiK, 87 and MS Look Out for the White Wagons 1 ItAILftUADS. " s-s- y , Haltimorc nml Ohio Ilnilr 9Phednle In effect .Tone St. tax Leare Washington from station rurncr of New Jersey aTenn? and V street Psr CnfCAro and Northwest, Vet 1 itel Limited express dally 11.30 am, ci.iaa 9pm. Fon fisrtsNATt, 8t. Iioala and Indianaiwtn express daily i.W and tl Jo p m For rtTTsm m and Clereland, expws dill 8 so a m and S.40 p m. Fob LBxiKero and points In the Shenandoah Valley, 11 0 a m. For WiKmrsriB and way stations, S.30 n m. For LraAT, fSM ami 3.10 p m For BALTtroBE, week days, Coo, fll 7JS0 r ,M(3. CO 4S-m1nntes), fl.90. n90. ill.oo, 100 45-mlnales) a m,l 10, 15 .'M 4V tnlnnte), (8.15, 45 mlnntes), 3 2, IM, 4 i', 4. (1.(0, iSmlnnte) S.30 600. 61V G 20, 710, 7 30, 8 35, 9.t0, 10 30 and 1111 p m. Sunday, 4 06, 7.20, 7.30, S 30, 30 a m, (li.00, 45 minutes) 100, ., (8.S0, m'n utas) 3.96, 4 90, 4 Sf, (4.50, 45 minutes) 6.0u. 6.1S, 6 80, 7 30, 8.36. 10", 11.30 p m. For rt'Air STATioits between Washlnatn an I Baltimore. 5 ro, 6.35, 8.31 am , U 10, 3 2 4.W, 0.90, 11.30pm. Sundays, 8 N a m , 1.0J, 3,4.3,6a(, il..iopm. Trains leave nAtTiMonn for Washlnitton, week days, 5.U), 6.20, 6.W. 715, 7), SO0, 8.30, 8 36, 0.30 and 10.30, 10.3.1am , 11 00, 14.10, S 10, 8.3", S 50, 4 00, 4.15, 5 00, 8 00, 6.91, 7.00, 7 to, 8.50, 8 30. 9.00, 10 10, 10.50 and II 00 It m. Sundays. 0 30. 7 IS, 8 TO, S.39 33, 10 SO, 10.38 a m., 1 00. 1 .05, 8,10, 3 30,4 15 S.C0,8.W, 7.00, 7 30, 8 an, 8 30, 10 lo, I0.S0 anil ll.Wpm. Fon AKXAroLtii.0 38 nnd 8 30 a m , 1 i 10 and 4 30 p m. Sundays. 8 30 a m., Ill n m Leave AnuapelK 6 36, 8.37 a m., 12 03, 3.50 pm. Sundays, 8 10 am., 3.55pm For Matios on tho Metropolitan Drancb, to SO. js 30 a m. St. 15 p m. For prlic'pil stations only, tl0.4o a m., tl.30 and ti W pm. Fon HocRvitti! ami Way Stations, tl 15 p ra. Fon OAiTnpnntmo and Intermediate points, 19.00, iio co, tn.ro m., ti.oo, t3.oo. j.35, t0.15. II0.0O, tl 1.00 pm. For L'otd's and Intermediate stations, V.09 pm Church train leaves Wa litnston on Sunday atl 15 pm., Hopping at all stations on Mrtropoiltnn Urancli. Fon FKtnnirK, t6.30, J3.30, $.30 tll.CJam., JI.1R.M W.t 1.30 pm. Fon L'askrstown, TlO 40 a m. and t J.30 p m. TrAin Anniva Irom Clitcajto dally 11.45 am and 4.10 p m: from Cincinnati and st, Louis daily 3.lu a m nnd 3.05 p m; from I'lttsburu 7.10 a m, 5.W p m dally. NEW YOHK PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Ton Naw YonK, Trenton, Nowark, N. J and lltalatli, N. J , 106, 1S00, 'lO-OO, liOO am. SW, l0 and 1lo..lo p m. DufTet l'urlor Cam on all day trains. Slccplnj Car on the 10 30 p m, own at o.oo p m. Fon 1'iiiLAriKi.riiiA, 4 06, t8 00, 'iOM 1300 noon, 'LJO, U 60, a.15 and M0.3) p m. Fon Mwarr, Dol , WllmlnRton and Chester. J.06. t oa a m, iaco noon, i50, 'tan, 6.15 and 10.30 p m. Fon iNTimxmiATE i-oints between llaUlmoro and Phi adelplila, 13 M nnd ir.30 a m t J.30, t.pm. Tbains liave New Vork for Washlneton, ro. tllj a m, .(, J.sc, 5.oo p m and WlsnlRlit. TnAiMiLXAK Philadelphia tor Washlnztoti, l.l .1T. 913, 11.33 a m, tl.10, '131, 5J7!Wpm. I'or Porrox, rJJM p m. with Tutlman Iluffet bleeping Car running through to llouoi vtlllMHilchanKO, via Puugbkoenslo Ilrlditc. landlne pastenuers hi II. A M. station at UoMoti. Fon AvijiXTic Cur. 1(5 and 10.00 am, UO) noon. Huidays, 4.09 a m, li.ounjuj and 10 30 pm. FOIt DAY IIIDOK. Warx pays, 9.16 a m., 1J0, 1.30 p m. Sun- days, 9.S6 a m., 1.30, a is p m, Lkatb Ua v Itinoa, week days, 0 33, 8.30 p m. fcucdaya, 8 00, a. CO p m. tKxcept Sunday. 'IMlly. (Sunday only. Hanctlte oalletl for and checked Iromhu l( 1 and residences by Union Transfer t j. on older left at ticket oOloes, 61U and 1331 Pa. a. aud at depot. J. T. OUKLL. CHAfl. O. SCfLL, Ben. Manager (len Pm$ Aix't. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Double Traek. Splendid Scenery. bteel Kails. MagnlQcent Kiiuipment; In effect Mat It, 1900. Trains leave Washington, from station, cor tier ot fclxth and U streets, as follows: Fob Pittobvm and the Wait. Chicago Limited Expresa of Pullman Vestlbuled Cars at 18.80 a m dally; Fait Uno, 10 via m dally to Columbus and bt. Louis, with bleeping Cars from Pituburs to Columbus: dally, exeei4 Saturday, to Chicago, with bleeping Car Altooun to Chicago, b: LouIs.Chlcgo and Unclnnatl Bxpreas, .150 pm dally. Parlor Car Washington to Ilurrlaburg and bleeping Cars Uarruburg to st, Lonb, ctil jaguand Clnclunail, and Dlnlnz larllar rlnburgto bt. Louis Western eipre-i, at 7. v as dally, with Sleeping Car Waihlng Uueto Chicago and St Louis, connecting dally at Harrtaburg with through b'aepers for LoaUvllle and Memphis, pocllio Ex press, 10.00 p m dtlly, for Pittsburg and the Weat, with through Sleeper to Pittsburg, and nttaburg to CLfc tgo. DALTIMOUK AND FuTOMAO IUILHOAD.' Fob Kam, Canainldlgua, ltootieeter and Ni agara Falls dally, axeept Sunday, 8.10 a m. Fob Kbje. Caaaadalgua and UnohMter dally; for Duf alo and Niagara dally, except Sat urday, 10.80 p m, with Sleeping larWasti l8toa to llotlwutw. For WitUAxcroHT, Lock Haven and Elmlra, al 10.69 a n dally, except Sunday, Fob Wiluabm-obt daily, 3 30p m Fub l'muDHrsu, New York and the Bait, 7 JO 9 00, UOO and It 40 a ra, 2.10. 3.15, 4 3D, 5.49, WM and 11.49 p at. On Sunday. 9 00, 11.48 a m, 3.18, J. 15, ISJ, 10 00 and 11 a) p m. Licked Bxpreea of Pullaun Parlor Cars, 9.M a m daily, eieept Sunday, Fob Nik Yobk on. Limited Express with Dining Car, 510 p. in. dally. Fob Pbilaubu-mia oely. Pat Express 8 10 a m, vteak-daya.aad ijOOpm daily. xpre&i. SiiMay only, i.ttpu. FoBbuMuv If bout change, 3. 15 pm erery oar. Von JUBoaaxTS, N Y., all through trains ron iuet.t al Jrrwv City with boata of Brook I ya Annex, aSotdlag dhraet transfer I j I u: t jq S4re. avoidlag double ferriage acrodi Xw York Illy. Rib AsuaTW Citv, It 49 a m week -days, ll.ao p n dally. Fob Btumeat. M. T 99. 8.W 9 00. 9,10. w oa jo.su,n.a9aiuin.w. uos,io, 3ij ja 4 C9. 4 SB, i.m, tM, 6.49, S.W, 7 4t. W Od and 11 V as CM Sunday 9 00. 9.u-. le.'xl. It W a IB, 119, S.18, J 10, 4.W. ISO, 5.00. 5W,6 0O, 7 40. VUX wi 11. B u. Fob Post,' Csna Lus, 7 M a m and 1.30 pm oally, eacpi sMusday. Fob A kkAMLW, T JS aad 9 J8 a to. li.Ofl and 4 33 pat daily, except Sunday. buudiy3, ) paa. WAbHINOTON SOUTH HKN KAILWAY. 1b aCact Hat 11, U90. Fob at,axaMUA. 4 J8, i.38, 7 45. S 10, 9 45, tt.57 a aa. 1S04 boosTx at. 1.30. 4 , 4 v, o oi, IM. .a6 ad U .99 p aa. im Sunday at 4. a, 7.48. 9.48. UtX, a at. 9.18, iJU, 8 8. and W 08 pas AcMMtot4io4 na tjrATico, 7 45 a m and 4 IS p as wU)k-4y. 7 48auSuudayii. Fen yuriuu astt Uut South. 4.J0 aud 10 57 a j daily. 4 imiiBioJattuB 4.65 i in wok Tua leave Atoiamdrta for Washington, tM 7 te.H.WJ.9.10. 14.13, ll.OT.aru lJO.JUU, Xm, 6 10, 8.4)0, 7 .96, 9J3, V) 37 uid !1 p m Oa Kwadar at 9.19, and 11 07 a m. J Oo, 5 W, 7 06, T.a, 9.99, aud 19.97 b m. TUiaU and lufurimUiou at the ofico. Bortlunut curaer ut TUUteeutUbtietc aud Peiumylvania aveuue, aud at tht b- ,t.ju, wberv order tan be left, fur 1 1 o v In. & ag uf bajcaaiii. W dnttUiUou truui 1. Mo i tijil dwu.es 3 V. jO, GiUfralFa- m i A'i.at. CHA8. X FtGH OvntralMAUar, FOR MM ONLY! 1 BfKITIVP FMLOSTar FAIUNO MA1TKOOD: rSTTTSI? WwiMMufBiHiyuidll aJ Effects J U J.VX1 oflxraniorBloriiMHiaOUwrYwjnf. Hula,.! . aiMi'iuainii. a ...rfi B - - 4 sir, .U. tlk,lllkVS.LoillUH.iM4,i li I SUUI 1 l.i MtiniHIWif BUM . " ! 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