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THE DAILY CRITIC, WEDNEPI) VY EVENING, JULY 11, 1890.
TUB DAILY CRITtC Knditftvrs ReTriieeriitoT, mhy Ctr rtre, Kt , Kte. TM reirpotislMe Installment estahll htwnl i centrally located t mo and Sweats s'rect northwest, snd Is now natta out prices on Refrigerator., Baby CarrlSfW. MM nil other lines of gswds needed for tho MMB tnT Snod sold on a ch oust on Mail? vam installments. UoftKhtwn l. UwrnwesJBHted ! The otMM yet. .rn1 rwM.ttrelf'.hafiw"' I n f nrntnire: l oak Mreera, 1 nwmeaa, 1 wain fand, I parr or reatner pillows, 1 extra r nk tW t fin rand rhalra. 1 nwisj mattn n Umsk efvt-eh! and rlAstraMe artiel nuAfnl -?- itft fur f h small anm of SIR Anh Met offer A chair an4 a six foot ex tension table for the snrprl1ng and nnprece dented price of Stfl 06), And Main, c tn yon pare the atnall mm of $W If so. we wtt 7 plrre oa dining mi nlte. ft hi a daisy, and the price it all nominal. W. H HornnTO Jfc Co. lSHA1Fst S W. BASEBALL GOSSIP WASHINGTON WINS THROUGH DANIELS' PITCHING. WE ARE GErrtflC NEARER THIRD PUCE Th Stl Mwtfif tfth IntiMffclwl to Iltetor Up Ite Liw-Stky fianwe ia Miryla4 Kitltf. Th Washington won a frame frm the Hartford Club yeatenlav, but ai Worcester also won it dees not change the rxtaUfon of the team, except thai both are a little nearer llilrtl plMe and gradually pulllfig tip on the lenders. We may yet bare a run for lira prise, for the local club seems to be playing excellent ball. The pitchers are In good shape and Daniels' work yesterday could hardly have been surpassed, Only two htta were made off hie de lively ami those of the scratch variety, lie only gave two men bases on balls and hit one, a remarkable record for a left-hander, and altogether justlBed Manager Sullivan's estimate of him, as a great pitcher When Daniels was pitching bad ball and every one said he was a failure Sullivan never lost faith In him, but claimed that as soon as his arm was well he would surprise people. Sulli van was right, and The Cnrnc doffs Its hat In recognition of the cental man ager's foresight. Our boys also did some heavy hitting. "Whistler loading with n home run and a single. Oloason got In three hits, and even Deacon Hill managed to make n pair. Should Washington win again to day and Nennik loee, both Worcester and the local team would be right on the heels of the team from Now Jersey, with excellent prospects of pawing it I cfore the week Is out. Thus far it Is a pretty race between the threo clubs, hnd within the next two weeks the Hist f.ve club may be battling right around iLc head and seesawing for the lead. If Mich a result Is reached it will prove the financial salvation of the Atlantic AiaoeUtlon, for In such a race the at ttndaace Is certain to Increase. bMOTHKflllOOll IN TH0UI1LK. The Increased attendance at the League games since July t has startled the ltrotltetbood and brought the fact of lis dissolution so prominently be fore I he oyes of the bickers that they ate hastily running for cover. It Is In tlmatsd with a great deal of positive ncss that the League people have se cured the controllne Interest In two of the Brotherhood clubs and are only biding the time when they can make the wreck more complete by letting the tenuis go under. It Is well devised K'litiuu and the lines for It were laid several months ago. The Brotherhood shelters Itself be. hind the plea that the increased at UudaBce at the League games Is due to a liberal distribution of paper, and a sjtecUI meeting has been called to at Uropt to counteract this. Ostensibly this say be so, but the Brotherhood organs are loudly nraUng that that or- gsnimtioB is preparing a bomb that will scatter the League forces. When tbey da this, every est knows they are lu trouble All the talk of consolida tion emanated from Brotherhood sources and showed the line was wavering. Tbe special meeting of the Brother hood hi solely for the purpose of falsing surttcieNt wooey to carry two of tbe clubs through the remainder of tbe season. These two clubs have bees wanting to quit for som time, a ad un less they receive Snanelal aU very sooa will go to pieces. The life of the Players' League depend on whether tbe capitalists behind tbe other clubs will put up tbe stuff to keep the other clubs going If they do that organisa tion nay possibly drift along for another month. If they refuse it will go to pieces is a week Conceived U treachery and fraud, kept alive by wdereoreiiewta tii'U, it out not exist much longer. Altogether it has proved the uoet colossal failure in Um) sporting line, sad few wli! regret its downfall. Sudy bnseball in Maryland received a black eye Yesterday. Judge HcSrry acted s umpire ia the gsjae between Manager fternle and the Stale, (or which tbe pri was tbe granting of a win or mam corpus, ana necuwi sgetut Ike Belttwore mum He not cly ordered Berate out of the game but ifmnitfii hisu to tbe custody of the bherlf. In his opinio be sotd "Bnaehnll is not mere eerc4se. and sot hrteedtd by those who play it to be txttttse. It requires violent bodily Ktttien. It is resorted to ui means of livelihood, and those who play it on &undny iiwltr the conditions staged pursue oa thai day their usual and ac lustonacd occupnti we. Ptaylag a tenwe may be done is playing a Kane. To wait BaBB frif custosuers esd receive jfid stilhis were is tbe ujMyj labor u( m esercbasl. and there i a broad di- t KUi gad tbe case of a single tele out of ibe ordinary course of rttiijnmi So i-tie, tbk VMeg of bnsebail It the walk m4 tabor of the petitioners, and, well this work my dtter in kind front tu&t of the natftwiiaint. BUftrfhaelf or artl i.f or that of the hues hie teUet ox winf), 1 is fctUi tbe work or UJtor of iU. hniehnU Blayer, and ite piirwiit ost i idy to subversive ef tbet rest fi gt dally avocations nbsch, us .gnreTrtr jMkw Baegaure. b L 4isiux bae aee it to i sgte- fjffj It wViBft to Me, is u pbdskAU obvious aM;iuj(of the bi i nte turd hi f uulv fftnetrBfisiwB eh will BMsbe it elective If It be i. tksd end enrroved so as to iaeiud l i at&Ld or servik work it will be i fbJe U KpnreMvfciy few in ice. 1U okfect la ftfovkiiM (j.. f from tbe biuseese ui or . ... vaiiuos ot e emmmbg if u: u Ul tie understood Out ha. l , i.wiug ub tbe u) befoee b . --J I ukw w litxia; is that tbe mi,,, i boM-UeJi ob buadny uader i." umuba bUiut: mm tA tustb. is ,. .. i d .teg bodMy Ubur wttbiu l, ! 1 ,' M ii uf Lilt U.'.U.U. Ye, 4fmk Btwbatt furtBttf' ViuWM i aianet eeer, heesmae it it sternse bbba. THE OUTPUT. TO KMW A MOB mm ArtB WltttE ti m rr. 1 Itl WTO HtV, My betik l one of the mfet I know of. It's ht my southwest vwt pnekeV. And wtten I contemplaag ay thlwg invotvlwf, aw "ontrnit," 1 alwnys think of IM ttmmrk of Artenras ward: "I know of nothing jollier than going to bank, nateM It be coming away from It." Washington bus swnre wry large In st Muttons and some very public spirited citizens. She hn some martmen me itrf Mnnrt men. Now ymt begin to think I'm going off onto some head swi nine gnsh . about mmebody. No. Yen re wrong. If I hnd taken yon to tt e mmmer opera, ami afterward yon aid t were silting in some ailjaoenl cafe, I might quote for rtmr benefit from the Juvenile philosophy of Watte: Be not by adnlatton led aor let advancement swell your head. "Going t Ikink " You sec, I cmphailred "might." I rcptat, I uilplit My this, but not likely. At that particular stage of the game I would bo much more likely to ask the waiter If they handled any of Ileurlcli's "Kxtrn l'ale Inwr. lie d iy "yes." Then I would tieat your oars to a voo.il tymnoslum, and order two twittle. putting much stress on the . Itlwull prolmbly pursue thti outline from two motives. First, to entertain you, and second, to Introduce to you one of the most health ful, nutritious and palatible of all known malt beverages. There are many reasons why many natures are made the better by using stick a beverage as this. In the first place this "extra pale" beer of Ueurlcb's Is brewed especially for the table, for fandly use, for Inva lids, ami for those who desire a harm less and nutritious malt beverage. It la not sold on draught, but Is an aged lietr, made only for the Arlington Bottling Co , by whom alone It' Is liottltxl ami sold. It tt not to be ob tained through any other agency. There Is so difference of opinion upon this point. For summer drinking, In the quiet of your own home, nothing can be more refreshing than this beer piorerlyoooled. It is especially agreea ble as a ladles' beverage, sinking tbe thirst without Injury or unpleasantness. Its nutritious properties have been recognized and recommended by phy slclaus to debilitated mlleou, as com bining, la an unusual degree, tbe de-. sired elements of a strengthening and reviving character. Another point. Kow-a-days, when it's hot enough to bake potatoes on your front door stoop, there's a heap of dan ger attached to drinkables. It's a nut ter on which vou can't be too careful. And every cne knows that beer, at a suitable temperature, Is not only re freshing, but attended with lee danger than moat other fluids. The proper way for you to do, If you want some of this beer for your home use, to to drop a card to tbe Arlington Bottling Company, corner of Twenty, seventh and K streets, or eall them up on the telephone. No. 834-3, and they will deliver It to your residence in cases of two dogea bottles each. Jomk IIkctob tlr. llityue' HtMlgiuitltta Doctor Bayoe has resigned hi posi tion a police surgeon, end Dr . H. B. Stiiekler has been appointed to succeed him. Tbe change will take effeet to day The npeoiBtateBt of tbe latter was at tae Kimiia'ioe or rteprtseuumve ai kinsofi of Pennsylvania. It U ciaiiaed tL at IV Bayee s reaJgnattim was re utiesud a taonth ago. Cowtuissioaer Bine says that tbe change was for tbe best iBtereatsof tbe District. Dr. Biytiu has been popular with both tbe police kb and the firemen. Some of tbe Members of the Medical Aseoeiatioa are much surprised at tbe setecrJoB of Dr Strkkkr to succeed Dr. Bayee, as the former has three Units been refused ad ndrtaet to the atsotUtloe IMsa fastjnrrf sttant ssBSfiM J to A. Edgar, grand yairierck, Bkbnrd 11. SorteU, grand bUb piest. A. 8. Webster, grand senior stnsdea, Joseph Burroughs graad scribe; Joha B- SeUfert, graad treasurer, James E HutMnsoe grnsd junior warden, vets Inst night rkftrd officers for tbe ensu- CrinocsmpuitBr I. O. O. fr stew MMle te fuUBMB buSet kietftng can are now ruiinutK throng'' Mbou ibange, fsout Wtibia&w sBft Bateiwvjse to Bostonu via . 40TLB. aed tbe lub.eepsi brtig The train tun into the B. 4 ht . asatioB at Boston, sad pesaengcH for tbe Wtute MoBntnW tvgwu, Br H Jjtor ssd til bll n t'oaat rtsofti avoid tru6srrliig acQas tbu etty. Tbe teste leaves Washing mi at 8 30 i. . and BaUmore at S. W v- w Aii'- Bbbs te iest is seeseeaBe. Kvbie KuJj bd Jobs Leosatd. bulb of whom have ltu iaed 91) foe rwtsJag usiiteBstd brs, were brought before Judge NtUer this moraiBg for the noB uavment ef tair Aneg. They we eBl rtjuird to serve tern of three BiOBtbs io jell. These ere cases that were referred beck to the Poik-c Court for the bob bbjbsmI ef docket fees- fBB b aiitwee i Bese Cwr. 1MB, Bt- e . T. 4CBBVBB, bv Bllniwafa aannlte. Inan. tmFWnM -"seaer..111 a 'a tSL. BBBjesnwip ."P - i , " m- nrwr " - eflt Bt tbt very lowesTraa. WANDLRINu ABOUT THE 6117. Maine Simmon lletnriM Ilame ami OeetnrM She Wm rst. Jlairte Summon, the 14 yew-old girl who so mystTlotrly d1tppentd from her none on Sntrday mornlfig, h re tnnterl. Her rmrent' were oTetwme with Joy when she reached home yes terdny afternoon about 8 o'clock In com puny with a frfewl who fotmd her walking In the Capitol ground. In giving an explanation for her b mre Mnttfe mys that after leaving her sinter she strolled abont in the north -enstem putt of the city, ami before she nmlteett It she waa lost It happerrwl to occnr to her that her mother had a friend living near the cornet of II ami Seoorni streets, where she went, ami wee permitted to stay all night. The following day she wandered aimlessly about the city, ami In the evening re turned to the snme house ami spent the night. Yesterday she started home, ami was on her way there when wen by one of the friends of the family - , Took tlio Menry nr n Joke, William Nelson was arrested lat night by Sergeant Palvey for the rob bery of $3D from John W. Baldwin of No. 8906 Cleveland avenue. He took the money from Baldwin's Inside pocket as he was standing at the bar. In the Police Cotirt this morning Nel son made the defense that lie merely took the money for a joke ami Intended to return It. Judge Miller mw very plainly that Baldwin was not over anxious to have Nelson convicted, and decided that no larceny had been com mitted and dismissed the case. Low Itntes to Deer Park unit Oaklnnit, During tbe prssent season the 11. A O. It. It. Co. will sell excursion tickets from Washington to Deer Park, Mountain l.ake Park ami Oakland Tor tbe Friday night ami all Saturday trains each week at rate ot J for the round trip. Tbe tickets will he valid for return passage Until Monday fol lowing day of sate. Tickets to Berkley Springs ami return will be sold under similar conditions at $8.60 for the round trip. The O. r. O. Tron l)li Settled. The trouble between the old and new pressmen's union at the Government Printing Office Is practically ondctl. Public Printer Palmer said this morn ing thnt he understood tho pressmen had held a meeting last evening and hnd decided to Indefinitely postpone tbe matter. This notion practically set tles the affair, nnd no furthor trouble Is anticipated cither by the Public Printer or the employes. Tlio hot weather Is again on us. To keep cool drink tlobert Vortner's Vienna Cab inet lleer BiaGGS' -POH- SICK HEADACHE -IN 1TH- Hetvous, Bilious or Congestive Forms. TJWTIMONIAU L.K. UHOW.V.M U.. tt wet Jwser t.. KurTH, H. J-. June M, le. fats If to eertitr that 1 have used fur some niMtB with smell sattataetkm, the oomtrtna ttoa of reeavdlM, for Ueadisfce. known as ttriega' lleadashe Treebes. The rerawlr eeres more rteadaelie, esiieeiallr eeh atat Iwit Nervoes Weweo. tln aartbtiMr tain acquainted with, and It this eorUneate will be the nwaes ot rmelalt to ton fdvombte atteatkm'of iuffir from that trouble, t shall tee! that t have dona Ueei a ssrvtee. t.- It. ntlOWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Hold by all DrtMatots or aent br Mill on K etHpt o( lrte. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., EUZABETH. N. J, You ttlllSuvo JIolll-J, Time, fain, Tionlilo, Catarrh 'TTMEr' frcrro. and wiu. ciiiEfHAYFEVERl CATARRH BV I slNC. ELY'S CREAM BALfnHAY-FEVER, A particle Is applied latoearh qn.f'Uand U aereeabia. Frite, SU tenu. at Ui i.'iuti bv nail, reebtere l, t0 eeoM. jsl Ujt.auBKs, M Warrn St., New Yurk VE LAT5JT KftUAf? leiqib COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Hakes tLe puteat, ebeepett and best Beef Tee, Fiwent imwi Hatm-luit laefe fcn- huHiu, Biii one wt Mus Httie, One see ot urat l Beef eil fo lurtr bssumss uf teen beet, ol tee valne ef smw j?-dAri only with Jiu va Li4Jia' .iuitvuu kumau IbKlgKBB, 1UBBBOX.A BBie WM, U. AX.T A 40, HEADACHE TROCHES PuirroT I"ilf WSA mMm bbbTX 50c Wa( n i it r a iyyaKV I CERES Wmf The Bankrupt Sale - OF TAIM-l A! Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh Street Northwest, "Will Continue lor 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 settlement. NOTE THE PRICES BELOW: Man's Kvarr-Day rants. B9o; worth St. fletterMrrade rants. St: worth M. Ajl-woel rint. In Cheviot. Worsted and OsMmere, at St.lS, regular nriee, SMB. Ffte Brtes -rants, In thirty style, comprlsta Imported VTertteas. oasssmere, Cheviots, sl.75 SsiMi and t, worth from $S to t. , . ... Men's Kverr-Dsy Suits, .; worth SB 80. Better irrade, neariy all woo, SI; worth S8.W. . AU-wIb Cheviot SnltsatS6 90; worth St. ., . . , , . , Nobby Dre Salts, tn twentr styles, comptlstni? Faney Worsteds, Cfeevlets, Rl mere. Tweeds, o , at 88 SO and tie; worth $o. , , ...... , .. Fine Imported Worsteds, Diagonals, Corkwews, Wide Wates, thirty styles, at 814 and SlBr positively worth $80 or money refunded. Wo call your attention to a number of Merchant Tailor Made Salts which were made to measure for M5,jyo and SS. to be sold at LBSSTHAN HALF FRI0B. BOYS' ADD CHILDREI'S CLOTHING III URGE VARIETY. Knee rants from IV. np. Sailor Bulls, from 4 to years, at BOO. I,are Unoot Mobalr Flannels, Sernos, Pongee Silk, Alpsea Coats and Vests. . . .... , . ... . .. . Men's Seersueker Coats and Vests, forty stylos, atSOo.: worlb 1.. Bear in Mlndi Every Gairnent Warranled to be Perfect In Every Respect and of This Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh St,. Below D Street. A FOR M SPRAGUE SQUARE HAS BEEN SOLD. We used the ground for the Storage of Our Surplus Stock of Lumber. THE LUMBER MUST GO! Come Up and Get Our Present LOW-CUT FIGURES WE WILL SACRIFICE. The owner has extended our time a short while. Our customers reap the benefit. The Lumber must not be moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND. A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LIBBEY, BITTINGER & MILLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. Grand, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES. Sieelsl itentiia or punhasera U Invited U our JgeasWf b!oKuti i." MWHi-hiM KsMsat Alt fkiea. Wm.Knabb & Co., S17 Ma Sfuuca. ssssBnaBSBSBBosiiBaaEBaBaainenaais NEW YORK BUFFET, tt VsnrTS SWMMBf si. W isast aat 9mm Uwn t s - te uusi a. easwua fmoBtiar Z SSJL.I rnsUHiVf. Hif PfllsWsr SfJ slsspfs q tun w 1sfr 1" -.!. sWAfWli. IAttdf tMttisBMsVssl IflL BftMiiiiH wnprtofi gtJiSm r-Mt W&Q&$M&t msnmmm - jLITMIi, BER YARD SALE. PRINTING. RISE? & BISBEE. Post Building, ENTIRE SE00WD FLOOR. 9Ufjffi!fl f w3 SfrsKiJUiiw J $m mm m the tui SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS.., KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue, Summer Discount Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ors, Photographs and All Pictures h Stock Except ftrtotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Sfeetal atteettefl pW to FraralBR, Heslldim?, Movtwr aad Bexlm? rietarej and Mlviws. WHEATLEY BROS., DSAtBRS IN LUMBER AND OF .Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of . MILL WORK. (Corner 7th St. and R. I. avc, Washington. 3034, south side Water st West Washington. James B. HKRDWSRE, 1415 New WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS, GAS BOILERS, $ HAKE TEi 03 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. iOB SALM WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,' BUT TOTJE TEITSKS UD IAEITBSS KUBBil I m m. K- W-, Until Further llotii ALTj KtH D3 OF hambie, York Avenue, I . i 5 and $ 1 .50. IH 10 08 15 MIH0TB3. BY ?H1 -AX- 7 i b3m mm to QM-Mkm Hatt- GREAT FAILS ICE tyrMH. OFFICE 924 Pennsylvaniave Whds ami Xetan Oerters i KENNEBEC ICSe, cmt WaiMs w to AH Farts of the OH) nmedrat: Mount Pleasant OALM-9W, tra and m. Loek Out for the Wie Wagons 1 KAILrtOAUS. iialiiiiiore nnd Oliin Rntlr Gebednle In effect Jane M, 1390. Leave Washington from station eotner ot New Jersey avenue and v street. Pan CnrcAoo and Northwest, Vertlhnled United exprei (tally 11.30 a m, express 9.30ptn, Pott Cf scrnSATi, St. Lout and tndlananolls exnreM daily S. and 11 TO p m. For I'rTTtBrMi and Cleveland, express dill 9 30amand8.p m Fob LsxiKfTON ana points la tbe Shenandoah Valfey, it. so a ra. For WiircniwrtB and way stations, tJ.30 p tn. For Lorat, tsjfl and S w p m. Fob BAtttWRE, week darn. 4.(,0!), 8.45. 7jSM. TOlB.00 4S-mlnnte), 8.30, 9.89, (11.00, 1S.00 45-mlnute) a. ra , IS. 10. s.is (i.SO 45 minntesl, (8.15, 45 tnlnnle), 3 as, ). 4 so, 4M ((.to, 4S-miante) s.30 too, s.is, 6. so, T.W. 7.30, 8 36, 9 (0. 10 80 and 11J0 p. m. ennoays, 4o, v. so, 7.30, aw, onata, (be.uu, 43 mianiMi 1.0 45 mlnntes) 1.00, i 15, (S.S0, 45-mIn 3 ,Jc, 4 it, (1 SO, 45 mlnntes) 6.W. 1.90, r SO, . 10.3, 11.30 p m. mm) a fc.lt S.8 Fob Wat Statioss between Washlnslon atnl Hsltlmore. 5.00, 8 36. R.30 am, i 10, 3 4., 6.v. lljopm. Sundays, s 30 a m, t.oo, 3, 1.. eso.lt so pm Traim lsatr DAtTi-Tonis for Washington, week days, 5.00, B !, O.JO, 7.tS, 7.90,3 00, 8.30. 9 36, 9.30 and 10 30, 10 3"-am ; 100, 18.10. 4.10. S SO, 8.90, 4 00, 1 IB. 5 00, 8 00. 6.90, 7.W. 7.30, 8JS0, 8.30. fl.00. 10 10, 10JW and 11.00 p m. Enndarn, 0 30. 7 IS. 8 30, 8.35. 0 30, 10.20. 105 a W., liOO, 1.0S,S10,S3,4 IS &.CO.0J8O, 7.00,7 30,8 SJ.8 30. 1010, I0.B0 and 11.00 nm. For AmiARjtu.O-SS nnd 8 30 a m., IS 10 and 4 30 p m. Snndays. 3 80 a m., 4 ti p m. Leave Annapolis 6 35, 3,37 am., U 05, 3J0 pm. Sundays, 3 30am., 3.15pm. Fon Siatiors on the Metropolitan Ilranrb, t6 30, 9 30 a m.fl.lR p m. For prltclpat stations only, tlu.40 a m,tl.30 and M.3J pm. Fon ItocRTiLLi ami Way Stations, tl IS p m, For OAiTnnRBBim and Intermediate pqts, 1900,110.00, tll.0a m., tl.00, t3.00. T5, 19.4S.jlO.00, tlLTOpm. Tor Eovn'a and Intermediate stations, 00 pm. Church train leaves Washington on Sunday at 1 IS p n. , Mopping at all stations on Mctropolli n Drnnch. For Fbedii . k. 16,30, IJ.30, iM tll.M a m $I.l,t3.r',tlopm. For tlAoci towji, tlo 40 a m. and t J.W u m. Train, arrits Irom Chleajro dally 11,11am and 1.10 pm; from Cincinnati and St. IauIs dally 3. to a m and 2.06 p m; trum rittsburu 7.10 a m, S.W p m dally. NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fon Nxw York, Trenton, Newark, N. J , and BIU.tu.ll. Xr T ( tK AU nrt .Inm .(.m am. a.w. l.to nnd MOJO p m, Buflet l'nrlor Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the 10 30 d m. own at 0.00 ti m. Fon PiilUiliKU'liiA, 4.05, tSOO, 10.00, I200 noon, 1.50, 4.80, 3.15 and lO.SO p m. Fon Newabk, Del , Wllmtnirton and Chester, 1.05, 13 00 am, 'lsoo noon, UW, IM, 0.15 and 10 30 pm. Fon tRTinMiniAVK roisTs between Daltlmoro ami Philadelphia, 15.00 and JT.vW a m, ti 50, IJOpm. Trams mat New York for Washington, oco.tno a m, s.oo, Aac, sooprnaud U.I5 night. Trains lxave Philadelphia lor Washington, 1.91, 'HAS. '9A&, 11.35 a m, 1140, '131, 5J6.T-apm. For UoTOK,.60p m with Pullman llufTet Mceplng Car running through tn teuton wltlmut etinngo, via lottglikoilo llrldjre, landlNK rMonera In 1). A 51. station at Dostoa. Fon Atlantic Civv, t f 5 and to.m a m, 1.0) noon. Kiitilsjs, 4.09 a m, li.W noon and 10.30 pm. FOIt DAY niDUR. Whk pats, 9.15 a m.. 1 x, .TO p m. Hun days, 9 36 am., 1 90,3 15 pm, Lxavx Dat lliixiE, week days, 8 SO, 8 30 t m. bundays, M.W, 9.00 p m tBxceit Smwlav. Dally. Sunday only. Dagmge oallef for and checked trum ho tela al rt sldencr hy Union Transfer Co. on orders left at tloket offices, 619 and 1331 P4. ave. ami at depot. J. T. ODKLL, CIIAS. O. SCl'LL. Pen. Manager or n Pass, Ag't Tho Groat PonnsylvanlaRouto To tbe North, West and Southwest. Doable Treat. Splendid Scenery. bteet Halls. 5tagnlQcent Bquipmeut: Ia efft-ct May 11. 1990. Trains leave W aihlngton, from station, cor nerot blxtbaad U streets, as follows: For rinBi'R and tbe West. Chicago Limits 1 BxpreN of Pullman Vestibnled Cars at lioa m dally; Fast Line, 10 50 a m dally to Oolumbu. and St. IauIs, with bleoplaK Oars from Ilttahurg to Columbns: dally, cieept bot unlay. toChlcago, with Sleeping Car Altoetta to Chicago, bt Louis, thloaga stta oseiBBaii. axiveaa, ami p m aiuy, Parlor Car ' t aining'OB 10 Harris anion to Ilarrlsburi; nd bteeptag Cars llarrisburg to st Louis, (Jbl raaoaad nncioaatl, aim Dining larllar- rwuttrg 10 or. uwu. n wiem jsinrusi, at 7.40 p tn dally, with bleeping t ars washing- toae to Chicago and St Louis, connecting tlalfyat llarrUburg with through sleepers for LouUvllle and Hamphls Paoltlo Ki pteM, K 00 p m d lly, for ttttsburg and the (feat, with through Meepr to PUMbnrg, and PlttsUru to Ctlc igo. BALTIMOHE AND PoTOitAO HAILUOAD." Fob Kis. Canandalgaa, Itocbester and Ni agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8 10 a m. For Ems. t'aaandabrua and Rochester dally; for RaSalo aud Niagara dally except bat urjay, JOJo p m, with bleeping- Car wash lugtou to HoclMHter. F WiujAw.roBT. Lock Haven and Blm.ra, at 10.56 a ui dally, axeeut bunday FOK WIU4ANWOM dad?. 3 30p m Vom 1'Hiu.iHamiA, New York and the Bast, 7J Jia, itwaud 11. W a m, n, His, i jo. .4. io aad 11,) p sa. On Sootfay. 3 00, ll.aio..Hl.ll5,l, 10 00 anil! a)pm. Liwltd Bxprea of Pullman 1'arlur Cars, . W a m dally, exeept buudav. Post Kaw Yosk our, Limited Express with Dutiacc Car. iM p. n. daily. Fo TmiAiMHUA ottlr. Pat Brprwi 3 10 a m, wiwk-4afs. ami 4 JO p dail y Express, bsia4ay osdy. 5. 10 p sa. Ft)BMMMi vtUbuat ehange,3.15 pmerry isav. Put HSttOSLTX. N- Y.. all thfoogh trains coo. Met at Jrr City with bout or Br.uklya Ammw, aaTordlng dteeet tnuwiar tu Kuicou Ut. aYOldliw duttbla ferrUg au.cis Sew Yott thy? Fast Arusnc Cnv, 11 40 a m week days, lljsj b at dally itelAUUMMiS.SJkS.Tikl.S.W 900.9 10.1900, iWi h, tM, CeS, ., tm. 7 , 10 oo ju,i U M p at. DM SmdMy 9 09. 9.u W.v, 1 1 44 a as. In. a.t, 3.30. i.m. i.ao, s.uo. s.to, 00, rS. yoM -jSum pm Voa IWi't Caxxx Lib, ? a ra and fU p ra stafjy, arta$iS Ssianay Post A.Aoua. 7Jad 9.80 a n. UM and 1 31 (.at daily, ascatpt Sluuiay. buiuUyi, iJi pm. WJJiHlitOii bOUTSMstX RAILWAY. ltMAVll. hW- iM. Vmad 11 ap as. On buuday at 1 lu. T.SS, ., 7, as. .,Mt, aj us, aud 10 06 wvm l.STDUW, M u w , . .-,.., FfiH Bw'WWss IM i I the stotttk. 1 V aad U 5; tt asshilly. Mntimn" f -Se ta wtwi Tsujcaa lasve sWtsadria tut Wk-Liugtoa, Tit W. k.08. 1 10. 10.15, 11JJ7, 4 m 1 J4. i 09, tSil. S.W, (.96, 7JS, .ao. 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