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THE DAILY CTCITI( TIITRHI) VY EVENING, JULY 17, 1890.
The Daily Critic OXTT fiVKOlALS. KflMsHm'S Rorrisrerntor, nnhy Cnr- rhtv, Kl , KM. tMt responsible installment establl hmmt HetmtMhy located at ssn and 9M Seventh sttwi nonnitest, and is now miKitw eat MMMn Fef i iTemstei enrtow, Bab; Carrhafiw, fiod ftT the Ml R MWCltms Of fond needed Mr JIN. WWtfttnM m a cash basis, on easily ISsH Installments, llonfjliton Ci. irnrweesxdenlesl dtieement. In- sssr .Tnt wA fhnfr Isayslsx 1 oak hnrmn. 1 hMstmsd. t SMMh- of fnthr ntilniM. t etea-lsM 2 (lire rrasd chstirsk l it mattress sarrircmhle and lieslraMe articles. I twt a, for the small snm of $25 . iesjt oner is enmrs n a six root ex p table for the trarpristng and anprece NHt U small mn of SH) it . mm oar t- mgtm of dining room snlt. it h a dais?, and lrBr ) Mfoa l almost nominal. . m norsnTois uo. 1SH A 1238 P st 9 W. The Ifittlnnnl 8iUe Deposit Umtwny, tfnr. l(!th St. ami N. V. Avenue. .for Sflrerwsre, Jewelry. La!W, as. and rsLnarilcs of all kinds. HMrtorate Sf rienmK hom for rtSt at iIm ty lowest rates. m IMPROVED RAILROAD FACILITIES. Ihe Sit, I'lensnnt Utmimlttee lo Have a Conference To-Day. T1e committee anpof ntcil at the recent meeting at Mt. Pleasant to Interview 1'retWent Itutt of Die Washington ami Oeorjtetown Itallroml Com pit nr, In oilier to obtain better street car service, wtH meet the officers of the company tbh afternoon. The committee will demand that a double track be laid to 1'atk avenne- that the extra three cent flare be abolished and every Fourteenth street car lie run clear through. Heprcsentallve Atkinson Introduced a Wll In the House yesterday extending the chatter of the Washington anJ Ocorretomi Company to Park avenue, Mt. lMonwnt, and resulting that every oar be run thereto after thirty days under a penalty of fTOO fine for every day oti which such service Is not pro vtiled. OFFICER BUTTON'S CASE. I'ollcemen Mnst Show n Discharge from (he Army or Nary. With the appointment of Harry Hut ton, who passed a very creditable exam ination for the police force, there cornea up a controversy as to hh eligibility on account of not having served In the Army or Navy. Comptroller Mathews lias ctven ns Ids opinion that an np polnteo to the force must show that ho lias been honorably discharged from the military service. If the Attorney-General holds that Mr. Mithcw'a opinion Is good then there will bo n good many more on tho pollco force who will lie Involved beslilus Olllcer Hutton. Commissioner Hlne U laid to have stated that he had been i tlltliilly informed that undor this rule u number on the force would be retired. (lien Kclio Cafe Opsned. Olea Kcho Cnfe. situated on the Con duit road about one and a lnlf miles on this side of Cabin John Ilrldge. was opened laU night by the owners, Messrs. IJaltaley A Page. About 300 Invited guests were driven to the cifo In tally ho coaches. After their arrival an alab ornle banquet was served, and eloiuent aflordlnncr speeches were made by Senators Hlacdburn and Htewart and Mr. flerlah AVIlklns. The cafe Is con structed entirely of untrlmmed cedar logs, and Is situated on n bin II between ihe canal ami the Conduit road. The stiucture 1 a very unlijue and plct utetque one, and was designed by Mr. Klwood Hollowell of this city. J'rll Into Hi ItHer noil llroirnml. The IJUJe Xtll was the steam yacht that cenveyed a convivial jwrty ibiwn the liver ytlurday morning. One of the petty was Edward A. Arnold. When star Clifton Iteach young Arnold fell from the boat Into the river ami wm drowned, ills companions did wit rules him for some time. Informa tion was sent to what was supfosed to be his lMe, 1111 Tenth street, but the bouse was found vacant and It was 0m time before bis residence was dU ceveted. The river Is being dragged to-day, but up to noon the body had not been recovered (!ool Templar Sleet. The Good Templars, who ha ;e been keMlng a series of union meetings, held their nasi meeting last night with Co lumbU Lodxe at its room on V street. Chief Templar Hauls presided, and four sew member were admitted. The ex eieites eoasikted of musical soloe aad choiueea and addiessea by Him. George P. Potter. Grand Chief Templar K'tl Mrom, I. I. Duki aad District Deputy Dr. 0. K. Whitney. A reunion of all the lodges wilt be bebl next Wednesday evening at the ball of Clt imtsU Uklge. Jlartltil la Ilia Court Itooui. Hfehkrd C. Reul and ImoIU K. Mai via were married this morning in the Circuit Court loom by the Iter- E. D. lUiky. 1 he pnrty had Ofviottty pro ctd a Heense from the clerk ot the G6Wt. They hailed from iauiuir County, Vtielata The witnesses to the rerewony were Civtl Service Com !! toner Lyman, Clerk HodiM of Ike Clsinktt nd Messenger Luien of tho KSMtty Court. ctufln ucie After tae martlsae the eoogrntuiMiHi uy HukUHus i'enaUi. The following building petsntte were hwued to-day: Y- J- Btooke, oust thua stoty.hsiek deiUg, 331S O street aottn west, to cm! ,5uu. J. It Walton, mm eto) wfotss to 7 Seventh street north iscot, to euet 1.5uu. i. A. Dempis.y, SM Iwe-etety frame dwelling, BUdens bwg rood, to cost MM, 1. Tosfrfer , twetatf htlek mMMm to tol U street noetkweat. to eat . E. R. Hlcher, 0 frame dweitioe oo Fifteenth street, KjtymdUi g TyM4 e lotgeil eycugsioo of ihe sonso s4 vlsot nill in mojiy eosjisne hat Use 'which ensesstve nnnmnilimi have bmm Htv TWmMSa lOmhcS JtOCSiMSMf , t t . m. nml 4S o. m. ImMv- una seta tnree csowan on aoaasL tsmthor trio trig he moaU faomiho if at.wp. m. Met ajtat itUl a ri"r Tu keso cuui 'Icmk totwrt FottaorV VWe Coeom iftlOf - , 9 M3tfiag Ikjnaes vese Ismod to-4tf i, tti. Li V. HM aa Levb Ml viu butu f Ifjwiuier Cmittty, V. k u.4iibei M Johnson nasi Luey E. fetos-iL-.,. u b--.fi of VasaiAgton, D. C , K,id rifguo. Slotui County. Kh dud ku. Uuudrich ol Wyoming, Jofco A Huyc. uf Washington, DC. end Aluh M KiitgoUdi of Ftttdorkkbwg, iaviui i Ms iuiu'i jtmfMof tam ehooM Amuiu BASEBALL GOSSIP WASHmOTON SKCU1BS A GAMS FROM THE TAHrKTBMB. THE ATLANTIC XSSOCMTIIM MS. A Mw1if it Nv Tort IVNigkl- Litbre te gi k PHem-TlM Pkjwi' LafWi Mte Tt-Biy. The Washington vi-ete prtwentetl with a game by th tell end Httrtfont ( bib ywlenlaf. Hirers were a pleatl ful as blackberries, ami to this Is dt the victory of the local team. Onr men conk! not hit the .ball at all, only two hits being made off Staib's delivery, nillllpi pitched a good game, ami al though he was Jttd hard, matmged to keep ihe hits scattered ami win his unr. Hattftnl Haml a miterable fielding game ami the only men who did not make errors were the mitflehlers ami the pitchers. A rRRTTT RACK. The contest for third place between Newark. Worcester ami Washington h m-comlng interesting. The three clubs are so well bunched that should Wash ington win to day and Newark lose the local team would go Into third place, Washington plays In Worcester to-day, ami In order to gel ahead mint defeat Cudworth's team. Newark Is scheduled for Hartford and the chanres for Us Winning are excellent, so that for to day at least Washington mnv have to content Itself with passlne Worcester. It's a beautiful race ami ought to attract food crowds. Baltimore" and New Ittvcn are still see sawing about the head, but the Connecticut team Is in the lead and likely to stay there for some time to come. A CKtStS IMI'KNDISa. The Atlantic Association wilt bold n special meeting nt the Fifth Avenue Hotel, In New York, to night. From nrosent annenrancea' It looks na If mtv. crnl of the clubs would not last much longer. President Uradln Is quoted ai saying the circuit docs not look as sato as It did n short time ago, but that all uibv pull through. Regarding the Jersey City Club Mr. Ilrndcn stated that unless the patronage picked up tho club could not live and might disband by Monday. Worcester Is In n worse wny, nnd lias announced that Saturday's game will eottlo the fato of tho club. Tho attendance has not been large enough to pay tho uuirran lec and tho directors nro tired of going down Into their pockets, and at a meet Iiir yesterday nfternoon decided to allow the matter to rest In the hands of the public. The game with the Ililtl motcs will be a ltcnefit with the tickets at one dollar oarh. It Is expected lit this way to ralw fundi enough to tide the club over tho season, and there Is some hope that the project may prove successful. lly this It Is easy to perceive tint the Asm elation Is In a bad way. The Hart font club Is not drawing tiles, and In fact New Haven and IlaTtlmore ore tho only clulie that are making ex peres. To night's meeting may deter mine the fate of the Association for the remainder of the season. Tiik Critic at the beginning of the season, well knowing the wtaknessof tnlnorleagues, pointed out the means by which the Association could have survived the tcafon, and predicted at that time that if the Association was continued on the old basis It would soon meet with disaster. There Is nothing gratifying to And that prediction on the etge of fulfillment. When baseball mm, Inktead of selfishly looking out for their own club to the detriment of the others In the same league, will try to lay down ami carry out a policy mutually beneficial to nil, we shall hear lees of the disruptions of minor leagues. In the malor ones co-operation in one sense or the term Is not practicable, but in the minor league it is, and time will prove that it Is the only salvation for those bodies. Itlchter's millennium plan, probibly the meet cumbersome, but at the state time the roost feusible scheme ever originated for the uplifting of baseball, should be applied to the minor leaue. Co operation and magnanimity will do more for them than Isolation and self ishness. Yet you cannot convince baseball magnates that that Is not a tbe oty. and they will persist In following the old beaten track and prove living monuments to their own folly. The Atlantic Association has a com pact circuit, and has the grandest op nottunity to prove a factor la base hail, such as no other league ever possessed. For years the Katera League idea has been maturing, and men who looked to the future of the game have constantly agitated It Had the At lutitic League povid the fealbility of the pla by remaining together and pi' .'jiiirg, as ii might have done under olr it million, a sectional league wt u d have surety followed next seasoi. 1 LU U while the Atlantic missed lis grip Whethtr it eon recover and pre vet t the breaking of its circuit ueoea Is on i L e clubs tbemse! ves. A wUltngnam tu help each other will undoubtedly opuate to that end, and If the delegate to tu night's meeting are wise they will tbn w aside selnahnem for their UuihU ttal club and strive to devise meaju that shall beneftt all. rt-sYEite' LKAotK Msjeruiu. Tho Brotherhood kohls a special meeting to day, awl Us delibetatioiis will bo stously watched by those who believe thai the tosuc andcionied dU r up ton of that cfgaaiiation ks about to follow, it is psetty generally under ttood tool swssi will he considered to peovhie nsmnjGial sisistanio fur at leaM two of the clubs and poeeihty tho tram, f er of oste of the clubs to another city. Theouttook for the players knot so rosy as h was last winur, sad a brosk in the lines can be looked for any dy. raamrt at Um JhiMfc, Th fallowing pro nmrne will he leodescd be the Maria Band ni the j mentis Watch Kw eaoi &o. u Ousuvm. "nu Btaa' The f'llnlihnf ftimifbmiy CoBfertent mr CfesioneS Oavotw "Mums' ' Biatioaai Air, 'ttsil t'irfijiiiWe" " wjht A A bKMtd iaae U this U wkkb Uv, ittAAsA so tWcUy ua shttJty tiUu, tuwtu and viU4s ' Amhi them all, with ovci luctcwiiug pmnthulljf sod bJilulis., Is I. nN'i tiukhw Medkal Uncover), gtvug bof sod ciuMtr wbete there i mt eee mm! $tyti. Whecevar these ut h maoits these i MtgUyaoM, whtimivor there ut sogi ttmce Is the 'nam fpUf & toU neatmt Auk Imhojjt. Consumgaoa toivUtsnd to the early stoicM of Me ijeessti. rhwwt- Nasal Catanh. Alt to tf gtiinav lid Uf w &mmm yivJ4 to it I U uu dftitt af tlna Mflrlrd uk lllsTlAe. ssnftnAA nasmjeSF w immi ap 9 SJBJIBnfmw crfhy U U ju-ua-ifr'-d to Gun b wtm ag tor hkk n u rui i.rBrmirisii i ur CIVIL SIRVICB EXAMINATIONS. Ihere are Kot Very Many lillstMes from the Snntbern Staten. The nwnher of eHgtMes em the regis ters of the Civil Setrtce Oommtsslon for most of the Southern State Is not sntUcfeut to meet the demands of tire affwrtronment of appointments In the Departmental service of Washington. There is also a lack of ethrtbfes for tin fM way Mall Service from most of tmwe States. To itipply these defktenctes the com mtoston has arranged to hoW extra ex aminations at the places below named on the dates specified: Lexington, Ky., Jtrty 28; Charlotte, N. C, Jaly 41; Lonhville, Ky., Jnlv 24; Natfivllh. Tenn., July 95- Columbia, a. C , Mem- Shrs, Tenn.,ami St. Ixuis. Mo., July 6; Little Hock, Ark., ami Sfacrm, Ga , Jnly2?; Montgomery, Ala .andShrere pmt. Im., July 30; Birmingham, Ala., ami Dallas, Tex., .Inly 31 ; Atlanta, Ga 2 Angntt 1: Chattammea, Tenn.. ami Hotiston, Tex., Angnst 2; Knoxvtlle. Tenn., ami New Orleans, La , Augnst 4; Jackson, Miss., Augnst 8. Oxford, Miss., Angnst 7. Examinations for the Hallway Mall Service nlw will lie held at lllclimond, Va., July 28, ami Lynch burg, Va., AtiRttstO. In view of the large number of ap pointment soon to be made, those who pais a creditable examination will probably receive early appointment. Application blanks may lte obtained from the Civil Service Commission. Washington, D. C, and may be pre sented to the examiner, duly executed, at the lime of examination. No special examinations will be given at the above named places, except for special pension txamlner and medical examiner for the Pension llutenu. He Is In the Workhoino. According to a morning paper, Wil liam Pongee, has puw.led Tils friends by disappearing. He Is a colored man, who formorly lived In Prlnco George's County, Mil., but recently m lived with one of his daughters on N street, between Fourth and Firth. On June 2G It Is stated that be mysteriously dis appeared. On July r there Is a record tbnt he was sent to the workhouse un der the name of Follngcr, and is there still. J tun Over by Hti Ice Wngon, Olllo Farr, whose parents roslilo nt No. 2817 L street northwest, was run over by one of tho Groat Falls loe wagons on L street last night. Dr. Newman, who attended tho child, pro nounced her Injuries not dangerous. LEMON ELIXtrt. A ricmant Lemon Drink. For MtloustieM ami constipation, take Lemon Elixir. For Indigestion and foul stomaeh, take Lemon Elixir. For tick and nervous hettdaeUes, toko Lemon Kllxlr. ForleeiIeMn ami nerveusn ess, tnke Lemon Elixir. For ioes ot appetite ami debility, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, chills and malarlci.take Lemon Kllxlr. Lemon Elixir will not fall tou In any ot the above illMnses, all ot wtiteli arlee from a torpid or ititeMeil liver, stomaeh, kidneys, ov. it) or ttlooil. Prepared only br Dr. II. Mon.sr, At lanta, (ia. SOc. and ILOO per bottle. Sold liy drug gists. A l'rnmlnent atlnlnter Write. After ten years of great suffering from ImllKMtlou, with great nervous proetratloi, UlloUttiets, dleordered kidneys and eonstl ration, 1 have been curetl by Dr. Moilev'a Lemon Kllxlr, ami am now a well man. Hev. U. C. Davis, Eld. M. K. Church, South. No. i Tatnatl st Atlanta, tia. An Atreealilo Hlieecll, from M Xtw Vrk Am. JIIm Iledlngote Mr. Ponsonby, you are very quiet this evening. Do say something agreeable. Ponsocby (with an effort) I feel all out of sorts, nnd I believe I'll sty good night Mis Redlneote (archly) There ! I knew you could say something nice If you tried. Hot ami Mill a heating. To keep cool ilrlok Kobert 1'ortuer's .Vienna Cabinet Weer. You Wlll.Smo JIOIIKJ, 'I line, 1'ulii, 'I'ronlilf, CatakrH THE Ctir v-nfX rCArooV CDimHE anu will cure fHAY FEVERS f'ATAIMMI I&4 H' BV CilNO ELY'S rC CREAM 8ALMHAY-FEVER A particle U applied Into earh nn-;trll and U Biff it-able. I'rlce, 60 cent', at I'raslata: by Bull, rUittstereJ. bO cenU. LV liU' illKRa, M Warren at.. New York, le.gib COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF Makes the purest, cheapest Beef Tee. end best liiMMl Httut Uuturiufclwik t'ur Suutw, luuwi uud Mode utbtM. doe poimd of aUtrect of neef etjaai to fort r peumts id lean beef . of the vnMw f buul Ucnoum only With JllltMl MI iOt' iuIuj a$ bUottu. JAC-- (ceres Mp logtgJUU. SXgkXI&u. msiiBui-i BHW r WW WQB0m 1 seeawp m 5SS" 15s nW ?psis ssssseg r Wll. M. 6AL.T & OC, The Bankrupt Sale TIIL0E-IA1 CLOTHIN Which Has Been Going On at 311 Seventh Stfeet Northwest, Will Continue for a SHORT TIME LONGER. It is the chance oi a lifetime to bay Clothing at these prices, This stock is from a large manufac turer who has faifed, and must be sold to make im mediate settlement. NOTE THE PRICES BELOW: Men's Kvery-Dar rant, SOe: worth It All-wool N rants, 11 nts. In Cheviot. Worsrteit ami Rtie Drees Cheviots. SS.W 8S.S9. l um! iniriy me, tvl : wotth from Men's Erery-Dav Salts, is.89; worth All-wool Cheviot Snlts at tt 50; worth Jla. Kobby Dress Salts, In twenty styles, comprising Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots, Cftt mere. Tweeds, .. at M.sq and 810; worth $. .Flnelmportoil Wonteds, Dtaironali, Corkscrews, Wide Wates, thirty stylos, at 81 ami SIB; positively worth J80 or money refanded. We call your attention to a number of Merchant Tailor Made Sntts whleh were made to measure for m, 1 10 and $45, to be sold at LBSS TUAN HALF PRICE. 'S GL Knee rants from IRo. np. Pallor Suits, from 4 to l years, at 60e. Larre I.lnoof Mohair Flaunols, SorRos, Tonitoa Silk, Atpaea Costs ami Vests. Men's Seersuokor Ceats and Vests, forty styles, at 30o. worth t.. Bear In Mlndi Every Garment Warranted to tie Perfect In Ever Respect J anil of This Season's Production. GREAT BANKRUPT SALE, 311 Seventh 1, Below D Slieel, A LUMBER YARD FOR SALE. SPRAGUE SQUARE HAS BEEN SOLD. We used the ground for the Storage of Our Surplus Stock of Lumber. THE LUMBER MUST GO I 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. ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LIBBEY,. B1TTINGER & MILLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. Grand, Uf right and Square PIAXO-FORTES. Special atlem. un o( purUiagera U Uivileti to cur "jkBW Atmvric vm.sa." 'ialkl la Bastes of MAMm HK KUUff &aatts4-lsas)d JHaswM as All ftfctts- Wm.Knabb & Co., S17 fcUrkei Sjnc. SB9eeDiaBBaBDBaaassiBBBaHtaBaaBgMBc MUTXW a-VA MBHTJLVltJJIia. NEW YORK BUFFET, sBM nvunam, yf milHTlTftW. ffi 0. 4jsys4 Hy iBif ftKW HM SMNMNU imp WJTOtJPWl" ' " "" sv "Bi ls&stft Osf VhfiMsHsWal tJL flkMsWBa. BF& TP FBP F F P -OF- ) netlerlOrado rants, 81 worth S. 0m Imere. at SI.' reenter &.. compnsra - rise lmnorted Worst' Osssvflsre, Ah'.. .s - IB.60. Better Rrade, nearly all wool, Sit PRINTING. RAMSEY & BiSBEE. Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. 'jfflPJPi'wifi 7"i fW JBRPPfc sw w -9 'WsRJ tflMH?!Kt;rfe ste MMfeHi Mi Hiy SjAhI Tarty Jiiaiia mm m the mi SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MeB L ROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ors, Photographs anJ All Pictures in Stock Except Molfpes at 20 Per Gent. Discount. Speefol attention paid to Framing, negthllnff, Moving and Boxing Pictures and Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS, DEALERS IN LUMBER MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS. SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL WORK. SCornt 3034. Corner 7th st. YARDS south side James B. HHRDMKRE, 1415 New WASHINGTON, D. "C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS,$!.f5 and $1.50. 1I1KE TE1 02 COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people, just ihe stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALM WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,' Ly J&i Kmm tTt That Tgwwc BCAttf: ntow tfnssj's f5sTB " hhrOisJ' -t7 I'MSim ' BUT Y0E TETJSKS AID HAEIESS sVslBaSslBSPBBsl "NfLrfss iKPM Jjsl jEli .Mi AM, KIN DS OF AND I and R. I. avc, Washington. Water st., West Washington, hambie York Avenue, !H 10 OS IS MIH0TE3. BV Till -AT- sT'sbI SBm Rp? r F fc fe X GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY. OFFICE : 924 Pennsylvania Ave, Wliolessfe and Retail Dealers la KENNEBEC ICE. OW Wagons go to Alt farts of tho lit j-, lmiosinK Mount Pleasant 0AVtS9, m and Mi Look Pot for the White Wagons I iiAir.rtOAiis. Italtituorc and Ohio Railr Eobedole In effect Jnne St, ISM. teare Washington from station corner ot New Jersey arenas and V street Fen ChtoAso and Northwest, Vct'huled Ltailed express dally 11,30 a m, exiiross Pon CnciiwA, St. Iwls and Indianapolis exnress dsily S. ad 11 .30 p m. Fgnl'tTWBran and Cleveland, express datt 9 90 am and 8.40 p. in. rB .MIN9T0N ana poliils In the Shenandoah Valley, lUOam. Fen WiNrnmiitand way stations, tf. 30 pm. Fon Ldrat, ts jo and 8.40 p m For IHLTiMonr, week darn, 4 C5, !! oo, 8 V. ?J!0. 7.0vS.CO 4.Vm)miteV. 8.10. 9 W. (11.00. ll.oo 4s-ralnntei!) a. m , 1. 10, 8 is ( w 4' mtantes), (3.15, 45mlmit'), 3 as, 4 . 4 n. iM Uifl, 5ralqntw) 5.30 8 00, 615, 6 30. T.10. 7.S0, 8., B.f8. 10 30 and II 30 p. m! SHBday. 4C5, .30, 7.30, R30, 0 30 a m. (lteo, 45 minutes) 1.00, 2.15, ra.50, 45-mln nte)35,4.,4 3t, ri.no. 45 minutes) B.0J. e.15, e.ao, 7.30, 8.35710.3 , 11.10 p m. Fon Wat SrATiojn between Wnhlofrm and mitlmore. 5.00, s.35. 8 so a m , U 10, 3 25, 4., o.Su. ll..10pm. Snndays, 8.30a m , 1.00, 3 5, 4.32, S 80, 11.) p m. TnAtNs lkave IIai.timoiik for Washlnffton, week days, 5.CO, 8.20, 6.30, 7.1S, 7.30, R 00, 8.30. 8. 15, 9.30 and 10.20, lOAlnm . 1J00, 12.10. 2.10, 2.3P, 2.B0, 4 00, 4 13, 5.00. 0 O0, 6 SD, 7.), 7.0, 80, 8 30, 9.00, 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 p m. Snml,ir, 8 30. 7.15, 8 30, 8-, 9.1), 10 20, 10.J5 n m.. 12 00. 1.02 10,230,4 15 5.00,6.50, 7.00, 7.30, 8.2 8 30, 10 10, 10JM and 11.00pm. Fon ARNArom. 0.35 and 8 30 a m., 12 lOand 4 30 p tn. Sundays. 830 a ro., 4 12 p m. Leave Annapolis 6 35, 8.37 am., 12.05. 3.50 n m. Kum!r. a SO n m . .1.M n m Fon Station on the Metropolitan Branch, 1030,1830 a m,1.15p m. For prlielpal stations only, tl0.40 n m., M.30 and tijd pm. Fon RocKviLtr. ami Way Stations. t4 35 p m. Fon OAiTiir.niiomi nnd Intermediate po'nti, 10.00, JlO.CO, tll.C0a m.. tl.00, 13.00. 35. 19.45. Ito.oo.tmopm. ' FonEoTp'aand lntcrmedlnto stations. 00 pm. Cuoncii tbaim leaves Washington on Sunday atl 15 p tn, itopplnR at all stations on Mrtropolltan Drnnch. Fon rnmnnu k. 10.30, S3.30, 3.30 til. 30 am., 11.15. t3 30,t4.30pm. Fon IIaoeiwtown, tlo.40 a w. and 15. TO p m. Tain AnntVE Irom Clitcneo dally 11.45 am and 4.10 p ra; from Cincinnati and Ht. Louis dally 3. to n m and 2.05 p m; from t'HUbunr 7.10 n m. 5.60 p m dally. NEW YORK A mit.ADELPniA DIVISION. Fon New YonK, Trenton, Newark, N. J nnd Ultatiotli, N. J , '4 05, 18 00, 10.00, 12 00 am. tw, 4.50 nnd lo.ao p m. Budct 1'urlor Cars on all day trains. Bleeping Car on the 10 ao p m, opf n at o.co p m. Fon 1'miJnr.Lrnu, .06, tS00. 10.00. 12 00 noon, 1.60. 4.50, a.l5 nnd 10.30 p m. rJi J1KWA Do1 WllmlnRton and Choiter. J.05, moo um, woo noon, U.w, l.50, 0.15 and I0 30 p m. FoniMTEnxxniATE I'm between Haltlmoro nnd rhliadelphla, 13.00 nnd 7.20 a m. M 50. 1.20 pa. TnAiNg leave Now York for Washington, I?.,cY.H'-?4 B m- -(w' '3X 300 P m 12 15 night, Traiks leave Philadelphia for Washington. 1.21, .15. 9.15. 'ILK am, 11.10, '131, 5J T.Wpm. Fon L'otow. 20 p m, with Tullman lluffot bleeping Car running through to Iloiton without cbango, via I'ougnkenpsle llrldgo, landing paaaungsrs lu II. A Jl. station at lJOitOU. FonATLAKTia Citt, 4 (5 and 10.00 am, UM noon. Sundays, 4.05 a m, l.'.W noon and 10.30 p m. FOU HAY HIDGE. WrtK ats, 9.15 n m., 1.30,4.30 p m. Sun days, 9.35 a m.. 1.30, 3 15 p ra. Leave Hat Hidoe, week days, 0.30, 8.30 p m. MiDdayi, 8.00, 9.G0pm. IBxeept Sunday. 'Dally. ISunday only. llggige called for and checked from ho trlnil nsldonces by Union Transfer Co, on otders left at tluket office,, 619 and 1331 Pa. ae. ami at depot. J. T. OUKLU C1IA1. O. SCt'LL, Pen. Manager tlfn.l'as,. Ag't. Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. Donble Track. Splendid Scenery. btccl Halts. itagulflcent Equipment; In offeet Mat II. 1800. Trains leavo athlngton, from station, cor ner ot Mxtb&nd Uitreets, a follows: For l'jTTrfBuno and the Vet, Cldcago Limited HiratM of Pullman Veatlbulod Cars at 10.9Oa m dally; Ft IJne, W.Wa m dally to Cotumbu, and hi. Loult. with Sleeping Curs from lltttburg to Columbus: dally, except Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car Altooaa torUcsgo. st LouU, Chicago a ltd ClucluBatl Express, 3 30 p m dally. Parlor Car Waltliro to lUrrlaburg and Sleeping Cars llarrwburg to t UmU, Chi jiKoand Cincinnati, and Dining Car liar rlburg to M. Lout. Western Kxnreas, at 7.18 p m dally, with kleeplag Car Wahlng toBg to t blcago and ht LuU, connecting dally at llarrl.bure with through Sleepers for LouUville ana Memphis, Pacldc Ex prM, 10 00 p m d lly, for Pittsburg and the "f t.i1T,ii t,1,,ouJ!.h. sleeper to Pittsburg, and nttsburg to CLIt igo. MALTIMOltE AND PuTOMAO lUILnOAD.' Fob Kane. CanamUIgua, Kochester and NI. agara Palls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m. Foh Kair. C'anandiilaui uud Itoehester dally; tn wuwMfunou ., uailjr, .AV.Itl Q414 urday, lO.tiO p tn, with bleeping Car Wash- lugtou to lloohe.ter. Fob Wiluamtoiit, Lock Haven and Eltntra, at 16.50 a m djlly, except Sunday. Fok Wiu.iASiroRTaallr,3.30pm. I'oh PttiLAiHiLrHiA, New York and the Bast, 7.80. 9 00. U.W uuJ U40a m, 2.10, 3.15, 4 A), 5.10, 10.00 ami 11.20 p in. On bunday, 9.00, 11.40 a m, 2. w. 3.15,4 20, 10.00 and 11 20 p m. Limited ExpreM of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 a dally, except Sunday, Pub New Yomk oj.lt. Limited Express with DuttBg Car. & 00 p. ia. dally, Fob Puilamiuhsia cwlr. Fast Bxprs S.10 a ia, wtwkdays. atul 4X0 p m daily. xpres. bunday oaly, J. to p ia. FobBumok wlibout ebange.SlS pm every oav. Fob ttaooKrrx, N- Y., all through train, ooo set at Jrmey Llty with bout of UnMiklfi ABUix, aCufdlSi; direct transfer to Fulton Mrswt, avoid lag duublo ferriage aoroaa KewYorkllty. Ps Atlantis Ostv, IINih week-days, 11 M p m dally. Vwt Baltimobjl SJS. 7 20, 8.H. 9 00, 9,U, 10 00 lsfisLltiMaitlll.Waia.Utl6,210,3l i JO, 4 . 4 . 4. Ml. SJB. S.M, 00, 7 40, 10 ui and 11 M u as. u Sunday 9 00. 9.us. levj. u to 0). -, J. 14. SO, IM. 4.20, 5.U0. j W, 9.00, T4. MS- -,Td 11.20 PH. FsMt Pttrs's Cmuui Lu.x, 7 J8 a sa and t.10 p ra staily, exsMuil. uiuiay. Po Avuihum, 1MA 9 JO a u, 12.06 and 1 23 !M daily, euupt Sunday. Iuudas, I JO pm. WASHIMOTCkK SOtTHBHN RAILWAY, la eSTswt Mat 11. laao. Fob AlSXAkBAUA. 4 SS, (.36. 7.45, 8 40, 9.45. njgm.w swob. ua,it 105.139.4 126.96.36.199 01. SJW, W.tl l-t and 11 SO d u. (in 9muuUv at l. iu. 7.4S. 8.4S, HL57, a 10.U1B.SJ!, 02. and 10 06 Baa. sa. trsmsmoBAtioB oa tiUikTuxi.T 15 a m and s-asi pan wests -fluus. t.jo a m ouaaays. Fett Skwmobb aad tW South. 4.30 and 10.57 a ni daily. swMisMtindittnii i.H pm www. Tsui leave Ateisjutria for Washington, Si 7.05. M. 9. JO, was. 1 1.07, a m. 1 20, 3.M, 3.50. S.W. S.06. TJKi, 9.20, 10 37 and M oo p m On Sunday at .W, and ll 07a at. 2.00, 5 ID, 7 06. 7.29, i .28, and iSffl p m. TkkaU and lufurnatiua at t:.o oflica, aortbea.t earner of Thu-ieeutb urc. L mat Fuutsyltanla ivwue. and at the attiuu, wluttv orders tan, be left fur tbeihckiuuf batfgatfe to doeluuXlun f rum boteb a.ud rol (Uucls. J K HOOD, General Part.Liei AjtiilL t'HAS. X Pl'GU. t.iuctaJ.MAiiui.1. formeiTonLy: 1 BAITIVP Fur LOST orrAniMO UAXUOOB. A rOdllif C 6teBis4 IfWrotW BZSUSrt; t-rTT9'C,WMkuurfBo4ysaHui Xftects XJ s auaj olvniorEjuM.sacsuiQSflur xuuac. Dirr.U, oHlUX.lSUK'tUd-liUUlU.lsa AfiEIS 'Sum. ii..-i .1, umrnaiut bubs iitA4iar-n. i. u 4 1, o i.,iirV frum llRUbi, TrririM. ami tutnu tuunlr, tawj &. Aoatta. Utt SMittSTU., ? f Ai8, SVV I pieacnse aaa four doiu III u tn oati apacia 'or iho c. tfciucart ui lUiji a naA . U IB, .KALTS.V V D We have sou Wt U (as KIVD U UfcU. ul UI tactloa B. Ii STl HK Ca. I L..UU. IU Sl.M. 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