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THE DAILY CBITir, TtTERD VY EVENING, JULY 29, 1890.
12 The Daily Critic VITT BFKO IA.JjB. lltMUcn'B itetrlRerators, llithy Car- iltw, Kto , Kte, , TlMrNpmftbinttiirant(ntabiitimpnt n ramtht located at 930 and wm seventh ' wwjwi. na is now nrnwait oat Lett lwrr1tOTatX)irs, Baby CftrrlMF. SflM r npe 01 (town mMel rnr toe sum pn pom on a casn msm, on easily rtnente. Houghton gt tVs'e Unprecedented In ducements. MM4 rmr jrn bl tlM hNMia ItlhHlWWf: 1 ek BWesm. 1 bedsttttd. 1 ail- 4,1 pair of feather pillows. 1 extra lain able, t Sue rved chairs, 1 wire msttrew 9-m svrrraeanie aai aesifame articles, I erwy day, for the small mm of $ 98. "SF .? nrer e cnsjirs aim a it rooiex. teMHjt table for the surprising and nnwrece wiC prteeof Sta.w. And hmb.cm y.w str the mall snm of JTO? ir so, see ottr ? Vfow oak dlnlnc room suite. It is a daisy, and IW prtc la almost nominal. W. H. HornnTnw & Co ISIS A 1S3B F st S W. The Nntlnnnt Safe Ilepeslt t'omtinnj-, Cor. llh St. anil N. V. Avenue. Sa .ror Silverware, Jewelry. Laoea, F (Swilt and valuables of all Wads. CM?W moderate. Safe deposit boxes for rmt at tew very ioweet raiea, TBRNINO ON THE WATBR. Tho Oocstvell Fountain on l'cnnsylvn nla Avcnuo in Use Acaln, Tk white marble fountain at the In terscction of Pennsylvania avenue ami Seventh street, which hm so long been inutel, has at last received the attention of the District Commissioners. To day an onler wa Iwuetl directing that water connection be once more made with the fountain, ami soon a stream of Potomac water will he delighting the thlratr multltiide. The fountain, as Is well known, was. nilBlnBllypn-sentwl to the District by Sir. Cogswell, a temperance advocate, on condition that Ice-water should be supplied at the expense of the city. This offer was refused, but Mr. Cogs well was not discouraged and proposed to build the fountain without condi tion, hut with a statue of himself to ciown It. The authorities refused to grant n penult when they learned of this proposal, so he nbandoned the statue and crowned tho fount with n. flguro of a crane, and so the fountain went Into operation, but, after It had been running a few months, it was found that It wasted water, and Its water connections were cutoff, and since tuon It has been In disuso. FEMALE FIGHTERS. A Colored Woman Strikes Her Oppo nent With n lltlck. On tho commons In the northeastern part of tho city last evening nbout 7 o'clock there wns a desporato nllray between Molllo lUtson and Suite I'ur foico, both colored. They Indulged In a rough-and-tumble light In the pres ccce of a number of men and women, who Jeered and laughed and ured tlam io keep It up. After the affair nad been going on for m me time the IlaUon woman alniok Puiforce In the temple with a brick, making an ugly cut Dr. D. Olln Leach was called In to sew up the wound. Jlollle liaison was arreslcd, but the voraan she hit was unable to appear against her to day. Nov Urnml Army Post. A new poet of the G. A. It. was In titutul la&t night at Grand Army Hull by Department Commander Urcll and the mamliera of his staff. Tho new post will be known us l'hll Sheridan Post, No. 14, and will complete lU organization at Its next meellnjc, Aug, 0. At Inst night's meeting the follow Inc officers were elected and Install!: Gtnree S. Kmcry, post commander, T. D. Yeagcr, senior vice commander, y. W. Fierce, Junior vice commander, Dr. Joseph II. Haves, Mirguon; Colonel Allen W. 1'ratlier. chaplain; S. C. Itobb, quartermaster; llyron V llromev, otMeer of the day; David Glllln. oltleer of the guard, 11. J. Crouch, adjutant; 'William Mathews, sergeant-major, and Lewis Shilling quartermaster-sergeant. MUa Lament's Ilenelll, The benefit tendered Miss Helen La ruoat last njglit at Alhauh's Opera House was a gratifying success to that popular laily. The tiouw was packed und even standing room was at a premium. There were a law number of volunteer laclutlin MUa A I lee Haymow!, the coraetlst, Messrs. llillen awl Hart, who came over from New York, aim Murphy. Hose David. Hub bmitb, Mr- It. K. Uruhara, who sang In the first aud second acts of the opera of the "Mack Hussar," am others. Ml Lament was wHUusiu.tliully greeted, aud itcdveU a number of floral offer ings. A stuck! feature of the oceasios was the perforuMnee by the -Muriae lUwl under the leadership of Professor Boua. Cut Tuo Law la tha Keek, Of late it has beea too frequently taa praetk at ecrtaia woweit of the iUmi Hiukdt to appear oa l'eeuj WanU ave nue attired In dresses eut so low la the ccek as to aUraet aUeallou. There is a htw la exlsteuce la tu DUtrict that the in mtnui shall uot appear oa tUe elreet attired in suuh a maaer as to at tract stteatkw. Yesterday aftoraooa bt-rgeeBt SsdiiiaK anested Cora ilayea. and site fbrfehed 110 collateral-la the Police Court UtU BMM-aicux- HTiupattiUlBs With Sir. Walter. Tk jotuaeysaea wasjoa aad earriajje maliew at Ike Distrkt, at their BMetiag last aight, passed a resolution exMeesiag syasfMky fur Mr. Cfeuwkw Wallers fa his itecal lose by are. Taaaks were also esjinessul to ta uaauiactuiets wks Imsi grasktal the request that aiae umw WMtititirtsi a oky's work. UeM Far tbs Urutul Jury. DavW aciuryer, tike clgMwaker, a acesswt a wkote arrest oa Use eafg cf vielsHss: the later aal Keveaue laws PfsasttMi w yestesoav a cmitic. was held te Hm hoods lor the actios of toe stud jury by Ci Brown. a. Louis Schrver his Muetjr. h, saepaec' Atoiaesa ae ear fstr, sasMhy tW-sla -the pcMe vul ievaaaMtis her bin. ia- Suit a SMJsec f simot hear aaa1 aoar UJ nash fthflitrtn while he is feae ir-iiai ujt M-flesiaisMi litrnm- B; a coases of saif U alsMHi vtth&r- Wwe' rortUPr m ; " every vesatia eaa UMtcoaaaly eiU'fihrfatliis xwriftS" i 'inf iitiffjai weaaeasses jyataaas - ai,d, as the mint tuiue. wujtq , iv. atr vhete syeten to u, .g 1 iBunuiBy A ixm boula .- 'ravorite rrescrskia" U .. :;uefjr wojutu.aola by (itiw- , uiHtt iiMrnui(( bow the . n, - io j0v utkbimtkiB W even . vHi hv nctfaidkil TeA . : .. ' wu vnitltA UU Uu: butUe- . , lAitiXvJJi CMd4 wit kit to. or 4 klttlae te A uul; A lUt wisjiagers d Mm t i . .Ni'.l u&I L'ulcriUy was held b l .li ti; iL-- Fust Bapdai t'Umch WBJ j. L .. ' tr A ibltuUog hiriat) t -i--.-- i-1 ifeeil 1mhu edutainj. Mia. '""- BuotUac Inw aaaaa VHP BBP i"p Jl Jl 1 mW ttit isillit. mltiims sja puaa, SLsjm . cans wsaacuBcaaaai MM wt sMbS. teiteahe& cVsW. BASEBALL GOSSIP THE OFFER OF COMPROM FSE FROM THE BROTHERHOOD PROMPTLY DECLMCD BY THE LEMOC. iTsiMnf hi Qmmn Wiih WrMkrs, 8w llsy SJwsW Be TmW-Lal OaflHR Pwif)ti by Rain. The "Waelilnfiton CIb was niiaWe to play Its setmltital game with the Ualll morea yestenlay on account of rain, an 1 ae the weather Is Just as bad to-day there is no doubt btit that tl g,me wll hare to 1 again postponed. To-mor row the New Haren team will be here f r a series of two games, followed h the Worcester on Friday ami Saturday. In the hlehly improbable event of the game being played today, Phillips anl Mini will be the home battery and Ger man ami Townseml will act for the visitors. BROTHERHOOD lMrCDBIWB. The all-absorbing topic of conversa tion In baseball circles nt thn nnwml lime is the astounding and Impuilent oner oi uio xsew York Werkl on be half of the Brotherhood to the mem bers of the League. It wants to com promise with the League, and so In quiries were addressed to each of tho clubs asking them if tho Playors' IjOnFIln Wmilil rlllinirn Ilia nnmn. nf II. clubs, would It (the League), agree to '"i"" " t-ouiracis anu piay exhibi tion nnillOS at the rnnrlnolnn nf H, S.??n.- .To l,l honor of the Leaeue iiiv..aia uu n wiiu, cacu anu an or mem promptly repudiated tho offer of com promise and assorted that thoy could not nnd would not recognize the wreck- l'llRSIDIINT TOt'Na'8 ltEI'tY to the conspirators was vory apt, nnd Is given In tho following Interview: r0!?1,88"10 uusInoM manngement or tho National League Is concorncd," sold he, "wo nro not awaro of tho ex istence of such an organization ns tho motherhood of Ball Players, nnd hence will not treat with them upon any proposition that may be advanced, licslilcs, nothing has been received from any such association, olTerlmr cither to chango schedule dates and Jl'es. or play a series of gamoa In the rail or the year, after our championship season closts. All sorts of stories nro rife, but the National League Is de termined to adhere to the course mapped out In the beginning of this stnton nnd keep oDgagoments with Its players nnd thu public, IIROAIIDLBM OF COST. To bo sure, money hai been loit by Hi gintltuicn who nro financially In itristcd In our organization, but still not as much as wns foarotl or progno tlcalid when tho plniing upon the dia mond for 1800 was Inaugurated. A rtaton for this Is Hint the salary list In the alIonal League Is much smaller than it was lait year, and one club of which I have a personal knowledge ?2AW,10'0.00 ,hU yr. whereas In 18MJ its salary list aggregated 10,000. President Mralck of Pittsburg paid a tljlns; visit to Washington yesterday, ami In n short conversation he nwured me that every Saturday ovonlng checks nic forthcoming 0 meet any demands that might bo made upon the club's treasury, und NOT A CBNT 18 OWItfO. to a slnelo member of tho team. Ac crmpsnyinK Mr. NImick was a well kuowu builuess man of Pittsburg, and in the courso of our conversation he told me how a friend of his had tried to Induce him to luvest $1,000 In the stock of the Cleveland Brotherhood Club. Bilnit a practical man of buslnees, the PItUburger did not seriously entertain the Idea, and a few days ao be met the friend of the Brotherhood Club. 'Guess I did not make much or an error ia keeping out of the Brother hood stock company," was the aalnta tlou of tho Pittsburg man, -for It dees not seem to be a paying institution.' "1 his Is hut a sample of what I hear dally," continued President Young, "ami consequently we of the League are not uepln awake nights worrying about au alleged opposition. It is XEAULY TWKJilY YgVllg since I was appointed secretary of the League, and if I live ami nothing hap pen I espect to hold the same position for another score of years. Ever since I have been connecttd with the organi sation there have been plottings against It, but it has weathered all stornu, and the jireseut squall Is rapidly ami dally Iwintf any ability to do harm. Under no circumstances will the National League play exhibition or any other Krks of games with clubs not in its i.uiulu.iiou, ami all talk to the coslriry 1- Le u;it absurd nooseaui. All the c- pitul that we rtquire la behind our eiU eluus, aud the player eoBBtituttag ttt Nmluiial League learn are pretty will convinced tbai tbia uatemeat.U foULiUU upob faet." U as oBly a short tlwe ago wbea the eamp lidUmets of the Ilayer' League w. re eueseally deelariag that it wag the League that wasted to eeaaaroailse. N thry have shown 1UE KAL1TV Or THAT AaJmof. They elaha that the offer oa thair part was oaiy put out as a feeler to teat the strength of the League. If that be so aad ao one with a grata of arMw sense eaa believe it they ought to be satiated. The League U doing well, better than it expected, and It hi not ia a humor to coaaproaaiae. The ptopoaitlun oa the part of the wreckers is a rooat iwpuikat and as toundlag one. After rohiaai: iheLeajjue of everythiag it nrwsegsail but grounds b iads that the larceny is not a proot ahte on and returns to the foraur own era with a proposition, to sanction the robbery and assist it in reaping soaut brail float the spoils. This it calls a cooipro-juiae. If they were petty thieves -ho made aueh a propoaltioA and the law could not touch iheut. they would ptojapily be hooted out of the preaeace of the outraed owner, juat as they have beesi kicked out of the couuuuaioa with hoeeat haaeball ocsaAiaatioa Tuia owe, to cottraoMUK hi hut the beginning of the end. The teeters have teat had the tuA of their ihtr, and they are uiakiag ifcperete KMutu to BfOhisg the spotty aw bile Wr. With the eceptloe of the bavKtra and the waon ao osve will regret itfc ihrBiftae, ahd the soosMsr te xrjnn out of exhManee the tuore v aunt- the vaet ay of "i-ehmbajl ifithusiitite viH have tor re joking. The Li-aa ! ordw to settd the re stct of the bail puMU and he f 'insist eel, should do one thing, however Every player who detected Us laohs sht-uld be !ft to shifter himself. Not one of Uicm ahould be take hack, ttehtr tor f-ftiffrfial or pecianiary raaaoos, and the LeaxuT should make a per -petual black lL-a. iiui ah juld not be t rnj-td, tti it anting lu fuiote would be reeheta Whco um-sc ua y-dusitaril? left the Leexue aad btuvrbf fouaHht all atlesafite U timi! hv IsaraT sneaM tey aava up all elaiBM to recof nidon by I Be Xasanue, put theeAatdvei beyoAd &e pale of consideration and, like vipers, tried to kill tbetr benefactors. As they sowed so let them reap. mm AN INV&NTCR, A Oomrmny Trrlne tn Otimptl an As tlenment or n t'alent, A liill lute been filed In equity by tire Kktstro-LibTnllori Comrwny, John N. Webb, prrtden, acstnrt llrerii Sairche, asking for an Injnnctlon to compel him to carry otit his aewsrwat alleged to hare been entered into with the company. Sanche claims to m tlie dltcovensr of an Invention In a method of curing diseases In human beings, animals ami nlants. and had nraellmri with some success In the treatment of yellow fever. In June, is7, at New Orleans, there was organised the Klectro-I-ltn-atloti ComiMny, with a capital $1,000,000. Mr. Sanche was to I paid for his expenses and after the organisation of the ootn puny $2,000 per annum salary and given 25 per cent, of the capital stock, on consideration that he would assign to the company nil title and Interestln his Invention. The company now claims that all their promises mule to Sanche were carried out, but that the Commissioner of Patents does not rccognlre the assignment ns legal, or that they have a clear deed to the In vention. They claim that Sanche has violated his agreement in having ob tained n natent for a trademark that Had been prevlouslv registered and in other respects, and thot he has sold the in vention to other parties. THE TREASURY ON FIRE. Two Wires on the Nmth rront Iturn 1'lorcely. It was discovered shortly after 11 o'clock last night that two electric light wires on the apes of tho north front or the Treasury building were burning fiercely, nnd an alarm of fire was turned In. A largo port of tho fire department of the city responded, hut before all of tho engines had arrived llrcmon had cutaway the wires and extinguished Iho lire. No damage partlcularlv was done, hut tho electric lights o'f tho buildings wcro put out for n while llnther Contly Ammement. Last night Special Ofllccr Kcmllg at tempted to arrest Joseph Caldwell, Henry Ilouck and Jeremiah O'Neill. Tho latter resisted after tho ofllccr had advised him to go home. O'Neill struck tho ofllccr several timos, nnd the olllcer In turn clubbed O'Neill rather freely. In tho Police Court this morning, after listening to the evidence, Judge .Miller fined O'Neill $10 nnd dismissed tho case against Ofllccr ICcmlle. Ilouck nnd Caldwell furnished collateral for np- pcniancc, out lucy lorieueu u. Kxcutolnn Ticket to Inillnim, For the benefit of cltUensot Indiana who tloflie to rt'iclMer ami vote ut the coming election, the Daltlmorc ami Ohio llalltoail Company will toll excursion tickets from WftthlDgton Io all points In Indiana nt tho rale of one limited fare for the round trip. Tickets will be sold July 30 and 31, b!o October 80 and ,11, and will lte valid for i el urn piuige for fifteen days from date of sjle. Hlrurk Willi n Clmtr. Yesterday afternoon Annie Saunders and Louise Brown became Involved In an Bilrsy at No. 130 Third street north last. During the scutlle the Siundura woman was struck ovor the temple with a chair and very badly Injured. Shu had to be tnkuu to the Kmorgeuoy llofpltal for trcatmont. Her assailant has thus for evaded arrest. lalaml l'nrlc, Harper' furry. The finest pleasure grounds In the coun try. Music, dunclufc, boatlmr, fUbluif, snlngs, llln herees, croquet, ete ete,, all free. Kvery Thursday frum II. & O. station nt 10.00 a. m. Tickets, tucludlmr reserve seats both dlrtcllom, It. Jutlco MontK(imerv' ltetnrn. Judge Montgomery Is expected to arilve In the city this evening from Jllchlgan. He will hold Circuit Court to morrow to hear motions, etc., specially assigned- Judge Ilagner will hold a session of the Lqully Court to morrow. eadache IS a complaint from which many suffer 1 aud few are entirely free. Ita cause is indigestion and a sluggish liver, the cure for which is readily found iu the use of Ayer'a Tills. " I have found that for sick headache, caiutd by a disordered coudittou of thu stomach, Ayer'a Pilla are. tlw mtwt re hablu remedy," Samuel C. Uradburu, Worthlugton, Maw. "After the use of Ayer'a PilU for many years, In my practice and fauitli, I am juattfiwl in aaj ing that they are au excellent cathartic ami !h f raedkiiMi eusuinluir all the claims made for them." W. A. Westfall, 51. .. V. P. Austin & N. XT. ltailway Co., lluruat, Texas, "Ayer'a Pilta are the beat wadleine know u to we for regulating the bowels, ami for all aisaawa caused by a dto ordrwl stomach and liver, I sultarad for over three years from Ueadaemi, ju tlii(tuou, and eonstipauoa. I had no aripetita ami was weak and nervous moat of the Una. By uaing three boxaa uf Avar's Pilla. and at the same time diatimi myself, I was comnletoly cureil." IUUiii Lockwooa.TopeVa.Kanaw. -1 was troubled for years with indi Batioa, coaatipattoa. and headache. A Uw boxaa of Ayer'a Hlla, uaod in small daily do.es, ratored me to haalA. They are woBjP and eBeiave." W. 11. SUout. Mttadvflw, Pa. Ayer's Pills, i viuuuaaa sr Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowe", Mass. guM fey sU BragsW ud Itoaltu la UUclae. W WEST OLL47 ELY'S Catarrh rsriu ii i u UAL am asi-MH'WHt rv w 5-ATARHV Jt9 n Ufi 1 U. SI ,000 TO ANY MlN c u,,nim IH f . T " .. M wojt4uttmjj tuSJartL.2 FtJiu CATA1RH u a ! .HAYFEVER; bo A tan l.-g u iM.a.-d mu aacl o Lrii aad la ajpxVM FUoe X ceuU at Vi 'Cjjjjte 5 ick H m OtNHp i aWNriftcl M Waasn at . w Jock. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. 7CI3 L. HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Etchings. Engravings, Water Co'ors, Photographs and All Pictures In Stock xcept Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Frelal attention paM to Framing, Hegildlnir, Moving and Doxlns ricturoi and Mlrron. WHEATLEY BROS.. DEI,KH31IN LUMBER AMD FACTURERS OF DOORS, Estimates Furnishod on Any Kind of MILL Corner 7th st. and R. I, avc, Washington. YARDS J 334i south side Water st., West Washington, James B. HKRDMKRE, 1415 New WASHINGTON, D.IC. THE NATIONAL SafeDepositCo op nrasniNGTOK. CbarUred by Spoolal Aut o CoagraftJ, JANUABT . mr. CHPITKL 9200,000 P08THB SAFE KEEPISG OF VALUABLES, UNDER QUAEANTEK, AMD THE RENTING OF SAFES, IN ITS BUBOLAK AND FtHB-FiMX)? VAULTS. CtoBlakl la Ue P18E-P00? Bmtm0. N. E. Sw.lKh Sirtiad New Yk Its. OPPOSITE B. 8. TKSASUKY. OPPH3B HOOH8.9A.U T0 4P. M. leigib COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF BEEF MaVes Ike ptuett, ebeapest anl bet Btf Tea. rluakt uit UuiurJu;rfcJwti fur fcouiM, One vxmiiuI of Xxtract of Beef equal i -j furtr rutlil4ul lU bed, y ttuUVkUUI ui About 50. Genome only with Julu vm w sbmwii. jcLtJ' Grtni, Upright aad Squue PIANO-FORTES. fclj-. aiicitiun of pnrcliaaara U lu.avJ tu cur -KSW AJiTISTIC STVLtt." Flnlriimi In "tf'yn UKUIXoT DXCOiATIVX AHI." PtAJIO VQU SUIT 17M.KKABH & CO., 84f f rTt f'f R OY' Until Further Hotice, ALL K1ND3 OF WORK. Liatubie, York Avenue, IIOTXX.& .iXU JtJSSTAUJtAJtTll, NEW YORK BUFFETT 6 TENTH STRHET N. W. Btt and FurMt Uqatri la tbe oity. Im- portad dfatn. JAMH6 H. COSTEIiO, Proprletqr. taig-Oo fjlflE EBBITT, WASHINGTON, D.O. Army and Navy Headquarters. Fourlroa Fira gaara. TBKMB-t aad $1 Par Pay. rpBE SiOMMAVDIK, Outset ink aad I ta. a. w., OpfuwUa UePbuioa Sium. IL M. OAKK, n t Pmiiilar. T7II,LAhDS IIOl'ML, NY WASHINCITON, D. 0, O. O. STAPtlK. PtOrtWr. S' T. JAUW BOVKL. XtIWHAN PLAN, SIXTH 6TKSBT AND PA. AVE. h. WOODttUKY.Proprlator MUX AitdLW W alwafu torn beMl 8cad. i&iSNmt HsaH.i wuoJuai iiwut, e stf s Btnor r wt livUNiTVi ftvQA WM. U QA.LT CO. JH N P. AC3NEW & OO yLjji jJ CaAMf't fad CmL mmm & YAJH:Ouc. Hat. UtUtH' LUMBER J A FOR SPRAGUE SQUARE We used the ground for the Storage of Our Surplus Stock of Lumber. THE LUMBER Come Up and LOW-CUT WE WILL The owner has extended our time a short while. Our customers reap the benefit. The Lumber must not be moved, but SOLD OFF THE GROUND. ASPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. L IBBEY, BITTINGER & MILLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS,$l.i5 and $1.50. MAKE IU 01 COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight thirty people. Just the stove stant the cooking is done you rOB SALE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest,' -rlL5& " Jhuht it "Thattbuhk BcAfE TwjwJsm&L BUT Y0U1 TSTJIKS AM I1EIESS 3 -mm s m iweAtb St. V. W . YARD SALE. HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO 1 Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. IN 10 OR 15 MJNOIE?. v to lor summer use, as the In can extinguish the fire. BY THB -1 e n&Kt ta Odd -Worn' Hali, GREAT FULLS ICE COMPANY, OFFICE: 924 Pennsylvania Ave, Wholesale and netatl Dealers la KENNEBEC ICE, Oar Wf?ons bo to All rarte of the City, Ififllttdlnit Mount PiMmnt. OAM.S-, 3TJ and S. Look Qui for (fie White Wagons 1 KAir.no ads. The Groat Pennsylvania Route To the !orth, West and Southwest. Double Track. Splendid Seenerr. Steel ItalK Kaffnlfleent Bqnlpment. In effect Slur Utb, 1890. Train leave Washington, trom stntfon, cor ner of Sixth and B streets, rn follows: Fon rirrMicmi and tho West, Chicago Limi ted Binreagnf Pnllman VmIHihU rv ,i ted H 10 80a m dally; Fast Line, 10 M a m dally to WOVttKir. OnltimhTis nn,l St Tuld .t,K SleepfiiB Cars from Harrlshnnr to Indianap olis, P1ltlmrff to Columbus; Altooni to CWe(i(ro.fct.tionl Chlceeo and cinrlnnatl express, 3 ;n p m daily. Parlor car wash IjSion to llanislwir, and Sleeping Car Itarrfebw to St. louts, Chicago and Cln olnnatl.and Dining car narrlsbnrr to St JiOnls, Clilcaro and Cincinnati. Western Kt pre,at7.4iJpra dally, with Sleeping cara WashlnKton to clileaeo and 8t. Ixrals, oon ncctlnR dally at Harrljbnrtr with thronuh Sleepers for Louisville and Sfetnphis. Pull man JDInlne Car 1'ltlsburR to Itlelimond ana Chleneo. Pacific Br pres, 10.00 pm dally, forrittsbureaml tlie West, with through 81ccperto l'ltlshurs and l'lttsburs to Chl cajro DALTIM0I1K AND P0TOMA0 HAILllOAD. Fon Kane, Canandalgna, Itocliestor and Ni agara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 n m. Ton FniB. Canamlalirun and Kocbester dally; f r UnfTalo and Mapnm dally, except 8at nrtlay, louop m, wltb Sleeping Car Wash ington to Rochester. Fon wiLMAMtronr, Look Haven and Eltnlra. at 10 60 a m daily, except Sunday. Fon WamMsronT, dally, 3.30 pm. Fon rniLAnn.riiiA, NowVorlc and tho East, 7.80,9 CO, 11.(0 nnd 11.40a m, 2.10, 3.15, 4.30. 5.40. loooandll.ao pm. On Sunday, 9.00. 11.40 a tn, s.io. 3.15, 4 so. 10.00 ami ii.ad p m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Car, 0.40 n m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Fon New Yonrt only. Limited Express with Dlntne Car, 5.00 p m dally. Fon Pmr.AUEt.tHiA only. Fast KxptessftlOa m weekdays and 4pm dally. Express Fundav only. 5 40 p m. Fon Ik tun without chaDRO, 3.13 pm every rtay. Fon fnooRtvK. N. Y alt throneh trAlns con nect at Jcroy City with lioats of Urooklyn Annex, n fiord Inc direct transfer to Fulton street, hvoldlnedoublo ferrlago across Now York City. Fon Aiumio Citv, 11.40 a m week-days, It so pm dally. ron llAtTinonE. CM, 7.S0. 8.10. 9 00. 0 40, 10.00. 10.ro. 11 coaml ll 40a n. n.m. 2.10. .1.1s .1 .11 4.00. 4 SO. 4 30, 5.C0. 5.40, 0 00, 7.10. 10.00 unci 11.50 p tn. On Sunday 9.00 9 OT. 10.ro. II. to a m, a.lP. 3.13. 3 10, 4.00, 4 30. 5.00, 5.10, 0.00. T.40. lOOOnnd 1120pm. ' I on Pora's CnEK Line, 7 30 0 m and 4 M 11 m dally, except Sunday. Ton AjiArot.i, 7.80 and 9.00 a m, 11.05 and 4f0p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0 00 a m and i.a) p m. '' WASIIINOTON SOUTlIEltN ItAILWAY. In effect May Illh, 1990. Ton AtKAlHtA, 4 30, 0 35. 7 41. 8 41, 9.IV lOJtTnm. 101 noon.B.OO. 3.30, 1.85, 1.53, 0.01, SIN, 10.05 and 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 4 30. 7.45, 9 43 10.57, B m, 2., 0.01, 8.0J and 10.05 p.m. AcTOMxotiATtofj for Quanllco. 7.H a manJ 48 pm week-days. 7.43 am Sundays. Fon IIiciimonii and the South, I ) and 10.57 a in dally. Accommodation 1.53 p m week days. Thai.ss leave Alexandria for Washtnaton. a.m 7 1 5, 8 U). 9.10. 10.13. 11.07 a m: I JO .1.00. 3.50. 5.10, OCII, 7.05, 9JM, 10 37 and It 08 p m On tum)ay at 0.10 nnd n.t7 a m; 3.00, 5.10. 7.05. 7 W. w and lu.37 p rn . Tickets nnd Information at the oOleo. northeast corner of Tblrtrontti street and Ftnusjlvanla ntonue, ami at tbe nation, where orders can Iwi loft forthochecklturof lapgaiie to destination from hotels and resi dences. ciias. n. pumi, j. n. wood. t-enei at Manager. Oenl. Paw. Aitent. Ilaltimoi'c nuil Ohio Hailrond. Schednlo In effect Juno 99, 1890. Leave Wahluton from station corner of Ttew Jcr.er avenue and V street. For tlucAoo and Northwest. Vestlhule.1 Limited oxpre4 dally 11.30 a m, oxorei 9.sopm. Fon CIrIWKATr. fit. Louis and Indianapolis oxiirets daily S.J0 atd 11.30 pm. Fon ViTTsairiKi and Cleveland, expre dill 9 so a ni and 8.10 p, m. Fon Lexikqtoh and points In the Shenandoah Valley, 1U0 am. Fon WimiriTEx and way stations, ts.30 p m. Fon LmuT, tiso and 8 40 p m. Fub Daltimohe, week days. 4 05, 5 00, 3.33, 7.S0 7.80(8.10 45-mlnutes), 8.30, 0.30, (l.t 1.00 45-mlnut(M) a. m , li.10. -.'.15 ttM 43 UIuule). (3.13, 43-miuutes), 3 33, 4J0, 4 JO. 4M Il.t0, sStoluute). 5.30 (1.00, 8.13, IS. W 7 10. 7.30, 8 SB, 9.W, 10 30 and 11 JO p. m' hunday 4 06, T.so. 740, 8.30, 9.30 a in. Ui.OO, 43 minutes) 1.00, s.15, (450, 43-mIa utes) 3.45, 4 Se. 4 , (1.50, minute) S.Oc. t.t5,'s.!V7JO.8 3,,10.3 ,U.Bps. ' Foh Wat fciATiosu between Washinaton and llaltimore. 500, 8,16, 8..-M a Ul,, 15.10, 3 M. ? S'S Vi? KFk, Bundays, 8.J0a m. t.oo, 3t,4., DjW, 11.30 pra. Thains ieavk IIaltixqrk for Washington, week days. 5.W, 0.90, 6.S0.7.15, 7.iW. 8.00, 8J0. 8 35, 9.30 and 1O.90, 10.35a m.; 12 00, .!. 3 10. 2J3H, S 50, 4 00, 4.15, 5 00. 0 00. S.3)! 7.C0, 7 W, 8J9. 8.V. 9.00. 10.18, 10.30 and 11:00 pm. buudjvs. 6 30,7.13. 8 30,8.13, 9 3 ,10.-Ji. 10.85 a m.. 100. 108, i 10, -.'30,1.15 8.W.8.JJ. 7.00,7 30, 8 i,830, 1010, lOJOand 11.00pm: Fob Assaixjli. S..13 and 8 30 a ta , 12. 10 and 4 30 p m. Sundays. 8 30 a m., 4 s p m. Leao Annaiwlla 6.33, 8.37 a m.. It 05, 3M pm. bundays, 8 30a m., 3.53 pm. Fok Statkues oa the MetroiuUtaa Ilraneb, t.3q,8SO a m ,,1.15 p m. For prtielpaf ttatioiis only, iiu.U a bj., tl.W aad ti.'JO pm. Fok Rockville and Way Stalloas. 1 1.33 p si. ros OAiTusuaoKtf and lEtwowdlaU Mints. t2W,JlofO. tllXOa a., TWO. taiM, ..IS, Fuit L'ou'aua bitbrBiedtate stattoss, 00 Cuiiaeu tba ik havs Washington oa So4&y utl 15 p n., ttoBiiing at all statloas oa lletrafaolitaB Biu:b. il.lk, tS.l, tl.Sil p ai. ' Ftt llniibmiwii, 1 10 40 a m. and t J ,30 p m. Tha in Hiuts 1 1 oai ( hleaito dally lt.ts u ra awl 4. Hi p m; f row CiBebuull avul St. Louis aajjy .t6 a m uad S.05 p m; irum "KUiri 7.M a m, 4.50 p ra daily. Si'BW YOHK i I'UILAUBLFIIIA DIVISION. Fob New Yokk, Trenton. Nswark, N. J., and ittiaUrtti, K. J , "105, tsou, M.W, 'l.'J aw. 54. tJi0 and W.S0 u bi. ButTet PtulwCaMoe alldnytraiw. SkuJjuCat an U IS 30 p ui, oiu at 9J0 p is. Fob Pwlaucumua, 4 W, tt.00, 10.09. 0J Haiti, -jj, 'law,- is una 'JU..W D so. Fes Keu abk, IMl , Wlitakt'o aad OTukOer, 'Afb ti?.BM' uo "' . 'I'39 S.lSaad 10 30 pm. Ftm iKxuucEWATS YtHUtt Uiwuj BaUlmoro aad PUuuMpUii, ts.ui uud jf.Se a u. rt.w, Tkaim have New Yotk for WaiWagtaa, j - a w. iee. 'iJC, 5J P as 4aj t 19 mUBja. Thaaiw MtM HdUdftlpiita tor WaiMaaton. Fum Bofrnm. M 9 m. vUk rullauui Boffitt wilWteluuH, yIm Tftw-ttAwan jIii Mitt. ladl mienttem luITJt if. statioa at fmttsi Ant Aiutic Cut, 4 C3 md M.OB a m, UM aowa. Sundays, 4 OS a so. u.09 bomb aad 36.80 pm. FOB BAY Kinas. Warn, oa vs. 8.15 a u . 1 as, 4.39 lbs- . at s. ia.,i,)niE Lsavx Vax tuM.x, wk days, (.38, 8.30 0 m. SusKlaya, S.Ou, a 30 p as. tSxoept MuuUy. Dnilf. fonday oaiy. 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