FIUD VY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1890.
The Daily Critic
rlngr., Hie , Kie,
. TMsresmoTtslDie lest aliment etahiihtnent
rfceotTBlfy located at W and S Seventh
gWW nvtglrwwt, and is bow fflyMftt cat
WpEWII nfefrfffSSfatOT, BBhy C&TTlslM, (MM
all wlgrHww of gnods iMwiTcl for the SB'S -ggt.
9WBrttM on a cash basis: on easily
UBBRhton . bnprevmtente!
il is com en ta.
vt .Tint mart tlMlr neivafM
1 Mk tmrean. 1 Mdtod, 1 mtn-
1 Mtf of feather pillows I extra lane
Ma, f One reed chairs, 1 wire mantw
wiihmm aim isrrme unions.
I tm ilar. for fh mll mi nf itl ISA
nmnitmr oner n cnairs an i a six ro.it et
tetiwop table for the snrprl.tng and nnpraca
drawl rtce of tte.oa. And again, o fan
Bfsw the atnall snm of $W If o, see out 7
5j Mk drnlng room unite. It is a daisy, wd
la anea Is almost nominal.
W. H nnrmno A Co.
MI8 1M F St. !. W.
The National Safe Deposit Company,
Oot. lflth St. nnd N. V. Avenue.
i9aTaaa .for Stlvei n'nta. Jewelry, Statues.
Fine ws and ralnaMea of all klnls.
Ctoim mMtorato. Safe deposit tnsm for
raat a. the twy towert rates.
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A DESERTED FOUNDLING
Taken In Charge by the Humane So
A rery pretty while Infant was found
In Ihe posemalon of soma colored peo
ple la Southeast Washington yeatertlay
afternoon. Some remarks were made
In the presence of Officer Wilson of the
Humane Society, which calle-1 his at
tention to the matter. There Beams to
lisre been a wrangle between a numlter
of colored people aa to whom this at
tractive while babe belonged.
Ofltcer Wilson took the child ami
turned it over to the matron of the
Foundling." Hospital, where it is now
receiving the !et possible care. There
Is no complaints that the Hlgglns family
tntstrentnl the babe, on the contrary
they were doing everything possible for
its comfort. It Is not an uncommon
thing for n newly born child to be left
on a door step, or In an alley. The
basket In which this Infant was found
is also In the possession of the Humane
Society. It Is a very plain, ordinary,
every day delivery basket, nnd there are
thousands like it In Washington.
A simple little piece of pasteboard
known as a tag was found stuck away
between the laps. This little lag gives
the name of a prominent grocer In
print nnd written In ink Is the number
nnd addross of a well known family in
Washington. This tag Is retained by
Sirs. Hlgglns, and sho told her neigh
bors about It. It was from this source
that the humane ofllcer gathered his In
formation more particularly. This col
ored woman, with her natural Instinct,
knows that this little piece of (taper tells
a big tale, and she proposes to use It.
At noon to day several ladles called
at tho Foundlings' Homo and asked the
i.tlvllene of looking nt the child. One
Isily in particular, who was In half
ir.Mimlng. wss very much affected. .She
flrseted the cheap linen dress. In which
the babe had uvldently been attired with
a I.w to deception. She tried hard
nut to make her feelings public, and
vi re it not for an expression she made
white MIr. through the halt at the
linme no conclusions could have been
"That woman Is In trouble," was the
rimark ptl by the matron, -ilia
was driven to her home In n close car
riage. To Atluntln city ami Gape May, nml
Iletum, via Pennsylvania It, II.
Saturday, August 9, the PenitsvlranU
ltallioad will tell excursion tickets to At
lantic City and Caps) May at $8.50. Special
tialn of Pullman sleeping car ami day
coaebea will run through, without change,
via TreMoii, arriving at couvenleut hour
Iteturaltig, tMttlal train will leave Cape
May at 9 p. m. ail Atlantic City at .:)
, Sunday, 3d, for Washington via
Tisatoa. Tickets good via all regular
train via Camden until Monday, Inclusive.
Union Ve Urn ii Union,
A sew comma Rd of the Union Vet
eran' Union, confuting of sixty-three
me mlxus, was muttered in at the At
lantic liulkltug last evening by Depart
ment Coruuamler Welch. DennrtmeBt
Mustering Officer Hook Installed the
following officers. Colonel. William II.
Michael, IWuleeant colonel. It W. Cal
houn, major, J. W. Duttott; surgeon,
lliuiyi-efl, chaplain. J. E. Clifford,
officer of the day, C. I'. I'lalt, otHcer
of the guard, Y. K. Wake, and quarter
master, Georeu Wheeler. The Cow
maml will hold lis meetings at the
Grand Army Hall on the second aad
fourth Thursdays of each nvoatti.
Oprru of Mlloeeaolo" at Hay Itldsc,
for the balaaca of this weak Um opant of
'Boecacio" will ba rasHiarail at t-tis eavana-
li y ratcMt, by MfaM Ilalaa JuOtoa, luUlwl
t.) Mr. KduarU Webb.
(IU KB UUIIUIT Ttl.
fctty three BseMbersof the LancasUw
Cbttapeake Club, with a uaad arrived
here yeaterday on their own steaiuar.
'J be club is conuofied of proasiaeat
I u.laM sjmI profkaaioaal taven of Lib
t aH r Tttay are r a pleasure trip, aad
Lava vMied rthiMH, K of folk, Rtett
n.aad, aad otbr bjscm of iataraat, aaal
Lava kad sa eajoyablc liaut. Taay
lmva this evcaing for Biltluuxa, aad
th.ia taka the trau far hassw.
Half Katta l t)hluc aai Uatura via
I'uusa) IvattU l.alllwit.
For tha benefit of tboae dasitfag t" vitst
ttiiraoa du-iug tu antatlag of the fssH
- i b lUl-toul , ladepeB,lealaeT af UU
tiilows, Aacaat a to 10, taa rVtauaylvitaU
Kailiaad Uasvpaay will loll excna-ii
tu.Wasa to Caicafu at auurla Vu lot tka
louad trie. TtckeU will Ea sold Aagwat $
to a, tajis, tar staasa umu ummms n. una.
licMss wtu art t aoaioasa.
l'-sfe Ansa UkJcagu aalore A
sud tie I'UK'baa-ir aouat ba ideut
ti ticket atsanaw at LWcaao to v
IM-tttmnic aX a Ky.
Laat odavt. about o'clock. Will
IJiowsj. a white boy, IS yean of g,
who Uvea la Odd Fellows' Kail alley
siuiaaaei. was sbowavad I Use Etatara
Breads, batwaa. Ike new bridge aad ,
iht woss-s- The hoy had be, la 1
LaiUsat wk a awaJtef of osJaer lUUa I
fillosn aai was iM.ldaa.Jjy tiktm -U i
1 1 asaaa. anel lnv-N-$e asMf ajKaasaAvea coatlil '
be itvea was dsowaad. Hta body was ;
iicjawsNaaaile'eJa-aa. at Um tent of K !
su-et atuffceasS- ajai Uae Ceeavar was
raal at- Joaas Ii BalaoJ&: gut,
Hce, aad sae'd a tbe belie of Uw tuwa,
weaa't tut esse -biug.''
tawtta aatvaa ao aad M ia mudaasaat
a aas bjot. aaM haa uiad a dwaaa
ea aaat iiolbtii-r SS-nlHTia bat. f ott ouci'V.
ndie sv. Ust Ut skanai't taake U
easaa9aaab-a fMw oaw W ba afowasl
jar. If eae bad ttaed O sVage's t star-
edy, ibf- would ba-e Uaaa -Kjlbiuif of
.lad at-d, tot U will mc cateck esary
U YosuiK, Use 11 t welsU, Da
as a lek-a. la waich b aiatea tkat
.1 as ruhea-BIII- OS Wedady STaS
11. iid not. k says, hsvra ay-
, i t -.nail M.ratcs var Ua lea
ii ui umwi Joe i'leUae. tut
!. . u. oiKl aad give bias. 4e
. .. ,. beat uf u la araigh.-
v o UjL, aiMl to IkUi
NOT TO DISBAND
rREMATURE RETORTS ABOUT
HOT TIMED OYER TO MR. SOLUTE.
Tlte Playtrs BW !. tomrt Tlwir SWa-
rrei ami Refwesl it Owfiste-Will
9t SeUM Tt-MotT-W.
The Wsthltigtoti Clnh yesterday lost
aitodrer game to th Ifw Harens by a
clot scora, prlnrlpslly throngh the bad
nii)lng of Hill in the third Inning.
Underwood pitched an excellent game,
with the exception of the third Inning,
when the New Haven men slml up his
delivery and managed to bet out si.,
rerw, a'ded very materially by Hill's
two errors. This was sufficient to win
the esme, although the home team
.dayetl a great uphill contest, ami came
within an ace of tielng the score In the
last Inning. Doran pitched In fairly
grfd foim, although he was rery wild,
ami, besides hitting a number of men,
sent a number to bases on balls. When
he did put the ball near the plate he
proved decidedly effective and the
local men were unable to bunch their
Donohuc playid an excellent game In
left field, as 'did Oleason at short.
Lang's -hort field work was the feature
of the game, and his rapid pick ups and
throws elicited much applause.
To day the club will play the Leb
nnons, the new club that was admitted
In the place of Worcester. Philllns will
pitch for the home team and the boys
are confident of being able to win a ball
from their rivals for the fourth place.
TUR STATUS OT TUB CMMI.
The renorta that the Washington
team is lo disband or is on the vorco of
a collapse are, to say thcleast, decidedly
premature. The statement, also, that
the club hnd been turned over to Ted
Sullivan by Mr. Howclt is llkowlsa in
correct, and while the genial mnnagor
has been telling a number of Tils
friends tho story ho anticipated what
would havo probably been done. Tho
club Is still In tho hands of the assignee,
and It can be definitely and author
itatively stated that it will hot be trans
form! by him beforo to morrow, at the
looncst. Neither will ho disband the
tho tiam. There nro other parties
hd.Ious to get control of It besides Sul
livan, nnd unless the manager of the
club can show that he has some finan
cial bucking there Is little prospect that
he will obtain the loam.
As for running It on the co-operttlvo
plan that is alt bosh. The men will not
cnunt to such an arrangement, for
ihcre Is no money In It for them, nnd
i lie urceitalnty that they would rocelvo
anything at all. Severn! of thorn could
get engagements with oilier clubs, nnd
unless they are paid will demand their
ii'lcaies. Thlsdl-posesof the co-operative
Now, n few words with the people
who ate doing more to Injure this city
as a ba.eball town than any other
cauee. Instesd of helping the game
alMg there are certain papers here, un
able to get tho news, that publish
rumors as positive assertions, without
the slightest foundation for them. Some
tsleiprlilDg newspaper man prolwhly
hcHid Sullivan say he expected to get
control of the team within a few days.
Thtreunon he rushes Into print with
the positive declaration that the team
bid been transferred. The story like
wiutbat the team Is on the verge of a
c llsitee came from the following source:
Mr. Coleman requested the players to
meet him this morning, as it is pay
day, and he desired to make some ar
rangement with the men regarding their
ulaihs. This was distorted to mean
that be proposed to disband the team.
it is not unlikely mat the club will
change hands by to morrow night, but
at the present time It still remains the
properly of the assignee. When the
imnsfcr Is made there will be some sur
pilte on the part of those who think
tbty know the full story of the affairs
of the club. The parties who expect to
get the club propose to try to restore some
of the old lime enthusiasm here aad to
strengthen the team as well at they
can. There are only two months of the
leason rtinaiBlBg, but they are confi
dent that during that time they can
keep the club going and come out with
a balance on the tight side of the ledger.
THK AaSIOKaK HKT.UXi COJ,THOL.
The players were at Assignee Cole
man's ortku this morning, and he stated
to tlitm that there was no money to pay
ibiiw. Tbe tuen refused to conliaue to
play any longer, unhtfe Ihey were paid,
aad tLere the matter rests. Ualees
iotwetblBg l dose by to morrow, the
team will be diabanUed, but for the
pr. m tt, the assignee retains control of
tk tiancbiee aad tka players, sad,
while lUey will play for llidr own
bi tfit this afternoon, a transfer will las
made lo morrow to other parties, aad
the km. will nulali its acnadule under
11 r C'oktuae danitsd very empkjdic
tl) thai iue had or intanded lo liaafer
i U' team to Sullivan Heald tka fraa-ihi-
iktw is so bm property beloagiag
to i be dub that will have to be dis-to-td
or, and aa the aaaigneti has
talked to sell it at private sale, be
will kave to put it up at auction aad
dispose of it la that aaaaaer. Again,
laat AUantic Aatofiatton will luva to
fcipftifler any tranalaf that may be made
If it so desire it can forfeit the
fraJacndae and turn it over to other
parties for failure to comply with the
UKutiiution and rules, but such an
eveat is not likely. The sssinaee re
tains the territorial right of the club,
and the players, even if released, are.
utukr the rules, prohibited from sign
lag else here for ten days, ualeas given
perndstion lo do , and unlaas the team
ahjbuki be formally disbanded, an alto
gather unlikely and Improbable event.
While the affairs of the club are in a
decidedly chaotic state, the lanark will
Ut siiaighu-av-d out in a tea day.
The club will remain here ami noiah
van Attn st.'1-i.i van itk iwi-
M answer aadliven detlared this. eMer
tug that the mdgaga had thrown up
the staaane wad virtually dsbaAaledl the
club. These wee no money to fay the
men, and he said that afr- Wami Mad
ths-a they were free to sign whene they
Bates! ' I have set need the fraa
chlar," continued Ml- Sullivan, when
isifoimcd that the assismn claimed
ansaweeei eyn-ap aMpasaw aaaw saawasmesaF w "''eBeBer.
to stili touirol it- "The eiub forfeited
the fraAchiac when at faiied to meet to
esses. mni due the asMa-iati, and I
have contrul of it The men will
play to day and to morrow on the co
optra-ive idan, and by that time paruVas
wili he found who ul help orgaU- a
atotk comt-any at-d continue the clu'-.
1 have hrmgraw,. from HasU-saa-t
swaske and Managers Barnie m4Cu4
wosnhtt-pVM me to noki the mes b
-clavar. and I am LonnVlesat I can do H"
Then to some variance between the
aaadW by AaaLaai CiH-asann
sjswasWaway w ansamwsjsBBs-ar aawavWa"
buiiivan. tor the ftMsner
dedases U adll pu.e-sai the mmife,
and Ted aa she Ua U Thanw toaVWsdjjr
llndy to be any uouoic jo sajs) nBenw.
i hjwevu, toi lb.. yuoyU wh. -- mu.lu
to back the gamp are as satisfied to use
Sullivan s franchise as they are the
vrnn.e Itelense frtim Mutual Woe.
Hester A. Sweet has filed a Mil for
dlrorce from Austin C. Sweet. The
putties were married April 80, 18W, by
the Iter. P. It. Swet-t, at ihe parsrwafe
of the Metbfldlst Chnrch, Georgetown,
1). C. Mrs. Sweet avers that from the
date of their marriage the comlirct af
her hmtaml has been repreheii-.wte,
his acta of cruelty many, ami that he
has canted her existence to lie that of
drtad and fear. On one occasion she
says her husband threatened her life,
sml In carrying ont his threat attacked
her with a razor, and would have ac
cemplisbed his purpose had not nrotec-
tlfn arrived. That on November 20,
1S8, he willfully abandoned ami de
serted her, leaving her without food or
shelter, ami that she has since been com
pelled to provide support for herself.
She asks permission to resume her
maiden name of Hester A. Wyman.
Work of the Uoiirln,
Court work will be at a standstill
dining the month of August, with the
exception of a week's session of the Cir
cuit Court, Judge Montgomery prwskl-
nig, ami mat win ue merely for set
tling up bills of exceptions. The grand
jury has been ordered to reconvene on
Wednesday, August 6, but it Is not
likely that their deliberations will last
more than a week.
The weather Is hot, and to keep cool
ilrtnk Itol'crt Torlrter's Vienna Cabinet
Ileer. Always pure and good.
BKING due to the presence of uric
ncid in the blood, is most effectually
cured by the use of Aycr's Sursupn
rllln. Be sure you get Ayer'a nnd no
other, and take it till the poisonous
acid Is thoroughly expelled from tho
system. We challenge attentloti to this
"About two yonrs ago, nftcr suffering
for nearly two years from rlieiinmtlo
Rout, being able to walk only witii great
discomfort, nnd having tried various
remedies, including mineral waters,
without relief, I saw by an advertise
ment lit a Chicago paper that a man bad
been relieved of this distressing com
plaint, after long suffering, by taking
Ayer'a Snrsapnrlltn. I then decided to
mako a trial of this medicine, and took
It regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to state that It lias offected a
completo cure. 1 have since bad no re
turn of tho disease." Mrs. II. Irving
Dodge, 110 West 125th st., Now York.
"Ono year ngo I was taken 111 with
Inflammatory rlieumatfm, belnu con
lined to ray house six months. I enmn
out of the sickness very much debili
tated, with no appetite, and my system
disordered In every wnv. I commenced
using Ayer's r.arsaparilla and began to
Improve at once, gaining in utronptli
and soon recovering my usual benlth.
I rniinot say too much In praise of this
w ell-known medicine." Mrs. L. A.
Shirk, Nashua, N. II.
Dr. J. C. Ayer Ic Co., Lowell, Mass.
1'rlM I, li botllM, ft. Worth ft a bottle
EXTRACT OF BEEF.
For Improved atnl eeonosite
cookery, ue it for Soup, .Suticri
ami Jlmlc" DNIifh. In davor, in
romwrflW, and dissolves psrfeetly
clear In water. Makes delicious
Beef Tea and Utp In ali dimalet
for any length of time. 1 lh equal
to to the of lean beef. Only sort
by Justus von Me-
big and bears his
ilguature lu blue
TO ANY MAV,
ot a Li.ua ctllHI TCWtK
A i-arMneiaarrlu 4io'''eacTin-.sfr 1 andU
Sgi(e4'ir I'rli 'uftiiH at 1m itfiiets. by
Ball, reci.iert.l Wit;.H tl V liUOtUKKij,
ib Warren at N..wY..rks
Grand, Upright and Square
Sn.cUl attcuiiun of puri.Uaers U luvitt
"JIW AfcTISTIC bTVLS "
iolbl lu Uaaisas l
UlQUUbT DaCOitATlVK AstT. '
FUsHat VOK MJtblT
aacB4aaad rianoaat ailMnaa.
War.KNABB & Co.,
817 Mask Sac
Mi l -HUM jtNl MJUtTAUMAMTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
Tanrra bnuurr k. w.
Maat anst fasaat Uanaas in ska sr-
4iaav amst n(aw kbaaakaaVMfaata.
wB & 9&
01, IBB! CLOTHIN
2.5 FER OENTT
We are about through renovating our second and third floors.
The mechanics will be rendy for our first floor next week. We
want lo give them all the room we oan to do their work la;
therefore, make a discount of 36 per cent, on all goods In the
kottee. Men's Suits, Hoy's Suits, Children's Suits, Men's Odd
Pants. These are no old stackers that we would be glad to sell
at any pttcf, but are all fresh ami new, bought this season, and
were good value at regular prices.
Call ami look through our stock. You will not be Impor
tuned to buy what you don't want.
E. B. BARNUN & CO.,
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
1003 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Summer Discount Until Further Hotice.
tchlngSi Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures In
Stock Except Artolfpes at
20 Per Cent, Discount.
breclal attention paid to Framing, neftlMlajr, Moving and Dosing rioturoi and Mirrors.
FAGTUREBS OF DOORS, SASH
Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of
) Corner 7U1 st, and R. I. ave., Washington.
) 334i south side Water St., West Washington,
James B. Liambie,
1415 New York Avenue,
WASHINGTON, D. TC.
. It. I4&T CO.
ALL KlUDi OP
CfearMMOr SuaoUl Xot ol OoagMM,
m mm v nliules,
U& iflJIMwIwI fei? Ti 4
fl LUMBER YARD
We used the ground for the Storage of Our
Surplus Stock of Lumber.
Come Up and
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, BITTINGER & MILLER
Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
GAS BO ILERS, $
MAKE TE& 03 COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the coolcing is done you can extinguish the fire.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
JSiiiN 4"y "lHfww amd bchaco! Yoo camV X, A,
waJPKL' Jhusit iti That truwk Bcame froh KitfgssisM
BUT TOUR TEUMS AHD HAElfESS
mm 9 W
HAS BEEN SOLD.
MUST GO I
Get Our Present
! . i 5 and $ 1 .50.
II 10 OB IS MINUTE?.
W W mfmW'KtmmmJg 9mvkw
GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY.
924 Pennsylvania Ave,
Wlwfwa and Rtn Detra ta
Our Waiwmj ro t All Part erf tins CUr.
Inetwltof? Jlemnt nwiwnt.
OALW-90R, m ami Mt.
LookjOulftr the White Wagons!
my s- -
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Dtmlte Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Tfalls. Magnificent Bqnlpment
In effect May tlth, 1800.
Train teare Washington, irom alallon, cor
ner of Sxth and Ii lreet, as follows:
FcmriTTwmiwiand the West, Chloaeo Llml
tt Kipreas of rnllman e.tlbnlofarsat
M 80a m dally; Fa.t Line, 10 50 a m dally to
Chicago. Ottfumnns and St Lonls. with
frleepftg Oars from Harrlslmrgto Indianap
olis, nttslmrg to Oolumbus; A I toon 1 to
Clitea eo. K.lx)nls Chicago ami Cincinnati
Express, S 30 p in dally I'arlor Car Wash
'yjtton to Uarrlsbnrg. and Bleeping Pars
Itarrfsbargto St. Inis, Chicago and Cln
otnnatl.ainl Dining Car Ilarrlsbnrg tost
Ionls, Chicago and Cincinnati. WesFern Kg
nreaa, at T.l.ipm dally, with sleeping Cars
Washington to Chicago and Bt Ixjuli. con
necting dully at ilarrlsbnrg with through
Sleepers for fonlSTllle and Memphis rutl
man Plnltg car nttslmrg to Richmond and
thlcago. racltio Express. 1000 pmdally,
for Flttslmrs ami the West, with through
Sleeper to I'lttsburgand rittsbnrg to Chi
cago BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RKIMtOAD.
Fob Kane. Panandalgna, Rochester and Nl-
agara Falls dally, except Snnday, 8.10 a m.
Fon FniR. Cnnandalgna and Itochester dally:
ft r Unffnlo and Matara dally, except 8t
nrday, lOOOpm, with sleeping Carwash-
Fon W lU-iAMsroBT, Look Haven and Elmlra.
at 10.C0 a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon WittlAMsroRT, dally, 3.30 pm.
Fln.J"!.".tA'!?LrH,A.NBwTof nd Iho East,
J-!2-?o2s.n 'A?"'1 n-40a m, 8 10, 3.1S, 4.00,
MO.I0OOandllSO pm. On Sunday.9.00,
J'.-''0.. m. 8-io.a 15,4 so, lo oo and tl aopml
IJmtted Express of Pullman Parlor Cars.
0AO a m dally, except Sunday.
Fo.S WVoK only. Limited Express with
Dining Car. 5 oo p m dally.
Fon PiuuntLniiA onty. Fast Express BIO a
m week-days and 4pm dally. Express
Fundar only, 5 40 n m.
Fon HyT! without clmngo, 3.15 pm oery
Fon Fisookltk N, Y all through trains con
reel at JerrerUltr with boata of Diooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street aroldlngdoubleferrlago ncrossKow
Fon Ai UNTtc Cirr, 11.40 a m weekdays, tt so
Fon IlAl.TiMonK. OX. 7.S0. S.I0, 0 00. 9 40, 10.00.
lo.to, il coand 11 40a n,U.os, 10,3.1 J 3.30,
4 CO. 4 20, 4 30, fl CO. 8.40, 0 00, V 40, 10.00 an J
11. S0p tn. On Sunday 9.00 00(1, IO.'iO, II to
5 .m'.V' SM- 3'w- 400 W. 8.00, 5.40, 0.00,
'7.40, lOPOand 1120pm.
ion Port's Crkxk Like, T 20 a m and 4 30 p m
dally, oxecpt Sunday. '
ron lAKHAroLtj, 7.S0 and 9.00 am, U.CSand
4 to p m dally, except Sunday, Sundays,
D 00 a.m and l.sopm.
WASHINGTON 80UT11EIIN RAILWAY.
In effect May nth, 1890.
For Aleyamuhia. 4 30, OSS. 7 43, 8 40, 9.13,
10.7n m.lSOl tioon.a OS 3 30, 4. W, I 53, 0.01,
8.0, 10.05 and 11 M p m. On Sunday at 4 30.
7.45, 9 45 10.57, a m, 8.30, 0.01, 8.0J and 10.03
Accommodation for Quantlco. 7 a mand
4.55 pm week-day. 7.15 a m Hutidays
For Kichmonii and the South, 1 30 and 10.57 n
in dally. Accommodation 1.53 p m week
Tiuin. leave Alexandria for Washington. 03
715,810.9.10. 10.15. 11.07 in; l: 300, 3. W.
5.10. ll, 7.06, 9.). 10 87 and II (H n m
On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.C7 a m, a.00, 3.1 J.
7.06. 7.. V and IvJR t. m.
Tickets and Information at tho offlcu.
nortlictitt comer of Thirteenth streot and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at the nation,
w here onlrra can I left for t he checking of
baggage to dtMtinatka from hotels and resi
dents ciiAt. e. rnoir, j. , wood.
General Manager. penl. Pass. Agent.
linllimore ami Ohio Halltoail."
bcliedule In effect June 36, ISOO.
Leate WniMngton from station corner of
New Jerier avenue and O street
Fob Chicago and Northwest, Veitlbuled
JLImlled express dally 11.30 a m, express
FohCicinnati,IH. Lout and Indianapolis
ex! da,Iy 3.50 aid 11.50 tim.
Ton PiTTsBwnu and Cleveland, express dAll
9 o a m and 8.40 p. m.
For Lixinuton una points In tliofihenandoah
Valley, tl.0 am.
Fob KCHTEH and way stations, K.S0 p m.
For Lcrat, UM and 3.40 p m.
For Ualtimobe, week days, 4 fs, 5 00, 8.33.
7J 7J id.CO 45-Bilnutea), I.W. 9 30, 11.00.
lt.OO 45-mlnutas) a. m, 1 i.10. , (.'.lo 45-mlButei,i3.15.,45-nilimtes),
S.SS, 4 W, 4 30,
4.X MID, sVmlantes) 5.30 6.00, 0 15. 6 SO,
7 10. 7.30, 8 38, B.50. 10 30 and 11 30 p. m.
J-ugdayn, 4 06. 7.30. 7,30, 8.80, 9 30 a m.
(lift), 45 minute.) .00. 2.15, (2.50, 43-mln
ute) S as, 4 ', 4 X, (1.50, ts minutes) OjDj.
b.1. e.. 7J0, 8.3V10J . 11 30 p m,
rW r.AX etatiom ltwten Washington ami
DaltliBore. SCO, 6,35, 8.30 am.. LJ.10,3a3,
4,tM. ll.sopm. Sundays.B Warn.. l.uo,
3 t, 4. at, .jo. llt. m. '
THAII.S leave iIaltiuore for Washington,
week dys. 5.CO, H.M, B.tO.7.13, 7.S0.8.00,
8.30. 835, 9.30 and 10.30. 10.33am.; WOO.
1E.10. X 10. E.3-1, X.50, 4 00, 4 15, 5 00. 0 00.6.-JO.
7.C0, 7 19, S.. 8 30, 9.00. 10 10, 10.J0 and 11.00
ft m. btllldar. 8 30. 7 15. 8 30, 835, 9 1). 10 JO.
lM a HI.. U 00. 1 .05. S 10, z 30,4 15 5 0O.S.JO,
FuuAiMALU.ta5 aad 8 30 a m , U 10 and
4 30 p u. Sundays. 8 30 a m., 4 J p m
LeaeABnaMU 8 35, 8.37 am., U 05, 3.50
!. bUBdays, 8 30 am., 3-55 nm.
Pok bTATiui. ol. tbe tletrorolltau Dranrb,
ta3S,tM39 a m.it.U p m. For prlicipAi
tatiMui cwly, tM.40 a m.tl.ao and tVJ
Fmc Kockvillx and Way Statloos. tnipm
Fas OsiTUEiuavuM aud Intermedlata pu'nt s,
t.8,i4it0. tlliOa m., tl.00, tJOO, J,
Fta Buy it's aut luterBiedlata stations, 00
Cuvskh TSA1K UavM Washisgtoa on SutiUy
at! 15 P.m. loppiK at all atatioas on
1.15, tl. so. tl.au pw.
For llAoxiiMttWH, tlO.M a ra. aad t J TO p m.
Tiiau ARBAVE nam CUosgo dally II Dam
aad 4.IU u m; fro-a CUulmiai I sad bt L m t
T.M a at. t J p u dally.
KKW YOKE Jfc PHILADELPHIA DIVISION.
Fo Vtv Yimik. Tf tou. Newark. N J . and
iliuixrta, X. J , 105, tw, M)W,': a)
t l. 'IM us a Buffet
Ptulur lartos alldny train. lUeepIaitar
osi tbx M M p m, up. a at v.oo p m.
Hw FmiAiHtunuA. I96. tiiUO. 10 W. tJSOJ
wwa, 1.5. l 50. 416 and 10 30 o m.
Fit 5.IWARV. tMl, WUaitagoa audLuc",ter.
tM, T0U am, WOO iwoa, .'5vi, ioj,
C16 au4 M t p as. ""
Bast ummnuiiii hmah batwaa Balt:m iru
aad Phi mlalnlilt. t6 90 aad T 40 a m t." j,
TiiAUa abate Kaw York fag WasUazt -i,
to tU.M a m, .. i.x, MUpuitil
TAAMAKaK PUbAtaalptda lor Wasl.iagtin,
4-lss. aa.1V .1. U.J a la. ri , isi,
u Bomimi, M.5 p m wiik Pallmaa Buffet
m p mm v.. ri
a, via nMwstfci
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ua iu,9.Ua at, 1 M, 4.80 p m San
days, ., I, i Up as.
ljutu Pat HuM.a. wak days, (.JO, stlpn.
t-BAtday. 8 on, 8 so p m.
tEziWpt buuday. 'Daily ibun.Uy rnly.
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