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THE DAILY CTUTIO, RkTITWAY EVENING, AUGUBT 9, 1890.
Tub Daily Grtig axir nvjtaiALa. llvr Is Tlif for DftcAnnt? Totr Ttr.rn tt ot r. IStjjWWBr JtMeboard-former prl, 8Wfc mjTYSWMJ, . " RttMMtt CWttmr Suite -s Chttrri, t 9M K ,J TMt-fnnKr price, ; iw M. w swfe. S ttaon-Mniwr isrtee, J5; & "jf only a itae of the MMelsllt I jrtMSutw aim t lws pflrsjs are for aasn I J deviation will be matfa. vt. n. ttavejpmnr m m lM im IMSBFst rf. W. lln.Utens ltfrlsrerntits, llHbj Car- ttatM, Kte., me. . Tnta responsible Installment esMMIshmnnt n centrally located at om and Seventh HfWt northsrest, and now nrnktns: ont .trtcea 011 Refrigerators, Baby Csrrlsarfs. and Ml othwt lines of goods needed for the idt. (Joed sold on a caeh basts; on easily rra Installments. 11m National Into Depwslt Company, Onr. 1 At It St. nntl N. V. Avenue. Menn for 9;verware, Jetvelry. fcaew, ran (moil ami valuables of all kinds. UMUVW moderate. Safe deposit bote for rWM at tne very lowest rate. TERRIBLY SHOCKED. ,00 ISItctrlc Volt I'wi Through a Lineman's llsdy. "William ItoM, a lineman In the em 2kiy of the United Stale Electric Light Coratwny, itistninetl a severe electrical shock last night while placing new car bons la an arc lamp at the corner of Tenth ami E streets northwest. He ac cidentia grasped the wire, and as there was a hole In his rubber.'glove the whole current of 2,000 volts passed through his hotly. Itoes was strapped to the pole nt the time, otherwise he would hare fallen to the ground, thirty Teet below and probably been killed. He was Insensi ble for a few moments, and when he recovered conrtousnes ho unstrapped hltnsolf from the pole and went to a neighboring drug store where he had the charred flesh cut from his (Inters. latcr he walked to the Kmergency Hos pital and had the burns dressed. How say that for several seconds he suffered the most excruciation aeonv. and felt as If a brick house hail struck bliu on the bond, and he says he can realize how JCcmmlcr must have felt when the first shock of l.SOOvolta patted through his hotly. Mom lives at Pennsylvania acnue and Four-anil-a half street northwest. HELP A GOOD WORK lly Doing to St. Allinn's Rnwlnc Society Unrden Party. 8t. Alban'shnboautlfulllttlocburcb, picturesquely situated nn the Tonally town road, the wealth of foliage by which It Is surrounded almost hiding it from the gaze of the pistorby. Its congregation Is mainly n fartilnntblc oiiO, but, like all truly Christian churches, tt has Us poor, and these are locked after by a very oncrguttc serine lotlely, composed of the children und t ting ladles of the parish. In winter, tflKiclally, the destitution Is very great, itt.il M), with an admirable forethought, tLe society determined to make pro vlklon for that time by giving a garden Prly, to which all the charitable and, for that matter, those who may not be charitable, but who like to spend u pleasant evening are Invited. The party will he given on Wednes day uvenlofc next, from !5 to 11, on the lawn or Captain Van .mill's residence, nearly opimalte the church and jutl kouth tit Wood lev Inn. Several at tractive feature will be Included In the evening' entertainment, Including an exhibition of the musical delights of the phonograph. The cars of the George town and Tenallytown Klectrlc It til road will convey visitor from the city. PARTNERS WANT THEIR SHARE, liut Juilco Montcoinary Decide They Cannot Have It. In Slay last Alexander Masher and Lte 1$. Mother, co partner of the firm of 0. 1 O. Clarke A Co., Wed a bill In equity against Charle W. Fiiu, admin istrator of the tslate of Otis l G, Clarke. Subsequently an order was insde bv the Court authorizing the re ceiver, I). I. Murphy, to pay to the complainants one half the money in his band. Yesterday Atexauder Mo4hur filed a petition hlch ullNcee that the order of the Court wm a temporary one and to eouilnu only until the receiver could wet Main and report as to certain facts of which the Court wished to be iufermed; that Mr Fltts has refused to dUclote to the receiver any fuels which imbv be In lit poJWioi and without wiileh the receiver i unable to make an ira partial and tatUfactory report, and asked that under the circumstances the Court wake an order directing the re ceiver to pay litem aa additional $3)0, and here tier two taint of all moaeyj that My cue into hi bauds. Judge Montgomery decided that the prayer of the petitioners must be denied, that We bad grave doubt of the power bl a Justice to make such an order, as bo ettpy ef the petition, had been served i tke dtftesdant or on thu receiver. An IbecbIuu ..Slick." lr, David T. Day, oa of Ike expert is charge el the Mine and Musing Dl vik of the Geological Survey, hat t fCftfitoil In ittakhsg as aluwisuui "tick." It was made at iheattggee lbs of and for Dr. O. C. Ketchum, kf of the Priming and jjiaUomu-y l)i vuioo of the CeiMU Office, and opeas up a mw field for the ute of alumiauas. The fagfoteiw piee of work wm shown to too priateM of Tun Qkitic oJBco toi ftftCMMM, who wi loud ia their ptatKW of to wooderful light, a It bo eody e- fourth the weight of the tnHoty "Mtck," and ha a type isveas UMNsOot fceaiti us It outer edgo- This tttek la 0m liftt ever itxiitt float aluati 0911, ao eofiioifloa light oeoi wh eluxo- TratUoc tMUuM t H alow. 4 trottiog matineo will be gives at reeling, Tuesday. August 13, at 3 t'Utcfc. The gale lii he thrown - mm to the public with the exception he ohh'ftlnOjij ehorMeset will he tie lit 4 iailtiiimi The heat "f"j 4 pocisg UoMos U the Dutrict wlfl 1 Jg "" -iia- ' i KoJoe'sh-Vuttk 1114, WT itoSfefo- Tehriie'hJt. . wt, i. U Meat' 4 g. Otte. T. Laiprch m, t Jomo' h- k- Ltttle Km. tttOJ & JrulOJiig, k J'esich o4 tor few. l i'eraot, tie IV J fen ftuxul. Uk YiM&uu that ha h the ossr eywoj r " gmm "p wpiw of fsflr tK WfB0 MMI riliBj w WmSmbUf 9Mm- KllMKtMfiWfMWIW ( mBpSojP jp owSowiy 9 WpH!" 2? imnMio tmm:- uw r - -c ga nt miinm.m .kk-iwm , fc-ojd ; the Uuet ii , J M)4 Ut (irfW'iWJ, UMJU Gtc4 BtMUUM, UUUtif UfgOT UMM I Uutid otvOo. TUc-j vudf jeitlj hut , GLEA9WTS BENEFIT. It Will Take IMaee nt Wnpttwl r.irk ThH Afterntten, Pulllran Is still mtrrectttat! what to do reganllng the ptartat of tlw Washington's has enough JHItimorc to rchednletl gatiws. He playws here and In make nn a team. but he does not like to rentnre going away on hrs own responsibility. Per sonally and for the sake of his profes sional rermtatron he la anxlom to con Unite, but be reallres that the odds of smrem are against him, and hence he is still undecided what to do. Iiast night he was of the opinion that he wotild make the start for Lebanon this morning, and informed Jimmy Say, Lew IMckerson ami .loeO'Honhe of Hal 1 1 more to meet him at the depot In that city. This morning Ted has gotten back on the ragged edge, and It is extremely unlikely he will go away be f.re next weik, if he does at that time Hill Glesson's lieneflt this afternoon at Capllol Park promises to lie a big affair. A number of the old team con ntwl to remain over to play for him, and this will be their last appearance In a Washington uniform. The Columbia Athletic Club team will plnv aanlnt the nine, and there will be a big attend ance of club people. FOR THE ANNUAL ENCAMPMENT. Ornnrt Army Men rrepnrlne to (In to Ilottnn. Headquarters rooms at Grand Army Hall were filled with old soldiers last evening making arrangements to attend the Grand Army encampment at Boston. It is said that over a thousand people will go to the encampment from Wash ington, over half of whom ore soldiers. The first train which will carry the department stall and 100 excursionists, will lcavo the ll.it 1". station nt 11:20 to-night. Tito staff will remain over to morrow In New York and make n visit to Coney Island. The Old Guard, et cortcil by John A. Logan Camp, No. 2, lions of'Vcternns, will leave to-morrow night. Cotps badges and ribbons were dis tributed at hendquars last night, and the departmental staff were supplied with a jaunty llttlo cap, bearing tho letters "U. A. It Potomac," on tho front. Tho Woman's Itellof Corp? and Poto mac Corps, represented by eighty four ladles, will lenvo tomorrow morning from the Sixth-street depot. LEMON ELIXtn. A lMennnnt I.emnn tlrlnk. For biliousness and constipation, tako Lemon Kllxlr. For Indigestion and foul stomach, take Lemon Kllxlr. For sick and nervous headaches, take Union Kllxlr. For sleepleMnese ami nervousness, ttke Lemon Kllxlr. lor low of appetite and debility, take Lemon Kllxlr. For fevers, chill awl malaria, take Lemon Kllxlr. Lemon Kllxlr will not fall joit In any of lie slxive dl0Ms, all of wbleli arise from h torpid ordleeused liver, stomarli, kidneys, l ciwi-l or Mood. I'lepered only by Dr. II. Mozlkv. At lmilu, (ia. 0c. and 11.00 per liottle. Sold by drug tfttt. A l'iniiiliient MlnUter Write. After ten years of great suffering from Indltteollon, with great nervous prostration, bllloiuneu, disordered kidneys awl cotnll nation, I have been cured by Dr. Moiley's l.unon Kllxlr, and am now a welt nun. Ilev. C. U. Uvvts, Kid. M. K. Cuureli, South, Xo. 3S Tstnall St., Atlanta, (la. C'orner-Hlone f.yliic. TbirGraml Lodge, F. A. A. Masons, will lay tho corner stone of Mount Hcthel Ilaptlst Church, on Wilson siriet, Ilowardlown. at S o'clock next Thursday evening. The order of ox tuUih will open with a hymn by Hev. It. II. Porter, followed by prayers and hymns by the various Ilaptlst ministers of the cliy. The laying of the corner stone will conclude the exercise. Uaturrh Cured. A clergyman, after year of suffering from that loathsome disease. Catarrh, and vainly trying every known remedy, at Ut found a prescription which completely cured and saved him from death. Any suf ferer from tills dreadful disease tending a self-addrewed stamped envelope to 1'fo feeor J. A. Lawrence, SS Warren street. New York, will receiv? the recipe free of charge. Illtten by a Vicious Hoc;, Yesterday afternoon about 1 o'clock Charles Melleilich was badly bitten by a vicious dog, near hi home. No. 1313 K ttreel northwest. It l not thought that the dog was rnad ami no danier la apprehended of hydrophobia. The boy was, however, taken to the Kiner geucv Hospital and hi wounds cauter ized by Dr Hay Jonstipafion, IV not remedied in season, I liable to become habitual and chronic. Dr&s lu: purgatives, by weakening (ha boweU, confirm, rather than cure, the evil. Ayer'a Pills, being mthl, effective, ami Mreugtbeiuug m their actios, are gener ally recommemltwl by the faculty u the best of aperient. " Having been subject, for years, to eoueupaiion, without eiug able to find much relief, I at but trul Ayer's Pill. I dem U both a duty ami a pleaeura to testily that I have derived great W efit from their use. Fur over two yeaie paet 1 have taken omt of thee pill every night Wture reurimj. I wuuhl iwc willingly he without lem.u O. W. Bowman 'M Emi Mmu at., Ctulww, fit. " I have been taking Ayer's Pill ami waug them In my family aukce 1WW, ami cbuirfuliy lecommeml them to all in urd of a safe but effectual cattuutk." John U Bugge, Louieville, Ky. " For eight year I wm aJUeted with eosutipatitm. which at hut became e had that the do. tors could do uo more lor me. Then I began to take Ayer's Pill, ami aoon the bowel recovered, their natural ami regular actum. o that ituw I am In excellent health-" 8. L Luughbridge, Bryan, Texas. " Haviuir used Ayer's PiUs, with good teault. I fully uulorae them for the pur tMMe foe wkub they are recummemhad." T. Cuwwn, M. JU-, Centre Bridge. Pa. Ayer's Pills, wsarsam ax 8w. J. C. Ayrn- k Co., Lowell, Mats. guM by l Oniaut BeaieM m Wed nn, THE BtST toil CatapihH CIILHEIfir1. CftlJ in UraJ OK HAY-FEVER IATAKKU. itPuiA: i rle ju cexila nt Pr .i.au, bg nu.) r!iaUf..i Sutii.t. k.L isUOl dEmi J6 Woircii si V. .Li was i MA NilVl Cheapest Fuel in the Market, Great Reductien in lite Price ef COKE. nrtAM 25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75 25 bushels, crushed, $2.25. 40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50 40 bushels, crushed, $3.30. BK QUICK AND (IKT TUE BBKBFtT OF T B HKDTOIIOS. JOHNSOF BROS., Ktclnsire Airents Washington Oasltuht Uo.'s Coke. Also the Moyt Kiitcmslre Penlerj In Alt Ktnds of Family Fel. OPFIOB9 KWPstnw. IMS Seventh st n w. lilt Ninth st nw. TMrty-seermd and P sts n w. First and N sU n w. Twelfth and Water sis s w. 11 M st n w. Third and X sts n w. !Mt Paaven w. MIIKstnw. aul.tm THE NATIONAL SafeDepositCo OFUVASHIIUGTOH. Ciiarterodlby Spools! Act of Congress, JANUARY S3, 1S7. cnpimu saoo.ooo FOK TUB SAFE KEEPING OP VALUABLES, UNDER GUARANTEE, AND THE RENTING OF SAFES, in its 11unar.AH and FHtE-rnoop VAULTH. Contalnod In Its FIRE-FROOF DUILDINO, K, E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave. orrosiTE u. h. treasury, office nonnt. 0 a. m to 4 v m. Grand, Upright and Square PLAJStO FORTES. Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to our "NEW ARTISTIC STYLES." Hntalied In !)eun nt "UI0UBT DECORATIVE ART." TIANOS FOR RENT Eeoond-haad l'lanoj at All Trices. "Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. ii EXTRACT OF BEEF. For Improved and economic cookery, uw It for Noiiw, Suni-ei and Jlmlo dniivh. Iu HUvor, in- cot)arabti, and dhwolve perfectly clear In water. Make delicious lleef Tea and kttju itiatl tUmaUt tor any length of time. 1 Ki equal to 40 tb of lean beef. Only aort guarsnteed genuine 7 by Justus von Lie- (-. , Ug aud bears his jf-ZA-& flKuature Iu Uue( cK thus: - "W wtsr miLAl? uutjus Ann una tjl vua tfra. NEW YORK BUFFET, 1M TENTH STREET N. W. Best and rarest UqseH la the ettr. Im ported OloaH. JAMB8 H. 008TELLO. fwiWr. WASSIMSTOM, B. o. Army and Navy Headquarters. lirlfi fUn mnL TB -$ t y Bay. U. M. OAKS, a- a. -r4UH, ZUl OL IIMAIsb ll tfti- SM t Wwfttste. QT.JAJt' U J -t- KK. UXTg 8T-IKT AXB PA AVE L. WOOBBUKY. IProprtotor STS--J. uasjui Ai Boa tt Bb ki fc --,! ML -""-" "! w sypssjif "' w w SMI j( r,j uul IpteMttfc- VAWNMhltf SNlOQta OOf' Attf Jti&XA lfft B& tnJhftltlH V1 9AU4. WW. GALT 4 CO. Tn order to redoc out TAttJ itook njsn d ellTOr Ttnin further aottce bt qtMltty OQKt fitr ACtmmmltii imritusimsi rtt I ham fttlw nfliT LfiW wav 'qi ivsva mw tuv kvivvii n w u m P?ii AT jm " j9bB I CERES IP : ectriclty and hivfntlon h8iP$?! rmjfor hoots at a time and ve a rmtt&ftmt r ifMMWh JSke WWilJea by a Fairbanks scale. Twin 88 revolMUenS powvi ever &. Tm mitt tew ftm tmr cm l-ers powtr tlpiamm nm at m8f 1. The Enenrhwr wMeh awwojflshw this imsat resnlt Is now In Washhnrton, D. O. IUCHTEU EL15CTIUC LIGHT CO., (Signed) CHAS. IUCHTEU, Slanaftsr. For all information apply to the Energizer Momentum Engine Works, BENNINGS, D. C. Office, 1416 F Street Northwest. The large 0B horee power Energizer will be running In a few days Is well toward completion. The Camilen Energlter, as certified, to by the ltlcliter Electi 1c Light Co., Is nt the works for inspection. AJIKIUCAN ENEKGIZEK MANUFAOTUHINO CO., LIMITED. Dynamos when run as motors nre about lml f -horse-power each. au3.lt GOOD E1BT REDUCED 2.5 PER CENT "We arc nboul UirouttU renovating our second nnd third floors. The mcchanlos will be ready for our first floor next week. Wo wnnt to glvo litem all tho room wo can to do tltctr work In; therefore, mnfco n discount of 25 per cent, on all t;oo,lsln tho house. Men's Suits, Hoy's Suits, Children's Suits, Men's Odd Pants. These nro no old stackers that wo would bo clad to soil nt any price, but nro alt froslt and new, bought this season, and wore good value nt regular prices. Call nnd look through our stock. You will not bo Impor tuned to buy what you don't want. E. B. BARNUN & CO., 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCELROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer!Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, np.lngs, Water Co'ois, IMjgrajlis and All Pictures In Sloc' rxcept Artoljfpes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Special attention paid to Erasing, regildlaj, Moving and Boilag rteturas aad Mirrors. WHEATLEY BROS., DEALS IS IN ALL LJ MBER AND MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BL Estimates Furnished BULL ) Cjim J 3034. Cjiner 7th st, aad YARDS James B. Lianabie, 1415 New York Aytnu! WASHINGTON. ID. IC. Energizer. Die RtCHTKR Kr.BCTRlC LtaHT CO., t AUDEH, n. J. CLOTIIN PI KlNDtJ OF on Any Kini of WORK. R. I. av,, Washington. sobA tide W-tar stM Wast WashingtiMi. ess sa bh5 s A ;UMBE 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. A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR BUILDERS. LLBBEV, BITTIEB & MILLER, Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GAS STOVES, GAS (LH0T PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BO ILERS, $ MAKE TE 01 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. FOB SALB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest. BUT YOUR TEHEES AID HAMESS er o eo b n i i 425 &vt be. N. W , sxt tu Odd ?Uwt" Hl. R YARD SALE. HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO! Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. I . i 5 and $ 1 .50. IH 10 OB 15 MIH0TB3. BY TITS -AT- GREAT FULLS ICE COMPANY. OFFICE' 924 Pennsylvania Ave, Wbotemta aad Retail Dealers tn KENNEBEC ICE. 0r VTaetrt ro to All rarta of tho City, Installing Mount nasant. CALLS-MS. 373 and M. Look Dot for (lie While Wagons I JUlLnOAUS. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Double Traek. Splendid Scenery. Steel Hall. Magnificent Equipment. In effect May 11th, 1S90. Tralni leave Washington, trorn atatlon, cor tier of btxth and I) atreeta, as follows; Fen rtrrwirma and tbe West, Chicago Mm! ted Express of Pnllman ostlbnleCarsat 10 80 a m dally; Fast Line, 10 50 a ra dally to Cmeajro. Columbus nnd St Louis, with fleepfne Cars from HarrlsburR to Indianap olis, Plttstmrtf to Columbus; Altoon to Clrteaco. Et. lionls. Cblcaeo and Cincinnati Express, 3 30 p m dally, Parlor Car Wash Ington to llarrisbnrir, nnd Sleeping Cam Ilarrlsburc to St. Louis, Chicago and Cin olnnatl.aiid Dlnlnx Car Ilarrlsburtt to St lnls.C'liIonro and Cincinnati. Western Kx preai, at 7.4u n m dally, with sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and 8t Iouls. con necting dally at Harrlsbnrg with throngh Sleepers for Lonlsrllleand Memphis 1'uti man Ulnlng Car Httsbnrg to Richmond and thlcngo. l'aclflo Express, 10.00 pm dally, for Pittsburg and the Wost, with through Sleeper to rittsburgand Pittsburg to Chi cago BALT1MOHE AND TOTOMAC nAILHOAD. Fon KAsr. Canandalgiia, Itorhosler nnd Ni agara Falls dally, except gnndny. 8.10 a m. Fon Emr, Canandnlgna and Rochester dally; frr Ilnffalo and Nlatara dally, except Sat urday, 1000 p m, with slecplnR Car Wash ington to Rochester. Fon WitxiAMsronT, Lock Haven and Elmlra. at 10. to n m dally, except Sunday. Ton WiLMAMsronT, datly, 3.30 tun. Fon i rntUAhrLriiiA. New York and tho East, 7.S0, 9 00, ll.tOand 11.40a m, 8.10, 3.15, 4.30, 6.40. 10 00 and 11.30 pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a m. S.10, 3.1S, 4 SO. 10 00 and 1 1 SO p m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 a m dally, excopt Sunday. Fon New YonK only, Limited Express with Dining Car, 5.00 p tn dally. Fon PnttJtnxLritiA only. Fast RxptessSlOa mtseck-days and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only, 5.40 p m. Fon Homos without chango,3.15 pm ovary oay. Fon PnooKt.Ti. N. Y all through trains con nect nt Jersey City with boata of Dtooklyn Antox. affording direct transfer to Fulton street, nvoldlngdoublo ferriage across Now York City. Fon Aiumic Cur, ll.tO a m week-days, 11 30 pm dally. Fon llAt.TtMonr. .V 7.S0. R.10. 9.00. 9.40, 10.00, lo.ro, n to and 11 40a n, 12.03, 8.10, 3.15 3 10, 4 00, 4.S0, 4 30, 6 CO. 5.40, 0 CO, 7.40, 10.00 and ll.0 p m. On Sunday 9.00. 9 05, 10.50, 11 10 a m. 8.10,3.15. 3.30. 4.00,4.80. 8.00, 5.10, 0.00. T.40. lOOOand 1120pm. Huron's CntKK Likb, 7 20 a tn and 4.30 1 m dally, except Sunday. Fon ANNArnLis, 7.30 and 9.00 a m, 13.(5 and 4.80 p m Unify, except Sunday. Sundays, 9 00am ar.d4.Mpm. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN IIAILWAY. In effect May 11th, PWO. Fon AlKXAMimiA, 4 30, 0 35, 7 15, 8 4". 9 tJ. 10A7n tn. 1 Ot noon.S.OB. 3.30, 1,85. 4 55, B.0I, 8.0K, io.( and 1I.30 p m. On Sunday at 4 30, 7.45, 9 43 10.37, a tn, 2.30, 0.01, 8.0.' and 10.03 p. m. Accommodation for Quantlco. 7.13 a mand 4.sapm week-day. 7.45am Sundays Fiik IticiiMoND nnd tho South, 4 .to and 10.37 a m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p m wool days. TnAiNft leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.05 7 13, 8 IO, 9.10, 10.15. 11.07 a ra; 1.90 3.00. 3.50. 5.10, 0t, 7.00 0M, 1037 and lion p m On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 3.0J. 3.10. 7.05. 7 39. 9JM nnd 10.37 n m. Tickets and Information at tho offlro, northeast etirner of Thirteenth stroct and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho tntl in, where orders can 1k left for the checklnitnf liaitmge tu destmatlou rrom hotels and rcil- dunces. ciiam. n. ruoii, j. n. wood, Ueneral Manager. Oeul. Pass. Agent. Ualtiinui'o anil Ohio Unilruad. Sebwlnle In effeet Juno 30, 1SX). Lea.xe Washington from station corner of New Jersey avenue and C street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbttle-i Limited exproM dally 11.30 a a, express B.sopm. Foh CihcixNATi, St. LoaU and Indianapolis express daily 3.K) atd 11.30 p m. Fob ViTTsBimi and Cleveland, express dall uao a mand 8.10 p.m. Fon I.ixinutok ana points In tbe Shenandoah Valley, 11. 0 a m. For Wikciiiiitii; and way stations, t5.!0 p m. Fob Lurat, t3.80 and HM p ra. For Haitixobe, week days, 4.C5, 5 00, 0,33, 7XV 7JOt8.CO 45-mlnute), 8.30, 0 30, (11.00, 1130 tVmlnute) a. m , li.10, -.'.15 (.'.10 45- tnlnutesi, (3.tt, 45D.lllUtes), 3.35, 4 'JO. 4 30, 4. (l.tO, 5-mlnutn). 5.S0 0.00, 6 15, 0,20. 7 W. 7.S0, 8.36, 9.f 0. 10 30 ana 11 30 p. m. hundaya, 4 06, 7.1), 7,30, b.SO, 9.30 a m. (1,00, 43 minutes) 1.00, a,15, KM, slVmla utM) J., 4.', 4 W, (1.50, 43mloates) OJK. b.U, e.m, 7.39, 8.3. 10.3 , ll.W p m. For Way fcTATloxs b-Mireen Washington and lialtlmore. 5 00, 6.36, 8.30 a tn., l.MJ, 3 a 4 , u. HJJOp m. Sundays, 8.30 am., 1.00, 3!,4..6Jl,ll0pBi. Train uayk Haitimjhi for Washington, Vf)K Hays. B.IO, H.30, 6.W.T.15, 7.J0.8JK), Qa. o do, V.OT .io, 7.W, i-. iroiaiiinw,-j ij, a uv, oi j, m, iu.u, 10.36 a m.. 12 00. 1.05. 8 10,830,4 15 SXO.O.M. 7.00, 7 , 8.i, U 30, ID 10. 10.) and 11.00 pm. FoAfc&Atoi.u.33 and 8 a) a tu., U Uand 4 30 p m. Sosdays. 8 30 a ra , 4 p m Leara AnnaiwIU 0.35, 8.37 a m., 1.' 05, 3. p m. Suinlays, 8.30 a ra., 3 31 p ra. For Statium ou the Metropolitan Bran.-b, tC3a,f8 a m.,SlW P m. For priiclpAl itatlo only, tW.W a m., tlw and t5 J For Kockviue aad Way Stations, tt 35 p ra. Fur GAiTUKwaai and intermediate pd'uts, t.f, ji8,lU0a ., tl-00, tiuO, ., t.46,iMuM, rll GO pn. FasUutaViaiul iBteraMdlate stations, 00 i ra. C'huh train Waves Wasblogtoa on Sun lay atl is b ra., noting at all stations oa MjupultUn Sruueb. For Fbwixftu K. tii.SO, JiUO, ).S0 tn 30 a m., Sl.lf.t3.-, t4.au pra. For Uahbrktowh, tl9.M a ra, and trJIpm. TjuihsiHKivK Itom CUi(o daily 1145 am aw 4.R) i) ra; from Ctooiiiuati audbt Liu;i dally 3.ts) a m aad 1 06 p in; from PittMiur 7.14 a ra. 5.30 p w daily. XKW YOBK 4 PniLADKLPIIIA DIVISION Fsmi New Yoc. Trestos. Newark, N J aad EliuUtk, N. J , 1U6, t(U0, 10.00, .."Ud Bi. 8 5S, 4 aad 'W.SJ p m li iTot I lor Cm oa alt day train. Sleepiaj t. ar on tlw St p ra, oef a at 9.00 p in. For Fiuumlmua, '., t800, 10.00. lif ( , '1.S0. 4.60, il aad MO 30 p ra. Por Nswbk, Dl , WUBjlujjtoa and Ctiestr, IJ6, t.0U a u, 'U.M boub, WjO, M.H 1.14 aad 34 v ira. For imhulhuhm iki btttwtmn BalCmira at F mlilt, t6.W and r a m. t w. Ijaspsa. Tba iiavi Nw York for WashIogt?o, 9 . tll. a , , 3C, iWpm a A ukt. Tjj lvk PtWlpa tor Washington, -n. -. --iuio. Tma hb, ii i, taii, 6J T.pra. ' ' 6 7.Wpas. For B. iM b as. wttk Pi ilaaBlinr Car iui thxou, -riuuC eA, via (Mtjv Ikiutiac yasaiTBuars 8. . use as. wm ruuoun oanvn IBXUUgb t,J BoslaU 11J10 Unli'. M. stanza at Fo.AitVTic CtTT,4X3aB4 W w am. 1MM aB. awuiaya. 4ift a ra. l.'uo souu aud HUOpai. rXMt BAY I. Wswk bav. 8.15 a ra.. 1 W, l jO p ra. Sua- toys, . ra., 1 30, iu p m. us Max kutua. week ), 0.30, 8 M p in. BUMtoyx, 8.09, S 38 B H. tEixwpt uty. Dally. Sun,lay rniy. jlBUS csJJM for aau tL:tkia jr, uxhi tl aad nbsiMMW by Vu it J riuuicr i u uu orders bft at ticket uffitnts, oVj aud i l Pa. ate and at depot. J T Oi-SLL, CHA O. S. f LL. Ota Mmiajtar i.. u 1'- .t. A ruai 1IIC ew4 kikvoos bebuitx: riTTTST J" BudytwiiKmJ Etftst tiul. . i bk BiSUOOU luU) K .1, nd. 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