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TIIE DAILY OIUTir, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1890.
'I The Daily Critic CITT KVItaJXTta. lIBYr H Thts fr UMroont trv Ftm n IT 01 t. iy SWKsboatd-fomer ffc, 8Wfc iMh Owtmv Sntte-sChatra. ! 4 1 TaMfr-fntnyat rftre, M: rw WS5. ntntfa, 3 flW 89 TiH IBCT pfroe, ww! i at only a few of the ftmctaltr i hi and them nrirM at for eh So wrrtttten wtll be made. W. H. Horairro tv . llgtwt 190 F it N W. Hodden's lterrlicemtnr, ISaby Cnr rlages, Kte , Hte. Tkfc fwpwwlbhs Installment esrahllhment Jfwmtratiy lorated itt and M Seventh mm northwest, and Is now making cat m on rostrhreratnr. Baby Carraj. and Mi otrr imes of god iwedel tm the Hllft. Omits M on a cash basts: on easily PaSS HWtallflieSltS. The Natlnrml Safe Ilrptwlt Cmmpany, Our. IBth St. nmt N. V. Avenue. JHSftM for a.verware, Jewelry. Laom, Fjps mod and valnabtes of all kinds. OMAR morternte. afs deposit boxes for rtt l the ret lowest rate SERIOUS CHARGES. A Oonlrartnr 8ny t'elr Thlnes About n District limplnyn. Cdjtliiln Howell, the Assistant Kngt itcr Commltsffwer, Is eonst1rltK charge tirmight liy Charles Dmmhlmti, a conUsctor, against Joseph Citrran, mpirvteor rf roads in the District west of l?ork Creek. Drmalilsoa claims that Cm i an has appropriated stone, timber. mmI other materials belonging to the Dfetftlct to his own pnrpxcs. nail tliAt li has til IHstrkl ct for hauling material in filling contracts for outside parties. It Is also charged that certain person using their carts In the employ of the District have he n docked with out reason hy Cutrau Supervisor C'urran refusett last night cither to deny or admit the charges. Ills first statement, he says, will be made before the Commissioners. The charges were brought some time ago hv Donald son, but were dropped, and then after wauls reopened by Outran himself. HAD A GOOD TIME, tint Had to Answer tor It In tlie l'otlce Court, David Orndy, an employe of the Kcklngton Company, hired a buggy jestcrday afternoon and went out on a little sptcc. Borne time later ho was found lnshlng his horse Into n wild gal lop on First Btrcct, and thence through 1C street and Now Jersey avenue to the Boundary. Several policemen tried to Mop the man, but without avail. Ofllcor Dean of the Second precinct succeeded in getting a saddle horse and following the reckless driver, even then he had a hard chase of It. He caught him near tho old "Half-Way House" and nl the time the horse was com pletely fagged out. Grady was locked tip charged with cruelty to animals, fast diking and with being drunk and dlfoidcrly. In the IVillre Court this morning the evidence given by the olllcertt and others vbo wllneweil Grady's wild ride gave tcrac very severe evidence against him. Judge Mills looked uihiu the charge us biing of a more serious nature than ordlimry. ami fined the defendant $10 or ilx months in jail. LOST HIS LEO. A lloy'ii fnnlldi Hflort to .lump Prom n .Alnvlnc Cur. Lawrence Tucker, a white newsboy 14 years of age, had his left leg cut oil by a Fourteenth fittest car last ever lng. He made a foolish effort to jump from the platform of one car to that of another corning from an opposite direction, and, mlssine lift footing, full beneath the wheels. The boy was re moved to Keim'a drug store and taken from there to his home, 18? I Fifteenth street. Flucil for hlimlay lUr. M. J. McNatnatit, the keeper of a bar-room at 218 Third tri't fcoutheast, was in the Police Court this morning for wiling Honor cm Sunday. The sale was shown fy wlineuta to have been made, but the defendant claimed that oh the date of the sale he vsas not the owner of the place, but had transferred Lis license to Michael Schwartz. Ac cording to the records at the District CxwmUslonere office the transfer was not oflkially made until July 81. www days after MeNamiua turned over his IikIdum to Sehwiiu. Judga Mills thought otherwise, and Imposed the UMtal Am of 0. VIxcumIuu to Lnnr I'avtrni A fMwaliy eouJuUl excunioa to tbe Cu varus at Luray wilt htave U. X O. sUUoa, &Ha. ., VVla4MIy, Au((iMt 40. Kouml trht, ltlutliu atlwiidOH W tlM C-IViM, &Lm. KsMrre your Mats 1 adrnac wkh Mtt exUa etM t 0:9 aa4 I'M I fcua)! vaMiu avetiiM. UtHFur Iluttoa ijulti. Polk Ottcer Fraak Hulioa has sit 1b Us iUaaUou. ki th DUUkt Coca hiUWibw. II did this ia eoMet)ue tf a iktUlou sivttu by CouuirulW of tbt Treasury Matbws. who U)l that lb ioi Bluest was invatki owing t im Atwy awl Kavy clause Mr. TlirtUw asettaid tbat J"i eouhl Bot yK bis uuay for tint Hum be bad Mtvtti kt ksie for any wore tiaw put ia. Tk isaiswr of bU obtalaUut eoat- pssiianHiia for th Uaut altoatiy sfvl Hsajr b tested ia lb courts. CbaBswi DurlHC II U AlMa, itm woalbs ago Cbartw HUaford ww eoavktad at satlbta; ttuwar wttbout a torn aad iswd 5U. II task an ftal asMi asvorUy aHatwaul wat Is Mt, sd oly retuxacd last asfbi. Ia th wmttiw tba iciaio ia ntmt4 to ASaWMate bMi ViMMI HIAiitt aW th lrflMhf cjasttt. ai wka BUafosd roacbiad tb Am U'iaal aafCaaia) CaU 4taaAa J pv f r"fv W a psaipipBapm s MWt. Ju4f Mills, bowowr, ibf aot balsl Utt for eoatewpt usost tba pay ica( of Use aai- Tk Mtti SMi. A bttk sca4 lay fas tfc tarur's patis; A baHs sisool boaMMl la tba sosyt wsjs a waaA w b isa - asim sasa: tlaa awktsM Utd ati tiat viator's A MUkt coturk sSartoi 'twas alr UsASi 4 Masataahtoasai taaamtss sgii mm toasMssiitloa laW ali W br unjyeta lutv. lawlMitiTluwf Check ta Uttls voaca, asjiwUM USUb tbttt, disteU (a Ustla paiit ass tb USSJa atlsaaat bscoassa fibis sAsojssu -" aiaat of m mm, w "m" mm. MasaJbsas 9aa tsussnksasi JMb Tbtnia. i nsomt ba4 so a mm of f w to t9 apas uyB i"c W Bauuai Sour Lot. of 30 ., . u ,i L.'hea,ia Use Ic wwa .- . :. Ihrabw w aagaaad la a i .ti aiiu -uu! oUm etilojradboM m4 . . t tUruw tfee atoM Ub the -u-.t. u ul lhUb Lo. A a iftSatasStafl sajs J ,y liuminy m Ili4 fiaab asA .a io irr s Louhto at . ' r . . . u. .et cutiiu ttw sjnliar to t mw p. O. uoa aaub Taundajr HMHl Jspumhaf , at W a. m Secare aato b aaa&ui at 6X9 aa4 lt tfaaayi- i iwly fena!, r irgg SENT THEIR RE4RET3. The Mi MeoHwie t lrot the Powe IMU n Fnllnro. Colonel Pcny Carwm dM not look happy last night at Qnunt Army Hall, lie hud formulated wlmt wiw to hare been a grsnd mas meeting of persons In fatnr of the Federal Rlect ton bill, Imt the demotwtrttlon dM not pan ont m the redotibtable Perry had antld Mted. It was not a Carson victory. The attendance, both of whit and col ored people, was small, ami it was evi dent from the looks and actions of the fotnwr that they had been drawn to the meeting more from curiosity than any thing else. They went there expecting to see snrh "invited speakers" as Speaker Heed, Minister Douglas and others, but there was not a man of na tional reputation upon the platform. An orchestra sealer! upon the platform performed at Intervals. 'the officers of the meeting were President, It. H. Glcaves, first vlre t, resident, P II. Carson; second vice tresMent. C. M. Fergnson; secretary. Robert P. Campbell ; first assistant sec ielsry, D. H. Mofflt; second assistant secretary, Joseph "Wells. A considerable amount of time wat consumed In reading letters of regret from patties who all seemed to have had previous engagements, and In conse quence could not be present at the meeting. Among them were letters from Frederick Douglass, Senator Chandler, Representatives Greenhalre, Mmid, McDuffle, Grosvenor. Howell, Lodge, Post, Morse, Commissioner J. W. Douglass, First Assistant Postmaster-General Clarkson and Robert Purvis of Philadelphia. A lengthy series of resolutions favor ing the Lodge Federal Election bill were submitted and adopted rt'm iw, Speeches were made by Dr. Charles 1). Purvis, Charles W. Anderson, president Young Men's Colored Ilepubltcnn Club of New York, Colonel Samuel II. Strat ton, president Pennsylvania Republican Association, and Professor J. M. Lang ston. "Take f drink. Thirsty I'eilentrlnnii Cnn Now Inililbe from the Corei-tcII Fountain. The water was turned on tho Cogcawell fountain, erected and t'cdlcatcd to the cardinal virtues of Temperance, Faith, Hope and Charity, this morning. It was an event In the annals' of tho District, be cause years have passed slnco the thirsty passers-by on the Avenue have had an opportunity to slake their thirst from the pure and sparkling waters of the fountain. As yet tho water Is warm, but In the ground have been placed colls of pipe around which Ico can bo placed and through the refrigerating process made cool. The fountain needs cleaning badly, aid the lamps ought to hare a ftuh coat of paint. WRITING In FICTION. VI hut riirnsps are ImllMicniauta In .Mmlern Wilting. J-'rutH Jtfatnak, Str Ailkur IMm. "You stab nic to the hoart and leave ire on the ground. I assure you It Is of to use. An Indispensable' heart U (ulto differently placed from that of any olhur man. The desperate wound you gave me was in fact the best sunzlcal treatment that could be devised for a slight internal complaint which I labor under, and you will tlnd me as lively as ever In the third volume and ready to unmask your wicked designs, "Or It Is a dark, gusty night. We two arc walking the deck alone. You politely i due me over the side of the vessel and go to sleep In your hammock, feeling that you have done n good Uiol.t) of business. What do I do? The ship is only going nineteen knots on hour I therefore easily swim to her ami secrete myself In the stays or the main chains, or the shrouds, or the dead lights or some of those mysterious places in a ship which Sir Arthur knows all about. There I stick like a Iwrnacle, and you carry me Into port with you. I can tell you that when you are just about to make the most ad vantactoiM marriage I shall put my head In at the church door ami say, 'Ha1' with a loud voice and the whole affair will be broken off. "Or you poison me. Illeas your heart, poison has no more effect on my Mlth lidatlc constitution than ginger Inter probably not so much. "You bury me. No, you don't. You don't bury me, but some Intrusive fal low who has thrust himself in to take my place; for an IndUpensable hits al ways about him obliging persons who do that kind of work for him. "Or you hurl me down from the ellll. 900 ft-et high, and go away thinking you have bow really got rid of ate for good and all. Rut, Mr. Villain, you ate much mistaken. I, as an indis pensable, isevltablv fall uwm a sea aaEBOB rather a large oa. three feet square and two feet thick, very eom wob, however, oa that part of the oast. The poor aaowoae is sonawhat iaiured aad I am a little shakes, but I shall ap pear aaaia at tb right lime with my fatal 'Ha1' aad uprt your marriage." Tho Art of War aat rorsattaa. rram tk lUuum JMI. Jobaay Uull, if you still wUb Tolsb Ia Beat iag tea. Yeufaat You'll hav to bibMte pay Kaebuay. Ami fatfUg tbat, you kaw, Wa'li afeow You tbat as yat w'v aat Fessat OU tifeka of war aatl bcawa; Cat ;b oaf StrtaUr 1IIbm. Xmm Mas. Spokaaassa (to Mayor at SStatfonl oa Avoa Tb Woski's Fair Kaw Aase etaUoa" of Cbkao baa apa'aaad m a costtaasslaa lo oosaa oar asr bssy tbss 'mm t4 Shsbisian bouatt Aowa tba ssiaat Ws'va lainiaetati bar am' aba tawaM to ba gwnwlaa W waai to abip Van lixkaiAjn h aa kur && taa ftaa fair 1 t7.. .&.Aftll .... ALx. a XamM mvm, na u j iwi iw as tnmU Xm ra -"Q aaa ttear aa," ttotk basja- "Ybrt's m ttaHtr w" 4 Liaa. w baa aus bi Ma ajsjf wHk Uati lAaaA fiaMalaal tAat M. JidBL "WdP" Yw MM. hM jrWJBtftWWjfaBjf B3W (BW" s swww Wv w .SP fatiywtfly iwwrulullii triiBt Vutil JMf' howw. y; mWt jyf left Wniitril vittitff AA 'U h&x to- very platt- CktcapJ FiM Mr. Coegln's MskV or rieei. Ftorr tfif Vdfon rnbne Ipinr Clare Coggln hd a noTl adventure with bees fist week. Approffchlng a hive on Colonel Travte plaoe, from which a swarm was Issuing, the bees settled on his head as their lodging place, and In a mlnnte's time had cot ered his head, monopollrlng his month, eyes, nose, ears and face. Without offering to fight them off, he was ad vised to make Tot the river, which he dM In good, quick time, waded tt to his arms pits, then settled down till his hat floated off. The bees all left him ami he walked out liberated from his strange companions. The curious ptt of the matter is not a lee stung him or attempted to do so. onstipation, IF not remedied in season, 13 liable to 1 liecome habitual and chronic. Dras tic pnrgatires, by weakening the boweH, confirm, rather than rtire, the eril. Ayer's Pills, being mild, effective, and strengthening in their action, are gener ally recommended by the faculty as tiro best ot aperients. " Having been snbjert, for rears, to ronstlpailon, without being alrte to rlrM miKh reluf, I at lat tried Ayer's Mils. J deem it liotli a duty and a pleasure to testify that I have derived great ben efit from their ue. For over two year iwst I have taken one of these pills every night before retiring. 1 would not willingly 1 without tlietn." O. W. Ilowmaii, J Bast Main st., Carlisle, Pa. " I have lieen taking Ayer's Mils and uMng them In my family since 1857, and cheerfully recommend them to all In need of a safe Imt effectual cathartic." John M. lloggs, Louisville, Ky. " For eight years T was afflicted with constipation, which at last became so lad that the doctors could do no mora for me. Then I began to tako Ayer's Mils, and soon the bowels recovered their natural and regular action, so that now I am in excellent health." S. L. LoiiRhbrltlge, Bryan, Texas. " Having used Ayer's Mils, with good results, I fully indorse thorn for the pur poses for which they are recommended." T. Conncrs, M. V., Centre Urliige, Pa. Ayer's Pills, rniriniD bt Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co., Lowell, Man. Bold br sit DruggWU and Dctlen la Uidjcln. Cheapest Fuel in the Marked Great Reduction In the Price of CO KB. In order to reduce our low itoekwe will ilollveruntll lunlwrnotlcetietnuatUr COKK for domestic iurpow at the following I.OSV prices: 25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75 25 bushels, crushed, 2.25. 40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50 .10 bushels, crushed, $3. 30. I.K QCICK AND GRTTIIK IIRNKFIT OF TIIK HKUUCTION. JOHNSON" BROS., ExeluMve Agents Waslilnitton GailUht Co.'s Coke. Alo ttieMcMt Extensive Dealers In All Ktnm ot family Fusl. (JI'FI08ii: ISMFstnw. Ills bevwlh lit nw. 1!1 Ninth Jt h w, TWrty-et al rstsnw. First asdKstsn w. Twelfth ami Watsr sts a w. 19t It tt n w. Third a'.d X U u w. lTtt Pa ave n w. acilKstnw aul.lra Grand, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES. Special attention of purchasers U Inrlud to our "NEW AKTISTIC bTYt.H6." PteMted la UeJgas of "UlOUBtiT BECOUATtVE AUT." PIANOS FOR HENT Eecoodband llano at All Prices, A7M.KNABE & CO., 817 Market Space. a ely's catarrh CREAM BALrV WILL t IKK COLD IX HEAD QUICKLY. FAkY TO tSK. HAYFEVER X lHk-I U applied into aach nottril aaj u mmUi Frlce 8U teats at I'ihjkIU. by iaU,lni-Jefa. (iOieiiij il.Y liaOTHKBrf. M Warws l . New Yvrk UUTtSIM J.HU MUSTJLWKAlTa. NEW YORK BUFFET, m tmits wmsxt n. w. MBWIIW, tMam-u wam maw- T WttW4ti.w., mhw ffayisff Tff Tff WW WSQtifflmiW 8 iAMW WIT tTIMI avo v vs .DinHEJ P- a 8 h J rHAYfEVERf.J jjKjraKuiEsr GOOD, HiBf CLOTHING REDUCED 2.5 PER CENT We are about throtieh renovating our second ami third floors. The mechanic will 1 ready for our first floor next week. We want to plve them all the room we can to do their work In; Ihcrefote, traVe a discount of !M per cent, on all oolsla the home. Men's Suit, Boy's Stilts, Children's Stilts, Men's Odd Pants. These are no 0U1 stackers that we would ho g'ad to sU at any pilcr, llt fre8 am new luglit this season, ami were pood va'ue at regular prices. Call ami look ihtough otir stock. You wtll not ha Impor tuned lo buy what you don't want. E.B.BARNUM&CQ., 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. M!c F5 L ROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. SummefDiscount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ois, Fhotographs eni All Pictures I utoc!( Except Allotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. tfll attention paid to Framioic, neRlIdlnit, MovlriR and Boxing rioturos and Jllrrorj. WHEATLEY BROS., D1U.ER3 IN LUMBER AND FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH AND BUNDS, Estimates Furnished on Any .Kind of MILL ) Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave., Washington. YARDS ) 3034, south side Water St., West Washington. James B. hambie, HKRDWHRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, SD. C. ceSsP M1SSSOLA bOUlSS am, --FLOTJR AA tM Wtil ltf bic beuuiu.l Uitt44. MT tie i iWU ftiio. WM. M. 6AJUT CO. JOHNP.AGNEW&OO UMCV im 9. M- KXmwt nliin4. YAMD Cut B tt JJ1 1! avti TKUyBO iHba, W 4, Jul ii ALL KINDS OP WORK. THE NATIONAL SafeDeDositCo OKWASHIKGTON. OKPITKE. tBflftWM Mitnu Slff (EEfUt IF YiLUM.ES, VmWHA WAAAWMA, ma nut wmtim or um, jg Bfraof I v AMU MMM,-iHIOOg t Ik. tttt Mmi mU m Yk am, orroitTK v. a twAwax. (MHKCX auUBIi.SA.il IS) IV U. A LUMBER YARD FOR SPRAGUE SQUARE We used the ground for the Storage of Our Surplus Stock of Lumber. THE LUMBER Come Up and Get Our Present 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. LIBBEl B1TT1NGER & MILLER, Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, HAKE TEi 03 COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooTcing is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SAMC WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest! BUT YOUR TEUIKS AID HAMESS E3STE3 m SSI'! m Beve&tli Bt K. W-, aext tu Odd FcUSwa' HIL SALE HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO 1 FIGURES SACRIFICE. $l.t 5 and $1,50. IN 10 OH 15 KIN0TE3. BY THK AX- GREAT FAILS ICE COMPAHY. OFFICE- 924 Pennsylvania Ave. VlwIsh! and Retail Dealers ta KENNEBEC ICE. f O&r war(B ro to All ratts o( the cur. IntftnllnitMMint rieasant OAM.S-WS, m ami M. Look Out for the White Wagons 1 llAILIXUAUSt The Great Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. DtmHle Track. Splendid Sccnerr. Steel Halls. Mafmlflcent Equlpmeat In effect Mar 11th, ISM. Train leave Washington, Irom station, cot ner of Sixth ami B atreew, At follow Fon rirrMicae ami the Wet. riiirait.i t,lml e0 Expreesof rnllman ell&alota'-at II 1 80 a m dally; Fat Line, 10 50 am dally to Clitcarn. Uorambna and St ljun with Slp tMrs from narrNhurg to Indlanap oU. nttbnnr to Oolnmbn. Altoona to Chteaeo. M.Lonl CWcasoand Tin. mnatl Bsprew, 8 30 p m daily Parlor Car wain Ington to Harrlsbtire, and sioepln? far HArrlMmr to St. Louis, Chlraeo and C m oinnall, and Dining far narrisbtir to St IiOiiU.l Meafca ami ilnclnnatl Western Rx. twew, at T.iapm dally, with ilocpln? Cars Washington to Clileapo and St Iinl. cm nectlB dally at tlarrlsburs with through Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis Pud-" man Dining f"ar Pittsburg to Klohmond and thleajo. IMelfle Eprea, 10 00 pm dally, for nttsbure ami the West, with Ihroitih Sleeper to rntsbiir and Pittsburg to Chi cago BALTIMOHE AND POTOMAC ItAlLnOAD. Fon Ka)r, Canandatgua, Rochester and Nl agnra Falls dally, except Sunday, s-l" a m. Fon Ems. Canandalgua nnd nofhetcr daily; fir BnlTaloand Nlfnr.i dally, except Sat unlay, 10 oop m, with Bleeping Car wash Ington to Rochester. Fon Wiu.iAMroBT, Lock Haven and Elmlra, nt 10 fo a m dally, except Sunday. Fon Wii.LiAiroRT, Ua'ly, 8.30 pm Fon rmi.AnrmiiA, New York and the East, 7.SO.0O0, 11 roand 11.40a m, S.1P, S.1 4 30, 5.40. 1000 and II. M pm. On 8tinday, 9.00, 11.40 a m, S 10, 3.15, 4 SO. 10 00 and 11 0 p m, Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0.40 a ro dally, except Sunday. Fon Naw Yomt only, Limited Express with Dining Car, 5.00 p m dally, Fon Pnn.APM.rMA only. Fast ExptossSlOa rn weekdays and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only. 5 4fl p m. Fon Bostos without change, 3.13 pm every clay. Fon rnooKt ym. N. Y all through trains con pect at .li-rjcy City with boats of Brooklyn Anr.et, alTordlng direct transfer to Fulton street avoidlngdouble ferriage across New Yotk City, Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.10 a m week-days, 11 39 pm dally, Fon BAlTIJionE. 11.33. T.S0. R.I0, 9.00 0.10. 10.00, 10.M, 11 COand 11 40o n, 12.05. S.I0, 3.15 3.10, 4 CO. 4 SO, 4 30, 5 CO. ft. 10, 0 CO, 7 10, 10.00 and ll.sopm. On Sunday 9.00 9 05, lO.'o, 11 to a m. S.10, 3.15. 3.W, 4.0J, 4.30. 5.00, 5.40, 0.00. r.4(i, 10 00 and 1120 pm. Fon Pora's I'nxrK Line, T 30 a m and 4 50 p m dally, except Sunday. Ton AMNAt-oLt, T.so and 9.00 a m, 13.05 and IWpm dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0 CO a.m and 4.30 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHEltN KAILWAY. In effect .May 11th, 1890. Fon Alxxakiima, 4 30, G33, 7 45, B40, 9 IS, 10.57 a in. 1U.0I noon, S.05, 3.30, t.85, I 55, 6 01, 8.0, 10.05 and 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 4 30, 7.43,9 45 10.57, a m, 3.30, 0.01, 8.(N and 10.03 p.m. Ahommoiution for Quantlco. 7.15 a mand 4-r.pm weektlays. 7 45amSund,tyj. Fon ItuiiMoMii and the South, 1 30 and 10.57 a in dally. Accommodation 1.55 p m wook- days. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 6 03 7 (5, 8 CO. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m: 1 in. .1.00, 3.50, 5.10, 0 0, 7.03 9.80. 10 37 nnd II OS u m On Mimlay at 9.10 and 11.C7 a m; 3.00, S.to, 7.05, 7., 9 M0 nnd 10.37 n in. Tickets and Information at tho n31co, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Penniylvanla avenue, and at tho tit!ou, where orders Can w left for tho checking of baggage to destination from hotels and resi dences. CHAN E. PUGII, J. 11. WOOD, Oenetal Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agent. Italtimoro noil Ohio Railroad. bchedulo In effect June 30, ISM. Leave Washington from station corner of New Jcrier avenue and O street. Fon CmcAiio and Northwest, Veitllmlol Limited expreaa dally 1IJ0 a m, express 9.aopro. FonCixiiNNATi, St. Louis and Indianapolis express daily 3.J0 and 11.30 p m. Fob 1'iTTSBir.u and Cleveland, exprcis dall 9S0a mand 8. 10 p.m. Fun L1XIN1.T0N ana point In tho Shenandoah Valley, 1U0 am. For WiMimTiK and way stations, ts.30 p m. For LuitAT, fSJSO and d.l0 p m. For IIaltimore, week days, 4.C3, 5.00, 043, 7.W 7AI18CO 45-mInutes). 8.30, 9 30. (11.00, 12.00 45-mlnutes) a.m. l'i.JO, 3.13 (-'.10 4V lBUiut). (3-15. 45-ralnutes), 3.35, 4 30, 4 30, 4 M (UO, 4S-mInntes). 5.30, 0.00, 0 13, 0.30, 7.10, 7.3U, 839, 9.iO. 10.30 and tl 30 p. m. hundays, 4 06, 7.30, 70, a .so, 9,0 a m. (ltco, 45 minutes) 1.00. 3.15, (AW, Simla UtM) 33, 4.30, 4 Si, (1.50, 43 minutes) 0.CV. ti.1. 0.90, 7.30, 8.. 10.3). 11 p m. Von Wat fcTATioN between Washington and Italtlisofe. 3 00, 9M, 8.30 a m., U 10, 3.35, 4.K.S. 11.30 p m. Sundays, 8 30am., 1.00, 3 H.4.3. J0, 11.30 pm, TBAika utu iultikobe for Washington, weak days, 5.W, S.30, 0-tO. 7.13, 7,30, H.0O, 8.30, 8 3S, 9.30 and 10.30. 10.33 am.; 12.00, 1.10, 3.10, 3.30, S.50, 4 00, 4.13, 5 00. d 00,0.30. 7.C0, 7.10, 8.30, 8 30, 9.00. 10.10, 10.30 and 11.00 pm Sundays. 0 30, 7.13. 8 30, 8.33, 9 3), 10.20, lM a m U 00. 1 .08. 3 10, 3 3J.4.IN 5X0, 6M, 7JD0.7 30, 8.80. 8 30, 10 10, 10.30 and 11.M pm. For Akmtolk.8 36 and 8 30 a m., 13 Hand 4 30 u m. Sundays. 8.30 a in-, 4 ii p ra. LeaieAnnapuli 6 35, 8 37am.. 13 03, 3.50 p m. Sundays, 8.30 am.,3'aiim, Fuk bTATtok on the Metrorolltan II ran -b, t&as, 8 39 a m.. 11,13 p m, For prUcipal statUxi oely, tlO.lo a m.tl.io and ti id pas. For HecKTiLLX aad Way Stations, tl 33 p m. Fust flAiTueiHMieiMi and intermediate paints, t M, i'U tt), tlliOa in., tlOO, tJ.00, ,33, t.l, jKi, tlKWpm. For tot u' mi lBteretsdUte stations, 00 pm Cuvhih tuais leavea Waihlagton on Sun liy at 1 l ii u.. stopping at all stjti nj on llfrtropumau Branch Fok KttuinuK. (. 18.30, V 30 til 30 a in., ii.u, taao, tuwpin. For IlABtTows, tW40a m. and tJ'iOpm. Tsains Aiumtlroai Chicago dauy 1145am and 4.W p m: frora Clutlunati aad ht Loujs CUliyl ti a a and 3.06 p in; irum Pttt'burj T.M a BJ. 4.W p BJ dally KKW YOHK i PHILADELPHIA DIVISION, For New York, TreaUM, Newark, N J. and JfttuUtk N- J , 'IU6. MW, '10.00. 1:00 aw. 3M, iM and '10 30 p m. B .let fMikirCainiOuaUdaytralsa. Skeplajiar urn tlw M 39 u b, opn at 9 09 p m. Vim Puilauwj-uia, 4 tt, tS.OO. 10.00, l.'OO MMMi, ! M. 1 SO, tl.U aud '10 10 p m. Fur &SWAHS.. Itol , WUmhttoa and Cnester, lJu, t.W a u, 'B.00 noon, ';w, 'tld, a aad w m p b. Fst8 laxstuiiiHAT KMkTS between BaUimr-ra aad PhLwMtiUit, t5 90 and r JO a to, t.' V. 1 JSJ p B. TRAiaa leave Nw Yotk for WasUIngf -sn, 9W.tll.a la.t.H.'ls:, 'JOOpuaad U 13 aUt. TBiki.iuE FhlladriPhl tor Waiiington, 4, a.iJ, AB. sflSJ a m, ti w, iji, 6J6.7.BB. Fo Sv.toh.M p at, with Pullman Buffet mr iiuaus mtuoeu i ouhjs t'haaat. vuouu(JkkiMLui Uajgo, wutw unage, ii. ttili ju at raiMiMinn ui b. oc j. FrAuiu; Ciiv, 5and low am. 1.00 aeaa. witusii, ub a. . u.uu aj juua MUt pm. FOK BAY WDGK. Wasa davs, 9.13 a b . 1 so, 4 a) p m Saa- daji. 9. a .. 1 30. 3 is p m hA May bun.. welt Uai. 0). p m. SlUalaya, 8.09. 8 39 p m tXs4.ept SttJMla. Daily i-Snn lay on.y, BaiKe callea for aua lie- tainiu te U aaa rtaldt.nutt by Vuiuu i i. ui i 'ja orders left at ticket u8tu.s, bl j aud ! - Si. at b. aud at depot j t odkll; cuas o. sn tu itta. 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