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THE DAILY CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1890.
m HBM Tub Daily Critic oirr nfKaiAM. llw M Th fr IMatOMt? tor rrm n it oi T l MjJwwuT SWebonrt-fowiet price. ! tmntn cvMwrr sane 8Cnrri, i sra; , 1 Tirte-ftiwt trice, WW: o WW. ! Stttte, S flewa-former priee, s: m milv a f of the laity jMmIr. AIM ttrcve fSPfras are oeTMrnwi win or mane. V. n Hornnros in . MM and t F rt X, KtaktHecAi ltefrljgerntar, Ihtby Car- rings, Kte t Kte. TMa renwnstMe ioallnienf iwUMI ditnent tsreetrali; located at M and B SeTWrth rttwt norjirwt. and l no imminent Srlewimi Refrlferatnr. Baby carrtaf. unit Ml etlwlltie of good needed for the sniB- CSowJs sold on a casta basis: on easily jtw Installment. The National Sfe nermstt 0mpnny, Oor. latli St. nnd X. Y, Aventie. SWiM for Si;nwt, Jewelry, La, nte tJMod ami valnables of all kinds, aMm moderate. Safe deposit botes for rtPtrt at the very lowest rates SPIRITED AWAY. Inventor Until la Tisken Ontfltde of the District. It wtw McettAiDetl ywtenlay after lbt a writ of haben rrtt wtmlil lie ajtpNetl for in the owe of Inrwitor Itallt, ami Hugh Turner, the agent dettaatetl by Governor Thomas to lade llullfs to Utah, snlritctt him away to ltalttmorr, ami he Is In the city jll little. Thl taken him outside of the jMtiMlIctlon of the District court. Mr. TtHNcr was In Washington this moraine ctmfcnlng with the Oovetnment otti ckOs as to what to do with the case. A hben torpn writ was Issued to day for Uullts to appear before Jusltce lllnrlinm, but it had not been returned at 2:90 o'clock. I'ntoiiinc Club Itcgntln. The Potomac will give a club re gatta this afternoon in fiont of their club house. The first race will start promptly at 0 o'clock, and the follow ing Is the programme: First race Senior singles; Swllhsoa, Fischer, Sawyer ami Ilarbarln. Senior fours "Paper lloat;" S A. Fleher, bow; C. C. Smltbson, 2, W. T. Nor ton, S, and (I. i: Sawyer, stroke. "Cellar Boat" II. W. Elmore, tiow: A. .T. llobtiMon, ; K. It. Itevnolds, 3, and I. S. Dyer, stroke. Junior fours "Cedar Doat;" J. II. Doyle, tiow; (leorge 1'lercc, 3; J. II. (July, 3, and John Ilhinehardt, stroke. "Paper lloat:" Hatty SelJon, Imjw: (Jeo French, s: J. a. .tiecoy, a, ami y.u. Lewis, stroke. "Corkscrew:" Seth King, bow; W. II. Vumplirey, U; George Von tiaclieuhauseu, 8, ami J. .1. Noali, stroke. "New Eight:" Djer, H; Iteynolds, 7; ltoMrxrOti, 0; McCoy, 5; OHley, I; Elmore, 3; RtilneliarJt, 3; Selilen, 1, and Warden, coxswain. "Old Eight." r'lseher, 8 Norton, 7; Hrr.ltbon, 6; Barbarlu, .; French, 4; Sow jir, S; Lewis, 9; Doyle, 1, a uil Holier ts, coxtwaln. l'lffiMin Fiini'lem Tocether. The first anniversary banquet of the J'oH't Ilotiilog Club was held Inst night at the lloblilns' Ilulldlng. President Gtorge W. Phillips occuplotl aseotnt thehiad of the table, and nmong the other iiiimbfis pteeent wure Maasrs. L. Schmidt. F Williams, II. Hamilton, S WMIncc. W. Hlshop, J. StockmRn, S. L. Rolh, A. McLean, F. Boamer. II. C. Hill. A. 0. Glorious. K Volet. IJ. 1". Miller. J. A. Hoffa. O. Phillips. Secretary Lewis Turnur was toast master. Several pleasant hours were passed in dlscustlng the mtnn and in speech making. HIvhI lClvrr llnlltn. There i conldcrabIe rivalry between the K.collnr and the Charles MacaliN ter as to which U the swiftest boat on the river. Tboy have racel twice, and the Mncalester won on the first occasion vhllo the Kxcelslor beat her yeeterday. The BsceUIor people now claim to have the fattest boat on the river and eon fcldcr the question of superiority settled. There is one thing the Excelsior might profitably emulate, the example set by ibe Macalester. ami not acoutesce la the public gambliuK that baa heretofore beoa permitted on the boat. Iletertcil 1IU IcUlon. Judge SlliU yesterday afternoon heard arguments on the motion filed by Kauck & Nauck for a new trial in the cm of Charlea I Talks, who was fined i0 for keeping lila store open on Sun day. Judge IHiU (Uclliial to grant a new dial, but after lUtenlne to the ar RUtHtBls presented by Mr. Oscar Nauck, he was aatUAed that the act of 1S83, under which Mr. Talks had been con victed, hod Uen repented. He reversed the dtcWofl pteviouly made and the case wa dtsmiseed. Catholic Iay Bat Jleat To-Oar. Ione Leo XIII. has granted a UUpea saltan to all the faithful in the Catholic Clauteh to eat meat to day. Usually Catbeilee have aboaieeil from eating meat oo Prklay, a an aadkwt rule, be cause it was the day on which the Saviour UW1. Yeatetday km obervet a a ft Uv, and to itay is the faatt ot ibeAMMHMkBot the iMeaaeti Vlretu Jlsry. OniWgto two fat ilaye oeeunUg Id msa w k the reaitteUo reatMctiftg tfrday (Fritlay) waa suifwaded. "The Our TrUI After tirt Cwni report eloaed yeter dy Jtuie CUugWioa coacluded Ma wgtUMettli hi deieaee ot LUuUbI 0y. Judge Ibumlum sW ha deatrd ta mukM aawe addWkistf to ht brief ad tttw k wauU he iady to aubatlt Uw m. TWaeadad Out kwg trial and tjut h wring waa adjourned tnu dw. It vM he sahc date baloie a aeefaton k lHujad UaMt mi Dm st. t ww yusMg 9 aB i9 jv wis Hywohim. Mritfcer of tkjaw over U yw of age. wese befote Judf Milk, k Mm IHittc! Court, to day. They w feiMd bj Otteer BradU' plajtag up is the jmkJic slice. Th Judas uu Hunt a unrtte ketone, sad tsM m what Uury could expect If thr nam teto court agate. A Wwufi tfeUwt WakUa. By tdewiftf kr polfcs whittle vigot- MMtf , Mm- Conway, who Uvea at JJo. MM Pi ttttfd ortaa. hgougfct t ettkeas to hex lffum last m"J She CaiflUti llkaml UflUt UMIiftTTM BAcnttt jlapajPfffaaaas f "WPP P,"W w W ffr w4 aHtwpMd to to Im our. but t iAttu w4 aoi tod the MUiim ot ay idacca of thU aavlag ftjt. frfwiiHi-aihtta in JLttfUktto Vtir ba " latlki. Q Iri4)f ot eada week Ulte Jf, B. M, mm tm excutio Utltut W Seaattal q'UoU ou an KO fHw awMbil urdiur on LTiUIl lAJLVllltf ty iwiw ualu lu ' taiwmj a r mw vm-, Tfc B. A U and iUadliur 1 aha rat ju,ku, trac ninia to afet"- 1SH iU. &pquaA fug ike uwoai Umw itW a w ii ma nrir "i tut Utaaeacr uau Mi Jde 3UUf iJiowed nim to go u UPa mm tm'amWrmm "' HOWARDTOWN'S NEW CHflrTCH. MneeiiM Officiate nt the t.nytiftr of the Cernr-9tne. The corner torte of the new Mount Bethel BiHt Church In Howafdtowrt m laM yesterday afternoon with the etremtmres of the Grand Lodge of Col ored Mason. The relikra exercise were conducted by the Hev. W. II. Jobnon, the new pastor of the church, and the Ret. Itandolph I'eylon. An extensive pMnnmmc had been ar ranaed, but on account of the absence of a number of clergymen who had been Invited to attend, part of It was omitted. At 5 o'clock the Masons arrived ac companied by a band of music ami sev eral hundred people. Oram! Master Charles II Lemas laid the corner stone with all the ceremony ami d I unity of the Masonic Order ami the exercises concluded with music by the band. The new church will be a small one story brick sttucture of a plain design, with" a front of twenty feet and a depth of thirty two feet. It Is situated on Wilson sircet, near (he dlridlnc line of Howard town and Lie Droit Park. THE LADIES RETIRE QUICKLY. It Wn Iteranne of the UAllant Uoto- net'a ColllMon With a Nail. Yom tht Ktnm$ ('iff 7T. A most amusing thing happened in the swimming pool at Kxcelslor Springs on the night of the Third Regiment ball, which put to lllghl a score of ladle and caused a gallant colonel much discomfiture. After the dance Governor Francis, Colonel Urenthltt, ralltoad commissioner. Colonel Hull, mllltnty Inspector of the State, Adju taut General Wlckham, Colonel A. C. IMwes, general passenger neent ot the Chicago, Durllngton and Qulncy; Mr. Mills of St. Louis, and several other gentlemen went In bathing with a score of ladles. All went gnlly as a mar riage bell and, nil being good swim tiiers. a jolly time was being had. Hut amid the nolso of splashing of water and screams of merriment ns some luckless man was pushed off the plat form into the water came n faint cry for help from Colonel J)awos. "What's up, old mnn?" cried the Governor. "Coma hero a minute, I want you." "Swim up here, then," cried half a dozen who were loth to leave the fun thnt was going on. Taking pity on the Colonel, who Is a very demure fellow and well liked, half n do7on ladles ran up to him nnd prof fcrrcd thclrBervices.whlch the Colonol, nmld blushes that did him credit, gently but firmly declined, and he again called for the Oovornor. The Governor not coming, and the agonizing look on the Colonel's face being more limn one of the ladies could bear, she Insisted that the Colonel tell her what was the mat ter, but by this time Mr. Mills had aulvwl on the scene Whnt Is It, old man; what cuu I do for j ouT" he Imjuircd. Hrnwlng Mr. Mills' bond toward him. a whispered word was sulllclcnt to ex plain the situation. "Can we help him?" Is he hurt?" "Shall I call a doctor?" formed a ptrt of the hundred questions usKed by the anxious ladles, who were nlarmed at the ntnect of Colonel Dawes sitting motionless in water up to hU neck. "No ladles, there Is no need for your calling a doctor, though you might call unci die and thread, but, as It Is, I think you had nil better quietly retlro to the further end of the hall while the Colonel gets out of the water. A nail In ibe platform has tip " Hut by this time there was a stampede of the ladies for the dressing room, whence for Ave minutes one long scream nf laughter came. Iiy the aid of a fish pole the missing trunks wore found, and after threaten ing la Imuc a challenge in due form, as hioii as ho reached the hotel, Colonel Dawes retired to his room. TWEKTY DUMKARDS WITH AN R. A Teleerapher' lllumlar that Startled anil Sljatllleil a btmlon ,ceut. Last year a party of twenty-five Dunkauls was en route to the general conference via St. Louis, ho agent ac companied them, and a telegram was sent to Union Depot Passenger Asent Bonner to "meet twenty Dunkards." The religious education of the tele graph operator who received the mes sage had been neglected. He had never heard of the Dunkards, and, sup posing a mistake had been made, he just Internal the letter "r," and when Uonner rtcelved the meetage it read "Meet No. 4 Twenty drunkards aboard. Look after them." Uonner waa somewhat taken aback. He dkl not know but that an Inebriate asylum had broken loose, but anyway prompt action waa necessary. The twenty drunkards must be desperate men or the dispatch would not have been sent, and murder might have been committed oh the road. Itonner posted olf to Police Head quarters and hit story dkl not lose in the telling. The Chief of Police, alive to the exigencWu of the situation, made a special detail of tea poUeemea awl a patrol wagon. The policemen were drawn up In itae at the depot and intense excitement pre vaikd among the numerous depot loungers, a rumor having gained cur reacy that a desperate band of train tobben were oa the tacomiag train. In due lime the train arrived, but no party of roysteriag drunkards alighted The party oa the train was composed of several pious looking gentlemen, with bfoad brimmed hats, who stood around as though expacuag soma oa. Boaaer appfoaehad oa of them anil Mid iatmogsiiveJy. '-Had any liouble oa the raad ?" "Ko. brother," said the gaatlemia. "bob that I kaow of. A ad aow I'll aakyou a o,uatiea: Do you know a riiwthrmin nfed Jtosutac t ' "Yes, I am Mr. htmmt," waa th saswer. " ell, these btethse ami myself aw Duakatds. and you ww to laaat us aad put us oa the right train. Dtda'tyou get a tadegraai?" Boaaer was compkuly doaa for. He ekcuaed himself, aad. calltsg the sar geaat of police aside, he told him that It was all a udsuke aad he aad his me could go back to ttesdquartaw. T wat touad aad cuitad out tha hdegrsph onttatot, aftet which he had to "tat 'em us" for th whom police Jflfe oa tb pfoadae to heap auMu- OUicers Btdffe mi Umkf ttlBi to wk W vwtt hMt slgfe mi tiae iofuiw sted tht a vojMmi wotBM Ud lick Vm m i afcU. Tw wwwa WW WoiwkM wa court tUa mtoi (we4 wk MtmtnH onthoc. lHmlnvlmihUtiM Munev Judxe aatita tiaai e 4ti I etas elwajti UU. Ko. , U ojadopud tetoimto tuteidiBg thtkuiaJuf tktt Ywmmwmt&i (Nwlw UMteBibof tawwiafeol SagKwMwt putw o Mw velM ot Ike I5sto SMw b4 imi ol the laie m. ihtijUwctoiihAwbi be Uwftiul n.iio piaee lot the iukia ol (Jen tml Griutt A TALL CHIMNEY. Ihe Way an Iron TKwer Was ItMlt nnd I'aMenert Together. Frm tht FnolrimlTig irwt Iffufutf Tmirnnl. Th following are prttenrars of a wrought iron factory chimney of a some what novel description, which hM been bvlit at Creuwt The total height i 2tfl feet, the diameter 23 feet at the bw and ? feet 6 Inches at the top, to toMl weight being W tons, exclusive of ma sonry foundation The latter are car ried 3 feet 3 InchcR above the ground and weigh about 300 tons. The shaft was built in successive rings, ech 4 feet 1 Inch high, the thickness varying from 9-16 Inch at the bae to Inch at the top. The nine lower rings were formed of eight plates each, the npperonesof fonr plates each. The base was encircled by a massive angle iron bdted to the foundation. The eight lower rings were lined with fire brick. The erection of the chimney occupied seventy days. Including taking down Ihe flying scaffold. The 1 titer wis of a somewhat novel character. It consisted of a central wrought Iron tube seven irehes in diameter, and was provided at the liotlom with four wooden cross btrs or arms to clamped that their length could 1 adjusted to suit the varying diameter of the chimney, ctrrylng the Internal platform. These arms rested on angle brackets refitted to the Interior of the plates The upper part of the central tube carried four crrws arms, or jibs, each consisting of a pair of tim bers stliTenetl by raking struts from the central tule. From their outer ends was slung the exterior circular plutlorm. Tho latter consisted of a ptlr ot angle Iron rings, to the outer edge of which was riveted a plate Iron fence, while the inner was provided with T-lron stanchions. ltadlnl beating timbers resting on these rings and adjustable endwise to suit tho varying diameter of the chimney, enrriod the platform, an annular space being left just sulllcicnt for hoisting the plates. Tho latter operation was effected by a rope passing over an adjustable pulley fixed to each rib In turn, nnd carried down n central tube to a snatch-block fixed at the bottom of the chimney. As each successive ring was riveted up two pairs of bars were laid across, by which the scaffold was slung by four jackscrews furnished with racket col lars, and thus ral'ed high enough to taken beating on the next set of angle brackets. The complete Bcaftold weighed nbout four tons, nnd the heaviest plate about eight hundred weight. The total cost of the chimney without foundation, was nboutJS.OOO. ii.Tust Itenr That Vhlld Hcreaml" said Mrs. Smith to her sister, Mr. Davis, as the sou ml of n child's shrieks came across the cardcu from a neighbor's home. "What kind of a woman have you for a neighbor? Does she abuse her children?" "No. Indeed." replied Mrs. Davis. '31iel one ot the most tender mothers In exist wire Hut, J on see, she believes In the old fashioned stjles or doctoring. When a clilHl needs phjslc, she (Ills a spoon with fomo nauseous dose, laya I lie little victim Mat on her lap, holds his nose till he Is forced to open Ida mouth for breath, when donu goes the dreadful met. Then come the jells." "No onder," said Mrs. Smith. " hy (loetn'tsho use I)r. l'leree's IMeiwnt ruigative Pellets' They are effective without txlug harsh, ami are as eaty to take as sugar plums. I always give them ti inv children." "And so do I," aild Mrs. Davis. Horry lie snoke, Frtm M Ttrn Ilautt fjcintt Mr. Jason (with an air of triumph) -These funny mon hold the mirror up to nature very successfully. One can hardly pick upn paper without finding some 'jokus about a man being bullied by his wife. Hut thero Is very little laid about the othersldeot the question. Mis. Jawn Pio; that ts too common to be funny. Cheapest hiel in the Market. Great Reduction in the Piice of COKE, In order to reduce our large itoekwe wtlt leltTeruBtll further notice bwtnualttr VPKjt for domestic pirio4 at tliefoliowm LOV tmeea: 25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75 25 bushels, crushed, 02.25. 40 bushels, uncrushed, $2,50 40 bushels, crushed. $3.30. LEQUlCKiWDaETTIIKMBNEPlTOrTUK ItEulKTUON. JOHNSON" BROS., Exehulve AuoU WaktBtom OaaUjht Co.'a Coke. Also the Mot Extair Dalra la Alt KlatU of Paatur Fiwl. 0P?108S HMFKiv. tus &fath U a w. im XlalW at a w. Thtety-iicaari and P sts a w. Ht aad KMIV, TweUth aad Water i s w. imMttB w. Third aad Z U a W JT-tt Pa avs n w, 304t Kitnw aut.ta Grind, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES. SeeUl attention of txtrcbaaera U lartt! to our -HlOHahT DflCOSATlVS: AWT." MAMOe K)K BMX? Saceadlbaatl Piaaoaat All Priest. Wm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. " UUTKLH JLHJ1 MXJiTAVMAlfTH. NEW YORK BUFFET, 486 TStnrB SHOtaW K. W Bmt ami. lmtt i ttM Ottr U- iAiOm M. SMKCtM. giWiltiKnr lW W 4jMtmmMm& 9WfmwF p " Atmy aw Mavy HrnjaftmU. nmtm-uvmi urtmymj. f 1 1 iwin 1 111.11 wmmrmmmmmmWmmmii i iipi7i WHUtff UNMefOK. ft lte Oaf VateUaftaMA lint ftlMin 4HPPW aKBr -- g UT 8IUJWT AKB A A 1 I. WUMMMJ. PrvHttuH KNABE OH, HOIST CLOTH REDUCED 25 PER CENT We are about thrtmch renovating our secontl ami thinl floors. The mechanics will be ready for our first floor next week. We want to five them all the roomweoanlo do their work Ins thtrefore, make a dlecmtnt of 85 per cent, on all goods In th houte. Men's Stilt, Boy's Suits, Children's Suits, Men's Odd Pants. These are no old stockers that we would bo glad to sell at any price, but are all fresh and new, bought this season, and wctc good va'ue at regular prices. Call ami look through our stock. You will not be impor tuned to buy what yon don't want. E.B.BARNUM&CO., 931 Pennsylvania Avenue. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCE L. ROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summerpiscount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Co'ois, Photographs and All Pictures I Stock Except Allotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Social attention paid to Framing, Itealldlnjr, Moving and Boxing ricturos and Stirrers. WHEATLEY BROS., DEALERS IK LUMBER AND FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH Estimates Furnished on Any Kind of MILL ) Corner 7th st. and R. I. ave., Washington. YARDS ) m t. J 3034, south side Water St., West Washington. Jaixies B. Iiambie, HKRDMKRE 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, ID. C. fcsSs CSS CKSJS. M1MNKOLA FLOOH Mull M4 Manam wuuicaia Uouot. cue Mt Mat ttuat Md Iii.1i.hu. v.ao. WM. M. GALT & Ca JOHN P. AQNEW &. OO Wtetaito mi mm &mitt is ULmA i-4 fiwit't tmk taaL omat vm i&xwxw Hum. lAMJi Cor. S ml lie: ive TgLSHaUWX- Ufi-. 5Uj. YifJ Si. ALL KINDS 0? WORK. THE NATIONAL SafeDeoositCo OFWASHINGTON. Ctottowly anaahl At at flnMMii, JAXHAY at, mt. aftwrnu - stmvus. m nm v tiliules, iWITal lEJtTIKG OF UFES, SLE. mmMmduiVm Tpk; iw, QmjaflOW W. S- TUOTi3f. OVMCJt mOOm.9A.U TO 1 ? SL A MB FOR SALE. 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. IM, BITTHGER & MILLER, Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GFLS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ I . i 5 and $ 1 .50. HIKE TEl 01 COFFEE IN 10 08 15 HIHQTES. GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the coolclng is done you can extinguish the fire. FOB SALl WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' J'5jJlffigfTRW AMB BE HAhktlX YOU CAhV gA -aSPSa mm it) 1 That tbuwk IcAMe from KwEEsa'glpPj. WWK. MA I mMM,mJst Fr.il-11 kfs l-.;i,! .an frT , . WLWMS M MKOiAiiL- aTnM aW7mK ' IWWiintlTT HHlllaaa . BUY TOTIE TEOTKS ABI IAEIBSS VP tCT T3T! "EH S! ,r - .la .-l-4 - i - 4M fteieoih St V. W-, R YARD HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO I FIGURES SACRIFICE. BY Till -At- X7 J t S -? zz? next to Odd jMloin' HjIL GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY. OFncr 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Whoftsate ami Retail Dealers la KENNEBEC ICE, Oat Wajwns bo to AH Parts of tho City, Iwelwdtflft Motttit neaant CALM 896, 874 and SS L&ok Dot for the White Wagons 1 liAir.rtOADS, The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. DOttbte Traek. Splendid SfenttT. Ptee! ItalK ' Ma(rnl(lcent Kqnlpment In effect May 11th, 1830. Trains leaTeWachlnatoB.lrom atallon.cor. ntr of Sixth and II atreelo, as follows- Fon Pirriiriro and the Wet. ( tilcao Limi ted EjpreMof Pnllman ptlhnlo( araat W80 am dally: FatLlne, 10 Mam dally to CbHraao. wmmbiu and at J,oiii with MeeplDg Cars from narrow to Indlanap olK nttbiir to OoIamhn; Altooni to CMeseo. M. Ural" Chicago and Cincinnati Sxprew, S 30 r m daily Parlor Car Wash iKton to Ilarrltbnr. nnd Sleeping Cari Ilarrlslrare to St Lonl, chlraco and Cin olnnatl, and DlnlnK Car narrlsbnru to st Iwls.i litcairo and Cincinnati. Western Kx nreoti, nt ri'ipm dally, with sleeping Cars wahlnjtton to Chicago and 8t Ijtili, con Heeling dally at narrlsbnre with throneh Sleeper Tor Lonldvllleaml Nfemplili mul man Dlnlr.e far rittubnrK to Richmond and ChieaKo. lMciHc Rxpret, 10 oo pm dally, for Plttbnre and the Wet, with throruh Steeper to ftttsbnrgand rutsbnre to Chi cairo haltimohb and potomac nAtLttoAt). Ton Kanf. Canandalana, noolieter and Nl a car a Fall dally, except snndiy. 1 10 a m. FOR httia. Lunanuaiffiia nnu iiocneieriinur; fir lmmiloand Niagara dally, except 8t nrday, iopop m. with Sleeping Carwaih lnglon toltoeheter. For wii.MAMsronT, Lock Haven and Elmlra, at 10 M) a m dally, except Sunday. Fon WjtttAM.roRT, dally, 3.30 pm. For rmtAtoELritiA, NcwYota and tho Bait, 7.S0,100,11 (Oand 11.40a m, 8.10, 1 15, 4.00, 5.40, 10 00 ami 11.90 pm. On Sandty,9.oo, 11.40 a to. 8.10, 3.15, 4 SO. 10 00 and lt.'JO p m. Limited Kxpre of Pullman Parlor Carj, 9.40 n m dally, except Sunday. Fon New York only, Limited Kxpre'S with Dlnlnc Car, 5 00 p m dally. Fon PniMnxtrniA only. Fast Exp'eM 8 10 a m v cek days and 4pm dally. Express S-unilav only, s 4ii n m Fon Boston without chanRO,3.15 pm orory day. Fon ProoM yh. N. Y all through trains con t eet at Jnter City with loats of Brooklyn Anrex. erTordlng direct transfer to Fulton Mrer t aroldlnsdouble ferriage across New York City. Fon Att.ANTic Citr, 11.40 a m wcck-ilays, It 00 nm dally. For PAtTUionE. C 15. 7.30. 8.10, 9 00 0 W, 10.00, 10.50, 11 COanil 11 40a n, W.05, 8 10, 3.15 3 W, 4 00. 4 SO, 4 30, 5 CO. 5 10, G CO, 7 40, 10.00 and llsopm. On Bund ay 9.00, 905. loo, lt.w n m. i 10, 3.13. 3.10, 4 OK, 4 SO. 5.00, 3 40, 0.00, 7 40, 10 ooand 1130 pm, Fon Pora's CnxrK Link, 7 SO a m and 4.10 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AKNAroLi. 7.90 and 9.00 a m, U.05 and lap ra dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9 00 am and 4.90 pm, WASHINGTON SOUTHEflN ItAILWAY. Ill effect May Ittli.tSW. Fon Atr.XAXimiA, 4 30, 0 33, 7 43, 8 40, 0 tl, 10.57 n m. W 01 noon, S. 08, 3 JO. 1 83, 4 33, 0 01, 8 M, 10.O5 and 11J8 p m. On Sunday at 1 30, 7.45, 9 13 10.37, n 01, 3.30, 0.01, 8.0 and 13.01 p. m. Accommodation for Quantlco, 7 13 a mand 4spm wteRHiay. T.tsamsunuayi Fon ItiuiMo.Ni) and the South, 1 30 and 10.3Ta m dally. Accommodation 4.33 p mwook days. TRAiNsleare Alexandria for Washington, COS 7 ts, 8 ro, o.to. 10.15. u.07 a m: uw. a oo, 3,50. 3.10. 0 05, 7.BB 9.W, 10 37 and ItH r m On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m; S.00, 5.IJ, 7.(4. 7.W. V HO nnd 10.37 n in. Ticket nnd Information at tho oSlce, northeast corner of Thirteenth street nnd Ponnsylranla arentie, ami at the Utbn, v litre (inltrs can l left for the chocking of baggage to destination from hotels and reil d en re. C1IA!. R. PL'OII, J 11. WOOD. (eneial Manager. Genl. Tass, Agent. Italtinioi'o ami Ohio Itnilroatl. Schedule In effect June 96, 1390, Leave Washington from station corner ot New Jerter avenue and U street. For Chicago and Northwest, Vestibule! Limited express dally 11.30 a m, express 9.80 pm. Tor Cincinnati, St. LonU and Indianapolis ox pre, dally 3.30 and 11.30 pm. For i'lTT.HLBu and Cleveland, express dill 9 to a mand 8.10 p. m. For Lexinuton and points In the Shenandoah Valley, 1U0 am. For iMnrTin and way stations, 13.30 p m. For I.chat, t3 JO and M0 p m. For IIaltimorx, week dars. 4 05, 3 00, 0.33, 7JS). 7JO(8.0O 43-mlnute), 8.30, 9 30, (11.00, 12.00 tVmlnutw) a.m., H.10.S.13 J0 4V mluutenl. (3.15. 43-mlRUtes), 3M, 4M, 4 30, 4M (US, a minutes). 3.30 3.00, S.13, 6.30, 7 10. 7 JO. 8.3b, 9.30, 10 30 and 11.30 p. m. fcUBdays, 4 03. 7.U0. 7J0, 8.30, 0 W a to. (ttOO, 43 minutes) 1.00. x.is, &50, (imlii utas)3 !,4.i,4W, (1.50, 41 minutes) 8,00. 6.1a, 8.), 7.30, 84 104 Ml 30 p m. Fob Wat tTATioss between Washington and UaltlRMfe. 3 CO, 843. . am, t.MO, 3 35, 4.U, 8 ). 11.30 p m. Sundays, 8.30am., 1.00, 3 , 4., ja, 1140 pm. TuAiks mavx Ualtihobi for Washington, ttwk days, 5.C0, tt.'JO, 6.:0. 7.15, 7.-0. M.OO, 840. S33, 9.30 and 10.30. 1045 am ; 12 00, 1 W. . 10. 24F, 2.30, i 00, 4.13, 5 00, 0 00. S.S), 7.CU, 740, 849, S 30. 00, 10.10, I0W and 11.00 pm Bandars, 8 30. 7 15. 8 30. 843, 9 W, 10 JO, 18.aJB..liOO. 1 06.S 10,SJ0,4 11 5.0O,6.-JO, 7.K, 7 30, 8 m, 840, 10 10. 1040 and 11.00 pm. For Ai. HAKM.M, 8.3B and 8 30 a m., U. 10 and 4 30 p u, buadays. S 30 a in , I IJ p m. Leave AmbsiwIU. 8 33. 8 17 a m., U 03, 3.50 p as. Susdays, 8.30 a ra., 3 55 p m, Foh Stations oa tbe Metropolitan Urancb, t 30, 8 30 a m.. 4113 p m. Fur priiciiul stathuw only, t.W a m.tlJO and t J JO pm. Fob ItecKTiU-E and Way Ststlona. 41 13 p m. liHtGATU(kWBuaBd latermedtate pu'ats, tM,iwra, tlUa .. tl-00, ti.OO, 1), t.H,iwo8,tueapm. FMtlui'and luttrawdlate stations, 90 pta Cbvbcu tbaik htaye Wathlogtoa on Sunday at 1 14 p at., ttopfilBg at ail stations on MfttHftmlHaH BTBB43B. FaATFauMtBU w. tO 30. D8.3S, J) 30 til 30 a m., ci.ta. ta.ao. si.au u w. Fb 1) aset M, t W.40 a as. and 1 3.10 p m. TBAiksABBitclroai Chkao dadty 11 41 am aBU4.WpB; from CiBCtnuatl aad bt Louis dally S.ti a n aad 4 05 p m; ttum I'Utsburtf l.n a bj. 3.50 p m UUy. NEW YOBK A PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fob Nbw Yobs. TMstoa, Newark, N. J . and lliaibMBTN. i , 'lOo. t8.00, WOO, 'liOO an , MM and 10.30 p m Buffet tSurkw Car on all da y (raiss, Ulee pin Car on the W49 p w, otM-n at D.00 p ra. Fas PUiuDcu-iuA.MXa, ts.oo. 10.00, M.'OO BOOB, 148, ( 30, H.U aud 10 30 p m. Fob Mwabk. IM , WlUaluutou and Chester, 44a. ti.OO a ai. . uoou, '.'50. 'I.W, 4.13 aad M 38 p m. Faa m.uusbimat i-ousts bt-n Baltim-ra aad Pfctiailalpala, t3 m ad .7 JO a a, U M, 448 UBi. Tbaxbs luvk "w York for Washington, 8ta.tU.a8 a as. M, !, 5 04 1. u aad UUsiakt. TBAifc !. PMiadsilDhhl tor Wasalngtoa, HJH, .. ., n4S a, tl W, 31, Sfi vt.mam. mmmm. - b aa, waa raumo bumv ; var isaaiaf ibtouu w noMua yoa Ablaauc Ciiv.liSaad 10 oo am. l-'.W B4MM. SbhAms, 44t m. U au aud 18.38 um. HK KAY JUDGE. Will BATS, ii.isa BL. 1 JO, 4 J0 p m. Son- days, 943 a n., 1 30, J 15 p m. Ijuk Mat HUM.X. week da), 8 30, 8 10 pm. Sundays, 840. 8 JO p m tEacepl auuday. Daily .Sunday only. Bagysyf valld for uud UtivAd Ir tuuu tf Uaiul rttJdmcan by I'uiou Jiiii-iir i j un order, left it ticket viliw-d. b. j aud 1 &l l?i. a e and at depot J T ODSLL. C HAS. O. SC I LL. Ckb. 3liuaaer -.n P-.J At FOR MEN ONLY! A DfNtiTIUP riMtrjmsuivspwi ni KMiui i Osttutral uut NZRT0US DEBILTry; tj..i.n. la maHUOD kil M kUtrrtf. 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