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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890.
jr The Daily Critic airi nrroiAt,!t. KmMen'A New Tall Oiwif. Jtotm ftMden, ib pioneer installment turn, JWrtliy located At MO and ttW seventh tret Wlflnff est, bw Jmt relnmed from trw ot it Barter with an iniiwm tTof n mm of tfntrsekeeptiMr (rood , carpets, siote. fan, . Ton can fnrnlah yonr nvn s I rota HMf to mt, at tjiw store. With own t new, on the installment plan. V. II. Unnehmn ,v un.'a Iimmm Hettitettann. examine their Inrelt Parlor nfM. LpMon for fW Kttherln Cntrrt or oUl IT. waff ptir r all nnetniranl flood". a. at nrlcoa hlrh will nrort Aak to he shown thoe Solid Oak Bad I MrthM. 3 nlrn. for rft. AIo thett EM, Jttccm, o( Solid oak Bed room Suite. TRW mriree arc all Ptit. and will, no , picaae the mt rastMtons pnrchaapr. Im for wall Darwin for tha next two weks at Si percent.dHconat.at w. n Hot-nnro en -, 11 tf r street northwest. The NnVtmtnl Safe ltepmlt Utmrmny( tAsr. tilth St, nmt N. Y, Aventte. SWiriMra rvr SKmrwara, .rewelry, waov. Paw fmni and ralaahlea of all Mad. flUMp moderate, safe depoalt boxes for rMi at the vwy lowest rates. BEBTCATED FIFTY TEARS A60. To Celebrate the Seml-Oentennlstl et St, Mnlthen's Church. Tfc Feast of M. Matthew, which oc cwrt ob Sunday, Peptetnber 91, la also ttt (MtMh anniversary of the itallca tkw of St. Matthew's Church. The votner-atone of the church w.w laid !y the Most Ilerereml Archbishop Kc cleMfm In IMS. Two years later the chnrch was tied Ira led, ami on May 15, 1948, romecrnleil by the Archbishop. The sermon on the latter occasion was pteanhetl by the Iter. Father lSyder, S. J., one of the presidents of Genrgetown College. The first imstor of the ekutch was the IUv. .1. 1. Dou lan. The other pastors have been the Iter. James Dnnlmi, a lirother of the first itor; the Ilev Father Hums, the Iter. Charles I. White, I) D , and the ltev. Francis K. Movie. The lftttsr was tucceeilrxl by the present pastor of the church, the Her. I. L Chapcllo, D. D. The anniversary of tho dedication of the church will be celebrated with ap propriate ami Impressive ceremonies Ills Kmlneuce Cardinal Gibbons will celebrate Pontlflclal Hluh Mass, and the lllshtllev. Illshop Keune, rector of the Catholic University, will deliver the sermon. The music will be es pecially grand. "THE STORY OF THE HUOUEN0TS." .In Kintnent tiw York Illvlno Tatks on an Interesting Hulijcct. The First Congregational Church, the largest In Washington, wascrowdotl to ovitllowlng yisturday nflornoon on the occasion of an address delivered by the llov. Dr. MacAttbur ot New York, who told "The Story of the Uugne nots." The rear of the platform was decorated wlili American ll.ig. ami I'mfitHir MUcltofT presided at the i iisii. JiimIcc Harlan of the .S'lipromu Court was chairman of the meeting. Itcv. Ir. Woodruff of New York Had a h lection from the Scriptures Did ltev. Dr. Baldwin of this city i ITctetl prayer. Dr. MacAtthur took fixation to lefer to the public Interest taken In hi subject, as shown by the lurta amllence pretunt. He apoke of the French Huguenots of the Sixteenth century ami the large number of dis tinguished personages In America who were deeeendnnls of those jieopte. At I lie cloee of bin remarks the cuulr sang "My Country. TU of Thee." and the Immense asm mblage was dismissed with a litDulletiun. TALKED TO SINNERS. CoucirMiiun hprlnei-r'A tVlf.i ii( the L'rntrHl t'nliiu 3lllun. The afternoon meeting yesterday at the Central Union Mission was led by Mis. WillUm M. Sptlnger, wKeof Con gressman Sponger of Illinois. Mrs. Sim inger, like many other ladle In the Dlattlet, boa taken a deep in let est In the MtMl.m, which Is In itself a apeclal religious feature In Washington. Mrs. HpdBger talked to the congregation uptiH the sul.Jtit. "The iinl Is the Mrength of my life, of whom shall I b afraid." She exhorted all to go to Owl In time of trouble, to rely iiimm and ttiMt Him. She made the kti'iject iteres4ieg with apt Illustratioss, ami I eveial pe raons ptesent related their ex liileneee. The hall I entirely too small for the large numlier of iwmhis wh4 dock to iht Mlv4, more eieUlly at the night l vice. U was whm time ago pro IeU to erect a new building norm the kite of the Mhu-lon. to coat $100,000, but tuie(Itt4loBa are not comfag In aa lib erally as was aulteipateel. A nubile MKMtlag ill be held for the purpoae of furtkerjag tbi object t Slucli uf h Ye, Oiker Mootwy of the Sixth rweeiuet bad WUifen KdeU. a hotse clipper awl ltftlaer, hefwo Judge Mill lids utera-it-g eUnrd with vagrancy. &Ue 14ivc(t hi have front $130 to $900 worth !f loot. mm4 uesttiaily utado ffow $IJM m flOUuu.iuK tho UU naJ UHr H Mi.tk, wi.il hi bsoiher toaUaed that L lajl a Ktid hoiue. Cut With u KutrT" Mat da Altera aad Mania Maloaay been tae eagiegwl la a qnurel at the ex mtr at 0 aad North Capitol atr et yee kwday aHetaooa, duriag which M doaay ttahatal Ahera with a jck kaila. Dr. (kiuJ(ar, who atleaosa AJwta, pro aowaeed his Injuries oa vety sarbMii aatatf. Maloaey was aot aiieaual, but Ue pok fa lookiag for aiai. WaiulMMtc In lb iieiMU. Ahotti 10 o'clock tkb amralair a Uttla e V ohi boy, who udd bit aaaass was 1W Ctudau aad tbat be lived with bit stela, wt bsougbt to Yotltx liaad uiawtsfw The boy was fouad waader lasj ajoMad ua the Utixt. but wasoaaUe to tU wb bi boaw waa. Au InliironMag 1'tifu Ivan TaiMaday to Istaad Vi aad Uanara Ferry. Ko nmiwJoB a trowd iaf. f arjf skkat aatsUaa tb bahtar to a wtairad teas. Houadktp i. Tsaia httaat Hi. 4 O. Watioa aaeb Tbursdaj uaUt ietfeeahar i, at W a. at. laeaat aaala ta advaaae at citi and law Vailr waia if sana Ko extra charge. A fesanle WienatHar. Ua Satuaday afteaoo 4aafe TytaU id faswaaAiytowa took a labia Uotb fMMtka fttose of iiar UeUagaW Wett y labia irtifrn Yaatacaav aba was aiMatedaad kekad up at eb TbJrty- Murid fr'rurn' Wts'lf-a tdte taaaid loba hhJe iK-l-lMBi ilbJ miit exttdir rniiK fail hsgaWsX atita. AAHhAnT CrMaWal SfaaT aVaftaWHaL ,'iasWl aZ iMBL aWfastiaslaT MMtk Utt UgsWSiaaBV psaf 4p psaa iaF wt"f weap f"w waapvaap' - ttaafMaBtl -4M HM gMbVCMlttt jjf JtsfagJNMiM 'aBaBBBttoA kateel ttaMt M Wtt SSMeUMBttsf (ft t km. WH attaat aMtbwcat. MaaKtaai IdJU UaVafa . aatjaMaBAHB Mkgalitgy anjlAa ta Li 4tl spst"P"P"W aaarpaipiii ww " ww irirns f uttajr mm Jaaw a. u r- -r-iT- tw aaata at aaVaaaaa i ... aui lafi KaiaylttMM) I9MV WITH THE OARS. COLUMBIA ANB rOTOMAC 0RIWS AT STATM BtANJJ fl-lAt. Meeh rnctr ff VWlWry .tntermtt In H MeiWtThe llrnthnrhtrtrtt Itnme tVnlrmHAr What It Mentts. This will be a great day In amfttmr atbtetie circles, for the Staten Island r fatta takes place to day. and Interest In It In thh city Is pretty general, beeatMe the two reading athletic club here hare tews eatertd. On Saturday night the Colmttbla crew went to New York. They were accompanied by about fifty members of the clnh, and occupied a apt c'al car. All the men were sanguine of victory, and Trainer Courtney be lieves the two Washington clubs will be ftrt nod second In the race, with the Columbia, of eroirw, In the lead. The ctcw consists of Messrs. .Tacmns, Hran, Ctlst, linker. Johnson, Harlmn, Snyder, Rcnyop, and Smith, coxswain. The Potomac crew went over the day previous, and they likewise had a large number of admirers who accompanied mem. trainer naisteu was serenely confident of the ability of his men to row onl of sight of any other crew In the race, and neither he nor his men were at all backward about expressing their opinion. The eight oarsmen who will represent the club are Messrs. Kl morc, Sawyer, Reynolds, llelnhart, Norton. Smlthson, Dyer Fisher and Huberts, coxswain. The adherents of both clubs are con fident of victory, and a great many bets have been made on the meeting of the two clubs, outside of the actual race It self. The Potomac men are confident even to rashness, and several bets have been made that their crew would lead the Columbia crew bv live boat lengths at the finish. Special preparations have been made lo lecelvo the returns at tho club-house of the Columblas, and In anticipation of victory there will doubtless bo n large crowd prcfent to appropriately celebrate tlitlr gratification should such be tho caic. The new Washington Loaguc seems to bo Retting along nicely. The games played thus far have been well attended and been holly contested. All tho clubs nrc fairly well matched, and there Is as keen a rivalry as In professional games. Many of the old patrons of tho profes rlonal games nru constant attendants at the amateur games, and they are loud In their praltes of the stj le of playing. A meeting ot the managers wilt be held this week to adopt n echwhil'i running lo the end of the season. The league dettrves suecess, for It Is the only truly amateur Iraguo this city has had for some years. Kx Manager Sullivan of the defunct Washington Club has arranged for a gsino between the ltrooklyn and Chi cago Hiotberhood clubs at Capitol Park nixt Wednesday. There ou,'ht to be a large crowd to fee tho game, for mo it of the men are old Leaguers, well known In this city and popular. Hut back of tin-game there teems to be something tin, and It would not be surprising If this wan to lie playid solely to test pulrllc feeling. It Is well known the Ilrooklyn Club Is In financial straits, and for some time Ward has contemplated seeking new fields. It Is not Improbable he will decide to traosfer his team to this city and llnlsti the season here. It would umlcubtcdly pay, for the public apne tile it whttttd for baseball and would iipctt a winning team, especially whin nil the clubs to play here would hae new faces. Atiile from any prejudice the public litre being strongly nro League may have, it hardly extends to a boycott of llrolberhood clubs. If they pUyed good ball, they would be mtronUdd, otherwise not. It is to be hoped that Ward may lie Induced to locate here for the remainder of the seaaon. The Ilrooklyn Club Is second In the race, aad to have a team representing this elty fighting for the pennant, would be kuch a decided novelty that It would be sure to attract the crowds. IN THE POTTER'S FIELD. Olio Slurs Aililcil tu the Long I.lt of Unbutmn IImhiI, An unkuowu man died very suddenly at No. 838 Peuntylvasla avenue yester day afternoon, presumably f row natural mum. The man had been there only a short Uh4 ami did not give his name. The Coroner was notified and the hedy removed to the morgue, where an Investigation wai held this morning. It was at nt thought that the naa be loaged at the Soldiers' Home, but upon inquiry it was ascertained that there wm ao was utiatiag frooi there. No evidence was obtained at the iavtttlgit tloa that would eetablUh the man's loeutily, aad an order wu autde tbat tie body be interred la the Potter's PUhl The body will be beat at the HUitgue a tbort time la hopes soute one stay eotaa la who will Ideality it A Utmiul TIo-L'h nl all the taeaat of pubuv coovayajica la a laiae ell , va fur a ( hour, Juiu a ttilke at lea eieployes iuuk a geuaral paralitica of trade aud ixiiulry tor ttw timm beiaa. aad la attended with aa euor auw sgvegale lots to the coauuuoity How aiuch more serioua to the lodlvilul to the gaanral Uu-up of hit yteu, knowa m coatttptttna, aad due to the ttrike of law BMt laiortaat orgaua lor atore pru sfeat tfcatauiiit aad tettar care. If too luag aegUetad, a torpid or kluggUh liver will irodewa terfaNW foratt of LUiwy and bvtrr iMttasiW. ataUrial trotdda aad chronic d)tpla. Ot. nerte Piaaaaat rurga tive rlWt ara a pteeantive aad cara of tbtM ijticifibrra. Tbay aw lMOta4, tare aad Sect)T, plasniil to take, aad poai tifd aaraahtt. Tla Ur award 1'ttth, Wiiilaaa P. WUilatn. a youag ata wbo cut a wide twalb la WaabJbtgtoa tota Uaie ago, baa btea ariaated la Jttw York charged with "Majnlig aOBy ttadar false preteaaee. WUliatM eaitu to Watbiagtoa as a deiegale to kk alter lagUlattoa La favor of ibe Kev eeuc Mariaa Corps. Ha was ad nit ted to kuabbcf it club aad for a while was ctatttVraUa of a favorite, lie catiacud btUa rigbt d left, aad tkipptd vuX wilbottt naylag ibatu Vilitta at dkcuiaiad frotu ibe Ni d Attdty at AaaavoU Mai f torward vest to Cwytoaa aad wotted lor tba Klraiaua C'tral C'oaapaay. ?ru tbtact.- be drifted to New ftrkaos. awl tbeuee to Waebiagtoa. lw Daias ta ttaar t m ttabtaad UuiUm tae oreaeM tOB ia u. a aV K. to. iU cll rxcuteioa tkfcatt ftoat W Mliiwiftoo to Dtcr fark, Mooutaio Lake ftxk its tiaUaud for tba FiMay tkbcbl and ait aaiiiwlajf ttakw tb efc at rate of Ift fur ia round trti. lb Uckab) vdl be vaib) lor mfura i-tttatfe u&tsl Ifiyadjiii fui- iwiac ) of taie- to Sarkiey iJRiouodat jg b ud udfir W&OtitMA tft (9-G0 iur tba nmixl bigiaai. aa M.Aat IntlltTJUtl W ' w - Tss"atr tjptpaajsMw "Am Um MMiattigbaKaasT wkfi aaaAlBMAfar mA tap ssavaBatpenBiaa 5 m Tr"tt titt atl AtsaaaAiAaLJ mSt ft ami (MHBft UB BMaatoaTsaUaat cw, daai ai 4) lVoai- iutce Bosfttal on Saturday aifbt- QNSUMPTION, IX iti first 'icr -. 'in he supeMfnlly 1ipi k( (1 1 i Hi-' pii'mpt mc of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral fun in Hip lntrr perlmls of 'lnt iliii 1-.0, the rongh U wondprfully Trlio(d by this medicine. " I hare n-d A er' t'licrry rectoral with the Vnt ett- t In my practice. This wonderful preparation once saved my life. I had constant conah, night sweats, was greatly rcdneed In mail, and given np hy my phytcian. One bottle ami a half of the rectoral cured W." A. J. Eidson, M. IX, Middreton, Tennessee. " Several years ago I was severely 111. The doctors said I was In eonsnmption, ami that they conld do nothing for me, tmt advised me, as a last resort, to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. After taking this medicine two or three months I was enred, and my health remains good to the precent day." James ltircnard, Darien, Conn. " Severat years ago, on a passage homo from California, Tiy water, I contracted so severe a cold that for some days I was confined to my state-room, ami a physician on bottnt considered my life In danger. Happening to hare a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, I weed It freely, and my lungs were soon resiorwl to a healthy condition. Since then I ha e invariaolr recommended this lre aratlon." J. B. Chandler, Junction, Va. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rasrARKD ST Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co.. Lowell, Mass, Sold by all Druggl'M. I'rlcoS I, Mt tattle, tt. Cheapest Fuel in the Market. Great Reduction In the Price of COKE, lnordcrtoretltico onr tares t took we will deliver until rurtber notice bet quality COKE for domestic purpose at the following LOW prices! 25 bushels, uncrushed, $1.75 25 bushels, crushed, $2.25. 40 bushels, uncrushed, $2.50 40 bushels, crushed, S3. 30. LE'lUICK A.NDOKTTI1E IIKNEFIT OFTHB IIEDUCI10X. JOHNSON" BROS., Excitative Agent Wnnlilncton a.nllulit Co.'s Coke. AUo tbeMot Kitcmlru Dealers In All Kinds ot family Fuel. omens: laWFstnw. 1J1S Seventh t n w. 1IW Math st n w, Thtrty-eeeoixl ami I U n w. First and NaUn w. Twelfth wl Water ats s w. WDIitn w. Tlilnl nmUitinw. Kit I'aaren w. SCtlKstnw. ail I.I to W WEST ZKLLAff Liig Cipy's EXTRACT OF BEEF. For Improved and eeononile cookery, use It for .Sohih, suure iimI Jlmie DUlirw. la Savor, h tomfuUi, aud dtttolrea irfeetly clear la water. Makea deliekwi Bf Tea ami Ittpt in all eUmnUi for any laagth ot time. 1 equal to 40 i ot lean beef. Only tort guaranteed genuine ,?- Ug ami bears hU f'ZLil tigaature in bluey o thut: - Ton Mi II Mho Slunej, Time, I'alu, Trouble, CatahhH AND WILL CCKBBWrFEVHlW CATARKH ELY'S CREAM BALMHAY-fever A lartlcIeU applied lotoescbnostrltaodU ameaile Frli. 6u cents. at UrugsrUU; by mail, reni.ttrct Wcenta. tLY HKOTHKHJo, M Warren st , New Tk Grand, Upright and Square PIANO- FORTES. SpecUl atleciloB of parcliiwrj 14 invltad tu cur "fclW JiTIrTICSTVLaS." KUUaaaa' la Oatisat 0 "BHWaWr MOOtUTIVS aatr." rUKUS KUt SUWT - Saeoai-aaad Piaaa at All Moat, WM.KNAJBB & CO., Sty Markat Saaea. MOTJSUt J.XU JiMUT.lUJiANTli. NEW YORK BUFFET, m thjh mown x. w. Haat aatf Fasaat laaaaat ta tha alty- ta iAMM H. twtwranai "i 11 fjtaUSMtjft, 4aayat hLy HaofrMilMtaf, PV 1MB SU ttWaUMMi as w - i..-1-..i. 1 .an i.i an wmrtmm Ootaarutaaadiataa-'VE.. MHtfMaV HlMaMMa W FtUaMHM ft s aiaOtW lCit mx V4- 4VX- Wm m HaST the tSH J fe Wfl Royal Blue Liioe BRTWERX HW YORK, - BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The e ntlre equipment Is brnml new ami consists of th finest Ikggnge Tats, Coaches, Tailor antl Steeping Care ever boilthy the 1'allman Company. The Trains a re Vestlbnled from tml to eml ami protected by PnHawa's Im pro veil Anti-Tel escoping Device. All the Cars In All I! Under Devices Controlled by the Safety Car Ilealtnt; ami Lighting Company of New York. NO EXTRA FARE. Passengers occupying Parlor Car Scats or Sleeping Car Ilerths wilt pay the ordinary charges lor same. This Is the Only Lino Running Trains from Washington In 5 Hours to New York w Ticket Oftlcee, G10 and 1351 Pennsylvania avomie, and Depot corner New Jersey avenue and C street. au80,2w SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCBL ROY'S HRT STORE,' 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravlrg?, Water fo'ois, rhotographs end All Pictures In S!oc'( Ixcept Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Special attention paid to Framing, lloalMlBjr, Moving and Doxlait l'lcturs ami Mirror. WHEATLEY BROS., UEALSKS.IN L.UMBBR AND FACTURERS OF DOORS, SASH Ai BLINDS, Estimates Furnished MILL I Comer 7th st, and R. I. ave., Washington. 3034, south side Water St., West Washington. YARDS James B. Ltambie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. THE NATIONAL SafeDeoositCo OFtaV'ASHIXGTOX. CttttttVptdSpy SMttlal Att OotijEraaav XHHtjIlT i aW. ABB VflUC m wu if Eim vmtm wiutwi, wmm of safes. OttathtM k Its MRBtMMkOP ITItrtMl 1 n. tumsBitx. 1A.M TO t?. X. M, BALTIMORE HO WJaSHlHGTOH VIA the Train) iiea of Hi ALL KINDd OP on Any Kind of WORK. U8BCKUM. K1MNJC0I.A. UOUMHiUU. BfXOTjrja Ant foawiU always UaTe beauului Biwl. sWto M4 Hi-Til Wbotetol Deyot, uuf- ar Matt tteatt a4 UnUna aajw. WW. U. OAI.T i. CO. JQHN P. AQNEW & GO IdaUMtaC Wi CCMK! Ctaaai ClaaL Hjajb Uit &L. ABA. lib,! JkriUiBiMBU ' fcEREsm 11 BER 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. LIE?, BLTTIHBER & MILLER Sixth Street and New York Ave. N. W. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, HIKE TEA 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. FOB SALS WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' BUT TOUE TEHSKS JLBD IAESESS as: 3ST El E! m stotutjk. it. M. W.. YARD SALE. HAS BEEN SOLD. MUST GO 1 Get Our Present FIGURES SACRIFICE. $1.15 and $1.50. IN 10 03 . 13 MIRDT3S . BY Till Mxt to 0MU SittjU T FALLS ICE i orrrcB 924 Pennsylvania Ave, Wlionmle and Htall Dealers la KENNEBEC ICE. Ow Waffws ps to AH rarts of the City, imMtoK Mmtrt rieasant. CAt.r-906, tft and Mi. Loek Dot for Ihe White Wagons! ICAlr.UOADS. Tho Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Donble Track. Splendid Socnery. Steel ItalU. Msfmlflcent Kqnlpmont, In effect May 11th. 1AM. Trains leare Washington, from station, cor Her of Sixth and U streets, ait follows: Ttm rirrmtiMi and tbe Vet, niiosgn Llmt ted Kxprwsof Pnllman VeMibnlef'arjat Ifl 90 a m dally; FVwt Line, 10 so a ra daily to Clitcajro. uolnmbn and st Loan with hK?''2r:.cfr8 ,rom narrhbnrnto lnd!an.itv pllj, nttbnrff to Ootnmbn: Altoonj w thtoaico. tl. Lonls Chicago and Cincinnati itxprees, 3 30 n m ilaiiy. rarlnr car Wah Jtgtqn to Ilarrljbnrjf, and Slocplnar C'irs Ilatrtslrarir to St. Ixrai. Chloa?o and cm otnnatl, and Dlnln Car Hatrl'bnrjr to St Lonl, chleafto and ctnolnnatl. Wenern Bt wess, at T.1 n m dally, with sleepini? Cars WasMnfton tochloacoand 8t Ionl, con nectlnit dally at llnrrlsbnrp with thronuh Sleepers for LonlsTllleand Sfetnphls Pun man rininc fr rittbnrg to Itichmond and Ihlcaco. I'acltlo Kxpre, 10.00 prnilmir, for nttlmre and the WeV. with thronzh Sleeper to 1'ittsburR and l'lttsburu toChl IlALTiMOnE AND TOTOMAC UAtLnOAD. Fon Kajib, Canandalgiia, nooheter and Nl siwra Falls dally, except Snnday.8 10 am. Fon En . CnnandAl?na and Hocheter dally: ftr llnrTalo and Nlittara dally, except Sat urday, 1000 p m, with Sleeping Car Wash Inaton to Rochester. Fon lU.tAMsroKT, Look Haven and Elmlra, at 10.M n m dally, except Snnday. Fhn Wn.LtAsronT, dally, S.30 pm. ronTnirjAijri.ritiA. Now Vork. and the Kssf, r-2,?ntSk,l,li.;3 ,U0r m.w,3.is,4.so, B.W. 10.00 and 11.00 pm. On Sunday, 9.00. 11.40 a tn, 2.10. 3.JS, 4 JO, 10.00 and 11 a) p u. Limited Express of i-ullman TarlorCars 0.40 a m dally, except Sundny. Ton Naw Yonis only. Limited Express with Dining Car. a 00 p m dally. For rniLAPELrniA only, Fast Kxp!ci3IOa m week days and 4pm dally. Express Sundar only. B 40 pm. Fon DotToa without change, 3.1S pm overr nay. Fon FnooKLtn N. Y all through trains con nect at Jcrey City wllh lioati of Ilrooklyn Ante. flfTr.rdlnir direct transfer to Fulton flrect avohilnitdoublo ferriage across New Turk City. Fon Atlantic Citt, M.40 a m wookdays, ll 30 pm dally. Fon IlAt.TiMnnr, CSS. 7.50. fi.10, 0.C0, 0 40, 10.00, lo.ro, it cosnd II 40a n. U.os, a io, 3.15 3.10. 4 CX), 4 SO, 4 SO, 8 CO. B. 10, 0 00. 7.40, 10.00 an.( IlOpm. On Sunday 0.00 oo.i. 10fl, 11 10 a m. a.lP, 3.15, 3.10, 4.(j0, 4.S0. 8.00, 5.), 0.00. 7.4P, loooandlisopm. Von I'ora's Ciuek Lins, 7 20 a m and 4." p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AMNAimiK, 7.80 and 9.00 am, 12.(5 and 4opm dally, oxevpt Sunday. Sundays, 0 00a.ranr.il 4. so pm. WASIIIMITON 80UTIIK11N HAILWAT 111 effect May 11th, 1800. For Alexandria, 4 30. 0 30, 7 45, S 40, 9 15, 10.87a in. U.OI nnon,3.C8, 3.30, 4.23, 4 5 6.01, 8.W, lO.onaiHl 11.30 pm. On snnday at 4 3.1. 7.45,9.45 10.57, am, 2.30,0.01, 8.W and l'J.05 p.m. Accomhopation for Quantlto. 7 15 a maul 4J6prn wtck-day. 7.48 ft m Suudnyt For llitiiMoMiand tho Huuth, 4 30 and 10.57a m dally. Accommodation 4.83 p m wook days. TrtAixulfttTe Alexandria for Washington, 8.05 7 1 8. 8 W). B.I0. 10.18.11.07 am: 1.20 .1.00.3.50. 8.10. 6 08. 7.08 9.!W. 10 37 and It CI p n On Sunday at 9.10 nnd 11.07 a m; 2.00. li 7.C8. 7.W. S.H0 and 1U.37 pm. Tickets and Information at tho efflce, norilMMtt corner of Thirteenth ttrcct and l'enmylvanlrt avenue, rihI at tho station, jvlicrnnrilurs can u left for the checking of liafcage to destination from hotels and roil- itttti(.vn. ciias. k. ruon, Oeneral Jtanaaer. J. n. WOOD. Oenl. Pass. Agent. llnltiiiioro ami Oliio Hnilro.iil. Sohedule In effect June 26, 1390, Leave Washington from utatlou corner of ftaw Jerier avenue and O struct. For Chicago and Northwest, eit.h-je.l Limited sxpreM dally 11.30 a m, ex-row SfCpru. - For Cincimnati. St. ImiIs and Indianapolis express ditily 3.W Ld 11 40 pm. Fih l'lrrnif b and Cleveland, express dAll 8 Warn and 8.40 p. m. For LxxixttTOK ami points In theShonan'Joab Vallwy, li.tOam. For im-iimtih snd way ttutlons, tJ.S0 p m. Fob Lorat, fJ0 aud '8.45 p m. Fob Ualtimomx, week days. 4 C5, 5.00, 0M, M.TJMA.10 tJmlnutet). 8.30. 9 JO, (11.00, 1J.00 48-mlnutas) n. ra, li.io.2.15 (Jd 45- mlnute), (3.18. 45-n.lnutes, 3.25, 4 20, 4 SO. 4.! (U0, 48-mlBUte) 8.30 6.00, 0.13. 0M. 7W.,TJU,8 3I 9.fu. 10 30 and 1130 p. ra! MiM!ays, 4 08, 7.!, 7J0, 8.30. 9 30 a m. (14.00, 44 MluutMj 1.00. 2.13, (,50, 4Vmla utt) 3 , 4 , 4 K, (1.50, 43mlnutos) (MW. 6.18. e.W, 7J0, S.3V104I . 11.30 pro. Fob W av Station twtween ashlngtoa and 9 t, 4.tv, ciat, 11.89 p m, Traim uuvx IlAiroiOBE for Washligton, Wiik IJ, S.lAi, b .JO. 8.(0,7.13, 7,80, .). 8.M. 888, S3u ami 10.W. 10.8.)a m.I 1J.0O. it 10. X 10, 2.3J, X 80, 4 00, 4.15, S 00, 0 00, 8.20. 7.(0, 7 M. 8 JO. 8 aa, 9 io. 10. lu, 10JM and 1 1.00 p ra. SuodATS. 8 39. 7 18. 8 30, 83, 9 30, 10,20. W.aw,uiw. i oa.2i0,sw,4.ri 8xo,ejo 7.00, 7 80. 8. , 8 SO. 10 10. 10.20 and 11.00 p m! Fob Amnaiui.1. 6 38 and 8 30 a in., U 10 and 4 38 p m. bBlays. 8 30 a in., 4 ,.' p m. Leave ABBapuli. S 85, 8 37 a m., U 05, 3.t prs. buwdays, 8.30 a ra., Siinm, Fvb fcrTATnw ou ttM MetrODo.itaa Ilra--ti, H 80 a m.. II . W p m. For prti c .;u " Hatlotw only, iW.to a m, tlw and t5 a pra. Fob Hocktilu and Way Stations. 1 35 p m. tMt (lAiTUkumjiw aad iGtvrmodlate pu'u't tje,ii, tiii'Oa ra., tl.oo, tjoo, i.hj M.M,lM.(W, tUHpn, Fob L'uu' mul lutersMdiate stations, 9 pas CHacH train leave Washington on Sun It all 18 urn., itoBfrfBK at all station on MtofJlliw Braach. Pub Fhkimuui k. W 80, J8J0, iJ 30 tit 30 a m., S1.1S. t 30, tl.8tf p . Vtui II ABButfuwN, tW.49 a. m, aud t J 10 p m. TvAiMtAKBiva trust Chicago dally 11 nam aad 4. IS t as; ! CiBotuaati and bt liui Oitliy t.ttfkuuBd 2 ut pw; Ircm Pj(t bur i T.M a Hi. 880 p in dauy. KW YOMK FHILAOKLPUIA DIVISION, Fob Vtv Voau TtBBtoa. Newark N .T.a-i IlitaUtii. X. J , I08, flw), WOO, l-'OO am. 4M. 4Jfl aad ! p m Ut rarlur Cut om all da y train. 6Ue i : 3 i t ar U ttM W 8U p IB, OUrB at H.IM p m. Fob PutLAUuuiA, 'lit, tuo. join, :00 wws, 1JW. l 80. Cli aad 10 Mud Fob WiBK. Hal WUariagtoa aiil lc--'r, 'iM. mm a w. woo noun, w uw, 'Cl&sad tlia, Fob ifcTtAUisjMAH HMtrs btwea Ba't -its atut Phi t.Ulphlt. ts UO and tim,t, -, 4Jis p M. Tlfc unit Xw Yatk for Washing tx, J UA tH.8 a , ., 'S., i w p u an I Tbaim lsav' Hoiadelphla lor WaV. zttoa, t ., a.18. 1LT a m, t w, .1, T.WVBL W..U U.U.K..U w wnwt. -i 'M9 m wtU Pulmaa H;(T-f, MHIttiaiAT inr SMUBWaT UruBBA t I. -' 'l wkhiMlf CBBBBB. via FMUltkeoLtflO bi , 1 , laajMtx tnnaBT) la B. X A ttxn, a:. Fob aTtajifUJ Csri, IJ8 aad PM0 in.i; 3 lt.pit FOB aUT MlfHiS Wsax iiAis,.18a m.. 1.88. 4. jo m S - days, 988bi-, ls0,3Upm. Lxavb Hay Bum.b, week d), t 30, ":. " SuAuUya, 8.08, b 80 p B. tBxcept Suudaj. Dally JSr Mr rn-y, Batftuge tallud fur aud K, k. I : , , ttUaud rtaliU'iuMM by I ul'ui J ia', i , a jfdem Uft at titkot. uOit-s. ij.j a., j. , , i'a. ave. aud at depot J T UiELL. I U O. fii ' . 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