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TIIE DAILY CEITIC, 11 , AY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1890. Tub Daily Critic , ftvNMen' Sew rati tirt, . John Redden, the r4rne r intitmflt man. 0trlih3ptw?ti,rMrrttthrtm-t thWwt,int J BSt MA JMt ett wtthti rcmrned frtnt the etst- (W of nriWsVOepi ' j fi xJ . ' . TO. TBUI can rnrriHh voti T to MITef. at fhj nN-.tn tstt pn, on tne msrailrM-nl r'an It, HAWrhton . Co '4 linmMW aVrtnetfons. Iiw :hHr lo-elj r iri r ')' Kitnor in (. ntrry ;hi itf arppis IN' isnri' No tf'cr 'ch I "'it-u'i BBftaS: ' I.flrt 1ml l I. Ft. M.M(nmiB m-!Wh' i- t.nrrfts, - (Mm for Well im ritrtir f..i "ho II imwrnttnttn pw "! n.-.m-, t W H -l.'i ...if . ,iiii . t . itwrevr f -t n,rt' She Natttwtai mtm netwatlt CnmtN?, 0r. lflth !t. and l, T t.eio). (Morten for 9:rrwr(. inwel'r, Lace, nil Sands Mid valuable r ( kinds. CtM Mmt Safe' deposit fcwtet for rent At tn rerj hrwtwt rate , relief h mm A WfU'KnnwH CnrNft 'rwket Mfr tihlnn Wltk 1hMl !, Ifope Barren. r as -be m rfftter itnows. Hop .T'-n, ,m Inmate of ft Jtouta of III rvpttti- .-n r struct, com mitted strickle ypstmlny nftemnmt. She had bm rtttietttd fov her lover on "Wednwrlay Bight, m tvnt that hart feaprwited many N ttmi before, ami whenever It did the plrl Attempted lo kill aerrclf. Strcral times her wlcfdl MUmpta haw hwn dim ovcrctl and tn tra(d, wl so whmevt the two would fcre n sceM iind Hope thrrafimeit to Mil herself, It ww laughed it. After the qtmrtt'l on Wetliwsiltr Bight, In ivhlcli lier lorer. who I a wen hsowu msn slioul town, nod who Is UMtrled, told her lie would not rUlt Iter stain, she mM Hothlnir, but before leurixg told iioiile i vlor, tho pronrlB Irett of the knuc, that If rtiiyliilng she uld hnpiHjn to lnr ho wnll her lover's piotiih' ihr(i! In her coffin. Yettenlny Diornlnu -ho f.illetl to come down to irtkft ( the usiml hcur, sml snoilu r .ii thi InroAtet hnr lied to her tocit. I.ini m the ld tlocoDsclotw sifl .i! iu. vt at the p int of death, the tlrt a r.mnd. lr Eflly fon snd JIlDdktun from the nmcrgencr Jloiltsl, and Dr. Harrlnon Col( were tuHimot)el, hut wore unnblc to mim the girl, who liml uXen fntnl dote of inotplilne. After working with her for some time and rinding thel' effort! frnltleM. It wt decided to tend the plrl to her mother's No. tlW New Jcrtey avenue, where he illwl nbout 3:80 o'clock. Norte's life w a perullnrly wd one. She wai a twin nloter, nod the othor, IMle, wme lime Hro wmi to live In a lwuMonMai)ltnd avenue, while Hope II allied a man ntmed llmltm. U twteotbetwo lMer there t-xlltl the ttrinoft ilTfctl.in.nnil Hope frequently vUlttd the wnywHiiI IMI,- Her hut lord forbade It. urn I tluxlly Nxckwl htr cut of the bow. Then her downward rareer heeao. She nturrunl to the Maryland avwiue lioiue, and went ra4dly fown the hill. Afterward th two lHtn lived at JUrlba Itaper'k ml then Hope went to Tolly Taylor". Shu tiecatae Infatuateil vlth the man for w bont h killed her Mlf, and the liaUvn Um lnwtn a stormy oae, for the man, who had a family, ha, tried Innumerable tlmea to break away iron her, and Undine the eotihl not re tain hh love ended it by the fatal doe of morphine. TO TEST THE LAW. A CvltM( tvlillvr Tnktw Out u Writ r Ilub Corpua. Ywteiday afternoon a writ of kabu ftp was obtained for Orrille ti. WIW aoa, the "toaplne" et who has been unking In this city for tome time. "Wilton haa hen before Judice Miller twice for peddllaic without a license, aad jaatattUy he was need S5. In default of mvinetit ha wai entumilUii U the workbouie for thirty day. The itin oi tnti n.trnat coruui means the t of the Hcente law of the DUtrict, wDtcn mere him already been con- aUemble litigation. Through a pro forma arrangement "Wilkon wae lau in the afternoon pro duced before Judge Cox by Superin tendent Btoutenburg of the workhouee, ud the hearing in the eae wae refer ted to the Court In 0aral Term. Mr. AViUon furnished bonds for hU appear wee. CLtT&SED THE PRISONER, 3lut II lteH.lnt Arrt and Struak th UMttr la the Fits. On the nig ht of September T Officer Wurpby of the Fourth precinct arretted Thomas Caiiyle, a carpenter, for using profane language in front of a house on Thirteenth street Cariyw was istluxi-t-attd at the time aul not only resisted smtd hot struck the officer in the (act with his fiat. In self defetwe 0 cr Murphy used hk dun, and one of XU htowa raptured an aslery in Gariyb ltad. Df. Hammett bad U be called U tb station to attend the injured man. &4Mt C4r ly'uliUttM. 1-ast night about 7 o'eloek thete wa a collision Lciwtwn ose of the Seventh itttt grip can and a Ninth atfet ear al the B street crossing. Both driver apt-lWd the brakes and mad every (.Sort I sto that care, bwt wtrtwsil avail. A hvdy passenger of that cable cm m usHwa into um tiMM by we fsaca of the toliieUn and ""'war Uclt tohuea. She was taken to As ' (ffce of Dr. Pouilun, aaar the comer i f Fvur aad a half ad y street, where ' be gave the name of Mrs. Eva Cook, jaattftag at So. Hi Estreat aoathweat. MMJ Wms. hisria 0. Taylor has tied a petiriun : fcr a bill of divorce from her husband, ' Viliieau Taylor. They wet aurried fat tbU cttj o AorU 1. 1S73, ad have hed no childia. The compUbuBt chargea that about a year ago her hut- ' hand chanced from a kind and good (itbfulcaiu)toaB abusive d cruel wm-. sHw also rharrrte that In Juna l8t. he threatened to km her, aadon the 19th of 8puaibi. Mm. he hru lal tMtasiiied ana) chisBml Imst i Tus BttM 41r. At an eaily hvur this mwntng a tUe wa iicwed in that thjai ataey of h Xmmt a lumhty buiWtg, M Ttnth atteet BAithweat. rhat dam ,td th twofcrty to the astesM of fam '1 it in a canned by that shnoartaf of i . -wduat. A still ahum tnt arnsi by ;' ui Oalvair to Eagise Compaay No. - - - u that Bnjatata were ioti frirtfaa jfvj.a-uiet: tnw i . , l me HejMsOB o liaftsyette t ..I- Ldi-rtios: wpoira and tk- . .: an.ii.j? tLc. tutltrMM djrtsBg '.-' 1 i tfhkb haa bees , l i: '.. alUfcu i USUea. I rsl S-,' i h'arh, DO OUXUr -t e u . J pcfuuutcuuy i. i J 1v. jiMefm &vnKM0v OWNMI. At TOO. Ask M) Ivitt9nfteB, m feMvHfe. of AH I i !i a.Jj SPORTING GOSSIP. ii imiissi) i. a tea IlftlNfi OF TBB TR0tTT,T WW. BREEBSR8 A38oaAtT9rt. ! fttf OrwwM ewA ttttmfWmt neinx. WMtsN MM tn rtntf MMfrf fo- svirin Aiftratte Cltiti Rew fhHt Arrerwewn. The gecrjvd days' meeting of tr frrtttJrif Jtore Breeders' Aiwoclathm at feeBTtfog's yesterday aftentorm fur fiftbed anrne exciting sport to tire larjm cfowd that attendetl. The programme Was not flnlsbed, and tt m deeided to BW the tr year old race this afternoon. fl1b the three year old race, have some p ny raxes, and seversl attempts to Iwdih m-rrrlt. Tlw racing will begin at 1 o'clof It, and Admlwlon will be free. Ihf drat race c tiled was the ttn fi! hed 2 3. raee. hi which Alchemist am! f.wcy Bell hml each obtained a heat. I.i Vie rtired the third heal, Alchemist txlnr tet back for running. The fourth beat wae won by t.ncy IMI, Imt M chemlrt secured the next two heats ami the race. Ilokcland won the 9 30 race In three airtight heats, ami the yearling race fell to Mr. Christie. !Mr .Tfaa Tvann's tlnmlaa trtaft tnl.l hlr. record of 3:96, Imt falletl, and hit stable companion. Jim Maine, trotted two heats In 3:31 ami 9:97. Only two horses, Hcgonin ami Link wood Chief, atrpearetl for the 2:15 roce, which wa won by the latter. Monoetey carrletl off two heata in the 8 year-old race, ami Yolbrlao II. secured one. Following are the entries for the 2 Tear olds today: Mile best; two In three: purse H0 Oeneral K. F. Beale, I4lv Aneus; A. M. Chr1tl, ntoddard; C .Vt. De Oarmemltd, Mstto and Mititmin, Jr.; J. W. .McFmMen, Irsnboe: C. Oeorjre MealtinlM, Juim Flher, John White A Sons, Mario. The last regatta of the Potomac Ath letic Club for the season will take place this afternoon. There will he races In elghls, fours and singles, nnd some ox-relk-nt racing mny be expected, Judging from the composition of tho crews. Tho course will be from IhcFree Urldge to the boat house. Captain Doyton will clve an aquatic exhibition between Uiu races, nnd after the regatta a dunce will be given in the club house. The crews will be as follows: FlfhH-h'ew eight: F. II. Bsrbsrin, 8; W. X OfHey. 7. II. S. Selden, 0; 0. J. Jchsston, : K. Frsnch. 4; K. KtBckal, 3; V. lumphrey, 9; W. Hlblw, I; coxswain, T. C. Trearott. OM elgM: A. J. Kobinton. 8; C. 0. War den, 7; W. Pteree, 0; J. McCoy, S: A. ctl lej, I; H. Brace. 8; V. Srwrlff, a; J. Von I.ockriilisuMD, 1; coxswain, V. F. Kot file. Feurt rtar four: II. V. F.lmore, 1; J. IJtlnhsrt. 3: F.. K. HsynohU, 3; J. 6". Dyer, I.r four: I- A. Fischer, 1; C. C. Smith n n. i; VV. T. Norton, 3; U. K. Sawyer, 4. fiigk Khells: II. 3. ahlen; J. H. Utiyle, (' ti warden, J. Von Docknbauwi, aad It. F 8ter. Ho'tner and Wallace lines will row n slnsiv scull race at Hlver View next tundsy for 100 a side, and an added pureof 100. The details of the race were amoved to-day. The course will be two miles with three turns which will give the spectators an ample opportunity to wit ness the entire race from start to finish. It will be rowed tome time between ) and 4 o'clock, and Ilostner expressed hltprelf V day as confident of hi ability to defeat ltoss. He Is in prime cnlftloH having been in training con siautly, and while he weighs consider ably less than Host, does not believe this will handicap hU c Unite Kecently at Iloston Iloemer knocked the two mile record of liS.31 tuto a cocked bat and i-atahllahed the present record for that distance at 13:90. The tennis tournament in I.e Droit Park was continued yesterday. Wright defeated Wormian, Fish defeated Dyunforth, and liulterworth beat M right, which brings him Into the flnaU, the winner of which plays Bernard for the Harrison trophy. In the doublet for the Dyrenforth cup, Geneel and Doyle beat Wright and Urooks, and liulterworth and Dudley defeated Iliehop ami Schvenburn. Monday afternoon next will be Held day with the Y. M. U. A. Athletic Club. The games will commence at Capitol Park at 11.1 o'clock, and there will be thirty contests a u for the one gold, and eight silver medals. The events will include a 100 yard daih, 30 yard hurdle, half mile 'race, run ning high jump, running long jump, pole vaults, pulling shot and throwing hammer- The exhibition will be free aed ladies are especially invited. Tickets ean be obtained at the office of the association, where the beautiful medals are now on exhibition. Yesterday Mr. L. M. Kntger, on a Columbia safety Ueyele, rode from Unlontown Bridge to Upper Marlboro', .a diataneeof sixteen mUts, is one hour and ten minutes, breaking hit record in 1884 for the same distance in one hour and thirty minutes. A lltrla Our, tttrmt Umttk't Omt Unu Old lady Where is your hwhaatl. Mrs. DeLostgt Mrs, Belong He couldn't eeeaa. lie has the iheumstism all over him. OM lady Good neat me? And he's over sue net Big. HIW'rT ,,-WWV, Save Your Hair BY a timely use of Ayere llalr Vigor. Ttua preparation has uu equal as a dieauig It Veep the scalp c Wan, cool , and tttnky, ana preservee the color, fullness, and banuty of the hair. "I was rapidly Wmuung bald and pay ; but after using two ur three buttles uf Aycr's Hair Vigor my hair gvew ttuefc Jnd glossy ism the otMpnnl cohx was reetoted ' Xeivin Aiurkh, Canaan Cetr, K U- ago I umt art my naum eoatHuac uf M,aaeits After due wAisimt. no bmw azuisrSsi abmjuiI. X tswB used Ayw neir Ybjee and my hugjtw TWBk itcl Unaig, J ha apparently come to stay- The Yuur u evidently ajp:a aid to nature." J- b- WiUiaas, FWeavUlt, Tea. UI bv tsaed yes's Hair Vigor tot the past fwiir ut bve yearn ami did it a afrsT iiSiiinftn'frtiry dtesvdtut frf the hair Sis til I could dtutiie, bang harmWst, itmfiftitf tUe bnbr to retain va tat it .rat eolur, and rtnatjring but a small quantity to ittiukr the SO IBUIial Um BJUX easy to ansg. mm. n a. h Sarertull. H. m. A. SaUey, Chwrlea wrma atret. u I twv v bevu liB.'ua Ayur' Hur Vigor lor several years, aud Uiiisv that U las mused luy luur u r.tuu Us natural eolur "Mis U J Kuu, W-det m Ufy (iuuila, &v , biiii-jyv die, Md- Ayer's Hair Vigor yuu-As9 sr Dr. J. C. Ayer 4 Co , Lowes. Mats. mmm his memory. IItlrftt AttttretMe n Jehn IWtyte O'Keitty it rrwmtiwwt irtsttnwti. The members of Carroll Institute rrcM A memorial meeting lMt night, In rwmt of the IrMi ttttbor swd Jowr mtlht, John Boyle O'RerUy, btm was well attended. Mr. t. 1. Mnrnht, president of the Institute, In bta opewHat remarks tald: "It Is fitting that wit, who protest to love all that h imMtj and etalted, should pay tribute to tin rlrtues and the genius and the noMltty Of character of John Boyle OTWllr. IBs name and fame are dear to Urate In whote reins flows the warm blood of Ireland. He was faithful and true to the land of his birth, bnt was no lest a devoted and loyal citizen of his adopted country. Every line of his writings breathed a spirit of love and Christian charity." President Murphy Betlly's sufferings in i referred to Mr. sufferings In the nenal rnlonv of Anttmlm, but which tlhl not dtire the snnehlne from hrs rmtnrc. Th simplest happenings of everyday life were tn hrm an Inspiration, ami for him evervlhlng In nature was poetry ami music Other eulogistic remarks were made by Captain Patrick Farrell, Major al mond Mallet, Edward A. Jlosely, M. 1. Weller nnd Captain O'Mengher Otranor. Major lllrhartl Ottlahan rend a poetn, "Welcome, John Boyle O'Reilly.' Hesolutlons exnresslve of admiration for the ability and eralitude. for the services and respect for the distin guished author, able advocate ami champion of rellelous and pollttoftl lib erty were adopted. Messrs. 31. 1. Wel ler, N. T. Taylor and Kdward ,T. Uan nan were Appointed a committee to co operate with the Boston committee In the erection of a suitable monument to the Illustrious deceased. Kipped In tho Hint. From tkt ItttrMt Frtt Prm. A woman who appeared to be an ex cursionist wits walking up and down Woodward avenue yesterday with a man's lint In ono hand and a large calf skin wallet In the other, nnd an olllcor finally approached her and asked: "3Iadant, are you looking for any one?" "Oh. no," she replied, "I know right whore he Is." "Are you In any trouble 1" "No, sir; I never allow anything to trouble me." "But you you " "It's just this way, sir. 3Ie and my husband camo In on the excursion. After we tot here ho began to frisk nnd cut up and I proceeded to nip him In the bud. Ho't over thcro on the City Hall steps, Ixtrohemled and without a cent, while I hold the key of the posi tion." She Couldn't Hear n Word, Trent tU Xtw IV Am. "That was n bod scare Sirs. Parting ton had the other tiny." "TT?" "She went to the panlomlne and thought she had suddenly loit her hoar lug." Aliuut liven, FnxA tA4 Xrtr IV l Am. 31oodles (after a week at Saratoga) I say, Bangle, you pay the hotel bill and I'll tip the servant. I UBfeT ON ACCOUNT OF PURITY. AGE AND STRENGTH. I'Mt'rfully t.'ooil for family l'o. Itf llfllrllll for M'rnU and IlebllltuliMl l'erkotii. R.S.WIDDICOMBE 3IuuaKer tVaibiiiirtou llrunrti, 703-705 Hoi Capitol Street Telephone 273. salt Sea LfflG Company's EXTRACT Bar tssprovad and aeonowlo cookery. Um It for Soups, Sauo,Ia4( DUhes tUams, PUh, ate), Apic or Msat Jelly. Kaeps perfectly In all cliauttM for any leustU of Uae, and U vboapw aad or Soar taror tiua itnyotbiMrstoek. 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Engineers who have seen this new way ol using Motive Power approve the system as a revolution in machinery, For all Information apply to the American Energizer Manufacturing Co,r L.I7VTITED, WORKS, BENNING'S, D. C. Office, 1416 F Street Northwest. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S KRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, Photographs and All Pictures Stock txcept Allotypes at 20 Per Cent, Discount. Special attention paU to FraralBR, RetlMlmt, MovIbr aad Boxlajt rtcture and Mirrors. James B. Ltambie, HKRDWKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, MAKE TEA OR WFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer uaet as the In stant the cooTcing is done you caa extinguish the fire. FOB SALS WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.1 r9sBsHPP9sMtIHlBBOBjBlBBiSasilB I 3 JexeMjSjpjgl I WHOM AMD BC HAiGDl ToU CANV fPr, BSSHfi VJgKwtn ,Tl That trwjk 1cam tmu W5Stgms tsssnB s i tnt m0ryp sm ft r? rJgn jri rh, n. rstyy -jtr-5r u4bbE, t JltnanSBU at? Jtvtl 1 ' a -QfcHes lam f BKta.. -Vvl IJ -... i.i j Kf&tr.JSmVaJ i'riLtiS'Zk okaV JaBBvYxnfilirVl Jm. Oi"ninni.sftjnsi SsBPB."KHsntnBBB7jCxsr Jrf HiP&Mm ' Mx xsnt Wbb r 'frr &bsv5b-' '' tJJr irl 3Bhs4 &mMek BUT TOUE TRUCKS AST) HAEHBSS A 436 ScvctiUi bu N W n.i iu Od.t Ft.Uv.wa' HU HtCHTBR KLECTRtC ttQItT CO., OiMOLt, N. J. KNBROIZKR M0MH?itUM KNUINB, - htrrpe romr inmim tn (Mswisbm. Tba $1.1 5 and $1.50. IN 16 OB 19 MINUTES., BY TUB BArt.BOtM, tm Qmt PennsylTania Route To tire Worth, West and Sottthwett, PoaM Trtc. SvitMid Scenery. Pe' !', ysflriflcent wjtrrpawjit, IneM My!lth.i8. Tfairw teave Wd'htncton, iroin station, cor- net of Snth anil B treet, a follows: TfMftt&mim and the West, CMoaeo Mrat ttrt atwws of rmitnan Vestihute Can at . a ft flatly; Far wne, mm a ra dally to Oilcteo. omunbns and 8t. Lnirls. with Meepfng Cars from rjarrirnrrrto lrrfknan Ollt, ntUbnrc to Cotnmnn; Altoona to Chlctpvs Bt-Ixmls. f'Mr-ago and Cmelanntl Syewa. S n a dally Parlor cr Wash tetteaeo HarrisDnrt, and Slpeptog. Csr rrtrwrt o st. teak CMmtro aiH Otn Qtnnatl.and Drntnt far tfitrrl.bimr to St Ixinl,(nKsjrn and (Inetnvatt, WMterajix wem, at 7. r m dnllv, with SteeinW Oirs wasblntton to chteacn aad St. Urals, ooq twetlng datlf at Barrlsbnrt with tnronah SletTwrs for finnJxVIIIwand Memfmh. Pnlt maa Irtnlnt wr P1tttmrr to Richmond aad ChtCSto Pacific Krre, Hl.W nradallv. for Ptmbmr ard the West, with tbroaah Sleeprrto Pitt.bnrs- and rtttitmrn to CM- BAJ.IlJtOR AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. to Ham, Canaadalana, Rochester and Nl ttwra raJVu Sally. .except Sunday, a to a tn. Tom tain, Canaftdahrna and Rochester dally: nrtlay.IOWprn.wlth Sleepfo; Car Wash- inttpn to rfocneter. W'M.i'ro!iT. lott Haven and Btmira, at 10.IW a m dally, except Snndtv. Jo Wii.i.tA.a.roRT, da'ly, t.tO pm. Foa TanJor.ijTnA. NewTork and the But. I-25.,aI,,v'.!la " Wa m. iio. s.t, tjjo, 6..t0ffiaridll pm.On Somlay.B.M, Ltfntted Xxprexs of Pnllman Parlor Oa u. xs w.w a m oaiij, except mmiay. Pea S Tok onlv, Limited Bxpress with MM Car, i a pn I dally. la rnrtAntijmA .only. Fast Expteta 8 W a 51 wpea-daw and p ra dally. Bxpress Snmla v only, S.ta n m . Fob Bostoh without obantre, S.IS n m everv dtT. ' For Bbooki.tr. N. Y all thrrmsh trains eon- neot ntManey City with tmateof Brooklrn Annex, afforaln direct transfer to Fitlton ttntetj fiToWmgiloobloferrlftfto across Now torlt City. Fori Atuktio Citt, 11.40 a tn wock-dars, 11.S0 pn dally. Fob BAlTTmw. n ., T.JO, R.10, 0.00. 9.), 10.00. l(UO, 11 Wand 11 40a n, TiOS. 2.10, 3.1S 3.30. 4 09, 4 SO, 4 30. 00. 5.40, 6 00, 7.40, io.OO and HJOp m. OaSnndar9.ro. 9.ns, 10O. ll.M 5 JP-A-Jft is-,? 22- -' 40- s- 0.00, 7.40. 10,00 and 1190 pm. Foa Pote's Cutix Line, 7 90 a m and 4.30 p hi dally, except Snnday. ' Fob Axxxroi.iK ?.) and 9.00 a m, 13.03 and 4p m dally, except Gumlny. Sandar,. B4a.maBd4.Wpm. ' ' WASHINOTON eOUTIlKHN RAILWAT. In effect May 11th, lSW. ' Fon ALKXAnnatA, 4.80, 0SB, 7 4 8.40, 9.13. 19Jf A m, lt.04 noon, 8.05, S 30, 4.TSB, 4 J, 0.01. 8J, 10.OR and 11 49 p m. On Sunday at 4 JO. 7.45,9.43 10.07, am, SJ0, 6.01, 8.0 and 10.03 ActyMsoDAnns for Qnantlco. 7.45 a m nnd 4.t p m week-days. 7.4S n m Hundnys. Fob Hiriixiiwn and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dallj . Accommodation 4.55 p m week- Tbains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.03 ? PR. A An Q tn 1A IK ttn-. mi lmnn,A.rt 10. BOB. 7.0ft MO. 1037 and 1108 p"m' P"Snly at 9 10 Rntl 11.07 a m; 3.00. 3.10, XL? ... vv WHM iW."l II IU. Ticket, and Inrormntlon nt tho offlce. northeiMit corner of Thlrteonth street anil Penmyhanla nrenne, ami at tho station, where ordsr oan bo left for tho oheoklnit of bafgaire to destination from hotel and resi liences. ciiAs. . rnon. j. n. wood, Oenernl Manawr. Oenl. Pass. Agent, Ilaltimoro anil Ohio HailroadT" cbelnle In etTwt June M, 1800. Leate WarMuaton from station corner of Mew Jerser avenue and O street. Foa C-Mtr-Aso and Northwest, Vestlbuled l.ltnlted expren dally tl a m, express 9.30 pm. ' Fon CixriNVATi. St. Uml ami Indianapolis exprex daily t.te and 11 .30 p m. Fpa l-rrviMitiiw and Cfevelaml, ox press dill It at a m and .Kp. m. FoJ IrlsIIK?T5'' lth" I"11" ! toe Shenandoah Valley, 11. Warn. Fiih WitMTiK and w-ar stations, 15.30 u m. Foa Libat, J0 and p ra. Foa IIaltinohe, week day. 4.05,5.00. 8.35. 7JWi 7.80(8.09 tn-mlnntes), 8.30, 9.30, (11.00. W.00 44-mlmitH.i a. m,K.lO.!.15 (.5o 4V talnnlw). tt.16. 5-mlnutes), 3.S9, 4.1, 4 JO, 4JS 14.19, ttmlnilte.). 5 30 S.00, 6.15. c. a). 7 10. 7.8U, a 15, 9 so. io to and tl.so p. m. k2,l' 1 ,,so' 7- 8S0- 9 30 a m. (UM, mlnutt.) 1.00, 2.13, 1X30. 45-mln U,SW.I! . l-tt'ttw, (1.50, 45 minute) 0.00. S. 6.W. 7M, 8 tVlOJn, II 9 p m. ro8 )vr mation. between Washlntrtnn ami fSi""8.-. iw' 0-6' "V um-i,".I0,3.. ! 5 yi?." nT.ili)am., I.C0, W, 4.W, 6JU, 11.30 pm. Taik mavc iialtihork for Washington, weekday. 5.t, ., 188.8.131.52, 7.J0.8.0O, 8J0, 8 St, 8.84, and 10.30, 10J5a ni.t U.OO, 7.00, 7.0, 8.S0, 8 30, 9.00. to 10, 10) and U.oJ V iB. Hamlav.. t SO, 7.15, 8 SO. 8J 9 30. 10.J0. lojtam., uw. Los, lo.xso.t.is, s.w.e.ao. T.0U. 7 to. 8.. 8.t0. 10 19. 10J and 11.0jpm! Fob Annapqlm, Jt ami 8 JO a m., W. 10 and 4 80 p ra. Sundays. 8 30 a m., 4. p m. Laavit ABMpolt MS, 8.3T a m., W.09. 3 .' ja. Suuday. 8 30 a m., t.3t p m. Fob avATioa ob the Metropolitan Urano tn.89 8 30 a m.. ll.li p m. Pur prltolnal stmloB. only, 1 10.10 a m.,tl.30 and tj.X Fob tocKTiLUi and Way Stations. tlUpa. Foa tUiTHBaaaoBtf and laturawdUte points. ti).eo, jiooo, tuxea ., n, tsM uvt. t..wo, titaopm. FoaIluo'aud luterraadlate statiotu, ,9 lm. Cnt'BTH tbaik leavs WashlnttoB on Sunda att It ti in, stoppInK at all statloo oa MWropulltBn Itraaoh. Fob Fbxusbu-k. te.to, 8.to 30 til .30 a ra., Jl.lt. ts.to, tt.au p m. Fun R ASKiMNtwx, tw.4t a as. aad t5.39 p m. TBAik. abiuvk Iroaa t'hleaao dally 11.45 am and 4.W t bk from Cincinnati aad St. Loul dally S.tt a m and .05 p m; from PitUburir T.M a BO.se p m dally. NKW VOSK A PHILADSLPIIIA DIVISION. Fob Nrw Yobk. Treat oa New rk. N. J . aad Elisabeth. N. J , 'ISO. tii.io, W.W, woo aw. tji, .1.59 aad 'WW p m, BuSet Parlor Car ob all day train, gleeplng Car oa tb It ) p bj, oon at ato p bb. Fob Pmii ausuphu, ' ftft, tCU. U.t). '1300 boob, ! M. UM, . and '10.30 o m. Fob Ns-wabk, lhtl , WUwlastoa and Chester. 1.0s. ttje a bi, 00 noun, -J.U), 1.50, .14 and to in. Fob iTBBBUMATi voik'T lMtwewn Ball I more aad Pblutdalpala, ts 9U and T.tt a m, t.W, .sepB TBAik. lbavx New York for Wwlilwtoa. ), tu.ai a m. H 08, i C, 3.0jpuaud WlSBtebt. Tsauw LtAVB PUladelpaBt lor Wa.hmirton, HJ4. 8.15. "41.14, 11JB as. tl.W, M31, tja.n.tpBx. Fub Bovsim!, 'iM b a. Willi FellsMB Boffet ll)iftilng Car fbbbuu thnwch tu Hotoa wtUsMtf ckanu, vbt rixuAtwu.) Brlde, wining ra anfr ba I. A X. statiou at Fob ATLAkTW Cirr, tie aad 10.00 a xa. t.'.oo noun, Ssnulay, 1 at is, 1 90 auon and Bl.tOBMt. tBiocpt bnadar. Oatly. ISunday only. BaMeallesfforaBd ehecied from ho tel and rui.inain-a br I alua Tranter Co oa order left at ticket uMce, fit and ijsi r-a. eve. and at jtfBjt J. T ODBIXT CUA8. O. SC'CLL. Hem. JMauaaer (Jan. P Ar't JOHNP.AGNEW&OO Wlmlessle aad Hatait Dealer in h&wte id teNge's Creek Coal, (aFMCS: 1H Fa. ave. (Curooran BuUdiod. YAHI: dor. 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