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THE DAILY CRITIC, PATt'KOAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1890.
I The Daily Grttic oirr arryiA&a. Itmlrten'a New Fall Hsujits. voMi aMqM) tha ptotrcar iMtawimit bma MtmnfMMtiil at Wand ass aeratta street nuinwasu nm jnst retntiwd from tne mt- MftjMMteta wtni an iftmwnr snppiy of si! vrHn an iWllflM tip sattmntnr rr1. carne! ftaXMfte, ton cn fnrnlsh yonr Vmte f tow imnn noBseKeermw rooa. carpets, stow. MiR to jHWTet, at this stora, tstth cash j-nevw, on ine installment pian. IV. It. IlBnghtnn A Cn.'s limtnim Ileit actio rs. Qo aatJ oxanrine their lorely rsrlor anltas gjxrSJS for l Hither In chsrrTorsolM tji. Half prfca for all unseasonable foods. $afc patterns of carpets that cannot he aWMWtteJi, at prices which will snrprlse Jt. Ask to be shown those Solid Oak Bed too 8n tea, s nlece, for lid Also their S. lucres, of Solid Oak Bed room Snite TMse nltes are all Daisies, and will, an tKmbt, please the mott fatldlnns purchaser . All orders for Wall papering for the neat two weeks at 4S per cent discount, at W. It. Hoi outo Co '. 1S1 1 r street northiret The Natltinal Safe Deposit OnmpfiBj-, Oor. IBIh .St. anil N. Y. Amine. 84rj0e for Stlrerware, Jewelry, Laoaa, FWetfcwJjend valuables of all kinds. Owtfyjvs iiiotlwate. Safe deposit boaee for tasK at the vtsry lowest rates. PREPARING FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR. The Principals and Teachers Have n Sleeting to Ontllne Hie Work. Tin principal of the various, ill vMom of the public schools were kept bnar yesterday ami to ilay Issuing tickets of admission tn the new schol ais. Stiperlntemlent Powell avs that crerrlUIng Is reaily for an auspici tu often lag on Monday. The corps of tisclrtrs Is full, ami today they re potted for Instruction to their super vising principals. It Is estimated that the number of scholars will be Increased by about 3,000, the average yeatly In crease. The Grant and Weihttnan schools have liccn transferred fiom the First to the Fifth division, and the Phelps school fiom the First to the Second, on account of the addition of new super vising principals. The new supervising principals have been given the following assignments Ir. 0. S. Clarke will have supervision of the Gales, Madison, lilnlr, Wake, Twining and Arthurschools, with head nuarters at the Gales building. Sir. J. T. Freeman will have supervision over the schools on the cast side of tho Eastern branch of the river. Including Anacostla, Uennlng's, nnd ndjacont schools, wilh hetidiiuiutqrs tn the old Masonic building at Anacostla. Tho third new supervising principal will be i Isdy. who will have supervision of Instruction In the first nnd second crades. The teachers will meet In their re sncctlvc divisions to day, as follows: First division, Franklin School Build ing, nt 11 a. m. , Second division, Beaton School, 12, noon; Third di vision, Wallach School, 130 p. tn.; Fourth division, Jefferson School, 2:!J0. l'lfth division, Curtis School, 0.30 a in. : filxlk division, Franklin School. 10 30. The local trustee, the supervising prin cipal ami the superintendent will meet with them when greetings will bo ex changed and the opening work out JlHcd. A aionumsat to lis L'uv.lled. The Confederate monument to be presented by the Monument Association to the Ladles' Memorial Association will be unveiled at Fairfax Court House. Va on Octolter 1 The orator will bo Senator Daniels, and the poet, James L. Gordon, chaplains, Kev. V. M. Dane and Bev. Dr. Gardner. The chief marshal will be Colonel Arthur I lit licit, assisted by the following aids: Captain .1. II. Barnee. Captain II. M. Mason. lr. W. I). McWhorter, Captain 3. Owen Berry. Captain F. Beanie and Dr. W. V. Moncure The various Con federate organizations of Alexandria and the surrounding counties have beea Invited to participate in the ceremonies. General W . II. Payne will act as pre tiding oftictir of the day. ami the monu ment will be presented to the ladles by Captain Ballard am) received la tuelr behalf by General V II V. Lee. Knew .NoHiliir; at tlio Assault. During the trial of Officer Blley la the Police Court yesterday charged with assaulting Walter Carter, it was Inti mated that a special officer was with Mel sloth on the night that the asaault was committed. V II. Ferguson aUiee that be Is the only special olHcer Mkigeed to duty on that same beat wb rein Carter was clubbed, but he did sot kttow anything about the assault until after It wn oowmlited. Ferguson sevs that bad he been there he would have snade every endeavor to prevent Mcintosh frow using hU chib In the watiner he did. To Improve the ICnjiU. A Mil anefOBrialiag $50,000 for the IniBfovemest of the public road be tween the Chain, Aqueduct and Loaf bNJgs passed the Seaate yeeleeday aileiMtoa. This road extenas aloag tha river sad runs In float of the Ar llagUn Cesnetery. The Goveraateat has never pat aay woaey upoa hm io4c leading to the esMaaiery, the ex tkbm having beea Maintained by the tasptTess ot Akxaadria County. The kaftn ul the road ts eicbt nsUee. The Seefeisry of War and the District Com mhls' have beea aaxir us for soate Usae that money should be appropriated to catty out taeesi iaspfovesaeats. Tbree Uruukea Itojm. Ottkcer Ljrtta hut night arrested Wil Unas iwilh. 'fhoauu Liacuiey aad Fwk Boewell for befog druak aad dfawrii-riy oa swveath street northwest TVy w all hoys ranging frosa It to 14 yisws of ace. They were under the laalsjiaiiW) of uquor aad an etf art will be nmjtf tatad uut wbeie they obtained it. The eascer lucked laeiu up at the rxta WiUaai Irviag, cotoswl, btephea W Jtofm, Ifcutaaaat colonel, L. W. Gif lssi, asajar. W. C. Teiley, surgeon; If. T. CalM, taatata, G. O Barker, (tl(aN4AffMUlatV , SftBsUsVfli Vf. BaUalaMs tMmr of ta day, Nichols McGowaa, am U ike guard, Joaa H. McCoa , Utsfiae (fur tare) years), have besta ehwtesi uaacer of JcsVa A- Logs Cos waad, Uaaosi Vesasaa laiua. y Vf WABVUlnV sthaCsftHKUAS aMBAhMAaaSlWa 4iVaalaal auftiaaaeiuasB Qnt tkstt fttfaBt sjmp anipbssar ssasrvanssnrenv pisf wm PiaMfssussat has bjsest ub- to ta Cowisitoners by super - Liafeid. It iwosn meads aa i the aarviea. fNuacialiy la the aUe ot tw city. Tae service is the ifitarmr wui w uwmw up w tawipiay 1, aad thsw reduced duxiag dntaialar ifaao. Hum dya. white aMl oi , itcltf HaU Cmtiirtf i Alswudfta trawmWsT ae aawnw lucpatchtkd corpse of a young lady tL.il U v " butted tweaiy Bfe uubv Thrte WMUtia ehout u ukii itust would kad to the tdantl- i.L:iLi ..the remain. j Assataa ta ausssveaa mm Usaaluv'e Wr-'kf'W yui) tuuuUI atvaya tat ueed tor children tee a lose u W eaaa, sunaes mm ns-nvw , cures wiad uk, aad S i the beat SPORTING GOSSIP, TIB CWKI OF Til SCWB8SF9L TROT- nm xtcniTfi at benlxs's. Jew Hrts Mnde rttitterworth Wins Jlrst Prle In the Tennis Tanr Bfttnent The Pntemne Olnb's ItecattA. The meeting of the Trotting Horn Breeirers' Asfoclattoii was conclwlssl at Bennlng's yesterday aftntOB, ami brought to a clow an eminently sticcwi fnl meeting. In the 9 year old race Judge Fisher drttaaced his antagonists la both heats, and won the race. A quarter mile dash for ponies hail two starters F. M. Draney's Proctor Knott and C M. Gartnendla's Oliver Twist. The latter won by a length. Mr. John White's pacer, Belle of Frostburg, was given a trial for a record and made the mile In 3:41. Colonel Baughman's Cnrrlto also trotted for a record, time, 3 10. Mr. J. T. Walker's Steve Bailey mlnceil his record of 3.1? to 2-43, and records were maile bv Artlllera nnd Novia of 2 ll ami 3I7J respectively. The tennis tournament at Le Droit Park will probably end to day. Sir. Butterworth has won first prlrc In singles ami Doyle gels the runner up prle. To day Butterworth plays Bar nard for the fall championship cup. The lost regatta of the season of the Potomac Boat Club wsb held yesterday afternoon, and was witnessed by quite a large crowd. The first race was be tween fours, known as Doyle's four and Warden's four. Doyle's was comosed as follows: Doyle, 1. Pumphrey, 3; Von Dachenhauscn,3,and Ollley stroke! Warden's: Warden, 1, King, 3; McCoy, 3: Pierce stroke. Tho course was from under the Georgetown brldec to a finish, Just opposite the Potomac's boathouse, n short three-quarters of a mile. In the first race Doyle's crew got tho water first, and pulled nwny from the other crew at what was a winning speed from the start. It finished about a length and a half abend. Tho race for eights was then rowed. The old eight was composed of Bar barln, stroke; McCoy, ?i Bclnhart, G; French, 5. Flnckle, 4; Pumphrey, 3; Mason, 2: Von Dnchcnhausen, bow, nnd Captain Zapponl, coxswain. The new tight was composed of Ollley, lMrn. Inlmtni. T. Till. I. O. I.'Ihm K . cwunv. nvuiinju, . uiuira, i, uun, u. Pierce, Warden, 3; Noah, 2; Doyle, bow. nnd S. II. Wheeler, coxswain. The race was an exciting one, and the old eight won by about a quarter of n length. After tho race a dance was hold in the club-house and a pleasant evening passed. Ilomliny Oysters FrDM Ikt ttOttOH Gloi. The very newest thing about town Is the "Bombay oystor." The "Bombay oyster" Isn't an oyster nt all, of course, but this Is the name that has been lie stowed on It. Ills a composition suffi ciently simple and common to please the lean and larded purse iillko. It Is nothing more than an egg dropped un broken Into a tumbler anil deluged with vinegar and sprinkled with pepper and salt. It Is consumed always before breakfast and by a great many sporting men in the city. One of Its effects Is to counteract the evil tendencies of overdrinking and overeatlns. Some stout men like a "Bombay oyster" In the morning and eat nothing again un til noon. For a bllloue stomach It Is the tloeel kind of a remedy. him Liked Tlieiu. From lift Sadie (lifter the visitors had gone) Say. mamma keep them on a little while. "Keen what on, dear?" "Your company mansers." LEMON ELlXllt. A Pleasant Lemon Drink. For MlMMMBeM ami constipation, take Leiuoa Kltxlr. For Indigestion ami foul stomach, take Lemon Elixir. For ttek and nervous bsatlseiuM, take Lemon Kltxlr. For slveplanaett and nervousness, take Letttou Elixir. For loss ot appetite and deUlUy, take Lemon Elixir. For fevers, chills and auUrla.Uke Leatoa Elixir. Lemon Kltxlr will not full you In any ot the above dlt ernes, all of whbsh ariM front a torpid r d Itemed liver, stomach, kidneys, koweU or blood. Prepared only bv Dr. 11. Mozlbv, At lanta, (la. Me. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by drug gists. A Prominent StlnUler Writes. After ten years of great suffering from Inritgerttoa, w H great ngrvoui uruetrattoM, Ml amines i, disordered kidneys aad aaniM- Kiioa, I have been cured by Dr. Masiey's sua Elixir, aad m bow a west maa. Bev. C. C. IHVU, EhJ. M. K. Cawe, Soath. So. a Tataali St.. AtkaU, Ga. la Ills Fuvor From Ut iVw Yotl iuM. "There is oae thtag I like about the Ca-." "What's thatr'1 "lie's no Swinburne " BOLD MEBAL, PaJtM, 1T. W. BAICKIl & CO.'S It aLtoIuUtu iwn ami sw snsnsiso No Chemicals v ut. 1 Jl ill pftpsUsUtJsl. It UJ tavrtl a (A Urol K cjlAl aaWHfTa) laf oa it .xaaii Much, Jutru(ogC r 9u,r Aad 14 tluttarfaw faht aWaM evI.uUijJtl CM1 eVat la)aV WW Mf ufi H tititciaa. mmnnhiag. Un.titLUiag, aUSU.X niiiaWTi. ai.il k4ilt raiJy aaaddtteil ltC lMtiJstd iu wt-J u luriscxsMOi ia awmlttu ksuld jr GX4VT V4aTywldCs. W. BAKES & CO.. DweiwUr, Mass. IMG Company's EXTRACT For improved aad ecoaunuc uuufcarr. le it tut aouus, bauces,3iade Otsaes 'Oanuj. PWh, eto-1. SyiclseatJeaj. Keeps perfectly la sii (.Unuvtee tut ear LuotfiUuf tiaM,aad u -Ui.Ber aad of OQnr au aiTuibrtuuk OF BEEF. Qua Duuad uuusJ to forty nuuoibuf taenbeefof the vei ue ut ahuut iTjfl, iy with Jaatas twlssatar'e aiasiature assaovu. Ml Gcdiu&ci V - i ItKX .1 WU t-niL mm ,1,1, ' - - "- i Save Your Hair BT a tlmclv nse of Ayer's Hnlr Vigor. This prpiraHon has no eqnal as a rireeslng. It kwps the sralp clean, cool, and hralthy, and preserves the eotnr, fullness, and beamy of the hair " I was rapidly becoming bald ami Kay; but after nslng two or tlrraa ttles ot Aver's ITair Vigor my fcsjtr grew thtek and glossy ami the orWimH eohw was restored." Melvla Ahfrteh, Camtan Centre, J. H. "Some time ago I lost all my hair In eowseonenee of measles. Alter due waiting, no new growth appeared. I then nsed Ayer's Hair Vigor ami my hair grew Thick mid Strong. it has apparently come to star. Tho Vigor Is evldenttv agreat aid to nature." J. 11. Williams, Floresvllle, Texas. "1 have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for the pant fonr or ftre years and find It a most satisfactory dressing for the hair. It is all I could desire, being harmless, causing the hair to retain Irs natural color, and reqnlrirtg Imt a small qrrnntity to render the hair easr to arrange." Jlrs. M. A. Bailey, 9 Charles street, Haverhill, Mass. " I have Wn using Ayer's Hair Vigor for several yrars. and leliee that It has caused mv hair to retain its natural color "Mrs 11 .1 King, Healer in Dry Goods. &c , BishopviUe, Md. Ayer's Hair Vigor, rncrARED nr Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by DrugftUlinnd l'rfumri. "I1GER ALLEY." A Itesort In Southeast Wnatitncton That Is the Scene or Frequent llrawts. In Southeast "Washington, between Eleventh and Twelfth and B and C streets, Is a newly opened alley, which, on account of the number of fights that have occurred there, Is known as Tiger alley, although no name has us yet been officially given it. Thoro are two framo houses in the alley that from time to time have been occupied by dissolute nnd dlsordcr'y colored persons, and one of the housos especially Is constantly under police surveillance. Bcspcctablc white and colored people residing In the vicinity of this alley have had their rest so often disturbed by nightly brawls In these houses that they have asked to have them torn down and the nuisance abated. They arc said to be owned by n colored policeman. The attention of the authorities will be called to tho noisy nnd turbulent character of parties who are allowed to occupy the premises, where shrieks of women, coupled with tho oaths of men, arc frequently heard. Wednesday night last, at about 10 o'clock, for squares around, cries of murder were heard emanating from these housos, which attracted a crowd of persons to the scene. A man blew a whistle and the police wcro promptly on hand. The patrol wagon took the disorderly char acters to the station. Another thing connected with those houses Is the amount of filth that accu mulates to the detriment of tho health of parties who are subjected to the stench arising therefrom. There Is a bill now pending In Con gress In opposition to the erection of dwellings In alleys, and which has re ceived the favorable consideration of the Commissioners. Htannnrs. t'ntH th LtmtU C'IIImm. New York How did you like Oil more's Band at the beach? Boston Couldn't hear it, the bathing dresses were so loud. Tho Wonderful I'roeress or llaltluiore, 'rem Iht Mainmort .InwrlesK. Mr. George M. Murray left at the lMertean otllce yesterday a tomato that weighed one pound and fourteen ounces. There's a Sturm llrowlnc. Fnm tU St. UhU ftMf-pUc The question whether Heed Is a bigger man than old Blaise Is one that will lie settled outside the limits of Maine. Catarrh Cured. A clergyman, after years ot suffering from tnatloatheoine disease, Catarrh, and vainly trying every known remedy, at last found a preecrlptlou which completely cured and saved him from death. Any suf ferer from this dreadful disease seudltig a self-addreeted stainied envelope to fro feasor J. A. Lawrence, 84 Warren street, New York, will receive the recipe free ot charge. PABST MILWAUKEE BEER. MOT OK ACCOl NT OF PURITY. AGE AHO STRENGTH. Iieclall (,'uoil for Family L'ee. HriifQeiul fur WeuL unit DeUlllluted terooii. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Sluuagvr IVaktilugtou llraui'li, 703-705 North Capitol Street Telephone 273. selSI FOR CLOW, hURHISHIHGS 1MB HATS. (OTOTSB Imkml Cftw if Bttfc mi E Skstk littM Whsve everrbosty mtm- It is the treat eel basgaln cutnm- In WmsUalm tUlCMm TO Wt BVSiiYikOiUY We can tvw ytm tot the nulla- mmmu the reatoet Use of W.M BeiitlesatiQ'i fcau eter ihuws to the Ut-tstos. aad our $tt Brees ealt U im1 to wjr U -4iit on Tth ctHet. We so hte an electa Use of Boye'Saits, is tu lire, truss to a C'taldxeu's bolu. I to it la Ilea'-' Pastaloun we v the Leaders, as we BLjfcBuljusttUf evtirv dMl&r's uth mtr seteee, sua 1 nerer'ue csa eJjmve ie m jm am un everr OuUar Uiv Um Stwunlelnone tstvMMncth ad ji.9e.taad ka aeieti so na, vm ear ase unwiiei eesjaaass- Betov euiiua a tov nrtose el eat laats east j umViuaM ijossk Ihudsp style, aoid evesf whsce tot KM. at kite. Miller's style, at. at as, Yuuasexi'sULest style, n, atiUH Ak fur our eiMOiaJ Si Iketby. yL'KKlAOUJK. UCfsVBTIUin' hdrgeini la Hen's Uaaanssar laaU auaLi- rr.m ac an- Seciej one roil ucess u. at T5 ay. wt 'Ttohr. .ilrlered iaaea -Uiru. at T5 at- Wis te bartered 8a,o ir. sa m tae lateat aoveaias u aaoii 'A i,. l you t0. ceadr tu uiu-gaae aay at tae u .. !- art,, 'es aire 03 S (-all ti Si AIM fl- W. H. FRIEDLANDER, all Openin 1S90. isri&i'Vsr -PIE CLOTHING 311 Seventh wAsmsorox. D. c. MANUFACTORIES: 212, 214 and 216 W. Washington St., Syracuse, N Y, 52, 54 and 56 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. OFFICE, 765 BROADWAY, New York City TO THE PUBLIC: Washington, D. C Fall, 1890. Wc take pleasure in announcing to you that we have kasedthe large lour-story building, 3 1 1 Seventh Str eet Northwest, which we have thoroughly refitted, and have just opened with the most complete assortment of Men's, Boys and Children's Clothing ever exhibited in this city. We have located our Retail Store permanently in this city and shall al ways maintain the high standard of excellence which has characterized our New York establishments. Having adopted the ONE-PRICE SYSTEM, all goods are marked in plain figures. Our prices are 35 per cent, lower than the lowest prices now prevailing in Washington. We make no idle boast when we say we can sell 35 per cent, cheaper than our competitors. Our inexpensive location and our facilities for furnishing Fine Clotliing enable us to do all wc promise. Bear in mind every garment Is sold subject to the guarantee that if it is not as represented, or if unsatislactory, your money will be refunded. Soliciting an inspection, we arc, Most respectfully, NEW YORK CLOTHING COMPANY, 311 Seventh Street Northwest, Largest (Exclusive) Clothing Manufacturers in the United States. RSiaMWElVrsav . n rt, t? TJP WA Jvw VAttW OCaWsV ro m ft AV Ml 1. - 'tf""JliuLl1.11 iiMlll""llUMil"jaL' 'if ' UaflKaElY UltOTUEUS, ca Warren SUewYorlc rrlea6Qcts.litr T KJ Grand, Upright and Square PIANO-FORTES. Spsolal attention of porcbassrs Is larltaj to our -!KW ASTISTIO STVLB8," Walstocl teDthitaM f -monibT PfiCOKATIVK ART." PIAN06 FOB RENT Uototui band Plaao at AU Friem. Wm.Knabe & Co., 8J7 Market Space. VaX CK&B8, OTEKUNQ. M1MKXOLA. QOLDBH HILL JrTIiOTZTR Aa4 yoa vUl alwan tiara beautiful Mraad, Halls aad MUciiK waolaaalt 0uut. oar aar flst atsani ama Iadirap aTaaua. WH. M. GALT & CO. UOTKJ.lt ANM XBaTAVKAJfT. NEW YORK BUFFET, l YSWMK HHWBK K. 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FOR SAL1 WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.1 JSBsyY""lHKOW AKO BE HAJpEDt YtX) CAMT j b xWSSCg' Jhwt iti That tbwk Jhcame from KucEssi'saB , A, 9MPCSSKsTBSKl Sa8K.& lwE " I ?figb f45-n ffloJILSW ZT n t A lr-i Jfiyigtsw ral f BFi o at.. s IBl&r! . I rBBSrX JrA.'S aX.I0!t F4H L i-s ivv Ai ttlfimir vt w BBfek. tsf H Wis'tMmmktSrjf3Uvm'JS li&I lEPMrni -sw liBBBiBBTOaBBaBMMaBBBBBfe- - KBK fej- i t Uj as? tf c L Uft . !i U flrUlII I aBHiBHalBlBlBlaMHHalllBlM HHt1- I aUla.LwWjbl ii ! k.fcLlWiV i i-1 tT BT TOUE TRUIKS AUD IAMESS W Bs)vbUl 1st H W , RICHTKK bXECTIUC LtOtlT CO., VAIDin.II.ili 1H 10 03 15 MIH0TE5. BY Till -AT- next tu Ud'l IVIUW HaU, nAir.no ads. f-s-y ys ss-s-ys's-yy-'- yy s yyyy yyy The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Doable Track. SptandM Seenary. Steal Italls. Msmtflcent Bqnlpnrent. ineffwtMarllth.iWO. TratM leare Washfaaton, from station, cor ntr ot Sixth and fl streets, as follows: For Pirrsacim and the West, Chicago Limi ted Kxpretsof milman ostlbnle Cars at 80 a m dally; Fat Una, 10 SO a m dally to CTleaao. Oommbns and St. 1-onts with Sleeplne prs from Harrlshnnc to Indianap olis, rfttsbara to Oolnmbns; Altooni to Chfrago. 8t. Uonls CMcato and Ctnolnnfttl Rxpress, lpn dally Parlor Car Waih Iralon to Uarrlsbnrg, and Sleeping (Mr. llarrlsbnrg to St. Urals, Chicago and Cla otnnatl, and Dining Car Harrlsbnrz to St Ifnls.chleago and Cincinnati. Western Kx tiress, at 7 4i) p m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chtoairo aad SU Lonls, con necting: dally at Uarrlsbnrg with through Sleepers for Lonlsvllleand Memphis, rnll man blntnc Car nttshnr,; to Itlchmond aod c blcaro raclflc Kxpres, 10 00 p m dally, for PHtshnre and Ihe West, with thronah Sleeper to riltsbnrc and nttsbnrie to Cfil- BALflMORK AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. Fob Rase, CanaadAlgua, Rochester and Nl ara Falls dally, except Snntlay. 8 10 a m. For tnr CnnftmTalcna and Rochester dally: fcr nnfiaio and Nlseara dally, except st- nrday, 10 Mpm, with SleeplnR Car Wash In.ton to Rochester. Fob Wttt.tAMsroBT, Lock Haren and Elmlra, at 10 en a m dally, except Sunday. Fob Wi.UAxroBT, daily, 3.10 pm. Fob rniLAnruaiA, New York and the Bast, 7.S0, 9W.il to and 11.40 a ra, 8.10, 3.15, 40, 540. lOOOand 11.20 pm. On Samlay.9.00. 11.40 a m, 10. 3.15. 4 , 10 00 and 11 0 p it! Limited Express of milman rarlorCarj 9.40 a in dally, except Sunday. Fon Nxw York only, Limited Express with Dining Car, 5 00 p m dally. For rmt.APrt.rHiA only. Fast Bxptoes 3 10 a mveekdays and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only. 5 4fl p m Fon Boston without change, 3.15 pm oory ciar. For Brooklyn, N. Y., all through trains con- t ect at Jersey City wllh boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across Now York City. For Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m week days, lt.BO pm dally. Fon Baltimore. 6J5, 7.50, 8.10, 9 00. 9.M, 10.00. 10.50, II tOand 11 40a n, IS.05, a 10, 3.15 3.30. 4 00, 4 SO, 4 30, 5 CO. 5 40, 0 00, 7.40, 10.00 ami 11 nop m. On Sunday 9.00. 905, lo.ro, n. to a m. 10, 3.15. 3.10, 4.00, 4 30. 5.00, 5.40, 0.W, 7.40. io oo and 11 aopm. For Pom's CnxiR Line, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. For AsKAroLi", 7.20 and 9.00 a m, 1J.C5 and 4 SO p tn dally, except Sunday. Sundays. 9 00 a.m and 4.90 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY, In effect May 11th, 1990. Fon AtETANnntA, 4 30, 0 35, 7 43, 81, 9.. 10.57n m. 18.01 noon,2.05, 3 , 4.S5, 4.55,0.01, 8.0V, 10.05 nnd 11.39 pm. On Sunday at 130, 7.45, 9 43 10.37, a m, 3.30, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.03 p.m. AixoMsionATtoN for Quantlco, 7.15 a mand 415 p m weckil.ys. 7.45 a m Snndnys. Fon HiiiiMoxt) and tbo South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p m wook- days. Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.05 7 CB, 8 CO. 9.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m: I.S0. a" 00, 3J0. 5.10. 005. 7.03 9.S0. 10 37 and 1101 p m On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m; 8.00, 5.10. 7.0ft. 7.W. 9.S0 and 10 37 p m . Tickets and Information at tho offlco. northeast corner of Thirteenth street and 1'cnnsylranla nrenue, and at tho Matlon. whero orders can lio left for thochcoklngot baggage to destination from hotels and resi dences. CI1AS. E. PUOH, J. R. WOOD. General Manager. Gcnl. Pass. Agont. Ilallimure and Ohio ItailroadT" Echrdnlo In effect Juno 8, ISM. Leave Washington from station corner of rcw Jcrser arcnuo and U street. Fori CuitAoo and Northwest, Voitlbtilod Limited express dally 11.30 a m, oxpresa 9.10 p m. For Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis express daily 3.30 and 11.30 p m. For 1'irrsBt'iw and Cleveland, express dill 9 so a mand 8.10 p. m. Fun I.txixuToN and points In thoShonandoah Valley, ll.u a in. Fon ihriixsrtH and way stations, tl JO p m. For Lvbat. t JO and S8.46 p m. Fur Baltimore, week days, 4 OS, 5 00, 0,13, ".. 7.S0(8.CO 45-mlnutos), 8.10, 9.30. (11.00, It. CO 45-mlnutes) a. m , l.10, 8.13 (i.w 4V minutes), (3.13, 43-mlnnlet), s.as, 4 'JO, 4 10, M (l.tO, 3-mlnute) 5.3d 8 00, 013, 0.90. 7 10. 7 30,8.36, 9.CU. 10 30 and 11.10 p. m! Sundays, 4CS, 7.80, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30 a tn. (1S.00. 43 minutes) 1.00. j.is, (8.50, 45-mln Ute.) 3 85, 4.80. 4 38, (IM, 43 minutes) 0.00. b.13, 0.80, 7.30, 6.36. 10.3", It 30 p m. Fob Wat Stations between Washington and llaltlmore. SCO, 6.36, 8.30 am., 13.10. 3.83. 4.18,0 80. 11.30pm. Sundays, 8.30 am., l.oo, 3 , 4.38. 6J), 110 pm. Traixs leave Baltivohe for Washington, week day., 3.CO, o.ao, 0.30,7.13, 7.A), 8.00, 8.30, 8 3. 9.30 and 10JW, 10.33 a m.t U.00, 18 10. 8 10. 8 SO, 50, I 00, 4.13, 3.00, 0 00, 0.30. 7.00, T.iO, 8.), 8 30, 9.00. 10.10, 10.80 and 11.00 p m. Sundavs, 8 30. 7.13, 8 30, 8A5, 0 1), 10. JO, 10.36 a m 18 00. 1 06. 3 10, 3 30,4.11 S.CO.O.'JO. 7.60.7 30. 8.80. 8J, 10 10. 10.30 and il.Wpm. Fob Ainaiolis,6.,K and 8.30 a tn.. W.lOund 4 SO p m. bundays. 8 30 a tn., 4 38 p m. Laav. Annapolis, e 36. 8.37 am., 1J.05. 3i p Hi. busdayj, 8.30 a in., 3.33 p m. Fob bTATioN. oa the Metropolitan Brano t 39. 30 a bi..I.13 p m. For principal stations only, 1 10.40 a m., tl.ao and tia pa. Fob Rockville aad Way Stations. 1 1 VI p m. i'uH Oaith.bs.oiui and latermadUta pctnti. t.eo, ta.c, tuco a m., ti.oo, t3.oo. i.mj .46,JW.00,tllJ0pm. Fok Hot n. aud luternadlate stations, ,9 pm Church tbaik Imtm Washlogtoa on Sunda atl is p ra.. stopping at all stations on MalropollUn Ur.ucli FoKF.KbXBKK.t8.30,i8.30, 3 30 1 11.30 am.. Il.ta.tl 80. 1 1.30 pm. Fob lUsasurowN, tW 40 a ra. aad t3.10 p ra. Twain AKKivelroca Chicago dally 11.13 am aad 4.141 p to; from CiBclnaatt aad M. Iuli da I y 3.U) a n aad 3.06 p m; from I'UUburg 7.1S a ra. 3.50 p ra dally. NKW YORK A 1'niL.VDSLPIIIA DIVISION. For New Yobk. Treatou. Newark, N. J . aad lllaabeth, N. J , '106. WW, '10.00, 1UJ ata S8S0. t.M aud 10.30 p ra, Buffet Parlor Car. oa all day tra las. Sleeplaz Car oa tbo W SO p ra, opta at 800 p ra. Fob Puilauilthia, ! AS, Hi W. 10.00, U00 Boos, 1.S0, SO, 4.M aad 10.30 p ra. Fob jSewark, Di , Wilmington and Chaster, l, t.OO am, !.) iioon, UM, 1.50, 8.15 and K) 30 pm. Fob iiiTshmkiiiate foibts bttweoB Baltlmora aad l'bliadalpbla, tS-M aad 17.88 a m, ti.W, Tram., leave New York for Washington. til a bi, 8.80, .. 3.U0 p tu acd WISBWht. Tbaimlkavk PUiadaiphla tor Waulagton, 1.84. '..IS. f.is, ILii a ra, tl.HI, MSI, 4J6. T asp to. Fshj BtMAOk. UM v , with PhIIbuib Buffet bWptag Car iBaaiaa tluaaah to Bwtoa wttbuut ctMUMia, via fouitlikeoitele Brtdga, htadiag paMBtfar. Iu IJ. i M. tatluu at Fub ,iTLATif Cir, JjM aad VIM am. 18.00 aoua, Sundays, 40a a ra, )3 00aooaaad 1.0 pm. tE xcapt Sunday. 'Dally ISuud.y oa'y. 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