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THE DAILY CRITIC, TUEflPAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1890.
The Daily Critic aiTT KrrozAi8. Kmtrten'a New VMl Oewits, John K widen, the pioneer installment man, centrally rwcstee t tn) m Serenth ft rest nirthtfet, hw tart ret noted fromthresst einflMrtrn with an immense snpply of all khws of housekeeping (nod, esrprts, stores, nun, Me. Ton can farnlsh fonr nnw from cells to swrret, at this store, with rash prunes, on the Installment plan. IV. II. llemghtan On,' tmmenee Heitnetrmw. Oosse exan SiV?!5i?SrJ Be their !o1y Parlor Mmi x miner in i nerrr or worn i frr all nnsessonable good. 3S3L?ii"T. QiniivaTeni at of Carpets that oannot b nrlnes which will snrnrls ron. Ak to r shown (hose Solid Oak Bed room So; ten. s pieces, for lis. Also theft $, S pieces, of SolM Oak Bed room anltes. These suites ro all Daunts, and will, no donbt. pleas the most fastMlons pwohaser. All orders for Wall papering for the nest two week at SSper cent dlscnnit, at w. B. Hot onr m C . 131 1! F street northwest The NitMenwl Snfe tJepwsIt Cnntfmny, Iter. IStliSt. nml N, V. Aveane. SSsjfSjse fw Silverware, Jewelry, Lacss, Fine Wood and ralnablos or all kinds, chine amterata. Safe deposit boss for tent at the vert lowest rates IN EMOTION'S CABSE. The Wlw will lie Student itari lonelier, at IheUnlliollc University. The second scholastic year of the Cstkolfc UhtmsUy began at 8 30 t 'rtcek Ibis morning, with a spiritual let teat roast tictctt hy Archbishop Kltler if Cleclnrmti The retreat will end m xt Sumlsr with a grant! high maw. All nr moat of the slmlenls have arrived Htiil will enter upon their atmlles next Mi ntlav. IlUbop Keane Is expected to day. lie will continue this year his c law In acred eloquence. Very Her. J. It. 1 lagan, 8. S. I). 1).. president of the Divinity College, will lecture on ascetic theology; ltev. Alexis Orlmn, S. 8 , librarian, on theology and biology ami their telatlons toChrlstlnndoctrine, Dr. O'Ootman. on ecclesiastical history, ami Hev. Dr. I'ohle, on the relations of theology and biology to Christian doc Itlne Severn! JJenedlctlne monks will be among the students and who Lave been Xrofcssors In n California college, mont: others will be Hev. Dr. Lucas of Scranton who took the dogrce of doctor of divinity at St Mary's Semi nary. Hev. Frederick Hupcrt, for a num Urof years rwstor of the Catholic Church at Ilellevtie, Ohio, ami Hev. Joseph II. Tracy, for two years a pro feseorat St. Mary's Seminary, Hiltl mote, Hev. A. 11. Himol Kevins, foimctly an Episcopal minister, Mr. rredcttck Power, once nn Anglican monk, and other well-known profes sional men. The proEMmmo for the opening exercises on Monday has not as yet been completed. The weekly public lectures will be resumed In about a month. The faculty of the University U as follows: Dtan, faculty of divinity, Very ltev. SlocsJfptor Joseph Schroerfei. I). I); pro ftMor dogmatic theology, Hev. Thomas l'ouqurllon, 1). I).: vlcenlean, faculty of OItIdUt, ami tofeor of fundamental aoiel theology, Iter. Joseph I'ohler, I). I : 1 1 ofrssor scriptural ai cb.ioiogy ami Orlenta I Uiigu.ge, ltev. Henry lltveruat; professor suimw law, Iter. Sebaetlan Mersmer; aleo lie following gentlemen, who do not be long to tbe divinity faculty proper, but vbo ate regular lecturer: Kev. (leorga M. tile, C. 8. I'., director of observatory and let tu rerun astronomy; Kev. Joseph (Iraf, ctwlr mestsr ami director of sacred music; Ptofsssor Cbarlw Warren Stoddiird.lecturar mi Kssrnsh literature; Professor Victor U. ll.Urtnu. lecturer m r'renrh llteratura, and Profeiiur Webeter Kgarly, lecturer oil elects tteti. THE PISTOL WAS HIS, And JucIch Sillier Uitvo llltil the KiU'Ut nr the Law. Jesse .lntwt. a eolorwl mas who has UtB walcliman at tit Globe Theatre, Lad to anawer to a charge of carrying concealed wnpoM in tbe Tolice Cotwt this morning. OfHoer Creagn bad a warrant fur bfat a trust for nuauH with Intent to kill. He taw blm scar Centre MarkH ami knowing that Im wm wimtcd. Jani hUltttl to iun. Finding tbe ofttccr wm close at hU Leek. Jttmt jumixd through the window of a feed More at the corner of Klnla and B HrwU and hbi behind torn taeka. A revulvcr wm found on tbt flocr near blm. and be wm proves in couit to b ibo owner of It. Jmlgsf Miller lined blm ftO and xprtMMd the wUh I bat be could wake the penalty btavfcr. Newsboy's Aid huolty. Tbe annual report of tbe Newsboys and CkiUfM Aid Society luu be wtb ndlttd to the Comwlmlunare. The re Kirt Matca that ewploynMAt wm found for SO oeitoM. 1.5K frw weaU fur uUbul, tin lodgings nrovidstd and 171 pieces of clothing eivoa away. Tas toiuastitUtei in chargst vl tbe society ask for a buildUg for lis u. m tnsy miy l tuiaad out of Uurlr iUb1 nouss at uiy tlaur. and it is dianeult to rent a Loum in a good naigbbsirbaad m Use aginnt i-MUtsHi asa rnneiiiatsd a nui num. Tbey ask an unnroyrtsiton of sM,Ms) for Um nrst yaunt on Um luiUtin;. tsml Ike HMKgy. Lat eeinr assMrt o'clock Kt SsaK lrkhotauerr naal ltrtck tiuirk wnHamtt driving turrnd ilsetr convey and SsUaVaJy oer a smjsm it 1st m iianc to in BobiWn' Hums atki cav frlantt Tbmi fncflsnt' SMSAnlnaai sonnn bad Unssi wosjMsds asnl seisisM and tsui latter had two ribs btossnn nasi nit aim rtwainasl l.nrhtKsskles- was tak to bis boas lit Mew Ynfk avun and Uulttt la 1414 KsMk Cnsdsoi 1 aWsUsCef sftM stosOskASff fast iJhpsI U tto feast and ksiggy. It Is at tkoasni Hnesavrt nlaifain "I laid ytstt two yean ago whs you would soasU," said Judge Mdisw so Mattk JsMMMos, a young I cnlewd jnjsei tads snusnaaW. kmt os Four Mtsjjgg u vaMnat.jr std s kali Miawi last abtni. S was iva tkfaty dajrs to tas wotkJkuva. LJs Laa, ssdkir young tolomd gtrl witk MUf 1 cmal di to iiitiB. vko was anrad on tkw saaas ibsiac at li curncr if Ekvensm and 0 tttislt astswst, was given tftstm laja. ytsMPni 4WP aets9tsMMt ttasUsttilaMC Tntfeto Wkm Into tvtesl Ut WwiW-fcrin A V-'sWlfhf. Mm MgtttbMsM Imjmms KigVtaknWl stistittfsisMr 4WM cMM u to Fuliiai Cjrt awsssejnj bbt. swsHMIbf saassananj nngsjaJn gslnjn wsnw ttsvosfOnn, isan wsitasa. lijr ssMkjsi' Md Mck fut tosaMsljWnMI s BMsUsW lgUst JjaiulHl Tgnllli In JfasaSafsfB Maantab PfnjnBnnjSBSBa ssnaans WSF nassiasw sggasssw iLiB. A o., is nmmrtiou watn sas AS v B 4 Bslsv- fsetata Warn &aik i- i AiiiuKied to run saacisi tiaic t - ju v ut bay KI4a- lssjsajenr ad, 3. - . i - ku.nitf AO. atatios aiV.-i a ... 4i r i ..1.4 t tu fate (jioiiass UMi - KuLa.riiUii aitef tn ncea. Muu.i , -cu. uit-.odiui; adjalssliis) to xais Sh sCeasvass. Ma. wtmstosT's aoofmiig ayxuo saould Jo bs usea tor cattdran isotiaiag; tt auuth) a Um child, softens tas faa. auys J1 a, cures wind colk, sod is We txatt Ist 1m ilftrrhiaa Sac. a aooia. SPORTING GOSSIP. IXTfiltmiiXfi FIELD AND TUSH SPORTS AT CAPITOL PARK, (fewdr of the 8lnvln-MeAnllHe FlRht, Who CntMed the Arrests? Openloe nr the raotbnlt 8son, The field and truck sports of the Y. M. C. A. at Capitol Park yesterday afternoon attracted a large crowd, among which were many ladles. The different events were keenly contested, and Skewed the results of careful ami Intel ligent training. ,T. Crossley of the C A. C acted a referee and timer. The first evtnt, 100 yards run. there wire w many entries the race was run In heats, tbe first ami seconds compet ing In the finale. Harding won the first heal, with Hoff second, nml the pett neat was won by Mhldlebrrmk. llttell finishing second. In tbe tun off Mwldlebrrt k won In 11 1-3 seconds, with Harding second. The pole vaulrwas won bv Lovelace, who cleared eteht Teet, beating five con testants. Hough won the twelve-pound shot putting event with thirty-five feet; Lovelace second. ?lx men started In the 330-yard hurdle race and as It was run In the high grass of the outfield there was many amusing tumbles. Hoff won In 33:-l o seconds, excellent time consider ing the character of the ground. MliUllebrooke won the running high leap, beating Prentiss by nn Inch, and clcarlDg 6 feet 8 Inches. Iluell threw tbe twelve-pound hammer 70 feet 3 Inches and captured that event, while Howell had an easy time winning the half mile tun In 3:48. Tho running broad jump was won by Hough with 18 feet 3 Inches. Tho con cluding event was an exhibition 100 yard dash between Professor Sims anil Mlddlebrook. Tho former conceded eight yards to the latter and won onslly In 10 2-5 seconds. The winner In each event received a silver medal and Mlddlebrook was given n gold medal for general excel lence. Tho London police stopped In yester day morning Just In time to prevent tho much-tnlkcd-of match between .Too McAullffc nnd Frank Slnvln. There Is considerable conjecture as to the cause of the arrests, Innsmuch as the nollce have never Interfered heretofore In n fight that was to tako placo before any of tho clubs. Tho Ormonde peoplo lay the blame on their rich rival, tho Pell can Club, while there are othors who arc Inclined to think that Slavln's backers sought tho assistance of the police In order to savo their stake money and bets. Tho latter Is hardly probable, however, for Slavin made nn oxcellont showing against Jem Smith and won tho Ik'ht, nlthough It was not given him, because the ling was broken Into by Smith's followers. Wlillo McAullff Is heuvler than bis antagonist, the latter Is the more skill ful bcil as the two men have nuvur fought any but second class men, this tight would have given a lino on their future clidms to be considered cham pions. If tho fight comes off, as It un doubtedly will. It will be a stubborn one, unless the Mission Hov by rushing and superior weight should win In the first few rounds. If It goes beyond six or eight rounds, It is the toss of a peanv to pick the winner, with the chances slightly favoring tbe Australian. The 'Wellington public Is to be treated to a favorite sport thli fall that It took very kindly to last year. Al ready airangcmenu are being perfected for a series of football games, mainly between the noted college teams, and within a short time the opening date will be announced. An effort will be made to have only representative teams, sbd, although there are many local teams here, the managers propose to get tie best outside talent they can, be lieving it will create more interest than contests between local teams. Death t it tVell.Kiiown Ultliea. Mr. Samuel II. Wlmaatl died sud dinly at bis residence, No 31? Eighth street southwest, at 3 90 o'clock yester day afternoon. Mr. Wiinsatt wm one of tbe best known ami most popular citizens of South Washington. He began lire as a workman of tbe lade pendent lea Company, and, by perse verance and Induttry, acquired sum cUut means to go into the lumber bul ness. At the lime of bis death be was a member of tbe lumber firm of Wiin satt & Ubler. Mr. Wlmsatt wm man led to Miss Jennie Cleary about twenty jears ago, ami wm 41 years old. lie wm a member of St. Dowtalc's Cbuieh and gained many friend through bU devotion and liberality. Saks &- Cu.'a MnterprMe, Tbe largest and swiftest elevator oos ilitu'led by tbe Whlllier Machine Coet r any for Messrs. Saks & Co. wm put lu ofswatioa yesterday for tbe first time in tbst uao4 a Urge number of Inier rstsd mutton. In addition to the m- Eo SMrnt tbe arm kv added to lbir nines a ladles' cloak depirtMent and a btfHns' and misses' sho parlor. Tbe snteftwis of lb ftm Um been amply Mrwsrdcd la the increased patrosuge tbey n received, and other ikesrt au.nl uf trad will be Introduced in tbs near future. The nous in ait Us varied rang of hueJaj transactions is antong Uw sanst slaws! la Um country with a estates tkntixuwds outside of the Mstrart. Tlte Mss i Um aiitoH UatiM Mte Must 1uU Maw Ffe." But tassw are dans hurts than those tht las saaat f disease are is ss- nuns m, imU(isus, ana oihsrdis- ssaicsstoeass SlMSV4HISaMMS I fctiiuiry isfeease ror all iiaLiuur to w oniea no susnr resssdy lha Ur. Herco Fatorise fteerrifUub. ieard tur their special Uaeatt, caa be fuuiui. it hi lie only aiwst tiiM tut iisr, auld by urugjisU, under a uutuui twtnuUmi bom las utaaufacSuraM last tt U( give aSUfatUua is every ease, ur atfiury U1 be rduudsd. TaU guarantee aa barn prinnj on the bMtl-wrapper sad tsMaluU) carried out for ssany years. FUST MJLWE Ml SVnwT OH SWOistT ow iw. m m siiistii, sWwsPSssnnnnBssw assPsVT syw TJPsjJsssssy fSaanT MtasmjJsdBl a wk w BnhJintawi R.S.WIDDICOMBE H-i B'aBsssttasTassU BawHansBana 703-705 HaHb Capital Siwt Telephone 273. iisn atlas as 4ssili eua-a, ins systeas cmSIj and surely giving away to slesseseSesT ni4asv. Eanscisttir stSMlus se nuns suf cress truss fat MASTER PAINTERS HEEL Net Arreetett by the strike nnd Hare t'lenty of Help. A meeting of ih Master Painters' As swistfon wa he'd yesterday afternoon at their hettdquittter. 533 Twelfth street, Mr. Jss L. Hodge presiding Eleven new members of the association were elected. A resolution, offered by Messrs. MacKlchol Son, Indorsing the action of the president In his dispo sition of the communication from the Painters' Astemblr, prorwstns: to re open the eight hour question after it had been amicably settled, was unani mously adopted. It was repotted that the association hstl deckled that none of the strikers should be taken back to their old places. This was denied this morning by Mr. George Ibmnel, a memlter of the asso ciation, who sabl that no action or even speeches had been made lonklnt to ward such a decision. Several ihem hers have expressed a determination not to take back the strikers, bnlnoetpres slon of this determination has been made bv the association. The Indorsement of tbe president of the association does not not effect the sttlkers In the least. Secretary Walport of the Painters' Assembly said this morning' "We expected the association to Indorse Its president. It would be a very poor association If it did not. We admire them for sticking out, but that we nroKo lanu is raise, mere is no change In the situation to day except that we are gradually getting more men to work. This morning we will send about 330 men to work.' The master painters dony that they have sent away agents to p'rocuro men from abroad, and say that they have done nothing in this line beyond adver tising. The story that they have offered $0,3o or $3.50 for Journeymen to come hero Is ridiculous, and the "free tourist scheme," as the strikers call It, Is n story that Um been worked off on tho public at crery strike for the last twenty years. ' ' S mil i ACROSS THE CHASM. Veterans of the Civil War or llotlt At niles MHhe a Declaration, A meeting of veterans of the Fed eral nnd Confederate nrmtos was held last night In tho parlors of the Metro politan Hotel, for tho purpose of restoring good feeling and moro closely uniting the two sections. Dr. II. N. Howard presided nnd Mr. George S. Emery nctcd as secretary. Tho follow ing declaration of tbe purposes of the meeting was authorized to bo mado public Wc. participants In the civil war of 1301 to 15U5, believe that the ctnl of tbe war ended all causes and conditions which created It, and cetablltued the unity and Integrity of Hie (lovcrnment fur all time. We believe that twenty-live years of peico ought to have obliterated alt animosities and prejudice engendered by the "Jr. We believe that our children, who were Innocent of tlio cause, as they were Ignorant of the curte-e and devastations of that war, thouU be protected from the moral, social and political ull arising therefrom. e believe that men who gave patriotic rtrvlcn lu rcsponte to duty (as they saw their duty) deserve houorable coutideri llun of their countr) men. We bellevd that brave soldiers, though enemies In war, are and ought to be friends In peace, they and their descendants forever. In order to perpetuate these principles we Invoke the blessings of Divine 1'rovl reuce, pledge fealty to ourselves, our fami lies ami our common country, and band ourselves together for mutual Imueflt and fraternal good wlll.under the name and title of the Order of United Aniencau Veterans, with the motto, Cuatlly and Unity, I tie blue and the Oray, and for tbe purpose of union of all veterans who did honorable service In tbe armies of the United States or of the Confederate States during the civil war, and to be gowned by tbe arti cles of IncoriKiratlon. II. A. Howard (N), Itobert I. Fleming (S), Lee Crsndall (S), L. S. l.'mery (Ni, II. J. Crouch (N), Thomas J. Luttrelt (Si, II. H. bittlepsge(S), Hyrou V. Uooaey Nl. W. W. llerce (N). C. A. DunDlngton (S,, IMvId C. Iteeves (N), L. O. I line (N), 8. C. Itobt (N), Thomas O. Slngletou (S), George 8. KairryiM), Frank Hume (S), Thomas K. Woods N), William A. Cook (N) II L. Crsnford (N), K. W. Anderson (Si, John W. Drew cS), William Harmon (S), W. It. Stone (S), and W. H. Seidell (8). Those marked "H" fought with tbo North and those marked "S" with tbe SoutU. An act of Incorporation was formed and acknowledged by those who signed the declaration In the presence of a no tarj. After this builDoss had been trans acted tbe following olHeers were elected. I'-esldeut, Dr. II. N. Howard; first vice president. Colonel I.ee Craudall; second Ice- president, L. 8 Emery; corresponding secretary, Captain K. W. AHdersoa; record lug secretary, (Jeorge H, Euaery; treasurer, Tlioiuat J. LutUell. Board of directors Hubert I. Fleming I.. ti. Illue, Frank Hums, W. vV. Fierce, II. K. I.ittlepage, II. J. Crouib, II. U ttUcoe, S. F-. KoUj aud J. W. Drew. THE ECONOMIST Is tbe title uaoeof a seat Catalogue published by J. W. Boteler & Son, 9J PA. AVE., WLlcL U aa Isvatuabte att to bousekaSBers aud putleuinrty w to those about Von ucBcbur HuttMkeeuiag, as U eouiabu a com plete Hat ot China, Glass, Crockery AKD Kitchen Requisites Aad&aiuBbarolpopular bonsshoht reaJues. Cstakmuxa can be bud ittiuia at our ulei hjosbs or assihwl ua apnlfawftoa. J, W, BOTELER & FOR clothihg, mnus AVB HATS. CO TO TstS Sutal Im if m ui E Skeds Miml Where everybody aoss- tt W tas gmstest bargain tuner in wanlilantw. FtUCtti TO ii-'W jtVSBYiMWV. We can stosr jam tot the snsslsf laasrn tas greatest Uas of S7.90 itonlleinas s butu sar ahosra in tas OfrUtct. ana mi US Osess aau 1 equal to say lis ult on Tth ststss. We aUo have aa ehwaat Uwo Boys' aalss, is to ta yean, from to U Children ' beiu. to it. Iu Mens Pactaluuas e are tfes tsaaaw. as we snasufastiiif uvery dollar's vocta eur s1s.sji4 thsreiore ca save son 40 mt easi oo every dollar UvssSsaT Ws have 9m Ustfcbiuislooati tas wuMi ststeslr 4 wool ana guaranteed never to rip, aid our fiJW. S sad I3J0 dsau acs esiaal eosanstl noa. BatMrw sssJBiiuastavpeleasoeuitiats ana sucuUtuag eiuodjs: nlaoatyls.suld evssywasce torat.st pusfs atria, ata. at li -foanuui'sUtoat styft, JLj atiJLW. Ask fcr our sosieJaJ UM Wrsf. yt'BsiaaUiie obvabtsJUBsT. uta asulaac w bcu yos sat ready to Dtuctuss say 9i the abov artiiLe aivs tu s cu. WH AJ E J1. X. W. H. FRIKDLANDER, pall Opetiin 1S90. ONE-PIE CLOTHING HOUSE 31 1 Seventh St. N. W., WASHINGTON. 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 p'easure in announcing to you that we have Icasedjthe large lour-story building, 3 1 1 Seventh Str eet Northwest, which we have thoroughly refitted, and have just opened with the most comp'etc assortment of Men and s Boys 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 arc 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 wc can sell 35 per cent, cheaper than our competitors. Our inexpensive location and our facilities for furnishing Fine Clothing enable us to do all we promise. Bear in mind every garment Is sold subject to the guarantee that if it is not as represented, or if unsatisfactory, your money will be refunded. Soliciting an inspection, we are, Most respectfully, NEW YORK CLOTHING COMPANY, 31! Seventh Street Northwest, Largest (Exclusive) Clothing Manufacturers in the United States. IXsecoCastoa lipa MO THE POSITIVE CURE. I ELY lmoTUEHS, U Wsrrca Grand, Upright and Square PLAJSTO FORTES. Special attention ot purchasers Is Invited to our "NEW AUTISTIC STYLB6." HIhUJm! la Dedans ot "liiaUEST DECORATIVE AUr." TIAKOS FOR KENT geeond baad IHaao at AU Prices. AVm.Knabe & Co., 817 Market Space. UE CSKB8, aTEHLIKS, MINNBOLA, QOLDBK HUM ZrTIiOTTIR And yoa will always hava beautiful Htmd, Bolls and Msntuis wnotassj Uspec. ear nr Mrst sttsst sail Indiana svsnos. WM. M. GALT & CO. UUTXLB All Ji KEST.imtANTJi. NEW YORK BUFFET, 4S TBSrTH HMtSBY M. W. Best and Faasst UnsM in tns sntr- tnv seat WsBsVWfirCQK. fi. 0. Asnsy and Navy Hssihuimtnn, ep MS4sjrfIss.s,w-. Sttsjftt 1.V.C4VU, Tnrriu jama W TttlHWTHii. B- 9, ot. uxmr ami. tVaOifKXV PLAN. nix? STsuutr and u ah t WuoL)4ljSY ft Jkinviji I ceres wm V8'fiBBr Children's Clothing tas m Bt, Hew York. Wee M eta.! Messrs. 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We can recommend this subdivision in every par ticular and feel confident that your investment will prove one of profit in a very short time. John F. Fourteenth and 'G Streets. James B. Liambie. HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GAS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, $ MAKE TEA 03 06FFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove tor summer use, as the In stant the coolclng Is done you can extinguish the fire. TOR SAL WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest. BUT TOTIE TETIIKS AIB IAEIESS HiS bevenUt bt N W , HFKtHTS Waggamhn, I . i 5 and $ 1 .50. IN 10 OB IS MINUTE). BY THS -xt- next to OdM YcUow' fLalL KAIf. ROADS. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Dwsbls Trtek. Splendid Sccnerr. Steel Rslls. MsKntflcent Bqnlpment. In effect Mar 11th. t"W. Trains teste Washlnston, from station, cor ntr of Sixth and fl streets, a follows- For rmstnio and tbe Wet. Oilcay Llmt ted Ki press of fnllnmu eMltm!o an at 10.80 a m datlr; Fart Line, to M a m d llr to CJitcaso. Cofnmbns and St. I,onK wltb Bleeping Cars from lUrrlubnre to Indianap olis, FHt'bnrc to Oolnmbn; Alto-ms to CMcsko. St. Lonl Chicago and ClnrlnnaM Express, 3 30 p in dally, ratlor Par waita toeton to nanfsbnrg. and Sleeping Cars nsRlsonr to St. LonK Chicago and tin otnnatl, and Dining rar Harrtibnre to St LonK Chicago and Cincinnati. Western Bt press, at 7. p m dally, with sleeping cars Washington to Chicago and St. Louk ron neeiteg dally at Ilarrisbnrg with through Sleeper for Loulrllleaml Memphis rmi msn Dining Car ntKbnrg to Itlchmond nnd C Mcago rarlflq Ixpre, 10 oo p tn dally, for PlUsbnrg ami Hie wet,wlfh through Sleeper to rittsbnrgand rtttsbarj to Chl- BAIRmORB AXD roTOMAC RAILROAD. Ton Kass, Cajmndalgna, Rochester and Nl agsra Fall dally, except Sunday, ( to a ra. Fob ts.k ranasalrua and RoeheMer dally; frltnffakianil Niagara dally, except S.u mdny.ioonpm with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Rochester. Tt"i li'Ii?,A,"roST lMcX Haven and Klmlra, at 10 M a m dally, except Snnday. Foa WiLtiAMmRT, dally, S 30 pra. F2'LpSIA?rVHIA,.Ncw' Yotlt d tho East, I,X,?c&n r..!rJ ,,M m. 810. 3.t5,4.so, B.40. 10 no and ll.SO pm. On Sunday, 9.00. JUOn tn.18.104.22.168M!0,10 00and II JOpu. Limited Sxpre of rnllman ratlor Cars 9.40 a m dally, except Rnnday. Fon New York only, Limited Bxpres with Dining Car, 5.00 p m dally. Fon rnii.Ansi.niiA only. Fast Bxpre 8 to a tn vcek days and 4pm dally. Express Sunday only, S 40 p m. Fon Dostor vtltbonl cbango,3.15 pm orerr flay. For BBfloKtTH. N. T all through trains con nect at Jersey City with lots of Brooklyu Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, arohllngdoublo ferriage across Now fork City. For AtLAdTio Cirr, 11.40 a m weok-days, 11.00 pm dally. Fon IlALTiMonE, 6.36, 7.50, 8.10, 9.00. 0.40. 10.00. I0.C0, 11 COand 11 40a n, l0, S.IO, 3.15 3.30. 4 00. 4 SO. 4 30, S.CO. 5.40, 0 00, T.40, 10.00 and ll.so nm. on Sunday P.oo. 9.05, 10.10. n.w ?,2V.& 3,'if3 tM' -so-s- Si3' ow. T.40, 10.00 nml 11 90 p ro. Fon Pora Crier Link, 7 SO a m and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon ARNArous, 7.S0 and 9.00 a m, U.05 and 4 so ji m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a.m and 4.S0 p m. WASHINGTON SOUTHBRN RAILWAT, In effect May 11th, im. Fon Alexandria, 4 30, 015, 7 45, 8 40, 0,15. 10.57 a m, is.ot noon, 3.05, S.JO, l.ai, 4.55,0.01. 8.0, 10.P6and 11.30 pm. On Sunday at 4 30, 7.45, D 45 10.57, a tn, 2.30, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.05 p. m. AniuiHODATios for Quantlco. 7.15 a mand 45 pm week-days. 7.45 am Sundays Fon KiciiMONi) and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 n m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p tn wook- days Trains lcaro Alexandria for Washington, OOS 7 (5, 8 CO. 0.10. 10.15. 11.07 a m! 1 .SoAoo. 3M, 5.10. 0WV. 7.05. O.ai. 10.37 and It OS p m On Sunday at 9.10 nnd 11.07 a m: S.OO, 5.10. 7.05. 7.39, 6JM nnd 10.37 p m. Tlckots and Information at tho offlco. northeast comer of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania arenue.nnd at tho tatlon, whero orders can bo left for tho chocking of baggage to destination from hotels and rest denies. CIIAS. E. PUflU, J. It. WOOD. General Manager. Oenl. Pass. Agoat. llaltiniuro anil OhioTtailroatll 6cheduIo In effect June 36, 1390. Learo Washington from station corner ot rcw Jersey arenuo and O street. For Chicago and Northwest, VosUbulod Limited oxpress dally U.M a m, express 030 pm. Fou Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapolis cxrrces daily 3.W aud 11.30 p m. Fon I'lTTtsi-ns and Cleroland, express dill U W a mand 8.40 p. m. Foh Lexikuton ana points In tho 8henaadoah Valley, 11.(0 am. Foh ihCHBoTiR and way statlous.tr.30 p m. For I.urat, t JO and '3.40 p m. For Daltimore, week days, 4 05,3 00, CM. 740. 7.W 18.00 ti-minutes), 8.10, 9.30, (U.oo. 1.00 45-mInute.) a. m , lr.io, s.u ow n. inlnute), (l.is, 45-mlnutDt), 3.35, 4.tw, 4,30. AM (l.to, s-nilnutes) 5.30 0.00, 6.15, O.ao. 7 10. 7.SU, H.3A, O.tO. 10.30 and 11 SO p. m! htindays, 4 CB, 7.30, 7.30, 8J0, 9.30 u m. (Itre, 45 minutes) 1.00, 3.15, (3.50, 45-mln ute)3.8,4.,4W, (1.50, 43 minutes) tSH. ti.15. 6.S0, 7.30. t.. 10.3", 11.30 p m. Ton Wsr tTATioxs between Washington and Ualtlwora. 5.C0, B.38, 8.30 am.. U.10,3.39. 4.3t,ew. 11.30pm. Sundays, 8 JO am., 1.00, 3 H.4.K. WW, 11.90 pm. ' Trains iiaie Daltihore for Washington, week day.. S.CO, 0.30. 0.30.7.13, 7.J0.8.00, 8 X, S3S, 9.30 and 10.30, 10,33 am.: U00. 1.10. 3.10. 3.SC, 3.50, 4 00, 4.13, B.OO, 6 00, 0.9), 7.0O, 7 HO, 8J0, 8.30, 9.00. 10.10, 10.30 and 11. U0 P m Suudars. 6 30. 7 IS. 8 30. 8.14, 9. 3 J, 10,'JO, 10.S6 a m.. IS 00. 1.05.3 10,830,4.13 S.CO.O.W. 7.00, 7 30. 8.3U, 8 SO, 10 10. 10AM and lLoipml FokAmnaivlu,6 36 and 8.30 a in., U. 10 and 4 80 p in. Sundays. 8 30 a tn., 4 M p m. Lest b Annatoll, 6.35, 8.37 am., li 05, 3c P . busdays. 8 30 a in., 3.53 p m, Fub hTAtioM 00 tbe Metropolitan Brano . t 30. S 30 a m.. $1.13 p m. For prltclpal itatluiu only, tl0.40 a m.,tl.30 ana 1J.3V pta. For IlocKnixE ami Way Stations, tl 35 p m. Fob Oaithssmioiui aud IntMTiMdlate tx.lnti, t.eo,wi, tlliWa m., tlo, .00, i,: t.4.jie.i,tii.eopm. ' Foh Hutu', and luterntsdlate station., ,0 pm. Cuihch train leaves Washington on Sunds ati is pra.. stopping at all stations oa MtHropolltun Branch. Foh Fi bdcbick. t0.30. S.30, $3.30 til. 30 am.. S1.15. t3 30. tt.30 pro. Fen IiisBk.r n, tlO Warn, and tl.10 p m. Thaimi ahbive Irum Chicago dally ll.tlam asd t.liinm; fiomClnclimatl aadht. LouU dal y 3. to a m and 3.09 p m; Irom Pittsburg 7.10 a m. 5.60 p a dally. NEW YORK 4 PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. For New Youk. Trestoa. Newark, N. J , and UiiaUtll. N. J , 106. tSOO, slO.00, l.'OO ata. 3 5C. IJO and 10 30 p in Uuffot Irlor Car. on alt day train.. Sleeping Car on tlw 10 30 p r, Oittu at 9.00 p m. Fob PuiLAUBLruiA, 1.68, MOO. 10.00, U0O boob, 'l.M, UJtl, .1S asd W 30 p m. Fob Nlhabk, Del , Umlugtoo and Chester, 4 8S, U0O am, 13.00 uooo, '.'SJ, '150. 6.liauUw atpm. Fob ikTSBMEOiATs 1-uii.n betwevn Bait 1 mire asd Phi jutslptds, t5 90 and T JO a ui, t.' ), I.SSpm. Thais, have New York for Washington, SOO tll30 am, 3.W, ., 5 uuu war. J WISlKBt. Tbai. lEAtK I'UlBd.lpbIa tor Washington, 4J4. .l, Sll, UJB-BI, tl.W, '131, 6JS5. 1.tttn. Fob JJrtu, UM p u. wtlb Pullman Buffet Mosiitug Car iHBBtag thruugh to Ru-toa witkostcbBSUM, m roittliiMy.-: bi,J'o. touiitig pansiigsr. lu B. & M. .tstiuu at Fob ATtAkTU) Cirv, IM and W.00 a ni. 1 ,' 00 uuuu, Sundays, 4 06 a ai, is OJ 1. wi aua IS.aOum. tEiiaptMutday. 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