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THE DAILY C1UTIC, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 2, 1890.
J I 1 THl Daily GftrriG SiTT KPJWlAttH. W. II. lltnta-fcttm On., rwatlwi and Famlstiers, MH aad K F strMJSwtMMst. Ho Is this tor a fcwlw A TsVwsrFstia Dssliootf Set Solid Oas. Lattfo IM) $U. we will mil yon the same set, wH prtns: tad Jlattre, for JI8.M. our test Bod Rrasseia carpet, i in per yard. Ownt Titpmtri Brussels Carpet. 7 per raw. our best Moq'wtre carpet, i. per Tanl. It ton waiit nnnest, reliable a-iwds at lewstHHsMe pftees, Onr Store l fnll of thetn. All prlesjs oaraiiteed W II HnrnttT'i . Co., 13IS 1J91 F treet northwet lttHtrten'a New Fall Omuls, oMi HsMtten, the plotwer Installment wan, cetrWaliy to1 at MO nod Mt Seventh street northwest, Mm Jnst retnrned from taw east etniaarkets with an Immense sniplyof nil kiwis of hoasekeeptna; toai. earpets, stoves, run. Me . Tom can fnretsb your hoine r mm eeila to MM, nt this store, with oash prices, on the Installment plan. The JfMlnnnl Snfo lep1t Uomrmny, Cr. tilth 9t. ami N. Y. A veins. fttcsrasre fw sviret wait). Jewelry, Lssms, Fta (hoi and ralaabtea of all Hinds. Ckatm moderate. Safe deposit botes for rent at the rery lowest rates. TO BENEFIT SCBBRBAN RESIDENTS. Tbe 11. A (I. Itntlrnait Hstabllshes an Aceemineitatleo Servlee. The mi tlmore ami Ohio lUllrowl ycMcttUy estsbltskKtl a free express for the benefit of its pasMBgers reaUl in at suburban points along Its line, as will be seen by the following circular: On ami after October 1, 10, Psskets or tptn rr slatted boxes of marketing, Rtooertes or vegetables neighing sixty pounds or less; also small butter kettle or path ami hefts of bread (when properly tanged with name of owneraml destination) Intended for personal or family use not boarillng-haiis or hotels and not forsile or profit, wilt tie carried free of charge, at owner's risk, between suburban points, when accompanied by passenger or when for itculsr riders, whether or not se ct Bipanfed by passenger. Any weight ex ceeding frte allowance, to be charged for as express matter. Wash hampers, when contents are not for sale or profit, will be checked and for warded as baggage natter to any point on presentation of passage ticket otherwise tbey will bo express matter. Lmpty baskets, bread lags and butter kettles or palls will tie returned free of (.barge as baggage matter. In addition to this n parcel oxprena service has been started by which nil rutcbatcs can bo sent for a small sum l anglng from five to fifteen cents ac cotdlDjc to weight. Noble Women In Noble Work, The Woman's ltollcf Corps ot tho Department of the Potomac held Its thlttl annual reunion anil reception at the Grand At my Hall last night. The meeting was largely attended and nlmost every member waH present. Tho hall was attractively decorated, the work ha;lng been accomplished through the efforts of Sirs. Dr. L'ulvor. Tlio tvfrtsbmenis, which were served iimIit the direction of .Mr. O'ConnslI hcd Sirs. Churchill, netted a haudsome turn for the charity fund of tbecnrp. 1 he it title whs furnished by the Marine Hand and dancing and other amuse mints wtie indulged In until a lata hour. The Relief Corps Is auxiliary to the Department of the Potomac. G. A It.. aril baa for Its purpose the atdln of ftleodlcw and destitute soldiers who are not directly connected with the Grand Aimy. The membership now numbers 105, and the presiding ohlcer is Mrs. Albertlaa Odell. tleruiau Pay." Representatives from the varloui societies that will participate in the !cmott4iatku on "German Day" met last night at Swngerbund IIaII and com pleted arrangements; for that great event. President Bchube occupied the chair, with William t Meyer acting Kuetarr. Mr. lleutlch staled that InvitatlAns bad bea extended to a number of Co greumea and the District CouiwU eiosvws. Tke various orgsoigatloos will arrive at Sebueuen Park about 3:90 p. in. Mr. L. W. Hubercoinbe will de liver the otatlon la German, and ex CotsieUsioner Iline will speak In ICaglUli. Special arrangemeaU have been wade for street car service to the park. lladecr btate llepubtlwtna, TbeWleecs4a Republican Associa tiosi keM a spirilMl metHiag last sight, v blefc was addressed by the Hoe. II. A. Taylor. He was anxious tUat every teewber of tbe aoeiatios sUould go bouse aaU vole, and predicted a great vlelory for the Repuulieaiu at the fall clettwa. Speeenes were also made by Mr. frank U. Allea, Captaia Whittle toa awl others. Fifteen peteosM were admitted to membership. A commlUee Ob traacpottatioa was appoJeted. eoe sUUeg of Messrs. X. B. iVulla. W. II. likxiaeU aad It K Kedway. Mr. Tay lor left to day for koaie aad will de liver a auwber of spetcae durlag the caiapeiga. Fstiiul Tbe4r ftlan lbully. letgeeat leiry la eowpaay wha De tceitve Hastiafer of Baitlatose, aad De ttctlve Mattiagly of Utk eily, weal, out t a sttii kisat last eveaiag for Cawles riolt. a aeero wko is waaietl ia Mary )i4' Hietjopolis ior the theft of a -laJM gold wateh. Taey ejcaectoi to lave to rake "Hell's BoUoea'' aad ib Caap btfure iadiax alas, but saw bias staadiag oa the eosaer of KleveaUi mtt aad Peausylvaaia avesuia. He wee asteaud aad takea to Rslilssore by Ogfeer Baniagee. i m i KatMMt Taa Mull Uuat liaiiy FUdasaa, who Uasssacti busi ataj amr the coraer of Tarn pars eat eilry ad D street, was U the Polka Cosirt today charged fUh sweaeiag Uwstoat fsoai his etoce aaso the pe wesst aasl laaviae; it there. Ottcer CesMr has) tkoatfasT alas before that it -we immmm (at use law, sast ae eosv oiag u. Judge Jattuer lau ao ldssuus thai he piottM m9i laaw m Much duet ia the future, aid took his persoaai boad- Th FialeraeJ Cosgwaf Cosaaatttee heMilf laklal sseedag ia lieLeDruit kaaUksar last abrhi. but ao bnstnasi of BjnjsjBfgsassTB; s, paja" saa pawasasssa m inJUac iaaeseat s in assess 4 jgaftaskJUA U ftarajnyi-alti hM YtBdltmk. m ,asjBajaHpaiaas FaaF STgpawssaaa w ssfaaraivagas Keteaw to draft cwasHtuttoa for the i gej otgiahsihT, which it hi expected v. ai he 4m ia few days. ! i -ea- - tttfateisar sUala4V VsMaJaM Us Oatauaastcfc aaj te to ao a pas- cit d Uuth to the story thai he vol- We ePaj W Wr lpiW JWy wHpslsWp' w jfPsal'W a t --- fueaa. Ha ia iMtiae iadig- Haegi epaswBpsaeiaia8a' apse ssw - - aaaavie ha caoi onmw haw sfoaa i JatelHyace cosjidtvk y guack la such story. erVj, iiiMftl ud dnlaJ taw Coiusnoaaa luiveraiay m anattwia a t- AlTl. Klaw leftwdaag tha wiaUt uaaa. ialrndiirtory kctuoa eae da mmm rim mt mm. Memwtwent nt Fntrrfc atawnltpmse lretitted t !etttefn MihHiws, T)te bMntlful monttmwrt ervcMd to the memorr of the Confederate ttMtef of Fairfax Cottitty was dedicated y terday at Fairfax Conrt Home In tins prefence of aft Immense mtticrlnc of CoBfedenite veterans. The little vlllftfe was decorated with United States fle; frrm one end to the other. The procession formed at 11-30 o'clock, and at 1 o'clork marched through the principal streets of the vil lage to the cemetery, where the monn ment was to be dedicated. The proces sion was headed by the chief marshal, Jnrige I). M. Chichester, and his aides, followed by the National Guard Band of Washington. The R. E Ie Camp, I?o. 2, Confederate Veterans, cme next, CMnmaaded by Colonel W. II. f moot, followed by ,T. Q. Marr Camp, l'V federate Veterans, commanded by Colonel James M. Iove; R. K Ie Csmp, Sons of Veterans, commanded by W. Dspttic: Ross Laurel Urigwle, and a long line of other veterans. Fol lowing these organizations came car riages containing' Senator John W. Daniel, General Jt. D. Corse, General Kppa Hunton, General W. II. F Lee, Mayor E. Downliam of Alexandria, and many other distinguished ex Confed erates, and a long line of other citizens. At the cemetery an Immense crowd had gathered around the speaker's stand, which wae occupied by General Leo, General Hunter, Captain J. II. Ballard, Rev. ,1. C. Hall and other prominent Virginians. Captain Lee Robinson called the meeting to order, and the Rev. Jlr. Hall introduced Cap tain llallard, the orator of the day, who foimally turned the monument over to the Ladles' Memorial Association. Captain Italian! delivered an eloquent address, outlining the history of the monument and recalling the soldiers of Fairfax Count) who died for the "Lost Caute," and whose names arc Inscribed on the monument. General Lcc, on behalf of tha Ladlos' Memorial Association, received the monument, and In his address told tho story of the heroism and sulf-sacrlfico of the Southern women during tho war. After General Leo's address tho as tcinbly relumed to the Coutt-IIouso yard, where tho Hon, James L. Gordon reed n beautiful poem eulogistic of Confederate valor. Ho was followed by Senator Daniels In n speech, reminis cent of army llfo. Tho addressee wore concluded by brief speeches by Gon cral l?ppn Iluntonnnd Mr, Gordon. The political features of tho occasion were not lacking, both Mr, Hume and General Lcc doing considerable oleo llonecrinK In a quiet way. TO FREYERT THE SALE. Foi liter .SluckhuliUra In tlin llmoliatt CI til. Want mo Injunction, Mklisol II. Scanlon and Mary C. Cionln jcstirdsy filed a bill against C. i. Snow. Waller F. He welt. L. K. Uurkct, tlul. relating to the old bise ball paik. Thty claim to represent the VktblDKlon National Ila'eball Club, ami claim that the assignment of the option on tho grounds was Irregular and never aulhorhu-d. It is alleged that the ssaigt tn i tit ot the Icnte ami option for the m. all amount of $12.(100 ia conclu sive evidence of a fraudulent combina tion anion the parties sued. It is fur- thir charged that since Walter F. Hewitt ateceeded his father In tbebMe ball business that the complainants have sever Ik en allowed access to the 1mV; that a lioarit of directors was never Itaally elected, ami the assignment of the club last fall was fraudulent. Thty ask that the defendants If en Joined from executing a deed of the properly to the Government, and that the sislgDtmnt of the lease and option be let aside. THE LAST SAD RITES. till Comrade at Uib (Iruve of Pollen OMeer Koauor. Tie funeral of the late Olrlcer Giorge D. Keener, which took place from the Tabernacle Church yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, was largely attended. Rev. C, C Meador delivered an Impressive sermon, and a quartette composed of Wm. S. Yateman, Milton Ruchanan, Mrs. O. it. Smith and Miss Knight fur uUhed the music for the mournful oc cation. Tke delegations present in cluded Commandery No. 3. K T , in full uniform; Washington Chapter, No. S. Royal Arch; B li. French Lodge, No. la, A. F. and A. 31., and twenty four policemen In ccuimawl of Lieuten ant eraoa. The resulae were iaterred ia the Congressional Cemetery. .i-... i.i i. m ....- LEMON ELIXIR. IU WsBilerful HUeet oa tbe Liver, Htuuiaeii, IluweU, ICIUutt a ail Illuuil. Or. Atestovs utaoa mhut U a plea sunt Uiann driak that pottlvly eura ati BJHnasaeai, UoaatipaUoa, Iadtgaattoa, Beadacha, MalarU, Kidney Dianase, DU--rlaati, Cold. Luaa of Appectta, FotMiaa, CUlks. Uoacaigf. Hiaiilea. Kin ia Back. Palpitation of Heart, and all other dlseaxw faiaait by aiaordawod liver, stuaach aad kldaava. tbs ant wreat eaiiM U all fatal riny ceaaa wwwwwuv per buttle. Sokl by aruggiets. Freparad oul? by H. Moalay, M. O., Atlanta, li. Lmmmi Hut IFOtM Pot cough aad eokla, taka Lam on Hot ! For tasa threat and broaraWs, i.asnna u wvj. For MMatsaaaia aad Uryogetia, take lesaoa lios Tamsji For eosMSUBtfitlMS aad catarrh, take Leiaoa Bet raoau For m throat and lung dtaaases, take Leatoa Hot Drops- a alagaat aad leMaate preearaatoa. aeU by J-is"' canas war hwUU. Freparad by H-Xoalay, M. D.. Xtlaata. Ua. I'fopufltte iar lk UiMNatas t Ctoart. Clerk Wuliaaas of tha Crtolaal Court will have a speahiag tuLe at hit dusk whaa the leiu begiaa aett weak, to fee can announce to Deputy Mar Suriaitniae. who will have chanse (4 titf cells below, what prisoaaw are wanted for trial. The obi circuitous route of bringing prUoeere into couil has beea ahaadoued. and a stairway leading direct froas Use court rooaa to the ctfla has haea cuasuuetai- d-aaw nvtiAiA w ri tu iaa tahl unoav tha nsngaaatp aawgarw saaisw aw aa" gcaeralbsHashiw up U everything about that old const soon. Kur Urn Wci t aaat. and aU otaeaae of ealMtea, hUUla'a Food is hnaUudue- IU twriact idartithlHty tot the us fur which tt s UtUodvd is beUig cocatBL tly dwanMiai rated A mmM w wu. Odicvr ). V. Biide of the Sacoad Hse ciact and Mias Many O. Kiry of Ko- 118 1 street uoribwcat will be utarrkJ at 6l DotutJik-'a C burch this afternoon. Wt lAlESf f3" rRHDE IS GOOD WITH US. We Tolerate No Misrepresentatfons. OUR METHODS ARE KHOWH TO BE FAIR AND HONORABLE. Our Low Prices Fall Overcoats Are a Necessity low. SO Styles In Men's Overcoats, at $ 6.G0j sold elsewhere at $10. 38 Styles In Men 'a Overcoats, nt $10; sold elsewhere at $ir. 10 Styles in Men' s Overcoats, nt $10; sold elsewhere nt.$8. 27 Styles In Men's Overcoats, at $80; sold elsewhere nt $80. These Overcoats are both ltoeular and Box Styles and are In Kerseys, Meltons, Mack Cheviots, Worsted and Mixtures, all of them Tailor-Made and cannot bo duplicated elsewhere In this city. In Suits We Will Agreeably Surprise You if You Call On Us, Blon's Knockaliout Suits, Sack or Cutnway. $0.50; sold cvory. whero at $10. Men's All-wool Cheviot Suits, Sack or Cutaway, at $10; sold everywhere at $15. Jlon'n All-woot Suits, In 20 stylos, at $13.00; sold everywhere nt $17. Men's Fine Frlncc Albert Suits, 10 styles, at $15; sold every where at $aa. Wc show tho Most Complcto Line of Odd Pants In tho city. Knockabout Pants, $1,00; sold everywhere nt$2.35. All-wool Pants, 20 styles, $2.C0; sold everywhere at $0.50. Nobby Dress Pants, 40 styles, $4; sold cvory whore at $3.50. Elegant Dross Pants, 40 styles, $5, $0 and $7; sold every where at $7, $3 and $10. In Doys and Children's Suits nnd Overcoats our Stock nnd Prices Stand Ilcyond All Competition. IJoar In mind, by trading hero you buy direct from tho manu facturer, thereby saving 'tho wholesale dealer's nnd Jobbers' profit. ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 31 1 Seventh St N. W., WAS1HNOTO.V, t). 0 MANUFAC TORIES: 212, 214 and 216 W. Washington St., Syracuse, N Y. 52, 54 and 56 Pearl St., Buffalo, N. Y. IPCPfvv?Ya ftv. .iSSis&T I '": 3 ? W THE POSITIVE CURE. ! ELY lJUOTUna 68 Warren Orsnd, Upright and Square PIAIstO-FORTES. Gpeetal atUtntkw ot pureaiara U lavtiail to our "IKW AHTISTIO STYLM,1 natatol la rriiaiaan a "HWHBfcT DBOTRATIVa AJtT.M vuxos rou UitKT Saeoad-aaad Piaaos at AU Fries. Wm.Knabb & Co., 817 Market Space. UINNSOLA, GOLD1N HILL IBflaO'CriR Xiul yoa wm alwaja aau aaaatUul Itraai. waawaau uapot. ouc- WM. M. 8AJT & QO. NEW YORK BUFFET, Meat aaa rataat Uuoa la ta attr- lav nyiM CtaMRaV W aaapaaaaiBBq P Wp Vear Icoa n HWff W " tfSM wa aaa lata-avw-. !? RgWIi l fcERESjif yuMilllill, W . c. Keep Us Busy, . - ..WCnr rirJutbS wJfYFnrft6)8Sj ?S?MI"ii;J -.vs-tf. as . juj, VkfVx r5VT 6U New Tork. rrtco W cts.1 T BB6T OK ACCOUNT O? PURITY, AGE AND STRENGTH. I'icciullj liooil fur I'uinlly l'e. IieutUiiul for Weak unit llebllitaleil l'enoui. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Mauaser Wuklilustou llruueli, 703-705 North Capitol Street Telephone 273. FOR CLOTMHG, 1UBRISHII6S AUB HATS. QOtOTal SmW CittK if M wi E watt aaanraoaVr aaaa. ia taa sraaaaat tPflff pofptfr la waaaiMatiMa. ruicm ia avw BVMyoay. w eaa aauwaoa to taa onaHai nanna aaa ataateaTaaaof MUS BanMaaiaa; Sdt aw aaaaiatkaIiiet,aa4oBrM laWSaf laeaaajwaariuaaaaanaaiKiK. . . Va alao aava aa irtirt Uai is to is rwjra. tiov Mlo a. PI.IUm'i Haiti 1 L.) wa aia aat aa awaaa iudui aof aawa, laataa't gaaaalonaa we an taa laaaati. at aiaanfiiiinir vr kJJx' vottt oar mtaan.aud taaainra caa aaraioa ataar ss tfJsaSiJaisL1 S Sr 5&aa mm jo dSTaaa ou avJa aa aaa fuo rranTi ajca aavoaa ooaaoatr- laauaT w aaaatiua a te pries ot mw BaU aaa VtuuUaa tjooaj IhtAliaik.Mld eraifvaer t-jtiiM.tt atSlor'; .trie, is . at II a. AJt Um our .pc. -J Sua itortj. yvvuMMw BrmfSaiT. Aariwiaa taatae'a V- atjaytaU aatt: n. l all nc lut :. . dtk- m Koakwaa Imik Street Hwest, Have Orewed a Fltst cla Ifolntl Credit Jewelry Store where Otey will constantly fceep on hand a complete stock ami large aswttment of Watches, Jewelry Silverware &c, &c, &c, WHICH THEY WILL SELL OK A SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM CHEAPER THAN CAN HE DOUOHT KL3EWHBItE FOB CHSH, Thereby enabling our patrons to have the USE of tho AUTICLE while they arc paying for It. VTo keen n full stock of nil tho best grades of Ladles' and Gentlemen's Gold and Silver American Watches, Includ ing Split Second and Itcpoatcrs. Also Howard, llockford, Elgin, Wnltham, Hampton nnd Swiss Movements. Fine Watch Impairing a Specialty. CALL AND LKAUN HOW TO DU? OOODS ON OUR SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM IIBFOIIK PUHCIIASINO BLSBWUEKB. Goods Delivered on First Payment. Open evenings. 3(vt& 515 Seventh Street Northwest. Upstairs. Messrsiee&Stiepard Announce the Pub'ication ol a Library to be Called a -a SERIES. -ti .. This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice worlcs by some oi the best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c The initial volume of the series is now ready. Etta tlfltte ffll Be Cjifkfc fc Ho, 1 The Blind Men and the Ml JarHUKKAS. tit a Eoltowaaar It. Z-ln'Tmili n, Dr. h trantj's HiHSshtid. Mr XaJU)A X. DOt'OLVS. h 3-I'.HiIIm Wise, at auvn orate. vtraYatwmH. aaataai t ail aooaaeilnra aaaa)iteJBCats- Diamonds, vut4xis Inergizer loinentam Engine THE RESULT OF USING THE ENEBGIZER WITH ELECTRICITY, Electricity and the Energizer. niCTlTKR BI.BCTMO LtGITT CO., CASDS.tjN. .1. I n at libettvto certify that the KNErtOIZBH MOMENTUM KNGtNB, oftho Inveatfim M II. 0. Pole, was rnn tor hours at a thus and (rove a rtnUi yje? MttVr evr a frletton brake wetebed by a Fairbanks soato. leiae M rertlaHe&j perlHBie wtlh a -fnA fc? and twmty pemdt W n at the end of atW kr. TUt rmitt w from ttrttf mr Ukertt tmr drnamt rw aimom$. The leetrtser wWeh aeeoBiplhbeu tbls isreat resolt Is now In WaiblBton, D. a MCIITER EliBOT IUO WGUT CO., (Signed) CnAB. RICIITEIl, Manager. The Great Momentum Wheels of the Large Energizer on test move with exactly the pres sure given by the new formula. Engineers wh l have seen this new way o! using Motive Power approve the system as a revolution in machinery, For all Information apply to the American Energizer Manufacturing Co LIMITED, 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 txcepl Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. Special attention paid to Froralnir. ItogtMInu, MotIbk ana Doling PlatorM and Mlrrori. James B. Iiatxibie, HKRDMKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GAS BOILERS, U&KE TEA OH COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In stant the cooking Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SA.L1 BY TAB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest I Jilj8HBPisBf IHHOW AMD BCHAdp:0t YOU CAnV jfe, LdWSwBJSyyi hurt irt That tbimk Mcujc nw KheSSImB fHKuaaaBlBan -fBBalBBBalaSSsaV - .siaaBssaasarraae--aaMaBst m. k'r- J BUT YOUE TETJlfKS AID HAESESS I! $ 1 . 1 5 and 1 .50. IN 10 08 15 MINUTES. KAtr,rtOAt)9 Tho Great Pennsylvania Route To tire North, West and Southwest, Dotlora TTWafc, !?n6IHIM SOWWfy, 8tet Ratla. Matnlflefltit Bqntpment. In effect May 11th, ISM. Tralnt leare WaaMncton, tram station, cor iter of Sixth and B streets, as follows: Fen Prnmrrmi and the Wet, rilaco Limi ted Bxpreeaof milaan estltrale cars at HJ.80 a m dally, Fast Line, 10 SO a m dally to Cliteajro. Cwumbna and St. IxnH. with Steepfnc Cars from Harrlsbtirft to Indianap olis, Pittsburg to Onlambn; Altoona to Chlcsco. St. liOnls, Chlraeo and Cincinnati Bxpres, 3 3D p a dally Parlor Car Wah-Isf-lon to llarrlbni-f, and Sleeping Cars Harrltbnr? to St. Lonts, Chlpao and tin dnnfttl.and Dlnlnc l-ar nsrrlsbnre tost Ixa!,Ch!cao and Cincinnati. WMternKx pren, nt 'An p m dally, with Sleeping cars Washington to Chicago and st IjnK con necting dally at Harrlnbnrg with through Sleepers for lnlrlllesnd Memphis Poll man Dining Car Plttsbnrg to Richmond and t hlcago. Pacific Express, 10 no p m dally, for Plttsbnrg ami the West, with through Sleeper to Plttsbnrg and Plttsbnrg to Chi cago BALTIMORE AND roTOMAP lUtLTtOAD. Fon Kass, Canandalgna, Rochester and Nt agara Falls dally, except Sunday. R.io a m. For Emu Cnnnndalcna ami Rochester dally; ftr Ilnffftlo and Maeara dally, except 8M nrday, 10 00 p m, wlih Sleeping Car Wash Ingtpn to Rochester. For WttxiAiroBT, Lock Haven and Klmlra, at 10 HO a m dally, except Sunday. Fon WitttAJuronr, daily, 3.30 pm. Fon rntLADEM-HiA. New York and tho East, 7.90, POO, it to and 11.40 a tn, s 10, it.13, 4.S0. 6.40, 10 00 and II 30 pre. On Sunday, s.oo, 11.40 a tn. 2.10. 3.1S. 4 W.lO.oo and U.sOpu. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars 9.40 a m dally, except Sunday. Fon Naw Yona only, Llmlteit Express with Dining Car, 5.00 p m dally, Fon PniLAnxLrnu only. Fast ExptessSlOa tn week-days and 4 pm dally. Express Enndar only, B.40 p m. For Dostok without chance, 3.15 p ra every nay, For Broorltk, N. y all through trains con nect at Jcrrey City with lioats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoid In jf double ferriage across Now York City. Fon Atlantic CiTr,11.40 a m week-days, li.so pm dally. Fan Raltimobk. 6.35, 7. SO, S.10, S.OO. S 40, 10.00, 10.C0.11 coand 11.40a n, 11.05, 2.10, 3.15 3.30, 4 00, 4.E0, 4 30, 5 CO. 8.40, 0 00, 7 40, 10.00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday 0.00. 005, 10.50, 11.10 R m. 2.10. 3.13. 3.10, 4.00, 4 SO. 5.06, 5.40. COO, 7.40, 10.ooand 1120 pm. Fon Fori's Cntr.K Lmx, 7 SO a ra and 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Fon AnKAroLis, 7JM and 9.00 a m, 12.05 and 4 sop m dally, except Sunday, Sundays, 9.00 ajn and 4.20 p ra. WASUINGTON BOHTnBRN RAILWAY. In effect May 11th, 1900. Fon AtcxAnnntA, 4.30. 0.35. 7 45. 8 4t, O.o 10.57 a m, 12.0 noon, 2.05, 3 30, 4.25, 4.55, 6.01, 8.0a, 10.03 am 1139 pm. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.43, 0.45 10.' ;, a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.0J and 10.03 p.m. AcroMMODAtt'iK for Qnantlco, 7.45 a mand 45pmuk-days. 7.13 am Sundays. Fon IticiiHo.sD and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a m dally. Accommodation 4.53 u m week days. Train loavo Alexandria for Washington, 8.03 7 00. 8 to, D.10. 10.15. 11.07 a mi t JO. 3.0O, 3J0, 6.10, 0 05. 7.03 0.20. 10 37 and It 03 p m On Sunday at S.io and 11.07 a m; 2.00, 5.10, 7.0ft, 7.89, 0.SM and 10J7 n m. Ticket and Information at tho olTJco, northeast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho ttatlon, wberoorderscan bo left for tho chocking of baggage to destination from hotols and rest donees, ciiAs. e. ruon, J. R. WOOD. General Mannger. Ocnl. Pass. Agent. Ilaltiiiiuru and Ohio Railroad. Sohcdnlo In effect Juno 26, 1990, Leave Washington from station corner ot Now Jersey avenue and O street. Fon Chioaoo and Northwest, Vestlhuted Limited express dally 11.J0 a m, express 0.30 p m. Fon CiNriNRATl, St. Louis and Indianapolis express daily 3.10 atd 11.30pm. Fon l'lTTSBUnu and Cleveland, express dill 0 90 a in nnd 8.10 p. m. For I.ixikuton ana points In the Shenandoah alley, ll.0 am. For U iM-mtTiH and way statlon,t5.30 p m. For I.dhat, t J.50 and 8.40 p m. For llALTixuna, week days, 4.06, 5.00, 8.15, 7.W 7 JO 18. CO 45-mlnutes), 8.30, 9.30, (11.00, 100 4&-mlnutesl a. m, l.10,.t3 (i.io 45 minute). (3.15, 43-mlnutes), 3.26, 4.20, 4 30, AM Il.tU, S-tnlnutel 3.30 0.00, 0 13, S.30, 7 10. 7.30, H 36, a.,'0. 10 SO and 11 p.m. hundBys, 4 UA, 7.20, 7JM, 8.30, 9.30 a m. lutv, 4s minutes) i.uu. x.is, (icso, vmm ul.-).1.6, 4.a,4, d.50, 45 minutes) CM. 6.15, 8.2U, 7 30, 6.3ft, 10.S , 11.30 p ro. For Wat 6tations betsreen Washington and ilaltlmoro. 5.10, 6.36. 8.30 a m., 12.10, 3.25, 4.32,620. iLSOpm. Sundays, 8.30 aru., 1.00, ,4.K,0Ja, UJMpm. Trains ijuvx IUltimobs for Washington, week days, S.io, e.ao, 6. so, 7.15, 7.W, 8.00, 8.30, 8, 0.3V and 10.30. 10.35 am-: 12.00, 12.10, 10. SO, S.50, 4 00, 4.13, 5.00, 6 00.6.J0, 7.0O, 7.30, 8.30, 8.30, 9 00. 10.10, 10.20 and 11.00 pm Sundays, 6 30. 715. 8 30,8.35,0 30, 10.30. 10.36 a m 12 00. 1 .05, 10, 2 30,4.13, 3X0, t.X. 7JO0, 7 30, 8.20, 8 30, 10 W. 1OJ0 and ll.OUpm. For Ankaiolu, 6.36 and 8.30 a m., 12.10 and 4 30 p ra. Sundays. 8 30 a in., 4.32 p in. Leave Annapolis e 31, 8.ST a m.. 1.' 05, i pm. basdays, 8.30a ra., 3.55 nm. Fob bTATMUts 09 the Msiropolltan Brano . t6J0,W30 a m.. 11.13 p ra. For principal itatloua only, tW.W a m.. 11.30 and t5.J pm. For HocKYliix and Way Statloss. 1 1 33 p m. For OAiTHaasatriui and lotensedlato pcluts. rw.w. sio.w, tn a a., tl.oo, ts.oo, 1.31, t.M,lO0O, tlliOpm. For L'ovu's and Intermediate stations, ,0 pm. Church train leaves Washington on Sunda at 1 13 i m., stopping at all stations oa Metropolitan Brawn. For J-arnawcK. t6.30. 8.30, 3J0 tll.SOam., I1.U. ts-30. HJ0 p to. Foa Oauimtokn, tlO.43 a ra. aad ts.30 p ra. Trains ARRivslrom Chleago dally 11.43 am and 4 10 11 hi; from Clueluuatl aad St. IxiuU daby 3. W a ra aad 2.06 p m; from Pittsburg T.ia a s. &0 p ia dally, NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. For New I ore. Trenton, ttewerk. N. J . and bHubetli, N. J , I06, t8.00, '1U.G0, M.'W am UW, . aad 10 30 p ra, rjuefet Parlor Cars 00 ait day tralas. tileeplng Car on tbe 10 SO p ta, nn at 9X0 p m. Foa PuiLAisuiUA, '1J6, ts.00. '10.00. U00 BOOU. 'IM, 'I.W, 6.i6 and 'WWpm. 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