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THE DAUjY CIUTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 12, 1890.
Tiie Daily Critic OXTT KPJSCXAZiB. To H Con tinned AH Thts Week. Red tWs flea thTtmgh and fa rontlnced' ? we hit? Twenty thre article of fnrnl vne to rattrish a room complete All for Jn 4f em, consisting of 0iieatrrwK,rnc,ot: iiiw wife complete, with cfiatrs, tahle, PT flMtttWM. (titew, cowfort, DM fofhrt srt, two sMNTes.tttn HM lite enrtanrs, os pair iWlwes, iww poles. All mt np ami in room cottpttt for orotrpanoj' for the sKMall sum of $ ft. cash w. B. BnrnwmH A Co , Kia 1M p street northwest . ltitrlrten'a New Pall Woods. tohn Madden, the pioneer Installment man, centrally kwnter) at 930 end Mt Seventh street r'rlhwt,n Jtrst returned from the et n n matters wlfhan immense supply of all fc tnits of nunaeheeplQK itood, carpets stoves mas. etc. Ton can fnrnlsh your Vmse (mm trliar to irarret, at tats store, with cash r i i'-c, on the Installment plan. inventor's meet. To Perfect Plan for the Centennial of the Patent System. Tire mettlnt- of Inventors and manu Torturers belt! last night at the Arllng t n Hotel for the purpose ot making trcHmlnnry arrangements for the cele bration of the centennial of the Ameri can patent system was. largely attended. Sir. ltobett W. Fenwlck presided ami fttltl resets Indorsing the proposed celebration were made by ex-Commis Moncrs of Patents Spear and Mont gomery, Commissioner Lyman of the CU1I Service Hoard ami Jlessrs. II. 11. "VVatner, "W. C. Iodge. Nelson J. Ditto, JIclMjrc and 13 I). Clapp. A com mlttce of seven will be appointed by the chairman to prepare a programme tied call n meeting to consider the pro gramme as arranged. A large number of distinguished Inventors, olllctals and business men of this city were present at the meeting. WILL THERE BE WINTER RACING HERE? Humors That the Ivv Cltr Track Will He Leased Shortly. For some dnys there has been a rumor Id chculatlon tLat the Ivy City track bad Icrn leased and that there would be some good winter racing over that course. 'While the lease has not been completed It is known, however, that several New York parties, ntnonc thorn Mr. Michael Dwycr, have been talking over the lease and have approached the owners of the track with n view to making terms. These have been ntmed, but not ns yet nccoptcd. It is further stated that unless n lease is effected within sixty days a new jockey club will bo organized and n tint class spring meeting wilt be held ni xt year. If the deal Is effected thoro will bu spring and fall meetings, and ptttlbly tomo winter ractne. airs. Window's aimlcal. Mis. AVIndom gave a muslcale last cvceIdc at her residence, 17.17 I street r.cilhwcat, whlrh was much cnjnyod by the large number of assembled guests. Tlmeioloe were sung by Mrs. Wober with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Wlrdom. The violin playing of Mr. llllam Curlia was warmly applauded ' v wete the piano solos of Mlsi Parsons ncd Mr. Otto Krutsch. Among thoee nesent were Mr. and Mrs. Leonird 1 ralley, Congrntaman Outhwalte, Mr. 1) It. McKcc, Mrs. Edward Clark, Miss Clark, Dr. and Mrs. French, Mrs. i A. Kent. Miss Kent, Mr. and Mrs. I'rancls Lcupp, Mrs. Palmer. Mr. Itobert Palmer. Mr. 11. Itobblns. Miss Itcbblns, Mlw Hunt, Miss Hentbiues. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hough, Mia llougb, MIm Hatch. Mr. V. A. Kendall Mr. Alfred Hough ami others. Trjlue to Oat llialr Money. A communication has been scot to luc Commissioners by John Pope Hod cctt, cc-uofel forworklngmen employed titderthe late Hoard of Public Works, who asks that $75,000 appropriated by Ctngrcss In 1874 be paid. The act of (.'cneru&s dlricteri that the money be raid over to Mr. Hodaett as counsel for the claimants In order that be might make a jro rata distribution f It to the men. CoutnilatloBor Douglass, is replying to Mr. Hod nett, said that the matter bad been referred to the Presi dent, ami that an order will soon be intde for the payment of the money. IlfHttTor Profoxor SUil. Professor Philip II. Mai died yester day at the residence of bU son la law, Mr. K. AV. Amlerson. lifilt) Q tret. after a brief lilaete. The funeral will tuke place to-morrow mora log at 10 o'clock, aad the burial will be made at M unl Olivet Cemetery. Professor Mas! was otf years of age, and was burn la Hoetoe, Maae. He re sided In NotfoJk. Va., for sixty two years, and merited Mies WerckiaulUr ( f that eily. II leaves a widow ami Ibiee ebiltireB Mrs. K W. Aadefgoa and MeM. Philip C. aad Waller C. Wail. Iciuperuacw Wuiaeu. A !ree number of lady represeaU tircsof'tlw W. C. T. V. branches la 'Niw Kagiaad were lathe city to day ard wtU leave tbU eveaiag, wtlh the Aitlegtoa rrpet.aUllvcj, for At 1st U, Ga., la wklta city ta aatJoaal (rftioanf Use Ualoa will anstble n Friday atoralag xt. 1 ae Kew hctlaiis will Us taadesati a reeeatioa lo night at is Higcs Huusa frasa 8 tn t ..clos7k by tat Dietrict W- V. T. U. T Lis aftetasata they visiied tae White IJ use aad otaw places of latwast la te tlty. Cuiuuiltl( dppa4steJ, The foUolag special cosaaslttoes Lave beea assyriairt by the at Wasa !ctoa Cttiztas Awnciuioa Oa equali -Uoa of MifsiasfBls aad District reve mes. M. I. Welkr. Taoasaa W Isatith, tuntrsi Dttaeaa a. Walker. H L West Jr W. B. Fitach, A. V. Sperry ant lit try L. Knraa. o laitrcods. X W Mlat,.X Ukrnaaa, H P Godio, I W. Whalpley aad U. I. Welle, on lurrovcauats of puUie spaces. Arch l Biias. O. K. Oallasa, George . it i bus. DtMcaa Thoaipsoa aad Dr Kbu , Caiiwswar. T (MMtuw Hattswr' Mscteuid. J tba kiXkdtr of Oeaasal U V. Butler v ill ha rriahraiaa ta tab cstr o ta lTib of lAteesaJber by aur CosaaWd. t. aioa Vtauxaa' Uaioa. Ifo. 4. Uesart uitut U Ike Potossac. nidsjed by Ida u. Ko. 1, (susmaat. No. , G. A. K , .Ld Um CotoM SuMmsm' aa4 StUow' h'uiluaal League of A assists-it . at taa uUisaeie oa M aUeot, b4eeo Fif Kicth aasj 8i.tt4b stseeta. 4 Waaate . i ha sua ftoaa MiWhsatoirg, W- a. , i' Wajsfcfefftfli via Uwantuva aad i uiiiij, tttsnaaceof MWarisea, was n.a in ( aafety Ubsee its Uivuis d r" aJsMiiat i Vsseaia. W. 4- Mat ,hM.jt.,tmi W. H Kta. tsu a u-tsssjku; of Hut artiafloa Skyw l :ub Th Ura l'.c of laoua Verau Plat l.i bmi. tr'-"nr i iirrfliafiil .5 nk 'i Uc boaciuoal of L Lu tctO bftOiJwJUclt 'icCO- uikj. asut saaasr i .uuita iusve beaa uiwidcd lot taa pa KICKERS OF GOALS. smiteiTowN mm a same from WA8tIrft3T0N AND IJfc lllektirstni Cttltesre Delentetl hy the CelltmMs Attiletfe OlMh ir- tewn tn Sleet Swnrthmore Cwllfse en Stattmlnr. Th Oeorsrttown College eiertn wmst to 1exlngWm, Va., yesterday ami pUserl an t veiling game with tke waassiBgiOB aH Lee University. The fistste was ass excellent ami hotlyeon twtesl tme, the score standing even until In the laet Ave minutes Georgetown fcorwl a trmch down, antl won the game by the cleat acme of 10 to 6. The play ing of 10, J. Dyer and Myers for Ocort etown, and Jones. Lorraine and Mc aleb for Washington and Lcc. were esreclelly btllllant and noticeable. The Ltxtrirton boys won the toss an 1 taking the ball trained flvtj yards. They qnickly lost the ball by a failure to gain Ave yards ami Georgetown stic ceeued in makinc ten yams. Dyer of Georgetown, assisted by the Interfering of Fleming ami Keyea, made a toncli down on a good run and Kevea klcketl goal. After this Woods on" a fumble scored a touch down for Washington and Lee from which Ilragg kicked goal. Score 6 to 8. In the second half neither side scored until near the close when Keyes made a twenty five jard run. securing a touch down and winning the game for George town, 10 to 0. Both teams are cnually matched and a return game has been arranged be tween them to be played In this city at Capitol Park shortly. COl.VMIHA DKVKATS DICKINSON. Vestt rday was rather a bad day for football from a spectator's stand-point, and. In consequence, only about 100 pr oplo taw the very common-place ex blblllon between the teams representing the Dickinson College of Pennsylvania ami me uoiumum Aiuietic uiuuatuap Ilol Park. Both teams wcro weak and out of condition, and there was no bril liant playing on either side, but, never theless, the game wns close, the Colum bia bovs winning, 0 to 0. Within ten minutes after play was commenced Wells of the Columblas, after a scries of rushes, got the ball and made n clever touchdown, from which Buttcrworlh ktcked n goal. The re molndcr of the first half was devoid of Ink rest, although Buttcrworlh nude a brilliant run of fifty ynrds and a touch down, but It was disallowed on a claim of foul. For lliu rest of the time the ball remained in the centra of the field. When the second half began it was getting dark, and after twoutv minutes' plsy time was called without "either side having f cored a point. Mr. Lake of Dickinson College was icfeico nnd Mr. Boynton umpire. The trams were as follows: ('. A. C. Position. Dickinson "IU Itlelit eihl llynwn fal. Uol!....Hunttakle Cleaver I.t-Mr Illglit guard WooJen Kali.tr r Centre Timid Bjiuts Uftstuanl MrCallMer Harlien Lefttaekle Northrop Tajlor Lett end Terlitme Kineiy QHrter-Twek Mills Veasey Quarter-back. Cunt, l'ntton Hulterwurtb... . rull-twck Urtier OKOIM1KTOWN TO 1-I..W HWAKT1IMOHK On Saturday next the celebrated Pwarthmoro College team will meet (ieoiptown College at Capitol Park The lust named eleven has developed surprising stienglh this veir, and is probably the strongest lu this vicinity, having won lis game from the Colum bia Aihlutlc Club through forfeit by Ihe latter la refusing to continue the jisme when Georgetown was In the lead. It has also won all Its other games with the exception ot that against the strong Naval Academy team, against which It made an excel Ktit showine. The Swarthmnre team is also one nf the strongest In the Penn tylvaula League, and an Interesting game may be expected. There are a number of Swarthmore men in tbU city who will attend and chetr the representatives of their Alma Mater, while Georgetown will have jtltnly of well-wishers wearing the "Blue and Gray." Itesuntett thu Insinuation, A ulee-Iooklng and well-dreased lady EuueU Kate McNearney was fined 5 in the Police Court this morning for as faulting Julia Mlllmore at No. 180 L Mrtet southwest. Samuel Buady teatl nd to having found Mrs Mlllmore la lbe alley In an UBeooccious coadltloa. Mrs. McNearney said that Mrs. Mill wore came Into her stable while she was milking her goat. She made some la situating remark, ami the defaadnat said that she pushed 3Ire. MlllastHe out of the door, but did not hit her. bent to tbe Farm. Iti-ajamia Brown, Job a N'ewttta aad Btsjamla Wllitama were before the Police Court IhU tuotaiag, ehargad by OttlesKB Graat ami Traastaeli of Ike Secoatl Preclaet with biag vagcaaU. licowa aad Xewtoa were saat to ta faitu for the period of sixty days, but Wflliaau was itlloed to go oa aU per bpaal boad. of puia Cod liter Oil witk HyfM paoapfeiiaa of Lima aad Soda ' atossat as paiataksta aa milk. Cailoi o enioir It rassvar taaa otaaswua. a marvellous flesh PeMMMER it la Inrtaert. astst tt Uttla lada and lisiiss wfca take easd wcailji, snai oa lossaStasl agjataas a cosasS saat isJaM swosa narVma. ay tafciaa Scott' EoigWos sstw tbasr maiils sltMiaa ta wiatar aaasvna. JSiswsss t SMhsHraMsas astd twiUitwitt, Liebig COMPANY'S 5XTRAOT OF B!F LftkUali-AJlAJaS IM VL.VU- psaw st"" t .sseaaassjssy sissp msst rHsi W asWUMJli.M WUjr UtU ssJwKAsUtf W J ChiIdr6n W$ Enjoy It. SOOTTC li FINED A WiFE BEATER. He WonM Have ISiren 9nt to .Tall OMr rwr 1IM Iamtlr Annie Lancasn r, with an ngly-look ftig wotind over her right eye, appeared ill tire Police Court to day as a witness ittWlMi her hushand, William Lancaster Officer Dnney produced a clnb about tsvo Inches in diameter, with which the wontm" had been Inflicted. Annie told how her hnsband had knocked her down and that Dr. Purcell hl to be called In to d rets the cut. She admitted that they frequently had little domestic spats. William Lancaster said that he had lived in Washington thirty six years, been married eighteen years ami had Mx children, and begged hard to be let off. "If It was not for the siw nf your family I would send you to Jail,-' sM Judge Miller, "but I don't know what they wmiM do If I did. You can piy a fine of -tlOV' llonril of Director At the annual meeting of the United States Klectrlc Llehtlng Company, held yesterday at Harper's Ferry, the fol lowing board of directors were elected for the ensuing year: Seymour W. Tullock. A. W. Hensbaw, A. A. Thomas, Hobert Boyd, C. C. Duncan son. George W. Pearson. Daniel B. Clarke. M. M. Parker, John Paul Jones and Kmmons 8. Smith. The old board was the same, with the exception of the last three named gentlemen, who take the place of Matthew G. Emery (re signed), Samuel Norment and Clarence Normcnt. It is expected that Captain A. A. Thomas will be elected president of the company. t'resldent Hurley Will (live a Incep tion. Cards arc out for the reception to be given by President Gurley of the Y, M. C. A. lo the members of the association next Monday night at his residence, 1101 Sixteenth street northwest, from 8 to 11 o'clock. lOc. THE 8AI.K OP FINS Ribbons NO. 22. 3 INCHES WIDE, ALL SILK, J CAIITON3 Oil 111 riECBS, Will Take Dace TO-DKY, IN OUR EiWbon Department THE I'ltICK WILL 11B 10e. PER YARD 11 1 Is one of (lme bargains wlire tlis uus tomur U ilellehtetl over bar or Ills pnrebase ami ttl)ktiwlltorowdour&ir4rwell known Mtsbllshmint. The Combination, 1 2th and F Sts & SICKLE, PHBST MILWAUKEE BEBIt. BEST On aeeoiutt of Paritr, Ana aad Sisessgisi. MKDE Prosa Um Cfcoscatt iUU at Hes. Etpaetotlr Oooi FOR FAMILY USE. HasesWial for Walk aast Babtlststed H lavlcwatas aad HiV- lax a aonaa taaatosba lanamlag the watw. assa taaeahy WASHIMOTOK HiUXCsI, 703-705 Korlli Capital SI, TnI)iksMi 273. R.S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. MUTJSLH J. Nil JtB&TA yMJ.STH. NEW YORK BUFFET, set momc nmmmt x. w. last aast ysMSSSt MajsMi la tsw ajar, lav tsajsi ftaMt. iXltm It. OHT9UA leaktor . spsUNsiT. wtmimmisi i c. vroy b4 Km HaigsVsjgariw cwiMs um wmtm hmi fMfa' IMWI I T "UpaasaSa'aajsjsjjj CuwawWrt ajX I is.sv. r W" WWslP VI'UXtta . Uasgf r 4J4J&' WAV. 8UIT WHlstsW AJUD FV 4VK U WtMsfisKTAY. ftwriat . KAUFMAN feSSCBKQCB8taXl JESSSS THE POSITIVE CURE. I KLY BnOTUEn8, 66 Warren HOOVER & SNYDER J ISTe-w Store, 1217 Pennsylvania Avenue. SkTVtJ&ww&x 515 Seventh Sheet Northwest, Jewelry Sold on Easy Weekly Or Monthly Payments, Wo are tbe Inrttost Credit Jowolerj In this utjr ami carry n full llnoot liamonds, Watches, Jewelry, OperaGlasses, Silverware, C Awl eTWjIWag fotitd la atsst otass Jewelry Msn, Tbase iwoU a re alt of a Wslk ordar aad ar soU eaovr SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM, aad job kavatfea no( ttMatttcta wbtta pa; tag fur It, as all goods ara dallvarad to psweliaMr oa the rt paynaat. Call aad m us. Oar psleas asa tba LOWHtoT aad tatass tsta EASIBaT. OjmB eveslaji. 15 S H Slid KMtkest. Upstairs. TO THE LADIES. i SHawsioa of Ui Latest AST KKJiSLX VOstK AMI) Hoti omco wtwm Will be opea for ? days, mass waning Js Use osaee of tka Hacer Mamifmitarisw Casaasar. SUatk st. a w. It laflsntas all to saeat faaksaaai uttftad daalaaa. BiaaT .m waia. aa saasfuuaaa qb uux at&calaas. All da 'law tb's baaaUful vnurk are larttad tot wuu'4 tuk muitu wro oompai,y. 1IWH UkU. Aaat. oi-U- t Opwslta IT H Paleat Osaca. BMCt MlaUTBOLA. QOdUUU sUUb aa-B"XjQ"CrK ajMaflateM kaaafafai t aM iasaaaa aiami. WIsL U GA.LT & CO. ocks (Bfou I CERES H atll-ftaP SKfcOlHHKri EArraraiyi, SU New Tork. Wee 50 cts.1 Superior Quality -OF IB II SHOES. FOR CLOTHING, hURHISHINGS AND HATS. CO TO THE Southeast Corner of Ninth and E Streets lloitfiwes', Where everybody boos. It Is tlio Kroatoit barcula corner In nnsblnirton. miCBS TO SUIT KVKHYBODV. Wo can snow yon tor ttio commit season tho predion lino of 7..'0 Gentlemen's Halts ever sltown In i ho I)lttlct, and our $10 Dross Salt Is equal to any IIS salt on 7th strcot. We nlso bare an elegant lino of Boys' Salts, IS to 18 years, from SI to S3. Children's Halts, II as to . in .Men's 1'antaloons wo aro the loaders, as we manufacture every dollar's worth our solves, and therefore can save too lOtmr cent on every dollar Invosted. Wo hnvo the best JO pantaloons In tho world; strletly nil. wool and guaranteed never to rip, and our .W, ;g and UM pants aro boronJ competi tion. Uelow w mention a fow prices of our Hats and t'urnl'hlnff Hoods: Dunlap stylo. sold everywhere forJJ.M, at .Miner's style, M.9S. at JI M. Vou man's latost style, Jt, at St.M. Ask tor our sreclnl 51. Ueruy. FDRNISIIIN'a DKl'AHTMKNT. Itaraalns In Men's Underwear In nil nuall tlm from Xe up. Hreolal lino Full l)rsi t-hlttsatlSaun. Mtk Smlrollret Saspead erf. e. All the latest uoreltlea In Neekwear at , unci & vs. v hen you net ready to purchase any ot the above arllele give us a call. urn and j: ST.S. X. w. H. FRIEDLANDER, Messrs.Lee&Shepard Announce the Publication ol a Library to be Called AAA ss i GOOD COMPANY K SERIES, -k AAA AAA. A This series will be issued in monthly parts and will consist of choice works by some of the "Best American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c. The initial volume of the series Is now ready. Eaek Kumber Will Be Caete to Itself. No, 1 The Blind Men and Ihe Devil. By PsilKKAS. Da gallowaday Ho, 2--ln Tnuti or, Dr. Ber trand's Household. T A3fA"BA M. lststWHiM. He. 3-Tkrei MM Dillars, WaUYJUtQWafl. akittrtfijift Prill, 9 lir Yttr, iwtYwmmi, Single Numbftps, 50 e. Mta6stitastlBM MNttSMal f AM JMOJM?Mfarfiy Mi MOTsHHiaW Wa IW satatf aaiaar anat Bftflsttsaatt Ml WIMifit Of ttBbM LEE & SHEPARP, PUBLISHERS, BO&TOK. Go to the Right Place FOR YOUR CLOTHING. Wtren jon wsnt to btty An OVEnCOAT go to a CLOTHING HOUSE. Don't to store where OvnaU, Dreww, Ohlrm Ware, Toilet Sets ami Patent Sletllelnes are all Jumbled together. It talres time, tboMjsbt ami special attenllon to sell Clotblng to tbe ptiWfe at or BED-ROCK PRICES. Onlv a First class Clothing Hotite wbo makes a jr,rantl S t EC I FCL.TV of the manufacture of Clothln; can do it. Our Clothing Is made right at our own factories, where tbe best skilled cutters ami tailors are em ployed. You pet good Clothing cheap when dealing with us, and our one great specialty Is OVERCOATS. Just now our grand line of $6, $10 and $19 Overcoats are Interesting everyone. We know they are tbe best value In Wash ington and that's the reason we're pushing them to the front. Our $10 and $12 garments are equal to any that merchant tailors charge $20 to $2S for. Made from good, substantial fabrics and lined and trimmed to elve the wearer satisfaction In every sense of the word. The OVEU COATS Wo offer you are strictly tailor-made, from English Kerseys and Meltons and Auburn Meltons, Verumbo Chinchillas, Plain, Blue, Illack and Urown Beavers and Cheviots, Double-warp Cassttneres, Ac. Some are cloth lined and others lined with good farmer satin and satin sleeve lining. Come along nnd take your choice at $10, $12 and $15. Pall right In If you want an Overcoat and buy It direct at headquarters. lsTEV7" YORK PIE CLOTHING HOUSE 311 Seventh St. N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. MCEL ROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, rhofographs enj All Pictures Sfoc'i Ixcep! Allotypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. fractal attention paid to Framing. Residing, Moving aa1 Boxing rietaros and Mirrors. James B. Iiambie, HHRDMHRB, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHINGTON, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILER?. GAS BOILERS, MiKB TBI O31C0FFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summe; use, as the In stant the cooldng Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SALB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' ST YOUE TRMKS AM HAMESS m Hentk bt K W., $1.15 and $1.50. IN iO OB 15 SIHOTB'. BY THE -xv- aext w OtU Puilowi' Htll i KAJr.noADs. Tho Great Pennsylvania Route To the Notth, West and Soathwesn IonM Track Jplsndld Seraer?. f twl mils. Msxnlnceat Sqnlffflfmt. lis Trrtcr Rove-sawi 4. Tratw lare WssMrjjrtrm, from station, ear ner of 81itB and B streets, as follows- Ton PitTSBriro and the west, Cfctcftco Lim ited Kxpress of Pnllman Vestltwl 0r at 10.86 s m dailj ; Past Mnc. 10.90 a m daft; to CWero, colmnbns and 9t. Ixinta, wttn Meepfns; cars from Itartistmr to mdlasi- apona, nttkbnrs:to Cotnmhns: ltoona t nteago. m, Lonis. Chicagn and Cimhitmtt Ixorem. SSDnm dallv. fitrlnr Our Vsfc- ncton to Ifarrlstmr.. anil siaamSm nr uarnsDnrxro m ixmis, cniosco anacu cfnnan. 8M Dtnlnc l"ar llsrrlsbnrr lf St. l.onls, Chteam and Cincinnati, wettetn ESprsH at ;pn daily. Tiith Meeoliw Curs WAhlnaton to Cbtcasro and St. Ivili, rwinectlmr daiw at iiarrisimrg wnfi thnraiti Sleepers for loalstllls ami Mom phis mitman Pin Ins; Car nttsmrrs: to inebmomt and rblcafo PaoHIo Bxprwsa, 19 TO p m dallr, f ir Pltlsbnrr and tbe VeU with Ihronrt S eepet to nttsbnrir ami ntlsbnrsT to Chlcairo. BALTIMOftB AND rOTOMVC RAILTlOAt). Ton Kah, Cnnandalana, Rochester ami Nt aMra Falls dally, except Snndar, 8 Warn Fqn Bwa. Canandalrna nnd Roeheeter dally; for nnffalo and Wajtsra dally, exeeotAt jirtay, 10.00 p m.wrth Sleeping CarWash Innton to hochester. Fo S'I.y-IA,T,?T I'ock naren'amt Slmtra, at 10 no a m dally, except Sunday. Pon WntiAMsroBT dally. ) p m. Ym rmnmirmi, New York and the Bast, ?M, 9.00, 11 00 and It 40 a m, 2.10, S.15, 4 30, 5 40, 1( .00 and I1JS p m. On Santtay. 9.00, 1140 n m. t to, 3 18, 4 90, 10 oo ami UM p m. IJmlted Bxpress of Pallmsn Parlor tJars, with Wnlne car H.ltlmore to New fork, 0.40 a m dally, except gnnriay. p9i.?'l,,J. Toa only, I.lmlted BxpreM with IRmliHJ Car, 5.00 p ra d illy. Fnn 1'HiMnci.rRiA only, Fast Rxprees 8.10 n m week dsjs and 4pm dally. Express, Sunday only. 5.40 p m. F ' Tor Boston without chanse, 8.10 a m week days and 8.15 p m every day. Ton Him klth, N. T., all thnmgh trains eon neet at Jersey City with boats nf Brooklyn Annex n(Torllrt direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding don ole ferriage across New York City For Art isticCjtt, 11.40 a m week-dayj, lt,00 pm dailr. Fnn Baitimore,6S5,T.S0,R 10,0 00,9.43,100, 1010. 11 (Hand 11. 10 am, UOS.a.lO.S 13.3.9J. 4 60, 4.S0. 4.S0. 5.W, 5 40. 6.00, 7.40, 10 00 ami ll.Wpm. On Sunday 900. 005, Mso.ll 40 a tn, 4 10, 3 15, 3 SO, 4 tO, 4 W, 5.00, 5.40, S 00, 7 40. 10.00 and II 80 pm. ' Fon Pora's CnaiK l.isr.. T.JOa m and 4,33 m dally, exeept Sunday. Fon Anhatoui.TW and 9 0) am, 1105 ait 4.W p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays 9.00 a m and 4 SO. WASHINGTON SOUTHKItN RAtMVAT In ErrrcT NorsMnan 4nt, 1990. Fon Alexandria. 4 30. 035, 7.4V 8 10, 9.. 10.57 am, 1 1 noon.iW, 3.30, 1.W, 4.51, 5), R.0(,10i5nn(i 11.39 p m. On Sunday at 410, 7 45, 9. 15, IP a m, X, 0 01, 8.0 and 10.03 pm. AtrnMMnrATin!) for Qimntleo, 7.15 a m nnd 4.55 n in weekdays. 7 45a m Sundays. Fon ldtiivnnn and the Sonth, 4.30 and 10.35 'a m dally. Accommodation 4 35 p m weekdays. ' TnJ.'"!..,"1T?.Alexan',rlft for Washlnton. 005,7(5. B.CO.0.10,10 15.11 07.nms 1.90 T 00 .rso. 5.10, o.or, 7.i5, 0 up, 10.37 and 11 03 p m On etiuday at 9 10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5.10. 7 OS. 7.99, 0 K and 10J; p m ' Tickets and Information at tho offleo, north east .corner of Thlrteenthstreet and Pennsyl vania avenue, and at tho station, whero orders can lie left for tho clieekloi; of bait Rfliro to dettlna.lon from hotels and resi dences. cuah. k. runir. .1. n. wood. (Icncral .Manager. Hen Pass. Agent. Mainmort) nnd Ohio Kailroad. Schcdnle In effect Jono 10, 1900. Leave Washington from station comer of rew Jersey avenuo and U streot. Fon CntcAoo and Northwest, Vestlbulod limited oxpresa dally 11.30 a m, oxpress 050pm. Fon CisciMNATt. St. Louts nnd Indianapolis exiiree. daily 3.50 aiid 11.30 p ra. Fonl'iTTJBURH and Cleveland, express dill a 30 am nnd 8.10 p.m. Fur LixinuTONand points In tho Shenandoah Valley, 11.U) a m. For A inchktih and way stations. ttJO p m. Poh Lvrat, tJ0 and 8.t0 pm. For IIaltimork, week days, 4 00, 3 00, 8,SJ. 7A0 70 .8. 45-mlnutes), MoToje, (tiu, lt.OO 43-mlnutes) a.m , K.10..MJ (.10 4V mlnute.). 0.15. 45-mlnaies), 3.9H, 4.'J0, 4 JO, 4JD 1.10, 45-mlnntes) 5.30 0.O0, 6.15, 0.90, 7 10. 70, 8.3, 9(0. 10 30 and JIJ0 p.m. hundays, 4(5, 7.90, 7.30, 8J0, 9.30 a ra. (IU.IO, 45 minutes) 1.00. 9.15, (tM, sVraln Utes) 3.9 4.9P, 4 3. (1.50, 43 minutes) 0.00. 6.13, 0.90, 7 SO, 8.3ft, 10.3i , 11.30 p ra. Fon Wat Stations between Wasblnctoa and Baltimore, 5(0, I..35, 8.30 am., IJ.10.3.98, 4 w, C90. 11.30pm. Uundays,8.i)am., 1.00, 3 18, 4.3. 8.90. 11.30 p m. ' ' Trains uuve lULTixoaK for Washtnirton. week days, B.CO, 0.90, 6.30,7.15. 7. JO, 8.00, JJ0. 8.'9.30 and 10J0. l5.33 a m.s W.00, WJO. 9 10. , 9 50, I 00, 4.18, 4.00. 8 00. 8.30,' 7.00, 710, 8.90. 8 SO, .0O. 10.10, 10J0 and I Ijoi p m. Sundays, 6 30. 7 15. 8 30. 8 JS. 9.39. 10,'JO, 10016am., 1900. 1.06.9 10,930,4.15, 80, 6J, 7.00. 7 30, ., 80, io 10, 10JM and 1 1.0d n m! Fob Ankai'OUs. 6.36 and 8.30 a in., K.lOanJ 4 30 p tn. Sunday.. 8 30 a m., 4M p m. Leave Annapolis, 0.35, 8.37 a ra.. it.03.8J Im. Sundays, 8J0 a m., 3.53 p ra. For Stations on the Metropolitan Branch, tf.39.tt.SQ a Ifl.. 1. 15 n ta. P.u- nrirnlnif tf.B.K . . : - --v -T . - o. rm" .....iv.-. i- ..v."r "',; r".7JT? iuiiwu vmji Tiv.tu a i.,tue and tSJO pm. For Kocktille and Way Stations. tlJW p m. For (UiTHiawL-Ha and Intermediate points, t.o,ieeo. n)a .. ti.oo, tt.oor'3. 4.4,i),tl.Opm. For Boyd's and Intermediate sUtlocs, TOO pm. Church train leaves Washlavtoa oa Suada Htl n i m.. stopplnic at all sUWooj oa Metropolitan Brandt. For Fbeiiihick. t 30. 8.30, J9.J0 tll.Wam.. Il.lt, t 30, t4.80 p m. For 1Usstowx. tW 40 a ra. and t J.30 p m. TRAiN.ARRiElrom Chleaffo dally 11.14 am and 4.10 p ta; from ClBelnaatl and St. LouU daliy 3. to a ra aad 9.05 p mj f rem PltUtHiri; 7.10 a ra. S.W p m dally. NSW YORK 4 PHILADELPHIA DIVISION. Fur New ore. Trenton. Xiewark, N. J., aad Kliaabelli. N. J , 1 06. TS.00, WM, 'liJM am. 1.K, UM and WJ0 p to. Buffet Itirlor Car. oa alt day tralu. Steeplsj Oar on the 10 JO p m, opea at 'JM p ra. Fm Philausu-uia, ! e, ts.00. 'iB.W, 1.00 boor. 1.50, .W, M5 and WJ0 p ra. For EWARK, Del , WllaUotftoa and OlMster, l.at, tsDO am, JSOO uooa, J0, M.J0, .1 aad W 30 pm. For isikmmuuate foints between BalUatore aad PUIadWpbia, tt-00 aad 17 90 a ra, t.W, l.99pra. 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