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Tine TTAflmNOTOV rPJTTf TUESDAY EYEtfltfO. JAHUAHY 28, 1890.
HE MADE NO PROMISES.
CONGHESSMAN LEHLBACH DENIES
THE CHANGES AGAINST HIM.
It U Claimed Thill llo Sold Hit I'rU
llrco or Sidritlnc tlio I'o-itiiuistur lit
J.'mt Oriuigc, N. .1., tn u Lending tto.
I nst Rumiuy llio New York Time
published a long article, giving n cir
cumstantial account of 11 spill nniong
thr Itcpublirnns of Knst Oritngo over
(lie tioslolHcc. Tlio olllcc is one of tho
M'cnnil clous, llio salary icndilng thu
linnthoinc ligutc of $J,000 per nunuiii.
Tlio ptcscnt incumbent U a young lady,
bv name Miss Mary K. Simoiisoti, who
was cillelcut us an olllclal untl ngtccalilu
to the public to do business with.
I utlcr her control the salary of tlio
cilice had gone tip from $1,000 to its
present fat figure. The fact that Jvast
Orange Is really but a suburb of Now
York City and It3 population is ehielly
made up of rich and well-to-do Qotbaui
lies of aristocratic tendencies lends n
iiieliopolllan halo and huporlnnec to tho
contest. So soon as It was definitely
known that Harrison and Morion hail
Avon llio day, though IS'ew Jersey had
no part in the victory, lvcpublicans am
bitious lit serve their country by selling
pnMayo stamps were very numerous In
th6 pretty precincts of Kast Orange.
However tho commission of the fair
postmistress did not expire until the Oth
day of February next. It was a race of
ctidttranco rather than of speed. It
nutrowed down at last to three men
Stephen U. Long, n fot titer postmaster;
i:. K Mills and William 11. Ihtldwin.
At tho lastmomont Mr. Long withdrew.
'1 he oxccut.ro committee then decided
l-vone majority In favor of Mr. Haiti
tin, who wa3 tlio candidate favored by
Mr Henry A. Potter n, member of tho
comtnittco and u very active ltcpubllcau,
well krjowiHhrouguout the State.
'THE "TIMES'" CltAUUE.
The New York Timct.in the article
lefprrctl to, charges that"
"when Congressman Lchlbacb wai a
candidate for another term, in 1888, ho
had frankly stated that ho was not
financially able to enter upon another
canvass, although hodcslrcd very much
to do so. An arrangement was patched
tip among tho prominent Republicans
ot Essex County by which a sufllcicut
mint of money was subscribed, and Mr.
Lchlbacb was assured of another term.
One of tho contributions to this fund,
amounting to $500, canto from Henry
A. Potter and ho it was who by
special agreement with Mr. Lchlbac'h
was to have tho naming of tho postmas
ter. Reduced to haul facts, lie had
puicliascd tho privilege and it was his."
WHAT CONOKHSSJIAN LEHLHACIt HAYS.
"When The Critio representative
iit-luil Congressman Herman Lehlhach
rthcBixth New .Tcrsoy District, of
w bieh East Orange forms a part, that
gentleman had not lead tho Timet,
Hint publication evidently not forming
it part of his dally mental pnbtilum. He
took the clipping and road It through
carefully and then pronounced It, so
fur as Air. Potter's buying the privilege
of naming the postmaster of East
Orftngc, to be false. Air. Lchlbacb ,
whoischaitman of the Civil Service
"I did not want to be a candidate for
Congress at the last election, but the
Ucnubl icons insisted on my running. I
did not spend any money to secure
my election, for I do not believe in that
kind of polities. Air. Potter may havo
cmttibuted $500 to tho committee's
campaign fund, but 1 have no personal
kuowlidge of that fact, or indeed,
whether ho contributed anything. I
havo made no recommendation for the
East Orange postoflicc nor any promise
in regard to it, excepting ulono that I
told the East Orange committee that if
they would decide unanimously on a
.suitable person I would recommend
bint. All tho gentlemen named as
candidates arc promlnont citlens of
East Orange and good Hcpublicans."
"Have there been many changes in
the postofllccs of your district?"
"Not many. I have only recom
mended two, and In each case it was
not until after tho expiration of tho
term of the Democratic incumbent.
Two changes for cause havo been mado
by tho Postoflicc Department, ono at
Newark, my home, which was really
against my Judgment."
"What do you think of tho present
way of appointing postmasters?"
"I do not like it. I bcllevo It would
bo fairer and better to let the people
elect their postmasters. That would
Jake the matter out of national politics.
They could be as much under the con
trol of the Postofllco Dcpattracnt then
as they arc now. I approximate that
byslcm by endeavoring to recommend
tho person whom the people seem to
want. Thus, when tho Alontclair of
ilco was to bo filled, I recommended
the candidate whom I thought cauto
nearest to soiling the majority of tho
people, and who would make an ac
ceptable and efficient ofliccr. Ecforo
tho appointment was made, however,
n delegation of Alontclair citizens who
disaereed with me called on mo hero
and asked mo to withdraw my recom
mendation in favor of their man, I told
them I couldn't do that, tut I
would go with them to tho Post
oflicc Department and Introduce
them to the Postmaster-General, to
whom they could state their claims.
They Brrccd to this. In making them
and their errand known, I assured tho
J'ostmastcr-Gencral that theso gcntlo
men did not agree with mo about tho
Alontclair office; that I wished him to
givo them a hearing, and that, If he
thought It best to appoint their man, It
would bo all right with mo and would
Hive rise to no hard feeling on my part.
Air. Wanatnaker said that hardly
another Congressman would say that.
In tho East Orange caso I will make no
recommendation until AIis3 BImonson's
term expires next month. Air. Potter
is an active Republican, who no doubt
contributed to the campaign fund, but
lie has purchased no postofllco from
inc. It tho contmittco unanimously
iccomntcnds tho gentleman ho favors,
I shall join in it. If thoy recommend
heme ono else, I shall join in that. I
nm. not a factlonlst."
FIGHTING FOR SILVER.
What the League ISxucatlvn Commit
tee la Preparing to Do,
"Clandestine legislation was resorted
to with n viow to encompassing tho
downfall of silver," said Hon. Adonl
tam J. "Warner of Ohio to a representa
tive of The Ciiitic this nftornoon,
"and not one peton in a million know
what Congress was driving at whou tho
colpago or silver was limited. Now,
wo propose to muko tills mattor an is
suo of paramount Importance boforo
Congress and especially as tho tlmo
hcems propitious for such an agitation.
Talks with somo of tho most pro
nounced monomctallista held since our
convention at St. Louis last No
vember show that they aro In
clined to u moro lenient construc
tion of the laws regarding silver and
especially Jn viow of the recent action
Dy England relative to Issuing silver
notes. At tho St. Louis Convention n
national committee was appointed, con
sisting of ono person from each State,
011(1 tlio comuilttco In turn choso an ex
n ullvc ( "ininiltre, who will be In kcs
slon in Washington for several day.
Our plans, generally stated, arc to
frame a memorial to Congicaa urging
the tcsloiullon of Mlvcr to its ptopcr
position in tho lulcrwl of triulo; to pre
pate n petition for circulation through
out tho eotinliy, and probably make
iiTrnmjcmciili for holding another Nu
I Intuit contention at nn eaily day."
I In the petition to Congress It will be
set foilh dint, believing that llio dc
1 monillzitlloii of silver, by which tlio
. money stnndiud of the country was
changed from cold and silver, ns estab
lished by die Constitution, lo gold
I alone, wns nn act uncalled for by the
I people, ami one which has worked
gicatwmngto (ho producing iind In
1 diisi rial Inlei est or the country by re
' Miletlng money supply and Increasing
I tho value of gold, thus forcing dowii
I prices of nil commodities to tho dctri
: nietit of thogteat body of the people,
"do lespcctltilly petition your honor-
ablo bodies to provide, at this session
i of Congiess, for Ihoicstoralloit ot silver
I to lis constitutional place an a money
metal, with the same tights of colnnsu
ami legal lender as accorded to gold
mid ns existed ftoiu llio foundation of
die Government down to 18711, when
the unfortunate act of demoncli.alion
'i'licrc aro now in tlio city Chairman
A. T. Winner, Viec-Clinlriunn Thomas
Filch, Treasurer George H. Williams,
Secretary Lee Crandall, L. AI. llamsoy
and Frank AI. Pixloy of tho executive
committee and tho remainder arc ex
pected to arrive this evening or to
inonow morning. Pallors have been
sccuicd at Willard's, where tho com
mittee will probably hold two sessions
dally, uf let noon ami evening.
Hi! 'Wanted u Drink Iliully.
A couplcof months ago William liar
lisou was paid his salary and went on it
protracted spree. Ho soon got rid of
his money, and after tho saloons of tho
city had closed ho walked about look
ing through the windows, slopping now
and then lo look loncingly at, tho long
rows of bottles inside, lie wandered
back to tho saloon wliere ho had spent
most of his money. Ho tried the front
door and found It closed. IJnt he knew
the building well, and went around in
tho alley and entered it by the back
door. Ho didn't go to "tlio money
drawer, but supplied himself with
whisky and put a buudlo of cigarettes
in his pocket.
This morning In tho Criminal Court
he admitted iilithls, and pleaded guilty
to the charge of housebreaking. The
District Attorney said he had no desire
to prosecute, and suggested that the
case bo dismissed. Chief Justice Hing
linin doubted that he had the power lo
dismiss the case without trial, and said
that tho better plan would bo to enter a
nolle prosequi. The matter will bo de
cided on Saturday.
A Xlcht'H Work Bt tlio Obsorvutory."
The last of tho scries of Georgetown
University public lectures will bo delivered
on Wednesday evening next In Gaston Me
morial Hall of Georgetown College. It will
he entitled "A Night's Work ot tho Obsor
tntory," and will bo by Rev. John O.IIagen,
H. .'., who made his studies at the Jesuit
College ot Foldklrch, Austria, ouo of tho
driest schools ot tho Jesuits, and studied
mathematics and astronomy at tho Unl
varsities of Donu and Minister. At ltonn
lie studied under tho direction ot tho famous
pbjslclst, Clauslus, and was taught mathe
matics by Professor Ilclss. Father Ilagcn
is known In scientific circles as the author
ot a series of observations on "Suspected
Variables," published In tho "Harvard Ob
servatory Annals." Ills "Observations on
Known Variables," a work upon which ho
Is engaged at present at tho Georgetown
CulTcrsity,wlll bo furnished in n forthcom
ing volume ot tho Baino series, when a satis
factory method of reduction has been deter
mined upon. A few years ogo Father llaejcn,
In connection with Director lloldcn ot the
J.Iek Observatory, published the results of
the Investigation of tho Italian astronomer,
Tacchlnl, on Southern stars, reduced to
1E55.0. Tho lecturo will ho ot tho gicatcst
Ilia l'otomac Woman's Itulfcf Corp.
Tho regular semi-monthly mooting o tho
l'otomac Woman's ltellef Corps, auxiliary
to tho G. A. R. department, was largely at
tended last evening. A largo number of
applications for membership wcro received
and four new members elected. Tho now
vice-president, Mrs. Frances Burger, Con
ductor Mrs. Mary M. l'algo, and her assist
ant, Mrs. Slary Eldridge, wcro installed by
Past Department Commaudcr J. II. Ilurkc.
Tho annual report of tho exccutlvo com
mittee showed that $'J,500 had been ralsod
by tho corps ia tho past year. During tho
year $1,250 was contributed voluntarily for
such expenses as wcro not strictly neces
sary or for relief purposes. Among theso
wcro a floral saddle sent to tho tomb of
General Sheridan; a hospital tent prcscntod
to Mrs. Clara Barton; $5,G00 in money and
3,500 in clothes wcro sent to tho Johns
town sufferers. Over $250 was cleared at
tho "Throne of Fame" entertainment,
given Jauuary 21. Tho thanks of tho corps
aro tendered to tho talent who so generously
contributed their services, and to tho bust
nets men and comrades for services ren
dered. When everything else fills, Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Kemedy euros. CO cents, by drug
cists. "0 40' or fight." Sco "War" Robert
son's advertisement In The Susdiv Cav
yP8M Too Fast
become listless, fratful, without oner
Ey, thin and wea'x. But you cin for
tify them and build them up, by the
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND
Of llmo nuil Soilu.
Thoy will take it readily, for it Is al
most as palatable as milk. And it
should be remembered that AS A l'ltE.
YENTIVE OR CURE OFCOl'GnS OR COLDS,
IN BOTH THE OLD AND YOUriO, IT IS
UNEQUALUD. Avoid nibstUuUont off trta.
All it j m pain
HciiIm tlio sold
BciiNc of Tint.
Try the Cure
A partlolo Is applied Into each nostril and Is
asrrcablij. Prlco.W cenis.at llruu.lsts by
pull, renlstcred, CO rents KI.V UKOTlIUIt,
W Warren st Now York. '
UAkts mill num. Oultklr n-mor tWaroirViXsUalp
Obeosea. lull HOT 81 4IM 4 MM. litis. KUIIIIIltPII
ttuun iorriiiu.iui.mt .d umuuutv, unto iuik.
Kold tr til IHtl.ri la TelUl OaoJ. w m&ill frt rar floe, br
fcmtdaattwrplr Ca, u-ao HnMHnri NcnVttk
Arrival or Spring (lootla lit Uliirk .V
Tut: CniTtr man.lnrnaklnulili roundu this
rrornlnp.droppodln llio dry Kood ostnblMi
tnent of Messrs. Clark A (;o 811 Market
Spneennd l'ennylvanla ntonno norlhwost,
and wns shown a bountiful now stock of
srrltiffilroM tcxlure.nmniiB wlih'li Bpoclul
mention rnlsht bo inndo of a nownnd lovely
lino "fenMimcio ombrci nt 37 cents some
thins now and deslrnblo. Also n suporb
stock ot frotcb irphyr Rlwrliams nt S3 cents.
'iliesi'Koodsinnst fioicen to bo appreciated,
'fliey have many other new fads In drrfioorti
jtlilcli mt-ntlon might bo made, but spaco for
bids. LndlcH v,lll lltul lust what thoy wish at
thin excellent dry Roods oilnblljlimont. lit
slrnblo Roods, uniform pilcoi and e mrtcom
treatment Is their stnudnrd motto In busl
ios. liny Your Mnrcluintllic nt Home.
ThcrolsnoRoodor .lntl(lablo tcason why
nuy onorelttlii(j In this oily should co to
itwYotk tomako their purchases. It von
need miythltur In tlio furnlttiro lino, uplul
ftoty, dcccintlons, .to, Rodlroet to Hough
ton A; Co ' representative ostnbtlslimcnt, nt
1218 and lwo if stioet nottliwoit, nnd thcro
you will llnd exactly tlio samo clns or ko ids
t tut w 111 bo rliown you In Now York, and nt
tlio xnnia inlce, nnd thereby sno time,
money nnd vexation of spirit, nnd at tho
samo tlmo nlstlnc to biilltl up ono of the
Iiandomc9ti'llto4ln tlio world.
Itmldcn's Itcprcsontntlro tiutiilliiiiint
This reliable Instnllmeiitcilabllsltnient, nt
100 and IBS Seventh street, hai n eompleto
stock of nil kinds of mcrehnndlso that Is re
(Itilred to furnish n woll-rociilatod household
nt cash prices on tho Installment plan, uml
dictate your own tonnq,
l"or Wiialilngton Drcsicd Iteor
Roto.Tolmlt. Kolly.stnllsCJS.CilandC-'M Cen
tre Market, nnd SOU and coajioithcrn Liberty.
Corned beef n specialty.
tVnslilncton Itiilldcrs Aliroail.
At tho fourth annual convention of the
National llullders' Association, which mot
at St. Fan), Minn., yesterday, tho llullders'
Kxchango of this city was represented by
Messrs. F. W. Filling, Thomas J. King,
Joseph Funning, KdwnulJ. Ilannau, Henry
A. Jones, I). ,1. Macartv, Charles Andrews,
Harry M. Schneider, John W. (Jnrr, H. F.
Hcllz, Charles 1). Collins, Morcan Thomas,
John R. Galloway and Henry A. Jones.
IS Nnturo's effort to expel foreign sub
stances from tlio bronchial passages.
Frequently, this causes inflammation
and Hio need of nn anodyne No other
expectorant or nnoilyno 13 equal to
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. It assists
Nature in ejecting tho mucus, allays
Irritation, induces repose, ami is tho
most popular of nil cough cures.
"Of tho many preparations before tlio
Eulilic for tho euro of colds, coughs,
ronchltis, and kindred diseases, thcro
is none, within tho rnngo of my experi
ence, so reliable ns Aycr's Cherry Pec
toral. For years I was fjubject to colds,
followed by teriiblo coughs. About four
years ago, when so afflicted, I was ad
vised to try Aycr's Cherry Fcctoral anil
to lay all other loincdies aside. I did
so, and within a week wns well of my
cold and cough. Since then I havo
always kept this preparation In tlio
house, and feel compaiatlvely secuio."
Sirs. L. h. Biown, Denmark, Miss.
"A few years ago I took a sevcro cold
which affected my lungs. I had a ter
rible cough, and passed night after
night without sleop. Tho doctors gavo
mo up. I tried Ayoi's Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved my lungs, Induced sleep,
and afforded the rest necessary for tho
recovery of ray strength. By tho con
tinual ttso of tho Pectoral, n permanent
euro was effected." Iloraco Fuirbrothcr,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by all Druggists. Trlco?!; lx bottles, $5.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP,
Cor. 11th and F sts. .northwest.
This is the last week of
our Stock-taking Sale. We
take inventory Friday night.
We shall make it a memora
ble week by the offering of
the greatest bargains of the
year. An absolute clearing
out of all Winter Goods
short lengths, odd sizes,
broken lines, small lots,
A great many of the lots
pieviously advertised will
not hold out long many
have already been closed
out. Judicious buyers
should visit the store early
and often, as many bargain,
lots are too smalll to adver
tise and are usually sold in
a day. Remnants will be
displayed all the week.
Cor. lift and F Sts. I W.
AtiolMiInc l'crsmiiil UomK
The etiMoiii or Inking personal bonds
in the Polleo Court is nbout la fall Into
disuse. "They tlon't scent to mean
anything." said Judge Miller this
morning, 'and hereafter 3lr. Harper,
you will nut ttso them on your indriiin
llons. A lino will bo put ngnitst such
people nnd suspended during good be
havior. Tills will bo belter."
"What do 'pcronnl bonds' mean?"
asked Tun dniTir reporter of Prose
cuting Attorney Dttniont.
"Out in West Virginia, when a man
fees a rattlcinake," liu answered, ','nnd
hasn't got n good clinnco to kill him
they tnko his poisoual bonds and let
him go about his business."
Itpnl IXnto In tlio North onst.
"AVhllc people hnvo been tnlklug of
ical estate in tlio noitltwcstcrri part of
tho city," said .Mr. .lames It. "Wnugli,
the real cslnto man ycstoidny, "we
have not been idle In tho notlh
enstern section, nnd tho lcsults have
been of tho most eucouinglng descrip
tion. During tlio past year more limn
a thousand building sites wcro disposed
of nt Charlton mid Central Iloighls,
and tho prospects aro equally Haltering
for tho present season. More than ono
bundled dwelling-houses will bo erected
nt theso subdivisions of tlio District,
and the growth of tlio northeast will
keep pace with its strongest competitor
on tho other side of the map."
Htainpetlo Ciumi'il by a Ituiinway.
A horso attached to a light buggy ran
away rrom In front of tho Kendall building
on T.ouldnun nventio this morning. Ho
galloped down tho Avenue past Polleo
Headquarters, tho front wheel smashing
Itself against tlio Iron railings of tho stair
way and tearing them from their fasten
ings. Tho bimgy wns overturned and
smashed to fragments. Tho horso was tho
properly of John T. Crowley of 11137 L
sticct. Ho was slightly Injured.
Who would bo without Salvation Oil, tho
great pain-annlutlalor, when It costs but
We chargo you nothing for tho advice,
but urgo jou to buy Dr. llull's Cough
Ailitrtttementtunilir thlt head, four tint) or
tsi, 25 cenlt for cne insertion; 60 cents fox three.
'DTANLKY INTfltlcX" "COMPM3TB
j book, ready to-day. Agents wanted,
malo or fomnlo; no experience necessary:
good terms. It. A. DINSMOltE, alQ F st n w.
WANTED-11Y A GOOD COI.OUCD Ti VUN
diess, washinc and Irnnlnato do at
home; references given. Apply 181!) N II ay.
WANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOIt OEN
cral housework in a small family,
man, wlfo and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tlio rlslit party a pleasant homo
nnd good wages assured. Apply nt No. 1003
O st n w.
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
draughtsman and two tlrst-olnss ma
cblnlsts. CUTTEK8AW CO.. this oflleo.
WANTED-A WHITE COACHMAN WHO
understands all about horses and can
glyo good reforcnecs. Addross S. II., caro of
this ofilco, giving namo and wages wanted.
AGENTS WANTED NEW AND WON
derfel Dook In both English and Ger
man. ltocnt Explorations and Adventures
of Stanley In tho Wilds of Africa. Thrilling
accounts of his Journey across tlio Dark Con
tinent. Over 200 fine onuraving. A bonjnra
forngonts. Send CO cts for outllt. areolars
free BORLAND & CO., 101 Stato St., Chi
AGENTS WANTED THE DENVER
Stato Lottery Company want ngents.
Tickets ro cts. Address A. O. ROSS & CO.,
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr falrc, for literary
work. Largo salary. Wrlto London & Hurt
ford 1'ub. Co., N. Y.
ONE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, ono who
bus an acquaintance among Washington
canvassers, to tako cxelnslvo control of tlio
f alo of "A Library of American Llteraturo"
In Washington. This is ono of tho most
Balablo Torks now on tho market. Nino of
Its eleven largo octavo volumes arc now out.
This is a grand opportunity for a first-olass
man nrdwearo prepared to makosuch a
ono a very liberal offer. CIIAS. L. WEB
BTEIt & CO., 3 East litll St.. N. Y. city.
Advertteemtnts vnaer Ml heact,Jmr llntsor
lets, 23 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
W" ANTED-ByXsEAMSTRKSJ. SEWING
by the day at homo; willing to assist
with other work; 50 cents a day. E. E. R.,
V"ANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN, A
place to do cooking and cencrat house-
workjieforcnces furnished. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER, 152512th st n W.
STANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE COL
ored girl, a place as chambermaid or to
Ight housework. Ko washing or Ironing.
1COI 10th st n w.
WANTED-BY A LADY OF EXPERI
ence, situation as governess or copyist.
References exchanged. Address Miss A caro
postmaster inircellvllle, Loudoun County. Va.
WANTED-DY COMPETENT TEACTER
of muslo and German, position of visit
ing governess, or prlvato pupils. Apply 1118
ICth st n w.
WA.NTJEV11 0 USES.
irANTED-TO PURCHASE AGOOD
V bouse, with 7 or 8 rs, with all mod imps,
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J. J. F., Board of Review, Buroau
WANTED-A FURNISHED HOUSE AT
nominal rent or fnrnUhod rooms for
light housekeeping by man and wife; no chll
dren Address 2102 14th st n w
WANTED-TO RENT-A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of 0 or 10 room3, mod imps,
between K and K and 12th and 17th sts n w.
Address Il this office, stating terms.
ucsiro to rent ono largo or two com
municating veil-furnished rooms with hoard;
lor permanent occupancy: In northwest part
or city, within twenty minntos' walk of
Treasury building. Address, giving location
nnd terms, which must bo reasonable. PER
?.'ANEHT.71114thst. WJLSTF.laiISO KltLJLNVO US.
Advertisements under thlt head, four lints or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for tltree.
WM. F11IEDERICK, Manufacturing
Jeweler. COS 7th fct n w.opposlto U. 8. Patont
Office; tine clock and watch repairing a
QQAA TO $500 WANTED FROM 0 TO 1H
WUUU months; satisfactory reference
git en that tho loaner will recolvo doublo tho
t-nunt loaned. Address II. R., this Office.
GENTLEMAN WOULD LIKE TO RENT
tho usoof a piano or organ for a short
tlmo to practice an hour eaob ovontng; In-
etiurnent not to bo removed. AddroisA.,
care this oflleo.
7ANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, LARGE
V i o? small lots of high value Newspaper,
Department or other rare Stamps; also col
lections of Fostago Stamps. Call or address
BFltOKR & CO.. 59 Nassau st. Now York.
Advertisements tinder this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
Jj FhelTlng, now In No. 712 7th st n w; must
to sold at onco. Apply fcSIetn w.
1,-OH SALE-A CHOICE LOT OP FINE
V Christmas treus and evergreens Just re
ceived from the Sugar Island Nurory. Ever
greens sold by tho yard. Call at II. T,
ltbll'S, No. 820 12th st n w.
17011 SALE-EIOnT HORSES FROM FAU
JU quler, Va.j among thorn ono pair woll
matched bay marcs, 0 yeals old; ono stallion,
1 om Llghtfoot; goes all gaits: several ttno
Ingle Olivers and two cheap horxod. Apply
at pltvnto stablo. rear 1012 14th st n w.
FOR 8ALE-S75-BI,ECIAL STAR, 51-INCn,
silent rachet, 1 nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s o.
OR SALE-BLODOETT ESTATE.
An heir owning ono-slxtoenth of tho Above
vstato ts desirous of dlsposlngof their Inturost
(or caBh. Other Interests ran bo purohasod
If debtred. Address WEST, offlco of this
FOR SALB-75 SHARES OF THE 'JUD
son l'uoumntio Hallway Stook.'' I'loasp
uildrch.1 A, at this oflice. and make a cash
770R bALE-0 PKU CENT. BONO'; OF
I good coriioratlon at 6 per cent. .1 KD
UliD MOIII.KR, l't E llalto st, Baltimore.
Nervousi Olllous or Congestive Forms,
L. R. BROWN, M. D.,
23 Wct Jersey st.,
V.iAZxnT.rit, N.J., Juno i, 1SS0.
This Is lo corlity that I havo usod for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for Ileadacho, known as
Brlggs' Ileadacho Troches. Tho romody
cures moro hcadochos, cspoclally such ns af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and 11 this certificate wilt
bo tho means of bringing It to tho fnvorablo
attention of sufferers from that trouble, I
shall feel that I havo dono thorn a service
e L. It. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or Font by Mall on Ro
eclpt of Prlco.
BRIGGS MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH, N. J.
Adrertlsements under thlt head, four lines or
less, 25 cents fot one Insertion; 60 cents for three.
OR SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. BROOM
framo hnnsn. tnst finishing lirdrnnt. In
yard; lot 10x115; unug homo: prlco, $900. An-
uriuiiuiuni o. iuu.uao, Jioom rso..',uia
EORSALE-I HAVE JUST COMPLETED
building 1815 nth st n w, and offor ltfor
salo nt a fair prlco and on very easy terms.
It contains a flrBt-class storo and collar, 22
by 72 feet, with n dwelling abovo consisting
of 9 rooms, bath and pantry; elosots in all
avallablo places: storo and dwolllng can bo
used to rommunlcato or entirely scparatoi
all modern conveniences. For prlco and
terms apply to GEO. W. COCHRAN, 1113 Pa
TTtOU PALE-NEW CORNER noUSE;
JJ monthly payments; 8 rooms, bath, col
lar, modem Improvements: near Printing,
Pension and Capitol buildings, 2d at n o,
$4,500. Also dwelling, $3,700. OWNER, 513
0th st n w. j
I7IOR SALE FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 25
: foot alloy, bet Oth and 10th and a and n
stss w; 7 rooms: ballon both floors; elosots
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per emit invest
ment; lot 341 feet front by 02 deep. 49 foot
from Oth st. Apply within.
I?OR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
. houses in Washington, 100, 103 and 110
11th st n e; two-story nnd bnsomont, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; olectrlo
bells and gas: prlco, $3,500 each, $500 cash
balance to suit or trado for good lots.
OR SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
ncr house: 7 rooms: huTulRnmnlp m.
percd; 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth tv
coo. Will soil at n sacrifice or ront low.
OWNER, Room 20. 610 F st a w.
if Olt HElTTliaUSISb,
Adrertlsements tinder this head, four lines or
lets, 25 cents for one inset tton; 50 cents for thru.
l7ClRInvonw.l7rs 8200 00
1011 Conn avc, 15 rs 200 00
1413 Moss avc, 17 rs and stable 200 00
HllKbtn w. 13is 200 00
Mass ave. nr 18th, 17 rs 173 00
luoicthstnw.nrs 125 00
1223 M st n w. 15 rs 123 00
14(9 Mass avc. 15 rs 123 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
14f0 chapln tt n w, 13 rs... 100 00
1742 P st n w, 12 rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln st n W. 12 rs 73 00
ir.4221st stn w. 10 rs 70 00
914 12th st n w. 10 rs 09 00
130121ststn w.8 rs 50 00
1218 11th st n w. lOrs 50 00
Pst, near 21st, 7 rs 50 00
ldOCorcon stn w, 9rs 4? 50
2I32G stn W.10 rs 40 00
3073 M st n w, and storo, 9 rs 40 00
434N.Tnvos c, 10 rs 40 00
1439 Stoughton st, B rs 83 00
C9GGQstnw,2rs 33 33
1419 8 stn w, Ors ; 30 00
MCstnw. 10 rs 30 00
1431 Pierce Placo 11 w, 0 r , 20 00
2C3 1st st s w, 0 rs 13 00
viSlststs w, 0 rs 15 00
2101ststsw,7rs 15 00
Tho nbovo bouses can bo oxamlned by per
mit from our oflleo only.
THOMAS J. FISnER & CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
11117 15th st n w. 13 rs, fur $150 00
1202 N Bt n w, 12 rs, fur 150 00
1C04 II st n w, lOrs, fur 100 00
1387 N st n w, 18 rs 00 00
732 21st stnw, 14 rs 43 00
814 lststnw, lOrs 40 00
511 .Spruce st 40 00
13C4TBtn w, 8 rs 40 00
1013 T stn w. Ors 30 50
TICfltli st n e.Ora 23 CO
1819 8th stnw, 5 rs and stablo IS 50
CDAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 11 th and GBts. n. w.
IJtOR HENT-THE CABIN AND LODGE; 7
; rooms; partly furnished; Meridian Hill,
vest sldo ICth st extended, Just abovo tho
Boundary; threo blocks from herdlcs and
cars; for small family; 812. Apply on prem
ises; JTOR ItENT-TWO BRAND,NEW SIX
! room framo houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo school in
Cnloutown. Inqnlro of A.BEUREND.4331I
ff-l C ST SE.FORRENT-A7-ROOM BRICK
OX houso, with mod. Imp., and coal vault
under tho pavement: convenient to tho Capl
tol; 25 per month.
I?OR RENT TWO SIX-nOOM BRICK
houses, 210 and 210 B st n w. with hot
and cold water; cellar nnd bath; all In good
condition. Inquire at CS8 3d stnw.
J!OIt SALili A.NV JtlStfT,
TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 FBtreet.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
8-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
Othst, botKaudLstsn w $30,000
023 and C85 11 st n w.bhand Chouses
rear T 22,000
61H I stnw, bh, m 1, 12rs 16,000
ITSOnst nw, bh, 14rs 15.000
1013 ICth nt u w, b h, m 1, 10 rs 12,000
fX9Mstnw,bh.,mi, 13 rs 11,000
207G6tn w, bh.ml, 10 rs 8.0C0
li286thBtnw,bb,9 rs 8,000
223 Indiana avou w, b fa, 9 rs 7,500
1731 Hthstnw, bb.Ors 7,500
1229 Mass avo n w, t h,8rs...., 7,350
3hl stn w, bh, 11 rs 0,500
49Khtno, bh, mi, 12 rs 4,500
6 6thstn w. lib, 8 rs , 4.500
2231 nnd 2213 7llBtnw, bh, 6rs 4.U00
8255 K st n w. b h. 10 rs 3,000
113.2 2eth stnw, bh. 8rs 1,500
VUey between 21st and 22d, M und N sts
nw, bb.Ors 1,500
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1114 and 1110 Cth st s w, b h, 7 rs, and 1
t h rear $8,000
icfi and 4C3 11th st s w, b h, ml, 0 rs.... 5.000
.10 131 6t s w, b h, m 1, 8 rs 5,000
For a term of 15 year. a valuable pleeo of
business property on 11th st, near Pa avo n w.
1 I'M. $150 per month ana taxes. Lcsseo to
build on same.
U st, bit 4th and Cth sts n 0; ront per annum,
UNIMPROVED FROPEBTY FOR BALE.
for Va avo and 21th stn w $2,700
IBIhet, bet Band C sts so , 1.800
X t, bet 14tb ar.d 15th stss e 1,350
19th st, bet E Capitol and A state 1,000
HOUSES FOR RENT.
-.0271 st n w,23 re, , $100 00
nncthstnw, is m 10000
act! 1 stnw, 18rs, fur bo 00
iirareu bmw, urs , ia no
2820 P st n w. 10 rs 5000
xuilSJetuw. Urs..., 50 00
livj wit st n w. 9 rs 85 B0
432Mhstnw, 10rma 85 00
imi'stn w,9 rs 3500
lis NY avo nw,7rs 30 50
VI llBtn W.O rs 30 00
1 ppcr part 1408 P st n w,7rs 30 00
2Ui2Estn w,0 rs 23 00
lqAI7Hi ft n w, 3d lloor 25 00
wen N 11 ave n w, psrlly fur., 0 rs..., 25 00
.:1714th tt 11 w, 8 re 22 80
4(01UttHWl8rS 18 00
l!S7 Johneon avenue n w. 5rs 18 00
1225 Jldaios w, Urs.... 15 00
30thttnc, 4rs 10 83
HEAL ESTATE IN ESTAIENT.
f-ato as U. S. bonds: 0 per cont,, parable
quarterly; in sums $100 to $1,000; email pre
mium charged, .
lnuumstofcult at 0 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of tho property
on my bcoiB. For full Hat call at office for
bulletin, issued on tho 1st and 13th,
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
JJcdroom Bets In Poplar from $ 1G up. I Ingrain Carpets from 25c. up.
ucuroom ocis in uaK or uiicrry irom
Bedroom Bets In Walnut from $40.
Pnrlor Bulls in Hair Cloth or Plusli,
GROGAN'S, 739 and
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gas Boilers at $1.15 and 81.50 for Instantly making Tea or Coffee.
For largo ui email families. Just the storo for snmmor uso, as yon extlairalsli a
the instant the cooklna li done. For eals by the
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Te33.-t2x s-ta?eeti 3ST. "W
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; CO cents for three.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
sulto or single, at tho Buckingham, 020
15lli st n w. overlooking McFherson Square
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
sultablo for gentlemen. No.008 M st n w.
OHO AItTHURrLACE,NW, FIRSTIIOUSB
6Jhi from II st Furnished rooms for gen
tltmen; rent low to responsible parties who
will bo permanent; convenient totho Capitol.
170R ItENT-TO GENTIJIMEN ONLY;
; two handsomo rooms; on Connecticut
avenue, between 21 and K streets. Address
A. 13. C. mall carrier No. 17.
T70R ItENT TWO OR TIIREK SUNNT
Sj rooms, sultablo for light housekeeping;
references required. Call after 2 o'clock, 1J0
JjTOR RENT-003 K ST N W, ONE HAND
: Eomely furnished second-story front
room; northorn and southoru oxposuro; prl
TT'OR HENT-AT 1013 1 II n ST N W, LARGE
.C furnished rooms, en sulto or single; grato
tires If desired, with boat cl. Also stable for
run MSXTMISOEZT.AXEO us.
THE FINE OT&TER SLOOP AND YACIIT,
EUaTieadwcll, for ront, for saloor ex
chango for other property at Dennett's ship
yard, foot of 11th st s w.
OH RENT-VERY DE&IRAULE OFFICE
room, with steam heat, for rent In tho
Iiullflers' Excbnugo building, 1131 a stn w.
Apply on tho premises to tho SUPERIN
THE DERLITZ SCnOOL OF LANfJUAUES,
733 lltll St. n. W.
$10 a term. Trial lessons free Send for
Dranchcs In New York, Boton, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris,
France; Berlin and Diesdcn, Germany.
rpHE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Extract from a private letter:
"In reply to your request for my advlco as
to a good school for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, in Washington.
D. C. Tbo standard of scholarship thcro Is
high, tho Instruction thorough and tho InQu
onccs good. L. Q. C. Lamau,
Jnstlco U. S. Supremo Court."
Tho school opens Sopt.30. au33-d&stf
1115 r street. JJ ember or Washington
Stoclt xclinii;c. All local stocks
und Koctirltlcs bought nnd sold.
HOTJSZ8 AM JIXSTAV RANTS.
W ILLARD HOTEL,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
O. U. STAPLES, Into of Thousand Isl. Houso,
TVABinNQTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMB-S3.WI and Jt.00 Per Day.
T. JA&IEH IIOTKL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
Comer 15th and I streets northwest.
Opposite MoPberson Square.
II. M. CAKE,
Grand, Upright and Square.
Special attention of purchasers la Invltod to
f "NEW ARTISTIO STYLES,"
irinisueu in aeigns or
"HIGHEST DKOOHATTVB AHT."
PIANOS FOR KENT.
Socond-hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wm. Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo etook ot
CHASE, GAOLER, WnEEUICK, BRIGGS,
BBIJNII.'G and other Pianos.
Tbo Wonderful Self-Playing Afollan Organ
bTOKY & CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN
Bold en Installment?, exchanged, rontod
tuned, moved and etored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Wrings a spo
Sheet muslo and mualcal merohandls at
the old etand, Wil'a ave.-
V K. n Rita M m ft JRi Lf
Extra Super Ingrain from 60c.
Brussels Carpet from 75c.
741 7th St. N. W.
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally conceded by ovon tho
most fanatical tcototalcrs that a glass of
thoroughly matured and pnro wino Is tho
most wholesome, health and strongth-glvlng
bevcrago for mankind. Almost ovory Stato
no mattor how rold Its climate produces
grapes from which wino is pressed, but THE
PASADENA WINES aro mado from thoso
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapes
which attain tho highest grade of maturity
and rl penes and nro therof oro tho host wines
In the market.
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 and 1202 I'euua. Avo. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
omtho solo agent for tho Pasadena Wines
and Brandies and sell at marvclonslylow
prices. I have received orders from rich and
poor nllko nnd nil cheerfully acknowledge
that tbo Fnadena Wines and Brandies nro
by far tho best nnd purest in the District,
notwithstanding the fact that my prices aro
tho very lowest.
My SO per cent, removal discount will bo
Please compare my prices with taosa
Claret, extra quality....
Angelica 1 to
sheny (Golden or Pale) .... 1 CO
Sherry " " ' ox-
traold , 2 00
Port 1 50
Port, extra old... 2 00
Brandy 4 00
Brandy, very old 5 P0
Brandy, very, very eld.... 10 00
Malaga, 1 to
Charnpagno, quarts, doz... 13 00
Champagno, pints, 2 doz... 13 00
V1RGINIAAND nOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret Si 00 SO SO
Norton's Virginia Scldllng,
per dozen 4 00 3 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) CO 60
I carry tlio largest stock of Imported Wlnos,
Cognacs, Qlns, Jamaica nnd St. Croix Rums
and all tbo French Cordials, Including the
celebrated nftcr-dlnner cordial, UREM1S DE
MENTHE (Cream of Mint), green or orange.
The oldest Rye, Bourbon and Imported
Whiskies can always bo found at my store.
I enumerate a few:
Trimble Pure Rye
Montlcello Pure Ityo
Perfection Puro Ityo.....'.
Ilcnulsvllln Puro lfye
Old Kentucky Sour Mash,
In Demijohns or
it'otcti wnisky. old
scotch Whisky, very old....
'Scotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00 8 00
Irish Whisky, old...". GOO 4 80
Irish Whisky, cry old 7 50 COO
Irish Whisky, very, veryold. 10 00 8 00
German itoggen Brantweln. 5 00 4 00
I make a specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing and Jolly Wines and Brandies.
H. A- SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. H. W.
OIX.T KOQB or
And yon will always havo beautlfal Uroed.
Rolls ana Biscuits Wbolosalo Dopot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avonna.
WM. M. QAL.T ft CO.
B. KcM7iJonbON. A-L. Johnson,
OFFICES 131WF st. n. w.. 1515 7th et. n. w.,
1112 Oth st. n. w., 3d and Ksts. u. w., 1710
Pa. avo, n- w, and 101 M at. n. o.
DEALERS IN COAL. CORK AND W00l),2
WAHHINGTON, I). O.
MAIN ()FFICE-13( P st u.w.'
OBlce, Wharves and Railroad Yardn-Foot ol
litbat . w.
-ole Agents for Hale of Wabhlugton Oim Uo.'s
ill C&rnets KM3 and
Preo of Chargo.
Tlio (heat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West, and Southwest,
Doublo Track. Splendid Scenery.
Stcol Ralls. Magmflcont Equipment.
In Effect JANUAnv 1st, ISM
Trains Jcnvo Woshlngton, from Motion, cor
ner ot Blxth and II streets, ns follows:
Fon FiTTsncim and tho AVcst, Chicago
Limited Express ol Pullman Vestlbuled Can
ntl0.tomn dally: Fast Llno.lO.cnamdnllyta
Cincinnati nnd fit. LotiN, with Sleeping Car
from Pittsburg tn Cincinnati, and Sleeping
Cars llnrrlsburg to Indianapolis; dally, ox
cept Saturday, to Chicago. uHh Sieoplng Car
Alloona to Chicago. St. I.oul, Chlongo and
Cincinnati Express, 3,80 n m dolly. Parlor
Cur Washington to llnrrlsfmtc, ana Sleeping
Cars llarrlsburg lo St. Inils. Chicago and
Cincinnati, end Dining Car llarrlsburg to St.
Louis. Wcitcrn Exprosi. at 7.10 pm dally,
With Sleeping Cars WaMilngton to Chlcao
and St. I.ouli, connecting dally at llarrls
burg with through Sleepers for I.otiljvlllo
nnd Memphis. Pnclllo Express, 10.00 n in
dally, for Pittsburg and tbo West, with
through Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD.
Fon KAsr. Conaudalgun, Rochostcr and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 a m.
Fon Emu, Cnnandnlcua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dnlly, oxcont
1-nturduy. lo.oopm., with bleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiMiAMsroiiT, Look Haven and EI
rolra, at 10.50 a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon Wiu.iAMsronT dally. 3.S0 p m.
Fon l'uii.ADKLriiiA, New Yorkand tho East,
7.20, O.CO. 11.00 nnd 11.40 n 111,8.10. 3.20, 4.10
10.C0 end 11.20 nm. On Sunday, 0.00, 11, toa
m, 2.10, 3.20. 4.10. lo.OOnnd ll.yo p m. Limited
Express of Pullman Pnrlor Caw, 11.40 n m
daily, excopt Sunday, and 4 p m dally, with
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exvnrs, 8 10 n m wcok days, nnd 8.10
p m dally. Acoom., 0.00 p m dally.
Fon Bosto:), without eliango, 3.20 p m ovcry
Fon BnooKiTN, N. Y.. all through trains
connect at Jcrf oy City with bonts of Brook
lyn Annex, nffotdfngdfrecttrnnslor to Fnlton
street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across Now
Fon Atlantic Cur, 11.40 a mwcok days,
11.20 pm dally.
Foil Baltimoiib, C.35, 7.20, 8.10, 0.00.0 40,
10.50, 11.00 and 11.40 n m, 12.05, 2.10, 3 20, 333,
4.CO.4.10, 4.20. 4.40, fl.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 nn
11.20 p.m. On Sunday 9.00, 0.05,10.50,11.40
a m, 2 10, 8.C0, 3.G0, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10
10.C0 and 11.20 p. m.
Fon Pom's Creek Lino, 7.20 n m and 4.40 p.
in dnlly, except Sunday.
Fon Annacolis, 7.20, 9. am, 120 nnd 4.20
p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0.03 a m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FTtEDERICKSIlURQ
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
IN EFFECT NOVESlnEn 18, 16S0.
Fon AruxANniUA,' 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.(0, 0.45.
10.17 a in. 12.04 noon, 2.03, 4.15, 4.23, 4.53. fl.Ol.
8.02, 10.05 and 11.37 p m. On Sunday nt 4.30,
7.45. 0 45, 10 67 a m, 2.30, 4.15, 0.01, 8.02 and
10.03 p m.
AciosntoiiATiON ron Qcantico, 7.43 a m and
4.55 p in week davs. 7.45 a m Sundays,
ipnllicuMONnand tho South, 4.30, 10.57 a
m daily, nnd 4.15 pm dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.53 p m week dnys.
TllIANS leave Alnxntwlitn foi Hpn,Mnm,
0.03, 7 05, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m: 1.20, 3.00.
5.10, 0.10, 7.05, 0.20. 10.32, 10.42 and'll!03
m. unoununyaiu.iuanu ii.uran
0.10. 7.03, 0.20, 10 32 nnd 10.42 p m.
10. 7.03, 0.20, 10 32 and 10.42 nm,
Tickets and information at tha offinn. north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, nnd nttho station, whero orders can
bo left for tlio checking of baggage to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CIIAS. E. PUGII, J. R. WOOD,
General Mqnqgor. Gen. Pass Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schodulo In effect Deo 20, 1359.
Lcavo Wnshlngton from Station oornor of
New Jersey avenue and O street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 11:20 a m, express 0:30
Fon Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dnlly, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
Fon PiTTsncua and Cloveland, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 11:C0 a m and express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tl0:30
Fon WiNcnLSTEn nnd Way Stations, T5.30
Fon LcitAT, 8:40 p m.
Foil IlALTisionE, week days, 4.00, C 00. 6.40.
7.C0, 8.80,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12 00. 45 minutes),
am, 12.10, 200.2.30(45 mlnutos), 3.13(45-mln-ntcs).
8.25, 4.25,4 30,4.35, 126.96.36.199,7.10,7.45,
9.00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays. 4 00, 7.20,
8.30, 9 20, 0.45 a m, 12.00 (45 minutes). 1.15.
2.00, 2.30 (43-mlnutcs), 3.23. 4.23,4.35, 0.20,7.10.
7.45, 9 CO. 10.30 and li.SO p m.
Fon Wav Stations botween Wnshlngton
and Baltimore, C 00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.85, 0.20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 23, 4 35, 0.20, 11 30 pm.
TnAiNB lcavo Baltimore for Washington,
week dnys, 5.1P, 0.20, 6.30, 7.20. 7.45, 8 00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.10,12.15, 1.50,2.10,3 00.
4.10,4.15. D,C0. 0.00, 0.20. 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.35,
10.20. 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.80, 7.45, 8.30,
0.15, 10.15 a m; 12 00, 12.50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
B.C0, 0 20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.S0. 8.33, 10.20, 10.23 and
11 COp m.
Foil Annatolis, 0.40 a m, 12 10. 4.23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m. 4.35 p m. Lcavo An
napolis 0.40, a m 12.05, 3. DO p m. Sundays.
8.57 am. 4.00pm.
Fon Stations oh the Metropolitan Branob,
10.45, S10.S0 a m, 11.10 pm for principal sta.
tlons only; tlO.80 a m, tl.30 and tS.SO p m.
Fon ItocKviLiE and way stations t I.S5 p m.
Fon GAiTnKKsnnna nnd Intermediate points,
9.C0 a m, tl CO, 5 35, tll.35 p ra.
Fon Bom's nnd intermediate stations. 17.00
Ciiuiicii tiiain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
Fon FitEDEmcK. t6.45. tll.20 a m, T3.10, f4.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon IIaoerbtown, tll.20 a. m. and t5.80
Trains arriTO from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 p m: from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 a ra and 1.60 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 am, C60pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION Fon New YonK. Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N. J.. 4.00, t8.00, 9 20, 12 CO a m,
2.30, 4.80 and lO.SO p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on nil day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10,80 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon PiiiLAUFLruiA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.C0, t8,00, 9 20, I2.00 a m.
2.30, 4.20, 7.10 and 10.30 pm.
Fon iNTEnJinpiATK toints between Balti
more and Philadelphia, t5.00 and 7.20 a m,
12.00, 13.15 p in.
TnAiNs leave New York for Washington,
S.E0, -111.00 a m, 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 p m and
Tbainm ijsave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10um,tl.35, 4.40, '0.03. 7.40
Fon Atlantic Citt, 4 00 am and 12.00m.
Sunda) s, 4.CO a m and 12 00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. Dally. SSundayonly.
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Co. on
oidersh'ft at tloket offices, 019 and 1351 Pa.
avo and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CnAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedule In otreot May 12, 1830.
Trams leave Union Dopot, Sixth and B
streets, 10.67 a m for Newport Nows, Old
Tolnt Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 0.05 p m, and Norfolk at 6.35
11:24 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, Wost Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.35
0.40 p m-F. F. V. Vestibule Speolal, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vostlbula
Sleeper for Lexington and Loulsvillo.
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue.
H. W. FULLER. Ron. Pass. Agent.
G OMMlHhlOKiniS OF DEEDS.
r S. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
V. States and Territories. 458 La, avc, opp.
FOB MEN ONLY!
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