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TTTE WASniNTftTON nUTIT, M!0 5WA.Y EVENING, FETftUTABY J), 1890.
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OUR CHIEF .U'STICKS.
HEMINISCENCES RECALLED BY THE
flhulilic" of tliu Mun Who Hutu I'ri
.liletl?Ovur th ii Siiprninii Court of
llm ttnltml Ntnlsn-t.'Ilitilr DMIti
When tho t'Cilleimry or the t'nlti'tl
, Hlnli'8 Stiptcmc Court Is fuk'biutcil ill
Now York on to morrow tlicto will bo
much ol lilsloilcul lumltilsconcu for
cncli oinloruC tho occasion lo tell tlio
lrcrnt t'cnuriitloii. 'i'horo Is n peculiar
awe or the Supremo Omit and Its
gowtiul dignity which Is even greater
than the respect paid to 1'resliIenK
Tho L'rcMdi'til Is 'jlected, and to scenic
his oltku lie mingles utnoiig politicians
mid is one of tliu people. Hut the
t?upi mo Ju.slleo is like a prelate of tho
('lunch who ulalniH to be chosen by
(oil ns his vicc-rcgcnt, and an.v Ameri
can cilicn feels freer in approaching
the creator of Supreme Court justices
tlmn the justices tlicmsclvcs. The
history of tho Supremo Court is tliu
legal and political history ot the nation
for h cciitury, but there was moio po
llticnl importance attached to the Court
and Its members at the beginning of the
ccnturv than there Is now, when the
Supremo bench Is considered thcthroue
solium for by the
lawyer, rather than I
the bchcuilug, itntbitious politician.
AMHTOCltVI tC JOHN JAY.
There havo been but seven Chief Jus
tit cs of tho United States, not including
"William dishing, who was appointed,
but declined tho honor. Tho lirst was
John Jay, and lo tho student of Ameri
can history It seems useless to tell of
John Joy and his valuable services to
the nation in tho hours when strong
men wcto needed to make Arm the
foundations of u Government regarded
the world ocr us but u dangerous ex
periment. John Jay wjls born In New
York, of Knickerbocker ancestry, In
1713, with a trace of French lltigueuot
blood in his veins. He was an aristo
crat from the start, and became an
eminent lawyer. He was a conspicuous
Jlguro In tho Colonial Congress, and
trusted by "Washington, who, 100 years
Mgo, made him tho llrsl Chief Justice.
But for a young man like Jay the dull
routine of tho bench in times when men
of action were needed to hold up and
build tip a new and struggling naliou
was irksome, and ho gladly resigned to
become Minister to 1'rancc, with which
nation some imporlaut diplomatic rela
tions were being discussed.
AMllITlOUtS 10 UK 1'KESIUUXT.
"When, to the satisfaction of his co tn
try. Juy'tt services at tlio French capi
tal were ended ho returned, and was
yet a young man in his prime. Ho had
an ambition to be President, but he
could not copo -with thu political
bcncmciH, wno liau ocen busy In his ab
fctuce. Later on ho was scut to Spain
in- envoy, and wns also Governor of
New Yutk. Ho ictircd fiom political
life when but CO years old, ami declined
to join in the jealous quarrels of poli
ticians. Ho was happy lu his marriage
with u daughter of William Livingston
and proud of his family. He lived out
his remaining days at his elegant home
at Ucdford, N. Y., and died of palsy in
1620, Ho left directions us to his
ftinctid. and desired no "collin trim
mlngb," as ho wrote it, asking instead
thnt biiOQ bo given to .some deserving
widow or orphan of tho village.
Throughout life Jay was u
Clnlsllau, and his favorite books
wire the Bible ttud Cicero. It has
been written by oue of his admirers,
"llu ascended to the temple of honor
through the temple of virtue." "When
Jay resigned to become Lnvoy to
Franco "Washington promoted .'rohn
llutlcdgo to tho vacancy. He was or
Charleston, S. C, born in 17o9, and
been not only a good lawyer und local
judge, but an aetlvo politician in tho
South. However, his appoiutmctit was
very objectionable to tho dominant fac
tion in coutrol of tho United States Sen
ate, and although he took tbciobc of
oflict during u recess, the Semite failed
to confirm, aud he returned to his South
Ciitolluu home with a broken heart and
a brain already tainted with insanity,
caused by overwork and mental worry.
DIED A HELPLESS LUNATIC.
In u few years ills mlud failed nnd he
dkd a helpless lunatic. "Washington
v,n& not pleased with the rejection of
ftutlcdgc. Among the Senators who
voted against the confirmation wus
Oliver Ellsworth of Connecticut, who
was one of tho billllant men of Con
press. To the great sutpriso of the
Smato and Ellswoith himself, Wash
ington appointed him Chief Justice and
the Senate lost uo time in confirming
the appointment. He was born lu 17-10,
and was given a classical education at
GOOD MEN WERE NOT TO l'LENTIFUL.
It seems that; good men were scarce
in the early days of our Government,
and while still on the, bench Chief
..lustiie Ellsworth took off his robo und
btcamo Envoy to Ftutice, as had Ills
jif'ctliressor, Jay. However, he did not
tcsigu at ouco nnd held the olllce until
bis rilurn. Ho reached Paris at a time
ibe "flvo kings" of the Directory hud
1 ecu driven from the Luxembourg und
when Napoleon, hero of Arcula ttud
the bridge of Ludi, was beginning his
tiign of tho French people. On lils re
turn Justice Ellsworth gave up his
position on tho bench, and became once
more it private clti.cn of Connecticut.
Ho had married lit early life Abigail
Wolcott, tho daughter of it Governor
und Judge of tho State Court. But his
old neighbors would not let the distin
guished priest end his days in private
life, and ho thought it no abttsu of pride
to serve as Judgo of tho State Court of
Errors, which pluco he held at ills
death in 1807,, when but (ifi years old.
Every American luwycr has always
looked upon John Marshall as the
greatest figure in our judicial history.
He has been called tho American
Mansileld, worthy of the compliments
bcslowcd upon tho gtcat Englhh Judge
by an admirer, who said that ho was
til ways remembered as "an awful form
:ind flguro of justice." Justice Mans
field bcrved on the Queen's bench for
thirty two years, whlla John Marshall
served thirty-four years, from 1801
uutil IBM, and hu is tho only Chief
Justice honored by a statue in Wash
ington. It lu a magnificent bronze
figure, lCprcsenting him In judicial
robes, silting on tho bench with hand
uplifted, giving an opinion. It is in
front of tho Capitol, looking over tho
new patt of Washington toward tho
While IIouso uud Treasury. John
Marshall was born in Gcrumntown,
Ya., lu 1755, and was a fellow student-In-law
of James Monroe. He left
Bluckslouo to become, at 10, a soldier
of tho lcvolutlon under Washington,
beginning then tho ftlcndship which
continued throughout Washington's
After scrvlco In tho State Lcglslatuio
and lu Congress, John Marshall was
called lo tho Supremo bench ns (Chief
Justice lu 1801 and gained a namo as
ono of tho greatest jurists of tho world.
Ho retained his scat until his death at
the ago of 85. Until a short time be
fore his death his brain was still rigor
ous and activo, but ho was greatly
i.hockcd by tho death of his son, u
taJglH young lawyer, wlio had. bcoa
i lu 'ill u ii' ii I" i if the irpinlii Li.ni-"
Intim Hi' wm 1llh d li liiiliiutng In
Klchtiiond. Volumes hac lieen writ
ten of Justice .Mitislmll, and it hits been
jultl of him, "unno but lilmsolf can bo
his pmnllel." His Intlnutu fiiend on
tho bench, .Indue Story, wiolo his llfo
and also the following to bo lncilucd
on n ccnataph.
"To Marshall icarcil, the great, tliu gooit,
Horn forull ages, honored hi all skies."
There Is much of Interest .In tho ca
icer of Jtogcr 1), Taney, who succeeded
iMuislinll as Chief Justice. Hu was
born In Cohort County, Maryland, In
1777, of Welsh ancestry. Although his
people were Catholics, ho wns educated
at Jllckinson (College at Cat lisle, I'n.
lie became the leading lawyer of Ilnlll
moioaml was appointed .Uloriiey-Uen-cinl
by .lacksoii. Uo exchanged this
for the Treasuiy portfolio, but the Sen
ate lcfused to conllrm. Then Jackson
appointed hint an Asoclnto Justice of
the Supreme Cotiit. The Senate ajraln
lcfused conllrimttion and Taney went
back to IJultlmoro. Ills fellow clti.ens
iecclcd hint with a tilttmplml proces
sloti nnd burjqtiut.
AVhen n shot t time later Chief Jus
tlcc Marshall died, tlio stttbborit and
persistent Jackxou sent in tho namo of
Jloger 15. Taney to be Chief Justice.
Again the autocratic Senate objected
and consideration of the appointment
wits Indefinitely postponed. However,
it 1 (.'consideration resulted in gratifica
tion. Justice Taney lived throimh the
exciting years of tho war and his tlccls-
Ion in tho 1) red-Scot t case made him
hated by all Northern men. as ho was
unquestionably swayed by his Southern
nlllllatious. Ho was 00 years old when
he died and should havo retired years
before, as should bo douo by the older
men now on the bench, who hold on
incicly lo retain asocial position for
The history of Samuel l'ortlaud
Chase, wlio succeeded Taney, was a
succession of ambitious" triumphs, and
he died a disappointed man because I13
did not become President. Ho was
born and brought up an aristocrat, and
when a lad went to his uncle, Bishop
Philander Chase, the famous Episco
palian bishop, who founded Kenyon
College, Ohio. In tho early days of
the State young Chase studied
law in Cincinnati, and became at once,
not nlono a lawyer of distinction, but,
by his marriage and wealth, was an
aristocrat of very dignified manner aud
considerable cxclusiveucSs. Ho went
to the Ohio Lcgislatmc, also to Con
gress, after he had been ns a young
man a clerk in the United States
This place had been secured for hira
by his uncle, then a Senator fiom New
Hampshire. He warned Chase to get
out of such a place and come back some
day as Secretary of tho Treasury
himself, which ho did in 18-18. Chase
was elected United States Senator, then
became Governor of the State and when
tho war bci'iin went into Lincoln's Cab
inet. Ho died in 187-1 nud his body
was in the vault of Bock Creek ceme
tery until 1887, when Kate Chase, his
fumous atulibeauliftil daughter, had it
removed lo Cincinnati.
Chief Justice Mnnlson It. Waite was
appointed in 1874 bv General Grant.
Ho wasnuallvoof Lyme, Connecticut,
and was born in 1810. He graduated
til Yale In 1837 with Senator Kvarts and
Edwatd Piencpoint. Ho became a
luwycr in Notthwestcrn Ohio, and in
1630 moved to the then promising vil
lage of Toledo.
He served lit the Ohio Legislature
w ith Senator Payne and helped elect
Chaso to the U. B. Senate. He was de
feated us n Whig candidate for Con
gress, and decided to leave politics
uloue. Ho became a noted lawyer, and
wus with his old classmate, Evaits, and
Culeb dishing appointed on the Coun
cil of Aibllraiion which met to cousidcr
the Alabama claims at Geneva. He
died two ycais ago, and was buried at
Tolido. His wife, who was Miss
Amelia Watncr, survives him, whilo
his eldest son is president of tho Hock
ing Valley Hallway, with his homo at
Columbus, Ohio. "Tho appointment of
Chief Justice Fuller and his history is
fresh hi the mind of every reader.
Thcic have been altogether forty-seven
Associate Justices who havo served on
the bench, Justice Brewer being the
Francis B. Gi:ssni:u.
A Voodoo Doctor In l'rlson.
Professor Alfred Brown, n "profes
sor of medicine," was convicted nt
West Chester, Pa., on Friday last, of
piacllclng medicine without a diploma
and using incantations aud "voodoo"
milhods, and sentenced to three years'
Impiisonmcnt and $-70 line. The plain
tills wcio Mrs. Annie Smith and her
father, John M. Burnlto of Franklin
township, Chester County, Pa. Their
testimony showed that Brown came to
their home and, in professing to relievo
Mrs. Smith of pain In her foot, anointed
her body with oil and gave vent to in
cantations which she could not under
stand. He also prayed while ascending
,tho stairs backward, cooked eggs and
killed ono of their chickens by tearing
oft its head with his hands. He
claimed, by means of a notched grape
vine, to repel devils, and, strange to
say, the woman admitted that by this
process he managed to work some kind
of a spell -upon her which she was
powerless to resist. Ho received fiom
them nearly $20 in money, birds, chick
ens und eggs.
In its First Stages.
Jle sura jou ytl iUe yf niidic
(Toilet Arilclt or tent hmt-faiij on receipt of 1 5c.t
W ii A
a vo v
KiLLI CORNS Wtm
Wil i AMH irililVtA. U&kMMiilklnir ur At detl-rfl
iti:i Nirri) at last
A tllrl 1"nr YiMirn Nnticit to lie Mi
Orplinti I'lnila Her Mother.
A dispatch fiom Uticyrus, Ohio, says
"Miss Utile Wilson lias been restored lo
her mother and friends nflcr tliliccn
years of separation. She Is tho daughter
of a Presbyterian minister whoso health
failed, and ho went Into other business.
One night he was mutdercd, nnd, his
wife being shot lly afterward confined,
lost her reason, and her children wore
given out to good fnmllles by the trus
tees of the chittch. Miss Bulu oamo
into tho family of J. W. Dowllng, and
n few years ago accompanied that fam
ily to this country.
Over a year ago she camo to lluevrtis,
and did housewoik In different families
of the cllv.
Sho flnnlly lived wllh the family of
Flunk Munich, who found that she re
tiicinbcied having had a btother, James
WIIoii, and that bIic had lived near Al
(noun, Pa. Ho wrote lo that city, and
this week her mother, now Mrs. George
Datmhcity, cntno after the girl, and
they were reunited. The young lady
is now 18 years of age. Mrs. Daughorly
and her daughter havo lcltirned to
Pennsylvania, where tho mother is in
Flowers Tar tlio .ludgo.
Upon the reassembling of tho Crimi
nal Cotiit nftcr recess today, a very
handsome basket of llowers occupied n
conspicuous place on Judgo lllngham's
desk. Tho llowers were a gift from
the petit jury that finished Its month's
Admitted to tlio Itur,
Clinton Lloyd of Pennsylvania was
to-day admitted lo practice lit the Dls
liict Supremo Coutt. Mr. Lloyd
served as Chief Clerk of the IIouso of
Representatives from 1803 to 1803, and
his face is a familiar one In Washing
ton. Dentil or Mrs. Juno U. Siultti.
Mrs. Jane II. Smith, mother ot Mrs.
(icorge A. Mclllicnny, died yesterday at
11:45 o. m. at tlio residence of her sou-ln-law,
corner of Twentieth and O streets
northwest, aged 83years. Blio leaves many
relatives and friends to mourn her loss.
You can order Tiir, CittTic by postal card.
H will be sent to jour address every cen
lug for 85 cents; '
liny Your Merchandise ut Home.
Thcrolsnopoodor Justifiable roason why
any one resldlnc in this oley should Koto
New York to make their purchases. It you
need anything In tbo furniture line, nphj!
Btory, decorations, &o. co direct to Uough
ton & Co s rcproscntntlvo establishment, at
1218 and 1320 F street northwest, and thcro
you will And exactly tho samo clats ot coids
ttat will bo shown you In Now Yotk, and at
tho samo prices, and thereby save time,
money and vexation ot xplrlt, and at tho
same time assisting to build up ono of the
bnndsomest cities in thu world.
ltmlilcn'R llcpresontatlvu Install mont
Ihlsrcllablo installment establishment, at
P30 and 93'J Seventh street, has a complete
stock of all kinds ot merchandise that Is re
quired to furnish a woll-i emulated household
nt caidi prices on the installment plan, and
dlctato your own tonus.
l"or Washington Drossoil Ueor
po to John It. Kelly, stalls023. fl'l and C30 Con
troSIarket,and200and S03 Northern Liberty.
Corned beef a specialty.
WOODWARD & LOTltrtOP,
Cor. 11th and P sts. inorthwcst.
The Wash Goods display
on the second floor will be
continued all the week.
FOUND. We have quite
a collection of Pocketbooks,
Jewelry, Trinkets, &c
which have been found in
the store within the past
few months by our employes.
To insure correct identifica
tion applicants will please
mail us a minute writren
description of theartlcle lost
EI TECTS IS BLACK IUDBONS.
Two very desirable styles
entirely new. These are
of our own importing and
are probably the two most
popular styles of Black Rib
bon now prevailing in Paris,
Style A is a combination
of Satin, Armure and Gros
Grain of equal proportion.
Widths. .SJ, 2, 3j and -11 inches.
rries...25, S3 37i and boo.
Style I) Is a combination of Satin, Faille
at d Muscovite of equal propoi tlons. Excel
Widths....!;!, 2 ami 1 Inches.
Trices. ...S(c.E5fl.and 40c. per yard.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROI'.
PAltlS "NOVELTIES" IN EXCLUSIVE
PATTKItN ItOUBS 10R TIIE Sl'IUNd
SEA60N OP 1800. The Indications are thnt
tho Corded Itobcs will bo tho most fashion
able of all the spring woolens. They are
beautiful, stylish and drossy. The colorings
are the latest Parisian tints. We can only
name over a few of tho most conspicuous
"Novelties." Kobeswltb variegated corded
dosigns, such as palms, ferns, etc.
Itobes with Illuminated corded designs, the
bottom finished with Qreok corded border
traced In tinsel.
Itobcs with handsome corded doslgns of
ring-work and set fljures of applique, vol
vet. Itobes with attractlro oorded designs lu
tho Eiffel and Vandyke cfleots, finished ut
tho bottom with Ureok border of corded
piusn run with tinsel.
Wo might continue almost Indefinitely. Lot
these Dufllco. Thcro Is 2! yards of tho corded
material, with sufficient plain for complete
suit. Price J12.ro to $50.
WOODWARD A LOTIIROP.
SPECIAL VALUES IN DRESS OOODS.-M-lnoh
All-wool Scotch Plaid Serges, In ex
tremely desirable colorings, aro offeied at
tho exceedingly low price of We. per yard.
Itomembcr tho width, fit Indies. Thoio plaids
make very stylish suits, especially if tho
skirt be aocordton plaited,
42 Inch Kronoh Serge lu acttractlro stripes
unu oueuftSiioo. per yaru.
Being out of regular dollar quality of
Broadcloth, wo hao tilled the void by drop
ping the SI.2S quality to that price. A grand
value at a dollar.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP.
NEW GOODS IN THE ART DEPART
MENT. Dark, rich-colored Broadcloth Ta
ble Covert, stamped lu our newest and bost
designs for embroidering, 73o., S1.C3, SI. 50.
$1.75. 82. $2 S3, 32.50, $2 73 and S3.
Bolton bhoetlng Bedspreads, stamped In
centre nnd corners, In now designs for em
broidering. Two yards long, 82: 21 yards
Second floor, annex.
Cor. Ilth and F Sts. N. W.
Ailrtrtlsemsnts tinier this head, four linn or
Isss, Hunts for one Insertions: 60 cents for Vires.
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT-18 COM
pleto lunts and accompaniments la one
quarter. $0. McCaULEY & MOORE, 1745 F
tt, 717 21lt St.
NOW IS TnE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big money" for gonts' first-class seo-ond-band
clothing. Address or call at
JUtiTU'S OLD BTAND, CIO I) St. n. w.
The C .V. (I. Cunat to tin r.enneit.
dispatch fiom Annapolis says that
piopoals for leasing Hie Chesapeake
and Ohio Caunl under the provisions
of the advertisement aiithoily.cd by a
Joint tcsoltition, will bo opened by the
boatd of public works, It is said that
at least two bids oic known of now, the
tetms of which will command tho ntten
tlnn of the legislators
Ctenernl Term Acnln In HohhIoii,
1 he Court In (fcncrnl Term wns hi session
this morning with Justices Hngucr and
Jnmcs present, absent Justice Cox. Case
lS.OOS. of Kemotli) vs. Mooro, wns culled,
nppcnl tnken iiml bond npprovod. Court
ntljomncd until 10 n. m. to-morrow, J
You enn order Tin Citrrtc by postnlcard
Itwlll lie sent to jour nUdrcss overy even,
big for 3,- cents.
That Tired Feeling
Debility nnd prostration which follows
J .a lrljiie or tlio Inriiiiii.a
Is tliomct dnngcrous stage of tbo dljoaso,
bccatiso lu tho weakened condition of tlio
body and tho decline of health tone, tho sys
tem is ery susceptible to relnpio, pneu
monia or typhoid fccr. To overcome that
The best tonic and blood purifier. It gives
strength nnd vigor to tho wholo body, re
stores nnd sharpens tnc npp.tltc.
"I can't begin to tell all tho good Hood's
Snrsaparllla did me. My pains and aches tire
rcliocd, my appetite Improved. Had I ro
allztd how mucc good n slnglo boltlo of
Hood's SiiKnparllla would do mo I would
gladly hao pakl ten dollars for It. I say to
others who need n good medicine, Iry Hood's
Snrsaparlila and see " (lEonou F Jacmuix,
Roxhury Station, Conn.
Itciicncil JIj- CJrlp
"Hood's Harsaparllla has ronewod my grip.
I nm B3 years of uge nnd wa all run down
nnddlscouingcd. I havo taken Hood's Sar
saparllla nnd on looking mysolf over find that
I nm muoh better; lu fact, quite a chap. 01
courso tho medicine will not discount my
5 cais, but it comes nearer to It than anything
else." Ciias. 1). Lono, Shrewsbury, Mass.
Sold by nil druggists. $1; six for S3. Pre
pared by U. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell. Mass.
I0t Poses Ono Ilnllur
Ik Dei Record at Ik Health Office
Tho record ot the Health Office for January
21 shows 01 death icportcd. Of thoio 17
were from rXEUMONIA, ft from BRON
CHITIS. 4 from CONGESTION of the LUNOS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two cases tho
GRIP was gUcnnstbo vausoof death and
In ono "LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA" tt.isrc
coided The figure of tlioday beforoshowod
thnt over GO percent, of tho deaths were
caused by lung dkoast-s.
This Isnverylurgo showing of mortality
from lung dlscnes, especially tiom tho
For tho prevention of lung tioublesof all
kinds DOUGLMib' EMULSION is recom
mended, tho timely uso of which may avert
a serious illness, I nothing worse. Douglass'
Emulsion Is mado fiom Puio Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, combined with tho Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Snda. It U very pal-
atnule and easily digested.
Is a specific for W"cak Lung, Bronchial
Troubles nnd General Debility. Sufferers
from "La Grfppo" will find It will strengthen
tho Lungs, leliove tho Soreness of tlio Client
nnd quickly cure tho Cough io3ultlng from
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 73c.
:e:d"W"- x1. mebtz,
WHOLE3ALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
ion r sTitr.irr xoRTiiwrsr.
Adwtlsemenu tinder this htad, fourllnesor
Itis, 23 ctnli for one Insei lion; 60 cents for Ihttt.
17P1 R I ave n w. 17 rs $200 00
ion Conn ave, in rs soo oo
1413 Mass nvo, 17 rs and stable 200 00
UllKstnw.lSis 200 00
J!ns a-e, nr ISth. 17 rs 173 00
1CC0 10th st n w. 11 rs 103 CO
1228Mstnw, 15 rs 123 00
1100 Mass avo, 15 rs 12.5 00
1787 Q fit n w. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chnpln st n w, 13 rs '100 00
1742 P st n w. 12 rs 100 CO
1402Chapinstnw, 12 rs 73 00
lC4221ststnw,10rs 70 00
014 12th st n w. 10 rs GO 00
1801 21st st n w. 8 rs 50 00
1248 11th st n W. lOrs 60 W
Pst, ncar2lst,7is 60 oo
1(110 rorcon st u w.Ors 49 so
20.12 G tt n w, 10 rs 4000
3073 Met 11 w, and store, Ors 40 00
434N.Tavos e, 10 rs 40 00
143!iStoughtonst.8rs 33 00
2000Qstnw,2rs... ai 33
14iDbstn w.Ors M00
MOstnw, 10 rs so oo
131 Pierce Place n w, o rs 20 oo
Milst bt h w, 0 is 1100
ilS 1st its w, 0 rs 15 00
210 1st st 8 W. 7 rs , 15 00
Thoabovohonsescan bo examined by per
mit from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
13UFst. n. w.
1017 15th st n w. 12 rs. fur SI 50 00
1202Nstnw, 18 rs, fur 150 00
lCWHstn w, lOrs.fur 100 CO
3327 N st n w, 13 rs 60 00
732 21st et 11 W. 14 rs 4300
814 1st st n w, 10 rs 40 00
511 Spruce et 40 00
1304 T et n w. 8 rs 40 oo
1013 T stn w.Ors 30 50
71B9thetno,Grs 23 00
1810 etli stnw, 5 rs aud stable I8 60
CHAS. E. BANES,
TVltli John V. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and U sts. n. w.
170R RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX-
JU room frame houses, high and dry loca-
: nenr u
Inquire of A. BEUREND, 403 II
1 O ST SE, FOR RENT-A 7-ROOM BRICK
OX bouse, with mod. Imp., and coal vault
undor the pavement; convenient to tbo Capl-
lOKiwa per mourn.
Adrertlsements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for ont insertion; 50 cents for thret.
OR 'BALE-IN ALEXANDRIA.O ROOM
frame house, just finishing: livdrant in
yard; lot 10x115; snug home: price, $boo. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOJ1AS, noom No. 2, 013
T70H SALE-I nAVE JUST COMPLETED
JD building 1315 Htb st n w, and offer It for
sale at a fair price and on very easy terms.
It contains a first-class store and collar. '.ii
by 72 (cct, with a dwelling above consisting
of t rooms, bath and pantry; closets In nil
available placo; store and dwelling can bo
used to nomrr.unlcato or enthely separate;
all modern conveniences. For price and
terms arply to OEO. W. COCHRAN, 1115 Pa
IOR SALE-FRAME nOUSE COO IN 25
! foot alley, bet Cth and 10th and G and H
sts s w; 7 rooms: ball on both lloors; olosots
fronting tho Potomao; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot SO feet front by J.'l deep, 43 feet
from fth t. Apply within.
I7IOR SALE-TTIREE OF TnE CHEAPEST
' bouses In Washington, 100,108 and 110
11th st n e; two-story and basement, brown
stouo trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; cleotrlo
bells and gas: price, SS.soo each, $500 cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
170R8ALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
X' ner tiouio: 7 rooms; nanasomeiy
tiered: 1000 North CsroUna av. Worth $5,
COO. Will sell at a sacrifice or rent low,
1000 North Carolina ave.
OWNER, Room 20. B10 F st a w,
en o j A Kin
I N FANTS j-tffiRfc I NVALI DS.
riHOn H MfHI
Porfoct Substitute for Mother's Milk.
IN CHOLERA INFANTUM , NDTEETHINO.
A qnlclil nlintl!(Ml Tumi tor DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTRIENT In llnatlndlseM
REQUIRES NO COOKINO, KtlPS IN All CilMATCS.
St-NIi ,or am lixVTho Caro nnd Feedlngof
oc'"lnfnntB,"mn!dfroe to nj address.
DOLIDEtl-GOODALC CO., Bobton. Mas.
Atlttrtlttmrtitt uniter this htad, fourllntior
(tt, 25 ctntt for cnt insertion; 50 cents for three
W" ' ANTED-BV A (1O0B COLORED IAUN
dress, washing and ironing to do nt
home; references given. Apply 1818 N II nv.
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL TOR GEN
eral housework In a small family,
man, wife nnd boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant homo
nnd good wages assured. Apply nt No. 1003
O st n w.
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
, .draughtsman nnd twtrflrst-clnjs ma
chlnlits. CUTTER SAW CO., this onice,
ir ANTED-A WHITE COACHMAN WHO
I understands all about horos and can
giro good references. Addross S. H., care of
this olllce. giving namo and wages wanted.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE,
Sato, LIghttilng-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great eavoir falre, for literary
work. Large salary, Wrlto Loudon & Hart
ford Pub. Co., N. V.
ONE EXPERIENCE!) SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, ono who
has an noqualntnnco among Washington
camasers. to take exclusive control of tho
sale of "A Library of American Lltoraturo"
in Washington. This Is one of ttio most
salable works now on tho markot. Nino of
Its cloven largo octavo volumos aro now out.
This Is n grand opportunity for a first-class
roan ard wo nro prepared to makosurb a.
ono a very liberal offer. CHAS. L. WEB
faTER A, LO.. 3 East 14th St.. N. Y. city.
WANXJBBSIX UA. TXUNS.
Adrerllsttnmts vniter tnu htad.fmtr lines or
less, 25 cents for ont insertion; 60 cents for thres.
WANTED-BY A. SEAMSTRESS, SEWING
by tho day at home; willing to assist
with other woik; 60 cents a day. E. E. It.,
this office. '
WANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN, A
placo to do cooking and general house
woikjicfcrcncos furnished. Addiess FANNY
ALEXANDER. 1523 12th st n w.
ANTED-TO rU itCH A8E A GOOD
houso, with 7 or 8 rs, with all mod Imps.
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J. J. F., Board of Review, Bureau
WANTED-TO RENT-A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and If and 12th and 17th sts n w.
Address 11., this office, stating terms.
WAKXlinMlHOET. TA NKO VS.
Advtrtlsemenls tinder this head, four lines or
It. ?, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER.
WM. FHIEDERICK, Manufacturing
t.TClcr, 005 7th t n w.opposlteU. b. Patent
Olllrc; lino clock aud watch repairing a
si re July.
(llflA TO S300 WANTED FROM0 TO 12
')UW months; satifactory roferonco
cUen thnt the loancr will receive double thu
u- "iml loaned. Address 11. It.. thU ofllco.
7ANTED-TO BUY FOR CASn, LARGE
V or small lots of high value Nowspapcr,
Department or otl-er rare stamps; also col
ic i tlons ot Postage Stamps. Cailoraddiess
Bl BOER & CO., BD.Nassau st, Now York.
Advertisements vnder this head, fourllnesor
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for thus.
HANDSOME TURNISHED ROOMS, EN
suite or single, nt the Buckingham, 0X1
1Mb st n w. overlooking JlcPherson Squaio.
I70R RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
; mltaulo for gentlemen. No.003 M 8t n w.
Onn ARTHUR TLACE.N W, FIRSTnOUSE
A.lfi from II st Furnished rooms for gen
tit men; lent low to 'responsible parties who
ttill be permanent; convenient to tho Capitol.
Adiertltements under this head, fourllnesor
less, 25 cents for ont insertion; 50 cents for three.
V shelving, now In No. '.12Tthst a w;must
uu boiu at once, .flppiy ir; x&in w.
l.'OR 6ALE-A CHOICE LOT OP FINE
V Chi Utmns trees and evergreens Jut re
ceived from tho Sugar Island Nurery. Ever
greens sold by the yard, Call at II. T.
REirS, No. 820 Uth sc n W.
OR SALE-ST5-SPECIAL STAR. 51-INCH,
silent rachet. f nickel, absolutelr ner
ieci couuiiion. Auaress or appiy a st s o.
FOR SALE-7B SHARES OF THE "JUD
son Pneumatic Railway Stock." rieae
address A, at this, office, and raako a oash
JtJOlt SALE AND BEtfX.
I EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.
S-STORY BRICK AND FRAME D.0US3S FOR
1128 Oth stnw.bb, Ors $3,000
22:1 Indiana nvon w, b It, 0 rs 7.500
1731 19th stnw, bb, Drs 7,500
1220 Mass avo n w, Ih,8r3 7,110
'telstnw.lib.il rs 0.500
W6 Cth st n w. b h, 8 rs v..... 4,500
2211 nnd 2213 7th st n w, b li, 0 rs . . . 1 . . . . 4.000
8255 K st n w, b h, 10 rs !. .. Jl.OOO
118 20th st n w. b h, 8 H 1,500
llley between 21st and 22d,M and S sts
nw, bli.Ois ,.,,. 1,500
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
Kllto6S5 22dstnw, bb, Ors '.... .$(.500
4(3to4UBaar'8aUcyn w.bb.-l rs 4,oco
423 N st n w, f b, 5rs, and 2 bouses rear 4,000
l2SVstnw,bh.Grs ,. . 8,600
K1312thst 11 w, f h,7 rs ,... 8,775
Alley bet Oth and 7th, L and M sts n w,
Hi, 4 rs ?.... 3,500
CO I, stnw, b h, ml, Vrms 3.5C0
tstOHNstll W.bll.ml, 7rs 8.800
424 8th st s w. f h, 5 rs 2,000
1818 and 1820 Lawrence st n w, f h,ft rs.. 2,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains. ...S 1.000
Cor Va ave and 24th st n w... , 2,700
16th st, bet B and Cuts Be ,..,, 1.S0O
A st.betlttllUDil Uth sts so 1,350
10th st, bet E Capitol and A stsse 1,000
Mount Pleasant , $ 40
B nnd C, 20th and 2lst sts n w 40
5th st, bet Va avo and Gsts 0...., 30
1st st, bet O and P sts s w 10
HOUSES FOR RENT.
707 E Cap st, Ors, poss. March 17 $33 50
810 N Carolina avo s e, 8 rs 25 00
HI D st s w, 7 rs 2000
NSOstno, 7 rs 20 00
40011thst sw.Srs 18 00
130241 BtS W.Ors 13 SO
227 0 stnw, Ors 15 00
1320 Est so, 5 rs 11 00
413 to 411 Temple Court s w, 4 rs 8 so
SS32Pttnw,S IS 7 00
STORES, OITICES, ETC.
Storeroom llllFstn w $100 00
Storeroom 1110 Fst nw 123 00
015 F st nw, front rm, 2d floor 50 00
Hall. d floor, 12th and E sts n w 50 00
0th and Pa ave. rm 18 23 00
Strand dwg Btlinnd Kslsuo 2-2 00
Strnnddwgssosdstn o CO 00
btnblo rear fill II st 11 w 10 CO
Stablo, alley bet 0thnud7tli,T3 and 1'
stsn w 1000
4C8 La ave, 3d lloor, 1 backroom 0 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U.S,bonds;5andO per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
The above is only n portion of tbo proporty
on my books, For full list call at office for
bulletin, issued on tbe 1st and 15th.
THE FINE OYSTER SLOOP AND YACHT,
Ella Trcadwcll, for rent, for saloor ox
change for other property at Bennett's shlp
yard. foot of 11th st a w.
FOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFIOB
rooms, with steam beat, for ront lathe
Builders' Exobange building, 1121(1 stnw.
Apply on tbo promises to tbo SUPERINTENDENT.
Vr cna O lull
MB" m Wf 'II 'H
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Beta In Poplar from 1G up. I Ingrain Carpets from 35c. up.
Bedroom Bets in Oak or Cherry from .
Bedroom Sets In Walnut from MO.
Torlor Suits In Hair Cloth or Plush,
GROGAN'S, 739 and 741 7th St. N. W.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gas Boilers at 11.15 and 11.50 for Instantly making Ton 01 OoSoa.
For largo and small families. Jnit tbe stove for anmmer uso, as yon extinguish a
the Instant tbe cooking Ii doae. JFor sale by ths
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY',
413 Tenx-blo. S-taceet 2ST- "W
PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVING COUNTY
ROADS IN THU DISTRICT OF COLUM
BIA. OrnrE or the CoMMissroNEns '
op the Distiuct oj- Columbia,
Washington, I). C, Feb. 1, IBM.
will bo received nt tills ofllco until 12 o'clock
ro. on MONDAY, FEBRUARV 10, 1800. for Im
proving county roads by grading, gutters and
Blank forms of proposals and specifications
can bo obtained nt this ofllco upon applica
tion therefor, together with all ncoessary In
formation, and only bids upon those forms
will bo considered.
Tho right Is rcscn ed to reject any and all
bids or parts of bids.
J. W. DOUGLASS,
L. G. niNE.
Commissioners I). C
lilt UVATIOXA T..
THEBERLIT7, SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 14th St. n. w.
JlOatcrm. Trial lesions troe. Send for
Branches in Now York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Loulsvlllo, Paris,
France; Berlin and Dresden, Germany.
rpnE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
KjcU act from a private tetter:
"In reply to your request for my advlco as
to a good Fchool for your daughter, I can
wllh confidence recommend Mr. asd Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington.
D. C. The standard of scholarship there Is
high, the Instruction thorough and tho Influ
enced good, L. Q. C. LAin,
Justice U. S. Supremo Court."
Tbe school ononsSept.SO. an2S-dstJ
'OR SALE-SOUTH BROOKLAND.
With Cltvbtieets. Avenues nnd Circles.
FOR SALE We hnvo about 100 Lots. Mxl V)
feet each, left In that beautiful subdivision
known as South Brookland, which is In con
formity wltli the plau of tho city, having
streets 00 feet and avenuos 130 feet wide.
1 his subdlWslon Is south of and adjoining
Brookland. convenient to the Metropolitan
Binnch Railroad and Electrlo cars, near the
University aud Soldiers' Homo. Tho lots
now left will bo sold nt the low price of
from 4 to 10 cents per foot on easy terms.
I'or plats and further Information upply to
WM.O. DENISON. IJ F tt n w, orto RED
FORD W. WALKER, 1007 F st n W.
170R SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
1 on Tcnnallytown Road and Woodley
Lano, opposlto Oak View. Elcetrlo railway
tracks now laid to thoe lots, which havo
sidewalks In Iiont and gas mains. Pileos
lower than asked for other lots In Immediate
vicinity. Small ca.h paymonts. Monthly or
yearly time given at 5 per cent. Interest.
BEAI.L, BROWN & CO.. 1321 F St.
MUXEY TO X.OAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-class securities at lowest rates ot
rest. No delay where security Is good.
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
title CO., 470 l.a ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARK Au
thorized by the United Security Llfo In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on Improved proporty In
Wabhington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
kct value, with or without llfo Insurance.
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly In
stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 years. In
many Instances tbo payments aro less than
the rental of a houso. F. U. SMITH Si SON,
1222 Fstn w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums to suit
On Approved Real Estate Security.
B. H. WARNER & CO.,
CHS F nt. n. w.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers Islntftod to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In doslgnsof
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT,
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his large stock of
CHASE, OABLER, WHKKLOOK, BIUGOS,
BEUNINCJ and other Pianos.
Tho Wonderful Self-Playing ASollan Organ,
STORY & CLARK, CLOUGH WARREN
Sold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet mnslo and musical merchandise at
tbo old stand. 025 Pa. ave.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deed for Every State
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
Office Hours, 9 to B,
1D31 V Street N. W. Tolopaono No. Ml-S.
Free of Charge.
j Extra Supor Ingrain from 50c.
Brussels Carpet from 75c.
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally conceded by oven tho
most fanatical teetotalers that a glass of
thoroughly matured und pure wine Is tho
most wholesome, health and strength-giving
beverage for mankind. Almost every Htato
no matter how cold Us climate producos
grapci from which wine Is prcsied, but THE
PASADENA WINES are mado from thoso
luscious 60UTHERN CALIFORNIA grapos
which attain the hlghost grade of maturity
nnd ripeness and are therefore tho bost wlnos
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 aud 1202 Peinia. Are. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho solo agent for the raadena Wines
nndlliandles nnd sell at marvclouMy low
prices. I havo received orders from rlon and
jioor alike nnd all cheerfully acknowledge
that tho Paa"dena Wines and Brandlcnro
by far tho best and puiost in the District,
notwithstanding the lact that my prices uro
the very lowest.
Jly 20 per cent, removal discount will bo
Please compare rny prices with those
, 1 JO
, 1 50
Claret, extra qatllty
Sherry (Golden o-Pale)...,
Sherry " " ' ex
Brandy, very old ,
Brandy, very, very old...,
Chauipagno, quarts, doz,.
Champagne, pints, 2 doz..
iH ftrpeb Jftfo snd
200 1 CO
1 50 1 20
2 00 1 00
4 00 3 20
500 4 CO
10 00 8 00
1 to 1 20
12 00 9 CO
13 00 10 40
YIRGINIAAIO) nOTEHAMEHIOAN WINKS
Virginia Clarot $1 00 $0 80
N01 ton's Virginia Seldllug,
per doren -. 4 00 3 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) CO 80
I carry tno largest stocftoflmported Wlnos,
Coimacs. Gin'". Jamaica and bt. Crolr Rums
l and all thoFicnch Cordials, Including tho
ecienratea attcr-uinncr coraiai, ukc-hl 11c
ilENTHE (Cream of Mint), green or orange.
The oldest Ityu. Bourbon nnd Importod
Wiilskles can always bo fouud at mystoie.
I enumerate a few:
Montleello Pure Rye.
Perfection Pure Ryo.
nannlsTllln Pure live
In Demijohns or
Old Kentucky Sour Mash. J
feoicii wiusisy, 01a
tcotcn Whisky, very old....
ecoicu wiusxy, very, very
-old 10 00
Irish Whisky, old 0 00
Irish Whisky, very old 7 60
Irish Whisky, very, very old. 10 00
German Roggen Brantweln. 6 00
I make a specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing and Jelly Wines and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
UII.T KDOB or
And you will always have beautiful Bread.
Rolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QALT ft CO.
503 D street northwest,
Washington, D. O,
Webster Law Building,
Kmldeno 1218 H ttreet northwest.
f CERES IS
Tlio Ureal Pennsylvania Iloute
To the North, West, and Southwest,
Double Trook, Splendid Sconory.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equlpmont.
In Errr.cr .lANUAnT 1st, 1800,
Trains lenvo Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, ns follows;
Fon l'irrnvno nnd tho West. Chicago
Limited BxMessof Pullman Vostlhulcd I'ara
at 10.50 a m dally; Fast Lino, 10.50 n m dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars
rrom Pittsburg to Cincinnati, nnd Sleoplna
Cars Hnrrliburg lo Indlanaiioll: dally, ex
cept Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car
Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago nnd
Cliulnnall Express, 3.00 11 m. dally. Parlor
Car Wnfhlngtdii to lliurMnire, and Sleeping
Cars llarrlsburg lo St, Louis. Chicago and
Cincinnati, nud Dining Car Harrliburg to St,
Louis. Western Express, nt 7.40 p m dally,
with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
nnd St. Louis, connecting dully nt UarrU
burg with through Sleepers for I.otilsrlllo
and Memphis. Paclllo Express 10.00 p in
dally, for Pittsburg and tho West, with
through Slcopcr to Pittsburg, nnd Pittsburg
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Ton KANr. Cnnandalgua. Rochester nnd
Niagara Fnlls dally, nxcept Sunday. 8.10 a m.
Foil Emu. Cnnnndalgiiii nnd Rochestor
dally; for Buffalo nnd Niagara dally, except
t-aturday, 10.00 pm.,wlthsicep!tigCar AVash
ington to Rochester.
ron Wii.i.iAjisroiiT, Look Haven nnd El
mlro, nt 10.50 a in dally, oxeept Sunday.
Ton Wii.i.tAi.roiiT dally. S'!0 p m.
rem 1'im.ATiM.FiiiA, Now Yorknnd tlio East,
7.20,0.00. 11.00 and 11.10 nm.2,10,n.20, 4.10
10.C0 and 11.20 p m. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a
m, 2.10, 8 20. 110. 10 00 nnd ll.20pm. Llmltod
Express of Pullman Pnrlnr Cars, 0.40 a m
dnlly,.ex(opt Sunday, and 4 pin dally, with
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrns, 8 10 a m weok days, nnd 8.10
p m dnlly. Accom , 0.00 p m dally.
FonBosTON, without cliango, 8.20 p m ovory
Fon BnooKi.TN, N. Y.. all through trnlns
connect at Jercov City with boats or Brook
lyn Annex-.ntroidlngdfrecttransfer to Fulton
Ptrcct.'nvoldlDg double forrlago across Now
York city. "31..
Fon ArrAs-rio Cm-, 41.40 a m wcolc days,
H.20 pm dally.
Foil BAi.Tinnc. 0.85. 7.20. A. 10. 0.00.11 M.
A0M, 11.00 and 11.40 n m, 12 05, 2.10, 8 20. 3M,
i.iv.q.w, .-v, 4., u.iiu, v.iu, b.iu, lu.uu and
11.20 p.m. on Sunday 0.00, n.05, 10.50, 11,40
am, 2 10, 3.20, 8.00, 4.00, 4.10, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10
10.C0 and 11.20 p.m.
l'on Pore's Cih:f.k Line, 7.20 a m and 4.10 p.
m dally, except Sunday,
Fon Annapolis, 7.20, 9. a m, 120" and 4.20
P m daily, oxeept Sunday. Sundays, 9.03 a m,'
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
in ErrECT Kovuinsn 18, 1889.
Fon Ai.r.XATinniA, 4.SO, 0.35, 7.4V 8.40, 0.45,
10.i; urn, 12.01 noon, 2.03, 4.15, 4.23. 4.53.6.01
8.02. 10.03 nnd 11.37 p ra. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.4S. 0 45, 10 57 a m, 2.30, 4.15, O.01, 8.03 and
10 03 p in
A tco.11 jiopation ron Qoantico, 7.43 a m and
4.5.1 p tn weok days. 7.45 a m Sundays.
l'on llicinioNnnncl tho South, 4.30, 1017 a
m daily, and 4,15p m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.53 p m weok days.
TjiiANRlcavo Aloxandrla for Washington.
0.03, 7 05, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 n m; 1.20, 3.00,
B.10, 0.10, 7.05, 0.20, 10.82, 10.4.2 and 11.03 p
m. On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07am; 2.00,5.10,
0 10. 7.05, 9.20, 10 32 and 10.42 p m.
Tickets and Information nt the ollleo, north
cast corner of 13th ctrcct and Pennsylvania
avenue, and attho station, whero orders can
bo loft for the checking of baggago to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
chas. k. ruan, j. n. wo6d.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent;
Baltinioro & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In oITeot Deo 29, I860.
Lcavo Washington from Station corner of
New Jersey avenue nnd C street.
Fon CnicAoo and Northwest, Vestlbulod
Limited express daily 1120 a m, oxpress 0:30
Fon Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and HiTOpm.
l'on PiTTsnuno and Cleveland, Vestlbuled
Limited express daily 11:!0 a m and express
Fon Lkxinoton and Local Stations, 71050
Fon WiKcnrsTEn and Wny Stations, t3.D0
Ton LunAT, 8:40 p m .
Fon Baltimore, week days, 4.00. 5 00, C.JO,
7.20, 8.00,920, 9.45 (11.00, 12 00. 43 minutes),
a m, 12.10, 2 CO. 2.30 (45 minutes), 3.l3(43-min-Utcs).
3.25, 4.25, 4 SO, 4.35, 6.80. 0.20, 7.10, 7.45,
9.00, 10.30 nnd 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.20,
S.E0, 9 20, 0.13 am, 12 00 (13 minutes). 1.15,
2.00, 2.30 (43-minutes), 188.8.131.52,4.83, 0.20,7.10,
7.43, 0 00, 10.80 and 11.S0 p m.
I'nn Way Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, B 00, 0.40, 8.80, a m, 12.10, 3.23,
4.33, 0 0, 11.SO p m. 6undays, 8.30 a m, 1.13,
3 25. 4 85, C.20, 11 80 pm.
Trains leavo Baltlmoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.80, 7.20, 7., 8.00, 8.30,
9.15 nnd 10.15 nm: 12.C0, 12.15, 1.50,2.10. 3 W,
Y.1U, t.U. U.W. U.W, U.U, (.1U. ,.uU, 0,jU,0,uO,
10.20, 10.23 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.43, 8.80,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00. 12.50, 1.50, 2.10, 1.13.
5.00, 0 20, 7.10, 7.80. 8.30. 8.33, 10.20. 10.23 and
11.C0 p m.
Ton ANNAroiis, 0.40 a m, 12.10, 4.23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.80 a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40. a m. 12.03, 8.50 p m. faundays,
8.37 am, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
0,45, ilO.SO a m, 1.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tlO.30 a m, tl.OO and ts.80 n m.
Fon RocKViiiE nnd way stations, tl.83 p m.
Fon GAjTiiEitsBuno and Intermediate points,
0 00 a m, tl CO, 5.35. tll.83 n m.
Ton Boyd's and Intermediate stations. 7.00
Ciicncii train leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
Fon FnEDEniCK, 0.45. 11.20 a m, t3.10, tl.80
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon IliOEiiaiowK, til. 20 a. m. and 3.S0
TnAiNS arrive from Clilcago dnlly 11.13 a ra
nnd 4.03 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3,43 a m and 1.50 pm; from Tlttsburg
7,10 a m. 0 50 p m dally,
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New Yohk. Trenton, Newark and
Ellrabeth, N. J., 4.00, 18.00, 9.20, 12.00 a m,
.'.80, 4.20 nnd 10.80 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains, bleeping Car on the
10.30 pm, open at 9.00 pm.
Foit 1'iiiLAPELriiiA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4 CO, 18,00, 0 20, 12.00 a m,
2.f.P, 4.20, 7.10 and I0.80 pm.
Fon iNTrniiEDiATK toints between Balti
more and Philadelphia, 3.00 and $7.20 a m,
12.00, 3.15 p ra.
Tiiains ixave New York for Wtuhlngton,
S.SO.ll.OOa m, 2.00, 3.20, 3.00 p m and
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10 R m,1.33, JO, 0.03. 7.10
Fon Atlantic City, T4.00 a m and 12.00ra.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12.00 noon.
Exeept Sunday. Dally. JSundayonly.
Baggago called for and checked from ho
tels ard residences by Union Transfer Co. on
ordeisleft nt tlckot offices, C10 and 1331 Pa.
avo, and nt Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Tass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route,
Schedule In effect May 12, 13S9.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and B
streets, 10.67 a m for Newport News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrtvoin
Old Point at G.05 p ra, and Norfolk at C.35
11:24 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestlbulo Sleopors through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.83
0.40 p m F. F. V. Vestlbnlo Special, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without cbango to Cincinnati. Vostlbulo
Sleeper for Lexington and Loulsvlllo.
Ofllco, 618 Pennsylvania avenue.
H. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
coniMiaaioNEiia op debus.
SB. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
, Statos and Territories, 458 La. ave., opp.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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