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THE "WARniXOTOX (TvITTO, TUESDAY EYEXIXO, FETJttUATtY 4, 1890.
THi: VKUY X'tllST I'.NdlNi:.
Ilio Ainu Mlm Hri I'ii nml IIhii tlio
J'.nillcut I.iimiiiiiiIIto III Amorlcrt,
Horatio Allen, tlic well-known civil
engineer, miller wlne direction tlio
JJt locomotlvo bionght to America.
ttfis tuiill nml inn, died at Ills homo In
Moult ope, IV. J , icccntly, saj-s tho New
Yotk Tribune. Jlo entered Columbia
College In IttJl, nnd vns qriuhmtcil ncav
the hcml of liln clnss in 18'.'!), Inking
wticclally high rank in physics.
In f(.'ilctnbcr, 18W, thc'llist success
hil locomotive wns put In operation on
the Hlcckton nnd Darlington llnllroad,
In Knglnnd, liy George Stephenson.
'1 ho news ot Its succcm" reached this
lountry early in 1820, and so greatly In
Uioleil Sir. Allen that he decided tORo
to Kuropo nnd study this new motive
power Ho received an appointment
from tho Dclnwnrc nnd Hudson Com
pany as contracting UKcnt, to purchase
in Kntilanil tho rnllroad Iron lcipilrcd to
biiihl leu miles ot road from tlio com
puny mines in the LnrUnwnnnli Vnllcy
to llio Lncknwnxcn, u trlbutnry of the
Dclnwnrc, nnd also nuthorlly to pur
chase three locomotives for the new
rnilrond, to bo built on plans to bo de
cided on by him.
fllr Allen, on arriving at Liverpool,
mndc thu ncipinintancc of Oeorjrc Ste
phenson, wllli whom ho consulted in
the carrying out of his plans. Two of
the locomotives wero ordered from Sir.
Stephenson and one from l'otcr, Ilna
trlck fc Co. of Stourbrldcc. It wns tho
latter the Sloiirbridgo Lion that was
the liiht locomotlvo ever run in Amer
ica. The locomotives were received In
New York iu tho winter of tS'JS.'SO, set
up nnd tested while suspended hi thu
nlr, mid it wns not until August, 182!),
that they were taken to the rond for
which they were built. This rond ter
minated at lloncbdalc, l'n nnd rim
about COO yards iu a straight line, then
crowing tho Lacknwnxcn Creek by n
sharp curve of 700 yards radius.
"When tho Stourbridge Lion wns
HvuDg in tlio air preparatory to being
placed on tho track ft was discovered
ior the first llmo that the axles hud an
unyielding parallel position, nnd that
there was no truck with kingbolt that
would permit of tho engine accommo
listing itself to the curve of the road.
Puitlicr, thu rond had been built of
green limber in long lengths and tho
timbers had warpcu considerably In
places. Nevertheless Mr. Allen was
confident that all would bo well. He
tried in vnin, however, to get tvu en
gineer to run tho locomotive, and no
ofllclnl of tho road would risk his life
in the apparently foolhardy enterprise.
3Ir Allen then noted as engineer him
self, nnd ran the locomotive thrco miles
down the track and returned In safety.
JJ A I. AC'S LITKKAIIY IlIKTItOD.
U'lcaro" Toll How Ue Sorllibtcil Off
Uulzac's method of working was cc
c entile. Vclgraua says that when ho
had well considered tho subject upon
which he proposed to write he would
cover soino thirty or forty pages with
id ops nnd phrases. These he would
i-end to tho printer, who returned proof
f-hects pasted upon large sheets of paper.
The work wns then corrected.
On a second reading the forty pages
crew to a hundred, and so on, while on
th;c proof sheets now lines would start
from tho beginning, middle or end of ii
phiasc, nnd if tho margins were insuf
licicnt other sheets were added, until ut
last the work was- satisfactorily com
pleted. A specimen of Uulzac's "proof"
has the appearance of a geographical
map with its rivers, estuaries and lakes;
or perhaps it even more closely resem
bles a complicated railway system in
whicn the lines cross and ree'ross each
other in n manner that would almost
Tho most graphic description of this
realist at wont is to be found in an
article in tho Figaro of December 13,
1637. called "Tho Misfortunes and Ad
ventures of Cesar Blrotteau Before IBs
Birth." It would appcur thnt Figaro
promised the book for December 13,
nnd Bnlznc only began it on November
17. Tho printing press wns prepared.
Balzac immediately sent in 200 sheets,
"scribbled" in fivo nights of fever.
"Everyone knows how ho writes," says
Figaro. "It was an outline, a chaos,
art apocalypse, a Hindu poem.
Tho time was short; no one could make
head or tail of tho writing, but it wns
transposed as nearly as possible Into fa
miliar signs. The author sent hack tho
first two proofs pasted on enormous
It was frightful. From each sign,
from each printed word, shot a pen
stroke, gliding llko a skyrocket and
bursting at the extremity of a luminous
fire of phrases, epithets, substantives,
underlined, crossed, intermingled, erased
and superposed. Its appearance is sim
ply dazzling. The ollico was
far from gay. Tho typesetters beat
their breasts, the presses groaned, Iho
proofreaders tore their hair." Tlio
proofs were sent back seven consecutive
times; and then a "few symptoms of
excellent Ficnch" appeared, and there
wis ob erved a certain connection be
iwtcn tho phrases; but the day
December 13 was fast approaching,
and it was fell that tho book would
never appear. But Balzac aud Figaro
kept their word with tho public, and
"Cesar Birotteau1' saw the light on tho
date agreed upon. It was composed,
written and corrected fifteen times by
the author in twenty days. In a letter
in-which ho speaks of an attack of neu
ralgia hu says; "I wrote 'Cesar Birot
teau' with my feet in mustard; I am
now writing 'Lcs Paysans' with my
head in opium."
A D1JAD MAN DISCLOSES A CIUBIU.
Singular Confession of a Cherokee
There is a story told in Cherokee
County that makes a dead man disclose
n murder committed by himsclt while
In life. Tho story goes that a Scotch
trader pushed his way up into the heart
of tho Cherokee country far in advance
of other white Incursions. He took to
wife u squaw of tho tribe and by her
had two sons. Ho was shrewd in busi
ness, and when in years after other
white men began to come he made use
of his kinship with tho whites and his
acquaintance with the Indians to turn
both to account.
On his death ho willed all he had to
his two sons, with the proviso that
neither one should marry against the
wUhes of the other. The elder brother
was hardy, grasping and tacitiirn,wbllo
the youngest was soft-hearted and im
pressionable. As a conscqucnco it was
not long befoio tho latter wanted to
All right," said his elder brother,
"but I want you to go on a trip with
me to Savannah first.''
Tho proposed trip was made known,
and a few 'days later, when the houso
was seen closed up, no attention was
jiuld to It. A week later tho elder
biothcr alono returned. Ho stated thnt
they had gotten into ti fight with soino
Indians, in which tho younger had been
hilled. From that time on the elder
brother, whose name was Tom, grew
mora morose nnd kept within his house.
Ills aversion to visitors was so great that
toon ho had nono, and even when ho
Old walk out people would pas? a long
jvsy around him,
IntUIJji;lea-yC&rs passed, wb.cn.
1 rm "Hi (i'pcrtil( ly ill and died. Tho
kind henrleil fiontlcrMiicn gntliercd
iiround thu dead mini's tied nnd wero
tnlking about his lire. Wlillo one of
the pity wnsiccnllliig tlio trip of tho
biotliers toSnvnnnnh, suddenly tho form
of an Indian, fully armed, stood on tho
thiC'holil, motionless nnd llko nstntuc,
villi not n feature stlrrlnc '
"(lo '" exclaimed n voice.
It wns the dead man who spoke.
There he sat erect, with eyes fixed upon
the figure, and with his index linger
pointing to tlio door of an Inner room.
The Retire of tho Indian disappeared
In that direction. The corpse fell bnclc
Into Its position nnd dead silence lclgucd
for fully tm minutes. At Inst the
speaker, who hud been interrupted, said-
"Let us examine that room."
The door ns opened nnd tho Indian
was gone. Not n tlgn wns to bo seen,
Tho floor disclosed nothing suspicious.
Then in exnuitnntlon wns begun. A
rough place wns found, which Indicn
tril that once the boards had been torn
on". An axo was secured and tlio lion.nl
waprlcil fioiu its place, when tumbling
out ill (ci it came the skull nnd fr.ime of
a human being.
At last tho mystery wns solved. The
thcoiy nnived nt was that ns this wns
tho room In which the younger brother
had slept, it wns tho o'no iu which he
had been killed j thnt Tom had hired
tho Indian to do the bloody work, mid
that tlio scene which thu watchers hnd
jut witnessed was but n repetition of
the one in which tho young man had
lost his life. Atlanta 'Constitution.
You ran order Tun Uiiitic by postal card.
It will bo sent to jour address every even
ing for 85 cents.
John SJ.mitu Is tho happiest man that I
Hut wasn't ho tiluc, though, nut thrco
"Mywlfo's running down just as fast as
And tlio doctors can't liclp her," and then
tills poor man
Almost cried as lie thought of the poor,
ho seemed to bo losing her hold upon
"Smltti, I know Just how you feci," Bald
a friend to whbm lie told Ills sad story.
"My wlfo was troubled precisely as yours
is. I don't Just understand It, because I'm
not a woman, but her back 'pained her, and
she complained of dragglng-down feelings
and n general weakness, audi know Unit
aho had somo of tlioso diseases women are
subject to, and had 'cm bad, too. I read
about Dr. ricrco's Favorite Prescription
ono day, and tho first, tlmo I was at tho
drug 6toro 1 bought a bottle of It and took
homo to her. It worked vtondcrs. In a
short tttno elic said sbo felt like another
Ionian, and she began to hope that thero
was relict for her, after all. 8ho kept ou
taking tlio medicine for a time, and now
sho'swcll. Oct a bottlo ot tho 'Prescrip
tion' nnd try It on your wife."
"I will." said Smith. And be did. and It
cured ber, aud that's why bo's so happy to
day. Portable Houso-i.
What curious industries aro evolved Iu
tbo United States! Over twenty concerns
arc now making poitablo houses. These
arc so constructed by machinery that thoy
can bo taken apart, packed eoliil and
shipped llko lumber to imy part of thn
world. Thanks to labor-saving Inventions,
n man can put up a handsomo homo, made
In this manner, Iu the lids of Texas or tbo
Alaskan forests for less than half what It
would cost to erect o;ic made by tbo me
chanics of his neighborhood. Tticso port
ablo dwellings, strange to say, arc more ap
preciated In foreign countries than In our
own. They co to tho West Indies, Mexico,
South America, and in tho past six months
have begun to ho exported to the new-born
Congo State. iWu X'tn-k Star.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrun should
always ho used lor children teething. It
soothes tho child, softcn3 tho gums, allays
all pain, cures wind colic, and it Is tho host
remedy for diarrhoea. 23c. a bottle.
Call up telephone No. 251-2 and order
The Ckitic delivered to you for !i3 cents a
tTli.r Ifo Movotl Not.
Young man (with a glance at Johnny,
vho has remained In the parlor all even
ing) I seo tho Ilov. John Jasper Is mis
taken, Mies Ilj'lo. Tho son does not move.
Young Lady (coldly) He moves, Mr.
I'lpsley, when tho right Joshua comes
alone Chicayo Tribune.
"J0 40' or fight." See "War" Robert
son's advertisement In Tun Sunday Cap
ital. You can order The Ciutic by postalcard
It will bo sent to your address every even,
lug for So cents.
of pure Cod Llvor OH with llpo
ptiosphlteo of Lima and, Soda la
almost no palatable as mil.
Children enjoy It rather than
otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It Is Indeedf and the
little lads and lassies who take oold
easily, may be fortlflod against a
couch that might prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion after their
meals during the winter season.
JIf irme ofiuVHitutions ami Imttatlont.
EXTRACT OF MEAT.
For improved and economic
cookery, use It for Soups, Sauces
and Muile Dishes- In flaror, m
comimrablc, and dissolves perfectly
clear in water. Makes delicious
Iiccf Tea and keeps in all climates
for any length of tlmo. 1 In equal
to -10 lbs ot lean beef. Only sort
U. IU UVC4, uuij cum
by Justus von Lto
big and beats bis
signature In blue,
You will NaioAAms m m U
WZ THE B
And will euro
CREAM BALM hay-fever
A particle is applied Into each nostril nnd is
ngn cable. Price, CO cents, at Ilrugnlstsi by
mull, registered, CO cents, ELY BROTHERS,
50 WarTen st tow York.
Ucoaest, ltUthlcrt,ao.tBullafictonr HAIHOMSMM.
BilKS IUIU (IROir. QuU-kl j rnnort PwiTrulf od Scalp
lacuea. tllllOT8Til u4 loukliieK. hakiudtho la
lUlUnTOD'tJlVIX COUIU d Llt-KC, UIUT, ViPIIU HUB.
iu & tn umiki u Teiut wmi, or luiita itm for oo. fry
;saafijr M miiw uranamiir, now Vint
8i'i:i:n of .vriiAMsntrs.
Werner Thinks the Mmlt IU
Nenrlj Ilccn Ueiichml.
The possibilities oT obtaining nrr In
creasing speed with steamships seem,
nt (list sight, ns limitless ns the ocenn
nn which they ilont; but, Jlr. J. It.
Wcnicr, writing for the Contcmpifirj
llcrinr, says that, llko nil else, they
must end somewhere. At ono tlmo It
wns supposed thnt tlicio must bo a
limit In size, beyond which mnteilala
did not exist of sulllrlent strength to
enable steamers to bo built. But wood
was superceded by iron nml iron in Its
turn by steel, nnd thero yet remain the
possibilities of mnngnncsc, bronze nnd
aluminum. Then it wns supposed thnt,
ns engines got bigger, the momentum
of the huge moving musses of their
cranks nnd rods would shako the ships
to pieces; but practical engineers
laughed nt this, paid n littles more atten
tion to tlio design nnd bnlnnce of their
engines, nnd, ns they Increased In sts-e,
divided their power nnd ndoptcd twin
Then enmc the alarm that no ships
could enny tho enormous quantity of
conl necessary to keep up their speed
for the inn ncross to America; but,
ngnlu, tho engineers were equal to the
occasion, nnd engines were first com
pounded, then tripled, nnd finally Sev
ern! qundiuplc expansion engines have
been built, while every ncrvols strained
to attain economy of fuel in other di
rections. Competition waxed fierce nnd strong
ami ship owners became anxious lest
tho demand for speed should render
their boats unrcmuncratlvc through the
great reduction in the cargo space
caused by the enormous bunkers. But
still tlio nice has gone on, nnd the pas
senger traffic across the Atlantic is as
suming such enormous proportions that
it is becoming a question whether it
will not soon'be possible to build nnd
run boats for passengers only across the
Atlantic, as is now done ncross the
Straits of Dover, and yet mnko them
Isext came a cry thnt ships were get
ting too large to enter tho docks, but
new and deeper docks were snecdily
built and the entrance of others widened;
till now, at last, it seems as if the end
would only come in view when ships
get too big to bundle or the power of
a ITT 8VE01A.ZH.
lluy Your Morchnmllse at Home.
Tlioro Is no Rood or justldablo roason why
any ono residing In this city should ro to
Now York to make their purchases. It you
need anything In tho furniture lino, uphal
ftory, ilccciatlons, Ao. ro direct to IIourIi
Ion & Co 'b representative establishment, at
1218 and 12'.!0 F stroct northwest, and thero
you will find oxuetly the samo class of pouts
ttat will ho shown you In Now York, and at
tho same prices, and thereby save time,
money and vexation of spirit, and at tho
samo tlmo assisting to build up ono of tho
handsomest cities In the world.
limlden'H lleprocmitatlvu Installment
This reliable Installment establishment, at
1)30 and 033 Sovcntli streot, ha a completo
stock of all kinds of merchandise that Is io
qiilred to furnish a wcll-reRiilatcd household
at cash nrlces on tho Installment plan, and
dictate your own terras.
l'or WasliInRton Dres.oil Floor
so to John 11. Kelly, stalls G2S, 033 nnd Oil Con
tic Markot,and MOO and COS Northern Liberty,
turned beef n specialty.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cor. 11th nnd F 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 writfen
description of theartlcle lost
WOODWARD & LOTHUOP.
NEW EFFECTS IN BLACK RIBBONS.
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.
tMdths..SJ,Si,3 nnd 41 Inches.
Prices. . .85, 32 S'i and BOo.
style II Is a combination of Satin, Valllo
at d Muscovite of equal proportions. .Excel
Trices ... .3fc. S3c. and 40c. per yard.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
PARIS "NOVELTIES" IN EXCLUSIVE
PATTERN ROUES FOR TIIE faPRINU
SEASON OF 1800. Tho Indications aro that
tho Corded Robes will bo tho most fashion
able of nil tho sprlnc woolens. Thoy aro
beautiful, stylish and dressy. Tho colorings
aro the latest 1'ailsian tints. We can only
name over a few of tho most conspicuous
"Novelties." Robes with variegated corded
dcslRns, suoh aa palms, ferns, etc.
Robes with Illuminated corded designs, tho
bottom flnlshod with Gceok corded border
traced in tinsel.
Robes with handsomo corded doslgns of
ring-work and sot figures of uppliquo vel
vet. Roboswlth attractive corded deslcms In
the Eiffel and Vandyke effects, (lnlsliod at
tho bottom with Greek border ot corded
plush run with tinsol.
Wo might contlnuo almost Indefinitely. Let
tlicso sullice. Thero is .'i yards of tho corded
material, with sufficient plain for eomploto
suit. I'rlco SIS ro to $M.
WOODWARD is LOTIIROP.
SPECIAL VALUES IN DRESS GOODS.-M-lnoh
All-wool Scotch Plaid Serges, in ex
tremely desirable colorings, aro offered at
tho exceedingly low price of&Oo. per yard.
Remember tho width, Bl Inches. These plaids
mako very stylish suits, especially If tho
skirt bo accordion plaited.
42 Inoh French Surges In acttraotlvo stripes
and checks.TBo. per yard.
Being out of rogular dollar quality of
Broadcloth, we ha o filled the void by drop
ping tho 81-25 quality to that price. A grand
value at n dollar.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
NEW GOODS IN THE ART DEPART
MENT. Dark, rloh-colored Droadoloth Ta
ble Covers, stamped in our nowest and best
designs for omhrnlderinir, 75c. 81. S3, S1.C0,
81.75. $2, 33.25, S2.&0. $2 75 and $3.
Bolton Sheeting Bedspreads, stamped In
ccntro and corners, In new designs for em
broidering. Two yards long, S-i 21 yards
Second floor, annex.
Cor. lltli and F Sts. N. W.
Advertisement! under IMi head, four line or
lot, 'a emit for one insertion: 50 cents for thru.
tunes and accompaniments In ono
quarter. SO. McOaULEY MOORR, 1715 P
at, 717 2Ut st.
OW IS THE TIME. WK
"blip monev" for ironta flrat-olAaa seo-
t m , v ... r B..ii." -- -1., -.
onu-nana cioiuing. Aaaresa or call
JUSTU'S OLD BT AND, 019 D Bt. n. Vf.
drhlng them atlnlns such vast propur
lions as to niako It Impossible to build n
ship lnrge enough to carry the neces
sary fuel; nnd who can snyhow.near or
how far oft tills lime may be?
Tho power necessary to drive n ship
increases ns the square of tho speed,
nnd it would seem thnt nt this rate u
limit must soon be lenchcd. Butngnlnst
these fcai ful odds englnecis nnd naval
nrchilccU work on imdniintcd, ever
finding In the boundless resources of
M'lcncc wnys and means to overcome
each flesh difficulty, nnd ship after ship
sails forth to brenst the Atlantic billows
to bear proud witness to the indomita
ble licrsovcrnneo thnt gavo her birth
nnd the pluck nnd daring thatdiivcs
her across the stormy sens.
l'looil or Stanley tiltnrnliire.
The country Is to bo lloodcd with Stanley
lltciature now. There are throo firms
handling Stanloy hooks right now, and each
firm claims Its hook Is the only authentic,
complete record of tho great explorer's
work on tho Dark Continent. Stanloy only
arrived at Cairo last Monday, but his naino
Is selling thousands of very bad books al
ready. Thero Is a demand for nnythlug
about Stanley or Africa Just nt present, and
If It Is not satisllcd It will not ho tho fault
of tho publishers. Tho hack-writers In tho
EaBlcrn titles aro leaping u harvest Just
now grinding out Stanley matter of tho
weirdest possible description. They will
do Africa after the fashion ot II. llldor
Haggard. When ono thinks of these lit
erary devils tolling away ho naturally thinks
of Goldsmith's epitaph on Ned I'urilon:
Hei olios poor Ned ronton from misery freed,
He lone was n bookseller's hack.
Ho led such n Uamnabln Ufo In thH world
I don't think he'll wish to corao hack.
Money lot School Hoys.
Tliiity school boys nbovo the no of
13 can leainhow to mnko somo money
without intcifcilng with their school
work by calling ntTiu; Citrno office at
'1 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Telephone, Special Wire, JCo. M.
Special Attention. Low Pilcos.
1403 NEW YORK AVE. N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The Dei Record alllic Health Die
The record of tlio Health Ofllco for January
21 shows 01 deaths reported. Of these 17
v.oro from PNEUMONIA, 5 from BRON
CHITIS. 1 from CONGESTION of tho LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two cases tho
GRIP was given ns tho causoof death and
In ono "LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA" wns re
couled. Tho figures of thoday hoforoshowod
that overCO percent, of tho deaths wero
caused by lung dlcascs.
This Is n very largo showing of mortality
from lung diseases, especially liom tho
For tho prevention of lung tiouhlesof nil
Kinds DOUGLASS' EMULSION Is recom
mended, tho tlmoly uso of which may avert
n serious Illness, 1 nothing worse. Douglass'
Emulsion Is mado from Puro Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, combined with tho llypo
phosphltcs of Llmo and Soda. It Is very pal
ntublc and easily digested.
Is n specific for Weak Lungi,
"irouDies anu uencrni ucmuiy.
from "La Grlnne" will find It will btrenethen
tho Lungs, relfovo tho Soreness ot tho Ohoit
nnd quickly euro tho Cough rosultlug from
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 75c.
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1304 T st n w. 6 rs 40 00
1013 T stn w.Ora 80 50
71G0thstnc,0rs.., 21 00
1819 Bth stnw, 5 rs and stable 18 50
CHAS. E. BANES,
With John r. Waggaman,
N. W. cor, nth and G sis, n. w.
T7.0R RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX-
JD room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches
and nubllo school In
Inquire of A.BEUREND,433H
JfUJC HALE UOVHKH.
AdttrtUements under tMi head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one ttuertton: CO cents for three.
"ITlOn SALEIN . ALEXANDIUA, BROOM
X' irame House, just tinismng; hyarnnt in
yard; lot 10x115; snug homo; price, Sb00,
piy to ituumvi o.ruuwu), iiooin .,o
IJIOR SALE-FRAME nOUSK 908 IN 85-
foot alley, bet Dth and 10th and O nnd II
sts a w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; olosots
fronting the Potomac; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot Oil feet front by 0.'( deep, 43 feet
from 0th st. Apply within.
I7IOR BALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
! houses In Washington, 100, 103 and 110
11th st n e; two-etory and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; clectrlo
hells and gas: price, 13,500 each, $500 cash
balanco to suit or trade for good lots.
17IOH SALEOR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COIt-
ner house: 7 rooms; handsomely pa
peredsJOOO North Carolina avo. Worth 55,
coo. Will Bell at a sacrlflco or rent low,
OWNER. Room SO. 810 V Bt n w,
FOII llXNTaiiaa EZZASEOXfS.
milE FWlif OYSTER SLOOP ANDYACnT,
J Ella Treadwcll, for rent, for sate or ex
change for other proporty at Bennett's ship
yard, foot of lltb gt s w.
FOR RENT VERY DE8IRABLE OFFIOK
rooms, with steam heat, torrent In tho
Builders' Exchange building, 1421 a st n w,
Apply on tbo premises to the SUPERINTENDENT,
Save Your Hair
BY n timely use of Ayrr's Hnlr VlftOr.
This preparation Inis no pqunl ns n
dressing. It keeps the senlp clean, cool,
nnd healthy, nml picserves tho color,
fullness, nnd licnuty of the linlr.
" 1 wns rapidly becoming linlil nnd
Srnv ; but niter using two or tllreo
otllcs of A.mt'h Hnlr Vigor my Imlr
grow thick nml glossy nml Iho original
color wns rrstoicd." Molvlll Aldrltli,
Cnunnn Centre, N. II. ,
"Somo tlmeiigo I lntt nil my linlrln
cnnsciiielieo of measles. After duo
wnltlng, no now growth appeared. I
then used Ayrr's Hnlr Vigor mid my
Thick and Strong.
It lini apparently coino to slay. Tlio
Vigor Is nv Idetitly n great nlil to nature."
J. 11. Williams, Klnreivlllc, Texas.
"I linvo used A.ver'n Hnlr Vigor for
tlio past four or llvo years nml find It a
niost sntlsfuetory dressing for the hnlr.
It Is nil 1 could desire, being harmless,
causing tho hnlr to retnln lis unturnt
color, nud requiring but n small quantity
to render tho hnlr ensy to nrrnnge."
Mm. M. A. Hnilcy, J Charles street,
" I linvo been using Ayer's ITnlr Vigor
for snvernl years, nnd bcllovo that It hns
caused my linlr tn retain its natural
color." Mrs. II. J. King, Denier In
Dry Goods, &e., Blsliopvlllo, Mil.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold liy DruggliUaml rvrtumert.
Advertisements under this head, four Unee or
ess, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 enr for three.
washing and Ironing to do at
homo; references given. Apply 1819 N l av.
ANTED A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework in a email family,
mnn, wlfo and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; tn tho right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply atNo.11003
O st n w. '
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
draughtsman nnd two flrst-clnss ma
chinlsts. CUTTEK3AW CO., this ofllco.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE.
Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agont, or
Reporter, of great snvolr fnlre, for literary
work. Large salary. Write London A Hart
ford Pub. Co., N. Y.
ONE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high clns subscription books, one' who
has an acquaintance among Washington
canvassers, lo take exclusive control of tho
salo of "A Library of Amorlcan LItoratnro"
in Washington. This is ono of tho most
salable works now on tlio market. Nino of
its eleven largo octavo volumes aro nowont.
This I a grand opportunity for a flrst-clnss
man nrd we aro prepared to make such a
one a very liberal oner. CHAS. L. WEB
STER & CO., 3 East 14th St.. N. Y. city.
n VI If TJ! ItS IT UA TIOX8.
Advertisements under thu head. Jour lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
WANTKD-BY A SE AMSTRES J.'sE Wl'sG
by iho day nthomo; willing to assist
with other work; 50 cents a day. E. E. R.,
WAFTED-IIY A COLORED WOM.VN, A
placo to do cooking nnd goneral houc
vork;ieferences furnished. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER. 152512th st n w.
WANTED-TO PURCHASE 1 GOOD
house, with 7 or 8 rs, with all mod Imps,
on monthly payments. Address, with full
partlenlars, J. J. v., Board of Rovlew, Bureau
WANTED TO RENT-A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and R and 12th and 17th sts n w.
Addross II.. this office, stating terms.
Advertisements under tMs head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
WM. FRIEDERICK, Manufacturing
Jeweler, C05 7th stn w.opposltoU. S.Patont
Office; lino clock and watch repairing a
TO S500 WANTED FROM 0 TO 12
mouths: satlfactorv reference
given that the-Ioaner will receive doublo tho
c:""unt loaned. Address H. It., this ofllco.
WANTED-TO BUY FOR CASH, LARGE
Y or small lots of high value Newspaper,
Department or other raro Stamps; also col
lections of Postage Stamps. Call or addross
BURGER & CO.,69.Nassaust.NewYork.
iron KENT noons.
Advertisements under this head, four lines oi
less, 25 cents for one Inset lion; 50 cents for three.
H ANDSOME WRlNIED'RioMs'.'EN
Buito or single, at tho Buckingham, 920
I5tb st n w. overlooking MePherson Square.
fj'OH RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
tuuaoio ior gentlemen, jno.wm aistn w.
. ,TjrPTlTTTTT k flY- -KT TtT PTTlCnHMTUP
til from B st Furnished rooms for cen-
tli-men: rent low to .resnnnsihlfl nsirtles wlin
will bo permanent: convenient to tho Capitol.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
ioil SALE-CnEAP-FINE COUNTER and
Mielvlnir. now In no. 712 7thst n w: must
be sold nt once. Apply C22 1 st n w.
170R SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR. 61-INCH,
V silent racbet, 1 nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st a e.
FOR SALE-75 SHARES OF TnE ".IUD
con Pneumatlo Railway Stock." Ploaso
address A, at this ofllco, and make a cash
HUtt HA1.E AND HXXT.
REAL ESTTraBULLETIN """
E . WAGGAMAN, 917 F street. ,
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1128Cthstn W.bb, 9 rs 83,000
223 Indiana ave n w. u h, S rs...
1731 19th st n w, b h, Or.!...,
1220 Mass ave n w, I h, 8 rs
38 1 stnw, bh, 11 rs
805 Cth st n w. b h, 8 rs
2211 nnd 2213 7th st n w. b h. 0 rs. .
3255 K st n w, b h. 10 rs 3,000
vuey ectween 21st ana 22d, a. ana n sts
n w, bh.Ors 1,500
2-STOHY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
831 to635 22d stnw, bh, Org, SI.50Q
roiou uaar'8 aney n Wj d 11. 4 rs..... 4,uuu
423 N st n w, f h, 5 rs, and 2 houses rear 4,000
1E23 V st n w, b h. 0 rs 8,800
U.1U 12th Bt n w. f h. 7 rs ,1... 3,775
Alley bet Cth and 7th, L and M sts n w,
fh,4 rs , 3,500
COLstnw, b li.ml, 7rms 3.5T0
3J03Nstn w, bh.ml, 7rs 8.800
424 8th st s w. f h, 5 rs 2.000
1818 and 1820 Lnwrencc st n w, f h, 5 rs . . 2,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains.... 81.000
Cor Va avo and 24th st n w 2,700
181b st, bet B and Ostsse 1.800
A st, bet 11th and 15th sts se 1,850
19th st, bet E Capitol and A stsso 1.C00
Mount Pleasant $ 40
Bnud C, soth nnd 21st sts n w 40
5th st, bet Va ave and Gsts e...., so
1st Bt. bet O and P sts s w , 10
HOUSE8 FOR RENT.
707 ECap Bt, Ors, poss. March 17,.... S35fK
810 N Carolina avo 8 0,8 rs 25 00
142Cttne,7rs , ,..,. 20 00
40011thst B w, Bra'. 18 OO
18f24JStW, U rs. 1530
227 O stn w. Ors.
1820 Est so, R rs
4J3 to 441 Temple Court s w, i rs
SSS2 1 tt a w, V rs
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Storeroom 1114 Fstn w .'. ..
Storeroom 1110 Fst nw.
015 P st n w, front rm, d floor w oo
Hall, 2d floor, 12th and K sts n w 50 00
tithandPaavo.rmlB ,,,,, 23 00
btranddwg Sthand Ksteno 23 00
Struuddwg230dstn o 20 00
Stable rear OU H stnw.... 10 00
Stable, alloy hot 0th and 7th. E and 1'
sts n w , , 10 00
408 La avo, 8d floor, 1 baek room, 5 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. ti. bonds; Sand 0 per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums 8100 to 81,000; small pre
In Rume to suit at 0 per rent.
The above la only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list call at ottioo (or
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and Utu,
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
. LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Bets In Poplar from $15 up.
Bedroom Sets In Oak or Cherry from
Bedroom Sets In Walnut from $40.
Tarlor Suits In Hnlr Cloth or Plush,
GROGAN'S, 739 and
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Qas Boilers at J1.15 Rnd 81.00 for Instantly making Tea or Oottoa.
For large and small families. Just tho store for enmmor nso, as yon extinguish a
the Instant tho eookuuc Si done. For lalabjthe
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 l!exxMl2. S-bir-eeU 3ST "W
PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVINO COUNTY
ROADS IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUM
BIA. Orrirr: op the Commissioners
op tue DismioT or Columbia.
AVasiiinoton, D. C Fob. 1, 1890.
will bo received at thin ofllco until IS o'clock
ro. on MONDAY, FEURUARY 10, 1890, tor Im
proving county roads by grading, gutters and
Jllnnk forms oi proposals and specifications
can be obtained at this office upon applica
tion theicfor, together with all necessary in
formation, nnd only bids upon these forms
will to considered.
Tho right Is rccrvcd to reject any and nit
bids or parts of bids.
.1. W. DOUOLASS,
L. O. RINK.
Commissioners D. C.
SS S " 'j
TnE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANaUAOES,
733 14th St. n. w.
$10 a term. Tilal lessons freo. Send for
Rrnnchcs In New York, lloston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris.
France; Berlin and Dresden, Germany.
IRE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Extract from a private tetter:
"In reply to your requost for my advlco as
to a good school for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Instltuto, In Washington,
D. C. Tbo stnndard of scholarship thero Is
bleb, tho Instruction thorough and the Influ
ences good. L, Q. C. Lamar,
Justice V. S. Supremo Court."
The school opens Sept. 30. au38-dAstI
IOR SALE-SOUTH BROOKLiVND.
with Cllr Streets. Avenues and Circles.
FOR HALE Wo hnvo about 100 Lots. 60x1 VI
feet each, left In that beautiful subdivision
known as South Brookland, which is In con
fonnlty with tho plan of tho city, having
streets 90 feet and avenues 130 feet wide.
This subdivision Is south of and adjoining
Brookland. convenient to tbo Metropolitan
Vianch Railroad nnd Elcctrlo cars, near the
University nnd Soldiers' Homo. The lots
now left will be sold at the low prlco of
from 4 to 10 cents per foot on easy terms,
l'or plats and further Information apply to
WM. O. DBNISON. 023 F st n w, orto RED
FORD W. WALKER, 1C07 F st n W.
170R SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEW nElGnTS
on Tennallytown Road and Woodley
Lane, opposlto Oak Vlow. Elcctrlo railway
tracks now' laid to theso lots, which Imvo
sidewalks iu front and gas mains. Pilcos
lower than nsked for other lots In Immediate
vicinity. Smnll cash payments. Monthly or
yearly tlmo given at 5 per cent. Intorost.
DKALL. BROWN & CO., 1821 F St.
MONET TO ZOAN.
RTONEYTOLOANONREAL ESTATE OR
Jji. first-class securities at lowest rates ol
Interest. No delay where security Is good.
O. C. GREEN,
803 7th st. n. w.
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SECURITY,
ATS ANDGTER CENT.
1113 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARK Au
thorized by the United Soourlty Life In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance monoy on improved property In
Washington up to 75 per ceut. of actual mar
ket value, with or without Ufo lusunuico
Loans payable in monthly or quartorly In
ttallments, running 5, 10, ID or 20 years. Id
many instances the payments are low than
the rental of a houso. F. a. SMITH & SON.
1222 F stnw.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums to unit
On Approved Real Estate Beonrtty.
B. H. WARNER A CO.,
l F st. n. w.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ABTISTIO STYLES,"
Finished la doslgas of
"HIGHEST DKOOllATIVB AST."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos atAUPrloes,
m. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Spaco.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot
CHASE, GABLER, WHEELOCK, DRiaQS,
BEUNING and other Pianos.
The Wonderful Solf-riaylng Eollan Organ.
BTORY & CLARK, CLOUOU & WARREN
Bold on Installments, exchangod, rented,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and auitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet muslo and musical merchandise at
tha old stand. 025 Pa. avo.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Doeds Tor Kvory State
NOTAIIY AND U. 8. COMMISSIONER.
Office Hours, 0 to 5.
1321 V fitroet N.W. Telephone No. 811-2.
All Carpets HMo and Laid
Ingrnln Carpets from 25c. up.
Extrn Supor Ingrain from 50c.
Brussels Carpet from 75c.
741 7th St. N. W.
il Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally conceded by ovon tho
most fanatical teetotalers that a glass of
thoroughly matured and puro wlno Is tho
most wholesome, health and strength-giving
beverage for mankind. Almost ovory fttato
no matter how cold Its cllmato produces
grapes from which wlno Is pressed, but THE
PASADENA WINKS are mado from those
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapes
which attain tho highest grade of maturity
and TlpcnobS and are thereforotho best wines
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 ant! 1202 Pciiiia. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho soleogcnt for tho Pasadena Wines
and Brandies and soil at roarvclously low
prices. I have received orders from rloh and
poor alike aud all oheerlully acknowledge
that tho Pasadena Wines and Brandies aro
by far tho be3t and purest In tho District,
notwithstanding the fact that my prices are
tho very lowest.
My 20 per cent, removal discount will bo
Please compare my prices with those
PASADENA WINES. Per Gal. Per Gal.
Claret, extra qmllty SI 00 $0 80
3urgnndy 150 120
Angelica 1 to 120
Muscatel 150 120
8hcrry(Goldeno'Pale).... 150 120
Sherry " " " ox-
traold 200 1 CO
Port 150 120
Port, estiaold. 200 100
Hock... 1 100 80
Riesling 100 80
Brandy 4 00 3 20
Brand)-, very old 5 00 4 00
Brandy, veiy, very old.... 10 00 8 00
Malaga 1 to 120
Champagne, quarts, doz... 12 00 0 00
Champagne, pints, 2 doz. . . 18 00 10 40
VIRGINIAAND nOTERAMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret SI 00 80 80
N01 ton's Virginia Scldliug,
pet dozen 4 00 3 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) 00 60
I carry tno largesmtookoflmportcd Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica nnd St. Croix Rums
nnd all tbo Frenoh Cordials, including tho
celebrated after-dinner cordial, OREME DE
MENTIIE(Cieamof Mint), green or orange.
The oldest Rye. Bouroon and Imported
Whiskies can always be found at ay stoie.
Trimble Tnre Rye 1
Montlcello Pure ltye
Perfection Puro Rye......
llnnnlsvll'o Puro Ryo
Old Kentucky Sour Mash,
Scotch Whisky, old
Mcotoh Whisky, very old.
In Demijohns or
GOO 4 SO
10 00 8 00
,000 4 SO
. 10 00 8 00
Scotch Whisky, very, very
Irish Whisky, old
Irish W hi sky, very old
Irish V btskv. vorv. verv old
Gorman Roggen Brantweln.
I make n specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing nnd Jelly Wines and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AUD LIQOOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
TELEPHONE CALL-112 3.
(HIVE KDOM or
And yon will always have beautiful Bread.
Soils and Blsonita. Wholesale Depot, oor
per First street and Indiana avenuo.
WM. M. OALT A OO.
WO D stroet northwest,
Washington, D, O,
Webster Law Building,
Reeldono 1813 H stroet northwest.
Tito Great Pnnusrlvnniii Route
To the North, West, and Southwest,
Doublo Track . Bnlondld Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
In Errrcr .lANtunr 1st, 1890.
Trnlns Icnvo Washington, from station, cor
ner of fclxth nnd 11 streets, ns follows:
Fon 1'iTTsr.tmo nnd tho West, Chicago
Limited Ennress or Pullman Vcstlbuled fnrs
nt lO.to am dally; Fast Line, 10. Ml an dally to
Cincinnati nnd St. l.oul, with Sleeping Oars
from l'lltsbiirg to Cincinnati, nnd Sleeping
enrs Ilnrrlsbiirg lo Indianapolis: dally, ex
cept Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car
Altoonn to Chicago, St. Louis, Chicago and
Cincinnati Express, 3.30 p m dally. Parlor
Car Wnfhlnglon to HnrriMjurg, nnd Slcoplng
Cars llarrlsburp to St. Louis. Chicago and
Cincinnati, and Dining Car Harrliburg to St.
LouK Wciiern Kxpros. at 7.40 p m dally,
Willi Bleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
nnd St. Lonls, connecting dally at Harris
burg with through Sleepers for Ioulsvlllo
and Memphis. Fnclno Express, 10.00 p m
dally, for Pittsburg nnd tho West, with
through Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Ton Kanp. Cnnnndalgua, Rochester and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 a in.
Fou KitiK, Cannmlnlgiin nnd Rochcstor
daily; for Buffalo mid Niagara dally, except
tnturdny, 10.00 pm.,wlthSlccplng Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wm.tAjisronT. Look Ilnvcn nnd KI
mlra, at 10.50 a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon Wiu lAHisroiiT unity. 3..' p in.
Ton Piiii.At)ri.rniA, New York and tlio East,
T.M. 0.C0, 11.00 and 11.40 am.s.lo.3.SO, 4.10,
lO.COend ll.so pm. On Sunday, 0.00, 11.10 a
in, S.10, 3.20, 4 10. 10 00 and U.S0 p m. Limited
Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0.40 a m
daily, cx( opt Sunday, nnd 4 pm dally, with
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrnrss, 8 10 n m wcok days, and 8.10
pmdnlly. Accom , 0.00 p m dally.
Fon Boston, without change, 3.S0 p m every
Fon Bnooni.TN, N. Y.. nil through trains
rnntipM At .Iprenv f!ltr will, ttrmta ,,f TIpvaIt.
lyn Annex, nffotdfngdfrocttransferto Fulton
street, avoiding double ferriage across Now
Fon Atumio Citv, 11.40 a rri wcok days,
Fon Baltimore, 0.33, 7.20. 8.10. 9.00,0 40,
10.C0, 11.00 nnd 11.40 n m, 12.05, 2.10, 3 20, 3.S0.
4.C0.4.10, 4.20. 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10. 10.00 and
11.20 p.m. On Sunday. 0.00, 0.05, 10.50, 11.40
am, 3 10. 3.20, 8.30, 4.00, 4.10. 0 00, 7.40, 8.10
10.ro nnd 11.20 p. m.
Ton PorK's CnKEK Line. 7.20 a m and 4.40 p.
tn dally, except Sunday.
Fon Ai.NAroi.is, 7.20, 0.nm, 1203 nnd 4.20
p m dally, except Sundny. Sundays, 0.03 a m,
ALBXANDRTA AND FREDERICKSBURG.
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
in rrrrcT NovsMprn 18,1889.
For Alexandria, 4.80, 0.33, 7.41,8.10, 9,43,
10.H7H m, 12.01 noon, 203, 4.15, 4.23, 4.03. 0.01
8.02, 10.05 nnd 11.87 p m. On Sunday at 4.80,
7.4 0.43, 10C7a m, 2.80, 4.10, 0.01, 8.CJ and
10.0.1 p m.
4.55p m weekdays. 7.45 am Sundays.
FonllHiiMONiiond tho south, 4. CO, 10.57 a
m dnl'y, and 4.1Bp m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.M n m wcok days.
TniANslcao Alexandria for Washington,
0.05, 7 03, 8.00, 0.10, 10.13. 11.07 n m; 1.20, 3.00,
i.io, 0.10, 7.U3, u.au, iu.32, 10.43 and 11.05 p
m. On Sundny at 0.10 nnd 11.07 a m; 2.00,5.11
0 10. 7.05. n.eo. 10 aa anil 10.42 n m .
Tickets nnd Information at tho office, north
east corner ot 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at tho station, where orders can
bo left for tho checking of bnggago to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. FUGII, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gon. Pass. Agent.
Baltinioro & Ohio Railroad.
Schcdulo In effect Deo-2018S9.
Lcavo Washington from Station corner ot
Now Jersey nvenuo and O street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbnlcd
Limited express dally 11:20 a m, express 9:30
Fon Cincinnati. St. Lonls and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 pm.
Fou PiTTsnuno and Cleveland, Vcstlbuled
Limited express dally 11:10 am and express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lkxinoion and Local Stations, tlOdO
Fon WiKCiiESTur. and Way Stations, t3 30
Foil LcnAT, 8:40 p m.
Fon IlAi.TuionE, week days, 4.00, 5 00, 0.40,
7.E0, 8.80,9 20, 0.45 111 00, 12.00, 13 minutes),
a m, 12.10. 2 CO, 2.30 (45 minutes), 3.13(45-mln-tiles).
3.23, 4.23,4 30,4.35, 6 30.0.20,7.10,7.45,
0.00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.00,
8.80, 0 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (43 minutes). 1.13,
2.C0, 2.30 (43-minutos), 188.8.131.52,4.33, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 9 00. 10.30 and 11.30 p m.
Fon Wat Stations bctwoen Washington
nnd Baltimore, 5 00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.33, 0.20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.S0 a m, 1.15,
8 25, 4 35, 0.20, 11 SO pm.
Tiiains lcavo Haltlmoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.43, 8.00, 8.30,
9.15 nnd 10.15 am; 12.C0, 12.15, 1.60,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. 5,00. 0.00, 0.20. 7.10, 7.30, 6.30, B.35,
10.20. 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.30,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00. 12.50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
6.00, 0 20, 7,10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.33, 10.20, 10.23 and
11 COp m.
Fon Annapolis, 0.40 a ra, 12.10. 4 25 p m.
On Sundnys, 8.80 a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
8.37 am, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
t0.45, U0.30 a m, 1.10 p m for principal .sta
tions only; tlO.80 a m, 14.30 and t5.30 p m.
Fon Rockvillk nnd way stations, tl.33 p m.
Fon GAirannsnuno and Intermediate points,
9.00 a m. tl 00, 5 35, tll.35 p m.
Ton Boyd's and Intermediate stations, t'.OO
CiiuBcu TnAtu leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p in, stopping at all stations 02
FonFniDEmcK. t0.45. til JO a m, 3.10, tl.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon UAUnnsTows, -111.20 a. m. and t5.30
Tiiains arrivo from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
nnd 4.05 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
daily 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 0 50 p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PniLADELrniA DI
VISION. Fon New YonK, Trenton, Newark nnd
Elizabeth, N. Jr. 4.00, t8.00, 0M, 12.00 a m.
2.80. 4.20 and 10.30 n m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Slcoplng Car on the
10.80 p m, open at O.oo p m.
Fon FniLADELTuiA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.00, 18,00, 9 SO, 12.00 a m,
2.CP, 4.20, 7.10 nnd 10.80 pm.
Foil intkiimkdute roiNis botween Balti
more and Philadelphia, ts.00 and i'JX) a m,
12 00, 13.15 pm.
Tiiains have New York for Washington,
8.30, -111.00 n m, 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 p m and
Tiiains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10am,tl.35, 4.40, 0.05. 7.40
Fon Atlantic Citt, '4.00 a m nnd 15.00 m.
Sundays, 4.00 a ra and 12.00 noon.
t Except Sunday. Dally. SSundayonly.
Baggage called for and oheeked from ho
tels and rcsldenocs by Union Transferee, on
ordcisicft at ticket offices, 019 nud 1351 Pa.
avo. and nt Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen.Munagor. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedule tn effect May 13, 1339,
Trains leave Union Dopot, Sixth and B
streots, 10.67 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrivo In
Old Point at 6.05 p m, and Norfolk at C.35
1151 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestlbulo Sleopers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.33
9.40 p ra-F. F. V. Vostlbule Spoclal, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville.
Ofllco, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo.
H. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
COJUM1B8IONEHS CM? DEEDS.
CS. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
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