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THE WA SITING TCXN CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1890.
RICH PARTY DRESSES
WHICH BRIGHTEN FASHIONABLE
PARLORS IN FEBRUARY.
A Curious Mixture of Wlntor Htylea .
lm Annrcliy Which I'reriill In tlio
Kingdom or flown What to Wear
It Ton Aro invited by Una of tlio 400
"What n winter 11 Is to bo suro. A
young woman mtcrcil an olovatcd car
this morning nnd sat down bcsldo mc,
nbsorlilng licrsclf In a novel. She was
a brlgbt-oycd young creature, faintly
flushed nnd radiant with healthy girl
hood) happy In a good digestion and
the rosscsslon of n capo of Russian
nllo with a Medici collar, in which sho
burled her fuco up to the lobos of her
chip. On her head sho woro a simple
llttlo toquo, encircled by a wreath of
large, pale pink loses. Tho hat Itsolf
was a puff of soft, silky black gnti.c,
and from n nest In tho very middle of
the crown peeped out tho queen rose of
the garden, with half a dozen buds and
sprays of leaves. This at 10 In tho
As to her shoulders sho was Feb
ruary, os to her head sho was July.
This Is English, very English, almost
as English as tho shiny llttlo water
proof tailor hats wo wear In stormy or
pleasant weather. When Mrs. Arthur
l'ogct doesn't wear a varnished sailor
she is qulto apt to wear a natty straw
trimmed with ribbons. When Mis.
Kendal doesn't wear n llbbon-trimmed
htraw she is quite apt to walk the
streets in a patent-leather sailor.
Fashions aro mixed this season. Ultra
extremists among stylish young women
have been wearing Iow-ncckcd dresses
on tho street under their fur collars. If
It hadn't attacked men also this fact
would almost account for tho epidemic
, of influenza. Consistency In fashions
is'bomcthtngnotyet attained. Wo aro
not quite in that condition of anarchy
which provalls in Washington where
nearly half the womon still wear bus
tles, but in finite of How York's repu
tation for toilets thero aro few dress
laws which can claim anything like
general obedience. It is pretty well
understood, for instance, that diamonds
worn by daylight are signs of unculti
vated taste, earrings not bolng ex
cepted from the ban; but of sixteen ex
pensively costumed womon who passed
mo in about as many seconds one after
noon recently on a'fashtonablo prom
enade no fewer than nlno had good
bized stones in their cars.
The womanjWho is invited to a recep
tion not infrequently hesitates as to tho
toilet to bo made. If sho decides on a
handsome visiting costume and lays
aside her cloak but retains her bonnet
she will And herself by daylight aiding
with tho majority; but tho minority will
include guests who merely loosen with
out removing their furs, and will range
from this extreme through half open
neck and elbow sleeves, with or with
out bonnet, to full decollete with elab
orately coiffed hair. To do society jus
tice full dress by daylight is not affected
by many people, but there aro women
and theso among tho fashionable elect
or select whom one would hardly rec
ognize If "upholstered," they go about
In the. opposite condition so persist
ently. After dark thero Is tho same divers
ity. At an evening reception in New
"York from one-fourth to one-third 'of
tho guests retain their bonnets. If tho
affair is unusually formal the propor
tion may bo smaller, but it Is quite as
likely to rise to one-half or oven more.
Of those who uncover some will wear
high gowns, some dcmi-dccollclo toilets
and some low gowns with jewels. Tho
chief distinction between afternoon and
evening appears In tho different ratios
in which aro mixed bonnets and baro
shoulders. Both may bo seen at cither
time of day, though it must be con
ceded that at least both aro never seen
on tho saruo woman. Such a tnixturo
of costumes gives n motley look to a
drawing-room and detracts greatly from
th'c beauty of a gathering, but Its con
veniences in an ago of hurry when a
woman may bo intending to tako In an
art exhibition, a concert and two recep
tions before bedtime arc sufllclcntly ob
vious. VISITING COSTUMES.
Will you climbthebroad.brownstone
steps and sco to what ladlos Mrs.
is at homo this afternoon? There aro
half a dozen carriages waiting in tho
btiect and tho horses stamp tho pave
ment Impatiently. Tho door swings
tipen without waiting foryourring, and
op tho polished stairway you go to a
largo high apartment, where furred
garments nro being thrown aside, Tho
ccoratlons of tho room are in bluo,
silver and gray, with hero and thero n
vivid touch of white nnd orange.
Agnlnst this background stands out a
wonderful picture, marvelously blont
with rare colors, a bevy of bright
winged birds pruning their plumes.
Women aro seldom mora interesting
than in a dressing room. Tho antique
sleeves of every shape and description,
tho Vandyke frills and cuffs, tho high
standing lace fralsca, tho rich lace
gulmps, the softly-falling rufllea of
point applique, tho jabots of duchesso,
the cut-stoat pMsomontcrles, tho Qrcok
and early Florentine draperies all the
ppmnUcateti and artistic accessories of
tho toilet must bo glanced at in tho
mirror nnd touchod tenderly nnd ap
preciatively with tho gloved hand lio
foro tho hostess can bo faced nnd tho
guests in the drawing rooms.
A long clonk Is just sweeping through
tho doorway. It is nllusslnn rcdlnaoto
of black Lyons velvet and fits closely
to n tall, slender flguro. Tho front,
collar and flowing sleeves nro magnifi
cently trimmed with sllvor passemen
terie, aud the lining, ono hasachanco
In a minuto to observe, Is plush striped
in black and sllvor. When this gar
ment of luxury has bcon thrown aside
n petticoat of black satln-flnlshed falllo,
finished about tho hem with a narrow
full ruche of tho same, Is rovealed. Tho
prlnccsso gown In sapphire blue vclvot
Is cut in heavy, ample folds at tho back
and closo and clinging In front, but
open to tho waist from tho hem at In
tervals and lined with silver white
HATS THAT ONE SEES.
From tho sldo scams of tho bodlco
under each arm comos a quaint zigzag
design in silver thread in in Irregular
design like forked lightning, making a
sort of half belt across tho waist, fas
tened by n silver clnsp set with pearls
nnd flno diamond (shippings. There
nro pins to match of pearls and dia
monds thrust through tho low knot of
brown hair, and a fan is carried of slender
silver leaves in ftlllgrco powdered with
sparkling diamond dust. On ono wrist
is n quaint massive-looking bracolct of
sliver set with rough pearls and amply
displayed below tho lace ruffles of tho
elbow slcovcs. Tho gloves aro silver
gray. Tho woman is 80, possibly, and
has the slow grace of ono who has seen
a good deal of tho world and on tho
whole has not found it pay. She
stands before tho cheval glass surveying
her tall figure With cold scrutiny, then
sho glances idly at the other women
about her, touches a lace handkerchief
to her lips and turns to descend tho
Her place is taken by n petite bru
nette in n very bright Itoman red ben
gallnc, who touches her band and
smooths down her draperies like a
twittering canary, if canaries wore over
red instead of yellow. Her full round
skins just touch the floor and her
bodice is plaited full on each shoulder
and ciosscd at tho waist, under a Span
ish girdle of black velvet worked with
jet and finished with a lunge of glitter
ing jet beads. Her sleeves lira close
from tho elbows downward, but ar
ranged in soft puffs high and full on
the shoulders. Shu tiptoes and tilts nnd
turns and twists, smooths out a wrinkle
nnd pnts a fold, nnd nil tho time over
her shoulder tho glass reflects another
figure, a flguro In a bonnet so pretty
thnt It's suro not to be removed,
It's a simple enough llttlo toquo In
silver blue lfssc. with tho brim raised a
llttlo above tho forehead and the space
between it and tho hair filled, in with
soft gauze. Thciols no trimming but
a little posy of yellow and white hya
cinths, ono spray of which falls for
wurd over tho hair.
Here's another flguro in a trained
costume of pale bilvcr-grny silk, with
touches about It of white and yellow.
And another in dark bluo and gold bro
cade, as rich in texture as severely sim
plo In outline Another In golden
olive silk, decorated with pendants in
real silver and bronze, in designs of old
coins. And another in ltusstan green
and silver Louis XIV. brocade, between
tho long straight breadths of which n
lace petticoat flutters. Each woman,
as sho throws off her wrap, glances, be
fore stopping up to tho mirror, at tho
costumes of tho other women.
Theso wraps, by tho way, nro ns
costly ns tho gowns. Hero comes a
girl with tho long finircrs and dreamy
eyes thut might have" belonged to an
artist it they hadn't belonged to ono of
the -100. Sho wcais a pelerine of copper-colored
velvet lined withjollow.
It has a hood and a Mcdlcl collar and
thicc capes in front edged with yellow
coid. En suite with this is her hat, a
very soft copper folt with a wido brim
turned up on ono sido and running
over with black ostrich feathers shad
ing off at tho tlp3 to yellow. Another
rich cloak is mado of chocolate-colored
velvet lined with old roso and trimmed
with black, long-hnlrcd fur.
A PRETTY HAT.
Rather a pretty hat lsjust being lifted
from rather a pretty head. It is a sago
green felt with no garniture but ono
long, magnificently heavy sago grcon
ostrich plume hinting here and there of
yellow. A summciy-looklng, capot is
woven of mignonette and a scrap of
Below stairs tho air Is heavy with per
fume, and tho light falls softly from
flower-shaded candles. Listen, what a
Babel of noise, and nobody Is saying
anything interesting. To talk enter
tainingly ata-i o'clock, where you meet
stranger after stranger, at five-minute
Intervals, is moro of a tax on wit and
wisdom than tho conversational abilities
of ono woman In 200 can respond to.
It is not talking; it is shrieking to make
one's self heard above a din. It Is
screaming your opinion of tho weather
and you "yes" or "no" to tho qucrry
whether you have or havo not heard
tho last musical or dramatic celebrity.
But tho ten Is served in almost price
less egg-shell china and tho passing and
repassing of richly-gowned womon
mako a nicturo for tbo eyes. Tho host
ess wears a yellow silk, wltu open
throat, draped with black laco, and by
her sldo stands a young brido whom sho
is introducing, and who wears n whlto
crepe do chlno sprayed with gold, with
a Greek scarf arranged dver tho bodlco
and falling upon tho draperies. Eat
your cako when it is passed to you,
look at tho roses on that bonnet and
don't listen when tho music begins; It
Isn't fashionable. Talk louder, if pos
sible. Ellen Osuohn.
Telophone, Special Wire, No. 09.
bpcelal Attention. Low Prices.
1103 NEW YORK AVE. N. W.,
WA8HINOTON, D, O.
WH&MMItflMVft. 'KakwwfclkWMy: Al
RTDiLet Article or mds roaT-r.iit on rw
TIIK Sl'lNSTKItS I'AItADISK.
A Lund In Which tho (Url Do All the
Ukraine, Russia, is tho real paradise
for tho spinster. .And If in this country
n prototypo of tho Russian provinco
could bo founded It would bo populated
in less time than ono imagines. In
Ukraine, think of It, yo spinsters and
celibates, all the courting lsdono by tho
women! Tho man has nothing to do
with tho nffnir. Llko Mtrlana In tho
moated grango ho merely sits and waits.
If tho young woman feels stealing
o'er her n fancy for a particular young
mnn she does not pine awny In "a green
nnd yellow mcloncholy." But sho
buckles on tho armor of her affections
and sallies out like a conquering hero.
To drop similes nnd como down to
matter-of-fact language, the young
woman, when sho falls in lovo with
somo young man, without delay dis
closes to him tho true condition of hor
Doisho lovoherl Then tho marriage
ceremony is arranged without delay.
Docs ho not lovo her? Then tho love
sick dnmscl plants herself in his resi
dence and announces that sho will stay
there until n revolution shall como In
his feelings, says tho Detroit Free Press.
Tho young man Is helpless, because
tho friends of tho young woman will
avengo any affront that tho young man
shall offer to her.
But ho is not compelled by cither law
or custom to cnduio her presence for
ever. When ho becomes tired of tho
attentions of tho lovo-lorn lass ho can
pick iij) his lares and penates and movo
out. When the nilair reaches this cli
max it Is equivalent to an announce
ment that tho young man positively
will not wed.
Advice to fllotliorn.
Mrs. AVinslow'fl Boothtng Byrup should
always bo used lor children toothing. It
soothes tho child, softens tho gums, allays
all pain, cures wind colic, and it Is tho' best
remedy for Olarrhcca. 25c. a bottle.
Sam Dill, colored, was hanged at Jack
sonville, Ala., yesterday, for tho murder of
Joo Smith, colored, last August.
BEING duo to tho presenco of urio
acid in tho blood, Is most effectually
cured by tho use of Ayor's Snrsnpa
rllla. Bo suro you got Ayer's and no
othor, and tako it till tho poisonous
acid is thoroughly expelled from tho
system. Wo challenge attention to this
"About two yoars'ago, after suffering
for nearly two years from rheumatic
irout. helm: ablo to wallconlv with creat
discomfort, and having tried various
remedies, including mineral watcis,
without relief, I saw by nn advertise
ment in a Chicago "paper that a man had
been rcliovcd of this distressing com
plaint, after long suffering,. by taking
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I then decided to
mako a trial of this medicine, and took
it regularly for eight months, and am
pleased to state that it has effected a
complete euro. I havo sinco had no re
turn of tho disease." Mrs. K. Irving
Dodgo, 110 "West 125th St., Now York.
" Ono year ago I was taken ill with
inflammatory lheumatism, being con
fined to my I101180 six months. I enmo
out of tho sickness very much debili
tated, with no appotito, and my system
disordered iu ovory wnv. I commenced
using Ayer's Sarsaparllla nnd began to
improve nt once, gaining in strength
and soon recovering my usual health,
I cannot say too much in praise of thla
well-known medieino." Mrs. L. A.
Stark, Nashua, N. H.
Dr. J. C. Ayer ic Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1; six bottles, $5. Worth 85 a bottlo.
WOODWARD & LOTIIUOP,
Cor, 11th and F sts. northwest.
Many ladles aro having their wash drosses
made 'now for Instant use. Judging from
tlio fickleness of tho wcathor, thero Is no
telling how coon you may need them. Bo
sides, you secure tlio choicest effects in se
Fifty styles of lovoly French Sattecns,
which surpass silks In tbo originality and
boldness of dosigns and nttraotlvcness of
color printing. Excluslvo patterns, of course.
Wash Ginghams in Plaids and Stripes at
12to per yard that look to eost double, scotoh
Ginghams at 25c. tho same for which you
havo paid 371 and 40o; and yot we havo pret
tier Ginghams at 37J, 50, 021 and 7So per yard.
'Twill bo a great Gingham yoar from prosont
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
SPECIAL VALUES IN CRA8HES.
1C0 pieces of Imported Russian Crash, all
linen and extra quality; 16 Inch, lOo a yard;
IB-Inch. l2)o a yard.
Check Glass Toweling, IB and 0 inches
18-Inch Bleached Russian Linen Crash, 121 0
18-Inch Barnsley Twilled Crash, Ho a yard.
10 Inch Barnsloy Twilled Bleached Crash,
ISc u yard.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP.
Handkerchiefs below their regular price.
We bought them so. They belong at 25c and
sold for that price at Christmas. Wo shall
sell this now purchase at 180 each, 3 for 6O0
a lor me price 01 iwo. iwteen or moro at
tractive styles, all hemstitched and embroi
dered in whlto, In colors and In black.
Wo also secured an equal bargain for chil
dren and misses. Pure Linen Hemstitched
and Scalloped Edge Handkerchiefs, embroi
dered in white ana colors, also offered at tho
low prlco of 18o each, 3 for 6O0.
Wo do not expect to evor be ablo to offer
better values than these If as good.
WOODWAKD & LOTIIROP.
A feature cf tho Muslin Underwoar stock Is
tbecompletollneforohlldren. Good MusKn
Drawers, 121o per pair. Good Muslin Waists,
12ia each. Good Muslin Skirts, 230 oaoh. Ex
cellent Muslin Gowns, priced according to
size, 87 J, 43, CO aud S3o each.
Thoroughly made, nicely trimmed and
offered low enough to get you out of tho no
tion of home-making.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP.
MOHAIR CRUSHED PLUSH.
Upholsterers say this material is easily
worked. Our customers who havo used It
Bar that Its wearing qualities cannot bo ex
celled by any othor material at twico tho
price. Colors well selocted. Width, 21
inches. $1.23 por yard.
WOODWARD & LOTnROP,
Tho merit of this artlole was discovered In
tbo cleansing of wool and Is now used In the
fircat woolen mills of this country. Further
nvestlgatlon proved Ha valuo In house-olean-Ingand
Is recommended to housekeepers,
hotels, liospl'als, miners, machinists, store
keepers, printers, painters, laundries nnd
others as being useful for washing windows,
floors of marble and wood, oleaulu paint,
washing glassware, crockery and articles of
silver, copper, tin and Iron. Full directions
accompany eaoh package.
Flrsr floor, rear.
Cor. lltli aud FSta. N. W.
In Aid of n School Lllirnry.
An entertainment given by tho schol
nrs of tho eighth grade nt tho Jefferson
school building Inst night, to provldo
funds for a school library, was, largely
attended, dcsplto tho Inclement wcalhcr,
tho hall being been packed to its ut
most capacity. An excellent' literary
nnd musical programme wns rendered
by the following young Indies nnd gen
tlemen! Misses l'rlco, PIcrco, Mullor,
King, Knight, Wecdcn, Thompson,
Mortimer, Tnbcr, Rose, Knight, King,
Illeh. Lnmb, Mrs. Voss. Miss Daniel.
and Messrs. Carl Daniel, Ross .Tnmcs,
N. Hnrvoy, M. Lynhnm, D. Knight, J.
Muller, B. E. Kramer, Julius Burnham,
M. Olmstcad, Howard and Frank Tn
bcr, E. Daniel. Tho musical exorcises
were under tho direction of Professor
J. II. Daniel.
w JJ EnJy II-
of puro Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites of Llmo and Soda In
olmoot no. palatable as milk.
Children enoy It rather than
otherwlae. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It la Indeed, and tho
little lads and laaslea who take cold
easily, may be fortified against a
counh that might prove serloua, by
taking 8oott'a Emulsion after their
monls during tho winter season.
Jtetcare of substitutions and imitations;
The Death Record atthe Heal Office
Tlio record of tho Tloalth Offlco for January
21 shows 01 deaths reported. Of those 17
wcro from PNEUMONIA, 5 from BRON
CHITIS. 4 from CONGESTION of the LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two oases tho
Oliir was given as the cause of death and
in one "LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA" was re
corded. The figures of tho day before'showed
that over B0 percent, of "thedoatha wero
caused by lung diseases.
This Isavcry lurgo showing of mortality
from long diseases, especially trom tho
For tho prevention of lung troubles of all
kinds DOUGL1SS' EMULSION is recom
mended, tho timely uso of which may avert
a serious Illness, 1 nothing worso. Douglass'
Kmnlslon is mado from Pare Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, combined with tlio Hypo
phosplittcs of Limo and Soda. It Is very pal
atablo and easily digested.
Is a speclflo for Weak Lungs, Bronchial
Troubles and General Debility. Sufferers
fiom "La Grippe" will find It will strengthen
tho Lungs, relieve tho Soreness of tho Cheat
and quickly cure tho Cough rosultlng from
rillCE PEIt BOTTLE, 73c
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL DRUGGIST.
1011 r STREET NORTHWEST.
Advertisements under thli Head, four lines or
less, 23 cents for one Insertion; SO cents for three.
No. 1740 F st n w, 10 rooms, all m. 1.;
in excellent order S50 00
No. 1410 Ccrcoran st, to rooms, with 2-
story brick stable 40 00
G. A. JORDAN,
8t 141" F st.
1701IUavonw.l7rs $200 00
1011 Conn ave, 15 rs 200 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stable 200 00
1411 K st n w. 13 rs 200 00
lC22Vtavenw, 10 rs 200 00
Macs ave, nr 18th. 17 rs 173 00
loco 18th stnw. 11 rs 123 00
1228MstUW, 15 rs 123 00
1409 Mass avo, 15 rs 123 00
liiiY y sin w. Ji rs tuu uu
14C0 chapln st n w, 18 rs 100 00
1742 Pstn w,12 rs 100 00
1402 Chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00
1042 2lst stnw. 10 rs 70 00
007 M st n w, 10 rs CO 00
15270 stnw, 10 rs , CO 00
014 12th st n w. 10 rs CO 00
039 8 8t n w, 8 rs 50 00
1S01 21st st n w. 8 rs CO 00
121811th staw. lOrs 50 00
Pst, ncar21st,7rs SO 00
1010 Corcoran stnw, 0 rs 43 CO
2032Gstn w, 10 rs 40 00
3073 Mstn w, and store, 0 ra 40 00
434 N J ave s 0. 10 rs 40 03
1430Stoughtonst.8 rs 33 00
SOCOQstn W.2T8 33 33
1429 8 st n w, 6 rs 30 00
The above bouses can be examined by por
inlt from our office only,
THOMA8 J. FISHER CO.,
1324 F st. n. w.
1017 15th stnw. 12 rs, far $150 00
1202 N stnw, 12 rs, fur 130 00
1004 II stnw. lOrs. fur 100 00
8327 N Stnw, 18 rs CO 00
732 21st stnw, 14 rs 45 00
814 1st stnw, 10 W 40 00
511 Borneo st 40 00
1304 T st n w. 8 rs 40 00
1013 T stn W.Ors 30 50
71C0thstno,0rs 23 00
1819 8th stnw, 5 rs and stable 18 CO
CHAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and O sts. n. w.
I?OR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
; room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo school In
Untontown. Inquire of A.BEHREND.433H
st n w
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 23 cents for ons tnsertton; 50 cents for three.
IJTOlf'sALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 0ROOM
frame house, Just finishing; hydrant In
yard; lot 10x115; snug home; prloo, $800. Ap-
ply to II
iiy to iiuuiini' i. UMU.UA.B, itoom no. , uis
IJIOR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 85
! foot alloy, bet 0th and 10th nnd G and II
sts a w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closots
fronting the Potomac; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot Mi feet front by (Wl deep, 49 foot
from 0th st. Apply within.
I7IOR SALE-THREE OF TOE CHEAPEST
) houses In Washington, 100, 103 and 110
11th st n e; two-story and basement, brown
Btono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; eleotrlo
bolls and gas; price, 3,500 each, $500 cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
FOR SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
ner house; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
ored; looo North Carolina avo. Worth 85,
o. Will sell at a sacrifice or rent low.
OWNER. Room to. 810 F st n w.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, S cents for ons insertions; 60 cents for three,
AaENVLEMANWISnKS THE Ac
quaintance of a confiding lady friend
f or light clerloa! work and amusement. Ad
dress II. WARE, care of 831 14th st n w.
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUOHT-ie COM
plete tunes aud aooompanlmenti In one
quarter. $0. McUaULEY MOORE, 1745 F
st. 717 21st st.
NOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
, "big money" for gents' flrst-olass seo-ond-band
clothing. Address or call at
JUBTU'S OLD STAND, 6J9 D st. n. w.
The Arlington Tiro Jnsurnnco Co ,
For the District of Columbia.
Cash Capital, $800,000.
WnllorS. Cox, prosldont; William Klng.vtoo
prcsldcnt; W. It. Riley, Charlos Edmonston,
William Gait, 8. Thomas Brown. Dr. J. W.
H, Lovojoy, Dr. W. W. Johnston, F. Ii.
C.B. Maury, trcasnrcr; Frank T. Itawltngs,
Office, 1503 Pennsylvania avenue, north of U.
Iluy Your Merchandise nt Homo.
Thero Is no good or tnstlflablo roason why
any ono residing In this city should go to
New York to mako their purchasoj. If you
need anything In tbo furniture lino, uphol
stery, dcoc rations, &o. godlreot to Hough'
ton & Co 's representative establishment, at
1218 and 1220 P street northwost, and thero
you wilt find exactly tho samo olat s of goods
tl nt will bo fhown yon In Now York, and nt
tho tnmo prlcos, nnd thereby save time,
money and vexation of spirit, and at tho
enmo time assisting to Jjnlld up ono of tho
bandsomest cities In tho world,
1! udil en's Iteproanntatlvo Installment
This rellablo Installment establishment, nt
030 and 032 Sovcnth strcot, has a eomploto
stock of nil kinds of morohandlso that Is re
quired to furnish a well-regulated household
nt rash prices on tho Installment plan, and
dictate your own terms.
I'or Wnslilnctou Dressoil Deof
go to John It. Kelly, stalls C28, 029 and 030 Con
tra Market, and 208 and 208 Northern Liberty.
Corned beef a spoelalty.
IT ANTED llELV.
Advertisements vnder this head, four lines or
ess, 25 cents for ens insertion! CO cents for three.
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; references given. Apply 1819 N 11 av;
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR OEN
oral housework In a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
draughtsman and two first-class ma
chlnlsls. CUTTER SAW CO., this offlco.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING. INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great Bavolr falre, for literary
work. Largo salary. Wrlto London & Hart
ford Pub. Co., N. Y.
NE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, ono who
has an acquaintance among Washington
canvassers, to tako excluslvo control of tho
sale of "A Library of Amertoan Literature"
In Washington. This is ono of the most
salable works now on tho market. Nino of
Its eleven largo octavo volnmos aro now out.
This Is a grand opportunity for a flrst-olass
man ard we aro prepared to mako such a
0110 n very liberal offer. CHAS. L. WEB
STER & CO., 3 East 14th st.. N. Y. city.
Advertisements under this head, Juur lines or
less, 25 cents for on insertion; 50 cents for three.
by tho day at home; willing to assist
with othor work; 00 cents a day. B. E. It.,
TTCJANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN, A
V V placo to do cooking and general house
work; references furnished, Addross FANNY
ALEXANDER. 152512th st n W.
ANTED-TO TURCHASE A GOOD
r house, with Tor 8rs. with all mod Imm.
on monthlv payments. Address, with full
particulars, J. J. 1, Board of Review, Buroau
VKJ ANTED-TO HENT-A GOOD BRICK
y dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and It and 12th and 17th sts n w.
Address II., this office, stating terms.
WANTEIt Ml SO ELXiANEO US.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
lesi, 25 cents for ons insertion; 50 cents for three,
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER.
WM. FRIEDERICK, Manufacturing
Jeweler. CO! 7th st n w,opposIto U. S. Patont
Office; fine clock and watch repairing a
QQAfk TO $500 wanted fromo TO 12
toOUU months; satisfactory reference
given that the louner will recolvo double tho
cr""unt loaned. Address II. It., this offlco.
W ANTED-TO BUY FOR CASn, LARGE
or small lots of high value Newspaper,
Department or other rare Stamps; also col
lections of Postage Stamps. Call or address
BURGER & CO.,50:Nassan st, New York.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
suite or single, at the Buckingham, 920
15th st n w. overlooking MoPhorson Square
J70R RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
! suitable for gentlemen. No. 003 M st n w.
ARTHUR PLACE. N W, FIRST HOUSE
from B st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen: rent low to .rcsnonslblo nartles who
will be permanent; convenient to the Capitol.
FOR aAZEMISOELZANEO VB.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
L shelving, now In No. 712 Ttlist n w; must
be sold at once. Apply C22I stn w.
OR SALE-S75-SrECIAL STAR. 61-INCn,
silent racnet, t nickel, absolutely por
t condition. Add ress or apply 223 A st a e.
FOR SALE-75 SHARES OF TOE "JUD
son Pneumatio Railway Stock." Please
address A, at this office, and make a cash
J? OK bAXiE ANB JtENT.
TnOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F strcet.l
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
4 STORY BRICK AND FRA2IE HOUSES FOR
03811 sts w.bb. 18 rs $22,000
715 Otb st u w. b h,m 1, 14 rs 18. ,000
1738 1 stn w, b h. m 1, 11 rs 15,000
3 6TORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1731 19th st n w, b b, 9rs $7,500
liX) Mass avo n w, t li. 8 rs 7,359
38Istn w, bh, 11 rs.! 0.500
BOSOthstnw, bh.8 rs 4,500
sail and 2213 7th st n w, b h, Ors 4.000
8255 K stnw, bh, lOrs 8,000
1132 26th st n w, b ji, 8 rs 1,540
Alley between 2lBt and 22d, 21 and N sts
uw, bb.Ors K1.500
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
4246lhstsw fb,5rs 2,000
1818 and 1820 Lawrcnco stn w.f h.Brs.. 2,000
1430 Sampson st n w, f h, Ors 2,000
niv sine, i u, u rs i.twu
42 Myrtle st n e, U h,7r 1,700
Alloy bet 6th and 7th, Q and E sts s e,
bh.3 rs 1.500
12 Capitol alley s w, b h,0 rs....- 1,151
813 2dstso,f h,4rs ,.. 800
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mass ave. bet Del ave and 1st stn o $1 00
N. o. cor Va ave and 22d stn w 75
N o cor Nil ave and F stn w 70
Ost, bet 2d and 8d n e CO
S w cor 3d and L sts no 50
B nnd 0. 20th and 21st sts u w 40
Mount Pleasant 40
5th st, bet Va avo and Gsts o. ...,....., so
1st st, bet O and P sts s w 10
HOUSES FOR RENT.
ORKstnp.Ors 830 00
KJlnnd833(lthstno.O ra 18 00
1015 U stnw, Ors 10 30
Kervand Ilouse, WoodteyPark,5rs 15 00
1225 Md are s w, 0 rs 15 00
317 and 310 10th stne.firs 13 00
Ch&mplaln ave, near Columbia road.,,. 14 CO
88 Ilefrces st n w 7 is... 13 89
1813 0th stnw, Irs 12 30
Rear 1707 8th st It w, 4 rs 7 29
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Storeroom 1118 F st nw $125 00
Storeroom 1111 F stn w 100 00
017Fstnw, front rm, 2d floor 50 00
Hall, NYave, bet 13th and 14th etsn
v. rent. $50 a night; $25 a day.
4C8 La a o.lst floor, 2'frontrs 89 00
4C8 La avo; 4th floor, 4rs SO CO
Hall, 4th floor, lth and E sts nw 80 00
btranddwg n wcorMband Kutsuw.. 20 00
Stoi erooin s o cor 1st and N sts n w.. . 15 00
Central Building, rm 17 10 00
REAL E6TATE INVESTMENT.
Sate as U. 8. bonds; 6 and 0 per cent., payablo
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pro
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list call at oflloe for
bulletin, lssuod on the 1st aud 15th.
roil SA.h' Oil RXCJlAXail.
F" ' R SALEOU BXCH AROE-A COSY HoME
near station; easy payments. II. S. W.,
Room SI, War Department. fe7,s&S
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Bets In Poplar from $1D tip.
Bedroom Sots In Oak or Cherry from
Bedroom Bets In Walnut from $40.
Parlor Suits In Hair Cloth or Plush,
GROGAN'S, 739 and
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gas Conors at $1.15 and 81.50 for Instantly maktnc Tea or Ooffea.
For Urso and small families. Just the store for summer use, as yon extinguish a
tho instant the cooking is done. For sale by tba
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TexL-b2a- S"ba?oetJ -3ST. "W
FOR SALE-SOUTH BROOKLAND.
With City 8treots, Avonuos nnd Circles.
FOR SALE Wo havo about 100 Lots. 50x130
feot each, left In that beautiful subdivision
known as South Drookland, which Is In con
formity with tho plan of tho elty, having
streets 90 feet and avenues 130 feet wide.
This subdivision Is south of and adjoining
Drookland. convenient to tho Metropolitan
Urnnch Railroad and Elcctrlo cars, near tho
Unlvorslty nnd Soldiers' nomo. Tho lots
now left wilt bo sold at the low prloo of
from 4 to 10 cents por foot on easy terms.
For plats and further Information npply to
WM. O. DENISON. 933 F st n w, or to RED
FORD W. WALKER, 1007 F st n W.
17IOR SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEW H EIGHTS
on Tcnnallytown Road and Woodley
Lane, opposite Oak Viow. Elcctrlo railway
tracks now laid to theso lots, which havo
sidewalks In front and gas mains. Prlcos
lower than asked for other lots In Immediato
vicinity, bmall cash payments. Monthly or
yearly time given at 5 per cent. Interest;
DBALL. DROWN & CO.. 1321 F St.
FOlt JUEXTJtriSO EIsTiANEOVB.
T"V"n e fine' oyster's Soop'anStaciit,
Ella Tread woll, for rent, for sale or ox
chargo for other property at Bennett's shlp
yard. foot of 11th st s w.
T70R RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE
JD rooms, with steam heat, for rent In tho
Builders' Exchango building, 1421 a st n w.
Apply on tbo prcmlsos to tho SUPERIN
TENDENT. MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-class securities at lowest rates of
rest. No delay whore Bcouiity Is good.
O. O. QREEN,
803 7th St. n. w.
ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
ATS AND 0 PER CENT.
1413 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WB ARE Au
thorized by the United Security Lifo In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on Improved proportyln
Washington up to 75 per eont. of actual mar
ket valuo, with or without life lnsuraneo.
Lonno payablo In monthly or quarterly In
stallmcnfs, running 5, 10, Is or 20 years. In
many Instances tho payments are loss than
the rental of a house. F. H. SMITH & SON,
1222 F st n w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in Bams to salt
On Approved Real Estato Security.
B. H. WARNER & CO.,
01(1 V Rfc.ll. w.
TnE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 14th St. n. w.
SrOaterm. Tilal lossons free. Send for
Branches In New York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chloago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris,
France; Berlin and Dresden, Germany.
HE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
i.'xti act from a private letter;
"In reply to yonr request for my advice as
to a good school for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington,
D. C. Tho standard of scholarship thero Is
high, the Instruction thorough and tho Influ
ences good, L. Q.. C. Lamar,
Justice U. S. Supreme Court."
Tho school opens Sept.SO. au28-d&stf
1 115 F street. Member of Washington
Stoclt rxeliaugc. All local stocks
aud securities bought uud sold.
Q rand, Upright and Square.
Special attention of purchasers is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC BTYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrfOOP
915 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock of
CHASE, OABLER, WHEELOCS, BRIQGS,
BEUNINO and other Pianos.
Tho Wonderful Self-Playing jBoltan Organ.
STORY & CLARK. CLOUGQ A WARREN
Sold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet muslo and musical merchandise at
the old stand, wa Pa. are.
Ingrain Carpots from 26c. up.
Extra Super Ingrain from 60c.
Brussels Carpet from 75c.
74i 7th St. N. W.
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally conceded by evon tho
most fanatical teetotalers that a glass of
thoroughly matured and pure wine 3 tho
most wbolesomo, health and strength-giving
beverage for mankind. Almost ovory State
no matter how oold its cllmato produces
crapes from which wine Is pressed, bat THE
PASADENA WINES aro mado from Ihoso
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapos
which attain the hlghost grade of maturity
and riponess and aro thorofore tho bost wines
In the market.
H. A. SELIGSGN,
1200 and 1202 Pebna. Avo. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho sole agent for the Pasadena Wines
and Brandies and sell at marvelously low
prices. I have received orders from rich and
poor alike and all cheerfully acknowledge
that tho Pasadena Wines and Brandies aro
by far the bost and purest In tho District,
notwithstanding tho fact that my prices aro
tho very lowest.
My 20 per cent, removal discount will bo
Please compare my prices with those
All Cfsrpok MM and
Freu of Charge
Per Gal. Per Gal.
. $1 00 $0 80
. 1 50 120
. 1 to 1 20
. 1 50 120
. 1 CO 1 20
'SCO 1 60
. 1 50 1 20
.200 1 CO
. 1 00 80
, 4 00 3 20
, BOO 4 00
. 10 00 8 00
. 1 10 120
. 12 00 0 60
. 13 00 10 40
Claret, extra quality.. , . . .
Mierry (Golden o-Pale)...,
Sherry ' ex
Port, extra old
Brandy, very old
Brandy, very, very old ... ,
Champagne, quarts, doz,.
Champagne, pints, 2 doz..
V1RGINIAAND nOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret $1 00 $0 80
Norton's Virginia Soldllng,
per dozen 4 00 8 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) 00 80
I carry the largest stock of Imported Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St. Croix Rums
and all tho French Cordials, including tho
celebrated after-dinner cordial, CREME DE
MENTIIE (Cream of Mint), green or orange.
Tho oldest Rye, Bourbon and Imported
Whiskies can always be found at my stoic
I enumerato a few:
Trimble Puro Ryo
MoDtleello Pure Rye
Perfection Puro Rye
Hannlsvilln Puro Rye
Old Kentucky Sour Mash
In Demllohps or
bcotch Whisky, old ,. 0 00
fcotch Whisky, very old.,.. 7 50
Scotch Whisky, very, vory
old 10 00
Irish Whisky, old 0 00
Irish Whisky, very old 7 50
Irish Whisky, very, very old. 10 00
German Roggen Brantwein. 5 00
I make a spcolaltyof high-flavored Cook
ing and Jolly Wines and Brandies,
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR HEROHAUT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. H. W.
QIX.T KDQB or
And you will always have beautiful Broad.
Rolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T & CO.
W D street northwest,
Washington, D, 0,
Webster Law Building,
Bttttdeaa 1313 H ttraet northwest.
1 CERES H
Tlio Great Pennsylvania Ronto
To the North, West, and Southwest,
Double Track. Splendid Scenery,
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
In ErrncT Janoabt 1st, 1890.
Trains leave Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth and 11 streets, as follows:
Fon PrrrsBmia and tho West, Chloago
Limited Express of Pullman Vcstlbulcd Csrg
at 10.10 am dally; Fast Lino, 10.60 am dally to
Cincinnati and St, Louis, with Sleeping Con
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati, and Sleoplng
Cars Hnrrlsburg to Indiannpolls; dally, ox
copt Saturday, to Chicago, with Bleeping Car
Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chlongo nnd
Cincinnati Express. 8.80 p m dally. Parlor
Car Wnthlngton to Unrrlsburg, and Slooplng
Cars Unrrlsburg to St. Louis. Chicago and
Cincinnati, and Dining Car Harrlsbnrg to St.
Lonls. Western Express, at 7.40 p m dally,
with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
nnd St. Louis, connecting dally at Harris
burg with through Sleepers for LouliTillo
nnd Memphis. 1'aclflo Express, 10.00 p m
dally, for Pittsburg nnd tho West, with
through Slcoper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg
BALTIMORE AND POTOSIAO RAILROAD.
Fon Rank. Canandntgun, Roehostor and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Fon Er.iK, Canandalgua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo nnd Nlagarn dally, except
Saturday. 10.00 pm., with Slooplng Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiLMAKsroRT. Look Haven nnd El
mlra, at 10.50 a m dally, oxcopt Sunday.
Fon WimAJisronT dally, 8S0 p m.
Fon PiiiLAnsLniiA, Now York and tho East,
7.20,9.00, 11.00 and 11.40 , 126.96.36.199, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a
m, 2.10, 3.20. 4.10. 10 00 and 11.20 p m. Limited
Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40 a m
dally, oxcopt Sunday, nnd 4pm dally, with
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrnxss, 8 10 a m week days, and 8.10
pm dally. Accom., 0.00 p m dally. ,
For Boston, without chango, 3JW p m every
Fon BnooKt.TN. N. Y.. aH through trains
connect nt Jcrsoy City with boats of Brook
lyn Annex.nrrordfngdlrccttransforto Fulton
street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across Now
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m week days.
11.20 p m dally.
Foil llAi.TiiionK, 0.85, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00, 9 40,
10.50, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 12.05, 2.10, 3 20, 8.30,
4.00,4.10, 4.20. 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and
11.20p.m. On Sunday, 9.00, 9.05,10.50,11.40
am, 10, 3.20, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10. 0.00, 7.40, 8.10
10.00 nnrf 11.20 p. m.
Fon rorx'a CnisrK Lino, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p.
m dally, except Sunday.
Fob Amnatous, 7.20, 9, a m, 12 05 and 4.20
p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0.03 a m,
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDKRICK8BURQ
RAILWAY. AND ALEXANDRIA AND
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 18, 1889.
Fon Alexandria, 4.80, 6.85, 7.45,8.40, 9.45.
10.67 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 05, 4.15, 4.25, 4.55, 6.01,
8.02, 10.05 nnd 11.37 pn. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 0.45, 1057 a m, 2.80, 4.15, 6.01, 8.02 and
10.05 p ra.
Accommodation fob Quantico, 7.45 a m and
4.55 p m weok dnvs. 7.45 a m Sundays.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4.30, 10.57 a
m daiy, and 4.15 p m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4,55 p m week days.
TniATinlcavo Alexandria for Washington,
0 05, 7 05, 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m; 1.20, 8.00,
5.10. 0.10. 7.05. 9.20. 10.32. 10.43 and lllns n
m. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5.10,
6 10. 7.05, 0.20, 10 32 and 10.42 p m.
Ticket s and Information at the offloo, north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and atthe station, whereorders can
bo left for tho checking of baggage to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUQH, J. R. WOOD,
General Managor. Gon. Pass. Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schcdulo In offeet Deo. 29. 18S9.
Leave Washington from Station corner of
New Jcrsoy avenuo and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbulcd
Limited express dally 11:20 a m, express 9:30
For Cincinnati. St. Lonls and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
Fon PiTTsoura nnd Cloveland, Vcstlbulcd
Limited express dally 11:20 a m and express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexinoton and Local Stations, tl0:30
Fon Winciiesteu nnd Way Stations, t5.S0
1'on LcnAr. 8:40 d m.
For Baltimoue, week days, 4.00, 5 00, 6.40.
7.20, 8.30,920, 9 45 (11.00, 12.00, 45 minutes),
a m, 12.10, 2 CO. 2.30 (45 minutes). S.15(45-mln-ntcs).
3.25, 4.25, 4 SO, 4.35, 6.30, 6.20, 7.10, 7.45,
9.00, 10.30 nnd 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.20,
8.30, 0 20. 9.45 a m, 12 00 (ttmlnutos). 1.15.
2.00, 2.30 (13-mlnutes), 188.8.131.52,4.33, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 0 00. 10.30 and 11.30 p m.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5.00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.85, 0.20, ll.so p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 2.r,4 35,0.20,llSOpm.
Tkains leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 6.80, 7.20, 7.45, 8 00, 8.30,
0.15 and 10.15 am: 12.10,12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. 5,00. 6.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.35,
10.20. 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.43, 8.30,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00, 12.50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15.
5.00,020,7.10, 7.30. 8.80, 8.35,10.20, 10.25 and
Fon Annatolis, 0.40 a m, 12.10. 455 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m. 4.85 p m. Leave An
napolis 0,40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays.
8.37 nm, 4.00 pm.
For Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
to. 45, S10.30 a m, 1.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tlO.SO a m, t4.30 and 5.S0 p m.
For Rockville nnd way stations, tf.85 p m.
1'on GAiTiiEiisEuna and Intermediate points,
0.00 a m, tl 00. '5.35, tll.35 p m.
For Bovd's and Intermediate stations, r7.00
pm, $10.00 pm.
Cnuncn train leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10pm, stopping at all stations on
For Frederick. t8.45. til SO n m, t3.10, fl.SO
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon HAGEnsiowN, til. 20 a. m. and t5.30
Trains arrivofrom Chicago dally 11.45 am
and 4.05 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Lonls
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 am, 0 60pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PIHLADELPHIA DI
VISION. For New York, Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth. N. J.. 4.00, t8.00, 9.20, 12.00 a m,
2.80, 4.20 and 10.80 p m. Buffot Tarlor
Cars on all dny trains. Sleeping Car on the
10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
For Philadelphia, Nowark, Wilmington
nnd Chester. 4.00, t8.00, 9 20, 12.00 a m,
2.30, '4.20, 7.10 and 10.80 pm.
For intermediate points between Balti
more' and Philadelphia, ts.00 and S7.20 am,
Trains leave New York for Washington,
8.so,tll.00a m, 2.00, "3.20, 3.00 p m and
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, .lS, 11.10am,tl.S5, iA0, 0.05.,7.40
Fon Atlantic Citt, i 00 a m and 12.00m.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12 00 noon.
tExcopt Sunday. Dally. SSnndayonly.
Baggogo called for nnd checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Co. on
orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1351 Pa.
avo. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Sohednle In effect May 12, 1839.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and B
streets, 10.67 a m for Newport Nows. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 6.05 p m, and Norfolk at 6.35
11:24 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentnoky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.33
0.40 p m F. F. V. Vestibule Bpeolal, daily,
solid trains with dining oars run through
without ohange to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Loxlngton and Louisville.
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avonue.
H. W. FULLER. Gon. Fass. Agent.
COMMISSIONERS OIT HEEVS.
S. BUNDY. COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL
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