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the TTAsnisroTON ramc, Monday, febuuatiy 10, isoo.
WOIIK OF THE CENTRAL UNION
MISSION AND ITS BRANCHES.
J Hurts In Itiilmi I'miil lur it Now
Hiillitln- llolng Mmlii Intimating
IHMnry i r mi tinllliitlciti Which
lluil Very H limit Ili-ginnlug.
Tl o I lojeot for Hie unction of ii
lcininucnl hrmo for the Central I nlon
JIIf-on will shoitly luccivo Mibstnulliil
otil linn llio litialtiu-s men of tills city.
Mr, 15. 11. Warner nnil other well
Known i lllzcus hnvc Interested tliem
M'lvcsln tlio welfare of tlicMlsslon nnil
will Mioilly hold a mcetlns for the pur
voio of discussing plans by which the
necessity amount of money for the
cicillon of the new home will lie
The directors of this institution liiivo
lecnolTentl seveial sites on I'cnnsyl
vnnln uvenno, lint us yet have made no
fclu'tlcii. It is vcij piobnble, however,
Unit in the full the -Mission will be In
Mailed in an edlllce iiinple ciiout-li to
enable it to carry out lis ureal work.
Although lilts iutiluti(in luisonly
been in existence tlvo years, In work
litis been fell throughout the entire
illy It was slaitt.il In a small
room in a house on l'ennsylvaiila
avenue by live gentlemen who saw the
.rent null of mission woifc. Thco
gctilkincn coiisllluted its boaid ol (II
Helms and took turns In conducting
seivlccs. Innshortliuic thontlemliincc
at the mieslon had inciuusc-il to sucli an
extent tbut n larper loom was required
In which to hold the service. F.ven
with tliu enlarged accommodations the
atlendanee continued to lticioasc, until
nt the present time the mission controls
the largo hull on I'uiinsylvania nvenuo
nnil eight branches scattered about the
eilv and n Gospel wiiirnn.
lMiriug the past "few months the
meetings held in the Pennsylvania ave
nue hall have been much overcrowded.
A timilar state of alTairs existed nt tliu
branches. On Sunday uveiiing the
number of people who" tried to get into
the Pennsylvania avenuu hull was so
Ureal as to cause u policeman to lie
called In lo prevent overcrowd
inc. Similar measures had to bo
taken at nearly every meeting; dur
ing the past year. This gratifying
increase in Iho attendance caused tliu
members of the board of directors,
which now numbero ten, to hunt about
for tome means of accommodatintr all
who desired to listen to the preaching
of the gobpcl. It was then that tbo
project of erecting a permanent home
for the Jlission was broached. Al
though no former appeal was made for
hubsrriptlons, nearly tfl.oOO lias already
been collected for the new edlllce.
Neatly $700 of this amount was sub
beribed during the past week by at
tendants of the Mission.
It is expected that Mr. Warner and
the olhcr business men who are inter
ested will deviso means by which the
money necessary for the construction o'
the building will be speedily raised.
After these gentlemen have met it U
probable that a mass meeting of friends
of the Mission will be held in cue of the
churches of this city to indorse their
action and assist them in their eflorts.
The directors of the Mission have
already been offered two churches for
this purpose. This is an indication of
the good feeling whieli exists between
the Mission and the churches.
The former institution calls itself
the child of Iho churches. Its object is
the conversion ol erring onus, and all
converts are urged to unite with somu
evangelical church in the city. Sinco
tbo establishment of the work nearly
'J.000 persons hat u hci-n converted. A
great many of these conversions wero
made by the workers on the Gospel
wagon. This vchieio was started on
its work about two ycaisugo. It is a
veritable chapel on wheels, and be
sides containing a cabinet organ ac
commodates thirty persons. Itesidostho
work done at the meetings the Mission
keeps the main hull open day and
night, and a missionary is always on
hand to talk with those who may come
in, A lady missionaiy is also employed
to visit the homes of attendants. This
lady and the missionary at the hall arc
the only persons connected with the
Mission who are remunerated for their
t-crvlccs. The other workers labor
without pay, and many of them con
tribute toward the Mission's expenses.
During Iho past year the institution
has held 2,13!) meetings, which were at
tended by 1111,741 persons. Its expenses
wci(!-l, 120.87, which was contributed
by the 200 members of its executive
committee and . by members of the
various churches. None of these sub
scriptions exceeded -i2 a month. The
gentlemen who havo charge of
this work and who consti
tute its board of directors are:
James II. Hitchcock, George Yv".
"Wheeler. N. A. Kobbins, A. L. Swar
twotit, W. C. Tyler, K. D. Bailey, S. I
ForBter, O. B. Brown, T. O. Severance,
and George AV. Ilavell. All these
gentkmen are business men, with the
ixception of Mr. Bailey. The latter is
. a reeuluTly-ordaiucd minister, but ho
has not been connected with any church
in some time, nitbough he has been one
of the most carrrost workers at life Mis
sion. He and the oilier directors cx
pci I, when the now building is erected,
to be nblo In double their efforts.
chini:si; vkk'jknci: or mind.
A I'lillonoplier ItelutcK an Iiutanre ol
Ttmlr WoDilurtiil Beit Control.
"It is not along the broader lines of
social life ulono that we can trace race
characteristics and distinctions," said a
seedy looking individual in front of a
Philadelphia hotel, buttoning up a well
worn fall overcoat closely to his throat,
ho as to conceal the still more worn
summer coat beneath, and drawing on,
with careless fastidiousness, n pair of
kid gloves that were badly in need of
repair. His gcncrnl appearance, as de
scribed by Iho Inquirer, was that of n
broken down snortlnc man or a ward
politician who had been subsisting for
nihny months on the expectations of an
appointment when tho Civil Servico law
Is ropcaled; his air was Hint of a million
aire just sauntering out after having en
joyed a sumptuous dinner, but, accord
lug to his own statement, ho was neither.
"I am n student of bociul science," ho
btiid, "and nothing delights mo more
than to study national peculiarities and
cbaiuctcristics as lliey are revealed in
the trivial occurrences of every-dayllfo.
"I'd illusuuto, I went Into a JNinth
street Chineso laundry tho other oven
liig Tho heathen had neglected to send
my linen home. That, however, did
not strike mo as a race peculiarity; it is
rather a class characteristic common to
nil lauudrymen, un matter what their
nationality. Hut something occurred
while I waited that did strike me.
'It was just about dusk. Tho streets
wrro crowded with people going homo
from work, and In tho room half a
dozen Chinamen wero busy Ironing at
different tables. A coal oil lamp that
hung in tho bulk window bad just been
lighted. A good deal of oil had been
spilled on tho outsldo of tbo bowl in
filling it, and suddenly this caught fire
nud blned up, not only eudangorlng
tho red curtains diaped about tho win
dow, but threatening to cause an ox
plosion of tho lamp.
"A Chinaman on tbo far side of tho
room saw tbo flames and uttered a sin
glc exclamation to call the. attention of
the others. Thnl was the only sound
innde by any of the Celestials and none
of them left their woik except one nim
blo llltlo fellow, who jumped lightly
and quickly into tho window.
"Hut the llnme- had been seen from
tlicsticcls, and instantly tho room was
lllltd with p.iscis-by, who mslicil
madly In, encli one shouting dliecllons
at the top of his voice.
" 'Tlnow the lamp Into the street1'
'I)nh water upon ill' 'linn for a no
lleeinan" 'Plilko tho flrc-nlnrm" thev
cried, nnil one excited Individual yelled.
'Taken club and smash itlo pieces.'
"Meanwhile the llltlo Chlnumau In
the window bad iii1ckl. scl.ed a large
damp cloth fiom Ills table, nnd while
his fellow-cotintiymen looked calmly
on amid nil the confusion nnd hubbub
he wrn lined iWiround the burning lamp
and held It tlieio till tliu Hume's wero
completely smothered. Then lie quietly
ii'tiiiued to his work without stopping
for a moment to discuss Iho occurrence,
but it was K'vcial minutes before tbo ex
citement bad died out among the Cau
casians who had crowded tn nuil they
ere leady to tlcpiil,
"Now this (inference of bchnvlor In
the face of danger and ntnlil exciting
circumstances, does ecitalnly indicate
a fundamental nud characteristic dilfcr
euco between tho Oriental nud Occi
dental incc. You may say thnl tliu
conduct of the Chinaman resulted
niciely from Oriental apalhy, or you
may attribute it to the fatalistic habits
of thought engendered by I'.asturn re
ligions, or you may say that the occur
lencc furnished a continuation of Iler
beit Hpenrci's theory, Unit hurry nnd
overwork have lesultcd in a condition
of nervous Instability nmoiiu nil Ihu
races of tho AVcst. But whatever you
attribute It to, I tell you tliu Chinaman's
method of action Is the best, when you
have to deal with a coal oil lamp that
is about exploding.
"You couldn't lend men dime, could
you, to pay my car fine ' I want to get
to Itlehmond, wlicic I am announced
to lecture before a conclave of the Tho
Illooil Will. Toll."
There Is no ouestton about It blood will
tell especially It It be un Impure blood,
blotches, eruptions, pimples and bolls arc
all sjmptomsof an Impure blood, duo to
Hie Improper action of tho liver. When
this important organ fulls to propeily per
form Its function of purifying and demis
ing tlio blood, Impurities aio carried to all
parts of the sjstcui, and tho symptoms
above referred to are merely evidences of
the struggle of linturo to throw off the
poisonous germs. Unless iter warning be
liecdcd in time, serious results arc certain
to follow, culminating hi liver or kidney
disorder, or even In consumption. Dr.
ricree's Golden .Medical Discovery will
jirc cut aud cure these discuses by restor
ing the Ihcr to u healthy condition.
National ICIIlcs Hop.
Tho National Utiles gave another of
their popular hops Saturday night,
which wns in keeping with those pre
viously given by this organization.
Dancing was the order of the evening.
Among thoe piesent were:
Major and Mrs. Van HooUe. T.leiitcuant
and Mrs. George W. Iivans. Misses Carrie
Sinister, Addle Miller, Ida Tonillnsou, Ollie
Aiiuins, .tatnio uojii, Helen noyu, Mongers,
Selt2, Haulliuan, Mabel Jones, Glcskiugs,
Adamsou, Unlcy, Morgan, Itcim Sinister,
liussell, Jarboc, Ilucston, Lake, Herrou,
Etta Knlpbl, Cox, Alice .Miller, Johnston,
(irlllin, Colton, AVooil, I.ocklicnrt, Handout,
Dr. Walhuiiiitcr and Dr. J. Wilson Davis,
Messrs. Mct'oullil, Tracy, Campbell,
Tlugee, Musscy, Eugene Crist, .Mare Olds,
I.. C. Justice, "(Juiiin, E.Harry Sinister,
diaries Brooks, Mcltou, J. C. Harbour,
Maloney, J. Make Miller and Halton.
"You can order Tun CniTic by postal card.
It will be sent to jour address every even
ing for 33 cents. -
of pure Cod Liver Oil with llypo
pliosphltea of LI mo and Soda la
almost as palatable as milk.
Children enjoy It rather than
otherwlne. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It Is Indeed, and tho
little lads and taeniae who take cold
easily, may be fortified against n
counh that might prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion after their
meals during the winter season.
SPRING LEAF TEA
AT 50 CENTS A POUND,
And Every Other Vaitety of
At Extremely Low Prices.
1JJ5 V STltEET.
pTotlel A rtldM or efit ronr-f aid oa recel it or 1 &c, by
e5-irraj' Jj always
u3 !fl iyfa HJI JWWl B sin
a i ffo
After tlio nl'nrlor Saclnt."
Doin .lenhlns nnd John Honesty nro
Iwo toloicd icsldcnts of Georgetown
who llvo together ns man nnd wITe.
Last night Horn went to a "parlor
social" with another mnn, mid when
(he ictuined .iolin had locked the door
and remarked that bo had an n.e In
side and bo would use it on her unless
tlio left the neighborhood. Hut this
Ihreat didn't frighten her, nnd she
reached down In tho folds of her dress
and biought up n long knife with n
crooked handle nnd nsked him to step
outside wllli his n.e, sho was ready for
him. lie did step outside, but bo went
tlu.ough the back door, found Olllcer
l'asseno on tho coiner, nud when the
two lclurncd they found Dora waiting
patiently for John with tlio kulfo still
in her blind, tilic wns taken lo tho sta
tion nlong with John, nnil In the Police
Court this morning slio wns sent to tho
woikhouso for sl.tv tlnvs. John went
with her for half that term.
To Hie tVnrliliomo Again.
Joseph Oi'nves, an old man with a
white moustache and a ted face, walked
Into the dock unsteadily this morning
nnd pleaded not guilty to being a
"Ifo has a sick wlfo, your Honor,"
said Olllcer Welsh, "and ho hasn't been
sober since tho 27lh or last month,
when ho was icleascd from the work
house." "lie can go back again," said Judge
Is believed to bo eaued by oioei of lactic
acid In tbo blood, owing to the failure of tho
kidneys and liver to pioporly romovo It. Tlio
acid attack the llbrons tlfues, particularly
In the Joints and causes tho local manifesta
tions of the dlea,-c, pains iind 110110!" In tbo
buck and i-liotihlcrs, and In tlio Joints at tho
knees, ankles, l.lp and wrists. Thousands
of t'coplo bavo found In Hood'i Harsaparllla
apoltic,and permanent euro for rheuma
tism. Till? medicine by Its purifying nnd
balking action, neiitrnllrcs tlio acidity of
the blood, nnd nlo builds up and trengthcns
tho whole body.
Wonderful I'rupi riles
"I have taken Ilood'i" Sarapnrltlii and
found It excellent for ihemmitUmanddys
popla. I differed for many long years, but
my eomplcto recovery Is duo to Hood's Sar
fiBpatllla. I recommend it to evcryonobo
causo of Its wonderful properties as a blood
medicine." John Kumjian, 85 Chatham
Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
I11II11 iiuiuilory ltli-iiiiiMllsui
"I just want pcoplo to know that wo
think Hood's Saraparllln tho best remedy
for Inflammatory ilicuinatlsra in tho world.
My husband had thlstcnlblo affection for
two years and Hood's Sarsaparllla helped
lihn more than anything eho. 1 am always
glad to tell what Hood's Sarsaparllla has
done." Mns. 1 Atkim-o.n, Salem, Ind.
Sold by nil druggists. Si! six for $5. Pro
pared only by C. I. HOOD fc CO., Lowell,
100 Doses One llollui'.
One Thousand Dollars
COSTS IN THK
S1.CC0. Jan. 31, 1S90.
Itccelved from the WnshlnRton Beneficial
Endowment Association tho sum of Ono
Thousand Dollars, being pajment In full for
insurance which became dno mo In cone
fpicneo of tbo denth of LEJtUEI, W.HENRY,
to whom this certificate was Issued.
Tvamc SOPHIA It. HEKKY.
The history of the above case of Jlr.
ixm. H. Henry, so woll nnd fnvorably
Known in tins city ami lor so many
years bookkeeper with Jlr. John T.
Given, is n fair illustration.
A icilillcatc for $1,000 was issued to
Mr. Henry in 1878, twelve years ago,
bis ago at that time being forty-eight
cnis. Since then he has paid into tho
Association $227.80, making tho yearly
Eighteen Dollars and Ninety-six Cents.
The Washington Beneficial Endow
ment Association has paid to bene
ficial ics of deceased members over
419 Tenth Street Northwest.
Cnll or send for circulars.
KOItLi: 1). T,ARM:it, I-irsldenl.
J.AWUKNCI' AlllNi:it, Secretary.
1'ltAMC n. P VltUK, Ans'I Secrelnrj.
Grind, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished la deslims of
"IHUHEST DECOHATIVK ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prloai.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrfOOP"
9s Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot
CHASE, HADLEIt, WnEELOCK, DRiaQS,
HEUN1NQ and othor I'lanos.
The Wonaorful Self-Playing Eollan Orsan.
STOltY & CLARK, CLOUQH & WA11REN
Sold on Installments, oxobangod, rented,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and Oultars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet mnslo and musical merchandise at
the old stand. 823 Pa. are.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Coinmliiloner or Deodj for Uvory State
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONBR.
Office noun, 0 to 8,
1821 F Street 17. W. Telephone Mo. Jll-C.
I Telephone. Sperlal Wire, No, 09.
Special Attention. Low Prleoj.
1103 NTW TOllK AVE. N. '.,
WAHIItNT.TON, 1). 0.
AdHTtltmentivmlir thlt htait, fourUntnor
eft, 25 ante for one intntlm; 00 cents for three,
WANTKI)-liy A 0001) COLOltnO L UN
drei, wasliliiK nnd irniilntrto do nt
home; reforcneoi Klen. Apply lsill N 11 nv.
iA7ANfEiw"TviirrE iitr, rat cinN-
yy cral limifework In a small family,
mnn, wife and boy 8 jeaisold', (lorninn pre
ferred; to tlio rljlit party n pleasant homo
nnd wood wuros nssurcd. Apply nt No. 1003
O st 11 w.
VUANTKD-ONK CJOOD itlX'lIANIOAIi
V draiiirlitiimnn and two llnt-claai ma
cJilnNtB. fTTi:ita.VW CO , this (ifllee.
AN AI11.K AT)VKltTISINfl, INSURANCE,
Safe, I.tKhtnlnK-rnt- or Ilook Auent, or
Kcporlcr. of crent rarnlr fnlre, for literary
woik. Lniuocnlnry. Writo London & Hart
foul Plllj. Co., N. Y.
ONE EXVKniENCED HOMCITOU ON
IiIkIi class subncrlptlon bookt, ono who
has an acquaintance amonc WaVnlnuton
cama'fcrs, to tako oxelnslvo control of tlio
salo of "A Library of American Literature"
in Washington. Tlih Is ono of tlio most
Bulnlile works now on tho market. Nino of
Its eleven Inw octavo volumes aro now out.
This Is a crnnd opportunity forn flrit-olass
rrnn nrd we are proiiarod lo makosueli a
one n very llbernl oner. CHAS. L. WE11
STElt A 1 0 3 East 1 Itli St.. N. Y. city.
WA NTlinHJXUATl oxif.
Ailrertieementtvniter Mil tieatt,Juir llnetor
left, 25 centt for on insertion; 50 centt for three.
WANTED-11Y A SEAMSTItKSJ. HEWINO
by tlio day nt homo; wllllni? to assist
with other work; 60 cents a day. E. E. It.,
WANTED-llY A COLORED WOMAN, A
T 1 plnco to do cooking nud general house-
worltircforpnces furnMiod. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER. ISM 12th St n W.
WA XTJWJIU UJIS.
JT-fS-S- e-S V" SJ V" -fw "Sr ,i i -VyN
WANTED - A PLAINLY-rUHNISIIED
room lu tlio northeast purt of city
where there will bo no objection to llsht
housekeeping. AildrowD. V. H., tlilnolllco.
ITAlfTjai--HO US Kfl.
house, with 7 or 8 rs, with all mod Imps,
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J, J. L' Board of Review, Bureau
WANTED-TO RENT-A GOOD BIUCK
dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and It nnd 12th and 17th sts n w.
Address II., this ofilce, stating terms.
wa jfXJin aijsu jsltjANeo un.
Adicrltcemenls under thlt lead, four llnetor
lets, 25 centt for one insertion; DO cents for three.
WM. FRIEDERIC'K, Manufacturing
Jeweler, 003 7th st n w.opposlto U. S. Patent
uiuec; nno ciock aim waicu repairing a
QQAA TO S300 WANTED FHOMG TO K
wQJf months; satisfactory roforonco
given that tho loaner will receive doublo tho
arunt loaned. Address II. R this oflleo.
WANTKD-TO BUY FOR CASH, LARGE
or small lots of high valuo Nowspaper,
Department or other rare Stamps; also col
lections of Postago Stamps. Call or address
BURGER A CO., 53.Nnssau St. New York.
Advertisement! vnder this head, four llnetor
lest, ascents for one Intel tlons; 60 centt for three.
WANTED-BY A GENTLEMAN 01' GOOD
standing and lair appoarnnco, about
28 years old, to mako tbo acquaintance of a
good-looking, medluin-sled lady of good
standing and accomplishments, botween 18
and 2-i years, for a confidential friend nud
tut mo companion If acquaintance provos
mutually satisfactory. Address It. J. B.,thls
A GENTLEMAN WISHES THE Ac
quaintance of a confiding lady friend
for light elciical work and amusement. Ad
dress II. WARE, enro of 821 llth st n w.
T AN.TO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT-18 COM
JJ plcto tunes and accompaniments In ono
quarter. SO. MeCAULEY & MOORE, 1713 F
st, 717 21t st.
-VTOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
JL "big money" for gents' first-class second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'S OLD STAND. 010 D bt. n. w.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cor. llth and F sts. northwest.
Many ladles nro having their wash drc3-es
made (now for Instant use. Judging from
tho fickleness of tho weather, thero Is no
telling how soon you may need them, Be
sides, you secure tho choicest effects In se
Fifty styles of lovely Trench Sattecns,
whleh surpass silks In tho originality and
boldness of doslgns nud attractiveness of
color pilntlng. Exclusive pattorns, of course.
Wash Ginghams in Plaids and Stripes at
121o per yard that look to cost double. Scotch
Gluuhams at 2Jo, tho same for which you
bavo paid 371 and JOc; nnd yet wo have pret
tier Ginghams at 37J, BO, 02 and 75c per yard.
'1 will be a great Glugham yoar from present
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
SPECIAL VALUES IN CRASHES.
ICO pieces or Imported Russian Crash, all
linen and extra- quality; 1C Inch, 10c a yard;
Cheek Glass Toweling, 18 and 20 Inches
18-lneh Bleached Russlnu Linen Crash, 121c
18-Jnch Barnsley Twilled Crash, lie a yard.
10-Inch Darnslcy Twilled Bleached Crash,
13o a yutd.
WOODWARD A LOTnitOP.
Haudkcrchlefs below their regular price.
Wo bought tliem so. Thoy belong at 23o and
sold for that price at Christmas. We shall
sell this now purchase at 18o each, 3 for 60e
3 for tho price of two. Fifteen Ibr more at
Iraollve styles, all hemstltchod aud embroi
dered In white, in colois and in black.
Wo also soourcd an equal bargain for chil
dren and misses. Pure Linen Hemstitched
nnd Scalloped Edge Handkerchiefs, embroi
dered in white nua colois, also offered at tho
low prlco ot ISo each, 3 for Me.
Wo do not expect to over bo nblo to offer
better values than these If as good,
WOODWARD A LOTHROP.
A feature cf tho Muslin Underwear stock is
tho complete line for children. Good Muslin
Drnwcrs, 1210 per pair. Good Muslin Waists,
1210 each. Good Muslin Skirts, 23o each. Ex
cellent Muslin Gowns, priced according to
site, 37J, 45, 50 and 53c each,
Thoroughly made, nicely trimmed and
offeied low enough to get you out of tho no.
Hon of home-making,
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
MOHAIR CltUSHED PLUSH.
Vpholstorers say this material Is easily
wotked. Our customers who have used It
say that its wearing qualities cannot be ex
celled by any other material at twleo the
price. Colors well selected. Width, 21
WOODWARD & LOTnROP,
The merit of this artlclo was discovered lu
Iho cleansing of wool and is nowusedln the
groat woolen mills of this country Further
ln ojtlgatlon prored Its value In house-denning
and is recommended to housekeeper,
hotels, hospitals, minors, machinists, store
keepers, printers, painters, laundries and
ethers as being useful for wash'ng wladowj,
floors of marblo and wood, cleaulasc pilut,
washing glasswaro, crockery and articles of
silver, copper, tin aad iron, Fall directions
accompauy each package.
rirsr floor, rear.
Cor. Iltli and F Sts. N. W.
The Death (lecord allhe Health QlTlce
Tho lecord of tho Health Oflleo for Jnnuaiy
21 shows Gl deaths reported, Of those 17
wero from PNEUMONIA, n from IlItON
CUIT1S, l from CONGESTION of tho LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two cacs tlio
GRII'was ghenastho causoof death nnd
In ono "LA GUI PPE PNEUMONIA" was ro
coided. The figures of thoday before showed
that ovorfiO percent, or the deaths wero
caused by lung dl-cases.
This Is a very large showing of mortality
from lung diseases, especially lrotn tho
For tlio pioventlon of lung troubles of nil
kinds DOUGLASS' EMULSION Is roeom
mended, tho timely uso of which may avert
a seilous Illness, I nothing worse. Douglass'
EmuUlon Is made from Paro Norwe
gian Cod Lier01l, combined with tho Hypo-plio-pliltc-
of Lime nnd Soda. It Is very pat
utubto and easily digested.
Is a spectflo for Weak Lungs, Bronchial
Troubles and Genernl Debility. Sufferers
from "Ln (if Ippe" will find it will strengtlion
the Lungs, rellovo tho Soreness of tho Chot
nnd quickly cure the Cough resulting troin
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 73c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
ioi i r sTitRirr :oiiTmvr.sr.
rOM JlXSKTll U USJSS.
Advertisements tinder thlt head, four lines or
lest, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
no. 1740 V st 11 w, 10 rooms, nil m, I.;
In excellent onlor SJO 00
No. 1410 Crrcoran st, 10 rooms, with 2-
story brick stable 40 00
3t 1 117 F St.
.. 200 00
, . 200 00
1011 Conn ave, 13 rs
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and "table,,
1411 Kstn w, 13 rs
1022 Yt ave n w. 10 rs
Mnsnvc, nrlstli. 17 rs..
lGCOlCthstn w.llrs 123 00
1228 M st n w, 15 rs 123 00
1400 Muss avo, 15 rs 123 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chapin st 11 w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 Pstn w, 12 rs 100 00
1402 Chapin st n w, 12 rs 73 00
1042 21st st n w. 10 rs 70 00
P07 Mstn w, 10 is 0000
t&270stuw,iors no 00
014 12th st n w. 10 rs 00 00
031 Sst n w, 8rs MO)
1501 21st st n w, 8 rs 30 00
1248 llth st n w. lOrs no 00
Pst, ncar2lst,7rs SO 00
IClOCoicoranstn w,9rs 48 30
2C32 G st n W, 10 rs 4000
3073 SI fit n w, and store, 9 rs 40 00
tat N.I avos c, 10 rs 40 00
14",0Stoughtonst,8 rs 33 00
1420 S st n w, 0 rs R0 00
Tho above houses can bo examined by per
mit from our oflleo only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
I01715thstn w,12rs, fur S150 00
1202Nstnw, I2rs, fur ISO 00
1001 II st n w, 10rs, fur 100 00
S327Nstnw. 13rs 60 00
,732 21stBtnw, 14 rs 43 00
8i4iststnw, 10 rs 4000
SllSpruco et 40 00
1304 T ft 11 w,8 rs 40 00
1013 T stn w, Ors 30 30
TlC'Jtlist ne.Urs 23 00
1810 8th stnw, 3 rs and stable 18 30
cnAS. E. DANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and G sts. 11. w.
170R RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
: room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near chuichcs and publlo school ln
Uniontowu. Inquire of A. BEHREND, 433 H
Advei tltements.vnder this head, four lints or
lest, 25 centt for one Insertion; 30 cents for threi.
OR SALE-CIIEAP-FINE COUNTER and
shelving, now In Nil. 712 Till st n w: must
bo sold at oneo. Apply C22I stn w.
J70R SALE S75-SPECIAL STAR. 51-INCn,
? Bllent racbet, I nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s e.
OR SALE-75 SHARES OF THE "JUD
son IncumatiG Itallwflv Ktnnk." PIfino
dress A. at this office, nnd mako a cash
Adurtlsemcnts under thlt htad, four lines ot
less, 25 cents for one insertion: 50 cents for three.
H" ANDSOME FURNISHED ' ROOMS,' EN
suite or tingle, at the Buckingham, 0J0
16th st n w. overlooking MePherson Square.
OR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
sunaoio ior gemiemen. Jio.uus aistn w.
OAO ARTHUR TLACE-NW, FIRSTnOUSE
6jiA from B st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen; rent low to '.responsible partlos who
will bo peimanent; convenient to tho Capitol.
.FOrt 8A1.E AND JUStfT.
TT)EAL ESTATE BULLETIN,
THOMA8. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F street .1
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
4 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
man sts w.bn.is rs $22,000
7136th stn w. lin.ml, 11 is 18..00J
1738 I stn w. b h, m 1, 11 rs 15,O0D
3 STORY BRICK AND TRAMK HOUSSS FOR
1731 10th 6t n w, b h, 0 rs $7,600
1220 Mass avo n w, f b,8rs 7,150
38Istn w.bh.ll rs 0.300
605 Oth st n w. b h, 8 rs 4,300
8211 and 2213 7th stn w, bli, Ors 4.000
3253 K st n w, b h, 10 rs 3,000
11322"thstn w, bh,8rs 1,600
Alley between 21st and 22d,M and N sts
nw, bh.Ors i,600
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
42t8thtt s w. f h, B rs 2,000
1818 and 1820 Lawrence st n w, f b, 5 rs. . 8,000
1430 Sampson st n w, f h, Ors.... 2,000
112 K stnc, fh.Ors 1,800
42Myitlcstnc, b h,7rs 1,700
Alley bet (1th and 7th, G and E sts s o,
lih.S rs 1,500
12 Capitol alleys w.bh, Ors l.t'.i
813 2d st ho, tli, -Irs , 600
UNIMPROVED TROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mass ave. bet Del ave and 1st st no... ...SI 00
N. c. cor Va avo and 2-.M stn w 73
N e eor N II ave and Fstn w ,.. 70
O nt, bet 2,1 nud 3d n 0 GO
5 w eor 3d and L sts 11 0 BO
11 and C, 20th and 2lst sts n w..... 10
Mount Pleasant.. 40
6th st, bet Va nve and G st s 0,.,., SO
1st st, botOandPsts s w 10
HOUSES FOR RENT.
f8 K st n e, 0 rs $20 00
F31 and 833 nil st n 0. 0 rs 18 00
1015 V stnw, 0 rs 10 30
Rprvand House, Woodleyl'arU.Srs 15 00
1225 Mil avo s w, U rs 13 00
317 und 310 10th stue, Bv.s 13 00
Champlalnaio, near Columbia road.... 14 50
83 Defrces st n w 7rs 13 30
1813 Oth t n W. lis 12 3)
near 1707 Nth st 11 w, 4 rs 720
STORES. OFFICES, ETC.
Storeroom 1110 Ftt nw J 123 00
Storeroom 111) F stn w 100 00
0171'Btnw front rm, 2d floor 60 00
Hall, NY ave, bet 13th and nth. stan
wirent. S30anlght: $25 a day.
408 1.u ne, let floor, 2'fioatra... 30 00
4C8 La avo; 4th floor, 4 rs 30 00
Hall, 4th floor, 12th and Estsn v 30 00
btr and dwg n w cor Bth and K sts n w. , 20 00
Storeroom s e eor 1st and N sts n w.... 13 0J
Central Building, rm 17 10 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. 8. bonds; 5 and 0 per cent,, payable
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 rail at o31ce for
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 13th.
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Seta In Poplar from $ 15 up.
Bedroom Sets ln Oak 'or Cherry from
Bedroom Bets ln Walnut from $40.
Tnrlor Bulls ln Hair Cloth or Plush,
GROGAN'S, 739 and 741 7th St. N. W.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Sm Boilers at 11.15 and 11.50 for Instantly making Tea or OoSee.
For large and small families. Jtut the stove for summer use, as yon oxtlnznl'h e
the instant the cooking la done. For sale by the
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TeiL-tla. S-tJ-oeeU 3ST. "W
1A)ST AXli TOVN1K
LOST-- ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON LAST,
prohahly at St. Slatttiow's Church, a yel
low leather pookethook, volunblo to owner
on account of associations; contained about
15.23 In money, memornndn, &c. Finder will
kindly roturn to Jlios MINNIE CLINTON.
Census Ofllce. cornor 3d and G stsn w, and
receto suitahle reward. folO.lt
Adrertlsementt under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one inset Hon; M cents for three.
17IOK SAI.E-A FINE RESIDENCE,
! 17S0 N st n w.
A largo doublo brick mansion, 3 stories,
attlonnd basement, containing over 20 rooms,
not including 4 bath-rooms, numerous largo
closcti, storage rooms and conservatory.
Lot 30x133 to a wldo. well-paved alley.
Large stablo and carrlnuobouso.
Prlco $13,1)00. Tcims reasonable.
For permit to inspect tho oromies apply to
J. V. N. IIUVCK,
felO.dAS.lw 1503 Fa avo.
lOIt SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, 011OOJI
frame houso. lust finishing: hvdrant ln
yard; lot 10x113; snug homo: prleo, $800. Ap
ply to ItODEItT J. THOMAS, Itoom No. 8, 013
13th St. ;
IrtOH SALE FItAME HOUSE 000 IN -2.3-!
foot alloy, bot Oth and 10th and G and n
sts s w; 7 rooms: hall on both floors; closets
fronting tho 1'otomno; 15 per cent invest
ment: lot 341 feet front by OJJ deop, 49 feet
from Oth st. Apply within.
FOR SALE-THREE OF TOE CHEAPEST
houses in Washington, 100, 108 and 110
llth et n c; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath: electric
bells nnd gas: prlco, S3.300 each, $300 cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
EORSALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL Con
ner house; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered: 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth $3,
too. Will sell nt a sacrifice or rent low.
OWNEIi. Room 20. 810 F st n w.
I710R SALE-SOUTH HROOKLAND.
With City Streets, Avenues nnd Circles,
FOR SALE Wo havo about 100 Lots. 30x150
feet each, left in that beautiful subdivision
known ns South llrookland, which is In con
formity with tho plan of tho city, having
streets HO feet nnd avenues 130 feet wide.
This RiibdlvUlon Is south of and adjoining
llrookland. convenient to tho Metropolitan
ltrnnch Rallioad and Elcctrlo cars, noar tho
University and Soldiers' Homo. Tho lots
now left will be sold at tho low prlco of
from 4 to 10 cents per foot on easy forms.
For plats and further Information apply to
WM.O. DEN1SON. IWJ F st n w.ortoRED
TOIID W. WALKER, 1007 F st n W.
-OOR SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEWnElOHTS
1 on Tcnnallytown Road and Woodley
Lane, opposite Oak View. Electrio railway
tracks now laid to theso lots, which have
sidewalks in front and gns mains. 1'ilcos
lower than asked for other lots la Immediate
vicinity. Small cash payments. Monthly or
yearly time given nt D per cent, interest,
llEAI.L. HItOW'N & CO.. 1321 F St.
FOlt JtliXT MISCJiT.TjAN JSOUS.
js j" f s rss r y ' -v-"v-
THE FINE OYSTER SLOOP AND YAOnT,
Ella Trcadwoll, for rent, for sale or ex
change for other property at Bennett's shlp
yard. foot of llth st s w.
I TOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE
rooms, with steam heat, for rent In tho
Builders' Exchange building, 14210 stnw.
Apply on the premises to the SUPERIN
TENDENT; MONET XO HOAX.
TIIONEYTOLOANONREAL ESTATE OR
JjJL first-class securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No delay whore security is good.
O. O. ailEEN,
303 7th st. n. w.
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO.. 470 La avo.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 6 PER CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARK Au
thorized by tho United Security Llfo In
surnnco and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance monoy on Improved property ln
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
kot value, with or without life Insurance.
Loans payablo In monthly or quarterly ln
stallmonts, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 years. In
many lnstancos the payments are loss than
tho rental of a bouse. F. U. SMITH & SON,
1222 Fstn w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in snms to salt
On Approved Real Estate Beourlty.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
fllny nt.n. w.
JTv-LiA - CAXc.
1 115 r Nt reel. Member of Wuuhlntou
Slock i:xrliuiij;e. All lncul nlocliN
nnil heciirliles bought und uolil.
alHE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 14th st. n. w.
SlOaterm. Trial lesions fiee. Send for
Branches In New York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris,
Fiance; Berlin nnd Diesdeu, Germany.
milE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
JiUtiactftom a prltate letter;
"In reply to your request for my advice as
to n good school for your daughter, I can
with confldeneo recommend Mr. and Mrs.
Cabell's Norwood Institute, tn Washington,
D. C, Tbo standard of scholarship there Is
high, the instruction thorough and the influ
ences good. L. Q. O. Limn,
"ustlco U. S. Supreme Court."
The school opens Sept. tw. auSHt Jt stl
All (ftrats Jftiffe sua Lafd
Free of Charge.
Ingrain Carpets from 25c. up.
Extra Super Ingrain from BOc.
Brussels Carpet from 7Co,
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It is now universally conceded by oven the
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 State
no matter how cold Its climate produce's
finpos from which wlno is proscd, but THE
ASADENA WINES aro mado from those
luselous SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapos
which attain tho hlghost grado of maturity
and ripenoss and aro t hereforo the host wines
ln the market.
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 and 1202 Penna. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho sole agent for the Pasadona Wines
and Brandies nnd sell at man clously low
prices. I havo received ordors from rich and
i-oor nllko and all cheerfully acknowledge
that tho Pasadona Wines and Brandies aro
by far the best and purest in tho District,
notwithstanding the fact that my prices aro1
the very lowest.
My 20 per cont. removal discount will bo
Please compare my prices with those
Per Gal. Per Gal.
. 81 00 $0 SO
. 1 50 1 20
. 1 0 1 20
. 1 W 1 20
, 1 CO 1 20
.200 1 CO
. 1 50 1 20
, 2 00 1 CO
. 1 00 SO
, 1 00 SO
, 4 00 3 20
5 00 4 CO
, 10 CO 8 00
, 1 10 ISO
. 12 00 0 CO
. 13 00 10 40
Clarot, extra quality
Sherry " " ' ox'
Poit, extra old
Brandy, 'very old
Brandy, veiy, ety old...,
Chain pagno, quarts, doz..,
Champagne, pints, 2 doz..
VIRGINIAAND HOTERAMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret $1 00 go SO
Norton's Virginia Scldllng,
perdozen 4 00 3 20
Sw eet Catawba (finest qual
ity) 00 60
I carry tnelargesiotockof Imported Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St. Croix Rams
nnd nil tho French Cordials, including tho
cclebinted after-dinner cordial, CREME DE
MENTIIE (Cream of Mint), green or orango,
Tho oldest liye. Bourdon nnd Imported
Whiskies can always bo found at my store.
I enumerate a few:
Trimble ruroRyo 1
Montlccllo Puro Ryo In Domljohnsor
Perfection Puro Ryo... Bottlos
Hnnnlsvillo Puro Ilyo very low.
Old Kentucky Hour Mash..
Scotch Whisky, old 0 00
Scotch Whisky, very old.... 7 60
fccotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00
Irish Whisky, old GOO
Irish Whisky, very old 7 60
Irish Whisky, Tery. very old. 10 00
German Roggon Brantweln. 5 00
I mako a specialty of hlgh-flavorod Cook
ing and Jelly Wines and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
TELEPHONE CALL 112-3.
QIXiT BOOK or
And you will always have beantlful Bread.
Rolls and Biscuits. Wbolosalo Depot, oor
nor First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T ft CO.
A TTOJtNJSTS-A T-I,A W,
EOS D street northwest,
Washington, D, C.
Webster Law Building,
Uesldena 1213 a street northwest.
The Great Ponnsylv.iniii Route
To the North, West, and Southwest,
Doublo Track. Splendid Scenery.
Stcol Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
In ErrrcT .UNUAnr 1st, 1890,
Trains Jenvo Washington, from Mallon, cor
ner of Sixth and 11 streets, ns follows:
Fon riTT-ntrim nnd tho West, Chicago
Limited Expicss of Pullmnn Vestlbiilcd Cars
nt 10.ro n m dally; Fast Line, 10.30 a in dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars
from Plttubtirg to Cincinnati, and Slccplnj-.
Cms Ilanlsbtitg to Indianapolis; dally, ex
cept Saturday, to Chicago, with ntceplng Car
Altoonn to Chicago. St. Louts, Chicago and
Clneliinntl Express, 3,30 ji m dally. Parlor
Car Woililngton to llnrrlsfiurg, nnd Sleeping
Cars llarilsbuig to St. Louis. Chicago una
Cincinnati, and Dining Cnr Hnrrltburg to St.
Louis. Western Express, at 7.40 p m dally,
with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
and St. Louis, connecting dally at Harm,
burg with through Sleepers for Louljvlllo
and Memphis. Paeltlo Express, 10.00 p m
dally, for l'ittsburg and Iho West, with
through Sleeper to l'ittsburg, und rittsbura
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD.
Fon Kan-:, Caniindnlgna, Rochester nnd
Mngnra Falls dally, oxcept Sunday. 8.10 a m.
. Ton Eiut,, Cnuandalgtia and Rochester
dolly: for Buffalo nnd Niagara dally, oxcept
faturdny. 10.00 pin.,wlthbleeplngCar Wash
ington to Rochester.
l'on Win.iAsisi-niiT, Lock Haven nnd El
tnirn, nt 10.50 n m dallv, oxcept Sunday.
Fou Wh.i lAwsronT dally, 3.30 p m.
Fon Pi 1 1 i.Am i.viiiA, Now York nnd tho East,
7.20, fl.OO, 11.00 and 11.10 nm, 220.127.116.11, 4.10.
10.00 nnd 11.20 p m. On Sunday, 0.00, 11,40 a
m, 2,10, 3.20, 4.10. lO.OOnnd 11.20 p m, Llmltod
r.Ai'iiio ui j'uumnii jnnnr curs, u.w a m
dally, cxrept sunduy, and I p m dally, with
FOR I'lIIIJVDELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Kxitikps, 8 10 a in week days, and 8.10
pm dully, Accom., 0. 00 p tn dally.
Fon Boston, without change, 3.20 p m overy
Fon IlnooniYN. N. Y.. nil through trains
connect nt ,leroy City with boats of Brook
lyn Annex.arroidfngdlrccttrnnsferto Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferriage across Now
Fon Ati-xntic Citv, 11.40 a m week days,
11.20 pm dally.
Fon llALTiMoni:, 0,33, 7.20, 8.10. 9.00, 0 40,
10.50, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 13.05, 2.10, 3 20, 3.30,
4.00,4.10, 4.20, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and
11.20 p.m. On Sunday, 0.00, 0.03,10.50,11.40
am. 2 10, 3.20, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10
lO.co nnd 11.20 p.m.
Fon Pom's Ciiei.k Line, 7,20 a m and 4.40 p,
m dally, oxcopt Sunday.
Fon AKNArous, 7.20, 0, a m, 12 03 and 4JM
p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 0.03 a m,
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
IN ErPICT NOVEJIBKH 18, I860.
10.C5 li in.
4.33 p m v eok dnvs. 7.43 a m Sundays.
1 on Richmond and tho South, 4.30, 10.57 a
m dahy, and 4.13 p m dully. Accommoda
tion, 4.53 p m week days.
TiiiANsleavo Alexandria for Washington.
0.05, 7 03, 8.C0, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m; 1.20, 3.00.
5.10, 0.10, 7.05, 9.20, 10.32, 10.13 and 1L05 p
m. On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5.10.
0.10. 7.03, 9.20, 10 32 nnd 10.43 p m.
Tickets and information at the offlco, north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, nnd at the station, where ordors can
bo left for tho checking of baggago to desti
nation from hotels and residences,
CHAS. K. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Tass. Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Sebedulo In onect Doe. 20, 18S9.
Lcavo Washington from Station cornor of
Now Jcrsoy avenuo nnd C street.
Fon CntcAoo nnd Northwest, Vcstlbnled
Limited oxprcss dally 11:20 a m, express 930
l'on Cincinnati. St. Louis and Indlanapo
II", express daily, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
For. FiTT-ni'Ru and Cleveland, Vestlbulod
Limited express dally 11:10 a in and express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexinoton nnd Local Stations, tl030
Fon WiNciiEsran and Way Stations, t5.30
Tor. LcnAV, 8:10 p m.
Foil llALTisior.E, week days, 4.00, 5.00, 6.10,
7.20, 8.30,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12.00, 45 minutes),
am, 12.10, 200.2.30(43 minutes). 3.15(45-min-utcs).
3.25, 4.25, 4.30, 4.33, 5.30. 0.20, 7.10, 7.43,
9 00, 10.80 and 11.30 p m. Sundays. 4 00, 7.20,
8.30, 9.20, 9.43 n m, 12.00 (45 minutes), 1.15.
2.C0, 2.S0 (45-mlnutos), 18.104.22.168,4.33, 0.20, 7.1o!
7.45, 9.00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m.
Fon Way Stations botween Washington
and Baltimore, 5.00, 0.10, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.35, 0.20, n.80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 25, 4 S3, 0.20, 11 SO pm.
TiuiNs leave Bultimoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, C.B0, 7.20, 7.43, 8.00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10.15 nm: 12.C0, 12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00.
4.10,4.15. 6,00, COO, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.80,8.33,
10.20, 10.25 nnd 11 p. in. Sundays 0.30, 7.15, 8.TO,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00, 12.50, 1.50, 2.10. 4.15,
5.00,0 20,7.10, 7.30. 22.214.171.124,10.20, 10.23 and
Fon AnnaI'oiis, C.40 a m, 12.10. 4.23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.33 p ra. I.eavo An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.03, 3.50 p m. Sundays.
8.37 n in, 4.00 pm.
Fon Stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
0.45, 510.30 a m, 81.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tl0.30 a va. tl.S0 and tS.SO 11 m.
Fon RecKYiLLE nnd way stations, i.S3 p m,
Fon GAmrensnunn and Intermediate points,
9.C0 a m, tl CO, 5.35, 1 11.33 p m.
Fon Boyd's and intermediate stations, t7.C0
C11ur.en tiiain leaves Washington on San
day at 1.10 pm, stooping at all stations on
Foil FnEDEnicK. 0,15. tll.SO a m, 3.10, 1.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm,
l'on Haoekstown, til. 20 a. m. and 5.30
Trains arrive from Chicago dally 11,45 a ro
and 4.05 pm; from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis
dally 3.43 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m. 0 50 p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New York. Trenton, Newark nnd
Elizabeth, N. J., '4.00, t8.00, -1.20, 12.00 a m,
2.30, 1.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tha
10.30 p m, open at 0.00 p m.
Fon Philadeumiia, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.00, 8.00, 9 20, 12.00 a m,
2.S0, 4.20, 7.10 and 10.30 pm.
Fon inteujiediate toists between Baltl
moro and Philadelphia, 5.00 and i7.20 a m,
12.00, 13.15 p m.
Tiiains ieave New York for Washington.
8.S0, 11.00 n m, -2.00, 3.20, 3.00 p m and
Thai:.? ieave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10am,tl.33, 4.10, 6.03. 7.40
l'on Atlantic City, 4 00 a m nud 12.00m.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12.00 noon.
t Except Sunday. Dally. SSundayonly.
llnggago called for and checked from ho
tels nnd lcsldences by Union Transferee on
oideisleft nt ticket offices, 010 and 1131 Pa.
avo. and nt Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CnAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Manager. Gen, rnss. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedule In effect May 12.1S30.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and B
strcots, 10.37 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 0.05 p m, and Norfolk at 0.33
11:24 a m Clnclnnatt Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Koatucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule Sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.35
9.40 p m-F. F. V. Vestibule Special, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without chnngo to Clnclnnatt. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington nnd Louisville.
Ofllce, 613 Pennsylvania avonuo.
II. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
coMiiiasiosjsiiH or deeds.
SB. BUNDY, COM'H OF DEEDS FOR ALL
. States and Territories, 438 La, ave., opp.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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10.17 n in, 12.04 noon, 2.03, 4.15, 4,23, 4.55, 0.01,
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