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TTIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, "WEDNESDAY EVENING, EEBRUAKY 12, 1890.
PEMOVING THE APACHE INDIANS
lUr. W. II. II. I.ownlljn Toll Sumo.
thing or tlin iiMuntiont unit llravoiil"
Iti-it IMcn In tlio United Stntci
'I heir l'oroclotm Atrocities,
On the recommcmlnllon ot Gunurnl
Cinol; mid olhcr inlHtnry autliorlllcs
Hie fc'cnnte bns passed n resolution to
ii'ir,oo mlfiln Apaches now at Mt.
Yimou, Ala., to the Kiowa, Coinunclio
mul Apnchc reservations in tlio south
wc"t iiortlott of Itullan Tcnltury.
Tlioro niu iSUl) of tbusc Indians, men,
woiwnund children, a few less than
when Ihcy were moved to Alabama
tlncc, veins ago.
31r. V, 11. II. Lowcllyn, who was
for n long time agent to the Jlcsealcro
Ap.'ichis, and who appeared on JUon
ilny in piolcst before tho House Com
mlttio conkidctiug the Senate resolu
tion, biild to a Ciutic reporter last night
that nobody but n man intimately ac
quainted with tlieaHalrsof New Mex
ico nnd Arizona could understand what
11 cnlarnity to that section tho return of
tho Apaches would be. "Tho Apaches,"
tiild he. "aic at onto the meanest and
the bravest Indians In the United
States, and their presence on the reser
vation to which It is now proposed to
IrnnM'cr them would bo 11 constant
menace to tho whites. During the few
yean which have elapsed since the re
moval of the Apaches vo havo enjoyed
peace, and the country has been set
tling rapidly, but the fear of the
Apaches is such that their presenco
would partially paralyze our industry
and retard our immigration. "We havo
:i rccoul of over (100 people uillcd by
these sumo Indians nnd tho Hot Spring
Apaches ftom 1870 to 1SSG and heaven
ouiy knows how many butcheries ate
"Let me tell you how wo finally foiccd
tho Administration of I'rcsidcnt Cleve
land" to bcclu tho action which led to
the prosecution of u vigorous warfare
against the Apaches, and tho removal
of tho wosst of them to Alabama.
They had committed outrage after out
lagc. Judge McComas and his wife
liad been Killed and their child carried
into a captivity from which it has never
been rccovciid; thrco boys had been
caught, trtken to a butcher-shop, and
banged by the back of tho head on tho
largo iron meat honks. Wo sent the
Moiics of these atrocities, and others
scatccly.less revolting,, to Washington;
we picpared petitions and dispatched
them by messengers whom wo consld
cied woitby of influence, but all to no
purpose. Finally Mrs. Ycndcr, who
had come to Now Mexico from AVar
ltn.sburg, Mo., was killed by the sav
ages after the most horrible torture and
mutilation. "Wo secured her blood
stained gaimcuts and sent them to
Giover Cleveland personally. Then
Ciook was ordered to take tho Held.
"Ten Apaches aica big war party.
AVhui the Apaches attempt to ccipo
they ily like tho wind. They ride their
liois-cs furiously to tho first corral, kill
then), steal new oric then to the next
corral, and bo- on. They have been
known to cover 118 miles between sun-
lito and sundown. Theyoldom make
a Mruiuo right llku tho Sioux or
Comanchcs. An Apneho will lie be
hind 11 lock or log, walling for a chauco
to murder somebody for days. And
yet these tactics arc not tho result of
cowardice; when ho considers it no
cetiary to be brave tho Apache stakes
liis life as recklessly as anybody. And
lie ib iridornitablo in the pursuit of an
object. While agent 1 sent five
Apaches to Fort Leavcnwoith. They
were transferred to Fort Sill, escaped
from thoro and returned to my agency,
having walked over 1,100 miles. They
wero gone abdut thrco mouths.
"Tho Apaches make an intoxicating
diink from corn, oats or barloy corn
pi ef erred which they use with tho de
liberate purposo of getting drunk.
'They starve themselves for three -or
four days in older that they may be
come drunk quickly and thoroughly.
They call this dunk 'tis win,' and
when they arq under its iullucncc thoy
aic uncontrollable fiends. If they can t
Jlnd a white' to shoot they shoot each
"Tho Apaches in Alabama arc under
military surveillance and should bo kept
there. At least, thoy should not bo
brought west of tho Mississippi IMrcr.
The pcoplo of Arizona and Now
Mexico would, I am suro, be clad to
buy them a reservation in any Eastern
Stale if thqt were necessary to insure
their separation. from tho country which
they cursed so long."
Mr. Lcwcllyn has three scare on his
Tjody made- by Apacho bullets which ho
received while acting as agent. But ho
quelled tho insurrection.-
NO MOItK UAGGY TIIOUSUKS.
A 2ovel Scheme Dovlaed Ily Tony
, ;, , . Mostou Tullor.
"Any thing, new In tho tailoring line?"
nskid a Boston Ucnttd mau the other day
of n bwcll doviscr of masculine npparol.
'Well,"! gue'ss so," was tho reply.
"Wc have, just completed arrangements
to l.tep the trousers of every man In
town in good order, from one end of
tho vcar- to the other."
"I'll tdll you. FOr something more
than n year past wo havo been pressing
the ttousoia of our rceular customers,
weekly or as often as thoy pleased, at a
cobt less than that charged by ordinary
clcansiut; establishments, A few days
ago wc sent out circulars to a groat
many gentlemen in tho Back Bay and
elsewhere, stating that wo would press
one or moro pairs of trousers every
week, for a year, sending for and return
ing them, for the sum of $10."
"Havcyou had many responses'?"
"Twcnty-fivo or thirty gentlemen
were in yesterday, and everyone gave
mc his address and a $10 bill. Beside
that w6 havo received many written ac
ceptances to our invltatious. For ex
ample, here is one from a distinguished
euigcon on Beacon street, who inoloscs
Lis check, and requests us to call for
his' trousers every Saturday morning.
"Why. it's a great thing for gentlemen
who desiro to keep their pantaloonB
from bagging at tho knees. They aro
put to not one-tenth the trouble thoy
arc irrpreparing their laundry for tho
wash. Thoy always havo fresh-looking
trousers to put on, and it costs them
only twenty cents a week, even If they
linvc only ono extra pair to send to us."
"llow many pairs of trousers on an
iivtiBgc do well dressed men havo in
"Oh, fiom thrco to flvo. Some men,
with not an extraordinary wardrobe,
have as high as fifteen pairs doing serv
ice nt tho samp lime. That is not
counting tho men who wear fancy
clothes, somo of whom appear in one
pnitlcular pair of trousers only thrco or
lour times uefoio thoy cast them aside.
It is not an uncommon thing for a man
to come and order f 10m us half a dozen
paiis at ono time."
"What is tho usual cost of pressing
"Fifty cents a pair. Bo you sco at
$10 a rear, oven supposing that a mau
sends In only ono pair a week, wo aro
not coining money out of tho business.
Ju fact, wc aro now doing It at a loss."
"Then what is your object?"
"Well, in tho first place, we do
enough pressing now to kcop a forco of
men busy, and. If we havo forty or
Ally wore customers, the business win
pay. In tlie second place, we attract
pcoplo 10 lha stole. They conic hrjic
to MO" what Sort Of n place it is, and if
they can tiust us with their money and
their clothes, nnd you innybcsuic wo
will Induce them to conic again. For
tho high class of customcis wo cater to,
$10 is n small amount to pay for having
their trouscis kept in good condition a
whole ycnr.but we fixed on that nmoitnl
ns being 11 handy flgtiie, nnd likely to
"How was bagging at the knees pic
"Pi Inclpally by pantaloons stictchcis.
Hut they arc no good. Wo Impoited a
lot of them last year, and Introduced
them among our customers, but, nlckol
platcd ami handsome as they weic,
they did not seivo tho purposo for
which thoy were Intended. To piess
tiouseis there is nothing like a hot
"How about tho old fashion of lay
it Lr one's troui'is between mattresses
111 d sleeping on them?"
"For making cicnscs In the legs that
Is till light, but it is good for nothing
el-e. You enn piess limners In several
dillerenl ways, but the good results will
not last longer than an hour or two tin
Its." you uso a hot iron, hut put an iron
on the garment, nnd you can instantly
bring it back to its original shape so
that it will stay there."
"Do you think thnl your method of
keeping gentlemen's legs up to tho
right standard is likely to become gen
erally adopted by tailors?"
"I don't caie if it is. If somebody
imitates us, we arc ready with some
thing new and Just as good. Wo tail
ors who lmvo a limited class of cus
tomers do not blow our horns very
loudly, but wo havo to lie awake nights,
just the same, to study out means of
keeping up with tho times."
"Some pcoplo think Hint pantaloons
arc the most Important part of a man's
diess. Is that so?"
"Ily no means. Every part of a gen
tleman's costume is the most importaut.
The pantaloons arc the haulest garment
to keep in good condition, and you
frequently see men with elegantly fit
ting coats nnd vests and trousers hang
ing on their legs like meal bags, but
that is only the lcsult of carelessness,
and the sumo men will look
seedy in their upper story when
the time comes around. Now,
some men believe that if they
only havo high hats on their heads, no
matter what the lest of their dress
looks like, they aic all light. Hut you
know as well as I do that no silk hat,
however glossy, will condone- the sins
of baggy trousers and un9hincd boots.
To bo roally well dressed you must al
low no detail to be neglected."
wninti: Tin: r an or. it i,n:s.
Tho Aljfltcrtoiu anil Sudden Knillng o(
So ninny I.lvcs lull)' Accounted For.
The real danger from "Orlppo" Is In Its
after effects. Nine-tenths of all deaths ro
sultlngaro from pneumonia. What Is pneu
mouin? It Is a stiddcu stoppage and fllllng-up
of the lungs. Thick, heavy, poisonous
mucous Rets tnto the air-cells ami prevents
Ijieatlilnjr. They elo up quickly and death
ensues. The only salvation Is to keep tho
lungs working and thus throw off this ter
liMo unit 011$. There Is only one way In
w tilth this ran be done, and that Is by
btltmilatlug than. Under the Influence of u
proper amount ot pure whisky the luugs
draw in deep, full breaths and throw out
Ilia poisonous air each time It Is exhaled.
But while this Is true, und whisky has
saved 111010 lives than any other known
remedy, If It Is not pure whisky It is liable
to have n bad effect. If It contains fusel
oil, a headache or a foul tongue will be the
result. On the other hand, when an abso
lutcly pure whisky llko Duffy's Pure Malt
Whisky Is used, no Ill-effects cau by any
possibility follow. Professor Henry A.
Mott says: "The purity ot 'Duffy's' 1'uro
Malt Whisky (as simple, analytical tests
will leadlly convince) Is absolute, and
should lecommeud It to the highest public
favor." To all, wo unhesitatingly say, insist
upon having; Duffy's and do not be per
suaded to take any other.
Washington und Wostiirn Maryland,
At a meeting of the directors of tho
Washington and Western Maryland Rail
road Company, held yesterday afternoon In
tho Sun building, the following diicctors
were elected: James 1). Henderson, Rock-
vlllo; James W. Walsh, Aithur B. Cropley,
Austin Heir, Stllson Hutchius, II. Y. GI1
ocrt and Spencer. WatkiuS. Austin Ilcrr
was chosen presidcut; Arthur B. Cropley,
treasurer, anu dames vt . naisn, secretary.
The euginoers of the road are expected to
airlvo hero In a day or two, when they will
go over tho proposed route between this
city and Great Falls and make a final
Excursion to Neiv Orleans.
For the benefit of those desiring to at
tend tho annual Sa?ugcrfcst at Now Or
leans February 1217, and tho Mardl-Gras
festivities February 18, tho Baltiinoro and
Ohio Railroad will sell excursion tickets
Washington to New Orleans and return at
rate of $27.50 for tho round trip. Tickets
will bo sold for all trains February 9, 10,
13,14,15 and 10, and will be valid for
return passago until March 1, 1890. . For
information in detail call at D: & O. ticket
offices, Nos. 01D and 1331 Pennsylvania
avenue, or at depot, corner of New Jersey
avenue anu j street.
Could Not Acree.
Mary Thomas considers herself a very
lucky "woman In not being convicted of the
larceny of Marccllus West's monoy. The
cbargo of Judgo Bingham was rather in
her favor, and tho jury, after deliberating
between three and four hours, 'declared'
that they were unable to agree. Tho ma
jority were, however, In favor of convic
tion. Don't hawk, hawk, blow, spit and dis
gust everybody with your offensive hroath,
but use Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy and end
It. 50 cents, by druggists.
I took Cold,
X took Side,
I take My Meals,
I take My Rest,
AM) I AM VIGOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKK
ANYTHING 1 CAN LAV MY HANDS ON J
anting' Hit loo, 10R Scott's
Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
and Hypophosphltesof Limeand
S0dafC-r ONLY CURED MY IllCip-
ient Consumption nur uuilt
ME Ur, AND IS NOW TUTTING
FLESH ON MY BONES
a r the rate of a tound a day. 1
take if just as easily as i do milk."
such testimony is nothing new.
scott's emulsion is doing wonders
daily. Take no other,
EXTRACT OF MEAT.
For Improved and economic
cookery, use It for Houi.i, Sautes
and Mutle IMslien. In flavor, in
computable, and dissolves peifcttly
clear in water. Makes delicious
llccf Tea ana heps in all climates
for any length of tlmo, 1 lb equal
to 40 lbs of lean beef,
Br Justus von Ue
blg and tain his
signature In blue.
J.AIMI'.S WHO HATH l'AT.
1 1 1 I r I.alrol IMplluxl of Iteilnclnc
"Vanity, vnnily, nil Is vanity."
What will fair woman not do to Im
piovc her figure nnd her looks?
The society woman of Gotham have
a new fad, one thnt. according to their
own estimation, Is far nhcad of banting
Mrs. Van Sanfooid, one of Now
York's most piomlncnt society ladles,
is responsible for this latest 'fnd, and
sho Is loud In her prnise of tho wonder
ful efficacy of tho jnoctss.
"You sec," snld Alts. Van Sanfoord,
when asked by n Journal reporter to
give the public nn Idea ns to tho vioilu
cpcutmU of the new process, "it has re
duced my weight fully twenty pounds.
What docs the process consist of? Well,
In the flist place, It is very inexpensive,
as only n gallon of vincgnr nnd a table
tponnful of salt arc required."
These ingicdlcnls, nccoidlng to Jlrs.
Van Sanfoord, must be thoroughly dis
solved nnd applied nightly on along
ttilp of linen, which must bo lightly
fastened around the waist. After n few
days' constant use there will be a slight
eruption of the skin, but ns these give
no pain and rapidly disappear thcio is,
of couisc, no occasion ftfr nlarm. "By
actual experience," she continued, "1
know that tills simple preparation will
rtduco one's embonpoint at tho rate of
an inch n month."
Fanny Davenport, tho actress, dieted
herself and took long wnlks until sho
got thin. Lillian Itussell religiously
avoids pastry nnd all food of n farina
ceous nature, while- stntely Paulino Hall
Enys thcic Is nothing in tho world like
a flvc-mllo spin on n bicycle to bring
down a woman's flesh.
Isnbellc Urquliart of tho Casino prac
tises every morning with Indian clubs.
Sho swings these and also n pair of flvo
pound dumb-bells very well, and in this
manner hardens her llcsh and keeps her
ilguro in propor shape.
Mrs. w. K, Vanderbllt resorts to a
Turkish bath whenever sho thinks sho
is gaining flesh, nnd Mrs. Henry Clows
cmplo3's n trained nurse to give her a
vigorous rubbing lcgulnrly thrco times
Mrs. Ogden Goelct is a great believer
in vapor baths' and strict attention to
her diet. Miss Jeanne Turnure takes
her walk every morning immediately
after rising, and nlso Is very careful of
what she cats.
Miss Cassie Douglass, who is widely
known ns tho Irish Beauty, takes a
thrce-milo stroll every morning- to aid
her digestion and a Turkish bath thrco
times n week. Mrs. Ella Saxton under
goes n similar treatment.
1. 11 iv Tillies to the Mnrdl Gru at New
Orlcniift Via tho Cheiuipeiike nnd
Tho Chcsapcako and Ohio Railroad will
sell round-trill tickets to New Orleaus, good
to return until March 1, at ono faro tor tho
lound trip. For further Information apply
nt office, No. 51S Pennsylvania avenue.
Von can order The Ciiitio by postal caul.
It will bo sent to your address every even
ing for 35 cents.
Telephone. SpccUl Wire, No. 01.
Special Attention. Low Prleoi.
1405 NEW YORK AVE. N. W
WASHINGTON, 1). O.
Second week of our Grand
Display of Spring and Sum
mer Wash Fabrics. Cotton
Dress Goods were never be
fore printed so beautifully;
never were the designs and
colorings so bold and origi
nal. Here are the latest ar
rivals: Printed "Outing" Cloth,
in wrapper designs, ioc per
2 cases of "Outing'' Flan
nels, in a hundred or more
combinations of stripes and
plaids, i2jc per yard, and
the best finished styles ever
sold for the price.
2 cases Scotch side-band
Ginghams, in all the desira
ble plain shades, with at
tractive borders for trim
ming. Equal in quality to
the usual 25c grade of Ging
hams. Only 1 2jyc per yard.
1 case Linen-fin i s h e d
Scotch Ginghams, neat, at
tractive stripes and fine
checks; also, plain shades to
match. Only 15c per yard.
This is the lowest retail
price ever named for them.
2 cases of Dresden Cloth
Ginghams in 75 different
styles of checks, stripes and
plaids, warranted fast col
ors. Only i2jc per yard.
1 case Garner's soft-finish,
Percales, in small designs,
for boys' and misses' shirt
waists and ladies' wrappers.
Over a hundred patterns.
Only i2jc per yard.
A special value in Dress
100 pieces of 37-inch
strictly All-wool Dress
Goods in the newest spring
effects in fine checks, wide
and narrow stripes, &c, at
the popular price of 50c per
yard. We secured them di
rect from the mill; hence the
Cor.IItbaid FSfls, K. W.
0 ITT HVnOIAl.S
liny Your Sterchnmllso at Hume,
There Is no (rood or .ttutlftablo reason why
f.ny oncro'ldlnK in this city should go to
INowYork to mako their purcliaus. If you
need anything in tho furnlluro line, uphol
stery, decorations, Ac ko direct to Hough
ton & Co ' representative establishment, nt
ViM and 1UU0 V street northwoU, and thero
you will And exactly tho samo olass of (roods
II nt will bo shown you In Now York, and nt
the samo prices, and thorcby savo time,
money nnd voxntlon of spirit, and nt tho
fnrco tlmo asslstlnn to Imlld uronoof tho
linmlMitnosl rltlei In tho world.
Ituddeii'n Itircnniitallru Installment
This reliable Installment establishment, nt
t30 and 012 Seventh strcot, has i complcto
stock of all kinds of merchandise that Isrc
Otilrod to furnish a woll-roKiilntcd household
nt ensh crlecs on tho Instnltlnont plan, and
dictate your own terms.
I'nr Wnslilncton Dressed llenf
co to .Tohu It. Kelly, (tallies?, Olfland CM Cen
tra Mai ket. nnd COO nnd '-'OS N01 them Liberty,
t'oined beet 11 specialty.
TV A JV TJ! J II K nv.
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tti, 25 ctnli for cut infrtlon; 60 cinti for three.
WANTKD-rty a noon colored i,'un
dress, wahlni; nnd Ironine to do at
home; references ftlvon. Apply 1810 N 11 nv.
TVANTED-A WHITE CiHtL FOR QEN-
era houccwoik In a small family,
man, wlfo and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre-
fened! to tho rleht nnrtv a nlcasant home
and good wiipos assured. Apply nt No. 100.1,
u st n w,
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work. Large salary. Write London & nart
ford rub. Co., N. Y.
ONE "EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, ono who
has an acquaintance among Wnshinvton
canvassers, to take exclusive conttolot tho
p nlo of "A Library of American Literature"
in Washington. This is one of the most
salable works now on the market. Nino ot
its eleven largo octavo volumes nro now out.
This Is a grand opportunity for a first-class
man ard we aro prepared to mako such a
one 11 very liberal oftcr. CHAS. L. WEI1
STER & CO., 3 East 14th St.. N. Y. city.
HVt JVTJ?J S IT UA. 11 OH S.
AdiertUtmentt under tltu htttd,Juur Une$or
less, 23 centifor one intertlon; 50 centi for three.
WANTED-BY A SEAMSTHEsi, HEWING
by tho day at home; willing to assist
with other work; 50 cents a day. E. E. It.,
"ITtrANTED-DY A COLORED WOMAN, A
V placo to do cooking and general houe-
workirofcicucea furnished. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER. 1583 lath st n w.
wvt jvt;j jf o on a.
room In the northeast part of city
where there will be no objection to light
housekeeping. Address D. 1. II.. this ofllfe.
"WANTED-TO PURCHASE A GOOD
VV house, with Tor 8 rs, with nil mod imps,
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J. J. F., Board of Roviow, Bureau
WANTED-TO RENT A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of 0 or 10 rooms, mod imps,
between K and R and 12th and 17th sts n w.
Address II., this ofllce, stating terms.
WANTED MISO EIjI.A.NX:0 VS.
Advertisement! under Ihlt head, four lines or
lett, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
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Jeweler, C05 7th st n w,oppolte U. S. Patent
Office; lino clock and watch ropahlhg a
tt-OAA TO S500 WANTED FROM0 TO 12
OdUU months; satisfactory reference
glien that tho loanor will receive doublo the
nr"nnnt loaned. Address II. R tnis oflleo.
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V or fcmall lots of high value Newspaper,
Department or other raro Stamps; also col
lections of Postage Mampi. Call or address
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Advertisements under this htad, four lines or
less ,'.! cents for one Insertions; 60 cents for three.
A" "GENTLEMAN OFTO, WELL EDUCATED,
of an affoctlonato disposition matrl
montallv inclined, desires acquaintance of a
young lady not opposed to traveling or a
wldow.uneucumbered and with omo means;
no trillers. Addross, stating where nn inter
view can be had. T. It. AVELING, City Post
ofllce. A GENTLEMAN WISHES THE Ac
quaintance of n confiding lady friend
for light clorlcal work and amusement. Ad
dress II. WARE, care ot 821 14th st n w.
BANJO THOROUGHLY' TAUGHT-12 COM
plete tunes and necompaniments in one
quarter. 80. McCaULEY & MOORE, 1715 F
st. 717 21st st.
NOW IS TIIE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big money" for gents' first-class second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, U19 D St. n, W.
1J10R ONE WEEK,
! FOR ONE WEEK,
FOR ONE WEEK.
ISTn AND FSTS.,
Will Offer tho Following
25 pair Swiss Curtains, 3 yds. long, $5 per
DO pair Frlllod-edgo Chamber Curtains, re
duced from S5.50 to S2.W5 per pair.
15palrFr!lted-edgq Chamber Curtains, ex
tra tine quality, reduced from 57.50 to j'1.00
LATEST SHADES. NEW EFFECTS,
lto pair Vienna ClienllIoPortlerns,3shadcs,
led need from 80.50 to 80.75 per pair.
They nro of extra lengtn and width and
TRICE AND QUALITY
Cannot bo Excelled.
ENTIRE STOCK OF TAPESTRIES RE
DUCED. From 25 to 50 Per Cent, below Former
French Strlpo Tapestries fromTSo. to Si per
Silk Stripe Tapestries, In all new shade,
fiom $1 to 815 per yard.
BCO Smyrna Rugs, 2 ft. Oln. by5 ft., 0 pat
terns, reduced to $2.10 each.
350 Smyrna Rugs, 3x0 ft, G patterns, le
duced to $4.10 each.
CC0 Smyrna Rugs. 1x7 ft., 8 patterns, re
duced to 80.00 each.
These Rugs are of FINE QUALITY, NEW
PATTERNS and COLORINGS, anduro with
out aouDt worm aoumo me prico.
ALL-WOOL INGRAIN ART SQUARES.
2jx3 yds. Reduced from 87.50 to 85.
3x3 yds. Reduced from SO to 85.75.
3x3) yds. Reduced from 810.50 to 80.50.
IMM ENSE REDUCTION
In CARPETS of all grades.
3C0 Solid Oak Chairs, 81 each.
200 Cherry, Oak and Im. Man, Tables, tl.HO
500 Rockers, alt stylos and finishes, from $2
1003-no. Solid Oak Chamber Suits, beveled
plate glass, 821.
GREAT REDUCTIONS INSIDEDOARDS.
es dinorcnt styles, from sio up.
Mahogany, Oak and Antique Oak, hand
molv carved and with bevelod nlato class.
MISCELLANEOUS FURNITURE OF EVERY
13TH AND FSTS.
a WE BERLITZ SCnOOI, OF LANGUAGES,
723 14th et. n. w.
810 a term. Trial lessons free. Send for
Branches In Vow York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Phlln nlphia, LouUvlIte, Paris,
1'iaucc; Berlin and Dresden, Germany,
mnE NORWOOD INSTITUTE,
Extract from a private letter:
"In rnply to your request for my advice as
to a good sohool for your daughter, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. aid Mrs,
CabeU'a Norwood Inatltnto, In Washington,
D. C. Tho standard of scholarship there Is
high, the Instruction thorough and the Influ
ences good, L. Q. O. Lamir,
Justice TJ. S. Supremo Court."
The school opens Sept. !. awtt-dAatt
The Death Record allbe Health Office
Tho teeord of tho Health Oflleo for January
21 shows Ot deaths reported. Of those 17
voro from TNEUMONIA, S from BRON
CU1TIS. 4 from CONGESTION of tho LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two cases tho
GRIP was given ns tho cause of death nnd
in ono "LA GRIPrE PNBUMONIA" was re
coided. Tho figures of thedny beforoshowod
that over SO percent, of tho deaths wore
caused by lung dlscftes.
This Is n very largo showing of mortality
fiom lung diseases, especially lrom tho
For tho prevention of lung troublosof nil
kinds DOUGLASS' EMULSION U rocom
mended, tho timely uso of which mayavort
n scrlons Illness, I nothing worse. Douglass'
Emulsion Is mado from Puro Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, combined wltlitho Hypo
phosphites of Llmo and Soda, It Is very pal
atable nnd easily digested.
Is a specific for Weak I.ungi, Bronchial
Troubles and Goncrnl Debility. Sufferers
fiom "Ln Grlppo" will find It will strongthon
tho Lungs, relfovo tho Soreness of tho Chest
nnd quickly euro tho Cough resulting from
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 75c.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
101 1 1' NTICEirr NOIlTH.Wr.ST.
jrojt nisNTii o us Bi.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion: 50 cents for three..
no. 1710 F st n w, 10 rooms, nil m. I.;
in excellent order... $50 00
No. 1110 Corcoran st, 10 rooms, wlthu-
story brick stable 40 00
Ot 1417 r St.
1701RInvenw,17rs $200 00
1011 Conn ave, 15 rs 200 00
1413 Mass ave, 17 rs and stable 200 00
Mil K st n w. 13 rs 200 00
H22 Vt nvo n w, 10 rs 20000
Mnssnve, nr 18th, 17 rs 175 00
lixoitlthstnw.llrs r. 125 00
1228Mstnw, 15 rs 123 00
1409 Mass are, 15 rs 125 00
1737 Qstnw. lira, 100 00
1 100 ampin st n w, 13 rs 100 00
1742Pstnw,12rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00
1042 21st stnw, 10 rs 70 00'
007 M st n w, 10 rs 0000'
15270 stnw, 10 rs CO 00
014 12th st n w. 10 rs CO 00
0-IOSstn w,8rs 50 00
180121st stnw. 8 rs DO 00
121811th stnw, lOrs 50 00
Pst, ncar21st,7rs 50 00
1010 Corcoran stn w, Ors 49 CO
2032G stn w, 10 rs 40 00
3073M stn w, and store, Ors 40 00
4'J4NJavos e, 10 rs 40 00
1 130 Stoughton st, 8 rs 33 00
2900Qstn w,2rs 31 33
1420 S st n w, 0 rs 30 00
Tho nbovo houses can be examined by per
mit from our ofHco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
1017 lMli st n w. 12 rs, fur $150 00
1202Nstn w, 12 rs, fur 150 00
1001 II st 11 w, lOrs, fur 100 00
8J27 N st 11 w, 13 rs 6000
733 21st stnw, 14 rs 45 00
8111st stnw, 10 rs 40 00
511 Spruce st 40 00
laOITst n w. 8 rs 40 00
1013T stn w.firs 30 50
',lCOthtue,Crs 23 00
1810 bth stii w, 5 is and stable 13 50
CnAS. E. 1IANE3,
With John F. Wnggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and O sts. n. w.
FOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
100m frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo school In
Uniontown. Inquire of A. BEHREND, 413 U
IOH SAJ.ESIJSCI'jJjTjASEO us.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
erv and oyster saloon, cheap, 3d st and
NYavonw; electric cars pass door; cheap
rent; cigars and tobacco license. Call nt
onco and got n bargain. fel2.3t
I70R SALE-CHEAP FINE COUNTER and
! shelving, now In No. 712 7th stnw; must
bo sold at onco. Apply 022 1 st n w.
170R SALE-875-SrECIAL STAR, 5MNCn,
J; silent rachot, I nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or npply 223 A nt a 0.
"TTiOR SALE-75 SHARES OF THE "JUD
l? son Pneumatto Railway Stock." Tloasp
address A, at this oflleo, and mako a cash
Adiei llsements under this head, fourllntsot
less, 25 cents for one insertion: 60 cents for three.
H' andsome" furnished' ROOMS, EN
suite or blngle, at tho Buckingham, 020
15th st n w. overlooking McPherson Squaro.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
sultubie for gentlemen. No. 003 M at n w.
AKjAi f 1 om B st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen; tent low to Iresponslblo parties who
will bo pel manent; convenient to the Capitol.
XOST ASH FOVSli.
LOST-ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON LAST,
probably at St. Mattbow's Church,
a yollow leather pooketbook, with metalllo
"C" on back, valuable to owner on no
count of associations; contained about
$5.25 in money, memoranda, i,u. Finder will
kindly leturn to Miss MINNIE CLINTON,
Census Ofllce. corner 3d and G sts n w, and
leceho aultahloreward. fell.3t
roil BALI! ASH ItllST.
TD EAL ESTATE BULLETIN '
TnOMAS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
2210 to 2231 Boundary st nw,bh,4 rs.. $10,900
2024 to 2012 Boundary st 11 w, b h, 4 rs. . 15,700
2211 to 222910th Bt n w, b h, 5rs 13.000
1321 to 1329 Cst s 0 and 1314 to 1322 Har
rison avo s e, b h,4 and 5 rs..... 12,000
1733 to 1743 E stnw, Ors 9,000
701 toTOOFarragut st n w, b h, 3 rs 0,000
1015 E Cap Btso, bh.Ors.! 8,000
1232Istnw,f h.Srs 8,000
1 to 0 alley bet 12th and 13th, M und N
stsn w , 0,000
1139 to 115U 23d Bt n w, f h. 4 rs 0.000
1123 20th et n w. f h, 0 rs, nnd 2 houses
rear, 4 rs each..... 5.000
1311 D st n w, f h, 0 rs 5,000
8328 to 8331 Pat n w, t h, 5 rs 5,000
1412 23th stnw.bh, ml, 9 rs 5,000
1217 and 1219 Madison st n w, f h, 4 rs,
and2bh rear 4,800
631to835 22df!tnw, bh,9rs 4.500
405 to411Baar's alley n w,bh,4 rs 4,000
423 N st n w, f h, 5 rs, and 2 houses rear 4,000
1323 v st n w, b h. a rs a,800
101312thbt nw.f h,7 rs , 3,775
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains.... $4,000
Cor Va nvo and 24th st n w 2,700
18th st, bet B and C sts so 1.800
A st, bot 14th and 15th Bts B 0 1,350
19th st, botE Capitol and A state 1,005
K st, bot 16th and 17th sts nw SI 50
leth st, bet R and Sstsn w 2 00
10th ot. bet M and Nstsn w 1 75
II st, bet Bd and 4th Bts s e 1 23
131 Bt, bt Canal and U Bts n w 1 00
HOUSES FOR RENT,
"The Maltby," N J avo and R Bt n w .
1120 13th Bt n w. fur. 10 rs $230 00
19027 1 stn w.22 rs.
715 0th stnw, 13 r
8052 P Et n w, 13 rs, f ur
23201'Btnw, 10 rs
Upper part lilOFstn w, 4rs ,,
Uppor part 1114 1' stnw, 4 rs
80121st stnw, 12 rs ,
1152 22dstn w.Ors
707 BCap 8t,0rs, poss. March 17
Will stn o,9 rs ,
1207 5th Btn w,7is
025 U stnw, 7rs
03 K st n 0, 0 rs
1"11 n Kt s w. 7 ra
inn nil, at h w. 8rn 18 00
1737 Johnson avenuo nw. ors ,, 18 00
SSDcfreesst n w,7rs 13 3'.)
worsts w, 4 rs 12 60
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. , ,
Sate as U. B, bonds; 5 per cent,, parable
quaiterly; In sums $1,000.
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
The above ts only a portion of the proporty
on my books. For full Hit call at ofllce (or
bulletin. Issued on the 1st and 13th.
rxTVi-iHw 1 VJtpb
lcca vrXv M(Y)VAnOT5!Sla
L I!" ,1-jif JLjjtrr rf j r frt 'm mr ! A-Mir iTLr JlV lll KJs?VW
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Bets ln Toplrir from f 15-up.
Bedroom Bets ln Onk or .Cbciry from
Bedroom Bets ln "Walnut from $40.
Parlor Suits in Hair Cloth or Plush,
GROGAN'S, 739 and
Gs Boiler) at 81.15 and 81,00 for Instantly making Tea or OoSe.
For largo Mid small families. Just the atove for sammer nsq, ;as yon -eitingnlsli a
the Instant the oooklnjr l done.' For sale by tha
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TemWb- S-b2?oeU 3ST- "W
A drtrflsmuntji under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; CO cents for three.
FV0TUJALE-A FINE RESIDENCE,
1730 N stnw.
A largo doublo brick mansion, 3 stbrles,
attloand basement. contalnlngovcr20 rooms,
not including 4 bathrooms, numerous large
closets, storage rooms and conservatory.
Lot 50x135 to a wido. well-paved alley.
Largo stable and carrlago houso.
Price. $45,000. Terms reasonable.
Forpormlt to Inspect tho premles apply to
J. V. N. I1UVCK,
fclO.d&S.lw 1505 Pa ave.
OR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. GROOM
frame house, lust finishing: hvdrant ln
vara; lot iuxik,; sung nome: price, sw. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. TnOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
15th st. ,
IOR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 006 IN 25
) foot alley, bet Sth and 10th and O and H
sts a w; 7 rooms: hall on both floors; olosots
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot 341 feet front by GJI deep, 49 foot
from 0th st. Apply within.
OR SALE THREE OF TOE CHEAPEST
houses In Washington, 100. 103 und 110
mu si n e; two-story ana nnemoiu, oroivn
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; oleotrlo
bells and gas; prlco, $3,500 each, $500 cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
EOR SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL Con
ner house; 7 rooms; handsomoly pa
pered: 1000 North Carolina nvo. Worth $5,
COO. Will sell at a sacrifice or ront low.
OWNER. Room 20. 810 F Bt n w.
T7IOR SALE-SOUTH BROOKLAND.
Willi :ltv Streets. Avenues and Circles.
FOR SALE We havo abont 100 Lots, 50x1.50
feet each, loft in that beautiful subdivision
known as Soutli Brookland, which Is in con
formity with tho plan of the city, having
streets 00 feet and avenues 130 feet wide.
This subdivision Is south of and adjoining
Brookland, convenient to the Metropolitan
Branch Railroad and Electric cars, near tho
University and Soldiers' Homo. Tho lots
now left will bo sold nt tho low prloo of
from 4 to 10 cents per foot on easy terms.
For plats and further Information apply to
WM.O. DENISON. 923 F st n W.orto RED
FORD W. WALKER, 1007 F st n w.
IJIOR SALE-LOTS IN FAI RVIEW II EIGHTS
: on Tennallytown Road and Woodloy
Lane, opposite Oak View. Electric railway
tracks now laid to these lots,, which have
side-walks in front and gns mains. Prices
lower than asked for other lots ln immediate
vicinity. Small cash payments. Monthly or
yearly time given at 0 por cent, interest.
BEALL. BROWN & CO.. 1.121 V St.
mnE FINE OYSTER SLOOP AND YACnT,
JL una Treaawcu, lor rent, tor saieor ex
change for other property at Bennett's ship
yard. foot of 11th st s w.
IJIOR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE
rooms, with steam heat, for rent in tho
Builders' Exchange building. 1421 G st n w.
Apply on tho premises to the SUPERIN
TENDENT; MOSEY TO I.OAS.
M"NEYTOLOAN FOR BUILDING PUr"
poses. No delay when security Is ac
ceptable. EMMONS & BROWN, 930 I' st n w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OB
first-class securities at lowest rates of
interest. No delay whero security is good.
O. C. QREEN,
ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 4,0 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
-1118 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au
thorized by tho United Security Life In
suianco and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance monoy on Improvod property in
Washington up to 75 por cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without Itfo Insurance.
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly in
Btallments, running 6, 10, 15 or 20 yours. In
many Instances tho payments aro less than
the rental of a houso. F. II. SMITH & SON,
1222 F stn w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums to suit
On Approved Roal Estate Seonrltr.
U. U.-WARNER & CO.,
!R F t n. w.
1415 I' Ntiect. Slumber of Vfuslilugton
NtocU KxcliuiiKe. All local HtooUs
und MeciirJtles bouijlit uuil sold.
UOTEZS ASH HE8TAVMASTS.
1405 II STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGTON, D, C.
Permanent and transient guests.
WASHINGTON, D, C.
O. Q. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
WASHINGTON, D, O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERM8-3.00 and 51.00 Per Day.
T. JABIK3 HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PBNNA. AVE,,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
Corner 15th and I arreeta northwest,
Opposite MjPherson Square.
riW- Iv A IJC al n V- -
AH L'srpob HiitTo find Laid
Frea of Charge.
Ingrain Carpets from 25c. up.
Extra Btiper Ingrain from 50c.
Brussels Cat pet from 75c. '
741 7th St. N.' W.
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now unlvorsally conceded by oven the
most fanatical teetotalers that a glass of
thoroughly matured and pure wine Is tho
most wholesome, health and strength-giving
beverage for mankind. Almost every Slato
no matter how cold Its climate-produeos
grapes from which wine ts pressed, but THE
PASADENA WINES are made from those
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapes
which attain the highest grade of maturity
and tlpcneos and are therefore the bost wlnos
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 and 1202'Pennn. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho sole agent for tho Pasadena Wines
and'Brandles nnd soil at marvolously low
prices. I havo received orders from rlon and
poor alike and all cheerfully acknowledge
that tho Pasadona Wines and Brandies aro
by far tho best and purest in the District,
notwithstanding the fact that my prices aro
tho very lowest.
My 20 per cont. removal discount will be
Please compare my prices with thoso
PASADENA WINES. PerGal.
Claret, ex'ra quality $1 00
Burgundy... 1 0
Sherry (Golden i.'Tale).... 1 50
Tort 1 5"
Port, cxtiaold 2 00
Brandy 4 00
Brandy, very old COO
Brand y, very, very old ... . 10 00
Malaga 1 to
Champagno, quarts, doz... 12 00
Champagne, pints, 2 doz... 13 00
VIRGINIAAND nOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret $1 00 $0 80
Norton's Virginia Seldllng,
per dozen 4 00 3 20
Sv ect Catawba (finest qual
ity) 90 80
I carry tnolargesi stock of Imported Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St. Croix Rums
and all tho French Cordials, Including tho
cclobraled after-dinner cordial, CRRME DE
MENTHE (Cream of Mint), green or orange.
The oldest Ryu. Bourbon and Imported
Whiskies can always bo found at my store.
I enumerate a few:
Trimble Pure Rye 1
Montlcello Pure Rye.. In Demijohns or
Perfection Pure Rye Bottlos
Hannisvlllo Puro Rye voiy low.
Old Kentucky Sour Mash.; J
Scotch Whisky, old 0 00 4 80
Scotch Whisky, very old.... 7 50 6 00
Scotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00 8 00
Irish Whisky, old GOO 4 B0
Irish Whisky, very old 7 50 0 00'
Irish Whisky, very, very old, 10 00 8 00
German Roggen Brantwcln. 5 00 4 00
I make a specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing and Jolly Wlnos and Brandios.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
airvr KOQB or
And you will a! ways have beantlful Bread.
Rolls and BIsonlts. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avonue.
WM. M. QA1.T A OO.
ATTOUSE YB-AT-ZA W.
E05 D street northwest,
Washington, D, O.
Webster Law Batldtng,
RMldeno 1218 a street northwest.
The 0 rent Pcniisylvanist Route
I'd the North, West, and Southwest,
DoubloTiack. Snlondld Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
In Efmct JAjnunr 1st, 1890.
Trains leave Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth nnd D streets, as follows;
Fon PirpWltn nnd tho West, Chicago
Limited Express of Pullman Vostlbuled Cars
at 10.50 nm dally; Fast Lino, 10.50 am dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars
from Plttsbiiig to Cincinnati, and stooping
Cars Hanisburg to Indlnnnpolis: dally, ex-1
cept Saturday, to Chicago, with Slooplng Car
Altoona to Chicago. St. Lout, Chlcngo and
Clntlnnntl Expres. 3.30 p m daily. Parlor
Car Washington to Hnrrlonrg, nnd Slooplng
Cars Ilnrrlsburg to St. Louis. Chicago nhd
Cincinnati, and Dining Car Harrltburg to fit.
Louis. Western Express, nt 7,40 pm dally,
with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
nnd St. LonN, connecting dally at Harris
burg with through sleepers for Louisville
nnd Memphis. Pacific Express, 10.00 p ra
tlntlv. for I'll fslmri? nml tlin Waal., ivlrh
through Slcoper to Pittsburg, nnd Plttsburir
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
Ton KAr. Canandatgua, Rochester and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a in.
Ton Eum, Caunndnlgua and Rochester
dally: for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcopt
fcnturday, 10.W ptn.,wlthslccplngcar Wash
ington to Rochester.
Foil Wii.MAJisronT, Lock navon and El
mlra, nt 10.50 a m dally, except Sunday.
1'on WtLtiAsisrom dally, 3.30 p m.
Ton Puii.Ai)Ei.riiiA, Now York and tho East,
7.20,9.00. 11.00 and 11.40 n m, 2.10. 3.20, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.20 pm. On Sundny, 9.00, 11.40 a
m,C.10,3.20,4.10,lOOOnnd !1.20pm. Limited
Express of Pullmnn Parlor Cars, 9.40 a m
dally, except Sundny, and 4 p in dally, with
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exvnr.s, 8 10 a in week days, and 8.10
p m dally. Accom., (1.00 p m dally.
Fon Bostos, without chango, 3.20 p m every
Fon Rnoonr.TN. N. Y., nil through trains
connect at Jersey Citv with boats of Brook
lyn Annex, affording direct trnnsfor to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferrlago aoross New
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11,40 a m weok days,
11.20 pm daily.
Fon 1UI.TIMOAZ, 0.35, 7.20, 8.10, 0.00.9 40,
10.50, 11.00 nnd 11.40 a m, 12.03, 2.10, 3 20, 3.30
4 00,4.10, 4.20, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 Hnd
11.20 p. m. On Sundhy, p.00, 0.03, 10.50, 11.40
a m, S 10, 3.20, 3.80, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00,' 7.40, 8.10
10.00 nnd ll.eop.m. ,
Fon Pons' CnntK Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p.
m dally, except Sunday,
Fon ASNAroLls, T.20, 9, am, 12.OT and 4.20
p in dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.03 a a,
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
IN MFECT KOVEHBZn 18, 1889.
Fon AucxANmtiA, 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 6.40, 9. 4S;
10.t7n in. 12.04 noon, 2.03,4,15, 4.23. 4.53,6.01,
8.02, 10.IT, and 11.37 pm On Sunday at 4,av
7.45, 0.43, 10 57 a in, 2.30, 4.15, 0.01, 8.02 and
10.03 p m.
Atco.MMoi(ATioNronQOA!!Tico,7.45 am and
4.55 p m eek davs. 7. a m Sundays.
Tor. RiuiMONDnnd the South, 4.30, 10.57 a
m daily, and 4.15p m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.53 p m week days;
TiiiANslrave Alexandria for Washington,
0.05,7.05,8.00,-9.10,10.15,11.07 am; 1.20,3.00,
5.10, CIO, 7.05, 9.20, 10.32, 10.42 and 11.05 p
m. On Sunday"at 9.10 and 11.07 a ra; 2.00,5.10,
0 10. 7.05. 9.201O 82 and 10.42 pm.
Tickets and informal Ion at the oflleo, north
east cornor of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at tho station, where orders can'
be left for-tho checking bf baggago to destl
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. rUGH, J. H. WOOD.
Genenll Manager. Gen. Pass. Agont.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedulo In effect Doo. 29, 18S9.
Leavo Washington from Station corner of
New Jorsoy avenuo and C street.
Fon Chicago nnd Northwest, Vcstlbuled
Limited express dally 11:20 a m, express 9.30
Fon Ci!cinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
Fon PiTrsnitnii and Cleeland, Vetlbuled
Limited expiess dally 11:10 am and oxpress
Fon LrxisoTON and Local Stations, tlOai
Fon Winchester and Way Stations, t5.30
Fon I.ctiay, 6:10 p in.
Fon Baltijioiie, week dnys, 4.00, 5.00, 6.40,
7.20, 6.30,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12.00, 43 minutes),
am, 12.10, 2C0.2.30(45'mlnutes), 3.15(45-mln-utes).
3.23, 4.25,4.30,4.35, 8.30, 0.20, 7.10, 7.45,
0.00, 10;)0 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.20,
8.30, 9 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 ( minutes), 1.15,
2.00, 2.30 (45-mlnutes), 3.25. 4.25,4.35, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 9 00, 10.30 and 11.S0 p m.
Fon Way Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5. 00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.35, 6 20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,'
3 2',, 4 35, 0.20, 11.30 p m.
Tiiains leavo Baltimore for Washington,,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.00, 12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. 6,00, COO, 0.20, 7.10, 7.80, 8.30,8.33,
10.20. 1055 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.80,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00, 12.50, 1.50, 2.10. 4.15,
5.00, 6.20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.S0, 8.35, 10.20. 10.23 and
ll.ro p in.
Fon Annatolis, 0.40 a m, 12.10. 4.23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.03, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
8.37 am, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
C.45. 510.30 a m, 51.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tlO.SO a m, tl 80 and t5.30 p m.
Fob Rockviuje and way stations, tl.35 p m.
Fon GAmiznsnunn and intermediate points,
9.00 a m, tl.OO, 5.35, tll.35 p m,
Fon Horn's and Intoimediate stations, 17.00
pm, 510.00 pm.
Cnuncn tiiain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p in, stopping at all stations on
roil FnEDEmcK, -tO.45, 11.20 a ra, t3.10, tl.30'
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon llAoEiisiowu, 111.20 a. m, and 15.30,
Tiiains arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 6.50 p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION, Foil New York. Trenton. Newark nnd
Elizabeth, N. J.. 4.00, t8.0tf, 9.20, M2.00 a m,
2.Ci. 4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars vi all day trains. Sleeping Car on the'
10.80 p .. open at 0.00 p ra.
Fon .Pi.-Cadkli'iiia. Newark, Wilmington"
and Cheste.1- 4,00, tS.OO, 9.20, 12.00 a m.
2.S0, 4.20, J.JO.and 10 80 pm.
Fon iNTi.nJiEn. vte toints botwoon Balti
more and Fhlludoi; tla, 15.00 and 67.20 a ur,
12.00, t3.15 p Tn.
Tiiains leave: New York for Washington,
8.30,tll.00a in, 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 p m and
Tiiains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15,11.10am,tl.35, I.IO, COS. 7,40
Fon Atlantic City, 4.00 a m and 12,03 m.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12 00 noon.
tExcept Sundny. Daily. SSnndayonlyi
Baggage called for and cheeked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Co. on
orders left at ticket offices, 019 und 1351 Pa.
ave. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Tass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedule In effect Jnnuaiy 20, 1890.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth nud n
streets, 10:57 a m lor Newport Nows, Qld.
Point C'Omfort and Norfolk dally. Pullman
Buffet Parlor Cars to Old Point dally excepti
Supday. Arnl 0 In Old Point at 6:10 p m, and
11:21 a mJ-Clnclnnatl Exprcus, dally, for-'
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleopors through,
without change to Cincinnati, nrrlvlng at7;33
9:10 p m-F. F. V. Vestibule Special, dally,,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleoporfor Lexington and Louisville.
Ofllce, 613 Pennsylvania avenuo.
II. W. FULLER, Gen. Pass, Agent,
coaijUisHtosEits or heeds.
CS. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALLt
,1 States and Territories, 458 La. ave., opp.
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