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TnB "WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 14, 1890.
APPEAL TO CONGRESS.
PLATE-PRINTERS WANT TO SELECT
THEIR OWN ASSISTANTS.
TEhev Say tho Color Lino Wm Not
Drawn In tho Cnso of France
Flood, but Sho Was Objected to on
Account or Her Inoxperlonco.
"A wrong linprcsston exists lu tho
mind of tho rmblla regarding tho so
ualkd color question nt tho Uttieau,"
bniil n well-known pinto printer to a
C'iutic reporter last night. "There Is
no truth In tho statement that tho
fccrvlees of Frank Flood wcro refused,
because she had African blood In her
veins. There nro plenty of colored
persons employed nt tho llurcau, nnd
nothing has been heard of tho color
line bclnc; drawn until now. Let mo
tell you something, and you will readily
understand our position. A. iihto
printer and his assistant must hold con
genial relations. Thoy nro eheok by
jowl with each other all tluough tho
wotklncday. Tho platc-prlnter pays
Ills assistant her salary out of his own
wngiH, tho Government having no
responsibility tu tho matter save tho
holding of the civil scrvlco examina
tion and the assignment to duty of tho
"The printer Is absolutely and en
tirely responsible for tho work of his
ns.sls'tatit, and Is compelled to pay for
any woik she may spoil. Acaln, ovory
bluet dhc docs spoil is placed upon rec
ord and Is counted ngalnst tho printer's
cMlcicney as u workman. You can
readily hcc, thcicfote, that every ono of
ns desires to have us capable and care
ful nn assistant as can bo secured.
Now, take tho case of Plato Printer
Levi, who was tho second ono to go.
He hud u girl somo time since who
was incfllclcnt, and ono mouth he was
compelled to pay $25 for work sho had
spoiled. Ho requested that ho bo re
lieved of her assistance and his request
was granted. Such n request on tho
pull of a plate-printer has novor be
fore been icfuscd up to this time, nnd
the wishes of tho men hnvo always
heretofore been respected In this re
gard. , 'Levi applied for another girl, and was
told that he could either have his old
girl back or wait until a new ono was
assigned fiom tho Civil Service Com
mission. Ilo choso tho latter course,
expecting that ho would get a girl who
bad formerly been an efficient assistant
in the 'Bureau.
"Miss Flood happened to bo tho next
eligible and she had bad no cxpcrlenco
whatever. Levi demurred and was
told he would bo compelled to tako her
or go out. He said ho had suffered
enough loss from Incompetent assist
ants, and that ho would sooner leave
under such circumstances than to be
relieved on account of spoiled work,
which latter record would militate
ncalnsl his sccurlncr work In
New York or elsewhere. That
is tho case In toto. Wo
naturally feel aggrieved, because over
bintc the liurcau of Knsravlng and
Printing husbcen established our wishes
regarding our assistants have always
been acceded to."
"Will the platc-pi inters stiikcV" asked
"This talk about ourstiiking is the
sheerest nonsense," was tho reply. "Wo
have too many sensible men among us
to act so absurdly. No, wo will not
btrlkc; but wo arc going before Con
gress and ascertain If vc cannot have
the right to select the people who arc
paid out of our pockets and for whoso
mistakes wo aro pcisonally and finan
UUW TO KEEP HO UK It.
ICiifiono lllgglns Tolls Something About
There aro many pooplo In the States
of Pennsylvania, Maryland aud Vir
ginia who know Eugene Higgins of
Baltimore. Ho is particularly familiar
with tho pcoplo of tho Capitol and one
who knows what llfo hero means, In
conversation with a Ciiitio mau Mr.
Iliggins said: "Thero is a prevailing
Impression among those who havo been
tirminrl llin wnrlrl flint, wlnn ilrlnlrlnrr 1r
a luxury. A man who proceeds to call
tip a bottle of 1'omciy bee or Munim s
Extra Dry is considered to bo n mlno
owner, a real estate manipulator or a
lobbyist. Now, this Is a great mistake,
and t can readily conceive how peoplo
take it in that light.
"Just to illustrate: Any man can
como into a bar-room, grill-room or
crtfe nnd call for a bottle of champagne.
No sooner has ho done so than tho
culler is looked upon as a man who can
consistently bear tho expense of one
who Is 'blowing' himself In for a pur
pose. All eyes arc turned upon him,
and If tho 'seltcr-up' happens to be a
man who is used to the process it will
very soon bo realized; otherwise, ho Is
one who can be readily worked."
"But plcaso explain, Mr. Higglns,"
suld The Cnmc, "why a wino drinker
cannot be looked upon otherwise than
as tho carrier of a heavy purse."
"This Is very plain," replied Mr.
lilggins. "For instance, you or any
other man can go into a drinking place
uhd spend two or three dollars a day, or
even a smaller or a larger amount. This
is a regular occurrence, and men in
dulgo in the expense who can't afford
it. It happens that I am standing
around or am a familiar man to those
who frequent tho ploco. Thoy know
that 1 am ono of those fellows who
never drink anything else but chain
paenc. and thoy realize that to call inn
up means $2.50 or $5. Right hero is
where I escape tho expense. I was !)G
years old before 1 knew what tho taste
of liquor was, and since that time I
consider myself what you might call a
"To continue," said the gentleman
from Baltimore, "I may spend $'25, or
even $100 for wino in ono evening,
which naturally convoys tho impression
that I am ono of those capital fellows.
This luxury may bo indulged in onco in
a month, perhnps more frequently, but,
in tho long run, I will venture tho
assertion thnt tho wino drinker will
como out in advance Periodically he
may feel tho after effect, but it Is no
every-day circumstance which follows
tho man who stands up to tho bar and
i,ays give mo a 'rum and gum,' a
'touchy' cocktail, a 'fat beer,' or, If you
please, Chartreuse, frozen absynth or
IN IIUKNT CUIIK.
Young Luilleo or St. John'a l'arlali
Work For Charity.
Every avallablo Inch of space In tho
St. John's Parish Hall, at Sixteenth and
II streets northwest, was occupied last
night by tho members of tho parish and
their friends. Tho occasion was an en
tertainment by tho scholars and teachers
of tho Sunday-school to ralso money for
charltahlo purposes. As early as 7
o'clock litllo groups of pretty gills bo
gan to collect in front of tho hall and
llttlo children chatted and laughed In
anticipation of a glorious tlmo. Half
an hour later every chair In tho hall
bad Its occupant, and n sign bearing
tho inscription "Standing room only"
would not havo been amiss.
The ball was set rolling when Misses.
JMcKce and Qoodacro wero escorted to
tho piano, which stood at ouo end of
tho temporary stage Tho two pretty
misses regaled tho fsudlcnco with a
fluot, entitled. "La Tourblllon," that
Immediately won for themselves the ap
preciation of tho house. This pretty
selection was followed by tho operetta
"Lllllo Hrd Hiding Hood," by the
children of the Sunday-school. Their
conception of the ehaiacters of the
rhlldien's story was excellent, and tho
case and grace with which tho llttlo
tots went tluough their respecttvo parts
showed conclusively that many long
liouia hud been spent In rehearsals.
Llttlo Amy McLcod took tho character
of Jlcd Ridiitg Hood; Jllllto Pilco acted
tho Mother. Alberta Walker, In her
portrayal of the character of tho Wolf,
was exeiuclatlngly funny, and brought
down tho house; nnd pretty llttlo Violet
Jlclfcc ns tho Fairy Queen, who comes
In with her band of fairies just in time
to save lied Hiding Hood Irom being
eaten by tho Wolf, to tho great cdltlca
tlon of the chlldienln tho audience,
was pei feet In her acting.
Sirs. .1. 11. Hnrlon recited tho "Prldo
of llattcty 11." Sir. Donnelly was en
roled ngulii and again as ho sang funny
tonus, nnd tho entertainment concluded
with a rendition by tho Doicas Society.
Thojoung ladles' of the church had
finothemi their dimples in burnt cork,
nnd their glistening black complexions
and elaborntc costumes turned soveral
darkies who stood at tho door green
with envy. Judging from the audi
cute tho chailtablo exchequer was
greatly added to.
How Somo Women (lot nn Iiloit
Whisky anil Water."
"Did you notlco that woman who just
went outi" nsked tho clerk In a Wash
ington street drue; store.
"Yes," was tho reply, "and a voiy
pretty woman sho was, too."
"Oh, as for that," said tho clerk,
"she's pretty enough, but did you notice
what she bought?"
"Not particularly," was tho reply;
"hut I thought it was cologne, or per
fume of some kind."
"So It was," said the clerk, "hut sho
docs not buy tho cologno for perfuming
purposes, although bIio buys much more
of It than any other half do.cn pcrSons
who trade nt this stoie."
"What then does sho do with It if sho
doc3 not uso it for poifuming pur
poses?" ventured tho reporter.
"To get drunk on." was tho laconic
"Yes, that's what I said. You never
have heard of cologne drunkards, then?
Well, that woman is a cologno drunk
aid, and one of tho worst of them, too.
She buys from ono to two doon of those
long, slim bottles of 4,711 cologne every
week, and sho takes it entirely herself.
"How docs she tako it?"
"Ah a rule on lumps of sugar; at
least I suppose sho docs, for that Is the.
usual custom ot cologno lakers. TUoy
saturate a number of lumps of sugar
with tho fluid, and entry them about
them. When (ns is the case with a
whisky drunkard) they feel as it they
nccdid a drink, they will tako ono or
two lumps of sugar, nnd, letting It dis
solve in the mouth, they will get a sort
of an imitation of pcifumcd whisky
and sugar and water. You know, ot
course, that the base of tho cologno is
alcohol, and for most people alcohol is
altogether too hliong to bo taken raw,
and this is ono of tho reasons why sugar
"Another reason, I suppose, is because
it is easier to carry about aud can be
taken without detection when on the
sugar. Some of the cologno users, and
there arc a great many, can drink their
liquid taw, and those who havo arrived
at that stago can drink puio alcohol or
almost any'thinc clso. excent. ncrhans.
sulpuuric or some kindred acid."
"Are many men nddietcd to the
hnblt?" was asiicd.
"No, I lia'c never hcaid of a single
case of a man taking cologne, but there
aro many women who mako a regulnr
piaclicc of it, nnd a great many of tho
dius: stores havo tegular customers
whom they supply witlTdiffercnt brands
of cologne and perfume. By far tho
greater portion of them, however, uso
this 4,711, which Is mauc In Germany
nnd hasa fragiant, refreshing and last
"I havo sat in tho theatre mauy a
night and watched elegantly dressed la
dles, whose nusbanusuau pciuaps gone
out between ac'.s, slyly open their reti
cules and extract the swcct-smclllng
cubes of sugar. After several of these
hnd been dissolved tho lady would nave
what tho boys call a 'still' on; that is,
she would bo sort of quietly drunk, and
her husband, who had been out several
tunes himself 'to sec a man,' would
never notico it, as his own libations had
dulled his senses a bit.
"Oh, yes. It's a great scheme for the
ludies, for It perfumes their breath as
well and gets them full, but It would
bo far better for their constitutions if
they wcro to drink whisky, brandy,
gin, or any other kind of liquor, a3
none is nearly so injurious in its cfTcet
as tho cologne." Boston Glole.
To dream of a ponderous whale,
Krcct on tho tin of Ills tall.
Ib tho sign of a storm
(If tlieweathcr Is warm).
Unless it should happen to fall.
Dreams don't amount to much, anyhow,
Souo signs, however, aro infallible If you
nro constipated, with no appetite, tortured
with sick headache and bilious symptoms,
tbceo signs Indlcnto that you nocd Dr.
Pierce's 1'lcasant Purgatlvo Toilets. Thoy
will euro you. All druggists.
Kxcumlun to New Orleans.
For tho benefit of those desiring to at
tend tho annual Srcngcrfcst at Now Or
leans February 12 17, and tho Mardl-Gras
festivities February 18, tbo Baltimore and
Uhlo Railroad will soil excursion tickets
Washington to Now Orleans and return at
rato ot i-U7.R0 for tho round trip. Tickets
will bo sold for all trains February 0, 10,
13,14,15 and 10, and will bo valid for
return passago until March 1, 1890. For
Information In detail call at I). & O. ticket
offices, Nos. 619 and 1351 Pennsylvania
avenue, or at depot, corner of Now Jersey
avenue and O street.
"50 40' or "fight." Sco "War" Robert
son's advertisement In this paper.
X took Gold,
X took Sick,
I tako My Meals,
I take My Root,
AN!) I AM VIGOROUS UNOUOH TO TAKB
AN THING I CAN LAY MY HANDS ON ;
fclllJiK iht 4oo, tor Scoll's
mulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
and Hypophosphitosof Limoand
Soda Nor ONLY CURED MY IllClp-
!jst Conssuiijsiioii hut duilt
hi; ur, ami is now n i riNO
FLESH ON MY BONES
at t1ik rate ok a tound a day. i
rakk ii just as easily as j do milk."
such testimony is nothing new.
scott's emission js doing wonders
daily. Take no other.
nFB rMkMwa.)lfliure&ar. Atdeaiert
. nenftpoT-PAinonroelitot 15c. by
Til I J ENGAGED (HUT,,
What n Dllloronoo llntrotluil Million In
Hnvc you over noticed what a differ
ence there Is In a gill's manner when
sho gets engaged to bo married? asks
Slndgc In London Truth. Sho flirts ns
much ns ever, of course, nnd oven n
little more, for it scorns ns though n
semt.npproprlntcd girl has more chnrms
for tho innlo flirts than thoso whose
hearts havo not capitulated. Tho
difference lies lu tho manner to other
girls of tho engnged ono. Even tho
gentlest nnd nicest nssuino slight nlrs of
superiority, ns though tho problem of
settlement In llfo having been settled for
them they wcro now competent to uuldo
and ndvlsoall other young women.
If tho fiance he young aud handsomo
they are generally too much absorbed
In him to pay much attention to nny
ono else; but it ho ho mlddle-ngcd and
very rich thoy fltiil nbundauec of leisure
to place nt tho disposal of their friends.
Tills they employ principally In dis
cussing their own prospects, settling
what color their liveries shall he and In
nirunglng tho various details of their
establishment. But a llttlo egotism i3
pardonable at suclf n time, aud thoy are
seldom so wholly occupied with their
own concerns ns to forget to quietly
pntronlzo their girl friends. "You
must marry well, Lucy. You shall
como nud stay with me, nnd wo will
sco what cau bo done." Or, "Mary,
you must give up young Browne, lie
will not ho able to give you a carriage
for years nnd years, if over. I shall
havo dark, tan-colored liveries, picked
out with crimson," etc.
Then, If anything occurs to break off
the engagement anil tho girl sinks back
Into tho ranks of tho unengaged, her
position is nil tho moro disngrccnblo if
sho has put on a lot of style during her
betrothal. But, perhaps, tho girl who
is slavishly In lovo with her iiaaco Is
tho greatest boro of all. "Has not Ed
mund glorious oyes? Havo you ever
looked deep Into them? Havo you
ever noticed the way his hair curls just
above his cars?" Or, "Is not my
George's voice charming? So musical
and well bred." Ono gets very tired
of this sort of thing. Wo havo had an
engaged girl staying here for tho last
week, and though wo havo never soon
her young man wc all detest his very
name, so Incessantly docs sho cbattor
about him. "My Archie" is dinned
into our cars all day long. I should
often liko to hit that girl.
Tho many wonderful euros accomplished
by Hood's Sarsannrllln, when other medi
cines had failed, Is sufllcicnt proof that this
preparation possesses peculiar nnd su
perior curativo powers.
You can order Tnn Ciiitio by postal card.
It will bo sent to your address ovory even
ing for 35 cents.
Telephone, Special Wire, No. 09.
Special Attention. Low l'rIco3.
1105 NEW YORK AVK. N. W
WASHINGTON, VJ. C.
XOST AND FOUND.
LOST-ON bUNDAY A1TEUNOON I, VST.
probably at St. Mattliow's Churoh,
a yellow leather pooxetbook, with metallic
"6" on hack, valuable to ownor on ao
count of associations; contained about
S5.S5 lu money, memoranda. &o. Finder will
kindly return to Miss MINNIE CLINTOS,
Census Oflloe. corner 3d and G sts n w, nnd
receive sultablorownrd. foll.'Jl
WOODWARD & LOTlIROr,
Cor. 11th and F sts. northwost.
New Spring Goods by
every freight. We are
placing them in position as
rapidly as possible. From
now on each day will note a
change in the aspect of the
store. The heavy weights
are giving way to the light,
the dark shades giving way
to delicate tints.
lliail-CLASS GLOVES-Wo havo steadily
Inci eased our Glovo trade by confining tho
stock cntlicly to high-class, roliablo quail
tics', which nro tho most economical for you
to buy and tho bost for us to sell. Hero aro
tluco special values tho best thoso piicos
can buy anywhoro;
Itllsses' 4-bulton Sucdo nnd Diossed Kid
Gloves In assorted Tan Shades. Only 81 per
Gloves In assorted Tan Shades. Only SI per
Ladies' 4-hutton Trofosse Sucdo Glovos In
Tnns, Browns, Gray and Hlack. Only $1.M
Klcgant lino of Evening Gloves aud Silk
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP.
S. O. CORSETS o yet havo a few of tho
F. O, Corsets atCHo. per pair. 'Twas a good
'So. Cortot. Has a self-opening clasp and
shown In White Cream and Drab.
CHILDREN'S WAISTS-Thoso Waists aro
almost an absoluto necessity to growing
children. Thoy support tho baokund chest
and impart a symmetry to tho form not
otherwlso obtnlnablo Wo havo these
corded Waists In all slr.es from S months to
18 years, 5, so, 60, 05 and 85o. each.
A special bargain In 40 luo h Black Chan
tllly Luce Flouncing at $1.23 por yard. This
Flouncing would bo good valuo at 81.50 and
will compare favorably with any at $1.75.
Wo bought it choap and offer It at 81.25 slm
rly as a special attraction.
Two special values in Corset Covers. Cor
ed co era of Cambrio and Muslin lu high
neck, Hqiiaro neck and la Pompadour,
cum trimmea wuu unmuurg, uuiy-'oo.
Cambria Corset Covers mado "V" nook
front and hnok, with double row of wldu
Hamburg, finished with herring bono braid.
Only COo. each.
INFANTS' SLIPS AND DRKSSKS-Thonow
spring stock of Infants' Slips and Drosios has
arrived. Cutcnoss exemplified. Dainty lit
tle garmcnU In tho most becoming stylos pos
Cambrio Long Slips, -5o. each.
Ditto, finer. In throe styles, COc. each.
Cambrio First Short Dresses, yoko of
fine tutks ond trimmed with embroidery,
Cambrio Short Dresses, In cute Hubbard
Cambrio short drossos wltbV-yoko haok
and front, embroidery trimmed, 75o.
frlx styles of Nainsook, Cambria nnd Linen
Lawn Snort Dresses at a dollar each.
For further particulars sco tho department.
BOYS' SrRINQ-WEiailT OLOTHING-Wo
havo received an advanoo lnvolco of now
spring styles and effects In Boys' Clothing.
Hull b, Reefer Jackets and Spring Overcoats.
Blown All-wool Choiot Reofeis, 7 ti VI
years. S4. Fanov 1'Iald Reofors, slzos 8 to 0
years, 81. Navy llluo Sailor Roofers. Sf.50.
Ton si rlntf patterns In Boys' All-wool Suits,
In medium-weight cloths, slzos 5 to 10 years,
$5 to 88.
I'our patterns In Spring Overcoats for Small
Boys, from Si to U years, $5, $tl, 87 aud 87.50
Cor. llth and FSta. N. W.
Call up telephone No. 231-3 and order
Tun CniTio delivered to you for 85 cents a
lluy Your Merchandise nt Homo.
Thero Is no good or Justifiable reason why
nny ono rosldlng In this city should go to
Now York to mako tholr purchasoj. If you
med anything in tbo furniture lino, uptnl
Ptory, dcccrallons, &o godlroot to Hough
ton A Co ' reprcsontatlvo ostabllshmont, at
1818 and 123) F stroot northwost, and thero
you will find oxactly tho same class of go ids
lint will ho shown you In Now York, nnd at
tho samo prices, nnd thoroby savo tlrao,
monoy and vexation of spirit, and nt tho
sumo tlmo assisting to build up ono of tho
handsomest cities in tho world.
Iltulilon'H ItoproKnutHttvu Installment
This rcllablo Installment establishment, nt
030 and 033 Sovcnth strcot, has a oomploto
stookof nil kinds of morchnndlso that Is re
quired to furnish n woll-rognlatod housohold
nt cash prices on tho Installment plan, and
dictato your own forms.
1'or Washington moused Hoof
go to John R.KolIy, stalls OSS, 020 nnd MO Con
tio Market, nnd sod and 203 Northorn Liberty.
Lornod bcof n spoolalty.
Adttrttteinmti undtr this htad, four llitti or
tit, 25 emit for cut Insertion; 60 centi for thru.
WANTED-W AOOOD COLORED LAUN
drcs, wnshlnp nnd Irniilns to do at
homo; references kIvcii. Apply 1S10 N II ay.
WANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOIl OKN
cral housework In a email family,
man, wlfo nnd boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant homo
aud Rood wagos assured. Apply at No. 1003
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
draughtsman and two first-class ma
chlnlsts. CUTTKK8AW CO., this oftlco.
AN AI1LE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safo, LlBhtnlnK-rod- or Book Apont, or
NciKirtcr, of frreat savolr falro, for literary
work. Larco salary. Wrlto London & HurC
ford rub. Co.. N. Y.
ONE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, ono who
has on noqualntaneo umoiiB Washington
canvassers, to tako oxcluslvo control of tho
salo of "A Library of Aniorlcan Literature"
In Washington. This Is ono of tho most
salable works now on tho market. Nino of
Its eleven largo octavo volumes aro now out.
This Is a grand opportunity for a first-class
roan nru wo aro prepared to mako such a
ono a very liberal offer. CHA8. L. WEB
STER CO.. S East 14th St.. N. Y. elty.
WASTED BIT UA.TIONS.
Advertisement! under tilt htad. Jour line or
tut, 25 centt for ont Intertlon; 60 eentt for three,
by tho day at home; willing to assist
with other work; 60 cents a day. E. E. It.,
WANTED-BY A COLORED WOMAN, A
plnco to do cooking and general house
work; refcrencoa furnished. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER, 1555 15th St n W.
WANTED - A ILAINLY-FURNISHED
room In tho northeast part of olty
whero there will bo no objoctlon to light
housekeeping. Address D. 1". II., thlsofflco.
PURCHASE A GOOD
house, with T or 8rs. with all mod lmm.
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J, J, F., Board of Rovlow, Bureau
WANTED-TO WENT A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of fl or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and R and 13th and l'tb sts n w.
Address II., this ofllco, Btatlng torms.
WANTED HUSO ELTjANEOUS.
AdiertUements under this head, four lines or
lest, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
WM. FRIEDER1CK, Manufacturing
Jeweler, COS 7thstn w.opposltoU. 8. Patent
Oflirc; lino clock and wutch repairing a
QQAA TO S500 WANTED FROMfl TO 12
wuUU months; satisfactory reference
given that tho loanor will rccolvo doublo tho
Ritpi ipaiiea. Aaaress 11. n., tms omco.
WANTED TO BUY FOR CASn, LARGE
or small lots of high vnluo Kowspapor,
Department or other raro Stamps; also col
lections of Fostago Stamps. Call or addross
BURGER & CO.,69.Nnssaust,NowYotk.
JfOJl It M NT ROOMS.
Adiertlsentmts under this head, four lines ot
Isss, 25 cents for one insertion: 60 cents for three.
suite orslnglo, at tlii Buckingham, 0-J0
15th st n w. overlooking Md'horson Square.
T?OR RENT TWO FURNISHED
X sultablo for gentlemen
OAO ARTHUR PLACE. NW, FIRST nOUSH
CUv from B st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen; rent low to Iresponslblo parties who
will bo permanent; convenient to tho Capitol.
IOR SALE-SOUTH BROOKLAND.
With Cltv Streots. Avenuos nnd Circles.
FOR SALE Wo havo about 100 Lots. 50x150
feet each, loft In that beautiful subdivision
known as South Brookland, which Is In con
formity with tho plan of the city, having
streets 00 feet and avenues 130 feot wldo.
This subdivision Is south of and adjoining
Brookland. convenient to tho Metropolitan
Branch Railroad and Electrlo cars, near tho
University and Soldiers' Home. Tho lots
now loft will bo sold at the low price of
from 4 to 10 conts per foot on easy terms.
For plats and furthor Information apply to
WM.O.DENISON. 023 F st u w.ortoRlSD
FORD W. WALKER, 1007 F st n W.
IiOR SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS
! on Teunallytown Road and Woodloy
Lane, opposite Oak Viow. Electrlo railway
trucks now laid to thoso lots, which havo
sidewalks in front and gas mains. Prlcos
lower than asked for other lots In Immediate
vicinity. Small ensh paymonts. Monthly or
yearly tlmo given at 5 por cent. Interest.
BEALL. BROWN & CO.. 1321 F st.
ITIOR ONE WEEK.
FOR ONE WEEK,
FOR ONE WEEK.
13TII AND FSTS.,
Will Offer tho Following
25 pair Swiss Curtains, Si yds. long, S3 psr
60 pair Frillcd-cdgo Chamber Curtains, ro
duccd from S5.50 to 82.05 por pair.
45 pair rrlllcd-cdgo Chamber Curtains, ox
tra fino quality, reduced fiom 87.50 to 83.00
LATEST SHADES. NEW EFFECTS.
100 pair Vienna Chenlllo Portieres, 3 shados,
leduccd fiom 80.60 to 80.75 por pair.
They aro of extra lengtu aud width and
PRICE AND QUALITY
uannot no jsxeouou.
ENTIRE STOCK OF TAPESTRIES RE
DUCED. From 25 to 60 Per Cent, below Former
French Strlpo Tapostrlos from "Co. to SI por
Silk Strlpo Tapestries, In all now shados,
from 81 to 815 per yaid,
M0 Smyrna Hugs, 2 ft, tlln, by 5 ft., 0 pat
terns, leducod loSMOcach.
3(0 Sroyina Rugs, 3x0 ft , U patterns, re
duced to 4,10 each.
tCOBmirnaltugs, 4x7 ft., 8 pattorns, re
duced to $0.90 each.
Iheso Hues aro of FINE QUALITY, NEW
PATTERNS and COLORINGS, nnd are with
out doubt v. ortb doublo the prloo.
ALL-WOOL INGRAIN ART SQUARES.
2)x3 yds. Roduced from 87.50 to $5.
3x3 yds. Reduced from $9 to $5.75
3x31 yds. Reduced from 810 50 to 80.50.
lu CARPETb of all grades.
SCO Solid Oak Chairs, $1 naoh.
200 Cherry, Oak aud 1m. Man. Tables, $1.53
600 Rockers, nil stylos and llclshos, from Si
100 3-no. Solid Oak Chamber Suits, hoveled
phi to glass, S24.
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN SIDEBOARDS.
5 different btylos, from 810 up.
Mahogany, Oak and Antique Oak, hand
somoly coned and with boroled Plato glass.
MISCELLANEOUS FUKNITUIU OF EVERY
WALL PAPERS AND
13TH AND F STS.
The Death Kecotd atthe Health Office
Tho record of tho Health Ofllco for January
21 shows 01 deaths rcportod. Of tho30 17
wcro from PNEUMONIA, 8 from BRON
CHITIS, 4 from CONGESTION of tho LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two easos tho
GRIP was given as tho causo of death and
In ono "LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA" was re
corded. Tho flguros of thoday boforoshowod
that over 60 percent, of tho donths wcro
caused by lung diseases.
This Isnverylnrgo showing of mortality
from lung diseases, especially Irom tho
lor tho provontlon of lung troubles of all
kinds DOUGLASS' EMULSION Is rocom
mended, tho ttmoly uso of which may avert
n ei rlous Illness, I nothing worso. Douglass'
Emulsion Is mado from Puro Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, combined with tho Hypo
phosphites of Llmo and Soda, It Is very pal
atnblo and easily dlgostcd,
Is a spcclflo for Weak Lungs, Bronohlal
Troubles and Goncral Debility. Sufforers
from "La Grlnpo" will find It will strongthon
tho Lungs, roliovo tho Sorenoss of tho Choit
nnd quickly euro tho Cough resulting from
TRICE PER BOTTLE, 75e.
:ed:d"W". 3?. hveeurtz,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
1014 1' STltEKT XOHTIIWRST.
roit RENT .IIP USES.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 60 cents for three.
Will bo for rent. March 1. houso No. 1901 I
st n w, 12 rooms and collar.
'A. A. WILSON,
Real Estate Broker,
fcl3-2w ' Firemen's Ins. Co.
No. 1749 F st n w, 10 rooms, all m. 1.;
In excollent order 850 00
No. 1410 Cf rcoran st, 10 rooms, with 2-
story brick stablo 40 00
St 1417 F st.
1701 R I avo n w. 17 rs $200 00
1011 Conn ave, 10 rs 200 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stablo 200 00
MllKstnw. 13 rs 200 00
lC22Vtavon w, lOrs 200 00
Mass avo, nr 13th. 17 rs 175 00
IW01CthBtnw.ll rs 125 00
l22SMstnw.l5rs.... 125 00
WO Mass avc, 15 rs 125 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
14C0 Cliapln st n w, 13 rs 100 00
174-! 1'stn w,12 rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln st n w, 12 rs 75 00
1042 21atstnw, 10 rs ."... 70 00
C07 M Bt n w, 10 rs 0000
txto et, nw, lot? go oo
OMIithRt n w. 10 rs 00 00
KM S st n W. 8 rs 50 00
tCOlSUtbtnw.Brs BO 00
121811th staw. lOrs 60 to
rst, near21st,7rs 60 00
1C10 Corcoran st n w, 0 rs 43 60
JUUG btn w, lu rs 40 00
tfMMstn w, andstoro, Ors 40 00
IS IN Jnvos e, 10 rs..... 40 00
M3'J stougbton st, 8 rs ?A 00
cr, Qstnw.srs ft 3.1
HCii S ft u w, 0 rs .10 00
Tho abovo houses can bo examined by por
mit from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISnER & CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
li'JT 15th st n w. 12 rs, fur $150 00
120-J N st n w, Vt rs, fur 150 00
hui ii sin w, jits, iur iuv uu
1.127 N st n w, 13 rs MOO
73.21st ot n w, 14 rs 45 00
P14 lststn w, lOts , 40 00
Ml Spruco st i 40 00
1304Tstn W.8 rs 40 00
1011 T stn w.Ors 30 60
710 9th etno.Grs 2" 00
16196thstn w, 5rsandstablo 18 50
:nAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. Uth and O sts. n. w.
I70R RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIS
1 room fiamo houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churohe3 and ptibllo coliool In
Unloutown. Inquire of A.BEHREND.438H
mHE FINE 6TCTEnLOOPANDYMmr
JL Ella Treadwcll, for rent, for sale or ox
chango for other property at Benuott's shlp
yavd. foot of llth st s w.
FOR RENT VERY DESIRABLE OFFIOB
rooms, with steam heat, for ront In the
Builders' Exchnngo building, 1421 G stn w.
Apply on tho premises to tho SUPERIN
TENDENT. FOR SAZEjITISC ELZANEO US.
Adiet tlsctnents under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 60 cents for thiee.
JL old brass candlesticks and old furnlturo
two grandfather docks and a lot ot wall
paper; cau bo sold In lots to suit tho pooplo,
at nny price. Inquire at 1723 Pa avo n w.
FOR SALE-ICE CREAM, CONFECTION
cry and oyster saloon, cheap, 3d st and
NYavonw; olootrio cars pass door; cheap
rent; cigars and V bacco license. Call at
nn co and get a bargain. fo!2.3t
FINE COUNTER and
1 shelving, now In No. 712 7th st n w; must
bo sold at onco.
Apply tail stn w.
FOR 8ALE-S75-8PECIAL STAR, 5MNCn,
silent rachet, I nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st a e.
I70R SALE-75 SHARES OF TnE "JUD
L son Pneumatic Railway Stook." Pleasp
address A, at this ofllco, and make a cash
FOR SALE AND RENT.
I")EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
2 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
2210 to 2231 Boundary st n w, b h, 4 rs . , 810,900
2021 to 20-12 Boundaiy stn w, bh,4rs.. 15,700
2211 to 2229 10th Btnw, hh.Srs 13,000
1321 to 13V9 C'st 8 o and 1314 to 1322 Har
rison avo so, b b,4 and 5 rs 12,000
1733 to 1743 E st n w.Ors 9,000
701 to 709 Fnrragut st n w, h h, 5 rs 9,003
1015 E Cap stse, bh, Ors 8.000
12321 stn w. f h.Sis 8,000
1 to 0 alley bet 12th and 13th, M and N
stsn w 0,000
1139 to 11511 23d st n w, f h. 4 rs 0.000
1123 20th st nw. f b, 0 rs, und 2 bouses
i i ear, 4 rs each 6,000
1311 D st n w, f h, Ors 6,000
S828toS334F8tnw, f h, 5 rs 6,000
14128lhstn w, b h, ml, Ors 6,000
1217 and 1219 Madison st n w, f h, 4 rs,
und2bh rear 4,800
631 to635 22d stnw, bb.Ors 4.50.)
405 to411Baar's alloy n w,bh, 4 rs 4,ooo
423 N Bt u w, f h, 6 rs, and 2 houses rear 4,000
1328 VstnW.bb.Ors 3,800
1013 12th st n w, f h, 7 rs 3,775
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains. . ,,$ 1.000
Cor Va avo nnd 24th st n w 2,700
18th st, bot B and C'Btsso 1.800
A st, bet 14th nnd 15th sts so 1,330
19th st, bot E Capitol and A sts so 1,003
K st, bet 16th and 17thstsnw St 60
18th Bt, bet R and S sts n w 2 00
10th Bt, bet M and Nstsu W 1 75
list, bet 3d and 4th sts s o 1 23
131 st, bet Canal and O sts n w 1 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
"Tho Maltby," N J avo and B st n w.
1120 131b st U w, fur, 10 rs $350 00
027Ibtn w,22 rs 100 oo
7iscthktnw, U rs 100 oo
S052 P st n w, 13 rs, fur 60 00
28201'Btn w, 10 rs 60 00
Upper part 1110 Fstn w,4rs 60 00
Upper part 1114 FBtn W.4rs 50 03
90l2iststnw, 12 ra 4000
1162 22dstn W.Ors 35 60
707 E Cap Bt, 9 rs, poss, March 17 33 50
B01 II Bt n 0,1118 an i u
1207 6th stn w, 7rs 35 00
025 U Bt II W, 7 rs 20 69
OHKfltne.Ors 20 00
1211 D st s w, 7 rs 18 00
400 llth st s W.Brs.,, , 18 00
1737 Johnson avenue u w, 5 rs 18 00
88 Defrcos st n w,7rs 13 39
030 F sts w,4rs l;l W
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sate as U, H. bonds: 6 per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums Sl.ooo.
In sums to suit at 6 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call at office for
bulletin, Issued on tbo 1st and 15th.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gas Doners at 81.15 and 11.60 for Instantly rasilng Tea or OoSofl.
For largo aad email famlltos. Just tho store for summer uso, as yon extinguish a
tho instant tbo cooking Is dono. For sale by tho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Tenx-tola. S-bx-eeiJ 3ST- "W
AdvertUemtnts under this head, four line or
less, Vicente for one Insertions; 50 cents for three.
standing and fair nppoaranoo, about
28 years old, to mako tho acquaintance of a
good-looking, medium-sized lady of good
standing and accomplishments, botwocn 18
nnd 22 years, for a confidential friend nnd
futuro companion If acquaintance provoi
mutually satisfactory. Address R. J. 1) this
A GENTLEMAN WISHES THE Ac
quaintance of a confiding lady friend
for light clerical work and amusomont . Ad
dress 11. WARE, enru of 821 14th st n w.
BANJO THOROUGHLY TATJGHT-12 COM
plcte tunes and accompaniments In ono
quartor. 80. McOaTJLEY & MOORE, 1715 F
st, 717 21t st,
NOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"blir monov" for conts' first-class soo-
ond-liand clothing. Addross or call
JUSTU'S OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. W.
FOR SA1.E UOUBES.
Ad i ertlsements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
FOR SALE-A Fl'NE ReIsIDENCE,
A largo doublo brick mansion, 3 storlo;,
attlo and basement, contnlnlngovor20 rooms,
not Including 4 bath rooms, numorous largo
olObOts, storago rooms and consorvntory.
Lot 50x185 to a wldo. well-paved ulloy.
Largo stable and carrlago hoaso.
1'rko 845.000. Terms reasonable
For permit to Inspect tho promises apply to
J. V. N. nUYCK,
folO.d&B.lw 1505 Ta nvo.
FOR SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. (1ROOM
framo houso, Just finishing; hydrant In
yard; lot 10x116; snag homo; price, $SO0. Ap
ply to ROBERT 71. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
I7IOR BALE FRAME nOUSE 900 IN 25
? foot alloy, bet 9th and 10th and G and H
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall ou both floors; olosets
fronting tho Potomac; 15 por cont lnvost
ment; lot 34 1 feet front by 621 doop, 49 foot
from Oth st. Apply within.
I7IOR SALE-TnREE OF THE CHEAPEST
: houses In Washington, 100,103 and 110
llth st n o; two-story and basemont, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; electrlo
bolls and gas: prlco, $3,600 each, $500 cash
balaneo to Bult or trado for good lots,
ITIOR SALE OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR-
ner houso; 7 rooms; handsomoly pa
pored; 1000 North Carolina nvo. Worth 85,
too. Will soil at a saerlflco or ront low.
OWNER. Room 20. 810 F st n w.
MONET TO EOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN FOR BUILDING PUR
poses. No delay when security Is ao
ccrtnblo. EMMONS & BROWN, 030 F st n W.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
fiist-classsoourltlos at lowost rates of
Interest. No delay whero socurlty Is good,
O. C. GREEN,
303 7th st. n. w.
ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO.. 470 La avo.
1V1 IN ALLIUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
M. M. PAHKER,
1418 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au
thorized by tho United Socurlty Llfo In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on Improved property in
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket aluo, with or without llfo Insurance.
Loens payablo in monthly or quarterly In
Btallments, running 6, 10, 15 or 20 years. In
manv Instances tho payments aro loss than
the rental of a house. Y. H. SMITH & SON,
1222 F st n w.
RTONEY TO LOAN
lyjL In sums to snlt
On Approved Real Estate Seonrlty.
B. a. WARNER & CO.,
Q.IB V ur. n. w.
SPRING LEAF TEA
AT 60 CENTS A POUND,
And Every Othor Variety of
At Extremely Low rricos.
I, I BURCHELL
1323 r STREET.
Orand) Upright and Squara
Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to
NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prloes.
Wm. Knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrfOOP
gas Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stook of
CHASE, GABLER, WIIEELOCK, BRiaaS,
BEHN1NG and othor Pianos.
The Wonderful Solf-Playlng .diollan Organ.
STORY & CLARK, CLOUaH & WARREN
Bold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spo
olalty. Shoot mnslo and musloal merchandise at
the old stand, 923 Pa. ave.
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally concoded by ovon tho
most fanatical tcototalors that a glass of
thoroughly matured and puro wino Is tho
most wholesome health and strongth-glvlng
bovcrago for mankind. Almost ovory Btato
no matter how cold Its ollmato producos
grapes from which wino Is proved, but THE
PASADENA WINES aro made from thoso
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Rrapos
which attain tho hlghoit grado of maturity
nnd rlpcnoss and aro thoroforotho bost wines
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 and 1202 Penna. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am the sole agent for tho Pasadena Wlnos
and Brandies and soil at marvcloasly low
prices. I havo rocclvcd orders from rich and
poor nllko and all cheerfully aoknowledgo
that tho Pasadena Wlnos nnd Brandies aro
by far tho best nnd purest In tho District,
notwithstanding the faot that my prlcos aro
tho very lowest. . ,. ,
My 20 per cont. removal discount wilt bo
Please compare my prices with those
, 1 50
, 1 60
Claret, extra quality
Mierty (Goldeu o-Pale)....
Sherry " " ox-
traold 2 00
Port 1 60
Port, extra old 2 00
Riesling 1 00
Brandy 4 00
Brandy, very old 5 00
Brandy, very, very old,.,, 10 00
Malaga 1 to
Champaguo, quarts, doz... 12 00
Champagno, pints, 2doz... 13 00
V1RGINIAAND HOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Clarot 81 00 SO 80
per dozen 4 00 3 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) 00 80
I carry me largesmtoofcorimportcd Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St, Croix Hums
and all tho French Cordials, Including tho
celebrated after-dinner cordial, OREME DE
MENTUE (Cream of Mint), green or orango.
Tho oldest Rye. Bourbon and Importod
Whiskies can always bo found at my stoio.
I enumerate a few:
Ti Imblo Pnro Rvo 1
Montlcello Puro Ryo
Perfection Puro Ryo
nnnnlsvllto Puro Rye
Old Kpntuckv Sour Mnsh.
In Domllohns or
Scotch Whisky, old GOO
fccotch Whisky, very old.... 7 50
fccotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00
Irish Whisky, old 0 00
Iilsh Whisky, very old 7 50
Iiish Whisky, very, very old. 10 00
German Itoggen Brantweln. 6 00
I mako a specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing and Jolly Wluos and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
TELEPHONE CALL 112-3.
1410 F street. Member or WnsIiIuRton
NtocK Excbuugo. All local stocks
nud securities bought nud sold.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
1105 H STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Permanent and transient guests. fol,d,tf
VY WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. CI. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. House,
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarter.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS 13.00 and 84.00 Per Day.
QT. JAMES nOTEfc,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVBM
L. WOODBURY. Propriator.
Comer 15th and I streets northwost,
Opposite McPnerson Square.
U. M. CAKE.
aixT kuob or
OOI.U1SN III LI,
And you will always have beautiful Bread.
Rolls and Dlsoults. Wholesale Dopot, oor
per First Btreet and Indiana avonuo.
WM. 14. OAI.T ft OO.
' 'x' ' '.V-Vv'
J CERES Wf
It, 1 ll.it v Ana.
Tlio Great I'cnnsYlvnnin Itouto
To the North, Went, nnd Southwest,
Doublo Track. BplondldSeenory.
Stool Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
Ik ErrroT JANUAnr 1st, 1890.
Trains leavo Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth nnd B strocts, as follows:
Fon PiTTsncuo and tho Wost, Chicago
Limited Express of Pullinnn Vostlbulcd Cars
ntio.to a mdally; Fast Lino, 10.60 am dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Slcoplng cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati, and Sleeping
Cars Hnrrlsburg to Indianapolis: dally, ox
copt Saturday, to Chicago, with Stooping Car
Altoonn to Chicago, St. Louis, Chicago and
Clnclnnntl Express, 3.30 p m dally. .Parlor
Car Washington to llarrlsburg, and Sleeping
Cars Hnrrlsburgto St. Louis. Chicago and
Clnclnnntl, nnd Dining Car Harrliburg to St.
Louis. Western Express, at 7.40 p m dally,
with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
nnd St. Louis, connecting dally at Harris
burg with tluough Sleepers for Loulsrlllo
nnd Memphis. Fao'do Express, 10.00 p m
dnlly, for Pittsburg nnd tho Wost, with
through Sleeper to Pittsburg, nnd Pittsburg
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kane. Canandatgua, Rochester nnd
Niagara Falls dally, oxcept Sunday. 8.10 a m.
Ton EniE, Caunndnlgua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcopt
taturdoy. 10.00 pm with Bleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiLi.unsronT, Lock naven and EI
mlro, at 10.60 a m dally, oxcept Sunday.
Fon Wiu.tAMM-onT dally, 3.S0 p m.
Fon PiiitADCM-iiiA, Now York and tho East,
7.20, 9.C0, 11.00 nud 11.40 nm. 126.96.36.199, 4.10,
10.C0 nnd 11.20 n m. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a
m, 2.10, 3.20. 4 10. 10 00 nnd 11.20 p m. Limited
Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0 40 a m
daily, except Sunday, and 4 p m dally, with
Fart ExrnKsn, 8 10 a m week days, and 8.10
pm dnlly. Accom., 0.00 p m dally.
Fon Boston, without change, 3.20 p m every
Fon BnooatTN. N. Y.. nil through trains
connect nt Jersey City with boats of Brook
lyn Annex, afTotdlngdlrccttrunsforto Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferriage across Now
Fon Ati-antio Citt, 11.40 a m wcok days,
11.20 pm dnlly.
Fon BAl.TiMonE, 0.35, 7.20, 8.10. 0.00, n 40,
10.60, 11. CO and 11,40 a m, 12.06, 2.10, 3 20, 3.30,
4 CO. 4.10, 4.C0, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and
11.20 p.m. On Sunday, 0.00, 9 03.10.50,11.40
am. 2 10, 3.20, 3.30, 4.00, 4,10, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10
10.00 nnd 11.20 p. m.
Fon Poi-E's CnEiK Lino. 7.20 a m and 4.40 p.
m dally, oxcopt Sunday.
Fon AXNAroLis, 7.20, 0, a m, 12 03 nnd 4.20
p m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 9.05 a m,
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 18, 1889.
Foil ALEXANDRIA, 4,30, 8.35, 7.45, 8.40, SM5,
10.67 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 03, 4.15, 4,25, 4.63, 6.01.
R 09. 10 O nnil 11 VT n m. n f3,m1n,. n A on
7.45. 943, 10 67 a m, 2.30, 4.13, 0.01, 8.02 and
10.C5 p la.
Accommodation ron Quantico, 7.43 a m and
4.65 p in week days. 7.45 a m Sundays.
Fon IllcnMONDand tho South, 4. SO, 10.57 a
m dally, and 4.15 p m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.65 p m week days.
Tiiianb leave Alexandria for Washington,
G.C5, 7 05, 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m; 1.20, 3.00,
5.10, 0.10, 7.05, 0 20, 10.32, 10.42 nnd 11.05 p
m. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5,10,
0 10. 7.05, 9.20, 10 32 nnd 10 42 p m.
Tickets and Information at tho offlco, north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenuo. nnd at tho station, whero orders can
be left for the checking of baggage to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Italtimorc & Ohio Railroad.
Sehcdulo In cITcot Doo. 29, 18S9.
Leavo Washington from Station cornor of
Now Jersey avenuo nnd C stroot.
Fon Cmc.:u nnd Northwest, Vostlbulod
Limited cxpross daily 11 0 a m, oxpross 9.30
For. Cincinnati. St. Lonii nnd Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and U:'M p m.
Fon PiTwnur.o and Cleveland, Vo3tIbulod
Limited express dally 11:J0 a m and express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tl0.30
Ton Wikciiester and Way Stations, t5.30
Fon Lurat, 8:40 p m.
Fon Baltimore, week davs, 4.00, 5 00, 6.40,
7.20, 8.30,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12.00, 45 minutes),
a m, 12.10, 2 CO, 2 SO (15 minutos), 3.15(45-mln-Utes).
3 25, 4.25,4 30,4.55, 5 30,6 20,7.10,7.45,
9.00, 1O.S0 nnd 11. SO p m. (Mindays, 4 00, 7.20,
8.80, 0 20, B.45 a in, 12.00 (O minutos), 1.15,
2.00, 2 30 (iS-mlnutes), 3.23. 4.25,4.35, 0.20,7.10.
7.45, 9 CO. 10.30 and 11.80 p m.
For Wat Stations botwoen Washington
nnd Baltimore, 6 CO, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.35, 0 20, 11.10 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 25, 4 S5, 6.20, 11 30 pm.
Trains leavo lultlmoro for Washington,
week dnys, 6.10, G 20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8 00, 8,30,
O.lSond I0.i5nm: 12.(0, 12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00,
4,10,4.15. 5,00. 6.00, 0.20. 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.33,
10.20, 10.25 nnd 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.30,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00, 12 50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15.
5.00,0 20.7,10, 7.S0. 8.30. 8.33,10.20, 10.23 and
Fon ANitAroLis, G.40 a m, 12.10. 4.25 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Loavo An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.03, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
8.87 am, 4,00pm.
Fon Stations on tho ?Jotropolltan Branoh,
0.45, 110.30 a m,S1.l0pm for principal sta
tions only; tlO.SO a m, t4.30 and T5.30 p m.
For Rockville nnd way stations. tt.SS p m.
Ton GAiTHERsnnno nnd Intermediate points,
, 9 CO a m. tl CO, 5.35, tll.35 p m.
Ton Botd's und intermediate stations. tT.OO
Cnur.cn train leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p in, stopping at all stations oa
For Frederick. 10.45. 11.20 a m, T3.10, T4.30
p in. Sundays, 1.10 p m.
Fon Uaoerstown, til. 20 a. m. and tS.SO
Trains arrlvo from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4,05 pm; fiom Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 n in anu 1 .60 pm; from Pittsburg
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Ton New York. Trenton, Nowark and
Elizabeth. N. J., .OO, T8.00, 9.20, 12 00 a m,
2.30, 4.20 nnd 10.30 p m. Buffet Tarlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on the
10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
For PiiiLADELriiiA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.C0, 8.C0, 9 20, 12.00 a m,
2.80, 4.20, 7.10 and 10 80 pm.
Fon intermediate rpti,Ts botwepn Balti
more nnd Philadelphia, tS.OO and S7.20 a m,
12 00, 13.15 pm.
Trains leave New York for Washington,
8.S0,tll.00a m, 2.00, 3 20, 5.00 p m and
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10nm,tl,35, '1.10, 0.05. 7.40
Fon Atlantic Citt, '4 09 am and 12.00m.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12.00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. 'Daily. SSandayonly.
Bnggago called for and cheoked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Co. on
orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1331 Pa.
avo. nnd at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ae't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedulo in effect January 20, 1890.
Trains leavo Union Depot, SIxtb and B
streets. 10.57 n in for Newport News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Pullman
Buffet Porlor Cars to Old Point dally oxcept
Sunday. ArrrUe In Old Point at 6:10 p m, and
Norfolk at 0:40 nm.
11:24 a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Koafuoky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through
v, lthout chango to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:33
9:40 p m V. F. V. Vestibule Special, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run tlirouxU
without chango to Cincinnati. Voitlbulo
Sleeper for Lexington and Loulsvlllo.
Otnco, 513 Pennsylvania avontio,
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