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THE WASHINGTON CT.ITTC MONDAY TCVEXTNG, FEBTWATvY 17, 1890.
OLD FOGY SENATORS.
SOUTH CAROLINA THINKS HAMP
TON SHOULD RETIRE.
tl riming l'ower or tlio I'lirtuerO A I IN
mic o llovcrnor Kltlinrilmiii n I'n
iiirlto benator lltttlcr- I'mlgru
tlon 11111 Inpoptilnr,
Hl ml Correspondence of Tub Cmp
(hvullston, S. C, Feb. 1") -ben
lr r Yv'ndc Hampton Is likely to lmvu
trouble In retaining lits sc.it In tlio
Smato at the expiration of his picsont
term, vvhleh Is toon to expire As ono
solid old Charleston man evpii'ised It,
when talking: to mc on the subject
to doj "The people ot Ibis Statu
avouUI not llko to l.iek Scnntoi Ilamp
ton out, for they are too grateful a
pcoplo to forget his ureal tervices to
tlic Sato during the reconslt notion
times However, thev would bo vciy
thankful to him if he 'would leave the
Sennit' eomc home aud not ask to bo
sent back when ills term expires next
1 find the people who are roiitiollliig
the iitT.ilrsof this State, 01 i.tlliet thoso
vv hi) w ill control them in the ititurc.want
axigorous and aggressive man to rep
resent them in tho Senate Ono who
h thoroughly imbued willi tho spirit of
the Now South, faenator Hampton,
llicv think, is not only conservative,
but too old fogjisli, unci that his days
of usefulness in the Senate are past. As
a man, tueylovo and lespect him as
much as ovet but they cannot
sec how ho tan achieve addi
tional honors by remaining hi Wush
liifjton, and as he cannot attract tho at
tention to their Stato that these pioud
people would like, they cannot seo why
he should wish to be continued in tho
South Carolina is one of the last
States in this section to become thor
oughly aroused to entering actively
into tho progress that is now being dis
plajcd all over tho South Sho is uow
not only awakened regarding commer
cial and industrial affairs, but also in
hei politics. Tho pcoplo who aio doing
the most in pushing the State forward
now believe that they should be rxpic
sintcd in Congress by men of modern
ideas and of push and energy. Hence
they arc tired of keeping men in ollico
iu ujhuu i
i..,. .. .1...... r ,,,.f.. 1. ,,.., .,., ...,,i i
n hose ideas arc a nuarter of a ccnturv
m 4 . . ' -alvll1l
Helium tuo times, x or many j cais tlio
Slate has been controlled by half a
doen men. Thla condition of athiirs
xv ill not continue much longer, for thce
men must now step aside and let
younger men fill their places.
The Farmers' Alliance has become
xciy powerful during the list few
mouths. In cxorypait of the Stale
xvliith Ihavcxlsftcd it is jroncially
conceded among all classes ot people
that the farmers will control the next
election here. However, they do not
expect that the control will be a pcrini
ncnl one. They think that it will be
like tho Grange cra?o that sprung up a
Xevvxcarsago among tho tillers of the
soil, which was followed by a Gitcn
back crao. Anyway.it would not in
jme tho Democratic party, because the
nunibois of the Alliance arc all Demo
ciatn Benjamin 1. Tillman was one
of tho leading spirits iu the Alliance,
but they tay ho has injured himself,
and now Colonel Stockhouse is the
roan who will bo most highly lionoied
by the farmers. Should tho farmer-.
set rontrol of the Legislature, he would
lie the most likely man, I am told, to
succeed Senator Hampton.
he progressive elements of the De
mocracy are Eccrctly enjoying the
sticugth that tho Alliance is developing.
Tlicy seem to see in it an opportunity
to throw out the present roglnio of Dem
ocrats, and as tho Alliance will not con
tinue to bo a political power nioic linn a
j car or so, tho younger Democrats can
then step in and lako the places at piescnt
occupied by tho old fellows without
having been charged with thiovving
nsielp tho men whose services wcic of
gteat value to theli party iu ycais gone
bhould the successor to Senatoi
Hampton bo selected by the Demo
crats, Governor Richardson xvould
likely bo tho man. He is, by all odds,
the suiovrdcst political managci in tho
Mate, and although 00 odd years of
age, ho is still a very vigorous and
aggrcssivo person. He is known as
the fcilver-toncucd oratorof South Caro
Una, and his admirers think that he
xvould bo ablo to distinguish himself in
the Scunte, and reflect gieat credit
upon too State. 1 hoy say that ho
xv ould be bettor ablo to answer Repub
lican Senators llko Ingnlls and Chan
dler than any Democrat now tn tho
benste, xvith tho possible exception of
Senators Vest and Blackburn.
benator Butlci has considerable tlmo
yet to serve, so that there is not much
talk yet as to his succcssot. He, too, is
considered a little too old fogyish to
(ult tho Clement of tho Democracy hero
that Is slowly but surely pushing itself
to tho front. I hao been in rainy
parts, of tho State, and have conversed
xvith all classes of people, in the hotels,
at their homes and on the railroad
trains, and, xvith x cry few exceptions,
thev do not bcliovo in Scmtor Butler's
in w inmous bill, xvliich proposes to ap
propriate money to aid the negroes in
emigration. In tho northein part of
ihc btato particularly, which is rapidly
I ting dox-clopcd, both in railioad facili
ties and its mining resources, aud vvhero
ti xv ns are springing up and largo facto
ries being established, the hostility to
the bill is particularly great. Kvery.
body agrees that the negro is by far the
bcil laborer, and that they need him iu
the South. I haxe a friend vvno is op
erating a largo mine and employing
several hundred men. He is an old
1'orty nincr.. and ho tells mo that tho
m grocs make splendid tnincis, nnd tltat
he xv ould nqt give one of them for thieo i
Southern whlto men for tho use to
which ho puts them. Besides, tlwy aro
far more reliable, and can be depended i
upon to work al. days out of the week.
'I he poor whito man down hero only
works when tho whim or need takes
him, and ho is very hard to discipline.
There i3 quite a reeling of levulsion (
nibplnycd among tho pcoplo of Charles .
tin The stately old city is a quarter
of a ccnluiy behind tho times, and tho
xemuger clement do not hesitate to tell
the stranger so. I happened to meet j
nveral country merchants from tho in- I
tctior of the State at tho hotel nt which
J am btoppintr, and thoy handled the
merchants of this city without gloves.
They said that a majority of them em- i
ployed business methods that were iu ,
vogue fifty years ago. Thoy xvcio im
bued with tho Idea tuat a certain -cc
tlon had to trado at Charleston, and for
tills icasou saw no necessity for tho tils
ploy of cnterprlso They prefer making
slow nnd few sales with a latgo proilt
to ijuick and many sales with a small
1 had n personal experience, which I
tijlt-k is a good illustiation of this fact.
I anted to engago a stenographer, but
n 1 od could tell mo whcio I could
iicil ouc. Everybody I met said they
thi uht thero was ono in town, cm
i i v ed by some legal linn, but I was
i Mo lo find that firm. Naturally I
prumed that some of tho largo whole
xa'i boiibcs had ono, aud that I might
I I (.ago ono utter business bouts, so I
ii nit a lour of all the business houses,
liit without success. I either was I
al e to discover a typo writing machine.
1 ho houses seemed to prefer to employ
Dtp or bIx corresponding clerks, which
nusl cot tbera fflOQ a week
when a good stenog
I..MA Wfllflh ,. (..lit lin)i '
.1 Jl'v twuvi iiuiuu linn; i
to do the work for S'.'O a !
Vliat Horace (Jre'eley once said of
St. Louis Is certainly true of Cliaileston
What it xv ants is a number of ilrst class
funeral" The wealth hore Is owned
by a comparatively few men,' who pic
fer to let it lie Idle in the banks to In
vesting It In enlei prises Hint would
build up their city and double their foi
tunes. Thtie has been a Might lin
pioumcut In this condition of nlluirs
dining tho last j ear, 1 am told. A uum
ler of the joungei element of the busi
ness community me working llko
beuurs lo infuse new life into the staid
old city, and nobodv who knows Charles
ton can help but hope that they will
suecccd, foi in inntij respects It Is a de
'I lie lending men among this cnlei
piMng element, among whom Is ox
Mnvor Gordon, have formed a stock
rriiipnny, and tailed a erv xlgorous
ilaih ucvvspiipei called the IVoild. The
p.iH i dots not luMtate lo polut out tho
Miiiilctiiiiiiias of the business people of
the dlv and wain litem of theli dangci
A eintlemnn, who Is a member of this
coleiioof eitlcns, said that even yet
Clitiikston had hei future in her own
hands. He said thcio weio $7,000,000
or $8,000,000 Iv lug idle in tho banks,
that some ol the savings banks were so
full that they had to tease opening no
counts with new denosltors. If this
iiioncj should be Invested in lnilro.uls
the city would romo out all tight.
It is conceded that tlieie must bo u
laigc city somewhere ncai'lierc, on the
coast, and there is gienl dangci now
that 1'oit Itoval will be that one. It is
about si.xly miles south of Chaileston
and has a magnificent hatbor. The
largest ship afloat could come up there
at high tide, and there is a belief that
somo of the ti link lines that nre now
building in this diiettion hnxe their eye
on that point as n terminus. Should
they clcciilo to make it such it would bo
a ecv ere blow to Charleston, ai.d even
Savannah might suffer some.
The Chicago, Cincinnati and Charles
ton road, which is owned, principally,
by New Ihigland capital, may go theie
if she docs not get a proper inducement
fiom Chaileston. The Kansas City,
Spiiugtltld and Memphis llallroail,
w litem intends to terminate on the At
, .: " " ' r-" - " --- "-
mule Const. nil III nlsn lin Ikn v- tn in
there. In that case othci trunk lines
would teiminatu there. Theio is a be
lief hcie that the Plant syttcm, through
somo Pennsylvania panics, have put
chased a lot of land at 1'ort iloynl, and
the Indications arc now fnxoiablefor
another Chicago or Knnsas City to
fpiing up at that point.
IHituv Wxi ki a.
I'l.Tl.i: JACKSON AltKIX r.v
I'lirixm I):ilo DlictisscB Ills I'roteco
unit Pugilistic M attorn,
l'elci .Jatkon, the colored pugilist,
who is to light John L. Sullivan, pro
vidtd the California Athletic Club and
Sullivan agree upon the amoutit of the
pui si , Ins ai l iv ed In the city. lie attract
ed little attention, save from the people
nLout the depot, xvlio eyed the stilvvait,
well dieted roloied man with consul
liable cuiloity. Jackson is in the
hands of l'nrton Davies.
"Jackson," s lid the Parson, "is will
lug to light Sullivan or nnvonc else,
but he is not issuing any challenges.
Jackson is undci contiact xvith tho
California Athletic Club to meet any
one they match him against, and if the
club makes a match foi him with Sul
lhan, or am one else, lie will fulfill
his contract He is not at liberty, liovv
ex ei, as long as ho lcinalns xvltli the
club, to make any matches on his own
account, and for this renson ho has
Utile to sny regauling alight with Sul
livan oi anyone elc.
"I do not pioposc, ' continued Mr.
Davies, "lo make any comparison of
the two men. I do not ventmc an opin
ion concerning the outcome of a light
between them. But I will say that
Jackson is a x civ good mau. I saw his
light with Smith in Lnglaud, and from
the stmt Jackson showed himself to bo
the bcttci man. Smith is big
enough and sliong enough to make
a good tighter, but he xvas hardly in
the fight xvith Jackson. Jnckson was
clcverci and could hit harder and had
little trouble in defentluH him. Jack
son is not nfiaid of bulllvan, but he is
not looKing tot n light, still, It
fieht. still, if the
California Athletic Club meets Sulli-
I Vln.'s ",e fcgaiding a puisc, xvhy
'acicson win uc on nana to meet mm.
il- l ill: JIIUIICT lilllUUS UV lICSUlll UIU
club has agteed to give a purso of
.15,000 and Sullivan has avowed his
intention of accepting tho conditions
, rnlr Trlnl
Is nil that Is asked for I)r. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discover) In all blood taints, oi
tkiu dlceacs, eruptions, blotches, pimples
nnd Ecrotulous sores nnd swellings. . it
doii'l run, you pet your money back.
I oolccil 1,1 1 li Clilmne.v -Sweep.
Abraham Johnson was charged in the
Police Court this motning with being a
xagrant, and he looked like it. lie has
been sleeping nrutind hallways aud
freight ears foi scvcial weeks past, but
judging from his appearance ho has
been careful to keep out of tho wet, his
iacc and hands being so black as to
make it dllllcult to decide whether ho
was a white man oi a negro I (o xvas
oiiglnally xvhile. Ho will sleep in the
workhouse foi the next three months.
I toolc Cold,
I took Sick,
Ki I it:
I take My Moals,
I tako My Host,
V- l I M V P '" CIS ENOl Oil TO T VKB
A vV I III V. J C fl UV MY II VNDS ON ;
;rilfhu; liii too, for Scott's
Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil
and Hvpophosphitesof Limeand
Sodar oni.y cinFD mv Incip
ient Consumption nei Liar
Ml IT, AM) IS MjWII rTINO
FLESH ON MY BONES
at the Rrr oi a rouvo a dxv. i
rvut ii ji sr as i asilx'as i do milk,"
such nsTiviosv is r.oTii!M; mvv.
SCOTT'S F.'IUSIOV IS I10IM. VV0MJLRS
IUILX'. Taui SO OTHER.
1 1 C ffioX
a i rr Hi'jKVtAJ.H
liny A our Jlercliunillsn ill Homo.
Ttu.ro Is no good or tnllflnblo reason why
nuy one residing In this city should poto
Nowlork lo niako their purihfits lr joa
nceil nnythlnir In tho furnlluro lino, iiplul
Mcrr, ill ccratlous, &o no direct to llinmli
ton.cco 's representative ostnblNhinpm, nt
1913 ami l.nx) F h cut iiortliwcM, ami thoru
jru will Una exactly tho same class of go ids
lint will ho fhown you In New Yorlc, nml nl
llio snmo prices, and thereby save lime,
tnomy and xrxntlon ot spirit, und at tho
snmo tlmo nlstltiK to build up ono of tho
hiuid'oroist titles In tho world.
lliulilcn's lliprifi iilutltu InMiillliiimt
This relhiblu Itistallmentustnbllshment, at
PTO nnd HMSovcnth street, has n oompleto
slot k ot all kinds ot morel amllso tliil Isro
qnlicd to furnish ii well roKiihited linusohold
nt ensh prices on tho Installment plan, and
dlelnlo jour own terms
rir XVslilii(;ii(n DriiMcit lleer
troXIniket.nndSounnd JiBNorthurn Liberty.
Conn d beef n spoelalty.
Ilml Ills San Aririteil.
John Pairfax is an incorrigible col
oud vouth who refuses lo live In llio
comfortable home his father has pio
villi tl foi him, but spends his tlmo
working the giowlerand loallng around
with a gang of joung loafers, ills
fathci thciefoie hail him nrrcsted foi
vagianey; Judge Millet took ids pti
sounl bonds upon the voung m in's
promising lo slay at home and obey ids
fnthei in the fiituie.
i iiioi or ritc-cint vviiuk.i.
"When r.lla Price, n young coloied
woman, alarmed the tesidents of L
sticct coulheast on Sntuiday nlglit by
bhouls of "minder," it was only five
rent whisky that had attacked hei.
She xvns anested and had to piy $5
this moining for her fun.
Two lUadcolotcd infants weio picked
up yestcidny. One, which lind been
i-lrnngled to death, was found bv n park
watchman in Juditiaiy Square, and the
other was found in a xacanl lot on Sec
nml street northeast, llotli weic taken
to the moi giie.
Tin. Avriio veil oi tntnrrh Is most In
billions; and the more slow lv It comes the
longer It toKcs to leave the person. Old
Snul's Catarrh Cnio Is the simplest nnil
suicst remedy known. !25 cents.
KnlulitH or I'.vtlilus I'alr.
The fair of Columbia Division, Uni
foimed l!nnk of K. of P., which opens
nt Masonic Temple nt 8 o'clock this
evening, xv ill bo aitdiesscd by Congicss
men Mason and Ilioslus, Colonel M. M.
Paikei and Colonel W. G. Moore.
AliH!TIll! iiiriiu. Finns
In Punts. Vi'rcn&st n
.1 C. XIUNCAbTKIl,
UTON Y. live, n.w,
Wnshlneton, li. 0.
fe4dlm t'oiicpondenco bollcitcd
xvoonwAnu .t Loimior,
Cm. 11th and 1' sti. noithvvest.
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 ol the
store. The heavy weights
are giving way to the light,
the dark shades giving way
lo delicate tints.
HIC.II CLASS GLOVES-Wo lmo stciidily
Incieai-cilour Clline trade bj timflutiiK the
stock ciillicly to high class, lellablo quvll
lle, which mo thu most economical foi jou
to bnj and tho best foi in to sell. Hero aro
three &iiecial x allies tho bcU theso prices
can buj nnywlicio:
MIscr' 4 button Puedo nnd Dicssod Kid
GIov tain assorted Tan bliados. Onlj SI pei
Ladles' 8 button loiiKtli"tousquetnlio Sueilo
Gloves In athoitcd Tun bhades. Onlj SI per
Ladles' -I button Tiefoso Suedo Cloves in
Tans, Drowns, era) and lllaek. Onlj S1.X0
Elegant line of Evening Gloves and Silk
W OODWAKD & LOTIinOI'.
S. O. tOitSETS cycth.lvoafevof llio
b O. Corsets at CSc. per pali. 'Twusagooil
Tfic. Coiset. Has n solf opening clasp and
show n In While, Cream and Drab.
OHII.UKKN'S XVAlSTb-Tlieno XValsts nre
almost nu absolute necessity to grovvliu
ehlMien. They support tho back and chest
and Impart .i ssmmotiy to the renin not
othcrvvl'o obtainable. XTo havo theso
eordid Waists In all sizes from 0 months to
IS ycais, S5, 3J, 50, 05 and 85c. clch.
A special bargain In 40 Inch lllaek Chan
tllly LacoHoutuIngs at St 25 per yjid This
Hound tig would bo good value at $1 10 and
xv 111 compiro favorably with anv at S1.75
XX o bought It cheap and oflcr It ntSl.JI slni
ply as a specitl attraction.
I'll it flooi.
Two special values in Corset Covers. Cor
scteOKis of Cambrlo and Muslin In high
neck, Miunro neck and la 1'ompadour,
each tiimmcd Willi Hamburg. Only S5c.
Cambilo Coret Covers made "V" neck
front and back, with double row of wide
Hamburg, llnlshed with herring bone braid.
INFANTS' FLU'S AND MtEbSES-Tlioiiovv
spilng stock of Infants' blips and Diossos has
arrived. Cutenos cccmpllUixl. Dainty lit
tlogarmcnti In tho most becoming stylos pns
Cambrlo Long Slips, !i3o. each.
Ditto, Unci, In three styles, CCi. eacli.
Cambrio 1 lrst Short Drcasos, yoke of
fine tueks und tiimmcd with embroiduiy,
Cambilo Short Die&fros, iu euto Hubbard
Cambilo fcliort dresos wltliVyoko back
nnd fiont, cmbioldery tilmmed,75o.
Sis styles ot Nainsook, Cambrlo nnd Linen
Law n Short Dresses at u dollar eueli.
I'oi furthoi particulars sco tho dopattment.
HOYS' Sl'IHNG XVEIOHT CLOTniNG-XVo
have received an ndrnnco Invoico of new
spring styles nnd effects In Hoys' Clothing.
.Suits, Hoofer Jackets and Spring Overcoats.
Drown All-wool chovlot Hectors, 7 to U
years. S-l. 1'anov Tlatd Hecfcrs, slzos 8 to U
years, H. NavyHluu Sailor Hoofois, SI.50.
Ten spring patterns in Hoys' All wool Salts,
In medium weight cloths, slzos StolOveirs,
$5 to SS.
Tour pal terns In Sprlne Ovorcoits for SmiU
Hoys, fiom ill to 0 j ears. S5, ', S7 and $7,50
Cor. lltli anil FSfs, N.W.
1415 r Nlreol. aicmlicr of WnUiIufflou
Moilt I-.cliiui(,-e. All loenl kIocIih
nml hccuitlliii bousht mill Hold.
a riojtxxra-AT-TiA ir.
COS D street northwest,
RmUbco isxanm-oot northwest.
1XIN1 Tllliunn'it Little Soiree,
'lin ccdorcd bovs, whose ages ranged
fiom 10 to IT jcars were In 'tho Police
( outt lliis moining thaiged wilh cro
tiling a disturbance at a blrthilav parly
at the house of Lble Tillmnn, fn Get
ting's alley, Inst Monday night.
"Dcy bust do door In, .ledge, nnd one
of dem heaved a brick in and I eotched
it In my moitf Dev's a bad gang,
Jcdne, indeed dev is Doy Is called tie
I.otisj Ten '
The police showed Miss Tillman to
bo in the habit of giving paitles about
every week, an admission fee of 10
cents being e hinged, nnd n good deal of
drinking and lighting being Indulged
in. These "pnrloi socials." os llicv aio
called, given good deal of ttoublo to
the polite nnd have tesulted In n num
bet of homicides
Judge Miller, while agreeing that
theso pallor soi lals weio unmixed evils
and should bo put down, Imposed $5
line on each of the pil'oueis foi ills
tuibing the peace.
IF YOUR NERVES ARE ALL UNSTRUHG,
lr YOU FEEL AS IF YOU WERE GOING TO
FLY TO PIECES,
IF YOU FIND IT DIFFICULT TO CONCEN
TRATE YOUR HIND,
IF YOU FEEL DISCOURAGED AND THINK
LIFE IS NOT WORTH LIVING,
You Need a Tonic
Don't go oft nnd trj to flint n romedy In
sti one nlcoliollc drinks oi In decoction' Hint
dojou only ttmporniy good. Tako some
UiIdk that will TUNE Ijr YOUIt Nnitvus
AND GIVE NATUIti: A C1IANCK TO nFFCCT
A PERMANENT CUnE
Dr, Ferraud's Tonic Wine of Coca
Is Indorsed by tho medical proft"loii ns a
plesantand cITtctlvo Nerve Tonic and stim
ulant and Is prescribed foi all Nervous
Troubles, Thin Blood, Jlnlsrla, Loss of Appo
tile, Weak Stomach, To'g of X lpor nnd slml
ion r srjir.r.r oittJix.sr.
Washington, D. l
JJVOR ONE WEEK,
' I OR ONE WEEK,
FOR ONE WEEK.
13TII AND FSTS,
X 111 Offer the rollowiiu
S5 pair Swiss Cm tains, 3i yds lon, SI per
60 pair Trilled edgo Chamber Curtains, re
dueed from ", 10 to SJ '' per p ilr
45 pair Tiilli'd edgo Chamber Curtains, ex
tra llnu finality, reduced flora 87.50 lo $100
LATEST SHADES. NEW El'FLCTS.
1C0 pair Vienna Chenille l'ortleros, J shtdes,
l educed fi mn Si! M to G 7.1 in.r n ilr.
Thoy aiu of extra lentn und width and
I'RICi: AND C1U T.ITY
Cannot bo Eteolleil
ENTIRE STOCK OI' TAPLSTRIES RE
DUCED. Trom 25 to 50 I'cr Cent, below Former
yrcueh Stilpe Tapestries frum75o. to SI per
Silk Stripe Tapestries, In all now shades,
fiom $1 to 515 per jard.
500 Smyrna Rugs, a ft Uin. byl ft, C p.it
tcins. l educed to $.' 10 each.
350 bmyina Rugs, 3x0 ft , 0 patterns, ro
d need to Sl.lOcach.
eco Smyrna Rugs. 4x7 ft., 8 patterns, 10
These Rugs aio of FINE QUALITY, NEW
PATTERNS and COLORINGS, und lire with
out doubt worth double tho pileo.
ALL-WOOL INGRAIN ART SQUARES
aiNajus. ucciuccu iiom a duiokj.
nxSjds. Heduced f rom $9 to 85.75
33J yds. Reduced from S10 50 to SC TO.
In CARPETS of all grades
3C0 Solid Oak Chairs, $1 each.
SOOCheuy, Oak and Im ilah. Tabic, SI. M
600 Rockers, all styles and finishes, from S
up. 1003 dc Solid Oak Chamber Suits, bovolod
plato glass, S-!4
GRBAT REDUCTIONS IN SIDEBOARDS.
25 dlffcicnt styles, from S10 up.
Mahogany, Oak and Antlnuo Oak, hand
somely n oil and with beveled plaloglass
MISCELLANEOUS 1 URMTURU OF E ERY
MUA'JSX TO S.OAN.
TITONEY TO LOAN 1 OR BUILDING PUR
JJ I ik)scs. No delay xvhen security Is ac
ceptable. EMMONS i. DROWN, ft F St n VV.
MONEY TO LOAN ON READ ESTATE OR
first-class eocutitles at lowest rates of
Interost. No delay where secnrlt y Is good.
O. C. GREEN,
803 7th st. n. w.
ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
1 itle CO., 470 l.a avo.
1V1 IN ALL SUMS.
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND C PER CENT.
M. II. PARKER,
INSTALLMENT LOANS-XYE ARE Au
thorized by tho United Security Life In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on improved property In
Washington up to 75 por cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without life lnsuranoo.
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly In
Btallment s, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 years. In
many Instances tho payments nre loss than
the rental of a house. V. H. SMITH & SON,
MONEY TO LOAN l
In sums to suit .
On Approvod Real Estate Security.
II. H. WARNER & CO.,
QIR F nt. n. w.
JlOTJEtS AND HESTAUltANTS.
1405 II STREET NORTHWEST,
Permanent and transient guots. fel.d.tf
WASHINGTON, D C.
O. Q. STAPLES, late of Thousand 1st. House,
WASHINGTON, D, 0
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Foni Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-5 oo and ll.oo rr Day,
QT, JAMES no rm.,
EUROl ,1AN rLAN,
BIXTH BTHEET AND PENNA. AVB
L. WOODBUKY, Proprietor.
Corner 15th ana I gtroots northwrtst.
Opposite JJoPherwn Sqnore
U. M. OAKK,
pan .1. and
t aoi t!ev ",c5J "Afi
Perfect Substitute for Mothor's Milk,
IN CHOLERA INFANTUM . ,iO TEETHINQ
A iiulcldy inslinlliitul l'wnl for DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTRIENTlnnll winning iIImmos.
REQUIRES NO C00KINO. KEEPS IN All CLIMATES.
.CAA)'"rnirtionlt,"The Cnro nntl Feedlnaof
oc"ilnfnnt," nwllcd troo to nj dtlroa.
DOLIDEn-GOODALE Co., Doston. Mass.
fl'A A TED 11 am:
AttKTttsemtnU umler thl htad, fourltrwor
eti,25cer,ttfoi cntlnteitlon,' 50 ccntt for thru.
WANTF.D-HV A GOOD COLOKHD IAUN
drcs, washing nnd Ironing to do nt
home; rcfoicncos given. Apply 1810 N 11 av.
white ninr, roit av.vs.
housework in a smill ffimllr.
man, wife and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred! to tho right party a pleasant homo
nnd good wagos assured, Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
WANTED-ONK GOOD MECHANICAL
.draughtsman and two llrst'claes ma
ehlnlls. CUTTKHSAVyCO , this ofllco.
AN AHLE AHXTIHTISINa, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning rod or Hook Agont, or
llcportcr, of great snvolr fnlrc, for literary
work. Large salary, Writo London & Hart
foidl'nb Co.,N. Y.
ONE EXPERIENCED SOLIC1TOH ON
high class subscription books, ono who
has nn acquaintance among Washington
canvassers, to tako oxcluslvo control of tho
snlo if "A Library of American Litoraturo"
In XVashlnpton. This lsouo 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
man ni d wo aro proparod to makd such a
ono a very liberal offer. CHAS. L. XYEI1
STEH& CO, 3 East lllh St.. N.Y.clty.
V ANTED 81TUATIOX8.
AdierlUementtunaer thu luad,Jmr llntior
test, 25 cent for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
WANTED-BY A SEAM'sVHEsX'sM'fNa
"By tho day at homo; willing to assist
with other work; 60 cents a day. E. E. It ,
TirANTED-HY A COLORED WOSIAN. A
V place to do cooking nnd general house
workuofcrences furnished. Address FANNY
ALEXANDER. lUSlSth st n w
1XT ANTED A
VV room In tho
northeast mrt of nltv
where thiro will be nn nlilcirlinn to llvlit
housekeeping. AddressD. 1'. II., tlds ofllco
WANTED-TO PURCHASE a"GOOD
houi-e, vvith 7or 8rs, with all mod Imps,
on monthly paymonts. Address, with full
psrtlenlnrs, J. j. F., Hoard of Rovlow, Bureau
WANTFD-TO RENT-A GOOD ERICS
dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps,
between K and R nnd 12th nnd 17th sts n w.
Addiess II.. this ofllco. stating terms.
Adret lltments under this head, four llntt or
t'tf, 25 cents for one insti tlon; 50 cent) for titet.
-VX . VV. WAVVW, VA w IS -wV .. ..JVV.
ANTED- OLD GOLD AND falLVER.
XV AI. FriinilERICK. Vannfnptnrlnir
lewder. 105 7th stn w.onnosltoU. S Patent
Ofllee: lino elock and watch repairing u
SOAA TO S100 WANTED TROM 0 TO U
)Wy months; satisfactory roferonuo
given that tho loanei will recelvodonblo tho
r ''nil loaned. Address It. R , tills ofticc.
;anted-to buy for cash, large
or Rmnll lots of high valuo Newspaper,
Department oi other nvro Stamp; also col
let lions of I'ostapo Stamps. Call or address
llt'IlCiril A CO .60 Nassau st. New York.
AttHrttstmtnto under this toad four line or
Usst i5cc)t8for one insertions: 50 cents for three,
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGnT-K COXI
plcto tunes and iiecompsniincnts in ono
quarter. SO. MeCaULEY A, MOORH, 1745 F
bt, 717 21st st.
XTOW IS THE
TIME. XVE WILL PAY
Xs 'Dig money"
1 for cents' flrst-clasa see.
ond hand clothing. Address or call at
J USUI'S OLD bTAND. 010 D St. n. W.
foji saTjH arise ei,t,axeo us,
Adiertlsementi under thlt head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for thiee.
old brass candlesticks and old furniture
two giandfnthor clocks and u lot of wall
paper, can be sold in lots to suit tho pcoplo,
at any prico Innulro at 17 J3 li .iv o n w.
I?OR SALE-CHEAP-ITNE COUNTER and
! shelv Ing, now In No. 71-' 7th bt n vv; must
bo sold at onee. Apply Oii I st n w.
SPECIAL STAR. 51 INCH,
I nickel, abolutolv nor
Address or apply g-a A st a e.
170H SALS n SHARES or THE
Jl' son l'neumntiq Hallway Stook."
address A. at this oulco. and mike a cash
roil SA1.K UOVHKS.
Adicrtlsmients under this head, four llnesor
less, 25 cents for one msttllon; 50 cents for three.
FOnSALE-A PINE RESIDENCE,
A large donblo brick mansion, 3 stories,
nttio and bacmont. contalnlngoverSO rooms,
not Including 4 bath rooms, numerous laigo
closets, storage rooms and conservatory.
Lot 50xl3 lo n wide, well pxved alley.
1 arge stablo nnd carrlago lioii'o.
l'rlie 815 uoo Terms reasonable
lor permit to Inspect tho nroml-es apply to
J. v. .n. iieieiv,
1101 Pa avo.
FOR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. GROOM
framo house, Just finishing; hvdrantln
yaid; lot 10x115; snug homo: piiee, $SO0, Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
J TOR SALE-rRAME nOUSE 000 IN 2.1
! foot alley, bet 9th aud 10th and G and U
sts 8 w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closots
fronting tho rotomao; 13 por cent Invest
ment; lot 84) feet front by C2 deep, 19 feet
from Otli st. Apply within.
FOR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
bouses In Washington, 100, 103 nud 110
11th st n o; two-story and basement, brown
etono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; cleotrlo
bells and gas; pi Ice, 83,600 each, $500 cash
balance to suit or trade for good lots.
rriOH SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
Jj ncr house; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pored; 1000 North Carolina avo. XVorth $5,
Coo. Will sell at a sacrifice or rent low.
OWNER, Room 20. 810 F st u xv.
I" TOR S ALe'-LOT ON N ST.. BET. KT II and
! lethjprleo, S2C0per foot ;tuims easy
rol7,lw.cUS C-22 14th st
I' With Cltv Streets. Avonuos nnd Circles
FOR SALE-Wo hav 0 about 100 Lots. 50x150
feet each, left In that beautiful subdivision
known as South Ilrookland, which Is In con
formity with tho plan of tho city, havlug
streets 00 foot nnd nvenues 130 feet wide.
This subdivision Is south of nnd adjoining
Vrookland. convenient to tho Motropolltnu
Branch Railroad and Elcetilo cars, near tho
University and Soldiers' Homo, Tho lots
now left will be sold at the low prico of
from 4 to 10 cents por foot on easy terms.
1'or plats nnd further luformitlon npply to
XVMi O. DENISON. 021 8t n W.ortoltED
I ORD W WALKER, 1007 F St U W,
! on Tunnalljtown Road nnd Woodloy
Lano, opposllo Oak Vlow. Electric railway
tracks now-laid to theie lots, which havo
sidewalks In front and gas miilns, I'rlecs
lower thnn asked for other lots in iinmcdlnto
vicinity Small cash paymenH Monthly or
yearly tlmo given at 6 per lent. Interest.
HEALL. IIUOWN A CO . 1 Jil F st
Adurttsanints un'ler this head, fourtlnesct
less, 85 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
HANDS'OMK FURNISHED HfiOMS.'EN
suite ortlngle, nt tlio Buckingham, 020
15th st n w. overlooking Mcl'hcrson square.
HENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
tullablo for gciillcmtn No. 003 M st n w.
ono ARTnimi'i.s.cE,N w, firsthousb
AX) At from li st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen; rent lowtotittpomdblopartlesnho
will be permanent; conTcnleut to the Capitol.
W S M
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Gas Hollers at Sl.lo and S1.50 for instantly making Tea or Ooffea.
For large and mall families. Just tho stoTo for summer uio, as yon eitlnifulsn o
the Instant tbe coaxing is done. Hot sale by too
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 arera-tlfcL Street 1ST. "W
Adreitlsemenlt under tMs head, fourlln'sor
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
y'd and Fa avo, 17rs..
01.1 Estn w, ll,is
014 17th stnw.lOrs...
1135 Otlistn w, His...
1011 N 11 avo. lOrs
1P03 T st n w, Mrs 0000
111 Md avo no, llrs
10C3NHnvon w, Ors..
10l2Kdstnw, 8rs... .
1CJ1 Corcoran st. Org. . ,
10S5 15th stn w,8rs....
1401 81st stn w. lOrs...
220 1st ft 8 o. lOrs 10 00
210Ostn W13rs..... ., WW
2d and U sts n c, 8rs ."B oo
1828 15th st n w, 7rs 30 41
105 U 8t 11 O.T13
41llst stn w, Ors...
2122 M st n xv, 7rs.
CJLstll w 25 00
MO 2d stn o,7 rs.
459Qfttn w, 5 rs.
1037 N Cap st, 0 rs
1215 20thnw,8rs 20 0
2034 8th st n w. 0 rs i 10 M
437 Franklin st, 5 rs 15 30
024Lstn W 1130
233 Mass avo no, Crs 1100
2235 Cleveland, 0 rs 14 00
ojstnw, 4 rs U JO
Tompcranco av o n w , r rs 1- 50
11206th stno.Gis U 30
2119 P st. 3 rs li 00
113 Fenton place n e. 0 rs It 00
5 Columbia avo n w, 4rs 9 so
118Mstso 13 00
2 Fenton place no, Ors. 10 .10
Rear 421) O s XV, 4rs 8 50
12 Snow's alloy n"w,4 rs 8 30
2112 15th St, 4 rs 8 10
13093dsw4rs 8 00
31 1 Mb s e, 5 rs 8 00
1 Itumsey alley H 00
1913 Temperanco axe, 4 rs 7 60
20137111 stn W 1100
01221st stn w 10 JO
II. II. V AHXER & CO,, 010 F st 11 Vv .
XX 111 bo for rent, March 1, house No. 1901 I
t u w, 12 looms und cellar.
' A. A. WILSON.
Real Estate Broker,
fel3 2w Hiemen's In. Co. -
No. 1749 r st n w, 10 rooms, nil m. I.:
In excellent order S"0 00
No 1410(Vicornn st, 10 rooms, with'i
story brlok stable i 40 00
3t 1117 F St.
1,01 RI nvon w.!7rs
.. 200 00
,. 200 00
ion Conn avo, llrs
lf22Xt men w. 10 rs,
3In'i av c, nr lEth, 17 rs.
. 173 110
1228Mstnw, 15 rs lil 00
14C1 Mas avo, 15 rs U 00
1737 Q st n w. 11 rs 100 00
11C0 thapln st n w.U rs 100 00
1742 Pstn w.12 rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln st n w. 12 rs 75 00
1012 21st stnw.lOrs 70 00
P07 M st n xv, 10 rs WOO
15270 stnw, 10 rs 00 00
914 12th st n vv. 10 rs CO 00
KlSstnw.Srs r,0 00
1101 21st st n w, 8 rs WOO
1248 11th st a w. lOrs 50 00
Pst, ncar21et,7rs 60 00
1010 Corcoran it nw, Ors 43 M
2032 d stn W.lOrs - 40 00
3073 M st n w, and store, 9 rs 40 00
434S J avos e, 10 rs 40 00
149 Stoughton st, B rs 00
1429 fa stnw, Crs JO 00
Tho above houses can bo examined by per
mit fiom our offico only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO ,
1321 F st. n. w.
1017 15th st n w, 12 rs, fur $110 00
1202 N stnw, 12 rg, fur 110 00
1004nstnw. 1013. fur 100 00
8327 N st n W, 13 rs CO 00
732 21st Stnw, 14 rs 43 00
814 1st Stnw, 10 ...!. 40 00
fill Spruce st 40 00
1304 T Bt n w. 8 rs 4000
1013 T stn xv,9rs : 30 50
710 9th bt no. Crs 2.100
1619 6th stnw, 5 rs nud stablo 13 50
CTIAS E BANES,
With John F. Wnggam tn,
N. w. cor. 14th and Osts. n. w.
IfOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
! roomfinmohousos, high nml dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo si hool In
Uniontowu. Inqulieof A. HEUREND, 133 H
roil SAIjE AUD JtJElfT.
p EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS, E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F strcot.
Chaneos mado Wednesdays and .Saturdays.
3 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
23 Indiana nvo n w, b h, m i, 9 rs 87.500
1731 10th fct n w, b h, 9 rs 7 500
1229Mnsaveii w, f h,8rs 7,1V)
us I stn w, bh. 11 rs 0.500
SOJCthstnw, bh,8 r 4,500
49Kbtno, bb.ini, 12 rs 1,500
2211 nnd 2218 7th st n w, b h, Ors 4 000
J255Kstnw, bh, lOrs.., 3,000
ll)12Gth6tnw. bh.Bis 1,5X1
Alley i)eiweeni'isinnu-:(i,i nuu iv sis
n w, b h.Ors
2 STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
COLatnw, b h,ml, 7rms SJ,1C0
trIOS Nstnw.bh, ml, 7is 3.100
2018 lith lit n w.bh.Crs H00O
1219 and 1222 Madison st n w, f h. 4 rs. . 8.C0O
451 and 15J RIdgo bt n w, f h. 5 rs 3,000
47 L st n xv, b li, m 1, o rs
1839 6th st n w. b h, o rs
735 2d stn w, b h,6rs
Ibl8 and 1820 Lawronc o st n w. f h, 5 rs
424 and 4 JO O st alley n vv, f h, 4 i s . . . .
For a term of 25 years, a valuable pleeoof
buslnoks property on lltu st, near I'.t av o n vv.
Rent, 8150 per month and taxes. Lessee to
build on samo.
H st, bet 4th and 6th sts u e; rent per annum,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE,
Mount Ploasant and rieasant rialns. , ..Sl.000
CorVaavonndSllhst n vv 2,700
18th st, bet B and Octsao 1 son
a st, uoiiiinnnu lotnsisao i,
lOthst, bet E Capitol and A sts so 1,003
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1207 5th stn xv, 7 is Soo
810N Carolina ovose,8 is.... 2500
CWNEtn w,7rs 20 00
11'.' O stn e,7 rs 2000
15308th stnw, Ors ?.... 18 00
1737 Johnson avenue n w. 6rs,.,,.... 13 00
spSBstaw.Ors 18 oo
oio Md avo s w.o rs..., 17 no
lltO Md uvo n o, U rs.., 17 00
1230 Wyllo st n e. C r3 17 oo
Kervand House, Woodloy Park.Srs. li CO
342Jackson Hnllnlloy 1100
Chnmplalu nve, near Columbia loud. 11 60
227 C) Bt u vv, 0 rs 1100
(UfiFbtbW,4rs 12 'O
2123 Ostnvv. CIS 10 00
1514 Blagdon's alloj nw, 0 rs 10 00
10 O'Brien's Court n w, 1 is H 10
Hear 1707 8th stnw, 4 rs 7 -J
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sale us U, H. bonds; 5 per cent., p lynble
quarterly; In sums S1.0M
In sums to snlt nt 0 por rent,
1 ho abov o Is only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call nt oflko for
bulletin. Issued on the 1st and 15th.
rviii hne OYSTEn bloop'and yacht,
JL Ella Treadwoll, for rent, for sale or ox
cbango for other property nt Bennett's salp
yard, foot of 11th sts w. ,
FOR IIENT-N ERY DESIRABLE OFFICE
rooms, with stonm bent, for rent In the
Uulldora' Exchange building, 141 0 at n w,
Apply on tho premises to tho UUI'EIUN-
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It Is now universally concoded by oven tho
most fanatical teetotnlors that a glass of
thoroughly matured and puro wlno Is tho
most wholosomc, health and strength giving
bevcraco for mankind. Almost ovory Stato
no matter how eold Its cllraato producos
Bi apes from which wlno Is pressed, but THE
PASADENA XV1NES aro mado from thoso
lus lous SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapes
whloh attain tho highost grade of maturity
mid rlpcnos nnd aro thoreioru tho bost wines
In the market.
H. A. SELIGSON,
1200 nnd 1202 Poiuia. Ave. N. W.
XVASHINOTON, D. C.
am tho solo agent for tho Pasadena XVlnos
end Brandies and sell at mjrvolonlylow
prices. I havo recolv cd orders from Tlcn nnd
poor nllko and all cheerfully acknewlodga
that tho Pasadona XVIncs and Brandies aro
by far tho bost and purest in tho District,
notwithstanding tho fact that my prices aro
tho very lowest.
My 20 per cent, removal discount will bo
Please compare my prices with those
TASADENA WINES. rorGnl.
Claret, extra quvllty 81 00
xsurgunny , i nu
Angelica..., 1 fO
Sherry (Golden o-Palo).... 1 50
Sherry " " " ox-
Port, extra old
Lrancly, vciy old -.
Brand j, very, very old...
Champagne, quarts, doz..
Champagne, pints, 2 doz..
200 1 00
1 50 1 20
2 00 IU
4 00 3 20
SCO 4 00
10 00 8 00
1 10 1 20
12 00 9 CO
1J 00 10 40
VIRGINIA AND nOTER AMERICAN WINES
"Virginia CInrct SI 00 $0 80
Norton's Virginia Scldllng,
pel dozen 4 00 3 20
Sw cct Catawba (finest qual-
itj) 00 80
I cany tnclnrgeststockoflinportcd Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St. Croix Rums
nud all theriench Coidlals, Including tho
celebrated after-dinner cordial, CREX1K DE
MEN'llIE(Cieamof Mint), gieen or orango.
Tho oldest llje, Bourbon and Imported
XVhlskles can always bo found at my stoio.
1 rlmbloruro Rye 1
MontlcclloPuro Rye In Demijohns or
Perfection Pino Rye Bottles
Old Kcntneky Sour Mash .1
Scotch X hlsky, old 0 00 4 80
Scotch Whlky, very old.... 7 50 0 00
Scotch Whisky, vciy, xery
old 10 00 8 00
Irish Whisky, old C 00 4 80
Irish Wh!ky, very old 7 60 0 00
Irish Whisky, x cry, v erv old. 10 00 8 00
German Roggen Bruntweln. 5 00 4 00
I mako n specialty of high flavored Cook
ing and Jelly Ines and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of purchasers hi Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Flnlshod In dnslgns of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR WENT.
Second hand Pianos at All Prlcos.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
617 Market Space.
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock of
CHASE, GAI1LER, WnEELOCK, BRIGGS,
BEIIN1NG and othor Pianos.
Tho Wonderful Sclf-rinylag jKollan Organ.
STORY & CLARK, CIOUGH & WAHREM
Sold on Installments, exchanged, routed,
tuned, moved and sloiod.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet music and musical merchandise at
tno 01a stand. 112.1 ra. avo.
QIIiT KDGB nr
And yon will always havo beautiful Broad.
Rolls and Biscuits, Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avonuo.
WM. M. QAL.T A Oil.
JOHN E. BEALL,
fjniumleslonor or He eel Tor llvory State
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
Otflce Hours, 0 to 6,
1321 V Street N. tv. Talopliona No. SI I S.
The Great I'cnnsUvnuiu lloulo
To the North, West, and Southwest,
DotiWo Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. MngnlUcont Equipment.
Is ErrrcT JAciAnv 1st, 1890.
Trains leave XV nshliigton, from sliillon, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows:
Fon riTTan o and tho Wost, Chicago
I Imllcd Express of Pullman Vostlhuled Cars
at 10.50 am dally: 1'nst Lino, 10.50 nm dally to
Cincinnati and St. I mils, with Slcoplng Cars
from Pittsburg to Cliirlnunll.nnd Slooplng
Cars Harrlsbiirg to Imllnnnnolls: dally, ov
cent Saturday, to Chle.igo, vvltli Hleoplng Car
Altoonn to Chicago. St. Loulu, rhloago nnd
clnelnnnll Exprc, 3 30 nm dally. Parlor
Car XVnsblngton In ltaiTlfiurg, and Slcoplng
Cars Hnrrl'bHrg lo St. ams, Chicago and
Cincinnati, and Dining Car llarrlsburg lo St,
Louis. XVcstcrn Exprcxs. nt 7.10 p m dally,
With Sleeping Cnrs WnhInglon to Chicago
and St. Loul, connecting dully at llarrls
burg with through Sleepers for l-otilsvlllo
nnd Memphis. Pacific Express, 10 00 p m
daily, for Pittsburg and the Wost. with
through Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Ton KAur, Cnnandalgun, Rochester nnd
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 n m.
I on Er.ir, Cnnnndiilgua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo nnd Magnra daily, except
hnturduy, 1000 pm , with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
1 on Wit.UMroiT, Lock Haven nnd El
mtra, at 10.50 a m dally, except Bundxy.
Fon XVilli vjisror.T dnllv. 8 ,0 p m.
Foil Pirn AnreniiA, New York and tho East,
7.20, 900. 11.00 mill 11.40 n m, 2.10. 3 20, 4.10
10 CO and 11.20 pni On Sunday, 9 00. 11 40 a
m, S.10, 8 20, 4 10. 10 OOnnd 11.20 p in. Limited
Exprcs of Fullmnti Parlor Cms, 9 40 n ro
daily, cxropt Sunday, and 4pm dally, with
Dining Car. .
IOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Tast Exi m.. 8 10 a m weok davs. and 8.10
pm dally. Accom ,o oop mdallv.
Fon Boston, without clinngo, 'iSO p m ovory
lonBnooMiu, N. Y . nil through trains
connect nt .lersey City with boats of Brook
lyn Annox,affordlngdlrccttrnn3forto Fulton
street, avoiding iloublo feirlago across New
Fon Atiamic Citx, 11 10 a m wcok days,
11 20 pm daily.
Fon BALTlJionr, 0.S5, 720, 8.10. 9.00,0 40,
10 60, Jl 00 and 11.40 a m, U oi, 2.10, 3 20, SSo,
4 00,4.10, 4.20, 4 40, 0 00, 7.10, 8.10, 10 00 and
11 20 p.m. On Sunday, 900, 9 01.10 50,11.40
am, 2 10, 8.20, 3 30, 4 00, 4.10, 0 00, 7.10, B.10
10 00 and 11 20 p. m.
Fon Porz's Cnrci; Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p.
m dally, except Sunday.
Fon Ahhatous, 7.20, 9, a m, 12 05 nnd 4 20
p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 0.05 n m,
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
HAILXV AY, AND ALEXANDRIA AMD
I imcT AOVEJinnn 18, 1889.
Ton ALEXATDUIA, 4 TO, 0 35, 7.41, 8 40, 0.45.
10.67 it m, 12 04 noon, 2 01, 4.15, 4.2.1, 4 55, 6.01
8 02, 10 05 ard 11.87 p m. On Sunday at 4.30,
7 43, 9 45, 10 57 a m, 2 30, 4.15, 0.01, 8.0"i and
10 05 p m.
4 55 p m x eek daVB. 7.45 a m Sundays.
l'onRunjiONDnnd tho South, 4.30, 10 57 a
m daily, nnd 4.15 p m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.53 p m weok days.
TIIUB jenvo Aloxandila for Washington,
0 05, 7 05, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 11 07 a m; 1.20, 3 00.
5.10, CIO, 7.05, 0.20, 10.32, 10 43 and 11 03 p
m. On Sunday at 9 10 and 11 07 a m; 2.00, D 10,
0 10. 7.03, 9.20, 10 32 aud 10 4.' p ra.
Tickets and Information at tho ofllco, north
cast comer ot 13th street nnd Pennsylvania
avonuo, and at tho station, wheroordera can
be left for the checklist of baggage to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUGH, .1. R. WOOD,
General Managor. Gcu. rasa Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Scbcdulo In effect Deo. 29, 1861.
Lcavo Washington from Station corner of
New Jersey avenue and O stroot.
Fon CnicAOo and Northvvot, X'cstibnlod
Limited express dally 11.20 a m, oxpress 9 30
ionCttciNNVTi. St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3 10 and 11.30 p in.
For. PiTTsari a and Clovelnnd, Ve'tlbulod
Limited expiess dally 11.50 a in and express
8 10 pm.
Fon LixijaTON and Local Stations, 110.50
Fon WiNcmsTrii and Wny Stations, t5 30
Ton Lot XT, 8 40 p 111,
For. BAI.TI3I01 E, week day, 4 00, 5 00, 0 40,
7.20, 8.30,920, 9 45 (1100, 12 00, 41 minutes),
0 m, J2.10, 2 CO, 2 SO (43 minutes), 3 15(45-mln-lllcs),
3J33, 4.21,4 30,4 35, 5u0,fii'0, 7.10, 7.43,
9 00, 10 30 and 11. SO p m. Stinclays, 4 00, 7.20,
8 SO, 9 20, 9.43 n m, 12 00 (IJminntos). 115,
2 CO, 2 CO (15-mlnutes), 3 25. 4 25,4.35, 0 20,7,10,
7.45, 9 00, 10 SO nnd 11 U) p m.
Fon Wax Stations between XVnsblngton
and Baltimore, 6 00, 0 40, 8 30, n in, 12.10, 3 lis,
4.35, 0 20,11 TO pm, Suudajs, 830nm,l,15,
Tbains lcavo Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, C.20, 0.SO, 7.20, 7 45, 8.00, 80,
0.15 and 1011am: 12 CO, 1215, 110,2.10,300,
4 10,4.15. 5,00. COO, 0.20, 7.10, 730, 8 30,8 35,
10 20, 10.23 andll p.m. bundavs 0.30, 7.43, 8.30,
0 15, 1015 It m; 42 00, 12 50, 150, 210. 4 11,
5 00, 0 20, 7.10, 7 30, 8 30, 8 33, 10.20, 10.25 and
11 OOp m.
Fon Ai.iat-oiis, 0 40 n m, 12.10, 4 25 p m.
On Sundays, S.S0 n m. 4 35 p m. Lcavo An
napolis C40, am. 12 03, 3.60 p ru. Sundays,
8.37 am, 4.00pm.
Ton Statio8 oh tho Metropolitan Branch,
10.45, 810 30 a m,l.i0pm foi principal sta
tions only; tlO SO a m, tl 30 and 15 30 p m.
Fon Rocnvim: and way stations, T4.83 n m.
Fon GAiTircnsOTna nnd Intermediate points,
9 00 a m, tl op. 5 33, tll.33 p m.
1'on Bom's and inteimcdlato stations, tT.OO
pm, 10.00 pm.
Curaci! tkais leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
For. FnnDEnicK, t0.43. tll.20 a m, tJ.10, ti.SO
p m. Sundays, 1.10 p m.
Ion UAOcnsiovrs, tll.20 a. m. and tS.SO
TnAihs arrlvo from Clilcago dally 11.45 a ra
and 4 05 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dnlly3 45a m nnd 1.50 pm; fiom Pittsburg
7.10 a m,0 50 pm dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon Nrw Yonn, Ticnton, Newark and
Elizuboth, N. J.. '4 00, tS 00, 9 20, '12 00 a m,
2 30, 4 20 and 10 SO p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on nil day trains, bleoplug Car on the
10 30 p m, open at 9.00 p in.
Ion I'liiLADruiiiA. Novvnil., Wilmington
and Chester, 100, 18 on, 9 20, 12 00 a m,
2 30, t4 20, 7.10 aud 10 SO pin.
Ton intekjiehiatk toints botween Balli
moro nnd Philadelphia, t5 00 und 87JJO a in,
TiiainsuaveKow Ycuk for Washington,
8 80, til 00 n m, 2C0, 3.20, "SCO p in and
'12 15 night.
TiiAi!,s leav -e Philadelphia for Washington,
4 40, '8.15, '11.10 a m.tl 33, 4 40, 0 03. '7.40
Fon Atintic Citt, 4 00 a m nnd 12 00 m .
Sundays, 4 00 n m and 12 00 noon,
t Except Sunday. 'Dally. Sbundayonly.
Bnggago called for and checked fiom ho
tels and residences by Union 'irausfcrl'o. on
orders left nt tlckot offices, 019 and 1331 To.
avo and nt Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. (,en. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schodulo In effect .TnnuniTSO, 1890.
Trains lcavo Union Depot, Sixth nnd II
streets, 10 57 n in for 'Suvo'iit Nows, Old
Point ComfoTt and Nnifolk dully, Pullman
Buffet Parlor C.n to Old Point ilnllj oxcept
Sunday Arrrlvo In Old Point at 0 10 p m. and
Norfolk at C.40 p m.
11 81 a m Cincinnati Expiess, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentuoky
nnd Cincinnati. A'cstlbuln sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, uuiv ing at 7 35
fi 40 p m-F, 1'. V, X'cstlbulo Special, dully,
solid trains with dining cars run thioueh
xvlthout chango to tlnclnuntl. X'mtlhulo
Sleeper for Loxlngton and Ioulsvlllo,
Ofllee, 613 Pennsylvania avenue.
ei. vv f lli.liii.i.cii ims. Ageui.
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S. BUNDY, COM'R Or DEEDS FOR ALL
States and Territories. 458'La. ave.. ono.
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