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our hvmoxalh
Anheusefllttsch,
New Haven, Docombor 15, 1839.
llio Anhoueor-Busch Drowlnc Aesoo at'on,
bt. Louts, Mo.:
Uontlomon Tho sample of Vauat Boor
Intel? received from you for analysts lias In
100 parts by wight tho following composi
tion: Total solid extract.. G8S0
Alcohol 3.390
Carbonic acid, gas 33J
Water 89.375
100.000
r-ystomatlo search has f alio J to show tho
prosoncoof any adultoraut, and tho compo
sition Is vory Bimllar to that of tho Dost Moor
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc.,
8. Vi'. Joiimoh,
Vrofcssor of Chomlstry, Yale Collogo.
WaahlnRton Branch:
l'lrst street and Virginia aouuo southwest,
FRANK SCHWARZ,
Manager.
'Phono, 874 1.
.Aulr Donllnc, Fair Terms unit n llood
Artlrlo Is John Itutlilnn'a Mottu.
Ho soils for cash, but scarcity of money
need not deprive any one of homo oomforts.
A tmall cash paymont as an evldouco of
cood faith Is nil that Is required at first, and
luturo payments can bo made monthly or
m oelil v. to suit tbo purchaser. Goods deliv
ered on first payment. This Is tho plan pur
sued la tho pant, and tho sumo course- will bo
continued at the Cash and Credit stores of
1ohn Rudden. 030 and 932 Bovonth street
northwest. Oho him a call.
Tho Latest Wonder,
Humphrey's Wine Parlors. Tho phonograph
rings and repeats all tho latest bouts and
khtIors. The only original MeOlnty, by Mr.
Vlynn, a concsrt within Itself. A fntl brass
band every night, Bhnffor and Blakoley'
latest success, 'The Nigger and tho Bee,"
etc. rrofossor Woll's latost success on the
banjo. 415 Thirteenth street northwest.
Houghton & Co.'r Hprluc Specialties.
This Arm Is In receipt of mauy spoclaltltH
In tho newest Btyles of spring goods. Their
htock la complete In all trio latost stylos of
furniture upholstering, decorations and an
unlimited assortment of nobby specialties.
Tills prominent buslnoss house is centrally
located at 1218 and 1220 F street northwest,
nnd keeps In stock tho same class of goods
that can bo found In any tlrst-olass storo In
New York. Tho accommodations uro far
Miperior and tho prlco of tho goods are tho
namo, All good citizens doslring to build up
their beautiful Capital City will certainly
patronize tho local merchants, ospoclally
this liberal and fair dealing firm.
Hprluc tamb,
Tor byrlng lamb and Washington dressed
I cof go to J. 11. Kelly, Ninth street wing.
Centre Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
K streets.
For Wuglilncton Dressed Beef
go to John B. Kelly, stalls KM, 6'JJ and C.W Cen
tra Market, and SOS and SOS Northern Liberty.
Coined boot a specialty.
ITS ANNUAL, JOLLIFICATION.
ArTnncementsfurthellnr Association's
Plunk-Shad Feast.
"The IIolo In tho Wall" seeim to
have been tho mcetlng-placo of soma of
llic members of tho Bar some Utno dur
ing tho eprlueof 1890. At this meeting
it Vii3 oulcrcil that Ilonry E. T)avrs,
John C. Ilcald, Leon Tobrlner, Joseph
Sbillintiton, Chapin Brown and Edwin
1J. Hay consider themselves a commit
tee to pet feet all necessary arrangoments
for tho annual plank shad dinner.
On tho motion of Ed. Hay It was or
dered that tho chad man of tho com
miltco communicate without doiay with
the Justices of tho Supreme Court of
the United States and tho Supreme
Couit of tho District of Columbia, and
request them to designate somo Satur
day in lUo coming month of April
when it would bo convenient for thorn
to participate.
This annual excursion of the mem
hers of the Bar Is an event of consider
able importance, and will bo looked
forward to with no little interest.
UIUTH OF OFFICEIt flUEUN,
An Kfltclent and Hru Otllcer An In
cident In Mis Curecr.
Mark II. Green, one of the oldest olll
lcis in tho scrvico of tho Mctiopolitan
polico force, died at his homo in
(icorgotown last night. Mr. Green was
much esteemed by his follow officers,
and was a devoted husband and father.
Fifteen years ago, whllo doing duty
in Gcoicotown hodotectcd a man in the
act of opening a safe In Llnkln's wood
and coal oftlec, corner Thirty-third and
K streets. He entered the building and
grappled with tho safo-breaker, and In
tho tussle a largo piece of flesh, was
hit out of tho officer s face. Ho car
ricd the scar up to the time of his death.
The f uncial will bo put off until
James Giecn of tho State of Washing
ton, n son of tho deceased, at lives.
MIGHT HAVE KF.SULT15I) ltlT,Y,
Jliit For tho Prumpt Intervention of
Ollloor Slack,
Solomon Green, a coloicd man, was
lined $30 by Judgo Miller this morning
lot cnnylnp; concealed weapons. Ho
went to the Ivy City raco course to look
aftct n woman in whom ho was intei
cslcd and with whom he had been liv
ing. Ho claims that ho boirowed a f;tm
lo piottct himself fiom a number of
coloicd men who had threatened to at
tack him if ho came out thcie.
Oflicei Slack says that when ho nr-
(.Mid Giceu lie had his hand on a self
it ling US caliber levolver. which ho
cnrrlcd In his overcoat pocket, and ap
1 tared much excited, Tho Judge came
lo tho conclusion that Green can led tho
eun for an evil purpose nnd not foi
piolcction, and tho woman swoio that
the was afraid of him.
Shield of Honor.
A meeting ol Mount Veuion Lodge,
No. 1, was held March 23 and the fol
low Icpr officers wero elected' senior
master. Win. II. Lacy; worthy master,
Wm. V, Iialdcrstou, junior master, L.
l' Alexander: iccording sccictnry,
Fumucl Sowctbutts; lmanclal secictary,
M, A. Skinner, treasurer, Wm. A.
JJcnnctt, chaplain, Georgo W. Taylor,
conductor, C. Green, rcpiesentutlvo to
fMipremo Lodge, Wm. A. Dennett. Tho
lodgo which will bo tho pioneer lodge
of iho older in tho District of Columbia
will be instituted Tuesday, April 1,
w hen a laigo delegation of the proml
unit membcis of tho older will vKU
Washington fiom Haltlmoie.
-
Tho License Situation,
'lhc number of applications for liquor
licenses lllcd up to dato Is 1,283, of
which 170 aro for retail nnd 812 for
wholesale licenses, ThoCommlssloncis
hao aettd on 010 of these, leaving !J78
to ho taken up. Of tho number ot ap
plliatlouf, alieadv disposed of 71U were
npproved and 107 lcjectod.
Can't Fool lllm Again,
ftom the Kanuil C'ltv Star.
Tho successful operation on I5en Hut
ler s cyo gives rlso to tho belief that he
will never again confound a wink from
Dana with a eignllicanlappcnl from tho
great merlcan nation.
i.Thtncs Are Seldom What They Seem."
While the above Is, In tho inatu, true,
still thero Is au excoptlou to tho general
iule, as Is the case In many Instances. Wo
lifer to Dr. I'lerco's Pellets, which are not
only all tbey seem, hut more. In torpid
liter, Indigestion, sluggishness of the
towels, biliousness and headache, tbt) relief
XCwilcd by their uso li wonderful.
Till! ItAILKOAU UHl'OT I'ROIIMSRt,
South WnMtlncton Cltlren Who Think
Tliey llnvo Solved It,
Th- South "Washington Protective
Association Inst night selected a site for
tho railway depots. They consider that
tho best location will be south of tho
Botanical Gardens and have utged tho
selection of six squares, Vltst to Third
street, Virginia avenuu to Bstrcctsotith
west, which contains C2Q.0U0 feet private
and G05.000 feet public.
It Is claimed for this site that It places
tho passenger ilopotof tho Pennsylvania
Railroad just south of tho Botanical
Gardens, at n point where there nrc fow
Improvements, and south of which, to
the tunnel and lv street, is but thinly
inhabited.
This location Is in close proximity to
tho principal streets and railroads, and
us convenient to tho business centre as
tho ptcecnt Baltimore and Ohio pnssen
m r depot, or ns the proposed stto mon
t'onirt Intlio JInrrlll bill Seventh street
and MnryUnd avenue and, without
marr'ttg tho parks, streets and avenues
which wo justly prlo so highly, It
would relieve a large and populous sec
tion from the dangers and obstructions
now incurred In communicating with
other sections of tho city, nud which
are sure to increase with time.
A committee, consisting of J. II.
Johnson, Peter Sowers, Morris Eitgcr
aid, David Murphy, "William Feagan,
Father Denihan and President Shea,
was appointed to urge on Congress the
adoption of the plans.
A I.L A IJOUT, A 110(1
Otto Iloltinullcr Hooks Itooucc
it ml
tiat Into Traulilo.
Otto Hcltmullcr, who appealed in tho
Police Court yestotday on tho charge
of having discharged flro arms within
tho city limits and who was released on
his personal bonds, Is again in trouble.
It seems that Hcltmullcr, who objected
to having a nog of tho female pcisiu
sion about hinpicmiscs, rcsortod to his
revolver to get rid of tho animal.
The owner of the dog said that if ho
had shot to kill there would havo been
no complaint, but ho only wounded tho
poor pet. After going homo from the
Police Court, Hcltmullcr, for revenge,
went to Mr. Kusscll's, the complaining
witness' home, and vory dollborately
proceeded to demolish all the furniture
in the house. Ho chopped up bedsteads,
chairs and cook-stoves and tore into
piccts the mattrasscs and ctirtalns.
Hcilinuller was again arrested last
night and locked up In tho Seventh
freclnct on a charge of housebreaking,
lis fi lends made an effort to havo him
released upon collateral, but without
avail.
YVIir.KK Till: DAKUF.lt I.I US.
The M3 Merlons and Sudden Kndttig of
So Mirny Lives l'ully Accounted For.
The real danger from "drippe" is In its
after cITccts. Nine-tenths of all deaths re
butting lire from pneumonia. What Is pneu
monia? Itisasuddcnstoppagoaudfilllug-up
of tho lungs. Thick, heavy, polsouous
mucous gets Into the air-cells tmd prevents
breathing. 1 hoy clog up quickly and death
ensues. Tho only salvation Is to keep tho
lurgs working and thus throw oft this ter
rible mucous. Thcro Is oply one way In
whli.li this can bo done, and that Is by
btimulatiug them. Under the inlluonco of a
proper amount of puro uhtsky tho lungs
draw lu deep, full breaths and throw out
the poisonous air each timo II Is exhaled.
But while this Is true, and whisky ha3
saved inoio lives than any other known
remedy, If It Is not pme whibky It Is llablo
to havo n bad ollcct. If It contains fusel
oil, a headache oi a foul tonguo will bo tho
result. On tho other hand, when au abso
lutely pure whisky Hko Duffy's I'uro Malt
Whisky Is used, no ill-effects can by any
possibility follow. Professor Ilonry A.
Mott sajs: '"Tho purity of Duffy's I'uro
JIalt Whibky (as simple, aunltical tests
will readily convince) is absolute, and
should recommend It to tho highest public
favor." To all, w c unhesitatingly say, Insist
upon having Duffj's and do not bo per
suaded to take any other.
Tho Usual Way.
" Fiom Ihtcl.
Doctor (after the railroad accident)
A.10 you much hurt?
Bnlhoad ductal (faintly) I must
positively decline to furnish any In
formation. If you hare a,
ncuto or lcnriln? to
consumption,
iSffiiKWSG
UUMU4
AND SXYFOFHOSPHITEIS
OF TjIJIJJ Aim son.4.
IS aXJXUXS OTJH.7E3 SOU Z'l'
Thl preparation contains tho stimuli
ting liiopeilles ot tho ltmtophu'phlu
nnd flno Xoncrgimi t'il lAnr Oil. Va i
by )lisIoimi3 all lUo world oer. II in as
jiiitnlabte as mill:. Tluco tlmos ns efllrn
c'nus ns plain Cod Liver Oil. A pert t
Emulsion, better than nllotlurwnr.ilo. 1 or
nil forms of H'litllng JMnrit'fi, JtumchitU,
coysvMPTroN;
Scrofula, auJ as a Flesh Producer
there-Is nothing Uho SCOTT'S EMULSIOU.
It is onld by nil Druk'glnta. I.c t no ono by
1 r'i'ns rx.ilai ntlou or tmpmknt entreaty
induce )oa to accept n tiuUstltuio.
STRICTURE!
JJl-aolvtd and Htmovod by McdlclnoOnly.
NO IN6TJ5UMRNTS.
Addro-H l'HYSICIAN,
mrin,8t Ilox 701. l'rot ldouce. It. I.
Vor Improved and
uconomlo cookory.
Uho It for Soups,
Sauccs.llado Dishes
((itiino, lflh. etc.),
Aspioor Meat Jolly.
Keeps lerfuotly In
all climates for any
length of tlmo, and
Is cheaper and of
liner flavor than
any other stock.
Otto pound equal
In fnrtv luinndflfif
Company's
OF MEAT.
lean beef of rho al-
c uu in
uo or about 57 no.
uittinu only
Justus vim
lf?'ri elrrtmtnrr,
5 as shown.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
403 TENTH STREET N. W.
l!ct and I'm o t Liquors In tho city
ported Clears.
Im-
JAMES n
COSTELLO. Proprietor.
few 3a
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo found at 410 lQth t. n w. Specialties
In Furniture; Matttosses and Sprlnir Hods
Blade to order. Kurnlturo and Ploturos so
curely packed and shipped
Good Wire Mattress S2.S0
40 Pound Ualr Mattress... .,,87.&0
J, T. HSHFORD,
at TENTH BT. N. W. raarW d8
MOTI
Tin: JiAici:its' look-out,
Tliroo Causes ITtilcli Led to Its Doing
l'rnotlcnlly llndod.
Three causes conspired to break tho
lock-out of tho journeymen bakers as
announced In Tub Oiiitio yesterday.
The first of theso was that tho Balti
more bakers brought hero to laleo tho
places of tho shut-out Washington
dough-handlers woro unskillful and
could not operate tho scientific appli
ances In uso In most of city bakeries.
Tho second cause was n realisation by
tho bosses that injustice: had boon done
tho journeymen, nnd tho third was tho
action of numerous grocerymen In re
fusing to tako tho heavy and otherwlso
unfit bread turned out by tho Haiti
inoi e men.
These causes hastened a settlement
nnd broko tho backhono of tho strlko,
and nil of Iho men nro now in tholr old
places except tho four men formetly
employed by Bohcrt Blair, tho Scotch
baker, In northeast Washington. Ho
still 'holds out stubbornly, hut Is ex
pected to yield to tho Inovltablo to-day.
As announced In Tin: Cnrriu Schaf
for of Four and-a-half street took down
the ohjectlonahlo rules yesterday after
noon and his old men nro now at work.
Tho lock-out Is practically ended.
Thcro was not a baker's drucn of tho
journeymen at headquarters to day.
Baker Blair's four loeked-out men wero
there, hut they did not appear to bo
worried over tho outlook.
"AVo havo won tho Unlit," said one
of tho latter, "and Blair will havo to
come around to our terms and tako his
old men back. Ho will not risk a boy
cott and hold out after tho other bosses
have given In."
"Tun uoTTi.ns used for Dr. Hull's Couib
Byrup would fill a whpjc railroad train." Ex.
Salvation Oil will euro rheumatism and
neuralgia when all others fall. I'rlcoSS cts.
BRIGGS'
E
-FOR-
SICK HEADACHE
-IN ITS-
bus, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
TESTIMONIAL.
L. It. DROWN, M. D
23 West Jersey Bt.,
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno S3, 1S80.
This Is to certlty that I havo nsod for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for Headacho, known aa
Brlcpra' Ileadaeho Trochos. Tho remody
cures more neaclacuos, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this cortlQoato will
bo tho means of bringing It to tho favorablo
attention "of sufforors from that trouble, I
shall fool that I havo done thorn a sorvlce.
L. Ii. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by Mall on Ro
celpt of Trico.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH, N. J.
ig Drop in Harness,
Buggy or Road Harness.
$25 reduced (o $18
$30 reduced to $20
$35 reduced fo $25
$40 reduced (o $30
Carriage or Coupe Harness,
$40 reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
$65 reduced to $50
All Hand-Made Work.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels of All
Descriptions a-Specialty.
Special attention cl ven to tho
Itepalrlng of TRUNKS and
IIAItNKSS.
K. KNEESSI & SON,
43 SEVENTH STREET N. Y.,
Neit to Odd-Fellows' Hall.
fe23.d&S,Cm
CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY,
li:3 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Opposlto Wlllurd's Hotel.
NEW 1'HOOESS OF LAUNDERING.
NEW BUILDING AND NEW MACHINERY.
Collars and Cuffs, 2 cents each. Hulf Hoso
darned freo of chnrco.
All phlrta dono by hand to avoid tearing.
Two f taui.strcbses at tho Laundry to mend
uudcrwoarat low prices.
Liberal discount to families. Goods deliv
ered to any part of tho city.
S. C. UlALlDvACH,
IT.15 diS
PROPRIETOR.
POULTRY YARD.
C. TENNANT,
Coaler and Raiser of
POULTRY, TRESH BOOS, ic.
(Can bo obtained at any time, olther day or
nlBht.)
HOTELS AND FAMILIES SUPPLIED.
Seventeenth and Dstrcet3 northwost,
Washington, I). C. rnl.lm
THOMAS McGlli 6 CO,
Printers,
1107 i: Ntrcct Norfhuott.
The Oldest Established Printing House In
Washington.
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOU WORK
UNSURPASSED RY ANY HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
A Special Line of tho I.ateit Noycltlos 1 1
Wrddluc Cards nnd Invitation Dance Pro
grammes, etc., with Envelopes to Match
Just received.
LlXiAL WOKK A HTKOIALTV
And Every Kind of Rook Printing Pr
Executed and at Lowest Rates,
TELEPUONB CALL, 603-8.
HEADACH
TROCHE
GOOD
Sixth Street and New
CELEBRATED I0ETE
KT
$1.15 Per
This Is the, lowest
8
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION!
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED !
La. S. L.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho LORlslaturo for odnoi
tlonal and charltablo purposes, and Its fran
chise made a pait ot thoprosont btato Con
stitution, In 1879, by an ovEBWUELutNa rorn-
LAItOTE.
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako place semi annually (Juno and
December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS tako placo In oaoh ot the
other tonmontl'S In the year, nud aro all
drawn In public, at tbo Academy of Mttslo,
Now Orleans, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo snpervlso
tho Hrrnncemeats for all tho Monthly and
Scral-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., and In person tnanajro nnd con
trol tho drawings themselves, and that tho
samoaio ooniueted with honesty, falrnoss
and In cood faith toward all partlos, and wo
authorlzo tho Company to uso tnlsoerttlloato,
with fno-slmllos of our signatures attached,
In Its advcitlicments."
fft
Coinmlsslonors.
We the undersigned Banks and nankors
will pa; all prizes drawn In; tho Louisiana
Stato Lotteries which may bo proscntod at
our counters.
it. jvt. WAT.MSl.r.Y, Trcs. La. Nat. Bank.
I'. LASATJX, Pies. StatoNat. Hank.
A. UAI.IWI, Pros. N. O. Nat. Bant.
CAitl. 1COHN, rres. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako
place at tho Academy of Muslo, Now Or
leans, TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 18U0.
CAPITAL PRIZE
1C0.CC0 Tlokcts at Twenty Dollars: Halves,
$10; (Junrters, S5; Tenths, i
Twentieths, SI.
LI-T OF PRIZES.
lpnizn or 8300.000 is $3W.oco
lpnizor loo.ooois...., loo.ooo
1 PRIZE OP 6O.O0OIS 50,000
1PRIZKOF SSrOOlS 25,000
2 PRIZES OK 10,000 are 2i,000
SPRIZESOF S.WOatO 23,000
25PRIZK80F 1,(00 are 1V00
ico phizes or WOaiO M.000
200PRIZESOF SOOnro OJ.000
UOPRIZl'.SOF 500 are 100,003
ArrnoxrUATroN rnizns.
loorrlzosof SSOOare so.COO
lOOPrlzesof C0aro 3..00.1
lOOlllzesof SOJaro 23,000
Tkuminal Phizes.
099 Frizes of SlCOaio 01,900
li'j'J Prizes of ICOnio 99,900
tl.llll Prizes, amounting to.
..Sl,051,80U
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
EPFon Cr.nn Rates or any further Infor
mation desired write loglbly to tho under
signed clearly stating your rotldenco, with
htato, County, Btioet and Number. Moro
inpid roltirn mall delivery will bo assured by
your Inclosing an envelope bearing ycur full
addross,
IMPORTANT.
All ordinary lotters containing Postal
Notes, Money Oideis Issuod hyall Expross
Companies m Now York Exchange.
Addrossed
M.A.DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Roltcred Lettors contalnluz cur
reucy to
Hew Orleans National Bank
1
Now Orleans, La,
"REMEUIlERthnt the pavmont of Prizes
Is GUARANTEED HY I OUR NA.TIONVN
HANKS of Now Orleans, and tho lluiots aro
feigned I17 tbo protldont of nn Institution
whone chartered rights aro reoonUed In tho
hUhost courtsi therefore, beware of all Imita
tions or nnouymous sohomos."
ONE HOLLAR Is tho prloa of tho smallest
part or fraction of a ticket ISSUKI) II Y IIS lu
any drawing Anything In our nnino offcrod
for loss than a Dollar Is a bwlndlo.
JOHN E. BEALL,
CominlKBlonor or needs for Kvery State
and Territory,
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
Oftloe Hours, 0 to S.
1331 P Htroht N, W. Telephone No. JM-S.
JLllJD-Owy 9
eflgi-'
BOA
K
100 Feet,
pr'ca good lumber his ever
in Lumber
JL'IANOS,
Grand, Upright and Square
PIANO-EORTBS
Special attention of pnrohaser3 la invited to
our
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Eocond-band Pianos at AU Prices.
Wm. IKnabe & Co.,
8x7 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrfOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot
CHASE, GABLER, WnEELOCK, BRIGGS,
BEHNING and othor Tlanos.
Tho Wonderful Self-Playing ASolIan Organ.
STORY & CLAHK, CLOUQH & WARREN
ORGANS.
Sold on Installments exchanged, rontod,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet muslo and musical merchandise at
tho old stand. 9-25 Pa. nvo.
1IOTJET.H AX1 JtlMTA UltANTH.
'THE BERRET,"
1105 II STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Permanent and transient guosls. fel.d.tf
mllK EUIIITT.
WASHINOTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Fonr Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS-S3.00 and J 1.00 Per Day.
mnK NORMANDIE,
Comer 15th and I streets northwost, '
Opposlto MoPiierson Square
H. M. CAKE,
Proprietor.
tATILLARDHOrEL.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
0. 0. bTAI'LES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
rroprlotor.
S'
T. JAalKS HOTEL,
EUROPEAN PLAN,
BIXTTI BTRKET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Propnntor.
OSK UKHKH,
bXKuLlMQ,
MINMEOLA,
OILT KDQI3 or
GOLUUN UII.K
BLOTJR
And yoa will always havo beautiful Bread
Rolls and Dlsoults. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First etroet and Indiana avonne.
WM. M. QAL.T ft OO.
Bitti nqep Stdlniep
Dealers
RDS,
York Averme N. W.
CAEOLIIA
OR
$11,50 Per
reached, as all old builders
and
-?v
(REGISTCRED
Work,
3a&a U NH9 & K M 68i U J K 3S
fEmBsmmmgmi
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
"Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wlno has taken lUo premium at all California exhibits for years.
Secure n quanllty of It now.
Also a Email stock of BBANDY of 18S1.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
POHNDORFF&CO.,
614 Fourteenth
VAULTS, OliNI IC 27111 AMI It STKKKTS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HAKE T2A OR COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just Hie stove for summer us?, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SKLE eV THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.
OJL.JLO
BOARDS
1,000 Eeet
will know at once.
wCt-
TRADE MARK.)
Street N. W.
feS-.d&Stf
111 10 03115 MINUTE'.
STOVES,
it, u i, no Ait n.
Tlio Orrat I'nniisvlvnnia Houto
To the North, West and Southwest.
Doulilo Trnck, Splendid Kccnory.
Steel Ralls. MninilQcont Eqtilpmont.
In effect .Tanunry 1, 1890.
Trains leave Wnshlngton, from station, cor
ner of Sixth nnd lists., as follows:
Ton PrTTsnuno nnd tho West, Chlcaop Lim
ited Enpro8 of Pullman Vestlbulcd Oars
nt 10 no n m dally; Fast Lino, 10.60 am dally
to Colnrnbus nnd St. Louts, with Slcoplnjr
Cars from Pittnburir to Columbus, and
Slccplnu Cars ltnrrlsburi; to Rlohmond,
Ind.; dully, except Saturday, to Chicago,
with Sleeping Car Altoona to ChionRO. St.
Ixjtilfl, Chlcnco nnd Cincinnati Expross, 3.30
pmdnlly. Parlor Car Washington to liar
rlsburR, nnd Sleeping Cars Hnrrlsburg to
St. LouK ClilciiKO and Cincinnati, nnd
Dining CarllarrlshurK to St. Louis, west
ern Kxrrcs, at 7.40 p m dally, with SlooplnR
Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St. Louis,
connecting dally ut Ilarrlsbnrg with
through Sleopors for Loulsvlllo nnd Mom
phis. I'aclflo Express, 10.00 p m dally, for
Pittsburg and the Wost, with through
Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to
Chlcngo.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fori Rank, Cannnaatgua, Rochester nnd Ni
agara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Foil KniE, Canarjdnlgua and Roches tor dally;
for IIuIThIo nnd Niagara dally, oxonpt Hun
dsy, lOCOpra, with Slooplng Car Washing
ton to Rochester.
Fort WnirAwsroriT, l)ck Haven and Elmlra,
nt 10.50 a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon Wru-rAMsronT, dally, 3.30 p m.
TOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
THE EAST,
7.20, 0.00, 11 00 nnd 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.20, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.80 nm. On Sundny, 9.00, 11.40
n m, S.10, 3.S0, 4.10, 10.00 and 1I.S0 p m. Lim
ited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars, 8.40
n m dally, except bundny, nnd 1.00 pm
dally, with Dining Car.
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exmsss S.10 a m week days, and 8.10
p m dally. Accom. 0 00 p m dally.
Ton Boston, without chango, 3.B0 p m ovory
day.
Fon llitooiaTH, N. Y all through trains con
ncot at Jersey City with boats ot Brooklyn
Annox,nfforilng dlreot transfer to Tulton
street, avoiding doublo ferriages across
Now York city.
Fon ATLANTro Crrr, 11.40 a rn week days,
11.20 pm dally.
Ton BALTrMoni, 0.35,7.20. 8.10, 9 00, 9.40, lOA
11 00, nnd 11.40 n m. 12 03, 2.10, 3 20, 3.30,4.00,
4.10, 4.20, 4.40, 6 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00, nnd 11.20
p.m. On Sunday, 9.00, 9 03, 10.60, 11.40 a m,
2.10, 3.20, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
and 11.20 p m.
Fon rors's CntirK Linc, 7.20 a m and 4.40 n m
dally, except Sunday.
Ton AMNArous, 7.20. 9 00 a m. 12 05 nnd 4.20 p
m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 9.05
a m, 4.10 p m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
WASHINGTON t AILWAY.
In eitfct Frnntunr 23d, 1890.
Ton Ar-EXANnnrA 1.30, 0.33, 743, 8 10, 9.43,
10.67 n m, 12.0-1 noon, 203, 4.23,4.53,0 01,
8(2. 10.03 and 11.37 pm. On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45, 0.45, 10.57 a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.03
pm.
AccoMMODATroN ron QoANTrco-7.45nm and
4.55 p m weok-days. 7.55 a m Sundays,
lot Richmond nrnl tho South 4.30. 10.57 am
and 4.10 p m daily. Accommodation 4.55 p
m wock-days.
TrtArNs leavo Alexandria for Washington
0.C5, 7.05, 8 00, 9.10, 10 15, 11 07 a m, ISO, 3.00,
3.15, 6.10, 7.05. 9 20, 10 32 and 11 05 p m. On
Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 3,10. B.10.
7.C5, 0.S0 and 10 32 p m.
Tickets and Information at tho ofllco.
northonet corner of Thirteenth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station,
whoro ordors can bo left for tho cheeking of
baggage to destination from hotels and resi
dences. ,T, U. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
CHARLES E. PUOH. General Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Scbcdulo In effeot Deo. 29, 1889.
Leavo Wnshlngton from Station cornor of
New Jersey avenue and C street.
Fon Ciiicaoo and Northwost, Vestlbnled
Limited express dally 11:20 a m, express 0.80
pm.
Ton Cincinnati St. Lo'uls and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p in.
ron I'lTTsnuno nnd Clovoland, Vestlbuled
Limited express daily 11:50 a maud express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexington nnd Local Stations, tlOUM
nm.
Ton WrNciiESTxn nnd Way Stations, t5 30
p.m.
Fon LcnAr, 8:40 p m.
Fori lUrriMonn, week days, 4 00. 6 00, C.W,
7.20, 8.80,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12 00, 45 mlnutos),
a m, 12.10, 2 00, 2 30 (45 mlnutos), 3.15(45-mln-Utes).
3.25, 4.25, 4 30, 4.35, fi 30, 0 20, 7.10, 7.45,
9 00, 10 30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.30,
8 SO, 0 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (45 minute). 1.15,
2 CO, 2.S0 (45-mlnutcs), 3.23.4.23,4.35, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 0 00, 10.30 and 11.30 pm.
Ton Way Stations between Washington
nnd Baltimore, fi 00, 6.40, 8 30, a m, 12 10, 3.25,
4.b5, 0 20, ll.io p m. Sundays, 8.30 a m, 1.15,
3 23, 4 35, 0.20, 11 30pm.
TnAii.s leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8 00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10 16 am; 12.00,12.15, 1.50,2.10,3.00,
4.10,4.15. 5,00, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.35,
10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. hundays 6.30, 7.45, S.'M,
9.15, 10.15 n m; 12 00, 12.50, l.SO, 2.10, 4.15,
5.00, 0 20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.35, 10.20, 10.25 and
ii rr p m.
Fon Annatolis, 0.40 a m, 12.10. 4 25 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leavo An
napolis 0.40, am. 12.05, 3.60 p in. Sundays.
8.37 nm, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
to. 45, $10.00 a m, 51.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tlO.30 a m, tl.30 and t5.S0 p m.
Ion Rockviixe and way stations, t4.S5 p m.
Fon GAiTiiEnsnunoandliitennodlate points,
9 CO a in, tl 00, "5.35, tll.'iS pm.
Ton Botd's and Intermediate stations. t7.00
p m, jlO.oo Dm.
Cuuncu thain leaves Washington on Sun
day nt 1.10pm, stopping at all stations on
Metropolitan llranen.
Fon Fr.EDKnicic. t6.45, tll.20 a m, tJ.10, T4.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10 pm.
Fon Uacieisstown, tll.20 a. ra. nnd t5.30
p. m.
TnArNS arrive from Chlcngo dally 11.45 a ra
and 4.U5 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dflllys.45a in and 1.60 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m. 0 60 p ra dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New Tonic. Trenton, Nowark and
Eliznbeth, N. J.,I00, tS.00, 9.20, 12 00am,
2.30, 4.20 and 10.30 p in. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains, bleoplng Car on the
10.80 p in, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon 1'riii.ADrirriiA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4 00, 18 00, U 2i 12.00 a m,
2.S0, 4.20, 7.10 and 10.30 pin.
Fon iNTEiniEniATK roiMs between Balti
more and Philadelphia, tS.00 and i7.00 a m,
12 00, t3.15p m.
Ti!Aih8LrALNcw York for Washington,
8.t.0,tll.C0a m, 00, 3.20, S.OO p in and
12.16 night.
Tiiains i eae Philadelphia for Washington,
1.40, 8,15, 11.10nm,tl.33, 4.40, 0 05. 7.40
pm.
Fori Atlantic Cirv, 4 00 a in and 12.00ra
Sundays, 4 00 a m and l.' 00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. 'Daily. Sunday only.
Baggnge tailed for and chccKed from ho
tels ard icsidcnccs b t'nion Transfer Co. on
orders left nt ticket oOIees, 019 and 1331 Ta
nvo. and at Depot-
J. T. ODEI.L, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. ion. Pas'). Ag't.
ChosapDako
a.nd
j uino wiinvay.
Nl nmiTi, oJ Scbedttio In effect
huu i c Muroli a. 1S.
Trains Ieao Union Depot, Sixth and B
streets. 10:57 u m fur Nuwiort News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dully. I'ullrniu
Buffet Parlor Cars to Old Polut C'omfoit
dully oxcept Sundays Arrrholn Old Point
ut 0:10 pm. and Norfolk at 0:10 pm.
11:54 n ra Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations lu Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
nnd Cincinnati. Vestlhttbi sleopors through
without change to Cincinnati, nirh lug at":.15
a m.
11:23 pm V. P. V Vestlhulo Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
v.lthout chango to Cincinnati. Vuitibule
Sleeper for Lexington unit Louisville. Pull
man cars nro open to receive passongcrs at
0.)p jn. i
Ofutc, 513 rennsylvnnla avenuo.
11. W, r ULLLtf,UUU, I'USI. Acni.
A IDiKSiTiUP ForlOGTorFAn.lNO MANnOODi
H r U 3 1 1 1 V C General and NERVOUS DEBILITY.
flTCSX 12 Weakness of Body and Mind! Effect!
J J JL.ii JU of Errors or Excesses In Old or Ycuns-
I'otiuil. 6ht 31 IMKKMI full Hi kl.ii.ri. Itnw In Inlirtrft an I
blrtnrtbcnKlK,l.M)KIL(ll'l'tlOKIIANSA I'AlllHoIUUIir.
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iltnlrallfj Tram 41 btiitf, Trrrllorlr., nnd rr-lju(pmitrl'.
Yoiirurlltblm. ItunV, full, slitanKtin.1, Unit i.rcor. IBilH
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