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TIIE WASHINGTON C15ITIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 2, 1890.
AV It. Itouchton Co.'d Mow St lei
of Sprint? Hoods,
This momlncnt furniture and upboMery
odntillshmont, conveniently located In tho
lirarl nf tho city nt ISIS ami law I' street
northwest, lina Jnst opcnotl nt Its mammoth
etoto nn ologanl assortment of Wnkolleld
baby t arrlagos of lutost and most approved
appliances lor comfort nnd durability, rang
lug lu prlrra fiom S10.M to (10. TUcso Roods
are tho bolnluo yet offered tills season In
Wntiblngton. They have nlo Just received a
rnrload of tho prettiest nnd nowest novel
tied In hud tooin furniture, from 810 to $"
per Milt. Thoy aro oponlng an decant asort
meiit of tho newest designs In all ifopartinr nls
of tholr mnRnlflocnt emporium of fashion.
Nrw IIavxx, December 15, 1SS9.
Tho Anliousor-Buscli Urowing Association,
fct. Louis, Mo.:
Gentlemen Tho samplo of Faust floor
lately received from jou for analysis has la
100 parts by weight tho following composi
tion: Total solid oxlt act 0.SS0
Catboulc acid gas ''&
Syitoinallo noarcriTlias failed to show tho
presence or any adulterant, nnd tho compo
ft'tlon Is very similar to that of tho llcst Deer
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc.,
8. W. Johnson,
l'lofessor of Cbomlstry, Yale College
rirstslaot and Virginia avonno southwest,
'Phone, 371 1.
'ulr IonllUB, 1'nlr Tormi unit a Good
Artlelo In John Kuddoti'x Motto.
Ho cells for cash, but scarcity of money
need not doprho any one of homo oomlorts.
A small cash paymonf in an cvldnnco of
good faith la all that U required at first, nnd
future payments can bo nmilo monthly or
weekly, to snlt tho purchaser. Goods doliv.
ored on first payment. This Is tho plan pur
sued In tho past, and tho samo course will bo
continued at the Cash nnd Crodltstoroi of
John Huddon. 0J0 and Oii Seventh street
northwest. Ulvo him a call.
Tlio Latest Wonder,
FIumphrey'H Wlno l'arlors. Tho phonograph
elngs and repoats all tho latest songs and
myingu. Tho only original McOlnty, by Mr.
nj-nn, a concert within Itsolf. A fall brass
band every night, Shatter and Illakeley's
latest snecoss, "Tho Nigger and tho Deo,"
cite. Profossor Woll'a latest success on tho
banjo. 415 Thirteenth street northwest.
For spring lamb and Washington dressed
beef go to J. It. Kelly, Ninth street wing.
Centre Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
K streets. ,
For Washington Dressed Hoot
go to John B. Kolly, stallsO-M, C."i and 630 Cen
tre Market, and WHS and W8 Northern Liberty.
Corned boot a Bpoctaltr.
ACTtVK DISTKICT KEPUULICANS.
Tliey Am Alrouil Organizing for the
Tho Republican clubs in this city aro
nheaily ranking airangcracnts to par
lltipato actively in tliu foitlicomlug
cntnpa gu. The New Hampshire He
imblican Aseociation met last evening
nt 1411 F 6lrcct. llcinmks were made
by JIajor 8. It. Striitton, president of
Hie Tcnnsylvanin lEopublican Associa
tion. Ex-Mayor Mnitboir O. Emery
and 3fr. John A. I'icscott, both or
whom joined the association last night,
also' Bpoko nnd promised their hearty
Mipport to both tho organization and
A meeting of the Virginia JIahonc
HipUbHcan Association was also held
lafcl night and the following delegates
elected to the convention of Republican
clubs to assemble at G. A. R. Hall to
morrow evening: John II. Ilunison, R.
.1. ShrltOD, Jt. L. Siiiglctou, W. II.
Kelson and J. C. Fountain.
An association to bo known as tho
"T. 13. Reed Ropublicun Association"
was organized last evening at No. -120
L street northwest. Olllcers wcio
elected, as follows: l'icsident, Johnson
Green; vice-presidents, Dr. John P.
Turner and W. W. Johnson; treasurer,
Dr. J. C. Norwood; secretary, T. J.
Claxton, assistant secretary, R. S.
Camper; Bcigcant-at-arms, David J.
A Young I.adj ISadl.v Humeri.
Miss Ellen U. Rock was very badly
burned last night by a casollne explo
sion at her home on K stiect, near
Twenty-sixth. Iu filling tho tank of n
btovc Bhc overrun It, and when she up
plied alighted match to tho burner the
lluid exploded, tho llames igniting her
clothes. Her loud cries for help at
tracted the attention of her brother, Mr.
.Turtles Rock, who wrapped her in a
blanket and smotheicd the ilatwes. A
physician bad lobe summoned to attend
the injured lady.
Gynidastlo Young Ladles,
The young ladies of the School of
l'bysiclal Culture held a reception and
exhibition last evening in the 'class-
jooros, li!J5 New Yoik avenue. Mis.
E. M. 8 Mnrblc, principal, received the
guests. Tbu young ladle of the class,
nttlicel in natty suits of blueclotb, wbito
collars, loose blouses and divided skills,
gave a very creditable exhibition of
tlubswiuging and light gymnastics.
Dr. Vllmfi'n Interesting Lecture.
An entertaining lcctuioon "An Even
ing In Holland," was deli vexed last
iM.niug in tho High School lecture
ru m by Dr. A. 11. "Witmer in aid of
Couitnty School. Tho lecture
was graphically illustrated by a
Ecrics of views shown byR. P Murray.
Tho cntci tain went concluded with tho
lccilntlon "BIngenontbo Rhine," well
ictdtrcd by Miss Nettle McLlndcn.
A Novel Church Fulr.
The fair for the bcnellt of Graco M.
13 Church, corner of Ninth and S
streets, was successfully opened last
tvLnlug in tho leoturc-room of tho
rburch building. Tho booths are ar
ranged to represent the days of tho
week, with articles on sale appiopiiato
to the dayB represented. Tho fair will
continue this and to morrow evenings.
To ICntcrtulu Their New I'ustor,
The congregation and friends of
"Wuugb, M. E. Church, corner of Second
and A streets northeast, will tender a
i eruption to their new pastor, Rev. Dr.
Glbfcou, this evening. Tho latter camu
fiom Baltimore, and is regarded as ono
of the most oloquent preachers in tbu
Rultiraorc M. E. Conference.
IModlml Aaaoulatlou Election,
rl he Medical Association of tho DIs
ti let last evening elected olllcers as fol
lows president, Dr, J. O. Stanton; vlco
presidents, Drs. II. C. Yarrow and J.
H Mundell; secretary, Dr. George C.
OLcr, treasurer, Dr. Samuel S. Adams.
To Attond the 1'alr.
On noxt Monday evening tho "Old
Ouaid" will attend Lincoln Post Fair in
n. body. William II. O'Neill and John
ti. Garrison have been elected active
members of the guard and John B. R,
Tow ere an honorary member.
A cornucopia Is a drug store supplied
with Dr. .Hull's Cough Sjrup which sells
for S5 c.
Salvation Oil will euro the worso f ato of
frosted feet. Only tweuty-llvo cents a
1'OLITICS AND Tilt! 1U1IT.B.
A Convention Looking to the Closer
notation or Church nnd fitiito,
The malutcnanco of all existing
Christian features In tho American Gov
ernment nnd tho hope of surrounding
Ihcsc fealurcj with legal safeguards,
was ILo subject of a convention, com
posed mainly of clergymen, at Lincoln
Hall yesterday afternoon. These gou
tlcmen ate banded together under tho
name of the National Reform Associa
tion. It is their belief that all govern
ments nro nccountablo to God, that
Jesus Christ is tho actual governor of
nations, nnd that all moral questions in
polities should bo decided by tho
Tho nmllcnco yesterday was com
piised of barely sixty persons, but th
snenkers were apparently in earnest
The confertneo was called to order b
Rev. Dr. Alexander of Philadelphia
Reports who icad showing that work 1 1
the States is progressing favorably. A
paper on mauiagc and divorce laws wa
lead bv Special Secrctaiy T. P. Steven
sou. The divorce laws, ho said, shoul I
bo icfoimcd, and ministers should ro
fusu to marry any poison who is not
free tinder God to enter tho holy rela
tion. At tho evening session thoy wero ad
dressed by Rev. David McAllister,
D. D,e LL.D. of Pittsburg on "Tho
Secular Theory of the Statu," and Rev.
R. M. Somcrvfllo of Now York on tho
"Christian Doctrlno of Civil Sover
eignty." Tho committee on nomina
tions recommended that Rev. Jonathau
Edwards, I). I)., of Meadvillo, Pa., bo
selected as president of to day's session.
Tho recommendation was adopted.
FOK EMANCIPATION I)A1
Colored Citizens Alnho ArrnngomonU
for ii J'urudo nnd Jlnniinet,
There was a mcetln at the Bee oflicc
IflHt nicht of the committee of arrange
ments for tho perfecting of plans for
the celebration of the twenty-eighth
anniversary of the emancipation of
clavcs in tho District of Columbia. AV.
H. Jackson occupied tho chair and II.
Price 'Williams acted as secretary. A
letter was read from Dr. "William Tin
dall, secretary of tho Roard of District
Commissioners, granting permission for
the erection of a stand on the west
front of Lincoln Park; on East Capitol
6trcct; also ono from the Secretary of
War allowing all colored employes of
the War Department leave of absenco
A banquet is to be given in tho
Cadets' armory on tho night of May 10,
and tho committee on speakers decided
that the orators of the day bo allowed
fifty minutes aud all other speakers fif
teen minutes. There were a laigO
number of Influential people invited to
occupy seats In tho grand stand and tho
following ofllcers of tho day wero se
lected: lion. Rlanch Iv. Bruco, pre
siding officer; Edward L. Thornton,
secretary; Dr. J. E. Rankin, Howard
University, chaplain. E. M. Hewlett
will read the acts of emancipation and
Rev. Walter II. Rrooks a poem written
especially for tho occasion. The orator
of tho day will bu Hon. John Morcor
I.ungston; first speaker, Hon. Robert
P. Porter; second speaker. Rev. R. S.
Laws; thud speaker, Hon. A. M.
Clapp; fourth speaker. Colonel James
1111); fifth speaker. Hon. L. A. Houk;
sixth speaker, Professor J. M. Gregory.
Election or Onicers.
At the thiid annual meeting of the
Second Columbia Co Operative Build
ing Association last evening, at 013
Seventh stiect, olllcers for the year
were elected as follows: C. P. Duncan
son, picsldent; A. M. Reed, vice-president;
M. P. Callau, secietary and treas
urer; E. II. UIlIsbuiT. William H.
Goods, D. J. Macnrty.'T. M. Read, E.
C. Fawcett. J. P. Du Hammcll, C. P.
Miller, P. E. Hauptman, George P. Eb
cily, board of directors.
Honorary HXemhers Elected,
The cntiio Illinois delegation in both
branches of Congress were last night
elected honorary members of thn 8. M.
Cullora Association, which held a
meeting in their new hoadquartcrs.
Hon. G. C. Ross, president of tho
Illinois Republican Association, Hon.
W. P. Palmer of Illinois, and First
Comptroller nf the Trcasuiy Matthowa
were similarly honored.
"Old Otiurd" Encampment,
The fommilteo on the proposed Bos
ton encampment oi the "Old Guard,"
Union Veteran Corps, icported that they
had visited tho Hub and that tho citl
yons and officials thereof had promised
to make the proposed encampment a
Grand success. The rato for tho round
trip was ilxed at $10.!"0. Tho honorary
members of the corps win uom a meet
ing at an early date' to take action rcla
tivc to the trin.
A GAIN or A roUND A DAY IN TUB
case or v man who has nncoim "am.
RUN DOWN'," AMI HAS TIEGUN TO TAKE
THAT HEM UIKAIIIX I LESH TRODUCER,
OF PURE COD LIVER OiL WITH
Hypophosphites of Lime ii Soda
IS NOTHING UNUSUAL. THIS TEAT
HAS lil.CS ITiRroKMhD OVER AND OVER
AGAIN. PALATAIILE AS MI K. EN
DORSED BY PHYSICIAN'S. Sol D IIY ALL
Druggists. Avoid sl iisti ru riONs and
For Improved and ecouomlo cookery ueo
EXTRACT OF BEEF
for Beef Tea, Soups, Made Dishes, Sauooj
(Game, Fish. &o.). Aspic or Meat Jelly, Keeps
lor any length of time, and is obeapcr and
of Oner flavor than any other sto;k.
C'i'UiiiiiM only Hllli J. von I.ltbicN
iRiiuture us atioio in lilue.
Ono pound of Kxliaot of Beef equal to
forty pounds of lean beef.
"NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH 8TRKBT N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors la tbo city. Im
JAMES H. C0ST4U.0, Proprietor.
COr.Il WATER WAIlUIOItS,
Scorctnr.v l'roctor Is In Fnror of Tom
rernnco In tho Army,
A largo nudlcnco assembled at
Foundry Chutch Inst evening nt the
meeting of tho Non-Fat tlsan Woman's
Christian Tcmrcranco Union, soldiers'
nnd sailors' depaitmenl. On tho plat
form were tho president of tho union,
Mis. J. Ellen Poster; Rcpicsentatlvcs
Morse, Hiram Price, Postmaster-General
Wauamaker and Captnln Jack
Crawford, tho famous ex-scout. Ser
geant McOhcsney of Fort Meyer was a
prominent figure In tho meeting, attired
in his troopers' uniform of blue and
yellow. A letter from Secretary of
War Pioctor evoked hearty applause,
lie said ho was heartily in favor of
temperance woik in tho Army and
Navy, and would do everything in his
power "to aid the good work."
Addresses wero delivered by Chap
lain Hoes of tho Navy, Captain Jack
Crawford, who ltdated several interest
ing frontier stories; Representative
Morse, ox-Commissioner Price, who
nescited that alcohol killed ."50,000 men
each year, and Postmaster-General
Wanamaker, who said tho tempernnco
cause was stronger to day than over,
and would surely win. "Miss Pierce
sang with effect the battle hymn of the
Republic beforo the meeting closed.
hope foii Tin: aged,
A Prominent Jinn Hhows How Elderly
l'cojilo run Prolonc Their I.lycx mill
Avoid Weakness nnd HullorlliR.
Charles Dickens never wroto a truer thing
tlinu tho follow log:
"Can n n j till ug lie more pltlablo than tho
sight of elderly men or women who realize
that the strength of earlier ycais Is depart
IiiK? Down the plane of life, whose end Is
In darkness, thoy look, anil wonder If their
vienry steps will carry them painlessly to
Any elderly person who feels a trembling
AT 4tin iiAritnii n li nnl.'ntilnr t flm itmoilnii
isi tuu nit ? i i tunviitu ui tuu tiiviDVita
lessened vitality, decreased vigor, chilled
nanus or icot, nccue nay, must uavo as
sistance. Money cannot render It. Drugs
should be avoided. Hero is what ouo of
the greatest of modern phjstclans, a no lo3s
pcrsonngo than Dr. Gardner, says on tho
"J3Idcrly pc;60iis, who In winter suffer
from cold feet and mid artificial licnt ap
plied externally fall to afford icllcf, may,
with undoubted propriety and advantage,
tnko whisky and hot water on golne to bed.
If a headache or foul tongue follow, tho
Inference Is tho spirit was Impure, probably
containing fusel oil. A very light traco of
this noxious Ingredient In spirit will, In
soino constitutions, produce headache, as
accurate a test of Imnurltv as chemistry
There Is only ono absolutely puro whisky
free from fusel oil, and that is tbo well
known and justly-popular Duffy's Turo
JIalt AVnlsky. It has all tbo properties
tbat contribute to health and vigor, and
none that injure. It cannot harm tbo
stomach even of a child. It is sold uni
versally and well merits Its wonderful
popularity. Be suro and take no other.
Local Meteorologlcnl Data.
Tho Signal Service summary shows
that the highest wind-vclocltv during
last month was CO miles an hour on the
29th. Tho highest temperature was 77
degrees on the 28th and. the lowest 13
degrees on the 7th. Total rainfall dur
ing March, 3.05 inches.
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms,
L. It. BHOWN, St. D
23 West Jersey St.,
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno S3, 1833.
This Is to certify tbat I have used for some
months with much satisfaction, the combina
tion of remedies, for noadaobe, known as
BrlgRS' ncadacho Trocnos. Tho remedy
cores more iieadaohes, cspeolally such as af
fect Nervous 'Women, than anything lam
acquainted with, and It this certificate will
bo the means of bringing It to the favorable
attention 'of sufferers from that trouble, I
sball feel tbat I have done them a service.
L. R. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by Mall on Re
ceipt of l'ncu.
BBIBGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH. N. J.
Big Drop In Harness.
Buggy or Road Harness.
$25 reduced to $18
$30 reduced to $20
$35 reduced to $25
$40 reduced to $30
Carriage or Coupe Harness.
$40 reduced to $30
$50 reduced to $40
$6b reduced to $50
All HandnMade Work.
Trunks and Traveling Satchels of All
Descriptions a Specialty.
Special attention given to tho
Repairing of TRUNKS aud
K. KNEESSI & SON,
125 SEVENTH STREET N. W.,
Next to Odd-Follows1 nail.
CHAMPION STEAM LAUNDRY,
1123 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Opposite Wlllard's notel.
NEW PROCESS OF LAUNDERINO.
NEW BUILDING AND NEW MACHINERY.
Collars and Cuff, S cents oacb. Half Hose
darned free of chargo.
All shirts done by hand to avoid tearing.
Two seamstresses ut the Laundry to mend
underwear at low prleos.
Liberal discount to families. Goods deliv
ered to any part of tbe city.
S. C. OmLlURCfi,
Sixth Street and New
This is the lowest
i -i '
OVEll AMUiLlON UISTIUUUTISU
L.3.. O. !..
LOUISIANA STATE LOTIOT CO.
Incorporated y tho Legislature for educa
tional and charitable purposes, and Its f ran
cblsomadoapart of tboprosent btato Con
stitution, in 1S79, by au oykrwuelminu rora-
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS take place semi annually (Juno aud
Doocmbor). and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS tako plaeo in each of tbo
other ten months in tlio yoar, and aro all
drawn In publlo.at tho Academy of Music,
"Wo do hereby certify that we supervise
the arrangements for all the Monthly and
fceml-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., and In person inauago and con
trol tho drawings themselves, aud that tho
same aro conducted with honosty.-falrnoss
and In good faith toward all parties, and wo
authorlzo tho Company to uso tuts oertifloale,
with fao-slmilos of our signatures attaohod,
in Its advertisements."
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Rankeri
will uay all prizes drawn InJ the Louisiana
Mate Lottorles which may bo presented nt
K. M. lVAl,MSr,EY, pres. La. Nat. Bank.
V. LANATJX, Tres. State Nat. Bank.
A. DAlDWlh, Pros. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAltx, KOllN, Pres. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako
placo at the Academy of Musio, Now Or
leans, TUESDAY, APRIL IS, 1890.
ICO.COO Tickets at Twenty Dollars: nalves,
810; Quarters, $5; Tenths, Si;
LIsT OP PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OPSSOO.OOO Is..... $300,000
lPniZROF 100,0001s...., 100,000
1 PRIZE 01' M.OOOis 60,000
1PRIZBOP JB.rOOis 85,000
2PR1ZESOF 10,000aro 20,000
6 PRIZES OP 6,000 aro 83,000
25PRIZKSOF l.tOOare 25,000
100 PHIZES OP WO nro 60,000
200PR1ZESOP 800aro 00,000
GtOritlZESOF SOOaro 100,000
1C0 Prizes of $500 nro 60,000
lOOPrtzesof iicoare 30,000
100 Prizes of 200 are 20,000
009 Prizes of Sioo are 09,900
OiiOPUzesof lOOarc 99,000
SiTai Prizes, amounting to $1,05 1,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
P8?"Fon Clot Rates or any further infor
mation desired write logibiy to tho uudor
slgned, oloarly stating your resldenco, with
fatate, County, Streot and Number. More
rapid roturn mall delivery will bo assured by
your Inclosing an onvelopo bearing ycur full
All ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes. Money Orders Issued by all Express
Companies or Now York Kxohango.
Now Orleans, La.
Address Registered Lettors containing cur
Hew Orleans National Bank
New Orleans, La.
"REMEMBER that the pavment of Prices
Is GUARANTEED IIY POUR NATIONAL
RANKS of New Orleans, and tho tlofcets aro
signed by tbo president of an Institution
whoso chartered rights are reoogntzed In tho
blghent courts'.tberetore, beware of all imita
tions or anonymous sohemes."
ONE DOLLAR is tho price of the smallost
part or fraction of a ticket ISSUED n Y US In
any drawing. Anything In our name offered
for less than a Dollar Is a swindle.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deed for livery State
NOTARY AND U. 8. COMMISSIONER.
Office Hours, 9 to 6,
ISS1 P street N. W. Telephone No. S44-3.
price good lumber has ever
Grand, Upright nd Square
Special attention of purohascra la Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished in designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
wm. :knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrfOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his large stock of
CHASE, GABLER, WnEELOCK, BRIGGS,
BEHNING and othor Pianos.
Tho Wonderful Self-PIaylng ZJollan Organ.
STORY & CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN
Sold on Installments, exchanged, routed,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos ana Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheot music and musical merchandise at
tbe old stand. 025 Pa. ave.
UUTJSX18 AND ItESXAVHANXa.
1105 II STREET NORTHWEST,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Permanent and transient guests, fel.d.tt
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Esoapes.
TEIU.1S-I3.00 and S4.00 Per Day.
Corner 16th and I streets northwest, ',
Opposite MoPherson Square.
H. M. OAKB.
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. G. STAPLES, into of Thousand Isl. House,
T. JAMES HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVH
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
CULT BOOB or
And you will always bave beautiful Bread
Rolls and Blsoults. Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avanue.
WM. M..OAL.T A CO.
York Avenue N. W.
reached, as 'all old builders will know at' once.
ynymnrrrwwmmt -tyn-nmm 9
eJW ffnT-t MUrs i pr ' TI VU&i-b
3?Kti MBFIf &mi& l t30
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wino has taken the picmiuin at all California oxhlblts for years.
Secure a quantity of It now.
Also a "small slock of BBANDY of 1831.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
614 Fourteenth Street N. W.
VAUI.TS, CORNER U7U AND-K STREETS. fo3r,d&3tt
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HAKE T84 OS COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just tlie stove for summer use, as the in
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLB BY- THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.
IN 10 OR 15 WROTE?,
Tho Great Pennsylvania llonfe
To the North, West and Southwest.
Doulilo Track. Bplondld Scenery.
Steel Ralls, Mafrntflcont Equipment.
In effect Maiicii 2, 1890.
Trains lcavo Washington, from station, cor
ner of Sixth nnd lists., n follows:
Fon PiTTnunfl nnd tlio West, Chicago I4m
ltcd Express of Pullman Vcstlbnlod Oars
at 10.no a m dnllri Past Lino, 10. Ml a m dally
to Columbus and St. Louis, vflth SleonlnK
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus;
dally, except Saturday, to Chicago,
with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago. St.
Louis, Culcnco and Cincinnati Kxpross, !),10
pm daily. Parlor Car Washington to liar
rlsbtirg, nnd Slooplng Cars llarrlsburg to
St. Louis, Chlcngo and Clnolnnatl, nnd
Dining Car Harrlsbnrg to St. Louis. West
ern Express, at 7.40 p m dallr.wlth sloeplng
Cars Washington to Chicago and St. Louis,
eonnrctlmr dally ut llnrrlsburg with
tlirough Sleepers lor Lomsvlllo and Mom
phis. Paelflo Ex prosi, 10.00 pm dally, for
Pittsburg and tho West, with through
sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to
DALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Kane, Cananaaigua, Roohostcr and Ni
agara Falls dally, except bunday, 8.10 a-ra.
FojiIImr. Cnnnndnlgua nnd Roehoster dally;
for Luffnlo and Niagara dully, oxoopt Sun
day, 10 00 p m, with Sleeping Car Washing
ton to Rochester.
Fon WiruAMSfonx, Look ttavon and Elmlra,
at lO.co a m dally, except Bunday.
Foil WiiLiAiisronT, daily, 3.S0 p m.
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
7.50. 0.C0. 11.00 and 11.40 am, 2.10, 3.13, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.30 pm. On Sunday, 9.00, 11.40
a m, 2 10. 1 15, 4.10, 10.00 and 11 20 p m. Lim
ited Expross of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9.40
n m dally, oxcopt Sunday, and 4.00 p m
dally, with Dining Car.
POR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fapt Em-iies3 8.10 n m wools days, and 8.10
p m dally. Accom. (J.C0 p m dally.
Fon Boston, without change, 3.13 p in overy
Ton llnooKLTN, N. Y., all through trains con
nect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklvn
Annox, alt ordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo forrlagos across
Now York city.
Ton Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m weok days,
Fon BAi.TWonB, 0.35,7.00. 8.10, 0.00. 9.40, 10.GO,
11.00. nnd 11.40 a m. 12 05, 2.10, 3.15, 3.30,4.00,
4.10, 4.20, 4.40, 0.00, 7. 10, 8.10, 10.00, and U.SO
p m. On Sunday, 9.00, o 0 10.50, 11.40 a m,
S.10, 3.15, 8.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
and 11.20 pm.
Ton pora's CiiEKisLiNE, 7.20 a m and 4.10 p m
dally, except Sunday.
Fon Anvatoi is, 7.20, 9 00 am. 13.03 and 4.50 p
in dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 0.05
n m, 4.10 pm.
In EFFrcT March 2, 1800.
Fon AtEXAirnniA 4.80, C.35, 7.43, 8.40, 9.43,
10.C7 a m, 18.01 noon, 2 05, 4.23,4.53,0.01.
8.(2, 10.05 nnd 11.37 p m; On Sunday at 4.30,
7.45,9.10,10.57 a m, 2.80, 0.01, 8.0 J and 10.03
ArcoiuioiiATioN ron Qpantico 7.45 a m and
4.53 n in wcek-dava. 7.45 n m Snmlnra.
Vi it Richmond nnd tho South-4.30, 10.57 a m
and 4.15 p m dally. Accommodation 4.55 p
Trains ioavo Alexandria for Washington
0.C5, 7.05, 8 00, 0.10. 10 15, 11.07 u m, 1.20, 3 00,
8.15, 5.10, 7.05, 9.20, 10 32 aud 11 05 p m. On
Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 3.15, 5.10.
7.C5. 9.S0 and 10 32 p in.
Tickets and Information at tho office,
noitheast corner of Thlrtoonth street and
Pennsylvania avonuo, and at tho station,
wlioro orders can bo loft for tho chocking of
baggage to destination from hotolt and resi
dences. J. R. WOOD,
Goncrnl Passenger Agent.
CHARLES E. PUGII. Genoral Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effect Deo. 29, 18S9.
Leave Washington from station corner
New Jersey avenue and C street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbuled
Limited expross daily 11:30am, express 9:30
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p ra. i
Fon PiTTBnuno and Cleveland, VestlbuIeU
Limited express dally 1U50 a m and oxpros?
B:40 p ra.
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tl0:SO
Fon Wincuesteii and Way Stations, tS.EO
Fon Luiut, 8:40 p ra.
Ton Baltimore, week days, 4 00, 5 00, 0.40.
7.20, 8.30,9 20, 9.45 (11.00, 12.00, 45 minutes),
a in, 12.10, 2 00, 2.30 (45 mluutos), 3.15(45-mln-utcs).
355, 4.25, 4 30, 4.35, 6.30. 0 20, 7.10, 7.45.
9.00, 10.30 and 11.80 p m. Sundays, 4.00, 7.20.
8.30, 9 20, 9.45 a m, 12.00 (45-minutes), 1.15,
2.00, 2.80 (45-mlnutes), 188.8.131.52,4.35, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 9 00. 10.30 and 11.30 p m.
Ton Way Stations between Washington
and Baltimore 5 00, 0.40, 8 SO, a m, 12.10, 8.25,
.IS.Wy'J"11' Sundays, 8.30 am, 1.15.
Tisains leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.43, 8 00, 8.30,
9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.00,12.15, 1.50,2.10,8.00.
4.10,4.13. 5,00, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30, 8.'!
10.20, 1053 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 8.3P,
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12 00, 12 50, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15,
5.00, 0 20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.33, 10.20, 10.23 and
Ton ANNArous, 0.40 a m, 12.10, 455 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p ra. Leavo An
napolis 0.40, am. 12.03, 3.00 p ra. Sundays.
8.87 am, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
t0.45, G10.S0 a m, 1.10 p ra for principal sta
tions only; tlO.30 a m, t4.S0 and T3.30 p m.
Fon Rockville and way statloni, 1.33 p ra,
Fon GAiTiizusiHTno and Intermediate points,
9.00 a m, tl 00, 5.85, tll.35 P m.
Fon Boyd's and Intermediate stations. t7.C0
p m. klO.Oonm.
Cudbch tuain loaves Washington on 8nn
day at 1.10 p ra, stopping at aU stations on
Fon Frederick. t0.45. tll.20 a m, T3.10, 4.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Ton Haoehstown, 111.20 a, m, and tS.SO
Thains arrive from Chicago dally 11.43 a m
and 4,05 p m; from Cincinnati aud St. Louis
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 0 50 p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. Fon New Youk, Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N. J., 4 00, 18.00, 9.20, 12.00 a m.
2.80, 4.20 and 10.30 p in. Buffet Farlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10. E0 p m, open at U.OO p m.
j. ni-nui,u ill A, livnnini ItJIUlUlLtUU
hud Chester, "4 00, 18 00, 9.20, 12.00 a m,
2.30, '4.20, 7.10 and 10.8apm.
Fon intejimediatl tointi botween Baltl
moro and Philadelphia, 15.00 and 87,20 a m,
Thains leave Now York foT Washington,
8.30, ill oo a m, 2.00, 3.20, 5.oo p m and
Tiuins ieave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, .lS, 11.10 n m,tl.85, 1.40, 0.03. 7.40
Fon Atiantio City. 1 00 a m and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12 vo noi)n.
lExcept Sunday, 'nallv. Sbundayonly.
Baggage called for und cheeked from ho
tels and rosldences by Union Transfer Co. on
oidcisieft at ticket oBices.OlO and 1351 Pa.
ave. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
t,en. iiauager. (ien. pass. Ag't.
0 Ohio Railway.
RUUTE March 2. 1S90.
Trains leavo Union Dopot, Sixth and R
streets. 10.57 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Cotnfoit and Norfolk dully. Pullman
Bullet Parlor Cars to Old Point Comfort
dally except Sundays, Anrlveln Old Point
at 0:10 pm. and Norfolk at G:40pm.
)l:.'l a m Cincinnati Expross, dally, for
stations In Vliglnla, Wont Virginia, lCeatuoky
nnd Cinolnuati, Vestibule sleepers through
without ohange to Clnolnnatl, arriving at7:3J
11:23 p m-F. F. V Vcstlbulo Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining oars run through
without cliauge to Cincinnati. Vejtlbulo
Sleeporfor Lexington and Loulsvlllo. Pull
man cars are opou to receive passengers at
O.oo v. ra.
Ofute, 513 Pennsylvaula avonuo.
H. W. H'LLBB. Pen. Pass. Agent.
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!R MEN ONLY!
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