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TIIE WASHINGTON OltXTIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APltIL 15, 1890.
Tim Cliuinplon Cornells! or tin World,
MInh liMMo (,IIIcrt can tio hoird on tho
phonograph nt Humplinn 'm Wlno Pnrlor. 115
'.thirteenth Mrecl northwest. It l the must
MOMlcrftil reproduction of tho cornet ever
In aril. The Washburn flsters' duets, suns
ly them on the phonograph, sound ns nat
ural as the human olcc Itself It lis tlio most
mmdcrful rcrroilucllon er lioanl on a
phonogiaph, and can only lo heard at tlio
I'mnk Dopro'a now song, "I'm a Conductor
tin tlic ictnlli BtrootCablo Car."
New Haven, December 13, 1SG0.
Ilio Anhcusor-lluscli Drowlng Association,
fct. Louis, Mo.:
Gentlctnon Tho Bamplo of Faust Ucer
lately r elved from you for analysis has In
ICO parts by weight tlio following composi
tion: Total solid extract 0.8S0
Carbonic acid gas ?. T3
Witter , 89.3T3
Systematic search has Culled to show tho
presence of any adullorant, nnd thocorapo-
fHlon Is very nlmtliir to that of tho Host Doer
cf JIunlchund Vienna. Yours, etc.,
8. W. iIOIINSOH,
l'rofcssor of Chemistry, Yule College
First street and Virginia avonno southwest,
ICnddon's bprlng Styles In furniture,
I'nrpots, llaliy Carriage, otc.
This Ions istablMiod Installment house,
located at 0.!0 and 0J2 Poienth street north
west, Is receiving Its full supply of all kinds
of merchandise that go to miko up a com
plete outfit for n uomfortablo rcsldonco. Ills
lcw stock of Hofrlgorntors, llaby Carriages
und Matting Is complete. You can tlud Just
wuaiyou ncco. in mis rosponMiitc store, in
cavu miccs on too inniiii
Imcnt plan, and
mako your own torms.
Uoods dolleicd on
first raytrcnt. C'ho him a call.
Uoncbton A Cn.'n ov
of Spring Uoods.
This prominent furnlturo and upholatory
slabllsnmcnt, conveniently located In tho
heart o! the city at 1216 and 1220 V stroot
nortt.wost, has just opened at Its mammoth
btoro an elegant assortment of Wuketlold baby
carriages of tho latest und most approved
appllnntcs for comfort and durability, rang
ing in prices from JU0.50 to 1V. Those goods
arc tho bot valuo yet offered this season In
Washington. They hare ulso just received a
tarload of tho pruitlost and nowest novel
tics In bed-room furniture, from $10 to $75
rer suit. Thoy are opening nn elegant assort
ment of tho nowest designs in all departments
at their magnificent omporlum of fashiou.
For Bprlng lamb and Washington drossod
Iccf go to J. K. Kelly. Ninth stroot wing.
Centro Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
ISUtXKTM I'OIt TWO.
OllUnrs Ilanley nnd Kedgruve Shot at
Whllo Arresting u Negro.
IIcn6t Herbert, the colored man
vlio made his cscnpc by jumptui: from
the van in front of tho Police Coutt
home vcckb uco, Is a tough chaiuetcr,
nml ever eiiico that lime tho oMccr.
linve been trylna to rem rest him. Last
night Olllccrs "Ilanley nnd Redgrave,
saw him on Twenty fifth street, near
M, and took lilm into custody.
While waiting for tho wagon at tho
patio! box two Miots were fired at tho
olllccis. Ono of tho bullets whizcd
close to tho head of Officer Iicdtrinvo
and passed through tho patrol "box.
Both officers aro satislled that the shoot
ing was done by some of the desperate
characters who lutebt mat neighbor
hoodkiH,hejr intention evidently was
t- 7ndJ'itborL Tho pollco hnvo
incir auspicious, ituu uhuk iney win no
able to apprehend the gullfy parties in
a short timo.
Ills Scaln Torn Oil'.
Walter Kssex, n school boy, wasteul
W y injured in front of the Amidon
School in South "Washington yester
day. He was playing In the strcot and
cither fell, or was pushed under tho
wheels of a light wagon, driven by
Arthur Marr. One of the wheels
passed over his head in such a way as
to cut off a pleeo of his scalp as huge
as a man's hand. Ho was removed to
Ids homo and attended by Drs. Ton
wick nnd Poulton. The driver siu
rendered to the pollco, hut ho was not
held, as no hlatno attached to hint for
Entcrtnlnril and Cnnod,
The surviving members of the Eighth
Battalion of District Voluntccis held a
minion at 210 Ninth stiect last night.
An excellent dinner was served, and the
occasion was iiuido tho opportunity for
(he presentation of n handsome gold
headed cnue to Mr. Chris. Dietrich by
his comrades. Mr. A. K. L. Keeso
made the presentation speech. A num
ber of bpeccht-B were made and a general
good lime indulged in.
Tho ..Old Ctutril."
Tho honorary members of the "Old
Guntd," held a meeting last night and
lrttid the following olllcers; William
fJIbsou, picsidmt, George E. Corson,
vice-prchident, William Edgar llogers,
Kcretnry, II. N. Howard, treasutur. A
committee was appointed to mako
nirangcuients for the pioposcd trip to
Eoslo'n to attend tho Grand At my en
campment theio next August.
Mr. Ilunib's InwHliucut,
Hon. Frank Hume, the well known
Washington merchant, lins bought tho
old Notcley Hall eslalo in l'lseataway
district of 1'iinco George's County,
Mil., opposite Alexandria. Tho price
paid was $7,000 and the place com
poses S3S acres. It is u complete coun
try house and farm and was for a long
time the property of tho UoIer family.
A Joundub Annlversury,
Centennial Couucil, No. -1, Sons of
Jonadab, held an anniveisary entertain
ment at Cat roll Hall last night. A
varied musical and literary programme
was presented and enjoyed by the largo
nudiencc. At tho conclusion of tho lit
erary exercises dancing was indulged
In until a late hour.
College Graduate Meot,
A number of college gtaduatcs held a
meeting last night to tako tho initiatory
fclcps toward organising a university
club in this city. Tho matter was fully
dlbcussc'd, and a meeting will be held
at the residence of l'rofossoi Cabell, on
ihc 2Sth Instant, to effect a permanent
Now duns Completed.
The gun foundry at tho Washington
Navy-Yard has completed two of tho
eight Inch guns for tho new cruiser
JlaUiuiotc, and they will bo shipped to
Norfolk ono day this wcok.
Tlio lUoier Inhibition.
'Jhlrtj eight water colors have already
been sold to eomo of Washington's lcadlug
counottbours. No pictures removed till
the close of tho exhibition. Tho V. U,
Ubchcr Art Store, U to 0 dally, till tho ICth,
Wooilcnuok a la lloston.
fitm th llotton AJurtUtr,
A woodchuck parboiled and fric
asseed is by no means to bo despised,
even by epicures.
NEW SUnUKIIAN 11A1I.W.VY.
1'romotprs or Ilio Sclicmo Uavo n Hear
ing Ilcfure the Commissioners.
Tho i romolcrs of Ilio Suburban Hall
way Company appeared before tho Dis
trlct Commlssloncis yesterday nftcrnoon
to tirgo them to mako n favorable re
port on the hill now before Concross.
Tho route of tho proposed road Is as
follows Ucgin at tho intersection of
Maryland avenue nnd First stiect east,
pass nlong tho Avenue northeast to
lloundnry street, out Itladcnsburg Itoad,
near the District line, cast and north of
Soldiers' Home, to tho vicinity of
llrightwoodj thenco to Hook Creek, to
a point near the mouth of Norris Creek,
thenco south, tending westwatdly, to l
A branch lino Is io tun from tho In
tersection of 1 street to a point near
Tcnnnllytown; thenco to tlio I'otomtc
Itivcr In tho vicinity of LMIo Falls,
enstwnnlly with tho Chcsnpcako and
Ohio Canal to the head of M street in
The incorporators ngrccd to an
tumiidincut giving the Commissioners
power to hnvo the streets and avenues
cross the tracks without appealing to
tho law, If it should be found necessary
to extend them.
H.MOUIS OI' THIS ItAZOIC.
'lit Hon llnrliors Meet Humors of
Jiiutnej ition's Mrllio.
There has born considcrablo t.ilk of n
strike among tho journeymen barbers
in this city, owing to tlio rumor that the
bosses propose to ndd an additional
hour to their timo of dally labor. Last
night tho Uoss Uatbers' Assoctalion
held a mccllng at tho shop of L. C.
Hailcy, corner of Eighth and D streets
northwest. Tho object or this meeting
was stated to bo "for the purposo of
securing unity of action among tho boss
barbers; for tho .hotter government of
the trade, nnd to promote tho 'interests
of thoso directly concerned."
The meeting of tho boss bakers was
held for similar purposes a few weeks
ago and a rather extensive lock-out
Tho meeting wns presided over by
Mr. O. A. Williams. Even' proposi
tion that was advanced brought about a
fusiladc of discussion and no definite
action wns taken on nny of them.
Another meeting will he held on Juno
o, at tho same hour nnd place, and an
effort will be mado in the meantime to
have all tho boss bathers join the
organisation, so that thoy can present
an unbroken front in the event of a
strike or other emergency.
TI11J EMANCIPATION I'AHADi:.
Arrangements Tor tlio Grcnt Celebra
tion To-morroiT Aro Complete.
Arrangements for tho grand civic and
military Emancipation Day parade and
ceremonies to take place to-morrow
have been completed nnd everything
points to a successful day for the col
ored citizens of the District. The
I made will bo formed in tlm icinity
of Seventh and K streets. Tho proccs
feicn will moo promptly at 12 o'clock
and will bo icviewed by the President
and District Commisioneis. Tlio col
ored schools havo been given n holiday
and the occasion will be n gala one.
Charles H. Maishnll ischlef of staff, and
the aides will assemble at his residence,
aOO Thiid street southwest, nt 10:!!0
1'iom the Kew Toil Vvenlng &uu.
Mr. Tattle I blaino my husband for
remembering only one-half what I say
Mrs. Tcrwilliger WcllV
Mrs. Tattle Ho blames mo for saying
twice as much to him as 1 should.
tVlint Is Homo Wltliout n House,
Is tho degraded lcw taken by a gruff old
bachelor of tho holy office of wife and
mother. And jet how many mothers and
lcs there aro who aio simoly "Aoiijc
l.ccpcrs," hotiFPliold drudges, whoso lifo Is
worked out, whllo disease Is let In, during
tho ccaseleSB round of woBuiug and scrub
bing and dusting and baking and cooking.
Tho tamo clothes nuil floors and furnlturo
and dishes uro gouo over and over until
the heart Is sick and tho body Is brokcu
with worry and discaso. Amid tills toll
nervousness begins, bad digestion, Irregu
larities of the reproductive organs, prolap
sus or other displacements, popularly
known as "fcmalo weakness," sick head
ache and a host of fcmalo complaints
follow on For all such tako Dr. I'lorce's
Fuoiito Prescription, the only remedy
sold by druirgltts, muter a ptuitiicnuaianlcc
from tho inanufactiiicrs. that It will glvo
satisfaction or money will bo refunded.
A Tennessee Girl's Nome,
Hcic Is a name worn by a colored ghl
in Western Tennescc. It was pro
nounced In a sing-song way according
to the division of the different names.
Cary-Ann Happv-Ann Ann-Elia-Sealcs
Elow.thc-Bellows Pottors-iield Hosa-Ann-Thomas.
Chronic Cough Movi
For If yon do not It may bocome con.
Bumpllvo. For Consumption, .Vein(i,
fleiiernl TrhMty nnd llaslhii JJUeusis,
thoro Is nothing like
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and
or XjIxho niiu esocin.
It la almost as palatable as milk, l'ar
hotter than other Bo-cnllod lluiulslous.
A wouderlul Ucuu producer.
IfcuN Ilio sort).
NeiihCN of Tukle
Try tho Cure,
A partlolo Is applied Into each nostril and Is
agreeable, Price, 00 oents. at Drugcists, by
mall, registered, CO conts. ELY UUOrUEItS,
M Warren St.. New York. "
Jcmut, Ilralthleet.Mottlatitfactoiy HAIR CHESStRtt.
liUsstra. HiimuTaiiiyiadkoiiuiiir.il. uikiuhtkom
biun 101 TliriL (OlilK nl Llnil UK1T, 1 UIKII II tlK.
Bld t All Dtalcrf la Tollei Oogdi, or mftltal br Ut &). b
UmJaablutfylr to, 4 UiMAvf, Ncnliu
Thore aro poor Imitations, del the genuine,
7 I 5 Market Space.
FACTS NO FICTION
Kevo'utlon in Prices every
day in Millinery, Cloaks,
Fancy Goods and Infants'
Trimmed Hats In alt the leadlnu stylos at
Trimmed Children's Mackinaw Sailors nt
Trimmed Pattern Hats reduced from 81S to
Children's Untilmmcd Mixed tints at23Q.
Ladles' Untrltnmod Hats, fiom S3, 37, 60. 73,
87 and St.
Lcchorn Hats for children In all colors.
Leghorn Hats for children, nil prices.
Ealsy Wreaths. In all colors, 13c.
Applo Illossom Wreaths, S3o.
Foigot-mc nots, S3o a dozen.
Popples, 21o a dozen.
Wreaths, Mouturos nnd Spravs, in all
the lending colors and combinations, from
Sash Hibhons, Watered, all colors, at 23o a
No. 5 Velv ct and Silk Illbbons,' at lCc a
I,aco Caps, llvo different stylos, S3c.
Infants' Cloaks, all-wool Cashmere, $i.'J3,
toaded Wraps, from Sl.M up.
Walking Coats, in Tan, Brown, Gobelin
llluo, S3 DO.
Kid Gloves and Suede Gloes,73o a pair.
ItoBUlar-mado UalbrlfMan noso, 15o or 2
pair for 23o.
Men's Itecular-made Dalhr.'gKan nose. 15o
or a pair fcr 23c.
Ladles' Colored Vests, fancy stitched, 17c.
Ladles' Llslo Yosts, fancy silk stitched, J3o.
Jerseys, Dlouscs, Children's Lord Fontlcroy
Umbrellas, In host quality Gloria, silver or
oildired handles, all now designs, for S1.50,
Parasols, In all leading colors ami styles.
Thompson's Glove fitlin,, Corsots, E stylo.
Sl.ro a pair.
Thompson's Glovo fitting Corsots, G stylo,
S1.25 per pair.
Thompson's Glove fitting Corsots, It. II.
style, 75o a pair.
Thompson's Ventilated Corsots, "So a pair.
Thompson's Abdominal Corsots, 81.23 a pair
Drapery Nets. 73c, $1 and Sl.M a yard.
Chautllly Flounclngs from SI and upward.
Swiss I'lounclngs from 43c and upward.
And ono thousand and ono other articles
loo numerous to mention at equally low
Call early tosccuro tho abovo bargains at
a pi 1,1m
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
LOUiSIRNR STATE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho Legislature for educa
tional and oharltablo purposes, and Its fran
chise rondo a part of the present btato Con
stitution, In 1870, by an overwuelvino roru-
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako place semi annually (Juno and
December), and Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS take place In each of the
other ten montrs In the year, and aro all
drawn in public, at tbo Academy of Muslo,
New Orleans, La.
"We do hereby certify that wo supervise
tho arrangomonls for all the Monthly and
Seml-Annual Drawings of the Louisiana Sta to
Lottciy Co., and In person manage and con
trol the drawings thomsolves, and that tho
samoaro conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good faith towaid all paittos, and wo
authorize tha Company to u"o this certificate,
with fac-slmlles of our signatures attached,
in Its ad crtlicmcnts."
Wo tho undersigned Hanks nnd Bankers
will pay all prl7es drawn In the Louisiana
Mate Lotteries which may bo prosentod ut
It. at. WALMSLEY, Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
1'. I.ANAUX, Pros. BtatoNat. Bunk.
A. HAi.nwi, Prcs. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAM, noHK, Prcs. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako
place at tho Academy of Music, New Or
leans, TUEbDAY, MAY 13, 1830.
rui'iTwi, 1'iirR . .
e ill a Jiiu , tituii uvuj
tCO.COO Tickets at Twenty Dollars; nalves,
$10; Quartors. $3; Tonths, S-'i
LIiT OF PRIZES.
lriHZKOF 100,0001s 100,000
1PH1ZEOP CO.OOOIS W,000
1PR1ZECOF 5 tOO Is 23,000
8 PRIZES OF 10,000 are 20,000
5 PRIZES OF S.OOOaro 23,000
23PRIZBSOF 1,(00 aro 23,000
10OPH1ZE8OF BTOaro M.000
200PR1ZESOF SOOare C0.000
W0 PHIZES OF SOOuro , 100,000
lOOPilzesof S500are no.OOO
100 Prizes of aro aro ,ooo
lOOPrizesof 200 aro 20,000
009 Prizes of S10O are 09,000
000 Prizes of 100 aro 09,000
8,131 Prizes, amounting to 81,031,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
BTFon Cum Ratzj o'r any further Infor
mation desired write legibly to tho under
signed, clearly stating your resldonoo, with
Stato, County, Street und Number. Moro
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by
your Inclosing an oavolopo bearing yenr full
AH ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Exprcs
Companies or Now York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters containing cur
New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
"REMEMDER that tho paymont of Prizes
is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL
DANES of Now Orleans, and tho tickets are
signed by tho president of an Institution
whoe charterod rights are reoognlzed in the
highest courts; therofnro, beware of all Imita
tions or anonymous sohomes."
ONE DOLLAR is thoprlco of thd smallest
prt or fraction of a tiokot ISSUED BY US In
any drawing. Anything In our name offored
for less than a Dollar Is a swindle.
Sixth Street and New
This is the lowest
jj Th"ow and be hwedI You can't (bfei
"A' Amm ITl JHAT TnuNK M- M NEESSIS.
BUY YOUR TEUIKS AID IAMEJS
-125 Bovcnlh St. N. W., no.t to Odtl-Pellows' Hall.
PAB3T BREWING CO.,
Formerly tlio Phil. Best Drewlnc Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIC.
Especially Good for Family Use.
Beneficial for Weak and Debilitated Persons.
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCH,
705 and 705 Noith Capitol blroet.
Tel cphono 273. ap3
UOTKX.H A.N1 JtJ!STAUMANXa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
403 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors In tho city. Im
JAMES H. COSTBLLO, Proprietor.
WASHINQTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarter!.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS-S3.00 and S1.00 Per Day.
Corner 15th and I streets northwest,'
Opposite MoPherson Sqaare.
H. M. CAKE,
YV WASHINQTON, D. O.
O. G. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl, House,
T. JAMES UOTKL,
SIXTH BTREET AND PENNA. AVE
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deeds for Every State
NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER.
Office Hoars, 9 to S.
1331 F Street N. W. Telephone No. Ul-3.
price good lumber has ever
ealers in Lumber
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention of pnrohasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTI8TIC STYLES,"
Flntshodln designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART.'
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prices.
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
817 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
925 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his lanjo stock of
CHASE, GABLER, wnEELOOK, BRIGGS,
BEUNING and other Pianos.
Tho Wondorful Solf-riaylng Eollan Organ.
STORY 4 CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN
Sold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, moved and stored.
Violins, Banjos and aultars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet musto and musical merchandise at
tho old stand. 025 Pa. ave.
GILT KOOB or '
And yon will always havo beantlfal Oread.
Bolls and Biscuits. Wholosalo Depot, oor
er First street and Indiana ayenne.
WM. M. QAL.T A OO.
1 CEHES 1 li
York Avenue N. W.
reached, as all old builders will know at once.- -wt,
and Mil! Work
!MMHEiin,,.EB h irTV
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wine has taken tbo premium at all California exhibits 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.
VAinTS, tOKNIIK 271U AND K STREETS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
HAKE TEA (COFFEE
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight io
thirty pcop'e. Just ihe stove lor summer usa, as iha In
stant the cook'ng is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLE BY THB
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
Street N. W.
IN 10 OR IS MHUTES.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Boiiblo Track. Splondld 8cenory
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equlpmont.
In effect March S, 1800,
Trains lenvo Washington, from station, cor
ncr of blxth and llstreots, ns follows:
roiil'iTTmmo nnd tho Wot. Chicago Limited
Kxpross of Pullmnn Vcstlhulod Cars at
10.50 n m dally: Vast Lino, 10.ro a m dnlly
to Columbus nnd St. Loulo, with Sleeping
Cars from Pittsburg to Columbus; dally,
excopt Saturday, to Chicago, with filcoplng
Car Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati Express, 3 30 n m dally.
Parlor Car Washington to Hnrrlsburg and
Sleeping Cars Ilarrlsburg to St. Louis, Chi
cagoand Cincinnati, and Dining Carllnr
tltihurgto St. I.ouls. Western Express, at
7.40 p in dally, witli SleoplngCan Washing
long to Chicago nnd St, L011U, connecting
dnlly at llnrrlsbtirgwlth through Bloopers
for I.oulslllo nnd Memphis, Paclllo Ex
press, 10 OOpmdtlly.for Pittsburg nnd the
West, with thtouph blecpcr to Pittsburg,
nnd Pltltburg to (,'tlcago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOSlAO RAILROAD.
l'on Kanr. Canandalgun, ltoohestc'r nnd Nl
ngarn Palls dally, except bunday, 8.10 am.
Fou Euir, Cnnnndnlgua nnd ttoehostor dnlly;
for BnfTnlo nnd Nlngurn dully, except Sat
tirdny.10.ro pm, with Skcplng CarWah
ington to Rochester.
Pott Wim.iamm'OIit, Lock llnvon nnd Eltnlra,
nt 10. to it m dully, except Sunday
Ton W11 1 lAMiror.T dally, 3 30 p m.
l'on Pun AiiKirniA, Now York and tho Kant,
7.S0 0.00, 11.00 and 11 40 a m, S.10, 8.15, 4,10,
10 00 and 11. SO p in. On Sundny. 0.00, 11.40
n m, a. 10, 3.15, 4 10, 10.00 and ll.so p m. Lim
ited Kxprcss of Pullmnn Parlor Cars, 0 40 a
in dally, oxcept Sundny, and I.OOpmdally,
with Lln'ng Car.
rouPiiiiAiinnilA only. Past Expross 8.10 a
in. week-days, nnd 8.10 pm dally. Accom.
Foit Boston without change, 3 13 pmovcry
Ton Bnoom.v.N, N. Y.. all through trains con
nect at Jersey Cltv with boats of Brooklyn
Annox, affording direct tranifm- to Fulton
street. aoldlng doublo ferriage across
New York tlly.
Ton An antic City, 11 40 a'm week-days,
II. SO pin dally.
Ton Haiti wokt, 0 33, 7 SO, 8.10. !) 00, 0.10. 10.50,
11 00 and 11 10 a m. 18.03,8 10, 3,15, 3.30, i 00.
4.10, 4 80, 4.10. 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 nnd tl.SO
pm. On Sunday 0 00. 0.03. 10.50, 11.10 am,
8.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0 00, 7 40, 8.10, 10.00
and ll.so pm.
Fon Pom's CnrEK Line, 7.S0 a m and 1.40 p m
dally, excopt bunday.
Fon Ann-atoms, 7.80, tl.CO a m, 12,03 and 4 20 p
m daily, except bunday. Sundays, 0.03 a
m, 4 10 pm.
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
In effect Armi, II, 1800,
AfcruiJioininu FonQ.UANTico,7.45n m and
4 CS p in wcok-days. 7. n a m Sundays.
Fon I'll ii.voKi) and tlio South, 4.30 and 10.37 a
in daily. Accommodation 4.G3 pm -wook-dajs.
Thainw leavo Alexandria for Washington,
11.03 7.05. 8.00, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07, a m; 1.20, 3.00,
8.15, 3.10. 7.05. 0.S0. 10.32 nnd !1 O'i p m. On
Sunday at 9.10, and 11.07 a m: 2.00, 3.15, 0.10,
7.05. 9.20, and 10.33 p m.
Tickets and Information at the office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth stroet and
J'cnnsylrania avenue, and nt tho station,
nrhero orders enn bo left for tho ohooklne of
haRBnRo to destination from hotols and resi
dences. J. n. WOOD.
. . General rnsEciiRcr Agent.
CIIAS. E. rton, General Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Sctcdnlo In oiroot Deo. 29, 1859.
Leave Washington from Station cornor
New Jorsoynvonuo and C street.
Fon CmcAoo nnd Northwest, Vestlbnled
Limited expross dally 11:20 a m, oxpross 9:30
l"on Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Indlanaro
Us, expross dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p m.
Fon I'lTTcnnito and Clovoland, Vostlbulod
Limited express dally 11:20 am and oxpress
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tl0:30
For. WiNcnESTin and fl ay Stations, tS.30
l'on LunAT, 8:40 p m.
Ton lUiriMoitE, weok days, 4.00, B 00, 6.40.
7.80, 8.30,0 20, 0.45 (11.00, 12 00, 45 minutes),
a m, 18.10, 2 00, 2.30 (45 mlnutos), 3.15(45-mln-utcs).
3.25, 4.23,4 30,4.35, 188.8.131.52,7.10,7.43,
9.00, 10.30 and 11.80 p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.30.
8.30, 9 80, 9,45 a m, 12.00 (45 mlnutos), 1.15,
2.00r8.30 (45-mlnntes), 3.23. 4.23,4.33, 0.20,7.10,
7.45, 9 00, 10.S0 and 11.S0 p m.
Ton Wat Stations between Washington
nnd Baltimore, 3.00, 0.40, 8 30, n m, 12.10, 3.2!,
4.83, 0 SO, 11.30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a in, 1.15.
3 25. 4 35, C.80, 11 30 p m.
Tiiains leavo Ilaltlmoro for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 0.20, C.80, 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 8.30.
9.15 and io.l5am: 12.00,12.15, 1.50,2.10. 3 00T
4.10,4.15. 5,00, 0.00, 0.S0, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,83!
10.S0, 10.23 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45, 3.30,
9.15, 10.15 a m: 12 00, 12.50, 1.50, 8.10, 4.15,
6.00, 0 20, 7.10, 7.30. 8.80, 8.35, 10.20, 10.25 and
Fon ANNArous, G.40 a m, 12.10, 4 23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Loavo An
napolis 0.40. am. 12.03, 3.50 p m, Sundays.
8.87 am, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on the Metropolitan Branoh,
r0.45, 810.30 a m, $1.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tlO.SO a m, t4.30 and ts.so p m.
Fon Rockville and way stations, 1.33 p m,
Fon GAmransnuiio and Intormodlatopomts,
9.00 a m. tl 00, 'S.SS, tll.35 p m.
Fon Horn's and lntormedlato statiflns. t7.00
Ciitrucii tuain loaves Washington on Sun
day nt 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
Fou FnKnEnicn. tB.45. tll.20 a m, 13.10, tl.30
p m. Sundays, 1.10 p m.
l'on IlAOEnsTOWN, 111.20 a. m. and t3.30
Thains arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4,05 pm: from Cincinnati and. St. Louis
daily 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m. 0 50 p m dnlly.
NEW YORK AND FIHLADELPIIIA DI
VISION. Fon New Yobk. Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N. J.. 4.00, t8.00, 9.20, 18 00 a m,
-.30, 4.20 and 'lO-SO p ra. Buffot Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tho
10.80 p m, open at 9.00 p in.
Fon PitiLADELviiiA, Newark, Wilmington
nnd Chester, 4 (X), t8,00, 9 20, 12.00 a m,
2.304.20, 7.10 and 10 0 pm.
FoiriNTEiijiEiiiATE toints between Balti
more nnd Philadelphia, t5 00 nnd $7.20 a m,
1200, 13.15 pm.
TnAius leave Now York for Washington,
8.30, 111.00 a m, J.00, 3 80, 3.00 p m and
TiuiNs leave Philadelphia for Washineton,
4.40, 8.15, 11.10 a m,tl.35, 4.40, 3.03. 7.W
Fon Atlantic Citt, l 00 am and lS.OOin.
Sundays, 4.00 a m nnd 18.IX) noon.
tExccpt Sundny. Dally. SSundayonly.
Baggago called for and ohecked from ho
tels, ui.d lesldcnces by Union Transfer Co. on
oulersleft nt tlckot offlces, C19 and 1331 Pa.
avo and nt Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CITAS. O. SCULL,
Gen, Manager. (,'ou. Pasi.Ag't.
Imi-rt ouuuuuiu 111 uucwb
ruu 1 c .March 2, 1330.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth und B
streets. 10:57 a m for Newport News. Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Pullman
Buffot Parlor Cars to Old Point Comfort
daily except Sundays. Arrrlvo lu Old Point
nt 0:10 p m. nnd Norfolk at 0:10 p m.
11:24 n m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:33
11:23 p m F. F. V. Vestibule Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without olinnge to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for I oxlngtou and Loulsvlllo. Pull
man cars aro opou to recolvo pascnors at
9,00 p. m.
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue.
11. W. HJLLKH. Qon. Pass. Agent.
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