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THE WASHINGTON OTITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APBIL 30, 1890.
Trunks, In tlrontmt Variety,
Washington mado, and a standard roputa
tlon of thirty tour ytar$, by tho clltoot tlio
city, for superiority In
btrongtb, Flno I'hiMi and Durability!
at tlio warmMomi of
James S. ToriiAM, 1811 Pennsylvania avenuo,
Factory, 18A) U street,
XV, II. Ilniighton M t'o.'n Kxtrn IUr
gains ami Inducement.
This prominent and well-known firm, at
1318 and 1830 V street northwest, will opon
to day their second special salo for only ono
week. Thclrobject will bo toulvo you tlio
beet possible bargains In flna furniture. Thl
great bargain salo Is strictly for cash Thoy
nro displaying an Immonso stock In all tlio
newest styles and grade In nutting, rang
ing In prlco from S0tn45o. Their Heed ami
Itnttan furnlturo must bo soon and oxamlnod
to bo duly appreciated, A largo as tort m out
tf baby oarrlugos, sold on tlio Installment
plan, small rush payment, balance weekly,
frco their 810 currlagea thoy aro perfect
Tlio National 8 it fa Deposit Company,
Cor. lRtti SI. ami N. V, Avunllo.
8torngo for Sllvorwaro, Jowolry. Laces,
lino Grods and valuables of ull kinds,
charges moderate, tjafoj for ront from 83 to
81C0 per annum.
New ITiven, Dooombor IS, 1633.
The Anhouscr-Busch Browing Association,
St. Louis, Mo.:
Gcntlcmon Tlio earaplo of Faust Boor
latoly rocolvod from you tor analysis has In
100 parts by wolght the following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract G.880
Carbonlo acid gas 3X5
Systomatlo soarch has failed to show tho
piosencoof any adnltorant, and tho oompo
aitlon la vory elmllar to that of tho Boat Door
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, oto ,
S. W. Johnson,
Professor of Chomlstry, Yalo Collojo.
Fir stroot and Virginia avonno sonthwost,
Tho Champion CornetUt or tho World,
Miss llosslo Gilbert can bo hoard on tho
phonograph at Humphrey's Wlno Tartars, 115
Thirteenth streot northwest. It Is the most
wonderful reproduction of tho oornot over
heard. Tho Washburn Slstors' duots, sung
by them on tho phonograph, sound as nat
ural as tho human volco Itself. It 19 tho most
wonderful reproduction ovor hoard on a
phonograph, and can only bo hoard at tho
Frank Dopro's now song, "I'm a Conductor
on tho Seventh Streot Cablo Car."
ltudilcn'B Hprlnc Styles In Furniture,
Carpets, llatiy Carriages, etc.
This long-established Installment houso,
located at WO and 93J Seventh street north
west. Is leeeivlng Its full supply of all kinds
of morobandlso that go to mako up a com
plete outfit for a comfortable residence Ills
n.ow stock of Hefrlgorators, Baby Carriages
and Matting is comnleto. You can II ml Just
what you need In this responsible Btoro. at
lash prices on tho Installment plan, and
mote yourowu torms. Moods delivered on
ist payiicnt. Give him a call.
For spring lamb and Washington drossod
I cef go to J. It. Kelly. Ninth streot wine.
Centra Market, and N. L. Market, Fiftli and
TIi'Iotck Attempt to Enter the llrentano
Some Umo last nlht an effort was
id ado to bieak into Brcntano's book
store, at tho corner of Eleventh street
ttnd Pennsylvania avenue. A jimmy
was used on tho Eleventh street door of
ihc store, and it is presumed the btirg
lnrswcrc friehtcned away before tuey
accomplished .their -work. "W. E.
a'homasof-525 Eighteenth street ic
pojWthat between 12 and 2 o'clock ho
aw a colored man acting in a sus
picious manner In that neighborhood.
A st In tine the Mevsboya,
A mass meeting for tho benefit of tho
Washington newsboys was held last
night at tho First Cnncregational
Church. Addresses weio made bv Dr.
Gallaudct.Mr. Uoosevelt, Senator Haw
ley and B. II. Warner. Mr. Iloosovclt
told of his ranch'life experience and
gave interesting episodes of a cattle-
mans oauy ute. Senator Haw ley do
ecribed the incidents In a newsboy's
life and of their capabilities. Ho also
prnlRcd the good woTk of tho society.
There was a largo uttendanco at tho
church and a collection amounting to
between $40 and $50 was taken up.
Deserted Uer Infant.
Mrs. L. A. Bllncoo, who resides at
No. 1700 L street northwest, was vis
itcd by a well-dressed colored woman,
about 23 years of ace. She asked for
the prlvllego of leaving her 2-raonths'-old
infant while she went to transact
some business n few blocks away. She
i (.'turned shortly afterward, nursed the
child and departed, saying she would
be back in about an hour. She has uot
(bowu.up yut, and Mrs. Bllneoe noil
i!cd tho police, who had the child sent
to St.- Ann's Asylum.
The Cosmos Art KxhlliltloD,
The Cosmos Club, with its usual en
terprise, has converted twp of tho largo
lot ins en (be giound floor of tho club
bouse inlo eallerles for the spting art ox
liibltion. These will be open to visitors
this and to morrow evening until 10
o'clock, and the exhibition will bo In
tbarj-'o of tho art committee, compris
ing Messrs. A. G. Healon, "W. II.
Holmes and ltush Marshall. Tho oil
and water-colors on exhibition arc all
line woiks of art.
A'pliasant cnltrtalnmcnt was given
laut evening by Messrs. Henry Doolan
and Vir. S. Lowe, at No. 015 E street
southeast, to their lady and gentlemen
f i lends. A most cnjoyablo evening
was spent by those present, who in
cluded Misses L. Garrett, A. Delano,
G. Eilchclt, E. Harding, J. Goss, A.
Daniels and brother, Mr. Stuart and a
boit of others.
Soldiers Unit Not Drink.
Commissioner Douglass has icfused
liiuior licenses to all parties beyond tho
Boundary on Seventh street on account
of the proximity of tho Soldlcis' Home,
The license, however, of tho SchcuUeti
Turk Association was renewed. It re
mains to bo seen whether Commis
fcloiicrs HIno and llobert will concur in
the action taken by Commissioner
J)lsatlKllril I.liiior Dealers,
A largo number of parties whoso ap
plications for lirjuor licenses have boon
rejected were beforo Commissioner
llobert to-day, represented by their
counsel, Messrs. Simon Wolf and C.
Mauiico Smith, praying for a reconsid
eration of the action taken by tho Com
niiseloncis. Many others appealed to
Commissioners Hiuc and Douglas.
, Tlio Co in I nc HcheuUenrest.
The twenty-flftu anniversary of the
Washington Bcheutzon Park Associa
tion will bo celebrated with a grand
demonstration, in which all other
German eocletles will participate, on
Konduy, May 19.
JJilult llobert. 1'ortnoi'a Dock. Uccr.
Trnnsnellons on llio Wellington Nloolt
Dxchnngo Notes mill Uiiattp,
Thcro was n good volume of business
transacted on tho local Slock Exchange
yesterday, but tho prices wcro In some
Instances less than had previously been
obtained. Tho convorlablo sixes
of the Washington and George
town Railroad were, however,
an exception, for $2,000,
tho highest prlco yet reached, was paid
200. At tho closo an offering to sell
was Hindu at 203.
For Columbia National Hank 182
for ilvo separate lots, aggregating -15
shares, was paid. The closing bid was
182J, the olTerine to sell at 18UJ.
For 10 shares of Ecklncton Railroad
85 was paid. Tho closing offering was
at 80, with 83 bid.
Thcro was n frco offering of
Georgetown and Tcnnallytown Hall
road stock. Four lots, aggre
gating 80 shares, brought 50 per
tliarc, the full par value. Within
a few tin s fifty shares of this stock sold
privately at 51. Tho road Is bellovcd to
bo doing a good business,
Tho sales of I'coplo's Insuranco Block
aggregated 140 shares. It all brought
5 J. Tho offering at tho closo was at 5J.
Thcro Is still a disposition to stand
aloof from Chesapeake and Potomac
Tclcphono stock. On two small offer
ings of 12 shares each tho price receded
to 71J and 70J. At tho closo thoro
was a small offering at 71,
with 70 bid. It is unreason
nblo to anticipate) a much farther de
cline in this stock for the reason that
the prosperity of tho company Is well
undctstood and tho lcccnt reduction of
dividend cannot continue for any groat
length of time, At 71 tho investment
would yield about 41 per cent, nnnually.
Thcro was but ono salo of Grnpbo
phono stock. Tho lot was 25 shares,
and it went for 18$. Thcro aro prob
ably scores of pcoplo'anxiously watch
ing this stock and wanting to buy sonic
10 shares, others larger lots, up to 500,
all cherishing tho doluslon that without
any- material advanco In the prico
they can nil bo accommodated, when
the fact is, that there is no pressure to
sell, and that all tho stock that has been
sacrificed in breaking tho market,
about 8 points since January, has
cone Into strong hands, nnd
that it would bo difficult
to buy 500 shares without matorially
advancing tbo quotations. At tho closo
tho bid was 13 and tho offering of 50
shares at 131.
A high official of tho Grapbophno Com
pany said yesterday: "I havo never sold
any of my stock, nnd do not ihtond to
sell, nnd my opinion is that It won't be
long beforo you will sco tho stock vory
For several months thcro have been
no sales of National Safe Deposit stock.
Yesterday five shares brought 250. Tho
par valuo is 100.
American Security and Trust stock
was Ices firm In price, and for 20 shares
but 40 was realized. Itcccntly sales
havo been mndo as high as 51. ThU
depression will bo brief. The company
is under ablo management, is earning
handsome profits, nnd as tbo last call
for nn assessment was for but $3 In
Mend of $10, as was customary pre
viously, this action was interpreted to
mean that, although tho nominal par Is
100. theio will be no more calls made
on thc-stockboldcrs. Tho last assess
ment brought the paid-in value up to
50 per share, making the present cap
Salvation- Oh. U at once prompt anil
reliable as a . paln-curo. Price only 23
cents a botflo.
livery caso of coujjhs or colds is curod
by Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. Price 23
Colored Sllnlntors Appointed.
At the close of the Bultimoro Con
ference of tho African M. E. Church,
at Baltimore last evening, the following
appointments weie made to churches
in this city: St. Paul's, L. II. Jack
son; Ebenczcr, D. G. Hill: Mt. Plseah,
T. G. Stewaid; Georgetown, D. G. Hill;
Shorter's Chapel, J. E. Morcland; Gar
field. M. W. Travels; Mt. Sinai, W. J.
H. Addison; Hillsdale', F. J. Peck, jr.
Drink Robert l'ortner'a Bock Beer.
sysasss. wiumt en
mW- Enjoy It.
of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phoaphltes of Umo and Soda Is
almost ob palatable aa milk.
Children onloy It rather than
otherwise. A MARVELLOUS PLE8H
PRODUCER It Is Indeed, and tlio
llttlo lada and lasslea who take cold
easily, may be fortified aaalnst a
cougli that mlsht prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion after tholr
mopls during the winter season.
licH'tt) e vf substitutions and Imitations.
For Improved und economic oookcry use
EXTRACT OF BEEF
for Iieef Tea, Soups, Hado Dlehpq, Sauco
(Qaroo, Fish. &c). Asplo or Moat Jolly, Keops
for any lenjith of time, and Is choapcr und
of finer llavor than any oilier sto:k.
Ct-iinlnn only Mill! J. ion I.lebls's
hlKiiutuio iim ulioo In blue.
Ono pound of Extract of Dec! equal to
forty pounds of lcun beef.
when apnllfil Into
tho tiotrIls, will
be absorbed effec
tho head of fatal
rkal virus, causlm.
It allays Inllammn
tlcn, piotreta the
raewhrano tf the
nasal u s a a g a s
liuila tho sores
nr.u rihiorcs bciicbb . m 7.r'cr'i7itr
of tabto and bbioII. AY FEVER
Till Tllti uuitts
A particle In appllod Into each nostril and U
airrcfablo. Trice. DO ocnta. at Drurolats, by
mall, registered, CO oenta. BLY llHOTUUIttj.
M Warren 6t., Now York
tftxwM, Healthiest, Mt Butlsrutonr HAISPRESSIIO.
OlUUU. Villi MIT 6HIM .! MM.KIUbK. WUUUWKlll
H.iuro lortiiu V luuiu mi umu uiiit. huku iuik.
Oftil nttJtri o Tetlct Oowli, or iaalltl If m for uoc b
'uBurtU Co, u Ur.ATnr. Men Y-trb
f) A ji-s)
A 1IIO HASH,
Scvcnty-FIvo 1'ounils of
I'luli on I'reo
Tlio largest bass ever caught In tbo
Potomac Itlvcr Is on exhibition In front
of dcorgo W. Driver's establishment,
No. C05 Pennsylvania avenue, Tho
beauty is encased in n frozen monu
ment of cryslal Ice, two feet square,
seven feot high and weighing nine hun
dred pounds. Tho fish Itself Is noarly
six feet In length and tips tho scales at
seventy flvo pounds. It was hauled In
wllh hook and lino by Captain David
Johnson, ono of tho oldest piscatorial
artists on tho Potomac, near the mouth
of tlio river.
This mammoth bass Is n groat curios
ity, and Is attracting crcat crowds to tho
vicinity of enterprising Mr. Driver's
place. On Frldav, from 12 to 8 p. m.,
tho big bass will bo served as lunch for
tho patrons of tho houso. Tlio latest
Improved Edison talking machlno Is
nlso attracting not only gentlemen, but
ladles as well. No charge Is inado for
hearing the magical concerts rendered
HIS IDEA OF WOMEN.
Wlint ii Prominent Kncllsh Author
Thinks of American I.uillonA (Join
purlson With Jhiropenn Qlrls,
A well-known English author, who was
recently In tho United States, was ontor
talncd by a gentleman anil lady of woalth,
residing on Fifth Avenuo, Now York. lu
tho course of tho dinner tho conversation
turned upon American women, when tho
English gentleman eald:
"Nowhoro in America do you find such
complexions nnd nowhero such hoalth as
wo sco In tho faces nnd forms of English
rrls. I have noticed this lu ovory city that
havo visited. American Indies look
tired, weak, faded. Thoy lack color and
they lack life. Existence seems a burden
to them, not a pleasure. You In America
do not notlco It, becauso you aro hero,
wlillo I can sco It very plainly."
Wo may say that this English author was
prejudiced, was conceited, was bitter, but
wo cannot say that ho was wrong.
ArnerlcaH ladies nro not so Btronc, so
healthy, so brilliant as thoy should be.
Their comploxloiiB nro not so clear, nor
their eyes eo bright as could bo desired.
Doubtless tbo cltinato has something to do
with this, but it is unquestionably truo
that, by proper caro and a Judicious use of
the right means, theso things can bo over
come Any lady who fccla tired, de
spondent or weak, can readily ovorcomo
theso troubles by a proper use of a llttlo
puro whiskey taken In water. Bear In
mind, howover, that It should bo tho best
whiskey, as anything clso Is Injurious, and
also remember that tho best physicians and
chemists In America unhesitatingly declaro
that Duffy's Puro Malt has no equal. Tho
effect of this whlskov Is to build un tho
system, to Improvo tho comploxlon and to
give onguincss anu vigor in tuo piaca or
weakness and languor. It Is being used
by tho leadiug ladles in tho land, and its
popularity provos Its valuo.
I'll 11 u re of n Jewolcr.
An assignment for tho benefit of his
creditors was mado to-day by Mr. Frank
M. Lewis, the jeweler, No. 1215 Pennsyl
vania avenue. Mills Dean was made
assignee. Tbo assets and liabilities
have not yet been determined.
What Bock Beer is tho best In Washing
ton? Of courso Kobert Portnor's Bock.
NOW OOINQ ON,
Will Continue for a Short Time Only at
924 SEVENTH ST.,
BETWEEN I AND K STREETS.
Tho rccont failure of tho largest clothlnc
firm of Koston, Jlass , has plated their stook
In tho hands of tho creditors, who have de
cided to sacrifice tho Barao so as to convert It
into cash within a short tlmo. Thoy have
shipped tho cm ire stock to Washlnston and
have Instructed their aeonts to sell tha stock
at ictallat about 60 couts on tho dollar. Bear
In mind, this stock Is of this season's manu
facture and was mndo for the finest Boston
trodo, nnd wo positively Guarantee every
carmcr.t to bo perfect In stylo, fit and work
ir.ai.shlp. An luspcctlon of this btock will
convince you that tho above are facts.
NOTE SOME OF THESE PRICES.
1740 pairs Men's Pants at Mo; formcrprioe. $1.
1200 pairs Men's I'ants at 7Bc; " 81.0)
71.0 pairs Men's Dross Pant?, $1.50; former
7C0 pairs Men's Flno DroBS rants, 82; formor
prlco, 84 60.
1CC0 pairs Men's Extra Flno Dress I'ants, 83:
worth to so
Large lot of Tallor-Mado Fantsat 81, 81.60
and $5, worth 810.
CC0 Men's Every Day Suits, 82 60; formor
CM Men's Uusluoss Suits, SI; former prlco,
1010 Yen's Hotter Quality Buslnoss Suits,
80.60; former prlco, 811
K0 Men's Eonlng Suits, 88.t0; formor prloo,
600 Men's Dress Suits, $10 and US, worth
Boys' Suits, Long Pants, at 31.S0, worth S3.
' " a.to. " 85 60
" " " " 4 00. " 8 00
" " " " i 57, $8 and
$10, worth doublo,
Children's fcults at 75o. 81.S3, 1,75, S'J.50, S3,
84 nnd to, worth doublo.
Knco I'ants, SJoand upward.
Included in this Block Is a large lot of Flno
rants, mado to order, for S3, 810 and $V1; also
Fine Suits In Sacks, Cutaways and Prince Al
berts, which wore made to moasarc at $'15,
Sio and 845, which you can buy at 10 nor com.
of their real valuo. A full lino of Light und
lleay 0eioonta, which will bo paorlflood.
Bear In mind ovory carment must bo as ron
retcuttd or wo refuud your money within
1 his Oroat J200.000 Salo will contlnuo for a
short tlmo only at
924 Seventh Street,
BETWEEN I AND K STIIEETS.
Store open till 9 p. m. Saturday;, 11 p. m.
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo found at 410 jotlut. n. w. Specialties
In Furniture; Mattresses and Spring Beds
mndo to order. Furniture and 1'lcturos se
curely packed and sblppod
flood Wire Mattress J2.M
40-1'ound Hair Mattress 87.60
J. T. HSHFORD,
416 TENTH 8T.N.W.
715 MARKET SPACE. .
In White and Black, at
Our Buyer has just returned from Now York, whero ho bought nn
Imiiorler'B Entire Btock of LEGHOHN HATS.
Wo oiTcr theso Hats to tho public at greatly reduced figures from
what Ihey can be purchased elsewhere.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. i
Leghorns at 93c, worth $ 1 .75.
Leghorns at 93c, worth $2,
Leghorns, Best Manilla Braid,
At 93c, worth $1.75.
Lenox Hill Leghorns at $1 .75, worth $3.
OUTING JACKETS AND BLAZERS.
Kcccivcd a Lnrge Lino of OUTINO. JACKETS and BLAZERS.
Also LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS nnd WINDSOR TIES.
E. A. STIEBEL, Proprietor.
Paper Supplies ani Station;.
920 F STREET N. W.,
WA8HINQTON, D. C.
Oim riiESSES aro of tho latest and most
Improved stylo. Our assortmontof typos H
larco und wo aro continually adding to our
, oaiids; '
&c, &o, &c.
In fact, everything that a business man needs.
onUHCHES AND SCHOOLS
Will find all tlio modern laces of typo In our
largo variety, sultablo for tbelr stylo of work.
Tickets. Programmes, Journals, Coupon
Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodgers
Wo would specially call attention lo our
facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds,
Bouds and Hortgagos.
OUR POSTEK room Is reploto wl Hi a variety
of ' large'1 typo, sultablo for this class of
In all Its branohos. OUR BINDERY Is fitted
with tho latest styles of book-folding and
wlre-stltchlng maohlno3 and Is thcreforo
capable of competition with any of tha largo
ow York houses.
BEST OF WORK AT THE LOWEST POSSI
i'GILL & WALLACE,
1107 Street Korllmoiit.
Tho Oldest Established Printing House Id
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
A Special Line of tho Latest Novoltlos In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Dance Pro
grammes, etc., with Euvolopos to Matoh,
L1IQAL WORK A 8PKOIAXTV
And Every Kind of Book Frintlng
Executed and at Lowest Rates.
TELEPHONE CALL. G63-2.
Chartered by Spoclal Act of Congress,
JANUARY 23, 1887.
RENTING OF SAFES,
IN ITS BURGLAR AND FIRE-PROOF
Contained In its FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
N. E. Cor. 15tli Street and New York Ave.
OPPOSITE U. S. TREASURY.
OFFICE HOURS. 0 A.M. TO 4 P.M.
Grand, Upright and Squars
Special attention ot parobasera is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished in designs of
"UIGUE8T DECORATIVE ART,"
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Second-band Pianos at All Prloes.
Wm. Knajbe & Co.,
817 Market Space,
Wo hereby announco to tho publto that wo
I ho members of thoSyndlcato must positively
closo out S20.0C0 of our onormous stock of
clothing for tho bonoflt of Mr. A. Sustlo, who
Is obliged to withdraw from the Arm on ac
count of his health. Wo havo doolded to closo
out this amount of goods In tho noxt
This sale will positively not commonco
TWENTY-FOURTH DAY OF APRIL,
AT 0 O'CLOCK.
Ibis is neither a uro, asslgnoo's, creditors'
nor bankrupt sale of cheap, shoddy trash,
but a strictly legltlmato bona-fide salo, car
ried on by responsible persons, who do not
ulbhtorob peoplo by giving cheap, shoddy
goods and charging exorbitant prices. Theso
prices speak for thomsclvos:
Fanoy Worsted Pants, 07c; positively worth
Men's Evonlng Pants, all wool, S1.0J, worth
Men's Dross Pants, S2.20; worth S3.
Men's Suits, S4.25; worth 89.
Men's All-Wool Sorgo Suits (bluo and
brown), 83.02; worth 812.
Men's Dross Suits, S8.23; worth 817.
Men's Real Fino Pilnco Albort Suits, 811.01;
GOODS NOT SATISFACTORY, MONEY
RKl'UNDEl), at lho Largo Thro3-Story (Rlloy
Corner of Ninth and E Streeis H, W.
PAB3T BREWING GO.,
Formerly tho rhll. Best Browing Co.,
THE "BEST" TONIO.
Especially Good for Famllv Use.
Beneficial or Weak and Dominated l'orsons.
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCH,
703 and 705 North Capitol Street.
Tclcphono 273. ap3
And yon will always havo beautiful Broad.
Rolls and Biscuits. Wbolosalo Depot, cor
ner Flrat street and Indiana avenuo.
WM. M. QAL.T ft GO.
IIOTEZS A.NH mSHTAVJlANXa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors In tha city. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO, Troprlotor.
' f 827-00
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Four Iron Flro Escape
TERMS-S3.00 and Il.oo Per Day.
Corner 15th and I streeis northwest.;
Opposite MoPherson Bquaro.
H. M. CAKE,
..., WASHINGTON, I). O.
0. 0. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
OT, JAMBS HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AYSi
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
If IT IT D UfHnET
v LLiAnur r
Main Store, 916 7th St. Branches, 1221
Pa. Ave. and 411 7th St.
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15
Sixth St. and New York Aye. N". "W.
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This is tbc Lowest Prico Good Lumlior has over reached; as nil old
buildors will know at once.
JUIBBEY, J3ITTINGER & MILLER
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
Wo call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
lhls Wine has taken tho premium at all California exhibits for years,
Secure a quantity of It now.
Also a small slock of BBANDY of 1881.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAIJIrS, ' OHKEIt 27111 AND K STREETS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
MAKE TEA 03 COFFEE IN 10 OR 15 MIHDTES.
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer us, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLE BV THB
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest;
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BUY YOUR TRUNKS AUD HARNESS
435 Seventh St. N. W.,
Street N. W.
noxt to Odd-Follows' Hall.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo
To the North, West and Southwest,
Doublo Truck. Splendid Bccnory.
tttccl ltntls. JiuRninccnt Equipment
In effect Mjtncu S, 1830.
Trains lcnvo Wnslilnplon, from station, cor
ner of Blxthnml 1! streets, na follows:
VonriTTsnono nnd tlio WoJt, Chicago Limits!
Vxiiroei of l'ullman Vcstllmled Cars nt
lO.&On m dally; Fast Line, 10,W)n m dally
to Columbus nnd at. Louis, with Ulooplnir
Cars from I'Htsburir to Columbus; dally,
excopt tJaturdoy, to Chicago, with slooplna
Car Altoona to I'IiIcbko. St. Louis, Chlonno
and Cincinnati Kxpross, 3.30 p m dully,
l'nrlor Car Washington to llarrlsburir nnd
Sleeping Cars Ilanlsburtr to 8t Louis, Chi
cago and Cincinnati, nnd Dlnlntr Car liar
rlsburg to SI. Louis. Wostern Kxpress, at
7.40 p in dally, with Sleoplng Cars washing
tnnip tn Chlcfiiro nnd St. Louis, onnnnnflni?
dally at Harrlsburg with through Sleepers
for Louisville nnd Moniphls. l'nclflo Kx
press, 10.00 p m dtlly, for Pittsburg, nnd tho
West, with throuoh Sleeper to 1'lttsburg,
nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALT1MOHE AND FOTOMAC nAILHOAD
For Kank. Canandalgtia, Itochostor and Nv
ngnra Falls dally, excopt Sunday, 8.10 am,
Fon Emic. C'anandalgua and Itochester dally;
for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxoopt Sat
urday, 10.no p ra, with Sleoplng Car Wash
ington to Iloclicstcr.
Fon WiLtiAJisronT, Look Havon and Elmlra,
ot 10, BO a m dally, oxcopt Sunday.
Fon WitUAiisronT dnllv, .80p m.
Fob 1'nu.Anni.rmA, Now York and tho East,
7.S0 9.00, ll.oo and 11 40 a ro, 2,10, s.15, 4.10,
10.00 nnd 11.20 n m. On Sunday. 0.00, 11.40
a m, 2.10, 3.15,4 10, 10.00 and 11.00 p m. Lim
ited Fxpross of Pullman Parlor Cars, 0 40 a
m dally, except Sunday, and 4.00 p m dally,
with Dining Car.
Ton Piiiladeu'iiia only. Fast Exnross 8.10 a
m. week-days, nnd 8.10 p m dally. Acoom,
FonDosToH without chango,3 15 pmovery
Fon BnooKLrn, N. Y all through trains oon
neot at Ji-rsey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferriage across
Now York City.
Fon Atlantic Citt, 11 40 a m wcok-days,
11.20 pm dally.
Fon DALTI JIOUK, 0 35, 7.20. 8.10. 0.00, 0,40, 10.50,
11 00 and 11 40 a ra, 12 05,2 10, 8.15, 3.30, 4 00,
4.10, 4.20, 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8 10, 10 00 nnd 11.20
p ra, on 8undny 0 00. 0.05, 10.50, 11.40 u m,
2.10. 8.15, 8.80, 4.00, 4.10, 0 00, 7 40, 8.10, 10.00
and 11.20 pm.
Fon Pom's Cheek Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p m
dally, oxcopt bunday.
Fon ANNAroLis, 7.20, 0.C0 a m, 12,05 nnd 4.20 p
m daily, excopt Sundny. Sundays, 0.05 a
m, 4.10 pm.
WASHINGTON SODTnEBN RAILWAY.
In off cot ArniL 20, 1890.
Fon ALEXANnniA. 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 0.45,
10.67 n m, 12.01 noon, 2 05. 4 25, 4 55, 0 01, 8.02.
lO.t'B and 11 .37pm. On Sundny at 4.30, 7.45.
9.45, 10 57, a m, 2.30, 0 01, 8 02, and 10.05 p m.
Accommodation ron QtiANTico,7.45a m and
4.65 p m v eek-days. 7.45 a m Sundays.
Fon liiru jk.nd and tho South, 4.30 and 10.67 a
in dally. Accommodation 4.55 pm wook-
TnAiK lenvo Alexandria for Washington.
0.05 7.05. 8.C0, 0.10, 10.11. 11.07, a m; 1.20, 3.00
3.60, S.10, 7.C5. 0.20. 10 87 and 11 05 p ra. On
Kunday at 0.10. and 11.07 a tn; 2.00, 3.E0, 5.10,
7.05, 9.20, and 10.37 pm.
Tiokets nnd Information at tho offloo,
northoast corner of Thirteenth streot and
Pennsylvania avenuo, nnd nt the Btntion,
where orders enn bo left for tho cheeking of
baggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. R. WOOD,
nn.n .,Genoral Passenger Agent.
CnAB. E. ruon. General Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schcdulo In offeot Deo. 20, 1889.
Leavo Washington from Station corner
New Jersey avenuo and C stroot.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vostlbuled
Limited express dally 11:20 a m, express 0:30
Foh Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 pin.
Ton PiTTsnuno and Cleveland, Vestlbulod
Limited expioss daily 11:10 am and express
Fon Lexinoton and Local Stations, tl0:30
Fon Winchester and Way Stations, t5.S0
Fon LrnAT, 8:40 p m.
Foit BALTiMonE, week days, 4.00, 5.00, G.40.
7.20, 8.30,9 20, 9.45 (11.00. 12.00, 45 minutes),
a in, 12.10, 2 00, 2 30 (45 minutes), 3.15(-mln-utcs).
3.25, 4.25,4 30,4.35, 18.104.22.168,7.10,7.45,
9 00, 10.80 and 11.30 p m. Knudays, 4.00, 7.2o!
8.30, 9 20, 9.45 a tn. 12.00 (I5mfnutes) 1.15,
2.00, 2.80 45-mlnutos), 8.23. 4.25,4.33, 0.20,7.1o!
7.45,9 00, 10.30 and lilsopm. -"'"
Fon Way Stations betwoon Washington
and Baltimore, 5 00, 0.40, 8.30, a in, 12.10, 3.25.
4.35, C.20, 11.30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 a in, 1.15.
3 25,4 35,6.20,1130 pm. '
inAii,s leave iiammoro ror Washington.
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12 00, 12.50. 1.50, 2.10, 4.15.
5.00, 6 20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30, S.35, 10.20, 10.23 and
Fon Annatolii1, G.40 a m, 12.10, 4.25 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leave An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays.
Fob Stations on the Metropolitan Branob,
tO.45, 10.30 a m, 1.10 p in for principal sta
tions only; tlO.SO a m, t4.S0 and t3."J0 p m,
Fon TtocKvii.LE and way stations, 1.35 p m,
Fon GAiTiiERsncnu nnd Intormodlate points.
9.00 n m, tl CO, 5.33, tll.85 p m.
Fon Bora's and Intermediate stations, t7.M
p m, 410.000 m.
Cimncn train loaves Washington on Son
day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
Fon Frederick. t6.45. tll.20 a m, t3.10, t4.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Fon IlAGEttHTOWN. 111.20 a. m. and t3.30
Trains nrrlve from Chicago dally 11.45 a m
and 4.05 p m; from Cincinnati nnd St. Lonis
daily 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a m, 0 50 p m dally.
NEW YOIiK AND PHILADELPHIA DI-
For New York. Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N. J.. H.00, t3.00, 9.20, 1S 00 a m,
2.30, 4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains, bleeping Car on the
10.30 p ra, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon PiiiLADEi.rniA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester, (4 00, t8,00, 9 20. 12.00 a m.
2.30, 4,0, n.lO and lO 30 pm.
Fon ii.TEnj.ED.ATE roiNTs botween Balti
more and Philadelphia, t5.00 and 57.20 a m,
12 00, 13.15 p ra.
voTn?-"?8 T:EiVE New York for Washington,
8.30, tl .oon m.OO, J.so, S.oo p m and
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, S.IS, 11.10am,tl.35, 1.40, 8.05. 7.40
FonATJANTicCiTT, .oo a mand 18.00 m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12.00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. Dally, JSundayonly.
Baggage called for and chocked from ho
tels and lesldeucos by Union TransforCo. on
oidersleft nt tiekot oQIces,(119 and 1351 Pa.
avo. nnd at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Mnnagor. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Sobodulo lu offect
afnruli 2. 1R0O.
Trains leavo Union Denot. Mth nml B
streets, 10:57 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort und Norfolk dally. Airrlvoln
Old Point at 8:10 p in, and Norfolk at 0:10 p m.
llrtl a m Inrlnnutl Express, dally, for
stations in Virginia, West Virginia, Konfuoky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleopors through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7:35
11:25 pm-F. P. V VustibuloLlmltod, dally,
solid trains with dining oars run throuso
without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Loxlngton aud Loulsvlllo. Pull
man cars are open to rocelvo passongors at
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue.
H. W. FULLKK, Gen. Pass. Agent.
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9.15 and 10.15 am; 12.C0, 12.15, 22.214.171.124.3.00.
4.10,4.15. 5,00, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30 8.35
10.20. 10J25 and 11 n. m. Knnrtflrj n nn ?d". a qn
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