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THE WASHINGTON C1UTIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 5, 1890.
Jrtinkn, In Urontcst Variety,
Washington mailo, and n Rtnmlnrd reputa
tion of thirl) four venrt, by tlio ollloot tho
tlty, for superiority In
Strength, lino Finish ami Durability,
at tho waroroomi n
Jajic H. Topiiav, lill PcnniyUanla luontto
Factory, 1320 a Btrcct.
New IIaven, Decombor 15, 1839.
Tho Anhcusor-Buscli llrowlng Association,
ft, Louis, Mo.:
Oontlemon Tho samplo ot Faust Bcor
lately received from you lor analysis lias In
100 parts by wolght tho following composi
tion: Total solid oxtract C.330
Alcohol.. ,, ,,,,, 3.190
Carbonic acid km e. r5
Systematic search has failed to show tho
presencoof any adulterant, and tho oompo
sltion Is very Blrallar to that of tho Host lleor
of Munich and Vienna. Yours, etc.,
Trotossor of Chomlstry. Yale CoIIogo.
Fir street and Virginia avenno southwest,
W, II. Houghton .V Co.' llxtn. liar
Rains nnil Inducements,
ThN prominent and woll known firm, at
1.J18 and 1220 F street northwoHt, will opon
to day their second special sale for only ono
week. Thelrobjcct will bo to give you tho
best possible bargains In lino furniture. This
great bnrglf salo Is strictly for cash. Tlioy
are displaying nn Immense stock In all tho
newest styles and grades In nuttings, rang
ing In prlto from so to 15c. Tholr llccd and
Itnttan f urnlturo must bo seen and oxamlnod
to be duly appreciated. A largo as.ortraont
cfbaby catriugos, sold on tho Installment
plan, small cash payment, balanco weekly,
t-co their $10 carriages they aro perfoet
The National Salo Deposit Company,
Cor. 10th St. nnd N. Y. Avenuo,
Storago for bllverwaro, Jowolry. Lacos,
Fine Goods and valuables of all kinds.
Charges modcrato. Safos for rent from S5 to
8100 per annum.
Kuildcn'n Bprlnc Styles In Furnlturo,
Carpets, llaliv CnrrlnceB, oto.
. This long established Installment houso,
located at 0J0 and 034 SovontM stroot north
west, Is receiving Its full supply of all kinds
or merchandise that go to inako up a com
plete outfit for a oomfortablo rosldonco. Ills
new stock of Jlofrlgorators. Baby Carrlagos
and Matting Is completo. You can Und Just
what you need In this responsible, store, nt
cash pilcos on tho Installment plan, and
mako your own torras. Goods delivered on
i.rst payment. Gholilm atall.
The Champion Cornetlst ot the World.
M!ssBosIo Gllbcit can bo heard on tho
phonograph at Humphrey's Wine Parlors, 113
Thirteenth strcot northwest. It Is tho most
vondcrful reproduction of tho cornet ever
beard. Tho Washburn bisters' duets, sun.;
by thorn on tho phonograph, sound as nat
ural us tho human volte Itself. It Is the most
wondorful reproduction over heard on a
phonograph, and can only bo heard at tho
Frank Dcpro's now song, "I'm a Conductor
on tho fcexenth btroetC'ablo Car."
For 6prlng lamb and Washington drossod
beef go to .1. K. Kelly, Ninth stroot wing,
Centre. Market, and N. L. Market, Fifth and
THE 1'UISLIC SCUOOLS.
An IJIoqiiant I'lon in Tholr ISehuir by h
Rev. T. S. Hamlin, D. D pastor of
tbc Church of the Convcunnt, referred
in his admiiablc discourse yesterday
on "Illiteracy and tho Secularization of
Education" to social nnd civil equality.
He deprecated the fact that caste had
feo largely entered into social affairs,
and he was ashamed to say In the
Chinch. Ho made nn earnest and
eloquent plea for the public schools, in
which he bald the sou of the black
smith and iho son of the raiiioad presi
dent aro taught side by side, and whero
Plains and industry ure of more value
than wealth or largo bank accounts.
He wanted the colored people educated,
whom long years of slavery, he said,
had left in an ingor.int and degraded
Scientific ISoxtiiK Matches,
"If you want to sec scientific and
clever boxing matchos, go to Kernan's
Theatre this week." Thus spoke a
well known local sporting man this
moinincr. The contests will bo between
Jack Fogarty and Jlminv Hyan and all
comers. Fogarty fought a terrific
battle with .Tack Dcmpscy, while Hvan
and the "Nonpareil" fought to a draw
twice. Both men are Ihoioughly scien
tific and -well trained, nnd promise to
do some pi ctty work. Some of "Wash
ington's well-known local spancrs have
declined their intention of worsting
these champions if possible. In addi
tion to others to night n trial is prom
ised by an athletic AVashingtonian,
who icfuscs to disclose his identity.
I'roin Aide's bunny Clime.
Ittv. A. C. Good, an experienced mis
sionary to Afilca, addressed the congic
nation of the Fourth Presbyterian
Chinch tftlec yesterday on his work in
that lai away country and the need for
mote missionaries there. Tho address
was full of histoiic interest, and Jlr.
Good f onvinred his hearers that in
creased missionary work in Africa
would bring about excellent results.
Good Templar KIccllou.
Clements Lodge, I. O. G. T., ha3
elected the followint' ofllcers: 11. A.
Dlnsmore, chief templar; Mrs. W. A.
Hebard, vice templar, 3Irs. Julia
Hodges, superintendent J. T.; L. J.
Yeagcr, recording secretary; W. A.
Hebaul, financial secictary; Mrs. J. B.
JIahoney. treasurer; Mrs. Zurhost,
chaplain, Mr, Pierce, marshal; Mrs.
Tr. Neil, guaid; Mis. Clark, sentinel.
Uo la Known Hero.
Colonel James Harper, who recently
hoisewhippcd Colonel Davis in Georgia
nnd who has been challenged to fight a
duel by the latter, resided in Washing
ton for many years, and for a whilo was
in tho proof-ioom of the Government
Union Temperance Meetings.
It has been decided to hold union
Good Templar temperance meetings as
follows Minnehaha, May 20; Perse
verance, May Ul; John 15. Finch, June
17, and Star of Hopo, July 10. A hub
committee will arrango a programme
foi the first meeting;
Knights OIT Tor ILiltlmore.
This forenoon a number of "Washing
ton Knights Templar left for Baltimore
to paitieipatc In tho centennial celebra
tion of Maryland Commandery, No. 1,
today and to-moirow. Tho Third
Ailillcry and National Guard bands ac
companied the Knights.
Howard University Alumni.
Under the auspices of the Howard
I'nivcisity Alumni Association George
W Cable will deliver a lecture at tho
First Congregational Church on the 10th
instant. Tho association havo decided
to give an annual dinner at an caily day.
New l'ostal Station,
A station, of tho Washington Post
office, with money order and registra
tion facilities, will bo established May
10 at tho southwest corner of Fourteenth
and Btoughton Btroeta northwest, to bo
AltUI!IUSU01, IltlSI.ANU'S S15KMON.
l'ralso for lite Negroes There Is No
A large congregation assembled in St.
Augustlno's Church yesterday forenoon
nnd listened to AichbUhop Ireland's
sermon on "Soctal Equality," as appli
cable to the colored people He said at
all times he enjoyed tho privilege of
speaking to his colored fellow cltlens,
for In them ho saw a people seeking to
obtain their richls. Ho held that thcro
was no such thing as a "color lino" ex
cept In tho minds of those whoso intel
lects were clouded by unjust reasoning.
The solution of tho race question was
that they should look ono another lu tho
face as members of tho same family,
children of the samo God, nnd all living
under Iho same teachings of religion,
reason, nnd virtue Because of the sim
ple accident of color It did not follow
that they were to be treated oil illitcrent
lines religiously and socially.
In Inter days the Church hid taught
in all places that eacli man was a child
of God, that he must lccoguizo every
other muti ns n child of God, and his
equal, nnd unlcs they did they could
not be rccognlcd by the Father of All
as their Father.
In splto of certain men in Congress
"who babbled nbout tho colored man
and talked sheer nonsense." thedaywns
near at hand when justice would bo
done. God's hand was uplifted in be
half of the coloiod people. In conclu
sion lie said the Catholic Church was
tho first to take the colored people under
MIIIMOltlAL, DAY AUIIANOEMKNT3.
Congressman llnutello tho Orator Tho
National Guard Tendered,
At a meeting of the executive com
mittee of the G. A. B., Department of
the Potomac, on Satuiday evening, to
perfect arrangements for Decoration
Day, it was recommended that Con
gicssman Clmiles A. Iloutcllc of Malno
deliver tho oration and Colonel De
Witt C. Sprague the poem.
Tho ceremonies at the Soldiers' Homo
Cemetery will bo in charge of Senior
Vice-Department Commander Faunco,
and those at the Congressional Ceme
tery In chaigc of Junior Vice-Department
On Sunday prcecdlng tho 30th Inst,
the department officers will attend me
morial service at Hamline Church,
when Bov. Dr. Nnylorwill preach. The
District National Guard has been ten
dered by General Ordwny as an escort
to the G. A. R. The public school
children were asked to contribute
flowers, and Mrs. R. E. Ferre was made
chairman of the ladies' Memorial Day
THANK K. WilKD,
A Visitor Describes Ills Appearance
lie la Sadly Changed.
"I called at the jail last Sunday,"
said a well-known citizen ton Cnrno
reporter, "and saw Frank Ward for the
Hut time since his incarceration. I
never saw such a complete wreck In all
my life. He is a mere shadow of his
former self. His eyes are heavy and
dull and his general appearance is that
of a man who has lost his last friend.
This latter Is not a fact, however, for
the reason that not a day passes that
some one of his fiicnds docs not call
and offer sympathy. His noble wife
and little son, "Frank, aic also at his
side every day. I don't understand
why the authoiitics have not called his
case before this. Unless they try him
soon, it is my candid opinion they will
not try him at all."
"Why not? Will he die?"
"That Is just It. I don't believe the
poor fellow can undergo another year's
A DANGEROUS IIUII.DINO.
Fears that Jt Will Collapse and Cause
Bcpoits gained circulation yesterday
that the building at Nos. -103 and 407
Seventh street, which was so badly
damaged by fire on Friday morning,
was in ndangeious condition and liable
to colapso at any time The flist alarm
was given out by Fritz Tredc who was
fearful that in tho crush, should it
come, his bulldint would be damaged to
a considerable extent.
Chief Paris and Building Inspector
Entwislc made a thorough investiga
tion and came to the conclusion that
the building was so badly gutted that
It was liable to fall at any moment.
Steps will immediately bo taken to
cither brace up or tear down that part
of the structure considered dangerous.
A Knightly Performance.
T.awienco Eddlngcr's melodrama, "A.
Knight of Labor," will bo given at
Lincoln Hall to-monow evening. Tho
author deals with the labor questions of
the hour, including the eight-hour
movement, with a clever plot Imcr
woven. Tho following well known
artists have been engaged: D. C.
Bangs, James M. Lackey, Felix E Ma
honey, Thco. F. Friebus, jr., Arthur
E. Middle-ton, Hans F. Robert, Tony
Brega?I. Joseph P. Cullum, John
Ciecny, Miss Etta McLimlen anU Miss
Alice Henderson. The play is pre
sented undci tho auspices of Loc'il As
sembly. No. 04.10, K. of L. Box- office
opens to-monow at 10 a. m.
Mrs. Trlpn's Funeral,
The funeial of the late Mis. Corlnnc
Williamson Tripp took place yestci
day afternoon from tho Protestant
Episcopal Church of tho Ascension.
The funerol seimon was preached by
tho rector, Rev. Dr. Elliott. Tho pall
bearers were Messrs. D. R. McKee, S.
V.White. D. A. Chambers. A. A.
Browne G. L. Russell, W. II. Dennis,
General Bussey and General J. K. Me
Cammon. Interment was mado at
Rock Hill Cemetery. Mis. Tripp was
tho wife of a well-known lallroad of
ficial of Chicago and tho daughter of
Gcneial Williamson of this city.
A Dastardly Act.
On bunday night as a Baltimore and
Potomac passenger train was passing
into tho Navy-Yard tunnel, some one
threw a stone through one of tho
windows of a coach, A lady who was
silting near was badly frightened as
wcro also a number of tho other pas
sengers. Broken glas? Hew around
rather piomiscuously, and ono of the
brakemen, nnmed Willis, leceivcd a
slight cut in tho face.
Half Kates to llaltlmoro la Pennsyl
vania It, It,
Kxcurslon tickets, Washington to Haiti
more and return, via tho Pennsylvania llall
ioad, will bo 60ld on May 0, good to return
until tho 7th, at rate of $1.20, on account of
Knights Templar parade These tickets
are valid on all regular trains. A special
train w 111 also leavo Washington at 0 a. in.
on the Cth for llaltlmoro (Calvert Station)
stopping at Union Station, and returning,
leave Calvert Station about midnight of
same day, stopping at Union Station,
To Meet this Afternoon,
At 4.00 o'clock this afternoon an ad
journed meeting of tho Sons of the
American Revolution will bo held at
the Arlington Hotol, Admiral Porter
will occupy tho chair and an opportu
nity to loin will bo given those who
waut to become charter members,
JJoslng contest at Kernan's.
Trnnrncllons nn tho Washington i;x
chnugo Notes nnil Gossip,
Thcro was nn unusually large busi
ness dono on tho local Stock Exchange
Saturdoy, and important advances wcro
recorded in several leading securities.
The first sale was of 10 tharcs of
Columbia Railroad nt 75, Tho closing
bid w as 72 and tho lowest offering at "8.
This stock Is now rarely for sale, having
gone Into strong hands, and Its friends
say, nnd it is not doubted, that tho road
is making money. It only remains for
the directors to get through spending
the enrnings for lmpiovcments to form
nn ndvnntagcous connection with tho
Mctiopolltan or somo other Influential
load, to obtain from Congress somo
addition lo itsioutc or to lcsumo tho
payment of dividends for the stock not
only to be woitli the price at which it
is selling, but to attain n higher value
Thcio Is n possibility that all these
favorable conditions may be reached.
Another tmall lot of Washington Gas
stock came on the market but 1!J
shares. It biought 41. Larger lots
would command a better price
It appears that Chesapeake and Poto
mac Telephone stock Is not without
friends, for on a pretty free selling of
this valuable stock there was not only
no secession In pi lee, but a steady ad
vance For 16 shares 70J was paid, 5
brought 70J, 12 70 and 20, the largest
lot offered sold for 70J, an advanco over
tho flist sale of 4. The stock was then,
as If to retard a further advance, offeicd
The apparent wenkness of American
Security and Trust stock for several
days appears to have'been a delusion
and a sham to frighten timid holders
into letting some of their accumulations
go, for on a salo of 150 In lots of 25
shares the price rose 1 per cent., from
40J to 50. As indicating that larger
lots aro wanted, nn offer to sell at tho
close at 50 was made
A mere recounting of the sales of
Graphophone stock Is all that Is neces
sary. Thoso who know the value of
the slock want all that the market can
produce, nnd will thank tho general
public lo stand aloof. For 30 shares
13f was paid; 20 went for 13; 50, 13J;
70, 13; 100, 135; 50, 14J; 50, llj; 80,
14; 50, Mg; 50, 14; 100,141; 100,14V.
Another Old CItl.on Oono.
One of tho oldest residents of George
town, Mr. Francis A. Fcnwlck, died
yesterday at his son's residence, No. 802
Eleventh street southwest. Deceased
was a nativo of West Washington, nnd
was in his 75th year. He had been en
gaged in hoiticulturo for nearly fifty
years. His funeral will take place to
morrow morning at 0 o'clock from St.
Dominic's Church, and the interment
will be made at Holyiood Cemetery In
Boxing contest al&Kernau's.
of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
plioaphltes of Lime and Soda la
almoot 09 palotoblo as milk.
Children enjoy It rather than
otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It la Indeed, and the
little lads and lassies who take cold
easily, may be fortified against a
courIi that might prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion after their
meals during the winter Benson
Jiexeare of substitution and imitations.
Grand, Upright and Square
Special attention ot purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
rinlshod In designs ot
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ABT."
PIANOS FOU KENT.
Second-hand Pianos atAUPrloos.
m. :knabb & Co.,
817 Market Space.
Tonic Wine of Coca
IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED
It your nerves aro all unstrung If yout eel
Irritable, cross and fretful If you find It lit
fioultto concentrate your rnfnd If you in
discouraged and think lifo Is not worthl!
lag. It Is much better to use
TniS SPLENDID TONIO
than to go off and seek to drown these mis
crable teollnss In "the (lowing bowl1
thereby obtalnlnc only TEMPORARY BE
LIEF, when by using
Dr. Ferraud's Tonic Wine of Coca
you TONE UP YOUR SYSTEM AND GIVE
NATURK A CnANCE TO EFFECT A PERMA
TnE MEDICAL PROFESSION
lndoree It as a pleasant and effective nerve
tonlo and stimulant and prescribe It tor all
Nervous Troubles, Thin Bfood, Malaria, Loss
of Appetite, Weak Stomach, Loss ot Visor
and all troubles o this sort "that flesh Is
EID'W- IE3. 3VEE3JRTZ,
10H r STItUF.? AORTHWUST.
Washington, D. C.
J. T. ASHFORD
Can be foundat 418 loth St. n. w. Specialties
n Furniture; Mattresses and Spring Beds
mado to order. Furniture and Pictures se
curely packod and shipped.
Good Wire Mattress $3.50
40-Pound Hair Mattress...... JT.W '
J. T. HSHFORD,
110 TENTH 6T.N.W.
FINE TAILOR-MADE CL0T1
NOW GOING ON, WILL CONTINUE TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY AT
924 SEVENTH STREET,
MITMT.KN I AMI K .VHUIUIS.
Tho recent failure of tho laroost olotlitng firm of noton, Mass , hasplacod their stook
In tlio hands of tho creditors, who have decided tosacrltlco tho samo so as to convert It
Into msli within a short time. Tlioy havo shipped tho cnllro stock to Washington and
haio Instructed their agents to sell tho stock at retail at about B0 conts on tho dollar.
Dear In mind, this stock Is of this season's manufacture and was made for tho finest
Boston trade, nnd we positively guarantoo ovcry garment to bo perfoot In stylo, lit and
workmanship. An Inspection ot thlsttock will convince you that tho abovo aro facts.
NOTE SOME OF THESE PRICES:
1740 pairs Men's Pants at 60c; former prlco. SI.
1200 pairs Men's Pants at 75c; " S1.C0.
7C0 pairs Men's Dress Pants, $l,t0; formor price, S3 2".
700 pairs Men's Fine Dross Pants, Si; former prlco, SI CO.
1SC0 pairs Men's Kxtra Fiuo Dress Fnnt. 88; worth SO 50.
Largo lot of Tallor-Mado Pants at 81, SI 50 and 85, worth $10.
000 Men's Every Day Suits, $1 50; formor prlco, 85. .
050 Men's Business Suits, 81; former prlco, 88.50.
1050 Men's Hotter Quality Iluslnoss Suits, $0.50; former price, $11.
610 Men's Ecnlng Suits, S8.C0; former prlco, $17.
500 Men's Dress bulls, 810 and $12, worth double.
Boys' Suits, Long Pants, at $1.50, worth S3.
,f " " " s.to, " S no.
" " " " 4 00, "8 00.
" " " " 83, $7, 88 and $10, worth double.
Children's Suits at 75o. SI. 25, 81.75, S2.50, $3,84 and $0, worth double.
Knco Pants, SSoand upwaul.
Included 111 this stock Is a largo lot of Tlno Pants, mado to ordor, for $9, 810 and $12;
nlso Fine Suits In Sacks, Cutaways and Prince Alberts, which wcro mado to measure, nt
$35, U0 and $45, which you can buy at40 percent, of tholr roal value. A full llnoof Light
and Heavy Overcoats, which will be sacrificed. Boar In mind overy garmont must bo
ns represented or wo rofund your money within throo days.
This Great (200,000 Salo will continue for a short time only at
924 Seventh Street, between I and K Streets.
Store open till 9 p.m.
715 MARKET SPACE.
In White and Biack, at
Our Buyer has just lcturncd from Now York, whcio lie bouclit an
Importer's Entire Stock of LEGIIOHN II ATS.
We offer tlieso Hats to tho public nt greatly reduced figures from
what they can Ijc puicbased ehewhire.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
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.
deceived n. Large Lino of OUTING JACKETS and BLAZERS.
Also LADIES' SniRT WAISTS and WINDSOR TIES.
E. A. STIEBEL, Proprietor.
Paper Supplies and Staiioiery.
920 F STREET N. W
WASHINGTON, D. C.
OUR TRESSES aie of the latest and moH
Improved style. Our assoitraentof tyicsli'
laigeandwe are continually adding to our
A.C., &c, &c,
In fact, everything that a business man needs.
CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS
Will find alt tno modem taeesot type In our
largo variety, suitable for their stylo ot woik.
Tickets, Programmes, Journals, Coapon
Tickets Consecutively Numbered, Dodger?
Wo would specially call attention lo our
facilities for printing Law Cases, Deeds,
Bonds and Mortgages.
OUR roSTEIlioomls replete wltha variety
of "large" type, suitable for this class of
In all Its branches. OUR BINDERY Is fitted
with the latest styles of book folding and
wlro-stltchlng machines and Is thoreforo
capable of competition with any of the large
New Yoik houses,
BEST OF WORK AT TnE LOWEST POSSI
MM I WALLACE,
1107 II Street Northwest.
The Oldest Established Printing Houso In
FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK
UNSURPASSED BY ANY HOUSE
IN Tnn CITY.
A Special Line of tho Latest Novelties In
Wedding Cards and Invitation Dance Pro
grammes, etc, with Envolopss to Match,
I.EUAX WOItU A SrEOIdXTX
And Eveijr Kind of Book Printing
Executed and at Lowest Rates,
TELEPHONE CALL, W3-2.
Saturdays, 11 p. m.
PABST BREWING GO.,
Formerly the Phil. Best Brewing Co,,
THE "BEST" TONIO.
Especially Good for Family Use.
Beneficial or Weak and Dobllltated Persons.
MANAGER WASHINGTON BRANCn,
TO 1 and Vfc North Capitol btreet.
Telorhono 273. ap3
And yon will always have boantlfnl Bread.
Kolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, cor
fter First street and Indiana avenue.
WM. M. QAL.T a CO.
VOTXLH AND XE8T.lVJtA.NTa.
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET N. W.
Best and Purest Liquors In tho city. Im
JAMES H. COSTELLO, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERM8-J3.00 and Si.00 Per Day.
Corner 15th ana I streets northwest,;
Opposite HoPherson Square.
H. M. OAKE,
omAr , WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. O. STAPLES, late of Thousand 1st. House,
IT. JAMES HOTEL,
BIXTH BTREET AND PENNA. AVH
J,, Woodbury, Proprietor.
Film I UImMLnEhII
Main Store, 916 7th
Pa; Ave. and
GOOD BOARDS, $1.15,
Sixth St. and New
The Celebrated North Carolina Boards
This is tbc Lowest Pilco Good Lumber has ever reached, as all old
builders will know at once.
LlBBEY, BlTTIWGER & MlLLER
DEALERS IH LUMBER AND MILL WORK.
j u u k u tm h m ki mm
A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran
dies always on hand.
We call special attention to our Old Premium Port.
This Wine has taken the premium at all California exhibits for years.
Secure a quantity of it now.
Also a small stock of BBANDY of 1831.
For Standard Quality of our Wines we
refer to our Customers.
VAULTS, COHWEIt S7th AND K .STIU'.irrS.
GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS.
Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50,
MAKE TEA OR COFFEE'lN 10 OR 15 UltiOTES,
GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to
thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the In
stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire.
FOR SHLE BY THB
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y,
413 Tenth Street Northwest.'
BUY YOUR TRITIKS AID HARMS
-rp- -kit "cr tt1 q cts nr 7 ca
J2. -LNJ Jds -Cj O Z X tO?
425 BcventU Bt. N, W.. next to Odd-Fellows' Hall.
St. Branches, 1221
41 1 7th St.
York Aye. K. "W.
Street N. W.
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Routo 1
To the North, West and Southwest, vl
uonuic .iracK. Epicnuiu scenery,
bteel Halts. Magnlflccnt Equtpmont:
In effect SlAiitn J, 1800.
Trains lcnvo WashlnRton. from station, cor
ner ot blxtli and llstrcots, as follows!
ronriTTsnuno and tho Wost. Chicago Ltmltol
Kxprcts of Pullman Vcstlbtitcd Cars nt
10.no a m dally; Vatt l.lno, lO.BOn m dally
lo Columbus and St. Louis, with Sloopln?
Cars from l'lttabnrR to Columbusi dally,
oxcopt Saturday, to Chicago, with stooping.
CarAltoona tochtcaco. St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati Express, 8 10 p m dully,
I'arlor Car Washington to llHrrlsburu and
Sleeping Cars Hartlsbura to St. Louts, Chi
cago and Cincinnati, nnd Mining Car Har
rlsbiirgto St. Louts. Western Express, at
7.40 p m dally, with Sleeping Cars Washing
long to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting
dally at Hnrrl?burgIth through SloopeM
for Loulsvlllo and Memphis. 1'aolflo Ex
press, 10.00 p m di, lly, for Pittsburg, and tho
West, with through sleeper to Pittsburg,
nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
DALTIMOI1E AND POTOMAC ItAILHOAD.
Fon KANr, Canandalgua, Rochester and Ni
ngnrn 1 nils dally, oxcopt Sunday, 8.10 a ra.
Ton EijtE. Canandalgua and Itoohoiter dally:
forlluiTalonnd Niagara dally, oxcopt Sat
urday, 10 00 p in, with Stooping Car Wash
ington to Itochcster.
Ton WirtiAJitronT, Lock Ilavon and Elmlra,
at 10.60 a in dully, oxcopt Sunday.
Ton Wll 1 lAJisroitT dull r. n SO n m.
I'onrmiADELrwA, Now York and tho Eat,
7.S0 0.00, u,oo nnd 11.40n m, 2.10, 3.15, 1 10,
loooandll.vo p m. on Sundny, 9 00, 11.49
a m, s.10, 3,15,4 10, 10.00 and ll.uo p m. Lim
ited Fxpress of Pullman Parlor Cars, 9 40 a
m dallv, except Sunday, and 4.00 p m dally,
with Dining Car.
Ton Pint ADELrniA only, Fast Expross 8,10 a
m. week days, and 8.10 p m dally. Accom.
0.00 p m dally.
Fon Boston without change, 3 15 pm every
Ton BnooKtru, N. Y all through trains con
nect at Jeisoy City with boats of Brooklyn
Annox, nffoidlng direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding donblo ferriage across
New York City. '
Ton Atlai.tio Cur, 1140 ft m week-days,
11.20 pm dally.
Fon IlAiTiMonE, 0 31, 7.S0, 8.10. 9 00, 0,10, 10.W,
11 00 and 11 40 a m. 12 03,8 10, 3.15, 8.80, 4 00,
4 10, 4.20, 4 40, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 and 11.2l5
p ni. On Sunday. 9 00. 9.O.". 10.50, 11.40 a m,
2.10, 3.15, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00
and 11.20 pm.
Fon Pom's CnrrK Line, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p m
dally, excopt Sunday.
Fon AnhAroi i, 7.20, 9 00 a m, 12,05 and 4 20 p
m dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.03 a
m, 4.10 pm.
WASHINGTON SOUTnEItN RAILWAY.
In effect ArniDO, 1890.
Ton At.exandma, 4 30, 0.33, 7.45, 8.40, O.Vi,
107 a m, 12.01 noon, 2 05, 4.25, 4 55, 0 01, 8 0-J.
10.05 and 11.87pm. On Sunday nt 4.80, 7.45,
0.45, 10 57, a m, 2.S0, 0 01, 8 02, and 10.05 p m.
Accomodation ronQuAimco,7.45a m and
4 55pm week-days. 1.43 am Sundays.
Fon Ricicmoid and tho South, 4 30 and 10.57 a
mdnlly. Accommodation 4.55 pm wook
days. Thains leavo Alexandria for Washington.
C 03 7.05. 8 00, 9.10, 10.13, 11.07. a m; 1.80, 3.00.
3 50, 5.10, 7.05, 9.20, 10.87 and SI 05 p m. On
Sunday at 0.10, and 11.07 a m; 2 00, 3.E0, 5.10.
7.05, 9 50, and 10.37 p m.
Tickets and Information at the office,
northeast corner of Thirteenth stioet and
Pennsylvania avenuo, and at the station,
whero orders can bo left for tho checking of
baggago to destination from hotels and resi
dences. J. 11. WOOD,
. . General Tassonger Agent.
CHAS. E. PUGIL General Manager.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In offeot Deo. 29, 1839.
Leavo Washington from Station corner
New Jersey avenuo and C street.
Fon CnicAoo and Northwest, Vcstibulod
Limited expross daily 11:20 a m, express 9:30
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 8:10 and 11:30 p m.
Fon Pirrsnuno and Cleveland, Vestlbulod
Limited expross dally list) a m and express
8.40 p m.
Fon Lexinoton and Local Stations, tio.30
Fon Wincuesteb and Way Stations, t5.30
Ton Lurat, 8:40 p m.
Fon BALTUioni, wcok days, 4 00, 5 00, 0.40.
7.20, 8.80,0 20, D.45 Jll.00. 12 00, .15 minutes),
a m, 12.10, 2 00. 2.S0 (45 minutes), 5.15 (45-mln-utes).
3.23, 4.25,4 30,4.35, 5 0, 0 20, 7.10, 7.43,
9 00, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays, 4.00, 7.80;
SSS'o9!..9-45. a m ls- (45-tnfmites), 1.15,
2.00, 2 30 (45-mlnutes), 3.25. 4.25,4.35, 0.20, 7.I0!
7.45,9 00, 10.80 and 11.30 pm.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5.00, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.23.
ibt ssarars' 8-3oa m'uis-
Tiiaii.s leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10, 6.20, B.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8 00, 8.30.
9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.00, 12.15, 1.50,2.10.3.00!
,4A1i4,,I5'OC!.'.9-00 ejx 7.30, 8.S0 8.35
10-20. J0.J3 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.45 8.30
9.15, 10.15 a m; 12.00. 12 50, 1.50, 2 10, 4.15.
5.00,0 20,7.10, 7.S0, 8.30, 8.35,10.20, 10.23 ami
11 00 p m.
Fon Annatolip, 6.40 a m, 12.10, 4 23 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leavo An
napolis 0.40, am. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
8.37 am, 4.00pm.
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branob.
t6.45, 510.30 a m, Sl.lOpm for principal sta
tions only; 10.80 a m, t4.80 and t5.30 p m.
Fob ItocKviiiE and way stations, t4.35 p m,
Fon GAunEnsBuno andlntermedlate points.
9 00 a m, tl 00, 5 35, 11.35 pm.
Fon Boyd's and Intermediate stations, 7.00
pm, 410.00 om.
C11UT.CH tkain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on
Ton FnEDzniCK. 0.45. 11.20 a m, 3.10, t4.30
pm. Sundays, 1.10pm.
Ton IIaoebstown, tll.SO a. m. and t5.S0
TiitiNs arrive from Chicago dally 11.43 a m
and 4.05 p mi from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 a m and 1.50 pm; from Plttsbure
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA Dl
VISION. Fob New York, Trenton, Newark and
Elbabeth, N. i.. 4 00, tS.00, 9.20, W.OO a ra.
JS0, 4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Caisonall day trains. Sleeping Car on the
10.30 p m, opon at 9.00 p m.
Fob PiiiLADEtrniA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4 00, 8,00, 9 20, 12,00 a m,
'.'.SO, 4 50, 7.10 and 10 80 pm.
Fon intebiieiuate foints between Balti
more and Philadelphia, t5 00 and ,7.20 a m,
12 00, t3.15 p m.
Trains leave Now York for Washington,
1:,315 ill hta m' 2-C0, 3 5' P m
Trains ijiave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.40, 8.15, 'lLlO a m,tl.35, 4.40, 0.05. 7.li
Fon Atlantic Citt, 4 00 a m and 12.00m.
Sundays, 4 00 a m and 12 00 noon.
tExtept Sunday. 'Dally. JSuudayonly.
Baggage called for and cheeked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfei Co. on
orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1351 Pa.
avo. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
v ' .t.. ...... ..:
nOUTt March 2. 1890.
Trains leavo Union Dopot, Sixth and B
streets. 10 57 a m for Nowport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrriva In
Old Point at 0:10 v m. and Norfolk at 0.10 p m.
1P24 a 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 pm-F. F.V. Vestibule Limited, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without change to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville. Pull
man cars are open to receivo passongers at
9 00 p. m.
Ofiice, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo.
H. W. FULLEH, Gen. Pass. Agent.
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