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THE VASTITNdTON rvTK WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANFATIY 20, 1890.
tsTK" fS-j v POPULAR MEN IN TOWN. rAMIUAR FACES OF THE NATION AT THE BIO HOTELS. tolouol TaUonl .Sivingitic Mi it lor (iooil Thine Colonol L'nlt'i lUputlu Hun Mlchlgnn XVIro-l'iillsN Hhlp. otinot Ily Ilin lioytt utifl Toiireoih Hon JainoslloydbolUr known m ".Tim" Is l.oro from South Carolina He lives, whou nl Lome, In Oicetis lioro, llio town ilescrlbotl by Tourgec In Ills "Fool's Errand" ns "Yctiktis luinr " Ono o' tlio characters in this nmc novel Is 'Jim" Uoyil, although lie I described under nnollier name The Lord was generous of runlet lut when ho made "Jim" Iloyil and he has sis feet and two lui-lies ot hunnn material about bis person. IIu is hero in o lawyer, but bo wauled, on arrival n March, to bo appointed United States District Attorney for bis Plate and failed to convince the Indiana l'rcsidcut sufficiently. Abnor McKlnlcj of New York was taking with aonio friends in the Kubltt ' the other night and was not at all sur i prised when a Western Congressman : walked up and said: "Well, Major, I what did the Ways and Means Commit j tec do today" "You had butter nsk William," was tbo reply, nnd the Con- , Stcssman was politely informed "I'm the Major's brother." The I wo look very much alike, although Abner looks more j Jolly ncd less weighed down with care. He is a business man of Now York and lives tbero at the Hamilton Hotel. I Another brothor died last fall at I'itU- i 1 nrg AH tbo family but tbo Major nro ia I usincss. yet have a lively interest In ins political fortunes. John F. McChesney of Chattanooga arrived at the Ebbitt last night. He U u leading partner in the "Chattanooga Land, Coal nud Iron Company," which hai extensive corporate interests in Tennessee. HO was joined Inst night Hy his brother. W. B. McChcsuey of " ircinia, who is also Interested in siml lnr business ventures. Mrs. M. A. Carlllo of Chultauoosa, who is stopping at the Ebbitt, Is tbo widow of an ex-mayor who was very popular In his lifetime. Hon. Gcorpo II. Ely U at tbo Ebbitt. His wife joined him yesterday and they will both remain during the winter. Mr. Ely is a very wealthy citizen of Cleveland. Ho is a vessel owner and interested in many business enterprises, Kir two terms ho was a State Senator and did the State uud the Republican parly considerable cood without neqlectinc his own interests, He has cm ambitious to become n Congress i, u, but younger men, liko T. E. IJurton, have anticipated his ambition and want the liliico. As a vessel v ser, Senator Ely Is anxious to pre ent the building or a bridge uver L river at Detroit which Is designed 'o connect Michigan with Canada. He and all other lake shippers declare that .rcn with a 1.000-yard opening the nbutmenls aud piors would be danger ru3 and detrimental to navigation, The folly and subterfuge of this argument U hown by the 'testimony of old lake tuptaius,"wbo admit that all ships aud 10W3 going by Detroit kcop in a chan nel at tbo most 200 feet wide. Tbo tmth is tho Bbip owners do not wnnt the railroads to have a bridge, as they could run through trains from Chlcaso to "few York via the Grand Trunk or'Can ada Southern. Now they have to pay f ut thousands of dollars and lose much limo by ferriage. Collector Erhardt of New York has been hero two days consulting with Secretary Windom about a lease of Casflo Gordon, which Is now owned by tho city of New York. Ho has offered (SO.OOO n year for the building If they would repair and remodel it. The city refused and the Treasury De partment will probably occupy some wie of the harbor islands as a landing place for immigrants. E. W. Knowlton is at the Ebbitt with his wife from Malone, N. Y tho homo of ex-Vice President Wheeler, who is almost forgotten In Washington. No man is better known or better liked about Washington than Colonel W 0. Tnlford, the war claim agent of Ohio. Ho is a round-faced, fully-skavcn. and story-telling sort of a genius who lias been for years regaining from tho Vnited States Treasury thousands of dollars which Ohio contributed for the war when tho Colonel was a boy. Now, that the Morrill Direct Tax bill has passed tho Scnato nnd will likely pas3 the Home, Colonel Taiford will bo happy. It will give Ohio nbout ono million dollars in clean, cold cash, and ucourBC Colonel Taiford will not be forgotten when ho claims his percent age. As ho looks so young nud inno cent, many friends ask him how ho umio to be Colonel. Ho replies that he rtoa ''lieutenant-colonel of the Sixty ninth Nevada during tho war." Ho adds that "Coionol W. L. O'Krien. the Pennsylvania Kailroad veteran, and myself wero the only survivors of a regiment which went into battle with OCO men. Wc alono escaped." This story passed well enough until a vet eran remarked one night that Nevada was not a State and had no regiment in the war Coloucl John McFall of St. Louis, who is hero with Collector Wcnnoltcr. expects to be United States Marshal of Missouri when the term of Emmons ox plrcs, about eighteen months hence. Colonel John Is not Impatient and is willing to wait. Ho thinks St. Louis will yet bo a Republican city and blames the defeat of last spring uoon tho Germans and saloon-keepers, who elected Noonnn because they expected him to wink at their infraction of oidl nances. George W. Billings of Cleveland, a manufacturer nnd public-spirited citi zen, Is at tho Ebbitt. Michigan has about as many political wirepullers nnd representative business men doing tho Capital at tho present time as any other Western State, nnd the object of their mission hero is rdoro particularly on account of the Grand Rapids l'ostnllleo light, which is vrosing warmer every day. What will be tbo outcomo Is hard to tell, unless it is tho sacriCco of tho Fifth Congres sional District, now controlled by tho Republicans, to the Democrats, and the rcnominatlou and election of Niel II Ford next year. For months there has bem n strong factional fight over tliu two candidates being urged for appoint ment, nnd tho President is at a lo3 to know whether to bide track both and appoint a dark horse or to select one of them and perpetuate tho animosity iL.it now exists. Tho candidates now in Uiu nrcna aro Fred. Clark nnd Colonel K. S Plcrco, and It was thought by the sup porters of tho latter that hU na ne would bo sent to the Scnato yesterday, but Uicy were disappointed. Clark tliey ilitliiie, it the slnlc tnndldnlp and 'in man whom seven out of ten voters in iho ily wnnt to imvo the place, but, in tbo other hand, Comriessmaii Ilel Unnp demands the selection of Coloucl I'ieue on the gtound that ho is thuiop HfouKitlvo of tliu district iiikI is en tilled to the appointment, and ho Is Miongly barked by D, A. Dlodgctt nnd othtr representative Republican". Hon. M. II. Church, who arrived nt the .'oi nmndle lnt ovciilug from Grand ilnpltls, wlillo not a politician, mivb Unit ho will dovoto some tlmo nud what Influence ho lus at his command to secure the election of Colonel Plcrco. Ho feels that there Is no other alternate e but to indorse Congressman llelkunp's candidate; otherwise thero will bo no piospcct of harmony Initio district Tho Young Men's Republi can Club of Grand Rnplds have u committee- now on thu way to Washington, who will Indorse Mr. Clark and de velop somo now fealuies not hereto tote presented. Hon. Mailln MaglnnN, who claims tore nrermtor-elccl from Montana, Is here, and hist night complained that everybody called lit in "McGinly," add- tntv flint lin U'nd utiii In nn tl.i,.. In ll,,. "O ..,.. MW ..,,.3 W.,.V' w M" "" Hi mi; I contest lor admission. Mnalnnis first ijccmiio famous at tho St. Louis con vention, which renominated Clovehnd. When ho got up to speak Chairman While said: "Slato your namo and uamo your State." "Mnelnnis or Mon tana," was tho answer", which was taken up by tho convention, nnd he was frequently called up for remarks. Georgo II. Hopkins of Detroit, chair man of tho Michigan Republican Com mittee, is at tho Arlington. He has just been appointed Collector of Cus toms at Detroit, nnd is hero to get in structions nnd lllo his bond. Ho is yet a young man and a bachelor who was Governor Ungloy's private secretary nud now manages tho llagloy Tobacco Company. Ho was u private" soldier in tho war and is now adjutant-general of tho Natinu.il G. A. 1. organization of which General Alger is commander-in-chief. Hopkins has always been de voted to tho political fortunes or Alger, 'and was Unhappy at tho result of tho Chicago Convention. Nor was he or Alger pleased with Harrison's dispensa tion ol Michigan olllccs, as Alger was never recognized nor his few requests grnnted. The appointment of Hop kins, however, has made peace With General Hopkins is Harry D. Tillman of Detroit, who is secretary of the Stato committee nud who will also be provided for by tho Administration A few months ugo ho was making some cry caustic remarks about Harrison, but now he has chanced bis sons and thinks Ilijnison will do well enough with more practice. Tillman is well known in "Washington.. He was clerk of tl o House Committee on District of ColumbU while his father-in-law, Gen .tral 'Williams, was chairman. Richaid Gucuther, the ex Congress man from Oshkosh, is at the Ebbitt. Ho is n typical German, nnd looks it. Since his appointment as Consul-Gen-oral to Mexico he Is cultivating tho ac quaintance of the Pan-American pco- lCj and yesterday bought a $1S Spanish dictionary. General Alger will return to Wash ington next week and rcmaiu sometime. He will he entertained during his stay by ScnatorMcMillan. Tho twodaugh teis ot General Alger aro here for the season and uro Ceiug chaperoned by Mrs. Logan and Mrs. J. S. Olnrkoon. Congressman J. Logan Chipraan of Detroit is living nt Godfrey's Hotel this winter. Ho is n short and very bald man, who has Indian blood in his veins. He is a Democrat and quite popular in Michigan. However, the Detroit Re publicans declare that they will tills j car elect Hibbaid Baker, who was de feated in 18SS. Ex-Congressman May bury, who was tricked out of n renoini nntion bv Don II. Dickinson's shrewd ness, will probably bo a candidate again on tho Democratic, side. He is a hand somo bachelor and one of the best law yers in tbo State. Henry Clay Evans, who represents the Chattanooga (Tenn.) distiict, is a Northern man by birth, but went South to shoot rebels. Ho concluded to stay, and wii3 for a limo clerk to Quarter master Carlilc, whose widow is now at tho Ebbitt. Congressman Evans is a tall, handsome man, who Is very indus trious. and ho has made a fortune In Tennessee investments. Mrs. General Mulligan of Chicago is nt the Ebbitt with her daughter. She is now the pension agent nt Chicago, and wants to be retaiucd, as sho took no political part in tho Presidential elec tion. C. II. Parsliall of Detroit, n manu facturer aud inventor, is at tho Ebbitt and has somo business with the Patent Office in which ho is greatly interested. Matt. Reynolds, a well-known St. Louis lawyer, is hero representing a Iribeof Indians who are asking favors of the Indian Commission. He is ono of the popular lawyers of his city and Stale uud was originally from Pike Count v. Colonel Blodcett, general counsel for tbo Wabash Railway Company, with headquarters nt St. Louis, is hero toll ing tho Supremo Court somo things about railway law, with which h6 is very familiar. Congicssman Edward Scull of tho Somerset, Pa., district Is always found in the Ebbitt after dinner. He is rec ognized by bis long, white beard nnd he does not look to bo 72 years old. which ho is. However, ho comes of a burdy, long-lived people. His mother is still living nud is over 00. Colonel Scull's son is Charles O. Scull, tho gen- Some Children Growing,, ' Too Fast become listless, f.-ctfjl, w.-haut enci gy, thin nnd weak. But y-- can for tify thorn and build them up, b the use of Or PURE CQU LIVER OIL AND HYPOPHOSPHITCE Ol Juimo and Mort;i. They will take it readily, for it is al most as palatable as milk. And it should be remembered that AS A l'liE. YEKTIVE 011 CUBE OF C0U0I1S OU COLDS, IN BOTH THE OLD AND YOUKO, IT 13 UNEQUALLED. -'"''' mlHtittlof offered. ll !?" tP& -i a lL(SVi-74?C Mf$PtJ& ewW oral pnspcnger agent of the II. it () at Italtlinoic. Sonic tlmo ngo Colonel Scull hud J. C. Postlothwnllc, a crip jilid soldier, appointed postmaster nt Somerset Homo of tho Mugwump Republicans began to howl, and rather than embarrass Scull tho appolntco de clined the ofllce. Ho would have beon confirmed, but piofeired to end his days In pence lie had tin Increase of pen Mon lately nnd drew a few hundred dollars back pay, so lhat ho told his enemies to go to n place from which ho hoped his Christian endonvor would keep him. Mrs. A. S. Clinrlcs of Pittsburg is tho guest of Congressman Ptigslcy nnd wife nt the Shoreman. Powell Clayton of Arkansas nnd W. .1. Arkell of New York, publisher of judpe and Frank Lt'Ut' lll'itlratcd J'apfr, nic also at tho Slioiclmm. Itoccnt Arrlvitli. Jtidgo H. Hoyl, n prominent lawyer of Syracuse, N. Y., arrived this morn ing and icglstcicd nt Wlllard's, R. II. Parker, Chicago: J. W. Honk, Newark, N. J.; George Damon, Pitts burg: Oscar G. Colin, Berlin, Germany, nnd W. Moyers, Jersey City, nro among the prominent guests to arrive at Wll lard s this morning. T. M. Mnlun, Pennsylvania! F. W. Hcwcs, New York, and Hon. Roles Penrose, Philadelphia, arc ut the Rlggs House. John H. Klrby, Woodville, Toxns; 8. T. Swlufoid, Orange, Texas, and E. D. Iloithcll, Chicago, nro among tho recent nnivals nl Wormloy's. Chester Bradford, Indianapolis; Ralph Trautmnnn, New York: J. Fowsmlth, Newnrk, N. J., aud L. B. Sllllucll, Pittsburg, arc registered at tbo Arlington. N. S. Kroughllcoff. C. E., from St. Petersburg, Russia, is'at;tho Arlington. Dr. nnd Mrs.- Sullivan and child of Fnlt River, Mass., have apartments at the Arno. General H. E. Tremaiu of Now York Is spending n few days at tho Arno. ilr. and Mrs. T. 0. Timelier of Bos ton arrived this morning nnd have par lors at the Arno. Charles II. Cramp of Philadelphia, tho well-known shlp-bulldcr, is at tho Normandlc. John Abendrothof Now York Is stop ping at Chambcrlin's. A. ,T. Sleln, Zaucsvlllo, Ohio; Wm. White, nttsburg; W. 8. Grny aud R, Have You Had The Rrlpo J Is the question ot tie dar. If tho lnllucn7a or any otlicr tllscase or overwork liavo put jouluto a weak, ilolillltatcd condi tion you should Immediately tako Hood's Snrsaparllla. It tones overr part ot tho liody, Invigorates tho liver, crontcs an appetite and entirely overcomes that ilrea feeling. ItincHtd MyOtn" "Hood'1 SarsBparllla ha renewed my prlp, lam R5 yours of nco nud was nil run down and dhrcwrnscd. 1 liavo taken Ilood'sSarsapa l Ilia nnd on IooMiir inysilt over find that I nm much belter; In fact, quite a chap. Of courio tho mtdklno will not dhcountmy year, but It comes ncaitr to It thnuany thlxig che." ('has. tl. Losii, Shrewsbury, Xlius,, Jan. 3, 1890. lliHilnrlio. lllzzliicss "Hood's Suimparllla purified my blood, pnvo mo strength nnd overcame the hcadncho nrd dizziness, to that I am ablo to work araln. I recommend Hood's Sarsapai'llln to others whoso blood Is thin or Impuro and who feel worn out or run down." I,UTiu.n Naeon. Lowell. JIasi. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. 1; six for 83. Proparcd only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowoll, Mass. 100 1 loses Onn Dollar OFFICE OF WOODWAItD & LOTUROP, Cor. 11th and V sts. .northwest. '.-: - This is the last week of our Stock-taking Sale. We take inventory Friday night. We shall make it a memora ble week by the offering of the greatest bargains of the year. An absolute clearing out of all Winter Goods snort lengths, odd sizes, broken lines, small lots, &c. A great many of the lots pieviously advertised will not hold out long many have already been closed out. Judicious buyers should visit the store early and often, as many bargain lots are too smalll to adver tise and are usually sold in a day. Remnants will be displayed all the week. iOODWARD AND xiL0THR0 Cor. lit! an! F Sts. H. f . 11. Ihuinlng, New Yule, nnd M. J. Moore, Kllnbclh, K. J., nronmonglho prominent nrrlvals .registered at tho Kbbttt. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. KHno of Now York hnvo pallors at tho Ebbitt. Mr, ICIIno Is ono of tho most prominent patent attorneys of Now York. Colonel Henry G. O'Neill of Louis ville nirived this moraine nnd is regis tered nt the Kbbttt, George V. Heliuo of Hclmctta, N. J., IsstopplugntlhoKbbltt. Mr. Holme is a voiy cxtciiBlvc mn'nufnctiticr of chewing tobacco, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Willis of Louis ville, Ivy., nro tit Iho Metropolitan. C. H. Cochran, Chicago; II. 0. John son, Philadelphia, nnd Frank RIckcr, Now York, nfo registered at tho Na tional. General Tom Uwlng of Now York, fomieily of Ohio, Is stopping at tho National. Oentleuejs Is the greatest forco thai enn bo used; and Old Haul's Cnturrh Cuio In its cure for catarrh nud Inllucnzu Is n conspicu ous example. Several hundred thousand boxes-sold. Only 85 cents. city avuaiJLLa liny Your Murclimullsc at Homo. Thcrolsnocoodor Instlflablo roason why any ono rcsldinc In this city should goto Ntw York tomnkotholr purelmsci It yon lucd anything In tho furnlturo lino, uplul stcry. decorations, Ac go direct to Iloiiglr ton.ViCo 's representative osmbllshtncaf. at ISIS mid 1220 i' street nnrtliwmt, and there you will llnd exactly tho snmo class of go ids tint will bo shown you In Now York, and nt Iho samo pilcos, and thereby xavo tlmo, monoy and voxntlon of spirit, and at tho samo tlmo assisting to build up ono of tho handsomest cities In tho world. lludilcn's Itejircsnntntlvu initiillnipnl , Hmisn. This rellablo Installment establishment, ut 1)30 nnd nsJSocnth streot, has a complete Htockofnll kinds of morohandlso that Is re quired to furnish a woll-rogalntod boiiKOhold ut. cash prices on the Installment plag.and dlctuto your own terms. For Washington Dressed Ilocr go to John It. Kelly, stalls G28, CM and est) Con tro Sl.irkot, nnd 200 and SOS Northern Liberty. Corned boef n spoclnlty. tTAKTJBn JUJSZl'. rr .-vyv.'v.'- ,- AdierlleimtnU untltr Mt head, four lints or en, 25 cents for cite Insertion; BO cents for three. 'QTANtTkY IN AFRICA." COMpT,KTR 17) hook, ready to-day. Agents wautod. ninlo or femnlo; no oxperlcnoo necessary; good termi. It. AWNSSlOItEjMO tMt u w. WANTED-Tiy A GOOD COI.OIinD I, UN dross, washing and Ironing to do nt home; rcforoncoH glvon. Apply 1B19N II av. WANTBD-A WHITE UIKIi FOU OEtf eral housework In a small family, man, wlfoand boy 8 years old; Germau pre ferred; to tho right party a pleasant homo nnd good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003 O st n w. TrANTKD-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL draughtsman nnd two firat-class ma-chlnl-ts. CUTTlUt SAW CO., thU onlco. WANTED-A WHITE COACHMAN WHO understands nil about horses and can plvo good references. Addross 8. U., caro of this ofllco. giving namo nnd wagos wanted. AOENTfl WANTED KEW AND WON dcrfol Hook In both English nnd Ger man. Ilocont Explorations nndAdvonturm of Stnnloy In tho Wilds of AfriJn. Thrilling accounts of his .lournoy across tho Dark Con tinent. Over 00 lino ongravlngs. A bonjuza for agents. Send DO cts for outfit. Circulars frco llOltLANI) CO., 101 Stato at., Chi cago, IIU AGENTS WANTED THE IlENVEIt btato Lottery Compiny want agents. I lckets 10 cts. Address A. C. ROSS & CO.. AN AI1M3 ADVERTISING, INSUrSANCE, Safe, Llghtnlne-rod- or Book Agont, or licporter, of great savolr falre, for Utorary work. Largo salary. Write London & Hart ford l'ub. Co., N. Y. ONE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON high clnss subscription books, ono wbo has an acquaintance among Washington canvassers, to take cxcluslvo control of tho sale of "A Llbravy of American Lltoraturo" In Washington. This Is ono of tho most sulablo works now on tho market. Nino of ltc eleven largo octavo volumes aro now out. This Is a grand opportunity forn flrst-olass n an nrd wo aro proparcd to inako such a ono a very liberal offer. CIIAS. L. WEB STER & CO., 8 East 11th St.. N. Y. city. ir,llfTEI)8XTUJ.TIOATN. Atltertltcmenti under Mis ntad.uur lines or lets, 25 cents for ont Insertion; 50 cents for three. rANTED-BYAEASTflKSJ. SEWING ? by tho day nt homo; willing to nsslst with othor work; 50 cents a day. E. E. It., this office WANTED-I1Y A COLORED WOMAN, A placo to do cooking and general houso work; references furiilshod. Addross FANNY ALEXANDER, 152315th St n W. WANTED-IIY A RESPECTABLE COL- V ored girl, a placo as chambormald or to do light housework. No washing or Ironing. 10W loth st n w. WANTED-BY A LADY OP EXI'ERI- V enco, situation as governess or oopylst. Rofercncosoxchangod, Address Miss A caro poatmaster I'uicellvlllo, Londonn County. Va. TTirANTED BY COMPETENT TEACnER T of musio and German, position of visit ing governess, or private pupils. Apply 1118 lot li st n v-. WA.NTED.-XIO VSES. rANTED-TO TURCIIASE A GOOD T houfeo, with 7 or 8rs. with all mod Imps, on monthly payments. Address, with full particulars, 3. J. F Board ol Kovlow.Buroau of 1'enslons. VANTED-A FUHNI8HED HOUSE AT V nominal rent or furnished rooms for light housekeeping by man and wife; no chll- di en Address iM03 Hth st n w ,rANTKD-TO RENT-A GOOD BRICK It dwelling of 9 or 10 rooms, mod Imps, between K and R and 12th and 17th sts n w. Address II ., this oOlce, stating terras. WANTETtltOUMb. W''TElA?JEllTLEtGSrADTFE dcolro to rent ono large or two com municating voll-furnlshed rooms with board; lor permanent occupancy: lnnorthwost port of tlty, within twenty minutes' walk of Treasury bullilng. Address, giving location and terms, which mnst be reasonable, PER MANKNT,711tii8t. HrAKTEDMiaCJlLZAtfEO VH. Adiertlsatiente w,Jer tMs head, four lines or lets, 25 cents for one interlUm; 50 cents for thres. ANTEDOI.D GOLD AND SILVER. WM. nilEDEHIOK, Manufacturing Jeweler, COS 7th st n w.opposItoU. 8. Patent OQlie; tlno clook and watch repairing a speclaly. conn to 8vx wanted from o to is iDOUt) months; satisfactory reference glvi-n that the loaner will recolvo double tho r."imt loaned. Address II. It., this olHco. AOKNIXEMAN WOULD LIKE TO RENT tho uee of a piano or organ for a short tlmo to practice an hour each evening; In strument not to bo removed. Address A., caro this ofllco. Jl'ANlED TO BUY FOR CASH, LARGE V I or Bmall lots of high valuo Newspaper, l'vpartmtnf or other rare Stamps; also col li cllotib of Postage Stamps. Call or addross HflU.KH & CO..M'NHBiBU8t. Now York. fUJt tljUjEMlHO KLIjLNEOUS. Advertisements under Mil head, four lines or Use, 25 rents for one insertion; 60 cents for three. - AAMAAW AVv WVkV. F OlIfiALK-CHKAr-riNE COUNTER and thelilnir. now In No 7137tliHt u wtmust be sold at once. Apply 022 1 stn w. I70H t-ALE-A CHOICE I OT OP FINE V Christmas troes and ovurgreens Just re ceived from thoSugnr IsUad Nursery. Ever greens sold by tho yard. Call at II, T. lll'.ira, No. 3-JO 12th st n w. I?01t HALK-EIOnT HORSES FROM FAU ir outer, Vo.; among thera one pair woll matched bay marcs, ' yeals old; ono stallion, lotn I Igldfoot; gties all gaits: boveral Quo single ilrlveis uud two cheap horsos, Apply nt private atablo. rear 1012 14th st n w. r.'bl! HALK-875-SPKCTAL STAR. Bt-INCH, I tllent rachet, 1 ulr-kol, absolutely por feet condition, Address or apply 223 A st a o, I fOli SALE DLODOETT ESTATE. An heir owning one-tdxtconth of tho above ustato Is duslrout of dlspoilngof tholr Interest for i ash. Other Interokts can bo purchased if desired, Adilrcfcs WEST, offlea of thlB pai'i-r. , "OR HALK-7 SHARES OP T1IC "JUD on 1'nouniatio Railway Stock.' I'luuse ii(Ulre8 a, at this onlco, and luuko a cash uuer. IVOR HALE -6 PER fBNT. BOND.i Ol 1 Kood corporation at B percent J Jin AhDMOIILUR, ilea B llalto et, Boltunoru BHIGGS' B T -roit-SICK HEADACHE -IN tTo- Nervousj Bilious or Congestive Forms. TESTIMONIAL. L. It. BROWN, M.D., SSWd't Jersey st., Ei.iKAai.rn, N.J,, Juno "i, IrVO. This Is In ccrlily that I haro usod for somo months with much satisfaction, tho combina tion of remedies, for Hendaeho, kaown as Ilrlggs' Itcudaclia Troches. Tho rommly euros mora hendaohos, especially such as af fect Nervous Women, than anything Inm ncqualntcd .with, nud It this cortlQcato will bo tho means of bringing It to tho favorable attention of sufferers from that trouble I shrill feci that I lmvo douo thorn a sorrlco. L. R. BROWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by nil Druggists or sont by;Mallon Re ceipt of I'nco. BRIGGS' MEDICINE Cfl ELIZABETH, N. J. i JTOK BAJ.EUUUHEH. Advertisements under this head, four lines or lets, 23 eoifo for one Insertion; DO cents for three. ' r w- 1TOH SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. BROOM . frarao house, just finishing; hydrant In yard; lot ICxllB; snug homo; prlco. $800. Ap ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013 IMhst. FOH8ALE-I HAVE JUST COMPLETED , building 1315 Uth st n w, and offer Itfor snlo nt n fair prlco nnd on very easy terms. It contains a first-class storo and oollar, 22 by 72 feet, with a dwelling above consisting of 9 rooms, bath nnd pantry: closots in nil avallahlo placos; store and dwelling can be used to communicate or entirely soparnto: all modern conveniences. For price and torms apply to aEO, W COCUUAN, 1115 Pa avo. FOR SALE NEW CORNER . HOUSE; monthly payments; 8 rooms, bath, col lar, modorn Improvements; noar lTlntlng, Pension nnd Capitol buildings, M it n o, W.500. Also dwolllng, $3,700. OWNER, B13 flth st n w. FOR BALE FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 25 foot alloy, bet Sth and loth and O nnd H sts b w; 7 rooms: bull on both floors; closots fronting tho Potomac; 15 por cont Invost mont; lot.31 fcot front by C2J doop,49 foot from Cth st. Apply within. FOR SALE-THREE OF TOE CHEAPEST houses In Washington, 106, 103 and 110 llth et n c; two-etory and basemont, brovn tono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; olectrlo bells and gas; prlco, $3,500 each, $500 cash balance to suit or trade for good lots. FOR8ALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR ncr bono: 7 rooms; handsoraoly pa pered: 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth $5, m. Will soil at a sacrifice or rent low. OWNER, Room 20. 810 F st n w. MUJt XXNTHOUHEt. AdrtrtUements under tnls head, fmirllneeor less, 25 cents for one Innrtlon; 60 ctntt for three. rjOR RENT-UNFURNISUED- T(iniavonw.17rs $200 00 nil Connnc, !. rs 200 00 UlSNassntc, 1', rsandbtnblo 200 00 '"11 Kstn w, 13 is ... 200 00 Mnssate. nr Hth, 17 rs 175 00 'uOlCthbtnw.llrs 125 00 1228 M st n w, 15 rs IS.', 00 nro Mass nvo, 15 rs 123 00 1737 Q bt n w. 11 rs ,100 00 Mrochaplastn w, 13 rs 100 Ou I7 Pst ii w,12 rs 100 CO KiCCliaplustnw. 12 rs 75 00 Mitt SlststuW. 10 rs..: 70 00 "HlSlhst n w. 10 rs 0) 00 E01 21t stnw.8 r fpOOJ 12-iS Hth st 1 W. 10T3 60.00 I'st, ncnr21st,7rs , COCO icmcortonstnw. Ors 43 50 iii.2 Gbtn w, 10 i-t 40 00 W73Mstn w, and storo, Ors 40 00 134 N J aro s o, 10 rs 40 00 MSDfitonelilonst,8 rs 33 00 '.W,Qstn,w,2rg 33 33 I4t!i S st n W, 0 rs WOO M O st n w. 10 rs 30 00 MPl Plorco Place nw,B rs 20 00 jaistst sw, C rs 15 00 IE 1st Ft a w, 0 rs 15 00 2101ststsw,7is 15 00 Tho abovo honses can bo examined by per mit from our offico only. THOMAS J. FISnER & CO., 18JlFst. n. W. lOR RENT- 1U17 lBtli st n w, 12 rs, f ur $150 00 1202NRtnw, 12rs, fur 150 00 ico-lll stn w, lors, fur loo 00 u27Nstn w, 18ra , CO 00 78J 21st st n w, 14 rs 45 00 si4 1st st nw, 10 rs 40 00 511 Spruce st 40 00 13(4 Tel n W.8 rs 40 00 I013T Btn W.Ors SO 60 nCOIli st n e.Gra 25 00 lBlBbthstn w, 5 rs and stable 16 CO cnAS. E. ll.VNES, With John F. Wnggaman, N. w. cor. llth and G sts. n. w. IVOR RENT-THE CABIN AND LODGE: 7 C rooms: partly furnished; Meridian Hill, westfldo 10th st extended, Just abovo tho boundary; threo blocks from hcrdlcs and pars; for small family; $12. Apply onprom- t-('it. LOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX I room frame houses, high and dry loca 'Ion; near churches and publlo school In t nlontown. Inqulro of A.BEUREND.438H stn w K C! ST 8 E, FOR RENT-A 7-ROOM BRICK fix houso, with mod. Imp., and coal vault undor tho pavement: convenient to tho Capi tol; $25 por month. 7olt RENT-TWO SIX-ROOM BRICK T bousos, 810 nnd 210J B Bt n w. with hot and cold water; cellar and bath; all in good rendition. Inonlro at 6283d st n w. J? OK HAXjE A Nil JIENT. EJJAL ESTATE BULLETIN BT THOM AS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F Btreot Chnnges made Wednesdays and Saturdays B STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 618 to C30 Mil nvo a w, b li. 4 rs $18,000 1X21 to 1329 CstH o and 1314 to 1322 liar- rl'on vo b c. b h.4 aud 5 rs 12.000 ITCH to 1741 E st n w, Ors 0,0u0 Til lo7001.irrngutEtnw.Iih, firs 9.00J ttoOalloybet 12th and 13th, M andN -tsn w c.oon nw to 113H 23d kt n w, f h, 4 rs 0,000 1114 and 1110 Oth Ktsw.b h, 7ru,aad 1 f h rear 0.000 4i0nnd4osntliptsw, f h, 9 rs C.COJ 3U 13J st b w, b h, m 1, 8 r3 5,000 1123 2cth stn w, f b, 0 ra, and 2 hoasos riar, 4 rs each 5,000 N7 nnd SCO V avtt and OCO Bth it a o.... ifit aiu to 222 13th st and Ky ave, bet SO avuand Bstso. f b 4,000 I'5ti411llaar'sal'eyn w,bh.4 rs 4,000 Ii3 N st n w, f h, S rs, and 2 houses roar 4,000 1.128 V st n w, h h, 0 rs 3,800 821 to .Ht D st 8 o, f ll. 0 rs 8,000 'Kf'ltli -t so, I) li. 0 rs 3,000 431 and 4V1 Rldgo st u w. f li. 6 rs .1,000 J. Lst n w. bli, ml.Urs, .., ,'.MO lbS!8thstn w.bli.B rs 2,400 UNIMPROVED ITIOPERTY FOR BALE. Vojnt Pleusant and Pleasant Plains. ...$1,000 CorVuaveaud -"-thbt u w 2,7uo ifthst let II ind Cstsso l.s;o A -i, bet Hth nrd lMhstsso 1,850 ltithbt, hot UCupItolandA sts so 1,000 Per fool. Mxt.bct 41 andfllhklssw $ 75 tint, bet 2d and M no .., CO Mh st. bet Va avc and Osts o,..,, 80 Ilrookland 10 lftst, bciO andrsts s w 10 ROUSES FOR REN I'. Por month. 7('7Kr1p ft.Ors , $31 50 '"2l'Btn w, llflrs 33 00 I per part 1103 V st n w,7 rs 00 00 fll ll stn w,D rs so oo a n". Est ii w, D rs ,. 21 oo t-Ki7ili3tu w,8d floor tin) M6N Carolluuavoao.Hrs ,, 23 00 -..TMSIfctn w, H rs 2.' 00 H.U't-tue, 7 rs... .....,.,.., 20 00 ixci Hth atn w, 8 rs 22 8J licosthctn w, lira 18 00 I7i7 Johnson h enuo n w 5rs 1800 US llth st a w, Bra 18 no 3.8lit.t sw. Cis 180,1 13 Myitlost ue,7rs... 17 01 ,223Milao w, a m IB 0J 1 17 null 3ID llth stun BrS ,. li M ,MI'tHW.'lrii 12 50 u7Mht n o 4 r 1030 K4n i-t s w, firs jo oo ouJacksimalky n w, 8rs ft 50 REAL ESTATE INVKrTMKNT. h-il t as U. S. bond ; 5 and 8 jut nen t parablo liiarlurly; In BuinM tsluitn $l,i;imall pre mium chargod. LOANS. In turns to null al G per cunt Ttib abovo Is only a portion of the pruporty in my books. 1'or full lb t call at onica for -uiitlln, lbul on l 1st and 13th. EADACHE ROCHES Funiiluro mi Carputo Ou Credit iWl AT Cashpricca iwtJfMmf&:icLr sCirxvibsW. wSRri imi l(ixm WAS7TJ-Tiwir J a iX VFV KT- w)ftsSKE!5i in!itAvwaflHl ,1 flnFMP:iM-li5&uLwj mmJM4B J 1 XSLjJSf Tl9RjJrY J kII L L a IsSh vOSvt Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST- Bedroom Bots In Poplni from $15 up. Ingrain Carpets from 25c. up. Uedroom Bots In Oak or Ohony from Ucdroom Bets In Walnut from $10. Extrft BuP InSra,n i rom ' rorlor Bulls In Hair Cloth or Plush, ' from $05. j Brussels Carpet from 75c. GROGAN'S, 739 and 74i 7th St. N. W. Gas Stoves for Cooking! Gm Boilers at $1.15 and $1.80 (or Instantly maUng Toa or Coffoa. O.A.S COOKERS For largo and maU famlllos. Jnst the stoyo for summer wo, as you ostlngalsb a tbo instant the oooSlau Is done. For sale by the WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 0?ox3l131x 'Street 3ST- "V5T FOXt ItENTlWOaiH. Adrerllsements under this head, fourllnesot less, 3 cents for one Intel tlon; CO cents for three. HANDSOJIE FtSBNIBHKT) ROOSIS. EN fiilto or Flnclc, at tho lludilngham, KO lBllistnw. ocrlookln Jld'hcriioii tiquoio. Cholco tabic 170R RENT-TWO TURNIR1IED R005IS, i tultablo for gentlemen. No. 003 M at n w. O AO ARTHUR PLACE. NW, FIRST HOUSE )fij from R st inirnlshcd rooms for gen tlcmcn; rent low to responslblo parties who will bo rcrmnncnt;conTonlcnt to tho Capitol. 1701' ItKNT-Td GENTLEMEN ONLY; ! two handomo rooms; on Connecticut aTcnuc, between Ji and K streets. Address A. U. C. mall carrier No. 17. 70R RENT-TWO OR THREE SUNNY X rooms, sultablo for light housokooplnc; references required. Call after 2 o'clock, V0 Btlistnc. J7ORRENT-00S K ST N W, ONE HAND ! Bomcly furnished seoond-Btory tront room;northom and southern oxposuro; prl vato family FOR RENT-AT 1012 1 IT II ST N W, LAROE furnished rooms, on sultoorslnr;le:piato flrce If desired, with board. Also stablo for rent. JFOJJ XtENTjtrxaO XILLANEOUS. S s S J.f TnE FINE OYSTER SLOOP AND YACnT, Ella Trcadwpll, for rent, for caloor ex change for other property at Donnott's shlp ynrd. fcot of llth et s w. 1?On RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE . rooms, with steam heat, for rent la tho lluildeis' ExchanKO buildlue, Uiia stn vr. Apply on tho piomlses to tho SUPERIN TENDENT. EDUCATIONAL. THE BERLITZ SCnOOL OF LANOUAUES, K3 llth st. n. w. $10 a term. Tilal lessons free. Bond for circular. Ilranchcs In Now York, Roston. Rrooklyn, Chicago, I'hlladelplila, Loulvlllo, Parli. Fraucc; Berlin and Dresden, Germany T IHE NORWOOD INSTITUTE. A'j tract from a nrlvate letter: "In reply to your request for my advlco as to a good school for your daughter, I can with confidence recommend Mr. uud Mrs. Caboll'B Norwood Instltuto, In Washington. D. C. Tho standard of scholarship there Is high, tho Instruction thorough and tho influ ences good. L. Q. C. Laiuii, Justice U. S. Supremo Couit." Tho school opens Sept. 30. aud.fc stf- j,aX 1415 F street. ' 91 ember of Wnsli lutoii rttock Exchuufre. AH local NtncUs ouil securities bought null sold. IIOTELH AND IlEHTA UEANTIi. WILLARD HOTEL. VW"" WASHINGTON, D. O. O. U . STAPLES, latq of Thousand Isl. Uonss, Proprietor. milK KIJU1TT. WASHINGTON, D. C Army and Navy Headquarters. Four, iron Flro Escapes. ,TEHM8-$3.00 and $l.'oo Por Day. CJT. JAM If 3 UUTKI EDROPEAM PLAN, BIXTH BTREET AND' PENNA. AVE., L, WOODBURY, Proprietor. mHS NORMANDIB, Corner 15th and I stroota northwest, OppoBlta MoPherson Squaro. II. M. CAKE. Prnnrtetiir. Qrnud, Upngbt and Squaro PIANOFORTES Hprclnl attontloa of purohasora ts Invited to oar "NEW ARTIUTIO STYLES," llntsbedlu doBlsnaot "UIGIIEST DUUOKATIVS ART." PtANOS FOB RENT Second-hand Pianos at All Prices, Wm. Knabb & Oo., 817 Market Space, E D W A RDR D riOO P gj5 Pennsylvania Avenue, CalU attention to his largo stock of CI1ASK, fiAHLEH, WHEEUlCIt, IlKlOl URIININO and othor Pianos. Thf Wonderful Self-Plajlng .Kollan Oreai. HTOIIY . ClRK, CUH'OH WARRKls OROANS. Sold on biMuIlmotitB, uicbmiKfl. rented tuniHl, inovoil and storod Ylollut llanjos and Uuttars Strings a nv lalty SU.t nnii.li and musiea. ruo'-'lisu lto a theoid stand WJPa h V A Is J I S tfc rxjiii vtt. Laid Free of Ohargo. A Dissertation on American Wines. It I now universally conceded by ovon tho most fanatical tcotntalcra that a (.-las of tborouglily matured nnd pnro wlno It tho most jioloomo, health and Btrcnsth-glvlng beverage for mankind. Almost ovory htnto no matter how cold In cllmato -producer grapes from which wine Is pressed, but TUB PASADENA WINES aro m ado from tho'-o liwloni SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA graces which attain tho highest grade of maturity nnd rlpcnoss and aro therefore tho host wines 'la the market. I. H. A. SELIGS0N, OF 1200-and 1202 Pouna.Avo. N. W. VASniNGTON.D.C. am tho soleageut for tho rasartouu WInos and Brandies and hell at lnarvolouily low prices. I hnTO received orders from rich and lioor alike and all cheerfully acknowledge that tho Pasadona Wines and Brandies nro by far tho best nnd purest in tho District, notwltlistniidlng the fact that my prices uro tho very lowest. My so tier cent, romovul discount will bo indefinitely continued. Pleaso compare my prices with those of others. Original Prices PASADENA WINES. Por Gal. Clnrct, extra quality $1 00 3urgundy.. 1 no Angelica 1 ro Muscatl 1 M Miony (Golden or Talo)..,, 150 Mierry " " ' ex- traold 2 00 Port 1 50 Port, extra old 2 00 Hock 100 Illcblltig 1 00 llrnmly 4 00 brandy, very old 5 f 0 Brandy, very, very eld.... 10 00 Malaga 1 10 Champagne, quarts, doz... 12 Oil Champugno,piuts,2doz... 13 00 All (JJrpets HuJo and Rednetd ITlces Por Gil. $0 BO 1 20 1 20 . 1 SO 1 20 1 CO 1 20 1 CO 80 bO 3 20 4 00 8 00 1 20 9 00 10 40 yiRGINIAAND IIOTERAMERICAN WINES Virginia Claret $1 00 $0 60 Norton's Virginia Settling, per dozen 4 00 3 20 Sweet Catawba (finest qual ity) 00 80 I carry tho largest stock of Imported Wines, Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica nnd St. Crol Rims and nil Die French Cordials, including tho celebrated after-dinner cordial, URBMIS BE MENTHE (Cream of Mint), green or orange. 'I he oldest llye, liournon and Imported WhlFkies can always bo found at mystoio. 1 emiE.cnitea fow: Irlinblu Pure Rye... 1 Monllcelloruro Ryo In Demijohns or Perfection luro Ilyo Bottles Hannl6iroPurolfyo verylow. lid Kcntiickv Sour Mash.. .cotch Whbky.old.. ........ 0 00 Xjiitch Whisky, ory old.... "60 -cotch Whisky, very, very old ; 10 00 riih w hlflr, old GOO iilsli w hlsky, very old 7 60 irlsh hlsky, very, very old. 10 00 Uvrnian Rcpgen llrnntwcln. 5 00 4 eo UU3 8 on 4b0 o i 8 00 4 Oct I mako a specialty of high-flavored Cook ing and Jelly Wines, and Brandies. H. A. SELIGSON, THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT, 1200-1202 Pa. ave. H. W. TELEPHONE CALL 112-3. USB OKU1A, UXliULlNU, M1KNKOI-A, QIIiT 1SUUH or OOI.UHH UltX FLOTJB And yon will always bavo beautiful Dread Rolls and Biscuits. Wholesale Depot, oor por Ftrvt street and Indiana ayoaue, WM. M, OAL.T CO. K, KvnTZ ,I011Nf-ON A. li. JlllIHHON, OHFICES-iarji'st. n, w., IMS 7th nt a. w., HU'OthBt. n w., 3d ami lists, n. w., 1740 l'u. ave. n. w. and 101 M st. n. 0 Johnson Bros., PEALK1I8 IN COAL, COKE AND WOOD." wasiiincTton. I), f. MAINllKKICK -laciKst 11 w Office, Wharves and Kallro.nl Yards rVj ..1 lttb w ol Agvnlif..r i-ak . f n-a"ir .(.... ' uii5,d tuto jt.iij,itOAva, TIic Umi Pcnusylvniiiu Route To the North, West, and Southwest, Doublo Traok . Biilcndld Scenery. Steel Ralls. Mngnlllccnt Equipment. In Ervrcr .UNVAnT lst, isio Trnlna lento Washington, from station, cor ner of Mxth and II streets, as follows: Foil PittM'1Ui nnd tho West, Chicago Limited R press of Pullman Vostlbiilcd Cars nl 10.ro a ra dally: Past Lino, 10.60 am dnllv to Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, with Bleeping Cars from Pittsburg to Cincinnati, ami Sleeping Cars lltirrlsbiirg to Indianapolis, dally, ex cept Saturday, to Chicago, with sleeping Car Alioona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati Express, 3.B0 11 m dally. Parlor Car Wnriilnalon to Hnrrlsbiira, nnd Sleeping Cars llnrrlsbnrg to Ht. Louis. Chicago and Clnclnnnll, and Dining Car Ilai rlibnig to St. Louis. Western Express, nt 7.10 pm dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St. Louis, connecting dally nt Harris buig with through Sleepers for Lonlsvlllo nnd Jlcmphls. Pacific Express, 10.00 p m dally, for Pittsburg nnd tho West, with through Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago, DALTIXIORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. Ton KANr. Cnnandalgua, Rochester and Mngnra Palls dally, except Sumlav. 8 10 a m, Pen Enn:, Cnnandnliua and Itoehoster dally; for lltiffiilo and Niagara dnlly, oxcopt t-nttudny. lo.ot iini..wltliSlcepluB Car Wash ington to Rochester. Foil Wn.i.iAMsi'onT, Look Hnven and El mlra, nt 10.6O a in dally, oxcopt Sundny. Ton Wilmaji'i-okt dnlly, 3..T0 p in. Foil PintAiir.i.i'iiiA, New York nnd the East, 7.20, D.OO, 11.ro nnd 11.10 a 111. 188.8.131.52, 4.10 10.CO and 11.20 pm. On Sundny, 0.00. 11.10 a in, 2.10, 3.20. 4 10. lOOOond 11.20 pm, Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Curs, 0.40 a m dully, oxrept Sunday, and 4pm dnlly, with Dining Car. FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY. lAfr I!xmrh, 8 10 a in week days, and 8.10 p m daily. Aceom , 0.00 p m dnlly. Fon Roston, without chango, 3.20 p m every day. Fon EnooKt.Tjt. N. Y.. nil through trains connect at .icrt-oy City with boats of Hi ook lyn Anuox.nffoidfngdfrecttransferto Fulton Hreot, nroldlng doublo ferriage across Now York city. Fou Atlantic Citt, 11.40 a m wcok days, 11.20 pm dally. Von lUt.TiMor.E, 0,3"), 7.20. 8.10. 0.00, 0 40, 10.60, 11.00 and H.IOani, 12.03,2.10,329,3.30, 4.C0.4.10, 4.20, 4 40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10. 10.00 ami 11.20 p.m. Ou Sunday 9.00, 0.03,10.50,11.40 am, 2 10, 3.20, 3.30, 4.00, 4.10. 0 00, 7.10, 8.10 10.ro nnd 11.2011. m. 1'on Pom's CneiiK Uno, 7.20 a m and 4.10 p. in d,ally, except Sunday. Foil ANNArous, 7.20, 9, a ra, 12 03 and 4.20 1 m dnlly, except Sundny. Sundays, 0.03 a m, 4.10 pm. ALEXANDRIA.,! AND FREDKRICKHnima ItAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILWAY. IS effect Novr.5inr.it 18, 1SS9. Ton AixxANnniA, 4.30, 0.SS, 7.15, 8.10, fl.43, 10.17 a in, 12.04 noon, 2 03, 4.13, I.U3. 4.53,0.01, B.02, 10.03 nr.d 11.37 p m. On Sunday at 4.30, 7.43. 0 45, 10 07 a m, 2.30, 4,15, 0.01, 8.02 and 10.C6 p m. An oiijiodatio! ron QcANnco, 7.43 a m and 4.63 ji m week davs. 7.45 a m Sundays, Foil Hit njioKDnbd tho South, 4.S0, 10.67 a m dally, and 4.15p m dally. Accommoda tion, 4.65 p m week days. TItIAslcavo Alexandria for Washington, 0.05, 7 05, 8.00, 9.10, 10.15. 11.07 a m; 1.20, 3.00 6.10, 0.10, 7.05, 9.20. 10.32, 10.13 and 11.03 p m. On Sunday nt 0.10 and 11.07 am: 2.00.6.10. 0 10. 7.05, 0.20, 10-32 and 10 42 p in. Tlckclsnnd Information at tho ofllco. north enst corner of 13thstrcof and Pennsylvania avenuo. and at tho statlcn, whero orders can bo left for tho cheeking of baggago to desti nation from hotels and residences. CIIAS. E. PUGH, ,1. R. WOOD, General Manngor. Pen. Pass Agont. Enllimore & Ohio Railroad. Scfccdiilo In effect Doe 23, lSffl. Loavo Washington from Station comer of Now Jersey avenuo and O etroot. Fon Chicago nnd N'nrlhwnst. Vnalllmlo Limited oxpress dally 11:20 a m, express 9:30 pm. Fon Cincinnati. St Louis nnd Indianapo lis, express daily, 3:10 and 11:30 p m. Fon 1'iiTsnui.a nnd Clovcland, Vcstlbulcd Limited express daily 11:10 am and oxpross 8:10 pm. Fon Lexington and I,ocnl Stations, tlOW am, Fon Winchester, and Way Stations, 15.00 p. ni. I"on LunAT, 8:40 p m. Fou Haltihoi.e. wtek days, 4.00, 6 00, 0.40. 720, 8 30,020, 8 43 1 11. CO, 12.00. 45 minutes), a m, 12.10. 2 cn.2 30 (J5 ninntos). 8 15(45-mln-utcs). 3.26, 4.25, 4 30, 4.35, 5.3C, 0 20, 7.10, 7.45. O.ro, 10.00 und 11 so p m. Sundays. I CO, 7.20, 8.S0, 0 20, 9 45 0 m. 1200 (15 minutes). 1.15, ACO, 2.30 (45-mlntltee), 3 23. 1 23,4.33, tj.20, 7.10 74.1.0 m, in.sn nnd 11.80 pm. For. W ay Staiions between Washington nnd liiiltlmoro, 6 00, 0.10, 8.30, a m. 12.10, 3 25, 4.35, C 20. ll.,:0 p m. Sundays. 8.30 a m, 1,13, 8 23, 4 35,0.20, 11 30 pm. Iiiains Unvo Daltlmoro for Washington, week duys, 5.10. 0 20, 0.SO, 7.20. 7.45. 8 00, 8.30, 11.15 aid 10 15am: 12.(0, 12.15, 1.60,2,10,3 00, 184.108.40.206. 600, P.00, 0.20 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.33, Kl.20. 10.25 and It p. m. Sundays fl.SO, 7 45, 8.80, n.15. 10.15 n m: 12.00, 13 ro, 1.60, 2.10, 4.15, 5.C0, 0 20. 7.10, 7.B0. 8.80, 8.13, 10.20. 10.23 and lilt p m. Foil Annafous, 0,40 a m, 12.10. 455 p m. On Sundays, 8.S0 11 m. 4.S5 p m. Loavo An napolis C 40. a m 12.05, 3 60 p m. Sundays, 8.57 n in, 4.00 pm. Fon Stations oh tho Motronolltan llrannh. 10.45,510 30a m. 1.10 pm for principal sta- ilium uniy; tiu..w u m, Ts.-i" ann t.j.? p m. Fon Rockviu-e and way stations tt.S3 p m. Fon GAiniEisMivnu nnd Intermodlatepofnts, 9 W n in, tl CO 6 85, tll.35 p ra. Fon RoinVand Intermediato6tatlonst7.00 pm. SlO.Wpm. Cnuucii liiAiN lcavos Washington on Sun day ut 1.10 pro, stopping at nil stations on Metropolitan Ilrancli. F01: FrsuEmcx. to 45. tll.SO a m, t3.10, tl.SO pm. Smidoys, 1.10 pm. Fou Haoeiibtown, Tll.SO a. nl. and t5.30 p. m, Thains nirivofrom Chicago dally 11.45 am and 4.1C p m: from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally S.45 u m and 1.60 pm: from Pittsburg 7.10 11 m. 0 50 p m dnlly. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI VISION Ton New Yona. Trenton, Newark and Elizabeth, N. J.. 4.00, t8.00, 9.20, 13 CO a m, 2.:, 4.20 and 10.80 p m. Ruffet Parlor Cars on all duy'tralns. Sleeping Car on the 10.80 p m, or-n at 9.00 p m. Fon PiiiiADEtriiiA. Nowark, Wilmington and Chester. 4 CO. 18.C0, 9 20, 12.00 a in. 8.30, 4.S0, 7.I0 nnd 10 SO pm Foil IMEBMEDIATE TOINTS bOtWCPn Haltl- rroro aud PhiludolpLrn, t5.00 and k7iM a m, 12.M, 13.15 p m. Tiiains leave New York for Washington. 8.C0, tll.CO a in, 2 00, 3 20, 5.00 p m and 12.15 nlht. Tiiainh i.iae Philadelphia for Washington, 1.40, 8.16, 11 10 a in,tl.35, 'IO, '0.05. 7,40 pm. Fon Atlantic Citt. 4 OO u m and 12.00m Sui daj , 4.W) a m and 12.00 noon. tKxccpt Sunday. Dally. 5sundayonly. Rnpgugocillcd for and checked from ho Ids ut d leddeners bv Union Transfer Co. on oidtrHlift at ticket ofllcee.OIB and 1331 Pa avo and at Depot J. T. ODE1 L. CnAS. O. SCULL, GcnHuuager. Gen, Pass. Ag't. Chesapeake and Ohio Routo. Schedule In offect May 12, 1S89. ITalus leuvo Union r)epol. Sixth aud B htroets, 10.67 e m for Newport Nows, Ola Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In Old Point at 0.03 p m, nnd Norfolk at 0.35 p m. 11:21 a m Cincinnati Express, dully, for statlona In Virginia, West Virginia. Kontuoky and Cliiclunatl. Vostlbulo Hieotiors throuta without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7. a.m 0.40 p m-F. F. V. Vestibulo flpfchvl, dally, solid trains with dining oars ruu through without ohango to Cinolnnatl. Vestibule Sleeper for IjxIngton and liOUlsvlilo. 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