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THE WASTT1NGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBIUJAJtY 7, 1890.
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EARLY DUELING DAYS.
SENTIMENT IN THE ARMY IN
Jnnlimreit When OlIiccrK Showed Trim
IMotill Cuiirusu liy lln llnllic lo On
Oil tlio Vlelil of Iliimir anil Alililu
lit I ho Code."
In ii Idler written to u frlcntl many
years iiro, General William Henry Hnr
i Isoii, the ninth President of the United
BlutL'i, gave, ns follows, his opinion re
"I believe Hint there were more duels
in tho northwestern nrmy between tlio
yenr 1701 nnd 1703, Inclusive, than over
took jiliuo in the Bamc length of time,
nnd nniung so small a body of men ns
composed the commissioned ofllccrs of
the nrmy, cither in America or any
other country, at least in modern times.
"1 became an olllccr In tliu llrst men
llontd yenr, at bo early nn ngc thnt It is
not wonrlciful that I implicitly adopted
he opinions of tho older oillccrs, moat
of whom Merc veterans of the revolu
tion, upon this as well as upon other
subjects counnccted with my conduct
and duly In tho profession I had choscu.
1 believed, therefore, In common with
tho laigcr portion of tho oillccrs, that
no brave man would dcclinon challenge
nor itf rain from giving ono whenover
he considered that his lights or feelings
had been ticspass-cd upon. I must
confess, too, that 1 wns not altogether
fice fiom the opinion that even honor
might bo iicqultcil by a well fought
NOT A TKHl" OF COUllAOU.
"Fortunately, however, beforu I was
engaged In a duel, either as pihiclp.il
or second, which terminated fatally to
nny one, I became convinced that all
my opinions ou the subject were
founded on error, and none of tlibm
more so than that which depleted the
situation of tho successful duelist as
either honorable or desirable. A short
c.pcilcnco in the army convinced mo
alho that rlghllnz a duel was not an un
doubted lest of true courage. I know
instances of duels, and desperate duels,
being fought by men who would not
liavo been selcctrd, by otllccrh wlm
lenew them, to lead a forlorn hope. On
the contraty, I possessed the mo3t posi
tive testimony to prove thnt some of
the bravest men would not bo engaged
In nu affair of the kind under any clr
cumbtanccs. "I present you with n rcminhccnccof
my enrly military lire. I Introduco It
not only to sustain my posltiou, but
from the respect I enlcrtnin for tho
memory ot a Riillcnt brother olllccr, Ion;?
fclnce called lo receive In another world
his reward for having preferred 'the
praise of God to ttie praise oC men '
LIEUTENANT DRAKE'S UHAVEIIY.
"In the summer of the year I70;i,
Lieutenant Drnkc, of the' infantry of
the second suh-lcgiou, received a
marked insult from another olllccr.
As ho manifested no disposition to
call him to an account, some of tho-o
who wished him well, among whom
I was one, spoke to him on the subject.
expressing our fears that his reputation
as nn ofliccr would urcatly suffer if ho
permitted such an insult to pass un
noticed.' The answer that ho gavo mo
wns, that ho cared not what- opinions
the ouiccis might ,form of him, ho
was determined to pursue his own
course. That course was so novel in
the army, that It lost him, as I supposed
it woulel, the respect of nearly all the
otlicers. Tho ensuing summer, how
ever, gave "hlr. Drake an opportunity
of vindicating, most triumphantly, his
conduct and principles.
"lie hud been stationed in a small
forticss, which had been elected by
General Wayne, and had been rendered
remarkable by tho defeat of General St.
Clair's nrmy, three days before. Tho
garrison consisted of a bln-rlo rifle com
pany and thirty Infantry, and of the
latter Drako was the immediate com
inaoder. In the beginning of July,
1704, a detachment ot tho army, con
sisting of several hundred men, under
the command of Major 3Ic3Iahon, were
attacked early In tho morning by up
ward of thrco thousand Indians. The
troops made a gallant resistance, but
being turned on both flanks, and in
danger of being surrounded, they re
treated to the open grouud around the
"Fiom tbig, too, they were soon dis
lodged by the overpoweilng force of
the enemy. In tho ret l eat, many
wounded men wcro in danger of being
left, which fact being observed from
the fort, tho comrrTandnut, Captain
Gibson, directed his own lieutenant to
take the infantry (Drake's particular
command) and n portion of the rifle
men, and sally out to their relief. To
this Drake objected, nnd claimed tho
richt to command his own men, aud,
as n senior lo tho other lieutenant, his
right also to tho whole command. 'Oh.
very well, sir,' said the captain; 'If
such Is your wish, take it.' 'It Is my
wish, sir, to do my duty, nnd I will en
deavor lo do it now, anil at all times,'
wan the modest reply of Drake. JIo
necoidinsly sallied out, skilfully inter
posedhis detachment between the re
treating troops and tho enemy, opened
upon them a hot fire, arrested their ad
vance, and gave an opportunity to tho
wounded to effect their escape", nnd to
tho broken and retrcatiug companies to
reform, and again to face the enemy.
A CONBIUCUOUH MAltK.
"Throughout tho wliolo affair,
Drake's activity, skill and extraordinary
self-possession wore conspicuous. Tho
enemy, of courso, observed It as well as
his friends. The numerous shots di
rected at him, howovcr, like tho arrows
of Tcuccr aimed at the heart of Hector,
were turned aside by Providential inter
ference, until ho had accomplished all
that he had been sent to perform. He
then received a ball through his body
and fell. A faithful corporal came to
his assistance, and with his aid lie
reached tho fort, and those two were
tho last of the retreating party that
entered it. Drake made It a point of
honor that it should bo so. Mr. Drako
was rendered unfit for duty for a long
time by his wound. Ho had not. In
deed, recovered from it In tho summer
of 1700, when he was my guest, nt Fort
Washington (Cincinnati), (where I was
In command) on his way, on furlough,
to visit his nntivo State, Connecticut.
Ills friends, howovcr, enjoyed his
presenco but a short time; having, as I
understood, taken tho yellow fovcr in
passing through Philadelphia, he died
in a few days after ho reached his
ANOTHER CAHE OF MORAL COUltAOE.
"I havo another instance to rclato:
"An ofliccr of the army had so often
und so unnecessarily wounded the feel
ings of another of tho same corps, tho
duties of which inado their association
ludiBpciisublo, that he considered him
self hound to demand satisfaction In tho
usual way, They met, and tho Injured
man fell, receiving a mortal wound, as
it was anticipated he would, from tho
superior fakill of his antagonist in tho
use of tho weapon which they used.
Being possessed of a high grado of tal
ent and an amiable character, he had
tho sympathy of all tho ofllccrs. With
others, I visited him after he had been
removed lo his quarters. Ho expressed
a dcslro to see tho officer with whom ho
bad fought, and I was present at tho
interview, I wish I could describe, as
It nienl", this interchtlng scene. The
e'irciitiiMarces attending It were so
deeply Impressed upon my mind that
they can never bo effaced n long as
memoiy hold Its seat.
"In the tent wete omo hnlt dozen
of 1U ois, the friends of tho dying mini
(for he had, from hlsnmlablu qualities,
many and wnim one), exhibiting un
cipiUoeal cldcnces of their sorrow.
CoiMptcuoiM above the rest, and near
the head of the tilde couch, was the
manly form of the commandant of the
corps to which both tho duelists be
longed (iho beau lilcnl of chlvnlrous
valor, nnd tho Chevalier Unynrd of tho
Army), endeavoring lo stifle, ns best ho
could, tho feelings which agitated Ids
bosom. At n little distance, and In full
view of tho victim of his passions, sat
Insensible ; but I must restrain tho
Indignation which I still feel.
"lie was my brother olllccr; wo
fib n led together the perils of a dilllcult
war, and in battle I know that ho did
his duly, and, whatever might havo
been his conduct to others, 1 never had
personally any reason to complain of
him. Hut there lie sat, apparently, at
least, unalfeetcil by Iho mischief ho had
done by burying In an untimely grave
a man who had never Injured him,
whose arm might bo needed in the pend
ing decisive battle witli tho hitherto tri
umphant enemies of his country, and
whoso Intellect might at somo future
time havo been usefully employed In
a YiN(i man's ronoivNr.su.
"The severe bodily pain which tho
dying ofliccr had for some time suffered,
had ccaH'd, and thnt calm nnd case suc
ceeded which is tho uncmilvocnl har
binger of approaching death, nnd which
a gracious Providence has provided for
tho mortally wounded soldier, to enable
him to offer a last prayer for his dis
tant family. If ho has one, or for tho
pardon of his own bins. Turning his
intclliccnt eye upon his lato antagonist,
lie mildly said: 'He had desired lo sec
him for tho purpose of assuilng him of
his sincere forgivness that ho wished
htm happiness In this world and that,
ns the menus of securing it, he recom
mended to him, with tho sincerity of n
dying man, to endeavor to restrain tho
violence of his passions, the Indulgence
of which had deprived ono of life who
had never injured him in thought or
Tlicft or un Overcoat,
A middle-aged woman, accompanied
by a girl and young man, entered
Charles Kaufman's clothing store on
Seventh street yesterday afternoon and
asked to he shown a suit of clothes for
her son. "Whllo tho young man was
looking over tho clothes the mother
walked around thestoro on a tour of In
vestigation. She did not seem to find
what she wanted, nnd finally went out
and looked into the window. In the
meantime the clerk was trying to per
suade the young man to make a pur
chase, when, suddenly looking around,
the young man observed that his mother
and sister had both gone. He said to
tho clerk: "You don't seem to have
what I want," nnd went out tho door.
When the clerk examined hls slock
afterward be discovered that a valuable
ovcicoat was missing. The woman.it
appems, -while examining tho clothes,
nael sitppcei tnc com unucr ncr snnwi
nnd gone out. The son waited until
she had a good start and then followed
A Curo or No JL'm.v
Ir what tho proprietors of Dr. Plerco's
Golden Medical Discovery guarantee to
those who uso that wonderful medicine for
any Wood taint or humors, eruptions, pim
ples, blotches, scrofulous sores orswclllngs.
Money returned. If It don't benefit or cure.
Money for Sclionl Hoys,
Thirty tcliool boys above the age of
12 can lenin how to make somo money
without interfeiing with their school
work by calling at The Ciutio office at
4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
'50 40' or fight." Bee "War" Robert
son's advertisement In Tuc Sunday Cav
of purs Cod Liver Oil with Hypoi
phosphites of Urns and Soda la
almost no palatable an milk.
Children enjoy It rather than
othorwlae. A MARVELLOUS FLESH
PRODUCER It la Indeed, and the
tittle lode and laaalea who take cold
easily, may be fortified against a
cough that might prove serious, by
taking Scott's Emulsion after their
meals during the winter soason.
Jleicare of lubttltuttotif ami imitations.
MM LEAF TEA.
AT DO CENTS A TOUND,
And Every Other Variety of
At Extremely Low Prices.
II, 1 BURCHELL,
1325 K STI1EET.
SPJi..?i? BHt,a-r.n. cWs.t
M:iV I.A110H ORGANIZATION.
I'dpcr-Hnngem' l'rolcctlro Association
formed Last Mglit.
For somo lime past there has been n
movement on foot to start n Vnper
Ilnngcis' Association similar to thoai
foimcdby the Typographical, llilek
layeri nnd Iion-Workcn' unions, and
at the samo tlmo be oilglnal in its
movements. Hcccntly a party met at
the lesldcnco of a paper-hanger and for
the flrst time definite plans wcro pro
posed and a notice Issued Informttig tho
paper-hangers of the District that such
a project was being formed nnd asking
Iheui to meet nt n hall on Louisiana
avenue, At the appointed hour a
lnrgo number were present who wcro
heart nnd soul for tho orgnui.atlon.
Tho new organization is not a part of
tho Knights of Labor. At tho same
lime It is In sympathy with all labor or
ganizations nnd expresses Its gratitude
to tho Knights for tho great amount of
cood It has done towaid tho advance
ment of labor.
It Is thought by some that mistakes
have been made by the knights In at
tempting to form nil branches of labor
under one head, lo be directed by one
body. Tho now organization Intends
to profit by the knights' cnor nnd havo
none but paper-hangers In their now
departure, under tho name of the
"rnnerllnngers' Piotcctlve nnd Deno
llciai Association." At first tho work
will bo conllncd to the District, but the
plans me that it shall ho a nationnl nf
lair, taking in every cltv and town In
tho United States. Tiio oillccrs are
Sir. P. K. Daw, president; Mr. K.
Hums, vice-president; Mr. George S.
Wartley, treasurer; Mr. Shackelford,
financial secretary; Mr. C. A. Slngel
ton, bcrgcant-nt-arms; Mr. W. 8. Cog
gins, recorder; Mr. Louis 13. Dennis,
chaplain, nnd Mr. 0. S. Withcrcst,
Tho meeting last night was called
to order by the'prcsident. after which n
prayer wns offered by tho chaplain,
Mr. Dennis. Much of the evening wns
spent In discussing the report mado by
Messrs. Stockton', Swartlln and Dennis,
who formed the committee on constitu
tion and by-laws, several sections of
which wcro adopted. Prom tho en
thusiasm displayed the association
gives every promise of being a success.
Kxcursinn to New Orleans.
For tho benefit of those- desiring to at
tend tho annual Sxngerfest at Now Or
leans February 1217, and tho MarJKJras
festivities February 18, ttio Baltimore and
Ulilo Railroad will soli excursion tickets
Washington to Now Orleans and return at
rato of $37.G0 for the round trip. Tickets
will be 6old for all trains February D, 10,
13, 14, 15 and 10, and will bo valid for
return passage until March 1, 1800. For
Information in detail call at B. it O. ticket
ofllccs, Nos. 01D and 1831 l'ennsylvania
avenue, or at depot, eomcr of New Jersey
avenue and C street.
Nationnl Onnril OOlecrc.
The National Guard Association has
chosen the following ofllccrs to bcrvc
for the ensuing year: President, Gen
eral George "W. Wlngatc of New York;
fl:&t vice-president, Adjutant-General
Samuel Dalton of Massachusetts; sec
ond vice-president, General Charles J.
Anderson of Yireiuia; recording secre
tary. Colonel rrcel. h. linrnswortti
of Michigan; treasurer, Lieutenant
Colonel C. J. Hills of Fnlrbury,
reduction of 10 per cent, lias been made on
the mark-down prices in our children's suit
nnd overcoat department. Eiscmau Bros.,
7tli & E.
You can order The Came by postal card".
It will bo sent to your address every even
ing for 35 cents.
WOODWARD & LOTHHOP,
Cor. 11th and F sts. northwest.
Many laelles nro having their wash drcssoj
made inow for Instant use. Judging from
ttio fickleness of the weather, thero Is no
telllne how roon you may need them. Be
sides, you secure tho choicest effects In se
I'lfty styles of lovely French Satteens.
whloh surpass silks in the originality and
boldness of designs and attractiveness of
color tainting. Exclusive patterns, of course.
Wash Ginghams In Flalds and Stripes at
12)o per yard that look to cost double. Scotch
Ginghams nt SEo. tho same for which voti
havo paid 371 and 40c; and yet we havo pret
tier Ginghams at 371, 60, 091 and 75o per yard.
"1 will bo a great Gingham year from present
WOODWARD & LOTnilOP.
SPECIAL VALUES IN CRASHES.
1C0 pieces of Imported Russian Crash, all
linen and extra quality; IB-inch, lOo a yard;
lb-Inch. 12o a yard.
Check Glass Toweling, 18 and SO Inches
wide, 12lc a yard.
18-Inch Bleached Russian Linen Crash, 12Jc
18-inch Barnsloy Twilled Crash, lie a yard.
Ifl-lnch Barnsloy Twilled Bleached Crash,
1Sc a yard.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP.
Handkerchiefs below their recular unco.
Wo bought them so. Thoy belong at S5o and
sold for that price at Christmas. Wo shall
sell this new purchase at lfo each, 3 for 50c
8 for the price of two. Fifteen or more at
tractive styles, all hemstitched and embroi
dered In white, In colors and In black.
We also secured an equal bargain for chil
dren and misses. Pure Linen Hemstitched
nnd Scalloped Edge Handkerchiefs, embroi
dered in white and colors, alto offerod at the
low price of IBo each, 3 for SOc.
We do not expect to over be ablo to offer
better values than these If as good;
WOODWARD & LOTnUOP.
A feature cf tho Mutlln Underwear stock Is
tho complete lino for children. Good Mualln
Drawers, 12)0 per pair. Good Muslin Waists,
lSlo each. Good Muslin Skirts, 23o each. Ex
cellent Muslin Gowns, priced aocordlngto
size, 37), 45, DO and SSo each.
Thoroughly mado, nicely trimmed and
offered low enough to get you out ot the no
tion ot home-making.
WOODWARD & LOTIIROP.
MOHAIR CRUSHED PLUSH.
Upholsterers say this material is easily
worked. Our customers who havo used It
say that its wearing qualities cannot neox-
celled by any other material at twlco the
:uea oy any oiner
WOODWARD & LOTflROP,
Tho merit of this article was discovered In
tho cleansing of wool and is now used in the
great woolen mills of this country. Further
ln estimation proved Its valuo In house-cleaning
and Is recommended to housekeepers)
hotels, hospitals, miners, machinists, store
keepers, printers, painters, laundries and
ethers as being useful for washing window),
floors ot marble and wood, cleaning paint,
washing glassware, crockery and artlolca of
slher, copper, tin and Iron, Full directions
accompany each paokago.
Flrsr floor, rear.
for. 11th anil FSts. N. W.
Marriage nT Onicor Kttieriunnn,
Olllccr "William Btucrmnim of tho
Klghlh l'leclnet wns married Inst oven
hie to Miss LouUo K.xcl of Washington
nt the brldo's residence, corner of
Klghlh nnd K street', by tho Hov. Dr.
Miller of tho Lutheran Church. A re
ception wns held, after which dancing
was Indulged In. Tho best man was
Mr. Henry AVnscninn, Among tho
guests wcic Hanimau Darker nnd wife,
Prcd. Wneemiin, ltlchnrd Wnseman and
lady, George Poglcr and wife, Henry
Schioth nnd wife, John lenders nnd
family, August Spcckmnn and wife,
Thomas Kaywood and Indies, John
liege, P. Itoht, George Cuslv, J, N.
Pllleld, G. N. Nicholson, J. J". Smith,
G. L. Poc, J. W. Gcssford, Mr. Orsh
nnd family, Mr. Leopold nnd family,
Ilencry Waltherand Charles Dnrmaln.
Tho most obstlnato cases of dyspepsia
nro cured by Hood's Sarsapnrllln. This
medlcliio tones tho stomach, promotes
healthy digestion, creates nn npnetlto and
icllcrcs headache. Give It n trial.
You ran order Tun Ciutio by postnlcard
It will be sent to your address every even,
lug for 35 cents
lATft reduced to $3.90.
Telephone, Special Wire. No. M.
Special Attention. Low Prices.
110', SEW TORK AVE. N. W.,
WASHINGTON, I). C.
He Death Record attfic Health Office
Tho record nf tho Health Ofllco for January
21 shows 01 deaths reportod. Ot thee 17
woro from TNEUMONIA, 0 from BRON
CHITIS. 4 from CONOKSTION of tho LUNGS,
4 from CONSUMPTION. In two oasos tho
GRIP was given as the causo of death lend
In ono "LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA" was re
corded. The figures of thoday beforeshowed
that over 50 percent, of the deaths wcro
caused by lung diseases.
This Is a very largo showing of mortality
from lung diseases, especially ironi tho
For tho prevention of lung troubles of all
kinds DOUGLASS' EMULSION Ii rocom
mended, tho timely uso of which may avert
a seilous Illness, I nothing worse. Douglass
Emulsion Is mado from Pore Norwe
gian Cod Liver Oil, combined with tho Hypo
phosphltCB of I.imo and Soda. It Is very pal
atable nnd easily digested.
Is a sneclflc for Weak Limes. Bronchial
Troubles and General Debility. Sufferers
from "La Grippe" will find it will strengthen
the Lungs, relieve tho Soreness of tho Chest
and quickly curo tho Cough resulting from
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 7Bo.
Ei:iD"W- DP. MEBTZ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
ioj i r .NTncnT NoimiWEST.
Adurtlsminti vnatr this fiead, four lines or
lets, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
1701RIavon W.17rs $200 00
1011 Conn ave, 15 rs 200 00
1413 Mass nve, 17 rs and stablo 200 00
1111 K st n w, 13 rs 200 00
Mass ave, nr 18th, 17 rs 175 00
KXOiethstnw.llrs 125 00
1228MstnW, 15 rs 125 00
110!) Mass avo, 15 rs 125 00
1787Qstnw. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 100 00
1742 Pstnw,12rs 100 CO
1402 Chapln stnw, 12 rs ,.. 75 00
1042 21st stnw, 10 rs 70 00
814 12th st n w. 10 rs 00 00
1801 21st et n w. 8 rs 50 00
124811th stnw. 10ra 50 00
Pst, near21st,7rs 50 00
IClOCorcon stn w.Ora 43 50
2C33Gstn w, 10 rs 40 00
3073 M st n w, and storo, 0 rs 40 00
431 N J ave s o, 10 rs 40 00
1430 Stoughton st, 8 rs 85 00
eaOBQstn w,2rs 83 33
1429Sstnw. Ors .'10 00
MCstnw. lOrs 3000
1431 Pierce Place nw.Crs 20 00
202 1st st s w, o rs 15 00
HBlstnsw, 0 rs 15 00
2101ststBW,7rs 15 00
The above houses can be examined by per
mit from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISnER CO.,
1324 F St. n. W.
1017 15th st n w, 13 rs, fur
. 150 00
. CO 00
.. 45 00
,. 40 00
,. 40 00
,. JJ5 00
1202 N st n w, 12 rs, fur..
1004 II st n w, 10 rs, fur...
8327 N stnw, 13 rs
732 2lBt stnw, 14 rs
814 1st stnw, 10 rs
511 Spruce st
1013 T stn w. Ors
710 0th stn e. Ors
1819 8th st n w, 5 rs and Btable
CHAS. E. BANES.
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and Cists. n. w.
T7IOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX-
JD room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches
and nubllo school In
Inquire Of A. BEUREND, 433 II
Advertisements under this heat, four lines or
lets, sa cents for one insertion; cu cents jor mree.
J Q St., n. side, 14th and 15th,
a fino 8-story, tl-room and cellar brick house;
lot 22x95, with lino parking; furnaco heat;
pood, largo, bright rooms; In very good con
dition. 1103 New Hampshire avo.,
a beautiful, new 10 room brick, handsomely
finished, choice location.
Tho abovo bouses havo been held at $0,000
each, but will bo sold at reduced rates and
on easy terms. J. B. WIMEll,
fc5j3t 1313 F St. n. w.
IOR SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 0-ItOOM
framo honeo.Just finishing; hydrant In
vard: lot 16x115: enuc home: price. SSI
1,013 ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room Jo.
I 70R SALE-FRAME HOUSE DOS IN 25
! foot alley, bet oth and loth and G and n
sts s w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closets
fronting tho I'otomao; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot SO feet front by C.'l deep, 49 feet
from nth st. Apply within.
ITIOR SALE-TnREE OF TnE CHEAPEST
bouses In Washington, 100, 103 and 110
11th st n o; two-dory and basement, brown
itono trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; electrlo
bells and ros: price, S3.500 each, $500 cash
balanco to suit or trade for good lots.
I OR SALEOR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
) ner house: 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered; 1000 North Carolina ave, Worth $V
too. Will sell at a sacrifice or rent low.
OWNER, Room 0. BIO F st n w.
ran s.ilv oir i;atji.i.vi;,
TFOR SALE OR EXC1I ARO E-A COSY lIOi E
near station; easy paymonts. II. 8. W.,
Room 21, War Department. fo7,a
Advertisements under this head, faurllmsar
less, ascents for one Insertions; 50 cents for three,
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUaHT-18 COM
plete tunes and acoomptinlmonts In one
quarter. SO. McOaULEY & MOORE, 1715 F
et. 717 SUt St.
fCjOW 18 THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
i.1 "big money" for gents' flrnt-clasj second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
J USUI'S OLD BTAND, 9 St. D. W.
liny Your Morolinndlie nt Home.
Thero Is no good nr .tnstlrtablo reason why
any ono residing In .this city should goto
NbwYork to mko their piirchasps, If you
nccdanjthlnp In tl.o furnlturo line, upltol
ftefy. dcrc rations, Ao godlrcpt to Hough;
Ion A Co 'stoprcsoiitatlvoostabllshmcat. at
1218 and 1820 1' street northwoit, and thero
von will find exactlv the saroo clats of go.ids
Hat will bo shown you In Now ork, and at
Iho samo prices, and thorobr Bavp tlmo,
monoy and vexation of spirit, and at the
rnmo tlmo altlng to build up ono of tho
handsomest cities In tho world.
lliuldcn'B ltvprerontatlvu Instnllmnnt
This reliable Installmcntcstabllshmont, at
030 and 032 Sovcnth streot, has a eompleto
stock of all kinds of morchandlso that Is re
quired to furnish a woll-rognlatod housohold
at cash nrlccs on tho Installment plan, and
dictate your own torms.
1'or Washington Drensod DocT
go lo John It. Kelly, Btalls 02S, 02!) and 030 Con'
tro Market, nnd 200 and SOS Northorn Liberty.
Corned beef n specialty.
Advertisements under Ms head, four lines or
ess, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
WANTED-llY A GOOD COLORED IAUN
dress, washing and lmnlnglo do at
homo; teferencos glvon. Apply 1810 N 11 ay.
WANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR OEN
cral honsowork In a small family,
man,-wlfe and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tho rid lit party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 100.)
Ost n w.
WANTED-ONE GOOD MECHANICAL
draughtsman and two first-class ma
chlnlsts. CUTTER SAW CO., tills offlco.
A N ABLE ADVERTISING,
J. Safe. Lluhtiilng-rod- or Book An
Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr falre, for literary
work. Largo salary.
Wrlto London &llart-
ford Pub. Co., N. y.
ONE EXPERIENCED SOLICITOR ON
high class subscription books, ono who
has an acquaintance among Washington
canvassers, to take exclusive control of tho
salo of "A Library of American LItoraturo"
In Washington. This Is ono ot tho niOBt
salable works now on tho market. Nino of
Its eloven largo octavo volumes aro now out.
This Is a grand opportunity for a first-class
man ard wo aro prepared to make such a
ono a very liberal offor. CHAS. L. WED
BTEH & CO.. 8 East 14th St.. N. Y. city.
Advertisement under this head, four tines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three'.
by tho day at homo; willing to assist
with othor work; 50 cents a day. E. E. It.,
WANTED-BT A COLORED WOJf AN, A
placo to do cooking and gonorat house
work; references furnished. Addross FANNY
ALEXANDER. 152512th st n w.
" WANTED HO USiSS.
WANTBD-TO PURCHASE A GOOD
house, with 7 or 8rs, with all mod imps,
on monthly payments. Address, with full
particulars, J. J. F., Board of Rovlow, Bureau
WANTED-TO KENT-A GOOD BRICK
dwelling of 0 or 10 rooms, mod imps,
between K and R and. 12th and 17th sts n w.
Addross II., this office, stating torms.
WANTED MIBCEZZANEU VH.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 60 cents for three.
VY WM. FR1EDERICK, Manufacturing
Jeweler, C05 7th st n w.opposltoU. 8. Patent
Ofllrc; fino clock and' watch repairing a
QQnn TO 5500 WANTED FROM 6 TO 12
tJOUil months; satlfactory referenco
given that the loancr will receive double tha
grMuit loaned. Address II. It., this offlue.
WANTED-TO BUY FOP CASn, LARGE
or small lots of hlgliMiluo Newspaper,
Department or other rare stamn'
lections of Postage Stamps. Call or address
BURGER & CO.,69,Nassaust, New York.
Advertisements under this head, four lines ot
less, 25 cents for one Insertion; 60 cents for three.
E' ANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
suite or single, at the Buckingham, 020
15th st n w. overlooking Mcl'bersoa square.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
X suitable for gentlemen.
No. 003 M stnw.
OHO ARTHUR TLACE-NW, FIRSTnOUHE
6ij6 from B st Furnished rooms for gen
tlemen; rent low to ;responsible parties who
will bo permanent; convenient to the Capitol.
SOU BAJjEMlSOEhlJANEO VS.
Advertisements under this Juad, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one intertlon; 50 cents for three.
U eholvlng, now in No . 712 7th stnw; must
be sold at once. Apnly 022 1 st n w.
TTOR SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR, 61-INCn,
JD silent rachet, J nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s e.
17VDR 8ALE-75 SHARES OF TnE "JUD
J? son Pneumatio Railway Stock." Fleasp
address A, at this ofllco, and make a cash
FOJt JtENTMISO EZLANEOV8.
aMIE FINE OYSTER SLOOP ANDYACnT,
Ella Treadwell, for rent, for sale or ex
change for other property at Bennett's shlp-
yaru, loot 01 um be a w.
J?OR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFICE
' rooms, with steam heat, for rent In the
ullders' Exchange building, 1421 G st n w.
Apply on the premises to tho SUPERIN
TENDENT. jF OH BALE AND JCENT.
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
S-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
Oth at, bet K and L stsn w $30,000
ev;j ana ibo ii si n w, o n anu a nouses
0181 stnw, bh, m 1,12 rs
1780U stnw.bh, Mrs
1013 10th st n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs
9e0Mstn w, bh.,ml, 13 rs
207 O stnw, bh,ml,10rs
1)28 Cth stn w, bh, 0 rs
223 Indiana avo n w, b h, m 1, 0 ts.
1731 19th st n w, b h, 0 rs
2-BTORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1114 and 1110 Oth st sw.b h, 7rs, andl
f h rear S6.OO0
1180 to 1151 23d st n w, f h, 4 rs 0.000
400 and 408 11th stHW, f b, 0 rs 5,000
230131stsw,bh,ml,B rs 5,000
802 Otll St SO, bh. 0 rs 3,000
1210 and 1222 Madison stnw, f h.4rs.. 3,000
404 and 400 S Capitol st s w, f h, 0 rs . . . . 3,000
82and84tMstsw, th.4rs 2,300
140Samnson st n w. f h. 6rs 2.000
OQstnw, fh.Ors 1.500
For a term of 25 year? . a valuable piece or
business property on 11th st, near Pa ave it w.
Rent, 150 per month and taxes. Losses to
build on samo.
H st, bet 4th and Cth sts n e; rent per annum,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR BALE.
Monnt Pleasant and Pleasant Plains. ...Sl.ooo
CorVaaveandSttbst n w...... B,7C0
18th st, bet U and U sts ao 1.6C0
A st, bet 14th and 15th sts s o 1,350
10th st, bet E Capitol and A sts g o 1 ,000
HOUSES FOR RENT.
810 N Carolina aro s o,B rs $a oo
1211 D st s W. 7 rs 2000
1630 8th stnw, Ors , 18 00
400 11th St S W, 8 rs 18 00
831and833Cthbtne,0 rs 18 00
C01I sine, Ors 18 00
227 Q stnw. Ors 15 00
007 8th stn o,4 rs 10 30
433 Del avo s w,6 rs 12 3
STORES, OFFICES, ETC.
Storeroom 1116 Fst nw $123 00
Storeroom 1111 F stn w lOOOO
Hall. 2d floor, 12th and E sts n w 50 00
017 Fst n w, front rm, 2d floor 50 00
str and dwg 2007 llth st nw.Ors 80 00
Hall. 4tb floor. 12th and E sts nw 30 00
Str and dwg 230 ?d stn e,3rs 20 00
Storeroom cor 1st and N sts n w IS 00
Stablo rear 027 E st n w 10 00
nEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Bate as U. 8. bonds; 5 and 0 per cent,, payable
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pro
In sums to suit at (1 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list call at ofllce for
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 15th.
F.W. Rotcz. Monzu. MinxArl
UOYCE & JIAUEffM,
Telegraph, Telephone and General Electrical
No. H03 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite WU
lard's Hotel, Washington, I). O.
Electrlo Bells, Burglar Alarms. Estimates
for fitting hotels and private residences with
Electrical Apparatus nromptly given, Tele
phone No Iti.
Gash prices wS-Ww
Easy Weekly and Monthly Payments Taken
LOOK AT OUR PRICE-LIST.
Bedroom Beta In Poplar from f 15 up.
Bedroom Bets In Oak or Cherry from
Bedroom Bets In "Walnut from $40.
Fnrlor Suits In Hair Cloth or Hush,
OROGAN'S, 739 and
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Bas Boilers nt 11.15 and 11.50 for Instantly making Tea or Coffea.
ffnr turorfl nd small families.
Jnst the stove
tho Instant the cooking ts
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMPANIf,
4:0-3 TexL-feli. S-tozreeU 3ST- "W
illAVE A LAROK LOT ON K STNW,
suitable for subdivision, which I can soil
yon at 80 cents a square foot.
leoo P st. n. w.
IllAVE 20.C0O FEET IN EAST WASHING
ton at 23 cents; qulok margin of 2 cent3.
170V. BALE-SOUTII BUOOKLAND.
! With city Streets, Avonuos and Circles.
FOR SALE Wo havo about 100 Lots, 50x150
feet each, left in that beautiful subdivision
known as South Brookland, which Is In con
formity with the plan of tho city, having
streets 00 fcot and avenues ISO feot wldo.
This subdivision is south of and adjoining
Ilrookland. convenient to tho Metropolitan
Branch Railroad and Electric cars, near tho
University and Soldiers' Homo, Tho lots
now left will bo sold at the low price of
from i to 10 cents per foot on easy torms.
For plats and further loformatlon apply to
WM.O.DENISON. 023 F st n w, orto RED
FORD W. WALKER, 1007 F st n w. ,
OR SALE-LOTS INFAIRVIEWnElGIITS
nn Tciinallvtovrci Road and Woodlov
Lane, opposite Oak View. Electrlo rallwny
tracks now laid to these lots, which havo
sidewalks In front and gas mains. I'llcos
lower than asked for other lots in immediate
vicinity. Small cash payments. Monthly or
yearly tlmo given at B per cent. Interest.
BEAI.L. BROWN & CO., 1S31 F St.
MONET TO LOAN.
TIrONEYTOLOANONREAL ESTATE OR
ijj flrst-olass securities at lowest ratos of
Interest. No delay where security is good. ,
O. C. GREEN,
ONEV TO LOAN ON OOOD SECURITV.
TITLE CO.. 470 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
ATS AND 0 PER CENT.
1-118 F St.-
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au
thorized by tho United Seenritv Llfo In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on improved property in
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without life Insurance.
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly In
stniimems, running o, iv, la or m years, in
many Instances tho payments are less than
tho rental of a house.
1222 F stn w,
ONEY TO LOAN
in snms to suit
On Approved Real Estate Seourlty.
B. H. WARNER & tJO.,
Q1B V it. n.
ED VOA TIONAL.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 14th St. n. w.
810 n term. Trial lessons froe. Send for
Branches In Now York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris,
Fracee; Berlin and Dresden, Germany.
ME NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Extract from a private letter:
"In reply to your request for my advice as
to a good school for your daugbtor, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. asd Mrs,
Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington,
D. C. The standard of scholarship there is
high, tho Instruction thorough and tho influ
ences good. L. Q. C. Lamar,
Justice U. 8. Supremo Court."
The school opens Sept. 80. au28-d&tf
1415 F fllreot. Member or Wuslilujrion
HlocU Kxciiouge. All local Htocltx
aud Becurltlcs bonclit uud sold.
Grand, Upright and Squaro
Special attention of purchasers Is Invited to
"NEW ARTISTIC STYLES,"
Finished In designs of
"HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART."
riANOS FOR BENT.
Second-hand Pianos at All Prloes,
Wm. Knabe & Co.,
B17 Market Space.
EDWARD F. DrtOOP
Q15 .Pennsylvania Avenue,
Calls attention to his largo stock ot
CHASE, OABLER, WnEELOC'K, DIUGGS,
BEHNlNOand other Pianos.
The Wonderful Eolf-PIaylng Atollan Organ.
STORY & CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN
Bold on Installments, exchanged, rented,
tuned, movod aud stored.
Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe
cialty. Sheet muslo and mnslcal merchandise at
the old stand. 025 Pa. ave.
JOHN E. BEALL,
Commissioner or Deeds for 15 very State
and Territory, ,
NOTARY AND U. 8. COMMISSIONER.
Ofllce Hours, 0 to 8,
1821 V Street N, W. Telephone No. 3U-3.
VjL 1 J S
TOta v. J A YJC rVii H i"f -ffc
Ingrain Carpets from 25c. up.
Extra Bupcr Ingrain from 50o,
Brussels Carpet from 75c.
741 7th St. N. W.
(or snmmor use, as yon estlnenlsh
sror sub oy ins
A Dissertation on American Wines.
It is now nnivorsally conceded by oven tho
most fanatical teototalors that a glass ot
thoroughly matured and puro wino Is tho
most wholesome, health and strength-giving
bovorago for mankind. Almost ovory Stato
no matter how cold Its cllmato produces
grapes from which wine Is prosscd, but THE
PASADENA WINES are mado from thoso
luscious SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA grapes
which attain the hlghost grade of maturity
and ripeness and are theref oro tho best wines
In the market.
H. A. SELIGS0N,
1200 and 1202 Peima. Ave. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
am tho sole agent for the Pasadena Wines
and Brandies and sell at marvolously low
prices. I have received ordors from rich and
poor allko and all cheerfully acknowledge
that tho Pasadena Wines and Brandies aro
by far the best and purest In tho District,
notwithstanding the fact that my prices aro
tho very lowest.
My 20 per cent, removal discount will be
Pleaso compare my prices with those
PASADENA WINES. Per Gal.
Claret, extra quality St 00
Angelica 1 50
Sherry " " " ox-
traold 2 00
Port 1 60
Port, extra old 2 00
Brandy 4 00
Brandy, very old SCO
Brandy, very, very old.... 10 00
Champagne, quarts, doz... 12 00
Champagne, pints, 2 doz.,. 13 00
V1RGINIAAND HOTER AMERICAN WINES
Virginia Claret $1 00 $0 80
Norton's Virginia Seldllng,
per dozen 4 00 3 20
Sweet Catawba (finest qual
ity) CO 60
I carry t no largest fctocfc of Imported Wines,
Cognacs, Gins, Jamaica and St. Croix Rums
and all tho rrcnoh Cordials, Inoludlng tho
celebrated after-dinner cordial, CREME DE
MKNT11E (Cream of Mint), green or orange.
Tlio oldest llye. Bourbon and imported
whiskies can always be found at mystoio.
I enumerate a few:
Trlmblo Pure Rye ..,.,1
Montleello l'uro itye
Perfection Puro Ityo
Ilannlavlllo Puro Ryo
Old Kentnokv Sour Mash
In Demijohns or
8coteh Whisky, old 0 00 4 80
fecoteh Whisky, very old..,. 7 50 0 00
Scotch Whisky, very, very
old 10 00 8 00
Irish Whisky, old 0 00 4 80
insn wnuay, veryoiu v on ow
Irish Whisky, very, vory old. 10 00 8 00
German Roggon Brantwoln. 5 00 4 00
I make a specialty of high-flavored Cook
ing and Jelly Wines and Brandies.
H. A. SELIGSON,
THE WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT,
1200-1202 Pa. ave. N. W.
MINN KO 13,
QII.T KDQH or
And yon will always have beautiful Bread.
Bolls and Biscuits . Wholesale Depot, cor
ner First street and Indiana avonua.
WM. M. QALT ft OO.
505 D street northwest,
Washington, D, O,
Webster Law Building,
BMldeno 1213 H (treat northwest.
AO Csrpsfo MSb snd
1 CERES 0
Tlio Grent Pennsylvania llonto
To the North, West, and Southwest,
Doublo Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Eqntpmont.
Im ErrEcr Janiuwt 1st, IBM.
Trains Jcnvo Washington, from station, cor
ncr of Sixth and B streets, ns follows:
Fon PiTTsncitn and tho West, Chicago
Limited Express of Pullman Vostlbulcd Cars
at l.o.to n m dally; Fast Lino, 10.50 a m dally to
Cincinnati and bt. Louts, with Slcoplnir Cam
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati, nnd Sleeping
Cars lfarrlsburg to Indianapolis; dally, ex
cept Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car
Altoona to Chicago. St. Louis, Chicago and
Cincinnati Express, 3.30 it m dally. Parlor
Car Wn-hlngton to Unrrlburg, and Sleeping
Cars llarrlsburg to St. Loufs, Chicago and
Cincinnati, and Dining Car llarritburg to St.
Louis. Wcitern Expross. at 7.40 pm dally,
with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago
and St. Louis, connecting dally at Harris
burg with through Weepers for Loulsvlllo
and Memphis, l'nclflo Express, 10.00 p m
dally, for Pittsburg and tho West, with
through slcopcr to Pittsburg, and nttsbura
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon IUsr, Canandalgua, Rochester and
Niagara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 a m.
Fon Emu. Canandalgua nnd Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except
Saturday, 10.no p m with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wii.i.iAJi-ronT, Look Haven and El
mlra, at 10.50 n m dally, except Sunday.
Fon W11.1 lAstsronT dally. 3.30 p m.
Foil FiitLAnEtriiu, Now York and tho East,
7.20,0.00, 11.00 and 11.40 nm,2.10.320, 4.10,
10.00 and 11.20 pm. On Sunday, 0,00. 11.40 a
m, 8,10, 3.20, 4.10. 10.00 and 11.20 p m. Limited
Express ot Pullman Parlor Cars, 0.40 a m
dally, excopt Sunday, and 4 p m dally, with
JOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrnr-s, 8 10 a m week days, and 8.10
p m dally. Accora., COO p m dally.
Fon Boston, without change, 3.20 p m every
Fon BnooKt.vif. N. Y.. at I through trains
connect nt .terror City with boats of Brook
lyn Annex.affoidmgdlrect transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across New
Yen k city.
Fon Ati-antic Citt, 11,40 n m week days,
11.20 n m dally.
Foil llALTlMOKE, C.35, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00. 0 40,
10.50, 11.00 and 11.40 am, 12.03,2.10,3 20,3.30,
4 00. 4.10, 4.20. 4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and
11.20 p. m. On Sunday 0.00, 9.05, 10.50, 11.40
am, 310, 3.20, 8.30, 4,00, 4.10. 000, 7.40, 8.10
10.00 nnd 11.20 p. m.
Fon rorr's Ctoek Lino, 7.20 a m and 4.40 p.
m dally, except Snnday.
Fon AjtNArous, 7.20, 0. a m, 12 03 and 4.20
p m dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays, 0.03 a in,
ALKXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY. AND ALEXANDRIA AND
in imci KovEJiEsn 18, 1889.
Fon AliXAUnniA, 4.80, (1.35, 7.45, 8.40. 0.45,
10,(7 11 in, 12.01 noon, 2.03, 4.15, 4.25, 4.53,6 01,
8.02, 10.03 and 11,37 p m. On Sunday at 4.80,
7.45, 0.45, 1057 a m, 2.30, 4.15, 0.01, 8.02 and
10.C6 p m.
Accom mobation pon QoANTico, 7.43 a m and
4.55 p m week davs. 7.45 a m Sundays.
FnuRicininNDand tho South, 4. CO, 10.57 a
m dally, and 4.15 p m dally. Accommoda
tion, 4.53 p m week days.
TiiiAKslcavo Alexandria for Washington,
0.05, 7 05, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m; 1.20, 3.00,
5.10, 0.10, 7.03, 0.20, 10.32, 10.12 and 11.03 p
m. On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07am; 2.00,5.10,
0 10. 7.05, 0.20, 10 ZX and 10.42 p m.
TIckots nnd information at tlio ofllco, north
cast corner ot 13th etreot and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at the station, whoro orders can
bo left for the checking of baggage to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUGn, J. R. WOOD,
General Managor. Gen, Pass. Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Sehedulo In oftoct Dec 29, 18S9.
Leavo Washington from Station corner of
New Jersey avenue and C street.
For CincAno and Northwest. Wstllinlerl
Limited oxprcss dally 11:20 a m, express 920
Foil Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3:10 and 11:30 p in.
Fon PiTTSBLT.o and Cloveland, Vcstlbuled
Limited express daily 11:10 a m and express
8:40 p m.
Fon Lexington and Local Stations, tKhsO
Fon WiKciiESTin and Way Stations, t5.30
Fon Lcnxv, 8:40 p m.
Fon BALTUionz, week days, 4.00, 5 00, 0.40,
7.20, 8.E0.9 20, 0.45 (11.00. 12 00, 45 minutes),
a m, 12.10, 2 CO. 2.30 (45 mlnntes), 3.13(45-min-utcs).
3.25, 4.23,4 30,4 35, 5.30. D.20, 7.10, 7.45,
9.C0, 10.30 and 11.30 p m. Sundays. 4 00, 7.20,
8.S0, 0 20: 0.45 a m, 12.00 (15 minutes). 1.15,
2.C0, 2.S0 (43-minutCS), 3.25. 4.23,4.33, C.20,7.10,
7.43, 9 CO 10.30 and 11.80 p m.
Ton Way Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5.00, 6.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25,
4.33, 0.20, 11.80 p m. Sundays, 8.S0 a m, 1.15,
3 25, 4 35, 0.20, 11 30pm.
Tjiains leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 5.10. 6.20, 0.30. 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 8 JO,
0.15 and 10.15 am: 12.C0, 12.15, 1.60,2.10,3 00,
4.10,4.15. 6.C0, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,8.35,
10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays 0.30, 7.43, 8.30,
0.15, 10.15 n m; 12.00, 19.50, 1.50, 2.104.15.
5.00,0.20.7.10, 7.30. 8.30, 8.35,10.20. 10.23 and
ll.CP p m.
Ton ANNArous, 0.40 a m, 12.10. 423 p m.
On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.35 p m. Leavo An
napolis 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays,
Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
to. 45, 10.30 a m, 51.10 p m for principal sta
tions only; tl0.30 a m, 1 1.30 and 15.30 p m.
Fon ItocKvnxE and way stations, ti.85 p m.
For GAiTiiEitsBuna and Intermediate points,
0 00 a m. 11 00. 5.35. tllAI p m.
Fon Botd's and Intermediate stations. 17X0
p m, no.ou p m.
CiiLT.cn tbais loaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.10 pm, stopping nt alt stations on
Foil FnEor.mcK. 10.45. 1120 a m, 13.10, tl.SO
p m. Sundays, 1.10 3 m.
Fon UAoziiSTOfN, til. 20 a. m. and 15.30
Trains arrive from Chicago daily 11.45 n ra
and 4.05 pm; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.45 n m and 1.50 pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a in, 0 SO p m dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI
VISION. For New York, Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N. J.. 4.00, t8.00, 'O-eO, 12.00 a m.
2.30, 4.20 and 10.SO p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on all day trains. Sleeping Car on tie
10.30 p m, open at 9.00 p m.
Fon I'liii-ADEiriiiA, Newark, Wilmington
and Chester. 4.eo, 18.no, 9 20, 12.00 a m,
2.SP, 4.20, 7.10 and 10 SO pm.
Fon iM-EiiMEDiATr. toixts botwcen Balti
moro and PhlladelpMa, 13.00 and 7.20 a m,
12.00, T3.15 p m.
Trains leavx New York for Washington,
8.80, 11.00 a m, 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 p in and
Trains ij:ave Philadelphia for Washington.
4.40, 8.15, 11.10 a m,tl.S5, 4.40, 0.O5. 7.40
Fon Atlantic Citt. 4 00 a m and 12.00 m.
Sundays, 4.00 a m and 12 00 noon.
tExcept Sunday. Dally. SSnnday only.
uaggagc caiieu tor -anu cnec&ea irom no
tels and residences by Union TransferCo. on
orders left at ticket ofllccs, C19 and 1331 Pa.
ave. and at Depot.
J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Schedule In etreot May IS, 1S39.
Trains leave Union Depot. Sixth and D
Btreets, 10.67 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrive In
Old Point at 6.03 p m, and Norfolk at 0.35
W-SA a m Cincinnati Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, WeBtVirglnia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 7.33
9.40 p m-F. F. V- Vestibule Special, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without ohango to Cincinnati. Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville.
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue.
H. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
aOSISllBBIONEEB OJf DEEDS.
S. BUNDY, COM'R OFDEEDS FOR ALL
States and Territories, 458 La. ave,, opp.
FOR MEN ONLY!
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