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rTTE WASHINGTON miTTC, HA.TITT1DAY TCYEXTIW, FEimTJATCY 22, 1890.
W . if "i f i 7.' it 0 Y J GOSSIP 01' THE CAPITOL. WHISPERINGS IN AND ABOUT LOUDIE8 OF CONGRESS. THE "Visitors Allriiilml In tlio World's I'.ilr llolmtii tltildon ltaajt 11 Itlcli II, ir cst Labor Acltntor Cuimj unil Ills Scheme Artistic Cimiuplloin. 'Die lobbies in llic Cnpllol have over, flowed wllh vlbllois ntid people bent on business during llic past week. 'J'lio tildes linc reaped a tlcli Inmost. "Julie" Kennedy is talking ot buying n rcMdcnco at Atlantic City nuxl summer If business continues ns good, and tlio faces ot the olhcr .unities buvc been beaming with anticipation or citing pound enko for lliu rest of the year. The Congressmen theniselves have been lintifcunlly active, which was caused 1 tincipally liy tlio Woild's Fair ugltii lion, nud nl no time since the session cjictitd lmvu the galleries been jammed villi Miuli motley cinwds of people flow everywhere as they were during the uek just past. Among the many men on business mound the lobbies in the ncIi;liloiliooil of Ihe House was uotircil the "Lone Star" labor ticUnlnr. William A. A. Cimiy. "Hill Cnrsey, us every labor man in New York is used to calling lilra, is ono of the hidden mysteiics. It is ii well-known fact that no labor or ijnuiraliou will have anythiug to do with blui, yet he is back and forth from .New York to Washington every few days witli something new on hand, .lust a week ago "Jllll" was In the lob bies ns u representative delegate from thrxinerican'Vorklugmen's l'rolectlvo Tariff League, claiming to represent Si.lOO worklugincn in Isuw York, who wtrc anxious In haui the rariiihnr Subsidy bill pn-s the House. After ho spoutid for the wdfaroof the laboiiug ptOple, which would be promoted by tbepabsagoof this bill, be went home, yesterday Iio cume down with a tush ns chuinuuu of the eecutive com mittee of the Anti-Monopoly League, and appealed before thb llouso Cormnittco on l'oslolliees and Post Toads iu oppobltion to the Wnnamikqr l'dstal Telegraph bill, and s-ald ho ten letcnled the workingmeu of the conn try. It was rumored that Mr. Curscy lias a tnovo on foot with George 1). Lcnnou and John W. Keogh of New Yoik to nyvivo llio old Vniou Labor parly and come down to "Washington as n Tcinescntatlvc from that body nevt week and oppose bomcthing else. "Tom" Coaklc.v, the always genial leader of Iho inossencers on tlio llousc hide, can tako a joke about as gracefully ns any man iu the lobbies, but when a complete btraugcr appioaehes hlmun uwarcs and slaps him on tliu back so haid that his teeth chatter nnd takes him for an old lime friend, lie thaws the line. This is what occurred to him yester day. Ho was standlug near tho main cntranco tolhu House in the afternoon with n cigar Iu his mouth and a smile on his face, when a muscular man came up behind him and brought Ids hand down on "Tom's" back with a resound ing whack, that made tho bones bend, and exclaimed: "Why, 'Tout.' when did you got iu. Shake, old fellow; I'm delighted yes, ;ivful pleased to ecu you; shako!" "Tom" shook, but it was with pain. His brow clouded, and bo looked mad ns he said; "My frioud, you'ic itoin'; it a little r-lroug; don'l you think'so? My name's 'Tom,' but you've cot 'ahoisoon me.' I tltm't know you. "What! Don't know me? Me? Now, 'Tom,' old fellow, don'l say that you dou't know your old fiicnd, 'Jim' Wilkins. Dou't go buck on your old iricnds because you have got to'beCom m5b6ioncr of the Department of Public "Works in New Yoik City. 1 heard youweiciu tho city, and hunted you .tip." "Tom" Coaklcy giasued the siliia lion, and admitted that "ho did bear a Mriking resemblnnte to Thomas V. Gil roy of New Yoik, but never knew the ii semblance was m strong befoie. Captain McKcy, who holds sway over the document-room, has always got his eyes open for iiupiovemcnt" Dining Ihe pabt week he has had the local re porters and liii respondents in Ids mind, lie has had const! ucted a number of iplgeou-holes just on the outside of his office where ho throws everything which he thluhs of Importance to tho piess, so that each rcpiesenlntivc of a newspaper cau go to the piiteon-holo awarded his paper nnd get whatever news the Captain has to give out with out losing time. Judging fiom what mav bo seen in the rotunda at the Capitol", artists liavo vailed conceptions of how the original John fcmllh's life wns saved by Poca hontas. One-group in a nlcho over a door pictuies John Smith with his head on a Mono, with u bold bravo with up lifted club iu tho act of bcatiug his brains out, while tno biave Indian girl is just about to throw herself between Jc lin and the flub. Tho artist who en eiichd the rolundu above the doors with frescoed gioups has a different conception of this nlmost-n trasedy aL together. He has John kneeling, while (he noble ud man grasps his liair and lundF John's body backward until his tongue; lolls out, and a club is laiscd in ihe risht hand of the Indlnn. Poca hontas is apparently making a runniug jump for the club. Il is not generally known and was dicovcrcd only by accident, and is a fact, thnt there is one Congiessman who wears a celluloid bhlit-frnnt. Whether it is because his expenses arc so heavy and he wears it as a matter of economy or it is more convenient than linen shitts, is a mailer that lests entirely with himself Congressman Hlouut of Geoigia said he is tho thlid oldest member in Con giess, nnd has spent thiily five years of his life wllhin the walls of tho House. He 6u!d he is (jetting tired of il and wants io remain at home hereafter among the old red hills of his State. One of the biluhtcbt little members iu Congress is J, 13. Washington of Nash ville, Tcnu. He is one of tho youngest mcmbciH iu age, but can comprehend unoic sound common sense in one sen tence than mobt of his confcriecs who have spent ycarb in the House of Hep iceentatives. He is a man small of stature, with a wiry fianic, pleiclng blue eyes unci blonde mustache, and would bo taken for anything but a Con gressman on the btrect. IN A l'KW smm'ti:s I'tdnr iliiuhiiuii, llio Colored ruglllat, rioom Uypny Ouy. Gypsy Guy, a big 220 pound mau, tiled last night to stand before Peter .luckbon for lour lounds. His attempt was a signal failure, but il furnished more amusement for tho two thousand or more spcetutois picsent than any event over wituosscd in Kernnn's Thea tre Tho gypsy, who, it is said, is called Peter by his associates, is not only a big man, but also a fat man. With all Ills flesh, however, ho might have won, but for his evident intention of knock lug tho negro out in one round lie went at Jackson with all tho fury possible, nnd for the first round he hit tlio big pugilist so fietpiently and so hard that it evidently surpilicd him. In the ucoml lound, however, Jaokson started in to finish Mr. Guy. llo stiuclc him Ecvcrnl savage blows about the face nnd body and then knocked him down with m swinging righthander. That nettled the dllllcully. (Iny had had enough. He could not or would not gtt up ngnln'nnd .lankson was do claicd the winner. The match lasted biil-11 minutes. LEMON ELIXIR. It Wonderful I'.llnrt on tlio I.Ivor, MoniiU'h, tlmvoli, Klilnoi.uid Itlnnil. Dr. Morion's Lemon I'.llUr Is n pleasant lemon drink Hint positively cures nil lllllousiics, Constliiitloii, Imllgustlon, Hcnilarlic, Mnl.tiM, Kidney Disease, Dlz rlncsi, Colds. Loss ot Appetite, Povcrs, Chills, lllotchcs, l'lmples, rnlu in Hack, Palpitation ot Heart, ami all ntlicr diseases eaustd bv disordered liver, stonncli ami lliliio, tliii tltst gieat cause of nil fatal diseases. 1'ltty cents nnil one dollar per bottle. Sold bv druggists. I'icpsred only b II. Jludey, M. ., Atlanta, (In. I.cliinn Hot l)rcii. Tor couglis and colds, take Lemon Mot Drops. For sore throat and bronchitis, tal.o Lemon Hot Drop. Tor pneumonia and laryngclls, tako Lemon lint Drops. For consumption audenturrh, take 1 .union Hot Drops. 1'or nil throat and lung diseases, take Lemon Mot Drops. An elegant nnd rcllablo preparation. Sold by druggists. !i" cents per buttle. I'rcpaied by 11. .Modey, M. D., Atlanta, (in. coumili. an:. him:. A l.nrcn (latin-ring lit Hie T.iiiicliioii il Alumni nnd (iuosts. The Cornell University Alumni As sociation held its seventh annual din ner last niht at the Laugham, and over foily Cornellians nnd guests sat down to the table. After disposing of the dinner Mr. II. W. Spofford assumed tho duties of toast-master and called uponM. 1). II. Decker, the picsldcut of thu association, to lespond. Mr. Decker rcpoitcd the association to bo in a pros peiouR condition, and rend letters from President C. K. Adams nnd cx-Piesi-dent Andiow D. While of Cornell re gretting that they could not be present. Other speeches were mado by Professor Gilbert of tho Geological Survoy, Pro fessor D. D. Salmon, Chief of tho Hu lean of Animal Industry of the Agri cultuinl Department; Miss Kvn M. Pitts, L. O. Howard and D. K. Covtllc. Among thoso present were T. I'. nnd J. McKcc Iloiden, Theobald Smith, Ilcury y. Turner, A. T. Cowcll, J. P. Chap man, Piofcssor C. Y. lliley, Kulomolo gist of the Agi cultural Department, and others, including a number of Indies. Cutnrili Cured. A clcrgjman, after jearsot Buffering fi om that loathsome dUeasc, Cntnrrli,and alnl,v trj Ing every l;noMi remedy, at last found n prescription which completely cincd and saved him from death. Any suf ferer from this dioaiUifl dlseaso sending a fclt-adilrcssid stamped cuvelopo to Pro feteor.I. A. Lawrence, 83 Wan en street New York, nill icecle the it.clpo free of chnige. lllc-lt Ilnwcs i;nfc.sc. lllllMINGIMM, AlA., Feb. SL Dick IIucs, the wlfti nnd child nmrdeier, who Is to be cNccutcd next Kildnj, has made a third confession, ulilcli is believed to be n true one. Up confesses that be Is alone gullly oi'the murder of his wlfo ami two ihildicn. 'Iheconfcsblou has been placed Iu the hands of a friend ot tho condemned man to be uindo public after the execution. l'rninpt Time to New Yorlc. The 15. it O. express trains to Philadel phia nnd New York nro making their icru i;ir schedule time with (jrcat regularity. Willi their handsome roach, parlor and sleeping car equipment theso tialns nfTord thellucst sen Ico to nil point 6 In Lnstoru l'tunsylvunla, New Yoik and New Lug laud. Bermuda Bottled. "You Illllwt Kll III ISci'llllUlu. II you do not I v.HI not lie i'cpnnsN lilc tor l lie cniiHPMiu-uees." lint, doclor, I van ntnii-a nclllii-i' tlir time nor tlic intiuey." " Woll, II Mini is Impossible, li-y OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LXVER OIL. I sometimes call It llcrimidit Uol tlcil, unit iiuiii c;iM-i 1 CO!3SUi$PTSOW, lirouckitk, Cough or Soioiv Cold i ii:ii cuci.it wins i;; unci tii lltillll:in' Is lililt lllC IlltlM M'll-' the stomal. Ii can tnlie II. iiii.lticr tiling Wllll'l' ClllllllH'llliv it in H, c Htliiiiiliitiir tiiiipci'ilcs t'vt CI) lioplinsptiltrs ulih-I: If coulnlns. on will llml it tiir -:ilc iir .Mine llniKKlM't Iml sen iiu Ki i (lib (irlRlnal SlIOTl".! i:m LSH.. ' THE BEST REMEDY roil CatarrH &4TARB& CHILDREN. terrEni.NO n:oi COLDinHEAU SNUFFLES on catarrhHay-feveR- A partlclo la applied Intocaoh nostril and Is OL'rccablo. l'rlco, 60 cents, at DruciriBts: by mall, registered, CO cents. ELY IIUUl'UEItS, CO Warron St., Now York. Liii Coiai's EXTRACT OF MEAT. For Improved and oeouomlc cookery, use It for Soups, buncos and JIuilc HUlici. Iu llavor, tn- comparable, and dissolves perfectly dtar In water. Makes delicious lltef Tea and lecpt in ull cltmutrs for any Icnsth of time. 1 lb equal to -10 lbs of lean bcof. Ooly sort Kuantccardgcnulno f) b Justus aou Lie- -r JP big and bears his isT-- tluuaturu In. Viwv.U o thus: - J?VJL- AVvtvX, 1110 1' hired. Memlier of IVusliliitfloii Ntoclc llxi'liiiiiKe. All locul HtoiliN mitl bcciirltlcN lioujilit nml itolil, KILLiGORNSKi BKILL-CpRN0,Th8 13oit,fia!5rt. Cheapest WN. CORN RCMOVHL WtalkWM-: At .1. .Urn Diolltit Articles or stnt poht-i-aui on rvctitt't of 1 ac by 'adoiblut,plrC W-lhf UrMtH7,now Ivrk. SCOTT'S KayfeverMJ Hi JXVsl.' tvV'V'ta W- Nlltliiunl ItlltcV Hup. A ball was given Ihsl night at the Kittlonal Illtlcs' Annory by Washing ton Division, No. 1, rnifoimed Itntik, Knights of Pythias. Tlio room was thionced with fiiendsof the Knights and (Inuring continued up to n late hour. Tho mombeis of tiie several committees wcie- Mcisrs, W. L. Humphrey, (Icorgo Lin coln, A. V. Coluinbun, J. , Harper, S, A. Ilnrper, U. W. Spate", .1. II, Conner. Among (hose present were: (Srantl Master nnd Mrs. Moldor, -Mr. and Mrx. S. II. Turner. Mr. nnd Mm. V. Zcrciron, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Wliillng. .Ml. nnd Mm. Viiii neitiiaii, Mr. nnd Mrs. Burner, Mr. nnd Mr. Charles L. Saur, Mi. una Mrs II. Husband, Mr. ami Mr. 'V. Itocltcr, .Mrs. Molilcr, Jlrs Krnltoii, SUt, .''liobcr, Mrs. Whltlnsr, Mrs. iluthcrloid, Mik. nnd MI'S Tinner, Mister llrnekit, Saur, Ida lllckc), P. ( LeU'lers, fadlo (liisscnlitlincr, Lc foiiiIi, Carpenter, Molilcr, Wngncr, Phchaii, Doiillson, lliitlui foul, Holmes, Hmith, Viatiklln, Miobctt. Colonel (i. S. romoll, Captain II, Cinimlns. Llclttcuant Howell, l.lcutcnntit llnliliaid, (Icncrnl Lincoln, .Mofrs. .1. 11. Cornier, II. T. Whltlmr, P. ."nurs, .1, W. Cnrr, llrowii, .), Shepherd. ('. .1. Cnlcs, Unroll, W. II. Doheity, .1, Zlm tnitinnii, C. Stiniiss, IM. llrjnu, .1. C'nlr, ( 'oh man, '. ilohius, Wlltlnm Doheity nml W. Cimmif. NitugrKtlniiK Inr tlio Simihiiii. ISlulUnl Jom tint lie spcclnll careful ot draughts nnd sud den changes. Do not orumork. Of Uiat uso Is wealth without healthy Keep your leet dry, but do uot car over shoes nil the time. Ilcnicinbcr that the pores ot jour sllu, ulicn Iu licnllh, nre nlwnjs open, ami tli.it closing Hum causes slckncsn. Drcswnrmlv. but not hcavtlv. Woolen clothing Hint permits the exhalations of the body to icnpe Is the best. Lnt strcngtlieiilng mid hearty, but not too much greasy food. Ills n mist nice to suppose that fat food contains tho most illidllj. If j ou feci chilly nt any time tal;c a drink ot pine whlsuy nt once. DulTj's Pure Mnlt Is Hiu purest nnd best, and has tho highest i( commendation. Do not cull the doctor for every slight ailment. If jouhavoncnld, feci depressed, nnd Inch appetite nnd vigor, you need some thing to tone and build up tho system. Nollilngwill do this so readily ns the pmo uitlelc wchavc niuitloiicil. Tim rincli Uhorca (Insc. Nr.wnt'110, X. Y., Feb. !. ShcilIT I'hick of New York visited his wlfo yester day nt Little llrltain nml bad quite a. long tnlK with her. 'I his has led to surmises that n settlement of the famous dUoice proceedings may be in contemplation. I)n. I'iniicis Pi:i.i,i:ts, or Anti-bilious 0 1 anulcs. have no equals. 2. cents a vial; one a dose. Cures headacho, constipation, biliousness and Indigestion TIIE INTEIINATIOXAI, ADVERTISER and PURCHASER Special Attention. Low Prices, J.O. MUXCASTElt, 1I05N Y.nvc.n. w., fcl.d.lm Washington, 1). C. FUJI JU'.STMISa KT.I.ANI10 US. a' Y. FINE OYSTEIt SI.OOP AND YACUT, . Ella Ticndwcll, for rent, for sale or ox elianpo for other properly at Deuuott'a ship yard, foot of lllh st s w. IpOIt 11ENT VCllY DESIUABLE OFFICE : rooms, with steam heat, for rent In tho litilldcis' Exclnnco bulldinR, 14'.'1 O stnw, Apply on tho ptemlscs to the SUPEIUN TENl)EfT. JeliitsA t. K3TiscnL hAxhousT Adiertleemcnts under tUli Html, four lints or less, S.1 rents for one Insertion; 10 cents for three. TAYiALoTiir oxAriovncmsX, 1 old brass cundlcitlcks and old iurnltuio two Brandfatlicr clocks aud a lot of wall paper; can be sold In lots to suit tho poople, at nny pi Ice. Inqulro at KS3 Pa avo n w. fell.tit FOll SAT.E-CHEAP-riNE COUSTEIt and shcH Ihb, now In No. Tin 7th st n w; must bo sold at once. Apply (SSI stn7. 17011 SALE-STS-SPECIAI, STAR, DMNCH, JL: silent racket, I nickel, absolutely pur feet condition. Addi ess or apply S?3 A st 3 o. I?01t 6ALE-75 SHARES OF TIIE 'MUD son Pucumatto Hallway Slock." Plea address A, at this ofllco, and inako a cash ofler. orncE or WOODWATW & LOTIITtOP, Cor. 11th and r sts. northwest. It is one of the greatest bargains we have ever of fered. We refer to the $1.25 and $1.50 Broadcloths we are selling for $1 per yard. Light enough in weight for a spring dress, and verji de sirable for cool summer days in the mountains and at the seashore. Twenty or more excellent shades, $1. The 46. inch All-wool Hen rietta Cloth at 75c is another great bargain. A strictly spring fabric of great popu larity. For the new Spring Coats lor Children of 3 years of age and under go to the In fants' Department on ihe second floor, second annex, not the third floor. Tho now styles In ChlldrenV Short Coats arc e Imply bewitching. Uretchon waists pro r)onilnate, and they nro tucked, biaidud, coidcd, plaited and embroidered. Tho Hlcovosaio puffed and have high shoulders. Iho Whito Coats aro mado from Ca-htncie, Kllcr Cloth, Ilaskct F.aiincl, &.o. Tho fan cies cmbrnco llemlctta nnd Broadcloths In tlio delicate new bin ing Shades anil a hand-t-oino arlety of. Checked and Striped Im ported Fabrics. You will bo surprised what a pretty and becoming coat a very llttlo money will buy. Second floor, second annex. Sialng Caps for tho llaby. Caps of Crepo bilk, barab. Falllo and Lnco-strlpcd bilk. Hand knit bilk and Caps of Net inn with lino bilk ltlbbon, Tho cutest clToot&eoncchiible. Two stjlcs of "Tarn O'bhanter" Caps for Uoy babies. Hound hats, slihrcd rims, with soft silk ciown. Embroidered Silk Caps. While Mull Cant In becoming shapes. Tho bprlng Styles In Caps aro ctremoly be coming and unusaalU reasonable In price. Second floor. Thcio aro about two hundred and fifty dif ferent patterns and colorings In tho "io Wldo bcotch Ginghams. Thoy aro genulao Scotch Ginghams and customers mistake thorn for Anilerson'K every day Tho assortment em braces Checks, fill Ipes and Plaids la every concelvablo shado and tint. Wo have plain shades to match at Hlo per yard. 1 ho present Is tho lnrgost stock of filnghams our shown by us nnd it Ii going to bo a gieat (Ingham season. Second floor. Wo have loft tint -lof thoso Elegant Tinted Luncheon Clotht, with t 8 Dollies to match. 1 lie colois aiu Old Itosonnd Canary and hao two rows of open work and knottoa fringe all ni ound. Two sizes, a by J yards, 85 per set! ybySyaitls, JO per set Especially for lunch and 5 o'clock tea floor. About tlio Men's Uulaundcred Shirts. Ho member worccoho our Instalment of Shuts each six months, and tho uoxt lot will not boicady until August 1. Of coarse wohao a laico ouuntltv on hand, vet It Is impossible not to run out ot certain sl.cs-, hence our anxiety to liavo you lay la your supply at this time Atprecntwo hao tho full lino of sizes In all tho lines except slzo It in tho famous 8'Jo. quality, OK UHll SI L'Ufll. Only 87Io. lor a dozen 5 8 Estra Heavy ficam Datnask Linen Tablo Nankins Wu lmvo CO dozen, which ought not last a week at this price. Second floor. & Cor. Ilth ami F Sts. N. W. OIXX Nl'JWJAIja. A III tnilfnl Coiillnurnllou 'hotild nut crclti n' inacli attention ns (lico wonderful bargain. lf Dr. Warner's cr trtf, ff.f.1 Mount eh blilit.ti'a Lonsdnto Cam btlc. tile 10-1 fclioUlHlf, l!c Dress (food, lllankcts, ('(itnroitsftiirt I'lidonvenr tit cot nl Ilr.oDin Ati & Co.'s, lit), If Street Northwo't. Masonic Temple. liny Ynur Morrlinuillsc ut Home. TlierolsnoKoodor JnstlllaLlo reason why ntiy or.o rcldlnit In this city should coto New York tomato their piucha03. If you rocdatijtulnir In tlio farnllnro lino, uphol stery, ilcct rations, &o en direct to UourIi ton A L'o ' rcni oscntatlra cstabllshmoat, at lUlSniid 1K0 Y stiect northwost, and thoro you will nnd exactly tho saiooclnMofgo ids il at will bo shown you In Now York, and at tho satno pilcc, and lliorcbv savo tlino, money and vexation of fiilrlt, and at tlio rmnu tlmo nltln to build up ono of tho tnnilsomcst cities In thu world. Jtiiilden'x lti'IirPKclltlltlvo limliilliniitit llnusn. This reliable Instidhnent establishment, nt K,0 nnd flS Sflvcnth strcot, lias n complete, slockofall kinds nf morchandUo that lsic (jiiliod to ftirnlih a well lcitiilnlcd houehold nt cnhinlcei on tho Installment plan, and tlli'lntc your own totini, l'nr IVaslilnRluii Drcned ltoi-r iro lii .lnlin It. Kelly, stnllsCN, CMaml fi-W Con ire MnrH't, and 2i nnd SOSNoithcrn Liberty. Ciurcd bci t a xpeclalty. n'AXTJSllU I'.L v. AihtrHuinthtt vmler tklt htad, fO'irllnncr nc, ss ctnlt tor cue Umi lion; W ante fur Una. SA A1ESMKN WAKTKI) AT t)NTK- 1'ilW L'ooil men to sell our L-ooda bv saimilu to tliewliolcalo and letnll trade. Wonictlio largu inamifnctmcrt In our llnu. Liberal salary paid. Permanent position. Money ndvnnerd for wntrcs, iiilvorlKInK, etc. 1'or trims nddrcss ContcnnI.il Jl'f'K Co , C'lilcnco, 111. fc.w,sAS-!Mt isTANTnn. ivy a noon roi.oitr.n iau.s. V drc. wfl.hhie nnd Ironlinrto do nt lioinoircforoncoH ithcn. Apply 131a N 11 a. WANTKD-A WIDTH OIIII. FOIt (!EX crul honsoork la n small family, man, wlfo nnd boy SyciiMoldi Hot man pre ferred', to tho rljmt party u pleasant homo nnd Rood wueos assured. Apply at No. 1003 0 8t 11 W. AN Al'.LE ADVEUTISINa, INSUIIANCE, Safe, l.lRhtnliiK-rod- or Book Acent, or llciiortcr, of Brent savolr falru, for literary work. Larjo talnry. Write Loudon & Hart foul Pub. Co., N. Y. ONE EXPEIIIENCED 60LTCITOK ON high class subscription books, ono who has an actiuatntanco ainoni? Washington tanvaiscrs, io tako cxcluslvo control of tlio talc of "A Library of American Literature" In Washington. This Is ono of tho moat snliiblo works now on tlio market. Nino of Its eleven largo octavo volumes nro now out. This Is a grand opportunity for a flrst-clnss wan urd wo me prepared to makosuch a one a 'N ci y liberal offer. CHAS. L. WEB bTEIt& CO., 3 East lllh St.. N. Y. city. V'AJfTj:n 11U031H. AS TED - A PLAINLY-FUUNISHED room In tho norlbcnt unit of citr vp uIilio tbcru will be ns oblcctlon to llsht houektoplng. Address D. P. II., this ofllco. VANTX:iJWVSES. YTANTED-TO PHHCIIASE A GOOD hoiio, with Tor 8rs, with all mod Imps, on monthly payments. Address, with full pnrtlcnlnrs, J.J. 1',, Hoard ot Review, Barcau of Pensions. "YXrANTED-TO RENT A GOOD BRICK tlwelllng of 0 or 10 rooms, mod Imp, between K nnd R nnd 'th nnd 17th sts n w. Address II., this ofllco. stating terms. iV ANTED MISO ELTiAXJSUVS. Adiei fitments vnder Ms head, four lines or hts, 23 cents for one tnsei lion; JO cents for three. w NTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER. WM. raiEUEniCK. Mannfiictiirlnx Jeweler. LOS 7th stn w.onnosltoU. K. Patent Office; Uno clock and watch repairing a srcclaly. run jtJBNTitoozis. Adieitlftmente tinder this head, fourllnesm lets, 25 cents for om tntti lion: CO cents for thru. Handsome"' rxfitNi shed 'rooms, ' en suito or single, nt tho Buckingham, 90 15th st n w, overlooking Mcl'heison Square. Cholco tablo. T70R RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, Jj suitable for gentlemen No.OOSMstn w. Q AQ ARTHUR PLACE.N W, FIHSTIIOUSE AMn f l om 11 st Furnished rooms for gen tlemen; lent low to Jiespon'-Iblo parties who will bo reimancnt; convenient tofho Capitol. 1'jmsuifAij. Adi erllsetnenls vnder this head, four lines or less, Sicentsfor one Insiitlons: 00 cents for three. A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD ADDRESS So licits lady coi respondent, with view to companionship If tho ncqualataneo provo mutually satisfactory. Address Il.WAItE, care Ml 1 ltli st n w. BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGIIT-12 COM plcto tunes nnd accompaniments in ono quarter. JO. McCAULEY ii MOORE, 1713 F st. 717 Slat st. -VTOW IS TIIE TIME. WE WILL PAY J "big money" for gents' first-class second-hand clothing. Address or call at JUSTH'S OLD STAND. CIO D St. n. W. roil BAljEIlUUtiEH. Advertisements under this head, fo'ir lines or le, 25 cents for one insertion: 50 cents for three. FOR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, GROOM frame house, just finishing; hydrant In yaid; lot lCxlfi; snug homo: price, Jsoo. Ap Ap 1,013 ply to Uth st, to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 170R SALE-FRAME HOUSE 900 IN 25 J: foot alloy, bet 0th and ICth and G and n sts a w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closots fronting tho Totomac; 13 per cent Invest ment; lot 31J feet front by C-Ji deep, 19 feet fiomPthst. Apply within. IJIOR SALE-THREE OF TIIE CHEAPEST houses In Washington, 100, 103 and 110 11 tli st n e; two-story nnd basomont, brown stono ttlmmlngs; 7 rooms and bath; electrlo bells and gas; price, 83.500 each, 8500 cash balanco to suit or trade for good lots. FOR SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR ner honso; 7 rooms; handsomely pa pered; 1000 North Carollnn nve. Worth 83, coo. will soil at a jacrlfico or rent low. OWNER, Room 20. 810 F st U w, run SAXfEzurs. I70RSAI.E-LOT ON N ST. RET. 17TH and J. 16th; price, S3-co per fool; terms easy, tw i:nTpiiwi.cnxr JOS, HEDl'EItN & SON. C-J2 Uth st fcl7.IW.tUS IrtOR SALE-SOUTH BROOKLAND. With City Streets, Avenuos nnd Circles. FOR SALE We liavo abont 100 Lots, 60x150 feet oath, loft in that beautiful (subdivision known as South Brookland, which Is In con formity with tho plan of tho city, having streets 00 fcot nud avenues 130 foot wldo. This snbdlj Islon Is Bonth of and adjoining Brookland, convenient to tho Metropolitan Blanch Railroad and Elrctrio cars, near tho Unlicrslty and Soldiers' Homo, Tho lots now left will bo sold at tho low prlcoof from i to 10 conts per foot on easy torms. For plats and further Information apply to WM.O.UENISON. P2J F st a W.ortoltED rOHD W. WALKER, 1007 F st II w. an31dASlmo IJIOH SALE-LOTS IN TAIRVIEW HEIGHTS on Tennallytown Road and Woodloy Lnnc, opposite Oak View. Electrlo railway tracks nuw laid to theso lots, which have sidewalks In front nnd gas mains. Prices lower than asked for other lots In Iminedlato vicinity bmall cash paymonts. Monthly or yearly tlmo given at 0 per cent. Interest. BEALL, BROWN & CO., 1321 T bt. MUNJSY IU JAtAlf. 'S S S-. -s" s-s , TIONEYTOLOAN FOR LL'ILDING POIl- posos. No delay when security Is ac able, EMMONS A BROWN, 030 Fst n W. certa fcil.dAS.Om MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR flrst-classsocuiltlcs at lowest ratos of interest. No delay where security Is good, U. V. liltllKN, 303 7th St. n. W. ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. TITLE CO.. 470 La avo. M Mi:V' IN ALL SUMS. TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY, AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT. . St. PARKER, 1118 Fst. INSTALLMENT LOANb-WE ARE Au thorized hy the Unltod Security Llfo In--eurnnco and Trust Company of 1'hlludolphla toadtanco monoy on Improved property in Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar ket value, with or without life Insurance. Loans pajablo in monthly or quarterly In Btallmcnfa, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 yoars. In many Instances the paymonts aro loss than tho rental of a house. V. H. SMITH & BON, 1222 F Bt nw. MONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit On Approved Real Estato Soourlty. B. H.WARNKlt&CO., ota f st. n. w. Gas Stoves for Cooking! Gas Boilers at 31.18 and S1.50 tor Instantly making Tea ot CoHos. 0-.A.S COOKERS For largo and smalt famllios. Just tho stovo for sammor nso, as yon oxtlnsuUB a tho tastant tbs cooklnc la done. For sale by tba WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tern-UHx Si33?eo-b 3ST "W" run nuKTiiuvsEh. Atheittsiwents underfills head, fcmrUnesor lest, 83 cents for one Ineeillon; 00 cents for three. F OU RENT. vdnndl'a nvr. Sir $12,100 111.07 100 00 100 00 0107 aioo 8-131 B0 00 70 M 73 00 05 81) 1.0 00 CO 00 ,vi n.i 53 CO 05 00 no co 50 01 IS 50 13 00 1303 43 OO 17S7Nt, Kit nia Estn w, ICrs 011 ltth st n W. lOrs IWl-'.'INstn w, lOis QfHltt sine. 17rs iir,) Dili stn w, l3r , 2101st itnc, 17m , inn Nil live, lOrs , 1S8 list no. Inn, , 221 ;:d stuw, lOrs 1103 l'stnw, 1lrs 131 Mtlnono. 1 Irs , I'osi'nt n w, 12rs 10C.'!NIInoii w, llrs I22:d st n w, I'll , lopjWd st nw. On , I.IEstuw.llrs IC'.'.l Coi cornn t. Ors rai Psi n w.iors HOI 13th 8t ii W, 8M , l;o:::iststn w, lOrs 35271' Rt.l-'w 2-:oiststse, lOrs 210 CM n w, ISis 2d and (J stsn c,8rs 1317 SVd 5tn w,8rs :118 Iltt n e, 8rs K:iTitn w.brs nsil Spruco st, lOrs I'il Qfl n w.lirs rat licnch st,rs atll Othst.Hrs Ill 1st st n w, Ors 18-i8Itlistnw,0r.s MMOtthst.Srs 2WU N st n w, 8r 2l22!Mstnw, 7rs.."". 120811st nc7rs 1108 10th stn w, Ors 022 1. stn w Ol.-i N O arc, (Ire 0!li 2d st u o, 7rs IIS.-.NJuvc.Us l-1l2Wst,Crs 150 (1st n w, Ois 1027N CnpstjCrs 121520thn w.brs IlvnttsUlle, Crs :I (Jnw,8i3 Mi I. stn w W'JOstn w, Irs 23') Mass avo n o, Crs 11 IK stn w, Crs 2233 Cleveland, Ois 2JI1 Cleveland avc, Ors 113 Waincrst, Ors 9iBt n w, Irs Tcmpcianco avo n w, Ors.., 1120 nth st nc.Crs 2-131 Mt, lis 2lMPtt, 3is ; 03 Feiiton place u o, Brs.... 5 Columbia avo n w, Irs... liSMstso 12 Snow's alley n w,4rj... 2312 1Mb st, 4 rs 1 S00 3d s w, -Irs li.'UNY avc, Ois l Rumscy alley 1113 Tcmpciauce avc, Ira, 1010 R st,2rs STORES, 20n7thstInw 812 21st stn w , 1000 10 00 no no 35 00 33 00 30 13 27 80 3.) 00 30 00 30 00 30 00 27 50 23 51 ,,, 5 50 '.'.'.'.... 23 IJ 2050 25 10 23 30 23 00 23 00 2300 SI 02 SIM 2-150 20 no 20 10 10 00 1530 15 30 15 00 15 00 , II! m 1100 1300 1280 12 30 12 50 1230 12 00 1200 1100 0 30 12 00 , 8 30 , 8 30 , 800 NC0 , H00 7 50 DC0 13 CO JO 20 OlOFstnw. fol5d&s-lmo II. II, WARNEIt &, CO,, jTOK RENT. Will bo for lent, March 1, honso No. 1001 I .t n w, 12 looms and cellar. A. A. WILSON, Real Est ito Broker. fel3 2w Flieiiun's Ins. Co. irtOR RENT-UNFURNISIIED- 17Giniavonw.l7rs S20O 00 1011 Conn avc, 15 rs 200 00 18Mnssne, 17 rs and stablo 200 00 1111 Kstnw. 13ii 200 00 1(22 Vt avo nw. 10 is 200 00 Mass arc, nr 18th, 17 rs 175 00 ltcoicihstnw.llrs 125 00 t228Mstnw. 18 rs 125 OD 1400 Mass avo, 15 rs 125 00 1737 CJ fct ii w. 11 rs 100 00 1-IC0 chaptn st n w, 13 is 100 00 1712 Pstnw,12rs 100 CO 12 Chapln st n w. 12 rs 75 oo 1042 21st StUW. 10 rs 70 00 IOT M it n w, 10 rs CO 00 1527Ostnw,10rs C3 00 OHlithst nw. 10 rs CO 00 0,7)Sstn w,8is 5000 U01 21st st n w. 8 rs 50 00 121811th stn w, lOrs 50 oo Pst, ucar21st,7rs 0000 1010 Corcoran fetnw, Ors 43 50 2032 G stn W, 1C rs 40 00 3073 M st n w, and storo, 0 rs 40 00 131 N J avo s c, 10 rs 40 00 U7)Stoughtoust,8 rs 35 00 200CQstnw,2rs 33 33 llCOSstnw.Crs SO 00 Theabove houses can bo examined by por mlt Irom our ofllco only. THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., 1821 FBt. n. W. F IOR RENT- 1017 15th st n w. 12 rs, fur 8150 00 1202 N st n w. 12 rs. tar 150 00 1004 11 st n vr, lOrs, fur 100 00 K27 N st n w, 13 rs e000 732 21stBtnw, 14 is 43 00 SHlststnw, 1013 40 00 511 Spiucc si 40 CO 1304Tstnw.8ls 40 00 1018 T Stn W, Ors SO 50 710 Oth st lie, Ors 23 00 1S10 6th stnw, 5 rs and stable 13 50 onAS. E. BANES, With John F. Wacgatoan, N. w. cor. llthand lists, n.w. FOR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX toom frnme houses, high nnd dry loca tion; near churches and public school In Unloutown. Inquire of A.BEHHEND.IASH stn w JfOIt HAI,E AlSUnEXT. TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN It -nv- TIIOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F strcot. Chnngos mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. 2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 1S21 to 1320 Csts o and 1311 to 1322 Har rison atosc. b b,4 andOrs S12.000 17P3tol7l'IEBtnw,0rs 0,000 701 to 70D Farragut st n w. b h, 5 rs 9,000 1 to 0 alley bet 12th and 13th, M nnd N stsnw 0.000 1130 to 11511 23dstn w,f h.4rs 0.000 Ull and 1UU Cth st s w, b b, 7 rs, and 1 1 h rear 0.000 40 nnd 408 11th stuw, bh.O rs 5.000 23913stsw.bh,mi,8 rs 5,000 210 to 222 13th st and Ky ave, bet SO nAonndBstso, f h 4,000 321 to 823 D st 8 c, f h.Ols 0,000 3029th st so, bh.O rs 3.000 401 and 116 S Cnpitol st s w, f h. Crs.... 3,000 451 nnd 453 Itldgo st n W, f h. 3 rs 3,000 1839 bth st n w. b h. 0 rs 2,400 7352dstnw,b h.Ois 2,000 1818 nnd 1820 Lawrcnco stn w, f h,5 rs.. 2,000 42ISthtsw fh.Srs 2.000 4ISI ttsw.lili.r, rs 1,600 Alloy bet Cth nnd 7th, G nud E sts s o, bli.3 rs 1,500 12 Capitol alley a w.bh, Ors 1,130 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Por foot. K st, bet ICth and 17th sts nw $1 50 lbth st, bet R nnd S stsn w 2 00 Pa avc, bet Cth and 7thets s o 2 00 loth st.bct M and N stsn w 1 73 18tlist,bctLandMsts nw 150 O st, bet 1st and 3d sts n w 83 G fct, bet 2d nnd 3d 11 o CO Mount Pleasant 40 Brookland 10 lstst, betOandPsts s w 10 HOUSES FOR RENT. Por month. lliOOthstnw.lOis S13 03 001 2ist st ii w. 12 rs. -1U on !13 50 80 00 2100 25 00 ,u, isi-np 61,'jrs 051 H stn o,0 rs 231 lOtlistn c,7rs 810 N Carolina avo s e, 8 rs . . ssu.inst n w, a rs. 1AI llJtPWl UU ti1llltt J W f25 U st ii w. 7 rs 20 59 !3 00 7Nstnw,7rs 20 00 08Kstnc,0rs 20 no 323 Dst so, Ois IS 00 15SG8tbstnw,Gr...., 18 00 1015 U stn w, 0 rs.., IU 80 S42.1ncksou Hall alley, Irs 15 03 (3 list no. Ors is 00 Champlaln avo, near Columbia load. 11 no 1713 7th ft n w. Ois 13 30 13ll4Etsw,Srs 10 30 (i;8 Bnundaijst n w, lis 10 00 Rear Ml 7th stn w, 4 is 8 00 701 Farragut stn w, 5 is a oo REAL EfaTATE INVESTMENT. Sato ns U. B. bonds; 5 per cent., payablo quarterly; la snms Sl.ooo. LOANS. In sums to sntt nt c pur cent, Tho atiovo Is only a portion of tho property on roy books. For full list call nt ofllco for bulimia. Issued on tho 1st undJOth. A2XUHXJS IH.AT-JjA II'. pAMPBELL'cARRINQTbN, "" " Attorney-at-Law, KB D stroot northwest, . ., .. Washington, D, O. Webster Law Bnlldlng, Rt!dano 1218 II street northwest. DR. FERRAUD'S Tonic Wine of Coca IS JUST WHAT YOU NEED If your nerves nrn nil unstrung If you fool Irritable, cross nnd fretful If you find It dif ficult to concentrate jour mint! If you nro discom.igidnnd think llfo is not worth liv ing. It Is much hotter to uso THIS Sn.ENDID TONIC than to go oft nnd scok to drown those mis ciablo feelings In "tho flowing bowl," thereby obtaining only TEMPORARY RE LIEF, when by using Dr. Ferraud's Tonic Wine of Coca von TONE UP YOUR SYSTEM AND GIVE NATURE A CHANCE TO EFFECT A PERSIA NKIJT CURE. THE MEDICAL PROFESSION Indorse It ns a pleasant and offoctlvo ncrvo tonloand stimulant nnd piocrlbo It for all Nervous Tronblos, Thin Blood. Malaria, Loss of Appotlto, Weak Stomach, Loss of Vigor and all troubles of thK sort "that floih Io holrto." Ficparcd by EJID-W- IP. MEBTZ, Manufacturing Chemist, ioi i r ,Niiu:r.T koiitiimtat. Washington, D. C. ilsfob2tf SPRING 'LEAF' TEA AT 50 CENTS A TOUND, And Every Other Variety of CHOICEST TEAS, At Extremely Low Prlcos. I l!l 1325 l STREET. fe7totnail jrxjiiyun. Grand, Upright and Square PIANOFORTES Special attontlon of purohasors Is Invited to oar NEW ARTISTIC STYLES," Finished in designs of "HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART." PIANOS FOR RENT Second-hand Pianos at All Trioos. Wm. Knabb & Co., 817 Market Space. EDWARD F. DrfOOP 925 Pennsylvania Avenue, Calls attention to his largo stock of INWAY C1TABE, OABLER, WIIEELOCK, BRIQClS, BEUNINQ and other Pianos. The -Wonderful Solf-Playlng jffiollan Organ. STORY & CLARK. CLOUOH & WARREN ORGANS. Sold on Installments, exchanged, rontod, tuned, moved and stored. Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe cialty. Sheet muslo and musical merchandise at tho old stand. 025 Fa. avo. DSE UKUKS, HTKHXINO, 'I MINNEOLA. QIIjT 1SDOH or QOIiUlCN UILI, XiOTD'R And yon will always havo boantlfnl Broad. Roils and Biscuits. Wbolesalo Depot, cor ner First street and Indiana avenuo. WM. M. OAL.T ft OO. E. Kit.tz Johnson, A. L, Johnson. OFriOES-lSW F St. n. w.. 1M5 7th st. n. w.. 111'.' Hill St. II. W., 3d nnd K Sts. 11. W., 1710 Ta. ave. u. w. and lOlMst.u.o. Johnson Bros,, DEALERS IN COAL. COKE AND WOOD, WASHINGTON, I). C. MAIN OITICE-1302 F st. II. W. Ofilcc, Wharves aud Railroad Yards Foot o l'.'thbt.s. w. Sole Agents for salo of Washington Cas Co.'a fe7,d,lmo Coko JOHN E. BEALL, Commissioner nr Deeds for OKvery State anil Territory, NOTARY AND U, S. COMMISSIONER. Office Hours, 0 to 5. 1S31 F Street N. W. Tolopbono No. SU-fi. i IS 113 Kb dlli HsrrESjM m mm tf THHT THE CRITIC DOES. HI Publishes HI the for 2 Cents. 2 It Favors ther Best of Washington, 3-lt Declines to he or Bulldozed Into Jobbery. 4-11 Expresses Emphatic Opinions. B-lt Criticises Men and Measures Without Fearor Favor, 6--II Courts Criticism of Itself. 7 It Fearlessly Supports Truth and Justice. Ii Gives Everybody a Chance to Growl 9-lt Publishes and DEATH FREE, 10 H Awaits Your Subscrlptic 35 Cents a Month. JtAlJjJtUABS Tho Great Pcniisrlrnnia Itotite To the North, West, and Southwest, Donblo Track . Splcnd Id Scenery. Steel Rnlls, Mngtilflccnt Eqnlpmont. In ErrrcT JAMJAnr 1st, 1S0O. Trains eao Wnshlngton, from station, cor ner ol Sixth and II Rltccts, ns follows: T. 11. .,... ..., II... ll'., t ,., . jlill I iiii-miui nun iiiu iiuoi. i lliu IKU Limited Express of Pullman Vcstlbulcd t ors nt 10.50 am dally; Fast Line, 10.50 nm dally to Cincinnati nnd bt. Louis, with Sleeping Cam from l'lltsbma to Cincinnati, nnd blcoplnfl mug in i int'innniii nnti Mcopmg Isburg Io Indianapolis; dally, ox lay, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car Chicago. M. Louis, Chicago nnd .nis iiiuTiiuur, ccpt saturua Alfnona tn C Cincinnati Expro3. 8.30 p m dally. Parlor Car WnshliiKlon to Harrlburtf, and Slcopln Cars llnrtlsbmit to St. Louh, Chleaqo and Clnclnnnll, nnd BlnlnK Car I.arrliburit to St. I.ntiln. Western Exnress. nt 7.10 n m ilnllr. llh Sfccplnc Cars WnshliiKton to Chicago and St. Louis, conncclliis dally at Harris, burs -with lluouah Sleepers for Ixiulsvlllo nnd Memphis. I'aclfio Express, 10. CO p m dnlly, for I'lttsbiirit and Iho West, with IhiouRh fckeperto rlttsburx, and Pittsburg toCliiciiKO. DALTIMOHH AND TOTOMAC RAILROAD. Fon Kam'. CanandalKitii, Rochoslcr and Nlnsara Falls dally, except Sunday. 8.10 n m. Fon Enir, Cnnandnlmin nnd Rochester dully; for liufi'nlo nnd Nlnanrn dally, oxcept Hiluidny. 10.0C limlthbIccplnBCar Wash Inclon to Rochester. 1011 UIIIUMSl'IIIIT, LOCK tin mlra, nt 10.W a m dally, nxecnt S 1'on Wit uajim or.T dally, :0X) p Foil 1'iiu.AiiFi t iiia, Now Vork n ion iiiiAJ(8finiT, Lock Haven and El- Sunday. pm. nml Mm Faq. 7.S0, n.CO, 11,00 and 11.10 n in, 2.10. 3.20, 4.10, lO.COandll.so pm. On Sunday, O.oo. 11 10 a in, z.iv, u w, n ji', juininnii u.;.-upiii, iiiimtcu Express of I'ullinnn 1'nrlnr Cnrs, 0.10 a m dnlly, extcpt Sunday, and 4 pm dally, with Dining Car, TOR rillLADELTIIIA ONLY. Fast UM'nFtx, 8 10 a m week days, and 8.10 pm dally. Accom.,U.00p m dally. Fun Voston, without chanue, 3.S0 p m overy rtav. Fon HnooM.VN. N. Y,, all throiiRh trains connect nt .itwey City with boalaof Hrook lyn Annex, aiToidlnKdfrocttrnnsfor to Fulton street, avoiding double fcrilaco across Now Yoik city. Fun Atantic City, 11,10 a m wcok days, ll.copm dally. Ton llAt.Tiiionr, 0.85, 7.00, 8.10, 0.00, 1) 40, lo.co, n.co nnd n.40 a m, la.o.-,, a.io, a so, s.-V). 4ro,4.10, 4,W, 4.40, 0.00, 7.10, 8.10, 10.00 and ll.Wp.m. on Hundny, O.oo, 0.01, in.co,li,to nm.yiO, 3.20, 3 SO, 4.00, 4.10, 0 00, 7.1U, 8.10 10.(O nnd 11.20 p.m. Fon I'oi't.'s Cnt t a Line. 7.20 a m and 1.10 p. m dally, oxcept Sundny. Fon Annwoiis, 7.20, 0. a m, 13 0" and 4.20 P m dally, oxcert Sunday. Sundays, 0.03 a m, 4.10pm. ALEXANDRIA AND rREDERICKHRURQ RAILWAY. AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILWAY. IN EF1TCT NOVEJ1HE11 18,168'). Fon At.nxAKnntA, 4.S0, 0.35, 7.4.1,8.40, 0.45, 10.F7 a m, 12.01 noon, 2.03, 4.15, 1.23. 4,51,0.01, B.C2, io.c.1 and 1 1.37 p m . On Sunday nt 4.30, 7.4.1, 0 11, 10 57 a in, 2.80, 4,15, 0.01, 8.03 and 10.C3 p in. A( uiM jiodation ron QcANTtco, 7.45 a m and 4.M p tn cek days. 7.43 a m Sundays. Foil Ricii-MONnnnd tho Sonth, 4.30, 10.57 a m dtiliy, nnd 4,15 p m dally. Accommoda tion, 4.53 p m week days. Ti!iAssleao Alexandria for Washington, 0,03, 7 00, 8.CO, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m: l.'W, 8.00, 5.10, 0.10, 7.05, 0 20, 10.32, 10.4.J nnd 11.03 p m. On Sundny nt 0.10 nnd 1 1 .07 a m; 2.00. 5.10, 0 10. 7.05, 0.20. 10 32 and 10.42 n m. Tickets and Information at tho oflloo, north cast coinorof luth strcot and Pennsylvania aicnue. and attho station, wheioordcrs can be left for the chccklne of bastgnRO to desti nation from hotels and residences. CHAS. E. 1'UHII, ,1. II. WOOD, General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent, ilaliiinoro & Ohio Railroad. Schedule In efToct Deo. 23, 1SS0. Leave Washington from Station corner ot Now Jersey avenuo and C street. Fon Chicago and Notthwest, Vcstlbuled Limited cxpicss dally HSOam, oxpiess9:30 pm. i on Cincinnati, st. Loins anil maiauapo ll, express dally, 3:10 nnd 11:30 p m. For. PiTTMiUT.u and Clovoland, Vcstlbuled Limited express dally liso am and express 8:40 p m. ron Lexington and Local Stations, tl0:30 am. Fon WixcuLs-ren and Way Station, t3.30 p. m. Fon LviiAY, 8:40 p m. Fon llALiiJionn. weekdays, 4.00, 5 00, C.40, 7.20, 6.30,0 20, 0.43 (11.00, 12.00, 43 minutes), n in, 12.10, 2 CO, 2.30 (13 mlnutosj, 3.1.1(45-m!n-utcs). 3JS 4.25,4 30,4.33, 6 30,0.20,7.10,7.43, 0.00, 10.30 nnd 11.30 p m. Sundays, -1.00, 7.20, 8.C0, 0.20, 0.4.1 a m, 12.00 (I1minut03). 1.15, 2.C0, 8.S0 (13-mlnutes), 18.104.22.168.23, 1.S3, 0.20,7,10, 7.43, 0 00, 10.30 nnd 11.50 p m. lon Way Stations between Wnshlngton nnd Baltimore, 0,00, C.40, B.S0, a m, 12.10, 3.2.1, 4.35, 0.20, ll.ao p m, Sundays, 8.30 a in, 1.15, 3 25, 4 330.20, 11 30 pm. ln.MNB Icavo Ilaltlmnro for Washington, week days, n.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.4.1, 8 00, S.SO, 0.15 and 10.15 am: 12.(X), 12.15, 1.30, 2.10. J.C0, 4.10,4.15. C.ro, 0.00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.30,6.33, 10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays O.CO, 7.43, S, 0.15, 10.15 a m; l-'OO, 12 50, 1,10, 2.10, 4.15, 0.00.020,7.10, 7.30. 8.30. 8.33,10.20. 10.23 and 11 Ct p m. I'ou ANNroLiF, C.40 a m, 12.10. 4.23 p ra. On Sundays, 8.30 a m, 4.: p m. Leave An napolis 0.40, am. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays, 8.37 am, 4.00pm. Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, to, 45, isio.so b ro. Sl.lOpm for pilnclpal sta tions only; tlO.30 a m, t4.30 and tS.SO 11 m. 1 011 RotKviLiJs nnd way stntlons, tl.33 p ra. Fon GAiTiiEnsnnnonnd Intermediate points, to n m, tl CO, 5.33, tn.3.1 p ra . Ton Boyd's aud intermediate stations, t7.03 pm, ilo. lie pm. Cmir.cn tiiain leaves Washington on Sun day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations on Motiopolltau Eraneli. Ton FimncmcK. t0.43. 11.20 a m, 3.10, 1.30 pm. Sundays, 1.10pm, Fon Haoeiistown! 11,20 a. m. and t3.E0 p. m. Tpains arrive from Chicago dally 11.41 a in and 4,05 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally 3.11 a m and 1.50 pm; fiom Pittsburg 7.10 n m. 0.50 p m dnlly. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI VISION. I'on New YonK. Tionton, Nowatk and Elizabeth, N. J., -4.00, 8.00, 0.20, 12.00 a m, '2.30, l,20 and i0.:i0 p m. Iluffet Parlor Cats on all day trains. Sleeping Car ou the 10.30 p m, open at 0.00 p m. Fon PiiiLADELi'MA, Newark, Wilmington nnd Chester. 1.00, 1S,0(, ll 20, 12.00 a m, 2.30, 4.20, 7.10 and 10 SO pm. Fon iiNTiinjiniiiATB toims between Daltl moro and I'lilladclphla, t5.00 aud $7.20 a ra, 12.00, 13.15 pm. Tuains 1 kam5 New York for Washington. '8.S0, 11.00 a m, 2 00, M.20, 5.00 p m and 12.1.1 night. InAiNs irAVEPhIlndelnblafi)rWAsliln"ton. 1.40,b,15,"11.10am,1.35, 4,40, 0.03.7.l0 pm, Fon Ati am 10 City, 1 oo a m and 12.O0ra, Sundays, 4 (K) a m and 12 CO noon, tExc opt Sunday. l)ally. kSimdny only. llaggago called for and cheesed from ho tels anil losldcnccs by Union Transfer Co. on oideislcft at tlLkct oflices, 010 and 1351 Pa. avo. and at Depot, J. T. ODELL, CIIA'. O. SCULL, Gen. Manager. Cion, Pa'-s, Ag't. Chesapeake and Ohio Route. Schedule In effect January 00, 1S0O. Tralrs Icavo Union Deot, Sixth and II sticcts. 10:57 a in for Newport News, Old Point Comfort aud Noifolk dally. Anrlvo in Old Point at 0:10 p m, and Noifolk at 0:10 pm. 11:21 a m-Clnolnnatl Express, dally, for stntlons In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky and Cincinnati, Vcstlbnlo sleepers through without ehango to Cincinnati, ai rl log at 7:33 ti in. 0:10 p m-F. F. V. Vcstlbnlo Spoolnl. dally, Kolld tialns with dining ears run throui'li without change to Cincinnati, csllbulo Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville. Ouke, 613 Peimsjlvanla avenuo. II. W. FULLER. Pen. Pass. Agent. aumuissiuNisns uv insuva. u S. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALL Stutoa nud Territories. 458 La. ave.. odd. tv Hall MJWIOAI. FOR MEN ONLY! A DfKITIUP rorlOSTorrAILINO MANHOOD! H I OOI IIVC General and NERVOUB DEBILITY: flTrTTJ T Weakneis of Body and Mind! Effects V - JLVJL4 otErromorEirfntilnOlilor Younr. Iloluil, Nolila MtMIOllll rullr llcilnrrd. Uo In t nlnmr I Blr.oglhcii)l'iK,lMlHll,lli'IIMllUaSH I'lllborllOlH. Abkuiulrir unnuuir liunb iiirAinh-Miitirnit in Hfnlr,lirrroui41 blalM, Ttrrllorlfn, Bml tiirtlfntumilrl.. 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