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THE WASIITNGTON C1UTIC, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1890.
WASHlNGTOft ( ; 11ITIC oitx ttvisassiii. Anhouscr-lluscli. New Haven, Dooorobor 15, 1839. Tho Anhonscr Utwch Ilrowlug Aswolatlon, tit. Louis, Mo.: Gontlomon Tho eamplo ot Faust Boor latoly received from you for analysis lias In 100 parts by wolght the foltowluir composi tion: Total solid extract 0.930 Alcohol 3.330 (arbonlo acid gas 355 Water 89.375 100.000 tystomatlo ncarch lias failed to show tho presencoof any adulterant, and tbocompo n'tlon Is vory similar to Hint of tho Dost lloor of Munich and Vienna, Your!, etc., a. W. Joiixson, Professor of Chemistry, Yale College. Washington Ilranch: first strcot and Virginia aronno southwest, FltANK SCHWAItZ, Manngor. '1'hono, 374-1. .Fair Denllng, l'alr Term and n (loud Artlrlo In John ltuddnn'K Motto. Ho noils tor cash, but scarcity of monoy need not doprlvo any ono of homo oomforts. A email cash payment as an ovldonco ot food faith Is nil t bat It required at first, and uturo paymonts can ho mado monthly or weekly, to suit tho purchaser. Goods deliv ered on llrst payment. This Is tho plan pur eucd In tho past, and tho samo courso will bo continued at tho Cash and Credit stores ot John lluddon. 030 and Ott Seventh street northwest. Gl o him a call. Tho Latest Wonder, Humphrey's Wlno Parlors. Tho phonograph nines and ropoats all tho latest songs and naylngs. Tho only original McQInty, by Mr. l'lynn, a concert within Itself. A full brass band every night, shaffor and Dlakoloy's latest euccoas, "Tho Ntggor and tho Deo," etc. rrofossor Woll'D latost succoss on tho banjo. 115 Thirteenth street northwost. Houghton Co.'n Sprlnc Specialties. This firm Is In rccolpt of many specialties In tho newest stylos of spring goods. Their Ktock Is complo'o In nil t no latost styles of furniture, upholstortng, decorations and an unlimited assortment of nobby specialties. Thispromlnont business house la centrally located at 1318 and 12J0 F street northwest, nnd keeps In stock tho samo class of goods that can bo found In any first-class storo In Now York. Tho accommodations aro far fctipoiior and tho prlco ot tho goods aro tho xamo. All good citizens doslrlng to build up their beautiful Capital City will certainly patrontzo tho local merchants, especially this liberal und fair-dealing firm. Spring Z.uinb. For fcprlng lamb and Washington drossed bcof go to J. R. Kelly. Ninth stroot wing. Centre Matkot, and N. L. Market, Fifth and K streets. For Washington Dressed Hoof go to -John It. Kelly, stalls62S, 6?J and C30 Cetu t ro Harket, and SOS and 208 Northern Llborty, vviuvu uvvi u Dinjviuibji - ' - "- ' KUN OVEK AND K1L1.K.1). I.altlmoro aefl Votomac Engine Crushes Cornollus DrUcoll. Yesterday1 afternoon, shortly after 1 o'clock, Cornelius Drlscoll, an employe of the Baltimore and Potomac Com pany, was run over and killed by en gine No. o02. Drieuoll wns at work paving between tho tracks on Sixth .street, near Maine avenue, at the time (he engine was backing Into the depot to pull out the -1:S0 Baltimoio train, lie mu'ithuvc seen tbacnplneapproaching, but proceeded with his work without paying much atteution to it. When a very hliort distance away ho made u motion as if to step from the track, but the engine struck him ami passed over tho body, crushing it in a horrible manner. A. telephone- message was sent In to the Sixth Vrccinel, aud the palrol wagon was bent to remove the remains lo Leo's undertaking rooms on Penn sylvania avenue, where (hoy wcic pic jinred for buiiul. Uolh tlio engineer nnd fireman say that they did not sec JDriscoll, and they aro satisfied that his death was the result of his own care- Icssncsa. Drlscoll was u widower, and bad a grown up family. National Guard Nnti The Third Battalion, Distilct National (Junrd, will give a battalion dilll and parndc in fiont of tho Atlington Hotel, beginning at 8:30 o'clock next Thurs day evening. After the dilll the bat talion will piocccd In a body lo Lincoln Post fair, in tho W. L. 1. Armory. Company B, Third Battalion, Captain IMahony, was engaged in target practice last evening at the range on 1) street, btlwecn Ninth and Tenth streets. A number of youne men in Kast "Washington aro talking of organising a company of lancers similar In uni foiw, etc., to the famous Boston Lancets. Lxcltluc Ituuuuny Accident, There was tin exciting runaway on Is inth street yesterday afternoon. Mr. Martin Ucbner was dilving down tho htrcct anil as he was crossing New Yoik iivmuo tbo horse became frightoned -v und started on a run. At tho intersec tion of F street Mr. llcbucr jumped out nnd was setiously injured. At the romcr of Pennsylvania avenue tho hcrse nud wagon collided with Scalon J'eitj's delivery wagott aud thcie wai a pcncial smush up. Mr. llcbncr's cur liagc was completely demolished. l.EMON ELIXIR. its Wfinderrul Effect on tlin I.Ivor, Miilnuch, IStmels, tClduettuml Itlood. I)r MoiJcVh l.cmou Kllxir is a pleasant Irmnn drluk that positively cures all Jlillousncbs, Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, Malaria, Kidney Disease, Diz ziness, Colds, Loss of Appetite-, Foyers, hills, Blotches, Pimples, Vain In Back, 1'alpltatlon ot Heart, anil all other disease raustd by disordered llvor, stomach and Moneys, tho flrst great cnubu ot all fatal diseases. Fifty cents nnd ouo dollar per b'Hic Bold bv druggUts. Prepared only 1 U. Mozloy, M. D., Atlanta, On. T.cmon Dot Drops. I-or coughs aud colds, take Loruou Hot Jir;s. lor boro throat nud bronchitis, take i cmort Hot Drops. For pneumonia and laryngctlB, tako Lt'noullot Drops. For consumption and catarrh, tako Lemon I'Ot Drops. Fnr all throat and lung diseases, talo nion Hot Drops. An elegant and tellable preparation. Sold by druggists. 23 cents per bottle. I rcparcd by II. Mozloy, M. I)., Atlanta, Ga. hull: nf A uluuble llualucss I'ropcrty, Fitch, Fos & Brown have just sold Hi at valuable corner propeity at tho In ttr .ttllon of New Yoik avenue, Tlilr trtnlh and II sticets, for thu heirs of ihi late Oeorgo W. Utcrraehlo, to Dr. y M. Galluudelto for tho sum of a o non. Cutunh Uurod. clergyman, after years ot suffering fiom that loatbsomo disease, Catarrh, and iBKJy try Ing every known remedy, at last 1 und a prescription which completely t ircd and caved lilm from doath. Any suf lircr from this dreadful dlsoaeo sending u i 'lf-adircMcd stamped cnrelnpo to Pro fessor J. A. Lawrenco, 8S Warren street, Scw York, will receive thu rcclpo froo of charge. No Criterion. From the A'to Yotl VUy, New Yorker I tell you thero isn't time) to get up a great international ex hibition In 1893. Why, tho Centennial of 1870 look tivH veura to proparo. Chicagoan Y e s; but that was In Wiiladofnuia. UDl DATING TI1K NKOItd. l'roresaur I.nngston Tnllm About tho Work In Ills District. Professor J. M, Lnngston, ono of the recognized colored liaders In this coun try , w as met by a Cm no roportcr to-day. Ho has nellvely encaged In tho work of tbo Colored Kducnlors' Conference, and will, on May 1!), deliver tho address at tho Norfolk Mission College, an insti tution built up by Northern contractors for the education of thu colored youth of tidewater Virginia. "At Boydtou, Mecklenburg; County, Virginia," said tho Professor, "thu people, whllo and colored, obscrvo reg ularly tho anniversary of tho surrender of General Lee lo General Grant at Ap pomattox Couit House, on April 1), lBCfi, Ono of tbeso meetings will bu held on tho Dili of next month, nnd I will mid res lilts people on that occa sion. My subject will bu 'Thu Signifi cance t-I Leo's Surrender to Grant.' Ten thousand people will bu present, many fiom Washington. Boydton is in the banner Itepiiblicau district of the State, aud it contains onu of tho largest colleges for Iho education of the colored youth in thu United Slates. The college was formerly used by tho whites, but within tho past fifteen years it has been purchased by North ern philanthropists, who procured able faculty, white and colored, with all tho needed appliances for tho advanced education of colored youth as indicated. "Wheu I speak on this occasion I will, by special lnvltlon, nddrcss tho Thyno Mission College, located near Chase City, In tho samo county. At both of these collegu thero Is a very lartro attendance of colored pupils, both malu nnd female. Both schools aro do ing most interesting nnd profitable work for tho classes for whjch thoy were established. sug"gi:stions i'oh tiii: hij.vso.v. Medical .Tournal.1 Bo specially careful of draughts and sud den changes. Do not overwork. Of what uso Is wealth without health? Keep jour feet dry, but do not wear o crshoes all (he tlmo. Itcmembcr that tho pores otjour skin, when lu health, aro always open, and that closing them causes sickness. Dress warmly, but not heavily. Woolon clotblnc that permits tbo exhalations or tho body to C6capo, Is tho best. Eat strengthening nnd hearty, but not too much ci easy food. It Is a mlstako to sup poso that fat food contains tho most Vitality. If you feel chilly at any tlmo, tako a drink of puro whiskey at once. Duffy's Pure Malt Is tho purest and best and has tbe highest recommendations. Do not call tho Doctor for ovcry slight ailment. If j ou have a cold, feel depressed nnd lack appotlto and vigor you ncod fiora thlng to tono and build up tho system. Nothing will do this so readily as tho puro article we havo mentioned. Chlcugo Kepartee. t'lom the Ato York W'teUy. First Chicago Clubman IIn! ha! The boys tell mo you were out driving with a devlish pretty woman yesterday. No vscupinir our sharp eyes, you see. Who was she? Picord Clubman Your wife. If you hare a COLO or COUCH, nrtilo or Icntlln? to CONSUMPTION, ga JS OH-' EK2J ;D f.IVJCIC J-Kff, AND SSYFQPl'IOSPIIITHS or X.1DTV Aim son.i IE5 fST73EVEJ CTDTU3 POK. STI". This propirnllon cont-jlni tho stimula ting jitoportloa ot tho Ituptiphmphttci and flue Norwegian Coil Llvrr Oil. Used liy physicians nil tho world over. It la in pulainbla as mills. Tliroo tlmoo 03 efllcn clous as plain Cod Llvor Oil. A perfect Emulsion, hotter than ell other niado. Tor all form J olllasIiiy Diseases, UranchUte, CONS UMPTTOX, Scrofula, -i"'1 as a Flesh Producer thero 13 nothlnu HUo SCOTT'S EfYiuLSIuM. It li oold by nil Druggists. Let no ono by protuao oxplauatlon or Impudent entreaty luduco ou to accept a BUbsllttUe. STRICTURE! Dl-solvcd and Itemovcd by Medicine Only. 10 INST11UMENTS. Aildre-3 rUYSICIAN, mrlO,8t Box '.CI, I'rovldencc, It. I. Fur Improved nud economic cookery. Uso It for Soups, SnuccsSIadcDIshes (Uame, I'ish, oto.), Asplo or Meat Jelly. Keeps peifoetly lu all climates fur uuy length of time, und N clieapcr and of liner llauir than any other stock. Ouo pound equal to foitv noundi of Company's ini OF MEAT. Jleimbeof of tho v.il I ue of about S'i..vj. (icniuue only With dllSt (IS Villi l.lnhlc's signature as shown. ELY'S .k, VATAKKH llll'l DHLIil IslVoilli $ 1 ,000 'loAiiy .linn, Woman or Child Sii:l-rluir 1'roiu CATARRH. Kot u liquid or Miutf. A particle I applied Into each nostril and y ncteoublo. Price, M cents, at Urn jists: 1), mail, rf'Klstcred, CO ecnts. KI.V HKOUIKRg fifi Wurreu t.. Now York. pOVLTIlY YAI1D. C. TUN8ANT, Doalor and Ilalscr ot l-OULTUY, 1'ltESn EflQS, &v. (Can bo obtained at any time, either day or night.) HOTELS AND FAMILIES SUIU'LIEO, Borentccnth and D streets uorlhwost, Washington, D. C. uil.lm J. T. ASHFORD Can bo found at HOlOthtt. n.w. Spgolaltlos lu l'umituti", Mattresses and Hprlus Hods mado to order. Kurnlturo and Pictures so curely packed and shipped (iood Wlro Mattres-i $2.W W Pound Ualr Mattress 3T.W J. T. HSHFORD, 410 TENTII ST. N, W. raarl3.il.fcS KLL-CQRN8, Tha Bt,fiaf,C!heaiJ,t aApORNMOVtfc'Mkwwiklntur.Adc.l.r nTolIetArUcluorKiitl'OST-riwonreocliitor lBo.br fflfammm &$3J2 M, n, O yri t-it7-is ILDinH mrnmQffA HAY-FEVER iitgr a e nt fb n fil n vnT$,GAtisusrt RiB.Lgy yit bio trwi BRIGGS' t E TO -Fon-SICK HEADACHE -IN IT8- Nervousi Bilious or Congestive Forms. TESTIMONIAL. L. It. MltOWN, M. D., B3Wost Jorsoyst., ELlZAnETii, N, J., Juno 28, 1880. I'lils la to cortlty that I havo usod for eomo months with much satisfaction, tho combina tion of romcdlo, for Iloadacho, known as Brigs' Ilcadaeho Troohos. Tho romedy euros moro headaches, especially such as af fect Nervous Vomcn, than anything I am acquainted with, and It this cortlflcato wilt bo tho means of bringing It to tho favorable attention lof snScrors from that trouble, I shall fcol that I havo dono them a sorvico. L. It. DROWN. PRICE, 25 CENTS. Sold by all DruRRlsts or sont by Mall on Ho celpt of l'nco. BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO., ELIZADETn. N. J. THE National Brewing Co. "Bock Beer" Will be put to the Public on and after SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1890, Ask for it eray where. Delivered to all parts of the city, Telephone Call MAIN OFFICE, 31S Sixth St. n. w. DEPOT, 1 St., bet. Third and Tourth sts. a. o. DEPOT, COLD STORAGE, CENTRE MARKET. CHAS. FLEISHMAN, mr28.lt MANAGER. Big Drop in Harness, Buggy or Road Harness. $25 reduced to $18 $30 reduced to $20 $35 reduced to $25 $40 reduced to $30 Carriage or Coupe Harness. $40 reduced to $30 $50 reduced to $40 $6b reduced to $50 All HandMade Work. Trunks and Traveling Satchels of All Descriptions a Specially. Special attention given to tho Ropnirlng of TRUNKS and IIARNE&8. - K. KNEESSI & SON, 425 SEVEKTn STREET N. W Next to Odd-Fellows' Hall, f e21.d &S,6m H22 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Opposite Wlllard's Hotel. NEW PROCESS OF LAUNDERING. NEW BUILDING! AND NEW 3IACIUNERY. Collars and Cuffs, 3 cents each. Half II030 darned ireo of charge All Bhlrts done by hand to avoid tearing. Two seamstresses at tho Laundry to mend und ct wear at low prices. Liberal discount to families. Goods deliv ered to any part ot tho city. s. c. amniiACH, mrS.J.tS PROPRIETOR. NEW YORK BUFFET, 403 TENTH STREET N. W. Rest and Purest Liquors In tho city. Im ported CIgara. JAMES n. COSTELLO, Proprietor. f fe3Mto & CO, Printers, 1107 R Street NorUniesl. Tho Oldest Established Printing Houso In Washington. FACILITIES FOR GENERAL JOB WORK UNSURPASSED BY ANY 1IOUSS IN TOE CITY. A Special Lino of tbo Latost Novoltlos In Wedding Cards and Invitation Danco Pro grammes, etc., with Envelopes to Match just received, I,)COAI. WOItlC A SfKCIAI.Tr And Every Kind ot Rook PrlntlngPr Execnted and et Lowest Rates. TELEPHONE CALL, 0(12-2. GOOD Sixth Street and New CELEBRATED I0ETH KT $1.15 Per This is the lowest TTNPREOEDESTED ATTRACTION! U OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED Lcl, o. L. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY GO. Incorporated by tho Loglslaturo foroduoa llonal and charitable purposo?, and its fran chise mado a part ot tlioprejont htateCoD Btltntlon, In 1S?J, by an 0Vawui:LsiiKa roru- LAIl VOTE. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW INGS take placo semi annually (Juno and December), and its GRAND SINGLE NUM BER DRAWINGS tako place in oaeh ot tho other tenmontts in tho year, aud aro all dtawnln public, at tho Aoadomy of Muslo, Now Orleans, La. "Wo do hefoby certify that we supervise tho arrangements for all tho Monthly aud Seml-Annual Drawings of tho Louisiana Stnto Lottery Co., and In person manago and con trol tho drawings themselves, and tht tho came aro oonduotcd with honesty, falrnoss nnd in good faith toward all partloi, and wo authorize tho Company to uso tblsccrtlBoato, with fao-slmlles of our signatures attached, In its advertisements." AizmmMt Jf o$ Commissioners. Wo tho undersigned Eanki and Bankers will nay nil prizes drawn In! tho Louisiana State Lotteries which may bo prosentod at our counters. Jt. Br. iVAtMSLEr, Tres. La. Nat. Bank. l I.ANATJX, I'res. State Nat. Dank. A. HAfcnwiTs, pies. N. O. Nat. Lank. CAUL KOUN, rres. Union Nat. Rank. GRANi) MONTHlA" DRAWING will tlko plnce nt tho Academy of Muslo, Now Or leans, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1800. PMMTA1. PH17.R VltlllllU 1 1I1IJ1J UUUUl 1C0.CC0 Tickets nt Twenty Dollars; nalves, $10; Qunrtow, 85; Tenths, S; Twentieths, SI. LI VT OF PRIZES. 1 PRIZE OF 8300,000 Is S3T0.000 1 PHIZKOF 100,000 Is.. i 100,000' ll'RIZEOF 50,0001s 50,000 1 PRIZE OF S3 fOOIs 85,000 2PRIZESOF 10,000 aro 20,000 6PIUZESOF 6,000 aro 25.00J 25PRIZK80F 1,100 are 23,000 100 PRIZES OP MOuro 50.000 200PKIZKSOF SOOnro 00.000 W0 PHIZES OF SOOaro 100,000 Arrr.oxiMATiON Prizes. 100 Prizes of S',00 lire 5O.C0O lOOPrlzosof ccoaro 30,000 lOOPilzesof SOOaro 20,000 Teiiminai. PnizEs. 009 Prizes of 8100 are 00,900 OOOPiizcsof 100 ure 90,900 i),131 Prizes, amounting to 31,031,800 AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE. ISTon Cera Ratks or any further Infor mation desired write loglbly to tho under signed clearly stating your rosldonoo, with State, County, Street and Numbor. More rapid return mall delivery will bo assured by your inclosing an envolopo bearing your full address, IMPORTANT. AH ordinary letters containing Postal Notes, Monoy Orders Issuod by all Express Companies or Now York Exchango. Addressed M.A.DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La, Address Registered Letters containing cur rency to New Orleans National Bank, Now Orleans, La. "REMEMBER that tho payment of Prlzos Is GUARANTEED UY FOUR NATIONAL HANKS of Now Orloans. and tho tloButs uro signed by tho president of an Institution whoso chartered rlirfits are reoognlzol In tho hlehost courtstthereforo, bewaro of all Imita tions or anonymous sohomos." ONE DOLLAR Is the price of the smallest part or frootlonof a ticket ISSUED UY US In any drawing, Anything In our name offered for less than n Dollar Is a BWlndlo. JOHN E. BEALL, Commissioner or TJeoiU for Kvery State anil Territory, NOTARY AND U. S. COMMISSIONER. Office Hours, 9 to S, 1S21 F Street N. W, Telephone No. Mt-2, liibbey, BOARDS, K 100 Feet, price good lumber has ever Bitti Dealers in Lumber 1'IANOS. Grand, Upright and Square PIANOFORTES Special attention of purchasers la Invited to out. "NEW ARTISTIC STYLOS," Finished In designs of "HIGHEST DECORATIVE ART." PIANOS FOR RENT. Second-hand Pianos at All Prices. M, SKNABE & CO., 817 Market Space. EDWARD F. DrfOOP 925 Pennsylvania Avenue, Calls attention to his largo stock ot CHASE, GARLER, WnEELOCK, BHIGGS, BEUNINGand other Pianos. Tho Wonderful Self-Playing iEolIan Organ. 8TORY JS CLARK, CLOUGH & WARREN ORGANS. Sold on Installments, oxohanged, ronted, tuned, movod and stored. Violins, Banjos and Guitars. Strings a spe cialty. Sheet music nnd musical merchandise at the old stand, 025 Pa. avo. HOTELS AND JCJEBTA.UJtA.NXl). 'THE BERRET," 1105 II STREET NORTHWEST, WASHINGTON, D. C. Permanent and transient guests. fel,d,tf T UK KIJ11ITT. WASHINGTON, D, O Array and Navy Hoadiiuartero. Fonr Iron Flro Escapes. TERMS-18.00 and t.00 PorDay. rpHE NORIIA'NDIE. Corner ISth and I Btrccts northwest, Opposlto Mol'herson Sqnaro. II. M. CASE, Pronrltnr. WILLARD HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. O. O. G. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. House, Proprietor. s T. JAMES HOTEL, EUROPEAN TLAN, SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVB L. WOODIltlRY, Propnotor. USK CEKKH, MIHMKOLA, OIIiT UDOB or OOLUIIN UILX. LOTCTR And you will always hare beautiful llroad EolU and Blsoalta, Wholesale Depot, oor ner Ftmt ntreet and Indiana avenue. WM. M. OAL.T ft OO. J hlH W I mH n Bl BE Stii lfljS u? & u.aji.i fin.1, York Avenue N. W. CAEOLIIA OR $11,50 Per reached, as all old builders will know at once. ngeff&flQillet and Mi 5Tt (REQISTF.nED work, mmm e 4& u i nm& mmimMm A Full Stock of Native Wines and Bran dies always on hand. Wo call specinl attention to our Old Premium Tort. This Wine has taken tho premium at all Calif omia eshibits for years. Secure a quantity of it now. Also a small stock of BBANDY of 1881. For Standard Quality of our Wines we refer to our Customers. POHNDORFF&CO., 614 Fourteenth VAVL1S, CORKKIl 27I ASM IC STREETS. GRS GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. Gas Boilers, $1.15 and $1.50, MARE TEA OR COFFEE GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summer use, as the in stant the cooking is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SHLE BY THB WASHINGTON GASLIGHT GOMP'Y, 413 Tenth Street Northwest. $1.15 BOAEDS 1,000 Eeet, TRADE MARK.) Street N. W. foor.i&stf IH 10 OR 15 MINUTES. STOVES, ItAlVnOABUs y f ff ' TIio Great Ponnsrlvniiia Itontfj To the North, West and Southwest. Doulilo Track. Hpleuillil tfcenory. Steel Hulls. MnRiitncont Kqulpmont. In effect January 1, lsoo. Trains leavo Wnflilngton, from station, cor ncr of Sixth nnd llets., in follows; Ton riTT?nvjiio nnd tlio Vest, Chlcatto Lim ited Kxnicss of l'ullmnn Vcstlbulod Oars nt 10 CO a in dally; Fust l.lno, lO.SO am dally toColumlius and Ht. Louh, wltli Hlcoplnc Cars from rilMmra (o Columbus, nnd Hlcoiilnir Cars llnnlilmre to Itlohmond, Ind.; dally, except Haturday, to ChlcaKO, with SleepfiiR Car Alloona to CbloaRO. St. Iiuls, chlcnuo nnd Cincinnati Kxpross, 3.80 p m dally. Parlor Car Washington to Har rlsburp, and BloopltiR Can llarrlsbnrg to Ht. Louis, Chicago nnd Cincinnati, nnd Dining Car Him IslitirR to St. Louis, west ern Express, nt MO p m dallr.wlth Slooplng Cars WasblnKton to Chlcano and Ht. Louli, com oetliiR dally nt Ilnrrlsburg with throuRh Hlrcpcri for Loulsvlllo and Mom nlils. 1'nclflo Kxpro?. 10.00 p m dally, for I'lttsburR and tlio Went, with tbrotiRb Sleeper to I'lttsburp, and l'lttsbura to Chicago. BAIriMonK ANT) rOTOMAC ItAIUtOAD. Fon Kanb, CnnananiKua, Itocliester nnd NI BRarn Foils dally, oxcopt Sunday, 8,10 a tn. Fon KniB, CannwlalRua nnd ltoeliostor dally: for Ilutfnlo nnd Niagara dally, oxcopt Sun. dny, 10.00 p m, with sleoplng Car Washing ton toltochestcr. Ton WiLitAMsronr, Lock Ilnvon nnd Klmlra. at 10.60 a m dally, oxeopt Sunday. Fon WitUAMsroiiT, dally, 3.30 p m, FOIl riHLADELIMUA, NKW yoitK AND THE EAST, 7.20. 9.00, 11.00 and 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.20, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.20 pin. On Sunday, 0.00, 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.20, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p m. Lim ited Express of l'ullmnn Parlor Cnrs, 0.40 n m dally, except bunday, and 4.00 p m dally, with Dining Car. FOIl PHILADELPHIA ONLY. Fast Exmrsa 8.10 a m wcok days, and 8.10 p m dally. Aecom. 0.00 p m dally, Fon IIoston, without chango, 3.20 p m OTory day. Fon IJnooKLTN, N. Y all through trains oon uect at Jersoy City with boats ot Ilrooklyn Annox, afforrtlng dlroot transfer to Fulton street, avoiding doublo ferrlagos across Now York city. FonATLANito Cut, 11.40 a m wook days, 11.20pm dally. Fon IlALTlMonn, 0.35,7.20, 8.10, 0.00, 0.40, 10.50, 11.00. nnd 11.40 a m. 18.05, 2,10, 3.20, 3.80,4.00, 4.10, 4.20, 4.40. 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00, and 11.20 rtm. On Sunday, 0.00, 0.O", 10.50, 11.40 a m, 2.10, 3.20, 8.30, 4.00, 4.10, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p m. Ton Por-E's Cheek Line, 7.20 a m and 4,40 p m dally, oxcopt Sundav. Fon ANNArous, 7.20. 0 00 a m. 12.05 and 4.20 p m dally, oxcopt Sunday. Sundays, 8.05 a m, 4.10 pm. ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAILWAY AND ALEXANIWIA AND WASHINGTON AILWAY. In nrrrcT Feiiruaiit 23d, 1800. Fon ALEXAsnniA 4.30, 0.35, 7.45, 8.40, 0.45, 10.57 n m, 12.01 noon, 2 05, 4.25,4.55,0.01, 8.f2, 10.05 and 11.37 pm. On Sunday nt 4.30, 7.45, 0.45, 10.07 a m, 2.30, 0.01, 8.02 nnd 10.03 pro. Accommodation ron (Jijantico 7.45 a m and 4.55 p m week-days. 7.55 a m Sundays. Ftn Richmond nnd tho South 4.30. 10.57 am and 4.15 p m dally. Accommodation 4.53 p m woek-days. Trains leavo Alexandria for Washlnaton 0.C5, 7.05, 8 00, 9.10, 10 15, 11.07 n m, 1.20, 3.00, 8.15,5.10,7.05.0.20, 10.32 nnd 11.05 p m. On Sunday at 0.10 and 11.07 a m, 2.00, 3.15, 5.10, StfP. 0.20 and 10 32 p in. Tickets and Information at tho office. northeast corner of Thlrteonth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tho station, whero orders can bo left for tho ohecklng or baggage to destination from hotels and resi dences, J. R. WOOD, .. General Passenger Agont. CIIARLES E. PUOH. Gonoral Managor. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Schcdnlo In effeot Deo. 29, 1809. Leave Washington from Station corner 3 New Jersoy avenuo and C stroot. Fon Ciucaoo and Northwest, Vostlbnloif Limited express dally- 110 a m, express 9:3 pm. Fon Cincinnati, St. Lonls and Indianapo lis, oxpross dully, 3:10 and 11:30 p m. Fon IlTTsncno nnd Clovoland, Vcstlbulod Limited oxprc'S dally 11:10 a m and oxpross 8:10 pm. Fon Lexington nnd Locnl Stations, tl0:30 am. Fon WiNCirasTEn and Way Stations, t5.30 p.m. Fon Lciiat, 8:40 p m. Fon IUltimoue, week days, 4.00, 5.00, C.40, 7.20, 8.30,9 20, 9 45 -(11.00. 12.00, 45 minutes), n m, 12.10, 2 00,2.30 (45 minutes), 3.15(45-min-utcs). 3.25, 4.25, 4 30, 4.35, 5 30, 0.20, 7.10, 7.45, 9.C0, 10.S0 and 11, 3d p m. Sundays, 4 00, 7.20, 8.S0, 9 20, 9.45 n in. 12.00 (15 minutes). 1.15. 2.00, 2.30 (45-mlnutes), 184.108.40.206,4.35, 0.S0.7.1o! 7.45, 9 00, 10.30 and 11.S0 p m. Fon Wat Stations between Washington nnd Jlaltltnoro, 5 CO, 0.40, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 3.25, 4.35, 0.W), 11. K0 p m. Sundays, 8.S0 n m, 1.15. 3 25,4 35,0.20,1130 pm. Trains leavo Ilaltlmoro for Washington, week days, 5.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.20, 7.45, 8.00, 8.30, 9.15 and 10.15 am: 12.(0, 12.15, 1.60,8.10,3.00. 4.10,4.15. 5,00, 0,00, 0.20, 7.10, 7.30, 8.80,8.35, 10.20, 10.25 and 11 p. m. Sundays C.S0, 7.45, 8.30. 9.15, 10.15 n mi 12 00, 12.60, 1.50, 2.10, 4.15, fi.00, 0 0, 7.10, 7.30, 8.S0, 8.35, 10.20, 10.25 and 11 CXI p m. Fon Annatolis, 0.40 a m, 12,10, 4.25 p m. On Sundays, 8.S0 a m, 4.35 p m. Leavo An napolis 0.40, a m. 12.05, 3.50 p m. Sundays. 8.37 am,4.00pm. Fon Stations on tho Metropolitan Branoh, t0.45, S10.30 n m, 51.10 pm for piinolpal sta tions only; tlO.30 a m, t4.30 and t5.80 p ra. Fon I.'ocKviLLE and way stations, tl.S5 p m. Fon a AiniERSBDiia and Intermedlato points, 9.C0 a m. tl 00, 'S.SS, tll.85 p m. Fon Dotd's and Intermedlato stations. t7.00 pm. $10.00 Din. Cuuncn train leaves Washington on Sun day at 1.10 p m, stopping at all stations oa Slotropolltun liranen. For FnEDEnicK, t0.45, tll.20 a m, t3.10, U.O p m. Sundays, 1.10 p m. For Haoekstown, tll.20 a. m. and t5.30 p. m. liuiNfl arrive from Chicago dally 11.45 a m nnd 4.H5 p m; from Cincinnati and St. Lonla dally 3.45 n m und 1.50 p m: from Pittsburg 7.10 n m. 0.50 p m dally. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DI VISION. Fon New Yoiik. Trenton, Nowark and Elizabeth. N. J., 4.00, 13.00, 9.20, 18.00 a m, 8.30, 4.20 nnd '10.30 p m. lluffot Parlor Cars ou all day trains. Sleeping Car on tha 10.80 p m, open at 9.00 p m. Fon rmuuEu-iiu, Nowark, Wilmington nnd Chester, 1.00, t8,00, 9 20, 12.00 a m. 2.S0, 1.S0. 7.10 and 10.80 pm. run iMEiiMEDUTE toints botwoen Balti more and Philadelphia, t5.00 and 57.20 a m, 12.00, t3.15 p m. Trains leave New York for Washington, 8.CO,tll.00n m, 2.00, 3.20, 5.00 n m and 12.16 night, Tiiains ibavb Philadelphia for Washington, 1.40, .lS, 11.10 u in.tl.S5, 4.W, i).05. 7.40 p in. Fni: Atlantic Citt,44.00 a m and 12.00 m. Sundays, 4.00 a in and 12.00 noon. tExcept Sunday. Dally. Sunday only. Ilaggago called for nnd cheeked from ho tels and residences by Union Tiansfor Co. on orders left at ticket oDlces, 019 and 1351 l'a. avo. nnd at Depot. J. T. ODELL, CHAS. O. SCULL, ucn. juannger. uon. rass. Ag't. Chesapaarce and Ohio Rtihvnv. nniiTr ouutmmi in encuk nuu IC March 2, 1830. Trnlus leave Union Depot, Sixth und R stieets. 10:5V a m lor Newport Newa, Old Point Comfort nnd Norfolk dally. Pullman HufTet l'nrlnr Cars to Old Point Comfort dally oxcopt Sundays. Autivoln Old Point at 0:10 p m, und Notfollc at ciopm. 11:21 a ni Cincinnati Expros-j, dally, for Btntlnns In Virginia, WestVlrglnla, Keatuoky nnd Cincinnati, Vostlhulo sleepers througn without chango to Cincinnati, anlvlng at7:J5 a m. 1125 pmy. r.V Vesllhulo Limited, dally, solid trains with dining cars run througn without chango to Cincinnati. Veitibula Sleeper for Lexington nnd Loul.svlllo. Pull man curs aro opcu to lecelvo passongers at 9.10 p. m. Owto, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo. ll. w. FULLi:it. oen. raas. 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