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RAILROADS, 1 .....mrnic QHORT .AITJORE j$iE CAMDEKSTA. l) I Vt ',,; nday sutions. wee "-. vSuA M;''', Yeave Annapolis, A A1 c r a m .12 m. 3-5 p-M-Sun- r 45 S so A- M- " Coombs, s V M ad 430 P- lcenVrai Manager. -- C - MORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. ,juic effect May 16, 1S97. "uasbinsto.. "' s.laciosnt'rcCetrner ' Nv Jtrsej avwiueand C street. and Northwest Vcstibuled Limi "S "145 a.m., S.05 p.m. . ,. - " ' "tti St Lou' and Indianapolis, ' muti, si. sfibu,ed Ujmited 3.40 a VB an'd Seidand. express daily " m C Toledo and Detroit. 11:30 p. m. U 1STCranday stations 3.40 or'eat.s, Memphis, Birmingham, Nt knoxulle. Bristol and Roanoke, '" sleepniB cars through. j j 11 m dail. : ,,;Te ueekda-s,S..6-30.x7.05.x7.io. S x9-3. xio.oo, x2'. a- m-i X12.40, X3.00. 3-w. 4-3. 4-35- v Vx3 x6,20,6.3o. xS.oo. 3.15. X920, t, m and X12.01 night. Sundays, ' ' r.. .i.mn m. X12-OS. "X12.10. r ,.. 4 35. 5-5. 5; 6-3. xS: k hi 50 p m. XI2.01 night. ' -auo.is 10 and 8.30a.m., 12.10 and 4. o t ' s .,da s. 8.30 a. m.. 4-35 P- m- T. wjenck week days, S.00 a. m., n.45 f . , CT bundaj s, 9:00. a. m.. 1.15 P- m. '. , Hicerstown t10.ooa.rn.andt5.30r. . t KmJ ay points, week days. S.00 a. f , B-d a"J Sundays, 9:.- " ' s ". aP.h-sburgandway points, weekdays. hc? ? 5o. 3.oo. 4J0. 4-33. 5.30 7.0S. 11 . m Sundays. 9- a. m.. 1.15. 4-33. "C :oiCOunKton Junction and wy points. SK1 n ;Ts30P m. week days. 9-ooa.m. '..'0, rP LINE FOR NEW YORK AND M AL BLl ILADELPHIA. K trains illuminated with Pintsch light. rl ) mhii New York, Boston and the K, Ph da:5e,8.ooI 10.00 a.m. 12:00 U" " U nmg CafsOs 00. (5:05 Dinning Car. Ac" in iic Car open at 10:00 oclock.) ' h-1 .'tooa ,1240 all Dinning. Cars.) fc' mC Car.t 12:01 night, sleeping car s T" Additional trains for Philadel ''.wlavs.dailj.Soop.m.. B! -Parlor Cars on alUay train, rW:tpnr,Ceek'darit.4op.m. Sundays. - 1 Ia 12 noon. . , :E-xV;fsundV InlSSul,day only- UedanacSed from hotels. fi'ces M r.io Transfer Co: on orders - s ?. ". nfficei. 619 Pennsylvania avenue. "-5tNeuo.k avenue and Fifteenth s m .', MrRFFN-E D. B . MARTIN. 'M M UKrr..c Piss Traffic C.etil Manager Mgr. rass. irauic. SALOONS- NORTHWEST. WM J- DONOVAN, J1 Proprietor of Fine DU Wises and Whiskies Columbia Club, My Own Brand of Pure Old Rye. J-2S Seventh Street, Northwest, 3 tl ni 1 1 11 1 ii ' - HI n . HI H hbi iui. I& im. H V Hi I Hh HI H in vwiMim if w hi l f f mum 1 1 Philadelphia House. Peter B. Meredith. Proprietor. The choices wines, liquora, lager beer, ciears, etc., always on hand All. the delicacies of the season served at short notice. Billiard, pool, and bath rooms attached. SALOON 348 Pennsylvania Avenue Norttnwet W asliirig-toxi, X. C SAMUEL G. STEWART SALOON 1141 7th St.,bet L & M Sts., NW glitS WbisHel"ASPECIAL',Y and all the Popular Brands The largest glass of H'enricli's BEEP IN THE CITY. NORTHWEST. James R. Moore. John Prioleau. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HOT FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY. 1216 PENNA. AVE., N.W., Washington, D. C. MOORE & PRIOLEA U. 0 fe Chesapeake 1 V AND OHIO -HROr&H THE GRANDEST SCENERY IN 'MrRU V ALL TRAINS VESTIBULED, EiHTBU LIGHTED, STEAM HEATED. ML IFALS SERVED IN DINING CARS. S,TMN SIXTH AND B streets. S hedule in effect Dec. 20, 1S96, .-; r. c:: , p M DAILY Cincinnati and St. Louis id train lor Lincmnaii. 1 ""'"" . .....i; 1 ovinrrtnii Louisville. " --.i' and St. Louis without change. fr",'-rs Cincinnati to Chicago. p M DAILY F. F. V. Limited Solid , ( '-lci'inati. Pullman sleepers to cin Lexiugton and Louisville, without c - Pullman Sleeper iu (," "- r"-5 w.thout change, Tuesdays and Sat-l-" bleepers Cincinnati to Chicago nd "- M EXCEPT SUNDAY Via Rich - - j 'v Old Point and Norfolk. Only raillme. Vj P M DAILY-For Gordonsville, Char .a e. Staunton and for Richmond, daily. 'toaioM and tickets at Chesapeake and 0 .cfues st3 and 1421 Pennsylvania Avenue, F si n .. and at the station. H.W. FULLER, General Passenger Agent. COl THERN T AILWAY, Schedule in effect May 1S97. A t-a:tis arrive and leave at Pennsylvania t.s'Cfi station. .,, , , aam DaiU -Local for Danville. Charlotte, a j tt.iv stations. Connects at Manassas for bt-;svurR Harrisonburg, and Staunton, daily, ci rrtSunda. and at Lynchburg with the Nor . i. .rid Western, daily, and with the Chesa ::ke and Ohio daily for the Natural Bridge "J Va' m -da.ly.-THE UNITED STATES FAST MAIL Carries Pullman Buffet Sleepers. Nei ork and Washington to Jacksonville, l- tng at Salisbury with Pullman Sleepers for AO-i. 'e and Hot Springs, N. C, Knox-ille, CstBooga, and Nashville, Tenn., and at Car'ottt with Pullman Sleeper for Augusta; P. r.an Buffet Sleeper New York to New Or .:as connecting at Atlanta for Birmingham a-J Metrphis isolid train Washington to New Crcans without change. Sunset Personally c-iuUcJ Tourist Excursion, Through Sleeper o i1- s tra-.n ever Saturday to San Francisco, v, th-ut change. , . - 111 -Local for Front Royal. Strasburg "J liarrisonburg, daily, with connection for S:c-i except Sundays. 4 'i iv m Dailv. Local for Charlottesville. i , m -Dailv, WASHINGTON AND SOI TIUVKSTERN' VESTIBULE LIMITED, c , ot J ol Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers, Dm- ,Us and Day Coaches, Pullman Sleepers V. Vrktu Nashville, Tenn., via Asheville, K-;x 1 and Chattanooga. New York to -i- 1 tsa charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and - k 1 New York to Memphis via Birm- . - Vw ork to New Orleans, via Atlau 1 M-ntgomerv. Vestibled Day Coach U.s .-ston to Atlanta. Southern Railwa - s v 1 Oreenboro to Montgomer-. TR1sdN WASHINGTON ANuOHIO DI 1MN ia Washington 9:01 a. m. dailj, p.m. . I 'u Uailj except Sunday, and 6:25 p. m. v - 1. lor Round Hill. 4:32 P- ni. daily is ,i1t irtr 1.ihiirfr mid 6:2c i. m. dailv ii Kciurning, arrive ai nusuiuiuu . 1 s 4 j p. m. aauy, ana 5:00 p. m. uany s ' tram Round Hill. 7:06 a.m. daily s irom Herndron. S:34 a. in, daily s trem Leesburg. 1 ains from the South arrive at ,i - 4 a in., 2:20 p. m. and 9:25 p. m. Hj 1 - ml'urg, 12-10 p.m. and 9:25 p. m. 1 suuda , and Syo a. in. daily from s 1 t;!tig Car reservation, and infor - v', a at office, 511 and 1300 Pennsyl itiJ at Pennsylvania Railroad pas i n H i.RLFX, General Supt. M . 1 P Traffic Manager. "v lutk Gen. Pass. Agent. iKUWN.Gen Agent Pass. Dept 626 D St., Northwest. The Finest in the City ! 9A. L S'A 1VT E R W H ITJfi o FlfeSTCLASS fP00LAND MILLIARD EOOiL Fine, brand- of Ciears. Tobacco, Whiskies, Wine and Beer. ' 'First-class lunches served 419 Twelfth Street itf W. HENRY WW Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Fine" -grilles and Ijiqiior. 1518 Seventh Street, I, W,. Washiaglon D C. Karl Xander, IMPORTER, Rectifier and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in it D0l,7T BO PT. 1 "" bu or sell your Railroad 1 icket until vou have seen us. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 439 K STREET, N. W. Agent for Southern Bouquet Whiskey. fed! Saffiiffa DEALER IN 11! S Cut Rate Ticket Office, 471 PEXXA. AVE., N. W. Will Save You Big Money. ( licrjexel JTLcJlirjGii) DEALER IN AND - "0 Seventh Street, N. W., Washixgtox, D. G. Wines and Liquor& 1315 Seventh Street, N. "W. Between N and 0 Streets JAfflES THARP, Importer and De&ler in Foreign and Domestic WB j E Al LIQUORS 812 F STREET, N. W. "BERKLEY" Pure Rye Whiskey. C2T Ladies will receive special attention in the Dining Room upstairs. Chr. Xander, 1 PRODUCER OF 5 VIRGINIA WINES Importer of and Wholesale dealer in the Finest fines 4 Distillates At First Hand Prices. Warehouse: 630 fllass. Ave. Wholesale Store : 909 7th St., Northwest. I DRINK AT & o. ppig, ppg, fy3 FIy Rep fill GiipRy in flmePiGa FINE ART STUDIO lit here all kinds of pictures are made. Pictures enlarged J from tintypes, photographs, etc., to any size desired in crayon, pastel oil or water colors. All the work is done by Negro artists who hold first-class Art Diplomas. We make fine pictures and cheap pictures also. NOTE, Some special Prices. Size, iixij, Price $1.50 Size 14x17, Price $3.00 Size 16x20, Price $5.00 Size 18x22, Price $6.00 Size 20x24, Price $8.00 Size 22x27, Price $10.00 Pastel Portraits Size 14x17, Price $2.00 Size 16x20, Price $4.00 Size 18x22, Price $5.00 Size 20x24, Price $10.00. ISimi .9, I DON'T, BUT WILL HERE AFTER. No. 3288 M Street, Northwest, GE0KGErJ0 D C. MEEHAN, N. W. Cor. 7th and H sts., S. W. One of the best places in S'h Washing'n Wines, Liquors, and Cigars a LOf the finest brands,; FRESH BEER DAILY. XXXX Mountain Pimlico Club. P. MEEHAN, Prop. -Edward M urphy Wiass aid Liquors. FINE ART SCOHOL. We teach the art of drawing and painting daily. We teach you how to draw freehand, and how to enlarge all kinds of pictures. We teach painting in oil, pastel and water colors, also how o make pictures in crayon, pen and pencil drawings, photo engraving and how to djaw from life. This is the only professional art school in America where Negroes can go and learn the professional art of drawing and painting FMI MEW W MWS fflpVfiQBP&to Conti Crayon Sauce, in foil, 8c. Conti Crayon Points, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 per doz., 18c. Conti Crayon Pencils, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, each, 5c. Crayon Erasers, No. 1, each, 5c. Grey Paper Stamps, from 1 to 8, each, 10c. and 5c. Chamois Stamps, from 1 to 8, each 10c. and 20c. Chamois Skin, one piece, 10c. Tortillion, per doz., 10c. One small box of Pastels (30 cols.), 60c. Two sticks of Pastel of any color, oc. German Drawing Paper, 14x17, per qr., 30c. Whatman Medium Paper, 18x22, pr ?ieet, 10c. . Steinbach Crayon Paper, per yard, 60c. We carry a full stock of Artist's supplies, and you can send to us for wnatever you need. ARTISTS' INSTRUMENTS. Regular size for sunlight only, $6.00 No. 1 Camera, for sunlight only, 89.00. No. 2 Camera, for sun and lamp light, etc., 812.00. ,;..'. No. 3 " " ie " and bromides, $25.00. I,. ) ' ART LITERATURE. 1 dozen Formulas, 10c. J?l dozen Rule Cards, 10c. 1 dozen Chai 1 dozen Diplomas, 25c. 1 dozen Art Dictionaries, 50c. PICTURES OUTLINED. ... , 'Outlined on German paper, 14x17, each, 20c. Outlined on Whatman paper, 16x20, each, 25& Outlined on Steinbach paper, any size, 30c. ; We fiiriii'i the -f-er also at the above prices. A SMALL OUTFIT. 1 foil of Sauce, 2 Conti Crayon Pencils, No. 1 6 " Points, No. 2, 3 Grey Paper Stamps, Nos. 3, 58, 1 piece of Chamois Skin, 1 pointed Eraser 1 box of Pastel 2 sheets of German paper, Nav. 21 (3 mos) 831 14th Street Northwest. SOUTHWEST. Robt. H. Key, ?INE Wines and Liquors, CIGARS, &c, Ladies Dining room. Meals at All Hours. W3 1st Street Southwest. 8c. 10c. 10c. 15c. 10c. 5c. 60c. 20c. $1.38. You can send your orderirectly to our studio and it will be promptly attended to.-W. C. O. Jacques For further particulars call at the studio. We also teach by mail any one ' desiring to learn the art. Address bia W Art To., Washin; iSawGcrd Klvr)rj; dealer in fine Trat> AND 7 aware Avenue, S. W. Harmony Lodge, No. 21, K. of P. J. MURPHY. OH 417 Third Street, Southwest. Wines, L iqucrs ar,a Cigars. Cool and Fresh'Beer Paily. It is pist the PLAGE to visit. SOUTHEAST. Wm. K. "RRCOKER, proprietor of the RIMMN MI8E. WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. Mealf tt all Hours, and Game In Season. 1229 D Street, southeast, WasUnEton. D. C mi 1 mm i m Maryland Rye Whiskies, 302 Exchange Place, Oiir Specialties: FBARY'S OWL WHISHEY, BAKER'S PURE RYE WHISKEY, HOSS AND HOSS AND PATAPSCO CLUB WHISKEY. Importers of BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, ALE, AND STOUT, ETC. P. 0. BOX 445. 3jLiTxnoisE, .m::d- TELEPHONE CALL 1576. Not. 3tf 3 WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS BALTIMORE. WHXTI. BAI.X & CO Baltimore, Md. THEIR WHISKEY IS THE BEST, HOTELS BALTIMORE. ALEXANDRIA. Mrs. D. C. Jones at 220 B street and 235 Penn. avenue, n, w., is a place ..fiL,.o ,,011 ran he well cared for. Mrs. jones is a whole soul business woman. E. E. Downham & Co, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, No. T07 King Street, Alexandria, Va ff- OLD DOMINION FAMILY RYE AND MOUNT VERNON WHISKIES A SPECIALTY. - Nov. 30th 3 mo, SjLRjif O&jl S0TEL, A. H. Cole, Proprietor. Special Rates To Theatrical Troupe New Management. Bar Stocked With The Finest Im ported Wine3, Liquors and Cigars. Terms : S1.50 to $2.00 per day. $7 to $12 per wee' Howard and Saratoga Streets, BALTIMORE, MD., Cars to and from all Depots pass the Hot. RESTAUR ANTS-NORTHS EST. MMMMBS Elurul j Cor 19th & L sts, NORTHWEST. Harper WhisKey a Specialty t H m) i n E t m su f tr , ii t ; 4r - tt f'A. J. "- f-M i i. i if 1 I If aJ i- M m t