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:"i . RAILROADS, TTtiMORE AND ANNAPOLIS SHORT pAl-1 IMU7 i v RAILROAD. TFA1NS LEAVECAMDEN STATION. r Annapolis and way stations, week days, l m., 1.10,5-40 p.m. L Annapolis, week-days. 6.45 8.55, a. m. ' ' i A?SdJi5m. 50 and 7-45 P- m. )?Zli v'Rk". week-days 7.00 p. m. iSonSfS. M. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Schedule in effect Nov. 14, 1S97. , , Washington from station, corner o! " New Jersey avenue and C street. rhicaco and Northwest Vestibuled Limi ,.. . ,.s 1 lot. n.25 a- ' s-5 P. " .. . i iiuinnati, St. Louis and .ndianapons, 11.25 a. m., Vestibuled limited 3.40 . ..T.H.L. Il t). 111. EM 't ' I'lttiiiurK ad Cleveland, express daily a m. audi :50p.m. "-, , 1 o umbus. Toledo and Detroit. 11:55 I. m. im hester and wav stations tS.oo . . m. 3-40 P.m. ' , Ncw Orleans. Memphis, Birmingham, r , "u .ua Knoxville. Bristol and Roanoke, C--1 n dMlv ; sleeping cars through. V LTa 3-40 p. m. daily. e,t Ba tiniore. week days, 5.00,6.30, X7.os,x7.:oi - x- 00, xS.30, X9.30, xio.oo, a. m., x', , M2.I0. 12.15, xi.15, X3.00, 3.20, X4.30, X ' -s 5-". 5-30, X6.20 6:30 xS:oo 8:15. '', j SXH.50P m., and X12.01 night. Sun- dS'i ' X7.10, X7.30, 0-30, X9.00 a. in., 3i.i2.io, " , x-?:oo, 3:204:35. X5.05, X5.10, 0 x ;J ;;,xl 1.50 p.m. xt2.oi night. XVor An'iapolis.io and 8.30 a. in., 4.30 .10, 0.30, xs:oo and 5:30 fOT p. IB Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 4-35 P- m. i :1. .nonl. rlitc R.(V TT'nc. TT!2C -, i 4:3! 5:30 P- m- Sundays, 9:00, a. m. I:U : u,m.!nwn n.o;a. m. and 5.30 p. m. cHrB-rtd and way points, week days, S.00 a B. " S.3. 7 05 p. m. sunaays. 9:00. a., in. K : of V- '" pjuithei'sburgand way points, weekdays, p rr Sundays, 9.00 a. m., 1.15, 4-33. .03, "Fr'AVishiiiBton Junction and way points, E wi n '. 4.30, 5-30 P. m. week days. 9.00 a. m. j ; ; 111. UlldaVS. nnvALBLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND R0ALDuu pHILADELpHlA. A" trains illuminated with Pintsch light. Vo, Philadelphia. New York, Boston and the EL week days 7:05 6.00, 10.00a. m. 12:05, . , ' Dining Cars.) 3:00. (5:05 Dinning Car. " nht Sleeping Car open at 10:00 oclock.) t". -j.'s -o 900 a- m-( 1:,5 a11 Dinning Cars.) I,,,' ,.,.'iiiningCHr.) 12:01 night, sleeping car ' 1 odoik. Additional trains for rhiladel ?". wkdavb.daily.S:oop.in.. Pl1i-i 'irioi Cars on all day trams S. Atlantic City. 10.00 a. in.. 12.05 noon ., a, ,, m. week days. 9-00 a.m. Sundays. fui CiiMa. 2:o5 "' x Express trams. . 1 1 .nl.n1 Vrf-k PtrtflC I ."ri-sMlen.es bv L'nioii Transfer ( lena- ti. ket fli'ces, 619 Pennsylv; Tthttes. Xi-w York avenue a iJ.."b 1 i...:.. nv,..cfur fr. rn nrflnr; ania avenue, and Fifteenth $trc ' a'"1 x ucjioi. VM M GKKliNE. i,i-i,:. Manager. D.B.MARTIN, Mgr. Pass.Traftic. Chesapeake AND OHIO RAILWAY. THRrGH THE GRANDEST SCENERY IN AMERICA. ALL TRAINS VESTIBULED, ELKCTKIC LIGHTED. STEAM HEATED. ALL MEALS SERVED IN DINING CARS. STATION SIXTH AI5 B STREETS. Schedule in ertect Uctober 16, 1S97. 2.: 1 m. daily Cincinnati and St. Louis Spenai Solid train lor Cincinnati. Pullman s'eeners to Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolis and St. Louis without change. Paiortars Cincinnati to Chicago. Connects at Cj 1 11. V.i ir ViiKinia Hot Springs. mi ' P. M DAILY F. F. V. Limited Solid trail 1 -r Cincinnati. Pullman sleepers to Ctn cnn.ati. Lexington and Louisville without cha.gr. iitistivation Car. Uullman Compart-c-'.: l'.'r ' Virginia Hot Springs, without 1.4. 1 ut-.days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Iu iimifctioii for the Springs. Sleepers C.-Kiniiaii to Chicago ?nd St. Louis. : , s "' Except Sunday Parlor Car Wash r,j ; t" Richmond and Richmond to Old Point. On. ia it'ie, via Penn., R. F. & P. and C. &. O Ka' u.ivs. 220 P. M. DAILY For Gordonsville, Char Iottfsv;'.:e. Staunton and for Richmond, daily, except Suudav. Reservation's and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio offices, 513 and 1421 Pennsylvania Avenue, H. W. FULLER, General Passenger Agent. THE NEW WEBSTER JUST PUBLISHED ENTIRELY NEW. BSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIOMKT , A GRAND INVESTMENT W the Family, tho School, or the Library. Revision lias been in procre89 for over 10 Years. More than 100 editorial laborers employed. SjWtyvx) expended before fir.t copy was printed Critical examination invited. Get tho Best. 5 .ll'vall Booksellers. Illustrated pamphletfree. G. & C. BDZRRIAM & CO., Publishers, Springfield, Mass., U. S. A. C&utlonl Thcro have- rocentlybeen issued sttral cheap reprints of tho 1847 edition of wtbster'sUnabridgedDictionary.aneditionlong s:nco sujicmnnuated. These books are given . us iiaineg, Webster's Unbridged,', "The Webster's Dictionary," ""Webster's Big 1. nary," " Webster's Encyclopedic Dictiona-r- ",ctc. Many announcements concerning them are ' "v i isleadinR, as tho body of each, from A to - is 41 years old, and printed from cheap plates KUe Ly photographing the old pages. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. .W-no sending a sketch and description may v isrcrtaln onr opinion free whether an ' ' is iirobnblv pateittable. Communica- ---'-.ctlvoontlderitinl. Handbook on Patents oi.lest necnev for pccunnp patents. 1 taken through Munn & Co. receive ' 'ice, reit'iout charge, in tne cientiflc Jfttierlcati. '1 -'oniply illustrated weekly. Largest cir 1 ti" Hnvs'ientitlc journal. TennB. ?J a x : iirnumtlis. ?i. Sold bv nil newsdealers. MUNN 4 Co."""'- New York t ifli.-o. ia'. r ., Washington, D. C. nn )0N'f 0 If, 1 01 1 uv or sell vour Railroad Hcket until you have seen 1 1 WRIGHT'S Cot Rate Ticket Office 4-l PENNA. AYE., N. W. Will Save You Big Money. ttlUUlti. P IF. -A.. IDlClSZSOIl With ROYAL Neckwear, Hi Hats, Caps, P Gloves, Ul Umbrellas, Shirts, Underwear Hosiery Etc. Men and CLOTHING, Bovs, 'FiNE Bicycle Suits Ready Made and to Order 914: 3? St., 21. "W. CHESTER MARKET. Go to Chester Marker fora nice turkey or a pair of nice chickens, home dressed, for your Thanks giving dinner. You will also find a full line of Groceries, Meats and Provisions of the fin est quality, constantly on hand. The only Chester Market in the City Main Store 21, and. L streets n. w. Branch Store 23rd and L. j&.. O. Xjeese, Pro. i:. d mm '5 DFirst-class IJCcig,lXlg,, 314 Maine Ave. S. W. WASHINGTON, D. 0. (II1 9) Shtfing Sallerv AND ROOM 225 Pa. ave. & 212 B st., 11. w. Rmg, 26, 06, GentiS l?m. H, Lee, 3Pro0 SAMUEL G. STEWART SALOON 1141 7th St.,bet L & M Sts., NW Qlife WJISei; A SPECIALTY and all the Popular Brands The largest glass of Henricli's BEER IN THE CITY. leRH Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Fine TTsTiiies and HjIq.iaor. ISIS Seventh Street, N. W iigtoU E. Karl Xander, IMPORTER, Rectifier and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in FINE! IWINESi A2fD 1LIQU0RS 439 K STREET, N. W. Agent for Southern Bouquet Whisker. JAMES THARP, Importer and Dealer in Foreign Mid. Domestic S 812 F STREET, N. W. " BERKLEY " Pure Rye Whiskey, fiirnfcr&ra h ffJ At M a DEALER IN ines and Liquors, 1315 Seventh Street, N. W, Between N and O Streets pfiaatog JB H WIN AND IJPRS, ffcWlfri T NORTHWEST James R. Iicir. John Prioleau. . Sfclir' fSD: JUJ JD. JJj AINU ,v,rv Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HOT FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY. 1216 PENNA. AVE,, N.W., Washington, D. C. I MOORE & PRIOLEAU. "S Ladies will receive special attention in the Dining Room upstairs. Philadelphia House. Peter B. Meredith. Proprietor. The choices wines, liquors, lager beer, cigars, etc., always on hand- All tne delicacies of the season served at snort notice. Billiard, pool, and bath roomi attached. SALOON 848 Pennsylvania Avenue Nortfeimt W agfaing-ton, X. C Chr. Xander, PRODUCER OF VIRGINIA WISES, Importer of and Wholesale dealer in the t Wines & Distillate At First Hand Prices. Warehouse : 630 Mass. Ave. Wholesale Store: 909 7thSt., Northwest. I DRINK AT 'Y. I, Ms 3, I DON'T, BUI WILL HERE AFTER. No. 328S M Street, Northwest, GEORGE C D C. MEEHAN, N. W. Cor. 7th and H sts., S. W.J One of tie best places in STi Washing'n Wines, Liquors, and Cigars Of the finest brands,' 7 FRESH BEER DAILY. "XXXX Mountain Pimlico Club. P. MEEHAN, Prop. Edward M urphy Wines m Liquors. 831 14th Street Northwest. Nav. 21 (3 mos). SOUTHWEST. Robt. H; Key, FINE W'ines and Liquors, CIGARS, &C, Ladies Dining room. Meals at All Hours. 413 1st Street, Southwest Wm. H. BROOKER, PROPRIETOR OP THB RIHMN HUSE. WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS. Mels at all Hours, aad Gasse in Season. 1209 D Street, southeast, WashlBttoa. D. C nd"uen?el Klvr)!), DEALER IN FINE jSTjjtie AND 1 u 13) M 735 Delaware Avenge, S. W. Harmony Lodge, No. 21, K. of P. J. MURPHY, 417 Third'Street, Southwest. , Liprs and lip. Cool- and FreshReer Dail-y. It is just the PLACi to visit S-k-t 4 V 37 nil! J I '1T uuuuvca IK 1 hi TI. A I I 1 II 1 1 a . - iiiK 1.1 iiiMiiiir1 iVHir fii HriiiiiiiiiPin w .te lY egF Bb GsipaHY m PmeFiga. FINE ART STUDIO here all kinds of pictures are made. Pictures enlarged W VJt,, jfuutugnxjiuo, ciu., iu auj Biz,e uesirea m crayon, pastel oil or water colors. All tbe work is done by Negro artists who hold first-class Art Diplomas.-We make fine pictures and cheap pictures also. NOTE, Size, Iixi4, Price gi.50 Size 18x22, Price $6.00 Pastel Portraits Size 14x17, Price 2.00 Size 16x20, Price $4.00 Size 18x22, Price $5.00 Size 20x24, Price $10.00. 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 engravino- and how to djaw from life. This is the only professional art school in America where Negroes can 00 ana learn the professional art of drawing and painting & WWiMW Mil mm piw pwmapia Conti Crayon Sauce, in foil, 8c. Conti Crayon Points, Nos. 1,2 and 3per doz.f 18o. Conti Crayon Pencils, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, each, oc. 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., lCc. One small box of Pastels (30 cols.), 60c. Two sticks of Pastel of any color, 5c German Drawing Paper, 14x17, per qi, 30c. Whatmau Medium Paper, 18x22, pr ?heet, 10c. Stein bach 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, 9,00., No. 2 Camera, for sun and lamp light, etc., $12.00. No. 3 " t( lc " and bromides, $25,00. ART LITERATURE. 1 dozen Formulas, 10c. "1 dozen Rule Cards, 10c. 1 dozen t 1 dozen Diplomas, 25c. 1 dozen Art Dictionaries, 50c. PICTURES OUTLINED. Outlined on German paper, 14x17, each, 20c. Outlined on Whatman paper, 16x20, each, 25c. Outlined on Steiubach paper, any size, 30c. V; Eic.ih'i he n-er also at the above prices. A SMALL OUTFIT. 1 foil of Sauce, 8c. 2 Conti Crayon Pencils, No. 1. 10c. 6 " " Points, No. 2, 10c. 3 Grey Paper Stamps, Nos. 3, 5, 8, 15c. 1 piece of Chamois Skin, 10c. 1 pointed Eraser 5c. 1 box of Pastel 60c. 1 3 sheets of German per, 20c. $1.38. You can send your orderjdirectly to our studio and it will be promptly attended to. W. CO. Jacques For further particulars call at the studio. We also teach by mail any one desi to learn the art. Address : i mm 1 Mi, Maryland r Rye Whiskies, 302 Exchange Place, Ovlt Specialities: FRAHY'S OWL WHISHBY, BAKER'S PURE RYE WHISKEYHOSS AND HOSS AND PATAPSOO CLUB WHISKEY. Xzaaporters of BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, ' ALE, AND STOUT, ETC. p. 0. BOX 445. TELEPHONE CALL 1576. Nov. 30th 3 Mrs. D. C. Jones at 220 B street and 235 Penn. avenue, n, w., is a place where you can be well cared for. Mrs. Jones is a whole soul business woman. JJLO'4JiliS3j Ji Some special Size 14x17, Price 3.00 Size 20x24, Price gS.oo olumbia Hegro Art 173310, St. Washington, D. C. JQUOR DEALERS BALTIMORE. Baltimore, Md, HE BEST ALEXANDRIA. E. E. Downham & Co WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALEES, No. 107 KlNG Stxkt, Alexandria, Va,, IS" OLD DOMINION FAMILY RYE AND MOUNT YERNON WHISKIES A SPECIALTY. Nov. 3th 3 moa. itOaiS Prices Size 16x20, Price $5.00 Size 22x27, Price $10.00 HOTELS BALTIMORE. Co.. jmmfi sotel, A. H. Cole, Proprietor. Special Rates To Theatrical Troupes New Management Bar Stocked With The Finest 1m- ported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Terms : $1.50 to $2.00 per day. $7 to $12 per wee' Howard and Saratoga Streets, BALTIMORE, MD., Cars to and from all Depots pass the Hots RESTAURANTS NORTHWEST. 2 hnm, Cor 19th & JL sts. KORTHWEST. Harper WhisKey a Specialtj 4 -.T i t, , 4 ' f V tm i I J- i . , i s I 1 ' 4' m '. it A ! i ;-i r ''j' .tin . 'ft! ; r I- HI i ' f jflittJ&teLg :.iE .