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'Vj'ftUtHStoii jHMCtion ad wRy poiHts,
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kOAL8LUiE -LINE FOR NEW YORK AND
ArtrniJwiUM"""111 with Pimsch light.
Fut ahitidoVhiR. New York, Boston and the
r.. wrfk dv, 7:05 S.oo. 10.00 a.m. 12:05.
all UDmitiK Car.) x:oo. 5:t5 iS Car.)
. : tmsht. biiii.tag Car oiieii a t 10:00 oclock.)
-" iav 7 v y " ' ,:I5 ,! Dl",l,S Cars.)
.- fining Cm: . 12:01 Htglil. sleeping car
. teLlKk. Additional tiaiHsfoi rlnladel-
week davs daily. S.oo p. m.
f ,.rtel Pas lo' Cars on all da trains
r Atlantic City, to.oe a. in., 32.05 noon
1 :, ; wp. i. wek days. 9.00 a. m. Sundays.
I ?. r Cape 'M a , 12 :os n'oon .
hAteptSuiulay
xiExpress trams.
plCEae called ior and clicked from hotels.
a .1 -esiJcttoe. v I'nion Transfer Co. on ordeis
-'at ticket oftces 619 Peiinsylvaiiia avenue,
.i't!w-.t. N' York avenue and Filteenth
in: M (.RH.XE, D B MARTIN. .
. , M!ii.-r. Mgr. Pasa.l ralnc.
Chesapeake
AND OHIO
RAILWAY.
;h-m- i,h THE GRANDEST SCENERY IN
.W.i KH A ALL TRAINS YEbTIBULED.
I ,.i CI KIC LIGHTED. STEAM HEATED.
ALL MEALS SERYLI? IN DINING CARS.
STATION SIXTH A B STREETS.
ScHedule in effect Octobei 16, iSg;.
: 21 p. m. daily Cincinnati and
MuAi-hulid tram loi Cincinnati.
St. Louis
Pullman
s't-p-iets to Cincinnati, Lexington. Louisville,
; ilianapolit. and St. Louis without change.
P.i ? cars Ciiiunuati to Chicago. Connects at
. -ttjtnji, a , tor Yitgtnia HiHSpnngs.
.. . P M DAILY F. F. V. Limited Solid
t-. '1 tw Cincinnati. Pullman sleepers to Cin
1 u:. Lexington and Louisville without
i ii.se. Obsei vation Car. Pullman Compart-
Ca: to Virginia Hot Springs, without
. c Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
conuuotion for the Spiings. Sleepers
i-mati to Chicago ?nd St. Louis.
. s- a. m. lEx'CEi'T Sunday Pallor Car Wash-
: .1. t Richmond and Richmond to Old Point.
1 1.4:1 hue, via Penn., R. F. & P. and C. &.
2 il l ii." DAILY For Gordonsville, Char
1nttM"ie. Staunton and foi Richmond, dailj,
e : suiidav.
teK- vatioiis and tickets at Chesapeake and
O xiHii.es. 513 and 1421 Petinslvaiita Avenue,
H W. FULLER,
General Passenger Agent.
THE NEW WEBSTER
JUST PUBLISHED-ENTIRELY NEW.
, A GRAND INVESTMENT
i - IV Family, the School, or the Library.
!' iMon has hoen in procress for over 10 Years.
M-retljRnlOO ccliton.d lahorers emplojed.
cniKt.), Xj n,jp,j lK-f retire copy was printed.
:'i-al i xanv.mition invited. Getthc IJcst.
" u .til b..k'.i llors. Jllustrated pamphletfree.
G. A; C. Hli:nitIA3l&CO.,rubUs5liers,
liriiiKik'ld,Mass.,U.S.A.
CMition! Tin ro have rofentlvbeen issued
:! oh.p reprints of tho 3H7 edition of
s-..-rsl iiRliridpodDictionarv, an edition Ion?
-a,f.- i Tiiniiimtod. These books tire giver.
) n i !n.."Vebster'9 Unabridged," "The
Vr"8' "'-"r'8 Mi'tiotmrv," w Wt-bhtor's Big
1' -nonary," " Wobster'B Encyclopedic Dictiona
' 'Jr.,tc.
Mmy fmifMinccments eoncerninc them are
iiul. .vimir, as tlie body of each, from A to
,'44'ar-i.l.i,nnd printed from cheap platee
- ' t i i."tvigraphiuj5 the old pages.
50 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights &c.
i
- 'i lit.,: 1 vfcptrh and description may
nam "r niinnu free whether an
01. klv
iinliaJ "v n-ttetrtable. romniunica-
tni thleiittal. Handbook on Patents
' "i U-t nuerev foi t-ecunnp vatcnt?.
'- ikon tl.rmiirh Muim & Co. receive
1'.
Scientific HtMicatt.
A hand mn v illustrated weeklr. Larcest cir-
.iMin "l anv M'k'tititie journal. Terms. S3 a
: f.ur 7i. wiilis. 1. Sold l vail newsdealers.
withi-iu tharce. m the
NN&Co.8B,B""t-New York
Urarc
Wlliinoti.I).C.
DON'f DO If,
lon't buy or sell your Railroad
Ticket until vou have seen t
WRIGHT'S Cut Rate Ticket Office,
471 PBNNA. AVE., K. Vt.
Will Save You Big Money.
C,:"U
WEBSTER'S
i INTERNATIONAL J
dictionary
ijjjnja
l
IJiui
tew
Saloon ui Restaurant
Pure Old Berkshire Rye Whiskey a'
specialty 10 cents per drink; Si.oo
quart; 50c pint; 25c half pint.
Hot soup served free every day irom
11 a. m. to v. m. Bush's famous Beer
5c per bottle.
S31 7th St. N. YV.5 Washington, D. C
.MARKET.
Go to Chester Marker fora nice
turkey or a pair of nice chickens,
home'dressed, for your Thanks
giving dinner. You will also
mid a full line of Groceries,
Meats and Provisions of the fin
est quality, constantly on hand.
The only Chester Market in the
City
Miiiii Store 21, and L streets u. w.
Branch Store 23rd and L.
.A-. O- Leese, Pro.
i mm mm,
Irst-class Xjcdg-ixig,
314 Maine Ave. S. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C
BSiafim Bmmee
gS ikJ
-" C
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Sh0fcing Sallei'Y
AND
FOOL ROOM
225 Pa. ave. & 212 B st., 11. w. .
Rmg, 26, e, 00G, GenliS
Wm. H, Lee. Pro.
SAMUEL G. STEWART
SALOON
1141 7th. St.,bet L & M Sts., W
glite bise a specialty
and all the Popular Brands
The largest glass of Henricli's
BEER IN THE CITY.
1RP.M
Wholesale and Retail
Dealer In
Fine
"7vri:n.es
1513 Seventh Street, 1 1
'!
glfiii,! I.
Karl Xander,
IMPORTER,
Rectifier and Wholesale and
Retail Dealer in
FINE I
iWINESi
AND
iLIQUORS
439 K STREET, N. W.
Agent for Southern Bouquet
Wfiiskey.
JAMES THARP.
Importer and Dealer In Foreign
and Domestic
WIS AND LIQUORS,
812 F STREET, N. W.
" BERKLEY "
Pure Rye "Whiskey,
M
Ssmitff
!8&
2)
DEALER IN
TOB YBUSH S
B
Mi
mYlh
ines and Liquors,
1315 Seventh Street, N. W.
Between N and O Streets
NORTHWEST
James R. Iuc;.r-.;. John Prioleau
5? TfSt TZTf Tgu ?
Imf si and OffliK
j
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
HOT FREE LUNCH EVERY DAY,
1216 PENNA. AVE., K".W.,
Washington, D. C.
MOORE & PRIOLEAU.
Ladies will receive special attention in
the Dining Room upstairs.
Philadelphia Bomse.
Peter B. Meredith,
Proprietor.
The choices wines, liquorajager beer,
cigars, etc., always on hand All , tne
delicacies of the season served at snor
notice. Billiard, pool, and bath rooms
attached.
SALOON
348 Pennsylvania Avenue Nortkiwft
W asliingiion, JL. C
I
DRINK AT
W . EmmU&
Vt
I
DON'T, BUI WILL
HERE AFTER.
No. 32SS M Street, Northwest,
"l 3 ) I r -J : ) DO.
MEEHAN,
N. W. Cor. 7th and H sts., S. W.J
One of the best places in S'li WasHngrn
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Of the finest brands, '
, FRESH BEER DAILY.
JjCXXX Mountain Pimlico Club.
P. MEEHAN, Prop.
-Edward Murphy-
!F
lues and Liquors.
S31 14th Street Northwest.
Nav. 2t (3 mos).
Telephone.
Louis J. Kessel
Importer of and Dealer in
Wines & Liquors
Specially for medicnal and family
use.
OXFORD and TREMONT, Pure
Rye Whiskies.
WHOLESALE ONLY.
425 Tenth Street Northwest.
Washington, D. C.
Pure Old Straight Rye Whiskey
AT
Wm. H. Schlueter's Re staurn
Wines &: Liquors,
Cigars & Tobaeeo,
Also Manufacturer of fine Cigars.
930 Fifth Street Northwest.
Washington, D. C.
Wm. H. BHOOKER,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
RIHMN MISE.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
Mull at all Hoars, and Gasae in Seasoa.
1239 D Street, southeast,
Washlatfom. D. C
ndwcrrd Klyr)r),
DEALER IN FINE
TilttfirS
AND
i
735 Delaware Avenge, S. "W.
Harmony Lodge, No. 21, K. of P.
J. MURPHY.
417 Third Street, Southwest.
lues, lipcrs ti .Hip.
pooL and Fresh Beer Daily.
fit is just the PLAC& to visit.
1
4.e q1t egF fit GsHipamj in HmePiga.
FINE ART STUDIO
here all kinds of pictures are made. Pictures enlard
w
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, 11x14, Price $1.50
Size 1 8x2 2, Price 6.00
Pastel Portraits-
Size 14x17, Price $2.00 Size 16x20, Price $4.00
Size 18x22, Price 85.00 Size 20x24, Price $10.00.
FINE ART SCOHOL.
We teach the art of drawing and painting daily. We teach you how to draw freehaiwl
and how to enlarge all kinds of pictures. We teach painting in oil, pastel and water colors
also how t-o make pictures in crayon, pen and pencil drawings, photo engravino- and how to
cjjaw from life. This is the only professional art school in America where Negroes can go and
learn the professional art of drawing and painting
Conti Crayon Sauce, in foil, Sc. Conti Crayon Points, Nos. 1,2 and 3per doz., 18o.
Conti Crayon Pencils, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, each, 5c. Crayon Erasers, No. 1, each oc
Grey Paper Stamps, from 1 to 8, each, 10c. and oc. Chamois-Stamps, from'l to 8, each
10c. and 20c. Chamois Skin, one piece, 10c. Tortillion, per doz', 10e
viie smaii oox oi rasteis ov cois.j, ouc. two sucks of Pastel of any color, 5c.
German Drawing Paper, 14x17, per qr., 30c. Whatman Medium Paper, 18x22, pr pheet, 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 ouly, 86.00 No. 1 Camera, for sunlight only, $9,00.
No. '2 Camera, for sun and lamp light, etc., 12.00.
No. 3 " " iC " and bromides, $25.00.
ART LITERATURE.
1 dozen Formulas, 10c. "1 dozen Rule Cards, 10c. 1 dozen '
1 dozen Diplomas, 25c. 1 dozen Art Dictionaries, 50c.
PICTURES OUTLINED.
Outlined on German paper, 14x17, each, 20c. Outlined on Whatman paper, 16x20 each 2$i
Outlined on Steinbach paper, any size, 30c. ' '
V s t'.tr ais'i ho 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, ftos. 3, 5, 8, 15c.
1 piece of Chamois Skin, 10c.
1 pointed Eraser 5c.
1 box of Pastel 60c.
2 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 :
Columbia
1733
1 urns mo,
Maryland
Rye
Whiskies,
302 Exchange Place,
Our Spclaltl3:
FRARY'8 OWL WHISHEY,
BAKER'S PURE RYE
WHISKEY, HOSS
AKD HOSS AND
PATAPSOO CLUB WHISKEY.
laaaporters of
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
ALE, AND STOUT, ETO.
P. 0. BOX 445.
TELEPHONE CALL 1576.
Nov. 2th 3 Mb
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.
Pifa pis
Some special
Size 14x17, Price $3.00
Size 20x24, Price $S.oo
Jegro
10, St. Washington, D. C
-IQUOR DEALERS.
BALTIMORE.
WHITf, SALT, & CO-
Baltimore, Md.
HE BEST)
ALEXANDRIA.
E. E. Downham & Co.
WHOLESALE
LIQUOR DEALERS,
No. 107 Kino St&xzt,
Alexandria, Va
OLD DOMINION FAMILY
RYE AND MOUNT VEENON
WHISKIES A SPECIALTY.
f) Not. 2fh 3 &c
Prices.
Size 16x20, Price $5.00
Size 22x27, Price, $10.00
HOTELS-BALTIMORE.
Art Co.,
SjffijW&jl MOT EL,
A. H. Cole, Proprietor.
Special Rates To Theatrical Troupes
New Manaeement
Bar Stocked With The Finest 1m-
ported Wine3, Liquor3 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 Hote
RESTAURANTS-NORTHWEST.
&
Eeilan'Ml,
Cor 19th & L sts,
NORTHWEST.
Harper WhisKey a Specialty
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