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TllE EVEN1KG lOST, SATURDAY, DECHTMriEH 1. J 888.
TnE EvEyiNfi Post.
'i( kim iri:i: umiuic.
To kiss licr clieeU I (is honey flnc
Tho beo from roso or rglnntliio
Dotli sip, so I from dimple culo
Would titsle of Love's delicious wine.
hnt could a ltulglit (or l)eo) computo
Dearer thaji sqcli UcllKht illvliio?
An nrm about licr form to twine,
1'J' naught repulsed In word or sign!
TlrnliT. 1 fultli, jrt icsolutc,
Tlio' tbocU'il licr shjness fcinltiluc,
To lijssliur cheek I
If Cbanco w(i fortune could combine,
And Cupid scIichiIiil' scamp Incllno
Ills powers of suwon to my suit,
XWillst L'rnto lent suili nlds bcnlirn.
Hint wish would blossom and bear fruit,
Gay Slrn mid .Mnldj, no more I'd plno
To kiss bcr clicck 1
IN GREAT LUCK.
My n Secret Service Doled lo
In tlio spring of 18(1:1 uvcry ilonornlna
tlon of ''Blilnplnstcr" currency lmtl liecn
counterfeited nnil circulated, nnd every
Issue of greenbacks, from n dollar bill
to Dip twenty, had been reproduced by
tho "queer" men. Counterfeiting nour
ished as novcr befoio nor since Any
thing that looked like money would go,
especially in thu country towns.
Tho gang which was working tljo $1
nnd $2 plntcs was located at Snndusky,
but wo aid not get this pointer until thoy
had lloatod out a good many thousand
dollnrs. Tlio casq as assigned to pie,
mid I proceeded to (Sandusky in tho gulso
of an army contractor. I had no details
whatever, but by keeping my oyes open
unci picking up a note huro and tliero I
Batlstled inyscli that our information was
cqrrect. Then I sclpplcd tlio most popu
lar drug ntoro in tho place, told tho pro
prietor my business, and arranged to
Jnako a capture. Men "shoving tho
queer" will call at a drug store- sooner
than any other placo ot business, be
cause tlioy can rmichaso from such a va
riety, and can carry tho purchase nway in
tho pocket. This druggist had bepn
bitten soveral times and was anxious to
help nab somo onn. F felt that it was
only a question of timo when somo of
tho ppurjoua would bo offered again, nnd
I was right. On tho llfth day after I took
up my station in tho stoio a respectable
looKing, miuuio-ngcu man rushed in,
holding lils hand to bis cheek and ox
claimed: "For Heaven's sako glvo mo something
for the toothache! I am almost eriuy!"
Tho clerk hurried to put up something,
tho stranger daucod around nnd groaued
uud moaned and when hp received tho
bottlo ho handed put a 610 hill nnd said:
"Quick I'vo got to catch tho trninl"
Tho clerk glanced at tho bill and began
to make change, but slopped to t"ko n
second look ot it. 1 starlet fonvard, but
boforo I had taken live steps the man was
oil llko a Hash. I pursued , butho dodged
mo In tho crow d. 1 went hack and looked
at tho bill, and. lol it was n counterfeit,
but one so nearly llko tho genuine as to
deceivo almost any ono except a cashier.
For tho next thico days I did somo tall
hustling, and tho result was todrlto tho
gang out of Sandusky without having
the luck to arrest anybody. There wcro
four of them, and they had a job plllco
whjch turned out work for the imblio.
Tho fellows had put out at least st.50,'000
In tho "West, having soveral plates of dif
ferent denominations, nnu tho worst
f it was thoy got off with tho plates.
Almost purely by accident I learned
that ono of tho gang had a brother living
near ltocky Klvcr, a few miles out of
Cleveland, and it was possible he might
go into hiding theio for a time. As this
was tho only trail I Jiad I determined to
look tho grpuinl pvor. Going up lp
Cleveland, 1 got a horso and buggy fpr a
country drive- and started for IJocky
IMvcr. I was only well clear of tho city
when I saw a heavy thunderstorm com
ing up nnd had to look for shelter. I
bad to drivo a couple of miles to find It.
It was an old barn on tho lower end of a
farm. It was In a tumble-down
condition, but thero was a shed
under which I could put tho horso. I
was only two minutes ahead of a
storm which raged for nn hour and a
half. I found n corner qf tljo ham which
did not lpak, and for tho Hist half hour
I scarcely glanced around ino. "When I
did come to sizo up tho interior, about
tho first thing I saw M'ns a paper package
' restlug on a beam running across tho
barn. It could not havo been scqn from
any other position in tho barn, and I
may say it was tho queer sound given
out by tho drqps of water as thdy fell on
tho paper which caused mo to look up.
1 had the packago down after a dirty
climb, and as I opened it put fell tho
plates of tho counterfeits used at San
dusky every ono of thuin. There wero
plates for a 1, S2, $5 and $10 bill, and
for ten, twenly-flvo and fifty-rent shin
plasters, and tho Ink fiom tho last Im
pression had not been entirely cleat cd
off. While I was swelling with tho Im
portance of ,my discovery tho storm
passed over, and while engaged In doing
up tho packago a buggy stopped at tho
gap In tho highway fenco nnd one of the
two men In it lumped down nnd came
rupnlnc Into tho bain, JIo did not seo
mo at first, but started to climb up after
the packacQ on thu beam. I know then
that ho was one of tho gang and
I grabbed him. Ho was a stout
fellow, and we had a savago tussle
for it, but I finally got tho Irons on his
wrists and niado him prisoner. As soon
as I seizod him ho shouted to warn his
companion, andbeforo our struggle ended
tho man was a mile awuy. Tho ono I
caught wns Sam Dixon, a "queer man"
of note, and known to us belter under tho
alias of "Sly Sam." IIu was tho chap
who counterfeited tholha.lllau currency
and got lid of $50,00(1 worth boforo any
row was raised. lie kept a closo mouth,
nnd would not peach on any of tho gang.
Even when ho got his eenlcuco, which
was for twelvo years, ho calmly re
marked: "Well, business will go on ut tho old
stand just tho samo."
A "TOU-FIU'.SU" STUDENT.
A Yale. Mini Who Tried tu A nance a
ItncotVlth Cutiilirlduu Uiinuiitliorlzod.
Nuw Haven, conn, Pec. 1. Tho Ynlo
boatng authorities who wore so cpm
jiletqly puz.lcd by tho cabled announce
ment that tho Yalocroiy would low In
Kuglaud In April havo discovered that
ono or tho students, y)io is lp po way
connected with boating njattois, has.
without any authority whatever, willteu
lo tho English ciow in reference to a
raco and It is supposed tlio story started
from those uommuuluatoiu. The Yalp
men are highly indlgnrint at this display.
Cantaln Woodruff Bald last night that
tho "ialo crew wore willing to low Cam
biidgo and hoped soon to opon negotla
tlons for a raco. hut under no ciicinn
Btancos could such lace take placo either
in Eneland or America until after tho
Yale-Harvard race. Tho faculty sould
not, of course, let them go to Kuiopo in
April and nothing would bo allowed to
tslerfcro with tho regular Harvaid raco.
Tlio l'nstost Train l;t America
aro run on tbo II. it 0, It. It., upd the quickest
tlmo to Philadelphia Is in ado by tlio LI, & ().
Limited Tralus loayltif: litre at 8.10 u, in. and
1:20 p. in. dally Other roads chnrgo an
xtra faro for slower tlmo. jVo ffrcq arc
tharqttl on the if. it 0.
"Tins Jtlalit Fqt In tho Wrong llousc," Is
l'Mtor ii. Her tiwciu'i) subjeol Sunday, 7 p. m.
EAIUiY MPUNlN'fl NEWS.
Itecont Kvonts of Iiilurnst Hulled Down
for llnslv ltcuilii:,
Ilnrly yesterday morning William
Gals of Albany nnd Michael Bodeii of
Canada fought twenty-seven rounds,
under Qitecnsbery ritlci, for $100 nnd
gato receipts Tho mill lasted ono hour
and fifty minutes.
Governor Leo of Virginia has offered
$1,000 toward for tho apprehension ot
tlio parties engaged In the release of
Hiiymnn Sutton, tho murdoier, from
Tho trial of tho Anarchist Ilronck was
continued at Chicaco yestculay. Tho
only feature wai a complete denial by tlio
prisoner of nil evidence against him.
John Itogcrs, n painter of Dayton.
Ohio, who was put off n Dayton nnd
Michigan train, wns caught vesterdav
placing obstructions on tho tracks.
Mnrtln Ovomlnck, whoso head was
split opon with a hatchet by his brother
at Potts ville, Pa., lust wcok, Is dead. Tho
tnui(crcr is under arrest.
Tho Morgan Club looms In St. Louis
were blown up by gas, last niglij. and
Henry Graham and Joseph Everett
weru badly burned.
Whllo Mrs. Anna llcck and her daugh
ter weio absent from their home lp
Plalnfluld, N. J., tho houso was robbed
liy an explosion In the Stnngleln
l'urnltuio Factory yesterday, 25,000
duinnso was done nnd Bovoral persons in
jured. Piro nt Durnnt, Miss., yesterday de
stroyed fifteen business houses. Esti
mated loss, $10,000; insurance $2,850.
Tho railroads havo agreed to advance
rates on grain, but could not agree on tho
tariff for di eased beef and livestock.
Mis. Annie Jchlcr and her grown
daughter of Saidlniji, Ohio, were takeji
out and whipped by the White Capsr
Nobinska will piesertt General Harri
son with n novel decorated car, typical
of the progress qf that State.
Mary Coonly, aged 12 ycais, was crim
inally assaulted yesterday by William
Flynn at Glencovc, L. I.
Joseph H. Elklnton, ono of tho Plsi
Commissioners of Now Jersey, died at
Tampa, Fin., yesterday.
Mrs. Emma Jackson, aged 20, was shot
and killed at Glasgow, Mo., yesterday,
by her brother, aged M.
John Ileniv Muvor was lirmirntl nt
Placerville, Col., for tho murder of John
lowcii, a lanciunan.
Mrs. T. T. Pitman, noted In tho lit
erary world as Margery Deaii, died in
Pans yestei day.
Jacksonville only reported flvo now
cases of yelow fever yestculay. Thero
wero no deaths.
Eight men wcro probably smothered In
another llro in tho Culumcnl Mipo. Mich
Iffun. Firo at Durnnt, Miss., destroyed fifteen
business houses. Lois, $10,000.
Tho Woodsdalo Stato Hank of To
ucka, Kan., has suspended.
Harrison plurality In Oregon was 0,
709. HER I1EA11T ON HER SLEEVE.
llow Yum Yum Flirt In Jnimn lnlnj;
Japan Con tiimitlince A'. 1". World
Yum Yum's slcovcs aro her pockets.
In them sho keeps her lunch and her
paper pocket-handkerchiefs, and in them,
as a little girl, alio carries her playthings.
Thoy hang fully n yard down from tho
wrist and they form ono of her most use
ful instruments of fllrtatlpn. fiho uses
her oyes, too, but never winks. Tho
same, meaning Is convoyed by tho rolling
of tho oyesballs or tho twitching of tho
left corner of the mouth. Sho is abovo
all things friendly and good-natured, and
she willglgglo and laugh at tho loast
Tho Jnpancse women or rather tho
Japanese young women havo very good
forms. Thoy aro a full head shorter
than tho nvorago American woman, but
they aro plumper, and thoir non-uso of
stays or corsets seems to havo produced a
better bust development.
A woman married, among tho lower
classes In Japan, is, indeed, a woman
spoiled, as far as beauty is concerned.
According to tho old Japanese cus'om,
when a girl hns arrived at old maiden
hood, when sho no longer expects a hus
band, or when sho has got ono, sho
shaves off her eyebrows, and blacks hor
teeth. This produces an effect which it
is impossible to understand without sce
nic. My stomach tinned sick when tho
fiist Japancso married woman I saw, n
plump. iosy-checked girl of about 2Q,
If you will paste a strip of black court
pla&ter over your tcoth and try to laugh
you may approach it. You cannot get
tho full ugliness of tho custom until you
havo your eyebrows shaved. It seems
to take njl of tho life and beauty out of
tliq faco and to turn It jntp a thing of
loathing. Tho teeth look as though
covered with black varnish. This cus
tom pro vails tin oughout tho interior of
of Japan. In tho cities it is falling Into
disfavor, and the court ladies arid thoso
of the better classes at Toklo liuve en
tirely given it up.
Taller Thiiu tlio WnnhlnEtoii Monument.
An Fianclsco Examintr.
Tbu frequenters of Kearnoy street became
unusually Interested recently In watching a
magiilllceut girl who was threading litr way
through the crowd with a facility that few of
tlio uiuscullue persuasion could Imitate. Noth
ing seemed to disturb her culm progress. Mop
turned completely around and stared aftci
tier, and women snapped out Jealous remarks
as sho Bwcpt by. The causo of this universal
comment was tlio remarkable staturo of tlio
lady In question. Sho stood over tsl.x feet in
height, nnd of slender form, tbouch Ino from
those angularities that make a lull tnau up
pear to unsightly.
thu II .V U. In tho I.nnd.
Tho J.tmlUd Express tralus to I'lilladclpbla
via 1). t. O H. H. are quicker thai) thoso pf
any other Hue, and tbo U. it O, cbaigcs no
eitrafnrt for fust tlmo.
Vor months I iu(
firett fiom a xcijfic
i etc cold ill the haul
LUi's a turn Halm
Co1 '"V, KiirnVfi'
I tJfXltUti.xw !
W.. - ..'UV.n ...J
ImiuorUU like maiilc
hi its cuie after one
week s use 1 feel
na'eful fur tWiuf (
'iu done for inc.
fiamnel J, Harris,
110 front St., A'tw
A lmrtlnlo le iiinllol Into cuch nostril amlU
BSft'Qiibltf. I'rluudOcentK at Uriie-tMstbyaiall,
riKlstorod, 00 rum. 15LY UIIOTIIlilM, 6t!
Wurron street Now York.
Harbour I.tiw Itulldlim loo r.a. Ave.
WASHINUTON, 1). U.
lloitldcnoo. No. l'JIH II t. Northwest.
X (Successors to Mofllll A Wltherow),
I'uiNfi'.its and sruiti:orYiuus,
1JD7 K street n w, Washington, ,0
POOU WQWi Al' tfAlK i'MUES.
Wl fb L
DRESS THEIR S
Will firjd here a great
er variety of gar
ments that are as rich
as those shown any
where else. We keep
the best of everything
worn by boys, and yet
are not a high-priced
house. On the con
trary, we sell as low
grades of goods as
ought to be made into
clothing, and we name
prices as low as most
(dealers ask fpr inferior
3. Robinson & Co
ONE PIE CLOTHIERS,
909 Penn. Avenue.
BEST IS BEST
Thro' the World.
OUR FALL OPENING OF
Fo wries' Gloves
jShirts to Measure
Cannot Pe Excelled.
Cor. 1 5th and C St?
Wjtf , R. RHiEY,
Corner Ninth nnd E Streets Northwest,
Isploslpgout oil kinds of
At Very Jloduooi! Itatos.
B. G. DAVIS.
BtACK t DUES? t GOODS, t EMBROIDERIES,
7f9 Market Space, Washington, D. C.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS AND NOTARY.
i. ii. j:vakh. liiai Fitnw,
COMMIbSIII.NJill OF 1)1!1I)S FOIt AI,L
STATil AND TKHIH millHS.
TclupUono DS3-U, Hours from u to 1;U0,
WbTst fitting cdnsETVTwnLDi
1 FORSAIE BY LEADING MERCHANTS. 9
MAYER. STROUSE & CO.
Arms." 4 12 BROAOWAV. N. K J
nwPBUiHiii nn iw winwii , wirwniitwpani'strii'ig 11W1 J
r tsT AI.T.lkKOKDKNT
J OVKIlKVO MILLIONS DISLIttDUTED.
Tncormrnlimv lh slnto LpffifllAtnlv hi i HUM
fnl' Kdlicfitlnnilntltt rliilMfulflO onrnn nnd
lis frmiclilitu tiiUu n part of the incfit - ua
Constllutlou, 1B7IJ, )y nn OYmnuit in
Its OIIAND kTRAOIlUINATir DUWWMH
tnkoplnoa Si'in'Aiimullri(Iminnil Iivccnili rt.
nnd llsOItAMMNOLK NtTMIILU 1)1 (AW Ins
tnko place In rill nt tho othur ton tnunllit "
llm year, iuhI ill nil drawn In pnbllo, nt ttm
Aeadeinfof Jlillo, Now Orleans, I.u
'Wo do licrofr rcrllfjr Ihnt wosupcrvlo tlio
nrrniijtoincnm ft nil of tlio .Montlily uni foml
Atinual Dr.ilH 'of tho Louluim Mntn
LolloryUo,, amln perran nnnam and cnntioi
tlio Drawings i.mnselvos, nnd that tho mmu
pltli honcly, fnirnwi'i. nnd In
Rood fultli town)
ttoCompapi tijnio tills curlldcale Willi Itio-
i mi (i.iriii, pirn ivu nniiiiinzo
slmllotof onr s
natures ntlai hod, In Its ndvur-
G. T. BEAUREGARD,
J. A. EARLY,
Wn Hin tinrlr.
:nol Hanks nnd Hankers will
nay all Prlzt (I
liwn In die Louisiana itntii
inar no presented at our
It, ,11. WAMIIBV, I'lcnt. r-n.Niit Ilnnk,
1'. I.ANAIIXV'i, (. slnln Nut. llimlc
A. IIAI.DtVll 1'rost N . Nut. tlimlt.
OAJtl, ICOIia Vtrtt. Union Nat. llnnk.
THE MAIMOTH DRAWING
i. tuck men
of Music, New Orleans,
DpiTtnliar 18, lt)8,
At tlio Acuiloti
CAPITAL rR,r'E, $600,000.
100,000 'IIu (.(i,t iivl)iillnrri Halves,
$0 Unnrl' , ? O'l i:iBlilh, SDl
Ttvuntlat ., .( nrllutlis, f 1,
1 I'ltlZKOFil 0,0001s $000,(11)0
1 I'jllZIIOF lO.OOOIs: SIMMNXI
li'lnzKor jhi.uoiiIs ino.ooii
1 I'lllZUOF iO.IIOUIs fiD.OdO
I'UIZIMOF n.ouoara fio.noo
JH I'UIXKS OF
5,001) oro 110.000
'.'.iioo aro nu.ooo
hQUnro HO 000
rou HIIZES OF
100 l'rlros of 81,0,0 aro $100,000
lOOrrliesof 8Unro 80000
100 Prizes of 10 aro 10000
no rrlresof SHOifiro....' $70,200
t'UI'rU03Ofr lOOiro OD.OOO
1)00 Prizes of S'Jookro $180,000
oooi'rlzosof youlro I80,ooo
3, HO Prizes, nraojitlnjc to $'J,11K,K()0
NoTi!. Tlokcls il ilus Capital Prizes nro not
ontltlod to lormln. prUos. A ticket drawing
tiroo number torilnal prize, will not lo en
titled o a two nu'pcr lirnilnnl prize.
CCTFpn Cluh lliff, or uny further Informa
tion desired, wrlloeslbly to thu underslitncd.
clearly etntlinr Viur residence, with Stuto"
County. Siroct an) Number. Jloro rapid to
turn inalldcllvcryjvlll housiurid by your en
closing un Kuyolojl bparlns your fulluddros,
Send Postal No(d, Kxprcss Jloncy )rdcr'. or
New York Kxclianii In ordluary lotter (7ur
rencr by Uxpresiat our expensej addressed
1 New Orleans, Ln.
Atldross Ilccltend Loiters to
NEW QMEAM NATIONAL HANK,
jjew Orleans, La.
RFMFMRFR 'liattliopietoncoof lenerjls
I,lVlE,mDCn jVann.'ra and Karly, who
aro Inchaifoof tliouiawlnas.Nu Ruarunteo of
uhsoluto falriii'ss mil Inteisrlty that tlio chanci s
are all equal, and tli-r no ono can possibly dl
Inu what r umber U draw a Prize.
"ItKMKMUI'.ll, ah. that tho payment of
Prize U OtTAKAN PHll) IlTFOUn NATIONAL
HANKS of Nw Oilbns, and tlio Tlukctn aro
slimed by tho Piesldcltof an Institution whoso
chartered rlchts aro recognized In tlio highest
Courtij thoreforo, hoyuroof all Imitations and
all anonymous selienes." '
EDWARD F. DROOP,
025 I'lttjli. AVENUE.
Call and oxamlijo tho largo stook of
Gnbler A Dro., A. II. fcliaso, Marshall A Wen
dell. Whcelock, Pooler A Sou, Brigs, Clroro
steon A Puller and otlur
rianos sold on Isstnllnicnts, Exchanzod,
Itcntcd, Itcpalrod, Tuned, Morod and Stored.
Sheet Music, forelan and domestic; Musical
mdso., etc., constantly on hand. Danjo, Guitar,
Mandolin, Violin and Oollo btnngs a spoolalty.
Grand, Upright and Square
SnCOND-IIANI) PIANOS, a lino assortment
of prominent makes at all prioos.
PIANOS rOIl KENT.
1VM. EJSTABE & CO.,
817 Market Space.
H. D. BHRR,
Importer arid Tailor.
Fall and Winter Goods,
All of the Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTCH SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
MB. JlAItll personally fits all garments mado
ln our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
A Rare Bargain.
JUST RECEIVED: A lingo Invoice of Flno
Kngllsh Suitings and Trousorlngs pmoliaed at
reduced llguros which enables us to ghojou
Suits, mado by Practical Tailors, at i'2H uud
$!10, worth S3,, and Sin.
Fit and workmanship guaiautood,
HARBAN &T BENNETT,
Merchant Tailors and Men's Furnishings.
1110 No-w "SToirlc Ave.
TCMI UFQI.K, 0M) Pom' AMI rilti MIUl'll.
SteiunovaKOHOK LBAltV loivos Vahlnton
Monday, Woduesd tyund I'UJay, at 5 p, in.
niuaniur i.iii ur 'flu. i,ui., i-osuay,
Tliursdayand Saturday, at a p. in., from Htxtti
bteaniur Loarr lands at Pluoy Point going and
Lady ot tlio I.aku lands utCorufloU llurbor
and Colonial lleaoli on Battudaw dtoainur
troih Washington iially.lueludUigsimJays, until
furtUtr uotloo, bunclay at t p. in.
Faro, hiiurday oxourslou, return Monday 7
a. in , Sl round irlf.
Connections mado at Norfolk with Old l)o
million biuanisiiiouompauy lor .Now vovk.
Knox and t.lovd Kxpron will call and olniox
tmuiriiL'uut hotuliuna nrlvutortiiltleiiutu,
... . 1 .11 ..! . . ..... ...
ruiiMumnu uuu fiuur i u uuieiuy,
V. V WKI.CII, Hupt. P, S. Co.
OEO. P. I'illLLU'-, tiupt. 1. A
Tho Groat Pennsylvania Roiito'
To the North, West and Southwest.
Jhlthle Thick. Splendid Sctneiu.
Meet Halls. Magnificent ;ii,nnent.
Im ZTrnrrt NovrmiKii 1, 1881.
Trains I9.1TO Washlngion, from station corner of
sixth und II streets, as follows.
, Ton Pirnou'ilu nnd the Wust. Chicago Limited
VI'rlf of I'lillinmi ViMilbiilui Oars at 0 SOU in
,'?,n B?"t Uiie, 9 SO 11 in dully to Cincinnati and
Bt. Ixiuli. wltlileeiilngcani front Pittsburg- to
CinLlnmitl. and llurri.burtf to ht Ixiuls: Hilly,
.IPS.'1.' Hi,f"rda-. to Chicago, nidi hlccplng Car
AlIOOUA It, Clllm.nr. Il'n.tn... L-....-...L A. M ,,,
pni dallv. ulii Hlcenlng Curs Wiishlnalon 'it
CIiIpku'o awl Ht. Louis, connecting dnlly at
llnrrlsburgwItlitliiougliSleciior. f.r Louisville
nnd Jlejnplils. IMlIIIo Kxiimp. 10 W p m aally
for Pittsburg mid tlio W jt. with through
Slcumrt.i I'lttslnirg. and Pltt.buig to Clilougo.
IlAt.TIMOIli: AND POTOMAC! Il.I,lOAI).
(,i"Vi,,'.ftI1,'i!,''n.nn"lll,,K'n nnd lloclio.lcr dally;
"'lll Niagara dally, except Sltutdny.
i?.?i.J!. '" """ Sltcplng Car Washington to
llf.l,n'.l..' """ 'I""S " 'H"l!lglUn
-(...- n-fc (1 ' I.I.. .
IOlt Wft.l.rAIIMPOriT. Tj..lf flntnn nn.l Vltnl. .t
u a m ti.uir. oxcept S-undav.
IoiiNkiv Yon and thoKast, 7.M, P.00. ll.(
and liinn,iiro, iW.iOvo nndll.a)p 111. 'J
Sunclny, nixi 11. su am. s ft), lioiooonn
Winn d.illr. oxcept S-undav.
11 SO r m. Umliud i:prbss of Pullman Parlor
dally, wlili dining oar.
d P"" UosTo, without olmngo, sft) p m every
JWlinoo tH, N Y.. nil througli trains con
nect at .1, .or city with boats of llrooklyn
Aiinox, ttlfiiinliitr direct transfer to Fultot
street, avi.lilmjf double forrlago Hcross Now
Fon Piiit.sncuiitA, r.20, 0 00, 1100 and ll.ffl
am, 3 00,-1.10,0 00, 10 00 and ll.Mfni On Hin
day uoo.ii.Wam, S00, 1. 10, O.OU, IO.OO and ll.M
pm I.lraitcd Kxprcss nil parlor curs, 0 to a m
week days and II pm dally, with dlnlneea'.
Fmt IUltimorb, 0 33. 7.C0. 000, 0 40,0.50,11.00
and 11.40 11 m, m, a 00, 3 43, 4.10, 4 SO, 4 40, 000,
7.40, 10 00 and 11 $ 0 in. On hunday, 0 00, 0 05.
J.so 11 40 n m, 2 00, 3.4',, 4.10, G.oo, 7.40, 10.00 and
Fpn Pope's Cheek Live, 7.50 a m and 4.40 p m
dally, oxcept Sunday.
Fou Annai'ous. 7.S0 and 900 a m,12 0-i, 4.10
Pm dnlly, except Sunday. Sundays, 0 00 a m,
ALEXANDItIA AND FIIKDRItlOKBIlUnq
ItAILVAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
, Fon Alexandkia, 15 00, 0 35, 8.40. 0.45, 10.57 a m,
KM uoon, a.03. 1.25. .O0, 5.53 0.03,8 05, 10.05
and 11 37 p m On Hunday at 0 00, 0.5, 10 57 a
m, 2 30, a.55, 8 05 nnd 10 03 p in.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 5.0O pm week
Fon IIioiimond and tho South, 0 00, 10.57 a ra
dally nnd 0 03 p m dally, exocpt Sunday.
TiiAths leavo Alexandria lor Washlnuton,
0 03, 7.03, 8 00, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a m, 1.80, 3 01). .1 !,
D.10, 7.03, e.tl, 10 41 nnd 11.05 pm. On Sunday
at 0.10 and 11.07 am, SOd, 6.10, 7.05, O.W uud
Tickets and Information nt tlio ofllco, north
east comer of lilth strict and Pennsylvania
ntenuo, and at tho station, whero orders can be
Itltfor tliBcheeklnifof baggage to destination
from hotels and residences.
CllAS. K. I'ltQII.
' General llaliaccr.
.1 It. WOOD,
Gen. Pass. Accnt.
Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
Schedule In effect Nov. 13,1889.
Lcnvo Washington from Btallon corner of Now
.Jersey avenuo and 0 street.
Ton Ciiicaoo and Northwest, Ycstlbuled Lim
ited express dally 8.55 a. in., cxptcss 0 05 p. in.
Fon Cincinnati and St. Louis, oxpross dally
Fon PiTTsnuno nnd Clovoland., Vestlhulcd
Limited exprosi dally 8.55 n. m. and express 0.05
Fon LKxisaTOH and Local Stations, tlO.K)
Ton BAtTiMonr. H.OO, 0.30. 0.40. 7.30,8 30.0 45.
11.00 (13 mlnuto train) a. in , IS 10, 2 03. 3.15,113
inlnuto train), 3.25. 4 30, 4.33. 5 30, 0. 13. 7.30. 0.45
and 11.30 p. in. .-Sundays, 0 30, H30, 0.43 a.
m.1,15, 205,3.25, 4.30, 4.33, 0.13, 7.80, U.45 and
Fun AMNATnua, 0.10 and 8 30 a. in., 12 10 and
4 33 p. in. On bundavs. H30 n. m, 4 35 p. in
Leave Annapolis 0.40, 8 87 u. m J .'.03, 4,10 p. m.
cunouys, n.iti a, m , i.iu p. in.
Fon Wav Stations between Washlnston and
Daltlindre, 5 qu, 0.10, 8 30 a.m., 12.10, a 25, 4 J3,
U. 15, 11 30 p. m. On Sundays, 8.30 u. m., 1.15, 3.25,
4 35,o.r,1.3Qp. in.
Fon Stations on the Metropolitan Branch,
10.35, (10.10 a. m., 31.15 p. m., for principal sta
tions only; 110.10, a m , 14.35 and t V p. m.
Fon aiiTiiEnsauno and Intermodlato points,
tO.OO a. m., tl2.J0, ti.40, 5 35, tll.20 p. in.
Fon Doio's and Intermediate stations, ;7.00 p.
m., jlOOO p.m.
Council Tuain leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.15 p. m., stppplngat all stations on Metro
Fon FiiEiiEmcrc, tlO.JO a. m., tl.35 and f5.30 p.
m. Sundays, 1.15 p. m,
Fon IlAOEiuToyrN, tlO.10 a. m. and 15.30 p. m.
Tiiain9 Amuvr from Chicago ddlly 8.33 a. m.
and 9.35 o. m.; from Cincinnati nnd St. Louis
dally 0 20 a. in. and 1.55p.m.! from Pittsburg,
8.35 a. m., t7.20 and l) 35 p. in.
Tiiaii.8 ieavk Baltimore for Washington nt
5.10, 0.20, 0). 7.20, 8 CO (45-mlnute train), 91X1,
0 03, 10.0(1 (43-inlnuto train) a. m.. 12.13, 2 00, 3 00,
4.10, 5 00, 0 00, 0 30, 8.00, 10 00 and 11.00 p. in. On
bundnys, A.10, 0 80. 8.0o, 9.00, D.05, 10.20 n. m.i
1.15, 2.00, 1.10, 5.00, 0 80, 8.00 10.00 und 11.00 p. m.
Fon Pim-AnEuniA and Wilmington, dally, 8.10
a.m., 2.05, 1.20 and 11.30 p.m. llnffot Parlor
Cuis on tho 8.10 a. m und 4.20 p. m. trains,
bleeplugs Cars on tho 11.1)0 p. m.opcn at 9 00
FoniNTrnuEniATEroiNTH between Haltlmorn
and Philadelphia, .SO, a. m., tj.03 und tl.30
Fiiom Piiii.adeu-iiia and Wilmington, dally,
0.30, 11,13 a. in., 2.50, 8 OSnnd 11.00 p. m.
tExoept Sunday. 'Dally. JSuuday only.
luggage called for ami ohecked ut hotels nnd
rcbldiuces on orders left at ticket ofllces, (Jit)
and 1351 Pennsylvania acnue.
W. SI. CLEMENTS, CIIAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Act
Piedmont Air Lino
Schedule im Errccr Auqust 1 1888.
f?:30 A t Ewt Tcnnes.oo Mall, dally for
Warren ton, Gordons vlllo.Cbarlottcsvlllo.Lynch
burg, and stations between Aloxaudrla und
Lynchburg, Hoauoako, Urlstol, Unoxllle,l!omo,
Calera, Montgomery and Now Orleans. Pull
man Sleeper Washington to Now Orleans.
ll:''l A Fast Mull Dully for Warrcnton,
Charlottesville, Gordonsvlllo, sUtlons Chesa
iieaku and Ohio Itoutc.Lynehburg.Itoeky Mount,
liumllleand stations between L)nohburguiid
Dam lllo. Grcoiisburn', ltnlclgh.Charlotto.Colum
bla, Augusta, Atlanta, Birmingham, Moutgom
ery. New Orleans, Texns and California. Pull
man Sleeper New York to Montgomery, In con
nection with Pullman Slooiwrs Montgomery to
New Orleans, nnd Mnmi Boudoir biccper for
Birmingham, Vlcksburg and Shroveiiorf. Pull
man Sleeper Danville to Columbia and AuruiIu.
bolld trains Washington to Atlanta. Does not
connect for O. and O. routo points Sundays.
2.30 r : daily, oxoent Sunday, for Manassas,
Strasbnrg, I.u ray, and Intermediate stations.
Connects at Itlverton for Luray, arriving 9.2
5.U0rM. WEsrEnN Exninis dally for Warren,
ton, Oordonjvlllo, Churiottesvlllo, Ixjulsvlllo,
Cincinnati, and summer resorts on and near line
of Chcsupodko and Ohio routo. Pullman Sleep
ers und solid trnlns Washington to Louisville;
ulso foi-L)ULhburg, Urlstol, Cliattanooira, Mem
phi?, Llttlo Book uud all Southwestern points.
Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to Mora-
his without chance.
lira. SoiiTiiEiis nxrnEss dally for Lynch
burg, Iiiuvllle, ltaPdeh. Ashevlllo, Charlotte,
Columbia, Alkiiu, Augusta, Atlanta, Slontgom
ery. New Orleans Toxusand California. Pull
man Vostbulo Sleoper Washington to Nw
Oroansl Atlnii'4 and Mon gomery Pull
pmu bleopor Washington to Aiuustu, Ga., with
Thains on Wa'iiinoton and Ohio Diyibiot
leave Washington HWDn in, dally except Sun
day, nnd 1:1 P m, dally; arrive Hound Hill
H:18ataand7;'Jl pm. llvtiirilng, leavo Hound
Hill (i;M a m, dullyi and ISiO p m, daily except
Sunday, arriving Washington 8.30 a, m and :i 55
TiinouaiiTnAiNS from tho South, via Charlolto,
l)au lllo and l.Tiichburg, arrive In Washington
7 00 a m and 7:33 p in; via Kast Tennessee,
Bristol nnd Lynohburg ut 11:13 u in and 0;ll) p
uf, la Chesapeake und Ohio route and
Charlottiivtllo nt u. in p m and 7.00 u in. Stras
burg ooal nt I) 17 a m.
Tickets, sleepluc-car reservation and Informa
tion furnished, and' baggage oheokod at ofUco.
1300 Pcmnylvutla avenuo, and ut Passenger
station, Pennsylvania ltallroad, Sixth and B
8treet"JAMES L. TAYLOll Gen. Pass. Agent.
Chesapeake and Ohio Routo.
Schedule n effect SEPT. 10. 1S88.
Trains leavo Uulon Depot, blxth and n strcqts.
10 R7 a. m. Fon Nkwiiiut Ni.wh, Old point
Comfort and Norfolk, dally except butiduy, Ar
ro In Norfolk 7, p. in.
11 a I a. ni. Fou stations on tha Chesapenko
and Ohio In Virginia. Wo.t Virginia und Ken
tucky, dally except bunduy, Sleeping oars cur
ton Forgo to Lexington, Ky.
BBO p. m. Fast Westeiis K.iimms dally.
Solid truln, with Pullman Uiufot bleeping turn
to Louisville: Piillmnu service to Cincinnati, bt.
Louis, ilvippnls and Now Orleans
Pffli.v,&l3 Pennsylvania avenue.
" ' ' 11 W. FULLKIt.
W00 A-D' Z3
E. B. BHRNUM Si CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue.
JOHN H. M AGRUDER,
Fine Groceries, Wines and Liquors,
1417 New York Ave. and I ! 22 Connecticut fyve
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
li7T Tifca nitr jf -
Tho Winning Typewriter THE REMINQM
Gas Hollers at Sl.lt and $1.50 for
For larje and small families. Just tho stovo for summer use, us you eitlugulsti the tire the
Instant thu cooklnjt Is douo. For salobytho
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 TexL-tla. S-baree-t 3iT. "V7"
AUGUST V. NOACIC. 1'rosldent.
THE SHOOMHKER COMPHMY
(buoccssors to Shoornakor & Hertzo,)
IMI'OIITEHS AND JODllEItS 01'
Fine Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c,
Nos. 11131 and 1333 11 bl'ltUUT HOHTIIWKST,
Tclcphono call, 517. WASHINGTON, D. C.
ALL GOODS SOLD AT NEW YOltIC 1'ItlCES.
Assorted Casos of ono dozen Wines, Liquors and Cordials at dozen prices.
Headquarters , Gents' Fine Shoes.
I'orpolso, KuiiRaroo nml CalfMioes lo Suit Dicrjono nt
GARTRELL'S, 900 Sbventji Street.
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
OILT i!tni; or
GOLDI.N 11 1 1. 1.
And you will always havo heautlful Ureid,
Itolls und lllscults. Wholesale Depot, corner
First street and Indiana uvuuuo.
WM. M. GALT & CO.
DOOTS AND SHOES.
Ifc tlxo Only Slioo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMED
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
uo3 i'i;nna. a,v;.
This may do very well lor
Florence, but a
Would be better suited to
Washington taste and cli
nmte. The Cape Overcoat
Young men's garment of the
season. We carry fine lines
of them, London made and
New York made.
(Iiltcriuillonul lor Worlds C'lioiii.
liiislnosscoriospondeneo and logal testl
mouy; (JPI.1) MEDAL, 03.7 words per minute.
fclLVIHt MIIOAL. K5.U word" por minute
Memorized sentence (Hyp inliiutoj) r()0
words correctly written. (Callgrapli loss
less than 17.1 words eorrcotlv written )
J3 Send for "Testlmonyot the Uainera."
Wyckoff, Seaway & Benedict
Cor. 8th and "F Sts. N. W.
Instantly malilns Tea or CoCfee.
FHANCIS GAULICKS, Scoretary.
Dn. K. C. West's Neuvb anj ,D.iAis Tueit
mcnt, aiiiiarauteed spuoltlo tor Jlrstorla, Dizzi
ness, Convulsions, tits, NiroJi Neuralirla,
Headache, Nervous prostration eauied by the
Use of alcohol or tohaceo, WaltifUlneis, .Menial
Depression, tof tuning of the Jl'aln resultliu la
Insanity and loudlus to misery, decay aud death,
I'reiiuturo Old Aite, llurreiimus, tiss of Power
In either sex, tmoluutury losses und Spermator
rho.'ii caused by over-exemon of the Drain, self
ahuso or iner-liiduleeuc. llaeh box contulns
OHO inuiuu 11 (ivaiiuun., 9 1 u.., ', ou uuioi
scud the purcluieour written guarantee t3
rfiuuu ma mouer h .iiu .ruaiuicn uuus uut, Di
rect a euro, Uulirautcos Issued only by O.
OllItlhl'IAM, 'Druedst, Nilis Auet, 484
l'enna. are., between d and pth sts,
OIlTllELlQliOIt IIA1IITCAN UK CU11ED I1T
ADJIIMSTIilllNG DII. HAINES'
Can DBBifciilnacupof coffee or tea without
the Uiowudgo of the person takloult. Hlsab
solutolyUrmless, and will effect a permanent
and speedy uure.whether the patient Is a moder
ate drltUr or an ulcohollo wreok. It has been
(Mvenla thousands of cases, and In every tn
Btanoo n perfect euro has followed. I r NBVKlt
VAIIJ. Tlio system onco Impreituated with the
tipocltlo. It beoomes nn utter Impossibility for
the Honor appotlto to xlt. For sale brS. 1-',
W VUK. under the Khbttt House; 11. K. IIKLI'U
UNSi'INIl. V'ourteentU street and Vermont ave
T prv'cntxi and tally
dorin Ills t u the only
spiirlAo tor the certalncara
ot xhU disease.
O. U. IMG UA IT AM, M-. I ,
Amsterdum, N. Y.
We bvo sold Big Q tot
many years, and It baa
V TO 5 OATS.
UturkOU! aol M
D. It. DTOITK & CO..
HEALTH IS WEALTH?
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