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THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1885.
Deaf 3IuIo C'ollerte.
i( tr Ycslcrelay was presentation day at tuo
National Dtof Muto Collogo. Tho exor
cises woro held In tho chapel. Hot. A. W.
ritzor oponcd with a prayer which was In
terpreted to tho students by Dr. Qallaudot.
Orations and dissertations by tho dlfforont
cnr.dldatcsor degrees wero spoken on tho
lingers and simultaneously road to tlio- au
dionco by an interpreter. Tho following
were tho subjects: "Tho Moors In Spain,"
by William Brokmiro, Pennsylvania;
"flcnius and Industry,1' by Charles Kcnoy,
Indiana: "Ideals of U(o," by Samuol Gas
ton Davidson", Now Jcrioy; ".Meteorology,"
by Philip Joseph Uafentob, Indiana.
Tho degrees woro conferred by Profo33or
Nowcomb, U. 8. N., who spoko a few words
of ndvlco to tho studonts. Sccrotary Bay
ntd was called upon and responded with a
abort speech. Tho benediction was pro
nounced by Dr. Clallaudot, nftcr which tho
visitors witnessed tho exercises of tho sta
donts in tho gymnasium. On tho platform
during tho presentation exorcises President
Cleveland sat at tho right W tho presldont
of tho college,,
Further to ffio right wero Mr. Corcoran,
Chtcf-JusUco Waltc, Juttlco MacArthur,
Secretary Bayrtrd( Kobort C. I'ox and dthors.
On tho left of tho president woro tho fol
lowing members of tho faculty : Samuol
Parlcr, J. W. Chickorlng, jr., E. A. Tay, J.
0. Gordon, J. B. Ilotchltias', A, G. Drapor
and James Dcnnlson, tho last principal of
tho primary department. Tho Japanese
Minister and sulto Woro nmong tho audi
ence. CARELESS DRIVING.
Jmlgo SiH'll Determined Tlint It
Sluitl bo Hioppoil.
A caso involving tho rclatlvo rights of
pedestrians nnd equestrians camo up In
tho Police Court this morning, whcnti03tor
O. Thompson was arraigned for assault on
J. H. Pratt of -157 Mlisourl avenue, in
driving over him on Monday night at tho
corner of Ninth street and Pennsylvania
avenue. Tho witnesses for the prosecution
tcstlMcd that tho accused camo driving
down Ninth street without paying any
heed to tfaoso crossing tho street. Mr.
Piatt stntcd that ho had nearly reached
tho eastern curb when ho was knocked
down nnd severely Injured. Mr. Thomp.
con stated that ho was driving nt a mod
irato rato of 6peed, nnd that Mr. Pratt ap
peared to bo watching another team.
Judge Suell in disposing of tho ctso ro
fcircdto a recent decision of thoCrlmlnil
Court in a similar case, whoro It was held
tbntbeforo a conviction could bo had it was
incumbent on tho prosecution to sho.vnn
intent on tho part of tho accused to nssiult.
As to this decision ho said ho was not sura
that ho was correctly informed as to its ex
"It is a well established princlplo of law,"
ho coutlnncd, "that gross carelessness Is
sufficient to provo a caso of assault. A
neglect of duty Is equal to a positlvo intent.
Why tho defondant Is not guilty of asssulc
is not obvious to my mind. T am not satis
lied, however, that ho was driving at a reck
less rato of speed, but tho degrco of ctro
mutt bo proportionate to tho necessity for
carefulness. A man can drlvo fastor in tho
country nnd unfrequented streets than on
tho A venue or at points whcio strcot3 Intor
feet tho Avenue.'' A fine of $30 was im
peded. THE POLICE COURT.
Frauk Myers, a burly negro, was son
ttuctd to three mouths in jail for brutally
flftaultluc n colored woman named Mollio
.Tohmon and kicking somo of bor teeth out.
Tho acquit occurred hi a low den bolow'
Tun gas-lamps will bo lighted at 7:23
p. in. nnd extinguished at 3 a. m.
Tin; Columbia Democratic Club last
n'ght elected tho following officers: A. A.
Mclson, presldout; A.St. Clair Donan, first
vlce-prcsldont; n. W. Garnott. socond vice
president; L. Gardnor, rocordluc secretary;
P. Berry, financial secretary; James P. Wil
lctt, treasurer; Dorsoy Clagott, sorgeaut-at-arms.
Miranda C. Dunnixoton has fllod a
petition for dlvorco from Wni. W. Dun
uingtou. Sho alleges that slnco tholr mar
liage, April 3, 1883, tho defondant has re
fused to provide for hor support and that
ho has cruelly treated her, nnd told hor that
tho sooner sho got a dlvorco tho bettor ho
would like, it.
Ma)iri.(1i: licenses havo been issued to
Edward P. Duffy of Baltlmoro, Md,, nnd
Mary J. Cadman; Frank M, Slrnms and
Sarah Glcasou; Joseph D. Whitacro of Rich
, mond, Iud,, audEmmaE. Mublhofor; Al
gernon It. McChesnoy of this city and
Agnes J. Ilcin of Wilmington, Pa.; Wni. II.
Anderson nnd Miss Thompson; Richard II. F.
Anderson aud Mary L. FranoU; Francis P.
Furnald of Now York and Charlotto A.
The Knights of St. Columbkill, at tholr
lust regular meeting, elected tho following
officers : Commander, T. A. DufTy; first
deputy, James Lawlor; second deputy,
John Maloucy; thlid deputy, Jarnos L.
Connor; treasurer, M. D. Stack; financial
tci'iotnry, S. P. McGrath; recording secre
tary, William Murphy; board of directors,
T. A, Duffy, James Lawlor, John Molo
ney, J. L. Connor, P. Sullivan, M. J.
O Bricn, James L. Sullivan, II. Brosnan,
At the last regular monthly mcotine of
tbo Board of Trustees of tho National
Homeopathic IIospIUl Association tho fol
lowing medical staff was elected for tho
prffciit year: Drs. Popo, Groot, Vordl,
Soniicnschinldr, Custls, Gilbort, Allen,
SwonuBtcdt, Rauklu, Munson and King.
Dr. Wm. R. King was elected oculist and
nurlst. Tho boatd nlso hail under o insid
ers tlou tlio erection or purchasoofn hos
pital building from tho appropriation nndo
by Congress for that purpose
A family FiouT. Isaac Bchelnborir, n
Hebrew unlt denier on Foiir-nnd.a-lialf Btruot,
neor V street southwest, was arrostoil last
nlelit by onicor Mulloy, on complaint uf his
bicthcr, Jacob HcUolnnerg, nnoihor Junk
dealer, for dlsordorly conduct, Tuo dissen
sion between tho brotbers grow out ot a recent
decision ot Judgo Hnolt In tlia casoot Isaie,
who was boloro Ills Honor a snort tlmo slnco
lor being" an unllosnsod Junlc doilor. Tuo
Judge took ins personal bonds f produce u
permit irom tlio license agent to conduct Ills
business, Tliu llconso tor carrylut' nil tills
business Is lllty dollars. Isano bolus a
poor man, tho magnanimous llconso u,'unt
Kavo liim n permit to couduct lits buslmMs
uutll homadoBUMclent mouoy to piy bis li
cence, Jacob, wbo had paid liU Itcenso ta
did not reel pleased at tho partiality extonlml
to bis brother, and to told lilin yest inlay. A
fuea wns tho consequence, wlilcb wound up by
Isaao benplng Hobrow cursos on Jacob, A in
Ilcenian, wbo was standing near by, board ilio
rufp, but as tho oaths used woro In tho
Hebrew language, bo did ucit undocstnu 1 if,
und thought they weredooply Interested In u
business nrgumuut, Jacob sworo out a war
rant tor Isaac, wbo was nrrostod na noovo
ttated, Tbo caso will bo tried in court ti- lay.
aicnulut; or C'oIorN In Nonlliiir.Wiix.
"Flirtations In soallug-wax aro tho liust
rnekot," said a stattonor yoatorday. 'Tho or
dinary rod wax signifies business, nnd is su;
noted to bo used only tor business lottoc.
Wack Is, of course, used for mourning nnd
condolencu, lllue means lore, and as wo nutD
lour or livo tints ot Hits olor, oacn atao or
the tender passion can bo accurately por
trayed, Whon pink la usod congratulation is
intended. An Invllutlon to n wedding nrothor
festivity is sealed with whlto wax. YarlojUod
colors aro supposed to show ooiilllctlng onn
tlous, Do you know that thimbles aro being
utllliod to boar soals? l'act. Tho designs ot
that tort aro mild Juel now, but aro dovolop.
log. Wll wotktboldoa up and think It will
becomo lasblonablo. Tbo odors usnd In tho
wox aro ravishing in their dellcaay- that Is,
tbo expeuslvo sort, Tho cliospor grades aro
nabod as tbo pomatum ot a lira-cent btrbor
ebop, Tho perfumery Is tho olemont or ost
In tho wax, A l'nrls linn makos tbo llnost Im
ported article, Tbo perfume or the burnlnc
wax nils an nrdluary.alEod npartment and
Hnxers about thoouveiopo for hours,"- (Phila
delphia Times. '
THB PELLET1BR OLAIfM
Tlio Colctirntcil Ciimo Nnliniltloil t
i:x..Iuslleo Btroiie for Arltltrntlon.
.Tho celebrated caso of Antonio Potlotlor
against tho Lfay tlon Govornmont for $3,-10(1,--10
damages, which has been oil trial in tho
Stato Dcpartmont for six months past, hai
Iccn submitted to tho arbitrator, ox-Judgo
Strong of tho U..S. Supremo Court, who was
agreed upon by both govoruinontJ tho
llnytien nnd United States.
This ca'o is ono of tho most thrilling ovor
tried, nnd sounds llko a novel. Pellotlor
'was arrested nsa slave-trader and his vessel
nnd cargo confiscated by tho Hnytlon Gov
ernment In 1801. II o was soulonccd to
death, but escaped from prison. and through
tho intervention of tho Amorican Minister
secured a berth on n vessel aud finally os
enptd to this country, whoro ho had pre
viously been naturalized. Ho was subjected
to vnrlous othor indignities and tortures.
Tho foreign govornmont was roprosonted
by ox-Secretary of tho Treasury Biutwell
and tho Marquis Do Shohiborn. Colonol A.
II. Jackson of this city represented tho
Tho testimony in tho caso covor3 moro
than 1,400 pages. Colonel Jackson statos
that Pellotlor has provou everything that
they chnrgo, whllo tho defendants only
proved that Pollctlor displayed a French
llcg in tholr waters. Ho controvcits this
chnrgo with proof to tho effect that his ves
sel wns In distress and ho displayed tho ilig
to clgnnl a pilot.
MORE THAN HALF WAY
Aro ThoRo Alct Who Olumi DtmliiONH,
niitl Woitlit do Honioililnir.
With spring fairly hero at last aud Nature
in a smiling mood, tho Inclination to look
about for ways and means to bottor sur
roundings is strong, With many last sum
mer's action of tho B. & 0. in issuing
Circular No. 7, with a viow of promoting
settlement nnd Uio establishment of manu
facturing and othor industries along its
line, enmo po&slbly rather lato for bonoflt
ing by its liberal Inducements during 1831,
But now, with ovcrythlhg rlpo for advance
ment and improvement, tho openings aro
most advantageous. Tho B. & 0. offers
freight transportation at half rate3 on houso
hpld effects and building material for dwell
ings or structures intended exclusively for
manufacturing purposes ; half pissongor
rates for workmen employed on such im
provements, nnd frco transportation for
families nnd domestics, first occupants of
tho dwellings constructed as aboVo, on tho
wlty to them, and thereafter low commuta
More than this, frco caro nnd transmittal
on passenger trains is tondercd for market
ing and housohold supplies of rcasouablo
bulk and belonging to holders of commuta
tion tickets. Tbcso concessions apply to
suburban and othor country sottlomonts,
and thosontall interested should commu
nicate with tho propor officials and secure
full data thoso east of tho Ohio to Vice
President Sponcor, Baltlmoro; Pittsburg
Division nnd tributaries, to General Supsr
iutendent. Plttsbuig, aud west of tho Ohio,
to General Superintendent Forcacro, Now
aik. Special Inducements beyond such as
havo been indicated may bo given to
manufacturing corporations, land nnd
building, associations, nnd individuals con
templating tho expenditure of considerable
sums in construction. In short, tho B. &
0. management will bo found right up
abreast of tho times, quick to discern tho
benefits to accruo from energy and enter
prise, aud alert in affording tho fullest and
Tlio Beat lint for Nummor Wour.
Tho hot weather will sion bo on us, and
it is high tlmo for'gentlemoii to bo looking
out for their head-gear. Tho colubr.itad
Mackinaw straw hats manufaatored by Dun
lap & Co., N. Y., aro by all odds tho mo3t
tasteful and comfortable, and these can be
seen in great varieties, together with ovory
othor kind nfscnsonnblo hat, nt Wlllett &
ItUuff's, 003 Pennsylvania avenue.
Tun TitunsDY CoscnnT. Tho tostlmoulnl
concert tendered to Miss UrnmiThursby nt
Albaugb'o Grand Opora-Uouso thlti ovoulug
prnmlets to bo on evout ol very unusual musi
cal Interest. Miss Tbursby's doparturo Is
made tbo occasion lor a farowoll demonstra
tion, teudorod by leading oniclals and citizens,
and for which tbo sate ot tlckots has boon un
precodentcdly large, Tho programme la n
very nttracttvo one, and tbo array or tilont ro
mntkoble. ronn'o orEni-nousc. Ford's Opora-nonso
was crowded to overflowing again last ovonlng
nnd tbo over-popular opera or tbo "Cblmos ot
Normandy" was rendorod In admirable stylo,
Tbo rmpbntlc manner In which tlio public
hnvo Indorsed tho enterprise, by which nsum
mor season or light opera at popular prices Is
secured, Is gratifying, though by no moans
surprising. "Martha" is sung to-ulght. Ford's
Opera- Houso will begin its second engage
ment el tho summer opera season next Mon
day, wbon Miss Dora Wiley will, with hor bril
liant rompauy, appear In Audrau'a "Mascot."
Tho dalmy graco and perfect art of Miss Wlloy
nnd tho Irresistible humor or Itlchard Golden
ntrcrd pleasant remembrances wbon thoy ap
peared horo with the Oarleton Company, Tbo
company will Include, besides Miss Wlloy and
Mr. Goldon, Charles Lang, Harry Btantlloh,
James Ollbort and other?, comprising thirty
olght persons, whoso ability Is acknowledged
as clovor artists. The twonty-llvo cents ad
mission prlco will coutlnuo during this en
gagement oua throughout tho summer.
THE FASTEST MILE.
Ti-nillllon of nu JHnco mill I.mly
Thome niRlnnco Trotted lu 2:OS.
"Hnlstou lu ..Yew Yutk Tirntt snysj An lntl
mnto Itlend or Dan Mnco has boon regaling
mo with ontortalnlug romtnlscences nt the
famous driver, Ono ol his storlos may mildly
bo called a Httlo astonishing, Maco told tho
talo to friends In whom bo trusted, but so
crccy was always imposed upon bis hearers;
for, though It was perhaps tbo toxt or tho
chief boast ot his lire, thero w.iro somo
phaeos ol It In which, tor apparent roasonu,
ho took no pornonal pildo.
"Yenrs ago," began my authority, "wbon
toity-pounu aulklos nnd shin and pastorn
boots wero unknown, Lady Thorno hoadod tho
list ot trotters. Dan was tho only man who
could over got tbo last loop out of her. Tricky
nnd u trlllo mean when sho was stale, tbo mare
sometimes got Dan nut ot patience. Ono hot
Friday morning In July, when Maca wont to
her stall, tho nulmnl wns uuusunlly ugly. Al
most fiercely sho turuod upon 'Old llluo
Jacket' and fastened her teoth upon his
shoulder, Dan was hurt and Dan was mad.
Ho ordered bis men to put n strong brldlo on
tho beast nnd tako hor Into n cjvored lu
cloture. With the long brldlo rolnovorn high
etilogor bo had tbo men haul tho muro's hod
high into tho air, and then tiklng it now driv
ing whip Dan laid It on with might and main,
Bhutitlng and yelling at tho nmio continually.
UrenU nwny sho could not, and bofore tho old
man got through with her sho was covored
with loam and trembling llku fin aspen loaf.
A wild, frightened look was in bor tyt nnd if
over a liorso nppnarod hoartbrokeu Lady
Thorno did mi that July day,
"Dut Dan's lro was not nppo-isol, 'lljok
h(r up' ho said to 'Wily' Hunter, who was
wlthblmtbou ns his bond groom: 'book
her up nnd tako this watch and catch my ec
ond mtlo. I'll loosen hor up n bit on tho llrtt
mile, and tbon I'm going to sond her on tho
repeat ror oil sho Is woith. You tako that
time.' 'Sow, my old girl, I'll llx you,' ho said
stonily, as hn caught tho rotus behind trtn
affrighted horse. Ho senmed to hold imr
hick with dim ulty on tho first mile, Hlio
feoten thatctutl whip. Gradually letting bor
out sho cntno down to tho starting pist for tho
second mile llkon Hash, nnd away sho wen),
"l'ho watch snapped as It bogan timing a
mile, which Dan Mnco avorred to his dying
ilny was ih fastest over spun by a trotting
horoolnnll thowoild. How bo yellodl How
lmlald ontho lithl Uo acted llko a maniac,
Undur every blow Lady Thorno sped ntopg
faster and fatter, whtlo gaping, nwe-strickon
noitlorH looked on In spfcohleBa nmizamout,
for such trotting as this not ono bad ovor
dared to evor dream or. Down tho back
btrotch tore tho maddenod antmal, too rclgbt
onod to break, trotting squarely without a
skip, Around tho lower turn and down thu
stroioli tailed tbo more, whlto with roam,
spocklod with blood, within 100 reetor tho
wlro Mace let out a screech more nidoous oven
tban any that had preceded It, Lady Thorno
Mow through tho air rostor still, ond like
lightning shot undor the wlro. Huntor looked
at tho stop-watch, grew palo aud shut tho casa
vltri a vehement snap,
"That watch marked 2:08," satd my onthu
slasllo friend, "and 3:08 It was."
lam willing to tako tuo word ot Illlly nun
t-r and tho word or Dan Mnco that Lady
Thorno on that day trotted tbo rastest mile
this world over saw.
In It Iiisllilol
Report comes that General Grant's Im
proved condition is duo to tho fact that lm
is using a "slmplo vegetnblo preparation''
forwarded by ono of our consuls from South
Araeilca. nnd sent him by tho Surgeon
General! Is It posslblo! Bynn "unauthor
ized'' remedy? Shocking I
And jet, If this "slmplo vcgetablo pre
paration" wero owned nnd ndvortlscd by
any ono ns n specific for this torrlblo dis
ease, certainly tho Surgcou.Gcnornl would
nor. commend It, nor would bigoted physi
cians prescribe It !
Ntvcrtbcleis, it Is a fact that many of tho
best proprietary medicines of tho day, as
tho Into Dr. J. G. Holland statod liii'cn'6
iirr's Monthly, wero moro successful than
many physicians, and moat of thorn, it
should be remembered, woro at first discov
ered or used In actual medical practice.
When, however, any shrewd porsons, know
ing of their vlrtua aud foreseeing tholr
popularity, secured nnd advertised thorn,
then, In tho opinion of tho bigoted, nil vlr
tuo went out of them!
Isn't this absurd!
Wo bcllovo tbnt a remedy, if properly
made, Is just as effective when put tin, ad
vertised nnd sold in bulk, ns when dolod
out to patients at cnonnons expeuso by
If General Grnnt is getting hotter through
a slmplo unauthorized vcgetablo prepara
tion whoro Is tbo vaunted vxclustvo skill of
tho medical profession!
Apropos of tho suspension of somo very
prominent members by tho Medical nnd
Chiruglcnl faculty of Maryland, for Indors
ing ndvcitlscd remedies, tho UaUlmore
American (April 23) says that 'when n
patent mcdlclno goes on year after year
widening its clrclo of bcllovops, It la a
pretty fair ovldcnco that there is morlt in
it. Tho regular doctors may Ignore it, aud
expel any of their members who uso It, hut
when thoy do so tholr action looks more like
tnvyngainsla successful remedy than t irtii!
tlctirc to protect the public." Tho failure in
tho Garfield and Grant cases, tho American
thinks, nnd properly, ha3 knocked profes
sional pretensions higher than a klto.
But this is not a singular Instance of un
professional power over "incurablo dlsoasus."
That "slmplo vcgetablo preparation" now
oveiy where known ns Warner's cafe cure,
wns onco an authorized remedy; was pro
nounced a "god send1' to tho modicnl pro
fession for tbo cure of kidnoy and liver dls
oidcrs, malaria, general debility, spring
feebleness, fcmalo Irregularities, etc., by
many leading physicians, but whon tho
formula was fully perfected, nnd tho modi
cine advertised so thatovcry snfforor might
know of It nnd treat himself, thou tho pro
fession turned upon it and lot their patients
din rather thau to uso It I
This is certainly n strnngo proceeding,
but it Is on a level with all tho rules aud
regulations of a codo which ha3 gone so far
as to forbid a physician displaying beyond
a certain sizo his uamo nnd profession upon
his sign I
But the world moves, and merit wins tho
A CHINESE PRINTING OFFICE.
PrcHsworlt Thru iNHIouor Tlirtu Hon
A reporter of tho fiui I'Veiiicsco Report,
who recently mado n trip to tho Chlno3o
quarter says that a visit to a Chlncso print
ing establishment Is productlvo of much
that is Interesting. Movcabto type3 aro in
uso in thu San Francisco Chlncso nowspnpor
offices. Thu manner of uotting a Culueso
newspaper ou tho press nnd printing It Is
very primitive. Tho editor takes Amori
can newspapers to friends, from whom ho
gets a translation of tho matter ho needs,
aud after getting It written in Chinese In
a manner satisfactory to him ho carefully
writes It upon paper chemically prepared.
Upon tho bed of tho press, which is of tho
stylo that went out of uso with tho last
ceutury, is a lithograph stouo. Upon this
tho papor Is laid until tho iulproislou of
th6 characters is loft there. A largo rollor
is inked and passed over tho stono after it
has been dampened with a wot spougo, aud
nothing remains but to tako tlio impression
upon tho nowspspor to bo. Tho Chlueso
pressman prints thrco papers every livo
minutes, livo papers in tho samo tlmo less
than Benjamin Franklin bnd a record for.
A Chlncso printing oillco has nevor boon
struck by lightning.
Tho llfoofu Chlncso journalist is a happy
one. Uo Is frco from caro aud thought, nnd
allows all tbo work ol tho establishment to
bo done by tho pressman. Tho Chlncso
compositor has not yet arrived. Tuo
Chlncso editor, llko tho rest of his country
men, Is imitative. Ho docs not dopoud up
on his braiu for editorials, but translates
them fiom all tho contemporaneous Amori
can newspapers ho can got. Thoro is no
humorous department in tho Chinoso news
paper. Tho uowspapor oillco has uo ox
changes scattered over tho floor, and In
nearly all othor things it diffors from tho
American establishment. Tho editorial
room Is connected by a lnddor with buuks
on a loft above, where tho mannclug oditor
sleeps, and noxt to It is, invariably, a room
where au opium bunk and a layout reside.
Evidences of domestic lifo aro about tho
placo, pots, kottlcs nnd dishes taking up
about as much room as tho prc33. In ouo
Instauco, on Washington street, a barber
shop Is run in tho samo apartment with tho
editorial room, nnd, In all casos, no disposi
tion is shown to elcvato tho position of tho
"ptintcr" abovo his surroundings. If an
editor finds that journalism docs not pay,
he gots a job washing dishes or chopping
wood, and ho docs not think ho has de
scended far, cither.
An Allrircd Nliruillcntit l'aeit.
Au old member of tho District hie statod
to a CniTio reporter this morning that It Is
a fact of Eomo significance that Judgo Will
iam M. Merrick was ono of tho counsol for
tho memorialists before tho joint select
comraittco of Congress that abollaho.l tho
lato Board of Public Woiks of thla city;
that Lyman K. Bass was ono of tho mom
beis of tho Houso branch of tho committee,
and that ho wyis at tho tlmo a membar of
tho law firm of Bnsn, Cleveland & Co, of
Buffalo, N. Y. This Mr. Cleveland Is now
Picsldcnt of tho United States, aud has had
It in his power to confer tho recent honor
on Judge Merrick by making him Associato
Justice of tho District Supremo Court.
Lady Lonsdnle, tho hcrolno ot various society
fciimlnls In London, wan quietly married In
that city to-day to Karl Do eiroy, tho only sou
of Lnnl Itlpnn.
llvcrj strain or cold attacks that weak back
, ana nearly prostrates jouj
BEST TONIC ?
Strengthens tho Bliuclen,
. . Steadies the Ncrvr.
Enriches tho Blood, GlvisNcsv Vigor.
Die. J, U MTsns. Fairfield, Iow, iwyi
"Urown'u Iron lilltora la thoboBt Iron medicine I
1itb known In niy 80 ior' practlco, ItuiTofoond
it upeclallv benelfoUl In nmous or phynical oihana
tlou. and In all deblllUtlna ailraonta that bear ta
heavily cai the yateiu.Uea it f reuly In my own family,'1
Gonuinojias trada mark nnd (Tossed red lines OU
Wrappir.'f'ruke no other. Mado only by
UltOWN CHKUICAL CO.. IIALTIMOKt, UU.
LADrES' JUnd U00K-ueful and attractive, con
UlnlnglUt ot prize for recipes, Inrv-miation about
culpa, t-to,, awon away by all dealers in medicine, or
Wailed (v any mtdrvM v retvlvt vl 2. ttawP. .!.
BRMVf p 1
iDll 1 I II 1& THE
Trip orilio Soclnly Down lo thoNtirtil
Tho afternoon session of tho Amorican
Fishorios Society yestorday was dovotod t
'ho reading of interesting paporsby mom
lenif tho society. Dr. Tarloton H. Bean
exhibited to tho socloty a largo numbor of
salmon nnd tront of North Amorlca, com
prising a nearly complete sor!c3 of tho
varieties of theso families, after which tho
Society adjourned, to m6ot at uoon to-day
on tho Fish Commission steamer Fish
hawk for a trip to tho fishing grounds and
the Ui S. shad-hatching station In tho Po
tomac. On returning tho party will bo
landed nt Fort Washington and initiated to
tho luxury of an old-tlmo planked ahad.
Tho Hchool ltonrtl.
Tho School Board at its mooting last
night finished tho revision of tho rulos nnd
bylaws governing tho schools. JosophGur
ley, a High School graduate, was olectod
secretary of tho board at $1,200 per year.
Applications for teachers' positions woro re
ceived from Richard Gainos, William It.
Coleman, Mailou P. Kcono, Martha E.
Ticnis, William W. Tlbbs nnd William
Finctlon. Au application for a janitor's
placo was rtcoived from John S. Snyder.
Tho two-thirds rulo was susponded dur
ing tho revision of tho rules. Tho old by
laws on tho division of tho city In school
divisions was adopted ponding tho report of
tho commlttco of flvo appointed at a
previous meeting. Tho rulo requiring
teachers who wero applicants for promo
tion to pass an examination was chauged so
that thoso who havo taught thrco successlvo
years successfully and can produce a certifi
er to to this offect 'from tho suporvlslng
principal, tho superintendent nnd tho loetl
tiustccs of tho District, cau bo promoted
without examination. Tho by-laws as
amended wero adopted nsa wholo, to go in
to effect tho beginning of tho noxt school
Tho Nnv I'nthnllo Cnlvorxliy.
Tho commltteo appointed at tho lato
plenary council to consider tho establish
ment of an Amorican Catholic University,
bated upon tho liberal bequest of $303,030
mado by Miss Caldwell, mcots in Baltimore
to-day. It consists of Archbishop Gibbons,
chairman; John J, Williams of Boston; Will
iam H, Elder, Cincinnati; Michael A, Cor
rignn, New York; John Ryan, Philadelphia,
and Bishop J, L. Spauldlng, Poorla, III.
Among tho most lmportnnt matters to bo
considered nt tho meeting will bo tho se
lection of a site, upon which point thoro is
consldernblo rivalry, Washington, Now
York ntd Baltlmoro each being nuxious for
Wall Hired IJosslp.
Nkw YonK, May 7. Money easy nt II
per cent. Exchango steady cud quiet. Gov
emmouts firm; currency Cs, 137 bid; -Is,
coupon, 1221 bid; -Us do., 112? bid. Tho
stock market this morning opened steady at
nbout last night's prices, but immediately
after tho opening n heavy pressure to sell
tho Vandoibllts and Grangors was devel
oped, utder which pricos wcakonod and de
clined. Tho downward ruovomont con
tinued without interruption Up to midday,
whon prices were off i to 2 per cent. Afcor
midday there was a fractional rccovory; but
tbo appcaranco of tho improvement wns n
signal for another selling movement, and at
tho tlmo of writing figures are agalu at tho
New Yorlt Stock SInrkci.
Tho following havo boon furnished oy IJate
man It Co., banker, 1411 V street.
SAJlt. O. ,Ur.M.I NAMU. O. Itll'.M.
N Y Con..., 88'.i &a Ilrlo li'Jfc 10TJ,
L Shore...., GlUi 511, I. Nash. S'i,' anti
Gang nPacltlc... 4fr"t, 47'Yi
NWcrt....1 1)2 V nO'.',KJ Con.... 3IH,, ;)5
O M & Bt r. GivVd 6111b D L W... !Ii3i1u
OBfcQ.... 121121 Heading .. 15 15
Va Mall.... fid's, GlUl N Pa 17 HP's
WUnlon... G8 67$," prof U!)1 HSVj
Mol'a 04 84, lllls Oen.... 120 I2(J
Tex I'd l)i l)j Oro Trans litVji Kill,
Del tt n.. 70 13H., Ilocrc lei... USS, 111
Uenl'n.... 2l)7h Wabash .... 1
Tho Openlnjc Mnrket.
Chicago, May 7. Markets all higher
this morning ou accouut of cold weather
nnd reports of bad crops. Wheat and corn
Jc. abovo yesterday's close. Oats,ic. highor.
Provisions, Gc. advance
Tho following aro tho closing quotations of
tho Washington Htoclt Kxcbanso to-day as rut
nibbed by Messrs. Towers!: Qreon, bankers:
Washington & Oeorgotown bonds ll."
Metropolitan stock 8I!I.
Columbia stock :il
XoithCopitolfc O street HO'ti
Washington City Ousllght Co 41
Georgetown Gaslight Co Si'i
National Metropolitan Insuranco Co.... 05
National Union Insuranco Co 17
Arlington Insuranco Co 130
Columbia Insuranco Co t 10 ',
I'ntomno Insurance Co 4S
Illggs Insuranco Co elVj
Doord of Public Works Green 8s IM
Masonic Hall bonds 102
Washington MarJtot Oo.stocK 17
Washington Market Co.. bonds 105
Inland and Heaconst Co, stock... 10
Inland and Foruwu't Co. bonds - (34
Wnshlngtnu Illicit Machine Co. sock..,. OB
Danlc or Washington (10
Hank or Washington !!
National Metropolitan Uank 137
National Hank or tho Itopubllo
Farmers' It Mechanics' National Ilaulr,
Citizens' Nutloimi Dank U.
tiecond National Hank Ill
Central National Hank 115
Great Falls IcoCo 81
Ileal Estate Title Insurance Co inn
Pennsylvania Telephone Co .. f7
Ohcenpeako k l'otomno Tol, Co - HI
II, B. Uectrlo Light Co 41
CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
315 Seventh Street.
And Upholstery Materials.
115 Sovonth St. N. W.
Carpols, Furniture nnd Upbolstory, Now
Canton Mattlugr, a largo Stock ot IJaby Car
riages, and tho celebrated
Window Hcreena and tho Celobrated Wood
Loose Covers for Furnlturo a Specialty.
Carpot, Furnlturo, Boililiny, Dra
pery and Uphol8tory Wnrerooms.
W. I3T- HOBKB,
801 MAltKW BPACK, 308 & 310 8th ft. n. W
G. T. KEEN,
414 Ninth Street Northwest,
1222 V BT11EKT NOP. HI WEST.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and
(Kntranco on (llh St., or from Hotel Lobby).
l)y special arrangement with a Now York
House, I can 1111 ordors In Stocks ondcloso
trades at closing quotations up to 5 p. in.
Oillco opon from 8 n, m. to 6 p, in,
J. VANOE LEWIS.
TOWERS & GREEK,
Bankers and Insurance,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Transact a General Banking Buolncss.
Deposits Subject to Oheck.
Special attention pi von to Departmental nnd
other Collections: Buy nnd Sell U. 8. Ilonds
nnd oil District Securities. Wo lssuo
Drafts and Circular Lattors of Credit
on Europe and the East.
I). R, PLAIN.
w. n. minis.
B. K. PLAIN & CO., BroRBrs.
Grain, Provisions, Potroloum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth nnd FSto.
Branch onicot National llotol,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
City Itelorcncos National Hank or tbo Ro
Chicago Correspondonts-MILMINE, DOD
MAN ti CO.
Conrtant quotations of tho Chicago aud Now
VorK Mnrltuts trom direct prtvato wires.
V, 13, LILLEY,
T. A. KENDIO
F. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1427 F STREET N. W., WASHINGTON, D. 0
UIlANcn OFFICE1 8. Holllday 8t Baltimore
tafltniiway ana other Securities bought
and eoUl on Commission only, Btocas and
bonds bought lor Investment or carried on
WHILE MAKINO ItEFAIttS IN OUH STOHE
AT A MCnU BONO.
SHOES Sc HATS
ALMOST OIVEN AWAY.
f 1. SO Mon's and Boys' Prints i 1 no
7fioCblldb' Pants, ago 6 to 12 50
7 CO Men's Suits 5 00
$12 Men's Bluo Flannel ti 50
flit " " 10 no
$7.G0 Boys' " ' 500
J15 Gents' nnd Youths' Corkscrew,
brown nnd blncK 12 00
$15 Youths' and Boys' Oorltecrow (cut-
nwny) 10 00
$8 0OCbllds'KIIt, arm 2Vjto5 !1 00
JoChlldS'Kllr, ngo'i to 5 125
J "VST- SBLBY.
1014 AND 1010 l'ENN. AVENDE.
IEEl. id. bahi,
1111 PENN. AVE.
OyeMtiuES and Trouserings
01 my own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, please call, Inspect nnd leave yonr orders nt
THE LEADING TAILOIUKO EBTABLIsn
MENT OF WABTIINQTON. Best Goods. Best
TrtmmlriKS, Nono bat firat-clats workmen em
ployed at 1111 l'ENN. AVENUE.
EL D.- 33-A.RR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
E. B. BARNUM & GO.'S
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Olothiors,
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENOE.
Wo will oiler our ontiro stock or Ovorcoats
at ereotly reducod prlco?,
421 Bevontb strocr,
(undor Oild-Fedlows' Hall),
no21 M. F. E1SEMAN, Managor.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania, Ave. 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
SIB A.3STP 31B 7TH ST.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILOltS AND ULUTUIKUM,
Oirt l'KNNA, AVE., under tletropolltun Hotel,
Cau no botiKht
cheaper at tlio l'nlut
llulldlUR Kuiipllo, Nos. 008, lUO, UI2 nnd 911 II
street, three doors wectcfthe patent OlUce, lm
luedlately ruljolnlni; National itltlcs' Armory,
tlmiiatnny ether eslalulshment In tho city. If
ypuulsh tohuy even tho Bmallest riuamlty ol
whlto lead, oils, vnrnlsb colors, dry or lu oil. etc.,
tend yonr luldntn on a postal card and n piliited
price-list ol every article fold lu this department
wIllboBcnt to you by return mull, reaching vou
In n lew hours' tlmo by letter-carrier. This pi Ice
Hat kIvis tho prlco ol half-pint, pint, quart, lml f
gallon, Knllon,iiud ilveKallons of each kind ol
oll.turpi'nllno, dryer, varnish aud other llqtildi
sold by mrnsure; nlt.o, prlco per quarter-pound,
half-pound, pound, live, ton, tneuty.tlve and
UO pounds ol each article sold by weight; also, lint
and pi let s of mlscsllaueous articles, Tho pilcei
are graded nrconlliiK to the quantity bought.
ljriiu buyers Kct very lowest prices; Binall buy
rrapay u slightly higher rato. liy prices aro
llxeil. All bnycra buylUK thp samo quuiulty pay
the tatnii price. Thu Inpxpctlcnccd buyer nets
the same price ns the oldest painter If he buys the
Af:er examining my nrlco-llstsend yonr orders
by mffM'DKcr trlt-phone or by mall.aud they will
be llllcd promptly and tho bill, us per price-list,
collected on delivery, (looda delivered to nil
parts of thu city. , ,
The other departments of my business have
grown to satisfactory proportions. I now glvo my
special attention to tho Paint Department, and
expect, by havim; a full supply of tlrstclasu
goods, se-lllcK lui'iu at low M'res and maWlnc
frompt ilillvtrlea, to secure a liberal share ol
be public rntronage.
JAMES 11, McOILL,
Dealer In llnlldlng Hupplltn,
VU to, m ana SMU street.
Spig ai Siiier
For Gcneratlnn Stcttm.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by Furnace.
For Heating by Latrobc.
For Of en Grates.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
in llusbolc, Criiehod ' 70 MOHubUoIp, NotOrushol... 12 00
an UUBhels,cruihcd 2 CorJ5iiu8bois,Notcrusboi -j. oo
Dellveretl to Any Part of Wnshlnaton or Geo ( ctown.TjJn
IlTIDElFEinsriDElsrT IOE oo.,
Having secured our usual LA It U t U PL7 f tio host quality ot
Wo nro now prepared to offer It to tbo Citizens ot Washington at vory modorato rates, either
:f O XT 3ST 3D
Our BT0I1A01' CAFAOITY on tbo KENNKtino nlonn (nearly (10.000 tons) should boa sa'fo
Etinranteo for B CONSTANT HUI'l'LY OF TUU DEBT QUALITY,
our foclllt'es for hhndlltm len second to nono. Prompt Delivery nnd Low Rates,
Wo havnalBo a LAliOi: BUl'PLY (about 7i00(i tons) ot Ooot Domestic Ico, which wo offer at
Itcducrd Hates to linr.WEUB, DUTOlIEIlH, CONFEOTIONEttS nnd others In Inrrto nmounta DI
11ECT from cut IIOlES nnd HEroTH In OEOItnETOWN or DEPOT, Ninth st. wharf.
DI&COONT ON TICKETS PURCHASED AT OFFICE.
Office. 12ti nrtl Fennn. nve, No. nni.2. Depot, Ninth Btreot Wharf, No. 001-3.
Depot, U108 Water Street, 75L2.
MAIN OFFIOE 12th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. N. W.
llltANC'Il ui iiti:s
. VAMBYUIti;tj 3 U1IUU HlUllL', 1111
( V. B. JOIINHON'B
ni'.POT AMSTOItn lIOUSi:ss
0. B. OHUROH. Pros.
Wyckoff, Seamans &. Benedict,
Wnshlnrttnn Oillce, Uor. Ktlintnl tfStfl.
' N.WV VV '
A Remarkable Cure of a Horse.
In tbo fall ot 1833 I find n voluablo borso
taken with tbo pinkeye', resulting in blood
poison. After nlnu months ot doctoring with
nil tho remedies to be found In horso books, I
despaired ot a euro. Ills right hind leg WiB as
lnrco as a man's body, and had on it ovo- -10
running sores, no wns a most plttAblc-lootlng
object. At last 1 thought ot Hwllfa HpocIUc, and
commonced to usn It. I usod fifteen bottlos.
In August last nil symptoms nf ibo dlsouso
disappeared. Thero imvo boon no signs of
a (return, nnd the hoiso hns dono a mttlo's
wo:k on my fnrm over since.
JAJlns L. FLEMING, AUgUStl, da.
January V, 1883.
Hwlft'sHpecllIcls entirely vgotnblo. Treat
leoon Dlood nnd Sliln Dlsoasca mailed free.
Tnr, HtviiTSrycii'ioco,, DraworU, Atlanta
an,, or 1G0 w. aflii st n. y.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
Immedlato relief tor Cold In tbo Head, Bora
Nose, Catarrh &c. 10c. a box. For saio by all
ltEMi.uvrier.1!. Aictlaiof louthfullniirnilpiico
rnuftlntf I'romaturo Dccny, Ncnoufl Debility, Lotit
Alnnhnod, .to., hut lm; tried In rnlu ovory knanu
rcmody,haB(tifccotrcd nRimiilonititinHof enlf-curo,
which ho will bgiiiI rilEl". tiihlsfullow-mirerere.
Addrcii), J.U.KEE VEW, J Chatham rit-.Nmv Yorlt.
ti coiuieteiit biiNiiiess iiiimiKr fir
iiuiB) n.r. tii,ni.iiAiiAii.Aui ecouiroi
ilng numbor ot local agencies) tor excluslvo
talo of our Improved Machines, Hank with
tho Tolepbono. Over 7,000 In service. In
dorsed by highest mercantile, corporate nnd
expert authorities, over r0 ugonclos estab
lished paying from GO to 1(10 per com. on In
vestment every 00 days. Baloa lu Now York
city approximating WOO por day. Aggrognto
snlcaover J!50,000 for January, 1885, Appli
cants must furnish Urst-chus cruduntlnls, aud
deposit fiom l,t00 tof'.',O0O cash security
not bonds ror goods lu tholr possession,
THE NATIONAL G. S. CO.,
21 East Fourteenth Htroer,
npd-30t NEW YORK.
Chica-f are'ai noiiscfornisliii Ciooils,
AT LOW FI1I0E3.
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
"108 SEVENTU ST. NOllTnWEST.
SCHUTZ'S mi WAUKEE LAGER
THE DEST IN THE DlaTltlOT.
SAMUEL C. PALMCR, Aocnt.
1U21 TWEN'l i'.NINTU STItEET N011THWE3T
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
TWO TP.AINH DAILY BKTWEBIN ALEX.
ANDUIA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave Washington nt $:& a. m. mid 4:23 p. m.
and Alexandria at 0:35 fi. m. and 4-33 p. ru. Fau
Liesburg, goliig westward, at 11:30 a. m, aud 6:19
P. ru., and tirrlve at Hound mil at 12:19 p. in. aud
7:2 p. m.
Leave Hound Hill at 3:30 ft. m. and 1:33 p i.
FaaLeesburK,i;oliiccastnard,Rt 6:U u. m, and
3:17 p. m md arrive at Alexandria at 8:0J a. in.
nnd 7:17 p. ru. and at WHiblustoo at 8:15 a, m, aud
'SUNDAY TltAINfl Icnvellound Hill at 8:S0a.
m, and 4:o5 p, in. Arrlv.sul Alcxiuutrlnat S.lUa,
m. and 7:17 p. ro. nnd Wiuildngton at b:15 a. m,
and ":lf p. lu. Leave Washington ai 8.23 a. m,
arJdS:03 p. in., Alexandria at V.ii a. ru.aud t-:U
p.m.; pnw Lectburg, going eiuttnard, at6:12a.
ru. and 3:17 p. ni.t westward, 11:SS a. m, aud 10:1!
V,Ta' H. M, Iinoi'IIY, Superintendent.
DAILY I.INETO NORFOLK ANU l'ORTUF.39
lluiuur. btefiincrtt Qoorgo Loury aud
Excelsior, commencing May il, 1835.
Ono ot those popular utoamers will lenvo
Sovcntli-street wlinrf DAILY, except SUNDAY,
at 5 110 p, in For particulars Impiim nt Oom
pnnj e oillce. 7th st. whnit. Te-lephouo No,
Tlfi-il. WjF WLL0I1, Ooneral Agout.
t OW I'AJIKH
j rOUTHKbSMONnOKAND NORFOLK.
Flllbl OLAbHFAHK.ll ItOUNI) THU'.tl.S,
bii'iuiKT JAKE WOSKLEV Monday, Wednes
day nnd bnturday at 3:30 p. in.
I'usstite aud rooms secured at Ocuoral Otllcc,
BlxlliKin-tt i barf. Telephone call, UI,
I'OTOMAO RIVEK !l.ANDIN(lM.-6teamor
TI LOMFKON Monday, Wednesday aud Friday at
7 a.m. nol3
VjT. VKIINONI MT, VIIUNONI
BTKAMElt W. W. COKCOItAN JiltTTtlBlli
Leaves Reventhstrect whart dally, except Ban.
dav. for Mt. Vernno at 10 o'clock a. m.i relnrnlnr.
realties Washington about 3:30 p, m.
L, L. BLAKE, Captain.
II Is Enslly lonltcd.
It Makes n Quick, Hot Fire.
It Does Not Bum Out tho Grate
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
DltUO 8T0IIE, flth and F sts n. w.
lltli and U'sts 11. w.
Wo (I It Coal Yard, lltli st. and It. I, ave, n. w.
- :il08 Wnterst, Ooorpotonn.
1 ltoad, abovo Aiptcduct llrlJgo.
W. H. YEHKES, Supt.
BALTIMORE &0H10 RAILROAD.
SOHEDULK IN KFFP.irT BUNF.AY MAY 3,
1SS3, UNTIL FUlVrilKIl NOTICE
leave Washington Irom Station, corner tw
Jersey nvrnun and O street,
.lor CtilciiKO. lua. m. nnd lo.lo p. m. dally. Tho
lOn in. Is a fwt Limited Kxprcssto l'litibureh
aid Chicago, arriving in Pittsburgh at 7-JOp. ui,,
ChlciVKqiiKXt tr.ornfni.-at s.61. No extra tare la
ehurptil on this tiuln for Inst time.
I'tirCliicliinall.Loulsvlllo and Bt. Louis dally
at J.M1 p. in. and low p. in., with through coachta
and l'nlnco Hle-r-plng C'iiih to above poliila with
out change. U.lup. in. tiuln Ian fast llmltrd train
to Cutltiuatl and ht. Louis, arriving In Clric.u
nati next morning ut 7.43, Bt. Louis 0.30 p. in. No
extrn Inrn Is chaigrd on this train for fast time-.
For Flllstmgh t 10 a. m., with Parlor Car. and
'.MOP. m. daily la I'IItshurh: Cleveland aud Jlo
troll, nun sleeping curs lo Pittsburgh.
lor llnllltnnre dm it tide days. 3, 8.10. 0.40, 7. 'O,
S 30 nnd lo oiu.rol:'.lo, 1.55. H.15(4S-ralnute train),
J3II. 4.W. -HO, 8 40. (140, 7, B.Mntldllp. m.
lor Ilnltlmcro nn ynndnTS, ei.10. 7.3e', S.EO nnd
If .15 n. m.. 1.25,1.80, 3.80, 4.40, 6.40, (i 40. 7, S.25
and 11 p in.
For poluis on tho Hhenandnnh Valley Itnllrond
f.nd olnla Houth, n.'jj a. m and 9.10 n, m. dally.
ty.'S n. ru. train has Pullman fileepcr from Wnsfi
Inrtun to Ne-w Urlcans,
Jfcor Annapolis, c.40 n. in, and 12.10 and 1.30 p, m.
on Snndav. s.lo a. m.. 4 40 n. ru.
forwayatanons hetwi-cn Washington and lml
tliucre, 5, 0,40, 8.30 a. ru., 12.10, 3.Si, -140. 7 nnd
II p. in. On ftum:js,U3u a. m l.au, jso, 4.40, 7
aril il p. m. For stutlona on Melroiolltnn
Iiiunch,7.:3u. m, dally, except Sunday, and S.iO
p.ni.einlly: 4.40p. in. dally, except Sunday, for
prlnrli ui Cations ou Mctiopolltan Branch: s.40n,
in. itnlly on Bunduy stops at all stations; lor
Li-xlnglt'ii,titniinlcin aud Valley Draucb, 8.10 n.
m, elr.ily except fcundnv: for Frederick, 8.10b.
m.. 4.4U p. m. dally, ex rent Bundav.
J- or llngerstown and Winchester &40 a. m. dlly
rxript un(lay, anil 3.30 p. m. ilally to Hagcrs
toiiii. dally except Bunday to Wlncnester. ,
. Iralta arrive irom tho West dally, 0,7.20 a. m,
1.15. f.'io p. m.
From Annapolis, 8.30 n. m. and 1.50 and 5.03 p,
m.: Bunday, 10.33 a.m., r,,33 p. in.
From Lexington, 3.3Up. m, dully, except Ban.
From Frcdeilck and lntermcdlato points, 6.23 a, '
m. and 8.13 p. m. dally; except. Bunday.
Trains leave llaltlmorefor Washington at 3.10,
6,'iO. 7.20, II, I'.t S Illld 10 30 a. m., 12.13, 2.30. 3. 4, 4 20
5,C.l0, 8, Sand lip in. On Sundays. 8.30, 7.20, 9 and
DU3n.m., 1.30,2.30, 4.20, 5, C.30, 8, Hand II 1). la.
All trains nnm Wnshli'Rton stop at Kelav atn.-ak
lion, e-xct in 1.2.5, 3 15 aud 0.40 p. m.
For luillii r Information apply at the Baltimore
& Ohio ticket oQlcc Washington Station, 613 ana
1331 Ienni.yltnn!a avtiino, corner ofFuuru-euth
street, where orders will lie taken forbaigngeto
be chirked nnd received nt any point lu me city,
11. UUNHAM. CK.LOItD,
Oin. Man..l)altlmorc. (i. 1". A.
TO TUB SOUTH, WJST ISO SOt'THUEST.
double track:, BPLENDIDBOENERY.
IN EFFECT Al'ltIL 5, 1.U.
TItAINH LEAVE WAB11INOTON Irom Btatlon.
corner Blxth and UstrtetH.aalnllovvs:
For Plttsbuig and tho West, Cnlcago Limited
txiircha or I'alato Bleeping Cars at 10.50' a. ra,
dallys 1 ast Line, W.30 a. in, dally to Cincinnati,
Bt. louls, with Blrer Ing Cars Irom Hnrrlshnrgto
Cincinnati, aud Hotel Car to Bt. Louis; daily, ex
itrt Baturdny, to Chicago, wllh Bleeping Car Al
lodia to Chicago, Chicago and Cincinnati ex
press, 7.10 p. in. dally, with Bleeping Cuts Wash
Inttou to Chicago and Hnrrlsburg to Louliv.lle:
connecting nt JHnrrlsburg Willi western Express
wlththiough Bleepcrs lor Cleveland, Loulsvlllo
and Bt. Louis. Pacific Express, 10.OO p.m. cnily,
lor 1'lttshurg and tho West, with through Blcepsr
HALTIMOIIE A I'OTOMAO RAILROAD.
For Kilo, Cnnaiidulgun, itochester, Jlullalo, Ni
agara, 10 p. m, dally, except Bntuiday, with Fol
ate Cars WashliiKlou lu Itochester. r
For Wllllnmsport, Lock Haven and Elmlra at
10.30 n. m. dallv. oxcent Bundnv.
For New York nnd the. Knst. 7.15, 8.30 and 11 a.
ui,,'.'. I, lu p.m. nnd 12.13 night. UnNunday, 4,
10 p in. nnd 12.13 night. Limited Eipteui 01
Fullniaii Fnilor CarslUO a. ru. dally, exceot
For Ilrston without change, 2 p, m, on every
week day; on Bii"rlay, 4 P. m.
For Jlrooklyu.N. Y nlllhiough trains counec
ntJcisey thy with bouts of Brooklyn Annex
anorellng direct transfer to Fulton street
at ottllng double fcrrlBgo across New York city,
lor Philadelphia. 7.15, 8 30 and 11 n, in,, 2,1.0,1
p. ui, and 12 15 nlKht. On Bunday, 4. G, P) p u ,
aid 12.13 night. Limited Express 9,10 a. VI,
dally, except t-umlay.
Fi.rlinlllrooie, U.35, 7.15, 8 30,9,40, 10.30, 11.00 n. c,
12.(3, 2, 4, 1.23, 4.40, 0, 7.10, 10 p. m. hBli 12.13 nlgl t .
MiL(lay,10 60,lla. m., 4,6,7.1010 p. m.andli
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.13 a, in, and 4.40 p n,
ilally except buuduy,
Fur Aucupolls, (.80 a. m,, 12 03 aud l-ip re
dally, except Bunday. Ou Bunday. 4 p, id
WAY AND ALEXANDRIA eft WASHING-
For Altxnndiln, (1.7, 025,1101, 11 .11 n m, 2.1
4.2U. 1.41, 6 01, it (Hand 11.37 p, in, OuSuoJ.iy n
n, I) 23, H.ol a. in., 8. M p. m.
For Itlibniond and thu houth, (land 11.01 a. Ti,
tlnlly, and 4. 13 p. m, ilally. except Bunday.
Trnlnsleuto Alexandria for Washington. ii.05 S,
IP, HMO a. m.. 1.3.05, 3-1, s,10, 7.U5 and 11,33 i,
ui. and 12 10 ur.dtilghl, except Monday. O a
Bunlaynth and 10.10 a. iu.,7.u3 nnd 10.13 p c.
Mill 12.10 night.
'1 k kits nnd Information at tho oillco, northeast
come nil l.lth streit nnd Pennsylvania nvtunc,
nmt at the) station, whoro orders caubalelt 1 ir
tbo e hci-kluKOl baggage to destination from ho
Ids nnd residences.
J. R. WOOD,
(leneral Fassengor Agect
CHAB. E. FUOII, (ieneral Manager:
Tho New Orleans Fast Lf;
SHENANUOAll VALLEY'liOUTHEltN SFM.'AL
BHENANDOAH JUNO,, LUItiY nnd ItOAriOKL".
'1 he New Route lo tho bouth and Southwest,
BCHKUULE IN EI'FJ-.U'F MARCH 1U. 11.
Uiaa A. M , Dally, New Orle'nus 1'asl Llue, For
nil points on Hue of Bhenaudoiili Valley, Nor
I. Ik ,V Wisleru, Last Ttuucsseo, Virginia and
Cleoigls Railroads, Atlanta, Mncou, Jackson
tllle, Chatianooea, Memphis, Mobile, Noiv
OrleanBaudlhobuuth and bouthwi'st. Full
irun Fa'ueoeleepliig Cars between Washing
ton alii Ntw Orliaim without chungo. Con
nectlng at Bhcnandoah Junction wlta Full
nan Cum, New ork to Atlanta.
Mill 1' M., Dally, Memphis Express. For nil
points fcoulli, Bomhcast and Bouthwest. l'ull.
innn l'alacu bleeping Cars between Bliennn
dciih Junetlon nnd Memphis without change,
connei'ilng at Cleveland, Tenn., with Full
man Curs to New Orleans without chauge
'linliiKleato 11. iO, R. R, Fostenger Buulo
comer New Jeisey avenuo and C street,
For tickets, sit eplug car reservations undan in
(ormallou apply at ticket otllces, tint I'ennn.
nve,, 1IISI Fenua. avv and nt depot il ,(s o. R, ':
and oillco ot tho Line, MOT Feunn. ave., wner
outers will be taken lor baggage to be called
In unypai tot tho city, A, POPE
E.J. I.OIKWOOD, lieu, Fnss. ATkt. At
l'an, uud Ticket Agent. ap7 ' .i
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVER. JiF. DEPOT, SIXTH AND W STtJ )
11,13 A. W-For all way stations, LexlUKton.Ky
Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, bt, Louis,
Dally exeept buuduy,
II A.M. For Newport News, Old Folnt Com
fort nut Norfolk. Dally except Hnnday.
'lhrough parlor car Washington Uj Old Folnt
Silo F. M.-For Louisville, Cincinnati. St. Louis
and Chicago, connecting lor all uoluts West
Northwest and Boulliw est; fust express dally,
dees not stop for local business; through Full
man tervlct) to Louisville nnd Cincinnati.
For tickets and Information apply at O. A O.
Railway ottlce, BU Pennsylvania avenue, under
National Hotel; Va. Midland Railway otllco, i.'H
Ft nn. avenue, nnd B. & F, fetation,
il. W FULLEPm
General Fnsoenger acnt.
C. XT. BMIT1T,
FRANK TUHKi.N.K.rMsemjtt Agent,
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