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THE WASHINGTON OHITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1885.
'old moKonvB" will.
Copy or tlio Imporfnut noonmont
Admitted to t'rolmto.
A cortlllcu copy of tho will of ox-President
Anurow Jackson, which was fllod
somo ttmo Ago, has been admitted to pro
Imto In this city, Tho object of probating
tho will horo Is said to bo tho Initiatory
stop to proceedings to rccovor somo valua
ble nnd historical papers of Mr. Jackson,
from which to writo n history of his llfo.
TJio papcra woro loft for this purpo30 tl
Francis 1 Illatr, and ho loft them to Mont
gomery Illair. Tho latter Intended writing
tho history, but died beforo doing so. His
ton, Woodbury Blair, is tho present custo
dian of thorn. Tho person instituting tho
proceedings is tho son of Androw Jackson,
jr., tho adopted son of tho oz-I'rosldont.
Tho will shows that tho testator when ho
died had only a limited supply of tbU
world's goods, but an inexhaustible supply
of loyalty and patriotism.
Bis bequests consist principally of his
torical relics, such as swords, pistols and
i th or orras. Tho docutnout also sottlcs his
blrthplaco beyond a doubt. Upon this
point thoro has boon considerable disputo,
Tcnncssco and South Carolina nnd somo
othor States claiming tho honor of lih
birth. In tho will ho speaks of South Car
olina as his nalivo State.
Each bequest of a sword or lmpiomcnt
of warfare calls forth an clorjuont pas3.igo
exhorting tho rcclpionts to novor draw
It without occasion and to novor sheath
it without honor. To his nophow, Androw
J. Donoltou, ho left tho sword prosoutod
to him by tho Stato of Tonncsseo, with
tho Injunction that ho novor fail to uso it
in support of tho glorious Union against
"forolgn cnomios or domestic traitors."
To his granduophow, Androw Jackson
Coffco, ho leaves a sword prosontod to him
by tho Illflo Company of Now Orloans,
with n similar injunction about Its uic.
Tho pistols of Gouoral La Fayotto, which
wcro presontcd by him to Qcnoral Goorgo
Washington and later to him tho testator
ho bequeathed to Gcorgo Y. La Fayotto,
Thno woro sovcral othor historical relics
of tho samo naturo, which woro all disposed
of with injunctions to uso thorn in tho do
fenso and honor of tho country.
LniiKBtcr, tho Murderer.
John Langstcr, tho brutal negro, who
is to bo hanged next Friday for tho mur
der of Pollcoman John II. Fowler, mado an
astonlton Mr. Woodward, ono of his keop
erf,, yesterday. Tho jail authorities aro
thoroughly disgusted with him. Ho is
eavagoand kcops his cell In a disgustingly
filthy couditlon and feigns Insanity, par
ticularly on Sunday at tho sorvico in tho
chapel. Ho was notified yesterday for tho
first tlrno that he would havo to dio on Fri
day and tho nows had a porcoptiblo effect
on him. Ho quieted down at onco.
Tho Spoliation cinlina.
Mr. Wm. E. Earlo, who was rocontly
mado custodian of tho valuablo records and
evidence of James II. Cans ton, In connec
tion with tho French spoliation claims,
has filed a potition in tho Probato Court for
more specific instructions, no asks that tho
contract bo mado specific as to retalnors to
bo held tomcot'exponsos. Ho notifies tho
court that ho accepts tho terms of tho court
to pay tho holrs of tho cstato twonty-flvo
per cent, of all claims successfully proso
cutcd. A NtnhliliiK Atfrny.
About 8:30 o'clock last night two col
ored boys, named John Grangor and Harry
Parker, engaged in an rflTray on Twelfth
si lect, bctweou W and Boundary northwest.
Granger drow a knifo and stabbed Parkor.
in tho back, indicting a painful wound.
Granger was arrested by OMcer Kennoy.
In tho Police Court to-day tho caso was
continued until Thursday.
A slight ilro occurrod in tho rear of
nnnconson's auction rooms last night.
MAnniAGi: licenses havo been grantod
to Nicholas Hill and Alico Hughes; Miles
H. Wiloman of this city and EinmoF. Bitos
of Chicago, 111,
Tho High School Cadets woro drilled on
tho ratadorounds at tho school yestorday
by Commissioner West, who was woll
pleased by tho manner lu which thoy ox
ccutcd tho manual of arms.
The West End Minstrel Club gavo an on
joyablo cntortainmont at Wlllard Hall last
night for tho bonoflt of tbo Woman's Ex
change. Thoro was a largo audience prosont,
and a handsomo sum was realized.
Tin: Alumni Association of tho medical
department of Howard Univoraity voted
that tho namo of Dr. W. W. Bohrer bo
dropped from tho roll, because bo is prac
ticing homeopathy. This action Is predicted
to result iu trouble
Detectives CAUTEr. and Edolin havo
arrested Joiemiah Hnycs for horsestealing
in Romnoy, W. Va. Whou arrested ho had
in his possession two horses. A slxtoou-year-old
boy who claimed to bo a son of
Hayes was also arrcstod. Hayes is also
wanted in Pennsylvania.
Chaiu.eh Crake, tho allogod bank snoak
thief who was arrested in Philadelphia
tomo days ago and identified as a man who
was seen in tbo Citizens' National Bank of
Ibis city, on tho day that Mr. Alfred Rich
aids was robbed, has been turned over to a
Washington oillcor for oxtraditioa to this
Tin: Potomac Trlcyclo Club last ovenlng
elected tbo following olllcors: President,
Goncral William H. Brown ; vicc-presiJont,
11. H, .Doublcday ; secretary aud treasurer,
Andrew Johnson ; captain, William 0.
Ecrlbncr; lieutenant, S. J. Halslott. Tho
club is in a prosperous condition aud has a
membership of nearly forty, about fifteen
A mei;tjnc! of tho lot own or 3 in Har
mony Ccmetory was held last night with a
view of forming a corporation to tako
cbnrco of tho cemctory and Jts affairs. Tho
members of tho original association aro
l early all dead, and tho placo is been in lug
dilapidated. Thoro is also about $090 ac
crued from thosaloof lots, which tho courts
will bo tbo ownorsblpof.
The St. Aloysius' Literary Society gavo
o very cnjoyablo ontcrtalnmont last ovon
ing at Goiuaga Hall. Tho entertainment
was given In honor of Mr. John 0. Sulli
van, who won tho gold medal awarded by
tho Catbollo Young Men's Arckdiocesah
Union of Baltimore at tholr last annual
meeting for tho best essay ou "How to
mnki) society mcotinga moio attractive, aud
their work more oflectlvo." Tho presenta
tion was mado by Mr. J. T. MoAvoy, projl-
dent of tho Baltimore Union.
thrown rnoM A House Robert Wade, a
pirinll wlilto boy residing on M street, near
Four-and-a-half street southwest, In ntiompt
Ire to rlilo n wild Indian pony nbout a o'clock
yettcrday afternoon on M street BouUiwesr,
was thrown to the ground and etamped upon
by the pony. Tho rorollneer of the left hund
vns inushod and ho wan othorwiso lnjurol.
He wnB picked up and carrtod n his homo
nod afterward removed to tho oiUco ot Dr.
Crook on Seventh street, whoro amputation ol
tiro linger was found to bo necessary, tho Doc
tor performing thaoporatlon.
A Disciustinci SimtT -Agnes lliblnson, a
wtll-drteaed white woman nbout DO yeara of
nee, calllnc horeelf a miiBio tender, was nr
leated at tho 11, .V l', depot by Ofll:or Aeton
this morning lu a beastly stato ot Intoxica
tion. Hlio was locked up at tho Btutlou-housu
to sober up.
Pitiu'tniM) l'on SUMjtun. Workmen woro
encaged in tilmmlng tho high grata ou tho
mall this morning for tho drat time this sea
eon, EAST WASHINGTON.
HVAliTSorOAK.-.ThnHoartsof Oak held a
picnic at Juonomann'e aardnn Hit nlRhr, and
awarded a cold watch to Mlis Ellsi atoWoala
for aelllng the largest uumber of tickets.
try Itepettl's Own, tho best shirt lu tho city
for tho money. Perfect la tit, mado ot oxem
lent cottop, with ro-onforcod bosom and -1-dIv
Ufck band. Frlce, 75im 1 halt dozen, lie
petti ft Oo., 110 B street southeast.
Fined Una of cuildren'a suite, Elaeman's,
Hevcnth and E. '
nHMIHISOENOS OF A. WAIfD.
Tho Rimo by Which Artomnn HnWd
Some l'rlntors From Trouble.
It was hack In tho fifties; wo woro all
rooming in "old 21," our bacholor barracks,
in tho upper story.of a huslnosa block on
Superior street, In Clovoland, A gay party
wo woro Sam and Gcorgo, Alf and Harry
and our third-story don becamo hoad
quatlors for lots of witty and Jovial boys,
who mado it almost a club-room In tholr
nightly visits. Among tbo most wolcomo
was Charity Brown, "Artomus Ward," as
ho was thcu just earning tho sobrlnuot from
his quaint sotlcs of humorous artlclos In tho
l'lalmlcaler, on which ho was local editor.
Brown, or Artcmus, as wo already hogan to
call him, was excessively fond of practical
jokes, and tbo fun thoy mado among tho
cliclo of his friends will long bo roaiom
bcrtd. One night, among tho small hours, Artc
mus burst luto our room tho door was al
ways on tbo latch rushed to tho window,
threw it up, and, loaning out, screamed in
tho shrillest of femlnino voico:
"Holpl hclpl Murdorl Help! Murdor!"
A rush up tho Btalieaso followed, whllo
Artcmus slipped into tho ncarost bed, nnd a
half scoro of polico dashed Into tho room
and summoned us to account for the
Artcmus sleepily ass u rod tho bluo-coatcd
gentry that no born woman was sccrotod In
our premises, and so woll onactcd tho sleepy
astonishment of awakened vlrtuo that,
after prowling in vain nbout tho room, tho
guardians of tho peaco withdrew, and wo
heard them ransacking tho building. Tor
qultoawhilo seeking for tho causo of tho
When nil was quiet Artomus oxplainod
tho rumpus ho had mado. Somo thrco or
four printors, who worked on tho i'itlii
dealer, had boon Imbibing too frooly, and
Charley Brown coming up found thorn lu
tho hands of tho polico, boing coudttctcd to
tho calaboose Anxious to rescue thorn, bo
concolvcd and executed tho ruso. Tho
piercing screams of tbo fcrnalo in distress
and tho cagor hopo of unearthing a tragedy
drew away tho attention of thonlghthawks,
and thoy let tho birds in thS hand looso to
purstto tho ono in tho Bush.
Tho liberated printors mado tholr shortost
way home, whllo wo dcnlzons of room 21
onjoyed tho joko as Artomus' last.
"Nestor" iu Iuglcsldo.
INCREASING THE WATER SUPPLY.
Itriiort ot OjierntlouH During tho
Month of April.
Tho Chlof of Engincors has received
from Major Ly decker his report of opera
tions on tho water works' oxtonslon dur
ing April. Tho contractors wcro ongagod
during tho month In strongthoning tho
cofi'cr-dam and preparing for tbo resump
tion of work in May on tho masonry of tho
largo dam, at Great Falls. Progross was
mado on tho various shafts of tho tunnel, in
somo cases moro rapidly than during any
provious month. Tho work of excavating
and lining will proceed moro rapidly dur
Tho work on tho reservoir was resumed
aftor boing susponded for tho wintor, and
an increased forco employed. Satisfactory
progress was mado but a furtbor incroaso of
foico is contemplated. Tho main connec
tions aro being rapidly mado. During
April $88,510.20 was paid to tho Howard
University, $-11,733 to Gcorgo E. Mooro, sr
and $3,125 to Lawronco Ulckoy, for laud
condemned and used for tho reservoir, and
$1,570.40 to Abrarn T. Fardon and $3S0 to
Howard University for land usod in ex
tending tho aqueduct.
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THE RBCORDERSHIP OF DEEDS.
Frederick OoiiKlans' Term or Four
To-morrow, tho 13th day ol May, tho
Honorablo Frederick Douglass will havo
cccupied tho position of Recorder of Deeds
for this District for four years. An idea
prevails among tho District Domocrats that
Mr. Douglass' term of sorvico closes to
morrow. Such is not tho fact, howovor.
Tho position which Mr. Douglass holds is
ono of thosothat only tho President's action
can Interfcro with.
In othor words, Mr. Douglass stays whoro
ho is until tho Prosldont soos lit to appoint
bis successor. Tbo President has not seen
fit to do anything in tbo matter. A good
dial of projsuro has been brought to boar
upon him, but ho has not responded. Tho
outcomo is that Mr. Douglass will for somo
time continuo to bo Recorder of Deeds. Aud
this will bo much of a disappointment to
The Circuit Court Jury DlHchnrccd
Tor I,ncl( of l'uiid.H.
Tho Court-Uouso autborltias havo not
yet succeeded in making any arrangements
for tho payment of jurors.uutll July 1. Tiro
Circuit Court jury was this morning dis
charged until Monday noxt. Tho Marshal
docs not feel llko taking tho responsibility
of employing tho jurors and giving thorn
certificates for their services. Attornoy
General Garland had (ho matter referred
to him yesterday, and ho is also undecided
as'to what action to tako in tho matter.
Negotiations aro in prog i ess with tho First
A Hlrcct FlKht.
During an altercation botweou Michael
Leonard nnd Richard Koran, at tho corner
of Sixth aud A streots northers',
last evening, noran struck Leonard
on tho head with a brick, in
flicting nu ugly and daugorous wound,
Olllcers Proctor nnd Branson arrested both
men, O.i tho. way to tho station tiro pris
oners fought tho olllcers dcsporatoly. In
thoPolicu Court to-day Iloran was fined
$20 for assault and Leonaid $" for disor
A Guy Old nmidvr.
A lively air on a violin will romotlmes tot n
whole llock of geeso wild with delight. On ou
occasion at a country wedding I was a wltues
of a curious porformauco by one ot theso aul
mals, Aftor dinner a lady .ontortalnod tho
guests assembled on a lawn with music from
an accordeon, a lloclt ot gooso were foodlng
In tbo road ust below tho house, and, with
outstretched neck?, uu9worod back with notos
of satisfaction, Boon a whlto candor com
menced dancing a lively Jig, keeping good
time to tho music. I'or several minutes ho
kept up the performance, to tho' great delight
ot tho company. Tho experiment waa tried
several times for a week or more, and tho tones
of tho nccordeon never fatlod to pat tbo old
gnndtr Into a lively dance. Maryland Jour
nal. Will Mr. Nhoriunii Wrlto it nnuh?
Senator Hhcrrnnn could wrlto ono of the m t
Interesting books, and ho has a fund of
matorlal which Is lncettmablo In value, rills
letters from his brother, General William T.
Sherman, running back for almost twoscoro
years, aro a history In tbornsolvos. Theso
letters are, I understand, vory full, and they
havo boon pennod under all Imaginable cir
cumstances. Many of thorn wero written dur
ing tlio rebellion, and eomo describe battles
almost Immediately aftor they took placo. in
reply to these, Sonator Hhormau wroto almost
as fully In regard to what was going on. hero
at Washington, and If tho Osnernl 1ms pro
orvfd his letlerf, tho twueotu would make up
tho most Interesting book t thu kind ever
publltbed In thin country. I dou't know that
the Senator contemplates wrltlug eucli ii honk,
but his health Is almost perfect, anil nhould ho
retire from tho Sonatu he could llnd rrotalnir
rnorolutoroetlng and profitable. Cleveland
FiNryr lino of 'children's suits. Eliemau's,
vth uud I..
The residence of Lo Coruplo SaU of 1711
PouiiBjlvunhi avonua was robbed lust night
of two diamond rings, two gold plus nud
other Jewelry to the valuuof $155.
"Alilerucjr llnlry Wiikous."
Fresh Aldcrnoy butter, churned every morn
Inir and delivered In ht lb "Ward" prints, l()o.
per lb, Also cotioge cheese, buttermilk aud
sweet milk, 6c. per qt. Oroom, 15c. por pint
THE MAXWELL-PRELLER TRAGEDY.
A Hotel CJiiOHt DlMcovorciI Who Will
llo nn Important Vltnean.
Congressman Qlovor of St. Louis, who
has boon in Washington sovoral days on
Uislucss connected with tho Departments,
hns unearthed a now nnd possibly import
ant witness lu the Prollor-Maxwoll mur
der. Tho wltnoss Is Mr. D, 0. II u ford of
llock Island, 111., tho president of a large
manufacturing establishment iu tiro West,
and his voracity and Intolligonco aro or
tcctcd to rnnko his tostlmouy imptos
sivc. Mr. Uuford was In tho city last Saturday,
nnd in conversation with Commissioner
Iliack stated that on tho ovonlng beforo tho
murder of Frollor was known ho occupied a
room with nnothor gcntloman directly op
jioslto room Ml in thoSoulhorn Hotol; tbat
lato In tho overling bis frlond and himsolf
wero startled nt bearing that which Mr.
Buford describes as "horriblo and Inox
plicablo noises" iu loom Mi; that thoy
listened attentively forsoino mlnutosand
becamo convinced that somebody in tho
hotel was undergoing tbo agonies of death;
that they woro about to mako Investigation
when tbo sounds suddenly ceased, andaftor
commenting on tho strnngo noises tho two
gentlemen directly permitted thu matter to
pass from their minds.
If General Iliack remembers tho conver
sation correctly, Mr. lluford said theso
sounds occurred lato in tho ovoning, which
would bear out tho tltoory of tho detectives,
tbat Maxwell's effort to choloroform Prollor
to death failed, and that whou Prcllor re
turned suddenly to consciousness ho
was strangled by Maxwell. Congressman
Glover considers this testimony so import
ant tbat ho telegraphed tho facts to St.
Louis this morning, aud thon left for homo
by way of New Yorfe. Ho says It will bo
necessary to prove by circumstantial ovi
dcuco that a murder was committed in
mom M 1 of tho Southorn Hotol, In order to
dlspiovo any attempt that might, bo mado
to show that tho body found was only a
subject for dissection,
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
Wall Street tlnanlii.
New Yokk, Muy 12. Monoy, 11 por
cent. Kxchango, steady. Governments, mtlot.
Currency Gs, 128 bid; 4s, coupon, 1212 bid;
lis do., 112il bid. Tiro stock markot oponod
feverish, and 1 to S lowor thau tiro closing
of yestorday, but after tho first fow trans
actions prices becamo steady and so con
tinued up to tho fint call. From 10:30 up
to noon, bowovor, thoro was heavy prcssuro
to sell all tho leader, and by midday tho
wholo list had declined to 2 por cont.
From this oxtrcmo dcclino thoro was a
slight rccovory oftor midday, but at tho
tirno of writing tho markot is fovorish and
New Torlt Hlocli BInrKet.
The following havo boon f urnlshod by Hate
man & Co., bankers, 1111 r street.
xami. o. :3r.M. naml:. o. iUp.m.
N YCen...! B1V 84 Erie 10 10V.
L Shore.... 51a 51V L & Nash, auii ;u
CanS " Tactile... so I r0Hi
NWest... ' OiVi, Ol'i, NJ Con.,.. U5Vi 05 U
O M k 8t T, 00i; (101,1, D h fi W... IOIVIOI'h
VH fz ().... VMV22'h Heading.. I
Va. Mall.... rm Dlkr'NTa 17 117
WCnlon ... fiBVj 08Vi l " prof UUMi uuifc
Mo Vn 0HH O&'n Ills Gen....
Texl'a OroTraus 13V 14,
Del & H.... 71 VS'i Hock ial... I
Pen To.... Iwabasb.... I
Tbo following summary Is by B. K. Plain .V
Co., St. Cloud building, Ninth and F streets
o. I 11. I l. c.
Wheat-June. 01 1 01 O0'fc 00'j,
July. 03X, 3H, 02Vi iw1
AUB. OlTinl DlTh1 Dl 01 "4
Corn-June. 17 48 I 47j 47
July. 48V 48U 471 47
AUB. 48Vi 40H, 48At' 4!)
oats-Juno. 84 a-ih ua1 ajt,
July. .'14j 311b 34 V 1 'Jl
Aug. 8!Hi. flOiii 80 UOHt
P01 k-a une. 11 22 11 25 It lalt lUMj
July. 1135 1185 1120 ill ao
Aug, 1145 1145 naawiiaavj
Lard June. O1T1 0 87Mj 1185 I 0 85,
July, 0 05 (IDS 0 02Vi' Uli
Aug. 7 00 7 0aX 7 00 17 02
11. K. Plain tt Co. furnishes the following oil
quotations: Closed yesterday, 78: oponod to
day, 78s highest, 7S1t; lowest, 78; closed at
The following are tho closing quotations ot
tho Washington Utock Hxchaniro to-day as tut
nlsbed by Messrs. Towers k aroon, bankers:
Wsshlnftton & aoorgotown bonds 115
Metropolitan stock HVt
Columbia stock 30
North Capitol k U street llj'i
Washington City Gaslight Co 4 '2'
Georgetown GasllRht Co -t 1 '4j
National Metropolitan Insurance Co.... (i'i
National Union Insurance Oo 17i
Atllngton'Insuranco Co 130
Columbia Insuranco Co ldij
Totomnc Insuranco Co 45
Itlggs Insurance Q. (Uj
Board of I'ubllc Works Qroeu 8 01 .
Masonic Hall bonds 102
Washington Market Co. stock 18
Washington Markot Co. bonds 100
Inland and Seacoast Oo, stock
Inland and Pnacoaht O-i. hnnds 01
Washington Brick Machine Co, s ock,. 1114
Bank ot Washington till
Iisr.kot Washington 00
National Metropolitan Bank 133
National Bank of tho Republic;
rnrmera' li Mechunlcs' National Bank,
Cltlztns' Natloual BaDk mfn
Hjcoml National Bank 113
Central National Bank
Great Falls IcoCo ,
Ileal Estate Tlilo Insuranco Oo ...
Pennsylvania Tvlepbonn Co..
Obpsaiitakn k Potomac Tel, Co.. -
TJ. B. Eleetrlo Llubt Co
0S ' 4
933 Pennsylvania Av9.
W. R. SPBARB,
XJ2STX5 E DRT J.JSL ER,
010 F BTBEKT N0UT1IW1HT,
Everything strictly llrst-clisa and on tbo
rnoBt reasonable terms, (Dump Chairs ti hire
for all occasions,) myl-lyr
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ER IT? "17 3E3DRL S.
H.H. WARNER & CO, Rochester, N. Y.
For SKIN ERUPTIONS
AND BAD BLOOD,
$1.00 A BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y.
W. T. HUDSON of Brownovlllo, Ala., makos
affidavit that four bottloa ot Wnrnor's Trrri:
canoe, tho Bost, cured him of a caso ot blood
poisoning ot twonty years' standing.
For Spring and Summer
$1.00 A BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER JCO., Rochester, N. Y.
Iter. WM. WATSON, Watsrtown, N. Y., ro
ports that his Vflfo la Indebtod to a thorough
tono ot tho syston nnd restoration ot lior
strength to Wnruor's TirrnoANon, tho bost.
TOWERS & &REEET,
Bankers and Insurance,
WAHniNQTON, D. 0.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Deposits Subject to Oheck.
Bpcclnl attention glvou to Dopartmontal and
other Collections: Buy and Boll U. 8. Bonds
and all District Hccurltlos. Wo lssuo
Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit
on Europe and tho East.
a. E. PLAIN.
B. K. PLAIN & GO., Brokers.
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum,
St. Cloud Building, NlnthandFSta.
Branch onico: National Hotel.
WABIIINQTON, D. 0.
City References National Bank of tho llo
public. Chicago Correspondents MILMINl BOD
MAN & CO.
Constant quotations ot tho Ohlcago and Now
York Markets from direct private wiros. .
F. B. L1LLEY.
T. A. KKiNDlO.
F. B. LiUey & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1427 P BTP.EET N. W., WASHINQTON, D. 0.
BBANCH OFFICE 1 B. Holllday St., Baltimore
IVBallway and otbor Securities bought
and sold on Commission only. Stocks and
bonds bought tor Investment or carried on
a. T. KEEN,
414 Ninth Street Northwest,
1222 F 8TKEET NOItTHWEST.
ROOM MOULDINGS, &C
Tho Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
411 NINTH ST. NORTHWEST.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
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Cheapest Boots & Shoes
IN THE CITY AT
"W .A. 3D 33 E -5rT a S3
COIl, OTH AND E ST3. N. W.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
laai) AND 1341 V 8TREKT,
And at Avenne Btorc0a PENN, AVKNUH
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One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
AOft avwxtmrr aqinuum
Ilndur Ddil.Vnllnoa' Hnll
E, C. Burt's rino Shoos for ladies a specialty,
UOOT AND HUOUniAKKIt,
T- H: VHHBHOPP
alc la Wan Vavtn. Window Blmiea. Hotnr
trtRtata, Mottuei, etc
H BJCVSNTU EfTAKXT HOUTUVHaT,
g (conyniOHrio. o
:' TONIC S
IIQUID BREAD, "
A MALT EXTHAOT,
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BURCHELL,
1325 F STREET.
PEAOEI PEAOEI PEAOEI
Y1180N'8 OELEnilATEU WUI8KY,
DIlFl'V MALT WHISKY,
ItOYAI, OltEAM AND CABINET WIIISKY,
Cm', Third niul A Nlreclo . v.
Wim & MIDDLETON.
Wholcsalo and ltotall Doalers In
Groceries, Fine Wines, &c.
AGENTS roil WEBNEH'S
A ruro American Wine. All tho bost Forolgn
Cordials and Bitters. Wo are also Aitonts for
tbo Cell brtted 0I.Y8UI0 WATKIl, and
Calvin Sliarer'8Wlld Cherry Rook and Ryo
McCAULEY & DELLWIC,
200 I'enna. avo. oast, nnd to
DELLWIG & McCAULEY,
Cor. 2d and 0 sts. n. 0.,
l'Olt rilllE MtOUA, JAVA, MAltA"AIUO AND
V HEN YOD AllE BUYING
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
Bemember you can get them at New York Frlcc
American Tea Store.
COR. BEVKNTH AND I BT8.
BJUtUUUK S HAMILTON,
VLouit, wine andhrockhyuekohantb
014 to OKI rcnua. avouuo.
WEUAVEJUST ItnOClVED A 1'INU LOT OF
Colore Black, Plum, Winn and Drown; In
stile, Cutaways, Bacus and'i'rlnco Alberts.
Price In Men's nnd Youths', $10 and $12;
eluewborn $15 nnd $20.
Our $18 quality felling elsowhoro nt$25.
Boys', ago W to 17, 8 mnl t"! worth $12.
Scliool, uo lOto 12, $7.5(1; valuo $10olso
where. Children'?, npo 5 to Kt, with knoo pantn, $.".
Kilt Unite, i3 nnd $ I : valuo $,i.r0
nt other places. Tho ruiiBon wo offer thorn at
theso prices Is wo want to turn them Into
money at once.
J". "W. S333L33-X
1014 AND 1010 riJNN. AVENUE.
ZEdl. JJ. JzjnLlEvjJbO,
1111 PENN. AVE.
OyercoatiDss anil Trouserings
Of my own Importation, How received. Gentle
men, please call. Inspect and leave your orders at
THE LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISH
VENT OF WABHINOTON. Beat Goods. Beat
TrlmmlnKs. None bnt flrit-clau workmen em
ployed at 1111 PENN. AVENUE.
H. D. BARR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Olothiera,
1)00 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Wo will offer our ontlra stock ot Overcoats
at creatly reducod prlco1.
421 Boventh etroot,
no21 Bit F. EI8KMAN, Manager.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania Ave. 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
Sie -A.3STX) 818 VTH ST.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILORS AND OLOTIIIEK3,
SIS PENNA. AVK., under Metropolitan Hotel,
HOTELS AMD RESTAURMTS.
1323 F Street N. W Opp. the Elililtt,
WASIIINGTOX, I). O.
t'lbo Clarondon, Saratoga Springs, N, Y.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
Old Established Ladles' and Qentlomon's
Oyster Saloon & Restaurant,
1010 PENN. AVE. AND ELEVENTH ST.
HARVEY & HOLDEN, Proprietors.
"IIAIIVEY," tho originator of tho Stoamod
1401 NEW YORK AVENUE, Cor. 11th stroot.
Permanent and transient guests nccommo
dated. Oara to all 1 arts ot thu city pass the
MRS. M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress.
W. B. BOWEKS.
II. 0. B0WE118,
Broadway and 40th Stroot,
nOIYKIlN ItltOTIinRN. Proiu-letorn.
roil ENQRAVED AND TRINTED
PBEE'S, 1343 F ST.
Plato and 60 Cards, $'J i 100 l'llutod Cards,
1, Opposite Ebbltt Ilouso.
Buy Your Books and Statlonory"
llaj Itntant. aurttur.
tr .Ol.utiluc, ...ml M
,tt fl'VIUI lilllli.
For Generating Steam,
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by Furnace.
For Heating by Latrobc.
For Open Grates.
FOll BALE BY THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
40 Bushels, Crushod , .'! 70
25 Bushels, crushed 2 CO
Jtey-Delivered to Any Part of
ICE. ICE. ICE. ICE.
iasriDBFBisriDEaNrT ice oo.,
IlavlnE secured our usual LAll E U I'LY ni tio bestqualltr or
Wo nro now proparod to offer It to tho Oltlzons of Washington at very modorato rntos, olthor
3POTJ3ST3D, T O 3ST OE O -A. OR 3- O .
OurBTOItAOEOAPAOrrv on thn KENNEUEO nlonn (n'oarly 110,000 tons) should bo o sofa
guarantco for a CONSTANT HUPP1.Y OP THE BEST QUALITY.
our facilities for linndllnK lco rocond 10 nono. Prompt Delivery nnd Low Ilatos.
Wo hnvo also nLAllOP. HI) l'PLY (nbout 7,000 tons) ot Uood Domostlo Ice, which wooffornt
? ?.,Ji,..M.d ltn,8 "CW1'.U8, llHTOIIEItH, CONFE0TIONEU3 nnd others In IarRo nnrouuts DI
BLOT from our HUUM:h arm DEI'OTrt in OEOllOETOWN or DEPOT, Ninth St. wnarf.
DIhCOUNT ON TIOKETB PUllOHAUED AT OFFICE.
wt, f na renna. ave, 51,1.2. JU H.roet Wharf, No. 501-a.
MAIN OFFICE 12th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. N. W.
I BTANDirOIID'S DllUO HTOltE, I th and I' BtS n. W.
IIKANC'Il OFI'ICr.S:- VANSYOKF.L'H DllUO. BTOItE, 1.1th and a sta n. w.
V. B. JOnNSON'B Wosd k Coal Yard, 11th st. aud It. I. avo. u. w.
1 Nlnth-stroot Wharf.
IIKI'OT AND NTOItR IKMJNKS: -! If 108 Wntor st , (lonrpotown.
I Canal lload, abovo Aqueduct, Bridge
0. B. OHUROH. FreB. W. H. YERKE3, Supt.
WyckofT, Seamans &. Benedict,
VllliliiKton Olllcn, Cor. Kill Hint KHts.
" 1ETAL POISOI.
I am a coppersmith by trade, ami tho smtll
particles ot brass and coppur from llltug got
into sores on my arms and poisoned my wholo
system. Morcury ndmlnlsterod broiraht on
rhoumatlsm, nnd I bocamo a helpless Invalid.
1 took two dozen bottlos ot Hnirt's Hpeullls. Mv
log?, arms and bands aro all right again. I
uso them without pain. My restoration Is
duo to H. B. H. l'lrrcit 11. Lovi:,
Jan. V, 188S. Augusta, Oa,
Wo havo used Swltl'fl Specific In our family
asauantldoto for malarial polsou for two or
tbreo years, nnd havo novor known It to tall In
a single instance W. c. ruiit.ow.
Sumter Co., Ot., Sopt. 11, 1881,
Tor six orolght years I surferod with ulcers
nn my right leg. I was treated with Iodldn ot
Totasslutn and Mercury, nnd I beenmo bolp
less. Six bottles ot Swift's Hpoclila mado a
permanent cure. H. D. Wlt.soy,
rob. 28, 1885. Gainesville, Oa.
Swift's Spcclllo Is ontlroly vegotablo. Treat
ise nn Blood and Bkln diseases mailed freo.
THE SWIl'T HI'ECIFIU CO., Drawer U, At
lanto, On., or 151) W. '-'!id et N. Y.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
ZLSTjSjLIILSr IE !
Immedlatorellot for Cold In tbo Bead, Soro
None, Catarrh he. 10c. a box. For salo by all
ltEMLOvriiEU. Ailclimof youthful Imiiruilciao
CfluitlnEr l'romaturo Docnv. rerTOllill)Dbilllv. list
Alnnhaoil. .tc.,liavinc tried In vain ovnry knonn
reiiicd.hasdlscovorod nnlmplomoanMof BcU-cure,
which ho ultl lifnil THEE tohlHfollow-Kuircrcrs.
Addros, J.11.IIEE VEb, 4J Chatham hl.,Nuw York.
WASHINGTON OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
TWO TRAINS DAILY BKl'WKKN ALEX
ANDRIA AND ROUND MILL.
Leave Washington at 9.M a. m. and 4.15 p.m.
and Alexandria at U.36 a. m, nnd 4 35 p. m. rau
Leeshnrc. going westward, at 11:30 a. m. and 0:49
p. in., and arrive at Hound 11111 at 12:19 p. m. and
7:29 p. m.
Leuvellonnd mil at 5:30 a. m. and 4:35 p.m.
Pass Leesburg, going eastward, at 6:12 a.m. and
6:17 p.m. ind arrive nt Alexandria nt 6.0J a.m.
and 7:17 p. m, and at Washington at 8:15 a.m. and
7:25 p. m.
BUNDAY TRAINS leave Round Hill nt 5:30a.
m. and 4:35 p. m, Arrives at Alexandria at S.OJ a.
m, and 7:17 p. ui. and Washington at S:I5 a. m,
and 7:25 p. m. Ltnve Washington at U.25 a. m.
andb'OSp. m., Alexandria at 0:35 a. nr. and 8:15
p.m.: pons I-ccoliurg, going eastward, at 6:12a.
m. and 6:17 p. m.; westward, 11:36 a. ru, aud 10:19
' H. M. BltOPHY. RupBrlnleiident.
STEAM DO ATS.
DAILY L1NET0 NORFOLK AND FORTRESS
Monroe. btamers Ueorgo Luury aud
Exceltlnr, commencing May 0, 188.", .
Ouort theso popular Muiimcri will lonvo
Seventh-street wharf DAILY, except SUNDAY,
at 6:110 p. in. For particulars Inquire tt Cim
PBuy's olllce, 7th st. wharf. Tviophono No.
"lfi-il. W. 1. WELCH, Ooiifrnl Agent.
T.OW FAHKS- ,
J I'OllTllhHI MONROK AND NORFOLK.
FIllM.OLAh KAJIK'h HOUND TJtll'.fi VII.
Wuninrr JM( UOiKLh.Y Monday, Weduts
da and hatiirilm i6.i(j n. in.
iVpsdrp ami rnorns eccnred at (Jcnernl Olllco,
SIxtti.Hliet't wharf. TcltnUonocull,!4.
1'OTOMAO UIVEH I.ANUIMIH.-Sleaiuer
Tl OJlhhON llondiy, w tdcfddny and Frldav nt
7 a. pi. i.oia
At tills iwasori nosrlv ftvirv linn npnH l n n. ., H..,n.
nortol tonic. IKON enters ititoslinti.t oiory plij.
alclan'a prosirlvtlou fur tUtu tvho need Luildlng ui,
I'or WcnitiieH, T.nNsltude. I.nplc of
i:ncrK, .V-c., If HAS M r.M)AI and
Is tho iinlv Iron nicdldnottint is mil inJiirlniiH.
It Unrlrlu'M tho Illood, liitlunriitt'H thu
It docs not tilackon nr Injure tho teeth, causo head,
acho or pruduco contlpatlun-Hirr Iron .nrtllehitt do
Dn. O. II . nrHKLKV, ft leading pujtlcian of
Bprlugncld, O,, Mat
"llrtmn's Iron Bitters Is a tliordiielilygooil medi
cine. Into It In my practice, and llnd itsoction
eicels all other forms of iron. In weaknoBtt nr a lovr
condition of, the pjttcm. Brown's Iron llllters Is
iisunll a poeltivo neccthity, It is all that is claimed
Oenulno lias trade mark and rrcrred ml lines on
wrapper. Tituo nn other. Mado only by
BitowN f iii:Mi()Ai.oii.MnsHiiti:,nt.
Lamrs' Hand BooK-usoful and attractlte, con.
talning Ht ol prizes for recipes, information about
coins, et., gtren away by all doalora in mixlloiuo, ot
muled to any adJiiua on reteipt of 2c, Hump.
if' iv fill
tMZ IH IJ HJ FHATfl P--
It Is Easily Ignited.
It Mnkcs a Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Burn Out tho Grate.
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
MOBusholt, NotCrushod a nn
1 25 Bushels, NotCrushod .......... a 00
Washington or Geo-t etown.-Tji
BALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD.
HCJIEDULK IN BFl'P.OT SUNDAY MAY 3.
16ta. UNTIL HUUTHF.lt NOflCfc
Imvo WMhlngtnn from Blatlon, corner Jmv
Jeiavy avtniie and U street.
IorClilcago. ion. in. and 10.10 p. m. dally. Tho
. .nJ.' Is 1'wit. Limned Kxprtss to l'lttstiurgh
ardChlrngo arriving In I'lttsliurKh at 7.30p. 3..
Uilrogqui-xt morufiufat s.85. No extra lire Is
ll.ivrr.eil on this trsln for last tlmp.
FirCliK'ltir.stl.IuMVllle. and St. Louis dally
at A .n p. ui. and in lu n. in., wlin through coachea
and I'lilacrS'cf Mug Cars to above points with
cut change. 3.S0 p. in, train Is a faat llmltid tralu
tnCitclnnatlnnd St. I.onls. arriving In Clncln.
untl nt xt morning at 7 43. HI. Lrnls 0..10 ,1. m. No
cM'ft '.."" I'1 rl""K''d on this tiHln f.,r fast lime.
For ratal nrgli at 10 u. m.. lih Parlor c'rtr.,id
t'dUli. 111. dull) 111 J'lilatiuTkh: Clevtlaad and De
Unit, with flipping pars to Mttsburiili.
lor lliUilmori, im eek-d.is. 5. ii.to, (!.,0, 7.30,
B.iiiaiirt lonta. ro . I.MU. l.i .15f4Vnili,uletraln),
3 I'll. 4 Jill. 1 41). 6 40. (J 41), 7. 8.21 and 1 1 p. UI.
l;or libltlrnoru on Mindaia. 11.il. 7 8n, 8 30 and
11.(8 II. m. 1.2S.1.3H, 3.3". 4 40, 5.40, 0 4'), 7. b.26
nnl II p m.
For pulMuoii thohheiiundouh Valley Itallroad
and points Soulh, 0.23 a. in uud 11.10 p. m. dally.
Mr, n. in. train has I'ullinun Sleeper from Wuefi.
lULton to jsew UrleHim.
l'ir Annapolis, 040a. m.and U.lOand 4.30 u. m,
on hundav. Biiiu. m..4 lop. in.
j orweysiations between Washington and Bal
timore, 5, li. 10, s.30 a 111., 12.1b, 3.KI, 140. 7aod
11 p. in. Ou biindays.ssu a. ta 1.30, .130, 4 40, 7
aid 11 p. m. For stations 1111 Metropolitan
Branch, 7.25 a. ni, dally, except rmnday, and 5 JO
p. rn. daily! 4.40 p. ni. dally, except Sunday, for
prlntlpnl stations on Alcliupolllan Branch: . 40 a.
11. dully 011 hutidiiy ators at all station.; lor
LexlDgion. Staunton and Valley llranud, 40a.
m, daily, piiept fcuudav: for Frederick, 8 10 u,
111,, 4. in p. ni. dally. mertHundav.
j'or Ilngeratiiwri and Winchester 8.40 a.m. dally
extipt htiridsy, and 5..10 p.m. dally to llagcrs
town, dally etcpt aunday to WiLcbester.
I rains arrive from the West dally, ii. 7.20 a.m.
1.15, l.'.O P. 111.
ITom Annapolis, 8.30 a. m.and 1.50 and 5.25 p,
m.: humlay, io.:n u.m., 0,35 p. m.
l'roin Lexington, 5.30 p. m, dally, except Sun
day. From Frederick and Intermediate points, 8.2J a,
111. and 8.15 p. m. dally; except Monday,
Trains leave Balilinoru lof Washington ats.li).
6.X0. 7.V0, '.', tl 05 and til 10 a. ra.i lil5, 2.J0. 3. 4, 4
t.n.tO, f , 1 and 1 1 11. ru. On Sundays, li 30, 7.20, 9 and
0 05 a.m., 1.30, 2.30. 4.20, 5. :w, 8, Hand llp.m.
All liuinsnoru Waahlimtiiu suip ai llelarsta.
Hon, exit in 1.23, 3.15 and 0.40 p. ra.
I'or lurilitr Informnilon apply at the Baltlmeie
& (.bin lit kel olllce Washington Station, 6 IS ana
Uil I'enmylanla avenue, corner ofFourteenlh
street, w hi re orders will betaken farbaicageto
bPdieeNd nnd received at any point In (necltr.
II UUNIIAJr. C. K.LOBD. '
(leu. Man,. Baltimore, 0, 1', A.
TO TllKIVUllTH, WEST AD SOIITJUVJCST.
IN irPKCT MAY" 10, 1883.
TltAlNB LKAVK WASHINGTON irom station,
con 1 r Sixth and II streets, as follows: '
l'tr l'llishniK and tho West, Cnlcago Limited
Extirtts or 1'Hlacu Bleeplug Oars airosu a.m.
dallit Fail Line, le.SO a. in, dally to Cincinnati.
Ml. Louis, with Bleeping Cars irom Harrlsburg lo
(Jincluribtl. and Hoiel Car to Bt. Louis; daily, ex
cept fcaturCny, to Clilrago, wllliBlepilugCar Al
tuniia to Chicago. Cnltago and Cincinnati ex.
prtfs, 7.10 p. iu. dally, wlili blteplng Cars Wash
lucton to Chlcugo alidllariiabnrg 10 Lonltville'
toriiiicllrgnt Jiurriblmrgulili Western Kxpress
with through Sleeptrs lor Cleveland, Louisville
and M. Loul3. 1'aflllp Kxprpss, loou n.m dnlly.
for l'lllsliurgnnd thu West, with through Bleener
llnrrltbtirg tu Chicago,
BAI.TltlOIlK A l'OIOUA'l l'.AILROAD.
I'or F.rle, L'miuiidalgiia, Itocheater, B.iiiaii mi
cgnrn, 10 p. in. dally, except taturday, with Fal
si Lars Washington lo lloclicsicr.
For Willluiutporl, Lock Haven and Klmlra at
io.toti. ni. dully, ecept biiudny.
For New Ynra and the Fast, 7.15, 8.30 and 11 a.
ro,, 2, 1, 10 p in. nr,d 12.15 ulglit. On Sunday, 4.
nip in, aim 12.15 nlehl. Limited Ex press of
l'ulliuaii Farlor Carat). IU a. rrx. dallv, met pi
Tor Ilcston without change, 2 p. m'VJ every
wtek ilny: 011 hin'auy, 4 p. in. "-.
For Brooklyn, N.Y., all through tralniconnoci
ulJiKPy Lliy with boats of Brooklyn Annex
allurdliig dlnct transrer to Piiluui street
aioldlng double ferriage across New York city.
For I'hlladilphia. 7.H, S30 and 11 a.m., 2, 4,0,1U
r. ru. and it 13 night. On Bunduy, 4, J, 10 11, a ,
mil l.'.li night. Limited Kx press ti.Da. m,
dully. pre pt Mindsy.
1'erlialiln.ori-, 0.05, 7.13, 8 30,9.10, 10.50, 11.00 a. li..
12.13. 2, I, 4.23, 4.40, 0, 7.10, 10 P. ru. UUd 12.15 nlgt t.
ttndyloivlllii.m.l 4.6,7.10 10 p. m.and ui,
1 or Pope's Creek Line. 7,15 a, nt. and 4,Md, iu.
dully except bundiiy.
Far Aurapulls, Uba a.m., 1205 and 4 25 p. is.
dally, (.cepl hunduy. On fsuuday, 4 p. m.
WAY AND ALKXANDKIA A VASUINO-
Tvt Aleinndila, U. 7, 0 M, 11 01, 1133 a m , 2 C
I.Jii. iv, U.23, 8 0.3 and 11.37 p. ii). Ou Biiudur at1
II, II 23, 11.01 II. IU , S 113 p III.
I'orlllthruoud arid the south, 6 nnd 11,01a. m,
dull), und4.l3p, in. dally, excipt bunduy.
Trnlnsiiuvi)Ale.aiidrla tor Washington, d.05 I,
10, HMO u.m.. 1.305, 323, 5.10, 7.03 and 11. J3 p.
ni. and 12 10 midnight, except Monday. On
t-urdu.vuts nud 10.10 a. m., 7.W uud 11.35 p c
nd 12.10 night.
'IlcLets and information at the olllce, uorlheatt
cormrol Mil) strut and feniipjlvunlu avenne,
aiiduttheetntlou, whero ord-ro can bo leit tor
Ibechecklngol buggngeto doUirmton from to
lels aud realdenciu,
, J. It. WOOD.
Oeneral rassenger Agen
CHA P. :. l'UOn. Oeneral Manager;
Tho Now Orleans Fast Lf?
SHENANDOAH VALLEYSOUTUERN BSUiZAli
BHENANDOAU JUNOLUIUY and ltOA:,OKE.
'IlieNew Itoutoto thu booth nud bnuthwest,
bUllUDUI.i!. IN l.FFfcOT AlAllCH 10. li5.
Oiua A. 31 , Dully, New Orleans Fust Line, For
all polnlHuu Hue of bheuaudoah Valley, Nor
iilk .1: Western, liast'lennesseo, Virginia aud
(leuigUltallroads. Atlanta, Jlucon, Jackson
llle, Cliutianoona, Memphis, Mobla1, New
Orleans uud the South aud Southwest, Full
runii Palace cileepliig Cars between Washing
ton aid New Orleans without change. Con
necting at bhenandoah Junction wlta Full
man I'ais. New York to Atlanta.
silor M , Dally, Memphis Express. For nil
points south, sombcasi aud bouthw est. Fun
mail l'alucx bleeulng Cars between shenan
diah Junulou aud Memphis without chauge,
rountciliig at Ulevelaud, 'leuu. , with Full
muu Curs to New Orleans without change.
1 ruli h leaiu II A O. It. It. l'asucnger Stuilon,
coiner Niw Jersey avenue uud (J street,
1 or tickets, bUeplug car reservations and all In-
Jniiuallou apply at ticket odlces, illu l'cnna.
tut. I U.M I'riuia. ave., andntdepotll ,t U. H.It.
utirtolbciioi tho Line, B07 lVnna. ave,, whero
o ilers will t tun en lor baggage lo bo called fur
In any patt nl tbct'lty. A, I'Ol'K.
L. J. l.Ov KWOOD, Oeu, Pass, d; Ikt. Agt.
FaBS. and 'Ilruet Agent. apf rm
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LKAVK II. A l DEPOT, SIXTH AND B ST8,)
II. lit A.M-Forallwaystatlons.LexIngton.Ky,,
Louisville, Clucluuatl, Columbus. Bt, Louis,
Dally except bunduy. ,,,...
11 A M.-F'or Newport News, Old Point Com
fort nnd Norlolk. Dally except Sunday.
Oi 115 F. M.-For Louisville, Cincinnati, Bt, Louis
and Chicago, connecting for nil points West,
Norlhwtsianil fouthwest; fast express dully;
dots not atop for local business; through Full,
man airvlce to I.ouls lllfl and Cincinnati,
For tickets and Information apply nt O. A O.
ltallwa) oftlce, 513 Pennsylvania avenue, under
Natlrnal Hotel! Va. Midland Hallway olllce, 501
Finn, avenue, and B. F, Station.
Oeneral Passenger Ancnt.
O. W. SMITH,
FUANK Tiuuu, N, K. l'aesenger Agent,