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THE WASHINGTON OBIT1C, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 2G, 1885.
VW'V'..-V'VN-''v'V"WX1.--.".' v '-N-'.Ws
A MALT EXTRACT.
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
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tho Colcbrntod OLYHMIO WATER, and
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Old Established Ladles' and Oentlomcu'a
Oyster Saloon & Restaurant,
1010 TENN. AVE. AND ELEVENTH ST.
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DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Dooley's Rialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa. Ave. S. E.
DEBT KODA WATElt IN THE CITY,
Siring and Summer
Mother) mild mother! after mnny'yenrs
S'o rmmy Dint tho heart I how turn? gray"
Comn I onco moro to thee, thinking to say
In what fur lands, through what hard hopos
'JIM liow mticli toll uml triumph. Joy nnd tcnM,
I fought thy teaching; nml, wlthnt, to lay
At thy kind feet ouch or my wroalln as may
Pccm lenstumvoitliy. Hut what crown child
Offer Dico honor. Fair and Queenly Ono!
Tower-crowned, and girdled with thy silver
Mother or tttil o many n belter son?
Let me lint list thy .nletnn Voice, wlileliiocini
Like ChrUt'i, rnlslng my tleadi nnd let mo
Hack foronuliour n Uoy-ho.ldo thy ktlco.
In the cnrly sttininor r 1800 1 went upon
a visit to n distant rclntlvoof liiliip, who
Ji veil In ono oT die Sliclluiirt Islands, It
wns early Hummer with myself tliun; I
vns n medical student, with life nil lie
Tho slcnmlioat landed ino tit Lerwick,
nnd I completed my jouriluy with my
boxes next day In an open boat. It was
n very cold morning, with it gray, cold,
choppy sen on, the spray from which
dnehid over tho boat, wetting me thor
oughly, nnd mnklug mc feci pinched,
blear-eyed nnd miserable.
An opening In n wnll of rock took its nt
length into a long winding llord or arm of
the ?c!i, with green, bare Holds on every
side, nnd wild, wlcnl-llko sheep, that gazed
on us for n moment, then bleated nnd lied.
Itlglit nt the end of this rock stood my
fiiend's house, comfortnblonnd .solid look
ing, but unsheltered by a single tree.
"1 slinn'tirfiiy long here," 1 said to my
self, ns 1 lnnded.
. An hottror two afterward I had changed
my mind entirely. I wus seated in n
charmingly and cosily furnished drawing
room, un-stnlrs. The windows looked out
, to and away news tho broad Atlantic.
J tow strange it wast tor tne toco mat nan
led me to the front of the house, and tho
waters of which rippled Up to tho very
lawn, was part of the German Ocean, anil
here at the back, and not n stone's throw
distant, was the Atlantic.
Defcide the lire, in nn easy olinir, sntmy
gray-haired old relation and boat, and,
not far oil', his wife. 1'rcicntly Cousin
Maggie entered, smiling to me us she did
to; her left hand lingered fondly for n mo
ment on her father's gray locks, then she
pat down unbidden to tho piano. On the
strength ol'iny blood-relationship, distant
though it was, for wo were really only
third or fourth cousin", I was made n
member of this family from the first, and
Maggie treated mo as n brother. I was not
entirely pleased with the latter arrange
ments, bccau'c many days had not passed
ere I concluded it would be a pleasant
pastime for me to make love to Cousin
Maggie. Hut weeks went by nnd my love
making was still postponed: it became a
sine die kind of a probability. Maggio
was constantly with mo when out of doors
my companion in all my llshing and
shooting trips. Hut sho carried not only
a rod but even u rille herself; sho could
give mo lessons in casting the lly and
did: she often shot dead tho seals that I
hadmeiely wounded, and her provcs in
rowing astonished me, and iter daring in
venturing so far out to .sea in our broad,
open boat often made mc tremble for our
Ono day Maggie and I were together
in a cave close by the ocean a favorite
haunt of ours on hot forenoons. Ourboat
was drawn up close by. The day was
bright and tho sea was riiliu, its tiny wave
lets making drowsy, dreamy music on
the yellow sands. She had bccir reading
aloud, and I was gazingnt her face.
"I begin to think you nro beautiful," I
She looked down at mo where I lay
with those innocent eyes of Iters, that al
ways looked into mine as frankly as u
"I'm not sure," I continued; "that I
shan't commence making love to vou.
and perhaps 1 might marry you. "Vlmt
would you think of that?"
"I.ovo!" .she laughed, ns musically as
a sea.nympn, "love?" Love betwixt a
cousin ami a cousin '.' Preposterous I"
"1 thiro say," I resumed, protending to
pout, 'you wouldn't marry me because
"I'oor I" she repeated, looking very firm
and earnest now ; "it the man I loved
weie poor I'd carry a creel for him; I'd
gather shells for hts sake ; but I don't lo vo
anybody and don't mean to. Como !"
eo that was tho'beginningand end of my
love-making with Cousin Maggie.
And Maggie had said she never meant
to love any one. AVell, we can never tell
wbnt liinv bo in our immediate future.
Hardly had we lelt tho cave that day
and put oil" from the shore ere cats' -p.iws
began to rulllo the water. They came in
from the west, and before we had got half
way to tho distant headland a steady
Income was blowing. Wo had hoisted out
sail and were running before it with flip
speed of a gull on the wing.
Onco round the point wo had a beam
wind till wo entered the llord, then we
had to beat to windward all the way
home, by which time it was blowing iptito
It went round more to tho north about
sunset, and then for the llrst time wo
noticed a yacht of Miinll dimensions on
the distant horizon. Her intention ap
peared to bo that of rounding tho island
ami probably anchoring on the lee side of
it. blio was in. an ugly position, however,
and we all watched her anxiously till
nightfall hid her fiom view.
I retired early, but sleep was out of tho
question, 'for tho wind raged and howled
around tho house like wild wolve-i. About
12 o'clock the sound of a gun fell on my
ears. 1 could not bo mistaken, for tho
window rattled in sharp response.
1 sprang from my couch and began to
dress, anil immediately after my aged rela
tive entcicd tho room. He looked very
"The yacht is on tho Ua," he said, sol
emnly. They were voids to mc of fearful. signill
ounce. The yacht, I knew, must soon
break up, and nothing could save the
I quickly followed my rclatlvo into tho
back drawing-room, where Maggio was
with her mother. 'n gazed out into tho
night, out and across the sea. At the same
moment, out there on the terrible Ua, a
blue light sprang up, revealing the yacht
and even its people on board. She was
leaning well over to ono side, her nutsts
gono and the sprav dashing over her,
"Come," cried Maggie, "there is no tlmo
to lose. Wo con guide their boat to the
cave. Come, cousin "
I felt dazed, thuuder-slruck, Was I to
tnke an active part in a forlorn hope?
Was Moggie how beau Iful and daring
sho looked now to nsu:uo (ho role of a
modern Orace Dai ling? So it appeared,
We pulled out of tho llord, Maggie and
I, and up under leoof tho island; thou, on
lounding tho point, wo encountered the
whole force of the sea and wind. There
was n glimmering light on tho wrecked
yacht, and for that wo rowed, or rather
were borne along on tho gale. Xo boat
save a Shetland skill' could have boon
ti ustrd in such a sea.
As wonearcd tho Ila, steadying her-olf
by leaning on my shoulder, Afagglo stood
up and waved the lantern, and ft was an
sweud from tho wreck, Next moment it
seenir d to me wo were on the lee side, and
Maggie herself hailed the ship-wrecked
"Wo cannot come nearer," sho cried;
"lower your boat and follow our light
closely, Take tho tiller, now," she con
tinued, addressing me. "and steer for the
light you see on the elllf. Keep her well
up. though, or all will bo lo."
We waited nnd with dillleulty for a
fow minutes, till wo saw by tho starlight
that the yacht's boat wns lowered, thou
away wo went.
The light on tho cllll-ton moved slowly
down the wind. I kept tlio boat's head a
point or two above it and on sho dashed.
Tho rocks loomed black and high ns wo
nenrrd them, tho waves breaking in
terriblo turmoil beneath. Suddenly the
light wns lowered over the cllll' down lo
the very water's edge.
"Sternly, now," cried my bravo cousin,
and next moment we were round a point
and Inlo smooth water, with tho yacht's
boat close beside us. The place was partly
cave, partly "poss."
AVe benened ourboats, and hero wo re
mained all night, and were rescued next
morning by a llslierman's yacht. Tho
yacht's people were the captain, Ills wife
nml ono boy Norwegians nil. llrinsler by
nnnie. What need to tell or tho gratitude
of tlioe whom .Moggie's heroism had
saved from n watery grave?
Hut It came to pass that when, n fow
months nftcrwuril, a beautiful now yacht
enmo round to tho llord to take thoo ship
wrecked mariners away, Cousin Maggie
went with them on a cruise. It came to
pass also that when I paid my next visit to
It , In the following summer, 1 found
living at my relative's houo n Major
Hriiistcrand a Mrs. Urlnster. Mrs. Ilrlii
ster was my cousin Maggie, and .Major
Urlnster was iny cousin .Maggie's "fate."
Cassell's Family Magazine.
REMEMBERING THE HEROES.
Coiiiplotlii); Ai'I'iiiikcoii'hIs fur Culoliriil
Ing Di'i'iii'iitlon Dny.
A meeting of the vaiious committees of
the (I, A. 11., appointed to arrange for the
proposed celebration of Deeoyatlon day,
was held at Orand Army Hall last night.
Tho meeting was largely attended, and
that the day will bo more generally ob
served than in the past was clearly mani
fested. Tho usual routine committee
work was transacted and the programmes
to be cairied out were partlallvcoiuplcted.
The exercises at tho .Soldiers' Homo
will be under the direction of Comrade
Jochtim. The veterans of tho Home,
under the command uf General Hunt, tho
garrison of Washington, and all visitors
will assemble at the speakers' stand, near
the entrance to thecemctery, ot lOo'cloek.
The order of exorcises is as follows:
Nntlonnl salute, hy giurlwii of Wn.hliiston;
music, by Third United States Artillery Hand;
culling too assembly to older. Coinrndu Jo
chum; Invocation, Itov, W, A.bcoiinid; voe.il
music, (Millions (flee Club; reading of otlslnal
p'jein, Comrade J. A. Joyce; vocal tnulo, Or
iilicus (lice Club; oration, Ed wind Sayro tlc.iv
Inn h or Dnnvlllc, i'n,; vocal inusle, Orpheus
(llco I'luli; benediction, liov. W. A. Leonard;
(Iceornllon orpinves with Mowers by the In
mates of tlio Home, assisted by the committee
The programme for the services at Ar
lington Cemeteiy is not yet llnished. It
includes, however, an oration by Hon. S.
H. lltndctte, the reading of a poem com
posed by Hon. 0. M. Drake by Professor
K. C. Townsend, a pr.tyor by Itov. John
Chester. District Commander W. M.
Diooks will preside, and music by an oc
The Adjutant-General has issued n cir
cular extending nn invitation on behalf of
.1. II. Jochum of the Grand Army of tho
licpubllc, in charge of Decoration, day
ceienionies, for nil army olllccrs in tho
District of Columbia to attend and partici
pate in tho ceremonies at tlio Soldiers'
THE ALERT'S CONDITION.
A Mory That Astonishes Ntlxal Ollicors
Xaval olllccrs hero nro surprised at re
ports of the alleged bad condition of tlio
Alert at the time of her return to the
Uritish authorities. An olllccr of the ves
sel to-day told a Ciiitic reporter that they
sailed from New York with only, a work
ing crew on board, but during the trip
they managed to get her in such good con
dition that tho liritish naval olllccrs were
surprised that she looked so well.
No Dominion oiliciul was present to re
ceive the ship, and none over called on
board, so that on tho day lixed she was
turned over to an ICnglisn lieutenant and
our Hag hauled down. As soon as the
liritish Hag took its pjace the decks
swarmed with people from small boats.
Who at once began plundering the galley
of everything portable.
Lieutenant Amsdcn, who had the
the deck when the vessel was de
livered, made a thorough Inspec
tion, and says all was in good order,
and the cngine-rooiu was as neat as anv
man-of-war. Tlio vessel was probably loft
for nearly a month in charge of a ship
keeper, and was so neglected as to bo
filthy when work was oeguu at last.
Needless Alarm About tho "Will or.
Captain Syinonds has made a second
nnnlysis of samples of Potomac water,
selected fiom the ciintil, the nioiith of tho
conduit, tho middle of the river and a
hydrant in common use. The samples:
wcio given for analysis to Professor Wylio
of the Agricultural Department and the
chemist in the Surgeon-General's olllce.
Professor Wylio now fays: "Thcaimlysos
show that the condition of the city's water
.supply should excito careful supervision
rather than unnecessary alarm." Captain
Syinonds states that the analysis returned
by the chemist of the Surgeon-General's
olllce showed u much lower percent
age of impurity than tlio lir.st .analysis of
Professor Wiley. -Major i.ydceker has
submitted a report on tlio condition of tho
water and a diagram of the river and ca
nal to General Newton, Chief of Engineers.
Mu.ior I.ydceker states that Ids Inspection
revealed nothing that he had not already
been cognizant of for years. To-day Cap
tain Syinonds furnished tho key to the
analysis limdo by Professor Wylio. The
samples and total solids in grains per gal
lon of 70,000 grains aro as follows: Xo. 1,
fiom canal at discharge weir, 7.ii: Xo. 2,
fiom tlio middle of tho Maryland channel,
7.1; Xo, I!, fiom aqueduct Inlet, 7.2; Xo. I,
fiom hydrant at Georgetown olllce, U.Oj
Xo. fi, from water-pipe in laboratory. 7.7.
Piofcs.-or Wvlie ntlds that this quantity of
total solids Is much below that of moit
potable waters, and according to the
nnnlysis the purest water is from the mid
tile of tho Maryland channel.
Doubling on Ills Trades,
About 2 o'clock one morning not long
ngou liolicemau met an inebriated indi
vidual lu full evening droMj near Twenty
second street. The convivial gentleman
was making the bo.st of Ills way toward
tho Ticnsury building. Accosting the ol
llccr he inquired tho way to Georgetown.
Alter being directed carefully, ho retraced
his steps. Tho olllccr continued his wall:
towarii Georgetown, and in a few moments
met tlio same man again. The same ques
tion was asked and answered, when the
man said in a thick tone of voice:
"That's what I thought, hut 1 met u fool
of a policeman and he sent me this wav."
After vainly trying to explain to him that
he hud come around the circle, the olllccr
escorted him around tho circle us far iW
Twenty-fourth street and sent him on his
Tlio JU, Vernon Itcgciits,
The Mount Vernon Itcgouts, at their
session yesterday,-further considered tho
advisability of extending tho grounds and
improving the green-house, Kor the latter
jW0 in contributions has been received.
The cost of a now building with heating
nppnratus will be nboiit 5-1,000, and, in its
constuiction, tho bricks remaining in the
ruins of the building destroyed by lire in
ISfi.'t will bo used. .Mrs. Townsend of N'ew
York, during tlio vcar, has contributed
$l,fiCtfor restoring tho banqueting hall,
f-'eventy-tlvo dollars for renovating the
Xew Jersey room has been contributed by
-Mrs. X.W. llnlstcnd, tho vice-regent from
Xew Jersey. Captain lliake of the Corco
ran will fie heard to-day regarding his
Another Trench flat.
Mrs1. Martha M. Heed, a wealthy ladv,
will soon erect a French tint on II sheet,
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth
strcits, opposite the .Metropolitan Club
Homo, 'J ho building will lie four stories
and basement and aixKOfoet, Tho walls
will be of red brick. The cost of tho struc
ture is estimated at $s,000,
KsiicchiUy to AVoniiMI.
"swi ills revenue, especially to women," aM
tlio Kilted, but mummy, Lord llyrou. Surely
lie was In bnd humor when ho wrote minli
wu-tls. Hut there aro complaints that only
women suffer, that in o canylUB numbers of
them down to early graves, There Is hope for
thoso who suffer, no matter how sorely, or
Fovo'oly, In Dr. ft. V. l'lerco's '-Kavorlto Pro
scription," Hufo in Its notion It is a blu'slni;,
itptiiatly to uotntii nnd to men, too-, for when
Vitintii sudor, Die houslicold h askew,
Opening or Die Itcgiittii nt New Orleans
The defeat of Gauduar at Now Orleans
occasioned but little surprise among boat
ing people. 'Gauduar hail made a great
ninny boasts as to what ho would do with
Teenier when he met him again, but tho
Smoky City boy had no dillleulty what
ever in defeating him. Itowiug men all
over tho country feel that If there Is nny
man In America who enn regain tlio lau
rels lost by llanlan to Iic.tch that man is
John Teenier, ltoss could have rowed at
Xew Orleans -yesterday. Ho gave out nt
first thot he Intended entering. It looks
as though ho was nfraid to meet Teenier,
lloss claims that he wants to be backed'
npainst lleach. If ho had rowed at Xew
Orleans and come in second or third, and
it Is doubtful ir ho could have gotten bet
ter than third, no one could have been
found to back him. Teenier has defeated
ltoss live times out of six, and yet .Mr.
Duryeaof tlio Turf, I'iclilnml Iirm is go
ing to oiler a purse for a llvo-mllc race be
tween lleach, llanlan and ltoss. ignoring
Teenier altogether. If Teenier Is not In
vited to enter Ibis race, ho will Mud
plenty of men willing to back him against
the winner, and for big money, too.
It is sold that Cotirtcney has made Con
Icy on oll'cr to row double with him.
When Conlcy and Hninin separated, It
was with flic understanding that if there
ever came an opportunity to row for tho
double-scull championship of the Up! ted
States, they would como together again.
A double-scull race between Conlcy and
Ilumm, 1 losmer and Gauduar. and several
other good doubles, especially if John
Kennedy and his old partner, Mike Davis,
would enter, would create more Interest
than any other race that could be gotten
What has become of Haitian? A short
dispatch heralded his arrival in 'Frisco.
Since then nothing has been heard fiom
Ah Tin: dime predicted, Crist was the
daik horse yesterday and won every race
he started in save one. There Is no doubt
that with care ho will make a llrst-olass
rider, lie 1ms speed, endurance, pluck,
and rides with judgment, llanua does
not seem to have as much speed as lie had
Inst season. Tho only chance the others
had yesterday, against Crist, was lo make
the pace so hot from the start as to break
his heart. This they cither could not, or,
at any rate, did not do, and when the criti
cal time came, Ciist had more speed than
any of lliein.
John S. Piince wns credited with riding
one mile nnd four yards in 2,.'i."il nt Char
lotte, X. C, yesterday, beating all records.
The latest celebrity to become a cycler
is Tony Pastor, and soino new wheel songs
may lie the result.
The several baseball games yesterday
lesulted as follows: 'Chicago bent lloton
I toll. Providence Detroit ,i to 1. Xew
York-St. Louis 11 to 0. Philadelphia
HuH'alo 7 to 0. Pittsburg llaitimore 7 lo
II. Cincinnati Athletic 7 to 2. Lancas
ter Wilmington u to 2.
It was rather expected that tho Na
tionals would get away with the 'frontons
yesterday, but It was not to be, Knowios,
Hoover, Powell and Gladniou led the bat
ting. Uakcr led the Holding at llrst base.
He put out sixteen without an error. To
day the home clubs plav again. It's safe
to oy that tho Xatiouals will turn the
tallies on them.
Gladmon is playing third base well and
is coming up in his batting.
It is to be hoped that the weather will
hold good for ThurMlay. If It does the
grounds won't hold the people who will
go to sec the Xatiouals beat the Haiti
Mervino Thompson made a match with
a colored pugilist of St. Paul, Minn., named
Wilson. Thompson gave out bel'oro ho
left Cleveland that he would "do" Wilson
in a jog. Tho match came oil' last night
and Thompson was knocked out lu forty
An Old Colored jruii Hun Over.
The police report that an old eolored
man named William ltleketts, G5 years
old, was run over last night on the Seventh
street road by a horse and buggy contain
ing young Dr. liliss and Dr. llovce. Tho
old man had his right log badly sprained
and thico of Ids ribs broken. Tho doctors
put him into n wagon mid sent him to tlio
house of a colored man named Graves and
promised to return and attend to him,
which they failed to do. The police inii
hulnneo conveyed .him to I'recdnian's
l'ALJlKH-JIlM.S.-On Jlondny, May a."i, by
llev. ('. C. Jleailor, -lolm Palmer to Katie .Mills
of Haltimoro. Md,
rillU.H'.S.-Mondny cvenlns, May 2.", Mast
BluW,, wlfoot Augustus L. Phillips, used Itl
l-'unernl at lcsldcnce. 151(1 Fifth Btrect north
west, on Wednesday, tho l!7Di Instant, nt tl p.
in. l-'i lends of the family nro Invited to attend.
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WILL I)E READY MONDAY, MAY 18,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW STOCK. NEW STYLES.
Cheapest Boots & Shoes
IN THE CITY AT
"W .A. 33 X B "ST ' S3
CPU. OTH AND a bTd. N. W.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
Ili;t0 AND 1311 F STHKET,
And nt Aveuuo Hluro-um l'KNN. AVENDK
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
Undor Odd-Follows' nail.
E. C. Hurt's Fine Shoes for ladlos a specialty.
HOOT AND HUOKMAKKH,
4SI7K Tviilli Nt. n. w.. nml 1127 In. nt . c
And tooth onoWNB for roots and brofcon 01
badly decayed teeth.
OENEltAL DENTIBTHY In all its branehoe.
C. I.. ANDERSON, D. D. S
(101 TIIIUTEENTH ST., OOIt. F ST.
SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
THE DEBT IN THE DISTUIOT.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent.
1224 TWENTY-NINTH BTHEET NORTHWEST
and The National Republican.
It Is Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire.
It Docs Not Burn Out the Grate.
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
..'! 7010 11UB7P!r, Not Or intm)
,. '.' CO I2DUUS rob, Not Cr isluid
. -i 00
Washington or Geo'cetown."n
WyckofF, Soamans & Benedict,
IViieliliiKtuii Olllcn, Uor. Ktlilind l'St.
I hnvo tuid a cancer on my faco tor many
ytuit. 1 have tried a ureat many remedies,
tun wlUuut teller. I almost khvo up hope o
evu bt-luK cuied. Dr. Hard man, my sou, re
coiMiirrdcd Swltt's HpeclUc, which I nave,
tnktn with i-'icnt results. My faco Is now well,
and It Is luipotslhlo tor mo to uxuross my
thnnhs In works lor whnt this miMlclnu his
dono lor im. Mas. OMVl: IlAKDMAS.
Monroe, On., Sept. 2, 1881.
Hwirt's Speclllo hns cured n cancer on my
face, and lms almost madn n now man ot m.
T. J. TKATK, Waclssa, l'la.
I havo had a cancer In my right oar for thrco
yearB, I tried overy remedy thotphyxlelani
practiced, to no permanent good, Hwltt'a Spe
clllo has wrought wonders tor me. It Is tho
best blood purlller In tho world.
Johns. Moniiow, Florence, All,
Bwltt's Speclllo is entirely vogetaolp, and
soems to cum cancor by forcing out tuo Im
purities from tl o olood.
Tioiitieeou DUodand Sliln Diseases mallol
IHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,, Drawer J, At
Inntn, On., or IB!) W. 'JtJd St., N. Y.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
ILAS-A-LIIST IE I
Immediate rellor rorCoId In tho noad, Boro
Noso, Catarrh Ac. 10c. a bos. For salo by all
KlmmiyI''iu.ii. Avlclimof youthful Iintrudonco
rjiubliifc I'romiUuro Iecny, Nohouh Debility, Lost
Manhooil, tlo,, hating tried In ain ever Vnovwi
rtmunly.liaatlibcovttroil nnlmplj means of M'lf-cure,
which ho will ceml VltKl tohl fullow-mtTerern,
W. E. SPEARE,
xjosr o E 3tT .a.:k: E3t3
010 V bTBEET NOHTHWEST,
Ewitinuc Miictly Uret-class and on tho
must rrnenwiblo Hums, (Camp Chairs t: hlro
tnr ml wsidniuM myl-lyr
Slmrploss' dandy Store.
Clroat itcdiu' ion In Prices. E tiro Stools at
Lees than Cist.
fill 1'ENNA. AVENUE.
China-Warc anil RDiisefoniisliiiig Goofls,
AT LOW ritlOES,
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
408 SEVENTH ST. NORTHWEST,
S. N. MEYER, 922 7th St. N. W.
OOLD AND BILVElt TRIMMINO.
Manufacturer ot Banners, Olnb and Uoclety
Badges, Regalias, &c.
1113 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST,
STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS,
STOVE and FURNACE REPAIRS.
n loeo Restored
TO TDK NORTH, WK8T AMI BOUTIlfflST.
DOrilLE TRACK. SPLENDID BOENERV
hi J EL ltAII.3. MAGNIFICENT EO,UIl'MJ;.r.
IN r.m t T MAY 'J I, 188.1.
Trnlni icnvo Washington from itntlon, cornce
of Mlxtli nnd ItsliectK, in follow:
I-orl'llMliurKiiiid tlio WW, Chlraco Limited
I.xiuckhoI I'alneo sleeping enrmtt I): 10 n. tti.
dully: rintl.lne, ti:l()n. in. dally to cincln
liall and si. I.otik with Hleepliig Cum from
IlarrlMiurgtii llnclnnatl and FfoteH'ar to
..i''!!!1"1 "'ll5'' exeept Hnturdav. to Chicago,
Willi Sleeping car Altnonato ' hleago. fjlil
I'licomiil Cliielnnatl i;xpiei nt 710 p m.
dally, with sleeping Cars Washington to Mil
engoniid IliirrWitiig lo Louisville; .onnret
ngiit llnriltlmrgwlth Wettern Express wltll
t irougli sl(l irort Icvelmd nnd st Lnk
rnelllo l.xpreKi, 111 p. in, dally for I'lttshurR
imd tho Hml, with throtigli -deeper Ilun-
liurg to ( hleago
BALTIMORE ,t l'OTOMAC RAILROAD.
1'nr Erie, ('anandnlgiiii. Itoelieit-r IliifTali. VI
nciirii, 10 p.m. dally, except st,mBV wt,
i-iiiiiti-iiirn nil.lilllgioil tn ICiH-lif.tt.-i
1-or Wllllain'iiort, Look Hum ii nnd Klmn
0:10 it. lit. tlnllv. eveent Mimi.i,,,
Kor Now Ytuk and tho East. , l H . to unit
11 it. in.. '.. -I. 10 p. m. and H!:n nlghi On
siniilay. H:ilO a. m.. , I, 10 p. in. nnd 12.15
night. Limited L'xpieii of Pullman Parlor
Cnrn ll: lo u. ni. dally, except Sunday.
1 or lloston without t-liniigo, 'J p. ni. overy day.
f or lliiinklyn. N. V.. nil llu-ouglitralnt oonncet,
at ,U-rey cify with hont or Brooklyn Annex,
unending direct transfer to Fulton striet,
ayddlngdoithlu ferrlago ncrom cw York
rorl'iiiliidelpliln. 7iin. H-:t() and 11 a.m., '.',
I, , It) p. m. anil li! 11 night on Sunday,
in-.'-'. 1.0. Hi I. in and l'Jjir. night.
Limited Lxpies-i, o.lo i m dally, except;
l'or llaitimore, OSJ.". 7:1,". 8:!I0. : 10, 11 a.
in., miri, I. !,-,, l:u, ,, 7.10, ,,, ',
and l!in night, on Stindny, H::io,lhlo, ll
a.m., 'J, 1,11,7:10, 10 p. in. and iu:in night.
1 or l'miu'Hi'ici-k Line, 7:15 a.m.,anil 1:10 p.
in. iiiiiij. iiAtuin "-iiinmy.
I or AiiiiiipnlK (l:!!.-, a. in.. 12:0." anil li'J.I n, m.
dally, except hiindny. on similar I p. m.
ALEXANDRIA S, FRCUE1II0K8UUIKJ RAIL
WAY AND ALEWNORtA .t WASH
for Alexandria. II, 7, Ma, 11:01 and lli.'ir.
a. m., U.O.-I, Is'jil, l:lr,, ll:'j.V8.ili and U..J7
p.m. On Sunday at ll, Wj'j.'i, 11:01 a, m
H.tir, p.m, ,
Tor lilehmimil nnd tho south, Hand 11:01 n.
in. dally and 1:15 p. in. dally, cxeept Sunday.
'1 rains leuvu Alexandria for Washlugtou tl o ,,
H, 10, lOMOu. in., l, ii.o.-,, iirjsi. r,:lo, 7-0.-.
nnd11:il5p. in, and 1'.':IO mlilnlght, oxeept
Monduy on Sunday nt H and 10:10 a.m.,
no., and 1 1 :!!.' p. m. nml I'J.-IO night.
Ilekets anil Infoi illation nttlioonico.nortlic.iit;
comer of Thirteenth stiett nnd 1'oninylvntila,
avenue, and at tho station, whero order- can
he lert fur the eheeklng of haggago to dc-itln,l-tlon
from hoti-U and reildenees.
(has. i: PL (iii, ,i. it. wool),
t.rneinl .Manager. fieil. Passenger Agent.
BALTIMORE &0H10 RAILROAD.
bCIIKDULE IN KFFECT HONDA V MAY 3
1MB. UNTIL I'UHTUKIt NOTlCfc
If-nve Washington from Station, corner mw
. JtiEi'i avenue and U street.
For ClilniKO. 10 n. m. nnd 10.10 p. in. dally. Tho
lu a ni. Is n runt Limited Kxnrfss to l'litstureti
nrdL'lil(BM) arriving inFlttHburgbnt T.JOn. ci..
UiU-nxoutxt n.ornlnir al 8.55. No extra tare U
tiirtrri-d on this trnln for last time.
J-or Cliiclotihtl, Loulavllle and St. Lonls dall
at :uu p. in, nml iu.10 n. m.. wllh through coacn
and I'ulaceHiei plug Cars to abovo points with
out change. a.30 ii. in. train Is a rust limited train
toCiielnniitland St. Louli, arriving In Cincin
nati next nininlrg al 7.45, Ht. Louis U..I0 p. m. No
eira lure U clmrged on tlili train fir fast tune.
I-or I'lll.lurgh nt ion. iu.,nlili Parlor Car. nnd
!MUp. in. dnllyin l'lllsburjh: Clevelaid and De
licti, with Mceping cars to l'ltwiiurgh.
For Baliliiicre on m-ekdnyp. 6. CIO. fl.W, 7.30,
P . anil lDWn. ni .lilo, I.vs.:t.l5fl5-mlnuleii-aln),
8 mi. -I.UI. -t -10. s -10. c -10. 7. .3S anil 1 1 p. in.
I ur JJaillinuru on mimIhib, u,IU, 7,80, 8 30 nnd
K.fJ a. ni i:a, 1..10, 3.30, 4.W, -10. (HO. 7, .2&
r.rd 11 p. in.
For iiiiluir. cm the Hhvunndoidi Valley Railroad
r.nd imlDis South, o.v, n. m and 9.10 ii. in. dally.
I'..'l ii. rn. train lias I'lillumn Sleeper Irom Winli
likton to v Orlc-mia.
ror Annapolis, Ciiu ni.niid 12,10 and -1.30 p.m.
on Sumtav. tt.Wn. in.. I 10 p. in,
1 ornay siBtiuiiK between Wiuihlngtonand Bal
timore, S, two, s.M) . in , 12,10, xao, -1 w. 7 and
II p. ni On ruincu,8:io a. ml.:ui, t V, 1.40, 7
antl 11 p. ni, lur Mhtlonu on Metropolitan
Branch. 7.25 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and 3 30
p. m. dally: 4.40 p. in dally, except bnmlav, Tor
prlnrliml stations on Kiluiiollii.ii irauctii,40a.
in, dully on Bamlay stopH at all stations; for
lextLgicn.HlBuntun ana Valley Branch, a 40 a.
m, Caily, except SimdaT: for Frederlcx. b I) a.
in,, 4. lup, in, dally, ex rent SuudiV.
or JlngerMowiiBiid Wlacheier 10 a.m. dally
exirpi hiirtliiy, ami .vto p. m.iUlly to Hagers
ton ii. dull except Sunday tn WliiChestPr.
Triors arrive Irom lLo West tlally, r.20a.m.
1.15 C. op. ni.
Frolu Aiieiiio1I, 8.30a. in, nnd 1,20 and 3. p,
ni.- Miuilay, to.:i a.m., CM p. in.
I'lem Lexington, fl.30p, ui, dally, except Sun
dav From I'ledeilcl: and Inlermedlate points. 8.15 a,
m. kiiU8.15 p. m. dally: except Sunday.
Trains limn Ilalllme.ro fo' Washington at 5.10,
C. 7.20, V, 'J Hi and 10 30 a. m., 12,15, iJd. 3, 4, 4 :0 .
a.B.lO. c Hand Up in. On SundayH, 0.3f,7.'J0, 3 and
in 5 a.m., 130, 2.S0, 4.20, fi, 0.30, 8, Hand lip. m.
All trams fiom Washington Htop at Relay am
Hon, except 1.23, 3 15 nod G.40 p. in.
For lurllii r luidrninilon apply nt tho Ilaltlrnoro
A Ohio llcki 1 olllce Washington statlun, 010 ana
13U i'tmisjhnhlu avenue, corner orFourieenth
strut, here ordera will lie taken lur baggage to
bechrekedand received at any point lu it-uclty.
B. DUNHAM. C.K.LOHD,
Gen, Man . Baltimore. p. A,
(LEAVK II, &. 1'. DKFOT. SIXTH AND 11 5-TH.)
11.15 A. M For all way stations, Lexington, ly.,
l.Giitsvllie, Cincinnati, Columbus, bt. Louis,
. Dally except Sunday.
II A M.-I-Hr Nepflii News, Old Point Com
fort nud Norfolk. DIIy cxeept snuitny.
3i In 1. M. Frr Louisville, c'lncltiunil, st, i.ouls
ami l.'lilngo, coiineclliig lor all points West,
NortliHisl nd puillliutsl: last express dally;
decs nol slop lor local business: through full
mat, MrvlceU) Louisville and Cincinnati.
For tickets ami liifnmuitlon apply at C. A O.
Itnllwaj olllce. 613 Pennsylvania avenue, under
Nitllcnal Hotel: Vn. Midland Hallway odlcc.Wl
l'cun, avenue, and B. Ai 1', station,
11. W. FULLER.
C.W.SMITH. "'"airaosenger Agent.
(lent ral Manager,
FRANK 'IIIII.O.N K. Paspenger Agent,
WASHINGTON OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
- ROAD COMPANY.
TWO TRAINS DAILY RKTWKEN ALEX.
ANURIA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave WaslilLglon at (,2s a, ni. and 4:23 p. m.
and Alexandria at 0:35 a.m. and 4:35 p. in. Fat
Lee-sburg. doing westward, at 11:30 a, m,and6:3
P.m., and r.rrlvo at Round Mil al 12:19 p. in. and
7.2SI p. m.
Leavo Hound Hill at 5:30 a. ni. and 4:3Sp.m.
I'a-s I.teablirp, going eastward, at 6:12 a, m. and
C:I7 p. m Mia arrive at Alexandria nt 6:03 a. tn.
and 7:17 p. a, ami at Washington nt 8:15 a.m. aad
7.25 p. m,
SUNDAY TRAINS leave Ronnd Hill at S:30.
m. r.uu 4:15 i. m. Arrives at Alexandria at $;'ji a.
rn. and 7:17 p. in. and Washington at b:lS a. m,
and 7:23 p m. Leavo Washington at 9:25 a. m.
mittlMp. ni., Alexandria at 9:35 a. m. and f:15
p.m.; 1'iif-s Leesliurg, going eastward, at (1:12 a,
m. and 6:17 p. m.: westward, lliKi a, m, and 10:19
S. M. BItOPHY.Buperlntendfnt.
DAILY LINETO NORFOLK AND FORTRESS
Stum i e. Steamers Oeorgo Loary and
Exccltl r, icmmenclug Mny ll, 1885,
Ono or thtso popular stoamers will leavo
Soenth-s. ot whart DAILY, except SUNDAY,
at S :I0 p. in For particulars luqulro at com
pnny'p oiu -11,7th st. whnrl. Tulephono No.
7-ia-:l, W, p WELCH, General Aguut.
J F0RTRLS3 MONROK AND NORFOLK.
FIRST-CLASS FARE, f I: ROUND TRIP. It.aJ.
Steamer JaNK MOSKLKY Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday aift:3u u, m.
Passage and rooms secured at General Olllce,
Blxth-street wharr. Tcliphoiiecall.ui.
POTOMAC ltlVKIt l.ANDINOs.-Htpamer
Tl tOMPbON Monday, Wednisday and Friday at
7 a. UK nol 3
ROOM MOULDINGS, &r
The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
411 NINTH ST. NORTHWEST.
Has in Hock a mil lino ot Carpeting, all
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa nnd Straw MrUdijh,
Aleo latest styles tn Wall l'apar, Window
Shades aud Curtain Goods. Wire Window an I
120 NINTH BTREET NORTHNY)
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