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THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27, 1885.
" LIQUID BEEAD, "
A MALT EXTRACT.
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BUBOHELL,
1325 F, STREET.
PEAOE I PEAOE! PEAOE!
WILBON'B OELEDRATED WUI8KY,
BUKFY MALT WHISKY, ,
110YAL CREAM AND CABINET WHISKY,
Cor. Third nml A Hired n. c.
BROWING & MIDDLETON,
Wnolcsalo and Rotall Doalers la
Groceries, Fine Wines,&c.
AGENTS FOR WERNER'S .
A rro Amorlcnn Wlno. All tho boat Forolgn
Cordials and Hitters. Wo nro nlso Agents tor
tho Celebrated OLY8MIO WATEIt, ana
Calvin Shnfer'sWild Cherry Rook and Ryo
McCAULEY & DELLWIG,
200 l'cnna. avo, oast, ana to 4
DELLWIG & McCAULEY,
nor. 2d and 0 8ts. n. o.,
FOIl rOKE MOCHA, JAVA, MA1IA0AIBO AMI)
HIP COFFEE. '
WHEN YOU ARK BUYING.
TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES,
Remember yon can got them at New York Prices
American Tea Store,
COK. BEVKNTU AND I BTB.
bauuuuk a Hamilton,
JLOUIl, WINK AND GROCERY MKROHANTfl
Old to 010 round, avomie.
Don't forget to tell your mother of
BKLUY'S commodious facilities for pleas
ing; every one.
Tor tills week only goods tlmt havo formerly
Hold for $2, now 81.75; Sl.r0, now 81.25; SI,
.Tho nbovo mo leather, and when wo say
leather wo mean It,
Tnko advantage of this week's bargains and
come straight to
J. W. SELBY'S,
1011 AND 1010 FENNA. AVE.
LOOK AT THE
$15 Plain and Check Suits
E. B. BARNUM & OO.'S
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
111! PENN. AVE.
Ovorcoatiis and Tmseriiiss
0(mr own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, please call, Inspect and leave your orders at
THE LEADING TAILORING ESTABLIBU
MENT OF WASHINGTON. Rest Goods. Best
Trimmings, None but first-class workmen cm
ployed at 1111 PENN. AVENUE.
H. D. BARR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
B. BOBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Clothiers,
009 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
We will offer our entire stock ot Overcoats
at greatly reduced price?.
421 Seventh stroot,
(under Odd-Follows' nail),
no21 M. F. EIBEMAN, Manager.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania Aye. 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CL0THIN6,
eie AisriD ais 7th st-
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILOH8 AND OLOTUI15K3.
015 riCNNA. AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel.
G. T. KEEN,
414 Ninth Street Northwest,
1222 F STREET NORTHWEST.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
V A. V. VWNA,V V VWVVWW VVAAA.VVWVW
1323 F Street N. W Opp. tho Ebultt,
WANIIIMOTON, I). C.
(Tho Olarondon, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
Old Established Ladlos' and Clontlomon's
Spring m mm
Oyster Saloon & Restaurant,
1010 PENN, AVE. AND ELEVENTH ST,
HARVEY & HOLDEN, Proprietors.
'HAnVEY," tbo originator or tho Btearaod
1401 NEW Y0I1K AVENUE, Cor. 14tU street.
Permanent and tranelont guests accommo
dated, Cars to all parts ot tbo city pass tbo
MRS. M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress
BLACK I3YKS AND 111.012 CHINA.
Her cyo-Kli") sparkles llko a star,
Herbniigs cares tho passing breeze!
Her cultured fancy roams afar
In scorch of something Japanese
With roo nml Illy duly frnught,
Her girlish cheeks nro fair to vlow;
Her mltnl Is tho Inquiring sort,
Jlcr blood nnd Clilmi deeply bluo.
With learned skill and untln,uo rage,
Sho rend tho secrets quaintly bid
Beneath the gathcicd dust of ago
On obelisk nnd pyramid.
When I prepnro to wrlto at rno,
Beguiling thoughts of her nrlscj
Her fairy foot-prints cross my t',
Her ilectlng dimples dot my IV.
With such bewitching oyes of Jet,
And parted lips that strangely plcaso,
Sho well would suit my cabinet
As fcoinethlng from thu Hostonc.a.
K, A. Macon, In Life.
CAM.llll HACK TO DUTY I1Y Till! VOICT. Of A
1 wonder If you lovo children! If not,
it is bieausc you do not know enough
nbotit them, nnd tliereforoliavc falsa ideas
on tlio subject.
There, for exniniilc, is little Lottie. A
lovely child, with dark Hawing tresses
that nro Impatiently toscd here and llmro
wlicusiioKliakes that deliaut little head;
her eyes arc deep violet, nml possess a
peculiar aptitude for finding out hidden
sweetmeats; and there is tho rosy llttlo
mouth, to which those same dainties are
m welcome, nnd which puckers up to pout
and wee) when they are refused.
"Alt," some one will cay, "n naughty,
spoilt child." Oh, no, only n very child
like child, Just ns nature made her. Tho
good father nbovo kndws why children
must bo children, why they arc often
naughty and cry lor goodies nnd, above
nil, why they must nsk so ninny questions.
Questions! Lottie understood that to per
fection. It was her nmuscment. Sho
wanted to know everything. She was
perpetually milking inquiries. Very often
she did not wait nt nil for on answer; be
fore it cumc something else would attract
her attention, ami she would prattle on
nnd on forever. She was so bright nnd
lovable that it bounded very sweet.
lint one day the little one became
frightened nt n severe storm which arose.
The mother luid gone to visit some friends
nnd tho maid wos also absent, so little
Lottie was left in the nursery nlone. Tho
lightning tuur thunder were incessant.
Holding mi apple tight In her baud, thu
child glided from the room nnd mndc her
way to her father's study, whero lie was
now sitting, writing n letter n long fare
well letter to life, hope, everything. Ho
had been n wealthy young merchant, but
one short hour ago. With generous heart
lie had stood security for friends, who had
grossly swindled him in return. Ills
wealth was gone; on tho table beside him
lay the telegram bearing the fatal news
that he was n beggar.
Although only thirty, lie was no longer
n young man; in one hour lie had grown
aged, broken down, finished with life.
'1 lie past lay behind himliko n lost para
disc tlmt happy past, with wife nnd
child by his side. His young wife, who
bad never known nenre, to whom lie had
promised an existence of sunshine, she
would now Ijp obliged to learn to know
dark days of misery, of poverty, of dis
grace. Yes, disgrace! For tho world does
not forgive a rich man for becoming poor;
it pushes him aside, it knows him no
more. And lie, who out of tho goodness
of his heart had given away all, who
would believe him? His lellow men
would say, ho is n rogue, lie must
lie; nnd they would despise him.
Kven if tho world did c.xcuso him, could
he excuse himself? Could ho say to his
innocent wife: "Suffer, bear all tills mis
cry for my sake?" Would ho who had
plunged her into the abyss Of want de
serve such n sncrillce?
Thus his thoughts tortured him, and
drove him toward death; therefore ho was
writing his parting letter to his wife, lie
racked his brain to 11ml suitable words
with which to explain to her how it had
nil come about, and to beg her forgive
ness, lly tho side of the paper on which
lie wrote lay a pistol. When lie hud fin
is, bed writing lie would grasp it, nnd
All nt once he saw soft little fingers laid
on tlio weapon. In the noise of the storm
he had not heard the child come in. Ter
rified, ho caught tho little hand.
"What do you want?" lie asked, with
rough voice and averted face. He could
not look nt the innocent one whom lie was
about to make an orphan.
"1 was so nfrai(l.,f she said. "It liuht-
nines so slinrp 1 want to stay with you."
lie did not answer, but wrote on in
tently. Ho could send tlio child away
later, and then
"Papa," shensked, "what is that?"
"A pistol, to shoot with."
"Like the littlo ono Willio got from Santa
Clans?" AVillie was a neighbor's son, and
his pistol had been n Christmas gift.
"Yes, but bo still nnd let me writo."
She did not remain silent long. "Papa,"
sho began again, "did vou get yours too
from Santa Clans? Will you shoot with it,
Ho inado no answer, but wrote on.
"Papa, who makes it thunder so"
"Tho good God,"hcMiid, and wrotcstill.
"Do you know, I will pray to tho good
Ood to stop it. It is so-dreadful.
His lips moved slightly. Then sho
nskid again, "Papa, when is the good
Cod's birthdav? 1 have piomised Him
something on Ills birthday, ir He stops it."
Hut tlio fathor wiote on, wroto of his
destroyed hopes, of his deathly sufferings
ami despair, while tho child stood at his
sido ami prattled.
"Papa, bos the good fiod children, too?"
They must get lovely things from Santa
Clans! Papa, do you know whero tho
stork lives? I asked mamma, but she
said when he brought mo to her ho How
right oil' again, away, away oil'. 1 would
like to see him soma day. Willie says bo
has seen liim, hut I don't know if it was
my stork or not."
At last sho wanted to bite her apple, but
she icmcnibered mamma had lorbiddeu
her to eat it impeded. Laying ono little
hand on the writer's arm, alio stopped the
"Pleaso. papa, peel my applo."
Ho turned hastily and would have
eluded her, but when he met the clear
brown eyes looking so confidingly into
his, ho could not summon courairo to do
it. Taking his pocket-knife ho began to
peel the apple, Lottio looked on.
"What makes an applo have n peel ll;o
that? Tho good fiod lets It grow on, nlul I
cannot cat it. What uso is it?"
"Why it keeps the cold out in winter,"
lie replied, handing her the fruit,
She was just going to press it with tlio
pearly little teeth, when she thought of
something else and asked: "What good
does that do?"
Sho looked so innocent, so sweet, ho was
completely overcome. Drawing her to
him, he ill ted her on his knee and covered
her fnco with kisses. At last, at last, ho
could weep I
Sho thought he was afraid of the storm.
which idea incieased her alarms, and she
began to ween also, "All. it is so dread
ful I" sho whispered. "You must promiso
Him something, too, II lie will only
"What shall I promise, Lottie?"
Sho could only think of what sho her
self promised, when her patents wore
vexed at her fears. "You promiso that
you will be right bravo!"
That cut him to tbo heart. Do bravo !
To lly fioni life, to foiwiko wife and child
wns that bravo? Ho gave her no an
swer. "Hnvq you promised?" shonsked after
n piuiso, and Just tliep u dn..ling Hash
fame. "Quek I promho now," sho urged,
and in her Increasing terror sho began to
pray aloud Just what came into her miiU
ilrsf. "Father above, protect my sleoi)
and let thy angels keop watch over mo."
"Kntlior," his heart whispered, "Thou
art tlio father of tills llttlo ono, who in
trusting lovo reposes on Thy breast, look
ing to Tlieo for protection; wilt Thou then
abandon her, never to bo at hand to watcli
over her, to protect her youthful steps
in (ho untried Journoy through life?"
Then a volco answered; "Is not even that
better than to tee her jjrow up in poverty
and prlvntion with no power to help?"
Ho seized the pen ngain,
"If mamma was only here," sighed the
child. "If ninmnin wns hero would you
be afraid then, papa?"
"All, no," bis heart answered. Wlmf
should lie fear with Ids fnlthriil. loving
wife nt ids side, ready to sharo Ids bur
dens, Another ilnsli nnd thunderclap! Tho
morning's prnycr rose lo tho child's lips
nnd sho commenced in n half-singing
voice: "Dear Father, bless mo nnd mnke
papa ond mamma happy by making mo
good." Then the little head drooped
drowsily, tlio little hand nestled to his
Hut thought rushed with lightning
speed within Ills brain. "Make papa nnd
iiinuimn nappy ny mnKing mo goon.-'
Wns nothing more necessary for happi
ness? Loving imrcnts nnd n irood child.
was that all? And the volco in his heart
answered1. "Tlint Is happiness," "Iluttlio
world," said the unfinished letter, "can
you have it and bo happy?" And tho
answer came: "Yes, happy." Thus the
conflict in Ids heart raged ttimultuously.
Meantime Lottie had fallen asleep, with
thelnpple in her hand, the soft brown
curls brushing his check. He could not
movo without awakening her. Therefore
the writing ceased.
A long hour of ngony passed thus. Tho
storm was over, the HUiHiino canto nnd
Willi it the wife and mother. When sho
appeared in the doorway lie
pointed to Lottie, lnid his linger
on his lip and bunded her the tele
iirnin nnd tbo unfinished Idler. .She i.rmv
deadly pale and looked at him Inquir
ingly. J'or repiy ins eyes lighted tin una
liis lips pressed kisses on Lottio's brow,
Ingly. For reply ids eyes lighted up nnd
Ills Ilns messed kisses on Lottio's brow.
She understood this silent, solemn vow,
and, approaching, lnid her hand upon the
Thus they stood, courageous nnd happy,
ready to battle with the new life. -Translated
from tbo Clerninn for the New Or
A RECORD OF ENTERPRISE.
History of tlio Klso r the IIiiuso of
I.itiiHliiirfrli V Ilro.
The history of tho house of Lnnsburgh
iv. Ilro. has a record of interesting, pro
gressive enterprise. The firm began busi
ness on a small cash capital in the old
Intelligencer building, corner of Seventh
nnd 1) streets, but their trade grew so
rapidly that they were compelled to ob
tain more commodious quarters. Adjoin
ing buildings were leased, several stores
converted Into one, but, enlarge as they
might, their business increased faster
than they could provide for Its demands.
They saw Hint they must build for them
selves. Soon tho hniiiNoinc building
which they now occupy wns erected.
Thiswnstbe largest dry-goods store south
of Philadelphia. Hut oven their now
building was not largo enough, nnd be
fore long tho firm had bought the prop
erty adjoining on the west, and as rapidly
n" good workmanship could accomplish ft
another elegant edifice arose similar in
style of architecture to tlio ono already
Hut, again, all departments of the house
demand more room. Again, the increas
ing business has made an enlargement of
the store inevitable. Consequently the
managers are now erecting nil annex on
Kighth street, which will have n frontage
ottWl feet and n depth of 101 feet. It will
bo two stories in height. It is needed to
accommodate tho immense stock oC. fall
goods which the firm intend to purchase.
A complete system of electric lighting
has just been added to tho establishment.
Tho Thomas Houston Klcetrio Light Com
pany of Iloston havo just completed mi
electric plant In the cellar. Noiseless en
gines of L'5 horse-power have been put in,
and will run the dynamos. The light pro
duced is exceedingly fine, and the place is
made n brilliant baznrat evening.
To add to the comfort of customers, tho
indefatigable firm have attached twelve
patent fans to the ceiliim in dill'eront narts
of the store. These .create such n low
temperature that the store is rendered a
most delightful retreat on warm days. Tho
fans nro highly ornamental. Tboy aro run
by n small engine, placed in the cellar.
DISTRIBUTION OF SHAD FRY.
ltelnrii of tlio .Sleniner T.onlcimt From
Hot' Southern Cruise.
The United States flsh-hatcliing steamer
Lookout, Captain James A. Smith, wont
to llattcry Station, about four miles above
Havicdo Grace, on Monday, with a party
of cxcuisionists who ennio from Washing
ton, among whom wero Huron do Struvc,
the Hussian Minister, and wife; Mr. Soulo
and wife, Coiigicssman Palmer of Maine,
MnjorT. 11. Ferguson, United States Fish
Commissioner, and wife, nnd others. llat
tcry Station is the principal fish-lintchlng
station In Maryland waters.
The Lookout has been on n Southern
cruise. Sho started from Uultimoro early
in February and left !l,(XX),000 shad eggs
nnd young shad at llattcry Station, which
were taken fioni tho waters of tlio Poto
mac and Susquehanna rivers mid the
Gulf of Florida. From tiie station there
wero shipped on Thursday l,i!00,00'J shad
fry to the Hudson lllver. and yesterday
1,600.000 to Atlanta, (hi. The Lookout is
supplied with the gloss hatching jars and
copper cones in which the spawn aro
pinccit.. uipiaiu Mann says imu tuesuiui
fry mo plentiful in tho Delaware IUver,
but scarce in thu Potomac and Susque
hanna. llnjiiril unit UrowHlur Ilcforn tho War.
The swell place of Philadelphia thirty
years ago, says tho AVie of that city, was
In u baseniunt on Ninth street above
Chestnut. Its proprietor was Harry Con
nelly, and ono of his regular patrons was
Thomas F. Hayitrd, now Secretary of State,
but then a young Wilmington lawyer, who
frequently camo to Philadelphia and en
gaged in friendly discussions In Connelly's
place with Hcnjmuiu Harris Ilrcwstor, then
n fervent Democrat. Tho advent of tho
war, however, led to a breach of friend
ship between these two great men on ac
count of tlio wido dlvorgcneo of their
views on tlio subject of the rights of tho
National and tlio State governments, and
it was in Connelly's phtco that tbo future
Attorney-General told tho future Secretary
of State that lie ought to bo banged to a
lamp-post on account of some utterance
by Mr. llayard that Mr. Hrowster deemed
Mr. Slioi'iimu on ISIOIoIiiIMmii.
Senator John Sherman who Is now visit
ing Sun Francisco was tendered a public
reception Monday by tbo members of
tlio Chamber of Commerce, Hoard of
Trade, and Manufacturers' Association.
In replying to tho address of weleomo
Senator Sherman touched on tho silver
question. Ho sold: "Wo want a certain
adjustment between silver and g"hl,
that both theso metals may bo coined
free, that they may bo deposited in tbo
United States Treasury in exchongo for
money certificates, and both bo so'ndjusted
that they may travel all over tbo world,
equal to each other In every land. To ae
coinplish this, silver must bo purchased,
coined, and paid out at market rates, or
received on deposit at market rates and
paper money Issued for it. This will givo
a bl-nietnlllc money, good not only In San
Francisco, but in New York. Loudon, and
all other parts of the world,"
"Tho World Is nil n ricotlng hlirnv."
And a very poor show it is to the man
whoso bond swims with vertigo, and
whoso stomach is powerless to digest a
tqtioro meal. It is n show of ijiUcry,
dilapidation nnd despair enough to make
tho man wisli it was n great deal more
fleeting than It Is, Hut there aro bright
days ahead, if you folks will bo wise. M r.
Oley Groh, Sheboygan, Wis., says:
"Ihown's Iron Hitlers cured mo ofdlz.i
ness and debility," Follow his example.
' - i
"Aldornoy Ilnlry Wao!in."
, Fiosh Alderney butler, chinned every morn
ing and delivered In Jfi lb, "Ward" prints, Hlo.,
pir U. Also cottiiEO checbo, buttermilk and
sweet milk, De, perqt. Cream, IDo, per pint.
NotniY plaid sult3toorilcr,9m, Hamburger's
THE INTEREST IN HORSE RACING.
How It Wns Shown Y's(crdny by tlio
Washington Sporting Mt-u.
That the love of horse racing is largely
on the increnso here in "Washington was
shown by the great interest taken in tlio
Jerome meeting yesterday,
Tlio opening of tlio Turf Club rooms, in
tho Harris House, has greatly added to tbo
interest, hut the club will have to oiler
belter odds than they do now to get much
money from nny hut greenhorns.
In New York they were laying In tlio
Fordhnin handicap nt the post 10 to 1
against llelln. Hero the odds were at tho
hist 8tol; 1! to 1 ngnlnst Heel-aiid-Too
wasoH'crcd here, wliilein New York tho
odds were 10 lo 1; 25 to 1 Chnnticlccr nnd
VI to 1 Topsy in New York,
In New York, for tho Withers they
were laying live to one against 'locum
tell. The post odds here were eight to five.
If they had laid live to one here they
would hnve broken the town, Fftccu to
one ngniust Saltpetre and fi to 1 against
llnrcloot in New York. Hiiro
foot had no eaithly chnneo in the woild
to win, ami If tlio turf club hero bad put
the odds right upon him, ho would have
carriid a great deal of money.
Tile result of tbo races were mostly stir
'prises. Mammonist won so handily at the
Itocknwny hunt Inst week, and showed to
be in such good condition, that ninny of
the knowing ones expected him to win, de
spite the well-known speed of Little Miuch.
nt the distance. The second race looked n
good thing for Mnrkluud, yet Pampero
repeated his surprise of lust year at
jciomc, Miictracic evidently suits mm
The Fordhttin Handicap looked cither
Duchess or Wnllnnsce's race, butllevcller
won it handily, with tho other Lord
lard's Comaneho second.
'J be Withers is a thing of the past, and
the big California colt Tyrant is tlio win
ner, A week ngo Tyrant was given n
speeding, and on this trial ids friends be
came very swefct on Ids chances. It looks
very much as though Tccuiuseh had the
lino edge taken oil' his speed by his hard
work here, and Ids transfer immediately
nfterwnrds to Jerome. Itichmoud got the
phice,ns Ids friends wero sure ho would.
Albia was n great favorite for tho fifth
race, hut tbo'o who remembered Wave
o' Light's line performances at Hrighton
last season, at flic distance, thought well
of bis chances. He could not get better
tlimi second place, the favorite winning.
Out of a big field in the steeplechase all
wcie scratched but four, Abraham, tbo
best of the four, winning.
To-day will see the second day's sport at
Hrighton, and to-morrow continues tbo
rating at Jerome.
Heating was quite lively last night.
The Anaiosttuis had out their slx-oared
gig, and took a long pull .
Tho Potonincs wero out in their eight.
The Columbia eight took n long pull up
Utirnall of tlio Wasliingtons was out in
a single, nnd went up as lar ns tbo Colum
bia landing. MeFurlnnd and Laphum of
the Mime club wcreoutin a double, wiillo
tbesenior eiew took their customary long
Thcic is talk ofa race In single scull
working boats between Duruall and Lap
ham of tho Washington Club,
The Coluinbias gave a largo barge party
last night at their landing. Their barge
and the Analostans both went up the
river filled with club members and their
There Is n strong probability that u steam
launch will be put on to run evening) be
tween tlio several boathousws and the up
river landings. Such nu arrangement
would meet with popular favor.
Hob lloltzinan's up-river landing is now
in more favor than ever. Hob has gotten
to bo oneof tlicinstitiitlousof rowiiigherc.
The new paper four-oared shell of tho
Witshhiglons will bo here not later than
Tueday of next week. It will bo one of
the best fours over brought here.
Tho Nationals dropped another game
yesterday to the Trentons. This Kastom
League is not such n "bum" association
after all, and if tbo Nationals want tho
championship, they have got to play ball
all the time. There is oneconifort, if they
can't beat the Kastcrn Association clubs,
they can tlio League and tho American
Association, and their first opportunity for
sometime comes to-morrow in the shape
of "Hni nie's great aggregation." Tho de
feats tho homo boys havo sustained lately
will probably tend lo make them second
choice in tlio betting, but they are obliged
to beat tbo Haltimqres, and you may set it
down for a fact that they will beat them.
Tho result f the several games yester
day weie as follows: Chicago Iloston, 11
to 10. Providence Detroit, 3 t( 2. Pitts
burg Holtiiuoro,. 2 to 1. Louisville
Metropolitan, 8to0. Cincinnati Athletic,
H)to r. NorfolkNewark, 1 to 1. Lan
caster Wilmington, (i to 2. Virginia
Jersey City, 10 to 0. Trenton National,
10 to 7.
The Virginias nro ffhrelv playing grc.it
ball. Only onedefeat to date. They nro
scheduled to ploy the Hrooklyns to-day at
llrooklyn. If the game comes oil' it's safe
to say that the Virginias will bo the vic
tois. The Ml. Vuriinii lli'Reiits.
Captain lllako of the Corcoran rec
ommended to tho Mt. Vernon I'egeuts
yesterday that lunch stands bo allowed
Insido thogiounds and that the wharf bo
enlarged. A bonus of&VX) has been of
fered by a well known caterer of this city
for permission to serve first class meals
on the grounds at fit) cents. rCstimates
weioaho received for enlarging the wharf,
tho cost of which is not to exceed $2,000.
Three ladles have been selected to fill
vacancies caused bv death. Wilson .Mac
Donald, tho Now York sculptor, will ad
dress the council to-day upon the subject
of tlio plastic likeness of Washington and
the Ifoudon "life cast," niado by Mr.
Houdou at Mount Vernon in 178."). Tho
bust is in tho possesion of Miss Hello Mac
Donald, a daughter of the sculptor, niida
piopositlon will probably bo made to
place the bust again nt Mt. Vernon or
dispose of it to the Government to be
placed in the Capitol,
Private Cutter, Twenty-fifth Infantry,
stationed at Fort Snclllng, Minn., near
St. Paul, outraged n young German mnr
ried woman nboul two weeks ago. Tho
outrage took place on tho ice rvntion, and
Outer was piomptly tried by a general
eoiiit-inartial, which convicted and sen
tenced him to thirty years in tlio peniten
tiary at hard labor.
An Oiloiislvo llrenlli
lamest distressing, not only to iho person nf
llleli'd If ho Imsiiuy pride, but to those with
whonilui comes hi contact, It Is u dolicntn
mutter tospeukof, but It litis pin ted nut only
friends but lovers. Had breath and catarrh
nro Inseparable, Dr. Simo's I'utnrrli llenuvly
fines tho worst eases as thousands can testify
They Stand at the Head?
THE BEST SHOES
For Gentlemen's wear, in the World, for the
money ira made ly
STACY, ADAftfiS &-CO.
COMFOJtT, STVr.Il & SIIIIA1IIX.ITV I
Ml your dealer for the Stacy. Adms A Co. Shoe.
Theso KOodo iiomndonf thoiieit Trench and Da-
roeatic stock. Ivnnpnioo tops, In hand and innchina
eewsd, in CONQltUSH, 1IUTT0N and LACE, aud
1JVE11Y l'AIH WAURANTED. Batlifacllon U
KUHMittcd everyone- that near) the Stacy, Adams
a Co. Blioo, Bold everywhere by tlrst-clum dealen.
It these goods aro not ltopt In stoctc by your
dealer semi your address to BrACY, ADAMS &
Co,, 1)8 tlummer tUroet, Uoston, Mass,
CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
SSV. " s N
315 Seventh Street.
And Upholstery Materials.
415 Sovontli St. N. W.
Carpots, rurnlturo and Upholstory, New
Canton llnttlngt, a largo Stock ot Ilaby Car
riages, and tho colobratod
Window Screens and tho Cclebratod Wood
Looso Covers for Furnlturo a Specialty.
Carpet, Furnlturo, Bedding, Dra
pery and Upholstery Warcraoms.
601 MARKET BI'AOE, 308 ft 310 8th St. n. W.
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
817 Market Space, l'u. avo,, nonr nth St.
Now York! flnltlmoroi
112 ruth avenuo. 201 20O w. mito. et.
Grand, Upright and Square Piano
Wo bee to announco to our Wnghlncton pa
trons that desiring to orfor thorn groater facili
ties in their dealings with no, wo have oponod
017 Market Space, Pa. avc., near 9lh St.,
Tbo eamo nro conducted directly by our
selves, and customors can deal with ua thoro
to precisely tbo snmo advnntngo as at ourBnl
tlmoronnd Now York establishments,
A full nseortmontot our various stylos ot
Grands, Uprights and Hiuaro rianos will con
stantly bo found on band.
WM. KNA13U & CO.
CBTIANOS FOlt KENT.
Tuning nnd rapalrlng.promptly attondod to
by experienced workmon. in28-2m
EwCrsonJStccK& Ban's Pianos
Wilcox n Whlto and Kimball
Organs. Pianos nnd Organs sold
on Installment;, rented or exchangod ; ront ap
plied If purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing partner ot tho lato Urm ot Ellto & Co.
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Mackinaw Straw Eats
Tho celobratod MACKINAW STll.UV HATS
DUNLAP &. CO. of New York
1'cail and Doo color, DresB and Derby hats
In all shape?, at
WILLETT & RUOFF'S,
Solo Agents for Dunlap's Now York Ilats,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENDE.
WHARVES AND RAILROAD YARD
12th nnd Water Bts. B. W.
BRANCH YARDS AND OFFICES.
(Councctod by Telopbono.)
1202 V street northwest.
1515 Sovontli etrcet northwest.
17'10 Pennsylvania avo. northwest.
1112 Ninth street northwost.
Cornnr 3d nnd K stroots northwost.
myd tf 221 Pennsylvania avo, soutbwost.
The Eest and Most Profusely Illustrated
Work on Washington Ever
"THE MTIOHAL CAPITAL,"
Washington, Past and Present.
Editor " Washington Tost,"
JOS. WEST MOORE,
Author and Journalist,
THREE EUNZRED PI0TUBE3,
Including Nearly All of tho Most Noted
WILL DE READY MONDAY, MAY 18,
W. R. SPEARE,
TJ3srr e :r,t .a.:k: bb,
010 F STREET NORTHWEST,
Everything strictly unit-class nnd on tho
most reasonable terms. (Camp Chairs to biro
for nil occasions.) myl-lyr
Sharpless' dandy Store.
Oront itoduction In rrlcos. Eutiro Stock at
Lees than coet.
Oil PENN A. AVENUE.
China-ware ana Hoiiscfarnisliiiig Goods,
AT LOW PRICES.
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
408 SEVENTH ST. NORTHWEST,
S. 11. MEYER, 922 7th St. N. W.
UOLD AND SILVER TRIMMINO,
Manufacturer ot Banners, Club and Society
Badges, Regalias, lie.
W. H. HA.RROVER,
313 SEVENTH STREET NORTHWEST,
STOVES, RANGES and HEATERS,
STOVE and FURNACE REPAIRS.
life & E
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW STOCK. HEW STYLES.
Cheapest Boots & Shoes
IN THE CITY AT
"W .A. ID 3? E -2" ' S3
0011. PTH AND E ITd. N. W.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
1830 AND in 11 F STREET,
And t Avcnno Btoro-OlS 1'ENN. AVKNUK
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON, 0
fwS 423 SEVENTH STREET,
Undor Odd.l'ollowa' Hall,
E, C, Burt's Flno Shoos tor ladlos n specialty.
IJOUT AMU HHOKMAKlCIt,
437KTrntliNl.n.w.. nml OB7 Pn.nrc.i.r,
Wyckoff, Seamans & Bonodict,
Washington O 111 en, Cor. Htlmnil VBttt.
I havo bad a cancer on my fnco for many
yenre. I havo tried a groat many romodlet,
but without relief. I almost gavo up hope ot
ever being cured. Dr. Uardman, my son, ro
comroouded Swill's Speclllc, which I havo
taken with great rosultd. My faco Is now well,
nnd It Is Impoeslblo tor mo to express my
thanks In wurks for what Hits niodlclno has
(l(llll) lor mo, Mim. omvi: HAllUMAN.
Mcnroc, On., Sept. 2, 1881.
Swift's Speclllo has cured a cancer on my
face, and has nlinOHt mado a now man ot mo.
T. J. TEATE, W.iclsan, l'la.
I havo had a cancor In my right oar tor three
yonrs, I tried ovety romody tho tphynlclnus
practiced, to no permanent good. Sivltfs So
clllc has wrought wonders for mo. It la tho
best blood purltler In tlio world.
John S. Moiutow, Floronce, All.
Swift's Speclllc Is cntlroly vegetable, ami
seems to euro cancor by forcing out tho Im
purities from tho blood,
Troutlso on Blood and Skin Dlsoasos mailed
the swirr BPrcirio 00., Drawer 3, At
lama, On., or 151J W. 2,'Jd St., N. Y.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
Immediate relief tnr Cold In the Head, Soro
NobP. Catarrh Ac. 10c. a box. For sale by all
llCMI.livl lit H. AvIutliiKif )outliinllmiirudincu
rautiiiK i'rcinaturo Decay, Pu'noua Debility, Lout
Manhnmj, ,lc, IimIiih tried In vnln etery knonn
whleh howillpml ritr.ll InhlH fellow-milTnrerM.
And TOOTH CROWNS for roots and brokon or
badly decayed teeth.
GENERAL DENTisrRY in all lt) branches.
C. L. ANDERSON, D. D. S
001 THIRTEENTH ST COR. F ST.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
"Wmonertoycerltfytnac ictiupirttie thear
rangtmentifor all the Monthly and Html-Annual
Drawlngt of The Louisiana Stale Lottery Com
pany, and In person manage and control the
Vraicmgi themselves, and that the same are con.
ducted with honesty, fairness, and m good faith
toward allpartles, and we authorize the Company
to use this certificate, with facsimiles of our sig
natures attached. In Its advtrtistments,"
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I
Over Half n Million Distributed,
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorporated In 18C8 for ZS years by the Lcglalt,
Utnrofor Kdncatlonal mt Charitable purposes
with n capital of 11.000,000 lo which a resorvo
land ol over ISSO.oou baa slnco been added.
lly an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present SUtoCotutltutlon
adopted December 2, A. D, 1S73,
IIn 41riiiiil.Miicl.iiniii'Iriiu liigo will
take place monthly. 11 ntier scales or iiosipoiKt.
Look at thu following distribution:
lMlst Uriiuil Monthly
In llio Academy oCllimli', Now Orleans,
TUE.NliAY, JU.M1 10, 1NN.1.
Under tho personal supervision und management
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, &
Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Vlrnlnla.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
jt3Niillr Tlelu'lw nro 1Yn Dollius
only. lli,l,m,63. llllli-, tJ. I'eiillis,!jl.
LIST OF l'RIZKtj.
lOAriTAL l'UIZK OF f 150,000 tlW.ooi
KIHANDl'llI.KOF W,iO 50,
1 (IRANI) l'HI.K 01'" ),() '.H.lJfK)
2LAIIOK Pltl.hSOF JO.IKio IM.UJll
-UiAltUKl'itl.KSOF S.dOU WOO
20 PRIZES OF 1,10 a),(x)
60 " find i5,000
100 " 3UI 30,000
am " 200 1,(110
Cti) " KO 1,0,0110
1,000 " SO w,ww
ICO Approximation Prizes ol (Joo f3),Goo
loo 100 10,000
KO " " 75 7,600
jHJ Prizes, amonnlleg to tS.M.VM
Application lor rates to rlnbs should be made
only to the offlco of the Company In New Or
leans, For farther Information write clearly, giving
tnll address, 1'OVl'AI. NOTr.N, Express
Morcy Orders or Now York Exchange In ordi
nary letter. Currency by Kxnress (all soma ot
(and upward! at our expense) addressed
31. A. UAUIMII.V.
Neil' OrloiMiM, l,ii.
Make P. O. Money Orders payablo and addrcsa
Rftdatered Letters to
HEW OW.KANH NATIONAL HANK,
Now Orleans, I.u,
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
THE BEST IN THE D1STRI0T.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent.
1221 TWENTY-NINTH STREET NORTHWEST
milKOREAT " ----
TO TIIK NORTH, 1TEHX AND SOUTHWEST,
DOl'IlLE TRACK. RPI.KNDID RUBNI'.RV
B'lliEL RAILS. MAC1N1FI0ENT EQUIPMENT.
in f:rrn.T iav 2 1, 1885,
Trillin Icnvo WuMilngtoii from ctntlon, corner
of Hlxlli nnd 11 strccti, ns follows!
I'orPlltidmrgiiiidtho WW, Chicago Limited
ExprwH of l'nlaco Sleeping Oars nt l: 10 a m.
dully; I'nst J.lno. II. in a. m. dally to Cincin
nati mill st. LotiK with Sleeping Cars from
IliirrMiiirgto Cincinnati and Hotel t'nr to
st . I.oul; i nlly. except Saturday, to Chicago,
with Sleeping Car Altoonatii Chicago. Chi
rnco nml Cincinnati Exproii nt 7:1(1 p. m.
dully, with sleeping Caw Washington to Chl
cngoniidllurrhhiirg In LoulsWllo; connect
tig nt llnrrWiiirgwIthWeitcrti Exnio-x wltli
I !'"iKli !"li'cpcM for f hivelanil nnd St LouH.
I'acl lo I.xprw 111 p. in dally for Pittsburg
and tho West, with through sleeper Ilnrrls
burg to Chicago,
BALT1MOUE ,t POTOMAC RAILROAD,
l'or Eilc, Coiionihilgun. Rochester, lliiffalo, Nl-
iigiirii, 10 p. m. (hilly, except Saturday, with
,.' ".,!'.!'.",c"rs w nshlr.gtnii to Itoelmatcr
InrWIlllnin'iHirt, Lock Haven nnd Elmlra, at
I): 10 a, in. dally, except Himilnv
l'or Now York nnd tho Ea-t, 7:15, 8:30 and
II n, m., '-, I, 10 p. in. ami liiilR night, On
Hiindny, 8:30 a. m 'J, I, 10 p.m. and llisin
night. Limited Exptcss of Pnllmnii Piuloi'
Cars U: 10 n. in. dally, except Sunday.
l'or Iloston without change, v! p. in. every day.
For llrooklyn, N. V.. nil through trains connect
nt -lerHcy City wllh bonis of llrooklyn Annex,
affording direct transfer to Kullon street,
avoiding double fcnhigo ncross Now York
For I'hllnili'lpJiln, 7:15,8:30 nnd tin. m 2,
1,0, HI p. m. and l!2:tn night. On Sunday,
8:3(1 a. in... "J, I, 0, 10 p, m. and lUsir, night.
Limited Lxprecs, 0:10 a.m. dally, except
For Baltimore, 0:35,7:15,8:30.0:10, 11 a.
in.. 112.05, v I. i-in, 1:10, a, 7:10, top. m
mid l'Jsin night. On Sunday, 8:30, ll.lo, 11
a. in., '., .1, o, 7:10, 10 p. in. nnd lUiin night.
lor Pope's Creek Line, 7:15 a. in., ami 1:10 p,
in, dally, except Sunday.
l'or AnniipolK 0:35 n. in., 12.05 nnd 1:25 p. m.
dally, except Sunday. On Sunday I p. in
ALEXANDRIA & rREUEltlOKBIHJRO RAIL
WAY AND ALEXANDRIA & WASH
J'or Alexandria, (I, 7, 0:25, 11:01 and Il;35
a in., 2.05, 1:2(1, 1,15, 0:25, 8:05 and 11:37
p. in. On Sunday at 0, 0:25, 11:01 a. m
8.05 p. m.
For Richmond and tho South, (land 11:01 a.
m. dally and 1:15 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
'1 ruins Icnvo Alexandria for Washington 0.0.5,
H, 10, louoa. m., 1. 3.05, 3:23. r.uo, 7.o,-
iindll:35i. in. mid 12:10 midnight, except
Monday, on Sunday nt 8 and 10:10 a. in..
7.05 nnd 1 1 :35 p. in. and 12:10 night.
Tickets nnd Infoi matloii at thoonicc.nortlieast
corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsylvania.
nenti(Mind at tho station, whero orders can
bo left for tho checking or hnggugo to destlna
llon from hotels mid residences.
CHAS.E.PIIOII, J. U. WOOD,
(iencral .Malinger. (ten. Passenger Agent.
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE IN KFI'KCT SUNDAY MAY 3
16M, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Leave Washington from Station, corner mv
Jeisty uvtnue and O street.
rorCblciiRO. Ida. m. and 10.10 p. m. dally. Tho
10a m. is n Fuot I.lmiled Kxprrss to riusbursa
ni.il Clilciigo arriving In Pittsburgh at 7.:)0p. m.,
Clikniionext morrjfiig at B.65. Ino extra lure li
charged on Ibis train lur Inst time.
For Cincinnati, Loulavlllo and Kt. Louis dall
nt 3.S0 p. in. nnd 10.10 p. m wllb through cocn
and l'ulaco Blei plug Cars to ntjovo points will..
,fiut liaijge. a.80 ti. in, train Is a fiat limited train
to Cincinnati and Bt. Louis, arriving In Cincin
nati next morning m 7.45, Bt. J.ouls u.:io p. m. No
exlra lure Is rbatged on llils train for fast time.
lor Plllsturgbat 10 a.m., with Parlor Car. and
n.iop. in. dally in Pittsburgh; Cleveland and Do
lor Ilalilmoru on weekdays. 188.8.131.52.40.7.30,
8 80 and loo'm. m .12.10, 1.2S.:U3M5-mluutctralu),
3 80. 4.3IP. 4.40. 0 4U. (I 40. 7. 8.M ami 1 1 p. In.
l'or Baltimore on Kundajs, 0.10. 7.30, 8. TO and
U.f5 it. m 1.26,1.1,0, 3.), 4,40, 6.40,(140.7. s.25
nnd 11 p. m.
For points on thu Bhuuaiuloali Valley Railroad
nnd points South, P.2' a. m nnd 0.10 p. m. lUlly.
H.S5 iu in. train tins 1'iillinan Hlcepcr from Wash
ington to New Orleans.
For Annnimlls, C40a. m. and 12.10 and 1.30 p.m.
on f-undny.ti.3u a. m,. 1,10 n. m.
, i or wny stations between Washington and Bal
timore, 6, 0.40, s.: a. in., 12.10, 3.M, 4 4n. 7 and
11 p. in. On miuiUys,S3b u. m l..)0,;i3u, 4 to, 7
aid 11 p. m. Fur stations on Meirupnlttun
Branch, 7.76 a. m. daily, except lundar, nudSMO
p.m. dally! 4.40 p. m. dully, except Buiiday, fur
Mliidial stations on Metiupolltau Branch; 6.40 u.
in. dully on humlay stois at nil stations; lor
Lexington. siaunliiD and Valley Branch, BI'M.
m, Culy, (xcipt Buuilat; for Fruderlclr, 8 I J.
m 4.4U p. m, dullv. excett Sunday.
l or llnifcrsionn and Winchester 8 40 a. in. daily
errept t-ntdsy, and r,.?u p.m. dally to lingers
to ii, dally except Sunday to Winchester.
1 rnlns arrive from Hie West dally, tl.7.20a. m.
1.16, B.-M p. m.
From Aiinanolls. S.lliln. in. nnd 1,60 and 5.23 p.
m.sbumlay, lo..'it.m.,(!,35 p.m.
1'iom LexlURlun, 8.30 p. in, dally, except Sun.
Trom Frederick und Intermediate points, 8.25 a,
m. and 8.15 p. in. dall'; except Sunday, .
Trains Icnvo Rnllluinrc fur Washington at 5.10,
(1.30. 7.20, It, H3 und 10 to a. in., 12.15, 2.80, 3, 4, 4 20
6,Uo, s, u and 11 p. in. On Sundays, G.X, 7.20, U and
V(l5ll.IU.i 1.30. 2.30, 4.20, 6,0.30, S, Ultnd It P.m.
All trains notn WnshliiKton stop at Relay Btas
Hon, exrepl 1.26, 3.15 and 0.40 p. m.
For further Information apply at tlio Baltimore
A Ohio ticket olUce Washington Station, Ot'J ana
13)1 l'tnnbylvuiila -avenue, corner (Fourteenth
street, where orders will betaken for basgaueto
be checked and received at any point In tno city.
II. DUNHAM, O.K. LOUD,
Oen. Mnn . Baltimore. O, P. A.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LKAVK B. A 1'. DEPOT, SIXTH AND 11 BTS,)
I l.l S A . M For all way stations, Lexington, Ky,,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, bt, Louis,
Dally except Sunday,
II A.M. l'or Newport News, Old Point Com
fort and Norlulk, Dally except .Sunday.
11:1(1 P. M. For Louisville, Cincinnati, bt, Louis
nml Chicago, connecting for alt points West.
Nerthnistirud Boutlmest; fast express dally;
decs not atop for local business; through Full
man service to Louisville und Cincinnati,
l'or tickets slid Information apply at C. &0.
Hallway olllce. 513 Pennsylvania avenue, under
National Hotel; Va. Midland Hallway olllce, 001
Finn, nvirjue, ami 1), & r, station.
11. W. FULLER,
General Passenger Agent,
0. W. SMITH,
FRANK TIHOtl.N. E. Passenger Agent.
WASH INGTON OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
TWO TRAINS DAILY BKTWKEN ALEXj
ANDltIA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave Washington at 9.25 a. m. and 4:25 p.m.
and Alexandria at 0:36 a.m. and 4:35 p. m. Fasa
Lcesburg. going westward, at 11:30 a. m, and 6:49
p. ra., and arrive at Bound Hill at 12:19 p. m. and
7.2J p. m.
Leave Round Hill at 6:30 a. m. and 4:35 p.m.
1'nsa Leeaburg, going esatward, at 6:12 a. m. and
5:17 p. m, Mid arrive at Alexandria at 8.03 a. m.
and 7:17 p. m, and at Washington at 8:15 a, m, and
'SUNDAY TRAINS leave Round mil at 8:30 a.
m, and 4:35 p. in. A rrlves at Alexandria at b.OJ a.
m. nnd 7:17 p. m. nnd Washington at 8:16 a. m.
and 7:26 p.m. Leave Washington at V-.23 a. m.
and 8:05 p. m., Alexandria at 9.35 a. m, and 8:15
p.m.; pass Leeaburg, going eastward, al3:12a.
m, and 6:17 p. m.; westward, 11:34 a, m, and 10:19
P'm' B. M. BROPHY. Superintendent.
DAILY L1NETO NORFOLK AND FORTRESS
Monroe. Steamers Ooorgo Loary and
Excelsior, cunmonclng May 0, 1885.
Oneot th(B0 popular stoamers will leavo
Sovcnth-etri ot wbart DAILY, oxcopt SUNDAY,
at 5 .30 p.m. For particulars inquire at Com
pany's olll;e, 7th st. wharf. Telephone No.
715-3. W. P. WELCH, General Agont.
T OW FARES
JU FORTltKbS MONROE AND NORFOLK.
FillBT-OLAbB PARK, f 1: HOUND TOUMU5,
Steamer JANE MOSELEY Mouday, Wednes
day and Buturday at 5:30 i). m.
FnBsage and rooms secured at General Ofllce,
Blxth-streetHhnrf. Telephone cnll, w,
POTOMAC RIVER LANDIN0S.-8tfamcr
THOMPSON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
7 a.m. noia
ROOM MOULDINGS, &
The Latest Styles, Lowest Prlcos.
411 NINTH ST, NORTHWBBT,
Has in stock a full lino ot Oarpcttogs. all
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mailings,
Aleo latest styles In Wall l'apor, Window
Shades and Curtain Ooode. Wlro Window and
420 NINTH STREET NORTUWi i