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THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, MONDAY EVENING-, JUNE P, 1885.
W.'N VVWAW rSWT
LIQUID BEEAD, "
A MALT EXTRACT.
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BUBCHELL,
1325 F STREET.
PEAOE! PEA0E1 PEAOE!
WILSON'S OELEI)IUTED WHISKY,
DUFFS MALT WHI8KY,
ROYAL CREAM AND CABINET WHISKY,
Cor. Tlilrtl nml A Ntreela a, .
BEOWNINt; & HIDDLETON,
Wholesale and Retail Doalers In
Groceries, Fine Wines,&c.
AGENTS FOR WERNER'B
A rnro American Wlno. All tbo boat Forolen
Cordials nml Bitters. Wo aro nlso Agents for
the Celebrated OLVHMIO WATER, ana
Calvin Shnfcr'8 Wild Cherry Rook and Bye
oo to "
McCAULEY & DELLWIG,
200 renna. ave. east, ana to
DELLWIG & McCAULEY,
Cor. 2d and 0 8ts. n. c,
FOR PURE M00I1A, JAVA, MARAOAIBO AND
BAIlUOVIl A HAMILTON,
FLOUR, WINE ANDGROCKRYMERCIIANTB
014 to 010 renna. avonuo.
Time Flies and if you want
Bargains Come Now.
Wc hnvo goods so cheap that wo arc almost
giving tlicm away, nnd wlicn thoy go that
chcnp, It Is better to got rid of them at once.
Great slaughter of Clothing, both winter nnil
summer. Now Is tho tlmo to liny a nlco whiter
Suit nnd pay so much every week or month,
until paid for, when wo deliver It to you.
Wo can pleaso you If you only glvo ns a trial.
Don't forget tho place.
J. W. SBLBY'8.
mil AND 1010 PENNA.AVE.
LOOK AT THE
$15 Plain and Check Suite
E. B. BAKNUM & CO.'S
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
ZEi. ID. I&AJE&IR,
1111 PENN. AVE.
OvercoatiDEs anil Trouserings
Ol nor own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, plcue call, Inspect and leave yonr orders at
THB LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISH
KENT OF WASHINGTON. Seat Goods. Best
Trimmings. None bnt first-class workmen em
ployed at 1111 l'XNN. AVENUE.
H. D. BxLRrt,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Clothiers,
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
Wo will oiler our ontlre stoctt ot Ovorcoata
nt crcatly reduced prices
421 Beventh street,
(under Odd-Follows' Hall),
n2l M. F. eiseman, Manager.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania Ave, 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
SIS A.3ST33 SIS 7TH ST.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAII.OIIB AND CLOTHIERS,
010 PENNA.tAVE.. nnder Metropolitan Hotel.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
1323 F Street N. W Opp. tho Euliitt,
WANIUNUTON, . C.
(The Clavoudon, Saratoga Springe, N. Y.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
1401 SEW YORK AVENUE, cor. 1-ltll stroot.
Permanent and transient guests accommo
dated. Oars to all parts ot the city pass tbo
MRS. M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress.
ROOM MOULDINGS, &c
The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
411 NINTH ST. NORTHWEST.
line in slock a full lino ot Oarpetlngs, alt
Kiades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mnttlacs.
Alto latest styles In Wall Paper, Window
Shades and Curtain floods. Wire Wlndoir and
I.P KIHTJJ HTJJSET NgRTHWrOP,
jushekmicn's ,1'AvoniTj: hait,
This is tho bait tho
tnko, tho fishermen tnko
wl.tn they start out tho
Msli to wnko so
curly In the
take a nip boforo they go ft
food omi, nil! Ifnd'lbng and slow,
(or ft nr tho clillls, would lay them low
so early In the morning. .Another when
they re on tho street, which they repent each
tlmo they meet for "luck." for that's tlio
way to greet a fisher In tho morning. And
when thoy are on tho river's brink again
they drink without a Wlnk-to light
mnlnrla, nil by thu doctor's warning.
They tip a flnk wltlf true delight
when there's a bite; If fishing's light
they "smile'' thu more till Jolly tight
all fishing thoy aro scorning. An
other nip m they depart; onuntthu
rnnrt, and ono to part, but none
when In the house they tin it, ex
pecting thero'll bo mourning.
This Is tho bait the fisher
men try who fishes buy at
tivleos high nnd tell each
one a bigger Ho of Hill
ing In tho morning.
REUBEN DAVIS STILL LIVES.
Why Ono Chapter In Mr. Cox's New
'Hook Unit to lie Cut Out.
The story is told tlrnt Hon. S. 8. Cox has
found It necessary to excise from his
hook, now in press, n chapter relative to
tile terrible taking oil" of Hon. Itcubcn
Davis, n member of IJio Houso-wbon Mr,
Cox llrst canio to the Capitol from ills
original district in Ohio. Jlr. Cox was in
duced to licllove that ills Democratic
friend of thirty years ago was slain by an
irnto district attorney in 1871-2, and. that
tile itcubcn i)avis of whom wo have been
reading of recent years, as the leader of tho
Orecnbackcra and Local Optiouists in
Mississippi, is u ton or other kinsman of
tlie older Itcubcn. Davis, whose untimely
death Mr. Cox deplores. In fact, these
two arc ono nnd the same person, nnd 1
would tell how Mr. Cox and the rest of
mankind worn led into this grievous and,
as thescqucj shows, most pitiful error.
1 was an editor of the Appeal in .Mom
phis in 1672. At that period an appar
ently sane inmate had escaped from tho
asylum nt Jackson, Miss., riiul taken rof
ngo in Memphis. lie had outwitted Dr.
Compton, tho shrewd and learned, mana
ger of tlio institution nt Jackson, and be
came a useful local news gatherer for the
attaches of tho Appeal. 1 did not know
this man's name, but had become cogni
sant of his virtues. I never dreamed that
he had served n term in a lunatic asylum.
On the contrary I esteemed him most in
telligent and philosophical. Late one
evening when I was discharging thu task
of night editor, this man, wearing a
troubled aspect,, entered mv apartment. I
was re-writing nnd comfensing telegra
phic nows. Ho said:
"1 have just reached this city. I came
on the express train, leaving Okalona)
Miss., to-day. I have been watching the
progress of the great murder trial pending
there, in which Sam Meek, the poetical
and eloquent dlstiict attorney, is pitted
against that grand old lawyer. Itcubcn
My visitor went on telling, of the. wit
nesses and what each swore and of the
personnel of tho jury. IIo gave number
less details. I know that in all this he
spoke the truth. JIc defined with singu
lar accuracy the personal and moral and
intellectual qualities of Itcubcn Davis and
Sam Meek, the two attorneys now pitted
against each other in a lifo or death
struggle. He spoke justly, as 1 well knew,
ofDavis' violence and irascibility and of
Mcck's mildness and gentleness and
suavity of manners and admirable good
temper and kindliness. Meek had been
nij' school-fellow, and such were his
tender sensibilities and such his generosity
that he suffered more keenly when con
templating the griefs of others than his
own, He entertained a mortal aversion
to the infliction of pain. It was a sort of
fixed insanity, and, therefore, vulgar peo
ple who did not know Sam Meek well
used to say ho was cowardly. He is thor
oughly imbued with tho tender sensibili
ties and poetical temperament of Ills
brother. Alex 11. Meek. Ha is of gigantic
proportions and measureless physical
strength, while Davis, the defendant's
lawyer in this trial at Oka!omi,wits physi
cally weak, slender; sunburnt, nervous
These just descriptions of the two ar
dent, eloquent lawyers were given by the
voluntary reporter who had just lelt the
piaiiic village, Okalona, the scene of the
extraordinary trial and death of Hon.
Itcubcn Davis. "Through the wholo
day," continued my informant, "District
Attorney Meek bore patiently tho offensive-
gibes and taunts and acrimonious
assaults of General Davis. He pretended
not to hear and then to misconceive many
offensive declarations made by Davis.
Finally Davis said that Mcck's statements
were unworthv of credence and his as
sertions false. Friends of Meek gathered
about him, urging him to resent Davis'
insults or retire fiom tho court-room and
from an olllcc of which lie was unworthy.
Davis rose( defying Meek. Thrusting his
clenched fist in Mcck's face, hopronounced
Meek a liar und coward. Meek wasdriven
to desperation" hero my excited reporter
rose to liis feet, his eyes aflame witli fury,
nnd throwing up his hands he exclaimed
"Sam Meek, wresting a Colt's repeater
from John Gilmer, shot Davis dead."
THE t'EAKFUL riXU,E.
There was a profound silence, f was
deeply shocked. Tho reporter's face was
paler than that of the hapless Davis whom
1 then beheld still', stark and cold,
stretched upon tho clerk's table In the
court-room at Okalona. When I finally
recovered my senses my interlocutor went
"I was compelled to be in Memphis to
morrow and therefore, within the hour,
thud Davis fell, 1 left tho sqeno of 'death
for this city."
Tin: I'uni.iCATiox and nusurs.
1 wrote out, at great length and fullness
of detail, with biographical sketches of
Meek and Davis, the story abovo given.
I was then tho Southern correspondent of
the New York ll'ui-M, and the wholo terri
ble narrative was telegraphed to that
paper, wliilo I gave a brief synopsis of the
tragical facts to the Associated Press.
Next morning, live or ten millions of
people, in varying tones of sadness, or
wiui untcd orciiiu, or stamen, were lean
ing or telling to listening groups how
Meek slow Davis. Davis was no move.
. ti:lkoi:am fkom run onii:it would.
Within thirty-six liours after Davis' un
timely death ns described by my unknown
and unemployed reporter, I received and
was dumfounded by an extraordinary tel
egram bigued, much to my amazement,
by Jteubcu Davis. The peculiar verbiage
of the dispatch had, too, n deadly signiil
cancc, 1 hero was a table-tipping spirit
ualist or mliid-ieader named Miller, linrd
by, and I was about to submit to liiin thu
queer telegram, when I read it again, as
Oiuuina, (., sept. 12, 1872.
I, .. Jlit I'lt, Aweul Ojlh'c, .Uniipits;
Vim mo thu blankest liar living. Com
ing to cut your ears off.
Instead of applying to Miller I went to
tho telegraph ollleo and asked the prodd
ing juilgo of the Okalona Circuit Court
whether Davis hud recovered sulllciontly
from tho wound iiillleied by Sam .Meek to
send mo a dispatch. Tho judge -answered
that he had delivered my inquiry for an
antiwar In Davis himself, who was in per
Tin: map nuronrnii,
1 went forth to discover tho name, his
tory nml abiding plaeo of the "reporter,"
who had regaled me with his admirably
theatrical recital of facts incident to tho
ronlllet in the court-room at Okaloiia.'An
agent of Dr. Compton o' tho, lunatlo asy
lum at Jackson, Miss., had unwittingly
served mo by arresting my reporter as an
escaped lunatic. proceeded to "inter
view" tho fugitive from tho asylum, and
exhibited Davis' dispatch. He upheld be
fore men copy of mv newspaper, declar
Jnj,' that every word it contained IwYh'b'
refcroncp to Dnvis ami Meek was lltcr.il
truth. He went on:
"Itube'Davis is dead I saw Sam Meek
nr. nir.n iiAnn at last.
"1 telegraphed the substance of all this
jtory to my vntticd old friend, Hon. lieu,
ben Davis. His wrath was disarmed. He
could my and do nothing, in fact he was
pmusednnd lniighed-over the story, read
ing my telegrams and letters to the law
yers nnd fillers about tho court-house.
Hut subsequent and nccossnry results of
tho publications I had made reproduced
n thousand times and with a thousand
fold lis original llorconcss tho original
wrath of my friend, now and forever more
practically defunct. There is resurrection
lor those who ilie tho death dispensed by
nature's law, but none for liioso who
sliulllc off this mortal coll In obedience to
newspapers' decrees. 1 have encountered
Mr. Davis only once since 1 slew him, His
life seemed n living death. Ho hud grown
old, very old. He did not sintlo and shook
my hand dubiously. After a somewhat
painful silence, he said, with low, tremu
"1)0 you know that the infernal mad
man's lie which you printed nnd tele
graphed is still trnvellliigaroundtlie globe
and will nuverstop?"
I thought of this tho other day when I
saw n newspaper paragraph Informing Mr.
Cox that Hon. Jteubcu Davis still lived,
and that tho chapter of Mr. Cox's book
made up from my "Madman's Story" in
thv Appeal .should bo suppressed. "Law
yers in my town," continued Mr, Davis,
"read to mo letters-in wliipli tlmy aro in
structed to 'take charge of business in
trusted some time ago to a lawyer named
Davis, now no more.' Five hundred or
more letters have readied my town con
taining tearful references to the iate
lamented Hon. itcubcn Davis, and still
they conic, 1 shudder and feel like a fel
low who had stolen surreptitiously out of
hiscoflln, without orders from tho Angel
Gabriel, every tlmo a man comes towards
mo with a letter in his hand. 'Kvcry letter
that has reached Aberdeen, where I live,
in tlie lastten years has something to say
of the late Hon. Itcubcn Davis, nnd I was
never late. I was a 'before nrcakfast' fel
low in lbCO-1. 1'eoplo abroad named lUvis
keep on writing to these lawyers, asking
them what'disposition was made of my
estate. I get no now business outside of
my Immediate district. The nowspapors
won't correct the story they printed as
you did. I believe the whole army of
editors would have tho world believe that
Sam Meek shot my head oir and finished
me with dynamite. Vcs," lie continued,
in low, snd tones, while tears stood in his
eyes, "I am dead, d d dead!"
I submit these pitiful facts for repro
duction because, as stated. Hon. S. S.
Cox m publishing this book now in
press may do his old friend Davis inlinito
service by substituting for thu chapter to
be suppressed thu story I have here re
cited. Moreover, I have never ceased to
reproach myself as jmrticepi crlminis since
Davis was assassinated, and Mr. Cox, by
enacting tho role of resurrectionist, would
do mo as well as Davis a good turn,
and his forthcoming book can lose no
shareof its charms by the proposed sup
pression of the dream of a madman.
D. J. Du I'm:.
"HEW TO THE LINE, CLEVELAND."
An Application fur Ollleo with Oriel mil
A ithodo Island man wants to be ap
pointed a medical examiner in the Pen
sion Durcau, and has sent in it decidedly
unique and peculiar application, which,
with its indorsements, is contained in a
largo and (esthetic envelope. This en
velope fs inclosed in a handsome llussiti
leather portfolio. There aro diagrams of
various surgical operations performed by
the applicant, which arc very realistic.
There arc also two original poems by. tho
Ithodo Island man, each tastefully en
grossed. The title of. ono of these effusions
is "Uxori et Matri Victoria Est," and of
the oilier, "Hew to the Lino." The ro
f'min of the last poem is, "Hew to the
line, Cleveland; Hew I Hew I Howl"
Thero have been many species of applica
tions for place, but this is tho llrst illus
trated one, with all th'a points carefully
picked out In diagrams, that has yet been
SulfCilptloni ami ailctrlUtmtnt oi'TiikC'iiitio
united at 0. ,S. J'rlee's ilvwi store.
Axxoykii iiy thk Locusts. The sleep of
the residents in the vicinity of the Smith
sonian grounds is greatly annoyed at
night by the screech of the thonsands of
locusts which invade that park. Tho
locusts having enjoyed their Itip Van
Winkle nap, seem determined to remain
awako for somo time to come, as they com
mence, warbling their voice about dusk,
which they keep up assiduously until the
fcun is high up in tho morning. Tho forty
days of their existence cannot be readied
too soon for tho residents in that vicinity.
Aiiatimi a Nuihaxci:. Olllccrs Wagner
and Nicholson came down on a crowd of
boys about 7 o'clock last evening bathing
in the river oil' Sixth-street wliarl and ar
rested JIarry Wllley, aged 11, and Ernest
ifOgan, aged 11 years. They were taken
to the station and released on $2 collat
eral. Last year excursion parties going
down the river were very often placed in
embarrassing situations by tho largo num
ber of boys swimming from tho wharves
at tho time tho steamers were passing.
The police aro determined to put u stop to
it at once this season.
As ijH'ANT AiiA.NiioNr.ii, Oilioers How
ell ami Lewis found a live male infant on
the commons on K street, between Dela
ware avenue and First street, outhwcst,
about 12:;w o'clock last night. Tho infant
was carried to the station and turned over
to .Martini Slaugter. a colored woman, who
promised to provide for it until it could
otherwise bo disponed of.
. ISepaiwno St. Dojiixic's. The plaster
ing work in St. Dominie's Church wilt'ljo
completed this week. Workmen uro now
engaged in replacing tho broken nortlous
of the handsome cathedral glass windows,
many of which were shattered at the time
of the Hie,
Seventeen Tlioiixuilil Dunllilt.
There aro 17,000 dentists in the Putted
Stales. Kvcry year they pack ono ton of
gold into the people's teeth. Hut they can
not put iron into tho people's blood.' This
is' dona in tho most efficient manner by
llrown's lion Hitters, which contains the
only preparation of iron that is. safe to uso.
Nearly eight hundred thousand bottles
of this valuable medicine- aro sold
in the course of a year, anil each bottle
does a beiicllceut work. llrown's Iron
Hitters cannot injure tbo teeth,
Attend A. sinks & Co.'s removal sale
As enthusiastic meeting of tho Dash
away Iteforiu Club was held at Tlmiiis'
Unit last night. Addresses were made by
Messrs. Nye, llllton,Thompon, Itucliaiian
and Whalen. A large number signed the
".liistb'H Old Stand,"
(111)1) street iiintliwet, buys gents' second
hand clothing, Note by mull uttcmlcd to.
Aitgni) A. Haks is Co.'s removal sale.
Tin: Ursl anniversary Of tho Gospel
Temperance Sunday School was held at
20.'l 1 street yesterday afternoon. Tho
secretary's report showed that there hud
been nn attendance of 175, and also that
the school hail been self-sustaining, OIll
cers for tho year were elected.
"Aldei-ney Dairy Wiignux."
, I'lt-sli Alitcrncy butter, churned every morn
ing nml delivered In H I1'. "Wnrd" prints, dOo.
peril'. Also cottage cheese, buttermilk and
sweet milk, Co. per ql. Cream, 15o, per pint.
Aia.Ni) A. Huks & Co.'s removal sale.
Nmiiiv plnld sullstoorder.SlH. Hamburger's
Tin: National Hides Cadets last Satur
day evening presented their captain,
Charles S. Domer, with hnndsomo yohl
mp A s'rtki Co,' removal "ale.
A TREAT IN PROSPECT.
Tlie flume To-morrow lletwcrn tlio Nn
tlomils and Hut Cincinnati.
To-morrow the devotees of tho national
tamo here will have n treat in tlie match
between the Citicinnatia and Nationals.
The Cinciiinntis arc very conlldcnt of
their ability to hit llarr, wliilo tlio friends
of tlio home nluo scout the Idea. Charlie
f-'nydcr says that llarr proved puzzling to
fome of tlie. clubs last season, but that the
CineinnaUs batted him all over tlie
ground. An cnthusirtstio friend of Uarr's
oll'crcd Jo bet him that thoCinclnnatlS
would not make eight base hits off his
delivery. "Why;" said this gentleman,
"a club is batting llarr terribly when it.
secures six or eight hits in n game."
Snyder said nothing in reply, but his
smile fccmcd to say, "Wait until wo
Pofkopolls' get on to him," There is no
questioning the fact that llarr has im
proved wonderfully since last season, and
that he not only infuses confidence into
the audience, but also into tho players,
It is to bo hoped that llarr won't lie
tempted again by outside clubs to leave
the city. Next season, with tlie many
changes that will take place, there is not
much doubt that Washington will slip
Into one of the two big associations, when
Harr's services would be of great value to
his club, and fully appreciated by his
It looks as though the League Mill held
the whip-haudlc. Simmons, Harnic,
Caylornnd McKnlglitiire making guys of
themselves by talking big light, and then,
when they can't scare anyone, getting
down on their knees nnd whining.
Powell is proving n (error in the box.
He has surprised even his friends by ids
Little White is getting to be n terror
with the bat. It is almost a daily oc
currence for linn to make three b:io hits.
Hoovcrand Glndnion arenlso batting well,
Crowley did not turn out so well, and
he was given his walking papers.
Tlio next American Association victims
will be the Clncinnatls.
The next prominent rowing event East
will be the four-oared shell race for the
Chihls Cup on the 17th of this month, The
Cornell University crew is composed or
Howlnnd (bow), 151 pounds; Holmaii (2).
152 pounds; Ohnstcsul (.'!), 152 pounds, anil
Scholleld (stroke), 103 pounds. Tlie crew
is nicely balanced as to' weight anil
strength, and averages 22 years in age,
which is n trlile older than tho general
run of college crews. Howland and Scho
field arc the only members left of last
year's crew. The crew tills year is better
than it was last, however, and it's hard to
fcc how tho University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania Is out
with another cight-onrcd challenge,
thotigh it Is not mute as sweeping as the
one last year. This time it is directed at
tlie Columbia College eight, -and names
Lake Qulnsigamond, Mass., July 1; dis
tance a milo and n half. It is not likely
that Columbia will accept. In fact, Col
umbia men say that if the Pennsylvania
boys will come to New London and row
over tho regular four-milo course there
they will row them cither bijforo or after
their race with Harvard. The Harvards
and Ciilumbias row about July 2St and tho
Colunibias are, training for a lour-mile
nice. J.UKU iiiiisiuiiiuiiu, unco iiiu seenu
of all tho aquatic battles between tho
college and other oarsmen, lias, of late
years, fallen into neglect. This year tho
regular Fourth of July regatta between
the different colleges will bo decided on
tills Hike, Lake George proving too rough.
For that reason it would bo quite con
venient for Pennsylvania to row an eight
on the same water just before her four.
Pennsylvania is especially trained to row
a mile and a half, out few people 1io aro
posted believe that her eight could row
four miles. In n four-milo race with
either Harvard, Yale, or Columbia, tlie
Pennsylvania eight would probably be
last. Her men aro much smaller and
lighter. She has always had tho lightest
college eight of anv of them, and though
they havo the skill and dash to make it
hot race with any of them for a milo ami
a half, they lack 'tho strength and endiir
nneo to row four milesnt speed. Columbia
will probably say just what has been said
in this article, that if Pennsylvania wants
to row, she can come to Now London and
row over tho regular four-milo course.
Mr. M. A. W. Louis is quite an acquisi
tion to the Washington Club. Ho is inde
fatigable in his eilorts to push anything
lio takes hold of, and the Wtishingtons
will find him a hustler.
It is expected that the Washington? will
have out their regular senior crow this
week in full.
A great deal of fault Is being found with
the way Kelso's stable is being run. lvelo
never bets himself, and it is claimed that
the trainer stands in with a certain ring of
The Dwyors' Portland is likely to prove
a worthy successor to Luke Jlrackoitru,
Hindoo, Woodford and other great horses
that havo carried tlio Dwyers' colors so
often to the front, it is something re
markable to see so many famous horses
come from one stable in such a short
Joquita is very liable to surprise some
people by tho way ho runs for tho Subur
ban. He is lightning and is in very
The question naturally arises, where is
tho good thing tlio owners of Tony Foster
thought they had forthcSrtburban. If ho
can't beat poor old Ecuador and other
llrighton Ueaehers, what earthly chance
does he stand with Monogram and others.
The Suburban Handicap, to lie run on
'I'liuuday pext, the llrst day of theShecps
head Hay meeting, is tlio only topic of
conversation, among horsemen. The odds
have changed rapidly in the last week or
two, ns some horses have been scratched,
and the form of others developed. Sinter
of Iinltiinoronow oilers the following: 10
to 1 each against.Mnrkland, .lack of Hearts,
War Eagle, Itiehmond, Klizabetn, and
Joquita; 10 to 1 each against General Mon
roe, Hataplaii, Himalaya, Thackeray and
Mittie 11; 20 tol against Duplex, Com
allelic, Pontine. Katrine and Choctaw; 2'
to 1 against Hilly Giliuorc, Fosteral and
Wallonsce: DO tol against Drake Carter
and ltoyalArch; 1U tol Hariies. Hica,
Knight of Hllcrslie, Strickland, Hrook
wood and (ilciururino; 50 to 1 Kingtike,
Jim Henwiek, Ferg Kyle, Hilarity, Tolu,
.Miss Hrewster, Woodllower, Unrest, Do
llllah.St. Louis and Judge Grilllth; 7) to
1 Gicystonc, Kaolins, Decoy Duck and
Saltpetre; 100 to I l.eman, Pond du Lac,
John Henry, Tornado, Kiidymion, Mission
Hello, Geo. Singerly, Delia, Hiehard I...
Lutestring, Joo .Mitchell, Jim Carlisle,
Tilford, l'lorencoM.. Kast Lyiine, Valley
Forge. Tony Foster, Longvicw and others.
Ho is laying nothing now against Mono
gram, and It seems to bo thu general feel
ing that -Monogram will win. It must bo
rcmcmbcicd that Monogram has a long
journey to make, that the climate is en
tirely diU'eient, nnd thero are nianv tilings
to be taken into consideration. Ho has
undoubtedly shown tho most speed of any
of the candidates so far, but thure is many
a slip, etc, and some of tho Eastern con
tingent, who arc In light, like Thackeray
or Mittie 11 aro very liable to win It.
Twcnlysovcn members of the Potomac
Archery Club attended the tll'tli annual
Held day in tho Columbia College grounds
Saturday. Tho Itoger Aschain Archery
Club of llaltlnioro was represented. Thero
were sixteen District archers present. The
highest scores in the American round
were; L. W. Maxson, I). C 600: W. A.
Hartlett, D. C. 12!); AI. Ihookc, S. S., ;I02;
J. F. Parct, I). U U.1I, Second team
Charles Hrooke, S, K 2S0, Columbia
round: Mrs. W. A. Hartlett, D. ', Hit;
Miss L. h'cott, llaltlnioro. 2.SI; Miss I).
Hrooke, S.S., 270; Miss. , L, Holmes, l.
'., 217; Miss A. 8. Kenny, Ualtiiuorc,
llesf French flraiidv, Smart-Weeil, .lnm,ilea
dinger and Camphor Water, ns combined In Dr.
Plerco'B tixtraut of Hraart-Wced, Is tlio best
remedy for collo, illnrvlia-ti, cholera, morbus,
dysentery or bloody-flux; nlso, to break up
colds, fevers and Infliunmittory attach If us'l
Artificial Stone PavingComp'y
Office, 1410 New York Avenue.
Artistic and Fino Work in Comont a
Our Skilled Workmen lay the following rave
meats; Schlllenrjer'a Patent, Best Granolithic.
Asphaltum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stnblcs and Cellars laid
with neatness nnd promptness,
R Owners of property aro notified that thoy
will bo held responsible for Infringements of
this patent. Tho United States Courts for tho
District of Columbia havo recently enjoined
II. L. Cranford and, the Commissioners of tho
District of Columbia fiom laying this pave
ment. All nrtlflclnl stono pavements other
than that laid under tlio patent are worthless.
JOS. O. McKIBBIN,
Telephone Call -107-2. l'rrlden(.
AUSTIN P. BROWN,
REAL ESTATE and LOANS,
1426 F Street Northwest.
Attention given to Kcal Estate In all its
Houses Bought, told and Dented.
Vacant Property, City and Suburban, bought
Loans Negotiated. Jol-ly
DON'T FAIL TO V13IT
Dooley's Rialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa. Ave. S. E.
BEST SODA WATEft IN THE CITY,
Capital Prize, $150,000.
"We do ntreoy certify that weivptrvm thear
rcaigtmentifor all tte Monthly ana Himl-Annnal
Waiclngiof Tk LouUtana state Lotterv Com
pany, and in person manage and control the
Drawmgt thtrntelttt, and that the taint are con'
ducted with honuty, falrnete, and tn good faith
toieard allparUa, and we authorize the Vompany
to use this certificate, iclth fac-ilmUtt or our Ua
nature! attached. In itt advertitementi."
Over Half a Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorporated In 1BCS lor K yens dy tne Legtals,
Uturelor Kilucntlonul nnd Charitable iinrponcn
Kith a capital of Jl.ooo,eoc to vvblch a reserve
(und ot over !5.'0,MX has since been added.
By an ovcrnlielmlnz papular vote Its franchise
was made n part of the present StateConctltutlon
RdiiptPd Decemhpr 2, A. P. 1STS.
Km liniil!Sliii:l-.Wiiiiili.-ll'iMt IiikhuIII
take place mummy, 11 ucver tculea or jwiiiioiits.
Look at tliololIonlnK diminution:
Ihlkl (Jniiiil .Hon I Illy
In Mm- AfiKleiiiy oOItmlr, Now Oi-lenux,
TCKSHAV. .Hl.NK 111. 13.
tinder the peisonal supervision and mnungement
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, &
Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of VlrQ.nla.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
JCJ-Xollil Tlel.elB ai-t Ten
only. lliilivi,$n. I'lltliK, . Tc
LIST OF PHIZES.
1 CAPITAL PKI7.K Ol' tlOOO--
1 UK AN I) PIMXK OP '.11,11(10
8 LA11UK PItl.KSi OP lil.WO
I LAltUK FJtIZKH OP 8.1101). ...
60 " am
no " a
a " aw
i'vo ;,..., .,:
100 Approximation Prlzesot i-ifl SM.ao
iiju " 10) Ill.OUl)
1W) " " 75 7,500
2,2"9 Prizes, umouutlug to 5',600
Application tor rates to clnbs should be made
only to tlie office of tho Company In New Or
leans, For further Information writs clearly, giving
fall address. I'OMTAI, NO'l'KM, ki press
Meney Orders or Kew Yurie KxcbartKe In ordi
nary letter. Currency by Kxprens (all sums ot
15 and upwards at our expense) addressed
31. A. UA.UPIII.V.
New OrleiuiH, Lit.
Make P. O. Money Orders payable and address
IttElstered Letters to
MKW OllLKANB NATIONAL BANK,
Mew Orleans, r.n.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Cheapest Boots & Shoes
IK TJ1E CITY AT
-TFT -A- 3D ID E "2" ' S3
COK. OTII AKD E 6T3. N. W.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
man and mil v 6tukkt,
And at Avenue Hlore-l)IU PKNN. AVENUlt
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L HAZELTON,
12.) DbU,.llll OlULbl,
Undor Odd-Fellows' nail.
13. o. Hurt's Pino Shoes tor ladles a specialty,
IIOOT AND SUOlSMAKISlt,
K Ten tli Ht. ii. w., nml (117 l'n. iiro.i, e.
They Stand at the Head!
THE BEST SHOES
I'ov Gcnlltmen'a wear, in the JfcrW, for tin
muncy lira mniic vy
STACY, ADAMS & CO.
COMPOItT, STYr.E fc nVRAIlIT.ITTI
A jit your tUaltrfor the Stacy. Adams & Co. Bhee,
Tlicao goods aio made ot thebeit l'rtncli and Do
ueitie stock, Kangaroo tops, In hand and machine
UVEllY PAIH WAllllANTKl). SatUfacUon is
guarantied crcryone that wears the Stacy, Adams
Co, tihoe. Bold siery where by flMt-claii deiltit.
It those goods are not kept in stock, by your
dealer send your address to Htacy, Adams &
to,, uatjumpjcr gtreet, iiostoo, Muse,
The Best and Most Profusely Illustrated
Work on Washington Ever
"THE KATIORAL CAPITAL,''
Washington, Past am! Present.
Editor " Wasliinijton Post,"
JOS. WEST MOORE,
Author and Journalist,
THREE HU1TLRED PIOTTJREB,
Including Nearly All or the Most Noted
Is for alo at the Counting Ttoom of "Tho Daily
The Great Cure,
Sick Headache and
Tho crystallized salty, ns extracted from grapes
and fruit, a must wonderful product from Na
ture's laboratory, llnvoit In your homes and
truvels a specific: for tlio fagged, weary or
worn-nut. Hemes sick headache, dyspepsia,
stomach and bowel complaints; removes bil
iousness, stimulates thu liver to a healthy no
tion, counteracts thu effects of Impure water
and the excessive uso nf alcoholic bevcrascs
nnd prevents tlio absorption of nmhirln; sup
plies to tho system tlie want of sound, rlpo
fruit. Prepared by tlio
London Sai.-Muscateu,i: Co.,
Ucwnic of imitations. Thu genuine In "bluu
wrnprers only." SXTTend for circulars to (I.
KVAXOVITCII. Oeneral Ainci lean Manager, P.
O. llox 10(18. New York City.
Mention tills p.iper.
Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict,
Washington Olllcc, Cor. 8th mid V StH.
VWNA,,NV W yVV-
iiurTimi: positively ;iiiu:i
IlYTHIL'JIPIl Tltl'SS CO. of New York and
Philadelphia. The only llvinln thu world who
dure tiiiemintee thu euro of Hupture. Dr. C. V.
Iliiralinm. tho great Truss F.xport, general su
peilntelldeilt. Is nownt thu SP. MAIM. HOTEL,
corner Pennsylvania avu, and tiuventli st
Washington, I). V. Iln gives examination and
ailvlcore, mid freo trial of Trusses. Call or
send itiunp for circular and bo cured. Jcl-lin
A Remarkable Cure of a Horse.
In tho fall ot ISSIl I had a valuablo horso
taken with tho pinkeye, rosultlug In blood
poison, Aftornluo months ot doctoring with
nil tlio remedies to bo found In horso books, I
despaired ot a euro, Ills right hind leg was as
lareo ob a man's body, and bad on it ovor do
running sores. Ho was a moetpltlablo-Iooktug
objf ct, At last I thought ot Swift's SpeclUf, and
commenced to uso It, I usod fifteen bottles.
In August last all symptoms of the dlsoaso
disappeared, Thero havo beou no signs ot
a Ireturn, nnd tbo horse has done a radio's
woik on my farm over since,
JAMES L, PLEMIh'O, AUJUStl, Qi,
January i), 1885,
bwiit's specific is entirely vegetAblo. Treat
lee on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed troe,
Tun swirrsi'Ecivioco,, Urawor 'J, Atlanta
Oa., or 151) W. 'J:m st N. Y.
lteiu:uY liir.H. Avlcilmof youtbfnlimimiitfncn
rnutlnu Prematura Decay, .Nertoin Debility, Lout
Manhood. Ac, having tried iu Tain ovary known
nhlch ue nlll amid l-'UKU lo his fellor-u9rers.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
IsrJLSJk.XiIT IE I
imruedlftto relief tor Cold lu tu end, Born
Nose, Catarrh fcc. lUcabox, V ealobyall
Drew's New Drug Store,
-ifij&P iM i
NINTH AND I'ENN, AYENDE.
rropen all ulght.
RAVING HEOENTLY PITTED TJP A
In connection with ray PATENT PROCESS,
am prepared to Inrnlab
ILLDHTHAT10NH AT NEW YOHK PUI0E8.
Photographing on Wood for the Trade,
18 ELEVENTH BTET HCBTITW&T.
HAIL flO ADS.
W VinA" j
TO TI1KRUJITH, WEST AND HUfTflTTtST.
DOt'IlLE TRACK. HPLnNDlD SOENEflV
61 1 EL 11A1I.8. MAON1PI0ENT EQUIPMENT.
. IN RITECT MAY 21,1881!.
Tr ns lenvo Wnlilngton from stntlnn, corner:
t- i..f ,Klxtn nn'' " sf rects, as follows:
Fw Pittsburg and tho West, Chicago Limited
hxprcs of Pnlaco Sleeping Cars nt :-! a. m.
IS'.K lltl-lno, liiljia, m, dally to Clnoln
iiatl nnd St. Louis, with S coping Cars from
liarrlsliurgti, Cincinnati and Hotel Car to
t,,i'.i'Jii"; ,nll?l ,;xc.,t Saturday, tu Chicago,
with sleeping Cnr Aftnonato Cnlengo. clil
engo and Cincinnati Express at 7tl() n. m.
dally, wt I Sleeping Cars Washington to C III
riigoatidirairlsliurg to Louisville: connect- -ns
at llnrilsburg with Western Express wltW
thmi iig); i sleepers for Ciuvcland nndHt. Ldubl.
i1 ', hVnV',t IV ,n- 'Pyr Plttsburif '
burVtochlcago lllruuu sleeper Harris-
BALTlStOllE '&. POTOMAC ItAlLlJOAD.
Per Erie, CnnnndaiRiiii, lloclioster, Huffalo, Nl
nciua, 10 p.m. dally, except Ktiturdrfy, with
I'd In fit f'ni-u U'nnlilnl,..i i,.'ii....i a .... J , "
r.;.: , - iTiv.. ''..'."; s ".' l ' '"'v '? " .
tilght. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
i urn i,;.iu a. in. iiauy, except mniiiay,
lor I otiin without, chnngi), a p. m. cvciTdny.
For Hrooklyn, N. Y nil through trains connect
nt Jersey c ty with bonis or Hrooklyn Annoxt
iifloidlng illreiit transfer to Pulton street,
avoiding double feirlago across New York
For l'iillndclphln, 7:15. 8:.10 nml 11 a. m.. 2,
'boil 10 n' !." ?"'! V2Ati n'1"- "" Sunday,
8:S( a.m.. 2, 1, tl, in ip. ,n, nnd 12:15 night.
Limited Lxpicss, l):l(ln. in. dally, execut
For Haitimore, 11:05, 7:15, 8:!lo, Diio, 11 a.
in.. 12 05, 2, .1. .1:25, .mo, i), 7:l(), do p. m
and 12:15 night. On Sundny, H::io, Urfo, n
u. in., 2. 1.(1, 7:10, 1() p.m. and 12:15 night.
lor Pope's Creek Line, 7:15 a.m., und -J:10p.
in.ilnlly, except Sunday.
lor Annapolis. (1:115 n. in., 12:0.1 nnd 1:25 p.m.
dully, except Jsiindny. On Sunday -1 p. m.
ALEXANDRIA & PHEDERIOKHIIDIMJ RAIL
WAY AND ALEXANDRIA As WASH
For Alexandria, (1, 7, 11:25, 11:01 and 11:35
a.m., 2:05, 1:2(1, .1:1., (1:25, 8.05, nnd 11::17
p.m. on Sunday at (1, 11:25,11:01 a. in.,
H.05 p. in.
For Richmond nml tlio South, fl ami 11:01 a.
In. dally and 1: 15 p. in. dally, except Sunday.
'1 rains leavo Alexandria for Washington (Win,
8, H), lonon. in., 1. iww, ilrjit, r,:io, 7:0,-'
nndll::!5p. m. nnd 12:10 midnight, except
Monday, on Sunday nt 8 and Kino u. m..
7:05 and 11::15 p. m. and 12:10 night.
Tickets and Inforinatlon atthuonice.northenst
corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at tlio station, whcio orders can
u leu ior niu ciiccKiiig oi naggngu to destlna
tlon from lintels and residences.
C1IAS. L'. l'JJOH, J. It. WOOD,
(ieneinl aiiinngcr. flen. Paiscnger Agent.
BALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD.
SCHEDDLK IN EKPl'.CT SUNDAY MAY 3
KM, UNTIL PUKTHKJt NOTIOH;
Leave Washington Irom Station, corner mw
Jumcy avenue and o street.
For CnlniRO. 10a. m. and 10,10 p. m. dally. Tho
10 am. Is a l-nut Llmmd KxprcMtoPlttaburitri
anil Chicago at riving In rltiatiiirgu ul 7.3V p. iu.,
CliloiKOuext mornfiirat 8.5. o extra tare U
clinrKt-d on I his train lor last time.
Por Cincinnati. Lonlovllle and Ht. Louis dall
at 3.SiO p. m. and lu.io p. 111., wltli tliroiigli coacti
aim Palace SlcepliiK Cars to ubovo points wllh
out change. 3.30 p. m. trnln Is a fast limited tndn
to ClLclmiati and Ht. Lonls. arriving In Cincin
nati next mornlrgat 7.15, St. Louis e.SO p. m. No
extra lar Is ehaignl 011 tills train for fast time.
For Plttid nrgli at 10 n. m., wlili Parlor Car. nod
!U0ii.ni. dally 10 Plttaliurth: Clvela id aad De
troit, Willi sleeping cam to Pittsburgh.
lor Ilalllmore oh weekdnvs. s. B.10.6.40.7.SO,
3.30. 4.30. .1.40, 0 40. IS 40, 7, 8.M and 11 p. in.
Por Baltimore on Miixlayh, u.10. 7.80, 8.20 and
10.(5 a. m.. La, 1.30, 3.3", 4,40. 5.40. 0 40. 7. 8.M
am) II p. in.
For poluiaou the Shenandoah Valley Railroad
and olnts South, n.r a. in and 0.10 p. in. dally.
!i,:r,n. in. train hits Pullman Sleeper irom Wash
ington to New Orleans,
Por Annapolis, 6.4 a. m. and IS.10 and 4.30 p.m.
on buudav. H.l u. in.. 4,40 n. m.
, 1-or way siatlons between Washington and Bal
timore, S, 8.40, 8.30 a. tn., 12.10. 3.3U, 4.40. 7 and
11 p. ni. On Sundays, 8 30 a. rn., 1.30,3 :i, 4.40. 7
and 11 p. m. Pur stations on Metropolitan
Branch, 7.2S a. m. daily, except -Sunday, uacl 5 iO
p. in. dally: 4.10 p. m. dally, except Sunday, for
principal stations on Mctiouolltan Brunei); s.-lo a,
m. uuily on Hunday stopH at all sMtlons; for
Lexlugion.Stunnton and Valley Branch. 8.10a.
ru, ilally. except buudav: for PrederlcK, 8 10 n.
in., 4.4U p. in. daily, excent Buudav.
for Jlagerstown mid Winchester 8. 10 a. ro dally
exn-pt bniilay, and s.3!i p.m. dally lo lUgcra
town, dally e.xc-pt Sunday to Winchester.
Trains arrive from the West dally, t). 7.20 n. in.
LIS. r.io p. ni.
from Annapolis, 8,30 n. m. and 1.10 nml 4.25 p.
ni.: Sunday, lo.;u a.m., 8.31 p. in,
Prom Lexington, s.40 p. m, dully, except Snu
day. lrnm Frederick and Inlernicdlatc points. 8.25 a,
ni. and 8.15 p. ni. dally; except Handny.
Trains leave Baltimore Iu' Washington at 5.10,
8.30. 7.20, V, I) IIS and 10 30 a. m 12.15, Z-JI). ), I, 4 20
8,6.(0, 8, U and 11 p. in. On Sundays, C.jn, 7.20, 9 and
U M a. in., 1.30, 2.S0. 4.20. 5, fi.30, 8, 0 and 1 1 p. m.
All trains lioiii WasiiliiKtnn stop nt Reiav Sta
tlnu, except 1,25, 3.15 and 0.40 p. in.
Por lunlifr Information imply at the Baltimore
A OMo ticket oinee Washington Station, civ nnd
1351 Peniifylvanla avenue, corner otPourleenth
street, rtbere orders will Ijetakcn for basgage to
be checked and received at any point In inn city.
11. DUNHAM. C. K. LORD.
den. Man .Baltimore. . P. A.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE B. A P. DEPOT. SIXTH AND B BTU,)
I1.IS A.M For all way stations, Lexington, Ky.,
Louisville Cincinnati, Columbus, su Lunis.
Dally except Sunday.
II A.M. l'ur Newport News, Old Point Com
ton nnd Norfolk. Dally except Sunday.
Dill) P. M. For Louisville, Cluclnnatl. hit. Louis
and Chicago, connecting lor all points Went,
Nurthwistaud boutlnviit: last express dally;
dnt not stop for local business; tlirougti Pull
man service to Louisville and Cincinnati.
For tickets and Inforinatlon apply ntO. AO.
Railway olllcc. 613 Pennsylvania avenue, under
National Hotel: Vn. Midland Hallway oUlce.COl
Pen n. avenue, and B. A P. Station,
II. W. PULLER,
neutral Passenger Agent.
C. W. SMITH,
FRANK TRlOU.Nrk. Passenger Agent.
WASHIN6T0N OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN ALELXi
ANURIA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave Washington at 9:25 a. m. and 4:25 p. m.
aud Alexandria at 9:35 a.m. and 4:35 p. m. Pass
LecMiurg. going westward, at 11:38 a. m. and 6:48
P. m., and arrive at Round Hill at 12:18 p. m. aud
7.2!) p. m.
Leave Round Hill at 5:30 a. m. and 4:35 p.m.
Pans Leeoburg, going eastward, at 6:1 1 a. m. and
5:17 p. m, ind arrive at Alexandria at 8:03 a. m.
and 7:17 p. ni, and at Washington at 8:15 a. ru. and
'SUNDAY TRAINS leave Roond Hill at 5:30 a.
m. and 4:35 p. iu, Arrives at Aleianilrlaat8:03a.
m. and 7:17n. m. aud Washington at 8:16 a. m.
aud 7:26 p. m. Leave Washington at 8:25 n. m.
and8:G5p. in.. Alexandria at 9:35 a.m. ami 8:15
p.m.; pass I.eeaburg. going eastward, at 6:12 a.
m. and 6:17 p. m,; westward, 11:30 a. m, and 10:18
P' ' 8. M. RnoPHY.Baperinlendent.
DAILY L1NETO NORFOLK AND FORTRES8
M (i nice. Steamers Oeorgo Loary and
Excelsior, commencing May 0, 1885.
Oneot tticso popular stoamers will loavn
Hovcnth-stri ot wharf DAILY, except SUNDAY,
at 5:00 p. m, Por particulars inquire at com
pany's ont :e, 7tu sr. wharf. Telephono No,
71B-!I. W. P. WELCH, Qonoral Agent.
T OW PARKS-
J J FORTRKHH MONHOK AND NORFOLK.
PIRST-OLASHFAllK.ll: ROUND TRIP.II.US.
bieamer JANK MOSELEY Monday, Wednes
day aud Saturday at 8:30 p. m.
Passage and rooms secured at (leueral Office,
Sixth-street wharf. Telephone call, 01.
POTOMAC RIVER L&ND1N0S.-Sttamer
THOMPSON Monday, Wednesday and Prldar at
7 a.m. noia
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
FOR ENGRAVED AND PRINTED
FBEB'S, 1843 r ST.
Plato and 50 Cards, 12; 100 Printed (.' '
(1, Oppoalto Ebbitt House,
Buy Your Books and Stationery
WOOD AND COAL
WHARVES AND RAlLROlD YARD
12th and Water ste. m. W.
BRANCH YARDS AND OPPJOEH.
(Connected by TelepUouo.)
1202 P street northwoet.
1515 Seventh street northwest.
J 7-10 Pennsylvania avo. northwest.
1112N1UU1 8tr6o northwest.
, corner aa and K streets rwr bwea,
myC M B21 Ponnsylvania ivr c athHW,
lorWIIllamsport, Iick Haven and Klinirn, ad
. DMO n. in. (fnlly, except Hiindny.
lor New York and tho Kast, 7:15, 8:!W anit1
11 o.m., !i. 'I, 10 p.m. and 12:15 night. On
Kmxliiv. Hiiifln. m.. 'J. .1. llln m ,,.,! to.ir: