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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1885.
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" " "Organs. Pianos and Organs sola
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plied If purchased.
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Managing partner of tlio lato nrm of Ellis it Co.
The Grape Cure,
Sick Headache and
Tho crystallized salts, ns extracted from cranes
and fruit, n most wonderful product from Na
ture's laboratory, llnvolt In your homes and
travels a Hpccfflo for tho fagged, weary or
worn-out. It cures sick headaeho, dyspopln,
stomach and bowel complaints; removes bil
iousness, stimulates tho liver to it healthy no
tion, counteracts tho effects of Impuro water
nml tho oxccsslvo uso of alcohollo beverages
nnd prevents tho nbsorptlon of malaria; sup
plies to tho system tho want of sound, ripo
irnlt. Prepared by tho
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wrappers only." S37Scnd for circulars to ().
UVAN0V1T0H, General American Manager, 1.
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Mention this paper.
Cancer of the Tongue.
A Case Itoscinlilliif,' That of Gen. Grant.
Sorao ten years ago I had a scrofulous soro
on my right hand which gavo mo great trouble,
and under tho old-tlmo treatment healod up,
but It had only been driven Into tho system by
tho uso of potash and mercury, nnd in March,
1882, It broke out In my throat, and concen
trated In what somo of tlio doctors called can
cer, eating through my cheek, destroying tlio
roof of my mouth nnd upper lip, then attacked
my tongue, palate and lower lip, destroying
tlio pnlato and under lip ontlroly and half my
tongue, eating out to tlio top of my leftohcek
bono nnd-iip to tho left eye. I could not cat
any solid food, but subsisted on liquids, and
my tongue was so far gono I could not talk.
Such wns my wretched, helpless condition tlio
llrnt of last October (188 1), when my friends
commenced glvlngmorjwlil's Specific. In less
than n month tlio eating plncos stopped nnd
healing commenced, nnd tho fearful niiorturo
In my check has been closed nnd llrmly knit
ted together. A process of n now under lip Is
progressing ilnuly, and tho tongue, which was
uhnost destroyed, Is being recovered, and It
t-ccinsthat nature Is supplying a now tongue
lean talk so that my friends can readily un
derstand mc, and cnu nlso eat solid food
ngain. If any doubt these facts I would refer
them tollon. John II. Trnylor, Stato Senator
of this district, nnd to Dr. T. S. Uradllold, of
J.a (liiingo, Ga.
MRS. MARY L. C0MEII.
La Grange, On., May 11, 1883.
Treatise on Wood nnd Skin Diseases mnllod
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, At
lantn, On. N. Y 107 W. J3d st.
IIUI'TUKK POSITIVELY CUltlM)
RY TRIUMPH TItUSS CO. of Now York and
Philadelphia, Tho only firm in tlio world who
dare (iuumntit tho euro of Itupturo. Dr. 0. W.
llnrnham, the great Truss Expert, general su
perintendent, is now at tho ST. MAHO HOTEL,
corner Pennsylvania nvo. and Seventh St.,
Washington, 1). 0. Ho gives examination nnd
ndvlcow, nndtrcotrlijl of Trusses. Call or
send stamp for circular and bo cured, Jo5-lm
musing Fromaturo Decay, NurvousDobMlty, Lout
Manhood, .le., having tried In vain ovfry known
rnmedy.hssdltcovered a simple mermsoferlf-cure,
which ho will mnrt FRKU to Ills folloi--6ulTercrs.
Addicts, J.II.KUIS VXS, 43 Chatham bt...w York.
A NEW DISCOVERT.
ILTjSlSjDIIST IE! !
Immedlato rellat tor Gold In th ead, Soro
Nose, UatarrU &c, 10c, a box, V alo by all
HAVING RECENTLY IflTTKD UP A
In connection with roy PATENT PROCESS,
lun prepared to furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Photographing on Wood for the Trade.
1 ELEVENTH BTP.KKT NOKTHWBT-
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Dooley's Rialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa. Ave, S. E.
WIflT B0DA WATER. IN THE CITY,
Jps&k ' IS!! J .-
THIS INSIDl: TKACK.
llo enmo to tho bower of her I lovo
Twanging his sweet guitar;
Ho called her In song his snow-white dovo,
Ills Illy, his fair, bright, star, , ,,
Whllo 1 sat closo by tho brown-eyed maid
And helped her enjoy her serenade.
Ho snug that his lovo was beyond compare
(Ills volco wns sweet nj his song);
Ho said sho wns pure and gcntlo nnd fair,
And I told her ho wasn't fur wrong.
I don't know whether ho heard me or not.
For his I', string snapped like it pistol shot.
Ho told how ho loved her o'er and o'er,
With passion In every word,
In songs that I nover know before,
And sweeter ones no'cr were heard.
Hut, tho night dows Ioocncd his guitar strings
And thoy buzzed out of tuno like crazy things.
Ho sang nnd ho played till tho moon was high'
Oh, sweet was tho love-born strain;
And the night caught up each tremulous sigh
And echoed each sweet refrain;
Hut 1 laughed when a beetle flow down his
And choked In a snort his highest note.
Sho liked It, nnd I did Just so-so;
I was glad to hoar his lav;
I even echoed him, soft nnd low.
When ho sang what. I wanted to say.
Till at. last I leaned from tho window, and
I thanked him nnd nsked hhn to call again;
And then ho went away.
It. J. llurdetto In tho Ilrooklyn Eagle.
SOMETHING NEW IN BLUSHES.
A Iteinnrlinlilo Stnto of AlVnlrs Out In
"Who buys them?" nskcil a reporter In
a. Kcnnipy-strcct notion shop, pointing to
n lot of tiny pocket mirrors, with nnll
cleaners, toothpick nml comb nil com
plete. "Men, nir vnln men nro the pick-crs-np
of these unconsidered trillcs."
neiiy men?" inquired tlio reporter.
j nc salesman gnnuca. "it.
how they look," ho said,
"whether tliey nro nnos or Anollos: thev
wnnt u pocket mirror nil tho saino. They
retire every hour or so to somo secret place
to ndmiro themselves.. Talk or the vanity
ol women! Indeed! It pales, sir; it fades
nway into insignificance by comparison
with (ho admiration tho majority of men
have for their own mugs. "Why, there
nro some half n dozen who, entertaining it
great respect for my critical Judgment of
physical beauty, slop in hero every day to
inquire how they nro looking. Then il is,
'Am I pale to-day. Jim?' 'Do you think
my coloristoo high, Jim?' or 'Tlintleftcyo
hrow is growing u trillo licavyj don't you
think I'd better have it trimmed oil-it bit?'
If I fay your color is too high, my friend
is oil' to tlio barbers for rt dnh of powder,
or but this is n dead secret wo nccom
modntc him in this shop, If ho is too pale
wetingo him up. It's wonderful, posi
'Hut thcro nro dlllcrcnt degrees of
vanity nmong these male beauties, are
thcro not V
"Xo, sir; thcro is but ono degrco nnd
Hint is tho superlative, but there nro dif
ferent degrees of candor. Somo nro
modest nnd will dcclnrc that their mous
taches or beard nro always getting tangled.
Now, thcro's n good-looking blomlo rail
road ngent on Montgomery street who
bought n six-by-four mirror from mo tlio
other day, which lie keeps in his breast
pocket. lie is a glutton nbout his per
sonal beauty, lie is; but n real cstnto man,
n fair, stout young person, whose olllco is
near him, has found out that he hits this
gluts, nnd begs tho lonn of it n dozen
times n. day."
"Then, ns it matter of fact, you lutva
more customers among gentlemen for
tliobo pretty little articles than nmong tlio
"Five to one, sir; tlio percentage of
those who carry pocket mirrors is small
nmong Indies, but eight out of every dozen
men have one stowed nwny in their vest
pocket. 'Why." continued the notion
man, "somo big, smirking fellows busi
nessmen hnvo como in hero and asked
mo if I could teach them how to blush.
Just think of it. Follows in tho forties,
sir, who liavo not known a blush for
twenty yenrs, believe it would be be
coming to them if thoy could Hush up
like n moss roso when n girl glances at
them. Tlio ancient rounder got hold of
the secret and mndo nil the rest hopping
mnd to learn it. You won't give it nwny.'
well, when ho wanted to blush he'd jab n
pin into his leg nnd keep his mouth
"AVIiat did tho mouth have to do with
"llccnusc the pin would make him feel
like swearing; nnd keeping back the blas
phemy was tlio efl'ort that suffused his
cheek. That's tlio true business, s'lielp
mc." .San Francisco Altn.
WONDERS OF WOMAN'S DRESS.
A aitMlIiMiI Authority "Writes About
"Women nnd Lovv-Xoek Drosses.
Dr. Hammond writes in tlio XorthAmct4'
ictin Jlcvlcw: I can quito conccivo that a
man thoroughly imbued with tho preju
dices received from a biased education,
indisposed to accept new ideas, and deeply
endowed with a lovo for tlio beautiful,
might bo reluctant to pay his addresses
with a view to matrimony to a woman
wearing trousers. Still, under tlio inilu
enco of familiarity with the idea of a
change in tlio nether garments of tlio sex,
nml especially should thoy be generally
adopted by pretty women, it might reason
ably bo expected that it chnngo of opinion
nnd emotion would ensue, and that per
haps in time ho might oven bo brought to
regard trousers as lining mora completely
his idea of tho beautiful than do skirts nt
tlio present day.
Thcro is another point tliitt requires con
sideration, nnd that is tlio practico of
wearing the gown cut low in the neck, so
as to exposo tho breast, and witlioutoover
ing for the arms. It is doubtful if this
leads to any ill consequences. It has been
continued for many generations without
apparent injury. It might be supposed nt
ilrst thought that bronchitis, pleurisy,
pneumonia nnd ninny kinds of rheuma
tism and neuralgia would bo tho result of
thocustom, but such is really nottho case,
all of these nll'cctinus being much more
frequently met with in men, who cover
tho chest and arms with several thick
nesses of woolen material in addition to a
shirt of linen or cotton.
It lias been strenuously urged by many
so-railed sanitary reformers that women
should support their skirts by straps pass
ing over the shoulders, nnd somo low liavo
been induced to adopt the method, It is
to bo hoped (lint it will not spread. A
woman's hips aro proportionately wider
than those of a man, and there is no bet
ter way of keeping up tlio many petti
coats that it is sometimes necessary to
wear than by fastening them with strings
or bands around tho waist, over tho corset.
Shoulder-straps hinder tlio movement of
tlio chest and tend to mako those who
wear them round-shouldered. Hesldes,
tlicy-could not well bo worn with a low
necked dress, Kven if trowsers should
como into genornl uso for women it would
bo better that they should bo kept up liv
the support of tlio hips than by suspend
ers passing over tho shoulders.
It is truo that many men imps, sus
penders, and this fact may, perhaps, load
to their adoption by somo women; but
ngnin no inconsiderable number of tho
undo sox support their trousers from tlio
hips. If comparatively narrow-hipped
man can do tills wide-hipped woman
ought to bo ablo to do it bettor. A good
deal more might bo said in regard to hats,
shoes and stockings. Hut women will set
tloalltho questions of dress for them
selves. Thcro is nu evidenco to show that
in tills respect men liavo over interfered
with them, and if thoy should presume
to make the attempt it is not at nil likely
their nilvico would bo heeded.
Grcntcrthan over, tlio inducements at
A. Saks Si Co.'s Itemovnl Sale.
Clearing 6ale,scrgo suits. Elsoman Bros . , 7 & E ,
IVhcn nil so-called remedies fall, Dr,
Sage's Cntnrrh Ilcmcdy cures.
C Jcnring saIo,boys' suits. Elseman Bros., 7 & E.
ttiu our to pants to order, Hamburger's,
tiulsa Iptlont ami ailrtrtltantntt for Tin: Cmna
icctlirilal V, 8. l'rla't tlrttq store.
Ixsm-ron Cmimiints' Dismissal. Mr.
Lewis J Clements, Inspector of customs
for tlio Washington river front, fell a
victim to the Dcmocratio guillotine- on
Saturday Inst, when ho received notice
from Collector ofCusloms Cropley that ids
olllco hnd been abolished by ortlor of tho
Secretary or tho Treasury, and that ids
services were no longer required. Slnco
the establishment ortlioolllo.o In 18G9 Mr.
Clements hnd been tho only incumbent,
nnd during tlio wliolo course of ills six
teen years nssucli tlio faithful perform
ance of his duties had never been
questioned. Ho wasn staunch ltcpnbll
can nnd cast his volo for that party in Ids
native State, Ohio, nt tho Inst campaign.
Mr. Clements, by tlio courtcousnnd genial
manner or conducting his business nnd
his jovial disposition nnd great big heart,
lins drawn around him a largo circle of
friends, who will see that his future,
though not auriferous, will not bo ono of
l'ui.ixn Up Stakiis. Tho "quack" In
dian doctor, with his band of Kicknpoo
Indians, pulled up stakes this morning.
His receipts liavo amounted to over
Kxrr.i.sinnUi.itiiKxetmsioN, Tho second
annual excursion of tho popular lixcclsior
Club to Mnrshnll Ilnll, on tho steamer
Corcoran, tnkes plnce this evening,
A Joi.i.y 1'AnTY. A jolly parly, com
posed of Link Gorhardt, Al Murray, Krcd
Wnters, Alonzo Taylor, Otis Phillips and
Frank llrooks, drilled down tho Potomno
with tho tide, on tho ynciit Signal, Satur
day evening. A jolly time was had. Tho
yacht, with what was left of the party,
reached tiic city at an early hour this
0.nni:x Pakty Tins Kvnxixo. Tlio
garden party for tlio bcnellt of draco
Kpiscopal Church, which was given uttlio
residence of Mrs. K. (I. Wheeler, Inst
Tuesday, will bo repeated atthesamo place
to-night, nnd tho same programme, which
is'of it musical nnd literary character, will
Kcditcc'd Itutcs to Xiitlmmt l'liciuiip
iiiunt, vlu 1'riiiis.vlviinla Kiillriiml.
Tho National Soldiers' ltcunlon and Kn
cnnipment will bo held in Fainuount
Park, Philadelphia, from Juno is to July
0,1885. Tho event will ombraco an en
campment of renrcsentativo organizations
ortho citizen soldiery of the Union, and
detachments of troops from tho various
arms of the United States service. Tho
command will bo in charge of a military
committee composed or tho most eminent
soldiers of tho land; and numbers of
prominent leaders or tlio lato war will ho
present ns guests. Tlio programme em
braces nil the features of actual camp ser
vice, tlio most Important of which is a
series of competitive drills, in which tho
crack military organizations of tlio sev
eral States will contend ' for valuable
prizes. Thcro will also ba parades, raviows
nnd other interesting military maneuvers.
The Fourth of July will bo a particularly
interesting day.and thoeerenionicsaro ex
pected to be witnessed by tho President
and Cabinet, and other distinguished peo
ple. The beauty of tho camp ground and
its accessibility adds no little to tlio gen
eral interest in tiio nil'nir.
For tlio benefit of those desiring to nt
tend, the Pennsylvania Itnilrond will sell
excursion tickets from Juno i!(J to July 0,
good to return until July 7, from all
stations on its system to Philadelphia, at
greatly reduced rates.
Tho Clilldrcn liavo n Sail.
On Saturday lost, tho steamer Mary
Washington, as sho threw oil' her cables
and turned her prow down stream, sent a
thrill of joy and heartfelt delight through
many young hearts that have not often
tasted such pleasure us arises from a rido
on the beautiful bluo Potomac. Mr. Trem
bly gnvc a freo excursion to tiio children
ot tho Metropolitan Industrial Scliol, and
It wns a glud sight to see both big and
little, ns soon ns tho plank was thrown
out nt tilymont, rush for the green grass
and cool shndo nnd rovel in delight upon
the beauties of nature. Tlio children drank
nt the clear spring nnd swept their little
hands through tlio rippling stream that
Hows from it as thoy gathered up tlio
white pebbles from the bottom. Soon tiio
luncheon was spread upon tliotablouudcr
tho pavilion, and the children nto good
food, breathed puro air and drank cool
water with a relish that a millionaire might
well envy, particularly if he had tho dys
pepsia. Tho repast concluded, tho chil
dren sought tlio swings, tho merry-go-round,
gathered daisies, climbed the hills,
dabbled in tho water and had a good tlino
generally. Mr. Trembly was untiring in
his efforts to mako all happy. When tlio
whistle called, tlio little'oncs wcro sorry to
leave the beautiful spot,"but glud thatthcy
were to have another ride.
A Costly 1'lcco of Ilciid-Ooar.
Tho crown oi' England has twenty
diamonds around its chief circle, about
$lf)0,000, and ever so many other diamonds
and precious stones, tho whole costing
about $500,000 of our money. Somo people
think Queen Victoria wears it every day,
but she docs not. "Uneasy sleeps tho
head that wears a crown," llrown's Iron
Hitters costs but a dollar and brings sleep
to the nervous, strength to tho debilitated
nnd comfort to tho rheumatic. .Mrs. Win.
S. Lane, Fredcricn, Del., says, "llrown's
Iron Hitters is the best remedy for lnmo
back nnd liver complaint I oyer used,"
ltrmiiiRtiin Standard Tjpo-AVrlter StHI
I'm- In Advance of All Competitors.
"Ni:w Oiii.ka.n3, Ta., Juno -1, 1833.
"We, the undersigned members of tho
Juiv of Awards for group 0, class (!l-l
(writing machines), hercbv certify that
wo awarded n llrt-olass gold medal, tlio
highest award, to 10. Itciiiiugton it Sons'
"Oi:o. A. Hi'.ato.v,
"Cms. A. Mohoan."
Itefcrring to certain published strictures
upon tlio above certificate, we telegraphed
to New York for enlightenment and re
ceived tlio following response:
" Wiickoff, Seavuwn nml Jlenolirl, I.e
"Jhoit lluihUng, WiuhUtgtnn. D. C:
"Nothing new. Tlio only .jury that ex
amined our machine reported in its favor.
"WveKorr, Shamans & Ui:xi:uicr."
Kciuitillilo (,'. II. Association.
There liavo been 1.81S shares taken in
the ninth issue, increasing the monthly
receipts, at $2.50 per shnre, $-1,015. Tho
present withdrawal value of shnrcs in
each Issue is ns follows : First, $IM).2.S; sec
ond, $102,811; third, $117.8Sj fourth, $81.10;
llfth, $07.71 ; sixth, $51.58; seventh, $30.70;
eighth, $20. Shares can bo tnken and
pamphlets explaining tlio object and ad
vantages of tlio association will bo Tur
nlshcd at tho olllco of tlio association daily
from 8;.'i0 a. m. to I:!i0 p. m. Thomas Som
rrvlile, president ; John Joy Kdson, secre
tary. Olllco 017 V street, second Iloor.
Greater than over, tho inducements at
A. Saks it Co.'s liemovnl Sale,
Th o Now Catholic University.
James McGrath, tho St. Louis nrchitot,
has gono homo, ills conference with Dr.
Chapnelle, tlio Washington member of tlio
board of prelates having charge of tho
National Catholic University, was satisfac
tory. Tlio architect accompanied Dr,
Chuppello to the proposed site of tho in
stitution, near tho Soldiers' Homo. Mr.
McClrath said n bettor location could not
have been selected. Nothing can bo de
termined us to what will bo done regard
ing tho building until tho meeting of tho
board, which takes place shortly.
Greater tlinn ever, tho inducements nt
A. Snks it Co.'s Itemovnl Sale.
Clcarlngsale.sergo suits, Elseman Hros.,7&E.
A coLOiscn infant, nearly n year old, was
found on it bench in tho Smithsonian
grounds Saturday morning, It was sent
to St. Ann's Infant Asylum.
"Alderncy Dairy Wagons."
Fresh Alderney butter, churned ovcry morn
ing nnd delivered In W lb, "Ward" prints, .loo.
per ID, Also eottngo cheeso, buttermilk and
sweet milk, Bo, per qt, Cream, ltjo, per pint.
Tito Annual Itnco llotwccii Ynlu nml
Tho coming Yale-Harvard raco is
increased In interest by Harvard's
mngniliccnt exhibition of rowing on
Saturday. Tlio record between Yalo
and Harvard now stands fl to 1 In
Ynlo's favor, It can bo scon that
Harvard lias much more to gain by vic
tory tliis year than Yale. The following
record gives tlio tlino and winning r.row
since tlio raco wasestablishedi 1870, Yale,
22:02; Harvard, 22:31; 1877, Yarvard, 21:30;
Yalo, 21:13; 1878, Harvard, 20:10; Yale,
2I::;9; 1871), Harvard, 22:10; Yale. 23:08
1880, Yalo, 21:17; Harvard, 2.1:00; 1881,
Yale, 22:13; Harvard, 22:11); 1882, Harvard,
20:17; Yalo, 20:00; 1883, Harvard, 20:111;
Yale, 27:02; 1831, Yalr, 20:31 j harvard
The Columbia College eight was badly
beaten by Harvard on Haturdayaftcrnoon
at New London. When Harvard crossed
the line, Columbia was half a milo in tho
rear. Columbia rowed plueklly, but Har
vard's men wore too strong for her. Har
vard started with a.'idstroko which gave
her tho lead. She soon dropped to a 31
stroke, which wns steadily kept up during
tho race, increasing it slightly only when
Columbia made frantic spurts. Harvard's
time wns 2ltn. 27s,, Columbia's, 2Hiu.22s.
Harvard's crow is superior to any that
over represented Cambridge on tho
Thames course, not excepting the wonder
ful '78 crow. Tho Columbia-Harvard rec
ords on the Thames course tiro us follows:
1881, Harvard, 21m. 10s.; Columbia, 21m.
OSs. 1882, Harvard refused to row; Co
lumbia went over tho courso and was
awarded tlio race. 1883, Harvard 21m,
12s.; Columbia, 2."nn.l7s. 1881, Harvard,
2lm.31Js.; Columbia, 2lm.l0s. 1880, Har
vard, 21m. 27s.; Columbia, 20m. 2Js.
Thirteen members of the Capital llicy
cli! Club took tho wheel yesterday and
went into Alexandria County. Thoy
crossed tho Aqueduct bridge, and after
passing Arlington, wont down tho tow
patli nnd Columbia road to tho Alexandria
nnd Washington turnpike. From there
they went to Alexnndrut, making the trip
from Fort Itunyon to the canal basin, 11 vo
miles, in twenty minutes. They returned
by tho ferry boat.
From a recently published listof evcling
clubs it is to bo noted that Philadelphia
lias quite n number of such organizations.
Tlio largest aro tlio Gcrmantown nnd
Pennsylvania clubs, with sixty members
each; tho Philadelphia Club, with forty
Ilvo members, and the Penn City and
Frank ford clubs, with thirty-live mem
bers each. Thorn are over half a dozen
smaller organizations in Philadelphia.
Tim Vlstlo Ait.
Tho scrap nl the Coniiquo Garden, which
enmo oil' between Johnnie Kano of this
city and John 15. Kline of tho Quaker City
Saturday night, has provoked a great dca'I
of feeling among the sports of tills city.
Kane's Iriends arc outspoken in their
belief in tlio Washington lad's ability to
do up tlio Quaker City "Good One."
Kline lias made a host ol friends, and that
lie is plucky nnd scientific thcro can bo no
doubt. Friends of both parties aro trying
to arrange a meeting between tlioin lor a
glove light to a finish Instead or tho two
best out of three rounds. As they fought
Saturday night everything Indicates that
a match will be arranged. If such should
be the case, the time and place of meeting
between the "Paragon" and tho "Good
One" will lie duly announced.
The success of Cornell University this
year in out-of-door sports of all kinds lias
been almost phenomenal. Its baseball
nino won every game it played in tlio
New York Stato lntercollegiato llasoball
Association, meeting nines from Rochester
nnd Syracuse universities, and Union,
Hamilton and Ho hart colleges, At tlio
lntercollegiato Athletic Sports, held on
the Hobart College grounds, at Geneva,
N.Y., Cornell won eight out of thirteen
events, winning everything for which alio
entered. On Friday her four easily de
feated the fastest four over organized by
the University of Pennsylvania, making
the best timo ever made in tiio Childs cup
race. The prediction is freely made that
the samo four will win tlio Intercollegiate
race at LakoQuinsigainond next mouth.
Kx-Govcrnor Oden Uowic of Ilaltimoro
lias some fine three-year-olds at his Sara
toga stables, Marylandcr, Vestor, Lord
Lyon and a Cutcsby colt; besides three
good two-year-olds, Cato, Cassatt and it
Tlio managers of tho Coney Island
Jockey Club liavo selected Wednesday,
this week, as tltc day for an extra raco at
ShEctpshead Hay, tlio proceeds of which
will bo turned over to tlio llitrtlioldi
Greater than ever, the inducements at
A. Saks it Co.'s Removal Sale.
Driinltriiupss, or tho Liquor Ilalilt, Guti
lio Ciuvil l).v Administering Dr. Haines'
It can bo given In a cup of coffee or tea with
out tho knowledge Of tho per.on taking It, ef
fecting a speedy and permanent euro, whether
tlio patient is a modernto drinker or nil alco
hollo wreck. Thousands of drunkards have
been mndo temperate men who liavo taken tho
('olden Specific In their roffco without their
knowledge, nnd to-day licllovo thoy quit drink
ing of their own freo will. No harmful effects
result from Its administration. Cures guainn
teed. Circulars and testimonials sent freo. Ad
dress, Ooi.niiN KFKCii'ia Co.,
185 Itaeo St., Cincinnati. O.
For sale by It. K. llelpiieustliie, Ebbltt
Hoifo Drug Store, and also corner Fourteenth
street and Vennont avenue.
Greater than ever; tho inducements at
A. Saks it Co.'s Removal Sale.
Clearing snlo.boys' suits. Elseman llros.,7&H.
Nervous DoliIlllattMl 31 cm,
You nro nllowed a five trial of tilrtii li ot
thotiMiof Dr, Dyo's Cclobrated Voliato Dolt
with Kleetrlo Supeusory Appliances, for tho
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Debility, loss of Vitality nnd Manhood, and nil
kindred troubles. Also for many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
and manhood guaranteed. No risk is Incunvd.
Illustrated pamphlet, with full Information,
terms, etc.. mailed freo by addressing Voltalo
llelt, Co., Marshall, Mich.
Clearing sale, Norfolk suits. Elseman Ilros.
refrigerators, carpets nnd furnlturo sold on
weekly or monthly payments at Smith's, 110
New Jeioy avenue northwest.
Clearing salo, summer clothes. Elseman Hros.
".Tiihtli'H Old Stand,"
nmn street northwest, buys gents' second
hand clothing. Note by mall attended to.
' . in .1
Clearing sale, $10 suits, Elseman Ilros.. 7 & 13.
MAOIU'DEH.-On tho morning of Juno
lbHS. after n brief Illness. Helen, only child of
Johnll. nnd S, A. Mngrnder.
Funeral from Ingelslde, Mt. l'leaant, nt 5
p. m., Tuesday, .luno i:j, issa. interment at
They Stand at the Head?
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YTHAHVES AND RAILROAD YARD
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BRANCU YARDS AND OFH0E3.
(Oonnocted by Telephone.)
11202 F street northwest.
1516 Soventh etroet northwest.
17-10 ronneylvanld avo. northwest.
1113 Ninth street northwest.
Oornnrild and K etrcats northwest,
mylltf 221 l'onnsylvanlft avo. southwest.
v -v-vn. -a. "V 'X -v - - -.
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10 tiik north, wraTA.NnsomntmT.
DOIIIir.E TRAOK. SPLENDID FOENEIIV
UTEEL RAILS. MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT.
IK kitkct .limn SI, 1885.
Trains Icnvo WnnliliiRton from station, corner
. of Hlxlh and 1) streets, n follow!
lor Nttsbiirit nml tlio West, rhlcaso Limited
HxpreM o I'nlnco Sleeping Cars nt 0:50 a. m.
dally; Fact Lino, 0:50 a. m. dully (o Cincin
nati nnd Ht. Louis, with HleopliiK Cars from
llnrrlshurffto Cincinnati nnd Hotel Car to
81. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to WilcflKOj
with HleepliiR Car Atloonato chlnatfo. Clit
rnep nnd Cincinnati Kxpren at 7:10 n. m.
dally, v Hi 1 Hleejilint Cnrs Washington to Clil
riiRoand HnrrHiiirg to Loulivlllc; connect
JiiR nt llnrrlxbiiw Willi Western KxnrcM with
tlirouitli slccpcrii for Cleveland nnd .St. L011W.
I'nc-lllo Express 10 p. m, dally for I'lttshurc
and tho est, with tliroiiKh sleeper Hnrrls
burR to Chicago,
BALTIMORE POTOMAO RAILROAD.
For Krlc, Cannndnliam, Rochester, lluffalo, Ni
agara, 10 p. in. dally, except Haturdny, with
I'alneo Cars Washington to Rochester.
For WIlilninMKirt, Lock Haven nnd Elmlrn, at
HMO a. in. iliilly, except Hundav.
Fin-New York und Ihu East, 7:15, 8:!10 and
11 11. in., '., I, 10 p. in. and 1J:1 night. On
undny,8::i0n.m,.',,., 10 p.m. nnd 12:15
night. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
Cars D.'-IO n. in. dully, except Sunday.
For llnslon without change, i! p. in. everyday.
For Ilrooklyn, N.Y.. all through trains emmeot
at .IcrM-y city wlthlioatH of Ilrooklyn Annex,
nffordlng direct transfer to Fulton street,
avoldliiB double fcrrlngo across New York;
For Philadelphia, 7:15, 8:150 nnd 11 a. m., a,
4, 11. 10 p. in. nnd 112:15 nlglit. On Sunday,
8:110 a.m.. a, .J, (I, 10 n. 111. and 1'2:15 nlglit.
Limited Express, 0:10 a.m. dally, except
For llnltlmoro, IblW. 7:15. 8:110, 11:10, 11:50, 11
n. m.. ia:05, a, 1,1 a5,.J; IO,(i, 7:10, 10 p. m.
mid ia:15 night, on Kunday, 8::!0, li:5(), 1 1
n.m., a, .1,(1, 7:10, 10 p.m. and ia:15 night.
I or I'opp's Creek Line, 7:15 n. in., nnd J: Hi p.
m. dally, except Sunday.
For AnnnpollH, (1:115 11. in., 12:05 and .1:25 p. m.
dally, oxcciit Sunday. On Sunday -I I'. m.
ALEXANDRIA FRnDEIIIOKSIllIRO RAIL
WAY AND ALEXANDRIA & WAHII
For Alcxnndrlii. 0,7.0:25. 11:01 and 11;UB
11. m.,a:05, .1:2(1, -1:1.1, (:r,, aioiand U:ll7
p. m. On Sunday ttt (J, 0:a3, ll;oi u. m
H.05 p. in.
For Itlclimond nnd tho South, (land 11:01 n.
m. dally and 1: 15 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington (l-.l).i.
8, 10, 10:10 a. in., 1, :i:05, ll:au, 5:10, 7:)."
and 11:1)5 ii.rn. and 12:1(1 lnldnlglit. except
Monday, (in Sunday at 8 and 10:10 a.m.,
7:05 and 1 1 :115 p. m. anil 12:10 night.
Tickets nnd Infoi matlon nt the olllecnorthenst
coiner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsylvania
iiveniic. and nt tho, station, wliero orders can
bo left for tho checking of baggage to (Instilla
tion from hotels nnd residences.
C1IAH.K. PCdH, J. It. WOOD,
(I'lncrnl Manager. Pen. I'nsongcr Ai.i'nt.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LKAVK II. A; 1". DEPOT, SIXTH AND 11. STS.)
1 1 11.'! A. M. For nil way stations, Lexington,
Ivy,, Roulsvlllu, Clnehiniitl, Columbus, Ht.
Louis. Dally except. .Sunday. Through
I'urlor Car to Whlto Sulphur Springs.
1 1 A. M. For Newport News, Old Point Com
fort mid Norfolk. Dally except Sunday.
5i-i5 P. M.-For Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
I.ouls nnd Chicago, connecting for all
iiolnts West, Northwest und Sonthwott:
lust express dnlly: does not stop for locAl
business; through Pullman service to
Louisville and Cincinnati.
For tickets and Information apply at 0. & 0.
Hallway olllco. 5111 1'i'iiii'rlvuiil.i avenue,
under National Hotel: Vu. Midland Railway
olllco, (101 Pennsylvania uremic, und 1). & P.
II. W. FULLER,
C. W SMITH Gcllcral I'as-.cngur Agent,
FRANK TRKK), N. K. Passenger Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. YESTERN R. R.
On and after ,11'NF. 11,1885, traluswlll leave
from und arrive nt nth and U st-i.
Depot us follows:
1 f.nV.l V'f1Gll1l,r,,.,, ,1 .1 n nml .,.0-1,, n
dnlly; arrive at llelmont Pnik 10:51 a. in. and
0:2(1 p. in.; I.ee.sbiirg 11:01 a. m. nndOilhl p.
m.; arrive nt Round Hill at 11:11) a. m. and
7:18 p. in.
Returning, leave Round Hill 0:03 a. in, and
!):0il p. m.; pass Lccsburg (I; la a. in. andOiKI
p. m.; Ilclinont Park 0:5 1 a. m. and !):.-H p. in.,
nnd in rivo at Washington nt 8:U5 n. in. and
5:10 p. m.
Si eclal oxcur.slon rates mid Sunday trains to
Ilclinont Park. Monthly and commutation
rates to all points.
S. M. 1IROPHY, Supt., Alexandria.
K..I. I.OCKWOOD, l'usrf. Agl 507IM. nvc,
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
BCIIEDULK IN KFFKOT SUNDAY MAY 3
HW, UNTIL FUHTIIKU NOTICE
Leavo Wnslilngton Irom Station, corner istw
Jersey nvrnun and u street.
For Cblcnuo, 10 b. m. nnrt 10.10 p. m. dally. Tho
10a in. isu i-'nst Lliultcil KxprcBs to Pittsburgh
ami Chicago arrlvlmc In Pittsburgh at 7.30 p.m.,
Chlcagonrxt morning at 8.55. Ho extralarelr
charged on I Ills tinln for last time.
Far Cincinnati, Loalsvlllu and ht. Louis dnll
at 3.30 p. m. aud 10.10 p. in., wllh through coacS
and Pulaco Bleeping Cars to above points with,
ont change. 3.30 p. in. train Is a fast limited train
to Clrclmiutl and SI. I.ouls, arriving In Cincin
nati next monilrpr nt 7.43, St. Louis u.30 p. m. No
extra litre Is chuiKi d on this trnln for fast time.
For PlttsLnrgh at 10 u. ni., wlili Parlor Car. ana
0.10 p. in. dally lo Plttshurth; Clerelaidaed De
troit, with sleeping cars to Pittsburgh.
For Ralllmore oh weekduys. 5,6. 10. 6.40. 7.30,
S.30 and 10 03 a. ni.. 12.10, l.ZS.S.lSMS-tnlcutetialn),
8.311. 4.30. 4.40, 6 40, U 40, 7, 8.25 nnd lip. m.
1-or Uslilniore on Sunilavs, tUO. 7.30, 8. SO and
10X5 a. m 1.2J, 1.30, 3.30, 4.(0, 0.40, 0.10, 7, 8.25
and 11 p. in.
For points on thoBhennndonh Valley r.nllroad
and points South, ;.i' a. m. aud 0.10 ji, m. dally.
0.23 a. m. train has Pullman Sleeper from Wash
ington to New Orleans.
For Annapolis, 0.40 n. ra, and 12,10 and 1,20 p. m.
on Sunday, 8.3U a, m 4.4U v. in.
for way stations between Washington nnd Bal
timore, 5, 0.40, 8.30 u. ui., 12.10, i.i'J, 4 40. 7 and
11 p. m. On euudiys, 8 30 a. in., 1.30, .1 30, 4.40, 7
and 11 p. m. For stations on 2letroolltaa
ilrauch, ,.23 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and 5.30
p. ni. dally: 4,40 p. ni. dully, except Sunday, lor
principal stations on Mctiaoolllun Branch; 8.40 a.
in, daily on Buuduy stops at all statlouo; lor
Lexington, Staunton and Valley Branch, 8.40 n.
m, dally, except biiudnv: tor Frederick, 8.40a.
in., 4.40 p. m. daily, excert Sunday.
Jr'or iloerstown and Winchester 8.40 a.m. dally
except hnndny, and 6.3n p.m. dally to lingers
town, dally except Sunday to Winchester.
Trains arrive from the West dally, C, 7.20 a. ra,
1.13. 0.30 p. m.
From Annapolis. 8.S0 o. m. and 1.50 nnd 5.15 p.
to.: Sunday, 10.33 u.m., 0.35 p. in.
From Lexington, 5.30 p. in, dally, except Sun
From Frederick and Intermediate points. 8.25 a.
m. and 8.15 p. in. dally; except Sunday,
Trains leuvo Ilaltimoro fo.- Washington nt 5.10,
6.30, 7.20, 0, 1) 05 and 10.30 a. m., 12.15, 1'.il', 3, 1, 4 20
3,H.io, t.Oaiul 11 n. ni. On Sundays, 0.30, 7.20, 9 aud
II 05 n. m., 1.30, 2.30. 4.20, 5, 0.30, 8, U and 11 P. m.
All tralnsfiom Washington stop at Reluystn
linn, except 1.23, 3 15 nnd 8.40 p. m.
For lurilitr Information apply at tho Baltimore
A Ohio ticket olllce Washington Station, 611) nua
1351 Pennsylvania avenuo, corner of Fourteenth
street, wheroordcro will lie taken for baggage to
he checked and received at uuy point In limclty,
II. DUNHAM, C. K. LOUD,
Ocn. Man, Baltimore. O, P. A.
DAILY LINETO NORFOLK AND FORTRESS
Monroe. Steamers Qeorno Loary una
Excelsior, commencInK May 0, 1885.
Onoot theso popular stenraers will le.ivo
Boventh-stii ot wharf DAILY, oxcopt SUNDAY,
at 5 :!10 p. m. For paniculate Inquire at Uom
pony's onice, 7th st. wharf. Telephone No.
7-10-3. W. P. WELCH, Oonornl Agont.
J F0HTRKS8M0NR0KAND NORFOLK.
FIItST-OLASS FARM, 111 ROUND TRIP, t l.aU.
Steamer JANK MOsKLKY Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday at 5:30 p. m.
Passage and rooms secured at General Olllce,
Sixth-street wlmrf. Telephone call, 94.
POTOMAO RIVKR LANDINOS.-8teamer
Tl IOMPSON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
7 a. m. ho!
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
1323 F Street N. W., Opp. the Ebbltt,
WASHINGTON, I. C.
(Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springe, N, Y.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
Sharpless' Oandy Store.
Or oat Roduetlon In Prices. Entlro Htoctt at
Lees than Cost.
fl PENNA. AVENUE.
-SW- KCi VBBBHOPP
Dealer In Wall Papers, Window Shade, Ftctnifl
Frame, rlctarn, etc,
VIS BKVBNTU HTUKET HOBTHWBBTi
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