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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1885.
For tlio bcncflt of siifTcrlnghutnanlty, I deem
It only my ituty to glvo this unsolicited testi
mony In favor of Swift's Specific. My wlto
has been aflllctrd with Koxoma from Infnnoy,
Wo tried overy known remedy, but to no avail,
(ilia was also afflicted with n pcrlodloal ner
vous headache, sometimes followed tiy an In
termittent fovcr, so tlmt lior lifo bcenmo a
burden to licr. Finally I determined to try
Swift's Specific. Slio commenced soven wcoks
neo. After taking tho flrit largo bottlo tho
iliscaso seemed to Increase; tlio burning, Itch
ing nnd Inflammation liccamo unboarablo,
Hho, liowovcr, persevered In tlio nso of tho
medicine. After taking tlio second bottlo tlio
Infiammntlon began to subside After tlio
tldrd bottlo tlio liillammatlon disappeared, anil
tho sore spot! dried up nnd turned white- and
scaly, nnd finally slio brushed thorn ore In an
Impalpable white powder resembling puro
salt. Slio Is now taking tho sixth bottlo; overy
appearance of tlio dWcnso Is gone, and lior
flrsli Is soft and wlilto as n child's. Her head'
nehes havo disappeared and she enjoys tho
only good health slio has known In 'ID years.
No wonder sho deems every bottlo of 8. H. 8.
Is worth a thousand times Us weight In cold.
Any further Information concerning her case
will bo cheerfully given by herself nt her resi
dence, IBS .Mullott street, or by me,
JOHN P. llltAUMir, -t 1 Orlswold st.
Detroit, Jllch., May JO, 1885.
For Milo by nil druggists.
TIIK BWIFT SPECIITCCO.,
N.Y.. 157 W. 23d st. Drawer II, Atlmitn.On.
nvFTunu positively cunnu
HY TRIUXiril TRUSS CO. of Now York nnd
Philadelphia. Tlio only firm In tho world who
daro Guarantee tlio euro of ltupturo. Dr. 0. W.
Utirnhnm, tho great Truss Expert, general su
perintendent, Ts nownt tho ST. MAUO HOTEL,
rorncr Pennsylvania avo. nnd Hovcnth st.,
Washington, D. C. Ho glvos examination nnd
ndvtco.iw, and frco trial of Trusses. Call or
send stamp for circular nnd bo cured. Jc5-lm
llcitil. A 1 1 n y h
Heals .Sores, ltc
storcs the Senses
mid S in a 1 1. A
quick JteTlcf. A
1'oHltivo Cure. HAY?fcfcajffc.K
CltlLYM HALM has gained an cnvlablo
reputation, displacing nil other preparations.
A particle Is applied Into each nostril; no pain;
agreeable to use. Prlco 50o. by mall or at
diugglsts. Sendlorclrculnr. ELY iillOTIIEIUf,
Druggists, Owego, N. Y.
A NEW DISCOVERT .
jsrsjLXjiiisr is i
Imroedlato relief ror Cold In tb. cad, Boro
Nose. Catarrh &o. 10c. a bos. V alo by all
As Uncle Sam U decapitating tho clerks of
the Departments, so nro wo cutting off and
down our prices of goods.
Gent's extra slzo black scrgo coats, $2.G0;
Gent's wlilto vests, GO and 70e.; value $1.
$2 pants only 81 .25.
f 1 .50 Seersucker pants only $1.
$3.50 "Creole" linen suit y.J.50.
. M striped linen suits $3.
Nice linen coat, worth $1 ; now 50c.
Cheap knee pants, worth 75c; now -17c.
Come beforo It rains.
J. W. SELBY'S,
1014 AND 1010 PENNA.AVE.
ZE3L. D. JBAJfolRj,
Ml PENN. AVE.
Overcoatiii&s ant Trouserings
Of my own Importation, now rccclvod. Gcntlo
men, plcii60 call, inspect and Ieavo your orders
nt tho Leading Tailoring Establishment of
Washington, llest Goods. Dost Trimmings.
Nono but first-class workmen employed nt
Jill Pennsylvania Avenue.
H. D. BA-RR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Olothiers, .
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
81B JSL.1XTD SIS 70713: ST.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILOHB AND OLOTHIEUB,
815 PKNNA.AVK,, ondor Metropolitan Hotel.
WyckofT, Seamans & Benedict,
Washington Olllce, Cor. Hth nnd X'Hts.
They Stand at the Head?
THE BEST SHOES
For Gentlemen's iccar, n the Jl'crW, for tht
money ara mauo oy
STACY, ADARHS & CO.
COMFOItT, HTYIjE &, DmUIIIUTV I
Atk your dealer for the Stacy. Adams & (Jo, Shoe.
Tuoso goods luomudo of tholiest French ami Do
mcitla stock, Kunguioo top., in hand and inncliluu
iewid, iuCONCHtlSSS, IIUTTON and LACK, and
15VEUY I'AIIl WAUItANTlSJ). HotUfacilou Is
guaranteed everyone that wear the Stacy, Adams
Spring m mm
'(iKA'y .A A
nt x ft Co, Shoe. Bold erery where by mist-ciasaueaieu.
L'j T it those goods aro not kept in stock by your
denier Bond your addresa to Stacy, Aiuho &
J0q, 0(1 Uuniwer Street, Uoatou, Moss
Moonllalit, and lovo and mngnolla liccs;
A Imro, gray house on a lonely hllli
A river below, with tho sweep of seas;
An air of stillness, so strangely still
So still of trouble or strife or stir,
I heard my heart as It beat for her.
Her lover nnd slio and tho cypress ticcs;
And It Alone-by thnblnck lagoon
A plnco of ghosts nnd of myslcrlos
l.lko lilies upheld to tho loveless moon;
Tim darkness slain by tho sword ot day
And under the cypress tites hidden away.
Her wondrous lialr! Her eves were as largo
As torch-lost deer's, that feeding In moss,
And seeing tho light In tho huntsman's barge,
Mils up Its head and nines wadlug norms,
Wide-eyed nnd da7i'd, and reaches Its head
Tt listing nnd i caching nnd so, shot dead!
"Tho cypress Is secret as drutll," said I.
"And llcuth, ho Is dealer to mo than gold."
Po tho cypress woods and tho wave hard by
Havo many nnd many n secret to hold
1'orwhy did slio turn to tho wood and tlio
And look and look as In dead lovo's grave?
Joaquin Miller, In tho current.
THE IDESOF MARCH.
v joirriti.Ni: ogiiky oati:s.
It was tho 15th of .March, nnil a prema
ture) equinoctial rngctl throughout the city
streets, A young man hail just seated
hhnscli'nt Ills breakfast, when somo fond
recollection stole over him which led him
to investigate the weather. JIo went lo
the window nnd gazed nt tlio storm with
"GrentScottl" lie ejaculated, "hero's n
pretty mess." He scanned the heavens in
nil directions, but tho outloqk wns hope
less. Catching up the Jferahl, ho eagerly
sought for Old 1'robs.' views on tlio sub
ject. Hut tho clerk of tlio weather was
wny oil'. Old l'robs. snid "clear nnd cold."
With n sniff of contempt tit sttcli prop
uosticatlons, ho lnid down the paper mid
devoted himself to his breakfast.
Tho door presently opened and admitted
a short, crisn old gentleman, as blooming
ns u May morning in spile of Ills sixty
"Morning, ltichard," said lie.
"Seasonable weather, eh, HichnriU
Something electric In n day liko this;
hciuls the blood tingling through your
veins, and so on. well, what's the news
wnr declared? Pass mo tlio paper,
Tlio old gentleman's cheerfulness was
singularly olfenslvo to lllchurd, consider
ing his own low state, so no hastily .swal
lowed Ids breakfast nnd struggled down to
business, grumbling unpleasant things
about the weather all tho wny. Martin
Davenport, Dick's uncle, wns an importer
in woods for household interiors. lie was
wealthy nnd n bachelor. If one was to
believe nil ho said, lie detested women and
duly dcclaicd that if Dick over married ho
must saygood-byto ids uncle. lUchurdJ
was his book-keeper on n slender salary
uesi no siiouid oo leu inro icmpuuion; aim
in lovo with the dearest girl in tlio world.
Ho hadn't told her so, because, nil things
cousided, it was useless. His undo en
joyed rudo health, so thcro were slim pos
sibilities in that direction.
Tho fact thnt connubial bliss was at
present out of the question was not tlio
immediate cause of his perturbed spirit.
At this very moment ho was pacing the
ofllco iloorinrngc. Ho had invited his
fairest fair to accompany him to tho play
of "Julius Ca-sar" nt Booth'n theatre.
Tho tickets wcro purchased days since.
Dick pulled them from his pocket as if
liopilig some miracle had changed the
date. Hut no; March 15, in clearest type,
met his despairing gaze. Ho groaned
"What tho devil's the matter with you,
Dick? ' said his uncle, who had but just
dried his feet and was preparing for his
Tho wild idea of throwing himself upon
his uncle's mercy crossed his mind, and
without thinking of tlio possibility of be
ing ridiculed ho exclaimed, "Uncle; I'm
in n box."
"Doxl "What kind? Now, don't say
financial, Richard, it's no good," nnd the
old gentleman chuckled gleefully.
"You see, it's liko this, Undo .Martin,"
iiichnrd went on. not as glibly ns ho could
havo wished. "I've-er asked a young
lady to go to tho thoatro to-night and it's
raining great guns."
"Slio lives in Drooklyn. ,Stonus, you
know, and I ought to take n carriage. To
hiro a carriage to go way over there and
then wait for us and nil thnt would tako a
lot of money, and I am strapped. Had
money enough yesterday, hut I forgot nil
nliout to-night's engagement nnd paid n
bill, nnd tins miserable little two dollar
hill is every blessed cent I've got. What
shall I do, uncle?"
"Dowaro tlio ides of March, Richard,"
chuckled tho old gentleman, nnd ho turned
his hack on tho -wretched young man and
occupied himself with the 'mail.
Dick felt suicidal. Ho might send word
thnt sudden illness prevented him, etc.,
but she probably wouldn't believo it. Ho
plunged his hands into tlio depths of his
trousers pockets, ho stared out nt tho rain
imploringly nnd defiantly by turns, as if
ho could iullucnco tho elements by one
expression or tlio other.
Finally, in despair, ho was about to go
to work, when a messenger boy brought
him a letter, tho reading of which caused
a grin of delight to creep over his hand
some face. Ho heaved u tremendous sigh
of relief nnd murmured, "That was n
close shnvo 1"
At tills point Mr, Mnrtin Davenport
threw down his letters, exclaiming.
"What aro you up to now, Dick? How's
a man to read with you snoring liko iv
Dick Davenport's soul was simply over
flowing with gratitude, and ho was ready
to pour forth the sequel of his recent woe,
so no oxclaimed, impulsively:
"Such luck! 1'vo a letter from tlio
yonim lady. You know"
"What young lady?"
"Why, tho young lady I asked to go to
"Death in tlio family and begs to bo ex
cused ? You're in clover, Dick."
"Oh! no, uncle, it's but here, you
With a very wry rountcnanco tho old
gentleman gingerly took tlio missivo and
DcnrJIr. Davenport: In coiisoriucnco of tho
lain, which I do not wish to depiivo mu of tlio
pleasure of this evening's engagement with
s ou, I writo this to tell you that I will spend
tho night with my aunt, Mrs. Hentley, at No.
West Flft ythlrd street, nnd you may call
for mo there. It will save von a wet Journoy
in juuoKiyii, uuu win tusu uu inueii mucr
about getting homo.
Don't bo offended If I say tlmt my aunt's
house U so very convenient to tho horso cars,
tlmt It you cull for mo with a carriage I refuso
to go nt nil. This Is not a whim, but a princi
ple. I hopo you know mo well enough to bo
Ilovo that I mean precisely what I sny. Very
truly yours, Annib Fikldino,
"Jerusalem!" exclaimed tha old gentle
man, astlionoto fluttered to tho floor.
Dick had been furtively watching tho
cll'cct of his dear girl's letter upon his
uncle, and when ho saw tlio thoughtful,
sotteucd expression of his countenance,
fondly hoped his relative, In his moment
of weakness, would pull out a twenty
dollar bill and say: "Clo it, my boyj don't
let her wet tho soles of her dainty feet."
Hut no such honeyed sweetness fell upon
his ear; nothing but a soft, long-drawn
whistle it sued from tho old man's lips.
"What do you think of her, undo?"
nsked tho young man, with an anxious
"Why sho must bo unusual, Dick,"
Dick went to work with a light heart,
hut the old gentleman was busied m
thought all day. Ho had had a now rcv
dation of womankind.
Hy evening tlio wind ceased, and only
tho rain fell quiotly and steadily. Tho
young neoplo went to tlio play most pro
saically In a horso car, liko ordinary mor
tals, and enjoyed It not a whit tlio less,
"i'eoplo will think wo aro married,"
thought Dick, jubilantly, as, with Annio
tucked under his arm, ho hailed a car for
homo whon Julius Cicsar had been prop
erly stalihed, orntrd and duly disposed of
in lcgttlation style.
"How ennio you lo write that note,
Annie?" asked ltichard, unconsciously
uslni her Christian name.
"Well, to be candid, to take a carriago
nil tho way to Drooklyn and back, or oven
right hero in the city, is terribly ex
pensive, nnd I thought ft was possiiilo you
could not nllbrd it. Nut that 1 thought
you absolutely hadn't tlio money, you
know" apologetically. .
"Oh, ol coursa not!" exclaimed our
hero, with gusto,
"Only," slio continued, "I llkn tilings
to be consistent, Audbcsidcs, I did want
to go so badly."
"Was that thconly'rcason?" anxious to
"Well, and slio smiled merrily, "per
haps I wanted to show that I was 'fast
Dick wanted to hug her. Sho was
adorable. Nothing hut his iumccunloslty
retrained him fioiu popping tlio question
on tlio spot. lint if his lips were silent his
eyes were unquenchable, nnd she well,
Hie was a woman, and consequently this
species of communication wns quite intel
ligible to her.
When Richard finally let himself Into
his uncle's gloomy, old-fiisliloncd house,
he was surprised to sec a light burning In
tho old gentleman's sittingj-oom. Think
ing lie might be ill, ho hastily mounted
tlio stairs and entered tlio room.
His uncle was yawning over a book,
und on tho table was-a dusky bottlo of
rare old wine thnt wa tlio pride of ills lifo
and only used on tho rarest occasions.
"What ou earth aro you sitting up for,
"For you. ' What do you mean hy
keening me out of my bed till this hour?"
Tlio reproachful expression on his face
would hnvc been quite tlio proper tiling,
nnd a thing to be expected in a wil'o, but
in an undo it was so supremely absurd
thnt Richard almost doubted his unclo's
"Dick," said tlio old man solemnly,
"this litis been a devilish lung evening,
but T Imvn stuck It out. determined not. tn
,m In linil Mil wn linvn ,1,-nnb Min liridn'u'
"What hrido7" asked Richard, con
vinced now of his unclo's delirium.
"Why yours,"'- roared the old man.
"Aren't you going lo marry her? If you
don't, I shall."
"Hut, financially, you know," gasped
Dick, "1 am not rf
"Richard," said his uncle, pouring out
the wino in two beautiful Venetian
glatf cs, "I resign tho business toyou. To
morrow I shall retire. I expect to stop at
homo to watch tho young madam and
keep her out of mischief."
Tlio wine was drunk in silence, except
for tlio usual indistinct mumbling.
Tlio old man's eyes softened and his
thoughts went back a generation, while
to Dick the golden fluid conjured up
visions of passionate bliss, in which a pair
of blue eyes nnd a golden head flgurcd ex
tensively. When Annio Fielding caiiio to
bo mistress of tho old house sho had two
lovers instead of one. St. 1'aul 1'ioiicer
A TRIP TO THE LURAY CAVERNS.
tOiw of the Most llnjoyablo of Suiniuur
Ti,Oncof the most delightful trips out of
Washington by railroad is to take Wed
nesday's or every other Sunday train at tlio
Haltlpioro it Ohio Depot nt 8:30 a. in., and
makttjin excursion to tho famous Lit ray
Caverns. These excursion trains aro
llmltcux all tickets sold on them aro ac
companied by a coupon scat-ticket, tho
same osfa reserved seat at tho theatres.
Tho carsfnnj-Trt!TOiwatly finished witli
nil convomences, aifcWuroper attention is
tlio nasseni-Ars bv tho
'mil pleasure of
olitc and ccutlc-
inanu- o Meets nnd en
.loves of tho road.
Tliotrin Is throngl
glit nil and his-
LIUILSUI.'H111A.UI11IL1 ft . I1II.IIIII11IL:
Harper's FerryjWicrf'itp thbjylieunndoah
I'xont JMwai an
iiuer locuuuos mane ia
'or,and Lur.w,is readied
Here, at tho aornmodioiis
liouyjj a good dfmicr can bo
mjjlaft-, or a ivforo sumptu-
ic nWBt.nnd jacgant J.uray
ids ilisaMrfthich Is fitted
Icted irtflrst-class style,
in pleasant coaches and the
nciamouSJavcrns is reached,
lecntauidestako clmrno and
nllot visitors throuirh tfffa wonderful sub-
tcrrancan panorama of startling sights and
remarkable formations-ifcossibly a hugo
catacomb of tlio prc-hlstofic world mauo
moro weird and scpulchrafeby tho lights
and shadows of tho clcctri&Hilumination,
creating wonder and astonishment in tlio
minds of all visitors. "3ft
Tho cars leave on thcip&ctnrn at 5
o'clock, reaching Washington,' at 0:15 in
the evening. The journey is glfcasant and
attractive, points and objccts"JOf interest
itantly in view iroin the car
Vu J. I.ockwoodSrlhe gen
tlemanly passenger agent oi tnoiancnan-
douh Valley Railroad, ofllec G07 Pennsyl
vania avenue, elves his nersonalSatten-
tion to these excursion trains, iriiiuring
pleasant, comfortable, speedy andfrsafo
Minor News Notes. -j
Tho rrolnbitionists of Ohio havo
nominated Rev. A. H. Leonard, D. D., of
Springfield for Governor.
J nines Russell Lowell has presented
to Harvard CS8 volumes which hegatlicrcd
during Ids stay in Europe.
Minister I'hclps will celebrate tho
Fourth of July by an afternoon reception
at his residence in Londoiu
Of tho'Maryhuid annual school fund
$1,825 havo been awarded to Prince
George's, and $2,760 to Montgomery
The great speech nindo hy Senator
Voorhees in the Johnpon-llenry murder
trial is to bo issued in pamphlet form in
about ten days.
Jnmcs .McDanicls, tlioToxns highway
man, who escaped from jail, whero lie was
beginning a sentence of ninety-nine years,
was killed by pursuing ofllcers.
The Hoston Journal says it is fully au
thorized to stnto that Governor George D.
Robinson will bo tho standard-bearer of
the Republicans in the next gubernatorial
campaign in Massachusetts.
Clearing sale, Norfolk suits. Elseman Bros,
It is feared that Lieutenant Ilannn
and six of his men in charge of captured
Apaches havo been surrounded by tho
bucks which escaped from tho Torres
Mountain fight nnd massacred.
Clearing sale, S10 suits. EUcmanDro3.,7 & E.
King Alfonso escaped tho vigllanco of
his cabinet yesterday, and slipped away
incognito to tho Araujicz hospitals and
cheered tho cholera patients. Horeccived
o tremendous ovation on his return to
Sek our SO pants to order. Hamburger's.
Tho Gubernatorial convention of tlio
Rcadluster party in Virginia will ho hold
on the fith instant. Attorney-General
lllnir and Mr. John S, West nro tho candi
dates. Mr. Hlalr claims that 323 of the 700
delegates are pledged to him,
Clearing salo, children's suits, El'cnuinllroi.
Huildcr Huddcnsick of Now York has
succeeded in staving oil' the enforcement
of his bcntcnco to ten years' imprisonment
in Sing Sing until Augubt 20, when argu
ment will be heard for a continuance of
tho preliminary stay pending an appeal.
Cleaving sale, summer clothes, EUom.ui Uros,
Trim thciii; polish them: scrapo them;
and flx them nil you please; yet tiioy
novcr will bo truly beautiful unlois the
circulation of tlio blood is hcalthv, and
the blood itself in perfect ordor. Look at
tho flnger-uails of tho debilitated person
who 8uil'er8 from lack of nervous energy,
They look waxy and lifeless. Securo rich
blood and perfect circulation, by using
Hrown's Iron Hitters. Mr. Win. Welsh,
Lexington, Mich,, says, "1 was reduced
almost to a skeleton, I used Hrown's Iron
Hitters and now weigh 170 pounds,"
Clearing eale, JlOsults. EIcmiu Bros., 7 & E,
file to 12
THE STEEL STEED.
Mstor Kntilcs for To-ilny'it Uncus of tlio
I.. A. W.
The list of entries for the bicycle races nt
Hullulo, on tlio occasion ot thou, A, W.
meet in that city to-day, are as follows:
Ono mile, bloyclo League championship
Hcoigo M. Hciidec. Rprlngvlllc: W. 0, Hoss,
Montreal: (leorgo Webber. Sprlngvllle, N, .1.;
.loo Powell, Jr., Sprlngvlllc, N. .1,; A. V.l
One-mllo tricycle race, L.A. W. uliamnlnti
ship 'Nell Campbell, Newton, lass.; K. I.
Biirnham. Newton, Mass.
Ono mile, club championship, best two In
three heats .lames O. Itussell, It. .1, Cant, V.
W. Adams, .lames H. Hedge and A. E. Klsslo.
Flvo-mllo straightaway, professionals- Chas.
II. Frnrcr, Hprlngvlllc, N..I.; Asa llolpli, Cleve
land: John H. Prince, Washington; wllllam.r,
Three-mile straightaway, open to L. A. W.
members only W. O. floss, Montreal; Jnu
Powell, lr.,8prlngvllle: Ocorgo Webber, C. .1.
Connolly, Hoehestcr; C. J, bund, Itoehcster;
V. J. Dukclow, Rochester; Robert P. Heavle,
Medina; N. II. Van Hlcklen, Chicago; Ocorgo
11. Illston, Hartford, Conn,
Two-mllo straightaway, open to nllamileurs
W. (I. Ross, Montreal; Ocorgo Webber,
Sprlngvllle; .too Powell, Jr., II. W. Clark,
Woodstock, Ont.; 0. J. Connolly, Rochester;
C. .1. Lund. Rochester: Trcd Poster, Toronto,
Albert (jchrlck. Rochester: I. .1. Dukelow,
Rochester; It. 1'. Henrle, Medina: N. if, Van
Hicklcn, Chicago; K. 1". lliirnhain, Nowton,
Mass,; ,t. o. Htcphenon, Urccnburs, I'eiin.;
II. r. Dnlcs, Toronto, nnd U, II, Illston,
Hartford; T. I'aill.
The ofllcers of tho races nro: Referee,
Abbott Hnssctt, Hoston, Muss., chairman
of racing committee; judges, Dr. N. Ma
lone Iteckwltli, New York city, president
of the League of American Wheelmen;
II. K. Ducker, Sprlngllcld Mass., nnd J. K,
Danolson, HuH'olo; timers, U. K. Alley, II.
D. Corny, James It. Isliiim, C. II. ilepin
stall; scorer, Jesse Otlcrstatcm; clerk of
course, F. K. Drullard; starter, Georgo
Tho 1'cnnsylvaniu Railroad has refused
lo cany tho Columbia's 8-oared shell to
Philadelphia for tho Schuylkill regatta.
The crow will probably go to Haltimoro
by tho Haltimoru A: Ohio Railroad, and
thcjice to Philadelphia by the Chesapeake
it Delaware Canal.
' For tho Sharpies? Cup raco thcrcaro also
entered, besides thoColumhias, tho follow
ing clubs: Atalantus of Now York, Nar
rngansctt of Providence, and tlio Malta
and Falrmount clubs of Philadelphia.
In the draw for positions at the inter
collegiate regatta at Lake Qitinslgaiiiond
to-morrow Cornell obtained the best posi
tion and'1'cnnsylvania tho worst.
Tlio Argonaut crow of Toronto wcro
beaten in their trial heat for tho Visitors'
cup at Henley regatta by the Trinity
Hall, Cambridge, crow. This makes the
Ilfth timoan American crew has unsuccess
fully tried to win tiio Visitors' Cup at
Henley. Tho Columbia Collcgo crew,
the Shocwaecacmcttes, tho Cornell Uni
versity crew and tho Hillsdales vainly
rowed forit. Americans have been greatly
misled by tho time made. Tho raco is
rowed against a current, which, font con
siderable part of tlio course, is pretty
strong. Foreign oarsmen do not lake
into consideration this fact when they
learn tho time made.
What can be moro disagreeable, more
disgusting, tlmii to sit inn room with a
person who is troubled with catarrh, and
lias to keep coughing and clearing his
or her throat of tho mucus which drops
into it? Such persons aro always to bo
pitied if they try to cure themselves and
fail. Hiitlt they get Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Remedy there need bo no failure.
Drunliciiiicss, or tlio Liquor ltubll, Van
lie Cured by Administering Dr. Halites'
Golden .Spec! lie.
It can bo given In a cup of coffco or tea with
out tho knowledgo of the person taking It, ef
lcctlng a speedy and permanent euro, whether
thupntlcntls a moderato drinker or an alco
holic wreck. Thousands of drunkards linvu
been mado temperate men who havo taken tho
(lOldcn Specific In their coffco without their
knowledge, nnd to-day believo they cpilt drink
ing of their own freo will. No harmful effects
icsult from Its administration. Cures guaran
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For snlo by It. K. Helpliciistlno, Kbbltt
House Drug Store, nnd also corner Fourteenth
street and Vermont avenue.
Nervous Debilitated STcii,
You nro allowed a free lilalof thUty days of
tho uo of Dr. Dyors Celebrated Voltalo Holt
with Eleetilo Suspensory Appliances, for tlio
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Clcarlngsnlc, children's suits. EIscmanBros.
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Clearing sale.boys' suits. Elseman Bros . , 7 & E.
"Aldernoy Dairy Wagons."
Fresh Alderney butter, churned overy morn
ing and delivered In H tt. "Ward" prints, U3o.
per lb. Also cottogo cheeso, buttermilk and
sweet milk, Go. per qt. Cream, lGc. per pint.
Clearlngsnlo.boys' suits. Elseman Bros., 7 &E.
TAYI.OIf.-On Wednesday, July 1, 1885,
Isabella Taj lor, wife of Philip Botler Taylor, hi
her Both ycnr.
Thcrelathesand friends of tho family aro
United to attend tho funeral Sunday evening.
July 5, nt 3 o'clock p, in., at 1020 Fourth
JIOOTS AMD SHOES.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
1880 AND IS 11 V STREET,
And t Avenna Store 013 PENN. AVENUE
One-Price Shoe Store.
gig A. L. HAZELTON, &
fMj 423 SEVENTH BTHEET,
" nndor Odd-Fellowa' Hall,
E, 0. Burt's Flno Buoee tor ladios a specialty.
BOOT AND BUOEMAKKIt,
497K TeulIiNt.u.iv.. nul 037 Pn.nvo.i.e.
HAVINO RECENTLY FITTED TJP A
In connection with my PATENT PROCESS,
m prepared to furnlah
ILiaWTHATIONH AT NEW YORK PRICES.
rhotOKikphlng on Wool for the Trade,
41 ELEVENTH BTBKHT yORTTtWBT.
Has in Steele a full lino ot oarpetlage, all
grados Oilcloths, Cocoa nnd Straw Mattings,
Also latost styles In Wall Paper, Window
HimJps nnd Ourtalu Uoods, Wtro window and
4SD NINTH BTREET NOHTIIWEBT.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Dooley's Kialto Fountain,
3d St. and Pa. Ave. S, E.
BEST- BODA WATER IN THE CITY.
it a vteaiaut, tvri cur.
nun nil r,iLta...""ii .
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Editor Wash- s tfj
' ' j INQTOH P08T.
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.JOSEPH WEST I00KE,
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Author & Journalist.
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Wast Dco o " T:tLQ 33a,l3r Post." jg
For Generating Steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by Furnace.
For Heating by Latrobe.
For Open Grates.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
40 Busholr, CruBUV 73 70 1 40 Bushels, Not Oruh) tl DO
SSBuebele.Orue&ed 2 C025 Uuahols.NotCrusU'"! '1 00
firDelivered to Any Part of Washington or Georgetown.-
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Adjoining the Washington Post and The National Republican.
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A MALT EXTRACT.
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BUROHELL,
1325 F STREET.
PEACE! PEAOE! PEAOE!
WILSON'S CELEMUTED WHISKY,
DOFFtf MALT WHISKY,
ItOYAL 011EAU AND CADINET WHISKY,
Cor. Tlilril and A Street. . c.
BRoifflG & mm,
Wholesale nnd Ttctull Dealers in
Groceries, Fine Wines.&c.
A Vuro American Wino. All tlio bost Pnrolgn
t'orilluN anil Hitters. Wo nro nlo Agonta lor
tlio celebrated CIA'SMIO WATUIl, ami
Calvin Shafer'8 Wild Cherry Rook and Rye
ItAlUlOUIl & HAMILTON,
Vholcsulo riour, AVIno mill OrocorjOIor-
(11-1 to 010 l'ciiim. Avoniio.
W. R. SPBARB,
010 P BTIIEET NOimiWEST.
EvcrythttiR strict); Urst-closa ami on the
rooBt reasonable tortus, (Camp Gbalrs to biro
tor all occasions.) myl-lye
It Is Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire.
It Does Not Burn Out the Grate,
It Is Economical,
It Will Pay to Try It.
FOR BALE I3Y THE
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avenue, second Uoor YCt
of Mlntli street,
Ohicl ring and James & Holrastrom
CLOUG1I AND AVAltIti:N OUOANS,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
iSj&iEiiiersoii.Stccli & Ban's Pianos
B B IS flu Wilcox & Wlilto and Kimball
u m u " organs. Pianos ana Organs sold
on Installments, rontoJ or ozebangoai rent ap
plica It purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing partner ot tbo lata Urm ot Ellis & 00.
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Mackinaw Straw Hats
Tbo celebrated MACKINAW STRAW HATH
DUNLAP & CO. of New York
rearl and Doo color, Dress ana Derby bats
In all sbapos, at
WILLETT & RUOPF'S,
Solo Agents tor Dunlap's Now York Hats,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
VO". OKC. VBBBHOPF
Deilei In Wll rpen. Window Bhalen, rictart
Fr.niM, rictnres, etc
10 BKVZHTU BTHKKT EOUTTTWrcBT,
BALTIMORE &JDHI0 RAILROAD.
sciii:nri,p, n r.pri'.cT sitnday. may :i,
IHbn, t'NTIL l'l'ltTIIi:il NDTiriJ.
I.cao WaliliiKlun fiom Klnt ton. i-onior Now
lency iivcnno uuu c utriier.
Port lilcnRo, ()ii m. nmt 10)10 i. in ilull.
Tlio It) 11, m. Ii a Past Limited UxpruM 10
riiisnure nun ( iiicuixo, iiriiving in rimiiucK
nt ::'. p. m., clilcnco noxt Jnornlnif ut S:.".1.
iSiioxtni furelsuliiirsed on tills train for fast
Por t.'liic'liinnti, biuWlcaiicl St. Iiulid.illy
at llrflo p. in. and 1,0:10 p. m with tlim'uli
tonclici nnd Piilaco Slceiilns uiir to nlnno
points without rliniiRc. !l::;o p. in. tr.iln It a
inst limited trnln to ( ltiCliumil and st jml,
milv inn In t'lticliumtl next imirnlni! iit7:l.",
Ht. I.ouli ll:!10 p. 111. No uxtru furo li iiliirs'iMt
1111 Dili trnln lor fnM time,
l'or rittstitirjrnt 10 u. in., Willi Parlor f at',
nnd 11:10 p. in. du'ly to Plllttiiiri:, I'luwlatiil
nnd Dotiolt, Willi sleeping cars to PKNIiiiii;.
Por Hnltlinori'oii week lay II, lt:IO( D:li),
7:!10, Hiiionml 10.05 n. tn., I'Jilo, l:'j"p, :J:I5
( ir.-mliiuti! trnln), 11:150, l::;), 1:10, .1:10, ililo,
7, B:2." nnd 1 1 p. 111.
Porllaltlmoiuoii Miiiiilnyi-(l:10, 7 ..ID, H:H
nnd 10.0.1 a. in., I,1, !::)(), SltiSO, 1:10, ,l:i,
0:10,7, B:an nnd 11 p. m.
Por points on tlio Rlictiiituloali ValloVlliilI
road mid polutx South. 1 1 :'.'" n. tn. and ll.'Ul p.
in. dnllv. U:'J.1 ii, in. trnln li.it 1'iiIIiihii
Sleeper fiom Wimliliiitton tu Now OrliMtn.
Por Anniipoll, 0:10 a. in. and l'J:IO anil
I::i0p. in.; on .Sunday, 8:.'t() 11. in, and 1:10
Por way ntntloiiH hetwceii Winlilncton nnil
llnltlinoie, n. 0:10, 8::t0 a. in.. 1U:10, :t;:lO,
l:-l(i, 7 anil 11 p. in. On Sunday, h::io a, in.,
1:i0, :::!(, .1:10, 7 uml 11 p. m. PorttatloiH
(iiiMctroiiolltnu llrmirli, 7:'J,1 u. in, and 11:15
li. m. dully, except Huiulny, nnd ,1:00 p. m.
111.I1J , .',. l. 111, 1li.ll, UA,'i;ll. OIIIHIIl), mil
uiR'ipiii suiiiniiN on .Muiropoiiinii iinuieii;
4:10 11. in. iliillviin Similar Mom nt nil sin-
tlmi; for I.oxington, Htuuntoii and Vnlloy
Iinuieii, H: lo 11. m. dally, except Miudayt for
PiederlckiIOu. in., 1:10 p. in. dally, oxcept
Por local itntloim between Waolilnston and
finltlicrsliui(,', l'J:00 p. in, dully, except Sun
PorHiiBiTstown and Wlnclicster, 8:10 a.m.
dally, oxcept Sunday, and .":.')( 1 p. in. ilnllr to
llngeritown; dally, except Sunday, to Win
chester. Trains nrrluifiom tlio Wuit ilully, 0, 7:'i0 a.
m 1:15, 0:00 p. in.
l"rom Annapolis, H:0o a. in. and 1:50 ami
5:'J.1 p. in.; Sunday, 10:05 a. in. und 0S)5 p. in.
Prom Lexington, 5:00 p. in. dally, except,
Prom Pri'deilek nnd Intermediate point,
8:U5 a. in. mid 8:15 p. in. dally, oxcept Hun
day. Train'" lcavo llaltlmoio for Washington at
5:10, 0::io,7:'JO, 0, ti.o.1 and 10:i!0 a.m., PJ:1.1,
2::w, it, !, di'JO, 5. 0::io, 8, 1) and 1 J p. in On
hunilnyH. 0::io. 7:'io, o nnd 0.05 11. in., l::io,
J:ilo, .f:UO, 5, 0:00, 8, 0 nnd 11 p, in.
All trains fiom Wnslilugton stop at Itelay
Station, except 1:'J5, 0:15 and 0:10 p. in.
Porlurther Information apply nt 1)10 Haiti
111010 & Ohio ticket olllco Washington Sta
tion, (111) and 10.11 1'i'iiiia, avo., corner of 1 Itli
st., whero ordeis will bo taken for liagisigo to
ho checked nnd received at any point In tho
city. (.'. K. L()III).I.P. .
II. DUNHAM, f.'en. Man., llaltlmoio,
10 TIIKNOltTII, WIST AND B0b'UIHl.ST.
DOODLE TUAOK. Bl'LP.SDID KCENEnY
BTL'EL ltAILH. M A0N1P10ENT EQUIl'MBN V.
Trains lcavo Washington fiom station, nomer
of Sixth and It streets, as follow:
Porrittsburgnnd tho West, Chicago Limited
Pxprc5s of Palaco Sleeping Cars nt 0:50 a. ra.
dally; Pnst Lino. 0:50 a. m. dally to Cincin
nati nnd St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars lrom
Huirishurgto Cincinnati and Hotel Car to
St. Louis; ilully, except Saturday, to Chicago,
with sleeping Car Altoonato Chicago. Chi
cago and Cincinnati lixprcM at 7:10 p. m.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chi
cago and Harrlshurg lo J.oulsvlllo; oonncut
Ing nt Harrlshurg with Western Exprin-s with
thiougli sleepers for Clovelnnd and St. Louis.
Pnclliu Exiiress, 10 p. m. dally for Pittsburg
and tho West, with through sleeper llurrU
burg to Chicago.
DAL11M0P.E .t TOTOMAO 1UILU0AD.
Tor I.'rlc, Canandalgua, Itoehcster. Buffalo, Ni
agara, 10 p. m. dally, oxcept Sntiu-clay, With
Palneo Cars Washington to Hoclicti'r.
Por Wllllamport, Lock Haven anil Klmlra, nt
0:50 a. in. dally, exci'pt Similar.
Por New York and tho i:nt, 7:15, 8:f.O and
11 n. m '-, l, 10 p.m. nnd l'-!:15 night. On
Siiiiilny, 8:00 u. m '2, !, 10 p.m. and 112:15
night. Limited Expres of Pullman Parlor
Cars 0:10 n. m, dally, except Sunday.
Por Hoston without change, ii p. in. every day.
Por Drooklyn, N. Y..nll througli trains conneet
nt Jersey City with honts of Drooklyn Annex,
affording direct transfer to Hilton street,
avoiding double ferriage across Now York
Tor Philadelphia, 7:15,8:30 and 11 a.m., 2,
I, 0, 10 p. in. and l'J:15 night. On Sunday,
8:00 n. 111.. U, !, 0, 10 p. m. and l'J:15 night.
Limited Express, 0:10 a. m. dally, except
For Daltlmore, 0:05, 7:15, 8:00, 0:10, 0:30, 11
a. m., l'J.0.-., !,.!,. 1:25,4:1 0,0, 7:10, JO p. m.
and 12:15 night. On Sunday, 8:00, 0:50, 11
a. m., 2, 4, 0, 7:10, 10 p. m. and 12:15 night.
For Pope's Clock Lino, 7:15 a. in., and 4:10 p.
in. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 0:05 n. in., 12.05 nnd 4:25 p.m.
dally, oxcept Sunday. On Sunday 4 p. m.
ALEXANDRIA & FltEDEltlOKSUUnrj IUlL
WAY AND ALEXANDItIA & WASH
For Alexandria, 0, 7. 0:25, 11:01 nnd 11;05
a.m., 2:05, 4:20, 4:15, 0:25, 8:05 and 11:07
p. in. On Sunday at 0, 0:25, 11:01 a. m.,
Por Hlihmond and tho South, Onnd 11:01 a.
in. dally and 4: 15 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday.
Trains leave Alexundi la for Washington 0.05,
8, 10, 10:10n. m., 1, 0:05, 0:2.1, 5:10, 7:05
nnd 11:05 p. in. and 12:10 midnight, oxcept
Mondny, on Sunday nt 8 and 10:10 a.m.,
7:05 and 11 :05 p. in. and 12:10 night.
Tickets and lnfounatlon at tho ofllco.uortheast
corner ot Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania
avenue, nnu at 1110 station, wnero oruers can
bo left for tho checking of baggage to destina
tion fiom hotels and residences.
CHAS.P.l'UOH, J. H. WOOD,
(cncral Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVK 11. & P. PLT0T, SIXTH AXDUST3.)
Ilil5 A. M. Por all way stations, Lexington,
Ky Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, St.
Louis. Dally oxcept Sunday. Through
Pallor Car to Wlilto sulphur springs.
1 1 A. M, Por Newport Nows, Old Point Com
fort and Norfolk. Dally oxcept Sunday.
fit 15 P. M. Por Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
Louis nnd Chicago, connecting for all
points Weat, Northwest and southwest:
last express dally; docs not stop for local
busbies; through Pullman service to
Louisville and Cincinnati,
Por tickets nnd Information apply at O, & O.
Itallwny ofllco, 510 Pennsylvania avenue,
under National Hotel; Va, MldlniuUtallw.iy
ofllco, 001 Pennsylvania avenue, nnd 1), .tl'.
H. W. FULLER,
General Passenger Agcut.
C. W. SMITH,
FIIANK T11100, N. E. Passenger Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after JUNK 14, 188.1, trains will lcavo
from mid arrive at Otli and 11 sts.
Dopot as follows:
Lcavo Washington 0 a. m. and 4:35 p. m.,
dnily; auivo at Hulmont Park 10:51 a. m. and
0:20 p. in.; Leesbuig 11:01 a. m. and 0:00 p.
m.: arrive ut Hound Hill at 11:10 a, m. and
7:18 p. in.
Itctmnlng, lcavo Hound Hill 0.03 a. m. and
3,00 p. in.; pass Leosburg 0:42 u, m. and 0:10
p. m.; llclmunt Park 0:5 1 n. in. and 0:58 p. in.,
and arrive at Washington ut 8:05 a, m. and
Special excursion rates and Sunday trains to
llolmout Park. Monthly and commutation
rates to all points.
S. M. DltOPHY, Supt., Alexandria.
E. J. LOCKWOOD, Pass. Agt,, 507 Pa. avo.
T OW I" A KKH
JU VOHTHKsa MONROR AND NOP.FOLK.
PIllST.OLAtsSVAltK.Ui KOUND Tltll',11.39.
Steamer JaNK MOSKLKY Monday, Wednes
day and yatvirnay ut 6:30 d. m.
1'a.sAago and rooms secured at General OQlce.
Blitli-Btiiet wlinrf. Telephone rail, 91,
POTOMAC K1VKK LAHDINOS.-Steamer
THOMPSON Monday, Wednesday ana Friday at
7 a.m. Bol
WOOD AND COAL.
WHAP.VE8 AND HA1L110AD YAItD
12th and Wntor Bts, B. W.
DItANOU YAKD8 AND OFPI0E9.
(Connected by TolopUono.)
1202 P street noitUwost.
1M5 Seventh etrcot northwest.
1740 Pennsylvania avo. northwest.
1112 Ninth strebt northwest.
Corner !U ana K stroots northwest.
mvOtf 221 ronnsrlvonla nvo. southwest.
HEUbUvriicin Aviotiiaof youth(nlninradnco
.... II -i ll..a V,.a. Ai.u ltnlltlltU T nut1.
tiuting Proin&ture Dey, NerouuUebUlty, Lout
Manhood, Ao.,haTlnB trloil In vain ovjry Vnowu
which lie will ftsnil VUEl! tohttellnture.
Addicw. J.U.11EUVES, O CliathMUSt. Jlow Ycix.
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