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TTIE WASHINGTON ORMO, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 27, 1885.
I suffered for moro than llvo years with ln
digestion, scarcely nblo to retain tlio simplest
food on my stomach. Tlio burning sensation
wis almost Intolerable, and my wliolo system
va9 deranged. I win wakeful anil could not
sleep, and con'euuontly mom or less nervous
nil tlio tlmo. I declined In tlcsli and sulTcrcd
nil tlio usual dcprcsoloti attendant upon this
tcrrlhlo disease. In a word, I wan miserable.
At last, fnlllng to find relief In anything elso, 1
commenced tlio use of Bwltt's Kpeelllo. 1 be
gan tolmpiovnutoiiio. Tho inediclno toned
upltlio stomaeli, strengthened tlio digestive or
gans ntiilRoounlllli.it burning censed and t
could retain food without dinieiiltv. Now my
health Is cowl, and can cat anything In I ho
shapoof food and digest It without tlio sllght
cstdiniciilty. 1 most ehcci fully henr this tes
timony, because thero mo huudieds nilTcrhig
ns I was, nnd I am Hiiro they can bo as tc.idlly
liealcd. Take tlio prescribed doso after eating
Instead of befoio.
No, 1 1 Ivy sticet,
Atlanta, da., May la, 1885.
Kor salo by nllilrupglstH.
Treatlsoonlllood and Skin Diseases mailed
Tiir.Sn'irrKi-iciriiK'o., Drawer il, Atlanta,
ItUI'TUllli l'OSlTlVKI.Y cum:u
DYTlllIJMl'H THUSS CO. of Now York and
Philadelphia. Thoouly llrm In tlio woildwho
lnro Omiiautce tho cmo of ltiii(mo. Dr. C. W.
IJurnham, thugieut Truss HxpciU general su
perlntendcnt, Is miwat tlio SI'. MAItU HOTUL,
corner Vennsylvanla nvo. and Seventh st.,
Washington, 1). ('. Ho gives examination and
ndvlco.r, and Ireo dial of Tiusscs. Call or
send stamp for chcular and bo cuied. Jo5-lin
Who hdH given his llfo to hopeless sufferers,
can bo consulted lit No. 7123 112th st., Well
ington, 1). C. Specialty: All Chionlc Diseases.
Consultation fee, SI A fow testimonials:
"Dr. Ilgbniiiil has but fow If any BUpcilors In
.1... fill t Jk 1 ltA ,, T, I t,fl a... I.'.....
,JIU llli;,,,,,.., 1,113a illVVn'lfl IjU'JtV.
"uv. lietiijaru is n inetiical wilier ol lilgluo
puto." A'em York Hi mtit
"A phvslcl.m of thorough Fclcnco, extended
knowleiliio and largo practical cxpcilcnco."
ll'm. Edtall, I'icsUUnt Y. M. V. A., Jliovklyn,
.V. Y. .
"Dr. llobbard Iscoiillnually ilU-covctlugiiow
methods o(salng liuniau llto." I'MUulilphlii
"Tho doctor Is ono of tho most skillful mir
Ccousiiud competent medical udvUers In this
country." Xew ltaun (VI.) i'tttlwtlitm.
"Dr. llcbbard Is woiklng with tho most In
tenso earnestness to heal tho sick, open blind
oves, unstop deaf cars and tino tho d)liig."-
l'l oildence i'resa.
"Iloston Is pioud to bo tho homo of this cele
brated physician, so long a woikcr for human
needs. "Iloston lhnihi.
"Dr. Hebbaid has inado new contributions
recently to medical science which promlso to
bo of groat .Interest." Iloston Tiaerihr.
"Dr. llebbaidls utteily an original man
thopioduct.of hlsown cncigy and, whllo ho
works for ljo piescut wclfaio of tho people,
hols almost Hiiierhuinau In hlscflorts touiako
all suro of n happy futuio."- -The tfoith Amer
ican lieilew. lolHtf
C loll n ho H the
If Olid. A 1 1 II y H
Illlllllil III II t loll.
Ilonls Sores'. ICo
Hlorcs the Suiihcs
oT Taste, lle.iiliif;
anil S in o 1 1. A
quick Hollef. A
J.'oslllvo Ciuu. tVUi-kfl T-&U i..i
n asm.a . !- v i.i
CICIOA.'M ItAI.M ban cabled an enviable
reputation, iiispiacnu; an inner preiiaraiious.
A iKirtli'lu s iiiinlled Into each nostril: no naln
iiRrcoublu lo llsu. l'lleo TiOn. by mall or at
ilriiBBibls. bendforcircular. HUY JIUOTIUIUS,
UriiKKlslH, Owego, N. Y.
A NEW DI3COVERV.
iDinioUlntorollotturUolil In th end, Buro
Noso, Uatnrrh Kit, 10c. ulxix, V nulobyall
br Bcraictilngj leeroi ti
if pln-woriui sullied"
Hemhiv l'lim. Ai iclimof juiil hfnl liniiriiilcMii o
rausliiK Promaturo Ducay, NorumaDrlinltr, lt
Mnntinoil, Ao,,linin trintt in nfii cflry Known
rcinpav.hasilistioidrpil nKiiiitilnliinnriHcif Kfllf-diirp.
nlllrll llo wlllni'iiil I'ltl.i: lnliU follor-wilIororK,
Wyckoir, Souimuis & Bunoillct,
Wiiclilnsloii Olllco, Cor. Hill mill l''Hls.
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH AND l'UNN. AYliNUB,
(WO pen all nldlit.
Has In nt'icK n mil lluu of UaipetluRU, nil
uradoa Oilcloths, Uncon and Hlraw Muttlncs,
Also latest stylca In Wall Vapor, Window
Htmdos and Ouitalu tloods. Wlro Wluduw and
Vin NINl'II Hl'lllllir WHUTIIW1HI'.
HAVINO KKOKN'lI.Y JTri'KD Ul A
In connection with my PATENT 1M100K8H,
m tircptrpil to lurnlah
IbliOBTUATIONB AT NEW YOItK l'lUOKfi
Winlnifrkpliiucon Wnoil fur thnTrutlu
tlS KLKViCNTU IJTUKJCI "XOKTllWrtT
. . .
Manhood Res orea
GATHERED AS WE GO.
ki:minihurnoi:s or mtANT ani
Ot'lIl.U TOl'ICS OF INTi:itKNT.
Tlio Mtory r llrnclo Toiltt Wlmt
About tlio AiiKKitii 1'oHtollico ? Mr.
Corcoran (it While Htllpliur Tlio
WnMiInKton flljHlcry at Long
llrnncli-t'aiititlii Ornnl'M I'xporl.
ciivn In California Thirty r-ais
"It wna n nitro acclilont that put mc
Into the m my," said Grant to mi old
uomriulc; '! hadn't much light In tuc,
and didn't ivuntlo;ntovar. Iihoiylit
of IjoIiir a fniiiiLT anil 1 thought ot h
Imr to 8ru; billot nil llmpinslblufntuit's
I drcanmd of when u boy, buiim a sol
dier wasn't iiiiiiniK llicin. I know that
thoao who ri'inonibor my boyhood lull
about my IIiIiih a pMol wlthnut lllnuh
liiK when I was two years old and ury
hur for mote ot II, but I do not think
such teniloneh's wero strong. I never
thought of 'beliiK iiRoltllor. doing to
WcFt Point was just llto necldunt I
havo told you. If I wiw suicritltloiiB I
should think llieruwa? some fatnllty In
my going to West Point, for, when the
war was over, I llgturd up, and ai near as
Leonid 11ml out tlio little country village
of Georgetown, Ohio, from which I
went a pia'c of a coilplo of hundred
people sunt to tlio war ouu full geuenil
(myiell), tin ro nuijor-genrrals, two
brig.idlcrgeneial?, tluee coloneN, tlneo
or tour lino olllcci'?, and ouo privato
i-ohller. '1'he piivalo deseileil, 1 Ihluk.
I liad no very easy time of It at West
Polnl. ImiehvBot moro than 100 1
wis behind llicin nil In almost every
thing. I never (succeeded in getting
very near ell her lliu liend or the foot ot
the class. I was within tlneo of the
foot in liitiuuncrF, I believe, and wilbln
live ot (ho head In mathematics. I was
at Hie head In hoiHimaiiEhlp, but that
didn't count. I graduated iu No. 21,
and was glad to get it.
A ft"iy was lecciuly put in eiicuU'
lion to I be cllW't t'at a woman Known
us t!r,tcio 'I'ot'd and tuppo.-id lobe a
ihughter of tlio 1'ito Governor Todtl of
Ohio, wiw iu Hie Uoiinty llofpilai ol
San Kiaueheo a physical wreck and
eonllrincd opliun eater. Shortly after
wards ii dispateli was iccelved iu S.in
Kiutiei-oo from u nephew of Governor
Todd denouncing the woman in an Im
postor a d staling that, the truo Giaolc
Tudd U bnniiilv m in led ami settled in
Younvstown, 0. Armed with this dii-
inteh a Ifciald coricumudont called
on the patient and leecived from her
tho following iidilltioual stateiuu' ts:
Shu reliaetitl her iliiui of daughler
sldp to the Governor; Tiitl ho livid on
St. Cl.i'r street. Cleveland, ',hit be
died shottly alloc the. clo-o of lliu
war, ii'itl Ih'il her lui'biiid whom t-
man led twelve years ago win WilMain
St.luliu, Mipciinleudcnt of the Mahon
ing bun ell of lliu Gieat Western Hall
way, that they livid on Kuelld avenue,
nan unco eiiuiiteu anil in.itbt. iioiiu
was k'lled in a lailroad accident. IIu
iug now mentally clear, fin: eontia
dieted the ftory of losing Ii t money
iy loaning wb'eh she had previously
given and Mid it ha 1 gone In stocks.
In Los Augel'-s slie met S. S. Lawson,
wlio leiueinbcred her wlieu a ehibl,
and who bccuicd her a position as a
teacher i.IaIio Potrcro Uission Indians.
Her rein ions with tho man J diusou.
with whom she wa'i found iu the
wietched baseinml. in S'lu Frae'sco,
wero of !i nature on which she preferred
to remain silent, 1islly, she claimed
that she hid tlneo slaters living one,
Ivato Todd of Washington, IX t!., and
(he other two in lllinoi5, Mrs. St.
John entertained hopes of being ios
cuoil by her Eas'ern friends, but the
hospital internes claim tint her case is
Of all lliu tummeiei'3 heio, willes u
While Sulphur Springs correspondent
of tlio World, pel haps no one isuioio
iuleiesting than Mr. Coieoran, the
Washington philanthropist, lie bears
the buidou of his eighty odd jours ic
markably well. Sir. Corcoran delights
In surrounding hltnso'l' with young peo
ple. He occupies the same cottage
every season and Mils it with ids fitoniR
At prisma he has wllli him liij niece,
Iis M. 11. Jones, who is tho surrerablo
dispenser of his hospitiillty iu Washing
ton; hfi j;rand-iilece, Miss Nicholson,
oaugnier ol i;oinuimioio JNicnoison ol
Tleoreo'own: Mi.!s Suvder. a chariiiiin:
biuueile, not unlike Patti ai sho was
twenty years ago. When tho Cotton
Convention wis hero last week tho
mcmbeis waited up.ui Mr. Corcoran in
tho drawing-room of tlio hotel, and the
occasion was ouo of mutual pleasure,
Speaking of his "Home for Old Ladles"
tho oilier evening, liobaid:"Noono was
admitted until they wero lltly." "1
wonder llien that you have any inmates
at all," said ouo lady. Hosaid theio
wero Instances of those who had icach
ed such j ears of discretion as seveuly
llve trying to pass for thirty seven.
Whether Mr. Morion of lliu Augusta
(Me.) A'jc will got tlio Augusta post
olllco or not letnains unsettled. The
latest theory concerning tho quoiUon
appeals hi a special fioni Augiiitii to
tlio llitton Journal, which wo icpro
(luce for what it is worth : "Ouo of Mr.
Morion's filouds lieio lias recently been
so IndUcieet as to say that, his maiiagors
In Washington Inform him that nil the
indlcalious aie that he will not bo noui-
'iuatcd for Postmaster. There Is good
icasou to believe hero that Ids friends
ate uigiug him to withdiaw and have
somu man appointed who will make
him ill puty and give him tlio salary of
the olllco and thus becomu by indirec
tion what ho cannot become diicclly,
that is postmaster In point of fact. It
Is fuither boliovu! from what has been
Intimated that Mr. 0car llolway, a
pioml.iont and wealthy business man
of diameter, Is tho man most likely to
be agreed upon. Mr. llolway 's whole
sale bui-lncas Is located iu In Auburn,
Ilfty miles distant by tall, There he
spends llvo days of thu week. Conse
quently, if ho wero appointed ho could
not alleud to the duties of lliu olllco,
and Moiton, as his deputy, would be
tho aelliig postmaster. If this plan
should lie carried out, tho man whom
tho rretideiit refused an appointment
would have boeouio postmaster, since
tlio approval of tiio Poetmasler.Ueueial
Is all that is necessary to securu tlio ap
polnttneut of u deputy. It Hieso inti
mations aro true, as llioy seem to be, It
seems llko a plot to overreach the Piesl
dent." Thu name of General Grant appears
aa follows In thu San Francisco
directory for 1851: "Captain U. S.
Grant, blll'ird loom, cm nor ot Kcarnoy
and Merchant Bticets." An old pio
noer who knew all the army olllcers In
those early days of California history
was huuled up bva Now Yotk Herald
correspondent. Said lie: "When
uiant icsigncd lih enminUslon In July,
1851, ho waanrettv haul pressed Jlnnii-
cially. He managed to secure an In
terest iu a well pattunlzcd billiard hall
hi (he old Union Hotel, In the building
now occupied by tho lire and police de
IHUliuriitp, but tho ImikIih'-s was inoM
uncongenial and after a few months'
experience ho sold out to hU partner.
llo tomaiuctl iu town soum uioutlia
after that ti vint: tu llutl a suitable Held
of labor, but Dually gave It up nnd went
naeu tu ins family lu bt. Louis. (Irani,
was regat ded by neatly all who know
hhu beie at that time as a man
who lacked lliu push and enemy neces
sary to success lu those mining times.
A namcEaku oi luc, a real estate agent,
who had nn olllco on Meicbaut street,
was one of his most Intimate friends.
Thu two Giants were often seen to
gether on the street and chcwhcrc, and
Wiicn (lie Ciptain liccainu sliott of
funds hh namesake often i;avu hhu as
Anew story is told of General Grant's
remembrance of his fi lends and one
inles by a wilier iu the New Yoik
Tribune. Shortly after ho bveamo
Piesldent nn old army olllcer applied
for an Impoituut arsenal appointment
at Washington. Giant relumed Hilly to
make tho appointment. Mrs. Grant,
Gencial Itigalls and Cabinet members
tiled to change Ids mind, but wilhout
avail. They could not uudeislaud tho
icasou for his Dimucssaml wcmobllucd
to give up tho task, Mrs. Giant per
sisted In lludiug out his icasou. It
camo out that when thu General was
stationed at Km t Vancouver tho appli
cant had In en lib commandant. Tlieie
was a gieat sraielty of potatoes ouo
season. Giant conceived tlio idea of
planting a big patch of them. Ho
Inn rowed the money to buy toed at San
Francisco from the commandant at,
two per cent, a month, and got an old
sergeant to clear a plot of ground. He
had a good crop, but everybody else
had also planted largely ami he lost
money. When ho lesigued lie still
owed thu piluclpil of Ills debt, which
was oucruu.'Jy hold over him, and ho
borrowed lliu money from a sergeant to
pay it. It was not till after thu fall of
Fort l)onclon that ho was able to io
pay tho latter. Tho sergeant had
meantime had Ids feet frozen oil' and
been subjected to somu indignities at
the haiuh of the 'commandant, which
so greatly emhittcicd Giant against tho
latter Unit hi) application lor place re
sulted as stated above. As goon as ho
had tlio poller, Hie General made lliu
old surueaul I lie commanding olll'or at
Foit Vancouver, and whin it was
abandoned he appointed him pii3tuiatcr
at IJ.iker City. When tho sergeant died
bis wife and hU daughter wero suc
cessively appiiutid to the samu olllco.
The ether day at, Long Branch a 1 uly
made Inr nppcatauco on the beach
dragging a lingo dog and followed by a
maid and a colored man eariylug low
els. The lady woie a led handkcichiff
witli a eienvnl piccu of brass iu front
on her head. She was wrapped fiom
head lo foot lu a lllit Oriental cloak,
crossed with gilt bars. She walked to
tlio edgu of Iho turf ami thou sho threw
aside her wrap and handed it to her
maid. Sliotli'-n stood revelled lu tlio
striking costume of aTuikihobalispio.
Her jteket was a il.uk blue braided
witli white. The sleeves, skirt and
eiionuous pantaloons gathered in at
the ankles weru a strong yellow color.
Upon her feet sho wore bhaip-poluted
kid shoes with French heels. The dog
was a St. Ilerntutl breed. He was mod
est and did not care to go Into the
water witli the strangely attired bather.
Ho pulled back ami howled at every
attempt of tlio Turkish beauty to get
him into tlio water. It was discovered
after a time thai this mysterious bather
whom no one seemed to know was
tho same lady who made such a sensa
tion by her spectacular riding upon the
Whltu llouo lot when Arthur was
President. Sho used to tide apparently
for his benellt, and ho studied her
move mints through a veiy powerful
glass. Sho bus been the subject of a
great many newspaper paragraphs. Siio
is supposed to bo very rich. Sho has
long been noted iu this city for her
skill iu diiving a veiy dashing team.
Evcryono is wondering who sho U, as
few have seen her in Washington. She
appears tohave plenty of money, and in
spite of her eccentricities does not up
poir to seek acquaintances.
Among the English notices ot Gen
eral Grant's death theio is an interest
ing article lu the ciiriont iSporlsmaii
anent tho dead soldier's fondness for
atlileties. Tlio Sportsman says that no
tiuer heart or better spoitsm in iu tlio
best soiibu of tlio term ever lived. Ilu
alwajti encouraged athletic cxoicltcs
among his ti oop, even in Iho face of
tho enemy, and sometimes oven per
sonally assisted iu them. The writer
also recalls an incident ot General
Grant's visit, while iu England, lo
Stratford-ou-Avon. Mrs. Grant was
standing with the General besides tho
gravu of Slmkspeare, when thu vicar of
tlio paii h obseived In a particularly of
fensivo manner that smno Americans,
ho had understood, had lecently pro
posed to open Iho tomb and exhume
tlio remains, Mw, Grant quietly iu
maiked: "It was no Amuiluau who
proposed that, "and thu General nodded
ids head and turned away. Afterward
they visited tlio Stratford School, and
the General made a short hut earnest
speech, unjoining upon tlio boys tho
necessity of beginning eaily to learn
The property which Seeietary Whit
ney has just bought of Mr. L'jwls I).
Means for his Washington subuiban
residence is situated at tho junction of
thu Loughborough ami Tuiilaw roads,
Immediately north ot the lato Thomas
L. Hume's famous stock faim,1'uulnw.
It contains about 100 acres, nearly all
of which are iu a lluu statu ot cultiva
tion, and commands ono ot tho lluest
vluws obtainable within many miles
mound the District. It Is on a high hill,
with extensive vluws In every direction,
Sugar Loaf Mountain, in Frederick
County, Md., thirty miles distant, being
plainly visible to lliu north. The house
Is an old-fashluued and substantial
looking mansion, with walls of brick of
unusual thickness, eool lu summer and
warm In winter, and" thero aro broad
and roomy poiclics every whore. Tlio
centre ot tlio liotio Is two stoiles in
height, with a wide hallway running
entirely through the ground lloor. On
eacli side aro wings ouu story high. Tho
rooms, seventeen lu number, aro large,
light and well vontllatcd.
mcur.NN IN AHI.
Aliovo tho pines tho moon was slowly drift
Tlio river snuir beloiv;
Tho dim Blorra, far boyond, upllftlnK
Tlielr inliinrels of snow.
Tho roarlnif cntnp-flre, with rudo humor,
Tlioruddv tints of health
On linfnrnnl face and form, droop'd and
In Ihollurco raco for wealth.
Till ono nroso, and from his paek's scant
A lioardod voliuno drow:
And card wero dropp'd from hands of list
To henr Iho lalo nuoiv.
And then, whllo looud llicin shadowSKnth
llo read nloud Ihn hook whntcln Iho Master
Had writ or "Utile Nell."
Perhaps 'twas boyish fancy for tlio leader
Was yoiiiiKPBt of them nil
Hat, ns ho read, from eluslcrlnir plno and
A sllencoBccin'd lo fall,
Tho II r trees KalherlnR closer In tho shadows,
t.lslcn'il In every spray,
Whllo tlio whole enmp with "Nell" on lliuf
Wandor'd and lost llielr way.
And so In mountain solltudrs-o orlnkes
As by sonio spoil Idlvlno
Their caiea dropp'il from Ihem llko Iho
I'ioiii out tho trusty pine.
Lost Is Hint enmp, nnd wasted nil lis lite;
And ho wlio wroiiKlil thnthpoll 'I
Ah! towcrltiR pliiomid stately Kentish Dplre,
V'o havo ono lalo lo loll.
host In that ramp! but hit Us frnirrnul story
lllctid with tho breath that thrills
With hnp-vlnei'lnceiisonll Ihoponsivu ulory
That (Ills tho Kentish hills.
And on Hint Kravu, where llngllsli oak nnd
And laurel leaves entwine.
Deem it not nil n too presumptuous folly
This spray or Weateni pine.
AToiiiI'n Illncli Dlnnioiiil Iloit.
A "Ibid" of a very novel and remarkable
ehaiactcr look ilneo in tho West ltetfoul
mine, at liusley I'urK, on ciluesday last.
A coal gellcr named Joseph IIoolli, of D.ir
uall, was engaged in tlio llainsley scaiu at
a distance of .'120 vnrds fiomthosiirfnceuu-
deimmmg the coal for the purpose of lu ing
ing it down. Wliilo woikiug with ids
liand underneath tho coal to remove t lie
dust lie had loosened Mith his pick he felt
something so unusual that lie proceed eil
with more eaic. Inafewiiiiuulesalump of
coal enmu away and lying imbedded iu it
was a live load. Tlio sides of its little lied
wcio perfectly smooth, and almost lo a
hair's breadth its own shape, even to tho
very finest Point of its claws, liootli took
il homo anil did all ho could to preserve it.
but, unnlilo to survive tho cliaugo, it died
aboiUUO hours after it was brought out of
tlio pit. Tho toad, which is black and
about tlneo and a half inches iu length, is
now iu tlio possession ol Air. ll.Uliamiicrs,
tlio manager of tho Tiuslcy colliery, who,
as soon as lie became aware of the find,
endeavoicd also lo sccmc tho piece of coal,
iu which it was found, but that had been
biokcn up and was gone. 1 1 would be in
teresting lo know how many thousands of
ycais tho little cicnlitrc had lain so deep
down in its black diamond bed in asta(oof
suspended animation, as it must havo got
there, il is supposed, when the coal was in
a very soft stale and when much nearer (he
surface (ban it is now. Sheffield Star.
Minoh News Notes.
Caidinal Nina is dcid hi Koine.
The Republican cilice at- Mitchell,
Dale, has been burned.
Tho report that there ato ho?tlle
Indians lu Texas is untrue.
Oiiiian Digni and his camp have
gone into mourning for El Mihiii.
Tho Dual uriaugcmcuts have been
made for the Issue of tlio Egyptian loan.
There wero ;i,.')50 new eases and
1,15 5 deaths from cho.'oru In Spain on
Tlio rain iu New Jersey has saved
tlio people from further danger of tlio
John Moppin, who murdered his
son-in-law Daniel, was hanged by a
mob at Mound City yesterday.
Tho heat reKclicd 01 lu New York
yesterday, with twenty-one cases of
prostration, including four deaths.
Prices have fallen to bod rock In
thu foreign money markets, and It is
now thought I lieio will bo a reaction.
ltiissia ngioes to withdiaw from
Zulllear Pass, provided tlio Afghan
troops lio not allowed to tako tho placo
of her forces.
Tho Irish paity Is furious over tlio
remarks of John Kiight at tho Spencer
banquet, and they will bo biought to
tlio attention ot the House of Com
mons. At tho Socialist's picnic in Chicago
yesterday, theie was can led the only
banner slutting at General Grant that
will probably bo seen iu the United
Miss Fish and Miss Harris of the In
stitution for Deaf Mutes, iu Frederick,
Md,, inado addresses at Chatauqua, on
Saturday, at a confeioneo on "visible
speech and instruction of deaf mutes."
In tho chinches of all tho largo
cities throughout tlio country yesterday
the services had special refeienco to the
death of General Grant, or tlio dead
soldier was ditectly or indirectly tho
theme ol pulpit oratory.
NenoiiH Dobllltnleil Men,
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BALTIMORE &JHIO RAILROAD.
fjciiKimr.i; in r.vvv.er hunoay. jiay
1885, UNTIL I'UKTIIUIt N0TIC1J.
Invo Wii'lilngton from Hint Ion, corner Now
Jersey avciiiio nnd Untreet,
Fur Chicago, JO a. m, and 10:10 p.m. dally.
Tho 10 11. in. Ik n Fimt Mmlled llxiirea to
I'lttHlmrg nnd Chicago, arriving In l'lttsbnrg
at 7:1(1 p, in, Chicago noxl morning nt8:5fi.
Noi'Xtrtifnrulsch.iiKcd on thin train for fast
I'orcliielnniitl, luNvllIoand HI. LonHdnllv
nt :i:.'id p. in. and in III p. 111,, with through
conchoii nnd lalaeo Sleeping ears lo uliovo
poliitAlNlthoiileliiiiigu. il.UO ii. 111. train Ii n
rail limited train tu clnelmmil midst l.onli,
arriving In Cincinnati next morning nt 7:15,
St. I.011H 0:.'!0 p. in. No extra fiuo charged
on thli train for faxl time.
For riltihiirgat 10 a. in.. Willi I'ailorCar,
and IhlOp. m. dally tu I'lltslnirg, Clevohind
mid Delrolt, with sleeping earn to l'lltMhiirg.
For llnltlinoru mi week ilayn 5, (1:10, (1:11),
7:.'I0, H:!l() and 10.0". n. in., J'J:l(i, l:'2.-, :i:15
(iri-mltiulo train), iLSU, -lito, -J: 111, G:10,(l:lo,
7, H:'J5 nnil 1 1 p. in,
For llnltlinoru on Hiindnys-ihlo, 7:.'H), 8:110
and 10.05 n. in., 1:A", liUO, 1I:U0, '1:10,0:10,
il: 10, 7, H:'J5 nnd II p.m.
ForpolnlH on tho Hliennndoali Valtoy Hall
road mid polnti South, U:'2r, n. m. nnd 0:10 p.
111. dully. U:'J5 n, in. train Ims I'nllmau
Hleoper fiom Wnthlngloii to Nuw Orleiun.
For AnniipolH, 0:1(1 a. m. and I 'J: 10 and
l:.'t) p. 111,; on Sunday. 8:110 a, 111. and 1:10
For way utalloni lietweeu Wanlilnglon and
llalllmore, 5, 0:10, 8:110 n. in., IU:lo, ilio,
d:io,7mid 11 p. 111. on stuidays, H::ioa. in., .
lilio, :i:!lo,'1:IO, 7 and II p. in. Forntnllom
on Metropolitan Ilrnueh, 7:'J5 a. m. nnd 11:15
P. in. uiiiiy, except. Minilay, nnu ruao p. in.
dally; '1:10 p. in. dally, except Sunday, for
principal Millions on Atctiopolltim llrnneh;
8:10 a. m. dally on Sunday btopi at all xtn
II0111; for l.oxliigton, Staimton and Valley
Ilnlneli, H:l(l it, in. dally, except Sunday; for
'TciciicK,H:iiin. in., 'l:lo p. in. dally, except
Fur local slat oiih hetwicn wnshlnclon .ind
riiiitliemburg, I'J:.'iO p. 111. dally, except Sim
Forllagcritowti nnd Whichoiler, H: III a. in.
dally, oxcept Sunday, and 5:.'lo p. in. dally (o
Ilagerntowni dally, uxeept Hilliday, lo Win
chester. Trains nrrivo from tho Went dally, II, 7:V.O a.
Fiom AniiHiiiilla. H.UO n. 111. ami t:."i(l nnd
f:'.!r, p. in.; Snnilay, I0..15 11. 111. and 0:il5 p. in.
From Lexington, 5:110 p. 111. dally, except
From Frederick and Intermediate) polntB,
B.yiiu. 111. and H:J5 p. in. dally, except Sun
day. Trains lenvo ll.illlmoru for Washington nt
5:lo, 1110,7:110, 11, n.0.5 and lo.ilii n. m., 112:15
'J.:io. 11, !, .io, r, o.iio, s, 0 nnd 1 1 p, m. on
Hmiiliirx, ll:!lo, 7:'J0, II and 0.05 11, in., 1:U0,
U::io, .fo, 5, nsio, h.u mnl 1 1 p. in.
All trains from Washington slop nt lieliiv
Station, exceiit I :'J5, !!:15 nnd II, 10 p. 111.
Forlurllier Inrormalloii apiily al tho Haiti
moro & Ohio ticket olllco Washington Sta
tion, (II!) nud III51 IVmm. live., eormrotl ltli
nt., wlictooidem will hotnkeiifor haggago to
lio cheeked and iccelved nt any tiohit hi tlio
city. u. k. M)1I1),C1.1'. A.
If. DUNHAM, Oen. Man . lla!lliiioioL
TO TIIKNUKTII, WJATArillSOUTinVKhl.
DUtlllt,!! TltAUK. HPMINDID SOUNHItV
HTElih KAILS. MAUNU'IUUNT KQUll'llllNT.
IN KPFEiT lUNIi 121, 1B85.
Trains leavo Washington fiom station, corner
of Sixth and II strecls, as follows:
Forl'lttshiirgandtho West, Chicago Limited
KxpieSH ol l'al.ico Sleeping Cars at 0.51) n. 111.
dally; Fast Line, 0:50 a. 111. dally to Cincin
nati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cnr.s Irom
Ilarrlslmrg to Cincinnati and Hotel Car to
St. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago,
with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago. Chi
cago ami Cincinnati Cxpiess at 7:10 p. in.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chi
cago and llarrislnirg lo Louisville; connect
ing at Ilaulshurgwllh Western llxpress with
lluoiighhloopcis for Cleveland nnd St. Louis.
l'lii'llluDxpiL'ss, 10 p. in. dally for l'illshiiig
nnd tho West, with through sleeper Ilarrls
harg to Chicago.
liAiriMoui: ,t 1'otomao iiailkoad.
For lirlo, Canandalgiia, llochesler, llullalo, Nl-
again, JO p. in. dally, except Saturday, with
l'alaco Cirn Wushlngtoii to Itoehestrr.
For Wllllamspoit, Lock Ilaicnuiid JJliulrn. ut
0:5u a. in. dally, except Sunday.
For New Ynik and tho Fast, 7:15, 8:110 and
1 1 a. in.. 12. d. 10 11. 111. nnd 1 ' : 1 r. nl-lit. or
Sunday, 8::i(l a. m.,12,.l, JOp. m. and 112:15
night. I.lmllcd llxpress ot Pullman Parlor
Cai.sl):10n. m. dally, oxcept Sunday.
For Iloston without change, 12 11. in. ei cry day.
For liiookljn, N. Y., all thiougli trains conncet
at .Icrsey city with boats of Ilrooklyn Annex,
iiffordlng dlicct transfer to Fulton sheet,
avoiding iloithlo fculagu across New Yoik
For Philadelphia, 7:15,8:30 nnd 11 n. in., 1!,
1, 0, 10 p, in. and 112:15 night. On sinidav,
H::io a. in.. 12, J, il, 10 p. in. and 112:15 nlglit.
Limited Express, 0:loa. in. dally, except
For Jlalllmoro, 0::i5, 7:15, 8:30, 0:10, !l:50, 11
a. in., 112:05, 12, .1,. 1:125, .1:10,0, 7:10, 10 p. in.
and 112:15 night. On Sunday, 8::so,i:5o, il
a. m., 12, .1, 0, 7:10, 10 p, ni. ami 112:15 night.
For l'opo's Creek Lino, 7.15 a. in., and -1:10 p.
in. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 0:35 a. m., 112.05 and '1:125 p. 111.
dally, except Sunday. On Sunday d p. in.
ALUXANDIIIA & ritUDUniOKHBtJllO UAIL-
WAY AND ALLXAND1IIA ,fc WASU-
For Alexandria, 0, 7. 0:125, 11:01 nmt 11:35
a. in., 12.05, '1:120, d-15, 0:1!5, 8.05 nnd 11:37
p. in. On Sunday at 0, 0.125, 11.01 u. 111.,
8.O.". p, m.
For Hlchmond nnd tho South, ft and 11.01 a.
in. dally ami ! 15 p. in. dally, except Sunday.
Trains leal o Alexandria for Washington (I 05,
a, jii, jiiiiii a. in., 1, n 0,1, ;i:i!ii. r:io, 7.05
nnd 11:35 p. m. and 112.10 midnight, except
Monday, on Sunday at 8 and 10:10 a. 111,,
7.05 mid 1 1 :35 p. 111. nnd ji:io night.
Tickets and lnfoi million at tho oMco.northcast
corner of Thirteenth stiect and Feiinsylvanla
aieniio. and at tho wlatlon. where orders can
ho left for tho checking of haggago to destina
tion from hotels and icsldciices.
CIIAH. H. PU0II, ,J. n. WOOD,
lleiieinl Malinger. Gen. Passenger Agent.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LUAVK II. & 1'. DUl'OT, SIXTH ANDHSTS.)
11 :15 A. M. For all way stations, Lexington,
Ky., Louisville, Cincinnati, Colninlms, SI.
Louis. Dally oxcept Sunday. Through
l'ailor Car to Whllo sulphur spiings.
11 A. M.- For Newpoit News, Old Point Com
fort nnd Norfolk. Dally except biinday.
5 1 15 1'. M.-For Loulsillle, Cincinnati, s't.
Louis and Chicago, connecting lor all
points West, Noithwest and Southwest:
fast express dally: does not stop for local
business; through Pullman benico lo
l.oulsi Ulo and Cincinnati.
For tickets and Information apply at C. & O.
Hallway olllco, 513 l'einisiluml.i avenue,
under National Hotel: Va. .Midland Hallway
olllco, (iOl Pennsylvania avenue, and 11. & 1'.
II. W. FULLF.H,
General l'astcnger Agent.
C. W. SMITH,
FliANK THIGH, N. 11. lMsbcnger AgeuU
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN R. R.
On and after .IL'NF. 1 1, 18S5, trains will leavo
fiom and nrilvo at (ltli and lists.
Depot as lollows:
I.eao Wiishiiigtnii !) .1. in. and 1:35 p. m,
dally, airlio. it liclnuint P.uk lu.51 a. 111. ami
0:l!Up 111.; Lceshurg J 1. 01 a. 111. nnd (1:30 p.
in.; atiivo.il Ituiuut Hill at 11:13 a. ni, ami
7:18 p. 111.
Hetuiiiiug, leave Hound Hill 11.03a. m. and
3.00 p.m.; pass l.eesbuig 0:112 a. 111. and 3:10
p. in.; Ilelmoul I'aik 0 5 1 a. m. and 3:08 p. m.,
andairlio at Washington ut 8:35 a. in. and
Special excursion lates and Sunday trains lo
llelmout I 'aik. Monthly and commutation
rates tu all points.
S. M. llltoPHY, blip!.. AloxaudlM.
i: J. I.OCKWOOD, li-s. Agt., 507 l'u. nvo.
DAILY LINHTO NOIIFOLU AND rOKTllUHS
Moniuo. Bteameis aeorgo Lenry and
Excelsior, commencing May 0, 18S5.
ono or those popular stoumoia will leave
Sovonth-Blreel wlinil DAILY, oxcept SUNDAY,
nt 5 30 p. in, For particulars Inquire nt Com
pnny'uonice, 7lli st. whnrr. Telephone No,
7 15-3. W. V. WDLUH, lloiierill Agent.
I" OW FAHKH
J FOIlTUhHMONI10KAND M)H1H)I,K.
tllU-ilUI.AK-l r.MIi:, (I. HOUND Tiui'.ii.va,
bli'Kiiier JaNK JIOSKLKY Uoiidny, Wediiis-
ilny mnl HntunlftT nlfi.uU n. in.
l'wuniKii hihI ruouin secured l riencinl OlUce.
Blillislrert lmrf. Ti'lephuiurnU,lll,
POTOMAC UlVKll I.ANDINHH.-Klrnmi'l
TllOMPbON Mondny, Weduesday nnd 1'iUUr l
7. in. . inl
WOOD AKO COM.
WHAUVK8 AND UAILUOAD YA11D
l'Jih and Water Hts. B. W.
IIltANOU YA1IU3 AND OITIOIIB,
(Uonnectod by Tolophono.)
1202 V street northwest.
1515 Bevcuth street uortliwest.
1710 l'lUinsylvaula nvo. northwest.
11112 Ninth street uorthwost.
Uorner 3d and K stieuta northwest.
iy -tt . afti runiMvlvaula nvo. eouthwout,