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THE WASHINGTON OIUTTO, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1885.
lor llio hencfll of mifierliiKliumnnlty, 1 ileom
It only inj- duly to give, this unsolicited tostl
moiiv In fnvnr of Swift's Spcclllo. Jiv wllo
has hccn nnilelod with Ho7omn from infancy.
Wo tried every known remedy, lint to no nvall.
Sho wns iilo nllllcled Willi n perlndlenl ncr
votii hendaeho, sometimes followed by nn In
tcrmltlcnt fnver, so Hint her llfo locimo n
burden to lier. Flnnlly I determined to try
Hwlft's Spoclllo. Sho coinmenced Foven weeks
ngo. After Inking tlio llrt largo liotllo tho
dlsonso seemed lo Increase; tho burning, Iteh
Ing mill Inllninniutlon liecnmo unbeuruhlo.
Hlio, however, persovcrcd In the uso of tlio
medicine.. After taking tlio second bottle, tlio
inllnimnntlon begun to subside After tlio
third, bottlo tho Inllammntlon disappeared, nnd
tho soro spots dried up nud turned wblto nnd
scnly. nnd llnnllv sho brushed them off In nn
impalpable whlto powder lcscmbllng ptiro
salt. Hho H now tnumg mo sixui uouie; every
npponrnnco of tho dlscnso Is gone, nnd her
llosh Is soft nnd whlto ns u child's. Her head
uchos Imvo disappeared nnd bIio enjoys tho
illy Rood health sho has known In 40 yenrs.
No wonder sho deems uvcry bottlo of B. H. 8.
Is worth n thousnnd t lines Its weight In cold.
Any luither Information concerning her caso
will bo cheerfully plvcn by herself at licr resi
dence, J !I5 JIullctt street, or by me,
JOHN F. IIIIADLUY, 4 1 Oliswoldst.
Dotrolt, Mich.. May 1(1, 1885.
For snlo by nil druggists.
Tin: SWIFT Sl'KCIFIO CO.,
N.Y., 157 W. 2:id st. Drawer II, Atlnntn.Oa.
jiui'TUKi: positively omn-n
IIYTIUUMTH TItU83 CO. or New York nnd
Philadelphia. Thoonly firm In tho woildwho
dnro auaranlte tho euro of Itnpliiro. Dr. 0.
Uiirnhnm, tho great Truss Kxpcrt, peneral su
perintendent, Is now nt tho 81". JIAItO HOTEL,
corner Pennsylvania nvo, nnd Seventh St.,
Wellington, D. O. Ho elves oxnmlnntlnn nnd
ndvlcor, nnd free trial of Trusses. Call or
Bowl stamp for circular nnd bo cured. Je5-lm
Who lias given his llfu to hopeloss sufferers,
can bo coiiBUllcd at No. 7211 12th St., Well
ington, D.C. Specialty: All C'liroiilo Diseases.
Consullntlnnfee.Sl. A few testimonials:
- "Dr. Hebbaid lias but fowir any superiors In
tho medical no."Jlioollyn Kaate.
"Dr. llebhard Is n medical wilter of high ro-
nufn ''.V,II Vilt I.' Iteittltl.
"A plivslclan of thorough science, oxlendcd
Itnowlcdgo and largo practical exncrienco
Win. JMealt. J'laUUiU
1'. M. U.A.,JlrooUijn,
at. j .
lii. llnlilinril Isonntluunllvdlscovcilmrnow
methods of savlni; liuniun llfo." 1'MladtlpMa
"Tho doctor Is ono of tho most skillful sur
peons nnd competent mcdleal ndvlsers In this
country." AVw Haven (01.) palladium.
"Dr. llebhard Is woiklng with tho most In
tense earnestness to heal tho sick, open blind
lives, unstop deaf cars and navo tlio dying."
Providence I'm. , , , ,,, ,
".Boston Is proud lo bo tho homo of this celo
brntcd physician, so long a worker for human
needs." lloslon JleruM.
"Dr. llebhard has miulu now contributions
recently to medical science which promlso to
bo of grcnt Interest." lloslon 'J'rnvdler.
"Dr. Hebbardls uttctly nnoilgliiul man
tlio product of his own energy niul.whllo ho
works for tho present wclfaio of tho people,
ho Is nlmost Riipeihumnn In his cffortB to make
all nro of n happy fuluio." 5f'A A'oi tli Amer
ican Jleilew. jol8-tf
Henri. A II a y H
Inllnin in u t Ion.
HonlH Bores. Ito
Btoron tlio .Senses
ami S in o 1 1. A
OltKAM itAT.M has gained nn cnvlablo
reputation, displacing nil other preparations.
A particle is applied Into each nostril; no pain;
ugrcenblo to use. 1'rleo DOn. by mail or nt
druggists. Bend for circular. KtA' llHOTIlKUS,
Druggists, Owcgo.N. Y.
A NRW USSCOVUHV.
Immodtato rellor tor (.Mid In tli
Nobo, tlatnrrli ftc. JOfi. ft box. V
nlo ny nil
is a pttnmnt, turt curt.
br scrilcblnst lecmi
U tln-wgroi txliUA
.MXw u ""
ltEMLnrKiiEii. Avlulmof jmitlindiuuirudnncu
fauelng Proiiiaturn Decay, AerrouaDoliMltr, It
.lanhood, 0., having tried In vain ov'ry kuann
which lio wllliipnd VJWAi tolils follof-Biiirnrcrn.
WyckniT, Soamaii3 &. Bonodict,
Waahlnctmi Dlllco, Our. Hill itinl X'HtH.
Drsw's Now Drug Store,
NINTH AND 1'KNN. AV11NIIK.
3rn "'I night,
Has m ptocU a toll linn nt OarpollucB, nil
itrniloa Oilcloth Oueiin nnd IJiiuw Mbiiidbb,
Also lnteft BiylvB In Wall l'a per, Window
Hlindiw nnd Oiutatii OondH. Wll W Indow nnd
via NliiTii HTiinisr Nournwi:Hr,
HAVINO HKOKHII.Y ITITKll IIP A
in uoaneotlon wltb my VaTKNT VKOflKflfl,
5ffJli'ffl'1SVioiS!S?f nkw Yonit rniom
eiintoKrapliluc n Wood for the Tf&ile.
fll ELUTVKNTn UTBBKT "SnnTHWBT
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
MATTKHH AN1 KVKNTN OP OUK.
HUNT AND I'OI'III.AK INUUUIHT.
Coiifrrcimiuiii'M Itiiiulnll'N Julio -A
llnMtiiitlnii'N Opinion tho Monu
ment liH-Htlon A CIiIooko Hlory
About (Irniit An Alleged Now
Nnvtil Hyinllcnle-lfuril TIiiicm lit
"During a period of over ilttcon
years of iiiercnntll llfu In Washington
I hnvo nevpr fccii mt rlLtrt'ssUiK limes
ns these," wild u dry poods denier lo u
Western coriospondent. "What cause
do you attribute to tho dull times?" was
asked. "Pooplo In government oui
ploy are frightened out of their wit,
and are no', spending a rent that Is
not absolutely nrccs'ary. They believe
that U tho Itepubllcans do that they
are to bu removed from their position?,
and they ate saving all they can to get
out of town on." The real estate deal
ers report few sales and a depression In
prices. Thuie Is a gieat apprehension
among nil government employe'. Tlw.y
fear their tlmo Is near at baud and are
Secretary Whitney's action In tho
Dolphin matter pricked the Hoach bub
ble, says a Washington correspondent
of tho l'lillinU'lphl.i lVcw.i, and an as
signment wan made. Thl., hmvevoi,
did not deter the men engaged In the
scheme of capturing the Navy Depart-
meut. Hoach U incapacitated for future
business, but the other men feel that
there Is strcuglh In his name, Accoid
Ingly n syndicate has been formed :o
It l said, nnd 1 have every icason for
accepting it as truthful composed of
William H. llarnum, William L Scott,
and .also, It is undcrsloxl, A lira in S.
Hewitt. This rich and poweiful com
bination purposes to purchase all of
Roach' slilp-bulhllng plant, and In aildt
(Ion Mr. Hewitt Is negotiating abroad
for on armor plating plant. Armor
plates cannot be made In this country,
but I.I io new syndicate propose to bul'lil
iron-clad, cruisers anil any other ves
sels that may be needed for the power
ful navy that ic Is understood a Demo
cratic administration lsanN'lnii3tobiiild.
Uy tome means they have secured the
postponement of all contracts until
after Congress meets, by which lime
thoy hope to bu In the lit Id nnd able to
monopolize nil the work. Their only
fear Is that Secretary Wliltnoy may not
uo entirely iractamc.
Applicants for positions In the Phila
delphia Mint, says thu Press of that
city, go then' with their lelters of en
dorsement, In pursuance of a plan
agreed upon by the Demoeatie leaders.
On thesticnglh of their presence and of
the Inconvenience- it is causing vlsito rs
who come there dining the hours set
apart for ihe public!, ' Congressman
Itandall on Wednesday lust got. oil' a
grim joke. Tho Congressman has been
running Into t lie city from his countiy
placo more frequently IliU week than
any other time since Hie adjournment
of Congress. Yesterday ho name in
early shortly after I) o'clock and
went up to Superintendent Fox's loom,
whero lie remained with the latter for
more tlpuinn hour. Mea t mo i ho gnat
army of applicants down slabs had paid
due homage to their eminent patronage
dispenser, and were still holding their
places when ho came down. AstUs Cor
gretsman came down after his long Inter
View with Siipeilntendeut Fox, one .f
the llcpulnlcau nttuclp's of the Institu
tion iicooMi'd him. "Mr. Itandall,"'
said ho plcnumtly, "these people," In
dicating the crowd of applicant.'', "aie
causing u great deal of trouble here.
Yousfcohow they're blocking up the
entrance and pa' sages joiuscif." Tho
Congressman turned and surveyed his
multitude of hungry-ejeil constituents,
all anxious for Hie honor of a smile or
uodof rccognitlot., and then, turning
to U inteilonutor, remarked slowly:
"Well, It Isn't altogether lliething, but
they'll bo further in after awhile, and
then they'll bo out of your way." Hav
ing launched 1I1I3 joke, Ihe grhnnessnf
which can be best uppteclated by those
Republican employes who 1110 destined
tobosupeiccded, llio Congressman de
scended tho steps and walked slowly
down Chestnut, si root.
Gencril Grant was stopping for a
Utile while in Chicago on iia letuin
ftom his liip around the woild, and
while there, as tlio Matl telln the stovy,
was the guest ef his ton, Colonel Ficd
Grant, nt 1 lie luttcr'shome on Michigan
avenue. Tom Hurnsldo was tho city
editor of tho Tehyraph. Hill Goro was
on ihe stafl'--a lank, uncouth, budl'
dresstd Elx-footer, who chewed enough
tob.icco for tlio whole following of a big
stable, and who delighted in violent ex
pletives. While lJurnslde was debating
tlio matter in hh mind his collections
were disturbed by tin entrance into tlio
city idltor's room of Gore. When In
formed of tho trouble Goro blurted
out: "That's nothh.g. Give 1110 the
alignment; I'll lacklo htm." He was
given It, and, pulling nn uu ulster of u
nugo plnid pattern (xealling in breadth
rathor linn length, ho started for tho
General's itoppbg plate. On being
admitted by Jiipiineso Tommy" after
some expostulation, ho went stialght to
hufiuess. General Grant stood at Ihe
head of the stairs and gave out I1I3 opin
ions on the presidency of tho Nlcarau
ua Canal, on polltlci, and pollctlans,
and finally on tho subject of a third
term, In answer to a question pro
pounded by tlio lost Australian ho said:
"You let them oll'ermo the nomination
and then I will tell them what I pro
pose to do," Further along Goro sug
gested that the General was not seeking
the nomination, etc., to which tho lat
ter made Instant icpiy: "I did not uy
I was not. seeking It.." That who
nnoueli for Gore, who hd down the
front slops, ami
leiurning to inooi
column and a.hiilf In-
lice, wrote up a
tcrvlew, It was
leleginphed nil over
"Whit Is jour ophilun of the Adinln
Istratlon by ttiW time?" a inporter of
tho Cleveland Leader Inqiiiied of Hon.
John P. Follett at Cincinnati llio other
day. ".Mr. Cleveland has u remarkable
degrooof what plight ho called con.
servatlsm," he replied. "What tho
outcome may be, nobody can tell as
vet, hut, of course, wo hope for the best.
He certainly takes a good deal of tlmo
to consider some Ihlugs, which, It
strlkos mo, ought to be considered lit 11
much shorter space of time. I suppose
no ono can readily appreciate tho dllll
cullies of 11 position of that kind to a
party which has bceii out of ppwer for
11 great number of years, and with the
large number of olllccs wo havo In this
country." "Whom ought tho party to
uonilnaio for Governor?" "My Im
pression has been that Iloadly wiir tlio
natural nominee. Tlio platform should
decline decidedly in favor of n 0011
tlilulioiial iimi'iidmcut permitting
license, Intoxicating llipioi"), 1 am
satliilli'd, will b' n-'cil more or lcs, nnd
I think the icguhi'lou and control of
the lmlun4 can be much morn icndlly
and spiedlly reached through license
than In any oilier way. A compensa
tion should bn charged for tlio license In
piupi rtlon to tlio nuioiin of business
From oflluUI lecordsof the War De
partment, bued on the losses given and
tho total number of men furnished by
the States and Territories during tho
wai, It appears that: Out of every
sixty-live men one man was killed In
action. Out of every llfty-slx men one
man died of w iinil- received In action.
Out. of every thirteen men ono man
died of dlseaie. Out of every iiiuo
men one man died while in service.
Out of every llftecu men ono man was
captured or icpnrted missing. Out of
every ten men ono man was wounded
In action. Out of every seven men
captured one man died in captivity.
Ex-Mayor Mirtlu of Hoston, being
asked by a Glnbe reporter, what ho
thought of (he monument movement in
thai city, said: "The Idea h a good
one, hut It's one of the hardest times to
ial:e moui'.v In Kostou that I have ever
sien. A statue for Grant Is something
that all the people ought to be Inter
ested in. An equestrian statue is what
we want. A monument Is not so ap
propriate." "Do you think that what
llostonlaus will glvo towards llio New
York monument would detract from
subscriptions for a statue of our own?"
"Hardly nny. The truth is that people
In Massachusetts are not going to feel a
very lively loteiest Inn monument in
New York, If a national monument Is
to bo eree.lt d, Washington Is the only
place for It. As It is, very little money
will go from lloslnu to New Yoik for
that monument." "What Isilie best
way ofialsing money for a statue In
Boston?" "Appoint an executive com
mittee of three or four and letlhls com
mittee appoint sub-commlltees, repre
senting tlie vailous trades and large
organizations In the city. Let every
one be encouraged to give something.
T,"t It be n popular movement, ft may
rake so no ilrne to get Ir, undfi- way.
Tlio model will have to be nt out and
placed 011 exhibition before any con
siderable amount of money cm be
raised." "What do you think is tlio
best site for n statuo ?" "Well, I
luueii't given any thought toil', but it
occurs to me that, the B-.-acou stiect en
trance to the Back itiy I'ail; Is a lit
rour.itJM news in iuin:r.
London, Aug, 7. Atalnuqtiet given
by tho Eoiplie Ulub Wednesday night,
three f.'inioii.s English Admirals Hewitt,
fortius and Hopkins agieed In their re
marks upon tlio British navy, that de
spite Its failings. It was equal to those
of any two oilier nations combined.
Tin: l'ATiiint or ociUNTKiinqitAi'Jiv.
The Standard praises Cyrus W. Field
as tho father of ocean telegraphy. The
history of ocean cables Is more Inter
esting than many a romance and Field
is its homo.
THE MUNSTKK BANK AITAIJt.
The newly-formed company to as
sume llio iiU'.ilis of the Monster Bank is
now nsiiitred 0 success, as the shares,
which havo been on subscription since
Saturday, have largely been taken up.
Tin re Is as yet no clue to the where
abouts of tho absconding manager of
the defunct bank.
Yircr.DiNG to tiii: PAiiNKLLrrns.
Earl Carnarvon has ordered the with
drawal of the extra police stationed at
Limerick by Ids predecessor. Tliia h
considered a concession to the Parnoll
ltes, who vigorously opposed an extra
police In the absence of agrarian
WIIEltKAllOU'lS OK l-'AKQUIIABSON.
It has been ascertained that Kobert
Faiquharson, the absconding Dublin
manager of the Monster Bank, to in
lie I'refcrx i lay.
ClUCAao, Aug. 7. A Times Fargo
dispatch says: "Holman's Congres
sional Committee spent some time on
tho Sioux reservation, west of the .Mis
souri lliver, and Invested In a Govern
ment ambulance. Ic Is reported (lint
when the party took the ears at Man
don Messrs. Cannon and Uyon took
sleepers, hut Judge Holman thought
the reform Administration should not
he put to so much expeno and made
Seigeaut at-Arms Leedotu and Cleik
Coutu sit up all night with him. Can
11011 was heard to lomark: "Well,
Kyun, I'll pay my own bills from this
out, and icport to Congress. I am not
going to tinvel for the Government like
X Iteforiii Am In a Itofonn.
Another reform bus been Inaugurated
in Washington. Tho Treasury towels
are to be let out to the lowest bidder.
Heretofoie tho work has been given to
necessitous women at the rate of about
:I0 cents lulo'an, hut Secretary Manning
lias discovered that the laundry mon will
do tlio samo woi Ic forabouta cent apiece.
If tho Treasury towels atall lesemhloii
printing olllce towel the women lecolvo
none foo much for their geological
Ilnrry tJ. Itloliuimiil Demi.
Hurry G. Illclimond, tho variety per
former, well known In ibis city, died 11
few days ago at Sands Luke, N. Y., of
consumption. Ho llrst appeared upon
the stage In Washington, In 1803, hav
ing been before that 11 f tenngraphor In
the IVntiou Olllce.
Nm-voti Dubllllatiiil Men,
Yuiinro allowed a, free- trial of thUtijituysal
tlio iisn of Dr. Dyo's Celebrated voitnio licit
Willi Klci-trlo Susponsorj-Aiipllnnees, for tho
spcodjr relief nuil licrmniii'nt euro of Nervous
Debility, loss of Vltullts' nnd Manhood, anil nil
hi iiurcii irouuics.
Also for niaiiv other dlS'
restoration to health, vliror
nnd innnlinriil imnrutiteed. No risk Is Incurred
Illustrated pamphlet, with lull Information,
terms, etc., mailed freo by addiessliiK Yoltalo
licit, Co,, MiUflhall, Jllcli.
Do not bo deceived ; ask for nnd tnko only
11. II. Douglass & Sons' Capsicum Couith Drops
for CoukIis, Colds and Soro Throats. D. S. nnd
Trado Mark on ovcry diop,
Tho now peifumo soo hcnntltiil story hook nt
driif; otoros freo. Eastman's Aloha l'erfnmp,
"Aldoinoy ltnlry Wiikihis."
Vrosh Aldcrnoy buttor, churned every morn
ing nnd delivered In H U. "Ward" prints, ;l5o.
per to. Also cottago clicoso, buttermilk nnd
ycot milk, Go. per qt, Cream, 15o. perplut.
Till! CITY MAKKT.TH.
NciiNonitblo Luxuries Ho I'tumil
Th. Ilsli stalls lids morning present
ed au unusually brisk nppeiiiauee.
Hunches of while pmeli nnd salt-water
toylors hung from Hie hooks above llio
stalls. White meat lloiinders and
other il.-h of the most templing charac
ter lay upon the zh.c covered counter,
while others, deleieilous from I lie hent,
were packed In barrels of criulicd Ice.
Friday U llsh day, nnd, consequently,
the rush hi tlio mmket wended In that
The pretty Ml very gray Spanish mack
eicl with their spotted sides as ever was
tlio choice of the buyers at 2ft cents a
pound; whllo tho almost boneless sal
mon from tho Iveuebec was the next In
demand at the same pilco. Saltwater
tajlors at 12J cents a pound nre more
delicious than -oinoof the higher price
Ilsli. Their being classed among the
lower grade of ll-h Is owing to the un
usually largo catch. Spats of small
sl.e are -10 cents n bunch, l'oinplnos
from the Potomac In excellent con
dition at tlO cents a pound, llog Ilsli
are $1 a dozen, wldto porch of good sl.e
ns quoted list week range from 2ft to
10 cents 11 bunch
Salmon trout lemains the same at 1ft
cents a pound. FroMi mackerel are
plentiful al II) and 20 cents apiece.
Flounders and codllsh are II) cents a
pound, Sheephend Is 1ft and 20 cents
a pound. Halibut is 20 cents; while
boiling rock is 1ft cents a pound.
Sturgeon has mlvaticul toll) cents a
pound. Sift crabs aie 7ft to SI, while
hard Midi crabs remain at. 2ft cents a
do.eii. Lobsters lemaln at lft cents a
pound. Clams are 10 cents a div.en.
1IUTTHU AND KCIOS.
The butter dealor, as ho stoniH behind
Ids mat bio top stall, clad with his Im
maculate whlloapron, looks mo?thappy
and smiles In 1 ho knowledge of this be
ing the season of tho year when butter
Is In its greatest demand. The best
quality of 1'hiliidelphia butter, put up
In half pound prints, Is -10 cents a
The best quality of creamery from
tlio same State Is H5 cents a pound.
Now York butler Is 110 and lift cents a
pound ; while the Maryland rolls
brought In by ihe country women from
their little farms, churned from the
pure country milk, is 25 and !!0 cents a
pound, i'.ggs in price are up or uown
nil Ihe year round, q'his week they
are 18 and 20 cents a doen. Cheese
continues at the fame price, 18 and 20
cents a pound.
I'OUI.TRY AND OAMIJ.
Fair, templing and toothsome young
duekll tiers, at, 7ft cents to sl.2" 11 pair,
are the delicacy of the poultry stalls
this week. Domestic ilncks are 22 cents
.1 pound. Spring chickens weighing
from two to live pounds a pair are In
denmi'd at 50 cents to $1 a pair. Old
fowls of a much heavier weight ate 7ft
conts to $t.2ft a pair. "Near by"
turkeys havo dropped to Hi cents a
pound. Squabs, as ever, are ft() cents a
pound, wlillo woodcock, whlcli i the
only game In season, are In an exceed
ingly lino condition at $1.2") a pair.
No change cither in quality, quan
tity or price was announced from the
meat stalls this morning. Tho butch
ers during tlie excessive hot spell only
kill a quantity of cattle to carry them
through one maiket, 11s the expense of
keeping tlie meat over not only takes
away tlie prollr., but, deteriorates the
quality. Spiinghunh Is In very line
co ml l' Ion at lft and 20 conts a pound,
while lamb chops aie 20 and 2ft cents a
pound. Veal, from good to choice,
from 12 to 20 cents .1 pound. Tlie
chops aie lft and 20 cents, while the
cutlets are 2ft cents a pound. Tender
porter-house steak', weighing ono
pound, nre 20 nnd 2ft cents each. Sur
loln steaks are 20 cents, and round
steak Is lft cents a pound. Uoast beef
is tho same at lft nod 20 cents, while
chuck roast Is cheaper at 121 cents a
The luxury of the fruiters' still this
week Is the bright, mellow, juicy ap
ples, the llrst of fiiiltsao well 11s tlie
ttnest and best. The unfortunate
people who live in the city do not know
much about apples. Only tho-o so
happy as to live In tlio country, and
near orchards, know tho divine fra
grance and tho imperial beauty of ap
plo blossoms In the spilng, or the in
descilbablo llavor of pippins, and rus
sets, and greonhifjs in tho fall. The
banana is the only fruit in tlio win Id at
nit worthy to rank with the apple, as
tlio apple' is with us tlio year round.
The strawberry, the most delicious
0! fruits, is with us but, for a season,
Just when It U needed, early In tlie
spring, when It puts its gentle acid into
our stomach, lcnews our physical and
mental frames, Improves our morals
anil leaves us like Oliver Tulstcrjlng
for "moie" all the year round. The
dollcato led and golden "maiden's
blush" just from llio trees are -10 cents
a peck. Solid, crisp, spicy cooking
apples are !!0 cents a peek".
Peaches are backward, and the boat
varieties in the market mo o poor as to
give discouragement to the outlook of
that delicious fruit this ecasjn. The
pilco varies from 00 to DO cents a peek.
Watermelons, excellently grown, juicy
and sweet, aie abundant, all tho way
from 10 to ftO cents each. CantcloupeB
so far havo been small, but 12 to 2ft
cents is being asked for them. Clusters
of the juicy, small Oelawaio grapes,
tho llrst in the market thU seisou, am
20 cents a pound. The daik, heavy
Concords aie lft cents a pound. Tho
pcai crop, roo, look's as though it hud
felt tho ellects of the cold spring.
Ilomo-grown pears einiiot ho coiupireil
witii the crop at this fca?on last year.
Bartlctt pears, fiom far-oil' Califor
nia, aro most excellently giown tit $1 11
peck, Belle pears of home e,invlli,
(lint somewhat icscmble the lhrtlett In
appearance, hut not hi taste, aio 00
cents a peel;. Wild gooso plums fioin
Noitli Carolina are 10 to lft cents, while
lilt 1 It'll, duk red plums from Cillfor
nla aio 20 cents a quart. Seedless
Florida oranges me fit) nnd (ill cents a
dozen. Lemons aro -10 cents a dozen.
Iliiekleaud hhickbenles aio becoming
scarce, the burner at lft and the litter
nt 12 cents a quart. The "Kmtuuel
Ell.ahelh," a small hut the swoctoM
pear In the umiket, is $1 n peel..
Gage plums for cooking are 7ft cents to
SI a peel;, DiiiHuiis ate 00 cents a
Giceu coin continues tlie delicacy of
tho vegetable stalls, No complaint, Is
oilbreii tho corn crop by tho country
men, lacking the usual complaint of a
thought, nnd the "roasting ears" that
adorn the stalls In ieat quantities are
in as good condition as they will be at
any other time this season.
Owing to tlio Increased supply slneo
last week tlio price lias dropped down
to 15 cents a dozen, Cabbage Is in ex-
ccllcnt condition nt 8 nnd 10 cents a
head. Karly row potatoes, solid and
well grown, aro 23 cents a peek. As
paragus will probably tako its departure
for iiuother reason after this week, but
a few wilheicd huucliemiro In market
at 10 cents a bunch. Lettuce Is llio
same at. ft and S cents a bend, Tho to
mato crop lids years Is the finest for
many feinons past, Hie Immo crop l so
large as lo oano the shipment of tliW
healthful egetahle from tlie South to
bo stopped iiltocethet: llievate 2ft cents
n peck. Solid white heads of eiull-
Mower 1110 in to 2ft cents ench.
Sweet potatoes or yam 1 from the
"Branch" are 7ft cents a peck. The
Bi'imudii onion Iris been succeeded by
the 1 el low dinners which nre deonor
scented and 111010 desirable at ftO cents
a peck. Cucumbers, crisp ami tender,
are lft cents a dozen. Lima beans are
very line at 18 cents a quart; stilng
beans have 1 mi up to -10 cents n peck.
A bunch containing three or four largo
beets Is four cents, tlio same price being
asked for a bunch of carrots; dark pur
ple egg plants nre at the height of tlie
season at ft to 10 cents each which will
he tlie minimum mice this season.
Spinach is 2ft nnd 110 cents a peel.-.
Minoh NEwa Notc8.
Mr. Blaine sent a tilegrnmof con
gratulation to Mr. Cyrus W. i-'leld.
An attempt wai made to blow up
tho Government building at Pauami.
A crank wus nrrcsted nt Ivausaa
City "on his way to kill tlie President."
Cnccras and Iglesla, the Peruvian
leaders, lrio eacli rejected llio other's
tonus of peace.
Lord Uandolph Chin chill presented
hU llrs-t Indian budget to the House
of Commons yesteidiiy.
The Empcioisof A u?ti la nnd Ger
many nre hobnobbing at, Gastoln.
The Kmpeior William's health is ex
cellent. Marseilles owns lo thiity-three
deaths jesteiday from cholera. The
municipal aullioiltles aio doing their
best to hide tho fact.
Mr. Gladstone recently meditated
; vi-it. to America, instead 01 cruising
in (lie yaciil, Miiubcam,
that he would not he
Prod D.iugl.ies, speaking nt Uoches
ter yesterday, piedictcd that the coloicd
race would one diy tike its place
among the races of tlie world in intel
lectual and moral worth.
An ollleer of the llilllmore and
Ohio Company says that satisfactoiy
arrangements have been made with
Reading fur au entrance to Mew York,
but, tli it th! teroM li iv.) not been made
Thu Guatemalan Government
which piys 11 subsidy to the Pncilic
Mall Steamship Oumpiuy, will hold it
responsible for lis tefusal to carry the
malls between S:ui Krauchcn and
Tho latest crop estimates place Ihe
total jield of wheat t H.-,000.0()0
bushels, against, ri2!l,0!)0,(KW in 1SSI
Tlie shmtngo .1 compared with llio
average for live years past U 1:17,001).
If. ICntkoll' as'eit-i In the Gazette
that llussla is 1 evolved now to settle
the Central Asian dllllciilty dually.
He says thai, the present negotiations
between Kughuul and KiH'-ii aie
Uriiiilionnuss, 111- Hid I.Iiiiiih- Habit, C1111
lm Cured by Ailiiilnistoi Inir lie. Ilnlnes1
II can bo Riven In a cup of eofleo or tea with
nut llio loiowledfoi of tho person taking it, ef
fecting u speedy nnd immanent euro, whether
tlio patient Is n modoriito drinker ornnnlco
hollo wieek. Thousands of drunkards havo
heon madu temperato men who havo taken tho
(Jolden Speellln In their eolleo without their
knowledge, and today hcllnvo they (pilt dilnk
hiffof their own freo will. No harmful effects
result from Its administration. Cures fommn
teed, Circulars and testimonials sent freo. Ad
dress, (lot.nKN Si'Ecii'io Co.,
1S5 Itnco St., Cincinnati, O.
refilecrators, carpets nnd furniture sold on
weekly or monthly payments nt Smith's, -lltl
Now.Tersor nvonuu uoithwcst.
u By t Bdra&M
ai nu 11 .. 1
Krery drain or cold ntlailis tliut en! back
nun nearly proiiiaics 3011.
OtrcugtlU'im (lie Jluuclra,
KtcmlleM llio Nerves,
l'nriclirs (liclllnoil, Given Neiv Vlpor.
I)n. J. I.. Mti ns, rlrfldd, lowiv, cnflt
lia,o kmmiilnmv :ui)cai
it vitcclallr bonotfclidln r
nnmna iron inuers is inu im-i-i iron inoniPinu 1
cars practice, 1 liavu found
lion, Mid in all ilebilitntlnt; nllmcmts that IwAr n.i'
1 nervous or pnyMcal ftxliaus-
hc-a, ily on tho j nti'in. Ufo It f ronly in my own family."
flcuulno has trailo mark nnd rrostil red Hues oil
mapper. Viilce 110 oilier. Madonnlyliy
llltOW.V'lli:.MIOAI,t'0.. HAI1'IMOIll', Jtlll.
bADii'H' Hand llooir-unpful end nttrncllio, run
tainhiK list of iirires for roclnos, inrormallnii alHjut
coliiH.t-to.,Kivoiinay hyulldealerrt lu lucillcltiM, or
luallod to nny uililrbtu on rocotLt of So. btaiiui.
CARPETS AND FURNITURk.
31B Qeventh Street.
Ami Uphnlstory Materials.
Carpnt, Fiirtiiliiro, Redding, Ura-
liory anil Upholstery WnrnroontB.
TKT. TrX- H05IS:33,
T Hl'AUl:, ItllH h 1110 8th :'t. 11, w
. OH ) riU tllOi:
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
jfk iMilfuttnill nniiiltiii
UniU-i' Odd-Fellnwa Hull,
i:, 0. It ill I'd Fliui Hhooa fort.idloSfWH'flriMY,
W. R. SPRARE,
TJ3ST O 03 RT J&.1S: IBIR 3
i) in f HTm:iT noiithwiwt,
UvorytliliiK strictly llret-clnss nud mi tho
most runsonnblo torm9. (Oumn Onulrs to litre
tor nil occasions.) wyi-lyr
0 Sb h SUf iiftibiC
S'SffT ill I
r 1 f A00 --" "
m I I HI THE
0 V BEST TONIC
EEC JZ). Zt3.jE&JE&,
lltl IM2NN. AVE.
OYcrxoaliiiKS anil Trousonuas
Of my own Importation, now received. Ocnllo
men. ploaso rail, Inspect and leave your orders
nt tho bcndlni: Tullorltiff Kstnbllshinent of
Washington, llcst (loods. Ilest Trimmings.
None but flrst-clnss workmen employed at
1111 l'cunsrtvnnla Avenue.
EL D. BA.RR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
A. SAKS & CO.",
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
BLO .A-TSTD 3X8 VOTI3: S'X
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
Tho Boys' Olothiors,
(') 1T.NNHYI.VAN1A AVKNlIll.
K MAI.'P IIXTKAUT,
PUltB AND KCONOMICAI,.
N. W. BUROHELL,
1325 F STREET.
PKA0KI PEA0E! P.EA0EI
wilhon-h cii:r.&uuA'i'i:i) whisky,
UtiriW MAI.T W11IHKY.
IIOYAI. (J It i: A II AND (JAUINUT WlllHKY,
Cur. Tli 1 11I nnd A NlrceU . t.
hi U. llAAAJJLfJUXJXUJI,
Wholcsalo nnd ltelall Doalcrs In
Groceries, Fine Wines, &c.
A I'uro Amerlcnii Wlno. All llio host ForelRii
Cordials nnd Hitters. Wo nro also Acenls for
tho eelehratcd UI.Y.SM 1(1 AVATHU, nnd
Calvin Sliarcr'sWIld Cherry Rock and Ryo
uAititouit .v 11 a:iii.ton,
AVholoHiiln l'lonr, AVIno nnd flrnrory fllor-
(lit lo mil I'oiina. Avoiiiio.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Proviaiona nn
r.o Droit Itiiililluir, Kill mill F.SIs.
Largo nnd Small (Jiinntltics, Stilctly nn
Commission. 1'ilvnlo Wires. Constant Quo
tations. Ofllco open from 8 a, m. to 5 p. m.
TOWERS & GBEEtf,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Northwest,
Transact n Ur.npral Bnnklnn Rtisiiiess.
IDepositH Subject; to Oheck.
Special nttiintinn Rlvnn to Departmental nnd
other UnlleetloiiHi liny nud Hell U. H. Honda
nnd nil District Securlllos. Wo lasiui
Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit
on turope and tho East.
H. PLUM GO,, 1MB
Grain, Provisions, Potroloum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth nnd F3ib,
WAaillNQTON, l). 0.
Olty Uuforonces Nntlnnnl llnnk ot tho Up
public, UIiIcarg a,riOol)on:!eiiln-MII,llINL:, HOD
MAN It CO.
(loustniit quolnltnns or tho OhlcuK" and Now
Vorlt llnrkuta from direct pilvnto wiroa.
v. u, r.n.i,r.v.
T. A. KKNDIO.
F B. Lilloy & Co.
StonKs, Bonils, Grain, Provisions
1127 V HT11KET N. W., WAHIIINOTON, 1). V,
UltANUU Ol'iaOK I H. llnllldnvHt., UnUlmnre
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Mianr'AW) navy iiEADQUAliTrits,
I'otir Iron Tiro Escapes,
J"EnMS-$3.00 and 84.00 l'or Day,
Pcnnsylvanh avenue, near Fourteenth street.
ipcclal rates for Summer Months.
CU.1NTON HOUSi:, 7TII AM) 1 ST.H.
11 w; Hi st class talilo hoard and huge
100ms nt lou'-oimhlo rates; location central.
WM. O. NAY1.01I, Piopiletor, Jyi! tf
St. jaimi'.s' liocni.,
Sixth Bticct and l'ennsylvnnl.i iivcnuu.
L. WOOpillJUY, Proprietor.
1323 F Stroot H. W Opp. tho tlihllt,
IV.VSlll.VOTO.V, I), ('.
(Tho UlDiondon, BsrHtoga SprliiBS, N, Y.)
I U, LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
Sprig and Summer
soiiKiWi.i: in i:i'Fi:cr hunday, may
188n, UNTIh I'-UItTIIIIlt NOTICK.
beavo Wnshlnnlnn fiom Hlntlon, corner Now
Jcrsoy nvcnuo nnd (I street.
lir Chicago, 10 n. in, nnd 1(1,-10 p. m. dally.
Tho 111 n. in. Is a Fast Limited JJxpress fo
l'lltshurK nnd t'lilcnKo, nrrlvlng In l'lltslmiij
utTi.'lop. I",, ChlciiKo next inornlnunt8'5r.
No ijxtra fnro Is chniccd on tills train for fast
l'or Cincinnati, I.nulsvlllo and St. Lonlsdally
nt il:ft( p. m. nnd IOiKM'- m Willi tliroiiKii
conches nnd I'nhiro Slceplni! ears to nbovo
points without cliniiRo. :i::M) ji. m. train Is a
hist limited trnlu to clnclnnnll nnd St bonis,
nulriiiR In Clnclnnnll next morning nt 7:15.
St. bonis (hlio p. in, No extra fnro is charKCd
011 this train for fast tlmo.
rnrl'lttRbtirgnt 10 n. in., with I'nrlor Cnr,
nnd Dili) p. in. dnlly to l'lilshiirir. Clovolnnd
and Detroit, with sleeping ears to I'lttshurtf.
I-'orllnltlmoroon week days fi, 0:10,(1:10,
7:.'K, Hiiionnd lo.or, a. m aaiio, i-.ai, :t:ir
(ir.-inlniitotnilu), iJsio, d::io, -l:lo, r:io,0:io,
7, H:'J,-i nnd 1 1 p. in.
For Ilnltlmoroou Kundnys-(I:10, 7:,10, 8:.'IO
nnd in.o.Tn. in., 1:25, mat), :i:;io, -1:10,5:10,
0:10,7, 8:'jrnind II p. in.
For points on tho Hhciinndoali Valley Hall
road nnd points South, 0:25 n. in. nnd lt:l(l p.
in. dnlly. Iirt!."! a. in. train has I'lillman
Sleeper from WnshliiKton to Now Orleans.
, For Annnpolls, f): lu a. 111, nnd 1!2:1() nnd
ISinp. in.; 011 Sunday. 8;:i(l a. 111. nnd -1:10
1'or way stations between Washington und
llnlllmore, 5. (1:10, H::iO a. in., ii!:l, MM,
l:ln, 7 iiml 11 p. in. on Hiiiidnys, 8::ion. in.,
I::io. :t:!!0, ,1:10,7 nnd II p. 111. Forslntlons
on Metropolitan llraiich. 7:'J5 a. in. nnd 1 1:15
p. 111. dally, except Sunday, and r:!10 p. in.
dully; -1:1(1 p. 111. dully, oteept Simdny, for
principal stations on Metropolitan Branch;
8:10 a, in. dnlly on Sunday ntops nt nil sta
tions; for boxhiKtou, Slniinton and Valley
llraiich, 8:10 11, 111. dnllv, except Kundny; for
Frederick, 8:10 n. 111,. -I: It) p. 111. dally, except
For local stnl Ions between WnsliliiRlon nnd
flail hcrNliiirK, 1 !!::!() p. m. dnlly, oxcept Sun
For llncerstown nnd Wlnehostcr, 8:l()n.tn.
dally, oxeept Sunday, and fi:!i(i p. in. dnlly to
IIiikcisIowii; dully, oxeept Sunday, fit Win
chester. Trains nrrlvo from tho West dnlly, (1, 7:20 a.
in.. 1:15. 0::m p. in.
Fiom Atinnpolls, fl-HO n. in. anil 1:51) nnd
5:25 p. in.: Hundny, 1()::i5 11. in. nnd (1:1)5 p. m.
From bexliiRtoii, 5::i() p. 111. daily, nxcont
From lVeilerlek nnd Intermedlato imliita,
8:25 11. 111. nnd 8:15 p. in. dally, uxecpt Sun
dny. Trains b-.ivn ltalllmoro for Washlnclon nt
5:10, i)::io,7:20, t), it.or, and io:to a 111., 12:15
2::io.:i,.i,,i:20,5,(i:;!o,8,iinnd llp.m. On
Sunilny.s, (!-:io, 7:20, ti nnd 0.05 a. ml::iO,
Uiiio, .1:20, 5, ()::!(), H, I) nnd 1 1 p. m.
All trains fiom WnshliiKton stop nt ltolay
Stntlon, except 1 :25, :i:ir nnd 0: II) p. m.
l-'orlurllier Jiifounatinn apply nt tho Haiti
morn ,fc Ohio ticket ofllco WashliiRton .Sin
linn, (ill) nml 1U51 I'enna. uvn., corner of 14th
nt., wheio miters will hotnken for bnRRnRO to
bu checked ami received nt nny point in tho
It. DUNHAM, (Ion. Jinn., llnltlmoio.
1-. iv. i.(iui), u.r.
It) TIIKNOUTII, IH.STAMINOL'rilUVS'l.
DOUUT.I! TltAOK. Sl'I.HNDIl) SOKNIlItY
HTUIII. KAII.3. MAaNll'IOIlNTKQUIl'MlINV.
IN KveriT JVtttt HI, 1885.
Trains leavo Wushlni-ton from Btntlon, corner
01 i!tin nun 11 hi reels, ns follows:
Forl'lttslmritniidtho West, Clilcatro I.lmlted
Kxpross of I'alnco Sleeping Cars nt tl.-r() n. in.
dully; r.istl.lne, !:&( n. 111. dnlly to Cinclii
natl und St. Louis, with MccpliiR (Mrs fiom
HiirrlsliurKlo Clncliinntl nnd Hotel Car to
SI. Lnuls;iliilly, oxeept Snt11nl.1v, to L'lilcnuo,
wlHtSIeepliiKt'ur Altoonato C'liteneii. Chi
cnexiuud C'lucliiunll llxpress ut 7:11) p. in.
dully, with Slceplnu Car Wnslituuton to C'lil-f.-iKonnd
llnritHliuii; to Louisville! connect
liifjat Ilnrilshiircwltli Western Express Willi
tlnoiiKh slecpei.s for Cleveland nnd St. Louis.
I'aelllu Ilxpress, 10 ). in. dally for 1'lttshurK
and tho West, Willi through sleeper Ilarrh'
bui-fj lo Chicago.
liAirmoitr: ,t potojiao uaimioad,
I'orllilo, (-'iiiinndalmia, Itoehoster, IluITnlo.KI
nwirn, JO p. in. dnlly, uxecpt Saturday, wit1!
l'ulneu Oaw WnshliiKton to Itoehoster.
I'or Wllllanisport, Loelc Haven und Klintrn,
Drfin a. in. dully, except Sunday.
Tor Now York und tho Kafct, 7:15, H:!I() nn
1 1 n. in,, i!, !, 10 p. 111. und l!i:l5 iilitht. L
Sunday, H::i()n. m.,1!, -I, 10 p.m. nnd l!!:in
nlejit. Limited Lxpress of rullmnn l'nrlot
Cms I): 10 n. in. dally, except Sunday,
I'or lloslon without elinm;e, i! p. in. uvcry day
l'or llroolilyn, N. Y nil throimhtrnlns eonnut
ut .lersoy City with boats ufllrnnldyn Annex,
nlfotdlnjj (tlircttrniihfer to rullon shout,
uvoidhiK'loiihlo fenlago across New York
rorriilliulelphla, 7:15, R:!!() und 11a. m., 2,
-I, 0, 10 p. 111. und lV!:ir night. 011 simdny,
H::) a. 111.. 'J, d, (I, K) p. m. nnd l'.':15 nlBht.
Llmlled j:piujs, I): ll)a. in. dally, oxeept
l'or llalllmore, (1:115, 7:15, H:HO, tl:I(l, t):50, 1
n. in., lUtn, i.-I,.l:if,t: l., 7:I(), lop. 111.
und 12:15 night. On Sunday, H:HO, ti:50, 1 1
u. m 2. ,, (I, 7:10, 10 p. in. und 12:15 iilRlit.
l'or I'opu'sCieeU Line, 7:15 a. in., nnd 4:10 ji.
in. dully, oxeept Sunday.
For Annapolis, (1:!)5 n. in., 12.05 nnd -1:25 p. m.
dally, except Sunday. On .Sunday 4 p. 111.
ALL'XANDUIA & l'ltLDL'IlIOKflllUnn ltAIL-
WAY AND AI.r.XANDUIA & WAUII-
Tor Alovandil.i, (I, 7. 0:25, 11-01 nnd lljUB
a. in., l! 05, .t:2(), -1:15, (!:25, 8.05 and 11:117
inn. on .Sunday nt (1, 11:25, ll:0l n, m.,
8:05 p. m.
l'or Itlchinond nnd tho Soulli, (! nnd 11:01 n.
in, dnlly and 4:15 p. tn, dally, except Kundny.
Trains lc.ivo Alexnndila for Wnshlncton (1.05,
8, 10, lOiIOii. in., 1, 11 05, :i:2:!, f,:ll), 7:05
Mill 1 1 t'ir. 1. ,1, ,111,1 I'l.ll, .111, Intnl.. ..vnnnt
. ...,,,. ..,, ...... 4a.,.., llllltllllll. u.,(-
Monday, on Sunday nt 8 nnd 10-10 a. 111. ,
7.05 and 11:115 p, 111. und 12:10 night.
TleUcts and Infoi mat lonut tlio oflleo.norlhea'it
rumor of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsylvania
nvcnuo, and nttlio station, whom orderjcnn
ho left lor tlio ohcokliif,' ol hausnRO to destina
tion from holds and lesldonees.
OIIAS. II. I'lKIH, ,1. It. WOOD,
(leueinl Hiiiinger. (leu. l'lissengcr Afieiit.
CHESAPEAKE &, OHIO RAILWAY
(LTUVi: 11. &i V lllirOT, SIXTH ANP1ISTS.)
1 1 il5 A. JI. For till way stations, Lexington,
Ky., Louisville, clnelnnntl, Columhus, St.
Louis. Daily except Sundny. ThrouRh
I'nrlor Cnr to Whlto Sulphur Springs.
11 A. JI. For Newport Nows, Old Point Com
fort nnd Norfolk. Daily except Sundny.
5:45 I'. JI. For Louisville, clnelnnntl, St.
Louis nnd Chlcngo, connecting for nil
points West, Not (Invest nnd Southwest;
fast express dally; does not etop for local
thiishiess; through Pullman i-ervlco lo
Loiilsvlllo and Cincinnati.
For tickets nnd Information apply nt C. X O.
Hallway olllce, 5111 Pennsylvania nvcnuo,
under National Hotel; Va. Midland ltnllwny
union, 001 Pennsylvania avenue, and II. & P.
II. W. l'ULLEIt,
(leneral l'aseiiKcr Agent.
C. W- SMITH,
FltANKTliKJd, N. 11. Passenger Agent:
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
Oiinndnrtcr,nrNi:i4,lSS5, tiulnswlll leavo
fiom nud tirrUo nt nth nud Ilhts.
Depot us follows:
Leavo Washington I) a. m. nnd -1-115 p. in.,
dnlly; nulvnnt llelmont PntL 10:51 a.m. ami
11:211 p. m; l.eesliurit 11-01 a. 111. iuul(l:U(l p.
111.-. :u rive al ltoiiud Hill at 11:111 a. in. nud
Ilotinulug, leavo ltoiiud Hill (I O.'I a. 111. and
11.0!) p. m ; pass I.eesliun 11:12 a. III. audtillU
p. in.; llelmoiil Pai k (1:5 1 n. 111. and U'fiS p. 111.,
iiiul nrrlxo ut Wellington ut 8,:i5 n. in. and
Spuclnl exour"lon rates and Sundny trains to
ltulinont Park. .Moulldy and eommiitatlon
rates to nil points.
S. M. llltOI'llY.Snpt., Aloxnndrlu.
I!. J LOl'IvWOOD, PaKs. Ant., hl)7 Pa. nvo.
DAILY LINUTONOIU'OLK AND I'OUTHKriS
Motimo. Htonmiirii (lenigo Loniy and
Eicolslor, eoinnii'iicliiB JIny 0, 18S5,
Olio nt thcfio inpulni hieiuntirs will lene
Hovontti-Btrcet wlinir DAILY, txeept HUNDAY,
ut 5 !!() p. 111, For pnrtleulniB liuiuliii nt (Join
pnuy'M olllce, 7th m. whnrr. Tt-lcphono No,
7lb-:t. W. P. WLLOII, (lonernl Agoiil.
I'OllTltlOHMONIiOU AND NOHVOLK.
I'l ItH r-OI.A WS )'A 111:, 1 1: ItOlTN I) Till P. t ).l.
Hli-mniT J,, NF M()MI.I-:Y MoiiiUv Wwlnto
ily nml huluiilu, Rl h-il i. 111.
l-Ki-iuv;!. mill rmiins L-ouimt t fli-iurm OlUct
BUlli-Mii tt lmrr. 'Icloiihiiiinihll.tH,
POrOMAH HIV Kit l.ANDIMIS.-HlPMlitT
TllOillMON Sloii.luy, WrJnmiluv Riiil Frhtuv ul
7. m. Mil
tfOOD ANO COAi .
WilAUVlU) AND HAIUtOAU YAltD
12th nnd Wntor Hts, s. W.
lllUNlllt YARDS AND OFl'lOKB.
(donneclod liy Toleplione.)
1202 V stteet iinitliweat,
1515 Hovonlli ptreot nortliwost,
17-10 Peniitiylvniiln nvo. northwest,
1 112 Nlmli Mrcet nnrlliwest,
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