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THE WASHINGTON OKECTO, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, 1885.
Tor tlio benefit of sulTcrlnjr humanity, t deem
It only my iluljr to t-lvo this unsolicited testi
mony In fnior of (Jwlfl'n Spcclllo. My wlfo
has been nflllt toil with Kezeina from Infancy.
Wo tried every known romody, but to no avail .
Sho was alio nllllctrd Willi n periodical ner
vous hcudarhe, sometimes followed liynnln
tormlttcnt fever, bo that lior llfo hecamo n
bunion to hor. Finally t determined to trv
Swift's Specific. Sho commenced soven weeks
nvoi After tnklnn tliu first lareo bottlo tin)
dlscaso seemed to Incrcnso; tlio burning, Itch
Imk and tnllnminntloit beciunn unbearable,
alio, bowovcr, pcrjovcrcd In tlio nso of tlio
tncdlclno. After tailing tlio second bottlo tlio
inflammation liejtnn to subside After tlio
third bottlo tlio Inllnmmnllon disappeared, and
tlio soro spots dried up and turned wlilto and
scaly, and llnallv sho brushed tbom ott In an
impalpable wlilto powder rcninbllng puro
salt. Sbo Is now taking tlio sixth bottle! overy
nppoarnncn of tlio dlscaso It cono, and her
Iloshlssoltnnd'tthltons a child's. Her head
achos linvo disappeared mid Bho enjoys tlio
nly good licallb sho has known In 40 yearn.
No wonder she deems overv bottlo ofS. S. S.
U worth a thousand t lines 111 weight In cold.
Any further Infounatlou rnncciiilnif her capo
will fiochcci fully clvcn by hriself at hericsl
dence, 1!ir Mullelf Bticct, or by me,
.10I1N I'. HltADI.ilY.dl (Irliwoldst.
Dotrolt, Mich.. May JO, 1885,
For niilo by all tlniprelstn.
Till! HWIKT SI'FCIFIOCO.,
N.Y., 157 W. !iUd st. Drawer .'l.Atlantu.na.
KUl'Tiritn I'OHITIVHI.V OUIIKD
iiVTliniT.lPit TlillS'l CO. of Now York and
l'hlhulolphlii. Tlio only Hi m la tho world who
ilaro Guarantee tho euro of lliiptiuo. Dr. C. W.
Durnhani, thopicat Truss Fxpert, .-'encral sit
porlntondcnt, is now at tlio 81'. MAltU IIOl'KL,
corner I'cniisylvnnl i nvo. and Hcvciith St.,
Washington, 1). C. Ho rlvc3 examination nnd
advice Jim, and free trial of 'fnissei. Call or
sead stamp for circular and bo cured. Jco-lm
Who lias ctvon 1il llfo to hopeless luiffcicri,
can bo consulted at No. 712:1 12th st., Wash
ington, D.O. Specially: All Chtonlo Diseases.
C'onsullntlou fee, SI. A few testimonials:
j: "Dr. llebbard has but fowlf any superiors In
tho medical lino." lltooUijn Kanle.
"Dr. Ilebbatd Is a medical writer of high ro
puto." Sno York Herald.
"A nhvalclan of thorough cclcnce, extended
knowledco nnd largo pi aellcal experience.."
H'm. L'diall. President
Dr. llebbard iacontnuallv discovering now
methods of s.ivlng human llfo." VhUaUtlph la
i'resi. . . ..,.,
"Tlio doctor lsono of tho most skillful snr
neons and competent medical advisers In this
country." Sap Haven (67.) Palladium.
tenia earnestness to heal tho sick, open blind
oyos, unstop deaf c.ivs and savo tho dying."
VroeUUna I'm. ... ....
"Boston Is pioud to bo tho homo of this colo
bratcd physician, bo long a worker for human
nectU. Jloston Iei aid. ,
"Dr. Hebbard hasmado now contributions
roccnlly to medical sclcnco which promlso to
bo of grent Interest." Jloston Tiaullcr.
"Dr. llebbard Is utterly nn original man
tbopioductof his own energy and, wlillo ho
works for tho piesent welfaio of thopeoplo,
ho is almost superhuman In his efforts tomako
ull suro of a happy fulmo."- -Th Soilh Amer
ican Jlevieio. Jolo-tf
"Dr. ncuuarit is woriuni; wim mu muii. m
Heals Sines. Ito
Btorcii the Souses
nml S in oil. A
iiulclc Hollcf. A
CltKAl I'.AT.M has gained nn cnvlablo
reputation, displacing nil other preparations.
A particle, is applied Into each nostril; no pain:
ucrceablo to uso. 1'ilco HOo. by mall or at
diuggUts. Send for circular. W.Y llHOTHERS,
Druggists, Owego.N. Y,
A NEW DIBCOVEW.
JinmodtatorollorforOohl In th I'ftiii Bore
Noso, ilAtarrh (dc 10c. ii box. V wlo Py nil
it a pteatnnt, ture cur.
br toratcbiagi etmaM
If plD-wormi xltsit'
I ITCHING PILES.
llrn nvlirtKU..A vlf'limnf i nut li nil In DludiMlcd
culnK Pioiniitiiro Decoy, BrvoulI)cL')ll, l.nt
Manliaoil, .Sc.luivInK trird In vnln ovjry Inoiin
wblfli ho will wnd I lir.t: tiililfollor-iitljrore.
WyckofT, Soamans & Doneillct,
VTniilitiiRiiiu Ollli'di dor. Ktb nnd 1'Bln.
Drew's New Drug Store,
.NINTH AND l'llNN. AVf.NOB.
aropeti all ntglit.
C .A. .3? 33 TX3ST O-S.
Has Jn etocU a full lino nr Onrpetlnge, oil
i'rinlnHOllclotliH, Oocoa and Hiraw Mattlnes,
Also latest tlym In Wall Paper. Window
HtSSlos and onrwiu Ooods. Wlro window and
Door soman.. pI0EB MWi
420 ninth arnr-ET NonTiiwnaT.
jlIAVlNH IlKOICNTLY I'lTTKn UP
Photo-Engraving Katablinhmoi t,
lu coanectlou with my PATENT I'ltOOJrBS,
jeffo'StlnONTAT NltWYOHK P1U01H.
l?hotfl5?phliiBOii Wonrt for ihoVradc.
41S KUCVENTH HTllKlin NOHTHWHT
(. tt.b-4. r.U. f-W-MI ta'km"ll-2
IN THIS 9IUUNINO.
Tho General moved restlessly, mid bis
oyca for n fow moments gnacd Intently away
through tho trees whero n now day was bo-
Binning." Mt. McClrciror correspondence.
H was morning on tlio mountains,
And tho faintest Hush of day
Btolo In across tho trcctop",
And kindled fur nwny;
And tho weary oyes grow brighter
As tho curtains woro withdrawn,
Wbllo nfnr they looked and walled
Tor tho coming of tho dawn.
Hut coming In Its beauty,
With crimson and with gold,
Tho cyos woio all too wcaiy
Us brightness to behold:
And when tho growing splendor
l'ourod Its glory ovor all,
It was morning on tho mountains
whero tho shadows never fall I
-ll'rof. II. 1 U-ggett, In 'Ion's Herald.
SIh! huiilml at, lln; liolol of our qtilut
vlllnf'u mi H.iiimlitj iimrnlii;,'. .Slit; ap
pealed to In- :i joutif; lady of about two
or tliteu nml twenty, iillglillv nbovu tlio
nieilluni liclj;lit, o( pL'ifuct form, with
lurc, plcnlng black uyes tuul a wt-ullli
ot iiiun tii'spcslloatlngovor hor aliou'd
eic A Lit ;o, canvas covor'tl trunk
followed Iter Into tlio hull, anil, after
she had been hIiowii Into ihu pulor,
tho rcUler, with pen and ink, was
brought for herbliiatnre. Shu nodded
plea'tinlly nodded with a unite that
completely captivated the Impressible
clerk anil then, In a very pretty Ital
ian hand, wrote her name "Miss Clara
Dubois, I'lilliuMplii.i, l'eim."
Later, as tlio landloul politely efeort
ed her to the mipper-iootn, fthc Inform
ed him tliat she had heard of hU luniso
that. It was (inlet, nml well kept, and
that fcho had eonie for a short reit and
rc3pltu from Urn din and turmoil of the
Tlio jjood host was fateful and very
glad the young lady had honored his
liou-n with her presence'. lie would
do what, ho could to make hernttiy com
fortable and acrccaulo.
Very soon Jlifr, Dubois got acquaint
ed with the Kitesfs of the hou-o and
proved heifelt as intelligent, and enter
taining as she was pretty. She played
well upon the piano forte, but did not
slug. She. played chc$?, too, though
there was only one patty In the house
to play with her.
Hoarding at tho hotel was 51 r. Aaron
Huntly. lie kept the principal Eton; In
the vlllige, and was also our postmas
ter. He was a man of live-and-foil,
rotund and good looking, anil bad been
a widower for ten yeaiv. Ho had been
a Fiiccessful trader, and had been fate
ful of his money, which he wotphlppid.
And It was Mr. Huntley who pDyed
chess with Mlfs Dubois. Ho was a very
fair player and sho was rkillfnl. Yes.
sho was certainly fond of the company
of Mr. Huntley, and It is not to bo won
dered at that ho should becuiiw fond of
her. Hlio was nrcttv, she was witty.
she was Intelligent, and sho had strong
common souse, and furthermore sho
was young and buoyant. What more
could he ask iu a wlfi? It ho thought
of dower, her conversation of herself
had convinced him that her futber was
One evening Aaron Huntley came
from the put lor, wheie lie had been
playing chese, radiant. Ho had pro
posed and had been accepted He
managed to keep tho eweet, bitted se
cret for four and-twenly hours, and
then ho let it out to tin landlord and
was congratulated. Tins stmo-kioper
was hnnnv. I In walkeil 'as ono who
trod on air. lie v.is smiling and graci
ous to his customers, and even goner
ou. After IhisMiss Dubois was much at the
ttore, and, In her playful, hippy way,
she assisted often lu tlio poitnlllue,
which was a square room pirtltloned oil'
in ono corner ot the building.
And to tho days went on nml Aaion
Huntley was certainly tliu happiest man
In tho village. But one morning a
thunderclup fell upon him. lie went
tohUstoro and found the lear door
ajar. Ho wont to Ids fate and found
that It li.id been opened and tho money
all taken tlio savings of yeais! l'lilly
$10,000 had been stolen from tlio safe.
Mi--s Dubois waseaily at tho store
and when sho had heard of hor lover's
loss sho endeavored to console him.
"Don't worry, dearest," sho said.
"When tny father cjine-, I can ho'p
yon. HthlslnsR citpplcs jou It shall
onl v ho for a time."
"lint, Clara, I would not, have It ap
pear that I niairled you for your "
"Naughty niiiii, hush! Will you not
lot me love- you a little?"
What could he say moie?
When tlio Rtnitoui lived that evening
an old genii -man, with white hair and
beard and wearing nn enormous pair of
green spectacle?, was helped out, and,
leaning heavily upon Ida stout oaken
stall", hobbled into the hall. Ho signed
his name upon tho icgi;tcr hi a lioinb
UiiK baud, "Dr. Setli iJutnbiw, N. Y."
When nipper was Hushed Miss Du
bois took Mr. Ilunllev's aim and ie-
tiled to the pallor, ni.d piotOhtly after
ward l ho white haired man named Dr.
Unnipus followed them. Tliu two hail
seated themselves upon tho sofa, and
tlio latter took a scat on aelmlrbeiween
tliem nnd the door, and ar the samo
tlmo a stout, dirk-faced man, In a free-aud-eiisy
suit of blue llaiiuel, had
stoppud upon tliu threshold and was
standing hi the open iloorwny.
Miss Dubois saw these two nieii ?avv
tho portions they had taken and her
teeth came together Willi a snap and
her lips wcro ouuipros'od and pale.
"Sir," said fIio, addressing tlio whltr
hahed man, "you staio at mo ns though
you bad met mo befoio." And as sho
spoke her right hand htolo down by her
fide townrd tlm pocket of her dress.
"Look, tny dear, and see If you don't
lenicniber no." Willi this tho wlilto
wig was lifted oh", tlio green spectacles
and the wlilto beard icinoved, revealing
a compact, sinewy, keen-eyed man of
In tho next Instant Miss Dubois Inula
pistol In her hand, and was cocking It;
but tho man in tho chalrand tho man at
tho door had both been watchful of her.
They were upon herbefoie she could do
any mischief, and after a sharp, furloiu
struggle a struggle lu which tlio two
strong men had sovcio woiktodo a
pair of racket lions were upon her
wrl'ts. . .
Mr. Huntley for tlio seconii tunc
that day had been thunder-struck, so
compltioly struck thai nil power of do
fending hl promised wile was lost
him, and tin did not even iccover his
power of speech until tho Ignoble Irons
bad been snapped upon her wrists.
"In tho nanio of mercy," ho at
longth gasped, "ft by do yon treat a
lady thus ?''
;A ladyl That's good! Say, you
arc Anion Huntley, ain't yo?"
"And was robbed lat nlghtf"
"Ye-oe, Elr." , ,
"Well, lam Captain Joyce ol' tho
Now York detcctlvo force, and this fair
companion of yours has been giving mo
consldetalilo of a waltz lately, as ho can
"Ye. sir tin, Didn't jo evtr hear
of ono John llopert, otlierwlsn called
"I have road In llie papers of a big ie
ward having been oll'eied for Liverpool
Jack," answered Mr. Huntley, wonder
"Well," lettirned Capt. Joco, "hero
wo havo him as laigo as life, and lie
would bo full as natural If It wasn't for
this femlnluo masquerade. Oh. hu'j a
kern ono, ho t.s, sir; but I fanny we'll
sing him a Ming of Sliuc Hlnir uo'iv, and,
If I alu'r greatly out, we'll llnd ) our lost,
money fur yon. '
And so Aaron Himtlov lost a wife,
hut he repaint d his $10,000, though It
vas a long, long time lufoio ho ie
gained anything like lii-t old ptldo and
self-coniplncency, for ho had, Indeed,
for four week", Ixtii wasting tlio lovo
of his tender heai t upon ono of the most
accomplished rogues that over crowd
tho Atlantic to Amorica. St. Paul
11 1 li KEGA.TTA. cojiauxDci:.
Tlio I r Action In ItCKiiril to the WnNli-liiKtoitM-Tlio
Tho Cohimbl.is leave to nlglit for
Ho.-tou to take pait in tho national
Tlio joint eouimltteo of the three
boat chilis has mot and settled every
thing in eon 'lection with tlio coming
Potomac legatla. The. Washlnglons
havo been excluded. It is now Inter
esting to seo whether they will bo al
lowed to eomii In and bear their share
of Hie expense after being kept out
until cciy question in regard to tho
ogatta has been decided. The circu
lars havo boeii pi luted, but neither tlio
Washington Club, nor any of its mem
bers appear on the chcular. Tlio
club Is snubbed and totally Ignored.
Yet. pevoial of Its prominent members
havo been askul to cnntilbuto medal.
It has been claimed by some of the
committee that there, has been too
much noir.spapor talk on tho subject,
anil th ii. they do not propose to bo In
llueneal by It. Tin: Chitio has had
very 111 tie losav on' tho subject, on ac
count ot a feeling ot delicacy, but it
lias about, made 11(1 its mind that It Is
time to print a few facta that will be In
Mr. Hirilnetou Klt'gcrald of tho
Philadelphia Hem, usually o very cor
rect about, nts Dealing matters, lias got
ten Duck'oy of Stlcm, the professional
oirsmai), mixed up witli Buckley of
l'ort lind, I no amateur. uueKioy, nie
professional, rowed at the Fouilh of
July i ogatta at Boston
Tliu Atiahutans have borrowed ono
of tlie Columbia's four-oared gigs, and
aiegolng to enter a junior gig crew at
Port Monroe. It Is a question whether
their own gin -Is not faster than the
second gig of tho Columbian, which Is
still' enough to carry a very heavy crow.
The racing yesterday, both tit Sum
tomiiiiul Iirlghton, was of a very ln-
foilor quality. The managements nt
Monmouth and Uiishtou have post-
nonod to (lav out ot rcMH'ct to tliu
memory of U uncial Grant. Tho racing
at Saratoga continued tins morning.
Pliallas' laco with Harry Wilkes for
$1,000 at Philadolphlaon Thursday Is tho
next event in trotting circles
Monday's programme at Monmouth
Is a groat one. Miss Woodford meets
not only Loulsetto again, but. tho great
three yeai -old "Wanilii one of tho best
of P. LorillardM Morteniets, at 100
po mils. l'Yooland Is also entered.
Since Ilinkrupts virtual breakdown
Ban Po'c has boon looked upon as
probably tho host of the Western two-vear-old?.
Monday, at Monmouth,
Ban Pox meets for tho llrt tlmo tho
two vcar-old cracks of tho Kist, Port
land'und Electric, and tho race will bo
worth going a long way to see.
Games In a number of places wero
postponed yesterday on account of rain.
The Nationals woio among tho unfor
tunates lu this respect. The scorns of
tlie games which wero piayeu yester
day nro as follows: Chicago-New York,
8 to a; Clnclnriati-Pittsburg, II to 2;
St. Louis-Bohoii, fi to II. Hronklyn
Athletlc, 10 to 8; Detroit-Providence,
!l to 2.
The Obleagots turned the tables upon
the New Yoiks yesterday. Their bat
tins' was very fiee, while tho New
Yoiln could not lilt a Hula hit and
made a number of costly errors. Uov
Hill and liW stall' jttt wont about the
i Igbt tlmo to seo the game. If they had
been there yojtcHay they would not
have been so much t-dillcd.
1 0, 119
(lames l.ot l3ra'J7B',3Q'.1lll2.'ir.'31
Tlio positions of tliu sovctal olubs arc
uncliaiiKuil, oxropt Hint tlio Nownrkf
Imvi) tuken tliinl position
How tlio Itccortl NtnmlN.
St. I.ouls M
Cinctinintl .... 41
Ht. I.ouU U)
lhl (fall M
MarrlflKo liconsus havo licou l-sued to
Josupli (Jeurarl and Mniy Soliluttclior;
Itoliort llntlor ami Pranri's Tubman; 0.
0. aartlner and Amilo It. ICnaloy.
Tho uavf jierfumo sco beautiful stoiy hook nt
ilniB stores freo. Kastman'H Aloha l'crfnmo,
rcfileerators, carjicts and furniture Bold on
wceklv or monthly iiaymcntH at Smith's, 'I1!J
Now Jersey nvcnuo northwest.
AkIc Vour DriiSBlHt
To plyo yon our beautiful ttory hook, "Lcgond
of Alolia." Kastman's now pcrfumo, Alnlin.
I)o not bo deceived ; nik for nnd tako only
11. II. Douglass & Sons' Capsicum Coimh Dropa
for ('ouifhs, Colda nnd Soro Throats. 1). S, and
Trado Mark on ovory drop.
"Aldurnoy J)nlry Vnp;onn."
l'rosh Aldornoy liuttcr, churned every morn
ing nnd delivered In 15 lb. "Ward" prints, U5o.
per lb. Also cottago checso, buttermilk and
swcot milk, Go. pcrqt, Cream, ino. per pint.
TH MT ML
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at tho Leading Tailoring IMnbllshment of
Washington, llest (loods. l!ot Trimmings.
Nonn but flrst-i'lnss workmen employed nt
11 1 1 Pennsylvania Aveuuo.
H. D. BARB,
IMPORTER AND TAILOII.
A.. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
Tho Boys' Olothiors,
1)01) lT.NNUYIiVANlA AVDNUK.
A MALT DXTHAOT.
1'URII AND KCOUOMICAI.
N. W. BUBOHELL,
1325 F STRCET.
P1IA0KI PEACE! PEACE!
WILHON'H OKfiEDUATDD WniBKY,
DUFFY MALT WHISKY,
KOYAL OltEAM AND UAUIMUT WHISKY,
t'nr. Tliinl nml A NlrMf . c.
Wholesalo and Detail Dcalcr.i In
Groceries, Fine Wines, &c.
A Tiiro Amcrlcnn Wlno. All tho host rorclim
Cordials and Hitlers. Wo aro nlso ARenM for
tho celebrated UI.Y.SAtlU IVATIIU, and
oalvln Shafer'a Wild Cherry Rack anil Ryu
ll.VltllOUU ii HAMILTON,
Wholosalo l'lniir, Wlno nnd Ororury nlor-
Oil to 010 I'oiiiin. Avmiuo.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions an
I.c Droit Dullilliif,-, Hlh and I'Strt.
Largo and Small Quantities. Strictly on
Commission. Prlvato Wires. Constant Quo
tations. Oftlco open from 8 n. in. to 5 p. m.
TOWMS & CtEEEE",
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Murlhwcst,
Transact a General Ranklnn ntislnrss,
IDoposita SubjQOu to Oheck.
Hpsclal attention gtvnu to Doparlinnutnl and
other C'ollei'llous: liny and Hell U. H. Honda
and all District Securities. Wo Issue
Drafts nnd Circular Letters of Crodit
an kuropo and tho East.
B.L PLAINS go. finbm
15 rain, Provisions, Petroleum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and V St,
WAHIUNO.TON, 1. 0.
(ills' Itefdioncot Nfttbmiil Dank nt Ibn lie
public. Ulilut0 Oorrospoiiilimta MILMI.NU HOD
MAN k 00.
Ooustant quniatlona nt tliu (llileago nnd New
Yoik Markets fiom direct tulvato wires.
If. li, LILLEY.
P. B. Liiley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1427 V HTltCUT N. AV WAHIUNOTON, D. 0.
IlIlANOII OFFIOK-4 H. HnllldnvHt,, llnltlmnni
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
.VU3IY XM NAVY HEADQtJAllTEnS.
tour Iron Tiro Escapes.
rEnMS$3.00 nnd $4.00 Xev Dayi
IX EUltOPHAN TLAN
1'cnnsvlvnnla nvcnuo, near Fourteenth street,
bpcclal latOK for bummer Months.
GT.INTON llOUSi:, 7T1I ANI) 1 KTS.
11 w; first-class tablo lionrd and larpo
rooms at reasnnahlo rales; location central.
VM. O. NAYLOIt, Proprietor. Jyiltf
St. ,TAau:s' iioti:i
Sixth street nnd lVniiRylvnnU aveuuo.
h WOODIIUHY, lioprletor.
1323 F Strcot N. W Opp. tho Ebbltt,
WANIIINHTOX, 1. i
(Tlio Olnreudou, BaratOKA Bprlneti, N. Y,)
C. LUSEKAM, Proprietor.
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
SC'HHlim.B W THiTrxrP fltlNDAY, MAY
18, UNTIL I'UIITIUMI NOTICK.
fjoavo Washington from Hlntlon, corner Now
Jersey nrentio nnd 0 street.
Tor Chicago, in a.m. and 10:10 p. m. dally.
Tho 10 a. in. li n Fast I.lmlted lxpro?i ro
I'ltlRburg and Chicago, arriving In l'lttHburg
nt7::!()p. in., Chicago next morning nt8:(r,
Noo'ctrafatolichaiged on thU train for fast
l'or Cincinnati, LouUvlllo and Ht. I-oulsdallr
nt ihilO p. m. and 10:10 p. m with through
roachoi ami I'alaeo Hlceiilng cars to above
tiolnti without chaugo. :i:!M)n. in. train li a
tantlhnltcd train to Cincinnati and Nt bouK
arriving In Cincinnati next morning nt 7: 15,
Ht. I,ouli 0:0 p. in, No extra faro U charged
on this train fur fat tlmo.
l'or I'lltshurKat 10 n. in., with Parlor Car.
aud O.'lOp. m. dally to I'lttshurK, C'lovolniiil
and Dctiolt, I til sleeping cars to l'lltshurif.
l'or Unit Imoro on week days 5, (1:10,0:10,
7:ao, 8:::o and JO.ors a. m l!i:lo, 1:23, :i:ir
( 15-inlnuto train), :i:30, 4::io, '1:10, 5:10,0:10,
7, H:J." nnd 11 p. )n.
t'orllaltlmorooii fiiinitaya-0:10, 7:110, HMO
nnd l().o."i n. in., !:'., l:"to, ihilo, 4:10,6:10,
(1:10,7, HS5 nnd 11 p. in.
I'm-points on tho Hhcnandoah Ynlloyltnll
road nml points South, l):'J5 n. in. nnd 0:10 p.
m. dully. th'Jft a. in. train has Pullman
Blccpcr from Washington to Now Orlcnns.
l'or Annapolis. (1:11) a. m. nnd 12:10 nnd
4::i()p. in,; on ijundny. H:!!0 u. in. and 4:10
l'or way Btatlons between Washington nnd
Ilnlllmorc, 5, 0:10, 8:110 n. in.. 12:10, :i:!10,
4:10, 7 nnd 1 1 p. in. On Sundays, H:.'!0 a. in.,
l:!IO. :i:tto. 4:10. 7 nnd II it. m. rorstnllons
on Jlcltopolltnu Dranch, 7:25 a. m. and 11:15
p. in. dally, except rlunday, and 5:3(1 p. in.
dally: 4:1(1 p. m. dally, except Sunday, for
principal minions on .iioiropoiunu iirancn;
H:I() a. m. dally on riunday stops at all Bta
tlons; for Lexington, Hluiintoii mid Valloy
llraneh, H:ll) u. in. dally, except Hunday; for
Frederick, 8: 10 a. m., 4:10 p. m.dnlly, except
For local stal Ions between Wnshlnuton and
(liilthcrslmip, 12:!!0 p. in. dally, except 8un
lor HiiKerstown and Winchester, 8:10 a. in.
dally, except Hiindny, and 5::;o ji. m. dally to
IIuKorstown; dally, except tlumlny, to win
clicstcr. Trains arrive ftoin thu West dally, II, 7:20 a.
in.. 1:15. il::io p.m.
From Annapolis, HtlHl a. m. nml 1:50 nun
5:25 p, in.: .Sunday, J()::i5 a. m. nnd (I::i5 p. m.
From Lexington, 5:110 p. in. dally, except
From Frederick nnd Intermcdlato points,
3:25 a. in. nnd 8:15 p. in. dally, except Sun
day. Trains leavo ll.illlmoio for Washington at
5:10, (l:i!0,7:2(), t), t) or. nnd l()::io a.m., 12:15
2::io. I), 4, 4:20, 5, ihiio, h, li and 11 p. in. On
Holidays, HSlo. 7:20, t) and D.05 n. in., 1:110,
!!:!!(, 4:20, 5, ilitlo, B. l) and 11 p. in.
All trains from Washington nlnn nt ltnlsv
Station, except, 1 :25, 0:15 and 0:10 p. in.
I'oriiiriucr lniormnuon upiuy ni tnoimill
moto Ai Ohio ticket offlco Washington Sta
tion, 0)0 ami 1H51 I'cnna.avo., corntrof 11th
t., whero ordern will ho tnlten for haggago to
hocheeked and lecelvcd nt any point in tho
Htv. c. ic. Lonl), ci.r. .
II. DUNHAM, den. Man,, llaltlmoro.
ro Tin: noutii, ivr.STAMiKiiiiiiiniM.
DOUDLII TltAOK. RPLI'.NDID HOnNEUY
STPDL ItAILH, MAONIl'IOIINTDQUII'MENT.
iH;rrrrr jiihb 21, 1835.
Trntnn leavo Washington from station, corner
of Sixth and II Bt reels, as follows:
l'or I'lttshui'K and tho West, Chicago Limited
Dxpress ol Palace .Sleeping Cars at 0.50 a. in.
dally; Fust Lino, 0.50 n. in. dally to Cincin
nati nnd St. Louis, with. Sleeping Ciira from
llairlshurgto t'lnclunatl nnd Hotel Car to
.'It. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago,
wlHi Sleeping Oar Altnonato Chicago, Chi
cago and Clnelnnnll Dxiiress at 7:10 p. in.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chi
cago and Hnrj-Nburg to Louisville; connect
lnjt at Hat rlshurg with Western Jlxpross with
through sleepeis for t'lovelnnd nnd St. Louis.
I'.iclllu Dxpn-ss, 10 ji. in. dally for l'lttshur
nnd tlio West, with through tdeeper Harris
burg to Chicago.
DALTIMOHi: ,fc I'OTOMAO ItAlLIIOAD.
Tor Ihle, Canaudnlgua, llochester, Duffalo.NI
agiira, Kiii. in. dally, oxcept Saturday, with
1'uhiro t'ai.s Wnshliiulnii to Itochostcr.
I'or Wlllliini'pnit, Lock Haven and Ulmlra,
11:50 a. in. dallv. oxcent Hundav.
For New York and tho Hast, 7:15, 8:110 an
11 a. m 2, 4, 10 p. m. and 12:15 night. I.
Sunday, H.:m a. m 2, 4, it) p. in. and 12:15
nlglit. Limited Uxptcss of Pullman l'arlnt
Cars 0:10 a. in. dally, except Sunday.
For Ilostnn wit bout ihango, 2 p. in. overy day
l'or ISrooklyn, N. Y., nil through trains cornice
at .lerscy City with boats of Drooklyn Annex,
affoidlng dlieet linnsfer to l'ulton stieot,
avoiding double fculago ncross New York
For Philadelphia, 7:15, 8-no and 11 a.m. 2.
I, o, 1() p. m. and 12:15 night. On Sunday,
H:.'!() a. m.. 2, 4, (I, 111 . in. and 12:15 night,
i.iiiiiicu i.xnre.-s, u:ion. in.
For llalllmoto, 0.:i5, 7:15, H:!IO, 0:10, D.CO, 1
n. )n , liwri. 'J,4,4:i!5,4:io,o, 7:1 o, 10 p. in.
nnd l'JtifJ nlcht. On Sunday, H-ilo, 0:50, 11
11. in., a, 4,0, 7:10, 10 p. in. nnd TJ:15 nlcht.
l''orl'opo'n('ieel; l.lno, 7:15 a. 111., and 4:10 p.
in. dally, uxeept Sunday.
For AunupolK (l:!!5 a. m Vi 05 nnd 4:25 p. m.
dally, oxeept Sunday. On Sunday 4 p. 111.
ALCXAKDIUA & l'lIUUlUHOKSIHIItO llAU.-
WAY AND AliKXANDUIA ,s WASH-
Kor AloTjimlila, , 7. O.'J
11 01 nnd ll::i5
11. m..i:or, i-.ai. i
4:15, 0:25, 8.05 nnd 11:117
p. 111. on siuiiiay at. o, ti.uri, ll-.ni a. in.,
H.05 p. III.
For ltleliinoiid nml th'n S011II1, (land 11:01 a.
111. dally and 4:15 p, 111. daily, uxeept Sunday.
Tiuhis lem 0 Alexnndi l.i for Washington (1 1)5,
8, it), K):ioii. in., 1. !).().", :j, 5:10, 7.05
and ll:i!5 ji. 111. atidl'J:l(l midnight, except
Monday, on Sunday at 8 and 10:10 a. 111.,
7:0" aud 1 1:1)5 p. 111. and VJ:1() nlitht.
t'oiiiirnf Thhlecnth Mrett nml IVnimylvnulu
avi'iiun, and at tho hlatlou. wlioio ordeutau
bo left for tho eheeklnc of liasgUKa to desllna-
lion fiom ImtcN tuul lesldemi's.
U1IAS. Ii. 1MH1II, .1. It. WOOD,
(leim.il .MnnnKor. Hen. l'limeiiRer AK-'nt.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(I.K.Wi: II. As P. DKI'OT, SIXTH ANDll&TS.)
1 1 ilfi A. M. l'or nil way Matlons, I.exlnetou,
Ky., Louisville, Clmlnnall, I'olmnlmt, St.
I.011H. Dally except Sunday. 'IhrouRh
I'm lor Tar to Wlilto .sulphur Spilnm.
1 1 A. M. l'or Newport Nowg, Old Point Tom-
foit nnd Noifulk. Dally except Sunday.
5i45 1. Jd. l'or l.oulsille, flncinnnll, St.
Louis and ("hlcairo, (ouneelhiK for all
points went, Notthwost and Southwest;
last oxpress dally; does not slop tor local
lliuslness; through Pullmnu sen leu to
Loulsvillo and t'lnclunatl.
For tickets and Information apply at 0. A O.
It.illway ofllto, 51:1 l'eiiusvlvaula iivi'iiuo,
unikr National Hotel; V.i. Midland Hallway
olllee, 001 Pennsylvania uveiiuo, and II. A 1'.
II. V. FUI.LKIt,
C. W. SMITH,
FltANKTUKId, N. 11. Paixeiieer ArciiU
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after JUNK 1 1, 188.", trains will leave
fi 0111 aud aulM) at Oth and Huts.
Jh'lKit as follows:
I.e.ivoWaslilnclon 0 n. in. and 4:35 p. tn.,
dally; anil oat Helmontl'ntU 10 51 a.m. nnd
ll.Ullp. 111 : I.et'KhiiiK llOl a. in. find 11:11(1 p.
in.; airlvoiit Itouinl Hill nt ll:i:i a. in. and
7:18 p. m.
lteturnlutr, leavo Hound Hill (1 03 11. m. and
.'! 0!) p. in ; pass Lci-idiiirK 0:1'.! a. 111. and 11:10
p. in ; llclmoiit Park 0:5 1 11. m. and 11:58 p. m.,
and arrlio at Wii"lihiRtou at 11.05 a. in. and
Special excursion rnlos nnd Sunday trains to
llelmout Park. Monthly mid commutation
H. M. IIIIOPUY, Stiit., Aloxnndrla.
H..T. 1.01 ICW'OOD, I'uss. Act, 5071'a. avo.
DAILY LINDTO NOUKOLK AND FOUTllliBB
Moiirup. Steaniera (leorRii Leary and
Kicnlt-lor, eommeiiclni; Mny 0, 1BS5.
Olid (it lliet.ii iiopulur Meamerit will leave
tleventb-iitieot lvbart DAILY, exrept SUNDAY,
at 5 .!!() p. 111. For parttculnrs lnmilro at Coin
pany'rt ofllex, 7th t. wharf. Ttlophouo No.
7 IB-il. W. 1'. WIlLOlt, Oeneral Aseut.
J rOIU'llhSSMONltOKAND NOBTOLK.
t-'lHS1.01.AS3 PAIU.,fll HOUND TlUP.f I 89.
Hu-nnwr JaNK tlOSkLKY Mnudtv. Wednes
day and Hfiinrd.it al 6:,il n. 111.
l'9si) uml ronms fcn-urcd kt (Iviicral OOIlu.
Mill li-t.li eel wlmrf. 'ltloiilHiiioii.ll, w.
IMJI'OMAO HIVKll 1,ANI)INClH.-81famct
TIIOMrlON Tilonduy wmiiMday Bin) Frlduy ut
7 111 rl
aoan ahu com.
WHAUVDH AND 11AILU0AD YARD
1'Jth nnd Water Kki. S. W.
UltANCJII YA11DS AND UFFIOCS.
(Uouneeted by Telephone.)
1V.0.2 F stieel norlliwrBt,
1515 Hevonth tttcct northwost. ,
1710 l'Ptinaylvaiila live, uorthweat,
111U Ninth otreet norlliwest.
Oorunr tld and K Mreuta northwest.
my -it !M1 vnnsvlvanla nvo. Boutliwest,
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