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THE WASHINGTON ORMO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 12, 1885.
. For tho bcneilt of suffering humanity, I ilcem
It only my duty to rIvo tills tinsollcltcil testi
mony In fnvor of Swift's Specific. My wlfu
lias been afflicted with Eczema from Infancy,
Wo tried overy known remedy, but to no nvnll,
Bhowns also afflicted with n periodical ner
vous licadaelio, sometime followed by un In
tcrmlttcnt fever, so that, her llfo becaino n
burden to her. Finally I determined to try
Swill's Specific. Sho commenced soven weeks
ago. After taking tho first largo bottlo tho
disoaso seemed to Increase; tho burning, Itch
Ing mul Inflammation becntno unbearable
She, however, pcrsovercd In tho liso of tho
lncdlclno. After taking tho second bottlo tho
Inflammation began to subside. After tho
third bottlo tho Inflammation disappeared, and
tho soro spots dried up and turned whlto and
ficoly. and finally sho brushed them otr In nil
lmpalpablo whlto powder resembling puro
salt. Sho Is now taking thu sixth bottlo; every
nppcarunca of tho dlscnso Is gone, nnd her
flesh Is soft and whlto as a child's, Ilcr head
aches liavo dlsnpponrcd and bIio enjoys tho
nly Rood health sho has known In -id years.
No wonder sho deems overy bottlo of 0. H. S.
Is worth a thousand t lines Its weight In cold.
Any further Information concerning her cuso
will ho cheerfully Kit en by herself ut her resi
dence, 1!I5 Mullott street, or bv inc.
.roilN F. MIADLKY, 1 1 (Jrlawold st.
Detroit, Mich., May 111, 1885.
vorsnio uy an (iiuggiMN.
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iW MWCVEMTH BTBKET onTrTWBT
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
ITI'.MS 1'U)IIS(NAI. AN1 1'OMTIOAI,
m;anj;d iiuitr, ani tiiuke.
t'onfoilernto KnllslniciilH In tho
Union Army Tho ltclnlloiiH (iTUoh
crnl Jritut nml Dr. Nohiiimi t'on
Hitlnr Ofllccfl to II 0 Disposed Or
Kcnutor Colquitt on Clvll-Hcrvlco
Iteforni A Nultraxlcu Kx-Ncnnfor
(lio nccclvcr ofn Limit Ulllco.
'i'lio recent appointment ot ox-Senator
Tipton na receiver of tlio Land Of
llco nt UIooraliiKton, Neb., led a well
known politician to give- Uiu Omnlm
Ucc a littlo reinlnlscgiico of llila oxltc
publlenn Senator, "i'lpton, it will be
remembered," sulil tbe politician, "ivna
elected to tlm United Slates Senate us
altepnbllcnn. On thu last day of (lie
session of tho Sunatu In 1808, Andrew
Johnson sent in tlio nainu of Hornco
Grecloy to be Minister to Austria. The
rules of the Senate required that If any
one Senator obj ;cted to the confirma
tion on the day that the name was sent
In, It must no over one day for consid
eration. Tipton objected to tlm con
sideration ot thu nomination. Various
Senators went to him and nrircd hltn
to withdraw Ids objections so that
they could act on It, and cnnllrm tho
nomination, but Tinlon was Immov
able. IIo ald ho never would
voto for Greeley for that olllco
or any other. Thu Senate ad
journed (hat nlfdit and the nomina
tion lulled by reason of Tipton's obsti
nacy. When Tipton returned to Ne
braska Eoniu of his llenubllimi friends
took hltn to task for preventing tho con
llimatlon of Greeley. Sj much win
Bald about It that finally, al a public
meeting at Urownvlllc, ho mado a
speech vindicating lili course. Stand
ing upon tho platform and raising his
tight hand, ho said that he never would
voto for Greeley for any olllco, so help
him God. Tho reason was that Greeley
had gone on .Full" Davis' bond. In ISO!)
or 1870 Tipton's troubles with Grant be
gan," continued Iho politician. "Ills
mm was then a clerk of the consul at
Uradford, England. Thu consul resigned
and Tipton inked that his son Lu made
consul, but Piesideut Grant and Secre
tary Fish did not think it advis
able to givo him that position.
That was tho canso ot tho trouble be
tween Grant and Tipton Ills son-in-law,
Atkinson, wa3iecelver atlleatrico.
and bo also had a ton in thu Patent Of-
liec. While ho was In thu Senate- he
had a nephew and ulnro In tho Depart
ment. Yet with all these appoint
ments ho began to growl and pitch into
tho admlni trillion. Strango as It may
oem, when Greeley came up for Presi
dent, although ho had taken i solemn
oath never to voto for him for any
olllco, Tipton supported him, and
slumped Indiana for him. Tipton, who
was n Republican for revenue only,
dually went over to tho Democratic
"Talking about McGlllIcudily recalls
to mind bow ho became Indian agent at
Pine Kldge," said an army tifllccr the
other day. "McGlllIcudily accompa
nied Professor Janney in tho survey of
thu Black 11111s just prior to tho Sioux
war in 187G as topographer of tho ex
pedition. Jauuoy's report was to tho
effect Hut tliuro was no gold In paying
quantities in thu lllaek Hills. McGll
lIcudily, however, did nut hesitate to
statu from Ills own ki owledgo of thu
ground that gold existed (hero sut
licieutly to pay for uiluliiz It. During
the Sioux campaign of 1S7II General
Crook came in contact with McGlllI
cudily, and derived a great deal of In
formation from tho careful maps which
ho had madu of tho country, which, by
tho way, aro still on lllu in tho
Inloilor Department. They are said
to be Uiu best nnd most circ
fully diawn maps over forwarded fioni
tho West. General Crook was very
iiiueli Impressed with Dr. McGUllouddy's
ability, and ilnally asked Dr. Summers
It ho could net make room for another
contract, surgeon in order to glvo Dr.
McGlllIcudily a place, as ho would be a
useful man to tho military in that sec
tion of the country. 'I know nothing
of his medical ability,' said General
Grook, 'but I do know that hols pos
sessed of remarkable executive capacity.
The thoroughness of his topographical
work eonvh cc mo that ho would bo
thorough in any duly assigned to him.'
Dr. SommeiB Imppi'iud to have a va
cancy, and ho aecoiduigly tilled It by
appobnlng Dr. McGillieuddy."
Senator Colquitt of Georgia has this
to say of ono of tho livo questions of
Hie day: "There- is r-ne thing abouLeivll
service reform that tho country does
notsiom to takui'pgui.aucu of. Peoplo
don't slop to consider that tho men In
olllco aio ot one political party. For a
quarter of a century thesu men havo
secured overy olllco. Secured them at
a time when tho opposite party was In
a minority, but had tho popular major
ity. If men of the Demoeratlo party
had been given an opportunity, If there
had been an rnual dietrlbiltlou ill the
premises, then it might be considered
wrong to turn men outof olllco to make
room for others. Thomas Jefferson ap
pointed men of Ids party to olllco be
cause PiO'ldcut Adams bad packed
tho iilUces with Jefferson's opponents.
No, lr, It is reform of the Civil
Scivieo jibt now todlslilbutothoolllces,
not allow men who wero put In there
by one partv to i cumin as long as tlioy
may live. 13ut, of course, this Is simply
conversational and not said for an in
terview." A gre.it deal ot Indignation U being
aroused among the friends of tho lato
General Grant,saystliullrooklyn Whim'
correspondent, becauso of tho attacks
being uiadu upon tho Hov. Dr. Now
man, pastor for many years of tho do
ceased hero. Thu attacks aro madu by
claw of correspondents simply on ac
count of tho intimacy which oxistod be
tween tho ex-President and tho pastor,
giving l lio latter superior opportunities
forJuirnlug thu inner llfo of thu doad
s lilier. They seem to think that tho
good doctor has defrauded them of
fcoinelhlug which belonged exclusively
to tlicin. General Grant's friends hero
remit t llieso attacks with hot Indigna
tion. They claim that Dr. Newman
was present nt Mt. McGregor on tho
express Invitation of Goncral Grantand
family to administer consolation to a
dying man audi his grlof-stilekmi rela
tives; iliac It was nobody elsu's business
than iIiojo Immediately concerned; that
Dr. Newman had not made himself
offensively conspicuous, but had dis
charged his duty to his expiring friend
In u plain, slmplo manner, and that
none except human ghouls would or
could assail him under tho circum
stances. Said ono gentleman: "Tho
aflectiou ot General Grant for Dr.
Newman was like David and Jonathan,
and that tho doctoi's presence at Mt.
McGregor was a great consolation to
tho dying man and his bereaved family
I happen to know myself, nnd so do
many others in this city. My wiatli
surges and bolls almost boyond my con
trol when I think of these dastardly at
tacks upon a devoted servant of tho
Master and friend of tho great com
mander. After the fuuoral Is over Dr.
Newman will bo thoroughly vindicated.
Thcio has alwajs been a (suspicion
among tlioso familiar with tho disposi
tion of ex Confederate priiouots that a
considerable number of thesu prisoners
unlisted In the Union army in the ex
pectation that tin y would have an op
portunity to deseit to thu Confederato
llney. It can be proved from tho re
cords of tho War Department that two
Illinois regiments wero recruited to n
considerable extent from Confederate
prisoners coullned at the time In Camp
Douglass, Chicago. This enlistment of
Confederates took plaeo In 1802, prior
to tho general exchange of prisoners.
This Btatement Is sustained by n com
munication from tho War Department
to Captain Hiram It. Enoch, formerly
of Itockford, 111., now a resident of
IJaltlmoro, who, In 1802, was provost
marshal at Camp Douglas?. Captain
Euoch at tho tlmu kupt a private regis
ter ot an tnu (jonieueratu prisoners at
that post and of the disposition of them.
lie lui3 luruislieil a transcript ot that re
cord. Prom tho olllclal records of thu
Adjutant-Goncral's olllco, In the report
as to tho number of Confederate pris
oners of war conllncd at Camp Doug
lars prison prior and subsequent to No
vember 1, 1802, with the disposition of
tho came, It appears that out of tho
prisoners there wero enlisted In I lio
United States army prior to November
1, 1802, 212, and subsequent to Novem
ber 1, 1802,1,135. Tho Ar'jutautGeu
cral notes that In tho majority of cases
tho Federal organization in which these
men enlisted Is not uhown by tho re
cords on llle. Tho private register of
Captain Enoch, however, docs show
tho regiments in which these cx-Con-
fcilerates wero cnimcti. rue entry m
Ids book made at tho time, relative to
thesu prisoners, is as follows: "Enlisted
in thu Twenty-third andSlxty-ilfth 111 i
nois Regiments, 220." It is possible,
therefore, that of these 22!) Confederate
recruits for tho Union army some may
havo received pensions.
"All the best ofllces abroad havu been
rilled," says Austin In Ids Washington
correspondence, "but It Is now an
nounced that there remain about 200 or
so small consular olllces which pay
small salaries a bare living which aro
still unfilled. And for good men to fill
theso there is really a demand. Tho
State Department has been nil along
the center of attraction among those
wanting nlco, easy and ailstocratic
berths. There havo been many candi
dates for nearly all the State Depart
ment olllces abroad which pay anything
above $2,000 a year, and thoro has been
little trouble to 1 1 ml men willing to ac
cept positions abroad which pay $1,500
a year. Theso places aro lillud now,
and about all there is left in these 200,
paying in fees or salaries no moru than
$1,000 a year. Tho Department ex
presses tho determination to find for
these good men. Just how it will suc
ceed hi getting good men who will go
abroad and duvoto four years to pro
moting American commerce at starving
salaries Is difllcult to understand. It is
tho Intention of tho Statu Department
to send only good tnuu abroad, men who
will work hard for thu advancement of
our commerce. Of course a man who
will be wortli anything in such a posi
tion can earn inoro than this beggarly
salary at uonie."
Minor News Noted.
Huskln's condition is not improved.
Lord Houghton, thu poet and otitic,
Emperor William his an 1 veil at
There wero G00 deaths from cholera
In Marseilles last week.
Lord "Wolscley has been raised to
tbe dignity of Viscount.
Many nersons vlslt"d General
Grant's tomb at Kiversb'e.
Over 10,000 Christians havo been
miusicred ill tho provinces of lileudiuli
and Phyycn, China.
Caidlnal Manning Is ab mt tu issue
a pastoral letter on thu tnbjcct of thu
English Criminal bill.
Cholera has appeared In six moro
Spanish cities. Tho death list Is In-
cieaslng In Marseilles.
Chauncey M. Di'pow siya that
thoro will bo an amicable settlement
soon of the trunk line dllllcultles.
Tho net earnings of tho Louisville
&, Nashvillo Kailroad for tins year end
ing June HO, 1885, wero $108,000.
Tlio Itoyal Commission, with tho
depression of English trade, Is being
uisparagcu iy an political parties.
Tho Wabasli Kailroad committee in
Loudon havu Issued n schemo of reor
ganization for approval of tho share
holders. Largo bodies of troops will uuard
thu railroad travursed by the Czar,
owing to tlio reported activity of tho
Tim Spanish Government claims to
havu Information ol' a plot among Span
ish refugees in England to nssasslnato
Lord Salisbury, who is dtafting the
Queen's speech proroguing Parliament,
will maku It n manifesto In favor of the
It was announced in tlio English
House of Commons that a committee of
Inquiry into tho affairs of tho Admiralty
olllco has been appointed.
A uniform rato in Europo of llvo
cents a word will probably bo accepted
by thelnterimtloual Telegraph Confer
ence, IntcsKlon at llcrllu.
ItCEolittlons expressing sympathy
with the Ameiiean peoplo in tlio loss of
General Grant wero passed at a large
public mretl' g held in Sydney, Aus
tralia. Thorn h no dellnlto cluu yet to tho
Identity of the murderer of Albert II.
llerriek, tho llrooklyn inuiehant, yes
terday. 1113 stepson continues under
refrigerators, carpets and furniture sold on
weekly or monthly rayments at Smith's, 41U
Now Jersey avemiu northwest.
Do not bo deceived s ask for and tako only
II. II. Douglass A Kens' Capsicum CoukIi Drops
for CoukIw, Colds and Soro Throats. D, H. nuil
Trade tynrk on every drop.
1VIIEKI.IS Ol' FATE.
Wo mot wltliln a font and nt a fair,
Whorofora dltnoOior price was fur from
Anil In a ilress wlilcli gypsies never wonr,
uno ioki my loriuuo on a wucoi oi niio.
Oil, littlo wliccl, bo kind to mo,
And malic my futuro fair toeeol
Thinking of lior whllo rldlmr on my wlioel.
Ana wonaritiK suouiu x novur bco tier
Musing how strango and queer sliomndo mo
I "toolcn liondor" nt her vory door.
Oh, big, brlKht wliool It was not moot
To lay mo thusbdforo her fcotl
They helped mo In, for I was 6 tunned nnd
My poor bumped head tlioy kindly tried to
And on ray dear ono's form again I pared
Jly heailgrcw hotter and my heart crow
I thanked you for your shabby trlek,
O, shatnclcsH wheel, so bright nnd quick)
And after that, its I rodo by each day,
I used to bow, to stop nnd then to wait,
Till finally 1 always rodo Hint way
And never farthor tlmn tho littlo gato.
O, how you loaned ngnlnst that gnto
In tlioso bright days, big wheel of fato!
Tho lent how can t over toll tho rest?
Onodny, thoglnddcitdayof all my llfo,
With daisies In her hand and on her breast.
Tho "gypsy girl" boenmo my own dear wlto.
l'or ornngo Howers aro out of dato.
Hut daisies look llko wheels of fato.
Tlli: INUlCNIOim YANKF.K.
Homo ItciunrknbloTliliiKB to lie (Soon
nt (lio Noveltlott Exhibition.
Tho coming Novelties Exhibition,
says the Philadelphia Times, is already
an assured success, so far as tho ex
hibition of interesting recent dis
coveries and inventions is concerned.
Tlio board of managers havo received
over three hundred rcriucsts for space
and applications nrc still pouring In on
Secretary Wiilil at tho rato of from
eight to ten a day. "Tlio demand for
spaeu already exceeds that at our dis
posal," said hu yesterday, "and at tho
present rato wu shall probably have
three hundred moro applications before
tho opening of tlio exhibition. Wo will
cut out all comparatively unimportant
inventions and restrict tho articles ad
mitted to those wh'ch shall possess tho
qualifications of novelty nnd merit." It
wasllrst the intention of tlio managers
to call tho coming exposition "In
ventors' Exhibition," but that tltlo was
anticipated by tho London exhibition
and tho present name was clioscn.
As Implied by tho title, "Novelties,"
It is tbe intention to confluo the ex
hibition to such products, processes,
and machines as possess distinctively
now features and to present tlio most
recent discoveries and Improvements In
tho sciences, arts, and manufactures.
Medals and certificates will bo awarded
for the most meritorious exhibit?, and a
'Grand Medal of Honor" is to bo given
to tho Invention which the judges shall
detormluo contributes most largely to
tho wclfaru of mankind.
Among tho exhibits for which ar
rangements havo already been mado
will bo ono by tho Wotnon's Silk Cul
ture Association. Thoy will clvo acorn-
nlctc renroicmation of tlio art of silk
culture in every stage of development,
from too ogg ot mo sine worm to tlio
finished product of tho loom. Begin
ning with tho egg will be shown tlio
feedinc of the silk worms, the sninninir
ot tho cocoon, tho operations of wind
ing the cocoon on tho reel, twisting tho
rcoieu siik into inrcaus auu ayomg ana
wcnvlng them into ribbons, hiuidker-
cldufs, silk broadcloths and tho like.
Another will ba an exposition of tho
capabilities of water-gas as an agent for
producing ngut, power, aim neat, wmcii
will be shown for the first time. "This
exhibit will show," said Secretary
Wahl, "how, tlirouglui slnglo system
of distributing pipes laid in tho streets
of our cities and towns, tlio houses may
ho supplied with heat, light, nnd power
for all purposes. Tho light which it
will furnith surpasses tlio electric light,
and its cheapness is an important
Ono ot thu most remarkablo exhibits
will bo tho Eelstcr printing press, which
win no siiowu tlio urst tunc in puuuu.
It Is claimed that this machine is, fed at
one end with an endless roll of blank
paper, prints it on both sides, folds,
pastes and covers tho printed sheets and
turns. out nt tho other end pamphlets,
bound and ready for mailing, without
the touch of a human hand, at tho ralu
of llvo thousand an hour.
Another featuro will bo a collection
illustrating advances In photography
uiuauiiuiip uuviiiiui; iij i'iiuiu;;iii'iij,
which will Include the rccont achieve
ments of Frederick Ives in tho produc
tion of Uochromatlo pictures, which
means the production from nature of
colored objects of photographic pictures,
in which thu relative Intensity of tho
soveral colors is preserved, a thing
hitherto impo slide, 'lids exhibit will
also Include thu advances that havo been
made in producing actual color pictures
by photographic and mechanical.
The air-brush, an ingenious invention
which was shown nt the New Or
leans Exhibition, will also bo here. It
cousins of an atomi.er held lu thu right
baud, which, by thu aid of compreskd
nir, obtained with an air pump oper
atcd by tho foot, distributes liquid
pigment upon paper in such quantities
ns tlio artist may desire, tlio amount and
character of its distribution being en
tirely within the operator's control. It
performs tho same functions as tho
brush and pencil, but in a moro expe
ditious manner, nud, it i claimed, even
moro delicately than the most skillful
band. Portraits nnd crayqu drawings
can bo executed with tho air-brush in n
very short time.
The Lawson non-esplosivo boiler will
bu for the lirst lime placed ou public
exhibition, It is tho intention of thu
Lawson Company to put lu n large
steam generator of from 200 to 300
horse-power in order to demonstrate
their system. It Is claimed that this In
vention has resulted In a practically in
oxploilblo boiler. It will bo subjected
to thorough tests whlluatthu exhibition.
Thu same scale of prices for admis
sion has been fixed that prevailed last
year. Slnglo admission will bu llfty
cunts and ten coupon tickets will bo
sold for $3.50. School children, whon
accompanied by teachers, will bo ad
mitted for fifteen cents each, Iho teach
ers paslng frco.
A scries of musical and other enter
tainments will hu given in tho main
auditorium in tho old depot, thu samu
or last year. Airangoinnnts havu been
mado for a restaurant in tlio building,
and also for a "'inodol coffee house."
Tho exhibition will open September 15
and continue seven weeks, closing Oc
tober 111. It will not bo open ou Sun
Nervous Debilitated .lien,
You aro allowed a fret trial of thirty tiny at
tho nso ot Dr. Dvo's Celebrated Volfalo llelt
with lilectilo Suspensory Appliances, for tlio
speedy relief and permanent euro of Nervous
liobllfty, loss of Vitality and Jlnnliood, and all
kindred troubles. Also for many other ills
cases. Complete rcstointlon to health, vltt'ir
and manhood Kunrniileed. No risk Is Incurred,
Illustrated pamphlet, with full Information,
terms, cto mailed freo by uddresslllK YPltalo
licit, Co., Marshall, Mich,
Tlio tVlekeil I.i'KlsliKorH.
London, Aug. 12. Tho Society for
tho Suppression of Vico has employed
detectives to shadow overy member of
the House of Commons and report the
houses vUltud by them. Tlio members
aro furlou?, but they nro aft aid to com
plain for fear of Increasing their noto
riety and making It nppcar that they
aro ashamed of their actions.
Tho listlcsMicss in tho House of Com
mons at this fng end of tho session was
Illustrated to-ulglit, when tlio only pur
sons present at thu opunlng prayer, be
sides tlio attendants, wciu thu chaplain
and speaker. Plvu hats of members
wero lying on tho benches, so that their
owners wero consliiictlvoly piesent,
but beyond that thcro was no evidence
of tho existence of tlio governing body
l)roxcl,3Irgrnii itCo, unit YVohI Hlioro
NkW YoitlC, Aug. 12, Tho virtual
success of the plan for tho transfer ot
tho Now York, Weft Shorn & Huffalo
Hallway to tho New York Central was
anni unced yesterday in a circular let
ter issuod by Drexel. Morgan it Co.
Tho ,dato fixed for closing tho books Is
August 25, which is exactly ono month
from thu olllclal publication ot tho
terms proposed by Mr. Vnndcrbllt.
Warming Up JInuiI N.
I'noviDKNCu, II. I., Aug. lii. Mr.
Robt. llonner arrived in town yesterday
morning, nud. accompanied by Hair,
tho driver of Maud S., went out to Nar
ragansctt Park to sco the maro exercise.
Sho was given ono or two miles In slow
lime. It sho is in good condition she
may possibly bo sent to boat her iccord
hi thu course of tho week.
I'llmlicil Uuro Too OKcii.
Vienna, Aug. 12. Dr. Z. Slgtnondy,
nn experienced tourist, who recently
published a book on "Tho Danger of
Alpine Climbing," lias been killed, fall
ing over a prcclpico after climbing tho
Plc-do-La-Noy In thu Hautcs Alps,
which bad hitherto been considered nn
Client Knlliiu Opera.
NlJW YoitlC, Aug, 12. On Filday
last tho directors of tho Academy of
Music received a cable from ,T. II. Ma-
plcBou closing a contract for a six
wccks season oi Italian opera, begin
ning October 20. Tho terms agreed on
are not known. One of tho conditions
imposed is understood to bo that admis
sions shall bo at reasonable prices, $3
being mentioned m tlio highest price.
Tlio KulNor nml (lio C'.nr.
Bkulin. Aug. 12 .A meeting of tlio
Emperor William and tlio Czar of Rus
sia lias bcuu atrangud to take placo
I HAVK been a pcrodical sufferer from
Ilay Eever (a most annoying nnd loath
some allllcllon), slucu the summer of
1870, nnd until 1 used Ely's Cream
Balm was never able to llnd any relief
until cold weather. I can truthfully say
that Cream Balm cured me. 1 regard
it as ot great value and would not be
without it during tho Hay Fever season.
L. M. GKOitaiA, Uinghaniton, N. Y.
"Alttomoy Dairy Wiiruiiii."
l'rash Aldernoy hultcr, churned overy morn
ing and dollvcrcd la Hi ft. "Ward" prints. :i5o.
per D. Also cottngo cheese, buttermilk nnd
swootmilk, Go. per qt. Cream, 15o. per pint.
Ewry Htraln or rolil uttnckK Hint uriik
nnd nearly prostrates )ou.
BEST TONIC -i
Strciigdicim tlio MiucIcm,
SIcnilltH (lie Nrrvrn,
Kiii'lcliCHllioltloort, Given Neiv Vigor.
Dn, J. 1,. MTEns, Falrflplil. Iowa, furs!
'llmwns Iron llittcra to tlio bent Iron luodlrlnA 1
Iiavo known in my :k oam practice. I lmve found
it epccfally bncllctl in nervous or ptiysfcal filiatis
lion, and in all rtcliilitatinir allmoiits Hint hoar nn
heavily on tho trfltcni.Uso It frooly in my own family,"
Ocnnluo has trado mark and itoshccI red lines on
wrapper. 'J'likn no other. Miula only lr
I.iDirs' Hand Hook useful and attractlvo, con
taining list of prizes for reciiii-s, Information alwut
colnn, eto.t Riven away tiy all ttoaters fa meillclno, or
lnailetl to any addrcus ou recciDt of 2o. etamp.
HC. JD. JBJ&J&-&J,
1111 PENN. AVE.
o?Di'iio'dliii anil TronsciiBss
Of my own liiiortatlon,nuivreeelved. Gentle
men, plcaso call, limpeet unit leavo your ordcru
at tho Leading Tailoring Ebtnbllshment of
waBiiiiigton. nest, uooua. nest, Trunmings.
Nono but llrst-elasa workmen employed at
1111 I'ciiuBvlYuula Aveiuio.
IMPORTEK AND TAILOR.
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
SOMETI IING NEW.
1). W. CLIXili'S
Combination Lutter Sheet & Iinvcl
ope. For Letters. Notices. Hills. Stntemenls. Clreu-
lars. 01' nil sizes, lit boxes of i!5, 50, 100, HW.
WO nud 1 .ikk) each.
Will llWponso lth Kuveloiies.
Will Snvo Weight In I'ostngu.
Vlll Savo Tlmo ami Troiibhi.
Tho postollleo fctiunPHWlll show dnto ol do
livery. J. W. WATKItS,
Solo Agt, for Wniihlnglon and Alexniidrhi
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
THU UUIsT IH Tin; uistiuot.
SAMUEL G. PALMER, Afjcnt.
1321 TWKNTV.NINTH 8TIEF,T NORTIIWtBT
I iTJ .oo t"!I
lUil I i tl -
Sprai ai Siiiiur
For Qencratlnrj Steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For llcallnrj by Furnace.
For Heating by Latrobe,
For Open Grates.
KOll BALE JJV TUB
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
4(1 Uushols, Uruohod 1'I 70 I
25Uueuol9,(Jrueuod 'i GO
ttarUcllvercd to Any Part ofWashlnnton or Gcornelown.-iGiu
DAILY MNKTO NOlllOWC AND lOUTUKHB
Monroe. Hloatuora Uoorgo I.onry and
Kxeolelor, commencing Mny (1, 188S,
ono of thoflo populnr summers will leavp
HovonthBlroot wharf DAILY, oxcopt IJUNUAY,
nt 5::i0 p. tu. For particulars lnrjtilrn at Com
pany's o Men, 7tli ul. nhnrr. Telephone Mo.
7-15-il. W. 1'. WlILOlf, Oonoral Agent.
I' OW JWllKH
J K0IlTllKK8M0Nll01"..ANn NOItFOtK.
VtlLHTVLfSm VAUFH: HOUND Till IMi. all,
Hicnier JANK MOHKliKY Mondny, Wcilncs
ilftv nml Hnltirilav nLft::ui it. m.
rW3HK(! nun rooiun nrcurvu iiicnrrni uiuce,
Blxtli-ntroct wliiuC. TeleilioiiflrnU,ui.
I'OTOMAU JtlVRlt J.ANDINIIH.-Hlrninei
T I IOM I'HON JI ondnjr, W (Mludidity nnd Friday nt
7 m. mil
A MALT LXTltAOT.
PUKE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BURCHELL,
1325 F STREET.
PEA0E! PEA0EI PEACE!
WILHON'H OKLKUllATKD WIIIHKY,
DUFFY MALT WIIIHKY,
IIOYAL OI1KAM AND OAUINIST WUIHK.Y,
Cor. Thlril ami A NlrM'l . it.
BROWING & MIDDLETON.
Wholesale and ltetall Dealers In
Groceries, Fine Wines,&c.
A I'uro American Wliio. Alt tho host Forclcn
Conllals anil Hitlers. Wo nro also Agcnto for
Uio celebrated OI.Y8M1U WATUK, and
Calvin Shafcr's Wild Cherry Rook and Ryo
1IA1M10UU & IIAMII.TON,
WlioloflMlo Flour, AVI lio and Grocery Mor-
(111 to OKI I'niiiiu. Avoiilio.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisiouu an
J, o Droit llulldlnt,-, 8th unit 1'Hts.
Largo uud Small (Juaiilltles. Strictly on
Commlssloii. 1'rlvate Wires. Constant Quo
tations. Olllco open from 8 a. in. to 5 p. m.
TOWERS & GMEff,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Northwest,
Transact a General Banking Business.
Deposits Subject to Check.
Special nttoullou given to Departmental nud
other Collections: lluy nud bull U, U, Uouds
nud all District BccurliloH. Wo lesuo
Drafts and Circular Loliors of Crodit
on burojw and tho East.
B. L PLAIN & CO., Brokers
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum,
Ut. Cloud UullillnK, Ninth unci K St.
WA81IINOTON, U. 0.
(Jlty Ileforonci'B Nntlonnl llnuli of tlio He
public, Olilcago Ooriospoiiitenis M1LMIN1J, IJOU
MAN fc CO.
Constant iiuutatlons of tlio Chicago ami New
York Markets from direct private wires.
V. 11, LILL1IY.
T. A, KKNDIO.
P. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
HOT V BTUKET N, W WASHINGTON, 11. 0.
UltANUII OFl'IOK-l II. UollldavHU Unltlllioro
MOrS ANO SHUli
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELTON, Jffl
VIA HBYKNTII STIIKET,
Uuder Odd.l'ellowif Hall.
13. 0. Dill fa fine Shooa for ladlcan specialty.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
AltaiY XSV KAYY UEADQTJUlTEUS,
Hour frou Tiro Escapes,
rEUMS$3.00 and 84.00 "Par Day,
IIS IK) CSC.
1 1. Kt'ROPHAN PLAN.
Pennsylvania avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Special rates for Summer Months.
CLINTON llOUSi:, 7TII AND I STS.
li w; tlrstelass tablo board and largo
rooms at reasonable rates; location central.
w.m. u. inavi.oii, iTom-icior. JJU-II
OT. JAJIi:S' 1IOTUI
Sixth street and Pennsylvania aveiiuo.
1323 F Street N. W., Opp. thu Elibltt,
WAMUINdlON, 1), 1.
tTUo Olarondon, Saratoga hprliiEO, N. Y.)
C, LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
It Is Easily Ipltcd,
It Makes a Uuick, Hot Fire.
It Docs Not Burn (Jut tho Urate
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
40 Uuahols, Not Crushed (2 00
uanuohois,Motutuehcd u uo
BALTIMORE &J3HI0 'RAILROAD.
KO'llKDUtiK IN HITKCT HtJNIIAY. MAY
,1885, UNTIL KUIITIIHII NUT1CH.
Leavo WnshliiKton from Btnllon, corner Nov
Jersey uvcmiu and O Htrcct.
l'or Clilcajjo, JO a. in, and HMO p. tn. dally.
Tho 10 a, in. Is u Fust Limited ICxprom m
l'ltlsburu and Clileauo, nrrlvlnit In PlttsbnrK
nt7:.'lop. tn Chleaco next morning nt 8:5ft,
No extra faro Is charged on this train for font
fur Chichiiiall, Iioulsvtllo and St. IOtilmlully
at :t:.'!(l p. in. and 10:10 p. in,, with (hrntiah
I'oaulics mul I'alneo Bleeping ears to nboro
Points without cliuiiei). ll:no p. in. train Is n
last limited train to Clliclunail mid Ht lmla,
arriving In Cincinnati next morning nt 7:15,
Ht. Louis U:.'l() p. in. No extra faro la ulmrged
on this train for fast llmo.
For riltHburg at W a. in,, with l'arlor Cur,
nndlMOp. in. dally to l'lllHlmrg, Cleveland
and Detroit, Willi sleeping cars to l'lllshurg.
Kor llaltlinoroou week days 5, ll;lo,(l:IO,
7::tO, HUH) and JO.or. a. in,, J'JMO, l:'2T, il:15
riftmluuto train), .'I::i0,'l::io, '1:10, 5:10,0:10,
7, H:- and 1 1 p. in.
For Ualtlmoroou Ktimlavs-llilO, 7:flO, H:.'IO
nniUO.05 n. in., 1:'jr,, i:;io, JlitlO, djIO.fiilO,
0:10,7, :'.:" nnd Up. in.
l'or points on tho Kheiinmloah Vnllny Hull
roud ami points .South, ll:'J5 u. in, and 1MO p.
in. dally. U:'2r u. in. train lias Pullman
Blooper from Washington to Now Orleans.
l'or Aiinnpoll.i, (1:10 a. in. and 12:10 and
'l::uip. in.; on ijuuduy, H;:io a. in. and 1:10
l'or way Blallon.i between Washington and
Il.ittlmoro, 5, (1:10, 8:.'lll a. in., l'J.IO, 'MM,
1:10,7 and 11 p. in. On Hundays. a::io u. m.,
l:ilo,:i:o,.lilo,7nnd 11 p. m. I'orstntlons
ou Jlelroiiolltnu llraneh, 7:'J,'j a. in. and 11:15
p. in. dnlly, except. .Sunday, and 5:30 p. in.
dally: d:IO p. in. dally, oxcopt Sunday, for
principal stations on Metropolitan llraneh;
rem n. in. canyon nuniiny kioph ill all sin
tloiis; for f.oxlngton, ntnuntoii nnd Vnlloy
llraneh, H:IO a. in. dally, except Holiday; for
Frederick, 8:Ioa. m.,'l:10 p. in. dally, oxcopt
for local HtullotiH between Washington and
(lalthcrsbtirg, lli;UU p. in. dully, except Kun
1'orlliiKcrstowii and Winchester, 8:10 a. in.
dally, except .Sunday, and 5:110 p. in. dally lo
Iliigcrstowu; dally, except Uiinduy, lo Win
chester. Trains arrive from tho Wont dally, 0. 7:'20 a.
in.. 1:15. (1:110 p. in.
l'roin Annapolis, H:.'lo a. in. mid 1:50 una
5:25 p. in.: Sunday, 10::ir, a. in. and (1:!I5 p. in.
From Lexington, 5:U0 p. m. dally, oxcopt
From Frederick and Intermediate points,
8:25 u. m. nud 8:15 p. in. dally, except Sun
day. Trains lcavo llaltlmoro for Washington nt
5:10, (i:U0,7:'JO, 0, tf.05 and 10:.'lo n.in., 12:15
2:U0, tl, d, -1:20, 5, DUO, 8, 1) unit lip. m. Ou
Hundiiys, (l:!10, 7:20, 0 ami 11.05 a, in., 1:!10,
2::io, .1:20, 5, OitlO, 8, () and 1 1 p. in.
Alt trains from Wnshlngton slop nt llelay
Station, except 1 :25, !I:I5 and (1: 10 p.m.
For further Information apply at tlio Haiti
moro A Ohio ticket olllco Washington Stn-
t Ion. (110 and lilol lViinii. avu.. corner of J till
st., where orders will bo taken for baggage to
bo cheeked and received nt any point lu tho
city. O. K. I.UKU, (l.r,
II. DUNHAM, den. Mini., llaltlmoro.
TU T1IKN0KTII, YtVJil AND H0UT11ITKH1.
BOnULU TUAUK. KPLKNDIl) BOKNMtY
HTEliL HAILS. MAONU'IOLNT KIJUH'MENT.
lNKPrr.oTJUNB '21, 1885.
Trains lcavo Washl net ou from station, comer
of .Sixth and It strectH, iih follows:
Forrlttbburcand tho West, Chicago Limited
I'.xprcas ot t'aiuco bleeping cars iittiiDU a. in.
dally; KaslLlno, l);G(ia. in. dally to Cincin
nati mid St. Louis, with Slccplnc Cars from
Ilarrlsburc In Cincinnati mid Hotel Car to
tit. Louis; dnlly, except Saturday, to Chicago,
wlUi Sleeping Cnr Alloonato ChlciiKO. Chi
cago and Cincinnati Express at 7:10 p. in.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chi
cago and lliirrisburg to Louisville; connect
ing ut Ilnrrlsburg with Western Kxpi ess with
through BlccpeiH for Clovclaud and St. Louis,
l'aelllo I'lxpress, 10 p. in. dally for rittshurg
nnd tho West, with through sleeper Ilarrl?
burg to Chlcugo.
IIALTIMOIIK & l'OTOMAO UAILltOAU.
l'or Urlo, Cannndalguu, llochostcr, IltifTalo, Nl
ngara, 10 p. m. dally, except Saturday, with
I'ul.iro Cars Washington to Itochosler.
l'or Wllllamsport, Lock Haven mid Klinlrn,
11:50 a. in. dally, except Sunday.
l'or Now York mul tho Kast, 7:15, 8:!10 an
11a. in., 'J, 'I, 10 p. in. uud lt!:15 night. C
Sunday, 8::i()a. in'J,.l, l(p. in. and lU:lfi
night. Limited Impress of l'ullin:ui I'arlui
Cars 1): 10 a. in, daily, except Sunday.
l'or lloston without change, '2 p. in. every day
l'or llrooklyn, N. Y., nil through trains conncc
at .lersoy City with boats of llrooklyn Annex,
affording direct transfer to l'ullon blrccl,
avoiding doiiblo ferriago across New York
l'orl'lilladelplila, 7:15, :JJO and 11 n. in.. 'X,
'I, (I, 10 p, in. uud 12:15 night, (lu Sunday,
H:;iu a. in.. 15, d, (1, in i). in. nud 1-2:15 night.
Limited Kxprcss, 0:10 a. in. dally, except
l'or llaltlmoro, ::i5, 7:15, SSHI, tl:l(i, 11:50, 1
li. in.. l'J:05, '2, I,. I :'jr, -1:1(1,(1, 7:1(1, 1(1 p. in.
and 12:15 night, on Sunday, 8::io, 0:5(1, 11
a. in., a, -I, (1, 7:10, It) p. in. mid 12:15 night.
l'or l'opo's Creek Lino, 7:15 a. in., and d:I0p.
in, dully, except Sunday.
l'or Annapolis, (1:U5 a. m 12:05 nnd -1:25 p. m.
dnlly, except Sunday. Ou Sunday 1 p. m.
ALEXANDRIA ,fc l'ltUDEltlOKSllimtl RAIL
WAY AND ALLXANDU1A ,fc WASH
l'or AloTJuidrla. 0,7.0:25.11:01 and 11;:1H
a. m., (J5, d:2(l, d:l5, (1:25, 8:05 nnd ll:i!7
p.m. On Siinduy ut ll, 0:25, ll:ui n. in.,
8:05 p. in.
l'or Richmond nnd tho South, (land 11:01 a,
in. dally and d:15 p. in, dally, except Sunday.
Trains lcavo Alexandria for Washington 11.05,
8, 10, 10:10 a. in., 1. :!.()., ;i:2;i. 5:10, 7:05
nnd 11:115 p. in. nud 12:1(1 midnight, except
Monday, on Sunday at 8 and 10:10 a.m.,
7:05 nnd ll::i5 p. in. nnd 12:10 night.
Tickets nnd Information at tho onico.northcnxt
corner of Thlrtcrnth street and Pennsylvania
avcnito, ntul at tho station, whero order can
bo left for tho cheeking of baggage to destina
tion from hotels and residences,
CIIAS. 13. PUllIf, J. II. WOOD,
Ucnernt Manager. Ocn. l'nssongcr Agent.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LHAVK 11. & V. DKl'OT, SIXTH ANDIISTS.)
11:15 A. M l'or all way stations, Lexington,
uy., Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, SI.
Louis. Daily oxcept Sunday. Through
Parlor Car to Whlto Sulphur Springs.
1 1 A. M. l'or Newport News, Old Point Com
fort nnd Norfolk. Dally except Sunday.
5tl5 I. M l'or Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
Louis nnd Chicago, connecting fur nil
points West, Northwest nml Southwest:
fust express dally; docs not stop for local
hiilness; through I'ullinau ecrvlco to
l.nulslllo uud Cincinnati,
l'or tickets and Information apply at C. ,fc (J.
Ilullwiiy iifllcc, 5i:i 1'rniisvlviitiU aveiiuo,
under National Hotel; Vu. Midland Hallway
oflleo, (101 rcnusylvniila uveuuo, ami 11. &V.
II. W. FULLER,
General Passenger Agent.
0- W- SMITH,
l'RANIv TH1H1, N. K. Passenger Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN R. R.
On and after JUNK Id, 1885. trains will leavo
from and arrlvo at (ith and lists.
DeHit us follows:
Lcavo Washington 1) n. in. nnd .ltf.ln. m .
dally; arrlvo at llelmont Park 10.51 n.in. unit
li.ni.; Leesinirg Jl:(il a
nnivoat Round Hill at ll:t:i a. in. uud
Returning, leavo Hound lllll (I.OJlu. in. unit
11:01) p. tu.; pass Lceshurg (1:12 a. m. nud 11:10
p. in.; llelmont Park 0:5 1 a. in. and 0:58 p, in.,
and arrlvo ut Washington at 8:115 a. in. and
5: 10 p. in.
Special excursion rules and Sunday trains tn
llelmont Park. Monthly uud commutation
rates to all points.
H. M. 11ROPHY, Supt., Alexandria.
K. J. LOCKWOOD, I'ass. Agt., 507 l'a. avo.
WOOD AM) COM.
WHAUYL3 AND RAILROAD YARD
12th and Water Bis. 8. W.
UIIANOU YAIUI8 AND OFFI0E8.
(Ootinected by Tolophona.)
1202 F Htreet notthwoat,
1515 Hovontli street nortliwost.
1710 Pennsylvania avo. northwoet.
1112 Ninth street nortliwost.
Oornor ;ia aud K etroots northwest.
my -H :i VrtimavivauiA ayo, nouttmoet,