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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUKSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1885.
ZEE. ID. ?Bj&JEIT1,
lilt I'lINN, aviiniji:,
Winter Overcoatings and Suitings
Of my own Imiiortntlon, now received.. Oontlo
men, pleno mil. Inspect nml loavo your or
ders nt tlio Leading Tnlloilng Establishment
of Washington. Rest (foods. Hot Trim
mings. Nona but first-class workmen om-I-lo)cd
at 1111 1'cnnsvlvnnla Avctiuo.
EC. ID. B.A.P2.P2.
Importer and Tailor.
Broadway Diaginal Over
coats. Who nml llrmvn, Suck nml Kurtout, Silk
Lined nml Worsted Lined.
E. B. BARNUM & CO
031 Ponna. Avonuo.
YOU OAN BUY
A good calfskin boot for S3 50 nt SEI.HY'S.
A bttttronu fur $J.
The hot 81.60 shoo In tho city.
Oood hat, SI.
Jtlco pair boys' pant!., Mo to SI
Cloth ton. button, h nut-sowed shoo S3.
Oood school shoo for SI and up.
Red flnnnol shirts from tio. tip, nil wool,
(lood Canton II n unci drnwi r. 50o.
h H" W. 5TT!T.'P5-5r
101 1 AND ltlll) PENN. AVE.
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE CO,,
Clmrtcrt'd liy Courtcm, 18U7
Capital. $200,000. Surplus. $164,000
NBW BUILDING, N. E. Cor. Seventh Street
and Louisiana Avenue.
AI.Tir.nT A. WILSON, President.
THUS. l'AIIKTK, Vleo-Fi csldcnt.
C. W. HOWARD, Secretary,
11. II. HAZARD, Ass't Sec'y.
National Metropolitan Firo Ins. Co.,
i OlO I'll. Aic. N. AW, Washington, 1). C.
CASH CAl'ITAI., $100,000.
EDWARD CLARK, rros.
SAMUEL CROSS, Scc'y. null-tf
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL,
7!i.', lilS, 7!i7 15th Ht. X. IV.
Itestnurnnt n la Carte.
WASH1NC1TON, I). O.
THE EBBITf :
WASHINGTON, D. O.
MMY & NAVY HEADQUARTERS.
111111 HUM FIKK KSUAl'I.S
Ti:iOIS$,n( mid $1.00 per Day.
Pennsylvania avenue, near l'ourtcenth strcot,
Special rates for bummer Months.
CLINTON 1IOUSK.7TII ANII I STS.
li w; first-class table board and largo
rooms at rensonnblotntcs; locationcentr.il.
WM. O. NAYLOR, Troprletor. Jy!l U
T. JAMES IIOTKL,
Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenuo.
L. WOODHURY. Proprietor.
iii:ai. wixi: i'aiu.oicm,
ii23 a st, oitosite iticas house.
Around the corner 15th nnd O streets.
pt23-tf Washington, 1). C
1323 P Street N. W , 0pp. tho Ebbitt,
IVASllINOTON, U. C.
(Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springy N. Y.)
C. I.OSi:iCA1I, Troprletor.
Cancer of the Tongue.
A Case ltcsoinhllii'T'Iliiit or Gun. Clrant.
Somo ten yearn ago Tliad uscroliitous soro
on my right liaiiclwhleligavoinogro.it trouble,
mid under tho old tlmo treatment healed up,
lmt It had only been driv , Into tho system by
tho usu of potash nnd men ury. and In .March,
3882, It bioko out III my throat, and conceu
trntid In w hat somo of tho doctors iallo.1 can
tcr, cnllngthioiighmy cheek, destro) lug tho
loof of my mouth and upper Up then uttaeked
lnytonguo, palato and lower lip, dustro)lug
tho pnlato and under Up cutholy and half my
touMic, eating out to tho top of my left check
bono nnd up to tho left eye. I could not cat
any solid food, but subsisted on liquids, nnd
my tongue was so far gono I could not talk.
Such was my wretched, holpless condition tho
llrstuf Inst October (1881), when my friends
enmmeneidglvlngmosvvltt'shpecl'.lo. In loss
than a month tho entlug plates stoppod nnd
healing commenced, and tint fearful nperturo
In my i heck has been closed nnd fll inly knit
ted together. A process of anew under lip Is
piogiesslug finely, ami tho tongue, which was
utmost dcstioyid, Is being lecoverod, and It
see ins that nnluiolssupplvlngn uuwtnnguo.
1 1 an tnlk so that my fi lends enn re idlly m
ilcixtand mo, and tan ulso eat solid food
ngnln. If any doubt theso facts I would refer
tin in to Hon.. John 11, Tra)lor, Statu Senator
of this district, and to Dr. T. S llradiloid, of
La (.'range, Uu,
JIUS. MA11Y h. COMER.
r.a fiiange, Oa., May 1 1, 1HH"
TreatUo on lllood uud Skin HHcasos mailed
"nir.swirr srr.rino co., Drawer 3, a
ontu, lla, N V , ir.7 W. 23iUt.
ITeud. A 1 1 ay i
of Tar.lo, Ilvar
A quick lU'llcf,
CltllAM 1l.VI.9l lias gained anemlablo
rcrutiitlon, dlsiil.itlng alt other preparations.
A article Is applied Into taeli nostril! no pains
agieeabloto use. Piku fidu. by mill or at
druggUts. Send for circular. EL.Y 11R03.,
Druggists, On ego, N. Y,
ItEUMiV I It If 14 Ailcllniftf ninth fill In nniilpn.
rauditiir irnnitiirti Docnj, hi nouietllty, Ix
Mdiitm id, .lo., liiitiuK Iriftl In aiii evry Vnowrt
riiviW,ltK4(liMiit rod (iiiiiiiijliiiioAtinn'fcilf-ri.rt),
which he will ft ml 1 JU I, lulililottofniTUTM,
Aildj mi. J.I! UHUVI H.ilChathiiiuht fw,iji.lN
A NttW UiaCOVBKV,
asr.siiiir 33 1
Immedlato relief for fold In thoHo.id, Soro
Nose. Catarrh. &.o. lUo. u box. Tor salo bv
zn iTnimin mi in
a ii viiiiim n.. ,f
j all druggists.
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
What Becomes of tho Old Furniture-
at tho Capitol.
An Anecdote of tlio Lata PostmMtar
GRANT'S DISLIKE OF HIM.
Tim DullrH of thn Appointment Clerk
of tlio Troiisiti-y.
Wlillo nt tlio Cnpllol the other tiny
tho Iiullnnnpolls Journal's coriospun
dent found his tvny into a room on tho
ground lloor on llic Saute sldu, mid
observed that It was fltorod ftill of fur
nltuic of vnilous kinds dusks, clmlrs,
hoolt-cnics, lacks of every description,
wnulrobc, etc, Knch piece of furni
ture bore n tng, upon which wni writ,
ten tho nnino of a Senator. Furthur
obscrvntlon revealed tho fact Hint
there was ono ov nioro jileccs of furnl
tttio for nbout hnlf tho Sctmtors.
"Wlioso furniture Is tblsV" wns nsked
of the attendant. "Well, sir, It be
longs to the Senators whose nnmes nro
written on tho tugs,", was tho reply.
"Wheio did it come from?" "Tho
commltteo-iooins. You sco Hie com-mittec-rooins
have been refurnished,
nnd this is the old furniture. It was
sent hero for stonigo. When thoSona
tois cngngo their quarters for the win
ter they hund theli addresses hcto, and
tuts stint is delivered to tuetr nouses.
You do not sco it all in tills room.
There ate cnr-loads of It altogether,
nnd it's all worth a good deal of
money. Hut since new fimiltiue lias
been bought nnd put in the room) it is
not needed," "Could it not bo sold
nnd tlio money tinned into tho contin
gent fund of the Scnato ?" "Oh, yes,"
replied the employe, smiling, "but tlio
Senators: would not watt for that; they
just selected it as their own, put their
names on it, and bent It hcto to bo kept
until they ouleied it delivered at their
I10111.es." "Is this customary?" "It
hns been for a good many yeats, sir
us fai back as 1 can remember it was
custotnaiv. You sco tlilnirs which be
long to the Government don't belong to
anybody aiound lieio it it can bo car
ried aw ay. JCot only do tlio Senators
and employes cairy away furniture,
but ninny other tilings. ..ich Senator
is nllowed so much etra money nbovc
his salnty for his stationery. Well,
they ncnily always draw that iiioncv
nml put It in tbelr'pockcts, and take nil
tho stntioneiy they want lrom commit
A concspondeut of the Jersoy City
Arrjut, who attended one of tho Presi
dent's lcceptlons not long ago, wiltes
as follows: Tlio Inst pet son to shako
hands witli tlio Piesldcnt was a well
diesscd and intltcr stout lady, accom
panied by a youngei one clad In a full
suit of purple velvet. Tho former wlis
tho mother of tho young woman. A
trio of diamonds glistened in cacli of
her eariings, while n cluster shone like
an electric light from her bosom Tho
mother and (laughter hung on tlio oul
skitts of tlio throng until tho Inst per
son hnd disappeared through tlio west
doorway. '1 hoy then marched up to
the 1'icsidcnt alter tho fashion of a
pompous iliiun-ntajor, and enteicd into
nn animated conversation with him.
"That largo woman with tlio dia
monds," said Snrgcant Dlnsuiorc, "is
a peislstont otllcu-seeker. She has
been hcic every publle leceptlou day
for a month pnst. Her husband wants
to be collector of customs in a Western
city, and she U working his case for
lilm, uo lias long Mncu liecomo a
boie." At this instant tho President
tinned f 10111 tho two fcmnlcs, and as
they tinned to go ho faced about mil
said, in a lather sharp tono of voice.
"Jlndam, you need not annoy mc fur
ther about your husband. Tlio ap
pointment ho is after has been tin illy
settkd and no change will bo mndo.
"With this leninik lie left tho loom mid
tho lecentlon ended.
Says "Mac" olthc Philadelphia
litcord: I do not like spoilsmen, but 1
belicvoin giving even tlio spoilsman
his due. Iiiggins, tho politician, liny
be all tlio wicked things ho Is said to
bo, but Illgglns, tho appointment ricik,
is n model ofllclal. This is simply just.
Tho ollicc of appointment clerk in a
gicat depaitmcnt like thatof thoTieas
ury is a most lespouslble one. Under
foimcr adminlstinllons, pailiculaily
under that of Secretary Folger, tho ap
pointment eleik of tlio Tieasuiy was
practically tho appointing power, but
such is not the ease now. Tho ap
pointment cleik no longer appoints.
Nevertheless his olllco is" btill a very
impoitaut one. All applications for
Treasuiy olllces aio Hied thcro; all
rhiuges against incumbents go tlicio;
iippolntmeiilotlginato theie. Kvery let
ter on the subject of Iho olllces which
goes out of tho Treasuiy Depaitmcnt
bears, whatever other signature may bo
on it, tho mystic initials"!:. II." Theso
letters do not stand, as somo glim
spoilsmen think, for "Kvciy Head,"
oven if they nro In blood-coloicd ink,
but for "l.ugeno Illgglns," mid they
show that tho letters weio oilgliuilly
drafted in ids ollicc. 1 Jvei v day tlio See
retniy summons tho appointment cleik
to his ollicc. Some day s ho summons him
a uo7on nines. At tucso eoniercnces
tho Secictury tells oft tho Appointment
Cleik tlio gentlemen who mo to bo be
headed Thereupon tho Lord High
Jlxecutloncr or tlio Ttcasury ilitiw Ids
snickeisneo and makes shoit woik of
them. Then tho mimes of tho lucky
Micci'ssoiHinust bo plural In commis
sions and tlio oilier blanks in thoso
dot uuiculH tilled up. In tho olllco of
the Appointment Clerk, too, nro tho
ncoids and tho lecommeiidatioiis of all
the employes of the Department, small
nml glint, since it wns a Depaitmcnt
You can sec oven fiom this hasty sum
mniy Hint this must bo a lingo mid
bus) i tike When Sccictnry Manning
was asked how he came to appoint
Illgglns he said. "Senator Uoimiiii
iitommeudedlilm highly, that Justiiled
bis appointment. Ills olllelal work
will come under my immediate super
lslnn, If It Is not well done I .will i o
move him." Tho fact that ho has not
been lemoved, in spito of tho piessiuo
lo that end, is Hie giealest compliment
lie has cei lccelved,
In Kughind, siijh Chief .lusilco Walto,
tlio Judgis decide questions much inoio
liroiniitly and In few or wonls than in tho
I idled Stales. At Iho close of Impoil
nut enscs In England tho pioshllng
judges will often consult a moment o'r
two nnd anuounco their decision before
lcnUng thobcucli, sodlllcieut fiom tho
practice in tlio United Stat s, whero
Judges will tnko days and weeks to get
their decisions ready, mid then put
them out in Iho form of lengthy essays.
Commissioner of Internal ltovcnuo
Miller Is a Democrat and lias tlio true
Idea of tilings, says tho Washington
concspondeut of tho Cleveland Plain
dealer. In speaking of tho habit that
ninny politicians of both high nnd low
degreo have of turning over In their
politics with evety administration as
Pat Dow Hug of Toledo and Tom Jones
of Cleveland hnvo done, ho said.
"Pretty soon nfler I cmno into olllco n
clerk enmo to mo nnd inn confidential
way snld Hint ho voted and worked for
Clcclnml nml that ho was glad of tho
change of administration. 'Is Hint so?'
said 1. 'Well, jou nro Iho very follow
I am looking for. AVhat Is your imnio
nnd what Is your place?' He told mo
nnd 1 vnld: 'I'll sco that you nro
bounced immediately. If you voted
nnd woiked for Cleveland you got a
good pile for ll and can ulTnrd to retire.
Jlcshks, you would not bo reliable and
would bo ready to play tho .lud is act
on this ndininlstintlon. Good-day.'
'Wasn't the fellow astonished?' 'Of
coursu ho was. Hut what else could I
do? It had no use for such a fellow as
John It. Piench, for many yoirs
Seigeant-at-Arms of tho Senate, i chiles
a lltllo atiecdoto about Grant, which,
though coming late, Is npt. Wo II nil It
In tho Washington coircspondenco of
tho St, Paul Pioneer 1'iai. During
tlio closing hours of ono session of
Congicss Mr. French prepared an dab
oinlo lunch in his prlvatu olllco for
tho convenience of tho Senators who
wcro much fatigued by tlio long night
session. Among those who came in
were .acli Chandler, Matt Carpenter,
"rnto old McCrecrv." Hoscoo Conkllmt
nml adoen others, to whom n glass of
wlno or something u bit stronger now
and then was not at nil disagreeable.
After the Senators hnd been helping
themselves lo lids lunch for an hour
or so, Chandler suddenly remarked to
French: "Tho Piesldcnt Is in his room,
nnd 1 don't believe ho has had any
thing lo cat to-night. How would It
dn to ask him In hero?" Mr. French
said ho would baldly daro to ask
tlio ncsiucnt to uc ins guest, al
though ho would very much llko to
send him a lunch. "Oh, pshawl." said
old Zuch: "go ask him lu; ho will
conic." So the Sergcant-at-arniswent
to the President's loom and Invited
him to step in nnd have a lltllo lunch.
Chandler met Grant at the door and
escorted him into the room. As they
came In, Chandler nudged tho I'lcsf
dcnl In the ribs nnd said : "There's a
(hop of something comfortable heio,"
mid they stepped to the marble wash
stand nt ono side of tho room where a
bottle of ilno old lye stood, and Chand
ler and tho Piesldcnt each poured out
and drnnk fiom it. The Invitation to
tho Piesldcnt included tho members of
his Cabinet all of whom enmo in. Tho
last to come wns Mnrshall Jewell.
Jewell was thirsty and llrst wanted a
glass of water, so he stepped up to the
water tank, which stood near tho mnr
blo wash basin, nnd, picking up a glass
ho found there, suddenly cNcliilmcd,
"There's been whisky iu this glass I"
and pioceeded to rlnso it again and
ngnln, nnd then, ns ho turned' the Ico
cold w liter Into it, remarked,
"1 hnto whisky, mull might also
say Hint I hnto tho man who drinks it,"
Chandler and Grant, who by this tlmo
w cro seated at tho tabic, nudged each
other simultaneously mid looked into
ench other's cj cs. This may bo one of
the incidents which gradually formed
in Piesldcnt Grant's mind a prejudice
against Gencial Jewell, the outcome of
which wns his peremptory dismissal
fiom the Cabinet, The Postmaster
General hnd what most men would re
gard as pi ofouud icnson and light to
say what ho did in legaul to tho uso
of intoxicating liquor, for although ho
never used it himself In any foim, it
wns the cnuso of gi cat domestic soirow
and misloi tune to mm, ns llioso lu-
miliar with tho history of his house
hold well know.
Special Trnlii to the I'lmlleo ItaecH.
l'or tho I'lmlleo races, tho passenger de
piutineutof the l'euusjlvnuln Railroad 1ms
arranged, for the accommodation of tho
Wushlngton pations dcslilng to visit tho
fall inciting of tho Man land Jockey Club,
to urn special ttiilus, composed of tho
llncst co.iibes, to I'lmlleo, lciWug tlio SKth
Street fctnllon nt 11:30 a. in., on r.tco dijs,
iittmilngto Washington Immediately after
tho rates. Tho progriiiuino pioinlscs to bo
n very nttraitko one, all iho pionilnent
stnblcs In tho country to bo represented.
Hound-trip tlcKttswlll bo sold nt tho rate
of $2 00. (Jents' grand stand and pool
lawn tickets, $1,50, and ladles' grand stand
tickets, ISO tents, can also bo pin chased at
tho .ticket oflltes of tho company. Special
ems hnvo been assigned for ladies accom
panied by gentlemen.
An Alibi I'lOVfii.
Michael Cnuiimniigli, charged with en
tcilug thoboiiso of John Q. Wilson, under
thodlsgulso of a line mini and committing
larctuy, wns ncipiitted In tho Crlmluil
Court this morning, tho District Attorney
abandoning the pioseciitlon. It was shown
by a tilcgiain that Ciiiiiiii.iiigli waslnSjra
uuo at the time stated, and tli.it It was Im
possible to get fiom Aubtiin, X. V., to this
city In one ilaj. It lmlng been admitted
that Cavaiinaugh wasitleased from tho All
burn Stato prison on July 27, tho date of
tho loliberj, It was apparent that ho could
not have committed tho crime. Justice
MncArthur commended tho prosecutor for
his course and approved It entirely, and dl
ictted tlio Jury to return n verdict of not
giuiiy, which uiej uui, ami uiu iieieiuiaiii
Tlio l'uiinr I.eclni'CH.
Tho lectures to bo delivered in this city
l,j tho venerable Arttideacou Farrar of
London will doubtless attract largo
ni'il nppreclatlvo audiences. Tlieyaro to
bo on "l)antc," l'rld.i) evening, and "RoIh
eit lhow plug's l'oenis" Saturday evening
nixt, '1 be salo of tickets Is now In pio
grcss nt llrtntauo's nnd tlio piu chasers In
clude many of tho most intelligent ami
lilghlj-cultund people of tho city.
The It lice i'H ('oiiiIiik In.
Morris .. ration's horses arrived nt Ivy
Cltj this morning from Jcromo Park. Rou
ble S., Whlzglg, Rcrsaii and Payor nro In
tho lot. '1 lie latter pair are about Uiu best
thue-vcnr-olds In tbo country. .Mr. .Morris
repoits that iniuiy boises from tho vicinity
of New York will tomo to Washington and
skip thu llnltliuoru meetings, which was to
dnj postponed on account of the lud
refrlgeinloie, tarptts and furiiltiiro sold on
uickl) or inoutlil) pajmeuts at Smith's,
113 New Jersey avenue northwest,
(iood Teniiilui' XotcH,
Minnehaha Loclgo w 111 kIvo a calico patty
nt their lodge loom this evening.
Clements Lodge will give u musical and
lltcrnr) cntcitalimient to-iuoirow evening
hi Washington Hall.
Author Loilgo will pay n fraternal visit to
Columbia Lodge next l'rld.iy evening.
Independent Lodge his ik tcriulncd upon n
f cries of Suudav evening public meetings at
Ciopley Hall, (icoigctown.
I). P. Holloway Lodgowlll also hold a
series of public meetings.
Vrch Aldeinev butter, ehiuned tvory
inoiiilng and delivered In 1 lb. "Ward"
pilots, 40c. per lb. Also cottage cheese;
buttermilk and sweet inllK, He. per qt.
Cretan, JDc. per pint,
TimosuH or nvnciiAsiiKS,
llusy Hci'Iick ill ,v, Kiiuriiinii's lloulilo
lliociKtnni of Itiaiigurnllng tho season
with an "opening" a day duvoted to tlio
especial display of tho latest, prctllost anil
most ileslrablo goods lias so advance I
among tho largo merchants of tills city, nn I
Is meeting the approbation of tlio 1 idle) to
such nn client, Unit this J car many of tlio
merchants went to great expcno In decor
ating: mid nrrnnglng their stores for their
"fall openings," and III older to avoid tho
gicat iuh lint generally weloomns tho
opening daj-, tlio thuu for this purpose, was
extended over several d.ijs. 'llic tneiciiiiits
who nillicro to this custom, fliidlii their cull
receipts, that tho Increase of business fully
rcpti) Ihem tho trouble.
Iho first opening of tho full season Mill
jear was at Hast Washington's enpaeloiis
double combination store', No. 12lt Klev
entli stirtt southeast, of which A, Kauf
man Is propiletor. 'llils opouiug was con
suiniuatcd on the 1'itli of last mouth, mid
the rush wns so great that three iliyn hid
to tic devoted to this oieliislvo purpose bo
fore tho i remits could bo accomiuodilcd.
'Hie display of fall goods In all tho latest
patterns and stjlcs was pheuomeual, and
"PS sueh a pioimtmtcd success that tho
pioprletor has ende'avored since) to uiiku a
letitiiro of tho display of all soisouiblo
geeiils ami to constltutn every day nu "open
ing day." A visit to this cloiraut establish
ment docs not necessarily call for a purchase.
'Iho stock carried Is tolosal. A specialty
Is innilcof securing tho very latest novelties
of tho reason as soon ns manufactured,
from tho very thenpost to thumostet
penslv o nttttles, Samples of theso goods In
all tlio varieties are eonstaiitly kept In dis
play, ami It Is to Inspect the goods that a
eordlnl Invitation Ins becij extended tho
public. A corps of courteous clerks, both
lunlo and female, will take pleasure in
showing every visitor through tho estab
lishment. At tho tlmo n CiitTir repiesentitlvo look
ed hi this morning. Tlio slot a was crowded
with purchasers, miiiy of whom wero buy
ing their goods for tho winter. 'Iho dress
goods department Is up lo a high standard,
and embraces tho latest fabrics undo. A
sniclal ftaturo for this week's display Is
tlio cloak and wrap depart nient. .Some
thing very stvllsh and handsome Is to bo
seen in tho long nnd short plush coats for
ladles Xuw markets, ltuss circulars, Jcr
scj sand countless other stales. Tho milli
nery and gentlemen's furnishing depart
ments nro especially inviting, audcompiiso
nllthoveiy llncst and most saleable goods
In thoso Hues. Iho carpet and matting and
rug department Is situated on tlio second
lloor. 'Hie Btnlrwny leading, thereto Is well
flanked with beautiful carpets, neat oil
cloths, elegant rugs and n profusion of ot
tomans. An Immcnso stock of theso goods
is consinmiy hcni on iiaiiu, ami mo pur
chaser ennnot fall to bo pleased, as his or
ncr selection is ironi among ns numerous
nn assortment as can bo found elsewhere.
'Iho boot and shoo branch contains tho
cheapest, best and most durable goods In
that line, and In that branch tlio establish
ment has gained a universal popularity
thiotiguoiit Last Washington. In conver
sation with Mr, Kaufman this morning Titir
Ciiitio v Isltor learned that tho state of their
trado Is very encouraging and constantly
improving. In fact it lias so uninterruptedly
Increased jear after jear tint tvventv-threo
ckiks nro now cmplojcd hi tho stoic. Tho
carrj ingot tho vciy finest of goods and tho
popular prices at which they nro placed, has
lesulted iu tho Last Washington Double
Combination storo being sought by tho
purchasing public from all sections of tho
city. A visit to this establishment will re
JInvv Jle'ii C.'e't Sunday WlilNky.
J. P. Llmcr of 1701 Seventh stiect was
flntd $20 for selling rum on Siuul.iv. Spe
cial Policeman Samuel Thompson sworo
that a filtndof Ills met Llmcr iu a biber
shop getting shaved last Sunday, and ho
w ruto a note that admitted them through
Ids back gate. When they got lu they got
Clarence Smnllwood, a colored man who
sold Illicit whisky on tho c.iinpmeetliig
grounds above L'nlontown, wns beforo tho
Police Court tills morning, Witnesses sworo
that they went Into tho defendant's booth
nnd the accused pioditced a black bottlo
out of which they got nun. Ills c.iso went
overfill Thursday, and bo went to Jail.
Another defendant wns charged with dis
pensing tho ardent at the canipmectlug. Iu
this case tho accused was an old colored
woman named Jlnry Jano Dlggs. Several
white nicn who attended tho camp sworo
that the sneaked Into tho tent and got
wmsuy. incy iiougut ironi n man, aim
sho was not shown to bo tho piopilctor and
Acrrn lbcumatlsm Is an lull munition of
luojoims, mari.eei oy pain, ue.u, nun red
ness. With theso sjmptoms apply Silva
Hon Oil, the great pain-cure, at once. Price
2"i cents a bottle.
- - -
Hoatsvvaln Hawkins left tho Navy-Yard
this morning with ten sailors for tlio f rlgato
lhooMvu ut tho liiookljn Navy-Yard.
Thrco ancsts were made In I'.ast Wash
ington vcsttiday. Tvvm for violation of tho
building regulations and ono for assault
All of tho wharves and ship-houses at tho
Navy-Yard wero under water this moinhig
hi eonseeiueuco of tlio heavy rains last
Pcnnsjlvanla avenue, east of tho Capitol,
Is again showing signs of renewed life and
business Is rapidly picking up. Tho conse
quence is, that most business men arc look
ing more hopeful than a month or two ago.
Tho only business men who h ivu dono any
thing nro tho carpenters nnd builders, who
did a rushing business all summer. Tho
outlook for a llv ely fall and w Inter Is good.
II. II. Doun.iss it Sons' Capsicum
Cough Drops arc tho result of over foity
inrs' experience in compounding cough
mixtures. They mo tho best.
Charles llrawner, n whlto man, was ai
rested by Officer work near tho Llcventh
sticetwh.uf last evening, on a warrant
charging him with assaulting Henry Miller.
Hewasunablo to furnish collateral and
was locked up for tho night.
Sergeant James Smith of tho Pollco De
partment, who has been confined to his
homo for tho past two weeks fiomnu Ill
ness, lias reported fen duty, convalescent.
Mr. J. Scott, tho dry goods merchant on
Seventh street, between I) audi", streets
southwest, has purchased the property ad
joining his store and Intends erecting an
elegant brick storo and dwelling on tho
site. Tlio work has ahead) commenced, ns
he hopes to complete tho new building bo
Wi: snow tho most complete stock of
clothing hi tlio city. If )ou will tako a
look through our building )ou will find a
utltlcnttoo of what wo say Lkciuau
Hum., toiner Seventh mid L streets, maiiu
i. . .t.nu.r.xii fcitui.il a riitrifu-inir rorulftint If
m jiIppI I, it tcniis. b liiiiinirliiK nutiitluii. nml le
iwm-Iuk lU .'" f iho cjbU'ui, to iit,.uru tho way
OiiIcVIv nml comnletLv
Curi-H llNMi'iMla In til
it, I..I.I.,.-. 'e.tkflttu (i,
ltn furmfl, 1 U'lirlliuriit
ID .Ul.UD, ............ .., . " -.". - ,'-V' ,-
i I. titn I. anrilifcMiinil .mritln. tlm lilo.Hl.fct lliltl-
ImI... Hut HiiiM'tllu, and aia. ilio aatthiiilatloii at IoihI.
Itrv .1, T, ItossiTlll. tlio lirmuruj pabtor of tho
Mrtt lUfurmiHl Church. lUlllinoro, M J. tarn
" llavinu Ubutl llruwu's mat llltturt fur l))eieiBls
atnl Inillrniitioii 1 tako (treat i.lfaturti In rt.curu
metuliittf It hlghlr, Alstt con.idi'r it a tplnnuUil toulo
ana Invlffurttnr, and wry ttrenitthunlni, "
Htm .losrrii IJ Heir, JuUb o( Circuit Court,
Clinton Do , Iml , tayit M 1 boar uitmt chiHrfut tettl
muny to the vMcacr of llruwu't Iron llituro iol
Dltpt'lttt'a, aud iu a tomo,"
CtHiuiuohatabovuTrada Hark and croafldrd lines
on wrtpiwjr. TiiUn no sit li.-r. &ta.lo only by
UUOVV.N CUKMlCAl.e.O., iliVllMOUlAllO.
iu smfiistsTir Mti i -u
ISL' R l -I -
Ion Jbre he"
1 ho Blgnlflennco of this, our Opening, can
lie best realized by those who v Isllcd us on
this occasion. It being our llrst formal
Opening, wo wero naturally very anxious
ns to results, nnd altho' "Old Prob," threw
obstacles In our way hi tho clement of
rain, the success) w as nevertheless apparent
and doubly gratlf)lug to us, and If tlio old
"Coming ov cuts cast their shadow before,"
Surely our future Openings have cast their
shadow' and mado for us friends. As long
us tho DON MAltCTli: purposes lo push Its
business upon principles that havutlms far
pioved so beneficial and this It will do
wo can rtlyupon tho people ot Washing
ton for their liberal patronage.
PARIS PATTERN HATS.
Wo decided to maik down all of our
Pattern Hats nnd lloiincts left over from
our Opening hi oidcrto dispose ot them
quickly. Theso Hats have been hnpoited
by us directly from Paris, and nro of
unique nnd latest designs.
Our $40 Imported Hats
lleilueed to ijclT.tiO.
Our $32 Imported Hats
itediiteil to ;:;. ,-.n.
Our $28 Imported Hats
lteiliieeil to $'H.
Our $24 Imported Hats
lleilueed to $11).
Our $22.50 Imp'd Hats
lteiliieeil to $17.75.
Ill connection with tho above we shall
show a largo assortment of trimmed
Hats & Bonnets
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Theso llatshavo been mado up by our best
trimmers, tlio materials aud shapes having
been selected with great care. Want of
epaco prevents us from describing samo;
therefore, quote prices only.
$3.50, S5.25, 57, S8.50,
$10, $12, $15.
Fine French Fur Felt Hals
Latest Shapes only, nt St. 13, fully worth S.ViJ
Best Quality Anpican Fell Hats
nt $1.13. They would bo elicnp at S1.75.
A low cr grado of
American Felt Hats
atCSc. Really a bargain nt Sl.H.
( New and Elegant Shapes In
Children's Trimmed and Un
W dozen Jersey Caps, In popular shades, nt
13c, worth 25c, at
316-318 Seventh St. N. W..
Wo tloso nt 7 p, m Satuitlays, at 0 p. in.
DISIItlCTOlM (II. I VI III A ltlll I, IIS
TATK '10 III: Xtll.ll Hill NOV l'Y
MI.NTOI'TAXIIM. nil! VNII I NI'MI)
'in tin: i mi nisi iik r, koii which
TAX URN ( RIllllTCAIIW VVKUB I)-
Ortin. or Tiir Con rerun ninnm
liisTiuiT or ( on ni ,
Cltlt MltlA III HIMNII,
(lilobi'i .1, issv
It fitttnn. In obedience lo I In. uvpilroimtits
of tint ml of the 'I I, lid bitirlshitlve Assembly,
niliovitl ! linen, IKil, iMitllli'd 'Viini t toon
folic nnd iiovlilit for the lollm'tlou of all
taxes that may belli in I ears lu lint District of
(ohunhln on ami nfti r .Inly I, ISTD," and ml
thorlrlug thn governor to autblmlittbu ri'Vu
lilies fiom thesainit, Ihu ( olli'ttor nf Tnsus of
Mild IHltlit dlil Issue iiitnlii riTtllli.iitns, ns
piovlilid for III mi tlon two of said in t, fur tho
amount dun nnd unpaid fortiixmupnii retain
lenl i tnlfs In Iho said lllslrbt, levlod by tlm
fovirnl nets of tint legislative Assombly of
snld lilstikt, approvnl ii'sK..(tlvel August SI,
1S71, and .lune "o, 1SVJ, "for tho -upixirl of Iho
(lovirninent of the Dlslrli t of (ulumbln. and
for nllirr purposes," for the list at) nil sending
.Iimu ::. ml, ami Juiio'Ui. isn, and lin hiding
the ninount of pi nnllti s anil eosl ln in mil
Ami II Iiiiki, 1 ho ovvntrsof certain of said
rcttincnlcshavn diminded In writing by In
dorsement tlieicou. nfti r tho oxpbMllon of
unit vear from the ilatotbirrof, tint thn Col
li ctor shall enfoieu p ivinent of tint Hens, and
have llled tho said lerlllleales. bearing the to
iptlretl liiilorsi'ini nt. lu this oflli'it;
I Till III rillll. IIIVK I'I'IIMI MITIl I. TO Mil l IT
A1 rovrniv, 'I hat the following toiil uitnlu
within the Dlslrli tof Cohunbl I. lining iileeus
of iroperty against whleh slid oertllloitns
havitbi in Issued, ami Tor thu enforeenimit of
t ho pnv incut of which Ihnilemind for I bo sain
of saltf rioierty haslueii made, will bo sold
at public miction, foreii"h. to tho highest
hinder, under and In iiueindaneu with tlm
provisions of the net llrst ubovo tncullnuod
(npproveil .luno liv, lk71i, on tlm rulnhivof
Octolur, IMil, lit L'olunibl i II illdln i. Collec
tor's Olliie, No. till) four nnd a I, ilf utruot
northwest, to sutlsfj tho said liens and tho ex
penses attending the s ilo thereof
Sale to eonimenio ut 1,' o'eloek m , ami
continue from duy today till tompletud.
JOIIM V COOIl,
Collet tor of Taxes
for tho District of L'olunibl t
On put of lot seven (7i, In
sipiaiufour bund re I anil thlrly
seven iti.i, usscssi. i in tno
niiinu of Hugh II Svveeney.
luvy of 1S71.',', amounting to
$1M. Ileglnnlng'j:! fi et il Inches
fiom tho southwest coiner of
snld lot", running tlieneu north
I feel II Inches, thentu eist M
feet, tlieneu south I feet 0
Inches, theneo west CO feet to
place of beginning.
Cerllllinli! On pint of lot seventeen (IT),
.No, 11)07. lu siiuiuooiio bundled and sev
enteen (117), assesswl In tbo
namo of .lames Slblev.lovy of
1N7K amounting to Shi M. Ilo
glnnlngi:! fiet south from tho
lioitbuest corner of lot 17,
running south .'17 feet, then
inst '.'I fett, tlieneu south II
feet, theneo east ft feet 11
Inflict., theneo north 61 feet,
thenio westi.1! feet 11 Inehoi,
to phuo of beginning; also bu
glnnlng nt tbo southeast corner
of said lot, theneo north SI fet t,
theneo west,", (cot H,4 Inches,
theneo south 11 feet, theneo
west at ft ct .1 Inches, thenei)
south 7 feet, thence east a)
feet 11 Inches, to place of bo-
Certllleati! On part of lot soven (7), In
ho. 1U.JO, sfiuaititwohundreit nnd thirty
i bjliUiW), nswssiil 111 tho namo
of John V. Smith, levy of
1H71-',', nmoimtlng to SI U Ilo
ginning on west lino of slid lot,
ts) feet north from southwest
corner, running tlieneu north
'.M feet, thence east .1) toot J
Inches, theneo north SJ foot,
theneo enst .1 feet, thence south
to feet, theneo westTi feet a
Inches, to place ot beginning.
Cert I lien t o On part of lot thrco (1), In sipi iro
ho. OJ7. Ilfty-slx IV1), nssessud In tho
namo of Jlnry Tenny, levy of
1K71-'.', uinountliu to sill 11, be
ginning f" feel 7 Inches Horn
tho soutbwest corner of ail
street west uud (1 stieet north,
limning theneo oist IJ foot,
theneo ninth tho vvholo depth
of snld lot, theneo west 11 feet,
tlieneu south to plaeo of begin
ning. rvitincnle0ii pait of lot five (') nullm
ho. 11(17. piovements lu squaro south of
sipiaru seven buinlreil and
fortv-four (711), nssosscd III tbo
nnmo of Ann lloiu. luvy 1S7J-.I,
umouullug to S7..M, beuu tho
Koutli 2.V leet fiout of said lot
by tho depth thereof.
Certlllriito On part ot lot llfteen (IVl.nnd
;ho.'1108. Improvements III sou iro sovon
hundred and seventy (770i, as
sessed In tho name of Ann Ho in,
levy 1S7-J :i, amounting to S ri,
being tbo north 18 feet front or
snld lot by tho depth thereof.
Cerllllento On lot seven (7), 111 squaro ono
ho, 1100. thousand and tweiity.foiiiMO-.'li,
assessed In tlio namo of A II
llohlajer, Jr. levy ot IsTl-.),
Cerllllento On part of lot seven i7), nnd lm
ho. 1005. provcmentsln Miiaieevenbuu
died nnd thlrt-four (711), as
sessed lu tho namo of Win II.
lllark, luvy 1S7J .'.amounting to
SS Vt t'oininenclng on tho lino
of North Carolina avenue, M
feet southvvejterly fiom tho
southeast im,'lo of lot 7 mitt
luniuug uorthwcsteil and at
right angles on tbo lluoof North
Cmollna nvcimo HI feet ftii
Inches to the Unit dividing lots
7 and II), theneo duo west along
said line 1 1 but 11 Inches, theneo
soiitheastwnrdly 7u feet, theneo
Miuthcnstwardly to Intersect
hoi Hi Carolina uvenuo at light
angles a; feet, unit running with
tho eentio pirty wall, tlieneu
northeastwardly along said uve
nuo IV feet 0 Inches to place of
rvrtlllciito On part of lot eight S). In
h'o. UUJO. squiiio live hundred and llfty
tbree (j."J). asseed in then line
of Oliver II (illbert, levy isr-j I,
amounting to SI 17, being tho
enst 1!) feet front of said lot by
tho depth thereof.
Certlllcnto On lot five di, ami Improvo-
ho. fitllS. incut. In squire nluo hundred
nnd two CJer.'). assessed 111 thu
namo of 1'. W bangly, levy
l7i J, amounting to SiV us.
Ccitllli'iito On part of snb-dlvlsloii lot
.No. U100. twentv-four (Jl). and improve
ments in square one bundle 1
nnd ninety-seven Ut7, assessed
In tho name of Thom is IjmvIs,
levy UTiNl, amounting to S-WI.
llcglnnlng at tlio southeast
corner of said lot, running
theneo west 107 feet, theneo
north 27 feet 2 Inches, theneo
east lie) feet, theneo south 1
feet, thence east Ul feet, theneo
south 22 feet 2 Inches to place
of beginning. Ileing Samuel
Davidson's subdh Isou
I'ortlllcnto On lot toven (7), nnd Improvo-
ho. 0107. incuts In squaiu two hundred
nml thlity i2W), ussissedln thu
namo of Thonus bowls, luvy
It?.' 3, amounting to Slt'i ()
Certllleitti! On subdivision lot "(I," and
ho, 0110. Improvements in squire threo
bundled and suv cntj-roiir, tiri),
assessed lu tlio iiatne tif 'I horn is
Lewis, levy 1S7J 3, amounting
to SKI) SI
("mtlllento On Mibdlvlsion lot twenty
ho. Olia. eight US), and linpinvuuviits in
squaro thiett bundle 1 ami
ntiiety-clglil i l'i, assossod lu
the namo of Thorn is bowls,
levy of 1S72 J, amounting to
rorllllento On turt of subdivision lot soven
ho. (1121. (7), In squaiu thrco hundred
anil lilnet) eight t'l'iS), ussossnl
In tbo nnmo of Thorn is Luvvls,
levy of 1H72I, amounting to
311 21, being tho south 11 loot
trout of sadl lot by tbo depth'
thereof. 11. Crittenden's nubdl
Certlllriito On alloy In square four hundred
ho. OIK I. anil four (101), us.e-i-cd In thu
uainuof Tbonias buwts luvy of
1672-3, amounting tof in being
nlley In icur of subdivision
lots A, 11 and C, t omuieuelng at
tho southwest collar uf siibll
vision lot A ami riinnlu east
4s feet I Inilit-s, tliemn smith
6 feet, tlmuo west II feet I
Inches, theiuu ninth ft feet to
place of beginning
Cetalllrnlo On nil of squ iro and Impiovo
ho. 01'.:,1. mentslu squaro cut of squire
live buudieil nut ten OlO),
ussessed In thoiiaino of Thom is
Lewis, levy ls72 .1, amount
Certlllcnto Oil subdivision lot foityelght
ho, 11120. (ls),nndlinpiovcincntslnMiuaru
six bundled mid tweiit ihuo
(Hill, assessed lu the u inn of
'Ibomns lewis, levy 172 ),
Ceitlllcntu On lot four ill. In squaiu lx
ho, (1127. bundled and tvvent K nl.'ii,
assessi'il hit ht nanieol Tliomis
lewis, luvj ls72 I ainouniing lo
IVrtlllentit Oupaitof lot live (V In squ ire
ho, U12H, six hundred ant lmiitvlx
two), asi-essed In tlm iiuinuof
'ihom.is Lewis, lew 1S?J,1,
amounting to Sn M llelng thu
east b Inines tioutou I'stieet
north, Jolnikon's subdlv Islou
Cettlllenli! Oil nil of squaro mil Impi'ove
ho, IIC'll. nteuts in squaiu mutliwest of
squnrii six luiuilred and twenty
f tint (tl21 assessed in tin nittie
of TliomiH Lewis, levy IS72J,
On ni rtu 1, ill t
f twi d fw t
v. n ban If 1
', In siiititi
nnd elgbly tTHOi tns".i llutlt-
iimno of Tlnnn'ts luvvls, levy
l"7V-3, amounting to (III
OnpHrlof lot (lvn ,Vi and lin
provemnnls In sqiiire soilli of
srpntre i'Vt'ii liiiniln'd nnd f.a'ty
foiir(7llt, nsseisnl in ihe initn t
of liiiimns Lewis, lew li'1,
uinimiilliiH to 9II m lb-hut lb
north no fiet ll Inches front .if
said lot on fust street east, by
ll depth nf 7V b e-t It Inches.
On lot .inn (It, In smtmv nine
butiitri-d and ninety (our lliu.
nssessed lii tlio nnm-t of
'I hoinas Ij)wi, levy 1S72 I,
nuioiuitlng to til is.
On siibsllvlslon lot nhthlytwi
(12,, In sipmrit four litin Iru I
nnd slxl) IImi i iau. ii.se.se I In
thu nn inn Mary I! Martin, levy
1S72 8, amounting to 81I 11
On nil of square five, himlr-l
nml fort seven ,",I7). ime.se j
In thuiininn nf s s sm-mt.lttvy
172, iiiniilinlliin to sJihi ov
On lot nnn (i, lu siuni-i- llv t
hundred ami forty Iw.iCil.'i, as
.No. 01 III.
si-sseii in nut iiHtntt oi ". -I
tsimiot, luvy 1S7.' I, iimnuiitlug
to H W.
Ci-itlllriilii On lot two nil, In iuare live,
ho. 7HIIO, hutidrtsl mi 1 fort tnot'ilJi a-se-tu'l
III the liaine ol s s
Mnnot, levy IS72 ), uin-iuntliig
On lot Ihree l.Si. In square live
buittlri'd and fori y two ill.'
iissusstd lu tint it itnu of s s
Smooi. luvy iXilH, amounting
to $M 72.
On lot four (li, In squire (ho
lniiiilioil ami fortv two iM.'t,
nwas'i-tl In the iiiinui of s s
MniKtt, levy 1723, amounting
On lot live (1), In srnnru (Ive
huuilied nml foit (wo i'iI.'i
iiiscweil 111 thu inline of s s
hinoot, levy 1872-,), amounting
On lot sit (ill. 111 squaro live
hundred nnd fort) two Cl.'i.
iisseH.eil III the nnmo of H s
Hinoot, levy IKT1H, amount lug
to gH U2
On lot soven (7), In squ iro live
huiiilied and forty two (.M.'i,
iissuisl In tlm iiainu of s M
finool. levy Ih72'l, mnomitln.'
('erllllenli) On lot eight (81. Ill square live
ho. 7K3II. biiiidreil and forty two ill.'i.
nsse.rctl In tin) u one of s s
Mnnot, levy W'5, ninmintlug
Cerllllcalo On lot nine (9), In uiinro (Ivo
ho. 7WI17. hunilitst and lortv two (Sl.'i,
assessed lu tint nnmo ol ( s
HiniKit, levy 1S72J, iiniountliig
to 50 II.
Certlllcatu on lot ten (10), lu sqtnro llvu
ho. TrltlK. buinlreil uud furtj IwoCilit, as
sisseit lu tho uiiino of S s
Mnnnt, levy lit72'l, amounting
Certlllt titn On lot eleven (III, In squaro tlvo
ho. 7HU!. hunilred nnd foity two Cil.-i, as
sesscd III the namo of n S
."-moot, levy 1S72-'), ainoiintlug
Cetllllcili! On lot tvvclvo(I2), III squ lit) tlvo
ho. 7HIO. hundred and forty two(VIJ), us
sessed In tho namo of S S
Mnnot, levy 1S72 I, amounting
to 1 1 .19
Certlllcnto On lot thirteen til), In squaro
ho. 7811. tlvo hundred nnd forty two
(VI2), nsscs.id In tho namo of
S H Mnoot, lcylS72-J, iimount-
Crrtlllrulo On lot foiiiteen (11), lu squ iro
ho..7HI2. tlvo bumlred nml forty two
(M2), nssossul in thu liamu of
H S.Mnoot,IuvJ 1972-.J, ninount
Ci-rtlllriilo On lot fifteen (!",), Ill squire llvo
ho. 7HIJ. bundled nml forty two ill.'i, as
sessetl In the n lino of s s
Sinoot, lovy 1872 1, amounting
On lot sixteen (l(i). In square
llv o hundred and forty two i.Vlli,
as.es.ui in tin- luuno ol s s
Mnoot, levy 1872 '1, amounting
to S 72.
Ccrtlllrnlo On lot soventeen (17), in sipmru
ho. 7HIO. llvu hundred and forty two,
(Mil, assessed iu tho unine of s
b. -siiinot, lovy 1872 I, umunut
Ingto St.; 2
Certlllfiitn On lot eighteen (isi, In squaro
ho. 7H1U. llvu humlnd and folly two
IMJ), assessed In the name of s
s. smont, luvy 1872-J, amount
lug to inM.
On lot nineteen (10). In squaro
Ihobundredaml forty twoOlj),
n.susutl In tlio luuno of s S
Mnoot, levy 1872-1, amounting
to S8 h2
On lot twenty (2,1), In squiro
llvu bundled nnd forty two
(M2), nsescd Iu tho namo of -i
-J Mnoot, levy 1872-J, ninount
lug to S8 72.
Onlottw'enty-ono(JI), In squaro
llvo hundred nnd fort) two
(512), nssc-s-ed in tho namo of f
K Mnnot, levy 1872 'J, amount
ing to SS 72
llv e hiintli cd aud forty tw o (M2,
ns-esseti in mo namo oi -s -i
Mnoot, lejy 1872-3, amounting
to So 'It.
Cerlllli nto On lot twenty three (2:1), In
ho. 7H31. squaro llvo bundled anil forty
two (512), nssessud In tlio inline
of S. h. Mnoot, lovy 1B72-J,
amounting to SS !'J.
On lot twenty four (21), In squaro
llv o hundred and fort) two Ol.').
assessed In tho name of s s,
Mnoot, lev y 1872 3, iiiaountlng to
On lot twenty live (AYi, In squaro
!hu bundled nml fort) twoOlj),
nsscs-eit in Ihe u line of - s
Sinoot, levy 1872 J, amounting to
On lot twentj-i-k (2d), In squiro
tivohumltedaud forty two,M2,
ho. 7 8,- 11.
ns-.t-st.eu in mo nauiu oi -, -..
Sinoot, lev) 1872 J, amounting to
Cerllllciilt, On llfty three (VI) acres, noir
ho. 102UO, Lougliburo' Road, ussused In
tho name of William D c Mur
dock, lovy 1872-J, amounting to
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Now Mho tlmo to look nbout for tho right
place to buy) our 1'nll and Winter shoes In
our stock embraces even thing ilolrnblo In
stvlu ami quality to which wo aro weekly
adding new lines. In
Misses' and Children's
we hnvo the best makes for wear und com
wo call your Micclul attention. If you want
n DIII'vsMloi: wo hnvo
1 luo l'icneh Kid Congress nnd llutton.
I'lno patent Leather Congress and Lace.
line French Calf Congress Laeo aud llutton,
nil of tho best makes
Jlut the shoo that talks for stylo, comfort,
perfett tit aud good wcui Is our line calf,
sewed. In ovtr) st)le, Including tho WAl'KKS'
l'HASfnt $V, tbo best thou for tbo money
that can bo sold.
DAL10N & STRICKLAND,
Will r.-niin. Am-ihii-
One-Price Shoe Store.
n. l.... ... C .
0 ."-.'..'.llll I. .','..
I ndi r Odd Follows' Hull
E C Hurt's lino Shoes for Ladles u specially.
ti',H 10th St. .V IV.
ti'27 I'a. Are. tail.
1 havo a lot of l'lne simes mv own mako,
tnat I will tell at n bargain edvo mo a trial
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stnmps for sam
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1011, 1' f.
COLORED TISSUE PAPER,
Pino Tar Moth Paper. Paper and Envelopos.
708 and 805 1) St Northwest,
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TO Till, Mlliril, VTlsr MISIIt'T!HV,T.
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81 LU. HAILH. MAOflHt'EMTEIIIIl'MESr,
IN ttrrniT oithiuii ft, 18-JR.
Trains Icrvi- VVnihliiirtni from stntlon, corner
of Hlxth nnd ll sir. ots, as follows:
Forrittsbiiigaiid tho West, ( hloao Llmltotl
Rxpross of I'ltlacoileeplngcars alii so a, m,
dttll): I't Line, nr.oa in. dally to Clneln.
butt tml nt. Imis, vv'tb Sleeping fsrs from
llnrilsbura to lluiinntitl and llolul Car to
St Louis, dully, evi i nt Hatunbty, to cblonio,
wtthhleopltiKinr AlloonatouliluaKo. Chi
(tmonnd Clntluiiatl Bxpress at 7'IU p. tn.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chb
mgnnntl llarrlsbiirg to Ittilsvllld: eonnsot'
Ingat IInrrlliiirgwlihWcsli rn Rxpross with
through sb tjers for Cleveland nndst. Irfinls.
l'nflrlo Rxrrcss, Kip m dnlty for I'lthbiirrj
and the ut, with through sleeper Hatrl
DAI.UMOIin.t I'OlOVf 10 lUII.ItOAD.
l'nr Rrte. ( iinanilaigiin, ltochoster, lluffnlo
Mminrn, lo p m dallv, oxcepl Ssturtbiy,
with ralneu ( nrs Washington lo ltochoster.
I'or VMllliiinotHtit, Link llnven and Kltolm, at
ti 10 a. m. dulls . exi i-pt Monday.
For hew York nnil thoRasi, 7!lr, H-.'tO and
11 n. in, '2, I in p ni and l'J:15 night, on
lundar.H uiu m )( , In, aml villn
night. Limited Ixnress of Pullman Parlor
Curs ll 10 n. m dally, oscc-nt Sunday,
lor lloston without changu tin m every tl.ir.
rorllrnoklyn.N.Y .all tbroujh trains connoot
nt Jersey Cltv with bonis nfiirnnliljn Annex,
nIToidliig dine t transfer to I'ultou street,
avoiding doublo fcrrlngo across Now York
ror Philadelphia. 7:1ft, BltO nnil lla m , !,
A, II, 10 p. in. and lii Ift night On suntlny.
n no a m . 'J, I, ll, 10 p. m and lu-is night.
Limited Rxpress, li 10 a. in. dally, except
For Ilaltlmoro, 011, 7:1ft, 8.1(1, ll-m, 11.01
a.m., luovu. 1, I'M, 1:10,(1,7 10,10p.m.
nnd 12:1ft night. On Sunday, 8:io. ti to, n
n m , U, I, (I, 7 10, Kiti m nnd 12.10 night.
For I'opo's Creek Line. Tslftn. in , and .1:1(1 p.
tn. dully, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7'lft n. m 1 !2 01 and l'2ip.
in tlnlly, except Sunday. On Sunday I p. tn
Alexandria riiKDinticKmit'iin uil-
WAY AND Al.hX VNDIILV . WASH.
For Alcxandrln, (I, 7, Da',, 11 OI nnd ll'.IB
n. m '2 oft, ..'2U, I. in, n.-i;. h oi nnd 1 1:7
p. m. on Sunday at o, u '25, ll.oi a. m
8 dip tn.
For Richmond nnd tho South, (I ami 1101 a.
in. dally nnd I Iftpm dally, oxcept Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Wnshlngton 0 o ,
8, 10, lo.io a.m. l, ;o-,, si-j j. n-io, 7.0.
and 1 1 ::).' p in, ami 12:1(1 midnight, oxcept
Monday. On Sunday at H nnd 10,10 a. in
7.05 nnd ll'lir.p.m nnd 12:10 night.
Tickets nntl Information nt tho office, north
enst corner of 'thirteenth street and Pennsy
lvania avenue, nnd nt tho station, whero or
ders can bo left for tbo checking of bnggago
to destination from hotels and rosldencos.
chas. i:. Pi'on, ,i R. wood,
(iencrnl Manngcr. Oon Passenger Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
SCIIEDfLC IN RFFRCT Sl'NDAY, MAY 3,
18S5, UNTIL FCRTIIRIt NOTICE.
Lcayo Washington from Station, corner Now
Jersey uvenuo and (' struct.
For Chicago, 10 n m, nnd 10:10 p m. dally.
Tho 10 a. m. Is n Fast Limited Kxpress to
Pittsburg mid Chicago, arriving In Pittsburg
nt 7.UO p. m chlcngo next morning at 8 5'j.
h'o extru faro Is charged on this train for fast
For Cincinnati, LonlsvlIIo and St. Lords dally
nt 11 30 p. m. and 10 to p. m with through
coaches and Pnlaeo .Sleeping cars to abovo
points without eh ingo. a .10 p. m. train Is a
fastllmlted train to Cincinnati nnd ht Louis,
arriving In Cincinnati next morning at 7:15,
ht. Louis O.yo p. in. No extra faro Is charged
on this trnln for fast tlmo.
For Pittsburg at 10 n. m., with Parlor Car,
nnd 0:10 p. in. daily to Pittsburg. Cleveland
and Dttrolt, with sleeping cars to Pittsburg.
For Ilaltlmoro on week days 5, 0.10, Oslo,
7 !!('. 8.110 and 10 ()-. n. m 1'2:10, ltn, .'):l,S
(Ift mlnulo trnln), !1 yu, 1.UU, 1:10, ft. 10, 0:10,
7, 8 '25 and 1 1 p. tn.
For Ililtlmoro on Stindays-IMO, 7:10, 8 30
nnd loinn. m.. 1 '2fl. 1-30, a.UU, -1:10,0:10.
II 10.7. 8.21 nnd 11 p. m.
For points on tho hhennndoah Valley Rail
road and points houth, o.'Jft n. in. and ll'lU p.
m. dallv. 025 a. m. train his Pullman
bin per from Washington to Now Orloins.
For Annapolis, o lo a. in. and iu.lt) and
-1:30 p. m.; on Sunday, 8.30 a. m. and 4:1U
For way stations between Washington nnd
Rnltlmore-, ft, 0.10, 8 30 a. m.. 12'10, 3.30,
I '10, 7 nml 11 p. m. On hundays. 8..:o a. m.,
1 :io,330,.l:l(i,7nndll p. m. Forstntlons
on Metropolitan Ilfam.li. 7,'2"i a. m. and 11:15
p. in. daily, oxcept Sunday, and 0 30 p. in.
dnlly. 1:10 p. m. dally, except Sundny, for
principal stations on Metropolitan llranch:
8' 10 a in. dally on Sunday stops nt all sta
tions; for Loxlngton, Staunton and Valley
lirnm.li, H-10 n. m. dally, except Sundny; for
Frederick, 8.10 a. m , .1:10 p. m. dally, oxcept
For local stations botwoen Washington nnd
Oalthcrsburg, 1'2 JO p. m. dally, except Sun
For nagcrstown and Winchester, 8:10 a. m.
dally, except Sunday, and 0 30 p. m. dally to
Hagerstown; dally, except Sunday, to Win
chester. Trains nrrlvo from tho West dally, 0, 7r20 a.
m.l 10. (I 3u p.m.
Fiom Aminpolls, 8 30 a. m. andl'00 and
G:25 p. m.: Sunday, 10 35 a.m. and 0.35 p. m.
From Lexington, 5.30 p. m. dally, except
From Frederick and Intermedial!) nntnla.
8.25 a. m. and 8.15 p. m. dally, oxcept Sun
day. Trains leave Ilaltlmoro for Washington nt
! 30. I 20, ft, (1.30. 8, t) nnd 11 p. m.
All trains from VVashlnelon slot, at Ttel.v
Station, except 1 25, 3.15 and 0,10 p. m.
For further Information apply nt tho Riltt
moro Ohio ticket olllco Washington sta
tion, (11 tl nnd 1351 Penun. n., corner of 1 111)
St., whero orders will bo taken for baggage to
bo checked and received nt any point In tho
city. C. K. LORD, U.P. A.
1). DUNHAM, Hen Mnu.. Ilaltlmoro.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE R. .t P. DEPOT. SIXTH AND II STS.)
7(00 A.M For all way station, Lexington,
Ky , Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Columbus, St.
Louis. Dally oxcept Sunday.
1 1 A M For Newport Nows, Old Point Com.
fort nnd Norfolk. Dally except Sunday.
6 1 in P. M For Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
Louis nnd Chlcngo, connecting for all
points West, Northwest and Soutliwost:
fast express dally; docs not Mop for local
buslnc-s; through Pullman service to
Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati.
For tickets and information apply at C. A
O Riillwavofllcu, 513 Pennsvlvanla avenue,
under National Hotel; Va. Midland Railway
ofilee, 001 Pennsylvania avenue, and U. & P.
II. W. FULLER,
General Passenger Agent.
C. W. SMITH,
FRANK TRIdU, Eastern Passenger Agont.
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after Al'C.l sT 30, 188r, trains will
leave from and nrrlvo nt otb and 11
sts. Depot as follows:
Lcavo Washington I) a. m. and 1.35 p. m,
daily; arrive at llclmont Park 10 01 a. m. and
0.2(1 p. m.; Lcesburg 11 01 a m andOJUp.
m ; arrlvoat Round UIU at 11, IJ a- in. aud
Returning, lcavo Round Hill 0 03 a. m. and
3.01) p. in , pass Leesburg 0 12 a ni and 1:311
p. in ; llclmont Park (1 51 a m and 0:30 p. in.,
ami arrlv u at Washington at 8 35 a. iu. and
"W p m
On sunduys the triln leaving Washington
at n a m onh inn. to Lit slmrg, and tho train
arriving ni 7 lop m tttrtsfrom Lcesburg.
siieeluluxeurslon rales nnd Sunday trains
to llclmont Park Monthly uud commuta
tion rates to all points
s M llltOPHY, hupt., Alexandria, Vn.
E. J. LOCKWOOD, Pass. Agt., 507 Pa. avo.
ri'tiNultltUU AND FORT MONROE, THE
I I'tjl'l I VII Rtil'TE U S Mall stouner
(liiRt.E LI.VRY Monday, Wednesday and
lrldiiv fiom foot of 7t list , nt 510 p.m.
-ei uu iiuiinsaudtlckctsatllaltlinoroXOhlo
iiflne. 1151 nnd Oil) Pa uve.st Maro Hotel
and hin Expiess, 00,1 Pa ave , who will also
i link baggage from hotels nnd private res
ilimcs lor further Information inquire nt
( nmpany's otaco, 7tU st. wbnrf. Telephone
i-cti WILLIAM P. WELCH. Pan. Agont.
Fortrcss Monroo ami Norfolk,
llrst-elass fiuoil; Round trip, 1.2.
steniner Jane Moeley Monday, Wednesilay
and Saturday nt 0 30 p. in.
Passage and rooms set uied nt general office,
Sixth street wharf. Tt lephune - all. til.
Potomac River Landings Miuincr Thomp
son Miniuuj, YVtdiit-das and Friday at 7 a in.
Has In stoi k a full lino of Curpetlngs, all
irruiliHOlMoth" en u ami straw Mattings.
Also lnt.st stv't- In "ell Paper, Window
shiteli ami t m lulu doodi. Who Window
and Dot i stitiiis
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