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CTJTTC, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, 18S5.
flnr H This Season
la Exceptionally Attntctlvo itnO. rally
up to our
Are maintained in every Da
partenont, comprising every
thing, with the exception of
Hats and Shoes
For Boys and Men.
Clothing and Furnishings,
liOU I'ciiiiHjlvnnlii Aeimo X, XV.
All the Leading Makes
Men and Boys,
and Sold as Cheaply as at
any other establishment in
the country, can be found
909 Penna. Ave.
3!-. T. KEEN,
414 nsrxrrctlb- St.
Ai.Aitfii; invoici: or oi.oTiiiNo
haxlng Just nil Ix eel, UcIiik tho latost
Ktjlo, namely. In cut, material nml mini's, tlio
latter being 1II.ACK, IILCE, PLUM. XVINE
mil MtOWN, tho stiles aio PRINCE AL
HERTs, CUTAWAYS anil SACKS, tho last
named "Till: LATEST Al.ONY." What wo
rell for 310 and S1-! othcts sell for S15 ami
S. Our S1H riuullty sells for Sfi 1IOYV
SUITS A SPECIALTY My stock Is muth
larger than I hax o spaco to iut It,
Soliciting your custom, I remain,
X. "W. SELBT,
101 1 AND 1010 PF.NN, AVE.
O Tj O TH I 3ST O.
n. id. zb-ajr:r,
mi i'i:n.n, avi:n in:,
Winter Overcoatings aiul Suitings
Of my own Importation, now rocclx-od. . Gontlo
men, plcnso call, Inspect and loavo your or
der at tho Leading Tailoring Establishment
of Washington, llest Goods. Heat Trim
mings. Nono tint llist-chiss workmen otn
rlojcd at 1111 Pennsylvania Aveuuo.
Importer and Tailor.
Broadway Diaginal Over
coats. J I mi mid Hi nun, hack and Smtmit, bilk
Lined and Worsted Lined.
031 Forma. Avonuo.
BOOTS AND SHOES. v
Now Is tho tlino In look nliout for tho right
pluco to buy jour Full und XVlnler shoos. In
our flock cmliinecs ex en thing rioslrnblo In
Milu und quality to wliicliwa aio weekly
lidding now lines. In
Misses' and Children's
nlmo tho best mnkos for wear und com
ical, 'in our
uomll your unci lul attention. If you want
l'lno Flench Kill Congiess and Hutlon
l'liui patent Leather Congress mid I. u o
l'lno l ii mi h Calf Congiess I.acuandllutton,
all or thu hint niukis
Hut tho slum that talks for stylo, conifmt,
lH.ifut lit and kiiiiiI weal Is our lliui calf,
miwiiI In uvtryetslc.lni hiding tho WACKH.S'-
I'llAbTnt A Iho best bhoo for tlio money
that an bo hold
1)!IW I'l'iiun. .Vm-iimi.
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELT0N, ,0
I till Soenttl Street,
Under Dild-Follows' 11 ill.
. O, Hurt's l'lno Shoes for Ladles u specialty.
iSJJli lUtli hi. .V. IV.
I lint on lot of riuo Shoes, my own make,
trut 1 will sell ut a bargain, (lUo mu a trial,
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
How Mr. Fclter Went to Europa on
One of Jim Christy's Pas303.
THH OVATION HB riEOHIVED.
A Great Ruth for Winter Quarlorj at tho
'Ilin Stoiy suni llonolsun Toll Aliimt
11 In, Speech lit l.ooilHllg.
Thu stoiy nbout Fclter, who had
charge of the Bciiato restaurant a few
jenrs ngo and his trip to Kuiopo on it
pns furnished hint by ,11m Ululsty,
tho Deputy Sergcant-nt-Atins of Iho
Pcnnle, U old enough to bear ictelllng,
and n very good version of It nppenri
In tho Jllnncapolla Tribune. Fclter Is
n Clcimnn, nud taking n notion thai ho
would llko to visit his lclatlvcs In Kit
lone, natuiidly went to ,11m Christy to
help him out, Tho desired passes woio
foithcomlng, and Fclter pocketed them
In high glee. A few weeks nfter ho
packed his trunks nnd stnrtcd for
ltobokcn, wheio ho ciubatkcd on boaid
of ono of the (Icimuii Hue steaineis.
Fclter showed his papcis to tho cap
tain, and was nt onco lecclved with
open mills. IIu was assigned to tho
beat stateioom on tho vessel, nnd his
cabin vtns loaded xxllh Mowers. Ho had
tlic post of lionor nt tlio table, nnd tho
finest wines In the steward's larder wcro
cincked for his benefit. In fact, ho
v as treated as If ho was snino gicat
licio, or lunn of prominence, Instead of
nn oidlnnry restaurateur. Of course,
Fclter could not understand, but ho
took nil that was offered, and made tho
best of the situation. Flnnlly tho
destination of tho vessel was reached
nnd tho pusscngeis wcro lauded.
Our friend fiom tlio Senate restau
rant found n delegation of tho
principal cltlcus und municipal author
ities on hand to meet him. Tlio mayor
seicd lilin cordially by the hand and
Insisted Hint Fclter mifst make his
homo with him during his stay. Ills
astonishment Increased, but ho ac
cepted all without asking qucsllon,
but not without Homo tiopldntlon, On
tho fcccond day of his stay in the town
ho was bnnipiclcd bv "tho city and
nsked for a speech. Ho complied to
the best of his ability, nnd In icsponso
to lcqucsts explained as well as he
could tho working of tho Government
of the gicatcst Ilepubllc on earth. Hut
he was nuxious to get away to his
lilends nnd uNo to solvo tlio riddle nt
hlswoudciful icccpllon, At last he
met an old filcud, whoso first greeting
was tho Gciinim for : "Why, Fclter,
whnt soil of a l.icket nro you playing
on them V" Fclter nsked for nn ex
planation, piofcssing to bo in tho dark
as to the meaning of his filend's In
rpiliy. Ho explained : "Don't you
know that these pebplo think you aro a
United States Senator? Tho stenmboat
people announced the nirlvnl of Sena
tor Fclter. and our townsmen have at
tempted to lecclve you with tho honor
which they consider duo your station."
This wns enough for Fclter. In half
nn hour he had left tho town, and ho
has never ie-entcied It, When he had
concluded his visit ho started for homo
by nnothcil line ol steamers nnd paid
his faro llko n gentleman. When ho
goes to Kmopo again it will not bo on
:t deadhead pass.
"For a few days after Grant died,"
tald n dealer In pictuicsto tho Well
ington coiicspondcnt of tho Minneapo
lis jfV4ie tho other day, "wo could
not sccuio poitinlts nnd mcmoiluU fust
enough to supply tho demnnd. Kvciy
thlng that boictho faintest semblance
to tho old hcio was cagcily sought for
and purchased. Hut suddenly Iho de
mnnd ceased. Since the day it was de
cided to bury the lcmnlns In Now Ymk
city theio has not been a pictuio of
Grant sold in tho city, I bcllovo. That
act seems to hitvo disgusted eveiy ono
in Washington, and now wo can't give
nwny anything that hasGinnt'snaine on
it. Scvcial veiyhnndsomomcnioiialtab
lets hnvo been piepared and offered for
sale, Them aio twenty excellent litho
graphic portraits and heaven only
knows how many dilTcicnt slylcs of
busts and statuettes of the dead general.
All mo offered at vciy low llguics, but
the people don't want them at any
prlco nt present." "Then you anltel
nnto a moro lively demand In tho futuio
1 picsunio?" "When New York dually
admits Its Inability to cany out its pi om
iso In rcgaul to a statue, I think the
people of tho country will liso up nnd
demand Iho removal of tho body to
Washington, wheio It of light belongs.
Then things will change."
Jlx-Unltcd States Senator Keinan of
New Yoik was wnndcilng about the
Fifth Avenue Hotel tho other night
when ho wns asked if tho Demociats
nbout L'tica wcro piepaicd for a whip
ping. Ills icply was in a smiling mood.
"I don't think thoy aro hankering aftei
defeat. Theynio icndy for a tihil of
sticngth and If thoy get beaten will
stand it UUo men. I had no c.xpecla
Hon that Ohio would go Democratic.
John Shei man is u strong mini nnd 1
nlw ays expected ho would entry Ohio
tin ough for his party. Wo shall gh'o
the Itepubllcans a sipiaio light and test
of sticngth in this State. It Is not our
intention to bo beaten, 1 can tell you."
'x-Senatoi Wllkei son of Minnesota Is
atthofiont Jiu-t now, in the race for
District Attorney in that State. Wllker
sou Is a mnn of a good deal of ability,
but a veiy absent-minded and not es
pi-chilly pincticablo poison. Ono day
dm lug the eaily pint of his teim In tho
Senate, a ft lend called on him at his
mom, and found him engaged pot lug
over bomo law books, or congenial oc
cupation of this suit, In a corner of
tho loom was about a bushel of un
opened and unanswciedleltcis. "What
does all this mean," ho said, "you aro
not letting these lcttcts go uiiaiiswcicd,
aio your'' "Oh," said Wllkeisou, tun
Hied soit of u way, "they aio too many
forme, I don't want to bo botheied
w 1th them. They are all about olllces
that 1 can't get tilled, and 1 can't give
ono In llfly ot' those people
what they want." "Well," said
his filcud, "that will nover
do, you must answci your letteis, tit
least." "Well," said Wllkeisou, In a
helpless soil of way, "how can 1?
Seo what it heap thcie Is of them."
"Of course theio Is," was the l espouse,
"which Is all the inmo leason why you
should answer them, Send out and
get you a stoiioginpher nnd go to woik
and answer litem N'Ukcuon oboxed
somowhntgiumblliigly, and when the
stenographer cniiiu po'lnted to tho let
ters. "Theio thoy me," lie said, "an
swer them." "Well," said Ids filcud,
"ton will liavu to illcttilu tho answers,
of course. This man won't know what
to sa In answer to the letters," "Oh,"
bald Wllkereon, with an tdr of tinuoy-
mite, "nover mind nbout tint Let
liliu nnsxxcr thrill to Hull himself. It
won't mako tiny illlTeienco whnl liu
unxa In tlio nnsxxcr, so ho don't bother
mo nbout It."
Hob llurdctto aiiys: "Tho candidate
from Kentucky xvas before the Civil
Hen It o Commission. Whnl I') the
inclining of 'Idem?' " nskcil tho c
ninlner. 'Whisky!' promptly nn
Mvcteil thu ciindldiilc. 'Whisky!' o
(laltiied tho disgusted Commissioner.
'You xxnuttolio Chief of tlio Ilurcmi
'of IMucntioii, nml fall on it question
thai liny schnollioy In America can an
swer, Idem menus 'tliowuiic' 'Well,'
it piled the candidate, 'that's xvhtsky
all over my State." He got u Ul.tMO
Tito inclng and chnstng on tho put
of Iho Senators and Itcpiescntatlves
after winter (plaiters has begun, says u
Washington contributor to iho Now
York Tribune. It has como lo bo Iho
fashion licio for public men to keep
house. Tho boaidltig houses aro given
up to Government employes; the bache
lor and grass widower element In Con
gicss goes to tho hotels but a majority
of tho members having families take
houses, especially when tho long ses
sion Is Impending. It seems as If
every houso in Washington, no miliar
how handsome, how obviously built
for a home, must go Into the hotisc
agcnls' hands within llvo years from Us
building. Colonel Jeiomo llonnpaite
chaincteilcd Washington exactly
when ho called it "tho winter New
pott," It is, Indeed, n place for biids
of passage. Colonel Uonapai to himself
built n house lieic after tho Frcncliicst
style of Ficiich archltectuie, It Is
large, but It has not a slnglo guest
chamber. Isn't that hospitable with a
vengeance? Don Cameron's great
houso In Scott Chclc, which looks llko
n family hotel, was bought by Mr. 1).
1'. Moigan last spring. Itls now being
ovel hauled nnd decorated, after the
manner of New Yorkeis, who, with
their notions of splendor, never can
llud anything good enough for lhu.ni;
nt least that is what Washington folk
At the present willing It looks to
Towlo of the lioston Traxcllev as though
Geucial Sam Donelson will bo the next
Doorkeeper of tho House. If theio Is
any opposition lo him It has not ma
te! lalltd yet, and nearly every Con
giessman heio says ho Is for Sam.
Donelson tells this story on himself:
IIo was down to Lccsburg, Vti., only a
few days ago with Senator Voorhees of
Indiana. A political meeting was or
ganized, and tho llrst thing Donelson
knew ho was called upon for it speech.
Now slump speaking Is not "his
blrongcst holt," but he managed to tell
the biethrcu how ho loved tlio good old
Demociatlo party, of course Inwaidly
hoping that the good old parly will love
him enough next Dcccmbci to glvo him
that Doorkcepcrshlp; but ho went on
and chased ti few stray thoughts, until
ho came to tho conclusion that ho had
said about enough, mid then ho turned
to lake his sent. As ho did so ho said
to Voorhees; "I say, Dan, I had no Idea
that I should bo called upon for a
speech." llefoio ho could get any
fut liter Vooihccs broke out with, "And
there wcro no Ideas In your speech,
either, Sam." Donelson says ho has
never been hit with a sandbag, but he
knows what It's like.
Dr. McKIm whllo out drlxlng Saturday
ran over and slightly Injured it llttlo girl
named Mabel 1'lsher nt tho coiner of Third
and A streets southeast. IIu picked up the
llttlo one and took her home.
.Miss llesslo W. Clark of Xo. Dltl II street
southeast has been visiting ono ot her
foimcrclnssmatcs, Miss Maggie Nicholson,
daughter of Mr. Thomas Nicholson ot
Tito (uncial of Mr. Joseph Stelnbergcr,
who died on Saturday night, took phico
from his Into residence, No. KTii Klovcntli
sticct southeast, nt '-! o'clock Hits afternoon.
Six arrests wcro mado In East Washing
Vivo colored women wcro nrrested by Ofll
ccr John I.. Dally for being dlsoiderly In
Lincoln Park yesterday morning and locked
up in the Klghth I'lcclnct Station.
Tho grand commander o( tho U. 0. (I.
C. hi the District ot Columbia, Charles L.
ratten, has Issued notices of ofllcfal visita
tions lo tlio seveial commnndeilcs as fol
lows: (loodwlll Coinmnndcry, No, 31, No
blo Commander Walter Allen, In German
Hall, bOO Eleventh 6treet northwest, Mon
day ct cuing, October SO; Meridian Com
mnndeiy, No. ITS, Noblo Commander W.
11. Houghton, In Stidhnm's Hull, lfti.1 Scv
cutli street northw est, November III, l'rldax ;
fct. John's Commmidcry, No. 32, Noblo
Coinmnudcr William U. Soulier, in Mc
C'auloj's Hall, 20U l'cniisjlvnula nxenuo
southeast, 'lliurtdny evening, November HI;
nnlciotiCommnndery, No. 133, Noblo C'oni
iniinucr llobcrt 1). Mcbton, in Slldh.un's
Hall, 1023 Seventli street northwest, X'rldny
c cnitig, Nox ember 30.
AVlin hns fold I'vet X
Tho poor fellow-x;boso blood does not
cliculnto xigorously, whObO llxer Is
half asleep, xi hose stomach Is In poor order,
and xhoo dlgestlx'o nppatattis has gono
back on hint, can never make his feet warm
until ho puts stomach, blood, Uxor nml
digestion Into good condition. Ho cm do
this 1 tho aid of lltowu's lion Hitters. Of
this piltieo of tonics, Mr. W, C. I'ltller nf
Montgomery, Ala., saxs, "I took Hiow'n's
Iron Hitters fni treneial debility, and am
A l'llblli' Clutrlliililu .lliix riiient.
A call xv III be Issued by prominent citi
zens for a public meeting to bo held next
Monday oxeulug at 7:30 o'clock at Wllhtid
Hall, for tho purposu ot dexlslng plans for
prox tiling lor mo reuei oi mo poor uttu itcsii
tuto iliirlng tho coming xxlutet. Commis
sioner Webb will preside.
.loll ti McCiiIIoukIi tsi-oxxIitK lYorne.
A New York dispatch sajs tho condition of
John McC'itllougli has taken a mmkeri
cluuigo for thu xvoroo xxlthln tlio pnst (ow
rinjs, nud thu phjslclmis In thu ietie.it
whero ho Is nt ptcsent eheltcied now glvo It
ns thclt belief Hint liu rati liaully last foi
liioto than n X'ery few weeks longer. Last
'lliursd.iy, as liu wns standing with his ut
teiidant just outsldo tho door of his ap.it t-nic-nt,
liu wits sudilculj seized w Itli u con
tuition, and tin uxv himself forward on tho
llooi, lly careful tieatiiutit he tecovcicd
after somo time1, but tills Is said to bo one
of tho sin a Indications nf rapidly approach
ing dissolution. 'Iho coiixuIsIohs will
t eiur with Increased freiptniicx until llnallj
thu patient will die In onu of them.
At Iic'imnVs ucxv furniture mid carpet
Installment house, Wl Seventh stiea north
west, furniture, cnipets, rugs, mats, oil
cloths, matting, baby carriages ami exerj
thlug w lilc h it housekeeper 1 1 ipih es to tnako
hniiiu pleutnnt nnri nlttactlxo nro told on
tho Installment phut. Cull and bo convinced
Hint ho sells on easier terms and at lower
lnlccs Hum any other ui.ui or Unit hi tho
installment business, Terms to suit nil
A Hiunplo Uiikotii Win-lit Crop.
Delegate liaxmond of Dakota raised
I0,CC0 bushels of wheat on hi farm hi Hi it
Northwestern Territory this season. Mi
llnxuioud used to think It a piett) good
business to raise cotton In Mississippi, but
such a wheat crop us tills join's, which Is
u oi Hi a dollar a bushel, beats cotton all lo
Tin: llncst assortment of pulor suites up
holstered in silk and Mohair plushes at tho
lowest prices, llreltbartti's Odd Fellows'
u m: moxt i.v i mvdihj:.
Mr. Homier of I hi) Inipi oveinelit Oiim
iiiny In IIU On n lleliiiir.
'J hero nro liiillcnltoiin Hint tlio Moiitima
Improvement Company's cne h is taken n
tin n for Iho belter. Tlio orlirlnnl suits
liMouccn 8lipemleil liy order of tlio Secro
tnr) nf tho Interior until tlio itiestlon of
Ireopnss can bo further considered In tho
ilepnitmciit. Mr. 1'.. 1,. liotmcr, tlio mm
age r of tlio company, Is In tho city, and jos
tcrdny obtained nn order forn lolieiirlnif of
tho ciiimj on Monday next, His npplicitiou
for this rclicnrlng i't forth Hut tho Moil
tnim liniiiovctiicnt I'onipnny Is rim ly to piy
for nil limber Hint his been cut llloi?illy by
Itsimplojcs. Mr. Homier imistlicio Isnm
nlulcirid ntilliorlly for nil tlio llmlwr cut
ting bis compnti has done, nnd liu Is per
fcetl eonlldi lit of unrcci In defending tlio
dinrges marie lutulint It. Ho clnliiis tint
tho Inws Miiicllon Umber cutting forinln
end nml domestic uses, nml snjs Hut thu
copper mining liitciexts of Montana depend
upon tlio timber cut by his coinpuiy for
woiklug their mines. "Not lea Hum . 7),
CCU people," snlil lio In a leproseutnllvo of
Till. ClilTK, "will bo nfTccted by thHeiil
pnilo ngnlnst t liu Mniitiiun Impioveuiciit
Cciiipniiy. Why, In llitttonlono theio aio
18,000 jieoplo dependent on mining. Stop
tho supply of timber for tho opcr.itlons of
thoso mines, nnd joii lluow tltuto people
Into a llnnnclnl deprolon. Already our
people mo piulc-strlckcu nnd business Is
"Men nto nfinld to buy or to goon with
their opernllons. I'Acrjbody wnnts to wait
nnd ou what will bo done. 1 think Hut
when tho ofllcl.il of tlio Intcilor Depart
ment lent n something of thu gu in nnty given
by tlio lnw i anil something nlso of tlio na
ture of tho country, they will bo disposed
to elinngolhclr minds. Wo put out $";0,
C0O,C0Oa jenr In ores ofnll kinds, Wood
to inn smelters Is Indispensable to that
Inrgo Industry, nnd nslongn wo nro within
tho bounds of tho Inw, 1 think thu tliou
simls of pcoplonnri tlio commcrelnl safety
of Mnntnnn should have somu sort of con
tlderatlou shown them, I uudcislniid Hint
new suits nro being inndo up right ntong
In tho Hcnernl l.mid Ofllee ngiilust tho
Mnntnnn Improvement Company, but tho
llrst suits hava been suspended mid theso
Inter oueswlll irobnbIy bo held up also.
lint I the itso of tho (lo criiniciit going
to the expense of u long, hnrd light lor wo
think wo mo tight ami should resist for nil
wo nro worth when tho parties nro right
on tlio uroiind hero In Washington ready to
pay up If wo have dono wrong. Wo nre,
now oxer, pretty suro wo haven't gono
wrong ns will bo seen Inter on." Mr. Hon
tier has tnken npaitments at Wclckct's
nnd dcclnrcs Ids Intention ot fighting tils
battle to tho tlnfsh If It takes all wlutcr.
Tho funeral ot tho lato (Icorgo Mahoinoy
took place fiom St. Dominic's Chinch, to
qulcm mass being held, this morning at 10
o'clock, Iho serxlces xvcto conducted by
Kcv. Father Morgan. Tliopallbeaicts weie
Messrs. T. It. Ittlcy, J. J. Dermody, W. (1.
Dawson, H. Hums, J. A. Wntts, James
Hcjcr. At tho conclusion of tho ceremony
tho cortege ptocccdcd to Mouut Ollx'ct
Cemetery, xvheru the Interment took place.
"Young Men fiom Home," xx'ns tlio sub
ject on which tlio ltcv. Dr. Nomso tnlkcdto
n Inrgo audience nt tho Tabernacle Inst
night. Ho described his Ideal of n young
man w ho could 1111 a position of trust. The
theatre lie said has been harmful In its ten
dencies and j oittig people aiu xx lie In avoid
OfllccrDnii. Williams, In cnde.woiiug to
obtain n case agnlnst Robert Iltulcy, nil-Ioon-kcepcr
near tho river front, foi selling
llnottr on Sunday, yestctdny morning, w-as
assaulted ami roucuiy iiaiiiiicu ny littitcy.
Tito ofllcer placed Hurley under arrest on a
charge of assault, and couxejed him to tho
station, xxltcio ho xvas lcleased on $10 col
lateral. '1 liu light of policemen to cuter
tho premises of saloon keepers xx'as raised
xx hen tho enso canto up In tho Police Court,
Williams stated that ho went out in citizen's
clothes xcstcrday todlscox-er xxlicthcrtho
Sundnj law xvas being violated. Hoxvcntto
Hurlcx'sdoor and was met bj thopromlo
tor. and when he tiled to enter without
ranking his Identity known, ho xvas toiiglily
hnndled by Hurloy. He looked Into tho liar
and saw it lighted up, but did not get proof
enough to make a clinrgo of Sunriny bar.
"Up to the time of tho assault," said tho
Court, "thu defendant did not knoxv that
tho coinnl.ilnant was an ofllcer. and ho xxas
compelled to keep people out to piotect
himself against anest," Tho charge xvas
dismissed. 1'iank lilakc, of I), nearrirst
street southwest, wns clinrgcd with tho
snme offense. Illlnms said ho saxv men
coming out of Wake's house, nnd w hen ho
nppticit lot iKitaiunnco no wasiciuseci ami
struck on tho head by tho accused w hen ho
forced his xvny Into tho houso. A lino of
10 xx as Imposed In this case, because It xvas
shoxvn that tho defendant know that Will
iams was an ofllcer.
'Iho residence of Mr. Cot, tho grocer on
1' street, tw o doors east of tlio stallou-lioiiso,
wasenlctedby butglars sometltno during
last night, but as nothing was missing this
morning, It was supposed the thieve wcro
frightened olt by Mt. Cox's early ilslng to
open the stoto. 'tho cutranco xvas gained
by cutting thiough n window In tho lenr of
Charles Howard, a. whlto man, xvas found
Ixing In tho frelght-xnrd of tho llaltlnioro
iC Potomac Hallroad Company at South
Capital stteet und Yligtnia aveuuo south
west by Sergeant James Smith and Olllcers
Hutchinson and Wagner about 4 o'clock
jestcrday afternoon In a partially conscious
condition. On being questioned tho mm
6tated that ho had been struck by a pissing
freight train on Saturday night, and Just
had sufficient strength to crawl to a nlaco
of safety, w licio ho had been lxing and suf
feilng for eighteen houis. Ihu police am
bulauco xxas Immediately sutumoiiod, and
tho man leuiovcd to tho Alms Houso
Hospital, whero his liijuiles wero found to
boseilotts. 'iho phjslclans haxlng to ad
minister a natcotlc befoto they could dress
tho wouttds. His recovery Is doubtful.
Howard catuo here from New York a foxv
ilajs ago, and Is not known to hava either
friends or relative In this city,
lcfiigeiatois, carpets and furnltiuu sold on
wcel.1) or monthly pa incuts ut Smith's,
UU Nexv Jersey axenuo northwest.
"Aldrriioj Uuiry Wilsons "
l'tesU Aldcinoy bitttei, cliuined ox-erv
winning and demoted In J lt. 'WunP
lirlnls, -10c. per lb. Also oottiio checsu;
liiittcrinllk and sxxect milk, 5e. per ip.
Ciciiiu, llic. ci pint.
Nor wins Debilitated .lien,
Yotimo allowisl(iif trinl of tMitudaytal
tliousoof Dr. Dyos Celebrated Yoltalo Holt
with Llectilo htispensory Appliances, for tho
fin'cily relief and lx-riniimiit cuto of Nervous
llelilllty, loss nf vitality and Manhood and nil
klniliid troubles. Also fur many other dis
eases, t'oinplelo restoration tn health, x Igor
mid manhood guarantied No risk Is In
(lined llltistiati'd pamphlet. Willi full In
formation, terms, do , mailed fieu by addres
sing Yultulu Holt. Co . .Marshall. Mich
1'icr) blratii or rnhl nttnets that nook hack
una many riisiruips )tiu,
htnutlcrt tlio NrrtCHt
I'm cUvh tw Illood 1 1 1 vt vv Ivor
1)K .1 It Mi US. rnirlifclil Io,a, rntji
' llrmu'ri Iron liitUru U tho UH Iron men Id no I
Uhv1iu.wu tn my :m flirw' iractlco 1 hatofuumlit
npni nly Ixuh HlIoI hi iter rou i or i-li) vlc& nihaufetloii,
nnilinal) tlft'llititlutr nitniPi.tw that War hohenvity
uti tlir)Htbiu Uu it tmly in m own family "
Mn W V Hltottv. W7 Main St . Guvlnjiton. Ky.
i) 'tnim comply tely I toki it ilmn in tiualtnuuit
tntililoit itiih pnliu In my back liruwu'it Iron
lUttcnt eut In ly rvtorvil mu to UtaltU,"
j ii i id hrsnbnvoTiculo Mailc andcrfint-M rrtlllncs
t n WMi'l e 'I'tilin nn ullH-r. Alatlu mily ty
. LU t lir.MUAl.tO.. ilU.TlMOKl ,M1.
A toe lo Biy a Home.
A Small Cash Payment, Bal
r.nls SO IVcl Trout ; iimtiikIiii; Alimit
ISO IICI. ItllllKlllR In
l'rlcu fin m
$200 to $400.
Is Situated Immediately ut tlln east.
cl'll tfiliilnus of tlio Culiini-
Tlats of ltoscitalo will bo at tho
stnblcs of tho Columbia Hallroad Com
pany, 10th and II sis, u. c., mid at tho
W. H. CLAGETT,
No. 819 Market Space.
lsnattuos own icmedy made fiom roots
Rathored from foiests of Ucorela, Tho above
cut represents tlio method of Its mnmiftto
tuiu twenty xears hko Tho demand has
been ciadunlly InciensltiR until a fl00,(l
labouitoiy Is now neeessnry to supply tho
tradu. 1 1ris Rrcat Xcqctublo Illood rutlllor
cures Cancer Catarrh, 'crofuhi, Kczemt.
t leer, ltheutnattsin and Wood Taint hciedl
Inryorotlierwl-e xxlthout tho usoof mer
cuty or 1'otasli
' inn swiit srr:ciricco.,
N.Y., 157 W aJdst Drawcrtl.Atlnuta.O.i
llend. A llny
Ileitis Sores, lto
of Taste, Hour
Ingnnd Sin olt.
Cltll.XJl HAI.SI has pained an enviable
reputation, displacing all other preparations.
A particle (supplied Into each nostril, no pain;
ngreeablo to tt-e l'rlco fiiio by mall or at
druggists bend for clteular. ELY 11U03.,
Druggists, Owego, SV.
tat Unmt, lurtcw.
ITIIIUO nil CO jioiiur,UjWin wort
i ITCHIhG PILES. "s.vaIKK "
iitiituv i ULii. AMCitm or joutiuui inii-rmioiH e
raining I'remdturo Decay, enourt Dolillity Jurt
Manliooel, Ac .tiavlns tneil In aln oery known
tflinoJy.haaittwoerpti RBlinplomeaiidof eelf-cnrt',
whit h ho will Konil 1 lin tuliU follo-initrprorH,
Ail Jcog. J.U.KU, Vj.h. U Chatham hU..uw York.
a m:m dimovi:u.
Instant relief for Cold In tho Head, boro
Nose. 'Vo Iiliisiinis, (atiirrh, lla I'lixei,
,x,c lie a box. Tor sale by all druggists.
HuxltiR leieutly lilted up a
Inconncctliiii with mx PATENT l'ltOLEs,
1 ntn prcpauil to linnlsb
II.I.l STUA'I IH.Nb At' NEW VOItK PltlCE's
I'liotogiaphlug on Wood for tlio Ti.ido
118 F.I.EX EN't'll STltEEI' N XV.
C .A. DR B T X 3ST & S -GEO.
lias in stm k n full lino of Carpeting, all
guides Ollclutlii,, (iii'oa and Miaxv Mattings.
Abo latest stjles la Well Paper, XMniluxv
Shades and Cm tain lioods. Vlro Wladoxv
and Door bcreens
42(1 NINTH HTltF.KT NOUTHWl'HT.
Schlitz's Milwaukee Lager,
Tin: hest in the distuict.
SAMJEL 0. PALMER, Agent,
111 TWENTY NINTH bl' NOKTIIW'EbT
VWl 'v "" Hal
l'lI'TV THOUSAND copies of a Musical
Album, containing tho choicest selection
fiom Iho most celebrated authors, will bo
to all my Tea and Coffee ctutonicis,
distribution will commence on
nml conlliiuo dally until lliocntlio odltlon
Is exhausted. None should fall lo secure a
copy. 'Iho same amount, of music cannot
bo bought for less than CO cents at any
music store In the city,
Try My Celebrated
Teas & Coffees
ltctallcd nt Wholesale Prices.
Pure Sugars at Cost.
G. D. KEMY
Tea Dealer & Coffee Roaster,
S. Il.t'oi-. rtb and I nm. X. XV.
Nexv York Stato.
I'tom Cold Storage, Vermont.
KxtraChuIco lllgln and York State.
Estia I.aigo Cape Cod.
Xcxv Pi tines,
Extia Largo and Medium.
l'linccss Paper Shell Almonds,
3"i cents per round.
Very loxv. Largo Assot tment.
Cincinnati Sugai -cured Hams,
U Cents per round.
Sugar-cured IJicalcfasl Bacon,
Alxvays rtcsh and Ctlsp.
Jlnndheling Jttx-a ColTco,
K.xtin Nexv JInckciel,
Extra choice. Natuial color.
I'uro Trttlt and basar (xvnrranted),
in pint glass Jars, loodoz. Only
?j.oupcTuo. uieai uuivaiu.
428 Ninth Street, bet. D and E,
ItClllll.I.s I'ASIIIiV TEA,
At 50 CENTS A rOL'NIl Only at
llAltllOUK ii 1IA31IL10N,
Flour, Wlno nnd Orncory Jfcrclinnti,'
C14 to QIC I'ennn. Axenuo.
1I0TELS AND TAURANTS,
WELOKER'S NEW HOTEL,
Trill, T.ir,, 7'i7 15th St. X. XV.
LI ItOPEAN l'LAN.
Itcstamant a latatte.
WAMIINOTON, I). C.
WASHINGTON, 1). 0.
AEMY & NAVY HEADQUAETERS.
10L11 UtO.N FHIE LSCAl'KS
'1 r.lt.XlS-.$;l.OO mid $t.OO per liny.
TI AltltlS HOCbi:.
11 F.UrtOPEXN l'LW,
l'ciuisylvnnla avenue, near Fourteenth streot.
Special rates for bummer Month.
Cl.l.MON linUSIl, 7TII AND I SIS.
n xv; l!rt class tublo bo.inl and largo
looms at reasonable rates, location central.
WM.O NAYI.oll, Proprietor. Jy.i tf
ST. JA.XII.b' IIOH'.I.,
blxth street anil I'ninsylxanl.i avonuo.
I. WQOIillUUY. Proprietor,
1 l'j:i l, ST , OPPOSITE HldCiS 1101 K
Aioitud thoeornei 13th and o streets
c'llt Washington, l (
1323 T Street N. W , Opp. the Ebbitt,
IVASlllNO'lON, II. O.
Clliollarindon, saiatogi spilngs, N. Y.)
C. 1,OSi:KA5I, Proprietor.
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH ST. AND PENN. AVE.
t-r Open all night
JOHN If, 1MSS ft CO,,
No, 937 Pa, Ave, N.W.
hm.dcrs ,t Slnymnn beg to announce tho
ocnlni! of their
New Piano and Organ
Wnrcronms, nil I' street n. xv , Oct. I, lssr,, nt
xxhleh Unto they xxlll display nn eloxant as
sortment of tho World ltcimxxnori
Mcr Bros, Pianos and Estcy Organs.
Also the Celebrated
Fischer and Estoy Pianos.
Instruments sold on Monthly Payment,
nl-n I or Id nt, ut low rati's.
Tuning nnd Ilcpulrlnit a Specialty Second
llnnil i'liitins nml Organ at llnrgnln ,
Mr .Inrxls Ilutlcr ilm illsiinmilsliwl organ
ist, xxlll bo In charge of XVnshhiKton room,
15 N lll.MII.ESST IMirhTHKHTV tt
Jlaltlmoro. JId Wnohlnglon I) V
I'ni'iMiiili'il In Tone. Toiicli, Work
111 tltir-i Ii 1 1 nml llllrublllty.
At All Pilces.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
Wm. Knabe & Go
siv MAititrr sr.vci:
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avonuo, second door xvost
of Ninth street,
b'.LE AGENTS TOIt
Ohiokoring and James & Holmatrom
CLOUG1I AM) XVAHKHN OKOANS,
And all MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS.
Tickets only S".
fehares In rroiwrtlott
LoiiisirAim State Lottery Co.
IIV do h(tihj eti tlfy that we stipmite Ihi ar-
ranmtiHitts Jvi all
it rie j-
Montlthi mid SemUAn-
tmal JJiauliiqn of the Louisiana .V(e iMltrnj
Ct injxtny and In lit son inttitaye and control the
J)liulnri 1uiiuntKt, nml that tin ranu ait nn-
ductal xrlth honctty, falriKim ami In rorl faith
totianlall jiartUr.and ue aiithml: the Com
jHiityta use this ttitlthate. ulth fa similes of
out slanatuiaattaclitd, IniU adut tltcmenlt."
Incorporated In 1S0S for S3 years by tho
Leglshituro for Kriticatiounl anil Cli.ullnblo
putlHises, xxlthainpltal of $l,nnn,(ioo. tow bleb
u reerx o fund of ox er SSOO.ouo ha slaco been
Iiy nn overwhelming popular voto Us fnin
chWo xxas mad o apart nt tho prosent stuto
Constitution, nilopteil December a, A I) IST'J.
'Iho only Lotteiy exer xnteri on und en
dorsed by tho peoillc nf any statu.
IT NEVElt SCALES Olt POSTPONES.
Its Grand Mnglo Number Dr.ixvlngs take
A i-pliiidld opiiortunlty to win a fortune.
L'loxinthOratiri Diawlug,( his I,, In tho Acad
i tny of Music, Now oih'iius, Tuesday, Nox em
ber 10, 1S55 isotli Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 Tickets nt Flvo Dollar Each.
Fractions, in i nths, In pioiwrtlon.
LIST OF PltlZEM.
1 CAPITAL PltlZE
1 do do
1 do do
5 do !!,Onu
10 do 1,0110
KO do Wl
1(H) do aw
SCO do 100
BOO do Ml
1,000 do S5
!) Approximation Prizes of S"
1) do do MU .
0 do do oO ..
1.0C7 Plize amounting to SJf.V0O
Applli.atlon for rates to clubs sliuiilil bo
mado only to tho ofllioof tho Companyln Noxv
For further Information write olearly. glxlng
full nitdtess, j-iivrAi, miio-s, j:xpres-
nary fettir Cuirincy by Express (all sums ol
S5 and upwards ut our expense) addressed
Make l1. 0. Money Orders l'ayalle ami
Address Uegisteied Letters (o
NEW OHLEANb NATIONAL It VNK.
Now Orleans, La.
LOUISIANA NATIONAL II NK,
Noxv Oi leans, La
STATH NATIONAL II K,
Noxv Orleans, Ia
GE11MANIA NATION I. II SK,
N, w Oil. ins 1 I
BEST WASHING BLUE
It Ih NiiI I'iiIsiihoiis, Aids Itleillblllg of
XX ash mill (ilw'x II u llleh (iloss,
TO HE HAT) OF YOUIt UltOCEIt
M l.ltlf S I 1.1 It VM ltINi: XVOHK's
No. 55 Xlnlden I.lllli), N. X.
miWH'nUill'n ill1 in a "il tlilf fl I llliimMT
-ur' r f ft rr t i i i
Ill 1III1M1IITII, HMI AMI NI1HTIIMTST.
iJOt llt.l TltXUK,
bl'll.L HAILS. MAOXll'I JBVT IllOll'llK.S t,
is rrrscr h tuhph It, 1R9I5.
Trains leave WiMlilnstnn from station, corner
of Hlxtli nnd 11 itroots, n follows;
rurl'lttsbiirif and tlie XX'imI Chlaiwn Llml'ori
Express ol rnlacesiooiilngl'Mrsntll'SOn n.
ilnlli! t'nst l.lne, l)Mii in ilslly bif'ln a
tiatlnnilm lnil. wllh ihwptnc Cir fiom
Itnirlslairgto c iik-i ill ,imt llotuK'nr to
M tori,. i1iiII,otii 1 1 '.uturdnv liiL'il. 'i,
with MicplngCHI' Altiiiilin toChli-nijii t ti'
ciiBoniicl Clin Inniitl Express at 7 HI p in.
il illy, xx It It Meoplng Car" W'asltlnit.m to c 1 1
i ago nnd llnrrliriitiK t Lmilsvlllo: oonm !
Imint UBrrlsbtirgwIthXVuiituru Expross ss h
thrriti'h sleepers for St. Lnnls IVcI'li' h
pn-ss, 10 p tn dully for I'lttshtira a I ' i
xlist xiltli li'iniifli lwper IIarrl"bur ")
lb xi hind slid ( hlcneii
hALIl.MOUl; A. KirOMAO UXIt.KOXU.
I'or Eilo, ( iinnndnigiiii. Him Mter, llnrfiln
Milium, lop ir, dally, oxoppt tSiittirniiy,
xx llh I'libui) ( nis XVuKlilnglnn to Itoeliencr
for XX llllnirt i,rf, Loeh llnxcn nnd L'lmlra, at
II Ilia in ifalll, nxc ,-,r Sunilny.
TurNew York and tho East, T:lf, H'tlT nn 1
Jin tn , 'J, I, in p m. and 12:15 night on
himdny. 8 '.(in m,, !, 10 p. m, nnd l-J 15
night. I.lmllnl Expros of Pnllinnn Parlor
Curs Ii III a m dully, except Sunday.
I'or lioslonxxlilioiit ifimuo 'ip m in-oryilay.
I'orllrooklm.N Y .nil tin ninth trains oonn t
aUerrcyi llvwlthbtmtof llrnoklyn Annot,
aflotillligillri'it trnnriT to Knllon stroor,
nx nldlng ilutiblu Icrrlngo across Now York
rflri,lillnilclplila,7,in. R :to nnd 11 a ra , 2,
1, l, 10 p in and 11! ir, nlKht On Hnndny,
H so n m , 'J, I, il, 10 p in nml Vitia night.
Limited Kxpros, U 10 n. in dally, oxcopt
Forllaltlmnro, (inr,, 7t1R, B.:i(), llslti, ll;W)
a. m, VI 0.1, 2, I, l'2C, t'111,0, 7-lt), 111 p. in.
nnd 12'ir night. On Sunilny, H.lo.li'lo, u
a. in, 2, 1,(1, 7:11). JO p. in, and 12.15 night.
For 1'opi) s Creek I.lno, 7:15n. m , nnd l:lu t.
m dully, except biindav.
I'or Alinni)Is, 7-15 n m 12 0" nndd'2'5 p.
m dally, except biimlny. On Sunday t p in
ALEXANiiniA .t, riii:oi;nioKHunni uxil-
WAY AND Al.bXXNIIHtV ,t tVAijlt-
I'or Aloxnndrln, (I, 7, 0.25. 11 01 nnd 11 'IB
a in . 2 01, I 2(1, -1 IB, ,1 25. 8 05 nnd 1 1 :J7
p in Onbuudny nt 0, 0.25, 11. (il a. in.,
inr Ktciiinonu nnu tlio Hontii, Onnd 11.01 a.
n-j miuui, i anu li.oi n.
pm rinlly.uxccpt Sundav.
Urla for wnshlngtnn u oh,
. 1. 1105. 11:2.1. 5:1(1. 7 0.
in uni vniiii i in T) m nni v
irnins icaxn Aioxnnuna I
... - ... ... . i.
8, J(), jo 10 n. m,
nnd 1 1:115 p in, nnd 12:10 midnight, oxcept
Monday. OiiMimlnyntB nnd 10.10 a.m.
7 05 nnd 11::I5 n m. nnd 12:10 tib-lit.
ensl comer of thirteenth "trcct nnd l'ennsy
lrnnln nriinie, nnd nt tho station, whero or
ders enn bo left for Iho chocking of bnggago
to destination from hotels nnd residences.
CIIAS.H. I'tlGlI, J. It. WOOD,
(icnernl Mnnnger. Gen. Passenger Agent.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD".
bCIIKDULE IN IUTEtT SUNDAY, MAY
18b5, UNTIL rUHTHEH NOl'IOK.
Lcavo Washington from Stntlon, corner Noxv
Jersey aveuuo anil C street.
For Chicago, 10 n m, nnd 10,10 p. m, dally.
Tlio 10 a. in. Is n fast Limited Kxpros to
l'ltlsburg nnd Chicago, nrrlvlng In riltsbiirg
nt7:t!op. m,thlcngo nuxt morning nt 8.55.
No extra fare Is charged on this train for fast
I'or Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Loul dally
at a IHI p. ra. und 10.10 p. m xvlth through
conches nnd J'nlaco bleeping cars to nboxo
points xxlthout chango. :i..K)p. m. train I a
fast limited train to Cincinnati and St Louis,
nrrlvlng In Cincinnati noxt morning nt 7:15,
bt. Loul u :io p. m. No extra faro 1 charged
on this trnln for fnst lime.
For l'ltlsburg at 10 n. m., with Parlor Car,
nnri 0:10 p. m. dally to l'lttsburg, CIox eland
and Detroit, xvlth sleeping cars to l'ltlsburg.
For llaltlmoreon xxeek iluyn 5, 0:10,0:1(1,
7 iio. 8 no and 10 05 a m 12.10, 1:25, :i:l5
(tr, inlnuto train), il.UO, l.ill), 1:10,5:10,0,11),
7, 8 25 nnri 1 1 p m
For Ilaltlmoro on Sundays 0-10, 7:10, 8 :)0
nnri l()05n. m..l 25, l:tlo, U.ao, 1:10,5:10.
0 to.7 H 25 nml lip m.
1'nr points on tho Hliennnuoah Vnlloy Hall
ronri nnd points South, 0.25 a. m. nnri ICIO p.
in. dully 0 25 n. m. truln has Pullman
blccpcr Irom Washington to Nexv Orleans,
For Annapolis, (1.10 a. m. nnd 12:10 and
4 no p. in.; on Sunday. 8 no a. m. and 1:10
ForwayBtntton betxveen Washington mid
Ilaltlmoro. 5, 0:10, s.no n. m.. 12:lo, a JO,
1.10, 7 nnd 11 p. in. On btindays. 8.J10 a. in.,
1 :i(), il.'ju, 4-10, 7 and 11 p. m. For station
on Mctroiiolltan branch, 7:25 a. m. nnd 11:15
P tn. dnlly. except bitnrinv. nnd 5:110 n. in.
d.illy: -IMO p. in. dally, except Sunriny, for
principal stations on
8 10 u. in ilntlvon So
lncniui Bullions on .xicironnlltnii ilrnnnti
10 u. in dally on Sunday Btop at nit stn-
Hon; fur Lexington, Stnunton nnri Valley
llranch.H III a. ra. dally, uxcept Sunday; for
Frederick, 8:10 a. ra., 1:HJ p. m. dally, oxecpt
For local stations bctxvoen XVashlngton nnd
Oaltbcrsburg, 12 'M p. m dally, except ban
For Hagcrstown and Winchester, 8:-10 n. m.
dally, oxcept Sunday, and 5':i(lp. ra. dally to
llagerstown; dally, except Sunday, to vlu
Chester. Trnlns arrlvo from tho West dally, 0, 7.-20 a.
m.. 1-15. (llJOp. in.
Fiom Annapolis, 8-:io a. m. andl 50 and
5 25 p m.: sunriay.io :15a.m. und 0.35 p. in.
1 mm Lexington, G :io p. m. dally, except
1 rom rrederlek nnri Intcrmcrilato point,
8 25 a.m. and 8 15 p. ra. dully, except bun
duv. Trains le.avo ilaltlmoro for Washington nt
r,'lo, o ,10, 7"J0, o, o 05 nnd 10 !lo a. m 12:15,
. oki. .,, i, i.-ii, o, i) .tn, a, o nno ii p. ra. nil
Sundays, (l :io, 7 20, o and o 05 a. m , l::lo,
2 :io, f 20, 5, o no, 8, o and lip. in.
All trains from XX'nshlngton stop nt Relay
Station, except 1 25, 0:15 and 0 10 p. ra.
For furllii r information apply nt tho Haiti
moio fc Ohio ticket ofllcc Washington Sta
tion, 010 and 111.51 Penna avo .corncrof 1 ttli
st , xx hero ordi rs xx 111 bo taken for baggago to
bo checked und rccelxed nt nny point In the
city. C. K. LOUD, (J. p. K.
11 DUNHAM, Gen. Mnn , Ilaltlmoro.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE It. .x-r DEPOT. SIXTH AND 11 STS.)
71OOAM Fur nil wnyttattonn, Lexington,
Ky , Loulsxllle, Cincinnati, Columbus, bt.
Louis. Dally except bumluy.
1 1 A M For Newport New s, old Point Com
fort nnd Norfolk. Dnlly except Sunday.
5iJ0 P. M For Loulsxllle, Cincinnati, si
Louis uml Chicago, connecting for nil
points West, Northwest nnd Soiithxvost;
fast express dally: docB not stop for local
business: through Pullman service to
Loulsrillo and Cincinnati.
Tor tickets nud Information npply nt C. .fc
O. lliillxxayollkc, 5KI l'ennsvlanln axenuo,
under Nntlonal Hotel; Va. Midland Itallvay
ofllee, 001 Pennsylvania uxcuuu, and U. & P.
II W. FULI.EIt,
General Passenger Agent.
C. W. SMITH,
FItANK THIOU, Eastein Passenger Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after Alfll'STilO, 1885, train will
leave from and urrlxo at othanri II
sis. Depot as follows:
Leavo Washington Oa.m. andl 15 p m.
dally; nrrlx o nt llclmont Park 10 51 a m. anil
0,2(1 p. in ; Lccsburg 11 01 a m and (UNI p.
m ; arrive at Hound 11111 at 11. 1J u. m and
Returning, leavo Hound Hill (1 01 a. m and
3 00 p m ; pass I.eeburg (I 12 a m and 1:30
p m ; llolmont Park (1 51a m nudS-JO p. m.,
nnd nrrlx o at W ushlugtun at 8 .15 a. in. and
7 10 p ra
nn -unihixs liu- truln leivmg Washington
nton in , nli nuistol Mslniig.iiud thutridn
in il lug ut 7 lo in stints from l.cesbtug.
sreclnl etiiusion rates and Sunday tralna
lo Iiclmnnr Park Monthly and commuta
tion rati" to all ilnt.
s M llliOPIIY, stipt . Alexandria, Va
E J. I.oeUWOOD, Pass. Agt., 607 Pa avo.
Wnshlngtnn D (
il'l ( I 1. NOTlt'lL
llic sl'EAMF.It FACEI.SIOU
XX vHf,TON AND NORFOLK LIVE
xxlll be xxlthdrnXMi from tho rolitu after si V
1)Y. SEITEMIIEU 20
Tho STEXMKlt (lEOIUli: l.EARY iom
wh.uf MUM)Ab, XX E1)MIAYS WD 1 III
lX-s at ft t) p m. Returning, le.ivi Suit
InlK, nun llostiin wharf, on niMllls,
'IIHIISD.WS ANDb.Vll'lttmsnt I p in
W M. P XX 1.1.1 II
sc!7 (.eueral Xgcnt
T.TT. Yi:ilMI I MT. YIUtNONI
bTEAMEU W. W. COllCORANjnfc
Leaves 7tb st. xx barf dally, except Sunday for
Mt ernonnt llloilo, kii m , returning,
reaches Washington ntmut .1 10 p m
1. I, lll.xiui, captain
riviNiiitiiii.K M nuir xiDS'itm:, tiii:
1 I'nl'l I XII lint I'l t s Xluil ste.imui'
(.l.iiKI.I LI Xlt Miiinlnj, W wlnemluy und
1 1 Mux 1 1 "in b'ol "t Jlli "I . ill 1 in
Ni in, looms mi I tl kits at Baltimore ,C Ohio
inlhi- iVil und id" Pi axu.st Male Hotel
nnd ln, x 1 pii M Pa axe, who will also
i link huueiigi I iom hotils anil prlx-iitoresl
ili in is l,,r liuthir liifui illation lumilto at
( i menu) 'a oniie, 7tti Bt. vilmrl, TuWpuone
, xvil 1 1 XM P. WELCH, nun. Agon.
I-- l) FAltl's,
j Fin It ess Jlonroo nnd Norfolk
llrst elass fuloil; Hound tilp, 1 25.
stiumii JnnoMiiMiley Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday at 5..I0 p. in.
PiiKsage and rooms eeured at general ofllee,
bltli .tint xx barf Ti lephono call. 01
l'otmn.i, Itlxcr Lanrilngs-steainer Tlimnp
eon Monday, V edtiesday uuri Friday at 7 a.m.