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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER J (I, 1R83.
jwst nixitivjii) a riNi: i.isv.
'Men's and Boys' Clothing
At price that will defy compelltlon. Jlmi'
Cnsslnuri Mill '. fnnn W lip: Moil's Ovcreolts,
fiotnf'.I.WlnfJfl; Child's Ovuromts, ngo 3 to
C, for 'l nml up: Hoys' Overcoat", ngo 1 1 to H,
from & .1 upwards; Hoys' Hulls, ngo I to 11, 81
mill I, up; Hoys' School HulKiuo 10-tiill,
8.1 Mi o gij our IV. Undershirts nnd Unworn
haul to bunt: IloyV Mo. Blilrl. Mo. Pol"
Cup?, r,.L School lint: our SI Mlssns'nnd
llom' t'clionl KIlOOS, solid! 0,1c. Hoi Flannel
Mifrtn nml )riwcr; good lints for 00c, mt 1
til llojn'blniilu Pants only two.
Selling Cheap for Cash nt
&MXJ33 "5T ' S ,
OLO TJEC I 1ST GK
3HE. 3D. IB.A.:r:E1,
11 tl l'l'.NK. AVUNHi:,
Winter OvercoatlneE and Snltlnas
Of my own Importation, nowrccclved. flontio
men, plcnso cull, Inspect and loavo your or
ders nt tho Loud In? Tailoring Establishment
of Washington, Hest (loods. lloit Trim
mings. Nono lint flrst-clnss workmon oin
ployed nt 1111 Pennsylvania Aicnuo.
TI. ID. IBJEIR.
Importer and Tailor.
Broadway Dlaginal Over
coats. ISluo nnil llrnwn, Puck nnd Surtout, Silk
Lliu.il mid Worsted Lined,
E. B. BARNUM & CO
031 Ponnn. Avonuo.
Now Is tho tltno to look nlmut for tho tight
liluco to buy your l'nll nnd Winter Shoos. In
our stock embraces everything dolrnblo In
dtilo and minHty to which wo uro weekly
milling now lines. In
Misses' and Children's
wo lmvo tho best makes for wear and com
tort. To our
ivo roll your Rtiecl.il attention. If you want
n DilESS Slioi: wo lmvo
rino French Kid Congress and ll.itlon,
Kino patent Leather Congress nnd Lnco.
Finn French Calf Congress Lnco and Itutton,
nil of tho best mnkes.
Hut tho shoo that talks for stylo, oomfnrt,
perfect lit nml good wear Is ouf tlnocnlf,
ewcu. in oi cry nyic, incoming mo t nimii.
1'IIAbTnt S3, tho boit Bhou for tho monoy
that enn bo cold.
DAL10N & STRICKLAND,
Ulitl tVnnn. Avenue.
One-Price Shoo Store.
"3 S'oientll Street,
Under Odd-Fellows' Hall.
E. C. Hurt's Flno Shoes for Ladlos a specialty.
vr.yj iu:ii m. .. iv.
027 F.1. Are. Fust.
I hnvo a lot of Flno Shoes, my own mako,
tnat 1 will noil at n bargain, Olvu mo n trial.
J00 KS AH PSTATia N EjflY
Colored Tissue Paper,
ki:d ci'.dak caiu'i:t linino.
80S and 807 D St. Northwost.
Buy Your Books and Stationary
Scrofula of Lungs.
I am now n years old, and havo suffered
for tho last llftceu jenra with a lung troublo,
lbaio spent thousands of dollars to nrroit
thomnrthof this disease, but temporary re
lief was nil that I obtnluod. I was unlit for
liny miiiiuul labor for several years. A friend
strongly recommended tho uso of Nwlfl's Spo
clllotS. S.8.), claiming that ho hlmsolf had
been greatly benefited by Its uso In somo lung
tioublcs. 1 resetted to try It. Tho results
uiuiemarkablo. Jly cough has left mo, my
Mrcngth has returned, nnd I woUh sixty
iioundsuioro than 1 over did Ininyllfo, It
lias becuthieo years slucu I ktoppod tha uso
of thomedjeino, but I havo had no return of
tho dlicuso, and t hero uro no inlnsorwoak
nccs felt In my lungs. I do tho h.irdost kind
of mechanical work, nnd feol ns well as I ovor
fell tinea I was a boy. Those I know, nro
wonileiful Mutoments tomako, but 1 am lion
iit when I say that I mvo my oilstoneo and
1 eallh to-day to S. H. S. I would bo leeromt
tutl utility I own to humanity If I billed to
bear this cheerful tostlmonyto tha merits of
this wonderful inedlelno. T. J. Holt.
Jlontgomeiy, Ala., .liino it, 1SS5.
Kw Ill's Spccltlu Is entliely vtuolnhla. Tioit
lso on llloid and Skin Diseases mallod froo.
Tin: Mui'TSi'yrine Co.. Drawer 3, Atlanta,
(In., or 157 W 1.3d fcUN. V;
IiillaniMiii t ton,
of Taste, IToni-
lngaiHl Sin nil.
A qnlck Itollef.
OltUAllI I1AT.BI lias gained an onvlahlo
reputation, displacing all othor preparations.
A partlelo Is nppllcd Into each ntntrfl: no pain:
Rgrecablo to uso. I'rlco ni)o. by mall or nt
druggists. Send for circular. ELY UHOS.,
DruggUts, Owego.N. Y.
it (I i Utrtknt, $urt turg,
ITCHING PILESMf rSfflaKS
'""""w11 - lta-wtu. nU'U
ra ng I'rcniittiira liecay, f,noui uil-llli, i"
wlilrh ho hII n. 1 linn to hi, f.iiomif7r",S
a hi:w iHUvr.tiv.
Inatnnt lollcf for Cold In tho lload, Soro
Koso. "Jn'two lllo.soms," Catarrh, Hay I'ovor,
&.O. 13u. a box. For Kalo bv -ill drilggUts.
I JCn.Ii UruMriur
Ilranoh Onieo, 013 Hth st, n. w.
KoFrOllt rioco-Tuu Self Diosslng.
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
Robert 0. Ingersoll on tho American
Glcik3 Who ConMonlly Cling to tha
SUPHEMI3 OOUHT GOSSIP.
Tho Roles of tho Justiou3, anl How H'uh
Itoir tt AViisSoiiinlliiicH lintitisotl Upon
by Impecunious llorrowori.
Snys George) 1'nrsoni J.nlluop In tho
Diouklyn Suiulny Timet: Yfslorilny I
liail n tnlk wllli Colonel Hoburl Inger
soll, Tlio conversation turncil nt ono
point to llio Atncrlcnn Copyright
I.cngiio nnd ItB llrst niiminl meellng lait
Pnlut ilny. I hnd the plcnsuro I ought
to cny, rnthcr, tho pain of founilltig
nml orgniil.lng tno Atncrlcnn Copy
light I.engue. I nowllml thnt IU ex
ecutive committee, which I brought
together, U nn Impracticable) body. It
holds out ngnlnst nny provision of lnw
which Klioulil compel the pi luting In
the United Stntcs of foreign books to
be copyrighted here. This Is n useless
contention, becnuso no millior, cither
unlive or foreign, could bu hurt by hav
ing his hook printed In the country
which elves lilm copyright. Colonel
Ingeisoll expressed lilmsolf n wholly
In fnvor of Intel national copytlght; but
he ninilo one very useful remark, which
ought to bo considered, "If nn au
thor," nald he, "could bring
into tho malice t n commod
ity tho vnluo of which was
definitely settled, ho might dictate terms
nnd laws. Hut tho fnct Is that when
ho has finished his lnnnuscrlpt ho does
not know whether It will mako him a
star In the literary sky or consign him
to oblivion. Neither does tho publisher
know. The author must secure the
best conditions ho can get; but ho
should lemcmbcr bis wares nro of un
certain value." Colonel Ingersoll went
on lo say that he considered our do
mestic copyright law worthless. "There
is nolhlng'In it," ho said, "to protect
nny writer from tho theft of his own
work, I spent weeks hero In New
Yoik trying to find out who had plrnted
my lectures, nnd nt lust discovered n
poor, miserable printer who had been
publishing garbled reports of them in
pamphlet form, nnd had sold 739,030
copies of them for his own benefit with
out paying me a cent. Tho violation
of copyright, in the caso both of tho
native and the foreign author, ought to
Le mauo punisnnbio as larceny.
"Any day in passing through thoTroas
u ry building," says the correspondent of
tho Now Oilcans Statu, "you nro liable
to meet a messenger or two pulling n
low cart, whose wheels nro covered
with rubber tires. On this Is generally
n square box, tlireo or four feel long
and a foot and a half In width. It is
securely locked. In this; box tho monoy
which 'is sent from ono part of tho
Trcnury to another is transferred. Al
though millions of dollars pass from
ono room lo another nnd from one story
of the building to another, you never
see nny of It carried about In the hands
of tho employes or in nny manner to
attract attention. It is nlwnys handled
in these boxes or packages, nnd when
it goes from tho building to tho depot,
to bo sent mvny by express, or Is brought
In on sotno train, it is carried back nnd
forth between tho Treasury and the
stntion in n largo iron safe, mounted on
wheels, looking like n largo 'Ulaek
jraria,' and attended by two or three
aimed guards. You may seo this
curious vehicle driving up nnd down
1'timsylvanla nrcmio almost nny daj-.
It entries thousands nnd sometimes
millions of dollars."
"It Is curious," says n Western cor
respondent, "how tho Government em
ployes continue to hopo against fnto.
There is it steady removal going on in
tho Departments, nnd scarcely n day
passes in which there are not moro or
less decapitations of Ucpubllcans nnd
appointment of Democrats to their
places, lint they hopo against It just
Iho samo all tho time. AVith qxamples
before their eyes every dny thoso who
nro In Insist that they nro going to be
ictalncd. 'Thero will not be ono of
you fellows lclt In two years from this
time,' said n prominent llcpublican, n
business man of this city, to n Depart
ment clerk tho other night, ns they
wero discussing a business proposition
which covered a pretty long period of
time. 'Oh, I guess it is no't so bad as
that,' wns tho clerk's reply. 'I think
the man who goes quietly about his
business, going regularly to his desk
nnd putting In his full tlmo, patiently
and honestly, will not bo disturbed.'
And yet this same mnu know, in his
inner consciousness, that ho was argu
ing against tho probable facts, for ho
Is seeing every dny men who follow
this plan faithfully, lcmoved without a
moment's warning. It seems to 1)3
something llko tho consumptive, who
though ho dally grows weaker nn I
nearer the grave, insists constantly that
he Is stionger."
I dropped Into the Supremo Comt
to dny, says "F. G. O." In tho Chicago
Tribune, nnd tookn glance at tho black
gowned Justices trying a caso. A red
fnced, blonde-moustuched lawyer In a
business suit was making a dreary
plea before them nbout homo ship lost
In tho Mediterranean, and tho nlna
judges, for nil tho wotld llko big-headed,
long-bearded old women In .Uothor
lluhbards, sat in BtllMinckcil chairs be
hind a raised counter listening to him.
They nro n great deal llko old women
In somo respects, and, I am told, nro
vciy paitlcular about their gowns.
The material used is tho finest satin
delaine, and It takes from fourteen to
twenty-two ynids to mako n gown.
Thoy nro made by Inllors, and their
cost ranges from j75 to i?ino apiece.
Their foimlsmueh llko that of tho
gown of an DpNcopal clergyman, ami
tho yoke Is the most particular part of
their anatomy. The Chief .lustlco Is
now woaiiug his fifth gown, and all of
tho judges keep several In their ward-
loue, tutu lsiy mo supremo rutin
woro gowns with n facing nf bright rod
satin, and thero Is Mich n gown In the
possession of John .lay's great grand
son which corresponds to the one In
Btunrt'H portrait of Jnv In the rutlrlu,'
room of the Supremo Court nt the Cap
Ilol. The gowns of to-day are of jet
black satin, which shines In tho light
of tho window back of tho Juljci' u
they Hit upon the bench. Thoy weir
these gowns differently. J ml ire Field
seems to bo proud hi his, nnd It ap
pears to be a part nf himself, .lustlco
Miller throws his nbout ns though ho
despised it, nnd Stanley Mnllhows
handles the collar of his as though ho
wero inicomfortablo In It. Tho Su
preme Judge wears his gown like tho
nirpio ot a King, nuillltlo .luilgolinul-
icy has his gown buttoned closo tip to
his neck nml his brlaiitcvuaud nervous
manner icmlml one of n llttlo old
faced boy with his grandmother's
black apron tied nbout his neck.
Chief . lustlco AVnllo shows no traces of
his recent sickness. IIo is ns brown ns
n berry, and thero arc yet enough black
hairs In his head to mako n watch
chain, Stanley Matthews Is aging,
nnd his high forehead Is creeping very
cIofu Into the region of baldness. Ills
wife's denth bus already howii tho sil
ver In his sandy beard, and ho does not
look happy. Justice Field has not
changed In recent years. Justice Until
ley nt 72 looks as If ho might outlast
several Administrations, nml, I am told,
ho has no intention of resigning. IIo
is worth thrcc-quaitcrs of a million
and sits on the bench for nmusement
Judge Gray has grown falter, and
looks moro than over llko a giant
edition or Dickens' Fat Hoy with n
bald head. Judge Miller, who Is also
ready for retirement, appear.) to bo In
peifcct health, and, In fnet, nil of tho
Justices look ns though they slept well
of nights nnd used judiciously the $10,
000 n yenr which they will have for
tho rest of their lives whether on tho
bench or oft It.
or some years beforo his death, says
n writer In tho Philadelphia Times,
John McCullouch's most bitter, viru
lent enemy wns George II, Ilutler, n
once brlllfnnt newspaper man, who
possessed much of the rhetorical
nblllly nnd power of Invective thnt dis
tinguished his uncle, Ilcnjnmin F, Ilut
ler, but whoso Intellect has been
clouded and whose life has been com
pletely wrecked by the fumes that rlsn
from tho flowing bowl, McCullough
nnd Duller wero nt ono time very good
friends. On the opening night of one
of his engagements in Washington,
somo years ago, Ihcro wns brought to
McCullough in his dressing room n
nolo which ran thus:
UkauJoiin: Send mo SW bvhoareror I will
glio you hts In tho papers. Your friend,
McCullough, supposing this to bo
meicly a jocular manner of requesting
n friendly loan, enclosed $20 In tho fol
PiAiiOntiuuE: Enclosed plcnollnd S-J. Do
notglio mo tits In Iho vipers Just jet. Your
The tragedian never thought of tho
matter again until his next visit
to Washington, when ho received
from Duller a precisely similar note.
It then occurred to him thnt this was n
.oniowhnt pccullnr manner of request
ing n second loan, especlnlly as tho
previous ono had not been repaid, but
knowing his friend's Bohemian tenden
cies, he again sent him tho $20, with n
somewhat similar reply. On a third
repetition of Dutlcr's request and Its
accompanying threat to gtvo mm "lits
In the papers unless it wns compiled
with, the tragedian became convinced
thnt llutlcr wns not In jest, but in earn
est, and ho indignantly lefused lo com
ply with his demand. From that time no
man ever had niuoro implacable enemy
or one who assailed him moro fiercely
w 1th tonguo nnd pen nt every opportu
nity than McCullough had in Duller.
It is a curious coincidence thnt only a
few days beforo McCullough's death
his former friend nnd later enemy wns
committed for six months to tho work
house in Washington.
"A sure sign of decay In National
institutions, nnd tho laws of Integrity
nnd honesty on the part of tho masses
of nny nation Is furnished by tho
springing up nnd nourishing of crlnio
of office brokerage" said an oldoillclal
at tho Postoillec Department to tho
coi respondent of tho Minneapolis
Tribune tho other day. "When the
people of Spain," continued tho
ofilclal, "began to Indulgo In these
offenses ngnlnst tho llfo of that nation,
thoy speedily forfeited tho respect and
esteem thoy had beforo enjoyed among
the nations of nil Kuropc, and soon sunk
from ti first-class position to thnt of a
fouith rnte power. Up to tho present
tlmo Iho peoplo of the United Stales
have never been cursed by tho practice
of lids species of corruption, and happy
should they bo in consequence, llut
because thoy lmvo escaped thus far
Ihey should not conclude that thoy
never will bo so troubled." "You seem
to think thero Is such a thing ns olllco
brokerage being conducted now," ox
clalmcd your coriespondent. "Yes,"
replied tho ofilclal; "already it Is whis
pered nbout the ofilces of this city that
ccitnin men lmvo been hero ever since
tho '1th of March, living nt tho best
hotels, dressing ns expensively as any
body about the city, eating nnd drink
ing tho best of I'veiythlng, though
when nt homo tnelr circumstances
compelled them t& llvo ns modest as
tho majority of their neighbors. On
inquiry It is found thnt these men nro
In some of the Departments, nt leisl at
referees, lo whom nro referred all appli
cations for appointments for their re
spective States or Territories, and who,
lu fact, iciilly make tho appointments
in and of themselves. Now, is it rea
sonable to suppose that thoy Incur all
this expense and undergo nil this worry
without pay, nnd If they nro paid, who
pays, nnd how much are they paid, nnd
upon what kind of scale is this matter
granted, and Is there any 'divvy' inado
of theso so-called feci, nnd If there Is,
who is tho lucky many I would llko
to sco tho facts brought out In this mat
ter of olllco biokcrngo."
Voting nt tin- Nntlonnl ltlllcH' Pali-.
At Iho closo of the National Hides' fair
Kaluulay night tho voting resulted In tho
success of Iho following candidates: Gold
Match to Government, l'rlntliig Olllco cm
ploje, W. K. Iluntsbury; KlUs' Jowcl, 8.
(I. Kinsley; printer's composing stiuk, C. I'.
OttcrbiicU; plumber's outilt, .lames Itoacli;
letter-carrier's watch, It. ll.StoUes; blevelo,
W. 1". lliooks; National Wiles' badge, (I. A.
Diury; ladj's silk ulster, Mrs. J. 1'. Smart;
bnbj'u swing, Ilaby Stokes; l'ost comblua
llonccwluginnchliie,MisslIargrovu;Kulghti Templar Jewel, Thomas Soniervllle; lady's
fur enpe, .Mrs. I). 11. llnv; punch bowl lo
rcBtuiiriint Keener, 1. Moore: dinner sot.
Mrs, 11. A. lleittloy; typewriter, Miss
Wilder; National ltllles Cadet badge, (Ins
Volght; Growlers' badge, Chris. Aimer. In
tho shooting match for n piko J. O. .Man
ton won by a scoiu of GO.
C'uaiu:hsiij8: 'Tor gold In phlslko Is a
cordial. " Tor nil that eudcr from hoarse
ness, cold In tho chest, lung trouble, or
bioiicbitls, Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup Is golden
"phislhe." I'rlco US conts.
.V Mui;ii ump Trot'.
There Is a trco crowing on Mr. GeoreoSl-
tleis' plnco that is a lijbrld, belug a mixture
of tho butternut nnd walnut. While tho
tmUldo of tho hull of tho nut Is thick, llko a
Vtttlnul, the Inner shell Is thin, llko tho but
ternut, nnd tho walnuts nio long and pe.ir
chnptil, as tho butternut, but having tho
walnut ll.iior. It is quite a curiosity.
lli.js' New marhit overcoat. r.Uviuan,7ibU.
"Alilerni'.v tinlry At hkoiim."
Vicrti AMernov butter, churuol overv
miming and dtllvered In i Hi. "Wind"
pi lilts, -IDe. per lb. Also cottage chouse;
buttirinllk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt
C'lciim, 15c. per pint.
WIIAT'llir.m rrVMALT WIIISKIJY
COMPANY CLAIM AMI AUK
I'ltKPAUKI) 111 8U!I
I'ut'tH Alum! VVIilntcry.
IT IS A FAcT,"Thnt by eminent
profiHslnnnl aulhorlly It Is established
that Whiskey is n medicine.
IT IS A FACT, Thnt In nil Medical
Colleges It Is taught that alcohol Is u
prime factor in practice.
IT IS A FACT, That thero Is not a
Hospital, Curative Institution or In
llrinniy In Iho country In which whis
key Is not employed in tho treatment of
IT IS A FACT, That nine-tenths ot
nil tho 1'hyslclans; of tho country pro
scribe whiskey In their practice.
IT IS A lYCTThat statistics will
show that otio-slxth of nil liquors con
sumed in the country nro dispensed by
Druggists or Pliyslctniis.
IT IS A FACtT That nearly nil
the whiskey no consumed, until n
very leecnt period, has contained
poisonous Ingredients, such ns fusel oil,
vitriol, catccheii, ice, as U shown by
analysis, In sulllcleut quantities tb
poison the system.
IT IS A FACT. Thnt the fatal doso
of finel oil, is stnted by llabutcauto bo
1.4 to 1.0 grains,
IT IS A FACT, That thousands to
dny nro suffering from so-called ills
enscs, whoso blood Is vitiated nnd Im
poverished by tho poisons of linpuro
Illinois, manifested in bloat, blear-eves.
bursting veins, Inllammntloiis nnd
IT IS A FACT. That tho causo of
Dyspepsia or Indigestion is a weakened
stomach, nnd thnt the only thing that
will strengthen or revive Its functions
is a stimulant, and thnt stimulant will
IT IS A FACT, That In nil Mala
rial Districts tho Inhabitants depend
entirely for exemption from the poison
ous Inlliience upon whiskey.
IT IS A FACT, That tho only
euro for Consumption has been proven
to bo pure whiskey.
IT IS A FACT, That distinguished
chemists liave discovered that there Is
no food-valuo lo liecf Tea.
IT IS A FACT, That distinguished
chemists havo discovered Unit Cod
Liver Oil does not feed tho tissues, but
forms degenerated fat.
IT IS A FACT, That the only suro
and abiding strength which Old Age
receives Is n medical treatment with
IT IS A FACT, That Womon, from
tho pccullnr character of their organ
Ism, frequently need puro whiskey
stimulant, and with them It is indispen
sable. IT IS A FACT, That tho cause of
hnbllual Diunkenuess or Inebriety is
tho poisonous residuum in the system
from impure liquor, causing nil uncon
querable ci living, tho same us that of
opium or nicotine.
IT IS A FACTT That for years
whiskey, owing to Its i elation to, nnd
e.tenlvo uso in Medical practice, has
been tho subject of thorough analysis
by scientists, chemists, druggists nnd
doctors to discover a process to extract
the fusel oil.
IT IS A FACT, That this process
has positively been discovered by Tun
Duffv Malt Whiskey Company, nnd
IT IS A FACT, That their Duffy
Punn Malt Whiskey is tho only abso
lutely puro and unadulterated lu the
IT IS A FACT, That it has been an
nlycd by tho most eminent scientists
nml chemists of tho woild, and not n
traco of fusel oil, or other poison can
bo found In It.
Wc havo had prepared especially for
us, by tho great German scientist Dr.
Von Vonders, n formula which Is n
suro nnd positive euro of Consumption
and which can bo prepared by any
fnmlly housekeeper (raw beef steak
nnd Puro Malt whiskey being of the
Ingredients.) This formula will bo
sent under tho seal of our company to
uny person nllltctcd with consumption,
nnil using our whiskey, fieo of charge,
upon receipt of n two cent stamp.
For sale by Dealers and Druggists
PIUCD OXI3 DOLLAR PEUDOTTLD.
Persons I3asl of tho Ilocky Moun
tains, unnblo to procure it from their
dealers, can lmvo Half Do.hn sent in
plain easm, vnmurkeil, express charges
pre-paid, by remitting Six JMlarulo
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.,
All pcrtona using Dujfi'ti Pure Jfitll
Wltitkcy nrc invited to avail themselves
nftfie ureieis of our Medical Stag at
all times, fne of charge.
Thero was a largo attendaneo ot Irish
Anieilcuiisnnd otheis at a meeting held nt
st. Dominic's Hull hist night lu behalf of
tho "I'arnell fund." Sovcral addresses
wero made aud icsolutloiia adopted, and n
hiiL'o coutilbiitlou taken up for tho cause.
'Iho "fort -hours" prayer, a popular
Catholic devotion, was begun at St. Domi
nic's Church jesterday morning, and will
closo to-morrow morning.
Itcv. ltobeit Nourso very olonuently de
livered the third of his conrso of Sunday
evening lectures nt tho Tabernaclo last
evening In thopresencoof a largo congiega
tlon. Tho subject wns "Daniel in tho Don
ofl.lons," nndgreatlntcrcstwas manifested
lu tho Iceturothioiighnut.
About 7 o'clock yesterday ovonlng, as
Itoso Wormley, n colored woman, was
standing in tho doorway of her residence,
No. 1201 Third sheet southwest, sho was
struck In tho faco by a stouo thrown by
somo unknown person and severely Injuied.
Dr. Suinby was summoned and icnderod
Tho body of William Moouoy, a 7-year-old
whlto boy, wns found lu tho river near tho
Long llrldgo yesterday afternoon and re
moved to the itsldcncoof his patents, No,
11137 C street southwest. The coroner gave
a certlllcnlo of accidental drowning.
Twclvo nm6ts wero undo by tho polloo lu
South Washington timing; Saturday nl;;lit
mid jestciday, No seilous ofTeuso was
'Iho iron pump which was plicod nt tho
corner of I'.lghtli nnd V. strict southwest
for testing purposes has been out of work
ing older for the past ten dajs, placing tho
lcsldcuts lu that vicinity at gicat inconve
nience, ns tho nnt ucai est pump is somo
tlUtauco off. It should bu icpalicd at
A llttlo eon of .Mr. Audrow Hoiinlng, le
sidlng nt No, -t'.U G stroot Bouthwust, whllu
plnj lug under Iho fiont pinch yesteiday
uiuintug, found a black nnd whlto eheclc
ii I'd horso hluuhit, whlih somo thief hid
hidden thcie. The blanket was turned over
to tho polite and awaits a claimant.
'Iho horses which took pal tin tho trotting
nice ttng of tho Washington Driving Associ
tlon nt Ivy City lust weol; woro shipped
South from tho lliiltlmoro tV, l'otouiac freight
depot this morning.
Uti i iifinv. Mm u1iiiitil1ifi tliiiwtniMiiiliMt
Uillii A 1 111 ! niiiitit tJV fcitv vini'ii"ii
of cery tiavellng man. It extinguishes
pain, whether icsultlug from n cut, a burn,
a I inltc, or a sprain.
Itnltili .Iod.c ibn nstil SIIh MotlUM'.
Pajs tho Omaha l'rinWean: The meet
lug between Mtne. Mojcskn nnd her son
llnlph )ceterdny morning wns a hiving one.
Tho joung man Is good looking, with
features cut very similar to his mother,
his high forehead being especially notable,
IIo wears n light sandy moustache, nnd Is of
medium height nml weight, IIo Is liiit'.M
jents of ngc, hut Is far udvnlieed lu Iho
f clcnecs, having recently como to Omaha to
render professional services thoso of u
civil engineer In the construction ot tho
Union I'ticlflc bridgo, Ho has been hero
but a fow weeks, but had been long enough
sclmrnlcd from his mother to hnvo her
anxiously looking for him, It Is under
stood that llnlph will mako his homo In
()innha,cicn atlor tho bridgo Is finished. Ho
Is n son of the first huslmml of tho countess,
ami accordingly bears his falhci's iianie
To order, $S, pants, r.lscman, cor. 7th it E.
AitnrsTmv Tho attention of ovcry ono
who examined tho magnificent stock ot
furniture displayed on ono floor by George
Hrcltbnrtli, Odd Fellows' Hall. Tho latest
st j les at tho low est prices.
Men's l'rlnco Albert suits, Klscunui 7th it K.
Nervous Debilitated Moil,
Younro allowed afict trtnlof ttititiilaitat
tho uso of Dr. Droll Celebrated VoKnlo licit
with Electrlo Suspensory Appliance, for tho
speedy relief ami permanent euro of Nervous
liability, loss of Vitality and Manhood nnd all
kindred troubles. Also for many other dis
eases. Complete restoration to health, vigor
nnd manhood guaranteed. No risk Is In
currcd. Illustrated pamphlet, with full In
formation, terms, etc., mailed freo by addres
sing Voltaic Holt. Co.. Marshall. Mloh.
Oar Stock Is Snum
la Exceptionally Attrnctlvo and fully
up to our
Hill StiiM Of
Are maintained in every De
partrnent, comprising every
thing, with tho exception of
Hats and Shoes
For Boys and Men.
Clothing and Furnishings,
DOS) l'eniiHjlviuilu Avenue X, IV.
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.
In Art Colors.
HOUSE & FRESCO PAINTING.
DESICJXb AND ESTIMATES l'UHN'ISHED.
CAHl'I'.TN A.l I'AIIHICM.
Agents for JIouls .ft Co.
P. HANSON HISS & CO.,
SI.1 riftcriitli NtrectX IV
Wo InvlU an Elimination of Oar
HECXNT IJH'OHTATIONS TltOM
London, Berlin and Vienna,
Added to well-BclCLted purchases of
ilakc an attractive exhibition of
Novelties and Useful Articles.
'4 1 Mil til Street N. W.
rou s.vr.i. vr my iiii.i.im
Itnoins, on lh imminent corner Ulh undo
stsnw, Iho llruiiKWlok llnlkn l nllciider Co
ri'h'liriiteil llllllnvd and l'oul Tulilos with tho
world renowned monarch quick eimhloii.wllh
t'litalouuu of all Iho latest dchrus ot liar llv
turub. Mm, t-eiernl Lt'md hand lUlll.tiitund
l'ool Tables lllllliird mid Itail Mippllt sol "ill
kind-) fur cnlo ut fail r prim Attuln te
rnlrini; uml i' iliy'rumi-asp -i.iltv
' HEN rOOI.UY.
uui t n w
FT ' ' " V Wsm
77-- Vsyi i -Jf$STgjVMbfl
814 Seventh Streot Northwest.
lw Iiib to llio lliiflawirilniM of llui Si'iismi nn will luutintirittn Tills Wo!
A SPECIAL CLOAK SALE !
WIJ WILL OlTEIt THE FOLLOWINT1 flOODN:
r.lrKiuit lie rllii nnd DIiikoiiiiI Nmviniiel.rts nt iB, SJ7, lliiiul s)lo.
Itiisslmi C'lrciiliiiH nt 4(1, nnd ? 10.
Kt'lil I'lusli Conts nt4:!0, f-tn, $'IH 111111$ III).
lllt'Kiiiil Visiles ut $H, if 1 0 mid s)..
Children's mid Mlssen' llnvilmlis nml Now inurltt'ln iits)il, 1, 3, $11 nnd $7.
lull Hun or lllrilsiintl I'nney WIiirsiiI 17, 2.1, 'Mi, to, in, fit) nnd 7i els,
l'luini'snt .T7, (17 nnd 7flc mill if I. I'elt llnHitt in, f.S uml 73 o unit $1.
'1 rl in in Inir Vol lets, In nil colors, nt HHnmiil $1 uml iM.'ifl.
'lips nt 'iti, Mt nml 73ti per tiiiueli,
JMi'Kiuil Kltl (Holes, 1-lllilloiis, nt 7no uml ifl,
l.tirc;! iissurlnient of I'lnln uml I'liiu-y millions nt III, in, '-Ml mid !ifio per yd.
Our exhibition this week will compriso tho largo3t assort
ment over shown south of Now York 1
Do Not l'nll tol'oll and Inspect tho Wonderful Showing Ucforo rurcha'lns Elsewhere.
814 Seventh Street Northwest.
J. W. BARNES,
The Leading Instruments
of the Age.
DKCKint UHOS., KSTIJY, l'lSCIIHIt
Pianos and Organs for rent and sold on
SANDERS & STAYMAN,
(JAKVIS EUTLEIt IN ClIAItOE),
u:ll 1'St. Northwest, Washington, I. C.
15 NOItTH CHAI1LES ST., HALTIMOItE, Jlf)
Ml P. ELLIS k CO.,
I!iieliinlcil iu Tone, Touch, Work
liimiMlilp uml Uiirablllty.
At All Prices.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
SI7 aiAIEKIVT kp.vci:
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avenue second door wost
of Ninth btreet,
K LE AQENTS FOIt
Ohiokeriug and James & HolniBtrom
Cr.OL'OU AKIl WAIlllUN OltOANS,
And all MUSICAt. INSTRUMENTS.
BEST WASHING BLUE
It Ik Not I'tilsoliolis, Aldt lUe.ielllllgor
Vnli mid filit's It ISIcli (lloss.
'10 HE HAD or' Yuflt (.HiiCElt.
No. n.1 .llilldt'll I. line, N. Y.
4S7 r-EVENTH STUl-.ET N. W.
O. P. BURDETTB,
ti i i . ii
- i .A-T-jES
77il it Hie only Charli ml Loll' nj of any 1' i'
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1H for 5." years bv the
I eaWntiiro for Educational and Chnrltnlilo
tirpoes with n Capital or Sl.eoo.uJ) -lo
w hk h a i esei i o f mid of over 5'w,imo h is since
Ilyun overwhelming popular voto its fr.in
ihlowas inailo a part of thopreont st ilo
Constitution adopted December -', A. II. Isri.
A bl'LENDIl) OI'roitTfNITY TO WIS A
Its Grand Hlnglo Number Drawing will tnko
place monthly. It Never Scales or l'otionos.
Look at tho following Distribution:
I!vtrmii-,lliiit.v .. till. A 1,1,1, til ll.n.
lug, Clnss 31, at Now Orleans, December II,
Wbi, under tho Supcri Ulou and .Maiiugcinout of
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana,
and Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 5150,000.
;2rNOTK'i:-TlfI.fts 1110 $10 mil).
Unite, $5. I'irtlis, If'J. Ivulliu, $1.
1 1ST OP l'lllLH.
1 capital 1'itizi: or $110,000 ;i.io,ono
1 (HiANIi I'ltizi: or nn,imi).... .vi,iioo
1 (JiiAND I'Hixi: or ai,i) ),
SLAlKiE l'HIZIN 111' 10,0011 !M,lK)
I LAllllE I'lllZEb 01' fj.OittJ. . . . '.M,ml
su I'lii.ES or 1,1100 a),j
wi ' rm ",,i
l(K) " :i .... :w,i)
AO " 'J 10,0(11)
uh) " Km i,oij
1CO0 " 50 50,010
ICO Approximation 1'rles S in im.ohi)
1(11 do do 100 I0,(t
111) do do T5 7,Vt)
S.STO prizes, amounting to S0i-'.50O
"IIV ilo tieriby certify that we tupemt thr ar
tanfftrnftife Jot alt Vie Monthly uml AVil-.ln-nual
Jtrau luqi of the LouMana State Lotttry
Cotnjianyauit tnjierfoii viauarjeand control the
Dtaiciny ottrtfltft, and that the tame are con
iliiclnt ulth honeitu.falriKtt anil In goal fixlth
tmiaid all partftn. Il authmlze the Com
jHinyto vit Oils certificate, ulthfac-elmUe of
our elgnatui s attached, in Ui ailc(rUeincnt,'r
Application for rates to clubs should bi
made only to the olllco of tho Company lu
lor further Information, wrlto clearly, giv
ing full address.
.-I!emlt by I'OsTAI. NOTE, Express
Money Order, New York Exchange, or Draft
on New Oilenns. Letters with Currency In
vnrlnhly by Express. (We pay expross charges
H ill. ri.llin .', u, .,. 1,
.M. A. IIAITIMIIN,
Ntiw Urleims, r,il.
Address lteglstercd Letters and mako Tost
pflko Money Ordirs tuiyahlo to
NEW OULEANS NATIONAL HANK,
LOUISIANA NATIONAL HANK,
bTATi: NATIONAL 11ANK,
(lEHJIANIA NATIONAL HANK,
New Orlcan, Iji.
For Generating Steam,
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by furnace,
For hoatlng by Latrobo.
For Opcti Grates,
It Is rai.ll) Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire.
It Docs Xot Burn Out tho Grate.
It is Economical.
I'OU SALE HY THE
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
40 Hushels, Crushotl
401lnhels, Not Cnishod.,
M Uuthels, Not crushetl.
tsri'cllvcroil to Any l'nrt of Washington
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH ST. AND PENN. AVE.
1ST Open all night-
Inn i ,i r Yhfc.o'ffi f iiiniiw unr
TiillmNnrlli, AVmt uml .South rcst.
DoiiUe Twil, Si,t,,i,llil S'eiury.
ftnl llttiln. MntnMntit Hiilpmnt,
in ErrEiT Novruiiui in, 1SS3,
Tialntlmit Ua-lilnqtrm, from ulnllon, tAnnr
nf Surth ami II .i)irtt, at JaUmn:
1'iirrittaliurq anil the West. Chlotigo Limited
Bxiire ot Piilni eSlecplnCars att):r.o a. m.
ilnlly: Fast Lino, ICniln. m dally to Cincin
nati nnd M. Louis, ivlth Mlooplng Cars from
llatrlshiirgto Cincinnati and Until Oar to
Kt.l.niils; dully, oxecnt Hnturdnjr, to Chicago,
with Hit ephitf Car Allooun to Chlango. ciil
rinmand Cincinnati Expross at 7:1(1 p. in,
dally, with Mopping Cars Washington to Chi
tinoti nntl llnrrlslilln; to Iilltsvlllu: eon '.net.
Ingat llarrlsbtirgwltliWeslcrii Express with
through slcetiers for HI, Louis l'aclflo Kx-
rtss, iti p. in. tinny lor riiuourv aim ma
.Vest, wllh thronch slei-iier Harrlsburir to
lanugo ami t icveianu.
HALTIMOItE A I'OTOMAO ItAILUOAD.
1'or l'.ilo, Canniidalgua, ltodioster, Iluffaio,
Nlngnra, 10 p. in dally, except Saturday,
wllh I'nlacc Cars Wahlngton to ltochostcr.
For llllutnsiiort, Iiek Haven nnil Elmlra, at
U-tiH n. in dully, except hiinday.
For Now York uml tho East, 7:10, 8:110 nnd
11 a, in., 'i, 1, 10 nnd 11 :'-!() p. m. On Bun
(lpy,B.:io ii m., a. I, lonnd 11:20 p.m.
I.lnllctl Exires of Pullman l'arlot Cars
t):lo a. m, tlnlly, except Hnnday.
For lloston wltbuut ehango, 'i ii. in. ovory day.
For llrooklyn, N Y .all through trains connoot
at Jersey ( It y w lt.li boats ot Brooklyn Annox,
afrorillngtllrectlrnnsfcr to Fulton stroot,
avoiding double ferrlago across Now York
For I'hllftdclphla. 7:1(5, BS10 and 11 a.m., 2,
I, n, lo nnd llttop, m. On Sunday, H.no
n. m., a, !, n. K) nnd Hr2(l p, in. Limited
1'xpreis, 11:10 n. in ilnlly, ext opt Sunday.
For llnltlmore, H.:i5, 7:lfi, Hllii, 0.1(1 n'no.
11:000 m., l'jon.'i. A, 4MIJ, 1:10,(1, 7110
Hi nnd 11 :'J() p. in On Sunday, H no, t):fiO,
11 a.m., S, 1,(1, 7:10, 10 and llo p.m.
For l'n o's Creek Line. 7:15n. m., and 4:10 p.
m. dally, except Hnnday,
For AnnaK)lls, 7:15 n. m., 12 O", nnd 1:25 p.
m dnlly, except Sunday. On Sunday. 4 p.m.
ALEXANDlttA AND I'ltEIIEItlCKSIIUlta
HAILWAY AND ALEXANDIIIA &
Fur Alexandria. 0, 7. USB, 11:01 and 11:.1(5
u. m., 2.0.1, .1:20, 4sn, o.ol. h.05 and 11::I7
p.m. On buiulay ut (1, D.'jn, ll:uia. in.,
For ltlihmond and tho South, (land Hall n.
m. ilnlly and l::ir p m. dally, except Sunday.
Trains loavo Alexandria for Washington IWS,
8, in, 10:10 u. m., 1, :i ii"), :i.i, r,:to, 7.0'.
nnd 10: 12 p. m. nnd 12:10 midnight, oxeopt
Momlny. on Sunday nt H nnd 10:10 a.m.,
7-fi5 and 1(1. 12 p, m. nnd 12:10 night,
Tickets nnd Informntloii at tho office, north
east corner of Thirteenth street and l'cnnsy
linnla iiienue, nnd nt tho station, whero or
tlir can bo left for tho checking of baggage
to destination from hotels and rnslilences,
CTIAS. E.I'UOII, .Lit. WOOD,
till rial Hanaiiir, Qui, IKinunger Agent,
BALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD.
8CHKDULE IN EFFECT flHNDVY, MAY :).
IBari, UNTIL FUUTHEH NOTICE.
Loavo Washington from Station, cornor Nov?
Jersey nvemio and O stroot.
Tor Chicago, 1(1 a, m, mid 10:10 p. m. dally.
Iho 10 a. m. Is a Fast Limited Expross to
I'lttsbtirg nnd Chicago, arriving In I'lttsbnrg
nl7:.'10p. m., Ch'engo next morning at 8:!5.
No extru fnio is charged on this train tor fust
For Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo nnd St, Louis dally
nt auio ii. rn. nnd 10:10 p. m with tlirough
coaches nntl l'alacu blceplug curs to nliovo
points without change U::top. m. train Is n
inst limited train to Cincinnati nnd St Louis,
nrrlilna In Cincinnati next morning nt 7:15,
St. Louis (l.yo p. m. Nooxtra faro Is charged
on tills train for fast tlmo.
For Pittsburg at 10 a. m., with Parlor Car,
nnd 0:10 p. m. dally to I'lttsbnrg, Cleveland
nnd Detroit, with sleeping caw to i'lttsbnrg.
For Ilnltlmoruon week days is, 0:lo, (liio.
7::i(), B.!!0 nnd 10.01a. m 12:10,1:2."., a.ig
(15-tnlnuto train), :i:ao, l:;to, -1: to, 0:10, ((: l(.
7,B:2r, nndll ti. m.
For llnltlmoro on Nundnvs-lhlO, 7::iO, H.'IO
nnd 10.05 n. in.. 1:25, lsiu, S.M, -1:10, 5:10.
(IM0.7.K:25nnd lip. in.
For iKilnts on tho Hhtnnnuoah Valley Hill
road nnd points South, 0:25 ii. in. and 0:10 p.
m. dnlly. 0:25 n. in. train has Pullman
Weeper from Washington lo Now Orleans.
Fur Annapolis, (1:10 a. m. and 12:10 and
4::i(ip. m.; on hiindav. H:tH) a. in. and .1:10
For way stations between Washington nnd
Hnltlmore, r, (i:io. 8::o a. m.. 12:10, :i:JO,
'l:1il,7iiml 11 n. m. On .Sundays. 8::ii n. m.,
1SK). i!.iW, 4:10,7 nnd 11 p. in. Forstntlons
on Mclropolltnii llranch, 7:25 a. m. and 11:15
P. in. dally, except Sunday, and 5:30 p. m,
dally; 4:10 p. m. dally, oxeopt Sunday, for
principal stations on Metrotiolltan Hrnnch!
n. iw u. 111. tmiiy tin nuimay slops at an sin
tlonsj for Lexington, Staunton and Vnlley
Hrnnch, 8:10 it. m, dally, except Sunday; for
Frederick, ti:lu a. m., 4:lo p. m. dally, except
For loenl stations bctwoen Washington and
Oallhtisburg, 12:.'i0 p. rn, dally, except Sun
day. For llagcrstown and Winchester, 8: 10 a. ra.
dally, except Sunday, nnd 5::!0p. m. dally to
llngerstovui; dally, except Sunday, to Win
chester. Trains nrrlvo troin tho Wost dally, 0, 7:20 a.
m.. 1:15. 11 :i(l p.m.
From Annapolis, 8.30 a. m. and 1:50 anot
5:25 p. m.: buiulny, 10-:!5a.ra. and 0:35 p. m.
From Lexington, 0:30 p. m. dally, oxcept
From Frederick and Intermedial points,
8:25 u. m. and 8.15 p. m, dully, oxcept Sun
dav. Trains leavo lialtlmoro for Washington nt
5:10, ().::o, 7:20, II, (I 05 and 10:30 a. ra., 12:15.
2:30, 3, 4, 4:20, 5, 11.30, 8, (I and 11 p. m. On
Sundays, (1.3(1, 7:20, II and II.-05 a. ra., 1SJ0.
2:30. 4 20, 15, (1.30, H, 0 ntd 11 p. ra.
All trulns from Washington stop nt lielay
Stntion, except 1-25, 3:15 and (1:10 p. ra.
I'orlurtber Information apply nt tho Haiti
more A Ohio ticket olllce Wushlngton Stn
tion, (III) and 1351 l'onna. avo.,cornerof 14th
st., whero orders will bo taken for baggago to
bo checked and received nt any point In tho
city. o. K. LOHI), U.F. .
11. DUNHAM. Pen. Man., lialtlmoro.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE II. & P DEPOT, SIXTH AND 11 S'M.)
7.00 A. M For all way stations. Lexington,
Ky . l.oitlsillle, clnolnn.itl, Columbus, St.
Lulls Dally except suiudny
11 (10 A M - For Newport Nows.Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk. Daily except Sun-
5.30 p'M-ror Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
Urals nml (hlcugo, cornice! lug for nil
joints WcM, Northwest nnd Boiithwoit;
lust express dally: dues not sto;i for toe il
biiMnoi-s; through Pullman sonlco to
Loulsvlllo nnd Ciuclnnntl.
Forllckcts nnd Information apply ntC. A
O. Hallway olllco. 5i:i Pennsvltiinla uvunuo,
under National Hotel: Va. .Midland liallwiy
ofllce, Ull l'eiinsjlinnla nienue, nml II. & P.
II. W. FULI.EIt,
General Passenger Agent.
C. W. SMITH,
FHANK TKKili, Ensteru Passenger Agont.
Tclt phono call XM-3.
WASHINGTON.OHIO &. VVEsfERnllTR.
On and after AUGUST 30, 1885, trains will
leave from and nr.-lvo at lith and U
sts, Detiot us follows:
Leavo Wushlngton 0 a. m. and I..15p. m,
dally; arrhont llilmont Park 10:51 a. m. and
(1.2(1 p. in.; Leesburg 11-01 a. m and (1:30 p.
ra.: iu r Ivo at Hound Hill at 11:1.1 n. m. and
llcturnlng, leave Ilouid Hill (1.0 la. m. and
il.U!) p. in ; pas'. Lecshurg it. 12 a. m and 4:31)
p. in.; Hohuutii I'nrk (1.51 a ra. and5:30 p. m.,
nndnnlie nt Wiifhlngton at 8:35 a. m. and
7:10 P m
on Miniluys the train leaving Washington
at On ii, tuilj rum-to Letshurg, and tho train
milling nt 7.10 i in starts from Ltosburg.
biecl.il excursion rates mid Sunday trains
to Ilelmont Park. Monthly and oorainuta
tluu rates to all tsitnts.
S. M. Hlfol'llY, supt.. Alexandria, Va.
E. .1. LOCKWooU, Pass. Agt., 507 Pa. ave.
Wnihlngton. Ii ('
O The STEAM EH EXCELSIOIt
WASII1NUT0N AND NOHFOLK LINE
will bo withdrawn trom tho routo after SUN
DAY, sEPTEMHEIt 20.
Tho STEAMUlt OEOltdE LEAHY, com
mfnclngsEPTEMHnU21,wlll leavo 7th street
whiuf MONDAYS, 'EDNII)AYS AND Fill
DAYS at 0.80 p in, llcturnlng, le.ivu Nolt
FOLK, from Hoidon wharf, mi Tl'EsOAYs,
THUllsDAYSANDsATCllDAYNnt lp in.
W.M P. WELCH,
S017 i.'eneial gnnt.
T. VKltNON 1 BIT. VIHtNONI
bTEAMEH W. W. COItCOItANVVaiE
Leaves 7th St. wharf dnlly, oxcept Sunday, for
Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock a in ; returning,
reaches Wubhlugton about 3.30 p. in.
L L. IILAKE. Captain.
ri'ONoltFOI.K AMI KHtT MONUIU:, THU
1 I'OIT I. Ml HtU TE I' s Mall Muamor
(.EOlliii: I.EMIY Mundiiy, WuiliiotHluy and
Frlay, from foul ui Till -! , at .1!W p. m.
Sit are moms nml lit ketsnt lialtlmoro & Ohio
oniies, 1H51 and inn P.I live., bt. Muro Hotel
nml him Fxpn.ss, ml Pa ave , who will nl-t
tluik buguiigt Irmn hott-l uud private re
Ii ik . n lii tuithti' lnturinutluu Inquire ut
(i inrHin't. nlllff, 7th st. wtiut, Tstj.tioio
n-i.1l WII.1 1AM 1'. WKLOH. non, kfMit,
I' OW FAHES
j 1'urtroMi Monroe and Norfolk.
First-class faro 1: Honiul'trlp, 81.25.
sit inner Jane Miwoley Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday at 5:30 p. in.
PuKigo uml rtuii ,h Kueureil at general oHlce,
Sixth sticet wharf T. h phono call 01
Put mte lilt cr Landing Meunor I'liomn
son Jl m'ar Weducsday nnd Friday at 7 n.m,