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PJTy.'W "'7Mfr THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, RUIDAY EVENING, MAY lo, 1885. HO SENATOR YET. A STORMY DAY IN THE ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE. Tlie Democratic Programme Adopted Last Nlfrht A Hot Fight Ovor Wonvor'a 'AdmUalon Ending In a Compromise Unfoundod Reports of Lnmbort Troo's Election. Si'KiNni'ini.n, Im.., May in. Tho Domo crnts held ft cnucas at tho St. Nlcholm Hotel Into last night to nrrnngon pi it u for cnrrjInR ou tho fight to-day for tho oloctlon of n United Statos Sonator, Sonator Dun enn linvlni; ptovlously nnnounccd tho with drawal of Mr. Morrison from tho contest, In tho Intoicstof tho Democratic party. It wns agreed at tho caucus to voto for tho following candidates In thoordor rotnieii : T.amhcrt Tree, John 0. Mack, CVutor II. Harrison. John l'Altgeldt, John M. 1'almor, W. J. Allen. 11. W. Townsliond, John Scho Held, 8. C. Judd, Elijah M. Halnos, M. W. l'uller and John II. Oborly. Tho list voto taken nt tho evening aoa slon was: Tree, 1)1; Morrison, 5; Jitdil, S; Jtoxlc, 1 niul Townsliond 1. On tho second ballot Judgo Trco received 101 votci, and as Senator Itugor voted for General Logan, it was within ono of olecttng Judgo Trco. Tho third ballot resulted: Tree, 100; Mor rison, 1. An adjournment was then taken until 8:30 this moraine. Immediately upon tho oponlog of tho morning session, Sonntor Mason dcniaudod that Wcnvor, tho nowly-clcctod icprcsonta ttvc, bo admitted lo n scat In tho joint ns tcmbly. A sccno of indescribable turbu lence ensued lasting for an hour and a half, Chairman IJnlnos deciding finally that tho motion was out of order. Ho tlion an nounced that u ballot for Sonator was In Older, tho Republicans protesting that as it was past 10 o clock, tho regular hour for tlio meeting of tho Scnato and Homo, tho, joint assembly was dissolved until noon, iiud tho Democrats vociferously Insisted upon a roll call. In tho midst of tho uproar, at tho suggestion of Lieutenant-Governor Smith, tho Kopuullcan Senators withdraw. An toon as tlio Republican Senators hal withdrawn, Mr. Ltncgar proceeded to spoak against tlmo, in accordance with a decision ut tho Democrats to provent a session of the Houso beforo noon, and provotit Weaver taking his scat by continuing tho. joint as stably Indefinitely, whether tho Itspubjt tans retired in mass or not. Tho Republican Senators returned to tho hall at half-past twolvo and a motion to adroit Weaver to his scat was carried. Tlio Democrats rofuscd to rccognUo him, A CoinprouilHO Itencliotl. Si'iUNoriLLD, Im,., May 151:15 p. m. A compromise has been effected botweeu tho mnuagcrs on both aides, by which it is agreed that nono except informal ballots shall bo 'taken until Tuesday next. Tho reason for this is that tho Democrats would not allow Weaver to bo seated, oxcopt In tho House, and not in tho Joint Asjombly. Tbo Republicans said thoy would not al low a ballot to-day that did not tako in Weaver's vote; honco tho bargain In ordor to avoid a row. Tho joint session was then adjourned, and on inoMon of Mr. Craft3, Weaver was sworn in amid wild cheers. NEWS FROM HOME SOURCES. An Eaiacinctl Contemporary Wlio WnttNoiiM-whnt 1'revloiiN. About 18 o'clock to-day tbo following, purporting to bo n special dispatch from I hicago, was posted conspicuously upon the ofllco window of the Post and nttractol a crowd of Interested spectators: "MORE BLOOD. Tho Hon. John A Logan 'treed' at last. Lamport JN. Tree elected Senator from Illinois on tho third Inline; hII tho Dtniucrats and two Re publican Independents voting for him." m MHISTEft PHELPS IN ENGLAND. lie In Received uigoiithnuiptouTliU Aftnriioou. Fouthampton, May 15 Tho steamship r.ll c, with U. S. Minister Phelps on board, arrived hero shortly after 3 p, m. Tho largo crowds which had gathered on tho ptors en thusiastically chcorcd tho party on landing. Tho town is beautifully decorated with Hags and bunting m honor ot tho now Minister. Tho weather is fino and the coromonios at tbo landing wcro marked by a heartiness seldom exhibited on similar occasions. Mr. Lowell has been prevented from being prcsont owing to hU bnviug to-day recjlvol n command from tho Queen to dino with her at Windsor to night. Minister Phelps will bo prcsentod to Earl Orauvillo, Secretary of Stato for Foreign JAfVairs, by retiring Minister Lowell on Saturday. On Monday MIniitor Lowell, accompanied by tho new Mlnlstor, will havo an audlonco with tho Queen, atd present his lettors of recall and intro duced Mr. Phelps, who will present his credentials as Minister Plenipotentiary and Knvoy Extraordinary of tho United Statos to the Court of St. James. LOCAL BRIEFS. KliWAHK Freeman has filed n bill for divoico from Lucy Freeman. Ho charges deccrtlon, Mosr.a Jackson, a colored Iniuato of tho Jail, who was committed fur larceny last Mouldy, died of an lutcrnal hemorrhage yesterday. A literary and musical cntortainmont will bo given at Cougrcgationul Church Monday evening next under tbo auspice:) of tbo Soldier and tho Labor leaguoj. The dorks' Mutual Relief Association, composed of employes of tlio firm of Lins Im gh & Bro., havo adoptod n now count tut'on and by-laws nnd mado piopnratlous lorau excursion next month. Tnr. employes of Norris Potow' pboti litbogiaphirig tdtabliahminl prjsontid .Mr, flcorgo Koifor, an old fellow. workman, with a handsome mrorschaum pipe on his retiring from tho business yesterday. Dit. Aliiert L. Gihon, U.S.N., repeated his lecture on "Sanitary Ignorance Among High and Low." at tbo Carroll Institute last evening, Tho lecture was largely at tended and received with manifestations of interest and approval. The S CccMa quartot will pirtlclpato in the second giauu musical festival of Vir ginia nnd Noi th Carolina, which wU beglu in Pctoisburir, V.. on tho 20th Instaut, con tlnu'ng in til tho SO h. The great foitivnl cLoruswlll Lumber SIS voicoj. Tin: first coi cort and hop of tho High School Oho Club was held at MBSonio Tem ple last tvanini.'. Tho nttondauco was vary law, and amnug tho participants in tho Tiioiinnimo wcro Mr. K. J. Whipple, Mr. Ralph Jofl'orson, Mr. T, Murphy and little Mxud Sharpc, Thk Q, A, R. posts hnvo In contempla tion the organization of a life Insuranco as sociation, Threo iilassos are dotormlnod on o'nss A, for mombers; class B, for wlvoi nnd fuiualo rtlatlvo.1 of mombors, nnd elm C, for chlldrou of momhors. Tho object is to havo a fund provided for tho burial of persons under each class, Wamiinoton Commandery, No.' 1, Knights Templars, solcctod jostoiday As edition day for thoir auuual obsorvauco, nnd dovoted thomselvos last evening lo tho cu'om of tho ordor by attoudlug sorvlco at the ihurcb of tho Reformation, on lUtrcot, nenr fcocond streot, Capitol Hill, Rov. W. 13 Pnraons preached tho sermon, I.i:s Prccleuses Ridicules gavo thoir twelfth annuul soiree last night at Wlllard nail. A Jaigo assembly of woll-known French cltiious woro present, as also many members of tho foreign legations, Tlio pri'grnmmo comprlsod tho comodloj, ''Commo Elles Sout Follts1' and 'Li Poudro Aux Ycux," which woro woll rendered by tho ladles and goutlemon of tho circle. CONTINUING THE FIGHT. Tlio ltnnlo of tlio II. A 41. It. It. Through I'lillmlclpliln. Tho light between tho Baltlmoro & Ohio and tho Pennsylvania railroads in Phila delphia dally grows nioro lutonso. Tito latter company, aroprcsontatlvo of tho Hal tltnoro & Ohio Railroad said yostcrday, will expend $G0,000 In Phllodolphla's Neck alono to ictnrd tho work of his road, Colonel H. T. Douglas?, tho chief ou glnccr of tho Baltlmoro & Ohio, aud others went over tho plans for entering Philadel phia and connecting with tho Heading Railroad, and, it is believed, mado somo changes, alter which It was considorod that tho louto and tho manner of outoring tho city nnd of crossing strcots had bcon definitely settled aud was about ready for submission to councils. On Thursday next two ordinances will bo submitted to tho couoolls. Ojo will deal with tbo Baltlmoro & Philadelphia Railroad, or that paitof tho now lino ex tending west from tbo Schuylkill River to Cobb's Creek. Tho other will concoru tho Schuylkill Cast Sldo Railroad, and will provide for nil tho necessary authority oast of tho Schuylkill River. Tho greatest dif ficulty In connection with tho routo within the city limits has bcon experienced wost-of the Schuylkill. It Is stated that tho now load, as It runs along tho Schuylkill on Its way to tho Reading Depot ut Broad, and Callowhlll streets, whero It will connect with the Reading's branch to Now York, will only cross tho ends of strcots at grado. Rtid, after crossing Arch-strcot dock, will begin to VI so and proceed tho lest of its courso on nn olovntcd road. An Itlcnl HcshIoii. Hiawatha Lodgo, No. 10, hold nn idoal Etssion-lost ovonlfig, undor tho supervision oflhooillccrs of tho Orand Lodge, Wni. P. Caldwell acting ns marshal, with Mr. Frcar as chief templar, Mrs. Foxwoll as vico templar, Win Scb'crroil as P. W. C. T. and Gcorgo W. Frost as worthy chaplain. Tho candidate, W. 13. Wyvlll, was car ried through ono of tho most Imposing initiatory ccromonics ovor witnessed In n Gocd Templars' lodgo, much credit being duo to tho beautiful reading of tho obliga tion by Mrs. Foxwoll. Tho good of tho order exorcises, Wra. A. Hungerfoid, chair man, consisted of spirited addresses by Wm. Schcrroll, Win. P. Caldwoll, Bnssius, Cristiancy, Frost, Clark of Pennsylvania; recitation, "Tho Wedding Feast," by Mrs. Foxwell ; a toast to tho "Ladles of tho Older1' was happily responded to by A. Mlddlcton ; piano coIo by Mis3 Chco3oman; tho song, "Tlio Bold Mclutyros," was thon very cttdltahly rendered by Wm. Proctor of Miniiobaha Lodgo. Attontion was called to aud tickets distributed for tho Good Templars' meeting nt Hcrog's Museum (old Lincoln Hall), Sunday evening at 2:!!0 p. in,, to which all are oarnostly invited. SinlilCH In I'Ihiiich. A flro occurred In tho stables of Colonel L. P. Wilght, tho contractor for sweeping tbo streets, about 0 o'clock last night. Tho workmen wore about to lcavo tho stable, which is situated on H streot, noar Twou- ty-flrst street, when t,hey noticed smoked issuing from tlio loft of tho stable, whero a largo quantity of hay is stored. An alarm was sent out on tbo, wires, which was quickly followed by n special alarm. Tho onglnes nnd police responded with alacrity, and about forty horses', which woro in tho stable, wcro taken out safely, together with tho swcopcis. The hay burned fiercely nnd it was difficult for tho engines to control tho flames. Tho roof was badly damaged, and tho loss by tho burning of tho feed was about $9,000. Tho entiro loss will reach $3,000. Tlircu Wills I'IIimI To-ilny. Tlio Recorder received throo wills for probato to-day. Samuel B. Fisher loft his estiio to his wife, Amolla B. Fisher. Rebecca A. Martin bequeathes a houso aud lot on Fayette streot, Georgetown, to hor father and mother, James Martin nnd Jane E. Martin. To Thcodoro J. Martin sho leaves another lot on Fayetto Btrcot. To Grandon Bowers sho leaves a lot on Second street, Georgetown. Tho testator leavos another lot on Second' streot to William II. Martin. Tho will of Saiah Swift orders that her estate ho turned Into cash. To tho Plymouth M. L Chinch sbn leaves $."0. Tbo remainder Is to bo divided botweon J. T. Lowls and Sarah Lowls. For Neuhboj'H ami HiiolltlncUs. Tbo nowsboys and bootblacks of tho city will bo givon" a magic-lantern entertain ment by tho, Newsboys' Aid Society at Na tional Rifles Armory this ovoulng at S o'clock. Flvo hundred tickets havo been distributed among tho d liferent nowspuper olllces of tho city, Tbo bootblacks niav ro ccivo tickets nt tho Tomplo Cafe, Ninth street, above F, any time during tho day. Tho llftliel Nilinnl Cutlcls. The Cadet Corps ot Bethel .School, Vir ginia, arrived in tho city to day. Thoy aro stopping nt tho American Houso aud to-day had a drill in front of that hotel nnd after wards a street parado. They aro forty stroug, wear tho giay and lly tho American flag. They called on tho President this afternoon. Gnrllinldl Moumiieiit ABSodnllon. A certificate of incorporation of tho Girl- bnldi Monument Association was filed with the Recorder to-day. Tlio object of tho as sociation is to ralso funds to build a mon ument to Gcnantl Gluseppo Garibaldi. Tho incorporators nro Tullio do- Suzzara Vordl, I.ulfil G. Narlni, Ignailo TInaglla. Tlio Icriiien Hnvo nn Icn Time. Tho picnic of tho drivers of tho Great Falls Ice Company nt Juciiiioman'a garden last night was a vory cnjojablo affair. Tlio ofllccis of the company wero present aud occupied Feats on tho platform. Tho musio was furnished by Pistori. Fliif il for NleulliiK llnniM. Georgo Wallace, a colorod man living on a farm in Waodloy Lnno, was lined $20 In tho Pollen Court this morning for stealing two hnuis from thoRIggs Houso storo-room. Tlio Middle! on Iudlclmoiiis lo Ktiiml. Judgo MacArtbur to-day overruled tho motions to quash tbo iudictmonts against D. W. and S. 13. Mlddloton. charged with embezzlement. EAST WASHINGTON. A Nrrnri) iuritovr.MLST. Blxtli streo southeast U belni; improvoU wltti nu asphalt pnument Iroin Pennsylvania nveuuo norm to East Capitol streot. . PERSONAL MENTION. -II. II. Lucas, Charleston, S. 0 is nt Wfl lard's. llaynnl Btocutou, l'tlncoton, X, J,, ts at Wormlty'f. -Admiral Smith, H, 9. Navy, Isnttho Kb bltt. It, 0, BraUwooJ, Halifax, N, 8., Is at tbo Eb bitr. A. L. Chandler nnd dnuEbter,;Dcnvor, col., treat Willard's. M. auardlolanud daughter, Spatu, nro at tho Ebbltt. W. Talbot Walker and Miss Woltor, Nor folk, Vn , din ut tlio obttt. Jumea 0, Mentz, Mrs. A. rarson, W. T. lent: and wife, Oarllsto, l'a., aro ut ino Ei lltt. Alonsas Aguur and M. Plnclo, Clt? ot Mox leo, are at tbu Bigg -Governor John 1 Hartrantt, Fhlladelpbla, Isaittioltiggs. A pnityotUrltlsbere,cnn9lstliiKoH3dmiind lloborteon, Tumnlo, Lumlo-i; James Fluliy loe.jr., und W. T. l'lulayflon, .lohmitono Bcoi.i V,a. MoAnJrowB aud V. N, rorroater, niarsow. Hoot,, rrgtsterod this morning at tno Itlggs. T uey nro ou u pleasure tour. - diaries F. Durston. Auburn, N, Y and E. K. I'nderhlll, Uatb, N, Y , aro at Wlllard'd. - arnernl Tliomns Wilson, U.S.A., a imttvo nrtbtaclty aud a broihar of Colonel John M, Wilson, thn new Cammte9tonnr nt Piihlla Dnlldlntaiind (HoiiiiflH. In in Omatm visiting Ilia daughter, Mrs. HwlU'or. Thk "Blnek Dlamoud" and tbo "Balti more Giant' Indulgo In n glove match for (2G0at tho Comlcjuo to-ulght. Curtailing; Hio r.onvc. After Cabinet consideration and roports by commissions tho heads of Departments nro at last ready to act upon tho subject of curtailing the leaves of absonco grantod to clerks. Tho Treasury Commission decided, as nnnounccd somo necks ago, that tho thirty days' nnnunl lcavo should not bo ro durcd, but that absonco from slcknoss ns well ns othcrcauscsshould ho deducted from the mouth's vacation, Hcrotofoio tlmo lost fioni other causes than sickness has beou dtducttd from tho annual lcavo, but sick Irnvcs hnvo been pormlttcd in addition-to tho thirty days' and hnvo in many in stances permitted clorks to draw salary for two or moro months wbllo absent from their desks. Tho rccommondatlon of tho Ticasury Commission has bcon put Into of tict, and tho tamo action Is expected In nthef Departments. Tho opinion of tbo Pitsldcnt Is understood to bo that thirty dayb absence from olllco is all that should liu pcimitwd In a year, and that sick lcavos tl ould bo tho loss of tho clerk rnthor than tbo Government. Itriorl(il rrcumir.v Slimier. Tho cmumlttco of threo engaged in overhauling tbo nll'iilrs of tho Second Comptroller's olllco of tho Treasury havo mado a number of rrconimriidntlutis for the Improvement of tho service. Dr. Gi ecu, ono of tho cblofs mentioned by minor, denied that ho hud boon asked In lcslgn, but said ho would not bo surprised by such n rrqucst. Dr. Green was nn Atthur dolo gate nt Chicago from Maryland. Till) Itlntrlct OIHccn. Tho rl'cifliin'i i (,';r((ftiays that a Wash ington Inwjor told a frlcud that ho under stood Mr. Blair was no longer an applicant for tho Maishalshlp of tho District of Colum bia, butwas recommending fur that position Mr. Frederick Paine, a well-known young gentleman of this city, and that a strong movement was being mmlo In uvor ot ilr. Palue. Ho nlso said that ho utidorstood Mr. Watson Boylo would ho appointed Reg ister of Wills and Colonol Washington Register of Deeds for tbo District at Colum bia. .TiulgoflreHliiiiii In tlio Oily. Judgo Grcshnni of Indiana, ox-Post-master-General, arrived in tbo city last night nnd is stopping at tho Arlington. lie pnm n visit to-uay to tno rostomco De partment nnd renewed tho pleasant ac quaintances which ho had with thoofllcors of that Department when ho was thoir chief. To Kr Mime MiiNliieiM ainmlny. District Attorney Worthlngton stated to u Cltmo reporter to-dny thnt arrangomouts had been mado with tho First Comptroller lo pay tho jurors with certificates. Tho business of the courts will bo resumed noxt Mdnday. Tho dilfcronco in theso certifi cates nnd tho ones issued in 1ST!) is that these cannot bo sold. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Willi Street GohhIii. New York, May 15. Mouoy, 15 por cent. 13xchango quiet aud steady. Gov ernments llrm. Currency (is. 12!) bid; 4s, coupon, 121S bid; -Us do., 1128 bid. The steel; market opened feverish and irregular, ami so continued tbiougbout tho morning. About noon thcro was somo unloading to realize, which resulted in n reaction or A to ? per cent. New York Stock Hnrhet. Tbo following have been furnished oy Date mini & Co., banltere, 1111 r stroot. SAMi:. o. yi'.jr. A)V. O. ill'.M. N Y Con... 84 'i : 85 ()l'u eiuV Krlo L & Nasll. Ol'aelUc... 10iMl IOh 32 U; aiu soit r.i 35 ul 3r.fc L Shore 0,-i'fi can? i NWftt... '01 0 M k St T UUH OI)fcQ....l'J'J l'a Mnll 644 WUntou .... n8iu Mol'a 0Dr Tex l'a NJ Oon....j DDIt W. Heading .. Sl' 1 " pror ills Con.... 101.i lOJVi vn 1.17 5S'i 05 lloroTrans !', i 14i III! DilfcU.... 79'i 78 noes 1U... Wabash.,. cen l'a Chicago MiirltvtN. Tho following summary Is by 11. K.l'litu k Co., St. Cloud buiidlnp, Ninth and V eti'oots II. I,. -I- Wheat Juno., 00 00, 80 U 80 'i July., l)i! IK(. m-u, OH, Aug., 01 lliy 03'r 1)1 Corn-Juno. 4fi, 47V. 40'f 40"x July. 47 47 41V 4(PM Auc i 47'j 48 47 47 uate-Jutie.1 31 ' ail, Ul , iiiij, July.! 33', 3 lly U3V !H7 Aug., 'JOv 30 V21)78 aO'ii I'OIK-JUUO, 10115 llO.'i 10 115 ,1105 July. II 1)3 ,1115 1105 'lllUH, Aug. 11 20 ll!J5 11 y) ,11 ' Lard-Juno., 0 75 0 77 0 75 I I177j July. (I b7U. 0 771 0 85 0 85 Ug U'MW, 0 87.S 02Vi Olli 'k'lie Openliiir .lliirkol. Chicago, May 11. Tho markets oponcd dull and lower this morning. WiihIiIiikiou HIOCllH. The following nro tho closing quotations ot the WnshlDgton Stock Cxcbiiuco to-rtay n tut Listed by Messrs. Towers & Greon, banlterai flld. Wosblngton & Oeorgotowii bonds 115 Metropolitan etoclc 81's Columbia stock 35 North Capitol k o street 40 Washington City Gaslight Co 12 fc Georgetown Oaellcht Co 10 National Metropolitan Insuranco Co.... (! National Union Insurance Co 17 Arlington Insurnneo Co. 130 Columbia Insuranco Co 101, Potomac Insurance Co 15 niggs Insurance Ci eiti Hoard ot Public Works Groeu 83 HI Masonic Hall bonds 102 Waehlcgton Market Co, stocs 1B'h Wellington Market Co, bonds 100 Inland nnd Boaconst Co. stock Inland nnd Henroost ci. bonds Glty Washington llrlik Machlno Co. ock.. l)J Dank of Wnsblngtin tlo Uunkof Wnshlugtnn 30 Nnttocal Metropolitan Bank 115 National Dankot tholtapublta rarmois' k Mecbanlca' National Bank, Georgetown ,. 118 CUUtus' National Bank 10J Brcond National Brink Central National Bank 113 Great I'alls Ico Co '81 Ileal Estate Tltlo Insuranco Co IOOUj 1'eunsylvnnla Telephone Co 50 Chesapeake k l'otomao Tol. Co. 55U, U, a. Klectrle Light Co DENTISTS. AETfflOIAI TEETH WITHOUT PLATES. And tooth or.oWNS for roots and torokon or badly decayed teotb, OENiniAL DENTISTRY in nil Its branches. C. L. ANDERSON, D. D. S GOl THIHTEENTn ST., 00. P ST. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT Dooley's Eialto Fountain, 3d St. and Pa. Ave. S.E. BEST SODA WATER IN TIIE CITY. W. R. SPEARE, TJ3ST ID E RT -A.IS1 Bt3 010 1' STREET N011THWE3T, Evorythtng strictly Qrst-claBs and on tho most reasonable terms, (Camp Chairs to litre for all occasions.) myl-lyr China-ware and Eonsefomisliing Goods, AT LOW riUOES. H. HOLLANDER, Agent -108 BLVENTH Br. NORTHWEST, SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER HIE DEBT IN TUB DISTRICT, SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent, TJ24 TWENTY-NINTH BTREET NORTHWEST A CORKER! T io past wook's tuslnoss boo bjf n tho groitrst Till: MI-FIT BTOltlj has evor had. Why 1 it that tho peoplo oontlnui to so thoroughly apprcotnto this groat bargain re sort? T.io tntwof If, simply! Oood (iioes woll tougbt, a cormln low por cent, ot pror.t, and guaranteed intlsfactlon t nil. - THIS WEEK'S BANQUET: 1 A cord llli-o l"annel Rnlt. Indlio dye. 0. A. il, el) io, T7.6UJ worm i-j. A Middle' X 1'lMiUOl Suit, 10; sold elSO whom fur flu. Arplendld lino ot Casslmnro Hultt (r)ln fO to f IDs fully 13 percjbt, below valu). l'lno Diagonal l'rlnco Albort Butts' at $15j worth 'J5, l'uro Worftcd I-tutton Oulawiy Hulti a", till) WoltaUO. rino liluo Sorge Hullo at $'2j sild olso wberoat $,G. Soenucker Costs and Vtfsts nt 'J.o. worth tl.OO. onioj coatt riom 35c up. Alpaca Ojate fomjl up. Whlto Vests frcm 75i up. Odd lMniB, Imnouso arfoty, tl.25 and up vnrd, FOR BOYS 4 TO is YEARS, A si londldllni o' Bnl'or Hulmfrom$l CO up, A full lino ot Jnclots and l'antstrom $.rj() up KOR BOYS xa TO 18 YEARS, . Acompltto Unent fctylish Run?, good mntorlal nnd woiKmiinelilr, trom f 15') up. A baseball nnd bat given with eveiy boy's suit at THE MISFIT STOEE, Oor, Tenth and F Sts. t3TMnko no mistake and como to tho Cornor. HMMIAjL TOWERS & GREEff, Bankers and Insurance, WASHINGTON, D.O. Transact a General Banking Business. IDepoeits Subject to Oheck. Special attention Rlvon to Dopartmontnlaud other Collections: Uuy and Sell U. S. Uonds and all District stcurmos. wo issuo Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit on Europe and the East. v. K. PLAIN. W. H.IIIBDS. B. K. PLAIN & CO., Broters. Grain, Provisions, Petrolnum, Stocks, St. Cloud Bulldlne, Ninth and F Sts. Branch onico: National Hotel. WA8HINQT0N, D. 0. City Referoncos-Natlonal Dank ot the Re public. Chicago Correspondents MILMINE, BOD MAN St CO. Constant quotations ot tbo Chicago nnd Now York Markets from dlrwct private wires. F. 11. LILLEY, T. A. EXNDIQ. F. B. Lffley & Co. BANKERS AND BROKERS. Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and Potroleum. 1427 F STREET N, W., WASHINQTON, D. 0. BRANCH OFFICE 4 8. Hollfdny Bt., Baltimore C57-Rallway ana otuor Becurltloa bought and sold on Commission only, titocks and bonds bougbt tor Investment or carried on margin. II MERCHANT TAILORS. G. T. KEEN, TA-IHiOI, 414 Ninth Street Northwest, i.ouiK iiKTri.r.it, IwrEHODEI-TSrT TAIIOB, 1222 F BTREET NORTHWEST. CARPET ANO WALL PAPER. wvww . ,-X-v-X- V v V . WALL PAPERS WINDOW SHADES, Picture Rods, ROOM MOULDINGS, &c The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices. TUBMAN'S, 411 NINTH BT. NORTH WB3T. BOOTH AHU SHOES. NEW STOCK. NEW STYLES. Cheapest Boots & Shoes IN THE CITY AT -W -A. X 3D E "52" ' S, COR. OTH AND E BT3. N. W. EDMONSTON & CO., Forlliot-lTIttlnpf Sliooa. Ittao AND 1311 P BTRKET, And t Avenne Btorc 0111 1'KNN. AVENCK One-Price Shoe Store. m. A. L. HAZELTON, Ann DDUUIlmll nmiillum Under Odd.Followa' nail. E, C. Burt's Fino Hhoes lor ladlos a specialty, UOOT AND HUOKoIAKKIt, 437Xa'eulliNt.n,vr.,nutta'471'.UTt.a.. qNTX2( OKOCEmtS. "LIQUID BREAD," A MALT EXTRACT. PURE AND ECONOMICAL. N. W. BUROHELL,. 1325 F STREET. PEAOE! PEACE I PEACE I WILRON'S CCLEIIRATEU WHIBKV, DIll'FY MAI.T WHIHKY, RUYAIi 011EAU AND CABINET WHISKY, X. ELLIS, Cor. Th I ril nml A Street . v. Wmm & MIDDLETON, Wbolcealo and llctnll Dealers In Groceries, Fine Wines, &c. AGENTS TOR Wr.UNEH'B " AMERICA," A l'uro American Wlno. All tbo boat 1'orolnn Oordlnlantd Diners. Wo nro nlso Anenti-lor tbo Celebrated CLYHMIO WATER, nnd Calvin Shafcr's Wild Cherry Rock and Rye ao TO McCAULEY & DELLWIG, JO!) 1'cnnn. nvo. east, nnd to DELLWIG & McCAULEY, Cor. !M and a sts. u. o,, . FOR l'DRE MOCHA, JAVA, MARAr'AIUO AND 1110 COl'FEE. WUEN YOC ARK BOYINO TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES, Remember yon can let them t New York Trlcei t tlio American Tea Store, COR. BEVKNTII AND I BTU. MAltllOUK S HAMILTON, Wholenale f LOOK, WINE ANDG1U1CE11Y MERCHANTS OM to (110 Feuna. nvonuc. CLOTHIftB. LOOK AT THE $15 Plain and Oheck Suits AT E. B. BARNUM & CO.'S 931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. AVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 1'INE LOT OF CLOTHING- IN CORKhCREWH. Colore Dlaelf. l'lum, Wluo and llrowu; In Btyle, Cutaways, HacKS and l'rlnce Alborts. l'rlco In Men'B and Y'outbs', f 10 nnd tl2 eltowhoni flB nnd $'2n. ourtlBaunllty feiuni; enownoro ntr.i. Uojs', ago 111 to 17, 8nud fl): wortu lti. Bcnool, nuo 10 to 12, 17.50; vnluo 1 10 olae where. Children's, nge 5 to 13, tilth knee pants, $.". ' Rill Hulls, ID nnd $ 1 ; valuo 15.D0 nt otbor plnces, Tbo reason wo offer them at tbreo pikes is no want to turn thorn Into money nt once. J, W"- SELBY. 1014 AND 1010 i;enn. AVENDE. 1EL. ID. BLIDE, PENN. AVE. Overcoatings anfl Tronscrims . Olmy own Importation, now received. Gentle men, please call, Inspect nnd leave yonr orders at THE LEADING .TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT OF WASHINGTON. Best Goods. Best TrlmmlDcs, None bnt first-class workmen cm ployed at 1111 TENN. AVENDE. H. D. BARB, IMPORTER AND TAILOR. B. ROBINSON & CO., The. Boys' Olothiers, UOl) PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OVERCOATS. OVERCOATS. Wo will offer our entire stock of Overcome at greatly reducod prlco1. 121 Bevonth street, (under Oda-Fellows" Hall), no21 M. F. EIBEMAN, Manager. Excelsior GlothingHouse JUSTUS HOLLANDER, 1217 Pennsylvania Ave. 1217 A. SAKS & CO., LEADERS IN CLOTHING, SXS A.3TI 318 7TH ST. I. HAMBURGER & SONS, TAILOIta AND CLOTlIIEltS, GIB rKNNA. AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. TIE LOSEKAI, 1323 F Street N. W., Opp. the Ebultt, WAHinsatos, n. c. Oruo Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N, Y.) C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor. HARVEY'S Old Eetnbllshcd Ladles' nnd Oentlomcn'a Oyster Saloon & Restaurant, 1010 PENN. AVE. AND ELEVENTH ST. HARVEY &. HOLDEN, Proprietors. "IIAUVEY," tho originator ot tho Steamed Oyster. . THE CLARENDON, 1101 NEW YOflK AVENUE, Cor. Mth street. Permanent and transient guests nccommo dated. Curs to all i arts ot tho city pass the door. MRS. M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress. W. B. U0WEU8. II. 0. BOWERS. O-EDNEY ZBCOUSE, (EUROPEAN PLAN,) Broadway and 40th Stroot, NEW YORK. Unpopular rrlcos. IlOWKllM 1II141THKUN, rmtrlelora. KIN 5?HS'S OINTU (Kim, 1'liuilci, l.citma, U itihy bkla l.'ruillom, no mvxUtr Ium vtitmaK or hog ttiuuitng. At PruliU. Spring ana Suiter TJBE COKE. For Gcneratlnn Steam. For Cooking Purposes. For Heating by Furnace. For Heating by Latrolie. For Open Grates. 1011 BALE IJY Till: WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY. 10 Bushels, Oruelicd f-' 70 M Bushels, Crushed '2 CO W3T Delivered to Any Part of IOB. ICE. IlsriDEFElTIDEI.vrT IOB GO., Having secured our usual Hit E ttJirLVof tlio best quality ot KiEisrisrEBEio ige, Wo aio nw prepared to offer it to tho Ottlzons or Washington nt very modorato rates, olttioi: by tho :PO XJ3ST3D TOIST OurHOUAOEOAt'AOITY on thn KENNEUHO ntouo (ooarly 110,000 tons) sliouhl boa sato Bunraiueo for n CONSTANT HUl'I'LY OF THE BEST QUALITY. our ficUdies for IimiIUhk len nocond to none, Prompt Dot Ivory nnd Low Kito.i. Wo luiVH Mlr, i liAlioi: HUl'I'LY (nhout 7,000 tons) nt Onod Uoinostlo Ice, which wo offer nt lledlirrd llilei- In IlllEWEUB, IIUTUItEUB, aONl'EUriONEUS nnd (itlinro lu Imco itmouats 1)1 HEOr trom our UUUt-KH nnd UEI'OTS In OEOIIOETOWN or BEl'OT, Ninth st. wharf. DlhOOUNT ON TI0KET8 1'UIIOIIAHED AT 01'1'IOE. TELEPHONE CALLS. Offer, 12t!i ni d l'ennn. nvo, No. B01-2. Dopot, Ninth Btroot Wharf, No. 5I)1-(J. Depot, 1J108 Wator Btreot, 751 -u. MAIN OFFICE 32th Street and Pennsylvania Ave."N. W. I HTANDirOltD'B DRUG STOKE. ( til and V Bis n. W. IIKANOH Ol l'IVi:N: VANSYOKEL'H 1)11110 STOItE, l.ltll nnd Q sts II. w. V. II. JOHNBON'H Wood k Oonl Yurd, lllh St. and II. I, ave. u. w. (Nlntli-streot Whatf. I)i:iMr AMI HTOIti: IIOIISIIS: -j.lIOB Watort., Oonrgotowil. (Canal Bond, ahovo Aqiioduct Bridge. O. B. OHUROH, Pres. TYPE WRITERS. TEE' EEIIWJM STANDARD TYPE-WRITER Wyckoff, Seamans &. Bonoilict, SOLE AQES'IH, VFlisliliigtiui Otlli'e, Our. Htlnilid I'Bln. MEDICAL. 1ETAL POISOI. I nm n copprrsmlth by trade, aud tho sinill pnrllcles 01 nroBS and copper from Itlluc koi Into sores on mynrniHnnd poisoned my wh'do system. Mercury udnilnlstetoil broucht on rhoumntlem, nnd 1 bi-enmo a liolplos Invalid. I took two dozen bottlos nt Hwllfu SpncIUC M V lege, nuns and hnnda nro nil right ngnln. I use them without pnln. My restorHtlon la dun to H. H. y. l'r.Ti:r. E. Los r, Jnn.O, lt-85. Augnstn, on. malarial'poison. Wo havo used swltl'i Hpeoliio in our t.imlly usaunnlldoto tor innlnrlal poison tor tn or threo years, nna navo never Known it io inn in a single InHanco. W.o. l'oi.ow, Sumter Co., Oa , Sept. 11, 188 1 . ULOERS. I'or six or eight years I sufferod with ulcore on my right log. I was treated with Iodldo of rotoesluni nnd Merciuy, nnd I beenmn help less. Six bottles or Bwltt's Hpecltlo miido u tie rmonunt o ire. M. I). Wir.sos. l"ob,'J8, 1885. Oalnesvlllo, (H. Swift's Bpecltlo is onttrely vegetable. Tront isonn Blood nnd Skin dlsoases mailed frie. THE swirr SPECIFIC CO., Drawer ii, M lants, On., or 151) W. 'JIM it., N. Y. A NEW DISCOVERY. IsTSjXjUsT IE !. Immediate rellor for Cold In tho Head, Soro Note, Cntarih Ac. 10o. a bos. .For sain by ull drUKRlHB. IlEMi i)Vl in M. Avlctlinof joutUfnlliniimdrnio rausinr: I'roiniituro Decay. Nt'rou Debility, l.ot ilanlinod, Ac.liaTlnc tried in ni e cry known roHiedy,ha3dincocro,t ftKimplomesnof elr-cure, ivhlch ho will m-nil I'ltl'.i: tolils fiilloH-Milfi nr. Addrcn, J. U.Hi:nVi:.S,JJ Chatham huiuvVork. RAILROADS. WASHINGTON OHIO & WE STERN RAIL ROAD COMPANY. SUMMHIt AR11AN0KUENT. TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWKEN ALEX. ANURIA AND ROUND II ILL. Lcnvo WoxhlDgton ut 9M n. ui. nnd 1:11 p. m. and Alexandria nt s:TS . m. Mid 4:33 p. m. Phu Letsburu, going westward, nt 11:30 n. m. andCHS p. m., nnd arrive nt liound 11111 nt 12.1a p. in. and 7.2'J p. m. Ltnve Round Hill at i:M n. m.and4:3.Jp.m, I'Kfa L(t6burir,fioiuKea'-tBril,nt C:U n. tu, kou 6:17 p. in, Midnrrlveat Alexandria at s.OJ a. m. nnd 7:17 p. iu. and at Washington at S:15 a. m, uat 7,25 p. ra. tUNDAY TltAINH lenvo Round Hill nt 5:30 m. and4.3Cp, ra, Arrives at Al6xandrlnat&:UJa. m. oi17:17 p, m. nnd WKsliliik'tun at b.ll a. ra and7:Jp. m. Leave WnshliiKton at ti.iS a, m, cdt:W p. m., Alexandria nt 8.33 n. ra. and s:lS p.m.; rasa LresburK, cnlng raatwnrd, &ti;:12n. m. and 6:17 1. u.: westward. 11:36 a. in. and IMS p.m. 8. M. BROl'nY. Snpcrlnterdent. STEAMBOATS. DAILY I.1NET0 NOltrOLK AND roi'.TllEJS Momoe. btcniuers Oeoigo l.o.ny niul Excelelor, coinmenclng liny ft, lb8 . Ono fit tlieeo populnr stonniera will lonvo Hevciith-etrcot whnit DAILY, e.cupt st NDAY, nt 5 MO p. in. For pmilciilars Hxj iim m Coin pnny'e olllco, 7th Bt. wlinrf. Tol.'plioco No, 71R-!1. W. I'. WEI.Olf, Genernl Agent. T OW FARKS- AJ I-OHTllhbU MONROE AND NORFOLK. Flllbl-ULAbt FAItK. JI! ROUND TRIP. II.S1. hiearoer JaNK WOHKLKY Mondsy, rt'ednt-s-day and tteturdni nt(:3U n. ra. FahstKo aud rooms secured1 at Oeneral Onlco, Blxlli-dlicft wlinrr. Telephone call. 01. I'OIOMAO RIVKR LANDINOS.-Steamer Tl .OMPbON Monday, Wednesday and Friday nt 7 n. m. nnl3 SALARY AND . COMMISSION iu coiiineti'iil IiuhIim'Sh iiiiiiiriiret- for (this) ii. c. :i:m:h.i, .v.i;.vtv (control ling number ot local necucles) tor dxcIudIvo enlo ot our Improved Machines, Uiue Willi tho Tolephone. Over 7,000 In sorvlce. In doieed by highest inerciintlle, corpiratonnd expert niitborlllep. Over 50 ngenclos cstnb llsned iisylnu from 50 to 100 por mm, on In xestmtnt every CO rtnys. bales In Now York clly npproxlninttng $M)0 per dny. Apgri-gsto sales (Atr SO,OCO Mr January, 1S85. April cants must furnish Urst-clnss credoutla's, nnd deposit flora tl.000 to$'J,000 cash efcurlty not bonds tor goods in their possession. THE NATIONAL, G. S. CO , 21 East Fourteenth btroer, np.l-30t NEW YORK. Drew's New Drug Store, NINTH AND TENN. AVENUE, isropen nil night. CABPETIJSra-S. GEO. WILLlNER Has in stock a full lino ot Carpeting, nil grades Oilcloths, Cocoa nnd Straw Mattings. Aleo Inteet styles In Wall Paper, Window Uhndes nud Ourtaln Ooods. WIro Window nnd Door Screens, riUOES LOW, GEOEGB "VT-IIjXTSrBIl, 120 NINTH BTREET NORTH WEB l. W. H. VBBBHOPP Dealer In Wall Papers, Window Shades. Plctnrt Vramea, nctnros, etc. Die HKVKWTH UTIIKKT nORTHWBST, WBmSL Manhood Rsstoreo 3000 It Is Easily Ignltod. It Makes a Quick, Hot Firo. It Does Not Burn Out the Grate. It Is Economical. . It Will Pay to Try It. 1 40 Bushels, NotOrushol 'i 110 1 2G Bushels, NotOrushol '2 00 Washington or Gco'ictown."! IOB. IOE. OE, OA.,0-0 W. H. YERKES, Supt. iTAILROADi. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. BCHF.DULV. IN KFFP.CT HUNDAV MAY 3, 1816, UNTIL FURTHER NOl'ICh. I lave Wathlcgton Irom Htatlon. cotnrr iivt Jeisu avi line and O street. For Chlrnso. lun. in. nnd 10.10 p. ra. dallv. Tlio 10 n m. li a Fast Limited Kxprtss lo l'lttsbnrEh andLlikntio arriving In l'ltlsijureh nt 7.30P. in.. UiIcbko next raornfm nt 8.M. No extrntare Is clnirkcd on ihln train ror lait time. l'br Cincinnati. Lonhvllle and Ht. Lonls dally at 3.MI p. in. and le.iop. in., with throucli coarfcts and Palate Blif plug ('ars to aljove points wlth outtliniiRC. 3.30).. in. tialnlsa last limited train lo Clt clnnatl nnd bt. Louis, nrrlvlnc In Clnclii untl 1 1 xl jnomliKat ".!), Kt.Lnuls 11.30 p. m. No extra InrHlirliaiEed on this train for faM time. lor 1'lttat uiirli at Ida. iii.,IUi Parlor Car. and IMOP. m dally to Plllsbunli: Uevela d acd De troll. lib lti'ilt(j ears to I'lllsburnli. Fur Iliiiilmorr iih cek dm, s, hio. fl.40. ,. o, SWnliol III ill a. m .lilo. I.V.I aiSMS-niliimelralu), aw;. 1.3". 4 4U. 6 -Hi. (140, 7, f.nnd 1 1 ji. m. 1 or iKlllmciro on Minias, ii.i". V ', 3 20 nnd 11.1.1 it. in.. l;a, l.so, 3.3U, ,iu, .4(), i, ii). 7. n.za nnd II p m, Tor piiliiison tlicflieiiandonh Vnlli-i Railroad nnd ollitu 8011II1, H.r a. in mid U.1U i. 111. dully, ti.V.ni m. train M11 1'iillinnii bleeper liom Wasli InLliin to Ntw Urlmiis. lor Annarolls, rnun. ra.mi1 I2.I0 and 1.30 p. m. onhundav.ssiiu. 111 .1 lun. m. i'or warsiaiioDs between WuihlUKtonnnd Bal timore, s, (l.K), b.oO a. in , IJ.11. : mi, 4 40, 7 ami lip. in On uundays, 8 30 a. ro l.i), .i.), 4.4U, 7 niul II p. m. For Btatlons 1111 Metropolitan Branch. 7.'i1n. m, dally, exeunt tnntluv, aud S30 p. m.clallj; 1.40 p. 111 dally, exivpt Similar, fur prinrlpnl stations on Mctn tolltan Briincb;s.4)n. m. dully on Hjinday stoiii at nil stattnua; lor LexltiKtoii.Hlnunloii una Valley Ilranuli. 8 40 a. ro, cnily. eitept hlllidu: lur t'rederlci, b tin. ra.. 4.40 p. ra. dallv. f jnrt Sunday tvr lluuemimii and Whicntiltrs 40 a. m. dally except Mil day, ami S.'m p. in. 'tally to HaKfrs tonn, dally except Hundsy 10 WlLcbuatrr. IrAtna arrive Horn tlio West dally, s. 7.20 a. in, 1.15. t'.MJli. m. From Annapolis, 8.SU a. m. and l.W nnd 5.15 p. xu.icuuuuy. iu. w u.ui.. u.ao p. ill. From Lexington, 6.30 p. m, dally, except Sun day. From Fredeilek and Intermediate points. i'Ji a, m. mif.lS p. m dally; except Miud&y. Trains leave Balllumrelo- Wualilnuou at3.li), 6..'0. 7.20, '.', ti (id and lu au a. m 1 1 n, 2 .'. .1. 1, 4 :u S,Cln, t-.'Junil 11 p m. OnSundAjs, OuO, ..-j'.Oaud 9 Ot n. 111., 1 80. '.MO. 4 20. S. (.l, 8, ar d Up. in All tii'nanoni Wc.iiiin.iou ntop at Remrsta tlon, extent. I 'is, 3.15 uDd n io p. iu. For lurthir iLtormntlou Hpply at tha Baltimore A Ohio tlcki I oll.ee Vkhlnlon uiatlnn, r.is ana 1311 Feniifjlvaiila nvenuti corner of Fourteenth street, w bnr orden will betaken for bateaceto becbrcxiditud recti ved utar.y point In me city. li. DUNHAM. C. K.LORO, t,en. Man,, llalllmore. CI. 1. A. rpHE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. IO TIIKMIUTU, WKiT AM) hOUTinrtbT. DOUI1LE TRACK. Hl'LENDIDbCKNERY. bTEELRAlLa.MAONIFIOKNTKQUirMKNT IN K1TKCT MAY 10, Jill. TRAlNHl.KAT-:WASIUNin ON Irom station, con ir blxtb nud lltlrti'ts.us rullont: 1 1 r I'liuUuiK aim tbo West. chIwro Limited KjiirikH ol l'ulaiu Hleeplng Cars anew a. in, ilullj; I'ssl Line, 1P..10 n. in. dally tn Cincinnati, hi.louls,lthaneilns Cars Irom Harmbiirglo Clnrliiiiail, and Hotel Car to ht. Louis; dally, ex ii.tbntur('iir. to CIiIcko, wlib uiictliiKCrAl Uonu tn Llitcagn. CIiIcako nnd Cinclunail ex pit, 7.10i. w. dully, wlih blt-niliiK Cms Wash Inuluii In LhlcuKu and Harrlnbiiri: to Loutiville; conncctlrent iiarrWiutK Hh Wcsiern Exprei-s wltb tbrotiijli blicpert lur Clevelnud, Loulsvlllo aid St. Louis. l'nclllcKvprrts, 100(1 1'. In. dal'y, or I'liPdiuiiriind Hie West, with tlirouan sleeper llnrrltbiirit toCh'cneo. 11AI.TIM01IK & I'OIOMAO RAILROAD. For F.rle, Caiinndaiiiiin, Hoclictur, llinuiu, .N"l- iiL-atn. 10 p. in. ilully, excetn CuturJay, with l'.il- aic Lars WaslilDKlon to Rochester. For Willliuusport, Lock lluvcii una Elmlrn at lo.tn a. in. dally, except f-uuday. For New York nud thn Fast, 7.15, 8.30 and 11 a, in.,'.', 1.10)1 ni. dliI l-'.lo night. Un -sunday, 4. lup in. nm I'.'.IS nlKht. LlrultPil KxpreM of l'ulliiuui Parlor Cars 'J 10 n. m, dully, except Kitnruy. For RtMou without chatiKe, 2p, m. on evry wick day; on Mincay, 4 p. in, ror Jliool.lyn.N, V., nil inroueh trains connea nUftsiy thy with boatsof llrooklya Annex allorcllLir nlrrct trnnsftr to Fulton strttt u oldlnK doublo furrlaco acioss New York city. For l'lilladeipbla. 7.11, 830 aud 11a. in,, '..', l.C, 10 p. ni. and li 13 night. On bundsy, 4. tl, 10 p. a , aid I'J.15 night. Limited Expreni v.lOa. m. Oally. except Minday. Fur Haliln.iirH, o.ss, 7.15, 8 3n, 0.40, 10..10. U.Oi) a. a., U.l'i. V, 4, 4.'i), 4.40, il, 7.10, lu p. iu, and U15 nlcl t. h-unday, lOOU, lln.'n,, 4,0,7.10 10 p. ra. nnd li 15 lilKtil For Pope's Creek LIne.7.15 n. m, nud 1,40 p.m. dally except bundny. For Anrnpulls. 0 3o a. m., 12 05 ami I 25 p. nc, dally, except bundny. On Sunday, 4 p. in. ALEXANDRIA & KltKDKKlOKHiltJJU) RAIL WAY AND ALEXANDRIA A WASIIINO- TON RAILROAD. For Alexandria, , 7. Hi5. 11.01, 11. U a. m , IO", 4.:n, 4.4V CJi.siO and ll,37p. in, Oubitndax 'i il, li .'5, ll.uiii. m.,snS m, Forltlcbruoiid and tho Houtli, Cnml 11.01a.m. dolly, and 4.45 p. m. daily, except bunday. Tialns leave Alexandria lor WfililnKton,.iJ 8, 10, 10.10 a. m.. 1,3.03, 3'J3, S.10, 7.0.5 nd 11.33 p. ni. and I.'.IO iiiuli.lclu, except Monday, Oa feunlt.vut h nud 10.10 a. m,, 7.03 aud 11.33 n xc. and 12.10 ulRht. 'llckeisnnd Information at the olllco. northeast corner ol Mth stmt nnd Fenni-jhiinli. nvttiue. andntthostntlon, where ordtra can he left tor ihu cliccWIuu o; hiifcuce to destiuntlou from, ho tels nnd residences. J. R. WOOD. General l'assenter Acen CIIAS. K. I'UClll. (leneral Mauau-er; The Now Orleans Fast Ui &HENANDOAH VALLEY SOUTHERN SFMIAL SHENANDOAH Jl'NO., LC11VY nnd ROAIiQKE. TheNtw Rouliilo tlio booth nnd Moumwet. HC'llfcllL I.i. IN LI FKUT MARCH 10. Uti. Oia A.M. Dally, hew Orleaua Fast Line. For all roliiiKoullimol' Hhcimiidouli Valley, Nor-li-IU A WiMcrn, iut Tiiiiickseo, Vlrs.ltiiauml (licigla Railroads. Atlanta, Maeou, Jackson llle. Lbatianoona, Memphis, Mobile, Neiv Orleans ai d lliubuuth anil teouthweit. Full, man Palace Bleeping Cars between Washlnc ton unl Ntw Orleans without chance. Con uiclli'K at hhenaudoah Junction vlta Full man Cars. New York to Atluiitu. fiitu 1' M Dally, Memphis Kxpress. For all points houth. 'oiuIu'ubi und Houthwcst. Full man Palace bleeping Cats between Hhenan dcuh Jouctloiiaud Memphis without cnanKc-, conm-ciing at Clevelaud, Tenu. . with Full man Cars to New Orleans without cliangp. Tralui lcavo B. & O. 11. R. Fasscnger suuloii, corner New Jcisey aveuuenud C'street, lor tickets, site ping car reservations and all In formation npply at ticket olllces, uiu l'ennn. ave.. 11131 lvnua. nvc.. and at ili'nnt it. .e o. lt.lt. nun olhcn ot tho Line, 007 l'ennn. ave. where oiiletu will betnutii lor ba(gugo to bo called for ill UDV Hbll Ol 1UCC11V. A l'Ul'Ul. K. J. 1.0CKWOOD, (eii. Fasi. ltl, Act. Pass, und Tlcnet Agent. ap7 im CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LKAVK D. & 1. DEFOr. SIXTH AND U &TS.) 11.10 A. M For all way stations, Lexlugton.Ky., Louisville. Cincinnati, Columbus, bt, Lunis. Dallycjeeptbundiiy. ,... 11 A. M.-For Newport News, Old Point Com fort and NorlolS. Dally, except bunday. Ot 10 l. M.-Fcr Louisville, Cluciuuatl. bt. Louis and Chicago, rouuectlug for all points West, Ncrthwibl aud houthnesl; fast express dally; decs not stop lor local business: through l'ufl map service to 1-oulsvllle nnd Clncluuatt. For tickets and Information apply hi O. A O. ltallwai otUco, 913 l'enuylvanla avuus, under Notional Hotel: Va, Midland Railway otllce.Cdl l'cnn, avenue, and 11. it 1', Station. 11. W. FULLl.R, Oeneral Fassenger Agent. o. w BMrrn, Uenrral Manaier. FRANK T1UUU.N. 1C. Fasscuicr Agent, M '(. 8t t V if n tj f ', 'i ? ni i! H I i V k'l u H -Is1 11 i -i 7XJC LI ,'., fvilylilHjJtyZyt-ib,-. i ,'' , " -(t ii! ,Slk I.