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nf.ifSjiiWi.iiit. "T--5 "" -wjvT.a y . ..-,., THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1885. -" & f- iii .- I. k OHOCERItS. vvVVVkVAVVVvVNVVvWVVVVVV "LIQUID BREAD," A MALT EXTRACT. PURE AND ECONOMICAL. N. W. BUROHELL, 1325 F STREET. PEAOE! PEAOE! PEACE! WILSON'S CELEBRATED WUI8KY, DUFFY MALT WU18KV, ROYAL CREAM AND OABINET WHISKY, 3D. BXjIjIS, Cor. Tlilril nml A Nlrccl . c. BB01ING & MIDDLETOH, Wholcsalo ana llotall Dcalors In Groceries, Fine Wines,&c. AQENTB TOR WERNER'B " AMBKICA," A Furo American Wlno. All tba boat Foreign Cordials nnd Bitters. Wo nro also Agontsfor tho Colobratod 0LY8M10 WATER, ana Calvin Shafcr's Wild Cherry Rook and Rye ao TO McCAULEY & DELLWIG, 200 renna. avo. oaat, ana to DELLWIG & McCAULEY, Cor. 2d and C ets. n. o., FOR rURE MOCHA, JAVA, MARAOAIEO AND RIO COFFEE. WHEN YOU AUK BUYING TEAS, COFFEES AND SPICES, Boznomber yon can iet thctn at Now York Prices UttllO American Tea Store, COR. SEVENTH AND I BT3, HAltllOUK a UAMILTON, Wholesale: JrXOTJB, WINK ANDOROOKRTUEROnANTa 014 to 010 renna. avonuo. CL0TH1HB. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY I Almost as miraculous as GEN. GRANT'S RECOVERY. Somo unknown Norwegian1), In company with n party from tlio northern part of tho city, enmo unexpectedly upon tho cheapest nnd most rcllnhlo place In tho city to fit n man out from head to foot and called It SELHY'8. Everybody 1ms tho fever, and emigrants to that placo far exceed tho crowd that first went to California during tho "gold dust" crazo. First como first served, at J. "W. SEXBY'S, 101.1 AND 1010 TENNA. AVE. LOOK. AT THE $15 Plain and Check Suits AT E. B. BARNUM & OCX'S 931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 3E3i. id. :ba.:e&:rs 1111 PENN. AVE. s Overcoatings anil Trouserings Of my own Importation, now received. Gentle menplease call, Inspect and leave yonr orders at THE LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISH MENTOIT WASHINGTON. Best Goods. Best Trimmings. None but first-class workmen em ployed at 1111 TENN. AVENUE. H. D. BARR, IMPORTER AND TAILOR. B. ROBINSON & CO., The Boys' Olothiers, OOP PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. OVERCOATS. OVERCOATS. Wo will offer our onttro stock, of Ovorcoata at greatly roducoa price. 421 Seventh etroot, (under Odd-Follows' Hall), no2l M. F. eibeman, Manager. Excelsior Clothing House JUSTUS HOLLANDER, 1217 Pennsylvania Ave. 1217 A. SAKS & CO., LEADERS IN CLOTHING, Sie A1TO8187THST. I. HAMBURGER & SONS, TAILOH8 AND CLOTlHKllS, 010 MINNA. AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel, ERCHANTjrAlLORS G. T. KEEN, TAILOR, 414 Ninth Street Northwest, J.OUIH UETTI.KIt, XEnOKCA-lsra? TAILOK, 1222 V STREET NORTnWEST. HOTELS AND ffOTAWMT. THE LOKEKAM, 1323 F Stroot N. W Opp. the Ebbltt, WAHUINHTON, . O. (Tho Olarondon, Baratoga Bprlngs, N, Y,) C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor. HARVEY'S Old Established Ladles' and aontlomon's Oyster Saloon & Kestaurant, 10101'ENN. AVE. AND ELEVENTH ST. HARVEY & HOLDEN, Proprietors. 'HARVEY," tho orlBlnator ot tho Btoamod 0 hter. THE CLARENDON, 3'WIKEW YORK AVENUE, oor. lllb stroot, 1'eriJinnent and translont guests accomrao deled, cars to all parts ot tho city paoa tho C&uf. MRS. M. J, COLLEY, Proprietress, Simer m iii A CONCOltT) LOVE SONU. Phnll wo meet again, love, In tlio distant When, lovo, When tho Now Is Then, lovo, And the Present past? Slmll tho mystlo Yonder, on which 1 ponder, 1 1 adly wonder, With thco bo cast f Ah! tho Joyless fleeting Of our primal meeting, And the faithful greeting Of tho How nnd Whyl Ah! tho Thingness flying From tho Itcrcncss sighing, For a lovo undying That fain would d!cl Ah! tho Ifness sadd'nlng, The Whlclmcss inadd'nlng, And tho Hut uiiglndil'iitng That llo bchlndl When tho signless token Of lovo Is unbroken. In tho speech unspoken Of mind to mind. Hut the mind pcreclvcth When tho spirit grlovcth And tho heart rclloveth Itself of woe; And tho doubt-mists lifted From tho eyes lovo gifted Are rent mid rifted In tho warmer glow. In tho Inner mo, love, Ah 1 turn to thee, love, I peem to sec, love, No Ego there, Rut tho Jlenesn dead, love, The Thcencss lied, love, And born Instead, lovo, An Usncss rare. THE MISTAKE. The cxprets train linil como ami gone through tho rniny December dusk, with Its eyes of scarlet lire, nml Its whizz of es caping steam, nml there was only one pas senger for 1'ctcrbank a (nil, aristocratic looking old gentleman, with ti fur-trimmed overcoat, gold eye-glasses nnd n fringe, of snowy whiskers under his chin, Kolf Othcrlirnc, the young Scotch ticket agent, looked at him with that half-curious, half-indifferent expression wherewith ticket ngents grow in time to regard the whole world. "You arc In chargo here, I suppose? " said the tall, furry stranger. 'Yes, fell." 'Perhaps, then, you can tell me at what time the train from Carrowdale is due?" "At 0:C0, sir." The old gentleman then sat down by the fire, as if resigning himself to waiting. And Itolf went out into tho twilight to mnko sure that tho switch-tender, 100 yards or so up the snow-covered track, had not fallen asleep, and that the signal lights burned clear and steady for tho Southern train. The Carrowdale train came in nbout six minutes or so behind time, lor the snow was falling fast and tho rails wore slip pery tho hurrying passengers dispersed themselves In various directions, except one voune irlrl dressed in pinkish crav. with n black boa around her throat and a single long willow plume droopinj over her pale face, who entered tho waiting room slightly shivering with the cold. 3lr. Otherbrao advanced toward her. "Can I get yqu a carriage?" he asked; "or be of any other scrvico to you?" f hanks." she answered, shvlv: "I ex red, pect a friend to meet me here." jiicki uiic suarp, siumcn summons oi the little telegraph iichind the railed com nartnient at the farther end of the room- and !Mr. Otherbrao, who was telegraph operator as well as station agent, hurried to his post. "It. Otherbrao, l'etcrbank Stntlon,"tho tonguo of tho telegraph whispered, with Us wiry, clinking found: "From polleo headquarters Stop an old man nnd a young girl well drossoil and plausible. Forgery. II. C. Dkko, General Office, Now York." Itolf stared at the quivering wires as if expecting to glean further intelligence from their metallic surfaces; then he looked across the room to where tho slender, dark-oyed young lady sat, her hands clasped on her knee, and her eyes Used intently on the lire. "A young girl, well dressed and plaus ible!" The description tallied well enough but then she was alone! And as for her being connected with a forger's gang pshaw! Itolf Otherbrao kn,ew better! At tho same instant she rose, nnd came hesitatingly half ncross'the iloor. "1 beg your pardon, sir but has the express tr ' come in yew ' Two hours ago." Mr. Othcrbrac, swercd, wondering if it were posslblo t . so fair an outward exterior could com , tho hideous inner lifoof erimol And ti 1,, all of a sudden, it occurred to him that i tall gentleman in tho fur-trimmed d . coat in the other room might possibl tho "friend" she had spoken of, nnO "old man" alluded to in the dispatch, At the same instant, advancing a ( or two farther, she caught sight of the erect ilguro by the tiro in the other . tho liguro wrapped in tho furs, will ' i silvery, aristocratic hair, and the '. n droopnigon tho breast, as if in slumlj "Papa," broko Involuntarily fron n- r lips. "lie has been waiting for mc,v. I never knew it!" Sho hurried pa)' ticket agent into tho other room, t -ill Utiicrurao iookcu niter nor in omnia; 'I'm to stop her. am I?" thought r .. "And how tho deuce am I to do it, I' to know." As these disjointed reflections i I through his mind a sudden shriek r . . in the silence, and Mr. Otherbrao, 1 , ing into tho waiting-room, saw the , girl kneeling on tho iloor besido th gentleman. And in an instant lu ceived the secret of her crv. Tho s i old man, with fur-trimmed garment ' thosnowy beard, was quite dead. A ' I ' advanced she looked wildly up inl - i face. "Can't you help him?", sho g t "Can't you do something? Oh, don see he has fainted ? Tell mo where , for a doctor? Whcrocan I llnd oi i havo a smelling bottle, but" ) "It is of nouse," Itolf answered, , I entiiely forgetting tho dispatch, or ' resolved to ignore it. "My mother tngo is close by. Let mo take you tl "And papa? Papa has come all th from India to meet me and take me to Knglandl" "I will send somo one to linn at said Itolf, swallowing u big lump throat, as ho felt how utterly usule all human nid, and adding to liims i . don't care if she has committed lift genes, aye, and a murder besides, I ; make a mute of myself by laying so ', as an adltioiinl straw of tho bun her troubles. It's tho sweetest oversaw yes, and tho heat." And so old Mrs. Otheibrao was st i dumb iih she sat by her cozy heart e at 10 o'clock at night by tho suddi . i parition of a beautiful youn drowned in tears. "Don't ask any questions, motlio ling." Itolf whlsporcd, "but bo u , her." And ho hurried back to tliu where the dead man still sat, k silent vigil. Half an hour afterward Kthcl Do knew that she was an orphan inns land. ""Where shall I go?" sho faltered ing wildly around. "What shall Papa ! oh, poor papa !" "Mv dear, my dear I" said Mia, luae, 'kindly patting her head, "bo You need go nowhere j you need do ing. Itoli will arrange It all. Itolf ... v.u best fellow in tho world, Just quiet your self and let him manage it all." And as Itolf, in the other room, heard the suppressed sobs of tho bereaved daughter, ho resolved within himself that not all tho police agents in Christendom should wrest Kthcl Dowgrovofrom beneath tho tegis of his protection. With those reflections In Ills mind, lie went out to sco tho midnight train rush in, liainoa second on its hurrying way, and then steam on ward, likon fiie-tliroated monstor, witli a vertebnu of moving lights. "Well, we' vo got 'cm," said SImson Piko, tho conductor, as ho swung a stout old lady oil the lower steps to llolf's protect ing hand. "Cot whom?" "Tho forgers, Went on to Shclton's Point. Jones arrested 'cm, Them's 'cm by the far window." with a Jerk of his hand toward a certain glimpse of reddish light, where a dull, wicked profile nodded occasionally. "Ileal good luck It was. Wisli It had been mo had laid hold of em!" liolf stared, Then his inner con victions had all been erroneous, lie had wronged the tall, hazel-eyed girl by the bare suspicion that she was aught hut one of Cod's most innocent earth-angels. What n dolt a blockhead ho hadbcenl What an Idiot! Well, at all events, he was glad she never hail suspected It. "Marry Itolf Othcrbrac? Marry an in significant young ticket agent, with your splendid fortune! Hxousc me, Miss Dow glove, but " "And why shouldn't 1 marry him?" Kthel Hashed out to her lawyer. "He was good to mo when I was all alone he ii noble nnd true and and I love hlml" "Oh I if that's the case, I havo nothing else to say," dryly commented Mr. Parley, thinking In rntlicr n mournful way of his own sou, whom he had mcntailv destined for the Kast Indian heiress. "You arc of age, and. of course, entitled to make your own choice." And so Kthcl Dewcrovc married the young ticket agent whom sho had never seen before that stormy December night, when her father died of heart complaint inthosolltudcofthe waiting-room. (Phil adelphia Call. THE NEW MEDICAL MUSEUM. I'lans nml I'robahln Cost of tlio I'ro poscil .Structure. The plans for the new Army Medical Museum are being prepared by Ctuss it fc'ehulzc, the architects. Tlio museum will be located near the northwest corner of Seventh and U streets, on tho Govern ment reservation where tlio Smithsonian Institution and the National Museum are. The building will front on U street. Tho plans which tho architects are now at work upon aro tlio result of what Dr. J, S. Billings, in chargo of tlio Medical Mu seum, has told them ho wants. After they aro completed they will bo submitted to tlio commission appointed by Congress. This commission consists of tho Secretary of War, the Architect of the Capitol and the secretary of tho Smithsonian Institu tion. After the plans, which aro subject to changes, have been approved, the work of constructing mo imiuung win (icvoivo ui)on Colonel T. L. Casey. A very good idea of what the new museum will ho can already bo formed from the incomplete plans. It will consist of two wings, eacli two stories high, running back lrom 11 street and a connecting building of three stories, running parallel to that street. The wings will be one hundred feet long by fifty feet wide. Tlio connecting build ing will be one hundred and twenty feet long. Adding tlio ilfty feet front of each of the wings on 15 street to the length of the connecting building, il will be seen tbnt tho whole length ot tiio front will be two hundred and twenty feet. The cast wing will be devoted to tlio'inu scum and the west wing to a library. The connecting building will contain working roonis,read lug-rooms and accommodations for tlio general personnel of the force em ployed. Under the wholo length of tlio building will run u basement, whero will bo stored the hospital records of pension cases. The building will bo 11 reproof. It will lie constructed of brick with terra cotta trimmings. It will bo a very plain structure. Tho work of constructing it will begin next lull, congress appropn- ated S'JOO.OOO for the building. "Will that sum give the kind of inc that vou want?" asked 'I'm: Cm bulld- itic re- porter ol Dr. Hillings to-day. "Not exactly." was the reply. "1 asked for 230,000 and not getting it have had to change my plans somewhat. I am going to try to havo a further appropriation recommended in order that tho boiler room and the laboratory may be put back of the building. This would do away with all danger and also with tho disagreeable smells that arc connected with the labora tory." "What will bo done with your present building?" asked the reporter. It is tho building on Tenth street in which Presi dent Lincoln was shot. "On account of its historical interest," was the reply, "I suppose it will not be destroyed, but lie sold for sonic purpose that would not make it dangerous to t surrounding buildings. It could bo uf by some ol our clerks. You sco wo n rent quarters on P street to accommod i o ,in,-'irv,, nf mil fi,rp, q'liw pnnlij i- tlio tpil is n w liottohof n dil ilOCl'llUSi, iuu.... led up sea, lu fact u'uioiiis In as bad n way as ay asiuo worn' btomacii ol an old dyspeptic vsnen tie, Kiirtiirnir cannot be prevented, but dyspepsfa.c and tho timely uso of llrown's Iron Hit Will do It. HI do It. This best of family medlcl can Do bougiit'ot any druggist at a ilolm a bottle Doublet your stomach become a desolation fur tho lack of It. Itr.v. Dn. S. if. (iitEEKi: preached at tho Calvary llapthl Church yesterday on "Decoration Diy." A largo number of Oram! Army nen woro present. ' i i Grand cxcunlon to Pen Mar on Decora tion Day, May 0, from llaltlmoro it Poto mac llallroad Italian. Pare, round trip, $2, Due noticed' leaving time of train, THE WITHERS STAKES. A Client Itnco l'redlctcd- llctwceu To ciunseli nnd lllcliinoml, The policy of Llttlclcld's running Te cuinsch three races In four days, and then i mining him In the deep mud on the last day at Ualtlmorc, knowing that ho would 1 nve to bo shipped at once (o Jerome, was commented on adversely by a great many horsemen, Tecuinsch out-elnsscd the horses lie met hero and at Baltimore, while for the Withers ho will meet all tho crnck 3-year-olds of tho country. Tecuinsch won something like $7,000 at the two meetings. Had Tecuinsch not inn tho last day at Ilaltimore his chances for the Withers would have been bettor than any other horse, As it now Is, ho may have contracted a cold or he may have strained himself. l.ittloficld, when hero, wanted to sell him for $15,000. Should he win tho With ers, he can undoubtedly get $20,000 from some of tho wealthy horsemen around New York. Tin: Ciiitio predicts that tho great Withers, to-morrow, will Ho between Te cttmsch nnd Iliclimoud. Gonuo is still the favorite and will so start. Kelso's Urookwood will make a good run, and the Pacific Slope people are hacking their representative, Tyrant. It will bo n great rare. llernard, the "little plunger" of New York, is very sharp, and often puts up jobs successfully on other people. Wliiio iiere, a Job was put up on him tho third day that made him squeal. On that morning hu bought of Doswcll the Duke of Westmoreland, and entered tho horso in tlio selling race nt$500. Tho horso won, and Hilly Daly run him unto Sl,500, at which price Poniard had tonuy film In to save him. It was just like taking SI, 000 out of Ucrnard's pocket. Ho was hot nbout it, nnd reproached Daly, but tlio latter said innocently that ho did not know that llernard had bought him, Doswcll has sold his two three-year-olds', Winston and Wickham, to a New York patty. llHst'lmll. In the games yesterday, tho Loulsvillcs beat the Metropolitans 12 to 2, tliu Ath letics the Cinciniiatls 7 toO, and tho St. Louis tlio Drooklyns 10 to 2. Harry Wright is great at experimenting, but is often out on his calculations. Ho has let some of the best ball players In the country go from his nine becauso ho thought them failures. Among them Aro llulllnuton, Kcnnclly, Latham (not fatty), Corkhlll and Lewis. Those llvo alone would form the nucleus of a great nine. It is said that Uoston and Now York aro opposed to changing back the pitching rules, if this is so the rules will remain, as it requires a unanimous vote to change them. "Planigan of tho McKcesports struck out l.'l of tlio Hells on Saturday last." Sportsman. What a dude Flanigan must be. The Knslcrn League has a meeting lu Philadelphia to-morrow. There is n pros pect that the League may open war on tlio Ameiican Association. Itoulng. The rowing men of tho Washington Club gave a barge party Saturday nfglit up river to tho olllccrsand invited guests. A big bon-llre was built, a Hue lunch dis cussal and a generally good time had. Among thoo present were Win, Dickson, H. I). Mclntyre, Cooper McGinn, Prank Waul, Major Appleton, John Kennedy, and Messrs. Laphaiu, Seeker, Tucker, Duruall, linker, Ityan, Sweeney, Gray, Ilenzler, Kimball, IJuslicr, lllgclow and others. The Coliunblas arc out every night in their eight, and row in beautiful form and get great speed on their boat. It looks as though they would hold the champion ship of the country in the eights another year. Said a prominent member of tho Wash ington flowing Club this morning: "It makes no dlll'erciico whether we do any thing ornot, we aro alike subject to criti cism. Several of tliu prominent members of the dill'erent clubs nail an informal con sultation in regard to holding tlio Na tional regatta hero in Washington. As we' were to meet before any of the other clubs we were asked to take somo formal -ion. This wo did. and appointed a nmittec (o meet committees from tho cr chilis. Now wo aro accused of push ourselves forward: that the tail is try to wag the dog, etc. Wo nro doing ' ther one northo other. Wcfeclthat itis 1 the best interests of rowing hero to in . 5 the National regatta and we arc not iid to say so. Wo aro perfectly willing to i ow file other clubs in all nia'ttcrs, save r cs, and In those wo shall (ry our best ! cad. President Coon, Mr. Gibson and er members of tho Columbias aro in orof holding the National here, so aro ny of the old meiubcis of the other bs, like John Corson of tlio Aualotiins, Dick Morgan of tho Potoinacs. Pub 'ied statements to tho contrary not- hstandlng, we can give both regattas ''o this season in-ide of ?I,.r00; and I 1 give you figures later to prove II." v'he New Orleans regatta, which begins vlayanil ends Thursday, is exciting a d deal of interest. Among tlio crews . in a distance that will take part in tho 'atta aro die Metropolitan Club New York, tho Delaware and Jin clubs of Chicago, the Mobile 1 ib, the Galveston llowing Club, ' J Kxcolsior Club of Detroit and a large Lumber of professional oarsmen. In tlio ' pud event, tho professional single scull c, tho following well-known oarsmen entered: John Teenier, Jake Gaudatir, my Peterson, Prod A. Plaisted, orgell. llosiiiCr, Jnnies Giillln, George Lee, James McKay, Henry Parker, J. Kennedy and Jaiucs A. Ten Kyck. 0 professionals row over a course of ec miles, and tho race will doubtless bo Jitlng. Itlcyullntr. Che races to-day at Athletic Park will, doubt, dyaw a largo crowd. In years lo by Max llorden stood at the head of ateur riders of tlio District. Two years i H. W. Haunn entered the lists and s very successful, both for speed and I nni nee. Several hot races have taken co between 1 fauna and liordcu, with honors about ovenly divided, llorden no of tlio pluckiest men who ever sat a bicycle. Ho has won races after the st kind of falls. This year llorden is in, but several now men havo come aid to contest for the supremacy with '' una. Tho most likely ot'ihose Is V. K, it. Hols the "dark horse;" keep your on him. Last year Ilannii won tho inllo championship for tlio District in .' i. If tho track is in as good condition i alternoon as it was last year, ilanna 1 have to rido insido of three minutes win tho race. Several others of tho r men aro also very fast. Tin: Ciiitio already published the list of entries t the olilcers for tho day. haiics Prazlcr has joined tho proles ml ranks, ami is doing trick riding out st. I ho Pennsylvnula-Now Jer-cy Dlvis- 's League Handbook and lto.ul Guide ow out, and isthoiuostcoinplctognido- k to roads and riding routes from Hos- to Washington yet published. Tlio ik has been compiled by Mr, II. S, oil, C, K of Philadelphia, agisted by , Kugcno M, Aaion and Dr. Carleton )wn. 'ho lcnguo has adopted a now general Iforni. which Is an Improvement on tho I outfit. The material is a grayish-brown iiiesjmii, aim ino neaugear is oi inciiei- tt pattern. The League of American Wheelmen II hold its sixth annual meet in IluHalo July 2 inula. Tho league now Hum- rs fi.600 members, 'tin advance of over OOsIiicc last year's meeting. Archory. t'ho highest scores mado at tho niccttug ofiho 1'ojoinao Archory Club last Satur day were: American llouiul L. W. Max bon.M hits; score, .157; J. 1 Parol, 0!) hits; jcoit iSOtl. Columbia Hound-Mrs. Jtarl ett, 68 hits; score, 201; Miss Holmes, 03 hi(s score, 2U1, (iiiAKD excursion to Pen Mor on Decora t!o)i Day, Mny 30, from llaltlmoro it Poto inile llallroad station, Pare, round trip, 2 Due notice of leaving time of train, The Washington ' Critic, .A-osr Afternoon AND Successor to The A lew Paper Under The Washington Critic Is an Independent Evening Journal, tlovo'.od to the News, the Governmental, Social and Political Gossip or tho Day, and to promo- tlnn the Interests and Advancement of Washington as the Grand Capital City or tho Republic. SirvGLE COPIES, TWO CENTS. Delivered by Carriers, per month, 35 cents. By Mall, Postage Paid, One Year, $4.50. By Mall, Postage Paid, S,'x Months, $2.50. Office, 941 Adjoining the Washington Post TTSIE For Generatlnrj Steam. For Cooking Purposes. For Heating by Furnace. For Heating by Latrobe. For Open Grates. 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'dentists. -.- -.-! x .A -v v-v- ARTIFICIAL TEETH WITHOUT PLATES. Ana tooth oitowNB lor roots and broken or badly Uocayod teotti, QKNE11AL DENTISTRY In all Its branches. C. L. ANDERSON, D. D. S., (101 THIRTEENTH BT COR. V BT. SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER TUB BEBT IN THE DISTRICT, SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent. 1224 XWENTY.N1NTH. BTREKT HOBTUWESX Newspaper, Evening Critic. lew Management. D Street, and The National Republican. COKE. It Is Easily Ignited. It Makes a Quick, Hot FIro. It Does Not Burn Out the Grate. It Ib Economical. It Will Pay to Try It. BY THE .$2 no . 2 00 TYPE WRITERS. THE REIIMTOtf STANDARD TYPE-WRITER Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, 80LE AOENTB, Wn.liliiRtou O 111 co, Cor. Kill ami l'Stn. MEDICAL. 0 1 inn nn old man, 1'or 28 yoara I suCfored wliu ulc(-ra on my rlcnt lei; as tlio result ot typhoid lovor. Amputation wan Buggostoil u9 tliu only racauaot proeorvlng llto. Tho doc tors could dn nothing for mo, nml thought I mutt dlo. 1'or three years I novor had n shoo on. Swllt'H BpvclUa lias mado a pormanvnt cuio and added ton yours to my llfo. ffM, It. llu.i), Hall Oo., On. I havo taken Kwllt's Bpoctllo for blood poison couliucttd at a medical college at n dissection, while 1 wi s a medical student. I am gratotul to my lhat It gavo mo a speedy nnd tnorougli euro alter my parents had spent liumlrods ot dollais for trcatmont, Avni'sivs WENDix, M. D Nowark, N, J. My wlto Item onrly girlhood has boon Buf feting from ihoumatlsm. Hho has tried many remedies, m.d I mutt frankly say lias do rlvrd morobtnolU from Bwltt'a BpoclUu thnn from nil tlio ethers, ottor long and faithful trial. lliiv. J.8, L. Fierce, Oxford, an. SwIIt'sBpoclUolsontlroIyvegotablo. Troat lev on Ulcotl and bkln Diseases miillod troo. aim Swift BiT.cirio Co., Drawer U, Atlanta, Ph.. nr Ifil) W. 2!ld Bt N. Y. A NEW DISCOVERY. IISnA-SLAJLiIILSr IE I Immcdlato relief for Cold In thoUoad, Boro Nose. Catarrh fcc. 10c. a box. for salo by all drueclftf. Manhood Restored lttMUiYl'liKl".. Avlctluiof joulbfnllmiiruilpnco rauilnit Priitiuturo Decay, Ncnoua Debility, l)iit Muntiooil, ,tn.,tiiivlnK tried in vain every known roinedy.haBdlfiCovt.reilfiHlni plume Arts of nolf-curo, which he will nonrt l'HEIl lolila ollow-nulfereni. AildroM, J.U.HEE VES, 43 Chatham t.,Nu w York. W. R. SPEARE, TJJSTJD E R.T .A.IK: BR,, 0101' STREET NORTHWEST. Everything strictly Urst-closs and on tho men rrnpr nablo terms. (Oamp Chairs to hire Inrnii nernstone.) myl-lyr SELLING OUT. SELLING OUT. Sharploss' dandy Store. OrentRoductlon In l'rlcos. Eatlro Btoclt at Lets than Cost. OUFENNA. AVENUE. China-Warc and HoiiscforuisMiii Goods, AT LOW l'RIOES. H. HOLLANDER, Agent 408 BEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST. S. N. MEYER, 922 7th St. N. W. GOLD AND BILVElt TRIMMINQ. Manufacturer oi Banners, dub ana Hocloty Badges, Rosalias, &c, W. H: VBElRI3:oap, DtUor in WU Papon, Window Bhade, FlotoK Vtuam, ricturw, eta SIS BKVXHTH. BTJUCST HORTHWHBT, jfilMpi fTAlLHOADi. mnii orkat PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. TO THKKOnTH, WKHTANDBUHTIHTEBT. 1)01 RLE TRACK. SPLENDID KOENERY bTI EL IIAILB. MAONII'IOENT EQUIPMENT. in r.rrr.rr may 'J 1, 188.",. Trains Irnvo Wnthlnjrton from Million, corner if sixth ami II street, as fallow! 1'nr IMIlslmru nml tho Vist, Chicago Limited. LxprcM of IMInco HIcpiiIiik Curs nt I); 10 a. m. tlntlyt FiiitLlnc. I):l(ln. in. daily to Clnoln iintl mill Ht LouN, with Sleeping Cars from llarrlMiurc to Clnclnnntl nml Hotel Car to ? V.!'0J!1,i ' ""V' oxcent Hattirday, to Chlcntto, llhHleoplngcnr Altoonato C'hlraco, Clii cuun and Cincinnati Kxprro at 7:10 p. m. Inlly, with Sleeping Can Wnihlngton to Cht ('ngoniid lInrrNI,ur tol)in,vlllo; conni'ot iiK nt llnrrNhurir with Weslern Kxprra with ', '"'."Kl'rloopcrs for Clovclnnil mid St. Louis. iJI i !'i ,,f.,irV's''' .V 1'; '" (,l,ly r,,r FltUbiirtf f 'i' l0Vs,,wltl1 tliroiieli ulccpcr Harris hiirKtofhlc'iigo, RALTIMOm: & POTOMAC RAILROAD. Tor Erie, C'linnnilnlgun, Itochcitcr, liitfTnlo, Nl nBiitn, 10 p. m. dally, except Saturday, with .-1 n!.n.i,0,1 ,r WnililiiKton to Ilocheiter. I or llllamsnort, LoiJk Haven and Klmlrn, at II: 10 ii. in. dally, except Sunday. I or New York and tlio East, 7:15, 8:M nml 11 n. in., 'J, I, 10 p, m. nnd l!2:ir, night on hiindny. H:llo n. in., 'J, I, Id p. m. anil 12:15 night. Limited L'xpresi of 1'iillmim Fnrlor t'nrsllMOn. m. dully, except Sunday. I or Uoston without cliiinge, 'J p. in. every day. Tor llrooklyii. N. V.. nil Ihrotiitlttrnltu cunncot nt .Icif oy City with bond of llrooklyii Annax, nfTorilliiK illrecttrnncfer to Fulton street, nvoldlng doublo ferrlago ncros New Yorlc city. rori'lillndelphln, 7:15. 8::i(l and 11 a. m., 2, l.il, 10 p. n. nnd 112:15 night. On Sunday, 8:.l(in.m..'J, 1,0, 10 ii. m. nnd li:15 night. Limited Express, 0:10 a. in. dally, uxcept Vor llnftlmorc, iisin, 7:15, 8:110, 0:10, 11 a in.. 12(15. !. I. .-jS, :lo, 0, 7:10, U) p, n ."""". ilnlly, oxcejit Sunday. OiiSiindnv I p. in. LIXANDRIA rilEDERiaKSIlURO RAIL WAY AND ALEXANDRIA & WASH INOTON RAILROAD. I'or Alexandria, (I, 7.0:25, 11:01 and 11:35 a. m.,2.05, .1:2(1, 1:15, 0:25, 8:05 and 11:37 P.m. On Sunday at 0, 0:25, 11:01 a. in., 8:05 p. in. For Richmond nnd tho South, 0 nml 11:01 n. in. dally and 1: 15 p. m. dally, except Sunday. '1 mini lon o Alexandria for Washington 0:05, H, 10. Hi:lOii. m 1, :i.()5, il:2:j. 5:10, 7;0.- nml ll:!)5p. m. and 12:10 midnight, except Jlonday. On Sunday nt 8 nml 10:10 a.m., 7.05 mid n sir, p, m. nnd 12:10 night. Tickets and Infoimatlon at tho olllccnorthoait corner of Thirteenth street and I'ciiusylvanlii avenue, anil at tho station, whero orders can in left for tho hecklng of hnggago to destina tion from hotels nnd residences. CIIAS.E.I'LIOII, J. It. WOOD, Oenernl .Mmiiigcr. Pen. Passenger Agent. BALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD. ECHKDULK IN KPFKCT SUNDAY MAY 3 1665, UNTIL FURTHER KOTIOK I envo WAalilngton from Station, corner ntw Jemey avenue nnd C street. For Chlrngo. lUa. m. nnd 10.10 p. m. dally. Tho 10 1 iu. isu Kant Limited Express to FlttsbureU Kbd Chicago nrrlvliiK In l'lltaburgii nt 7.30 p.m., Chluifcoiiejt morning nt S.03. No extra tare Ut cluirgi'd on Oils trnln for last time. 1'or Cincinnati, Louisville nnd Hi. Lonls dn.ll at 3.30 p. in. and 10.10 n. in., with througli coacb undl'ulacnSlK'iiliig Cars to above points wllh out change. 3.30 p. in. tiulu Is n fast limited train to Clrclnnatl and St. Louis, Brrlvlng In Cincin nati ni-xt morning nt 7.41, St. Louis o.nn p. m. No oxtru Inre Is cbbigul on this trnln for fast time. j-ur i-mniufKiiui iuii, m., wiin ranoriy'ar. ana IMO p. m. dally lo I'litsburih; Clevolaod and De troit, wllh ulceplng ears to l'lltaburgii. lor llulllniore oh ueekduys. 5. 0.10. fl.10. 7,30, 8.si)nnd lu irtn. m..lilo,l.M.3.lS(4Vmlnuto train), 3..I0. 4.50. 4 40 fi 40. (1 40, 7, S.25 and 1 1 p. in. lor JJiltlniore on Wlindun. tl.10. 7.30, 6 30 and K.(5 a. m.. l.as, 1.80, 3.30, 4.40. 8.40. 0 40. 7. &.M and II p. in. For pnluia on the Hhennndonh Valley lUllroad nnd olms boiilli, n.r, a. m nnd 0.10 ii. m. dally. H.S' it. in. trnln bus Fiillmuii hltepcr from Wiuli Initton to New Orleuus. lor Annapolis, 6 40 u. m. and 12.10 and 1.30 p. m. on buiiiln, . b,W iv. in.. 4. 10 n, m, j or wny nations between Washington and Bal timore, 6, l. to, 8,'iO a. m., 12.10, 3 30, 4 40. 7 and 11 p.m. On auudays, 830 a. m l.ao, 3 30, 4.40. 7 ami 11 p. m. lor Btutlons on Metropolitan llrautli, 7.25k. m. dally, except Sunday, and . 30 p. m. dally: 4.40 p. in. dally, except Sunday, foe principal stations on Id etiopolltan Brunch; .40 a, in, dully on Huuduy stops ul nil stutlonB; lor LexlLgton. Slnnntoo and Valley Branch, H.40a. in, caily. eacept fciimluv; lor Frederick, s. 10 n, in,, 4.4H p.m. dullv, neet t Sundnv. i'or Jlaueinown and Wlncntsur 8.40 a.m. dally pxcfpt Hntilay, and fi.ai p.m. dally lo Haters tow n, dally except buiiday to Winchester. Trains nrrlvo lrom tho West dally, o, 7.20a. m. 1.15. (1.80 1 1. ra. From Annsnolls, 8.30 a. m. and 1.50 nnd 5.25 p. m.: MimlHy, io..'Un.m.. C.J5 p. m. From Lexington, 5.30 p. u, dully, except Sun day. From Frederick nnd Intermediate points, 8.23 a. m. and 8.15 p. in. dally; except Sunday, Trains leave Bulllinorofu; Washington at 5.10, e.ao. 7.20, V, 'J H5 nnd 10 30 . m 12.15, Z.Su, 3, 4, 4 20 6,6.50, C, Until! II p.m. On Sundays, 0.30, 7.20,0 and 06n.m., 1.30. z.-ii), 4.20,5,0.30, 8. V and 11p.m. All traiusliom Washington stop nt Relay Sta tion, except 1.13, 3.15 nnd 0.40 p. m. For lurthcr Information apply nt the llaltlmoro A Ohio ticket olllce Washington Station, Gill ana 1151 Fennsylvnnln avenue, corner or Fourteenth street, hereordcrs will betaken for baggage to be clucked nnd received nt any point In tneclty, 11. DUNHAM. C. K. LORD, tlen. Man . Baltimore. O, i A. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE B, A F. DEPOT, SIXTH AND B STH.) 1 1.1 S A . M For all n ay stations, Lexington, lCr,. Louisville. Clnclnnntl, Columbus, bt. Louis. Dally cicept biiuduy. 11 A. 11. Fur Mepori News, Old Point Com fort and Norlolk, Dally except Sunday. OtlA 1. SI. For Louisville, Cincinnati, st, .Louts nnd Chicago, connecting lor nil points West, Morthvrthifnd snutlimst; fast express dally; decs not Hop for local business; through Pull man service to Louisville and Cincinnati, For tickets end Information apply nt U. it O. Bnllwny olllce. 513 Pennsylvania nvenue, nnder Nnllonul Hotel; Va. Midland Hallway olllce, Col l'tiin. avenue, and B. & F, station, II. W. FULLER. C. W. SMITH. 0Cn"al 1,tt5aenKer ' (loncrnl Mnn&KCr. ritANK 'I'HUid.N. K. runpngcr Ak'Qnt. WASHIN GTON OHIO & WESTERN RAIL ROAD COMPANY. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, TWO T'HAINB DATLY BETWKF.N ALEX! ANDRIA AND ROUND HILL. Leave Washington at 8.-25 rt. in. and 4:25 p. ra. and Alexandria ntO:J5 a.m. and 4:35 p. m, Fau Leesburg. going westward, at 11:39 a. m. and 6:49 p. m and arrive nt Round mil at 12:19 p. m. and 7:211 p. m. Leave Round Hill at 5:30 a. m. and 4.33 p.m. Pass Leesburg, going eastward, at 6:12 a.m. and 5:17 p. m, tnd arrive at Alexandria at 8.03 a. m. and 7:17 p. in. and nt W'aablugton nt 8:15 a. in. ana 7.25 p. m, SUNDAY TRAINS leave Ronnd Hill nt 5:30 a, m, nnd 4:35 p. m. Arrives nt Alexandria nt 6:01 a. m. and 7:17 p. m. and Washington at 8:15 a. m, and 7:25 p, in. Leave Washington at 15 a. in. and 8:05 p. m., Alexandria nt 0.35 a.m. and 8:15 p.m.; pans Leesburg, going eastward, at 6:12 n. m. and 6:17 P. m.; westward, 11:36 a. m, and 10:19 p. in, B. M. BROPHY. Superintendent. STEAMBOATS. DAILY L1NETO NORFOLK AND FORTRESS Monn e. bloomers a oor go Loary and Excelsl r, a mmouclng May 0, 1885, Ouoot tin bo popular stoamars will leava Boventh-etriot wharf DAILY, oxcopt SUNDAY, at G :!10 p. m. For particulars lnqulro at Com pany's onice, 7th st. wharf, Telephono No. 71511. w. p. WELCH, General Agont. TOW FARK8 J FOUTllkfeS MONROE AND NORFOLK. FlR8T.CLAbSFARE.fl: HOUND TRUMI.IH, Steamer JANE MOnKLKY Monday, Wednes day and Saturdur at 5:30 n. m. Passage and rooms secured at General Olllce, Sixth-street wharf. Telephone call, 04. I'OTOMAO RIVER LANllINOS.-8teamet Tl tOMPbON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a. m. BQI3 WALL PAPERS WINDOW SHADES, Picture Rods, ROOM MOULDINGS, &c The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices. TUBMAN'S, 411 NINTH ST. NORTHWEBT. CABiETINGS. GEO. WILLNER Has in stock a full lino ot Oarpotlnge, all grades Ollclothf, Cocoa nnd Straw Mailings. Also latest styles In Wall l'apor, Window Shades and ourtaln tloods. Wlro Window and Door Screens, TRIOES LOW, gkeohrghh -wiLXisruT' t 420 NINTH BTREET NORTUWF" l .mi, J-.,., mma. un nuiiiiiiy, n:.u, u:io, n a. in,, u, 1, 0, 7:10, ioji. m. and 12:15 nlgln. I or 1'opo'h Creek Line, 7:15 a, in., and 1; 10 p. in. dally, except Sunday. I'or AtiiinpolW, l:!15 n. in., 12.05 nml 1:25 p. m. J ' ,... .JirLiiiSi'i jV ' -"S. ".' JJJi. - . .. ..y.. 1 .-.