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THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1885.
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RECEIVED
An Elegant lino ot Infanta' ana Children's
Merino Cloaks ana Walfcioi Suits,
for Spring wear, plain nnd cmbroldorod, In
Mother Hubbard nod other stylos. Long ana
snott
White Dresses, Slips and Robes, Laco
Peek.a.Doo and Shirred Caps,
comprising tbo latest stylos, at
MBS. SELMA EUPPERT'S
008 nui nt oji. l'niput onicc.
KING'S PALACE,
814 SEVENTH BTItEET.
The Largest Stook of Millinery and
Fancy Goods and Visiles In the city.
IE. O-. ID-AVIS,
Black Dres$ Goods, Embrolriorios,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MARKET BPAOE, WAHHINOTON, D. 0.
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
Full Stock ot Sun Umbrellas and r-arasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
It I ley Jlnllilluir, Cor. Dili mid K Kin. n. w
" GEO. WHITE,
Ladies' Tailor and Habitmakor,
730 Seventeenth St. N. W.
For Bargains in Dry Goods
00 TO
TRUNNEL & CLARK,
811 MARKET BPAOE.
HOSIERY a Specialty
AT
DOUGLASS'
NINTH AND V STREETS,
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
WW- iVA,
Mackinaw Straw Hats
Tho celebrated MACKINAW STR iW HATS
manufactured by
DUNLAP & CO. of New York
Now Ready.
roarl and Boo color, Dross and Derby hats
In all ohapos, at
I WILLETT & RUOPF'S,
Bole Agents for Du clap's Now York Ilats,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
Julius Lansburgli,
316 Seventh Street.
I
And Upholstery Materials.
&
415 Seventh St. N. W.
Carpets, rurnlturo and Upholstery, Now
Canton Mattings, a largo Stock ot Baby Car
riages, and tbo colobrated
Alaska Beirigerator.
Window Bcreens and tho Oolebratcd Wood
Carpeting.
Looso Covers for Furniture a Specialty.
Carpet, Furniture, Bedding, Dra
pery and Upholstery Warerooms.
"W- H. HOBKB,
801 MARKET BPAOE, 308 & 310 8th Bt. n. W.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
BDROIKlEiR..
Stocks Grain, Provisions and
Oil.
J.cDioll Jliillillnir, 8th niul rstti.
Inigo and fcinnll Quantities. &ti!ctly on
Commission. 1'rlvato Wltcs. Constnnt Quo
tations, my20-ly
TOWERS & GREEI,
Bankers and Insurance,
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Transact a General Banking Business.
IDepoeits Subject to Oheck.
Special attention given to Departmental and
otlior Collections s Buy and Boll U. H, Bonds
and all District Securities. Wo Issuo
Drafts and Circular Letters of Credit
on Europe and the East.
v, it. PLAIN.
w.u.niiiBa.
U PLAIN k CO., Briers.
Grain, Provisions, Potroloum,
Stocks,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and FSta.
Branch onico 1 National Hotel.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
City llotoronros-Natlonal Bank of tbo lie
public. Chicago Correspondents MILMINE, BOD.
MAN & CO.
Constant quotations ot tbo Chicago and Now
York Markets irom direct prlvato vvlros.
V. V. LILLEY,
T, A, KKNDIQ.
F. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
and Potroloum.
1427 V BrREET H, W., WABHINOTON, D. 0.
BRANCH OFl'IOE-4 B. Uolllday Bt. Baltimore
larjtaiiway and othor Becurltloa bought
and told on CommleMon only. Btocka and
bonds bought tor Investment or carried on
margin, U
Till: OHUIINAT. "JOHN IlllOWS."
Tho original version of this celebrated
eotifr w nans follows'
.Tolm llrnwn died on tlio scaffold for tho slfivo,
Dark was tlio hour when wo diitf lilt hallowed
gravo;
Now Wexl nvemrc tlio llfo lie gladly gave.
Freedom ri Ign to-tlny I
(Dory, (Dory llnltetiiliih,
(Jlory, (llory lln'liliiliili,
niury, (llory Hnlloltijnli,
(llory n Igtn today!
.lolin Drown eovvt il und tlio liarvinten aro wo ;
Honor lo lilm who lim inailo tlio bondsmen
liioj
Loved uv tr more Minll onr noble rul r be.
Friislorfl roliu to-day I
mnnr.
John Brown's body 11m mouldering In tlio
grave.
HrlcM o'er tlio pcmI Irt tlio Mnrry banner vv.ivoi
1 o' for I ho million lio periled nil lo wive.
l"rtodom rclgm to-duy '
cnomn,
John llrnvvn'n nm through tboworld I niniclf
Ing on '
llnll to tho lionrvvbi 11 opprwwlon shall bo gone;
All mm will Mm: In tlio hi tterdii)' iliiwu,
Friedum rclgiu to day I
i mini'.
John llrovvntlvvcIN wlitio tlio Imtllo xlrtfo H
0'ir,
llato riitinot harm him nor sorrow Mir lilm
inoro:
Knrtli will rurnnlur tli tnnrtvrdom bo bore ;
Freedom nlRin toMlmy'
t itonu.
John lliown's body IIm inntildciln? In tbo
urmo;
lolin HrownlhM In tlm trlntnplt of tlio liraoi
.lol.ii lliown's iKiul not a lilglur Joy iimernvu,
l'nedom rclmi" tmlavl
IThu Kejnoto.
SOMETHING ABOUT SILVER.
ccrctar IhiiiiIh(;01hi'c1 lo Kh I'lirni'il
('Initiation.
About 0110 month linn clnii'il mIiico
Treasurer .Ionian nesuined control or liU
olllcc, nml the o)Ic)f the Ailnilnlstra
Hon in reference to Trcniury iayiiicnl.i,
treatment of silver, etc., began to iimnlfost
lltilf. Tho oIllclnlH fuel well sathllcil
wltlillie results of tho month' experi
ment', as there has lx.cn n loss of hut 0110
million of koIiI. With tmch n allowing as
thli, if tluo to tho ehangci of policy
nilojitul, thcro would be no airirrhenloii
nf to liuauiial troubles before Congress
metis in December.
TruiMiry ollleinls nttributo tho lm
prov id fchow ing as far ni tho gold fund U
concerned to the caving in the cost of
transporting "ilver certilicatci, etc., In
jiursuanec of tho expedients adopted un
til r tlio last Administration for forcing
them into circulation.
Tlio position taken by Secretary Man
ning is that thcro is now in ciiculation as
inutli silver, coin nnd note as tho people
arc willing to accept, and that all cllorts
to lorco out of the Treasury vaults an un
welcome medium arc inellcctital, oxpen
"hcand inexpedient. Aecoitling to .his
iows no form ol money can bo or should
he forced intociiculatiouby expedients or
other than In lcsponso to a popular de
mand. At least tcvcnly-fh e per cent, of tho
silver certilicates now in circulation have
been foiccd out by tlic ngieemcnt or the
(io eminent to deliver tiicin free o I ox
pies churgtsat Southern cities for gold
deposits made in New .Yoik. It is now
held thnt this policy is no longer of any
xalue. All ceitillcatcs now iorccd into
ciiculation by devico or expedient ol
the Department aro found to bo'iojcctcd
and pic-bcd about at the public expense
until they 11 ml their wny back into the
Tieabury in payment of customs duties.
1 he ow taken by tho lust Administra
tion was that this method secured gold de
posits in New York that would not hao
otlieiwise been obtained dud created a de
mand for silver certificates. ,
'ihexicwof tho new AiluiinHi.ition is
that this expensive movement ot certifi
cates docs not really get tlicm into cin til 1
tlon or accomplish any good, ami tlmt it
docs not secure gold lor tho Treasury, as
experience teaches that under this method
pavmcuis of customs aie made in silver
certiiieates, which would otherwise be
paid In gold. This important change in
financial policy i3 nlo leg.uded by the
ollleinls as ha ing other merits.
Its 1 csults aro described as being pi innri
ly tho saving of a gieat-expense of trans
portation of notes at public cost, a gain of
gold and alto n gain of fieo silver. This
policy if boine out in future as well as by
the results of tho current month, will, in
the opinion of a prominent Ticasuiy ofll
eial, olniate tjio necessity lor any ladical
changes ol method and 1 olios 0 the public of
anvelloitsto loicouponit an unwelcome
medium of exchange.
.
CHURCH AND CLERGY.
Tin: m.w CAruouoCiieuicn at SindoH
illi', On., is to be dedicated Juno 7 by
Ihsliop Northrop,
ltiv. Dit. (lioiioi: Coon n of Pennsyl
v nnia lias accented a call to the first Dap
tUt Clnu tli of llichmoud, Va.
On JIomiay list llcv. Kiankdunsaulua
was installed as pastoi ol Drown Jlcmorial
(l'lesbyteiiaii) Church, Baltimore.
Tiir 111 roiiMi liCituiiciintDuckoyslown,
Jitl., will bo didicated Sunday Juno 7, by
Jtcv. T. F. Ilollmeierof Mlddletowii, Mtl.
Tin cohm l.-sTOM'. ol tho new Catholic
Cliurth at Woodstock, .Mil., will bo 1 lid
by Aichblshop Gibbons to-moiiow altci
noon. Dit. Ororm. C. Loitnn 11, tho well-known
Dajitist divine ol Chii ago, is said lo have
lately refused a 10,000 a j car oiler from a
New York congregation.
lli.v. Yi mi iiton li v rov Jlouow, son
ol the late Dr. Moigan ol Daltlmoie, and
now rictorol Tiinlty Chun Ii, Cluvelautl,
is to be maiiicd Widne-day next to Jliss
.Mniy llillard fcteiling ol tho latter city.
Ai Si. J'l nn'H Kiif-corL Cuuitcn, Dal
tiiniue1, to-moiiow morning, Itcv. Ilobart
S-niith. lector, of irenshaw -Meiuonal
Chuicli, and Itcv. Call 13. (Jianimer, son
of Di. Julius V. (iiammcr,will beoulaiucd
to thcpiiistliood.
Tin. M. Vu C11u1.cu South nt Ontthers
buip, Jfd,, was lcdcdlcnted last Sunday,
aftei undcigoing extensivo lopahs. The
ceicmonies wcie conducted by Itcv. Thin,
i:, Cm ton, picslding elder, and Itur. Dr.
Cox of Mount Vcinon Station, Washing
ton, D. C.
A Chlld'h Jthtlula 1'iLSontH.
A little Utka inliHofUyeiiri ol ago lms
thus far gotten up a surptiso ior her par-
ems on ner uiriiiuiy annivcisanes, un
the ilist. a ycai ago, says tliu Obscncr of
that city, she celebiated tho event by
briutciugthioitgh the tailing in tho up-
nei uau 01 me nousc, ami lulling 10 me
iloor, a distanco of 10 feet below, without
sustaining a particle pt Injury or showing
tho slightest sign ola buiifco. This year
hoiibc cleaning timii furnished her the
bestoppoitunity. Yestenlay, whllo tho
hall uglstci was taken up loi a low mo
ments to bo dusted nt tho back door, the
little 0110 walked in 1'ioiu the sidewalk,
stopped into the. opening In the Iloor, and
landed insido tho iinuacoiilpoou tho haul
cement bottom of tho cellar Iloor, With
hci usual good luck sho was at play again
lu live minutes, as il ground and lolly
tumbling weio her special diversions.
Her escapes thus lar are great lebukos to
tho accidental insuinnco theoilsts who
do not lav 01 issuing policies to females on
tho ground ol tho special lisks Involved
in Mich ventures.
jMi. Cluvolaiid In tlio 8011th.
Itcpretentativo Hemphill of South Caio
Una was asked to-day by Tun Ciiitio re
porter what tho people In his Slato
thought ol tho Administration.
"On," was tho reply, "they think every-
iiiing is going 011 wen anti aro b.uisueti.
"Is thcro no growling'
"ves, tnero is a llttio urowitnu.
growling, but it
does not amount to much. We all think
that cci j thing will como out all light."
lilt) IMt-Hlllont'ri AVIsll,
A llttio bon of .Mr. l'utnani called on
the I'lisltlent tho other day. SaidJohnny;
"Mr, Cleveland, weio you ovei a little boy
like me?"
"Yes, indeed." answeicd tliothcd Piesl
dent, "and I wish 1 weronboyngaineyciy
day of my life," ' b '
THE NATIONAL GAME.
itrlatlvo .Standing of tlio Nines up
to
Diilr.
In the League the New York Club still
holds its lead, though the Chlcagocs arc
still uncomfortably close. Lucas' team
has dropped n peg and tho IJostons nrc
clinging to that peg for dear llle. Uullalo,
mid Dctroltnro havingailcsperatostrugglo
for last place. Hairy Wright's Phila
delphia nine is showing up remarkably
well. In the American Association tho
St. Louis tiam has a good lead, not so
much In games won as In fewer games
lost. Cincinnati has given way to J'itts
burg, which is playing rcmaikably good
ball. Louisville is close up in the leaders,
and ifchchnd a few ntoio Deckers wonJd bo
llrst. The four Dastern clubs aro hopeless
ly In tho rear, tho "Mcts," occupying
tlicpostof honor('). In tho Eastern Asso
ciation tlio Itlchmomls still lead, though
only by one game won. It was expected
that the Nationals would suicly bo second
by to-day, but they lost two out of their
three, games with the Trentons, and tho
game they could have won yisterday was
prevented by rain. The Newarks aro a
good fourth, with the Lnncastcrs one
game behind tin in. The Wilmlugtons aro
still last. 'I he Nationals have 11 chance to
tie the Treulons today if they win both
gniuis with the Lancaster). .
'1 lie llaltlmorc.tinericdii says the Haiti
inure Club did not lose Its game yesterday
It rained,
The gamen yesterday were few mid far
betwiiu. only one Lcaguoaudtwo Dastciu
AwDclntlon games having been plnved:
rhllatlelphla-IIullalo, 0 to I; Trcnton-U'll-iiihiu.loii.8tu
1; Jersey City-Norfolk, in to
lillrookiyn-Virginia, l'Jtol.
Moon1 has dropped In his hatting some
what. 1 lo Is still n great lavorite with tho
);iitroii"(if the game,
' l'uliner is one of the host all-round
plnjtni in this country, n llrst-clns
catcher, good hatter, and a great buse-i mi
ner. The Virginian nrc great base-run tiers.
'I heir base running has hi on remarked
upon wherever they have been this sea
son. 'J ho National malingers got somewhat
down on l'owell atone time. They must
bo fatlslkd with his playing now.
Dolcgatis from the fovciiiI Amerlcin
Association clubs held a mooting at'
J'hllndelphln otoiday. Said
McKulght. '''lhis meeting In
President
as no other
sigulllcautc than lo amend tho pitching
rulis," he.ald. "No, we have not met to
declare war. I do not know uliuttlio out
come will be. hut we will piobahly take
noaitlon until alter (ho uiicllngof the
joint conference eommltttc ol the Aineri
tan Association and National League
about August 1."
"Inm open and abovo bo-ird in my
stand," said .Manager llarnle ol Ualtimoie.
"I am for war, and everybody knows It I
hao my eye, on at least four League
plavers that 1 want, and they will cometo
me."
"And Iain with you with four more."
said Mr. Shaisig of the Athletic Chili,
shaking hands with Mr. llarnle.
"'Ihcioarent least three of tho Le-igue
clubs that will not last," said Mr. llarnle.
Dttiolt mid Uullalo me doing pooily. and
there is talk of transferring tho l'i ovidcnco
Club to Baltimore. The Held Is open to
them, and I will welcome 11 League club
to Daltimore."
llast hull.
Lewis of tlio .St. Ixmls team, whom
Harry Wnght thought not good enough
ior l'liihulilphla, le.uls tno league batters
with an average of .Ml.
Chicago will play no exhibition games
this season.
Tho Uoston iilajers s.iy that Weldmau
of tho Ilctroits is pitching the boat ball of
any of tho league pitchers this v car.
Theiollowing is the reconl ol the three
leading associations to dale;
AIICMCVN ASOCI VTIOV.
Won. Lost.
Won. Lo-t.
St. Loul 'Jl fi
l'lttBbmg 11) 1(1
(liirliiniittl...lH 11
oalsvlllo....1(l VI
llnlt1mmo....ll in
llrooklyu I) 17
Athletic 111
MttioiHillt.m. 7 -t
NTIONAI. IKAOtJl'
Won. Lot.
NowYmk....KI il
Hilenco II T
I'lillnilclplila.i:! H
l'lovlilenco...!! 7
Won. Ljst.
Boston 7 1-
St.Iouls (I VI
lliiflulo 1 II
Delioit I II
ustrnN iLioci..
Won
VliKlnla II
'i union 12
National 1 1
Now 111 1; 1)
I-)St.
Won. lAxt
I.ancastci ...H rt
Noilolk (I 10
linuy(lty....tl 11
VllmliiKton...'J 15
REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN FUNDS.
Coiinnlhsloiie'i' Ricgoij'rt Position us 11
C'onti llintoi'.
Democrats who arc interested in having
uicmbcis of their o n party secure tho of
ileeshavo evidently been vigilant. This
obscivatlon applies paiticulaily to places
in tlio Departments. Homo agilu Demo
cinls have succeeded in getting n trail
sciijit of the record1 ot contributions made
to the llcpubllifiui Local rinanco Com
mittee, who-e hc.ulqunrlcrs weio in this
city dining tho campaign. Thetianscript
gives the names ol ull who contributed,
when they contiibutcd and what amounts
they gave to aid the Kcpuhlic.ni cause.
Mnny llcpuhllcans know that such n
transcript has been received, lor they
have been told bv theirDeinocrallutiicmfs
to "look out; you me spotted!"
"Why?" has been the iuteiioatlvo an
swer. "Oh, on such a day," giving tho dale,
"jou contiibutcd so much to help Ulnlnc,
nnd on such another day," agilu giving
tho date, "you eontiihutidso much uioiu;
j on moan ollcnsive partisan." Such eon
x ci-sations bin e bicn iiuiiietous. Tho lte
liubllcans aro asking how it was possible
for tho Demounts to have piocmcd the
lists. Mi. Clapp, who was chairman of
tho Local rinanco Comuilttie, has been
asked about it. Hetloes not bcllevo that
the pit'tcnded knowlulgo of tho Demo,
cials-isaccuiatc, or in fact that they have
any but u'gcncial idea of w ho made con
tributions. "It is tobcicmcmbcied, how over, that
the contilbutois made no concealment
of what they had done, except in a lew
Instances. .Many of them w ero even anx
ious to have It known that they hail 'como
iii.' One of tho eoutributois, of whom it
issaiiMhat ho did not want the fact that
ho had subscilbid to the Republican fund
made public, was l'role-.or (Jiegoiy ofth
Chll-Scnico Commission."
The fact that l'rolessordregory had con
tributed was one of the secrets ol theiaui
palgn. Tin: Curie reporter knowing it,
asKiu 111m miout it. rroiessor urcgory
then said in unbalance: "Yes, I have given
mvtoutiibutlon to .Mr. Clapp'scoiiiuiltleo
1 ilitl so lor the leasou that 1 am 11 lteptib
llcnn and wanted tho ltcnubllcau cauill
dales cleetcil. Diliovlng tlmt the cause is
a good one, I see no ieaon why 1 should
not help It along, There aro expenses lu
a campaign that must bo met. To help
meet those expenses I contributed money
voluntaiily. I tie nothing at all wrong
in such contributions."
.
A (lartluu I'm I).
A garden party and stiawbeiry festival,
under tho auspices of the Ladles' Aid s
soeiallon ol tho National Iloinoopitlilo
Hospital, w ill bo given in tho gro 0 adjoin
ing tho lesidenio of Mrs. tlcneral lllruey,
lu Lo Droit Park, on Tuesday, June '4,
communing at I o'clock p. 111. Arrange
ments hao beon perfected for an enjoy
able occasion. Tho Seventh anil Ninth
street oars convoy passengers lo within a
short distance of
11 tno gi
1 giovo.
An OllonsUo lluatli
Is most distressing, not only to tlio poison nf
llictcil If ho lms any pi lile, Initio tlioso with
whom ho comos In contiiot. It Is n 1loliu.1t 0
matter to speak of, but It has parted not only
filcnds hut Iovcih. Hail hienth uiul oiitiinli
aro Insipiuablo, Dr. Huko's t'atnrih Iteinody
cmts tlio win st t uses as thousands can testify,
Noimv plald Bultstoonler,818. HamVuiBCi's
"Altlerney Daley Wiikuiik."
Tiesli Aldeiney hatter, eliurncd every moin
Ing and dellveietl In Jj lb, "Wind" piliits, lOo.
pn lb. Also cottiiBo eheeso, battel milk anil
iJVHitmllk, Oo. per tjt. Cieain, 10, pci pint.
MISS CLEVELAND'S BOOK.
Tim Author Chats Ahout It In iil'lrnsitnt
AVny.
"My trip (o Now York was a busy one,"
paid Mls Cleveland lo the Washington
correspondent of the Cincinnati llnqulrcr,
"for you know I there gave tho finishing
touches to my hook, nnd, through a friend,
superintended tho details of its puhllcii
Hon. 'J he sublict matter everybody
knows now who Is interested enough in
literature of that kind to have read tho
public c.xtincts. However, whnt lias been
printed nbounds in typographical criers,
which will surely not appear in the book,
and thnt miiy add an element ol agreeable
surpilsc (o tfic publication.
I asked were the quoted chapters such
nsslio would have pielerred lo make tho
first Impression with ntidshorcplkd: "Oh,
I do not care anything about that. I do
not know that thcio is any demand from
tiio rending public for the particular
manner In whlih mysubccts aie treated.
'Jho book Is miido up cntiicly of my lec
tures nnd essays which have been de
livered beforo classes of students at dif
ferent schools within the. last few years."
"'1 hen, wltlt the exception of tho por
tion vu wrote In New York within tho
pnt fortnight, none of It is absolutely
licsh?"
"Oh, yes, since it presents all my public
cllorts. and I only stopped working when
I decided I should come hero, I gave it
ttmsiilernble attention through the winter,
so thnt tho woik was pretty well on. My
duties bore left me no time lor it. .My visit
to New York gave tho necessary oppor
tunity to finish it, just as I wished. A
friend who understands all tho mysteries
of hook-making has uiidei taken all the de
tails, and so far as I 0111 concerned person
nil v I havo no more to tlo with it until tho
publication day comes, In a foitnlghtor
so. Until then tlio cnfcrpiislng newspapers
will, I know, keep me well posted as to
what ellcct it is going to have over tho
land, and I suppose 1 must stand a good
dial ol notoriety from it. Of course they
cannot possibly know anything about it,
hut that will only make the criticisms
more undnblc. Tho hook is not of a kind
to suit tho masses, but il will be, I hope,
until) students, for whom eveiylinu ol
II was originally written. Those who havo
nppru titled my life woik thus far think it
should sick expression in tills lorin, and
such kindly suasion, and the sincerity I
Know which underlies it, has lid me to
publishing it at this lime. Ihopoitwill
llll some good purposes."
AVI11 11 I aski d her If sho hud como back
lo the White House to stay lor the sum
mer sjio assured me: "Yes; both my
biotlur and myselt llnd tho house cool
and com f'01 table, and we sec nothing to bo
gained by even trving cottage life at tlio
f-ohheis' Home, '.My friend MUs Nelson,
who Is witli 1110 here, enjoys the restful
llfo nnd the nuiotwhich one can secure by
ei icWng a little tuet and still si oing quite
a number of people cveiy day."
WOMEN'S SLIPPERS.
Soiiio Injurious Kilt f orTlioli'lliDUKtit
1 ss IfW".
A gentleman who had traveled a great
dial and spent some vcais in Ihigland was
speaking of Dngllsfi women, nnd expi
ti.itid, as usual, on theii good health as
lompaietl with American women and thu
long walks they tooJc, and finished with
the remark : "Uuttholhiglish ladles never
wiarthtir thick shoes in the house: they
nlwajs ihangcand put on slippcis." This
idea, savs the Toionto Mail, seems to prc
x nil to a great extent among American
women also, that It Is the pioiier thing to
wear slippers in the house. This may bo
n good plan for those who live in houses
kept at a summei heat at nil times, and
nevei go out except when attiied for visit
ing, shopping. 01 something ol tho kind.
It is nho a lcllel to the weary housekeeper
who has been on her feet all day to sit
down in the evening with her slippers on.
llutthe practice ot wearing slippers In
the morning, when one is liable to he
called ii 011 to step out doors at any mo
ment whllo the grass is wit with dew, is
producth e of wet feet, w hleh in its turn is
one of tlio most frtiitlul causes of colds
and all theevil tint follow in their train.
In the lull nnd wiutii months, too, tho
lloois are 1 old in the morning mid a good
thick-soled shoe is much moiocomloi table
than a low cut slipper, even though the
latti 1 may nppenr a llttio moic like house
tluss. 1 lie laet that they can bo so much
nunc easily mid quickly put on than a
shoo may perhaps be one leason lorpre
h rring them, hut that should not he con
sjtlercil lor 11 moment.
Wo aro not speaking of the wear of
slippers during tlio hot and sultry months
of summer, but the lommoii piactlco
among women of wearing them exclu
sively around the hou'e. Men aro ioud
of donning the drisslng-gow 11 ami slippcis
in tho evening after tlio clious aro done,
hut they tlo not wear them mound their
woik. Although they may be a lest ami
change then, something that will support
the ankles is very useful anil essential. It
is a great inconvenience, too, to be obliged
to ihango one's shoes to go out on an
criaud or to step out-doom. Women
would often he more willing to tnke walks
w ere It not ior tho trouble ot getting re idy.
Not Wwilispcuso with slippers altogether,
for, as we liax. e said, they me often usclul,
we think the geucial health of women
would belmpiovcd by wearing high shoes
moic and slippers less.
DYSPEPSIA
Is a (liinccrou a well aa diHtroRfilnj complaint U
neglected, it tundi, by impairing nutrition, and tlo
iTettninji pin tone of tho rjktcm, to pnparo tlio way
ior ivapiu iwciiQe
-THE
BEST TQHIC.
QnlcUj ind rftimletclr f 'uri-H llycprpslrt In 11
Inform.. Ilrnrihiirii, llflrhlnii.TiiHiiiiKllio
I'lioil, to. It rntlcliM anil p'intio. tlm l.lil, 1 1 Imu.
Iatr Iho .pixillle, and ai U tlio awlmlUIIra of fund,
llrv, J. T lloamrrit, tlm honorrtl iitor ot tuo
Hm llrlimnnl Clinrru. Illllmon, Mil , MM ,
' llTlnusl llroHii'.lron Ulllcn for I)jKNa
ana ImlurMtion, 1 tako crvat Ii4Qrti In rucoui
npnihna ll hUlilr. Alwranaidrr It a iplrudlil tenia
an(lluilortor,anditrTllTUthfTiln "
(lenuinv ha .Ikito traaomark an1 crsl nsl lloe
mwniiiir Tnlie 1111 oilier. Mi!nnly tijr
IIIIOVVn C 111 IIIUAI.IO, HM'lIMOIIP.Ml).
Ijuirh' llANlillooK-uuifuland attrarWra.cou.
talnlnif ll.t of prlf na for rprlprai. Infinnlnn alsjut
culnii, xlo , siren away lr all ilulria In luiillclcf, or
mailsd to atur aililrrw uu rvcvlpt of So. ttaup. . a
They Stand at the Head?
THE BEST SHOES
I'or G(uttcmn'i tecYir, i thr hrUl, or Hit
vtonty are mntle lit
STACY, ADAMS & CO.
COMFOltT, NTYr.rc &, llIKAHIt.ITV I
Atk your dealer for the Stacy. Adams & tlo, Shoe.
Thenu i;ooili nro lanJo of tliowit 1 rtnch and 1)0
mcitio Btocli, KnnKnroo topi, In hand anil mitculna
ewd, in I'ONQllLbB, IlUr r()N ana I.AD11, ami
KVIillYl'AIUWAHIlANTKI). Hiitlifactlou 1
Ruarantcid evcrvoni) that vreari tho bUcy, Atlanta
&Co, Bhoe, Ijold every where hy(lrtt'Clasilcalt,.
It tbeee goods are not kept in Btocli by your
aealer nend your ml dross to Utacv, Adams h
00,, VQ Uuinmor Btrcet, iiocton, Mass.
rm m IP -
xtX-iyfcv
IUII 1 . 1 s
m&-
BMOCEIllkS.
"LIQUID BEBAD,"
A MALT KXT11ACT.
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BUROHELti,
1325 F STREET.
PEAOE! PEAOEI PEAOEI
WILSON'S OKLEBltATED WHISKY,
DUKl'7 MALT WltiaRY,
KOYAL CllCAU AMD OAUINCT WUI8KY,
X). BXiIilS,
Cor, Tlilril mill A Httevin . p.
B1W1E & M1DDLIT0N,
Wholeealo and ltotnll Dealora In
Groceries, Fine Wines, &c.
AOHNTB F0H Wr.IWEll'B
A I'nro Amorlcnn Wlno, All tbo host Forolsn
Cordials nnd Hitters. Wo nro also Agontator
thocolcbmtcd OLYHMIO WATEU, and
Calvin Sharer's Wild Cherry Rook and Ryo
ao to
WIcCAULEY & DELLWIG,
'MO l'cnna. avo, cast, and to
DELLWIG & McCAULEY,
Cor. 2d nnd 0 Bts. n. 0.,
FOR I'UnE MOOUA, JAVA, MAHAJAIBO AND
ItlO COFFEE.
UAHUUUH A HAMILTON,
Wholraitln
TtOUn, WINK ANDOUOOEnYMEnCItANTH
(lli to 010 l'cnna. avonuo.
CLOTHINB.
iwhvwwvAw
IIEMAIIKAIMIJXIRAOHDIMIIY!
Whnt you enn buy at. I. W. Sdby's foi llttio
01 110 mency at nil.
1 01 fido, joit tan cot votir boy a nlco pair
kneo pants noltl at other houses lor 7Go,
'lliuso woith SI wo si II foi 700.
A stilt which j on would Kivo 3:) 50 for W'o
offer nt S'JCO
l.vciy 0110 Knows tho dm ability anil comfort
of one of tliio blue llnmicl iults foi men, Tho
lcptilnrprlcolsSS, but wo will sacilllco tliem
lor So no.
Iho latest nndnciteststjlo corksctovv cntn
witjs and pack coats, formerly SI ", now $10,
Office conts of every material 10 and rOo.
'iho lenowncd cocrsueker touts and vest',
In st qiiullty, only S'J 50 nnd S.i.
JlneUlnnvv straw lints ns low its SI, $W2"),
S1 50; tlio cheapest In tho city.
Mioos at tiiiiivalcd prices. Ladles' sllpiieis
fiom'jnc. up nt
J. W. SELBY'S,
1011 AND 101(1 rENNA.AVK.
LOOK AT THE
$15 Plain and Check Suits
AT
B. B. BARNUM & GO.'S
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
1BL. ID. JBJtttt,
. 1111 PENN. AVE.
OycrcoatiiiEs and Trouserinas
Of my own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, pleaeo call, Inspect nnd leave yonr orders at
THE LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISH
MENT OF WASHINGTON. Best Gooda. Beat
Trimmings, Nono but Urst-class workmen em
ployed at 1111 FENN. AVENUE.'
H. D. B.A.RR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Olothiers,
009 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
OVERCOATS.
OVERCOATS.
Wo will offer our ontlra Btocli ot Ovorcoata
at greatly reduced prlco,
421 Seventh street,
(undor Odd-Follows' Hall),
no'Ji M. F. EIBEMAN, Manager.
Excelsior Clothing House
JUSTUS HOLLANDER,
1217 PennBylyanla Ave. 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
SIS -flL.3STI 818 7"TI3: ST.
I. HAMBURGER Si SONS,
TAILOHB AND ULOTIIIKU3.
015 PENNA.AVK..nnder UetroDolltan Hotel,
MERCHANT TAILORS.
kWyvWVWWVs.WWVW.WV
G. T. KEEN,
TAILOR,
414 Ninth Street Northwest,
I.OUIH KKTH.KII,
MEBOKANT TAILOR,
V2'2'2 V BTHEET NOItTHWEaT.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
THE L0SEK1I,
1323 F Street N. W., Opp. tho Ebbltt,
WAN1IINOTOX, . O.
(Tho Clarendon, Saratoga Springs, N. Y.)
C. LOSEKAM. Proprietor.
HARVEY'S
old EstabllBhed Ladles' and aontlomon'a
Oyster Saloon & Restaurant,
1010 TENN. AVE. AND ELEVENTH ST.
HARVEY & HOLDEN, Proprietors.
"HARVEY," tho originator of tho Stoamod
Ureter.
THE CLARENDON,
1401 NEW Y0BK AVENUE, cor. llth etroot.
l'ermanent and translont guests accommo
dated. Oars to all parts ot the city pass tho
door. . .
MRS. M. J. COLLEY. Proprletreoa.
F.3DU3Xj"S" Ob BRO.,
4'22-24 Eighth Btn between D and E n. W.
Close carriages for weddings, calls and re
cepttODO, Voardlss and Hvcry Stable.
mg and Summer
The Best and Most Profusely Illustrated
Woik on Washington Ever
Published.
"THE NATIONAL CAPITAL,"
Washington, Past and Present.
-I)Y-
STILSON HUTOHINS,
Editor " Washington Post,"
-AND-
JOS. WEST MOORE,
Author and Journalist)
WITH NEAItLY
THREE HUNLRED PICTURES,
Iticlutllno Nearly All of the Most Noteil
Prlvato Residences.
WILL HE nEADY MONDAY, 3IAY 18,
TYPE WRITERS.
THE EEIIIfrTOI
STANDARD TYPE-WRITER
Wyckoff, Seaman8 & Benedict,
BOLE AOENT8,
WnslihiRton (J nice, Cor. Ktli nnd FStt.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
"We ao hereby ctrtity mat wi mipervite thear
rangementifor (ill the Monthly and Semi-Annual
llraicingiof '1 tit Louisiana Mate. Lottery Votn
pany, ana in perton manage and control Hit
Drmnngt titmtcliei, and that the taint are con
ducted ultn hoitetly, falrneet, and tn good faith
touard allpartlet, andne auUiorlte the Company
to vtethln certificate, iclth fac-elmltei of our tig
natum attached. In it' adtertwmenti,"
.
UKPREOEDEHTED ATTRAOTION!
Over Halfji Million Distributed.
Louisiana State lottery Company
incornomea in 1SCS for 23 yenrs by the Leglsln
Utnre for Kdncatlonal mid Ohnrltaliln purposes
with a capltnl of Jl.oco.uoo to which a reacrve
fund of over I15U.00O baa uluco been added.
Ily an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was mads a part of the present Htato Oonatltutlon
adoptHl December :. A. 1). 1S7U.
ll iiiuinlMnuIcAiiiiiliri-DiiiM liix will
take place monthly, Jl nercr icnlrs or iKttjiouci.
Look at theiollowing distribution.
1M1 (JiuiiiI Jlonllilr
AND THK
EXTHAORDINAIIYSEJII-ANNUALDIIAWIXG
III (lie Afliili'inj oOIiiKlt', NM CU'li'lills,
TUKSII.VY. JVM! 111, 1NS1.
Under tho peiBonal superv Islon nnd mnnacmont
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD, of Louisiana, &
Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
J3"Noll'' TliliclH mil Ton Dollar
onlj. llaltL'K.VS. 'lllli-.,a. ToiiIIih.SI.
LIST OF l'UIZKS
1 CAPITAL PJUZK OF JISO.OOO ....
miiAM)iitiKor so,....
icmAr.Di'iuEOb'' zjjm....,
SLAllllKlMUl'SOP lO.IXK)
4LAllUKriUZE30F V0 . .
20 ritim OF 1,1100 ... ,
60 " 5U0 .. .,
ICO " & . i
Xtf " 200 ...
" lim. ,
1.000 " w
AITIIOXIMATION l'RIES.
ICO Approxliiiallon l'rkcs 01 t-00
JUO " " 100 .
ICO " " 75 ...
..tiwtwo
.. M.imo
.. J0.UI)
20.UIO
., 2OIAJ0
... Jl,(l
.. ilOOO
, JO 000
-111,01)0
., UI.IHI)
. SOUOJ
.. f JO.000
... 10,1)00
.. 7,500
2,279 rrl7ts, nmonntlng to ;5i.y)0
Application tor rates to clnba ahonld be mado
only to the offlce ol the Company In New Or-
Kor'lnrtlier Information write clearly, giving
fall address, 1'OWAI. NOTKH, Express
Miipiy Orders or ISew Yurie Kxchange In ordi
nary letter. Currency by Express (all sums ol
5 and upwards at our expense) addressed
SI. A. DAUPHIN.
Nu Orleans, I.u.
Make P. O. Money Orders payable and address
Registered Letters to
MBW OM.KAMB NATIOK At. BANK,
New Orlouus, I.n.
MEDICAL.
GAICER CURED.
I havo hnd a cancor on my racofor many
yonrs. 1 hnvo tried n groat many romodlee,
but will out relief. I almost gavo up hopo ot
over being curod. Dr. Uurdman, my son, ro
coininctded Swill's SpeclUc, which I havo
takou with groat rosults. Uy laco Is now well,
and It Is impossible tor mo to express my
thanks In worlis for what this modlclno has
dono tor mo. Mits. olive Hahum yn.
Uonrce, tin., Sept. '2, 188 1,
Swllt's Spccfflo has cuiod a cancor on my
Ince, and has almost mado a now man ot mo. ,
T, J. TEUE, Waclsss, l'la,
I linyo bad a cancor In my right oar for throo
yours, I trlod ovory romody tho .'physicians
practiced, to no pormanont good, Swltt's Spe
cula has wrought wonders for mo. It Is tho
best blood purlller In tho world.
John S. Moiutow, l'loronco, Ala.
Swift's Specific Is ontlroly vogotablo, and
seems to euro canoor by forcing out tho im
purities from tho blood.
Treatlso on mood and Skin Diseases mailed
rTiiE BWH'T bpecieio CO., Drawer 3, At
lanm, Qq., or ifu w. add st., N. Y.
A NEW DI8COVERY.
1TJBJLiX1X IE!
Immediate rellof tor Gold in tho Head, Bora
Nose, Catarrh Uc, 10c, a box, For sale by all
druggleti).
Manhood Restored
llLMiUYllim Avictlmof joutlifnllmtirndeneo
cautinir l'remsture Decay, oou Debility, l)tt
Manhood, Ac .having tried In vain ovory known
remedy.hasdlscoveredaKlmplameanaoiKif-cute,
ivhlih ho v.111 ml 1 HK1, to his follovv-tullcren.
Addross. J.H.nELVl.ii,3Chatliainbt.hBWork.
Drew's New Drug Store,
HINTn AND TENN. AYEHUE.
propen all night.
.2Mmi4
X
Oouiuilsalouora
KAfinOADi.
Pfcr,4Hi DniiTF
10 THK ROItTJl, Jimrtnivi.-r
Dot iiLi: TitAcK. ffpvjambx.
bl'l EL 1IA1L8. MAONlFIOLnB.VEnV
m rrrrrrjiAY'Jl. 18SJTVT.
1 rnlm irnvc nulilngtoil from station c
of Ixtlt nnd II slrrots, ai follows'
rnrl'Itlsbnrirnntl tho WVtt, Chicago Limited
J'xt rex ol I'nlnco Sleeping Cars nt I) l()n m.
ilnllyi lititl.lno, 0 lOu in dnlly lo t'Incln
nntl nnd W Iutli. vvllh Hlrcplnir Cnri from
IlnrrltlmrKto (.Intlnnntl und ilotul C'nr to
8t Ioulsulftllv, except Matuidny, to Chicago,
Willi m.i.tt. II. I rti Altn...... . .1.1..... .A.tl
rn so ana Cincinnati Kxpnin nt 7 lo p m.V
.iiiiij, niiii on, iiili; v. urn lIHIllllgum lO C 111'
rngonnil Hnrrlsburg to Loiilqvllli ronnect
IngntllnrrlHhtugvvIth Wiitir i I-xpiiii with
tliriitigliIoepeif(ir( lovclnnd mil st Lout"!.
I'm Iflo Kxprc(i, lori, in tlaiiv i i Pittsbnrir
;iiiiltlioVi(,vvilli IhrotiKh ilium Harrli
IniiKtoClilcago, JIALTIJIOIIE & 1'OTOSIAC ItAILHOAD.
I'orKrlo, Cnnnntlalgna, llocliotr lluffnlo Nt
tignrit, 10 p, m. dull j, except Miturdny with
I'nlni i) earn Washington to Km In .ior
I'or illlnintiort, Lock llnvpiinnd Eltnhn at
l):l(l a, in tliilly, oxr pt Sunday
Tor New York nnd tho Enxt , 1" no nnd
II n,m , 'J, I, 10 p m and VI 15 night on
hiindiiy. 8 .10 it. m , '2, I, 10 p m ami l'i r,
night. Limited Expri'ii of I'nllmaii l'mlor
Curs If 10 u, in. tlnlly, except bitndny
I'or lloMiui without clinnco, lip in everyday.
I'or JlrooLljit, N. Y . nil through tnilm! connect
nt .firm y ( Ity with bontn of Ilrooklyn Annex,
affording tllnct transfer to Hilton street,
molding double ferriage acres New York;
city,
rorl'hllndelpliln, 7il5, R fill nnd Unm, J,
d, il, 10 p.m. und I'J 15 night On Sunday,
8 30 a iii.'., 1,0, lop in and JU-iii night.
Limited Express, O.luit. in dully, except
Sunday.
I'or llnltlmorc, I) ni. 7:in, 8 in O.IO. tl a.
m.i'jo-.. a i, i a,-,, mo, 11,7-10, in p m
nntl l'J-in night on Sunday. H .10.11, 10, 11
it. in, a, 1,(1, 7-10, 10 p m. und 1-J:ir, night.
lorl'opo's treok I.hio, 7-1R a. in , und 1.10 p.
in, daily, except Sunday.
I'or AniitipolK 0 35 n, 111., V2 ()" nnd 1:2"! p m.
tlnlly, except hitndny. On Sunday I p in.
ALLXANDIIIA X I'HEIlEllIOKSIltlltO ItUL
WAY AND ALEXANDllIA X WASH
INGTON ItAILUOAU,
Tor Alexniidrla, 0, 7, l),'J", 11 ol and 11:35
n 111., 'J 01, l:'-MI, 1.15, (I .",, 8 01 and 1 1M7
p.m. On hinida) al (I, O.a,, 11.0L n in,
8 0"ip in.
Ior Hlehinond nnd (ho Vnitli, Omul 1101 a.
in tlnlly and 1:15 p. in. dally, except Sunday .
'IruliiM leave Alexandria for Washington (1 0 1,
8, 10. 10 10 n. 111 , 1. 3 in, o-j 1. r.-io, 7 0
nnd 11 '35 ti in. nndl'J'lO midnight, except
Monday. On Sunday at S and lo:lo a. in,
7 in and 11 .15 p in. and I'J'IOulght
'Ilckelntidlnfoiiimlloiiatthoonieu,iiortlicnst
coincrofllilrtceiilli nlirct and I'onnivlvanla
nviniiv, nnd nt tho station, vvhiro ordenean
ho lelt for tlio 1 hceklng of baggage to destina
tion from hott Is und leildtneci,
I HAS. 11. 1'l (ill, .1.11. WOOD,
(leneinl Aliiiingci Pen. 1'itsenger Agent.
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
BCHEDl'LK IN ErPJiOT SUNDAY MAY 3
18rC, UMUI Ulll Hhlt NOTICi,
I er.vo Washington from Htatlon, corner nw
Jeisej avtiiuqftiid CHreit.
For CiiIciiko. Ion in, nnd 10 10 p. m, daily. Tho
10a ni. Is iv Tost Lluiilctl Lxpnbi to l'llisbiirgrt
acd Uilcnco airlvlng In Pittsburgh at 7.30p.m.,
Clilmto next mornlinr at K.6V. No eMrn tare 1
clmrj-eil on this trnln lor lust time.
orChicliiun(l,Lonlsrllle mid ht. Lonh dull
at lliOp in. ami 10 10 p. ni .with through coach
and l'alacu Hit eplng Cars to above points with
out charge. .ISO p. in. trulitlsa fast limited train
toCireliinatland St Louis, arriving In Cincin
nati next meruit gat 7 4". St. I'Ulse 10 p. in. No
oxtra Inro Is rharged on this train fjr fast time,
I'or l'ltlsl nrgh at 10 a. 111 , with Parlor Or. and
t' 10 p. 111 dally 10 l'ltlsbnmh; Clevelaid and De
troll, w llh sleeping enro lo l'lltebiirgh.
lor llulllinore oh weekdays. A, U 10. 0 (0.7 30,
8 JO and 10 if, a m ,lilO. I u .1 15(15 mlnutetraln),
3 m. A i 4 to. 6 40. Ii 40, 7, 8 ii and II p. ru.
lor litltlDJoro on Sundays, tl 111, 7 80, 8 30 and
1( 16 n Ul . 1 ., I.JO, 3.J0, 4 4(J, 6.4U, II 1U, 7. 8 2S
and II p in
1 or points on the Shenandoah Valley Kill rood
and i oluts ioutli, 0 J.'i a. in aud il 10 p. tu. dully,
li.na in. train litis Pulluinn blceper from Wunli
lUKton to Mw Orleans
or Atiimrtills, 0 4un ni.anj 12.10 and 4 30 p. m.
onf-undav. KuOa m.44op.m.
1 or way nations betweeu vvashlngtonand Dal
timore, 6, U40, b 10 a in , 12.1U, J tul, 4 10. 7 and
II p. ni. On tsundajs, Sill u. m l.HI, .UO, I 40, 7
anil Up m, lor stations uu Metropolitan
J!rnnth,7 26a in. daily, except Sunday, and 6 .so
P in. dally: 4 40 p. m dally, ixecpt Sunday, for
pruultal stations on Metioiuhtau branch; lla,
m, dull) on buudny Mors al all htatlnus, lor
Lexington, Staunton and Valley Branch, 8 411a,
ni, dt.il. eicipt fcinidnT; for Frederick, 8 Da,
m, 44up m. tlhllv.c-jii i tSnndnv.
j-or Hat,) mown and Winchester 8 10 a.m. dally
rxiipl Miulsy, and ill i o dally lo llsgers
town, dally l ccpt Sunday lo VMncliesixr.
'I rains arrive irum iho West dally, 6. 7 20 a. in,
1 1 r.JOp. ni.
from Annapolis. 8.30 a m. and 150 and 5 25 p.
m : Sunday. ID Uam., fi AVp. m.
I rom Lixlukion, Stop, a), dally, except Sun
day I rum Frederick and Intcruudlatn points. 8.15 a,
m nd8l5p. m dally; mcfpt Sunday,
'1 ruins leave Jlalllmurcfii' Washington at S 10,
(1. J) 7 SO, tl, 11 ns and 10 . a m , 12,15, I ', J, 4, 4 Kl
6,610, f,U and 11 p ni. On Sundays, JO, 7 X, 0 and
UC5n.ni.. 1 4i, 2 JO. 4 20. 1, 0 JO, b. Hand 11 p. m.
All trains Horn VVaslilnntoustopui Itelay Sta
tion, except I a, 3 16 nnd 0 40 p. in.
1 or further lulormatlon apply at the Baltimore
A Ohio ticket office ashlngton Station, G una
131 Penntylvania avenue, corner of Fourteenth
street, vthereordtrs will lie taken for baggage to
bcichirltidntiri received nt any point In ineclty,
Jl DUMIAM. C. K. LOUD,
l.en. Man , Baltimore. (I. P. A, .
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE II. & P. DEPOT, blXTH AND II STB.)
11,10 A. M For all way stations, Lexington, Ky.,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, St, Louis,
Dally except buudny,
II A.M. For Nen port News, Old Point Com
fort and fiorfolk. Dally except Sunday,
Biio P. M For Louisville, Cincinnati. St. Louis
and Chicago, connecting for all points West,
Northwest and Southwest, fast express daily;
tlcis not slop for local business; through Pull
man service to Loulsv llle nnd Cincinnati.
For tickets and Information apply alii A O.
Hallway olUce, 61 1 pt nnsylvnnla avenue, under
Isntloual Hotel; Vn Midland Hallway oUlce, 001
Ptiiu. avenue, and D. & P. btatlom FULU:Ui
General Passenger Agent.
C. W. SMITH,
(leneral Manager.
FKANK Titian. N, K. Passenger Agent,
WASHINGTON OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
ROAD COMPANY.
SUMMJJK ARRANGEMENT.
TWO TRAINS DAILY BETWEEN ALEXj
ANDUIA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave W ashlngton at 9 a a. m. and 4 23 p. m.
and Alexandria nt 8 35 a.m. aud 4 35 p. rn. Pasa
Lecsburg. going westward, at 1130 a. m, and 6 49
p ru , and arrive at Round Hill at 12 19 p. m, and
7.2V p. m.
Leave Round Hill at 6 30 a. m. and 4 35 p.m.
Pass Leesburg, going eastward, at 6 12 a, m, and
617p in. nnd arrive at Alexandria at 8 03 a.m.
and 7.17 p. m. and at Washington at i 15 a, m, and
SUNDAY TRAINS leave Round Hill at 5 30 a.
m. and 4 JSp. in. Arrives at Alexandria at 8 OJ a,
ni, and 7:17 p. m. aud Washington at 8 15 a, m.
nnd 7 25 p m. Ltave Washington at 9 25 a. m.
and SOS p. m., Alexandria at 9 35 a.m. and 8 15
p, in.; pass Lceaburg, going easlvt ard, at 6 12 a.
m. ando 17 p. m.; westward, 11 30 a. m, and 10-111
P,m' B. M, BROPHY. Superintendent.
STEAMBOATS.
DAILY L1NETO NOIirOLK AND FOUTRES3
Monrce. Stcamors aoorgo Leary and
Excelsior, commencing May 0, 1880.
Onoot the so popular steamors wilt loavo
Sovcnth stri ot whart DAILY, except BUNDAY,
nt 6 .30 p. ni For particulars Inquire at Com
pany's oftl e, 7tu st. wharf. Tolophono No.
715 3. W. P. WELCH, Qonoral Agont.
J" OW l'ARKH
J FORTRKbS MONROE AND NORFOLK.
IUBT-OLAbSFAltK.JI: ROUND TRlP.lt 38.
Steamer JANE MOSKLEY Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday at 6 JO p. m.
Passage and rooms secured atOcncralOOIce,
Sixth-street wharf Telephone call, 91.
POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS. Steamer
TllOMPbON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
7 am. noia
WALL PAPERS
WINDOW SHADES,
Picture Rods,
ROOM MOULDINGS, &c
The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
TUBMAN'S,
411 NINTH ST. NORTHWBBT.
GEO. WILLNBR
Has in stocK n full lino ot Oarpetlngs, all
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings.
Also latest styles in Wall Paper, Window
Shades and Curtain uoods. Wlro Window ana
Door Bcreens,
PRICES LOW.
C3-EOK.C3-B "W'lXiXfcTIEra.,
420 NINTH BTKEET NOHTHWUIT,
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