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' THE BEST SHOES For Oo'itlcmen'a wear, in the w-tfjW, or tin mviicyiuammievu STACY, ADAMS & CO; CONtfcmT, J.TVT.E di DtlllAnil.ITY J Mb yowr ilmurfor the Stacy, Adams A Co. Shoe, 'ibtt,oodaaromadeof thebeit French and Uo inttlie stock, Kangaroo Inns, in hand and mathluo aewatl, InCONQIlESH, ItU'l'lON and LA UK, ami EVERYl" AIR WARRANTED. Hallifactlen In fruatantted everyone that wean trie Stacy, Adams A Co, bliM. Oold ur where by flut-cUis UeMti . if tbeao t'ooile aro not Kent In stock by your iolerndyour-dUri.to Bwcy, Amvn & co 08 (Juramwr street, ?etoc, jjm towaki)9 tiik suNSur. All dny hc sit In Rlltnco there, Rcldo flic bowi ry cottage door, In li r old oaken rocking-chair, Courting tho balmy summer air 1 liat floated past her c ennorc. she was a picture fair to fee, Ith miovvy cap mid volv ct band, And liiictr. moving busily. Hor knitting needles glancing fi eo Across thq stocking In her hand. And ns tho summer day went by A thousand thoughts would sloWly fleet Ai roK her brow; nnd lif her oc, Thongh gone It light nml brilliancy, Waken a quia Julghl noifl sweet. iid recoiled Ion. numberless; Pert-hnnee not wholly glutl thovbe. Jltit touched with that wocl ncnucfuliin W llh which Iho Lett of Heaven doth blew Tho otils llo lotos most tcndcrlj . And oho would wlpo away tho tear 1 hot cry slowly filled liireju. ml wandcrwl tcntly, brlaht mid ileni, tin tohn wilnkloil cheek, nml llioo Itfttd In folt traiiiullll Well (rHtliiBcLTinoio tlinHIo Who cnlmi III-, olilldiuii when tliey wocn, Ulllllll(itlatinotfiilthfiilly 'J ho mcii'iiio of HIi blclnt (ico, 15 kInIiiu Ills bclod i"lf i'i. - H 1.. J. A., In Tho Quiver fiirjiily FORTY-SEVEN. "Korly-'mrn? Yoti'roipiliosuro that's tlic ninnbor of lilt room, Nolly?" "Korty-Mivcn, TiiinnierS ItiilhlliiK-i," niil Xflly CllU'onl, nml n w. of nnioi Mil wliisrcrini; sitccocdcd thlt plcco of in fornm(loi), fur "tlio girl," which collec tive noun comprehended about n dorun ntcriy, hiight-eyed beauties, weio iletur iiiIik.i1 to give their unknown Southern cotibln n "turjirlbo" on tho occasion of U return fioni "OiiiLMllitant medical univer sity, wheic he hnd Just graduated with nil the lionori of war, to settle in bachelor fjuaitcis In Tiliniuer's Jlulldiui;. Fo Nelly flitlbrd got the key of Number Korty-cPii lioin a dirty-faced old woiiiau wlio "did", for the wietebed bai'helors of Tilinnicr's lluililinj, and iho nml Abby Koitc-tut? decorated it with irowpitnnd c crgrri'iii nnd nil ancient United States 11.11' which ho had liiiiunaKed out of hor latlicVs garret, Kntc Kullcr baked a gloii ous big plum cake, with "AVckoine" in Irotttd eapitali on its snowy top. l..ie Alrott pickled a bundled oystcis, nnd her bla( k-cyrd sitter pi cnai ed a dish of chicken salad which would have made a profes sional ook turn green w ith envy. And tlio end of it all was that the gloomy, dusty little den was tiansfoinied. for the time , being, into a perlect laity bower, with it .iiivii c-uiiwn iiuj uiiM'iiiiK i' worn leather casy-ehair, a blight lire ol Liver pool coal in the giate, while liesh cut ilowois exhaled their perfume, and the tnblo was drc-sed with tuio feminine neat ness and taste, "Xow, 1 wish he'd eomo," said I.Iio Alcott, after she hail auangod tho last of the polished giccn leaves aiouud the golden oianges in the toiilio fruit-dish. "Jlf'll not bu long now," s,iid Abby 1'oitf-euc, looking complacently mound upon hci evening's woik. "And won't he be delighted ,"p "How do you suppoic he looks?" -aid Nelly aillbrd. "llnven'tyou any phutogiaph V" nid Jli'-s Kullcr. "He never would 'end us one." said Nelly, straightening a tall damask lose, which seemed it little inclined to topple down upon its biethicn. "Of coui.-e," -aid ftihiim Selleek, "he's tall and daik, with delicious hael eyes. Audofrour.0 he'll lull in love with one of us g'nls! 'Won't it be nice to bu called Ii. hr. Ill uce?" "What uoiieno," sthl Nelly, laughing. "1 don't -co," said Kate Kullcr, do nuncly, "w y it need neicsNtiily bo uon--eii'-e. At all events, he'soiiriousin, and it's our buMiic-s to make things us jdcis nnt ns possible loi him. Docs thatcollee boil yet, I'nnny Kullti."' While this loiisinly task of preparation was-in juogiessat No. l7Tiiiumersl5uild ings tlio e.)iie"s tiain, giadunlly Hearing New Yoik, held two young niedieal grad uates, with leathci alhos, comfortable, (ui-trinimcd overcoats and eaiofully ar langeil miistni lies Noi man Ittuce, .M. I)., and Hairy CavetJey, M. i). Tho loimer wasshoitand blonde, and tathcr inslg nilii ant; the latter, tall and dailc, with big black eyes and u completion woithyufa Spanish Don. "I wish I was you, old fellow," said Dr. Cnveiloy, with a yawn which changed ink-HlUU'.' Sigh. "Whv?" aked Dr. Ihuce, who was al most asleep. "To haean uni le and lots of cousins meet me. Only fancy what a dismal time i sjmll IiunuoI it at number what's its name wliat-do.joii'Call-'em buildings, while you in a being made of by no end of pietty gills." "Well, that's easily obviated," said II i uce, "llo home with me for to-night. I'll insuieyou quite as hc.uty a welcome as will bo extended to me, old fellow!" "Thanks, no," declined t'avei ley, lather lcgietlully. "i'lltiyto be content witli the goods tho gods deal out to nib." So, when they .ml veil at thoUiandCen tial depot, Dr. lliuce took a cab to No. Kessendon sticet, wheie his undo lived, nnd Hairy C'au'iley proceeded stiaight lo No. 17 Tiimmei's lliiililing-i, wliie.li ho hnd i ondiidul to leae, in conjunction with his fiiend and college mate, Noiiu.in ilnue. Ho put his lad h-key Into the door, ex pelling to find Cimmoilan daikness and solitude within. To Ins aniaeinent, tlio dooi llew open .befoiu he had time to ttiin the key-the light nml biillhince, nnd stent of lose-, boiling lolleoaiid filed oystcis, Htriick on him like a vision; and the (lock of blight-hailed, blooming girls who gatheied mound him made him think wiguely ofa lot of I'eiln just broken out ol I'uindisc, "Hallo!" thought lie, as thn dimpled aniih weio Hung lni elluiieoiisly aiouud his neck anil tlio iicih kisses i. lined on liim. "Am 1 die.iming or am I really awake And if tho latter, w h.it the dent e does all this mean' It's plea-ant, but It's po)plelng." ' Didn't I tell you lie w.istall ami daik"' triumphantly whispeicd S.ihiu.i Hellcek to her mutes. "Ifeally, ladles1" Maiiimoied our con fti'iil hem, "I- 1 didn't t'peet " "01 course, you ilitln't," saitl Kale ruller. "Wo meant tosiitpiie you," said Nelly Clillmd, tliniuiely. "W'e'ie all your cousins," ndde'd Ll.le Ah ott. "Hut." persisted Jinny L'aveiley, I think tlieio must lie some mistake." "None in tlio least," Niitl Nelly, aibi ti.nily. "Now sit iIomi heitiut tho head of tho bantpiil. ami mind you do justice to ovoi thing." And Hanv C.ivei ley could but obey, ilut he thought that if this wast hegeneral method ol welioining homeless ,oung men to New Yoik, w a paradi-e ll must be lor bachelors! "AI! the same, theie is a uilstitUo omo whuie," ho thought, agilely, as Snbliui Selleck, a lo-o ebeoked little blonile, nestled down beside him, and evpicsscd her dctiiminatiou lo hear oveiything that had luippeueil to him lor the past vear." "Hecauso we'to cousiiih, you know," Mild tholiluo-Dyedonchitntiess, "nnd theto sliould be liOM'eii'ls bctweon cousins!" Whllo this six toot impostei was cnoy ing himself among flowcis, tiult ami jnetly gills, tlio into heir of all thoso i siaies unit gone on to too siiDstautiai bilck hoiiso In ressundoii hlieet, wheo )g tlio lamp newspaper by the aid ofa student tamp auda pah ol double eyo-glasscs. Chanc ing to look tip suddenly, ho beheld, stand ing meekly befoio him, a man witli a va lise, whose, knock he might hao been awitioof befoio it ho hitdn't been n little limit ol hc.uing, "Who the ileiieo ato you" thundeicd tho 'Sqtihe, whose niiiiit hud been ills turlled by adiiiingbinslary In tho nolgh bin hood Iho night lieloie. "I'm your nephew,11 said tho in ftp with tlio inlise. l "No(you'jo nntl" toured the ''Hpiiiu. Sly nelihew is being entertained by his coupins seven of'-cmnt Number Korty bevtn, THmiucr's-Uitihling! You're a burglar' You're n confidence nianl Oct out, or I'll call the police'" And poor Norinnn Urucc was turned o i of his uncle's house before ho could gain an opportunity to pcak n word in his own behnlil "He scents very much eseltod," thought the poor young M. J), to himself, I hope there i-n't any inanlty in the family. ,Dear mel dear mcl this is very embarr.vss iiiir." i K ' ''Kortunnfcly Korly-ovdit Trimmer's Dullding was not very distant, nnd thither our hero bird without loss ol time, disap pointed of the warm welcome he had taught hlinselfto expect. "Ouerley is there at nil events," thought ho. "Hut no doubt lie's abed and nshtp by this time." Nothing of the soil, boweer. To his inllnltnnmns'cuiont, Dr. Itriiee. dtu'eoverod that Harry Cavei ley was wide nwnku, the ci litre ol a gmup ol Kills. "Hallol" cried llaiiv, stinting tij) as his fiiend enteitd. "Who Is this?" tleniandcd S.tbilm Sel leck, rather curtly. "It's Not man Ihuoo,'' Hnriy lesponded. "Norman )ruce!" "hileketl tbogiils in i bonis. "Then who mo you V" "Harry Caverley, at your service, la dies," nnswcicd the tall young man. "Yoti'ie an itnpostcil" shucked Nolly, "A brute!" declared Abby Koitescue, with gteat cninestness. "How dm eil you to penult us to to welcome yon as a coiislnV" hystciie.tlly cried out l.lrle Alcott. And it was fully llfteen minutes befoio HanyOiM'i ley could make his peace with the ou'enthd beauties. "I tried to tell you 1 wasn't vour i ottsin," pleaded he, "but jou wouldn't li t mel What was a lelluw to do" "Olils," said Noiman Diuee, "C.nciloy nml I have always gone shines in oveiy thing, and we inut go hiues In our i oiisiiis, too. Comol I'm as hiiugiyusa hunterl Let's sit down to supper." And so they all agreed to loiglvo Harry fVnoiley, and the evening at Koity-sevcn, Trimmer's lluildings, eudc'd as harmoiii ously ns it hail begun. ThoMiuuo was full of apologies when he learned the mistake that be had made, but lliuce laughed away all his awkward iie". "It was n iiatuial mistake enough," slid he. "The gii Is meant to sitt pi ise me, and they stnpijsvd us all! Kb, Hairy" POPULAR WITH THE YOUNG MEN. 'I lie I'li'slili'iil' CdiiiI AiUlco to Olio of UN Ai),iiliiti(H, Mi. Hugh 0. Wallace of Utah, who has just been nominated by tho 1'rCsidcnt as in mci ol" public money's at Suit I.tko City, is one of the youngest moil who bus yt t let chid lctoguition fioiu the )ioweis that be. Subsequently Mr. Wallace pre sented himself to the IXoeiitivo, who re ieictl him cotdi.tlly and said: "I hoard ol j on from two gentlemen who ilep.ii ted but aslioittimongo,"and Wallme's blood began toeiieillnteut double quick', witli tlio iipnichcuslon that s()ine polilie.tl enemy had been w hispci lug calumnies in the I'lesiilellt'seais. Ho was relieved, however, when Mr. Cleveland went on to say: "and they told me 1 had made a good selct tiou in you." He continued by impiesslng young Wal lace with the Impoitanco ol the position he wa. about to assume, anil of thepiecau lions he should take to avoid the many temptations with which young men aie jiruuiiiiri.Y imim; hi uu ue cv. in ctjiiuiti hion, as a gumdlan of the publit: intOiests, the young man was admonished of the gieat caie he should ooiciso in the dis charge of his duties. Mr. Wallace has ex cellent imalllie.itions and has lerlt the city fully convinced that L'icsiileiit Cleveland is a tine fiiend to the voung men and the young Democracy ol the cuiiiitiy. SOUTH WASHINGTON. Mihci 111II0111 ami mil ti tlwiitiitA fi)i Till. C'ltino iKtiwltU V. li. I'i IcV ill mi ituie. Sn.orvNr f'VMrnri.i.'H KiJNi.nvr.. Thu liimual of Setgiuut .lames Canuibell, late of llntteiy K. 'Jhiid Aitillety, who ic icnlly in lived at the Washington Jlu lacks and who committed Miit idu in the hospital at Ihntplaeo by shooting liiiiiself thiougli tho Ine.ist, took place fnmi tho bairacK" ycsteitlny morning at 10 o'clock. 'I'hoKiiiains weio encased in a handsoiiie walnut casket, which was eovoied with an Anieiican ting. Six- seigeants fiom the b.ittciy acted as pallbearers. Tho remain? weio accompanied by the Thiid Artillery Hand, Datteiy K, nt tovciso nuns, to the Ailington Ccmeteiy, whete tlieintcinient was lnade. Tlio only exeicises at tile gi.no weie the usual vollovsund blowing "taps" fiom tho bugle- the soldiers last "good night" to eaith. I'iiwmi Dtv. To ilnv is ilnIn il.iv ill the teeoml ami thiid grudu publie t hools. No lessons weio studied bit niglit; 1 oiibeiiitently none weio beaid to day. .Most of the ehildien weio neatly dics-ctl in white drosses, and a number o'f them carried handsome bouquets of How cis, which their teaehcis let civ ctl asa token of thonpproeintioli fortheir patience in making the past season a most puis, peious 0110 in tlie piogie-ssof their pupils 111 the vaiious studies. A miisit.tl nnd liteiai y ptogiainnie was anangctl ami atl niiiabfy e.inictl out by the ehildien. Tho eveicises weie attended largely by juicnts and vNitors. A Vvi.tHtu.i: Hor.-i I)isvni,i;u. A valu able inn so. which wasshinped to Kearney iV; Uoswell, hoisc tiadeis in this city, iiniong a caiload of otlierhor-es, vvhllo In the cm on Yiiginla avenue', near Ninth sticet southwest, Satuiday night, had his legbiokenby being kicked by anotlier lioisc. lie wns shot mid killed bv Ser geant Smith, srt-niMini 1 ill" Itosi nu.iR. A moetiiig tit the lioscdalo baseball nine will be held at MtCaity's hendquniteis' on Ninth, near II sticet southwest, to-night. Thu club has icu ived .1 number ol challenges lor match games, which will be eon shleicd at the meeting. sit) Sous now f", at A. Ntks .v. Co 's ic nioval sale. I'ri:soX,i'-Ms ,. II. llerron is lying qilito 111 at her lesldenre, il.'H li sticet southwist, and her pliv'sieian, Dr. D. II. Ilnen, cnteituins no hopes wh.ttoverof her ittoveiv. Mis, Heiion is the mother of.!. Whit Homni oftbe Stm ollicc, and a most estimable lnd. Her iiiimcious liiemls tliumghoiil thecltv will huptlncd to leiiui ol her sctioits couilition. Itviiiombci IIciliu tlmiH cannot bo made wheio no pilco ever existed. Our lomoval niices ate made I10111 llgittes that me at all limes the low est. A Svkk A Co. Impinlitiit 'IIiIiiks (iiiini; On. 'the uveitis now going on in Kiulaml ami I'lamo ate tlestimd to piny an im pottmit paitiutho lutitioas teg.tuls tho whole civilized woild, Hut tlio daily events omitting in yoin intctnal economy ate of inllnitely moie impoitanco to void tell". Ate yoiit digestive oigaus tloitig llieir woik? Do your lungs net pmpeily Is youv liver eeicthlg and disposing of the bile as if should ll anv ofllicso oigaus need legiilating, taken dollarto the ileal est diuggist, and buy a botllo of Ilmwn's lion llitteis, tlio popular tonic iltl Smt, now s7, at A. Saks A. Co.'s to moval snle. Tin; iiunoumcment lliut Mis. .1. K. lliuce.willslngat tho coiieetl to niglit at Lincoln Hall Hetog's Mtisfitni s eiro 111 ous. Mis. Ilnue will sing at the Pom tli llaptist ( hutch I'm thu Duller Lomnesat theit twentieth anniveis.uy. MO hiinn now i7, at A. Saks A Co.'s 10 niovnl sale, Mlihtli'H Old Stiillil," illtl II Kluet iioithwi'st, buvs cents' neooinl hiiiul 1 Iothlni;. Noto by mail altuiuluil to, Money lo loan on real i-stato In amounts to suit. II. f. WwtNiat. hill K sticet. noithwest. Vll! Minis now , at A. Saks iV Co,' 10 ijiipval Kilh., a , , FIGHTING FOR FIRST PLACE. How (lie Knee for tho !!nchnll Chain iloiiililp I'ingiesx". All the Western ilubs were beaten by their Eastern livals Satunlay, and it is ltifc to say that biTore long the dubs will be nioic split up, and that one or two ot the Kastcrn clubs will belter their pod tlons. The Nationals aie now hcoui1 In the climnjiloiisblp race, not only tn games won, but in games lost. Those (o bo played in Itichmond (heeoinlng week will have considcrablo beinlng on the champion ship. IftlioNiitlonnls could win all three games it would plaoothem extremely clcWe to the Virginias. Il is sifo lo predict that they will gel two nut of the thtce. Phil linker ays that on their last trip to llleh niond they lost two games that they bail up business lo loe. The hist of the week they letiiin lor a season on their own grounds, ami their friends expect that they won't dioii 11 single game. On the iccoid to be tunile li) the Nationals in tlio Kastern Afisi),a(on depends their admis sion, probably, to 0110 of the other associa tions next year. While is -unking a lecoitl for himself at flioit slop this year, as good its was Ken nclly's on the Washingtons last year. Ho is a better thinner than Kennelly, ami Just ns sure a stop, and heavy a baiter. Mori iseev seems to be doing very well at Hist Imim1. It Is tlio only position ho can play with -safety in the niiio. He Is 11 gootf catch nml a llrst-elass batter, but ho inn't stopgmitmlers. Moore has inipiov ctl wonderfully In his fielding this year, but has ninile a eorre Miontling drop in his batting, The crowd does not stem toie.tlie Hint ho can't slug Iho ball as lormcily, nmljnt a critical point, when he goes to the bat, he always gets a round ol applause. Hatting is n peculiar knack that scents to come ami go. Dictkcr, tbe league umplie, is gelttui: it liomull tumters. They hooted him In J'hiladclphiu, hissed him in New Yoik, anil tiled to mob hint in Piovidence. Verily the path of the umpire is strewn with loses. Ailiuitlcs. Tho Washingtons have 111 uleatrangc nienls with Sir. Oibson of tlio Coluinblas, so it is saitl, for the puicliase ofhis six 0.1 rid baige. If they coiiclndo the pur chase they will have sliding -uMt tigged in the boat. Theie will be three laces lowed ot New Loudon this year. Harvard Columbia fieshmcu, Coluinbia-Hnrvaril 'varsity cicwsand Yale-Hmvaul 'voisity. 'J he lli-t is set lor .1uno 21, the second lor Juno L'.'i nml tho thiid for. luiiolM. Har v aid does not look upon Columbia as at all ilangcioiis, but it is very likely that the latter will tow the former this year as 1 lose a lacoas Harvaid caies to iow. it seems highly pmbablo tb.ita iaee, or seiies ol laces, between Haitian ami Teenier isa thing ol the near futine. 'I he Ariels of Daltimote me said to have a veiy fast lour this .season. It would not be the Hist Inst lout lioin ll.tltimoie. The Ihidlni, with Hatiy Walts, tho Cioss biotlieis and another weioveiy fast atone time. So weie tlio L'Hiioiidclles, and tonsitlci.ible tivaliy existed between them. In. June, 1SSL at the l'.ttajiseore uatta, the L'Hiioiiilellcs boat the riidines. Iholattei weio lowing the Davis oats for the lirsf time. Iloth ctews weieentercd for Ihe Virginia btateicgntla at lticlimoutl thatyeat, mill tho lTnillncs engaged the seiviies ol poor Ocoigo latgleliaidt. Uioige was one oftbe beit-hc.iited lellows in the vi 01 Id. but was thinking teriibly hmtl at the time. Ho was confident that bis ciew could tcvei'-e the ilele.it tho I.'Hiionilelles hail given thein thtce weeks befoie, but he wa- afiaid of the I'otomacs, who 'weio being tunned bv John Ken mtly at the time. He cast about for some plan to deleiit them, and, as ho was u gteat lighter, he hit upon tho plan of thiashingone ol the Potonutociow. He did not tell the L'ndlites of his intention, but the niglit beloio ho loaded up on Itiihmond whisky, and alter telling sov eial outside liicnds, stinted out. K01 tiinutcly foi all com ei uni, he met none of thriii. and the next day (teoigo's eiowwas delcntid bv the l'otomnes, though they liatl the sntisfnetion of seeing the bow of the L'Hiiunilollo's boat behind thostein ot thelisut the finish. 'Iheie will boquito a fiiendly liv.thy In tw ecu Sniilhsoii and Sweeney ol thu Washingtons in single sculls. Iloth will iow at rtcdciicksliuig. Sim ci the Canadian Amateur Associa tion has decided that Laing is still an amateur, thu National Association will bo compelled to accept his cutty in tho singles. 'I lie Vl;lilt'i's, Aspiediited in Satuuliiy's Ciune, Sul livan won Ids match with llttike, hut ho km w he had been lighting at the finish. Dm ke evidently found Sullivan 111010 titan lie expected, as ho w cut dow 11 .1 number of times to avoid punishment. It's a tenible shame that 11 man so noblu physically should yet act so like a bitttelu the nutlet ofiliink. It is said Hint Sullivan was al most drunk dining the light. Con vno, Juno 15. Hilly O'l.i Ian, Sic Calliey's backer, was at thfe Umild ollhe ptouiptly at 1 o'clock ycsfudny to meet Millivati and his backer midmiaugo 11 ni.it, li, but neither ol the l.tttei iiintet ialictl. Kiumlng. Sir. L. K, Slyeis, Anieiic.tn amateur I'liampiou in uner, ieiiesentiiig tbe Man Italian Athletic Club, covered himself with gloty on Satuiilny at the eighteenth annual athletic) festival given by tho Whines Athletic Club, near .Manchester, Lnglund. Cowieof the London Athletic I lull met Myeis in the quarter-iuilo stiateh into, which tho hitler won by thiee yaulsin tltty-lour stioiuls. Snook of the Slosfley Hanieis opposisl the Aiiitiicau in the half mile "-c t .itch race, whit li the latter won by ten .v.trds, in Im, ATI-.. He siored his greate-t vicloty in tlio lialf-mili! jiamlieaii, in which be was tippo-id by 'il lepicsenlallveiuniiei's. Ho won easily by ten yards in im. 'i7 l-'s. llo was hemtily eheeitd by tlio immense eiQwd ofsrcitatois. Iloiiilng I'Ikciiiis. Twinty-one homing pigeons owitnlliy the lliooklvn iiiouiboisol die Hudson Hub weie libei.iletl lioni the .siim'iri .building in Abingdon, Va. nt ft J 1 .1. in. on . -.11111. my, in coinpciiuoii lor special tilth mid pool 111 las. 'lliollist ic'Uirn 10 lioited was (bo bltio cock Nttl Danion, owncil by 'I'. 1'. Onhlmmi, lliooklvn, ar riving homo at 7:lli p. in. 'I'he tlistauce, air Hue, coveieil is.VJT ll-lil miles. Tito bet one-day teeoitl hltheito was niittle in 1SKI lioin Columbus, Ohio, to Now.uk, N' J , It! I nflles. The best WO miles louinev , was in the smile vear fiom l.ym hbupg Va., to Noitbampton, .Mass , L'l bonis Id minutes, hy tlio twobiitls roseiiuei ami Lady i'loicuce. Ned Damon was biiiehul in .lime, lSI, audis a son ol l'oeii.iei mid Lady l'loience. Ni ivous ihihlllty, piiMii.itiuo ile 1 lino or powi 1 hi nltliot s,ic, sieeilll) and l t immcntlj eiueil, I.iuko hook, tlaen hitter Miiiiuw. Consultntloii ft oa Wot Id's DNpi'll lit Mistical .iclutlon, lliinnlo, N Y I0 St ns now r7, at A Saks .v. ( o - " moval s.dc'j "Altlt'inoj Unity Wilsons." Push MiU'inov but fir, chut mil evoi) inniil liitfiuiildillvciitlhiii to. "V'iuil"pihifs, IIM, pir lb. Also LottiiKti cheese, bntttiinllk and hHict inllk, oe. per qt. Cicnin, Ifie piirplnt, iTTiTTi PltOtlKi: Vth:ir,ii m.. Moiulav tint I'dh Instiuit. VMIIInin l'iiikiie Ihooke hi the Old )c.u ol )ls njro, Ituiiiill I111111 his late u'.ldiiKi", No ,I.W ( sluet ntnthwest, 011 Weiliii'siliiy, the I7lh In stunt, nt t) o'clock 11 111. Muss nt si Vloj his' ehtnrli nt I) EHln.m IIKOOKi:- At 8:1.-, a. 111- this IMInhlv or .linio, IbS.-i, VVIIIhun Pliiknej lltooke In the il.ttl car of lil uro. Notlioor liuuial In the 11101 11I111; p,tpi is HllJl'l I.IIIl.- On .Iiiiui lit, lh.' nt 11,18 n in., Ki 11st, l.oi'lllcr, Into ciiptnlu unipiinv , MKhth llnttnlliiiiDlstilitol (ohiinhhi V0I1111 leers, bkisI im jcius, 1 miinth mid II iluvs, I'uiicrul, tovvhlch lehitlvcs nnd fi lends inn Invited, will take phti o fiom if.ltleiK'c. lim New York uveiiiio northwest, Tuesday, Juno 10, nt o'clock p. m. lilftltlmore, I'lilladelphla nml N'ew1 ) h papers pk'liso copy.) The Washington Critic, .,"AN Afternoon AIOD Successor to The A lew Paper Under The Washington Critic Is on Independent Evenino Journal, devoid (0 the News, the 6overnm:nll, Social and Political Gossip of the Day, and t promo ting the Interests and Advancement of Wa&hincton ns the Grand Capital City of the Republic. SINGLE COPIES, TWO CENTS. Delivered by Carriers, per roontb, 35 cents. By Mail, Postage Paid, One Year, S4.50. Sy Mail, Postage Paid, Six Months, 82.50. Office, 941 Adjoining the Washington Post TTSIEJ For Generatlno Steam. For Cooking Purposes. For Heating by Furnace. For Heating by Latrobc. For Open Grates. Ton BALE BY THE WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY. to;nuebele, crueiw (3 70 1 40 Bushels, Not Cr isbea ......t! 00 25 Bushels, Crushed.. a 50 1 25 Dush'ils.Koter uhed -2 00 JMaTDellvered to Any Part of Washington or Georgetown.- The Grape Cure, SAL-IUSCATELLE. A XAirilAL Sick Headache and Dyspepsia Cure .IN AMEltlCA. Iliei istnllieil Milts, nsoMuietctl fioiiimtiims nnd 1 1 nit. a most vvomleilal pioduct fiom Na lino's lnboiiitoir. Iliivolt hi join-homos ami tuivch a specflio lor tho ijski'iI, vvoiity or wonioiit. lteuii's sick hiMtlaelio, dyspepsia, slomnih and bowel emnplnlnts; lemovos bll Iniisiii'ss stimulates tlm liu to a hunlthy no tion, emuitei nets thu cllttts of hnpmo water .mil tho evcesslvo u-t! or .ileohollo bovei'.iifos nml piiiviuts thu uli-01 pllon or 111.1l.11h1; sup plies to tlio sstcm thu want ol' sound, llpo li til t . riepilcd by tho London Sai. Muhcatki.m: Co., 1I1S1XIS, LMIMMI. ltownic of imltnlloiis, Thu Keiiulno hi "bluu vviiippeisiiiiilv." Jaj"sund for chs ulnrs toll KVAMiVlTi II, Riiii'inl AtmilcuMaiiiieci", I'. O llo 10IP. bw Vmkl'ltj Mention thlspnpei. National Meliopolitaii Fire Insurance Co., OKil'eiiiiii. Ave. N. W., WiinIiIiirIiiii, II. O. CASH CAPITAL, $100,000. r.UVV.Vltll C1..V11K, Pies, s..Mi;i:i.ci)ss, hep') DON'T KAIL TO VISIT Dooley's Rialto. Fouutain, 3d St. and Pa. Ave. S.E. BEST bODA WATEH l.N THE 01 TY, THE BEST TQHIC. This medicine, combining Iron with rmra vcKetftble tonics, nuloUy end completely L'urm lly.peiislii, liiitlsrkllnii, WViihnf.., Iiiiniirilllooil,.Uiilalln,L'lilllnniidl'vcrf, nniiNeiiiiilKln. , I Us mi unlBtlinc remedy for Dlsectesoftht lililnrjK nnd l.lvi-r. It Is Invitlimblo lor Dlscasen peculiar t Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not Injure the teeth, cauteheadache.or produce constipation oth't lion multcintt do, UenrlchesRiidpnrlllci theblood, simulates thoappetlte.Rlds Ibo atslmllatlon or food, re lieves Heartburn and HtlchluL', end ttrength. nt the tnusclei and nerves. . . . . . Tor Intermittent Kvrrsi. I attitude, IcV of Knergy, Ac, It has no eriual. C - '1 he genuine has above trade mark and ercMdlied llmori,vrer,p;r. 'lakeKQ oiler. . i.ij V? ur"s iiMiini, , v.. nii uija a. llJrl 3 "' 0 Newspaper, Evening Critic. lew Management. D Street, and The National Republican. COIKZIEI. It Is Easily Ignited. "It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire. It Does Not Burn Out the Grate. It Is Economical. It Will Pay to Try It. TYPE WRITERS. TIE EElOTGrlM STANDARD TYPE-WRITER WyckotT, Soamans &. Bonotlict, BOLE AOENTH, WuslilliRton Utile e, Cor. HI li nnd I'SIh. MEDICAL. RlsiM iniu.il UIU lllltu. .u o joo.ra . OUUOIOM with ulcers on my rlctit leu as tbe result of 1 phold fever. Ainputatton was suggested ns ibo only means of preserving life, too Uoo tuiseould annotblDK for me, and thought I must die. Tor tbreo years I noier hnd a shoo on. hwiifs specific has made n permanent cure and added ten years to my life. vvm. it. iii ni, iiiii oo , an. 1 havo taken stvllfaSpei'lllc for blood poison contracted at a medical college nt a illseeollou, while I uhh a medical student. I am grateful to say that It gavo me a speedy nut! thorough euro after my parents had epent hundreds of dollars for trcntmonr. AcmsrcH Vi.Mr.i., M. U Noivark, N. J. My wlto from early gltlbood baa been silt forlng from ibeiimntlsm. alio has tried mmy remedlee, and I mtiil frnnbly say has de rived morn be netlt from Swift's HpecIMo than fiom nil tho ethers, after lung and faithful trial. lti.v. J is. I 1'iniici., oxf'jtd, a, . n ... ...... .- ,,0 nnB B..r...n..l bwltfs Hpoclllo is oiitlrtily vegotabln. Trfftt lie on lilcod mid hkln ntacases mailed tree. Tin. hniiT SiU'inc Co, Uta-vet n, .vtlauta, Onorl,'illVV. a.Jd 8t , N. Y. RUPTURE. ki rii ki: i'(isnni:u ci ki:i llYTltlMll'll Tilt s.S III ol Now Yulk mill l'hllntlclphlil 'lliuoulj lil in lit the woild who ihite (iimiunltf the tuio of Itupllilo lb f V lluiiihnin, thegient Itnss r.xpuf, gencinlsu perliitintliiit, Isnownttlios,!' M.vltt IIDl'hl. 1011111' I'liiusjlviinl.i no nml tovcMli st VVnshliigluii, II ( lie ulvcst v.iinhlntloii and ndvlciiiiir anil In il ttlnl of Tiu"is lull oi enil t map foi ehctihii mid bocuictl Je.' Im Manhood Restored ItCMi or 1 ill H Arlotlni of otitlifnl Imi'rntlrniii rAitting 1'reinaturo Iloea7t(rTouiilluUliitl. l."kt Mnnliootl, Ac.liitvInK tried In vuln etnry Vnown r.iiiity,liatdl6C0veri,a aHlintIeiueBiiAor.rlf-curet uhicli lie will ..ml I UKi; lolil. fllor.tnirrran. Aajrmi,J.U.llLUVl,h,3i;hnUm,St.,.VeH lcrk. A NEW DISCOVERvi immediate relict for Cold in tb Nite, CHibrrb &c, 10c. a box. V drncirUtM, ead, Bore talo by all Drew's New Drug Store, NINTH AND PENN. AVENUE, prropen all nlgbt, PIOTO-EI&RAVII&. HAVING RECENTLY FITTED UP A Photo-Engraving Establishment, In connection with my PATENT PR00ES8, am prepare d to InrnUli HJAIhWlATIONH AT NEW YORK PRIOBa, l'liotcgrnphlugon Wood for tbe Trde. MAURICE JOYCE, I0 JTlEVEiiTH BTItEET nOKTHYTBT "i" RAILROADS. 1l.' - - T IHJK OIUEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTP. TO TIIKKUUTJI, irtSTAhDHOUTniftbT. torntr. track. si'I.endid scENtnv bllEMIAH.8. MAONiriOENTEQUII'linsr. IN WFlT MAY IM, 1885, Trains leavo Washlngtoii from station, cornctf . of Sixth ami II streets, a follows." lorl'lttshiiiRnndthn West, I'hleago I.lmltetl J.xpress ol I'nlnco Mcciilng Cars at II; 10 a. m. iliiilsi I'ostl.hie. V 10 a m. ilnlly to Cincin nati ami st i.t,u,, with Hlcephiit Cars from llarrlshurfr to ( Inchmntl anil Hotel Car to i,l,,i!i,,i ,nl,?i ,'xt',i1t Saturday, to chlcneo, with HlcopltiiM'ar Altoonato thlenga Oil- OBonnd Ciiiclmmtl Etptess at 7-10 n m. ilnlly, wit h SI, rplna Cars Wnshlngton lo Chi cago nnd llnrilsbitiir to Louisville: conaect iieiitllnrilshuiKWllh VVentci n Express wltll ; iroiiKli nlccncrsfnr ( lovehmtl nml Ht Louis. I'liiliohipuss, lop. in dnllvfor I'lflsburrr nml tho West, with tliumgii kCH;r llitrrls burKtollilcngo. BALTIMORE X 1'OTOMAO RAILROAD. J'or Erie, ( nnnntlAliriin. Hot heifer, Buffalo, NI nwuii, lop.rn ilnlly, ex, , pt Mntuulny, wltlj ,.1'allieot nrs VViishliigtnn to Iliiclinster. Joi V, miiitnximi-t, Iiok lliivennnil Elmlrn, at IIMOh in. dally, exu pt sniidiiv lorew 'Vi.rk and tho Entt. 7-ir, 8 HO anil ll a. in , '-, J, lo p. m ami imir, night, on huiithiy. ;,0 n in , 2, t, in p m mid 12-15 niglit. I.hnllid Express or Pullman "ai lor 'iiist):IOn in.dnllv, except Hitmliiy. l oi lloston without change, "J p. in every day. 1 or lliooKlwi, N. Y nil (htoiiglituilns eoniieet nl ,li ni y ( Hy w ith boats or llriMiklyn Annex, HfTortlliig dim tiaiisrtr to I'ultnn street, iivoldhigilouhlo feiilngo across Now York illy. I'orJ'lilluiUlpliln, 7-15, 8. 'in nml 11a, in.. '2, 1,(1, 10 p. in nnd l'i'15 night On Minday, sill) a. tn .2, I, (I, top m nnd 12:15 night. Limited Express, Oilo n m. dally, except biindnv. " ' I'or llnltlniorc, UU". 7:1, "i. HtlO. 11-10, 11 a. and 12:ir night On Muuhiy, s::io, 11-1(1, 1 L a. m , 2, -I. (I, 7:10, 1(1 p. tn. nml 12:15 night. Jorl'tipiiMfieek Line. 7.15 a in., and 1.10 p. in.thilly, except siimluy JorAiuiniiolk Oil.", n. in. 12 or, mid 1-25 p.m. ilnlly, except Sunday, On Sunday 1 p. m. AI.E.NAN1II1IA ,fc rilEUEllIOKSIllIRO RIL- WAY AND ALEXANDRIA .t, 1VASI1- INQTON RAILROAD. I'or Alexnnibla, (1. 7. 0:25. ll 01 nml 11:35 ll. in, 205, 1-2(1, l-n, (I2,. HOI iihtl 11-M7 p.m. On suiithij ut (J, u.25, 11.01 n. m., 8 05 p. m. I'or Rli hinontl and tho south, it nml 11:01 a. in. ilnlly anil I 15 p. in. dally, except Sunday. I iiihis It nvo Alc-xnndiln loi- Washington (1 05, 8, to, io:io a. m , 1. :io-, :i2i. 5.111. 7.o,- ntiilll::i5p in. nml 12 lo midnight. except Monthly, on Sunday at 8 nml .10:10 11, m., 7 05 nml 1 1 :i!5 p. in. nml 12:10 night lliKilHiiml iufoi malloti at the ofllc'eMioillica.t coiner of 'IhlrtcMith ktieet 11111I IViliisjlvanlo, iiv, line, mid ut the station whcie nuleisviui 1)0 li ft for tho ; heckhig of h iggngo to ilestlna IIdii fiom lintels mid ri-sliieiici's, (HAS. i: 1MTIJ1I, .1 H.WOOD, ('eiiiinl.Viiiiiigtr Gen l'nsniger Agent. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE II A P. IIEI'OI". SIXTH VNIHlsTS) I III."! A..M. I'm-nil way stntltms, Lexington, Ky Louisville, ( liicliiiiatl, ( iiliiinhii", h, bniN. Drill exec-pl Sunday. II A.M. I'm-New poll New, old PoluK'oin- roit mid Noifolk Ilnlly e-xctpt-stimlay. 5i5 P. .VI.- ftu- Lnulsvllli", Cincinnati, M. Lmils nml IIiIciidi, coiuieclliig tor nil points West, Noitlivvcf nml Southvvot; lnt exptcssilnllj; does not stop for loo.il business; thiougli l'ulhniin crvho to Linilsv lib' mull hit liimiti. Vol- tlcki ts mid Infill mill Ion npply at ( .fc O. lhiilwny nlllce. 51 SI Peimsvlvniiin. uveum, lintlci Nittloiinl Until: Vn. Midland Hallway iinlie,(H)l Peimsjlvniiht km line, mid II A P. Station. H W. ril.LKR, ..w.Minii. """"" ''-''S"-u. nt. (,'inci.il Miiniigci. THANK TltHK.'. . E I'nsscngci g.-iit. WASHINGTON. OHIO &. WESTERN R. B. on nml iiftcr .H'XE 1 1, lbs.-, train, will Kavo fiom mid 111 1 bo nt nth mid li -r-t. Depot m follows: 1 i.ivo Washington 11 u, m. nml i,i-,p m, dull) ; ai rl c nt llelmoiit I'm k 1051 11 in. and (12(1 p. in.; Icesbutg ll-in a m. mid 11 flu p. in.. iunv in jiunuti ji nt ul 11.1,111. m ami 7:18 p. in. Hi liiitiiug, leave ltoiuid Hill 001a in mid ilOOp. m ; pass l.c-eslnitg (1 12 11 in mid. I: III p. in.; lli-hnoiit Paik (1-5 1 n. in nnd il.58 p. in , iiutl uiilvu nt Washington nt 8 fl' n. in. ami 5:1(1)1. in. Special exclusion lntosnml siiml iy tr Ins to Ilelinnnt Paik. .Monthly ami coinmittatjoa intc-s to nil jKihits. h. JI. iiltOPIIY, siijit.Alexandila. E..1. I 01 KVVOOI), Pass, .Vgt , o, Pa avo Washington BALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD. HOHEDULK TN" EFPFCT SUNDAY MAY 3 It-tO, UN'UL l'UKTJIKK NollUL I t&ve Wwtblngton linin Station, eonit-r ntvv Jcrscj avimioMidOitrect. ror Chicago. 10 a. m. and 10 10 p. rn.rlKllv'. Tho 10k m, Is u 1'cil LlmtlHl Kxiirissto tStuDur, n RDtl (,liksi.ti arriving In Pltist.niuh ut 7.r p. m., Chicago ni-xt inornliurat n 55. Nu utlr.lniell charged on this train lor lH time. 1 tit Cincinnati. I.iiulsvlllo nnd St. Louis dall M to p. ui. and li) 10 n- m., Willi throngh coxcd and l'alace Sleeping Cars to above nouns i!lh out cIiaiiKf. I.JO p. in. truln Is r. fiuil limited tr&!a toC'liiclnnatlBnd St. Louis, arriving In Cincin nati in xi mornlrgai 7-n.bt. Loul t,. w p. in. No extra Inre Is chaigHl on this train fir fast lime, ior PlitarurgtiRt 10 a. m.,nlili 1'ailorCkr. Mid CIO p. 111, dally 10 l'!ttsurth: Clevcla id nnd De troit, Ith rlccplng cars to I'ltUbutgh. I'or Ilalllmnre oh weckdavn. 3. MO. 1.7.30, 8. WHnti kmijr. in.. lilt). 1.V5 .USHJ-ratou;.-train), S.UK 4 J 1. 4 M, fi 4U. (1 4U. 7, S.':5 anil lip m. lor llKllln.ore on siimtars. ti.lii. 7Su, s.sn and Kir, a. m.. 1 is, l.W, 3S-), I.40, 6.10. ut'. 7. S.2S anil 11 p in. I'or points 011 the mienanilimh Valley Railroad and lolnis 8011th, n: a. 111 and it 10 p. m. clally. ii.Sj a. 111. train has Pulluuu Sleeper Ironi VVash tniiton to New Orleans. I'or Annapolis, 6 4i a. ni, and 12.10 and 4.30 p. m. onbunttav.s ila.m .4 40 p. in. I or way stations between vVaaiilnMonamt Cal limine, 6, 1.40, b.JO a. m , JilO, 3.1. 4 40.7 and II p. 111. On buntlajs, 8JU a. m i.jii, .1 .(), 1.40, 7 and 11 11 ru. J'or stations ou Metroiiolllhn Ilrancb, f.-iVa. tn, dally, except Sunday, nod 5 to p. m.dalbi 4.40P. ni. dally, except biimlav, lor lirlndnaUlalliiusou Metiuuolltan Branch; 9.49 a. in. dully on Buiulay Btoi.s at all stMtoni: lor Lexington, btaitnion and Valley llriuicu, H.40a. ni, daily, eieept Snndnv; tor Frederick, Da, in,, 4.40 p.m. dally, nxcentHnuiUr. Jorileeemonnund Wlncbeslei A Drum. dally except Sunday, tout B'lti p. in. dally to Hat,eia lonn, dally except Huuday to Winchester. Trains arrive irom the West dally, c. 7.Wr. m, 1.15. s.-,o p.m. Irom Annatiolls, S.30a. 111. and l.WandS.'S p. ra ; Ntitiday. 10 .16 a.m., B ii p, ni. From Lexington, ,n)p. in, dally, except Sun rtav. troiu rrcHvrlck and lntermeillate points. 5.CJ a. ni.ands.13 p. in. dally; xce t Suiiilay, Trains leitvu JlalllniorBfti' vv'aaliliigton ats 19, B.'IO, 7.M, 'I, 1 J and 10 .in a. in., lil 5, 2.X. 3. 4, 4 A 8,6,10, f, 9 ond 11 p. m.On suntlajs.boO. 7.J),and U US n. ui., 1 it), Z.10, 4 SO, 6, 8 M, S, 'J ar.d 11 p. m. All tiainsAom Washington stop at Kclayata lion, exteiit l., 3 15 and 6 41) p. Ul. For liiniit r Inlormatlon apply at the llaltluore A Ohio ticket office VV ashlngton station, M9 aon l.f.l reni)lianlu avenue, corner ofKourteentU street, In re orders lll im taken tnrbascagnto bocheckPdanil rrcilrcd ai any point In tnoclty. It. DUNHAM. , C K. LORD, Ken. Man JlaUlniori', M. P. A. STEAMBOATS. DAILY LINETO NOR10LK AND KOUTRE Montoe. Btcaiiiers Owtgti Lory nnd Excelsior, contmenclng May il, JbH', One of thrso popular sioanteis will lenn Beventb-sinot whatf DULY, except Btl.NDAY, atD.UO p. in. rorpartlculats Imptlre at Com pany's onice, 7th st. wbarr. TelepUono No. 7 15 .'!. W. P WELCH, Ooneral Agont. I' OW FAR3C8 J FOmilKbSMONROKAND NORFOLK. FlimT-ULAb.SFAUK.il-. HOUND TRIP. tl.'-tff. Hteamer JANE MO.SKLKY Monday, Wednes day and BalurtlaT at 6 30 n. in. rassage and rooms secured at Hencral Ofllce, Blilh-street wharf. Telephone- call. 81. l-OTOMAO RIVER LANDlNUbC-Sttamtr THOMl'bON Monday, Wednesday and Fildav at 7 a.m. aol8 HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. TIE L0SEKA.1, 1323 F Street N. W., Opp. the Ebbltt, WAHHINOTON, I). C. (Tho Clarendon, Saratoga spimgj, N. V.) C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor. GEO. WILLNER Dos lu stocK a full Hue or carpetiocs, all grados Oilcloths, Cocoa and Btrnw Mamnce. Also latest styles In Wall I'apor, Window Shades and Curtain floods, Wire Window ana Door ucreeus, PRICES LOW, Q-EOIRGKE VvrIIJXiXsEI:, 429 NINTH BTREEr NORTHWEST, "VST- KCs VEBBHOIT Sialtr In Wall Trr, 'Hini: trw btuilta, Hctnr I M KSYTmXTBWXUgVVblttBKVer.