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For tho benefit of suffering humanity, I deem
It only my duty to glvo tills unsolicited testi
mony In favor of Swift's Specific. My wlfa
hns been fiflllcted with Eczema from Infancy.
Wo tried ovcry known remedy, but to no avail.
Sho was also afflicted vltli it periodical ner
vous headache, somctlmos followed by an In
termittent fover, so that her llfo bcoamo a
burden to her. J'innlly I determined to try
Swllt'u Spcclfio. Sho commenced soven weeks
ago. After taking tho first largo bottlo tho
tllcnso seemed to Increase: tho burning. Itch
ing and Inllnmmntlon becamo unbearable.
81 c, however, pcrsovcred In tho uso of tho
medicine. After taking tho second bottlo tho
lnllarnmatlon began to subside. After tlio
third bottlo tho lnllarnmatlon disappeared, anil
tho EOlOBpots dried up and turned whlto and
icaly, and flnnlly sho brushed them oil In uu
Impalpablo whlto powder resembling puro
mlt. Sho Is now taking tho sixth bottlo; ovory
ippcaranco of tho dtseaso Is gone, and her
Jeshlssoft nnd white as a child's, llcr head
aches havo disappeared and sho onloys tho
wly Rood healtli sho has known In do -o
wonder sho deems ovoi
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A helpless Infant In Its mothor's urm,
A blushing maid, .
A meeting 'ncntli tlio stars.
A heart fast knocking at Its mortal ban.
A couplo standing nt an altar rail,
Two hnnds fast clnspnl;
A fow In lef words of prayer,
A pastor's blessing on tho happy pair.
A glad, triumphal march ail own tho nllc,
A Joyous coming home,
A festal scene,
Two lives now Joined In ono with naught be
tween, A fow short years of blissful wedded life,
A sound of rhlldrcn'fl voices
On tho evening air;
An aged form, with flowing snow-wlilto hair,
A moitnl soul. Impatient, to bo free,
A gioup of sobbing friends,
A Heeling breath,
And tho Inst pngcof Llfo Is turned by Tlcith.
June UO, 1885. -V. O.
Golden Cnoso Notes.
The grand commander, Charles h. Pat
ten, hns Issued commissions to tho follow
ing persons, appointing; tlicin deputy
grand commnmtera : William T. Kent of
Meridian, No. 178, as deputy to Goodwill,
No. 21 ; J. M. Amlrus. of Ilnlcyon, No.
V2H. as deputy to St. John's, No. 32; .fames
II. Senrles of St. John's, No. 32, ns deputy
tollnlcvon. No. 128; A. M. iloll.ith of
Goodwill, No. 21, ns deputy to Meridian,
It. I). Mcston, tlio clllclcnt keeper of
records of ilnlcyon Coinnmudory lor tho
past six tortus, mis been elected to tho po
sition of noble commander.
j:i,i:ctiok of officers.
St. John's Commandery, No. 32 Noblo
commander, Wjii. 0. Soudcr: noblo vlcc
commander, trs. Erully Jloll'utt; noblo
keeper of records, James it. Pcnko; flnnn
clal K. of It., John II. Ehlc; W. herald,
Samuel Slahonoy; W. .prolate, S. II.
Decker; warder inner gate, Joseph Bur
roughs; warder outer gate, Jos. II. Scarlcs;
past noble commander, ltichard II. Yates.
These olllccrs will ho installed into olllce
by Deputy Grand Commander J. M. An
drus of Ilnlcyon Commandery on Thurs
day evening, July 2, in McCaulcy's Hall,
200 Pennsylvania avenue southenst, and
hereafter tho regulnr meetings will ho held
on the first and third Thursdays of each
Halcyon Commandery, No. 123 Noldo
connnnnilor. It. I). Mcston: noblo vico-
commundcr, It. Kingsmnn; noble keeper
of records, S. J. Armstrong; financial
keeper of records, Gcorgo Cliiic; worthy
treasurer, J. Humphrey; worthy hcralu,
C. E. II. Holmes; worthy prelate, J. M.
Audius; warder inner gate, Addison
Walker; warder outer gate, Thomas E.
Mnddox; past noblo commander, George
J. P. Wood, The oillcors-clcct of Halcyon
Commandery will bo installed on Friday
evening, July 3, in Stidham's Hall, 10i5
Seventh street northwest, by tho Grand
Commander, Charles h. Patten, at tho re
finest of Jnmcs II. Scarlcs, tho special
Goodwill Commandery, No. 21 Noble
commander, Walter Allen; noblo vice
jommnnder, Edgar Janney, M. I).; noblo
keeper of records, Edward Steer; financial
keeper of records, Benjamin r Moore;
worthy treasurer, II. W. Frankland;
worthy prelate, Octavius Knight ; worthy
herald, William 11. Barbour; warden
inner gate, Henry J. Kchr; warden outer
gate, Frank C. Severance; past noblo com
mander, Hiclinrd It. Urounncr. Tho olll-cers-elcct
will be installed on Monday
evening next, July 0, in German Hall, by
Deputy Grand Commander William T.
Kent of Meridian Commandery.
John A. Bhindon. esq., whoso sudden
death was reported in Tin: Cmno of yes
terday, was a member of Meridian Com
mandery, U. O. G. C, nnd was insured for
$2,000. Four other deaths havo occurred
in tills city in tho order sinco its establish
ment in 1878.
The Field of Labor.
The Bcllaire (0.) iron and steel works
will fctnrt up to-day with non-union
men. The steel plant has been idle sinco
The International Furniture Workers'
Union No. l or Chicago has adopted a rulo
that no member shnll work over timo or
on Sundays under penalty of expulsion.
In New York there are five organizations
of female trade-unionists weavers, slilrt
mnkcrs, printers, shoofittcrs and dress
makers. They mako good unionists nnd
stand by each other as fow men do.
The ICO men employed by tho Wabash
Company at tlio works, in Chicago, will
quit work to-day if tho company docs not
respond to their petition for their pay for
JIny and June, two mouths due, on Tues
day. Tho discussion of tho eight-hour ques
tion seems to havo died out, although
thero nro plenty of idle men in some
trades. The bricklayers aro workingonly
nine hours a day, and it is reported that
already $-1.50 a day has been offered for
It is understood that all tho clerks in
tho employ of tho Yicksburg it -Meridian
nnd Yicksburg, Shrcveport it Pacific rail
roads, nt Vicksburg. havo been asked to
resign, the resignations to tako effect
July 1, the doto that John C. Gault, tho
new general manager, goes Into olllce. It
is albo said that the olllce of the Queen tfc
Crescent Itoad, in New Orleans, will bo
removed to Cincinnati.
Perhaps there is no trade which bettor
rcllccts tho condition of tho worklngmon
than that of cigar-making. AVhcn tho
trades nro busy at good wages, cigar
makers nro also busy. Just as soon
ns thero is tho slightest dullness men
stop making cigars and tlio cigar-makers
nie dischaigoJ, This applies more es
pecially to tho cheaper grades. Tho?o
manufacturing expensive cigars aro
siurcely effected by dull times among tho
workingmen. Those who smoke tho $100
or .i20O cigars raiely know what dull times
really means to the majority.
Minor News Notes.
Mrs. Esthor M. Lewis of Virginia,
mother of .Mr. E. P. (J. Lowis, rccontly
appointed Ministor to Portugal, died in
Clarke County last week.
Michael Davitt, speaking to a mass
meeting in London, said that Ireland
would always bo a menace to England un
til sho was given homo rule,
Mr. D. h. Moody, tho well-known
evangelist, is going to hold a convoca
tion of ten days in Northlleld, Massa
chusetts, commencing August 5.
Sirs. Frclinghuyscn, wife of tlio late
ex-Secrctnry of State, is still in a danger
ous condition. Her sickness has been
caused by a clot of blood In tho heart,
Tho German press persists that Aus
tria objects to Mr, Kelly. And a very
strong probability of tho truth of what
they say is found in tho fact that tills
Government has asked Minister Francis
at Vienna to postpone his departure for
AVhat can bo moro disagreeable, more
illt-gusting, than to sit in a room with a
person who Is troubled with catarrh, and
has to keep coughing and clearing his
or her throat of the mucus which drops
into it? Such persons aro always to ho
willed if they itu to euro themselves and
full Hut if they get Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Itciuidy there need bo no failure,
Cleailiigbalt,Sl() suits, Klsonmn Ilros.,7 & 13,
Tho now perfume m beautiful story book at
drug stores free Euslman's Aloha Pennine,
Tuv Berkeley. It Is puro.
Clcailngsnlo, summer clothes. Klseraan llros.
Havi; you had a sample of Borkoloy?
If not, getono. It is pure. Tharp, 818 F
rienilng sale, Norfolk suits, Elscman Ilros,
,notbo dfco'vcd; ask for and tako only
" Douglass Kens' C'upsleuin Cough Drops
'iv.m,'',l, (-'oldlJ ud" Horo Tlu'oats, J), B, and
irl"Mark on ovcry diop,
Clearlrv,n,0) (roc& gult3i Kscman Bros., 7 E.
Why Ilnrtnril Wus Conflili'iit of
nliig A htnry of Illinium
Tun dime's boating predictions provo
pretty good tips.
It turns out now that Harvard was
pretty sure sho could not bobcat. Beforo
they left Cambridge the crew had two
trial races against professionals. The pro
fessional crew was made up from among
the many ill nnd around Boston and in
cluded the Gookinsnnd Casey brothers,
Neil Henry, George Faulkner, and two
more. In each trial tho Harvards won
easily. If the conditions had been favor
able, the Harvards would havo made tho
best time ever made over the course.
ThoColuinbias havo purchased thceight
oared pa per shell of tlio Harvard class of
'87. May it bring the club luck.
Haulan has lately been in Boston, and
Cumniings of tho Crescents tolls the story
of an experience ho hod last Sunday: "I
saw a sculler a dozen lengths behind row
ing in great form. His boat gained rap
idly on me, whilo I was slugging for nil I
was worth, I knew it wasn't Hosnicr,
McKay, Leo or Ilamm; so I decided to
wait for the 'duller.' When ho was within
a length of mo I hit her up for all I was
worth, and when I was done, which was
shortly, the 'duller' was n dozen lengths
ahead of me, laughing. When I enmo up
on him ho cried out: 'III say, do you
think Hi can row n bit?' I was thunder
struck to find that Hnnlnn, the champion
good oarsman, had been having a brush
with the champion bad one."
Tho defeat of tlio Pennsylvania eight on
Saturday last settles their chances for tho
Sharplcss Cup, nnd proves tho truth of the
assertion of a member of tho Washlngtons,
printed inTiinCniTic several weeks ago,
that tlio crew was not nearly so good as
tlio ono of last year. The race, however,
will havo a new interest in tho fact that
the famous Narragansctts will send on
their eight. No matter how many crows
enter, the Columbia will win tho race.
Make no mistake.
Kirby, tlio reinstated amateur, has boon
doing a great deal of rowing lately, and
lias ordered a new shell from lluddick of
Hanlan and Teenier have grown so fond
of each other that It is highly probahlo
they will row doublo beforo tlio season
closes and that Tccmnr will accompany
Hanlan across tlio great pond next year.
Galvln has made one hit and one run in
The Bostons are playing much better
ball now than earlier in the season. As
far as their chances for the championship
aro concerned it is now too late to piclc
up, though they will probably improve
Hartford will have an Eastern Associa
tion team another year.
It is said that either Bulfalo or Detroit
will tako tho place of tho "Mcts" noxt
year in tlio American Association.
A special meeting of the Eastern League
was held in Philadelphia yesterday. The
delegates present wero Felix J. Moses.
Virginia Club of Bichmond; Michael
Scanlon, National Club of Washington;
George Ballard, Newark Club; J. 0. Clark
and P. F. Bowers, '1 ronton Club of Jer
sey City, and F. L. Slade, Norfolk Club.
Tho first business transacted was tho ex
pulsion of tho Wilmington Club, lately
transferred to Atlantic City, for non-payment
of guarantco money to tho Virginia
and Norfolk clubs. Sinco tho Jersey City
Club has disbanded tho Trcntous wero
transferred to that city, owing to lack of
support in xrcnion, aim it was yesterday
granted permission to play out its cham
pionship games in Jersey City and con
tinue under tho namo of tho "Trenton
Club of Jersey City." The Eastern League
followed tho action of tlio American As
sociation and by a unanimous voto abol
ished tho foul bound. Tlio schedulo com
mitteo then arranged the schedule.
According to this schedule tho Na
tionals will play tlio following games at
Trenton July 1, 29,- SO, 31, September
Newark July 3, -I (n. in. and p. in.),
August 1. -1, 5, September M, 1G, 10.
Lancaster July 0, 7, 8, 21, 25, 27, Sep
tember, ID, 21.
Virginia August 22, 21, 20.
Norfolk August 18, 10, 21.
The following games will be played In
other cities: Lancaster, July 10. 11. 13:
Jersey City. July 15, 10, 17; Newark, July
18, 20, 22 ; Norfolk, August 0, 7, 8 ; Itich-
niond, August 10, 11. 12.
By this schedule it will bo seen that tho
Nationals play thirty-two games on homo
pounds and only fifteen games away.
The chances are l'avoiablo lor bettering
Eighteen militiamen selected from tho
Washington Light Infantry and tho Fifth
Maryland, ltegimcnt played a gamo of
baseball yesterday at Oriole Park, Balti
more, in tho presence of about 200 people.
Tho nine men representing the Washing,
ton soldiery proved themselves tlio better
players and won tho game by the scoro of
11 to 7. Tho nines wero mado up as fol
lows: Fifth ltegimcnt G. Munckcrs, 3b.;
McCafVroy, p.: Itamsey, lb.; O'Brien, c.;
Klilcn, r. f.; Itlal, c. f.; W. Munckers, 1. f.;
P. Tucker, 2b.: Orcin, s. h. AVashington
Light Infantry Ityan, p.; Kinslow, c;
Noon, lb.; Shrceves, 21.: Salines, s. s.j
Wcbcr. 3b.; Wade, c. IV. ltcid, 1. f.; Hall,
r. f. Tho Fifth mado soven baso lilts and
ten errors and the Light Infantry ten baso
hits and ten errors. After tho gamo tho
visitors weio taken into tho city in a. char
tered car and partook of a lunch. Later
in tlio evening thoy wero shown through
tho Fifth's armory. They returned to
Washington on the last train,
The following programme of races has
been arranged and tho following entries
mado for tho Ivy City meeting on tho
afternoon of July -1 :
First race Special race for gentlemen's
roadsters, mile heats, three in live, purso
100. J. 11. Morrow, ch. g., 0. G. Staples;
J. Harrison, ch. g., Billy Hates; John
Simmons, I). g., Ulysses; L. C. Kenglii, h,
h Harry Dusshawj A. It. Shepard, ch.
m., 8. 15. S.: 15. O. Sanderson, b, ., Ben;
D. Sanilhchner, eh. in., Jcnnoy G.; II.
Norton, b. g., Charlie.
Second race 2:10 class, purse $200, John
Eggleston, hr. g., Johnnie Jl.; Henry Brad
ley, b. m., BlauehoB.; James Coyle, b.g.,
Plow Boy: J. II. -Morrow, g. m., Tackoy;
15. O. Sandcrrion, b, ui, Ella Ito-o.
Third race Steeplechase over short
course. 15.0. llliiut, ch. g.. Ben Bolt; (1.
It. Tompkins, l. h James G. Blaine;
II. Arnold, ch. g., King.
Fourth race Mile dash. Entries not
Additional Train riicllltlcs.
Tlio Baltimore & Ohio, in addition to
their llvo local trains in each dliection on
tlioMctropolitnn Branch, wll!,on and after
Monday, Juno 20, place two moro local
trains on. Ono train will leave Washing
ton at 12:30 p. m., running as far as Gaitli
crsburg, arriving at 1:10 p. nt.; returning,
this train will leave Galthorsburg at 2:15
p. m., anlvlng in Washington at 3: 10 p.
in. Tho othor train will leave Washing
ton at 11:15 at night, running through to
Washington Junction; returning this train
will leave Washington Junction at 0.20 a.
in,, arriving in Washington at 11:30 a. in.
Ashed to Itecousldor.
Tlio last meeting of I), P, Ilolloway
Lodgo was attended with moro Intcro-it
than usual from tho fact that tho Degree
Temple held an extra session hero and
conferred tho degrees on fomlecn mem
bers of tho lodge. Tho lodge, by unani
mous voto, raised a conunitteo ofthreo to
wolt upon Mr. Caldwell. G. W. U. T mid
beg hint to reconsider his determination to
resign at the August session of the Grand
Lodgo, After sonio interesting short
spccehoH and sonio good music tlio lodgo
adjourned, with fcoveral applications lying
over lor tho next meeting.
Cleai lug palc,scrgo suits. Elseman llros., 7& V,
rcfilgcrators, enrpots and furniture sold on
weekly or monthly payments at Smith's, 41 SI
Now Jersey avcuuo noi tliwost,
dealing salo, SlOsults. Elicinan Bros., 7 & B.
PLAGUE-STRICKEN PLYMOUTH I
Uous n Similar Danger Threaten 1'i.cry-iint-
of Us ?
How I'ubllu Attention U Directed (o I'd--KOIIIll
llochcfter (N. Y.) Coircjpoiulcnco Indianap
"Judge." said a young lawyer to a very
successful senior, "tell me (ho secret of
your uniform success at tho bar."
"All, young man, that secret Is a life
study, but 1 will glvo it to you on condi
tion tlint you pay all my bills during this
session ol court."
"Agreed, sir." said tho junior.
"Evidence, Indisputable evidence."
At the end of the month tho judgo re
minded the young man of his promise.
"I recall no such promise."
"Ah, but you made It."
"Your evidence, please?"
And the Judge, not having any wit
nesses, lost ii case for once I
The man who can produce Indisputable
evidence wins public favor, I had an in
terview yesterday with the most success
ful of American advertisers, whose adver
tising is most successlul becauso always
backed by evidence.
"What styles of advertising do
use?" 1 asked II. II. Warner, cwi.
"Display, reading matter and para
gianhs of testimonials."
"Havo you many testimonials?"
In answer ho showed mo a largo cabi
net chock full. "Wo have enough to fill
Boston, Now York, Chicago, St. Louis
and Philadelphia morning papers."
"Do you publish many ofthein?"
"Not a tithe. Wonderful as nre those
wo do publish, wo havo thousands like
them which wo cannot use. 'Why not?'
Let me tell you. 'Warner's safe cure' has
probably been tho most successful nicdl
cino for female disorders ever discovered.
We havo testimonials from ladles of tho
highest rank, but It would be indelicate to
publish them. Likewise many statesmen,
lawyers, clergymen, doctors of worldwide
fame havo been cured, but wo can only
lefer to such persons In tho most guarded
terms, as wo do in our reading articles."
"Are theso reading articles successful?"
"When read they make such an impres
sion that when tho 'evil days' oflll health
draw nigh they aro remembered, and
AViu-ncr's safe cure is used."
"No, sir, it is not necessary now, as at
first, to do such constant and extensive
advertising. A meritorious medicine sells
itself after its merits aro known. We
present just cvldeuco enough to disarm
skeptics and to impress tlio merits of the
remedies upon new consumers. Wo fed
it to be our duty to do this. Hence, bc3t
to accomplish our mission of healing the
sick, we havo to use the rcading-articlo
style. Peoplo won't read plain testimo
nials." "Yes, sir, thousands admit that had
they not learned ol Warner's safe euro
through this clever style they would still
be ailing and still Impoverishing them
selves in fees to unsuccessful 'practition
ers.' It would do your soul good to read
tlio letters of thanksgiving wo get from
motheis grateful for the perfect success
which attends Warner's safe euro when
used for children, and tho surprised gr.it-
incatiou wun which men aim women oi
older years and impaired vigor testify to
the youthful leclings restored to them by
the 'samo means."
"Arc these good clfccts permanent?"
"Of all the c.t-cs ol kidney, liver,
miliary and female diseases wo havo
cuied, not two per cent, of tliein report a
icturn of their disorders. Who else can
show such a record?"
"What is the secret of Warner's safe
cure permanently reaching so many seri
"I will explain by an illustration: The
little town ol Plymouth, Pa has been
plague-stricken for several months because
its water supply was carelessly poisoned.
The kidneys and liver aro tho sources of
physical well-being. If polluted by dis
ease, all the blood becomes poisoned and
every organ is nll'ccted, ami this (rent dan
aer tlimitaw crrry one 7iu neglects to treat
himself promptly. I was nearly dead my
self of extreme kidnoy disease, but what'is
now Warner's safo cure cured me, nnd I
know it is tho only remedy in the world that
can cure such disorders, for I tried every
thing else in vain. Cured by It myself, I
bought it and, from a senso of duty, pre
sented it to the world. Only by restoring
tho kidneys and liver can disease lcavo
the blood and the system."
A celebrated sanitarian physician onco
said to mo. "Tlio secret of tho wonderful
success of Warner's safo euro is that it is
sovereign over all kidney, liver, and urin
ary diseases, which primarily or second
arily mako up the majority of human
ailments Llko all great discoveries It is
The houso of II. II. Warner it Co. stands
deservedly high in Itochcster, and it is
certainly matter of congratulation that
merit has been recognized all over tho
world, and that this success has been un
Survivors of AViiterloo.
A correspondent of tho London Timet
writes in reference to tho anniversary of
the battlo of Waterloo: "The names ot tho
AVnlcrloo olllccrs known to bo living can
almost bo counted on the lingers of ono
linnd, and aro as follows: General G.
AVhichcote, then a lieutenant, Fifty-second
Light Infantry; General tho Earl of
Alberniarle, ensign, Fourteenth foot;
Lieutenant A. Gardner, ensign, Twenty
seventh Foot; Lieutenant-Colonel AV.
Hewett, captain, Ninety-second Highland
ers; Lieutenant-Colonel B. P. Browne,
comet in Eloventh Light Dragoons; Lieutenant-Colonel
Basil Jackson, late lieu
tenant Itoyal Stall' Corps, and Mr. J. N.
Hibbort of Chalfont Bucks, then n cap
tain in tho King's Dragoon (luaids. Two
or threo other retired olllccrs still linger
in tho pages or 'Hart's Army List,' but it
isdoubtlul whether thoy aio still living."
"JusthM Old Stand,'
Olf) 1) street northwest, buys gents' second
hand clothing, Note by mall attended to.
Cleaiing salo, children's suits. Elseman llros,
DuumxY is pure.
dealing sale,boys' suits. Elseman llros., 7 &E.
"Alilornoy Dairy AViigons."
Trcsh Aldernoy butter, churned every morn
ing nnd delivered In (S lb. "Waul" prints, U.'io.
per lb. Also cottage eheeso, buttermilk and
sweel.mllk, Oo, per (t, Urcani, lfio, per pint,
Krcrr strain or cold attack that weak back
aim nearly probtruirs )0uw
fttreiittthcus the Muaclta.
Htrndlra (lie Ncrvea,
Enrlclie the Illood, Ulvca New Vigor,
Dn. J. Ii. MiEIts, Fairfield, Ioira, sarai
"llrann'a Iron Illttora la lbs boat Iron medicine I
haTO known In roSUieara' practice, lli?o found
It BpecUlly benelioial in nerroua or phjdlcM eibaua
tlon, and In all debilltatlnK ailments that bear ao
heailly on tlio yetoui,Une U freely In my own family ,'
Oemilno baa trado mark and rronacd red Hue QQ
Wrapper. Tnlu) no aihrr. Made only by
llUOWN OlIIiMIOAI, CO., llALTIMOUi:, Ml).
Ladies' Hand lloos-uueful and attractlre, con
taining lint of priiea for reoipen. Information about
coin, etc., gWen away by all dealer In medicine, or
jiailtd to any addtvea o receipt vl 2, Itiuup, , ,
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For Generating. Steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by Furnace.
For Heating by Latrobe.
For Open Grates.
FOll HALE I3Y THE
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
40 Euehole, Crusho.....
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Synellverctl to Any Part of
PIANOS AND MUSIC.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avenue, second door wost
of Ninth street,
soli: agents foh
Ohiokering and James & Holiustrom
(,'I.OUC.lI AND WAUItEN OltO.VNS,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
A n JH (TH Wilcox it Whlto and Kimball
u m u, "organs. Pianos nnd Organs sold
on installments, rented or exebnngodi rent ap
plied It purchased.
HENRY EBERBACH, 915 F St.
Managing partnor ot tno Into urm of nils & oo,
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
lacMnaw Straw Hats
MACKINAW 8TIUW HATS
DUNLAP & CO. of New York
lVarl and Doe color. Dress and Derby hats
In all shapes, at
WILLETT & RUOFF'S,
Solo Agents tor Dunlap's Now York Uats,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
W- Hi VBBRHOPP
Dealer In Wall raren. Window Bhiwlea, PIctait
Frames, rlcturca, etc
010 BKVX8TH BTUKffT WOUTmVBSTi
Work oij Washington
I:n.cX-u.cl -i-n s
Noted Private Residences,
SIX MONTHS FREE.
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It Makes a Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Burn Out the Gralo.
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
40 UuBhois, Not crush d
Washington or Georgetown.-
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A MALT EXT1UCT.
PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BURCHELL,
1325 F STREET.
PEACE! PEA0E1 PEAOEI
WILSON'S OELEBBATED WHISKY,
DUFl'Y MALT WHISKY,
KOYAL OltEAM AND OADINET WHISKY,
Cor. Third mill .1 MrtK'lx . it,
BROMG & MIDDLETON.
Wholctalo and Hetall Dealers In
Groceries, Fine Wines, &c.
Agents for WKltNllU'S
A rnroAnieileanWIiio. All tho best Foreign
I'oidlaUniid Hitters. Wo aro nlo Agents for
the celebrated OI.YSMIO WAT Kit, and
Calvin Shafer'sWIIU Cherry Rock and Rye
DAltltOUH A; HAMILTON',
Wholesale l'lour, Wluo and Oiocory .Mor-
014 lo (11(1 l'tmiin. Ariuine.
W. R, SPBARB
XJ3STID E E,T -A.KZ BR,
010 r STItUUT NOP.TIIWE3T,
Everything strictly first-class and on tho
most roaeonablo torma. (Oainp Chairs to hire
tor all occasions.) . myl-lyr
DALTIMOUE & OHIO RAILROAD.
scur.iu't.K in nprixT spnoay. may .,
1SS5, UNTIL I'l'lITUKK NOTU E.
Lcavo Wellington fioin Rtntlon. comer W v
leraoy nvenuo and (; afreet. .
For rhlcago, 10 a. m, nnd 10:10 p.m. d.illv.
Tho 10 a. tn. M n I'nat I.tinltol Ktproi to
PlttalntrK and Chlcngo, iirrlUng In I"lta!iin,i
at7:U0p. m., Chicago noxt morning nt 8 .VS.
No cxtin fare Is chnrgod on this train for fast ..
For Cincinnati. LouUvlllonnd St. Louis dally
at !):!!() p. in. and liviop. m with through
conches nnd Pfiltino hleeplng car to abnvo
points without change. !l:.'10p. m, train Ii u
iut limited train to Cincinnati nnd St iiuw,
nrrUIng In Clueitiiintl next morning at 7:15.
si I.ouU ualo ,. in. No extra fnro l churned
on tlih trnln for fnt time.
l'or Pittsburg at 10 n. in., with Parlor Car,
nnd 0:10 p. tn. dally to Plttiburg, Cleveland
and Detroit, with sleeping cars to I'ltMmrg.
l'or llnltlmoro on wick diiya fl, (1:10,0:10,
7:MO, H:.'IO nnd lO.O.'f a. in., 1'JilO, 1:UT, 11:1.1
( ir.-mlimto train), !J::!0, l::iO, 1:10, 5:10. 0.I0,"
7. 8:'J5 and 1 1 p. in.
Tor llnltlmoro on Snmlny-(l:10, 7' 13, 811
mid 10.0.1 a. in.. l.!M, 1 :')), 3::iO, 1:10, r,:Vi,
(1: 10, 7. H.-M nnd 11 p. in.
For points mi the Shenandoah Valley Hall
load nnd polnta South, ih'Jfi a. in. nnd O.io p.
in. dally. lift a. m. train ha Piillmvi
Sleepir fiom Wnihlngton to New Orleans.
I'm- AiinnpolN, (1:10 n. m, and 1-:10 and
I ;.'!(! p. in.; on Sunday, H::!() u, m. and 1:10
l'or way Mntloni between Wnnlilngton nnd
llnltlmoro. 5. 0:10, 8:30 a. m.. 12:10, SWJO,
-1: lo, 7 nnd 11 p. in. On Sunday. 8:110 n. m.,
1 ::!(), :l.;io, 1: 10, 7 and 11 p. in. For tnt!on
on Metropolitan llrnuch, 7:'i1 n. m. and 11:1.1
P. m. dally, except Mitulny, nnd 5:ao p. m.
(liilly; -1:10 p. in. daily, except Sunday, for
tirliielpnl stations on Motropolltau llrnnch;
8:10 n. m. dnllvon Stindny stops at all sta
tions; for Lexington, Staunton nnd Valley
Ilrnncli, 8:10 a. in. dnllv, except Sunday: for
Frcdeilck,8:10n. in., 1:10 p. in. dally, except
For local dint loin between Washington and
Onlthersburg, liWJO p. in, dally, except sun
day. For llngerntown and Wlnchflstcr, 8:10 a.m.
dally, except Sunday, and b:!!0 p. in, dally to
Htigrrstowii; dally, except Sundny, .to Win
chester. Trains arrive from tho West dally, 0, 7:20 a.
m., 1:15, 0::;op. in.
From Annapolis, 8:110 a, in. nnd lifiO nnd
rn'jr, p. m.i Sunday, I0::i.1 a. in. and (I:U5 p. m.
Fiom Lexington, 5:!I0 p. m. dally, except
From Frederick nnd Intermediate point,
8:25 a. in. nnd 8:15 p. in. dully, except Sun
dnv. '1 rains leave llnltlmoro for Washington at
5:10, (l::lo,7:20, o, 0.0,1 and 10:U0 u.m.. 12:15,
2:!IO, SI, 1, 1:20,5, 0:30, H, II and 11 p. tn. On
Sunilnys. 0:30. 7:20, I) nnd 0.0,1 a. m., 1:30,
2:30, 1:20, 5, 0:30, 8, 0 and 11 p. m.
All trains from Washington stop tit Itelay
Station, oxcept 1:25, 3:15 und (1:10 p. in.
For further Information apply at tho Balti
more is Ohio ticket ofllco Washington Sta
tion, (111) and 13,11 Pennn. avo comer of llth
st., whero orders will bo taken for baggage to
bo checked and received nt nny point In tho
city. C. K. LOltb.a.P. V.
II. DUNHAM. Pen. Man., llaltlmore.
TO THE SOUTH, WEST AND SOUIlliTlST.
DOUDLE THAOK. BrLENDID 80ENEnY
BTEEL ItAILS. MAQNiriOENT EiJDIPMEN r.
Trains leave Washington from station, corner
of Mxth and II stieets, as follows:
For Pittsburg and tho West. Chicago Limited
Kxprcss of Pnlaeo Sleeping Curs at 0:50 a. in.
dally; Fast Line. 0:50 a. m. dally to Cincin
nati nnd St, LouU, with Sleeping Cars from
Ilnrrlsburgto Cincinnati and Hotol Car to
St. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chicago,
with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago. Chi
cago und Cincinnati Kxpress ut 7:10 p. in.
dally, wun Sleeping cars wnslilngton to Chi
cago nnd llntrlsburg to Louisville; connect
ing nt llarrlshurg with Western Express with
through sleepers for Cleveland nnd St. Louis.
Pnolllo llxpress, 10 p. in. dally for Pittsburg
nnd tho West, with through sleeper Harris
burg to Chicago..
UALTIMOtlE & rOTOMAO IUILItOAD.
For Erie, Canandulgua, Itochcster, tluffnlo, Ni
agara, 10 p. in. dally, except Saturday, with
Palaeo Cars Washington to Itochcster.
For Wllllnmsport, Lock Haven and Elmira, at
0:50 n. in. dully, except Similar.
For New Yoik and tho Kast, 7:15, 8:30 and
11 n. m 2, !, 10 p. in. und 12:15 night. On
Sunday. 8:30 a. in., 2, -1, 10 p. m. and 12:15
night. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
Cms 0: 10 n. m. dnllv, except Stindny.
For Uoston without change, 2 p. m. every day.
For Urooklyn, N, Y nil through trains connoot
nt Jersey City with boats of Urooklyn Annox,
nffoidlng direct transfer to Fulton street,
avoiding doublo ferriage across Now Yoik
ror Philadelphia, 7:15, 8:30 and 11a.m., 2,
I, (1, 10 p.m. and 12:15 night. On Sunday,
8:30 a. m.. 2, d, 0, 10 ii. in. and 12:15 night.
Limited Express, 0:10 a. in. dally, except
For llaltlmore, 0:35, 7:15. 8:30, 0:10, 0:50, 11
a. in., 12:0,1, 2,l,d:25,.l:lo,(l, 7:10, 10 p. m.
and 12:15 night. On Sunday, 8:30,0:50,11
n. m 2, 4, (1, 7:10, 10 p. m. and 12:15 night.
Tor Popu's Creek Lino, 7:15 u.m., and -1:10 p.
m. dally, except Sundny.
For Annapolis, 0:35 n. m 12.0.1 and -1:2.1 p.m.
dally, except Sundny. On Sunday -1 p. m.
ALEXANDRIA & rnEDEltlOKSnUIta HAIL
WAY AND ALEXANDKIA & WASH
ror Alexandria. 0, 7, 0:2.1, 11:01 and 11;3G
a.m., 2.05. .1:20, 1:15, 0:2.1. 8:0.1 and 11:37
p. in. On Sunday at 0, 0:25, 11:01 a. m.,
8.0.1 p. in.
Tor lllthmond and tho South, Oand 11:01 n.
in. dally mid -1: 1.1 p. in. dully, except Sundj,j-
Trains lcavo Alexandria for Washington O.OdT"
8, 10, 1(1:10 n. m 1. 51:0,1, 3:23. 5:10, 7:0.1
nnd 11:35 ii. in. nud 12:10 midnight, except
Monday. On hunday at 8 and 10:10 a. m
7:05 nnd 11:3.1 p. in. nnd 12:10 night.
Tickets and Information at tlio ofllccnorthcnst
corner of Thirteenth street nnd Iciinsyvanla
avenue, and at tho station, wheio orders can
bo left tor tho cheeking of baggago to destina
tion from hotels and residences.
ciiAs. i:. Putin, j. n. wood,
fiencinl Maungcr. Gen. Passenger Agent.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE II. & P. DEPOT, SIXTH ANDHSTS.)
11:15 A. M. For all way stations, Lexington,
Ky Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, t,t.
Louis, Daily except Sunday. Through ,
j-iiriur uiir 10 uiiu i-Hiipuur springs.
1 1 A. M. For Ncwpovt News, Old Point Com
fort nnd Norfolk, Dally except Sunday.
ft 1 15 P. M. For Louisville, Cincinnati, St.
Louis and Chicago, connecting for all
points West, Northwest nud Southwest
fast express dally: does not stop for local
business; through Pullman service to 1
Loulsvlllo nnd Cincinnati.
For tickets ami infoi matlon apply at C. Si O. l
Hallway olllce, 513 Pennsylvania avenue,
under National Hotel; Vu. Midland Hallway
ofllee, (101 Pennsylvania avenue, and H. &l'.
11. W. FULLEH, i
C.W. SMITH, a wngcrA-wnt.
(,'eiiernl Manager. I
FHANKTltlUO, N. E. Passenger Agent. '
WASHINGTON, OHIO & VESTERN R. R.
On and after JUNK 1 1, 188.1, trains will lcavo
from ami univo ut nth and lists.
Depot as follows:
Lcavo Washington l a. in. nnd 1:35 p.m.,
dally; uirlvo at llolinout Park 10:51 a. m. and
0:2(1 p. m.; Lccsburg 11:01 n. in. and (1:3(1 p.
m.; arrive at Kouiul Hill at 11:13 a. in. and
7:18 1. in.
ltctiunlng, lcavo Itouud Hill 0.03a. m. and
3.00 p. in.; pass Lecburg tl; 12 a. in. and 3: Id
p. in.; lichmuit Paik (1:5 1 a. in. nud 3:58 p. m.,
and in iho at Washington at 8::i.'i a, in. ami
5: to p.m.
Si cclnl excursion rales and Sunday trains to
llclmont Park. Monthly and commutation
rates to all points.
S. M. HltOPlIV.Supt., Alexandria.
K.J. LOt KWOOD, Pass. Agt., 507 Pa. aye.
T OW VAUHB-
JLJ FOnTUlUsaMONHOKAND NOKVOLK.
STilB'I.OLAbSFAIlK.II: ItOUND THIl'.tl.aJ.
Hieamer JANE MOSELKY Monday, Wcilnea
day and Katuruaj nt b:iO u. m.
J?asaage and rooms aecnrrd at General Ofllee,
SUtli-iurret wharf, Telephone call, m.
l-OTOMAO IUVE11 LANDINCIS.-Steamer'''
TllOMPbON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at .
?. m. ol!c
WOOD AtW COAL
COAL! "WOOD I
WnAUVES AND HAILUOAD YA11D
12th and Wator Sts. 8. W. '
DHANOU YAHD8 AND OF110E3,
(Connected by Telephone,)
1202 V street not th west.
lnlo uoventh street uortuwost,
17-10 l'onneylvanla nvo, norttiwost.
1112 Ninth utrect nortUwost.
Oornnr 3d and K streeto uottUwost.
mvO-tt 221 Pennsylvania avo. soutbwept.
SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
THE BEST IN THE DISTHIOT,
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent.
I 12f ' """' VINTD. BTHEET NORTBW