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TTT13 WASIITNOTON OUTTIO, MONDAY EVEXTNO, ATKJTJST J. 1BK7.
WASHINGTON ORITIO WASHINGTON, AUQUST 1, 1337. ukic vitKi'i:ni:xi;. Ho w as hied so mo and tall, The tcvyof ill The men aa tic walked by her tide, While elowly tbe llcbt Of day changed to night, And merrily rlnpled tba title. Fbi pretty ami sweet, Entrancing and neat, Demurely beadle him was willtlng, While softly tbo air Caressed her fair hair, And lliteof d tbo whllo to their talking. " You'll please pardon me" He glanced plajfully 11 If really my question should tiro lo you care for mm tall Or those who are small What kind of men do you admire t" Her Usbea quick fell, And veiled her eyes well. 11 No pardon for sucb a request ; 1 llko mankind all. lioth little and tall, l!ut then I like Hymen the belt." lloaton Budget. m .,.,. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Colonel William L. Brown of the Now York Daily Xcui bcgim llfo on a Intra, and tbo highest pay ho received at any time was a dollar and n quarter a day for a dimmer season when kelp was scarce, The Tt ilune siys that ho ran across tho old farmer for whom ho worked that year nhllo at Saratoga last week. They estimated that Brown had pitched about one hundred tons of hay, Tho Colonel practiced law In Youngstown, Ohio, for somo years, and had n reputation for tho successful defenco of criminals. Youngslown 13 near tho Pennsylvania line, and tho Colonel had tho only completu set of I'cnnsyhanla law reports In lhat re gion. It gao htm an advantage which ho waB not slow to Improve. Tho Colonel Is n heavy man somewhat of tho old Dutch tj po, with a big head and face and a big brown moustache. Ho Is ono of the best poker players In New York, ami will risk n bet on any. thing from the size of a lady's glove to a horse race or n political fight, llo docs not let his political sympathies run away with his political Judgment in betting, for 1 heard him offer tbo other day to bet n good big sum that Torakcr would defeat Powell for Gov ernor of Ohio by ocr 20,000 majority. Tho most rcmarkablo feature of the bops nt Saratoga, says a Philadelphia J'i eta correspondent, Is the magnificent, wonderful display of priceless jewels. Diamonds prevail, and diamonds you eco everywhere. Their glitter dazzles the cyo at every turn. In the hair, all over tho necks, cars, arms and fingers, on the corsages, even as buttons on slccvLS arc they to be seen. Many mil. lions would not ho too extravagant a figure at w hlch to value the collection of diamonds at some of the hops In tho most fashionable of the hotels. It Is useless to wear jewels hero unless ono ho a plutocrat. Tho ordinary $500 affair seems as puny and commonplace compared with tho average stone worn as a rhlne stone would compared with it. Thero was a auadrllle set at tho hop at the States tho other night In which there were four young ladles representing tho comfortablo sum of 1:8,000,000. ft tA, UeUCTUl XI, J.'. UQQK3 IG119 u Biury iE about one of bis army chaplains, which l ..- .M . KI..I 1 II ll.. -t 1 uuvce juwa iu - uriLig uunu lues u, n. It. camp fires. Tho chaplains of tho regiments during tho war hail charge 0! tho malls for the regiments to which they wero attached, Tho mall for tho regiment of this particular chaplain liaonot coma to hand for many days. The regiment was out of the lino of communication. Every day from ono halt to two thirds of tho soldier hoys filed up to tho chaplain's tent with such stereotyped Inquiries as thcBo: "Any mall yet, chaplain?" "Have you heard from tho mall ?" "Do you know when the mall will tomoi" "What do you think Is do laying the mall?" The good man was so pestered with Inquiries that he had no time to prepare his weekly sermon. He was obliged to spend all his time In explaining that he had no mall, that he had heard nothing about the mall, and that he knew noth ing about the mall. It occurred to him that ho might put an end to his troubles by a sign. Procuring tho bottom of an old hard tack box he marked It with charcoal and nailed It on a trco In front of his tent so that all might see this notice: THE CHAPLAIN DOES NOT KNOW WHEN THE MAIL WILL ARUIVE. The next anxious Inquirer who camo along was a reckless young wag, llo gazed for a whtlo at tho notice, and dis covering tho piece of charcoal which the chaplain had dripped on tho ground at tho completion of tho sign, e Eelzcd it and added these words: AND HE DON'T CARE A D-N. The chaplain took Iu tho sign and never put out another one. The common use lately of Mrs. Cleve land's picture as an advertising card Is likely to lead to several lawsuits against the firms putting them out, says a spe cial to the Cincinnati Commacial G'a uttc, Tho originals of the pictures tommon In tho market wcro copy righted by two Washington photo graphers shortly after Mrs. Cleveland's marriage. At first tho ouly advantage reaped was from the local sale of tho cauls. Gradually, however, an out demand sprung up, and before this could bo nut, orders commenced to pour In from all parts of Kuropo for them. They havo proved to bo tho most popular selling pictures of tho day, To supply tho foreign demand, the leading bouses la Loudon and l'.irU nre now Btrlklng off copies of tho Ameilcon originals, without regard to tho rights of the Washington artist. Tho Washington photographers havo noiemcdy for tho foreign grlovancc, but they havo ono for tho infringe ment In this country. Tho to bacco houses, cigarette manufacturers and soap dealers, who havo been mak ing Sirs, Cleveland's features common In hideous lithographs and chromos, nro to bo called to a legal accouut, ami the prosecutions will havo tho moral sanction (if the Whlto House, whero the practice lms caused much offense, Tht'ru Is no desire en tho part of Mrs, Cleveland to give the Washington dealers a monopoly of her features, and she Is not averse to copies being made for prlvnto sale, uao or ornamtnt, even If the should bo compelled to glvo out tldo artists a special sitting, but sho w ill not glvo her consent to the uao of licr plcturo for an advertisement, A Ntioiijj; Kmlimnirut fa conferred upon that magnificent Institu tion, tie human Byatera, by Dr. l'lcrce'a "Golden Medical Discovery" that fortlilei It against tho encroachments of disease. It Ii the treat blood purifier and alterative, st it as a remedy for consumption, bronchi, tlfl and all diseases of a wasting nature, its Itolluecce la rapid, cfilcacloui and per ma Eixt. gold everywhere. THE GARFIELD HOSPITAL. A Noble and Successful Memorial to the Late President. ITS INCEPTION AND PROGRESS. A Splendid Tribute to tbo Zoal of tbo Ladles' Aid Society. This hospital Is the outgrowth of a desire upon the part of friends of our murdered President to com em morale his sufferings by the founding of on Institution which should be devoted, so far as possible, to al leviating tbo sufferings of humanity; to aid those In itcbncea who arc not able to pro vide for themselves, and to provide a place whero all can go and rccelvo necessary treatment by a faculty of thoroughly com petent practitioners. The hospital was not founded with a spirit of rivalry, but upon the same broad ground which others stand udeelroto benefit suffer Ins; humanity, and to locate here la tbo Nation's Capital a place which shall be national In its char acter, not confined to the treatment of any dais to be defined by age, sex. color, or re li&Ious belief, but to extend the needed aid toeufTerlnif humanity la Its hour of trial limply bccAUso they aro members of the (treat family of whom tho Master hasealdi "Inasmuch as jo havo done It unto tba least or one of these, my brethren, ye have done It unto me." ITS INCEPTIOV. It began In a call for a public meeting, signed by many physicians of tho city and Other philanthropic mcu of high standing. Steps were Immediately taken to organize ft corporation under tho laws of tho Dis trict, a committee of twenty-five being ap- pbhted for that purpose, of which uencral encrnun wasiue cnsirrnao. ah di anima tion of these laws thawed sucb defects and Imperfections that the association applied to Congress, and, on Its petition, amend ments have been ruado of u very liberal character, applicable to ull benevolent and charitable corporations. Corgress also authorized the Society for the Home of toldlers' Orpbars, which bad oacomplUhcd lti! rcl-ft-Ion, to transfer Its property to tho (Jarflcld Memorial Hospital. Contribu tions were received In money fmoi all parts of the United States, end from Europe and other foreign countries. They ha e a beautiful site, overlooking the entire city of Washington, lu full t lew of the Capitol, tho Washington Monument, and tho Potomac Itiver, seven acres of ground Just without tho city limits, with a building to accommodate ono hundred or more patients, on a spot eo.charmlng as to mako ono almost willing to bo sick that be may enjoy tho beauties of tie place. In the success. of this work It Is Impos sible to estimate at their full value tho ser vices of tbo lad Its, From tho first they took a lively Interest In the matter, and they soon organized tbemseHee Into an us soclatlon called the Ladles' Aid Society. They held fairs, garden parties, and solicited subscriptions, and their contributions amounted to thousands of dollars. is.conronA.TORS. Tbo following well-known people were the Incorporators of the hospital: Samuel F. Miller, Eliza N. Blair, William Wlndom, JcanM, Lander, James G II Allan, Fannie Klckctts, James I). IMmondi, Lewis J. Davis, Koglnald Fendall, Samuel (J. Dusey, Miranda Tullock, John S. Hillings, Corne lia W. Ferris, Alexander Y. 1. Qarnett, John A. Baker, Henry A. Wlllard, 11 en J d ralD 0, Love Joy, Smith Townshcnd, John W. Thompson, J, Ford Thompson, Mary K. Blair, Carrie S. Harrison, Matilda V. Emory, Joslab Dent, D. O. Swalra, James (LUlalno, William 0, Palmer, E. Francis K'gg'i Stella U. Conger, Joseph K. McCain raon, Adolphus S, Solomons, Alexander Craham Eel, J. Orraond Wilson, William A. Leonard, James II Savllle and William U. Mctzerott. Directors Mr. Justice Samuel F. Miller, president; Mr, Henry A. Wlllard, first vice pretl lent ; Mr. John A. Baker, second vice prcsldtnt.Mr. A, Walton Fleming, secre tary; Dr. John S. Billings, U. S. A.; Mrs. Eliza N. ttlalr, Mr. l.ejzInaU Fendall, Mrs. Carrie B. Harrison, Mrs. Jean Margaret Lender, Kev. W. A. Leonard, D I).; Mr. 11. O. Lovejoy, Mr. Joseph K. McCammon, Mrs. Fanny Klckctts, Mr. E. Francis Klgge, Mr. John W. Thompson. Medical Staff John Frederick May, M. D , presl lent; Swan M. Burnett, M. D., sec retary; Alexander Y, P. Harnett, M. D.; William W. Johnston, M, D.; Nathan S. Lincoln, M. D ; James W. II. Lovejoy, M, V.; Louis Mackall, M. D ; J. Ford Thomp son. M. D.: J. M. Toner, M. I ; Itilph Walsh, M. D : WiilUm May, M. I) ; Win. U. Hawkes, M. D ; B. (1. lbolc, M. D. Consulting Staff Drs. Oarnett, Johnston, Lincoln, Mackall, May and Toner, Attending Mb IT Drs. Lovejoy, Thomp son. Burnett and Walsb. Mlcroscoplit Edward t.Sibaeffer,M,D. Kteldent 1'hyslelan William M. Sprlgg, Matron-Mrs. M. E. Vandcrbllt. Executlvo Committee Mr. Heclnald Fen dall, chairman; Mrs. Eliza N. Ulalr, Mrs. Fanny Klckctts, Mr. Joseph K, McCammon, Mr. Henry A. Wlllard. Committee on Ways and Means Mr. J. W. Ibompaon, chairman; Mr. John A. Baker, Mrs. Jean M. Lander, Kev. W. A, Leonard, D. D Dr, John 8. Billings, U. S. Army. Finance Committee Mr. E, Francis ltlfge, chairman; Mr. U, 0. Lovejoy, Mrs. Jean M. Lander, O flic era of tbo Ladles' Aid Association Mrs. John A, Logan, president, Illinois, Mrs. Benjamin Harrison, first vlce-presldoot, Indiana; Mrs. James B. Utckett. second vice president, District of Columbia; Mrs. Earl English, third vico-prceldcnt, New Jersey; Mrs. Gardiner G, Hubbard, fourth vice-president, Massachusetts; Mrs. Henry A, Wlllard, fifih vlco-prtaldent, District of uujuaiojH, Jiro, iitnry i, uuir, corro snondlnp: secretary, New Hampshire; Mrs. J. Kusstll belfridge, recording secretary, District of ColumMa; Mrs. Thomas L, Tullock, treasurer, New Hampshire. GCNER1L WOniC, Tbo ccneral work of the hospital has been most encouraging. A largo addition has Lcen erected through the energy and porse vcrancu of tho Ladles' Aid Association. Thero have been more patients admitted than was expected, and treatment has been ex ceptlonallysucccesful. 'Iho hospital Is rap idly acquiring a reputation for the treat ment of disease In lit different form), and la rapidly advancing It to tho front rank of Institutions of Its character In the Uuitcd States, and the tamo of Garfield will be k(pt In honored remembrauco fr future generations tLrougb this hospital, as well as U) on tba pages of history. TLere has lien recently opened Iu the boeIial two wards, one for male and one female pat! tut a (Incurables), aud this U the only Institution lu tho District which has such a ward and which will receive In curablcs, and great credit Is duo the Ijdlts fur the spirit which established this charity. Another feature which will add greatly to Its adt antogo Is a commodious operating toom, arranged In the form of an amphitheatre, where all operations will tako place. From this room tu the third story will run one of OtU' best elevators, latge ruough to re ceive a bed. After undergoing treatment the patient will bo placed upon a ted, w bee ltd to the elevator and tLus taken to his room, wbcret e r It may be, w Ithout being compelled to submit to handling aud jir, which In many cb6cs causes fatal results where such elTi er Is unnecessary. No pa! us or expense will be (pared which will give comrort or safety to the patleut, and In the future Gar field Memorial Hospital Is destined toeUud auhe head of Its class. Iu tho now wing thero uro twenty-four rooms, twclto for mli ecx, v, hlch an be taken by persons de elrlrg to employ ph)alclans not connected with tho hospital, and at tho uamo thuo ou joy all tho advantages of tho institution, acd this at a meutv nominal coat, 'lo ihow In what raorthobosplUl U held St, George's Society tnls jear furnished and dedicated a room, '..'uO fovt lu pIzo, In honor of Iho Queen's Jubilee, feeling that In ro doing they would enjoy moro ploasuro. at d at tho samo time confer a greater benefit than by celebrating as usual wtih an elab orate dlnuer. Such actions as these are iLdecd pleasant and will doubtless be 1ml tiled by others. tirlHntt Itc-ntlr Tar UtirMn. m vj. t. ( MtUF mm M Mt-'M &&? Vjaga1 Ihlslsthe time of tho tar that tho old farmer saja to tho hired man t "Clean out the cow stable for a summer bouse, Our city boarders w ill bo here next week," Detroit Free Tress. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Petrol on in, B. K. Plain A Co., St. Cloud Building, fnrnteb tho following Oil quotations Closed Saturday, 51; opened today, 59; highest, BUI; lowest, 571 i "Mi p. m , C'J. Mew York Stock .llarknt. Tbo following bavo been furnished by A, Margins Co , tankers and brokers, 51 j Seventh street northwest: sisA A h AV.&rnl 't- ? ir i i i TT Vi V tlm ( Mm KAME. t O. 3 43) NAME. O, !i 45 NYCen '10fl KCJ Heading Kjlill Lbhoro I Ul, OH LA, N CO Oil OS 04 51 ,N V 33 3JJ WU TOjirj NPprif'd.. 6i fis Mo Pa J7 I bri f M.. S3 3S? U Pa 521 MJ 'Erie 3d , 25'S5f OT 241 21 Men i ,N l'r 41 41 KT 2.11125 ,CaP St p WJi buj Omaha 41 401 K I i p't'd 10-1 lO-IJ NW til U21 II T..... 2-J 274 UBQ... WI Ai 431 WabpTd. 271 2S 'ill V 21 211 D L i W. 127 129 FA. U Erie 2S1 2j N E 41 422 J 0 73 74 Oil Cy iS D & II ... Wi'lOOj sjiiiraco Jlnt'KciH. The following Mimmary Is by B. K, Plain X Co, St. Cloud Building, Mnth & F streets: O. H. i L. 07" Wheat Aug.... (13 CSS oTJ GSl Sept.,.. (Ml 701 00 TOJ Oct 71 721 711 Til Corn Aug ... . 3f 3D 3 I 8 Ji Sept 3'U 40 39 40 Oct 303 40J 301 102 Oats Aug.... 2ia 24J 211 2IJ Sept.... S-51 . S5i 25 2- , Vct "i w " -oi Fork Aug Sept Oct Lard-Aug 0 55 8 0S 6 471 6 5J1 Sept 0C5 0 071 0 021 0 05 Oct 0 72j 0 75 0 70 0 72j MnHiiinston Htock Kxclinnejo. The following were the quotations on the regular call at tho Stock Exchange to-day. All quotations are for securities to the amount of $1,000 or 100 shares of stock. ihd. Washington A Georgetown Bonds 112 Masonic Hall lionds wj Washington Light Infantry, 1st m'ge.. bS Bank of Washington 305 National Bank of tbo Kepubllc "i National Met. Bank 13 Central National Bank 210 Second National Bank 125 Farmers' & Mechanics' National Bank of Georgetown ,1031 Columbia National Bank 11 1 Columbia 43 Capitol A North O Street 40 Franklin Insuranco Co 41 Nallouol Met. Insurance Co 70J Corcoran Insuranco Co 5" Columbia 13J German-Am encau Inhurance Co 150 Washington City Gaslight Co 3J3 Georgetown " Ai Pennsylvania Telephone Co 31 Washington Market Co. Stock 1S1 WaFhlngton Brick Machine Co 10 Bcal Estate Title Insurance Co 12-) Columbia Title 5) Herds That diermlaato quickly, The human system Is a fruitful soil, and among seeds that germinate most rapidly In It are those of rheumatism and neu ralgia, A slight cold, broucht on by sit ting In a draught, wet feet or damp clothes, will develop either of thoso abominable, painful maladies with unpleasant rapidity. The proper preventive of this agoalzlug vegetation Is Ilostctter's Stomach Bitters, a medicine which nullifies a tendency to cither of tbo maladies named, and soothes tbo aches which they cause. Nor Is It less effective as a remedy for rheumatism than as its preventive, a fact as amply atteted as any other relating to its curative prop erties. Mariners, miners, frontiersmen and others, have ever found tt a faithful pre servative of health In unfavorable regions, and a benign remedy for malarial dfsordera and stomach, liver and bowel complaints. It Is a fine promoter of appetite and a capi tal tonic, AIdempy Dairy M neons. Fresh Aldcrney butter, churned every morning and delivered In lb "Ward" Erlnts, 40c. per lb. Also cottago cheese, uttcrmllk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream, 15c. per pt. N, F. Jacobs of 013 D 6trect saw a co' orcd man with a suit of clothes on that was stolen from bis etoro recently, and bo set up a terrific blowing on a police wtlet'e. De tectives Horn and Mshou responded and took Into custody Silas Carter and Ed, Turner, colored. For "worn-out," run-don n," dtbilitn ted school teachers, milliners, Bciimetri!?, housekeepers, mid ftebliMromcn trUKrullj Dr. Pieman Invoritu l'nseil tinn H tlia lesto! nil nstoratho tonios. It is not ii "Cun-all," but admirably fulfills a pfntrlo nteaof purpose, ttciuuarnoht potent Spiri lla for all thoso Chronic Wenkncstn-a and IU senses peculiar to women. It laajtowcr ful, tftncrul as will its uterine, ttmle and limine, and Imparts Uor und strenKth to tho i ho to eyeum. It promptly curt a weak ness of btomticli, lndlKBllnn, Llontlnir, wuik luck, innoua prostration, dibllity ntul FltepbBinifw, In lither H'V. Favorite Pn scriptlun la sold by Uruirlt-ta undirour )wm( tde ounrnutir, btiwini'Pr urumid hnttU 1'rleo $1.00, or Mx liotilvH Mr i5.00. A lurtfo lieatiso on IHsenwHOf Womrn (liO pates), profusely tlluelruted, sent for ten nta iu htiimpd. Addrtiu, Wour n't Di?PtNmnv Mimcm AhMX'iATinv, Mi Main bt., lIuUulo, S, V, MCK III:AICIII:, lllliLHiflllraaadH', and t'oiiMlimilon, Mired iy Itr, lh reu'a 1'l IU tt. -1 it tits a Lit. liy di uiwWt. iui:i. SLYKIt.-On hunday, July 31, ls87, at 11 a.m, Mary O blycr. tier remains will bo taacu from tho reel denco of her Inter, Mrs, L L Duvnlbill I htrdt noriliwest, Tuesday morntng, to Mar llnebiirg, W, u, en tho 101 train, wlicro funt ral cr Ices and lntei mom u til tiko place. UNDERTAKnS.vv j WILLIAM liJE," " (Successor to Hcnrf Loo's Sona), 333 I'EDNA. AVUNUC N. Y bOUTII BIDE. Ilrancliumre, - - IUS Mil. Ae. S. W, T)IUllAItn H. OAIN, l'urnl.liliiif lln S ilcrtakcr,101i;tliit. Kvornhltuitrdt class and un llto roost ruusoQablo tonus. Tolo-lhoiuualUlfl-3. ALui'sT luiitnmmn', HJIINIS1I1NC1 UNDKHTAKKIt, ta. 91S 1'ouna. avo. n. w bot. til auU k it, KvcryUilns Qrst class. P0YAt i5S POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never Tartei. A marvel of pnrlty, rtrcnath and whnleoTieneBa. More oconomicRl than tho ordinary kinds, and can not be sold In competition with tho multitude of low test, short weljtht alnm or phosphate rowdem Solit only in cant. JiOYA.LiJAtt Na rowDEii co. 100 wail st . n. y. BOOTS AND SHOES. This discount sale of ouri mnkee abiseut In lrleea. You can buy ?3 ghoes for JIHfl SI " " PI JO fl " " S1.00 jfl " " $ I w And so on all ftlonn tho lino. I'onieiuid s euj, Wctneaii business. EDMONSTON'S, i:3'.i-l.'!ll rsirrtt u.i.l 013 I'll. Aie. Ono-Price Shoe Store, A. L. HAZEUTON, 431 Setentli Klreft, Under 0 1.1 Ftllows' Hall. . 0. Hurt's Flno bliocs for Ladles a specialty FINE SHOES Of every description, sultacd to tho wants of all. Stylish, durable, comfortablo an I per fect fitting. Mado especially for us by tbo beat manufacturer. Wo carry a targa Block In every department and seldom fall In suit ing a customer. DALTON & STRICKLAND, OOQ S'a. -&.-w-o., Vahlncton, D. C. c:;H ioihst...iv. 033 l'a. Are. Last I havo a lot of Flno Shoes, my own make, that I will soil at a bargain. OUo mo a trial. AT COST FOB CASH, Wm.D. Clark & Co. 811 MARKET SPACE, SUCCESSORS TO TltLNXlUi A. CKIIK, Will soli at cost for cash their entire stock of first class dry fioods. Salo will continue IS days. Many odds and ends In all departments to bo sold at loss than cost. All tho balance of our Choice Satines will bo sold at &c, rattcrns not to bo ob tained elsewhere. Wo lo not w ant to carry our stock If low prices will root o it. All jjoodi to bo charged will bo at our regular prices. FINANCIAL. A. H. MAcciiL. C, It. lUnnTs MAC-GILL & IIARDT, BBOKEIHS, 610 bEVENTU STIIEET NOltTIIWEST. Stock.", lionds. Grain, Oil nml rrovhlom. PIrcct lrcs to Klw York ami Chicago. B. K. miS. W, B. UIBB3 B. K. PLAIN k CO., UltOKEIlS, Grain, Provisions and Stocks, OTH AND F ST3.AND 1122 P ST.. YVtuhliictou. I. L City Keferonces, COLUMBIA NATIONAL UANK. Chicago Correspondents Jlllmlne, liodraan & Co, Constant qnotatlons of tbo Chicago and New lorfc Markets by spvelal wire. CAMPBELL & CO,. Stock, Grain, Provision and Potro leum Brokers, 1SS3 1MIKNA. AVK. (Upstairs, DIRECT WIIIU TO NEW YORK J CU1CAUO BREWERIES. ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWIIIG Association. AMERICA'S LARGEST BREWERY, UrewlnR Capacity rer Annum, 600,000 Barrola. OFF1CH AND DEroT-Corner First stroet and Virginia aven jo. J-HANK BUHWAIEZ, Afioat. SUMMER RESORTS. 1)1)1AT XUOKOUT HUAUD-llnnnt near Tf itnt lookout; ttrm, J'i per week, $1 icr dnyi nil unit water ndvantafrus anil its liinirlcft meet Fthiar and Saturday nlaht lonts I'erHnns whlang to romo on ottior dft)i than tboo will t'cao rorrcponl with R. h. Hir.r.MAN, JtldBal'otonirnliirCkjra liela Harbor, st 'Mary'w troiinty, am riuii: iii.uk mt. imusK, ufstkkn 1 Md.Il It.. Is now nnen. Ternn. Stnnd Jj TO i er day. t-clnl ratrs 1t tlm week. For tcrmiapplyloJ.r. SHANNON, Manngcr;aho oniietfnrmUton, llaltlmoru, Mil, GJII.AT lAI-LI IIUTKI,, tiff HI I hIIk. Md. J. W. OAimoLL. rroprlc tf r. Iicunilf nl pcencryj flno baMflsiilng. Upon tbe Monntain's Brow. DEER PARK AND OAKLAND, TWIN HE60RT8 OF THE ALLEOnANIES. U,UOO Feet Abovu tho Men. SEASON orENS JUNK 2.ID. 1687. Decrrark and Oakland, bnt six miles dis tant from each other, aro connected byasu ierbtarriaaoroad. Hot h aro located directly uton tho miiln lino of tho mitlmuro and Ohio It. K. and all trains ntop at both pi1nti. Lnder t he canablo manageratnt of Mr. Ooo. D. iHSliielda, tbcfio famoui ro'orts wilt main tain tho Mpli standard tf reluiiiscaon. Arnotitr tho lmproemonts that will bo noUd by former cueets are tlio Introduction of electric light n Into homunnd proiinlilirKO swtinnilnff latlnuddtd to tlio bathliiK tslib llElimtnn for ladles and gcntlcixc n: Incrcmcd and improved wattr supily drawn from the iilcbrnttd ro'llnir bi rltiir. 1(ATLS-?L0, STinnd sW per month, at com Irir to local Ten. Dlfltrram of rooms and IIoirs ran be ttf u at llo 11. and O. tiikitufcleo, IK1 1'u. avp , nsliliitfton, 1). C, All totnrmitiicntlon should bo nddrestcl to (ieo I). Debtilrlds Onccn City Hotel. Cum Lerland, Md . up to .nine K fttr that di to tlllurUfer rarkorlMkland. n,rrtttC'o,Md. rplli: WASlllNGlON G1U1E IKlir.L X otcn Juno 1 for tho rer option of cuoits Hotrilll'Q nnd quiet: etcellcrt tablo fare; tb Mi cf liii(in ana tfootl water; CHinpsrutind nftotdstlelictitlul relllouti and social adran tntrex Tprin' S.Stow ririnontli. IniIro (.1 MliS LA I'l, ntA. at Templo lintel. ASBURY PARK, NEW JEUSEV. frcat on .Tune V to 0. tobcr. iins. d. it. sTocnnM &co, rroprletorx, 1C03 r st n x Mr. 0. T. Etockbam of tho EhMtt Hoiho UlciiL'at'f looms fur parties during thorn- 8imigHrlt.li Siii:nani)oaii alum spjiino-j, VA. Monntatn ncort; misurpnwd location, crounds and appointments, Tor lull p irtlcti lars apply at lt.'l N street, Washington, D. C, or to tho l'roprk'ior, A. J. MYERS. Cnpii JIny HotolM, SAWVEK'S CIIAT.FONTI:. IhoU'adlnii "Family llouio" Near tho bearh. I irst t inn tn oi try appointment If. W . bAM YEH. ITorrletor nnd owner. Dlrcctlron tbo Uoacli. NOW OPM. tarco rooms; ull ocean Tlcw; best appoint ments. W. W. GHEEN, Troprlotor. I.1M1K1MIN, U Connrcss avenue, opposlto Conzress Hall. Lnlariced and thoroutthly renovated. Alt tho modern Improvcnu nts. Tornn reasonable. J. It. wl LuN, Owner and 1'ropriotor. Till; DMON, S. LaMjctte, Abotu Conctesi t. Location unsurpassed, near tenthtind nation. Hno torchus, plenty of f-hado. t-ptUdl rates for families. U. UlUt'- tit u Atlnntlc C'ltvllntelH. ATLANTIU CITY, N. J. Tbolortrcfltnnd mot ronvcnlentlv lorajl hottl. (.Jean, comfortablo and IioniullKo. LltKantly furnished and liberally wanatftil; cuniplttu sanitary at rancimtnta: modern cou Tcnltices. Coatu to and from tho beach und trati , Itrorhy'a enhestra; Profs. Contun tino i erpenter and ( hurle. Mart ell, directors if danclnjc end amusements. CIlAIILLs McOLKDC Trop THE COLONNADE, CIIAIILE3 DUF1Y, rorrecrly of tho Continental Hutel. rhll.xdol phla. and btockton, Hottl, Capo lay, N.J. milK KINGSTON, Mr. A. IS, MIM.i:tC .1 l roprletrtss, Ocean avo j onlyS minutes fitm bench. TTOTKL ItEItKULUY, un tho Heiich and Illinois uremic; central and attractive location. Extended and unobstructed ocean view. n w srnNCR EDUCATIONAL SIIOIIT.HANU A TVTE-W IIITINQ SITUATIONS Tay both youna men and hdles mnch better pnianes iitnii muii turn men mi .Hjaiiimi-,. uici tho demand la creator, bttidcnta cau bo lined foroftco bhort'band positions IN THREE MONTHS' TIME liy Haven's system. Noprolous knowlodco of either art required. Colleges open all tho year, undents can enter any tlm, nil tuition beins indU Idnal. fruiwrlor fut llltles for pro. ctirlDK tltuntlons, for which aid wo mako no charKO, CoIIcro puinj hUts, with full set nelf teachluff lessons in either art, sent to any a I drens lor 10c: both nrts,30o, Nistampnao n'pted. Address cither of Haven's Collenes KtwYork, N Y; riilladclpbla, Pa.;CAlcajjo, 111.; Cincinnati, O.t ban 1 nuicUco, Cal. Academy of the Holy Cross, 1312 SIAbS. AVE. N. W., Wlllrpanmo flrt Mnn.lav In Pentombcr. Af- fordaotry iaclllty for acnulrlutt a thorough, and accomplllud education. Tho musical derartmint, embracing Harp, Flano, orB'au, tniiltai and banjo, U dltcttcd by thoroiiiiiily attompllshtd teachers Painting tn huitre. Oil and ater Colors. Special at tentlon paid to UiKikketpIn nnd tho llUhcr .Mailicmdtlos. Attad cd to tbo academy Is a Department for l.utiu tHiyw. Roanoke College. IN Tlin VIKOINIA MOUNTAINS. Several Courses for Degrees, bpoclalatten tlon to Lnitllnh lYem.li and oern au cp-ikcn lnitrutilntithorou.'h and practical Library I0,ouolutni. Ucbtmor.il and .olluloiuln tlmncca tienes for nine months 5119, SITOor ?3)t (!m luiiur tuition, ihjurl, etc,). a"it'll $a$ MDN lti t.lNt, SLIM' II. lonataUwio (wlilnlewof crounds.bulld uns and mounlalnR) address. JULll'b D. DltCHKH, President. salrm. VlrKlult SUMMER SESSIONS BUSINESS COLLEGE, Corner 71U unit 1 Htrcets N, Vf, Thorough Instrnctl'm durinq tho summer months lu Itapld rltlnz. lUhikkeepitiK, btcu oicra; hy ant lypo Urirln U.iy and cun injf MShlons for jtmtiis ladles a id gentlemen Call or send for ( Irt uhus. Iclcthouo call, bt I -. iiemiy c srcNCEn. rrtndrai. M119, I5AItA A. bPENCGU. VIco-lMnclpal. MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, F.Q MAItTYNa'idC K UHNEIt. Trops , 313 SIXTH bTKUKT N. U' Ntartltyl'ostoOico Prof 0 K.lrner, A M and U K , prin-l- fal; IS years' experience PuilU irupund or thocmiserUoox,iinlnattou riU'i'K.WKlTINU TAUOIIT At ltoom C3, St. Clond Bulldlne, Itoferoncos, TTNrilKCKtU NTIlIt ATTII IOTIIIN! titer llnir n .llllllini IHslrll.nto 11 rsss Louisiana State Lottery Co. Ireornoratcd by tho fa srtilattiro In WAtor Fdccntlonal ami Charliablo nurposei, nnd Its fttttM'o md a tart of tho premt Mato lorntltutlon Iu 1S7V, by an ovcrwbeltninit lotulur vote. Its Grand Simtla Number Drawlnei tako plarocvtry rconili, and lis (Jrand Seral-An-mial Urawlnt's tako place eytry tlx months (Juno and 1'eccmber). MV (tofttnhj ctrtlfy thnt m tnirttn thi nrriTiittfintfor all the .Vmttibj an-l SfmKln t.vnl Ifranliiy of the toultliiut 8'a( hut Uiutwnjianv,antl in ptrton iminafftan'tcon trtHtit JnaulhM thftnnltt and that the mm are rtrnluctat trift -onrtt-jtalrnfte anil In itt faltft toniiril all mi tl . find we authorize the l vini-nny to vie tide t(ttljtt.ate in lti adttrtUt mrflftf." Commissioners . We, tho undersigned Dink an3 Hankers, wllltny all Prtm drawn In tho Louisiana Mate Lotteries which muy bo pretntod at uur counters: J.H.Ot.LKMIT, Pres. I a. Sit. Hank. I'll KIIK IAAt, I'rcs. Sttet.IUni. A.IUIIUHN, ITfS. .U..4t. Itinl. (UL MHIN.rm lnlon.Nat.HanV. tlrnnit Nlngln Nnmlirr lniTinir at thu Atmiemy oi Mus'c, Now Oilcans, Tjoi day, August 0, 17 Capital Prize $180,000. IXNotlec Tlrkeis are flOonlyj ltahcs.JJ, nuns, S-i; Tenths, l. Ltsr or rnt7Es. 1 CAPITAL I'HIi: OF 5 Pfl,0ll0.. .8150,0110 ,. SU.tHMJ , . VM,W0 .. Wl.lUfl .. avrno , . s,vwi . . an.oto .. i,uo .. 60,11 D .. 3d,nro .. wo . w.oto l wiCAmi vii.it r. itr 1 tfKAMJ Pl.lt: OP SLAKOi: PKICS OP IIAIKIK PIfUES OP SUPHIZLSOF 10 " 100 " 0,J.. J.WHI.. GOO.. 3'M . a-o.. lUI,. rai7C". JIM.... CU) ATrilOSlMATIOS IPO Approximation lrlzcs IW IIU I1U .. rXJ An di) 1U0.. 1.0C0 Tcrroln.it Prizes ct W. . 3.K3 prizes, amounting to SWOUO fcrVor Club itntis or any f urthor Inforhia- tlonapilj to tho undtrsigncd Vinirtnnd- writlng must bu distinct and Atjnat'iitiilnin. Mororaild return mall delivery II1 boas- surcd ly you enclosing an Lnulopo bearing jonr full address. i-end Petal Notes, Exi res Money Orders or New orkLxthnngo1n ordinary letter. Cur rency oyciies3 tai our exiH.nu; Huurassuu to M. A. UAUrilINf New Orleuns, La, Address I!eiIstcrcd Letters to Ktw Orleans National But, New Orleans, La. ItEMEMHEIt that ttio presenco of Generals Peauregard and Early, w ho are In charge of tho drawings, is n guarantee of abwlata fair nisi and Integrity, that tho chances nro all equal, and that no ono can iwslblr dUlno hat number will draw a prize IiEMmiHETt. alao. that tho n-ivmcnt of rrl7 'un' 7P 1 C.IIAltANTKLI) I1V lOL'It NA- lON'AL DANKd of New Orleans, ami tho tickets arofcigncd by tho President of an In ttltutlon whoHQ chartered rlchts aro rccog nlzcd In tho highest Courts; therefore, bew aro of all Imitations and anonymous tsthLmeV CIGARS AND TOBACCO. K. of L. Made Cigar And Knights of Tnt:or SMOKIXd and CIIKW INO TOUAtCO, :aanufactarel by tbo Na tional K. ct L Co-ont;r all vo Com pany, Italeich, N. C. or tale by J. I-I- OKE33VE, 313 )otina. Avo. KVAecnt for tho CclobratcJ Roller Organ; prices SCand 110. PAWNBROKERS. LASKEY'S Loan Office, Noi 361 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W,, WAbDINGTON, D. C. Money Loaned on Gold and Sliver Watchen. Diamonds, Jewelry, Plstoli, Owns, Mechanical lools, Lndlen' and Guntlomen's Wearing An parel. Lnrcdccmed pledses for s.ilo. OM ;IA A HII.VF.lt IKIirCIIT. THE "QUEEN OF BEERS." Manufactured by tho christian Moerloln Urewlng Company, Cincinnati, ohln, Hfat winning its way to imblio Ia or. Delicious In Baor und beautiful In color, Its ubtoluto purity (btlng freo from all deleterious in grcdUnts) Is u guaranteo against headache, kidney tioublo und other ailments, and roe ommtnditt to tinallds and persons whoso constitutions need a safe and Invigorating ton'o Family orders a tpcclalty. 75 cents per dozen. r. ii. i'im.i:v( YXy II Htit'Ct .V. usk criiri, Bll.ltMNO, aiiNNKor.A, UILT KDOR nr UOLUKN HILL FLOUR, And yon 111 always hao heautlfnl Broad, UollH nnd IiiBCUlti WioUmlo Depot, corner ItHt btreet and Indiana avonuo. 1 M. M. OALT A CO. f(CBRESJ The Remington TYPE-WHITER. bTATIONEIt AN'n St PPI 1E3 NEW DH0P tAUlNClb WiCKOFF SEAMAN3 .1! BENEDICT, romer o Eth anJ F its. Tclcpbouo Mo. SJiJ. PIANUS. 0II0I1II! visrrj ummm PIANOS. W. G. METZEROTT & CO., 90.1 lcnriHjIftnla Ae. Unequaled In Tone, Touch, Work manship and Duraoility, SKCONl) I1ANI) riAN'OM, n Ono assortment of t rumlnCDt makes at nil t rice. l'lAMIS I (lit lti:NT 'WM. KNABE Si CO., H17 Slnrhft Npnrc ODR STHECT RAILWAYS. Iltjw to Itf-Mcli Ail I'urtfuriH of the N.lllontil Cuplt it. Fare for eat )i ertononnll line, 1 tents. TIckits aro Kid by tlrlur or conductor of nil ars, C for ffiiccn tc, phmI on any line. Wa1 Incton and Gioraetowii Katli owl S'artf nt deorgttown, corner tf lllgti flrci-t I.iwu trldgoirtct,acro-4 l!nckCrik,tat along liniicjlMinla avtimc, pjti)Z clrclo fin talnlDg MtMV Urttuo of Waohliigton; f t.r (orauiinlli ry, Stat, nrninl.S'iw lien irt inciitH;! riflileiit's llou-r. uifa,cttL&(it ne, tontalulngMllli' niiioHtitan tatuy of An drew Jackim; Deptrttiutitof Ititl i'(h'iU Ingnt I Ift i mt Ii ft rut, vli(rutriinftr nro irhctitulotutf tilth Uriel I'rutii In Fit tec lit h tlntt, punt Itlig llou-o nnd Trcmiry Im tmrt m nt, titfulri dv, it pi mifv Uttnin m nnu b Willard'saiidotlitr hot i Is an 1 tlirougti tl c rlndt nl biifilncH furtluu of tho lt). ri'hlng scunth Mrtct wot at t-inur Market (wl ire tranfrrs are given in th (-ucnth Muct ItmiKh, going in irtli tuvvard UpumlHrystrctt orouthtolvtoi wclthin, t llotiinl'iil iiardt ns toNaal Mmmfivtit there iraii'-ttrsaro ghin to iiruntli runtiing to Itiltltuorennd niilo Itnllroi.! depijti a ttudlng eouth elde (f Catltol II III contlu illng nlong llstrLCtfoutti to Ptnni)lriuiln nvenue, tiirnltiglnto Llglith trc' tcnt. ait the Marino Farraks to NayVard gate, lfcturnlng, ramo ruitto and conditions. Fourteenth street Pram h - starts nt New ork avenue nnd I Htecnth street we-t out luiirttmih stmt to Itoundnry, pasliiij JiankllnJ-fHiaroniid Thr.mu Mat tie Ue turnliig, fame route. TnitHltrighentonnd from main or Aunuo lino Cunnceti ultli curs to Mount Plmsant eery half hour. Fare, J rents additional. frcrci.tlittrttt IJramh starts at Ilonnlary mm nns mio notnn ncns rue city along hcMnthhtrcct west. pHsnlng Mount vcrnnij trejuari'. Patent and Pustufllcci, OMlul 1iv.b' llall. cr oust tt g Pennsyhanla nvcnuii nt tt n:re Market and city 1 ustuiilce iw hero trnntiirsnreghen to tho roiln or Avenue lino, continuing ntrops tho Mall, pnt the hmltLftonlan lt.atitutlon nnd National Mu ftum, tothonhHrvesof the .Mount cinun, Norfolk and other steamers aud Alexmdrii ferry. Heturulng, name route, MttioioIItun Hallway Lending Oergetown, whtro it makes u circuit of Wet, High, Fnyettc, Sceond, Dumbartiiti and Muiit gomtr) streets, padng ntar en urgetimn College, Academy of tho Mdtatloii, IIIkIi ten ho Pecenoir, and Oak Hill Cemetery, oerlo(k Creek tu P street north, thence along Ct nnectlcut avenue, nmliNt tho !ala tial rih-ldtntetef the et Lmi. Im ludlng that of the HrltMi minister; along tvtn tcenlb street wet toIlhtret north. Four teenth blreet to F, p.mlctr U lllard and tho Lbbltt House, crosIng Mnth street (whero tranIers mo clu-n to tho Ninth streit Iirnnih), uist the Patent and Po-turtle ch, tu Hft b btreet, to Louisiana n time, n tsslng ludielary Niuure, City Hill, and Llitcolu Monumnt, Indhtna nunuo tut tnet, by the Haltinioro and ohlu dep t tolkUwaro nvctiUf,to I) strict noitli. to Urst Ktrett ta-t, t hence along East Caj It id strci t to I In toln Park lietuinlnc, Mtme route going wt,exttIt along New Jeriyacuuo and Uttrett instead of Indiana ainuo. Car alsoUaotlio nest front of tlio State, arnnii ray uepurirctnt ai convenient IntcnaK eunmtthig lth abuu line ut tceutecnthand H uretti Ninth street Ilrantli-Starts at northern ter tnlnuiid evintltrett wtst (where It eon necti vlthMherhprings brunch ,dh urging In Mntli ftreet theuic t-outli, titiiing Mount ernon iuare, Mntonic Tetnile1, Patent nnd Pustollleef nt P ftutt twhtru traintfers aro irUen to main lino eat .r wttt), ttcut u tu It Mrtct, tinning l entru Market und baltlmurenud Potomac l"pot, t-lxtburttt tu Missouri aetiLe, to tnur and a half fctrect. thtneo to the Arsenal Late and Meamboat whane. Putoinao ltivcr. licturnlcg by same route. Sllur Springs branch starts from northern terminus of Ninth ureet branch, fulluwing teti,t)i street road, ; unt llovsitrd tnlver tlty and huetztn Park, tu tntraneo tu grounds of boldicrs' Homo, lteturnln, i-ame route Columbia ballwoy Starts at Tlftecnth street wen, fi)utheiiit of Ireamry Uetartment, nlong New oik aven ii j lu Its intersection with MaoeaehU'utts aveutto at hmtnth street, thence on Massachiifctts aven unto II stret t north, 1 ast thu Gov eminent Print Irg tifllco lo boundary and beginning of I.iilt Inure turnpike and Pennlu'ii iiridfo road. Itciurclng, tamo routo Noith CaiitolaudObtrett (or IJelt) Itallroa 1 Marts I rum Maryland avenue and Fur nnd a half Mrtct, thence cast to lirst west, nurlli tu d trtct, west tu luurth ntrti.t, north to P strict, wtt to Eleventh btrtct, eouth to K ttrect north, weal to Fourteenth itrect, huuth to Ohio avt nue, cat tu Tweltth street, south to Vhglnli uenuo and eat to starting iuiiit. ltcturnlng, amo route, exec) t pabln cuat over O Instead of PMrcct. This line aNo has short connecting rntdi run nlng to tho ttntio Market, Potomae river bteamboat wharc, bureau of Knirravlug and 1 Tint Inc. Ua-Mngtun Monument ana Llcvcntb und boundary. Anncoi-tla Itillroad fetartin? from foot of fcecnth btrtet, along M trcct Miuth, in-t uay yard rale. toTKcKth stieet ist, und oxer tho Anaioitlu brnlgu to I utun town nnd tho Government Hospital i r thu Im-.mo litturnlng, mine route Tntn-Itr t nml fmm Avenue Line or MXinth -Tt el Lraneh anldugtcn and ucorgctown (till rond, 3 cents. Ibrdlecouthcs nro ninnlng from thi'Viw Yard la Pennsylvania avenue t Iwi'mc net on J and d htlCLts norlhwist ban cents; fix tlckits for .'" n(i Hor-i ai ticket uro nboiciclMd a tiro Ilerdlo cal s nre run iiin i.rt oi 'in tt lare M ctiiti", within l mil i iijt.nr hour lor one i ui iili r fi p i u tr ir im re I Inn no -ttiii"ls 1 i-i i atut r nl and PumylMUii4 ut-iiuo ttu I b.vntb fctrcci nortuv et. Tin I'm Km. Wasldngtnn Circle I at Twenty third orect. .t w iitimpmreaua rcnu-tnn:4. . i , ami i lutalniug an ciiucitruu suttm a-li nt ton Mi Phi i hoi Mtiar- l at Vermont iretmi' I. K and Fifteenth -trirti niiitnliiliig mi e-gueitrUu ttatue ol Ucueral M l'hLron rairognt luareiiiUnnncfFinut nvniue I U andeveiitienth urects, containing usuiluo of Admiral larrugut. Duponttlrde at New Hampshire cmneitl cut and Mafcuchu-ttta uvemn an 1 iot teetitb pttti.t, holding tho statuu oi Almlial IiuiHJUt 'lhls circle 1 In tlm hurt ot the irost arlitt-tratlo i irt oi the cit beott Clnlo, at ltlHHleNluil mid Ala- u Mi Kttnuviinii'aaml blxtittith -in t ut lu lug ull tejueitrldUfatatucol Genet alU liHl 1 btott Thorn is I In Julius at tlie Inti r-e i' not .i im ut and Ma-suliii-t-tts u mi' - mil M md Ir.iiirtttiilJi btrtttH An iu -u mi (.tutut i f e,iiuiitHitori.o II Tn mi-udniit tlilnthnitiialusLun.it iU 1l UltiePuik ut Land Twelfth -trt tt md Mil' !H(llllMtlt llVlIIIIU Ulld hjlltltt I UK it Ti nth und I und Mu-sadiu- it- n' it two inuiiglos btautlfiillj Wii .ml i I foi Hull iu I il -lull i I ILe nluul - tr, m win h tljLV git thill I1IIU10 Mounts 1 1 non Pl.no Im hides N a t - I Mniii liui-tlt ucnuet md ik i twt ii he vi nth and Mnth -u - ' v nliRiiit totiiitaliilntliuieimi -i i i m Hilt 1 lauiiful park. low u t lulu tsut Vermont av II I ' 'md iiviinieH. PandTl litmith n ei i Itrutil liuue Is uu tli Franklin Miucre Li twt ii ' ti nth mid 1 urtm th - hrttli nli iU!giuil i ! I Miiulb i i iti i I' inoiiml "iu id ' I lux an' r Wl.nh "Ui i!'" '' Haw liii- . in e i. it ' NtW l jrk i-'C on in i i Whit. 1I.1USI i 1 cm uu d tf n ir ailK avenue u it V 1 K ImilB'l i ii b i l ... l THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Uiijm nml Hour, of .ritlii2 In audi Out or a iiMilns-toii. nr.i'Aitn itiiH. freiiu It. mill I. nintlon For BriMoTi 5 p. m (TTlihont chingo cf car ) For New Vork-7-' H. H M (limited, all Pull- man turlorear-), 11 and 11 i'a m n ,, 2, i Ulir.ltel( all parlor carsj, i to, 10, li-jd p. m For Philadelphia-: 0. 0 to (llmltMl), tl and II to a. in. (dally for New orfc an I IMladdihlfti; l.'W, I (limited), 4 1(7, 6(t. 10andll)p.m For baltlmoro C a Tr, tl, 0 W (llmltcil), 0 W, 11 idaliy excert Mindar), ant 11 w a. m ; l.od (aecomotlatlom, i, 4 (limited), 4 w, 4 -o, 4 40, c-ro. ,0. 10 and 11-jo n. m oi Mmdny ntlj nt f-o'.n. ra , local for Bill! n ore und way stations. For thiiagu, Cincinnati and Ft, Lonls 050 a. in mmttedinnd n.ioand 10 p. m. FtrLuCalo. Llmira and Ilarrf-burtf 0 SO a, m nnd 10 p. m Tor AnnuioiU t js a ra , 1 J ns. I ia and 6-od t m Sundays at tin m and 4 10 n. m) FtrPtrctriek Lire TsMn. tu , HO p, m. t n wtck dajtonlr. For Alexai dr!-C.t.iP to,ia&7a m: 1201, 8 ffi, 4 g 4-r, oi, h m iv and 11 .17 p. in. Sundays ate, ', IT.tOJT.a m ,r,"A0wl ami lump m) For Itlthmond und tho Houth-0 and 1ft ? a, m,aud4ip m., Maliy except tiunday) via Ailntiei'oat Line. For tlnelnnutl, Louisville and M. Louts, via Oerai-fiikcnnd oiili 5-Vi p. m. For ft rt Moan. Newport t)W'8 aud Ilor folk C-M) und 10 Ha m-Ceiccpttund-iyii ) For Ix "burg, bound 11111 and t-ofnts on w o. A. w.u a, m. (dally except bunday) erd4 IS p. m For Mhiih'uhs, Thoroughfare (lap and Front Hoyal s J3 p. m , en e t htindayi For W irnntoti f uo a ra.; S "0n. m. (dally) i or Lynchburg, Atlanta and NewOrioiiM (I'll and 11 -o a. m. (daily for Atlanta), and 11 p. m , via Midland. Horn II. A O. Mint luii. For B iinmnre 8, SC C U 7 30, f-M and 0 IS ft tn 1.M1. l-.l, 8 13. S W. I W, 4 4 K7, 6 jo e i i..iiand 11 up ro. tmhun- tins, i ffl. T-n.i JOtmdu -n m. i js, 1 M, 8.A J ' t io .' jo, ti i',trJj tl 'iop ' FurAniini-titiit ii tu, n lo a m .md l. to an 1 4'ip m Sunday, f Jo a in Mnl4 irt p.m. FcrPtilntot LtKk Frt'dcrklr-Hi HMt'-Viitm i 5.nip in. I ledciiikoii MiiuUy l:lAp,m For iiiiit In Mienaiidoaii Vniier nt far as Lura)-)5i m iluiiy. except undy Fcr OnuherbtirgiM 'md ! w a m : WJIO, 4 -io t jj, i 0', c Wand n in p m dally, ex- ttl t Miudati mi Sunday liiMO a m , 113, sw, f "jft nnd lirjap m. I-or HactrMown mm a m and 6.W p u. dnlly, rXiepltunday. Forthliato 1 Via m.iilOp ra diily FurPfitifl'urg lu V. a m,bMr ru da'tv FcirClirIi.natl, Lolviliu audet. Lom J 13 and U 10 p, m daliy .lltJtIA AI.M At It. flint I. Hllitliiu, From Jlti'ton 13 45 a m (Lxtre-s) rrum New ork 5-, n. und io ih in , 1 30, t, J M 4 (llmlletl), 7 Ii (newt, 6 IS, 3,13 (limited; and 10 17 p. m rwm laltlmore SaS, )iia, ?. 6 3S. 6 IS, 0 30, at d io n a m : I m. tf. 1 . t, S 50, -is few), b Vi, t- is. nnd 10 17 p m From I hit iito, M. 1j mis, Pitt ii g and Ctn- elrcatl-tWkudDJjU a m , nd 15 pin. From Annapulls 800 a ra :l-Jo iii"ilp m IrombtiOalo, ilmlra and Ilambarg u Ja, tn. nnd 7.43 p tn From Manat-i-as, Thorotichfare U ip and Front bojal V ,7 a. m., txetj-t bun In s From Warn uton- 8 10 a. m., - ol, s.4 and D 40 m. From Atlanta, New Orleins and Lym hburj b 10 a ro nnd 1J0I and f p m From Pole's (."nek Lino 6 JS a m (exceyt fcundayi) and 50 p. m. Frcmlhiladililda 3 di, 6 and 10 43 a, m.and 1J0, -', 3 io, I, 7. is mew), B 15,b 33 and 10 17 p.m. From Richmond and tho South 11 21 a. m.j SJUand 11 p to. Fre-m Alexandria 13 30 (except Mondy),6"3, b-,1', H..15, v 17, 10 33, and 1WI a. m. 140, 3-5. 8 13, B TO. 73,9 10.0 31 and 11 p. m (fcunduysat Uio, ut 11-vM a, m., SA u El and lip m. From chit inn all, Iulsvllle and bt Lonls & 'OBIKlV Rip. m lYcm fort Mtnroe, Nuwrort News and Nor folk 3 40 p. m (dally except aunday). FromJtonnd Hill, Let-burn and iolntPon V O.JfcW s 10a m.anddAip m Tho7ea log train doe) not run on buudays. At II. A O. Htiltlon. Frcra Daltimoro-co, F 10, fr:w, m. 10 J IP 13 and It n a ra : 1 w, i-os, 4 30, a A), 6 s 7.1'i, 8.8 13 and WW p. m ; 13JO a tn. on Sunday. 8 10, 10, 10A, 10 43 a ra . 230, 3 03, L '.ii, c A h, a ii, u JO n is ; IJ A a m. From Annai-ollslo and 10.t3a.ro, Upland fiJOp m.(MindaylOJ3 a m.and6Up.m) Frcm Frwlerlck 8 J, wis a m and 4 jo, b 17 p ra dally, except bunday uu bun Cny. '3n in. FTfmIlart-cr'sFerry-3 15p rn dally. From OaJtheritbure-? 43. bio, 0 05. J!A a m.'i6 4,3 iD.i?.17and 11-jOp.m. sun dav.t1."1 10 Ma m 5:i3,( lrandUJOp ra Fron llageretown ii a a m and 1.13, 4 jy, f-17 p in dtilly.fxtt.it bumlay From t hit ago and Plttshurg 1 ju and 730 a. m nnd 4'.i) p. m. dally. rrom Cincinnati, Louis villa and St. Louis t-Jia. m. and l 13 d. m daily PROVISIONS CtlltCLK MAItKi:T. Having Iur j ctiattd the htrrk and gooil will of iTlrclo Market, corn r of t. are and L st., we earn estly solicit the liberal pitronage cltcn our pretletefsors, and, by making nnen additions io itotk uu the demand may require, wltu careful atttntion to butlnesa an I prompt de liviryof crders, boio to glvo nitlnfactloa to all who i atroni7o ui Itcsrcetfully. 8 L tllLLKTT A S II OWTNNE, Bnrr?iifloriitnT s tlrookn .1- f' ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. pAJUIIKLL CA1IIUUTUM, Attornoy-at-Law, UASEorn Liw BntDo fo Lt. An., WASniNfiTON, D. C. Resident.. No. lfilB U street northwest m MEDICAL. W1MK, l'MK ILOl'KI) I'AItTS ot the Irdy cnlnrfre.1 nml MrcnslliemM Full rartl(tilar.fnt (.ealefll fne LK1E MED1 CAL CO. llltfALO. N V. MMKEMESS Or the Lkjnor Habit Can lie Onred liy Adinlnlnterlne l)r,llalnea tloldea bpeeiflc. Can bo given in a ennof eoffeoortea with ont tbe kuowleege of tho fcrson taking It It is absolutely harmless, and will effect a per ronncrt nrd speedy euro whether tbepntlcnt Is a moderato drinker or an aicohelio wroek. It baslttn clren In thousands of crtt'es.and In eviry In-tame a icrfnteur his folio wet, ltnett-r rail, the Trt,u ouco Impreg nated wub the pC' W' It I ccomea an utter Irait -tiliillty fr the l)iUur npiwtltts to exlit. cr ' ty F Wan, under Ebbltt Houe; K K lltlilitnstino, iurteentb ttrcet and itriii'iiui u.tmv, upiiuiftwii. Vtt II AIlLI PHI i It i Ur.M.V.l'ncaCurboIan!o!Tur luhuli nt. brnJ rer ev Paoiphlet sua Mniethi I'sivr TANSY PILLS i ffd W l.iiintiiiirt'tl iin I lor In nil VI tiilifm nr tili r, tumlfil, lioi v u IM i,rltilfan mikirutiiB. 1 rr fliU Hfiiivtl llmi. ) all lriitf mb ur mni T i - t 'ct it for nun i at i himiiv si'i.4 ii 11 n riiiiuuu,. 111. beott, t n mweli A Co Agts, Washington, U C. ,t"ta;ie?:3l:Sii! Ieali.",ij?-itl ' LADIKS' IZiiViiiI ur Itmii'i tnu-i, n t-ar i,ii uim ' aw -.km t y ui hur tin limit i1Wu ) itin tho wuiU I r bito i all Urocer and Mo. lvakr. dlMES L UVKBOLH, Joblng Ageuta, Washington 0 C EUGENIE'S Secret of Beauty InMnntHiioou! II air Mti In ll Hlind(i, J IViHUilMuht lll'iudu CunJiH lliiu'U J. ROCHON, 537 15th st. n.w, 012Hthst.n,w feRiEAFNESS B f7'Z &? Br.ii.i i.immiiiiii.ii)p nJssSiOL Consumption, ffimsL rsassrS mmmt is 1 tlSSI !aVU no