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THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON", D. C, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1884.
Safe Deposit Co.
Fireproof Storago Warohouso of
tho District of Columbia.
A new Institution, In Its Ilreprool Building,
built expressly lor tho Bate Deposit busluejs, a
structure unsurpassed In character and complete
ncss by any building lor a similar purpoieln the
hebbutb- & co;s
llorglar and FIrrproor Vanlts, Safes unci Boxes,
villi tho very litest Improvements Hsr.
gcant A (Irecnlcar Time Locks
Safes can be rested nt .l to MOO per annum,
according to slro and location. An extra size for
Corporations. Bankers and Capitalists. Call and
see them. There are no dnpllcnto keys held by
tho company and no sale Is rented twice with the
ami lftr nrt It
No two locks alike. The depositor has posse
Dion of tho only keys to his safe.
Fersons coins abroad or leaving tho city lor tho
Rummer months should avail thcmselres of tho
advantages offered by.thls company for the safe
keeping of Bonds, Betftrltlcs, Jewelry, riate ond
other valuable. Clothing, l'alnllngs. Works of
Art, Flanos, Brlc-a-Brac. Rugs. Carpets, Ac, a.
wilt be accommodated at low rates. Take action
before, rather than alter, your valuables aro
stolen or burned.
OFFICE nOUItS-0 a. rn. to p. m. (Saturdays,
o o. m. to 8 p. m.)
Wm. 0. Mctzerolt, President,
lohn T. Lcnman, Vice-President.
SAMUEL cnoss. BeorcUry and Treasurer.
W. W. tillEENFIELD, Assistant Secretary.
O. W. MOllU AN, Supt. of Vaults. mylM2t
Our Special Claim to Superiority
in tho Roady-Mado Clothing lino
lies in tho fact that our garments
aro all mado in a style oqual to
Custom Tailors' productions; their
fit Is perfect, tho solection largo
and attractivo, and by reason of
our very large facilities and exten
sive transactions our pricos are
particularly low and economical.
Geo. F. Tims & Go.
400, N. W. Cor. Seventh and D Sts.
Seems to yield every tlmo to treatment with
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DrAUlAnnuuniii ci, v., cruii en, cos..
Your most valuable medicine (SWIFT'S Hl'K-
CIFIO) has done mo so much good that I (eel
llko sai lng this lor tho bcnetlt
lor iuo Dcueut ui wn
.a nnUnned hv 1'OIH
jive lata, i was
olsoned by POISON OAK and
saw not n well day lor six years nntll I used
SWIFT'S SPECIFIC. In the six years I used
almost every kind of medicine, but nono had the
desired e fleet. After mint six bottles of HWXIT'H
SPECIFIC I am restored to perlcct health will
not a iltm of that mcfuipolion Irrts
Yours truly. DAVID NESBITT.
I had for thirty-eight years suffered every
spring and summer with Poison Oak, which I
cautracted In bathing when a boy. I tried every
thine for It, Including many physicians, but with
out any benefit. I took six bottles ot Swift's
Bpeclllo (H. B. B,) four years ago, and It cured mo
sound and well. Three summers have passedaod
I have had no return of It.
Our trcatlso on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free to applicants.
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New York office, 150 W. 23d St., between Sixth
and Seventh avenues,
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requires no change of diet or nauseous, mercurial
or polaonons medicines to bo taken Internally,
When used AH A PREVENTIVE by either sox,
It Is Impossible to contract any venereal dispose;
but In tho cose of those already UNFORTU
NATELY AFFLICTED with Gonorrhoea and
Gleet, we guarantee 3 boxes to cure or we will re
fund the money. Trice by mall, postage paid. 12
per box, or 8 boxes for is. WRITTEN UUAR
ANTKKH Issued by all authorized agents. DK.
FELIX LE BRUN it CO.. Bole Props. BtOtt A
Jromwell, Sole Agents, Washington 1). O, Ju7
HB-A.X,TH IB WElA.I.'rXrI.
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guaranteed speddo lor Hysteria, Dizziness, Con
vulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache,
Nervous Prostration caused by the use of
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Insanity and leading to misery, decay and
death. Prematura Old Age, Barrenness, Loss ot
power In cither sex, Involuntary Losses andSper
matorrbcea caused by over-exertion of the brain,
self abase or over-indulgence. Kach box con
tains tho month's treatment. It a box, or six
boxes for 13. sent by mall prepaid on receipt of
price. WE flUARANTKE HIX. BOXES to euro
any case. With each order received by ns for six
boxes, accompanied with 15, we will send the pur
chaser our written guarantee to refund the money
ft the treatment does not etlect a ours. Guaran
tees Itsued only by Stott A Cromwell, Washing
Schooner Elliot L. Dow Is now afloat with 3 500
barrels of the celebrated Lawrenco lloscndale Ce
ment. Notwithstanding the superior quality of
this cement It will be eoldat a price to compete
with any cement new on this market. Dealers,
Contractors and Builders In need of an excellent
Cement. In barrels, would do well to consult mo
before purchasing their nupplles. As heretofore,
I shall always keep a lull stock ot Cumberland
Cement, lu sacks, which Is to well known here to
Seed any Indorsement. My warehouses are so
tuated as to be convenient for work In all sec
tions of the city. Inquiries solicited.
J. M. WSEATLET,
Office, Yard and Warehouse, cor, Id st. and Indi
ana avenue northwest.
Wharf and Warehouses, foot of 10th st, a, w,
Warehouse, foot of ad at. s. e
JOSEPH BART & CO.,
Orltio Building, 511 Ninth St
Vina Work ISxaontoil l'romptly.
A. B, KEYEH. 3. tk SMITH.
ICB-SrOEJS 3e CO.,
Close fnrrlax ea for Weddings, Calls and Recep
tions. Boarding and Livery Stable, Wlllard's
Hotel Stables, corner 11th and K sts.
Rosen ale Cement
THE KVENMNG CRITIC.
KHTADLtHltKI) AU0U8T .
The special bulletin Issued from tho Signal
Oftlco today pays
On Wednesday fair weather Is Indicated for
tho Middle and South Atlantic BtltoJ.
Ilnll'N Wiiitlior lrplictlofiH.
Higher temiieratuts; htghor baromston
probably slight change In thn wcathor toward
evening to cloudyor mini slight rise In winds
through the day t wlnda Cuuthoint and south
west near ovcnlng tnnorthwoet. To-day will bo
next to tho holiest day up to ditto. Tomporaturo
fl n, in., DOH'l maximum, 81. In a tow days
look for warm weather. Indications for to
morrow point to warmer and belter woathor.
1'. 8. Ball struck tho woathor yostorday
right In ovory particular.
THE MORNINQ HEWS,
I.ncnl lilKt fleiicrnl, Itolleil Dmvn,
Worliril (Iter nnil I'tirnlHlipil Up
Tliopm-lnmni will lo llKlitctl at 7:30 p.
m.nnd extinguished atUn. m,
Ml Nell If, ilaughter of Qonoral C. O.
Carroll, Is dangerously 111 at her homo,
Tliero wcro twolvo dcntlis at Havana
from yellow (over during tho wook ondod rrl
day. CliarlcsD. Gtoorao.onoof thooltlost OiW
Fellows In Delaware died 8unday, ngod 81
I'.lcven hunJrctl norsonshnvobconburnod
to death In a great conQagratloa la Aneora,
Prlnco DonJerkoff-Korsakofr, Governor
of tho Caucasus, has nrrlrod with his sulto la
tho Ucrvy district,
Tho Iiasslan Government intonds to
modify tho customs duties In such a way as to
encourago foreign trade
Ilurtscli and Krazowskl havo boon con
victed of treason nt Lelpslo and oontencod to a
ong torm of penal servitude.
Tho tvill of tho lato Barnh I!. Kotlman,
filed yceterdny, loaves tho ostato of tho do
ceased to nor turoo daughters.
DuiIdk a BtoTtn at Petersburg, Vs., last
night, Allco Jones, colored, was struck by
lightning and Instantly klllod,
Tho Ecpubllcans of Nowcajtlo Countr,
Del., havo nomlnatod rrank O. Btldhatn lor
ehcrlir and Charles E. Sparks for coroner.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Barkhart cele
brated tbolr silver woddlng anniversary at
holr rcsldonco, No. 711 K stroot, last night.
Tbo Arctic stcamor Alert, tho storcjhlp
and loot ot tho threo vessels ot tho Urooly re
lief Heotroachod St, John's, N. 1'., lastoron-
In Kcw York yesterday Daniel T. Dono
van, 20 years old, was sontoncod to Stato prison
tor llfo lor killing a bar tender namod Josopb.
Dr. J. Dennis Pitts shot and killed Dr.
Thomas Walter, n, rival practicing physician,
on Tangier Island, Saturday, from motlvos ot
A match gamo of baseball will bo playod
this altcrnoon at Eleventh and II streets north
cast, betweon tho Blare, of East Washington,
&Euiuutiiu9Ut aunu naauington.
In n street fight nt Coal Bluffs, Pa., Sat
urday night, Wm. Craig knockod Thomas Daw
son down and then ticked bis brains out. Tbo
light was tho result of an old grudgo,
Tbo wool-growers In convontlou at Chi
cago yesterday rosolved that thoy would not
support any party or any man that was not In
favor of restoring tho wool tariff ot 1807.
Mrs. F. IT. Bmitb, tho wifo of Qonoral
rrancls II. Smith, superintendent ot tho Vir
ginia Military Institute, tiled at Loxlngton,
Vn., on Sunday morning, at an advanced age;
An interesting lecture was delivered by
Dr. L. D. Mcintosh, or Chicago, at Masonic
Hall last night, showing with a storooptloon
animal and vcgetablo tissues, living In
Major Thomas P. Morgan, of this city,
lias been awarded by tho Harbor Board of
Baltlmoroa contract tordredglng 00,000 cubic
yards ot matorlat from tho public docks and
back baBln ot that city.
Owing to tbo delays occasioned by tho
Interruption ot tho cablo betweon Havana and
Key West, telegrams to and from Cuba and
elbor West India Islands aro now transmitted
via Fanama and Oalvcston.
Tho soft-glove contest In Philadelphia
last night between Mlko Oleary and William
Sbcrrlff. better known as "Tho Prussian."
was ot short duration, BherrlU being knocked
out ot tlmo in ono mlnuto and nro soconds.
A movement Is on foot to establish an
Immigrant landing depot in rhlladolphla, and
with that end In vlow a delegation from that
city called at Castlo Oorden, New York, yostor
day and bad an Interview with the Emigration
Tho forcet fires along tho lino of tho
Philadelphia & Roadtng Railroad aro some
dlstancofrom tbo road-bed, and not within
reach ot tbo mountain houses or saw-mills.
Tho only damage done so far Is tho destruction
ot woodland and cord wood.
Thrco tramps broko into tho house of
Michael Shaerfer, near Annvllle, Pa., Sunday
night, and bound and gagged Mr. Uhaoffer.
After robbing tho placo thoy sot It onllroand
fled. The houso was burnod down, Mr.
Schactler escaped with somo difficulty.
-Tho Cambria Iroti Works Company of
Pennsylvania has Med a bill lu equity In tho
Supremo Court ot Boston against tbo Cincin
nati k 8t. Louis Ilallroad Company, In which
tho plaintiff alleges that the dotondant road
Is Indobtod to It In the- sum ot $'23,010 tor
Michael Reddy, a stccrago passenger on
tho steamer Cephalonla, which arrived at Bos
ton Sunday, was takon from tbo steamer to a
hospital whero ho died shortly attorward. Ills
death was caused from blows on tho head In
flicted during a light. Wm. Bmltb, a steward,
has been arrested.
Qcorgo Adams, a colored man, and a
ringleader In tho riot ot last November, got
Into difficulty la Danville, Vn., yesterday and
was knocked down; thereupon the Mayor
mado application for troops at tho municipal
election on tho 22d Instant, and It Is feared
there will be trouble.
At Frostburg, Md last ovonlng a colored
man called Alf, employed by Johnson Broth
err, while Intoxicated cut Joshua Johnson on
the arm and hand and then slashed hlmsolt
on tho throat. lie was knocked down and
locked up, but not until ho bad out a by
stander. The wounds ot nono ot the men aro
Tho Sovereign Co-opcratlvo Association
held their annual olectlon ot oruaers last
night, which resulted In the olectlon ot tho
following officers for tho ensuing yoari J. W.
Orlflln, prosldenti Wm. Van Vleok, vlco-pros-ldent;
James Prlntz, troasuror, and Messrs. J.
O. Tipton, J. 0. H. Burger, Augustus Kuhuor
and J.B. ailUliau, trustees.
Perry Hamilton, a well-known colored
rough and politician, was found doal Ian
Sunday en tbo railroad track In
Wilmington, Delaware, a train of
cars harlng passed over him, Tho police be
lieve that Ilamllton was murtlorod anl his
body placed on tho track, and a colored man,
named Elijah Benson, suspected ot tho crime,
has bcon arrested.
Tho Union Voteran Corps, First Com-
fiany, held their regular moetlug
ast night and heard tho roport ot tba Commit
tee on Transportation, who roportod that ar
rangements bad been mado to carry 1,500
people to rrederlckeburg, Va., on Decoration
day, Tho corps will bo accompanied .from
Wosblogton by tho Washington Continentals,
Custer Camp, Sons of Voterans. and George O,
Meade Post, CI. A. It., Major Dillon. Tba ora
tors tor tbo occasion will bo Commissioner J.
It. Vt. ITnna A IT. 1'nltlhAnA- fV A. ItiMitAtlrt
I and Horatio Blsbeo, Jr. The musla will bo
furnished by the Arlon Quartet Club and Pis.
-u-.u a .u,,.4 .iiv; niit uu jiiv, mi Dugiiuca
nurg ny the Fredericksburg arays, First Vlr.
Olnla Volunteers, It. E. Loe Camp, from Bton
mond, and Maury Camp, ot Fredericksburg.
Tho National Library and Sclontiflo As
SiS8"" .'Blb. nsm of a now assoolatloa
J2?22?2.,M '?'d Uall last night. About
itnHSJ8 gentlemen assembled, Dr. Thomas
Taylor presiding and Thomas I. Gardner sec
retary. The constitution and by-laws woro
adopted. Mr.Oardnersald that tho object ot
tho association was to establish a library and
a nlaco of meeting for lovers ot ntnrAtn nn,i
scientific research an association somewhat
Ilka tho Young Men's Christian Association,
with tho element ot religion loft out. Tho fol
lowing commltteo was appointed to solect
names of officers and report to tho assocli
tlom James A. Dumonr, A. L. Bturdovant, J, o.
Long, Dr. Culver and Dr. Tnomas Taylor. T,
S. Verdi, J, M. Morrison, Thomas I, Gardner,
Dr. French and L. A.DuI'ro wero appointed a
committee to secure slgnaturos to the consti
eon. we have th
n sack suits, tour but.
nco Albert frocks, In all
wine, port, cnorry aan
nnot holn to ploaso you.
Btotbere, corner Seventh and B,
r.ininl to Any Ilmorgonoy.
Utile Hock Gazette. .
Truly great men aro equal to any emer
gency. DurlDg the tiro In Wlllard s Hotel
yesterday Assistant Secretary of the Interior
Jcslyn saved three ladles' hats, and Uolonul
Morrison gallantly pitched hU trunk out ot
ihe window, scattering tariff literature broad
cast over the sldenalk.
BUSINESS MEN MOVINQ
To l'rotrof Their lutrrpnlfi Arriillltt
ViillcrtiNt.il t'oimiierrlnl Airctils.
In answor to n call issuod last wook by busi
ness men for a mooting at flhoa's Halt last
night to protest against tho action ot thu Houso
ot lioprctcntatlvos In removing tho tax ot
(200 from commercial agents coming to this
city from tho States to sell by sample, about
fitly of tho leading merchant assembled last
night to ralso tbelr voices against an out
rageous discrimination against tho District.
Mr. Harbour, ot thn firm of Barbour k
Hamilton, was chosen chairman, and Mr. 1'.
II. lllll was mado secretary.
Some ot the llnnaronrosentod were A, Saks
k Co., Harbour k Hamilton, Lansburgh h Bro,,
Julius I.aneburgb, J. II. Kendall, mil k Du
vnll, Browning t Mlddlolnn, N, II, Hhoa, 1'. rt,
lllll, J, Baumgarten, W, M. Oalt k Co., J. II.
Mnsruder, W. MuolbHtioii, 1'. 1'. May, Blmuol
Bacon k Co, and 8. H. Daoon.
Chrie. Aimer and W, tf. Anderson sont lottors
expretslrg regret nt not being obU to partici
pate. A di tilt nt o bill prepared by the District Oom
nileelctiers providing n tax ot $100 on tho
agents was rulitmtud by Gonernl rotor 1'.
Bncnp, but was not favorably rocelvod.
Mr. Horatio Browning favored tho appoint
ment ota commltteo to prepare a bill to sub
mit to Congress, and the mooting ndoptod this
rerolullon, and provided that tbo commltteo
consist ot eoron who should havo authority to
employ counsel toproparoa draft that would
meor, wun tno approval oi tno District, uom
mtesloners. Tbo chair named tho following commltteo t
1'. r. Bacon, Oustavo Lansburgb, r. 1'. May,
TbcodoroS, Meyer, r. II. 11111,1. Saks and J.
Mr. Barbour stated that tbo objoctof tbo
meeting was to get a bill boforo Ooncress and
to protest ngalnst that passod by tho Houso, so
that It shall not go through tbo Senate. Gen
eral Bacon held that tho bill now In Congress
was unconstitutional and would bo go de
clared in any court to which It might bo takon i
It discriminated ngalnst homo industry and
would ruin nil business In tho District.
Mr. A. Saks said that ho favored tho Vir
ginia law, which imposed a tax oft 100 on all
outsldonrms doing buslnoss lntho State and
an additional llconsa on tho agont. Ho expa
tiated on tbo hardships ot tho District mor
chant, and said that ono Baltimore arm
claimed that It was tho only ono out ot fltty
doing business horo that paid allcenso fonts
Tho attention ot tho mooting was called by
Mr. Browning to an alloged discrimination
against Washington by tho Tolophono com.
pany, who had given Baltimore connections
wllbn number ot Maryland towns and Ignor
A committee, consisting ot Mossrs. Browning
and Bhoa, was appointed to Investigate tho
matter. Tho books ot tho company show six
teen Maryland towns on tbolr linos.
DOUGLASS AND QREQNER.
Tno WiMlilitatonlniiH Slnlio Hiiocclici
nt tho A. BI. 12. Conforcnco.
At the mcotlcg ot tho A. M. E. Oontoroneo In
Baltlmoro yesterday Frod Douglass, T.
Thomas rortune, editor ot the Now York
Vlobt, and It. T. areenor, ot Washington, D.
C, woro Introduced,
When Mr, Douglass was Introduced Bishop
Wayman reminded tho audlonco that ho was
from tho CaBtorn Bhoro ot Maryland, Mr.
Douglass thought tho honor dono him by tho
conforonco was not undoserrel, tor his fidel
ity to tho causo ot liberty had novor fallod.
no pledged himself that whatever occurrod
In tho futuro ho would bo oqually uncompro
misingly in favor ot those great principles
which olevato tho colored race. Uo looked
tor tho tlmo when, under tho star-spangled
banner, thcro should ho but ono liberty, one
equality for all tho people ot tho Unltod
States. Ho thought of all tbo powers la tbo
land tho pulpit was tho greatost. It Is groator
than the press or tho ballot.
Mr. Fortuno thought tho A. M. II. Church
would assert ltselt and show that It did groator
good and had mora forco than any similar In
stitution In the world.
Mr. Greener said titty years ago there was
in Baltimore a racoot negroes who wero In
tellectual giants. Hczoklau Grlco, colored,
wnstheilrst man to successfully onglnoora
colored religious convention. It was hold In
rhlladolphla In 1837. Thorn woro Ave mem
bers, and Urlco was tho loader. Mr. William
Wirt was on ono occasion badly caught by
Orlce. Mr. Wirt, In roply to an Inquiry from
tho latter, said bis chargo tor a local opinion
was $S0. Grlco paid the money, and tbon
asked tor tho legal status ot tho negro as an
American citizen. Tbo great lawyer declined
togivoan opinion, saying tno expression ot
his opinion would cost him bis placo as At-torney-aoneral.
Tho speakor said "riis
negro Is not at all interior In any rospect.
There nover was a tlmo when his intelligence
was not seen and felt. Betoro the emancipa
tion of slaves In Now York a Journal was pub
lished by a negro, and It was as good as many
ot the nogro Journals of to-day. During tbo
next fifty years tho civilization ot this country
will depend not on tho whites, but on the
negro. It Is an Interior religion whoso tost la
color and not character. It was a black man
who rellovod Josus Christ and carrlod the
crops, and tho black man has now to rollevo
Itln wnrM ' fT.mi(t- cnntlnnnil nnntftnln 1
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A Word to Ulcycllstst,
The visiting bicyclists aro cortalDitsm Ono
looking bodyotyoungmon. Tbovarfo shapely,
too, and show off to cxcollon)s?advantago la
tncir Knee oreocnes, uiamrse, tney only
wear tho abbreviated aiSTTocnoa wlion bicy
cling. Wo will voluaffior a suggestion. It Is
thlst The best obRo In the country to buy
rendy-mado chiming of all kinds Is at tho arm
ot IloblnsQparker k Co., southeast corner ot
Bcvenlhetnid D streets.
X Counter Movement.
Tho "business men's" demonstration In
favor ot the ronoralnatlon ot President Arthur
will como off at tho Cooper Union, Now York,
this evening. Tho friends ot Mr. Blalno aro
circulating a call torn similar manifestation,
which will bo held within a week ot tbo meet
log of the Chicago Convention, "la favor ot
such on administration ot tho government as
will enable tho country to maintain its solt
respect abroad and restore to tho American
name Its former prestige among tho nations
ot the earth," Tno call Is only In manuscript
as yet, and it is used tor private circulation
among tho followers ot the "Plumed Knight"
at the up-town clubs, but la duo time It will
uioeeom into a lormai summons tor a puona
meeting at tho Academy ot Music, la order to
break tbo moral effect ot the Arthur move
ment. Mr. Blaine's managers say tor every
merchant and bankor on tho Arthur call they
can got a duplicate, or trlnllcato. and that,
too, without any personal appeals on tho
floors ot tho down-town oxehanges. And what
Is more, thoy say their list ot speakers will
not be headed, as tho Arthur meeting Is, with
u rampant troo-trador like Ilenry Ward
I'reimrlni; for Decoration lny.
At thomeotlngof the Decoration Day Com
mltteo ot Grand Army Hall lost night o portion
of the programme for memorial day was de
cided upon, Tho subcommittees on lowers,
transportation and Unance roportod that thoy
bad perfected arrangements In tholr depart
ments. The commltteo on spoakers announced
tho following names:
Arlington Cemotory-Orator, Hon. Htawart
Woodford, of New Yorki poet, Will Carloton, ot
New York. Musla by ibo Marino Hand,
congressional cemetery Services to bo In
chargo of Major J. P. Wood; orator, Major II.
J.arlfford,ot Washington; pool, Hou. Charles
Murphy, of West Vliglnla; chaplain, llav. N,
II. Naylor, of Foundry Church; music by tho
choir or tho Metropolitan Presbyterian Church,
under tho leadership ot Mr. D. F, MeGowan.
The general commltteo decided to order 0,000
additional Hags. Thoy will bo planted on tho
graves In company with the Uoral tributes,
Tho Ladles' Aid Society notlUod tho committee
that they would begin making Uower designs
In Grand Army Hall on the '20th instant.
lutcrcHtlnc to l.mllcs.
Just received, n largo assortment.
and shingle bangs aqd.wavosotjMrStyles and
shades. Our long ljfthMsTstSrwo sell at $1,
tormor prlco JO.EOjWrWot all kinds dressed
and hair brnliuun in ta nil Bnaaos. Bouchard'
tier aoldeartiffir WoM Mils. H. HELLER.
into street uortuwest.
Holmes Hold for tbo Grntid Jury.
James Holmes, the colored saloon koonor ot
South Washington, who was betoro Judge
Snoll'a court last week for receiving stolen
goqds a box of medicines and Instruments
the property ot Dr. Patterson, was up yestor
day again, the caso having been continued for
The latter testlfled that nolmes met him
and nBked him If he wanted to purchaso n box
otmedlclnos that a man had his (Holmes')
Mecsrs. Campboll Oarrlngton and Maurice
bmlth appeared tor the dofonse and claimed
that tho Government had not shown any
guilty knowledgo on tbo partot tho dotondant.
'the Court held otherwise, and tho case was
sent to tho grand Jury.
Ono of JfnilKO Nncll'H l'eciilliir Jntlic
inoiim. A ypung colored man named Jacob Marley
was behind tho bai sat the Pollco Ooutt this
morning chargod with being n suspicious per
son. ThecomplalnantwasDr. Benson, ot N
street, betweon Seventh and Eighth. Ho
stated tbat last night about I) o'clock ho hoard
a uqIso In Iho upper part ot his house, and on
making an investigation ot tbo promises he
found the prisoner eecietod under tho bed In
the room ot tba servant girl.
Ills lienor evidently thought the Intruder
was only paying a eoclablo visit to tho Bsrvaat
slrlind had no unlawful Ituont, nnl he was
released on his personal bonds not to repaat
the offense, p
THE THIEF RELEASED
So Hint tliu ItccelTcrn of IIIH IMttM
iter Alny lin l'linlaliril llnl lliul'aet
jtemnltin Hint IMivIn llnldivln In it
Tho eccslon ot tho Police Court to-day was
largely taken up In trying charges otrocolvlng
stolen goods, knowing them to he stolon, In
connection with the recent robbery ot cutlery
from Ihe storo ot C. W. Iborn, on Ninth slroet.
Tho property was stolen by a young man,
about 10 years (Id, named Edwin Baldwin, a
clerk In tho store.
Tho chnrgo or larceny against Baldwin was
nollo proscquled eo that bo could bo used ns a
wllnece ngalnst several persons rocolrldg tho
Tho first case called was ngalnst a young
colored man named llonry a ray. Young
Baldwin was called to tho stand against tho
prisoner. Ho stated that ho cava a dozen
Knives to tho defendant to sell for htm. On
cross examination ho said ho wont to work for
Mr.Tboruontha 11th ot April and nogan to
steal knives on tho following day. Tho do
fendant admitted Belling thokulvos, but said
bo did not know that they wero stolen. Tho
Court Imposed a sentence ot six months, re
marking that this wholosalo plundering ot
merchants would havo to bo chockod.
Henry Waddell, n whlto youth, who dlsposod
of somo ot tbo stolon property tor Baldwin to
a storekeeper, also got six months. Appeals
Thos. Johnson, John a. Spring and Aloyslus
Hopkins, keopors ot etoros, who bought tho
knives from tbo boys, woro chargod with ro
cotvlng stolen goods, but woro dlsmlssod, as It
was shown thoy turned tbo goods over to tho
pollco when thoy dlscovorod that thoy woro
Wlicro nna How Games Wero Flnyod
The game betweon tbo Athlotlc3 and Wash
Ingtons at Philadelphia yestorday was one of
tho most sclentiao ot tba season, and tho
1,000 porsons who saw tbo gamo woro troatel
to a remarkably Uno oxhlbliion. In tho ninth
Inning It looked llko tho Washington hoys had
the gamo. Tho bases woro all full and tho
scoro was oven, but afoul tip and a ay taken
by Ilouck, spollod tbolr prospects. .The scoro
stood, Washingions,3 Atblotlcs, 4. Tho Wash
Ingtons mado only il errors and tho Athletics 4.
Games woro playod elsowhcro as follows t
At Blchmnnd Wilmington, 4; Virginia, 0,
Baso hits WllmluRton, 10; Virginia, t). Brrors
Wilmington, 8; Virginia, 3.
At Tronton Tronton, 0; Domestle, 1.
Uaso hits Trenton, Oi Domestic, 2. er
rors Tronton, U; Domestic, 7.
At Bending Allontown, 13; Actlro, 4. Baso
hits Allentown. 14: Active, ID. Errors Al
lontown, Oj Active, 13.
At Brooklyn Alleghony, 0: Brooklyn, 11,
Errors Brooklyn, fit Alloghony, C, Baso hits
Brooklyn, 10; Allegheny, 11.
At rrovldonce rrovldenco, 4; Dotrolt, 2.
Baso bits rrovldonce, 0: Dotrolt, 4. Errors
Providence, 7; Detroit, 12.
At New York-Buffalo, 8: Now York, 17.
Baso hits Buffalo, 10; Now York, 18; Errors
Buffalo, 0; New York, 14.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 0; Cleve
land, fi, Baso hits Philadelphia, 4; Clove
land, 0. Errors Philadelphia, 0; Olovoland,
At Boston Boston, 4; Chicago, 2: Baso
hits Boston, 10; Chicago, 11. Errors Boston,
2; Chlcogo, 0.
Wliy Not Kerp Tlicm Open In Sum
lucrT " I wish The CniTia would spoak n word in
favor ot opening tho Arsenal grounds to tho
peoplo of boulh Washington and tba citizens
generally during tho summer," remarked ouo
of the residents against whom a Cnnta per
ambulator ran to-day.
"Hero," continued tho dlsoontontod resi
dent, 'Ms tho finest plcasuro-ground In tho
city open to tho publlo during overy season ot
the year except tho ono whon It would be most
appreciated. Tho soldlors go away, and it Is
locked up until thoy return. Homo wayougbt
certainly bo dovlsed whoroby tho peoplo could
enjoy the uso ot tbo grounds. We havo no
i parks down hero whero wo can go on Sunday
ufternoons or evenings as they havo In tho
northwest section. There they havo McPhor
son, farragur, La Fayette and h ranklln parks, '
and lows, Dupont and Thomas circles all
beautiful places, adorned with trees nnd Uow
er 9. Tbo Smithsonian grounds aro all we
have. A halt dozon small parks or circles
would bo of much mora bonoat to us. Tho
Smithsonian grounds will do tor those living
In tho northern part ot South Washington;
but tor us living down nearK, I. or U streets
It is pretty far. The Arsonal grounds are a
great luxury to us now, and you can say In
jour paper that It Is the unanimous vote ot
tbo citizens that a way may bo found to keep
them open this summer."
On riding up In a car tho roportor askod tho
conductor if thoro wero many going down on
tho cars sundayB to tho Arsenal grounds.
"Yes, thoro aro; and I guess our company
will feel it when the grounds are closed."
Tho I.nto Hnm Wnri!.
Eamuol Ward, whoso doath In Italy was an
nounced yesterday, was a son of a prominent
banter of that namo who long did business la
New 1'ork, tho llrm helug Prince, Ward &
Elng. This houso had extenslro European
connections and became very woalthy. It has
been continued successively by James 0. Kins
k Sons and James U. King's Sons, a llrm which
still exists. Samuel Inherited a largo fortuno
and his connections and surroundings made it
possible tor him to choose from a great variety
ot careers. That thoro was powor In his tarn.
lly to mako their mark In various vocations Is
shown In the history ot his elstor. Mrs. Julia
Ward Howe, of Boston, Ills fortuno melted
away In youthful gayotlos, and ho engaged In
a multitude ot more or loss lucrative pursuits.
Ono of the most genial and hospitable ot mon,
ever ready to do a gracoful or kindly act at
just ine ngni moment, ne was yet ot a restless,
roving disposition. liowaswell described by
his friend, the Earl ot Uosoberry, as oao who
bad been "banker, sportsman and Oazlque."
Ono year a leader In Washington society, the
next be could bo found recuperating his dam
aged fortunes In the California mines. Wit,
scholar and poor, gourmand and political in.
trlguor, bo had seen about an ruuah. ot tho
world "from Piccadilly to California, Cochin
China to Peru" as any man living. Ho was a
good-natured, Pickwickian-looking person, op
?arently about 55, but, in fact, closely upon
0. Ono ot tho latest ot Mr. Ward's achlovo,
meats was tho "bringing out" of his nephew,
tho succesetul novelist, F. Marlon Crawford,
lie was known as tbo 'King ot tno Lobby" for
some years in Washington, but In 1878 he
withdrew from tho Capital and ho took advau.
tagoof a boom ot revived prosperity to enter
Wall street again, lie llvod much ot tho tltntj
nbroad In Englaud and on tho oontlnent, and
during tbo leisure hours in what was a very
actlro llfo ho wrote many clover verses, some
of which have been publlshod tor circulation
among his friends."
Tho Ulcclrlo Nloriu l.nst Nip; lit.
Tbo eloctrla elorm which visited this olty at
8 o'clock last ovonlng was ono ot unusual se
verity. The domo of tho Capitol attractod tho light
ning to an extent that kopt It almost uaa.
stautly Hashing along tho metal ribs, whllo
tho northeast corner tower ot tho Centre Mar
ket, tho crosses on some ot tho church towerj
nuu soveral tree tops wero struck by light
ning. The elcctrlo display whon tho market houso
toner was struck was particularly brilliant.
In tbo oftlco ot tho flankers' k Merchants'
Telegraph Company the lightning traveled
along tho wires and Botthe switch-board on
lire. Tho police and citizens extinguished
tho tire when comparatively little damago had
Tho lantern lighted bicycle parade did not
como oft owing to the storm, although a largo
crowd had assembled along tho Avouuo to
witness tho display. After tho storm about
fitly of tho bicyclers, with Ohlnoso lantorns
attached to their machines, went from the
rooms ot tho Cycle Club to the Arlington Hotel
and back again, presenting qulto a pretty and
novel appearanco. The members ot tho Capi
tal Club, without tbelr machines, but In uul
form and carrying Chinese lanterns, formed a
line and marohed around to several ot the ho
tels at which visiting ciuos aro quartorea.
To I'lmllco llnccH vln Bnltlmoi
Special tralna will leavo tho liuMfmore & Po-
tomaa Ilallroad station at lefp. ra May 'M,
HI, UU and 23 direct rorJtf9nlco races.
Tho roturn tram wUiriHavo I'lmllco after the
racer, about UiiadJrtu , arriving In Washing
ton about 7'Uapfin.
raro totiw round trip, $2, good onlyon day
uc .oniprnuq Bpeciai iraiu,
Grny Tower of Duliitouy.
Tho lovers aro whtsporlng undor thy shade
Qray tower of Dalmouyl
I leavo them and wandor alone In tho glado
, . t Benoath tboe, Dalmenyl
Tholr thoughts aro of all tho bright years
Dutmlnoaroot days andot droaras that aro
They eeo tbo fair flowers Spring has thrown
on tho grass,
And the clouds in the bluo light tholr oyos as
they pass i
Hut my foot are doop down In adrlltot dead
And I hear what they hear not, a lono bird that
What matter? the end Is not far for ua nil,
And Hprlng, through tho summer, to Wlntsr
And tho lovers' light hearts, o'en ns mlno, will
bo laid, '
At last, and forovor, low under thy shade,
814 SEVENTH STREET.
Fresh Arrivals of all
10,000 Bunches of
Elegant Tips in All Colors,
At 38c. per Bunch, worth 75c, 3 in a bunch.
5,000 Plumes in all Shades
From 50 Oonta to $1.00.
5,000 Trimmed Children's and Msses' Hats,
At 60 dents Apiece Only.
Having purchased tho Entire Stock of a New York Manufacturer at Asslrjnco
Sale, wo are enabled to ofTer tho Greatest Inducements to Buyers In Hats, Bon
nets, Flowers, Plumes, Tips, Laces and Velvets. We otter
$50,000 WORTH OF MILLINERY at UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES
CALL, AND BE CONVINCED.
814 Sovonth Stroot Northwest.
Yesterday ovonlng n blcyclo rider attempted
to go down tho hill on tho north eldo ot tho
Capitol with his legs crossed ovor the handlo
ot bis machine. Uo lost control ot his bicycle,
and It ran Into Qcorgo Breltbarth's pony. Tho
pony wouldn't tolerato any such conduct on
tho partot a Bllont stood, and proceoded to
dash down tbo hill at break-nock speod. At
tbo footot tbo hill his ponysblp collided with
ono ot tho hordla hill horses, running tho
shaft of tbo wagon to which It was attached
through tho herdlo horso's broast, killing It
Instantly. Nolthor tbo bicyclist nor tho drlvor
ot the pony woro much injured.
Hester Gray, colored, who Is said to ha over
100 years old, was sont to tbo Frood man's Hos
pital yestorday, whoro tho wilt ond her days.
Qcorgo Tlbbotts, a carponter, fell from the
root ota houso on Twelfth and I streets yos
torday afternoon and sustained Internal in
juries from which It Is feared ho cannot re
rover, no was removed to his rcsldonco at
First and I strcots southeast, and Dr. ryles,
ot Unlontowr), summonod.
Lightning struck an old treo on 0 stroot, bo
tween Second and Third, last night, splitting
It In two.
Mrs. Mary Atchison, tho ngod mother nt
OmcerJAtehlsnn, died at her residence, No.
4(1 Dofrecs street, yostorday. The funeral
wilt tako placo to-morrow afternoon at 3:30
Professor Al Birmingham was tendorod a
complimentary supper at McUauley's Ilall
last night by hla scholars.
Tho new organ tor St. rotor's Church ar
rived yosterday, and will Vio put up In tlmo
for next Sunday's sorvlco.
A few ot tho f rlonds of tho Seamen's Bothol
Iletrcat met last ovonlng to dovlso means to
clear off tho dobt Incurred In adapting tho
building to tho work ot temporsuco roform
among tho seamon and marlnci. This ovon
lng tbo W. O.T.Union will hold tholr usual
meeting, whon Mr, Qoorgo A. Hilton and sev
eral otbor carnust tomporanco advocates will
address tbo mooting and a good tlmo Is ox
peeled. ALEXANDRIA AFFAIRS.
Captain William Itushmau, after a linger
ing Illness for some months, died nt tbo resi
dence ot his son-in-law, Mr. J. II. Dyor, on
East Prlnco street about 4i30 o'clock yester
day afternoon, In tho 00th year of his age.
Captain Itushmau was well and favorably
known as a river man, but has not followed
tho water tor some tlmo past on account ot 111
health. Funeral to-morrow at 2 ;'M p. m.
Itor. Fields Coon was admitted Into tho Col
ored Baptist Convention during Its recent ses
sion In this city. llev. Mr. cook was formerly
pastor ot tbo Third Baptist Church on Prlnco
street, but a portion ot tho congregation bo
camo dlssatlslled with him becaass bo was
opposed to creating an Indobtodness on tho
church building, and romovod him, having
succeeded in getting tho eorvlcos of llev. Gra
ham. A number ot tho congregation followed
tho old pastor and hold eorvlcos In Odd-rel-lows'
Ilall, on South Columbus stroet. Rev.
Cook and bis llttlo congregation havo pur
chased a lot ot ground on tho corner ot Queon
and Alfred streets, and will begin the orectlon
tboreon shortly ot acnurch odiuco, Tho build
ing when completed will doubtless surpass any
similar building ownod by the colored poople
In this city. Thoro are at prosont twenty-threo
churches In this city in addition to several
chapels whero services aro held on Sunday at
ternoon. Tho fishing season is rapidly drawing, to a
close, and tho arrivals grow smaller dally. At
Flebtown yestorday shad sold at aiOti'lO nor
hundred and horrlng at $5gUpor thousand.
. Tho work ot digging a trench on King street
for tbo sower to bo laid from Burko k Her
bert's bank to tho wharf was commenced yos
terday. Frank Peters nnd James Bond, the two col
ored sailors who deserted from tbo schooner
John J, Ward, but were captured and lodged
In Jail, wero turnod over to the captain ot tbo
boot, which cloared from this port yostorday
In tho Mayor's Court yostorday John Swal
low was fined f5 tor disorderly conduct on the
strcots. and In default of paymont was sont to
tho chain gang for 30 days. tThreo young boys
wero fined $2.50 each tor being disorderly on
Sunday, and tho barkeeper who sold them
whisky was lined 1 10.
Tho torm ot tho Circuit Court tor Alexandria
County having boon changod from tho third
Monday In May to the fourth Monday, comes.
In contact with tho meeting ot tho County
Court, which Is fixed also tor tho fourth Mon
day; tbercforo Judgo Songster has ordorod
tho clerk to Issuo all procosaos for the County
court, to meet on the 28th Instant. Judgo
Keith will hold a special terra for tho city on
tbo namo day,
Tbo scoond wook In Juno has been deter
mined on as the tlmo by St. John's Cadet Corps
for tbelr summer encampment. Tho placo
has not yot boon selected, but It Is thought It
will bo Virginia Beach.
At a meeting ot Old Dominion Oommandory,
K.T., held last night, tho regular mooting
night was changed from tho third Monday to
the third l'tlday In each month.
In tho Corporation Court yostorday, la the
matter ot J. T, Uonderson, a motion to correct
erroneous assessment ot Uconso tax was do
med. Tho case of uoorgo mason vs. H. (;,
Ncoio was continuoa. uottrt aajour:
uourt in uoursq
Jerseys ! Jerseys!
'25 dozen Ladles' Jerseys at $1.
FAKABOLS-PAItABOtS-OOc,, II, 11.30, 11.53,
Qcrater Hprlnu Dress Goods, 12c,
Ladles' Flannel t)ulting,12o.
Merino Wool (iblrts, 'i'c. .
Cloth for Boys' Bulta, 20c.
Hprlng Dress floods, 'lie,
Wncli Bprlng Cashraorco, Mc,
Bummer Silks, 37c.
ttbeellug Cottons, 19c.
Linen Lawns, 7c
. .. . - Organdy Lawns, 10c.
Children's Taney IToie, no Beams, 15c.
Ladles' Frenih ltlbbed Uose, 'lio.
Bridal Crochet Upreads, lioo.
, . Turkey-lied TabloLlnen, oil boilod, I6e,
Black Cailmicres, Me., 49c nnd Mc,
Flsured Hn Iss Muslin, 12Kc.
India Linen, 8)jc, ioc, 12o 15c.
Colored tiros drain Dress Bilks, tl,
Fcalher-Proof Bed Ticking, 15c.
636 Pa. Avo., South Sldo.
Gnyot Siirtuj0)$3 CoutH,
best French wcjtjyKoep'a, 437 7th et.
the Latest Styles In
Baum'8 Doss Shirt, Relnforoed, Com
pletely Finished, 47 cents.
Baum'8 Utica Nonpareil, Good Cotton,
Completely Finished, COoents.
Baum's Wamsutta Cotton, Reinforced,
Fine Linen Bosom, Wristband and
Band, 92 cents.
Baum'8 Wamsutta Cotton, mado of the
Best Material ; no better mado ; no
finer sold anywhere ; $1.10.
Baum's Boys' Shirts are equally Q3 well
finished, Excellent Cotton, Linen
Bosom, Bands and Wristbands, only
We have just received ioo dozen of
Gent's Fine Reinforced Wamsutta
Shirts, which are worth from $i 25 to
$1.75 each, which we sell at 92 cents,
sizes ranging from 14 to i8. Perfect
fit guaranteed or money refunded.
008 SEVENTH ST., N. W.
Reduced Our $2.50 Jersey to $2.25.
Tho greatest bargain In the District In all shades,
namol7t Beige, Cardinal, Navy Blue, Bron,
Oarnet, Tan and Illaclc. mylQ tf
mil eleventh: st. BOtrrnEAST.
MES. SELMA RUPPERT,
008 Ninth St., Opp. Patent Office,
lias opened a New and Elegant Line o(
OniLDHEN'S LONG AND SHORT DP.KQSES.
SHOUT ULOAKB. POKIC BONNETS,
LACE AND HIIIH11ICD 0AP3
IN THE NEWL8T SI'YLha.
710 MARKET BrAGE. 710
Millinery & Fancy Goods
71P MARKET BPAOE. 710.
HOSIERY a Specialty
NINTH AND F STREETS'
RICH & CO.,
Wnolesale and Retail
Have removed their of
nee, cor, cm ana u sts.
n. w,, to
6tbanaK Sts. n. w.
3" All orders promptly
1 ;tT3Dlscoimt on tickets
! purcuaseu at omce.
S- 3ST- nDB-StTHH,
023 SEVENTH BTREET NORTHWEST,
Gold and Silver Trimmings for Regalias, Ban
ners, Ac. qpS-g
THE LAUTEN ENGRAVING CO.,
OF U85 NEW YORK AVENUE,
Furnish the best and cheapest substitute for
WOOD ENORAVINO. '
Bend for prices nnd samples. JaM
WANTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT AT THE
O. B, FORD A CO., I91N,I, AVE. N. W,
Iron Railings aud nil descriptions ot Iron Work Is
made to order. Estimates given.
422-21 Eighth Street, between D and En. w.
. Close Carriages for Weddings, Calls and Recep
tions, Boarding and Livery stable,
MaiiiuM Shirts !
I i$ 5
5 1 1
tZ sP w
TO THKMHVTll, WK8T ASD SUUHlrrTST.
DOUflLK TBACK. Bt'LKNMUHCKNEIlV.
For VuMbunth nnd the Win. Chicago Mulled
'aS."'"! ii- r1 ?ln.V Bleeping Crs at 1) 10
A. M. dallj-i r.M line, .40a. M. daily, iviih
Bleeping t'nrs from llnrrlnbarir to Cincinnati
WfBUriiKxpies.7) l'.M. daily, with Aiuco
HiimilliiAUiinSi I iv JL Ula UftllV. Willi l"ltCn
Cats to . lMttMwrHli, ftleo rcintitn dAllv Inr nhi.
euro, with sleeping Car I'lttBlinrah o Clilcn
Wall Kxprm, ID P. 11. dally lor Pit' nurx
the Wrat.n lib ralace Bleeping Car ftouWi
rin lf H kltic.nl nit Tl-a... 1. .'.. '"
1.11V i mi, n im a oiiw,u Diteuujj wir UOUl WfttlQ
BALTIMORE A POTOMAC RAILROAD.
For Erie, Canandatgna, Rochester, UliDnlo, Nlar
, at laoo p. m, daily eicep; Saturday, n-itli
Palace Can from WnihhiKtOci to Rochester, una
Washington to Buflalo. 'Irolii leaving Wimu
Ingionon Saturday night will not ruu beyond
Tor wiiliamsport, Lock Haven and Elmlra. nt
tuo A. Jl. dally except Huiiday.
I'orlscwYotk and the Kn.t, 6.15 A. M..I0CO A.
M..1.W, (, lo ) and 11.15 P.M. On Sunday.
4w. 10.00 andll.UP. M. Limited Express ol
Tollman Parlor Cars, V.40A. M. dally exceot
(or Boton, without change. 1,40 r. M. overr
weekdays on Sunday, 4 l". it.
Tor Brooklyn, N. Y., all through trains connect
M Jersey City with boats or Brooklyn Annex,
airordliig direct transfer to Fuhon Btreet, ayold'
.lng double ferriage Acrois New York city.
KorPhlladclphla, 8.15 and 10 60 A. M., 1.40. 4.00.
o to, mco and 11.11 V. M.t on Sunday, it 4 oi, 0 TO.
SSdiEwRM?1 iaw k-'4-w. w. "40,10:60
For l'ope's Creek I.luc, 0.50 A. M. and 4 40 r M.
dally, except Bnnday. ""' "
For An napofla, 0.60A.M. and 4.40 P.M. dally ex.
cent Sunday, " "
ALEXANDRIA AimEDKRICK8BHna TtAIL.
day at d.30, J.J5, 11.05 A. M 8 05 P. M."
For Richmond and the South, 0.S Oand 11.03 A. M.
dally, and 6 r. M. dally, except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, .M.
8.05. 10 00 and 10.10 A.M.,1. 8 03, 8.23, 5.10, 7.03 and
10.40 r. M. and 12.10 midnight. On Sunday at 8.03
and 10.10 A. M 7.05 and KMO V. M.
Tickets and Information at the office, northeaaf
corner of 1 hlrteenth street and Pennsylvania ave
nue nnd at the station, whero orders can bo left for
the checking of baggngo to destination from hotels
CIIAS. E. rUQII. 0neCnelgfierrf gCnt-
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
THE MODEL FAST LINE AND THE ONLY
....IINIH BETWEEN U"1'1
THE EAST AND THE WEST.
.., VIA WASIIINOTON. '
DOUBLE TRACK! JANNEY COCPLERI
c, v. . , . . ..BTEELllAIIJSI wuu""""
Schedide to tako eflcct SUNDAY, NOVEMBER
Lt'ave Washington from station cornor of New
fVSEMSftSJ?" byKa"crn Btand"'1
d38? Sfi3g1,u!SS. WiSI? ifc,
through coaches and Palace Sleeplne Cars to
aboveipolntB, without change: 10.15 A. M. dally to
Chicago except Saturday. ...ih
, For I'ltlBburgh at 10.15 A. M. and 8.40 r. M.
dally; 8 40 1', M. Jo l'lltsbureh, Cleveland aid Do'
a1?? l2&Jff Jle,rolt'.vlo.,Ifonroovllle. W.1J
Va'nSlUfkeer fr '" WeL
Train; for Philadelphia and New York at 8.10
':. d?lly.c.x?'Irt.Bu"ll,'rt.3-l)0 P- M. and 10.00
P, M.dally with parlor and Sleeping Carattached.
Aor.1i?illmore on weck dav,i 00, 0 so, 0.40. 8 00,
8.10, 0.00 and 1003 A.M.,12.10, 2.af.2.i!3 3.00.3.M
?S(,lnutetraln 4-l5' '. ..06, 8.10, wand
For lloltlmoro on Sundays, 6.30, 800,9.00A.M.
1.25, 2 33, 3.00, 4 40, 8.30, 7.00, 8. 10. 10.U0 p"i
For Annapolis, 6.40 A. M., and 12.10 and 4.40
r. M.s on bunday. 0 00 A. M.. 4 40 P. M.
I or way stations between Waihlngton and Ral
W "p M8"40" A' U" 1U r" M' 3M' 4-i0' 7 ad
lror ' stations on Metropolitan Branch, 7.40
A. M., and 5,45 r. M. dally except Sunday, 4.45 p.,
M. dally; for principal stations on Metropolitan
Brtnch. 8.30 dally except Sunday; for Loxlngton.
Staunton nnd Valley Branch, 8 30 A. M, dally, ox
cept Snnday &40 p. Jt. daily; for Frederick, 8.30 A.
M 10.15 A. M 4.45 P.M., and 5.45 P. M. dally, ei
Jfor HngcrBtown. 10.15 A. M., ond 5.45 P. M. dally
Tor points on S. V. R. R., 10.15 a. m. dally.
Troai?,on7n",yV.ftom,lie West dally, 6.20,7.60 A.
JU., 2.23, 0 40 P. M
I'KmKce5;y.0Jictt.n?, rhlladelnhla. 2.05,8.30 A.
M. dally, 8.20 P. M, dally, except Sunday.
Prom Annapolis, zu A. M nnd 1.00 and 6 37 P.
M. Sunday. 10.40 a. M., 6.37 1 M.
From Lexington, R20, A. M. dally, and 2.15 P. M.
dally, except Sunday.
I .om Frederick and Intermediate point;, 8.25.
10 00 A. M . 2.13. 4 0 p. M. and&W P. M. dally,
cept Bundav: 8.00 P. M. dally rron Point ol Rocks.
Trains itnve Baltimore for Washington at2. 4.40.
6.30, 7.15, 7.80, 0, 0.10 and 10.30 A. Mm 12.13,2 60. !
4 40, 6. 0.15, 7.30, 9 and 10.13 P. M.i on Sundays 2.
4.40. 7 30. . 0.10 A. M.. 1.30. 5. 0.25. 7.30 nnd 0 1 tf. '
All trains irorn Washington slop at RolaySta
llou except 4 a) P. M.
j.T.ft,ftnf r 1?i5.Tma.l.,.on.',cBr',y ' lh8 Baltimore
A. Ohio Ticket Office. Washington station, 010 and
1131 Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Fourteenth
street, whero orders will bo taken for baggage to
be checked and received at nny point In tho city.
W.M. CLEMENTS, M. of T., Baltimore, a &.
lAJllU, 0. 1 A
Tho Virginia Midland Railway.
TTIE BirORT LINE TO TOB SOUTH
SOUTHWEST AND WEST.
Schedule In eflect NOVEMBER IS, 1883.
8:40 A. M. NEW ORLEANS MAIL dally, mak
ing close connections to all points Booth and
Southwest. (Dally exceptSundaylwlthCAO.
Rallvi ay. Pullman Sleeping Buflett car8 from
New York and Washington to Atlanta. Pull,
man Sleeping Cars from Washington and At
lanta tc New Orleans.
&10 P. M.-LOUISVILLE FAST LINE, Dally
via Charlottesville to Cincinnati. Louisville
and all Western points, Pullman Sleeping Cars
from Washington to Louisville. v h
10:40 P. M.-BOUTUKRN MAIL AND EXPRESS
Dally to all points South and Southwest via
Danville andCharlotte. (DallyexceptSunday)
with C. di O. Railway. Pullman Bleeping Cars
from Washington via Danvlllo, Charintto and
Atlanta to Now Orleans, also, from Washing,
ton via Oharlotto and Columbia to Angusta,
Manassaa Dlvlilon train leaves Washington at
. 8.10 a. m and 6.10 p. m. dally except Bunday.
Warrenton trains leave Washington at 8.40 a.m.
and CIO p. m. dally.
For tickets and Information Inquire at Cora
pany's Office, col Penna. vo. or at Union Depot.
M. SLAUGHTER, N. MACDANIeE;
(Jen, Pass. Agent, Agent
BOL IIASB. Trafflo Manager.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.
LEAVE B. & P. DEPOT. SIXTH AND B STS.
'8.40 a, m. For all Way Stations nnd Virginia
npiiuKs. jjexingion, jiy., ixjumvuie, ijincin
nail. Columbus and St. Louis. Dally except
11:03 n. m. For Williamsburg, Va.. Newport
NcwB, Old Point Comfort und Norfolk. Dally
6:10 p. m. For Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louts
and Chicago, connecting for all points West,
Norlhwest and Southwest, Fait Expro.?)
(dally); does not stop for local hualncns except
the Virginia Springs: through Pullman serv
ice to Louisville and Cincinnati,
lC:I0p. m. For all Way Stations nnl Virginia
Springs aud Columbui, Ohio, Dally except
For tickets and Information apply at O. & O.
Railway cilice, 513 Pennsylvania avenue, under
National Hotel, Va. Mid. Railway oUlcs, 601
Pennsylvania nve. and B. A P. station.
H. W, FULLER,
C. W. SMITH, Qeu, Pass. Agent,
FRANK TIUUU.N.E, Passenger Agent.
T OOK AT LOW FARES.
' FORTRESS MONROE AND NORFOLK.
TARE 00 CENTS.
btramtr JANE MOSELEY leaves Washington
fbr?orlolk and Old Point Monday, Wednesday
nndFrldayat6 80p.ro .making close connection
with steamer for New York ana Rlcbmond.Oceau
View, Virginia Beach and all Railroad Llucs
POl OMAO RIVER LANDIN09. Fare 21 eta.
Steamer J. W. THOMPSON leaves Monday,
Wednesday and Saturday at 7 a. m.
For Information apply at aeneral Olllce, 613 15th
St. or at Company's Wharf, foot ol Cth St.
ALFRED WOOD. Secretary,
OHO. It. PHILIJPS. Superintendent, my 10
BAILY LINK TO NORFOLK, FORTRESS
MONROE AND THE SOUTH.
Steamers UKORUE LEARY nnd EXCELSIOR,
summer Schedule May 1 to Sept. 39, lsjl.
Steamers will leave 7th Bt. wharf as follows:
LKARY on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS aud
FRIDAYS at 5 80 p. m making no stops between
Alexandria and Fortrets Monroe.
EXUEIB10R on TUESDAYS and THURS
DAYS at 5.10 n, m. nnd SATURDAYS at op. m.,
stopping atPlaey Point and CornUcld Ilarbor
Exclusive connection with tho Boston and
Providence steamers. Connect also with New
York and Richmond Bteamers, Norfolk nnd
Western, beahoard and lloauoke, Ocean Vlow
ana Virginia Beach Railroads. . ...,.,
Postage and rooms can be secured nt lUUIniora
A Ohio ticket otllce. ntUUi st. and l'a. nye . St.
Maro Hotel, Polklnhorn's, next to City Postoillco,
olllce of Knox's Express, oth st, and Fa. nve., aud
at Company's oOlce. 7th st. wbarl.
Ivnox'a Express will call for and check bag.
gage Irom hotels and private residences.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Onc-Prlco Shoe Storo.
A. L. HAZBLTON,
1)18 8EVKNTH ST.,
Unaor oaa-Kellowa' Hall.
J. Xi- "WOLF, 3i- X.,