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THE EVENING OBITIO, WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1885.
TUB TAX LEGAL.
nrclittnn of Jnnllrn Mae rllinr on lh
l)K Tn Tl'(:f,
Tlio quisllon of the valMlif f tlrt avl
of Congtoss of July 10, 1ST78, mfmtnt
tax oo dogs In tli District rf Cls)M,
turno on far argument In tteo Crhlisl
Coort tliln morulnc. Mran, WIIHtM A
Cook mill An J tow A. Llpseomti ttfttwlwl
n large number of ties; om, ! tr4
appealed from tbo Pollea Oemtt. Th !
icnilants dispensed with k Jury trial, st
Ii.r to Isko tlio ilcclglon of tho essrt Mm
Thcdrclslon of tlilf o I4J f MMlf
able Importance to tlio Uietrlet. M aWl
D.OOO doc licenses, iKittlnc Iha lUttrtM la
lliomlKhborhootl of $10,000, are mH an
nually. A largo purse km cllell sosm
years ago by dog. fanciers and others to bv
l he law tested, ami thin tho first opfuf.
tunlty to liavo a tlioroogli hearing;.
Thla law lias boon fought ever slneo lit
paeengo and lis enforcement was. suipende.!
for n period by tho presiding; Jailgs at the
1'ollco Couil. It vras aflotrratdi deeMeJ
that tho sixth section of tho law, having a
penalty clause was acparalnand dlttlnn
from tho remainder of tho law aud could be
enforced. Tho prosecutions havo slnoo been
brought under this stctlon.
Tho counsel furthodefonso clalmoil tliaf
tho 0rst section lovlcd a tax off on every
dog In tho District, to bo collected ai other
taxes. They Jiald that other taxes aro not
collected by lino or Imprisonment.
.Tho Government nlatnied that tho In
formation tvero filed nudor tho sixth sec
tion which Imposes penally for not liar
lug tho tax-tag furnished by tho Collector,
together with a collar bearing tho naoio of
tho owner nnd tho letters "D. C."
Tbo dcfcDdauts' counsel claimed that Ibo
two sections wero Inseparable, Thoy
claimed that tho sixth scct&n purported to
Imposo lines for not having tho llccnso pro
tided for In tho first section, and which li
admitted Jo bo Inoperative They also
claimed that a simple debt arlsos under tho
law, and tho Information Is tlcfectlvo in
that It dooa not set out that tho District
performed Us duty in listing tho dogs as
other taxable property.
Colonel Cook stated that tho United
States Attorney was not tho propor porsou
toprosccuto this cafe. Ho said 1 ''This Is
n attempt to drag nil tho dogs In tho
District Into the District Attorney' olllco."
"Yes, and turning thorn looso on tho Crim
inal Conrt," loniarhcd Judgo MticArthur.
Mr. Coolc claimed that tho casos should
bo prrsecutcd by tho District and not by
tho United S'a'c.i.
Judge MaoArthur said:
"This law appears to admltof a dlvorilty
of views as to its applicitiou. It is pretty
well established, howovcr, that dngs aro
subject to taxation. I tlilnk that Cou
plets, having oxcluslvo legislative power In
tho District, can impose this tax and can
impoio It In a manuer suitable to species
of property taxed. Tho prosecution was
not for tbo collection of a tax but to on
forco a police regulation." IIo thought ho
would havo to overrule tho points mado for
tho dog. Mr. Cook sld bo had somo other
eases that ho would llko to havo regularly
tried. Judgo MucArthur said, that ho
would llko to havo a decision of tho Gen
eral Term on tho question. Judgment was
given against tho defendants.
An Almurel Clinrgn lllamlnsnil.
Dctcctlvo Raff failed in tho Pollco Court
Ibis morning to sustain his charge against
Mr. Itobert Dobbins, tho young actor, of
tho grand larceny of a gold watch from J.
W. Langlcy. Mr. Langley testified that ho
Ittlrtd no prosecution as ho did not think
tho watch was taken with any Intern of
larceny. IIo bad so Informed II ill', but
ItsiT Insisted on taking tho matter into
Court, Judge Sncll said that ho did not
think that tho Government had a caso and
dismissed tbo defendant.
Hlrkvvooil Wanted to TentHy.
On tho filing of on ailldavit by Mr. C.
C. Kltkwood, recently sentenced to tho
penitentiary for presenting falso vouchors
to the Navy Department, to tho effect
that ho Is desired as a witness In tho caso
against Mr. J. W. Drew, and a motion by
Mr. Drew requesting tbo prosenco of Mr.
Kltkwood as a witness Judgo 5IacA.rthur
to-day maclo an order directing tho war
den of tbo Jail to refrain from sending Mr.
Klrkwood to tho penitentiary until tho
Drew caso is tried.
Street lamps will bo lighted at 7:30 p.
in. and extinguished at 2 a. m.
JosErii Matthews, colored, of 2012
Eighth streot, had a quarrtl with his wlfo
last night, during which ho cut hor across
the face with a knife.
A colored woman named Harriot
Davis biought a live colored Infant to tho
Seventh Precinct Statlon-IIouso, which sho
found In Madison alloy.
A colored man named Robert Holmes,
employed on tho now eowcron 0 stroo.,
near Twenty-first Btrcot, was seriously in
jured yesterday by being struck on tho
head with ft falling stone.
The work of tearing up tbo rough stono
pavement on Tenth street, between D and
1: streets, nroparatory to roplaclng it with
a pavement uniform with adjacout pave
ments, was begun this morning.
Susan Sledoe of 1250 Union streot ro
ports that a black silk dress has boon
Molcn from ber trunk, which Is worth $12.
Itobert II. Harris of 2123 Eighth street ro
tarts that thero wero two blichlng-welghts
stolen from bis wagon last night.
The administrators of ox-Pollcomsn Will
iam Crauo havo filed a motion in tho Pro
bate Court for an order requiring Mr. C. E.
Cicecy to surrondcr a dratc for tnonoy duo
the estato of deceased under tho police
men'a twenty percent, appropriation.
The St. Aloyslus Literary Society, at its
regular weekly meeting last evnnlng,
elected tho following gentlomon to repre
sent that society at tho cloventh annivor
tary convention of tho Young Men'a Na
tional Cslhullo Union, to bo held In Now
nik on May 20 and 21; Messrs. Thomas D,
Byrnes, J. J. McCarthy and M, F. Hollo
ran. Tiif. funeral of tho lato Michael Caton
tcok placo yesterday morning from St.
Patrick's Church, Rrquioru mass was csle
bratrd by Father Walter. Tho Interment
was mado at Mt. Ollvot. Tho pAllboarors
vrcro Messrs, !' M. Detweller, A. T. Civis,
W. M. Belt, i:. J. Clophcr, 0. I. Canflold
and 0, A. It. MoMoir, aud body -bearers,
Messrs. II mini, Haldcman, Joyce, Bright,
Woodward arid Snotlswood.
William II. Vanderbllt both chewed and
smoked tobacco In bis younger clays. It Is
rata to bn thirty years now, however, since
lie used the wood in any form.
Wutnkveb an internal remody can be ap
plied, Salvation Oil wilt reach the caso, Trice
Combining inOS Tilth MIIK VEGETABLE
VtOXICS, quickly and completely CLEANSES
lind ENRICHES TUB 1IL.OOD. Oulckens
the action or the I.iTerandKldneis. Clears the
Vpmpleilon, makes the sktu smooth. It does not
Biuret he tectn, cause neauaciie,urprweiue:c am
itlpatlon-ALL OTI1KK 1U0X MKUICINUS DO.
( Shjfefclaas and Drufguts oTerywnere reoommona .
Da, W. H llcaors, of Mulon, M.. ajji "I
recommond llmvin'a Iron Bttlem u nluUa tonjo
fnrenrlchlnKtlia blood, nd reraOYin all Jjepcptlo
riuptoius. It dueii not hurt tua tuetu."
Utt. It. M, DMJttli. Itynold, Ind.. Mrs l "I
li.Te nrescrllMHl llrrom's Iron Ulttr In tua of
aniomU and blooil dUoanaii. aliu wlion tynio was
noo-jej, aud it ban proved tboroushly aatUfactorr."
MR.V7H llviuil.ai St. Marr Bt tie Orleanl. La ,
aayai "llniwn'a Iron Illtteri wiloved me in a oawi
of blood jrmlaonlajr. and 1 boartily commend It to
thoufl neuuiug a puritler."
Tha aenulua baa Trade Mark and craned red lines
on wrapper. Tulle no other. Stadaonljby
II1IOWN t'Hi:5IIUAI, CO., IIALTIUUIIE, Ml).
LADlca1 IIano HOOK Qbeful and attractWe, eon
taTniiiff hat of prlrea for rwipaa. Infomialion about
colnn. t-tn given away by all dealer lu madicluu, or
CialJud la any addrces on receipt el So. stamp,
DISTni:T COVBTtHMEHT MBWS.
Tntr naf Riurv-(kt)tiky A Sons et
al hat mpiainnttalbeDMrietUsmmls
! nf k htwl sataylHlM of lh Cnl
H4 tinm tft-Hi tthelln BrWite.
Ht. W. W. OoMiok u. KHmWIT Aty
ItNsl tM MtwNwl to Osaaiainloiieia tbo
to Mw saaii t April at taw r-tW a-f the
DMst! artllWHIa-S : A4IHI, M ; dlt-
Owritirr Amh-t a Iritnitxi C
Uhi C M. Ryl, la af live htpfty
IlHWM a-f tin Ww UafmrisMtil. bw re--It4ri
tla OWawfUai-nm ta , n.
Hl tWee IsMasttU ( efltM Wl
tor I kat httW Mm a-Mtof, a4 I tttt
r wimi tt ar siiw7 tm rat Mm
Hrmotsi. at (Iav.-Ksmm. VWal A
n Mm, Wtok-SMkne-M ia)nl saw-
Ik 4fy M O Mr, t-MwtM ftnisli Uss4to
acd llall' stMofi wrHw-.
KriLMUrn PxKMna. -ttelMlw (x-evrlia
kaie MrMi lst m Vtaor Aisw-sa to
mil iltilr-Mi frame Im-mm m Mtitli
airtl A MrtH ismawiit. to wt .",
(l.r'MUn mfeii. wh a Wtok dwelllaHt
Louie m O stieM. Mma Businl a.l
Tbtid Hireta, tl,m; Jetin r. Wa
tean, nm ttte fnuax dwlllM
Klahlcmib, lrMr-t-u A and It ttrteH teflth
rsst. Mm , Willn UnMiUn, ref-alr Wt
It strtel MtrMtar tMi H A. Sey.
monr, c-rfet tn ltT-ilUg-ti at ea FsxirMi
ritt, Utnrfo Et t'a4ol awl A atfeeta
aenlbiait, f)T,fi, Jtts-Htah ttim, i-ta
two durJIIni-lwHiiMiumitb awl Pstree44
aenlbweat, 19,090 Mr M. W. BtmW,
the glaatware atd (-rnekeiy rrrsnt, a
taken out a t-frmlt te make a hamta-me
and costly aiUlllen le kn rrs4ileM, Ne,
1018 It slttet. The IsiawiMmt will
lonslil of a tbre-itiry a-Ultren to tfce
front, which will Wing It ml to the
building line ami will tmt HrLOOO. Tfre
arrbltrct Is William M. Petsulaxter.
Ilt'lLMKua Coniirmnrd. HsilMIng In
spector l.ulnlslo hase-mdemaad Ave (rant
shanties at tbo eotaer of Twealy-w-eonJ
and O striets, and ordered tha agent, Mr.
P. II Dye, to tako lba down wltkla
"lint Hjn" In Omrf.
"P.c.1 Syn," tho kerb doctor, wss In the
dock thla morning, charted with anaolt
Itig Mrs. Moaeley, a 900 paqod wlfa of
Cbarlts Moteley, another dellesto at.d long
haired herb dector. Tho alli-ced auanll
grew out ef his competition. Jin. Moteloy
was also chargod with punching Ite-1 Jyn'a
head with her parasol. Tha atssnlt took
placo In tho market last Friday.
"What lathe name of the defendant,"
nakid Ills Honor. "Krd Syn." milled
ProMCUIing Attorney Thoma. "HIi Chris
tlnn namo 1 want," said the Judge. "Jacob
W. llohrcr." "1'hafs more llko It," reiJIcJ
uis nonor. "i navo mo nreaiMi eootoaipt
for humbugs." A fluo of J3 caoh wis Im
posed, Itlriillflrnllon iifTliletr.
Tho police think they havo Used tho
robbery of Mr. Alfred Klchard oftMO at
tho Citlren'a National Ilauk on thn two
Philadelphia crooks arrested a fair days
ago. Ditectivo Mattlngly has Juit re
turned from Philadelphia with siioOlocrof
tbo bank who wentover to Identify Ueorga
Carson and Charles Craig, Tho bank of
ficial Identified Craig as a man whom ho
had seen losflngaronnd tho bank about the
tlmo of tho robbery. Oilier nltncsioa will
go tbcro to Identify him beforo ho Is extra
dited for trial hero.
New IlrlnhliiR roiititnlim.
Tbo regular monthly meeting of tho
cxccullvo commlttco of tho Ilumano So
ciety was held yes'tcrday aftornoon, and
Mr. J. B. T. Tuppcr was elected tcmnararr
chairman. Tho donations of Tliomas M.
Steer and Wm. U. Mohlor of $25 each to
ward tho erection of drinking fountains at
Twcntioth and M streets northwest and P
and North Capitol streets was accepted,
and tbo commlttco on fountains Instructed
to erect them at onco. Tho annual report
shows a favorablo condition of affairs of
tho society, and tho work of tho agents
Asanultcd lu (lie Division.
Williams Owons, a young colored man,
while In company with a number of other
colored men, at tho corner of Fourteenth
and B streets northwest last night, was at
tacked by two other colored men named
Wash Bailor and JooChlsm. In tbo Pollco
Court this morning Owens testified that
Bailor struck him and Chlsm shot at him.
Chlsm admitted tlio shooting, saying he
find tho pistol In tho air. Chlsm was lined
$i0 or ninety days, and Bailor 11 nod $5 for
A Device to Mnlio Ilnnilaome I'or
trntiH or Plain Women,
Tbo "postage-stamp photograph" Is tho
latost contribution of eclonceto vanity. Ai
the peculiar merit ottheso Ilttlo pictures Is
that thoy havo the property ot transforming
a rather plain woman Into a "thlrjg ot beauty"
en a mlcioscoplo scale, tbey aro much sought
otter by tbo gentler sex, rostage-ttamp photo
f raphe aro most unconscionable flatterers.
1 bey not only give a delicacy and refinement
to coarse and homely teaturos, but tony en
hance tbo beauty ct a pretty face as well. As
tbo nemo olgntaes those Ilttlo examples ot the
photographers' art are the exact size and
sbapo ot an ordinary letter postage-stimp,
Tbelr edges are perforated, tbey bave mucil
age on tbelr reverse side and around too fig
ure or bead Is an ornamental border.
Tbo Idea Is said to have originated in Eng
land, vrbrro the suggestion was bad from tno
bead ot tbo Queen oo the ha'penny stamps In
use tbere. Like all English frivolities, tie
Ilttlo pictures soon found tliolr way to tuts
country, and as tbelr nattering propensities
become moro widely known, doubtless tbo de
mand for them will Increase proportionately.
When the full lenitth figure ot a woman Is con
tracted Into tbo limits ot a postage stamp pho
tograph. It bi comes as tt by mtglc gracerul
ni 0 cat tlvitlr g, tbe features lose their Irrogu
larltyaud appear delicate and peciillulr re
fined, Thn Hz Is also a great advantage.
Tl o evdted swain can paste hta sweetheart's
picture lu tbe care of hts WHtcb, where be can
gazn furtively at tt every time bo pretends to
ce looking at Ibn time ri'day. A letter with
one rt the sender's rlctures pasted on the
corner ct tbo note paper Is doubly acceptable
in a menu, ami ns ran usra are eo many ro
which thece pictures can bo put and as tbe
cost of ttiem muet needs bo trilling, thoy will
doub l-s soon become "the rage," I'blUdel
A Ntnry or llnller.
An Incident occurred wblle I was serving on
tbejury nt Concord, when the Gennral'ww
qulta a young lawyer, which I thill always re
member, no was tolling tho court what he
knew about English law, when ho was Inter
rupted by tbe venerabln Judgo wltb these
words, delivered In a very emphatic tone and
mariner! "Young man, don't you tsltc to mo
about Engluti law, I knew all about It yearn
and ytnra before you were born. You tako
your teat, sir!"
lie did. It was too much for lien's pride,
nnd bn burst Into a Hood ot tears moro genu
ine than tbesn shed nt tho 'IVwharmry hoar
lug, without doubt, Boston Traveller,
Tlio Kvoiioinlrnor IMmtrii.
Borne people aro born cheeky, some achieve
cheek, and some bave cheek thrust upon
Ibero, but when you como tinwhole faco, It Is
found In the fellow who will lot his girl go to
the roller-rlnk alone, pay her own admission
and the rental for skates, and a halt hour
latorromea up, skates all tbe evening with
ber, end then takes ber bnma and wants her
to kiss him at tbe gate, Ulnilrn Oazotte.
Meeting: of tlio Army ofllio I'otmnna
lu Ilnltlmnre, Mny (I nutl 7.
Tho management of tho Baltimore & Po
touiau Iiallroad aro making special arrunga
incuts to provide for tho largo travol to Bal
timore during tho meeting of tho Army of
tho Potomac, May (land 7. Spocial trains
will bo run for tho acc-jmmodatlon of tho
public between tho two cities at suitablo
hours. Tho Washington .Light Infantry
Corps, accompanied by tho Marino BauJ,
wllllcavo by special traiu about 11 a. m.
May 7. Tho National Kl lies, Veteran Corp3
companies, I'mraet Guard, Washing
ton Jtiflcs, Major Fleetwood's battalion
and tho companies commanded by Cap
tains Kelly and Qray will leavo by special
ttolns. Professor Sousa has arranged an
elkborato programme to bo rendered by tho
Marino Baud lu concort on tho aftornoon
and evening of tbo Cth proximo, which will
tako placo on Kutaw Placo and Wilson
street. Tho ontiro nrrangemonts for tho
enjoyment and comfort of visitors havo
been completed by tbo commlttco in Balti
more. A pleasant tlmo Is, Ihoroforo, war
ranted to all who will visit our sister city
on this occasion. Faro $1,50 for tho round
trip, good for two days, tha Oth aud 7th.
A bruise may result In an abscess It not
promptly attended to. Apply Balratiou Oil.
Price 20 cents,
I'lilnlril Willi HnlnsacD,
Maicus (liter, a young rlverman with a
vleluns Iwlnklo In his starboard oyo, was
Istinrhcd Into ibo dock nt tho Pollco Court
this morning for trying to print tho town,
and aim thn Inhabitants, red with molauos.
Mmtls Young, a merchant of 3021 M street,
(Itartctnwn, charged tho acctlied with as
sault. Ha told Ills Honor that tbo prisoner
and another man s'opped In front of his
atom yesterday with a water bucket full of
mnlasMs. Thn bucket was leaking, and ho
ssktil (hero to movn on nnd not smear tho
sMtwslk. Tho defendant suddenly ralsod
thn bucket and dashed Its enntonts over
him srd hi' wife, who were standing In tho
deer, and deflroylrg about $200 worth of
itoik. Policeman I'lslicr testified to arrosU
leg the other defendant, wbllo tho prisoner
wst ra tnted by tho complainant. Tho
wiener staled that Mr. Young pulled them
Into the stole to sell them something, "and
I was diunk." "Oh; you wero drunk, worn
vanfMld IhnCiinit. "Yos and I gti03i I
t nlad and flung the molancs on tho old
man." "Twoiily-flva dollars or 00 days,"
aaM the Court.
In Ilnnni- of Jmlun Wyll"-.
Tin-in was a largo atteudarco of mem
bers ef tbe bar at tho meeting In tho Cir
ii Coeilrw-m this afternoon atll n'ilo:k,
to lVe nppinptUta ret Ion on tlio retire
ment of .Judge Wjlle from tho District
Wnll Nlrrrl (lnili.
Ni.w York, May fi. Mcfhcy li por
rent. Exefcango quiet. Governments strnntr.
( urieiiry 0, 187 hid j 4s, coupon, 122)
bid; 41s, do., 1181 bid. Tho stock mar
ket opened excited and fractionally lower
ttMiii last night's prices. Tboro wasa sparp
selllbg f tho grangers and Vandorbtlta
tluettgliout tbe morning, which wenkoned
the whole lilt aud prices gradually do
ellMd up to neon, at which hour tbo do
ellne isiigeil from t to 11 per cent. Slnco
neon thete has In en n alight recovery and
at tie tlmo of writing tho market Is
New Yurie fitiirli Mnrllet.
Tt rollowtog bave boon furnished by Date
man Oo tmnkf r, Mil P street.
KAVf, 5 ttr.M. iiAiiE. ii
17 I 17
The llprnluiC Market.
CmcAno, May B. A decresso In tho
visible supply checked yesterday's break,
and the markets open only a trlllo lower
than yesterday's close; fairly firm at tho
The falloning summary la by 11. K.rtsln h
Co, It. Cloud building, Ninth and r streets
rlTCtn-. f?l R4 Rrln 111 10
I. Bber. 03 5tI. ANab UI'Vil 211V
fanri- .. Ul'acinc...1 471 4
NWMt... m fa'- Ni Cen..- nt vi .'W'd
UMAKtl' IVtiV1 tH III, h W...03Vil03'
uujsu.... imrvisi uoadinc ..
! Malt.... ev m'u N l'
Wl'eion . ftH ftC ' pref...J
Mol'a. ... til MIKj Ills Gen
Tex Pa t, III UreTransI
)i I ft II.. 711 . fliV Itnek ll
lu 1. yitl iUX, WahaiU....!
I u. u. I L. c.
"vVbeat-VIay.i Bn' fl7 80V1 (WV
June. fcHV 80 874 Hij
July. I tioC III l tHJ lifl'C
Corn-Uay.' sdV, 47 40 47
Jlicn. 4IIW. 47 4IIV 4 Pa
July. 4IW,' 47V 4HV 47V
Oatf-M 81V lli '"" :"
June. 81V a 1 3t'iil !T
July.' ni n sr.s, :u
I-oik-Uay.il till list 1120 11211
Jnne.lIlA ll'J.'i I112VI120
July. II us ilins ll2'iVli:io
Mrd-May. l 77V "77V1 "77 J. 077W
June. nt-'JV flB'JV " I OHO
July, uno I iii i nh7Vl hop
John (I. Coir, broker, NO Klgbth street
noithwrst, has lecelvrd tho following:
New Yemv, Hay 8. Field day tor tho bears,
as Ibo Interest which bas so aleadllr given
support to a low stocks acts as It It real
ised the tolly of trying to sustain tbe whole
list wblle btifluc uotblng but long stock. Too
weakness of to-day will probably be continued
during part ot Tuesday, Any frno selling by
shorts will result In advance, for the bulla
ran eailly keep and havo perfect control of tbo
market. It one can get a good lino ot shorts
wltb another such drop as to-day's would
cover all short ateck. oil weak. Apparently
tbe market Is still fed from beadiuiartcrs.
Tbe following aro the closing quotations of
the Waablnalon Htork Excbanio to-day as fui
ultbed by Messrs. Towers & ureco, bankersi
Washington h Georgetown bonds 115
Metropolitan stock HIV
Columbia stock HIV
North Capitol s o street tltiv
Wnrblogton Oily (laallgbt Oo 41
Georgetown Uaellgbt Co 3-v
National Metropolitan Insuranco Co.... 03
National Union Insuranco Oo 17V
Arlington Insurance Co,, , 130
Columbia Insurance Oo KHj
Totomao Insurance Oo, -Ill
Illggs Insurance Oo (TV,
liosrd ot I'ubllo Works Oreeufis 0:1
MasonloIIall bonds 10J
Washington Market Oo.stocky 1HV
Washington Markot Oo. bonds 102
Inland and Boaooast Oo, stock .. m
Inland and HcaooMt tin. bonds ... (Ml
WasblDgtnn Urlck Machine Oo. a ock,.., imv
Hank ot Washington... , no
Bankot Washington , .'ill
National MotroKlllan Dank loVS
National Bankot Ibn Re public
l'armera' A Mecbanlcs' National Dank,
Georgetown . 118V
Cltliens' National bank lll.l
Second National Sank Ill
Central National Bank 1AK
Great Falls IcoOo ,, HI
Heal Estate Title Insurance Oo HKiV
Pennsylvania Trlephonnar K7V
Obeeapenke h Potomao Tel. Oo r3
U.B.Eleclrlo Light Oo 41
lion tbo Salvation Oil in and you will rub
tbe pain out. Oct only tbo genuine, l'rlco 2.1
OONNELL. Oo Monday, May 6, Mrs. Ettl
Connell, ceo Lane,
Funeral will take placo from her lata resi
dence, litis O street nortbwrst, on Wednes
day, May 0, at 4 p. m. Friends are Invited to
lackinaw Straw Hats
Tbo celebrated MACKINAW BTKIW HATS
DUNLAP & CO. of New York
Now Heady, ,
Pearl and Doo color, Dress and Derby hats
In all shapes, ot
WILLETT & RUOFF'S,
Solo Agents tor Dunlap's New York llats,
003 fONBYLVANIA AVENDE.
Das In stock a full lino ot Osrpetlngs, all
grades Oilcloths, Cocoa nnd Straw Mattings.
Also latest styles In Wall Paper, Window
Shades and Ourlaln aoods. Wire Window and
420 NINTH STRUCT NORTHWEST.
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH AND FENN. AVE.NDE.
Cry-Open all night.
ROOM MOULDINGS, &c
The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
411 NINTH ST. NORTHWEST.
SKIN Tua-a oiht"1
Eor.1, l'lmrtci, Lcieoii, sll Itchy Bklu Kroj llom. no
mailer hvtt vdtisall vr tvng ilnnduy. At Urutltl.
vyr WARNER'S -.
o V3rEoHFE J s
g coprniiHtto, o
: TONIC s
JC5 JL -J-- -JO." JtinJSrtw .
U. H. WAENEB & CO, llochester, H.Y.
For SKIN ERUPTIONS
AND BAD BLOOD,
$1.00 A BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N. Y.
W. T. HUDSON of Brownovlllo, Ala., makos
sftldavlttbatfoiir bottles ot Warner's tiite
canoe, tbo Best, cured htm ot a caso ot blood
poisoning of twenty years' standing.
For Spring and Summer
$1.00 A BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, H. Y.
Rev. WM. WATSON, Watsrtown, N. Y., re
pons Hint hhynlfe Is Indebted to a thorough
tono et tbo syiten nnd restoration ot her
strength to Warner's TirrrOANOE, tho best.
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Haa!
Weill What are you laughing at? Oar cus
tomer, did you eayl Well, to bo sure bo Isn't
a dude, nor villi bis good senso allow us t
make him one. But It you doubt our ability
to mako a vrell-dressod man of him, you havo
llltlo knowledge ot tbo resources at band In
our Immenso Clotblne Stock at prices to
ssicnlshand plcaso overy one.
FOR MEN AND 'YOUTH.
A splendid lino ot Oassirnoro Suits from
A full llnoot Worsted Sack, or -1-button Out
away Butts from tin up.
A beautiful line ot l'rlnco Albert bults from
A magnificent line ot Odd rants from $1.50
A full line ot Wblto Veals from 715c up.
Uest quality Ulcycle 1'atiH at :J.
A lull lino of Blue riaunel Suits from $0.50
FOR BOYS 4 TO 13 YEARS.
A beautiful lino ot Jackets and rants from
2 to f 10.
FOR BOYS 13 TO 18 YEARS,
An immenso Lino ot Salts 1)3 per cent,
cheaper than any otbor liouso can southern
THE MISFIT STORE,
Oor. Tenth and F Sts.,
tXTMake no mlstako and como to tbo Corner.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and
(Entrance on Oth St., or from Hotel Lobby).
lly special arrancemont with n Now York
House, I can till orders lu mocks and close
trades at clotlnu quotations up to 0 p. m.
Office onen from 8 a, ro. to C p, m.
J. VANOE LEWIS.
TOWERS & GREEK,
Bankers and Insurance,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Transact a General Banking Business.
IDepoBlts Subject to Check.
Ppeclol attention given to Departmental and
other Collections 1 Buy and Hell U.S. bonds
aud all District Securities, Wo Issuo
Drafts and Circular Lotlers of Credit
on Europe and the East.
11. K, PLAIN.
B. K. PLAIN & CO., Brokers.
Grain, Provisions, Potroloum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and FSts.
Draucti 0 nice 1 National llotol.
WASHINGTON, V, 0,
City Iteteronces-Matlona! Dank ot tbe Ite
public. Cbtcairo Gorrespondentr-MILUINE, DOD
Oonstaut quotations ot tho Cblcaco and New
Yorfc Uarli-u from dlro.it private wires.
Y, B. LILLKY. T. A. EENDIQ
F. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1137 IT BTBEET it, Vf WA8U1N0T0S, D, 0
BItANOU orriOS-4 B. llslllday Bl, Ualllmore
KVluilsray ana otber Burttle bought
and sold on Oommlealen only. Btec&s and
bonds boutbt lor Investment or carried on
And TOOTH OUOWNB for roots and broken or
badly decayed term.
OENEIlALDKNTIBTnY In all Its branches,
C. L ANDERSON, D. D. S
COl TUinTEKNTIl ST., COIl. I' Bf.
CARPETS AND FURNITURE.
316 Bovonth Stroot.
And Upliolstory Materials.
415 Sovonth St. fl. W.
Corpets, furniture and Upholstery, New
Clinton Mnttlngp, a laritn Stuck of UitbrUjr
rlages, and tbo celebrated
window Bcrocca and tlio Celobrnteil Wood
Looso Covers for Furnlturo n Specialty.
Carpot, Furnlturo, Bodilintj, Dra
pery and Upholstery Warorooms,
"W- HC- HOEKE,
801 MAI1KET BPAOIi, S08 ft 310 8th ft. n. w
WHILE MAKINO ItEl'AlRS IN OUIt BTOllE
AT A MnltE BONO.
SHOES Ss DrHI-irVrS
ALMOST GIVEN AWAY.
J1.B0 Mon'B and lloya' rants ,..!..$ 1 00
7RoCbllds' I'onte, ago o Vi 13 nil
$7 RO Men's Suit B CIO
$12 Men's Bluo Flannel H 50
fill " II) IK)
$7.50noys' " " BOO
(15 Gi-nta' nnd Voutbs' Oorkscroff,
brown and black 13 00
1B Youtba'and Hoys' Corkscrew (cut-
nwnj) 10 00
$3 BO OMlds' Kilt, acn 2'ij to 5 :l 00
tBObllds'Kllr, ngo'iUt toD '123
1D14 ANDlniO TliNN. AVENOK
tt. ID. ttJLttEb,
1111 PENN. AVE.
0?ercoatiD2s aM Tronscrings
Of my own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, pleaso call, Inspect and leave yonr orders at
TI1K LKADIHO TAILOHINO K8TAULI8II
MENT OF WASHINGTON. Best Goods. Beat
TrlmmlOES, None but Brst-clau workmen em
ployed at 1111 I'KNN. AVENUK.
H. D. BARR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Olothiers,
000 MNNSYLVAN1A AYENDE.
We will offer our entire stock ot Overcoats
at sreatly reduced price'.
421 Boventb street, o
(under Odd-rcllonB' Hall),
no21 M. F. EIBEMAN, Manager.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania Ave. 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
SIS A.3STI3 SIB 7TH ST.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILOIta AMD CLOTHIERS,
SIS PKNNA, AVE., under Metropolitan Hotel.
G. T. KEEN,
414 Ninth Stroot NorthweBt,
1222 F BTKEET NOItTUWEBT.
I havo bad n cancer on my face for miny
years. I bave tried n great mauy remedied
but nltbout relief. I almost save up hope of
over IiiIdb cured. Dr. Uardwan, my sou, re
commended Bum's Bpecltle, wnlcli I nave
tuken with crest results. My face is now well,
and It Is iinporsllile tor mo to express my
tbsnks In works for nhat tuts mndlclno has
done for me. Mils. OLIVE Hahdjun,
Monroe, Oa., Sept. 2, 1831.
Bnltt's Bpecina bas cured n cancer on my
face, and bas almost mado a now man of me.
T.J.'I'eate, Waclsss, 1'U.
I havo bad a cancer In my right ear for three
years. I tried every remedy tho pbyelcltns
practiced, to no permanent good. Bwitt'a Bpe
clllo has wrouptit vrunders for me, ..It Is tbe
best blood puritler In tbo teorld.
John B. Monnow, Florence, Ala.
Hunt's Hpeclflo Is entirely vogotable, and
seems to euro cancer by forcing out tho Im
purities from tbe blood.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
"he SWIFT Brcoino CO., Drawer fl, At
lanta, Oa., or 1SU w. 'JM St., N. Y,
tnn no Ootisbt
lulldlrc t-npvllcs. Nob. 003, 1110. uu and mi u
treil. tin ee doors wester Hie l'ntent Otllce, lm
mediately adJolulDK National Itlllcs' Armory,
tbanalany utbereatabiUbment In tbeclty. li
rruulabtobuy even Hie smallest cinaailty ot
Kblle lead, nils, varnUb colors, dry or la oil. eta,
end your addrisi on a postal esrd and a printed
price-list ol et? ry article sold In tbls department
will be sent to you by return mall, reacblng von
In a lew hours' time by letter-carrier. Tnis price
IUI tire tee price el balf pint, pint, quart, half
isllon, ssllon.aud five gallons or eacb kind ol
utt. turpenlloe dryer, varnish aod other liquids
oldb) measure; also, pries per quarter-iound,
balfponnd. pound, tive, ten, twenly-flvo aad
let iuuds ut vt b artb la iold by welabti also. Ihl
and price of tuitllaut-ous articles. Tho prices
are sraded McuidlDK to the quantity boitKU.
larsebdarsaet very loweat prices: small buy
ers pay a sllsbily blaber rale. My prices are
flx.d. All boxra buying tbe same quantttypay
the same price. The tnrxperleuced buyer gets
tbe same price as tbe oldest paluter If be buys tbe
Af er ekamlnlng my price-list send your orders
by tmsepger, teUpbuneorby uifcll.mud tbey will
bf tilled promptly and the bill, as per price-lint,
colli cuilou delivery, Uoods delivered to all
'Ibeolter departments ofmy huilneas bave
grew ii to satlslaiiory proportions. 1 now give my
PtttAlfcttetlen to the I'alnt liepurtmeut, and
ssnel, br having a full supplv of Urslclus
Euidi, selllig tluui allow prces and making
prompt deliveries, to secure a liberal share ol
th,,b.lc !,.. MMK8I iMc0Itu
I7esl)-rln Hulldiug Huppllfs,
U08 10, S12 and SUii street,
mm m mm
For Gcncrallnrj steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by Furnace.
For Healing by Latrobo.
For Open Grates.
WASBINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
40 Iltiibelf, Crushed. ....
20 Uufbcle, Crushed
fit 70 MO Dushols, Not Crushed..
1 3 fiO3011UBhels,NotCrusbod..
iQr Delivered to Any Part of
ICE. ICE. ICE. ICE.
I3SrrElE,3533SriDEXTT IOE3 OO.,
lUvlnif secured our usual 1. tit IK FUl'l'LYof tbo best quality ot
Wo era now prepared to orTer It to tho Cltlrens nt Washington at very moderate rates, eltner
IFOTTHSTID, T03ST OB. O J K, O- O .
Our bTOIlAOHCAPAOITY on tho Kr.NNI'.nPO nlono (nearly 00,000 tons) should boa safo
eiiarantrit lor nOONtiTANT HU1TI.Y OK THE IlEHr QUALITY.
our faellltieK for bsmiltnit leei teeond to none. 1'rompt Uellvery and Low Bites.
Wo hsvealeo n I.AIlOB Htll'l'I.Y (abnut7,"IOtons)of Oool Domostto Ico, whlcb we'offer'at
Iteducril Kate In IlltKWEllH, IIUTUIIEHH, uoXFEUllliNIiHH and nlbpra In larifi amounts DI
ItEOT tiemoor llUfrEHnml IIEIOTH In or.OHOKroWN nr DEPOT, Nlntnst. wharf,
UlfcCOONT ON TICKETS I'UIIUIIABKU AT OFFICE.
Ofllef, 12th and l'enna. nve, No, 61)1-2. lienor. Ninth Street Wharr, No. 001-.7.
Deiwr, U108 Water Street, 751-2.
MAIN OFFICE--- 12th Stroot and Pennsylvania Ave. N. W
IHTANnirotlD'H l)ltl;0 RVOttamtiand l'stsn. w.
IlltAM.'II lirlfi:St- V.1N8Y0KKLH IJItUO STOIIE, liltM And O Sts n. w.
I V. U. JOHNSON'S Wood Oonl Yard, 1 Itn st. nnd It. I. are. n. w
I Nintb-street Wnarf.
III. I' (IT AM) HTOUI'. lIOUNIlSl-j .'1108 Water st, Oenreetown.
(Oanal Iload. abovo Aquisliict Urtdjo.
O. B. OHUROH. PreB. . W. H. YERKES, Rupt.
Wyckoff, Soamans & Benodict,
WnslilnRtnnOIIIee. Unr. Htlinml l'8t.
A Remarkable Cure of a Horse.
In tho fall ot 1883 I had n valuable horso
taken wltb tbo pinkeye, resulting In blood
poison. After nine montbBot dociorlog with
nil tbe remedies to bu found In horse book, I
deepolrcd of a cure. Ills rlgbt hind leg was as
largo as n man's body, and bad on It over 40
running sores. IIo was a most pitiable-looking
object. At last I tbougbt of SwItt'H Hpecltlc, and
coramcLced 10 uso lr. I used llttoen bottles.
In AuguBt last nil symptoms ot tbo dtse-aso
disappeared. Tbero bavo been no slgus ot
a return, and tbo borso has dono a mule's
wotk on my farm ever since.
Jajifh L. FLEitl.s'a, Augusta, Ol.
January (, 1885.
Swlft'e Hpeclllu Is entirely vegetable. Trout
lie on lllnod and Bkln Dlsensea rnnllnd free.
Tun BwiiTBprciFioCo,, Drawer U, Atlanta
On., or 150 W. 23d St., N. V.
V tM V1T M UJ? DBX.TT 'S
tjw gk trst yj tn?
Clean 8 es the
Heals the sores.
Senses ol Taste
& smell. A quick
SAY-EEVER & positive Cure.
60 centii nt DraRirlitB. 60 cents by mall rfglaterf
ed, tsend for circular. Hample by mall. He
ELY BUOTUK11H. Urngif lota, Ovregu. N, Y
A NEW DISCOVERY.
Immediate relief for Oold In thellead, Bore
Nose, Oatarrb &c. 10c, a bos. For sale br all
HKMtUYriiEB. Avictim of youthful imtimtlenca
fftuilntr Prematura Docay, lServoul)ebiltr, ost
iocar. inerroua jfeuiuii
ncr t.rttri In vnln nvnrv 1
iHBtinoou, ao,,ii&viiiK intMi in vain every Known
which he will nnl riU'll to Ms feUovr-sutfprers.
Si. rniiiiiefin t InittliieHH initnnirer Ttir
(tbls) It. '. MllNi:itAI. A3 K.VtlY (control
ling number ot local agencies) for eicluelre
ealu of our Improved Machines, ItanK with
tho Telephone, Over 7,000 in service. In
dorsed by highest mercantile, corporato nnd
expert authorities. Over SO agencies estab
lished paying from 60 to 1(10 percent. on In
vestment ovrry (90 days. Balos In New York
city approximating SOU por day. Aggregate
sales over f 60,000 for January, 1885. Appli
cants muet tumuli Urst-t-lass credentials, nud
deposit from ifl.t'OO to J2,000 cash Boeurlty
not bonds for goods In their possession.
THE NATIONAL, G. S. CO ,
'21 East Fourteenth Btreet,
ap 1-not NLy YORK .
China-ware anil HonsefiimisliiiiE Goqfls,
AT LOW 1'IIIOES.
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
408 3KVENTII BT. N0HTinY3T.
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
TnE DE8T IN THE DlbTIUCT.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Aaent.
1221 TWENTY-NINTH BTIIEET NOltTHWEST
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTEnN RAIL
TWO TRAINS BAILY BKTWEKN ALEX
ANUlttA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave Waahlnston at .'i5 a, m. and 4.23 p. m.
and Alexandria at ViSA a.m. and 4 35 p. m. Pass
Leeaburg, going westward, at 11:30 a. m. and 6:18
p. ni., and arrive at Round 1IIU at 12:19 p. m, and
7.2 r. m.
LeuveRonnd IIUI at:30 a, m.andt 35p.m.
Pass Lcesburc, going eastward, at 6.12 a. m. and
6.17 p. m, ud arrive at Alexandria at e.OJa.m.
and 7:17 p. m. and at Washington at 8.19 a. m, aad
UUNOAY TRAINS leave Round 11111 at 6:30 a
m, and e.3S p. m. Arrives at Alexandria at 8.03 a,
m. and 7:17 i. w. and Waablngum at s.u a. m.
and 75 p. in. Leave Washington at :2i a. m
ands.09 p. m., Alexandria at H.Si a. m. and 8:11
p.m. I iiiuu Lcesburg, going eutward, at 6:12 a.
m. and 6:17 P. m. westward, 11:80 a, m, and 10-.lt
' H. M. IinoPIIY, Buperlntendtnt.
DAILY L1NET6"NORFOLK"AND FOltTRESS
Monroe, bteamers Ueorgn i.eary and
Excelsior, commencing May I), 1685,
Onoof these popular steamers will leave
Boventb-st'oet wharf DAILY, except SUNDAY,
at o.tlO p. m. For particulars lnqulro at Cora
pany'eonico, 7th Bt. whait. Telephone) No.
7I6-;I.'W. p. WELCH, general Agent.
T OW FAIIKK-
Jj FOHTHl-haMONROK AND NORFOLK.
FIRB'l-CL.XbSFAltK.ill ROUND THll'.ll US,
bieamer JaNK WtisKLfcY Uonday, Wednes
day and balurdai at b.dO p. m.
Passage and rooms secured at Oeneral Otllce,
Blxth-slieet wharf. Telephone call. 04.
POT1MAO R1VKK LANDINOS.-Bteamei
Tl 'OMI-BON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
7 a. m, aoll
Boi-WA",H& ,.,, I Head
It la Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire.
It Docs Not Burn Out the Grate.
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
.. 3 00
Washington or Gcorgetown.-T3a
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
HC1IEDCLK IN HFPK!T KUM1AY MAY 3
iwe, u.ntil f viiTiiKu none. '
Leave Wsihltstnn irom Btatlon, enrner Mew
. Ji-is'yevtnn.. and unreel.
fr Utnrinnsll. ijinltvlMa ..rikt rnni. .-
"! y V ,n-"d buo P. m.. mih through coaches
aiidl'alaceHirfptiig CVri, lo alove ptnnts with
out ehause. .jp. m. train Is fart Iimttel iriln
lollLdnnatlarid M. Lonla. arriving lu Clncln
nail next mornlrg at 7.45. nt. Louis e.J0 p. m. No
extrn fare Is rbaigeil on tlili train for fait time,
o uP.r. V.'u"? U ." "'" Hor Car. and
VvlSf '.? ,'id ly '? 'I'lsbnrahj Uev.la ,d aad De
troll, wih sleeping cars to Wltshursn.
mi." Pfl'lmore) on weekdays. . 8.10. 6,40. 7.30.
8 ! - f ). 1. 0 40. 7, S.a an d 1 1 p. m.
w f.1'!ll,nl.0if pn Buniiars, .lo. 7.3o, 8 30 and
I1!1;' ,-a'1-W, 8.30, 4.(0, .40, (140, 7. 8.21
and it p. m.
For iHiluia on thePbenandoah Valley Railroad
and chits Month, cj a. ni and ti.10 p. m. daily.
u..'l u. in. train bas Pullman hleener from Wash
'!!' A. "naiolia, 40 a. m. and 12.10 and 4.80 p. m.
on tnlida. S.30 a. m 4 40 p. ni.
j-orwavuationa btwen Washington and Ral
llniore. I. 0.40. s.u .. m.. lllo, a. 4 . 7 and
11 P. in, On bundsys, ufi. m I.). :i jo, 4.40. 7
?. . . l?'.m' For stations on llrlroimllUn
llrancli,7.rta. m. daily, except Sunday, and 6 30
p. tn, dallyi 4.4up. m dally, except Buuday, for
tirlnrlr.al stations on Metiopolllan Branch! 8.4'J a.
ro. dally on Monday stops at all stations: lor
Lexligicn KiaontoD and Valley Branch, 8 40 a.
m, daily exeept bnndati for Frederick, e 10 a.
m. 4.4op. m. dallv.exri-ntHuiidav.
ror llagerHown and Winchester 8.40 a.m. dally
eicrpi hunday, and S.3U p. m. dally to Haters
town, dally except Bundsy to Winchester.
rirairsnrrlve from the Weal dally, ,7.20.m.
irrum Annanolta. 8.30a. m. and 1.50and8.2S d.
m.lfunday. 10 Mam., 0.35p.m. """ p.
From Lexington, 6,top. m, dally, except Son.
From Trederlckand Intermediate points. 8.24 a.
I's-n tfisi la.vn llalil....... . air t-j..
All trains (lam VJ.)llliutn tnn . ltal.u...
tton. except 1.29, 115 and 6.40 p. m.
Jiir Initber lurormatlon apply at thn Raltlmora
A Ohio ticket ofllee Wash Inglon Btatlon, SIS and
13.11 1'ennsylvaDla avenue, corner nrPouiteentb
street.wherporderswlil betaken rorbMgageto
bFclieekedancl received at any point In tnrc3iy,
11. DIW14M, (j, K.LORD.
Oen. Man,, llalllmore. (I, p. A,
TO T1IE50BTU, TTthT AM) SUl'THrTEST.
DOUBLE TRAt.'K, SPLENDID tiCENEllY.
IN HFl'Mrr AI'ltIL 8. lesiT 4
TIIAINH LKA VK WABIllrumiN liom Btatlon.
corner Wxtb and 11 streets, as followi: '
iir iiiisnuig ana me wni, Uilcago Limited
Kxprens or Palaca Sleeping Oars at 10 50 a. m.
dallyi 1-ast Line, 10.50 a. m. dally to Cincinnati
W. Louis, with BleeHug Cam Irom Harxlsbnrg to
Cincinnati, and lloiel Car to Bt. Louis; daily, ex
cept Batnrday, to ChtOKO, nlUlHleeidDgCar A1
U,ona to Chicago. Chicago and Clnclunall ex
press, 7.10 p. nj. dally, wlib Bleeping Cars Wash
loEtcn to Chicago aud llarrliburg to Lonlsvnlei
conHectlngatllarrUburgnllli vslern Kxpri-sci
with Ihrough Bleepera lor Cleveland, Louisville
and M. Louts. I'acltloKxprtss, lotKlp m Callv.
lor Pittsburg and the Weal, wltb through uleeper
11ALT1MORK A POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Tor Krle, L'anandalgua, lloclieater, JJudslo, Ni
agara. 10 p. m. dally, except Baturday, with Pal-
ae Cara Washington to llochester.
For Wllllamsnort, Lock Uavea and L'lmlm at
10 10 a. ro. dally, except Monday. c-'"""' '
For New York and the Xast. 7.11, 8.30 and 11 a.
m., 2, 4. 10 p. m. and 12.1) night. On Hunday. 4.
ion in. and lilj night. Limited Kxnre-i ol
Pullman Parlor Cam U.4Q a. m. dally, excen
Tor Rcston without cbange, 2p.m. on every
week day; on buiruay, 4 p.m.
Forllrooklfn.N. Y., nil through trains connect
at Jersey lliy wltb hosts of Brooklyn Annex,
allordlnc direct transfer to Fulton street,
avoiding double ferriage across New York city.
For Philadelphia. 7.1), 8.J0 and 11 a.m., 188.8.131.52C
p.m. and 12 H night. On hunday, 4. 6.10 p.m.
aid lil J night. Limited luxpreea V.40 a. m.
dally, except Bundsy.
For Ualtlmore, d.3S, 7.U, 8 30, 9.40, 10.50, 11 00 a. ro.,
12.0S, 2, 4, 4 25,4 40,6.7.10. In p. m. and 1AI5 night.
wuuuy,10 6O,lla. m., 4.8,7.1010 p. lu, and fill
1 or Pope's Creek Line. 7.15 a, m. and 4.10 p. m.
dally except bunoay.
For Annapuils, sts a. m , 1201 and 4.21 p.m.
dally, except .-unday. On Buuday, 4 p. m.
Al.Ki.AKi)lttArttl-KKImUIOKhUllKH IIAtl .
For Alexamlila. 0.7, 0 25. 11 01, n j) a in. 0)
4.2u,4.41,iiol.so5aiidli.J7p. m. OuBiindayat
0,0 25, i.oin.m.,aojp.m. 'uri
For Illehniond end the boutli, 6and 1101a.m.
ilelly, ald4.45p m. dally, exeept bunday.
Trains leuve Alrxandrla for Washington, 6 0J. 8,
10, 10.10a. ro.. 1.8 05, Ml, 3.10. 7.W and ll.Sl v.
m. and 12.10 m tli lata, except Monday. On
Bui day al 8 and 10.10 a. m7.oi and 10.15 p. in.
and 12.10 night. ""'
Tickets no inlorniatlnn'attbeoulee northeast
cornroll3ih street aud iniusylvsnla avtuae.
andallliestatlnn, wHt-re orders cau ha lell lor
tbechtckicgbrbsggagvio detliLation from ho
tels and residences.
, , j n. wood.
CIIAB, L. PLOll, (Jeueral Maoager.
The Now Orloano Fast Lino
bllENANDOAU VALLLY bOUTUERN 81'ECIAL
BDENANDOAII JUNO., LUIltY and ItOANOKE.
TheNew ItoutPlottiH Mouth audMoutbweet.
M.'JIKIIULK IN HirhOTMAHCll Id. leM.
Oi-JA A, M , Itly, Is ew Orleans Fast Llue. For
all iiolmscnlliieof Bhenamloah Valley, Nor
f. la e Western, Ksst renneeseni, Virginia and
tleoigta llallrcsds. j lianla, alaeon, Jaekson
Mile Cbatlknoosa, Memphis, Mobile, New
Orleans anil ll eBoulh and bouthweat. Pull
man I'a'scosle. pit gears between Wasblnx
tonandNew Orleans without change. Con
liicllng al Bberaudoab Junction wlta Pull
man Cars New York to Atlanta.
Mlo p !.. Dally. Memphis Kx press. For all
polnhi Boulh, Boulheaiit and Bouthwnt, pull
inau Palace Bleenlng Cars between Mhenau
donhJulii Hon and Memphis wltbout cbanze
connecilng atclexeland, 'lenn,, with Pun;
man Cara to New Orleans w Ithutit cbange.
Trains leave B a O. It, It. Pasienger Htailou.
corier New Jersey avenue and C street,
lor tickets, si. eplug car reierxallons and all In
formation apply at lliket oOlcea, am l'enna.
avv.,i:iai l'enna. ave andatdei-ot 1) & O. lt.lt.
andbUlcnor the Line, tki7 Penna, ave.. wh-ro
p tiers will betaken lor baggage to be called for
In any part ot the city, A. POl'JC.
K. J. LOCKWOOH, Oen, Pass. d. Tkt. Ast.
pass, aud Ticket Agent. ap7-Im
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILVAY
(LKAVK B. dt P. DEPOT, SIXTH AND B ST8.1
11.15 A. M-For all way stations, Lexington, Ky.,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus. Bt. lWs.
Dally except Bunday.
11 A. M.-Fer Newport News, Old Point Com
fort aid Norfolk. Dally except Bunday.
Ihrough parlor car WasUngton to Old Point
Silu P. M.-Fer Louisville, Cincinnati, Bt. Louie
and Chicago, connecting for all points West,
Northwest and Boutbwest; (test express dally'
Ones not stop fur lotl busluws; through poll
niai; service to !mlsvllie and Clnclnnail.
Tor tickets and Information apply at C. A O,
Itailwuj otitic, su Penns)lan1a aveuue, under
Natlrnal Hotel; Va. Midland Hallway office, COl
Penu. axruue, and 11. Jt P, Mutiou,
11. W. FULLER,
C W BMITIf, Ocnerall'awengerAg.nt.
"' '"1 Manager.
FRANK Tlllf.U, N, U Passenger Agent
VJT. Vi;ilNON! JIT. Vl.tl.NKWl
BTEAMEU W, W, CORCORAN .&itskjXafi
Leaves Ptventb-streel wharf dally, excrpi Bun
da) , for Ml. Vt-roon at 10 u'tlock a. m.t relnrnlna.
reaches Washington about 8.80p.m.
L, L, BLAKE, Captain,