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THE EVENING CRITIC, WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1885.
oun watbr supply.
An Injunction Aaltcil Acnlnat It til lit.
lute (tin I) mil.
Hot). Gcorgo M. Koboson, ex-Socrotary
of tlo Navy, am. Cluncrnl llonjtailn X1.
Bullit, accompanied by Mr. 0, D. Barrott
of Washington, Appeared In tlio United
Stales Circuit Court nt Btftltnorn yostcr
ly, n'-klnK an Injunction on behalf of tlio
Great Falls Manufaetnrlug Compiuy of
Virginia against Aueusim II. Garland, At-torDoy-Ocneral
of tho Unltod Btatcs, Will
lam 0. Kudlcott, Secrotary of War, Uarrott
J. Lydcckor, major of ooglnocrs of tho
United Stales army, and Georijo II. Chltton
Icn and Samnol XI. Chlttonden, ooutraclors
fur tho bulldlnR of n daui across Conn's
Island nod across tho Virginia channol of
the I'ntanao Itlvcr to tho Virginia ahoro,
and oilier structures Inlondcd to supply tli
City of Washington with water. Tho com
pany claims about ono thousand acres in
cluding tho stto of tho dam, mid saya that
long alnco tho land would havo beon talcon
up and improved had it not been for tho
unlawful intrusion of oDlcors of tho Unltod
States.
It is further staled that a dam Is now us
ing built 113 foot abovomcan tldo, whloh
will cause- back water to llow upon tho
lands of tho company, nod If built any
higher wilt cntlroly covor with water largo
portions of tho company's lands, without
any sanction of law or right whatovor so to
do. General Ilntler, in his speech to tho
court, raado tho remark: "Why, Your
Honor," ho said, "tho pcoplo of tho Dis
trict b&vo moro good water than thoy can
('.link now." Tlio Court passed an order
for tho defendants to show cauto by May
27 why an injunction should not Issuo.
Meeting of tlio Army oftho Pofniuiic
In llnltlniore, liny 0 anil 7.
Tho management of tho Haltlinoto & I'o
tomao Iiallroad aro makine special arrango
rjonts to provldo for tho largo travel to Dil
tlmoro during tho meeting of tho Army of
tho Potomac, May 0and7. Spooial trains
will bo tun for tho accommodation of tho
publlo between tho two clllos at anitablo
honrs. Tho Washington Light Infantry
Corps, accompanied by tho Marino Band,
will leavo by special train about 11 a. m.
May 7. Tho National Klflos, Veteran Corps
companies, Emmet Guard, Washing
ton Itlflcs, Major Fleetwood's battalion
and tho companies commanded by Cap
tains Kelly and Gray will leavo by special
trains. Professor Bousa has arranged an
claborato programmo to bo rondorod by tho
Marino Band In concert on tho afternoon
and ovcnlngof tho flth proximo, which will
tako placo on Eutaw Placo and Wilson
strcot. Tho on tiro arrangomonts for tho
enjoyment and comfort of visitors havo
been complotcd by tho commlttco In Balti
more. A pleasant timo Is, thoroforo, war
lantcd to all who will visit our sister city
on this occasion. Faro $1.20 for tho round
trip, good for two days, tho Gtli and 7th.
LOCAL DRIEFS.
The gas-lamps will bo lighted at 7.33 p.
rn. and extinguished at 2.30 a. m.
0. W. M. HutinELT. was yesterday re
appointed by tbo Court in Gonoral Term u
constable for this District.
The will of Cathcrlno Read has boon
filed with tho Register for probata. Do
censed leaves her clothing nnd household
articles to her flstcr, Bettlo A. Welsh.
Pibtorio & Proctor's summer reso-t,
on Seventh street, abovo tho Boundary,
formerly Beyer's Park, will bo oponcd oa
next Monday ovening for tho season.
Tjik second annual May ball of .Messrs.
Pistnrlo & Proctor took placo last ovcnlng
at their dancing1 academy, corner of Seventh
and I. streets, and was vory largely at
tended. Tub North Presbyterian Church has filod
with tho Recorder tho following roiult of
an election of trustees for tho church:
Alfred Duryoo, John G. Townscnd and R.
W. Ilobson.
Take tbo Baltimoro & Potomao Railroad
to Baltimore May 0 and 7. Army of tho
Potomao Reunion. Faro, round trip, $1.20.
Sixteen regular trains. Special trains to
nccommodato tho travel.
A colored man, named James Rey
nolds, (17 years old, died suddenly whllo
hitting in a chair at his houso In Johnsou's
Row, between E nnd F and Tvronty-flrst
and Twenty-second streets, yesterday.
IlAvniET L. Davis, through hor attor
neys, Edwards & Barnard, has filed n bill In
equity against Henrietta Davis and others
for tho salo of lots 4 and G of sunaro -103 of
bor deceased father's cstato, and asking for J
a uisirinuuou.
Mr.s. Lizzie Butler, a colorod woman
of No. 12 Picrco Placo, reports to tho po
llco thpt whllo in tho Chicago grocory store
on Sovcnth street, botwoon Hand I streets,
on tho 4th instant, alio lost or was robbod of
$135 in money.
The Hisses Annlo and LUlia Lowls of
this city and a company of amateurs, nearly
all well known in this city, woro perform
ing at tho Gettysburg Opcra-IIouso during
tho visit of tho party from Washington on
Monday and Tuesday,
A dispatch from Atlanta, Ga., says that
Colonel E. F. llogo has disposed of a two
thirds interest In tho Atlanta Journal to Mr.
John Paul Jones, lato of tho Toledo (Ohio)
JYms, and Mr. Fred F. Wilson, formerly
v. 1th tho National Tribune of this city.
Articles of Incorporation havo boon
filed by "Tho Uorso Owners' National In
surance Association." Tho object is to on
ablo tho members to insuro each other
against loss from death of domostlo animals.
Tho trustees aro S. W. Andorson, G. F. Ket
chum, K. 0. E. Odlorno and J, 0. Lout.
At a meeting of tho Columbia Zouaves
list night, several now members woro en
rolled. Thoy adopted a regular zouavo uni
form, consisting of tho Wost Point fatlguo
cap, dark blno jackot, trimmed with black
braid and ball buttons, scarlot trousers,
yellow silk sash, and whllo canvas leggings.
The will of W. H. Johnson has been
filed with tbo Register. Tho testator leaves
hid cutiro ostato to his widow, Anna E.
Juhnton. IIo leaves policies on his llfo to
the amount of $o,3S0, out of which oncum
biant.es on his roal estate, on G strcot, bo
'ween Sixth and Sovcnth Btrcots, are to bo
paid.
A new military company, to bo known
as Company A, National Guards, has b en
fliganlzagt'friipoinccrsaro captain, Bevarly
TucketyiW Jjatonant, Abraham Acwith;
first ecrgea&rTJames Breuor; second ser
geant. Thomas Jones. Tho company's ar
mory is in tbo fourth floor of Green Hall,
on Pennsylvania avenue, botweon Seven
teenth and Eighteenth strcots.
Take tho Baltimoro & Potomac Railroad
to Baltimoro May 0 nnd 7. Army of tho
Potomao Reunion. Faro, rouud trip, $1.20.
Slxtcon icgular trains. Special tralus to
accommodato tho travel.
11 Annum: licensor havo been granted to
Jacob Crumpton and Laura Peck; Charles
J. Stuart of Fiedorlcksburg, Va., and Anna
Young; Sevaren Ilorudon and Elizabeth
Holmes; Georgo II. Domonot nnd Magglo
O'Dowd; Wm. E. Valk nnd Nauotto L.
Reovc; Robort Arnold nnd Lizzlo Wood;
Walter S. Skellncon ami Cornelia Slopor,
both of Loudoun County, Va.; Albert E.
Illncs of Loudoun County, Va and Allco
E. NUbals of Canada; Ira 0. Nelson and
Emma Grubbs, both of Richmond, Va,
The Knights of St. Augustlno, Command
cry No. 2, havo clcctod tho following otlW
r cera for tho ensuing yoar: Commander,
Ananias Uurbort; first deputy, Robort
Coates; eccond deputy, Isaao II. Rrown; re
cording scribe, Eugono R. Lewis; financial
scribe, Isaao Landlc; assistant socrotary,
James Manard; captain-general, James M.
Toy; herald, W. J. Harris; warden, James
Gay; standard-bearer, Charles Johnson;
board of governors Horaco Dyor, John F,
Fletcher, Alex B, Thomas, Thorn is Ennls,
' Jurats 1'', Jackson, nnd Gustavus Flugor,
m
TIIE greatest euro on earth tor patn, Hal ra
tion Oil, will glvo Inataut reltet, l'rlce 25
cents a bottle.
iii ii
melliliiR fur nit tlio l'reiicberN.
V . S II 1 .Ifutl It T. , A.lltAW rtf ttiA 1 111
VKtiUL save editorially In tbo November
IbBO number ot tila nauori 'Wo baro tost.
Hi the merits it 1 Iv'a Cream Dalm. nnd bo-
Revo that bv a thorough course of. treatment
''twill euro olmust every case ot Oatarrli.
Ilulstor. aa a claBf. are nmioted with heart
Fann throat troubloa. and Oatarrh seems mora
vrrrvaiont than ever, wo cannot recommend
JLIv'aUream Ualui too highly." Mot a ltrt'ild
'nor a nnuil. Applied tj nostrils with the (la
ter. Take, tbo Baltimoro & Potomao Rttl
road to Baltimoro, May Hand 7. Army
of tlio Potomac Itcunluu. Faro, round trip
$1 20. Sixteen regular trains. Special train
to accommodate tho travel.
ESTEEM FOR JUDGE WYLIB.
ItrsolnllniiN Pnaaeel ly the DtnmborM
or llio Circuit Court llttr.
There was a largo number of promlnont
members of the bar In tho Circuit Court
room at 3.30 o'clock yesterday afrernoon to
Uko somo action on tho retirement from
tho Supremo Bench of Justice Wyllo. Hon,
A. O. Rlddlo W89 called to tbo chair and
Mr. Thomas T. Miller acted as secrotary. A
commlttco, consisting of Messrs. Honry
Wlso Garnctt, William II. Wobb, John Sol
den, Nathaniel Wilson and Leigh Robin
son, drafted tho following resolutions wnich
wcro unanimously adopted :
Whereas the Hon, Androir Wjlte has by
renlrnatlon retired from the position ot unoot
tho Justices of tho Supreme Oourtot tho Dis
trict ot Columbia) and whereas we, as mem
bers of the bar ot tho court, cannot permit an
action fraught with so much Interest to thti
bench and bar to pass without expressing our
feelings on tbo occasion t Da It therefore
Jttiolcitt, That wo, aa membors ot tbo barot
tho Supreme Court ot tbo District ot Columbia,
hereby eipreaa our blghrospoct and ostiem
for tbo Hon, Androw Willo both as a m in and
as a Judge, nnd our thanks to htm tor thn faith
ful nod nblo manner In which bo has tor
twenty-two years past administered tho lav
and fulniled bis duties on tbo bench: that ha
carries with him In his retirement our honor
and regard, to which bo la so well entltlod,
and our beet wishes and hopes that ho may
crown bis life ot labor with tho prolonged ago
of ease so Justly bis due: and
Jletcltiil, That a copy ot tlieso resolutions be
presented to lion. Andrew Wylle by a commit
tee of tho bar, and that thoy alio be spread
upon the mlnutos of tho Court In llano.
TUB DLODOBT CLAIM.
Tlio llonrlntr f Hi" Cnsn Hot Down
fnr Next Slomliiy.
Tho first hearing In tho celobratod ctso
of tho heirs of Lorln Blodgot ngtlnst
Ulysses 8. Grant nnd others was to-day sot
down by Jadgo Hagncr, in tho Equity
Court, for Monday noxt. This suit in
volves tho tltlo to avast tract of laud in
tbo northern part of tho city and county.
Tho hcnrlng comes on on a potltlou of tho
defendants to dismiss tbo amended bill of
tho plaintiffs. Tho plaintiffs rccontly dls
mtiscd their bill against nearly nil tho de
fendants and filed a now bill. Tho now
bill did not include tho dismissed defend
ants, butcomo of their property Is Involved
In tho new bill. They now say that If
they aro not practically defendants, thoir
property Is lnvolvod nnd tho suit cajts a
cloud on their title, and in viow of tbo dis
missal of tho first bill against thorn, thoy
claim nbsoluto oxomptton from tho suit.
THE POLICE COURT.
John Hall, colorod, was charged with tho
larceny of n nalr of pants from Potor Law-
eon, also colored. Lawson Identified tho
pants on tho defendant, nail said ho
bought tho pants and no ovidonco was ad
duced to provo othcrwlso nnd tho case was
dismissed, Tbo caso of Goorgo Courtnoy,
a 14-jcar-old whito boy, for shooting Walter
Gardner, nn 8-year-old boy, with a pistol a
short tlruo ago, was called for trial this
morning. Tbo shooting was admitted and
tho plea of carolessncss ontorcd. Tho caso
was suspended until to-morrow and nn in
formation for carrying a pistol ordored to bo
sworn ont. John Thomas and Thomas
Jones, two colored boys, wcro fined $5 each
for tolling stones down tho cmbankmont nt
tho now reservoir yesterday and cutting tho
head of nn Italian laborer.
"Olio Moro Vnlorltiiinto."
A young woman known as Etta Lans
died at 1103 U street yesterday morning,
tho residence of Martha Draper. Ic was at
first supposed that sho had died from tho
effects of malpractice, bnt such proved not
to bo tbo caso. Tho decoasod was woll con
nected, having respectable rolativos In Wost
Washington. Somo years ago sho married
a man named Conncll, but lived with him
only n short timo. Ho is now in tho peni
tentiary. Tho mother of tho unfortunato
woman called during her daughtor'a Illness,
but evinced no sympathy and docllned to
tako charge of tbo remains. Tho interment
will tako placo this afternoon at Glonwood
Cemetery at the oxpenso of Miss Drapor.
Tbo deceased leaves A child, which has for
somo timo been taken caro of by Us grand
mother. Catiglit After Tlirco Years.
Henry Coopor, alias Johnson, a vicious
looking young mulatto man, was sontoncod
to jail for six mouths for a wanton and
deadly assault on William Bettors, In
August, 1882, with a razor. Ho ovaded
arrest up to tho presont timo, by loavlng
tho jurisdiction, Tho statomont of tho In
jured youth was to tho effect that on tho
nlgbt In question bo attondod a ball at
Congress Ifall, Capitol Hill, Tho accused
attacked and cut him on tho left arm with
a razor. Ho then cut Frank Ncal. It was
shown that ho cut Bottors in lnlstako for
another man. Dr. Bayno exhibited tho
ghastly sear on tho arm of Bettors, which
extended half way around tbo limb,
A Nesv mill IlnmlNomo Iliillilliiir.
Ono of tho largost and handsomest Im
provements on F strcot is tbo budding
about to bo erected by Mr. Caldoron Car
lisle, on tho north sldo of that strcot, near
tho cornor of Eleventh street. Tho struc
ture Is designed for an ofllco building and
will bo similar in nppoaranco to tho Glovor
Bank building farthor up thoatroot. It
will bo 25 by 07 fcot and four stories blgb.
Tho front will bo of pressed brlok and tho
building will bo fitted up with passongor
elevators and heated by steam. Tho archi
tect Is C. H. Rood, and tbo cost will bo
$18,000.
A ClKiir-Hnker Acqntlteil.
Lewis R. Rart, tbo cigar manufacturer nt
Seventh and U etrcotswas acquitted In tbo
Criminal Court this morning of a chargo of
violating tho internal reveuno laws. Tho
cbargo was failing to mako dally ontrlos In
his books of tho number of cigars manu
factured in bis factory. Another chargo
ofbaing unstamped cigars In his storo
was abandoned by tho Govercmout.
i .
SOUTH WASHINGTON.
DinrCTOns' Mfetisci. Tho nret meeting o
tho nenly-elected board of directors ot tho
South Washington Endowment Itsllet Assocla
tlon was bold In tho association rooms, cornor
1 ot Eighth and 0 streets southwest. Tho reg
ular routine of business was transacted. Tho
association Is In a most prosperous condltlOD,
BLd Is largely adding U Its list ot member
ship. ItiEn TitAvEL. Tne steamer Clooreo larv
arrived at her wharf this morning from Haiti
moro, where she underwent a thorough over
hauling, Tho dally passonger trips ot tbe
Excolslonond Leary to Norfolk will begin to
dar, tbe Leary leaving her wharf on that trip
at o o cioca mis ovening.
Baseball. Tbe gamo ot baseball betweon
tbo Trodwella and Hustles otsiutli Washing
ton drew a largo crowd to"tho Wnshlugtoov
Barracks grounds yostorday afternoon. The
clubs wore about equal); matched and though
tbe scores ran rather blgb, tho game was,
nevertheless, on Interesting one. Kino tu
nings woro played, tho Beore running a tlo la
every consecutive inning until tbe last, when
a good base bit by n Tredwell brought In ono
seoro and tho game reeultxd In n oooro ot 13 to
12 In favor ot tho Trodwella. A club la to be
organized among tho soldiers In tho barracks,
and Beverat gamos will bo played by thorn bo
forotbelr departure
I UEBii Veoetableb. Tho Norfolk steamers
Excelsior and Jano Moseley brought up a
largo freight of vegetables and fruits this
morning. Since tho warm weather set In tho
passenger lists ot bolb steamers have beon
dully on tbo increase.
Mount VEnNOM pahty. The stoamor w, w
Corcoran carried tho largest party so far this
Beaion to Mount Vernon this morning.
Salvation Oil Is guaranteed to bo better
than all other Hutments, It never disappoints.
Twenty-live cents,
mitoHAL. Mrs. Itennlne of Q street, be
tieou Wilb. and Smooth ttreets, soutbwest,
mother el Mrs. Mr? I'. Martin ot tho Jf-teri-on
School building, la convalescing from a
long aid at one time serious spell of sickness
lYlilaperctl It Irs lilt) T.nr.
Much more Important It Is than penpls
generally eupposo to hava kidneys and Mil
der In good working order. Whon these organs
are right -Joy and happiness, Whon they ar
wrong, confusion and misery. Mr. L. II.
Clark, Ttberlnck, Texas, writes, "I base
utfd Brown's Iron Blttera fjr diseased bladdcf
and kidneys and havo bad great relief." Men
tion to your suffering Menu that this power
ful and pleasant t mlo may bo had at tho drug
Blore.
Take tho TSalltmoro & Potomao Uallroad
tnltaltliuoio Hay (I nnd 7, Army of tho
I'oiomao Itounlou, Faro, rmtnd trip, $1.20.
Sixteen regular tralus. Special trains to
accommodato tbo travel.
"Alilrrney JMIry Whkoiib."
Fresh AWerney butler, churned every morn
Ineand drll eroding lb "IVard" prlutf, IU3,
per lb. Alto cottage cheese, buttermilk and
encot milk, Be, per 4t, Cream, ISo, per pint
AMUaEMBHTB.
ronn'B orrnA-ltouSE. Ford's Opera Itouss
hnd ttinlargent audience ot the season gathorsl
wllbln Its walls list night to witness tho lap
tlsl performance ot the Hormnn.SsauIn Eng
lish Opera Company, 'Tra l)lavolv" Is well
calculated to test the strength otan opera
company, end to Bay tho performance ot last
night more than came up to tneatandnrd Is to
do simple Justice. Tho last performance ot tho
opern was elven hero by the lioston Iloil,
and savo in Whitney's part the company !t
night gavo a much moro pleasing nnd spirited
rendition than did tho Ideals. Miss Alfa Nor
man has an entirely original aonceptlon ot tho
part of Ztrllnth Hho throw Into ltamodost
yet piquant shyness that was perfectly lrro
slstlble, and by hor efforts last nlgbt has es
tablished herself a prims favorite hero. In
addition ton very bandeomo facoand figure,
eho posiessea a puro soprano voleo ot strongtn
and remarkable sweetness, without a seeming
weak or uneven notn in tho whole register.
Mrs. Beguln's Latly Altcaih Is tbo boston thn
stage, and her errorts last night wero received
with marked favor. Mr. James I'cakeamalo
nhltaaXoro AUuith. Mr. finorgn Tra7ernnr
acted and sang tho partotVa Dlaioto well.
Mr, Travernor has a robustness and manliness
if manner that la refreshing In n tonor. Mr.
Christy's Lorcnio was ba! and was tbo only
blemish In an otherntso eicollent perform
onco. A (Irnml JMllllnry IWciirHlull In IJnlll
morn Yin tlio Iliilllmoro null Po
tomac lliillronil-
Tho WaihlnglonCadctCorps, Major 0. A.
Fleetwood commanding, with baud and
dtum corps, will leavo Slxth-stroot station
of tho Baltimoro & Potomao Railroad on
Tnureday, May 7, at 12 in. by special train,
reaching Baltimoro about 1 p. ru. Tho apoi
lal train will run direct to Baltimoro, which
is within a few blocks of Baltimoro strott.
A grand icceptlon will bo glvon tho Cidct
Corps by tbo Baltimoro Rifles, Captain Mat
bew, tat tbo Douglass Institute which
Is only thrco blocks from tho
Baltimoro & Potomao Railroad station. Re
turning, tho special train will leavo tho
uaivcrt station at a o ciock trtuay morn
ing, reaching Washington about 4.30. Ex
cursionists to Baltimoro should biar in
mind that tickets purchased from tho
members of tbo corps will bo nccopted On
any regular train going and returning on
Thuieday. Thcso tickets havo beon placed
at tbo low rato of $1 20 for tbo round
trip, and can bo nuichated from mombors
of tho corps, at tho elation of tho Balti
moro & Potomac Railroad on tho day of tho
excursion. From Indications this promises
to bo tho most successful excursion ovor
taken from Washington by this organiza
tion. Willi fltreot CJnaslit.
New Youk, May 0. Monoy easy at IS
per cent. Rxchango firm and hlghor; posted
rates, 187J(94S01,
Governments quiet; currency Gs, 127 bid;
4s coupon, 1224 bid; Us do., 112 hid.
Tho stock markot opened steady, and nftor
tlio first call tlicro was nn nctlvobuylng
of somo of tho list, said to bo for London
account, which resulted In an advance
New Torlt Slock HnrKet.
Tho following bavo boon furnished by Date
man h 09., bankers, 1411 F street.
NAME. O. Ul'.M, NAHE. O. 'JV.iU
N Y cen... 87, 88 Erlo inn 10,
L Shore.... C3Vi 311 L ft Nash. 2'.) a)
Can 8 27 ,U Tactile... 4S 1H
NWest.... Ol'S, U2V, N J Con.... 3i 88
OM&Str 07-li 88 DLfc W... KKlVi lOfit
CB U Q..., l'.20 19.1VU ilteadtng .. 11 M'n
I'a Mall.... A4 fil NPa 174
WUnton ... r,Vh 69 " prof 38 3Ui
Mora fltu OJ'Vil Ills Cen....
Texra 10 10H oro Trans lfl.V in
Del t 11.... 7U TOU Itoek Ial. ll'JV tlU
Cenl'n.... 20 nowlWabasb....
r.nrnliign of "Ilrlo."
New Youk, May 0. Tho not carnlBgs
of tbo New York, Lako Erio and Wcstorn
Railrcad for March show an lncroaso over
last year of $153,000, and for tbo six
months ending March 31, a decrenso of
$259,000 ; with tbo earnings and expenses
of tbo Now York, Pennsylvania & Ohio In
cluded tbo lncrcaso for March Is $151,000,
and tor tboslx months tbcro Is a decrease
of $73,000.
llio Openlnic Market.
CmcAfto, May 0, Thomarkcts aro badly
mixed this morning, noano of them opening
together. Wheat 1c. lower; corn lc. higher;
potk 17lc. higher than yesterday's closo,
whllo oats, lard and ribs aro stoady at
thcso figures.
Clilrnjro BlnrKctR.
Tho following summary Is by B. K. Plain &
Co., bt. Cloud building, Ninth and F streets
o. u, L. o.
Wheat-May. 80 BW. 80 87
June. 88Vl 80 88i 87fe
July. OOVi Oiti OO'ij VO
Corn-May. 47M 48 47j 47
Juno. 47 47 . 47 47
July. 471 48 47"4 47'
oate-M. 8R as 3t :u
juno. 8i aii 3tt, av
July. 3D 35 u 85 35
Poifc May.
June. 11 23 11 27'4 11 05 1112V,
July. 1137 11 40 1115 1122$
Lard-'-May.
Juno. 0 82Vi OBH (180 0 80
July. POO 0 02Mi OB7Vi 0 87V
John O.Colo, broVor, 020 Eighth street,
lias received the following:
New Tom:, May 0. At tho oponlng tho
pools tried to support tholr epeelaltlos, and
tbo room traders wero apparently anxious
with them for better prices, but Erie's report
ot business, following that ot renusylvoma a
short time ago, showed conclusively tbo con
dition ot tbo trunk linos, and heavy soiling ot
New Tork Central and LaKo Shore was tbo re
sult later In tbo session. Iteports from Chi
cago aro that tbe Oranger dimcultles will
Srobably not bo settled exeopt at tbe end of a
liter war. With nothing but bad nows Ills
not surprising that tbe closing la very weak,
ond In tho outlook tor lower prlcos wo Bee
nothing to warrant us In advising purchases
oven at tbo decline. Oil easyi longs seem
willing to sell whon tbey can do so without
causing eovero decline
WnatiliiKion Hloclis.
Tho following are tbo closing quotations ot
tbo WoBblngton Stock Exchange to-day as fur
nished by Messrs. Towers & Oreon, bankers:
Bid.
Washington k Georgetown bonds. ..... IIS
Metropolitan stock 81
Columbia stock , 1U
North Capitol & O street 39Vj
Washington City Oasllgbt Co , 41
Georgetown Gaslight Co 39vj
National Metropolitan Insurance Co.... US
National Union Insuranco Co 174i
Arlington Insurance Co 130
Columbia Insurance Co II) U
rntomna Insuranco Co dS
' Illggs Insurance Co IV.
uoara or ruDuo woros ureeaoj ui
Masonlo Hall bonds lovi
Washington Market Co.stock..., 18
Washington Market Co. bonds ins
Inland and Beacoost Co.stock..., in
Inland and Pennnt On. bonds (10
Wasblntton llrkk Macblne Co. a ock.... !!
Dank ot Washington no
llankof Washington .10
National Metropolitan Hank 1U7
National Hank of tho Itepubllo
Termers' b Mechanics' National Bank,
Ocorgotown , 148
Citizens' National Dank ... 10.1
Second National IJank Ill
Central National IJank
Orent rails IcoCo 81
Heal Estato Title Insnrauco Co 10(114
l'cnneylvanla Telephone 00 , 57
Chesapeake ft Potomao Tel, Co 05
U, 8. tlectrlo Light Co 41
rori curing cramps, Bwelllngs and Inflam
mations ot oil kinds rub with Salvation Oil,
lrlco US cents.
Comnlnlng IltOS with TUItE VEOCTAULr.
TOPICS, nulcttljr and completely CLUihSf-S
and IlMtailUS T1I1U HI.OOU, Oalctcns
the action or tho Llrer and Kt Joe) a. Clrars the
complexion, makes the skin smooth, Itdocsnot
Injure the teeth, cause headache, or produce con.
st!patlon-AI.Ii OTIIKH 1R0S MEniCINKS 1)0.
rtijidcUnj andDruggUta erurywhero reoonunond it.
Da. N B. Uooaus, of Msrlou. Mum , mj. "I
recoiamnnd Uiutrn'M Iron Hitter M a ralmtilj tonta
fur ourltihlair Ui Uood. ami reoionng ul djupcptlii
ejmiptoras. It does not butt ths teotu."
Da. n. M. Deu!li .lUrnolds Ind , tars " I
hare rroacrrhod ltrnwa 3 Iron Illttord In onnos of
anaimU and blood dlJOtrolt alao when a toulo was
uoaddd. and It hu proved thorough! Hati4faotory."
MO.WH llinHS SilSt Mary8t.,Naw()tloaus,L.',
eayii "Ilrown'u Iron llitteni rtjllovad ue in uoaj
of tlool iKtlKoulnir. and 1 hoartily oouunonu It to
tlMMotiooilinft a puriUor."
Tho Genuine has Trade Mark and crouod rod Hues
onwnpper. T11U0 no other. Made only by
ItltOUN ClIKMIOAI. CO., II Il.TIMOltf., SI1.
laotra ItlNnlloOB untnlanilsttiartiva r.'ii
tatniiw lint of tinrw for mliKW infunnatl'ii abtut
coin ' 'TtTiM, atvly by all dnuyr In inciUiiilJ, or
mall ju kj uj addreu ou rouelpt of tlo sump.
jIRM'$
WARNER'S r,
TlPPEOANOJCi
THE
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33X I "IP 3? 5E53H. SJ-
8ATISFACTION OUARANTP.ED.
H. H. WARNEU & CO, Rochester, H.Y.
For SKIN ERUPTIONS
AND BAD BLOOD,
$l.dO A BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, H. Y.
W, T. nCDSON ot llrownovllle, Ala., makes
affidavit that four bottles of Warner's Tirrn
canoe, tho Beet, cured blm ot n caso ot blood
poisoning ot twenty years' standing.
For Spring and Summer
WEAKNESS.
$1.00 A BOTTLE.
H. H. WARNER & CO,, Rochester, N. Y.
Hcv. WM. WATSON, Watortown, N. Y , re
pons that his wlto Is Indebted to a thorough
tono cf tbo sytten nnd restoration ot hor
strength to Warner's TiiTr.cHNor:, tho best.
Ha, Ha, Ha, Ha, Haa!
Weill What are you laughing at? our cus
tomer, did you eayl Well, to bo sure ho Isn't
a dude, nor will his good senso allow us to
mako htm ono. Cut it you doubt our ability
lo mako a well-dressed man of blm, you havo
llttlo knowledge of tbo resources at hand la
our Immenso Clothing Stock at prlcos to
ostonleh and ploaso overy ono.
FOR MEN AND YOUTH.
A splendid lino ot Oasslmoro Suits from
$0.so up.
A full lino ot Worsted Sack, or 4-button Cut
away Suits from $10 op.
A beautiful lino ot l'rlnco Albert bults from
$1G up.
AmegnlQcont llnoot Odd rants from f 1.00
up.
A fnll line ot Whlto Yosts from 7Sc. up,
Ilest quality Bicycle Pants at $3.
A lull line ot Blue Flannel Suits from f 0.50
up.
for Boys 4 to 12 years.
A beautiful lino of Jackets and rants from
2 to 10.
FOR BOYS 13 TO 18 YEARS,
An Immenso Lino ot Suits 33 por cent,
cheaper than any other houso cau soil thorn
for.
THE IISEIT STORE,
Cor. Tenth and F Sts.,
t37Mako no mistake and como to tho Corner.
XIMBSJJih
BBA3XTOH OPPIOB
or
B. K. PLAIN -& CO.,
COMMISSION BROKERS
1
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and
Oil.
.nationax uorr.r,
(Entrance on Ctb Bt., or from Hotel Lobby).
By spoclsl arrangement with a New York
Houbo, I can till orders In Stocks and close
trades at closing quotations up to G p. m.
Offlco open from 8 a. tn. to 6 p, m.
J. VANOE LEWIS.
TOWERS & GREEtf,
Bankers and Insurance,
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Deposits Subject to Gheck.
Bpeclal attention given to Departmental and
otber Collections i Buy and Sell U. B. Donda
and all District Securities. Wo issue
Drafts and Circular Lottors of Credit
on Europe and tho East.
1), E, PLAIN.
W, H. HIDES.
B. K.PLAIN&GO.,BroKflrs.
Grain, Provisions, Potroloum,
Stocks,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and F Sto,
Branch Offlco t National Hotel,
WASHINGTON, D, 0.
City lleferoncos National Dank ot tho Re
public. Chicago Corrospondeute-MILUINE, HOD
MAN ft CO,
Constant quotations ot tho Chicago and New
YorK Markets trom dlroet private wires.
1', S, LILLEY.
T.A.KENDIU
F. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
and Potroloum.
1437 V STREET N, W WASHINGTON, D, 0
UP. ARCH prriOE 1 8. Holllday St., Daltlmore
taynallway and other Uoeurltles bought
and sold on OommlBelou only. StocKS and
bonds bought tor Investment or carried on
margin. tt
BWAVNF'S
OINTMENT
if a pltaiunt, tur curt,
HVUPTUMH r
ITCHING PILES.SS5a5-
ln wormiiiliifrJV
423-31 Elehth Bt., botwoen DandEn, w.
Closo carriages for wedd lugs, calls and rej
ceptlons, Uoardlog and Livery Utable,
xtSj&sJJ
custom vzP.h
PILES
CARPETS JND FURNITURE.
Julius Lansburgh,
315 Sovonth Stroot.
And Upholstery Matorials.
&
415 Sovonth St. N. W.
Carpets, Turnlturo and Upholstery, Now
Canton Mattlngr, n largo Block ot llabr Car
riages, and tbo celebrated
Alaska Refrigerator.
Window Screens and tho Celebrated Wood
Carpeting,
Lcoso Covers for Furnlturo a Specialty.
Carpet, Furnlturo, Betiding, Dra
pery and Upholstery YVareroom.3.
-S77-. HC- HOBKB,
BOl MA1IKET BrAOK, Q08 & 010 8th St. n. W
m-V- ' . l' ll . II
tv EJSiS:
wfilLU MAKING Itni'AIHS IN OUU HTU1IIS
WILL BULt,
ipLOTHnasra-
AT A MEItB SONG.
SliOES Sc IKCAuTS
ALMOST GIVEN AWAY.
$1 6X7 Mob's nnd Doys' rants $ 1 00
TSoChllds'l'antF, ago & to 12 so
$7 50 Men's Butt 6 1X1
$12Mcn's Illuo llanncl H fill
fin ' 10 no
$7.50Boja' " " SIX)
(IB Gents' and Youths' Oorkscrow,
brownand black 13 00
J1S Youths' and Hoys' Oorkscrow (cut-
nws;) 10 00
t.lEOChllds'Kllt, ago UVj to S 3 til)
S Chllds' Kilt, ogo'JH toS 4 23
J". -7T. SELB-Y.
1014 AND 1010 1'KNN. AYENDE.
13.. X). BABB,
1111 PENN. AVE.
OTercoatiHis and Tronserinss
Of my own Importation, now received. Gentle
men, please call, Inspect and leave yonr orders at
THE LKADIHG TAILORING; ESTABLISH
UKNT OF WASHINGTON. Best Gooda. Best
Trimmings. None bnt flrst-clais workmen eai
ployed at 1111 rKNN. AVENUE,
H. D. BARR,
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
Norfolk Jackets
E. B. BARNUM 5b OO.'S
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
B. EOBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Clothiers,
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
OVERCOATS.
OVERCOATS.
Wo will offer our entlro stock o! Overcoats
at greatly reduced prlcos,
421 Sovcnth Btreet,
(under Odd-Fellows' nail),
no21 M. F. EIBEMAN, Manager.
Excelsior Clothing House
JUSTUS HOLLANDER,
1217 Pennsylvania Ave. '1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
sie a.3St:p sia 7th so?.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILOIW AND 0I.OTIIIKK3.
SIB FKXNA. AVE., nnder Metropolitan Hotel,
JKWCMVrjr4i0ff5
G. T. KEEN,
TAILOB,
414 .Ninth Street Northwest,
i.ouih ici.rrr.r.it,
MEBOHANI TAILOR,
1322 F BTBEET NOItTHWEST.
CAICEE GUEED.
I bavo bad a cancer on my faco for many
years. I bavo tried a groat many remedies,
but without relict. 1 alnioBt uavo up hopo ot
over being cured. Dr. Ilardman, ray son, re
commended Sniffs SpeclUc, which I havo
taken with great results. My race Is now well,
and It Is impossible tor mo to expross my
thanfes in works for what this raedlclno has
done lor mo, Una. olive Uaiidium,
Monroe, Oa., Bept. 3, 1881.
Swlft'e Specific has cured a caneer on ray
face, and has almost mado a new man of me.
T. J, Teaie, Woclssa,.ria.
I have had a cancer In my right ear for three
yeare. I tried every remedy tho physicians
practiced, to no permanent good. Swift's Spe.
clllol.as wrought wonders for mo. lit Is tbo
btet blood purlUer In tho world.
John S. Moiutow, Florence, Ala,
Sniffs Spoclflo Is entirely vegotable, and
ceems to euro cancer by forcing out tbo im
purities from tbo blood.
Treatise on Dlooil and Skin Dlseasos mailed
free.
TIIE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, At
lanta, On., or 150 W, 33d St., N, Y.
Can ne bouaht
chcaner at tho fatal
Denartmeutot Jas.
ll.Mcdlll.daalnr In
llulldlDK Supplies. Nos. COS, 910,412 and Sit U
street. thieedoersweatcrthe 1'atent omce. Ini
medlatrljr adjoining National Hilled' Armory,
than at any other establUtbment In tho city. If
yeti with to buy even the smallest quantity ol
v, bite l.ad, oils, VAintsh colors, dry or in oil. etc.,
send your address on a postal card and a printed
prtce-llat ot e ery article sold lu this department
will be sent to you by return mall, reacblnfryou
In a lew boors1 time by letter-carrier. This ptlce
llft bH'i tbe price ol naif pint, pint, quart, hair
gallon, gallon, and live gallons of each kind ot
ull, turpentine, dryer, varnish and otber liquids
aold by measure; also, prlco per quarter-pouud,
bait pound, pound, live, ten, twenty-UvO and
lie pounds ot rerb article sold by weight; also, list
aou prices of rulac llaneous articles. Tbo prices
are graded according lo the quantity bought,
Eargu buyora gctv.ry lowoal prtoea; Binatl buy
ers pay a allgntly higher rate. My prices are
nxtd. All hu era bujlng the same quantttypay
tbe Bamo price, the Inexperienced buyergeta
tbo annie pilceaa tbe oldest painter If be buys tbe
RStxitqimuiuy.
Af tr eiamlnlng ray nrlco-llst send yonr orders
bv ,1-, ui rtfcr. tt Unbone or liv inall.aud tliv will
ii
btlllld promptly and tbe bill, ai iter prtcw-ll.t.
d promptly ant
collected ou delivery.
Uooda delivered to all
nittlK nf Itin rllv.
'Ibcotbcr drparlinenta ofmy baalness have
src n to allalaeiory pronorllona. I now gtvu my
.IHClalnltltkn to the l'alul llepartmnnt, aud
etircl, by liaMug a full eupplr of Uritclus
got da, e.iiu
brum t fll
goiila, e.llliK them at low prrea and inaktiiK
nrttnl i oeuine,iu auuru n uucrui aunrv ui
tli- luhlk f alienage
JAMKH II. MlOILL.
OeaNrlu llulldlliu Hupplt s,
ton to, VI J nnu 1114 U street.
Spring ai Snei
ttsie, co:k::ej.
For Gcncratlnp Steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Healing by Furnace.
For Heating by Lalrobc,
For Open Grates.
rott UALU
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
40 Due hole, Crushed,,,
US Uushcls,Crushed,i
ISTDellvcretl to Any Part orWashlngton or GeorGelown.Tat;
ICE. IOE. IOB. ICE.
UsTDnHETIDEXTT IOE CO.,
Having secured our usual Hit ..B BUI PLY of tho best quality ot
Wo aro now prepared to offer It to tho Cltlzons of Washington at very miderato rates, either
by tbo
DPoxrasriD, i-oasr on. oa.k.o-0.
Our HTOltAGE OAl'AOlTY on thn KENNEOna alone (nearly 03,000 tons) should belafiafo
guaranteo for n COhSTANT BUl'i'IjY OU T11E BEST QUALITY.
Our facilities for bnndllnir Ire second to none. Prompt Dellvory and LOW Hates,
Wo havo also n I.Altni: HUrri.Y (about 7,oon tons) of Oood Domestic Ico, which we.otferIat
lleduced Itates tn IiItEWEltS, I1UT0HEP.B, CONPEOIIONEUSnnd others In largo amounts DI
lltCT from our IlOUHEH and IIE1 OTH In DEOlltlKTOWN or DEPOT, Ninth et. wharf.
DIbCOUNT ON TICKETS 1'UIICIIAHED AT OFFICE.
TBLBPKOlSrB Ojft.IiI.S-
Offlce, 12th ami l'cnna. nvc, No. nn'l-2. Depot, Ninth Streot Wharf, No, 501-3.
Depot, 3108 Water Streot, 701-2.
MAIN OFFICE 32th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. N. W
i BTANDiroItD'fl DIIUG 8T0P.E. DWl nnd V sts n. W,
IIItANCII OH'ICKHfJVANSYCKEL'B DIIUO STORE, 1.1th and O BtS n. W.
V. IS. JOHNSON'S Wood k Coal Yard, 11th st. and It. I. avo, , w
I Nlnth-stroet Wharf.
nCI'OT ANDNTOIlll HOUflr.S! -fniOS Water st, aoorgotown.
0. B. OHUROH. Pros.
TYPE WRITERS.
TIE EEMMTM
STANDARD TYPE-WRITER
Wyckoff, Soamans & Bonodict,
BOLE AQENTB,
IVashlncton Olllcn, Cor. Rtli nnd P'StH.
MEDICAL.
. -.yv"i VVA.S.f
PINKEYE.
A Rernaikable Cure of a Horse.
In tho tall ot 18S3 had a valuable horso
taken with tbo plnkeyo, resulting in blood
poison, Attornlno montbaot doctoring with
nil tho remedies to bo found In horso books, I
deepalrod of a cure. His right bind leg wis as
largo as a man's body, and bad on It ovor 40
runntuR sores. Ho was a mostpltlablo-looklng
object. At last I tbougbt ot Swift's spocltlr, and
commenced to use It. I used Uttcon bottles.
In August last all symptoms ot tho dlseaso
disappeared. Tbcro havo been no elgns ot
a returo, and tbe horso has dona a mule'd
koi It on my farm ovor since
JAMFH L. 1'LEJIIXO, AUgUSta, Q.l.
January D, 1885,
Swift's Spccltlo Is ontlrely vegetable. Treat
teo on Blood and Shin Diseases mailed free.
the HwipTBrr.ciFiaco., Drawers, Atlanta
Oa., or 151) W. 33d Bt., N. Y.
Jn-A irtTTj PI R.7 BLY'8
m B- rs u i nnm if ri itu
uuixum jjiiiiiii
Cleanses tbe
Head. Allays
Inflammatl on.
Heals the sores.
Restores tbe
Senses ol Taste
& smell. A quick
AYrEEVfcSE? & positive Cure.
60 cents at DrugRlats. CO cents by mall register
ed. Mend for clrcnlar. Baraple by mall loc.
KLY BU0T1IKKH. Drugglats, Oego. N. Y.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
Immediate relief tor Cold In tho Head, Bora
Nose, Catarrh ic. 10c, a box. For sale by all
druggltta.
Mm Restored
IIlmivDyFiieb. ATlctimof youthful lioDrudrncs
cauaiatt rromaiure uecnr, nerrout ueumij, jn
JsUnboou. Ac., hiving tried In vain ovoryknowa
reniedy,ti&idiscoTere(T ti Rimplomeaniof nelf-cure,
which ho will Bend KUP.n to hla follow-frnfTprpni.
Ajiarcti,J.n.Ui:i;VLa,3ChatUflLubt.,NcwYorlu
SALARY AND
COMMISSION
In rnintiefpiit lHlNliifNN mnllnirer ftir
(tbls) II. '. li:Ni:UAI. A(li:.UV (control
ling number ot local attendee) for cxcluslvo
snlo of our Improved Mncblnes, Itans with
tbo Telephone. Over 7,000 In service. In
dorsed by highest mercantile, corporate and
expert authorities. Over no agencies estab
lished paying from 80 tj 100 percent. on in
vestment oviry (10 days. Sales In Now York
city approximating $500 per day. Aggrogato
sales over ISO.OOI) for January, 1885. Appli
cants must furnish tlrst-class credentials, nnd
deposit trom 1,000 to $2,000 cash security
not bonds for goods In their possession.
THE NATIONAL, Q. S. CO,,
21 East Fourtcontb Street,
apl-OOt NEW YOIIK.
CMna-Ware anQ HQiiseforiiisliiiig Goods,
AT LOW 1'IIIOES.
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
d08 SEVENTH BT. NORTHWEST.
SCHLITZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
TIIE BEST IN THE DISTRICT.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Aoent.
1221 TWENTY-NISTII BTBEET NORTHWEST
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN RAIL
ROAD COMPANY.
BUMMKlt AIUtANClKlfKNT.
TWO TKAINS DAILY BETWKKN ALEX-
ANDHIA AND BOUND HILL.
Leavo Wellington at t.23 a. m. and 4 23 p.m.
and Alexandria at v 33 a.m. and 4 33 p. m. Tass
Leeaburc, ttotng westward, at U 30 a. m. and 8:49
p. m., aud arrive at Hound Hill at 12:19 p. m. and
7.) i. m.
Leave ltonnd Hill at 6.30 a. m. and 4:35 p.m.
Pasa Lpeaburc. colntreastuard. at .12 a. m. and
6 17 p. ni nndarrlveat Alexandria at 8 0da.ro.
and 7.17 p. m. and at Washington at 8:13 a. m, aud
'r?.P.-.'
1UIN
DAY TRAINS leave Bound Hill at 5 30 a
m, and 4.33 p, m, Arrives at Alexandria at 8.03 a,
m, and 7:17 p. m, and Washington at 8 15 a. ru.
aud 7.25 p.m. Leave Washington at 0.25 a. m.
audt.05 p. ni., Alexandria at 0 35 a. m, and 8,13
p.m.; pass Leesburg, going eastward, at 6.12 a.
ru. and 5.17 p. m.; westward, 11:33 a. m, and 10.lt
P'm' B. M. linoPHY, Bnperlntendect.
STEAMBOATS.
DaIlX L1NETO NORFOLK AND FOUTRE83
Monroe. Steamers Oeorge Leary and
Lxceltlor, oommesclng May U, 189.1,
One of tbeso popular stuamers will leavo
Seentb-stteet wharf DA1LV, except BUNDAY,
atfi ilo p. m. For particulars Inqulro at Com
tapy'sonice, 7th st. wharf. Tflophouo No.
715-11. W. 1' WLLOII, general Agent.
T OW PARKS
JJ n
Ftlthl-OLASHi'AitK. in ltntiNn Tiitp.si.ua.
.n,,', t.La i,rf,TT-rT, . ?T yennifru v
. bieamer JaNK M08KLKY Monday, Wednes
day and butnrdai aisuto d. tn.
raaace at,d rooms st-cured at Oeneral Ofllce,
Hxlh-sitrttujiart". Telephone rail, 31.
K)J4jao liIVKIi LANIHSOa-SUamei
Tt OMlfO.N Monday, Wednejday and Friday at
7 a. m, noil
""v M 7l(jt-TU'' lElCii
iRrLY'STSg-SI
113000
It Is Easily (grilled.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Burn Out tho Grate,
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
DY TUE
(.1 70 1 40 Iluehole, NotCrushod f)0
U COU01lusbel8,NotCrushod a 00
I uanai uoaa, aoovo Aquoauct linage.
W. H. YERKES, Supt.
JtAJLROADi.
BALTIMORE &OHIO RAILROAD.
SCIIEDULIS IN KPFEOT BtmriAY MAY 3.
1858, UNTIL FUUT1IKH KOrlCh
Leave Washington Irom Station, corner Wtw
Jersey avenue and Uaticet.
. rorCblcngo, lo a. m. ond 10,10 p. m, dally, Tbe
10 ro. Is n fast Limited KxprtMlolliuiburab
ami Chicago nrrlilni in Pltiaburgb at 7.30 p.m.,
Chicago next mornlna at S.55. ifo eitra tare is
cbnrgrd on Ibis train for laalUme.
For Cincinnati, Louisville and bt. Losla dally
at 3 30 p. m. aud 10.10 n. m wltb through coaches
and I'alnce WMPlng C'ara to above points with
out change, .l.afl n, in. train Is a fait llmlttd train
loClinliinntlanil HtLouU. arriving In Cliicln.
natlri'.u morning at 7.45, Ht. Lnuisenp, in. no
extra are Is rbaiged on this train for fast time.
lorMitatntghat 10a. m wlib Parlor Oar, and
0.10 p. m. dally lo Plttahnrsh: Cleveland and De
troit, win, aleeplng cars to J'lttaborgb.
lor Ilaltlroore oh weekday. 6. u.io. 0.40. 7.30,
8 iw and 10 os. to,, lilo, l.S5.s.l5(JJ-nilnate train),
3 SO. 4 30.4 40. 6 40, U 40, 7. 8.UandlI p. m.
1 or Uaitlmora on unndaya, u.10. 7.30, S.M and
If .(J a. m 1.SS, 1.80, 8.30, 4,0, .4, 0 40. 7. l.-l
and 11p.m.
For polniaon the Shenandoah Valley Railroad
and points South, a il a. m and 0.10 p. m. dally,
ti.-JS n. in. train hiw I'nllmnu Sleeper from Wash
InRton to New Orleans.
lor Annapolis, 0.40 a. m. and 12.10 and 4.30 u.m,
on bundav. t.m a. m.. 4.40 u. m.
J-orwayatations between Washington and Bal
timore, 6, 6.40, 8n a. in., 12,10, 3.JO, 4.40. 7 and
11 p. m, On bundays. 8 30 a. m l.'io, 3 30, 4 40. J
and 11 p. m. For stations on .Metropolitan
Uranch, 7.M a. m. dally, except Sunday, and t JO
p. m. dally: 4,40 p. m. dally, except bnmlay, for
prlnchnlatatlonson Metiopollun DrDcli:s.40a.
rn. dally on Bonday stopa at all stations: lor
Lexington, tilannton and Valley Branch, sto a.
ci, dally except bundavt for Frederick, S 10 a.
m.. 4.40 p.m. dnllv. exeeetSundAr
J- or Uawiluwii and Wlncliealrr 8.40 a. m. dally
except r-nnday, and 9 so p.m. dally to llagcra
town, dally exci pi hunilay to Wlnrhcater.
'Iralnaarrlve Irom the West dally, c.7.Ma,m
LIS, C30 p. in.
irrom Annapolis. 8.30 a. m. and 1.S0 and 3.23 p,
m.: Hundny. 10.1) a m.. 8.85 p. m.
From Lexington, 5.30 p. in, dally, except Bun
day. From Tredeilck and Intermediate points, 8,23 a,
m. anU8.15 p. m. dally; except Hnnday,
Trnina leave Ualtlmtirefor Ww,UlnstonatB.ll),
ea, 7.to, ii, 0 os and lo to n. m., 12.13, z.se. s, 4. 4 1
J.e.tO, f,9ml lip in. On Sundays, C 30,7.4), 0 and
o n. m.. 1 30, 2.30. 4 20, 3. 8.J0, 8. Sand 11 p. m.
All trains fiom Wuhliiatonatopat Jtclayuta
tlon. except 1.23. 115 and 6.40 p. m.
Fnr Inrtbir Information apply at the Baltimore
& Ohio tick, t oOlce Washington station. S1V and
13ol rennsyhanla avenun.corner nfFoutcentb
Btreet, wbrre orders will betaken for bai gage to
be checked and received at any point In ineclty,
U. DUM1A2I. O. K. LOItry,
titn. Man,, Balllmore. a, I'. A,
rpHK anEAT
PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
TO THEflOIlTll, fflSTAMlSOimirVlHr,
JOUBLB TRACK. BPLENIIIB bUJC'KhY.
BTEKLBAIla.MAGNIFICEJITEtiniPitKNT
IN KI'KbOT Al'ltll. 5. It.-,.
THAINH LEA VK WABHINUTON from BUtlon.
corner Hlxtb and B streets, aa followi.
KxpresH of Palace Sleeping Cars at 10.50 a. in,
u,ii x as. .A.111F, ,w ,.j a. ui. u any in tJincinnatl.
lIIt:
Ht. loulB,lthH)eri.inL' Cars Irom I.trrlabiuir to
ClDClnnBtl.ftLidllotfl Car to St. Louts, datlj, -
,n.,B i.I,I.UIm..Im f- , .. 1-. '
Lfji,ciiurtiu-j7 w wiiit-'Ko, miiioireEioir uar Al
ttjona to CIj lento. Ctilcuco nnd ClnclDoatl ex.
press, 7,10 p. m. dally, wllb bleeping Can Wash
Infiton to Chicago andllarrlsuurg to Loulivillet
urir
connectinj; (it JHurrlsburcwlth w cat em Kxprewi
conneciingntJiiurrlsnurgwltli Woetern Kxprewt
with tbronch btppnera lor nipvplimt r.ntif.vlMA
and bt. Loots. Tactile Express, loior in. dally,
lor rutsliurcand tlio West, with through Sle.per
llartisburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE t POTOMAO BAILROAD.
For Kile, C'anandalRua, Itochestcr, Uaualo NI-
acara. 10 p. ro. dally, except Hatnrday, wltb l'al-
ace Cars Wasblnslon lo ltncliobler.
For Willlamsport, Lock Haven and Klmlro at
100 a. ni. dally, except Hnnday.
For New ork und the Kast. 7,15, 8.30 and 11 ,
ra 2, 4, 10 P. m, and 12.15 night. On Sunday, 4,
ion ra. and 12.15 night- Limited Kxprera of
l'nllman Farlor Cars 0,40 a, in. dally, except
ttuntay.
Tor Boston without cbange, 2 p. m. on every
week day; on Kurcay 4 p. m.
For Brooklyn, N. Y., allibrnugh trains connect
at Jersey cliy with boataof JironklyD Anuax,
atrordlnic direct transfer to Fulton strrei,
& oldlng double ferrtairo across New York city.
Tor 1'bllaitelphla, 7.15, 8.30 and 11a.m., 2,4,6,10
P. m. andl213 nlgbt. On bunday. 4.,i0p.m,
ami 12,15 night. Limited lutnress 11.40 a. m,
dally, except hundsy.
Tor Baltimoro, v.a, 7.15, 8 30, 0.40, 10.10, 11 (O a. m.,
lies. 2. 4, 4.25, 4.40, G, 7.10, 10 n. ru. aod 12.15 nlgbt.
bunday, 10 60, 11 a, m 4, 0, 7,10 10 p. si. and 12,13
nlgbt.
lor Pope's Creek Line, 7,13 a, ra, and 4.40 p.m.
dally except bunday.
For Aneapulli, 835 a, m , 1203 and 423 p.m.
dally, eicept bundAy. On Sunday. 4 p. m.
ALkXANDltlAarjtKUkltlUKblll'ltU KAIL.
WAY AND ALEXANDRIA dj WAUH1NO.
TONBAILltOAD.
For Alfxandila, 6.7. 023.1101, 11 i-, a m, 03
4 26,4.45,0 01, 05 and 11.37 p. m. OnHuudiiyat
0, n 25, 1 1.01 a. m , a 05 p, m.
For ltlibtuoud and tbe Houth, 6 and 11.01a, m.
dally, and 4.45 p m. dally. except Sunday.
Train, leave Alexandria for Washington, 6 0$, 8.
10, 10.10a. ra.,1.3.03. 223, 3.10. 7.G3 and 11.35 p.
m. and 12.10 m.tlnluhl, exct-pt Monday. On
bnmlay at a and 10.10 a. m,, 7.05 and 10.35 p.m.
and 12.18 night.
'Iltliitaardlnlormatlonattheofllcc northeast
corner ot 13th street andl'ennsylvanla avrnuo,
andattbeatatlon, wbere ordera caubelalt lor
tbe checking of baggage to doatinntlon from ho
tels and residences.
J. B. WOOD.
General Tassenger AceaU
CIIAS.E. rcan. Ueneral Manager?
Tho Now Orleans Fast Line
SHENANDOAH VALLEY SOUTHERN SPECIAL
SHENANDOAH JCNO,,VLCRAY and ROANOKE.
'1 be New Itoutnto th Houth and Southwest,
HC11KDU1.E IN l-.l 1'HOT MARCH IS. 1885.
Diva A.M., Daily, New Orleans rust Line. For
all points ou line of Shenandoah Valley, Nor
folk .t Western, Kast 1 enneasee, Virginia and
(leorgla Railroads. Atlanta, Maeon, Jackson
ville, Chattanooga, Memphis. Mobile, New
Orleansand Ibeboutb aud boutbwest. l'utl
inau Palace blerplng Cars between Washing
tonardN6w Orlcana without change. Uou
necllng at bbenandoab Junctlou wltQ Pull
man Curs. New York lo Atlanta,
Mlo l'. 11., Daily, Memphis Express. Tor all
points booth, Southeast and boutbwest. l'uit.
man 1'alace bleentug Cars between bbenan
donh Junction and Memphis without cbange,
connrcilng at Cleveland, Tenn , with roll
man Cars to New Orltuna without chauge
Trains have 11. JtO. R. It. 1'assmgvr flailon.
corner New Jersey avenueand c street,
lor tlckili.tl.rpltig ear reservations andall In
lertcatlon npply at ticket orllcea, uiw l'ennn.
nve , 11131 l'eutia. ave., aud nt depot 11. d: O. IUR,
andotbeeot ttie Line, DU7 l'enua ave,, where
o nets will b. taken lor baggage to be called for
In any part ol the city, A I'Ul'E,
E. J. I.OCK.WOOD, Oin, raj. ds Tkt. Ast.
I'ass. and 1 icaet Agent. ap7 lm
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE B. dt r, DErOT, SIXTn AND B STS,)
ii.in a. ai For all nay stations. Lexington, Ky
Louisville. Cincinnati, Columbus, Ht, Louis,
AJauy ainpi euuuuy.
11 A.M. For Newport News, Old Point Com
ibrt aid Norfolk. Dally exoept Sunday
1 brough parlor cur Washington to Old Point
Comfort.
Oilo 1', Jl.-For Loslsvllle, Cincinnati, lit. LoaU
and Chicago, rounectlng for all points Wfst,
for
Northucst and boutlmt-st: fastexnreM da
ny,
dots not stop for loial business, through full
. inroiuili
,11-
man service to Louisville and Clncitwail
For tickets and Information apply at C AO,
Railway othce, 313 Pennsylvania avenue, under
Natltnal Hotel, Va. Midland ltUw,.j ollco.Oul
Ptnu. avenue, and 11, A P. btatlnn.
11. W. PULLER.
OW. SMITH, 0tlPMMS.,Al.
I4eeeral ManALer
FRANK 1JU.I..N i Passenger Agent
cxconsiass.
tT. Vi:il.NWl MT.1 VKltNONl
bTEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
UttYtafcttiVfeiilh ttrffet bmtt daUf. 4-fH Hj n
la;, fur "ML 'fi r-uutA to o'clot V 4V u., rtlatth r
rbwW(i. Wtohiufiot KhnuL&i90. m. .
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