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RECORDS Or THE RIVAL*.
Tk? DannllfM Km R
rim.* known- of ths comnf sailing qcali
rriB??tbei* inwcuoic.-n".
From the New York Tribaae.
There is Uttlo to guide a betting man In a com
parison of the re*?>rd>of tlk1 two scliooun which
set out Saturday on their .J.000 miles sailing con
test from Bay Kidge to Boi he's Point. It la, as far
as records go, a trial of ?pe?*d and endurance be
tween a veteran, weO-waaoa**d racer and an al
most unknown -ailing quantity. The Dauntless
has a long sene> of victories and honorable defeats
behind her. Tb? Coronet ban never won or lo-t a
race. Below will be found some account of their
history and meeaurenifnts.
The Dauntless wan built at Mystic Bridge, Conn.,
by Forsyth s Morvran, and launched In June, 1S66
sb** w.ta then known as the Ilirondelle and owned
by S. D. Bradford, Jr. HeT frame was of white oak
and ha?-fc ruata k, wit a an outride covering of
white oak. The combing, skylight and cockpit
wen- ot solid m.diogauy. An the Hlroudelle .-lie
sailed one sueresslul ra< e?against the Vesta, in
U'toter, beatintr twenty mile-* to wludwanl
and back from the Sandy Hook lighLship in five
hours, twenty-eight minutes and fllty-seven sec
onds. She was beaten in two cup races and an
ocean sweepstake* in 1>*>7 and lH?iK.
in IN>"7 she was sold to James Gordon Bennetts
who rebuilt her at Noank in the winter of 1N?
and changed her name to the Dauntless. lf? r di
mensions I hen were: Lencth on deck, 1^0.70 ieer ?
water line, 1 ltf.uu feet; breadth of t^-aui, '_'4.*0
feel; di-ptU of hold. U.70 feet; draught, 1^.3 feet;
torn,awe, *J91.9. Almost her Hrst nin as the f ?aunt
less wai a trial trio from Mew York to ywens
town. She crossed in twelve days, seventeen
hours and !=lx minutes, and the news of this quick
passage cabled back put all the flags on the city
fiTTn ai full uiast. Only one yacht has broken this
record, the Sappho crossing only one month later
In twelve days, nine hours and thirty-six minutes.
While abroad that year the Dauntless entered the
Channel rice for yachts of all nations, from Cher
bourg around the Fab light and back, for a cup
worth ?..>oo francs, given by the emperor of Fmn<-e
through the Society des R-cates de Cherbourg.
Soon alter starting she carried away her fore-top
mast, but finished third among six yachts.
Inl870th? Dauntless und the Cambria sailed
their f;unous International o*-ean race from Cowcs
to Sandy Hook. The Cambria won. the Daunt less
finishing in twenty-three day9 and seven hours,
two hour*, seventeen minutes and flfte-n wcowls
behind her Kngllsh rival. On August It), lS7o, she
wa^ beaten by the Magic In s race over the N?*w
"York Y^ieht club's conr* lor the Amelia's cup,
and a month later she mushed third In a contest
for the Newport Citizen s cup over the Block
Island course.
In the regatta of the New York Yacht club on
September ~'H, 1K70, the Dauntless won a cup pre
senter by Hear commodore Douglass, on October
14,1X70, she beat the Cambria In a race rrom Buoy
3iu. 5, on the KiUse Hook, twenty miles to wind
ward and return (or a cup valued at 50 guineas.
In the Brooklyu Yacht club regatta of June "J7,
1X71, she won the setooner prize trom eight com
petitors. On October "4. 1S71, slie Ballet! trom the
bandy Hook Lightship twenty tulles to windward
and return, six minutes quicker than the Livonia
In a contest for a aO-guinea cup, and three days
later she beat the lm-adiiaught over the same
course, on Antra*! 14, 1*74, sac sailed a "scrub"
nice with the Fount, Wanderer and Alarm, from
Jtrenton sKeef to\ 'neyanl Haven, forasetof colors
suhI won. In a uc-.teh race, fi.ouo a side, with
W. T. Garner's Mohawk, in 1 s7.">, from sandy Hook
Lighi&iiip twenty miles to windward and return,
the Dauntless won, and on the following day she
l?eat the lh.-aolute lrom the Club-house at Staple
ion, s. L, to and around the Five Fathom Bank
Lightship to the S tDdy Hook Lightship. The
Dauntless was sold by .Mr. Bennett to J. It. Waller
In 1S7U. In Iskj she was bought by her present
owner, Caidwed H.Colt. Her lower masts were
shortened lor the ocean race a pout rive feet, but
her upper sticks were lengthened at the same lime
about as much. Herdim hstons now are: Length
over all. 123. 11 leet: water line, 116.7 feet;
treadth. iV.7 fit ?*; depth, ?.3 feet; draught, lii.G
leet: tonnage, :J34.04.
The c<-roact has never sailed a race before. She
"Was built at C. s K. Pulllon's shipyard In Brooklyn
and was launched In tlie spring of issf>. In July,
1VJ<S. b<-r owner, K. T. Bush, sailed in her with his
family to England, making the voyage In seven
teen Uajs and seventeen hours. Two thousand
miles of the run, from the Grand Banks to queens
town, were made in <?"ven days and seventeen
hours. The return trip was made In September.
lSHa. Her log &hows 1H> miles for one day's work
during that voyage against strong head winds.
Since then she has lain idle most of the time. Her
loretnast and bt*h topmasts were shortened for
tb* race and seven extra tuos of lead were put in
her keeL Her dimetislons are: Tonnage, aOS;
length over all, BKi feel; water line, 1^3; breadth,
U7 feel; depth, B14 feet; draught, feeC
i May SOll Hesr Beecher'i Veiee.
JTotu the Philadelphia Timea.
In the house of Thomas A. Edison, at Llewellyn
park, is a remarkable memento of Beecher. The
inventors phonograph for Impressing on a soft
metal sheet the utterances of the human voice,
sad then emltt tng it again by the turning of a
?rank, has never been put to any very valuable
RK>, sad Kill son has only gained from It a few
?thousand dollars In royalties from exhibitors. But
he utilized it to make a collec tion of famous voices.
Since he became famous his visitors have Included
hundreds of celebrities, instead of asking them
lor their auu^raphs or photographs, he ha.% in t w o
or three hundred Instances, requested them to
speak a few sentences into a phonograph. He has
kept the plate* in a cabinet, and occasionally he
run same of them through the machine, whlca
aendsout the words exactly aa uttered. Edison is
probably the only man who can revive the silenced
voice of the great preacher.
Hair's Wine Cellar.
Yima the New York World.
Mr. Hale has a very good opinion of himself and :
especially prides himself upon being a connoisseur I
of wine. No matter what the topic of eonversa- I
tion may be, he will Invariably lead It up to his
"famous wine cellar In Maine."' At a recent din- '
ner In Washington Senator M. C. Butler, of South |
Carolina, occunled a seat opt* ?dte Ilale. Taking !
up a glass of wine, Hale, addressing Butler, said: |
??Ah! G?neraL pretty fair claret this; but you
should see some of the claret I have In my cellar ;
In Maine, it was imported express"
"Humph!"' tald Butler, Interrupting him. after t
taxing a sip of th* wine. "I was under the im- ;
preasfon that this was Burgundy."
There was considerable laugater at Hale's ex
pens*. and the Maine connoisseur did not mention
nls wine cellar again during the evening.
Flicker l?alz mm the New Pitching
Rale*.
Trom the Minneapolis Tribune.
Dave Foutz, who has been pitching in California
during the winter, has the following to say about
the working of the new rules: ??! have a poor
opinion of inem. In the first place you nearly
break your back trying to stand In the pitchers
box. so that with a line drawn between your feet
the ball wont fly off a hundred yards or more out
side the foul lines. Instead of across the li?>me
plate, as the rules prescribe. This is the first
handicap I've noticed, and men when you try to
Kh ycu've gut to bold the bail In rront of your
ist; next, when you are atom to deliver, the
only thing you must watch for in to see that the
bail goes over the plate".
-H l* simply useless to try to strike a man out.
The batter never thinks of striking at the first two
balls, for the reason that he's got two strikes left,
evon if both balls are called strikes and the
pitcher has only three bulls to go on. You find
that your speed is lesaened considerably, curving
Is knocked in the head entirely and the batter has
an advantage over you at every point. The rule
with the three striken in It wa.- much better. If
tbry had brought down the number of bolls to
Ave and left the strikes alone, In my opinion they
would have done much better."
iiaf a .Hll? ?? the Tics*
from the Chicago Herald.
"Talking about peculiar railway accidents," said
a freight conductor on the Chicago, Milwaukee
aad St. Paul, "Vet. me tell you of a queer one we
had a few weeks ago up near Lanark. It was just
about three mile* east of that station that our
caboose jumped the track and began bumping on
the ties. We had a long train ahead, and were
just going down into the valley, running at a lively
rate, and it took a long time to stop the train. My
brakeman got scared the first thing and Jumped
while I went ahead and tjegan ^ettim? brai.-*, and
trying to attract the attention of the engineer and
of the bead brakeman, who was In th*- engine cab.
We had several passengers in the caboose, one a
man with a little boy. and they were alrald to
jump. The caboose bumped and rattl"d along on
UkttUes fully a mile. In going that distance we
paused over uoe high embankment and across oue
short bridge. The caboose clung to the ties all
the way, though sometimes, a.-, we afterwards saw,
the wheels were within an Inch of the end ot the
Hieepers on one side or the other, and thereby
savrd the lives of the passengers. The man who
kmi the little boy with him was almost In a faint
when we nn&lly brought the train to a standstill,
and no wonder, for it must have been a inghlinl
i ?* *
itaf ?( "SuhliMe Porte."
From tbe Starrb coMuopulitan.
The building of the porte, called sublime, Is, or
was, a kind of long, low barracks, without style
nnd without beauty. A fire destroyed part of it
surne years ago. The phrase "sublime porte" is
applied to bom the building and the administra
tion. This word has, however, a very anclect
origin. When the Turks, long before the conquest,
were only hordes of Tartars, ami notnuds lUelr
chiefs or sultans were In the habu of dispensing
justice at Uie door of their tent. There tne cadis
Mfeneuibkd and heard the complaint and then the
defense. The sultan appeared upon the spot only
at the conclusion of the trial to get the opinions of
the judges and to render his decislor^ To go to the
porte *a- for the Turks the equivalent of seeking
justice at the hands ot the sultan and his coun
selors. As to the pompous epithet -sublime" it Is
one of those oriental s^xvehes that the fiaitery of
the weak has U- towed voluntarily upon ihe tyr
anny of the strong.
Treating.
A writer In the Cleveland n?hlo> Is idrr says:
"No man of ordinary obncrvatloa but knows that
tne custom of treating in soloon.v?unknown In any
country but this?Is the cause of more drunkeu
nem than any other thing. Thousands erf men are
constantly drawn Into drunken sprees by It who
would otherwise have remained wber men. It Is
very rare mat a man will enter a saloon and delib
erately sit down to get drunk la unsocial lohiini"**.
It Is this bal>teliow-weil-met business of *uMne,
Gu^ what*11 you take?' that Is spreading the vice
OX drutaennes sil over Vhe land,'
Tlir Bell Telephone So it*
The government began Its against the Bel*
Telephone company In the United States circuit
court. In Boston yesterday, before Judge Colt. The
suit Is to annul two patents held by A. G. Bell on
the ground that, he was not the original Inventor,
end th.it the patents were fraudulently obtained.
The defense moved to b^ allowed to demur and
plead at the same session. The sitting was art
Journey pen. Iintr .TwiceColt"3decision oa this point.
The conn-el for the government are Solicitor-Gen
eral John Good& William C. strawbrldge, of Phila
delphia. and Jeff. Chandler, of Washington; forthe
telephone company, J. J. storrow and Chancey
Smith.
Discovery ?( a I.owt Heir*
developments IN TUK DENME ID MYSTERY?MARY
BKCNDAGIS STOKY.
A telegram from New Brunswick, N. J., March
14th, says: Thomas Henry Ayres, the heir of Wm.
Henry Ajres, and Cornelia Goodleliow Ayres, af
terwards Denmead, who was stolen from his
mother by bl > father in 1S44, wiien four years old,
and nev? r been si>u sinte by his re la lives, hits
b-en found at Suuuydaie, sed^wlcK county. Kan
. ?as. He h;is be-n teieiTiiphed for. and will sliortly
arrive here to aid In unraveling the Denmead mys
1 tery. Nothing of special lm;>ortance was brought
to light at the coroner's inquest ttwlay. Mary
Ann l$rund.ige, the only sister of the dead woman
Cornelia, told the story of her marriage, of her
husbaad's de^rtion of her, the stealing of her
child, and the sbumt afterwards brought upon
her by her eater's relations with the Dcnmeads.
She asserts that Corneda and Samuel Denmead be
gan to live together la ]K'7, although no marriage
ceremony had 1> en performed. The l>ay family
mentioned in one of tW papers Is the "Daly" or
"Dally" ramily of Woodrldge. The family is re
lated to the Ayres. John F. H. Baococlt, the vet
eran editor and publisher of tlds city, says that in
the early fifties Mrs. Ayres spent through him in
advertising tor her lost child in western and south
western papers a great deal of money, of which she
always had plenty. Samuel Denmead, in an in
terview to-day, tt.xed his wile s death about Feb- !
ruary 14th. He n\illirmed his love for her and
sorrow at her death.
>o?
Henry Ward Bcecher'* Will.
HE MATrs HIS I.IKK INf-CRANCE TO HIS WIDOW?HIS
CHILDREN THE REST.
The will of the late lienry Ward Beecher was
offered for probate before Surrogate Lott, of
Brooklyn. Saturday. It directs his executors to
collect and rev ive the amount of his life insur
ance, to Invest the same and to pay the proceeds
or such ln\estm.'nt to bis wife during her life in
equal quarterly payments, and bequeaths to his
executors the rest ol his estate, both real and per
sonal, of every kind. In trust for the benefit of his
children, lie appoints his sons, Henry B. Beecher.
W lUiam C. Beecher and Herbert F. Beecher. and
hl> son-in-law, Kev. Samuel Scovllle, of Norwich.
N. Y., th- exe :utors and trustees of his will, and
I nobond- shall be required of them. The amount
of Mr. Be?*e!ier s lire insurance Is r-M,000. He for
merly carried frio.ooo, but allowed f.'tO.OOO in poli
cies to lapse.
The movement for the erection of a monument
to Beecher is taking deiinlte shape, and already
several tho ;saad dollars have been subscribed. A
citizens' meeting for this purpose will be held In
I Brooklyn Friday evening.
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A Romance of Journalism*
HOW A SOCIETY REPORTER MET AND WON ONE OF
PHILADELPHIA'S BELLES.
A telegram from Philadelphia, March 12, says:
The fashionable frisiRls ol Miss Bessie Wheeler,
the "yueea of the Debutantes" of the late fash
ionable season. havent quite realized yet the pos
sibilities of ??society journalism" In Philadelphia.
When h? r (Bglgawsl to Mr. Hlchard McCall
Elliott was auuounced the many friends that
"Dick" Elliott had made when he was a reporter
on th- J'res* were equally ignorant that he was
the happy man.
Xiss W filler was t he belle of Mrs. Coxe's big ball
a ft'w we?*k.s ago, the event of th<> sesson. and she
i.-. not only one of the talLcat girls In town actually,
but socially as wolL she Is a member of the
dancing class and of the "Assembly," of course,
and her mother gave the last great ball of tha
season Just, after the second of the assemblies.
She goes everywhere and dresses handsomely and
expensively, having with her six younger sisters
and younger brother an Individual share, amount
log in each ease to nearly half a million, in the
fortune left by the late hoad of the great Iron firm
of Morrts Whweler a' Co.
Mrs. Wheeler is a very remarkable woman. She
carries on the firm's immense business as ably as
ever and is spoken of as "the best business man
on Walnut street." She looks over the accounts,
makes contracts and draws checks. M lss Wheeler
is a great dancer and overtops most of her part
ners. Her fiance Is said to have met her while in
pursuit of 'the fleeting item," and at once became
a favorite of her family. Altera season of visits
to their charming suburban place at Torresdale,
Mrs. Wheeler is said to have consented to the
match should Miss Bes-le prove true after a season
In soeiety. And now everybody is congratulating
young Elliott, who is a handsome, athletic fellow,
now in business for himself with H. T. Coleman ?
Co.
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The Firwt Inhabitant* of Ohio*
From the Clefelaod Leader, March 8.
Of th"? prehistoric races that once lived upon the
great territory of the northwest no record remains.
That the soli v. as once occupied by a people of In
telligence and partial civilization there is no ques
tion. But who they were, whence they came, and
how they vanished noljody knows, and speculation
exhausts Itself in trying to solve the mystery.
That ohio was visited by white men prior to the
discovery of the ohlo river by the great explorer
La s die, about 1070, is regarded as certain. Tract*
of white men in the neighborhood of Cleveland are
found said to lie more than 'J00 years old, and In
one instance a tree was found in Lake county with
the gashes of a white man's axe in Its Interior
careiuUy covered by the growth and layers of 400
years.
Talk Aboit a Big Coal Pool.?The leading coal
operators of the Monongahela and Kanawha rivers
have under consideration a scheme to organize
a pool or syndicate to control the entire river out
put of coal from the headwaters of the Monon
gahela down to New Orleans.
Burnett Tukany Forsakes His Bride.?Burnett
Tiffany.the New v<*k jeweler's son, who two weeks
ago created a social sensation by his secret marriage
to Emma Iaersou. a New Jersey seamstress, has
ag;vln stirred up the gossips by running away last
Friday night lr-jm his bride of a fortnight. He
took the French steamer la Ga^ogne for Havre,
and if the plaai of his friends are carried out It
will be u long lime before he will be seen In New
York a~aln. The departure was effected with sec
recy because young Mrs. Tiffany Is said to be a
very alert young woman. It was feared that If she
knew her husband contemplated flight she might
make trouble. He says he was drunk when he
married her. but the clergyman who performed the
ceremony says It Is not so.
A Captain Shoots cne or His Crew.?William
Stanley, one of the crew of the schooner O. M.
Rhoark, of Baltimore, was shot last Friday night
and killed by the captain. Jacob Doieman, while
In Chesapeake Bay. The captain says the
schooling was accidental, but the crew all say it
was deliberately done because they refused to
raiai- the foresail, as they knew the vessel could
not carry it In the heavy wind that was blowing.
Stanley was >hot In the face with a gun and was
! horribly mutilated. An inquest was held yester
day and the verdict of the jury was that Stanley
; I'uuir to nls death by sh<>oting at the hands of
Jacob 1!. Dolman, and that the shooting was
j feloniously and premedltatedly done. The body
was burled at the exin n.se of the county.
?
Mark Twain's Bookkeeper Charged with Em
bezzling |^o,ooo.?Frank M. Scott, cashier of
Mark Twain's publishing firm?Webster i Co., of
| New York, was arrested at his home, In Newark
Saturday, charged with embezzling f^0,r.?:w.81
from the Arm. lie was committed to Jail In de
fault of *to,uuo balL He Is well known In Newark
i society, l -married and has two children. He denies
! the charge, and says its all a mistake. Mr. Hall, a
i member of the flnn, says that Scott during his en
gagement with them had handled nearly
j $1,UM),000. The bookkeeper was not a drinking
i man and did not use tobacco in any form. The ln
i \estimations have not been concluded and the
j delicti uiiiy reach <30.000.
mayflower* Atlantic Trip.?Mr. Burgess says
the Mayflower ?111 not reach England In time for
1 th?* ^ti'tu\ Jubilee race on June 14, as she wlilnot
| start, till the 1st of J'ifce. Even it she were there {
; nhe would not go Into races. i
1 Ijqt or War and Incendiarism.?Fire in Mon
roe's hardware store, at Howell, Mich., Saturday,
spread until Ave rows of houses were burned on
v iHuu.i .-si reels. .Vouroe is county chairman of
i the prohibition committee, and recently received
a letter warning him to d?*elst from efforts in the
' cju-v. As the fire engine passed a graveyard a
? pistol shot wus tired and struck AL Fischer.
Ml"R!>kk>:d p.y a Politician.?Fry Smith, colored,
; aged roriy, was stabbed to death lu New Orleans
Saturday night by Thomas hoc he, son of ex-coro
i ner Koch , who figured prominently In politics in
' that, city during Governor Ksllogg's admlnlstra
j Hon.
shot His DAriiHTKK's'Setkayek.?A street duel
between Joun lioodwin, a wealthy farmer, and
Chas. Morehead, a young bank cashier, occurred at
I Potomac ilL. Saturday, ooodwln charge I that his
I l*?-year-old daughU*r was seduced by .Morehead.
j The two men net near the center of the town
about noon. They whipped out revolvers simul
taneously, and began shooting at once. Two
-rs In each or "?
ae alleged &??
n escaped wi
escape.
she Accrsts an aldikman op Buickmah-?
Alderman Ensming r, on - ot the oldest officials of
HarrLsburg, Pa., constable Low and Edward
Demuy were arrested Saturday on a charge of
blackmail. Tac prosecutrix Ls Mrs. Ilasseuplug,
w ho alleges t ha! ->u? was arrested on complaint of
Demny, who acciued her of keepliig a disorderly
house, and th.it the alderman discharged her
without a hearing upon the payment of (500. A
hearing will be had this week.
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Lawkbnck iiAKKitrr's Scknery Attachto.?Law
rence Barrett's scenery and protieriles were at
tached al Grand Kaptds, Mien., Saturday night,
by Henry F. willig, manager of the American ex
ciiange of Euri)|ie, and *l.~>,ooo in the box ofBce
garnls^ecd to secure a claim of said to be
due as a n*sult ot Mr. Barrett's English engage
ment in 1MS4, where Gilllg backed Barrett for
tw.oou
11 PSH! cuuuuuk at once. Two
chamb"rs lu ?*aiii on-:'s pistol had been emptied
when the alleged s?-iucer fell, mortally wounded.
Goodwin escapeu wauout a scratch and maue his
Senator fair's Big Deai.?The announcement
Is made In Son Fran. lsco LU:.t the Southern Pacific
has purchased Senator Fairs railroad, running
truui San Francls>-o to Santa t'ruz; also the Sena
tor's cable street road system in Oakland, for soma,
thing over td.000,000.
Baltimorx as a Wat statiqm.?The unhappy
Baltluioiean already Imagines he heara the brakes
man cry ing: "Uaillmore! twenty minutes for din
ner : "?Louuvt, U L \tunnr-Jourtutf. There will be
at least cue coiiioiHtluu?the passengers will get a
good Olanc<:.?iialUi>wrc Amtrtcan.
A Medicine Not A Drink.
HIGH AUTHORITY.
Hop Bitten is not, in any sense, an alcoholic bever
age or liquor, and could not be aoM for use exoept to
persons desirous of obtaining medicinal bitters. -
GREEN B. RAUM,
C. B. Oom'r Internal Reroute.
Washington, D. C., Sept 24,1884.
Dear Sir?Why don't you get a certificate from CoL
W. H. W., of Baltimore, showing bow he cured himself
of drunkenness by the help of Hop Bitters. His is a
wonderful case. He is well known in Rochester, N. Y.,
by all the drinking people there. He is known in this
city, Cincinnati. New Orleans, New York; in fact all
over the country, as be has spent thouaands of dollars
for rum. I honestly believe his card would be worth
thousands of dollars to you in this city and Baltimore
alone, and make thousands of sober wen by inducing
the use oI your bitten. J. A. W.
prejudice kills.
"Eleven yean our daughter suffered on a bed of
misery under the care of several of tbe best physicians,
who gave her dise&ae various names but no relief, and
now she is restored to us in good health by Hop Bit
ters, that we had poohed at two yean before using it.
We earnestly hope and pray that no one else will let
their sick suffer as we did, on account of prejudice
against to good a medicine as Hop Bitten."?Th* Par
tnti?Ocod Templar*.
? Milton, Del, Feb. 10,1886.
Having used Hop Bitten, the noted remedy for de
bility. nervousness, indigestion, etc., I have no hesita
tion in saying that it is indeed an excollent medicine
and recommend it to any one as a truly toulc bitten.
Respectfully, Rev. Mrs. J. H. ELLGOOD.
Scipio, X. J'., Dec. 1.1884.
I am the pastor of the Baptist church here and an
educated physician. 1 am not in practice, but am my
sole family physician, and advise in chronic rases.
Over a year ago I recommended your Hop Bitten to
my invalid wife, who has been under medical treat
ment of Albany's best physicians several yean. 8he
has been greatly benefited and still uses the medicine.
I believe she will become thoroughly cured of her
various complicated diseases by their use. We both
recommend them to our friends, many of whom have
also been cured of their various ailments by them.
Rev. E. R. WARREN.
CURED OF DRINKING.
"A yonng friend of mine was cured of on insatiable
thirst for liquor that hart so prostrated his system that
he was unable to do any business. He was entirely
cured by the use of Hop Bitters. It allayed all that
burning thirst; took away the appetite for liquor;
made his nerves steady, and be has remained a steady
and sober man for more than two years, and has no
desire to return to his cups, and I know of a number of
othere that have been cured of drinking by it."?From
a leading R. R. Official, Chicago, 111. mhlO-eo
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BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
As we intend to make this department one of the
features of #ur establishment, we desire to call the at
tention of consumers to the following bargains:
Cashmere, 40 inches wide, at 48c., worth 60c.
Cashmere, 43 44 ?? ?? 65c., " 80c.
Henrietta Cloth. 40 inches, at 00c., worth $1.15.
42 44 HIS " $1.35.
14 44 42 " " $140 44 *1.05.
Melrose Cloth, a very soft and stylish material, 44
inches wide, at 75c., worth $1.
Australian Crepe, at 50c, worth 65c.
44 70 " 85
Canvass Cloth, 44 inches wide, at 60c., worth 75c.
Casimer, a material similar to Cuhmere, but with a
heavier twill, at 50c, worth 65c.
Drap d'Alma, at 75c, worth 90c.
44 I1JS " $1.50.
Camel's Hair Glace, something entirely new, at 95c..
worth *1.25.
Albatross and Nun's Veiling, at 50c.?extra good qual
ity for the money.
Whip Cord, something like a very fine Serge, at 00a
worth $1.10.
A very fine Camel's Hair Cloth, in spring weight, 52
inches wide, at $1.20, worth $1.50.
Tricot Cloth, 38 inchea wide, at 48c, worth 60c.
Boucla and Frcizc Cloth, at 85c., worth $1.
Tamise and Tricotine Cloth at $1, worth $L25.
Beside* a great many other stylish and now goods,
which we are confident we can offer as low as same
quality can be found in the city.
Also, a full line of "Koecblins Battens." in black
grounds, with white figure dots and stripes, that are
very suitable for second mourning.
A full assortment of Courtaold's English Crapes for
trimmings and veils.
Nuns' Veilings, with tape edges, for veils, from $1 to
$3 per yard.
WE will BE PLEASED AT any TIME TO SHOW
OUR GOODS. EVERY ATTENTION will
BE GIVEN OUR CUSTOMERS.
iB,B aaa B E SUB r
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BBB A A ~UU~ M S 2 i'j
mhll 7TH. 8TH and D STREETS.
A SK YOUR RETAILER FOR the
James Means* $3 Shoe.
Catmo* !?Some dealers recommend inferior goods
in order to mak a larger profit. This is tbe ORIGINAL
$3 SHOE. Beware of imitations which acknowledge
their own superiority by attempting to build upon the
reputation of tbe original.
NONE GENUINE UNLESS BEARING THIS STAMP,
J AM EH MEANS $3.
This Shoe for Gentlemen is made in Button. Con
gress and Luce. iitM Caif Skin. Unexcelled UiDura
tnttiy, Vvmjvrt and A i>put rant*. A postal card sent to
us will bring you Information how to get this shoo la
any state orterritory.
3. MEANS & CO,
41 Lincoln Street. Boston, Mass.
Our celebrated factory produces a larger quantity of
Shoes cf this imde than any other factory in the world.
Thousand* who wear them will tell you tbe reason tf
t-An uuL- ??"* *?"4 .... ?
you ask them. JAMES MEANS' $2 SHOE foTltoys
m unapprosched in l>urebility.
Full fines of the above Sboes for sale in Wasbl
AX. 1 Cth *,? ?. . tj
? ? -. ?.??. wsm/wuu Mvui auiAi 1UA gtfllll.
N. Y. SHOE HOLrtK. 7th sud E sts. In Georgetown by
U. SOilMERS k SON. 3038 and 3040 M at. n.w.
KW-3ui
Gtentlemen's Hats.
SPRING STYLES DK^S AND OPERA HATS.
DERBY HATS IN COLORS.
"YOUMAW N. Y. HATS.
-KNOX- N. Y. MATS,
Bole Agents for this city.
B. H. 8TXNEMKXZ * SON.
Ia27-3m Hatters and Furriers, 1237 Pa. av.
Or* The Bzkl
CONCORD
We have en band a full etook of
iu< aU kinds at
$>ltfHFS
LUTXhBBO,
Jal2 497 Penna. ave, next to National Hotel.
Our New Stock
OF
SPRING OVERCOATS
> * -- (
Embraces a great variety of ewy trade, from $7 to
the finest Bilk-lined. Glad to hav* you look at than.
We bare opened about 80 doses
NECKTIES
of all the latest shapes. Look at them. They are the
best for the price in the city.
NOAH WALKER k 00U
mhO ?35 Pennsylvania avenue.
Established
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CHOICE OLD
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MILD, MELLOW AND DELICIOUS.
The peculiar medicinal qualities of Whisky distilled
from the finest growth of Rye in the renowned Valley
of the Moiiongshela, have attracted the attention of
the Medical Faculty in the United States to such a de
gree as to^ place it in a very high position among ths
We beg to invite the attention of connoisseurs to our
celebrated fine OLD WHISKIES. which we offer at the
following prices, in cases containing One Dozen Bot
UNRIVALLED UPPKB-TEN WHlSKY. . It
brunswick CLUB WHISKY 12.00
If yon cannot obtain these Whiskies from your Gro
cer, we will on receipt of Bank Draft Registered let
ter, or Post Office Money Order, or C. O. D., if desired:
deliver them to your address, by Express charges pre
paid to all points east of the Mississippi river, ana by
freight to any part of the United btutea (prepaid).
For EXCELLESCE, PURITY and EVENNESS OF
QUALITY, the above are Unsurpassed byany Whiskies
in the Market. They sre entirely free FROM ADUL
TERATION, and possess a Natural Flavor and Flue
Tonic Properties.
at our expense. Correspondence solicited.
H. * H. W. CATHERWOOD.
114 South Front at, Philadelphia.
New York Office, 16 South William at. d31
To SaTI8FY
FOUR LEADING
DENTISTS OF
baltimore.
Professor P. B. Wilson, of the Balti
more University, has analyzed ZON
W EI8S Cream for the Teeth, His re
port says it contains preciesely the
qualities that above Dentists says a
dentrifice should contain. ZON
WEISS is of soft creamy consistency,
and is applied to the brush by means
of an imitation ivory spoon. It has
peculiar, refreshing, preserving and
cleansing qualities and delightful
flavoring of its own. bold by all
Druggists.
Quinifobm P LASTERS.
A higher grade of Plaster than the pobtlo
has hitherto known. Mora penetrating and
powerful than common Porous Plasters.
Sold by all druggists. Ja21-3m
The Highest Grade Champagne
IN THE WORLD,
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CARTE BLANCHE,
A Magnificent. Rich Wine.
GRAND VIN SEC,
The New Dry Wins.
Price-Quarts, $30.20; Pints, $32.20.
For sale by the if ailing Wine Merchants and Grocers.
JaSiV
We Have Cut Prices
on ALL
HEAVY OVERCOATS AND BUIT8.
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COBNEB 7TH AND S STREETS,
fS
Otto Duker & Co.
BUILDING MATERIAL
DOORS.
BASH.
BLINDS,
KILN-DRIED N. C. AND MANTEL8
GEORGIA FLOORING A 8PECIATY.
We guarantee to manufacture superior quality of
work for leas price than any other Mill, and we have
the largest facilities and factory in tho country.
us a postal and we will give prices promptly to prove
what we claim.
Canton ave., President and Albemariesta.
Baltimore, Md.
Telephone 630. P.O. Box470.
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MlSS J ULIET COBSON SaYS.
In aa article entitled "Family living on $500 a Year:"
"Fori for a cooking stove and two other firas, and
lights, would cost about $8 per month, provided rvw,
wed in cities.** fee.
WE ARE DELIVERING CRUSHED COKB SO
ANT FAST OF WASHINGTON
OB dEOBGKTOWM
40 Bushels for $3.70
26 Boahels for $2.50.
COKB NOT.CRUSHED?
40 Bushels for $2^0.
26 MMs far $9.00'
WASHINGTON GAB LIGHT COMPANY.
411 and 413 10th
andean
^ MB'
, Mrs. FISHER dsvotsa her?23
Lady Patrons.
BOOKS, <feo.
Books; Books; Books*
GREAT slaughtering SALE OF BOOKS AT
BAUM*8.
Owing to the demand made upon us by our customers
for a continuation of our Special Sale, we have con
cluded to continue to Mil our books and STATION
ERY at reduced prices for a few weeks longer.
BELOW WE GIVE A FEW SPECIMENPRICES
Our Pub.
Legend Wandering Jew.G. Dore 11 78 MOO
Eiwkiiv 12 vole., with plate* 10 08 36 00
Sliskspeare. Ac., full morocco 4 48 8 OO
Josephus Works, in sheep 1 40 5 00
Chambers' Encyclopedia. 6 vols., clo.. 10 48 18 00
Macaulav's Eng.. 5 vols., half calf 4 98 15 00
Scott's Novels, 12 vols., half mor 10 20 36 00
Gypsy Baron. Erminie. Ac 12 50
2.000 Standard Novels, Ac., in cloth.. 27 7a
JUVENILES AT SPECIAL REDUCTION.
STATIONERY AT SPECIAL reduction.
OUR EASTER CARD8 AND EASTER NOVELTIES
AT OBEAT reduction.
FOB SPECIAL PRICE list CALL AT
CHAS. BAUM'S
mhl4-2t BOOK DEPARTMENT.
ENBYC. LANCASTER, ~~
829 7th street northwest.
Books, Stationery, Novelties and Catholic Goods, for
lenten season, at lowest prices. fl5-5w
rtlHE MINlfAND WORDS OF JE8U8,
I. Imitation of Christ,
Miss F. R. Havergal'a. and many other Devotional
Books. Religions Poetry, Prayers and Hym
nals. The Holy Bible, for the liocket,
stud}-, school. i:ud pulpit.
a C. PLRSELL, Bookseller.
mh5 418 9th st
J?aret Says
HE OFFERS HIS ENTIRE STOCK
OP
FANCY GOODS AND STATIONERY,
Everything Except Paper and Envelopes.
AT COST.
He is not giving up business; simply makings
change.
Call at
fl9-lm 913 pennsylvania AVE.
D
EVOTIONAL AND OTHER BOOKS FOR LEN
TEN READING.
Easter Music for Sabbath Schools.
Books for Subbath School Libraries.
Prayers and Hymnals, a tine assortment
Family Pocket and Teachers' Biblea.
Books for Family Devotions.
All the New Books received as soon as published.
WM. BALLANTYNE A SON,
f24 428 Seventh Street.
New Books.
Sobonler on Wills.
Cook on Stock and Stock Brokers.
Von Hoist Constitutional Law of the United States.
Realistic Philosophy, by Met'..eh.
Miss Churchill, by Christian Reid.
V hat is The Church.
Ihe Merry Men, by Robert Louis Stevenson.
W. H. MORRISON
BOOKSELLKB AMD STATIONER,
f21 475 PA. AVE., AND 1434 N. Y. AVE.
/heap Books. Cheap Paper.
par . .
envelopes to match, only 10c. a box.
ihe ?-heai>est Albums in the city.
Receiving goods daily at
JOHN C PARKER'S,
ocll 617 and 019 7th street n.w.
LADIES' GOODS.
Select Styles
iu
EARLY SPRING MILLINERY.
MRS. M. J. HUNT.
(26 1309 F st. n.w.
VERMILYA'S LADIES' SHOES.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
Being about to retire from the shoe business, I will
close out my entire stock of Indies' Boots and Shoes at
very low priccs ior cash. Any one wishinir to continue
thebusiness can buy the Stock.Good Will iuid Fixtures
at a burtraiii. J. 11. VERMILYA, (310 9th *t. n.w..
f23-lm Oi'iHjsite U. S. iv.ent Office.
M V.KANE,507 11TH ST.N.W.-CORSETS MADE
? to order. A perfect fit guaranteed. Also, a full
line of Shoulder Braces. Reform Waists. I'reuchCorseta
cud Bustles. Corsets laundried. celM-Gm*
FRENCH DYEING. SCOURING AND DRY CLEAN
ING ESTAB.. 1205 New York nve. n.w.
First-class DadieV and Gents' Work of every descrip
tion. ANTON & CAROLINE LERCH.
Formerly with
js29-3m A, Fischer A Maison Yricse, Parte.
^TEST8,PA^SI^f^lOI)"E8 IN FINE FRENCH
HAIR GOODS.
M1XE M. 1. PBANDI. 1309 F ST.
NOVELTIES IN BACK COIFFURES,
RUSSIAN BANGS.
HAIR DRESSED. BANGS SHINGLED.
Hair dressing by the month. Siiecial attention to
placing of Bridal Veils. m4-13m*
LADIES'
.Do your own Dyeing at home, with
PEERLESS DYES.
They will dye everything. They are sold everywhere.
Price 10c. a packmre?40 colors. They have no equal
lor Strength, Brightness, Amount in Packages or for
Fastness of Color or Non-fading Qualities. They do
not croak or smut. For snle by
TSCHlFFELY A EVANS,
no27-eo Drugeist, 477 Pennsylvania ave.
Fedora dress shields
Are the best in the world.
THEY ARE ABSOLUTELY impervious
_n27-s,t,thOui
A NTON FISHER'S
111. Chemical Dry Cleaning Establishment,
No. 906 G st. n.w. Thirty-five years' experience.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Garments; also \ el vet and
Plush Cloaks, Crane Veils, I,a<-es, Gloves. Ac., are per
fectly cleaned by this sujierior process. Ladies' Even
ing Dresses a specialty. Gentlemen's Clothes cleaned
by this process will cot lose their original shatv) und
grease s;ota guaranteed to be removed effectually.
Goods called tor and delivered. ja21
MISS ANNIE K. HUMPHREY, 430 10th ST. N.W?
Makes Corsets to order in every style and mate
rial, and guarantees perfect fit and comfort.
HER SPECIALTIES ARE
Frcncli Hand-made Underclothing, Merino Underwear
and linest Imported Hosiery.
Patent Shoulder Braces, and all Dress lltform Goods.
French Corsets and Bustles.
Children's Corsets and a 41 Corset (Miss H.'s own
mace) that for the price is uusuriioased.
S. B.?French, German and Spanish spoken. mrl4
SEWING MACHINES, &c.
The
SILENT new AMERICAN, No, 7.
SEWING machines,
with New Automatic Stitch Dial, are unequaled for
speed, lightness of running, strength and beauty of
work.
THEY ARE NO RI8K TO HEALTH.
The only Sewing Machine made without spiral springs
or cogwheels. Send lor circular and over 2,(X jO in
dorsements of V aslilngton lKxiple.
Telephone caU 422-2. C. AUERBACH, 7th and H sts.
Repairing aud Renting, all kinds. Sole Aireut. D. C.
Next Door to Auetbach's Bicycle Shirt Depot. ja29
OTH1NG EXCEEDS A SILENT WHITE SEWING
MACHINE. Acknowledged by experts as the finest
maehine extant for Lightness, Quietness.Speed,Perfect
V ork and Beauty of Finish. The White is Kin?. Be
sure and 3ce it J. F. McKENNY, Sole Agent, 4279th
st. li. w. J. B. RICHMOND, Manager.
Agent for HaU's Forms for Draping Dressed. Pries,
*31)0. Also Universal Patterns. Jal
Excelsior
NEBYE FOOD.
Superior to All Other Makes.
RETAIL PRICE?
Twenty-five (25) Cents per Quart Bottle.
For Sale by Druggists and Grocers.
Bottled by
FAXUEL C. PALMES.
. Depots; {laai^thstn.*
isassaia .*?
Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster.
HIGHEST AWABDS OF MFDALS
IN EUROPE AND AMERICA.
The neatest, quickest, safest and most powerful rem
edy known for Rheumatism, Pleurisy, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, Backache, Weakness, Colda in the Chest and all
aches and pains. Endorsed by 5,000 physicians and
druggists of the highest repute. Benson's Plsstecs
promptly relieve and cure where other plasters and
greasy salves, linamenta and lotions, sxe absolutely
useless. Beware of imitations under similar sounding
names, such ss "Capsicum,** "Capudn," "Oapsicine,**
ss they are utterly worthless aud intended to derive.
Ask for BENSON'S and take no others. All druggists.
BBABUBY A JOHNSON.
New York.
GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COOOA.
BREAKFAST.
natural lavs which
on and nutrition, sad
fine properties of well
ies provided our breakfast
-end beverage which may
ave us many heavy doctors' bills. It^fa by
? '
mdi
to
dous use of such articles of diet that a constitution
be graduslly built upjmtil
sz
? week point. We
JAMES EPFS k 004 Homoeopathic I
JaS4 m.tnAs
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
^IHESTER COUNTY CREAMERY BUTTEB!
pennsylvania'S PRIPE!
This choice and Standard Aide racy Butter. ftcM the
creamery of Rigbter Bn>*-,Che?ier county, Pa., m now
being supplied tofimfli?at their 8tau. 313 Cen
ter Market, and left at the hourea of cust iu?tb by de
livery wagon. Its purity la warranted and needs out a
trial to captivate the moat fastidious palate and to con
vince you of its merited superiority. RIGHTKK
BROS.. Stall. 313 Center Market where a fall line of
Creamery Butter, Choice Cheese and Freeh Eits will
be found. Cfci-lm*
Attention Of Housekeepers
Is called to
MY SPECIAL FLOUR.
Which I think
Has no equal
Tat
BOLLS and LIGHT BREAD.
Price low.
K. W. burcheli*
GO 1325 F St.
V. HECKER k CO.
THE
SELF
BAI8INO
buckwheat.
BEST
IN
THE
WORLD.
mhll
Patapsco Flouring Mills,
22 Established 1774.
PATAPfiCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT. THE PRE
MIER FLOUR OF AMERICA, AM) TIIE BEST IN
EVERY RESPECT FOR FAMILY UtiE.
The value of flour depends upon tb?* ESSENTIAL
ELEMENTS OF NUTRITION CONTAINED IN THE
BREAD IT MAKES. Vsryland and Vinriuia wheat,
from which our PATENT ROLLER FLOURS are
chiefly manufactured, lias lung btwn conceded to be of
moot *vtitrior quality, because it lias a BETTER COM
BINATION OF GLUTEN AN1) PHOSPHATES THAN
ANY OTHER. This fact is recognised. not only in this
country but in the United Kingdom as well, where
the "PATAPbCO SUPERLATIVE" awn,and* deci
dedly more mimey than any other American flour,
thereby clearly demonstrating its superior qualities
for making the vhtte-at, mceeUtt and most nutritious
Bread..
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR PATAPSCO SUPERLA
TIVE PATENT.
If he does not keen it, and will not get it for you.
write to us and we will let you know where it can bo
hat!. C. A GAilBUILL MANUFACTURING CO.
fS-tth.s-Om 214 Commerce st.. Baltimore, Md.
Pure Italian Olive Oii?
As sweet and palatable-U
FRESH CREAM.
Luge Invoices in Stock
EL1HONZO Y0UN04
Company.
? 428 9th street Jal3
HOUSEFURNISHINGS.
Our Bargain Sales
for the past two weeks have been so encouraging, and
hare brought out such crowds of customers for dull
season, that we are satisfied i>eople will buy bargain*
at any time of the year, whether in season or out and
we have determined to eclij se all former barvjins we
have ever ottered in our GKEA1' DRIVE SALE which
we will make on MONDAY and TUESDAY, 14th ami
15th insts., when we will astonish the natives in prices
of Carpets, Furniture and Draperies.
Remember, this sale is for cash and only lasts two
days?Monday and Tuesday?and dou't you miss it
W. H. HOEKE,
nihl2 SOI Market Space.
Wall Papers And Fresco Painting.
AT LOWEBT PRICES.
Just received, a new line of inexpensive
CRETONNES AND LACES.
P. HANSON HISS k CO_
mh9 815 15th st n. w.
Decorated Toilet Sets.
We are opening to-day new shapes and decorations
In
TOILET SETS.
The Best we have Ever Offered for the price.
wilmarth k EDM0NST03,
China and Glass Importers.
1205 Pennsylvania avenue northwest
J. 6. Lepreux. 31. Lepreux.
Formerly with P. Hanson Hiss & Co.,
J. B. LEPREUX k BKO., 508 7th st s.w.
We wish to call your attention to our large and com
plete stock of Papjrhangiiigs. Also to our prices. Em
bossed Gilt Paper, 50c. Ordinary GiltPuper, 30c., 35c.
and 40c. White Back Papers, 12kc. Brown Back Pa
pers, 10c. 0-inch Embossed Gold Borders. 00c. and
15c. 0-inch Embossed Gold Borders. 40c. and 50c.
5-inch Embossed Gold Borders, 30c. and 40c. All work
guaranteed. Orders by postal promptly attended to.
f3-6w*
Stoves.
GBEAT DI800UNT.
We will offer our remaining stock of Heating Stoves
at from 10 to 20 per cent discount from regular prices.
Agents for DANFORTH FLUID.
W. & JENK8 * COL.
*31 717 7th Stbxxt N. W.
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
Ejiaebts
HATS AND GENT'S furnishing?
In all the latest Novelties la
WINTER UNDERWEAR, NECKWEAR, HOSIERTJM.
Shirts to Order. 0 lor $12. A perfect fit guaranteed.
ELLEBY*8, 1337 F street
oc8 Opposite the Ebbttt House.
WOOD AND COAL.
V BALDWIN JOHNSON.
. wholesale and Retail Dealer In Wood and Coat
COMPLETE FACILITIES. BOTTOM PRICKS.
FULL WEIGHT AND MEASURE.
Wood and coal direct from the, forests and mines
by rail and water, and free from slag, slate snd other
impurities. GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Mate Yard and Office. 1101 R. L m.n.'w. Branch
Yard and Ofikce. 511 Astn.e. Rranch Office, cor. 9th
andK nta. nTwT All connected by telephone. anlO-Oa
Walter H. Maelow.
COAL AND WOOD
Main Office Ho 710 Dst n.w. Offices snd Ta
8thandBsta.S.W.,No. 816 Ait ba Ooal Depot?
Cor. Virginia snd Delaware avenues aw.
AU Offioee an connected with
Buy Yooi
COAX. AND WOO?
1121 Ninth strset
003 Pennsylvania
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
WEBER PIANO*?
Rich tooe. faul '.lew torch; preferred by leading
artists. SANDERS k STAY MAN.
mhl4 Solf .VraU.
ECKER TtBOaTTWCHEK ANI) E8TF.Y PIANOS.
Sold on euy terms and nppted.
SANDERS ft 8TAYMAN.
mhl4 Sole Airent*.
A REVELATION"
The UfW Estey Philharmonic '"hvan. A m air el In
the beauty mini variety of it* tone-eflBcta. iun'fi?uip iu
power. ForChureh rhavel m<( 8rh<x>l
bA-N i)KUS ft STAYMAN.
JAR Via Bl'TUUl Mstis***.
v?:i4 K st n.w.
Js 28-3ra 13 X Charles sc. Baltimore
(t, Ij, Wilt> & Bros
709 7th st. n.w. Established ISO4.
Kraiinh and Bach bow the leaiim: Piano* of the
workt Newby ft Ft iM and V i*r Bros . the beet me
dium quality; tlwoallT1!Mtf-rtoiur instruments.
All at lowest imff and beat installment plan, special
bir<iu (or cash. Tuning and repair, n* houestly done
*>10 ____
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UNEQUALED IN TONE. Torm. WORKMAN8HTP
AND durability.
Special attention of Purchasers Invited to the new
ARTISTIC STYLES finished in deaiffas of
HIGHEST DECORATIVE ABT.
BEOOND-HAND PIANOS: A Hue assortment Jf
prominent makes at all prices.
fcxiMto for rent.
*H. KNABE ft Of?..
A3 817 Market 8p*eo _
Do Not I*urchase
UNTIL Y'OU SEE THE EMET.SON PTVST,
A thoroughly fir*t-cls?? instrument at a medium prtoe.
Over 4 l.CHK) now in uae.
Second-hand Pianos and Oiyans at prices fromSlt)
to $150. SoiU ou monthly payments.
Largest assortment of 5-cent Muaic iu the city.
HENRY EBKRliACH,
ap24 015 F street.
tiDWAKD F. Droop.
0*5 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUt
Bole Airent for
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It S<?n8, Gabler, Decker ft Son, Marshall ft Wendell. Hal
]? tt At C'umston and other llanos; .Sterling Onraus.
y uric ami Musical Merchandise. Instruments ttolJ on
monthly payment*. Exchanged. Rented, Tuned. Re
paired, Moved, stored and Shipped.
New and Second-hand llauosof other makes always
it. t took at low i.-urea.
Telephone. 34?-'J. JelO j
SECOND-HAND PIANOS.
Chtckeriiiir's from $75 to 1*400; Ftolnway'* from
c 100 to Ki.ulx- from *75 to llapliiuiu
from #73 to i*^75; other makes Irom t-5 up. s?>Uiou
easy monthly n.iiUiJiuetita.
W. O. METZERt)TT ft TO.,
nil 1HKI ave., nearHthit
BEAUTIFUL T'rKKSHTK FOR SALE AND RLNL |
NEV. AM) sE<-uM> UANU
AT V. BECK Kit's.
S01 Mi ll SlKEET N. W.
IHIST-CLASS Tt'AIMl AND RE1'AlltSOF PIANOa
ORGANS, LONG EXPERIENCE BEST
OF REFERENCES. MODERATE
i'RICES. uE'-.Ini
FINANCIAL.
Prince & Whitely,
STOCK BROKERS,
04 Broadway, \ Ne_ Vor
180 Fiftli ave., S
539 15th street (Corcoran Buildintr.) Washington.
PRIVATE STOCK TELEGRAEU WIRES
B?*tween
WASHINGTON, BAL'i I MORE. l'HIIADEU'HIA.
NEW YORK. BOSTON, ft.%
Geueral Partners:
James Whitkly, H. Ckuqeb Oaklet,
Maynaku C. Eyre.
Henby H. Doikjk, Wa-slnn^toii. p. C.
William R. Tuavek*>, S|<ecial Partner.
Buy and sell on commission ull ciaaaos of Railway
Setuxiues.
H H. DODGE, Reeldcnt Partner.
Quotations of Stocks and Bonus and information re
franlintf the ta&rkets received thrv.uj.'h our wires in
sutuuy, direi t iroi:i the New York Stock E&chautre.
All ordeis extx'Uied and re|>orted promptly. Jol
HOTELS.
!
PERFECTION OF LI^NO.-TIIE ALTAMONT,
Eutaw Place, Baltimore, Just completed. Strictly
a Family Hoiel. liurfcent elevation, tin the haudwim
<*( etieet. l'trieci heat and ventilation. Iueandiateent
eloctrie Ltfht in every room. Home oookintr. Suites
?.l rooms. Comforts of lioUfeke< | ir?.' without ita itls
tomioru. Only lorty-llve minutes'ride trom Waah
itiirton. Ten uiinutes from dtp >t. Send for illustrated
b? "k desenlwutf ilotcl. W.L. STORK, Baltimore,
d 's-:im owner and Proprietor.
ATTORNEYS.
JOHNS ft EASTON, STENOtiltAPHERS.
U. S. Cotuniieeiouers and E?*miiiers in Cliancerj",
47? Louisiaua ave., l&uoma 1 Mid It, Gunu-n liuildintr,
W a^hiuirtoii, B.C. 'ieiepuoueo at otUeOsand re-sideuces.
jaS-;jiu"
C" tAMl'l'BEEE CARR1NGTON. ATTORNEY-AT
j Luw, llurlxjur Law Bmldinir, 4!H) Louisiana
! avenue, Washington, B. C. Residence, 1~18 H st?
? n. w. d~~
PATRICK O'lARRELI,
Attorney and CounBellor-ll-UW.
? Solicitor ot l^iteuto and t kuaii. 1 lOo F ?t.
I lii rtAnnrr K nt. u w. w-Sm*
1 1 V H Mil 1 VHt ATTOKNLV-AT-UW.
? Kooina and 4, GunUiii 1-a^ Duildin?.
Louisiana ave.
Residence. 813 T st. n.w.
DENTISTRY.
DR. DUKE! DENTIST, 715 141II ST.N.W.-TEETH
extracted without pain, by aid of a loeal appliea
tiou i)repared and used only l<y me. Teeth tilled tor il
in best manner. Perfect bttin,' set* ot artnmal bvth.
All ojierations miarantee<l. iuh8-lm _
B. STARK PARSONS, DENTIST.
nth st., comer E n.w.
Filling a Specialty; also, the cure of toothache with
out extrai-tinif. A local anesthetic used on the minis
alleviates tiio jiajn of oAti-etu.K.
K, T. M. TALBOTT, DENTIST. 4:17 7TH STM
three doora troui corner of E. DeuliHirj' iu a-1 ita
brunches. Teeth inserted *7 per set. Ail work war
ranted. J*"1
D1
PROFESSIONAL.
M
AD. EL7.EMONA. WONDERFUL GIFTED
xib-CLAIRVOY ANT, born with Second SitrhU _ Lver>
hmdeu mystery revenled. linds lo?t or t>ur?eo treas
urea or mines. Kecovera atoltn |>roi*rty, iu#*t tneuda.
Givts auccess in busiuw?%. Keuiove* a*l lamuy ti\?u
blea Causesai?oeUy marria^ea. ^ian?wu>
vetber. Xt\cr laila. Give* picture oi one you uiarr>'.
Ail in trouble consult tliiis cburvo> 4.nt. c uit f biciuie?a.
batiafaction or no i*ay, I) to 1>. uiaiu ?1
?tb at-, bet. D and E ata. nw. 11
M
ASS AGE AND
SWEDISH MOVEMENT CURE!
(4 PER W EEK,
Iu Daily Treatment, at
THE SWEDISH HEALTH INSTITUTE.
903 10th bt. ilw.
Ladies and Gentlemen of esi>erience will treat p?
tieuta at tlieir residence if deairt^tL
AT VERY LOW RATES.
PIIOF. HART\TG NIS8EN,
Proprietor and Manager.
Office hours:?8 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 4 to 7 p. m.
CONSULTATION FREE. fl2-lm
At R8' VairneI u'^Healer and Business Medium.
lakatedXu7M st. n. w.. where she will be^pl^ed
to meet all her frieuds and i?atrons. f>s'lm
MEDICAL, etc.
B
Y MAIL-1..C.-BEN SON'S CAPCINE PLASTER
by mail?lo^'.?Tot ten's Cap^iein^PU-ter ^
dU8-t,th^-3na G72 N. lOth aC Phdadt-lphia! Fla.
J)^The'oluc>t Established and only reliable Ladies
Physician in the city,
emu be consulted daUy,4?4 C st-.bet. 4X and bthsU.
^Prompt treatment, Corre^ondence and consulU
tion strictly confidential. Separate rooms for Uuliea.
Office always o|>en. mhlO-Ot
tvrTand mme SELDEN,
ESTABLISHED 1855.
Prompt aud reliable tr- auneut for ladies.
Advice free and confidential at all hours.
Office 7'jy 5th St., bet. G and H sta. n.w. mh9-6t*
DPSuo??8<>rVo'the^late Dr. J. K. Winder. No. 320
Sorth Exeter St., Baltimore, Md Sjiecialty, Chrouic
Mid Constitutional Diseases, hereditary or acquired.
for non-resident a. tu,th^ajaLh-oni ^
EAFNESS ?ITS CAUSES, AND A NEW AND
successful Core at your own home, by one wuu
was deal twenty-ewrht years. 1 rested by most of the
noted Specialists without benefit. Cvred htmmlJ iD
three months, and since then hundreds ot others Full
particulars sent on application.
Ja6th^fttu-6m _ New York City.
THA8~NEVER BEEN CONTRADICTED THAT
_ T)r BBOTHEliS is the oldest established advertis
iu? Ladies' Physician in tnis city. Lsnbes. you can
confidenUy consult Dr. BROTHERS, IWKi B st. s.
Particular attention paid to all diseases peculiar to
married or simrle. Forty years' experience.
iuh3.ini*
LONG-E8T ABU SHED AND
? be consulted dally
VI ME. DE FOKEST, lA
iHreaaUc Laoi^^
?t her resideiice, 901 X st.
at her residttliCe, ?01 Tst. u.w. Ofltoe hours troui 1 to
V p ?? , with Ladies only. fltf-liM
Manhood restored by using a bottle or
two at Dr. BROTHER'S InvijronUiiitf Cordial.
Will cure any esse of nervous debility and loss of uerve
power. It iiuparts vigor to the whole system. tt0? B
st s. w.
SPECIALTIES.
one
PILES!! PILES!!!
need suffer. Tbe wont form of bttod.
.knulMlaltMul PiW no tli.ttor how lonif
Tnsst
from
."SnaSBSr 2M3XK?sJr
~fKlT8?' Office vSi MUi st. n. w.
rwM BKOOXX TELLB ALL THE EVENTS OF
[ LIFE. All business ixmfidentiaL^ Laol?sndy?;
150 cents esch. 408 L street. betweni^4thand
B
RAILROADS.
ALTIMORE ANl> OHIO RAILROAD.
schedule la edsct. SUNDAY. MARCH 13th. 181*7.
nntll Inrllm notice.
I^ave WMfctafton from Htat|..n. rorner of Haw J?r
?? ittow anil 4 itrM
Port'fcioaro. 11 4:. a.ui and 10 10 pm.dally, with
Uiromrh comVt and aleertn* cara. The 11 4.'< a.m la
a J v-t Limited Kt|<i?n for IMtalmrv and Chic^o. ar
rix.mr iu J;itu?.unrai P oO p.iu.. Chtcavo uat n.ora
lw at 11.10. No riui fart ti cbtqml oil this train foe
fast Uuie.
For Ciu< iniiH 1. Louisville and St. lx>nla daily at 3 90
i> in and 1 o 10 p m.. with through coaclH** Mid Pater*
Sleeping I'm* U> Cim iunatt and St. Louis without
cbanre-3 3(1 p.m. 1? a faat tram to I'mdnnad
and St. Louis, arriving to Oiixiunati next nionniMr a*
7 :45. M. Lo?ie H 40 p.m. Noritn fare la chary -d ua
thi> train for faat time.
For iMtxhunr at 11 45 am ai.d h M p.m. daily ta
lltlwhiin*. Cleveland and Detroit. wlUi Parlor and
Sleeping Car* to Pittabnnr
For Lcximrton and Local Stations. 8 40 a.m daily,
exoeid Sunday
lor pouita on Shenandoah Valley K.R.. 3 30 vjo.
daily.
For Havre d< Grace. Newark. M Un <lt?ton and lliila
delphls. ? 30 a.in.. 7 10 p tu and 7 Xi p.m. lail>.
I'.r W lluiiurtou. Delaware mid tnt.-rmediate points
between Baltimore and Wilmington. 3 l.*> p.m. daily,
exept Sunday
For Baltimore on week day*. .V 0 30. 8 40.7 30,
830 and 10 03 am. 17:10,1:30. 3 L"> <4.'? -minute
train), 3 30. 4 30, 4 4(1, 5 40. tl 4... 7 35, * 75 anl
11-30 p.tn.
For Baltimore on Sunday* ? 30. 7 30. * 30 and
10 05 a.m . 1 15. 3 30. 4.30, 4 40. 5 40.8 45. 7 .i&.
S.75.11 30 p.m.
For Anuapolia 0 40am. and 1? 10.4 30 and 5 40
p.m. <>u Sunday H 30 a in.. 4 40 p in.
For May SUIxmi between Washing-ton and Haiti,
more. 5. ?( 40. S 30 a.m.. 17 10 p.m.. 5 10. 4 40. ?i 45
and 11.30 p.m. On Sunday N 30 a.m. and 1 15. 3 .10.
4 40. 0 4 > and 11 :tO p in. For station* oti Metivpidi
tanbrniuh 0 45 a.m dally. except Sunday. and .< 31
p.m. <laily . 4 40 i> in. dailv, Mtrpt Sunday, for pnn.-t
pal atatious on Metropolitan Branch K 40 a.m dally
on Sunday stol* at all station*. For tieitherabunr and
intermediate points P 3tla.ni.. 1'- 30 and 11 21 p in.
daily, nrrpt Surida\ For Frederick ? 40 a.m., 11 45
a.m. and 4 40 pau. daily. except Sunday.
For H*.-ersi< wn s 4u a.m. ami -> 31 p.tn daily, aa
(rptHuuiUy. . _ ..
Trains arrive from the Woat daily tl 70, < .80 a.tn.,
and 7 75 p.m.
From pomta on Mhcnand. ?ah \ alley K.R.. 2 p.m.
daily.
Fr. in; PhlUdolphia. rh?rt^r. Wilnanrton and Ba vv*
d?? Grat*. 11 ;40 a.m.. 3 70 p.m. and 10 00 p.ui dally
Froni wilmin*ton. lvl, and Intermediate poluta
north of Baltimore, 11 TO a in
From Ann?i>olia. H 30 a.m. and 1 SO, .?:2.? and 8 00
pjn. Sunday, 10 35 a.m., 6 35 p m.
From Harjwr'a Ferry aud Valley Railroad. 5 30 p-M.
daily, earept 8nti<la>.
Fivm 1 redenok and intermediate |x uita. 8 "?\> a. tn.
and 8:15 p. m. daily eaoept Sunday.
Traina lenve B?ltlnorefor Waahinirton at 5 10.6 30,
7;70,H 00.? 05 atiii in ;?0 a. m . 17 15. 2 :?0. 3. 4,
4 -,0. 5. 8:30, 7 45. 9 <K> ai d 11.00 p. in . <>n sandava,
0 30, 7 70. 0 or. and 10 3(1 a m.. 1 .*40, 7 :<0. 4 50,
5tOO, 41:30, 7 45. P (>0 and 11 00 p.m.
All traitia frvun Waahiiurton atop at Relay station,
esrept 1 30. 7 10. 3 15 and 7 35 p.m.
For lurther infonnnUon apply at the Bait nnorr and
Ohio Tii ket o?oe. Wavhinirion atation 819 and i:i'?l
IVnns.vlxania a%'etii?e. o??nier 14th atrwt. wtiere orilera
will lw? taken for l>.u.vatre to be ?'be<-ked and re>?iv?d at
tuv imitit in the city.
DAVII> I.KK. O. K LORD. 44 P. A.
Oeneral Hu|?? rinten<lant, Baltmini*.
PF.RCV O. HMI I H. Paaa'r Air't.WaahniirtotL nihlt
THR GREAT
PFXKRTLV KXlk ROUTE
TO THF, SohlH, \MlM A>1? SO!TlT?E?l
IH)l 1H.F. 1 RACK. SPLENDID J^thUik.
8TtKL KAILS MAGNIF1CEN I hijl II'MKM
l.N KFFF.CT JAM tl.? .??ith. IMS,.
Trama leave \\a*iu:i?.-ton truni Station, ci'rui't of I
and B atris-U*. aa folio* * :
For Pjttubtirp and the *e?t, ?'h.'-a?i' l.imtted F.xprnM
ol sh 4'piue; ?JVTR at !??>?' A.M dally, l-art
Line, M: 0 A. M daily to I'liu innati and Ht Uuila,
*nth slee|>inp liar* lrotn Harrialninr to Oinclnnatt,
and Butli t Oar to St l?iuir> >laih. rtirpt Satnnlajr,
loChkat.il, with Sleepmpr t'ar Httdwi' to I'IiIi iku.
Wi-stein r.xpntw.m s 10 I' M daily, *ith 81.* p4tKJ
Car* Mialiinirluii U> rtiii airu and St. Louia.au<l Har
nsbuiv to Clt velnnd, runiui iiw at Harn?ilninf
*itli through him* r? for L*'Ui?viile aud Memiiliia,
Pai'ittt tapreu*. 10 O0 P. M daily for Putebur*
and the W?i?t, with through sleeper Barnaliura M
' BALTIMORE ANP POTOMAC RAllJiOAD.
For trie. I'anaiiduik-ua, Rtirheater. Mutlalo, Nlatrar^
10:00 P. >1 ilml>. eaonpt Saturday. ?"iUi 1-alaoa
Care **?)?hin*rUiii to ll?H-u?*ater.
For tMliiamaiKirt, U?i Rn\en and tlniira, at -?0
A. M daily. e*<*ept Sunday.
1'or New kork ami the Eaet, 7:75. P 00 and 11 1 b
A. M 17 :K)t T OO, 4 15.10.O0 and 11 70 P.M.
On Sunday, P OO A. M.. 17 341. 7 00. 4 :15. 10 U0
aud 11:VU P. M. Liniiu-d Lapn-aa of l-ulliuaa
1-arlor Cura. P:40A. 1L drniy. eauept nunday. aud
4 :00 P. M. daily. . w
For Boaton without riiainre, 7:00 I'. M. every day.
l or Brooklyn, N I , all through trama ivun.rt S
Jem y t Ity with boau ol Brooklyn Anui-i, aft ird
1UK direct tranaler to l"ulton ftret-t, avuidluif doubla
lernaire arrtwe New_\ ork tJlty. ...
For Philadelphia. T :7.?. P :t)0 and 111 -? A M.,1 - id,
7-no 4 lo,8:00.10 00 aud 11 TOP M Ou Sunday.
P (K? A. M., 17 .W. 7:Otl. 4 15, 0 OO. ltCOOaud
11:70 P M. 1.United Expreaa. P 4U A. M week
daya and 4:00 P. M daily . ....
For llaltimore. 8:35, 7 :7.i, 9:00. 9 40, 9 ->0 11 1<5
A M 17: 0 17 3 .. 7 Ob. 4 00.4 li. 4.73. 4 4?C
8 oo, s : 10. 10 OO aud 11 70 P M Ou Hundafc
? :00'9 : 50, 11 15 A M 12 :40, 7 4X1. 4 00. 4 .1&
8 00, SO0. 10:00 and 11:70 P.M.
For l*ope'a rpi'k Line, < 7j AM- and 4:40 P.M. dally.
For Anuai>oli?. 7 S75 AM., 17:t0. 4 23 and fl 00 Pit
t bund^y. Nuudmju. 9 OOA il.,4 il
ALKXANDIilA AND IHEDERH'KHBI'RO RAIU
v\Ai. AND ALEXANDRIA AND WAsUINUToH
For Alexauilria.t>.00. 0 4">. K 40. It 47, 11 A-M.,12:01
mam. -J O.,, 4 75. 4.35. tl:0l 8 0.\10 6., ^d
11-37 P.M. On Hunc'.ay at 8 00. P4..11 A.M,
3 1X1.0 01 and 10.05 P-M. ...... .. .
For kioiiiiioml and the South. 6:00, 11 A.M. dslly, si*
4 35 P.M. daily. ea. ejK suudai
Traina leave Al? xaudna for * aoinnrton. 8:0.?, h 4K1
O IO. lll l.i, lo 43 A.M.; 1 :TO,3 Oti. 3 73. .? 10,
7:05, P 32 and 10 42 P.M.. and 17 10 m.dnw it
(exceptMonday). On Smidav at 1? t>0 and 10 4.1
AM :7 On 5:lO.P .37.10:42 P M and 1 - lOunrhl.
Tirkete and information at tlie oft.*., northeaat oi?r
ner of 13thatreet and Pennsylvania avenue .and at tlif
cLntioii, where order* can he left lor the i liei alii*i*
lnurv-aire to deetinntion from hotels and rwaldencea
t H AS E. PCOH. < o-neral Maua?r?*.
J. R. WOOD. General Paaaen*rer AyenA Ml t
1ED>HI.N I AlU l.INE. _
Schedule in ??fl?"?'t March 13tli, ISSi.
K 30 A M l.awt Tenn. Mail Daily for ttnrrcnto^
i Gordonsville. rhnrlott.-aville, Lymhbarv and sutMaB
I la-tweeu \lexaiidrta and Eytichliuiv. Briatol. Ku'>
ville. Koine, falera. Montgomery and New Orl.-au*.
Pullman Sle?l>er WariiiuKton t4> New Orleana.
11 70 A.M - Faat Mail l?aily for Warrenu>n. Cha*.
lotteaville. 44. .rdonaville. Statlona ? Ilea A Ohio Routfc
l.vnchbiirfr. Rockjr MoiiuC lHuawlle aud Ktatioua la^
t ween l.yuchbmv and Danville. Oreenaboni. Ihdeiirh,
Charlotte. Atlanta. Bit niurhani. Montiromery. New
Orleans, Texati and California. Pullman Sleej-r hew
York to Athinta, in<-0111 lection w itli Pulluian Sleeia-ra
Atlanta to New Orleans, and Mann Boii loir Sleepi-ij
for Birmingham. \ lckshuiv and Shrt ve|*>rt. Solw
trains Vasdiinirton to Atlanta.
7:115 P. M.?Daily except Sunday for Manaaaaa,
StrarliUtv andilitermediaP- Stations.
5 30 P. M.?Western Expresa Daily for Warrenton,
Go rdonaville, Charlntte-rille, Louisville, CiJicmnati
and Line of Chcs and Ohio Route, llillman slee|e-ra
and Solid Trams Wa*hui|rton U> Louianlle; al?> f*
Ld-ncbburK. Bristol. Chattanoom, Memphis. Little
Rock and all Mouthweatera Pointa Throoini lulluian
bleciH-rs WattlilutrtoT! to Little lt?- k without <-nanre
11 00 P. M.?s<juthern Kipreaa Dailvfor Ly ochtmrR;
Danville, Raleigh. A?heville. CharlotU-. Columhia,
Aiken, AuirusSii, Atlanta, Muiit?ouier>, New Orleana,
Texae aud California Pullui?u Klwjien- Wuahimriou
to Montiromery, c<?nn<s-tluic *ith Pullman Parlor
Mi mUrouierv to New < trleaua Pullman Sleeper* Waah
iuirtoii to Aili' U without chamre.
Trains on V< a .-hinirtoii and Ohio division leaveMaah
inirton P 17 A.M., Daily ex<-ej>t Hunday, and 4 45 P.
M. Daily; arrive Bound Hill. 11 37 A. M and < ldR
M. ? liel u min*r leave Koiiud Hill 8:05 A M. Daily, bud
1 30 P. M. Daily except Sunday, arminf WaahimrtoO
S :40 A. M. and 3 55 P. M. _
'1 hroUKb trams from the South via. Charlotte-. Dan
ville and Lyuchbmv. arrive in M'aabinjrton S.10 A M.
and S:73 P. M.: \ia. luiat Tenn.. BnaU'l and Lynch
l.unr at 17:01 P. M. aud P 40 P. M . via Cbea and
Ohio Route and Cliarl'itteavllle at 9 40 P. M.. Straa
butv Local at 9 47 A. M.
Tickets, Sleepimr <Tar reaervatiou and luforuiatiuB
fiirnishi'd. aud bunK checked at ofbet 001 Pennsyl
vania avenue, ana at Paan-u?rer Station. Penuaj lvauM
BailroHd, 0th and B atrveta. J AS. L TA \ lxilt.
mh 17 General Paaaenyi r A#r. nt.
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
STEAMER MATTA^O LEAVEK 7TH-8T._WHARF
_ tin Sunday*. Tneadaysand Tliursiiays. at 7 a.in .for
PotoiniM' nvVr landii.ira aa far aa Matlox Creek lirlnd
er'a v harf, Sundays down and Wodneadaj a u?>. Brent*
and Cliaj-el Point, Thuradaya down aud Moudaya aud
VN edneaday * up.
G. T. flNES, Ajrent, 7th-*t. wharf.
JOHN McGAllEE. Alexandria, va . A?ent. mh 10_
J>OTOMAC TRANSPORTATION LINE.
I'he Steamer SFE. t^apt W. C. Geo?rhe^an. will ra
tiume Ler tri|i8 tjetween BALTIMORL and W ASH
1NGTON au?i fur ail landimrs on the Potomac River.
March 1st, lea\ nu- llaltimore Tui?<L.ya aud 1'ridaya a*
5 p. in. and WaaUiUKton Sunday 4 p. m. Freight re
ceived on Saturday only aud muat be |>re|iaid.
Apply to bTEPHENSON A li.wO., AjrrnU,
7th Street Wharf.
. t4 IP 1 Oth at . n w.
f2G-8m mute. (i -^tb and l'enn. ave. n.w.
17HJR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS
JT NEW IRON STKAMER ??WAKEFIELD"
Leaves 7th at. wharf ou MONDAkS, '1HIRSDAVS
and SATL'RDAVH at 7 a.m. Returninir Tl'ESIiAkS.
FRIDAYS aud Sl'NDAk p.m., touching at River L*nd
liiirn aa lar aa Nuiuiui Creek. Currlouiaa, Va., aud St.
Clementa Bay, Md. ('< >nuecta with B. and O. R. R.
Shepberda. See achedule. JulIN B. PADGETT, Aft
VV. RIDLEk, Mauatrar. JbS
EIRECT TO NEW YORK?FREIGHT STEAMERi
JOHN GIBSON aud E C. KNIGHT leave Piar 41.
t River, N. Y? every SATURDAY at 4 p ui.. Btli aL
wharl. Maahimrton, evecy TUESDAY MORN I.NO.
Freiirbt at lowaat ratea. ap4
M
T.VERNON! MT. VERNON!
STEAMER \T~W. CORCORAN _
Leaves 7th street wharf dailv (except Sunday! for Ml
\ ernou at 10 o'clock a.m. Uetunuuir. nacuaa Waa?
iivtcn about a :30 p.m.
at-10 L. L BLAKE. Captaim.
OCEAN STEAMEK8.
SHORT ROUTE TO IXJNDON. ^
NORDDEl.TSCHER LLOYD S S Ca
1-aei Expreaa steamers
To Southampton vLondon. Havre), Bremen.
R R.Ema, W.M'h 18.11 a.m. FuldaSat M'h 2b.O ."tOaj^
S.h.Kuit-r Sal.M'b lM.2p.iu. Saale H ., M'b ;W,8.30 ajn.
b..Mia*> ?..M b 2:1.5a.ui. U.*,H^..Apr 7,11 -Waiu.
Comiortahle atateruoiua, excellent table, luxunoua
aaloou apiointmenta. i'ricea. lat cadau, f 7 J, 8HO, 8WA
4 loo, accordiuv to location; ^d cabin, ??>?> ateerairuat
lux ratea. Apply to L. t. DROOP,
uihl4 M15 l'enn. ava.
THE TRADES.
\ATKIDMAN A WARNEJsON,
*1 Boofc-Undera, Paper-ruler* and
Book AiaanfiK-turam.
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