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CITY AND DISTRICT.
POINTERS.
If ym xrrnt n I/-t.
If pom 'rant Uvant,
If y<? 'r>inl a Store,
If you tcant Hmm?.
If yrm leant a Uonte.
If you 'rant Lmigmgs.
If mm irant a Tenant.
If you irant a Boanisr,
If gum 'rant to hrn-l M-mry,
If yon >ra"t to /<? rrotr
If ym u-anl to Srli Anything,
If you want to ftuy Anything.?
AUtrrtwr the fad in The Ex>rung Star.
tr EYEHYHOl-Y KF. \ I'S T1IF. STAR, jtJ
SKF.n HKS ABOUT TOWN.
Odd Caller* at the White House?A Fe
male Private Secretary, Etc.
What a sambrr of queer people visit the
White House. They stem to be .-iffected by
some unknown law of gravitation which brings
th< m to the President's home; the same law
which at this season of the year draws a boy
away from school and lands him somewhere
near a crack in the fence which surround* the
base-bail grounds. A simple-hearted old col
ored woman was there a few days since
and asked Capt. Densmore if she could see the
Presideut. Her manner was so confident that
the captain thought she perhaps had had some
previous acquaintance with the chief execu
tive. so he asked her if she knew the President.
??No." said she. with something of regret in
her tones, ??but." and here she became more
assertive. "I useter wash fo' a man who useter
wo k fo' him wnnst."
Her claim was not recognized, and she went
sorrowing away, but she returned on the next
Lublic reception day and was made happy by a
uMake.
TREAsrRED O LOVES.
Sot a few of the visitors, especially those of
the feminine persuasion, have a positive feel
ing of veneration for the President, and some
of them do very odd things while under the
influence of his presence. The medal, up to
date, is held bv a very stylish little lady, a resi
dent of New Vork city. She whs at the White
Hoiue on Saturday, waiting with the rest of the
crowd for the President to come downstairs to
the tri-weeklv reception, when an idea struck
her; hit her hard. She rushed up to an usher
and inquired of him as to the whereabouts of
the nearest glove store. The information was
given and off she dashed, returning in fifteen
minutes with a new pair of the most expensive
kind of gloves on her pretty hands. Scrupu
lously avoiding contact with any of the crowd
she at last reached the President, and when he
grasped her sliui little fingers she brought her
left hand into service and completely inclosed
the President's palm. She got a iittle more
shake than mo*t of the others did. Then she
tool* off her gloves and wrapped them up care
fully in i ,i| ? r. She told rapt. Den-more that
?he would k. iptWm under a glass case, and
tl.at while she lived no other hands than her
own would be privileged to touch tliem.
A BRIGHT LITTLE WOKAX.
There was a very bright little woman in the
mansion yesterday. Her name is Banks?Miss
Lizzie Hanks -and she is a fair example of
what a timid, modest young lady can do when
she starts out right. She entered newspaper
life about a year ago. and did most of her work
in St. Paul and the northwest. Some corres
pondence was done for Minister Hicks' paper
at Gshkosh. when Minister Hicks was only an
editor. Miss Hanks is now the minister's pri
vate secretary, and is en route for Peru.
ONE LITTLE IM>iAN.
The crowd of seekers after salaries is dwind
ling away. Day after day sees it become
smaller by degrees and beautifully less, and
each succeeding night reveals an increased
quantity of elbow-room in the hotel-lobbies.
Those who have departed have, as a rule, gone
h< >me in a decidedly unhappy frame of mind.
They are metaphorically kicking themselves
because they did not stay at home. One man.
who came to town on the second day of March,
and who has failed to secure anything in the
nature of an otiice, went home happy last Sat
urday night. Early in the evening he ap
p. ared m the the lobby of the hotel where he
has lived at u r5 rate and there was a life-size
smile on his fr.ee.
"Have yoti got your appointment?" was the
query th.ust at him by half a dozen friends,
n >ne of whom had seen him smile to any seri
ous extent since inauguration.
"I've got ail I want. ' was his satisfied re
sponse. started in." he continued "to be
an Indian agent, but 1 never saw the Secre
tary of the interior until to-day. After having
refu-ed to see me on about forty previous oc
r sions he granted me a two-minute interview
this- afternoon, and when he got through
shaking my haud 1 told him that I really did'nt
expect to get that Indian agency. That con
fession sort o' pleased him. for he smiled.
1 hen 1 told him that 1 did have one little favor
to ask of him. He told me to go ahead, so 1
?ki<l. Mr. Secretary, will you just give me one
Indian? 1 don't care two cents whether it is a
buck, a squaw or a pappoose; just one Indian.
I ll manage it somehow so that it will make a
little money for me. I've* worked hard for the
iiartv and all 1 want in return is one solitary
ndlali.'
"Now. boys, he concluded. "I ain't going to
tell you what the Secretary said, but I've got
my Indian and I'm going home happy."
fc^The local circulation of The Etesixo
8tar is not only the ?jrge*t and fulhat, but it is
also the best, since the paper goes not alone
into the hands of the people of the District of
Columbia as a body, but regularly into their
.?into the families of all classes, and
into those of the money-spending as well as
the money-earning portion of the community.
An advertisement in its columns therefore
reaches the eye of everybody worth reaching.
Convicted of Receiving Stolen floods.
in the Criminal Court. Judge Bradley, yes
terday. the trial of the colored man. James
Waters. indicted for receiving stolen property,
?he proceeds of the burglaries at the houses of
toL A. T. Brittou and Lt. A. C.Tyler for which
Oeorge Parker has been convicted, was re
sumed.
The jury in fifteen minutes returned a ver
dict of guilty on the first count (the Tyler
property V g lilty on the second < Britton prop
erty i under the value of *35. and not guilty as
to the third i the Dawes property). Notice of
asotiun for new trial was given.
Transfers of Real Kstate.
Deeds in fee have been filed as follows: J. A.
Luttrell et aL. trustees, to Kalph I.. Hall, trus
tee. pt. 5. sq. 1*12; 7l.052.70. Same to Sophia
M. A. Hall. pt. 5. do.: ?1.052.70. Elizabeth
Co* et al. to Henry Oettinger. pta. 193 and 1%.
T.'s addition to W. W.; * ?. B. F. Leigh ton et
at., trustees, to Johanna H. Padgett, lot 15. blk.
IS. Krookland; #2*9.12. Genevieve E. Walker
to A. Fi?her. lot 9. sq. 87*; ? 1.254.25. Fanny
Mh-mjii to Johu U. Slater, pt. 1. sq. 150: * 100.
Margaret A. Alien to name, same property; #1IJ0.
J, ume R. Hall to ('has. A. Kiddle, sub lot 25.
?>{. 471;#?. C. A. Kiddle to F. P. Hall, same
property; Martha E. Devaughan et al. to
Abraham G. Cook, part 15. sq. 52V; *1.918. K.
11. Whitman to W. O. Pond, sub 3. sq. 179;
#3.90??. Kebecca E. Gallant to W. M. Gallant,
?ub 29. sq. 479; ?2.300. Martha E. Devuughau
et al. to M. E. Cook, parts 14 and 15. sq. 529;
#1.918. Mary Holmes to Walter L Dennis,
part 6. sq. 161; f?.
THE COURTS.
CiRcrtT Cocbt. No. \.?<'hwf JuMire Bingham.
Yesterday. Jones agL Pennsvlvania railroad
Company and Stewart agt same: trial resumed.
Ciaccrr Cot*RT. No. Montgomery.
Yesterday, Kyan agt. Washington gas-light
Company; on trial.
Esit iTi CoriT?Jmttirr Coz.
Yesterday. Holla, lay agt. Middle ton: infant
devisees made parties complainant. Chihls agt.
Murrav; dismissal nisi. Turner agt. Turner;
commission issued to get testimony in Michi
gan. Dunne agt. Shaunon; leave to file bill,
bramhall agt. liuucausou; demurer sustained.
Be ale agt. Ware; restraining order discharged
and injunction refused.
Criminal Court?Judge Bradley.
Yesterday, Jas. Waters, receiving stolen
property: verdict guilty as indicted on the first
Count, frank W. Adams, violating section
8&91 Revised Statutes; plea not guilty; sen
tence suspended and plaintiff"s recognizance
in #500 taken. C has. Major, larceny; order to
restore property. Geo. W. Henlev, violating
?action 649H Revised Statutes; nolle prussed.
fobn Carter, assault to kill; recognizance #500
taken; Andrew Carter surety.
The Toronto cricket association has sug
gested thS last three day* in August *s suit
Able dates on srhith to play the International
batches which take place this rear in the
Unitsd MSsSn at some jtoint yet to be named
. ...... ? ? ? J V? sv a/rr UMUCO.
. At AUentowxwPa., during the absence from
betas Hoe day ^eniug of the family of Jacob
Dieted tbi tease was robbed o/ #3.00# in
Hit, fotit gold Wlcbss and other jewelry.
OlAKDINO THE PRESIDENT.
Capt. Armes* Rlclit to a Place In the
Inauguration Parade.
HIS COUNSEL ASSERTS THAT TH* CAPTAIN HAD
a special conmmos no* se*geant-at
ARMS CANADAY TO ACT AS A BODYGUARD TO
THE PRESIDENT?ARMF.8 ON HASTINGS.
Capt. Armed continued his testimony before
the court-martial after tbe recess yesterday
afternoon by reading two letter* from Gen.
Baruum to show his relations with that gentle
man. followed by his letter to Gen. Beaver,
which was couched in sharp terms. Capt.
Armes. in reading it. explained that one para
graph had been left out when the letter was
published.
THE OMITTED PARAGRAPH
was to the effect that Gen. Hastings is not a
gentleman, and that his association with the
governor reflected on hi* honor; also that the
conduct of the Pennsylvania soldiery while in
this city was due to Hastings' carelessness. The
letter demanded an apology from Gov. Beaver,
and was written by Armes "as a citizen, with
no reference to the U. S. army.
Armes said to the court that he did not think
that anvthing would have happened if it had
not been for the little statements in the news
papers. which were exaggerated as they passed
from one to another.
THE BIGGS HOUSE EPISODE.
After about ten days, not having heard any
thing from his letter to Beaver, witness saw
that the governor was at the Riggs house. Call
ing there he sent up his card, but no attention
was paid to it. He afterward saw the governor
talking to some others in the lobby, and catch
ing sight of witness the governor came over
and shook hands with him. Armes pressed
him for an apology, which the governor re
fused to give. As he turned to go Armes put
out his hand to stop him. which the governor,
he said, seemed to take as an insult. * Some
words passed and 1 was taken hold of by a man
named Hewes, but was afterwards released."
A LETTER FROM COL. LAWTON.
Capt. Armes went on to explain that he had re
ceived a letter from Col. Lawton. inspector-gen
eral. notifving him of his investigation into the
charges that had been preferred against witness.
This letter had lain in his office several days
while he was out of the city on business. He
wrote to Lawton asking him for an explana
tion of the nature of the charges
Shortlv after he received a notification from
Assistant Adjt.-Gen. Kelton to appear
before the court-martial. This came
on the Monday evening before the
court met. Desiring to avoid the notoriety,
disgrace, and expense of a trial, he wrote the
letter to Gov. Beaver, in which he appealed to
him to interfere with the War department in
his behalf and
THREATENING TO KILL HIMSELF.
The newspapers, he added, had said that he
appealed to Beaver on account of his family.
This was not true, for he never brought his
family into his troubles.
The day before the trial he wrote to Gov.
Beaver a full apology for the Kiggs house
trouble. He had not intended to commit an
assault, nor hail he done so.
HAHD OS HASTINGS.
'?I was careful in my letters to Gen. Beaver
not to state anything reflecting upon him per
sonally." said Armes. "but I did say. not only
that Hastings was not a gentleman, but was a
liar and a coward."
Armt s then went into the story of his rela
tion with Mr. Seward, which lie detailed at
some length, as well as his army record. While
he was wading through his papers and
bringing forth incidents in his army career.
Col. Dodge reminded hiin that all these mat
ters were not pertinent to the issue, and to cut
his statcn.ent of thoin as short as possible.
The captain said that he was almost through,
and went on.
He concluded his remarks about ten minutes
after 2 o'clock. and Judge Hubbell
asked him some questions about the
warrant for the arrest of Capt. Bourke.
He said that he liAd not promised to be at the
Police Court on the morning of the nth of
March. The court had no questions to ask, and
Judge Hnbbell announced that the
TESTIMONY FOR THE DEFENSE WAS CLOSED,
and he proceeded with his argument. He said
that he supposed that the judge
advocate would make a main point on the
authority of Governor Beaver against that
of th? sergeant-at-arms of the Senate, under
whom Capt. Armes was acting.
He. therefore, went into a long discussion of
the propriety of a citizens" committee taking
charge of the President on inauguration day.
He claimed that the "senatorial division" of !
the parade, that part including the presidential
party and the committee of arrangements. Vas
entirely outride of the jurisdiction of the grand
marshal. The procession was but a pageant, a
show to add to the dignity and honor of the oc
casion. but had no official bearing whatever
upon the inauguration or the induction of tbe
President into office.
CAPT. AiiMES APPOINTED PV SERGEANT-AT-ARMES
CAN AD AY.
The sergeant-at-arms of the Senate, by
virtue of authority of the Senate, had appointed
a special guard of ten men to preserve the
safety of the presidential party during the cere
monies. and Capt. Armes. as one of these, was
in his proper place by the side of the Vice
President's carriage. He had been selected
for his bravery, loyalty, and courage, and when
he was put out of the parade the chief of staff
anil the other officers were
ENCROACHING UPON THE AUTHORITY OF THE
SENATE.
Fuch was the position taken by Judge Hub- I
bell in relation to the inauguration day trouble, '
his remarks showing beyond a doubt that Col. J
Citua day's testimony had been that Armes had
received a special commission as a body-guard
to the President. He then went on to make
certain technical objections to the charge and
specifications.
Construing a Pension Act.
Commissioner of Pensions Tanner announces
that th<- following principles will be adhered to
in the construction of the act of August 4. I1SH6.
granting a pension of *:J0 per mouth for tlie
loss of a hand or a foot or the total disability of
th.- same;
Kir^t. Whenever a disability exists, by reason
of wound, injury or disease below the elbow or
knee, in a degree sufficient to debar a claimant
from using the hand or foot in the perform
ance of ordinary manual labor, total disability
in that hand or foot will be assumed to exist.
Second. Whenever a disability exists, by rea
son of wound, injury or disease in any part of I
th. affected member, in a degree sufficient to
render that member useless in the performance
of ordinary manual labor, total disability of
arm or leg will be assumed to exist.
Third. In case the hand or foot is totally dis
abled under the construction given above, by
reason of wound, injury or disease located at or
above the elbow or knee joint, it shall be held
that total disability of the v. hole limb exists
ami a rating allowed accordingly.
Jiy "ordinary manual labor" in the above
ruling is meant such work as is commonly
done by dav-l?borers in the ordinary acceptance
of that term.
The same construction will also be applied to
the provision of the act granting a pension of
per mouth to those losing eith?r arm at or
above the elbow or a leg above the knee or
who have been totally disabled 111 the same.
Invited to Meet the President.
Governor and Mrs. Lee have received an in
vitation from Governor and Mrs. Green, of
N> w Jersey, to meet the President and Mr*.
H '.rrison at breakfast at their home in Eliza
beth. N. J., on the 2'?th of April. Governor
Lit is undecided whether he can accept the
invitation or not. Mrs. Lee will not be able to
leave Richmond on accouut of tbe present con
dition of the governor's mother, who is quite
sick.
p?pRicrn
CREAM
!?AKlNg
fiWDEf
Its superior excellence proven iu millions of homes
for more than a uuar ter of a century. It u as*] by th ?
lotted States Government. Endorsed by the beads
of ttw Great Univrrsltiea as the titroofeet, Purest and
111 oat Healthful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
does not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Bold only
In Cane.
PRICE BAXXNO POWDEB 00.
nw lou, cixise. it, una
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
Till* powder never yarn.. A marvel of purity,
strength, and wholesom ins, More ? '-.momicitl than
the ordinary kinds. and cHtirot Iw sold in competition
with the multitude of low t st, short weight. alum or
phosphate Jajwder*. St i only ni tun.'. Royal B\kino
rowi'EH Co.. 100 Wall St.. K. V. li.hlO-wfcs
BLOOKERS
DUTCH
COCOA.
MADE INSTANTLY
with boiling water or milk.
NO COOKING REQUIRED !
Prof. R. OGDEX DO RE MVS
(.Bellevue Hospital Medical College), writes:?
"No choicer, purer or Letter cocoa
can be made."
Sold by .T II. Magrttder, Shirley k Schofleld. and
all leading grocers and druggists at $1 per lb. tin;
53c. per Si lb. tin.
U. S. DEPOT. 35 MERCER ST. NEW YORK. 2
PHILADELPHIA.
Easter Greetings:
WEYL'S ONE-FRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
311 7TH ST.,
Is filled with briiflit aod fre*h-looking Clothing for
Men and boys. You will find some splendid bargains.
FOB BOYS 5 TO 14 YEARS.
Suits at $?.*. worth #'.'.75.
Suits i;t #?,'.!>.??, worth +.(.50.
Sails at # :.50, worth
Suits at #;(, wurtli #i..?o.
Suits lit #4, W' rth
Suits a* #5, w.?rtii ?7.50.
Suits ut j.0, wortn #!?
Suits at sT.ot, worth $10.
FOR BOYS 15 TO 18.
Suits at $3.75, regular price 45.
Suits ut #5, regular price $7..)0.
Suit* ut if 0. w< rth #0.
Suits at #7.50. wortn #10.
Suits at $ 10, w rth #1.1 50.
Suits at ill.50. worth <15.
FOR MEN.
All-Wool Suits at 7 50. worth 410
A splendid line of suit- at #10. worth #15.
A b. autiful line of tint t as-imere and Worsted Die?*
Suits, in Sack.Cutawa). uiri Prince Albert style*. wiil
be sold for ','5 per cent below what ihey cai
for anywhere,
nil 1 i tit
i hey can be bought
A full hue of rants from a good All-Wool Pants at
#l..?'i up.
A nice souvenir Riven to every customer at
WEYL'S ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
aplO-.'Jm 311 7IH ST. N.W.
U NPRECEDENTF.D ATTRACTION
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY.
orporafed by the Legislature In 1 si,8 for Edn
na! ami Charitable puriKji- s, ami its f:nm l.ine
In cor
rational . w ,,
made a part of til?? pr> ? . -?:t slate (.'onstitutiotiiu IsT'J,
by an overwl.eln.iUK l-oj-ular vote.
It- VAMMOTH M1AWINCS take place Seuii-An
"'?,1 I?' eintsri. and its GRAND SIN
I M..MHK11 DitAW )N(?H tak. place in <;a*'h of the
other uu mouths ot tin year, ui.il e.re all drawn in
pub.ic, at the Acaden y of MupV, New Orleans, i
FAMED FOR I AI N . Y \ I-.ARS,
FOR INTEGRITY OF ITS DRAWINGS, AND
1'iiuMlT PAYMENT OI PRIZES,
Attested as follows;
"We <1n herrh)/ certify that ht khrrinr til'? ari'rt'!;/*.
refill at* r (i I! tin uumthltjitrul Sfir -.1* linnt iPratrinijiinr
1 he t.l 'I ?'iHillh(l S'llti' 1,1 It* rijt ''In f n t flint II' /'*' rn''U
?MM0IamIioaku .'/??' finnriw that
th? mm I iireriimlvrtni ,rith h<mi*ti. nt>i,i>.s?. aitii in
0*i'''ljaiti< tiHi 'irii ni t>artu n. ami in- iintl<i>t i*iLthe r
Kiru t' tit* tin* ci >tin ulr. iritliJii'-siiHilxtoJ vur ?u
nature* attached, <? ,Uadivitt<*meut*."
Commissi oner*.
W>. the rrnrlrrsi/mrrl Fanki and Flanker*, trill J inall
fyriict arntrn iti l'h< hnn *ia>l state Idvtterien which
i/ui 'j be puiftnte'l a' our cuunierx.
Jf,}* U.MSI.KY. Pr?-s. I?uisiatin National Bank.
1? *?I-r'' Nuio-ial I lank.
^ \I '"*'8 New Orleans National liauk.
CAliL ivUli.N, Pres L'iiiou National Duuk.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC. NEW ORLEANS,
TUESDAY. MAY 14, 1 XS'J.
CAPITAL PRIZE, #300,000.
100,000 Til kets at Twenty Dollars each: Halves
CIO; Quarters, #5. Tel.ihs, #??; Tweutietha, #1.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OF $.100,000 is #300.000
1 i'KIZE OF 100.000 is 100,000
5o,ooo is 50,000
~.>,UOO 1K ti.MlOO
10,000 are 0(1.0(1,)
5,000 are L'5.0?;0
l.OOii are 25.000
"Oil are 50,000
3O0 are tlO.OOO
"00 are 100,000
1 PRIZE OF
1 PRIZE OF
'Z PKI/.i.s OF
."> 1U1/.KS OF
"J.". PHIZES OF
100 i'KI/.ES OF
~00 PMlZi.s OF
?.00 PRIZES OF
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
10O Prizes of #500 are 50,000
100 Prizes oi joti are 3o ooo
100 Prize* of 200 are 20^000
TERMINAL PRIZES.
fH?!? ITizesof #100 are #<*'? nnn
009 Prizes of 100 arc i?o)l?00
3,134 Prizes, auionntintc to #1,054.SOU
Nutf.^-Tickets drawing Capital Prize* are not en
titled to Terminal Prizes.
Ctri Rates, or any further information
desired, unto i? to tli?* nzitterHiuniod, rloarly
?tatiWf your residence, with Stat. , County, street and
Nun,l*r. More rapid return ma.l delivery wiMbeua
nir-ii by jour eucloaiuK an Envelope bcuiiuit your full
address.
IMPORTANT.
Addresa
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleun*,
By ordinary letter, containing Money Order issued
by ail Eiprei-s Coin; imii-s, New York Exchaiure, Draft
or Postal Note We pay i halves on Curieucy aeut to
us by Exi rees in sums ot #5 or over.
Addreas Rertatens! Letter* contaiulnir Currency to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, Ll
"REMEMBER th.it the payment of prize* i*
GUARANTEED RY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New
Orleans, and the tickets are signed by the iTesideiit of
an Institution whose chartered righta are reconuized
in the lushest Courts; therefore, beware ol aiinuita
tioua or auouyinous schemes."
ONE DOLLAR i* the price of the smallest part
or fractitm of a Ticket ISSUED BY US iu any Draw
ing. Anything in our nuine ottered lor less than a
Dollar m a swindle. apl7-wfcs4w
T
HE
LARGEST FACTORY IN THE WORLD.
MEDALS OF HONOR AT ALL EXHIBITIONS.
ccc h n oo cco oo r.
A TTTT I KE
AA T K
A A T FF
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OCO H H OO OCO OO LLLLA. A T KEE
C OH HO OO COOL
C HHHO 00 O OL
MM MM EKE KB N II KKE RRR
W M M M K N If N II K R R
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THE SALE OF
CHOCOLATE MENIKR EXCEEDS
100.000 POUNDS FEB DAT.
AVOID IMITATIONS.
iHAWL
IAP8. A ANI
; 30 FOOT
S3 eta.; bu
,Beta. At
. 162014tk at. bl w.
Grand national Award of 16.600 francs.
QUINA-LAROCHE
AH INVIGORATING TONIO.
CONTAIMMO
PERUVIAN BARK, IRON, *M
PURE CATALAN WINE.
For the PREVENTION and Cl'RE of
Malaria, indigestion. Fever & Ague. Loss of
appetite, Poorness of Blood, Neuralgia, &c.
22 Rue Drooot, Paris.
E. FOUGERA 4 CO.. Agent* for the U. 8?,
30 NUI1TH H II.LIA.H ST.. N. Y.
Wolff'sflCMEBIacking
BEATS the W&rld. It !s the Best
HARNESS DRESSING
The BEST for Men's Boots
Ladies'
?? Children's"
AJiSOLVTELY WATEltmOOr.
SOFTENS and PRESERVES the Leather
On re a tceek for men's boots and cnce a month for
irorjpn*# is ample for perfect remits. It mnkes the
handsomest and most durable polish you ever mw.
You don't have to groan and eweat with a black
Ing brrfh Be wise and try it. Because your
grandfather worked hard is no reason you should
not sj?are yourself this worse than useless labor.
Sold by Grocers. Druggists, and Shoe Dealers.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia
lost through ern.ru of
bad practices, may be
FOR MEN
perfcctlv regained by the ne_
DESLON-DUPRE Method.
h'?*?a for our n?'\r illustrated ?'Gunk' to
Hpnlih.'* Alvn.ute secreey. VariCO*
cele cured without pa:n ofopmti' n. A?i<")ref?
Deslon-Oupro Clinique, Tren. ,ut St., Boiton.
FINANCIAL.
I^EWIS JOHNSON & CO.,
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
BANKERS,
Pennsylvania ave. and 10th st
Exchange, Letters c f Cr- dit. Cable Transfers on Prin
cipal Cities in Europe.
Government and Investment Bonds, Telegraphic
Communications with New York, Philadelphia, Balti
more and Boston.
LOANS MADE AND NEGOTIATED; GENERAL
BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
mh22-2m
.iSTABLLsHID 1814.
CAPITAL, $300,000.
SURPLUS i UND, J^io.OOO.
NATIONAL METRO
INUT<)N, ??i:? r,tiis;., opposite U. s. Treasury.
J. W. THOMPSON, GEORGE H. B. WHITE,
President. Cashier.
Receives Deposits, Discounts Paper, Sells Pills of
Exchnnire, I lakes Collections, and does a General Bank
ing Business.
ri'JlE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BAN K,
L Ol W ASHING ION, D. C.,
l?ll F st. n. w..
Receives deposits, I^oans Money, Issues Drafts, Trans
: i' t - s General Banking Business. Location ceutnl
and convenient. F-street cars snd herdlcs run in front
ol our door; iJth-street ? ars run a lew rods east of our
bu Id ng; Tth-street sad llth-etreet cm only two
blocks a\\a> ; 11-strect andl'enns) Ivania aVe. earsonly
three blocks away.
B. If WARNER, President
A. 1. BKlT'lON, Vice-President
1 . S. PAHKER, ? ashler.
Directors-. Chas. B. Bailey, >Vm. F. Barker, Alex. r.
But ton, Chas. C. Duucanson, John 4ov Euson, Albert
i .i i Johi I Herrill, BenJ. ] Leighton, Hugh lle
C ulloch, Crosby S. Noyes, M. M. Parker, O. G. ."staples
Geo. i nu sdell, Henry K. WUlaid, B. II. Wumt.
ja:;i-:;ih
rNO. W. CORSON.
J NO. w. MACARTNEY.
Member N. V. Stock Ex.
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
GLOVER HI ILDING, 1410 F ST. N W ,
Bankers and Dealers in Government Boiidsu
Deposits. Exchange. Loans. Collections.
Railroad Stocks and p.>:ids. and all securities listed
on the Exchanges of N? w York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Baltimore nought and sold.
A specialty made ? t investment securities District
Boutls and all Local Railroad, Gas, Insurance and Tel*
ej hone Stock dealt in.
American Bell Telephone Stock bought and sold.jylfl
WOOD AND COAL
jyOUULhT LOIKiF
COAL MERCHANT.
Wholesale and Retail.
Anthracite Coal of all kinds constantly on hand,
GEORGE S CREEK CUMBERLAND COAL.
FINEST GRADES of fcPLINT AND CAN NEL COAL.
Sawed and Split Wood to Order.
Yard and Office, HOOH Water street; Branch Office,
1214 Hist sin et (opposite Post-othce), West Washing
ton, 1). C.
Telephone- Yard, !>."?4-2; Branch office,l).">0-2. iuh20
C
OAL !
A>KK !
\Y
OOD!
JOHNSON BROTHERS,
Wharves and Rail yards, 12th k Water sts. Southwest
Oillces:
1202 F st n. w. 1515 7th st. n. w.
3d and K st. n. w. 1740 Pa. ave. n. w.
11129th >t n.w. 41 l Oth st n. w.
Exclusive agents in the District lor the sale of some
of the best coal mined. Supply more lamilies than any
retail yard in the United States.
HONEST MEASI RE, FA1B DE \LING, FBOXFI
DELIVERIES AND REASONABLE PRICES have
made our busineas a success.
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS.
11. D. Barr.
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
Has the honor to inform you that his NEW GOODS
have just arrived.
Mr. BARK jpersonally lits all garments made in hij
establishment
mhl"
1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVE..
WuHhimrton, D. G.
DRY GOODS.
N kw Srmso Goods.
Just received another shipment of New Spring Goods
comprising Wool ami Silk Henriettas. French but lee lis,
Scotch Ginghams, Wool combination Suitings ana
China Siiks ; also a full line of Linen Sheetings, Pillow
Linens, Damask Table Cloths ami Napkins to match,
Table Damasks all grades, Ilemsiiuhevl Linen Sheets
and Pillow Cases, Damask and Huck Towels, Silk and
Lisl? Hose m great \eriety.
fJO Ilin HOOE BRO. & CO., 1328 F st
PROFESSIONAL.
1 kit. EMMA I.A KAN(?E, THE YOUNG, GIFTED.
1 ' ni.il mo*t reliable Clidrvoteut. by g|wiul r< qu< ?t
has ivl nr lu ll ti' V\ iiHiilli^toli, V. C.. for u ?hoi*t tl.t-, at
her l atlum, 41IS Ntw Jus. y live. u.w., where she ian
l><* < oi.ouitrd ou .11 iii.itti r* of ljfo. Call >iulcouvitu-d
jitur*.'U; you will iirul u aiul uui.a-al-borti
(Uirvoyuut. < fit,-.- hours from u U> 1~ ?.iu? 'J to ? p.lu.
I.iuli* a, if:; KeiitleniBii, $1 : mcxsaK*' Khd I'rivatt liii-K"
licti.- in atim nt ixtra. No letter uuswered uulewlt
rontaius 1. 'tx k of hair anil photograph. ap'^:f-t>t*
PROF. CLAY. WUNDEKEUIXY GIFTED CLAIU
\oyapt, Auroio^er una hpintital Medium, born
*illi aeii lul fciKht and veil. Every hidU. 11 myHtery ra
vealed. Dwevenloator ?tolm property. tiudaniJ
(ten treaautxa. 4>ivea lurk} nuuiU'M. Cauats bpeedy
Uiarria^ea. tiring? aep^ruted together. Givtw fcucceaa
in hUMlieaa. lteinovi a ail fuuiily tn>uble.i Mid evil iu
fluence*. Caresaickneas. If diakpi tuuted by effort,
cl othein, judi.i- not all alike, as the lToiesaor cui coa
vltice the n.ost akeptlcl. buiuitfct* iroin otiiercitiei
*ill isavo liu.e and dlaapiHiilitiueut by callinir ou tlis
ml) treiiuine clairvoyant 111 tbia city, u he f u. rerika
whele u 11 otueis lail, and advertise* only what ho eau
ti. Siting, oOc. Lilt-reading by uiall ou receipt at
II. N auie, lock of hau, date of butli. Huura U to i
Open Sunday a troui 1 to S p.m.
ap6-tomyl* 421 BtU st. n.w.
MME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTS OF
I.Ii t. All buaiue!>a confidential. Ladies and >rtju
tleniea oil tenia eacu. 408 L at., between 4th and .".tU
?u. 11. w. aelM-aiiw*
JJRI'NKENNESB. OK THE LIQUOR HABIT,
Fositlvely Cured by admin is terlnv Dr. Ilaices'
GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
It ran be friven in a cup et coffee or tea or lu article,
of food without the knowledge of the patient; it is ab
solutely harmless, and will effect a permanent and
speedy cure, whether tke patient Is a moderate drinker
or an alcoholic wreck. IT NEVEK FAILS. Over
100,000 drunkards have been made temperate men
who have taken Oolden Specific in their coffee without
their knowledge, and to-day believe they quit driak
ln* of their own fre. Will. 4V pare book Of particulars
free.
a F. WARE, under Ebbitt Boom.
R. K. HF.LPHENSTISK, 14th st. and Vt ava.
mbll-eol4ttt
Oxbts* Surra Scoured
ABD PRESSED FOB ?L
Coats, Q0c.; Pacta, Site.; T,^26e. Aflwftr
aas
LADIES' GOODS.
Geo. White. Ladies' Tailor
*nd HABIT MAKER
D STYLES GUARAXTEED.
PRICES REAfK'NABLE Lsditt' own ttisterial mtdc
SPv. Inrentor ana manufacturer of the etlebrated
White's Glove-tittm*. Ready-cut VV.mt copy
rnrhted. Thaj 1iamuir, are miarsmeed to rnlkea per
f?* t and stylish fittin* Waist and SWrn. Price 40c
ap23-lwc OEO. WHITE. 1110 F ST.
M< C. W HELAN,
NEW 8TOCK OF SUMMER CORSETS.
Every pair warranted.
l?Qj F ST. N. W. iplQ-lm
. LADT.roKME K LY C \KltYIN< . i>\ I>K> ssM AK
lin* in New York. would like the patrouawof Wash
ington ladies; moderate prices and perlect fit; cntting
ana basil ay a specialty. < C at. n.e. apl(M5w*
JAPANESE URATE FAN'S, 50c.. 8CR<>LlX 12cT;
fans* do. and lw.; material* lor uiakintr pai?er
flowers, ?crap pictures, studies for painting tiold
paint. 10r. Toys, games, lanterns, note paoef
and envelopes.
nikX'O-'Jm' J. JAY GOV LP, 4^1 9th st.
Ladies- Tailoring News
BT
MERTZ & COMPANY.
LADIES' DEPARTMENT in charge of Mr. C.
Warner, late of New York.
Habits. Jackets, Cloth Costumes to order at
very reasonable prices.
W bether you purchase your material of us or
not we will be equally pleased to take your
order
l it ar.d workmanship first-class.
Model Futiuk Patterns cut to measure.
004 1 ITU STREET N. W.
apl0-3m
ADAME VALMONT WISHES TO INFORM HER
patrons that she is now prepared to execute all
orders. lteuuvatiuir and clt.iiiintr fine lace curtain",
laces of all description, summer dresses, 4c.. at her
")<? stand. Tl 'l 11th st. n.w. apt',-1 m*
CU PERELUOS HA11. ll.RMANEN 1LY~REMOVED
C5by electric needle without injuring the skin or leav
ing a mark. MRS. DR. GABRIEL,
ap4-lm* 1321 G st. n. w.
MLLE. Me J. PkANDL
1329 F st. n.w, at Mrs. Harrison's,
FINE FRENCH HAIR GOODS,
Also,
SELECT ORNAMENTS FOR THE HAIR.
HAIR DRESSED. BANGS SHINGLED.
ap'-'-lm* SHAMPOOING.
IVleinert's Dress Shields,
absolutely the
BEST AND MUST reliable.
Kleinert's FEATHER-WEIGHT (washable.)
ELEINERT'8 SEAMLESS stockinet T.
KLEINERT'S SEAMLESS PURE RUBBER AND
VARIOUS OTHER DRESS SHIELDS. I
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED.
NONE GENUINE WITHOUT OUR TRADE MARK
and name (KLEINERT) on over} pair.
mill-3m BEWARE OF IMITATION.
1,MU N< H DYEING SCOURING AND DRYCLEAJil
INC, ESJ ABLlsHMENT, 1 l."i New York live,
r irat-ciass Ijadieti'and (ientH' work of every desonp
Vx1!; X?lvel aud ^v?niiiK Dresses. ANToX
AND I ARoLINE LERCH, torn.urly with A. Els. Tier
and Mai sou 1 rieso, Pari s. i
A??2iZ,m! 'HJ',R'S URY CLEANING ESTAB
LISHMEN 1 AN1) DYE WOliKs. !>< tic. st. 11 w
1 adiet. ar.d Gents' Garments .1 nil kindu cleaned and
l'j eo ltliout beinvr ripped. l<adi< F. veiling Drosses
? specialty. Thirty-five years' experience. Prire*
ii .i <-< rate. Goods called for and delivered. - [ I
VLL WOOL GAUM1 NTH. M A1>L (JF OK RIPPi&D
dyed a good wouriuu* black.
A. FISCHER.
8A** i<0i?Gst. n.w.
FAMiLY SUPPLIES.
"^y. 1L COMBS, MM ?TH ST. N. W? IMI'Oin ED
and Domestic Groceries, Fine Wines and Liquors,
4;c. The following- well-known brands of Pure Rye
Whiskies constantly in stock: Old J. B. Thompson,
1 >ktr. Upper Ten, Halinia Acme, Takonia, Jaeksou
and Grand Jury. iuhlj-3m
"Bridal Veil
SPRING WHEAT PATENT FLOUR
in the Premier Flour of the World.
Th#? orly Minnesota Patent now made from all old
wheat. For sale by the following* well-known grocers:
JOHN II. MAGRUDER. 1417 New York ava.
CHAS. I. KELLOGG Masonic Temple, itth it.
GEO E. KENNEDY k SON, l'JOUFst
W. E. ABBOTT, 17x?l Pennsylvania a va.
Ii. A. WALKER. 1000 7th st.
E. M. BURCHARD k BRO., Penn. ave. and 4*4?t.
G. W. A: If. W. OFFUTT, Georgetown.
A. O. WRIGHT, 1032 14th st
P. F. BACON, Pennsylvania ave. d8-w&*
WCTAB OF THE BA8T,** FANCY PATENT PBO
cess Flour, ??i.75 |ht bbl.; $1.7 '> p. . 4 bbl.Ki<k;
Old iihie" ] h ur, } ?*r bbi.; 4 per bbl.
naex. Perfection Tea, a< kuon l* dpi I ?.y ah who u>?- :t
to be rth double our pm r. which is 50c. i>er lb.
Pest Suvur Cured HaiiiM, i<r lb . Shoulders,
UJiee. i?er lb. lba. Buckwheat lt>r ; 7 qts.
Iloiiiiny for *J;>c. .? lb. package Breaki'tist Hominy
for 1 ?_>'.*. *5 (its. Beans lor '.'."ic. T? lbs. Turki sh Prunes
for V.V. 11 s. Dried J euTic* (I* ? 1. <ii I : -1 11m
I v;.j oni!e.i Apple* for '.'.V. Kuiiiford \ . r.-t i'owd. r.
lance iHittles. !Oc. ti 11?. Starch for !i cukea
Tom, Dil i, all.I llarrj Soap ior 7 < akes Aro
II alic Soap for M jc. 0 cake* Plymouth Rock So-p lor
iC.M\
J. T. D. PYLES,
41-j 4tli St. s.<?.
gANOS AND organsT
H AI.LET k DAVIS' I I R1GH1' PIANOS CHOICE
selections; teuiptinif ?.Iters. t?r>. iin-; to cImm out
May It', amuuy to bvcloxi d 1. r rile m;..:ii:i r.
_S~5_ H. L. HUMMER. 8 11 i'th st. n.w.
{Sanders Al Stayman-.
LEADING PI VN.'S AND ORGANS
DECKER BROS.. Wt.Bl.i:, 1TSCULR and ESTEY
PIANOS, aud
ESTEY ORGANS.
Pianos for rent aiid v ?1 < 1 on accomipo<lati*u? termsL
bANiu.KH A. ^TA\ .\1AN,
JARYIS Bl'J J.El:, Manacer,
F st. n. w.f Washinvion,'!).0.
lo V Charles st., Bailiiiiort'. .Id.
ml 1U11 -Maiu t?t.. Richmond, Ya.
'Fur. I^tieff Upright Fiano
It is the most tiiirahle Piano made.
It is tl:oroiitrhl.\ construe ted.
It is artistic in d' and imish.
It has the mo.- t Imiliuiit >iii(fin* nnalitT of toneto
Detoundin nuy I piiirlit Piano.
Terrn:.?or mciiihli iii!~t*llmeiits.
, ? P1LI1EEP. A: CONI.IFF.
P-'2-3m l-J.,1 L st. n.w.
K K. NN N A HMIt EKB
R K NN N AA B K F
KK J S If A A BBK EK
R K N N' N AAA BBK
K K N NN A A EBB EEK
PIANOS.
UNEQUALED IN TONE, TOl't II, WORKMANSHIP
AND DURABILITY.
?| ecial .ittention of "Pnreoio-ers" is Invited to their
"New Artistii' Styles," hniKht u in designs 01 Hluii
Eh'I DECoRA'J IVE ART. Plan ,3 for r- at.
SECOND-HAND PIANOS. \ liw ass^tm^nt
conii<ri?inK almost every will-known make in the
country, 111 thorough repi.it . will I.e closed out at very
low titrures. .-.i Lt'lAL INDUCEMENTS ottered both
in 1 nce^and 111 terms.whicn wili I* a-nui(fed on EASi'
MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS when desired.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
do S17 Mar i.e I Space.
HQU8EFURNI8HING&
Cooking By Gai
A fall line of
GAS COOKING 8TOVE8
On hand and for sale.
mhSl WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY.
MEDICAL, &c.
JAD1ES WHO REQUIRE THE SERVICES OF AN*
J exjiericnoeti ferial') physician should consult Mrs.
r WILSON. 1105 Part Place 11.e? bet. B and C. llih
and liitli si*, n.e. Latliea only, lteuvndy, li.'t. m'Jj-Uw*
MME. DE FOREST. LONG-ESTABLISHED AND
reliable Ladies' l-hyi,lciaii. can l?e consulted daily
at her residence, U01 T st. n.w. Ottico hours from I
top. ut. with um only. a|/JU-lm?
Read and be wise-dii. brothers. !>.ki b sr.
s w., apis aied before Hie ai.tl made oath tl.ar he i*
the Oldest >.stabi.stied 1.ifj ert Specialist in thiacity,
ul.d will KUan-.ntee a cure in all car.-sot private uisease*
ol men and luruisl: mcdici.ic, or no coar/e; consulta
tion and advice lree at any hour of the d:iy. suit
scribed and sworn before mo by Dr. BROTHERS,
SAMUEL C. MILLS, a Notary Public, in and for tint
District of Columbia, this third day ot July, IMa
aplo-liu*
IT HAS NEVER BEEN CONTRADICTED THAT
Dr. BROTHERS is the oldest-established advertis
ing Liu'.ies' Physician in this city. Louies, you can
ccuhdently consult Dr. BROTHERS, IM tiBst. s.w
Particular attention i?id to all diseases peculiar to
ladies, married or single, i orly years' experience,
aplo-lm*
\f AN HOOD RESTORED BY USING A BOTTLE
JM or two of Dr. BROailERS' Inviiroratin?r Cor.haL
will cure any case of nervous debility aud loss of
nerve-power. It imparts vyror to the whole system.
Male or teuiale. L'OU B st. aw. apll-lm*
D1
lit. LEON.
The oldest Established and only Reliable Ladies'
.. Physician 111 the City,
can be consulted daily.^404^ c st. between and Oth
Prompt treatment. Correspondence and consnlta
tion strictly confidential. Separate rooms lor ladies.
Office always open. apV!-lui*
f!1KSl?P8TE5'8 ENGLISH PENNYROYAL PILLS.
Red Cross Diamond Brand. Original, best, onlv
toll for sale. Never fail. Ask for
Chichester's English Diamond Brand, in rd metallic
boxeL sealed'with blue ribbon. At Dru?vists, accept
no other. All pills in pasteboard boxes, pink wrar>
&i,yw?^e tS^'thei^^ame^aper11*'* 'POm
d29-aAw52t ^HESTER^^aLCQ
DENTISTRY.
RAILROADS.
THE great
PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE.
TO THE SOUTH WEST. ANp SOUTHWEST.
IKII BLK TRACK. SPLENDID SCENERY,
91 EEL KAILS MAGNIFICENT 1 ylU XtST
IN EFFECT A1 KIL 21. 1880
TRATNS LEA\E WVSHINoTON. FKOM STATION.
CORN Lit OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. AS FOL
LOWS:
Foe Pittsbmv MiJ th? W?t, Chicaer- UmlM Kxp-r?
of Pullmau V estihul. >1 Carsat S' .*>0 a.m laily Fut
Line. f 5o a.m daily to Cincinnati and SvXnain.
with >.lee;>iii?.- Car* from Iltt*bunr to Cincinnati
and HarnsV.itff t<> st Louis. daily. except Saturday,
to with Sleep* t*r Car Altaona to t'Ucin.
Weett ru Ear ress. at 7:40 p.m. daily, with sle. , in*
Cars Washington to Chicaifo and St. Lotus, connect
ing daily at Harrisburv with through Sleepers for
Louisville an it Memphis. hKlflc Exprvaa 10 p.m.
dally..for Plttsi.unr and the West. with thrown
Sleei er to Pittoburir. and Pittsburw to Chioaaro.
BALTIMORE tND POTOMAC RAII.ROAD.
For I -le, Canat daiirua and Rot'wMcr daily. for Buf
falo and Xiairara l.-ily. exce;t sat unlay. 10 p.m..
with sleepnuOar Washington to RorLMtw.
For Williamarort, Lock Huv.ii and Elmira, at 0 50 a.
in. dally, cx.-ept Sunday.
For New \ork and the 1 act. 7 20. 9.11 and 11 40 a.
m., 2:10.4:10. !0 and 11 21)p.ni .m Sunday,
S'. 11:40 a. in.. 2:10, 4 10, 10 audit 20p. m.
Limited f xpresa of Pullman Parlor Cars, 11.40 a.m.
daily, euypt Sunday at 3:45 p. m. daily, with
lliniDk- Car.
For Boston, without ohansre, 210p m. every day
For Brooklyn. N. Y.. all thr. utrh train* connect at
Jersey . lty with hoats.it Hr.skly u Annex, afford
ing direct transfer to Fnltoo street, avoidiu#
double f.-rria*:.- ..<t-.ss Xew York citv
For Philadelphia. 7 20,8 10. 9, 11. and 11:40a.m.:
2:10. 4:10, it. 8:10,10, and 11.21* p.m. On Sun
day. H. 11:40 a.m . 2:10. 4 :10, H. 8 10. 10. and
11 20 p.m. Limited Expresa. all lurlor Car?> S' 40
a in. week-.lay* and 3 4.) p.m. daily, with llluiujr
, Car.
For Atlantic City, 11 and 11 40 a.m. we?>k-<lay*.
lor P.sltiiv r?'. i> 15, 7 20, S 10, i?. t> 40, O 50.11
and H 40 a.tii . 12 05. 2:10, 3:45. 4:10. 4,20.
4 40. t?, i :40. s; io. 10, and 11:20piu. on Sun
day. !>. !?:0.?. H 50. 1 1 40 a m.; 2:10. 3 45, 4 10,
0, i ;4o,8:l0, 10, and 1 1 :20 p.m.
For Creek Line, 7:20 a.m. and 4 40 p.m. daily.
except Sunday.
For Annapolis, 7 20 and P a.m.; 12:05 and 4 40 p m.
daily, except Sunday. Sunday*, W a.m.. 4 10 p.m.
ALFXANDIMA AND FREDERICKSBURG RAIL
W A^ l'AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON
For Alexandria.'4:30.0:35,7 45, 8 40. 0 45, 10 57
j a. ui.; 12:04 noon. 2 0.?. 4:25. 4 55. ti 01. ?i 21,
5:0",. lo.o.i, ?ud 1 1 37 p. m. ou suuday at 4 .10,
. 4.?._it 45, 10.57 a. m.? 2:30. ti 01, 8 02. and
Pi 10:05i>. in.
Accommodation for Q'lantico, 7:45 a. ni. and 4 55 p
in ??k day*. 7 45 a in. Sunday*,
lor l.iebmoudandtl South. 4 30.1o 57, a. m. daily.
a;..i <? i.lp. iu. daily, except Miuday.
Treuns leave Al.xan.lria for Wa*hn..rton. ? 05. 7 05.
8:00. ?:10j 10:1:1, 11 :ll7, a. 111.; 1:20,3 00,3 1?,
.? 111. .05, 8 iMi, t,;:2. 10 32. and 11 ??& ... n.
Oil Sunday at H IO and 11 07 a.m.; 2:00,o 10
< :li.?. s OO. !< 32. aud 10:32 p. m.
Ticket* and information at the ofllce. northeast cor
j Titt of 1 .Uh street and 1 euns> 1\ ama avenue, si. ! at the
station, where ord.menu I,- lelt for th.- cUecim#of
iMkV'aire to d. stii..stion trom holels aud reaid"U' ? ?
CllAS. E. PI OH. j K \\,h.,i,
t.. n. ral Mii.iairer. t?p22) Gen. IW. Aifeut.
1?ll D.MoM All; LINE.
Schedule in eflect APRIL 14. 1889.
8.30a.ui.- I ust Tenneaw* V ii!. daily f r Warren
ton, Oordonaville. tiiarlotb'sviiie, Lyuchbunr. and
st tions l*twt*ii Alexandria and Lynchbunr, It.?u..ke.
Bristol, Knuxville Koiue, C'al- ra. Monuronier>-, and
Orleans ^ Slet^r >V^Liurfton to Niw
J 14 a.m.?Fast mail tlaily for Warrenton, Char
lotteH^lletOordoiisyille, st; tioua Clj?'Kaj^akt* HTii t >hk>
|Ki>ut?*. I-yin lil?;irirf Htn-ky Mount, l?anville a.u.l sta
tioiisU tw? ? u Lvucbbwrv and I>42iville, On?eiiMiioru\
Kalieirh. Ahl:evill?*. i liarlwtte. 0?lumlna. Aiken. An
l&rustn, Atlanta, Biriiiiiijrliam, Montgomery. Nt-w ??r
h;:um. l.vts and liiiloniia. 1 Mil man Sleets r N^w
\t rk to Atl .nta. i?mrlor earn Atlat.ta to Mont?romerv
1 uhiuaii Meener* Mootir in. ry to New iirle?T:M. Mn?l
M-ini li- udoir Sleei?era for liiuiiintrhani, Wk-hnr*
laiui .-lirfve^ort, Pullman Sleei*er <?re??II^!?^)^^>, t?> i\h
luiuUia and Augusta aud WaMhunrton to Morristoan.
[ 1 ??nil., via S.ili-slmry. Pullman Sleoj erw <*liarl?itt<-a
yille t'? < inruinati Sui.daj'? train ruua oulvtoi'lif
tou ror^o C. aud U. r?.uu*. Solid traina VVuMhui*ton
IO .xll^a22t?&,
2 3.1 p. m.?Daily, except Snnday, for Mananaa*
Str^burK and intermediate ntationa,
1 '* 1Mr7p,5^iy Lynebburff,
u -4 hatta i.H.u.t 1 uliinaui -^fibule j?rrn
w-Kiii^-t .ii tt? Memphis, comitx-tin* thence for all
Ark;iiisa* iHJiiitM.
8.30 p.m.?Western Express, dailv for Manassas
vi? ,'"cTn'.! i stannton. Loiiim
V i, iV'. VC 1 I ill man Slcprsto L>iu?ville aud
r" it i^tou to Cim innati, via C. & o.
nliivil?. "?51r8o?Ulrr7i I-Iprew daily for Lynchbunr.
V V , ' ?l'1"';, A-lie.ill., cha;l. tte. Oolumbi.:
:V n* A'.""Wj* tlaiil;-. \lt.ntK"!in ry, New url? anu,
1 ex.is and ( alifonna. lull man Vextifnle Oar WanlT!
iSfV.'11 V13 Atlanta and MonUromery
1 uilman Sl?M j?er W ashimrton to Aiken S C
a,,,,".-:-*V " :",J Ghiodiyiakra leave Waah
iiirfto.i .1:00 a in. daily dept Sundky. and 4 45 pm
daily: arrive lioui.d Hill 11 30 a.m. and 7 20i.m '
retuniiiy le .ve K. und Hiil?; o5a.ni daily and 1 :tii
a n" and '"IS'p m hu"<Jui ? arrlv"-f Wa?hiniftou 8:30
Thro;urh trains from the South via Charlotte. Dan
Milejiuiii l.yiichbiirv arrive in Washinrt. n ti 53 a m
bun/ at l'i "l i Lynch
I /S i a.m and !< .(.? j pn.;\.a ? htsais?ko
and Ohio noitc and Cl.arl ite^vil .-at 5:40p.m. and
* iii a.m. Strasbunr Loc-al at 10:1.>
tickets, sleeoinir-car res.r\ati..n and information
furii>!. I. and batrvrrur. clicked at ..fti.-,.. !3?m ptM1?.
a> Ivi ma avenue, and at i^i>?^uirer sutiou. i enusil
| vania lutilroad, <>th and 1) Htrei'tH.
*pl7 I AS. L. i AVLOIL Gen l ass Ayent.
13ai,tivoi;e And Ohio .Kailiioad
s* i;c;dul?* inetfert March 10. 1^K9.
1.t ;ive \\ morion frciu?Uition corner of NewJer^pv
avenue and C street.
Wx??^W U""#d e"
daniV3%,!iudthh:,i0p!,m.,,Ud "Pre*
I or i tisoui-jr aiid Cleveland. V. stibnleil Limited ex
prcssila:!y h:.i.i:i,ni. and ? ipi. ss "I 05 p.m.
f."rxi'urtou and I oral station. tlO ioa m
w'.V.r.??,,."","-re* *'*k ? oo. ii ;io, it in 7 30
8:. o. I ..o ,4., minutes .y i i l4;, i.uiiutesK
J.'j- in' ii. 4 -io..? .lO.ti l.i ii 4.,. 7 3??. 8 ??.?
; :i;V i : , f .,- 1 1 . SlU.da.-, (!:.??. ^ ;io
-? J 1,1 ? 1 L?, 2:ii.>.2 30. 3 "5 4 :wl
, ! 8.OKI.!' 4.? I 0 and 11 30 i" m
!"r "ay Stations ly-twecu ?ush>mrt..u and Balti
*' ??'?? 4"- 8::w?.m.l2:lU,3 25. 4 0 4V
i!l5! u % fT m "' h :i? "? m-1 l* ;' -i. 4:3t
L 'l o ' 'ii ?',? ,',^iV,n-0Trfor- w*k day*.
M is". ., i. 'i- ,/-1'1 ' ' "(? .45nunut.i7.
. <?u, .???.?, 1?J: 1.? (4.? ininutf.-1 a.m. I" 1l i-,
00,.1 .HI. 4:15 i4.iminiit.^ .5 On. t/| - -,1!"
- 7"' sj-" al"1 11 >UI 30!
;1..., 8.00.(4.i minutes^ UtHI. ..I(i5, 10 05 am'
1 - -?0, 1.4.1, . 'III, 4 15, o:00, li ;kl , ..n k 11
10.i5,10:10, and 11 :oo pin ' 1 0*
For Ann.?i?.lis. 0:40 Iiiid 8 30 a.m., 12 10 and 4 ??*.
I.I.'. Oil Sundays, 8.30 a.m., 4 ?:;5j..n,. Lave
H:k-. a :;4:IO,:r-" 4"? ^
t ?.u- U,e Metr.ii oh tan Branch, to-35
till loa n" ti l" T, Pn"ci|?l MuUnis ouly';
tI u. ii#a m,f *4and t.? ,5u |m:i.
mVn2a!lO,^':4(T-5^,-!^U^Vpr?"U n,:00?
I *"*t7:00 p. m..
t'hur ii tniin leaves Wa*hinrton on Sundar at 111
P. in.. Mo,-,.in.-at;.llstations?u M. tM.," .'in Braticb
SmMta^l in!t4 3..Indt5:30p
lor lImr"p.to?ii, tl0 10a.ni. and t5:30p m
F 1,fill's arrive from Cln,-:lw-., daily 8 35 a. m and
!?:. .. , .111 : fr..ii! Cim innaii *n 1 St L..n.s daily o "o
k7^^.j,^1;:Ir:fro,u Putsbu^' ?*?????**?
NEW YORK & PHILADELPHIA DIVISION
7 F7s^?rV?r.l|.Tr,iniou, Newark and Llirals'tli, N
1 ?' ' ' ?? ?>'?, 1 J ; a. ui ;ii *a i7..
1.. ule.1 limit.'.] i and * 1 o :;o p m. Biirt.'t Parlor Cm
oi..n it'?;'-otVpUm cir ou Io.3Up.- U...
Ltjs1
L 10..<0 |>. in. lor Atlantic ciiy *11 "5 a in
*0*3*0 al ni".'*2 ??*
ll,n.-o i ..a? x, - OilBilU Tt .HI)'. ni
Trains leave New York lor WaHhintcton, *8:30,
tl 1 M) a.m., ?1:30, %2:30, *4 40 |>. m. and #li?;0O
Xiivht.
'inula leave Philadelphia for W"a>*hiu?fton, *4:10,
*S: *11 :lo a. m., tl .45, *4.la, *5:15, and *7:30
r. ni.
thxeept Sunday. *l)aily. {Sunday only
lia^LTH#re tailed for and checked from hotel a and reai
dt nrt\t-bj I ni ?n l ran>t< r Co. on ordera lett at ticket
< ffices.OH* and 1'>?"# 1 l'a. ave.
W. .?L CUlMtNTS, CUAS. O. 8CULL,
lieu. Manager. lieu, l'aaa. A>r't.
mh2*2
"POTOMAC K1VEK BOATsT
J>oroMAC THAN 8POKXATION L1NL.
For Baltimore and Klver I^ndinirt. Steamer Sue,
l':.W Gcotrhejfan, leaves btephenson'* Wharf every
Sunday al 4 o'clock p. m. For lurther lntormatlou
apply to
BTEPHENS0N & BRO.
mbti-Oin 7th at. wharf.
\liinun: ml ylusoa:
RTEAMF.R W W. CORCORAN
loves 7th-street wliarl daily (excej.t Siufdayl for Mt.
Ycmon and lUver Laiidinirs as lar doaii al Olymont,
at 10 o'clock a. m. BcturuiiiK. reachea Waahinirtou
aN.ut 3:30 p. m.
slti L L. BLAKE. Captain
Is^K POTOMAC UIVEIt LANlilNOS.
1 Nt\\ IKON KTLAMKlt "WAKEFIELD"
I^'sve* 7th-*treet wharf ou M< >NliAY8, THUB8DATS
uii I SATlUliA V8 at 7 a.m. Ketuminlr TUESDAYS
Hilii.VYS and SUNDAYS p. ni. touching at River
Lanilinm as far as Noiiiim Creek, Va., St. Clements Bay
aud I/<ul lard tow u. Md. Counts-is with B aud O. R. K. at
bhepliei.ls S' e schedule. JoiiN B. PAlXiKTT, A^t.
C. W. U1DLLY. Manager. Ja2a
OCEAN STEAMERS.
t-HOBl RoLTE TO LONDON,
B NOlOiBLl TSCHtl. LLOYD & & CQk
lust Lxpresa steamer*.
To Southampton .London, Havre), Bremen.
Saaic, \N..... April -'4. 1 p.m.. Lma. Saw, April 27,
3:30 p.m.; Irave, Wed, May 1. ? a.in.i rtilua, 8at.,
May 4. s::i0 a.m.. Lahn, Wed., May 8. 11 a.ni.; Elbe
Hat.. May 11. 2 P H.
Comt. rtable stateroom*, excellent table, Inxnriotu
*al< on a| isjintments lYice*: 1st Cabin, $100 and up
ward a berth, according to location; 2d cabin, #50 anA
! 4 ..II au adult; sle. rat-e at low rates. Apply to E. F.
j BROOP. ,t>25 Penn. ave. apl?
Anchor Line.
Atlantic Express Service.
LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN.
Rtean ship "CITY OF ROME" from New York
W EDNE8DAY. May 1, May 20. June 29, July 24.
baluou lAaaatre. *1.0 to <100, Second Claaa, ?30.
GLASGOW SERVICE.
Steamer* every Saturday from New York to
GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY.
Cabin Paaaatre to Glwow, Londonderry or Liverpool,
*.>0 and ti>0. Second Claaa, *30.
Steerage pasMaire. either service, *20.
Saloon Excursion Ticket* at Reduced Ratea.
Travelers' Circular Letters of Credit and Draft*
for any amount issued at lowest current rate*.
For booaaof tours, ticket* or lurtfeer information
Apply to HENDERSON BROS, New York, at
G. W. Moss, 921 Pennsylvania ave. n.w.,
Wsahincton. mh2a-3m
ATTORNEYS.
HTHOMAS M. FIELDS. ATTORNK* - AT - LAW ;
X rooms 54, 65 Fendail building, c?hjer 4H and D
streets n w.. elevator; telephone call !?, reaidence,
U08 g st n.w.; admitted 1886. AH lefal
promptly and caretully attended io in pmnw
PRINTERS.
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