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THE WASHINGTON OIUTIC, TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 17, 1889.
WABUIWOTON OllITIO COHX'ANY,
HALLET K1LI10UHN, rnntnnrr.
OPP1COI D')3 D STHBBT N. W
WASHINGTON. D C.
By Carrier, per month 33 Cents
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THE WASHINGTON C11ITIC,
Washington. D. a
WASHINGTON. JUNE 18, 1889.
The Cabinet meets on Tuesdays ami Frf-tlaj-e
at IS SO p. tn.
Fcnators and Representative lu Congress
tv IIS lie received by Uio President everyday,
except Mondays, from 11 until 12.
Persons not members Of Congress having
lmMncBS with tho President will bo received
from 11! to 12.30 on Wednesdays, Thursdays
Those who hayo no business, but call
.merely to pay their respects, will bo jc
Cilvcd by tho 1'rcsldcnt In tho Hast Rootn
at 1 p. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
-VISITOitS TO Till: IIBVAIITMUNTS.
Secretaries Blaine, Proctor nnd Tracy
lave Issued the following onler for tho re
ception of visitors:
Itcccptlon of Senators and Representa
tives lu Congress from 10 to 13 o'clock.
Reception of all persons not connected
'wlfn the Departments, at 12 o'clock, except
Tucsdajs nnd Fridays, which arc Cabinet
days, and Thursdays lu tbo Department of
State, vtlien tho members of tho Diplo
matic Corps arc exclusively received.
Personswlll not bo admitted to tho build
ing after 2 o'clock each day, unless by card,
which will bo sent by tho captalu of tho
Match to th clilit clerk or to tho head of
the, liuieuu for which tlic Islt is Intended.
This rulo will not apply t,o Senators, Rep
resentatives or hcvds of Executlvo Dcpart
pitnU. Tho Hecrttary of tho Treasury recelvas
Eeuators and Representatives from 10 to
11.30 n, ni", and other persons from 11:30
'until 1 p, tn,, except Tuesdays and Fridays,
The'oslmasttr General receives persons
having business with him from 10 a. id.
until 1 p. m., except on Tuesdays and
Fridays, Cabinet days.
Personal calls upon Ibo Bccrctary of tho
Iutcrlormust.be made between 10 a, ip.
and 12 o'clock noon.
Till! SEASON AND 1IIE SCUOOLS.
T5 morrow will end tho school jcar
in Vn8hlngton, nml n host of youngsters
will escnpo from what It may fairly be
presumed has becomo rathci a monot
onous nnd wcarlsoma occupation for
them. The latitude of Washington at
this season Is not n cool one, nnd to
spend somo hours of each day In a
warm room, endeavoring with relaxed
xnuqclcs to maintain something llko n
jiiopcr position, and with jaded mind to
accomplish tho studies prescribed, h
not what children pine for In June.
The city chlldicn who get out of
school to-morrow will rejoice In their
freedom, hut after all, to he imprisoned
nt study In the city In summer Is not as
Irksome ns tho samo thing in tho coun
try. There Is no such contrast between
'Inside nnd outside things Tho court
try youth, cspecjally tho hoy, is restless
in school now. Pleasant odors of clo
ser gnd wild rpscs como In through tho
open window, thero is n humming of
bccsPho can hear tho bobolinks and
sometimes, too, tho single pipe; erf $!io
quail and ho can look out and see tho
fcwnylng of tho sen of timothy In tho
fields, (ho huttcifllcs fluttering over tho
'dusty toad way and tho. red squirrels
Kurjrylng along the fence. He knows
he ought not jo be in school. He should
ie outside., He, has business there,
The city child Is delighted to know
thai the, school term Is so nearly -nt an
i.ud.lmt ho or she doesn't feel (ho
thriir of Uio country child under the
XDISON AND ..SOCIETY."
Edison, the Inventor, has just done a
very sensible and pioper thing by teach.
Jng n lady number of what New York
calls society a lesson. Thero are people
counted ns belonging to swelldom, be
cause they have 'monoy, who, lacking
any marked, degree of intelligence
themselves, recognize In a vague sort of
way that thero aro pcoplo in the world
who have won lcputatlon for what they
liavo' done. Thtse famous pcoplo are
homilimes sought by Boclcty for show
purposes at receptions and ouco In a
while good-naturedly attend such af
falls'. Edison has not been a society
man. JIc docs not enro for that sort of
thing. He has tho natural iudlffor
tnce of the man of brains for what
pcoplo pi tho W"fd McAllister type
Recently a lady prominent in New
"York social circles wanted TiHson at a
party. Bho had, eqmohow, conceived
the id(.a that his prcstuco would ho en
tertaining to her guosts. Sho knew
enough, evidently, to understand that
he could not ho reached directly, nnd so
reached him through n mutual ftlcad.
3Io allowed himself to ho persuaded
Having secured the inventor's props
ho to attend tho rccoptlon, tho next do
vjco of tho Jady Inviting him was how
to transform him into a show. She
considered herself equal to that. She
jiddrcsscd Uio scientist a flntteiiug noto,
and in it requested him to bring nlong
a phonograph, as she thought its opera
lion by him would bo highly interest
ing, Mr. Edlbon, however, Is not a
fool, nwljpnti iccognzo even a woman's
rl,ka whcq.hu turns his attention to
iktt, JlewognJzcd pie trap fold, for
hlin easily, enough. The lady rccclviyl
lil'rcgreU lhat 'he wrw compelled'' to
brsuk the engagement,
It Is to ho iegrettcil tjiat the mqtllal
calibre of thosowho make "society" n
business Is ordinal lly such that they can
never understand that thero Is n society
of brain so far above them that they do
not count. Such n blunder ns that
made by tho New York woman Is not
thi: dunoko.n at iiavu-hin.
Aro the Indian Commissions n neccs
slty? They nrc supposed to stand be
tween the Indians and wiong nudyU
they utm to have allowed boys of tho
Indian school nt Hampton to bo Im
mured ns n punishment In n cell only 0
ft it 0 Inches long, it feet U Inches wide,
nnd 0 fttt 0 inches high. It has no
window or means of light whntovcr,
nnd when the door Is clo3od tho cell Is
absolutely dark. Tho only ventilation
Is somo small holes In the Mdo wall at
tho toil of thO cell, and vvhldi do not
connect with tho outsldo air, A little
fctrnvv comprised the furniture of tho
room. Tho Indian hoys, it is reported,
have sometimes been confined in this
cell for fiom u few days to more than n
week nt n thuo nnd somo of tile officers
of tho Institution said to the repicsenta
tlvoof tho Sicrctnry of tho Interior, "tho
stench was nwful when a boy was ic
moved." Your "good" men, with thcli Ideas
of discipline, mo ustinlly the class
found nt the heads of Institutions where
cruelty Is practiced, Tho Indian Com
missioners may not be icsponslble but
they should have some explanation to
mako concerning hls dungeon. The
Secretary ol tho Interior has done a
good thing in ordcringthat it shall not
he occupied again.
8AS tho New York .Sim.' Tho project for
tbo erection of a slatuo of Christopher1
Columbus in this city Is energetically sup
potted by our esteemed contemporary, 11
l'rogrtsso. It ought to bo carried out.
Is It possible that even the suggesting of
a monument In 2fcv Yorkrouders a iiows
poper liable to ho "carried out i"
Tub New York tfnii wants to know why
Governor lllll signed tho bill allowing $2
a day for State laborers. Our contempo
rary Is hereby informed that It was done In
order to make capitalist of tho laboring
men, so that tho Governor could not bo
charged with attempting to Influence- tho
-Amitiiek cold water flood Is threatened
in Pennsylvania today. Tho nrohlbltlan
i. '. . ...- ".. ...... i " ,i .- ...
uuiejiujucui iu uiu uunsuiuuuil 19 IP ue ,
voted on aud tho "wets" are expected to
win handsomely. '
Govnn"ioiilIiri. of Nu York lais ho
has saved tho Stato $1,800,000 by his vetoes,
but It Is more than likely that none of this
money can he used In re electing blui.
lr ovit Samoan Comtntssioncrs got a
ttatut quo from Germany, why don't thoy
pttt It on exhibition In this country,
Pjiopuet Devoe's cyclone for Saturday
did not strlko Washington, hut It scattered
from Kansas to tbo Atlantic coast.
Sitti.so liui.i, Is recovering from his dan
gerous attack of pneumonia. Whom the
gods lovo die young.
Turn Is ts'tbo anniversary of tho battlo otl
A. ....,. O 1 X-,I I..
i.uLuriuu. ecvcrui Juii;uu9 uru ill luwu
looking for ofllcc.
A wtll-vcrsed Latin scholar Is a. soi t of a
A railroad tlme-tablo should be car-rcct.,
He: Do you think, Miss Haute, with tho
poet, that an houc6t man Is the noblest work
She (thoughtlessly) ; I don't know. I.
never saw ono.
Raid headed mm want reform at the polio,
" hat typo of boy w ould you call that !,!
asked a teacher of an editor as a nllm-look-
lug kid, with his book under his armcamo
by from school.
"Vi ell," replied tho editor, aftcrv a care-
lui ourvey, -i euuuiu say oe was a long
"Oh, why did jou marry so homely ai
Tbo pcoplo all said to our Sue;
''I known," elie salt, witb a cute Utttc
"jou aro ngut, i can plainly eeo; i
Ilo'fl hpmely enough forhfrn&elf, tbutlonc,.
Aua iieT6 liamcly enough for ine."
Lnvft lit tillnd. wlilrh nrnhnhlv nr(nnntii
(r, tlin unfintiiMna antnn nniinirlATTiiM mnlrA'
Of themselves. '
Heavy editorials aro not always leaded.
,110, jiiuuui uii, .,iip, u(ii;ii, it uui.
an iniagno you nayei
Mrs. N: Oh, no, Its nn onyx.
She was a young woman of an Inquiring
turn of mind, on her way homo from col
lego and during a delay at a station sho
walked up and down tho platform calculat-i
Ing the ponderabilities,
"Iwondcr," 6ho said to her papa, "what
is tho weight of tills train?"
"Realty my dtar, I couldn't say, but"
"I know ybat It Is," interrupted an im
patient drummer, "Its about foul- hours
and a half."
Then the glr) went In and sat down, to
An eagle alwajs feels more, or less eoar
ncie In Its wings when It uses them,
DINNA BBBAE SWEET!
If yo wadua hae mo rctlln'
Doun tho vlllaga street,
Drunk wl' Jove, pray hae some, ftclln'
DIuua bo sac sweet I
if ve wadna hao me llugcr,
Fou-llkc, at your feot,
Worshlpln' i our little finger,
Dlnns bo ste swett I
If vo wadna hao me hover
Round the mercy-scat,
If j a wadna hao a lover.
If ye wadna haunt ray fancy,
Dlmia be sao neat
Dlnna be yourself, my Nancy I.
Dlnna be sao sweet)
Our Oreut Itlunder.
(New York Oraphlo.)
Ilojl Ilasseln Khoull Khan If yousaylt,
ting It says that the Shah of Persia would
like to visit the United States, but cannot
do 60 because there is no one here of equal
rank to receive him. That's what we all
get for pitching In and trying to be
colonels, when If wo should concentrate,
our efforts on ono man, jre might rig him
with a title big enough to Invite, anybody
lo Crop In familiarly and etay a few dsyt
T1E tOWrird PHOTOOnAPH.
Ono of Iho favorltq tiystlng places In
this (own Is down beside thellttlo lnkcs
Hi tho , ?Ionuiiunt triounds. Not tho
jnhts used hy the J'lsh Commission,
hut the vvatet Illy ponds Just Inside tho
limits. A ginvtltd pnth winds In nnd
out nmong Ihc ltlxurlnnt gmwth of
shrubbery hoiderlng the hanks, nnd
here lov irs stroll In the dooming, Or
mrly In tho morning, before tho hot
wj'b of the sun have penetrated. Any
one pnsslng along the brond asphalted
rondny that leads to tho Agricultural
Dcpnitment can hear voices nt almost
nnj hour of the drty or utixtit Issue ftoip
tho clump of ponds nnd hushes, nnd a
pair of cat birds have built a nest and
mo raising nn Interesting family of
chirping vouug onos on a limb over
hanging tho water1 nlmost within one's
K'licli. It Is one of tho mcttlest nooks
in tho grounds, or iatlu.ru was, for tho
Hood itld lots of damage, washing tho
bnnks badly nnd cnnylng nwny tho
frnll little bridge) that spanned n unttow
strnitwhciu love-lorn couples use'd tt
Mnnd nnd look down nt the rcllectlon In
the still water nt their feet.
Theiolsnmnn In our town whoso
nond Is something colossal that Is, if
tho ttoiles his neighbors (ell nhout him
lire right. Ho keeps n snldon On tho
south side of tho Avenue, nnd it runs
clenr through to J) street. One morning
Inst week, nhout 11 o'clock, business
was vcty dull, thcio not being ti slnglu
customer In tho snloon. Thin, so tlio,
nclghlwrs say, tho thtlfty saloon kcepQr
wmt to tho bnck door of hH salOou,
ojtcnlng ontoDsticct, and when nobody
vvns looking flicd nievolvcr. Of course
something llko n Jhousand people
galhcrcd, nnd ns the police wcro mablo
to find nnyonclhnt sny (ho shot tired,
tho nloon-Ktejicr vvns not nncstcd. IJiit
outQf thO fciowd that gntheTcd were 4t
Icnstnhalf n hundred who wanted a
drink, nnd tlinv boimht them of thu
thiifty saloonist. And tho snloonlst
Inught.d In his fihht sleeves nt his clever
scheme to innkc Imslnrss boom, nnd tho
neighbors say lit1 has often done tho
An old llvcrmnn lu a loquacious
mood talked for nn hour yesterday
nhout tho mystciy nt the l'otomaa.
"It's just like a Congressman,'' ho soldi
''it never elves un nolliin'." What ho
meant wns Hint tho bodies of people
drowned in this river wore nlmost nover
rteovcicd. Tlio bodies of people
drowned in. the surf nt set, or drowned
In rivers and lakes me almost Invaria
bly recovered. But, as the old man
said, not one In coven of tho bodies
drowned In tho Potomac Is. The old
mhn recalled thu drovvnlue of Senator
Morgan's son nnd his ladyfilcnd ns
ono of the 'few enses in which tho bod
ies of the. victims of n dtownlng acci
dent were recovered. "The PotOnnc
hntcs to glvd up her dead," hii slid.
Tho lenson, the rlvcnnnn said, is that
the bottom Is cither covered with lag
ged rooks, which catch and hold n
body, or with long, stnng-liko seaweed
that twines nnd tangles about a body
nnd holds' it under the surface hs firmly
as If it was anchotcd. The bottom af
the liter is'so irrcgulat- that It Is almost
impossible 10 rccoYeir a body by drag
ging for It as they do successfully In
other cities. Aud tho old river seems
'proud of Its carpet of white, washed
Did you cv er think of Washington's
facilities for suicides ? Of coin so the
renson Hint so few peoplo sulcldo here
Is that "Washington is audi n pleasant
plate to live In that nobody likes to leave
It. Bht thtre hie many facilities foi
shuflllrfg oil' this mortal doll hero lu
Washington, Poison is too common
place nnd Is npt to he painful. Besides,
it hasn't tho spectacular suddenness
that truly artistic suicides' like. Now
o jump ftom tho top of tha Washing
ton Monument picferably outside,
though permissibly down tho inside.
The very dllllcultles In tho way, such ns
wntclimcn, etc., make It all tkd more
attractive. Then one might go up on
tho inside of tho Capitol s dome nnd
leap from tho gnllciy inside,! a hundred
aud llfty feet down to the stone floor;
or ono might go clear to thu top and
spring over tho low inaihio balustrade
that surrounds the outlook just below
tho lantern and go slldlpg down Iho
steep rounded )tito of tho iloiho nrtd bo
crusned to it pulp on tlio rcd-palntcd
copper roof, twp hundred and fifteen
feet bcloty, If ono wished to drown ho
might jump fiom thq new Jreebrldgci
at the other side of Georgetown, and
if it was well-timed nnd dond at a
point well toward tho Virginia end pf
the brldgo, iescncf would he Impossi
ble. There vvould ho! a diop of somo
forty-fivo feet to tho deep river uniljir
(he bridge, and bofoic a boat could put
oil from the shore, supposing tho at
tempt was seen, one could drown as
leisurely ns ho chose. Ono could go to
Uio electric light works nnd (ouqh somo
of 'the npparnturwlfcn nb Ono was Wok
ing nnd bo dcodscCouds before1 his body
would hnAfo time to fall to tho floor, A.
disappointed pension claimant could
mako n very theatric exit from this1
world of sonow hy jumping from thol
tipper gallery In tho Pension OITIcq'6'
lofty court down to tho tcssnlatcd floor,
a hundred pnd twinty-scvcn feet below,
All theso methods nto free, ns n truly
popular moan? of sulfide must he. By
Investing n small amount of monoy n
hlstol or razor could be got. But If yoii
havemortcy why suicide?
Tho LoMmemaliOiiietti says that a
young uiiioun nas ucen nuvug a good
tlmo in Washington, owing tohlsio
mnrkahlo rescmhtanco to Sir. Bvrncs,
tho Appointment Clerk of tho Tioai
liry, Mr. Byjncs is at his homo In
Wisconsin, hut somo friends who ran
acioss the Ohban and noticed hU llko-l
ness to tho Wisconsin man, conceived
tho Idea of introducing him around s
Byrnes' bi other. Tim joko has resulted
In tho Ohio man being decorated with
boutonnjqrps by lady plcrks In the
Treasury whenever ho visits that Dc
pnrtrnent, and In his receiving Innumer
nble Invitations to drink from tho male
Treasury clerks who wnnt to stand
solid with tho Byrnes fhmlly. Tho
young mail s not icsponslhlo foi the
deception, except In t,o far ns his good
nature has restrained him fiom spoiling
tlio fun nf bin now associates hy deny
ing his connection with tho Appoint
rocnvClmk.ibut tho thing Is getting to
bo a bore to him, nnd ho Is gradually
getting out of tho harmless affair,
Tho Vnndnlln's Accounts,
The Vandalla's accounts wcro lost.
Now rolls were therefore opened, dating
from the tlmo of the dlsastci, and. there
havo been Issues of money duo tho men
since that (late. Auiouuts duo prior to
tho tlmo of tho wreck must undergo ad
justment by tho accounting olllcors of
tho Treasury. If npy of tho Vhndalas
meri nro "knocking obout San Fran
cltco," as reported, Department ofllclnls
say thoy must ho stragglers wltuout
leave, ormen "on liberty'
THE WBIQH TO WEALTH
A cheerful one tlio coal man Is,
Ono o'er lu buoyant health,
One most prollelcut In his biz.
He-knows tho weigh to wealth
Not bis tq find eternal famo
In doing good by stealth;
But he arrives there lust the same.
He know tU,n weigh, to wealth.
ITbe. Black. Diamond,,
MATTER WORTH REAfclNO-
A fctoty is told of the famous Kngllsii
Admiral Sir Sydney Smith, whoso ship,
tho AhUlopc, in n terrible stonn la tlio
North Sen, wns driven nmong tho locks.
Sit Sydney summoned his olllccrs to tho
"Otnllcincn, you kuovV our condi
tion. Wc nro (lilvlngqn the breakers,
1 ncknowlcdgu tlinl I can do nothing
more. If any of you ran make n sug
gcsilon now Is the time."
There was unljiokcn silence.
"Tllcrithcrc Isnblhlng to ho dono hut
to wait our fate." Ho touched the hell.
"PIcirc, bring up IhccoiTcc.''
A Mory i rune from Swltrcilnnd a
yenr ngo of n mountain guide whoso
nnmo was not prcso.vcd. lie with two
others was lending a parly over ono of
the most prctlpitous ptsscs of thd higher
Alps'. Tile iiii.ii. as usual, were tied to
each othci by n long rope.
As they scaled tlio wall of loo they
slipped nn the edge of n filghtf ul chasm,
This man wns nt the cud of tho ropo.
Without his weight there wns a chnnro
for the others to regain their footing j
with It thero was none.
Ho cast a glance down at thq dark
abyss, filled with fathomless snows,
then drew his knlfo from his belt, say
ing quietly to tho man next to him:
"Tell mother how It was, Jose."
Ho cut tho t'opc nnd fell, hfcvcr to he
seen of mortal mnn ngnln,
VVImt 6 ne Couiilo,Do.
Thero Is In this clly nn nhlo bodied
voting mnn who In tlicso limes goes to
bod nt dusk, or nhout 8 o'clock, nnd
gets up In tho dawn, or soon after 4
o'clock. Ho Is a married man, nnd his
wife follows his example lu thlsiespect.
About the time the sun begins to shine
thoy strike out for Ctnttal Park, where
they give an hour to pcdistrlnulsm nnd
tun, unci which tney get homo in time
lo tnjoy nn enily bicnkfast, senn tho
papcts, olid get icady for tho work of
the day, They say that tho masses' of
people who sit up Into at night and
sleep lato In tho morning nro blind to
Ihc pleasures (lint may bo experienced
through tho practice of tho hhblt which
they have adopted. They Jell Of thb
bnlmticss of tho air, the beauty of the
fOllaco. tho fincrnnceof tho flowers.
tho tarols of tho blids, the loveliness of
tho stinshlno, and tho exuberance of
their owil minds In thednwning hours
of tho morning. Thby say that the
people who give these hours to slum
bcr, nftcrsittlng up till neatly midnight,
do not know w hat, thoy miss, or how
tnjoynble it is to sleep in tho horns of
dnrkness nnd gel up nt tho brenk of
dny. True It is, true Indeed, ns nil men,
nhd women who can follow tho exam
plo of this able-bodied young couple
may And ottt.-N. Y. Sun.
Tho Ship or tho Desert."
"A Bioadway car Is the modem ship
of thodcscit," said 8. B. England to
moylstcrdoy as wo stood In Madison
Square. Jlr. England has tiayclcd la
tho far East, where camels' .nto -the)
pilnclpnl means, of traversing tho conn-'
tty, nnd nslhooinnge colored enrscame
by us ho went on to snyt "Look att
thoso cars as soon ns thoy get in rapid
motion. Do you sec how thoy go tipt
nnd down with n seosaw motion,!,
They nto not running fast now. but.
vou get on one nt night when tho drlvori
is Delimit time, tlio lront platform is
heavy with smokers and few people In-'
side. You will feel tho cnt rock llko a
ship on tho ocean, only tho rolling Is!
from end to end, Instead of sldcwlso.
Yts, sir, it's like thu camel's motlou.cx
nctly." N, Y. Graphic.
Kent l'Jgs lu Clover.
In n large window of a 8.1. Louis
clothing store is it "pigs Inclovei"'
nuzzle thntis ntlinctlmr a ctowd of In-.
tcrcsted people, every day. , The window!
is tiansfoimcd into n semblance of the
pu.'Ao, the paitltious being low fonccs.j
U11U lUlllllllg uuuui iu uiu imsiiigcN uio
four small pigs ornamented with bows
of delicately colored ribbons. A little
hoy in tho guise of a farmer endeavors'
to drive them Into tho pen, wlilh) tho
crowd of people watch outsldo. Just'
ns he succeeds in getting them into the
Inner ring ono or two of thtm will jump
tho railing nnd trot loisurcly In tho op
posite direction, nftcr tho customniy
ncrv trso manner of nics. No one has
cvci seen nil the pigs In tho pen jit1
once, nnd tho amount of money that
has been wagered on" thoso pigs nnd'
their juvenile dilverWould build tho!
icntcnnlal arch nnd relievo the Johns
Die Oldest; Horse.
,Dr. Just, of Coral, inch., thinks that!
ho has ono of tho oldest horses In the
UnitediBtatcs. fTwcnty.four years ago
he bought him of Dan Rico, tho show-i
man. nnd then tho horse was said to bo.
.-00 .nn.M At.1 f Tm.1a..1..A.11.. !.. ....... fl
1 j uttin uiu. v miuuuiuuiy uu wu 11111
1T in., I... l.nenA' n ewntt Awn .nnlilnm.
overstated up to twenty-ilvo years. The!
otiicr uay state veterinarian urangcj
made n careful examination of the
40-yoarold and pionounced him pen
fectiv" s'ound of body, wind nnd llrah!
nnil nnnnNiMlli, irnrtil fn. tnr.nl,. Hn.m
,lll lllfj.llll,!!!!. gvw 1U1 V,,111V JUUIOi
tnni TVi- .mst. p llu, nlif frtllrtTwl
'dally in his practice and he shows not'
me s igntest signs oi nts gtcat age, I
A -Unlet Life.
ii uuy neiieitpuMu iins nivu u moiuuri-f
uveiiiiiu limi siieccosiui uiu man uap-i
tnln Nathauld II. Fnlker.of BlddefordJ
Me., let him say so. Captain Fnlkcr,'
who the pilar dny sold his last vessel,,
tho schoonoi Messenger, and retired'
irom misincss, -was uorn sixty-nine
years ago. When nlno yoars old he!
went lo sen, and has followed It sleaullv
tver Since, During forty of these iilty)
jeaislio has been a captain. In these!
louy years uu ims nover lO'jinman,
never had n man die nt sen, novel lost
n spar oi aait, ana never called unoni
Uiu undctvvrlteis for a cent of Insurance
Rtrcnctli of the Slnrmons,
Iheolllclal statistics lead at tho Inst)
Jlormon conference in Salt Lake City
show that "the Church of Jesus Clnlstl
of Latter Day Saints" has now twelye
apostles, sevouty patilaichs, 3,019 lilyli
piltsls, 11,803 elders, 2,0(10 priests,,
2,202 leacheis, 11,010 deacons, 81,800
fttmlllqs, 110,0in olllcers and membors'
and 40,1303 children itndci 8 years of
ngo, n total Mormon population of
103,011, The number of mmrlnges for.
the six months ended April 0, lB80,.vvas'
B80: number of births, 2,754; new mem-,
hers bnptlitd, 488; ONcommuulqatloiis,
An Old lleituty 8liow. i
A Belgian journal gives an account
of it. beauty show hcldW Paris in IBS').,
In rpniemurniicp of Iho oldest com
petition of tho kind tho prizes wcio
golden apples. Thu first; prJo was, of
course, awiudcd to tho Queen of Franco,
nnd tho second wns (obtained with 1,72.1
points hy a 5111c. Sunuro.. Most of the
pi lb winners were ladles from Nor
mandy. Drmms l'tiretollliic Ilnln.
It Is a supeislltlou with Georgia
negroes that If n poison dreams of tbo
dead nnd converse with them ns If
nllvo, it is a huia sign of lain within
two dnys. A prominent coloitd minis
ter In Atlanta says that such a dream of
his ircently wns followed by heavy
lalns aftci a sovcro thought,
Grand llnll nnd llont Hxcurnlout
The cxcurblon on June 10 down tho
Cbuapeako Day promises to bo one of tbo
mobtplcngunt trips out of Washington,
Delightful trip on tho Chosapcako ami Bus
(jueliunnu Illvcr, with two hours stop oyer
at Tolelietter, ln(.lq Jin both directions.
Moil) fifty pent(,.elth(on tho grounds or
on 1 oard ihe boat, Tralns.lcuvtt the 11. it
O. Depot, Washington, 8,30 a. in. Hound-t''P'&liJ.25-
Oqv; iojgo the date,
Wednesday, June 10,
THE! BPOflTIHO wonLD.
ton, a j
Second uninp IUntou, II! Washington, C,
I lilln., 11
bfcond'samo Daltfmojo, 10,loulavllle,0.
OANES TO DAT.
now THE CLUBS STANDI
w. i r.
lloston, 1....S9 10.779
(loTClnml.. SH IB 030
I'lilladelp'a 2-1 17 JVO
Now Vork..VSI 15 .CT
(liloOKu 10 H .411
IndlnnnjVlIslJ SS 300
Wnhln(ttonll .0 .KU7
w. L. r.
St Iflills. . ,3.1 18 .671
Atblotid SOI!) .OK
IUltlmora .,.20 lit ,1VV)
Kanias t)ty,l 0 1417
Colnmbus i. .lAn ,40a
Louisville, 8 41.100
A conference will be hold In the
West within tho next tWo weeks ho
tvecn rommlttces of the National
Lcaguo managcis and of League play
crs. The subject for consldciallon will
be the Classlllcatlon system. Messrs. J.
U. Day, J. I. Hogers mid A. G. Spald
ing rcpiestnl tho mnnagtis, nnd John
Wnul,Eilwnnl Hnnlonnnd Dan Uronth
crs, tho plajcis, Mr. Day of the New
York Club Is opposed to tho classlllca
John Morrill was presented with an
elegant silver scivlco yesterday by his
Host on friends.
It Is said the Washington manaso
ment has commenced to reduce tlio
number of surplus, players. George
Shock, who foi two years has boon
Washington's utility man, playing In
every position except behind tho bat,
otu llirnin Kbrlght, tho catcher, have
hcon released. Q'Day arid Ilcalcy,
pitchers, Clark, catcher, and Carney,
lirst baseman, are still hero on tha anx
ious; bench. Now If wo could tret Du
pee Shaw, Joo Quest, Old Rcllablo-Joo
Stall, Lurry Corcoran, Jim McConnlck,
JHko Dorgan, Tcto Hotnllng nnd Davy
Force, what an nggrogrftlon wo wOuld
Tlio Great Suburtjan.
"Witli .fluo wenther this nflcrnoon
thcio will ho nt least, 35,000 pecfpo
fiom'nll sections of tho country W soo
tho horses run for the great Suburban
Stakes, amounting to MO,00O, l Tho
slake Is worth $10,000, of which tho
winner will get $7,000, tho second
?2,000 and tho third $1,000, Not less
than $2,000,000 u bets will chatigo
hands nftcr the race Is over. This lace
Is modeled aflcr tho City nnd Suhulbin,
EnglnniVs gicnt handicap, and was
originated hy J. G. K. Lavyronco, the,
sccictaty of tho Coney Island Jockey
Club, and famous In racing circles ns
tho "prince of secretaries.' It is onoi
of two races in this country on which
there Is betting months before It is run,,
nnd. Hi ev'crv Inrco cltv In tho Union.,
there will bo anxious betters wnltlngl
iihpallently for nbws from. Uio tmck.
it is a liaiuncnp nnu us object is to
bring together ns many good horses
from 3 years old up as; thoy nro traln-i
Ing, nnd tho weights that thoy cany'
mo so vnrlcd ns to cqimlIo their chances
Tho nominations nro made January 1,
the weights that thoy must carry nroi
nubllshed Pcbninrv 1. and tho owricrs!
ore1 given until February 20 to tnkci
them out of tho raco if tho weights as
signed Hon t suit liiem. il tney are (to
fclafcd taken out tho owners must nav
$25; thoso that aro not dcclatcd, and do
notiun, forfeit $30, and thoso that dol
run pay $100 for the privilege As soon'
as the declarations arc mado tho betting,
begins irt tho Western books. From"
Ihe very flist year It vvns run, 1884,1
there have been somo 9! tho'most thrill-'
inc comesis. ior mo stoko ever socn,
nolnbly vvhtn General Monroo passed a
Held Of tw cnty nnd vv oil by n short'nOsc,!
Wnr Kaglo second nnd Jnclc of Hearts'
nn exceedingly cioso mint; ami last
vein', when It was neck-nnd-ncck bo-
tween Elkwood, Teirn Cotta and
FItcn7l, who came in in tho orderi
named. On the 1st of Jnnuary this year
sixty-eight horses vv ere nominated. Of
these It Is not likely that raoro than flf-
teen will start. ,
Tho number of starters foi the Su-J
burbnti seems to Increase as tho cer
tainty glows stronger that tho finish
will be confined to a few of tho top-l
weights. Hut every owner, no doubt,
believes that ho has a chnnco, and that
to 'stnrt simply Is to bet $100 against
$7,000, $2,000 and $1,000 thnt ho will
finish. One, two pr thrco. Tho Indica
tions nrc thnt Insncctoi 1).', Corino
main. Piodlenl and Ilvnocrlte will not
stait. In that case, Murphy, wbo Js
oown to rmo inspector ii,,ivvhi mount
lladgo. This vvould give tho little
liorse a great send off among tho betting'
fratctnltv. Kaccland and Ilndtro will
Srobnblysell oven in the ppofir'wlth
clln li. nnd Terra Cotta 'ns second
choice. Thd probable' starters nro. nsl
follows : 1
Cbjcago Stable's ch, b. Terra Cotta,
(J, McXfuigalln) 12i
Dwjer Dros.' b. h. Inspector I).,
w (I.,Murphy) 1211
A. J. Cassatt'bh. li. Eurun, 0.
(W. Hy ward), 121
A ll1.n.,ll. 1. D...I...1 A " T 1
.1. .JlllllVAJ. O M. K. ILnpU, 1.
It VIiitl.A P VU U 1.IKOUUU, U I
(W. Fltipatrlck) 120,
JicClclland A. Co.'j cn.'c, Bnqgo,4 ( ) 130
DnjcrHros.' b. f. Bella ",-1(0. Taylor) ljol
Oebrgo Hearst's blk. 'f. uorgo, 4,
V. V.U1 lllll O If, Kit VUI1U1I,U, (..IIIICNCIU; Wl
a. uaeue's ur. 11. unaniioru, oiiiergeni us
C. K. Hand's br. b. rrodlgal.5 (Murray
Volunteer Stable" eh. c.Volunteer(-i
M. Youncr'sbr. fi IIvnocrlM. (
0. 11 Norrls1 ch.c.Barrlstcr. (Anderson
Oakwood Btable's b. f , Conuemara( ,
Tlio University I'raresBors' Cwiv.,
Tho Attorney General has sent to tho
Bicrctary of tho Treasury a reply to tho
letter transmittlnir nn nnnenl from tho
decision recently rendered bv tho Sollo-
Itoi of tho Treasury against tho rtdmls-j
DJUU Ul 1UL1UU piUlL'QUlIt JU1 (Ulj 1U11
olio University, near Washington, andi
holding thnt It would bo a, violation of'
tuo nncn contract tatior inw, Tlio At
tomcy.Genornl stntcs thnt ho cannot
render an opinion on tho appeal, Hu)
is in uoutit wnctncT tlio caso is in such
Bhapo as to admit of giving It, consider
ation. A merely supposititious caso Is
pi evented to him nnd ho Is not certain
that ho ought to consider tho matter
un(ll tho prpfessora havq actually, ai
ri td in port.
Tlio Yuntlc Hud fliilenii.
TbO Board of Nnval Affnlis which
surveyed the United States vessels
Ynntfc nnd Galena havo made icpprts
iu iiiu ncuiuitu im uiu iiuvj. i uey ry-j
ion uoui vussein 111 inircoiuiiuuii. 1110
mil of both mo sound nnd no indica
tions of working or straining either
lusldo or outside nto found, Tho'
decks, pumps nnd plumbing need ra
pairs, Tho board recommends that tho)
.-Vi.laIo I,,, .1,1. lr, .1 fn ft., .wiimlMhlli nf
tLaqu. vu lvnMI IUI 1111 UI,11111IUV1U11 Ui
tho coppor, which appears to bo good
nt tho wnter lino. The cost of repair
ing tho Yantlo Is estimated nt $11,310,
nnd tho 'tlmo required is ten weeks,
The cost for repairing tho Gnlonn Is
plated at $0,071;
llio Osceolu Water Company.
The Osceola Water Company, with a cap
ital stock of $100,000, Is comprised of some
of the best known and most substantial
business men of this community, which
guarantees that citizens shall bo fairly
treated In dcallug with tho corporation
The public has becu assured that tuo mer
its pf the water are all that Is chilrnod for
It, aud will prove beneficial, especially 60
lu certain cases, for thOMnuIng It,
The water vylll be sold only In bottles,
and every effort will be wv to guard
against hajwltlpft and fraud.
, 1 'i-'f' f!"
Communications op any matter of cur
rent Interest Wilt be cheerfully printed Ini
Tun CitiTia under this head. Letters
snould In all cises bo as brief lis possible
' Tho Knight af St. John.
Washington, Juno 17 Editor Untie
Will jou plcnso concct nn error In
vour paper of this date In lefercnco to
IhO ltoman Catholic Knights of St.
John? Our parndo don't stmt until
IdiO o'clock, Instead of 0, iys you .haYo
It, nnd wo don't dismiss at Iho Jicnd
(i u niters. The lino of mnrch is from
tlic Fence Itlonunicnt ip Pcnnsylvnnla
nv cntto to Seventeenth street, to K; to
Inssflcluisritts hvcnuo, to G, to CaplWl
llascball Fnrk, vvlicro wo will hnvo a
prizo drill for several prizes, then dis
miss. Inclosed is n copy of tho circu
lar sent out by the committee Inst April.
'Please do (his, nnd oblige 'a constant
render, Tmwmll. Iaman, "
Chairman of Committee.
HINTS ABOUT SHAVING
Tho moment you lenvo your bed (or
bath) Is tho best tlmb to Share.
Never uso warm water, which makes
tho fntc (of'shavcrs) tender,
A piece of soft Mate leather should
always bd kept with rn7ors to wjp6thcm
In cold wenther wlnco vour razor
(closed of course) in your pocket or ur-,
'tier your" nnh lo wnnn it.
Always 'wipe your razor clean and
strop it Dcforc putting It awny; and al
ways pill out shaving' brush away
with tho lather On it,
If yoit only onco put away yqurinzor
witiioui stiopping 11, or otherwise poi
fcctlv clenhlltg tlio cdbe. ton must no
loiigcr cipect to shnvo veil and easy,
the sonp ahd'damp so Boon rtist the fine
The rnmr, being only a flno s&vt,
should be moved In a sloplngpr sawing
direction, nnd held nearly flat. to 'the'
fafcc, cart being taken to drnw tle sklb
as tight as possible with the; left hand,,
tfi n In Virspnt.1 nn ftvim rturfrthi nnil
turow outtiio ucara.
Th'eninctlceof messlniron tho cdtre
of the razor in stropping it soon
rpunds it; thb pressure, should
'bo directed to tho belc, which)
should never ho raised fiom the!
slrorl. If you shave from heel to point
of razor, strop It from point to heel;
but if you begin with thc'pulnt in shnV
lug, then stiQp It from heel to point.
THE blSTJUCT LOSES.
How llrokers Operate tinder Hankers'
The Department employo Is very frp-
qucnuy uisappoinicu wnon no jacnos
Washington. Instead of finding tho Elyslufn
of Political SplendOrwhlch his fond fmagl
tmtlon depicted, ho discovers a place-very
similar to Ilia workadi v w orld which lie
has left. Imtead of finding tho latch string
to the Treasury vault Invitingly suspended
from tho outer doorsj ho discovers tlmt tho
Ignominious hustle for tho almighty dollar
is quuo as vigorous ucro as cisewncro, mo
rnntcntn of the Trcasufv bolntr carl fnllv
preserved as a text fdr "Surplus" editorials
A cnod manv of tho vounuincucm
ployed in tho Departuients nnd thotnselvcs)
I'shorl" at times and aro obliged to appiyi
for loans. They don't go to a pawn-l
broker, however; they1 arc. accommodated'
' 111 a iarTnoro genice.i rasnion. lucro is a;
largtfnumber of bankers in this city who
no no Manning ousmesa wnaiover oiuepi in
dlecountinirnotcs.x MNote-Shavera" is the
disrespectful term somotlmes applied to
iueui. auu uuiu-nuuvur is, ui uuuise, nm.
turc, almost a necessity In every commu
nity, and, tbcro would bo nothing excep
tional about the Washington variety 'were
It riot for the claim that tho District rive-)
nucs sutler through them. The District sj
not aVartlcularly wealthy corporation and!
,it ought to have every cent there. Is coming
Oniccr 8. J. BlockJs especially assigned
to matters pcrtalnlnc, to tho illconso laws.
and Is of necessity well posted oh tho sub
ject Jio.-eam esieruay 10 a i;kitio? re-
Jiortcr: "The ,Hccnso ;law assesses brokers
100 ncryear, This would ho atl well
enough wcro It not for tho further1 proviso
that any person who has a banker's license
need not take out a broker's llccyso. To
obtain' a banker's llconso It Is'only necessary
to nav flftV cents on each thousand dollars
of capital stock. A man goes to tho au
thorities, states that ho has n thousand
dollars Or so of capital stock mil gets 'n
Hcciibo for fifty cents on tbo dollar. This;
leavi 8 people wh6 aro charging from flvo to
ten percent h month Interest," with n6 an-
rtllftl liVhniien iivnnht ItiA tifnnll ivntvimif An-n
MUM V lVUO WJkLlltl S.S1U qUIUII IMjl t-VI1I.0U
on capital stock, whlli by rights they
should vav one hundred dollars a veah
Itls'n very defective law apd should bo!
remedied. You can't do anjtlilnir about
It, however, as long as tho, law stand, li It
Thd usual manner lu which tho moner
lender works Is to mako for Instance a ten-'
aouar loan; me Dorrowpr gives uis now ion
3,10 find rnr.f-lveA thnt amount 1i(as wliAtAvurl
' the Idtercst would amount to. Iu' addition
to this the noto draws tho lecal rato of In
tercsf. They receive ntf eocurlty of course;
except. ine nmrj oui mai is naDie 10 collec
tion through the usual methods'. I
Thero are about fortv houses outsldo the
national banks that are doing business under
banking licenses. Host of them never bad
a check drawn on (bem In tho wholo courso
of their existence.
Tho officers have had some trouble with
financial freo-bootcrs who mako loans to
clerks and xithers.'accontlm: crold watches'
alia bicycles as collateral. Cases of this'
Kinu cojne ip nonce auue ircnucnuy in uio
.Departments, ouu ii requires jHorno vigi
lauc to keep this biislucss In check.
DhECUAM'a m.l a core bilious and nervj
ous ills. (
Is all tho money required to buy any suit,'
mailed $23,323 50, $25 Olid $27.50. Else
man Drothcrs, Seventh and E, manufactur-l
Ingclothltrs nnd tailors.
Wasiiikoton Sirn Deposit Co., 010 1'aJ
a Ye., rents safes as low as $5 per year.
n,mIV fwt l.inn 1,1 ,OC(l ,ll,l.lnl..l
dence. 1801 fourteenth street. James P .ased
n i cars, bnlovod husband of 'llnrrl
Oairlty nnd oldest son of Jurats and Joanne!
"May he i est In peace "
Ttelatlvoa and friends aio reHneotfullv ln
vltcd to attend tho funeral, from IS t. Matt
thew's Cbureh, oduosday, Juno 19, at 0.
o'clock a. in.
HANSON. On Monday ovcnlnir, June 17,j
lbUO.lhomas llountjoy HansOn, 111 tho7.M'
year of his age
Funeral at tuo rhnn.li of tho Ascension on,
VV ednosday tho 10th, ntl p. m. I'rlends nnd
acquaintances are Invited to bo prosont.
BltADLKY.-On Juno IT, 1880, William H.(
Bradley, son of Mr, Justlco llrudloy, In the
Funeral on 'Uuirwlny, Juno 20, lit 3 o'clock
p, iri , at Ny wnrkt N. Ji
T WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to ileury Leo's Sons),
-trisrum n TAicmBn
3T2 FENN. AVENUE N, W '
Branob office, 4t)a Maryland are. s. w.
AyausT BunoDoitp, '
(110 1'cnii, ave. n. w , between !ld and ii stal
Kvnrrthlmt first nlaas
Aro advised to have tho annual Clean
ing and Repairing of Furnaces and
Stores dono at this tlmo, as now wo,
can send, our Most Skillful Mechanics,
and tlio work can bo dona moro
cheaply and satisfactory than In tho
Hayvvarcl & Hutchinson,,
am jvj.vrir htjieut
RIDER & ADDISON.,
Wholesale and Itetall dealers la
PAPER, BUNK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
014 KJt&tU gt. N, VVr, near Va, Ave.
Orden or rcauwU tar quoutloni glveai
Qab & Company.
Every Cheviot and Cassi
mere suit in our house Is
still purchasable for $14.
That they are marked dnd
have always sold at 28,
35, $22, $20 and $18 makes
no difie'rence now they're,
$14 and' not one reserved.
The stock ol, thin thingjs
forboy s not a new clepar
ure with us by any means
is fuller this season thah
ever before. We've in-,
eluded more lines and iri-i
creased the variety, Now
everything that is made up
for men we can duplicate, for'
the boy"s in styles and pat
terns suitable for their wear.
We go even smaller light,
airy stuffs in kilts. (Secontl
The. Neglige Shirts ran
low Saturday a constant
drain, and we commenced)
to see bottom. Flood-tide
again. New patterns, same
1 Qualities they couldn't be
itnproved upon socts, to
$4.50. With the shirts you
want ,a Windsor Scarf to
wear it 50 cents, and a
multitude oi styles to select
from. French washable scarfs
25c. The Saks & Company
collars and cuffs linen bargains--
ioc. for collar. 15c.
for cuffs. They're'mgde for
jts. Regular jines, not job,
.stock. Equal Jto any collar
atoc. or 'cuffs at,a quarter.'
I hey 11 outwear them.
ml , uuiiii nil 1 1
300 to 308' Seventh Street.
rSS ViIVWV. WW-.W Cf "Jf
oi Virginia; ice, mine ium iruiti
l.MMl, A.l.lritaa fd H. V'
(tvrrr nmtisement. Address Mrs
FI1ILD, Hallway, Fdoqulcr County, Yn.
A CCOMMODATION8 IXlIt 20 DOAIlDEna
A ,at tho Do Lander, farm, I, mile from
Hoyirs station. Met' B. 'M. and 6. Healthy
location! large lawn; splondld sprtriit
wattr. Frlvato teams oared for. 'Terms, S90;
month. BU.1II! LANDK1L Boyd's, Md. ' )
rniK 'WAVEnty.nAMiLTON, loudouX
X. County, Va, Double throe story brtok
anaay lawn, uounuanoo or irnus, &e ror
particulars apply to Mrs. NICHOLS, 1123 HtH
ft nw. until July 1.
rATTON-THE OLD FAMOUS SUMMER
JL resort, at Bound Hill, Loudoun County,
Va, Is now open for tho season; one fourth
mile from station; fine water and shado; two
dally malls, tcleirraph nnd livery: dan clnnand
other amusements; S mllos from Blue Ittd&e
Mountains. Addrosa MII3 M. L. WALKER.,
A TLANTIC HOTEL, OCEAN CIvTiltf Dt
82 W and $3 per day, $15, (17 W and VO per
week, according to location of looms: oa-i
paolty COO Ruosts; boating, sunnhiR, flshlngj
For circulars or cboloo rooms address Hlscs1
House until Juno SO. C. V. .SPOFFOKD,,
lToprletor. Also proprietor Klggs House,
Vasblngton, P. C. '
OBKNEY SFrtlNOS AND HATH, VA-TniS
maenlflcent property, rooently purchased
by tho Orkney Spring Hotel and Improve
ment Comnanv. will onon Juno IB. Addoil in
many now attractions and Improvements is u.
swlmmlnir wool larscst In the United HfAtf-ft'
enlarged ground, walks auddrlvo, an ex-l
collcnt livery, equipment unsurpassed; seven
different mineral waters, superb climate, es-i
neclally boneflolal for malaria, asthma, on-,
(arrh and hay fovar, exhaustion and donios-t
slon, capacity, l.ooo, grand scenery. 1'ara
phlits at principal drug stores, donota. oto,
F.W. EVANS, Manager.
Vy HncKviu.1, Md., .
Will bo opened for the reception of clients'
Juno 13, Nowly built and newly furnished,
Modorn Improvements, oleetrio bolls, gas,
water, ' MItS. M. JCOLLEY.
Of the Clarondon,
Westminster Fork, Alexandria Bay, N. Y,
"Unqnestionably tho finest location In th'a
1,000 Islands," lfnrpor's Magazine, Septem
Hates f i to S3 per day, $10 to $17 per week.
Special mtes to families and parties. Send
for Illustrated pamphlet.
H. F. INQLEHAItT. Irop
Gas Retort , Stpve,,
Either With or Without Side Boiler,
Holding ten quarts of water,
Gas Stoves With Ovens,
OAIIDEN HOSE, OAS riXTlirtKS, FLUMII
1NO AND GAS FITTING.
E. F. BROLOJKS,
J3i 15th St,, Opp, Trean, Dept,
S. S. SHEDD & BR0
Lawn Vasos and Sotiees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
l'or, iiummer Copklng,
rLUMBlNO, TINNINO AND FUHNAOB
.. W OltK WiNjr VltOMl'TLY.
, --ESTIMATBrJ FUHNJ8HED,
432 Ninth StTtN.. .VV-
AUUUOH'S OltAND orEltA-lIOUSE
Evenings at 8 It). Matlnco Saturday,
THE IiaMONT OPERA CO.
'Under' ibd direction of Mr, NAT ItOTII.
.iuuiu vvih xwlu, jiii.u -amiti, j,,(iuoin
Saxer, LnuraJllllard.VV m rmette, tlco, Drod-
i.,.,1.. A,AMA -Il.A.I .,,. r,..,. .,....,,-
rricK, unas, uing, itoucrt iirouencK and
tancr Alien. .
Itescrvcd scats 60 and 75o.
Kext V'ftk-T11E LAOft llANDKEnCllIEr.
KfiltMAN'S TltfATHE ANU fl VTtDKS,
ElflvcntrTstreet, Boittu of I'm avenue.
SIX DAYS FEMALE RACE.
1K1IOUKH. ALL DAY AND AI.L NIOHT,
300 Miles Necessary for n riaoo.
CO l'cr Cent, of Gato Itecclpts to Winners.
. .. .ManyNewl'ncesIn
. THE mtAUTIFUb BUMMKIt (lAUDKN,
Matinees Monday, Tnosdny, Thursday and
Hatnrday. . .
Pennsylvania nvendo and Ilth st,
., Grand, Opcnlmc Bummor Season.
Mntlnccs Mon i Ti6.,Thnrs. nnd Hat.
lv cry Night.
Admission, 10, IS. od, 85a.
SUNDAY JUNE 2,
Hrst pcrformnnco of tho
HATTLE' OFTl7uLI, RUN
ADMISSION 25 CBNT3
UAUCVl AAVUllEllOil -HJUA.lt illUltt
DE MOIAY MOUNTED CO.MMANPEItY.No.
4, Ki TM
On Thursday, Jimo M, i860.
rcnvlnR D AO, doiKit, A special tialn
wllllrnroataOln tho afternoon. Adult
ticket Sti child's, K cents. Good on all rea
Tickets tan bo had of any of tho following
F. G. Alexondori corner llth and I st- m w.l
, AbranjJ.'roy, 1843 .Corooran st.j w. J. Lown,
corner r 7th and Mar)uui4 ?e. -w,:i J, F. '
t O'Neill; MJUh St. b"o.; W. F. Dreuolnger.
L'uiiiuiiLLCu ul iin'iniM, 01 11111 raimrnannpi-v-
Trains icavo u. .t o. depot 0 03 n. m, 1 23.
2.80 (jDeclal) and 4.83 p. m, ltoturnlng, lenyo
IlaylllclcnC.lQ. 6 30 and D CO (special) u m. f
MARSHALL HALL, l
.IVJ.QA...A AVC.114.1X, UUMZ Ot
8TBWBRI Ini, ine, COROORUN
' Steamer leaves wharf at 0-30 o'clock.
T1IOUTEENTII MOONLIGHT EXCURSION I
J-l Of T1B
CORCORAN CADET CORPS
TO MAllSHALli HAtt,
Thursday Evening, June 0, lbS9.
Steamer VV. VV. Corcoran leaves fjoventh-
itrect wliarf at OJOp. m.rrcturnlnB nt. lUiO
p m. Tickets Weents, for sale by members
and at tho boat.
BANK CtEItKB' EXCUI58I0N TO MAIt
l'ostppnod to Friday ovenlnp, Jano, SI.
6tiamcrs COIlConAN AND 'WAKEFIELD
lenvo Seventh-street Wharf 0 p; m. sharp.
Tickets, fl. For sale hy all banks. f
ON THE CHESAPEAKE.
;iuq jouBb totnp;cie m Bit i(s appQjpimcms
of any resort on tho Chosapcako liay or roto-
.The most complete, la all Us appointments I
MUSIC BY THE
NAVAL ACADfeMY BAND.
(Trains leave B. A Oi Depot, Washington, I
-k-uvk1 uHfflv iimq a, si. unu ,1.9 ana 4.3) p. in.
Sundays, OM a. m.,i. and a,13n''n.; ,
Leave Bay Itldga week day 80 10 nnd 8.30 p. I
ROUND TRIP - - ONEDOLLRR
j Tho 83 a.m. weekday and 00 a. xa, Sun
day trnlnsconnojt at Bay ltldgwlJJ steamer
rasscngcra f rom Washington holding Bay
Itldge .excursion tlokots. can. take steamer
Columbia Irom Bay ftldgo to Baltlmoro and
return xin payment of 10 ceutsi btoamer
leaves Bay ludgerweek days, 110 a.ta ; Sun
dars, 11.30 a.m.;on return trip arrUes at Bay
lHdge,4tl0veek,days4 13 Sundays
Tickets on salo at H.& O oftlccs.OlO and
1831 l'omisylvanla avenue, nnd at depot,
On Sunday at depot only.
moNOItFOLKAND FOItTKESS MONHQE.
DAILY LINE OPTrEAMEns.
ON ANI AFTKHMDNDAV-MAnCIU, 1S89,
fetenracr OEonaE LEAfty will leave Seventh
strootwharf On Mondays', Wednesdays and
Fridays at 5 p. m.'
.Steamer LADY OP THE LAKE on Toes
days, Thuwdays and Sundays at lp, m. from
Sixth street wharf. , '
r LEAKY will stop at 1'lnoy Point down and
vip, weather ncrmlttliig, until fnrthi.r notice.
No boat for Cornfield Harbor.
Faro. 81,50 caoh wav. Ko round trim, i
Both steamers land at Boston wliarf , NorH
iuik, bqu idsku oiobo cunuocuon wim Jjosion
and Providence and Now Yorki.steamcra of
Old Dominion Line; connect also .with all
other rail and steamer lines, fcecirro rooms
and tickets On boats', Knox and Lloyd's
express will ohetk baggage from hotdls and
private residences. Leary's telopbono, No.
745 J; Lake's telephone. No. 04.
Geo. n. pniLUPs, supt. i. & s c- Co.
WM. P. WELCH. Supt.P. 3. Co.
' BTEAMEIt W, W, COHCQIUN
(Capt,L.L.Blako) leaves 7thM. Wharf dillp
(except Sunday) for
" ''MOUNT VEItNON
Leaving at 100 clock a. m ;returntng,resehes
Washington about n:i(ln. m. Faro round
trip, 11, including admission, td groundaml
Steamer VV. W. Corcoran lcivc 7th nt. I
wharf dolly for Marshall Hall, leaving at 10 1
iu u m .rearming v nsuingiaii iiDonc &.3U p, in.
8UN11AYS two trlnr. leavlnirnt 10-.40n.tii.
and 2.80 p. m . reaching Washington at 3 add 1
. p.m. I'uru rouuyirip, soci
ALExANDBIAJfEnitY AND'hIVEU EX.
Two Saloon Steamers. Ev cry hour from 6
n. m. to 7 is p m
13 MILKS QN THE POTOMAt rOHlflo.
Free Excursion for Babies. Seal Sohedulo.
THE NEW STEAMEH CECILE, TnAT
will aocommodata SCO people, lrukes
hourly trips to Holtzman's and Upper Itlyer
landing! fromt) n, m to 10 p in. Hound trip
iSo. All kinds of pleasure boats for hire at
JOS. PAS8ENO. 8131 Water St.
BOl FOIt OBEAT FALLS AND OABIN
JOHN llllILGU,-.Hteam Packet EXCEL
It makes her regular trips on Sunday,
Monday, Wnlncsday and Friday, IcaTlng
High st. and CanaUUeorgetown. at 8 a. ra.
W ill commenco April t Fare, too., round
DErAnTMENT OF THE INTEIHOIt,
Waihlnaton II, O . Juno 10, 1889, healed
proposal will bo ncolved nt tho lionirtment
of tho Interior until WEDNESDAY? tho 2DTH
INSTANT, at 13 O'CLOCK M., (or tho eroo
tlon at tho aovernniont Hmnllnl for thn
jniane, near this city, of nn inhrmury build- ',
log In aecordanco with plans and specllloa- i
tlons to be seen at tlio Hospital. Tho Depart-
ment roservos tho right to walvo defects and f
awarded only xo rcitilor building contractors
,u,.jvi.b.lj uimHllluuh L..JIHIUUI. Will lU
or carpenters, .iiinw vv.rniiiLK, secretary.
THEASUHY DEPAItTMENT, MAY CT. 1830.
Scaled proposals will be received at tbo
office of the buporlntendent for furnishing
supplies for mo of the Treasury Department,
In the cltv of Waslilneton. 1). C . for the tlsc.it
year ending Juno so, ibW, lroposal will bo I
Itrinn,! nt J .,,lrt(.lr , ,n n Ihn Inllnmtnn V
named days: For removing Asliei, Cleaning
Curiets,V ashing Touols and for Ice, .MOM
DAY. Onno 17, 1N!0; for Lumlior, loniRO. Fuel
and the nurdiafla olWnm Pnner. TUKsriAY.
Juno 18, ISrti, for 1 llu Holders, t'alnters! Ma-lj
terlals and Plumbers' Matorlals, WEDNES if
DY, June 10, IHSll, for Cabinet Shop Stock. If
1HUI18DAY, June SO, 18t'J; forJIIuellaneous V
puppues, rJUUAl, uuuo l, ltu. rrinicti
HCheilulcH containing Instruullops to bidder
may bo had at the oithv of tho Snperldtcnd
cut. Tbo Department reserves the right to
ivjwk , nuu.u U(UB, Ul I'Ulbi. Ul UMjr UlUkX
nnil to rAlrrt ilfAnlR. V
VV. WINDOM. Socretary,
J.Il. WlIXXTT. S.U, UWIMKI.
Vermont nve. unit X( st. u, w.
Choice Orooerles, Meats And Provisions.