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'WABII1NQTQX, .TUNE 10, 1889.
Tic Cabinet meets on Tuesdays and Frt
dajsat 13:30 p. tn.
' Senators and Representatives In Concreu
rrlll be received liy the President every day,
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Secretaries Illalnc, Proctor and Tracy
nve Iteucd tlio following order for the re
ception of visitors:
Reception of Senators and Representa
tives In Congress from 10 to 13 o'clock.
.Reception of all persons not connected
with" the Departments, at 13 o'clock, except
Tuesdays and Fridays, which aro Cabinet
1b); and Thursdays In the Department of
-State, when tho members of tho Diplo
matic Corps aro exclusively recclvod.
' Persons will not bo admitted to tho build
ing alter 3 o'clock each, day, unless by card,
which will bo sent by the captain ot tho
watch to the chief clerk or to tho head otj
the bureau for which tho visit Is Intended.
This rule will not apply to Senators, Itep
rcuntttlvcs or heads of F.xeciitlvo Dcpart
'tucnts, . . The Secretary of tho Treasury receives
Senators and Representatives from 10 to
H:3Qa! m , nud other persons from 11:30
until 1 p. m.,. except Tuesdays and Fridays,'
The Fostniastcr-Gcnoral receives persons,
having business with him from 10 a. m.i
until 1 p. in., except on Tuesdays aud
'Fridays, Cabluet days.
Personal calls upon tho Secretary of , tho
.interior must bo made between 10 n. m.
,aud 3 o'clock, noon.
itWBT," Olf COUHSK.
.rpnnsylvanln ha gouo wet, so very
wet that a mnjority of 200,000 or there
iabouts against prohibition' Ig thought to1
1)0 the size of It, nud tho ultra ro
.formers ralso their eyes toward clouds,
tho Mlvcrillnlng of which Is not likely
to.be visible for somo 'Imo to come.
The practical pcoplo pf n practical,
State have announced that thoy do not
consider arbitrary reform tho proper
thing, and Uintalio dreamers who im
agine that they aro kcopcrs of their
brothers' consciences, and dictators of
their brothers' course arc In atrcw.cn
'Were Was made a great effort.by the!
.rroMulllonlsu.nml Uio opposition mot;
them by equal effort. Oleo clubs and'
l)iinds'patadcd tho streets of cities, thoj
;iormer,oi cpurse.ior "rciprm; ' tuo latter'
for the status' nuo. Tho relative style!
of tho exhibition -was Indicative of' tho!
relative style of the parties. A band Is
praetlcallsm; it gleo club vrtll, theroj
arc some not unpleasant gleo clubs but
(ho gleo club abstractly and on tho aver
'ge,.is the ono object thrust beforo him
-vttilch makes tho ordinary observer
Wish he had a gun, preference being
fometlincs given In his mind to tho
more homely axo.
There arc three parties In relation to;
the liquor question In this country,
'the saloonkeepers, tho prohibitionists,
and tho temperance people. Tho Iattor,
'Including most thinking peoplo, respect)
uio rigiits oi ouiers, nave reason enougu
'to know that, tho flakes and. St. jTolma;
;aml willnrus aro cither a speclos of
'Bblo, earnest crank, reformers for reve
nue, or reputation seekers, and that.
their methods, fully and fairly tried in!
the past, cannot possibly avail. So. the
temperance people, whon tho prohlbl-
tlon Issue comes up, voto wlthi
the ealoon clement. Such of
tho .prohibitionists as aro honest and
have' Intelligence enough to await re
sults will yet join tho practical re-!
formers' In. securing local option nml
furthering such other moderate and
shrewd programme as may bo ndyanccili
jor icuucing to n minimum tuc evils
arising rom tho use of intoxicating
Every lesson such as that taught Im
J'cnhsylwinla yesterday Is n good ono.'
It Js another posslblo Impression upon
the heads of dullards.
, Mil. JtOOSEVEIVT AND TUIS Civil.
Jlr. .Thcodoro Hooscvclt has declared
in Tndianapolls that tho Civil Scrvlco
law is to be obeyed absolutely until it
is repealed. Tho law, ho declares, con
templates a non-partisan scrvlco In tho
classified offices, and tho Commission
Is determined to. accomplish tho object.
That Is tho way to talk. ' To do what
Mr; 'Roosevelt says tho Commission will
do is the way to act.
Meanwhile, let every examination bo
not 9nly fair, but let tho roport upon
every examination bo made -at Onco.
Let tho status of each State n appoint
ments pro to bo mado in jmy class
'bo known. Let tho standing of
every individual examined, John
Jones or Mary Smith, bo' given out.
Let it bo known to whom, on tho
ground of merit, shown at any cxaml-'j
r,U.jwt aiiojnjmiu. of Snv j
tort, In rmy class, iropi any Btatc, will'
go, lly this means (iiily can tho spirit
of the law'bc carried out. Let every
thing connected with the workings of
tho Civil Scrvlco Commission bo open
and nbovo board.
It will not be a had Idea, cither, if
the Civil Service Commissioners re
solve that their bureauwhich, In a de
gree, represents that portion of tho
community which knows just how pub
lic business should bo coniluctcdf-shall
exhibit something of that "hustlo"
which docs not ordinarily characterize
the conduct of Government affairs. It
will ho au admirable thing If tho
"catching up with work" when two or
three thousand examination papers have
accumulated bo made a matter of say a
week (as it would bo In an ordinary
business house), instead of a month or
two, and If tho ccncral atmosnlicro
of thu Commission's headquarter
be maintained just as far from the
lazily priggish as posslblo and just
as full as possible of vigorous, un
pretentious common sense. It Is not
hero even intimated thai tho air is no, l:
all It should bo atprcsont, but, If It bo
so, ltshouldbu kept conscientiously up
Mr. Hooscvclt Isyoung, broad-minded,
well-informed, kiiows the difference be
tween a hawk rind a hemshaw, or the
almost 'extinct bison' aud tho tnoro
thoroughly extinct Irish elk, and has
still about him some of tho ''whoop-la!'
spirit attained In Its royal earnestness
only on tho pralrlos of the groat North-
west. Wo look for vast rcsultsfrom his'
efforts. Wo look for liberal things.
"Wc hopo to see him provo tho most
blessed young bull ovef invading a
A MUItDKKOUS l'ltACTICK.
The man who carries a concealed
.weapon in a civilized community Is, at
'all times, a posslblo murderer. There
Is no excuse, no palliation for his
offense. Ho can bo armed with a con
cealed weapon only with the Intention
of using It if what ho considers nn
emergency arises. Ho Is a dangerous
Thcro was committed In Wash
Ington last night what .might have
been a murder, simply because; a
man who, had probably been
drinking, canted a pistol. Thero is a
pliingcnt law here against carrying con
cealed weapons and this law was vio
lated. Tho fact that the law exists
should aggravate tho crime com
mitted. If tho man shot was alsO
armed, he, also, should bo punished, If
ho reco'ver, or, If he dlo, no sympathy
need bo wasted on him. It Is riot' yet
known, however, that ho was armed.
If he was not, ho Is but another victim
of-avlclous habit of'thugs, and of somo
who coilnt themselves bettor than
The crlmo of carryinga pistol should
in a decent community bo ranked
among tho highest. It Is a cowardly
and murderous thing' to do.
And tho' Philadelphia you'nc man with
tho 'white apron aud stubbed black mou-i
tache shouted: "JH-yah for Omar Khayyam
and tho Itubalyat 1" last night, and sang:
"Give, mo ray jug of rye, a crust of bread .
q-Wlth Pennsylvania prohibition dead,
AniUhou, ph tulip-lips, boueath my roof,
I would not taketho Sultan's oro.wn Instcadl)'
Tun ENTEicrmsiNo proprietors of tho
asblncton I'osl will soon lesuo that boom
ing paper In an cntlro new dress, and make,;
It as attractive In Its appcaranco .as It la!
Interesting in Its contents. The Post Is1
progressive, and proposes to keep abreast
of the times tn all that is necessary to make!
a first-class newspaper.
It will scarcely pay tho Chesapeake audi
Ohio Canal Company to bo otherwise tbam
fair with tho business men who goncrouidy1
oiler t,o. assist repairing the, water-way,
and where bids from reputable partlos.arel
received tho cost ot reconstruction can boi
,gaugcd In advance. .
Tiieue Is ono thing that Mnldoon makes'
clear, and ltounhtto.onconroBo.tho backers
of .Sullivan. Hols recovlng tnoro oomtant,
and Intelligent euro than any bruto In tho!
world. New York World.
1'roof-reader, toipposltor or careless1
writer? How camo "other" to bo'omltlcili
Fon tub benefit of tho8tLquIs.fliy)uMfo!
and 'tho Democratic press of .Missouri It Is
hereby announced that Goycruor .Ililloj
New York Is cognizant of the fact that!
Missouri is sot tho only Btato in tho Union,;
()ENi;nAL Fiiank IUtton and Colonel)
Rerlah Wllklns.tho Republican andDcmo-i
crallc editors of tho Washington list, arol
registered at tho Fifth Avcnuo Hotel, New
-, , , i
Tub rnw. ruffianly members of tho gen-j
crauy uno "rennsyiyama troops" aro sus-
telnlng their visiting record at Johnstown.
Washington knows that record, ,
Wimtiieii l'noi'UKT Devoe appoars to,
uuvo uecuici, inuuiuv gruumi uoor uy
the organizers, of the roccnt cyclono trust.'
What Is thq dlffcreuco between tho leader!
of a brass-baud and a member ot tho Wash
ington baseball toam f Qno handles tho;
baton and tho other handles tho bat-off.
"Do not mock me," said tho turtle to tho:
coup as he fell in.
It was a caso of cold-water-loo In Penn
Fat It on file that the rasp-berry has ap
peared. Pictures of thought are not always fouml
In a "ffamo, of mind."
General Orecly had nothing to do with'
yesterday's wet weather In Pennsylvania.
ROOSEVELT ASP CIVIL SE11VICB JIEFOJIM. '
The law must be obeyed,' I.say,
Though politics should suffer;
I am not here to trucklo to
Tho "heeler" or tho "duffer."
I stand upon a higher plain
Than politicians caro to;
And I can do a dozen things
Not ono of them would daro to. ,
'fhoy open their proceedings with
Great cheers and, bells a-ringtng;
Wo open ours In different stylo,
With prayer and llkowlsa ilngtng,
They whoop It up for party and
Thoy paint It red as coral;
VYlilla wo, composed of gentler stuff,
Are truly p. d. moral,
Thoy call us Mugwumps! What of that?
Oh, may they boorglveul
They'd drpp tho country Into hell,
Wo take It up to Heaven,
Tho Jaw must be pbcyed, I say,
Whatjlo tho parties Jeer for?
For Civil Service needs TUironu,
Aid tbt;8Wfc&U'm here, for,
An ancient and fWh-Hko smell salutes
liiq'nostrlis as one approaches tho foot
of Seventh street. As tho car draws
nearer the rtVcr tho smell grows
stronger, and at certain hours of tho
day It permeates tho atmosphcro to an
extent Hint ono wishes himself nl tho
oilier end of tho city. It Is at tho
wharves above tho passenger boat land
ings that the fish supply of thocltyils
distributed. Hero Iho men who hawk
shad and herring about tho streets buy
their stock, and licro gftmt wagons iaro
loaded with th'c spoils of tho fhucrnlcn.
It is an Interesting, n picturesque sight
at tho busy hours of thu morning or
lalo In tho Qvcnlug when tlo boats coma
in. Every ono smokes, and every ono
smokes a pipe. Thcro seems to bo some
thing inseparable about smoking nnd
ilshlng, and a fisherman who-doesn't
stnoko Is not a flshermnui Thoy sell
most of their "ketch" by tho pound,
somo few, generally tho larger
varieties, by tho pair, and when all
the choice ones havo been. selected they
(Jinn) thu remainder into bushel Or half
bushel baskets and sell thorn for a trllle.
This Is.thc. chance of Uio strcot men,
nnd they make handeoino profits on
their bargains. Hut thoy don't havo
everything their own way, for many of
tho frugal bpardlng-houso "mistresses of
tho city havo found that It will pay
them to.do part of their marhcllng here.
Sometimes lato lit the day fifty pounds
of good, fresh Uh are sold for a dlmo.
One, of tho numerous duties that fall
to tho lot of a District Commissioner Is
that of iinaklng adtjressos to..tho numer
ous conventions, meeting at tho Capital.
The city Is rarely without a convention
of somo description nnd, all of them ex
pect, their proceedings to bo opened by
one of, the. i tilers of tills ton by ten dis
trict, They arc generally saljsllcd, for
all such Invitations uro. accepted. It Ls
,onc of tho unwritten IrMvs of tho local
goverriment. Mr. Webb was a famous
orator on these occasions. Hois a ready
"jawemlth," as Dr. McQlynn would
say, and was never unprepared. Fre
quently ho used to try and get Mi;.
Whcailcy .to take his place, but never
succeeded. Thcsamc'ls tho.caso with
the.prcsent Commissioners.. Mr. Doug
lass, tho president, docs tho speech
making for tho tiio. Ho Is a Uncut,
graceful talker, though brief and to, tho
point, touching with sympathetic, sen
tences upoa somo theme that will Inter
est his nudltois and always saying some
thing original nbout It. Ho rarely tells
a stoiy or anecdote In any of IiU ad
dresses, though ho Is an interesting
story-teller nnd has n good stock on
hand for every occasion., Commissioner
Hine does.not tell many stories, but lie
is ono of'iho best of listeners nnd rel
ishes a good story well told.
THE PEOPLE'S COLUMN.
Communications on any matter of cur
rent Interest will bo cheerfully printed In
Tnn CniTio under this head. Letters
should In all cases bo as brief as possible
Thu H-KHliir llefemlctl.
Wahhinoton Hahhacks, DC, Juno
V).MUtor Critic: Tho following ap
pears In double-leaded type In yester
day morning's J'ort: "Hliic Coats Dis
gracedArrest of Two Soldiers at
Johnstown for Oilering Insults to
Women." This is misleading, and as
tho'publlo press Is, besides being tho
censor of public morals, tho educator
of public opinion, justice to thoso who
nro BtiUMtn demands that the truth
should bo written concerning them.
Thcro. is no soldier in this country nt
mo -present umo jxrte mil mo regu
lar soldier, and ho was Mover known in
,pcaco or In war to outrage or assault
women. The men arrested wero
militiamen, and it .should bo pub
lished to tho country nt largo.
Heal soldiers- havo as nlco a seiuo of
honor as any. Tho families from
which thoy sprang aro respectable, aud
If one individual commits himself tho
whole class should not bo condemned
for tho salto, or one. Tho army ls a
necessity, and being such, should re
celvo from tho public press all tho en
couragement and commendation which
would Induce tho youth, of our be?t
families to JQln It. Instead it Is attacked
from tnsldo nnd ouLsldu in such n man
ner as to .cause, tho wearer of the uni
form of this country to feel ho is dis
graced; that it is dishonorable to don
his country's livery.
EiiflEsxIi. Hans man,
' .Battery A, Third Artillery.
PROHIBITION, BADLY BEATEN.
ThoTrohlbltlon'amendmcnt In Tonu
fiylvanla was defeated yesterday by a
majority of from 150,000 to JJOO;000,
greater even than tho most sanguine "of
the. liquor men aridclpatod. , Thlladcl
,phid alpno gave 03,ti0,f,rnajorlty' against
tho nmdndment. Tlin 'infnl vntn In
'Philadelphia was lis follows; For Iho'
prpniwioryarooniitncnt, B5,73; against
tho prohibitory nrnendment', 110,023;
lnaionty against, ua,7oo. For tho
.amendment nbollsbfrig pbl-tax, 112,471;
Against (he amendment abolishing poll
' tax, 10,010, majority for, 03.C23. ' Ho
turnsjfrom forty-four out, of tho sixty
seven counties in tho Stato show i 'ma-'
jorlty against jtho .Prohibition amend
ment "of 100,434. Full returns' from
the wholo Stato will probably ralso tlio'
figures' to nearly 20O',OQO. Every-fre'sln
batch of advices from tho State. .showed,
anti-Prohibition gains. In tho agri
cultural regions whero a heavy "dry"
voto was, expected, tho figures havo
fallen far bo'.ow expectation. Allegheny
County aud Pittsburg gives 23,000 for
license and every county in tho anthca
,cllo .region Is overwhelming against
Prohibition, Chairman Pnlmor of th'c
Prohibition Stato pommlttco admitted
lit midnight that tho Prphlbltlon amend
ment has boon defeated by a majority
of at least 80.Q00.
THE POET BOY.
The bright Juuo llghU.wercslilnlng like tho
glad swet tmllo ot God;
Tho white Juuo lilies sparkled In tho fresh
and fragrant sod;
The Kvt'cct June winds wcro winging through
tho Ilowcrful woods nnd fair:
Tho wild June birds wero singing in the
vtvld arc of air;
Never did a mom diviner on tho roseful
Since tho young stars sang together In tho
blue, triumphant skies I
Thero It was, O, poet brother! -Thcro It
was I met thca last,
And I see ea hi the present as I saw tbco
In the past,
Standing iu tbo flush andsplendorpt a pure
Speaking In language tender that was luml-
nant with truth
Speaking In n'languaeo thrlllant. with thine
Iu tbo soft magnolia shadows by thoehlulue
In the glorious procession' of tho gifted
and the bravo,
Of tbo beautiful and loylug, he has filed to
:Dut I kuowhls spirit llvetb, and I know it
, leadeth still.
That a sovereign evangel it will bolp mo to
. Thoufth I strew tho ruo and roses on his
youthful shrine with tears,
Thcro ls this to recompense mo that
through all the rounding years
His shall bo the rest and rapture In tho
vast, victorious spheres I
Tott la-other I Ppet. brother I When (ha
white magnolias bloom,
Or tho wintry veavs aro weeping at' thu
dark door of my tomb,
In tho Country of Contentment may jqy
j, Mead?, and cc-wradM bo,
Through tho bright, supcrpal eyelet, theo,
and sovereign souls, like tlxoa I ' -'
MATTER WORTH READING.
Tho ancient Japanese custom qf
Harl-Karl, ovliappy .Dispatch, has re
ceived Its death blow. For centuries
it has bocu Usual for any exalted Jap
nncso dignitary who may have mor
tally offended Ills sovereign to rccolvo
a polite official Intimation to tho effect
that his suicide will bo pleasing to tho
authorities; aud until recently It has
been the mvnrylil practice for tho of
fender to acquiesce resignedly, nud,
Uftcr summoning his relatives around,
him, to formally disembowel himself.
In their presence. If the culprit hap
pened to bo of exceptionally high rank,
(thc sovereign would, n's a mark, of'
honor, send lilm a jeweled sword with
which to opcrato upon himself. Not,
long ago thO Mikado was griov
lously hurl by the words aud .conduct
of u nigh court official. The man was.
'an old "and very valued sorvantof thot
crOwn, but his crime wns unpardonable.
Next day. therefore, ail officer In-ought,
him the fatal sword, a 'magnificent)
wcapOn, with a blado Inlaid with, gold i
and a, handle iqerusted with diamonds, )
'together with a sympathetic Intimation !
Hiat his early death w'ould be regarded '
as a benefit to the cmplrctn general,
and to tho Mikado In particular., The
cnlplt received tho swordwlth all.prdpcr
respect, hut as.soou as tho omtssary had t
departed (ho wily Jnpaueso In whoso .
mind European habits of thought hall
evidently token firm" root walked down
to tho quayvVcnt on hoard a small
(steamer that was hound for Havre, and
tipon reaching Paris' incontinently sold '
,hls sword, of honor for ,0,000., It Is
.exceedingly unlikely that tho Mikado
will ever aualu, trust one of his subjects
to execute, himself, Still less will His
Majesty bo Inclined to favor exalted
criminals with jeweled ' swords " of
.honor. London! Globe.
Who Got tho Worst of tit 7
There Is a' story told of a ,wll'sknown
South . Brtiqlilyu contractor, says tho.
'Brooklyn 6!t7fe!sWhohas In his employ
nn pld and faithful hand mimed Flynn..
Flynn Is sober, industrious, mid for tho
pastitcn ycarahasneVcr missed a-day'si
work. But a fow mornings' 'dgo hei
jiuii-u iu rujiuib hi, mu yuiu, nun ins
'employer, who Heeded his service's, de
termined to ascertain tho cause of hlsf
absence, .The contractor had a vague
uica mat, uc tenanted ono ot tuc snan
tics" -which nro to bo found botwecnj
Third nnd .Fourth avenuos near Sixth,
street. Accordingly he set out, and'
after a prolonged nnd vain search for
Flyoii accosted a strapping Irish woman
' who stood nt tho door of a particularly
ramshacklo hut. Tho woman showed
signs of rough handling. Her left arm
Was In a wing, both eyeswero black
cued, she had a gash on her. left check,
and her hend was swathed In bandages..
"Madam," said tho cpntractor.'as he
approached her, "can you tell me wliurci
ii man named Flynn lives V
"Then I presume I'm addressing Mrs.
"Hoight yez arc."
as Flynn. sick?"
"Indadc an' ho is. lies terrible'
"What Js tho trouble with him V"
"Well," said tho woman, as silo re
adjusted ono of the bandages on hcr!
head nnd wiped her left eye, "ycz sCp,
FlvnnandOlhnd a throttle av',a.dls-
puio las' noight, nn' nn' he's in bed as.
a resooit, av n.
"And, madam,!' said tho contractor,;
eyeing tho dilapidated countenance of
Mrs. Flynn, "1 imagine, judging by
your appearance, mai you got mo worst
of tho dispute."
. "YviiUU" saiu .sirs, -ii'iynn,, as a
broad 'grin. overspread what was Jeft of
her face, "don't ycz say n wurrud till
yez sec Flynn."
Ho was a 'nlaln. fanner.llke man.
,snys tho New'york.i'iin, and ho was1 in
pnargo or a young nian, with ills ncau
bound up and, otherwise Injured. After
ono of his trips to tho water cooler to
give, his patient-a drink, ono of tho pas
"That young man met with an ac
cident?" "That's exactly what ho met with,
sir, 'gpsh duru him ?"
".Relation o' yours?"
"My, second' oldest boy, Bill. 1,'m
lakingMhim homo to bo nursed up.
Liked to havo had bis empty head
'"Wall, a Joung fellow ,up pur way,
tumbled off a train on this road and,
(broke a leg nnd got 2,000 damages. It
sort o' give our Bill sunthin' to think'
of; and nftovigettlngin good ready ho
starts out to go up to Rochester. What
docs lie daj after 'riding a wnys, but
1 Btick-hls noddlo out of the window, and
purfy. soon.nlong conies'a switch-board
and llattcns his faco;untll.you can ploy'
"marbles on.it. Ho's rriending ,fastbut
no's going. to carry-n.phlz .around with
him whlehtlliscaroA yaller pup outof
"And the pompany refuses to como
"Of courso it docs. Bill went nuln
, iho rulo and regulations, and.h'o's'lcft..
ii no a nnu nis ucau KnocKcu pit i,
might have- got a few hundred on a
.compromise, but as It Is he'll havo to'
grin and1 bear it.. That is, If his grlnnCr
wasn't smashed all to flinders' alongVKli
his nbsc. Hey, JJill, how' ypu feeling
"Purty weak, father."
"Shouldn't-wondor, but Its all right.
Boy of yotir ago, who han't got notliln'
but marslrhay in his head, deserves;
no pity. Jist lay back and talto it easy,
and reflect on whether yon aro going
to hire otit to a dlmo museum or hunt n
cavo in tho hills'."
Whv Sho Wouldn't Stny.
Nowhere do thoy keep abreast of thq
ago as thoy dp in Boston nnd vicinity.
Bays tho Transcript : Tho other day a
lady In ono of our suburban towns;
called at tho offlco of tho Young
Women's Chribtian Association , in
search of a girl to 'do general homo
work. Tills lady is quite famous:
among her acquaintances for the order
nnd tasto shown In her pretty residence,,
nud for her excellent treatment of ser
vants. Sho found a young person well
recommended, ono letter coming from
a prominent tradesman nt tho South
olid. Sho agreed to pay this young
person a liberal salary, and they went
Tea. time camo and tho mistress Intli
mated to tho girl Hint sho might pro
paro (ho mcah But tho girl shrugged
her shoulders negatively.
"I think I'll not stay with yo,
ma'am," sho said,
"Why not, please?"
"Because ycr houso an't lighted by
'Hctrlelly instead of gas!"
Ho Couldn't Toll.
Dr. Plnct, the celebrated doctor
whoso specialty was insanity, was oncd
told, by an Englishman that ho could
detect on Insano man at onco. A few
days later tho Englishman was Invited
to dine nt the asylum, and, aftor dinner,
tho doctor inquired if ho know which
of tho gucst was insane, for ho had in
vited ono or two to tho feast. "Oh,
yes," replied tho Englishman, "the man
who gesticulated and talked loud about
Inventions." "You aro mistaken, my
friend," said tho doctor; "Ufa man ypit
deslgnnto IsITouorodollnlzac, tho colo
WAsnwqTOW Birs Rm-POT Co,. WO Ta.
.W.1Wt U9 IWWfojper.Jeju-,
THE CHUnCH'3 ATTITUDE.
DAiritooitE, Jtmo 10. It is glycu out
from a solirco that has always' been ro-1
gahlCd as very close to Archbishop
ulbbons that tho developments concern-'
Ingthc Clan-unOacl that havo been
broiighlout by tho murder of Dr.Cronln
In Chicago will, wltltouLdclay, receive
tho very serious consideration of tho
highest authorities of tho (Vitliollo
iChurcIiin"lho United Stales. It Is a
matter of tccord that the, Church, as a
Church, ls opposed to secret so
clctlas, Occasionally tho Holy Sco
has considered, It politic to allow .this,
doctrine or principle to, remain Iri nboy-t
ance, as in the case of the Knights of
Labor, who n cOuplo of .yoats ago, as a
result of tho earnest Intercessions of
Cardinal Gibbons nnd other noted ecclo-.
slnstlcs, Including Cardinal Manning of
England, received a prima fnclo recog
nition from 'tho Vatican. Hut everi this
recognition was not promulgated rts ado
croc nnd to-day, Irinoro than Oho otlho
Canadian provinces, Iho order Is duder
thu ban of tho church, nud has for Its
Inveterate opponent no lossh personage
than tho Cardinal, Archbishop Taso
'reau. But tho Irish secret societies' In
this country, however, havo always
occupied, an anomalous position, Tho
Ancient Oijlcr pf .Hibernians, for In
stance, has been tolerated In ono dio
cese nnd discountenanced in nn'other;
'prohibited from attending' lriftssdn rega,
lla'nnd as anonler'in otio cluirch and rcq
,'ognlzcd witlrspcclal services In, another.
In tho caso of tho United .Hrptlicr
hood or'Claii:ua-Gacl, lipwbycr,' whllo
its existence has boon known nnd
passively recognized, thcro is no record Of
nriy opposition being cntertftliicd Wward
it. or of its being dciioiinccd In n'ny
litilplt (f ' nny dloccso in tho 6ounly.
This may Have been dim in part to, Its
.peculiarly scprct character; ,iu part,
perhaps,, to thu fact that moro.than ono
.priest of national and international
'reputation has bocn credited with
having his naiho on ls roll of mem
bership. Bo this as it may, It Is at least
,'a fact that recent 'developments,-'not so
much .directly connected with ' tho
.Cronln tragedy as with Iho cxposd.of
the Buffalo trial, liavo drawii attention
to tho order, and laid tho .groundwork
for serious Inquiry as to whCtliCr tho
pronunclamcnto of tho Church should
uoi uu iiueeicu nguinsi ii. i.o quoto
fho words of the chancellor of one of
tho largost dioceses of tho country ,'who
stands close Id tho Cardinal, aud who.
was summoned to Baltimore Within
a fow days: "Tho Church will)
,awnlt tho developments of Iho civil j
authorities In Its investigation of;
tho Cronln conspiracy before It wlll(
take any action. If it should bo de
veloped that tho Clan-na-Gacl Is In.nnyi
vvny rcsponsiuio lor mis ticpiornoio
affair I havo no doubt but that such
steps will be taken as will warrant tho
order beinir condemned bv'namo'hv nil
tho archbishoDS of tho counlrv. Tho
duty of tho Church Is very plain in tho!
matter, nnu its line ot action is clearly
mantcii out uy mo decrees oi tuc i iiihi
For dealing a pot of flowers from a
gravo a colored, man in, aavanuaii Has
been sent to jhll lor ono year.
When the British Museum is oncned
in tho evenings tho additional cost per
annum .will, it is stated bo 12,000.
While seeking for work from houso
to house nt i.os Angeles, cal.. a dis
carded daughter of a millionaire "tic-!
1 cidcntnllyr discovered her parcnts,v ahd
was welcomed home.
Bay City, Mich., will hnve "a lrfatchj
factory in, operation in two weeks, nnd
it la.expccted 100 boxes of .matches wili
be made' and boxed up every ' second it
The Princess of Wales annearcd at!
. Sftndown races nil in ono color hats.,
boots, gloves, gown, and with, a straight,
skirt falling without stool pad, puff,,
.lumo or iuruciQW to tier met.
Thcro. Is a plan on foot to erect. In
New York a great mausoleum' Capable,
oi noming mo remains oi uuaiw peo
ple, , Tho projector's'proposo also to put
tip Blmilnr mausoleums iu other clyes.,
A widfi-awakc StccUongrocor.offorod
thirteen pounds. of while sugar for $1,
A rival, hearing that sugarliad gono up,,
bought-140 pounds of tho.wldc-nwakes'
sugar by proxy. A coolness' has re--suited.
Tho next competitor for Atlantic
honors will Co'infa frym France. It will
be' En Tpuralno of ll.OOO-hirgo 'power'
. lnslcd'of 17,000, the figure of the other
Shorthand tExpcrt .Button of tho
Parncll Commission doelnfosrthat ;!!00:
woids a mlnuto wcto often 'uttcrfcd by
mission. Ono rattled ' bit ,2,40, Jn ,a'
.straight streak, .The average of thtf,
"rapid" speaker is 180.
Tlio Order of Railway Conductors
has decided to bujld a national' home",
somewhere in Iowa, tho prize going to
tho town' offering' tho'best Inducements.:
Davenport, Burlington, Sioux City,'
Clinton, Council Bluffs nnd Crc'slonW
candidates.' The cdiflco is to ,6ost
An Odd lustanco of Alfetlon.
Tho .maternal affection of a cow Is.
sometimes wonderful, Mr. John Wnw
rc;i Jias a cow whoso calf is somo two!
months old, nud a few days ago the
calf.was taken from her", Tho cow
Slued, and. sorrowed jis slnpercly as, liny'
(spoiled mother cpuld, and flhaHy not.
being nblotp over see her calf 'Sho,
lavished tho wealth Of her' inolherly
nffcctlon on a full-grown hog., Mr.
AVarren says that tjio hog likes It and
fpllOWs tho cow .about &s devotedly lis ar
Calf would, and that tho cow Is equally:
attached to tlio hog. Thoy aro together!
constantly and tho hog has completely
replaced her calf in tho old cow's affec
tions. The Mx, o'Olock Club.
Tho 8lx o'clock Club will dlno at Mar
shall Hall Friday, nt U i. m. Tho Corcoran
will leave foot of Seventh strcot at 6 p. in,,
Wt'J ,WfcUiU UV AV I. ill. viircf uh;iuuiu
dluuer, li Tho question to bo contents
plated lsi "Aro wo better tharl' our great
grandfathers?" ' .
Tttrt Cliirf Itrar:- f'-f lvo i--n- vrllrns :ito
rf,f, i'MOrt' .".1 ni 'i 'Hi' '1 (n ' '!""
tlu.i tii nu liw ict ,'' ' ri' ' a1
'II . i , ttni' for. .' 1 . - li won
P.wtt Wins",; : 'r'.A
:f v r ,iiai t bi tuiT,4l(i'r bKioH'jiarlncr.
1 't fcctii(uli, nil Ilaiuon, Pr.-'tula, tie.
lirtJJV? eplYtf ft X. ftvfl '.' Writ, Mini,
1 yc'sT-inu.OT's 'OAilEi.
Wasirton I'hlla. WewY'rk lioston
nl at at nt
Ihd'p'lli. Cliioggo Clevel'il.- rituimrg
I'hlla. Brooklyn I
. IIOW TJ1S C UBS flTASD.. . ,
.w. i.. r. w. u r.,
IloMoil.....,v.t) 10 iflt St. tdnis SI 10..CXO
(:iovcland..:s8 IS .030 Athlotlo 31 10 .ouo
rhllndclp'a.'il 17 M- llrook)rn..,.20 19 .001
New york..si!.ia .670 llaltmorc...,S7 si M.V
l;h!cnrco 1921 Mi Cincinnati... 121.23 o
l'ittburir...I7.2l .41S Kansas Cltv.ttl W.AH
ImllanapMlsK 2 joof Columbus. ..18 37 ,4u)i
WashlnRton It 86 ,W7 1 honlvlllo,... 8 41 .130!
Haceland wins tho Suburban, Thirty
thousand saw tho race. Tlio flag fell
and away they went, with Gorgo In o
lead, Elkwood, Eurus and Bnugo noxt.
Coming to'tlio stand Volunteer lcttbya
nose, with Gorgo two lengths before
.Eunjs, who was two lengths beforo
Badge, who had Bella 11., .Haceland,
Brian Born nnd Terra Cotta following.
At tho quarter-post Volunteer led by a,
length. .Gorgo ,wns second) a. longth
nud, a half before Bella B with Badge,
Eurus, .Brian .Born, Terra Cotta, and
Going up the, backs! retch Gorgo .went!
40 Iho front nndsOon had a lead of two,
lengths' from Eurus. second. Thon
.came Bolla Bi, .Voluntecn Brian, Born,
Badgo, Terra Cotta, under tlio whip,
and Elkwood. Gorgo led until thoy
were well into thp homestretch, .withi
Haceland next, .on whom Garrison was
As, they entered tho homestretch the
'!8nnppcr" gnzdd right nnd left, and,j
pleased With the survey, kept Haceland1
to his work as. steady as a clock, On
.thoy camCllke a. whirlwind, -Gorgo. still;
iiilbolcaiL Still like a- statue .sntthc:
''Snapper" and as immovablo as. fate.
MNow' watch tho 'Snapper' draw the,
,whlp," said ono'man, as Terra Cotta,
with McLaughlin up, camc.wlthagranql
rush. .Hi did .tint. Willi i pfinfliVrinn1
fjmnd in itself, but almost hcartbrcftkii
ng to his backers, lie mcroly sat. still
nnd' urged his noblo animal tho slightest,
bit. lie scorned to feel that.it was 'all
over hut the shouting, nud so It was,
lAinld the plaudits of 10,000 throatsi
.'Haceland dashed past tho judge's aland
an, easy winner .by a length anda halfj
In 2,00 4-0. Terra Cotta, second, was
half a length bctorc Gorgo, third.
Eurus, Brian Boru, Badge, Elkwood,
Volunlccrand Hello H,, who ran wide
clear out of tho turn In the upper turn
followed as linmed. Elkwood pulled
up very lame. Tho fractional time was
,24 1-fi, .GO, 1-17, 1.4U 2-5, 2.00 4-5.
Tho.winucr's neck was encircled on
his. return to tho weighing "stand with
a gigantic floral horseshoe, on wlilch
tho legend "Suburban" was worked
"Nanon" improves With repetition.
Snlo of scats begins to-morrow for
"Thc,I.acc Handkerchief " nt Albaugh's"
next ,wcck, '
Mr. Lang's topical song in "Nanon"1
is almost as remarkable as 'Louis do
Lange's collar-button monologue In
That Miss Alice. Carle has handsome'
eyes nobody will deny, unless ho is. a;
crankv old cuiiniidtreonwlth no sentl-
ment In his soul;, and, that sho exercises)
iucir uenuiy ioo mucu is quite as evi
dent. Thcro aro, thrco or four right good)
looiting gins in tno pcucstrianistic con
test at Kernnn's,
. The 'phonograph at tho Battle of
.Bull Run Can. out-talk a 'woman. So'
Burlesque and .variety at .tho Qlpbo
every night,, and regular matinees.
Manaccr Kcrnan Will Inaugurate a.
brief season of summer opera nt his'
thcatro next week with .the American
Ideal Opera, Cbmpany, "Th'o'Mlkatlo"'
will bb flfst presented. Tho cast Is a
Mrong cue, led by .that famous' beauty
.and operatic artist, Miss Tunnccllffe,,
The operas -will bo put on In first-class,
style. Popular prlpes.
I'avorlnjr the Votcrnu,
Tho President has Issued an ordor extend
ing' tho tlmo within wbtcli veterans dlS'
missed from tbo tervlco 'of tho'CJoyeraincnt
ruay borchntatcd without civil service oxt
'amlnatlon. Tho limit' under tho old rules
was one year from' the date Of'dlsmlssal.
Under the new rulo this limit Is Increased
to four years.
O'nillEN.'-On Tuesadyi Juno 18,J1880, at 3
o'clock a. m.,'ltoe O'llrlon.
l'uncral from her lato resldonee, 623 6th
street northwest, on ,'f hurailar, Juno uo, at y
o'clock,, ltolutlyes ami friends firolnyltoil.
'8WNDLE. -Suddenly', ori.June 18,'1889, at 1'
a. rn.t nt his tato residence, KM o street north
wost.n. Ii Spindle, In tho' Wth year' of his'
HUMPnUEYS.-On Juno 18, 1880, nt 3:13
,'m..flcorfto.Edmundt Infant' son of Oeorgt
'.uuu.jjciiiua.jiuigi)iireri ukou umoniu3,
hSmflt-al ffrtrrt Ilia "l.ntAnlal uaUnHnn Oi
street northwest, Thursday, SOth Instant, at i
'o'ciovk p.m. ''
. DHOOKS.-'bn June 18, 1880, at 7 o'oloolt.
a.m., Lawrence E. llrooks.'lnf&ntnon of T. II,
anil l. A.Drooks; aged 1 yoar and 0 months.
l'uncral from1 his parents' resldeneo. No.'
1014 llliodo island avonno, on. Thursday. Juno
20, at l o'clock. .Helatlvcs and friends ro
spcotfully Invited toattond.
BrtADLl3Y,On Juno IT, lBttyWIlliara II.
llradley.son.ot Mr.Justico lllradloy. Iu. tho
Funeral on -Thursday, Juno 20, at 3 o'clock
p. m nt Newark, N. J. .
(Huoeessor'to llenry too's-Sons),
332 IENN. AVENUE N. W.,
Branch onice4oa Maryland avo.s. w.
aio renn. avo. n.'wr.. between ild and 4ii sts
"lvVliATiriwwai tw n'irt ivfiLntnn
U WnahlnKtonD.a.JunolO.lHSU. Healed
Iiroposalswlll bereeolvud at tho Dopnrtmont
of tlio Interior until WKDNEHDAY, tholMTU
INSTANT, at 13 O'CLOCK M., for tho croo.,
tlon at tho Oovorumont Hospital for tho
Imano, near this, city, ot nn Infirmary build
ing In accordance with plans nnd niwclflcu
tlonB to bo seen ut tho Hospital, Tho Depart,
inentrceerves the rlulit to waive defecf and
tu reject any aud all bids. Contract will bo
awarded only to roirtitar bulldlnK contractors
or carpentera. JOIIN W. NIlHLli. Beorotaryj
TrtEABUIlY DEPARTMENT. MAY 87,1880.
Koalcd proposals will bo. received at tha
office of the Superintendent for furnlshlnit
supplies for uso of tho Treasury Department,
In tlio city of Washington, 1). U.,' for tho fUcal
year ending Juno, SO, IBW, 1'roposals will bo
opened at id o'clock p. in., on tho following
named days; For removing Aghos, Cleaning
Carpets, Washing Towels and for leo, MON
DAY, June 17, ItmOj for Lumbor, Forage, l'nol
and tho purcliaso of Wnnto Taper, TUEDDAY,
Juno 18, ibHlr for lllo Itoldcm, I'alntcrH- Mu'
terfals and rlumbors' Materials, WKDNes
DAY, Juno 10, I8B0; for Cabinet shop Stook,
TUUIISDAY. Juno Wi, 18tfor Mlsoellanooua
Bupplles, FRIDAY. Juno 81, 1S80. lrlntod
sohedulus contiilnhm Instructions to bldderi
maybohadntthooflloo of tha Siiparldtend'
cnt. TlioJlepurtmont reserven thu right to
reject any and ull bids, or parts of any bid,
nnd to wnlvo defocts.
W. WINDOM. Benretary.
cos D street northwest,
Washington, D, O,
Webster Law Unlldlng,
Itosldeuco, 1818 II street northwost.
RIDER & ADDISON.
Wholesale and ltetall Dealers In
PAPER, BLA11S BOOKS AND STATIONERY,,
aii Klgiitl. St. fi.-1V., oar l'. At e.
Orders br requeats tor on6tattons gtrort
poaifcUentloi;,nl .jutUjfaoUoo euoian-
(GeaTn w ssia m)if
OurMelliotls y old
The best lubricator of the
wheels of trade is public in
dorsement. The public has applauded
our last effort given it the
-best appreciation in their
power to bestow PAT
RONAGE. This is the third
day of tour great .$14 Suit
Sale, arid the rush has been
constant'since the first gun
was fired on Monday morn
ing. You know that from 18
-to $28 we'.rei. giving custom-;
made .garments a tussle
Here we meet tailor-made;
clothing on its own ground
inithis sale at $14.
"there's not a suit in the
lot that has ever been seen
in Washincton before fus'
season. 1 Here's not one.
here but whdt Was made up
ifor .twrstrade this season.
This, couldn't be the state of
affairs if we carried 'stock
along from year to year;
arid we'd have to do that if
iwe didn't resort .toJthis qlear
,tng up metnoci, io ,gi.ve'
you the proper assortment!
and variety .to select from
tore must-carry alarge stock.
Jts impossible to have just
enough suits to bring us
through., I hat's hner cal
culation than has been
reached as yet. So we make
selections that embrace all
the meritorious lines. You
buy from everything that's'
fashion-correct when ,yoU
purchase here. When the
season commences to wane
every monetary considera
tion is waived. That's why
(you can buy $2g, $25, $2,2,
20 and $18 suits the
choice of. any Cheviot or
Cassimere in the houser
now for $14.
It's a sound, sensible rea
son, isn't it?
That's what we think.
300 to 308 Seventh Street,
X portion of Virginia! leo; milk and fruit!
every amusement. Address Mn). B. V.
tFIlLD, UatfwayFauquler County Va. .
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 20 DOAIIDERS
at tlio Do Lander farm, t mllo from
.Uoyd's .station, Mot D, U. nndO. lloalthy
location: largo lawn: splendid spring
water. Private teams cared for. Terms, $80
.month, K. C. lit LANDER. DOyd'd. ?ld.
3inE WAVERLYrllAMILTON, LOUDOUN
L, .County, Ya. Doubla throe-story brick.
iady lawn, abundance of fruits, Ao. For
'particulars apply to Mrs. NICHOLS, 1183 14th
stn w. until July 1.
yATTQNr-THE..OLD FAM0U3 .SUMMER
resort, at Ronnd.lllll, Loudoun County,
Va., Is now open for the season; one-fourth
Tnllorrom station; fine water and shado; two
idally malls, telegraph ahd II very! dancing and
other amusements! a, miles from. Ulna Ridge
Mountains. ' Address MItS. fM. L-WALKKIt.
A TLANTICnOTEL, OCEAN CITY, MD,
OPENS JUNE 25.
l2.BOand,apordaytl5, 817.60 and JiM per
vveek, according, to .location ot roomsi oa
88,00 and 13 per da;
iiacltj W guostsrboatlng, 'gUdnlhg,
ror circulars or cno loo rooms Mdress' Rlggs
House, until Juno 80. C.W; 8P0FF0RD,
... Li ,r .:i.ir:D'. "".. -v.-.---r
r ur.ujryuiurBurcQoioe rooms wiaress1 joi
Proprietor. .Also proprietor Rlgga (Uoase,
WnnhlnCnn II. n '
.. .....B. M , . w.
ORKNEY SPRTNaS AND IIATH.'VA-TIIIS
magnificent property, recently pnrohased
.by the Orkney' Springs Hotel and Improvo
,ment Pompany, will open Juno 15. Added to
roany.new attractions and Improvements Is a
swimming pool-largest In tbo United 'States
vuioikqu ruuuu. yvut&n. ouu unvu, aa OX
ccllent livery, equipment unsurpassed: seven
different mlucral wators, superb climate, es
rievlallv beneficial for mnlarla. AKthmn. pn
tarrh and hay (pver. exhaustion and .depres
sion: capacity. 1,000; grand scenery. Pam
phlets at principal drug Htoros, depots, oto.
F. W. EVANS, Manager.
i '.J. . Rocavitu, Mu ,
Will bo opened, for tho reoeptlon Jif guests
.i uno io. jtowiy Duut anu nowiy lurnisnca
Of tha Clarendon,
Wostinlnstcr Park,-Alexandria Day, N. Y,
"Unquestionably the finest location In tho
1,000 Islands." Harper's Magailno, Septem
Rates $3 to 83 por day, 810 to 817 por woek.
Special rates to families and parties. Send
for illustrated pamphlot.
II. F. INOLEnART, ITop
Gas Retort Stove,
Either With or Without Sldo Boiler,
Holding ten quarts of water.
Gas Stoves With Ovens,
E. F, BROOKS,
531 15th St,, Opp, Treso. Dept,
S. S. SHEDD & BR0
tawn Vases and Settees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
For Summer Cooking,
PLUMBING, TINNING AND FURNACE
WORK DONE PROMlTLY,
432 Ninth St. N. W.
Aro,advlscd to havo tho annual Clean
ing and Impairing of Furnaces and
Stoves dono nt this I Imo, as now wo
etin tend our Most Skillful Mechanics,
and tho work oan bo dono inoro
cheaply and batlsfaotory than In the
Jlayward & Hutchinson,
M EW NATIONAL THEATRE.
BEOlNNINa MONDAY1, JUNK 3-1 .
THE THOMPSON OI'EItiv CO.
MISS JEANNIE WINHTON,
. . MISS IAUIU DELtlNr.
And n powerful east.ln Anber's masterpiece,
Grand Chorus, , Augmented Orchestra.
' Admission 93c.; reserved. 790. and 60c,
Bale opens Thursday morning.
AllUUOIl'8 OHAID Ol'KllA-HOIJsifl
Jivcnlngj at 6:1S. .Matinca Saturday.
.THE XAMOIUT OPJEHA ,CO.
Under tlo direction of Mr. NAT ItOTH.
N K N O N.
Addlo Cora 'Iteed. AU6o Carlo. Mabella
crick, chas. 'Lang, Robert Uroilcrlck and
(IHNEIIAL APMISslON 23c.
Itcscrvcd scats 60 nnd 750.
NojttWeckTIIB LACE IIANDKETtCHtEF.
X Eleventh street, south .01 raavenuo
SI A tViVXH JKJliUjI!; HAVti.
l,IIOtRS. ALL DAY ANp ALLNIOI1T.
800 Miles Necessary for a Place
60 For" Cent, 'of 'Ontd Receipts to ' Winners.
.Many-Now Facet In
.. THE BEAUTIFUL BUMMER GARDENi
Matinees Monday, Tuesday. 'Thursday' and
G LORE THEATRE.
Grand Opening Summer. Season.
Mntlnccs Moru-'rue.,'rhur. andBatx
Admission. 10,. IN 80, 8;. '
PHONO O-'Ii V.'E.EC
, ,,,- -.1IA.TTLE.0V' MULIHWn
APMIHUION;.!. ..iu. ...1 An C
ELECT EXOURSION-TO BAY IlIDaE.
UEMOlAY MOUNTED COMJIANDERY. No.
,4, K. T-.
On iThursday, Juno SO-, IS8O1
LeavlriB D.AO. doiot. A special train
will Icnvont 8:30 In tho afternoon. Alults
,tlckot It; child's, M.cqnts. .Opod on all reg
ular trains. -1 -Tickets
can bo had of any of tha 'following
oommlttco of k memlicnt or tlm Mmmnnilnn-
F. .,Aloxandori corner 11th and I sts. n. w.;
Auiuurniv. 1M i.uriHirim ml. i w.i. iitvn.
bram Froy, 134.1 Corcoran St.! W.J. Lown,
corner 7th and Maryland hvo.- s.W.: 3. F.
O'Neill, 514 Hth st, B.-C.J II. P. Urcunlnger,
iniEr .Li, anu ihinrvinn.i u.n.. fl..7 - .1 I,-.
1 Trains Icavo II. & O. depot 0,03 a. m.'l.S.'l,
' 2.SO(ipcclal) and 4.85 p. in. ltcturnlng, (cavu-
Hay nidge o.in, 880 and 9.00 (specliil) p.m.
IpiOIITEENTn MOONLIGHT EXCUHSIOJI
J or TIIH
CORCORAN CADET CORPS
TO MARSHALL HALL,
Thursday Evening, Juno 80, J689.
.Steamer' W. W. Corcoran leaves Sevcnth
,treot wharf at,6:80 p.m., returning nt USO
p.m. Tifckots 80 cents, for salo bymombers
and at the boat. .
tTANK CLEHK8' EXCURSION TO MAlt-
Postponed to Friday evening. .Juno 81.
Steamers CORCORAN AD 'WAKEFIELD
lcavo Seventh-street .Wharf 0" p. m. sharp.
Tickets. 81. For salo by all banks. '
OH 'THE .CHESAPEAKE.
Tho most coroploto In all Its appointments
of any resort on tbo Chcsapeakqllayor Poto
MUSIC BY THE
-NAVAL ACADEMY BAND.
-FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND, RESTAURANT.
Trains, leave .B. & O. -Depot, Washington.
Wf.ck darn, 0:03 a. m. and l.iu and 4:35 p.m.
SundaySjD)a,m., IMS and 8:15 p.m.,
Leave Bay ltldga week d ays. 6: 10'anl &30 p .
rn. Sundays, 3:10, 8.00 and v.-oo p.'in...
ROUND -TRIP - - ONEJMLjlR
Tho 0j05 a. m,. week day ( and 9;50 n.;ro, Suu
,day. trains cpnueot at Bay Hideo With steamer
Columbia. ' .
. Passengers'! rom Washington ..holding .Day
Rldgo. excursion .tickets oan takehtrtuamer
,Columla Irom.llay Ridge to Balllmoro ,and
return on iiaymeut ot 10, cents, steamer
leaves Bay ltldgo week days, 11 KM n. m.; Sun
days, liao a.m.; on return trlpArrIve.1 at Day
-Itldge, ,4). wpok;days;4;, Sundays.
(Tickets on sale at,U,& Q. offices, 010 and.
1351 Pennsylvania ayenno, and at depot.
' On Sunday at depot only. '
fpQ NORFOLK AND FORTRESS iMONRqg.
DAILY LINE OFmTtEAMERS.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1683,
.Steamer OXORQE LEAHY Will lcavo Seventh
stj-oot wharf on Mondays, JVodnesdays andl
Fridays at a p.m.
Steamer LADY. OF THE LAKE ,on Tnes
,dayn,a'hursday and Sundays at S p. m. from
.' LEAHY will stop at Pinoy. Point down and
up; weather permuting, until further notico.
1 No boat for Cornfield Harbor .
Faro, 81,60 each way. .No round trips.
Tloth steamers land at Boston.,wharf 'Nor
folk, and mako close conneetlon.Svlth'Boston
and'Pravldonceand Now York steamers, of
,OId Dominion Lino: connect olso-'wlth.all
otbor.ndl nnd .steamer linos, Soouro room
1 ond tickets on boats. Ifnox ahd Lloyd's
.prlvato residences, .Leary's . telephone, o.
.UAiucna n.il VIICUA uaC)raKU jrora HOICIS anil
qKO.'R. PHILLIPS, Sunt. I,fl. C, Co.
WMi'P. Welch, supt. ps; Co.
STEAMER W. W, CORCORAN
, (Capt. L. L. Blake) leaves. 7th-st. whart,dally
teaylngat 10 a clock a. ra.irotnrnlDg.roaobOT
Wasblpiiton about 3;at)rJjm. Faro rtrund
trlp.91. Including admission to grounds and
Steamer W. W. Corcoran leaves 7th-st.
1 wharf dallyifor Marshall Hall, leaving at 10
wil;AeAgWnf,Wijhlngton'RriOutB:l p, m.
SUNDAYS two trips, leaving at 10:30 a. m.
nnd 8:30 p. m., reaching Washington at S and
7:30 p. m. Fare round-trip, 830.
LEXANDRIA FERRY AND RIVER EX
OURS10N. TwoBnlcon Steamers.' Every hour from C
la MILES 6N THE POTOMAL. FOR.IBo.
Freo Exourslon for Babies. See Schedulo.
'ntnEMBW" STEAMER CfEClLE, TIUT
JL JvllI'aooommodato'SOO looplo, makos
hourly trips to Holtzman's nnd Upporitlvor
lndlnesfrom9a,jn.ttilO,p.TO. Round trip.
35o. ,Alt kinds of pleasuro boats for hire at
tho same wharf. -
J.OS. PA88KNO, 8131 Water St.
H0,U.FS,i,(3,nEAT PAI,LS AND CABIN
JOHN BIlID(IE.-8tcam Paokot'EXCEr
BIOR makes her regular trips on Uanday.
Jlpnday, ycdnosday and Friday, leaving
Illvh st, and Canal, ueorgetnwn. at 8 a, m.
Will oommonoo April si 'Faro, Wo., round
tjV)R 8AI.K-45 ACRES OP LAND-PART
J; In timber on Jlrookvillo road, one-nnar-tcrof
n mllo of Tcnnullytovn, ndJohilng
Renoi high and healthy! never falling spring
controof prcmlsps, JjyWM. 1111111', Ton"
ually town, P.O.
170R SALE-SIX ACRES' OF LAND IM
'proved by six-room dwelling! fruit and
,weH watered: in Tcunallytown, D, C. By
TO, B1HTT. 'ronnnllytown. D? (j. ' '
T70RRAI.E-A VALUABLE FAnJI INST.
J; Mary s County, Md on ,p(ftftmao River,
ppposltolllacklstono's Island. For particu'
ars and terms Apply to. L.4. WILMIJH, At'
torney. Port Tobacco, Md.
Willi virx BTUEKTS, AVENUES AND
FOR SALE-Tho bentitlfullysltuatod traot
of land ca led "South llrookland" having
beon subdivided In uoeordanoo with tho plan
0 Iho city, with streets w feet and avenues
180 feet wldo. Is now .plaoedon tlio 'market.
Jt Is on the llnp of , tho Metropolitan It. It.,
houtli of and adjoining llrookland. about ono
mile north 6f tho city, nnd but a short Uls
taneo from tho elootrlo oars, aud near tho
University. Only ten nilnutos' drlvo to tho
city by Central avenue, all of whloh. makes 1c
very doilrablo, nnd property which will rap
Idly Increase In value. For tha presout lota
will bo Bold nt the low prlcoof from 8 to W
cents on easy terms. For plats, oto., apply to
WM. 0. DENI60N, IfiTIFst, n, W.,
REDFORD W. WALKER. 1000 Fst.n. w. .
J, L, WlLLSTT.
Vriunnt nvv, Bilil Lot- 11. w.
Cholca Orooerlos, Meats and provisions,
rustiest Uaods at the lowest Trloes.
tMuftUUlg vlllTW4 Ireo,