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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING JULY 2, 1889.
WADrilKQlTON OIHTIO CODiPArJ Y
HALLET KlLbOURN, PntsiDiNt.
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TI1B WASHINGTON CRITIC,
Washington. D. C.
WASHINGTON, JULY 2, 1880.
-The Cabinet meets' on Tuesdays aud FrI-
abjs at 12.H0 1. in.
Senators anil Representatives in Concross
will bo received by tlio l'rcsldcnt everyday,
except Mondays, from 11 until 12.
Tcrronj not membura of Congress having
buslnfcss with tbo President will bo received
from 12" to 12.30 on Wednesdays, Tbursdnys
,Tboeo who bavo no business, but call
rntrely to pay their respects, will bo re
ceived by tiio President in tbo East Room
at 1 p. in. on Mondays, Wednesdays' and
Btcrctarics Blaine, Proctor' and Tracy
liaf o issued tlio following order for tho re
ception of visitors:
Reception of Senators and Representa
tives In Congress from 10 to 13 o'clock,
Reception of all persons not connected
Tilth the Departments, at 12 o'clock, except
Tuesdays and Fridays, which aro Cabinet
Cays', and Thursdays In tho Department of
State, when the members of tho Diplo
matic Corps oro oxcluslvoly received.
Tenons win not be admitted to tho build
ing after 2 o'clock each day, unless by card,
which will bo sent by tlio captain of tbo
watch to tbo chief clerk or to tho boad Of
the bUrenu for which tbo visit Is Intended.
This ruTo will hot apply to Senators, Hop-,
rteentatlvee or heads of Executive Depart
ments, "The Secretary of tbo Treasury receives
Senators and Representatives from 10 to
. 11.30. a. m , and other persons from 11:30
until 1 p. m., except Tuosdaysand Fridays,
Ttie Postmaster-Genera receives persons
having business With htm from 10 a. m.
Until 1 p, in. except on Tuesdays and
Trldays, Cabinet days.
.Personal calls upou tho Secretary of tho
interior must bo made between 10 a. m.
and 12 o'clock noon,
Tho New York Tribune nssallsHlie
flannel shirt. This Is the worst blunder
In the Tribune's editorial courso for
years. It la but an invltatlonto ilcfcnl.
Tho flannel shirt U too much or any
newspaper In tho country.
The Tiibwie'i course is tho moro ab
surd in that It docs not even talte facts
fpr its premises. It declares that tho
flnnnd blijrt gives a gentleman tho ap
pearance" of S ruffian, and that thd collar
w tickles at tho nook. Tho Tribune's Idea
of what constitutes n rude nppcaraticu
Is1 n, trifle crude; Its knowledge of tho
collars of Annuel shirts evidently
limited. Tho flannel shirt, In tho
artist's eye, is far more beautiful than
tlio ctrtments of linen the Tribune
recommends, and a co'.r rightly cut,
and of tho propcrsort of flannel, will
nol tickle even the tender neck of tho
temlercst and nicest young mnn on tho
Is Mr. Howells editing tho Tribune
now? What Is tbo matter? Was a
rnlstako made In sending Mr. Held on a
mission? Something a wrong when a
great dally newspapor assails tho phono
graph, or Faith, Hdpo and Charity, or
lovely woman, or tho flannel shirt.
There Is something droll In tho Idea
that Major Lydeckcr resents tlio order
transferring him to Vancouver1 Uot"
mcks, la "Washington Territory. Ho
may cosigrutulnto himself that ho Is In
the army at all, Tho sentenco of tbo
court-mnrtial which tried him was abi
surd; has brought courts martial Into dis
repute tlnoilgliout tho country and
aroused such a public Suspicion regard
ing tlidu.vmllty of their verdicts that Con
gress may bo called upon to provldo a
substitute for them at least In times of
Millions of dollars were squandered
In u public work entrusted to tho En
gineer Corps of tho army, A couri
martial trying thd olllcor directly Impli
cated returned a farcical verdict. This
officer, oven now, objects, li Is said, to
an assignment a long way from tho Cap
ital, That Is tbo history of tho caso so
far, Tho end of that caso Is not yet.
It will becomo famous for its ultlmato
effect on legislation.
TDK MAN ntOJt OKItSlANY.
What Ib tho effect of Qcrmnn air on
a man ? Docs It promoto his vigor to
any extent ? In other words, were an
American citizen of mlddlo ago to go to
Girntany and pass threo or four years
there engaged In somo light occupa
tion, would ho upon returning to tho
"United Btntcs-exhlblt the vim which
comes from recuperation ? "Would ho
Nbc full of resolution and ambition and
grfrond possessed with a deslro to settle
old scores ? What has been tho averago
experience of Arriorlcans In this re
Tho nbovo query lin a deop slgnlfl
caneo jnst at this tlmo, becauso theio Is
nliout to. return from Germany a per
eOnago known sometimes as Hon, Q,
JI, Pendleton, sometimes as "Gentlo
imin George" and who has In Ohio
about as big n scoro to Settle as men
ever have upon their hands. IIo Iff tho
wan who was tho. undoubted choice Pf
tlicOMo Democracy for United States
Senator and who would liaVd occupied
the clialr Insfcnd of I'ayno had tUcro
been no money takn to Columbus.
Docs Gentleman George com o uncle with
n good memory and a knife?
Whatever Mr. l'endlcton may do In
Ohio In tho way of balancing nccounts
Is likely to bo Indorsed by tlio country
nt large. Ills defeat and tho manner of
It was ono of tho shameful things In tho
history of American politics. It appears
now likely that Ohio's naxt Senator will
bo n llcpubllcnn; but If It should
promise to bo n Dciriocrnt. Mr, l'cndlo
ton will bo welcomed in tho Held,
There aro fcomo scores which all good
men of all parlies like to sco balanced,
Tun hbiTOii of tub" BufLilo Express
calls It "maudlin sentimentality" to oppose
tbo hanging of women. Wo will wager a
bat that tlio J'xprtss man would let bis
mother carry a scuttlo full of coal up stairs
or keep Ids scat In a street car with a
woman holding on to tbo Btraps In front of
him, Ilowovcr, it Is n man's misfortune
not bis fault that be is so afiilctcd.
Tun sonimns which bavo been an
nexed to Chicago for census purposos for
1800 show a Republican majority of CO.OOd
IS this n 8ontbern otilfaco, or Isn't ll ?
Tim Cincinnati ffonimercM-Qasettt of
fers $3.50 each for any ami all antl-Forakcr
protests which may bo found to havo ap
peared In Its columns. Tho C.-O. Is not
ono" of thoso who "flfc-th protest too milch."
TnE C'ommerclnUai:ettc of Cincinnati
editorially refers to "the Wide circulation
and popularity of tho C.-(7, In tho 8outb."
Evidently Editor Ilalstcad Is away Worn
hbmc. . iJ
The Fiiesident and his wlfo will spond
tbo Fourth with Editor Brown of tho
Imtrpcndait at "Woodstock, Conn, Again
It Is an editor I
Skvzn "Yeahs ago to-day Gulteaii fired
tho shot that killed n l'rcsldcnt and changed
the leadership of a party.
All Tins country need to bavo a powers
ful navy was war-ships, nrid we" ftro getting
TO the flOur mill mau Tho mill will
never grind with tbo water that Is paste
Now do the excurters, with their Kodl
aks, excurt themselves to tho Adrlon
dicks. Major Stofer and Colonel Durham were
walking up tho Avenue,
"I wonder," said .tbo Colonel, reflec
ttvely, as he noted one ot thonewly-palntcd,
letter-boxes, "1 wonder what Is the-object
of these red letter-boxes?"
"Well," replied tho Jfajor, with quiet
dignity, "I presume their object Is to bold
the letters that aro placed in them."
A large wad ot silenco felt upon tho
Colonel at this juncture, and ho was" not
removed from tho dobrls until & late hour.
Middle-aged Man (rcinlutscentlally):
Ab; madam, I knew your son. IIo was my
Old Lady (throwing up her hands):
Well, goodness Bakes, man, you needn't
swear about It, ,
Tho man who gets licked in tho 8ulllvan
Kllraln fight will ho adopted by tho Wash
ington Unsouall Club for a mascot.
We do not vouch for this one, sent hi
from a fashionable bolrdlng-honse:
THE LAUT On TUB TIOEIt.
Frank Stockton1 wroto a story
Of beauty and tho beast,
And ended without telling
Which ono nipped up tbo feast.
Ills "bright romauco was" written.
Of lands far, far away;
While mlno at homo Is written,
A story of to-day.
My hero poured a romance
Into tho lady's cur,
And she for board did trust him
For something" like a year,
IIo cot three hundred dollars
Of soldiers' pension claim
And quicker than greased lightning
IIo sought a faro game.
If he had won 116 would havo paid;
But, then, I'vo sold enough:
Ibo lady sever got a cent,
Tho "tiger" took tho staff.
TmeCiutio extends its thanks to the
rress Commlttco of tho Halifax BUramor
Carnival for an invitation, to that affair on
the Cth-lOth ot August. Wo havo been
told to go to Halifax so often that wo fcol
very much like accepting this bid,
New 1'orjt ilTus the Iliilfre."
(Now York Evening Sun.)
Discouraged In its attempt to capture tbo
baseball pennant, Chicago intends to hood
the League of American cities for popula
tion, or at least to gain second place. At
one fell soop it has added about 160,000
to its inhabitants, through tbo absorption
ot suburban towns, and now claims to stand
next to New Yorli.
It this claim Is sound, dethroned Fblla
delpbia may reflect that tho Western city
has been Its apt pupil, Thoro may bo a few
obscuro towns loft lu Eastern 1'ennsylvanla
that havo escaped tbo clutch ot Philadel
phia; but, if so, they aro too small aud poor
to bo worth stealing. Boston, also, has
given tho West somo instruction In tho art
of appropriating tho subuibs. And occa
sionally wo reach out a little ourselves.
-To heed Chicago's loud talk ono might
think that that city now expected to climb
past New York as well as tho big vlllago on
the Delaware. But wo fancy wo can hold
our own. If it comes to crowth by swal
lowing suburbs, we warn Chicago that wo
can at one gulp take lu half a dozed tid
bits In that lino by which wo can doiiblo
our presont siie.
December mid I'asslblo.
Old Mr, Moneybags (after tbo proposal)
You neither say "yes" or "no." Toll me,
may I not hopo
Miss Violet (undoclded(-Woll-er-Do
not ask me for an answer td-nlght, but lot
it go Just now as a caso of December and
and may ,
(Drako's Magazine )
Office Boy (offering a silver dollar to the
editor): I found this laying In tho hall, sir,
Great Editor (whoso forto Is grammar):
Then why did jou not bring in the egg?
All, Thorn, Slieparrioffrkl.
(Now York Herald.)
Tho JfnWcA iVjirwoiifcA has madeltch
arrangeroenteky to havlch orlgnalskl iet-
tcrsko froraltch 1'ctcr and I'aul, Tomsk,
Omsk and Snionsk.
The OIIIco Aboll.lie.l,
Ever since the beginning of Secretary
Tracy's terra of office bo has been deluged
with applications from Maryland Republi
cans for appointment as superintendent ot
construction of tho now oidnance shop at
the Washington Navy-Yard to succeed J,
W. I'ugslcy nt JJOperAay, Work on tbo
shop is nearly completed, with the excep
tion of putting in ibo unchlnory, which U
being dono under the upeilutciidance of a
navuf Officer. &hd so tho Secretary disnOHed
of the whole inatfer to-day by dropping Mr.
THB TOWN'S l'HOTOOrtAPH.
"It will bo months before wo recover
from thu effects of tho flood," said
Superintendent Smith of tho Ilotanlenl
Gnrdcns to day. "and Ibo dnmago could
bnnlly bo estimated In dollars and
tents A great deal of tho damage has
only begun to show Itdclf In tho yellow
leaves and sickly appcaranco of tho
larger plants. 'I hoy did not seem to
stand it as well as tho smaller shrubs.
Nearly all of thoso survived thc-lnunda-lion,
but not without Injuries that will
bo evident for many a day. It Ycally
did moro damage than tho cyclone, for
It got down to tlio roots.whllo tho grcnt
windstotm simply twisted off a lot of
blanches and blow a few fcosh from tho
Kiccn-houscs up in tbo trco tops. It
hint the palms moro than anything else;,
but tho Hood didn't reach them, for
they, as yon sec, ntO In boxes located
Bofaio dlstnuo nbovd tho ground. Yps,
an annual visitation like that Of last
mouth would soon put nn end to tho
AVhcngood comes out of wiiataChl'
cagoan would call Nanrcth that hi
St, Louis it should bo mentlonod, and
SI. Louts lias sent out sonlo pretty good
men Into tkcGoycrnmentservIco lately.
A dispatch from Oklahoma boars tho
latest testimony to, this effect. It fliys
that every town thus far established In
Oklnhomn has within its limits a "Me
Urldo avenuo" or "MoDrldo street,'1
named In honor of Inspctor Cornelius
MoBrldoof the Interior Department.
The new town of Alfred) however, has
"seen tho others nnd gono them one
bolter" by naming nn avenuo after Mr.
McUrfdc, and then sending htui a deed
to a cbolco lot In tho business portion
of the town, Mr. Mclirldo has returned
tho deed to' tho town company with n
letter of thanks for tho compliment,
IIo made blmsolf Very popular In tho
Territory by his Btrnlghtfprwnrdncss
and keennoss nnd good judgment.
WAS DR. M'INERNY MURDERED?
The Stranco Dlsnpponrnnco of n l'rdml
ncnt Clan-mi.flAOl Mnn
Tho Nuw York Ha aid yesterday
morning devoted two columns to an
article concerning tho mysterious ills'
appearance nnd continued absinco from
New York of Dr. John Mclncfny1, n
prominent Clan-na-Oael nlan, who has
not been" seen nor heard from since
April 10 last. Dr. Mclnerny was ono
of (ho four persons said to have bden
doomed to death by the Inner Circle of
the Clan tho other threo being1 Dr.
Cronln, Dr. McCahey of Philadelphia,
and John Devoy.
According to tho Hirald, Dr, Mc
lnerny left Now York aboirt April 19,
tho supposition being that be Started
for Omahni from which city lid llnd re
ceived a telegram cori talnlng an offc of
n position there. Slnco that tlmo noth
ing has been heard from him, nnd lu
qmrV at Omaha falls to tavcal any trnco
of him, nor nro his friends nblo to llnd
any onp there whd know of any posi
tion linvlng' been bilercd tho Doctor,
Tho Jit) aid thinks the telegram may
liavo been a decoy for tho ptirposo of
getting tho Doctor to Omaha or
Chicago, where, possibly; arrangements
bad been tnado to "puthitn away"by tho!
same means as wcrd used In getting "rid
of Dr. Cionln. If Dr. Mclncrncy went,
tO Chicago he probably arrived thcro on'
April 20 or 21. At that time tbo Carl
t.on cottage was In tbo hands of si
men, who. two weeks later, murdered1
Dr. Cronln. Tho UeraU ftrgncs that It
would have been ah easy rdattdr to havo
bomd of Molncrny's pretended friends
luro him to tho lonely cottage, where'
thd consplratois could Jiavo murdered
blm and disposed of his body without
detection. TheftmWIs v6ryposltlvo
In ail its statements in connection with
the Case and seems to acreptithO thcOry
of munltrf ns thu only icorrew explana
tion of Dr. Molncrny's -absence and si
lence. Omaha, NEii.f July 2. Referring to
ft New York dispatch, in which it was
intimated thnt Dr. Mclnerny, a secret
agent of thu Clan-na-Gael, bad been
lured West from Brooklyn by a tole-
grnm and then murdered, either in
ihicago or Omaha, Tlibmas Brcnnan 6f
this city, ox-Becietnrv of thO Land
League, said that bo hud not met Mc
lnerny moro than once, and tlirtt was
eight years ngoi So far as hd know hb
telegram of the "kind mentioned' hall
been sent from Omaha. Another gentle-'
man, who requested that his name
should bo-suppressed, said that lie bad
known M6Inothy from boynood. IIo
had heard several weeks ago of the
Doctor's disappearance The announce
ment was convoyed to blm through a
letter from a'frfend In New York. As
to whether it telegram of tho kind men
tioned had bden sent from Omaha tho
Chicago, July 2,i-Tho Chlcaeo po
llco nro not OnOoiirtigcd over tho" pros
pect that tlioy will havo td tako In iirind
another great "removal" rnvstcrV.
Chief Hubbard said last night: "Of
courso wo oro bound to looik Into tho
MOInorny story, but so far1 wo havo1
nothing that would lead us to bollevo
that tho man was killed here. Wo haVo
'carefully examined thd Nixon street
'cottage, and there Is not a slnglo thing
to show that any minder wasi
'ovor committed thoro. That Is as far
as wo havo gone In thd caso so far, but
I guess wo can find tho Murphys If wo
want thorn,'' State's Attorney LOngo
nockcr and Chief Hubbard held a con.
sulfation last evening nnd talked nbout
tho Mclnerny story, Tlio thlhg Is gen.
oiully looked upon as a ''fako'' in po
lice circles, at least that part of tiio
story which brings in Chicago as tho
placo of Dr, Mclnerny's supposed
Detboit, Mich., July 2, Luko
Dillon wns eeon by a roportor Just nsho
was leaving for Philadelphia Into last
night. Heforrlng to tho San Krnnclsco
Chioniele's story regarding tho man
Walsh, Mr. Dillon said: "Tlio man
Walfch has no tonnoctlon with thO caso
whatever. IIo does not bolong to the
Clan na-Gaol and hasnOtfor four years.
IIo is not a personal friend of mlno.
I uoVcr saw him but a few times and
that was In Philadelphia two or moro
yonrs ago. IIo is not Simonds, I am"
positive." Whon asked regarding tho
alleged dlsappearauco of Mclnerny
from Now York Mr. Dillon remarked:
"I hardly know" what to think about
that story, nnd yet it seems ho has
gono from TJew York rftthor mys
teriously. I wroto him an Important
letter two months ago and never re
ceived a reply. I understood at that
tlmo that a lltjlo beforo that ho oxpected
to go to Omaha. I cannot understand
why any Ono would wish to compass his
sudden taking off. IIo was n mild
mannered nnd pcacoablo gcntlemun,
not ol nn investigating turn of mind,
and not nt nil likely to Do concerned In
looking tin tho ilnuncial affairs of tho
Clan-na-Gaclf as was Dr, Cronln."
The Firoa In June,
Tho report of Chief l'ariis of the Flro De
partment for the month pf June has beeq
sent to the Commissioners. During the
month there were six alarms of flro, being a
decrease of two from tbo preceding mouth
and a decrcaso of eoven from tbo corre
sponding month of last year, Tbo losses
by lire during tho month were $3,130, in
Atlantlo City, Cupe May or Sou Isle
Yot can take your cholco for iffl f or the,
entire ronud trip by tbo 1'ennsylvanla
llallroad, Tickets valid for use ou tho 11
a, in, tralu every Friday frpm B. &, F, sta
tion, imd good to return until aud in
cluding the following Tuesday, Bco advertisement.
THE SPORTING WORLD.
W ash., a Boston, V N. V., 5 I'hlla. 6
at at . at at
ClT'l'd., 8 Clilo'go 1 iM'p'lls (1 ritts'g. a
louls'lc,tf Clncln'1,3 I llaln i
at nt nt
ft. 1,'ls, 8 Kan.Cys Brooklyn,
OAMtS TO DAT.
VwiMi'n Uoston I'lilln. Now York
at at nt , . .,nt ,
ClOT'laml. I Chicago, nttsburg. Itnd'qp'lls.
now tub ci
Boston M tl ,700
Oluvelando.33 SO .08ft
Now ork..SD 80 ,BW
PlilladcIii'ft.W 20 .509
ChlcoKo....liM 30 ,441
InUlnnnpMIsSl 30 .411
Washington 13 83 .71
W. U T,
ft, Louis 43 19 Mi
llall!moro....8.1 85 ,Mi)
Cincinnati. Dl C3 (US
Kansus Clty.ua Si 4is
Columbus .. SI 83 .397
Louisville.... 10 62 .mi
Pierre Lorlllard lias returned to the
turf again aftor an absence of four
j ears. IIo is now cngngad In galhoring
a stable for the antumn events.
Spotting Editor Otitic: Washington
broke tho record and wort two games'
Inst week. Something had to bo dono
10 prevent n repetition 01 it, so Jivcrs
wns noid. If the club will persist Iri
winning moro than one gnmo ft week
why'Wo will havo to release somo moro
J, P. D.
Atrfmtfcttng Of tho Elkw&Od Base
ball Chlb last evening the folldwln of
fleets word elected! J. Gcorgo KTrby.
mcsldcnt: E. G. 'Clark, Secretary! J.
llawllns, treasurer) It. Hyatt, captain,
All clubs whoso plajrers nro under tho
age of 18 dan nddicsa their clfallcngo to
K. 0. Clark, G07 II street northwest.
Mylis left Ctdvolahd for Plttslnirg
on" Sunday and will there Join thd FhlF
adclphias. Captain Morrill look his
placo, at Second base temporarily', and
Ciltncywas put at first. A dispatch
from Pittsburg Bays that Myors bas
fulled tocomo to terms' wlthWrlglitl
nnd that there Is a prospect of his fall
ing to do so, as" they aio not the host of
Tlio nogotiatidns with McCoy, tjio
heaviest biltsmah of thO Southern"
League, which havo been going on for,
ROftin limn. llnVn nhtrrt Iwnn rrtrrtiilntpd.
though they piobably will bo in ft U
UitV. Al eCUUlUU IIU Will piUJ HaUUU
"Ted" Bullivani nt ono tlmo mana
ger of thd Wnshlngtons, arrived in New
York from EurOnd yesterday. IIo is
dxpcdlcd lil this City to-morrOw.
Thd event of tho day at tho Washing
ton Park races yestculay was" thd run
ning of Tom Hood, who won tho thredi
quarters In 1:1111,
Twenty business men of Louisville
have formed n syndlcalo and will buy
tho club from Davidson. They con-i
trilratdd $500 each and will havo $35,000
In tho treasury as n starter.
Tho averages ot thd New York llet-
rtiaup to Juno i;o show Washington
attain nt tho foot in btiltlnc. two nolfits
below Pittsburg nnd ono point bcldw
New York and Chicago in fielding.1
irouiucrs sun icnus ine sniggers, wim,
four Indianapolis players, Whitney,'
Denny, Dally and Glasscock noxt in
order. , Tlio Hoosiers havo seven men
in tho first twenty averages, Now York,
four: Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg,
nnd Washington three each; Cleveland,
two, nnd Chicago, ono. -
Tho Washington players stand ns
follows, tlio first column of figures!
snowing 111s rnnicin iieaguo oatling
19. Hoy 1.8OI
0. Haddock 800
37. Mack 2C0
80. Irwin 204
14. Daly 250
40. Hcaly 218
f3. BWecnyi .221
7B. Morrill 188
29, Keofo n..81
AK 1IFI.-T . fil
I 1 Dhnnl. OOtV
03 J Carney.!."!.'.' .';5si
01. person .,.,.. ..U3(
ALiurjoit's "TimrE riLALir cloakb."
Bucnlossi's tuneful and, grotty opera,
"Threo Black Cloaks," by tho Lament
Opera Company, drew a good house nt
Albniigh's last night, and,. In lino with
tbo summer rccortfof this company, Jt
wna presented In n most satlsfacto1
manner solos, concerted numbers.
choruses nnd ensembles. 'Tho duet.
numbers or Miss Heed (Cirwaj-nnd Sir.
Pruetto (Don Luis) were especially note
worthy, and wcro enthusiastically en
COfcd. "Miss Baker's Queen Isabel was
handsomely dono, nnd her' solo Id tho,
last act brought her all tho aDnlausa sho
wanted and sho novcr looked bettor in)
her life. fllr. Lang's King Philip was1
well sung and very- well nctedj in fact,
Mr. Lang Is nn ideal Kingly krushcr.
Mr. Brodcrlck's Von Jose Was very
funny, Mr. Allon's Dromez gavo him,
opportunity to sing nnd to play, and ho
did his work with "neatness and diss-.
patch" and caueht on wclh Tho
compdy part of Uib opora was bronghti
out, inuiviauaiiy nnti conccitvciy, in tho
most commendnblOnianner. Tho chorus
docs not havo tttltO as much to do as in
other operas, but it is always tlicro and
ready to render elegant and artistic
sorvico, backed by an orchestra that
knows its business. Tho absenco of
Miss Allco Carlo from the cast was at
disappointment, out tiio facr that slid is
resting up to appear next wcok in bpttdr'
lorm man cycr is recompense tor tho
loss. "Threo Black CIpaks" every)
The tlmo slinncd
enough for thoso who wcro in nttemf.
auco at tho pciformanco Of "Tho Mas
cot" last night nt thb National Theatre
Tho performance has much to recom
mend it, and luv low of tho modcrata
charges for admission, tho faults shodld
bo nlfowcd to pass without oxtendod
comment. JIlss Jennnio Winston was,
as usual, thoroughly ugrcenhlo to tho
audience, nnd ns Ptppo displayed her
usual capabilities in thd lino of maio
Impersonation. Miss Blanche Chapman
as lhttina sang and nctcd'ln a very
crcdltnblo manner. Notwithstanding
tho evident disposition to make Miss
Winston tho conspicuous flguro of tho
cast, Miss Chapman succeeded lu glvjug
tho part of Jtetttna Its original promi
nence Mr. Prank David went nt tlio
comedy rolo of Zorenio hammer and
tongs, and suceocded in knocking a
good deal of rough and tumble! fun out
of It. William Wolff as lloeeo did somo
very good work. Tlio yellow clarionet
and tho dog wore among tho most nota
bio features of the pciformanco. Tile
chorus, whilo not overflowing with
animation, did its" wdrk promptly, and,
fot the roost part, with precision, Tlio
work of tho orchestra was praiseworthy,
and, lu fact, rather above tlio slaudaid
that was maintained behind tho foot
lights. "Tho MaSeot" will remain tlio
attraction throughout tho wcok.
Taw Kates to Door I'nrli.
In order to accommodate thoso desiring
to spend Sunday In tbo mountains, tho II,
& p. 1!. 11. Co. will sell oxcurslon tickets
from Washington to Deer l'urk, Mountain
l.alio l'ark and Oakland at the rato of $5
to cither resort, The tickets will bo sold
for tho ptslit train Fridays, all trains Sat
urdays ami Sundays, and will ho valid for
return until and including tho .Monday fol
lowing. Hpeclnl Kxcurslau Tickets
NEW OIII.EANS AND 11CTUUN
VIEDMOUT A1U I.1NB,
On Thursday, the 4th lustant, tho Pied
mont Air Line will soli round-trip tickets,
Wntblncton to New Orleans and return for
ono taio (i37.B0), for tho round trip; good
jciuriuuK uiiui uiu iiu iiiaipm.
Tickets sold at 1300 Pennsylvania avenuo
and at ticket omeo II. itT. llallroad Sta
tion. Wabhinoton Bays Dbposit Co., B1C To.
ave.f reins sues as low as ?o per year,
Sals and Company's
You're wasting time try
ing to match our $10 Suits.
You can match the quality al
$75 or $iS but the variety
and our price-$io---holds
them all at bay.
Our buyer shipped us four
lots of reinforcements for
this grade, and they didn't
get here a day toe soon. Wei
were needing some addi
tions, and needing tnem
badly. We couldn't have
'added a better line, either.,
Earlier in the seasdn they'd
have rated high as $i
suits; but on the "tail end"
this way, our offer brought
the prize, and now we've
(got 'em under our $io ban
ner, That's the advantage
of having a representative
always in the market. There
is many such a snap, and
we calculate to catch the
It's the very convenient
I thing to have more than one
suit. It relieves the monot
ony to be able to chattge. If.
you search our $to lot you
can very nearly get two for
'the usual cost of one ol equal
quality and as long as we
guarantee them you've no
need 'to puzzle your mind
on that score. Your abund
ant good taste will appre
ciate the really desirable
patternsand the economical
side of your nature will ap
plaud the p'rice $10.
The fabrics are Cheviots
and Cassimeres - light in
Weight With only half linings
in some instances. Either
sack or irock coats and all
' 'rl '
The High QUALITY and
300 to 308 SBvontb-Streef.
II 6T N W. COMFORTABLY FUR
nlshcd roatnt with unit ola,ii table
hoard, to accommodate five gontlemonT S5
XIOTJSZS AXli IlESTAtTl.ANTS,
Comer 15th and I stroets northwest,
Opposlto Moi'horeon Square.
'FOR LADIES AND OENTLEMEN.
THE M08T EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
ArrangemeaU can be mado for
nnoKPTinNH. nrmtRii awh initTnii
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tbo bottle
WASHINOTON, D. O.
O.Q, STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. nanso,
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Eseapes.
TEltMS-13.00 and 11.00 Per Day.
A QUILT AND ELEGANT nOTBL.
T. E. I'.OESSLE,
GILSEX IIOCSE, '
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMES H. lmilSLIN, Proprietor,
OT. JAMKS UOTKL,
SIXTH BTREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
ATI OUNEXH.AT-ZA IF.
8. It. DOWNEY, 825 O n w. Tensions.
503 D streot northwest,
Washington, D, C,
Wobstcr Law Building,
Tlostdenoe, 1218 H street northwest.
Tho Tenuis Tournament,
Tho annual District tennis tournament
begins this afternoon, weuthcr permitting,
on tho courts of the Bachelor Club, at
Seventeenth and I streets. The drawings
havo rcsnlted ns follows:
Singles Preliminary round! Douglas
Dyrenforth vs. J. W, Stearns; O, A. Meuo
cal vs. O. F. Clarkson, Jr.; Wi O, Peter vs.
W. 0. Staurtj Clarence" Hjroes vs, J. Mcjt.
Borden: E, A, B) roes vs. W, II, Chilton;
Oscar Woodward vs. F, It, Parks; Alexan
der Brltton vs. F. it. Laue; J, B. Cllloy vs.
Hugo Ames; Michael Herbert vs. P. 0.
March: L. W, Seely vs. 0.4,. McCawloy; S.
II. Shcibloy vs. 8. T. Davis, jr.; T. l'.llor
den vs. William Hoag; II, II. Cummlng vs.
Frank llutttrworlh: Albert Wlmor vs. T. T.
Chambers. l)jo-ri. I.. Lewis vs, 0. II,
Doubles Preliminary roundi Alexander
Brltton and F. It. Parks vs. William Boor
and Claicnco Byrnes; J. McK, Borden and
partner vs Oscar Woodwurd and partner;
Frank Butterworth and J. II. Cllloy vs. B.
K, Peter and partner. First round Hugo
Armes and Q. II. Barclay vs. L. W. Sooly
aud Frank I.auo; J, V. Wootcu and partner
vs. T. B. Bbrdenand 8". E. Lewis. Byes
W. F, Wllloughby and W. W. Wllloughhy,
IIow In TIi for u Sacrlllce?
Suits that wcro $10 we aro now selling at
$7,45, F.lsomau Bros,, Seventh dud E,
manufacturing clothiers aud tailors.
Washington Bara Deposit Co , 1Q Pa,
avc. Stdrago Department all alioru grOliud,
' ' ' i ' .:
. liimT, "
BMITH.At Saratoga Spring, Now York,
Jnne so Thomas M; fcinltli of Wablngton, D,
a, aged 79 years.
to k Company,
IUNCAN80N DUDS., , .
J, . Anctlftncors.
BALE OK rtlBMO HAY SJAI.8."-omoo
of the Commlsslonors.nistrtof of Colombia,
WftmnBton.Jnly 1.'18. On WKDNKSUAY,
JULY 10, 1880, nttlio locations naraod, tho
Commissioners will offer for silo to tho high
est bidder, (ho exclusive rlnht nnd privi
lege of using the several Dlurlot Hay Hcnles
IromAOfriislI, 1889, to July 31, 1TO, both In
clusive for tho pnrjioso of weighing liny,
ttrnw. fodder, oats In tlio straw nnd llvo
steck at tho following places and tlmo, to
wit! No. I, situated opposite tho poitotflco,
Unlontowm l),0.v nt'lfiN 0'OI.OCK A. Mil
No. S. situated on Otli st. . 0., between lt nt
and (fcorgla avenuo,, nt KI,BVEN O'CLOCK"
A. Sf. No. 8, sltnatod on JOthst. n ,w..JIMr
I oaldana avenuo. nt TWELVE 0'sLbClt St.;
No. 4, situated at cornor (ithst. and Ithodo
Island avenuo, n w., at ONIt O'CLOCK I', M.t
No. ft. situated on Prospect St., between lltirri
nnd Market sts (leargetbwn, I). 0 at TWO
O'CLOCK P. M.: No.fl. situated nt Internee-
tlon of noiindnry nnd lints, n. o..nt HALP
TAHT Tl III Kit O
IKIC O'CLOCK P. M.i No. 7 sit
ties Ptirelmslntf will be roqbtrod to
iiateu at ritii
1, M. lnttl
compir with tlip.proylsions of tho hot ap
proved Juno SO. isflt, entitled an Aetfor tbo
proved Juno ss), 1
Halo 01 liny.
,1. w. nouoLAsg,
t. a. HiNn,
ColnmlssloncrSf I), C,
TTVUNOANSON PK08., Auctioneers.
'oTitiSTBES' BALE OV VAtMflLH ti
I'llOVED AND UNIMPKOVEU ItEAh ES-!
lndcrand by vlrtuo of A decree of the Su
premo court of tho District of Columbia,
pasted July 7 16RS. in cnueo Nd. o,&96nnlty,
vn will sell nt rmhlla auetlnti. In frnnt M Ihrt1
promises, respectively, the following U0-1
scribed pieces or parcels of Und situate and
lying mine i;iiyoi vnsmngion nnu in mo
lllstrlct ot Colnmblftto wlti
On WKDNBSDAY.TIIE lorn DAY OF JULY,
1W9, AT 5 O'CLOCK 1'. M., lot "IP'raMo
Olll's rccotdod subdivision of part of squaro
No. 030, fronting 19 feet 011 L street, between
North Cnpltol end First streets northwest,
and having a depth ot 130 f Cot 71 InohoS. un
improved. The soma day nt 8 JO o'olook P. m.latNO
SO In Davidson 1 subdivision of square No
807, sltuatO lu Naylor's alley, between Ninth,
nnd Tefatti Hnd N And O streets nort hfffit. '
Improved by a two-story brick dwelling, said
lot being SO feet front
ol1 At1lffr llrt.tlrt t A ta.ll'
uj vi ieet ucep, ana
Thosamcday atOo'oloolcp m., part of tot,
No. 89, In squaro Nd. tm, on union strceti bo-'
twoen Four-nnd-n-half and Sixth and M and
N sts toutli"JroBt; said part of lot being 13 foot
rent by 101.11 feet deep, Improvod by a two-'
story framu dwelling.
On THUIIHDAY THE UTII DAY OP JULYi ;
I8S0 AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M . .lots Nos.l.to U,
lnellislvojirt blck so, in "tsherwood," boInB1
thAwhnlnnf saIi! Mnrilc. nAntftlnlntf ilift,iL!
S7,uoo Bquara feet, of rround.uulmpTOvedri
nnd .immediately thereafter, lot No 10, in!
block No. 13, In vlshcmood, said lot oon-l
tnlnlnr about 11,713 sqnarofeot Of Kround,.
and fronting west on Fifteenth streot cast, (
a Short distance from tho Columbia Railroad,
Terms of sale, 0A0 third of thaptifeliaflol
money in oasu, 01 wmon at least joo mm
deposited by tbo purcbasor ou each
chase, at tho tlmo of salo. tho balance In
cqnal paymonts, In ono and two years aftor
uionny 01 enie,
with Intorest at six nor cent.
nprftnnbm. for which thn nrnmlsitnrv nntpa nfl
Ibe purchaser weourod by deed of trust on.
tho premises sold will be roqutred,or allot)
t ho purchaeo money In cash, at tho. option off
the purchaser. ,. 1
Thotcrmof sale must bo dompllod with'
liituiii tuit wnjm iiuui uu iiivv 111 naiu,
A, C( DltADLMY. Trustco,
ENOCH TOTTEN, Trustee.
BOARDINO-IN THE MOST PICTURESO.UE
ixr tlon of Vlralnla: lco. milk nnd fruit:
ovcry nmntcmont. Address Mrs. S. V.;
j.anu.imuwttji jrumMn;i .wuiiy, ,n,
, A CC0MM0DATI0N8 FOR 5 BOARDERS
,A nt tHo Do Under farm. 1 mllo from
luovd'B' station. Mot B. D. nnd 0. Hoattbv
location: largo lawn; splendid spring)
'Water. Prlvato loams oared for. Terms, $M
.month. E. O. Db LANDEII. DOyd's, Md. . ,
A TLANTIO-noTEL, OCEAN CTTY, MD.
OPEN'S JUNE QB.
13 CO nnd $ per day, SIS, $17.60 and 830 per'
week, according to location of rooms; ca-,
pitblty COO guests; boating, gunning, fishing.,
,Por circulars or oholoe rooms address ltlccs'
Heuse until Juno SO. Oi Wj SFOFFOUD,
,1'roprletor, Also proprietor Rlggs House,
'Washington, D, C. . . . . ,
ORIQJEY SPRINGS AND BATH, -YA THIS1
magnificent property, recently purchased I
bvthoOrknev SorfnES Hotel nnd Imnrovo-
ment Company, v. Ill open Juno 15. Added to
many new attractions and Improvements Is a
swimming pool largest In tho United States
enlarged nrvund, walks and drlvo, an ex
cellent livery, equipment Unsurpassed; seven
different mineral waters, superb climate, es
pecially beneficial for malaria, nsthma, ca
tarrh and hay fever, exhaustion and domes
Blonj oapaclty, 1,000; grand scenery. Pam
phlets at principal drug stores, depots, oto.
P. W. EVANS, Manager.
' VV ItorKntu. Mn..
Will bo opened for the reception of guostsi
Juno 15. .Nowly built and newly furnlsbod..
Modern Improvements, oleutrlo bells, gas,,
water. MRS. M. J. colley. I
Of tbe Clarendon,
Westminster Park, Alexandria Day, N, Y,
"Unquestionably the flnost location In the
1,000 Islands." Harper's Magatlno, boptom-
Rates S3 to ts per day, (10 to S17 Per week.'
'cpee uu rutes 10 iamiues ana parties, senu
for Illustrated pamphlet.
H. F. INOLErfART, Prop
JLWXJir TO X.OAN.
ASvertutrntnunnittrtMihtad, four lints or
tut. 25 ctuts for thru itutrtknu; 60 cents for tlx
MONEY TO LOAN.1
In nil kt.tn. lnn.hMt1tt nn tiling if H and ft'
'per cent., on approved real estate seourlty.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE
X thorltod by the United Security Llfo lu
surancu ana Trust company or rniiaue
toadvanco monev on imnrarrod nronci
Washington up to 75 per cent, of aotual niar-
kel value, with nr without Ufa InnnrftnAn..
(LoanB payable In monthly or quarterly ln-i
1 stauments, rnnmng 0, 10, is or xa years, in
many insiiuiooH inu payments nro icih man
tho rental of a house. i U. SMITH & SON,
ONEY TO" LOAN ON REAL ESTATE dlt
. flrst-elaM seeurltles at lowest rates of
Interest. No delay where security Is good.
, 303 7th st. n. w.
MONEY TO LOAN
In sural tniult
On Approved Heal Estate Becnrlty.
B. U. WARNER & CO ,
010 V st. n. w.
Burcliell's Family Tea,
At 50c. a Pottuil.
This Is tho season
its peculiar property
of making tbe best
In this respect
you will flud
It to DO
Bold only in )a lb. packages
T WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to Henry Lee's Sons),
- xt iqr 23 bj or a?vJFC:iint-
fl3a PENN, AVFNUH N. W
Branch cSke,'4D8'Marjland aye. 8. Vf,
LvcryEvcning 8 15. Saturday Matlneo,
THE THO.MI'SON'OPEnA COJirANY.
'THE MA SCOT J' .
MISS JKANNIE WINRTOr? AS riPPO,
Musical Director IIEIIMAN I'EIH.ET.
Oencral dmlslon 23e.
Eeserved Boats C5o, and W)o. .
8I-EC1AL MATINKK THURSDAY, 3CLY-.
ALHAUOH'8 OrtAND orEItA-HOUSE)
Evenlniri nt IM5. No Matlneo.
LflMONT Ol'RRA, CO.
Unddf tUd dlfietlon ot Mr. Nat. Itoth.
TUB TIIHEE BIAGK CLOAKS.
Addlo Cora TIMd, Allco Carlo, Mabolln
DakDrtl'nllvI'alrhainl Wm. Pninttn. (lurtrim
lirodcjlokf Oiarlos F.Lang-, ltobert Drodor-I
iob, waiter Alien. , .
CorrtMoto Chorns of 80 voices.
OENEnAL ADMISSION S5e.
Ileservcd sents 00 and 7So,
..Next .'wHeKrTHR.nftOOAlt BfUTJENT.
I'cnnsylTanla avenue and 11th st.
.. (Irand Opcnlni' Bummer Hoason.
Matinees MorT, Ttlo-t'.Trittr. arid Sat.
BUnLKSOUE AND VARIETIES
UA1 V4 I , U AT Ck ,
TtATTLEOF UVLt IHjN -
rpnn -new bteaMeti cecjile, that,
nonrly trips to Holtzman'B and Upper Itlvor
landings from 9 n. m. to 10 p. m. lloilnd trlr,
ice. All kinds of pleasure boats forhfro-at'
tho same wharf.. , ,, ,
., , JQ-J. PAijSEfri. 8I4 Water st.
PROPOSALS FOR CEMENT AND BAND-1
Offleo o( 3illdlng for Library of Coo-
cres9iiio uaRc t,apiioi siroei, waninton, 11,
0., July S, 1859. separata sealed proposals
will be reoolvod at this ofllcp. until a p, m. on
THURSDAY. THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
JULY.lStffl, and opened Immediately there-;
after in prosonea of. bidders, for furnishing!
and delivering atthesltoof tho Building fori
Library ot CongrosSln this oily, 12,000 bur
rcls Natural Hydranllo Cement, COO barrols
rortland Cement, 3,000 oublo yards o( River
Hand- Smdflp&ljAnl. frflnftral InntrtffitlnTls
1 and conditions and blank forms ol proposals
mny uo nntninou on application to tins 01-;
flee. BERNARD It. OltEEN, Superintendent'
,,u'""1"'- -' 1
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OFl
the Secretary, Washington, D, C, Junoj
in, icov euuiuu proposals wm no received 1
nt this Department until two (2) b'olook p. m.
THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1889, for cutting, sow
ing and laying new carpets; and marking oar-
IIUID IV! DUIl'lUVUbi nuu 1UL.UUII.IUH UI1U iuiijk
I linoleum and matting, and relnylng old oar-
pels, insirueiions 10 piuuqrs.can on nau
upon application to tho office of tho superin
tendents iTha rlcht td.rntpat anv and all
bids Is reserved. Partial bids will not bof
conuuerou. iToposais snoniu do auuresscu
ta tha Rreretarv of tho Trranurv. nnd In.
doreed; "Proposals for cutting and sowing'
carpets, etc" W. WINDOM. Becrotary.
TJR0P08AL9 FOR THE CONSTRUCTION'
X AHU llUlitrilUM OF A rUMDli , 1"A
'1 ROL TELEORAI'H AND TELEPHONE BYS-
TEMOfflco of the Commissioners, D. 0(
unno i. issv. ccaieu proposals win no re
ceived nt this qfllco until 18 o'olook m. on
MONDAY, July 15. 1889, foe the eonstructlort
nnd erection of a Pollao Patrol Teloirrnnh and
Telephone System In the olty of Georgetown. 1
jjisirici 01 loiumuia, uinnK lorms ox pro-i
posals and specincatlcms can ho obtained at!
tno ouico 01 tue nupenntenuont or tiio 'ioio-
graph and Telophono Service, eornor ofiBthl
nncID streets northwest, Washington, D0.
upon application therefor, lOKcthcr with all'
necessary Information, and bids upon those'
iorms onir win ua luonsiuorea,. 'ino rigui is
rcscncdforojcotanyor all bids or parts of
bids, J. W, DOUflLASS,
l. o. iiine;
CHAS; W. IIAYMOND,
, Commissioners, D. O.
OFFICE or THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
Wasuinuioh, JnnOS7, 1689..
Pealed Dronosals will be Tooehrod at thl.i
,.n...b.ir.n.....k .-m.,ncn .. ...
ttmivuujuii J U U1UVJL IU. UI IUMUA1, 4U1.X
a. .tsai, lorspnnKllngj sweeping ana olenning!
tiio paved alloyways In the District of Colum-,
Blank forms of nronoaals and anoclfidatlona
con bo obtained at this offleo upon applloo.-'
tldn therefor, togofhor with all necessary In-
lormaiion,. ana uias upon inosu lorms win
alone bo considered.
Tho right Is reserved to reject nny and .all
bids or parts of bids. A ..
J. W. DOUOLASS,
L. O. HINK,
SROrOSALS FOR FUELCLERK'S OF
FICE, Honse of Representatives, Wash-
ton, Juno SS, 1680. healed proposals will
bo received nt this offleo until 13 o'olook
SATURDAY. JULY 20, 18S9, for tlio delivery
of twelve hundred (1,300) tons ot tho host
white ash egg ooal (screened), more or less;
also soventy livo (75) cords of tho best spruoo
pine and Ono hundred and fifty (150) cords of
the best oak wood, mora or loss, as maybe
needed at the Uouso of Jtoprosuntatlvcs dur
ing tho fiscal year ending Juuo So, IB'JO,
said wood and coal to bo delivered and
stored In tho vaults at tbo south wing of tho
Capitol, at snob times and In such quantities
as desired by thb Clerk of tho Uouso of Kop
reeentatlvos. The coal must weigh S.10
pounds to tbo ton, and tbo onk wood mutt: bo
icnt In three (8) plecos. Tho wood must
measuro 12a cubic feet td tho cord, and. bo
corded, measurod and cut at tbo Capitol.
Tho right to rewclgh the ooal at the Capitol
and the, right to rojtot any nnd all bids fare
I served. The bids to bo Indorsed "Proposals
1 for coal and wood." nnd addressed to JOHN
D. CLARK,, Clerk 'of House of Itoprosohta-i
lives. U.S. I
U. S. National Musztm,
, Waiiunoton.'Juoo 0, 1889.
Scaled proposals will bo reoolvod until 13
'm.JulyB, 1BSD, to furnish the Smithsonian
1 Institution and U. S. National Museum dur
ing the fiscal year ending June 30, 1690. or
until the award of contracts. for theensmng
.vear. fllinnlloa rtf tho rnllilwlne- alojtsn
' Chemicals and chemical apparatus, drawer, ,
, wmg frames, etc; malntenanco of ulootrlculj
1 service, ioou tor an.mais, luei anu ice, glass,
'paints, oils and brashes, hardware, lumber,
stationery, loxtlloi. wasldug, miscellaneous
supplies, , salo of waste paper and other
t refuse material.
Awards will bo mado only to established
manufacturers of or dealers In tho articles.
Tbo right Is rcseryod to waive defects and
to releet anv or all bids or narta- of bids.
Blank forms with specifications for .pro-.
intending bidders will be furnished on applf
1 cation at tho oDlco of tho Assistant Secre
tary, 8. P. LANOLEY,
With a view to making Important
changes in my business, I will
' sell my entire stock of
Embroideries, Lads, Dress Trlm
'mlDgs, Gloves, HWfe, Black.
Black and We, White Dress
Goods, Cotton and Gauze Under
wear, Parasols Umbrella Fancy
Goods and Notions
iCOST FOR CASH.
Wo have on hand a largo stock of Season
able aud Desirable floods, and beg to remind
lour customers that tills Is a raro opportunity
i to securo first-class goods at wholesale prices,
which they should, by all moans, avail them
119 Met Space, cor. Bill St,
cotfiJitmxotfju.ii ui? irnuvn.
fl. TIIINDY. COM'iV OPDEED9 AND NO.
'. tury Pnblto, sh La. ave., opp. City Hall.
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
(Cnpt. L. L. Dlako) leavos 7th st, wharf dally
Lcavlngat 100 olook a. m.trolurntng.reaohcs
Wsshlnjton about 8-30 n. nt. Fare round
trip, SI, Including admission to grounds and
.Steamer W. Vf. Corcoran leaves 7th st.
wharf dally for Marshall Hall; loaTlntfntlO
a, m .rcAclilne Washldgton about 8 X) p. in,
Saturday Evening Tbo Batnrday evening
trips, which wcro so popular last scti.4on.wlII
Coinnionc&Sntnrday evening, Jnlyo, Ieavine
at S p. m , returning to city at 10 30, nnd will
continue tho entire summer Parties golnc
on morning boat havo tbo prl vllcgo of remain
ing nt Marshall Hall and returning on any
unni. fnroKi ceniH.
SUNDAYS two trips, loavlmrat 10X0 a.m.
nnd srop.m, reacnina Wellington at a ana
7rWp.m Faro ronnd-trlpi 850.
Fourth of July
wThTBteamo EXOELSfOrt will rriake 'two
trlpi to Marshall Hall on INDEPENDENCE1
DAY. Tho steamer will lenvo her wharf , f ooe
ot 7th"strcet, nt JO a. mv and pj m. Return
ing, will arrlvo at 1 and 7.30 p. mv Faro rounil
trip, S3 cents.
Muslo,dom.Ing and good oateringiat. tho
SUi , 1 ,- ,,. ,,
"' Independence Day
Tho Steamer W. W. CORCORAN will make
two trips to Mount Vernon And Marshall Halt
on July it IBM). Tho 'boat will leavo her
Wharf, foot of 7th street, at 10 a. m. and A 80
p. m. Returning at 8 15 and 7:30 p. m. Faro
round trip to Mount Vernon, tl; to U other
points. 60 cents. .
Mnslo, dattclng and good catering at Mar
"hM'.!lr. .,, ,1 ,, uu.
Sea Isle Olty.
Commencing on Friday, July S, and contin
uing until Friday, August 80, incluslvo
Tho PENNSYLVANIA R. R. CO.
Will soil excursion tickets to the above-mentioned
points every Friday at S3 for round
Tiokcts will bo good only on trains loavtnc
Baltlmoro nnd Potoinno station nt 11 a. m.
'and to return by any regular train except
limited bxpress trains until and Including tna
CHAS. i.. PUOII,
General Pass. Agent.
OELECT MOONLIGHT EXCURSION t
WASHINOTON L1QIIT INFANTRY CORPS.
TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1880.
Steamer CORCORAN will leave at J0 p. m..
.returning In tlmo for cars.
Mnslo by National Guard Eand..,
OCEAN CITY, Mft, I
Through I Shore in 6 Hours.
Will on and after June,S9, 1689, leavo BALTI
MORE & POTOMAC RAILROAD Station at
1:17 P. M, week-days for OCEAN CITY, arriv
ing there at 7.35 T.M.
RETURNING, leavo OUEAN CITY 600 At
X, and arrlvo Washlnjton 12.23 p. m.
Ocn'l PassV AgonU
mo NORFOLK AND FORTRESS MONROE.
DAILY LINE OF STEAMERS.
ON AND AFTER MdNDAY, JULY 1, 1680.
Steamer (iBOROE LEAHY will leave Seventh
streot wharf on Mondays, Wednesdays and!
Fridays at 6 1" m.
,8tcamerLADYOF THE LAKE on Tnes
days.Tbnrsdays and Saturdays at s p.m. from
blxth streot wharf.
Doth steamers will Stop nt Plnoy Point
down andnp, weather permitting, nntll fur
ther notice. No boat for Cornfield Harbor..
Faro, 1 1,60 caoh way, No round trips
Roth steamers land at Uoston i wharf , Nor
folk, and maka oloso connection with Boston
and Frovldonco nnd Now York steamers of"
Old Dominion Lino; ctmnoct also wlttv'alt
other rail and steamor lines. Heonra rooms
and tickets on boats. Knox and Lloyd's)
express will cheek baggage from hotels and
private residences, Leary's telephone. No.
1745 8; Lake's telophono. No. 01.
C1EO. R. PHIU-IPS. SUpt.I. A 8, C. Co.
WM P. WELCH. iSupt. 1'. t). CO.
FAMOUS EXCURSION RESORT.
Flro hours at tho beach. Homo 8.13 p. m.
,T,V Arrowsmith dally at 9 is a. m. (Satur
days excepted) from 7th street ferry wharf,
commencing Jane 90,
GOOD DINNERS SERVED AT CFE, 1 TO
6 P, M,
To Insure prompt servloe, soouro llokots or
Bttiward on stoamer.
SPtENDID BATH HOUSES AND BATHING.
FIno shady grovo, with chairs, and tables; for
picnic parties. All tho popular
FARE, HO CTS. CHILDREN, 25 CTS.
.Liberal rates ta organizations,
. Vf. W., CHAMBERS.
President 0. D. II. & H. 13. Co.
V. W. RIDLEY.
Pen. Manager Transportation.
COLONIAL BEACH-DAILY EXCURSIONS,
Mondays excepted, on tbo safo and com
modious steamor Jane Mpsoley. Leaves Sto
pheuson's whurf, foot of 7th st, at D o'olook:
a, m Itctnms 9 30 o'olook p. m. Dancing-
down and back and on tho grounds.- Fine
Bait wator bathing fishing and crabbing.
Faro round trip 6iio. (Irand family oxonr
slon e cry Saturday. Faro, round trip, S5o.
An excellent shore dinner at the hotel, COo.
BHAHPLESS A CO.,
ON THE CHESAPEAKE.
Tho most completo In all Its appolntmonis
of any rosort on tho Cliesapeakoilay or l'oto
roao River, .
NAVAL ACADEMY BAND.
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
Trains leavo n. O. Mopot, Washington,
week days, 804 u. in, and l.tl and 4 S3 p. m.
Sundays, VM a m., 1.13 and 8,15 p. m,
Lenvo Bay Rldgo week days, 0, 10 and 8.30 p.
m. Suudays, 8,10, 8-00 undV.-OO p.m.
The 0-05 a. m. weak dnv and 9 50 a. in. Bun-
day trains connect at Bay Ridge with steamor
Passongers frun Washington holding Bay
Itldgo oxcurslc'l tlokets can take steamer
Columbia from Hay Rldgo to Baltlmoro anil
return on payment of 10 cents. Steamer
lenvos Bay Itldgo wcok days, 11 00 a. m.i Bun- .
days, li.su a. m. son return trlpanlves at Bay
RldRO, 4.30 week dayst 4.15 Sundays.
Tickets on salo at 11. 0. offices, 010 and)
1851 Ponusylvvila nonuo, and at depot,
Ou Sunday! depot only. '
ALEXANftSA FERRY ANDIUVER BX
T'wo Salofyfitoamors, Every hour from 0
a. m. to7-1'f m.
1UM1LH01NTHK rOTOMAL FORaBO.
Free Excir'on for Babies, seo fiobedtile,