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"WASHINGTON, JULY U, 1889.
Tie Cabinet meets on Tuceilnys anil Frl
r - ajs at 12:80 i, in.
J5- bmators mid lScprceentativ In Congress
will be received by tlio 1'rcsldi.nt ever) i'v,
except Mondays, from 11 until 12.
1'ersons not members ot Congress having
business with tlio I'icsldcnt will be received
from 12 to 12:30 on Wednesdays, Thursdays
Tboso who bnvo no business, but call
merely to pay tbclr respects, will bo re
ethul by tie President In tba Kast Itoom
at 1 p. m. on Mondays, Wcducsdajs and
VISITORS TO TII1I DKl'AKT.UHNXS.
bccretarlis Dlnlno, Troetor and Tracy
have Issued tbe following order for tbo re
ception of visitors:
Iiiccptfon of Senators and Representa
tives in Congress from 10 to 12 o'clock.
Ktceptlon of all persons not connected
with tbe Departments, at 13 o'clock, except
Tuesdajsaud Frldajs, which arc Cabinet
dajs; andThuredajsln tbe Department of
ttntc, wbcu tlio members of tbo Diplo
matic Corps are exclusively received.
IYrtoiiswIll not be admitted to tbe build
ing altir 8 o'clock cacb day, uulcss by card,
which will bo sent by tlio captain of tbe
WAteb to tbo chief clerk or to tbe bead of
tbe bureau for wblch tbo visit Is Intended.
Tills rule will not apply to Senators, Rep
resentatives or beads of Kxccutlve Depart
ments. The Secretary of tbo Treasury receives
Heuators-aml Jteprcscntatlvcs from 10 to
11:30 a. in , and oilier persons from 11:30
until, 1 p, in,, except Tuesdajs and Fridays,
Tbe rostmastcr-Geiicra receives persons
having business with hlrn from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. in., except on Tuesdays and
Fridays, Cabinet dajs.
liileilor musVuo matTo" between 151a. m.
ud 12 o'clock uoon.
To-Momtow, the Fourth of July, being a
National holiday, there will bo no Issue of
Tub Ciutic ou that day.
Tlio Sunday Capital Ha property and
franchises lias uuen sold and trans
ferred to The Washington Ciutic,
and hereafter It will be Issued from tlio
pictcnt Crtmc olllco, 013 I) street, next
to the corner of Tenth street. Under its
new management tho Sunday Capital
will appeal In eight page form, sixty
four columns, about one-third larger
tli nu Its piescnt Mzo.
New life will bo put into the paper
ni.il eulIi additional find attractive
font mes added as will continue to
make the Capital tho favorite Sunday
journal of Washington.
With its next issue the naino of Tun
Washington" Ciutic will bo changed
to The Capital, and under Its new
ImplUm will continue ovcry evening
as new By, bright and interesting as
when Its sanctum wns presided over
liy the famous Ciutic Owl.
, I'oon ron ni:i'i.i;cTi()N.
Four years ago Alexander Sullivan
van the candidate of a strong Iilsli
combination for a Vice Presidential
nomination, Ho claims to have been
lioiu in Jlnino and to bo qualified for
the Presidency in tlio matter of biith.
Now( suppose him to be ically guilty
in tho Cionln case, that it was really
In deference to his commands that the
nsbassinptioii occurred. Supposo him
elided to tho Vice-Presidency.
Wouldn't tho man occupying tho
Presidential chair liavo occasion for a
little uervousucss? Wouldn't his health
be Imperiled ? Sonic secret tilbtmnl of
rut-throats might decree that it would
lo best for tho Irish causo were on
Iileliman at tho head of tho Govern
ment. Couldn't a dispensation of Prov
idence bilng it nbout? Not tlio luro
and tho club would bo employed, of
roursc, but thcro arc poison and other
weans to depilvc a man quietly of ex-
IMuicc. Imagine oven a natlvo-bonW
jihhman, n Clan-nn-Gacl man, elected
Of course, this Is no rcllectlon on Mr.
Sullivan, but there's a heap of foot! for
ullittlon In tiie Cionln case.
It'll HAYTIAN HEI'ltroiSNTATIVi:
Pied, Douglass goes to Haytl, and
Hayllans will have n icprcscntatlvo
ficm tho United Stales who will not as
hist in Haytlau lmbiogIos,and who will
k pre tent the American licpubllc with
dignity and Intelligence. There Is, by
tbo way, n curious feature to our rela
tions, in o diplomatic way, with
Haytl It is a fact to which pub
lic "attention has never been called,
but which Is vouched for by ono
tlccp In Haytlan councils that tho
ptoplo of that republic entertain somo
thing llUo a feeling of piquo thai the
United States should send a colored
jman there ns minister. This In colored
peoplo Is xatjicr absurd and illogical,
liit they leawin that, despite constltu
tlonulTiuioiMluunts, ccrlnlo. distinctions.
Mill obtain between tho races Jn tho
Uiillnl Stain, and that to send a col.
oiul mnn to Haytl Is to make an in
Id Ions choke or n rcpiescutativc. It
is a cuiloiis Mluntloii, but It exists.
Willi such n man as Fred. I)oucla9s
the llaytlans will have no occasion for
pique, Ilrmny even tench them n Ut
Tin: 1'instAN MiNlsmi Is reported to
be very ninth hurt over the uncomplimen
tary things American newspapers say nbout
t.c fehah, much so, In fact, that It Is said bo
will not come back hero after bis visit of
rcspirt to bis Matter In London. Wo
should bo very sorry Indeed to loso Hadji
JUssiln, but really It can't bo helped.
The Shah Is a back number sovereign and
unless he braces up and becomes modern
ized and civilized he mutt ovpect to be hit
In the neck with a bag of typo alout twice
a day. At tho natno tlino wo can under
stand what a shock It must lie to a Persian
subject to read dally theso sacrlllglous
slurs upon ono who Is held very nearly In
as much reverence as tbo Dlcty among
Tun matter ot remedying tho defects ot
the sewerage system In tbo business part of
the city Is ono that should engage tho
earnest attention of tba Engineer Depart
ment, That tho merchants' cellars south
of tbe Avenue should bo at tho mercy of
every hiavy rain Is a condition ot things
that should not be allowed.
Ik Skisoh Cutsn, the Italian Premier,
continues to ruh tho Vatican tho wrong
way of the fur ho will ailso somo lino morn
ing to find himself excommunicated, Tlio
Pope should try tho ancient power of tba
church on the Irreverent Premier once to
sec how it would work.
"(ns, Hovan.a Mackay has sued tho
Maucliuti tiiutriltan andtbe London l'cho
for stating that her mother was n washer
woman. Apparently .Mrs. M, has lived t"
long among ancestral peoplo In Europe that
she has forgotten sbo was an American.
As "Sunset" Cox Is not runnlug for of
fice Just now he cannot understand why
tbe report should bo started that bo was
dangerously 111, He wants It understood
that bo Is O.J
Tun Centennial ball In New York cost
$100,000 and the dlsgruntlemcnt of Ward
McAllister. Mr. Stuyvesaut Cod Fish has
Just mado his report, but ho did not W,
Mn. lUonmof California mado $10,000
straight yesterday In two minutes nud fifty
one seconds. Ills burse, Salvator, wou tho
Itcallzatton stakes at Sbccpshcad.
Tim New York Herald with enthusiasm
booms Colonel Elliott Ehepard for tho Hus
tlan mission. Docs tho Herald desire to
Let rid of a rival It fears?
F, 1). says:
Tbo follow Ing,llncs were written on the
death of n charming woman rho was Inger
solllan hi her Ideas:
Into the Shadow land I
Not as the shadows go,
Not one of tbo shades;
But as the sunbeams go,
Taking tbo heavenly blue,
Taking the sparkling eyes,
Taking tho merry laugh,
Taking tho odor of flowers,
Taking tho light of earth
Into the Shadow land I
Holding her hands full ot sunshluc,
Dropping them ilnwii tin tbe shadows,
llcautlful sunny laud I '
Out of tho llcad earth
Into the greater life;
Into the Spirit land 1
Trailing the fragrance of flowers
Down from tbo Otherwhere;
Kissing a smile nud
Wafting It back to us,
Tempting us Into tbe Shadow land,
L( ailing im Into the Shadow land,
Shadow laud I
J. 11. 11. scns In this one:
l'ltOrmETOIt AND PATItON.
Washington Boy: Papa, who Is that
elegantly-dressed gcutlcmau with tbo beau
tiful diamonds ou ?
Washington Man: That, my son, Is ono
ofthe proprietors of a pool-ioom, where1
they sell tickets ou sporting events.
Boy: Say, papa, didn't you tell me that
the sccdy-looklug roan who borrowed a
quarter from you yesterday had something
to do with a pool-room f
Man: Yes, my son, ho had somethlug to
do with It, but not as tho proprietor,
Mr, Kiibkln Is reported to bo dying-. ' Ho
will know then nil about thc,"EthIcs of the
If be does, his duty ho may chanco bis
name from Kllraln to Klllsulllvan.
To railroad men Over-rates usually re
sult in a squabblo ocr rates.
Chicago will unncx Cuba and Canada he
fore tbo census of 1&1X), 'unless a detergent
Is applied, St. Louis papers plcaso copy
and advertise for a detergent,
ot MofotcQ Is able to do a
(New York Herald",)
Senator Eustis ot Louisiana tells a good
story at his own expense. Sovei al days ago
he prepared a speech which ho proposes de
livering at Tammany Hall, July 4. llosent
tho manuscript to a type-writer to bo
copied. When tho manager ot thocstab-i
llehincnt returned the manuscript he re
marked: "That's u rattling good Demo
cratic speech, Scuator."
Senator Eustis, who kuowe a good thing
when ho sees It, thought so, too, but ho re
marked, blandly: "Ah, you read It, I see?"
"No," said tho man, "I did not, but tho
young lady who copied It did, She Is a
staunch Itcpublleau, and several times dur
ing the operation I hoard her exclaim,
That's a lio; that's a horrid, nasty, Demo
cratic lie!' so I kuew you must bo preach
ing good Democratic doctrine,"
Illulno Iteuieinbered July 3, 1881,
Washington, D. C, July 3. Secretary
lllalno is superstitious, aud so ho went
North yesterday Instead of waiting until
to-day to travel with tho President. Ho
never forgets July 2, 1881, when ho drnvo
down to tho station with President flarflcd
on their way North, only to seo him shot
down by flultcau, Philadelphia Record.
Deputy Miinhiil 1'lillllin Itcslgns.
Deputy Maishal (Icorgo W, Phillips teu
dcied bis resignation to tho now District
Marshal this morning. The resignation
was accepted, but It Is not known who his
successor will bo. It Is understood that
Mr. Phillips' action was the result of tho
Marshal's declining to state Just what his
intentions were aslo retaining employes of
Going to Join the Blialu
Iladjo Hasslcn Ohooly Khar, (be Persian
Minister, will leave for Loudon nlout tho
12th Instant, There, bo Will join tho Shah.
Tbo Minister It said tn bo grieved over the
obnoxious articles which have rcccntly'ap
ptared In English and American news-
mpers regarding the Bbah, and It Is alleged
hat be Is goloeto consult with His Majesty
as to whether fie ought- not to be recalled,
THE TOWN'S PHOTOGRAPH.
There is one characteristic that abides
with n woman under nil circumstances,
nnd that In an ungovernable aversion
to nppcarlng empty bunded In public.
Shu must have something, n tan, a
parasol, a lorgnette, n small package,
soinelhlng to keep tlio muscles con
tracted and 6avo the arms from nn un
graceful dangling al tho shies. This
Unit Is forcibly Illustrated by 311s
Jeannlc Winston In her assumption of
the roll of l'ippo In tho "Mascot." In
the second act where the shepherd boy
enters tho jialaca disguised as it dancer,
male performers, who aio cast for tho
part, will npiicar ipto empty handed,
nnd skip nbout with entire caso and
somu grace. Miss WliiBton, however,
selves a fan from her dressing case and
holds on to it until she leaves tho stage.
Wherever sbo moves, wlicicvor sliu
turns, the fan Is with her. When tho
business of tho part demands it sho
changes il from one hand to another,
but s)ie never lets go of It, And It Is so
in any part thai sbo chances to bo cost
for. Notwithstanding her skill in tho
delineation of masculine characters sho
clings, and very properly, to this femi
nine safe-guard against nn ungainly
One of tlio met novel wn 8 of get
ting a ob is that related by Herman
Franklin, the dispenser of mixed liquids
nt Harris'. About three years ago Mr.
3'rmiklln found himself in lilchmond
without woik and without n cent in his
pocket. His condition was becoming
serious, being many miles from homo
nnd a stinngcr In the town. While
walking along Main street ho saw a
crowd of men standing in n saloon.
They were in a jolly humor, singing
and telling stoilcs and having a gcnciaf
food time. "I'll go in there," said
'ranklln to himself, "and ask for
work, perhaps I may get It." Suiting
the action to tho word, he went in,
iiihI without addressing any ono
In particular, said! "Gentlemen, I'm
n stranger In your town, and I want
somo work to do. Can any ono hero
help mo to get n job?" The men ad
mired his pluck, especially tba proprie
tor of tho saloon, who made tho follow
ing proposition: "Young man, you say
you want work. Now, If you'lL put on
the gloves with my bartender and can
knock him out I'll give you his place.
What do you say?" Every man present
was nil excitement; thcro wcioprospccU
of a boxing match. Franklin wasn't
long in decidintr, He put on the gloves
nnd for foity "rounds the crowd wit
nessed n good scrapping match. In tho
forty-flist lound tlio bartLiidcr was
winded, nnd Franklin, who was still
fresh gave him an upper cut wlilch
won the light. The piopiietor gave
him the job and Kianklin kept It for
Wei. give lilni warning. Some ilw
the lighteous wrath of heaven will
strike him down and drive icd-liot lead
pencils into his roaiing cats, and then
Shall wo bo avenged. Il is the pencil,
nlbpcrvadlng, pernicious lead pencil
Mend. He thinks it is clever to get
lead pencils for nothing. Ho boasts
that be never buys n lead pencil. Ho
picks yours up from your desk while
yon aio writing with your pen nnd
makes off w Ith It. Ydu never notice its
absence till after he Is gone nnd then
you can't tell which one of him took It
there nro so many of him. Ho hor-
lows your lead pencil on thosticet to
make a memorandum and puts it In tils
pocket more or less nbsent-mliidcdly
and you feel nslinmed to ask him for
It. The next tlmo you want to usii
lead pencil In n huriy you have none
nnd you curse him. Heaven knows
U...-.l nnMntlu jvrft Jrinr nnniltrll
tnesc eiayB. tuc universal ta
bcr No. 2 Is not worth tho trouble
it takes lo whittle tho wood
off the lead. The lead is cither hard
or it breaks on the slightest pressure.
No two of them nro alike. When thoy
charged ton cents apiece for them they
could bo depended on. Now they nro
five cents apicces and you use them
uioro than twico as fast, because, tbo
lead breaks so often. But they aro tho
best wo can get, and the fact that a
pencil is a poor one makes your curses
on the man that embezzles it nono the
less deep. When you want Sv lead
pencil yon always want It quick, and
to find that it lias boon stolen by somo
fiend who camo In and told you n funny
story nnd stole your lead pencil while
you wcro laughing at It, Is an excellent
excuse for allowing tlio lion to enter
GOVERNOR DULKLEY SNUBBED.
Uu Declines to 1'roslile ut the Wood
Mock Celebration 111 Consequence.
Haiitfghd, Conn., July a. It Is un
derstood that Governor Jlulklcy has
decided not to attend the Woodstock
celcbiatlon on tho 4th of July. The
Governor bad consented to preside on
that occasion, nnd- his action In de
ciding not to attend Is occasioned by a
letter which bo lccclvcd fiom Henry 0.
Uowcn, stating that be (Ilowen) had
arranged with General Hawlcy to intro
duce I'retldent Hanison to the assem
bjagoat Woodstock, theieby relieving
tho president of the day from thntduty.
The Governor immediately sent n dis
patch to Mr. Boweu declining tlio honor
of picsiding nt tho celebration. This
dispatch was followed by a letter fiom
the Governor to Mr, Boweu saying that
he wns not awaro that the duties as
signed to him for tho day wcro
of so bmdensonio a character that
relief would bo necessary, especially
In discharging tho most atrieeablo por
tl n of it. On that account lio felt it in
cumbent upon him to decllno all con
nection with tho affair. Ho will not bo
piescnt nor rcpicscntod oillclally in nny
way at thp demonstration. The Presf.
dent will meet with n handsome recep
tion during his shoit slay in Haitford
Tmd the courtesies to bo extended will
bo in keeping with tho occasion. Gov
ernor Buikley, with his full staff, will
meet tho President at Stamford and ac
company him to this city. The Presi
dent will bo tendejed a leccptlon at the
State copltol, but tho Governor will not
accompany tho visiting distinguished
party beyond this city.
Imposition Committee No. 38.
In this morning's mail Secretary Ander
son received notice from tho Chamber of
Commerce of St. Paul, that It had ap
pointed tho following standing committee
ou tho great exposition to bo held at tho
National Capital In 1802: Judson W.
bishop, president! A. 8, Tallmagc.scc
rcturyiJohn 11. Sanboru, 1'icdcrlck Dils
coll and II, W. Jobusou.
A M'nslilnRton Man Complimented.
Dr. J. D. firegg Curtis of this city has
lust returned from the convention of tho
International Hahuemaunlun Association,
which was recently held at Toronto. Dr,
Curtis was elected vico-prcsldcnt of tlio as
sociation, During Ids abseuco ho also at
tended tbo American Inetiluto of Homeop
athy at I.ako Mlunctonka, Minn,
A Trip to tlio tlcciin.
Tho $5 excursion tickets to Atlantic
City, Cuno May and Sea Islo City, an
nounced by tho Pennsylvania ltullroad, are
now on sale. Rapid transit through Phila
delphia by cable cars, cars running directly
from Uroad street station tp tbe ferry. Dag
gago checked through.
How Is Tins tor u Sacrlllco?
Suits that were $10 wo are now selling at
$7.45. Elseman Bros., Seventh nnd E,
inauuf niiturlug clothiers and tailors.
Mills, tho English Jockey, lias been killed
by falling In a race at Spa, llclglum.
W-sninaTON Bale Deposit Co., 010 Pa.
aye, Storage Department all aboye ground,
A TERRItlLC WRECK.
Moro Tlinn n Iloicn 1'drsnn Killed Hi
Ilia Tlilixton cllenl.
The railway accident near Tliaxton,
Vn., early vesteiday morning, although
not as bad as first lrportcd, was yet
wotbo than was indicated by liio report
ghvrtout by tho president of tlio road,
ns printed In ycstonlay's Ciutic. Tho
baggage, express, Biuoker, pnsscmf,cr
and two Pullman cars burned, having
taken file fiom tho explosion of n gaso
lino lamp in one of tho coaches, Tho
train went into tho chasm created by a
washout a few minutes after 1 o'clock
in the morning, while running at a
speed of foily miles tin hour. The
killed, as far as ascertained nt n late
hour last night, mot
Patrick Donovan, Lynchburg, engineer;
Ciiarlcs llruce, ltoauoko, fireman; L. 1).
Summers, Abingdon, mall agent; A. S.
Frances, Marlon, mall agout; Nathan
Cohen, merchant, lloanoKc, en routo to
(Jermany to visit his parents; W. 0, Sto.uli
Cleveland, Tennessee, en routo for Eng
laud; J. W. Ileal, Cleveland, Tcnnosscc, eii
route for Paris; A. M. James, Koanoko,
traveling cnglucman of tho road; ,1. W,
J.lnsay, Jtouuoku, train dispatcher; Dennis
Melon, Koauokc, janitor Norfolk and
Western offices, en routo to Now York to
bo married, aud a little nlccc of Mrs,
Judgo Thompson of Staunton,
The Injured arc:
lllshop Alphciis W. Wllsouof llaltlmoro,
wrist cut and body Bllghtly bruised, but
not dangerously Inlurcdi J. F. Tompld of
Pottsvlllc, Pa., head and limbs burned; F.
T. Dexter, lloverly, Mass., sovercly bruised
about the head and body; J, 11, Young,
llradfurd, Pa., arm masbed; Mrs. Judgo
Thompson of Staunton, bruised and do
ranccu wlthcrlcf: lloland Johnson, Poan-
oke, conductor, frightfully cut about head
and face; E. C. Dubarry, superintendent,
bruised severely; W. 0. Oloss. ltoanokc,
baggage-master, arm broken: W. II. liny
ward, Pullman conductor, shoulder hurt;
J. I). Tanner, I.yiiehburg, badly bruised;
Joseph (loldburs, Now York, leg and
shoulder bruised aud hand hurt; Mls Inez
Jackson, Texas, bruised; It. 11. uoodfcllow,
Hoauokc, band and foot Injured; J. C.
Casscll; lioanoke, superintendent, arm
hurt; II. W. .Martin, Chattanooga, Tcnii.,
cut and bruised; M, 1), Temple, Chicago,
back hurt; Mrs. 11. II. Young, Marshall,
Tex., splno Injured.
Fouitcen thousand dollars were found
in the pockets of Mr. Stead nfter ho was
dragged from the wreck. Bishop Wil
son lost his clothes, n gold watch and
ijnoo in money. Nono of the passengcis
In the sleeper saved nny money or
clothes. The list of casualties is neces
sarily Imperfect. The railroad company
Is doing all possible for the sulTcrcrs.
Tho track is washed out In places near
the wicck for one and a half miles.
Many think n wntcispout visited that
section just nfter the watchman p.isscd
over tho track.
Kain had been falling almost con
tinuously nnd at times very heavily for
twenty-four hours, swelling the moun
tain sticnms greatly boyond their
normal state. Several trains had passed
ovei the road during the night, and It
wns thought that the line wns safo for
tiafllc, notwithstanding the rains, and
that no danger need be apprehended.
At the plnce of the accident, however,
tlio wnter had undermined tho road-bed
and caucd n washout nbout eighty feet
long and fifty feet wide. Tho water at
this point was eight to ten feet
ekep. Into this wntery gulch tho
cnglno mndo a frightful leap whllo
speeding along at tho roto of
forty miles nn hour, carrying with It
tho entire train. As the coglno struck,
bottom tho rushing of the water into
the locomotlvo exploded the boiler.
This fact greatly augmented tho catos
tropho. Debris was thrown in every
direction by tho foico of the explosion,
Injuring some ot thoso on tho train by
the flying fragments nnd scattering flro
brands, which Ignited tlio woodwork of
tW ooM,l. .- -Tlxi (lallieS f.Vr.nrl nml
nestioycd n largo amount of mail ami
mail and express matter, besides spread
ing panic among the already tcrror
Suli Itosn" (IomIp on Affairs In Vic
Londoii, July 3. Tho prospective
nuptials of membcis of tho loyal fain
lly, of courso, crcalo considerable inter
est in society, but they nro of no polit
ical significance. Tho objcctois to
consanguineous marriages cavil nt
even such a distant relationship as that
of tho son of tho Prlnco of AVales to a
Sister of William III., and, in fact, n
strain of fresh blood would greatly Im
prove cither rocc. It Is effusively an
nounced that the match between the
Princess Louiso and the Earl of Fifo is
tho lesult of a mutual liking, but it is
piobably another Marquis ol Lorna
affair, and Fifo will piobably
pay as dcaily for tho sacrifice!
of his Independence as did tho son of
MacCullom Mooio. for tho honor of n
royal alliance. Then thero is Balti-n-
ucrg, wiioso lot is anything hut a bliss
ful end. His royal mother-in-law
plunges him sometimes in tho deepest
misery, and thcro nro many moncnts, It
IS whispeicd, when ho looks back Willi
icgret upon his happy bachelor days.
It Is with malicious plcasuic that club
men circulate tho story of his being
compelled to wear tho kilt at Balmoral
In order to give the festivities there a
more national nud lcnllstlc aspect,
Between nngcr and the, nntlonal awk
waidncss of a German In tho garb of
old Gael, he Is represented as presenting
ns happy and graceful an appearance
ns the proverbial Jiog in armor,
Through Car to Ocean City, .ltd., via
'Iho Passenger Department of the Penn
sylvania Hallroad Company announces that:
a through passenger coach will bo run bo
twecu Washington, llaltlmoro and Ocoau
City. Md,, on Peninsula Express, leaving
Washington at 1:17 p. in. and llaltlmoro
3.S0 p. in., for Ocean City, Md. This ar
rangement will prove a great convenience
to tbo Ocean City travel.
to Virginia Midland Stations will bo sold
July 3 and 4, good returning until tho 6tb.
Apply city offices of tho l'ledmont Atr
If You XVunt to Keep Cool
get a mohair or an alpaca coat and vest for
$3. El6euiau Uros., Seventh and E, inanu-i
factuiing clotbelers and tailors.
Tlio Clilcf Iteiuon tor the marvellous sue
ceil of Hood's fjarsararllla Is foauil hi tho fuel
that tills nicillclne octually aceomiilUliet t.11
that Is clahntxl for It. lis real merit bus won
IA-.I4- tlt-. Ic Hood's 6rI-rllta
Merit WinSa waUrlty ml solo
Cfeatrr tlinn ttiat (it huj oilier blood purifier.
It cures fierofuU, all Humors, Pyipepsta, etc,
iewi war bv c. , uwa a Co.. jwtu, mw,
HOW inWIMWAS SECURED.
A Dispute, With IlMich Over Ills I'nt
rut Cntoher's Glove.
Considerable siicctilntlon has been In
dulged In regarding iho rctnovnt of Ir
win from tho cnptnlncy of tho Phlla
dolphins, whereby Ills ncrpilsltlon
by Washington wns mado possl
ble. but tho guesses hnvo been
wide of Iho truth, As told by Ir
win hloiself it Is as follows: Irwin Is
the patentee of a glovo for catchers and
other players that has found high favor
In tho market and Is pronounced by
ninny to be the very best thing of Its
kind, .Air. Irwin had this glovo manu
factured In (he Statu nf New Hampshire
nml the 'belling njrctits wcro tho Ann of
A. J, Bench k Co., the head of whlclils
the president of tho League club of Phil
adelphia. Mr. Irwin found that tho
orders lind not been placed by tho sell
Intr ngents with his manufacturer, in a
manner that was nt nil satisfactory to
himself and he visited tho establishment
to Inquire as to thu cause. According
lo his story lio was told that thcro was
little demand for tho article. Ho soon
afterward visited the establishment nnd,
to lils surprise, found n largo
stock of tho goods on hand.
He came nt onco to tho conclusion
that tho firm had been making his
goods without his permission, nnd wcro
nlso using his stamp. Tho result was
n split, and Mr, llnrry Wright, tho
manager of the club, was ordered by
Picsldent Itcach to lay oft Irwin, Mr,.
Wright was very loth to do this, but
had to obey onlcrs, and, out of con
sideration for Irwin, he went lo that
player and asked him to pretend ha had
n bad finger and was unable to play.
"I won't do It," was thu answer. "I
nm ablu to play and nm as well as any
player In tho nine." Thereupon Irwin
wns laid off. Negotiations were llicn
begun for tho transfer of lrwln to somo
other club aud Washington was ono of
the first clubs nsked to mnko nn offer
for his services. Washington did so,
nnd Mnnager Morrlll'nskcd Irwin to ro
port for duty. "I guess not," was tho
answer. "1 am uot going to allow my
self to be traded for In that manner. I
won't go to Washington. If I go any
whcie, I will go to tho Athletic Club
of this city, where I have an offer lo
captain the nine. If tho Philadelphia
Club try any funny business on me, I
intend to employ counsel nud light it
out," However, Irwin was aftcrWard
induced to sign with Washington nnd
tlio chances nro that he will become
BItOOKi:,-On Tueiday, July S, ififlo, nt 13
m Mrs. Eugenia M. llrookc, relict of the. lato
Edmund J, Drooke, In tho 05th year of her
l'uncral notice, hereafter.
CLAOETT.-On Jlondoy, Jnlj 1, 1830, at 4
l. m , at her residence. 1013 1'lrststrectnorth
west, Jesso, beloved wltoot William OlaRott
nnd dauKlitcrof Osborne and Melvlna Leo, In
theSM year of her aco.
bliodlcd In tbo triumphs of tho faith In
which sbo lived.
"Asleep In Jesus! blosscd sleep
From which nono ever wake to ween,
A calm and undisturbed rcposo,
Unbroken by tlio last of foes,"
l'uncral service at s o'clock p. m. Thurs
day, from (lalbralth Chapel, Sixth street, be
tw ecn L and M streets northwest,
QUEEN. Departed this llfo Monday. Jnly
1, 18S9, at 11:30 a. m,, (Jertrudo Mable Queen,
beloved adopted daughter of Martha Queen,
nitcd 4 months nnd SI days.
mineral Tuesday at p. m.,at her resi
dence, 411 Brldso street northwest.
I WILLIAM LEK
(bucccssor to Henry Leo's Sons),
Ml I'ENN: AVENUE N. W
Irranch offlce, 408 Maryland avo. s. w.
Hnencerlan Ilnslncss Colleco. cnr. ?th and
D hts. n. w, Exceptional advantages for
training during tlio summer months In Itanld
tlhortliand nnd Ttv
Special classes for students fitting for tho
higher grades In publlo schools. Morning
sessions, 0 lo 13; evening, G lo 8. Call or send
UENIty C. HFENOEIl. LL. H
SAItA A. BPENCETt,
fTUlEBEIlLlTZ SCHOOL OP LAN0UA0E3.
TEILMS BEGIN NOW.
723 14th street northwest.
HOTELS AND ItiSHTAOltANTS.
Comer 18th and I streets northwest,
opposite Jttcrncrson Hqnare.
II. M. CARE.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
TIIE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can be mode for
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND TUEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tbo bottle
WASHINGTON. D. 0.
0. 0, (STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
, TEltMS-t3.00 and H.00 I'er Day.
X A QUIET AND ELEGANT IIOTBL,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW VORK CITY.
JA9IKS II. 11UE8LIN, Proprietor,
T, JAMES IIOXXX,
SIXTH STREET AND l'ENNA. AYE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprlntor.
Buret Family Tea,
At 50c. a round.
This Is tho season
Its peculiar property
of making tho Lest
In this respect
you will rUd
It to DO
Sold only In H lb. packages
1325 F St. N.W.
FOR SALE-OROCEIIY AND PROVISION
.store, one ol tbe best located In South
Washington) domestic matters canto for
eellluK, Address WtOVfiWHa, this pace.
.Aim irfv,Vw A WS
XJ, , , Anollnnccr.
SALE OF ITALIC IlAY SCALES.-Otlloo
nt tho Commissioners. Ulstrlat of Columbia,
Washington, July l. issa.-on WED.sksimy,
JULY 10, 1880, at tho locations mmod, tho
Commissioners will offer for snlo to tbo high
est bidder, tho oxoliislvo right nnd prlvl
lego of using tho several District Hay Scales
from August 1, 1889, to July 31, 1890, both In
clusive for tho purpose of weighing hay,
straw, fodder, oats In tbo straw nnd llvo
stock at tho following places and tlmo, to
wit! No. 1, situated opposite tho postonlco,
Unlontown, II, tt, ntTEN O'CLOCK A.M.!
No. 8. situated on Mb St. s. o,, between 1st st
nnd (lenrgla nvenue, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK
A, M.'.No. 3, situated on 10th st. n. w near
I.ouldaim nvenuo, at TWELVE O'CLOCK M.i
Nn. 4, situated nt comer nth st. and Ithodo
Island nvenuo, n w., nt ONE O'CLOCK P. M.j
No. ft. situated on Prospect st,, betweon 1IIH
nnd Market sts., Ucargetown. D. a, at TWO
O'CLOG'K'P.M.i No, 6, situated at Intersec
tion of Houmlary nnd 11 sts. n.e., nt HALF
PAbTTIIIlKB O'CLOCK P. M. No. 7, sit
tifttrdnt IJrlchlwood.D.Cat FIVE O'CLOCK
P. M. Parties purchasing will be required to
comply with tho provisions of tho net np
proved Juno so, 18?, entitled an Act for tho
Salo of Hay, Terms casb, ,
J. W. fiOUOLASS,
CIIAS, W. RAYMOND,
Commissioners, D, C.
TVUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers,
TRUSTEES' RALE "(IF VALUABLE IM
PROVED AND UNIMPROVED REAL ES
TATE. Under and by virtue of n docroo of tbo Ru
prcmo Conrt of tbo District of Columbia,
passed July 7, 1888. In cause Nn. 0,5oqulty,
wa will sell nt publlo miction, In front of tho
premises, respectively, mo innowing tie
(orlbsil pieces or parrels ofland situate nnd
lying In tlio City of Washington and In tbo
District of Columbia, to wit: .
18M), AT 5 O'CLOCK 1 M., lot "H" In Mo
unt's recorded Subdivision nf part of squnro
No. CO), fronting 10 feet on L street, between
'North Capitol nnd lint streets northwest,
nnd having a depth of 180 feet Tt Inches, un
improved. Tho same day at .VM o'clock p. m , lot No,
SO In Davidson's subdivision of square No.
W.7, sltunto In Nnylor's alley, betweon Ninth
nnd Tenth and N and O streets northwests
jinproMd by a two story brick dwelling, said
lot being CO feet front by M feet deep, and
said alley having n width of 30 feet,
.Tho snmo day ntfl o'clock p.m. part of lot
No. 3(t, In square No. Ufl, on Union street, bo
tween Fonr and-n half nnd sixth nnd M nnd
N sts southwest, said part of lot bclnglS feet
rout by 101,11 feet deep. Improved by a two
story frame dwelling,
On THURSDAY THI511TH DAY OF JULY,
1889. AT 8 O'CLOCK P.M., lots Nos. I to l'J
Inclusive, In bloik SO, In "lsherwood," bolng
tho whole of said block, containing about
ft7,0OU squnro feet of ground, unimproved;
nnd Immediately thereafter, lot Nu. 10, In
block No. 13, In "Isbcrwood," said lot con
taining about 11,713 squnro foot ot giound,
and fronting west on Fifteenth street east,
a shortdlstance from tho Columbia Railroad
Terms of salo, ono third of tho purchasq
money In cash, of whit 11 at least $V) must bo
deposited by the put-chat.,. each pur
chase, at tho tlmn of sale, tho balanco In two
equal payments. In ono and two years after
the day of sate, with Interest at six per cent,
per annum, for whl h the promissory notes of
iho purchaser secured by deed of trust on
tho premises sold wilt bo required, or alt of
the purcbaso money In cash, at tho option ot
The terms of salo must bo complied with
within ten days from tho dnynf snlo.
A. O. BRADLEY. Trustco,
ENOCH TOTTEN. Trustees
410 5th st. n,w.
BOARDING-IN THE MOST PICTURESQUE
portion of Virginia; Ice, milk and fruit;
Mcry amusement, Addicss Mrs. S. V.
FIELD. Halfway. Fauquier County, Vn.
ACCOMMODATIONS TOR 20 BOARDERS
nt tho Do Lander farm, 1 mllo from
Boyd's station. Met 1). B, and O. Healthy
location; largo lawn; splendid spring
wnter. Private teams cared for. Terms, tw
month. E. C. e LANDER, Boyd's. Md.
A TLANTIC HOTEL, OCEAN CI TY, MD.
OPENS JUNE 2.-,.
88 50 nnd 83 per day, 15, 817.50 nnd 8M per
week, according to location of looms; ca
pacity COO guests; boating, gunning, ilshlng,
For circulars or choloa rooms address Rlggs
Houso until Juno 0. (.'. W. SPOFFORU,
Proprietor. Also proprietor Rlggs House,
-Washington, P. C.
ORKNEY SPRINGS AND BATH, VA-TIIIS
magnificent property, recently purchased
by tho Orkney Springs Hotel nnd Improve--ment
Company, will open June 15. Added to
many new attractions and Improvements Is n
swimming pool largest In tho United States
enlarmd ground, walks and drive, an ex
cellent livery, equipment unsui passed; seven
different mineral waters, sttpei b cllmato, es
pecially beneficial for malaria, asthmn.'oa
larrb and hay f over, exhaustion and donrost
elon; capacity, 1,000; grand scenery. Pam
phlets nt principal drug stores, depots, etc,
F. W. EVANS, Manager.
W 111 bo opened for tho reception of guests
JnnolS, Newly built and newly furnished.
Modern Improvements, clectrlo bells, gas,
water. MRS. M. J. COLLHY.
Of tbo Clarendon,
Westminster Park, Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
"Unquestionably tbo finest location In tho
1,000 Islands." Hnrper's Magazine, Septem
Rates 82 to 83 per day, 810 to 817 por wcok.
Special rates to famines and parties. Send
for Illustrated pamphlet.
II. F. INQLEII ART. Prop
MONJSX TO LOAN.
Ailiertutmtntt unatr this luad, Our Una or
Uu, SScthti for thru Inttrlkmi; 50 cents for Jlx
MONEY TO LOAN:
In all sums, constantly on hand, at S and 0
ptr cent,, ou approved real estate scourlty.
M. M. PARKER,
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE AU'
thorlzcd by tho United Security Ufa In
suranCo and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on improved proirortyhi
Washington up to 73 per cent, of actual man
H?t value, with or without llfo Insuranco;
Loans payablo In monthly or quarterly In
stallments, runnlng-6, 10, 15 or SO years. In
many Instances tho payments nro loss than
tho rental of a house. F. H. SMITH & SON,
l-aa F st n w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
first-class securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No delay where security Is good.
O. C. UltEEN,
303 7tb St. n. w.
ONEY TO LOAN
In sums to stilt
(On Approved Real Estato Security.
U. II. WARNER CO.,
bib y t. n. w.
ftlQll ST N W. COMFORTABLY FUIH
UJ.O Dished rooms with first-class tabla
board, to uccommodnto five gentlemen; $3
Before Taking Stock,
We will give onr customers and tho publlo
an opportunity to pmchaso (list-class
footwear t' prices whi.'li should
greatly reduce our stock.
Commencing Monday, June 21,
For ONE WEEK, wo will allow a
DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT
On All Cash Sales,
SOME BROKEN LINES AND ODDS JND
Special Low Prices.
Our goods aro marked In plain Hemes; lour
reputation for fair dealing Imui es everyone
purchasing from us during tho noxt week a
Men's, Ladles' and Children's bhocs of all
930 PENNA. AVE.
Dalton & Strickland.
Vl F.W NATIONAL THEATRE.
IN F.vcry Evening 8 15., Saturday Mallnco.
THETHOMI SON WI'BRA COMPANY.
MlflB JEANNIE WINSTON AS rirPO.
Muslcnl Dlrcotor HERMAN PEIILET.
OENERAL ADMISSION l CENTS.
Reserved SoatsSSo. and W)o, .,
SPECIAL MATINKU THURSDAY, JULY I,
IL TROVATOHR. ,
LBAUdlt'S ORAND OPERA-HOUHI5!
Evenings at 6:19, No Matlnco.
LftMONT OPEHA CO.
Under tho direction of Mr. Nat. Roth.
TUB THREE BLACK CLOAKS.
Addlo Corn Reed, Alice Carle, Mabella
Baker, Polly Falrbaln, Wm, Pruotto, (Icorgo
Brodcrlok, Charles F, Lang, Robort Urodor'
Ick, Valtcr Allen. .,. ,
Completo CborWof 00 voices.
(IENKR AL ADSriSMION 250.
Reserved seats M and 75oi
Next -oek-THE IIEOOAR STUDENT. .
Pennsylvania avennn and 11th st,
(Irand Opening Summer Season.
Matinees Mon , Tuns ,Thnrs. nnd Sat,
. Every Night.
Admission, 10. IS. JO. 330.
UNDAY. JUNE 2,
i RATTLE OF BULL RUN
ADMISSION m CENTS
PKOroSAIS FOR CEMENT AND SAND
Ofllceof aulldlng for Library of Con'
Kress, 143 East Capitol strcot, Washington IL
C, July 8, 1S80. Separate scaled proposals
will bo received nt this bfllco until i p. m. on
THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
J U1.Y, istw. nnu oponou immediately incro
ntlcr In presence of bidders, fur fnrnlsblng
nnd delivering nt tho slto of tho Building for
Library of Congress, In Ibis city, 14,000 bar
rels Natural Hydraullo Cement, COO barrels
Portland Cement, 3,000 cublo yards of Rivet
Sand, Specifications, general Instructions
nnd conditions and blank forms of proposals
maybe obtained on application to this of
fice. BERNARD II. OREEN, Superintendent
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF
tho Socrotary, Washington. D. C, Juno
a, ItSO. Scaled proposals will bo rcoclved
at this Department until two (S) o'clock p.m.
THURSDAY, JULY 11, 18h9,for cutting, sow
ing and laying now carpets, nnd marking car
pets for shipment, nnd for cutting and laying
linoleum nud matting, and rolaylng old car
pets. Instructions to bidders can bo had
upon application to tho olllco of tho superin
tendent. Tbo right to relent any and all
bids is reserved. Partial bids wfll not bo
considered, fraposals should bo addressed
to tbo Secretary ot tbo Treasury, and In
dorsed; "Proposals for cutting and sowing
carpets, etc." W. WINDOM. Sccrotary.
PROPOSALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
AND ERECTION OF A POLICE PA
'1 HOLTEI.LUHAPH AND TELEPHONE SYS
TEM. Ofllca of tbo Commissioners, I), O.,
Jnno 27, lfihO. Sealed proposals will boro
celvedat this olllco until 13 o'clock m. on
MONDAY, July 13. IPSO, for tho construction
and erection of n PollooPntrol Telegraph and
Telephone System In the city of Georgetown,
District of Columbia, Blank forms of pro
posals nnd specifications can bo obtalnod nt
thoorTlcoof tho Superintendent of thoTolo
graph and Telcphono Service, corner of Sth
and D streets northwest, Washington, D. C,
upon application therefor, together with all
necessary information, nnd bids upon thoso
forms only will bo considered. Tlio right Is
rcserv ed to roject nny or nil bids or parts of
bids. J. W. DOUGLASS,
r L. 0. 11INE,
CHA8, W. RAYMOND,
Commissioners, D. C,
OFFICE OF TIIE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Washikoton, JnnoW, 18S9.
Scaled .pinposals will bo received nt this
uniceuniii jin-cinuK m, 01 'i uuauAX, jul,i
8, 1SW, for sprinkling, sweeping anil cleaning
tbo paved alleyways In tho District of Colum
bia. Blank forms nf proposals aud specifications
can be obtained at this onice upon applica
tion therefor, together with nil necessary In
formation, und bids upon theso forms will
alnno be considered.
Tho light Is reserved to roject any and all
bids or rarts of bids,
J. W. DOUOLASS.
0, W. RAYMOND.
T)ROPOSAL8 FOR FUEL-CLERK'S OF
JL FICE, Houso of Representatives, Wash
ington, Juno ft!, I860. Sealed proposals Will
bo rocehed at this office until 19 o'clock
SATURDAY, JULY 20. IBM, for tho dellvory
ot twolvo hundred (1,200) tons of tho best
wblto ash egg coal (screened), moro or less;
also soventy-llvo (73) cords of tho best spruco
pluoand ono hundred nnd fifty (130) cords at
tho best oak wood, more or loss, as may bo
needed at tho Houso of Representatives dur
ing tho fiscal year ending Juno 80, 1800,
said wood and coal to bo delivered and
stoicd In tho vaults at tho south wing ot tho
Capitol, at such times and In such quantities
as desired by tbe clerk of tbo Houso of Rep
resentatives. Tlio coal must weigh S'ilO
pounds to tbo ton, and tho oak wood mnst bo
cut in threo (1) pieces. Tho wood must
mcosnro 12S cubic feet to tbo cord, and, bo
corded. measured and cut at tho Capitol.
Tho right torowelgh the coal nt tho Capitol
and tho right to roject any and all bids Is ro
scived. The bids tn be Indorsed "Proposals
for coal and wood," nnd nddressod to JOHN
B.CLARK, Clerk of Houso of Itoproscnta-thes.U-s.
Q U. 8. National JIussum,
WASiiiNnTON. Juno 5, I860.
Scaled proposals will bo received until 13
m., Julys. lt0, to furnish the Smithsonian
institution and U.S. National Musoum dur
ing tho fiscal year ending June 30, 1890, or
until tho award of contracts for tboonsulng
year, supplies of the following classes;
Chemicals and chemical apparatus, drawers,
wing frames, etc.; malntonanco of electrical
service, food for an.mals, fuel and ice, glass,
paints, oils unci brushes, hardware, lumber,
stationery, textiles, washing, miscellaneous
supplies, snlo of waste paper and other
Awards will bo mado only to established
tnaniifacturcis of or dealers In tho articles.
The right Is reserved to waive dofeofs and
to rojcot nny or all bids or parts of bids,
i .Blank iforms with spec-locations for pro
posals and further Information desired by
Intending bidders will be furnished on appli
cation at tbo office of Iho Assistant Socro
tary. S. P. LANULEY,
With a view to making impoitant
changes in my business, I will
sell my entire stock of
Embroideries, Laces, Dress Trim
mings, Gloves, H'oTfs, Black,
Black and While, lite Dress
Goods, Gotten and Gauze Under
wear, Parasols, Umbrellas, Fancy
Goods and (lotions
COST FOR CASH.
Wo have on hand a largo stook ot Season
able nnd Desirable Goods, and beg to remind
our customers that this Is a raro opportunity
to seem o 111 st class goods at wholesale prices,
which they should, by all means, avail them
tel es of.
713 Market Space, cor, Oth St,
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholosalo and Rotalt Dealer lo
Woo3. aa.cL Ooal.
And tho Washington Qns Co.'a Coke,
Completo Facilities, , Uottom Prices
. , Full Weight and Moaturo. .
Wood and Coal cUrcct from tho f orost) an d
mines by roll end water, and (too from slag,
tlate and other Impurities,
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and onico. not R. I. T0. , ,
Urnncb " BUAst.s.e. "
Branch " ' (UU Ht st. . w.
Uranob office for orders, corner Toota and I
Dranoh oftlco for orders, comer lath and U
-Bin. n. w.
All connected by telephone.
OCEAN CITY, MD.,
Through 1 Shore in 6 Hours.
"Willi Tlirongli Passenger Coachr
Will on and after .Juno W, 1880, leavo I1ALTI
MORK & TOTOMAC RAILROAU station at
l!l"l M. week-days for OCjiAN CITY, arriv
ing thcro at 7:33 1M.
RETURNING, leavo OCBAH CITY CKJOA.
M, and arrive Washington 1333 p. m.
ciiAB. e. runn,
J, R. WOOD,
BTBAMJiR W. W. CORCORAN
(Capt. I-. L, hlakc) leaves 7th st. whorl dally 1
joiecpt Sunday; tot .1
Leaving at lOoclooka. m.;rcturo!nBYroacho '
Washington about 8 30 n. ra. I'are ronnd-
trip, SI, Including admission to grounds and '
Cma.mab tl, Wt ihi... l.-vn. nth a.
Wbnrf dally for Marshall Hall, leaving at Iff '
n. mrcncning wnsniuRion nuom jajp m.
Saturday livening-Iho Saturday evcnlne
trips, which wcro so popular last season, wilt
commence Knturday evening, July 0, leavlne
nton.m., returning to city at 10-30, and will
cnntlnuo tho entire summer. lartlos golne
on morning boat have tbo prlvllogoof remain
ing nt Marshall Hall and returning on nny
boat. Faro 25 rents.
8UNHAYS two trips, leaving nt 10-SOa.m.
nnd 3.30 p. ro., reaching Washington at 2 and
T;30 p. m. Faro round-trip, ato.
Fourth of July
flips to Marshall Hall on IN1)KPBNI)ENCK
imi. ino sicamcr wuncavo ner wnari, ioo&
of 7th street, nt 0-10 n. m. nnd S p. m. Return
ing, will nrrlve at 1 nnd 7.30 p. m. Faro rountt
trip, 25 cents'.
Jtutlc, dancing and good catering at tbo
MOUNT VERNON. '
Tho Steamer W. W. CORCORAN will rnako I
two trips to Mouot Vernon and Marshall Hall
on July 4, 1889. Tho boat will leave her i
wharf , foot of 7th street, at 10 a. m. anil 8.301
pmr Kotumlngat3:15and7:30p. m. Faro
round trip to Mount Vernon, SI; toallothcc
points, to cents.
Muslo, dancing nnd good catering at Mar- i
Atlantic City, ,
Sea Isle City.
Comment Ing on Friday, July 6. and contin
uing until l'l War, August 30, Inclusive ,
The PENNSYLVANIA R. R. CO.
Will jell excursion tickets to tho abovo men
tioned points every Friday at 85 for round
Tickets will bo good only on trains leaving
llaltlmoro and I'otorono station at 11 a. m.
and to return by any regular train except
limited express trains until and Including tho
chap. e. ruoii,
J. R. WOOD.
General l'ass, Agent.
mO NORFOLK AND rORTRESS MONROE.
DAILY LINE oFsTEAMERS,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 1, IBS 0,
Steamer OEOROK LEAHY wlllJcavo Seventh
street wharf on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at Dp. m.
Steamer LADY OF THE LAKE on Tucs
days.Thnrsdays and Saturdays at 5 p.m, from
Sixth street wharf.
Roth steamers; will stop at rincy Tolnt
down and up, weather tiermlttlng, until fur
ther notlco. No boat tor Corntlold Harbor-
Faie, 81.50 each way. No round trips.
Doth steamers land at Boston wharf, Nor
folk, and mako oloso connection with Boston
and Providence nnd Now York steamers of
Old Dominion Line; connect also with all
other l all and steamer lines, secure rooms
nnd tickets nn boats. Knox und Lloyd's
express will check baggage from hotels and
private lesldcnces. Lenry's telepbono, No.
743 3; I.nko's telenhono, No. 01. '
UEO. R. l'HILUI'8, Supt.I. A 8. C. Co,
WM. I'. WELCH. Supt. V. 8. Co.
FAMOUS EXCURSION RESORT
FIvo hours at tho bench. Homo 8:43 p. m.
T. V. Arrowsmlth dnllv at ft 4.1 n tn rant.,--
days excepted) from ;tli street ferry wharf. I
GOOD DINNERS SERVED AT CAFE, 1 TO
ft 1. M.
To Insure prompt sorvlco, sooure tickets ot J
Htnwnril nn iIphtiikf
SI'LENDID MATH HOUSES AND DATHINO.
i-ino snauy grove, witn onaira and tables for
Plculo parties. All tho popular . '
TARE, r,0 CT8. CHILDREN, 25 CTS.
Liberal rates to organizations.
, , W. W. CHAMBERS.
President 0. 1). II. A H. B. Co,
a w. mni.iCY.
Gen. Manager Transportation.
COLONIAL BUACH-DAILY EXCURSIONS,
Mondays excepted, on tho safo and com
modious steamer Jane Moseley. Leaves Ste
phenson's wharf, foot of 7th st, ato o'clock,
u, in. Returns 0:30 o'clock p. m. Dancing
down and back and on tho grounds. Fine
salt water biithlng fishing and crabbing.
I'm a round trip 60o, Grand family excur
sion evtrv Snlurdnv. Faro, rmitul Irin n
An excellent shore dinner at tho hotel, 50c,
Diinuri!.a3 a iu.
ON THE CHESAPEAKE. S "
Tho most completo In all Iti anpolntmonti m
v. iiy kcvi, vit itja itc,uivuau uay u j uiul
mao River. J
NAVAL ACADEMY BAND.
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND RESTAURANT.
Trains leavo II. A, O. Depot, Washington,
week days, u 03 n, in. nud 1.43 nnd 4 33 p, in.
Sundays, 0.3O a. in., 1:43 and 3:13 p. m.
Lcav o Ray llldgo week days. 0:10 and 8.30 p,
m. bundays, 3,40, S.00 and ti.-oo p.m.
ROUND TR'P - - ONE DOLLAR .
Tho 0 05 n. m. week day and 0.V1 a. m. Sun- 1
day trains connect ut liny Rldgowlthstoamer
Passengers f rom Washington holding Bay
Rldgu oxourslun tickets van taka steamer
Columbia from Day Rldga to llaltlmoro and
return on payment of 10 cents. Steamer
leaves Ray Rldgo week days, 11.00 a, m.; Suu
days, ll.Su a.m.: on return tilpnrrlvC3it Bay
Rldgu, 4.'J0 week days; -1:15 Sundays.
Ilcketson salo at Il.it O. oftleos, 010 and
1331 Pennsylvania nvenuo. and at depot.
On Sunday at dopot only,
milK NEW (STEAMER CECILE, THAT
J will ncooi.modata iXX) people, makes
hourly tilps to lloltzman'u and Upper River
landings from 0 a. in. to 10 p m. Round trip
13o. All kinds j .pleasuro boats forhiroac
tho same whaif,,;
tilt ;rAnguni uui nmcrai.
A LEXANDllW FERRY AND RIVER )"
Two Saloon Steamers, Every hour from-ft ,
n. m. InTtlATj m.
l'MILESl,THE TOTOMAL FOR150, , B
Fres Bxciin.V" for Rabies. Hco Soheilulrii t
II, Usv y -
VNJSJtn op njwva.
v-- v- v
!lf. COM'Il OF DEED3 AND NO-
tary l'lflilo. 408 La. aye., opp. City Hall.
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