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THE WASHINTOK CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING-, JUNE 8, 1885.
Published Daily (Sundays Excepted,)
Tho Evening Critic Publishing Company
Oil D BTBEET, rOHT BUILDINO,
Monday, JuxNE 8, 1885.
For tho Middle Atlnutlo State? local raltu!
wind elilftlntf to colder northwesterly, with n
tool wove, fnlllntf toinpcraturo, followed by
For Tuesday, decidedly cooler weather, with
n cool wave, causlni; u full of temperature of
from fifteen to twenty iloirroes, 1 Indicated for
New Kiifxlnnd nnd tho Mlilillo Atlnutlo States,
Including tho District of Columbia.
Local meteorological report for Juno 8,
38S5 : Thermometer readings at tl a. m., 7-3.0;
7 a. m., 7.:i! 11 a. m., 7ti.7.
ltcport for Juno 7, 1H85: Mean tempsra
ture, 72.(): maximum, B!2.B: minimum, M3A:
mean rolatlvo humidity. tia.iJ per cent.) total
j. reel Itutlon, Inappreciable,
Allausli's-"I'rn Dlnvolo," at 8:15 p m.
Tlicatio Comlquo Summer (lardcn Femalo
ATTfNt) A. Saks A Co.'s removal sulo.
lcfilgerotors, carpets nnd fiiniltiirn sold on
weekly or monthly payments nt Smith', till
Now Jersey aveuuo nortliweit.
Attend A Saks & Co.'s removal sale.
Stz our SO pants to order. Hamburger's.
'Aldernoy Dulry AViikoiii."
Fresh Aldcrney butter, churned every morn
ing nnd delivered In H l. "Wnrd" prints, .loo.,
per lb. Also cottago ehecso, buttermilk and
sweet milk, Go. per nt. Cream, 15e. per pint.
Attkxd A. Saks & Co.'s removal salo.
Nervous Dctillltntoil Mon
You are allowed a free trial of thirty tlajat
tho use of Dr. l)yofs Celebrated Yoltnlu licit
with Electric Suspensory Appliances, for tho
speedy relief nnd permanent euro of Nervous
Debility, loss of Vitality und Manhood, and all
kindred troubles. Also for many other dis
eases. Comnleto restoration to health, vigor
ami .manhood guaranteed. No risk Is Incurred.
Illustrated pamphlet, with full Information,
terms, etc.. mailed frco by addressing Voltaic
Belt, Co., Marshall, Mich.
Attend A. Saks & Co.'s romoval salo.
Drunkenness, or tlio Liquor llulilt, Can
bo Cured by Administering Dr. Hiihies'
It can bo Riven In a cup of coffee or tea with
out tho knowledge of tho person taking It. ef
fecting n speedy nnd permanent euro, whether
the patient ts n moderato drinker ornnnlco
hollc wreck. Thousands of drunknrds have
been mndo temperato men who hnvo taken tho
Oolden Speclllo In their roffco without their
knowledge, and to-day believe thoy quit drink
ing ofthelr own free will. No harmful effects
rc-ult from Its administration, euros gunrnn
teed. Circulars nnd testimonials sent free. Ad
dress, (Iomikn SrEcirio Co.,
185 Itaco St., Cincinnati. O.
For salo by It. K. Ilclphenstlnc, Kbbitt
IIouso DniR Store, nnd also corner Fourteenth
strcot nnd Vermont avenue
Attenh A. Saks & Co.'s removal salo.
Count in Gkneiiat. Teuji .lustlccs Cox,
James nnd Merrick. Sweeny vs. Swoeny;
opinion by Jnstlco Merrick, nlllrmliiK decreo
below, dismissing bill nnd cross bill. District
ofColumbin vs. Younc: onlnlon bv Justice
Slerilck.nftlrmlng judgment below. State of
Maryland, uso of Price, vs. llaltlmoro & Ohio
linllrond Company; opinion by Justlco
Merrick, overruling demurrer nnd
remanding cno for trial. Scott et al. vs. Met
ropolitan ltallroad Company; onlnlon by Jus
tice James roversliiR judgment below. Hend
erson vs. B. & O. It. It.; opinion by Justlco
James nftlrmlng judgment below. Cotharlan
vs. Davis; opinion by Justlco Cox reversing
judgment below, nine vs. Maagrlty; on hear
ing. Kquitv Couut Justlco Hagne.r. Jacobs
vs. l'ost; sale ordered nnd D. O'C'allaghan ap
pointed trusteo to sell. Stewart vs. Unllant;
testimony ordered taken before Examiner
John St. Clnlr Brooks. 'Powell vs. Powell; up
i.earnuco of absent defendant ordered.
Jlrnlnbrldgo vs. JtiiKruder; Benjamin I)
Stephens mado party defendant. Douglass vs.
"Williams: cnle Anally ratllicd. Duval vs.
Duval; rulo against complainant discharged.
Cull vs. Itayne; dismissal of bill without preju
dice allowed. Brosnnn vs. Brosnau; plaintiff
directed to pay certain costs.
Ciumi.sai. Couut Justlco MaoArthur. Hugh
Mrlder, housebreaking; sentence reducod to
eighteen months. Alfred Collins, manslaugh
ter; eleven months In Jail. Maurice Hoach,
assault, pleaded RUllty; thirty days in Jail.
Hugh O'Neill, embezzlement; on trial.
THE POLICE COURT.
Police Count JudgoSncll. Jlaurlco Hoach,
Jr., and Maurice Hoach, sr., affray; tho for
mer was fined S5 and tho latter was discharged,
John Lewis, Fuyetto Waters, Jamos Curtis,
Patrick Harris, Androw Sanford, James Bos
ton, Bryan Downey, Charles and Ed. Claims,
loud nnd boisterous; 85 orilftecn days each.
Dennis Long, Mai tin Connelly, John II. Ham
met, Mary Johnson, John Jcrvis, Wm. 11.
Dines, profanity; $5 or seven days each. Isaao
Hoblnson and Eliza Douglass, vagrancy; 320
or ninety days. Thomas Jones, Bernard
o'Brynn, John Barrett, John Lynch, Jamos
Thompson, Charles Johnson nnd (loorgo W.
Somincrs, loud nnd boisterous; forfeited col
lateral. John h. Harper, driving over side
walk; forfolted collateral. Wm. Ilennctt, In
decent exposure; $!I. Sldnoy Turner, carry
ing a razor; $30 or sixty days. William East
wood, larceny: sixty days. Sldnoy Turner,
colored, asault on Ed Turner; threo months.
Mnitln Donnelly, nssault on Elizabeth Jones;
S5. Hi yan Downey, assault on Olllcer Hogan;
310 or thirty days. William Clark, kcoplng a
pambl.'ng house; $25 und twenty-four hours.
Attlnd A. Saks & Co.'s romovul sale.
At Masonic Teniiilo last night, Mr. W.
1). Hughes lcctuvea on "Treason of Infi
delity." Mvt. A. K. Newman of Denver, Colo.,
discussed tho evils or Mormonisui nt tho
Metropolitan Church last evening.
An ai.aiim of tiro was occasioned last
Hipht bv the explosion of n kerosene laniii
ut 523 Twenty-fifth street. No damage.
Tun alarm of fire sounded from box 135
this morning was caused by n defective
draft in house No. 1000 V street. Tho
Fire Company responded promptly, hut
did not go Into service. No dainngo.
Ik the Court In General Term to-day,
Justice Junifs delivered the opinion of tho
con it in the enso of Thomas nnd Jane
gcott against tho Metropolitan Ilallroart
Company, leversing the judgment of tho
court below nnd remanded tho case for it
A fioht occurred on Iloll.man's barge
ycslerdny, in which n man named llrown
was roughly handled by tho proprietor
nnd his bartender. Tho trouhlo grew out
of Holtzmnn refusing to let llrown hnvo
any moro liquor after ho began to show
tho effects of what he had already drank.
M stuns. PirrrKNoii.r.A.NnMoui.To.v of tha
Cycle Club oh Saturday evening rode oi) n
"sociable" to Sandy Spring, wliero they
attended n Quaker quarterly meeting, re
turning yesterday nt 3 p. m. This is
probably tho longest road rldo that has
yet been taken by Washington cyclers on
Mount Olivet UcMi'rnnY and tho Pros
liyUrtan Cemetery in West Washington
were visited by tho Clan-nn-Oacl Associa
tion yesterday for tho purposo of decorat
ing the graves of tho Irish patriots, Tho
oration of tho day was made by Mr.
Francis McNerhany, There was no music.
Tho floral tributes wero very numerous.
OfrncKits Daly and Clinton of tho
Eighth I'recliict Stntion-Houso about 1
o'clock this morning discovered nn in
condiury llro at tho beer-saloon of Milo
Sweonv, corner of Eleventh nnd Hast
Capitol streets, Itags saturated with coal
oil wcro found sluil'cd between tho
weajher boards. Thoy extinguished tho
lire without sending in an alarm,
Oknekal Looan arrived in this city last
evening at (J o'clock nt tho llaltlmoro A;
Ohio station. His anivnl was not ex
pected, and Ills coachman was the only
person awaiting liiin. Tho Senator was
driven at onco to his residence on Iowa
Circle, and received n number of friends
during tho ovenlng. Tho Ooueral's en
thusiastic friends hnvosccurcd tho services
of tho Marino Hand for n serenade this
Attmd At Baks & Cot'a rotnoyal saia.
THEIR BATTERIES PLANTED.
The Salvation Army ltegln Tholr SIoro
on Washington Vices.
Captain Edward Fielding, staff nldo-de-
camp to General Uooth of tho. Salvation
Army, opened his batteries in this city
yesterday and last night against rum and
lrrellglon. Tho meetings aro being hold
in Nash's Hall, nt tho cornor of Fourth
nnd L streets, and Inst night there wero
about two hundred peonlo Inside- seated
on tho lmrd plno benches, and another
hundred were grouped outside about tho
windows. Captain Fielding lias as his own
aide, ills wife, n rather comely young
woman, who ndds a pleasant contralto
volcn to tho Captain's well-meant cll'orts
to sing. 8ho also is strong on praver,
nnd seems to be relied on strongly bv 'her
husband for that work.
Cnntaln Fielding is of American birth
nf English parents, but was raised In
London, whore ho became unaccustomed
to the ordinary uso of h'asplratcs; ho is
rather short, of square figure, is less than
twenty-llvo years of nge, nnd is yet
struggling energetically to rnlso a slight
crop of mutton-chop whiskers to match u
dandy little dark moustache.
Jut at 8 o'clock last night C.iptatn
Fielding, niter singing a battle livmn,
urged sdino onu to lead In prayer, but ns
there wero no volunteers, ho turned to
Mrs. Fielding nnd remarked "go ahead,"
whereupon she turned up her dress skirts
and knelt to deliver a long argumentative
prayer, in which she Informed the Divine
Being of tho progress of affairs and of
whnt they hoped to do. After another
hymn, another effort was made to secure
volunteer prayer, which failed, and the
captain took n hand himself. Then more
singing nnd n llaltlmoro convert of the
army told at length how good he felt, nnd
inns inc won; went on iiitcriiatiiiu witn
hymn, prayer nnd exhortation, until Mrs,
Fielding passed around the Captain's
deiby hat and realized $1.1(1, which tho
Captain disgustedly explained would just
about pay tho bill for the coal oil with
which the room was lighted. Captain
Fielding says he lias come to stav until nil
Washington is enrolled in the Salvation
Army, and will hold his meetings nightlv:
and, moreover, he wants the papers to tell
this to the people.
"Fha Diavoi.o." One of the most pop
ular of standard English operas will be
presented this evening nt Albaugh's
Grand Opern-IIousc by Tho Jcaunlo
Winston Opera Company. This company
mndo such a favorable impression in "Tho
Queen's Lace Handkerchief" week before
last, that the opcra-houc will, doubtless,
bo filled nt every performance. Jeannlc
Winston takes the role of Fra Dmiolo,
nnd as she is naturally well-adapted for the
assumption of male characters, the Italian
brigand will, undoubtedly, ho as charm
ingly portrayed ns was tho Prince in "The
Queen's Lace Handkerchief." Tho ex
cellent chorus which it will be remem
bered was so pleasing in thai opera will
sing with Miss AYlnton this week.
Co.Miqun Summkii Gajuiks. A vorv at
tractive resort Colonel Snclbakcr lias
mndo of the Comlque Summer Garden.
The breezes blow through tho cool audi
toiiuin whenever there is it breeze. The
tables that have been substituted for the
front seats aro n great improvement. Tho
thrilling "Jack Shcppard" is presented
this week nnd Mamie Dcmorcst's Fenialo
Minstrels disport themselves.
A TroulilcHoino Young Mini.
Mnurico I'oach, a troublesome young
man who resides inSwainpoodle, nn'd who
is on the assignment of the Criminal Court
to be tried to-day for using pcraon.il vio
lence on n policeman, was In the toils this
morning ontwo additional charges nll'rav
and nssault. The evidence was to the ef
fect that he and his father had n liirht on
the street near First nnd L streets, and
btones were flying thick and fast, when
Eugene Daly, a grocer nt First and h
streets, nttempted to send in an alarm
from tho police telephonostntion. Young
Itoach noticed the movement, nnd struck
him on the head with a stone, felling him
to the ground. Ho and uis father were
nlfo charged with nll'my. Tho charge
against the father was dismissed. Maurice
was fined $5 for tho nll'my, nnd a sentence
of six months was imposed for the assault.
His Honor said ho made tho penalty for
the nssnult severe, because Mr. Daiywas
in charge of a telephone belonging to tho
l'ohce Department and was doing his duty
A Gift to Georgetown University.
Through the generosity of ltev. J. Me
Nnlly, pastor of St. Steuben's Church,
Washington, D. C, the Georgetown Col
lege library lias received a very valuable
accession to its treasures, says the George
town Collcgo Jmmuil. The reverend gen
tleman, who inherited from his father (a
man of literary tasto and discrimination
a valuable library, has reccntlv donated
r over ono thousand volumes, chiefly
rrciicu memoirs unci classics, 10 mo in
stitution, thereby enriching this depart
ment of the collection and giving tho
snmo a value for purposes of consultation
und reference that few libraries possess.
This addition to our already crowded and
scattered storo of books emphasizes tho
necessity the eollegu has forentering upon
the occupation of the new library, which
is still in the incomplete statu in which it
was left threo years ago. Wo enter our
thanks here in public to Father MoNally
for his L'cnerous gift, with a hopo that his
example may bo contagious.-
Tho T.ogul Might to Hut.
The charge against Orlando Jones for
keeping a gambling device, and John II.
Hnriis, the proprietor of tho Harris
House, for allowing gambling on ills
premises, wcro brought to test the ques
tion of tho right ot any person to bet
money on any occasion. Mr. A. 11. Will
iams, the attorney for the defense, intends
to consult with District Attorney Worth
Ington to have the matter brought beforo
the District Supremo Court in llanc for n
ruling, nstliat will settle tho whole ques
tion, while an indictment by tho grand
jury or a l ejection by that body would
still leave tho question wholly unsettled.
SuUcilptlons and adrertltementifor Tub Ciiitio
wcelietl at U. It. Flckllnri's drug etoie.
Mil. Harvey's Funkuai.. Tho funeral
of Mr. William Harvey took place at Oak
Hill Cemetery yesterday afternoon at -1
o'clock. The pall-bcarers weio Messrs,
ThoniaK Hughes, Itlchard Sebastin, James
L. Collins, S. T. llrown, A. 0. Pratlicr,
and J. T. Hilton. Tho service for tho
deud was performed by Decatur Lodge
Knights or Pythias.
Pkusonai.. Mrs. John Cox, accom
panied by her children, left this morning
for u month's visit to her father, Mr.
Jumps Welch of Virginia. Mr. C. H.
Fickliug, who has been very ill for tho
last few weeks, was well enough to sit up
yesterday for the first time. Ho hopes to
no able to leave town for a short time, un
til his health is completely restored.
The ItivEit's Cosiution. Tcniperaturo
and condition of water at 7 a. in.: Great
Falls, temperature, 71; condition, 10; re
ceiving reservoir, temperature, 78; condi
tion at north connection, II; condition at
south connection, 20; distributing reser
voir, temperature, 7r; condition at influent
gate-house, 17; condition at diluent gate
ANKOYIKfl THE POMCE. TllO polICO 111
West Washington hnvo been recently an
noyed by finding sensational notes, which
proved to he farces. Last week ono was
found in tho woods Just out of tho city
limits signed by E. D, Dickson, stating
that his dead body would be found hang
ing in tho woods, -Another ono was put
lu tho hands of the police later,
signed by "One who appeals to you
for help," and stating; "I have been im
prisoned lu a cellar about three months on
Qbtieet, between Thhty-llrst and Thirty
The Itovlscd Version of (he Old Tola
moid, now being issued by the Harpers',
lu Franklin Library form, lias been re
ceived by Mr. ltobert Itcall.'IO.'i Pennsyl
Attend A, Saks Co.'s romoval salo.
THE ARMYAND NAVY.
Notes of Interest to tho .Service l'rom
All Along tho T.lnos.
t Lieutenant William I. Moore, U. S. N
was registered In San Francisco last Mon
day, The sister of Lieutenant U. It, Harris,
V, S, N., died May 30, at her homo In Co
Captain Hugh G. Drown, Twelfth In
fantry, Is on leave for ten days from Fort
Niagara, N. Y.
Captain Mason Jackson, Eleventh In
fantry, nt Fort Sully, Dak., Is granted
twenty days' leave
Colonel James F. Uandlett, Eighth Cav
alry, was In Ban Antonio last Monday
from Del IUo, Texas,
Major Albert Hartsuff, surgeon, has
been reliovcd from duty as post sur
geon at Fort Itlley, Kan.
Troop M. Eighth Cavalry, Captain Ed
mund Lull, left Fort Leavenworth Wed
nesday for Its now station in Texas.
Major Peter J. A. Cicary, surgeon, has
been transferred from Fort Union, N. M.,
to Fort Lyon, Colo., as post surgeon.
Major Samuel M. Horton, surgeon, has
been ordered from Fort Hays to Fort
lliley, Kan., for duty as post surgeon.
Lieutenant Frederick Perkins, Fifth In
fantry, now nt Fort Kcogh, Mon., is
granted leave from Juno23for one month.
Major Win. Arthur, paymaster, brother
of ox-President Arthur, Is ordered to West
Point next Wednesday to mako payments
Major Charles Irving Wilson, paymas
ter, will be relieved from duty nt New
York city Juno 15. He Is under orders to
St. Paul. .
Lieutenant Commander William Welch,
recently commanding the monitors ntCity
Point. Vn., arrived at San Francisco last
Cantain Orsemus 1J. Ilovd. Ehrhtli Cav-
airy, has been ordered to conduct n de
tachment of recruits from San Antonio to
Fort Clark, Texas.
Captain Henry Wilson, commanding
tho rcceiving-shli) Franklin ut the Nor
folk NavyAard, left there last night for
tho North on a month's leave.
Hospital Steward Jacob 0. Klcosmanu,
now at Fort Stockton, Texas, has been
granted six months' furlough after ro-eu-listmcnt,
with permission to go abroad.
Mis Myrtls Lo Plane of Magnolia,
Miss,, is visiting her mint, Mrs. James 11.
(Julnn, wife of Captain Quinn, Corps of
Engineers, on Summit avenue, St. Puul.
Sergeants John II. Munch and Iiichurd
Mullorv, Troop C, Eighth Cavalry, at San
Antonio, Tex., are each granted four
months' furlough, to tako oilect after their
Captain Gcorgo Drown, who Is under
orders ns cxecutivo olllcer at the Norfolk
Navy-Yard to succeed Commodore Del
knnp, will report for duty there next Sat
Lieutenant Chnrlcs M. O'Connor, Eighth
Cavalry, has been relieved from dutv at
Arkansas City, Kan., and transferred to
Caldwell, Kan., as depot quartermastor
City Hall Notes.
Justice Merrick affirmed the decreo of
tho snecinl term, dismissing tho bill and
cross bill of Eiuina J. Sweeny and Walter
P. Sweeny for divorce.
The suit of Mary Ann Price for $1(5,030
ngnlnst tho II. & O. It. It., was to-day re
manded for trial, tho demurrer of the de
fendant being overruled.
Hugh Stridor, whd was convicted of
housebreaking and sentenced to threo
years in tho Albany Penitentiary, has1 had
Ids sentence reduced one-half.
Messrs. Patrick O'llrien and Charles II.
Lennos were to-day admitted to the bar of
this District, and the application of Jore
Johnson, student, was referred.
Maurice Itoach, indicted for assaulting
Policeman Fitzgerald a yearslnce, pleaded
guilty in the Cumiual Court this morning
und was sentenced to thirty days in jail.
In the Court in General Term the judg
ment given Win. T. Henderson against
the 1!. it O. llailroad Company for $3,000
for Injuries received In a collision was af
firmed. Justice Merrick, in the case of tho Dis
trict against Livingston Young, nflirmcd
the judgment of the lower court, imposing
upon him a tax of $200 as u commercial
Justlco MaoArthur this morning sen
tenced Alfied Collins to eleven months in
jail. Ho was convicted last week of man
slaughter in killing his step-father, Henry
Uettes, in April last near Gicsboro'.
Marriago licenses have been Issued as
follows: Abraham L. Hilton mid Emma
Hockey, both of Georgetown, D.Gj Joseph
E. Daly and Cathorino Casey; Solomon
Van Praaz and Hazel Marion, both of
Chicago, 111.; Aaron D. Watts of Philadel
phia, Pa., nnd Anna E. Stevens of this
city; John F. Swiggard tuulKatio V. Mor
ris; Jas. J. Allmau nnd Missouri O'Hricu;
Thomas II. Jones nnd Alice Mooro; licuju
niln Kidd and Annie Eagan; Henry llon
durnnt and Sallie Sapp; .losoph H. Hauco
and Luly M. .Gllliand; W. 1). Hammond
nnd Laura E. W. Lamb, both of lticli
inond, Vn.; J. 11. Deinnsey of Orange
County, Vn,, nnd Ennun L. Smith of Mad
ison County, Vn.
General Logan's Intentions.
"He is a candidate for tho first placo in
1SSS," saws the Washington correspondent
of the llWW. In tho event of his failing
to secure that lie will only bo too glad to
remain in the Senate. Mr. Cleveland will
Unci him ono of his most staunch suppor
ters in confirming his nominations. Tho
General does not believe in making any
small war on tho President upon any
mere narrow issue of patronage"
Tmr.n Anni VEnsARY. Tho third anni
versary of tho Seaman's Ilethol Itotreat,
near tho Navy-Yard, was observed yester
day in a very impressive and profitable
manner. Tho music, under tho direction
of Dr. Frank Woodman and wife, was
very satisfactory, ltev. W. II. Chapman
gavo very Interesting reminiscences of the
Seaman's llcthel of llaltlmoro and Its work,
forty years ago, when it was under the
charge of ltev, S. Kramer, and instanced
tho conversion there of u number of ro
markablo mon, among whom was tho
tainted Alfred Cookman. The Hon. S. F.
Carey of Ohio then, in his masterly milli
ner, fed and feasted tho nudienco intel
lectually to its superlative satisfaction.
Doubtless tho most of tho nudienco will bo
pie.scnt on Friday evening, tho 12th in
stant, nt 8 o'clock, when this venorablo
man of God and Inimltnblo defender of
pure piluciplcs will speak again. Those
wishing to enjoy a rare treat intellectually
will bo well to bo present.
PnnsoNAL. The family of tho Hon.
Samuel Itnudall nic expected to leavo tho
last of tho week to spend tho summer in
Pennsylvania. Mr, Wm. L. Cowen, who
has been spending a few weeks in Now
York, will return to tho city to-day.
Tin: L'Ai'iToi. Conceuts. The regular
concerts of the U, S. Marino Hand at tho
east front of tho Capitol will begin on
Wednesday next at 0 o'clock,
A Close Hack. An interesting boat
race occurred on the Eastern Drauuli last
Saturday evening for the championship
of the Government Printing Olllco. The
conlci-ting parties wore Messrs. Forguson
and Nolly against Comwell and King,
the llrst pair winning by half n length.
Tin: Catholic Knicuitb. llrauch No.
109, Catholic Knights of America, hold
their legular meeting last evening In
Washington Hull, ltev. Father Hughes
and C, T. Hrldo were received into active
membership. Dr. F. X. Dooloy, their
delegate to tho Supremo Council recently
belli in New York, made his report.
Attknii A. Saks & Co.'s removal salo.
Tho JIIkIi Ton J'txtpoiiotl,
The Qtiautico High Tea has been post
poned until to-morrow afternoon, when it
will take placo without fail.
Attkki) A. Snks A C'o.'s lomoval sao.
A SINGULAR BOOK.
Sclntltlntlnc With Snrensm and llrll
limit With Truth.
A'cic Vork Cor. American llurat Home.
Chap. I, "Has Malaria;" goes to
Chapi II. "Overworked;" goes to
Chap. Ill, "Has Hhcuinatlstn;" goes to
Chap. IV. Has n row with his Doctor.
The above chapters, Mr. Editor, I find
In n book recently published by an
anonymous author. I havo read a deal of
sarcasm In my day but I never read any
thing equal to tho sarcasm herein con
tained. I suspect the experience portrayed
is a personal ono; in short, the author In
timates ns much on page 31, Let mo give
you n synopsis!
"Malaria" as it states, is the cloak with
which superficial physicians cover upn
multitude of 111 feelings which thoy do
not understand, and do not much euro to
Investigate. It is also a cover for such
diseases as thoy cannot euro. AVhcn they
ndviso their patient to travel or that ho
has overworked and needs rest and Is
probably suffering from malnria, it is a
confession of ignorance or ofinabllitv.
The patient goes abroad. Tho change is
n tonic nnd for a time lie feels better.
Comes home. Fickle appetite, frequent
headaches, sevcro colds, cramps, sleep
lessness, Irratibility, tired feelings nnd
general unfitness for business, aro suc
ceeded in duo time by alarming attacks
of rheumatism which Hits about Ids
body regardless of all human feelings.
It is muscular In his back, Articular
in his Joints. Iullamiuatorv, mvl how
he fears it will fly to his heart! Now oil'
he goes to the springs. The doctor sends
him there, of course, to get well; at tho
same time lie docs not really want him to
die on Ills hands I
That would hurt his business I
Hotter for a few days. Hcturns. After
n wliilo neuralgia transfixes him. He
bloats; cannot breathe; has pneumonia;
cannot walk; cannot sleep on his left
side; is fretful; very nervous and irrita
ble: is pale and llabby; has frequent
chills and fevers; everything about him
seems to go wrong; becomes suspicious;
musters up strength nnd demands to
know whnt is killing him I
"Gieat heaven 1" ho cries, "why hnvo
you kept inc so long In ignorance 7"
"Hecnuse," said the doctor, "I rend your
fnte five years ago. I thought best tokeep
you comfortable and ignorant of tho
He dismisses the doctor, but too late I
His foituue hns all gone to fees.
Hut him, what becomes of him?
Tho other day a well-known Wall street
banker said to mo: "It is really astonish
ing how general llright's disease is becom
ing. Two of my personal friends arc now
dying of it. Hut it is not Incurable I am
certain, for my nephew was recently cured
when his physicians .said recovery was
impossible, Tho caso seems to mo to bo a
wonderful one." This gentleman formerly
represented his government in a foreign
country. He knows, appreciates and do
clarcs the value of that preparation, be
cause his nephew, who is a son of Danish
Vice-Consul Smith, was pronounced in
curable when tho remedy, Warner's safe
cure, was begun. "Yes," said his fatiier,
I ,was very skeptical, but since taking that
lcmedy the boy is well."
I regret to note that cx-PresIdont Ar
thur is said to ho a victim of this tcrriblo
disease. He ought to live, but tho proba
bilities ore that authorized remedies can
not cure him, his physicians will not ad
vise him to save his life, as so many thou
sands hnvo done, by tho uso of Warner's
safe euro which General Christiansen, at
Drexel, Morgan it Co.'s, told mo ho re
garded "as a wonderful remedy."
Well, I suspect the hero of the book
cured himself oy the samo means. The
internal evidence points very strongly to
I cannot closo mv notice of this book
better than by quoting his advice to his
"If, my friend, you havo such an ex
perience as I havo portrayed, do not put
your trust in physicians to tho exclusion
of other remedial agencies. They have
no monopoly over disease, and I person
ally know that many of them are so very
'conscientious' Hint they would far prefer
that their patients should go to Heaven
direct from their powerless hands than
that they should bo saved to earth by tho
use of any 'unauthorized' means."
And thaltho author's condemnation is
too true, liow many thousands duped, and
yet lescued, as he was, can personally tcs-
Attend A. Saks & Co.'s removal sale.
Now York Stock Market.
Tho following havo been furnished by J.
Vance Lowla, broker, southwest corner Elfilith
and !' streets:
Ij Shore. .
mn 5iitf i.&Nnsh,
I I III ux, ..
Del & 11..
Wni lOro Trans
Tho following summary Is by 11. K . Plain &
Co., St. Cloud building. Ninth and F streets:
Pot k July..,
Li. ifwiu DU
i r72' 0 05
(I 05 I (t 75
Tho Orionlng Mnrkot.
Chicago, Juno 8. Markets nil higher
this morning on account of the sudden
clinngo in tho weather. Frost Is reported
in sonio localities lu wheat belt and gen
eral desire to buy by good patties.
11. K. Plain & Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed yes
teidny, 70. Opened today, 71MS; highest,
70Jfi; lowest, 7t)H.
Tlio following mo tho closing quotations of
tho Washington Stock Kxclmnno fo-day us fur
nlslicd by Jlossrs. Towers &, Uieen, bankers:
Washington & Georgetown bonds 11(1
Metropolitan stock 81
Columbia stock :io.
Koith Capitol undo street 10
Anacosthi .' 8
Washington City Gaslight Co -WA
Georgetown Gaslight Co 41
Franklin Insurance Co
National Metropolitan Insurance Co.....
National Union Insurance Co 17)6
Arlington InsurnucoCo..,., VM
Columbia Insurance Co 10
Ci'crman-Ainerlcnn Insurance Co
Potomac Insurance Co 15
Illggs Iiisurnnco Co (i
lloutilof l'nblloWoiks (JiociiHs Oil
Masonic Hall bonds , lo'J
Washington Mniket Co. stock It)
" bonds 105
Inland ami Scaconst Co. stock
" " " bonds 05
Washington III !ck Machine Co. stock,... tw
Hank of Washington (10
Itnnk of Washington ;t()
National Metropolitan Hank , 1U5
National Hank of tho ltuimbliu 150
l'armors' nnd Mccnanlesf National Hank
Georgetown. , ,...(.,;. Ml)
('It Iens' National Hank.,..,.,.., W.V,
Second National Dank . . . , ( 107l(i
Centi al National llauk , , , , . . ,
(Heat Pulls Ko Co 88
Ileal Estate Tltlo Insurance Co ion
Pennsylvania Tolephono Co 55
Chesapeake & 1'otomiK Telephone Co,,,, 55)6
V. H. JClectrlcMKlit Co :
JAMES H. McGILL,
Denier In HUIMUNG SlIl'lT.IUS,
003 to Oil G stioet northwest, next National
Architectural Iron Work, Comont, Plaster,
Flro Illicit, Flio Clay, Wall filnte, IMlnts, Oils.
Glass, etc, Jo5
AT THE COMBINATION!
A Crand Juno Toast will tako place FRIDAY, Juno 5, and will oontlnuo far
All llic Milliliter dollcncy will bo displayed lu a royal mnnnor, ovary dopnrt
inoiit presided ovor by pnlllo nnd attentive elorkn, nml now fabrics
largely ndtlod to our already Immense display.
New Short Knds that are very pnlntnhlo to our Customers, but Indlgostlblo to our competit
ors. You surely must como, ns wo wnnt you. Tho Inducements aro of such nature that war
rant your presence Kvcry dollar's worth of Short Knds you buy rou miyo 38 per cent, by
ncttuil count. Tho following bill of goods which was sent to W. I.. Macatco, Cotton Factor,
Houston, Tex., will show you what a saving thero Is In buying short-length goods:
c. j itr i.ui-u iu ill i i, tit; ...... .....,. .ij
HHMi yds organdies ntOKo 2 51
40 yds Pride of tho West Cotton nt 8)ic. !1 40
COHi yds.l'equot, inibleuehed, at OHc... 1 Dl
48 yds Albatross nt!2Wc SO
20 yds of Zephyr nt llo a 80
Itiyi yds llrocado I.aco Hunting nt Be..,. 1 2'2
ill yds Sntlnont He 'I '18
711 Vila T.nn-n nt !ln 10
Fortune seems to sinllo upon us In tlio slinpo of our success to got now Short Ihuls,
In Hpltn of tho advancement of the season. Just think, T.iidlosl
3,500 yds of French Chnllcs, beautiful styles. This Is now. All thoso thnt have waited
so patient for theso goods tonppenr ngnin aro now ro warded Jm
FOO yds Mohair, yard wide, In flno light shades. This now. Just half the prlco...... .....ViyHo
400 yds of Ilrnp do Alma, in brown and black. This Is new. Those goods aro doublo
width, and aro sold for ;lkio ......iso
700 yds of doublo width Canvass Cloth, warranted every thread wool. T'ho novelty of
tlio reason In tho best shades, tan, ecru and light brown o
11(10 yds of full-width Satlncs, In tlio most cxqulslto patterns, 5o per yai d saved 10o
noo yds more of Sheppnrd's 1'Inld Zephyr Cloth that took well Ho
200 yds of Ilroendo Nut In, In light und medium blue, blego and gcmlnrmo to
ilOOyds velvet effect Tnpcstilcs for lambrequins or coverings, nntlquo styles nnd Just nt
one-third tho prlco 2-o
R cases of the l'nttcrn Lawns, different quantity hi a piece '-o
!1 eases of Flno Stanhopo Lawns, In stnplo nnd fancy stylos ?40
2 cases of Pacific Solid Colored Lawns "Ko
2 cases of Pacific, staplo and fancy styles 'JK-o
u caes of Organdies, In tilnln, colors and ilgiued , OHio
1,000 yds of Light Shirting Prints
1 ciisoorinorol'ihloof tho Wet bleached Cotton "Hjo
400 yds of satin stilpo and check India Lawns 12o
-" -'fftt f!r All the above alo Short ends
uiiiv uiiu lot of Itlnck Jerseys this tlmo. There ain't more than 7 doz. or so. First come.
'first served 1"-
SILK SUN UMBRALLAS AND PARASOLS.
1 lot of Coaching In sntln 7.lo.
1 Tot of llhiek Satin, with 4-Inch lllack Silk Spanish Laco H 0
1 lot or Illnek Satin, with 4-lnch lllack SllkSpanlsh Laco 1 "!'
1 lot of Silk Parasols, paragon fame, In blnck and brown 1 j
1 lot of Silk Pnrnsols paragon frame, In black nnd brown 1 ''J
25 rolls of Whlto nnd Check Matting Ro
25 rolls of Fancy Matting J2HjO
40 rolls of Fancy Matting 15o
New inn cities ngnln In nillllnory. If you call Gils week you will find dtO'crout
shape, lints, ill lie rent styles of Trimmings nnd u good selec
tion of Children's lints.
NOW COME OUR SPECIALTIES.
V.'o never leave them behind, ns they always prove to bo a whining
Ladles' American Lisle Hose, full-fashioned, very flno gaugo, any Bhado you
Children's Gauze Vests
Ladles' Flno (Inuzo Vests, sold at 30o nil over town
Ladles' Flno llalbrlggan Vests, low neck and short sleeves
Men's flnuzo Vests
Men's llalbrlggan Vests ,
Ladles' Linen Capo Collars, wai ranted linen
Ladles' Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
Ladles' Spanish Laco Fichus
10 gross of flno Toilet Soap
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT.
You must not slight this Department. No matter where you deal or what
Ktyle of Shoo j on wear, you lire Just In tho right place to pot
suited lu quality, style, width and price.
Double Combination Store
1241 and 1243 Eleventh Street Southeast.
For Generatino Steam.
For Cooking Purposes.
For Heating by Furnace.
For Heating by Latrobe.
For Or en Grates.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY."
40;mifclielf, Crushed f.'I 70 1 40 Buahols, Not Or ishod V2 00
23 DuBUelf,Crusnei).. 2 50 25 Uusliols, Not Or JShed 2 00
fSTDellvered to Any Part of Washington or Georgetown.!
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Successor to The Evening Critic.
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Governmental, Social and Political Gossip or the Day, and to promo
ting the Interests and Advancement or Washington as
tho Grand Capital City or the Republic.
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It Is Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Flro.
It Does Not Burn Out the Grato.
It Is Economical.
It Will Pay to Try It.
and Tho National Republican,
Four Thousand (1,000) Yards of IC111
broldory, recently purchased nt onc-thlrd
(1) their value, nnd will be offered ac
cordingly. FINE GOODS
can now bo obtained nt the price of
Call and &ec beforo purchasing olso
where. E. G. DAVIS,
719 Market Space.
814 BEVENTH STREET.
Tho Largest Stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods and Visiles In the city.
IE. Gh ID.A.-V"XS,
Black Dress Goods, Embroideries,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MARKET BPAOK, WASHINGTON, D. 0.
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Full Stock ot Sun Drabrollna ana I'arasola.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
nilcy Uiilldltic, Cur. Dili mid K Nl. 11. n
Ladies' Tailor and Habitmaker,
730 Seventeenth St, N. W.
HOSIERY a Specialty
K1NTII AND F STREETS,
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Mackinaw Straw Hats
Tho celebrated MACKINAW STRAW HATS
DUNLAP &. CO. of New York
I'earl and Doo color, Dross and Derby liats
In alt shapou, at
WILLETT & RUOFFS,
Bolo Agonta for Dunlap's Now York Hits,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and
LoUlolt lliiildliifr, Bill ami V SU.
Largo and Small Quantities. Mrlctly on
Commission, l'rlvato Wires. Constant Quo
tations. Olllco open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
TOWERS & GBOT,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Northwest,
WASHINGTON, D, 0.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Deposits Subject to Ohock.
Bpeclal attention Rlvon to Dopattmontal and
otbor collections i Uuy and Soil U.S. Bonds
and all District (Securities. Wo lssuo
Drafts and Circular Loiters of Credit
on Europe and the East.
U, K. l'LAIN.
B. E. PLAIN & GO., BroKers.
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and F St.
WASDINQTON, D. 0,
City UoloroncoB National Sank ot tna llo
aniuaeo corrospondojtE MILMINE, uod
MAN & CO.
Constant quotations ot tho Chicago and Now
York Mnikota fiom direct private wlros.
V. U. LILLEY.
T, A. EBNDia.
P. B. Lffley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1427 if BTBEET N. W., WA8UINaTON,D. (J.
ubanou orriOK-4 s. noliiday ut uaitimoro
CWllallway and otuor Becurltlos bougbt
and sold on Commission only, moats aud
bonds bougut for investment or carried on
SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE LAOER
TUB BEST IN THE DI8TBI0T,
SAMUEL G. PALMER, Arjent,
l'J24 TWENTY.NINTH BTBEET NOBTHWEaT
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