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THE WASHINGTON CKITIC, FH1DAY EVENING, JUNE 12, 1885.
A MALT EXTRACT.
" PURE AND ECONOMICAL.
N. W. BUBOHBLL,
1325 F STREET.
PEAOE! PEAOE! PEA0EI
WILSON'S CELEBRATED WHISKY,
DUFFY MALT WHISKY, ...
ROYAL OREAM AND CABINET WHISKY,
Cor. Tlilrrt nnil A Hlr)lii a. p.
BROWING & MIDDLETON,
Wholosalo and Itotalt Doaloro in
Groceries, Fine Wines.&c.
AGENTS FOR WERNER'B
A I'uro American Wlno. All tbo bost Foreign
Cordials ond Bitters. Wo nro also Agontsfor
tbo Oolobratod olybmio wateii, ana
Calvin Shafer'8 Wild Cherry Rook and Ryo
McCAULEY & DELLW1G,
SUA Fcnna. avo. cast, and to
DELLWIG & McCAULEY,
Oor. 2'd and 0 ate. n. o.,
' FOIl PURE MOCHA, JAVA, MARAOAIDO AND
BAItltOUU A HAMILTON,
014 to 010 rennn. avonuo.
LOOK AT THE
$15 Plain and Check Suits
e: b. babnum & co.'s
931 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
1111 PENN. AVE.
Oyercoatiis anil Tronserings
01 my own Importation, now recolved. Gentle
men, please call. Inspect and leave yonr orders at
THE LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISH
KKNT OP WASHINGTON. Best Goods. Best
Trimmings. None bnt first-class workmen em
ployed at 1111 PEHN, AVENUE.
IMPORTER AND TAILOR.
B. ROBINSON & CO.,
The Boys' Clothiers,
000 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
We will offer onr entlro BtocK ot Ovorcoato
at Kroatly reduced price?.
421 Seventh stroot,
(under Odd-Follows' Hall),
no21 M. F. EIBEMAN, Mnnagor.
Excelsior Clothing House
1217 Pennsylvania Avo. 1217
A. SAKS & CO.,
LEADERS IN CLOTHING,
816 jflk.3STXJ SXS 7TH ST.
I. HAMBURGER & SONS,
TAILOltS AND CLOTHIEH3,
0(0 PKNNA.AVE.. under Metropolitan Hotel,
Capital Prize, $150,000.
"Weaonertoycemtyihae weevpervtie thtar
rangementifor all the Monthly and Semi-Annual
Iftawlngi of The Louittana Matt Lottery Com
pany, and in person manage and control the
Vrawingt thtmttlvtt, and that the tame are con
ducted with honeity, falrnm, and tn good faith
toward allpartlet, and we authorize the Company
toviethUatrHflcate, with fac-tlmllti of our ilfl
natures attached, in Iti advertnementi."
Otfer Half a, Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Company
Incorporated in 1FC3 for H years by tbe Leglsl
lature for Educational and Charitable purposes
with a capital of l,uoo,uoo to which a reserve
load of over tsw.o'w bus since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was niado a part of tbe prt-sent HUtu Constitution
Udopted Dccemlier 2, A. D. Ht7.
Ilk (Jl'WIItlNlllKlvXllllllli'l'ni'llUlllUH will
take placu monthly. It mirr icntce orpottpviici.
lAutk at tbo following dlstrluutloui
IMlitt Ui-niul Monthly
In (lie Acn.lciny ur.lliiHlr, Now Orleans,
TUKMlAY, JUNK 10, 1885.
Under tlie personal supervision and management
Gen. G. T. BEAUREGAR6,orLoiilslaiia,&
Gen. JUDAL A. EARLY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
jWNotli-o Ticket nre Ten Dolliim
only. JInlvex, QfS. FlltliN.ftl), TumIiin.SI.
LIST OP PH1ZK&
1 OAWTAL PIUKK OP SlW.000 flW.OOO
lJKANll'itlZKOF 60,000 SO.OOO
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20.000 20,001)
SLAHGKl'lllZkHOP 10,1X11) 2C.U00
SLAKUU PRIZES OF 8,000 sw.uuO
soritiZEaop 1,0(0 so.ooi)
M " 600.,.,. 2.1,000
no " uou, no,ooo
SU) " 201) 40,0110
u " . loo.. oo.ajo
l,(tO " fiO 60,000
ion AppioxUmuiou Frizes ui .kki SiO.ono
100 " 100 JO.OOO
no 75 -.. 7,600
2,27!) Frlres, amounting to SSoo
Application lor rates to clubs sbonld bo mads
puly to tao office of tbo Company In New Or.
For farther Information write clearly, giving
lull address. IMlHrAX. NOVKM, (express
Wnrev Orders or New York Exchange In oral
nar j letter. Currency by Express (all sumsol
(ft and upwards at onr expense) addressed
W. . IIVTH'IUN.
tinvi OrlemiN, I.n.
Make r. O, Money Orders payable and address
Jteglctcred Letters to
KfiW OBLKANH NATIONAL 1IAN1C.
New Orleans, Ail,
Spring ai Summer
TIJItAM JIAVKS IN STltATfOIlI).
Oncol Journeyed whllo tlio mavH
O'er tlio EnRllsli mcnrov kihirs
It was benulcous summer weather,
All tho roads with inttslo roK.
Illram Hayes wn my eomimnton,
KtrnlRht from lhHtoti ho had como
I'urso ns lone ni John .1. Astor,
Head as hollow as a drum.
Townrrts tlio leafy litnoi of Warwick
Merrily tbo stnRO coach llnw
How 1 clnppcd my hnmU nnd shotitod,
"Soon In Stratford we'll ho duo."
"What of that?" asked weary Hlrnm,
Wo shall ceo tlio splro of Avon
When wo mount up yonder hllll
"Tlicro Ms homo was; there his (rraVo In
Thcro his fancier Brow NUbllmo;
Thero ho plumed his mljility pinions,
Ilullt his fnmo up for all time."
"Drive on faster! I shan't stop thcro?',
Muttered Jlr, Illram llnyoi;
"Slinksncaro never wonld lie thought of
JI ho hadn't writ them plays!"
t Atlantlo Monthly.
LAPSE FROM GRACE.
Wc readied tlio house, unit tumbling In
to bed slept tlio sleep of tlio righteous until
morning. An early breakfast of limn nml
e(.g, hot blbcuit, potatoes nnd hot coll'eo
beiiu; disposed of, wo struck out for Cold
Creek, hnlf a mllo from Undo 11111'h. Wo
wnntcd tho bob-sled nnd tlio mule, Yellow
.Inck, but Unclo 1)111 could not snare thorn,
liu snld. Wo reached tho timber, which
was low nnd bushy, Interspersed with
hnzel thickets nnd brush heaps. Hero wo
started in, nnd had hardly entered tho
edgo of tho brush when a flock of aunll
Inured up from under n fallen log. NIxy
got two birds with hla right-hand barrel
nnd n miss with his left, while I dropped
n hen bird with my first barrel, but re
served my second barrel.
As we stepped forward a. flno cock bird
jumped out nnd wheeled In n seinl-cirelo
over the thicket, but I was lendy for him
nnd killed him clean. Wo reloaded, and,
ns Xl.ty wns slinking tho snow from his
hi ids, u rabbit hopped out of a nest of
leaves nnd wits oil llko a streak. Nlxy
dropped tho qunil, brought Ills gun to his
shoulder ns quirk ns llghtnTiig bnng.
"How can you kill those downy littlo rab
bits, Kixy," I said. Wo tramped tho brush
faithfully until 2 it. in. Through briers
nnd over tho olcl stake-and'rider fences,
nlougahcdga or two, nnd over hill nml
hollow. Then wc started for home with
our hunting coats filled with jgaitio. Nlxy
hud got a snap-shot nt a prairie chicken,
nnd was lucky enough to bring him down,
and had Lcjldc eight rabbits and thirteen
I had live rabbin? nnd eleven qunll for
niv quota nnd it teriiblo nppctfto for n
pqiwre menl. When wo got to tho house
Uncle, Hill lcgalqd us with thrilling uc
couuts of the game he had seen on llrush
Creek, two nnd a hnlf miles from his
place. Wo begged for Yellow Jack and
the bob-sled for next day, but Undo Hill
vns obdurate. Henlbosnld lie hud seen
near home a ccrtnin sheep-killing dog
which ho wns dreadfully niixious to kill
In iomo way, and he described tho dog to
us, and said he would give $5 for liis
Wc promised to give that purp a mighty
wnrm reception if ho ever cunio near us.
After supper wns over Unole Hill got out
the family Hlblo to read a, chnptcr, as was
ins custom oi jatc. ine nuge stovo giowca
with the heat that sprang liom its oak and
hickory contents. The tin doors of the
cupboard sparkled cheerfully, and tho
lamp-light beamed on Uncle Hill's yellow
locks. Tho cotton window curtains were
drawn half aside, and tho snow lay llko a
great white mantle ns lar ns tho eye could
reach. Tho children woiogathcrea in their
little choirs near tho stove, and every one
listened in respectful silence. Uncle Hill
bcgnir) ending In a serious and meditative
manner, and finally leached the last verso
in the chapter, Clearing his throat, he
"JJccauso of the Chaldeans; for they
were nfinid of them, because Ishmucl,
the sou of Ncthnninh, had slain Ged.iliah,
the ton of Ahikam, who the king of Haby
lon nindo governor in tho land." Closing
tho Hlblo softly, his eyes wandered to tho
window. Then he said: "Tho fortv-llrat
chnptcr of Jeremiah ends thusly: 'Ily ,
there's that dog! " . Tho first part of this
r-cutenco wai uttered in a solemn tone, be
fitting the surroundings, but tho Inst part
of it leaped fiom his lips in an involun
tary cxclonintion of surprhe. The dog
hnd trotted around thecornerof the hotiso
and loomed un in bas-relief on tho snow
tjust as Uncle Hill got to "thusly." The
iidden nppnrition was too much for him,
nnd ho foigot everything except his in
tense desire to make an end of tlint miser
able sheep-killing cur.
lie rushed to tho gun-rack, snatched his
heavy double-barreled duck-gun, opened
tlio back door, and sneaked around the
corner of the house. In a few seconds wo
heaid snap snap and then ho enmo rac
ing back again, "Who in the name ofall
tho saints together has been meddling
with this gun; tarnation bluo blazes, who
has hnd it, I sny!" "Oh, pa," said littlo
Lucy Hell, "Andy Henderson borryed it
n Friday morning to killn hog, 'n I icckon
ho forgot to load It when ho fetched it
back." "Tho devil ily away with Andy
Henderson," howled Undo Hell, furious
with rage. "Where 'n thunder '. tho am
onition,'' ho shouted. On getting it ho
pouied in tho shot llrst and tho powder
next. ithout even a bit of wadding to
Then ho started to put some more shot
on the powder, and realized that ho was
getting things mixed. So ho poured tho
stull'outou the floor and began again.
Putting in tho powder first, and then some
paper, no next gave tho wadding a nerv
ous little top nnd then poured in n big
grist of shot. Then capping tho gun
hastily, ho tore frantically out in the
snow, crawled cautiously around tho coin
crib no dog. A ion nil tho haystack no
dog. Hack of tho smoko-houso thero lie
was: thero ho goes, and pop, pop, pull',
pull, and the snot fizzled out In tho snow
about ten feet from thomuzzlo of the gun.
Undo Hill had poured nbout ninety-nlno-huiidicdths
of his powder on the
floor instead of tho bnt rcls of his gun, on
account of his tiemendous excitement.
Tho dog by this tlmo was over tho hills
and far away, evidently suspecting sin
ister designs. Undo Hill trailed back to
tho house tho maddest man 1 over saw.
His very wlilskcis twitched with wroth.
He was loo mad to bpenk. Aunt .Mary
didn't say u word, notuvcu "Oh, William,
how could youf" Tho rest of uswero
afrnid to peep for our lives.
Kixy and I slept In the spare room right
over Aunt Mary's bedroom, and that
night nlterwo went to bed wo heard Undo
Hill's deep volcu talking low ond kind of
trembling. It seemed tons. In tlio morning
ho took us to one sido and said: "Nlxy
I'm mighty i-orry I set you such an ex
ample last night, nnd I don't want tho
IlcmlcitoiiH or Lot .McCord or anybody
louml boo to get hold of It. I'd novel
hear llio latt of it. T giic 1 can hjuio
Yellow Jack and tho bob for you wlillo
Wo told him wo wouldn't tell any ono
over tho rigjit shoulder. AVo crossed our
hearts and hoped to tlio if wo would, and
boletus haVo tho mule. Wo had a glori
ous week, and when wo ran short on"
ammunition Undo Hill told us to go to
lMrlo'tfcioss-roada and get all wo wanted
on his account. WJiou Mark Harr, Hend
erson's hired man, took us to tho station,
ho said: "I tqll vq now boys, William
Henry llarilson Dukes is just a snatlin'
feller, If yo ony tako him right. 'Taint
ov'ry man Mid let you boys shassay round
with a lig to hunt in, 'n furnish yoauin
nitlon too." AVo said Undo Dill was true
blue nnd just bully, ond so ho was. Ho
was nrccluus careful altor that lapse of his
and no never mentioned It again to Nix
and mo. AVo used to go out every year,
and ho was olvi ays ns good as gold to us.
Wo kind' a thought, especially Nlxy did,
that 11 was tho devil in tho shnpoof n
black dog that cama to tempt Undo Hill,
To catch hint when ho wasn't thinking
and trip him up, Nlxy nnd his old man
said tho devil was ulwuya up to somothlug
or that kind,
Hut I will never forget tho thrilling In
tensity of Undo Hill's tones or his eager
look as ho glanced out on tho snow and
said, Hlblo In hand: "Tho forty-llrst chap
ter of Jeremiah onds thusly, Hy , thcro s
that dog." Chicago Inter-Occnn.
THROUGH THE MARKET.
Tho Condition nml Trices of rrnvNIon
Tho directors of tho Washington Market
Company havo decided to introduce; tho
cold storage system Into tlio market. In
tho storehouses largo refrigerating ma
chines will bo used, by which the two
upper floors can bo cooled by pipes below
or very littlo above tlio freezing point.
Tho pipes will bo placed nlong tlio sides
and celling of each room, nnd through
them brine being water with consider
able salt, capable of sustaining a much
lower temperature than clear water will
be constantly forced by pumps, tho brlno
having been artificially cooled by contact
with pipes containing ammonia gas com
pressed into 1800 of Its ordinary space.
This system lias been employed In many
market-houses In other cities, nnd tho
principle employed Is that used in making
ice, Tlio step is a progressive one, ond of
value not only to tho dealers but to tho
A'cgctables improvo with tlio lino
Acotlicr. Tho rains of the past week havo
had good effect on tho Uriinch" vege
tables. The soil has been afforded with
excellent growing qualities, and by next
week all classes or vegetables from that
part of the country will bo in tho market.
Tho only vegetables coming to tho market
from tho South now oro cabbage, tomatoes
nnd new potntoes, nnd by the next market
nil the vegetables will probably be brought
from tho "Hranch." Tlicro has been no
material change in tho prices slnco last
week, with the exception of cabbage and
new potatoes. Firm, solid heads of Nor
folk cabbage, which last week woro 8 and
15 cents a head, are now f and 10 cents,
olid new Charleston potatoes, which last
week wcic as high os 1 a peck, this week
vaiy fiom 10 to ilo cents. Old potatoes are
2o ond yo cents a peck. Avcll-grown
bunches of asparagus, sold by the country
women outside, vary from 0-cent
bunches to largo line ones for 10 cents.
Largo bunches of rhubarb arc 3 and '1
cents a bunch. Light-grown heads of
"Hranch" lettueoin excellcntconditlon Is
.T to 5 cents a head. Knle is bountiful and
Is 15 and 20 conts a peck. Thero are ft low
new California onions at Si to Sl.20ti peek,
which look veiy much liko our com
mon onion. Bermuda onion1) arc 20
and 25 cents a half peck, and bunch onions
nro.1 cents a bunch. Very sharp and
strong-llavorcd spinach is 2. and !I0 cents
a peck. Maryland green peas ore better
grown this week; they oro 2.) and .'50 cents
a peck. Large line deep-red hot-house
tomatoes mo 10 nnd Hi cents nbisket.
Yarns aro 10 null BO cents a peck. String
beans nro much moro tender und delicious
this week, as they camo from thu "Hranch;"
they vary 10 to 00 cents a peck. Parsley
is 1 cent, nnd th vmc nnd sage arc 2 cents
each a bunch. New beets arc plentiful
ond cheaper than lost wcok; they are .1
and 7 cents a bunch. Hright, bolld
purplo egg-plants ore justono-half cheaper
than last week, ot 8 and 15 cents apiece.
Crisp and tender "Hranch" cucumbers nro
!l nnd (5 cents npicco. Lubricous lima
benns arc 15 cents a quart. Tlio llwt
"Hranch" cyinbllng was bought by Mrs.
J. Heck la.t Sntmdav for 10 cents: this
week the price of the sanio vary from .') to
10 cents apiece. Higli-flavoied radishes
oro !J to fl-ccnts ft bunch. Dried apples
aroO cents a pound, wlillo dried peaches
oro 15 and 20 cents. Soup beans aro 10
and 12 cents a quart.
Spring lamb is about the t.amo in qual
ity this week as last week, which is very
fine. Fore and hind quarters of tho best
gi ado is 20 cents; the same of lower grade
15 cents a pound. The beef and mutton
quotations remain unchanged. Choice
mutton varies from 10 to 18 cents a pound.
Kxcellent mutton chops aro IS to 20 cents
a pound. Tho price of veal still vniics
with the mnikct: cutlets, choice, 25 cents;
mo same, good, nio -jm cents u pound.
he same, 18 to 2J cents ft
pound. A'eal is 12 to 20 cents a pound.
xne nest roast ucci is in to zu cents a
pound. Nico porter-house steaks Und
ready sale, varying from 20 to 25 cents a
pound. Sirloin steaks aro 20 cents, and
round steaks are 15 cents a. pound. Chuck
roast remains at 121 cents and corned beef
at 8 to 12J cents a pound. Sweetbreads
ore always in demand and they arc from
.'15 to CO cents a pair. Soup meats are
frfim 8 to 10 cents a pound. The quota
tions of salt meats aio also about the samo
as last week. Fine lean hams vary from
121 to 15 cents a pound; the same sliced is
25 cents a pound. Shoulders are a trilio
higher, cut being 10 and 12 cents; tho samo
whole is 9 cents. Hrc.ists aro 12J to 15
cents. Saltpoik is 10 cents and jowls aio
7 cents a pound. AVcstpholiasare 11 cents
a pound. Heef tongue is very high at 00
and 05 cents a piece. Dried beef by the
piece is 1(1 to 20 cents a pound; the jmiuo
sliced is 25 cents, and the same chipped is
BO cents a pound.
Tho closing of the fishing season on the
Potomac does not materially all'ect tlio
demands of the fish markets, only in tho
way of tho absence of tho fine Potomac
shad and bunch fish, which tho llsli from
other rivers cannot compare with. Tho
obsenco will bo greatly missed, but tho
fish stalls aio bountifully supplied with
fiesh fish of most all other species, and
tho market continues tho samo as over.
Among tlio finest llsh In tho market is tho
boiling lock, which is 20 cents a pound;
Halibutis 15 cents a pound. AVhlto porch
uro getting scurce, which sends the prices
up to 25 and 10 cents a hunch. Codllsli is
abundant ot 10 cents a pound. Pickerel
lemuin at 10 cents a pound, and fi03h
mackerel vary from 10 to 20 cents a piece.
Spanish mackeicl aro 25 cents a pound.
Fresh salmon is tho highest priced llsh in
the maikct, being 50 cents u pound. Sal-nion-tiout,
wiiicli nro very palatable, aic
15 cents a pound. Salt water taylors re
main unchanged at 121 cents ft pound.
Sturgeon jne.H is 12 to 15 centsa pound.
On smoked and salted fish tho quotations
weio thts. samo. Smoked fenlmou is 20
cents a pound; while tho samo salted is 15
cents. Muckci el, smoked, vary fiom 5 to 8
cents apiece. Kelsaio 15 and 20 conts a
pound. Salted shad aio 12) cents a pound;
while the sain.e smoked oio 15 cents. No.
1 mttckcicl mo 15 and 20 cents apiece,
The fruit to-morrow will be moro luxu
rious than hefoio this season. The good
fiuit weather has given an extra tint to tlio
chciries nnd slzo to tho strawlwriics. Thu
ihbtconteloupcs of tho season wore had
by Unglu Sons, produce dealers, this morn
ing. They came fiom Florida, and were
well grown, being large in sio and mel
low in oppcariiuco. They will bo sold to
nionow at prices varying from 50 cents to
SI apiece. No watermelons have yet
reached the market. Tho first of tho sea
ton's hucklobcriiea will be in mailed to
moriow at 15 cents a quint. Sugar-loaf
pineapples vury from smnll sio at 15
cents to the very largo sizo at GO, cents
apiece, Oxheaitand May Duko cherries
aro abundant nt 5 nnd H cents n quart. Tho
stiawbeiry senson Is at Its height, und the
prices of the beriies vniy from (I to 15
cents a box. Tho higher priced ones nro
ns largo ns walnuts. Juicy Florida
oranges aio fiom 25 to 10 cents a dozen.
Lemons mo 25 cents u doen. Lugo
bunches of bananas aro profuse. The
selected fruits aro SO cents; ns they run, 25
cents it dozen.
Tho best Philadelphia print butter Is
forty-livo cents iv pound. Cholco cream
ery Is foity cents and fiesh Now York,
fiom good to choieo, is thirty to thirty-flvo
cents a pound; loll butter Is twcnty-ilvo
nnd thirty cents a pound. F.ggs aro eigh
teen and twenty cents n dozen. Cheese is
eighteen and twenty cents a pound,
l'ouivntY ash ovmii.
Tho quotations of spring chlokons io
main nbout tho snmo as last week. Fair,
tempting and toothsomo young fowls,
weighing about llneo pounds, nro 75 conts
a pair, and vniy neemdiug toslzo toSl.2"
n pair, Old fowls aio tho samo prlco, 75
cents to S1.25 n pair. Yearlings uro 50
cents a plcco. Turkey is becoming scarcer,
but tho prico remains at 18 cents a pound.
Squabs all tho year round nro 50 cents n
pair. Green turtle soup Is In oider at this
tlmo of the season; tho meat is 15 cents a
pound. A pair of 1 rog legs on toast Is do
licious. FrogHuro$2 n dozen.
ON THE RIVER.
flooslp About tlio lli-nwny Oarsmen Who
llcpicsent AViislilngton In Aitm'lcit.
The senior four of tho AVashlngton Club
rowed to Alexandria nnd bnck Inst night.
They wero met nt tho Old Dominion boat
house by Mnjor Applcton nnd AV. It. lnp
hnm, the object of tho visit being to in
spect n four-oared gig that the Old Domin
ions wish to dlsposo of. The boat Is a very
pretty one, ami tho chances nro that it
will be purchased by the AVashlngtorts.
AVhlto of tho Hoppohannocks of Fred
ericksburg wns in town yesterday. Ho
rnys that their regatta on tho Fourth or
July will bo it great success. It is expected
that the Washlugtous will meet tho F.tlra
beths and Arlcls of Holtlmoro In the four
oorcd shell race. A large number of tho
AVashlngton members will accompany
The commlttco from tho AnalostauClub
on tho Potomac rcgottu has not yet been
announced fonnnlly, though Picslilcnt
McKcnncy has mado his appointment.
It is impossible to say what the date of tho
regatta, will bo. Thero seems to bo a dis
position on tho part of all the clubs to act
In the most peri eel harmony,
b'lnithson lias not been out from thenew
club yet, though ho has been expected
over every day. If Smlthson and Sweeney
both row single from tho same club It
will bo nn interesting race between them.
The Metropolitan regatta on tho Thames
(England) was set for yesterday and tho
Argonauts of Toronto woro to start. Tho
Argonauts nro also entered for the Henley
royal recaltn, nt Henley-on-Thames In
July. The crew Is tho samo that the Co
lumblas finished second to nt Wat kins Inst
year. 'I hey nro McKny, bow, 1 15 pounds;
Murphy, 2, 1 15 pounds: Thompson, fl, 103
pounds; Hogg, stroke, 115 pounds. Not a
very henvy crew, yet their friends claim
that thev arc ns fust ns tho Hillsdalcs over
were. Their mile nnd a half at Watkins
on still water last year In 8:22J was cer
tainly n very creditable performance.
Conlcy is being criticised severely for
coiifcntlng to low double with Courtney.
Conlcy has olwoys been friendly to Court
ney, however, and has maintained that
Courtney wos faster than many people
pave him credit for being. Conloy was
ono of the single scullers who refused to
sign the paper boycotting Courtney.
So far Deoch persistently refuses to leavo
Australia, though a very lingo sum of
money has been subscribed to send him.
Ho says he won tho world's championship
in Austialia, nml thcro will ho loso it. If
Hanlan had done so, Hench would not
now bo tho world's champion, Hanlan,
'though ho lost his principal races, yet
made omc $30,000 In money, and as much
moio in presents. Money must ccitainly
bo plenty in Australia.
Tho coinniiltco appointed on the Poto
ninciegotta by tho Washington Uowing
Club consisted of Messrs. dray, Kimball
and Laplmm, instead of AVurd, as pub
lished. At the regular meeting AVednes
dny evening Mr. F. K. Waul was elected
on honorary member of thu club, which
fact gave rise to the mistake.
Tho Nationals won their game yesterday
in good style, though their butting wns
not ns heavy as usual. Harr's homo run
wos a doisy. Powell has worked his way
up from last on tho batting list to near
first. Ho made five safe hits in two days:
a pretty good showing. Morrisscy failed
to get a safe hit yesterday, but White got
In his usual two.
The fi lends of the Nationals cxnect to
tee them make a good deal better showing
at Norfolk and ltlchmond than they dill
on their last trip.
Tho 'frontons were beaten again yester
day nnd tho I'ichmondstlid not play. It
is safe to say that by to-morrow night tho
Nationals will bo In second position.
The restrictions in tho league pitching
rules have now been removed and tho
pitchers aic happy in consequence.
Old John Hatfield's throw or 133 yards,
1 foot, 7 Inches still remains at the top of
authentic iccords. Crane is said to have
beaten it, but it docs not constitute a
Arthur Cuniinlngs was ouoof the first to
Introduce curve pitching. Such a thing
was deemed impossible for a long time.
Hilly Hnrnlo has been very quiet for a
few days, and tho League is happy. Don't
lift tho lid oil'. Exchange.
The annual lcgatta of the New York
Yacht Club took placo ycsteiday. Tho
course wns from tho lightship to Snndy
Hook and back, n. distance or forty miles.
Tlicro was n haul wind nil tho way to tho
flagship, Nineteen yachts entered, and in
every class tho winner wns a ccntic-board
yacht, a fact which indicates their superi
ority as time-makers over tho cutters.
Two new boats, Gitnna nnd Thetis, came
from Boston to beat tho New York ynchts.
Thu former proved a winner in class 1 of
schooner yachts, but tho latter was beaten
by Miscliief In clops 1 of tho sloops.
Grayling won in class 2 and Nirvana in
cIofs 3 of schoonors, and Athlon and Es
piiito in class 2 and 3 of sloops.
dubtci Iplont and aU(rtUtment for Van Ciiitio
tiichalat U. S. J'i Ice'e diuo slot e.
Fijckd Oku Ckni. Isaiah Winston, a
colored man, who was ariestcd in South
AVashlngton yesterday for assaulting An
nie Robinson, wos lined ono cent for tho
nssnull by Judge Sncll Vcsteiday.
Ai'i'oiM-nn a NoTAiiY. Mr. Henry AVox,
the South Washington real estate agent,
was appointed a notary public by the
President yesterday for a term of five
yenrs, to succeed Mr. 10. II. May for this
BT'"! F.M.f-oNS Hn.vTEN. Tho Geoigctown
College Hascball Club defeated tho Fal
cons of South Arashington in a gamo of
ball on tho former's grounds yesterday
scoie, 8tofi; making 13 base lilts to 5 by
risitinijiiiN KnTUitNiNa, A number of
the fishermen with their nets and all the
naraphernalia belonging thereto, arrived
from their respective fishing shores on the
Potomac, yesterday, tlio fishing season
having closed on AVednesday.
for cut pi ices. AVo havo put tiic knlfo into
ovcry department. Eiseinan Hros.,
ilothlcrs and tailors, Seventh and 12.
Klecnnt l''luiiiit'l hlititn,
in whito nnd colored, plaited nnd cor
bosoms, nt Keep's, 137 Seventh st. n. w
Tin, "Sun" IluliaiiiR's Architect.
Mr. A. H. Mullet has bcon selected as
the architect for tho six-story, iion-tront,
Ure-pioof building which Is to bo erected
this season by tho proprietor of tho Hal
timoio Sun on F street, between Thir
teenth nnd Fouiteenth streets, this city,
Trmil.'K nml Traveling H.iks.
The cheapest and bost trunks nt It. C.
Lewis', 020 Seventh street, nbovo I. N. 11.
Price plainly marked on each trunk.
Tho Itulliif: I'ushImii.
"Whero Is Jones?" "Dead." "Dead?
Well. I deelaro! Paid tho debt of natuto.
hoy?" "No; compromised at less than 50
percent." ''llowsor" "Ilo left his better-half
behind him." Pittsburg Chron
icle. ' '
"Is thero no balm In (Ulead?
Is theio no physlolun thero"
Thanks to Dr. Vloice, theio !?n '(.' in Ms
"Golden Medical Discovery" a "halm for
every wound" to health, from colds, ouuslw,
consumption, bronchitis nnd nil chronic, blood,
lung and llur affections, Of diUKsNts.
"Jiihth'K Old Stand,"
01DD street noithwost, buys gents' second
liaud clothing. Koto by mull attended to,
"Aldernoy Dairy AVni;ons."
rrcsh Aldernoy butter, churned oory morn
liiffniiddellvciediiiHi lb. "Wurd" prints, too.
per lb. Also eottaRu cheaso, buttermilk nml
bWtetinllk, Bo. per jt, Cicain, 15o. per pint,
" hi i
School SurintiNTKNim.ST Powkli. Is ex
pected hero on tho 25th inst.
Nounv plnld suits toordcr.818, Hamburger's
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THREE HUN RED PICTURES,
Including Nearly All of the Most Noted
Is for Balo at tbo Countlnc Hoom ot "Tho Dally
It Is Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire.
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It Will Pay to Try It.
I 40 Bushel?, NitUmsheil $2 00
25 Bushels, Njtl!niHhsl '2 00
Washlnnton or Gco-gttiwn."
Wyckoff, Soamans & Benedict,
Washington Olllco, Our. 8th Hurl I'dtn.
iiui'tuiii: rosiTivr.i.v ;uki:d
NT TRIUMPH TRUSS CO. ot Now York and
Philadelphia. 'I ho only firm In tho world who
dnro Uwtiauht tho euro of Kupluro. Dr. C. W.
Duriilium. thoL'icat Tints Kxpert, cenuralsu
peilntcndent. Is nownt tho ST. MARO HOl'IU,,
loinir reniiKjhaiilit nvo. and hoventh st.,
WntdiliiKtuu, 1). V, Ho elves examination nnd
ndtltojff. iiiulficotilnl of Trusses. Call or
send Mump foreliculur nnd ho cured jc.Vlin
I nra ncopptrnmlth Dy trade, and tho small
purilcles ot t,raea and copper from llllng eot
Into mru i'n my arms and itolsouod my wtiolo
ejttcm. Mercury administered liroucnt on
rheumatism, dlO I beeamo a helploes Invalid.
I ti.uk tnadczru tonics oi Utrttt's iJpocltlc, Ily
lep', nriiis 11 til bunilfl uro nil right iisuln. 1
upd tlit-m without pain. My restoration 13
dun to K. B. b. I'LTClt i:. LOVE,
JBti.l), lHb5. Augusta, Cftt.
We hnvouBod Kwirt's Hpoclllo in our family
as an notldoto fur malarial poison tor two or
three terns, and huve novor linowu It to tall In
a tingle liibtunce. w. 0. FUliMiw.
Oumter Co., Oo Sept. 11, 1881.
for six or eight yeaiB I BUIIcrod with ulcere
on my right leg. I wns troatcd with Iodldo oi
l'otneslum nnd Mercury, nnd I became help
Ices. Blx bottles of flwltt'a Hpoclllo mado a
pcrmniieut 0 ire, M. D, Wilson,
Tub. 28, 1885. Clalnosvlllo, Cia.
SwIlt'Q Bptclilc Is entirely vegetable Treat
ise on Blnoil nnd Hhln dlsoosed nmllol Ireo.
1IIB HWUT Pl'r.OIFUJ CO., Drawer 3, At
lnnta, Cia., or 150 W. '-'ad nt., N. Y.
IlLVinrLiu.il. A victim ot nrattifulliunrudoncB
rcuilutt i'rotmture Dooay, Ni.noUHDoblllly, Lot
Mnhooil, .tc, lining tried In vln every known
rtimrdy.haa illKXteil n niiuple meanani eolr-curo,
which he will rxml I lti:i; tohia fllor-nulTTcre.
Ail JrcM, J.U.RhV'j:, 3 Chatham tjt...Vew Yotfc.
A NEW DISCOVERY.
Itumeiltnto rellot ror Cold tn tb cad, Boro
Nose, CMnrrh &c. 10c. n box, y ulo by nil
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH AND TENN. AVENUE,
prropen all night.
HA VINO KKOEHTLY ITT'KD UP A
In connection with my 1'ATENT FROOSQS,
am rieparrd to tnrnlah
ILL1J8TKATI0NH AT NEW YORK PniOEB,
Photogrkphlngon Wood for tho Trade.
1S ELEVENTH BTB.EET N0UTUW6T.
TO THKHOBTn, rTKHTAfll)BOUTnm.ST.
DODDLE TRACK. BI'LENDID HCENI.IlV
B1ELL RAILS. MAONiriODNT EQUIPMENT.
Trains leavo Wnshliifftoii from dtfttlon, corner
of Hlxth nnd II streets, ns follows:
lor rittBhurit nnd tlio West, Clilcneo Limited
l.xtircM of l'nluco SlcopliiR Cars at flMO 11. m.
dnllyi Taut Lino. 1): 10 a. tn. dally to Cincin
nati nnd 8t u.uls, with Bleeping Cars from
llnrrlKlmra to tliielnuatl nnd Hotel Car to
.. 7.JSI!1" ,n,1?l Jtcopt8nturdny, to Chicago,
with Hkeplnu Cur Alloonato Chicago. Clil
rani nml CJutliinatl Kxpron at 7ifo p. m.
ilnlly, w Hi 1 Sleeping Cnrs Wnslilngton to Chi
cago nnd Harrlsburp to Louisville; connect
ing nt Ilnrrlsburg with WoAtrrn' Express with
', ir"l sleeierH for t'lovolitml nnd Kt. Lonls.
I'aelnu Kxtrcs, 10 p. m. ilnlly, for l'lttsburd
nml li West, with through sleeper Hftrrls
oiirg to Chicago.
IlALTIMOnE & 1'OTOMAO RAILItO D.
Tor Krlc, C'nnnndalituu, Rochester, Buffalo, NI
ngnrn, 10 p, m. dally, except. Saturday, with
,.' ".,!!!'.',Cnrs Wnhlngton to Rochester.
lorWIlllnniMmrt, Ixick Haven and Elmlra, at
0:10 it. in. dnlly, except sundnv
For Now York and tho East, 7:15, 8:30 and
11 11. m '1. -1, 10 p. m. nnd l'Jiir, night on
Sunday, 8.110 u. tn., '2, , 10 p.m. nnd 1U:I5
night. Limited Exprcis of Pullman 1'arlor
('nrsl)MOn.m. dnlly, except Sunday,
l'or Ronton without clmnco, '2 p. m. ovcry day.
l'or Brooklyn, N. Y..11H through trains connect
ntJeii-cy City with boats of Brooklyn Annex,
affording dheet transfer to Kullon street,
nvoldlng double fcrrlugo across Now York
l'or l'hllndclpliln, 7:15, 8'.10 nnd lln.m., 2,
I. , 10 p. in. und 1:M night, On Sunday,
H::io a. m., 'J, !, 0, 10 p. m. and l'J:15 night.
Limited Lxprcss, t):lo n. m. dnlly, except
Kor Bnltlmoro, 0:.'in, 7:15, 8:no, 0:10. 11 n.
in., ltl.03, -2. 1, Ata, 1:10, 0, 7llO, 10 p. m
nnd 1U:15 night, on Sunday, 8310, f)I(), 11
a. m., 2. -1, 0, 7:10, 10 p. m, nnd 12:ir, night.
lor Dope's Creek Lino, 7:15 n. in., and l;10p.
in. dally, except Siiiidn)'.
l'or Annapolis, I:!I5 a. m 12.05 nml -1:23 p. m.
dally, except Sunday. On Sunday .1 p. tn.
ALEXANDRIA &. ritEnERIOKHBURO RAIL
WAY AND ALEXANDRIA ,t WAS1I
For Alexiindrln, 0, 7, 0:25, 11:01 nnd lllB
n.m.,2.05, 1:20, 1:15, 0:25, 8.e)5 and 11:37
P. m. On Sunday nt 0, 0:25, lijoi u. m.,
8 05 p. in.
ror Htehtnond nnd tho South, (land 11:01 n.
tn. ilnlly and, 1:15 p. m. dully, except bnudny.
Trains lcao Atexnndiln for Washington t).0..
8. io. 10:10 a. in., 1. 0.05, :i:2.1, 5:10. 7:05
corner of Thirteenth sticet and Pennsylvania
nvriiiir.iitid Inttlio station, whero orders can
ho left for tho checking of buggago to destina
tion from hotels and residences.
CHAS. 15. 1'UHII, .1. R. WOOD,
(icncinl Malinger. Ken, l'.ii-ongcr Agent.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVi: B. ,t P. DEPOT, SIXTH AND IJSTS.)
1 1 iir. A. M. l'or till way stations, Lexington,
Ky.. LotiNvllIe, 1'liielnnutl, Columbus, St.
Louis. Dally oxoont Sunday.
11 A.M. l'or Newport News, Old Pulnt Com
fort nnd Norfolk. Dally except Sunday.
5 1 15 P. M.-I'or LoulsWIle, Cineinuntl, St.
Louis und Chicago, connecting for all
points West, Noithwcst und Southwest:
fust express dally; does not stop for local
busliios: tluough Pullman service to
l'or tickets mid lnfoi inution apply nt V, & O.
Ihillvtny DlTleo, nia Pennsylvania acnile,
uiidir S'ntlimal Hotel: Vu. Midland Itall.vay
olllce.dOI Peiiusjltauia awntie1, iuulll.A.1'.
H. W. PULLER,
C. W. SMITH Gt,let'al I'as-enger Agent,
FRANK Tlllt.t;, N. E. l'msciiger Agent.
BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD.
SCIIHDDLK IN EFPKiT SUNDAY MAY 3
18J5, UMII, FUl'.llIIJU NOriCI.
Ltftve WtiblDRton from Htn'.loD, corner jsiw
Tor CdIojiko. 10 n. m. nnd 10.10 p. m. dully. Tbe
10 ii ni. Ib u Knit Limited Kxprens to I'lusuurgh
maChlrPRO nrrlvlnic In Wltanurgh nt 7,S0p. iu..
Chkeitii uxt tuuriiliik: t 8.S5. Nq ettralaie If
clmii:ed en thtn train lor nut time.
l'ur Uctliiimll. Lnuiivllle hiiU St. Lauta tftll
nt 1 top. in. nnd 10 10 1. m.,ltli tUrouihcoco
uuu 1'MfttcSii.pliig e'urs to bSovo politla wlla
ouldikiixn. :i.Mjp. in imlnlau taat llmlnsl train
to On cliiuhtl bin! St. IauIs. arriving Id Cincin
nati 111 xl niei nli gti 7 45, St. Irfiuls 31 p. tn. -So
exiruliite la iLniKnluii this truln fir fast tlcce,
l'or I'llls) urt-h ki 10a. ui,, nlih l'arlur Cur. and
y.Uip 111. c'tilly in 1'lttaeurtli; Cleveiaidaod De
trull, wllh hLfpliig enra to J'fttabarirh.
Fur Italilmore on wi-ek ilnr. s. s.10, e 40. ".SO,
aanund iochb. m .ij.lo. j.M J.lSMi-ruluuutrln),
3 su. 4.1(1. 4 40. S 4u. (1 4J, 7 d.'.l and 1 1 u m.
l'or in.llla'r( en SiunUtit, i,, m. 7 so, 9 a and
1CI5 K in., 1.15, l.hO, 3.m, 4.40. S 4Q. 0 40, 7. S.SS
hlr' Up in.
Kor t'ulma on the Shenatidoah Valley Railroad
and 1 olnin S-iulli, 'ii a. 111. nnd il.lu p. in. dally,
n.l) u. 111. trulu lias 1'ulltuan Sleeper from Wain
Innlnu 10 ew OrliAiis.
tor AunaiHilb, 6 4ju. m. and 12.10 nnd 1.30 P. m.
on bunilav. S M n. in.. 1 40 D. in.
i or way stations betn-een Washington aud Bal
timore, S, L.4U, ii.iO a. m., 12.10, 3.m, 4. 7 and
11 p. m On HuuOnyn.bliO a. u l.so, a 80, 4.40, 7
ami 11 p. m, )-or siatloua on Metropolitan
Branch, 7.V5 a. m. duly, vxcent Sunday, ai.d SSO
p. m. dally; 4.40 p. ni. dally, except buciUr, for
Drliii IriRlBthlkins 011 Metiucnlliau llraurh, s.40,
m. dally 011 Sunday otops at all ntmlou. lor
Lexington. btannten ana Valley Branch, 8.40a.
m, dnlly, ejci'pt HupiJiit! fur I'rBderlclc, 8 10 a.
m,, 4,411 p.m. dally, exeunt Snudav.
or llaveratown nml Winchester S 40 a m. dally
exrFpt MJEiluy, aud S Si) p. m. dally to Hageia
town, dally except Sunday to Winchester.
Trains arrive Irom the West dnlly, 6. 7.M a. m,
Lis. (..10 p. m.
frjiu Annapolis, 8.30 a. ni. ond l.SO and 3.13 P,
m : Sunday, 10 : a.m., 6 si p. 111.
Prom Lexington, S.30 p. m, dally, except Sun
day. X rom Frederick and Intermediate polnta, S."i a,
m. and 8.H p. ui. dally; exrept Sunday.
TriOiiB kavo Baltimore to Washington at S.tO,
6: 7.20, 0, 'J Oft and 10 N u. m V:.15, :..0. -1, 4, 4 20
S.6.10, P, 9 and 11 p. w. On Sundays, C.),7.i0, and
0 OS a. III., 1 30, 2. SO. 4.20, 9, (l..iO, 8. U and 11 p. UI.
All trains fiom Vi aahlnKiun atup al llelav Bta
lion, except l.'i5. 3,15 nr.rt 0.40 p. m.
Fur lurtlitr Information apply at the Baltimore
A Ohio titbt t oilice Washington StaUnn, (tw aaa
1331 l'cnrisjhanla awuiie. corner ofFourteeutn
street, nturoordera will betaken for bu.ciu.u to
becbeclied and rtcelvtd at any 1 olmlu luvclty,
B. DUNHAM. U Iv. LORD,
(leu. Man . Baltimore. U. V. A.
WASHINGTON OHIO &. WESTERN HAIL
TWO TRAINS DAILY B1ETWKEN ALEXt
AND11IA AND ROUND HILL.
Leave Washltigtou at 9:23 a. ru. and 4 23 p. m.
and Alexandria at :iS a.m. and 4 33 p. m. Pau
Ix-rtbiUK. going westward, at 11: JO a. m. and 6:49
P. iu., and arrive at honud HID at 12:13 p. ru. and
7.2J p, m.
Leave Round Hill at 5:30 a. m. anil 4 35 p. to.
Paso Leesliurg. going eastward, at 6:12 a. in. and
3.17 p. iu Mid arrive at Alexandria at 8 03 a. o.
and 7.17 p. ni. and at Washington at t;l5 a, m. aaa
BUNiIaY TRAINS leave I:ound HlUat 6.80 .
ro. and 4J6 p. m. Arrives at Alexandria at 8.03 a,
m. and 7:17 p. m. and Washington at 8:13 a. m,
and 7.3 p. m. Leave Wanlilngton at U:M a. in.
aud 8:03 p. in., Alexandria at f.S5 a. m, and 8:13
p.m.: pass Lcuburg, going eastward, aiC:12a,
m. and 6:17 p. m.i westward, 11: X a, m, and 10:19
P" ' 8. M. BROPnY, Superintendent.
DAILY LINETO NORFOLK AND rOUTUE-!3
Monroo. Stesmets Oeor-,0 Leary and
Excelsior, commencing May (1, 18S5.
Ouoof these popular Moamera will leavo
Sevcnth-Btieet wharf DAILY, oxcopt SUNDAY,
ntCilSU p. m. l'or partlculntd luqulraatOom-
?any'B onice, 7th st. wharf. Telxpbono No.
18-0. W, P. WELCH, Ooneral Agent.
T OW FA HUH
J-l FORTRtbd MONROK AND NORFOLK.
FfitBT-OLASHFAItK,l: ItODND TIUIM t.Wf.
bieamer JANK MOSKLKY Monday, Wednen
day and Saturdaj nt 3.30 p. in. ,
ruisage and rooms secured at fleneral Oilice,
Blxth-street wharf. Telerjhone call, 01,
i'OTOMAO RIVER LAND1N0S.-Steamer
Tl tOMPSON Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
7 a.m. "013
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
1323 F Street N. W Opp. the Ebbltt,
WASHINGTON, I). C.
(Tbo Clarendon, Baratoga springs, N. Y.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
trooa and coal.
WHARVES AND RAILROAD YARD
12th and Water Hta. 8. W.
BRANCH YARDS AND OFFICES.
(Connected by Telephone)
1202 F stroot northwest.
1MB seventh etroet northwest.
1710 Pennsylvania avo. northwest.
1112 Ninth etroet northwest.
Corner lid and K. etroou northwest,
myO It 221 Pennsylvania avo. Bouthwost,
nun 1 i:oii i. in. nun vtufi miunimit, except
.Monday. On Suiuluy nt 8 and 10:10 a.m..
7.05 and 1 1:05 p. 111. and 12:10 night
Tickets and Infoimntlon nt thnnnii'c., mi thpfltt.