Newspaper Page Text
, -4f . .
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 22, 1885.
JliMUhcil iJnllj, Sundflyj Excepted,
Tim Evening Critic Publishing Company,
HAl.t IT KTT.HOUIIN, rrculilont,
. SCOTT TOWMIS, Tronsuror,
It. II. SYLV.ESTK11, lldltor.
tlrlif. No. Oil 1 Strcot, 1'ost Hulldlng,
Washington, P, a
The Critic Telephone Caul ib 1 1 1-2.
HIdrIc Copy ' Cents
lly Carrier 33 Con la
lly Mull, postage paid, ono year 1 i.no
JJy Mall, postage paid, six months 3.30
Mall lubicrtptions invariably in cufinncr.
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
WASKINdTOK, D, 0.
Monday, June 22, 1885.
JY) tons leaving the city for the summer can
ZnrTiir. Citrna mailed to their address at !()
coif per month, postage ialtl,
imnxuxn Tin: chasm.
The popular supposition tlinltlio bloody
r.hnson wns finally bridged by tho election
of the National Democratic ticket in No
vember Inst litis strong foundation in fact.
There is no doubt but tlint tho people tit
large feel that the war Is over and that
fcctlonnl lines hnvc been blotted out.
There arc plunks In tho Hcpubltcan
Stnto platform just adopted hi Ohio, how
ever, which, If they represent tho views of
tiny considerable number of citizens there
or elsewhere, would indicate that the
arched structure of peace nml rcconcllla
lion is not yet complete, and that there Is
: determination abroad not to permit its
completion, so long as sectional prejudices
can still bo utilized as n party issue.
Jlueli will depend upon tho action of
the oltl soldiers whether this issue shall
bo kept alive. If they fall into tho trap
set for them by tho politicians it will re
quire some time yet to eliminate from our
politics tho most mischievous and ex
asperating element by which it was ever
infested. If not, tho Ohio ltepublicnus
will discover that they have committed n
possibly fatal mistake, in making n Dcni
ouratic administration which is doing Us
iluty by tho country well nnd honestly,
the pretext for a rcnowal of passions and
resentments, which in tho hearts of most
of our Union veterans died out with tito
surrender at Appomatox.
It is proposed by Mr. Sidney M. Davis,
ft member of one of the Grand Army posts
in Maine, to test the feeling of the posts
throughout tho country on this subject by
submitting to the National Kncampmcnt,
which meets at Portland this week, a
proposition that the Government of tho
"United States, as a final act of magna
nimity, make provision for the disabled
survivors of tho "Lost Cause," many of
whom, by reason of their injuries and in
the absence of public relief by pension or
otherwise, have been needy sull'erers for
The Grand Army may not feel disposed
to go so far as to recommend pensions for
their late antagonists, though ns between
soldier and soldier there is individually
tho best of feeling, but wo shall not bs
(surprised to hear from tho Portland en
campment such an expression of sympa
thy as will more or less confound tho po
litical partisans, or at least convince them
that the issuw which they seek to revive
tiro dead past resurrection.
Tim ii:ij:stat.. ruxD.
The "Liberty Pedestal Fund," raised by
the New York World, amounted last night
to the handsome sum of .$70,315 and it is
still Increasing. So great, indeed, con
tinues tlio public interest in the matter,
that the plan proposed somo weeks ago,
of securing the last 525,000 by a pro rata
subscription of $250 from ono hundred
persons, has been abandoned, nnd con
tributions in any sums, from n single
penny up, nre still invited, no sort of
doubt being telt that tho required stun
of $100,000 will soon bo in hand.
The World's enterprise in this behalf is
worthy of all praise. It was a great
scheme in the first place, and it has been
admirably carried out a scheme that not
only redounds to tho credit of tho paper,
but to the generosity of tho people, who,
whcnrightlyoppealedtoin a good causo,
never fail to respond, and without whoso
assistance thus extended there is wo toll
ing how long the "Goddess of Liberty"
might have been compelled to lodge in a
The United States feel a profound senso
of gratitude to France for lier noblo gift.
We may also feel everlastingly grateful to
the World for having saved us what was
fast assuming tho shape of n National hu
miliation. If work upon the pedestal continues
without interruption, it can bo finished
by tho 15th of August, and it will require
about three mouths after that to place the
Goddess in position. M. llartholdi or his
agent will bo here in time to supervise tho
erection nnd look out for possible acci
dents. 3iit. miximicics goi:s a-pishing.
"Vice-President Hendricks may not have
landed so many fishes from the pool of pa
tronage, as lie really deserved or. consid
ered himself entitled to, but he has been
uncommonly successful in yanking cholco
specimens of the finny tribe from tho
bosom of the vasty deep.
Down at Atlantic City the other day,
having donned his Izank "Walton suit nnd
proceeded out to sea, he nonchalantly
threw his lino overboard nnd pulled up
three big ones, forthwith, ns though It
were a matter of course, and he kept on at
the same thing until his arms grew weary
of the sport. His catch for tho morning
was seventy-four bass and black fish nnd
tt peeled nose.
If "Mr. Hendricks keeps on at this rate
lie will soon throw tho record of ex-Vice-President
"Wheeler far into the back
ground. tiii: majesty or tiii: law.
They grow many curious things in
TcxtiP, Among its products is a pecu
liarity in the proceedings of justice which
will occaslonolly. crop out even in tho
older and more enlightened centres. A
ipimler trial was in progress in Fort
Worth tho other night, Tho lending conn
hi! for tho defense swapped words for
awhile nnd then came to blows. Uoth
lyero armed, but each, with a considera
tion raro to bo met with In the Southwest,
Waited for tho other to "draw." Tho
court-room, which hnd been crowded, bo
enmo, in a moment, almost empty, ns
court-rooms have a habit of doing In such
cases; but tho judge was n man of nerve,
quick to act in an emergency, Ho
jumped from tho bench, and as ho landed
in tho arena, ono of tho lawyers for the
prosecution plugged him behind tho car.
Though somewhat stnggorod tho judgo
recovered, nnd in the lnnguago of tho
ridnilTcra of Cojonel Stillivnn, "plnntcd"
the Jawycr "puo between his. peepers."
The lawyer would have "gono to grass,"
but no grnss being In the Immediate vi
cinity, nnd not having time to go out
nnd hunt for any, ho simply went to tho
lloor. lie did not subsequently evince a
very lively Interest In tho proceedings.
In the meantime the two lawyers who
first started the drbato were rolling bver
the lloor diligently dining oil' each others
noses mid ears. The Judge called out tho
jury, nnd, with their iifsistiincc, disentan
gled thcsquirnilngcomhntantsnnd helped
them to gather up tho fragments of their
npparel nnd persons, which woro scattered
tiround tho premises. Jlls Honor then re
turned to the bench nnd lined the two
lawyers who stnrted the row $50 each.
Ho wns n forgiving Judge, too, for ho did
not punish tho innu whom he had
knocked out In something less than one
quarter of n round. This Is evidently a
case where the court "know herself," If
it had been necessary tho court would
have called upon the Federal authorities
It would scarcely have hesitated to nsk
tho President to organize tho begowned
memhrrsof tho Supremo Court Into a posso
(omltatus to aid him in preserving tho
majesty of tho law.
nut. hay not to ih:sion.
So fnr ns enn bo ascertained at the Post-
ollicc Department, there is no truth in the
report which hns been given such wldo
currency by tho newspapers that Mr. Hay,
tho First Assistant Postmaster-General,
has any imnicdlnto intention of resigning
Ills position. Should such n step be neccs
sltntcd by tho utter fnilttro of his health
it will of course be taken, but no such
contingency Is entertained nor believed to
Mr. Hay is devoting himself cillcjently
nnd diligently to tho dlsclmrgo of his bur
densome duties in spite of tho hotel gos
sips who would represent him upon tho
point of retirement, nnd no changes such
ns reported have yet found place in (lie
contemplation of himself or of tho Presi
dent, with whom ho stands in near nnd
31 a ion Hr.jiiw Hi:iss, who died In
Nashvillo on Saturday after n connection
of nearly twenty years with tho Nashvillo
and St. Louis press, was onoof the worthiest
and most painstaking men in tho profes
sion. In fact his death was hastened by
overwork, from which ho caught
occasional reliefs upon his mountain
farm,buttovhlch ho returned once too
often. He was n gallant soldier with For
rest, Van Dorn, nnd Wheeler, during tho
wnr, hut bccnino nt the close of hostilities
onoof the most ardent Union men in' tho
South. Tho fnthcr of Major Heiss was
formerly editor of the Union in this city.
"Whether it is n step backward or for
ward," say tho Philadelphia Press, "Hog
ging for wife-beaters is a step in the right
direction." Wc tako no Issue with our
contemporary on this question. In con
travention of tho generally accepted the
ory, it shows that in somo cases even a
revolution may go backwards.
A Gheek has come in from Khartoum
and calls the Coptic merchant u man of
gigantic imagination. According to the
Greek there is no doubt of General Gordon
being dead. Ho was first shot and then
beheaded. Tho Coptic merchant should
confine himself to merchandize and not
attempt to retail news.
IIetween the grasshopper plague, which
is inereaing in destruetivenes, nnd Den
nis Kearney, who announces that ho is
going to bo n candidate for governor,
the outlook in California is anything hut
a cheerful one.
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
Senator Looan will bo entertained in
HoMon on tho 29th instant by the Norfolk
Club of that city.
Mr, MoKcuni: D. Conway is in attend
ance at tho commencement exercises of
Lafayette College, F.aston, Pa.
The President will not go to Newport.
Why should ho, when ho can get old port
at Washington? N. Y. Tribune.
Vice-President Hendricks on Friday
caught seventy-four bass nnd blnck fish nt
Atlantic, City, nnd enjoyed tho sport im
mensely. Ex-Secretary Dristow nnd a number of
other New York Inwycrs nre in nttendnuce
on the Court of Appeals at Saratoga, com
bining business with pleasure.
The enqaoement is announced at Uos
ton of Fletcher ltannoy, a young lawyer,
son ot Congressman llnnney, and Miss
Amy Porter of Haverhill, Mass.
Mr. Pendleton, tho now American
Minister to Uerlln, and Mr, Kasson, the
retiring minister, were honored with a ro
ccption by tho Emperor yesterday.
Hon. Korert 0. Wintiirop of iloston
nnd ex-Governor Van Zandt of Ithodc
Island have secured accommodations for
the season at Itichfield Springs, N. Y.
It is said that Congressman W. L. Scott
of Erie, Pa., has n contract to market the
entire output of nnthraclto coal of tho
Pennsylvania Itailroad for Western con
sumption. Colonel H. Kyd Douoiah of Maryland,
who will deliverthe address at St. John's
College commencement to-morrow, has
chosen for his subject, "Good swords make
Disiior Lay of tho Episcopal DIoceso
of Easton,Md., was operated upon on Sat
urday for thoracentesis ond experienced
much relief. Dr. Frank Donaldson of
llnltlmoro was tho operating surgeon,
Stonewall Jackpon'b famous war horse,
Little Sorrel, is in lialtlmoro in charge of
Mr. J. 11. Tuft of Ilichmond, who will
probably exhibit him with a view to
raising funds for tho proposed Confederate
jiomc at aiiciimonu,
Mr. Blewitt II, Lee of Mississippi has
been awarded tho incdnl for tho best lit
erary contribution to the Virginia Univer
sity Magaxinc during tho session now
drawing to a closo. Mr. Leo's articlo was
a discussion of "Shakespeare's Songs."
Colonel F. Uaine, Consul-General to
Uerlln, received his exequatur im
mediately on his arrival in that city on
June S, and entered upon tho duties of his
ofilco ot onco. Since thru he has been
pretty busy, having found n great deal of
work to be dono.
Miss Sallie Marie, dnughterof Camlllo
Mario, nnd Frank Key Pendleton, son of
Minister Pendleton, will bo married in
New York" on Wednesday nt noon, and
after the ceremony n largo reception will
take place nt the home of Peter Mane in
West Nineteenth street,
Dn. Ward of the Independent has
brought homo with him from liU goo
graphical explorations in Chnldea a col
lection of inscribed monuments of tho
linbyloninn Kmpiro, which will probably
bo deposited in tho Metropolitan Mu
seum of Art in Now York.
Cardinal McCloskf.y will vibit Now
port during tho summer and will he tho
guest of tho family of his lllo-long friend,
tho loto W. 8. Cnldwell of Now York. It
wns .Mr. Caldwell's daughter who gavo
$800,000 to tho recent Plenary Council for
the establishing of a C'RtholIc college.
JUSTICE TO THE POLICE.
Men Wlio limn Tiki aiurli n Dn to 1)13
Editor Cumc: In Saturday morning's
Post tho editor of that paper says of this
Tlicro Is no nucleus for tho Imodium element
llttlo or no tnnteilnl from which to -form tho
modern lowdy. Under those pceullnr clreuin
stain cs good hclmi lor has gradually como to
bo taken for ginntcd, and the pollco to regard
thpmatlvcins developments of decorative art
with a possible, but extremely occasional,
obligation of gnllnnliy lo nursemaids In tlio
Tho writer is not aware evidently that
the census leturnsshotv n population of
nearly 70,000 negroes in this District, many
of wlioin are Idle, and there Is u consider
able sprinkling of "whlto trash" besides.
Tho writer has evidently never passed be
neath the shndows of the Police Court as
early as 0 o'clock any morning and seen
tho police von unload its cargo. He must
be unfamiliar witli District all'alrs and
lunorantof the fact that last year tlio po
lice of this city inodo over 17,000 arrests.
Tlio l'o't, however, invnrinbly falls to rcn
rccnt tho facts, nnd tnkes especial pndn
in abusing persons who have no means of
defense. P. 0. Liceman.
Washington, Juno 22.
NEVER SAW MR. CLEVELAND.
What Mr. Colliding Said llcforo Leaving
Hon. Itoscoo Colliding, on the ovening
before his departure for Europe, said to a
friend In New York, who has Just arrived
In this city:
"I was not nt any time or In any way
Invited to tako part in tho last campaign
for tho Itcpnblican party, in this State or
out of it, and you know a man can't very
conscientiously dlno with friends until ho
has first received on invitation.
"I sco nlso that I am credited with hav
ing an nrqunintanco with President Cleve
land nnd influence with his administra
tion. You can say for mo thnt this is
wholly untrue. I never saw Mr. Cleve
land in my life."
MISS CLEVELAND'S BOOK.
Gin Copies In Her Predecessors nml to
Tho publishers of Miss Cleveland's book
have ordered several copies to be bound
expressly for presentation to the surviv
ing ladies or tho Wliito House who pre
ceded Miss Cleveland, and nlso to Queen
Victoria, These copies nro to bo exact
counterparts of tho-o intended for Miss
Cleveland. Tlio floral design of tlio cover,
which represents n spray or tlio primrose,
is, in the case of these presentation copies,
to be hand-painted. The ladies who will
receive a copy arc Mrs. James K. Polk of
Nnhville, Airs. Phillips, formerly Mrs.
Petty Taylor lllhsol'Dandridge, Va.j Mrs.
John Tyler of Virginia, Mrs. Harriet Lane
Johnson of llaltimorc, Mrs. Martha John
son Pntterson, Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Hayes,
Mrs. Garfield nnd Mrs. MoKlroy. Mrs.
Phillips, though tho daughter of a Whig,
President Taylor, is herself a Democrat,
and therefore tho majority of tho former
ladies of the Whito House aro of tho same
political mind as tho present hostess.
The nousr. nt Fordhani once occupied
by Edgar A. Poo isstill visited by many
admirers of the poet, nnd remains in about
tho same condition as when ho routed
White Duck Vests,
Goloxetl Duck Vests,
WMte Drilling Vests,
Bound and Unbound.
With Collars and Without.
931 PENNA. AVE.
Hot Weather Shoes,
Wo linvu Just i ccclved a largo lot of nil styles
Men's Low shoes. All llrst class Roods, but
must liu sold tills season. Ladles' and Cliil
ihcn's low shoes In all stylos. Canvas shoes
for tho mountains and seaside. Lawn Tenuis,
Bicycle and Routing shoes. Our general stock
Is linger than over, thus enabling us to suit
tlio most fastidious, A enll from our friends
and thopubllo appreciated. Army and Navy
DALTON & STRICKLAND,
Oat) I'JJSX.l. AVE.
JAMES H. McG-ILL,
Driller In DU1T.DING SUI'l'I.IKS,
DOS to 014 G street northwest, next National
Aiebltectural Iron Work, Cement, Plnstcr,
Fhollilck, Fho Clay, Wall Suite, Paints, Oils,
Pints, cte. Je5
Who hns given his llfo to hopoloss sufferers,
can bo consulted utNo. 72U luthst., Wash
ington, 1). 0. Specialty: All Chronlu Diseases.
Conciliation fee, SI. A few testimonials!
, "Dr. llcblinid hns but few If nny superiors In
the medical lino." JliooUyn Kayle.
"Dr. llebbiird Is n medical writer of high ro
pnto." AVt i'oit, Hit aid,
"A nhVHltlnn of thorough science, extended
knowledge uml hirgo practical experience."
Il'wi. Kdfull, President Y. Jl, U, A,, lirooUun,
"Dr. Hubbard Is continually discovering now
methods of caving huiniin llto." Philadelphia
"1 ho doctor Is ono of tlio most skillful sur
geons nnd competent medical ndvlsers In this
country." A'tw Jlaeen Wt.) Palladium.
"Dr. Hebbnrd Is working with tho most In
tense earnestness to licul tho Hick, opon blind
eyes, unstop deaf ears and savo tho dying."
"IKinton Is proud to be tho homo of this cele
brated pliyilclan, so long a worker for human
laid. "Jlottvn lleiald,
"Dr. Htblmiil !ms inmlu now contributions
rucnlly (omidlcal science which pvoinUo to
be of treat Intcrcct." Iloston Timelier.
-Dr. Ilobliurills utteily unoriginal man
the product of his own energy and, while ho
workufortho present wolf nre of tho people,
he la ahnont superhuman In his efforts tom.tko
all iinro of a happy future " The .Yo; th vlwic
lean lUtieic. Jol8-tf
SCHLITZ'S MILVAUKEE LAGER
THE DEtT IN THE DISTKIOT,
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent.
I'M TWENTY-NINTU BTUEET NOnTHWEBT
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH AND I'ENN. AYENOB.
pyopen all sight,
GA Sl'KCIAI, MULTINH 01' TIIE
-V .Tnnkann lleinocrutlo Association
will be held nt Cosmopolitan Hnll. cor. 8tli
nml K sis. n. w.. THIS (Monday) KVKN1NO.
'.'id liHtnnt, nt 8 o'clock, for tlioimrpoo of
doing nnnroprlnto honors to our oslceincil fcl-low-member,
tlio Hon, Thomas W. Hartley,
deceased. JOHN K. NOItHIS,
N. HAUDO, Seo'j President
tfeSSSfcOPFicE op tiii: commissionkus,
Rr2 IIistwct or Columbia,
Wakiiinoton, Juno (1, 1881.
Notlco Is hereby Riven, pursuant to tho act
of Congress making appropriations for tlio ox
reason of tlio government of tlio District of
Columbia for Ibo llienl rear ending Juno 30,
188",, npproved July G, 188 1, that no payment
will lo mmlo of nny ccrtlflcnto Issued by tho
Into Hoard of Audit, of said District of Colum
bia, under authority of tho act approved Juno
'JO, J87't. that shall not bo presented for pay
ment within ono year from tho said 51 h dny of
July. 1 88 1 , Tlio proicntnt Ion within that thno
should bo mado to tho Treasurer of tho United
Hy order of tho Commissioners.
VfcggSb WASHINGTON SAPB DEPOSIT CO.,
010 renna. Avo. N. W.
The Company will rent small private safes
In Its new
FI1IK AND HURGLAH-ritOOP VAULTS
fiom $5 to $100, according to slzo.
Silver I'lnto nnd articles of value may bo
stoicdnnd Insured for nny length of tlmo nt
very reasonable charges. Jc;i-3m
NOW IS Tlin TIMC TO GET AWN-
IIAISLLTT, 817 JtAItKKT SPACE,
Is tho man to make them.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS
3Indo to ouler at tlio shortest notice nnd rca-
sonablo prices. wyOO-lm
VjSi.I). II. bTINEMETZ ,t SON,
H237 1'cniia. ave.,
"KNOX'S" N. Y. HATS,
"YOUMAN'S" N. Y. HATS,
nitrss CAssiMinti; and dehuy hats,
MACKINAW AND OTHER STItAW HATS.
Hoys' nnd Children's Straw Hats.
Largo stock of lino SHU Umbrellas for Ladles
ay-furs received on storage
tt-qa CERTAIN CHOLEHA CURE
-2 Cures Cholcrn, Cholera Morbus,
Cholera Infantum, Cramps In Stomach and
Diarrhoea. It never falls when used as directed.
Alwaj-s keep It In jour house; carry It wherever
you go. Tho prleo Is within reach of nil, nnd
you won't hnvo to tako a dozen bottles beforo
relief; It nets llko magic. Diarrhoea Is tho
Ihat Mngo of cholera. Stop that and you pro
vent cholera. Certain Cholera Curo never falls
tofitoplt. All druggists keep It. A. Drown,
proprietor, Dox U51, Washington, I). C.
GLYMONT EXCURSION GROUNDS.
Contracts for Excursions now In order. Cot
tages nnd slnglo rooms for rent. F. Fiieunu,
Caterer. Special rates to Sunday-schools.
h. It. TREM11LY, 027 7th st.
1728 Pcnnn. Ave. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Summer board Hy tho week, S!5; by tlio
month. S22. myl-tlm
TnrbTF.ES' SALE"OF VALUAHLE IM
PROVED REAL ESTATE, 11EING No. 1221
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NORTHWEST,
lly virtue of a deed of trust bearing datn on
the first dny of June, A. 1). 188JJ, nnd duly ie
corded In liber No. 10 12, folio 177, ct sect., ono
of tho land records of tho District of Columbia,
nnd nt tho request of tho holder of tho Js!
nolo t.ccurcd thereunder, wo will sell ntiiii.
publlo auction. In front of tho premise, on
TUESDAY. THE :10th DAY OF JUNE, A. D.
188,",, at 5 o'clock p. m., tho followlns-do-sci
Ibcd real estate situated In tho city of Wash
ington, Disti let of Columbia, to-wlt: AH of lot
letteied "A," In tho sub-dlvlsion of thu cast
two-thirds of lot numbered thieo (!!), In Unro
numbered two hundred nnd ninety-two t202),
ns mado bv tho Commissioners In Equity causo
No. 2058, being improved by n store building
fronting on Pennsylvania avunuo and D street
northwest, and being No. 1221 Pennsylvania
Terms of sale: One-third (Jtf) cash, balauco In
tlueo (0) equal Installments, pnynblo In six,
twclvo and eighteen months, for which pur
chaser's notes secured by deed of trust on
piopertytold and bcnilng Interest nt rate of
wlx percent, per annum will betaken, or all
ensh, at option of purchaser. A deposit of
f20()iciulrod nt tlmo of Halo. All convoy
anclng and recording nt purchaser's cost. If
terms of sale nro not complied with within
seven days from day of sale, tho property may
bo refold nt risk and cost of defaulting pur
chaser after llvo days of advertisement.
DRAINARI) II. WAHNEH,
ANDREW 11. DUVALL.
v, -v 1 As Vj
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
Washington, D. o., May 12, 18S5.
Sealed proposals will bo received at this Do
paitmcnt until 12 o'clock m. on Wednesday,
Juno 21, 1685, for furnishing Stationery for
tho uso of First and Second Class Postofllces
for ono year from July 1, 1885.
Dlank forms of proposals showing tho Items
nml estimated quantities required, together
with clrculnr relating thereto, wll bo fur
nished on application to this Department.
I'loposnls should bo addressed to tho First
AssMnnt Postmaster-General, and Indorsed
"Proposnls for Stationery."
Tho Postmaster-General vescrvo tho right
to l eject any or all bids."
WJL F. VILAS,
Artificial Stone Paving Comp'y
Office, 1418 New York Avenue.
Artistic and Fine Work in Cement a
Our Skilled Workmen lay thofollowIngP.ivo
ments; Sclilllcnrjer'8 Patent, Best Granolithic'
Asphallum, Artificial Stone.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stables nnd Cellars laid
Vlth neatness and promptness.
Owners ot property nro notified that thoy
will bo held responsible for Infringements of
this patent. Tho United States Courts for tho
District of Columbia have recently enjoined
II. L. Cranford and tho Commissioners of tho
District of Columbia fioin laying this pave
ment. All artificial stono pavements other
than that laid under tlio patent aro worthless.
JOS. O. McKIBBIN,
Telcphono Coll 407-2. President.
Dyckerhoft Portland Cement,
Tho Strongest and Best Known to tho Trade.
, H. L. CHANFOIII).
Solo Agent for DWrlct of Columbia,
Ofilco, 1-118 F street northwest.
Warehouse II, L. Itlscoo's whaif, foot of.
Tenth street southwest.
Oulers promptly tilled nnd deliveries mado to
any part of tho city.
GRANOLITHIC ARTIFICIAL STONE,
A8PHALTUM, NEUUHATEL MASTIO.
MrceiH, BiuewaiKs, Mantes, imsements ana
Cellar Floors, or wherever a Solid, Smooth and
Durable Pavement or Floor Is requited.
Orders promptly attended to and all work
guaranteed for tho term of llvo years.
All representations that tho above work, as
now performed by mo, Is nu Infringement on
any rights of others, or that nny court has so
held Is Incorrect.
I guarnnteo nil patrons of my work against
any claims or suits for damages.
JL L. CRANFORD,
Telephone Call No. 881. NQ-ln8y9t'"'W'
W. B. SPBABE,
XJ3ST.O b :e.T jis: eh,
010 r STREET NORTHWEST, '
Everything strictly llret-claau and on tho
moet reasonable, terms. (Damn ntinira to him
tor all occasions.) myl-lyr
ON'T NEGLECT TO HAVE .THE CII1L-
drcn's plcttues taken; six cnulnct'iSl.fiO;
ccsiiro. l.nrdncr. 1)27 Pa. nvo. -,o22-:U
Real Estate Agent nnd Notary Public.
Ofilcc: Northwest corner Seventh nnd K
Ms. w. Jc22-tf
CAUTION JIAHT'S INSECT POWDHIt IS
sold only In tin boxos, with his trade
mnikon tholld, nnd Is not sold looo; Insist
on having Hart's powder) ruruao all hnltn
Hon?; tho best Is tho cheapest. ,c2'2-;it
T- ACE CURTAINS DONE UP EQUAL TO
J newnt no cents a window by Mrs. Scott,
140(1 1st st. n. w., bet, o nnd 1' sis, loll) :it
1J II. YOUNGS, STEAM CARPET CLEAN
: Ing nnd renovating works; feathers ren
ovated, mattresses made over, furniture
steamed and moths destroyed. 1 122 Pa, avo,
Factory, corner nth nnd It sts. s. o. ,lol8
1 (C( IP IT AIN'T SO-A DELIGHTFUL
I.WUW Tonlo. Thonbovols found In tho
perfectly 1'iiro Lager Peer, manufactured by
iho Rochester IlrowlngCo. Tills bccrcontnlns
neither glucose, grnpo sugar, nor nny other
substitute whatever for hops, nnd Its manu
facturers will pay 81,000 to any ono proving
thnt this statement Is not true In overy partic
ular. Forthoso whoso system Is debilitated
from any causo whatever, thcio Is no better
remedy than a puro malt liquor. Tho lloehester
brewing Co.'s stnndnrd lager Is fust becoming
u lirhno favorite, and taking tho lead over nil
other beers sold. Evciy family should try n
caso. Tell your grocer to order It for you, or
send us jour onlcrs direct, nnd tlmywlll re
ceive prompt nttentlon. F. II. Flnley. 120(1
Pa. ave., nnd 120(1 1) st. n. w. Jolil-lm
JAMES RUTIIEUFOItl). DEALER IN FINE
Family (iroeciles nnd Provisions; nlso Wines
nnd Liquors, 000 D st. n. w. Specialty innilo
of Pino Aldcn Fruit Vinegar.
R. LEON, TIIE OLDEST ESTAI1LISHEI)
nml onlv reliable Ladles' Phvslelaii In tho
city, enn bo consulted dnlly, 4(1 1 O st., bet. -IMS
nnd nth st. n. w. Piompt treatment. Corre
spondence nnd consultations strictly confi
dential. Separata rooms tor ladles, onico
alwnys open. Je5
TU1E FORSYTH CAFE, 518 10TII ST., IS
X now fuinllicd with swinging fans over
each table; no heat: no llles; nnd tho best 15
cent meal In tho world. Wo .study tho comfoit
of our patrons. .lot
"PATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE EX
X celleut meals for 15 cts. Call and try. Lo
Droit Dining Rooms, 812 F st. n. w. inv'JS
DRAWING AND PA1NTINO-TIIE REST
nnd cheapest placo to learn drawing nnd
painting Is nt tho National Academy of Fine
Aits, cor. 18th st. nnd N. Y.nve.: nil commenc
ing Immediately will bo received at half-price;
children's Satuulny class Sio per year; classes
after 4 o'clock for thoso In tho Departments.
rpHKVHIlY REST BUSINESS PEN MADE.
jl hoiu uy nil
lit at loners. lJsJItsZ&i'
atnfmta fni Finn. V-flBfcw-vj,
uln iloz. to Well
ington Phonographic Headquarters, Washing
ton, I). O.
TYPE-WRITING DEPARTMENT; CALI
grniih oRlcc; expert operators; work called
for nnd delivered. Call by telephone, Call
graph ofilco, l):i:F st, iny8-tf
JL. KERYAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE., EN-
graver. .Plato and 50 visiting cards. 80
cents; 50 cards from snmo plate, 45 cents; 100
cauls printed from plate, 7o cents.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
All Diseases Cured.
oelil Cor. 4 Hi st. nnd Md. avu. s. w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
nio peifcctly snfo nnd nlwnys effootual.
Sealed pm tleulnrs 2c. Wilcox Spcclllo Modl
clnu Company, Philadelphia, Pa.
LADIES- PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHI
Chester's English"), tlio only genuine, shfe,
eeitnlnand effectual. Scaled particulars 4o.
Chichester Chemical Co., 231a Madison sq..
Philadelphia, Pa. Jyi:!
FOR RENT ROOMS.,
Advertisements ofTliree Lines under this head
Inserted three times fur 2 cents.
' loom, witli or without housekeonlnff m-I-
vilegcs, In tho suburbs. Largo lot, with fruit,
&o. Onosqunio to cars; also uso of stable.
Address Countrified, Critic olllcu. ,1o20-:lt
OR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS
on the third ana three on the second lloor.
lnouhoatOll -Itlist. n. w.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
(VM- " ' ,---.sli-s -s. V , AN.s.-
EOH SALE-T1IAT VALUAHLE PROPEIt
ty corner (1th nnd Pa. avo.. Capitol Hill.
George F, Harbin, Trustee 010 IV.. avo. s. o.
OR SALE-WILL BELL AT A B.ROAI.V
or exchange tlio new brick houso No.
1008 Oth st. n. w.j contains 0 rooms and base
ment, bathroom, rnngo, latrobo, oto., and Is
nlcelv finished: ears overy llvo minutes. A.
Lloyd, Mnrshul Law building, 010 4J6 t. n. w.
FOR SALE LOTS.
C (HEAP-TO CLOSE OUT REAL ESTATE-
A vacant lot on U st., bet. 12th nnd Kith
sts. n. w. Inquiro nt 10:1(1 Oth st. n. w.
Handsomo corner lot. near Scott Circle, at
i educed rate.
Two lots, on Itlth street, near Scott Circle,
at 50 cents loss than adjoining ground.
Desirable ground hi Rhodo Island avenue,
near Connecticut avenue, nt reasonable rntos.
New and substantial corner dwelling, near
Dupont Circle, containing KJ rooms, SI 1,000,
Ditto, near Rtitlsh Legation, 17 rooms,
Sevcial deslrablo country places near tho
WM. P. YOUNG,
Jeld-lf 1S0:1 F street.
lly AUSTIN P. DROWN,
1420 V St. 11. W.,
10,000 feet of mound on 30th st. n. w hot.
Seott ClrclonndR st., and 00,000 feet on N.
II. avo., bet. Dupont Clrclo nnd L st. Several
nrm-cinsfl uousc", rouging in pnoo iromsui,
Advertisements of TJiren Lines under this lie nil
Inserted threo times lor 23 cents.
OR SALE-PART OF FURNITURE IN
houso -toil II st. n. w.. rmrmrislm- tmi'lor
and bedroom sets, etc.; open for Inspection.
A 12-horso power Englno nnd holler.
Apply ntCiltlo Ofilco,
1?OR SALE-ENGLISH COACH DOG PUPS,
tlioroughbicd; at Oil North Carolina avo
linos, o. juliO-jlt
I?0R SALE-E1GHTEEN-FOOT SA1L110AT;
: six-foot beam; cheap for cash. Addross
Sailboat, Crltlo olneo. Je20:it
I?OR SALE-NICE HOME-MADE CAKE, AT
? 1020 H ht., for tlio benefit of tho Mission
School of Cookery; also tea biscuit made to
J?OR SALE-A FLOURISHING DRUG STORE
near tho city: terms reasonable. Address
Druggist. Clitic ollicc. Jol7-:it
TOCKAND FIXTURES FOR SALE AND
store lot lentil wanted. No. (Jl l La. ave.
OR SALE-A GOOD COW: GIVES ELEVEN
quints per Uuy. call '-'ill East Capitol st.
IPOUND-ONMY'1'REMI8ES A COWAND
. calf, which tho owner can hnvo by jirov
Ing propei ty and paying charges. Frank
Jone. Itlth and O sts. n. o. 1eU2-ilt
BUS1NEB8 EDUCATION for young and mid
dlo aged men and women, Spring and
Bummer sessions of tlio Hponcerlan Ilustnees
College, corner Ninth nnd D Bts. u.w. llipld
writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eng
lish language, stonoQrnphy, typa-vrrlting, etc.,
tnorougiily. tnuglit. Tuition: Year from Unto
of entrance, day or nlgbt, (60; tbreo months,
day, $20j nlfflit, $14i ono month, day, $7t
nlgtit, fi, llaptil writing only 12 losBono $0,
Call oreend for circulars.
HENRY 0. SPENCER, Principal.
HAI1A A. HriiNUEK.VICO-l'rtllCllial.
NORWOOD INBTlTUrE, 1212 AND 1214
14lb St., near 14th-Bt. Circle. Boloct Daardl
Ing School for young ladles, Soeeton '85-'80
opona September 30, 1U8G, Early application
neceteary, na ouubor ot boarders will bo
A lilLVUail'M annul Oporu-IIouso.
Every Evening. Saturday Matinee.
Admission .....25 cts.
Next Weck-LA PEUICHOLE.
IPOUD'S. Till! MI'.UHY, lUlIllKV MIN-
arnv.hfi. A Summer Season of Mln
strelsy nt Summer Prices, 25o.
THE FAMOUS CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS,
After two weeks In lialtlmoro.
Commencing MONDAY, Juno 22. Joll)
'lie Is King of them all." Gen. E. A. Carr-
JUNE 22, 23, AND 2 1.
Commencing This Afternoon. Two perform-
. nnccs daily afternoon and evening
rnln or shine.
Buffalo Bill's Wild WeBt.
Tho Renowned Sioux Chief, SITTING HULL,
nnd sovcrnl of the celebrated Into Hostile
Wanlors, WHITE EAGLE and lltty-
two Pnwnco and Wichita Hravcs,
We fulfill overy promlc Coly A Salsbury.
Admission, m) cents. Children, 25 cents.
Mulo furnished by the Wild West Cowboy
Gates open 1 nnd 0:00 p. m. Performance
commences at 0:00 nnd 8 p. in.
Street ears to tho gate.
Masonic tiimi'm:. to-night
And Every Night This Week,
Illustrated Health Lectures for both sines
bv Dr. HE11I1ARI) of Iloston uml Dr. HALE,
L'dltor of "Ilcnltli nnd Home."
ADMISSION 10 CENTS.
Drs.Hebbni'd raid Halo ti cat nil ChroutoDls
cnes nt their residence, No. 720 12th st.
Ofilco hours, 10 to 4 nnd (I to 8. Jo22tf
X SUMMEIl GARDEN.
Coolest Pleasure Rcort In America. Thin-
blooded mortals furnished with overcoats.
To-night and overy Night this Week,
Louise do Sou8l's Femalo Archery Club.
A scoio of Lovely Maidens will try their
nirowson thomncullno hearts.
Matinees Tiicdny, Thursday and Saturday
' rtv Tim
jHAKYLANl) SCHOOL for tlio JILINU,
Washington, D. C, Juno 23, 1885, nt Op. in.
Frco tickets of ndmlsslon can bo obtained nt
tho following places:
Wm.Knabo& Co.'s Piano Room', 817 Mar
ket Space (Pennn. nvcnuo).
Droop's Muxlo Store, 025 Pcnnn. nvenuo.
W. M. Thompson's Drug Store, 700 intli st.
Sehlllen ,V Stevens' Drug Store, 505 Pa. live.
ritKK UONUUIIT AND DANCE
Without Musicians or Musical Knowlodgo,
all can novo who purchaso ono ot
PROFESSOR M. GALLY'S
Sco them, hear them and get music lists at
O. L. WILD tz BltO.'S,
700 Sovonth st. n. w.
WANTED HELP FEMALE.
Advertisements ot Three Lines under this head
Inserted thieo times tor 2.5 cents.
ANTED-A HALF-GROWN WHITEOIHL.
Apply at 017 4Hi st. n. w. Jo22-Ot
WANTi:i)-A NEAT AND RESI'ECTAHLE
coloicd woman, without family, wants
to rent n back basement or room In back
building, for laundry. Address 51-1 Tenth
st. n. w. Jo2( :it
W ANTED-A SETTLED COLORED WO
mnn for general housework; no washing.
Apply OK) It st. n. w. lolP-ot
WANTED HELP MALE.
' VA V
Advertisements of Threo Unas under this hcud
Inserted threo times for 23 cents.
W" "N1'ICDA Fl RST-t'LA S3 HAND ON
pants; enll at olllcollattery L, Oil Art.,
Wnihliigtoii Darraeks, 1). C. Je20 Ot
WANTEDIMMEDIATELY, AN IRONER
and neat colored boy of 15. Apply nt
020 Missouri nve loltKJt
WANTED SITJATION.S---F EMAILE- ,
Advertisements ot Three Lines under tills head
I nsc rted tbreo times for 25 cents,
ANTED-A SITUATION DY A YOUNO
coloicd woman to do eenoral house
work In small family or as chambermaid. An-
iiyni.uu uonuon si. s. w., oci. asi anu.
WANTED-RY TWO COLORED GIRLS,
situations as houso-cleancrs by tho day.
Apply atl10Est.il. w. ,1o22-Ot
WANTED-DY A RELIADLE GERMAN
woman, a placo to do general houso
work, nnd stuy homo nt night; rook, wash and
lion; rcfcicnccs, Address L. It., Crltlo ofilco.
WANTED-RY A HESPECTAHLH COLORED
woinnn, u situation to cook, wash ond
lion in a small family; must go homo nights.
Apply nt 1745 20th st. n. w. Je'JOOt
FEI1REY .t PFEIL, EMPLOYMENT HUREAU
Wanted places for bomekecpers, seam
stresses, Indies' maids, cooks, nurses, chamber
maids, waiters, with references, nt 700 Kith
Advertisements of Three Lines under this bead
Inserted threo times for 25 cents.
ANTED TO ROllilO W S800 ON St ATT,
property worth twlco tho nmount for
short or long time. Address C, Upshur, Crltlo
WANTED-HY A LADY, A COMFORTA
bio room, whero peoplo nro not consum
ing with curiosity. J'lenso address Helena,
Crltlo ofilco. lo'iO-'U
MONEY TO LOAN.
I HAVE MONEY 10 LOAN ON GOOD R1UL
( ttato or collatci at security at lowest rates
of Interest. No dolny when security Is good.
0, 0. GREEN, Room 1, firemen's building,
cor. 7tn nnd La. ave. apl 1-tt
FOR SALE AND RENT.
TJIIAI. ENTATI3 I1UI.I.ET1N
TH09. E. WAHOAMAN, 017 P street.
(Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
llOUSEa FOR BALE.
1747 F st n w, mod lm, 10 rs 0.500
417 K si n w, mod lm, 10 rs 0.50O
(12 1 st n w, mod Imps, 10 rs 0,.foi)
ill I si n w, mod Imps, 10 rs 0,130
622 11 si n w. mod lm, 15 rs u.ooi
Oar I and N Cap Ms. mod lm, U rs. n w 0 ooa
J Maes ave uud (JO I st. mod Imp, 4 rs 0.00)
1501 Btnw.fli.4 rs o.W)
221 U st u w, f h, mod lm 0.00)
t fitli ni n w, mod lm, u rs 9.50)
bOl Cm st n w. mod lm, 8 rs 4.C0I
TW0-8T0RY BIHOK AND l-'RAME HOUSES
IC37 Vt ave n w, b h, m lm,7 r 1 5,00)
1610 1, si n w nnd 2 houses In rear, mod lm,
rii, C rs 5,000
212d, 212s, 21S0 K l n w, 4 ru each, mod lm, . 5,000
1129.U3t.113l. 1134 24th st, rili,4rs 5,000
122 1) tt n w. b h, mod lm, 7 rs 4,700
liu, 116) 20lli ttu w, li li.mod lm,5r 4,200
16.11 Ktnt 1530 M)i Bt n w, b h, mod lm, (I rs 4,100
l.21,2)20thBt nw.5 rs, for bo;ti 3.000
21 IV. 2120, 2122 F l n w, mod Imps, 0 rs 3,000
1021 1 bt n w, mod Imps, sr '),000
CiEORClETOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE.
1T.S8 31 jt st, mod lm. 17 rs 10,(00
suio N st, b Ji. mod lm 12 rs s wo
b K car ConiirieBHoil Oay sis, moa lm - 7 500
l'ongrifcS,bUHIoddrd nnd Rond sts S.onO
20i7 M st, mod lm. 10 rj a
oi rnjttteot, modlm.io rs 2WJ
WnsiiliiKion st, bet Duubarton mid lluail i 400
lllU 35th st, f h, 7 is I,s00
(irevilnml M(dnw sts 1,500
Tucor Place, Valley st, bet Rhodes and Stod-
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALIC
(lh st, bet K nud L sts n.e ,, 17c.
(I st, bet N Cap nnd let fits u e ISO
H e cor, loth una u sts n c 25o
K w cor llli and L i-ts no , 20c
L3t, bit 3d nml 4th sis ne 13o
llli Bt, bet Jv and Ii sts u e - 15o
Cor -llli and I.rls n e , - 14a
Cor 4th aim M sts n e - 1 la
Cor 4th and I stsn e no
Cor 3d and I stsn e Ho
HOUSES FOR RENT. ,
020 nth st n w. mod ims, 12 rs fia J
lli012lhslll w, Uxb 75 uo
1310 Corcoran tin w. 10 rs, fur , 75 00
tog 11th st n w, mod lm, 15 rs 75 oo
Fureu Houso, 10) N J, live n w, m 1, 20 rs... 75 00
laitlOorcoron sto w, mod lm, fur, JO rs. 75 00
or untr 50 oo
009 M st n w, mod Imps, U ra 0 92
12-.2 II bt u w. U rs 05 to
101 21st n w. mod Imps, 10 rs 00
UO 12th st a w, 10 rs , 5 00
In inma to sntt at 0 per cent,
Tbonboyu Is only a small portion ot property
on my books. For full list call at otUce lor buller
tins' Issued on 1 st and 15th,
HOI TIinoitlLVT FALLS AND OAI1IN
llio steam-packet EXCELSIOR will mnko
regular trips ilurln tho soiif on to tho nbovo
I obits every SUNDAY, TUESDAY and Fill
day, leaving her wharf: comer or High st. nnd
Canal, nt 8 o'clock n. in. sharp. Faro for
rounatlln50c. ltontnnn tin (,lm,-fr,,...i .i r,i.
tcninto days. For Information apply at ofilco
of J, O. and J.
.11. HAlMl-f, JU1,
11IAlMiIi POINT. OIIAIMHA'OINT,
Lone Ilrancb of tho Totomno.
114 hours) nt tho bench,
Commencing with Jiinn 20, tho STEAMER.
OEOROE LAAV will lenvo dally from steamer
Mattano's wharf at 8:15 u. m, sharp, rctuni-
lngl)::iop. m. Hound trip. Coo. Meals 50o,
at tho Point. Profcsor slirocdcr's orchestra.
ffen. W. 1IAUER, owner steamer co. Law.
P. H. No trip Tuesday. July 7.
THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES,
Is reached by tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
TAST KXMirss trains, with Parlor
Cars attached, in o inn during tho season at
convenient bonis. Pnengers nirlvo nt. tho
New Drond street Station, Philadelphia, whero
Union Trnnsrcr Conches and Horo Curs trans
fer them direct to the station of tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt tho foot of Mnrkct street.
For tickets, baggago checks and full Infor
Northeast coiner Tlili'tconlli strcut nnd
.Station llnltlmoro A; l'otoiniio Itiilh-niid.
CHAS. E. PUOII,
J. 11. WOOD,
nencrnl Passenger Agt'
IMPRESS TItAIN.S HUN THKOUOlt
WITHOUT STOPS IN
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R
From Station foot of Vino street.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
From Station foot of Market street.
Acccsslblo from Wnshlngtou hy the through1
trains of tho
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR.
From tho New llrond street Station of tlio
Pennsylvania Railroad, nt Philadelphia, Street
Cars will convoy passengers direct to tho Wost
Jersey Rnllroud Stntlou. Union Transfer
Conches to tho station of tho Camden & Atlan
For tluougli tickets, baggago checks and full
Information apply as follows:
Northeast corner Thirteenth street mill
Peiiiixylviuilu in emu",
Station llnltlmoro & l'utoiniic Itnllrnnili
CHAS. E. PUOII, J. It. WOOD,
General Malinger. General I'qstongcr Agt.
1885 J:xcmtsION SILVSON 1QQK
HALTiatOlli: & OHIO HAILHOAl).
EVERY MONDAY, Commencing JUNK 22, to
Kound-ti lp Rate. S1.50. Limited to S00 per
sons. Leave Washington at 8 a. in. Relum
ing, urrlvo nt 8:00 p. m.
EVERY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc
ing JUNE 20, to
Harper's 1'orry nml HyrnoV Itlaiul,
On the Potomac.
Round-tilp Rate, SI, Limited to 200 per
sons. Leavo Washington 10.05 a.m. Return
ing, nulvu ut 7:20 p. m.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTHER
Commencing JUNE 21. Round-trip Rate,
0.5(). Leave Washington 8:00 a. in. Re
turning, arrive at 0:15 p. in.
Every ticket calls for n reserved seat on
theso excursions. Sccuro your tickets ut 010
nnd 1051 Pcnnn. nvo., and at depot m tho
morning of tho oxcurslon. JolO-tf
LOWKIl Ci:iAll 1'OINT.
The Popular Watcilng Plncoof
Tho pafe. swift and magnlllccnt steamer AR
MENIA will leavo her wharf, foot of 7th st.,
dnlly, except Saturdays, nt t) n. m., returning;
at 0 p. in., commencing
SUNDAY, JUNE 21.
Armenia stops nt Alcxnudrla on MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS only.
Fm e, 50o round ti lp. Children, 250.
Dinner on tho grounds, 75 cents.
For fuithcr Information nnd chatters to so
cieties and corporations apply to
a. l. sheriff's coal onico,
111-1 Pa. nve., nnd Steamer Mattano's wharf.
foot of 7th st. Jol2-tf
STUAaiEK COHCOHAN'S KXCUH
SION'S. Tho owners of tho steamer W. W. CORCORAN
bavo purchased and will nssumo tho manage
ment of MARSHALL HALL. Dally mornhifr
excursions will bo given especially for Ladles
Absoluto order will bo preserved on tho
grounds, tho tnblo furnished with nil tho mar
ket nffoids, lunches herved, uml lee, fruit and
milk nlwnys on hand.
Steamer leaves every morning nt 10 o'clock,
lcturnlngnt'l o'clock p. in. Fare, 25 cents for
round trip to (Jlymont and Marshall Hall.
Children, 15 cents. Jc8-tf
T0 GLYMONT. FAMILY EXCUHUON
X every SATURDAY, commencing J UNB 0.
Stcnmer Mai y Washington leaves I) a. in.; back
nt (1 p, m. Fare, round tilp, 25o.; children, 10c.
Good music For tickets or rntos to schools,
enll at Picture Store, 527 7th st. I. II. TREM
11I.Y, Excursion Manager JcU-lrn
WyJ T. VEllNON I HIT. VHIINON I
STEAMER W. W. CORCORANIJjj
Leaves 7th st. wharf dally, except Sunday, lor
Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock n. in,; returning,
reaches Washington about 0:00 p. m.
L. L. RLAKE. Captain.
Advertlbements ot Three Lines under this head
InserttiObreo times for 25 cents.
-A-J ".V A
OR RENT-SEVERAL NEW HOUSES IN
n good location: nil mod. linns.: lent from
222. GO up. Apply at 1015 11th st. n. w.
OR RENT-2-STORY AND EASEMENT
brick dwelling: No. 020 French st. n. w.:
modern conveniences; 7 rooms: a fluo loca
tion. Apply to Chns. 0. Duncnnson, Oth nnd 1)
sts. n. w. Je22-:it
? l-l m Corcoran st., (Irs and bath, mod. I.
150 1 S st, n, v.. 8 rooms, mod. Imps.
110 (J st. s. o., 10
1115 N st. n. w.,8 " " "
loo K st. n, w., storo and dwelling.
1220 V st, n, v store! oom.
THOS. J. MYEItS,
Rcnl Estato Agent,
Jel-lmo 1210 F st. n. w.
FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS.
iWNAAAVVVA,WV, VVVW W VW ,vv
CALIGRAPH AND OTHER TYPE-WRITERS
for rent nt very iciisounblo rntos. In
structions given, etc., at Cnllgrnph olllco, O'JO
V bt, JulQ-tf
WV3?TL:DTOEXCIIANGE NEW STOVEH
for old ones at llutler'H Stovo Exclinngo.
corner 5th nud K sts, Smoky chimneys emeu
or no pay. Stoves exchanged for grocerlos.
Old btoves bought.
THE LA riEItllE, S.VW. CORNER OF TENTH
and E ttrcetn, and tbo Lochlel, 512 Ninth
st. n. w with pleusnnt rooms and good board,
aro recommondod to permanent and transient
i. Y. ci.i:nG'.s
ComWuallou Letter Sheet aul Enyclore!
For Letters, Notices, Hills, Statements, Circu
lars. Of all sizes, hi boxos of 25, 50, 100,
2C0, COO and 1,000 each.
Will Dlspenso with Envelopes.
Will Save Weight In Postage
Will Savo Tlmo and Trouble.
Tho postofllco stamps will show ilnto of do
llveiy. J. W. WATWts,
1 110 Now York nvo..
' Solo Agt, for Washington and Alexandria,