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THE WASHINGTON CHITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE21, 1885.
I'ublhlied Dally (Sundays Excepted,)
The Evening Critic Publishing Company
oti v street, rosr upiluixo,
WkDNKSDAY, Jl'NE 24, 1885.
I'ortho MiiMIti Atlnnllo states fair weather,
Mirlalilu wind. .'lightly wanner,
For Thursday. Inlr weather l hullcati'd for
Now England, tliu Middle Atlntitlo States anil
lower hike region, and generally warmer,
Tlio Signal Ofllco furiilihc the following
synopMi of tlio wratlicrs
Uiwil motcorologlcnl reiort for ,Tnno 21,
188.": Tliermotnrtcr rending at !J a, in., 50.l,;
7 a. m.,Il.U.: 11 a. in.. 7:i.il.
Report for Juno 123, 18flft: Mean temporn
ttire, l.".lt mnxlinum,7l.7: mtnlmuin,BH.o:
mean iclatlvo humidity. r().7 per cent.J total
I'qt'iTV Coirirr Jititlco Cot. Mugrmlcr vs.
Mngiudcr; older calendarcil for immediate
lienrlntt. Cogglns vh. Tnlt; II. II. Moulton ap
pointed receiver nnd nnlo ordered. Itotli v,
itotlii sale flnally rntlllcd nnd cnno referred to
auditor. Jtarr vs.llarry: A. A lilrney admit
ted partv defendant. King v. King; sale rati
fied nlf. National llank of Hepubllo vh.
Adnm: certain pnrtle1" ndmltled parties com
plainant. Mother vs. Jlosherj sales rntlllcd
CimilNAt. Count .Tnstlce MiicArthur.
Luelcn II. Haydon, forgery: on trial.
1'omci: Count Judgo Snell.--Timothy Con
nors and Win. Fitzgerald, profanity: $" or
cocn days each. Wm. Fanning and Edward
Cunningham, do: do. Amanda .lone, do.; do.
l.erov.lohns'on.d'corge linker nnd John Trav
eri, tnJuriiiK trees: $r or fifteen days each.
Mary Steele, vagrancy: bonds or ninety days.
Samuel Alexander, colored, profanity; $5 or
fifteen days Oeorgo' Jones, forfeited col
lateral. Charles Jones, profanity; ." or soven
ilays. Elizabeth Ilnrke, do.; do. Walter nnd
Frank Robinson. dlorderly ronduct; tr or
fifteen days each. James II. Peak, II, Ii.
Ilnisclmnii, Henry llogtli, J. II. Williams,
William .1. Orr, !'. Frlodmun, waiting I'otomao
water; J." or soven days each. I.nwrcnco
White, John Schlatter, George Jones, Nellie
Cole, Frank FrnMey and Jos. Fitzgerald for
feited collateral. It. V. Fowler, S. T. Godfrey,
unlicensed produco dealers; license produced
and eases dismissed, llohcit White, unlicensed
commercial agent; do. A. P. Fox and John
Mel,. Carusl, unlicensed real cstato agents: do.
Frank Martin, keeping a dangerous dog; SIO
or thirty days. C. W. Atchison, trespass; f 10
or thirty days. Charles Evans, assault: dis
missed. Albert Smith, assault; SI or three
days. Nathaniel stnwnrt, larceny; " or fif
teen days. Wm. Johnson, housebreaking;
Brand Jury. Diehard Vlglc, larceny from tho
Thk chinlncy of Judge S. U. .Mills'
lioute, nt Second nnd K streets, caught lire
last evening hut no riaiuag owns done.
Titn St. Cecelia quartet will entertain
the public meeting In behalf of humane
education in tlio church on Thirteenth
nnd L streets, Thursday ovenintr at 7:15.
Coi.umma CoMMANnntY, No. 2, Knights
Templars, of tliis city, left yesterday for
Trenton, N. J., to assist in tlio dedicatory
services of the asylum in that city to-day.
The seventeenth commencement of the
Hoi v Cross Academy took place at Mnrint's
Hall yesterday. The distribution of awards
was made In the presence of a largo at
tendance. Mn. W. W. Swart and Miss Kate II.
JlcChcsncy wcro married last evening at
Hock Creek Church in the presenco of n
large number of friends, lloth the young
people reside near Uriplitwood, and Mr.
Swart is a son of Mr. B. T. Swart.
A l'AiSTnn named George Wise, who
lias resided in Kast Washington for a
number of years, died at tlio Frecdmnn's
Hospital yesterday. Ho was arrested on
Saturday while under the influence of
liquor, and was sent to the hospital.
Tlio l'aronts Responsible.
Six neatly-dressed small white hoys,
ranging from 0 to 0 years, wcro stood up
in line before Jtuleo Snctl this morning.
Prosecuting Attorney Thomas said tlio
ollcnso that they were guilty of was house
breaking. On account of their extreme
youtlifulness lie did not mako any chnrgo
against them. They wore charged with
breaking into a school room at tho Jeffer
son building and taking tilings from the
teachers' desks. "The way to encourago
crime sometimes is to he too lenient," re
marked Judge Snell. "I have not much
to say to these boys," ho continued: "but
if I had their parents hero I would take
delight in giving them a lecture. If the
parents of theso boys don't do their duty
the Court will have to do its duty by send
ing tho children to tho Itcform School,
where they will be controlled. Parents
who refuse to do their duty in a case of
this kind have an absolute disregard for
the law and are really more criminal than
Tim Mexican llund Comlnc.
Tho celebrated Mexican band which de
lighted thousands at tho Now Orleans
Exhibtion by thcirskillful nnd harmonious
execution will appear at Ford's Opera
House in this city cither in tho first or
becond week of July. This band justly
ranks among tho first musical organiza
tion in the world. Tlio summer prices
will bo maintained, although the usual
winter's have been paid In tho Northern
cities. Tlio announcement of thosaloof
seats will bo mado Inter.
Extravagant Use or Water Pun
Half n dozen citizens wero beforo Judge
Snell this morning for allowing Potomac
water to wasto on their premises by keeping
the spigots open. Fines of $5 wero im
posed in every cuso. Tlio crusade on
wasters of water is tho result of complaints
coining to the Commissioners of an in
adequate water supply. An enforcement
of this law always Increases the pressure on
Capitol Hill and other high points.
Sitting Hull Disgusted.
When ho called at tho Whlto ILmso
yesterday, Sitting Bull expected to have
n pow-wow with tho President, nud wns
disappointed that tho interview was
hhort. As ho passed down stairs ho is re
ported to havo said: "Ugh; no good."
The interpreter told him that the Great
Father was very busy nnd that hundreds
of wiilto men come hero nnd stay months
and cannot see him. "Ugh," was tho
answering grunt, "whlto man ono great
An Open Letter to tlio Knights nr Labor.
A malicious report liaving been cir
culated that I havo been selling Hcurlch's
beer tinder my name, and that in conse
quence of this the boycott now on Mr.
llcurich shall also bo placed on mo, I am
compelled to state that these charges are
utterly baso and false. The originator of
60 Infamous n report is cordially Invited
to countenanco me on this point to provo
liis assertions or retract them.
Navy Yard Hrewory,
I) street southeast, near Fourteenth.
A Delightful Excursion,
The ladles of tlio National Homeopathic
Hospital Association will give a grand
moonlight oxoursion on tho steamer Lady
of tho Lake or Jane Mosely down the Po
tomac River, starting at5:30 p.m.. Friday,
Juno 2(1, and return nbout 10:30 p. in.
Music and dancing will bo tho order of tho
evening, and tho Indies will servo refresh
wonts with Itusslan tea, lemonade, etc.
I II ! I- II II
Superintendent Smith Improving.
Tlio condition of Mr. AV. 11. Smith,
puperintemlent of tho Botanical Gardens,
continues to improve. Thfo orniiu:
found him to be so much bettor that his
physicians entertain witch brighter hopes
of his recovery.
Tho Marine Band concerts may bo vory
enjoyable to tlioso who nttond thorn, but
the music Is not half so line as tup tunc-
he music Is not half so ilne as tho link
ing of ice ngninst tlio goblet whioh con
nlns Tharp's host whisky, mint and
tignr. Tharn is at 813 F street northwest.
Clearing salcboys' suits. Klseman Bros . , 7 & E .
, lcnrlng uleXoy' suits. Elscmau Bros-, 7 & E.
Tlio Twenty-Seventh Annual Commence
ment This Morning.
The twenty-seventh mutual commence
ment of Uonznga College was held this
morning in Albaugh's Grand Opera
House nt 10 o'clock. Tlio music washy
u select orchestra from tho Marine Hand,
conducted by Mr. John Phillip Sousa, tho
selections including soios by Frank W.
Lusbv, Henry Jnegcr nnd Win. Jaeger,
which were well received. Tho following
programme was rendered: Heading, "Tlio
Wicckof the Hesperus," junior students;
education. "Training of tlio Mind and
l!ndy,"J. K. French, J.N. Hamilton:
reading, "The Hattleof Fort Christian,"
by the elocution elni, nnd nn exhibition
drill bv the Uonzagn Cadets.
The following students attaining above
03 percent, received medals in the dlfi'er
ent divisions; First grammar, John I).
Ilealcv; second grammar, John A.
.Sweeney : thiid grammar, Thomas A.
Decker and O. C. Kctchum: first rudi
ments, K. 1'. MeKennv, 1). T. Williams and
A. V. Pchwnkopf : special latin, J. F. Me
Kalg, 11. V. I.eathv ; second rudiments,
CO. Mallet; second Kngllsli, M. Cave
nngh ; second mathematics, John A,
Sweeney, T. M. Ilnrvcy; third mathe
matics, J. A. Kennedy ; first arithmetic,
C. T. Carter, IS. V. I.eathv, W. J. lloiilcck,
I). T. Williams, econd arithmetic, Unit
J. Itacdv, It. T. Thorn. Thomas A. llceker:
third arithmetic, J. J. Foley; bookkeeping,
Charles T. Carter.
A special gold medal was awarded to
John A. Sweeney for Christian doctrine,
Tlie gold medal of the Phoclou Society
for excellence in debate wns awarded to
Charles T. Carter. The cadets' medal for
excellence In the manual of arms was
awarded to Jeromo A. Magee, the judges
being tho commissioned officers of the
National itillos Cadets.
A large number of students recclviiignn
average nbovc 83 per cent, received pre
miums, nnd all who-c average was above
70 per cent, wcio honorably mentioned.
Protecting tho Monument,
The addition of further protection to
the Monument from lightning will be
completed by Friday, Superintendent
McLaughlin and his force having been
engaged in tlio work since Monday. The
four copper rods will be screwed into a
copper band fitted over the base ofthe
aluminium tip nud extended down tiic
four corners ot the roof, n distance of nine
iti;b uvilf ,t u.u lift .. uv;3u luii. ,, ...v.,,
will be screwed to the marble, will have
piojectlng tips of three Indies in length
set at distances of eight incites apart; at
the bottoms, tlio rods will pass through
drilled holes to the interior of tiio shaft
and be connected with tho tops of the
elevator columns. The rods and their
points will not he visible from the ground
below, except with strong glasses, and
will thus not mar the appearance of the
Anxious to Sen 11111.
I.erov Johnson, Georgo linker and
John Travers, three small hoys, were
fined .r each by Judge Snell this morning
for destroying public trees. The charge
against them was climbing trees at Ath
letic Park to sec Buffalo Pill's show. 0111
cer Cross testified that the trees wore dam
aged. Tlio Court decided yesterday that
there was no taw against climbing tele
phone poles, but he said to;day that that
decision did not include trees.
Subscriptions and mlcerllstments for Tim Cnino
rtcelud at V. U, Flclllng't drug ttore.
Death of IIev. Mn. Gnoss. Kov. II.
A. Gioss, whose serious illness was no
ticed in last week's Cnmc, died at ills
residence on Thirty-second street last
night of pleurisy, aged -18 years and 10
months. Mr. Gross was a member of Po
tomac Lodge No. 5, Potomac Chapter No.
8, and Potomac Commnndory No. 3. He
will bo buried on Friday afternoon at 3:30
by tho lodge and commandery. Inter
ment at Oak Hill Cemetery.
A Basket Picnic Messrs. Bidie and
Leonard Kidwell and the young ladies of
Georgetown gavo n basket picnic to tlio
philosophy clnss of Georgetown Collego
yesterday. Tho Puck carried the party
up to Potomac Landing, whoro a most
bountiful repast wns partaken of. After
a most delightful day they returned to the
residence of Miss Weaver nnd spent tiio
evening in dancing, etc.
Kxcur.stoN to Caiiik' John. Tlio steam
packets II. O. Wagner and Kxcelslor car
ried tho Twenty-sccond-street Baptist Mis
sion on an excursion to Cabin John to-day.
About COO persons wero on board.
Pout News. Arrived: Canal-boat Sam
uel Jarboe, with 3,000' bushels of wheat
and 000 bushels of corn for J. G. and J. M.
PcnsoNAi.. Mrs. M. L. Fry, who lias
been spending tho spring in lllchmond,
returned home Monday.
The Hivcn's Condition. Temperature
nnd condition of water nt 7 a. m.: Groat
Falls, temperature, 72; condition, 30; re
ceiving resorvoir, temperature, 78; condi
tion nt north connection, 30: condition
nt south connection, 30; distributing
reservoir, temperature. 77: condition at
influent gate-house, 110; condition at dilu
ent gate-house, 30.
Cawtol Conceht. The Marine Band
willperfonn the following programmo at
tho Capitol grounds tills evening: March,
"Kaiser Joseph," Strauss; Mosaic, "Brie-a-Brac,"
Missud; valse. "See-Saw,"
Crowe; selection, "Mikado," Sullivan;
collocation, "Tlio Beggar Student," Mil
locker; potpourri, ''Squatter Sover
eignty," Braham; galop, "Les Malledcs
Mns. KiciiAims' FuNKnAi,. Tho funeral
of tho late Mrs. Klcanor K. Hichards took
place yesterday afternoon from tho resi
dence of her son-in-law, Mr. James S.
Capps, No. 1713 Vermont avenue. Tlio
pall-bearers wero Messrs. L. G, Bonis, K,
it, jmvau, w, a, uodge, ji, u. l'oiuin
horn, J. Flndlay Harris and Adrian M.
Jones. Tlio interment was at Glonwood
Mrs. Coylk's Kifxr.n.ii.. Tlio funeral of
Mrs. Coyle, who died last Monday, will
take place this afternoon from iter Into
residence, No. 230 Ninth street. Mrs.
Coylo was tho mother-in-law of Mr. John
T. Mnrtin, cashier of Adams Kxpress Com
pany. AmiESTEn ron Wastino Water, Frank
Falslcy was arrested yesterday for wasting
Potomac water. Ho was lelenscd on &
Taken to St. Klizareth. Mary Grant,
nn insane whlto woman, ago 10, was re
moved to St. F.llzabcth this morning in
tlio polico patrol wagon,
Mn, BmciiAM'H Funehm.. Tlio funeral
ofW. K. Bcacham took placo from the
residence of his parants, 1012 Pennsyl
vania avenue, yesterday afternoon, Itev.
Father O'Sulllvanof St. Petcr'sofllclntlng,
Tho Cullginpli lit the IVui-lil'it Fair.
Wo attach no great value to our prize at
Isow Oilcans, or to the fact that we
''scooped" the Items this was to bo ex
pectedbut as our competitors havo, for
advertising purposes, set up an imaginary
committeo onu awarded thcmsolves n
"vnlunblo gold medal" which tlioy did
not get, wo are disposed to glyo tlio pub
lic tlio truth.
"New Orleans, La., Juno 20, 1833.
"Ii'. 11. Porter, Waihington, 1. O.
"Tho Remington Typo-writer received
"Gus. D, Breaux,
"Chairman of Awards."
" 'Caligrnph Office,' 033 F street." adit,
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Thy Borkeloy. It Is pure.
Cicnrlngsale.serge suits. Elsoman Bros,, 7 &E.
II. H. .Evans, llobort Loltch. Jr., nnd
Georgo I). Scott havo been appointed no
taries puhlio of tho District ol Columbia.
She our 80 pants to order. Hamburger's.
ON THE WHEEL.
Notes nnd CniiinmiitN of IntercHt to
Howell, Wood nnd Chambers, the Kng
llsli bicyclers, will be over this fall to
compete nt (lie Springfield games. Last
year Hendcc had not recovered from a bad
fall and was not In good trim. This year
ho is in gieat condition, and the Kngllsli
men will not lio so successful.
Crist, our 18-year-old rider of Washing
ton, promises great things. He came in
second in his race in New York the other
Sixth nnnutil meet of the League of
American Wheelmen at llullulu July 2
The prizes for the Cleveland, 0., races,
on August 27 and 28, aggiegatc in value
Over 2,000 bicycles were shipped from
Coventry, Ktigland, during one week last
Mr. 1). B. MeMttllln of Deiinlson will
lend a party of wheelmen from Knslern
Ohio and Pennsylvania to the Ohio Divi
sion meet at Springfield, starling from
Zancsvillc on the Kith of July.
Cleveland (0.) Bicycle Club's tourna
ment at Cleveland, August 27 and 23.
Twenty events will be contested, and next
to Springfield, Cleveland promises to be
the race meeting of tho season.
Singer ei Co. of Kngland arc bringing
outn new tnndem tricycle, which, in com
pliment to America's great racing centre,
they tire going to call the "Springfield."
Mr. F. A.Klwell of Poitland, Me., is or
ganizing n summer trip, to be termed "tlio
Moosehcod nnd Mount Desert tour."
About thirty riders from Boston, Hartford,
Spiinglicid, New York and other places
have given in their names.
As a proof that Aniorlcan-niadc bicycles
nie in no way behind tho'-oof foreign man
ufacture, Mr. II. W. Williams, president
of the Massachusetts club, says that ho has
ridden l.'l,r00mlleson American machines,
and never found one to full.
Bv bunching their hits In the eighth
inning the Nationals won the game with
tiio Virginias yesterday by a score of 0 to
1. Base-hits, Nationals 8: Virginias, 0;
errors, Nationals, 0; Virginias, 0.
Tlio Jersey City Club lias disbanded and
the Trenton Club will be transferred to
Jersey City. The Trcntons will retain
their schedule of games. Powers of tho
Tientons will manage tlio nine.
The Nationals meet the Norfolksthis af
ternoon at Capitol Park. The betting will
all bo one way.
The following shows the record of tlio
Kastern League games lost and won, In-
ciuuinc yesterdays games:
VMnla Utl 8
National 'Jl 11
Tienton" 'J.J 11
Newark 'JO 10
Lancaster. ...in 15
Norfolk M liU
Jersey CI tv... 1) 27
Atlantic Cflty. 5 ill
The Hnrvards aro now tho favorites over
Yale in the betting over their eight-oared
lace Friday. The easy victory of Ilnr
vaid over Columbia set pcoplo thinking.
A man in Maine lias invented a boat on
rollers to bo used in skating rinks. Kx
cellent time can bo made with It. Night
before last Courtney, l'oss and Conley
rowed exhibitions with it in New York.
Boss covered a mile In 7:30, Conley a half
mile in 3 minutes. Courtnoy's time was
over a minute faster than Boss.'
Hanlan is looking for boats. Ho has
oidered a new paper of Waters, hut wants
nlson new wooden. Teenier will beat
him in a majority of tho races arranged.
Bob Cook, who is training tho Yalo
crew, says that Harvard beat Columbia
becauso they jumped off with the lead, but
that they can't beat Yalo that way.
Tlio Color Lino In the Polico Court.
Matthew A. Cherry, a colored black
smith of Eighth and Boundary streets
was before Judge Shell this morning on
the charge of cruelty to animals. Several
witnesses testified that Cherry struck the
horse with a blacksnako whip about 100
times, splitting the hide of tho animal. A
fine of $3 was Imposed, Cherry, who is a
tall old man, has been beforo tlio Court bo
fore and always preaches ii sermon to the
Court and claims to be inspired, and that
tlio Judge or no other mortal has any
power lo punish him, and as usual ho was
carried out by four policemen. Ho was
put into tlio dock the Court thinking lie
was shamming insanity. He raised quite
a timo in tlio cell whero ho was put and
was brought up again for trial. Seeing
that tlio Judgo was in earnest, ho changed
his tactics and cot down on his knees in a
supplicating attitude. He was lined $20
or ninety days In jail for contempt of
couit. In disposing of tho caso Judgo
Snell said that if he thought tlio prisoner
was insane he would not punish him.
But heclaimedthat he was punished be
causo lie was colored, and ho was a dis.
graceto his race.
Gihi.h and Flowers. The display of
young ladies, little girls aud flowers was
pretty and gay at St. Mary's Academy,
North Fairfijx street, to-day, the occasion
being tho annual commencement exor
cises. This institution is conducted by
tho sisters aud is a most excellent school
Teriiiito Storm. The most violent
storm'ever known in that section occurred
in around Front Boynl on Sunday last,
prostrating trees, fences, itc.
After Many Years. Captain George
W. Bock wrote n letter a short time ago to
the Washington k Alexandria Itnifrond
Company which Induced that company to
repavo St. Asnph street from whero their
track was icmoveil several years ago.
Goino a-Fishino. Gen. Starkwcathor of
AVushington has applied to Captain
Charles Kelley ofthe sailing vessel Annie
Gibson to take himself and companions
on n-fishing nnd hunting trip to tho lower
Potomac nud ChesnpeakoBay.
'The Desmond-Brenner Assault. Tlio
trial of William ("Teddy") Desmond for
an assault on a littlo child of Peter Bren
ner several days ago, which lias been de
layed until tho child was able to appear as
a witness, came up before tlio Mayor to
day, and the great array of witnesses wcro
being examined when this report closed.
Vicious Doos. Luther Howard, cm
ployed nt Dcheino's undertaking estab
lishment, is sufierinu fiom the oll'ccts of a
severe bito by a vicious dog. Tlio animal,
which had bitten soveral persons previ
ously, was Idlled by order of tho mayor.
A little daughter of Bobert Grimes was
bit yesterday by a dog belonging to Mr.
George Young, who, having refused to
havo the dog killed, wns summoned beforo
Committee on Gas. This committeo
will meet to-night to audit tho account of
the superintendent of gas for tho year
ending June 30.
Cruelty to HisMule, Enoch Grayson,
eoloied, wos nrreited this morning by
Ollleer Franks, and will appear beforo the
mayor for cruelly beating lus mule.
A I'ortiitio for T. AV. Clmuln of Mnyimi'd,
Mr. J.W. Cliapln, a uoalcr In tens, etc.. In
Jlaynaid, JIns.s.,camulnto tlio city to collect
31,200, providentially his property. Some
weeks hko bo purchased from SI, A, Dauphin,
New Orleans, I.a., a one-fifth of ticket Ko,
18,807, In tho drawing for May 12, in tlio
Louisiana State Lottery. Ho received from
Adams Kxpress Co. $1,'20U. Uoktou (Mass.)
Htnr, Jtmo tl.
Clearing snlo, $10 suits. Uleman Bros., 7 & E.
Berkeley is pure.
Tin: announcement that tho marriage of
Miss Mauiella Hear nnd Mr. Cluules 11.
Hnnfoid would take placo last evening,
was Incorrect, as tho event will occur one
week from last evening,
Clenrlngsnle, sackBiilts, Elseman Bros., 7 & E.
"Aldernoy Dairy AVaBonn."
Fresh Alderney butter, churned every morn
ing and delivered In MS ft. "Wurd" prints, 35o.
per lb. Also cottngo eheeso, buttermilk and
sweet milk, Co por qt, Cream, lOo, purplut,
I. i I.
Clearing sale, Norfolk suits. Elseman Bros,
THE ARMYJWD NAVY.
Notes of Interest to tlio Sorvlco 1'rom
All Alone tho Lines.
Connuodoro W. Scott Schley has re
turned from Boston and Newport.
Colonel James O. McKcc, surgeon, Is
under treatment at Providence lloapltal
Paymaster Worthington Goldsborough
is in tho city from tlio League Island
Colonel J. Ford "Kent, captain Third In
fiintry. is at tho Ebbltt House from Syra
cuse, N. Y., with his bride.
Captain J. Scott Payne, Fifth Cavalry,
was in tho city yesterday, en route to join
his regiment troin sick leave.
Colonel nnd Mrs. Julian McAllister nr
rived in San Francisco last week from the
Jlenlcla Arsenal, on their way hero for a
Lieutenant John C. Fremont, Jr., U. S.
Nnvy, nrrlved In San Francisco last Wed
nesday from Now York to rejoin the Hart
ford. Lieutenant M. Fisher Wright, U. S. N.,
who is now serving on hoard tho captured
bark Aiubroso Light, is at the Ebbltt
Assistant Engineer Waller M. McFar
land, who is on duty at Cornell Univer
sity, is visiting hcie at No.223 Ninth street
Lieutenant-Commander Isaac Hazlctt,
who has jut been examined for retire
ment, has taken quarters at No. 1011 Thir
Colonel S. N. Benjamin, assistant adu-tant-GencrnI,
will leave here Saturday
with Mrs. Benjamin for his now station nt
Captain Edward J, Spauldlng, Second
Cavalry, and Mrs. Spaulding, arrived in
San Francisco last week from Fort Bid
well. Northern California.
Colonel Daniel D. Wheeler, assistant
quartermaster, who wns recently on duty
nt Fort Monroe, arrived in San Francisco
last Thursday for duty at the Presidio.
Naval Cadets Bobert 13. Coontz and Ed
ward AV. Ebcrlc, who gradualej this
month at Annapolis, arrived in San Fran
cisco last week, under orders to tlio Pacific
The Navy Betlring Board will lcavo to
morrow or Friday for Union, W. Va., to
examine Ensign Thomas A. Parke, who
is too 111 from pulmonary trouble to coino
Ensign Frank W. Toppan, who has been
on sick lcavo at Charlestown, Mass., for a
long time, arrived at the Ebbitt Houso
tliis morning and appeared before the
Betlring Board to-day.
Lieutenant Samuel Seabury is ordered
to continue, on special duty at tho Navy
Depaitment until July 1, 1BSC. Sailmaker
James W. Wlngato is detached from tho
Powhatan and placed on sick leave.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Now Yorlc Stock Mnrltot.
Tho following linvo been furnished by J.
Vance J.eI,, broker, southwest corner Llghth
and F streets:
h & Nash.
uru Trans mi's
Hock Isl.. 110)3
Del & II..
Tlio following summary Is by B. K. Plain &
Co., St. Cloud bulldlnc, Ninth and F streets:
10 15 I
i o oat
i 0 80
0 80 I
II. K. Plain & Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes tho following oil quotations: Closed yes
teidny, 81JJ. Opened to-dny, 83M;hlghwt,
81; lowest. 83M; 2:30, 81JS.
Tho following aro tho closing quotations of
tho WnshliiRton Stock llxchanRO to-day as fur
nished by Messis. Tow cis&Oreeil, bankers:
Washington & Georgetown bonds 11(1
Metropolitan stock 81
Columbia stock 30
North Capitol and 0 street 40
Washington City Gaslight Co 42U
Georgetown Gaslight Co 11H
Franklin Insuranco Co
National Metropolitan IusurancoCo 01
National Union Insurance Co 17HJ
Arlington Insuranco Co 130
Columbia Insuranco Co 10 Ji
German-American Insuranco Co 130
I'otomao Insuranco Co 45
Itlggs Insuraneu Co OW
Hoard of Publlo Works Green 8s ()IW
Mnsonlo Hall bonds 102 M
Washington Market Co. stock 10J.fi
" " bonds 100
Inland and Soacoast Co. stock
" " " bonds
Wash'npton Brick Mnclilno Co. stock,... Of)
llank of Washington CO
Hank of Washington 30
National Mctiopolltan Dank 135
National Hank of the Itepubllo
Fanners' nud Mecnanlcs1 National Hank
Citizens' National llank 105
Second Nat lonal Hank 1034
Central National l);mk
Great Falls Ico Co 83
Heal KstatoTltlo Insuranco Co... .'.....,. 100'j
Pennsylvania Telephone Co 51
Chesapeake & I'otomao Telephone Co ... . 5 Vi
V. S. ilcctrlcLlsht Co
U.S. and I). C. Bonds and Metropolitan It. It
Cleaving sale, children's suits. Elsoman Ilros.
T. JAM1SS' IIOXKIj,
Sixth street nnd Pennsylvania uvonuo.
L. WOunilaitV, Proprietor.
AUSTIN P. BROWN,
REAL ESTATE and LOANS,
1426 F Street Northwest,
Attention given to Real Eatato In nil Its
Houses Bought, Sold nnd Rented.
Vacant Property, City and Suburban, bought
Loans Negotiated. Jol-ly
HATS AND UMBRELLAS.
Mackinaw Straw Hats
The celebrated MACKINAW HT1UW HAT3
DUNLAP &. CO. of New York
Fcatl and Doe color, Dress and Derby hats
In all shapes, at
WILLETT & RUOFF'S,
Bole Agents for D union's Now York nuts,
005 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
80W 8(1 I
70 W1 71
? :fj ":
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Wnys anil Hours of Gcttlnjr lit nnd Out
DKI'AItTimi: or Itnlli-omt Trains from
lliiltluioro & Potomac Depot, Sixth and
For Jlofton2 p. in, (without change of
Fur Km York 12:15, 7:10, 8:.T0, 0:10
(limited) and 11 a. in.; 2, 1
and 10 p. in.
Fcr Philadelphia 7:15. 8:30, 0: lOtind 11 a. in, ;
2, -I, (land 10 p. in.
For Baltimore 0:33, 7:15, 8:.T0, 9:10 and 11
a.m.; 12:05,1!, 1, 1:25, 1:10, Omul
11 p. m.
For Chicago, Cincinnati ami St. Louh 0:10
n. m. nud 7:10 p.m.
For Buffalo, FAmira and 1 farrisburg 0:10
n. m. nnd 10 p. in.
For Annapolis (I:!i5 n, m., 12:05 and -1:25
For Pope's Creek Line 7:15 a. in., -1:10
I'l-oin lliiltluioro & Ohio It. It. Depot,
Coriier Now ifomuy Acnue noil O
For Baltimore r, 0:10, 0:10, 7:30, 8:30 and
10.05n. ni.t 12:10, 1:25, .1:15, 3:30.
4:30, 1:10,5:10,0:10, 7, 8:25 nndll
For Annapolis 0:10 (Sundays 8:30) n. in.;
12:10 and 4:30 p. m.
For Pointof Bocks, Frederick 7:25a.m.; 1:10
For Harper's Ferry and Shenandoah Valley
8:10 nnd 0:25 n. in., 5:30 and
0:10 p. m.
For iranertloivnGi'iO p. m.
For Chicago 10 n, m 10:10 p. in.
J"or Pittsburg 10 a. in., 0:10 p. m.
For Nov Oilcans (express) 0:25 n. m.
For Cincinnati, l.ouiscillcandSt. Louis 3:30
and 10:10 p. in.
Trout Alexandria V Fredericksburg, and
Alexandria .V AVashliigloii It. it., Sixth
mid II Streets, lliiltluioro & Potomac.
For Alexandria 0,7,0:25, 11:01, 11:35 a. in.:
2:05, 4:2(1, 4:15, 0:25, 8:05 and
11:37 p. in.
For Ukhmond and the South 0 and 11:01 n.
m., nnd 4:15 p. in.
From Chcsnpcnlco & Ohio It. It., Sixth
ami It Streets, llulttinore A; Potomac
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and South WM
n. in. nnd 5:15 p. m.
For Fori Monroe, Newport JSewa and Norfolk
11 n. m.
From Washington, Ohio & Western It,
It., Sixth nnd 11 Streets, Ilnltlmoro &
For Alexandria, Lccsburg and Bound Hill
0:25 n. m. and 4:25 p. m.
AltltlVAL or Trains nt lliiltluioro &
Potomac Depot by llnltlinnro & Poto
mac It. It.
JVom Boston 2:15 p. m.
iVent iYcitf York and Philadelphia 5:25,8.05
nnd 10:50 n. in.; 1:10, 2:15. 4:05,
7:10 nnd 10:10 p. in.
2-Vc?ii ifoi'more-0:30, 8:05, 8:10, 8:50, 0:25
and 10:50 a. in.; 1:10, 2:15, 4:05,
0:50, 7:10, 8 and 10:10 p. m.
I'Voui Chicago. St. Louis and Cincinnati
0:30 and 0:25 a. in.; 5:50 and 8
From Annapolis -8:10 a.m.; 2:15 and 5:50
From Buffalo, Elmira and Harrisburg0:2o
a. m. and 8 p, m.
lly Alexandria & Frcderlckshurpr, nud
Alexandria & Washington It. It.
From Alexandria 42:10, 0:05, 8, 10, 10:10, a.
m.; 1, 3:05, 3:23, 0:10, 7:05 and
11:35 p. m.
From Bichmoud aud the South 10:10 a. m.;
3:23 and 11:35 p. m.
Ity Chesnpcalio & Ohio It. It.
From Cincinnati, St. Louis and the South -8
a. in., 0:50 p. m.
From Foil Monroe, Newport News and Nor-
folk-S-AO p. m.
Ity "Washington, Ohio & Western It. It.
From Alexandria, Leesburg and Bound Hill
8:25 n. in., o:33 p. m.
At Ilnltlmoro & OhloDcpot by Ilnltl
moro & Ohio It. It.
From Baltimore 12:20, 0:30, 8:10, 8:30, 0:50,
10:35 and 11:15 a. m.; 1:50
(Sunday 3 p. m.), 3:20, 4:30,
0:10, 5:25, 0:35, 8, Oand 10 p.m.
i'l-oin Annapolis 8:30 n. m. (10:35 on Sun
day), 1:50 nnd 5:25 p. m.
From Point oj Bocks and Frederick 3:23
a. m.; 4:15 and 8:15 p. m,
From Harper's Ferry and Shenandoah
Valley 0:50 n. in.; 5:30 and
10:55 p. m.
From Hagmlown 0:50 a. m. and 5:30 p. in.
i'Vom Chicago and Pittsburg 7:20 a. m. and
0:30 p. m.
From Nctv Orleans 10:55 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis
On. in. and 1:15 p. m.
AIUUVAT. AND DEl'AUTUIU: OF
1'ort Monrno, Fluey Point nnd Norfolk
Seventh Street H7iar(stcanicr Georgo Leary)
Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays
nnd Saturdays, at 5:30 p. m.;
returning Mondays, Thursdays
and Saturdays, at 0 a, m.
Sixth Street Wharf (steamer Jano Mosclcy)
Monday. Wednesday nud
Saturday, leaves at 5:30 p. m.
Arrivo 0:30 a. in., Wednesday,
Friday and Monday.
Potomac Itlvor Landings.
Sixth Street Wharf (steamor Thompson)
Mommy. Wednesday and
Fiiday, leaves at 7 a, m,
Mount Vernon nnd Marshall Hull.
Scienth Street Wharf (steamer Corcoran)
Leuvesnt 10 a, m. daily. Arrivo
4 p. nu
Lower Ccilni- Point.
Steamer Armenia Leaves nt 0 a. in,, daily,
Chapel Point (I'otomao Itlvor).
Steamer George Law Leaves at 8:15 a, in.,
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday
nnd Saturday arrive 0:30 p. m.
Steamer Marv Washington LcavcsatOa.in.,
Saturdays, returning nt 0 p. in.
Great Pulls unit Onhlu John llrldge.
Packet Excelsior trom High and Canal
streets, Georgetown) Leaves
nt 8 n. in,, Sundays, Tuesdays
and Fridays, leturning at 8
National Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co.,
OlOPoniin. Ave. N". "W., "Washington, D.C.
CASH CAPITAL, SIOO.O0O.
UDWAltD OL.VltK, rres,
.SAMUICL CllOSS, Seo'y.
CAEP E TI3ST C3-S-GEO.
nas in BtocU a lull line ot Oarpettnes, all
gradoa Oilcloths, Oocou and straw uattlngs,
Aleo Ifttost styles In Wall l'aner, Window
Shades and Curtain Uoode. Wlro Window and
421) KINTH STREET N0uTHWE8r.
437 SEVENTH ST. NORTHWEST.
O. P. BURDETTE, Solo Agent.
China-ware ana Honsefornislilng Goods
AT LOW PKI0C8.
H. HOLLANDER, Agent
408 BEVENTU ST. NORTHWEST,
B. GL DAVIS,
719 Market Space.
Fancy Parasols at Cost.
In order to closo out tho romnlnder of our
stock of I'ANOY l'AKAHOLS, wo will offer
them for tho balance of tlio season nt 1'Hl.MI!
COST. Sun Umbrellas nt the lowest prices
Now Is your tbno to buy. Como early. M
Job lot lino nnnllty Egyptian nnd Orlontal
I.nccs, boiiKlit nt irrenlly reduced prices, nnd
will be sold nccordliifdv. Ono pattern former
ly sold nt Sl.'-!3 per ynrd, now Olio.; others In
proportion. Wo aro showing the largest stock
of Hamburg KduliiRS over placed on our coun
ters. Jinny of theso goods linvo beau bought
In tho Inst few days, much below price, unit
must bo seen to bo appreciated.
On Our Remnant Counter
Wo linvo placed n special lot of Hninburits,
slightly polled, and with this lot havo added
ninny fliort lcnstlis, which will bo sold nt
Special offering of nbovo goods, ono lot at
18c. i:xtra pood value, llettcr Roods at vor-
FANS! PANS! FANS!
Our display will astonish you. Never beforo
havo wo shown such a varlotj', all slei, nil
kinds, for all acs and sex.
RIBBONS ! RIBBONS !
Tho best stock In Washington. Special offer
ing In Sash Itlblons. Bottom prices.
GLOVES ! GLOVES !
Pllk, I.lsle. Cotton and Kid. Largo stock and
con cct pi ices,
All sizes, prices and qualities, from Oc. up,
Kvcrvtlilns in this lino that can bo found In
a first-class stock. Another lot of I'lnlit India
Linens at VJHjo. Theso aro the same goods
Bliown by us early In tho season, and that wero
In such great dcmnnd.
Brack Dress Goods.
Dlack Grenndlncs and other Mid-Summer
fabrics will bo found In this department.
Pi lees guaranteed.
Flno Extracts, liny Hum, Florida Water and
Popular Goods and Prices.
8th St. and Market Space.
811 SEVENTH STREET.
The Largest Stock of Millinery and
Fancy Goods and Visiles In the city.
IE. Or. ID.A.VIS,
Black Dress Goods, Embroideries,
Laces and Trimmings.
710 MARKET SPACE, WASHINGTON, D. O,
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Full Stock ot Sun Umbrellas and Parasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
Btlcy UnlliUnK, Cor. OIU nud Sli. n. it
Ladies' Tailor and Habitmakor,
730 Seventeenth St. N. W.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and
lo Droit Building, 8th ami ITSts.
Large and Small Quantities. Strictly on
Commission, Prlvato Wires. Constant Quo
tations. Ofllco open from 8 a. in. to 5 p. m.
TOWEES & GREEff,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Northwest,
WABHINOTON, D, O,
Transaot a General Banking Business.
Deposits Subject to Oheck.
Special attention given to Departmental and
other Collections i uuy nnd Boll U. U, Hondo
aud all District Securities. Wo Issuo
Drafts and Circular Lottors of Credit
on Europe and the East
a. e. rLAiN,
w. u. niuus.
B. K. PLAIN & CO., BroKBrs.
Grain, Provisions, Potroloum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth and F Sto.
WABHINOTON, D. O.
City neterencos National Dante ot the lta
Chicago Correspondents MILMINE. HOD
MAN & uo.
Constant quotations ot tho Chicago and New
York Markets trom direct private wires.
r, U, LILLEY,
T, A, KttNDia.
FXB. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions
1427 V BTREET N, W., WASHINGTON, D. 0.
URANOII OFFIOE-4 S. HollMuy St., Ualtlmore
tSTRallway and otner Securities bougbt
and sold on Communion only. Stocks una
bonds bougbt tor luvestinont or carried on
n I1 1 pltasfint, turt curt.
H NVKii'rUihi .
by orncblof i iseiui
CARPETS 4HD FURNITURk.
815 Seventh Street.
! FUBNITURB !
And Upholstory Matorials.
415 Soventh St. N. W.
Carpoin, rurnlturo and Ifpliolstery, Now
Canton Unttlngr, a large StocK of Uaby Oar
riages, and the eolobrated
Window Bcrccns and tho Oolobrated Wood
Looac Covers for Furniture a Specialty.
Carpot, Furniture, Beddina, Dra
pery and Upholstery Warcrooms.
-V7-. HT- HOBKE,
801 MAIIKET BTAOE, 808 & 310 8tU 8t. n. W.
COLORED TISSUE PAPER,
Tlno Tor Moth Taper, Paper and Envelopos.
805 and 807 D St. Northwest.
FOR ENGRAVED AND PRINTED
PBEE'S, 1843 F ST.
Flato and 00 Cards, $2s 100 rrlntod cards,
SI. Opposlto Ebbltt llousoi
Buy Your Books and Stationery
ROOM MOULDINGS, &c
The Latest Styles, Lowest Prices.
411 NINTH ST. NORTH WEBT.
EDMONSTON & CO.,
1389 AND 1311 7 STREET,
AOd t Avenue Btore-013 PENN. AVENUB
One-Price Shoe Store.
fti A. L. HAZELT0N, Jfi
fMj 423 SEVENTH STREET,
Ondor Odd-Fellows' Hull.
E. O. Ilurt'a Fine Shoes for ladles a specialty.
HOOT AMD BUOKMAKKIt,
7( TrmtU St. u. w.. and 037 Pa. are. -.
t37-OAlITAI I'ltlZK $70,000.ffi3
Tlelicts only $5. Slinrcs In Proportion.
Louisiana Slate Lottery Company
" We do htiely certify that we supervise the ar
rangementsfor all the Monthly and Semi-Annual
Diallings of The Louisiana Sluts Lottery Com
vany, and in person manage and control the
Drawings themselves, ami that the same are eon
ducted tilth honesty, fairness and In good faith
toward all parties, aud we authoi he the Company
to use this lertiflcate.wlth facsimiles of our elg
natuics attached, in its advertisements."
Incorporated In 1808 for 25 years by tlio
Lcalslaturo for Educational nud Charitable
jmrposos with u capital of 81,OO0.ooo-to
which a rcscrvo fund of over J550.000 hn
blnce been ndded.
lly an overwhelming popular voto Its fran
chise was mado a part ot the present Statu
CouMUutlon adopted December 2d, A. I). 1870.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by
the people of any State. It never scales or pott
itones. ItH Oraiiil Slnglo Number Drawings
tnlio lilnco monthly.
A SI'JjKNUIU Ol'I'OIlTUNITYTO WIN
A VOItTUNK. SUVGNTJI OltAND DltAW.
1N0.CI.A8S O, IN THE ACADEMV Ol? MUSIC,
NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, July 14, 1883
lH3d Monthly Drawlwr.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $75.O0O.
100,000 TlolietH nt Flvo Dollurn Knoll.
I'rnvtlous, luriftli,lii iiiiiortIon.
LIST OP l'HIZES,
1 CATITAIi l'HIZE $75,000
1 do do 25,00(1
1 do do 10,000
2 ritlZES OP SO.OOIl , 12,000
n (lo 2,ooo.,,,, 10,000
10 do 1,000 10,000
20 do BOO 10,000
100 do 2(H) ,.,., 20,000
UOO do 100 80,000
1500 llo BO 25.0011
1,000 llo 20 ,..,. 25,000
II Approximation l'rlzcsof S7BO, 0,750
II do do BOO, .1,501)
U do do 230. 2,230
1,007 1'rlzos, amounting lo 82(13,1300
Application fur rates to elulu should ho made
only to tho oillou of tho Company In Now Or
Por further Information wrltocloarly. kIvIiib
full nddiess. 1'OSTAI. NOTKS, Expre
Jloncy Orders or New York Exchange hi onll
nnvy fetter. Currency by Ilxpross (all sums of
SB and upwnnll nt out oxpem.0) addrostul
III. A. DAUI'IIIN,
Kuw Ol leans, I.a.
JInkol', 0. Jlonoy Ordeis pnyable and ad
iliesn IteglHtoied I.ettern to
N1SW OIU.KANS NATIONAL HANK,
New Orleans, L.11,