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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 3, 1885.
WASHINGTON CRITIC.
TublUhcd l)alli,8mtlail Xxctpltil,
The Evening Critic Publishing Company,
HAM IT KILltOUllN, President,
W. M'OTT TOWKIIS, TrouMiror,
i:. u. bylvhstek, i:aitor.
1)1!. c, No. 1)11 I) Street, Tost Illllldlng,
Washington. V, V,
The Cnrrio Telephone Call is 1 1 1-2.
terms:
Mngle Coiiy .3 Cents
Hy Currier ................ 33 Cents
lly Hull, postme paid, one yer 1 t.so
aiy Mkll.posUgepntd, six months. 3.50
Mall tubtcrtpUons invariably (11 advance.
Address,
THE WASHINGTON CRITIC,
Wabhincitok, D. O.
Friday, July 3, 1885.
Ptrtoni hating the city for the summer can
fiate The Cnino malleil to thilr aiidrttt at '10
ctntt ptr month, pottage paid.
1V1IAT Sl'.NATOll CONGIIK SAYS
"TlIK CKITIC" SUSTAINED.
All interview was. licltl In Detroit yestor
Ony -itli United Stntes Senator Conger, of
which tv clear and intcllifilblo report is
printed elsewhere, in regard to the proba
ble action of tho Senate next winter upon
nominations made by President Cleveland
during the recess.
Although Mr. Conger docs not repeat in
terms tho language of tho icsolutions
agreed to in tho March caucus, and which
The Ciutic was the llrst newspaper in Uio
country to make public, It will bo seen
that he expresses substantially Uio samo
lews.
Thoidca is simply this: That of course tlto
Senate will not assume to interfere in any
way with appointments to olllco where tho
terms of the previous incumbents have
expired, or in tho case of such olllccsas
from their peculiar importance, and by
long usage, are associated with the policy
of tho Administration and esteemed ca-i-cnlliil
to its maintenance, but that where
removals hnvc been made on thcgiound
ofollcnsho partisanship, tlieieisn very
Mtrong probability that tho Senate will in-
tltutc rigorous invcsjlgation into tho at
tendant circumstances, with a view of
ascertaining whether tho oflenslvcncss of
tho Jtcpublicau olllcial suspended, nndof
the Democratic olllcial appointed, do not
to nearly balanco as to justify a lcfusal of
continuation.
Jf this doesn't mean exactly what Tun
Cjutio said, and for which, in various
quarters, it has been charged with at
tempting a piece of pure sensationalism,
then 'will somebody please to explain
u hat it docs mean ?
"Wo know we wcro right and wo were
right. Our information as to tlioaction of
the caucus came from such a source that
it was impossible we could bo wrong.
We maintained that the resolutions
quoted, and we now quote them again,
were adopted in cll'ect, and adopted they
were. Here they aio :
"1. Thai in case of the tcmouil of any
efficient Jlejmblican public officer on the al
legtd ground of 'offcwiic partisanship' ami
the nomination of a Democratic 'tartisan' in
hi) place THAT SUCH NOMINATION
"WILL NOT J5i: CONFIUMKD."
"2. That in caic any Democratic 'putlsnn'
euttscs the ) cmoial of an efficient Republican
find rcccins as his ichaid for causing such
n nwiul the nomination as successor to the tic
capitated official-Til AT SUCH NOMINA
TION WILL NOT UIO CONFIltMlCD."
It appears from w hat Mr. Conger says
that tills action has not been dcpaitcd
from, or even modified. AVhnt was tho
opinion of Senators in March, is tho opin
ion of Senators in July, and tho President
now Knows what he has to expect.
NO "C1UTI0" TO-MOIUtOW.
Iftberoisone holiday moro than an
other in this country when tho wheels of
toll should stop and all tho pcoplo go out
to play, it is on tho Fourth of July. It was
on this day nincty-ono years' ago that tho
grandest chapter in tho whole history of
civil liberty was written. Magna Clmrta
wnsgrcat, buttho Declaration ot Indepen
dence so much tho greater that all tho
nations can sec the dillcicnce.
The United States in ninety years has so
enlightened the world with its progress that
France sends a mighty monument across
the seas, in grateful recognition of what
America has done for freedom.
England, alter seven hundred and sev
enty years, is still handicapped with tho
trappings of royalty and wrestling with
the franchise.
Tho Fourth of July, theicforc, possesses
more significance than any 'other an
niversary on tho calendar. There is no
holiday to comparo with this. It were al
most sacrilege to ignore the associations
which it recalls, the lessons it teaches, tho
blessings it commemorates, tho immensity
of the future which it opens up to tho
grow til and development of human civili
zation, 'ihercforc should the wide Union
rejoice, and The Cmtio proposes to rejoice
with it.
the rinsT rouu moNTiis;
To every new administration tho period
between tho 4th of Marcli and the Itli of
July is one of peculiar importance, not so
much in developing its policy ad deter
mining its personnel. During tills period
the executive household is principally
engaged in setting itself in order, prepara
tory to tho greater responsibilities of tho
future. It is not until five months later,
except some raro emergency should inter
vene, that tho Administration Nignillcs to
Congress its views and recommendations
touching tho legislation of the Govern
ment and defines its position upon leading
public measures.
"With tho closo of tho present week Mr.
Cleveland will havo been four months In
otlicc. It has been a busy and laborious
time w ith him, such as perhaps no Presi
dent has ever experienced before, and
although it may bo complained, by men so
inpatient ofolllcc as to bo deaf to reason,
that ho has moved too slowly in tho dis
tribution of patronage, it needs but a
cursory glance to show that ho lias ac
complished an enormous amount of worl:
enough at least to afford tho country an
intelligent idea of tho quality of tho men
with whom ho desires to surround him
self, and of the motives by which he is
governed in their selection.
The general conclusion will be that in
tho cxerciso of ono of tho most difllcult
nnd thankless functions which & Presi
dent is called upon to discharge,
Mr. Cleveland has exhibited tho dis
cretion to bo expected of a business
man, with duo regard to tho demands of
party obligations, and that so few of his
appointments nro obnoxious to criticism
ah to create tho most satisfactory impres
sion ot the,perojiAlv charaotor Of his Ad
ministration. Thus much lia been dono since tho -lth
ot March, though tho work Is yet far from
tomplcto. Tho people, and we do not seo
low K can bo othcrwjto with tho politi
cians, aro convinced that tho President
wants to do tho right thing in tho right
way that ho means to administer tho
Government in tho interest of those who
support It, and that, so for as lies in his
power, tho public service In all its depart
ments shall ho brought up to tho highest
standard of honesty and olllclcncy.
"Whether he shall equally popular
ize his Administration when, hav
ing disposed of tho olllce-scekers, ho
Is brought faco to face with Congress and
the great Issues which are certain to ab
sorb legislative attention next winter, ie
mains of course to bo seen. It is enough
for the time being to bo assured that ho Is
well equipped with administrative ability
and will be sustained by the country as
long as he looks ralthfully after tho coun
try's interests. "A now Government can
not be improvised in u minute," as Sec
retary Lamar remarked not long ago, but
Mr. Cleveland is certainly entitled to the
credit of having made a fair start.
iTispicmaluio to chcrisli the fond de
lusion that Mr. Ulainc and Mr. Conkling
havo embraced and made friends, The
chasm is as far from being bridged as
over, though there arc plauslblo state
ments afloat to that cilcct. Tho New York
Ti'iiiwsays that "ono cannot swallow a
Story of that kind oil-hand, as the circus
man swallows a sword," and that If Mr.
Conkling Is looking about for a helpmeet,
which lie is not in the habit of doing, ho
would be more likely to select Logan than
lllainc. In the meantime the disabled
Gallia has not been heard from and the
fato ofMr. Conkling is uncertain.
Mn. F. P. Fnr.ms, ono of tho best
known, best-liked nnd most valued mem
bers of the stall' of tho lUening Star, has
sustained a sad loss, in tho death of his
estimable and accomplished wife, -Mrs.
Ora Ferris, which occurred yesterday
morning after a painful illness. She was
a St. Louis lady nnd but 28 years of age.
Mr. Ferris has tho sympathy of many
lricnds both Last and "West. The funeral
will toko place at 1 o'clock to-morrow,
from her husband's lcsidcnco at Ingle
side, Mount Pleasant.
Tnr. Texas papers appreciate merit
when tliey see it and know how to ex
press their appreciation in LonoStar Eng
lish. Speaking of tho llev. Sam Jones,
the motaphoric evangelist of Georgia, who
is now in that region, ono of tho editors
says of him that "In n slugging match
with tho devil ho knocked that Plutonic
functionary out of tinio with a regular
John L. Sullivan lick, accompanied with
a sort of lay-on-MacDuil" Invitation to
come again
Tim Haiti more JIauld ri'ci to remark
with no less tciscncss than truth that, ''if
certain newspapers in Uio country would
cease making themselves ridiculous by
slopping over in praiso of Miss Clovclaud
w e think that they would please that lady.
If she is as lovel-hcadcd as wo take tho
Cleveland family 'to bo, slio must feel tho
heartiest contempt for theso sycophants
and busybodies."
The Ohio Prohibitionists evidently
mean business. They havo no faith in the
llcpublican party and no sympathy for
the Democratic pai ty. Consequently they
havo placed a ticket of their own in the
field, to tho unuttciablo consternation of
the party in -which they havo no faith.
Many aro tho ways in which tho Fouith
may be agreeably cpcnl both in and out
of town. Those who prefer to eclcbrato
in the country will find ample opportu
nity by consulting tho announcements of
excursions elsewheio In Tun Cmiic.
It begins to look as though tho mission
at Vienna jould stay empty awhile; and
no great harm can ensuo if it does. Tho
question isn't wortli bandying technical
ities about.
llrins to tho Fourth and the Old Flag.
PRESS POINTS.
Tin: Albany Morning Etpt ess, under Its
now management, denies that it is to be
Mr. Blaine's or anybody clso's organ.
The CArE May Daily Star commenced
its fourteenth season on "Wednesday under
the editorial management of T. II. Brooks
ami a. w. iianu.
TiiE.Charlotte (N. C.) Observer entered
upon tho thirty-fourth year of its publica
tion July 1, and celebrated tho event by
making its appearauco in a handsome
eiglit-pago form.
John A. Bell, managing editor of the
Detroit i'') Viess, has resigned that posi
tion to begin the practico of law. Ho has
been cpnnccted with that journal as
managing editor and as a wilier for nearly
twenty yeais.
Br.v. Gnonan II. SrAuuuKO, editor of
tho New Hampshire Journal, a Piesby
torian journal of high standing at Man
chester, has been called to tho pastorate
of tho First Presbyterian Church at
, Syracuse, N. Y.
TiieMkmcvn lmiTons, now on an ex
clusion through tho Northwest and at
Minneapolis to-day, aro twenty in number
and theioarosix Indies in the party. Tho
only American among them is J. Mastelhi
Clarke, a native of Arkansas, and proprie
tor of tlio Tuo Republics at tho City of
Mexico.
The Summer Capittil, a neatly printed so
ciety journal, mado Its first appearance at
Long Branch on Sunday, It is to bo pub
lished every Sunday during tho summer
months, nnd will bo devoted mainly to tho
doings of society along tho coast from
JUberon to Seabright. J ho editors aro
Henry L. btoddard and J.TownloyCrano.
Coi.oxci. Packard, editor of tho Bad
Lands CouVoy, returned tills week with
the lovely and accomplished bridu ho se
cured at Oberlin, 0. On their arrival at
Mulora the cow uoys turned out and gavo
them n hearty but noisy welcome. It was
the llrst experience of Mrs. Packard with
Dakota, and she was delighted with tho
country. St. Paul Globe.
Miss CluM'liinil'a IloitU.
"It will bo a rollof to us all," said n
number of the publishing linn which Is
bringing out Miss Cleveland's book, "to
have it on tho market. Tho number of
letters sent us regarding it is astonishing.
"When will it be out" was asked of
him by a New York Sun reporter.
"On TiioMlayinorniugnuxt, and with
out fall. AVo havo been delayed by tho
necessity of copyrighting tho book luKng
land bclore weputitin tho market here,
and again the demand was so great that
tile first edition was exhausted beforo it
was completed, now thesccond onois sold,
and on Monday, a day beforo a singlocopy
is issued, the third edition will go to press,
and the Indications aro that it will bogono
in a few days '
'Is it truo that coitly copies tiro being
prepared lor tho cx-ladlc f tho White
House?" , (
"Yes, Copies simi. tnoso which we
propose to present to Miss Cleveland aro
being made for them, and ono copy will
be lorwarded to Uuecu Victoria. Mis
Cleveland has nothing todowitli this, it
is our work. One copy will also bo sent
to tho President. It is the first time in
the history of tho country that tho 'Ikst
lady of tho land' has been an author, nnd
we are not unmindful of tho fact."
PEOPLE IN GENERAL.
(lr.KF.nAi. John 8. Hoiukson, Secretary of
State or Ohio, left hero last night for
Columbus,
l)n. Hoon or tho navy and Congressman
J. Floyd King of Louisiana are ot Whlto
Sulphur.
United Stvti.s Mimsteii Phelvs will
celebrate tho Fourth of July by an alter
noon icceptlon at his residence in London.
M. P. Handy, editor of the Philadelphia
A'ctrt, has taken a cottago al Capo May for
the summer, and Is now thuie with his
family.
Hon. Oionoi: M, ltonEsox, cx-Sccro
tory ot the Navy, and family are now oc
eupylng their cottago at Little Boar's
Head, ltyo Beach.
JtiDdE Stallo, recently appointed Ml n
Istcr to Italy, will bo given a faiowoll
dinner nt Cincinnati on Tuesday ovenlng,
under tho auspices of the Ohio Club.
SrNATonJoiiN Sheumvn was registered
last ovcnlng at the Fifth Avenue Hotel,
Now Yotk, on his way to tho Fourth of
July celebration at Woodstock, Conn.
"Can you tem. tho dlllercneo between
nn egg and cabbagol" asked young Mr.
Badger. "I can," responded Mr. Banter,
"I have been on tho stage for ten years."
Kbv. 1'. G. Buchann, n venerable
Uplscopal clergyman who has ictlred
fiom the ministry, and n brother of the
late President Buchanan, is summoriug at
Cope May.
Once Moitn w6 insist thnt Mr. Blaine
must look out for General Logan, else in
188 "Mo and Jack" w ill bo supplanted on
uio ticKei ny jock nnii some otucr enap.
Boston Globe.
Hon. Lotus K, McComh of Maryland
has recovered iioin his recent Illness,
which was of fivo weeks' duration, nnd is
again attending to his law business at his
oillcoin Hogcrstown.
Tnr. Spotting Hour, an F.ngllsh journal,
says that Fred Archer, tho jockey, won
$100,000 on ft combination bet on three
races tho Two Thouaud Guinea's the
Derby and tho Grand Prix.
Colonel Oscut Buiinnnwr, the brother
of Gcneial Stephen Burbridgc, will leave
hero to-night for his homo ot Paris, Ky.,
for which place his daughter, Mrs. Bill
ingsly, lelt with her cliiidieu on Tuesday.
Amono the tassenoeus who left New
York ycstenlay for Buropo by tho steamer
Itcpublic were Lieutenant E. St. J. Grcble,
U.S. N nnd Mrs. Gicblc; J. K. Kmmct.
the actor, his wife and son, nnd Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hustcd.
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OJJAJ;E:rLANEOySi
Advertisements of Tliree Lines under this head
Inserted three tlmei lor 45 cents.
170H SALK-A TINU 11-KKYKL) IMP.
? "Jleyer" flulo; in perfect onlcijcan bo
seen nt 7ih 7th st. Jyi) 3t
IT'On SALE CHEAP THOltOUGIIKimnn
English bull ten Icr pups; bitch and do?
Imported: wcljdit 1 1 lbs.; vcrv i aro and eiuno;
pood ratters; beauties. Apply 1!) llst.s. o.,
bet. 8.!10 and I) ft. in. and ii nail Hp. in. Jo'K) ilt
TpOJtHALE-
A VJt hoiso power Engine nnd boiler.
JeCO tf Apply at Critic onico.
LOST AND FOUND.
T OfeT S25 ItEWAltD -DIAMOND ItlNO
Xj with a stones. Abcnei!anl If returned
to ail) nth t n w. ly.int
FOR SALE LOTS.
T?oh SALE-, " "
Handsomo coiner lot, near Scott Cliole, at
reduced into.
Two lots, on 30th street, near Scott Circle,
at CO cents less than adjoining pound.
Ucslrablo crouml In Itliodo Island avenue,
near Connecticut luemio, at rcasunabto rates.
New and substantial corner dwelling, near
Dupont Circle, containing 13 looms, $11,000.
Ditto, near Diltlsh Legation, 17 rooms,
S2J,000.
Sceral dcslrablo countiy places near tho
city.
WM. P. YOUNQ,
JelO tf 1303 P street.
FOB SALE
Ily AUSTIN P. llItOWM,
1420 F st. n. w.,
40,000 feet of ground on lOtb st. n. w., bot.
Scott Clrclo audit St., and 00,000 feet on N.
H.iuo., bet. Dupont'ClrcIonnd I. st. Social
llrst class liouses, ranging In prlco from Si 0.
000 to 8100.000. Jolt) tf
FOR RENT HOUSES.
VVVVVVNVWWVVW'VW'WWWWV
Advertisements ol Threo Lines under this head
losertuUthreo times for 25 cents.
IOiritENTMS-ItOOJI HOUSE, PA. A Ylf,
: '2132: mod. lmn.. aas. water, etc.: good
uclghboiiiood; pump on bainu squaro; Inigo
.rnid; rent moderate Apply to Woscott &
Wilcox, 11)07 Pa. ao. JeJO 3t
I?0nnENT-l-113C0KC0HAN ST. N.W., 0
? rooms and bathroom; mod. imps. Apply
to Tlios. J. Myeis. 1210 V st. n. w. Je23 Ot
1?on HENT
: 14 13 Corcoran St., 0 rs and bath, mod, 1.
lf01 Sstrii. w., 8 rooms, mod. Impj.
113 0 st. s.o., 10
lllCNst. 11, W., 8 " " "
100 K st. n. w., stoio and dwelling,
1220 F st. n. w., stoieioom.
TIIOS J. MYERS,
Iteal Estate Agent,
Jel-lmo 121UFst.n.w.
IOTraNT-CCECTIONEOTSTORE,
: and flxtuics or sale, near Govt. Printing
Oflko. lOIIstnw. Jyl-3t
CAI.IOnAPII AND OTHER TYPE-WHITEHS
for lent at very icasoiiablo lates. In
sti actions Rl cm, ctu., at Callgraph olllco, 033
V M. iolO tf
FOR. SALE AND RENT.
1"KAXEMTAHrDMKTlN
.V oif
THOS. H. WAdQAMAN, 01 P street.
(ChAOKtirc&de Wednesd&js ant HaturdavB.)
THREK-bTOnY BItlOK AND
110D8Jj 1 OH SALE.
FRAME
Duddlngton, b p, estate, ot Daniel Crro)l-...tlW.00O
-".'untune, b h.mod lm.ll rn 17,00.1
Zll Aniae, mod 1m, U n , .... Himo
IIUN J aveno, b It. 11 is ,'M
;(ll UBtne.li ii, mod lm. 10 ro 4,000
rj5to;i3.lOHHe,i)U. mod Im, ora eacn 4,iuo
M K nn e. b li, modlin, 10 rs ;tiV)
210 lOlli nt n e. I In mod Im. 10 rj 2,wo
r:"i and CV lctn u n e, b b, moil Inipt, 7 r .. 2 (XK)
96 Uyttlest u e, b b, rood lm,7 ra 1,600
TWOBTORY BKIOK AND tfKAMK H0U3E8
FOU HALE.
1C37 VI nvc n w, b h, m lm, 7 rs f s COO
lCl'JLui n w dad 2 bouseii lu rear, mod lui,
fb.fl r S.OOO
2121, 2128, 21J0 K nt n w, 4 ra each, mol lm., i.uoo
llil. 1111,113.1. 1135-24111 bt, Ull.lta 3.MKI
in l) n n w, b h. mod lm, 7 m 1,700
11j3, llMJMhitu w, b b,mudlin,6r)i 1,200
IM and nio till nt 11 w, b Ii mod lm U ra ... 4.100
Wi.WiSOtbM 11 w. I h,& rs. for bo' h '!iiw
'211S.vl2U.2122irsinu.bli mud liu(.s, lira... I,m)
iUJl I st u w. b ti, moi leant, nit s.noi)
CNIMI'ltOVKD VJlOPEltlY 1'OR HALK.
Per Knot.
K st. hi 116th nnd 171b sts n w u
K st, bet I Uh unit ism n w ito
17th UIKt 1 81(1 II W '2,00
N V nvc, bet I'tli nnd 101 h uls u w - 1,7s
b v, eor Mil nun uiunw 1 i.fo
H e cor Oih and O bIr n w ,....., 1.50
Oat, bet bib and Uthn w no
Olhst. betOnnd 1 11 n- ,.. , i.to
Iftli H, bet h nnd M tU D w I M
N Hampshire nve. bet M nnd N tsu w .... LM
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Per Month.
1312 Vt nve n w, 13 rs, mod Imp, fur fjoo 00
N v Cor U nnd Conn avu, m lm, 10 ro lur US 00
sua V it, mod Im, fur 8 rs 12100
1421 () st n vf, moil Im, fur, 11 rs 100 mi
17)8 w nr,mod Im.ll rs 10001
UJ012tbBtn w. W rs 73 0)
ISJ7 L'orcornu st n w, 10 ra, m I, fur. ., 73 no
nohllth st n w,modlm, lbrs , 79 no
1311) Uorenrsu st n w fur, mod Imp, tors. . 76 W)
Vniett llouae, lou it J, aye 11 w, in l,2urs... 75 00
BTOHES, AWU OWJOJW
, . . l'et Month.
629T.nnen w.store, 4 rs 1J5 (
(T2;Luse 0 v, store, mod lm,5 re ........ 3 00
3l2 9tlitnw, mod Imps,; sture, 1 r ,., . "3 00
lObtVst n WBtoro. motlliu,3is cs OK
423 12lh st n w. stora , , so 00
(1161? ul u w, r l.oltlce zo m
Must and i'auven w. rooms, oMce iltf)
Vn nvo nnd uih t n w. oClcn 22 m
etb stand I'aave n w, room IS 53 so
cie r st n w, r 3 ; ao w
LOANS
In sums to salt at 8 per cent.
Tli e above Is only a small portion ot property
on Biy books, i'or full list call at olllte for tulle
lliia Issued on 1 st nnd ISlh,
SPECIAL NOTICES.
fSSaLOKNTKll MAltKKT
-- Will bo Open
SATUJUMY, JULY 1,
lYom 4 o'clock a. m. tintllll o'clock p. m.
jy3 2t P, 3.8MlTH,Clcik. .
VFS2a,AVASlIINOTON, I), O.. .lUr.Y 'I,
KrZ 1885. Tho copnitncrsblp between
llcniy A. t'lniko nnd John T. (Jlvon having
been dissolve d, I ;lmll continue the wood and
roal btislnens lit tho old stand of Clarko .fc
(ll en, corner 12th nml C sts. n.w., wherol
linllbcpicpnicdtoMl nil oldcrs with which
1 may ho f mured, lliniiklng tho nnhllo for
tho liberal pntionneo extended tho latoilrm
for many years past I ask for a continuance of
Die snme. , ,
Duo notice will bo chen to my friends nnd
the public genet nlly of tho Incntfon and open-
iiiciii mv new nuiiirs mine.
iiiooitlto lieteto
(Jlcn. No. -121 10
iled by
v will
1 boclood
on mid after this dale.
ItHNMlY A. clauki:.
Jjjl Corner lath amlCJ Hti. 11 . w.
l:3,
VJ1K11NIA lllUCH HOTKI..
bltnnted on tho Atlantic Coast. Omllowuth
of Cape Hem it 18 miles fiom Nor
folk uyltallioad.
Heath for bathing unexcelled and no tnnlci
tow. 1'reo ftoin mosquitoes. Tho homo U
first-class In nil Its appointments. Telegraph,
tclepliono and prompt mall facilities.
OOOJ) 11SI11NG AND HOATING.
Tor terms, which nio icasoiiablo, apply to
.1 V. 110UUACH A Co.,
yliglnln llcich llotol, Vn.
Tor fmthor Infoiinntlon nnd circulars opply to
J. W. llOTEhUU & SON,
1)2!) 1'a. ao. 11, w., Washington, I). C.
VVC5aiAfeyiSOHS Ol'TICi:,
92S DlSTIIIfT ov Cot.UMiiM, .Illly 1, 188").
Tny-pnycis will plcao tnko notice that, In
nccordiincowlth tlio piolsious of tho act ot
3lnruhil,lH8U,a list has been taken for assess
ment of all ical piopcrtyiioton tlio tux list,
which Includes now buildings, additions and
hnprocmcnts to old buildings, buildings as
sessed us unlinlshcd nt tlioliistasscssinciit,and
also buildings just under roof,
IIiIh Olllco should lie notiflod ns lei tho
ioiikhuI or ileNtriictlou of nnv liultillnir
hIiico tlio lust nsscHRinoiit, so that It may
bo ilinnpcd from the. books,
Complaints ns to snld assessments can onlv
ho heard and determined between July 0 and
July20.188.-i.
lly older of tlio Commissioners of District of
Columbia. HOItr.UT 1. 1)01)01:,
Jyl-7t Assessor District of Columbia.
WpCS.omCE Or COLLKCTOK OP TAXES,
W2a DisTiiicTorCoi,usimA,
Wabiiinoton, Juno UO, 1885.
All owncis or keepers of dogs in tho District
of Columbia nro heicby notlllcd that tho year
ly tax. Imposed by utt of Congress on all dogs
owned 01 kept In snld L'litrlU Will bo duo nnd
pnnblo.Iuly 1, 1885.
Upon pajmentof puld tat, tags will bo Issued
aspioUdcd in snld act.
lly oulcr of tho Commissioner of tlio Dis
trict of Columbia,
JOHN T. COOK,
Jyl Ot Collector Taxes, 1). 0.
VfrtcPstEQClTABLU CO OPERATIVE BUILD-
1NO ASSOCIATION.
Tho COth meeting of tho nsoclatlon for mik
ing monthly payments nnd advances will bo
held 'WEDNESDAY, JULY l.at 7 o'clock, p.
m., at tho
OFFICE Ol' THE ASSOCIATION,
0171' st. 11. w., second lloor. Shares In tho
tills Issuo mny bo taken at this meeting or dally
f 1 om 8 !JO n. m. to 1 !!( p . in .
THOMAS KOMEHVILLE, President.
JNO. JOY KUhON, becietary. io21)-:lt
t SPECIAL NOTICE.
steajieii OEonai: leaky
willlcao foi-Noifolk
MONDAY, JUNK 21); WEDNESDAY, JULY 1,
and FRIDAY, JULY a, nt 5:30 p, m.
Ilcturolnp, leavo Noifolk for Washington,
TUESDAY, JUNE !50; THURSDAY, JULY 2,
and SUNDAY, J UI.Y 5, at 1 p. m .
Stoj) at Koi ti tss Mom 00 and Plncy Toliit eaoh
trip, going and letuuilng.
IXATimiM MACKINAW HATS,
(
llesh Assoitmcnt Just Received. Also
SUN AND RAIN UMIJREI.LAS.
I.aigo Stock to select from.
B. II. STINEMETZ & SON.
1237 I'onna. avo.
nga.WASIUNGTON MARKET COMPANY
DIVIDEND No. 17.
Adhldcndof foity cents a shaio has been
declaied on tho cnpltnl stook of this company,
pajablo nt tho ofllcoln CENTER MARKET, on
and after JULY 8, 1885. Transfer books close
Saturday, Juno 27.
jc25-10t SAM'L W. CURRIDEN, Treas.
VhSptEPl,A 1IUNTON
JEPP CHANDLER
of Missouri.
of Vltglntn.
1IUNTON A CHANDLER,
Attorncs nt-LaW,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Will practico In tho Supiemo Court of the
United Mates, tho Court of Claims, the Comts
of tho District of Columbia: bcfoio tlio Com
mittees of Congress and thoDcpaitmcnts.
Ofllccr Nos. 37, 38 .uid 30 CORCORN
DUILDING. Je2'i-tf
VJrfSpa.TIIE REST MEN.LS IN THE CITY
M'CE ONLY 25 CENTS.
ExcellentlnnolilOnnd 15 cents.
THE GARFIELD DINING-ROOMS,
1)08 Est. 11. W.
Rooms for lent. Strictly temperance
Jc21 tf W.T. CRUMP, Vi opilctor.
ifr5SSa,NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENTIIAT
)4sS5 tho annunl meeting of the stock
holders for tlio election of sovoudhectorsof
tlio Metropolitan Rullioad Company will bo
held at tho oflloo of tlio company, near P-stteot
bridge, 011 WEDNESDAY, tho 8th of JULY,
1885. The polls will bo open f 1 om 2 until i
o'clock p. m. The hooks for tlio transfer of
stock will bo closed tlio 2 Itli of Juuo until tho
1st of July. Tho iisunl dividend will bo paid
ntthoofllco of tlio company on and after tlio
1st of July, 1885. GEO. W. I'EARijON.
W.m. W. Mooni:, 1'iesldont.
Sec nnd Treas. 1c23-tu-th s-to-jyS
tOrtga,WASHINGTON SAl'E DEPOSIT CO.,
OlOTcnna. Avo. N. W.
Tlio Company will rent small pi Ivato safes
In Its now
FIRE AND BUnGLAR-rilOOF VAULTS
1 1 om J5 to MOQ, according to size.
Silver rlnto and articles of valuo may bo
stored and Insured for any length of time at
very leasonablo chaises. JeJ 3m
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET AWN
INGS, and
HA1SLETT, 817 MARKET SPACE,
Is tho man to make them.
AWNINGS, TENTS AND FLAGS
Made to order at tho shoitcst notlco and rea-
sonnblepiices. my.lO-lm
!E-SjSa CERTAIN CHOLERA CURE
-B Cures Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
Clmlein Infantum, damns In stntn.w.li nml
Dinulicra. It never falls when used ns dlrcotcd.
Always keep It In your houcjcarry Itwhercvor
you go. The prlco Is within reaoliof all, nnd
jou won't have to tnkoa dozen bottles bcfoio
relict; It acts like magic. Dlnirhrea is tho
llrst stage of cholera, bton that and ott pre
vent (holtrn. Certain Cholera Cure novurfalls
tobtoplt. All druggists kei.p It. A. Diown,
pioprfctor, Box 351. Washington. D. U.
y&u
GLYMONT EXCURSION GROUNDS.
Pintmpfs fnr TTPlll hlnilQ nnw !., A,.la. r'rtf
tnges and slnglo looms for rent, 1', Fiieunu,
Catirtr. Special rates to Sunday ehools,
L. It. TRE.MDLY. 527 7th St.
VJgSJij.lIOTEL DBBOUIS,
17281'enna. Ave N.W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Sumirer board By tho week, 85: by tho
month. $22. myl3in
iPATJONAL
I1CBINE88 EDUCATION foTToUnTnndmia"
J dlo aged men nnd women, Hpriug and
Bummer sessions of tho Spencorlaulluslnees
College, corner Ninth and D eta. n.w, It'ipld
wrltlcg, bookkeeping, rnpld cnlculnttons, Hug
llsbluiigiiaso, stenography, typewriting, etc.,
thoroughly taught. Tuition 1 Year from dato
of ontrance, day or night, (60 three months,
day, $20 night, tldi ono month, day, 7t
night, 5. Rapid writing only 12 lessons f J.
Call or send for circulars,
niiNHY 0. hpenoer, Principal,
BAR A A. HPENOE,VlCO-Ptlnclpal.
NORWOOD INOTITUTE, 1212 AND 1211
Mtti et.t Dear 1-itli-et.ClrcIo. select Uoardl
lug School for young ladles, Session '8.V80
opens Scptembor 30, 1880, Early application
necessary, as number ot boarders mil bo
Dialled.
AUCTION SALES.
-s JSS.
AAA AAAA
X 1224 V Street Northwest.
TRUSTEES' SALE OPADESIRAIILE TIIRKi:
8TORY 1IR1CK DWELLING HOUSE,
SITUATE NO. all A ST. 8. E.
llylrtuoof mlecd of titist dated Juno in,
1872, nnd duly lccoulcd In liber No. U7U,
folio -125. of tlio Land Records of tlio District
of Columbia, nnd nt tho lenuost or thopnity
peciircd thereby, wo will sell ntpubllo miction.
In fiout of tho premises, on THUItSDAY. JULY
10, 1885. AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M.. tlio following
described real estate, situate In tlio city of
Washington, District of Columbia, via.! All
that certain plceo or parcel of ground situate,
lying nnd being in the city of Washington, Dis
trict of Columbia, nnd known nnd designated
on the ground pint thcicof ns the wholooflot
numbered 23, In Urunt'.s subdivision of square
iniinbctcd70'.
Tcnns of sale! Ono tlihd cash, balanco In
mx. twcho and eighteen months, with Intotost
at (I per cent, per annum, secured by deed of
tiuston tho pioporty sold. $200 deposit ro
nuhed nt time of snlo. All conveyancing at
tost of purchaser. Terms of salo to ho com
plied with within Dvo days from thito of sale,
otherwlso trustees will resell at risk nnd cost
of defaulting purchaser, after thrco days' no
tice In the V. cnlng Crltlo.
II. CLAY STEWART,
MARY A. FENWICK,
ADA G. STEWART,
K. K. STEWART,
E. S. STEWART,
GEO. T. STEWART.
Hun Ivlnc heirs of Daniel W. Stownrt.
JOHN SHERMAN, Auctioneer.
lyl-eod&ds
PERSONAL.
v. 'fc.NA..rfwsw..N.stJ.
SUCCESS IN PHOTOGRAPHING CHI M)I(EK
Cabinets, $2.50 per dozen: open on tlio
dtli. Lardncr, Photographer, 1)27 l'a. avo..
QNerVogt's. jc3 03t
V.WE KNOW YOU HIGH-PRICED RCS
J tatiinntclmpsatomad becauso tho Tor
sj tho Cafo, 518 10th st., servos as good a meal
for 1 5c. or 25o. as you set up for 50c. or 75o.
IT II. YOUNGS, STEAM CARPET CLEAN
? Ingnnd tcnovntlng works; fcatliors ron
oAatcd, mntttcsscs mndo ocr, furnltmo
steamed and moths dcstioycd. 1122 l'a. ao.
l'nctoiy, corner Bth andlCsts.s. 0. jo 18
1 (C( IP IT AIN'T SO-A DELIGHTFtir.
J.UUW Tonle. Thoabovols found In the
licifectly ruro Lngcr Beer, manufactured by
tho Rochester Browing Co. This beer contains
neither glucoso, grape sugar, nor any othor
substitute whntoer for hops, and Its manu
facturers w 111 pay $1,000 to any one proving
that this statement Is not tmo In every turtle
iilnr, l'orthoso whoso system Is debilitated
from any cntiso whatever, thcro is no better
1 cmedy than a ptiro malt liquor, Tho Rochester
Blowing Co.'s stnndntd lager Is fnst becoming
n prlmo favorite, and taking tho lead over all
other beers sold. Ecty fomlly should try a
case. Tell your grocer to older It for you, or
send us your orders dltcct, and thoywlll re
cclo prompt attention, l1. II. Fltiloy, 1200
l'a. q c.. and 1200 D st. n. w. JolO-lm
JAMES RUTHERFORD, DEALER IN FINE
I'nmlly Groceries nnd 1'ro Islons; also Wines
nnd Liquors, 000 D st. n. w. Specialty mado
of Puro Aldcn Fruit Vinegar.
111. LEON, THE OLDi:ST ESTABLISIICD
XJ and only lcliablo Ladles' Physician hi tho
city, can bo consulted dally, 4(1 1 0 St., bot. -lHi
and (Ith st. 11. w. Prompt ticatment. Corro
spomlcnco nnd consultations strictly confi
dential. Separate rooms for ladles. Ofllco
olwasopcn. jc5
13ATTERS0N STILL SERVES THOSE EX
X ccllent mcnls for 15 cts. Call and try. Lo
Diolt Dining Rooms, 812 F St. n. w. my28
rpiIF.VERY BEST BUSINESS PEN MADE.
JL SOU! uy uu
stntlontrs.
hend 7 2 cent.
stamps for snm
11I0 loz. to Wash
ington Phonograplilo Hcadquaiters, Washing
ton, 1). C.
TYPE-WRIT1NO DEPARTMENT; OALI
paph olffcc; expert operators; work called
1 or ano ucnvcrcu. tan uy icicpnono, win-
giaph ofllce, 1)33 F st.
my 8 tf
JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE.. EN-
gracr. Plato and 50 visiting cards, 80
cents; 50 raids fiom samo plate, -15 cents; 100
cards printed fiom plate, 76 cents.
MEDICINE FOR DOGS.
AllDlsenses Cured.
GEORGE WOODRIDGE,
oel3 Con 4)4 strand Md. avojjw
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS "OF TANSY"
ore pcifeoly Bafo and always effectual.
Sealed paitlcutais? 2o. Wilcox Spoclllo Modi
cine Company, Philadelphia, l'a.
LADIES-PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHI
Chester's English"), tho only genulno, shfo,
certain and effectual. Scaled pattlculars'lo.
Chichester Chemical Co , 2313 Madison sq
Philadelphia, Pa- Jy23
FOR RENT ROOMS.
l .fwWtf
AdvertlsemcDts of Threo Lines under this bend
Inserted three times for 23 cents.
J"5oRRENT-5 HAVE FOUR UNFURNISHED
: looms on nn upper floor for light houso
beeping and a furnished back parlor. -115 N
J ato. ly3 3t
IT'On RENT-1'URNISHED ROOMS, SINOLE
? and double; summer prices. No. -108 Oth
st. 11. w. jy2 3t
IPOR ItENT-ROOMS, FURNISHED OR UN-
) fni-nlslicd, No. 808 18th s n.w. Jy3 3t
ONE OR TWO LADIES CAN FIND LOVELY
furnished front room, nlcovo and bay
window, with uso of kitchen and gas stovo,
for $10; pleasant company. Address C. S. T.,
Ciltlo ofllco. Jy2-3t
ITOIt RENT-FURNISHED OR UNFUK
: nlshed, with or without board, ploasant
looms In n small pilvato family; only thoso de
siring comforts of a pleasant homo need ap
ply. 72012th stnw. 1yl-3t
FOR KENT-ONE OR MORE ROOMS, SUIT
able for storage at very moderate rates
for tho summer. Apply nt 1321 Vt avo, bet N
and O sts n w. jyl-3t
XiOR RENT FURNISHED OR UNFUR
X1 nlshed 100ms; slnglo nnd doubla; with or
without board; summer prices. l)2i) Kst. n.
W; jo'JO 3t
I?OR RENT-A FLOOR Or THREE PLEAS
. ant communicating 100ms, nicely suited
for housekeeping. Apply, after 5 o'clock, at
1107 itli it. 11, w,; Belt cars pass tlio door.
jcilO 3t
(gr A TO S20 TER MONTH-LARGE, AIRY,
jralV wcil-fiirnlshcd rooms, on sulto or
Mnglc; gas, bath, etc; cential location. 720
Hth st. n. w. Jol0 3t
FOR SALE HOUSES.
IfOR SALE-rOR 62,000, $1,300 CASH;
! balanco to Btilt: cheapest house In Wash
ington; 8 looms and bath, halls, vostibulo,
stublo; south front on concrcto stiect nnd oar
lino; lot 18 by 100 to alloy; ploasant and com
fortable; must bo taken at onto. Green &
Biyant.ollDthst. 11. w. 1y2-3t
NICE BRICK DWELLINO ON 13TH ST.,
bot. II and In. w., lot 21x03 to 30 foot
pn ed alley.
Pi Ice, If sold at once,
S5, 100.
P. A. DARNEILLE,
jc20 Ot 1220 F St.
I?RAME DWELLING ON K ST. N. W., UET.
lit and 2d sts. n.w.
Rents for 310.50,
Prlco 81,500.
F. A. DARNEILLE,
JcMOt 1220 F st.
ITOU HALE WILL SELL AT A BAROAIN
7 or exchange tho now brick houso No,
1008 tub st. 11, w,; contains 0 100ms and baso
ment, bath room, rnngo, latrobe, oto., and Is
nicely finished cors eiery fivo minutes. A,
Lloj d, Marshal Law building, 310 -IM! st. 11. w.
iny'28-tf
HONEY TO LOAN.
-v "W'WW'-.'V""v
$0,000
? 1,000
3,000
$2,000
$1,000
To loan on real estate, No doiay.
P. A. DARNEI
.ii.i.i;,
Jc20 Ot.
1220 F St.
Jft ( A A TO S500 TO $10,000, AND LARGER
dhlUU sums on real estato; lowest rates;
call now. WM. F, HOLTZMAN, Attomoy, 1321
V st. i). w. Ju23-lr
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD REAL
estato or collateral security at lowost rates
of Interest. No delay when soaurlty Is good,
0, 0. OREEN, Room 1, firemen's building.
cor. 7lli nnd La. nvo. npl 1-tt
BOARDING.
AAAVAwVAAA-VVVVVVVVV WNAAAAAVsAMi
rpHE LA l'JERRE, 8. W. CORNER OF TENTH
JL and E streets, and tho Lochlol, 512 Ninth
st, n.w., with pleasant rooms and good board,
nro recommoudod to permanont and transient
boarders. Iyl2
FOR EXCHANGE.
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES
for old ones at Butler'n btovo Excliango,
corner 5th and K sts Smoky chlmnoys ourud
or no pay. btoves exchauged for groceries.,
Old stoves bought,
'Q35
AMUSEMENTS.
JAAAMAAMVAAAWs
T-Ti J'oiiTiii: romiTiior jui.a'.
Grand Display of Firoworks
AIHLBlTia f-kis:,
(L.M0XLEY, Proprlotor,)
By PAIN of London and Conoy Island.
Thcro will ben snltito of Aerial maioons,
Mngltnl Pilsmatlollltimliintlon, Ascent of Four
Mammoth Balloons, llcry Torpedoes, tho
Aerial Aero of Vntlegated Gems, Pain's Prize
Astci olds, tho Slhcr Chromutropo, Flight of
Illuminated Tom billions, Snlvo of Aerial sail
eisons, Jcwol Clouds, I'm (rait of Pioddcnt
Clotclnnd, Aerial. Contortionists, tho Pigeon
Cote, Grand Display of Sholls, Groat Golden
Cloud Studded with Sapphires, nil Oriental
Tiee, Volley of Shells, Nest of Hissing I'lory
Serpents, White Elephant with Nntural Move
mentof Limbs, Shells forming a Wheat Micaf,
Celestial Shells In Rayonct Fires MarooncJ.
Explosion of Slnbnd's .towel Cavo.tha Crcscont
Rainbow Sun nnd Gulloche, Gi and Display of
Shells, Fiery Whirlwinds, Pain's Rayon d'Or.
or Liquid Fire: tho Fairy Fountain, Simulta
neous Volcanic Ettiptlons. Battery of Roman
Candles, tho Electiio Shell Ascontof Chlnoso
Tonrbllllons, Flight of Golden Tourbllllons,
Third Display of Sholls, tlio Forest of Fire,
Auiorallotcalls, Pain's I'lory Waggles, Silver
cloud studded with Sapphires, Display of
Pain's Mammoth Sprendcis. Tho wholo to
concliKlo with the grand panoramlo effect
rcpicscntlng tho Bombardment of Alexandria.
Gates open nt 7 o'clock. Dlsjiliiy lit
8iin p. 111.
AiIihIhbIoii, 35c. .Scuts 111 G rami Stiiud
S5c. extrn.
Seating capacity 10,000. Brass band In at
tendnnco. TVY CITY, JULY 1.
TROTTING AND ltUNNINO HACKS.
1st Race; PursoJIOO; Road Horsos; Sentries.
2d Race; I'm so f'iOO; 2: 10 class; 5 entries.
3d Race; Steeplechase, gentleman riders, 3
entiles.
1 tli Raco; Running (conditions to bo an
nounced hcicaftcr).
Truing Ica cs u. & O. IIKI'OT at 12:10 and
3:30 o'clock, icturnlug after the races.
All privileges $1.00.
Ladles nnd children admitted freo to all
pai Is of tho giouuds nnd grand stand.
Stockholder may obtain their tlekots of
0(0. It. Rcpettl. -171 Pa. avo. 11. w. Jo30 3t
A LllAUOll'S annul Opera-House.
Every Evening. Saturday Matlnco.
LA I'KRICHOI.i:.
Admission 25o. Roservcd Scats 50o.
Next Weck-BILLEE TAYLOR.
TIIL'ATIli: cosiiqui:.
SUMMER GARDEN.
Cool, Cosy and Comfoi table.
i:SIMA CLAKK'S LINNl'.T.S. jrODEL
AllTI.STS mill HONOLULU I1ALI.UT
IN A SENSATIONAL MELANGE.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satuiday
(Jnlyd).
nOOl) IMUSIC J'OIt ALL OCCASIONS.
I PROFESSOR M. GALLY'S Sclf-plnying In
strttments tho GREATEST MUSICAL WON;
DER OF THE DAY. Tho best, tho cheapest
nnd most dm able. Any 0110 without tho least
musical knowlcdgo may rival tlio best musi
cian. Call and com inco yourself nt
G. L. WILD & RRO.'S,
701) 7th st. n. w.
EXCURSIONS.
sVWW VV.VWA.'WW.VNVN.- -.-.
M
T. VritNON I
MT. VKKNONt
STEAMER W. W.
concoRAN rvlt;
Leaves 7th st. wharf dally, except Sunday, for
Mt. Vernon at 10 o'clock a. m.; returning,
reaches Washington nbout 3:30 p. m.
L. L. BLAKE. Captain.
WANTED HELPFEMALE.'
Advertisements ol Three Linos under tbls head
Inserted three times lor ZS cents.
WANTElT-A GIRL NOT OVER 15YEAIIS
old, to nsaist In housework: must fur
nish 1 cfcrcnccs; no washing. Apply at 703 R
I a 0 11 w. jy33t
TJTANTED-A SETTLED WOMAN r AS
TV mirso for 3 children; must stay nights;
must luna best of leforences. Apply nt onco
at 1828 II stnw. Iy3 3t
WANTED-A GOOD COOK; ONE WHO CAN
go homo at night; city lcfeioncos re
quhed. 1223 10th Bt. n. w. Jy 2-3t
"ITTANTED-SETT'LED WHITE WOMAN
VV for general housowoik; no washing nor
honing. Call nt 020 13th st 11 w. Jyl-3t
-VJfTANTED-TWO FIRST-CLASS SHIRT
VV boners and two Indies' clothes Ironers;
first-class wages to good hands. Capitol Latin-
dry, 512 8th st. 11. w. jcJU at
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS COLORED
eook, with references, in a family of 3;
no washing. Apply atioio R. I. avo.
Jc30 3t
WANTED-A NEAT, WILLING COLORED
gbl, about 10, to attend childion and
mako herself useful; must stay atntght, and
bring rcfcienccs. Apply at 302 Ind. avo. n.w.
Jc20-3t
TTANTED-BY A PRIVATE FAMILY, A
VV shoit dlstanco In tho countiy, a settled
white woman forgeneial housowoik. Address
K.B., Ciltlo offlco. jo27-3t
w
ANTED-AUNT MARY SCOTT TO CALL
at 000 F st. n.w. 027-3t
WANTED-A CLEAN, QUICK ENGLISH
woman wants work fiom 12 o'clock to
0 p. m.; willing to do anything; good refer
oiaes. AddiessLuoy. Ciltlo ofllco. jo27-!lt
WANTED HELPMALE.
VWWMA"MV.
Avwy
Advertisements ot Three Lines under this head
Inserted threo times lor 23 cents.
ANTODXoOOD 3LTcOO?rAPPLY
1.0 Diolt Dining Rooms, No 812 V st
11 w. Jy3-3t
-CITANTED-AN HONEST, 1NDUSTJIIOUS
VV coloied woman to do tho work of a
small family; must stay at night. 033 M st. n.
W; Jy2-3t
VJTANTED-A BOY THAT IS NOT AFRAID
W of woik and eon wrlto a fair hand:
wages, $3 per week, Call at Room 11, 031 F
st. 11. w, bet. 10 and 11 o'o'.ock, July 2,
J Jyl-at
WANTED-A YOUNG MAN TO ASSIST AT
watting and tend bar; German preferred.
Address L. N.. Ciltlo ofllco. Jo20 3t
WANTED-A BOY, ABOUT 10, TO DRIVE
and mako himself useful mound tho
house. Ad(hessWCiltlqonico. Jo20 3t
WANTEDrryONS
Advertisements ot Threo Lines under this head
Inserted tbno timts for 25 cenls
W"" "aNTED-A SITUATION AS DR?'ER"oit
porter In feed store, by a boy that can
give good references. Addioss Caitcr, Crltlo
olllco. Jy3 Ut
WANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY, A PLACE
as seamstress. Apply No. 512 Oth st
nw. )3 3t
TT7ANTED-BY A COLORED GIRL, A 81TU
u utlon ns nurse or to do general houso
woik; willing to leao the tit )", best of lefer
enccs. Apply (J 10 icst 11 jw. Jy3 3t
WANTED-S1TUAT10N BY A RESPECT
nblo whlto woman In a small family to
do kitchen work and Uhslst w Ith washing. Ap
ply at 701 2d st. n. o.. bet. Gaud II. jy2 3t
WANTED-S1TUAT10N AS NURSE OK
chuinbeiinald; good refciences given
and only good place iluslied. Cull at Chrli
tlan Home, 13th et , Int. It and S sts. Jy2 3t
T17ANTED-VACATI0N WORK BY A CO-I-
V potent tcaoher, town or country; best
lcfcrcnics, Addtess S. L., Cnuler'8, Baltl-
moin. Md. lv-2 0t
WAJITED-COPYING TO DO BY A YOUNO
lady for about two weeks; hnnd writing
fair. Adihoss L. lister. 213 5tli st. s. 0.
Jy 2-0t
YTANTED-RY A YOUNG VAN, A SITUA-
vr tion in a storo or as unver, APpiy at
jyx-ui'
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
AdvertlaenientHof Tmee Linen under this head
Inserted three times for 23 cents.
w
ANTED-A GENTLEMAN OF, MEANS
u.I1ipii In Imv for cash threo or four small
bilokor fiamo houses in good icp.llr, wost f
Oth and north of I'sts. n.w. Address box X,
Crltlo ofllce, Jy 2 3t
-117 ANTED-TO BUY 1 OR 5 ROOM BItlOK
W bousa on lot not less than 20 feet front.
I Address buyer, Gritlo ofllco. jyl-at
EXCURSIONS.
pill: 1'OUllTll Ol
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-.'-MOUNT VERNON :
Tlio Commodious Steamer W. W, CORCOR W
Captain L. L, Blnkc, '
Will mnko to trips to this great
MECCA OF AMERICA.
Boat will lcao her whnif, foot of Seventh
street, nt 10 o'clock a. m., and 3 30 p. in, Itu-
mniingio wnsiungion ntu ami 7:uo i. in.
Fnio for round trip, 31; to all other pobits,
fit) cents. Jy2 2b
T?OU OLYJMONT, JULY 1.
Twotrlps-On. m. and 0 p.m. -returning at
1 p.m. audi) p.m.
Steamer JOHN W. THOMPSON
From Otlistieet wharf, terminus 7th and Dili
street cars.
rnroiound-trlp, 25 cents; children nvm' (t
years, II) cents. y-2t,
TKNTIf IMOONT.K1I1T KXCUKSION
OP TIIK
I'ANCIION CLUII
- TO
31 A It S II A I. L II A L 1,
JULY 2, 1K8C.
Tlio steamer W. W. Corcoran lcacs 7th st.
wharf 0:30 shut p.
Tickets 50 cents, to bo had of tlio member
nnd nt the boat. jyltft
pm: union vi:ti:kan coitr.s,
"OLD GUARD,"
Will Celebrate tho
rouitTii or july
--AT THE
WASHINGTON .SCHUKTEN 1'AltK,
Seventh street Road, by a
REUNION, CAMPFIRE and FAMILY PICNIC.
Prize Shooting by the DIsttlctMllltniy.
Dancing, Bowling, Flicwoiks, etc.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
Clilldrcn, 11 years andtindcr, fco. Jo'JO St
rpni: st!:ami:k aumi:nia will
X make a special trip on SATURDAY, J ULY
d, to Lower Cedar Point, leaving her wharf at
a. in. and leltirnlng at 0 p. m. j20 3t
ItANII rOUltTH'OF JULY ILXCUU-
sjon, Steamer Arrowsmlth, to
COLONIAL IlEAClI.
8.30 n. m : back to kco flroworkR; muslo and
dancing nnd lots of fun. Round ti Ip, 50 cents.
Jc30-3t
ITH Ol' JULY.
ITH Ol' JULY.
MARSHALL HALL.
MARSHALL HALL.
STEAMER EXCELSIOR,
I) 11. in. and 2 p. in.
Tickets 50 cents.
Jc27-7t Childion 25 cents.
HOI THKGltlLYTrALT.SAND CABIN
JOHN BRIDGE.
Tho steam-packet EXCELSIOR will mako
regular trips durha the season to the nboo
points o cry SUNDAY, TUESDAY nml FRI
dny, leaving her wharf; corner of High st. and
Canal, at 8 o'clock o. m. sharp. Fato for
iound-tilp50c. Boat can bo ohartcicd on al
ternate days. For Information apply ot ofllco
of J. G. and J. M. WATERS, 1017 High St.,
Georgetown. Jo22 tf
pIIAl'KL 1'OINT. CHAPEL l'OINT.
Long Branch of tho Totomao.
1 hours nt tho beach.
Commencing with Juno 28. tho STEAMER,
GEORGE LAW will lea 0 dally (except Mon
days and Fridays) fiom steamer Leary's
wharf at 8:45 a. in. sharp, returning 0:30 p. m.
Round trip. 50c. Meals 50o. at tho Point.
1'iofcssor shroedcr's orchestra.
Geo. W. BAUER, owner steamer Geo. Law.
P. S. No trip Tuesday, July 7.
THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES,
CAPE MAY,
Is reached by tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
In
TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
tast r,xi'iu:ss trains, with Paiior
Cors attached, aro run during tho hcason at
convenient hours. Pnssongois arrlo at tho
New Broad street Station, Philadelphia, whero
Union Trnnsfcr Conches and Ilorso Cuts tians
fcr them dhect to the station of tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
at tho foot of Slarkot sti cct.
For tickets, baggage checks and full Infor
mation apply
Northeast corner Thirteenth street anil
PennHyU unlit neiiiio,
Station lialtlinoro & rotoniacHallrond.
CHAS. K. FUGII,
General Manager.
.T. R. WOOD,
General Passcuger Agt
ATLANTIC CITY.
i:xriu:ss tkains hun through
WITHOUT STOl'.S IN
NINBTTT BCIXCXTTBS
via
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R.,
From Station foot of Vino sti eet.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
Fiom Station foot of Maikct street.
Accessible from Washington by tho through
tialnsof tho
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR.
From tlio Now Broad street Station of tho
Pennsylvania Railroad, at Philadelphia, Sticet
Cais will convoy passengers direct to tho Wost
Juscy Rnilioad Station. Union Transfer
Coaches to tho station of tlio Camden & Atlan
ta Kalhond.
For through tlekots, baggago checks and full
information apply as follows:
Northeast corner Thirteenth street nml
I'ciiusylvniiiu avenue,
Station lialtlinoro & I'otomno Itullrnml.
chas. e. puair, j. r. wood,
Gcneiol Manager. General Passenger Act.
1881 r:xc,JItsION season iQOr;
IIALTIMOIti: & OHIO ItAILItOAD.
EVERY MONDAY. Commencing JUNE 22, to.
1'JCNOIAK.
Round-tilp Rnte,S1.50. Limited to 300 per
sons. I.eno Wachlngton at 8 a. m. Return
ing, nirh 0 at 8,30 p. in.
EVERY TUESDAY and FRIDAY, Commenc
ing JUNE 2J, to
Ilnrpor'H Terry anil llyrnos' Islniul,
On tho Potomac.
Round-tilp Rato, SI. Llmltod to 200 per
sons. Lcao Washington 10.03 a.m. Return
ing, niiho at 7:20 p. in.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTHER
SUNDAY to
LUltAY OAViniNS,
Commencing JUNE 21. Round tilp Rite,
$3 50. Leavo Washington 8:30 a. in. Re
turning, an ivo at 0:10 p, 111.
Evciy ticket calls for a loscrvcd scat on
tlicso excursions. Securo your tickets nt Olt
and 1351 Pernio, avo., and at depot on tho
morning of tho excursion. Jol3-tl'
LOWr.ll CKDAll POINT.
Tho Popular Watering Placo of
Washlngtonlnns.
Tho safe, sw If t and magnificent steamer AR
MENIA will leavo her wharf, foot of 7th st.,
dally, oxci.pt Saturdays, at 1) a. m., icturnlug
At m'enl'a stops at Alexandria on MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS only.
Fine, 500 lound trip. Chlldien, 25o.
Dlnutr on tho grounds, 75 cents.
For further lnfoi motion nnd chatters to so
cieties and corporations npply to
O. L. SHEltlFFS Coal Ofllco,
328andni'l Pa. avo., or at Steamer's wharf,
foot of 7th st. Jol2 if
STEAMMl COHCOHAN'iS HXCUII
SIONS. Tho owners of t ho steamer W. W. CORCORAN
liave purtlmsed and will osstimo tho manage
ment of MARSHALL HALL. Dally morning
excursions will bo given especially for Ladles
nnd Children.
Absoluto order will lo preserved on tho
grounds, the table furnished with nil tlio mar
ki t affords, lunches served, nnd Ke, fruit and
milk always on hnnd.
Steamer lca cs overy morning nt 10 o'olook,
returning at -1 o'clock p. m. Fuio, 25 cents for
lound ttlp to (11 mon t and Marshall Hall.
Children, 15 cents. JeB-tf
TO GLYMONT. FAMILY EXCURSION
ccryHATUnnAY,coinmonclng JUNE 0.
Stenmcr Mai y Washington loaves I) u. m.j book
at 0 11, m, Euro, 1 omul trip, 25o.; children, lOe,
Goodinuslo, For tickets or latcs to schools,
call iltPlctmo Htoro, 527 7th st, I, II, THUM
BLY, Excursion Manager, Jo3-lin
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