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THE WASHINGTON ORTTIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 1885.
WASHINGTON C1UTIC.
AiMliViI nulv, liiniltivi Kterptul,
rhoEvcnlngCrlllcPubllslilngCompany,
HALLEI" KILIIOUUN, President,
W. SCOTT TOWKUH, Treasurer, ,
It. II. SYLVE9TE11, IMitor.
Olllee, No. till 1) Street, Post llulldlng, Wash-
Inston. I). 0.
Till! CUlTl! TELEPHONE CALL IS 111-2.
TEIIMS.
."IngleCopy 2('onts
lly Carrier '.n Cents
lly Mall, postage pnld, one year JI.M
lly Mall, poslngo paid, six mouths 'JM
Mail HiiWrlptloiis luviulnlily In inhume.
Athlres".
THE WASHINGTON CUITIC,
V.SIIIS(ITOS. ILC.
Wkdnksday, July 22, 1885.
inn i:m at hand.
I'owitily licfoio this issue of Tin: Oitm-
it upon tho Mrools llic long sulll-rings iif
Ulysses S. Grant will have onilcil nml the
Old Cnuunanilor lie at rct. Ilis physi
cians (his mottling fprvc no encouragement
that ho could survive for mote Until tliu
day.
. It is an I'vi'iit which tin1 country had
long been waiting, and yet it will find the
country quite us unprepared a though tho
gteat soliliot's illness hail dated only from
yesterday.
As there was no survivor of the great
war for the Union held in mom grateful
and reverent (deem, mi there will be none
over whom the hearts of the people will
be bowed in deeper sorrow; and It will be
a grief confined to no section; for even the
South, whoe armies he vaniuMicd, le
lueinhers him as magnanimous in the hour
of victory anil just in his judgment of her
cause.
Till'. .11 KX I CAN KUITOUN.
The visit of the delegation of Mexican
editors will bo an event long to be loniom-
bored in 'Washington, almost in tho same
degree as tho coming of the llurlingamo
Kmbassy from China in 1S08. True,
Washington has hud for nearly forty years
ministers lesidcnt here from Mexico, yet
Mich a repi emulative body of leading
Mexicans as are included in this party has
never before been seen at the National
Capital. Journalism in Mexico is made
up largely in its component paits of men
who arc prominent in the political move
ments of the country, and most of them
have held high position in Congress and
the State.
.Since tho Mexican war, and until very
recently, tho Mexicans held very strict
ideas of exclusivcness in trade and inter
course toward foreigners, and especially to
the hated Americans who overrun them in
1S-1G-7, but of late years, thanks to the
exertions of Minister Homcro and others
on tho one side, and energetic Americans
on tho other, their country has been
opened up so that the heart of Mexico is
now 1 cached by our railway system, and
the City of tho Moiitezumas is at bust as
accessible to tho restless American sight-
beer and the energetic commercial tourist,
as London or Varis, or even San Francisco.
With tho inllux of American business
men and travelers has cornea partial revo
lution of tho feeling against our people,
which has led to tho present tour of Mexi
caiijoiirnalNts thiough our country, and
that, too, will tend to more utterly break
down the old barrier, just as Admiral
Shnfeldt's efforts with Corea did after that
clo-e-cuitaincd country sent here its first
embassy.
It is in one sense to be legrctted that
this visit occurs at the present time of
thoyear when tho intense heat and desire
for rest have taken so many representative
citizens away to the seaside or mountains,
yet the visitors will he royally received no
doubt, and treated in such n manner
that they will editorially yearn hereafter
to come back to our arms and hearts.
Generous and whole-souled committees,
accustomed to doing such things properly,
have taken our dark-featured guests and
their fair compatriots in charge, and will
make them feel that life has tome attrac
tions here even in midsummer. They
will be escorted down past Fort Washing
ton (where curtains will bo bung over tho
guns) to Mount Vernon, wheie they will
contemplate the home and tomb of our
gieat Washington and admire Captain
Make and the Corcoran. The Art Gallery
will be opened for their especial plcasuie,
and they will be taken through our noble
public buildings and giounds, and to the
Soldiers' Home. Some of tho younger
members of tliu committee will piobably
induce tho fairer visitors to climb with
them to the top of the Capitol, and it is
very likely that Colonel Casey may be in
duced to give tho distinguished party a
view from tho to) of the Washington
Monument.
Iiesides all this, they will bo dined and
wined, and should any of them yearn for tho
reductive-nml red hot pulque of their native
land, they will bo loaded full of such va
rieties of tho juices of rye and corn and
grape as will make them forget their
yearnings.
llueiws Diot I Seuoriy Senorititt,
Mu. Iir.AlNi: has written a letter to. John
S. Wise, congratulating him upon his
nomination for Governor of Virginia and
predicting for him a brilliant and victori
ous canvass. I o also takes occasion to
give Mr. "Wise some very nice tally about
bis maternal grandfather, John Sergeant.
There's loo much ancient history in all the
Virginia campaigns of late years. Isn't It
about timo for the young Democracy of
the State to Mep to the front?
Queen Victouia'sj becond thought is
her bebt. Sho has concluded to admit a
dozen representatives of the press to her
daughter's nuptials, realizing probably
that it will' ho far better to have tho public
furnished with accounts of tho all'air,
drawn upon tho spot, instead of founded
upon tho vivid anil variegated imagina
tions of tho London reporters.
In tho entertainment of our Mexican
visitors tho epmmittco in charge should
endeavor to adapt the programmeas nearly
as possible to the peculiar tastes and tem
peraments of their distinguished guests.
fhoyaio not altogether ueil to tho ruh
and crush of American life and not all of
them aie accustomed to the torrid temper-
aturo wo have. I hey should ho dealt
with with as much gentleness as courtesy
and not be banged about like commonplace
excursionists.
TilElti: aio thousands of children and
others, even in this city of broad thorough
faiesand in.iguil'icent ili-danecs, who lan
guish tluoimji these scorching days and
sultry nights without alleviation oreven
the hope of it. Tili:('ltiric will cheeifully
aid in any project that may be devised to
give them an occasional breath of country
air. A sei ies of free river excursions was
never so much in older.
TililCnini'fora few days yet will be
issued under many mechanical ditllcultics;
but though it weie a sea of troubles, we
shall hold our own against it. Our tempo
rary fct-back will won eventuate In a
bigger, better and blighter paper than ever.
Mil. (lt.is'iosi;V voice has given out
temporal ily, but he is earefully nuising it,
and in a few weeks, it is thought, will bo
heaid fioni us of yore. His will is as
strong as ever, and his iulluence as mag
netic. Cox.siniiui.Vii tho terrible heat of the
past week, the health of Washington con
tinues lemaikably good.
n.oiw.r. in ijknkkai,.
.lunar, T. Lyi.k Dickey of the Illi
nois Supremo Com t is dangerously ill at
Atlantic City.
Oeneual llAiixr.Y and Mrs. Harney
have lelurned from Louisiana to tlicir resi
dence near St. Louis, Mo.
It is estimated that Miss Cleveland
will clear not far from SoO.OOO on her
lxiok, or an amount equal to her InolherV
yearly salary.
Mu. Ai.iii:iiTtoiu:iti'S of the Nashville
(Temi.,) American has been elected presi
dent ot tho press club of that city to fill the
vacancy caused by tho death of Major
Henry Jleiss.
Kx-CoK(ims.MAS For.i.F.i'T said to a
Cincinnati! reporter the other day: "I
have no doubt but that Postmaster Whit
field and Treasurer Markbreit will serve
out tlicir terms."
Leopold Mouse is mentioned as the
probable Democratic nominee for Gov
ernor of Massachusetts, although it is said
that Charles 1'. Thompson can have the
nomination if he wants it.
Tm: Heading Ij'n.) Times, while believ
ing that ex-Assistant I'ostniaster-Geueial
Hay would make a strong Democratic! can
didate for Governor, thinks that Colonel
Dechert would be a still stronger one.
Pnoiixsou Van I)i:xbcuori:x of Mid
dlctown, Conn., is on his way homo from
Greece, wheie he has been principal of the
American school at Athens. Ho will re
sume his chair in Wesleyau University in
the fall.
Mu. Si-i:i:i), Commissioner-General for
tho American Exhibition in London, states
that the woik in this country is piocceding
favorably. A large majority of tho Slates
will bo represented by otlicial exhibits,
and a successful exhibition is assured.
Hon. Edwin C. Litchfield of llrook-
lyn, who died at Aix les iiains, France,
July i!0, endowed tho Litchfield Observa
tory at Hamilton College, which was
named in his honor. Mrs. Lawrence Turn
bull of llaltiinorc is one of his surviving
children.
They aiu: tf.llino the story of a
Maine candidate for Governor who, when
lcmindcd of his inconsistency as a pro
tectionist in standing on a free trade plat
form, leplied: "That's all right. A plat
form is only a convenience to enter a car
which is to take you somewhere."
Tar. Ladies' IIkaxcii of tho New York
Irish National League on Monday tent to
John Hoyle O'Reilly of lioston a beautiful
bouquet of immortelles to be placed on
Fannie l'arnell's grave. The occasion for
tho sending of the llowers was the th'nd
anniversary of Miss Parnell's death.
Tm: nusijJi-as of the lioston publishing
firm of J. H. Osgood & Co. will hereafter
be conducted by the new linn of Ticknor
& Co.. whose filst book will be Miss
Ulanche Howard's "Aubiey Towers,"
which will be ready in about a week. Mr.
Godfrey, the new member of the firm, is a
native ot Uangur, Ale., anil was years ago
n fiicud of Miss llowmd.
A rimiii OuJ of Order.
Kiiitoii Ciiitic: Will you kindly call attmi
Hon In vnur vnhmblu miner to tliu irrcut necus
slty of ImvliiK tlio pump lit the corner of
nvcimi linn w sireuis norimycsi ripiuren, in
nnti-r Hint tho tlilrstv denizens of that seel Ion
ninv L'L-t a coolilrlnfc now and then without
resorting to tliu beer saloon or lliodungei.s of
disease by tho usu of Ice, and oMIku a
1'ATIIOX.
Washington, July 21.
TrniiNfcrrliic Ills ViinIuiii.
"Isn't that Miu lull of n codllsh projertlni;
fiom miller our coat, Undo Uastus" do
luuuiled thetfrocer.
"Yii-as, null," replied Undo ltnstus, prompt
ly; "yo kin Joss clniV" did Hah tor inc. linen'
tcr hub poku oh hit befiY."
"ThlsiHOrt of llilni; won't do, Undo ltnstus.
You put that llsh buck on tliu counter."
" Yo' won' clui'gu tint llsh ler ineV"
"Not to ilny."
"Den I 'Insi-H to take dvr llsh. still, nml trans.
pu'ts my cn-lom to du KCinineii on do opp'slm
sldo ol de wuy. DIs ingKurdly slylu ob doili'
blnnosa don't Milt me." N. Y. Times.
o
Tlio C'rnzo lor tlio Violin,
The oxnmplo of Mine. Normau-Nerudii, Tere
slim Tint. A rin u Bcukrah nml others, has In
duced ninny ludy musicians to tclcrt tho violin
ns their luvorllu Instrument. Only recently
two nieces ot tlieelderllllnnollos Ulotllduiuul
Adelaide ouo li, tliu other 1- years old, hiivo
mudu their debut ut Krunklort-outliu-JIiiln
and ure likely to revive tho ulory of their
omits. They are shortly to undertaken violin
concert tour through (Jerniauy, coming thence
to Knyliuid. Tho trne. ns Americans hay, Is
just now fur tho violin. Ladles uro learning to
play It, nml the populur feeling Is extending to
audiences, which every where erect violinists
with great cordiality. Loudon (jueen.
o
1IE11 MTI'-ltAllY TA.STE.
Thoy sat In tho library nlcovo,
And thoy gazed nt tlio hundreds of books,
And sho gavo In oxcluingo for hlsslghlngs
Tho sweetest and shyest of looks.
"Hero nro volumes of very great valuo,
And you," ho remarked, "nro well versed:
Now, supposing n llro should break out hero,
Which book would you try to savo flrstf"
"I would solzo " nml sho grow qulto excited,
And then sho grew terribly calm
"I would seize papa's pocket-book first, sir;
That's tho kind of n book-worm I am 1"
' Columbus (Ohio) Dhpatcli.
,v.mi.si:.Mi:NT,s,
"I'atisita," Consideiing tho oppres
sivenss of tho weather, a very huge audi
enco was present at Albaugh's Monday
evening to hear Suppo's popular "Pntinilzn."
Tho auditorium was la-pi in a fairly comfortable-
state bv a refresh tuu breeze that
blew in through the southern windows.
The opera lan quite smoothly under I lie
circumstances. There wasat limes a little
unceilalnty about tho line, but with the
inciciiry madly leaping toward the IDOlli
point, one is not disposed to be veiy exact
ing of performers wild, are compelled to
wear heavy fur coals and -.imulalo Intense
cold and Use expressions that ale hollow
mocheiy. As usual, the chorus was the
featuie of tho performance, but Miss Win
ston's waltz-song in tliu second act was
much enjoyed. Mr. limupslilic omitted
thebeau'tiliil tenor solo which l-Yssendon
uoil to lender -o admiiably. The audi
ence wasdemoustralive in fact, too much
so at times for the comfoilof the pel form
ers. The masquerade drill was funny, and
had to bo repeated. It is to be hoped thai
several vulgarities connected with it will
be absent hereafter.
KMJM.MI lAIIIOltV dlltl.K.
Wlint Those In London i:arn unit
IIimv Thoy nn Live.
Tho London factory ia-s ill Hern widely
from the Lancashire mill gill, although
sho is only a lower variety of the same
grade. A girl in a jam factoiy or a
ropery has to stand much gi cater physical
strain than a gill who looks after a loom,
l'ossibly if there were more factories in
Loudon things would be better for the
women who woik in them, for the "pin-fo-wion,"
as so many others, is greatly
overstocked, and tin-' supply, even at the
best of limes far greater than the de
mand. The chief reason for this is easily to bo
found. It is Hie same which actuates the
"ilust-woinan," tho flower-girl, the canal-
boater, tlio shopgirl, and many others, anil
which makes thousands of young women
shrink from domestic service tho com
plete liberty they have as soon as the work
ing hours are over. Their evenings, their
Saturday afternoons and their Sundays are
their own ; no cmnloyeriisks any ijucstions
as to their whereabouts aftertho gulsleave
liis premises, as long as they reappear in duo
time on the next working day.
Another reason is that for f.ti lory work
no previous preparation of any kind is
wanted. As soon as a gill leaves school
sho may begin woik, and whether it bo as
a match-maker, in a rope, cigar or any
other factory, she begins at onco to earn
Mime money. Very little at first; not much,
indeed, at the best. A gill of 1C, winking
in a factory from 8 o'clock in tho morning
till 7 at night, with the inlet mission of an
hour for dinner and half an hour for tea,
can earn the weekly sum of three
shillings.
Match-making is considered the least
reinuiieiative, and il is evident that a (uv
pence,, more or less, make a considerable
difi'etenco in the budget of factory girls;
but even wheie wages mo highest the dif
ference is but very slight. As sho gels
more accustomed to her work tho wages
arc taiseil, the average pay for a lolerajily
quick worker being from 5s. to Ss. per
week, while the deftest hands earn 10s.,
or oven the maximum ol" lis. That the
majority of factory girls do not find their
earnings sulliclent to supply their wants
is well-known, and it is no secret how
many of them eke out pecuniary deficien
cies after wot king hours. Those who live
at home are naturally les.i badly oil' than
others, who have to pay for lodgings
anil look entirely niter their own wants.
Were it not tor the Homes which, loi in
nately, are increasing year by year, the
story of the London fat-lory gill would bo
even sauuer iiiau u is in su lining i.i;t:i.
Pall Mall Uaelte.
liout-nivellcrs nt AlIcKlicny.
A queer community has grown up on
the banks of the Ohio ltiver at the foot
of Greenwood street, Allegheny. It is
composed of ten shanty-boats. Five of
tliem are directly on tno liver ij.uik, mo
other five are perched high and dry on the
top of the cinder banks. The Pittsburg
& Western .Railroad spoiled tho integrity
of the community by building its tracks
down tho main street of Shantytown. Jsow
the people living on the water's edge me
cut otr from their neighbors of tho cinder
pile by a high tiestlo-work. None of the
boats aio on a level. Their lloors corre
spond in slope with that of the river bank.
In some boats the kitchen end is a foot or
more above the level of to opposite end.
Most of the boats havo two apartments, a
kitchen and a sleeping-loom, though
some have but one loom. Winding past
tho ftont door of the boats are paths
tramped into tlio banks. Pittsburg Com-mercml-Gaelte.
IIimv C'riilis arc Heureil to Dentil.
Kiigene Ulackfoid, a New London an
thoiity, bays : " You know that the toft
crab is the ordinary blue haul eiab that
has jusl shed its shell, and I imagine the
crab is then in anextremelysciisilivestate.
While in that state and out of its element,
if it can see lightning or bear thunder, it
almost instantly dies'; Whether on train,
steamboat or in crates in the maikct,
seventy-live percent, of the crabs are killed
by u thunder Morm. Hut if thoy are put
in the icehouse and can oi)ly hear the
slight jumble of thunder, we do not loo so
many. Kvery dealer in soft-shell ciabs,
the minute no sees tlio Hty overcast, nun
dies his crates of soft crabs into his thickest
icebox, and until tho storm passes over
speculates upon his probable liws -by the
rumbling thunder."
o
One of tlio 1'reNltloiit'H Troubles,
Piesident Cleveland Hose, are you sine
the window-screens are in tep.iir?
Miss Cleveland Quite sine.
President Cleveland And tiro you ii'ing
that lly-paper according to diicclions?
Miss Cleveland Yes.
Pi estdcut Cleveland And you sprinkle
tho furniture with insect iowdereverv day?
Miss Cleveland Certainly; why do you
ask? Are the.iiiosquitoestroublingyou?
President Cleveland No, not the mos
quitoes; but that Second District Congress
man irom Illinois seems 10 uojusi as iiiick
as ever, Chicago News.
o
lnlck to IK'ClllC.
"Your duties will bo responsible," ex
plained a Kcutiicklau to a gentleman who
applied for a situation, "and will leiiuiro
great quickness of thought. There will be
no timo for deliberation. Do you think
you are capable of this?"
'T think ro, sir."
"Very well. I will think tho matter
over. Will you go out and tako "
"Don't care if J do."
Tlio promptness of this decision bo
pleased the employer that ho hired the
man at once. N. V. Sun.
o
Mu. John M. Comstock, chief of tho
Western Division of tho Pension Oilice,
died at Watcrtown, N. Y., Monday night,
Mr. Comstock was a brother-in-law of Pro
fessor Lester F. Ward of tholNalional
Museum, and niso of Mr. F. A.Simons of
tho Pension Oilice.
SPECIAL NOTICES,
B3W1.C0N'0MY AND BAIIVIY
l'or Vapor Stoves uo only
n.uirouTirs n.uin.
for Mio Ilct Htovo buy llio IiANroilTlt.
DANroilTll I'l.Ull) CO.,
Jy-JI 70.1!ithMliw.
j-SftHi'roiAt. N'onri:.
'1 he "Poil'1 will, until further notice, ho pub
lished at the ollico of tho "livening ftur."
'Hie counting room will leinnln In the 1'oM
building, and business will be trniisiieled there
precUely as uual.
Tho editorial mid composing looms nto
Inciited temporarily In tlio Mrdlll building,
1107 i: street. This will be the ollico of tho city
cdllor.
All poisons having hnliies with tho "l'osl,"
In cither editorial or business department, will
please bo governed by these dlreclloui.
rtrtjps,Tiii.: oi:t.T:ititATi:n
"Hi:si'i:k" ltnuui,
I'ATIJNT JIINNHSOTA l'LOUIJ.
Tor sale only by
11. J. ICUYWmtTII,
5-21) 7th !., Solo I'ropiletor.
fJfCSi,I'"'AM SI'ltlNHS
liSST miNKIIAI. AVATIJK
A Stun Cure for ltrlgbt's lllsiiimuur llio
Kid mo s.
'JO llarrels Jnit received fiom tho Hpilug.
1'. S. 1 havo lust erected a fountain and I
can bo obtained nt mv plac-n of business by
tho glass. JOHN K13YWOUT1I,
JylMm Solo Agent, Dili mid 1) sts. n. w.
tfiCS-,'nu: HIMT MIIAI.S IN
tiii: city
iSi ONLY If. CKNTS.
Dxeellent lmirh 10 and 15 cents.
Tin: OAiiriKi.D dininii-uooms,
lIS I'M. II. W.
Itooms fur rent. Strictly toimiernwv.
Je'JI-ir . T, cltl'MIM'iopilctor.
vTrtpajWASIMNGTOX SAFE DlCl'OStT CO.,
10 l'eniia. Ave. N. V.
The Cnniimnv will lent miiill inlvnlc safes
ill its new
FIHK AND llUllOLAlt-l'ltOOF VAUI.T.S
from (si toSHK), according to sire.
Silver l'lato nml nitlcles of value may ho
stored and Insured for any length of time at
veiy reasonable charges. Jellilni
Vf7rsj.Ci:itTAlN UIIOhKltA COltP.
kilai Cures Cholera, Cholera Motbtis.
Cholera Iiilantmu, Cramps In Hloiinieli nml
Dlanlnea. It never fullswlicn used ns directed.
Always lii-Ci II In your house; carry It win-rover
you go. The price Is within leneli of all, and
voli won't have to Inku a dozen bottles belbio
relief; it acts like lmigle. Dlnrrhiea is the llrst
stnge pf cholera. Stop Mint and you pievcnt
cholera. Certain Clioleia Cmo noer bills to
slop It. All dtllgglsls keep It. A. llltOWN,
I'roprlctor llox :i!il, Wiisliliiglon, D. C.
vgJ-flliYMONT KXCUItSION tlltOl'NDS
Contracts for r.xcurslons now In order. Cot
tnges mid sluglo looms lor rent. F. Fiu.u.sn,
Calerer. Hpeehil rates to Sunday-schools.
L. It. TKKMlll.YW? Till St.
-faWASIIIN(iTON, 1). !., JULY fi, 18S").
I Kiiitoii op Tin: Ciiitic: You will
plcuso Insert In your paper that I have been
misrepresented by the 1 eileintlon of Labor. I
I have not used any of Chris. Ileurleh's beer
since tho mill of April hist, I hopo they will
erase my mime from the list that they have
published. I mu the solo agent lor the Louis
lleigdoll lti owing Company of l'hlhnlulplihi,
Fa., and I am selling no oilier beer. 1'ioot can
bo furnished to satisfy (hum all by calling mi
mo at my pluco of business, all M street s w. M.
T. llltlliVVLLL. jy7-W
VJngJ-stjl'LAT llltIM MACKINAW HATS.
Fiesh Assortment Just Itecclw-d. Also
SUN ANp ItAIN UMllltELI.AS.
I.nrgo Stock to select fiom.
It. 11. hTIXKMKTK &SOX,
lit7 I'ciin. live.
rt-Sp-iEPPA HUNTOX
WfiS ofVlrglniu.
ji:ff ciiandi.i'.ii
of Missouri.
HUNTON t (,'IIANDLEIt,
Altoriiej.s.at-Law,
Will lnactlco In llio Supreme Court of tho
United Slates, tho Court of Claims, the Couits
of tho Dlxtilct of Columbia; before I ho Com
mittees ot uougress nun tue iicpniuncm".
onices: Niis.:i7,asiiiid:wci)K(.'0UAN BUILD
INO. J,-riLf
rtjg-illOTEL DUI10UIS,
1728 Pcnnn. Ave. N. W.
UlSTAUltANT A LA CAHTE,
Summer board -lly tho week, 85; by tho
month, SJ.!. myH:in
A C A It D
To all who nro sullerlng from llc errors and
indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, caily
decay, losa of manhood, tfcc., I will send a re
clpo that will cure you, FKP.E OF C1IAUGE.
Thlsgicnt remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary in South Amcilca. Send a self-addressed
envelono to the Hev. Joseph T. Intnnii,
Xtutlon I), A'tifl Vol I City.
SUMMER
RESORTS.
PINKY POINT HOTEL, SID.,
L Nlnely-lwo Miles Irom
Wnshliigtnu, on tho Potomac Itlvcr
Ol'EN Volt OU13T3 IUNP.2U. .
Steameis Excelsior or Oeorgo Lenry each
evening liom foot of Till st,
For terms, which wlllbn inodei.ite, iipply lo
Hotel; Wash 11 Williams, Tlh llnd D sts. n. w.,
or W. P.ltlCE,
Je9-3m I'ropiletor.
OUMMEU I10AHD AT 11EI.LE AIU l-'AUM
J fori I n week during July. Aceoimnoda
lions for chlldien and seivnnts. Easy day's
drive liom Wnahiiigtou, nml good pasture lor
hoiscs.
Address UENJ. II. HELL. Mnmiger,
Mlnulevlllo P. ()., Pilnee William Co., Vn.
v-
IltaiNIA llEACII HOTEL,
Situated on the Aliunde Const, 0 miles south
oi capo nenry; is miles irom tun
toll; by itnllinnd.
lleach for bathing unuxccUcd and no iiudei
tow, l'reo fiom mosquitoes. Tlio loiso Is
first clnss In all its npiiolntinynlfl. Telegraph,
telephono mid prompt mail facilities.
(100D FISHINO AND UOATINii.
For terms, which are reasonable, apply to
.1. P. IIOUIIACII & CO.,
Virginia lleach Hotel, Vn.
For fiuthor Information and circulars, apply to
J. W. MOTKLEItAiHON,
!.',! Pa, ave. ii. w., Washington, I), U.
nKSIUAULK COMNTKY HOAUD AT "ES
L trauo's Villas," Seabrook, 11. & P. it. It., 'Jl
minutes to Villas; new cottages, S rooms each;
inigoairy rooms; new iiirnituie; nrsi-eiasscn-Icier;
puro mineral water; convenient lor navy
olllceis and Department clerks; cars nt Navy
Yard or II. & P. depot. Apply to
MADAME ESTItANE.
HOTEL HENLOPEN, UEIIODOTII. DEL.
Open Juno 10, IMS. Ono hundred yards
from llio breakers. Ouoof tho lluest benches
In tho world. No undertow. 1-Tio escapes nml
drnlungo neri'eet. Fluo gunning nml llshlug.
Itntcs 1U In 815 per week, S.'.W to V per day.
For circulars addiess
jo 10-lin JAMKS ANTISDEL.
MH3. C. A. 1HNE3 HAS TAKEN FOIl THE
slimmer n dellghtlul ieldenco on tho bor
der ol (ho beautiful Lake Wliiiienesaukio(thico
bonis' rldo liom llostou by mil), and can no
coinmodnto a limited number ot persons who
desire a test fill and quiet place. Apply per
sonally or nddress H03 11 st,, Washington,
P.O. loin if
FOR SALE HOUSES.
TOU 8ALE-WR OFFEH VOIt SALE ONE
X' of tho most deslrnhlo and oxtenslvo real-
ilnnees In East Wnnlilnelnn! Inreo houso and
nenutitni groumis. ror nut particulars nun
n
permit to mspoci, nppty to wwormsieiii,
llrinlley.
ti-jMi'Si. iyii-iin
SCHUTZ'S MILWAUKEE LAGER
TIIE BEST IN THE DI8TIH0T.
SAMUEL C. PALMER, Agent.
1221 TWENTY-NINTH BTBEET NOBTHWEST
AUCTION SALES.
gYTIIOMAH DOWMNO, Auctioneer.
TiifSTr.is' sAi.r.oi' a diisiiiaiim: imicic
i)wi:i.i,in(i, NoitTiii:AST (:ohni:u OF
(JTIt AND M STS. N. W,
lly Irluo ofn daed of trust dated January 17,
A. U. 1RSI, mid duly recorded In liber mis, folio
-.'S7, orthol-niid Itccords for tho District of Co
lmnbln.nnd ntthowrllteu request of tho party
secured, Wo will sell at public, miction, In front
orthn premises, tin KltlDAY, TI1K HIST DAY
01' JUl.Y, A. D.lss'i.ntfl o'clock p. in., tho fol
lowing iletarlbcd real estnlo sllnnle Intlioclly
orWiishlugloii, In tho District nforcsuld, vl
Hublol (I, 111 l.lndsley A 1-lilllps' subdivision or
orhtlmil lots in. 11 nml 1.', In si)iinro rii:i,snld
siiIhIIvIsIoii being recorded In liber 11, folio 127.
of tho recoidsoftho .surveyors oillci-, District
ofColmnbhi.
Tonus ol Hale eighteen hundted dollars to
he paid In cash n ml the balance III lourciital
lli'iiillnienls, payable In six, twelve, elghlecu
nml Incmy.fmir mouths Irom date of sale, with
Interest nt i! per cent, pernnnum, piynbloscml
iiunually, secured by n deed'ol trust on llio
premises sold, or nil ensh, at the iiiurlmsct's
option, Olio hiiiidrcd and liny dolhiiK of the
purchno money tobo paid ul llineofsalc. If
lerinsol'fale are tint compiled Willi In seven
ilavs from day of sale tho trustees reeive tho
ilglitlo resell nt the ill: mid cnslofilcrnilltlug
purchaser.
Above properly will be sold subject to such
lii.e, geneinl and special, as limy bo duo on
Mine.
WAI.TKIl (I mTKIirr, Tni'lee.
for. 1-enna. nve. nml 'Jl'iI St.
THOMAS .1. l.UTTUKM., Trustee,
JyLM-lOt Cur. l'emin. nvo and -JiHh st.
PERSONAL.
Typo-Wrltlng Dcparltnenl; expert operntnrsj
ici'oiiil-liiiiid type-writers for sale: all kinds:
telephono No. UJ-'J. "CALlUltAl'll Ol'FICi:,''
)X F H. JSMj
rpiiKitiVAiTi: somi: mitiiiuous assim in
-L this city who labor under tho Impression
Mint iiroprletorsof chcal) enllng-hoitses linvo no
lie
bo
lights that they nro boimd to respect. Wo
woiildsnyto those egollsllenl Individuals Mint
observation and excellence nssiito in Mint
their siieclcs, not mnuy generations bnck, were
fed out of a trough, and woliitther iciUestthcm
to steer clenrnf the Forsyth Cafe, as wo dcslro
to servo Indies and gentlemen only. Wo do
exactly what wondvertlse to do and do il well.
- J-H)-"1
' wiiiiui: in Tin: would is that ptto-
V cession of bullus nml L'ents L'olni'l!"
remarked u lady to her oscort on 10th st.
"Why. they mo going and coming from tho
ForsythoCafo, where such elegant meals nro
served for 15 ets," said tho gent.
1p H.YOUNfiS, BTUAM CAltl'KT CLEAN
' lug and lenovatlng works; feathers roll
ovated, mattresses made ovr, fiirnlturo
steamed and moths destroyed, ld'22 l'n. nvo.
Factory, corner fitli mid 1C sts. s. o. Jol8
TAMESHUTIILltFOltD, DEALEIt IN FINE
f J Family (Jrocerlesnud Provisions; also Wines
Mid Liquors, unci 1) st. n. w. Specialty made
of Pure Aldeu Fruit Ylnegar.
Dlt. LEON, THE OLDEST KSTA11L1SIIEI)
and only lellablo Ladles' Physician In tho
city, ran ho consulted dully, dll I O St., bet. Mi
mid llth St. u. w. Prompt treatment. Corre
spondence mid consultntlons strictly coutl
dentlul. Separate rooms (or ludlos. Ollico
always open. Jefi
"I1ATTEKSON STILL SEUVES TIIOSU EX-
J. eellent meals for 15 ets. Call and try. Lo
Droll Dining Itooms, 812 F st. n. w.
my'JS
HPHEYEIIY 11EST 11USINE83 PEN MADE.
X Sold by nil
statloiieis,
Send 7 'Jcentr
stiunps for sum
Din doz. to Wash
liigton PhonoKinnhlo lleadmiailcrs, Wnslilim-
tmiLli.C.
I L. KEHVAND, ltlli! PP.NNA. AVE., EN
1 1 graver, Plato nml 50 sltlng cauls. 80
cents; 50 eards fiom sainn plate, -15 cents; 100
cards printed from plnle. 7f cents.
MEDICINE FOUDOdS.
ltL All liliftwn Cured.
(lEOIKlE W00LDIII1H1E.
oolil
Cor. -IJfi st. and Mil. avo. s, w.
ADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
IJ nro peifcetly snfo and always cllecl mil.
Sealed paitlcukirs JIo. WIIcok Spcelllo Moill
eluo Company, Philadelphia, P.i.
LADIES-PENNYltOYAL PILLS ("('III
ehuslcr's English"), tho only genulno, shfe,
certain and effectual. Scaled paitleiilarsdc.
Chichester Chemical Co., Ultl'i Madison so.,
Phlladolphla, Pa. Jy-Jli
KDnCATIONAL.
H11IE NOPAVOOD INSTITUTE (NEAR HT1I
J- st. Circle) will open September Ul with a lull
corps of accomplished Instructors. A cmniiletn
knowledgi! ol Fieiich pinctleiil ns well ns
seholnrlv ghen In thoshertcst timo, Addu-ss
MU. nml MltS, W. D. CA11EL, Principals, 1'JU
iindl'JlUlthst. ii. w. JyKI
BUSINESS EDUCATION lor young nml mid
dle aged men and women. .Spring and
summer sessions ol the Kpencorhu lluslncss
College, corner Ninth nml D Ets. n. w. ltnpld
wilting, bookkeeping, inpld calculations, Eng
lish language, stonoginiihy, type-writing, etc.,
of entrance, dny or night, KO, tlnco mouths,
day, SJO; night, 811; oneinoiith, day, il; night,
to. liiipm writing nmy rz lessons 1 1. i.iui
scud foo cliculnrs.
1IP.NUY C. SPEXCElt, Principal.
BAIIA A.SPENCEU, VjeePrlnclpnl
J)OXrT i'AiLTo'viHIT
DOOLEY'S It I ALTO FOUNTAIN,
.. ' Ji.imd Pa. Ave. S. E.
linflVflODA WATEU IN THE CITY.
rOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
iclverlHeineiitn of 1 bren I.I nc.s under this bend
Inserted thrru times lor i"icelitii.
T710U SALE-dOOD COUPE HOUSE AND
L bin ness, together or single; cheap lor ensh.
Inquire, liom 7 n m to 7 p in, nt l-S 1st t s e,
. JyJISt
T710U SALE-SAIL110AT, IN (1001) CONDI
L t Ion, with poitnble cabin, nun iiwnliig,
oais, anchors, cables, elc., j-ji. Address Hall
liniitCi Itlo olllee. IJ1M11
CtALL AT ONC'E-CLOSINO OUT STOCK
and llxturcs of confectionery at U'JtlPn
uvoLat lesstli'mnucllniipilees. Jyjfi-ilt
JonSALK-
A VJ horsepower Englno and holler.
Je'.'O tf Apply ntCi It In Ofllco.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
AilvertUeme.Mtu ot Tluen Lines under this head
InserlKl.tliren limes for Ui cents.
1j Oil HENT
? M lit Corcoran St., 0 rs and bath, mod. I.
1 Ml o st. s. o., 10 rooms, mod Imps.
llir.Nsl.n. w.,8
l'J'JO Est. n. w.i stoieroom.
TIKIS. .1. MYEHS,
Ileal Estate Agent,
Jylltf TJlllFst.ii.w.
LOST AND FOUND.
t"0ST JIILY'J). 1IET 8 AND '.I O'CLOCK. A
'- mil of draw lugs. Plenso letiuu tuHW 1 st
u w nml u-ceUo rewnnl. Jyal-U'
1'1 fA ItEWAHD-LOST IN FHANKL1N
P I. UUlMik Sunday, July 12, a blaclf silk
umbrella Willi straight handle. Tho Under
Will receive tho above vownrd by leaving tho
same at 11 K Fulton's lonn olllee, 121H Pa nvo
ii w. lyi:i-:it
FriililM Cast) of a Colorel Mau.
I contracted a fearful caso of blood poison In
188SI. I was treated by some of tho host phy
sicians In Atlnnln. Thoy iisodthooldremodlos
of Mercury and Potash, which brought on
rlieuniatlsm and Impaired mydlgestivo organs.
Evciy Joint In mo was swollen and full of pain.
When I was given up to dlo, my physicians
thought It would bo a good time to tost tho
vli tuo of Swift's Specific. When I commenced
taking H, H. H. tho physician said I could not
live- two weeks under tho ordinary tieatmeiit.
Ho ooinmonced toglvomo Mm modiehio strictly
according to directions, which 1 continued for
soveral months I took nothing else, nml com
menced to lmpio-o from tliu very first. Soon
thorhoiimntUm left mo, my apiietlto beciuno
all right, and tho ulcers, which tho doctor snld
were tho most frightful ho had ever seen, bo
gan to heal, nml by tho 1st of October, 1881, 1
was a well man ogaln. I (tin stronger now
thnn I over was beloie, nml weigh moro. H, B,
8. has roved me 'iNDON.
Lorn McCIendon has been In tho employ of
tho Choss-Carley Company for somo years, ami
I know tho abovo stntements to hotruo. At
tho timo ho begun taking Swift's Simolllo ho
was In n horrible condition, I regaul his erne
almost miraculous.
W. 11. CI10S11Y, Manager.
Choss-Curloy Co.. Atlanta Division.
Atlanta, Oa., April 18, 1885.
AMUSEMENTS
A MtAUOlI'S (Irnnil Opnni-IInuse.
Kvery Kvcnlng. No .Saturday Jitatlnco.
Suppo's itomantlc Military Opera,
1'ATINITZA.
Admission 2no, lloscrved Scats fiOn.
flllAND ATIII.UTIO I'.KIIIIUTfON, UNDl'.lt
- thonusplces of tho Y. M, C. A. Gymna
sium, nt ATHMVriC l'AUK, WnilNIMtJAY,
JUIiYffi! ntrp. m. Ono mllownllcl mile.
mllo mid 100 yards run: running nml standing
high Jump, sack tare: 6 mllo blcyclo and Mnllo
lili-yclo races; putting the Mint; '-Mile hurdle
rare; three-legged race.
Admission, Uiets.
(lrnndstniid,.tcls. extra. JylH-:i
rilIli:ATU13 COAIIOUK.
JL HU.MMIMt OAltDUN.
tiiih wiciiic,
Jnlnes llellley'.s llurlesipio Tronpo mid Aimlo
Koimeily's
1.1YINO HTATUIIS.
Sensation from lhitrnueo to llxll.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Hat unlay
WANTED HELP FEMALE.
Advertisements ol Three Lines tinder thla liesil
Inserted thrro times lor 25 cents.
WAN'N'.ll-A WOJIAN FOIt OENEItAI,
'' housework; emnll Inmlly; good wnces.
Apply. Willi lefercnees. to Mis. Tinnier, li'.th
and Park sis, Mt I'lcnsnnt, D ('. Jy21-:it
TrANTED-A WASHWOMAN TO DO FIXE
'' washing, nt 1011 Pn avo. J -20 III
f I7ANTED-SEVE11AI, (JENTLEMEN AND
VV ladlos to tako orders; sninry by tho
wcek
irj.irsi. n. w, ironiioom, aa noor. n
loll) n in
Jyltlilt
tTTANTED-A
ItELlAULE (UltL TO DO
VV light housowoik III a small family. Ap
ply at !IIT Pa avo, overdrug store. jylfl-tlt
WANTED HELPMALE.
Advprtlsenipnts ol Tlirrn Lines under this head
t oderled three limes (orS cents.
WANTED-A HOY, lfi YEAltS OLD. TO
work in n Iced store; must be willing lo
work. Address John Smith, Crltlo ollico.
jr-11
VrANTED - IMMEDIATELY, A i'lltST-
' ' clnss barber; no oilier need apply. At It
A Holmes', llth st mid Mil nvo s w. Jygt-fil
VAXTEII-(I001) COOK, WASlIElt AND
' ' liouer: nbo man to tal.o euro horse: eood
wages- slendy employment. Apply at Mil Pa
nvo n w. Jyisi-:n
7"ANTKD-AOKNTS FOIl THE 1IEST SELL-
' ' log Installment goods on tho market.
Palely A: Haskell. 11,11 F st n w. loom It. Jy-JO-P.t
WANTED SITUATIONS.
A Jverllsements ot Tlireo Linen under tills head
Insf rteil tliree times for V cems,
WANTi:D-Slfl'ATlt)NrinrA (1001) C(K)IC
'' to do general work.. Inquire dill Md.
nvo n o Jy21-!lt
WANTED-A PLACP. TO XUltSE (lit DO
eliiiinbcrwiirl;; to go out tho city. Cull at
S'lllomiibiryst; good wages. JyliUIt
WANTED-A PLACE AS CIIAMIIEKMAll)
ortouursooneclilld; good releicnces. Ad
dress IKK anh st n w. JyjiO nt
WANTED-A YOUXO MAN DEsTuES A
plnce ns iiorler or lo drive In irlnlo fam
ily and do general housework; city lolerenccs
AddiessJ 1), Ciltlnolllee. JyaiJJl
ATAN"l'I'.I-A SITUATION HY A YOUNO
'' colored iiiau, as driver or to make him
self generally uselul about tlio place. Apply at
IMHlsihstuw. JL-o::t
WANTED-WUITINll TO DO IN AN 01'.
Ileoor nl home, by u lady who writes
uoiiiiiieuiiioii on too lypo.w'iiicr or ny mimi;
salary not so iiiueli nn object as permiineiil i-m-ploymciil.
Addiess MKs I II F, Cilllc olllee.
VANTEO MISCELLANEOUS.
AilverlLiiMiieiitnnrTiiren Linen under this hruil
luscrtisl tlireo times tor M-Veents
WANTED - A ItESPOXSillLE PAIt'i'Y
' winds to hho horo mid buggy tlnco or
four (hues n week. Address Pinmpt, Crilli-
ollico. . . jyj2it
V"ANTi:i)-NEVS Oil HOOK COMPOSI
V Hon, by mini mid wife; will woik cheap,
ns wo nro strangers and must havo work. Ad
dress (1 W 11, Ci llln ollico. Jy20 :;t
WAXTED-A PUItCHASEU FOU APPLE
' ' Ion's Cjelnpedla, 17 vols., hi perfect Older,
full leather binding; pi lee S,",,1 ensh; never
been tped; a great bargain. Address P 1) (,
Cillin olllee. jyLS-Iit
WANTED-ALL To" KNOW THAT DU.
Taylor, Dill P stiect, near Tontli, makes
benutlfiil setsofartlliclal t colli for E5;guar
anteed to give lull satisfaction; extracting
with gas, chloioforinor local nucsthetlcs, 50
cents; without, Ufi coats; tilling nt very low
lajees. y!5-tf
FOR SALE LOTS.
lOUSALE-IlEAUTIFULSUllUmiANLOTS,
V ilSxlOOfcct, fronting Dladonsbiirg Turn
pike, In sight of street-cars, SWH); $100 cash,
lialnncojfi per month. Neat 5-room cottages
built nt lowest continet ra(03; S100 cash, bat
aneo In 5 years, or monthly payments If pro
f ci red.
THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
Jy7 Oil I F ct Itooms 5 nml 0.
P'oil SALE- "
Handsome corner lot, noar ScotL Circle, ut
reduced rato.
Two lots, on Itlth street, near Scott Clrclo,
at 50 cents less than adjoining ground.
Deslrablo ground In llliodo Island avenue,
near Connecticut uvenuo, nt reasonable (rates.
Now and substantial corner dwelling, near
Dupont Circle, containing ltl rooms, 811,000.
Ditto, near IHHhli Legation. 17 rooms.
$U2,000.
Several desirable country placos near tlio
city.
WM.P. YOUNO,
o10lf ItKKU' street.
l?01t SALK-
I1 lly AUSTIN P. UltOWN,
1 IUII F st. 11. w.,
Hl.OOO feet of erotind on Kith st. n. w.. bet.
Seott Clrclo mid It St., and (10,000 feet on N.
ii. uvu., uL-i. iiiipoui i iieienuii I, hi. neveiai
tlrst-clnss housos. rancliii! In ni-lcii from SKI.-
Olio to 8100,000. Joio-tf
FOR EXCHANGE;
WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES
for old ones at Ilutlcr's Stove Exchange,
corner 5th and K sis, Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. Stoves exchanged tor groceries.
Old stoves lmimht.
I7I0U SALE-UU1CIC HOUSE No JtlOSDTH
. st u w, (I looms und basement; range,
latrobos, etc.; linished In hard wood; pi Ice
$:i,150; small x-usli paymouls, A Lloyd, III!)
I6stnw. y8
The Best and Most Profusely Illustrated
Work on Washington Ever
Published.
"THE NATIOMI. CAPITAL,"
Washinyton, Past and Proaont.
-UY-
8TILSON HUTOHINS,
Ilditor " Washington Post,"
-AND-
JOS. WEST MOORE,
Author and Journalist)
WITH NEAULY
THREE HUNDRED PICTURES,
inoltiillnrj Nearly All of tho Most Noted
Private Resliloncca,
Is for sale ut the Counting Iloom ot "The Dally
1 l(Wt
EXCURSIONS.
J DELIOIITPl'L WAY TO SPEND SUNDAY.
Tako LADY OP TlltrLAKEat oifM Saturday
evening for
COLONIAL llEACII,
Arriving at tho Ilench at lOo'eloek.aud return
by Arrow-smith Sunday night at in o'clock.
FnroRO cents each wny.
SECOND MOONLtriltT P.XCUUSION
OP TIIK
YOUNO MEN'S CllltlSIIAN ASSOCIATION
ON Till-
Slcmner W. W. COIU'OltAN,
FltlDAY, .lULY-'l.
Tickets nl cents, Including Ice Cream and
Cake.
Ilont leaves whnrfat 0 ii, m ; relurutug, nr
rlesatlli.:vi. in, Jy'JO'lt
CSTIIAMKK
COltCOItAN'H
lLVOUJt-
O
HIII.NS.
Steamer leaves overv ninriilni' nt in nVlnelr.
letiiiulugnt-l o'clock p. in, Faio, 'J5 cents for
round dip to (llyiuoul mid Alarshnll Hall.
Children, 115 cents. JeH-tf
HOI TimciltllAT I'AI.I.SANI CAltlN
JOHN llllllKlE.
Tho slenm-packct EXCELSIOIt will mako
regular ttlps diiihri tho season tothonhovo
IKilnls every SUNDAY, TUESDAY nml I'M
day, leaving her wharf; coiner of High si, nml
Cimnl, nt 8 o'clock u. m. sharp. Fnro for
loimd-tilpfiOc. llontcnii bo chatleicd on nl
teinntodnys, l'or Information npply nt oflloo
of .1. (Land .1. M. WATEUS, 1017 High si..
(leorgelown. Jeaa-tf
pHAl'lil, 1'OIN
NT.
CIIAPKL, POINT.
Long llranch of tho Potomac.
:n.j hours nt tlio beach.
Citmmcncliig with .Ilino i!8, tho STEAMEIt
(lEOlttlE LAW will leaio dally (except Mon
days and 1'ildays) from steamer Lcary's
wharf at 8: 15 a. m. sharp, returning l):!lo p, m.
Itoiind trip, fide. Meals fiOe.ttt llio Point.
Professor Nbioedcr's orchestra.
(leo. W. 1IAUEII, owner slcamer (loo. Law.
THE QUEEN OF WATERINU PLACES,
CAPE MAY,
Is reached by tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
in
TWO HOUItSntOM PHILADELPHIA.
FAST KXl'ltUSS TItAlNS, with Parlor
Cars attached, niorim during tho season at
convenient hours. Passengeis mrlvo nt tho
Now llronil street Stntlon, Plillndolphla, whcio
Union Tiansfer Coaches and llorso Cars trans
fer them direct to tho station of tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt tho foot of Market street.
For tickets, baggage checks nml full Infor
mation upply
Niirllicnst eoriiiir Tlih leentli Htreet unit
I'oiiiis(v1iuiIh ItWMlllC,
.Sl.'itlnii Hiilllinniii .V l-olonuie Itiillroml
CHAM. E. I'lTOII,
(leneral Manager.
.T. It. WOOD,
(leneral Passenger Agf
ATLANTIC CITY.
i-:xrui:ss thains hun
WITHOUT STOPS
TIIHOUOH
IN
MiN-Bnrsr twriisoTj'.r;ja
via
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R
From Slntlou foot of Vine street.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
Prom Station foot of Market Btreet.
Accessible from Washington by tho through
trains of the
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR.
From tlio Now llroad street Slntlou of tho
Peiiiisylvnnlu Italliuail, nl Philadelphia, Street
Cars will convey passengers direct to tho West
.1 ci bey Italhoad Station. Union Transfer
Coaches to tho station of tho Cnindou As Atlan
tic Itullrond.
l'or through tickets, baggage checks and full
Informal Ion apply as follows;
Noilbeiisl coiner Tlilrli-i-ntli street mid
I'elilisylvnuln iivtiiiuo,
Slntlou ltiiltlinoro .V l'otoiiiiio Itiillroml.
CHAS. E. PUOII, ,T. It. WOOD,
(Jenoml Manager. Oener.il Pnssengor Agt.
1885
xcuitsioN hi:ason
1885
ON TIIK
itATriiwonr. .v (lino kailkoad.
EVEUY MONDAY, Commencing .lUHE'J'A to
I'KN-Mlt.
ltoimd-trlp Hate, SI. GO. Limited to ilOO per
sons. LenMi Waobhigtim ut 8 n. m. Keturii
lug, an ivu nt 8::i0 p. m.
EVEUY TUi:SDAY and TOIDAY, Commeno
Ing.lUNE'ja, to
Ilui'lier's Vorry nml llyrnoV IhIiiuiI,
On tho Potomac.
Itound-trlp Unto, SI. Limited to QOO per
sons. Leavo Wahlugtnn 10 05 u. m. ltcturn
lug, nrrlvo nt 7;'J0 . in.
EVEUY WEDNESDAY AND EVEUY 0TIIEH
SUNDAY to
1.U1CAY OAVlMtN.S,
Commencing JUNE 21. Uoimd-tilp Hate,
:t.riO, Leavo Washington S:30 u. in. Ue
tmiihig, mrlvo at 0:15 p. m.
Evciy ticket calls for a reaeived sent on
theso oxeurslons. Secure your tickets nt (110
mid i:t5t Peimn. nvo., and at depot on tho
inoinlng of tho excursion. loltl-tf
L
OWtill OllDAlt 1'OINT.
Tho Popuhir Watering Placo of
w
iVnslihiL'toni'ius.
Tho safe, swift nml mninihleeiit steamer At!-
MENIA will leavo her whart, foot of 7th nt.,
dally, except Satutdiiys, nt On, in., loturiilng
at I) p. m.
Armenh stops nt Alexandria on M0NDAY8,
WEDNESDAYS and FltlDAYSonly.
Faro, 50n round dip. Chlldien, 'Joe.
Dinner on tho grounds, 50 eeuls.
For further liiformnllon mid charters to so
clcllcs and corporations aiiplv lo
(1. L. SIIEIIIFF'H Coal Ofllco,
329 and Hid Pa. avo., or at Steamer's wharf,
footof 7th St. jol2-tf
HTT. VKUNON t MT. A'HUNON't
STEAMEIt W. W. COIICOUANnlC
Loaves 7th st. wlinif dally, except Sunday, for
Mt. Vciuon at 10 o'elock a. in.; returning,
reaches Washington nbout :i-:i()n. in.
L. L. lll.AKE, Cnptnln.
FORRENT -ROOMS.
Advertlseiuenlsiil'lhren Lines under Mils bend
Inserted three times tor 'i'i eents,
1?0lt ItENT-ltOOMS FUIINISIIP.D OU FN
1 liuiibhed, with or without board, nt l-':l N
Juvonw. Jyjl-JU
T70U UKNT lllll T8T. N. W. Ii IIOOMS, MOD,
' lmps.,tf.u:iu; !si 1st st S.W., 2-slory btlck.iS,
17 I si. 11. e. sloie, 815, Apply lo A. S. Ciiyw ood,
cor. !ilh nml K sts. 11. w.
Jyl7-:it
TiHIH ltENT-5 IINFUHNISIIED HOOMS. ON
J ' 1st Hour. 1222 12th st 11 w. ylHilt
MONEY TO LOAN.
$80,000 TO 1-0AN- iVshms"'io bUT
nt 5 per cent, on lli.-t-clnssCIty Piopcrty
O, C. (UtEEN,
Jj"JI-lllt l:i7lh M n w
fl-inATO$500 TO 310,000, AND LAUOElt
rlplUV sums on real estate; lowest rates;
call now. W.M, V. HOLTZM AN, Attoi noy, 1U21
Pst.n. w. jo2:i-lyr
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON UOOD UKKh
estatoor cnllntAinl security nl lowest rateu
of lutnrnst. No delay when security In good,
0.0. nnr.DN, llnnm 1, 1-liomeu's hullillng,
cor. 7th nml l.a.nvn. nyll-ir
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avcnuo. second door west
of Ninth street,
SOLE AOENTS FOU
Ohiokoring and Jamoa & Holmstrom
:pi.A.:Kros,
OI.OIHHI AN1 IVAUlllIN OltOANS,
And all MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS.
KmcvsQiuStGcK & Ban's rianos
Wilcox tt Wlilto mid Kimball
Oraniis. l'lnuoa unit Ortrans sold
on Installmonts, rnntod or exchanged; rent ap
plied It purchanod,
HENRY EBERBACH. 915 F St.
Managing partner or 1 imii nrm 0t Ellis k Oo,
4.
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MluMmmj.

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