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THE WASHINGTON OIUTIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 22, 188C
l'or tlio middle Atl.intleStntes wiiernlly fair
wnntliiM-! iinrtliprlr winds liccomtlll! Varlnnlej
xllclit full, followed hy ii Might ilse, In tempera
turoniul preceded this ureiilng near tlioeonst
hyoeenslonal local showers. . ,,
Tor Thursday continued warm nnd Koneriilly
fiilr weather Is Indleatcd for New Knetmiil nnd
Middle Allnnllo Stale.
I'.hhltt House, corner lllli nml ' streets,
st. James Hotel, Ctli st. nml l'cnlM. nve.
Harris Houe, return, nve., near lltlist.
Clinton Iloue, 7th and I streets,
l.niekani, 132.1 1' street notthttel,
I'oik t: Couiit Judge Huell. Sarah Muliniioy
imil Johanna Htow art. loud nml holteroiii: dis
missed, .lolm 0. Ilolliind, do.; jrior Tulnis.
.Michael Tlcrniiti, do.; do. Jos. W. 1'earliiK,
viiRrnney, neiitenee suspended. Teeney Dorsoy,
Mary l.eo and Cella .lohnon, valiancy; per
sonal bond, lleinanl Johnwii, James Niii
den, (Jeorco ItoMn'oii and Hubert Htnllh, va
rfrnncv, personal bond. I.eioy Venlo nnd An
ilicw Smith, liiitliliiR In the liver nt unlawful
hours: tl or seen day. Albert Mcintosh,
lolatliiK the htilldlnK. regulations; 81(1 or
thlitv day, nml execution of sentence "us
John JCiiuiv ami l'eler Choiiey,
7S years old, were overcome by the
Mtt. .Iooi:iit J. Daumscitok, the well
known lnwver, and Mks Kliinucth II.
.Meador wilf be married.
Mi w Amin: CiKTCiii'.M. and Dr. J). 11.
Street were married this morning at it
o'clock. They left for a short trip.
KiTiinu .1. HeitAi'iiu has petitioned (for
divorce from Charles ". Schafer, charging
him with desertion niul non-siippoit.
Kx-CoMMISSIONIIIl I.oitixo'rf lintid-onic
rcsiileneo on K Mrcet has been sold to
I'lorcneo 0. ltadclille for $2.j,000, and a
hou-o on 1 htrect, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth, has been transferred bv the
hitter to Mr. .lolm A. Loiing for :W,0(K.
A ltiU'OUT teaches this city from Ma
thias Point, on the lower Potomac, that
two boys named Doddard, aged 14 mid 10
vears, went out crabbing with miiho colored
boys. A dispute arose and the white boys
were thrown into the river and drowned.
Threats are made of lynching.
Ma. urn Cinoitor. A. AitMr., real estate
broker, 1337 V street, has sold Dr. George
11. Loring's houe, No. 1523 K street, to
Mrs. C. Uadclilli) for $25,000. lie has
also sold hoiiu No. 1211 P street for Dr.
KadcliU'e to Mr. John Loring for 32,500.
Deeds for the above property were passed
Ai.ticitr S. Dl'US, the young man
charged with hiring n horse and buggy
from .lolm Dimau in Georgetown, and at
tempting to sell it in Baltimore, wasbcfoic
the l'ohco Court this morning for grand
laiccny. He waived examination and the
rase was sent to the grand jury under ?300
Tin: funeral of the late Mr. Itcnedict
Milburn took place last evening from the
I'irst .Methodist Protestant Church, llev.
Dr. Hates of (ieorgetown otliciating. The
pall-bearers wero Messrs. Hartlctt, Hill,
Topham, Swingle, Gibson and llrewer.
The interment was at the Congregational
Cemetery. The deceased was the father of
Tin: excursion to the seaslioru by the
Pennsylvania Itailroad on Saturday night,
leaving at 10 p. in., is undoubtedly the
most attractive ever offered to the people
of AVashington, and the indications are the
bauie will be well patronized. Kvery ar
rangement necessary for the comfoit of the
excursionists taking this trip has been
made, and those intending to avail them
selves of the low rate should purchase
tickets at once.
Josnrir JtrxoiiAUS, n saloon-keeper on
East Capitol sdeet, near Kighth stieet,
was before Judge Snell this morning for
keeping a disorderly house, anil also with
assaulting a colored man named Charles
liryan, by firing a pistol at him. The po
lice ot the Eighth Pieciuct testified tiiat
theio were constant disorders in the house
complained of. A number of neighbois
stated that they frequently hear bad lan
guage and fighting in the house. A fine
of f0 or sixty days was imposed. The
assault on Ilryau occurred last Satuiday.
Ue said they had some words about pay
for a drink, when the defendant drew "a
pistol, and the bullet passed in close prox
imity to his ear. A line of WO was im
posed in this case.
f!ITY II A 1. 1. NOTES.
filed a certificate
Social Society to-da
Henri Krni, by his will filed with the
Register to-day, leaves his entiie piopeity
to liis wife, Mary J. Krni, and at her
death the residue to their three daughters.
Marriage licenses have been issued as
follows: Charles 1j. Turner and Lilly
Burns, both of Maryland; Daniel U. Steel
and Addie Uatchell; Griffin Clomas and
Kmilv Johnson ; Jaret Reynolds and Kliza
Harris; A. F. Springsteen and Emma J.
Justice Hagncr to-day granted Laura
Virginia Godey divorco from the bonds of
matrimony with William H. Godey and
gave her the custody of their child, on the
round of his habitual intoxication. The
iiueition of alimony is to be settled here
XiioiiHiuiils or Watermelon.
The first load of watermelons to reach
this city by sailing vessel this season
came up from Norfolk on a pungy yes
terday. The load comprised about live
thousand great, cool-looking melons that
were grown in North Carolina and
taken to Norfolk and shipped. They
were lauded at the old watermelon
wlimf, foot of Twelfth street southwest,
and found ready sale at from $lf to $20
l'roNt uii tlio Monument,
Shortly after the rain storm which vis
ited the city nbout l o'clock yesterday af
ternoon, which perceptibly diminished the
heat, the workmen at the Washington
Monument discovered that the north front
of the monument, above the line where tho
work was resumed, had been so heavily
coated with a frost that the lines of the
btones were not visible for sometime after
R M. iSproul has notified the police,
that a lady'ri hand-satchel containing ?05
in money was stolen iroiu uiu iimmg.rooiii
at the St. James' Hotel.
General M.C. Meigs reports that two
.520 bills were stolen from a locked desk in
his house, 1239 Veimont avenue, between
tlio 1 7th and lUth instants.
nihino voiir tironcrtv now in tho Arling
ton Firo fnsuriinco Company. Office, loOo
Pennsylvania nvo., n. w., tho company
having the largest paid-up capital viz.:
$200,000 of any city company. Directors:
WnlterS. Cox, president; William King,
vice-president; William K. Riloy, Dr. J.
W. H. Lovejoy, Charles Edmotistorh S.
Thomas llrown, D. P. Robinson, "William
Gait, Dr. W. W. Johnston; O. R. Maury,
treasurer; Frank T. Rawlings, secretary.
Till! .VATIO.VAI.'.S roi.iuv.
lliillilliijrn.Huru I'oiiuiliillnii tor Nik
cess Next l'l'iii'.
A moiniug paper rather pilches into the
National managers for backing out of their
game with tho Detroits. Now, there arc
two cides to the matter. Tho Nationals
want, of couise, to pursue that policy which
w ill advance their interests the most. Next
season tlieie will be a bieaking up of the
now existing baseball leagues. The one
in which there is the most money for the
Nationals and the most iulcicl for its
palrons, is llie Ameiican Association. On
its merits, the Ameiican Association is
much sttongcr than tho League, but It 1ms
been ludly managed. Ry throwing aside
tho American Atsouintiou what possible
advantage could I he Nationals secure?
The League has all the Kastein clubs it
wants, It i'lstioug in tlio Fast, very strong
intlneeof the four cities. The League
will never take Washington in; they want
a good club in Cincinnati. The American
Association is dill'erent. In it there is an
excellent chance for the Nationals next
year. This is the last season of the Met
ropolitans. Does any person suppose the
Nationals could get their place next season
if they took up a light against the Ameri
can Association this? This is a common
scne view to take.
Tlie games yesterday resulted as follows:
II. .11'..!.. lln. In.". i (.. I ll.il.tiloltilii.t JU
1H1II. Ul'-1HJ3U.M!, " II' 1', ll.lt, ll..l. ... t,-J..
Louis, 0 to 0; New York-Detroit, 8 to 7;
l'ittsburg-ltrooklyu, 7 to fi; Iialtimore-
Cincinnati, 8 to 7; Athletic-Louisville, 7
to (i; St. Louis-Metropolitan, 2 to 1; Virginia-Lancaster,
The Columbia lloal Club excursion to
night promises to lie a delightful affair,
and will no doubt be largely attended.
The new eight of the Coluinbias is
rigged with tlio stroke on the wrong side of
tho boat to suit Nute. It seems that this
was not noticed until tho boat arrived.
Kllis Ward will have a nice job changing
every seat in her.
It is understood that Mr. Phoebus has
again changed the date of his legatta to
the 18th of August. Just how this date
will aid him it is dillicult to understand.
Tlio National regatta is the 12th and 13th
of August, and to get from Roston to Nor
folk before the 18th would bo hard woik
at the best, and not leave more than a day
or too to practice beforo the race. If Mr.
Phoebus insists upon having his regatta at
that time he will find the entries few and
In conversation with one of the most
prominent oarsmen in the District last
night he said he thought the light-weight
races should be discouraged any way. They
weie a localism here, and he could not see
the use of them. He thought that the
junior and benior fours weie enough.
Johnson of the Washingtons will prove
a great addition to the cluli. Heisonc of
the strongest men on the river, and as
soon as he gels into form will pull a power
The Coluinbias have gi cat spot t just at
dusk each evening swimming from their
lloat. There are some excellent swimmers
The Grillith brothers pull exceedingly
well in their double outugger. They are
light, but strong. Last night while a lot
of the Washingtons were standing on their
float at Cumberland's, one of them told the
Griffiths that they could not row around
the Aqueduct Rriilge and back under nine
minutes. The boys went right out to a
pointjusl above the Potomac boat-bouse
and rowed the course in the excellent time
of seven minutes and twenty-live seconds.
Fllis Ward had out teveral new men
in the Tenor last night. The boat is well
named, for when the new men go by it in
the boat-house thev linn pale, and it takes
beveral seasons to iiardeu them.
Rieenls out every night in the Poto
mac eight. The boys are trying as hard
as they ever did in their lives,
Fred Hollister of the Potomaes is in the
city for a few days. Hollister is located
with a large New York film, and spends a
pait of his time traveling.
Eckstein and Jaiiiius of the Analostans
wants to get up their old junior four. It
is doubtful if Dick Somers will row.
The Coluinbias arc doing mote single
fcculliiig this season than ever before. They
generally get down early and take a spin
in tlieirtingles befoie it is time for crew
practice. Andy Smith, Rrewster and Rob
Wade were out last night. The last two
low their singles ueaily every night. A
race between the three would piovevery
John Teenier, who was beaten by Gtmd
aur in the legatta Monday, has been openly
charged with having sold out in order tb
aid pool selling in a race with Gaudaur
which is to be rowed soon. It is also stated
that the course was not three miles long.
Gaudaur states that he himself thinks tiie
couise a little short, but that he has made
almost as good time as Monday's record on
Creve Cii-ur Lake couiko. The icferee
has asked for an mvestigaion of the charges.
.Struck by a Locomotive.
Another serious accident occurred on
the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad last night.
As car No. 10 of the Columbia Railroad
was passing along H street near First
street northexst, about 10 o clock lust
night, it was struck by an incoming freight
tram on tho lialtunoro A: Ohio itailroad.
There were eight pasengcrs in the car
at the time, tour of whom were ladies. '1 he
passengers wero thrown with great force
against the side of the ear. They all
scrambled out in great confusion, with the
exception ot Airs, tatliermo lirosmau ol
West Washington, who had her collar
bone biokeu in two places. It is alleged
that no watchman was at tho crossing lo
give the warning of the approaching train,
1 his is a dangerous ciossing ami similar
accidents havu occurred there.
An interesting athletic exhibition will
bo given tliis afternoon at Athletic Pink,
under the auspices of tho Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium, tho exercises to begin at f)
o clock. Somo exciting bicycle races are
promised. Tho promising young cvclist,
W. li. Crist, will take pait.
A SI I Klit I'nll of Temiiurntiiro.
The Signal Service observers promise a
slight fall of temperature this evening or
to-night, but scu no evideucu of a cool
MM! I'll WAMIMNfti'O.V.
Di:ti:hjiini:i) to Riiuak Up Unlaw
rut, Ratiiino. There seems to bo ti de
termination on tlio part of tho police offi
cers to break up bathing in tlio 1'otomao
beforo daik. Olllccrs Clnrkson nnd Con
Btantino camo down on a party of young
men who wero bathing off Riley's wharf
foot of Twelfth street, about 8 o'clock yes
terday evening,nml by securing their clothes
succeeded in unvoting Joseph Decry,
Charles A8hford,Leroy Venir and Andrew
Smith. They were taken to the station
nnd charged with indecent exposure, nnd
wero released on ?o collateral.
A 11 MY AND SAW.
The Minion arrived at lloug Ivong to
day. Acting Assistant Surgeon A. 1'. Frick
has been assigned temporal ily as pol sur
geon at Fort Howie, Arizona.
Lieutenant Kvcrelt K. Henjamin, First
Infantry, has been ordered to Foil Lowell,
Arizona, for temporary duty.
The Fish Commission steamer Fish
Hawk coaled ship at the Noifolk Navv
S'nril on Monday and relumed to tlio
Thiity clerks will go to Philadelphia to
count mid pack for transput tation lo this
city the paper for printing Intel mil Reve
Paymaster Daniel A. Smith of the receiving-ship
Franklin left the Noifolk
Navy-Yard Monday evening for thoNoith
on leave for a month.
Secielary Whitney is likely to spend
several days iu Massachusetts, and not le
tnrn to this city until July 28. Secielary
Kndicott is cxjieclcd luck on Saturday or
early next week.
First Lieutenant James Parker, Fourth
Cavalry has been detailed as judge-advocate
of" the court-martial silting at Fott
Apache, Arirona, to relieve First Lieuten
ant James S. Pcltit, First Infantry.
Naval Orders: Assistant Paymaster
Leeds O. Kerr, to the Now York Navy
Ynnl. Assistant ICngiueer Andiew M.
Hunt, as professor of mechanical engineer
ing In thu Michigan Military Academy.
The Navy Department is informed
that the Swatara has sailed fiom Key
West for Hampton Roads, Admiral
Jotictt is preparing to return on tiie
Tennessee, and will leave the Yantie on
the Columbian coast.
Lieutenant - Commander Fugeno W.
Watson, navigation ollicer: Passed Assist
ant Engineer John A. R. Smith and lloat
swain John II. llrown of the Franklin
have all been gianted leave during August
from the Norfolk Navy-Yiud.
A new post of the Grand Armv of the
Republic, to he known as "William G.
.Mitchell," No. WW of New York, was
organized lust Tuesday evening in New
York city. Tlio membership is composed
of regular soldiers wiio served during the
AVar of the Rebellion.
Tiie presentation swords of General
David li Twiggs, received while he was in
the United States Army, and which were
captured at New Orleans by General
Butler, are now among the ''captured and
abandoned property" in tho Treasury, and
are valued at $10,000, from the jewels that
ornament the scabbards audgiips. The
heirs and a New Oilcans lady are contest
ing for possession.
Siiii'MHSth or Coal. Tho shipments
of coal from the mines at Cumberland,
for the week ending July 18, are as fol
lows: rl),7C;i tons, and for the year to
date, 1,-llitVJOl Inns, a deciease of 30,088
tons as compared with the corresjionding
period of last year. Coal was shipped as
follows: To Raltimoiu & Ohio Railroad
and points on line, week, 38,00:2 tons; for
the year, l,0.r3,37'l tons, a decrease from
last vear, 'l!i,G7 1 tons. To Chesapeake &
Ohio Canal for the week, 10,711! tons;
vear. 153,077 tons, an increase over last
vear ol .l,yu ions. 10 I'eiinsyivania
Railroad for the week, 10,3S!I tons; for
the year, 222,8.rS tons, an ineicasu over
last year of OOO tons.
CoAi.RiMKivr.il. Nineteen hoatsloaded
with coal have arrived here since lust le
porl. Minni:iiaiia Loihii: K.wuusion. The
steam packet II. G! Wagner i-inied the
Minnehaha Lodge of Good Temphus up
to Great Falls to-day.
OviatcoMi: iiv tiii: 11i:at. I'eter
Chancy, 78 yeais old, while at work on
Thirty-.'econd street, near Waters' wine
houses, was oveicome by the heat. Ho
was taken to the station-house and eared
for until word could bo sent to his son,
when he was taken to his home on Stod
dard street, near Twenty-seventh street.
A Sinuous Fai.i,. John A. Turner, a
colored man employed at Goodriek's sand
yard to unload sand fiom a boat, acci
dentally fell and broke his right leg be
tween the hip and knee. Dr.Klcinsciimidt
tendered medical aid and had him scut to
tlio Freedni'in'sj Ho-pital iu the police
Tiir.Rivnn's Condition. Tenipeiature
and condition of the water at 7. a in.
Great Falls, teniperatuie, 8 1; condition, 30;
receiving reservoir, tenipeiature, 8(i; con
dition at uoith connection, 30; condition
at south connection, 30; distiibuting reser
voir, temperature, 83; condition at iulluent
gale-house, 30; condition at diluent gate
Oi'iiN Rahs on Sunday. 1 'at rick
Waitmilh, David Nagle, James L. O'Con
nor and Wesley McCollough were arrested
yesteiday for keeping buis open on Sun
day. Twenty-live dollais was left as col
lateral in each case.
Unlawpui. llATiinits. Officers Wright
and Thompson surprised a pattof unlaw
ful bathers at thu old Burnt Uiidge, and
secured seven suits of clothes.
AiutiMTH Yixtk.uday. There were
fomteeu arrests at the Kighth l'reeiuet
Station Yesterday. The sum of 120 was
collcdei) for collaterals.
Till! en In fur Hleoiilnu; (till.
Teenev Dorsev. Marv Lee and Cell a
Johiisouthreu colored girls, weie charged'
ly Policeman . 1. .J.Minlli m the Police
Court this morning wilh being vagrants.
He said lio caught them sitting 011 their
porch at midnight last night. "Is that
ull?" inuujied the Com t. "Yes," icplied
thoollicer. ''Well (ey can go. IVoiilu
havu got lo keep cool some way l)is (jot
weather," and lie plied Ids palm leaf fan
with incicased vigor. Four colored boys
wvra stood HP on llu sauiu ehaige. Ollicer
Varganf arrested tjicm for sleeping out
doors. They wcrealsoieleascd,
I.legaut .Iileyelo SlilrlN,
in while and coloied, at Keep's, -L'tT 7th st.
Tho new perfiitno see beautiful story book at
ding stores freo. Uastman's Aloha Peiiuino.
Mustli's Old StniKl,"
0101) street uorlliwisi, buys gents' second-
tioia u mull attended to,
"Aldernny Dairy AViikoiih."
Presh Aldornoy butter, churned ovcry morn
Ins and delivered In lb m. "Ward" prints, ODo.
perl)). Also cottaKo choose, huttormllk and
sweet milk, r.o, per ol. Cream, I5e. per pint.
nKttKKt.EY la pure.
ursjtpoi nci: ok tiik ii. s. i:i,i;c"ntic
- l.nilllliiU i,u,,
No. will VeauA. Aviinuu.
Wasijinciton, ). c, July 21.
Tho Hoard of Directors of t ho Company would
lospootfully notify tlio puhllo t)iat tlioyhavo
this day perfocted arraiiBoincnts for fii)iilshhig
an Improved Byetcm of aro nnd Incandosocnt
clectrlo llKht, nnd will bo In full operation
within a tow days, enabled tosupply all of tliolr
SAMUKb NOHMIINT, President.
WILLIAM DICKSON, Secretary. jy22-tt
IHNlvIrt flavrriiiimnt Noun.
Hnrniii: tiii: Tiiiai. IIoaiih. Officer
D.m Williams was before the police trial
board this morning charged by F. P.
Hall, n South Washington saloon keener,
with being drunk while on duly. The
officer's friends claim that the charge is
made through malice.
Ruii.m.vaPnintirs. l'eimils to build
have been granted to J. D. Towuly to
erect one dwelling on K, between Twcntv
first and Twenty-second sticels, $1,000; F.
Hotter, erect a store on 1', between First
and North Capitol stieets, $350; W. A.
Coulter, eiect a dwelling in the County.
9L-100; J. J. Shane, cieet a dwelling and
store on Ninth, between II and I, $0,000;
Mary 0. Shea, elect a dwelling and More
corner of Third and L streets, $8,C00.
Mist.u.ani:ou.. Assistant Attorney
for the District, James K. Padgett, has been
granted thirty days' leave of absence by
tlio Commission.- -Kohl. A. Doro re
quests the removal of a telegraph pole op
posite his bay window on G stieet, between
New Jersey avenue and Second stieet.
Win. Myers, a fireman, for being under the
influence, of liquor, lias been found guilty
and will be deprived of his days oil' for
Dentil of TliomiiH A, Kenlt.
Mr. Thomas A. Scott, whose serious
illness has been mentioned in 'I'm: Citmc,
died at an early hour this morning at his
late residence, 'No. (13(5 10 stieet southwest,
iu his forty-fourth year. Mr. Scott en
tered the firm of Reavcns & Shaw, whole
sale Hour merchants, at the comer of
Tenth street and Ohio avenue noithwest,
as a messenger in 18(13. In the course of
twentv-two vears connection with the
above linn, by the faithful discharge of
all duties entrusted to him, ho was from
time to time promoted, and at the time of
his deatli the confidential cleik. He was
of a jovial disposition and had drawn
n round him a large circle of friends. He
lull a victim to the unconquoraiue disease,
consumption, about six years ago, but
had never given up until about live weeks
ago, when he was compelled to take to his
bed, nnd sank rapidly. His death had
been momentarily looked for the past
three or four days, lie leaves a wife and'
two small children to survive him. His
funeral will bo held at his late residence
at 10:30 o'clock Friday morning. The in
terment will take place at Glcnwood
A llmiilHoiiio Iluelllni;.
Dr. F. Howard will erect a handsome
3-story dwelling on Massachusetts avenue,
between Ninth and Tenth streets, at a cost
r-CAl'ITAL PHIZi: J75,000.M
Tickets only i' Hharea in Proportion.
L S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" 'c tlo Itcrctitt cirlifu tlml ue supcrrlec the ar-
ittiuiciiKiitH or nil the Monthly and Stmt-Anmitit
thawing ij The lAftifriuim htutc Ijullrru cAiii
uny, d(( in jimwi iimiimjctimt control the Dnw
ill' thnn-ilrm. ami thai the mmcaie cumlmlnl
lei'li lionCftu,aimres and ta tootl allh touaril all
pailia, ami ire Authorize the Oimkmii'" welhl
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,-
Incorporated in IMS fur'Jj years by the I.egls.
lnturo tor Cdiientionnl nml Charitable pur
poses v. Ith a capital of l,0ii0,(jo)-to which a
reseive funil of oer SVJl.oeO has since been
Hy an overwheliuliiB popuhir vote Its fran
chise was made a part of the piesent Ktuto Con
stitution, adopted lJeccinliur'.', A. 1), 1871).
The only Lottery ever voieu 011 aim cnuorscu
hy the people of any fclntu. It never .scales or
Its (Irand Single .Number Drawing lake
A cplcudlu opimitmilly to win a fortune.
Seventh (Irand Ilrawlus, Class U, In tho Acad
emy of Mimic, New (iileuii. Tue-dny, August
il, iss'so iBoiiiioiuniy uraviiiii:.
Capital Prize, 75,000.
100,000 Tickels at Vise Dulhus IJicli.
Fractions, In Fifths, Iu propoitlon.
LIST OF PUIZFS.
1 CAPITAL PHIZi: 575,000
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upiuziaor M.uon i2,noo
a do '.',oou lo.iKio
10 (10 1,1100 lll.OIK)
JO dp Ml 10,000
100 do '.il 'JO.OOO
:M do KK) :io,ooo
BOO do fiO 'iVHlO
,000 do 2-1 'AWO
U Approximation Prlres of i7Mi 0,750
y do do Mi 1,500
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1,007 Prizes, luuouiitllis to S'iVI.DOO
Application tor rates to clubs should be niado
only to the olllee of tho Company iu New Or
leans. For further Information willo cleaily, kIvIiik
full address. POSTAL NOT1X, Fxpross, Jioney
Orders or New York Fxclmnifo in ordinary
letter, Currency hy Express (all sums of S5
and upwards at our expenso) addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Oilcans, La.
Make P. O. Money Orders payable and ad
dress lteirlstered Letters to
NUW OKLKANS NATIONAL HANK,
NuwOi leans, l.n.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
T?KA1. KBTATK UUI.I.KTIN
TIIOS. E. WAOOASIAN.ai? Fctreet.
(Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
TIIHF.F.-ST0KY DltlCK ANDFItAMK HOUSFS
imist, n w, fh, im nc.tm
.-Jl K st n w, h Ii, in I, iu rs ii.oou
120S Mil st II W. b II, in 1, U rH fi.MJO
sot Cth st n w, hh, m I, His l.ivm
sol Ijth t n w, b h, ui 1, 8 i-s iiOO
:i II st ii yy, b h, iu I, 8 is i Mm
Wl7f.tli St II W, Ij ll, 111 I, Sl-s .,IIH)
Jiio list ii w, hh, in l,srs .i.am
b07NCttlSt II W, Mb, in 1, 10 m HiOO
fi07Nslu w, water, bh, 7 rs 3 L1)0
TWOHTOUY ORIUK ANI1 fllAMK 1IOUBKU
71 1 ami 710 II st ne, bh, m I, Srs $1,000
fj(I.J7tlllt ne, t h.Kts :M)
fill (ith st lie, III. 7 m 2.WI0
:M FCiipstne, ih, 7 is 2,600
lo list no, Ih, (1 rs 2,ooo
'JIG Del uv n e, f li, a is l.Boo
HI to tfl Myrtle st n e, hh, in I, 7 rs 1,700
71, 70, J and bOMyrtluht ne, bh,7rs..., 1,700
fi!) I) sine, 1'h, wafer, (lis l,rvi
820 8th st ne, fh, 7iii i,i(ii)
UNIMPUOVKI) VROl'KUTY FOR HAI.K.
rjouthwciit and Homheast. Per Foot,
11, betDolav imdHt st 7.1c
BwcorDel avandllst 7rxi
Delav, bet 11 and Csts 7,1c
list, bet -IK and Cth sis me
I) st nnd Mil av ww
Mduv. bet 12th and l.'lth ots 45o
Ott.bct Hand I ioo
Istst.bctU and V 4a
(lcortla uv and 17th st :lo
K, bit Mlh and IVth sts 'jo
IIOUSKS FOlt HUNT.
Southwest mid Noilheost.
I Dili st. 11 rn.
Ull) Dili nt, Ilia,.
noo Va nv, 8rs...
1)11 (J fit, 13
jtf C st. 0 rs
UJS VlrKlnla a v, 1 rs
cJ La av n w, store, 1 rs
IU7 La av n w, store, f rs
KHOFst u w, store
ia l'Jth st n w.btoro
... 03 00
,.. . ilOOO
.. 2.1 00
L, bet 12th and lUth sis s o, storo
408 La ii v. 2 narlors. ollicu u oo
408 La av, basomeuf, olllco 30 00
108 La ov, ?d floor, olllee, I rs ao oo
BIS P st. room 1, olllee ao 00
rai F st, 2d Hoor.oiiico moo
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho above Is otily a smnii portion of property
on my books. 1-or full lUt call at olllco for bul
letin issued on let and 15th.
Now York Stock Aliirkot.
Tlio following liavo liceli furnished by .T.
Vaneo l.owls, broker, Boutliwost corner Eighth
mid 1' streets:
NAME. O. 'j35 jl
k U Pn
CM & St Pi
I) I, & W.
o n & ;..
The following nummary Is by 11. K. Plain &
Co., Ht. Cloud blllldlllL', Ninth and F streets:
II. It. Plain & Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes the following oil quotations: Closed yes
terday, 1)1. Opened to-day, DIM; blithest,
1) m lowest. 0 iki 2:25, 1) 1.
Tho following aro tho closing quotations of
tlio Washington stock Exchanito to-day ns fur
nished by Jlcssrs. Towers A Crecn, bankers:
Washington & Georgetown bonds 110
Metropolitan stock 80
Columbia stock 01
North Capitol and 0 street 40M
Washington City HaslhtlitCo 11
neorcetown (InsllRhtCo Uli
FraiiKlIn liiRiiruneo Co 111
National Melropolltim Insurance Co
National Union Insiuaiico Co 17!4
Al'lliiKlon Instliauco Co 130
Columbia Insurance Co 10)6
flerinan-Aincrleun Insurance Co 100
Potomac Insurance Co 47
ltlKgs Insurance Co 0
Hoard of Puhllo Works (Ireen 8s 1)1
Musculo Hall bonds 100
Washington .Market Co. stock 18
" bonds lotl
Inland and Seacoast Co. stock
Washington llrlck Maclilno Co. stock.
Hank of Washington
Hunk of Washington
National JIctrojHilltnn Hank...
N'ntlonnl Hank of tho Koimhllu
Fanners' and 510011811103' National Hank
Clt7ciiH' National Hank
Second National Hank 100
Central National Hank
(Ireat Palls Ieo Co 80
Ileal KstutoTitlo Insurance Co 100
Pennsylvania Telephono Co f2)i
Chesnpeako & Potoinao Telephono Co.... COJs
U. S.LlectrloLlKht Co
llrlck Maohlno, Washington (las, Metiopoll
tan Itailroad and Heal IMatu Title stocks very
MAPK-On Wednesday, 22d Inst., at 12:10
a. in., Sister Faimlo Mape, nt tlio Immaculate
Funeral on '1 hm-Mlav mornlnir, nt t) o'clock,
from tho Immaculate Conception Church,
where u i('iiilutii mass will be celebrated for
thoieposoof her soul. .
Wanti:i)-iiy a iti:si'i:orAiiLF.coi.oiti;i
luiv. n Nlheithin Instnin nx ltnrlcr or in
house; wlllini! lomako himself ccnerally use
ful: lefereucus fuinlshed. Addiess Poller.
12 Hours at the Seashore.
Fare for Round Trip
Spceiiil Train will leave Hixtli-stieet
Stution 10 p. in,, Satuiday, July !!", i cach
ing tlio Scnslioic nt 0 ii. in. Sunday. Ue
luiniuj,', leave Cape May 5 p, in.; Atlantic
City frHO p. m.
Closing Out Remnants
The .Stock must bo Cleanei
inovul, us per examples;
I Up beloie re-
Silk Sctu-rs, VJi l-2c.
One Dollar Scarl's now COc.
Linen Collars, He.
AVliito Vests, largo sizes, fiOe.
liitKM) Pants, COc.
Scorsiickor Goats, COc.
Jean Drawers, i!Cc.
(Jatt.o Shirts, liCc.
Linen Drawers, 1.00, etc.
Balance of the Imitation Seer
sucker Coats and Yosts have
hcen marked down to Sti.CO
ISalhriggan Shirts and Draw
ers, clouded, down .to COc )cr
The SI ones have, been reduced
Ltiundered Shirts for 7Ceaiid
Blue Flannel Norfolk .Jackets,
HEli, TIIE CLOTHIER,
410 Sovonth Streot.
I'On ENOJlAVtD AHP rntNTIID
PBBB'S, 1Q13 I ST.
Plato aud BO Garde, $2 100 Printed Card a,
$1, Opposite Ebuttt Houee.
H)i "II 'It
ji i mi
o. I ii. i.. a.
W SUM B8K H8
1)1 UVH DDK mm
lira i7M wM i:i
r,'l r, .ir.Jd 4r.u
ink .ir.'' .15 ml
115(1 -UK '" 4IM
jolt '2iik 'ivfiZ aroZ
J.'iM U5H 1!5)4 xyi
1012610 25 10U2)61O25
10:10 10 on 10:10 10:15
IO.IO 1U '1216 HMO 10 42W
0 00 0 02k 0(10 O 024
(170 0 70 0O7J6 0 70
0 75 0 7716 0 75 0776
1426 F STREET
all -ts IBx
Vacant Properly. City and
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Ways mid Hours or (let! In;; In mid Out
IMU'AltTUltr. or Itnllruiiil Trillin from
lliiltlinnro A; l'otomno Depot,, Sixth nml
Fur Hoslon1 p. in. (without clinngo of
For New York 12:15, 7:15. 8:30, 9:10
(limited) ami 11 a. in.; 2, 1
nml 10 p. in.
For Philadelphia -7:15, 8::i0,0: lOnnd 1 1 a. in.;
2, 1, 0 and 10 p. in.
For Vnltimorc-a-.b'r), 7:10, 8::), 0:10 anil 11
a.m.; 12.05, 2, I, 4:25, 4:40, Onnd
11 p. in.
For Chicago, Cincinnati and SI. Louis 0:10
a. in. and 7:10 p. in.
For Jtuffalo, JUmira and rarrisburg):lO
a. iu. and 10 p. m.
For Annupolia 0:35 a. in., 12.05 and 4:25
For Pope's Creek Line 7:15 a. in., 4:10
From llalttmoro A- Ohio 11, It. Depot
Corner Now Jormiy Avoiuin nml O
For llaltimorc C, 0:10, 0:10, 7:!:0, 8:!!0 and
10.05a. in.; 12:10, 1:25,3:15, UsSO,
I :ao, -1:10, 6: 10, 1): 10, 7, 8:25 nml 11
For Annapolis (1:10 (Sundays 8:!!0) a. in.:
12:10 and 1:0 p.m.
For Point of Hocks. Frederick -7:25 a. in.;
'4:10 and 11:10 p.m.
For Harper's Ferry and Khcnundoah Valley
n:w iiiui i;z; a. in., o:.;u nun
0:10 p. in.
Far Gaithcrshurij'iiXt, 8:10 ami 0:25 a.
iu.; 12:30, 4:10, 5:30, 9:10 and
11:10 p. iu
foxnressl il-Mit a. m
For Cincinnati, Louisrillcundtit. J.vuis 3:30
uiui iu:iup. iu
From Alexandria & Fredericksburg, mid
Alexandria A- Washington It. It., Sixth
nml II S tree Is, lliilllnioro .V Potomac
For Alej-audria-ti, 7, ll.iB, 11:01, 11:35 a. m.;
2.05, .:'J0, 4:15, (1:25, 8.05 ami
U:!!7 p. in.
For llichmond ana the South 0 mid 11:01 a.
in., and -1:15 . in.
From ChCHupeiilco A- Ohio Jl. It., Sixth
mid It Slieets, llnltlinoi-o A- Potomac
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and South 11:15
ii. in. nml 5: 15 p. in.
For Fort Monroe, Newport News and Norfolk
11 ii. in.
From Washington, Ohio A- Western It.
It., Sixth and 11 Streets, llaltiiuoro A
For Alexandria, Lcesbmg and Hound Hill
Da. in. nml -1:25 p. in.
AKKIVAIi or Trains at llaltiiuoro &
I'otomau Depot by llnlllmoio A- Polo
nine 11, Jt,
irooi Boston 2:15 n. in.
From New York and Philadelphia 5:25,8.05
ami liKKla, in,; 1:40, -:lu, -i.Uj,
7:10 and 10:10 p. m.
From Ualtimorc-QM, 8,oI, 8:10, 8:50, 9.25
nnd 10:C0ii.in,: 1:10, 2:15, 4:05,
6:50, 7:10, 8 nnd 10:10 n. in.
From Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati
0:30 and 0,25 n. in.; 6:50 and 8
Fiom Annapolis 8:10 a. in,; 2:15 nnd 5:50
Fiom Jliiffalo, JUmira and llarrisburg'JM!
a. iu. niui a p. iu.
Ily Alexandria A' l-'ieilurleksliurg, mid
Alexandria Ai Washington It. It.
From Alexandria 12:10, 0.05, 8, 10, 10:10, n.
iu.; 1, 3.05, 3:23, 5:10, 7:05 mid
ii:) p. in.
Mount Vernon and Marshall Hall.
Seventh Street Wharf (steamer CorcornnV
I.eavesnt 10 a, in. dully. Arrive
4 p. 111.
Lower Cedar Point.
Steamer Armenia henyes at 0 u. ui dally,
Chapel Point (Potomac Itlvor).
Steamer George Law Leaves nt 8:15 a. in.,
Bunday, Monday, Wednesday
nnd Saturday nrriVfiU:30p.in,
Steamer Mary Washington l.envesatOn.in,,
BatuidayH, returning nt 0 p. in.
81 1 HBVKNTH HT1IKUT.
The Largest Stock of Millinery and
Fanoy Goods and Visiles In the oily.
IE. O-. IDj-VIS,
Black Dross Goods, Embroideries,
Lacos and Trimmings.
710 MAltKET HPAOK, WAHIIINOTON, 1). 0,
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
Pull Stock ot sun Umbrollas mid Parasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
Ulley Iliillilluir. for, Ulli nml K Nt. n. w
Ladlos' Tailor and Habiimakor,
730 Seventeenth St. N. W.
BOOTS AMD SHOE
OnePrice Shoo Store.
A. L. HAZELTON,
Under Odd. Fellows' nail.
E, 0, 1) urt'8 Pino Btiooa for ladles a epeclulty,
I' or Jlaricrstotvnir.'.'iO p. in.
For ClmayolO a. in., 10:10 p. in
For Pittsburg 40 n. in., 0:10 p. in
for lcw Ui leans
-fco Heal DEs-fcra,-fc H-rv
- axLoIb - es.
Sold and Rented.
Snbnrban, Bongbt anil W,
Mackinaw Straw Hats
Tho colobratod MACKINAW STRAW HATH
OUNLAP & CO. of New York
Poarl and Dob color, Dress and Derby liata
In all elmpee, at
WILLETT & RUOFF'S,
Bolfl Agouts Tor Diitilap's Now York llats,
005 PDNNBYLVANIA AVKNUD.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
lltMY AMI) NAVY HEADQUARTERS,
tour Iron Tiro Escapes.
rERMS-$3.00 and $4.00 for Day,
, , P.UItOPlIAN PLAN.
Pcimsvlvanl.i avenue, near Fourteenth .streot.
Sieelal rates for KummerMontlis.
P LINTON ItOUSi:, 7TH AND I ST.S.
v n w; nrsi-eiass tnlilo bonul nnd lariio
rooms at lcasonabloiates: location
w.m. u. WAVl.oil'rojirlctor,
CT. ilAAIKS' IIOTKL,
Hlxth street and Pennsylvania avenue.
1323 F Street N. W Odd. the Ebbltt.
WAS1IINC1TON, D. V.
(The Olarendon, Haratoga BprliiKS, N. V.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisiona and
to Droit lliillillng, 8th nml PSIs.
I.nrgo ami Hmull Quantltlca. Strictly ou
Commission. Prlvato Wires. Constant Quo
tations, Olllee open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
J. EDWARD GOVE & CO.,
1331 r .Struct N. AV., WimhliiBtoii, I). O.,
Bankers and Brokers.
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum
In Fractional Lots on One nor
Cent, or moro Marrjln.
StoehH, 10 to noo Sharus.
Grain, 1,000111110,000 llushuls.
turd, HO to fiO!) Tlurve.
l'oilt, 50 to nt) llarruls.
No Interest chaiKcd for earrj hit;. Constnnt
QuotatlonH. Hliot cash settlements.
This Is tho vest wr.y to deal In thoahovo
oi tides on u limited amount of capital. JyU-tf
TOWERS & GREEN,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Norllives,t,
Transact a General Banking Business.
Deposits Subject to Oeck.
tipeclnl attontlou Riven to Uopartmontul nnd
other Collections : liny nnd Hell 11, H. Hands
nnd all District Becurlttos. Wo luena
Drafts and Circular Lotto rs of Credit
on Europo and tho East.
B. K. PLAIN & GO., Brokers
Grain, Provisions, Poiroloum,
St. Cloud Building, Ninth anil F Ota.
WASHINGTON, I). 0.
National UnnU ot llio lie.
Ohlcafro Oorrospnndonta MII.MING,
oi An uu,
Constant qtiotatlnnB ot tho Ohtcngo and New
York MarUeta from direct prlvato wlroe.
P. U. LILLUY.
T. A. pifNDlfJ.
P. B. LiUey & Oo.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bonds', Grain, Provisions
1427 V BTKUET N. W., WABIIINQTON, D. 0.
DitANOn OFriou l s. Uolliday Ht uaitlmoro