OCR Interpretation


The Washington critic. (Washington, D.C.) 1885-1888, July 27, 1885, Image 4

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82000205/1885-07-27/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

' N
.
'HIE WASHINGTON CRITIC, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 37, 1835-
ft
ivi:.vrm;n indic.ytionn.
Tor lliomtitilto Atlantic Blotrs occnslonnl
locnl ruins, followed by fnlr weather: brink
northeasterly winds hccomlmr vntlublej
BllKht riio In tcuiporutiirn.
lor Tuesday warmer. Kcticinlty fnlr
weather la Indleatod for New IhiKhiud ntnl
tho middle .Atlnnlh'HriileB.
o-
Jlofrl Olrccliiij.
L'bbllt Homo, corner 1 llli ntul F btreeK
Si. James Hotel. Ctli Bt. nml I'cniia. ore.
llnrrli House, l'riinn. nvc, near HthM.
Clinton Home, 7th ntnl I streets.
Lojckiim, 1823 F flrect norlhuoM,
-o-
Tlir. UOIIKTN.
Police Col'iiT JikIko Snell -Henry Tnvlor,
carrying n ulstnl: L1) or llilrty dnjs. Mnry
-Morliirty mid Murln Murine, viwriiuts: ninety
dnj b i-nch. Allco Campbell, lottil mid bolslor
otis; J5 or fifteen dnj. AiikusIih Wllllnms
nndOscnr Lco.dlsturbliiff the quiet of West
J; nsliliiKlon: $."i or seven tlnys raeh. Thomas
Jlnlone. iirofiinlly: eollnteral fotfelted. .Ins.
-McQuillan, do., do. Wllllnm llonu, wnallnit
l'otonuiu wntcr; $! or llfteen days. Prank
(luliol, inofaiiity, collutcinl lorfoltuil, Laura
Look, loud and bolstcioiis; $5 or llftccn days.
an ni.Mi;.Ni: ilxciuimion.
CJrcnt Miici'cmm or llio CliiMip 'Irlp fo
III Nouiliore.
Tlio excursion rIvou by the Pennsyl
vania Itailruiiil Company from this city
to Capo ilay ami Atlanllc City, which
left the Haltitnoro & J'olotuno station
Saturday nllit, wns undoubtedly the
largest excursion ol tlio season, 1,U3G
tlokcts bciiu; sold by 1 o'clock Saturday
afternoon, when tlio sale of tickets was
stopped. Tliu train, which comprised
twenty-seven cars, was drawn out of
tho depot in three sections, the drat
leaving at 10 o'clock, and wan shottly
afterward followed by the other two.
Each ticket entitled tho holder to tiEeal
In thu ears, and each car, wlion It took
Its depaitiuo, was tilled with sweltering
humanity.
In Ihltlmote twenty-seven additional
carp, each full of excursionists, wero
added to the ttaln, inorcaslnj; the num
ber of eats to IHly.four and thu passen
ger list to '.1,072. The majoiityof tho
excursionists preferred Atlantic City,
and fully two-thirds went to Unit place.
Tho excursionists arrived homo tills
morning at i! o'clock. Thu train win
detained at Camden, N. .1. three bouts
mid ouu hour at Haltituoie.
On the letiirn trip two men wcio
killed by tho train ; a colotcd man,
who was walking on tho track near
"Wilson's Station," was struck and in
stantly killed; a whito man was urn
over at Camden. Thn excursion was a
decided success In every way and It Is
probable that It will bu tepeatcd next
Saturday.
A JIHorco driuileil.
Justice llagucr to-day granted 13ullo
V. Bogss a divoieo fiom llobett AV.
Bosg, and gavo her tliu custody of the
children and iicrniNsloii to luittuio her
maiden uaiuo of Hello V. Chase. The
bill was lllcd by Jlr. John A. Clatke aa
solicitor. Tlioy wetc married Juno 12,
1872, in tliis city, and she charges him
In August, 1851, wllh committing adul
tery with Ida II tiikncr In Adams ex
press alley, and on March Ul, 1883, with
another party at No. 1220 C street
not Unrest, a house l.ept by Jennie
Hiss.
A Clue lu (ho Mel'oriiilelt Kolitiory
While Thomas Goodall, a gardener,
was at work watering the shrubs and
plants on tlio wall, between Four-auil-alialf
and Sixth sti eels and Maine and
Mlssouii iivoiiiics southwest on Salttr
day nftuinoou, be found tlio lion box
which contained tho bonds which wore
stolen from tho safe of M. G. MeCor
mlck, the saloon-keeper, a short time
ago. Tlio box which bad been shat
tered was turned over to Olllccr Lamb
at tho Unltlitioio & Potomac depot.
IVo clue of the thieves has its yet been
obtained.
The i:ll(urN n( I.urny.
Thioiieji the courtesy of tho Haiti
more & Ohio and the Shenandoah Valley
railroads tlio Mexican editors wcie taken
to tho Luray Caverns on Saturday ntul
handsomely entertained. About 100
members of the Mercantile Association
of Baltimore and a few press loprescnta
tlves from Washington accompanied
tho party. The party icturned to Wash
ington about 0 o'clock In the evening
nuil were driven to tho Ualthnoro &
Potomac station, where they embarked
for Crcsson, Pa.
o
LOCAL IlItllU'B.
Jj:uemiah OVBiukn of 101 I) slieet
was found dead In bed this morning.
An aoi:d wldtc woman named Mrs.
Mary "Walker was found dead yester
day. The Coroner gave ti cei tillcato of
congestion of the lungs.
JiAiiiiMoiiAN died yesterday at the
residence of his father, 1017 Tenth
street. Tho funeral will take place this
afternoon from hi? father's house.
Tju: ladies of the Illllmau House gavo
an entertainment Saturday evening to
the niembeis of Truck A for their uni
form kindness on many occasions.
Joski'ii Shilling, Henry Wills,
Fiank Ucacon, Milton Hilton, Wise
well AVheoler nml Joseph llolliiliaii, for
bathing In thu I 'otomac.nl Glcsboro1 In
the daytime, wero fined $1 each by
Judge Snell to-day.
Thojiah iIhailok, tlio coloicd man
who murdeied Samuel Johnson, an
other coloii'd cmployo at Dtoney's
garbage depot at Four-Mile Jttui Satur
day, has Htirrendeied hhmelf to tho
Alexandria atillioiltles.
A iiox of mutches in tho window of
Koosc's cigar Etore, at Fifteenth and F
streets, was Ignited yestctdiy -afternoon
by tho sun shining through tho
windows. A policeman broke open tho
uoor anu cxttnguisnou tne names.
A coi.ouki) man named Holland was
seriously Injured Saturday by being
struck' by a train on tho Italiimoio &
l'otomac Uallroau, near Wilson's Sta
tion. Ho was brought to this city and
taken to Providence Hospital. One of
IiIh arms Is so badly mnugled that it
win prouauly bo amputated,
CITY JIAMj KUTKH.
Mr. Henry Clay Stewart, jr has
been appointed n notary for thi3 Dis
trict. In granting Laura Virchiia Goilov
divorce from William II. Godey, Justlco
Ilagnur gives her tho custody of the
clilld, W per monlli alimony for her
self, nnd $lfi for the support of the
Cllllll.
Marriage licenses havu been Issued as
follows: Uonjnmin F. Hughes. and
Itouccca Thompson, both of Aloxan
dria, Va. John Lynch and Bridget
Donnelly, iym. w. wiinooi rrinco
Goorgo County, Md,, and Hollo Cha
noy of Howard County, Md. C. II,
JtatclMb and Molllo A. Coates. II. 11.
Camden nnd WIIHo T. Campbell, both
of Lowesvilie, Va, D411I0I Smith and
JkJloTrtlili.
TllltlX II NE U ATTIC II I EN.
Tlio i:iUltiicnt lVllh Which llic
NntlonnlN Will I'lnlnli llio HenNon,
Tho pitcher whom Tjiij Ciutic Mild
several days ago tho National matin
gets wero trying to Hccure, Is O'Day,
late of the Pittsburg1". Ho Is a better
pitcher than Gngiu ever thought of
being, nnd should be a gicatnddlllou to
tlio club, with llarr, O'Day and Powell,
ntul Cook, Fulmer and Trolt, tho Nn
tlonal Club has llircu line battel les.
There is no reason why thu club should
lose another gntllo this season.
It will bo (ptlto a treat to ecu Trolt
playing nt homo again. Ho Is a very
plucky catehor, and always willing to
work.
A good many Washington baseball
players, who hao gone away from
homo hnvo grown large, atnutig them
are Snyder, Trott, Illncs. llarr nnd
others. Joo Gerhaidt Is still as lean as
a greyhound, but makes up in playing
what ho lacks In Jlcsti. Joo h tho pet
of tho Now Yorks, and Is playing
better ball than ever before In hU life.
Plenty of baseball this week, six
games If It docs not rain, and you may
set them down nB six victories.
Dick Furtncr's pools ale one of the
Ilxcd Institutions of the town.
AUnntlc.
A single shell was moving slowly up
tho liver on Friday night, when sud
denly 0110 oar went up and tho other
down. Tho shell locked from sidu to
side, then turned over. A pair of leg?,
Incased In blue trunks, wavrd for an
instant In tho air and then dlsapjieaied
beneath tlio placid waters of thu Poto
mac. A young lady In a plcastuo boat
set up n shrill scream. Two oarsmen
from tho Columbia liouso rowed over to
the scene, but tho muddy wntcr failed
to show a tiace. All wero horror
struck, nnd inquiries Hew nround
among tlio boats fast and furious. In a
moment a hend nppuntcd nbovo the
water, was seized by the hair, and the
owner dragged Into a boat. It was
Tom Stewart of the Wasliingtons. He
lay for an Instant panting in tlio bot
tom of tho boat, and then looking up,
lie asked anxiously, "Did I Up over?"
"Oil, no," said the Coluinbias, "you
did not lip over; tho boat simply went
from under you." "Thank' hcavrn it
was no worse," fald Slewait; "it wns
my first venture in a single, and 1 ex
pected that oviry second would bo my
next." Joint Kennedy h putting single
outriggers on tlio bargo for Stewait's
express benetlt.
Uob Wade is going in heavy for tho
junior single In the Potomac legatta.
Ho Is out twleo a da now, morning
and evening, nnd if any one thinks ho Is
not rowing fir-t, they had better take a
lleld-glas? and go up the tow-path some
mottling. Hrewslcris evidently going
in for the race, too, but barring accl-
ueiit, wane win nu a suto winner.
Hob Hollzmau's iwslstant, Jack, will
cuter lor llic junior singles, and n now
practicing dally. He is a powerful fel
low and Is lapldly getting into form.
Tho ntilhoiiilcs should immediately
stop tho pistol practicing indulged in
eacli night 011 and around tho river.
Saturday-evening a parly at Passuuo's
lloat, Georgetown, tired witli a illlu at
objects in tho tlver lor over an hour.
During this time boats were continually
passing and repassing, and it was noth
ing but sheer luck that no one was hurt.
It 13 customary for parties going up tliu
rircr lo take levolvers with them, and,
nf tor landing, lire nt marks In tho water.
In Urine; at the water thu bullet often
glances oil'. A few nights ago a gen
tleman, well Known in aquatic circle ',
narrowly escaped belnc shot. If the
authorities do not take this matter in
hand at ouco a tcrriblo accident will
surely result.
Soino of the new 111011 of tho Wasbititr-
tons will mako tlrst-class oarsmen.
Charley Chapman has learned to handle
a sweep very quickly. Ho will make a
good light-weight. Hager, Pientlss and
Johnson nio nil exceptionally good men,
anu, oust 01 nil, ntn juniors. Tliu liiht
three, with Stewart, would mako a irreat
junior cicw and 0110 haid to beat.
Tho legatta committee of tho Old
Point regatta has placed the senior irlc
and senior shell races next to each other
as tho opening crcntsof tho llrftday,
Most of tho crews enteiod lit tho 0110
will row in tliu oilier, and some arrange
ment should be made to scpnintu them.
Tho "Fieiicbmnu" camo near 1 nu
lling a Columbia four down Saturday
night. Tho trip with tlio Mexican
visitors was too much for blni Friday
night.
It. L. Downing of tho Columblas has
offered, through Ills manager, to play,
for tlio benelltof tlio Washington Club
during his August engagement here.
' o
A Narrow Ertcniio.
Four young men narrowly escaped
yesterday afternoon oil' Glcsboro point
dining the storm. The young gentle
men wcio out hi a sailboat, which
was capsized by tlio wind. All wero
precipitated Into tho water In danger
ous proximity to an approaching ferry
boat. Tho wholo party succeeded in
swimming to Ghoro In Fafety.
0
No JlmiKor of Cliolcrn.
Health Olllccr Townshond stated to
a CiiiTio reporter to-day that ho
thought tho chances of Asiatic cholera
reaching our shores liavo materially di
minished. Ho said that It might reach
some of, tho EoaeoTit towns, hut on ac
count of tho advanced stage of tlio
season it could do comparatively llttlo
harm.
0
Wi:tT WASHINGTON.
St. John's and Chiubt Cjiuuciikb.
Owing to an arrangement mado by
the respcotlvo parties, tho conjoint
services of S. John's and Christ
churches will coninionco next Sun
day at St. John'?, Itsv. Albert It.
Stuaitolllclating, and will bo continued
through tho mouth of August. Sunday
week tho services will bo held at the
Seminary Hall, which Is used by the
congregation of Christ Church.
CoAii Cahkiei). Nliiety.cight load
ed boats left Cumberland for this placo
during tho weeks ending July 25, car
rying 10,102 tons of coal, making a to
tal for tho season of 1(15,083 tons.
CoATi Hkceived. Twonly - seven
boats loaded with coal have arrived
since last report,
DANOKitouBr.Y Ii.ii. Mr. George
A. Paul Is considered dangerously HI
and Is not expected lo llvo through tho
day.
AssAWra) Without Invoca
tion. About 11 o'clock Saturday night
Sldnoy Turner, a young colorod man,
about twonty years of age, struck M.
Uluinonthal, who keops a clothing storo
near tho market, without any provoca
tion, hutting I1I111 vory badly. Turner
was arrested and locked up by Olllccr
Marlon Fisher.
AltHY AN NAVY.
First Lieutenant James N. Allison,
Second Cavalry, Is acting Inspector of
rlllo practice of tho Department of tho
Columbia.
Mnjoi-Gcucral Pope, commanding tho
Division of tho Paclllc, Is exercising
command of tho Department of the
Columbia until the arrival of General
Gibbon.
Captain Jacob 11. Smith, Nineteenth
Infantry, Is president, nnd First Lieu
tenant Clmrles M. Hall, adjutant, Nlttc
tcGiitli Iufnntrv. ittdne-ndvocnto of a
court consoncd'lnstwcckat Fort Clark,
Texns,
Llciitonant-Colouel David It. Clon
deiiln, Third Cavahy, nnd First Lieu
tenant Fiank II. Ilaidic, quartermaster,
Third Cavalry, 1110 lespecllvcly presi
dent nnd jtidge-advocato of a court-martial
which convened last Friday at Fort
Bavl?, Texas.
Colonel John P. Hatch, Second Cav
alry; Major John W. Williams, sur
geon; First Lieutenant Daniel C. Pent
son, quartermaster, Second Cavalry,
and Lieutenant Frederick D. Holton,
Second Cavalry, convened at Foit
Walln Walla, Washington Tenltory,
last Monday ns n boanl to exnnilno ami
report upon tho sources of tlio water
supply of that post.
General Stanley announces In a cir
cular that 70 desertions occurred dur
ing tho quarter utidlng Juno IIO. I10111
tho troops hi tho Department of Toxns.
Of these .11 wero from tho Third Cav
alry, 15 from tho Eighth Cavalry, 17
from tho Sixtccntli Infantry and 12
from tlio Nineteenth Infantry. None
wcio In tho bands of tho several regi
ments", or troops C, 11 nnd L, Third
Uavnlry; ttoops 1), C, and 1 Eighth
Cavalry; light battery F, Third Artill
ery; companies II, D, E, F nnd G, Six
teenth Infantry, and companies A, 1!,
E, G and II, Nineteenth lnfantiy. The
greatest number ocuurrlnc in 0110 com
mand wus in troop D.TIihd Cavalry
(Captain Albert D. King) nt FortDnvIs,
commanded byFltst Lieutenant George
A. Dodd.
Mtijors Bennett A. Clements, John
son V. D. Middluton ami Passmoro
Mlddleton, surgeon', hnvo been de
tailed at Foit Leavenworth, to cxamlno
Private John Moser, General Service,
for hospital stowatd.
Chaplain Henry V. Plummcr, Ninth
Cavalry, has been relieved from duty
at Fort Itlley, Katun, and ordend to
report to General Howard at Omaha.
Major Charles C. Uason, Twenty
foui th Infantry, is president, and Fhst
Lieutenant Mortir C. Wessell?, Twenty
fourth Infantry, judge-advocalo, of 11
court to couvenu to-morrow at Foil
Elliott, Texas.
The lino of troops stationed at the
wells and springs alonir the Arizona
bolder are all fiom tlic Fourth Caalry
and tho Indian n:outs. as follows:
Troop A, Captain Allen Smith, Silver
Creek; 1J, Captuln llonry W. Liwlon,
Long Mountain ; D, Captuln Charles
A. P. llatllcld, Copper Canon ; E,
Captain Henry Sweeny, Mud Springs;
G, Captain William A. Thompson
Skeleton Canon ; II, Caplain John W.
Martin, Guadalupe Canon ; 1, Captain
Abrnni E. Wood, camp in llisbco
Canon, andK, Captain James II. D.ust,
at San IJcrnnrdino. Lieutenant W. W.
11. Fisher, assistant surgeon, Is with
the troops at Silver Crcuk and Sin Bar
uardiuo and Acting Assistant Surgeon
Charles Anderson at Skeleton Cmoti.
Captain William G. Wedemeyer, Six
tecnlli Infantry, was in Chicago last
Friday from his home at Wateitown,
IVi?., wht'io ho is on leavu until Octo
ber. The Waehitsitt, which is now at Pan
ama, Ii:h Ijocii ordered lo the Mate
Island Navy-Yatd to be put out of
commission.
Lieutenant Geotgo W. Kingsbury,
Twelfth Infantry, who lias leeeutly
been nt Clifton Springs, N. Y.,011 leave,
has gouu to the Miiincota Lakes.
First Lieutenant Medoioui Crawford,
jr., Second Artillery, arrived nt Atlanta
last Thursday from Foit Barrancas,
Fla., lo secure (ptatters for batteries II
and II for n summer camp there.
Miss Nellio Kobinson, tho little
daughter of Lieutenant William W.
Robinson, regimental quartermaster
Seventh Cavalry, has icturned to Fort
Mendc, Dakota, from Wisconsin, nnd
has with her for the summer her two
cousins.
First Lieutenant Charles M. O'Con
nor, Eighth Cavalry, who Is on leave
from Fort. Brown, Texas, has been
granted six days' extension of leave.
General Charles McDougall, lieuten
ant colonel, retired, died Saturday at
Betryville, near Harper's Ferry, wheic
ho had gone recently from Fort Mon
roe. Ho was born In Ohio In 1S07, but
was raised in Indiana, from which State
ho entered tho scrvlco In July, 1832, as
an assistant surgeon, becoming major
and sutgeni) In July, 18:18, whilo on
duty in Florida. Ho served through
the Florida, Scminolo and Mexican
wars and during tho Rebellion, and
was brovettcd colonel in lSfll, and btlg-adlcr-gcneral
in 18(15. Hu was made
lieutenant colonel and medical purveyor
in July, 18GS, and rethed in 1S09 for
age, since which timo he has resided in
Georgetown and this city. One of his
daughters was married to tho late Major
John Adams, nnd another is the wife of
Major Lawrence S. Babbitt of tho Ord
nance Corps. His only son is Captain
Thomas M. McDougall, Seventh Cav
alry, who Is now with lils troop at Fort
Yates, Dakota. Ho was a bi other of
(ho lato Rear Admiral McDougall, U.S.
Navy. Tlio lnmains will bo biought
hero for burial.
j:ant wanhinuton.
Toii'jihanci: Tho regular Sunday
afternoon temperance meeting was
held yesterday nfiernoon nt tho Sea
men's Bethel Retreat, Mr. Andrew
Kalstrom of tho Good Templars presid
ing. Addtesses wero madu by Chap
lain Kramer, A. Kalstrom and John W.
Thompson.
Tin: DiBi'UNHAHY. TheEust Wash
ington Free Dispensary will probably
bo rovlvcd In about n month. Dr. Her
bort, who was chlof of thu medical stall',
has been vory active In making ar
rangements to reopen It. It will prob
ably occupy tho same quarters.
Nor Patriotic Tho lhg In tho
Navy-Yard nnd all thoso on board the
ships stationed there yet remain nt full
mast.
Pkhhonai.. Mr. Augustus Kahlcrt
pt East Washington will leavofor Capo
May In a few days, whoro ho will stay
forono month.
Tlio lrcMliloiit'N Unit.
Secretary "Whitney: "Mr. President, you
seem to bo having bad luck. Did you spit
on your bait?"
President Cleveland: "Do you thnk I am
biich a fool as to waste cotton on tho Fo
toinao black buss? 'tw over (lint bottlo of
bull "
THE WICHTIBIIN UNION MUST VXY.
J, II. MnoilHPlHIctMnVcrillct Against
tho COinimny for 824(,in!).ll.
A judgment hn been entered In the
Supremo Court in New Yoik in favor of
Jnnies II, Good-ell and ngninst tlio West
ern Union Telegraph Company for 210,
1C0.11. Mr. Gootl'cll, as president of the
National Associated Press, mado a eon
trait in January, 1831, with the Atlantic
&J Pacific Telegraph Company for dis
ccmination of news collected by him and
in his mtcicst. The contract went into ef
fect on February 1, 1881. and two days
Inter the Atlantic 1 Pacific paused into the
hand? of the Western Union, wlilrlt as
sumed to Cany out all its contracts.
uoociscil, 111 Miiy, roo, claiming nun
the Western Union had collected money
from ncwBpapcii) for liU Bcivice, mid that
it had failed to account lo him, lirotiLdit
suit in tho Superior Court to recover llic
balance duo I11111 to the amount ol 212,
000. Tho Western Union Company had
also proposed that the contract Bhotild be
changed, but Mr. Goodscll Insisted upon
ncliiiguiulcr Unoriginal contract. Finally
tlio Western Union stopped Iticir service,
linvine insistid upon the payment of
gt cater rates, which Mr. GooiUcIl refused
to pay, and he thereupon brought biiit
for a breach of contract, claiming &550,000
rinmngc.4 beside the $2'2,000 for a balance
due.
The Western Union set up that the con
tract was invalid and fraudulent; that
there was no such thing as the National
Ansociated Pre; that the Atlantic & Pa
cific Company had noiioticcof the fact and
that a new arrangement was iado nnd
carried out until Goodscll abandoned the
work. They put in a counter-claim of
$15,000 for service. Jnmca C. Spencer
was appointed lelei ec tu try tlio case ny
Judge Freeman. Ho lcported yesterday
in favor of Goodscll, holding that the con
tract was valid and that the plninliir had
never agreed to change it. lie held that
there was a bal.mco duo Mr. Goodscll on
account of money collected by the Western
Union for $10,777.-12, and that ho in en
titled to damages to the extent of
2i!0,30ti.
o
south wahiunuton.
A Sudden Dkath. An unknown
colored man, who wir a passenger on
the ferry boat City of Washington
which arrived In IhU city on the 2
o'clock trip ycsteiday afternoon, was
taken suddenly III on 11u.it u. ilie
police patrol wagon was summoned
upon thu arrival of tho boat and tho
man wn removed to Provlibmco Hos
pital wheio he expired a few minutes
after his arrival. Tlio lU'censed wn3
evidently n stranger, as no one seemed
to know him, nor was lliore anything
on him that would lead to his identity.
SucCKSSKUli TH1VE3. Nancy Lee,
a colored woman residing at No. -ID!)
K street southwest, tepoited at t tic
police station this moiulng that during
a temporary nbsenco from her house
yesterday, sotno thieves cntcicd and
stole fiom the tnautlo plcco ono silver
wa'cb, a gold ring, and a gold medal
attached to a ribbon. Total value, $:i().
A $100 Fjjie. A the occtnied hi the
unoccupied house of Simon Stein, 30.1
Four-and-a-half street, about 0 o'clock
this morning. Damage, 100. The lire
Is supposed lo have been the woikof
mischievous bois with matchec.
Tho California. TVI110 Crop.
A iircliminary estimate of the wine ciop
ofCaliforniafictsthc ligmcb at 15,000,000
gnllont. This is the tamo as last ycar'b
product, which it was expected Mould be
exceeded by 5,000,000, owing; to the in
creased ncrcago of bearing vines. Tlio
cold siiinp, however, blood in tho way of
realizing these expectation and the vlti
culturists aro consoling llicmsclvcs with
the argument that tho inatkct of tupply
willnotbcsmfcited. Wliilo the ipiantity
ofwino lias not increased, it is tuged
every whero that the quality has .ccitainly
improved, this improvement being duo to
tho blow ripening of llio bciries and the
greater care taken in the selection of good
varieties of grapes. Tlio piobabiliticsnic
that there will bo much more icd (ban
white wine, tho speedy bearing of llioZiu
fandcl grapes and tho blow mnturingor the
RicbliiiL' varieties being ru-nousiblo for
this. A largo amount of port wine will bo
made, increased attention will be given to
brandy making, blending is to bo largely
practiced at home, wine ccllarti mo being
constructed all oyer the Stale, ami a deter
mined attempt U lo bo made to captiuc
the Eablcrn and French markets. San
Fianciseo Cluouiclc.
Tho "Viiapery of llio Pennr-vlvanla
Railrr ml ticket olllco, corner of Thir
teenth street and tho Avenue, is of tlio
inoct tasteful chaiiiclcr and attracts
general attention.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
T?FAI. KSTATI'. IIIILI.IVI'IN
TH03. i:. WAO(!AMAN,'.U7Kslicet.
(ChniiKea nuulu Wednekdays and iiaturdiiyb.)
THUK15ST0HY 11IUCK ANDFItAMi: HOUS1CS
l-'OKSAbli.
Nortliucst.
ni'ij K H 11 w, li li, in i, IS rs gll.non
1721 I bt 11 w, b li, m I, 17 rs so.ow
JiOl bt 11 w, lib, in 1,'i'irs 'iiMl
K bt, lict 1 ltli mid loth 6ts, behool build-
ins 25,000
012 1 tt 11 w, I) li, m I. '."J ra 1H,'J78
!KHi M bt 11 w, b li, m 1, 13 rs 17..VKJ
lni'J Vt uvo 11 w, li ll. in i, VJ ti 1Ci,HK)
70'J (J bt 11 w, li li, in 1, 15 ih 1 .voni)
M5 11th bt 11 w, b li, 111 1, 10 rs ia,.r)00
811 O bt 11 w, li li, ill I, 17 rs 13,517
TWOWORY llllIOIC AND VltAMK iioubeh
FOH WALK.
1737 VtftVllW, l,li,7lS 85,010
l('.i; Lfct 11 w, I li, li rs.aiKl lioiueblu rear... fi.oiK)
'Jiao.lillBnnd'JlBOKhtiiw. bli, Irs .1,000
llJ'J, 1131, 1133 and lia'i'JItli St, b ll, 1 IB., 5,000
122 IJ bt 11 w, li li, inl.7 rs 1,700
1153 and lirAaith bt 11 w, lib, water, 5rs i.aw
15)1 and 1530 stli bt 11 w, bli, in 1,0 is l.ino
9J1 nml 1)23 until bt 11 w.fh, run a.ooo
2118, -Jiao and 2122 T bt 11 w, b li, m 1, 0 rs. :i,(xw
1U21 1 bt 11 w, b li, m 1, 8 rs 2,000
UNIHPHOVED t'JIOl'KHTY FOIl HA1.K.
Nortlicnbt, I'er l-'oot.
H o cor lOtli nnd 0 bts L'.'c
H wcor ltlinud libts jxs
lOtliBt.botllandObts 20o
1, st, bet 3d and llh bts lbu
Utli bt, bet c! nnd I) bts 17o
Itli bt, bet K nnd I, Ms 17u
Cor Itli ami Ij bts 1 lo
Corilli midJIsts tic
Cor Itli mid I Ms 1 In
Cor 3d oud I Ms lie
IIOUSKSl-'OKUKNT.
Northwcbt.
212-2 KM, 7rb J13IK)
1211T61, 8rs 25 10
031 NYav, 7 rs 2100
1300'1'bt, 7rs 21 00
1C30N JliV, Hrs 25 00
71519IIibt,2M 25 00
2.113 II St, 0 rs 2.100
1811 12th M, 111 1, 0 rs 2.1 no
23)7 11th bt, 111 IS 2.100
13151bt,8rs 23 00
1315 Vht, Ors , 22 60
A13 nnd Msiibt, Or !.,,, 20 ;
1707 nnd 1711 bill M, Ors. .7 20 00
52020th Bt, 0 rs 20 00
1829 12th st, 7 rs 20 00
aKOrtQETOWN l'JtOl'lIHTY FOH KENT.
11.1 High st, in 1.18 rs 8.V) 00
lo,)auiia 17 Seminary llulldliu: 31 00
Uoomsl,2mid3Hcinliinryllulldlni; 2.1 00
Hooins 1 mid 5, b'cmtiinry JJulKllnir 10 00
JtoomlS.BomliinryllulldbiB 10 00
LOANS
In Mims lo Mill nt 0 per cent,
Tlio nbovo Is only n binnll 1101II011 of propel ly
on my books, l-'or full llbt cull at olllco for but
lollu Ibauud ou lbt mid IDUi,
FINANCIAL.
Tlio Htock Market Weak.
Nr.wYonic, July 27. Money 2 per
cent. Exchange quiet. Governments
arm. Currency 0's, 127J bid; -I's, con-
pons, 1221 Ijltl; -ll'"! "m J2? Wd' 'J-'I'o
stock mat kct opened active, but n weak
lone pn vnllcd, and under a pressure lo
sell tlio Gould &lock., prices declined
steadily throughout tho moiulng. At
mid-tiny the decline ranged from to
1 J percent. Since that hour tho mar
ket has been feverish, nnd prices show
no recovery at tho lltno of writing.
Now York Stock Jltitrhot.
Tlio following liavo lieon MrnUliod by J.
Vnnro Lewis, broker, southwest corner Klflhtli
and F streets:
iiamk. 1 o.
1 'JTiu
NAMK.
o,
Jilfd
NY Cell.. I Utlllil 1)8
Kilo
I. & NiihIi.
U Pnclllo.
N.I Con...
DIjAW..
Nl'a
"tirof....
J iiMj
l,felioro... (17. I "8)6
Can 1'
i;iMi -ii 1
074 8M
III
II
im
N West...
OMAbtl'
OI1& Q..
I'uMull...
W Union..
Mo I'll....
Tom l'n...
Del A 11..
Cun l'a...
."I
1)10 Trans
Hook Isl
Wabash
11b
ClilciiRo ninrlietH.
Tho following RiimmarvH by II. K. Plain &.
Co., bt. cloud bulldliic, Ninth and V streets:
11.
L.
Wheat Aur...
Sept..
Oct..
Corn Aug..
Kept..
Oct...
OatH Auk..,
bent..,
Oct...
Poik Ahr. .
Hcpt..
Oct..,
Luul A11R..1
Sept..
Oct...
8!(
H7J
IB l.
-I8ll
87
81),
1)1
87
now
UUM
15l(j
ir.''i
1 iKj
2(1
ink
1SH
s6
25
Mt4
2(1
2flM
2514
1 IM
2 IK
25
Mit
10 15
10 171
10 '25
10 17
10 10
10 20
10 10
1(1 17Wi
1 i -.1 i
0 55
0 (WW
10 27MJ
10 27
(i r'24
(i ma
o r-j
(1 57
(1 07
(150
(1 111)
(177W
070
(i 711
Oil.
D. K. 1'I.iln & Co., Kl. Cloud IjtllldliiK, fur
nlsliostliofollowlneollouotallons: CloedHat
mday, I)75iS. Opened today, D7W; lilfrtiost,
t)7i, lowest, 00-5i; 2:25, U7. ,
WasliliiRlon StocliH.
Tlio followlns aro tlio elosuiR quotations ol
tlio wntiumtton stocK lixciiaiiRo 10-uay uh 111
nlahod by Jiosers. Towers & Urcen, bankers:
-dny as tur
ners:
llht.
Wnslilnctnn A Georrolown bonds 11((
Metropolitan stock HTfi
Columbia stock Ul
North Capitol and Oolreet 405
Anaeosda
Wa-diliiRton City OnslichtCo
Oeoi cetown Oaillfilit Co
Fi anklln Iusiiraneo Co
National Metropolitan Iinuraiieo Co
Natlonat Union Inuraneo Co
Aillngton Instil anco Co
Columbia Insurance Co
.. ll
.. -UH
.. (UH
- V7?
..lilO
-- 10)fi
Herman-American Insurance Co
Potomac Insurance Co
Mkki Iusiiraneo Co
Hoard ol Public Works (liecn 8.1
Masonic Hall bonds
Washington Market Co. stock
..;)
.. 1)
.. (1W
. I) I
.l(i:t
- 18U
ooiuis.....
Inland and Bc.ieoast Co. ut oek
" " " bonds
Wasliliictoii Iltlek Maelilno Co. slock. ...107H
ll.uilc of Washington (10
Hank of WaMiiiiKtoii !10
National Metropolitan II, ink 1U5
Nntlonul lUiik of tho Itenulillo 110
Farmers' and Mcenanles' National Hank
Georgetown 115
Citizens' National Hank
Second National llauk 100)4
Central National Dank
(rcat Falls leu Co
Itcal KstatoTlllo Iusiiraneo Co loo
Pennsylvania. Tclephono Co 5U-y
Clios.uieako .V Potomac Telephone Co.... 55)4
U. S. KIcctiloLlKht Co
II 8 and I) (' bonds, Uriel: Maehluo mid
Metropolitan Itnilroad Mocks bt rone,
"Aldornoy Dairy IYiiriiiih."
Fiesh Alderncv butter, ehurneil oiery nioiii
liiC nnd delivered In l& lb. "Waid" prlnfa, U5o.,
per lb. Also cottaso ehecso, buttermilk and
sweet milk, 5c. pcnit. Cream, JOu. per pint.
WANTKD-WIHTI: (llltl, TO NUItSU
fi till Tnr llulit liotl&nlinlil wni-h! i'frnr.
enco
n.o.
required. Apply ut
oueo nt 111 C
lyrr,
5CAriTAJj I'ltlZi: S75,Vj0.-ct
Tickets only Jl Shares In I'roportlon.
LA. S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" We tin limby mlljij that uc tuparUc the at'
1 angcmtttU Jur all the Monthly ana Sanl-Annual
Diau'lug 0 The JmMuun State Lattery thm
pauy, ami in peison manaueaml eontwl the Diaie
iiifit thcMHiliit. anil that the mmeaie cnmlmttit
tilth lionibt!i,fairmin ami in iiimil faith tonaitl all
parties, and we autliorUc the Oiuijiany In c this
ecitlfiealct iiithjae-tlmilcs ojour signatures attaehal,
in lit cutvcitltciiiciitt."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
Coinmlbbloneri.
Incorporated In 16(3 for 21 $ ems by the Lecis
lntuio for Educational and Chnritnblo pur
poses with a capital of Sl.ooo.ouo-towhlchn
reserve fund of over JoJOKiO has bineo been
added.
By nn ovenilielmliig popular voto llbfran
thlso as mado a part ol tho picbcnt Hlato Con
btltutlon, adopted Deeembei 2, A. 1). 1871).
Tlio only Lottery over voted on nnd endorsed
by thopeoploof nny Htnte. It never benles or
postpones.
lis union mui;iu .oiiuucr iuuhui;m uiko
nlnco inont hlv.
A bpicimm opporiuiiiiy
..... ,.r .. 1...
to uln n forluue.
Seventh Grand Drawbar. Class U. in tho Acad
emy of Music, New Orleans. Tuesday, AuruM
11, lte5-18.!d Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, 75,000.
100,00(1 Tickelsnt Five Dollan, Each.
Fractions, in Fifths, In pioportlon.
LIST OF l'lUKKS.
1 CAPITAL I'KIZK 75,()(I0
lUllJi 120H
naji oaf?
80k HOtj
:i:i4 2i
21,0(10
10.000
12,000
10,000
10,000
10,110
20,000
30,000
25,000
2,1,000
A1TU0X1MATI0N 1'ItlZES.
a Approximation 1'ilzcs of7.r0
U do do fiOO...
J do do 200...
l,'Ju7 frizes, amounting lo (203,500
Application lor rates to clubs should bo mado
only to tho olllco of tho Company In New Or
leans. For nuttier Infoiin.itlou wiito clearly, (living
full nddiess. POSTAL NOTES, Expiess, Money
Ciders or Now York Exehango In ordinary
letter. Cuiiencyby Express (all sums of 85
nnd upwards at our oxpenso) addiossed
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Oilcans, La.
Mako P. O, Money Onlers payable anil nd
diess Iteglstercd Letters to
NEW OHLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Oi leans. La.
W. G. METZEROTT & CO.,
1)03 reiuisylvanl.i Avenuo. bccond door west
of Ninth street,
BOLK AOENTS FOIt
Ohiokoriug aiid James &-HolniBtrom
UMHJGII AND WAltltUN OltQANa,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
,Hincrson.S tcck & Ban's Pianos
U 1 He
Wilcox & Wtitto nnd Kimball
OrniuiB. l'lanoa nnd Orcnua sold
on installmonte, routodoroichangodi rout ap
plied It purclianed,
HENRY EBERBACH. 915 F St.
Managing pnrtnnr nf t hnliitw li rm ot Kllla & On.
ron ENaiiAVED and hiinteu
VISITING OARDS
no to
FJREB'S. 1U4L3 !F ST.
Plato and DO (Janln.ti!! 100 l'rlutod CarJB,
SI, Opiioslto l'.bbltt Uouso,
1 do do
1 do do
2PHIZESOF 0,000 ,
,1 do 2,000. ...
1(1 do 1,001)
20 do K)
100 do 200
300 do 100
TO) do 50
1,000 do 25
0,750
t,.100
2,'250
AUSTIN P.
Eeal Estate
1426 P STREET
Houses Bought,
Vacant Properly. Cily and
LO-A-ILSrS ITEO-OTIATBD,.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Ways mid IIinirH of Oeltlnp; in nml Out
or Washington.
DICI'AUTUIti: or Itnilroad Tinhm fiom
Itiilliiuoio & roloiiiao Depot, ijlxth mid
11 SlieetM.
Fur Huston 2 . in. (without cliango or
cars.)
Fur A'cw York 12:15, 7:15, 8:o0, U.IO
(limited) and 11 a. in.; L, 1
and 10 p. in.
For 1'hilMlcljihia 7:15, 8:30,0: JOandlla. in.;
:!, 1, 0 and 10 p. in.
For lJaltimuc-ti;X, 7:15, 8:30, 0:10 and 11
a.m.; IL',05,2, I, -l:'X, -1:10, Ootid
11 ). m.
For Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louh 0:10
a. in. anu v:iu p. in.
For Buffalo, Elmiru anil JIarrisburj'J:to
a. ni. nnd 10 p. in.
For Annapolis (j:35 a. in., 12.05 and -1:20
p. in.
For Pope's Cteck Line 7:15 a. in., 1:10
p. in.
I'rotu linltimoio .V Ohio It. It. Depot
Coiner Now .JoiM-y Amiiuii mid O
Street.
For llaltimoicr, 0.10, 0:10, 7:.';o, 8:30 and
10.05a.m.; 12:10. 1:25,3:15, 3;;so,
1:30, 1:10, 0:10, 0:10, 7, 8:25 and It
li. in.
Fur Annaolis-zii:lQ (Sundays 8:30) a. in,;
12:10 and 1:30 p.m.
Fur Point of JtocU. Ficilcrick7:'1? a. m.j
'1:10 ami 11:15 p. m.
For JItirjier' 's Ferry nml Shenandoah Valley
8:10 and 0.25 a. in., 5:30 and
0:10 p. in.
Fur Gaithcrsbmj:'2j, 8:10 and 0:25 a.
in.; 12.30, 1:10, 5:30, 0:10 and
11:15 . in.
For JIagcistown6;'M p. ill.
For C'iuaijo 10 a. in., 10:10 p. in.
For J'itlsbiini10 a. in.. 0:10 n. III.
For jVciw Oilcans (expicss) 0:25 a. m.
For Cincinnati, LuuixrillcanilSt. Louis 3:30
and 10:10 p.m.
From Aloxniidrlii .V I'ichIoiIi KmIiiiik, mid
Alexandria ti Washington 11. It., Sixth
and It Streets, llalllinoiu V Potomac
Depot.
ForAlcxuntlria-(),7,'J.'2r, 11.01, 11:35 a. in.:
2.05, -1:20, -1:15, 0.25, 8.05 and
11:37 p. in.
For Jlichmond ana the South G and 11:01 a.
in., and 1:15 p. in,
I'rom Chesapeake .V Ohio XI. It., Sixth
mid 11 Sticols, Italttmoio .V l'otomue
Depot.
For Cincinnati, St. Louis and South 11:15
a. in. and 5:15 p. in.
ForFoi I Mom uc, Newport i cws ami if in folk
11 a. in.
Fiom Washington, Ohio .V Wexluiu It.
II. , Sixth ami II Sticots, llalllinoio .V
I'otomao Depot.
For Alexandria, Lceslnng anil Hound Hill
0 a. m. and 1:25 p. nt.
AKIUVAT. of Trains al ISaltlmoro &
l'otomac Depot by D.iltlinoio .V I'olo
inae It. It.
Fiom Hoston 2:15 p. in.
Fiomi JNViu Yoik and Philadiliihia 5:25,8.05
and 10:50 a. in.; 1:10, 2:15. 1,05,
7:10 and 10:10 p. in.
From Jlallimorc-4i:30, 8.05, 8:10, 8:50, 0:25
and 10:50 a. in.; 1:10, 2:10, -1.05,
5:50, 7:10, 8 and 10:10 p. in.
Fiom Chicago, SI. Louis and Cincinnati
0:30 and 0.25 a. m.; OiCOnnil 8
p. m.
Fiom Annapolis 8:10 a. in.; 2:15 and 5:50
p. in.
From Buffalo, lilmiia and JlariiibunjOMS
a. m. nnd 8 p. in.
Ily AloMiiiilrla A: I'lrderleUhbiii, and
Alexandria .V Washington It. It.
Fiom Alexandria li2:10, (1.05, 8, 10, 10:10, a.
in.; 1, 3.05, 3:23, 5:10, 7:05 and
11:35 p. lit.
Mount Veinoii anil Maiidinll Hall.
Seventh Street Wharf (steamer Corcoran)
LeavcaatlOa.ni.daily. Anivo
-1 p. in.
Lower Cedar I'oint.
Steamer Armenia Leaves at 0 a. in., daily,
except Hatttiday,
Chapel 1'olnt (rotoniao !tlor).
Steamer (Iconic Law Leaves al 8:15 a. m.,
btinday, Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday arrivo0.30 p. in.
(llymont.
Steamer Mary Washington LeavcsatOa. in.,
Saturdays, returning at Op. in.
FANCY U00DS.
KING'S PALACE,
811 BEVEN I'll BT1I1SCT.
Tlio Laroost Slock of Millinery ant)
Fancy Goods and Visiles In tlio oily.
Black Dross Goods, Embroitlorios,
Lacos and Trinimiiius.
71t) MA1IKUT BPAOK, WAHIUNUTON, V. O.
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PA1IAM
Vail Btoelc ol tinu Umbrolloa and Paraeola,
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
lllley II ii 1 1 ill ilk.-, tin-. Dili anil K NU. n. it
GEO. WHITE,
Latllos' Tailor and Habitmakor,
730 Seventeenth St. N. W.
BOOTS AN0JHOES.
One-Price Shoe Store.
gf A. L. HAZELTON, m
fMj i'23 HEYUNTH BTIUJKT,
Undor Odd-Followb' llall.
U, 0, Uutt'Q 1'luo HUooo torlndlooaonoclalty,
BROWN,
and Loans,
NORTHWEST.
Sold and Bented,
Snlinrlian, MM anil Mi
Mackinaw Straw Hats
Tlio colobratod
timutilActurod hv
MACKINAW BTIUTK U1B
0UNLAP & CO. of Now York
Now Heady.
Poatl nnd Doo color, Diees oud Dorb7barsi
In nil shnpoo, at
WILLETT & RUOPP'S,
Uolu Agouti! fur Uitnlnp's Now York Hats,
1)05 I'LNNBYLVANIA AVENOE.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS,
THE EBBITT:
WASHINGTON, U. 0.
4.UMY mh NAY UEAbQWABTEUS.
i'oitl' Iron I'lio Escapes,
J"EnivIS-$3.00 and 84.00 er Day.
HAKKLSllOUSU.
EUKOPEAN PLAN.
I'ciuisvlviiula avenue, near Fourteenth street.
Hpcel.il rates for Bummer Months.
CLINTON IIOUSK, 7111 AND I STH.
li wj llrst-ehisH (nblo board anil larco
roomiiit leasoniihloratexi locution central.
WW. O. NAYI.OIt, Pioprletor. Jytj-tf
OT. JABIKS' IIOTIII.,
O KUUOPKAN.PIiAN,
falxtlmtieetiiiid I'eiuisTlvania avenuo.
L. WOQDIJUKY. Proprietor.
THE LOSEKAM,
1323 F Street N. W., Opp. the Ebbitt,
WAHIIXNUTOIV, I. l.
(Tho Cl'iioudon, Saratoga Bprluso, N. Y.)
C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor.
FINANCIAL
J, VANCE LEWIS,
BROKEB.
Stocks, Grain, ProviBions and
Oil.
I.oDiolt IlulldiiiK, 8th ami FStg.
Liiiro mid Small (inutilities, Strictly on
Commlislon. Prlvato Wires. Constant Quo
(atloiis. OIUco open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
J. EDWARD GOVE & CO.,
taai rStnolN. W., WuhIiIiibIoii, ij. c,
Bankers and Brokers.
DEAI.U13 IN
Stocks, Grain, Provisions and Petroleum
In Fractional Lots on One per
Cent, or more Margin.
SlocliK, 10 to COO ,'illHH'H.
Grain, 1,1)00 lo 00,000 Ituahols. i.
I.iikI, no to 000 Tierces.
I'm It, 00 tit 000 ltnriels.
No Inteiebt chaigod rr eairylnc. Constant
(imitations. Spotc.isli bettlementB.
This Is tlio best way to deal In thunbovo
ai Holes on a limited amount of cnpltnl, Jyatf
TOWURS & eilEEI,
Bankers and Insurance,
1423 F Street Northwest,
WABIIINOTON, U.O.
Transact a General Banking Business.
IDepoeitB Subject to Ohock.
Hpecldt attention r.tvou to Uepnrtmoutal and
other Uollocttoua; liny uiul Holt U, B. Ilonds
and all District Uecurlttes. Wo Isbuo
0 rafts and Circular Loiters of Credit
on Europe and tho East.
B. L flaim ft ca, Bnkm -
Grain, Provisions, Potroleum,
Stocks,
St. Cloud Uullcllnir. Ninth and FBta. i
WAHIUNOTON, I). 0.
Ulty ltefoioncos
niiblte. -National Hank ot the Ho-
Chicago Ooi'iosiiyiidouts MIL1I1NK,
JJOIJ.
OoiiBtaut quotations ot llio Chicago and Now
York Markets from direct prlvato wires.
if, U, LILLKV,
T, A. UKNUIO,
F. B. Lilley & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Stocks, Bontl8, Grain, Provisions
and Potroloiim.
Wit If HTltBKT N. W WABU1NOTON, V, 0,
lJllANOH OWm -4, 11. Holllday Bt UAltlmot?

xml | txt