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THE WASHINGTON ORMO, MUDAY EVENING, AUGUST 7, 1885.
I'uMdlC'l t)ulv,f'iiititiill KxetpM,
1 ho Evonlng Critic PubllshlngCompony,
1IALI.ET KILHOURN, l'reldeiit,
W. SCOTT TOWI5IIS, Treasurer.
11. ILHYIAT-STEH, lMllnr,
(Mice, No. VII DSIrcdTl'ost Building, Wnsh
JllgtOII, I). ('.
'j'HK critiu telephoni: call is 111-2.
RlngloCopy 2 Cents
ly Cnrrlur M Cents
By Mall, postngo p ild, onu our 81.60
) Mnll, postngo pa hi, six months '-.50
Mull Subscriptions Invnrlnbli" In ndvunce.
THE WASHINGTON CItlTIC,
WAIIItNOTOV, I). 0.
Friday, Aug. 7, 1S85.
The President will Iruui ililsnltcr
noon lor Now York to attend the
(iiuornl of (fL'iicrul Grant, niul nftor tho
pcrforiruincu of tliN melancholy tint j to
seclude himself nwhllo from tho sent of
Government and iill'.ilrs of Stale. Tho
Kood wishes of tho people, here mid
cry wilt re, will no Willi hint. Wlitit-ovr-r
flisuppoliitint'iits our Dotnocrutlu
friends may have encountered In I heir
tjiieitfor olllco, however nmiiy of tin-in,
already weary of wiiUIiik, may fjrow
henrt-sick with tho ehilllnj; prospect of
another inontli'.-t or clx v eeks1 6ii3pui)Ee
before them In whatsoever If any re
spects, the eour.-e of tho AtlnilnUtia
tlon Is to he cililclseil, tho general jtitl;
inotit will bo that. Mr. Cleveland Inn
fairly earned hU vacation,. -ind that tlur
I n tho llvu months blnco his Indnellon
into ollko ho has ret an example of
d'gnlty, Industry and patitneo under
frequent embarrassment and much vex
ation, (bat entitle him In the
hearty respect of tho country.
We have felt illsptEed at times,
t otbcis feel, to complain that
in the ofllclal changes necessary
and certain to be made, tho President
has not always proceeded with the
protuptnes' and dispatch that were
possible, but we have never questioned
his sincerity of purpnso nor bis patri
otic desire to subscno the Interests of
the people m tho best and safest man
ner. IIo entered upon the Presidency
under circumstances for which tho his
tory of the Government furnishes no.
precedent and surrounded by dlfllcultlcs
unknown and never conceived of by
any of bis Democratic predecessors.
Tho success of tho Democratic party,
after twenty-llvo years of uninterrupted
llcpubllcau rule, mado him tho practi
cal leader of a new revolution, with
great exigencies to meet, and without
tho light of past experienco to guide
him. It was not In the nature of tilings
that he could discharge tho responsibili
ties thus Imposed upon him, with
ease or celerity. lie was placed In a
position wllh embarrassments peculiar
to Itself and such as under no circum
stances could have befallen 5Ir. IJlalno
In case of the lattcr's election. Mr.
Cleveland, therefore, adopted tho wise
policy of moving to the great woik be
fore him with caution. Tho Interests
at stake wore too great to bo hazarded
by reckless and Inconsiderate action,
and while individuals may hero and
theio condemn, tho sober second
thought of the Democratic party, as of
the people at large, will cordially sus
tain the course bo has taken, as that of
an honest man and n true statesman.
Tun New York clulw, In a spirit of
letrlbutlvo justice, are turning a cold
shoulder on their English cousins. It
will be remembered that tho London
club men hae of late been blackballing
Americans quite Industriously. And
now the Union Club of New York pio
poses to abolish Its six mouths' mem
bership, which was Instituted eblellyfor
the benelltof foreigners, and, according
to all accounts, has been greatly abused.
Many Instances tiro cited where Eng
lishmen, after enjoying our hospitalities
as long as they pleased, have gono oil'
without paying- the hills they con
tracted, and these of course havo to bo
settled by tho members who proposed
them, under tho impression that they
were gentlemen. Tlio moral of all
which is that there Is evident need of
reform In club life on both sides of the
Senator Eustis of Louisiana has
just returned from Europe, and Is said
to be as mad with tho Admlnlstiatlon
as ever, and willing to lead a light
against It in the Senate. We Incline to
tho belief that before tho Ides of No
vember, so to speak, tho Ssnator will
conclude to let his undoubted discre
tion tako tho place of hi unlmpcach
nblo valor, and do no such thing.
Otherwise ho will bo apt to llnd him-i-elf
ono of the loncsomest men in the
In view of the fact that Mr. ICclley
U not likely to represent tho Govern
ment of tho United Slates nt Vienna, It
Is now to bo regrettetl that Mr. Haylcss
'W. Ilanna did not obtoln the mission.
There Is no man In the country, with
tho posslhlo exception of Mr. Cox, who
ciould have made things moio pleasant
Jor Franz Josef. As It Is, wo shull
probably have to part company for a
"while with thu Austrian Court.
Tun Administration has gone out of
town for a few days, but the Govern
ment will keep right along as luual. Its
machinery Is nicely adjusted and In a
great mcasuro self-propelling. That's
whore the advantage comes In of hav
ing n government by tho people, of tho
people and for tho people.
W I 111 -
Jodgino from tho hysterical appear
anco of tho editorial columns of some of
our esteemed Virginia contemporaries,
wo shouldn't bo surprised If plstoh and
coffee were called Into frequent requlal
i Jon beforo tho campaign Is over.
.- m '
Tlin CITY OK MriATAUKEH Is ox.
porlmentlng with n now saloon ordl
nance., whluh in iitMltloii to a license of
$.0() irqiihes that nil the thinking
saloons iiiut bo Incited within a prt
fccrlbed limit and In the business pen lion
of tho town, 'l'liu Htiljin hi inn! residence
nclchborhooiU nto to bo kept eutlicly
clear of tbcin, Thin far the plan f-eeins
to woik well and Is In derided favor
with tin' police.
It 13 easy enough to start monuments
with a hurrah, bn'. :n a rule, for which
notable lllii.-ttrii loot ate not wanting,
the huriab dies out bcfoio tho money
comes In. The pioper order of suieeeed
Ing In such cases U tho money first
tlio monument next, and the luiriah
Till: letttins of Lie late election In
Kentucky havo not Icon olllclally
counted yit, but enough U known of
the result to iitilhuilzo thn announce
ment that the Prohibition candidate for
State Treason r U defeated.
It REALLY beglnn to look tis though
Mr. Gladstone had talked lilm'clf out.
There are many voices (hut Enghnd
could better atl'ord to spare.
1-TOIWX IN (IF.NKKAI,.
Kx-CoNORFSSMAN llOI'ICINH of
Pennsylvania Is with his family at Vir
A. P. SwiNEl'ow, tho new Gov
ernor of Alaska, left Marquette, Mich,
for tho fir Wctt nu Tuesday last.
Senator Mitchell of Pennsyl
vania spent, a few days last week at
Old Point Comfort on u vL-lt to General
L'HOFESion M.vitiA Mitchell, the
astronomer at Vussar, has just been
celebrating htr sixty-seventh birthday
iVt thu Grant muinoiial services in
Paris to-morrow, to be held at the
American Chanel, Itev. Dr. Bilrrt will
deliver the funeral oration.
It is said of tho Matt. Carpenter
Memorial fund nt Milwaukee, which
reached 700 several years ago, that It
has never gone any higher.
Mrs. Chief .luSTion Waith writes
home that the Judge Is dally growing
younger, and that if he keeps on lie
wilt not bo over twentv-tivo by the tinio
they return from abroad.
At 'run meetino of tho Newport
Hot tlciiltnral Society, held last even
ing, premiums weio awarded to Hon.
Gcorire Ilincrofs for tho best collection
of roses, Including nineteen varieties.
Tjik only female who was ever
made an orderly icrgeantln the United
States army during the Into war, says
the uioveiaiiiiivui.t JJeaier, was mub
riicresa Kelly, now a res'uont oi that
Sukely when Sheiwan and John-
son, Sheridan and lluckner walk side
by side, carrying the eollln of tho dead
General of tho victorious armies, the
shallow-patcd fooh who would fan
afresh tho dying embers of eectlotial
bate, should shrink Into the shades of
obscurity. Lancaster Intelligencer.
The roLtowiNCi conundrum Is pro
pounded by "W. A. Itonnell in the Au
Will you tell mo why colonel
Is spelled in a stylo so lnfolonel?
If Journal Is not spelled Jolouel,
Then why spell kernel, colonel?
VlCK-FjlESIDHNT IIliNMUCKS In a
Chicago interview says of Postmaster
Jones of Indianapolis that he is a good
business man, and will do what Is right
in tlio ofllce. Ho is glad that tho com
mittee in the case has returned a re
port about which fair-minded people
will not cavil.
Cot,rr.CTOu Hkddex of the New
York custom-house has removed Samuel
U. Cut tls, a half-brother of George
William Cut lis, from tlio position of re
ceiving teller, lie was not. an oll'enslvc
paitlmn, but disabled by paralysis.
William 11. liurnettot Oango County
was appointed In his place.
It is said that General Logan will
bilng tho subject of changing the biulnl
place of General Grant from New Yoilc
to Washington beforo Congress next
winter. Uonyress, after all, is the
proper nuihoilty to deal with this mat
tor, and until Cnmiess settles It let the
matter be dropped. Chicago Mall.
Among prominent anivais in New
York yesterday were Oliver II. Pay no
of Cleveland, N. Gnfl', jr., of West Vir
ginia, Win. E. Enullsb of Indiana, Co.
lumbus Delano, Ohio; Governor llusk
nf Wisconsin, Governor Hubbard of
Minnesota, Senatoin Ingnlls of Kansas
and Mtintlfrson of Nebraska, Senators
Logan, Sherman, Ilnril?, Cockrell,
lirown and Palmer, Secretary Manning
and wife and numerous Congtessmcn.
An Artistic HiictchH.
An artistic work has been on exhibi
tion for a fow days atMetzorott's music
store which lias attracted considerable
admiration.. It h a well executed bead
In marble of the late General Grant,
and reposes on aback ground of black
velvet. Thn whole Is surrounded by a
heavy gilt frame. The features tire
clearly cut and the expression Is skil
fully brought out. Mr. Joshua Davis
of I ho II. & P. Hallway Station Is tho
THIS UNI) OI' COUNTEKI'ANK.
Wlion I was sick nnd lay nlioJ,
I had two pillows nt my lieuil,
Ami all my toys lieslilo mo lay,
To Itcep mo liuppy all tlio day.
Ami 6omollmos for im hour so
I wntoliod my leaden soldlora (to
With intromit uniforms nnd drill,
Amontf tlio bedclothes, through tho hills;
And sometimes sent my ships In llcota
All up nnd down umoiitr tlio rheots;
Or broimlit my trees and houses out,
And pluutcd cities nil about.
T was tho fjlunt prcnt nnd Ht 111
TlintBlts upon tlio pillow lilll,
And sues beforo Mm ditto and plain,
Tho plcnsimt Innd of counterpane
Uobort I.ouU Stophcnson.
AVIiut a Nocloty Gill liayu.
Tlio wny tier arcon drew fits Is
Tlio rain lust nlalit wna
Tlio tnitslo of tlio bnnd la
No breakfast after 10 n. nt. Is
Tlio wny ilis, Jones comes on I J
Tlio idea of liooplnv Ucti. (I runt
Tho wny UeCourcy stole from that
.lust think of thnt-inon In Africa
riirrylnir ort 1,000 women to ont
HTYi.rs rou tiii: hiianon
IiilercNl In the I.nillen I'rom rVotv
York ami Abroml.
A labile for the melting months, of
which I'iiiIhIiius make a point, Is called
Piinttd eltuii'MB. draped In graceful
fuMil in over enloieil shken foundations,
tclalu tin 1 1' pnpuhtilty.
Maiiv elaborate toilettes ate con
structed of silk muslin, light as u
pplilei 'n web, mado over Mtrab and gar
n'sheil with tinted hie. lUie confec
tions pf this character arc shown at
Novil ttistumesof canvas or Slrene
network, tilmint d with fi luges uf small
nnd llutly caivcd coik, and worn over
slips of red Tuikey twill, lellevcd by u
scarf uf ted surah, sailor collar, coik
paieinenlK en suite, ate a late captlco of
Many en-uuiies of uiaivellenx or
Kreiich fnllleaiu entlielycoveicd with a
uetwoik of eauvai; others are all nglltter
with bends of many lustres, i ml wonio
me Mmply llnNheil with pla-trou or
llchu of einbroldeiy or emhroldertd de
signs, or 'Pinkish patterns, threaded
wllh gold, nre profusely and nppropil
ately trimmed with Soudan lace.
Al'aiMan senintion In thn way of
Tunic Id one In the funii of two bib
apron sewn tnyolhor at tho sldos and
shoulders', showing only the sleeves and
the hotly under in up. This unique
over-arr.ingcnicnt Is clon'il wllh rib
bonp, Hashes or silver e)ap at shb'.sand
shoulderr'. Silk haudei chiefs of ruin or
pale pink are used as plastrons wl'lf
cotumes of ecru canvip.
The handkerchief dress with elosed
test In front and piece to match In tl o
back, with half handkerchiefs joined
at the shoulder and disappearing under
tho belt, Is a lute novolry which Is very
popular and ell'cotlve for slender llgures.
Klbbons of fancy canvass, in all
widths with heraldic designs In shining
gold and color.', aro among thu lute
enptices of the season's stylo.
Pans of gatizo or niii'llns, hand
painted, aio popular and perishable,
though a better investment withal than
those Inlaid with precious stories and
painted by the bet artists, which may
only stand ono wearing, it la mode.
Dome-shnpcd paianols, made of trans
parent materials or of silk, Lire lined,
tiro very much lit vogue, though this
dainty nnpendlce should always corre
spond with the costume.
The Shaw cosiiictlqtte.4 vouch sifo the
best guarantee against wave and wind
that tho devotees of stylo could desire.
The best chemists vote them htrm!es3
and ono feels warranted to speak In
favor of n pint) hitiou by way of
cautioning the readers of The Chitio
against tho tnanv hurtful cnuinountls of
this character used by ladles who feel
the need of some protection against the
ravages of time, tide and travel with
which the summer days are charged.
An English dishinaleur has Intro
duced a small mantelet to wear with
tailor-made toilets. It Is cut short at
tho waist, with sniill ends In front, and
Is Ingeniously mppleincnted by a
pointed hood falling back on the
shoulders. This inodistie marvel shares
favor with the j icket a la mililaire so
long prominent. Sidney Eaiu.e
ri:r.T to iiic rituuit or.
A NimtlilNliy (Jlil Wild Wim-m tlio
I.urtfciit SIioch lii the Country.
Miss Fannie Mills of Sandusky, Ohio,
Is a young woman who lias a positive
gonitis for feet, and possesses tin high
honor of weailng the laigest shoe In the
country, her number being twenty
nines. Her shoes have always been
mado to order, and until recently, In her
own State, but now that Miss Paiinlo Is
old enough to go Into society, her father
has hud a handsome pair of kid tops
manufactured In this city, tied the
shoemaker who constructed them has
them on exhibition In his show window
on John street, wheio they attract great
attention and elicit many expressions of
admiration. Thn material of which the
shoes aro made would hive been sulll
clont to manufacture eight pairs of ordi
nal y ladles' shoes. Tho soles are coik
nnd thu shoes urn button topt. The
length from stem to stern Is 10 inches
and the breadth of beam Is 7J Inches.
The "wal-t" of the shoo Is ISA inches,
tho Instep moisurcment Is 10J" IiicIicp,
and the hall 10 Inches. The top of the
shoe, which comes up to the calf, of the
l.'g, measures 20 Inches In clrcumfcr
euce. The heels are ii. Inches wide nnd
Jl indie loi-g. Pour chunois skins
were used to lino tho shoes, nnd they
cofct Mr. Mills $13, besides tint freight
charges to Siudusky. Mr. Mills Is a
well-to-do farmer, and Miss Pannlu Is
a pretty blonde, weighing ICO pounds,
and of ordinary height.
A Ootid Annuel'.
The old cr is renewed by a cortaln
class of papers that Grant's operations
In Virginia wore signalized by a sacrifice
of life that.it is hard to justify. A suf
ficient refutation of tills statement Is to
bo found In the fact that thu total losses
in killed, wounded and missing during
the period hi which he fought and con.
quered Leo's army wero 101,000, while
the losses In tho preeeedlpg Virginia
campaigns, from which no substantial
advantage was realized, wero ovorlll,
000. .Indued by what ho nchloved, not
only In Virginia, but In the westaawoll,
It can bo safely said thatGrantwasoven
mote careful with thu lives of bis troops
than any other great military comman
der of any ago. St. Louis Globc
Democrnt. FOR SALU HOUSl-S.
Twotnstlly and well-built now f). room brick
dwollhiKs on N II nve, bet It nnd I sts, t-,WXJ
each; nnd several now hnndsoino I) nnd 8-rnom
dwellings on IHh at, bet V mid Q, f a,r00 to
f 1,600; nlso lino D-room bross-brlolcdwolllnif
No. 4-Jtl a 1 st n w.
J. II. WIMElt,
nuj.-at 1421 NYnvo.
ipOU SALE-TWO-STOUV 1IUICIC DWEI.I
Ins, 8 rooms nnd Imthroom, on 1st st n o,
for S'J.HOO. on ensv terms. Another. Bamo lo
cation, 7 looms nml bathroom, ifJ.UOO, Tyler
I"? OK 8AU:-VE OFFJill FOIt BAbEONE
, of tho most iloslrnblo nnd oxtonslvo resi
dences In East Wellington; laraolmuso nnd
beautiful grounds, ror full particulars nnd
permit to Inspect, npply to Swormstcdt
llrnillp;, 1128 Est. Jyll-lm
T?dri SAI.E-I1IHCK HOUSE No 1008 OTH
X' st n w, O rooms ftnd basement; rnngo,
latrobos, etc.; finished In hard wood; price
SJ.lfiO; email cash payments. A Lloyd, till)
WANTED-TO EXCHANOE NEW BTOVES
for old ones at Uutler'a Stovo Exohnngo.
corner nth nnd K sts. Smoky chimneys cured
or no pay. moves exchanged for groceries.
Old stoves bought.
irStjTHU STEAMER AHMENIA WILt",
H-2i mnko special faintly excursion to
Lower Cednr Point 8ATUIIDA Y, tlio Silt bl
atant. Lenvo wlinrf, foot ot"tlit., nttlii. m
iiiliiriiltifrntliji. tn. J!!!2;2t
&-ja HEADQIJAltTEllH IIKI'AUTMENT
W.12. ()K THE POTOMAC, (I. A. It.,
Almost !), 1885.
t'omrndi'H who prono nlteiidliig tlio fn
noinlnf tlcnoritt thnntniid who doslro to bo
nt tho l'l VE DOLLAR rnto must report to tho
Aflslstnnt Adjiitnnt-dcncrnl on or bofoio
Thnrxdnv. thu tlth lust.
All 1'osts or Comrades of this Depnrttnent
cohiR will report ntthoso Headquarters on
Friday, tho 7th Inst., nt 7:0 p.m.
ttl.oOtlckcts'cnu bu procured atthosoHond
quarters on Thursday nnd Erldny ovonlnm.
Tho Asslstnnt Adjiitnnt-Ucnernt will bo nt
Headquarters, Oth nnd I) sts., every evening
until tlmoof stnrtlni.
lly command of N. M. 11UOOKS,
.IOIINU. S. IJUIIflKK,
WASIUNOTON, I). O.,
Wo, tho undorslirncd Hanks nnd Hankers,
bolng desirous of showing our rospoct to tho
memory of (lenerni Orant, who, ns Ocnornl
Coimnnndlng the Army nnd us 1'rosldent of
tho United Htntpfl. rrsfded diirlnirn consider-
nblo porlod In our city, hereby ngrco to otoso
mirrcspootlvo places of business, ns far ns
liruuucnuiu. on nyviuiii'A 1, mu 0111 hibi.,
tho day sot apart for tho funeral of tho Illus
All persons having pnper mnturlngnn that
dny aro rcspootfully rciiuostod to ptovldo for
It tho dny provlous.
(IEO. II. II. WHITE.
Cnshler Nutlonnl Atmropolltnn Hank.
TOWRHH & (IIIEEN.
COHSON & MACAUTNEV.
lilt) K street.
HATEMAN & CO.,
1111 f street.
CltANE, IAltltI3 & CO..
nil 1 1' street.
HEM, & CO..
M:i7 Pennsylvania nvonuo.
THOS. (J. l'EAHSAI,!,,
Cnshler CltlzoiiR'Nnt'l Hunlc of Wnsh. City.
II. 1. HNYDElt.
President National Savings Hank.
mooH & co.
11. 1. SNYDEIt,
President National Snfo Deposit Co.
W. LAIItl), Jn.,
Cashier l'nrmers' and Mechanics' Nn-
llonnl Hank, flcnrgotown, 1). C.
LEWIS JOHNSON ii CO.
Cnshlor National Hank of tho llopub-
llo of Washington.
a. ii. nun',
Asslstnnt Cashier Central Nntlonnl
llnnk, Washington City.
CJ. A. JAMEH,
Cnshlor llnnk of Wnslitngton.
Cashier Socond Nntlonnl Ennk.
,TIIOSn PE11SON8 WATTING
Aro Informed Hint wo linvo Just rccclrod flvo
STINEMETZ & SON,
1237 IVnu. nve.
CRAMPS IN STOMACH,
CERTAIN CHOLERA CURE.
A. BROWN, V. O. Ilox Sil.
Nothing hku It. Jy23
ECONOMY AND SAFETY.
For Vnpor Stoves uso only
For the Best Stovo buy tlio DANFORTH.
DANFORTII FLUID CO.,
Jj:i T03 9th st n W.
PATENT MINNESOTA FI.OUII.
II. U. KEYWOIlTII,
520 7th st., Solo ProprlotoK
A Suri) Curo for might's Dlsonso of the
20 Ilarrcls Just rccolTed from tho Spring.,
P. S. I havo Just erected n fountain nnd I
can bo obtained nt my plnco of business by
uuun i.nx tvuuni,
Solo Agent, Oth nnd D sts, n. w.
WKJpa, WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO.,
QIC Pcnnn. Ave. N. W.
Tho Company will rent smnll private safes
in Its now
FIRE AND nUROLAR-PROOF VAULTS
from S5 to SIOO, according to slzo.
Silver Pinto nnd nrtleles of vnluo winy bo
stored nnd lnsnicd for nny length of tlmo nt
very reasonable charges. JeMui
VfS of Virginia.
IIUNTON & CHANDLER,
Will prnctlco In tho Supremo Coint of tlio
United Stutes, tho Court of Claims, tho Courts
of tho District of Columbia; bcfoietiio Com
mittees of Congress nnd tho Departments.
Olllcca: No3.:i7,lftiida,J CORCORAN I1UILD
,TIIE UEST MEALS IN THE CITY
ONLY 25 CENTS.
Execllont lunch 10 nud 15 cents.
THE GARFIELD DINING-ROOMS,
1103 F si. n. w.
Rooms for rent. fUrletly temperanee.
Jo2l-tf W. T. CRUJIP, Proprietor.
tfKSSaiaLYMONT EXCURSION GROUNDS.
Contracts for Excursions now In order. Cot
Inges nnd slnglo rooms for rent. F. Fueum),
Cnteier. Special rntes to Sunday-schools.
L. R. TRE1I11LY, 627 7th St.
1728 Peiiim. Ave. N. W.
RESTAURANT A LA CARTE.
Summer board lly tho week, J5j by tho
month, 3,2.'. inyUlm
To nil who mo suflUring tiom Iho errors nnd
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, cnrly
deeny, loss of inniihood,S.e., I will send nre
elpo that will cuio you, FREE OF CHARGE.
This great remedy wns discovered byn mis
sinunry In South America. Send n scll-nd-dressed
nuvelopo to tho Rev. Joseph T, Iuman,
Station D, Alio York Ctly.
PINEY POINT HOTEL. MD.,
J- Ninety-two Miles from
Washington, on tho Potmnno River,
OPEN FOR GUESTS JUNE 20.
fllenmers Excelsior or George Leary each
ovcntiig from foot of 7lh st.
For terms, which will bo modcrnte, apply to
Hotel: Wusli II, Williams, 7th and 1) bts. n, w.,
or W. P. RICE,
ITtOll SALE-BEAUTIFUL SUIIUltnAN LOTS,
J UCxlOO feet, fiontliig lllndonsbiinr Turn
plko, In sight of street-curs, t!00; SIOO cnBh,
bnlanco $b per month. Neat ti-room cottngos
built at lowest contract rates; 8 loo cash, bal
aucolnO yonts, or monthly payments If pie
TnOMAH A. MITCHELL,
Jy7 : l V Ht,, Rooms r nud 0.
Ilanilsomo corner lot. near Scott Ctreln. nt
Two lots, on 10th streot. noar Scott Circle,
at GO cents less than adjoining ground.
Dcslrablo ground In ltliodo Island nvonuo,
near Connecticut avomio, at rcaiionablo ratos.
Now and substantial corner dwolllng. near
Dupont Circle, containing 13 rooms, $li,000.
Ditto, near British Legation, 17 rooms,
Sovcral deslrnblo country places near tho
WM. P. YOUNG,
JolO-tf 1003 F street.
Fon SALE- "
lly AUSTIN P. BROWN,
1420 F st. n. w,,
'10,000 fet of ground on 10th st. n. w., bet.
Scott Circlo nnd It et.. and 00,000 feet on N.
II, nvo,, tot. Dupont Circlo nud L at. Sovoral
first-class liousei, ranging In price from 810,
ooo to $100,000. Joio-tf
DUAW1NOAN1) l'AINTIKU-tN OUPI'.It'iO
show how much moro can bo accom
plished with tlio best luitmctton nnd systematic
training than in tho ordinary wny ofstudylng
ntt, a elnss will bn formed Immediately In
drawing nnd painting nt about one-third the
usual price. I'nrunts, lnlddlcnged persons, nnd
even those who Mlppo"0 Hint they liao no tnsto
or talent fur drawing nnd painting, aro Invited
to mako inn trim, l'or liaiucuiars apply ni
tlio Nntlonnl Aendcmy ofUnn Alls, corner N V
nvo nnd isth st. Heccptlons freocvery Wednes
day cycnhintf'clock. nu7-3t
A'NVl'KHSON HAVlMU'ILia OETIIENEW
-il- York Times for July. Augiiit.nnd Septem
ber, 1831, enn find n purchaser by addressing
Look llox IS, 1'ostolllco. nu t-at
ATTENTION CIIHL9 AND IIOYS-DO
- yottwnnt to lonrn lo drnw, but think
you linvo no Insto or tnlent for drnwlng,
onmo to tho Nntlonnl Academy of Kino Arts,
1711 NY nvo, cor 18th st. Instructions free
Hnturdny mornings for tho month of August.
Heccptlons froo Wednesday evenings nt H
ILL YOUNG LADY OCCUPYINO SEAT
No. 27. second row orchestra c rclo nt
Albatigh's Thursday night, who noticed young
man wnuo muting to n genucmnn, scnu
her nddrcss. Itoineo, Crltlo otllco.
DOIIS IT SEEM POSSIBLE TO OUT A
flrst-clnsstncnl for 25 or 15o, when you
could not buy tho crudo mntorlnls In tho
mnrkotforfl? Well, sir. tho Forsyth Cafe,
fits Kith st. docs servo C00 such meals everv
irUVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. OUES
J tlons nnd answers In all subjects. Send
Ivy Institute 800 K sts n w.
TYPIMVniTING DIU'ARTMENT; EXPERT
OPERATORS; eecond-hnnd typo-wrlters for
Bale; nil kinds; teicphniio No
ORAPH OFFICE," !)X! V st.
o. 112-2. "RALI-
I7 H. YOUNGS, Hl'EAM CARPET CLEAN
! Ing and renovating works; feathers ren
ovatcd, mnttressos mado over, furniture
steamed nnd moths destroyed. 1122 Pu. nvo.
Factory, corner ftth nnd K sts. n. o. Jol8
JAMES HUTHERFOltD, DEALER IN FINE
Family Groceries nnd Provisions; nlso Wines
nnd Liquors, ootl I) Rt. n. w. Hpeclnlty mado
Dh. leon.'the oldest established
and only reliable Lndlos' Physician in tho
city, enn bo consulted daily, -101 0 St., bet. 45fi
and Oth st. n. w. Prompt treatment. Corre
spondence nnd consultations strictly confi
dential. Soparato rooms for Indies. Oflleo
nlwnys open. Jo
PATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE Ex
cellent meals for 15 cts. Call and try. Lo
Droit JUJnlng HoomsSl'J! F st. n. w. my28
rpiIE VERY BEST BUSINESS PEN MADE.
jl soul oy an
Send 7 2-cont
stamps for nam
nlodoz. to Wnsh-
Ington Phonographlo Hendqunrtcrs, Washing'
JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE., EN-
graver. Plato and 50 visiting cards, 80
cents; no enrds from snmo plato, 45 cents; 100
cards printed from plate, 75 cents.
MEDICINE FOIt DOGS.
All Dlscnics Cured.
ool.t Cor. 44 st. nnd Mil, nvo. s. w.
LADIES "COMPOUND TILLS OF TANSY"
aro perfectly safo and always effectnnl.
Seated particular 2o. Wilcox Spocillo Medl
clno Company, Phlladolphln, Pa.
L" AD1ES-PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHI
Chester's English"), tho only gonulno, shfo,
certain nnd offcetiuil. Sealed particulars le.
Chichester Chemical Co,, 231S Madison nn.,
Philadelphia, Pn. Jy'iJ
rpiIE NORWOOD INSTITUTE (NEAll 1ITII
J- M. Circle) will open September SU with nftill
corps of accomplished instructors. A complete
knowledge of French practical ns well ns
scholarly given In the shertcst tlmo. Address
MR. nnd MRS. W. D. CAUEL, Principals, 1212
nnd 121111th st. n.w. Ji3
BUSINESS EDUCATION lor young and mid
dle nged men nud women. Spring nnd
summer bcsslnnsof tho Sponccrlnu Hndncs
College, comer Ninth nnd D sts. n, w. Rapid
writing, bookkeeping, runld calculations, Eng-
mu language, sieiiograpny, ivpc-wriiing, eie
Tuition: Year irom date
of enhance, day or
night, 00; three mouths,
day, 20; night, ill; onu month, day, 47; night,
5. Rapid writing only 12 lessons i.l. Call or
scud foe circulars.
HENRY C. SPENCER, Principal.
SARA A.SPENCER, Vlee-Prineipal.
ON'T FAIL TO VISIT
DOOLEY'S R1ALTO FOUNTATN,
3.1 dt. and Pn. Ave.S. E.
HESVRODA WATER IN THE CITY.
SCAPITAL PRIZE 375,000. -5
Tickets only $', Shnres hi Proportion.
L S. L.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" II V (Ji) limb) certify thai ue tiinenitc f,c rtr
ratmementi for all Vie Monthly ami ticmt-Annual
Drawing) of The Imhiana State Lottery Com
pany, and in pinion manaqcanil cnntiol the Diaw
Inns thcmultis. ami that the lameme conducted
with honctty.falnicts and in good faith touaid all
partus, and we authorize the Company to use this
certificates withfac-slmilcs ofourslgnaturis attached,
in 111 adeei tiecments."
G. T. Beaviregard,
J. A. Early,
Incorporated In 18C3 for 23 ycnisby tho Legis
lature tor Educational and charitable pur
poses with n capital of 81,000,000-towhlehn
reservo fund of over 5W,0U0 lias sinco been
By nn overwhelming popular voto Its fran
chise was made a part of Iho present Stato Con
stitution, adopted December 2, A, D. 1 87'J.
Tho only Lottery ever voted on nnd endorsed
by the people of any Stato. It never nenlcs or
Its Grand Single Number Drawings tako
A splendid opportunity to win a fortune.
Seventh Grand Drawing, Class (4, In tho Acad
emy of Musle, New Orleans, Tuesday, August
11, 1885-18311 Monthly Drawing.
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100,000 Tickets at Flvo Dollars Each.
Fractions, In Fifths, In proportion.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE
1 do do
1 do do
, . 20,000
. , 25,000
! PRIZES OF tfi.imo
0 do 2,000.
10 do 1,000.
20 do MK1.,
100 do 200,
tino do mo.,
IM do M..
1,000 do 25.
9 Approximation Prizes of 8750 0,750
U do do fiOO 1,000
do do 250 2,200
1,907 Prizes, amounting to 8J05,500
Application for rntes to clubs should be made
only to tho olllco of tho Company In New Or
leans, For further Information wilto elearjy, itivlug
full address. PO&TA Ii NOTES, Exprosu, Monoy
Orders or New Yoilc Exchango In ordinary
letter. Cuueucyby Express (nil sums nf to
and upwards at our cxpenso) nddrossod
M, A. DAUPHIN,
New Oilcans, La.
Mako P. 0. Monoy Orders payablo and ad
dress Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK',
Now Orleans, La.
GEORGE A. ARMES,
REAL ESTATE BROKER, CLAIM AGENT
AND NOTAR.Y PUBLIC,
No. 1037 F it. ii, w Washington, D. C,
Opposlto I'.bbltt House,
For Salo Property In overy Stnto nnd Terri
tory In tho Union; two million ncres of heavy
timbers; also elegant residences nud valuable
proderty nt bargains; select building sites over
looking tho city,
Politeness ehown nnd attention given to
thnso who cnll at ray olllco.
References Brig, nnd llvt. Mnl.-Gen. W, II.
Ilazcn, Chief Signal Officer, U. H. A.; Sheila
barger A Wilson, attorneys; Whcatlcy Bros.,
lumber dealers, Jy23-lm
MCNIBll, .101IN80N & HLAVIN'S MIN
STHELH, Including tlio Champion Wrestler of America,
nnd Iho Chnmplon Athlnto or Knglntul,
t'HAIH.ES W. MITCHELL,
MONDAY, August. 10 FORD'S
A I.HAIKJII'.H (Iriiml Oporn-llnuso.
Every Evenlmr (No Saturday Matinee),
Von Suppo's Melodious ComloOporn,
Admlsslonjii'ie. Reserved Scnls, Wlo.
I.olllo llnrlon'N 1'arntroiiN, Nnufcli
Dnncorsi 4,1oncn 1'lnnllqttc."
Every Night nt 8:30.
Matinees Tuosdnys, Thursdays and Satur
days nt 2:110 p. m. -
Tho "I10S9 SHOW" of tho Benson.
Advertisements nf Three Linos under this limd
Inserted three times for 23 cents,
WANTED-A GOOD WHITE OH COL
ored phi in do housework; moderato
wngM.NoI01n IHh LRtjMV. miO lit
WANTED-3 GOOD SHIUT IltONEHS, U
good Btnrehcrs; nnno but experienced
hands need npply to Capital Laundry, 512 8th
st 11 vr. ntifi-Ill
WANTED-BY A LADY LIVING IN
' ' Boston. Mass., n responsible colored
womnn as nurso nnd ehnmbormnld; best of
references required. Call nt onco nt 20,10 1 st
n w. nu.r)-ni
TVTANTED-A WILLING, RELIABLE
' ' white girl to do housework nnd help
with dewing In a small prlvnlo family; rnfer
cuccs. lomi.llh st u w. nufi ilt
VANTED-AT ONCE. A FIRST-GLASS
it cook. Apply nt fill lllth stn w, best of
references required. iiu5-!lt
WANTED-A WILLING, RELIABLE
whlto girl to do housework nnd help
sorvnnt In a biiiiiII prlvato family; rofercnecs.
100.5 I5tli st 11 w. nu:Mt
ATANTED-a EXPERIENCED WHITE
'' women, onu as cook nnd wnshor and
Ironcr nnd other as ehnmbormnld nud assist
In washing nnd Ironing. Apply, Willi city
roforonecs, nt 1001 F st n w. nun-til
ANTED-AN INTELLIGENT SI NGLE COL-
ored lndv to nnt ns hnuspkecner: ono that
understands muslo preferred. Address Knrl
Krngcr, Crltlo olllco. nullt
WANTED -GOOD, STRONG, A RLE.
bodied colored womnn forkltohen work
Apply nt 478 Pn nvo n w. auLIlt
ANTED-A AVASHWOMAN TO WASH
nt tho houso nn Atntulni-. Annlv nt. 000
It Bt H w. nnl-nt
WANTED HELP MALE.
Advertisements ol Thrre Lines tinder this liend
tnsertPd three Onus for 2-5 cents.
W ANTED-AN ACTIVE. INTELLIGENT
youmr man: quick with pen and nt fig
ures: nettled in habits. Morgan Stenm Lnuu
dry,517tllh st n w. imlMt
Advertisement of Tlireo I.lnM under this bead
Insrrteil three times fur 2.1 rents.
W ANTED-JlTsmiAT'ION BY A COL-
enn furnish references. Address 11 1), Crltlo
TirANTED IIV TWO RESPECTABLE
tl whlto girls, nltuntlons, ono nsuook nnd
tho other im ehumbermnld: nro wllllmr nud
obliging; please call nr nddiess No. 10 Mans
nvo n w. ii'in-nt'
WANTED- 11Y A BEEIABLECOLORED,
womnn, Bitttntlon; Is tin excellent cool,;
plnln wnshlng nnd Ironing If necessary; can
glvoelly references. Address Mis M, Crltlo
ANTED-IIY A HESPECTAHLE COL
orcd womnn, Iho wiishlngnf two fami
lies In do nt homo; best of references. Apply
111 list b w. llllKIl
Ailvertlsi'iueiita of Three Lines under tlili head
Inserted three times ror 2', cents
WANTED-I,. llfuiJ, NO. 400 MaTnU
' ' live; enrpols lo eloan; mattresses re
mndoj feiithers rejiovnted.
A YOUNG MAN D13IRK9 TO RUNT A FUIl-"-
nlshed room ronvenient to now Pension
bulldhig; answer immediately; references ex
rhangcdjaddrcss AloneCiitluqtlleo. itul-Ut
WANTED-EVERYBODY TO INVEsVn
cents for a copy of Snturdny'i Uuide:
tho other edition (pamphlet) enn fiO cents
trnde nnd newsboys supplied. 07 FbI n w.
WANTED-8TUDENTS OF PHONOg".
mphy to know that thn now edition
(1833) of Ilenn Pitman's Mnnuol nnd nil other
nhuuotla publlentioiis can bo purchased nt
Phonographlo Headquarters, Xl I st n w.
A dvertlsenients ol 1 luce Lines under this bend
Inserted three times lor 23 cents,
ITOIt llUNT-142s"r.Tir8T N W, 2 ORI1 IJN
x furnished rooms, on 2d llooi: water and
bnth on sumo Hour, with uso of ynul and
shoil. A pply at 1218 Piiavo n w. nu5-:il
T70H RF.NT-FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS
-1- on ''d lloor; gas nnd hath; SM; pretty lo
cution; references exchanged. No 1HG flth
st n w.
ONE NIOELY FURNISHED BOOM, 2D
vy lloor, til por month in ndvnueo. 007 N
1?OIt BENT-NICELY V II it N 1 H II E D
- rooinn, nt leasonnblo'rntes, ntlVW Est u w.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
Advertisements ol Three Lines under Ibis head
Inserttd.threo times for 2irenta.
T70II KENT-UEAIl HALF OF LARGE
' lino storo on Est; very sultablo for real
estnlo, Insurnnceor banking business; counting-room
furniture. Bnfes, desks, etc., for
saln.V. II. Porter, IQIFBt. auO-nt
TTlOlt HENT-B Y AUG UST lr, N E W TWO
- story brick house; bny-wlndow front; nil
mod imps; 7 rooms nnd bath-room. 110 0 si
n e. Inquire nuxt door. aiiB-flt
TTlOlt UENT-NEA11LV NEW SIX-BOOM
J-1 brick: all mod Imp: not 101b fit s e; $18.30.
W E Wright, room 13, St. Cloud building, Oth
nnd F sis. nu3-.it
l'l'Ul Corcoran St., fl rs nnd hath, mod. I.
lit) O st. s. o., 10 rooms, mod Imps,
liirNst. n. w., 8
1220 F st. u. w., storeroom.
THOS. .T. MYERS,
llnnl Estnln AL-ent.
Villi Fst. 11. W.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Advertisements of Tbren Lines under this head
Inserted thren limes fur 25 cents.
ATANTM-TOBi:fjI, ONE-FIFTH 1N-
' ' lorest In n llvo country paper: press and
typo now; editor's position mny bo secured.
Address "E Crltlo olllco. aur,-;it
171011 8ALE-A COMPLF.TE DINING--t-
innin nnd kitchen outfit: runnn. coun
ters, dishes, chads, tables, otc,
A 12 horso power Englno nnd boiler
Je20tf Apply at Crltlo Oflleo,
Friiililfnl Case of a CoM Mail,
I contracted a fearful case of blood poison hi
188!!. I wns t routed by snmo of tho best phy
sicians In Atlnntn, They used Ihoohl remedies
of Mercury nnd Potash, which brought on
rheumatism and Impaired mydigostlvo organs,
Every Joint In mo was swollen and full of pain.
Whon I wns given up to die, my physicians
thought It would bo a good tlmo lo tost tho
virtue of Swift's Hnoolflu. When I eommoncod
taking a. 8. H. tho physician Bald I could not
llvo two wcekB under tho ordlnnry troatment.
Ho commenced to glvomo thomcdlclnostiietly
according to directions, which I continued for
sovcral months, I took nothing olso, nnd com
menced to Improvo from tho very first. Soon
thorhcumatlsm loft mo, my apnotlto becamo
nil right, nnd tho ulcers, which tlio doctor snld
weio tho most tilghtful ho had overseen, ho
gan to heal, and by tho 1st of October, 188 1, 1
was a well man again. I am stronger now
than I ovor was before, and weigh more. 8. 8.
8, hai saved mo from an early grnvo. -
J. KM McCLENDON.
Lcm Mct'lendou has been In tho employ of
tho ChessCarloy Company for soma years, and
I know tho nbovo statements to bo true.. At
tho tlmo ho began toklng Bwlft'a Sneolilo ho
was In ahorrlblo condition, I regard his curo
W. n. CROSBY, Manager.
Choss-Caiioy Co,, Atlanta Division,
CTEABIKIt COItCOItAN'fl KXUUlt
Tho owners of tho BtcntncrW. W. CORCORAN
linvo purchased nnd will nssumo tlio manage
ment of MARSHALL HALL, Dally mornfiig
excursions will bo given especlnlly for Lndlcs
Absolulo older will bo preserved nn tlio
grounds, tlio Inhln furnished with nil tho mar
ket affords, lunchci berved, and Ico, fruit nnd
milk nlwnys on hnml.
Htenmor leaves overy morning nt 10 o'clock,
returning nt 4 o'clock p. in. Fnro, 25 cents for
round trip to (llymont nnd Mnrshall Hall.
Children, J fi cents. Je8-tf
IIAl'EL POINT. OUAl'KI, POINT.
Long Branch of tho Potomac.
ill. Iii-iiita nt tint linn ni i
Commencing with Juno 28, tlio STEAMER
GEORGE LAW will lonva dally (oxcopt Mon
days, Fridays nnd Saturdays from Btoamer
Lcary'g wiini f nt H: 15 n. in. shnrp, returning
Il:U0p, in. Fnro for trip, 50e. Mcnls50e. at
tho Point. Professor Shrocdcr's orchostrn.
Geo.W. BAUER, owticrRtciimor Geo. Law.
HOI TIIliaitliAT VAT.T.SAN1I OA1IIN
Tho Btcam-pnckct EXCELSIOR will mako
regular trips durlnjr Iho Benson to tho nbovo
points every SUNDAY, TUESDAY nnd FBI
day, leaving her wharf; corner of High st. and
Cnnnl, nt 8 o'clock n. m. sharp, Fnro for
round-trip 50c. Boat can bo chartered on nl
lernatodays, For Information npply nt oflleo
of J. (Land J. M. WATERS, 1017 High St.,
THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES,
Ih reached by the
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
VAST II.YI'HINS TIlAIN.H, with Pnrlor
Cars attached, munm dining tlio Benson nt
convenient Mount. PnsseiiKCis mrlvo nt tlio
Now Broad street Slutlon, Philadelphia, where
Union Transfer Coaches and Ilorso Cars trans
fer them direct to the station of tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt tho fool of Market street.
For tickets, bnggogo checks and full Infor
Norllionst corner Thirteenth street nnd
Station llaltlnioro ,V I'otninnaltnllrond
J. It. WOOD,
General Passenger Agt1
KXI'lirSS TRAINS UUN TIUIOUGU
WITHOUT STOPS IN
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R.,
From Station foot of Vino street.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
From Station foot,of Market streot.
Accessible fiom Wiudilnglon by tho through
trains of tlio
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR.
From tho Now Broad stieet Station of tlio
Pennsylvania Italhoad, nt Philadelphia, Streot
Cars will convoy passengers direct to tho Wost
Jersey Ilallrond .Station. Union Transfer
Coaches to iho station of tho Camden & Allan
lloltnilioad. For through tickets, baggage checks and full
Information apply as follows:
Nnrlliniisl corner Thirteenth Bticot and
I'oniiHylvnnlii in eiiiie,
Station ltalllmnm As l'nloniaa Itallroad.
CHAS. E. PUOH, ,1. It. WOOD,
Jlenei nl Manager; General Pussongcr Act .
18S5 15X0U"W s,:ahon 1885
liAirinioiti: &: omn iiailhoai).
EVERY MONDAY. Commencing .1UNE22, to
Bound tilp Bnfo.Sl.GO. Limited to !!00 per
sons. Leao Washington nt 8n. m. Bottiru
Ing, nnlvont8:!10p. in.
EVERY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc
ing JUNE '!!), to
Harper's Torry unci Ityi-ncH Islam),
On tho Potomac.
llnund-trlp llnto. SI. Limited In 20(1 per
sons. Lcavo Washington 10:05 a.m. Return
ing, arrive ut 7:20 p. in.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTHER
Commencing JUNE 21. Bound-trip Unto,
m.no, Lenvo M'nshlngton 8:!10 a. in. Re
turning, nrrlvo at l):I5 p. in.
Every ticket calls for a reserved scat on
thooo excursions. Sconro your tickets tit Oil
and 1!151 Pcnnn. nvo., nnd at depot mi tho
morning of tho excursion. Jol3-tf
Lovlli7l oiinAit pointT
Tho Popular Wntcrlng Place of
Tlin safe, swift and magnlllcont Btcamer AR
MENIA will lenvo her wharf, foot of 7th st.
daily, oxcept, Saturdays, at I) a. in. , lottirnliig
ut I) p. m.
Armenia stops nt Aloxniulila on MONDAY'S,
WEDNESDAYS mid FRIDAYS only.
Faro, 50o round fi lp. Children, 25o.
Dinner on tho grounds, fit) cents.
For further Information and charters to so
cietles and corporations npply to
11. L, SHERIFF'S Coal Oflleo,
,128 and 1111 Pn. nvo., or ut Steamer's wharf,
T. VlJltNON I
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th st. wharf dally, excopt Sunday, for
Mt. Vernon nt 10 o'clock a. in.; returning,
reaches Washington about :i:!10 p. in.
L. L. 1ILAKK. CiMoln.
LOST. A KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CROSS,
Name and address engraved on back.
Flndor lowordcd by leaving it nt 820 20th
streot n w. FRED H.NEWMAN nn7-3t
STRAYED-SMALL HAY MARE WITH
two whlto feet. Finder will plenso re
turn to 018 Ost sound recolvo iownrd.
QTBAYED Oil STOLEN FROM OA1C HILL
u farm, ono bay colt and ono brown horse.
Liberal ruwnrd If returned to Wm. Owons.
cor 1st and II sts s w. iniWU
T OST-1'ROM. OR IN F STREET CAR. ON
JJ ovcnlngof 20thof July, within boiiudnrles
of O street wost, nnd Geoigetown par stable, u
whlto satin fan. Finder will leturntoA. It.
Williams, tll5 7th st.n w.,nndrocclvo roward.
T ,OST-A CHILD'S FOUlt-IIUTTON SHOE.
JJ Thursday ovonlng, botweon Bryan's shoo
store, 1 1 tli st, nnd 1101 N st. Iletuin to liaiN
at nnd roeolvo lownrd. -lyJ'idU!!
T OST-A YOUNG MOCKING BIRD. BE
,J word If returned loTUlSthstii w.
TPOUND-A HUntJY THE OWNEIl IS
J- reiiuesled loeomo forward, provo prop
orty, nnd liny for thlsndvoiilsoincnl. FA
niundon,:i."il!IProspoot nve, Wost Wnshlng
PROPOSALS FOR COAL.
OFFICE OF PUBLIC PRINTER.
WAMllKninN, D. O., Aug. !1, ISbfi.
Sealed proposals will bo received at this of
lleo until 11 o'clock a. m, of Wednesday, Au
gust 12, 1 885, for supplying such cmniit Itles of
Oeoi'go's Creek Coal, "tun of thu inliiu," (equal
hi quality to that known as Iho tieorgo'st'ieek
Coal A: Ii on Company's coal) as may bu i equlred
from data of contract to Junu nil, 1880. It Is
estlmntcd that 1,500 tons will bo required.
Tho coal to liodcllvci cdnt tho tloveruinent
Pi luting Olllco at such times and In such
quantities as may bo t equlred, weighed and In
spected by a sworn inspector and stored ut tho
oxpensoof tho contractor.
Bidders will stato hi their bids tlionnmoot
tho coal Ihoy propose to furnish,
Tlio successful bidder will bo required to
furnish a bond In tho sum of 5,000, condi
tioned for tho faithful performance of contract.
Tho right to I eject any bid Isiestrved.
8, P. HOUNDS,
ni,7,lj Pnlilln Printer.
MONEY TO LOAN.
TO SHOO TO $10,000, AND LARQER
riu -j s biiiiii uu iuiii usiutui lununti iui .-
ciilliiow- WM. F. HOLTZMAN, Attorney. 11121
FBt.n. w. Jegil-lyr
I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON HOOD HEAL
eststo or collntsrnl peeurlty allowost riitea
of Intonwt. Nodolny whon security Is good.
u. u. iiuuuH, uoora
cor, 7tn and La, aro,
'.. - -"ir."-Z-r...i.. ......
iioora i, iriromou a uiiiiuiuts.