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Tire WASHINGTON ClUTtC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1885.
l'ullMial Dnlly, .tundeiyt JtjxvpM
HALLUX KM. HOCUS, President,
tV. SCOTT TOWliltS, Treasurer.
It. 1!. SVI.VllSTlHt, Sccrcliiry.
OfdMoo, 3STo. O-il XJ Stacooto
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IIICIIAHI) II. SYI.VIlSTUIt,- IMItnr.
Saturday, Aug. 22, 1885.
01m itAii.itoAii s.v.sri:.u.
It needs but n cursory jrlnnccnt Poor's
"Hnilrond Mniiiml" for l3"i, wllh Its
thousand pages nml more of solidly
('(impacted Inforinntloii mid splcmlM
Ecrlcs of illustrative maps, to impress
upon the attention In tliu most striking
innnncr the liiiignllmie of tho railway
Interests of the United States. Thcc,
indeed, overshadow nil other Inter
ests! upon this vast system of transpor
tation and Intcr-communleation nil
tithcr Interests rest,
It appears from the "Manual" that
the total railroad mileage of the Untied
States at tho cloo of tho year
3881 was 12.1,!)7I) miles, which Is more
than forly-llvo per cent, of the total
mileage of tho world, Asia, Africa,
Hcxlco, Central America, South
America and the great nations of
1'uropo combined. Tho costof theso ar
tificial thoroughfares of trade, meas
ured by the amounts of their slock
and debts, was $7,G70,:iDD,0: I over
fcvcn billions nml a half of which
slightly less than half was stock,
Mightly less than this sum bonds, ami
!?2-M,CGG,G0O unfunded debt.
Over these roads during tho year'
were transported Oil ,o?0,?ilO passengers
or nearly seven limes the total popula
tion of tho country, than which noth
ing could be more suggcsllvo of tho
nctlvo habits of our people In tho pur
suit of business, pleasure and Indm
Tho tonnage trallic of. the yea1
equalled OflO.OM.T-l!) tons, and tho
gross trallic earnings of nil tho mult
vrero !?770,0S 1,003, n decrease of nbou
$50,000,000 from thu previous year,
but still enormous and representing
what may be considered the aggregate
volume of a normnl and legllimite
1rndc. The net trallic earnings were
.$20S,100,2o3or:il.70of tho gross, and
there were paid for interest $170,091,
J!02j for dividends 03,211,835.
It is evident that a system with rami
fications extending tens of thousands of
miles in nil directions and n plant of
wlilelij the cost, even excluding tho
watered Mock, runs into the billions
must bear close and inseparable rela
tions to every branch of Industry and
more or less involve tho welfare of all
classes of clll.ens, the investor a3 well
ns man of business, the producer ns
well ns consumer, the laborer as well
its capitalist; and one of tho greatest
questions of tho future, ranking in im
portance with that of tho character of
our financial institutions, will bo to
solve tho degree of relationship which
tho railway system bears to tho gen
eral government and the extent to which
legislation may be judiciously applied
$ It is held by tho railroad corpora
tions that they should have the same
exclusive direction of their alTalrs as is
accorded to prlvato individuals in tho
conduct of their business, and this In a
ccrtnin and very large sense Is trua, but
in n matter of so much consequence as
tho regulation or commerce between
ihirty-cight Independent States nml tho
Territories, thero should certainly ba
j.omo general supervision of methods of
management vested In CongrcH, or in
nlody crentcd by Congress, in tho In
terest of tho people. The banking cor
porations nrc subject to legislative In
hibitions and checks and conditions.
Why should tho railroads bo restive
under tho prospect of conservative reg
ulation by statute V
Tin: .MKMOiti.vr, auoii.
Somo people cannot seo how a bridge
can be mndo memorial In its character.
Nothing Is more simple. Somo of the
llr.cst memorials In tho world nro In
Paris In tho nature of archca across the
streets. A bridge may bu constructed
in the form of an arch or series of
nrches and can bo rendered ns sag
.gcstlvo In its character ns nny form of
monument. Tho city of Hartford Is
showing this just now In the soldiers'
memorial nrch which Is being thrown
over ono of tho prominent streets,
Tho Hartford Time says that tho six
statues, which are to stand on the
pedestals at the level of the springing
of tho nrch, should bo of a historical
character, and that thero can bo no
dearth of subjects. What ono moro
fertile or appropriate than Is furiilshod
by the history of tho war for the
Union? The peoplo from nil ranks of
life responded to their country's call.
Tho fanner, the mechanic, tho profes
sional man becamo soldiers lu n day;
find nfler the great conlllet turned
peaceably to tho avocations of their
On tho frieze of tho Hartford nrch
lljcro nro already very fitting represen
tations. Thero nro citizens transformed
into soldiers lighting and dying for tho
I'nlou. Tho fanner Is seen turning
from Ids plow and grasping his sword.
Another very effective design is that of
u mason, with his head bandaged where
lie was struck, nnd now abandoning
Ids musket to rcsuiuo tho trowel.
In tho way of memorial art thero
could be no better or moro pronounced
results than such subjects suggest nnd
ho moro striking way of displaying
them than Is done upon the Hartford
nrch, except it be, as suggested by Thk
CniTic, upon tho arches of n bridge,
where nrt nnd use the glories of war
and tho fruits of peace nro perma
nently combined, nnd which In the case
of the proposed structure across the Po
tomac, would embody mi elonuenee
nnd liiMrurtlvencss to nil 'generations
Impossible to nny other bridge, over
nny other river at nny other point, or In
nny other country. This Indued would
bo tho Arch of the Union.
Tin: Heathen Cliluee Is certainly n
wily Individual. In San Francisco tho
authorities have been trying to execute
n law that Is Intended to prevent too
ninny of the celestials herding together,
it require that lodging-rooms shall be
of n rapacity to furnish n fixed number
of cubic feet of air to I'neh occupant.
The execution of the law wn, npplr
cnlly, somowluU successful; but now 11
Is found that Just as many Chinamen
as formerly sleep In one room. They
manage to do this nnd conform i- the
law by allowing one detail to sleep n
certain number of hours and then turn
ing them out to walk nround while
another contingent lakes Its suoo.e.
Another of General Grant's class
mates that was left out of the list given
by tho Philadelphia l'rc, was General
Franklin Gnrdner, who died hero
about three years ago. During tho
Mexican war he was adjutant of the
Seventh Infantry, and like Grant, saw
his first action at I'nlo Alto, ond was
in every action of that war with
Grant. It was ho who was bearer of
dispatches from General Scott bringing
homo the trcnty of peace. During tho
ltebelllon he joined the South, nnd
commanded nt Port Hudson.
Tin: reported break between Mr.
Tlldeu and President Cleveland, grow
ing out of the former's dissatisfaction
Willi the New York appointments,
probably has little existence outside of
the fertile imagination of tho reporter
who tells the story. The opinion upon .
tho subject which Tin: Uiinio prints
this evening Is from a gentleman of
high standing nnd intimately versed in
New York politics. "What he says may
not bo Gospel, but it's the next thing
Skvf.n ex-ships of tho United States
Navy were burned off Plum ilench, Long
Island, last night. Had they been alloat
nnd in commission, the loss, gauged by
what they cost tho Government in the
palmy days of good stealing, would
have run Into the millions. As it Is,
the vessels having been condemned and
sold, tho present owners will bo out
I'iiksidp.nt Adams of tho Framing
ham Savings Hank of Franilngham,
Mass., being unable to account for cer
tain "irregularities" discovered in the
nffnirs of tho institution by' the bank
commissioner, has been politely re
quested to resign. It is not improbable
that ho will soon join tho American
colony in Canada.
"Wn are gratified, though not nt all
surprised, to learn that tho President
instead of being laid up with Washing
ton "malaria" is In excellent health
nnd enjoying the pleasures of camp life
ns only n man of clear conscience nnd
found body can. Tho story of his ill
ness appears to have had no foundation
Tin: unfortunate Southern gentleman
who, being bitten by n rattlesnake and
told that he must choose between
whisky and death, chose death and
died, must be enrolled among the mar
tyrs if not among tho myths. It is un
necessary to state (hat ho did not reside
in tho Blue Grass region of Kentucky.
Is Tin: estimation of tho Boston
ftoieMr. John Boyle O'Hellly Is tho
man of nil others to write the memo
rial poem on Grant. Wo don't dlsputo
it, but there's a poet In New York, by
tho name of llollln M. Squire, Com
missioner of Public Works, who prob
"When Mr. Beecher says that Heaven
Is u plaeo of restless activity he presents
a picture of tho world to come that to
many peoplo wo know of will bo any
thing but Inviting.
(IIMC LOCAL STOCKS.
If any one thine; Is winding to show tho
stnlilllly of Investments In tlio National
Capital It Is 'the Increase In value of our
local (las, Insurance and Hallroad Stocks.
Ons stocks have gono up several points; In
surance stocks nro (Inn; Washington its
(Icorgetown Hallroad stock la out of tho
market. Holt and Columbia nro etllT, and
Metropolitan, under Its conservative, while
progressive management, Is In strong de
mand, lu view of tlio fact that Its increased
receipts may Justify Its being u four per
cent, stock In tliu near future.
.'l Ai,Ioiih to lie mi O 111 err.
Mr. James Howard of South Washington,
tlio )omig man who gave timely assistance
to Odlccr Dan Sheehan when lib, life was In
peril a few days since, denies that ho Is an
applicant for a portion on tho pollco force.
He Is at present employed as n driver of
"hemp's" Leer wagon, but Intends mine
an application for u position as driver of
one of tlio new patrol wagons or ambulance.
"Chris," Abner, his employer, will recom
mend his qualities as a driver as being llrst
cluss, uhllo his bravery lu saving tlio llfo
of the officer nt tlio ilk of Ids own should
be tho only Indorsement necessary to sotmio
him (lie appointment.
Mor.on'M .; Opera House.
'flie regular season will open at the Her
zog's Ninth Ktieet Opera Houso on Monday,
September 7, when that powerful drama
"Clnlro and tliu Forgo Master," will bo pro
duced with Miss Kathcrlno ltogcrs as tlio
star, (ircat preparations nro being made
for tlio opening performance, on which oc
casion on address will bo read by Miss
Hotels, written especially for tlio opening
by n prominent poet mid writer. Miss
Katbcrlno Kegel's will also Inaugurate Iter
H-ntou with tlio opening of Bering's, tlio
eoiopany being In nctlvo rcheaisal in New
Tlio tree bend low,
Tim iiutiiinii Blow
lu russet 1Imh'IhkIii to show
A fairy's touch on Je.ulet brood.
In waning gicojt
'1 l.o Acids tun ses?n,
While down Iho lime, Iho fnrjm betwodn,
There rclgnu tlio Klin; of Won.llaiul mi I;
A Mtn-crowneil rebuilt (lolilen nxl.
On rirenliiff (train
Looks as bu walks biwlilo tlio wain
tVliltuiluUuM'ni'ulli tliolioJutt-row not.
With Jiivlal soni;
In spurs alum;
Tbo brnwn-oyod oxen, moek and stroiiK,
Hut rtoops unit on Ids bat-brim broad
Kiitlirones a eprny of (iolilcn rod.
Hall! foMcn wnoil!
If your fair hcnd
Were pilei Is lid 1 by ilcli inen'ssreul,
All men would fain thy praises shut,
Ho let It ho-
(v.mMtlmii with mo
Whero skies nro blno itnd llfu U fr.m;
And where wo walk tho woo; In Hliall rlirr
Hall, ((olden rod ' tliu neaiiuitN kin.
- (t'liKu K, WoouwAiin,
Washington, August HI,
ii:oi'i.i: in rii:Ni:it.i,.
HtnitooATi: Dinim. (I. TJoi.t.tNs of New
York bin joined ex-President Arthur at
A sew story Is entitled tho "Kdllor's
Wnllft." Wo liavo not rend It, but wo know
II mint bo very Hat. Lowell Citizen.
Mim, W. II. Ooui'.N, formerly of Chicago,
but latterly of Now Yotk, has prosentod n
clilnicnf ten bells to the Trinity Cathedral,
nt Umnlin, Neb.
I'nom miii John y. Nnwnnuuvot Colum
bia College, New York, Is going as a dele
gate to the International (icologlcnl Con
gless which meets lu llcrlln Augusts,).
llnv. I.ansimi lie ituoL'iiiis, 1). 1)., of Au
gusta, (la., an clncpietit IlaptlttilMne and n
tuift iialiient eonuimiider In Plr Knhrht
Masonry, Is making his llrtt visit lu New
Co.mmamii:u WoonwAttii of the navy,
now nt fcnrntogii, Is expected to attend tlio
annual reunion of the Naval Veteran Asn
ilnllon of Connecticut at tfavlu Hock s!cp
ttmberlO. Mil, Moonv, tlio evangelM, will hold
meetings al the Newport Sknllng lllnk on
thelSMi, llOlhand :itt of this month. A
olunticr choir of about scventy-llvo singers
will Lu lu attendance each day,
1.ii:i;ti:nant IIowaiiii of Hartford will
stait for Canada September IS, hi chnrgo of
IboHitond Iteghiieut Catling Gun Platoon
of Comiictlcut, to show tho Canadians how
(be gun I? bundled. The trip will cover
about ten days.
Aii.miuai, lAco.Miu: and tho officers of tlio
Fiench frigate Vloro had such a rattling
good time on occasion of tho Iscro recep
tion In New York that they will not at all
oljcct to being oidered buck to th.it port.
Tlio ship Is expected about tho middle of
A ocNTi.r.MA?! who has recently taken
office In ono of tho Government depart
ments here says It takes whole hatfuls of
langungo to explain the bearings of tlio
clil service law to the horde of hungry
office-seekers. And then they arc not sutls
llid. Phlla. News.
SixiiktaiivJIanmno places no confidence
In the yarn about President Cleveland's Ill
ness. He and Mrs. Manning returned to
Watch Hill yesterday afternoon. Several
of tliu prominent sojourners paid their re
spects to Mr. Manning at the Kane Cottage,
where he was tlio guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Webster of New York.
Miss Wixom, known by her stngo name,
Kmma Nevada, Is to be married to Dr. Pal
mer, who was her secretary during her ie
cent American engagement, on October 1.
The ceremony Is to' take place hi the Kng-llsb-spcaking
ltomaii Catholic Church, lu
the Aveniio Hoche, Paris, where she em
braced Catholicism two jears ago.
Mas. Hr.ixx M, CiiAi'KM.n, secretary of
Sumner Corps, New York, has received a
letter of thanks from Colonel Frederick
Grant, dated Mount McGregor, thanking
her for the Idea of the design of a lloral
clock sent ns a tribute by tlio Women's Ho
lier Corps of New York and Hrooklyn. Ho
has ordered It to bu placed in the tomb.
W. It. Huntington, tho oldest American
resident of Paris, has made n second valu
able gift of Franklin pictures, medallions,
etc., with somo other Interesting matters,
to tho New. York Metropolitan Museum of
Art. Among them aro a full length of
Washington by Charles Wilson l'calo'aiid a
copy of an original pastel portraltot Frank
lin. A.MONfi Tim bright sayings of General
Giant which I have seen lu print his best
has been omitted. After Mr. Sumner had
criticised him so savagely, somo ono was
taking to Grant about atlicNm lu New Eng
land, ami icniarked: "Even Sumner does
not beliuvo in tlio Bible," "Why should
her" oulctly replied Grant, "ho didn't wrlto
It." lio-ton Globe.
Marquis lin Mom:?, who has just been
Indicted for murder by n Dakota grand
Jury, nt lived at tho Hoffman House, New
York, last evening from tho West, lie Is a
son-in-law of Mr. Von Hoffman, n Wall
stiect banker. Tho trouble In which ho Is
involved grew out of a fatal altercation
about two j ears ago with soma cowboys on
the Had Lands, lu which ono of the latter
Tub lluffalo TVmcahas anew outfit, and
shows decided marks of Improvement In
E. S. I.AMimiiT sailed from Now York on
Tuesday to tnko editorial chaigo of thu
Panama ,S7r and JleruUl.
Tun Iltiflinmn Jouriuit, published nt
Clearfield, l'n., has Just entered upon the
thirty-second year of Us existence.
Tin: IIauti'uud (Conn.) Tilcgtam has
been sold to 11. 1!. ifayden, Its treasurer,
for $J,10U outsldu of n mortgago of ifSO.OOO.
II. J. STAiii.r. of thy Gettysburg (Pa.)
C'vmpihr celebrated tho fortieth anniversary
of his management of that excellent paper
on iucstiay jasi.
Tin: Danville (Va.) llcglstcr, ono of thu
most enterprising dally papers hi tho South,
has been enlarged to twenty-eight columns,
and Is evidently thriving, Its present pro
prietors mo. J, ltlchnrd i.ewellcu nudW. S.
Tin: lluffalo Jrin'ij7'(fm;)i has expired
by limitation, its circulation, good will and
material passing Intntbohandsof E. II, But
ler, proprletnr cf tho llvcn'wj A'cim, .Mr.
Scilpps says tho T humph has sunk $05,(100
slncult was started.
Tliu Coi.rjiiius (Ohio) Tlvm has boon
enlaigcd to an eight-column paper and
clothed in a new dress. Tho paper la said
to loon a pajlng basis, with uu cueour.ig
Ing outlook lor tlio futuru and no favors to
ask of the politicians.
Tiicnn is to in: it icarrangenient of tho
Boston 1'ntt company, n chango of manage
ment and more money put Into It. It Is a
paper of honorable recoril and was n power
In tho past. Why should It not regain Its
old-time influence and aseendeneyr
The Ueliciii'Niil of'Tnlly-IIn."
Tho full-dress rehearsal at Ford's, Opera
House last night was a treat to tlio scleot
audience specially Invited, and certainly
must have been exceedingly satisfactory lo
Mr, Downing as well ns to tho author of tlio
play, .Mr. Joaipiln Miller. 1 ho farce of "A
Iteguhirl'lx" preceded "Tally-Ho," and the
comparison showed the gieat tango of Mr.
DoiMilng's versatility. Tho changes mado
by the Poet of tho Sierras have greatly fill
ptoved tho play, ami thu dramatic situations
uro very much stiougcr than before.
The Kcecptlmi to (lie IniMutry.
Ihu members of tho Washington Light In
fantry, who were uiinbloto accompany tho
corps on their encampment nt Capo May,
mo making preparations for a grand recep
tion to the corps on their arrival home noxt
Monday evening, Tliu corps will bo mot at
tliu demt by nu escort of the "stay at
homes" and u delegation of business men,
and escorted to their armory, where a
sumptuous repast will awnlt them, On tho
marcn irom tna iiepnl lo the armory along
Pennsylvania avenue they will ba greeted
by a profiibo pjrntcehnlcaf display.
T OST-ON AUtll'bT I(, ON' AVBNUBOU
.Ij 1" street cur, pnpera liniiortiint only to
tho widow of (leu, Harnett; reward. I.n.ivo
iitllt'M list n w. ati-J 1 -a t
T OST-AUfl. 'JO, LADY'li fiOM) WATIM!
I j ami chain with modal ntt.ichod, marked
St. Vincent School, mid owner's 11:11110. A
liberal ruward will bo paid If returned toll)
(I St 8 U. IlUV'l-St
T ost--in ci;ntiii: maiikct a ladiiis'
J j Bohl watch nnd chain; tho llnlerwlll bo
luwnriled liyrutiiriiliiictnliHIMntiiw. nu'iwt
,lj AiiBUnt 10, mi al st.. bet. 1! and H. earn.
II1111 mimic; Under will return tntXJH.'id st. h.ii.
and Ket rewurd. iiiil"-llt
WANTKD-TO KXCHANdKNUW' STOVES
T V for old piios at Hutler's Move EioIkuibo,
corner Mh and K sta. hinoky chimneys cured
or uo pay. Moves exchanged for crooorloi.
Old stoves bouKlit,
BSf Till" I'Al'HIt IS l'MNTHI)
IXT'ElIIOlt tOl'l'lllt-JtlXLI) MKTAL TYl'U
SAIIOU.HAVl.Vrt HYST1JM OP INTL'lt
CHAXOIiAIILi: TYPE llODIIK
JOHN (1. JIENOEL Si CO.,
TYPi:rotr.Ti:itS, IIMXrritOTYPKItS K.V
(IHAVKIIS And dealers In
l'HINTLTI.'f SltlTI.IUM, .1011 AND CYLIN
PKK l'HIMSKS AND MAU1IINUUY.
bend for IMIinatc.
ni (IIIIIMAN STIIKIVr,
pTWd.lOIIT WKKII1T DEItllY HATS,
l'ur tho early Vail Trade, S'L.W, SI, 81 and S3.
l'.M.I, STYLE MIMC HATS
Special Attention Invited to Our
II. X. STINEMETZ A SO.V,
nuts 14)7 l'enna. Avenue.
CHAMPS IN STOMACH
CEUTAIX CIIOLEIIA CUHL',
A. IIIIOWN,l. O.IIox-1.
XotMng like It. Jy4l
Bri:coxoMy and sai-ety.
1'or Vapor Stoves nso only
Tor tho Ilcst Stove buy tho DANFOnTI!.
DANPOHTIt FLUID CO.,
Jy2l 703 Ninth st. n. w.
PATENT MINNESOTA FLOUR.
For solo only by
II. Q. KEYWOKTII,
ri2l) Seventh St., Solo Proprietor.
-"WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO.,
01(1 l'enna. Avo. Northwest.
Tho Company will rent small private safes
riHE AND llUHOLAlt-PItOOF VAULTS
from $," tnSlliO, nceordlnir to slzo.
SilM'i' l'hitu and articles of vnluomaybo
stored and Insured for any length of tlmo nt
ery rcasonablu ehnrt'es. jo3-3m
(r-ssj-KI'PA 1IUNTON .JEFF ClIANDLEIt
IlUt of Vlwlnla. of Missouri.
Will practice In tlio Supremo Court of tho
United States, tho Court of Claim", tho courts
of tho District of Columbia, bcfnru tho Com
mittees of Cunpri's and tho Departments.
Ottlees Xos. U7, !)8 nnd Uu Corcoran llulld
f,-!3.TIIK DEST MEALS IN THE CITY
tj ONLY LTi CENTS.
Excellent lunch 1(1 ami in cts.
THE OAHI'IELD DININO-UOOMS,
DOS V St. 11. w.
Ttnnms for rent. Strictly (ompcr.mco.
JfJI-tr W. T. CHU.M1', Proprietor.
1728 Penna. Avo. N. W.
IIESTAUHANT A LA CAItTE.
Summer board Hy tho week, $,"; by tho
month, gi!2. inyl-3in
To nil who nro stiff crliur from tho errors nnd
Indlieivtluns of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, Ins of manhood, .to.. 1 will end
This iireat remedy was discovered by 11 mis
sionary In South America. Send 11 selt-iul-ilreseil
envelope to tho llov, Jos. T, Iiiin.m,
Station 1), Now York City.
USTIN P. I1IIOWN',
JIEAI, ESTATE AM) LOANS,
1 1211 V Street Northwest.
HOUSES roil SALE.
Cor Muss nvo and l.'ith st, 12 rs. mod
Imps; large attic; upon llre-plnoo
In each loom; furnace, n water
closets and passenger elevator,
Tei 111s tny S 18,000
New 3-story and Imenieiit bouse, situ
ntcd on Iowa Circle; mod Imps,
Terms easy S1D,500
Tlirco-story and hncmcnt lionso, 13
in, uu N tt 11 w, bet 17th and lath
Ms; mod Imps. Terms easy- $10,000
Larj;o double 1111110 on Vt avo, bet K
mid Lsts; mud Imps $T),000
New bouse corner IIIjjrs nnd 13th sts 11
w; buHdlns will bo ready lor no
eiipimcy In two weeks; mod Imps.
Tcimseasy. (10) S1J.O00
Stcro nnd dwelling cor 9th nnd Q sts n
w. Tcrma eaiy. (Ill) S1.000
Two-'lory brick houie. No. 019 lOlhst
ne, bet l-'nnd (I ti; 7rsimd bath,
Teimsensy. (13) S3.O0O
Two finir.o bouses and stable on Ornnt
nvo 11 w, bet Uth mid lUth sts; lot
15xlW. (I,) 81, C01
TwoS-htoiy l(iii-cs on lltos stnw;
near lStli; nil mud Imps. Ternn
eusy. (I'.i) Each 81,000
Lai'Ko S-klury and Dnllili basement
buitsu on O st, bet lUth and -Olli 11
w. Terms easy 8",S00
Three-story Emillsh basement house,
is w. mod Imps; lotavxlftJ; S water
.., . ..1 1. ..I... n.u. 1, !.,.
Vl, -vin ., uat II-,, , jus, , ai, ii-it
istli nnd 1:1th. Will exchange for
small houso $i),(Y
Three-story nut! bnscment houso with
stable 1111 M st, bet loth and lltli 11 .
w; mol Imps, Tcuns eniy S-W,000
New 3-story huiisc, vUlh bay-window,
on 1, st, bet iflnt nml il'. 11 v; 10 rs;
mod Imps. 130) 7,000
New 3 story house, with bay-window,
mi 1. st, bet Slat and d 11 w; 10 rs;
lot lUxtr, to ulley. (30) SO.OW
Lurgo double houso on L st, bet 13th
i.ixl lltli ids 11 w; 13 rs; mod Imps.
Thrco il-story nnd basement housca on
P st n w, near cor 1Mb; mod Imps,
TwohoiiH'j mi II st n 0, bet Oth nnd
;th; mod Imps. (Hi) Each S-1,300
?WO bouses uiil'st n w, betCthlllid
7th; mud Imps. HW SI,SOJ, Sl,500
Largo houso mid rcvcrnl tlinusiiivl feet
of ciuiind uu 1i.Hi st, near Scott
Thtce-slory huuso on JI st n w, bet 0th
nnd 10th ids, nnd stable: mod Imp.
Threo-stnry houso on M st 11 W. bet Oth
mid luih els, mid stable; mod Imp, '
Lurco double houso on Mass live, bot
I .III and ISIh sts; larvo stnblo mid
IniL-c side lot; houso nnd sldolot
cnibrnclnji ll.WX) fcot of grounilj
mini Imps $70,000
Six 8-story houses, now htilhlln?, on
Villi, near Tst n w: H rs, bath and
rellar: Wi lect tiarkiiiK; lots 17Wx
10; will bo rciiily lor occupancy In
about two months $5,500 to $3,003
Five new press-brick houses, with bay
windows, on ssth st 11 w, cor J' st;
houses contain dhiluurouui, kltch
in, coal room, double parlor (lull
depth of house), library, thvcu bod
mums mid bath; larao closets, kus
fixtures, mantels add mirrors; bits
ltix'S to alloy 55,500 to ST.OOO
House No. 315 irSt 11 w, bet Sd and 31
sts; lot i.'lx.'5; 3-story brick with
Btabiu, W7) $0,000
House on lOlh st, bet P anlQ, lira;
mod Imps; will tnko other prop
erly hi part payment $13,003
Four houses uu 15th st, bet i and H;
mod Imps $),500 to 0,500
Vacant property In nil sections of tlio city
Will sell at public auction nt the Uian onino.
KtTrihst. w .,11 HAT! IIIIAY, AtKIUBl'DI.
16f5, nt 7 p. in., n nrgn nnd varied msortimint
Of unredeemed pledge", eonsNtlng of Ladles'
nnd dent's (.'old nnd silver Watches, Open
nnd limiting Cac, Hold Chains nnd Neck
laces, (lold Enrrlnas, Pin;, bracelets, Cronos,
Plain and Set HIiikj, Lockets. Ihltlotn, Solid
silver nnd Plated Wnro, Jllrror", Carpels,
Hubs, blanket", Flutes, Cutlery, Vallsm,
PiKiks, Carpcnlers' Tools, Cloth and Silk Pat
terns, Lndlon' Coats, circulars and Dnltmns,
Cent's Coat,Pant and Vcsls.Lndlcs' Dresses,
l)rrrnats nnd Ulsters, Khnosniid llools.Oiuis,
llevoliers, Fmbrcllns, clocks, llilitos. Cornets,
.Mtilcnl Instruments of all kinds, Tablecloths
and Albums. Parties holdlntf tlckels pleaso
nnlli.lt 1007 Seventh street.
r iiioiiT's j'ONdM.TiAr Tofuyr wash
V for Hath, Nursery and slelc-ronin; !
ccnls; nil dniKulsts, mwi-.1t
T AIHES-MYKLECTItlO NEEDLE IS THE
.1 J only process which positively destroys
sitperlliious hair by kllllintthorootslnstnntfy,
lrnvlni! no ninrks whatever; wrlto for pir
tlciiliirsi fifflco hours alter !! p in: all day on
Sundays. -Madame (bibrlcl, No. (Ill) (I st 11 w.
UK.' Ol'l'l'.tt. To Introduce thorn, wo
will (HVE AWAY I.ink) Self-Opernllne
Washing Machines. If you want 0110 send
us voiir imine. IM). nnd ovnress ntllen nt
ur.co, The National Uo,, 23 Day st,, H, Y.
TI.OYD'S 2.1C WAS1IINC.TON EXPHESS;
J baKCHKO delivered to all parts of tho city,
railroads, steamboats, etc.; furniture care
fully removed; sowlinrinnchlncs, tyno-wrlters,
etc., bundled with care; trunks taken to nny
putt of tho houso without extra charge: per
sons returning to tho city can lcivo their
checksnt cither oflleo. Telephono No. 5101.
Olllccs, 1((0 !' st 11 w and 4S1 Pa nvo n w,
iin-.11 -at; JOIIXO. 1IAWLEY, Proprietor.
7"1H01IT-S POND I.1LV TOILET WASH
1 for Until, Nursery and Hlck-rnmni St
ecnts; all iltupclsts. niissilt
NICIIOLS' VEOET.MILE IIAIIt LOTION.
Kimoves damlriilli allays Itohlnit; euros fe
vers, tenderness, soreness and nil scalp dis
cuses; stops thu hair from falling out; pro
motes Iho growth of tho hair; ffiio. a bottle.
For snloat bath room U. S, Patent oniooiind
nt laboratory, raillst.n.e., Wnslilncton, 1).
WILL THE TWO OENTLUMEX WIIO
11 roilo In n hcrdlo with a gcntloinan who
got In nt the United Stntes Hotel about 11:30
p.m., 27th of .Inly, 1885, who comnlalnu.l of
carelessness of dt (vers nnd was Injured, call
No. IVtl I'lcrco Place; tho party Inlurod left
tho hcrdlo at 1st and East Capitol st, aitUXit
ATTENTION (HltLM AND HOYS-DO YOU
want to learn to draw, but think you
havn no taslo or talent for drawing, coma to
the National Academy of Flno Arts, 17)1 N.
Y. live., cor. lflhst. Instructions free Satur
day mornings fur n month, lleccptlons freo
Wcdncsdny evenings at H u'cluck. anls-'lt
HOME-MADE PICKLES, JELLIES AND
Preserves; prepared for families In lnrgo
or small quantities, nccoidlng to order, mid
satisfaction giiaruutccd, Address .Miss (lem
mill, limMlist.ii. w. iml7-3t
"ITritlOHT'S POND LILY TOILET WASH
I for Hath. Nursery and Sick-room: S3
cems; nu (irnggism.
OLD PICTUHES COPIED CAREFULLY;
elegant, well-dnlslicd work; any slzo or
style; good faclllllcs; prices low. National
Ca pltal Copying Company, 1)27 Pa avo.
TTCXCIILNtOU CLOCK ItEPAIlttNO DEPOT,
Jl j No. I13S Pn nvo east; all orders promptly
attended to; nil kinds of clocks for sale on
monthly or weokly payments.
nuto-'Jm .1. 0. IlATIM.
DOES IT SEEM POSS111LE TO OET A
llrsti hiss meal for 2.1 or lBo, wlnsn you
could not buy tho crude materials lu tho mar
ket for St J well, sir, tho Forsyth Cafo.ntH
loth st. does servo OOP biicIi meals ovcry day.
CIVIL SEIiVICE EXAMINATION. QIJES
tlonsnud answers lu nil sutijocts. Send
TEN cents. Ivy Institute, 800 K sts n w.
TYY1MVIIITINO DEPAUTMENT; EXPEIIT
OPEHATOlls; second-hand typu-wrltcrs for
side; nil kinds: telephono No. lW-S. "CAM
OIIAl'H OFl'lCi:," l&l F St. JG!-Jf
I? H. YOUNGS, STEAJt CAHI'IST CLEAN
' lng und renovating works; feathers ren
ovated, mattresses mado over, ruriilttiro
steamed and moths destroyed. 1 122 Pa. avo.
Factory, curncr nth and It sts. s. 0. J0I8
TAMES UUTHEHFOHD, DEALEH IN FINE
t Family (irnccrlcs and Provisions; also
Wlacs and Liquors, OOO I) st. n. w. Spe
cialty made of Pure Aldcn Fruit Vinegar.
T7"IIKI1IT-S POND LILY TOILET WASH
IT for Hath. Nursery and Kick-room;:!!
cents; all druggists. auSJtlt
DIb LEON, TIIEOLUE-JT ESTAHL1SHED
and only reliable. Ladles' Physician In tho
city, can bo consulted dally, 401 O st bet. dVfi
and (Ith st.n.w. Prompt treatment. Corro
snondcuco and consultations strlcllv oontl-
dcntlal. Separuto rooms for ladles. Odlco
always open. Joj
"PATTEHSON STILL SEKV15S THOSE EX
X cellcnt meals for IB cts. Call und try. Lo
Droit Dining Uooms, 812 F st. n. w. my28
JL. KEItVAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE.. EN-
gnivcr. Plato and CO visiting cards, SO
cents; 00 cards fiom sntno plato,'tr coots; 100
cards printed from plato. 7fi cents.
All Diseases Cured.
oolfl Cor. Jifi.stjJiiidJId.javo. s. w.
LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY"
aro perfectly safo and always nffcctuil.
Sealed iiurllculars 20. tVllcox Speclllu Jledl
clno Company, Philadelphia. Pa.
LADIES -PENNYItOYAL PILLS ("CHI
Chester's English"), tho only genuine, sate
certain mid effectual. Sealed particulars lu.
Chichester Chemical Co., 23 1U Madison sa.,
Philadelphia, Pn. J via
FOR SALE AMDJREHT.
11 EAL ESTATE HULLctIn '
THOS. E. WAOOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TIIHEE-STOItY IIKICK AND FUAME
HOUSES FOll SALE,
fi-.-Olltlist.bli, mod Im.Plrs SU.OTO
71V Mil st.lili, mod Im, 17rs H.Sll
Till Mil st, lib, mod tin, 17 rs ll.-.M J
,S3fcthst,bli, mod Im, 17 rs 11,!! tl
1013 10th st, b h, moil Im, 10 rs ll.tD,)
1)17 II st.bh, mod Im, Kirs 111,5)0
TSSSIstst, bh, mud Im, lJrs ,oM
(dllN Vine, bh. mod Im, l'li'd (1,0.10
(K31 st, bh, land Im, 13 rs H.-VKI
hioi st, b h, mud Im, 10 rs 7.0S1
TWO-hTOIlY IlllICi; AND FHAJIE HOUSES
Soulhenst und southwest,
ICfinnd 108 11th st s w, b h.inod hn,9 rs. .St,fA1
515 11th st so, f li,8rs S.iinj
1211 l'n ntet h , 1 h, Nrs S,330
U15 1st s w mid thrco houses lu rear, fh
SIS and 31 1 M stow, f h, Irs 1,0
111 and 113 A sts e, lib, u rs 1,501
74Si;ilistsu, bh, Irs 1,WI
KUHUtstse. f h, lis - 1,oim
ItHandllOMlis-tsw, f b, 3rs I,il
807, cut) and 311 Jl st s w, b h, I is 1.00J
U.NI.MPIIOVED PltOPEItTY FOU SALE.
Corll nnd 11th sts 51o
lOtbsl, Let HundC Slu
(lib st, bete and I) 17o
llhst, bet Kiiinl 1 10
(1st, bet N Cap mid 1st - 13o
(lEOEOETOWN PIIOPEHTY FOltSALE.
ICSSillstst.iaodlm, 17 is 310,00)
KUltlNst, bh, mud Im, ISrs H..VI.I
Congiess, bet Stoddard nnd ltoad sts.... 5,nl
(II I'ayitlost, 10 is s,vu
Tudor Palace, Valley st, bet Hhodos and
HOUSES FOlt HUNT.
Northwest. Per .Month.
Mieist stnw, 10 rs s'lOoi
1310 CoreoiPii st 11 w, 10 rs 50 m
lUilLstu w.inl, 10 rs MM
IJI M stnw, 11 rs 10 no
HSO.-lSdst, 111 1, 11 rs 3t(U
4.viMnssnv, ml, 10 rs 35 im
mil PWst.urs nt no
SI-.'I Kst, ; rs 3loi
K'3 Jhl uvo s w, 11 is 30 no
KOMi P stnw, 11 rs 31)01
S3Eht,ml, His SHU
715 tilth st, Sr SKI)
2313 list, (lis Slim
IHU isthst.m I, His slim
V3I5H st n w, in I, rs si 11)
1337 Vst, Ors SIBJ
STS I Jlst, ml, ors si 60
JSIOlUtliRtll W, 3 IS IH0J
lOHWst n w, iiis van
In sums to suit at II per cent,
ThonlHiio Is only a small imrtionof prop.
erly 011 my books, I'm full list call at iillleo
for bulletins Issued on 1st und 1Mb,
MONEY TO LOAM.
inATOSBOO T(I1I),(K)(I, ANDLMlOKH
HjJUU sums mi real ostato; Unvojt r.itcm
call now. WJl.l'.HOLTC.M AN, Attorney, I HI
V st. n, w. lrJ-iyt
IUAVE MONRY TO I.OS.N OX (1000 ItKVL
estato or mllatsral security nt lowost ratua
of Intnrest. No delay wnxn security lsod,
O.O, (IKEEN, boom 1, Ilremon'B UultiHng,
cor, 7th and La, avo. uplltt
AM U SEM ENTSV
I)A(!I'.S HY C'AM'IIMI I.KJIf Tt
FAST TIMi:, IlKIOllDs IIIIOKIIX.
COllNEH NINTH AND S STS.
Monday Night, August 24,
-A.t S o'olools.
AME1I1CAN IIECOUDS" TO HE IIEATEN.
SO-Mllo Unco between JOHN IIIIOOHS. elnm
jilon of Peiitisjlvnnln. and W, Jt. wool).
SIDE, (hnmptiin of Kuglnnil. A purso of
Slid Is to bo glvcil If Iho American record Is
6-Mllo Unco (Illcyclo vs. Tricycle), II. W.
HKillA.Moiiatrlcyclo. T. W, ECK on a bl
cyele, when lllahamwlllnttcmpttob-attlia
world's tricycle I ecntil of 10 lain, S.1 see.
llnlf-Jlllo Heat Handicap, MLI.li. AHMAIN
HO, el.ami.loii lady bicyclist, vs. T. W, ECK
Onc-MlloT Hnndlenp between LOUISE Alt
MAINIIO. IIA1IUV ItlOHAM.J.NO. IIUOOKS,
WM. 11. WOODSIDE nnd T, V. ECK, and
tSTThoso will bo Iho first races glvon In
Washington nt night, thus giving nil mi op
portunity lowliness thoso celebrated wheel
men. The truck will bo Illuminated,
ADMISSION ONLY 2.1 CENTS.
Stand, S3 cents oxtrn. Hoys' Corner, 10 eont.
dates open at 7 o'clock. lurW-at
WEEK OPAUriUHT SI.
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATt'ltDAY
Engagemciit of tVashlngton's Fuvmlte,
ROBERT L. DOWNING,
In tho new version of Jonquln Miller's drama,
nnd tho jopiilnr farco, "A HI'.flULAIt FIX,"
assisted by a company of well-known ability.
Monday Evening, Souvenir petfonmuice,
lOOIli nppcaranca of Mr. Downing us
TUESDAY, llenellt K. nf P.
WEDNESDAY, llenellt I. O. O. F.
TIIUHSDAY. llenellt Emmet lluurds.
llox Qllleu open, 1111 10.10 1
MIAUUH'S (Intuit Oper11-H01.se.
Eiery Evening. NoMatlnoo.
Jlnnik Winston ns DunnaJuanita.
Her Last Appearance This Season.
Engagement Extraordinary for This Woo'e of
Also.IAMESHElLEY. .1EII1IY HAltT.ANDY
AMAN and MINNIE EVEHETT.
Coino Once, Ymi'fl Como Again 1
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Ailctrllmnenti of 'lhrft Lines under thlt head
lata led three timet for S3 ctnlt.
rANTED-100r.I)TII ST N W, A CIOOD
girl for general housework; small film-
lly; 110 children; call alter 5; references re-
rANTED-A tVO.MAN TO COOK. WASH
nun iron; npruy iinmcuiniciy ne nsrj .
st 11 w. Hcferenees required.
rANTKD-A WOMAN FOll OENEHAL
It housework In a small family; refor-
ences required. 131S 10th st 11 w. ntr.'J-3t
fANTED-A ITIIST-CLASS LAUNDHKSS
unincoiniciy. Ap uy in uus 1 st. 11. w.
Ailttrtlnmtnh of Tire Lines under thli heat
inurhil tlnte timet for 2t cent.
AT ANTED-1 JIM EDI ATEI IyTTTioY TO
V do composing und press work; must
understand the business, Apply lit 1117 Olh st
i'Sd Insinnl or thereafter, iinvtl-'U
XT ANTED IIY A YOl'NC, COLOIIEI) MAN,
Y Willi tho best of references, a situation
ns drill r or wultor. Addicts Harry Cold,
Critic ofilcc. nu'.l 3t
ArANTED-l)HESS-MAKlN(l IN PHIVATE
IT finnlllcs by tho day or week. Address
L..MtS3 l)th stnw. nniM-at
WANTED-AN INTELI.KIEXT SINOLE
colored lady to net ns housekeeper; 0110
tbnt understands mii'lo preferred. Address
Karl Kruger. Crllhi ollice. iui'.'3.3t
"lAfANTED-A STOUT COLOIIEI) HOY TO
I go n short illstniicaln (ho cnimtry: ono
that utideittnnds the euro of burses. Apply
Mitiirelur to Jl, II, Hunter, 170 K at n w.
WANTED A ITHST-CLASs DINIXO
room server, white or black, at 1)11
New Yin k nvo. nu 15-llt
WAMTED SITjj IATI0MS;jwx
Adieithementt of Three Line) under thl) head
Intel ted thiet timet for S3 cent.
r-ANTHD-SITUATION UY A ItELIAIILE
1 1 colored woman, forgoneral liousuwnrk
or nurse nnd second girl, Address Jl It, 503
ith st n w. nttlS-ilt
TrANTi:i)-SITUATION-SlX YEAHS' EX
11 perlenco lu It It Commissary; prefer
place n salesman or drummer hisoinawholu
salehouse; best icfercncos furulshnd from lain
employers. Address.). W. Woolfulk, O.ikbmil,
Louisa Co.. Vn. null-lit
Adrertltonentt of Three Unci tinier this heail
iiiHited lime tlnittfvr'Mient.
,NTED-8-IIOOM HOUSE, JIOD IMPS,
wnter, until, gas; near cars; northeast
or northwest; fur prlvato family; rent not to
exceed $30. A. it.. Critic ollice. tui-.'it
"ITrANTED-IlY A YOUNO OEXTLEMAN,
It 11 fmnlshcd room, wllh or without
board; near .Metropolitan Itnllrnad; prlvato
family preferred; references exchanged. W.
F. Wooliird. Crlllo ollleo. iiuW-3t
rANTED-DWELLIXO HOUSE, WITH
V store and stable; suitable for tho gro
cery business, Address (I, Crlllo ollleo.
I' HICE, NO, 100 MAINE AVENUE; OA1I
J. pets lo clean, inattroJucs remade;
leal hers renovated.
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Adttilhementt of Three Llnenuiuler thlt head
(nulled Ihi ee Hint for S3 cent).
"IOHHENT-I UOOMS ON FH1ST FLOOlt;
J? puitly furnished; dollghlftil bu.itlon;'
parties wllhuul children preferred; lent lu
iidvnncc; references; curs pass tho door; Ad
dress C. II. II., LMIloofllee. im.v.'3t
17011 HENT-To" (IEXTLEMEN, HALL
:. room; two squnros from Pension oflleo.
.l'.-.'3d st 11 w; refcieiiccs, milS-.'lt
-170U HENT-Fl'HNISllEI) Oil UNFHIt
4? nlsli.il cninmiiiilcntlug rooms; soiitheru
tixposuic; wllh or wtohout board, W (1st 11
170H HEXT-TilltEE UNFUHNISHED
J? comiuiinlcatluK rooms; all mod Im: would
rent for $10 to 11 permanent tenant. No. P-'K)
1 SI h st n w. nnll-at
1011 1IENT-1I00JIS FI'ItNISIIF.D OH UN
; fiuulshed, on till llouv; southern ex
1 nsurc; convenient lo cars, and herdles p,tsi
the door; thutlnoit view In tlia'clty. Atiply
J) 1st s (i.. cur A. aiillslt
w FOR SALE L0TSv
Adeeitlteniiiitt of Three Lines under thlt head
Irmeiled three timet Jor St centt.
?0H SAI.E-HEAUTIFUL SU1IUHI1AN LOTS
!5xl (10 feet, front hit? Illndcnslmrg Turn-
nlke. In sight of street-cars. SHOD: SlODcasb.
Iinhinco $." per month. Neat 5-room oottngos
built lit lowest contract rates; $100 cash,
balance In 5 years, or monthly payments If
THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
Jy7 Dill F st.. Uooms 5 and (1.
Hnndsomo corner lot. near Scott Clrolo. nt
Two lots, on ltltli stroet, near Scott Clrolo,
at GO cents less than adjoining ground.
Dcslrnblo ground lu Ithndo Island nvonuo,
near Connecticut avenue, at reasonable rates,
New and substantial corner dwelling, near
lliipout Circle, containing 1!) rooms, $11,01)0.
Ditto, near Hrltlsli Legation, 17 rooms,
Several dcslrnblo country placos noar tho
WM. P. YOUNO,
JolO-tf 1303 F sticet.
X1 lly AUSTIN P, IIHOWN,
112(1 F st. 11. w.,
4(1,000 feet of ground on Kith st. n. w bet,
Scott Circle and It st.,uml 1 10,000 feet on N.
II, nvo., Let. Dupont Clrolo nnd L t. Several
llrsbclnsalmiises, ranging In price from 81(1,
000 to Sioo.uoo, p Joiotf
FOR SALE HOUSES.
Tj.lOIlKAI.i:- AT IIYATI'SVILI.E, Ml).. AT
.1' room e ul t ago house, barn, outbuildings,
f 1 ult nnddinumoiitnl ehadotrcosi.good water
at Iho door, wllh two ueiesof mound; near
tho depot. For further Information call on
thoinnlscsoron.M. L. Llttlclield, 1S31 tsih
s 1 11 w, aulWli
irOIt HALK-HItlCK HOUSE No lDDSDTIt
J.1 st n w, 1) rooms und basement; rango,
bitrnbcs, etc,; finished In hard wood; price
$u,in(); small cash payments, A Lloyd, tliu
4H st u w. Jy8
MOONLHUIT EXCUHSIOX HY (IKACE M.
E. CHI licit on tho steamer Corcoran,
Monday, August SI, to INDIAN HEAD nnd re
turn, without Inmllnir. LeavnTlh'st. wlinrf nt
flp. in., K turning al 10:Ki. Uefreshments for
tide by the Indies, Tickets 85c, atiSISi
Tlio owners of tho steamer W. W. Colt
COHAN linvo ptu chaed and will assiunotho
ir.aiinKemcnt of JIAUSIIAI.L HALL. Dally
morning excursions will bo given especially
for Lndles nnd Children,
Absnluto order will bo preserved on tho
grounds, tho table furnished with nil tho mar
ket affords, lunches scried, and Ice, fruit and
milk always on band.
Slcoiner lenves every mnrnlngat lOo'clock,
returning nt I o'clock p. m. Fare, 23 cents for
round trip to (llymont and Marshall Hall.
Children, 15 cents. je8tf
IIAIMX POINT. OlIAl'llb POINT.
Long Hrnnch of thoPotomao.
iiMi Hours nt tho iieacli.
Commencing with Juno 2S, thu STEAMEIt
OEOHOK .LAW will loavo dally (oxcept Jinn
days, Fridays and Saturdays) frum stoamcr
I.eary's wlnufnt S:ir. n. m. slinrn. rctitrnlint
lifflo p, in. I'nro for trip, B()e. Jfcnls rOu, nt
tho Point, Professor Shroclor's orchostrn,
Oco. W, DAUElt, owner steamer Oco, Law.
Iho stcam-packct EXCELSIOU will mako
regular trips during tho season tnthonbovo
tiolnts oiery SUNDAY, TUESDAY mid Fill
day, leaving her wharf; comer of High st. and
Cnnal, at H o'clock a, in. sharp. Faro for
round-trip nUo, Doat can bo chartered on al
ternate days, l'ur Information apply at otllca
of J. (baud J. Jt. WATK11S, 11)17 lllghst.,
THE OUEEN OF WATERINO PLACES,
Is 1 cached by tbo
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
TWO IIOUUS FHOJI PHILADELPHIA.
I'ASTKXl'ltES.S TltAlNS. with Parlor
Curs attached, aro run during tlio season at
convenient hours. Passengers arrive at the
Now Ilroail street Btnl Ion, Philadelphia, whero
Union Transfer Coaches and 1 torso Cars trans
fer them direct to tho station of tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt tho foot of Jlarltet street.
Fur tickets, baggage chocks and full Infor
Northeast corner Thirteenth street and
Station llultlliioro & Potomac Itullronil
CHAS. E. PUOH,
J. It. WOOD,
General Passenger Agt.
i:xi'iti:ss TitAiNS kun Tintounii
WITHOUT STOPS IN
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R.,
From Station foot of Vino street.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
From Station foot of Jtarkct strcot,
Aeccsslblo from Washington by tho through
trains of tho
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR
From tbo Now Ilroad street Station of tlio
Pennsylvania Hallroad, at Philadelphia, Street
Cars will convey passengers direct to tho
est Jcrsoy Hallroad Station. Union Trans
fer Coaches to tho station of tlio Camden &
For through tickets, baegago checks and
full Information upply us follows:
Northeast corner Thirteenth Ktreotnnil
Station llaltlmnro & l'otimiuo Itiilliond.
CHAS. K. PUOH, ,1. H. WOOD,
General JIanagcr. General Passenger Agt.
1885 13XCU1,SI SDASON 18g5
HAI.TIJIOIti: & OHIO ltAIT.ItO.VI.
EVEltY JIONDAY. Commencing JUNE 22, to
Hound-trip Hate, $1 ..10. Limited to 500 per
sons. I.envo Wai.hlngton ut 8 a. m. ltoturn
lng, nrrlvo at 8:::o p. in.
EVL'UY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc
ing JUNE 2:1, to
Harper's 1'orry nnd llyrnes Island,
On tho Potoinao.
Ilound-trlp Unto, $1. Limited to 200 per
sons. Lento Wnslilnglon 10.03 u.m. ltoturn
lng, arrive at 7.-20 p. m.
EVEHY WEDNESDAY AND EVEHYOTIIEn
, I.UHAY CAVIIKNS,
Commencing JUNE 21. Itound-trlp Hate,
(!l.riO. I.cavo Washington BiUO u. m. Ho
turning, arrlvo at tlilB p. in.
Eveiy ticket calls for a reserved seat on
these excursions. Sccuro your tickets at 010
nml lil.il Penna, avo., and at depot mi the
morning of tlio excursion. JolU-tf
LOIVKK OKDAIt POINT.
The Popular Watering Placo of
Tho safe, swift and magulllcentstcamer AH
MENIA wlllleavo her wharf, font of 7th St.
dally, except Saturdays, at I) a. in., returning
ut I) p. m.
Armenia stoni at Alexandria on J10NDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS nnd l'HIDAYSonly.
Fnre, fil)o rnund tt Ip. Children, 230.
Dinner on thu grounds, CO cents,
l'or further tulormntlon nnd charters to so
cieties und corporations apply to
O. L. SlIEIUFF'S Coal Oflleo,
328 and 1111 Pa. avo., or utsteamer's wharf,
foot of 7th st. Jeia-ti
T. V15HNON 1
TEAMElt W. W. COItCOItANJJ
Leaves 7th st, wharf dally, oxcept Sunday, for
Mt. Vtrnon nt 10 o'clock n. m.; returning,
reaches Washington about :i:!10 p. in.
L. L. IILAKE, Captain.
Adrcrtlfeimiitt of Thiee Lines under this head
Interted thiee timet for 'JH ctnlt,
l?Oli IlENT-NlCEn-HOOM AND HATH
.1: room brick hnnsc: all mod Imps; rauiAi,
lotroboandu good cellar. Apply 150J ( 'aro
lli.e st 11 7, bet 15th and 10th und T and U.
1,tOU HEXT-AT CSS..10 PEll JIOXTII, IN
J; iidvnnce. No, UllCst, s. 11., cnntalnlng
six rooms, bnth room, cellar and alt modern
conveniences. Inquire nt (ISO North Carolina
17011 1IENT 12!ll) 0 ST N W.H UOOMS, S10
J- (l21Jldnvosw $2l(i()
210 11th sts w 20 no
111(1 Tst n w, (Irs 20 mi
(115 P st 11 w,2 fur pnrl'ra 18 0:)
Apply to A. S. Cuywood, IMS Oth st 11 w.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A 12-horso power Engine and bailor
jc20tf Apply nt Crltlo Oflleo.
"I INEY POINT HOTEL, Jll) '
X Ninety-two miles from
Wnshlnglon, on thePotomno Illver.
OPEN FOlt Gl'ESTS JUNE SO.
Slcniners Excelsior or George I.cary well
eiciilng from foot of 71 h St.
rur terms, which will liuinoderato, apply to
Hotel; Wash II. Williams, 7th nnd I) sts. 11. w.,
nr W. P. HICE,
jeU gin Proprietor.
U I'FXCEHIAN HUSINESS COLLEdE, COIt.
n Dili and lists n w A practical biislnoss
editeiitlon tbatqiialllles young men an 1 ivo
men to suppnit themselves iiiid Buceossfully
pcrrorm tho active iliillos of llfo. Tlioroug 1
liistructlim given In rapid writ ng, the Eugllsji
language, corrcsiwiidcnce, rapid calculations,
book-kicplng, business pi notice, commercial
law. political economy.slenogrnpliy nnd typo
willing. Ucguhirdayiiiid evening sessions re
sumed Tuesday, September, l.uttl a m undo
pin, Ollleo nn'il for nirungoments by tho
enror quarter nil and after Monday, August
21. A full corps of teachers. Illustrated clr-
ular, giving lull Information, sent freu on up
iillcatlen. . .
1IENHY . SPEXCEIt, Prlnelpal.
Mrs. HA1IA SPEN( 'Ell, Vlce-Prliiclpql.
rpilKNOIlWOOD IXSTITITE (NEAIt UTH
1 kt Circle) will niKii Sepl ember 30 with 11
full corpsof accomplished Instructors, Acorn,
plctekunwlcdgonf French-practical in well
ns scholarly- -glwn In tho shortest lime. Ad
dress .Mr, und -Mrs, W. D, CAHELL, Principals,
ISIS and bill 1 Ith stnw, Jyl'i
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
ECIIEDI'LE IN EFFECT SUNDAY. MAY 3,
lBSfl, UNTIL FUUTIIEH NOIICE.
Leavo Washington fiom Station, comer Now
Jersey iiventio nnd Ostroct.
For Chicago, 10 a. in, nnd 111:10 p. m. dully,
tho 10 n. in. Is n Fast Limited Etpross to
Pittsburg and Chicago, arriving In Pittsburg
nt7:i!(li. m., Cli'cugu noxt morning nt8:.ir.
No cxltn faro Is charged on this train for fast
l'ur Cincinnati, Lonlsvlllo and St. Lottls dally
nt Brfiop. m.nnd 10:10 p. m with thrnugli
conches nnd Polnco Sleeping ears to above
points without ehnngo. :i:ao p. m. train Is u
fasti mlli'd train to Cincinnati and St Louts,
arriving In C ncimmtl noxt morning at 7il5,
St. Louis (ijiio p. m, Nooxtra faro Is okargo.l
on this train for fust lime.
For Pittsburg nt 10 a. m with Parlor Car,
and 0:10 11. m daily to Pittsburg, Cluvelatul
and Del roll, with sleeping curs to Pittsburg.
l'or linltlninto on week days fi, 0:11). (I:t().
7:.'K, 8:il() and 10.0.1 a. m., 12il(l, 112.1. MUK
(tn-inlmito train), iisio, -law, -1:10, 5: to, 0:lo.
7, 8.25 and 11 p.m.
l'i,r Haltlinoro on Sundnys-0:10, 7:.10, 8:no
nml 10.0.I a. m., 1:2.1, 1::)0, U.'iio, 1:10, 0:10,
il:-1(),7, H:25nnilll p. m,
For mints on tbo Shenandoah Vnllcv Hall
road and points South, 0:2,1 a, m, and 11:10 p.
m. dally. 0.2.1 n. m. train has Pullman
Skcpcr from Wnshtnzton to Now Orleans,
, For Annapolis, il:lo n. m, and 12:10 and
d:80p. m.; on Sunday, 8:il0 a, m. and 4:10
For way stations between Washington nnd
Baltimore, r,, o:lo, 8:30 a. m.. 12:10, fbUl),
1:111, 7 and 11 p. in. On Sundays. R::)(l a. m.,
1:8". nam. 411(1,7 nnd .11 p. m? Vorstatloni
on Jlctropolllnn Hrnnch, 7:23 n. m. and 11:15
p. m. inly, oxcept Sunday, and OSM) p, m.
dnllyi-litt) p. in. dally, except Sunday, for
principal stations on Metropolitan llraneh;
8:10 a, m. dully on Sunday stops at all sta
tions; for Lexington, Staunton and Valley
Hrnnch, 8:10 n. m. dally; oxcept Sunday; for
Frederick, 8:10 a, m., -1:40 p. m. dully, except
For local stations botweon Washington and
nnlthcrsbitrg, 12:ao p. m. dally, oxeept Sun
day. lor, Hngcrstown and Winchester, 8:10 a. ra.
(hilly, except Sunday, and Diili) p. m. dally to
Hngerstown; dally, oxcept Sunday, to Win
chester. Trains nrrlvo from tho West dally, 0, 7:20 a.
in.. 1:10. 0:30 p.m.
Fiom Annapolis, 8:.10 a. m. and 1:50 ana
Gas p. m.: Sunday, 10:05 a.m. and 0:U5 p. m.
From I.oxlngton, 0:30 p. m. dally, oxcopt
From Frederick nnd Intermodlato points,
8:20 a, in. nnd 8:15 p. m. dally, oxcept Sun
day. Trains leavo Ilaltlmoro for Washington at
5:10, 0:30, 7:20, 1), 0:0.1 and 10:00 n. m., 12:15,
2:!)o. 0, 4, 4:20. 5, 0:ii(), 8, 0 and 11 p. m. On
Sundays, 0:3O, 7(), I) and 0.0.1 a. m., 1:30,
2:30, 4:20, 5. 0:30. 8, (1 and 11 p. in.
All trains from Washington stop at Helny
Station, except 1:2,1, 3:15 and (1:10 p. m.
For further Information apply at tho Ilaltl
moro & Ohio ticket ollleo Washington Sta
tion, (110 nnd 1331 l'enna. avo., corner of lltli
ft., whero orders will bo taken for baggago to
bo checked and rccolvcd at any point In tho
. )1, DUNHAJf, Pen. Man., Ilaltlmoro,
TO TUK N011TI1, WEST AND SOUTHWEST.
DODDLE THAOK. SrLEN'DID 80ENEnY.
BTEEL KAILS. MAONlFlaUNTEqUIPMENr.
in rrrrcTJUNB 21,1883.
Trains leavo Washington from stntlon, corner
of Sixth nnd 1) streots, as follows:
For Pittsburg and tho West, Chicago Limited
Lxprcss of PalaeoSleopIng Cars at 0:50 a. ra.
dally; Fast Lino. 0:50 a. in. dnlly to Cincin
nati nnd St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from
Harrlsbnrg to Cincinnati and Hotel Car to
SLI.011I3; dnlly, except Saturday, to Chicago,
wllh Sleeping Car Altoonn to Chicago. Chi
cago and Cincinnati Express at 7:10 p. m.
dally, with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chi
cago and llarrlshurg to Louisville; connoot
lng ntHnrrlsliurg with Western Expross with
through sleepers for ClovelnndnndSt. Louis.
Paclllo Express, 10 p. m. daily for Pittsburg
nnd tho West, with through sleeper Harrl
burg to Chicago.
DAIiTlMOlii: & TOTOMAO nULllOAD.
For Erie, CnnanUalgnn. Itochostcr, HiifTalo,
N a earn. 10 p. m. dally, except Saturday,
with Palaco Cars Washington to llnchester.
lor Wllllnmsiiort, Iick Haven and Elmiru, at.
0:50 11. m. dully, oxcept Sunday.
For New York und tho East, 7:15, 8:30 and
11 n. m 2, 4, 10 p. m. and 12:15 night, on
Sunday, fl:!10 a. m 2, 4, 10 p. m. and 12:15
night. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
Cars 0:40 n. m. dally, oxcopt Sunday.
For llottnn without change, 2 p. in. every day
For Hrooklyn, N.Y., nil through trains connect
at Jcrsoy City with boats of Hrooklyn Annox,
affording direct transfer to Fulton street,
avoiding double feirlago across New Yor't
ror Philadelphia, 7:15, 8:30 and 11 a. m., 2,
4, 11, 10 p. m. nnd 12:13 night. On Sunday,
8:30 n. m.. 2,! 1, 0, 10 p. in. and 12:15 night.
Limited Express, 0:10 u. in. dally, oxeept
For Ilaltlmoro, 0:35, 7:15, 8:30, 0:10, 0:50, 1 '
a. in., 12:0.1,2,4,4:2.1,4:10,11, 7:10,10 p.m.
and 12:15 night. On Sunday, 8:30,I):,10, 11
a, m., 2, 4, 0, 7:1", 10 p. in. nnd 12:1G night.
I or Popo's Creek Lino, 7:15 11. m., nnd -1:111 p.
m. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, (1:05 a. in., 12:0.1 and 4:25 p.
m dully, except Sunday. On Sunday 4 p.m.
ALEXANDRIA & FltEDEIlIOKDUUHO IUIL
WAY AND ALEXsNOIUA & WASH
Tor Alexandria, 0, 7. 0:25, 11:01 and 11;35
a. m 2:0.1, 4:20, 4:45, (1:2.1. 8:0.1 and 11:37
p.m. On Sunday at 0, 0:25, 11:01 a. m..
8.0.1 p. m.
For Hlchmond and tho South, 0 and 11:01 a.
in. dally und 4:45 p.m. dally, except Sunday.
Trains leavo Alexandria for Washington 0.05,
8, 10, 10:11)11. m., 1, 11:05, 3:23, 5:10, 7:05
n nd 1 1 :05 p. in. nnd 12:1 0 mid night, oxcopt
Monday. On Sunday at 8 nnd 10:10 a.m.,
7:05 and 11:3,1 n, m. and 12:10 night.
Tickets and Information nt tho ollleo. north
east corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsy
lvania avenue, and at tho stntlon, where or
ders can bo left for tho chcokbig of baggage
to destination from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUOH, ,1. H. WOOD,
tlfiurnl Manager. Con. Passenger Agent.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(LEAVE H. P. DEPOT, SIXTH ANDBSTS.,
llilB A.JI. FornllwaVBtutlons, Lexington,
hy.. Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, St.
Louis. Dally except Sunday. Through
Parlor Car to Whlto Sulphur Springs.
II A. JL Fur Newport Nows, Old Point Com-
foit nnd Norfolk. Dally oxcept Sunday.
Ci45 P. Jl. Fur Lonlsvlllo, Cincinnati, St,
Louis nnd Chicago, connecting for nil
points West, Not thwost und Southwest;
fast express dally: does not stop for local
business; through Pullman service to
Lonlsvlllo and Cincinnati.
For tickets and Information apply at C. &.
O Hallway oflleo, 513 Pennsylvania avoiuo,
under National lintel; Va. Midland Hallway
ollice. 001 Pennsylvania avenue, and U. & P.
n. W. FULLER,
General Passenger Agent.
C. W. SJIITII,
FRANK THKK1, N. E. Passenger Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WESTERN R. R.
On and after JUNF 14,1881, trains will leavo-
from and nr.-lve at Oth and U sts.
Dopot as follows:
Leavo Washington 0 a. m. and 4:31 p. m
dally; nrrlvo at llolmnnt Park 10:51 11. m. ami
(1:2(1 p. in.; Lecsburg 11:01 n. m. nndOiilo p.
m.: nrrlvo at ltouud Hill at 11:13 a. m. and
Hcturnlng, leave Hound Hill 0:03 a. m. anil
0:1)1)1). m.t pass Lecsburg 0:12 a. m. and 3:4ut
p. in.; Ilclmoiit Park 11:5 1 a. in. and 3:53 p. m.,
nnd nrrlvo nt Washington at 8:35 a. m. anil
Special excursion rnlos nnd Sunday tralna
to Ilclmoiit Park. Monthly and commuta
tion rates to all points.
, . 8, M. IIHopilY.Stipt., Alexandria.
IC, ,T. I.0CKW0OD, Pass. Agt., 007 Pa. avo.
DAILY LIHETO ' NOUFOI.K & FOHTnE
Monroe. Steamers Ooorgo Loary ,aacj
Excelsior, commencing May 0, 1883,
Ono of tticssi popular summers will leave,
Bcvf nth-Btrcet wharf DAlLY.exonpt SUNDAY
at 5:110 p. m, Fnrparlluuluis Inquire nt Ooia
pany'a onice, 7tti t. wtiait. Tidrfphoao No
745-3. W. P. WELOU, aonoral Agoat.
T OW FAHES-
L) Fortress Jfonroo and Norfolk.
J'lrsl-clas furu (1; lloiiuil-trlp, Sl.2.1.
SleninerJiino Jlnseloy Monday, Wodnosday
mid Suturdny nt 3:30 11, in.
Piissngonnd rooms secured nt general ofllco
Sixth street wharf. Telephono call, III,
Potoinao Illver Landings Steamer Thoiiip
Bun Jlniuliiy. Wednesday und Friday ut 7 a.m.
WOIIP MHO COAL.
WHAHVE3 AND KAILHOAD YAUD
12tb and Water Hts. H. W,
EltAVOH YA11US AMI OFF10E3,
(OonuectPd by Telopbouo.)
1202 F street uorlliwest.
1615 Bevontb street northwost.
1740 Pennsylvania aro. nortliwost,
1112 Nlmli street northwest,
Oain'-r 3J and K streets northwest.
221 Foil nsylvnnla avo. soutbwes
Has In stock a full lino of Cnrpetlngs, all
grades Oilcloths, Cocou and Straw Jluttlngs,
Alio latest styles In Well Paper, Window
Shades and Curtain floods, Wlro Window
and Door Screens.
420 NINTH STREET NOHTHWEaT,