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SATURDAY V0RNINQ:!:::::ADQD8T 11, net.
Tli oldest Cetbolla ohureh la 81 .Palriflk'a, n
P ttreet north, eoraer of Teath itroot west, one
square west from the Patent Offloe odllee. Roy.
J. A. Walter, pMtori Bar. P. F. MeCwthy, u-
B(. rotor's Chureb, Capitol HOI, about three
nquaree from U southeast eorMr of the Cepltol
ground. Btr. Hr. Boyle li the pastor..
' . Matthew! Chore h, eoraer of .Fifteenth and
II etreetf, a abort dlstanoe north from tho Stale
.Department. Pastor, Roy. Charles White, D. I.,
Bery Mr. MoNelly, existent.
St, Mary's, (German,) on Fifth, niu II itreet.
Hot. MatthlM Alls, pastor. Sabbath lerrloei, 10
a. n , and afternoon.
St, Domtolok'j Church, on the Iileod, Slith
street, about tqaldlaUat between the easel and
Potomee river. Pastor, IUr. J. A. Bohel, O. S. D ,
assistants, Rot. N. D. Youo. 0. 8. D.J IUr. J. JL
Lynch, O. B. D.t Ror. U. P. Balph, 0. S. D.j Rot.
P. 0. Call, 0. S. D. .
Bt. Alojili Thli fplondid temple li on North
Capitol street, eoraer of I itreet, and near tho
Douglas Hospital. Ror. Mr. 6 tones tree t, paitor;
and three assistants.
Church of tho Immaealete Conception, eornorof
Eighth aod N streets. Divine services srerr Bon
day woralof at 9 o'clock. It mar for tho proient
bo oonildered a branch of Bt. Patrick's church.
Bait Washington. Fourth itreet oast, botwtoa
Q street tooth and South Carolina artnao. Ber
ried at 11 a. m., and evening. ,Rot George V.
Leech ti tho pastor.
Foundry Meeting Homo, Rot. B. Peyton Brown,
paitor, corner of U aod Fourteenth itrootf . Sir
yIcm morning at 11, aod evening.
Wesley Chapel, oornor of F and Fifth streets,
Ror. F. S. Do Haas, D. D., paitor. Sorrlcoi at H
a. m. and 7 p. m.
MoKondroo Chapet, Mesiaehusetti arenas, soar
Ninth itroot, Ror. Win. Krobi, paitor. Preaching
at 11 a. n., and evening. .,
Fletcher Chipol li on Now York aronno and
Fonrth itroot. Bor. Job Lambeth, paitor. Ser
Tloei 11 a. m and 7 p. m.
Union Chapol, Ror. J. n. M. Lomon, putor, It
on Twontloth street, noar PonniyWanta avenue.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7f p. m. ,
Ryland Chapol li on tho Iiland, Tenth, corner of
D itroot, two squarei from tho paooangor railway.
Rot. WUllaa Hamilton, D. D., tho oldtit aotlro
proaohor In tho Baltlmoro Confaronco, li tbo paitor.
Borrlooi at tho niaal hoar, morning and ovonlng.
Qonnch Chapol li on Four-and-a-half itrtot,
aboat two thlrdi of tho diitanoo botwoon tho canal
and arioaal. Ror. J. N. Darli U tho paitor. Sir
Tloci at tho niaal boon.
Waagh Chaptl, Capitol II111, U ftbont throo
iiaaroo oait of tbo Old Capitol prlion. Rtr. Uoo.
O. Ifarkhaa U tho paitor. Sorrlcoi at 11 a. m.
and 7 p. m.
Proridoneo Chapol, Ror. John Lighter paitor,
(temporarily,) It on tbo Hill, J tut at tho point whore
tbo can from Baltlmoro tarn to come Into Wash
ington. Service every Bandar, at II a. m. and In
BplKopal Hothodlit Chapol, on M itroot, near
Ninth. Ror. W. V. Tador putor. Dirloe eerrlco
Sabbath mornlngi and OTontngi.
Ilamllno Chapel, a beaotlfol boaio of Btrlna
woreblp, U now opened on tho corner of Ninth and
P. itretti. Rer. J. R. Effinger putor. Service!
at 11 a. m. and 7) p. m.
Woslej Chapol Minion, oornor of Ninth and S
i tree U north. Putor, Ror. Qtorgo K. Schrtek.
Services on every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p.m.
Chrtit Chareh.Thli ronorablo edifice li located
treeti out. Rer. M. L. Oldi rector. SerrUot at
11 a. m. and afternoon.
Bt. John'i Chnrch, oppoilte tho Preitdant'i
nonse, wu erected In 18U. Bor. John V. Lowli,
rector. Borrleoi at 11 a. m.., and afternoon. Ro
opened November 13, 1864.
Trlnltr Chnrch. Rer. Mr, Keellnr. roetor. Third
and C it reel i. Sunday eerrlco at 11 a. m.. and
Cbnroh of tho Epiphany, Ror. Br. Hall, rtotor.
Sabbath lerrleoi at 11 a. m.t and aftarnoon.
Charoh of tbo Aiconilon, Rer. Dr. Pinknoy,
rector. Sabbath terrlcoi at 11 a. m., and evening.
Qrace Cborcb (Island.) Sanday eorrUei at It
a. m., and evening. Rer. A. llolmoad, rector.
Protestant Episcopal services every Sanday af
tornoon, (Ror. R. W. Lowrlo In charge,) In tbo
Methodist Chnrch. corner of Ninth and M streets.
Tbo Chnrch of tho Incarnation, now bolng erected
on tho corner of Twelfth and N itrooti. U designed
to bo ready for tbU congregation daring tho fall.
Sittings at preient torrioos froo. Hour of service
b p. m.
Krenlng lerrlces are hold at Trinity Cbspel, cor
nor of Sixth and N streets, on oaoh Sanday, at 7f
p, m. Tho Rer. Mr. Rolfe officiating u missionary.
Rock Creek Charoh, Ror. Br. Back, rector, near
Boldler'i Homo. Strrtco at 11 a. m.
APT II T.
First Baptist, Thirteenth street, between O and
II. Putor, Rer. A. D. Gillette, D. D. Services
at 11 a. m., and evening.
Second Church (near Nary-yard ), Organised In
1810. Services, at 11 a. m. and evening. Rer John
E-Street Cbnroh, south side of E street, nearly a
oquaro out from the Ooneral Post Office. Her. E.
II. Qray, D. D., pastor. Rer.' Br. Bloney, late
of Barmah, will preach at 11 o'clock a. m , and
Rer. Br. Brock, of London, England, at 7ft o'clock
Fifth Baptist, D street loath, near Four-and-a-half
itreet (Iiland ) Putor, Rer. C. C. Meador.
Sabbath sorrlcoi 11 a. m. and evening.
Calvary Baptist, Rer. T R. Uowlott, paitor,
oornor of II and Eighth streets north. Service at
11 a. m and 7J p. m.
Baptist Chnrch, (old school,) on tho second and
fonrth Sundays of each month. In tbo Alderman's
room, Citj Hall, at 11 a. m. and 3 p.m. Elder
North Presbyterian Chnrch, on N, between
Ninth and Tenth streets. Ror. Mr. Fox, pastor.
Service at 11 a. m. and 3) p m.
First Presbyterian, Foarand-a-half street, near
the City Hall, Rer. Br. Sonderland. Preaching
to day at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m
Now York aronno church, Rer. P. D. Ourley, B.
P. Chnrch Uon New York avenue, between Thir
teenth and Fourteenth streets. Services at 11 a.
u. and oronlng.
Fourth church, Ninth itreet, half a square north
of tho Pattnt Office edifice, Rer. John 0. Smith,
B. D., tbo putor of twenty-five yean. Service at
Ham. and afternoon.
Auembly'i, Rer. T. B. MeFatls, putor, corner
of MusaehoMtti aronno and Fifth itroot. Services
at 11 a m. and oronlng.
Sixth Presbyterian, Ror. George H. Smyth.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Thursday at 7
p m. Church on Sixth street, near Maryland ave
nue. Western Presbyterian church, on II street, bo
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets, noar
Pennsylvania avenue. First ward, Rer. J, N.
Coombs, putor. Services at 11 o'oluck, a. m , aod
at 7 p m.
Capitol Hill Presbyterian church, Rer. John
Chester, putor. On Fourth street east, between
B street south and Pennsylvania avenue. Services
at 11 a. m. and 7J p m
Presbyterian, Seventh street, Island, between B
and E streets, Rer. W. W, Campbell, putor. Bor
Tiees on Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.
XBrOBMID PflEIBTT BRIAN, (SCOTCH COTBHAHTIRS )
First, between N and 0 itroeti Island, Rer, J.
V. Armour, paitor.
.Tbo Methodist Protestant Church, on Ninth
troet, between E and F. Putor, Rer. I). E.
Keen. Sabbath services, 11 a. m, and evening
Methodist Protestant, near Nary Yard, Virginia
avenue; Rer. James Thompson, putor. Service
11 n. m. and evening, and Thursday oreniogs.
Potomac, or North Wublngton, near Holmead's
old burial ground. S. A. HobllUell and 0. Cox.
Serrlees as usual la Metserott's Hall, 318 Penn.
sylvania avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets,
eommenelng at 7 45, orenlngi Babbath School and
Bible Clusei at W 15 a. m. Boats froo.
Religious itrvleo held In tbo German language
very fcunday at 11 o'elock, a. m., and 7 p. m., In
the cnurcn corner oi Bixtn and a streets. iev. .
Hart tier, putor.
JTublogton Hebrew Congregation, Eighth itraet,
ret iult second square north of tho Patent Office
And LVpaftuent of the Interior. Bervlce Friday
evening at su2ot, and Babbath morning at 8 a. m.
raiW.fD1' K1BII10 BOUIB,
Orthodox, No. US North Ninth street, twodoon
aontb of F itroot, welt i Babbath lerrloes at
11 a. m.
Meeting TJobso, North I itrset, (north lide,) be
tween Eighteenth and NtMteeath itrieti west.
Meeting ororjoaooaiu i .
Rer. KJmand B. Wilson, or Stlem, Mus , Is ax
Motod to preach In tho Unitarian Charoh, oornor
of Band Sixth street.
German Evangelical Oongrtgatlon of Trinity,
Unaltered Angsbarg Cooleisioo, Foorth strtot
. frill, f 9rW 9? ltt ftth. TMlof, Br. B.
IC Boorrer. Servloe mornlnc. aflersoon and
lht . 1 .i r "
uerman Evangelical, u street nortn, eorner oi
Twontloth itreet west, Flnt ward. Ror, Bamnel
Flnekel, putor. Barrloo '11 eotook a. m. and 41
8t. Paul's, corner of Eleventh and H strooti
west Ror. J. Q. Butler, pastor. Borrleoi 11 .
m. and evening. Loetnre on Thursday evening.
Evangelical Lutheran (German) Bt. John's
Cbnroh, Four-and-a-half itroot, Island. Services
every Babbath morning at 11 o'clock. Wm. Frey,
Cbnroh, North Capitol itroot, between B and 0.
Putor. Rot. Jabes Fox., Services at 11 a. m.
Tho Christian Charoh meets In tho Supremo
Court room of this District, at tho City Halt, on
tbo Lord's Bay, at 11 o'olook a. m.
Tho Spirit a all it BootetT will hold religions ser
vices ta Union League Hall, 481 Ninth itreet,
tocho mn'i cnaiiTiAH association.
The monthly meetings of tbo Young Men's Chris
tlaa Association, (No. 600 Seventh street,) for tho
yean lBofi-7. will bo on the third Monday In each
month, Tls: May 31, Jane 18; July 10, August 20,
September 17, October 15, November 19, December
17, January 21, February 18, March ,18, April 15,
and May 20. A soolal prayer meeting U held at
the rooms every Saturday evening, at 6t o'olook.
CHURCHES IN OEORQKTOWN.
Trinity, (Roman Catholic.) near the College.
St. John's, (Protestant Episcopal,) Rer. Mr.
Tilllnghnnt. Serrlees morning and afternoon.
Presbyterian, Rer. Mr. Taylor. Borrleoi morn
log and evening.
Christ Chnrch, (P. E .) Ror. Mr. Williams. Per
rices morning and evening.
St. AI ban's, Rer. Mr. Chew, roetor.
Methodist Episcopal. Dumbarton street, Rer
W, B. Edwards, B. B. Sorrlcoi moaaUg and eve
ning. Methodist Protestant, Congress itreet, Rer. M.
E. Hyson and D, A Sherman. Services morning
Wast Georgetown, (U. X.,) Rer. Geo. M. Berry.
Services morning and evening
Episcopal Mission. South High itreet. Rot. Mr.
Brown. Sabbath school Instruction and preaching
CHURCHES IN ALEXANDRIA "
Flnt Presbyterian, Bor. G. C. MeCampbell pu
tort service 11 a. m. and 3 p. m.
Second Presbyterian, Rer. J T.LeftwIch paitor;
serrlees 11 a m. and 7 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal, Ror. Joseph R. Wheeler
putor; service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal Sooth, Rer. Mr. Langhorn
pastor; service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Methodist r rotes tent, Rer. Henry Nice putor;
service 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.
Christ Church, Episcopal, Rot. Br. MoMurdy
putor; serrloe,ll a. m. and 7 p. m.
St. Paul's Church, Episcopal, Rer. G. W. Norton
pastorj service 11 a. m. and 4 p.m.
Grace Church, Episcopal, Rer. B. T. Sprigg
pastorj service 11 a. m. and 7 pm.
Baptist Chnrch. Rer. C. 0 Bitting putor; ser
vice 11 a. tn. and 7 p.m.
Catbollo Cbnroh, Rer. P. Kroes putor; service
It a m and 4 p. m.
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1UBLI0 LAND SALES IN WISCON
SIN. SYNOPSIS OF THE PRESIDENT'S PROCLAMATION
HO 710, dated juat U, 1SO0
It orders public sales la the Btate of WISCONSIN as
At tbo Lead Office at LA CROSJE, oa the 17th day of
BE1TEMBKR next, the reserved sections la tolrtr-slx
Townships and parts of Townships, In the counties of
Stoaroe, JSCKaoa, irsupaieaa. bbosio.
At tho Land Office at LA CROSSE, on the Stth day of
SEPTEMBER next, seventeen parte of Townships, the
co an ties ne above
At the Land Office al FALLS 8T. CROIX, oa the 1st
day of OCTOBER next, the reserved sections In f rty
(our jowpsmpi ana pans vi t uwaauiys, in mi cuuuiiss
of Dunn, Pierce, and 81. Croix.
At the Land lifflea at FALLS BT. CROIX, on tbe 23d
dsy of OCTOBER next, tea parte of Townships, In the
counties of Pepin and Pierce.
At toe jjsna umee at aau i.iiin, on m in j hi
OCTOBER next, the rsserred sections In tea parts or
Townships, In the eouitlea of Clarke, Chippewa, Eau
Claire, and Dunn
At the Land uffiee at BTBVENS POINT, oa the 2Dth
day of OCTOBER next, oae hundred aad tea Townships
and parts of Townships, la the counties of Marabou and
At tbo Land Office at MENABIIA, on the oth day of
OCTOBER next, alxty-sevco Towoshlps aad parts of
Townsbtps, In the county of Oconto,
Containing over Se aad a quarter millions ef acres
of public lands. J. M. EDMUNDS,
Commlsslonsrof the Gsneral Land Office.
Okkibil Laid Orrici, June 14, IWQ.
Nuts Under the regulatlone of the Department, as
heretofore and bow existing, no payment ran be made
for advertising proclamatlona except to such pnblUhere
as are rjtUillj avthoriwt to publish by the Commie
upper of the Oeneral Land Office. jeal-wlSt
?10LUMDIA HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN
Fourteenth street, (circle,) eoraer of M street.
TbU Institution Is situated 1b the most healthy por
tion or lbs District, surrounded by Its own grounds.
Cars pass the door everr Bve minutes.
Tru or admission i From 88 to 810 per week. In ne
cordance with the room repaired, payable la advaace.
Thlalnclndee lizard, Medicines, Medical, and Surgical
MEDIC a"T" STAFF.
er an ioi m charui
J. H. THOMPSON, M D , 1M 1 street, betweea Twen
tieth aad Twenty-First streets.
cossuLTisa raTiicujrs abd eiraaioxi.
JOS. K. BARNES, M. 0., Burgeon Oeneral, United
JOS BILEY, M. D.Oeorge'owa
TUOB MILLER.M D . F street, Washington.
ATP. OARNETT, M. D , New York aveaoe.
W. P. JOUNSTOS. M. D.f Washington.
QRAFTON TFLEB, M D., Oeorgetowa,
Applications for admlasloas eaa be made to any of tbo
medical staff or the matron at the Hospital. Otders for
arfwlsttoa to the free beds ef this lastitotlon en bo ob
tslaed of the Rer. 0. U. Hall. Hector of the Bpiphany
Church, of be Rev. A. . Oinelle, Pastor of the First
Bsptlst Chuxsb, aid of the Bargees la charge al hie res.
Idease. Ordersor the s4lloa of ihs wives er widows
of soldiers of the Ualted StaUs arar eaa be procured
throaitha lorfioa woatval. UaaUa, liatss .
-I 1 -i :
Bare Brldfeti me wlfej aad oei she "me dear Teddy
Ter the Joy of mo Ufa and 1 lore yer already f
Bat much harder I'd lore yoa from yer head to yerloee.
Tea swale Turtle-dove yon. If yer'd fit some bow
Bo I wlal down tho ithrate, Just to huit up a ethore,
Whla who should 1 mate bat Timothy Moore I
M For new elotheel'm rrettlnr, Tim, where shall I (of M
'Why tbi best yer'll bo (ettlef at Smith Brothers
This, for fear I'd be late I made heale to Smith's sthore,
It Is on BtvlntA at b rate, ember fear elzthy-fouri
And 'for mlf hlr few areeabacks I rot a whole entt,
With bobo of yer seaawraeks and handsome to boot.
t bara't beea dhriaklsr, bat fals I mast leach
Ha, ha, I am thletlif of me fooled betther hair,
Ae I walked la mo house, la me Smith Brothere salt l
Soil MKleeme,ewato mouse set she "Oct out, yer
She didn't know me from Adam, eo tokapeop the Joke
Set I "Mo deer madam me poor heart you have broke '
Thla she whacked me a oeoriar across me par boss,
Oat the blood came a poarlas; aad raa down to me toon.
'Oeh, Biddy, bow erueif Its ya wa Teddyyer'te
Me alee elothlar , awate Jewel, yeretlf hu eoafousded.
If yer'd enjoy metamorphose, there's bpt one plea I
flat a call of alee clothes at Smith Brothere A Co.
SMITH BROS. A CO.,
ABA B A taaS IB
OUTS' FURNISHING OOOD0,
4U Sevetth etreet.
Jut received, the Urjest and Saeot stock of PIECE
GOODS ever offered la the city of Washington. Havlif
eeeared the beet artiste la the elly, we are prepared to
neke up lathe Finest Blyle, aad at lower prices thaa
ahy other oetabllshmeat.
scM 8,, B. CO.
)BOI08AL3 FOB THE ERECTION
X OF AN IRON FENCE. ,
Orrici or tbi Coaairetosia or Pritic Bcitntaoe, )
CariTot or tbi Dxitib iTafss,
Wasbiiotob Citt, Auirust 2, 186
Bonled Proposals wlU bo received atlblsoOce until
FRIDAY, Auras! IT, ISM, at boob, for the ereelloa of
aa IRON FEhCE,commeaclar althe eoraer of Pseasyl
vaala aveaoe and First street west, iheaeo ruaafef
west aloof the frost of the Botanic Qerdea, oa Peaasy !
raala avenue, and ne far oa Third stmt west u the
appropriation of 114.000 wUl carry II. 8atd feaoe to be
of wrought Iroa, the troa portloa to be four feet la
belf ht, and plaeod npoa a stone eeplaff eipportcd by a
brtek base, the base aad aoplaf to b three feet elx
lasbeala helfhti the whole to be erected oa a food
foundation of bine stone.
The proposals mast bo by the lineal foot
The work muat b computed by the middle of Novem
Twenty per cent, of the stipulated price will be re
tained as soeurltr for tbo completion of the work until
II le Salshed and accepted by tho architect of the Capi
tol Extension, who wilt superintend It.
Drtwlaf a aad epeclfleettoaa mar be sen at the office
of the SupsrlateadcBt of the Botaale Garden.
The bids wlU be opened at this office nl noon oa the
17th day of August, last. B. B FRENCH,
aut-ld Com of Public Balldlegs.
HAFPIELI) A 0 0. S
ICE CREAM SALOON,
No S90 Eleventh street,
Betweea K street aad Massachusetts avsane,
Waibibotov, D. C
Mr. JOSEPH H. 8HAFF1ELD havlnr retlied from
business, the undersigned would respsctfutly Inform
his tale eastomere aad the pablle that, havlag beea lor
Ssarassoclatod with him (a buslaeae at the old etaad,
o. sn Slath stroot, they are prepared to furnish a
snpetior article of
CONFECTIONERT AND ICE CBEtM
equal la quality to that faralshcd by Mr. BbaBleld.aad
which baa beea eo fully appreciated by the beat families
of Washington and Georgetown.
They ask a call from all la want of any thine; la their
line, assuring them that nothing will be wanting which
will tead to gratify the waata of their customers.
' J. A. 8HAFFIELD A CO ,
No BPO Eleventh etreet,
Betweea K etreet aad Massachusetts avenue.
Jel 3m Washington, D. 0.
lOLN AND THE OVERTHROW OF SLAVERY.
We propose to publish, early la tho Fall of 1F86,
THE HIBTORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
THE OVERTHROW OF SLAVERY,
Br Hob. Haao N, AaxoLn,
(Late Member of Coa gross from llllaols. )
Mr. Arnold was a friend aad associate of Mr. Lis col a
at the bar, a member of Congress daring his entire ad
ministration, and from his arrival at the Capital to the
day of Ills assasslaatlea was epoa terms of coandeutlel
frlsadshlp with him.
The work waa commenced nearly a year before the
death of Mr. Lincoln, aud with his approval Tba au
thor has aimed to give a full history of the life and ad
ministration of Mr. Lincoln and the overthrow of sla
very. He commences with a sketch of the hlstorr of
slavery from 1787 to the repeal ef the Missouri Comprj-
nuse, asscriDing inoeoflnict Between i reeaom ana vie
very dowa to 1800 aad giving the 'Origin, rise and
s-rowth of antl'Slaverr. lie atves a hlstorr of the life
or Mr. Llacela, the hardships of his early years, hie
aocaiion, bis career in too i.udois iegisiaiar. iiidi
bar, on tho circuit, la Congress, on the slump, the Lin
coln aad Douglas debate, aud hie election to the Presi
dency, Thea follows a history of his administration nnd of
the various steps, eaecullve, legislative aad military;
which resulted In the overthrow of slavery and the
slaveholders' rebellion I aad the passage by Congress.
and the adeptloa bythe States, of the constitutional
nmendment abolishing aad prohibiting slavsry forever.
Bketchee of the areat debates lu Cooaress of Dromlnent
Senators aad Members, aad of the leading msa la the
Cablaetandat tho head of the armies, with a general
aarrauoa oi me imporiaat miliary movements, wm oe
The aim of the author has beea to give a trnthful his
tory of the great drama of the rebellion, with Line Ia
as the leading character, aad to describe him as he was
from yoalh until he became the emaaelpator of a race,
the restorer of aatloaal ualty, aad the saviour of his
ins wora win do a taxge octavo oi sot isas men ow
pagos, aad will be cold by subscription.
CLARKE A CO . Pnbtlshsrs.
Jjl-4w 80 aad 83 Washington street, Chicago.
ARPER'fl NKW MONTHLY
MAGAZINE FOR JULY, 1&08.
Personal Recollections of the War. ISeeotul Pantr.
Illustrations Rntu of old Church asarCfaarleelown
A Patent of Mobility A Candidate for Ibe Peerage
The Uavelock Bulaa of Railroad Bridge, Harper's
1,11 nvia.ui ." i iwmii iiimuui vuiiiu-
erateVotuaUer The Innate Idea The Little Cottager
ooi at nomo.
Some Curious Home.
Illustratloae Mouse-Nest In a Bottle Harvest'
Mouse Dormouse and Nest Nests of ApoUa Ns.t of
I carles Hive of the Bee Nest or the Hornet Nest or
the Mud Wasp Nest or the Pasteboard Wasp Nests of
A Look at Llsboa.
Illustrations Tower of Belem Castle of Penha-
Church of Loretto Rua Augusta Praca do Roclo and
D. Maria Theatre The Palace of AJuda The Great
Arcaoi ia jqaeaaot.
ltign uaye m a Virginia viuage.
Armadale. By Wilkle Collins. (Concluded )
vuot me laat.
Chapter II 7a the Hooie
Chapter ill. The Purple Flask,
Chapter I. News from Norfolk.
Gettysburg! July, IMS.
Francis Asparj. With a Portrait.
The Sword or Damocles.
The Fool Catcher.
Sanctuary Privileges la Rome.
Under the Arches
Mr. Muddler's Mistake.
The Food or Birds.
Education of the Colored Population of Loulslaia.
Aa Hour al Sea.
Edltor'a Easy Chair.
Monthly Record of Current Events
Editor's Drawer. ,
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RADY'S NATIONAL THOTO.
New You e,
Nearly opposite Qraee Oburch
Mr. Brady has oa rlew aad for sale at his Gallery, as
PORTRAITS OF ALL OFFICERS,
01 POiBBcrrives, wao bits aietiBBmauBu iuujit ,
the late war, The iliei vary from oarfe J vUU to
(a addltloa to his varied assortment of likenesses, Mi,
Brady has a 0QLtCJWV Qf v,lwg
n'almAat , nnlat made hUtorta In the recant cob
BUt, which It may be presumed will be raited by aol
oaly those more Immediately eoseeraed. bat their
Meads, as memeatoee of lbs trials through which the
aatloa has Just passed. ., ...
Mr. Brady always pays eossldorable attsaUoa to
"fne'e'.witjleof P0BTEA1TB IV POSCaUIV baa
SfSB tr9Sai wj an aiwy t yutirvHvat r-n
1 . : - 1- 1 a.
QTEAMKB LEAVES FOR
EVEBT TDUDAT, ffiCBSDAT, AND SATURDAY,
AT 10 A. M.
EETUEN8 At 4 P. St
PARI FOR kOTJHD TRIP) 81. W,
(Oae 'third of this amoaat ror use of.Mooat Veraoa
WaeatBf tea and Alezaadrla boats leave each plsee
every hear from T a. at. tola. m.
The iae eteasaer WAWASST eaa be eharterd rer e
oareloae. J. VAN KIBWICK,
iylm uea. unp l r. w. o.
TEW YOUR AND WASHINQTON
Bf lltf BlllUf Di, t
.1 IS M.. rron It.. U W.r.trMl,a.ort.towili Fltr
It Kul Kltrr, fool ( W.ll ilrm, K. I.ik.
f im,,., .ir uohm B DiTIDTOlfi
61 W.ur lr..l. OMri.tow., D. 0.
M. ELDRIDOI CO., 1.U,
rii.f..tnl WfcMf, Al.l'k
Jims niHD, it.ti,
1M vr.il .ir.it, H.w Tort.
nrifl'rMlr wi.u.tlr "1 fonr.rH I. 1
,.rt.of Ih. cutrr with dlvateh. .
6b New IiaVeK. liAin'Foitu,
BPRINOFIELD, the CONNECTICDP RIVER, the
k kaj viswniT sail&oadb.
k. aHil.u .lunan rfif iMi Mb IllTI fat NsW
Harea rrem Iter IS, East Blrer, dally. (Bsndays
eeptd,)al8tl8p. m. Passengers go North aad Eaat
from New Harea at It p. m , or renal a oa board over
Bight without charge. . . ..
Merchandise forwarded by daily Et press Freight
Train rrasn New Haven Ibrongh to Maasachuaetta, Ver
meat, WesUra New Hampshire, Northern New York
ana uaneoa. app'r l ntw mivb, vn,i
Fretgbl Agent, 1
i. East River, New York.
XPETY. SPEED. AND COMFORT.
For BOSTON, WORCEITER, PALMER. FITCH-
DUKU, flABUUA, 1.1Wilitj unuav. ii ,fuia
wnnNTAlita aD IHTBRMIDIATX POINTS. The
lew abd staunch steamers of the Norwich line, CITY
OF BOSTON aad CITT OF NEW TORE leare New Tork
dally, (Sundays oaespted.lat 4 o'elock p. m. from Pier
No 19 North river, fool of Vestry street, for NSW LOS
DON, there eonaeetlag with the Steamboat E sprees
Train frotn the above potato via atorwtea and Worces
ter, Bostoa aid Woroeater, Worcester aad Nashua, and
New London and Northern Railroads, Freight takea
at the lowest ratee. For laformatloa Inquire of , 8.
MARTI It, Agent on the Pier. epl
THE GUKAT INSIDE ROUTE FOR
AVOIDING POINT JUDITH. m
8T0NINQTON LINE of Steamers, being fboaafost aad
quickest betweea Bostoa aad New York. The eUaaeh
aad splendid aUamer
PLYMOUTH BOCe.Capt B. Braytoa,
Oa T0E8DATB, THUK8DAYB and 8ATURDAYB,
COMMODORE, Capt. R. F, Curtis,
Oa MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS nnd FRIDAYS,
At A o'clock, p m.,from Pier No, 11 North Kiver.
These boats are unsurpassed for eon fort, strength sad
eafcty. Btateroome secured at the office. Pier No. IB,
an board the bond. No. U Waahlngtoa street. Boston,
aad at the Providence depot. JUtara tralae leare
Boetoaatp.m. M, B 81M0NB, Ageat
FOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
FALL RIVER, bythe sptendldand superior steam
ers NEWPORT. METROPOLIS, OLD COLONY, and
EMPIRE STATE, ef greet st re earth aad opeod, built oa
pressly for the navigation of Loeg Island Souad.rua
nlog In eoauectloa with the Old Coloay aad Newport
Leave Pier tft, V, B. , foot of Murray street, dally,
(Seadayo excepted.) at Op n.
The steamer OLD COLONY, Capt. W. Browa, eavee
New York oa Monday, Wednesday, aad Friday, at 0 p.
m , landing at Kewport.
The EMPIRE STATE, Capt B. 61 onions, leaves Taee
day, Thursday.aad Saturday, al 6 p. m., laadlag at New
A beggagemnater Is attached to each steamer, Bad
accompanies the baggage to U destination.
A steamer rune la eoaaeetlou with this line dally
ISaadayn eaeepted) from Newport aad Fait River to
For freight or passage apply oa board, or at the office,
Pier 83, M. R I to ssnrs ntste-rooms la advance, to
apl E. HTTLEF1ELD, Agent, 71 Broadway.
UXFIT 32-B HEH.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICE 814 PENNA. AVENUE.
BRANCH OFFICE 118 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
WASHINQTON CITY, 0. a
OREAT EASTERN, '
NORTHERN, WESTERN, AND SOUTHERN EXPRESS
MERCHANDISE. MONET, JEWELRY, VALUABLES,
HUTK3, UrUO&B, IfUIlVB, ac.
Forwarded with safety aad dispatch to all accessible
eectlone of the country. Tble Companj has Agencies la
the principal railway lowae la the
NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST,
lie principal offleee are
WASHINQTON, D.C.,NEW YOhK, BOSTON, PHIL-
, ADELPUIA, BALTIMORE, CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS,
Connections are made at New York aud Boston with
Hats forwarding to the Canadaa aad to the British Pro
vlnces, and with alsamsblp lines to Liverpool, South
ampton, and Havre, and thence by European expressee
to all prominent commercial towas laOreal Britain and
on the Continent.
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS AND BILLS made
at all accessible parts or the Ualted States
C.O. DUNN, Agent,
apM , Washington, P.O.
p RADINGllAfiTTAVlfOL STKEET,
Orrica or ths Cohbibsioxbb or Ppilio BtitDiias, )
Cantol or tbb Unit so Status, J
. WAsaisuroBCiTr,JelySl,lB88 )
Ses1d TroBOisla will be received at this office.
until IS o'clock boob ot WEDNESDAY, Aaguit 13, fur
grading aast uapiwi etreet, irom inira to aieveniu
atreste east. The bids Vlll state the price of excavatl iB
and flllleg by the cubic yard. Also, asperate proposals
for eacloaleg Lincoln Square with a permanent wooden
flcket fence, five feet la height. The plckete to be of
be be. t white pine, undressed, three lachee lu width,
one Inch la tbtcknesa, and four reel la length, with a
bass board oae rooi ta wiatn. i no posts to oe or eeaar,
and set eight rest apart from eeatre to eentre. The rails
of spruce or Norway pine, two lachee by four. Two
al rips, all round, to be aeenrely nailed over the plckete
oa the outside. A tura-etlle to be placed at each eorner
of the fence, and a large gate la the centre of each aide,
with good hangings and fnstcotaga.
Biddere will slate their proposals by the lineal foot.
All the work of grading and building the fence to be
completed by Ibe middle of October next.
The work will be given to the lowest responsible bid
der The two Jobs to be separately considered.
Twenty per cent, of the contract pr)ce will be retained
as security for the faithful performance of the work.
The bide will be opened at this office, oa the 18th day
of August, at IS o'clock noon.
aogl-td B B FRENCH, C. P. B.
EPAUTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
UaiTID HTATIS TATIST VtTKt
Oa the petition of Jamei tireeuhalgb, of Woonsocket
Falls, Rhode Island, praying for the exteneloa of a
rates! granted to him oa ibe 2d day of November,
843, foraa Improvement lu "mode ol counter-balancing
Harnesses lu Looms,' ' for seven yean from the ex
piration oi sem patent, wmen uave piace oa toe m
day of November, 1808,
li le ordered that the said petition be heard at the
Patent Office oa MONDAY, the loth day ot October oext,
at 13 o'clock, ip, J and all persons are notified to appear
and show cause, IT any thsy have, why said petition
ought not to be granted.
Persons opposing the extension are required to file la
Ihe Patent Office their objections, specially set fjrth lu
wr.tleg. al least t uWy dajs before the day of heart ne
all Ueiliuony Sled by eltbar parly, to be used at the
said hearing, must betaken sad transmitted In accord
ancewlth the rulea of the office, which wUl be fur
nished oa application.
Deiult1oae and other papers relied upon as testl
mooy. must be Bled la the office tvunty days before the
day of bearing l the argumeate, If any, within fen days
after filing the testimony . .
Ordered, also, that this notice be published la Ihe Ra
re slioih and the nislifpcncer, Washington, D. C., and
la the Journal, Providence, Rhode island, once a
week for three successive weekej the Brat of said pub
lications to be at least sixty days orerlourto ibe day
ofhearlsg, T. 0. THEARER,
P. B Editors of the above papers will please eopy,
and send their bills to the Patent Office with a paper
containing thla notice ant-lawSw
El'ARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
UBITBO BTATIS rATSXT UWCK,
WiiaiiuTOi. Auxnst 1. 18fltf
On the petlKoa of Lemuel P. Jenks, of Boston. Messa
rhus-tta, praying for the exteasloa of a patent granted
to blmon the 3d day of November, 188J,far au Improve
ment lu I'Mecblucc for Drilling Btoae,' ' for seven ycare
from the e spiral I on of said patent, which takes (lace
on the 3d day of November, lew,
It le ordered that tbe said petition be heard at the
Patent Office on MOM DAY, the 18th day of October sett,
at 13 o'clock an and all persons are noli&ed to appear
aud show cause, If aay they have, why aatd petition
ought not to be granted, e ...
Persona opposing the exteasloa are required to file In
the Patent Offiee their obj cello as, specially set forth In
writing, at least f weafy dais before the dsy of hcsrlag
all testimony Sled by either party, to be used at the
said hearing, muel be taken aad transmitted la accord
a ace with the rules of tho office, which wlU be furnished
on application. . ,, ,
Depositions aad other papers, relied upon as test!
roony. must be Sled 1b the offiee fiMafy days before Ihe
day of hearing the arguments, If any, within Un days
after filing tbe testimony. , .......
. Ordered, also, that this notice be published la the
BifCBLlCAs and the Inttlllgtnatr, Washington, DC,
and la tbe Journal, Bostoa, Massachusetts, once a week
for Ihree successive weeks) tbe first of said publications
to bo at least sixty dayi previous to the day cl f hearing.
T. 0. THSAKEK,
Commissioner of Patents.
r, S, Editors or IDS soove papers wm pieesv sopr,
ssd aead their bllli to lb I ftl'il Offlil with a pspsf
sosisinis( ion Botiee ues'Tivw
yASIIINQTON, ALKXANDRIA, and
JIM UIUNr AL.KX AN lJ
0 aad after MOB DAT, May Tta, 1888, Bad uatll
farther aoUoe,- Paasoager Treiad wlU raa betweea
Waahtagtoa aad Alexandria
aa teUews i
Loeal oo a. aa.
Siau. ....,. B.SO "
Ueal...,. 800 "
", .i It 00
Exareea... 880 M
susvai rjtsosvMuaiA lOAini, .
LBATT VAiaUeTOV, I LBATB AtBIABBBti;
Local 8 80a.m. I Bxpreaa,.l.8Ua.sa..
Espreie.i,MS.SCp,Ba. 1 Loeal. , 4.00 p.m.
O. A.8TEVEN8,i Lessees .
mtO-y W. J.PHELPt.iW.A. A.K.!.
ALTIMORE AND OHIO BAILHOAD.
nmmivr. i, low.
Tralae betweea WASHINGTON aad BALTIMORE, and
WASHINGTON AMD TUE WEJJT, are bow raa as fol
Leare dally, except Sealay, at' 7.00, T.IO, and 11.14
a, m., aad 148, 4. 80, aad 8.00 p. m. "
FOR ALL WAY STATIONS.
'tears dally, eieepi Sanday, at 7.00 a.m, aaelbViB
aad 8 p. m.
FOR WAY STATIONS SOUTH OF ANNAPOAIS JUNO
Uaveate.13 aad 7 a. m., aad at 144 aad 4. Up.
m. dally, except Sunday,
Leave at 7. 00 and 7. 80 a.m.. aad 180 p.m. Ne train
o er from Aaaapolli aa Saaday,
Leave at T.SO a.m. aad 148 aad 8 00 p. m
FOR WAY STATIONS.
Uave al 7.90 a. m. aad Its aad I p. m,
FOR ALL FARTS OF TBI WEST.
Leare dally, except Saaday, al 7.90 a. m. aad S 00
On Bunder, at 8. 08 p ta. only, eoaaeeUag al Relay
StaUoa with trains from Baltimore to Wheellag, Far
ThrougV llikete to the Weet eaa be bad at the Wash
ligtoa BtatlOa Ticket Office at all houre la the day, ae
well ae at the new office la the Amerlsaa Telegraph
Bulldlag, Peaasylvaala aveaae, betweea Four-aad-a-aalf
aad Sixth etreots.
For New Teik, Philadelphia, aad Bostoa, aeo adrer
tliemeal of "Through Ltae. ' tinTH
Master of Traaevortattoa.
Oeaeral Ticket Ageat.
010. S, XOONTE, Ageat,
Ja8-tf . Washlagtoa.
OKANGK AND ALEXANDRIA RAIL-ROAD.-THROUOH
hj RAIL FROM WABHtMO
TON AND ALEXANDRIA TO RICHMOND AND
Oa aad after FRIDAY, September 1, 1888, the tralae
oa this read, will raa aa feliewo i
Leave Washlagtoa at T a. m. aad 8. 80 p. m.
Leave Alexaadrta at T.8A a. m. aad 8 p. m.
Leave Oerdeas rille at II 80 p, aa. aad 1.40 a.m.
Arrive la KlchmoBd al8 0 m. aid 8 a.m.
Arrive at Lynchburg at 6. SO p. m. aad 8. a. m.
Leave Lynchburg at 8 48 a. m. aad 7.18 p, m.
Leave Richmond at 7 a, ta, aad T. 18 p. m.
Leave Qerdoaevllle at 1180 p. m. aad 11 a.au
Arrive al Alexandria at 4.60 , m.and4 80 a.m.
Arrive at Washlagtoa at 8 80 p.m. and 8 U a.m.
Oa Sundays leave Washlagtoa al 8.80 p.m. only,
Loeal freight trala leaves Alexaadrta at 4 a. m., ar
riving la Oordoaivllle at 11. 48 a. m.
Leavee Oordonsvllle at 1188 p, m. , arrlrtag la Alex
Through freight trala leavee Alexaadrta at 8 a.m.,
arrtvlag la Lynchburg at 7.10 p. nu
Leavee Lynchburg at SSOa. m , arrtvlag ta Ales
andriaal8.10 p. m.
Pasaeagere from Warrentoa will take the Tin.
train eoathjrom Washlagtoa, aad the 8. 48 a. m, trala
aorth from Lynchburg.
Passengere by the 8 48 a. m. aad T 18 p. m. tralae
from Lynchburg, aad the 7 a. m. aad T 18 p. m. tralae
from Richmond connect with trains at Washlagtoa for
all parts of the North aad WeaL
Thla route hae the advaatageover all o there by having
a eonUnuoua rail from New York to Lynchburg, 408
It also passes through Fairfax, Bull Raa, Maaaasas,
BriaUw, Catlett's, Rappahaaaoek, Calpeper, Oraage,
aad Oordoaevtile, where maay of the great battiee or
tbo late rebellloB were fought. .
Tlekete eaa bo procured la Adams Exprese Bulldlag,
opposite the B. aad O. R. R. Depot, la Washlagtoa;
also, at the Depot, oa Maryland aveaae.
Tralae leave the eoraer of First aad 0 streets, Wash
lagtoa. W. H. McCAFFERTT.
Oeaeral Superia ten dent.
. J. M. BROADIS,
oe8-tf Oeaeral Paaeeager Ageat,
THROUGH LINE BETWEEN WASH
INGTON, PHILADELPHIA, AND NEW YORK.
Wasbibotov, Marca M, 1888.
Tralas between Waahlngtoa aai New York are bow
raa as follows, vis t
FOR NEW YORK, without change of cars,
Leave dally (except finaday) at 7-JOe.m., and 8 SO
FOR NEW TORK, ehaagtaff eartat 'delphla, -
trcaveuaiiy excepi auaflay; at .io a. m., aaa u.av
Leave dally (except Saaday) at 7.80 aad 11.18 a, m.,
ana w aaa u.w p m.
Leave for New York aad Philadelphia at 6 30 p.m.
Bleeplna can for New York titDv. m. train dellr.
Through Uckeu to Phlladolphla,Now York or BoeWa,
eaa be had at the Station office at ail.houraln thedaj,
aa well seat the new office la the Americaa Telegraph
punning, reaasyivauia aveaae, peiweeu xour-aaa-a-half
and Blxth streets.
See Baltimore aad Ohio railroad advertisement for
schedule betweea Washlagtoa, Baltimore, Aaaapolls,
aad tho West. W. P. SMITH, .
Master of Trees portailoa,
L. M. COLE,
Oeaeral Ticket AgsnL
OEO. B. KOONTE,
oe Ageat, Waaalagtoa.
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS GOING
THE OREAT ATL8NTI0SBAB0ARD ROUTE NOW
OPEN AND IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION
FROM NEW YORK TO NEW ORLEANS,
WILMINGTON AND WftLDON AND WILMINGTON
AND MANCHESTER RAILROADS AND
To Charlsflon. Savannah, Augusta, Atlanta, West Point,
M eon, Celambas, Montgomery, Mobile, Mertdlaa, New
Orleaas, aad ell potato South and tbe Southwest.
The managers of this old established aad favorite
route, wtlh a view to maintaining Its well-known
prestige, have thoroughly refurnished It with aew aad
magnificent passenger cars, all of tbe latest tad moat
approved pattern, aad built expreialy with aa eye to
heallb, elegaace. and comfort. Oa all alghl trains lux
urious, palatial sleeping cars, possessing every modern
Improvement, well ventilated aad replete with every
Through tickets sold aad baggage shocked to alPlm
porlant points Sooth.
Be particular and ask for tlskets VI 4. WILMINOTON,
N. C. Br so doing you secure EXPEDITION, SAFETY,
For through tickets or reliable Information, npply 4t
the Ticket Office, oa the southwest corner of Pennsylva
nia aveaae aad Sixth street t or to
W. J. W4XKER,
J30 Oeaeral Ageat.
EW YORK AND NEW HAVEN
Passenger Statloa la New York, eoraer Tweaty-SeriBtb
street aad Fourth aveaae.
Entrance on Twenly.acvenlh etrocL
TRAINS LEAVE NEW YORKt
For New Haven, 7 00. 8 00 (Ex.), 11 SO a m. 1 1118
(Ex ), 8 00 (Ex.), 8 48, 4 SO aad 8.15 (Ex.), p m. For
Bridgeport, TOO, 100 (Ex ), U3J) a.m.1 1118 (Ex ).
8 00 (Ex ), 8 48, 4. 80, 8 00 (Ex ) p m. For Mllford aad
Stratford, 7 00, 11 SO a. m. i 8 40, 4 ao p m. For ralr
For Nor walk. T 00. 8. 00 fix. ). 8 SO. 1
80 a.m. t
118 (Ex )
ix . sou tax 1.3 ia. su.o au.sixj 11
Ex ) p m. For
Darlan, 7 00, 8.80, 11,30 a. m 1 8.48, 4 80, 8 80 p.
For Oreeuwlch, 7 00,9 80.11.80a, m. 848,4.80,8 80,
8 W p. m Fur Stamford, 7. 00, 8 00 (Ex. ), 9 SO, 11 SO
a m. 1 1118 (Ex ), 8 00 (Ex ), 148, 4 BO, 8.80, 8 30, 1 00
(Ex ) p. m. For Portebeeter and Intermediate stations,
7 00,8.80,11.90 a. m. t 148, 4 80, 8 80, SO, 7 00 p. m.
For Boston via Springfield, 8 00 a m. (Ex ) 1 S 00 (Ex ),
8 00 p.
mi, rvt vviivi via iuvii 11111,1 ii.111 ( 1, o.uu
ror uosioa via snore uue, ii.10 ibx 1, 0.00
Fu. Per Hartford and Springfield, 100 (Ex ) a m. 1
118, 8 OO (Ex), 8 00 p. m. For Connecticut River
Railroad, 8 00 a. m. (Ex. Jj 1118 p m. to Montreal, 100
p m to Northampton. For Hartford. Providence aad
VUbslll Railroad, 100 (Ex.), a. m 1 1118 p.m. For
Now Haven, New London aad Stoning ton Railroad at
1 00 a. m. 1 1118, 8 00, 8.00 p. m. For Canal Railroad,
te ta f, to, ,w uvrmauyioB. ror nonsatOBie avaiiroan,
8 00 a. m. For Naugatack Railroad, 100 a. m. I 8 00 j.
m. For Daubury aad Norwalh Railroad, T.00 9 80 a. m ,
1.80 p. m.
Commodious sleeping care attached to 8 p m. trala.
ap3 JAMES U. UOTT, Superlauadaat.
IjiRIE RAIWAV.ZtRAIN8 LEAVE
2j depot fool of Chambers street, via Pavoala ferry 1
7 00 a at , Day Bi press, for Cauaadalgua, Rochester,
Buffalo. Bafamaoca,and West. Coauecu at Buffalo with
Lake Shore and Grand Trunk Railways, aad at Bala
maasa with Atlantic and Great weste-a Railway.
8 80 a. , Milk aad Way Trala, Dal r, to OUstUIs.
10 00 a. , Express Mali for Buffalo, Salamaaea aad
Daaklrk, eonaeetlag with Lake Shore aad Allaatle aad
Orsat Westsrn Railways.
4 00r.ii, Way Trala for Port Jerrle aad Newburgh,
8 00 f , a , Night Express, for Canaudalgua, Boebeeter,
Buffalo, Salamanca aud West.
8 1 p. m , Lightning Express, Dally, for Caaasdalgua,
Rochester, Buffalo, Salamanca, Dunkirk, aad West
Connects al Baffalo with Lake Shore aad Grand Truak
Raiiwsya.asd al Salamaaea wUo AUaatls aad Oreat
loop, m .Imfgraat Trala, Dally, for laffaio, Sale
rum, Daaklrk, aid Wist.
Wr. X,BA8l(gu'PMI.A,l,sTiwT?ra, Sl'M
AND BALTIMORI RAILROAD.
!. ' ' Ut-Utrjf I
TIM1 TABL1. t
OommoBslsr MONDAY. April 181b. 1888.
Tralae for BaltlsMre aad Washlagtoa leave PhUa
lotphtaaefotiowei I ,
4.18 a. a . ExpVeesJMoilsyr excepted ;) ll.tl a. m.,
Ixprosst 100 p. aa.. Express J aad 11 00 p. m., Exprese,
,Way Mail Trala for Baltimore at 8.18 a, as. . J
TRAlNB FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA.
msts 0aiBBor,i.saa m., nru w mim, aa
prose) 1.10 p. m., Express t 8 88 p. m., ExpreeefSU
f. Hu, Rxaraaa. w ' l . -- -
Leare Philadelphia for Baltimore aud Washlagtoa
1 118 a. m.raad 11.00 p. m
Leare Balilmare for Philadelphia al 110 p. ta.
Leavd Baltlmoro for New York at ltd p m.
tahlO ' H.F. KENNEY.SaperlBtesdest.
lOUU CENTRAL RAILROAD. J OOU
f TWttVI AILT TsilVl '
t Oa aad after MONDAY, October 18, 1M8, trala s will
leave the Ualoa Paaeeager Depot, eoraer of Waehlagtea
aad Liberty streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., as followe t
DAY EXPRESS,dalIy except "aaday, al 180a.m.,
stepping at Johnstown, Ceaemaagh, Gaultaea. Altooaa,
and alt principal stations, Bad making Vlreci eon nee
tlone al Barriebarg for New York, Baltimore, aad Wash
tagtoa, aad at Philadelphia for New York, Boetoa, aad
U termed I ate pot its, i
ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, dally eieept Saaday,
at 8.80 a.m., etopplagat all regular stations betweea
Pittsburgh and Altoeaa, aad KaklasMOJoee eeaaectlou
with tralas oa tho Isdlaaa Braaeh, W4st Pennsylvania
Railroad, Rbeaebargaad Creeaoa Railroad, aad Belli-
day sburg Braaeh.
PITTS BUKQH J
AND ERIE MAIL, dally except Buadsy,
ippIbx oalr al Coaamaaeh. Gallltiea.
at 1M a. m , itop;
Altooaa, aad all priasTpal etattons. making direct eon
aeettoa at Barrlsbarg for Hew York, Baltimore,' aad .
MAIL ACCOMMODATION, dally (except Saaday) at
1140 a. aa., stopplsg aiall regular statloee betweea
Pittsburg aad Harrtsbarg, mahlag eonnectloaa with
tralas oa the Bhensburg aad Creeaoa railroad aad Hoi
Udaysharg raliread, . , r .
PBILAJJELPH1A BtPBEBS, dally at 4.S8 m , stop
pUg'et Latrobe, Blalravllle laterseetloB, Jehastowa,
CoBesaaagh,Oallrtasr,AlteoBa,HsatlBgdoa, Lewis tow a,
Dowalagtowa, Al Marrlsbarg direct eoaaoeUons are
made for New Tork, Baltimore, aad Washlagtoa, and
at Philadelphia for New York, Bostoa, aad latermed,late
Klats. Sleeplag ears raa through oa thla trala from
tuburg to Philadelphia aad Baltimore, aad to New
York br the Alleatowa roaU. i .
day) at AM p. m., stopping at regular atatloaa betweea
FlUsbarg aad Coaemaugh, aad connecting al Blalravllle
latcneetloa with tralae oa the Indiana Braaeh aad Weel
Paaaeytraala railroad a
FAST LIME, aUt, except Saaday, at. pm.,
stopping oaty al Coaamaagh.Oallltsea, Altooaa, Htat
laidoaLewiatown, Mlfflla, Newport, MarysvUle, Har
rtsbarg, Mlddletown,' Laaeaater, aad Downlngtown,
making connection at Harrtsbarg for New Tork, Balti
more aad Waahldgtoa, aad at Philadelphia for New
Tork, Boetoa aad intermediate pouts. Sleeping can
raa through la tale trala to Philadelphia aad to Hew
York ob the AUeatowa route.
First Aeeommodstloa Trala for Wall's StaUoa leavee
dally (except Buadayl at 8 SO a. m. "
, Beexad Accommodation Trala for Wall'iBiatloa leaves
dally (except Saaday) at 8 40 m.
Third Aeeommodstloa Trala for Wall's Statloa leavee
dally (except Saaday) at 8 33 p. m.
. Fonrth AMommodatloa Train for Wall's StaUoa leavee
dally (exeepl Saaday) at 100 p. m,
AeoommodaUoa for Pean Statloa, etepping at all eta
tlone betweea Pittsburgh and Penn, at 10.80 p. m.
The Church Train leaves Wall's Statloa every Sunday
at 8 OS a. m., aad arrtvlag la Plttsbarga at 10 08 a.m.
Ecturalaf leavee PltUhurgh at 1100 p. m., aad arrtvee
at Weil's Statlea at 100 p. ta.
Retaralaf Tralas arrive la PltUhurgh u follows i
Msil , 190 a.m.
Fast Line 100 a.m.
First Wall's Btatloa Aeeommodatloa. 8Ma,m.
Peaa AeoommodaUoa ., T 80 a.m.
SeeoadWaU'eStaUoaAeeommudaUoB. .... 180 a.m.
Johastowa Aeeommodatloa., 1008a.m.
PltUbargh A Erie MaU. 1180p.m.
Baltimore Express 180p.m.
Third Wall's StaUea'AeeommedaUei 108 p.m.
PalladelBhla Eapres 180 p.m.
FoarthWaU's StaUoa Aeeommodatloa. 8 00 p.m.
Altooaa Aeeommodatloa aad Emigraat 10 SO p.m.
Aa Ageat of the Excelsior Omalbue Compaay wUl
pass through each trala before reaching the depot, take
up checks aad deliver baggage to aay part or the oily.
Office No. 410 Peaa street, open day aad eight, where all
orders for the movement of passengers aaa baggage
will receive prompt atteattoa.
Baltimore exprese will arrive with Philadelphia ex
preee al 1 80 p. sa. oa Mondays.
NOTICl-la ease of leas, the Company will bold
themselves respoaelble for personal baggage oaly, aad
for aa amoaat aotezeoedlBgSioo,
, H. BECKWTTHAg.nt,
At the Fsaasylvaala Oeatral Railroad Passenger ta-
Uen, oa Llbortr aad Washington aire
K B W Y 03 K LINK
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOT AND PHILADELPHIA
AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANIES' LINES.
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
AND WAY PLACES.
FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF AND KENSINGTON
wat bsatb aa follows, tui Fare,
AlBa. m., TlaCamdeuaad Amboy j.aad A. As-
At 8 a. m i via Camdea aad Jersey City New Jer-
eey Aeeommodatloa 118
At 8 a. m., via Camdea aad Jersey City Mora-
lag Express , , J, 00
AlBa. m., via Camdea aad Jersey Clly 84 Clue
At It a. m., rla Seaelagtoa and Jersey City
Express , ,,,,, 8,00
At 18 m., rla Camdea aad Amboy-C aad A. Ac
commodation , IJj
ai is, m , via uamuoa aaa Amooy , aaa A.
r..kil..' .- H J .. "
"eta s. xprse... ... a.
At 8U p. m., via Keaalagtoa aad Jersey Clfy
Evening Mall 7 1
p. m., via Kensington aaa Jersey city
Southera MaU 100
At IU (Bight,) la Keaslaatoa aad Jersey eltr
Southera Express.., , 100
v y. w. . ,u vinf a ssa Amooy eeommo
daUoB (freight aad passenger)
1st elase ticket ltl
. Sd elaas ticket 1,00
The 118 p. m. Evealag MaU aad the 1.80 (Night)
Southera Exprese will raa dally, (aU ethers. Sunders
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW TORK LINES.
Leave Walnut etreet wharf at and 8 a, m.,11 m.,
aad S p. m.
Leave Kensington Depot at 11.18 a. m., 1 88, 4. 80 and
8.48 p. m., aad 11 80 a. m. (alghL)
The 148 p. m. Has runs daily 1 (aU others. Baa
day e excepted.)
EW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LIN El
Leave foot of Barclay atreel at 8 a. m. aad S p. m
From fool of CorUaad etreet at 7, 8, and 10 a.m., 11
m;, 4 and 8 p. m. , aad IS night.
The 8 p. m. Has reas dally t (all others. Suadayi
W. H. 0 A TIMER, Ageat,
Philadelphia aad New Tork Lines
ParXAPiLruA. Dee. S3, lBol deSl
0 T I 0 E TO SOUTHERN TltAV-
THE OLD AND DIRECT LINE ENTIRELY COM-
BTAOINO ENTIRELY DISCONTINUED.
10 MILES SHORTER AND S HOURS QUICKER THAN
BT ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Oa aad after MONDAY, September 18. the eld sad
ravorlU.taa.rrom WASHINGTON, via FREDERICKS
BURG, to RICHMOND. wlU bo raa TWICE DAILY,
(Saaday Bights excepted,) aa follows t
The fast aod commodious steamer KEYPORT, Captain
frank UolUageheed, and C. VANDERBILTyCaptaiu A.
L. Colmary, wUl leave Ibe wharf, foot of Sixth etreet.
Washington, twice dally, (Sua lay mornings excepted,)
at 140 a. m., aad T p. m., rrelvtug at Aqula Creek by 10
a. m , aad 10.80 p.m., and tbeaea by the Richmond,
Fredericksharr, aad Potomac Railroad, aow entirely
completed, to Richmond, arriving there at 100 p m ,
aad 4 00 a. m , affording ample time for dialog la Rleb
mead, aad maklnsr eonneetlons with the Klehmnnd anA
Petereberg Railroad for Petersburg aad points south of
The eteamer leaving Washlagtoa at 7.00 p. 1
la Richmond al 4.00 a. m.. affording amp!
breakfast, aad connection with the Richmond
. m,, arrtvee
pie time for
mond and Daa.
vllle tralas for Danville, Va , OreensboroV Salisbury ,
Charlotte, RalelghyEfleldsborough, aad WUmlngtoa, N.
C.aad Chester, 8.C.
On SUNDAT8 leave WASHINGTON at 7 p. m. only,
and arrive la Richmond at 4 00 a, ro.
Baggage cheeked through to Richmond from New
York, Philadelphia, Baltlmoro aad Wash ag too, and as
eompaaled by through baggage masters.
Through tickets from N.Yoik to Rlohmoad.,.,,,, .S17 00
Phllad'a " I8 60
" M Baltimore 10 00
" " ' WashlngtOB M 100
" " BalUmorstoFred't 0 00
" " Washlagtoa " 4.18
SSOOBB OtASS TflBOUOB TIOBITS
from Washlagtoa to Rlshmoad ,,,,, $8 00
" M Frederisksburg a 00
Caa be procured la New York at No. 129 Broadway,
nd at CourUand street ferry. la FhllalelpMa, at the
depot of tbe Philadelphia, wllml>oa and Baltimore
Railroad Company, Broad sad Prime streets. la Bait!
mors, at the Camdea statloa' of the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company, la Washington, at the Company'!
office, al the corner or Peunsylyaale avenue aad Sixth
street, aad on board the Potomac steamboats.
Passengere leaving New York at 7 and 8 a, m. t Sau
7 p. m .Philadelphia at 1,18 p. m. (DAT, land ll.lSr
m (N10HT.) and BalUmere at 188.8.131.52, aad 0 p.ii
8 88 aad 4.80 a. m., arrive la Washlagtoa at 8 SO, 180
aad 7.48 p. m., and 8 aad 8 a, m , In ample Urns lo make
eoaaeetleas for Rlshmoad and-the South.
Omalbases aad Baggage Wagons wUl bs ta readiness
to eoavey pausagus aad baggage belwHn depots la
Passeagsrsbr thli Line pass by daylight Moaat Ver
aoa, and may have aa opportunity of visiting ssveral
battle-fields sear Fredericksburg, by stopping at that
(Baggage will be checked from. New York, Phil .del
hie. Bad BalUmoreoo Was htigtoa,w hers II wlU be met
y the baggage masUrs of this Has.
Breakfast aad sapper oa board ef steamers.
Oft, KAnilOLT. JtperiaUadeut,
"p ALTIMORE LOOK HOSflTAU
ESTABLISHED AS A REFU01 FROM CftTACKXET.
TBI ONLY rUCl WHERE. A CUES OAK BE OB
,Dr, JOnNgTOat has dUcerered the maei eertela,
peedy, and' oaly effeetsal remedy la the world for
eekuau af lha Baah tJnha. ateLriavaa. AOketlMa .
UaKidaoyiaad Bladlet. lavoliataxy Wechargae, Im
fsUaey, Oeeeral DebUtty ' Nerveaaaoea, Dyspepsia,
!'tl Uw aFlrtter Coafaaloa of Ideas, rupltailoa
1-.. ,s-niminy, TremMiaga. iiimaaea or mgns
or QUdlaeaa, blseaaee or the Read, Throat, Rose, off
ll ASVUeaeof tho LaBgt,Slomaea,erBoweIeUoee
terrible dtaerdere arlsiaf from the SoUtary Habiu of
Tpeih thoee incaar aad aoittary prasUeee mere fatal
. iblr ,le.u la the eoag of Syveaa to the Mariners
of plyseee. M'ghtiag their most brililaat hopoe or aatlel
paUoas, readerlag marriage, Ac., Impossible,
w . f, 1 '. YOUNO MEN
gpadanp, who bare beeoma the victims o SollUry
Vice, thai dreadfal aod deetroeUve habit, which aaaa
ally sweeps to a aatlmely rrave thoaaaadsor yoaag
mM of the moot exalted taleau aad brtlUaal latelleoi,
who might otherwise hare oatraacod lUtealex Senates
with the tbanders 0 sloouenje.or waked to eestaey the
Urlsg lyre, may call with fun eeaSdeaee,
Married PcrsoB0,er Yetsg Maa eoatemalatlaff mar
rtage, being aware of physical weakaeee, organic debU
lt,deformttlee, Ae , speedily eared. , ,
He who placee himself under the eare of Dr.J.may
religiously confide on his honor as a geutlemaa, and
ooafideatly rely apoa his eklll ae a phyalataa.
Immediately Cored aad Fall Vlgoilsetored.
This Dreadfal DIeease which reldera Life mleerabto
aad Marriage Impossible la the penalty paid by lha
Tletlmsoflmproporladalgeeeles. Yeuuf poreons are
too apt le commit excesses from aot being aware of the
dreadful eonaeqaeaees that may ansae. New, who thai.
understands Ihe eebject will pretend. to dear that the
Gwer of procreation Is lost sooner by Ihoee falling Into
proper habits thaa by the prudent. Beeldee bolng
deprived the pleasures of healthy efevrlag, the most
serious aad destructive symptoms to both body aad
mlad arise. The eyetem becomes deranged, the Physi
cal and M ataj Fnaettoao weakened, Lose of Procrea
tlvs Power Nervous Irritabllltr. Draoeaala.' Palotta.
Uoa of Ihe neart, ladlgaetlea, Ooastltatloaal DshlUlr,
a waetlai of the Frame. Ceaxha. CoieumoUoa. As.
OFFICE NO 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left bead elde, go! eg from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the eoraer. Fall aot to observe name aad number.
Letters must be paid aad contain a stamp. The Doe
tor's Diplomas haag la bis oflleo.
MemVe of the Royal College of Sargeoas, London,
gradua from one of the moot smtaeat Colleges la tbe
Ualted States, aad the greater pari of whose life baa
beea spent ta the hospital of London, Paris, PaUedet
tbla, aad elsewhsre, has effected eome of the most ae
onlshlag euree that were ever knowat maay troahled
with ringing la the head aad eare whoa asleep, great
aervoUaaeee. belag alarmed at eaddea souadst bash
ful neec, with frequent blushing, attended eomeUmee
with a derangement or tba mlad, were tared Imme
TAKN PARTICULAR jrOTICE. -1
Dr., J. addresses all those who have lajnred them
"!!f BT. PP? ladalgeaee aad solitary habile,
which rela both body and mlad, unfitting them for
either bustacts, study, society or marriage.
These are eome of the sad aad melancholy erects pro
dueed by early habits of yoalh. rli Weakaeee of the
Back and Limbs, Pal as 1b lha Head, Dim see f Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diges
tive Faactleaa, Gsneral PebUlty, Symptoms of Cob
MnxTAiLT.The fearful effects ea the mlad are much
lo be dreaded Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Do
presstoa or Spirits, Evil Forebodings. Averaloalo Bo
dety,8eir'dletraet,UveorSolltade, Timidity, Ac, are
some or the evlle produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages eaa aow Judge what
Is the cause of their decllalag health, loalag their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous, and emaciated, having
a singular appearance about the eyes, sough, aad eymp
tome of eoasumptloa.
Who have Injured themselves by a eertela practice la
dulgsd la whea aloae a habit froqueatly leaned from
evil companions, or at achool, the effects or which are
nightly felt, uvea whea asleep, aid If aot eared readers
marriage Impossible, aad destroys both mlad aad body, ,
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young maa, the bop of bis eoaa
try, tbe pride of hie parcels, should bo saatehed from
all prospecle aad oaiormania or life, by the eoaeo-
Juwuee of deviating from ojWpath or aatare aad la
alglng la a eertala secret habit. Sash pereoae hvst,
before coatcmplatlng mw
refiect that a sound mlad and body are tho moet aeeee
without theec.UeJouraey through life beeomee aweary
pllgrlmaget the prospect hourly darkeaelo lha rlew t
the mlad beeomee shadowed with despair, aad SUsd
with the melaachely refieetloathal the hapBlaoea ef aa
other becomes blighted with oar awn.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE?
Whea the misguided aad Imprndeat rotary of pleas
are Bade he has Imbibed the seeds of this palafaldts
ease, It too often happeae that aa Ill-timed cease of
shame, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying
to those who, from education aad respeetablllir, can'
aloae befriend blm. He falls lato the hande of Igaoraat
and doolgnlBff pretendero, who, laeapahle of earing,
Sleh his pecuniary substance, keep him trlSlag month
after month, or ae long ae the smallest he eaa bo ob
tained, and (a despair leave blm with rained health to
sigh over his galling disappointment or, by the aeo of
that deadly poison, mercury, fanstea the eoasUlaUonal
symptoms or this terrible disease, each aa AfecUoa of
the Head, Throat, Nose, Skia, etc, progressing with
rrtghtfat rapidity till death pute a periodgto his dreadfal
suffering by eendlng him to that undiscovered couairy
from whose bonrae no traveler returae
ENDORSEMENT OF J HE PRESS,
The many thoaaaada cured at tale laseAtntlea wllhla
the last eighteen yeara, aod the nameroaa Surgical Op
eratloaa performed by Dr. Johnston, wllnecsed by the
reporters of the "Bun,1 ' aud maay other papers, notices
of which appeared again aad agala before lha public,
beeldee bla standing ae a geatlemaa of character aad re
sponsibility. Is a sufficlsnt guarantee to the afflicted.
BK1N DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Pereons writing should be particular la directing
their letlere to hie Institution, lu the following meaner 1
JOHN M. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
Baltimore Lock HossltsJ.
Jolo-ly Baltimore, Maryland.
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