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i:nt(inl lit the Fostofllco nl Washington, 1. C as
Monday, juTTe ei.
ALnAVOH's The lloheinlnn fllrl,
roup's California Minstrels.
Cosiiqtr remote Archery Club.
An expected but happy result of tho
ministerial troublo In England Is tlioilo-
inlso of coercion.
Uvn.N staunch Democratic organs frankly
confess their deep disgust with tho "ollcu
lvc partisan" trick.
In tho reorganization of pension examin
ing boards genuine Democracy Is regarded
us tho chief Item of a doctor's outfit.
0 l'AH as relates to Influence) with tho
rtilmlulstratlon, Mr. Morrison looms up as
the bttgest Democrat In Illinois.
CALiroiiMA has on hand n surplus of
CO.CCO.OOO bushels of wheat. An Isthmian
railroad would add millions to tho valuo of
Ex-minister I.owr-Li, has arrived at his
homo In lloston In about tho samo tin
Americanized condition as that In which Ills
Miccessor reached London.
Bit llttlo political excitement Is ex
pected In any part of tho country before
August, and thcro Is no reason to expect
that tho pot will boll fcarfullyuntll Septem
"Cmr. scnico reform has como to sta-,"
fays tho lloston llcmld. At any rate tho
administration seems lucllncd to stretch
tho civil servlco law so as to havo plenty of
room to "stay" In comfortably.
The Philadelphia Press concludes, u tho
Tcsult of n careful canvass, that there
Is promise of an excellent yield of corn,
mts, potatoes, and hay, with an assured
ubumlancc of all kinds of fruit.
The wonderful prosperity of tho south Is
Illustrated by tho statement of tho Atlanta
Couttitutioii that thero aro several street
mrcoiiductorblii that city who are worth
$37,&CO each. What dividends the car
companies pay Is not stated.
It is not worth wlillo to wasto words In
commenting on tho Interview with Commis
sioner Eaton, elsewhcro printed. Mr.
ICaton knows perfectly well that nny ap
pointment to any place In tho classified
fcervlec, without going through tho civil
fccnieo chute, Is a clear violation of law.
Tins week will witness tho nctlvo beglu-
llur tlf till, usual iifiin,vi eKfxlun from
Washington. Those who go will do well
to Insure some mitigation of tho costly
discomforts In storo for them by arrauglu;
to havo The National IIeitomcan regu
larly mailed to their rcspcctlvo addresses.
A number of esteemed contemporaries
nrc rising to a question of privilege and
lagging to remind tho Democracy that, bad
as was tho condition In which tho ltepubll
causleft tho agricultural department last
March, It was not half so bad as tho con
dition In which they found tho Treasury
and U ar Departments In March, 1801.
It is an almost sickening spectacle to sco
hundreds of usually quiet rural neighbor
hoods thrown Into bitter strife by tho elTort
to get up evldcuco of "oltenslvo partisan
Fhlp" against postmasters. It would bi
far better for tho administration to squarely
repudiate all Its civil service reform pledges
than to get around them by this vicious and
mischievous "ollcuslvo partisan" dodge.
The cost of transportation of wheat Is
nbout ouo cent per ton per mile. This fact
Is a bar to the prosperity of tho l'uclflo
slope. Tho Isthmus of Panama must bp
practically annihilated, not by tho De I,es
Ftps ditch, but by n railroad capable of
doing work cheaper than It can bo done by
that ditch, In caso tho latter Is over com
pleted, which Is extremely doubtful.
Vienna telegrams published yesterday
lltcuts tho causes leading to tho recent
labor riots at llritnn, where twenty persons
weio Killed and somo hundreds seriously
wounded. It appears that tho workmen,
Instigated by tho anarchists, objected to laws
ugulntlng tho hours of labor uud prohibit
ing all work on Sundays, Tho latter If
peculiarly offensive. Social affairs In Aus
tria aro In n Mate, of chronic disorder.
ExrEiiir.NCE has demonstrated that tho
transcoutlucntil railroads are practically
worthless as an outlet for the cnormom
ngticultutul product of tho Pacific slope.
At this time tho only menus of shipping
wheat from Snn Francisco U by sailing ves
sels around Capo Horn a long and tedium
voyage To ship by rail, at tho lowest poa,
hlble rate, costs eo much that nothing Is left
for tho producer. Tho natural solution o(
the dlfllculty Is to provide means for tho
speediest and cheapest transfer of freight
from ocean to ocean nt tho point wljero
thcro Is most ocean and least land. That
point Is Panama, and n railway, liulll for
heavy and rapid work, Is tho destined means
A 1'ow Fact.
The attack on John Iloacli, on account of
nu alleged failure of a naval board created
by act of Congress, Is an attack nu 8,000
well-paid workluginon, each of whom rep
mcuts, on an average, n family of live
The old naval advisory board, which Is
responsible for the Dolphin, claims that she
s a success, and proposes to refute all
ttatcments In opposition to that claim.
There Is a disinterested party In this city,
11 gentleman thoroughly well informed in
relation to shipbuilding and who has an
fxtentlvo knowledge of naval alfnlrs, who
j.bfiitb that, if permitted to do so, ho could
nt oi.cu sell tho Dolphin to a naval power in
Europo for a sum largely In excess of her
Tho bids of John lioach on tho four stocl
vessels, of which the Dolphin Is the small
ttt, wcio&00,CC0 less than tho bids of any
Senator Blackburn, of Kentucky, then a
leading member of tho house, was present
when the contracts wcro awarded to lloaeh.
Knowing all tho facts, ho declared that
Koiicli wus fall ly entitled to the contracts ;
be will to drelaro to-day If ho Is called
upon for mi opinion,
He rmPnwhyUoa.cn could under bid all
competitor wns entirely creditable. Ho
had mill litis facilities for tho manufacture)
of. etcct, mill coitlil eavo two or tlirco conls
on every pouiitl of tlint material, as com
parcil with prices that I1I9 competitors
would have had to pay for It.
Finally, tho assault mi ltoach looks llko
a conspiracy to crtih him by breaking
down his credit, In order that tho only
American establishment capable nf ilolnft
an cxtcnslvo business Jit tho building and
repolr of largo ships may bo gotten under
Democratic' control for tho building of a
Is this the scheme, Mr. Bccrctary Whltuoyt
Tho Argentine) llrrtulillc,
Tho administration of President Clove
land has announced a purpose In which Titr.
National IIeithmcax heartily concurs
to build up our foreign trado ns tho direct
and sure means of fostering homo Indus
tries. It Is n singular fact that the people of this
country aro nlinost strangers to their near
neighbors, tho Central and South American
states. Central Africa has been brought
moro prominently and frequently before tho
reading public In tho United States than
Central America; South Africa Is familiar to
thousands who aro Ignorant of South
In tho hope of dissipating somo portion
of tho Imllllerctico of Americans toward
their near neighbors nnd natural customers,
The ItcrunLiCAN will, from time, to time,
tako up and discuss their neighbors, availing
Itself of tho peculiar advantages afforded
by closo proximity to tho representatives of
nil nations. To-day wo havo a word to say
nbout tho Argentlno ltcpubllc.
Tills growing nation, though so faraway,
Is qulto likely In tho near future to seem
closo to us In many ways. Modeled after
our own form of government, largely
within tho samo grades of latitude south of
tho equator wo occupy north of It, broad
and liberal In spirit, In products and Institu
tions almost tho samo In tho south that wo
ore In tho north, why should wo not get
closer together In sympathy aud com
mercial reciprocity? People generally speak
of tho Argentine liepubllc as though it wcro
a little spot of land of Insignificant Import
ance, and so far away that It cannot bo con
sidered. It Is almost six times larger than
Germany or Prance, ten times tho slzo of
England or Italy, and six that of Spain.
This new republic embraces nearly C5,S39
geographical squaro miles of territory.
That Is n vast domain. Its summer
corresponds to our winter, our spring to Its
autumn. In 16S3 Its total population was
2,042,000. Of this 11(1.1,745 wcro foreigners
largely Italian, French, Spanish, German,
Tho republic consists of fourteen states,
with Independent powers only so farns
limited by tho federal constitution. Its
provinces, corresponding to our states,
elect their own governors aud make their
own laws without federal hlndcrancc. It
elects its president for tho samo term and
administers Its laws about as wo do.
lluenos Ayres, tho national capital, Is a
great city of 800,000 population.
Tho cllmato of this republic Is peculiarly
adopted to tho health of mail aud produc
tiveness of tho soil. It has been said of it
that It Is milder In winter and n llttlo
warmer In summer than Italy, which has
been regarded tho standard cllmato of tho
world. It might Justly bo called an ocean
rtke pasture. Its wool product Is prodigi
ous, and, therefore, Intensely Interesting
to us. Why should France, Germany, and
Italy havo a monopoly of this valuablo raw
material and the United States bo kept out
In tho cold
Tho pcoplo of tho Argentlno ltcpubllc
want our plows, wagons, engines, ma
Uilncrji fco., and wo need their wool. Is
thero anything In our policy In tho way of
such a result f Can any existing Impedi
ment bo removed, and who will do It?
Our sister republic Is most ably repre
sented In this government by Hon. I.uls I.
Domlngucz, her minister. IIo Is regarded
as a man of broad aud enlightened views,
aud of kindly disposition, who, no doubt,
6tands ready aud willing to give equivalent
for equivalent In any Interchange of com
merce beneficial to his country.
Our new minister to tho Argentlno lie
public, Hon. llayllss W. Hanna, Is In full
sympathy with tho policy of the administra
tion, eo far ns relates to tho extenslou of
trade and tho closer union of nil friendly
nationalities on this continent. Mr. Hanna
possesses all tho qualities necessary to com
plcto success In his new field of duty, and
The Hepcblican confidently expects that
ho will bo Instrumental In stregthcnlng the
bonds of ftlcndbhlp and bringing tho two
republics closer together In their commercial
Tho 1'uniumi Canal.
Contractors for work on tho Panama
canal now Insist on receiving their pay
weekly Instead of monthly, ns heretofore.
This Indicates lack of conddenco In tho
financial strength of tho corporation.
Tho next Information that wo receive
from this corporation will bo that It has ap
pealed to tho French government for aid In
order to save tho many millions already
Invested by tho French pcoplo.
Tho French government may bo Induced
to grant tho required assistance for a time,
but, In view of tho Suez experience, will
hardly invite John Hull to Join In tho
If tho Panama canal Is ever completed
tho tonnage charges will he so great that
Yankeo enterprise, by modern machinery,
will l.o ablo to unload, transport by rail
across the Isthmus, mid reload freight for
onc-flfth tho cost.
It is stated "that tho United States
steamer Iroquois, of tho Pacific station, has
soiled from Panama to Guayaquil, Ecuador,
under sealed Instructions from tho Secretary
of Stato lu regard to tho caso of Santos, tho
American citizen held there under arrest.
It Is understood that tho commander ot tho
Iroquois Is Instructed to mako a formal do-
maud In tho name of tho United Mates for
tho prompt rcleaso of tho prisoner aud to
afford htm all possible assistance" This
action will bo approved by tho whole coun
try. The administration, being satisfied
that Santos is an American citizen, Is
bound to protect him In all tho rights that
belong to a citizen of tho United States In a
AlIIAUGll'S GRAND OPEIIA HOUSE,
Tho excellent opera company now playing at
Albumin's Grand Opera House will present this
cvcniue, for tho lint time, Dalfu's "itohemlun
Girl." This opera is ono of tho best known of
nicll'h operas, nud with the cast of this com
pany is certain to bo well given, Thero aro
many plcaclnir melodies and stirring choruses,
many of which are recognized as standard
songs. Tho cast Is as follows : Arllue, Miss
Mary Ilecbci Gypsy Queen, Miss itosu Cooku)
llmUUeui, Mr. lieorga Appleby ; Count Aru
hciin, .Mr. II. M. Imiiuo; lievllshoof, Mr, W. II,
Wist; 1'loreHeln, Mr, O. V. Itoseman. Mr.
Appleby has been especially engaged for this
Optra, nml ho will no doubt prove a valuablo
ncqtihltfou to tho company. Tho season so
far has been Krntllylngtotho management, tho
ni uiL'iicuoi 1 1 with jiuviiiir ueen oven laraor
Hum before. In view of this It will bo wcllto
secure teats early In tho week.
twin' orr.nA house,
llic California Minstrels open a wcok's en
gagement ut Ford's Opera Houso to-night,
lliey nro nu excellent company aud huvo won
much npplamo lu llaltlmore, whero they played
(or tho pnt two weeks. Their vocalists aro
excellent, while Iho specialists aro tho bejt lu
tho profusion. Tho ilnnlo to the tint part,
"Her Majesty's Italian Opera Company Irom
C roM liouis 'J ItKiUcr, 1mdon," Is said to bo
n great success ami takes Immensely.
lug'aUWsthls wveli. u "' "'
"Wll-I, Till! TOH11W ItACICOUTI
Tim Situation Decidedly Confuod-Co-crclon
London, Juno 20. Tho lories aro already
tired of their white, elephant, and aro doing
their best to get rid of It. Tho aspect of af
fairs to-night Is that tho torlcswlll refuse to
accept ofllec, and that Gladstouo will ho
asked to return, Tho chango In .tho situa
tion Is mainly duo to Harcoutt nnd Cham
berlain, whoso speeches tho torlcs unani
mously Interpret as Indicating such n
relentless and unscrupulous opposition to
tho new government as would destroy It in
n month. Tho dread of tho torlcs Is that
they havo been entrapped Into oflleoonly to
lm humiliated nud nroved Incompetent bo-
foro tho world. The demands 01 tho tory
leaders appear to Impartial pcoplo very
reasonable, and, Indeed, absolutely neces
sary. If they nro to havo tho least clianco of
getting through with tho business session.
Meantime tho spirits of tho defeated
liberals aro rising higher and higher dally.
Gladstono looks almost ten years younger
since his fall, which Is duo to tho resurrec
tion of his popularity, resulting from his
overthrow. Ho Is cheered everywhere
Iho fulsome and ovcrdono eulogies of his
colleagues also prove that ho still wields
Iho fierce democracy as no other man can.
In tho hottso of commons on Friday tho
liberals wero boiling over with delight, nnd
tno torlcs wcro taciturn ami ucprcsscu,
Their next move Is doubtful. Lord Salis
bury will rurallzo at Hatllcld to-morrow,
nnd It Is probnblo that tho present parley
ing between tho two leaders will reach n
decisive stngo beforo Monday or Tuesday.
Tho Punielltcs aro In great glco over
Chamberlain's forward movo In tlio direc
tion of self-government. They consolo
themselves with tho reflection that which
ever sldo gets tho upper hand they havo
secured Important victories In killing coer
cion and getting such frauk payments by
Installments of their claims. Churchill has
also so far como splendidly outof the strug
gle, and proved himself stronger, not only
than poor old Northcotc, but also than
Salisbury. Tho expulsion of Norlhcoto
from too honso of commons has been
gained, whatever happens. This Salisbury
opposed bitterly, until Churchill compelled
him to consent to Northcoto's clovatlon
nud removal. Xao York Sim's CuWc Let
ter. London, Juno 20. Tho queen eummonod
Mr. Gladstone on Thursday and transmitted
tho Morquls of Salisbury's two requests,
first, either to agree to tho tory budget or
to consent to raising a temporary loan to
meet tho existing deficit; and, secondly, to
nllow tho conservative government to mo
nopolize tho w liolo time of houso tho In order
toprcvent tho starting of Inconvenient ques
tions. Jlr. Gladstonoliaving previously con
sulted his colleagues declined to gtvo these
pledges. Do professed himself as confident
that thcllbcrals would abstain from factious
opposition, but thought that spec! lie engage
ments would bo Impolitic.
Tho Marquis of Salisbury declared this
answer to bo unsatisfactory. When tho
Houses of Parliament met yesterday ho an
nounced that ho was obliged to postpono
tho expected statement and moved nu ad
journment until Tuesday, Many torlcs say
that tho Marquis of Salisbury Is resolved
not to proceed further without tho assur
ances which .Mr. Gladstono refuses to glvo.
Tho liberals aro pretty unanimous lutho
belief that Mr. Gladstono neither will nor
can glvo them. Mr. Labouchcro was
warmly cheered by radicals nnd liberals
nllko when ho protested last night against
concessions. Mr. Chamberlain aud Sir
William Horcourt, who seldom agrco on
anything, agrco on this subject. Both tell
tho torlcs that they shall get Just as much fair
play as tho torlcs showed tho lato govern
ment and no more. Tho situation seems,
therefore, to bo n deadlock; but nctlvo
efforts nro making to-day to nrrnngo
C0EI1CI0N AT AN END.
If the torlcs como in, tho list of tho cab
inet already published may bo taken to bo
nearly acurate II they do not, Mr. Glad
stone's return to powcrfwlll bo facilitated by
recent events. Mr. Chamberlain, who last
week exulted In his resignation and de
clared that nothing would Induco him to
take niuco ntratn beforo tho concral elec
tion, Is reconsidering his position, Tho
Marquis of Salisbury's known rcsulvo not to
attempt tho renewal of any portion of tho
Irish crimes net has produced nu extraordi
nary chango In tho wholo political situa
tion. Tho liberals sco that it Is impossible
for them to appear as tho partisans of coer
cion, which tho torlcs repudiate Which
ever party now assumes ofllec, coercion is
A SILENT REVOLUTION.
Sir Charles Dllkcs and Mr. Chamberlain
may, therefore, rejoin tho ministry, which
last week they wcro ready to wreck on this
question. Their return would Insure a ma
jority of tho house oven though Lord
Spencer and tho Slarquls of Hartlugton re
sign, as probably thoy would. Mr. Parucll
Is ready to tolcroto any ministry which ac
cepts his terms. This tacit abandonment
of coercion, though llttlo discussed amid
tho turmoil of tho crisis, Is really tho most
momentous fact of all. Very significant,
also, Is Mr. Chamberlain's explosion ot
wrath against tho whole system of English
rulo in Ireland, with an anathema against
uiiuun uasno ami strong declarations 111
favor of tho government of Ireland by tho
Tho question whether tho torlcs or tho
liberals take olllcols Insignificant beside tho
silent revolution 011 tho Irish question
which theso fow days havo brought nbout
In England. Tho ministerial crisis hence
forward resolves Itself Into a mcro struggle
ns to which party shall put tho other inn
false position. ijmuUcy't cable letter to Trl
lunc. 0001) LUCK FOIl IRELAND.
New York, Juno 21. Tho Tribune edi
torially says: "Tho outcomo of tho political
crisis In England Is most singular, At
present thcro. Is a deadlock, tho conserva
tive leaders attempting to oxact conditions
from Mr. Gladstono which ho Is unwilling
to concede Tho Marquis of Salisbury, In
order to compel compliance with his terms,
has hung up tho scats bill In tho houso of
lords. Ho reserves for himself tho prlvllogo
of appealing to tho old constituencies and
of postponing Indefinitely tho reorganiza
tion of tho electorate. IIo makes tho pass
ago of tho conservative budget and certain
arrangements forcontrolling tho business ot
tho remainder of tho session supplementary
clauses to tho compact made between Mr.
Gladstono and himself last November re
specting tho franchise and scats bills. Tho
liberal ministry, rather than consent to
these terms, are willing to resume ofllco
themselves. The situation, as explained
with great clearness In our special cablo
dispatches, Is a most curious one
Tho most important fact In connection
wilh tho deadlock Is tho failure of coercion.
Mr. Gladstone's ministry would not havo
been defeated on a question ot finance If
thoy had been ablo to agrco upon their Irish
policy. Coercion was tho rock upon which
tho ministry foundered. Hut tho moment
tho Slarquls of Salisbury was Invited to
form n government ho disclaimed any Inten
tion of renewing tho crimes act. Instead of
supporting tho vlows of Lord Spencer and
Lord Hartington, ho nhaudoued coercion
altogether Ilka a thoroughgoing radical ot
the Chamberlain type Tiio conscquouco Is
that tho whigs lu Mr. Gladstone') cabinet
no longer havo any political support. Coer
cion Is clearly out of tho question, If tho
torlcs havo turned their backs upon It.
This Is a result upon which Ireland Is to bo
heartily congratulated. Whether tho Mar
quis of Salisbury becomes prime minister or
Mr. Gladstono reorganizes his cabinet, re
placing Whigs with radicals, tho Island Is to
no released from tho barren policy ot coer
cion. That Is a great gain,
Thn Bnturiliiy Half Jlolldny.
Tho effect yesterday upon tho principal
thoroughfares ot New York ot tho Saturday
half holiday was to cause their almost com
plete desertion nt an early hour lu tho after
noon, Wlillo space will not permit ot our
giving a list of tho firms which closed at or
about noon, tho number was at least 1,000
lu addition to those which wo named lost
Sunday. A"u York llcrahl, 21j.
'Tsrns tho Miilurln."
A lady who met Gov. Hnadly, ot Ohio,
declares that sho doesn't sco how ho over
beeaimi governor, "ho Is so inodost, you
know." 'Twos tho malaria that did It,
ma'am. l'hiliuleljthia I'reu.
Danii Jloflucs CoiiMlslenoy,
The Jon el which ho wears Is not consist-
cney. NiirnittfttM JltpuWean,
Consistency Is sometimes tho last defense
of a hypocrite nnd tho only glory ot a
fool. A rti York timu
While Gen. Daniel Pratt, of lloston, tho
only real rival of Gen. llcnjamln llutlor In
tho raco for tho presidency both having
run or that high ofllco with equally re
munerative restuts Is around In tho rural
towns of Massachusetts lecturing to ad
miring audiences 011 "Tho Oosmahogany of
Inherent Forces," It Is really astonishing,
almost amusingly absurd, that tho Concord
school ot philosophy should proposo to do
votoltscntlro summer session to tho con
sideration of Goethe iVftti York H'orM.
Tlin Tlicntro Combine,
Tho summer garden of tho Theatre. Comlijuo
will this week havo nu unusual attraction In
Miss Louisa do I.ulsl's fcmnlo archery club.
Tho fair archers nro well trained In their parts,
nnd. together with tho pleasant cojlneis
which characterises tho Comlquo's summer
gnrtien, an ovcruowiug uouso seems o uo cor
inlu, both during tho crcnlngs nnd nt the mat
iucis on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
OnnrnTiiF.ltF.runi.lCAN moiled to your sum
mer address. Only 60 conts a month, postago
W. W. ConixmAN Is visiting friends la I)3Sto:t
Miss Lockwood, of 810 Twelfth street north-
west, Jell yesterday for Atlantic City.
Miss 1'Lonr.NCE Mr.t.nounNE, daujhler of
MnJ. Melbourne, Is expected to return from
I.uropo on mo 1st or July.
MtnsliiruAN WnioiiT, son of Ocn. Marcus A.
Wright, leaves for New York this evening to
Join his ship on n summer cruise.
MlNlstEn Cox, lloscoe conktlug, ex-Attorney
General Brewster, wife nud son, and Chief
Justlco Wnlto and wlfo wcro passengers on tho
steamer Gallia, which sailed lor Liverpool Sat
urday. Mrs. Helen M. GouaAn has withdrawn her
oflcr of tlOO to any ono who would whip lion.
John (1. Williams, of tho Treasury Department,
upon his withdrawal of tho aspersions upon
her In his paper, tho Lnfayctto (Ind.) SStui'lau
Mn. ItlcitAliD II. 8T0DDARD, who was ap
pointed consul general to Athens, 0 recce, will
not ncccnt tho position, he (ays. IIo wanted
another position, but thinks that ho was looked
upon as a mere scribbler, and not n business
man, as ha Is.
1'noF.l.DWARn V. lttnotM.of Iho high school,
accompanied by his wife, will visit l'rcdonht,
K, Y., 011 Wednesday en routo for Martha's
Vineyard to dellvet n courso of lectures on
liotany nnd kindred subects before the students
of tho summer Institute
CostlNa changes In tho diplomatic corps In
cludo tho translcrof Minister West, who will bo
succeeded by Sir Henry Drummond, aud Min
ister Itoustan will bo sent to China to represent
1'rancc. M. WUttatnov, of tho llusslan lega
tion, has been assigned to a new post of duty.
Gr.EnAL Logan will Icavo tho city In a day
or so to attend tho reunion of tlio old soldiers
nt Portsmouth, Me On tbo Ith of July ho ex
pects to bo tho guest of Henry C. Bowcn, at
Woodstock, Conn., to nttcud tho 1'ooplo's
Gathering, Tno latter part of August tho gon
cral nnd Mrs. Logan expect to spend n couplo
ofwecksntthe Thousand Islands as guests of
George 11. Marsh. After that tlmo Gen. Logan
will probably remain lu this city until Con
Intei.lioenci. was rccolvod In thlsclty Satur
day that Mr. 11 M, Gordon, a well-known and
much-esteemed resident of Evnusvllle, Ind.,
had been accidentally shot on Thursday night
and had died on Friday night from tbo effects
of tho Injury received. Mr. Gordon had many
friends In Washington, who will bo sb.oekcd.to
bear of his sudden death. IIo was a brother
of Mrs. C. 11, Atlcn.wlfeof tho managing editor
of The National IIeitdlican. Ho was about
40 years of nge, nnd has left a wlfo and tlirco
small children, tho youngest being only u
son Democratic Association will Ih, luld nt
Cosmopolitan Hall, corner of Ktghtli and V. streets
iiortlmcst, on THIS (Monday) UVI.NINU, 221)
INST., nt H o'clock, for the purpose of doing appro
priate honors to our esteemed fellow member, lion.
Ahoinns W. Hartley, decease!.
JOHN U. NOHIUS, President.
N. 8Ar.no, Secretary. It
-;y Ml-.MUEItS OF NAVAL LODOi:, No. 4,
CtM' V. A. A. M.. nro romioatix! In ,nit nt tliMr
hall promptly ut-t o'clnok Till AI'l'UllNooN, in
dark iclotlilnjr, to ntlend tho funeral of our lato
brother, S, A. II. Marks, sr.
lirethren of sister lodges nro respectfully Invited
Iiy order of the W. M.
It GKOItm: BCIIULTZ, Secretary.
KCSfolI. A. SELiaSON,
ttVtf l-Jat i-nin. Ave. N. W.,
Hells Virginia Claret (Norton's Seedling) at
hO CUNTS A GALLON.
California and Uhlo Wines. lelS-tf
VKSf 8. M. CATE, M. P., 010 Mcl'IIKRSON
CStj Square, gives special attention to diseases of
the nervous system, spinal curvatures, nnd rotts
sease. Hours, 11 to -J and O to 7. Je.Vlm
WILLIAM K. WOOD A CO.,
fiKCTIOKAI. CAST HION HOHXIIS. TIM INDI
RECT IIADIATOU, nmt WOODd CAST
IKON DimSCT ItADIATOIW.
FIItST.CLAB! HTKAM HEATING
of I'n 1)1 lo Jiulldliif-nnd 1'rlvnte Dwelling.
200 V. UALTIMOKi: HT. ami 1 N, LIllUKTV
HT., .tALTlMOUK, MI), mwf
pay NOW iaTIinTIMETOaETAWNINOa,
IIAISLETT, 817 MAUKET SPACE,
li the man to make them.
AWNINGS, TENTS, AND FLAGS
made to order nt tho shortest notlco and reasonable
niy30-l m prlcw.
O. CANDKE, VITAPATH 111 YDX
i tmmoy me uesi ncnuu resource or
imture. cient 1 firnllv nnnlteil throuch Vltnl Nar.
vnurn, Klcctrlclty, Vegetable llme1lcii, Food,
Water, Atr, Heat, Light, Ozone. Electrlo Vnnor
Itaths, Ac. I discard nil Minerals, Onlatei, Mer-
my own vegetable remedies. Consultation free.
Call or send for testimonials of wonderful cures.
1 treat all tllsrarpfl.ncuto or chronic. Oillcoand
nceptlon parlors. WM F St., bet. Utu and lUtli,
Washington, ). .
DYCKEIUIOFF l'OUTLAND CEMENT.
The titrongut and llest Known to the Trade.
II. L. CHANFOltt),
Sole Agent for Dlitrlct of Columbia,
Olllco 1418 V Street, N. W.
Worchonse, II. L. BIscou' Wharf, foot of Tenth
Orders promptly filled and deliveries made to any
part of the city.
OnANOLITHIC, ARTIFICIAL HTONE,
AHl'HALTUM, NEUCIIATEL MASTIC,
htreits, Sidewalks, Stables, Itaiemeut and Cellar
Floors, oruhereverntfolld, Smooth, and Durable
la enient or Floor Is required.
Orders promptly attended to, and AU Work Guar
anteed for the Term or Five Years.
All representations that the above work, as now
performed by roe, Is an Jnfrlngctaent of any rights
of others, or that nnycourt has so held, Is Incorrect.
I guarantee nil patrons of my work against any
claims or suits for dunutces.
II. L. C1UNFORD,
No, 1118 F St. N.W.
Telephone Call No. 881,
Tho alove Is found In the herfectlv nuro lAttfr
Beer munufuctured by tho Rochester Brewing Co.
'I his Beer contains neither glucose, grape sugar, nor
any substitute whatever for hops, aud Us manufac
turers will pay $1,000 to any one proving (bat this
statement Is not truo In every particular. -
For those w how system Is debilitated from n
ihiimj niiuictfT iiiitb ii ii'i uvuer remctiy man li
u re inn It liquor. The Rochester Brenlng Co.'
niisTiuimi ingrr is iu uccnniing a pnmo rurorne,
nnd taking the lend over ult other beers sold. Every
family should try a ruse. Tell your grocer to order
It for you, or send us your orders direct, aud they
will receive prompt ntteutlon.
F. H. FINLEY,
1200 Tn. ave. and 1200 1) st. N. W.
CUaAItlBUaAUI SUGAR 1
Parties who expect to do any preserving will do
veil to lay In (heir Sugar now, ns It will certainly
go higher as tho season advances. Wo nro now
ftelllng standard Granulated Sugar at (tljc. per
pound) White Soft Ant Gc. per pound; Uood Brown
nt 5c, per pound, We havo marked down nil our
Groceries lower than anyone who sells (.rut-claw
goods. Wo Mil strictly fur cash. Goods amounting
to V or nter delivered free. All goods must give
enllro satisfaction, The finest Creamery Butter at
25c. FOOLE. BROOKE A CO.,
Oil Louisiana Avenue.
M" OUNT YERNONI " "
MOUNT VERNON I
J MOUNT VERNON I
STEAMER W. W, CORCORAN
Leave 7th K. Wharf dolly (except Sunday) for
At 10 o'clock a. m.i leturnlng, reaches Washington
about 3;U0. lu,
MOTICE TO OWNERS OF CARRIAGES.
Persons leaving the city for the summer, and
w Itdilng their winter carriages repaired, painted, or
stortil, will til id It to their advantage to leave them
with us. Special attention given to the Kepalntimr
of Fine Carriages, Monograms, Coats-of-Aruis, aud
Crt'ts executed lu the very best manner
ANDREW J. JOYCE,
412, 414 nnd 410 Fourteenth Street N. W
GEO. W. JOYCE, Manager.
Agents for Brewster A Co. (of Broome Street), New
TYl? A 17i:Sf AND HOW I CURB IT,
AJXJiVX' by ono who was deaf for 28 years)
a nicctMful houiH treatment, AddrvssT, 8. PAGE.
128 E. 20th tt.t New York. JeU-Ol
r.xritEssTnAtNs nun Tintouati without
CAMDI.N AND ATLANTIC IUtLIlOAt),
Train Btatlon Toot of Vine Street
wist jnnauY RAii.noAD,
From Station Toot of Market Btroct.
Aeeesslhlo from Washington by tho through
trains of the
lULTIMOnr. AND POTOMAC! It. It.
Prom the New Droail Street Station of tho Penn
sylvania llatlroail, At l'hlladelphtn, street cars will
convey passenjrers direct to thn West Jersey Hall
road station. Union Transfer Coaches to tho station
of the 1-amden and Atlantlo Itallrond.
Tor through tickets, tmnRage checks, nnd full In
formation apply as follows 1
NOKTHKAST COUNr.ll TIIIIITHKNTII ST. AND
Station llaltlmoro and Potomac Railroad.
C1IAH. l:. I'fdil,
J. It. WOOD,
General Passenger Agent.
I IMtl! (JUIXN OF WATniVlNO l'LACUS,
Is reached by Iho '
WEST JEJtsr.Y IlAlLltOAD
two noun's most Philadelphia.
I'AST EXPRESS TRAINS, with Parlor Cars at
tached, nro run during the season nt convenient
hours. 1'nssenaers arrive at tho New Ilroad street
station, l'hlladetptiln, where Union Transfer
Coaches and Horso Cars transfer them direct to the
station of llio
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt the foot of Market street.
Tor tickets, baggago checks, nnd full Information
NORTHEAST CORNER THIRTEENTH ST. AND
Station llaltlmore nnd rotomac Railroad.
CIIAS E. rilGII,
J. It. WOOD,
General l'assener Agent.
TT1 a,000 FEET,
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND,
On the crest of the Allcghenles, within the f union i
(lladoftcctlon, directly on tho lino of the B. A, O,
Nostaco rides or bus transfers,
All Limited Express trains stop.
With tho new nnd tinpnrnlleled fast ncheilme on
Iho llaltlmore nnd Ohio llallro.id theso lovely twin
resorts nrc beyond all comparison tho moitndvan
tagcourdy located, both ns to train nervlco nnd sur
roundings, of any east of the ltocklcs,
Leave Washington after lato breakfast; nrrlvo
at Deer Turk for early dinner. Leave Washing
ton after late dinner; arrive, at Deer Fork for sup
per. Itetarn trains are tqunlly favorable. Leave Dwr
Turk after breakfast! nrrlvo nt Washington for
carh dinner. Leave Deer Fork after dinner! arrive
nt Washington for early supper. There Is also a
Night Exprws each way, making Triple Dally
Trains Each Way.
Jl.d.0. Limited for Chicago and the Northwest,
via Deer Fark and Oakland. Leaves Washington nt
10 a. m., nrrtvlmr In Chicago next morning nt H.JVi
n. m.t quicker than any other limited. U.&.O.
Limited for Cincinnati. St. Louts, and tho South
uesl. via Deer Fark and Oakland. Leaves Washing
ton U.IWI p. in., arrive Cincinnati 7:13 a. in., four
hours tho quickest! St, Louis (1.U0 p.m., on hour
Magnificent Trains Through Without Change.
New HulTet, Sleeping, Far lor, Family Itoom.and
Srnson opens Juno 23. No Flics, no Mosquitoes,
no Hoy Feer, no Malaria.
Deer Fark and Oakland, the ono being bnt six miles
distant from the other, with moU charming drives
connecting them, will bo under tho management of
Mr. W.J. Walker, who In his two seasons' manage
ment of Deer Fark made many enthulatlc friends
of the glorious resort among Washlngtoulnns,
All communications should bo addressed to W.J.
Walker, Queen City Hotel, Cutnlerland, Md., up to
June 15, nnd after that data, either Deer Fark or
Hales, too, f7&, nnd (00 per month, according to
location. Dlacramsnf iloors and rooms oikmi at 11.
AO.Ilcket olllccs, 010 and T351 Pennsylvania
Thell.&O, Company has spared no expense) In
render ln Deer l'ark nnd Oakland tho leading
mountain icsort of tho East, nnd for the season of
'85 the attractions Hill be of a character not hither
to equaled and tho culslno of both houses unex
celhd. The Hiiest place for children lu the land.
"WEST END HOTEL,
COTTAGES AND IIESTAUIIANT
WILL ortN JUNE 0. THE HOTEL JUNE 20.
D. M. & W. E. HILDRETII,
NEW YOEIC OFFICE, CI BROADWAY.
"VIRGINIA BEACH HOTEL.
J. P. HORDACH ACQ., rR0rilIET0R9.
This splendid hotel Is now open for guests. Rates
per day, $2.50 to f t. Special rates by the week or
month. The hotel Is furnished throughout In the
Ust style, superior beds, lighted with gas, amply
supplied m lth pood water, and nn excellent table.
The close proximity of tho Uulf stream to Virginia
Bench preserves a uniformity, n dryness and mild
ness of temperature In winter as Melt as summer,
which makes this resort the most attractive for
health nnd for bathing of any plnco on tho Atlantlo
seaboard. Address J. F. HORBACH & CO., Vlr
filnln Beach Hotel, Princess Anne county, Va.
Great North Mountain, near Winchester, Vn.
About seven hours' ride from Washington. Two
malls dally nnd telephone connection with all
faints reached by telegraph. OPENS JUNE 10,
US5. No bar. A info nnd delightful summer re
sort. Altitude over 1,000 feet. Atmosphere dry,
No swamps or fogs. Four different mineral waters
of crenMnlue In the cure of kidney nnd liver com
plaints and dyspepsia. A rare chalybeate spring
(the strongest In the United States), containing per
gallon over 14 grains of Iron lu the beat form
known, viz., carbonate of protoxide, nnd nearly 13
grains sulphateof magnesia, Thcso mineral waters
may be used singly or combined In hot or cold
baths. An Immense swimming pool heated to an
Terms very moderate.
Round-trip tickets from Washington (8.50, good
for tho season.
Pamphlets and nil Information atA. 8. PRATT
A SON'S, Manager, 401 Oth street northwest, Wash'
I ngjo n, D. C.
1) EVERE HOUSE,
' RELAY STATION, B. A 0. II, It.,'
ST. DENNIS P. O., MD.
MRS. L. J, OWENS, Proprietor, opens this hotel
for a summer resort. Tho prices are reasonable,
nnd accommodations excellent as regard rooms and
table. The surrounding country is picturesque,
abounding In shady walks and drives. Only thirty
minutes fiom Washington, UaD, ft O. It. R. fast
U.MMEIt eeiiooL OF LANGUAQna.
Special arrangements with tho proprietor of tho
lienandoah Alum Hnrlmrs. VlrelnU. enable us to
oirer HALF prices to those who w lsh tocombino tho
pleasure of nn excellent mountain resort with tho
BuiuniageBoianrsi'Cinna scnooi ror moucrn lan
guages. Send for circular to the Berlltx School of
Languages, 72314 th st. N. W. iny27-lm
TROOKE PARK HOTEL,
FOUR MILE3 ON ROAD TO CABIN JOHN
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FISHING AND
PLEASURE PARTIES, ,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
J, K. imOOKE, rroprleton
QLD POINT COMFORT, VIRGINIA.
SITUATED 100 YARDS FROM FORT MONROE.
Open all the year. Accommodates 1,000 guests.
Equal to any hotel In the United States. Sur
roundings picturesque and hlstoria Appointments,
table, and service unexcelled. Bathing, boating,
fishing, and driving specially attractive. Terms
less fur equal Accommodations than any resort In
the country. Puro ocean nlr, freo from malaria,
and conducive to refreshlntf sleep. Send for do
Mrtpttvo pamphlet. II. PHOEBUa, Proprietor.
1Y THE SKA ATLANTIC CITY,
NOW READY TOR BUMMER BOARDERS.
RATES, t8T0 115 PER WEEK.
Address MRS. M, S. LOCKWOOD,
810 12th St., Washington, D. C,
my23-tf Or Ashland Houso, Atlantlo City.
Till! MOUNTAINS OP TENNSYLVANIA.
The I'AItK 1I0TIX, AYIUlamiport, l'iv, Is now
ready for suDimer guests.
1'or circulars aiul rates nddrcss
Ilnvlng recently nttetl up a
la connection with uiyl'ntctit Truces, I am pro
pareil to furnlili
ILLUBTltATIONH TOIt NKWai'Al'ISH!) AT
41B UleyentU Street Northil est,
WA JTKD-TWO VOUNfi COLOUKD OIIIM
deslrlnit to leave the city would llko sliua
lions aschlld's nurse or chambermaids In rtrst-ctass
famllvi references gtven If required. Please call nt
112111(1 St. N. W. l-l
W" ANTED-A SITUATION 11YA Fl lut
eins cook to do any kind of work In private
family, In city or country, for tho summer. Apply
nNnMalinlst, N.W. 1-2 1 .
WANTED-IlY A YOUTH OF III A POSITION
to learn n trade or respectable, employment,
AildrrMWIl.L, Republican omce. ,,
YtTANTED-llY EXPERIENCED WHITE FE
v v mate roox A situation,
Address M. 1, Re
1.2'J XxrANTKll nY A IlflV. 17 YEAIIS OLD. A
vV situation In broker or banker's omce, who
ran nnnff ocstorrerci
ability. Integrity, Ac.
can bring best of references In regard to character,
Address UIIOKElt, Itepub-
-fanted-a colored woman to cook,
i nh, nnd Iron for private family) can ro
home nights. Apply at 418 2d st. N.W. 2-21
WANTED-A SETTLED COLORED WOMAN
for general housework) imut come well rec
omjnnUApj)lnOIO K st. N. W, ?2j
VANTED-A COMPETENT COOIC, COLORED
li preferred) situation permanent nnd good
wages. Apply nt vim Mass. nv. is, w. 'i-i-s
WANTED-A GOOD TIANIST, A SOPRANO
and nlto. Call or nddrcM standard Opera
Compnny, now playing nt Alexa rJa,Vn. --
"WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKER,
Apply nt 1111 Fst.N. W. 2!J
WANTED-THREE FIRST-CLASS GtRL
wnltrcsscsicxpcrlencedonly need apply. 0U8
FtN.W. I 2-23
ITANTED-A GIRL TO DO HOUSEWORK
? for llndullsjMhitcglrl preferred, Inqutronl
125 D St. H. E. ?22,
V"ANTED-A FEMALE DINING ROI)M8El
M vnntt nene need apply unless well recom
mended. Apply 1010, cor. Mass, nv, and 11th st.
lirANTED-AGENTS AT ONCK IN MARY
V land. District of Columbia, Virginia, and
Kortli Cnrnllna for
Issrs nn.I HiwccIim nf Jere
." APlr I). AL'l'LK
KTON A UO.'U
AUKAUY, 4U7 7111 St. N. W.
WANTED-A aim, TO
,1 liousevorlc Inii family of2.
erencTsnl l'-CIl N. Y, rs.
Arply, tilth ref-2-20
rANTKD-KNKIlOnTIO, TUSIIINO BM.n.S
ft menlosellnll klndsofnnrserystork. lutmr
nntre stentljr employment, mul to successful sales
men 1 pny M IiIrii ns SlfXI per montli nnl ex
penses. Apply Immediately, Rlrlnir nge. II. II.
KXI1T1N, Nurseryman, Itochester, N. Y.
rANTKl)-A HOtlSnOK AI10UT 10 ROOSM;
T also 20 to 00 front feet or vacant ground
mnst lien bargain. Address 2071 Otli st. B. li. 11-2J
WANTF.D-I WISlI TO KENT A SMALL Kulu
ti nlslied house In suburbs, or on railroad neur
city preferred. Address, Willi terms and partlcu
InrsHJi., ltepubllcon Ofllec. 11-22
TirANTED-TO rtlRCUASK FOB SAOOO
m cash, n 10-room house, svlthln half mllo of
14tn and N. Y.nr. N. w,
Address HOIMH, Kc-
It 'AyTi:nJl o o.irs.
"rANTr.D-aoon size FnoNT ltoosi on 2d
l lloor, with bonrilf'Uapttol mil preferred! for
summer, nt 2i). Address l)i;rAIlT.Ml;.ST (JI.CIIIC,
ltcpuultcnii Olllce. 4-2J
TA7rANTi:b-AT,42l'6"lir8T. Niw., A 00011
caterer. 5-2 1
fANTKD-TO 1'UnCIIASE A I1AI1Y OAll-
rlngo and a small refrigerator. Address OAHII,
itepulillcon omce. 0-22
rpnn RociinsTHit ncmi is tub best in
X the country; It Is freo from adulteration, there
fore a good ionic. F. II. F1NLKY, 12UU l'a. nve.
WANTr.I)-TO 1'UIICIIASI! A BOUND, OEN.
Uo horse at a kargalu. Address UAltOAIN,
Kepnlillcan Olllce. O-lf
WrANTKll-TO ANNOUNCF. THAT JOHN B.
l Ilenll, Ilatemninti I'o.'s Hank, 1411 Fst.N.
, Is n Commissioner of Deeds for every Stato and
Territory, United States Commissioner, llxainlner,
nnd Notary 1-ubllct alisay lu olllco from 0 n. ui. to
ft p. in.
AdENTLEMAN WITH MODEItATE CAPI
tal ileslres to nssoclato himself with some ono
In nn established bulncs or to start n now business.
Address Ill'SlNESS, llepubllcnnotllce.. Je22-3t
fimn nr.hT tonio rou this
Xthe tturc Itochester Peer. Oct tho gcuulnc. F. II.
ijrL,.i, iuu l-a. nve.
A LOAN OF MOO FOll 1 YEAIl!
X slll clvo liberal Interest and securltvon ni
will glvo liberal Interest nnd securltyon prop-
erty worth (2,UU0. Address LOAN, Republican
UCCES3 IN niOTOaRAriUNO CHILDREN!
iiucK ineinoii; proon mown; eausiaciory worx
LARDNint &. CO., t)27 Fa ave.
J A3. RUTHEREORD, DEADER IN STAPLE
and Fancy Groceries, OUU 1) st, N. W. Wines,
Lfonors, and Cigars. myll-Iy
CLOCKS-ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND AMERN
can.repalml hy JAMES O. RATES, 038 1M.
are. eaett send Jiostal and ho will call; perfect work
From May 1 to Not, 1.
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN,
Pleasant Rooms at Summer Prices.
It ' j;r 1 n JEht 1 tic, JjOans9 Etc.
Charles E. Jjisnor.
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, AND INSURANCE.
No. 1008 V st., bet. 10th aud 11th sti.
FOR SALE t
Elf cant residence In northwestern section, second
to none In Washington; price, 180,000.
I'lno residence on Iowa Circle, In rooms, and all
modern Improvements; price, 125,000.
Three-story brick duelling, M street northwest,
nioslern Improvements; price, 110,000.
iiircestory uncx uwciiuiff on piiniu sircetnorui'
eft, modern ImprovcmeuU, 11 rooms;
Three-story and basement hrlclc dwelling, 11
rooms, modrrn Improvements, near East Capital
Park; price. I7.&0U.
Nice resldtnce near (leorsre town, 11 rooms, nnd
two acres ofrroundi price, 1 11, ooo.
Tho new trick drlllnir", on I street, all modern
Improvements; prUt, 0,60U and 7,UU0 each;
brick store ft&d dwelling, 033 0 street southeast,
0 rooms, modern Improvements; price, 4 1,000.
T o-story Lrlck LulMlm, 20 by 00, lot 20 hy 8,
0 rooms, Including store, Eighth and II sts. north
west; price, M.OOO; terms easy.
Two dwellings,- rooms each, on Rldjo street;
price, 2,200 cash.
Two-story frame dwelling, 1817 Seventh street
northwest; price, 12,000.
Elegant residence In northwestern section, 20
rooms, all modern Imprvements, suitable for grand
parties and receptions: furnished, 17,000 per an
num, or nnnirntsiiedstA.ftoo; lease one to nve years.
l'INE RESIDENCE, 1H Rooms, modern
Improvements, elegantly furnished, near
Thomas circle f250.00
FINE RESIDENCE, 18 rooms, modern
Improvements, near Thomas Circle. 100.00
tPT All property placed In my hands will bo
liberally advertised lthout cost to owners,
MEN 0NLY.-A NEW, QUICK. PERMANENT,
absolutely certain cure for lost or falling man
hood. Heuefltfl within n day; cures usually within
ft month. No quackery; simple, scientific
explanation, many references, and Indisputable
proofs mailed under seal, free. Address THE
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Uutmlo, N. Y.
fTIOOR FOR MENl (
Rook free. C1VIALE
QUICK, SURE, SAFE.
Auunui, iuu ruiiwn
street, lvcw yoric.
TADIES.-JU8T PUBLISHED. "TREATISE on
J Self-Development of the Female Dust and
j oriii." loiorvu aiiuioiiiii'ui pinie, tun cxmun.i
tlon, medical opinions, &c, mailed sealM for 20
cents. Address P.O. DRAWER 170,
Dutralo, N. V,
JiUNTMSSS C Alt VS.
AWNINO "mAKER-R. 6.M. RURTON, 4:U
Oth st. N. W, Reception Canopies and Decora
tlons for rent. All kinds of Awnings, Tents, aud
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS-JOHN E.
REALL,144l F st. N. W.J Commissioner for
c cry State and Territory.
T L KERVAND, 1012 PA. AV.-ENORAV.
tl Ing plato and 00 visiting -cards BO cti.j AO
cards from same plate, 40 cts,; 100 cards printed
from plate, 7ft cts.
MACHINISTS-FORSDERa & MURRAVSII)
7th st. S. W.
'PRUNES AND HARNESS-JAMES S. TOP
J. HAM,12UlPa.av. N. W.
piNE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER,
FINISHED AND UNFINISHED SHIRTS CON
tlanlly on baud.
A FULL LlNEOFHOSIERVaudNECKWEAU
E. & W. COLLARS AND CUFFS.
THOMPSON'S SHIRT FACTORY.
CHARLES HYATT, PROPRIETOR,
&10 F street) opposite Patent Ofllce,
Fan llisxT' Jtoom
17011 RENT-1248 lltlt ST. N. W., A FINE,
. large, cheerful, U'Wlndow, 2d story front room,
nicely furnished) summer rates) to party without
children. J 7-2t
J70R RENT-LAnOE, COOL, FURNISHED
X rooms on 2d nnd ild floors; each ono nultablo for
two ernttemem (15) nil Improvements) private
family. UuiHIst. N. W. 7-21
170R RENT-ONE EXTRA LARGE St7.E
: hall room, to per month. 737 Oth st, N. W.
I 7011 11ENT-O03 12Tit BT." N. W., HAND
. somely furnished rooms, well ventilated, cool,
nudnlry,bny window) two front, communicating,
on 2d noor, nnd two on Ud floor) summer rates.
I70R RENT-1028 17T1I 8T, N, W.-FUR-.
nlshcd room 2d floor) hot nnd cold wuten prlco
very moderate) references exchanged.
17011 RENT-rURNISHED, 2 VERY DE3IRA-
bio rooms on 2d floor) location fine) summer
priresi privaie luinim wuu or wiuiout uo.ira.
2025 Ost. 72.!
170R .RENT - 1IANDSOME1
JL nnrlor.cn suite or simile. In n nt
references exchanged. 804 Uth St. N. W,
170U RENT-704 lOrtt ST. N, W., NICELY
JL furnished room on 2d lloortnlso one onltditermt
moderate. 7-2 1
1."01I 1IHNT-007 N. J. A V., 1 UNrUIlNISIlDD
V room on 2d Moori 1 front and 2 back rooms on
lid floor. Jl2i,.
l?01l ItKNT-2122 PA. AVC, NEATLY FUlT
X' nlshed 2d story frontroomprlrntfuinllyiterms
I?oiritr.Kr-iN A MOST limillAllLr.' LOCA
tlon. handsomely lrnlshell rooms houso first
class tn every respect Address 11. !, T., Itepub
llcan Ofllce. 7-211
I" JOIl ItENT-TWO PLKA-ivNT.C'OOL IIOOMS;
. well furnished! sslth pas, t7 per month pactit ref
erences exchanged, lltllotlrst, N. W., near M.
I'ont clUiejen 1 nnd Op. in. 7j?'.
I" pon nr.NT, with" hoaud-handsomely
. furnished 2d story front room; also hall rooms;
cars pass the door. '201 D St., corner of 2d N W
I' ?oTtHENT-COOL, AinYrwi-LLFIIKNISltEl)
. rooms, en sulto or sinsle; commodtous batht
delightful location; prlvatn famllyi renrenccs;
summer prices. 12111 (J St., cor. ltllh. 7-22
T70B HENT-rtOOM, F.SPF.OIALI.Y HE-
X signed for hotisckeeplngt 1
furnished or nnfur
ntshedT 013 Tel. N.W.
T70H ItENT-TO CATEItEO,
nnd kitchen. Inoulro nt UU3 a St. N. W.
I7on nr.NT.-JULY l, handsomely f'uh
. nlshed rooms, en suite or single, at 1001 lltlt
I'jOn IlENT-PLEASANT POOMS, NICELY
. furnished, all modern conveniences, at 170U
N. Y. nv. N. W.
IiOIl nr.NT-1421 K ST. N. W., DOOMS, WITH
. board; references given nnd required. 7-tf
poh flENT-VEIlYDESlitADLn HOUSES.
SIR new Cl-room brick, 307 7th st. S. P..
1H nlco n-room brick, 420 p st. N. W.
120 new O-room brick, 72 K st. N. E.
tM fine H-room brick, 1510 II St. N. W.
(ill nice n-room brick, UO o st. N. W.
(UO flna 10-room krlck, 1U0 U st. 8. E. .
These houses hnve nil modern Improvements.
Apply to I1UHIINELL A CAIIUSI,
1000 F St. N. W. JeO-tf
I?OIt SALE-2-ST0RY 0-R005I, RATH ROOM,
.cellar, nnd summer kitchen) brick dwelling;
modern Improvements; located northwest; con
enlent to street cars; n cozy, comfortable home; for
(4,000. Also a three-story brick tin el ling, H roonti,
Lath room, nnd modern Improvement, centrally
located, f 1,200, on ?ay terms. TVLER &. RUTH
l.Ki ujuj, i'i:u ir si, n,
I?OR 8ALE-A BEAUTirtTL FARM OF 215
. acres, three and a half mlle-s north of George
town, D. C, on Rockvlllo pike, two dwellings, largo
stone barn, 00 acres 1 1 tuner, well watered, fruit,
Ac, or Mill exchange for nbout 100 acres of unim
proved property near Colesvllle. Md. A. H. CAY
WOODcorncr Oth nndJC sts. N.W. H-2t
17011 SALE-A GOOD FAMILY
J. extenslou top; very cheap!
Apply at 1712 mm
A new o-nooji nnicK house
X on 11th st. B. ILtnowrentln-fforianermonlhi
price, ei,oru. Aiiuress i.Agi' YASiiu
Address 1.AS1' WASl!
i70ii sam:-ciii.ai,i:st kausi on the
X iiinrket! DO acres; 0 lulle. from city; small house;
no reasonable oirer refused. U. F. MA11S1IA1.L,
020 V St. N. W. H-20
T70II FINE FLAVOIl AND
X Itochester Hccr cannot bo equaled.
LEY, 12011 l'a. nve.
I 7011 SALE-AN ELEGANT ESTATE, ONE
. nitlo from Portland, Me.; lino mansion homo
and B acres of cultivated grounds; a splendid sum
mer residence or permanent home; value, (30,000;
can be had at n bargain. Address J II. CO YI.E,
J n., Portland, Me. fe7-slilt
I70E 8 ALE-HYIAUUTIN 1'. H110WN, 1420 F ST.
N. W., 40,000 feet of ground on Kith st. N. W.,
bet. Scott circle nnd II St., and 00,000 feet on New
Hampshire are., bet. Dupont circle nnd L st.i sev
eral nrst-class houses, rauglug In prlco from ,10,000
to ,100,000; JelO-tf
I70Il8ALE-HEVEnAL LOTS IN WM. F. MAT
. tlngly'ssubdtvlslonof Cllnbourn.sltuatedon Co
lumbia road, near 10th st. extended, and several
lots In Mount Pleasant village. Apply to AUSTIN
P. IlltO WN, 1420 F St. N. W. 8-tf
HAliniS HOUSE, EUROPEAN PLAN, PA.
nve., bet. 13th nnd 14th sts. j summer prlcea
for rooms, May 1 to Nov. 1,, 10 to ,1a per month;
transient rates, 7oc. to si; witiun ono mock or wit-
lard's, Itttrgs, and Ebbllt Hotels,
men oi juaiice,
JOHN II, HAItlUS, Proprietor.
WASHINQTON, D. C.
AltMY AND NAVY HEADQUAIUElia.
FOUR HION FlIlE-ESCArES.
iWTEnMB, en and tee DAY.-g
COR. Oth ST. AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
TERMS, ,2.00 PER DAY.
JOHN P. SCOTT, Proprietor.
ST. JAMES HOTEL
(ON THE EUROPEAN TLAN),
Corner Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue. 1
Jlooic axd Jon 1'uixTisa.
flMIE LAROEST I'RINTINO OFFICE BOUTll .
X OF PHILADELPHIA
420 and 422 Eleventh street N. W,
JUDD U DETWE1LER
Are nlwnys prepared to print Hooks, Pamphlets,
Hrlefs, Records, and Commercial Trlntlng of nil
kinds handsomely, quickly, nnd correctly,
AT LOWEST rOSSIRLE RATES?
BOOK AND JOB PRINTINO,
Pennsylvania avenue, southeast corner 13th st.
Tho largest printing houso In tho city.
I'rlntlngof all descriptions Promptly Executed la
the Best Stylo nnd nt Lowest Rates.
POSTOFFICE NOTICE. '
Letters for Europe need not bo specially directed
fordlsputch by any particular steamer In order to
sccuro speedy delivery nt destination, ns nil Trans
Atlantlo malls are forwarded by tho fustost vessels
Foreign mails for the week ending Juno 27 will
closo (i'kouitly In all casts) al this olllco as fol
TUE8DAY.-A1 lltOO a. m. for Jamaica and Car
thagenn, per steamship Albano; at 7:00 p. ni. for
Truxlllo nnd Ruatan, in-r Bieainshlp S. Oterl, via
WEIINF.HDAY.-At 0 a. in. for Newfoundland, per
steamship Portlu; nt 12 in. for the Wlulward
Islands, per steamship Uarracouta; nt 12:1)0 p. m.
for Eurone. per steaiushtn Elder. vlaHouthuinn
ton und Bremen; at 12.30 p. in. for Franco direct.
mil will, jsiviiiriij ui, alsii j'. ,iii iui ' iiuivv uu ..
IKrr steamship bt.Ulmon, via Havre (letters muu
ledlrtxtetl'MserHt. tiliuou"J)atOp. m.for Rrazll
and the La l'lata countries, via l'ura, Ceara, nnd
or Ht. tiln.on")i at 0 p. m. for Rrazll
Mill Ills.' Hl IUIM VUUllllllO, ,11 A ill II, V-'1.,1, HIHl
l'ernambuco, per steamship Ceiuense, via lialtl
T11UR31)AY.-At 11 a. in. for La Ouayrn, per
steamship Coventlnai nt 12.U0 n, m. for Europo,
!er steamship City of Richmond, via Ouceuitowu
letters for France, Germany, Ac, must bo directed
'per City of Richmond"), nt 1 p. in. for Rermuda.
per steamship Orinoco; at ltfO p. in. for Cuba and
I'orto Klco, via Havana, and for Campecho,
Chiapas. Tabasco, and Yucatan, Mexico, per
steamship Clly of ruehta (letters for other Mcxl
can slates must bo directed "ir City of 1'ticbla");
nt 1:30 p.m. for France, Germany, Ac, iwr steam
ship Ehaetla, vtu riymouth, cticrliuurg, and
J In in burn (letters for Great llrltain and other
European countries must be directed "ir Rhao
tIu,rJ:at7:U0p. m. for Honduras and Livingston,
iwr steamship Etlle Kuljiht, via New Crleani.
FJtlDAY.-At I a. m. for Ht. IierroMlr)uelon, vU
llallfaxi at 7:hl p. m.for Truxlllo aud Ruatun,
per steamship E. 11. Ward, Jr., via New Orteam,
ut 7;.U) p. m. for Greytom),pt!r steamship Lucy
1. Miller, via New Urleaus.
SATURDAY. At U a. in. for Europe, per steamship
Aurunla, via Quecnstown (letter fur Germauv.
Ac, must bo directed "per Aurunla"); at l:.I'i
p. m. for Cuba nnd I'urto Rico, per steuinfhlp
Newport, via Jlavunat at 1:U0 p. id. for Europe,
per steamship Werra, via .Southampton and Jlro
men; at t) p. in. for tho Netherlands direct, per
steamship W. A. Bcholtpu, Ua Rotlerdam (letters
ntUKt n dlrtcled MptT V', A. Hcholteii");at it p. its.
for Ik Iff I urn direct, per steamship IUalgenlaud,vl.i
Antwerp (letters must bo dlrettedMper Relgcu
Malls for China and Japan, per steamship Riu
ilium (via duii iTuutisco;, ciose nero juiy wa
istniiei tor Australia, .new KoniniM,
Sandwich and Fill Islands, ir slcainshlp City
miiiiey (via nun rruncisco', cioso nero Juno -a .
al7p. in. (or on arrival at New York of steam
shin lieiiuhllo Willi llrlllsli malls for Australia).
Iho schrdulo of clusliur or Truns-Pucinc malls Is
arranged on the presumption orthelr uninterrupted
ourland trausit to Sail Francisco. Malls from tho
cit arriving omtihk at San Francisco on Iho day
or sulllng of steamers aro dispatched thence tho
HENRY O. PEARSON, Pnslinasler,
Postokkick, New Yoiik, N, Y., Juno 111, IBM.
tfARlCOCHLH, PAINLESS OUR!!. BOOK
V free. t'lVIAl.E AUENUV, 100 Fullon St., Now
T LBAuaTi's onAND oi-f.ba house, "
Every Evening. SatntdaynaUneCi
ii()iiF:mian ti mi.
ADMIB8ION, 2 CENTS,
-I?OHD'S. THE MEnilY.MI'.llKY MINSTnELSl
jl. A aummer nenson or Minsireisy,
At Kuminer Trices. !l.l,.
THE FAMOUS UALIFOtlNIA MINSTnEI-S,
Alter Itvo weeks in llaltlmore,
"Ho Is King of Ihem nll."-Ocn. E. A. Carr,
- Allll.r.lltJ ivsiir.
Commencing THIS APTEHNOON-llcmalnln;
Two performances dally afternoon and even
ing rain or shine,
HUPI'AI.O HILL'S Willi WERT.
The ltennwncd Plonk Chief,
And several of the celebrated lato hostile warriors!
Willi K KAUI.I.
And Fifty-two Pawnee and Wichita nraves.
Wo fulfill every promise. Cnnr & HAtsnunr,
Mnslofunilsheilbylho Wild West Cowboy Han.1 J
unics open x nnu u p. in. icriormnnco com-s
mences 3.110 and 8 n. m. Streetcars to the rate. I
(111ANII STIIEI'.T PAKADE TO-DAY AT 10 A. M.
rnnlest I'lrnsnre ltesort In Ant.rleit 1
Thln-Illooflcd Mortals Furnished with Osercoatat
To-Mglit nnd F.very Nlgnt Tills . r
LOUISE DEI.UISI'S l'EMALP. AKCllKllYCLUn.1
A Score of Lovely Maidens will try their arrows!
on me mnscuuno nearis.
Matinees Tuesday, Thurrday, and Saturday.
TlfASONIO TE.MrLE. T0-NiaiIT
is. Anil Kvery mkiiitius wceK.
lllustrateil Health Lectures for both sexes br
1)11. IH.HIIAltl), of llolon, and Hit. HALE,!
j-xuinroi --jiennii anil iinme."
Tlrs. llcbbnrd and Hale treat all Chrome Ots
eases nt their residence, No. 720 Twelfth street,!
uiuco nours i iuios. nnu uion,
HAIUUtflU OVI1UVU IU1, AI11 JlUlflilil
j'oiu.upcni jiouse, nasuingion, v. u.,
JUNE 23, 1885, AT 0 O'CLOCK T. IK.
Free tickets of admission can lie obtained nt tho
following places t Wm. Knabo A Co.'s rtano ltooms,
H17 Market Space (l'a. are.); Droop's Muslo Store,
Il2n l'a. nve.t V. H. Thompson's llruij store, 7(Xj
lfith st.) Schiller dt Stevens'. lru( Store, Ot l'a.
TTAIlIlY A. UIIOWN'8 SUMMEIl ItESOIlT.
Tin BT. N. W., AnoVE HOONDAUY
(Formerly Oyer's l'ark).
Thft most tvoDUlar nlnco of amusement In the cttr..
Open every eventnrf from O to 12 o'clock, l'lstorlo'a I
iircnesirn, jjancmg on wnxeu noor, nine onooiinir, I
I'lvlnir Horses. Ac. Admission 25c.! ladles free. I
l'ark can lie rented at reasonable terms to rcspousl I
HAT EVE11YB0DY WANTS.
A RAVE niOYCI.E
AT A MODKUATU l'UICE.
CAM, ANI1 EXAMINE THE
"AMKIHUAN HAKKTY." .
A nitST-CLASS UIOYCLE 1'OH ,70.
EVERY MACHINE OUAIIANTEED, AND
Instructions Free to Purchasers.
WILLIAM V. BCIllllNr.il,
i: street, near Eleventh (up stairs).
No connection with store on first floor.
r r JSXCUllSTONS.
A 0I1AND EXCUHSION TO CHAl'EL l'OINr
Ox TUKSUAY, JUNE 2:1.
BTEAMElt OEOltOE LAW
leaves 7th street wharf at 8:30 n. m.
Tickets, DOc.j for sale by members nnd at tho
LOWEIl CEIlAtt l'OINT, THE TOPULAIt.
uatcrlnir ptacoof Wnshlnatonlans. The safe,
sn 1ft, nnd mupnlncent ,
will lenve her hnrf, foot of 7th St., dally, except
Saturdays, at 0 n. m commencing
K. SUNDAY, JUNE 111.
Armenia stops at Alexandria on MONDAYS,
WEDNESDAYS, and Fill DAYS only. Fare, 60c.
round trip; children, 25c. For further Information
nnd charters to societies and corporations apply ta
U. L. HIIEltlFI', Coal omce, 1114 l'a. ave, aud
slrnmer Maltnno's wharf, foot of 7th St.
Dinner on the grounds 7B cents.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
EVERY MONDAY, COMMENCING: JUNE 22, TO
ROUND TRIP RATE, U.BO.
LIMITED TO 300 PERSONS.
Leave Washington at 8 a. m.i returning, arrive al
8:30 p. in.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, COMMENC
ING JUNE 23, TO
HARPER'S TERRY AND BYRNE'S ISLAND.
IN THE TOTOMAC.
ROUND TRir RATE, ,1.
. LIMITED TO 200 , TERSONS.
Lenvo Washington 10:03 n. m.; returning, nrrlvo
at 7:20 p. in.
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTHER
COMMENCING: JUNE 21. ROUND TRIP
Lenvo Washington 8:30 a. m.t returning, arrlro
nt 0:16 p. w,
Every ticket calls for a reserved sent on these ex
cursions. Secure your tickets at 010 nnd 1361
Pennsylvania avenue, aud at Opot on the morning;
of Iho excursion.
Everr Baturdar. commencing June 0. steamer
Mary Washington leaves O a. m.i hack atOn.ru.
Fare, round trip, 25 cents; chlldren.lOcents. Oootl
music. For tickets or rates to schools call at IMctura
more, 627 Seventh street, I. R, TREMBLY, Excur
slon Manager. Jel-lm
OTEAMER CORCORAN EXCURSIONS.
The owners of tho steamer W. W. Corcoran haTO
purchased nnd will nssuma the management of
Marshall Hall. Dully morning excursions will ba
given, especially for ladles and children. Absolute
order will ho preserved on the ftrounds: the tabic
furnished with all the market atlords, lunclits
served, and Ice. fruit, aud milk always on hand,
tttcainer leaves every morning at 10 o'clock, re
turning at 4 p. m,
Fure.'J5 cents for round trip to Olymont and
Marshall Hall; children, 10 cents. JeG-tf
PATENT ATTORNEY-CHARLES J. GOOCH,
ht. Cloud Building, Uth and F sts. N. W.
Twenty years experience. 1'rompt and careful
personal attention given every case.
33 CORCORAN RUH.DINO,
Wasuinotox, P. C.
I?1'I'A HUNTON, JEFF CHANDLER,
U Of Virginia. Of Missouri.
JIUNTON & CHANDLER,
WASHINOTON, 1). C.
Will practice In the Supremo Court of the Untied
States, the Court of Claims, the Courts of District
or Columbia: before the Committees of Congress,
and the Dcpartinr nts,
Olllce ! Hot. 37, 38, and 30 CORCORAK
111) UO. I TIOX. 1 E.
ART 8CII00I,-1028 17tii HT. N. W.-MISU
K. W. KELLY, Loudon Medalist, nnd Mi
M. KELLY. Classes Jill summer. o20-lw
ORWOOD 1NSTITUTE-1212 'AND 121
rourteenth street, near Fourteenth Htreet Circle.
Select boarding school for youmr ladies, Session
bS'8Q opens Set. 30, 1U8VS. Early ap))llcatlon
necessary, as number of boarders will bo limited.
MEDIA ACADUMY-SWITlfiN O. BIIORT
lldge, A. M, (Harvard College graduate),
Media, Pa. myHOm
flMIB UBHluTZ SCHOOL OF
AT 723 14TII ST. N. V CITY,
Will remain open all summer. Also Summer
School at Plymouth, Mass.
nUSINESS EDUCATION FOR YOUNO AND
.1) middle-aged men and women. Spring anl
Hummer Cessions or tl.e Hpciiccrlan Business Col
lege, corner Ninth and 11 sts. N. W. Rapid writ
ing, book kcepl mi, rapid calculation, English lan
guage, stenography, type-writing, Ar., thoroughly
guape, Biciiograpiiy, lypo-uriunK, m;., tuuruugiiiy
tnught. Tuition l Year from date or ciitrnnco, day
or nluht. SflO: three month., day. 120: nlcht. ,14i
one month, day, ,7i night, to. Rapid writing:
only. 12 lessons, ,3. Call or send for circulars.
iikmiy v. ri-:isui.ii, rriucipai.
SPENCER, Vice Principal.
TSaTLY WALKS ON EASY BEET ''''""'"
The open nlr and sunshine best promote health anil
longevity, Hence tho elllo or the world visit UK.
WHITE'S Establishment, 1110 Pennsylvania ave
nue (opposite Wlllard's Hotel), ror Iho treatment of
Corns, ihinlons, Club and Inverted Nails, and all
diseases or the fiet. Ills twenty-nfth consecutive
year of-prartlco In Washington. (Ualllmoro Estab
lishment, 11 North Eutaw street.) oince fee, f 1 a