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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 13, 1880.
WASHINGTON CIUTIO mBaum "&;.ffl&zxAif. nmm a. U$ MRPM1 EUBRV BUBNINO, -. BT TIIK T -W ABIIINOTON OIIITIO COMPANY, 1IAI.LET KILDQUHN, rntsiMHT. OPP1CCI 03 D STBBBT N. W 1'OST IIUILDINO, WASHINGTON. H. O. TEII.M8! Flrigl Copy Vf carrier, per month itvMnll. twtairniuild.nnfi vcnr... ...a Con U ...33 Cent Soo 3.00 Hy Molt, otago mM, six months fir jviaii, potingn pnw, per innnui, r Mull. polngo inlil, !cr innntli :a coins Mall subscriptions Invariably la advance Address THE WASHINGTON CIUTIC, Washington. D. C. WASHINGTON. JUNkT;), 18S'J. i'hi:siii:ntiai. iuxiu'tions. Tlic CaMmt meets on Tuesdays ami Frl d6 nt 12.50 p. m. Ccuators ana itcprcseutatlvcs In Congress will lo received by llio President everyday, except Mondajs, from 11 until 13. I'creons not members of Congress uavlne; buslines with tlio President will bo received from 12 to 13:30 on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Tboso who havo no business, but call mctcly to pay their respects, will bo ic cilvid by tho l'rcsldcut In tho Kast Room at 1 p. in. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Eaturdajs. visiTOits to tiii: dwaktmiints. t-ccrctartcs Maine, rroctor and Tracy have Issued tho following order for tho re ception of 1st tors: deception of Senators and Koprcsonta lives In Congress from 10 to 13 o'clock. Reception of nil persons not connected ultlt the Departments, nt 13 o'clock, except Tuesdays nnd Fridays, which nro Cabinet ilajs; and Thursdays In tho Department of State, when tho members of tho Diplo matic Corps mo exclusively received. I'creons will nut bo admitted to tho build ing after 3 o'clock cadi day, unless by card, which will ho sent by tho captain of tho watch to tho chief clerk or to tho head of the bureau for which tho visit Is Intended. This rule will not npply to Senators, Rep resentatives or heads of Executive Depart ments. The Secretary of tho Treasury receives Senators and Iieprcsentattvcs from 10 to lf:30n. in ,nml other persons from 11:30 until 1 p. m.,xcept Tuesdays and Fridays, Cablut-t dajs. The l'ostmaster-Gcncral receives persons baling business with him from 10 a. m. until 1 p. in., except on Tuesdays and Fridays, Cabinet days. Personal calls upon tho Secretary of tho Interior must bo . mado between 10 a. tn. and 13 o'clock noon. ADVlCi: TO A YOUNG MAN. All Mitrt of letters on nil soils of sub ject" coruc to n newspaper. Hero is it curious one which lias been received: lUiiimmmu, Pa., Juno 10. Editor ViHle: I havo lately graduated nt a law school, I nm earnest and ambitious. I want to cot to tlio front. I Khali work hard. Should I go Into soc.ety as much as possible! You at tho National Capital where tho Influence of so ciety Is said to bo treat, should bo nblo to unswermy quostlon. Will you kindly do so! 'Will fecial connections aid mo In my aspira tions! Sincerely, . Tho communication is somewhat, out of tlio usual order, but the corrc-. impendent may bo answered to somo extent. Courtesy costs nothing to speak of. The writer of tlio letter is mlviscd to get into "society" by nil means. Wlint man who fnllcd to tako such a iouico uverntlnlnedto nny prominoncoY "Who of tho men counted thu woild's lc.itlcis was not iu society? Just observe Jihlory: "Was not I'ciiclcs In society with AspasiaV AVas not that loarlng; Itomau ward politician nnd Kood fellow, Antony, in hoclcty with .Cleopatra? Weren't the Vikings and tho brides lliey matched from. English coasts in Micictyr Italliorl "Wasn't Nelson in society? Didn't lie move In Lndy Hamilton's set 1 Wasn't Napoleon In society 1 Dldn' ho walk light in? Wnsn't his Creole wife of easy manners imulo to place he r pictty foot on tho necks of thoso of "thooldicgimo?" Wasn't our Webster In society? Couldn't ho remember tho fnco of a, pretty yellow gill better than ho could tho yellow faco of a pretty $20' gold piece borrowed from somebody ? Wasn't Lincoln In society? Ho didn't know what It meant, and didn't caic, nor did Oratit, but they somehow got to moving in good circles, nnd this cave them an opportunity to ac complish things. ' 'J'ho young man who willcs for ndvlco Is counseled to get Into "society" nt once. Ho'll not amount to anything , JHio doesn't. ' hu ciianci: rou bhntimunt. Tho son of a naturalized American citizen has, It Is reported, been seized in Germany and held there to do service in the nnny, A German named liclscl, it appears, camo to this country somo eighteen years ngo. Ho brought with lilm his wife and young child. Ho tcttled in Texas, and in 18S8 was iiat mallzcd. Ha returned to Germany tome time ngo on n visit. lie had a pa6Spoit, but none was deemed neces sary for the son. Ho was seized just as tho three were about to tako steamer for home, and tho father and mother, ulicady on board, were compelled to hall as ho was struggling with a 11111111117 guard on the dock. No doubt this is a caso which should be inquired into. The facts, If cor rectly reported, demand much Inquiry, but tho caso is not 0110 to waste much icntlmtut upon, The father may bo an American citizen now, but why did hu remain In this country nearly eighteen years bcfoio becoming ono? It looks as If ho becamo an American merely for convenience and tafety when about ,10 revisit Germany. Tho mother, it Is laid, cannot yet speak English, Tech. ideally, the caso may bo taken up, (sympathetically, It should not be. Wo want Amci leans who speak English, We want Americans who havo not be come so as n convenience. Tile liclscl caso may drag a little. No cur In tho United States has been the recipient of moro bitter ridicule nnd unsparing nbuso than Washington, owing; to tho uneven and dilapidated condition of Its sldcwnlks. They certainly arc 11 standing rcpioach. During tho congress In this city of tho World's Eminent Physicians tho French doctors wero particularly demon strative at tho wretched condition uf our sidewalks, In contrast with tho handsome, broad and well-paved thorough fares of our beautiful city. Tlio French tako a pardon able prldo In their Capital City, and sparo no efforts or expenso In beautifying niul mailing ptifect its sldcwnlks and boule vard J, henco their astonishment when they contrasted our miserable sidewalks with our hatidsomcl)-paved carriage-ways and avenues. It Is earnestly to bo hopod that our new Commissioners, with their well known liberal views and progressive spirit, will heed tho complaints constantly made In this direction nnd will sco to It that tho city will bo no longer disgraced by such nbomlnablo sidewalks. An evenly and well-regulated sjstcm of good pavements throughout tho city Is n need that Is abso lutely apparent and 0110 that Is essential to Insure Washington's attractiveness In grnco and beauty. Tun l'ullinan porter who assisted tlio wlfo of l'rlvato Secretary Halford at tho lohnstowii Hood has been given a (Jovern mcut placo at $730 per annum. Of courio ho was not a typical porter. If ho had been ho would not havo been around when ho was wnntid, nor would ho have accepted a paltry JCO-a-inonth Job. Ho was not to tho maimer horn, and It Is woll that ho hashocn rescued fiom nllfo of disappointment and failure. Oi'H coNTEMroii.Mtv, the JM, and Man ager Harris of tho HIJou Tbcatrodld a good thing last night In tho entertainment pro vided to ralso funds for sufferers by tho Concmaugh Hood. Tho theatre was crowded and tho sum realized for n worthy causo something considerable. Tho giving of tho performance was n good enterprise, well conducted to n good end. The New York World says: "To pit a Drlco against a Quay Is to reject a moral Men." Tho Idea Is visible, but whero's tho moral J A nr.WARii of several dollars will be paid for authentic and definite Information as to tho politics of tho New York 7'i'him. Tnr. Atlanta Constitution has lifted up n loom for Randall In 1893 ns large as tho duty on pig Iron. Tun most prominent featuro In tho Ho publlcan party In Virginia Is tho split down Its middle. Tun New York ,S'n and tho Now Yoik Worlddo not "flap together." It is evident that tho Clau-ua-Uaul So ciety 111 have to go. CRITIOTJLAR. The worm Is a natural tread mill. He will turn when trod upon. It is getting so now that a weather prophet can't even predict a storm of In dignation. Chango in the weather: llilklus: I say, .Iluunle, shall I chango clothes! If there Is anything that is un comfortable It is a heavy coat iu warm weather. JImklns: Well, I'vo changed mine. If there is an) thing that Is uncomfortablo It's a light coat In cold weather. "rrohlbltlonlst": No, l'lilllls and llacchus are not co-ordlnato divinities, llacchus Is all right, but you aro thinking about somo other 1111 us. Mil. JONUI AND W. Tho whale that swillowed Jonah Had to throw him up at once, And it hadn't moro than downed him Till it saw It was a diiuce. For all tho whilo's compaulons In a stormy chorus roared, It would go straight to tho bottom When a Jonah was on board. Tho parcel clerk wrapped attention. gives tho business Tlio ballet girl figures Iu every spectacu lar exhibition, fill giaduatcs como en sitctt. m I'uiiilgiitcd. (Fiom tho Washington Tost.) Tho professional comic paper doesn't always know when it Is miking a nuisance of 1 1 self. It doesn't alwnys know when It is too funny. Thcro aro occasions when even tho professional comic paper should suppress its rolllcklug glccfuluuss. For Instance, It should not kick up its heels quito so high over a disaster that devastated hundreds of homes as It docs over an no est ic (hat sells extra copies totheb'hoys. It should not bo Just as funny over au effort of respectable ladles and gentlemen of Its own city to ralso funds for distressed and Impoverished humanity as It can bo when it Is iceordlng tho doings of its friend, JudgoWaxem, or rcportlirg a "banquet" of "forty-ulucrs." Tho cuto aud frisky pony mule will sometimes call forth shouts of merriment from assembled children, when if tho awfully funny old Jackass comos along Its teaifully fearful humor becomes ridiculously solemn. Nothing supaescs Iu awf illness thu w It of a jack excopt tho wit of a profesllonal comic paper that Is doled out by tho "boss" beforo tho paper goes to press. It needs fumigating. Tale TJIV CRITIC eiery tiny. Careful currlirs will dcliier it to you tail'i every fieii inn for tltlrtihl'ue centi tier month. Send your name and ttreel number bu pnttnl card to Till: WAS1UXUTON CRITIC, 013 V street northucst. llnstor mid I'lnorty. (Chicago News.) Mr, liasterand Jtr. Flucrty aro quarreling in a way which is truly terrifying. Said Herman to John: "I've brains and you've brawn," Then John said to Herman: -"(3o away, you low German." Now whero it will end who Is there cau determine? The carrier tystemof Till: CIUTIG ex tendi allot cr the cifij, and those who tvlsU the juwer dcllicrcd at their homes have only to tend a )ostul card to the business ojjice of this paper, Sirs. Ilarrlsou'H Hon Slot. (Toledo Made.) Mrs. Harrison has produced tho cleverest pun of thoscasou. Mrs. Frank Leslie was apologizing for tho picture alio had pub lished of her, 6.1) lug it did not do her justice, "I'vo always heard," 6ald tho mis tress of tho White House, "that wood-cuts wero tho uuklndest cuts of all." IVliat Docs Colonel l'urtrldfo Say? (Yonker's Statesman.) Secretary of War 1'roctor's typo-wrlter Is named Partridge. Wo suppose ho calls her "lilrdle" for short. The tamer senlee of TUB C'llITW -tends all oicr the city of Washington. A Jiostal card sent to the ujjiee of this newsjMjiee, 13 1) street northwest, will sicure Us rtaular (Uliier'j at any residence, or plate of buwl, EOOIAL AND PERSONAL. A largo nnd fashionable audience was present last night at tlio maniago of Lieutenant Albert Glcavcs and Miss Evelina Iieup, which look placo at St. .John's Chin eh. The ushers, Lieuten ants Hush, Tappnn, Nelson and I lodges, amho (heir uniforms. Tlio bride wns escorted to tho nllar by her brothcr-lii-law, Lieutenant II. V. Nicholson, whero the gi 00111 nwaltcd tliem. I)r, Leonard rend tho marrlago service. Lieutenant and Sirs. Glcavcs will, upon their return from n tour of tho Northern watering places, taku up their icsidcnce In An najiolis whero tho groom Is stationed. JIlssAda Huttcrllcld and Mr. Head of California will bo married next Sep tember nt San Francisco. Sirs. Hearst has not vet decided logo nbioad this summer. Slio has under consider ation n tour of tlio Canadian provinces. JIIss lteillo Adams and .Mr. Louis Glncslo wcio married last evening nt their fuluio residence. No. 2J1 Fifth sticct southeast They will spend 5ovcrnl weeks in lloston, Niiw York and IJarHaibor. In consequence ol tho lain, Mrs. Harrison didn't go to Capo Mny yesterday, but will Icavp to day If the weather Is favorable. Sho m bo tho guest of tho l'osl master General's family for two weeks, nnd will then go to her summer losldcneo nt Deer Park-Mrs. John AVnnamakcr arrived in tho city on Tuesday evening nnd Isnt her residence), No. 17U1 I street northwest. F. Wanen Crawfonl has been awarded $200 by Hie French Academy for his novels "Zoroastro" ami "l.o Crucifix do Mtirzlo." Tho mairlagu of Miss Cora It. Obcr nnd Mr, U. C, Woodward took placo vcsteulny momlnc at tho Fourth Street M, E. Church, Knsl Washing. Huv. .Mr. Ferguson nlllciatlng. Immediately lif ter the ceremony the happy couple left for New Yoik, their future home. Mr. Woodward Is 11 bi other of Mr. II. F. Woodwnid, tho well known furnishing goods merchant, and is connected witn tho New York Morning Journal. Tlio bildoistho daughter of tho laic Henry Obcr, and Is one of the most estimable) young ladles of East Washington. Miss Canlo Whlpp of Maryland Is visiting the fnmtly of Henry I). .lames, esq., 152S Sixteenth street niJrtiwcM, for n few days. Mr. llrlscoo Eouldin, son of Juilgo Wood llouldlu of Virginia, is in the clly, tho guest of his cousins. Professor nnd Mrs. W. I). Cabell. Mr. Ilouldiu is in the Internal He.vemie Service, nnd is now going around witli hi nrm In a sling nnd about eighty shot In Ills body, as tlio result of , some olllelal business at Wyalts Mills, North Carolina, several weeks ago. Mr. Houldin Is a bravo and cfllclent ofllccr, and he certainly carries about wllli him ample evldenco that ho goes wherever duty calls him, notwith standing tho open end of a shotgun Mauds in tlio wav. Mrs. Fiank Goidon and Master Kit bourn Gordon arc sojourning nl Oak land, Md. Mrs. W. It. Handy, the daughter of Gen. John II. Mitchell of Oregon, is very low' nl her home, 1023 G sticct, with pciitouitis. Miss Fnnnlc Stlglcr, niece of Mrs. John Plckiell, 3108 P street northwest, left to-dny for Lynchburg, Vn., her foinicr home, to spend somu weeks with her brotheis nnd friends. A NORTHWESTERN INCIDENT. There is no way of telling nn English (tpcaking.Canadlan In Pembina from a naitve-uoin Amciican, 'nicy nro just like the rest of us, nnd Ihoy receive from everybody tlio.hcnttlcst kind of n welcome. Tho lialf-brccds and Ice laiidcis are marked. They possess In evitable peculiarities. Tho French half breed Is au Indian just touched with tho ilcur-dc-lls. The Scotch half-breed Is. ever and foremost a Thistle, with a weakness for blankets and beads nud moccasins. There is something strange nbout tho effects liioduccd by tlio doss ing of bloods. Tlio French half-breed Is silent, swift, watchful, sinister, aud he always goes armed. Tlio Scotch half-biced Is slow, calculating, canny, anil ho hunts dollars with an eager-nt-s and a persistency that tell tliclr own story. Hut both, no matter wlint the degree of swaithlness in their complexions may be, havo tho Indian eyes, tho Indian hair and the Indian walk. Neither Is of any gicat account in such arduous labor as tho subjugation of tho wilder ness calls for. Tlioy aro both Indian enough to prefer tho hunting ground to the ploughed field. They loaf around Fcmbhut, harmless and useless, linlf their lime, and spend tho other half fishing In the Ited Itiver or following thu smnllcronc in search of ducks and geese, or chasing wilder and larger game over the woody marslios of Northern Minnesota. It is only once in awhile that ihoy develop Into dan geious chaiacters, for tho law reigns with a healthy and vigorous musclo In all Dakota, and lricn whoso natural In clliiatlons aro bad keep good out of re spect for tlio prejudice:) of tho com inunliy. Hut in tho cailicr days a bad half breed was icgarded with moro awe than a bad Indian. Tho lerriblo deeds of "Yaller Vic" arostill recounted In Pem bina with bated breath. "Yaller Vlo" wns n composition of Winnipeg, French and lied Lake Chlppown, and no good was ever known to como from this mix ture of fcioclty and devilment. Ho -enmo to an untimely end nt the hands or a IJuckcyo tenderfoot. Tlio only man lu Pembina of whom "Yaller Vic" stood In fear was n storekeeper who had secured1 tho services of a greenhorn cleric fiom Ohio, The merchant) soon after the new clerk nrilvcd, started oil upon his iinnual trip to St. Paul. II2 foro leaving ho told his clerk to wilto him concerning tho progicss of somo nowiy planted potatoes, and nlso Instructed nlm that novor, upon any account, should ho permit "Yaller Vic" to set foot Inside tho store. Ho had been In St. Paul about n week when ho received this letter : "Deer Bur: Yesterday Yaller 'Vic' come to the; storo nn started fur to walk In. Sez. I, 'Yaller Vic' keep out. Be, he, 'I wants to como in.' Se. I, 'It nln't tcr bo did.' S0.I10, 'I'm comln' In,' an' ho come, I tuck tho gun an' kilt him. He's dead, Sales is good. John, "P, S. them ucrtallcs Is all ilto." Nothing I havo ever heard of moro cleaily Illustrates the wcakucss of cod! iled law than tho legal proceedings in stituted to punish tha murderer of "Yaller Vic." John's lawyer showed the coioncr tho statute holding that thu principal was lespoiisiblo for tho acts of tlio agent, and under that appropri ate lido John was discharged and the coioncr held his employer. Hut when tho employer was arrested ho set up an alibi and snowed beyond question that at tho time of tho shooting ho was in St. Louis buying goods. It remains to tills day n mystery who was logally re sponsible for killing 'Yaller Vfc.' In tlio l)lorco Court. llatlloV. Carter was yesterday ill voiced by .Tiulgo Cox from Albeit U. Carter on thu giouiids of desertion and f nihil 0 to support, Elllo M. Wilglit wns sepaintcil from William F. Wilglit whom sjio accused of desertion and cruelty. William Henry secured n.di voico'from Annie Eoulso Porter on tho ground of desertion. Ho stated that M10 had obtained employment lu thu Pension Olllco at $73 per month nnd hnd left him to live with iior relatives. Elizabeth Hoyden also was separated from her husband Henry F. Haydcn. GEN. BHEriMAH AT WEST POINT. Tlio Old tVnrrlnr'x Hood Advice to West l'olnt (irmlimtci. The final exercises attending tho graduation of the first class of cadets at West Point wero held yesterday. The sky was .black, there wero slight sprinkles of rain every fow minutes, but over a thousand pcoplo congicgntcd under tlio trees In fiont of tho library, wiicio a platform had been erected and n canopy spicad, At 10 o'clock ranks wero formed for the last time, and at 10:13 the band struck up "Auld Lang Syne" and led the way lothodeslgnalcd placo whero officers, visitors and others were congregated. Genciiu Sherman, Senator Davis, General Stanley, General Parku, tlioHupciintciidcut, Colonel Hawkins, Adjutant Hrown nnd Chaplain Posllo Ihwallo occupied tho seats or honor, Old Tccunisch In full unlfoim. Tlio con gregation stood with bowed heads as the Chaplain asked the blessing of Ood. Tho band played ".My Country, 'TIs of Thee," nnd tlio Doxology, and then tho Hon. Cushman It. Davis, of the boaid of visitors, wns Introduced by General Parko, and ho read nn ad dress to the graduating clnss. General Shciman delivered diplomas to the giaduatcs, General Parko calling out tlio mimes. When the old wauler roso ho was gicctcd with n long-continued storm of npplausp. iiosaiii: "iiy 1110 paiiiaiuy 01 your superintendent ho has honored mo with lliu pilvilego of delivering Into your hands tho diplomas you havo falily caincd. I havo looked at 0110 of them, It looks exactly like one I got forty nlnc years ago. Now, joung gentle men, nfler you get homo nnd have hnd a llttlo vacation which will slip by pielty fust, 1 tell you you will reccivo another parchment, and that will bo your commission, which you should rend caicfully and lemcmbcrthal It Is a pledge on your part Hint you will servo with fidelity to tho Government. "A llttlo while after that you will go to .somo military post, and, perhaps, bo ap pointed ns quartermaster and commis sary. Then you will havo to watch sharp and be ready when your superiors come lound and ask ho'w many dollars you havo In your cash-box, or how many ten-penny nails you can put in one keg. That's moro than nny of you can tell, I think; but to know how many Is of 111010 importance) than somo of tho tilings you study out on tho blackboard, "i ou have got to learn to account for cvciything put into your care. T'hero is an old hoiso bulled down South somewhere that I never saw, that I had to pay for. "General Stanley, hcio, and I have been all tluotigh the mill, boys. Tho nnny is now merely a school, but a man may learn a lesson, oven if ho is past 70, just as if howcio 17, nlthougli tho young man's memory Is better. When I left here, forty-nine years ago, It was just such n peaceful tlino as wo nro having now, and we wero complaining of tho slowness of promotion but only a short timo ntler wo wero ordered to Florida to fight Indians. Then camo the Mexican war, nnd in 1800 the groat .rebellion." In .conclusion, ho said tho American flag was tho emblem of llio best country nnd tho best government on tho face of the earth, andho urged tho cadets to bo true to that Ilagasthonccdloto tho polo. Tlio General then handed tho diplo mas tq tho boys and said 0, few kind words to each. Tlio cadets marched back to the barracks to tho music of "ThoGIrl I Left Behind Mo." and there, when draWn up In line, thu adjutant lead tho Jlnnl orders giving tho gradu ates lenvo of absence till September 1. HAYTIAH AFFAHiS. Commander Kolloge Makes n Itcnort Tluit Is 'ot Jtcnssiirliiir, Somo excitement was manifest at tho Stain and Navy Departments yesterday aftcinoon upon tho receipt of a cable gram fiom Commander Kellogg at llaytl, In obcdlenco to orders from tho Navy Department, which in turn wero insplied by the Secretary of btotc, Commander Kellogg 011 Monday btcnincd from St. Nlcholns Mole (tho cable let minus) tod'oil au Pilnce. Ho leturncd yesterday and lcporled to tho Secretary of tho Navy tho result of his observations nnd inquiries into tlio con dition of nUnlrs at llio llnytlan capital. Secretary Trncy Immediately communi cated this Information to Sccietary Blaine, who cariicd tho news to the President, It was generally bclioved at tho Departments tltat thu nows from Haytl Is not lcassuring, and It was cur lcntly reported that Captain O'Kanohas been ordered to sail Immediately for thu fccut of tioublo with tho Boston, which hns just been lclllted nt New York, A Great Celebration. Tho inograinmo for thu Fourth of July celebrnllon at ltoseland Park, Conn., Is just announced. Thu address of welcome will be mado by Charles A. Itussell, member of Congress from Con necticut, who will inlroduco Governor Morgan C. Bulkcloy as tho presiding officer. Other nddresses will bo mado by Asssociato Justice Miller of tho Sit piemo Court, Senator Allison of Iowa, Senator Hawiey of Connecticut, Sena tor HIscock of Now Yoik. Hon. AVm. McKinley, member of Congress from Ohio, and l'rcsldent Gates of Rutgers College. Tho poem will bo rend by Will Carleton. Thu l'rcsldent of the United Stales will also attend tho cele-i bratlon unless something unlooked for pi events. Tho President will bo ac companied by Mrs. Harrison. Secre taries Tiacy and Noblo havo nlso been invited and nre expected to bo present. m i. THE GOLDEN STREAM. ;i,117,i:Jt tlio Country's UKt to tlio Hulloiors Following is tho aggrcgato of tha cash contributions for tho Johnstown sufferers un to dato last cvcnhiK: Philadelphia $7.11, Mil new xorK , oiu.uiu lliooklyn, Jcrsoy City, Nuwark.and outsluo sources , 400,000 Through Governor llcavcr NW.OOO Pittsburg 47-t.iiSl Chicago 123,000 lloston 118,401 Cleveland, Ohio Bi,800 Massachusetts Legtslaturu :10,000 Washington, 1). C -13,0:10 llaltlmorc,Md fM.OOO Cincinnati, Ohio 2S, Columbus, Ohio, and vicinity , SU,20I) Lancaster, Va 15 "00 lletlilchem, l'a .' 11,000 Paris, France.,'. 11,000 Son Francisco , 10,000 New Hampshlio Legislature 10,000 Augusta, (la , 10,000 Heading, l'a !),BO0 Beraiiton, l'a 0.IW0 Wilmington, Del 10,000 WJlkcsbuiro, l'a 0,000 Indianapolis. J ml 8,000 AllcutQwii, Pa 7,'JOO Altooua 7,b00 Camden, N, J 7,000 F.aetoti, l'a - ),T00 Chester, l'a , 0,000 Charleston, 8. U 11,500 Chattanooga, Tcnn , S.Til l'litciilxvlllo, l'a B,700 Mcuch Chunk, Pa 3,600 Norristown, l'a 3,600 Denver, Col 3,600 Toledo, Ohio 3,000 Bavauuah, Ui , 1,700 Kansas City, Mo 1,600 Darby, l'a 1,400 Columbia. B. C 1,310 Chnmlcrsbiirg, l'a ., 1,000 Carlisle, l'a..... 1,000 Mlllvllle, N. J 1,100 Total $3,117,131 Washington Bafe Deposit Co., 010 Pa. avc, rents tofts as low m $3 per year, IT WAS QUILT DY CONTRACT. llio Johnstown Dnm Wnn Not Devised by nn Kiigliiror Nevnr Inspected. IhoJlnginccring JVcim will publish Hie results of a survey and examination of tho Johustown dam and of Infinities in Johnstown nnd Pittsburg by which various facts not yet made public were ascertained. Tho first bicak In tho dam occurred In July, 1803, and was caused by a de fect In tho culvert, through widen two feet discharge pipes were carried for letting out water fiom tho bottom of the leservolr. Tills break did compara tively llttlo "damage. Bnough of tho dnm remained to make- n llttlo pond nbout eight feet deep -nbovo tlio dam, which was unused Until lu May, 1875, when tho properly, consisting of sonic what over five-hundred acres, was sold to Congressman John lllelly. Tho' lake itscu was 'iuu acres in size. After holding tlio pi opcrly until 1871), Mr. ltclliy offered It to tho lato Colonel it. F. lliuf, railroad and tunnel contrac tor and the 01 iginator of (he South Fork Flslilng and limiting Club, for $3,000. Colonel Itiilf interested two other Pitts burg gentlemen In the project and told tliein that tho dam could bo lccon structcd for $1,000, nnd that ho would tako n contract to do It for $1,700. On this bnslstlio club was organized, and for somo tlmu these three gentlemen wero llio only persons In It. Not ono of them Is now connected with it. Colonel Hull's Ulea had been to re construct tho dam much lower, only forty feet high, but It soon appeared that to cut down llio spillway or waste weir, which Is through rock, would cost 111010 than to reconstruct tlio dam to Its olrgiiial height, nnd by the time this had been dono tho total expendi ture, as shown by tho pay rolls, had been slightly over $10,000. Thcro still lcmalncd the work of rlprnpping tho slopes and other miscellaneous work, bilnglng tho total cost up to $17,030. This work was nil douu In tha summer of 18S0. Tlio oilglnnl dnm was esti mated to cost $188,000, and actually cost ncnrly $210,000. Colonel ltuff engaged ns foreman nnd superintendent for this work Kdwnut Peirson. He has never been au en gineer, but, after 1880, was employed in tlio local fieiglit department of tho Pennsylvania Hallroad at Pittsburg. Our Information In positive that at no time dining thu process of lebulldlng tho dam was any engineer, young or old, good or bad, known or unknown, engaged in or consulted as 10 tlio worK, a fact that will bu hailed by engineers cverywhcio with satisfaction ns reliev ing tliem ns n body from n heavy burden of suspicion nud reproach. Tho pro cautions taken ngalnst failure wero only such as an old lailroad contractors knowiedga of hydiaullu engineering In dicated were admissible without further inci easing n contemplated Investment of $3,700, which had to be increased at last by over $10,000. Tho work of reconstruction was done with tho slight euro which these facts inako probable. Tho old material, which lmd caved in, was Icf(. un touched, tho top of thu dam was worked down on to It, tho old pipes nud culvert, which still remained in a fcoincwhnt injured condition, were cov eted over with earth. and permanently closed, n double row hemlock plank sheet piling being dilven ncross tho old channels. Tho water, during recon struction, was canted across tho dam In a broad lltimc, which was raised fiom timo to timo as the work pro gressed. Thcro was no careful ram ming in watered layers, as In tho first dam, although somo say there was somo ramming. Leaking during tlio process was great, and some tons of hay nnd straw wero filled In to stop it. The dam was finally made falily .light, but always leaked nt tho bottom, alid of late years the leakage has been lnci cas ing. A Decided Success. The dramatic and musical entertain ment ul tlio BIoit Theatre; last evening in aid of the Uoncinauuh Vallcv Hood siiffeicrs was n gratifying success in every way. The programme was as fol lows: 1'asScul, Miss Miriam Stoddartj tho Har monlo Quartette, Messrs. Lackey, Spencer, llcdflcld and Mlddlctou; character song and dance, Miss Annlo Lewis; au original banjo solo, "Monroo Waltz," Mrs. D. A. Dufour; tho National Fcnclbles In military inonauvres; 'L'Arlcl," Miss Emma Heln rlchs, an artistic fancy danco. "Tho Colleen Jlawu" Mjles na-Coppalecu..,.Ir.W.H. Dougherty. Ilardrcss Crcgau,, Mr. Kdward llrcnt. Danny Mann Mr. David C. Bangs. Kjrlo Daly Mr. Felix Mahony. Father Tom Mr. A. II. Mlddleton. Mr. Corrlgan .Mr. I,. (I. Spcuccr. llertleo'.Mooro Mr. William Uoag. Inland Crcagh Mr. Al. C. Newman. Servant Mr. Tony Hughes. llio Colleen Dawn Miss Anlla Hcudrlo. Ailn Chute Miss Alice Wahcflcld. Mrs. Cicgan Miss Kato Chester. Sheclah Miss Ettlo McLlndcn. Kathleen Cicagh Miss Llda Craudll Between nets I and II Miss Flla Stockton gavo llio death sccno from "Madcap Violet" aud tho following danced "La .Into Aragonaiso :" Misses Lila Jones, Ethel Bogan and May Bell Chambers Masters Harry Sheridan, Percy Leach and Mortimer Caruana. Between acts II and III a Swedish dnnco was executed by the following : Misses Lila Jones, 'Ethel Hogau, May Hell Chambers, Lily Pa) no, 1'carl Potter, Louise Lonsdale, May lloutello. May Item Itr, Lllllo Hcllbruu, Laura West, Mlnnlo .Mueller, Estella Hellbnin, Wllllo I.onsdalo, (iarlno Homage, ltcbccca llchrend and Katlo Mullanoy; Masters Mortimer Ca ruana, Percy Leach, Harry Sheridan, Lov Hogau, Frank Laraasuro, Harry Johnson, Oscar Manson, Louis Itctnriclis, John Perry, Jcromo Hartnett, Frank Stratton, Eddla llurnham, Eddie Mullancy, Sammlo Smith, Wllllo Matthews aud Walter Urlt lalu. After llio third net Miss Bmma Heln lichsand Tommlo Buckly danced an Iilsh jig. The cntiro performance ro llcctcd cirdit upon tho participants. Thohouo was crowded, nnd every 0110 nppenicii nigniy picascu. Tho net receipts wero $358.83. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. llcsuniptloii uf Train Service to llio West Juno K, 1H8D. Until further notice trains ou tho Penn sylvania Itallioad will Icavo Haltlmoro aud Potorxao Station for Pittsburg and thu West as follows: 0;60 a. in.. Fast Ltuo Via Suubiiry, Lock Haven, Driftwood aud tho Allegheny Val ley It. It., connecting at Harrlsburg for Uoluts south on tho Cumberland Valley, midwest to Lowlstowuou tho Main Line. At Lock Haven to and fiom Altoona, Huntingdon and idl points 011 tho Paid Eaglo Valley, Hollldaysbuig and Tyiono and Clcai field branches nud Poll's Clap li. 11. At Dilftwood for Erlo and Pittsburg and till points on the Allegheny Valley It. It. At Pittsburg, cast as far ns lflalrsvlllo Intersection, all points on Southwest Penn sylvania, and for all points west of Pitts burg. 'this train has Pullman buffet pallor car, 'Washington to Hanlsbuig. and Pullman slecplnu car Harrlsburir tost. Louis. 10.00 p. in, Pacllln Express makes saino connections cast of Pittsburg, as noted for fast line, also for Chicago and Columbus. Ibis train has Pullman sleeping car Harris buig to Chicago, Harrlsburg to Pittsburg, and Hairlsburg lo Erie. Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac It. It, trains will run only to Fredericks burg, Va., for tho present. No trains aro running between Wllllams port and Elmlia, Trains on other portions of the Pennsyl vania liallrord aro running as announced Ju tho regular schedules published lu tho daily papers. Cms. E. Peon, J. It. Wood, Geo. Manager, Den, Fas. Agent. THE ADMAOH DISASTER. A OI00111 Cast Over tlio Wholo County t by tlio Accident. . Tho sccno wlilch followed tho lerri blo railroad disaster described In last evening's CniTic was heartrending. Hd&ts of volunteers wero soon on hand nnd the dead and wounded wero taken from tho wreck and carried down tho bank. Medical nld was called for and a special train from "Belfast brought to tho sccno twenty surgeons from that clly nnd n number of medical men from other places betvccn Belfast nnd Armagh. The disaster Is unparalleled In the lailroad history of Ireland. Thu accident has cast a gloom over Ainiagh. All -the shops wero closed III, tho afternoon and tlio pcoplo arc In. general mourning, The engineer, fire man nnd gunrd of tho train and tho trfilllc manager's clerk wero summoned bcfoio n magistrate and were icmnnded on the charge of being lcspousiblo for llio accident. The biako power of the cnglrio of tlio third train was inadequate. While the second train was ascending the Incline the engineer remarked to tho fireman: "I nm afraid wc can',1 do It." Tho following train was commencing tho nsccntwhen tlio engineer sawthoiun away cars. Shutting off tlio steam nnd lcvcrslng the lever thu engineer nnd flrcmnn jumped from the engine, shout ing to tho passengers to 'do tho same. Tlio Inllcr, however, not hearing the cries, did not obey. No 0110 was In jured on that train. Tho engine was hurled sixty feet down an embank ment. The carriage that tan Into tho engine wns shnttcied to splinters, ami frag ments of dicss, umbrellas, etc., wero scattered hundreds of yards. A dozen corpses wcio found beneath tlio cngiiiu In n paibolled condition. Somo of tho occupants of tho limaway cars tried to escape, but tho doors weio looked. Thu front part of tho tialn started back In piii8iilt of tho runaway cars, nnd the passengers saw tlio collision at a dis tance of U00 yaids. A man named Hughes, who visited llio sccno of tho (llnstcr, wns so lion tiled nt tlio sight Hint ho died on the spot. His corpse was taken to Armagh In his own car. THE SPORTINO WORLD. vi sTi:mm ' oasies. l'lilla. nt Wash. & I'ltts.. 10 at Clilo'go, ClcvTd, 3 nt 1'd'iriKW lloston at N. Y. bt.I.'nls,3 at llaltm'o, fi OA51ES TO-DAY. Wasirton Pittsburg Cleveland l'lilla. nt at at nt llo.tnii. Chicago. Init'p'lN. NowYoik Lonlsvlllu St. Louis Kan. city clncln. at at nt at ltaltlmoroi Plilla. Columbus Urooklyn. now Tire cLvns sta LEAOfK. W. L. ). lloston ! .T33 Cleveland. ..95 13 Ma l'lilladclp'a.iil IS .013 New York.. SO in .W0 Chicago 17 23 .430 l'lllsburg...13W .405 Imllauap'llsll 33.300 Washington 10 SI ,'iCO ASSOCIATION. W. 1.. V. St. Louis 23 13 ,013 Athletla 2S 13 .631 llrooklyn....i!7 17 .014 Ilaltlraoro....iet Mi Cincinnati. ..--Hiri ,W0 Kansas Clty.31 ttl .107 Columbus... HI 2(1 .'1S1 Louisville... H&S .174. Tho following: changes In the various associations lutvo been ofilolaliy an nounced by President Young : Contracts for 1880 With New Yoik, T. J. Kcefe; Washington, A. A. Irwin; Louisville, William Glcnson; Kansas City, J, 1 Ycckctt aud J. Sowders; Cincinnati, Theodore Connor; Brook lyn, Charles Hoynolds; Newark, James Hatpin: I.owoll, P. h. Day; Worcester, G. A. Wilson; Toledo, T. C. Nichols; London, T. J. Estcrbrook; Detroit, J. B. Donnelly nnd Anton B. Dunne; Hamilton, Jnmc4 Banning, Charles Glbbs, jr., and Georgo E. Weidman. Tho Washington's nro to retain Mor rill as first baseman and manager nnd give Irwin ilio field captaincy. This system was tried in Boston year beforo last nnd wns u colosal failiud. Mori ill was manager and Kelly captain. Bos ton Herald. But Irwin is not Kelly. Nnturully Sntlsll'id, At about 11 o'clock this morning tho Jury in tho caso of "William II. Walter, charged With assault to 1:111 ou Sergeant Falvey, camo lu and returned n verdict of ertiilty of stmplo assault. Ono Juror hung out all night for n verdict of guilty as indicted, while another insisted, with equal vchc mcuco on a verdict of complcto acquittal. Walter showed lively satisfaction at tho re sult. He had offered to plead guilty to tho charge of assault. Ornnil Hull unit llout Kxeurslon. Iho excursion on Juno 10 down tho Chesapcako Pay promises lo bo ono of the most pleasant trips out of Washington. Delightful trii) ou tho Chesapcako nud Susquehanna lilvcr, with two hours stop over at Tolchcstcr. Music lu both direc tions. Meals fifty cents, cither ou tho S rounds or ou board tlio boat. Train leaves . it O. Depot, Washington, 8:30 a. in. Hound-trip rato $1.25. Don't forget tho date, Wednesday, Juno 10. $U.8S Is all wo OBk for any. suit marked $12, $12.60, 4-i:!.r,0 and $157 Elscman Pros., Seventh and E, manufacturing clothiers and tailors. Educational j:xeurlon to Nashville, To 1111. Ladles and gentlemen w ho wish to mako arrangements for a cheap aud delightful ex cursion to Nashville, by way of the Whlto Sulphur Springs, Natural Bridge aud tho Mammoth Cave and who wish to secure tho lest, cheap accommodations nt Nashvlllo aro rcquutcd to call at once upon Profes sor '.. ltlchards, 1301 Coicorau street. Faro aud membership's feo ono way will secure a lound trip, good until October 1. Accomodations at Nashvlllo from $1 to .tli.OO per day. A postal card sent to this office will secure the regular dclitcry of Till: UllITIC In any part of the city. $: Is all tho money required lo buy any suit marked J'-",', SS.50, $35 and $cJ7.50. F.lso man Hi others, Seventh nud E, manufactur ing clothiers aud tailors. tViisliIneton Sato Deposit Co., 01(1 I'll, avc. btoraeo Department all atiove cround- i)ii:d. DASHIELL.-Jtino 14, Mary Thornton, bo. Unecl daughter of Olhe If. and Julius .M. I aidilell, aged U months and 23 days, Illchmond, Charlottesville and Alexandila, Va., papers please copy. S.MOTIIEUS.-On Juno 11, 18S1), nt his resi dence, 317 Virginia nvcnuo southeast, after a long nnd painful Illness, Georgo V. Smothers, beloved husband of Henrietta Smothers, nud son of Cliarlottonnd Lemuel Smothers. A pieelousono fiom us has gono, A volco we loved Is ntlll! A lilai ols vacant In our homo, Which never can bo llllcd. ' llV IlH Wlt'UANIlMoTIIGII. l'uncial from UnenozcrA. M. E. Church, -tth mid D sticcts MHitlieust, on Friday, Juno II, at S p.m. Filends and relative Invited to attend, SNODflltASS.-Siulilenly, near Lako Ito land, llalllmoio County, AM,, Saturday, Juno K, lhM), Hanunhf. Knodgiass, widow of the Into Dr. Josoph E. Kiiodgrass, In tho 77th year of her ago. Funeral took placo at Baltimore, Md., Monday, Juno 10. BTKWA11T.- Departed this llfo on J11110 IS. IbMl, at S:W a, m,, after a midden lllnoss of four days, Enoch Hhk, only beloved son of John ami Catharine A. btowart, (lone, but not forgotten. l'uncial from t ho rostdoneo of his parent, No.Hlsillbtieet northwest, Filday, ut Urw o'clock, KEI.IHEII.-On Tuosday. Juno II, 1830, Mary Kelllier.tlio beloved wlfo of James Kcll her, aged 0.1 years, nntlvoof Dlnglo, County Lary, Jieland.und for thohist forty yours 11 rcfclilent of this city. Funeral from hor lato roshlenoo, No. M0 1) street northeast, onFilday, thu llth, nt -':30 o'clock p. m. 1'ilends and lolatlves respect fully Invited to attend. lit) HKK.-Departod thU llfo 1'ild.iy, Juuo 7. lbb'J, Hamilton Howard Uurko, only sou of Albert F. and Kebeeoa Ilurko, In tho full as suranieof a blissful Immortality beyond tho grave, nged W years ami eu tiny. Funeral took placo at the Nineteenth Strict liaptltt Church last Kumlay,at i O'clock p. ic, Interment at Harmonlal, Mfatially We've gotten together for this summer the larg- peit p.tnpk nf thin c" :, :,. r: it: illlU 1 11 1 11 U S I clothing that could be secured and preserve our standard. It's a taking stock, too, Every taste can be fed and there is a pood reliable quality for everv purse. The weather's been play ing havoc for a month past. Trade's been good, but there's no telling what it would have been if the ele ments had worked on the other tack. Enjoy these little cool spells in your thick garments. They're short-lived. There'll be a change, and a hot one; then you'll hunt us up. Full-lined, half-lined, un lined Serges and Flannels, Skeleton Worsteds, Cheviots, Cassimeres, Tweed3 and Twills, from the home looms and our across-the-water neighbors. Put up by rule, modified by common sense a team that produces per fection $6 to $40. Not the value, but the price our price. Alpacas, Pongees, Ducks, Seersuckers, Mohairs, Silks and Flannels In Coats and Vests, look well for home and street use. The Ameri can and English novelties in Cricketing, Lawn Tennis and such costumes. Bla zers, Tourists' Dusters 'and the common,every-day office "slip-on,'' from a half a dollar to twenty. & CLOTH MOULDEIIS. 300 to 308. Seventh Street. SV3IMISU JlOAllOIXa. OlIKNEY SntlNGSAND HATH, VA-TIIIS magnificent property, recently purchasod by tho Orkney Springs Hotel and Improvo ment Company, will open Juno 15. Added to many new attractions and Improvements Is n swimming pool largest In the United Statos enlarged ground, walks and drlvo, nn ex cellent livery, equipment unsurpassed; soven dlficrcnt mineral waters, superb climate, es pecially beneficial for malaila, nstbma, ca innh and hay f over, exhaustion nnd denies slon: capacity, 1,000; grand scenery. Pam phlets nt principal drug stores, depots, etc. 1 W. EVANS, Manager. COUNTIIY HOAItD-SI WEEK-HEAUTI-Catty situated, tluee-quartcrsof a mile soutliFrontlioyal, near Shenandoah Illvor; Plenty fruit hnu nhado. and tlirco kinds ex cellent water. W. W., Front Itoyal, Wan en County, Va llox 118. QUMMEIt nOAHDEttS ACCOM.MODATED p Mrst-class board. Mrs. Dr. A.B.I'llICE, Frostbiirg, Allegany County, 'Mel. Parties without children preferred. 1'uro wntcrand plenty or ilch milk. Altitude, S,W feo!. Terms: SO and " per week. rPIIE UNDEUSIONED, PltOPItinTOIt OF J. tho Kcnncn Houao, nt ltlverton, Va., (situated at tho junction of tho two branches nf the bhcnamluah Itiver, nnd unsurpassed for beauty of scenery, health, sooloty nnd bass fishing), wonts summer boarders, who will bo furnished nleo nlry rooms, good fara and attention. Terms moderate and mado known on application. Addicss JOSEPH W. KENNEN, ltlverton, vn. IITOODLAWN, Vy IIockmi.le, Md., Will bo opened for tho reception of gnosis Juno 15. Newly built anil nowly furnlsliod. Modern Improvements, ulectrla bells, gas, W atcr. M Its. JI . J. COLLUY. Of tho Clarendon, l'ronriotress. qWOUSAND ISLANDS. HOTEL WESTMINSTER, Westminster Tark, Alexandria Day, N. Y, "Unquestionably tho finest location In tho 1,000 Islands." Harper's Magnilno, Septem ber, '81. Itntes 83 to $3 per day, 810 to 817 per weok. Special lutes to families and parties. Send for lllustratod pamphlet. II. 1 lNGLEHATtT. Prop HTATlONlUtY. RIDER & ADDISON. Wholesalo and Retail Dealers la PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 314 Eighth St. N. W noar l'a. Ave. Orders or requests tor quotations given personal attention, aud satisfaction guaran- teed In prlcatnd quality, ATTOltXlSXIi-A T.I..I W, pAMHJELL CAItUINQTON, Attorney-at-Law, va D street northwest, Washington, D, O. Webster Law Building, Itosldenco, 1318 II stroot northwest. John Evan, M'g'r. J01111 SrinTzsuN, Trcas. I .11 110 S.CALVERT ST., BALTIMORE, HD. JLoIJuBrRnIaClAeNnTE TItADE-XAnK. MANUFACTURERS OF LUBRICATING OILS 6 GREASE Correspondence Solicited. VyVKHTAlCVUH. V WILLIAM LEE (Successor to Henry Lee's Sons), -TJJSTDE RO?3:3IIIl- 33'J TEHN. AVENUE N. W., South Side, Bram.li office, -108 Maryland ave, s. w. UOU&T llunODOEF, FURNISHING UNDERTAKER, 310 1'eon, ave. n. w., between 3d and i)i sla Evcrjtluiis lirst class. j swim, k fyf S5JSr. wvwwwvwtt wwvwx v.vywwwww A LDAVOH'S aiUan OrKKA-IIOUSB THE LaiUONT OPEHfl. CO. Under tlio management of Mr. NAT 110111. UVEKY EVENING AND SATURDAY MAT. THE BlllCinO. Allco Tarlc, as Nankl-Pooj Mabolla linker. Wm. l'ruett. Louis Do Lango, Ooo. Urodcrlcfe nnd Miss Heusn Layout. Monday.Iuno 17.-7th Wcok of HiO Lnmont Opera Co., poMllvo production of NANON. Scats now on sale. , A LDAUOII'S CirtAND Ol'EltA HOUSE. Mr. Albaugh takes great pleasure In an- nouncingn CiltAND CONCEilT In nld of tlio fund for tho JOHNSTOWN SUfFElIKltS, BUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 111. For which occasion 100 musicians of Wash ington and Georgetown havo bocn combined and organised by Mr. IiOUKHTO.nEUNAYH. conductor of orchestra, Professor JOHN l'lllMI't-OtlSA, together with thoLAMO.NT OI'EIIA COMPANYOiyklnd permission of Mis Helen Latnont and Mr. Nat. Itoth), InaludlnK JIIss Helen Lamont, Miss Alloo Carlo, Mis Jlabclla Ilakcr, JIIss I.aurn Jllllard, Mr. Wm. l'ructt. Jlr. Louis Do Lango, Jtr. Georgo llrodcrlck, jrr. Charles Lang. Entlro chorus of so Milccs. Conductor for company and ac companist, Jtr. Adolpli Ilaucr. Tho pro ceeds, wltliaut n single deduction, will bo given to this worthyoblcct. General ndmls slon.SSo.i reserved seats, 50 nnd 7BO. eats now on sale. A NTON STltELEZKI Will glvo by special request n PfflNO RECITHL OH THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE IU, AT B O'CLOCK, AT WETZEItOTT'S WAltEItOOJIS, MO TWELFTH STREET. ADMISSION - - OKEDOLLAIC EltNAN'8 TIIEATItE ANI) OAltDEN. Eleventh St., south of l'ennsylvanla nvc. 1NTEKNATIONALBIX DAYS' HACK. 112 HOUHS. ALL DAY ANI) AT.LNIGIir. '1 burs., rnco r, mile, Sinclair vs. Jlackpy, Frl., hccl-and- too, Sinclair vs. Meek. Sat., Jtcs.ciigers, rapid postal, oto. TIlEllEAllTirUI.SUJlMEll OAltDEN. Matinees Monday, Tuosday, Thursday and Saturday. Xoxt Week Six Days' Fomalo llace. G LOIIE TIIEATItE, rcnnsyivania avenue. ami iiinsi. i.ranu upcning summer season. Matinees Jfon., Tubs., l'hura. nnd Sat. UUHLESQUE ANI) VAltlETIES Every Night. Admission, 10, 13, 80, .tic. SUNDAY. JUNE 2, First performance of the E,Bco3sroa-3a3?i3: lUTTLE OFTiiuLL IlUN ADMISSION 25 CENTS j:xa vitmoN.t. M1 OUNT VERNON! ' .V J ' j- S '"W w - STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN (Capt. I- L. Blake) leaves 7th-st. wharf dally (oxeept Sunday; lui MOUNT VERNON Leaving at lOo clock a. m.;returnliig,rooho WasblDKton about tl.uon. ra. Fare rou mi ll lp, SI, Including admission to grounds and mansion. . MARSHALL HALL. Steamer W. W. Corcoran leaves Ttli-st. whaif dally for Jlnrslmll Hall, leaving at 10 Ida. m., reaching Washington about 3:30 p. in. SUNDAYS two trips, leaving nt !0:SOium. and 2:20 p. m., reaching Washington at 2 and 7:30 p. m. 1'uro round-irlp, i.'5c. ALEXANDRIA FURRY AND ItlVEIt EX CURSION. Two Saloon Steamers. Every hour from C a.m. to 7:15 p. m. 12 MILES ON THE TOTOJIAI. FOlllRo. . Free Excursion for llables. See Schedule. THO NORFOLK AND FOKTHES3 MONROE. DAILY LINE OF"sTEAMERS. ON AND AFTER JIONDAY. MAltCH 4, I860, Steamer GEORGE LEAHY will loaVo Sovoutli street wharf on Mondays, Wednesdays ami Fridays at A p. in. Steamer LADY OF THE. LAKE on Tues days, Thursdays nnd Sundays at 5 p. m. from Sixth street wharf. LEARY will stop at Plney Tolnt down ami up, weather permitting, until further notice. No boat for Cornfield Harbor. rare, si jus each way. No round trips. Both steamers land at lloston wharf, Nor folk, and inako close connection with Boston and l'rovldonco nnd Now York stoamers of Old Dominion Line; connect also with nil othcriallnnd steamer lines. Seouro rooms and tickets nn boats. Knox and Lloyd's express will check baggage from hotels and prfvatoiosldcni'os. Loary's telephone, No. 715-3; Lake's tclcpliono. No. 01, GEO. It. I'HILLII'S, Sunt. I. & S. C. CO. WM. I. WELCH, Supt. 1'. 8. Co. rpiIF. NEW bTEAJIER CECILE, THAT JL will nccommoilato e00 poonlo, makes hourly trips to Holtzinan's and Upper lllver landings from D a. m. to li) p. ra. Hound trip 15o. All kinds of pleasuro boats for hlro at tho samo wharf. JOS. I'ASSENO. 3131 Water St. HOI TOR OREAT FALLS AND CAI1IN JOHN URIDGE.-Stcam Packet EXCHL bloll makes her regular trips on Sunday, Monday, Wcdncday and Friday, leaving High st, and Canal, Goorgctnwn, at 8 a. m. Will commence April gl Faro, Wo., round trip. SlOlfJir TO LOAN. Advertisimtntsuntler this head, four lines or less, 85 cents for three Insertions; 60 cents for six INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE Au thorized by tho United Security Llfo In surance and Tmst Company of Philadelphia, to advance money on improved property In Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar ket value with or without llfo Insurance. Luans paynblo In monthly or quarterly In stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or so years. In many Instances tho payments nre less than tho rental of a houso. F. II. SMITH & SON, liSB F st u w. T,f ONEY TO LOAN ON DEAL ESTATE OB ItX first-class securities at lowost rates of Interest. No delay where security Is good. O. C. GREEN. 803 7t!l St. II. W. M ONEY TO LOAN in sums to suit, P. A, DARNIELL. 018 V st n w. M' ONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit On Approved Heal Estato Security. B. II. WAllNEIt A CO., 01111'" st.n.w. GOOD TAIL0BII&. In our Suits at 8M.B0 aro now nnd stylish Woolens, of hotter quality, bet ter trimmings and bottor tailor work than can bo had olsawhero for tho money. Correct stylo and perl cet lit aio guaranteed to all. HARBAN fit BENNETT 3tlO 1ST. "3Z. J&rvo. For a full lino of aentlomon's Worsted, Coating Jllltons, Trousers, Scotch nnd Eng lish Cheviots, cloths and Doeskins; also full line of Tailors' 'it minings. Call on 2?, EC. QUAST, 080 I) Streot Northwest. FIREMEN'S Insurance Company. Cliaitcreil by Congtcss, 1837. Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $170,000 OFFICE: Now Building, northoast ooruor 7th st. and Louisiana ave. ALBERT A. WILSON, O. W. noWAHD. riosljcnt. Secretary, THOMAS PAIIKE1I. It. n. nAZARD, Vlco-rrcsldent. Asst. Secretary PEERLESS DYES &2S: iWstsSi?. 'Nv vTaactsr t-A5WS . J