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Address
THE WASIIINOTON CIUTIC,
'Washington. D. 0.
WASHINGTON, JULY 1, 1880.
I'ltESlDHNTIAI. ItHCEI'TIONS.
Tic Oalilnct meets oil Tuesdays ami Fri
days at 12;S0 1. in.
Senators and Representatives In Congress
will be received by tlio President everyday,
except Mondays, from 11 until 12.
Tenons not members ot Congress baying
business with the President will 1)0 received
from 12 to 12:30 on Wudncsdays, Thursdays
and ttaturdays.
Those who havo 110 IjiisIiicss, hut call
merely to pay their respects, will bo re
ceived by tlio President In tho East ltoom
at 1 p. m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Saturdays, m
VISITOltS TO TIIK UEPAItTMKNTS.
Secretaries lllalne, Proctor and Tracy
bavclreucd tlio following order for tho re
ception of visitors;
llcccptlon ot Senators and Representa
tives In Congress from ID to 13 o'clock.
Reception of all persons not connected
with the Departments, at 13 o'clock, except
Tuesdays and Fridays, which aro Cabinet
Jays; and Thursdays In the Department of
State, when tho members of tlio Diplo
matic Corps aro exclusively received.
Persons will not bo admitted to ibobulld
Icg after " o'clock each day, unless by card,
which will bo sent by tho captain of the
watch to tho chief clerk or to the head of
the bureau for which, tho visit Is Intended.
TLis rule will not apply to Senators, Itcp
rtscntatlvcs or heads of Executive Depart
ments. The Becntary of tho Treasury receives
Senators and Representatives from 10 to
11:30 a. in , and other persons from 11:30
until 1 p. in., except Tuesdays and Fridays,
Cabinet days.
The Fostinastcr-Ocncrs, receives persons
having business with him from 10 a. m.
until 1 p. m., except on Tuesdays and
FrldujB, CabluU days.
Personal calls upon tho Secretary of tlm
Interior must bo made between 10 a.m.
and 12 o'clock noon.
31IK JltUHIDKNT'S I.ITTLIJ TKII'.
President Harrison was nlisctit from
the "Wliltc House n part of last Satur
day. He went over to Baltimore to
rued his wife, who was ictiirning from
Cupc May,, It was not a young urldo
whom tho President of the United
States thus dcscited tho Whlto House
lorr.cct. Shu Is n grandmother. She has,
Iccn his wlfo a grent many years. Ono
tvowld imagine that shomlght be absent
for a few days without tho necessity or
inclination for a inilrond trip on the
part of the husband to meet her on her
w ay home. Vet ho made tho trip.
About thrco years ago a President of
tho United Stutcs awaited the return
from Europe of n young girl who was
to bo hl wlfo Hero was an occasion
when chlvnlilc attention might linvo
been reasonably expected. Here was
a woman, little more than a school-girl,
returning from an extended absence and
under circumstance peculiarly embar
rassing. It was a tlino when all cour
tesy, all thoughtfulucss, nil attention
Khotild have been shown. Out alio, was
not welcomed as she lauded by tho man
nbout to murry her. No Lochlavar
ramii out of tho West to meet her. In
Mead, he Hat in his abode stolid ns Sit
ting Bull, and sent a runner to meet the
coming bride. It was his way.
It's a matter purely personal, but It
is hard to avoid a compaiison of tho
ways, of the two Presidents toward tho
women closest to them. ' Tlio public
heart, somehow, will go out to tho
grandfather, who went to meet tho
grandmother who wanted to shorten a
little tho tlmo of separation. Tlio pub
lic heart is just foolish enough to beat
that way, to bo with old-tlmo, homely
nendfnstncBS nnd loyalty and thought
fulness. TIIK MON1TOK" AGAIN.
hi The CiiiTio of a recent dato ap
peared an article commenting on an
extinoidlnary contribution to tho lost
number of "Lippincott's JIagazino," In
which tho od story was repeated at
tributing tho invention of tho
famous Monitor to the Into John
Ericsson, who ' was tho . constructing
eiigiiucr. Mrp John P. Winsrow
of I'ouglikccpsle, N. V., with his
.partner, contributed nine-tenths ot tlio
money lor tho Monitor's construction,
Mr. C. S. BusuncI! contributed ono
tenlh and John Ericsson got llvo per
cent, on tho salo for overseeing tho
building of tlio vessel. Mr, Thcodoro
It. Tlmb.v rceolved $5,000 for tlio use
ol his invention of tho revolving
luriet. Jlr. Wlnslow Is still alive
and, Ids attention being" tittractod by
the articles hero rofertcd to, has written
Jlr, Tlmby a letter on tlio subject. Tills
letter Tub Citmc lias secured and hero
gives lis a most Interesting nnd import
ant document on an important historical
Mibject:
rooonKEursiB, N. Y Juno 39, 1880.
T. It. Tlmby, Mg,
Mr Druii Sin; Tho artlclo entitled I'The
Things That Aro Cwsar'j," with your pleas
ant note, came to-day, and It Is most excel
lent and perfectly truthful and Just, Tun
Cxitio also came to-day, and It Is stiong
and honest In all that It says nbout the
'Lippincott" article. The persistent per
Ytrdvu Of thf facta regarding the history of
the Invention and construction of tho
Monitor, by tlio press; can no lon
ger lo ascribed Igilornnco on tho part
of such writers as In tho "Lippincott"
publication and their like. They should
and do know better. Enough has been
printed to teach them better, and tho out
spoken words of tho "Crcsar" and Cumo
are nono too pointed aud sarcastic.
Sincerely jours, J mo. F. Winsi.ow.
"What more need bo said ns to tho
Invention of the Monitor Mr. AVIns
low mado tho contract, paid for the
vessol and knows what ho Is talking
about. His authority In tho matter is
ultimate.
Till', tiiain which carries Sullivan and
his friends from New York to New Orleans
alTords an opportunity for somo quiet aud
cultivated gentleman to make a delightful
trip South, surrounded by such society as
Is seldom thrown In with summer' ex
cursions. Mit. I.. (1. Hike's reception on Saturday
evening at tho Highland Club was a most
cnjoyablo occasion. Mr, lllne Is to bo con
gratulated on the character and multitude
of his friends.
i
Oovkiinoh FoiuKcitof Ohio announced
In bis speech of acceptance- that ho was not
a candidate for U. 8. Scnatorshlp. Editor
Halstcadcan rely upon this as authentic
and rest easy.
Tim New YonK TViiwie yesterday gavo
tho llanncl shirt an editorial thumping,
Tills comes of attiring Ift cditorlu-chlcf In
couit costumes and setting him up In Paris.
Ohio rei'Uiilicaxs aro confident they
will carry tho Stato this fall, notwithstand
ing tho Republicans never carry tho Stato
tho year after n Presidential election.
Ir 8m Julian Paiincefote wants to get
somo Washington real cstato ho cau bo ac
commodated, and It won't cost him very
much, cither.
ORITIOUIiAR,
Itcv, Mr. llamllu of tho Church of tho
Covenant (tho President's shrlno) preached
a sermon yesterday on "Our Politics Is In
Heaven," and a little bird brought In this:
A Mugwump at tho heavenly gate
Met Peter with tho keys,
And bowing low to Peter, said:
"I'd like to como In, please."
"And who aro you," bold Peter cried,
"That asks this thing of met"
"Oh, I'm a Mugwump," said the man,
"My slzo you often sec."
"Oli Ahl excuso mc," Peter said;
"You don't belong In herd"
"What? What?" exclaimed the Mugwump
then,
In trembling aud lu fear,
"Am I to go to shcol, slrJ"
"Oh, no," tho saint replied;
"You go along that way, 'tis true,
Hut stop half way this side.
"Yon sec, my friend, Just what you aro
1 cannot really say
An angel or a devil, so
1 balance you half way,.
Until I havo a chauco tq Judgo
What Is your proper fato.
If you're tho angel that you look,
You bet you'll take tho gate."
If tailors took measures for cash they
wouldn't have to tako measures to collect
back-number bills.
Tho English will pick tho Portuguese at
Delogoa Day.
Wife; You don't love mo as you used to,
Henry.
Husband (reflectively)) No, I don't
think I do. I Ioo you more.
Wife: No, you don't I No, you don't I
Husband; Yes, I do, too. llccaussyou
used to cost mo $160 a year and now I
blow In $1,500 on jou every year. Talk
about love. Why, you don't know what
love Is.
Tl o wages of sin Is death, and there's no
kick for higher wages.
The whl to horse Is reddy for service when
ever thu lady wants to ride htm.
THEN AND NOW.
The Deluge of the olden time
la greater than our fumo;
We have no Noah and no Ark,
Hut get there all the same.
Jtttvwe ilul need rtifu.
Grccly Is tho raining sovereign,
Now Is tho time to Inquire; "Y Is the
Fourth of July?"
This la Uio first of July. J Is tho first of
July. Therefore, this Is Jay. Hut It
wouldn't have been If It hadn't rained as
usual.
BALLAD 0' PIZEN SNAKE.
(linger au' me an' Monte Jake
Put up cr Job on Pizen Snake.
Hated tcr bilk this Injun buck
Hcd.te r do It tcr change our luck)
Wo win stoppln' et olo Fort Pierre
Suckers wuz scurse an' llvlu' dear!
Credit wuz gono on1 what tcr do,
Nary cr one ov us critters know,
Ilullwhackers acted kinder shyj
All o' tho hoys wuz gcttln' lly.
Wouldn't rivo us or bit or play,
Wouldn't buck us cruother day I
(linger wuz cappln', but wau't ter blaino,
No ono 'ml tackle our lectio jjarael
Jako an' Ginger au' mo wuz broke
llarkicpcr had our gnus In soak I
Whisky wuz wu'th two bits or drink
Jlcd ter rustlo tcr raise somo chink I
Flnerlly roped this I'lzcn Snake,
Played lilm low fur cr leetlo stake.
Said 'at he'd Hko to hov "heap fun,"
Tried tcr humor ther sou ov cr gun.
Took in his blankets an other truck,
Also ther spurs ov tlila Injun duck.
Illcw in his squaw an' two papoose
(Hut fcr ther kids wo lied no use),
Hlewln his pony, saddle and all
Kep us ergolu' all thet fall
nicw In his tepee on the "tray,"
Flnerlly blew out bis brains ono day,
Sam. T, Cloveii.
Ciimeroii'tf Wuy.
(Chicago Herald.)
General Simon Cameron's secret of suc
cess was that ho never acted without know
ing all the facts obtainable. Although a
desperate and shrewd tighter, ho seldom
wasted his efforts In support of weak inon,
Hero Is his own explanation: "When I
found tho man who was pretty euro to wlu
with tho little support I could give him ho
was mado the Cameron candidate I got
all the credit for tlio' victory and the candi
date himself believed that his success was
'entirely attiibuta'Oo to me."
Ills I "oretieail,
(Df )
Port Huron hv .. i . lose forehead
Is so low thatj ' ' .i j, tho toara run
dowu his back
Heavy ralu
of Dakota m
repair much
protracted
Jay In portions
ire expected to
e caused by the
THE TOWH'S PHOTOORAPH.
Odd, Isn't It, that tho old soldiers
who lost legs on Virginia's sacred soil
should wear artificial legs mado of Vir
ginia willow f Every bit ot wood ncd
In thu manufacture of arllllulal logs
here In Washington, and this city Is tlio
headquarters for nrtlllclal legs, is
willow cut In Virginia. The reason
Washington i tho Iiendqunrlcrs Is that
the Pension Olllco Is located here. Tho
Pension Oltlco gives every soldier who
lost a leg or an nrm in the war a now
ono every fifth yenr. One of tho
places where they make legs hero Is
just nromid tho corner from the Ave
lino on Eleventh street. Tho proprietor
of tills place has Invented a machitio
for making nrtlllclal legs. Before the
socket for the stump of the leg hnd to
bo whittled out by hand and cut hero
and there till It Just lilted tho cripple's
Mump, Tlio patient had to bo thcro all
the time tho leg was being fitted. But,
by the new scheme, n cast of tho stump
is mado In plaster of iinris and tho ma
chine fits the nrtlllclal leg by that. Tho
machine is of especial utility In tlio
rare cnes in which ladles lfnvo lost
legs. The cleverlst bit of work this
machine ever did was to supply n man
with legs who Is woro oil than Pen
sions Commissioner Tanner. Corporal
Tnnhcr's legs nio both off nnd so woro
this man's, but, on his wooden ones,
this man walks without any cane,
which Corporal Tanner ain't
An old c.x-soldlcr was hobbling
along the north con Idor of thu Treas
ury Department the other day looking
nt tho difTcicnl doors upon his right
nnd left when Jio espied a colored mes
senger, to whom ho spoke and inquired
tho way to the ofllce of the Treasurer.
Mr, Impudence Insolence Afrlcnniis ic
pllcd: "Follow your nose." "Well, tho
mixed Irish and American cursing that
the old soldier Indulged in would havo
made a pirate sad. Ho ovontually
i cached his destination nnd hnd his
petition check cashed, aud then ho
opened up for tho benefit of tho Trcns
liter. He took off his nose and then
icmovcd n silver plato from tho top ot
his head nnd told the Treasurer that ho
would strip if it was not for decency
sako and show him how ho was shot to
pieces. ' '1 fought four yenrs nnd have
suffered for twenty-five years to frco
the d d naggur, then to havo ono of
them to insult mc. If I hnd had my re
volver I would have killed thu Impu
dent cur." After thus delivering him
self he went away.
'.
Itdoes'ut require a calendar to con
vey the Information Hint tho Fourth of
July is at hand. Tho suspicious bugle
of tho small boy's pocket, tho unex
pected fuslladc of paper caps from tlio
car track, the convulsive snort of tho
llrc-crncker nnd tho annoyed look on
the face of thepollccinnu nil go to show
that tlio nntlonnl holiday is nt hand;
that the country Is safe, even if tho
small bov Isn't.
The following beautiful letter of con
dolcnce was written by Colonel P.
Ponnn of New York to Mrs. Ilainixlcn
Znne of this city, whoso husband, a
man hnnoicd and loved by all who
knew him, recently dicdt
EW ioiiK,'June 20, 18S9.
Mr Dear Miib. Zane: I have Just been
shocked by eeuing tho announcement ot
your honored aud beloved husband's death.
I know that In such an hour all earthly
sympathy Is vain, and tendcrest words that
ever fell from human tonguo or pen seem
Idlest mockery. Hut I should do violoiico
to my uwn feelings If I did not hasten to
assure you that in your bitter bereavement
Jou have the deepest sympathies of my
cart.
Ho wis one. of tho gentlest gentlemen I
ever knew a man of the klua the world
cull UvarTcinl to spare. Ills rtuatU' U n I cm
to his country and to society, as well as an'
irreparablo loss to his family and his
friends.
Hut to such a mau himself a Christian
man, faithful In tlio discharge of every duty
to his family, his neighbors, his country,
God aud humanity what wo call Death Is
not death, but tho glad beginning of Life.
It Is but release from burdens of weariness,
pain and disappointment, which tho most
fortunate ot tho living often find hard to
bear. It Is but tho throwing wldo ot the
radiant gates that open out ( tho Joyous
light and beauty, tho deathless bloom and
everlasting peace of Paradise. To such an
one as ho It Is but going
Out'of the shadow of sadness,
Into the sunshine pf gladness,
Into the light of the blest;
Out of a land very dreary,
Out of the world of the weary,
Into tho rapturo of rest.
Out of to-day's sin and sorrow,
Into a blissful to-morrow,
Into a day without gloom;
Out of a land tilled with sighing
Land of the dead aud the djlng,
Into a land without tomb.
' Out of the world of the walling,
Thronged with the ungulsbed and ailing,
Out of fe world of tho sad;
Into the world that rejoices
World of bright visions and,volccs
Into tho world ot the glad I
God grant that somo radiant gleams from
that bright. Hcttcr I.aud, to which ho has
gone, may lighten your darkened heart and
homo, and that jou and be and all his dear
ones left behind may bo reunited at last;
"no wanderer lost, a family In heaven," Is
tho heartfelt prayer of i ours, most sincerely,
P. DONAN,
.
Did you ever see Jefferson's treo in
any of your strolls down the Avenue
nenr the Capitol ? Of com so every ono
knows the tradition of how tho third
President rodo to his inauguration on
horseback, and, reaching Tiber Creek,
he found It too muddy to foul, for tho
biidgohad for somo reason been re
moved or swept away. So ho tied his
horse to a tree on tlio bank ami walked
nerosg tho lltttlo footway that had been
temporarily erected, Few havo seen
tliis tree, though nearly every ono In
thu city hns passed beneath Its spread
ing boughs. It stnnds close to tho
fence just Inside of the Botanical Gar
dens, and its branches extern! over Into
the street. It is n stunted old affair,
not much to look at ns a thing of
beauty, but It goes as a relic. Mr,
Smith makes a sort of pet of the thing.
Ho says It Is over 200 years old, tho
patriarch of tho Washington treo wot Id,
It Is tho nthcr of hundreds of trees
scattered over tlio city, and Its children
do not consider themselves nbovo their
neighbors because tho Father of
Democracy happened to tie his horso to
ono of tho branches of their parent a
fow moments before ho was mado Presi
dent. A Jllow Ilrnlto Ills Noho.
Chicago, July . Frank Wado of Mil
waukee aud Harry Miller of Chicago fought
to a finish for a purse of $300 at 4 o'clock
yesterday morning back of Douglas' Park.
Tho light lasted fur seven rounds, when
Wado was kiiockcd out by a blow that
broke, his nose. Ho was otherwlio badly
punished. Miller was severely pounded on
tho neck and chest. Hoth aro good men
and wcro lu pink of condition. Wade
tipped the beam at 170 pounds and Miller
Wtlghcd Ml. Hut fow sports wcro prcseut.
ItenlUm Hun Mad.
Itcnlism In art will havo nn extraor
dinary revelation In Now York when a
Hon, painted by a Boston aillst, Is
placed In position. Tho owner of tho
picture, a hotel man, will llliimlnato
tho Hon with electricity and place it be
hind a row of real bars.
ir Yon 'Want lo Keep Coo!
get a mohair or an alpaca coat and vest for
$3. EUcuiati Bros., Soventh and E, mauu
facturlug clotbtlers and tailors.
No man on woman can attord to, be with
ou Wolff's Acme UUckiug,
GLADSTONE'S VIEWS OH HEALTH.
Tho only casual Indications thfit Mr1.
Qlndstono has entered his 80th yenr aro
nn Increasing deafness ami n slight
husklncss in his voice, which latter
wears off as ho talks and ho talks with
nboundlng frccness, though, ns some
ono observed, ho Is also "ft most attrac
tive listener." Ono notable thing nbout
his personal appcarnnco Is tho bright
ness of his eyes. Thoy aro fuller nnd
more unclouded than those of many a
man under fifty. Mr. Qlndstono was.
dowered at his birth with a magniflccut
constitution but he has nil his life tnken
grent enro of It. Talking nbout Mr.
llilght ho spoke regretfully of tho care
lessness with which his old friend dealt
with himself, "llrlght," hu said, em
phatically, "did nothing ho should do
to preserve his health and everything ho
should not." If ho had only been wlsd
nnd wise In time, thcro is, In Mr. Olad'
stone's opinion, no reason In the world
why he should not havo been alive to
day, halo and strong. But ho never
would listen to advice about himself.
Mr. Gladstone told a funny Httlo story
about Jlr. Brlght's habits on this score.
Up to within the last ten years ho had
no recognized medical attendant. Thcro
wn9 some anonymous and unknown
person to whom ho went for advlco ami
of whom ho spoke oracularly. "But;"
said Mr. Gladstone, with that curious
approach to a wink" that sometimes
varies his grave aspect, "ho would1
never tell his name or say
where he lived." About tcu years ago
Mr. Bright surprised Sir Andrew Clark
by appearing In his consulting room.
Sir Andrew, who know nil nbout his
peculiarities lu this matter, asked him
jiow it was he came to sco him. "Oh,"
paid Mr. Bright, "its Gladstone; he
never will let me rest." The mischief
of long neglect had been accomplished,
but Mr. Bright acknowledged the im
mense, bcmcllt he received, and nothing
more was heard of the anonymous doc
tor.
Mr. Gladstone semis to havo ncted as
mentor to Mr. liriclit In other respects
than that of his bodily health. Ho used
to ndviso him as ono panacea for pre
serving health of mind and body never
lo think of- political matters after get
ting into bed or on awakening in the
morning. "I never do that," Mr.
Qlndstono said. "I novcr allow myself
to do ttv In tlio most exciting political
crises I dismiss current matters entirely
from my mind when I go lo bed, and
will not think of them till I get up in
the morning. I told Bright tills and
he said; 'Tlirt's all very well for you,
but my way Is exactly the lcversc. I
think over all my speeches when I am.
In bed.' " Like Saucho Pnnzo, Mr. Glad
stone has n great gift of sleep. Seven
hours ho nlwnys gets, "and,"' he ndds,
with a smile, "I should Hko to have
eight. I hate getting up in tho morn
ing, and hato It the- samo every morn-'
lug. But ono can do everythinc by
habit, nnd when I havo had my seven
hours' sleep my habit Is to get up."
Shcfllcld Independent.
Tho rfow I'ollcemmi.
They have n new policeman up on
Gratiot avenue;" says the Detroit Free
Press, who is going to show tlio force
what ho can do, and ho permits no
guilty man to escape, or woman cither.
The other day ho called at n house nnd
knocked on tho door with his club. A.
mild-looking woman appeared, nnd
asked what wns wanted.
"Do you keep a doir, madainr" he'
Inquired, in an ofllclal tone.
"No sir; I do not," answered the
woman, quietly.
"Then your husband or somo of vour
family do," nrgucd tho policeman. "I
am Informed on creditable authority
S
inai you own a hoc,
"Oh, (you mean old Don? Hone1
goes out."
"No matter, ma'am. Answer my
questions propcrlyi Has ho a llcfcnstf
fiom tho city 1"
"Why, no," said tho woman, look
ing troubled; "wo didn't think It was
necessary."
"Then It Is my duty to tako the dog.
But you can redeem him within twenty
four hours by paying for his license to
the proper authorities." With that he
walked into the house past the woman1
nnd took hold of the dog whero ho sat
in tho hall und gave a mighty pull, but,
as the animal was nailed to the floor, lie
resisted so vigorously that tho police
man gave up tho job and retired rather
demoralized.
And the womnn sat down on the Hoop
and gasped between shouts of laughter:
"The Ideal Licensing a stuffed
dog I"
John Bromwcll, a bricklayer, was ruh
over and killed by tho cars at Baltimore
yesterday.
Peaks' Is the purest and best Soap over
made.
Tho new Cathedral of Saints Peter and
Paul, at Providence, K. I., was consocratcl
yesterday,
Ta&a.
Sm&
Tim Clili-f n"im for tlm via vMtmu silo.
cmi tf Huul'a 8arjit ri n i to. ml i.l U.o fuil
tlmt tli.t Tncutfliio tatunry neiciniill. 101 al
tint It cIjIic.o.1 (or it. It lotil mu It liai nh.u
Merit Wins I"plS.S,W;:2
ffivntf r tlinu that of any older Ulonit ptulflcr.
UruTi crofalrt, all Humors, I)ynftplii, otc.
'-trM nntu.fl. l Mrty. JL (o.. IawoU. Maa4.
uii:i.
TIEHNEYJune HO, jsta at 5:30 n.m
Lewis O., lumnt child of Matlhow and Anula
Tlctncy, aged 10 months.
TKMPI.E.-At the Portland, Washington,
I). C., on tho uhof June, of iiaralvslB, Mrs,
Catlyna T. Temple, wlfo of Admiral Tomplo,
ir s a ' daughter of (Jcncrat Totten,
The entlro funeral servlcos will be pari
formed at bt. John's Church on Tuesday, tho
2d of July, nt noon. Intorincnt private,
friends uio requested not to send flowers.
I.EEOir.-On Sunday, at noon, Juno 30, 1880,
alter a JlngorliiK Illness, Cella Helen, wlfo of
Edward O. Loach.
1'nnoral from lata losldonco.l U1 Corooran
street, Tuesday afternoon, at S o'clock. Ho
flowers, pleasu.
THOMA8-At her lesldenoo, 31061' stroot,
Juno 00, 1HSQ. at S o'olook p. m , Fannlo Gray
Thomas, widow of tho late- General Ueorgo (J.
Thomas.
ANOEI-On Sunday, Jnno 30, 1889, nt 3 a.
in., at thuiesldencoof her brother-in-law, J.
A. Olhbs, near Hrlghtwooil, D. 0., Murttorot
Ell rahctli, oldest dauxhter of the lato Thomas
Angel, of Itleliinond, Va.
Interment at lllchmond on Tuesday.
VXJiKHTAKEUH.
T "wiLfAMEif" """
(8nocessor to Henry Lee's Sons),
332 VEtnh AVENUE iN. W".,
South Sldo.
Branch office, 400 Maryland aye, s. w.
ltSK&S
ft
CHANCE
FOR THE-
All'our
$7i.'
$6i5o,
and.
$6
Suits in Short Pants go now
at
All our
$4:50,
$41
$3.50
and
$3
Suits in Short Pants go now
at
Most ol them are two
piece, but there are some
with three pieces.
Cassimeres, Cheviots,
Worsteds and Corkscrews.
All patterns.
- 3iJ 308 graft Street.
J'llOl'USAXH.
VAAAAAAAAAAAAf
THEASUKY DEPAUTMENT, OFFICE OP
the Secretary, Washington. D. C, Juno
S5, 1B89. Sealed proposals will bo received
at this Department until two Hi) o'clock p.m.
TIIUltSDAY, JULY 11, 1889, for cutting, sew
ing and laying new carpots, and marking car
rets for shipment, and for cutting and laying
linoleum and matting, and relaying old oar
nets. Instructions to bidders can tin hnd
upon application to tho odlco of tho supcrln
tcndcnl. Tho rlcht to relect anv nnd all
and all
,blds Is reserved. Partial bids will not Lo
considered. Proposals should bo addressed
to tho Secretary of tho Treasury, and In
dorsed: "Proposals for cutting and sowing
carpets, etc." W. WINUOM. Secretary.
PROPOSALS FOH THE CONSTIIUOTION
AND EltECTION OP A POLICE PA.
THOLTBLEailAPH AND TELEPHONE SYS
TEM. Ofllce of tha Commissioners, 1). C,
Jnno 97, IBM). Sealed proposals will bo re
ceived at this ofilco until is o'clook'm,on
MONDAY, July 19. 1889, for the construction
and erection of a Pollco Patrol Telegraph and
Telephono System In tho olty ot Georgetown,
District of Columbia. Blank forms of pro-
ijisinci oi v
nosals and sri
ais anu speculations can be obtained ut
Die ofllce of tho Superintendent of the Tele
graph and Telephono Service, corner of Sth
anif 1) streets norlhwwtt, Washington,, I), (!.,
upon application therefor, together with all
necessary Information, and bids upon those
forms only will bo 'consfdored. The right Is
resurved to reject any or all bids or parts of
bids.
J, W, DOUGLASS,
CHAS. W. HAYMOND,
Commissioners, 1). 0.
OFFICE OP TIIK COMMISSIONED OP
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA!
Wasiiinoton, JunoW, 1839.
Sealed proposals will be received at this
office Until U o'clock m. of TUESDAY, JULY
a, 1NM, forsnrlnkllng, sweeping and cleaning
tho paved ullcywajs In tho District of Colum
bia. Blank forms of proposals and specifications
can bo obtnlned nt this ofllce upon applica
tion therefor, together with all necessary In
formation, and bids uin theso forms will
alnno bo consldeied.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any aud all
bids or parts of bids.
J, W. DOUOLASS,
L.G. II1NK.
V W. HAYMOND.
nilOrOSALS l'Olt FUEL.-CLEItK'S OP
X FICE, House of ItoprosontatlTos, Wash
ington, Juno SM, 18f9. Sealed proposals will
be received at this ofttuo until 13 o'clock
SATUIIDA Y.JULY 30, 1889, for tho dollyory
of twclvo hundied (I.VOO) tons of tho best
whlto ash egg coal (sorccned), more or loss;
also scvcnty-llvo C3) oords of tho bast sprnco
pine and ono bundled and fifty (ISO) oords or
tho best oak wood, mnro or less, as may be
needed at tho Hoiibo of Doprescntatlvos dur
ing tho fiscal year ending June 80, 1890,
said wood and coal to bo dcllverod and
stored In the vaults at tha south wing of tlio
Capitol, nt such times and In such quantities
ns ilcslieil by the Clerk of, tlio Homo of Itcn
rcscntatlves. Tho cout must weigh 2,'iV)
pounds to tho ton, and tho oak wood must lx
cut In threo (3) pieces. Tlio wood must
mciiBuro las ouhlc foot to tho cord, nnd bo
coulee), measured and cut at tho Capitol,
Tho right to rowelgh tho coal at tho Capitol
,and the right to rejeot any nnd all bids Is re
served. Tho bids to he Indorsed "IToposals
(or coal and wood," ami addiessod to JOHN
ll.CLAIIK, Clerk of llouso of Representa
tives. U. S.
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION,
U. H. National Mukum,
Wasiiinutun, Juno 0, 1889.
Scaled proposals will ho received until 13
m., July 8, lb89, to fiirnlh tho Smithsonian
Institution and U.S. National Musoum dur
ing tho tlscul year ending June 30, 1890, or
until tho award of contracts fur tho ensuing
year, supplies of tho following classes:
Chemicals and chcmloul apparatux, drawers,
wing frames, etc.; maintenance of eloctrleal
service, food foraii.mals, fuel and Ice, glum,
paints, oils and brushes, hardware, lumber,
stationery, textiles, washing, mlacelianeoiis
supplies, salu of wasto paper and other
refuse material.
A winds will ho mado only to established
manufacturers of or dealers In tlio articles.
The right Is reicrved to waive defeots and
to reject any or all bids or parts of bids,
Blank forms with specifications for pro
iiosals and further information desired by
Intending bidders will bo furnished on appli
cation at tlio olllco of the Assistant Seuro
taiy. B. P. LANOLEY,
Seorutary,
Our Customers
Aro advised to have the annual Clean
ing and Repairing of Furnaces and
, stoves done at this time, as now we
can send our Most Skillful Meobanlas,
and the work carl bo done moro
cheaply and satisfactory than In tho
Pall.
Hay-ward & Hutchinson,
4-i4 JJNXJI OTJtBET-
5
cpZ.oU.
Saks & Company,
AVOT10X JiALVS.
A DCTION SALE- OF' UNREDEEMED
A plodgcs.-On MONDAY and TUHSDAY.
JULXlands, 1B8, at 7:30 o'clock n. m., I
Will sell at the establishment, 1210 Pennsyl
vania avpl n. w., alt pledges forfeltod by non
redemption up to this date, consisting of lino
gold nnd slhcr watches, diamonds, rings,
pins, studs, bracclots. chains, medals, gnns,
opera glasses, umbrellas, books, silver and
silver-plated waro, nvorcoats, pants, vests,
ladles' dresses, dross patterns, cloaks, dol
mans, shoes, blankets, mathematical Instru
ments, clocks, rugs, valises, furniture, plo
turcs, surgical Instruments, cto. Parties
holding tickets will please tako nntlcothat
all pledges from No. 00,000 to 137,000 aro In
cluded In this sale.
E. HEIDENHEIMBn,
Broker.
ROOT LOWENTHAL, Auctioneer.
DUNCANSON BItOS.,
Auctioneers.
SALT3 OFTUBLIO JIAY SCALES.-Offlco
of the Commissioner. District of Columbia,
Washington, July 1. 18F9. On WEDNESDAY,
JULY 10, 1889, at the locations named, tho
Commissioners will offer for salo to the high
est bidder, tho excluslvo right and privi
lege of using tho sovcral Dlurict Hay Scales
from Auguitl, 1809, lo July 31, 1890. both In
clusive, for tho purposo of wolglilng.hay,
straw, fodder, unts In tho straw and llvo
stock at tho following places and tlmo, to
wltt No. 1, situated opposite tho postoCnoe,
No. a. situated on Oth st. s. o., between 1st st
nnd Georgia avenue, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK
A, Ai., ?o.-0, siiuaicuon loin si. n. w.. near
ii3i."iananvcnne, nixwui.vttu (.'Mji.iv At.;
No. 4, situated at oumcr nth st. and Rhode
Island avenue, n w., nt ONE O'CLOCK P, M.s
No-. B. situated on lrospoot St., botweon High
and Market sts Gcargctown I). C, at Two
O'CLOCK P. M.: No. 0, situated at Intersec
tion nf Boundary nnd II Ma. no.,at HALF
PAbTTHIIEK O'CLOCK P. M. No. 7, sit
uated at Brlghtwood, D. Cat FIVE O'CLOCK
P. M. Parties purchasing will be required to
comply with tlio provisions of tho act ap
provodJunn So. 187a, entitled an Act for the
Sale of Hay, Terms cash.
J. W. DOUGLASS,
L.O.IUNE,
CHAS. W. RAYMOND,
Commissioners, 1). C.
TUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
TRUhTEES' RALE 7ii VALUABLE IM
PROVED AND UNIMPROVED REAL ES
TATE. Under nnd by vlrtno of a decrco of to Su
preme Court of tlio District of Columbia,
jrnssrd July 7. 1888. In causo No. SN9 equity,
wowlllscllatpubllo auction, In front of tho
premises, respectively, the .following de
scribed pieces or parcels of land sltuata and
lying In the City nf Washington nnd In the
lllslrlrt nf Columbia, to wit:
On.WEDNESDAY,THE 10TH DAY OF J ULY,
WO, AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M lot "II" In Mo-
purs rccoracd. eiMM'lvu yl ?ttUr,a"-a.r.o
No. CJO, fronting 19 feet on L siroct, between
North Capitol and First stroots northwest,
nnd having a dopth of 136 feet 71 inchos un
improved, Tho samo day at 6:30 o'olock p. m lot No.
SO In Davidson's subdivision ol squaro No.
367. sltnnta In Naylor's alloy, between Ninth
and Tenth and N and O streets northwest.
Improved by a two-story brick dwelling, said
lot being 20 feet front by m foot deep, and
said alloy having a width of 30 feet.
The samo day at 0 o'cloek p. m part of lot
No. 30, In squaro No. UK, on Union street, bo
twecn Fourand-n'half and Sixth and M and
N sts southwest, said part of lot being 12 foct
rent by 101,11 feet deep, Improved by a two
story frnmo dwelling.
On THURSDAY THE 11TH DAY OF JULY,
1680, AT 6 O'CLOCK P.M., lots Nos. 1 to IS
Inclusive, In blok SO. In "iBlierwood," being
the whole of said block, containing about
67,000 squaro feet of ground, unimproved;
and Immediately thereafter, lot No. 10, In
block No. 13, In "Isherwood," said lot con
tatnlng nbout 11.713 Hquaro feet of grouad,
and fronting west, on Fifteenth street oast,
a Bhort distance from tho Columbia Railroad
Company's stables.
TcrmH of salo, ono third of tho purchase,
money In cash, of which at least SW mast bo
deposited by tho purohasor on caoh pur
chaso, at tho tlmo of sale, tho balanco In two
equal payments, In ono and two years after
tho day of sale, with Intorest nt six per oent.
per annum, for which tho promissory notes of
tho purchaser secured by deed of trust on
tho premises sold will bo required, or all of
tho purohnso money In cash, at tho option of
the purchaser.
Tho terms of sale must bo complied with
within ten days from the day of salo.
A. C. BRADLEY. Trustee,
ENOCH TOTTEN, Trustee.
416 Sth st. n w.
JlOTJiZH AXIi ltEHTAURANTH.
rpHE NOHMANDIB,
Comer 16th and 1 streets northwest,
Opposite McPnorsun Square.
II. M. CAKE.
Proprietor.
TTOTEL CHAMBEHUN. i
McFherson Square.
FORLADIE8 AND GENTLEMEN.
THEMOST KXO.U181TE CUISINE IN WA8H
INOTON.
Arrangements can bo mado for
RECETTIONS, .DINNER AND THEATRE
PARTIES.
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottle
or case.
WILLARD nOTEL,
WASIIINOTON, D. 0.
0. 0. STAPLES, lato of Thousand 1st. House,
Proprietor.
rpUK KDUITT.
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS $3.00 and 11.00 Per Day.
mnE ARLINGTON,
JL A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
Vermont Avenue.
T.E.ROKSSLE,
Proprietor.
GIIJjEV HOUSE,
EUROPEAN. PLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMKS H. I1BE8LIN, Proprietor.
DT. JAMES IIOTKL,
EUROPEAN TLAM.
SIXTH STREET AMD PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
NVMMUH lWAltVINO.
BOARDlNG-rNTHE MOSTPICTURESQUE
liortlon of Virginia; Ice, milk and fruit;
every amusement. Addiess Mrs. H. V,
FIELD, Halfway, Fauquier County, Va.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR SO BOARDERS
at the Da Lander farm,! mile from
Boyd's station, Met B. B, and O. Healthy
station, juec 11. li. and o. Healthy
n : largo lawn; splendid spring
Private teams caicd for. Terms, S)
II. O. Dr. LANDER. Boyd's, Md.
lueuutui
water.
month,
A TLANTIO HOTEL, OCEAN CirY, MD.
OPENS JUNE 2S.
tZ.iO and (3 per day, $13. $17.60 and $20 per
week, according to location of rooms: ca
pacity coo guests; boating, gunning, fishing.
For circulars or oholoo rooms address Itlggs
House until June SO. 0. W. 8POFFOUD,
Proprietor. Also proprietor Riggs Houso,
Washington, D. C.
ORKNEY SPRINGS AND BATH. VA-THIS
magnificent property, recently purchased
by tho Orkney Springs Hotel and Improvo
mcut Company, will open June 18. Added to
many new attractions and Improvements is a
swimming pool largest In tho United States
enlarged ground, walks and drive, an ex
cellent livery, equipment unsurpassed; seven
different mlncrnl waters, superb ollmato, es
pecially beneficial for malaria, asthma, ca
tarrh and hay fovcr, exhaustion and depres
sion: capacity, 1,000; grand sconory. Pam
phlets at principal drug stores, depots, cto.
F. W. EVANS, Manager.
Tt700DLAWN,
VV RocnviLiE, Md.,
Will bo opened for tha reception of guests
Jnno 13, Nowly built aud newly furnished.
Modem lmprocmunts, oleotrla bells, gas,
water. MRS. M J, COLLEY.
Of tho Clarendon,
Proprietress.
milOUSAND ISLANDS.
HOTEL WESTMINSTER,
Westminster Talk, Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
"Unquestionably tho finest location In tho
1,000 islauds," Harper's Magailno, Septem
ber, 81,
Hates J3 to 1 per day, 810 to J17 per weok.
Special rates to families and parties. Send
for illustrated pamphlet.
II. F. INQLEHART. Prop
A TTOltNHXN.A T.T.A If.
a. R. DOWNEY, 3S3CI1W. Pensions.
pAMPBELL CARIUNaTON,
Attorneyrnt-Law,
j05 D street northwest,
Washington, D, 0.
Webster Law Building,
Residence. ISIS II street northwest.
j'jioriHioyn.
J, L. Wiiurrr, 8. II. UrH I.
CIRCLE MARKET.
Vermont Rve.fna I.st, n. yr,
Choice Groceries, Meats, and Provisions.
TheBeit Ooods at tha Lowest Plcca,
Marketing delivered tree.
AMVM!Mi:yT8.
TO EWNAT10NAL THEATRE.
Every" r.vnning fl:15. Saturday Matlnoo.
1 JIE THOMPSON OPERA COMPANY
"THE MASCOT."
MISS JEANNIE WINSTON AS PIPPO.
Musical Dlrectonw HEHMAN PERLET.
General Admission Wo.
Reserved Peats SRo. and PA).
SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY, 'JULY 4.
Noxt Week
IL TROVATOIIE .
ALBAUOH'8 GRAND OPERA-HOUSE!
Evenings nt 8:13. No Matinee.
LAMOIUT. OPEKA, CO.
Under tho direction or Mr. Nat. Roth.
THE TliltEE BLACK CLOAKS.
Addle iCora Reed, Allco Carlo, Mabolla
Baker, Polly ralrbaln.Wmv Prnottc; Goorgo
Brodcrlok, Charles F, Lang, Robert Brodor
Ick, Walter Allen.
Complete Chorus of 30 voices.
GENERA L ADMISSION SJo.
Reserved scats 60 and 760.
Noxtwcck-THB BE(i() Alt STUDENT.
GLOBE THEATRE.
Pennsylvania nvenuo and 11th st.
Grnnd Opening Summer Season.
Matinees Mem., Tuasi, Tim ni. and Hat.
BURLESUUK-AND VARIETIES
Every Night.
Admission. 10. IB. 80, 8.101
SUNDAY-JUNES, .
First performance of tho
FHOXTOQBAFH
BATTLE OFBULL HUN
ADMISSION.... 25 CENTS
JtAlJjltOAJUt,
Tlio Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West nnd Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment.
In .ErrrcT June 89, 1889.
Trains leavo Washington from station, corner
of Sixth nnd B strcots, as follows:
Fnn PiTTsnono and tho West, Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vostlbuled Cars at
11.60 am dally; Fast Lino, 0.60 a m dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with sleeping Cars
from Plttsborg to Cincinnati, and Harrlsburg
to St. Louis: dally, except Saturday, to Chi-'
en go. with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago.
Western Express, at 7.40 p m dally, With
Sloeplng Cars Washington to Chicago and St.
Louts connecting dally at Harrlsbnrg.wlth
through Sloepcrs for Louisville and 'Memphis,
l'aclflo Express, 10.00 p m dally, for Pittsburg
nnd tho West, with through Sloeper to Pitts
burg, nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILtWAD.
Fon Kase. Cannndnigua, Rochester and
Magar( Falls dally, except Sunday, 8,10
WTA.
Fon KniE, Cnnandalgiia aud Roohoster
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcont
Saturday, 10.00 pm, with sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
FonWirxiAMsronT, Look Haven and El
mlra, nt O.co a m dally, except Sunday.
Fon PniunELrniA, Now York and tho East,
7.S0, n.00, 11.00 and 11.40 am: 30, 4.10, lo.oo
and 11. SOp m. On Sunday, 0.00, 11.40 am,
S.60, 4.10, 10.00 and ll.SO p m. Limited Express
of Pullman Parlor Cars, (MO a m dally, except
Sunday, and 3,43 p in dally, with Dining Car.
FOR PHILADELPHIA ONLY.
Fast Exrntss, 8.10 a m week days and 8.10 p
m daily Express 2.10 pm dally. Aocom, 0.00
pm dally.
Fon Boston, without change, S.60 p m every
day.
Fon BnooKLVN.N. Y., all through trains
connect at Jersey City with boats of Brook
lyn annexatfordlng direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferrlagoTicross Now
York city.
Fon Ocean City and points on Delaware
Division, 1.17 pm week days.
Fon Atlantic Cur, 0.00,11.00 and 11,40 a
m week davs,-H.so p m dully.
Foil Baltiuoiie. 0,33, 7i"0, 8.10, 9.00,0.40,
0 60, 11,00 and 11.40 a m, 14.05, 1.17. S.10, 8.60.
3.49, 4.10, 4.80, 4.40. 0.00, 7.40, 8.10. 10.00 and
11.80 pm. On Sunday, 0.00, 0.oo,w. 11.40 a
m, 8.10, 8.60, 3.43, 4.10, 0 00, 7.10, 8.10, 10.00 and
11.80 pm.
Fon PorE's Ciibek Line, 7.80 a m and 4,40 n
m dally, except Sunday.
Fon Annai'ous, 7.80 and 0.00 a m, and 18.03,
4.80 and 0.00 p m daly, oxcopt Sunday. Sun
days, 0,03 a m, 4.10 p m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSnUIKI
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
WASHINGTON RAILWAY.
In Efjtct Mat 13, lt89.
Fon ALEXA.NnniA, 4.80, 0.33, 7.43, 8.40, 9 45,
10.67 a m, 18.04 noon, 8.03,4.83, 4.6.1, 0,01, 6.81,
8.08, 10.06 and 1187 pm. On Sunday, at 4 30,
7,43, 0.45,10.67am, 8.33, 0.01, 8i.' and i0.05pm.
Accommodation ron Quantico, 7.45 a m
nnd 4 A3 pm, weok days; ..41 am, Sundays.
Fon Richmond and the South, 4.30, 10.37 a
m, dally, and 0.81 p m, dally, except Sun
day. Truixs leave ALSXANnalA ron Washington
11.03. 7.03, 8.00,0.10, 10.15, 11.07am, 1. SO, 3.00,
8.1K, MO, 7.03, 8.00, 9.80, 10.33 and 11.03 pm.
on Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07am, 8.00,3.10, 7.03,
8.CO.0.SO and 10.83 pm.
Tickets end Information at tha office, north
east corner of 13th street and Pennsylvania
avenue, and at the station, where ordors can
bo left for the checking of baggage to desti
nation from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUGH, J. II. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agen t.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
SelifidnlA In l?npt..Tiinn 23. 1&W).
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jersey avenue and O street.
Fon CmcAno and Northwest, Vostlbulod
Limited express dally 11,80 a m, oxpress 0.00
pm.
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louts and Indianapo
lis, express dally, 3.00 and 11:13 p.m.
FonPiTTsauno and Cleveland, Vostlbuled
Limited exprosa dally 1120 a m and oxpress
.40pm.
Fon Wiiieuno. Parkersburg and Prlnolpal
stations on Main Line, Express dally, oxcopt
Monday-, at 3 65 am.
Fon Lexinqton and Local Stations, tlO.BO
a m.
Fon Baltimore, week days, 4.00,6.00,0.40,
7.80, 8:30, 0.80 (43 minutes), 9.43, 11.00, 18.00. Iti
7.80, 8.30, 0.30 (43 minutes), 0.45 a ra, 13.&0, (45
minutes!, 1.15 8.03, 8.80 (43 minutes), 3.83, Jjb,
4.83, 0.30. 7.00, 7.30,0.00. 10,80 and 11.80 p. m!
Fon Wr Stations bctwoon Washington
and Baltimore, 5.00, 0.40, 8.80 a m. 18.10, 3.83,
i'S'S'J'PP. m' Sundays, 8.30a m 1.13,
8.83,4.83, 8.90, 11.30 n m.
Tiiains leave Baltimore for Washington,
week days, 6. io, O.so, o.aor 7.15, 7,ao, 8.00(13
minutes), 8.30, 0.13, 10.80 (43 minutes) a m;
12,15, 1.43 (45 minutes). 3.00, 3.00. 4.03 (U min
utes), 4.15, 5.00, 0 00, 0.30, 7.40, 7.43, 8.00, 10.03,
10.16 and 11.00 ii m. Sundays, 0.30, 7.15,8.80.
0.15, 10.80 (15 minutes) a m; 18.60, 1.45 (43 mln
Utos), 8.00, 4.15, 5.00, 0.30, 7.40, 7.43, 8.00, 10.03,
10.10 and 11.00 p.m.
Fon Bay Riikie Trains leave B, &0. do
pot, Washington, week days 9.03 a m, 1.83 and
4.35 p m. Sundays, 0.50 a m, 1.43nnd 3.15 p m.
Leave Bay Rldgo, weekdays, 0,10 and 8.30
pm. Sundays, 3.40, 8.00 and 0.00pm.
Fon Annai-ous, 0.40 and 8.30 a in; 13.10, 4.S3
and 0.30 p m. On Hundnys, 8.30 a m. 4.33 p m.
Leavo Annapolis, 0.40, 8.37 a m; 13.03, 3.60 aud
0.15 pin. Sundays', 8.37 a m, 4.0(1 p m.
Pon Stations on (ho Metropolitan Branch,
t0.43, jio.80 a'm. 1.13 p m, for prlnolpal sta'
tlons only; 110.30 a m, U.m and ts.ao p in.
Fon Rockyille and Way Stations, 1 1.33
pm.
Ton GAlTUEiiisrt nn and Intcrmodlato points,
0.00 am, 118.30, 3.33, tll.SOpm.
Ton Horn's and Intermediate stations, t'.OO
pm, SlOOOpm.
Ciluncii main loaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.15 p in. stopping nt nil stations ou
Metropolitan Branoh.
Fon FniBEniCK, 10.43, 110.30 a m, t3.00, tl.M
pm. Sundays, 1.15 pm.
Fon Haoeiistown, TI0 so a m, and t3.30 p m.
Tiiains arrlvo from Chicago dally 11.1.1 a m
and 4.05 pm: from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dallystJu in and 1.63pm; from Pittsburg
7.10 a in, 0.50 p in dally.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION.
Ton New YonK, Tienton, Newark ahd
Elizabeth, N.J., TOO, 18.00, 9.30, l.'.uOnm.
'8 30, 4:jo and 10.80 p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on nil day trains. Sleeping oar on tho
10.80 p in, open ato. pm. Tho 3.80 pm train
docs not stop at Elizabeth,
Fon Philadelphia, Nowaik, Wilmington,
and Chester, 41C, t8.00, O.SO, 'lS.OO urn,
8 30, iM, '7.00 and lO.ad p m.
Foil jNTEiiMEiiiAin roiNTs between Balti
more nnd Philadelphia, 13.30 a ra, S.SO and
14 30 pm.
Tiiains leave Now York for Washington,
8.30, tii.oo n m, 'LSC, io, 'j.is, s.oo p m
and ls.eo night.
Tiiains lXAvr. Philadelphia for Washington,
4.10, 8. IS, '11.10a in, tl.33, 'LIS, 3 03, 'S.il
and7.30pm.
FouAiLAXTioCiTV, 4.00 nml fl.'l0 a m, 13.00
noon and 3.3U p in, Sundays, 4.00 a m nnd
13.00 noon,
Fon Lonu IlnANcn and Ocuan (li ovo.t 18 no m,
lExcopt Sunday. Dally, tainday only,
Ilaggugo called for nndcheoked from ho-
tela and residences by Union Transfer Com-
puny ou oi dura left at ticket oftlcus, 010 and
l.'JSll'n inc., and at Depot,
J. T. ODEI.L, CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake- & Ohio Routo.
Schedule In effect May 13, 1889.
Trams leave Union Depot, Sixth nnd B
streets, 10 57 a m for Newport News, Old
Point Comfort and Norfolk, dally. Arrlvo In
Old Point at 5.60 p in, and Norfolk at 0,80
pm.
1151 a m-Clnolnnatl Express, daily, for
stations In Virginia, Wost Vlrglnln, Konfuoky
nnd Cincinnati. Vestibule bleopors through
without chaugo to Cincinnati, arriving at 8.10
a m.
0.40 nm-F. F.V. Vestibule Spoclal, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run through
without ohnngo to Cincinnati, Vcstlbulo
Blferur for Lexington and Loulsylllo.
Office. 613 PennTlvsnla avenue.
II. W. KUI.LBIt. Gen. I'm. Agent.
cvMiHsAi u.yvii.i uvuiiKbn,
CS. BUNDY. COM'JI OF DEEDS AND NO
. tary Public IDS La. ave., opp. City Hall.
jsxavjiHioxp
I
-TO-
Atlantic City,
Cape May
VI
-AND-
Sea Isle City.
Commencing on Friday, Julys, nnd contln
nlng until Friday, August 80, Inclusive
Tho PENNSYLVANIA R. R. CO.
Will sell excursion tickets to the above men-
tioneu points every Friday also lor rouna
trip.
Tickets will be good only on trains leaving;
Baltimore nnd Fotomno station nt 11 a. m.
and to return by any regular train except
limited express trains until and Including thu
following xucsaay.
CHAS. E. PUOII, J.R. WOOD.,
General Manager. General Pass. Agent.
QELECT MOONLIGHT EXCURSION
nv THE
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY COIUJ9',
MARSHALL HALL.
TUESDAY( JULY 2, 1880.
Steamer CORCORAN will leave nt A-2Q p. -ra.J
returning in uiiiu lor cars,
Muslo by National Guard Band.
OCEAN CITY, MD.,
XCITt
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Through j Shore in G Hour
PENINSULA EXPRESS
Hill, , ... . m ..nn . . . .
w in uii uiiu uuer ouno -?, iwv, leave iiALru-Yi
MORE A POTDMAf! TIAlMinATI Sfmtnn nti
1:17 P. M. week-days for OCEAN C1TY arrlv-j
Ing there at 7:33 P.M.
RETURNING, IcaTO OCEAN CITY COO A
M, and arrive Washington 12:23 p. m.
CHAS. E. TUGIL J. n. WOOD,
General Manager. Gen'I Pass'r Agent J
C LUTON BBACn,
FAMOUS EXCURSION RESORT.1
Flvo hours at tha beach. Home 8:13 p. inv f
T. V. Arrowsmlth dally at 0:43 a. m. (Saturt
days excepted) from 1th street ferry wharf i
commencing June 30. j
GOOD DlNNEltS SERVED AT CAFE, 1 Tff
ft P. M. I
To Insure prompt service secure tickets o'
stoward on steamer.
fiPT.F.Knm TtATlt irniTspq ANnnknmni
Flno shady grove, with chairs and tablos foi
plcnlo parties. All the popular
amusements. '
FARE, CO CTS. CHILDREN, 23 CT8
Liberal rates to organizations.
W w rTT ATMionu
...... v...,niii.ii
President O. B. II. & 8, B, Co
C. W. RIDLEY.
Ocni Manager Transportation;
colonial beach riAtr.v Evminsinvvi
: .':,j- -' . . --7r ----.-. .
phenson's wharf, foot of 7th st, atOo'clocTJ
ii. in jiuiuroa uuo o uiouit p. ra. uancinfl
down and back and on tho grounds. Find
salt water batblnff flAhlnir nnd pvnhhlnrJI
Fato round trln 60a. Grand famllv nvmiV
slon every Saturday. Faro, round trip, 331
An excellent shore dinner nt tho hotel, 00c
SHARPLESS & CO!, J
Proprietors.
BAY RIDG-1
PN THE CHESAPEAKE. ' '
Tho most comnlotn In all It nnnntntmnt'
of any rcaort on tho Chesapeake bayxir rote
Innn wli-iiii - t
MUSIC BY THE
NAVAL ACADEMY BAND.
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND RESTAURA
Trains leavo H. A O. llnnot. WinMnrtm
week days. 0:03 a. m. and 1.S3 and 4:85 n. n(
Sundays, 0:50 a. m., 1:45 and 3:13 p. m. (I
in. bund ays, 3; it), 8.00 and MX) p.m. I
ROUND TRIP
ONE'DOLUI
luou.vuu.jii. wuusuu)' unu uau oim. om I
day trains connect at UayHiJgowlthatoflnHl
fr.njMt- . .i. j uAn.Bi. .. D
ttooviifccm uuiu UOUUIHI.UU I1U1U1UK 1U1
Icldue excursion ttokots can tako Bteamrl
f'rttltTTitilo fmrvt flaw Ttjlvn -. tlnWlMniuii .J
vviuuiuiu liuui uuj AklutfH iv AMtlkliUVrUI 11)1
return on payment of 10 cents. Bteamd
leaves Day Itldge week days. 11 .-00 a. m.; HuJ
days, l:S0a. m.;on return trlnarrlves at Uol
Tllflien A V u'nnlr Mnrm AttK Dnn,lA.D - I
cketson ealo at D.& O. offlces, 619 an
iwi i viutijivaiiia uveuuu tuiu a uupu(
OnSnnday at dopotonly
T'
O NORFOLK AND FORTRESS MONROd
DAILY MNE OF STEAMERS.
ON AND AFTRTtVONnAV. VATinil 1 1fi
Steamer GEORGE LEARY will leavo Seven!
ireoi wnarr on juonciays, wcunesdaya an
.IIUUJDft.ULII 1,1, i
Steamer lADY OF THE T.AKE nn TW
days, Thursdays and Sundays at 3 p. m. fro
DJAIll nucii wjinvi.
LEARY will stnn at Finer Point down i
up, weather permitting, until further notlcfl
Ko boat for Cornfield Harbor. 1
rare, sixu cacti way, no round trips.
Botb Rfnmnm lflitif nt ltnfltnn nhnrf Vn
folk, and make close connection with Bosttl
nnd Providence and Now York steamers fl
Old Dominion Line: connect nlsa with n
other rail and steamer lines. Secure rooij
ana iickois ou boats. Knox ana Lloyu
express will cheek bmrzaire from hotels nri
prfvato residences, Leary'a telephone, Nfl
745-S? Ijlkn'n fnlimlinnn. No. Ol. N
GEO, 11. PHILLIPS. Supt.I.AB.C.
WM. P. WELCH. Snpt. P. S. CO.
"Jul.OUNT VERNON1
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
(Capt. L. L. Blako) leaves 7thst. whaff dalj
MOUNT VEItNON
Lcavlngat loo clock a. m.;returulng,reaehj
..nr...MH.ui. n..t.v .. .... . ill. A'UIU IUULH
trip, Si, including admission to grounds an
mansion. 1
MARSHALL HALL
Steamer W. W. Corcornn lnvni ?thJ
wharf dally for Marshall Hall, leaving all
11 u. lii.,iunei!IUK VUSUIIIKtuu UUUlltiJISU p, I
SUNDAYS two trlrm. Ipnvlnirnt. iniUln I
nnds.30p. m i caching Washington at 4 ag
iwii, hi. i-aro rounu'irip, aoq.
A LEXANDRIA FERHY AND RIVER El
X UU1ISION. U
Two Saloon Steamers. Every hour fronfl
"l'J MILES ON THE POTOMAL FORlBofl
Fieo Excursion forBablus. Soo KclicdirJ
milE NEW STEAMElt CKCII.E, TH
.1. will neenmmodato eoo nenntn. mat
hourly trips lo Holtzman's and Upper Itlvf
itiuuiiiKn iroiii w it. in. iu iu p in. jtounu i:
16o. All kinds of plonsure boats forhlro
tho samo wharf.
.HIS.PASSHNO. 3181 Water st
AtojVijF to xoa.v.
AiiTtrhmnmuuiKltr tntt head, Jtinr UneAi
hu, 23 ctntt for Ihi u iiuutloiu; 60 ctntl for M
in an sums, constantly on Hand, at s ant
percent., ou upnrovcd leal ostato uoeurltyj
M. M. PARKEIt, 1
uit)Fsrf
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE A I
1 tboilzcd by tho United Security Llfa)
sninnco and Trust Company ot Phlladolpt
touiUunto money on Improved property!
tl'nalilnrrtn,, nn t.i r- no niml ntnnl.i.l mhM
.. ..v...,w.a hi. ,u ,y ,.-.. but... u. MV,...t. ..'
nei value, win QjaLWimout uio insurani
Loans pnyauio intHBntiuy or quarterly
fitnilments. ruunfinv. 10. 15 or SO veur.
many lnttnticos tho-payments are less til
ino rental oi nuousu, Ar, li, omiiiia Dl:
it v bi. w.
TVTONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE,
iTJL llrst-classBeoutltlos at lowest rati
Interest, No delay where soourlty Is good
O. O. G1IEEN.
803 7th st. n. w.
M'
ONEY TO LOAN
In Hnm In unit
On Approved Real Estate Security. I
B. II. WARNUn A CO.. I
vy nionuays excopteu. on ino saie anu comB
Pit) V st. n. vl

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