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THE WASHINGTON GBTTIO, MONDAY BVKNING, JTJNB 15, 1885. . .-v iV ! hi y i "I- WASHINGTON CBITIC. TulUhiIatti,Suntl(Ul XUctpM, by TheEveningCriticPublishingCompany, WAI.T.TT KIT.HODJIN, I-resIdent, W.fjCOTT TOWl'IlS, Treinuror, ' Jl. II, SYIVlATKll, Editor. Offce, No. 0-11 I Street, I'ost Untitling, Washington, PiO, The Critio Telephone Call is 1 1 1-2. terms: Maple Copy..... Cents 0)y Carrier ........... ..a Cents Uy MalJ, postage pah), one year ..,.' J.n 0 XrUall, postage paid, six months. U.50 -Vi lubicrlptioni invariably In intranet. Address, THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, WASniNOTOS, V. 0. Monday, June 15, 1SS5. Ftrtoni leafing the city for Iht mnnnur fan A(irTiu:Ciimo tiwlltil to their aMiest at ffl (ihtt ir month, iHtate paid. iioaii: niii.i:. (liven n 1I07C11 men fill ns-ilrlii'; to one oilier, liow ninny oftho twelve aredestlned to disappointment? So simple it 111111 In nibtrnction rnn bo done without the aid or si blackboard. Woven nro as certain not to fjci the olllcc as one Is to got It. But thcie nro exceptions to nil rules. A 1u7cn men inny nsplrn to nn oilloo in the District of Columbia nnd the whole do.en be left. JIow loovormle this exception, fairly, ninlcnhly and intelligently, so tlmt one out of the dozen maybe honored by the I'ltsldenlinl choice, without liicurrlnutlic factions niiliigtniisiu oftho cloven or pro Viking a local feud that might be fatal to nil, is the more important and atthosanio time more complicated problem, which the citizens of Wnshingtoir who Justly feci Hint tUeynVCcntillcd to some recog nition rtt'thc hands oftho Administration, -"isliould liavc the good sense and the sense oljitsliro to solve In their own favor. Why don't the oanilldtitcs put their licnris together and agree upon sonic feasi ble plan of action Hint will notonlyrclieve the President of nil uncertainty anil em lmrrnment in the premises, but vindicate their good fnith and the principle of homo ruin on which they jointly stand' It is taken for granted, of course, that a man desires political preferment for the lionor and emoluments which go with it which is an entirely latidableambltion lint the man who covets such distinction solely for pergonal prollt, without regard to the intercuts or preferences of the pub lie, and in such a sordid spliit that lie would sooner let the appointment go out of tho District than lose it him-elf, can hardly elnlni to be .1 loyal citizen. Assum ing, however, that tho hundred or more persons interested in the local distribution of Federal pnliounge.no nil worthy nnd rompctent, animated by honest motives nntl Jloniel'ulcrs, in prncticonsivoll lis pro fession, they should bo toady to make any individual sacrilico and consent to any I onciliatory terms, tli.it will keep tho patronage where it appropriately belongs. If they cannot do this, they will lmvo no cause to complain if tho President Juntos elsewhere. VltACTICAI. UKI'OIUI. IJeforin, to be reform, should, of eoui'ie, be practical. The Civil-Service Commis sioners have been subjected to considera ble criticism, at ditreicnt times and in va rious quarters, 011 tho ground that their onniinntioiiH have too strong a ll.ivor of the -chool-ioom, It lias been laid that Ihcy nto conducted with the apparent view of linding out what an applicant knows of matters that under no circuin stnnccs could bo of any use to him, If ho should receive a Government place, rather than lor the purpose of ascertaining his pimticnl adaptation to Hie position d 1 Hired. Tlieie is possibly some grounds for such erjticisiu, but not a great deal, and not marly as much as there formerly was. Jt will hardly be disputed that in order to learn the area and quality of a candidate's general intelligence, something more must l(e nked of him than questions relating (exclusively to tho work that will bo, ex "pet led oftho appointee, but such interrog atories need not bo obt'.iio nor technical, excepting in the cases of posilions requir ing special examinations, nor do they llnd II place in thu work of the picent Com minion to any very objectionable degree. The questions which tho Commissioners piint with their annual report show Hint the chief object aimed at is not to confuse (lie applicant but to discover tho bent of his mind and the assiduity with which io has devoted himself to such useful branches of knowledge as it Is proper he should bencqnainted with. This is as It should be. There is noth ing piiietienl in mere pedantry. I m JXM'IT.NMVl' PARTISANS. Veun understand very leadlly how a postmaster ivhnc salaiy never amounted to more than llftecn or twenty dollars a yenrcoiild make himself exceedingly ills mjietnblo to his neighbors and friends ti'ndtlie community in general, but how he could ljsolotho dignity ofau "ol)ou sivo paiti-an" unless ho had some other rnpitnltoopcintcou, Is not so clear. Yet It iti related or tho postmaster at ltiirctt, Carroll County, Mil,, who re- 4 1 cully resigned becnu-o of his own 110- kuowh ilgnmnt Hint lie was an ollonsivo ' Jnrtl'!in, that the liironie of his olllcc was i)i)y il".;ajln ISn'I and probably did not xi red that sum by moro than live dollars I11 1H-I, 'J his man may have Imagined himself an ollonsivo p.utisiti and possibly was so known nt the cross-roads grocery, j hut w tnicstion the propriety of his being mi ciiteicd up on tlm books. 'I'be line should be tliii'vn oiiiowhcro ib- t(- olliinsivenes of partisanship will .l;.io'iio sonttonuiited and inconsequential jw to nH'iiid no just ground for removal. hjippofC tho Postmaster-! ieiier.il ll.xe.s tho limit at ..rW, Kepublican p.titisnns bulow Hint grade to ho mcdltc.il to the liioH'on sive class. " iiATTovs m:v i i:N"i'uii:. Tho UhiingO Ji(i',.a )ieuny evening j'iljer, which of late: has been leading a "jutenrjous luhtcucc, having ersayed lr 'liti'ome an organ, ami as usual in such 4-UDCH liiaklngiui Ignominious falluie of Hie atleiii)it, lias been bought by Mr, l-Vaiik Jlatton, the Into Postmaster-lieu- ernl, and Clinton K, Hnowden, a geiitlo- man well-known in Washington nows- )nper circles, and henceforth iIll be run miller Independent Itejiplfljriui coIoik. The Jleld lor attexnoon jonnialisih of Chicago Is already pretty well occupied, Init jp f 0 Iajg.e and progressive a cily thero cannot bo such a thing as a journalistic roorjopQly pf any Jlejd; and 111011 with thp ejpejjience that Hatton nntl Huo)vdo(t 'avftflllTio daubt glvo tho fltun a liyejy taKJpuul jnituojiblahucanjCutJitir en- rm. fY tho Mnnrlis(cr.j Union f. "Tl'10 solidity of the IteinibllcaTv) party in Now ilainpshireahd Illinois is respectfully re ferred to the Democratic AdinlnUtrntioii nt "Washington. It means business In 1JS8, and if ilsuceccds, It will not require Hint clulrgcs bo preferred In order to get a cross-roads Democratic postmaster out of olllcc." Our esteemed contemporary of the Granite Hills has ft-wnyof striking i'roni the shoulder that Is highly Miggcstlvo ofoJl'enslvc partisanship. (ii.jJr.ii.w. I.ooa.n had time to le.irn some thing about tlie prospective wheat crop during his late protracted association with the rural members of the Illinois Legisla ture, ami snys: "Michigan is Hie only .Sate that will have a full wheat crop Hits year. Illinois will have 12,000,000 bushels, where she ought to have over 150,000,000. The wheat crop of the country will he ihort at least 10,000,000 bushels." "Wr. .nr. not surprised at the renewed discussion which has arisen In tho news pcrs concerning "The Nude In Art." It Is a subject which Is certain to iccur about this lime of year, and its agitation natur ally lncicacs as the mercury goes up. The theino is clothed with much interest, but this is about nil the clothllig it was um'' known to wear, especially In July and August Tin; Xiitiowtl Jlfimbliinn appears this morning In a handsome new dress and with its seven columns widened out to eight. Our esteemed contemporary is to bo congratulated 'upon those evidences of ineieasiiig piosperity. It looks ns-rlfeer-fill, clean and bright as though It had just secured a freshlot' of prolltable ad vertising contrails and taken a bath in tie icficsli'ing waters oftho Potomac. SnxATon "Tim" Camit.iu.j,, ex-Alderman Shells and Justice MeCnithy nro nil candi dates for Congress in the eighth New York district, to succeed Mr. Cox. The man who can till his place has not yet been named. 1 1 The l'epubliean State Convention in Virginia, is to be held July J'i, and the Democratic Coincnlion July 20. There is no better time of year (or warming up to work. Tin: Virginia llepubllcans propose to adopt the lllair Kducational bill as their platform in the next campaign. There's millions in it. MR. CLEVELAND'S WAY. lion Ho Conl rUcs to Out TIiiiiiikIi Willi ho 3ltlcli lliisln.'ss. Much of tho President's success in get ting tliiongh With soijiuch work lies in his systematic methods of work. Tho "Washington correspondent of tile Indian apolis iSVit says that his every day life, both public and private, is a marvel of system and method. Ho has so arranged his time nnd his ell'orts that there is no clashing. He has his hours for working, and when they aio over ho stops work. In this way lie is enabled to keep hi? ap pointments promptly nnd to keep himself jn good working condition. He rise? nt leasonably early hour and is always ready for bicaklast, which is llxed for 0 o'clock. He has never missed his morning's meal nor been even late to it since ho has been in the "White House, and lie expects tho snino punctuality lrom those, who sit at the tnnle with linn. Almost immediately afteiwaid he is leady tobegin the business of the day, and, after attending to import ant letters or other matters which are brought to his attention, ho begins to 10 ccivc callers. Ilefoie 1 o'clock he has his 100ms pretty well cleared, havingdispo-od ofUsitors. This is about tho hour when his picdcccssor began to receive callers. President Cleveland then goes down stairs and give? audience to the general visitor? who may be waiting in the Kast lloom. At half-past 1 o'clock lunch is served, and no one nlterwurd is admitted to his prcsenco except by appointment. Thus he has time at his disposal to seo delegations or to shut hinisell in his ollice for the consideration of impoitant mat ters lequiiing hi? attention nnd to tako his customary afternoon drive. Dinner is served promptly at 7 o'clock. The evenings aio devoted to tho relaxa tion of conversation or to thp considera tion of business, hst as it baWdis. The above is the regular daily routine at tho "White House, and froiu'it there is no de viation. A,s a, consequence, everybody connected Wjh ll6 Jfou.si) knows just what to do and Jtisr.wlien to 1J0 it. The Presi dent himself ha? bocn'enabled to stand the strain "upon him for tho past faw months iciuavkably well. , He is looking in fine condition, itud seems perfectly well. Since he has been 1111 oceiipantof tho While House ho has not been sick once. - ( It is eouniarnuvclv casv to secure an au dience with President Cleveland, He is willihg to give everybody a chance. All wnoapproacii nun are pieaseu wiiu tne eordiality and ease of manner with which theyarc received. He is always willing to listen to what is s'aid to Iiim.'- pavtlcu larly with reference to the itll'uii.s' of the house, and thisjs jilcasntit to tjipeniployns. A great deal of credit for this systemati.. ing of nllitirs at tho White House is duo to Colonel Lamnnt, his private secretary, who worked Himself .(Wk in,,ii couple of months. Hi? ways itrft-tlm' President's ways, and the two understand e,n:h other pcifcctly. " ' I Tim New HiiIhI I'ioJi'iI. A Mr. Moor-o of Now. Yorkvii:prnsentliig an rtfcsocintioii orenpitilist?;,rnHbenn heio I'or'a number of day? looking"tiVer vailou? lots in the nnithwest pait of the town hunting' for a favorable location for a llrst-clnss hotel. It is said bv the cone bponflcnt of Hie New York Wmltl that this association is ready to invOst nt least two millions of dollars In thls'enterprise. If it is constructed Hi accordance with modern ideas and managed nccoiding to the Now York hotel standard it will ccitalnly piy 11 very handsome percentage upon tlio in vestment, Thcroarc llfty or sixty rich families that coma hero every winter and take furnished house? simply beeauso there are no adequate hotel accommoda tions for people used to luxurious modes of life and lavish entertaining. Iti? said Hint tills new hotel association intends to put up a building which shall cover an entile block, leaving nn Interior comt large enough Tor special entertainment, Mien n? inauguration onus mm tiioiiKe. Poetry AV11HI1 Itt-iiillni;. A couiitiymaii took home with him 11s a moiiieiltoof his visit tn tho city a gllt edged card, upon which wa? written a few lines of poetry. "AVhnt dltl you buy that for" asked his wife; you don't caru fofpoctiy," "J don't ko much on ordinary poetry," lie icpljcil, "but this was wiitby a dime mu seum feller, With his toes, 1 see hliu do It, -X. Y. Sun. A .Minim? Camp Menu. (Dinner tor twelve hundred pciwoiH nine bundled and odd times a year.) I lea n Soup. ili'iuiNiiliul. Ivan I'll It eis with licitu (,'runiii?, K1I11I llcans wtili isc.tfi h-. j. fitewed liuns. Koast IW&m with llcun Jelly. Itukud llvans htihu; Ilcuus. . , (UcnitK With HBlrliiK III lljr(, 1 Jlran I'udillnt;. Itc.'ui Kauui lens wltliNulcteKs Knilt Jlowl of Jlfaiis. Mmburct-r HniiH, Ilenn Cnfo To Make Iljan Hoiiji Tnko ehiveit or twelve largo succulent hctpis. nntl 'boll Hintn carMiiliyiii moirf or lesslwatorv a Mri)Jng tp tho iVunjber nl'lucsili, foi'.tlireo or four days) will worhtwitcr; st-afO?" 'vtlP grated Ivans -to Milt Hie taMo, H'orya very hot, PEOPLE IN GENERAL. VlfJ -PltEKlDINT Hl.NDlilrKslcft Tllllitlll- npolls yctenlay for Philadelphia, New York and ltoston. Itxrrr.b Stmt.s Tnr.Asfnr.tt .Tonnox 1? to ho banqueted by hie Now York friends at Delmoiiico's, June 20. Kx-Attohshy Or.sr.it r. UnKWSTnu and Mis? Ilrews(er will sail for Ivuropa.lunc 20, in the steamship Oallla. OrNiniAi. J. A. JIai.Dkman, American Minister to Slam, arrived In Now York on Satindtiy by the etcampr Km?, John 1!, Mcl.r.A, of the Cincinnati Vvnitirer, with hi? Itimlly, Is at one of the west nun collages, J.ong jiraiicn. J'Jx-CoNonr.ss.MAN Hoirox of Maryland is lying seriously HI at hi? icsldoiice in llaftlmore County. Congressman Cole of the niiir Stale is also quite sick at At lantic City. Mil. ami Mr.s. Pn.NKMN Stkki.i:, 11:., founerly of this city, were among the pas sengers Saturday on the Sorvla, lrom Now York for Liverpool, to boobscntln Kuropo about two years. Tun Houston Post suspects that down in Tcxns next year, Senator Maxey, Gov ernor Ireland, Congressmen Itengnn and Mills and Judge A. AV. Terrell will all be in the Senatorial race. (iK.NmiAi. T. 1 CntTTiiNiirv, formerly of Kentucky, who ha? practiced law here fora number of year? past, left Saturday evening for ho? Angeles, C.H., where he will reside in the lulure. A IJuffw.o artist has just completed .111 oil portrait of HiqJ!rc?ldpnt forthe Huflhlo ('lull, in the room? oT which it will hang as n companion picture to that of the late Pjcsident I'illinoie, who a? also a clti.ou of llull'iiio. (iK.MiiM. (InvxTwIll leach Saratoga to morrow alternoon. Ho will probably pa? the night at .Mr. J. A Drexel's cottage in Saratoga, and pioeccd on AVtslnosday luoriijiig to hi? coltiigc on Mt. Macdrogor. The Inttcr 1? now ready to receive him. South Cauoi.ixa ha? n musical prodigy iiithepcison Mis? "Bdltli Plate, only 18 years of age and the ilaughtcrof Profes-'or I.ouis Plato of Columbia. SI10 render? the toughest woik? of Chopin and Mendel sohn "with a viituosity that i? truly as tonishing." Tun ri'sr.HAi. of James II. ltuttor, Into president of the New 'York Central Itiil road, will tako place in New York to-mor-low. Among the natl-bcurers will bo I'oiuelius A'tindcibilt, ('linuneey M. Depew and other of the deceased gentle man'.? personal friends. Amo.no nit: vsi"inNTs to succeed Gen eral Kountz of Toledo 11? eoniiiiniuler-tii-chief of tlie Ornutl Army of the Hepublie aio (icneial H. A. llarnum of Now York. Cencial Uurdetteof AVahingtou, Colonel J. AV. Ilarst of Illinois and General John S. lleynohls of 1'ochcster. A lir.cr.iTioN was given by Mrs. A. Mo Kay Moshcr of Cambridge, Mass., last week, nt which Mrs. Hornco Mann antl her venerable sister, Miss Elizabeth P. Pea body; Colonel T. AV. Hiegiuson, Mrs. Isabella Peecher Hooker, Jtcv. V. AV. Hedge and .Mrs. Olo Hull were among the guests. Mi:. .1. A. Tiiui:siir.M.'s lecent article in the HepubHciiH on Ignatius Donnelly's claim of proof of Lord Dacon's authoiship of Shakspeaie's plays and of n studied cipher eontalncd therein, has been le imblisbcil in pamphlet form in England and an emblnroucd copy has been ))laeed in old Sliakspeaie house at Stralford-on- A von, ....m. A ItlnliiM Heart. KniTiiii f nine: Jly lietirl Is broken. I used tu think flint 1 could minder KukINIi In a wuy lliaf was rather tinliiie, but I inn golnu to stop wiltlnirfor HioiKipurs. When tlio IleMbl'iatn nf SHtiiiiliiymoinliiulii spvaklnifof tlioni'ct tleut tnMr. Jlnyns snys "lie Is iinltoeomfoit able, hut MifTrilnggiciit pain," It "Knoeks mo out." Jills. 1'AIITI,MIIIS. Washington, .lime in. Kt'litiichy Alwnjs on Time Host (something of n lnusician, who is eiiteitiiliiliu; 11 Kentucky filend at dliiuur). WouM joii like 11 sonata before dinner, Colonel? Tlio Colonel Well, 1 don't inlinl. I hail two on my wnv heie, but I kuoss I cm stmnl nnollicr.- IXuw A'oik Times, m ' AVIii'it) Adam l.lxi-it. "Wheie did Adam live?" asked n Now A"oik MiiHliiy-seliool tt'iti'lier of lier joiini; heliolms. Noicsiioii-o. "Why, clillilmii. j'ou must know It; It was in omo gnutcii. Now. wjint pinion was It?" "Oil, I know inntnl" siilil a little fellow with a foreign accent, hold up Ms liunil. "Wi'll, my boy, wlmt iratilen w.is Itr" "OistletJiirilcn, inuin.' yoiiKers Ktntos nian. BAE&AISS. Blue Serge Suits (IMPORTED GOODS) $12.50. Brown Serge Suits, Sack and Cutaway Coats, $14 and S15 E.B.BAMUI&GO. 931 Penna. Avenue A (irimial (Jiiuil MUTlllri'H his Irupbles iif t)ic Into war, tn will 1 sticrlllcfi my limits lor this week, Childrbn's Examination, Findings A. BPEOIALTT. 'Iliuilicuijust unit best Knits for boju In the city, either sjiort or long pautu, Ncektlcsof tlw latest iIcsIkhs. Collftrti, ftiBii. henif I'lusi Mup lluttoiM nntl, In fad, uveijthliiBhl thow.iyot lltljnxii (.i ntli'inan i'iimpli.le. llniv't foij;et the plicu. man or nuipln'r .T. "W. SISLBY'S, 1UM ANIHOIO PBN.NA AVL'. SELLING OUT. SELLING OUT. Stfajpleps' Qjlpcly Store. ' Orat1!luolon In I'rleeo.' EatlrKtoojcut iMKlnilHllOSt. ::.:... " V JVifiHA. avu.noi:. JSPJOIAL NOTICES , 0n'K'K01'ViilVcWIUR3I0NEllM, WS DuTnicr or Cot.VMnu, AVa'iiinoton, Juno 0, 1 B8.". Notice I? hcieby Riven, pursuant to tho not ol Congress maklnc appropriation? for tho ev penres of the government of tlio District of Columbia for the lloal year ending anno 80, 1 fc8r, approved July 5, 1 88 1, that no payment will bomnito of any certltlcnto Issued by the httclloflidof Aiullt, of said District of Colum bia, mirier authority of tho act approved Juno tto, 187-1. that shall not bo presented for pay ment within one year from tlio said Cthtlay of July. 1881. The presentation within tlmt limn should bo made to tho Treasurer of the United btntes. Jly oi dcr of tho Commissioner?. WILLIAM TINDALL. JeB-lnw-ilw heon-tnry. ?rCpsA8!jE'ss)im'8 Ol'l'ICK. 1). C. KF&5 W'AsiiiNiiToM, June 11, 1H8J. Notice Is hereby (riven that, nil lloonsoj for llneks, Cabs, oinnlbiisses, 8trcct-cnr, nnd nil other vehicles for tho transportation of.pas-(-eiiRcrs for hit a will oxplro on tho JHlth ilny of June, 188.-,, .Said licenses muM. bo promptly irniwcil by all piopilctors tloslilng to con tinue business after that, date. Jly order of the Commlsloiiern, T). t'. HUIICUT 1. l)t)l)OK. Jcinfit Assessor, I), C. p-j,A J'i:..ltI''UbOUTILU!i:f iw'wE No! lint Hhoeklnsly 13W l'rleos., I'lno India Linen, lOej Doiiblo-wliltli Cash rncionnil Ntuis' A'cllhiK. U."ei 10-1 Hheetlnit, ltle; Iteil Hmcads. -Hioi hhaw Knit Half Hoo anil ) effiihir innilo Hxlia Loin; Hose, 'Jon; Jinn, !!o pnpor; HninhurK Ktlge, 'Joyiwlifl J'arasols for VI, etc., He, at DltUDIIBAn .fcCO.'H, joiant i)t)7 Fii.ii. w. Wg-AWASIUNOTON SAKj; DKl'OSIT CO., OlOl'cnna. Amj. N. V. The Company will i cut small pi Ivato safes In Its now FI Jtn AND lll'liriLAIIl'llOOK A'AULTrt from f5 to )100, acconlhiR to slo. Silver I'lnto and iirtleles of vnhio may bo etoreil and Insiui'd for any length of tlmu at Very icnoiuihlc charm's. jcU-ilin NOW IS THU TJMB TO GET AWN- INU8, anil JtAISLETJ', 817 MAHKET Sl'ACE, In tho man to make them, AAVN1N0S, TENTS AND FLAGS Made to order at the shoitest notlco nnd le.i- 'soiinble prlccM. myiio-lm s.'h " hTINJLMKTO SON, ISaa 112:17 J'einm. avc, aiiim ron "KNOX'S" N. Y. 1IAT8, "yoUMAN'S" N. V. JIAT8, Latest hi DItJ'.8S CASMMUIti: AND DEI1UY IIAT8, MACKINAW AND OTIIEUSTKAW HATS. Doj' and Chllihen's Straw Hats. Large stock of flue silk Uinbielltts for L.ulles nnd ' ntlemcn. tayJ'tirn leeelved on storage. my'Jil If K-SPSi CERTAIN CIIOI.BR . C'UIti: sJEV Cures Choleiii, Cholera Morbus. Cholera Infantum, Crumps In htomncli unit Jiinirlwn. It iieer falls when used as directed. Always keep It In your houojcurry It wlii'rovcr ) 011' pi. Thu price Is within reach of all, nnd 011 won't hno to taken dozen bottles before n'llel; It nets like inatilc. DLuiluea Is tho HiM staBC of cholera, htop that anil you pre vent cholera. Certain cholera Ctuo never falls lohtoiilt. All drinruUts kevp'lt. A. lliown, piopifetor, Dox 3.-l. Washington. D. 0. imiKi-lm VJjSs.GLA'.MONT E.VCUUslON GUOUNDS. Contracts for Excui.slons now In order. Cot times and -dnelo rooms for rent. F. Fhkumi, Caterer. Special rates to Sunday-schools. l. it. TUi:.Mnt.y.r.ii7 7thst. HOTEL DU110UIS, 17U8rcnua. Ave. N.W. IIES'J'AUHAN'J' A LA CAUTK. .summer boaid Dy tho week, S3; by the month, S'J'J. mvl-:!in FOR SALE LOTS. V JJNKJIIJSINESS LOT FOIt SALE-NO UTI I- oust roiiici' of llllh and Madison Hts..l)5 fteton lUtliHt. by lot) deep; n decided bar gain loiiiiuitK piiicnaser. J). II. WAKNEK, li-l.'I.'lt OltlFst.il. w. IrOHSAhi:--? Jly At'STJN I'. 1IUOWN, l-llitl F st. 11. w "Itl.OOO fci'l of gromiil on Kith st. 11. w bet. N'ott Ciichinndlt St., and tlD.OOO foot, on N. H.nve,, bet. Dupoiit Clicloand I. st. Scleral Ill's! class Jiouses, 1 iiiirIiik hi prlco from frltl. UtlO to S 100.0' 0. JelO-tf 1?OK SALE FINE I "LOT CONI'AININC, ? I,!)I7 M. feet, flouting on tluee sticets, will I111 hold Including a brick dwplllng at. Um low in Ice of ."iOu. per mi. foot. Tyler .s liiitlnifind. TJ'JUJ'st. 11. w. lull tit FORS ALE M I SCELLNEOUS. Advrtlseincnl8orT!iiie Lines under tlih hfa Inherlftt tlirretliuni lorssccntn. lolt SALli- ' " 3 Jly TYLEIt .t Itl'TIIEltrOItl), iiS'jtirst.n. w. Suugllttliifnini of Jill acies. newdwellliigs and outbuildings. In I.omloun Co., VaV!5 miles lioiji city; only Sl.bOO; 011 very easy terms. Hood limn 111 l'llnco Ucorgo Co., Mil,, !l ncics, with Imps; StJ.OtM). I'm 111 of l.'JTMiaeios tn Howard Co., Mil,, 5 miles fioinl.nmel; $:i,00t. Farm of U'2'A acres In 11 Inco Heorge Co., JUL, U miles fiom llrnin.hillle: f I.OUO. J '111 in of Jl.'incies In Moiitgomeiy Co., Aid., in-iir Windham's htatlon, $8,(100. Also a number ol other fauns In tho 1), (.. Man land and A Irglnla. Jelil !U Irolt SAI.E-A II.MtGAlN; !J ACHES AD ? lolnlng National Fair Grounds; will sL. for $750 If sold Immediately. A. S- Cavwood, nn. Uth and K hts. n. w. 1-;lt FOR SALE AND RENT. 1i;ai. isntatk iiui.x.etin V OK THOS. E. WAOOAMAN. 017 F tret. (ClioL'e nude Wednesdaja and HturdT.) TilRZJC-bTOnY DUIOK AND FRAME ilOUHLb l'Olt BALK. 13i5 K st 11 w, mod lm, 18 ronrati f 11,000 17UI 1 l n iy.Ii Ii, mod lm, 1; is W.ouu 'Z0.1 1 it 11 w, mod lm, 23 rooms U.OW K el. bet Hill null 15th 11 w. aclionl Inillilluir. 2V0CO VI-1 t, lib, mod Im.'.-.Us , I8.97B tot) 11 at n w, mod tm, M in I7JO mi vermoDi hvh n w, mod im, 11 m iii.ouu Virt t n w.iuod lm, 15 n li.ouo MOllthRtn w.modlm 10 rs ., 11.300 Mil Ott, I1I1, mod In), 17 rs W3J7 TWO-STOBY BRICK AMD FRAME HOUSES FOR WALK. 47 DelreisHt 11 v, bh, mod lm,7ra 1 1,800 HKhbiueon it 11 w, I Ii, mod lm, 7 r I .'Act 'iViO. 2102biiiI 'JtOI Colutablasl 11 w,5rs I5oo nWftml IMS Lmn w.fli.t is mcl l,Vio ;iiii to'J'MO llcundary nt u tv. b li, t la eucli. .. 1,100 Sl,t!MV, IjfiM Cftptmid 1st tls, mod lm, 7r ! l.tOO 210 mail Jlmindury m 11 v,t it l.M) I7.il to i:w r Bt n w, 11 in nicli l.'.oo 1731 to 1711 ICst n w, III, lira ,.1,001) K, mid 18 Jlroun'acuiirt, 11 w. urtier, 4 rn i.ooo UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR HALK. 1'er Foot. 1C fl.lii'tlGllmnd 17th sts 11 ' ILIV K nt.bi?t nth unit litli n w jw I Hi Hint 1 tits 11 w, ,., 2.00 N V live, lietlitli mid loih alt 11 w 1,7.1 H w eor Mil anil O bis ii xv , 1.311 Kb cor Dili Rial o at n , l.eo O Bt. fccti bill and uth 11 w , l.ro Mhdt.bel Ood V a w . so lbllift. btlLnndM nun w l.ro N Jlm)Rhlre, bel M and N Btsn w I .in HOUSES FOR RENT. Vet Month. DlOCorcoranatii w, lilrn.fiir fi75ii unliir .V) ihi IWCorcorun ato w, oiod Im.mr, 10 is 73 nu WMJItliBt 11 sv, mod lm, Mrs 73 no F.ueat Hpuac, W) N ,1 ave 11 w.in I, van,. 71 iki SOU li tt n n, mod Imps, n rs 0.1 00 liOl Slat. n ir, mpd IniLi. 10 1 1 10 to H-.'OJ'ld at n w, mod Imps i, ra :u 00 ixandVSO'Jdat ne.mnd lm, 7 rx :r no IWUatnw, 3101 SlUJ'lli l 11 w, II ra. . :nm fToiu:s, and ornoEsj ' i'er Montli, di!) l.u vn 11 w. store, t rs ii 00 b-n La. vii n w atore. mud Iru.i ra -...... M 00 JI29tlit 11 w, mod Inij. Horn, I r 73 ml 1019 Fat 11 wralore, modlm,5rs in 00 ij.i I'Jtli at n w , :id 01. najjellxtii w. mod lm, s ra - si 50 Room 1.1, cor I'n. avi nnd Dili at n w '.'.! v (lis F sin tv, r :), ollice zn m lGniidlbiiriili.il llulliliuK 11 w .,., mil 6i8i't uw.r ; 11011 ' LOANS In sum to tplt nt 6 per tent. Tbonbove IB only iniMl portion ol pronerty nuuiy Look a. For full Hat cMlntoUtce, for bulle tins tMuedoplttnnaiUb. SOMETHING 3STEW! ( I), , CI.IKHI'K , CdbiMod Letter SIiSGt anil EnTolp! J'or I.ettfi-. Not lc,, Bills, Ktiitninents, C reu loin, Of nil idzi'fl. Ill Iiomih of 2fi, ,"0, 100, iifitl, 500 nml M ,HM tin b. Will Dtiswnm with Enveldii. ,VilliiMl Weight IniPostuL-o. ' )VlUMlH'tlmtaJul-'n-QUlin. . ' 7no-Nwyor(iiW.i rJolft-Ast MrWavhtniflon iinlAlujftndiia. PERSONAL. V. " l". .l CAUTION- 11. MIT'S INSECT POWDEIl tS old only In tin boxes, with his trade mark on the lid. and Is not sold loose; hnlt on bavins Hail's powdei ; lefusonll Imitations: the best Is the cheapest. Jclil ill" JAMESHiraiKHFOHl). DEAl.Elt IN FINE J'tunlly tJroecrlcsand l'rovlsl'fns; iilo Wines nnd Liquors, 00(1 I) st.n. w. Specialty made of I'uro Allien Frn 1 1 A'lnegar. Dll. LEON, THE OLDEST KSTA HUSHED nml only reliable Julles' I'liyslcfan hi tho city, ciln he consulted dally, 101 b st bet, l4 nnd tlth st ii, w. l'rompt treatment. Cone (pumlcnce and consul! ntlons ulrietly eontl dentlnl. Sepaiato rooms lor ladles, oilloo nlwn) b open. Jei rpiIK FOH8YTH CAFE, .118 10TII ST., 18 J now furnished wllh swhiKlnit fans over each table; no heat; no tiles; and tho best 15 cent meal In the world. Wo study tho comfort of our patrons. Je "PATTEltSON STILL 8KUVES THOSE EX X ecllcnt incalu for lft rts. Call and try. 1.0 Iholt Dining Jtooms, 81'J V nt. n. w. myJ!8 DKAWJNO AND PAINT1NO-TIIE DEST and clieii)M'st place to learn drawing and painting Is nt tho Niitlonnl Academy of Fine Ail, cor. 18lb st. nnd N, Y.nvo.; all commenc ing Immediately will bo received at hnlf-inlue: ehililn n's Satuulny cIhsr $10 per year; classes niter -1 o'clock for thoso In tho Departments. my20-lnv rpilEVEUY HESjT HUSINESS PEN MADE. jl noiu uy an stnlloneis. Send 7 'Jecnt. ("Ininps for mm t,ln,1,iy. toWiisli. Iiiclon llionu&rniililo HeuiJnii.irlcr.s. AVashlng- lon.D.C. IAYPE-WJHTINO Di:iAUT.MENT; CAbt . itiaph oltlce; expert operators; woik e.illfd for and itellveied. Call by telephone Call criipliollee.O;).'l,rst. niySIf JL. KEHA'ANI). 101'J I'ENNA. WE.. EN- Brnu'. I'lntonml no Isitlng uiis, Ht) cenls; 10 cards from same plate, 15 cents; Jt)i) cards pilntcil from plale, .i ei-nts. t lEIIiriN'K I'OH DOOS. JtJL Ml Diseases Cured. OKOIKIE WtlOtmiDHK. Cor. Jl!. st. nnd Md.uve. t w. ocin LADIES "ttlUI'tllJND IMI.f.S OK TANSY" 11111 peifnetly safe and nlwaj's I'lTeelital. M'lilcil imitlciilurs Ue. Wlleoi Spoellle Modi elne Cuiniumv. l'lilladelphl.t, I'.i. LADIES- PENNYROYAL PILLS r't'llls ehcsler's I'.ncllsh"), the only koiiuIiic, i"hfe, eertaln and etfertunl. Sealed iiaitleulars In. Ohlfliestrr Chi'inieal Co., 'j;na .Minllson sc I'lilhiili-lphla. I'a. JVJ.I OR RENTROOMS. AdTfrtlarmentsof Three Lines undfr this head iDaerted three times foi'2" cents. V poll HENT-ONE LAIIOE KIIIINLSIIKD fiont room In new house for SS: 'J IUO II st. ihjw, JelJKU 1j Oil ItENT-Kl'ltNlSJIEl) ROOMS, SINtll.K . en suite; ilelluhtful summer loealltv; on line of i'.iis and JieidleA; nortJi and south o luisiue. .il" J: Cniiltol ht. JoDI-iJt I70II ItENT-'J'llI.'EE l'llONT COMMONI . ratlin: tinfuiiiMied rooms, sultahlo for hoiiseketiilni;, at 1)15 7th st. u. w., bet. I mid K Ms, ll'Js'lt FOR SALE HOUSES. 77011 SALE- 1? Jly TYLER .t Itl'THEltrOHD, TJ'Jt! E bt. 11. W. New 2-ftoiy and basement p.b. front dwelling, loented 11. 0.. 7 rooms, nil m. I.; will rent for $'jr; price, $:i,HH). Two-ntory InlekilwellbiKon 1 Ith ft. 11. w., 7 1001ns, all 111. 1.; SI, 'JOll. Two-fstoiy brlek dwelllnir, 7 rooms, all 111, I,, loeated 11. w., near street ears; S 1,000. TJnen-story bilck ilwulUnu. II rooms, all in. I.. eenlrallv loented. 11. w.; f.l.aoi). Join tit I? OH SAI.E-l'JNE Ni:W RESIDENCES -1 N st ncnisSuott Circle. Near Diipimt Chele, N t., near 'J'homas Circle. IS. II. WARNED, lolil-.'it. 1)101' nt. 11. w. F OR SAI.K THAT EI.EOANT RESIDENCE at the n. e. cornei'of J'Jth anil K sts. LiiiKOiiuiI ulry rooms. Cential location. I 'I no trout and side yurd. Tor tenns and penult apply to 1). II, WARNER, JeDK!t QUI V st. 11. w. I'roRS.M.r A SNlHIll.JtOOArnillCKDWEL ? lhiK, nuw; water, ir.is and Moves; $'2,00(1; S'JOOensli, StsUO In qmii Inly payments or f 100 nnd Si .out) In a yean. Swoi mstedt & llrnd ley. Il'jsr st. Jotl-Ot 1?OR BALE WILL SELL AT A DAUOA.IN or eehiuiso tho now brick house No. 1008 Uth st. 11, w; contains 0 looms and base ment, b.ith 100m, lange, latrobe, etc., ami Is nicely finished: enrs every flvo minutes. A. Mod, Murshul Law bullilliiK, iJltl dj-i st. 11. w. im'J.Vtf FOR RENT HOUSES. Advertlhemcnta ot Three Linos under this licnd Inbertid.tlireii times fur 23 cents. Oil 1IENT- li'ol S st. 11, w 8 rooms, mod, Imps. 1 iu I'm. s. e., 111 1115Nht,ii,v,,H " " " ino K Kt. 11. w store and dwelling. lii'Jt) J' l, 11, y Ior'looln. THOS. .1. MYEll-s, Real JMntoAKent, Jeblmo I'JlUFst.n.w. LOST ANDFmJNDL F .soi'ND-A DIAMOND SET SOAJIJ-' I'IN. Apply at l'ollee lleiuliiiinrlcin. Joir,-;lt I OST-LAST MONDAY. OOLD. SCAUP 1UNO J ornamented with a tly of (,'old, Sultahlo mwhitltollmlerby Jl. A. hellssoii, Jl'JI I'.i. live. 11. w. lel'J-ilt t , . SOHILLENGER Artificial Stone Paving Comp'y OtTice, 1418 New York Avenue. Artistic and Fine Work in Cement a Specialty. Our f-Klllul Woikineii lay tlwlollowiii,'lwo Hunts; Sclilllcnyer'a Patent, Best Granolitlilc. Asiilmltum, Artificial Stone. Neufchatel, Mastic. Klti liens, sldewalki', Mnblesand Collars laid with nmtnesMiiid piomptness, Owneis ol piopnly am notlllod that thev will ho held lcsponslhln for Infrhiueincnts of this patent. Tho 1'nlted SUtes Comts for the DMilu of Columbia have leeently unjoined II. L, (liuifoiil mid the commissioners of tho DIsMIlI of Coliimbl.i fiom labn.' this pavo nient. All mllllclal sloue pavemonts other than tlmt laid under tlio patent 1110 woithless, JOS. O. MoKIBBIN, Telephone Call HIT'-'. riesldmit. THE CKLEBRATBD Dyckerhoft Portland Oemout, Tho hliuiiKtinl niul Rest Known to tho Trade. ILL. CltVNI'Oltl). Solo Aumii for Dlsdlct of Columbia. Olllie, 1 IIS I' Mi eel noithwost. Wiilchoii'C, II. L, lllseoo'ii whiuf, foot of Tenth Miu't southwest. Oiilu.s piomptly tilled and dellveiles m.ulo to any pail of tho illy. PAVEMENTS, OltANOLlTIIIC ARTII'ICIAL hTONE, Ahl'II.M.TI'M, NEUHIIATKIi MASTIC. Kheetri, SltluwnlkH, Miibles, llasuineiits and Cellar 1'lnoii), or wheioxera .ollil, bmooth.uid Durahlo I'avement or l'loor Is 1equir1.1l. Oiilern piomptly attended to ami all woik Ktuuuiitiul lor the tn 111 of live seuis, NOTICE. Alliepii'sentntlons thiiltho above woik, as nowpeiloiined by me, Is an infiliiRoiiiiMit oil any ucumoi 0111 held Is iliemiiiet any ilchtnot others, orth.it tiny court has so I iruui niitco all nations of mv woik iilmIusI. nny claims or suits tor ilninauos. II. L. citANTOItl), No. JIlHFst 11, W. TiJcitlinitii Call No HHI. HOOD AND COAL. OOA11 WOOD1 JOHNSON BEOS., WUAnVEU AND RAILROAD YARD llith nnd Water sta. H. IT. DRANOH YAIIpS AND OFFIUE-J. (oonnect'si by Tulepliouo.) 1C02 V Mi eet nutlbnest. ' Ifil6beftbitrtft northneet. 1 .70 lYDMTlvan ava. no.rtlitvel, i'l'J Ninth ntrertnorttovast. 1 Oorir3-) adsi-k ttreti.i'oi lbBt, mjO Jf -'XU'ViOitynnilti nte. tmtbwat, iaHnMK WANTED HELP FEMALE. AdTtrtlaements ol Thtro Lines nnder thli hetd Inserted ibree tlm( lor 25Cfcl. vv-. "W ANTED - SEVi:tlAL EXPERIENCED waist hands. Apply at liua km. 11. w. Ji!-i5;u WANTED- HOOD OIUL l'OR OENEIIAL housework; stay nights; refcieneos. 101.1 Mthst, n.w. iol!l-:it WANTED-A RELIAI1LE 01111 TO DO Ilclit. housework hi a Mnall family; no wnchlni;. Apply nt 017 1'n. nvc, bet. Oil and l)SM. JeliJ-Ot" ir.NTi:n- a iieliaiile iiiui; to iio V Bcncral hotisowmk In n small family; must eomo recommended. Apply nt 1701 Mth si Jelil-nt WANTED- A 01I1L, 10TO '-0, TO llELl' IN si ore mid do housework for two In fum llv. Cnllnl 'JUI.'Jilrt.n. w. lei a ill WANTED HELP MALE. Advertisements ol Three Lines nnder tbls head Inserted threo times lor 21 cents. W" NTED- MIDIH.E-AOED EXI'ElTT eneisl white innu to oversee pantry and baseiueiit stores tit Forsyth's Cafe, 518 loth st; ,ol'-'-;t WANTED-AtlENTS J'OR TIIK MASSA elnisotts Relief Assoctatloii; tiolleles In clude Hfu risk and weekly Indemnity for ills ability. Room l'J, Coreoian Ilulldlmt. Jol'J-:lt WAN'TED-A YOI'NO MAN, 1(1 TO 18 cnrs of litre, who can read manuscript well; one who has served some time In n print ing olllie piofmied. Addtess, Immediately, Copylloldci'. Crltle oflliie. joll-Ot WANTED -IMMEDIATELY, A VIItT class waiter; must liuiOKood referenee. Apply nt ni I liJihst.n. w. JolOUt XTTANTED-A COLORED MANO11Y0UNO y V man who ciin eook plain food for eoupto of J onus men In the eountrv, nnd must know howtoilrlM) n lioisc; llelit work nnd good home to one who can ttlvo city leferences; wnaes, 1(1 or $8 inr inonlli. Aihess Rural. Clllle ofllre. leB-ilt WANTEO 1 SITUATIONS-FEMALE- Adverllaemenls olThreo Lines under tilts hetd Inaertisl tin ee times for J.I cenis. WANTED-SITtJATlON AS LADY'S M VII) or to liurso one ihlld. hut not nn In flint; have cood city icfeienees, Aihhess .l. E.JL, Ciltlouflke. lol.-i-ilt' WANTED-POSITION AS CHILD'S NURSE or eliainbeimald. or both, by settled white woman, tocoto the seaside orcountry for the summer; 110 objection to u hotel or bom dliiK house; city lefercijees. Address Louise, (ill lo onion. lol'J Ut WANTED SITUATIONS MALE. Advertisements ol Three Lines under this licnd Inaerleil three times tor 21 eedta, ' irANTED-A hl'TUATKlN 1IY A FltEXCM VV boy, need 17; any kind of work In 11 lestuurniit. Address O. M Ciltiuofllce. 101 'J -ill" wAjjrrjE-jjicEU. Advertlaements of Three Lines under this bead inserted threo times lor ii cents, WANTED-A NICE. LARGE UKFIJIt nlsbed room, suitable for a small ehtb. Address Club. Crltln offlee. tnlil-Ut MONEY TO LOAN. T I ONEY TO LOAN" In Sums to Suit. U. II. WARNER, 0101' st. 11. w. jei;t;it I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD HEAL CBtato or collateral Becurity nt lowest rates of Interest. No delay wbeu security 14 cood. 0.0. green, noom 1, l'lremon'a bulldine, cor. 7th antl La. avo. npl4-tt .,..,..... TJgp.EXCHANGE. WANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES for old ones at Jlutler's htovo Exchaiue, eonieroth nnd K sis. smoky chlmnnys cuied or no pay. Stoves exchnticed for eioeerlus. Old sloieslioiutlit. BUSNESS CHANCES. WANTED TO JlOllUOW FOll 1! MONTHS WO, for which 1 wilt kIvo four semi monthly payments of SI5 each ($(l) In all), commenchi't JunollO, Addles 1'. E. W Crltlo ofllce. JoS-Ut TTANTED-TO llDY lxill CASH. THREE VV 5 or (I room houses; brick or Iraine; In cood repair; between Uth nnrl l.'ltli, D uud 0 sts. 11. w.; none but ownernecd apply. Address U.i.x 1). Crltlo otllee. oS-;it BOARDING. V VA ." V WVVSV WsA.s A,.S -js s .X'-- CDMMERIIOARDING-CONTEE'S STATION, D Mil., R. & O. II. R.; laif-o biiek mansion, leeently put In peifcet order; location IiIkIi mid healthful; h.indsomo Krouuds; station on the place; !ir, minutes rltlo from WnshliiKtoii. Addiess Oakland. Ciltlu ullli e. Je'JIII THE LA PIERRE, 8. W. CORNER OF TENTH nnd E streets, and the Lochia), bVZ Ninth st, n. w wllh pleannnt looinaand eood board, nro recommended to permanent and transient boarders. lyl'J PROPOSALS. V)JIOI'OSAI.S VOR CONSTUUCTINII "a 1 J1R1CK UUJLDINO I'OK THE NATIONAL COLORED WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S ASSOCIATION. ()m Koy Tin: Emiim.hi Comjiissiom:ii, Wamiim.ios, D, c .lime It), 1SS."i. Uy ilhectlon of thn llo.ud of Coinmissloners, Sealed Pioposals will boiecel'ed nt tills oftleo until 12 o'clock oil THURSDAY, Juno 18, iss.1, forconstinctlnu and completing a two slorv cellar and basement llrlck IhiiUlhu; lor tho National Association for Destitute Colmed Women and Chlliheii, to bo located on pails of lots 117 niidllH, Wilghl .t Dole's subdivision of Mount PICHUllt, Jllnuk founs of pioposals and s)eclfloatlons, tnttct her with all nceessnrv liilorm.itlon. can be obtained upon npiilleatlou nt theoltleoof the Inspector ol Jluilttlncs, I). C, Tliiiilcht Is reserved to reject any nml till bids or pails of bids. (I. .1. LYDECKER. -Major of J'nt-lneeis, U.S. , lei 0 tit EiiK'r ConnnUsloner. 1). C pilOI'OsALls l'OR STATIONERY. PosTOfl'ICK IH'I'AKTMENV. WAi-iiiMnoN, D. C., May VI, ISS."i. Sinled pioposals will ho iccel'eil at this Do paitinentiinlll Vi o'clock 111. on Wednesday, Jiiiio 'J I, 1S85, for liunlshlui: htntlouery for Iheiiboof First and hecond Class Postortleos tor one year fi inn July J, ISSo. Jlluiik fonnsof pioposals showing tlio Items nml estimated nutintltles reinthed, toKOther with circular lelathii; theieto, wll bo tut nlshed on nppllcntloA to this Depnitineut, J'loposnls should ho nddre-sed to tho First AsslMiint ,1'ostinnster-Ocneial, and Indorsed "I'l oposals for htntlonei y." Tho J'ostmnMer ('enetal reoivo tho light .0, eject any or all bids, WJ11,VIU,i mvl." Qtnw. Iw l'ostmastcr-neneral. SUMMER RESORTS. PINEY POINT HOTEL, MD. Nlnetj-two Miles from Washington, on the Potomac River. OPEN l'OR GUI'STS JUNE 2d. MenmoiH Excelsior or Geoifio Leary each mcuhixiioin foot ol 7th t, I'ortenns, which will bo model nto, npply to Hotel; Wash U. Williams, 7th nnd D sts. 11. w., or W. P. RICE. Id) thn Proprietor. 1UBINE88 education ror youuc nnd mid J die aged men ami women. Spring nnd summer sessions ot tho Hpencorlan Bnalnosa College, corner Ninth and D sts. u. w. Rapid writing, bookkeeping, rapid calculations, Eng lish language, stenography, type-nrltlng, eta., tborouglily taugbt. Tultloni Year from dato ot entrance, day or night, 60; three months, day, S20i night, 414; ono month, day, $7; night, (5. Rapid writing only Vi lessons I'l, Call or send for circulars. henry 0. si'ENOER, Principal. BAIIA A. r-I-MUE'tlVlco.rrtuclpal. OIIWOOD INBTITUTE, 121U AND 1211 14th St., near ldtli-st, Circle. Select Bonrdl Ing Bchnol for young litdles. Ho&slon '8.1-'80 opons September "10, 1885. Early application neceteary, as number ot boarders will be llmlted. riMID HOWE UUHINKBH SOHOOL, 537 8EV X ectn stieet n. w., short, condensed course In practical tooKkeepltiri rapid. ponmauehlp and EcellBh brnnchvsLnt moUMato rated ot tuition. Morning, aRernoon npd night bob tloriB. UlTll-Hervleo preparation a epeLlaliy. fcbortbacd, Llocullon and Mathematics by s rt pfKjiM tmveber. . ' Sraoif j. ii. bhyant, rnnoirM. AMUSEMENTS. AjS-- S--sVySA A- -A. s." AA.S VS"i .t A MIAUGH'S Qriinil Opern-llouso. El trr Kvenlne nt 8iin. Saturdav Matlneo. TJinriitATi-s or ii:n.aN'ck. Mnhel.Mniy JJocbo; MaJ.-Gcn , Mr. DeLanqo. Admission. , 05 ,.ts, n-iiiTiiu coMiuui:. X SUMMER HARDEN. The coolest nintiscment msort south of tho Arctic regions. t.vMit: jionitoAV'.s (IEMSOP TWO CONTINENTS THIS WEEK. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday nnd Satur day. Ailinl'slon.. 10, go mid .SO ots. MASONIC TlIMl'I.!', TO-NIOIIT. Dr. 1IALK, editor or Hcnlth nnd Homo, will deliver his celebrated lcottiro on Diseases of tlie Tlirimt unit 1. lint's. Admission Free. Doors open al 7:'tO, becttiro IiokIih at 8. GJtANIJ TESTI.IIONIAr, ItKNlJI'il Tendered to Mil. i:il. AIINl'tt Ily bis friends on THURSDAY EVENINtl, .U'NE IS. 18S.1. Thefollow hit; urt ists tinvo kindly i oluntcei'cd (heir services for this occasion: Musical Direc tor, Piofcssor ChrlsArth; MlssClirUlIno Percy, soprnnn; Thus. M. Mauritius, baritone; J'ro fessor.John O. Itnssell, KUltnrlst; Messrs. Win. An, Cnmlllo Schneider. Frank Lttsby nnd Loicnn Schneider hi histriimentnl selections. An enlaiiicd orchestra, I'rnfossor chils Aith comlncllng. JelU-ot, A 1'ltEK UUAtiBKT AND UANCU Without Mustctnus or Musical Ki'OwIoJgo,. uii cuii uuvu wuo purciiueo ouo 01 PROFESSOR M. QALLY S Self.plnylng Inetrttmonts. Seo them, hear them and got music lists it G. L. WILD k URO.'S, 700 Bevonth at. n. w. .EXCURSIONS. V.S.-.- -v -.A. N. " S - ".- - - - -.WWV j885..:xcoit.,roN season jgg- ON Till) llAl.TOIOlti: A OHIO ItAll.IlOAO. EVEHY MONDAY, Commcnclm: JUNE 22, lo IMJN-aiAR. Rouml-tilp Rnte.Sl.oO. Limited to aoa per sons. Li avo WauhliiRton at 8 a.m. Jteturn Intr, iiuHcatSiilOp. in. EVERY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc ing JUNE ;!, to llni'per's lVrry niul lljrneV Island, On tho Potomac. ltound-tilp Rate. SI. Limited to 200 per sons. Leave Washington 10.05 a.m. Return ing, nuhciit7'20p. m. J'VEHY WEDNESDAY AND EVERY OTHER SUNDAY to I.U11AY CAVEItNS, Coinmciielng JUNE 21. Round trl) R.iter .fil.ot). Leave Washington B:30 a. in. Rc tinnlng, nrihe at U:l" p. m. Every ticket calls for a reserved seat on these excursions, securo your tickets at (lit) and ItlSl l'cniia. avo., and nt depot mi tho morning of the excursion, JoliMt LOAVi:il CEDAlt I'OINT. The I'oimlnr Watering Place of WnslihiBtoiilnns. Tho safe, swift and magnificent steamer AR MENIA will loa'o her wharf, foot of7t!ist dally, except Sat unlays, at I) 11. in., returning nt I) p. m., commencing SUNDAY, JUNE 21. Almeida stoi nt Alexnndria 011 MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS nnd FRIDAYS only. Fine. OOo lound trip. Clilldten, 25o. Forftiithcr Infoimntloii nnd charters to so cieties and corporations apply to U. L. SHERIFF'S Coal Ofllce, 311-1 Pa. avo., nntl Steamer Mnttano's whnif. foot of 7th st. Jol'2-tf Sti:a3ii:h cohcoiian'sj kxsjuu SIONS. Tho owners of the stenmcr W. W. CORCORAN huo purchased and will nssume tho manage ment of MARSHALL HALL. Dally morning excursions will bo given especially for Ladle anil chlldicii. Absolute order will bo preserved on tho mounds, thu table f;u nlshed with nil the m.ir l.eLaffoids, lunches verved, and Ico, fruit and milk nlwnys 011 hand, Stenmer leaves every morning nt 10 o'clook, 1 cunning at -1 o'clock p. in. Fare, 2."i cents for lound trip to Olymont nnd Marshall Hall. Chlldien. 15 cents. 1o8-tf niAi'i:i. roiNT. CII.U-UL I'OINT. Long llranch of tho Potomac. THE STEAMER GEORGE LAW Will niako regular Excursions every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 8:15 a.m.; 1 etui nlng about O.HO p. in. Tickets ."Oe. Sclit'O) dcr lniislu. Jleals OOo. at tho Point. Lo.ivo fiom steamer Mnttano's wharf. lo.l-lin T"0 OLYMONT. FAMILY EXCURSION. JL e cry SATURDAY, commencing J UNE (L Steamer Maiy Washington lca es l) n. in.; back ut (I j), m, l'a re, lound nip, '25c.: ohllilien, lOe. (food music. For tickets or rafes to schools, call at Plctmc Stoio, r'27 7th st. I. R. TREJ1 1II.Y. Excursion Manager. JoJ-lm TkJ T. VJJllNON t JIT. VKIlNONl STEAM EH W. W, CORCORAt Pllh Leaves 7lh st. whnif dally, except Sunday, foe Mt. Vcinou at 10 o'clock a. m,; rettivnlng, leaches Washington about :i:'S0j. in. i.. it, m,Aivi.. i.iipiaoi. Capital Prize, $150,000 "H' do ntrtoy certify mat vmuptrvtit thear rangtmtnttfor all th Monthly ana Stml-Annval Vraielngt of Tht Louisiana Mute Lottery Com' pany, and In pet eon manage and control tho Drawing! themtelcet, and that the tame art con' ducted wlti honeity, falrnett, and tn good Jaltti toward allpartlei, and we authorise tht Company to vie this certificate, with fac-slmllet of our tig natui a attached. In iti adcertxttmtnti," Uoinmlaslonor UHPEEOEDENTED ATTRAOTION! Over Half a Million Distributed. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporatea in 1608 lor 23 years ny tbe Legltla Uturoior Kdncalloual and Charitable purpose wim a capital of i.00y,000-to which a reserve fund ol over fUO.OOO baa since been added. liy an overwhelming popular vote Its franchlee was made n part of tho present State Oonttltutlon adopted December 2, A. D. 1878, lUi'iuiiflMlm-leNiiiiiitei'Drnuliigi) will' take place moutbly. Jt never urulr.i oe i'0iiiMtt. Look at Iho following distribution; 1-ilxt (JiiiiiiI Monthly AND Till- EXTRAOl.DlNAllVSEiMl.ANNUALDHAWINU' In Hit- Aciiili'iny or.llunlc, Neir tli'IeuiiH,, TUEMDAV, .IlINJ 10, lHSi. Under the pcisonal supervision and mauagement. Gen. G. T. BEAUREGARD.of Louisiana, &, Gen. JUBAL A. EARLY, or Vlroinln. CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000. js8-Nollec TIcUcln iii-tt Ten IXillurx. only, llultt-i.es. VIIIIih, VJ, TeiilliN,I. LIST OP PRIZK3. 1 CAPITAL I'RIZK OP ilM.OCO tlW.OOO- lHK4NDl'HI,i;ol' M,MH1 60,000 lUItANIlPIIIKKOP 20,001) UO.OOO sLAitaKi'iu.hHue' io,xso .c.coo .AltUKl'ltlZKHOl' JS.IXI1 2).00 Oll'Rl.KUOl;' lf , HI ICO 2tin Ml 1,IXJ 600 J.'i.OOQ. 9U SII.OOO' 200 1,0U) lm) CO.OOO- 00 OU.WU Al'pnOXIMATlON PRIZh.8. 100 Approximation 1'rlifs 01 1.C0 (20,000 JM) ' " " J() 10,000. RO " 7J 7,600. JTHo I'rlzes, amonntlug to pi-'jOO- Application tor'ratea to clubs thonld be made only to the ottlce of tbe Company In Hvn Or leans, Fortnrtber Information write clearly, clvlng (nil address. votiVAl, NOTKN, Eipress Meney Orders or New Yurk Exchange In ordi nary letter. Currency by Kxnrena (all sums or (S aud npwards at our expense) addressed M. A. P&1JPUIM. New Orlennuttl.n. Uaker. O.Uoney Orders payable aud addrcu Registered Letter to WBW OHLKAJMHUATIOMAI. BANK. Men Orleans, t.n, VWtoi ,..U.-.-i "