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Tt Key in THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST J, J885. f,f IA i t W HATH Kit 1 N IIM'ATIO XH. l-'or the Middle Atlnutto Htntcs IIrIiI local ralii3. followed liy fnlr weather, nearly Ma Uonary temperature; light viirlnulo winds. for Hiimlny. Oonuriiily fnlr weulhor la In ill en leil forllni Allnnllo dtntes, with nearly stationary tompornttirc. o ; Hotel Directory. Kbbllt IIouc, corner llthnml rMtecl. St. Jmne Hotel. Mli t. nml l'cnna. inc. Hurrli lIoue, l'cniin. nu, iienr llthst. Clinton House, Ttli nnd I street". I.oscknm, 13SI I'Mrecl notthweM. o Tin: comiTH. roiin: Couiit JiuIro Mills. dolm Jones, iiotlt larceny: continued, .(nines Mimcss, kocplnpn ihuiKuroiis doir, nollu proscquled .Mnrla .liickgou, threats; poraonul bonds to keep lliu pence. William Hills, assault; eol latetut forfoltod. (Inbrlol Kdwiirds, nnult; iln. Joseph .tcnlclna and Ditto I'rlcu, nlltny; $"or llftietidnvs each. .Ion. Tliclon, throats (two casus); JUOli bonds In each cuo to Keep tho pence for tit inontli. ltobctt Mnr. Int el ny from the person: grand Jury -o- MHHI. llIlir.I'H. Taki: Lady ot Hie Lake for Colonial Jleaili on Saturday at 5::i0. A SLiaitT lire occurred lit the Lu Droit liulltlinrj nt I o'clock yesterday, caused by tlio Igniting of some, piper. 'fun contractors for oxiMWitlng tlio tunnel of tlio Washington nrjtieduct have already tiod In blasting 1 l.'l.OOO pounds of dynamite. Tin: Cape May City Council have rendered the Washington Light In fantry the freedom of tlie city, and aio raising funds for their entertainment. At the Jewish synagogues to-day the tunal prayer.- on tlio death ot eminent persons will be Molted In memory of Uener.il Grant nnd .Sir Mosei .Monte llore. Missus J). S. Am:.vandku, George 14. Carson, Urcett 1!. Ilium ami James W. Pipes are completing the ariange ineiits for a Grant memorial meeting in this city. The Union Veteran Coips, Old Guard, has decided to participate In the funeral procession. o Tlio Iiifmito'M Kxciirflloil. The excursion of the Washington Light Infantry Corps to Marshall Hall last evening was In every respect a most decided success. The steamers Cor coran and Artowsmlth, which had been engaged for the occasion, departed eiowded to their full eopaclties with pretty young ladles and their escoits. The frail down the river was delightful, and the dancing and other amusements aH'orded on the gtound wete heartily enjoyed. The committee in charge ot the arrange ments seemed dctcimincd that the en joyment should be for all, and that their dibits were successful was fully attested by the manner In which the merry gathering were loth to leave the scene of gayety when signaled aboard for tlio home journey. 0 Dinner to Joliu JII. J.iuikuIoii. A dinner was given last night at the residence of Dr. . I. It. FiimcM to the Hon. J. M. L'ltigston, ex-MInis-ter to Haytl. Dr. L'atvls presided. The other present were: Hon. John It. Lynch, Dr. Samuel L. Cook, Jesse Lavon, Captain O. S. B. Wall, T. J. Mlnton, William E. Matthews, Daniel AV. Atwood, Dr. J. . Francis, Alexander Powell, S. L. Williams, F. G. Barbadoes, It. S. Smith, Isaac F. Norman, A. P. Albert, Wyatt Archer, J. G. Hutchlns, W. N. Stevens, E. It. Hagby, Howard Cossley. lion .1. It. Lynch proposed the health of the truest, who responded with an excellent speech. Other toasts were responded to by the following: Captain Isaac F. Norman, Dr. John It. Eranci3, Mr. Fred Uarbadoes, Hon. N. W. Stavou", Mr. Daniel Atwood, Mr. Jesse Lawson, Mr. S. L. Williams, Mr. W. E. Mat thews and -Mr. U.S. Smith. o I'lncil Tor CnrnlcH Driving'- A white man named T. W. Doraoy was run over by a horse attached to a carriage driven by Mr. J. 15. Sutphen, a real estate agent, at the corner of Tenth sticct and the Avenue, last night. 01 llccr Byrnes removed Dorscy to the Emergency Hospital, wheio It was found his wounds were slight. Mr. Sutphen was charged In the Po lice Court this morning with assault. The defendant stated that his horses were spirited animals and he could not hold them. "That very fact," said Judge Mills, "puts the owner on lih discretion and ho Is bound to exeicise more thin ordi nary caution." A tine of $20 was Im posed. .Marino Corns OrilciH. Colonel Thomas Y. Field has been granted twenty days leave from the League Island Navy-Yard from Au gust Stli, and Captain John II. Hlgbee, commanding the guard at the yard here has his leavo for a month amended to take effect from August loth. Captain Woodhall S. Schenck, assistant quartermaster, has been ordered from Philadelphia August nth to San Francisco, to establish and tako charge of a clothing depot there. First Lieutenant Loroy C. Webster Is granted 0110 month's sick-leave. o Assaulted IIIn Wllo nml Mother-ln-I.au. Patrick Harris, a savage-looking young colored man, was in the doel: at the Police Court to-day for assaulting his wife and his mother-in-law. Sophia Harris, his wife, stated that lie kicked her in the breast and severely Injured her. The mother-in-law showed a bruise on the sidu of Iter head which he Indicted. A sentonco of thirty days In each case was imposed. Irrepressible AiiixilitcM for Water niolloii, Jamess Berry and Gcorgo Cook, two colored boys, were before Judge Mills this morning for stealing a largo water tuoUon from the store of J. A. Blair, 11CS Sixteenth sticct. Berry got sixty days and Cook llftcen days In jail. Uourtorly Election, At the quarterly meeting of tlio Co lumbia Lodge, 'J I, I. 0. G. T., tlio fol lowing olllcer.s wero elected to sorvo for tho ensuing terln: AY. C. 'P., F. A. von Tagcn; AV. V. C. T Ida Mattliows; C, William II. Gaines, It. S., F. IC. AVard; F. H J. S. AVrlght: treasuter, Mary Sibley; W. M Charles Collier; I. G Ella Lake; 0. G., J. A. Minor; icpre sentatlveo to Grand Lodge, William 0, Allison, J. S. AVrlght, F. A. von Tagcn. 0 CITY HAM. NOTES. Tho following marriage licenses have boon issued : Ferdinand Scalls and Hannah Nelson, Hannibal DIggs and Elizaboth Franklin, both of Prince Georgo's County, Mil. Virginia Johnson, by a bill in equity against Georgo u. uaiuwin, pays mac lio bo enjoined from what is Known as Hamilton road, In tho county, and which Is a right of way to tho defend ant's farm, and which it is claimed is a public road. AX I.TEItr.HriNl)l'ONTr.Sl'. A Hiiro Arruniccil llotncL-11 Kournoy unit HinltliNoii. Some friend .f Kearney of the Po tomac wero talking with Bob Holt man yestotday, and as a result of the conversation tiio latter oll'ercd to give a handsome modal to be rowed for by ICeatney aid Smitlisnii, Kearney's" friends acknowledged that Stnlthou could heat him In a ml'o and a-hnlf slnglu scull lace, but held that Kearney was tho faster man at a half-mile dish, Sinlthson'H ftlends were equally conll dent that he was a faster man from the llrt t stroke. Neither mnn has yet been seen, but as they hie both eonllilentof their own abilities, It Is highly probable that thej will come together. A half mile course In front of Ilol Ilolt.man'.s would enable a gteat many people to witness Iho lace and prove an at tractive aftei noon's iMiteitnitiineut. No local event for fnnie tlmn ha caused as much excitement as tills i.ice between Smlthon nnd Kearney. Cap tain atlneinelz has been selected as ref eree. Bob Holl'mau will run a large barpo up, capable of holding several linnili'nil nemili'. If will mnlmhlv start from some Geomotown wharf and be ' towed up by a tit, anchoring near the llnlsh. Mr. Lang baa made the arrange ments 011 the pirt of Mr. Kearney. It Is claimed that In every race In which they have met Ke.unoy has led for half mile or more, and ns this race was llxetl at that distance to suit his Mends, they ate very coi.lhlt nt he will Win If. Smlthon'j friemh claim Unit lie can heat Koainey any distance, ftotn tho llrst stroke to live mlle. Next Tues day night has been niccted by the Mends of the men as the time and the time ami the hour will bi In the neigh borhood of 0 o'clock-. The monthly .meeting of tho Analos tan llnat Club will be held this evening at S o'clock. Mr. J. (J. Uirroll, secretary of the Old Point regatta comtnltte, wiltes ThkUuitio that hi answer to Its sug gestion, the. committee will place the Benlor four-oat ed glgiaee cither the last raco of the llrst day or eatry It over until tho second diy. Tins Curno pointed out the fact that probably sev eril of the senior fuur-oated shell ctews would like also lo low in the gig lace, hut that If the two came together It would hurt the Cutty list of both. Mr. Carroll nlso writes that it was his wish to have their legatta rowed about two or tin 00 days after the Potamaciegatta, but that they aie almost ahv.ijs trou bled with lough water at that time, and they wero feai ful of putting oil' until that time. The regatta committee want as many Washington crows as pcslble to enter. Ed. II. Gllman of Detioit Issues a challenge to any oarsmen In the world, aud especially Beach of Aus tralia, to row Haitian on the Detroit ft Ivor any distance aud at any time agreed upon for $j,000 a side. Oil man will put up 00or $1,000 foifelt with any reliable newspaper In the United States, and will put up the whole $3,000 befoio Beach leaves Aus tralia if necessary. UllHCllttll. Tilings remain in tho several leagues pretty much as they have for a month past. Tho Chlcacocs aie three uames ahead of New York, but as they have to play tluoo or four games on the lattcr's ground It Is fair to presume that their lead will he cut down. In tlio American Association the St. Louis still maintain their strong lead. Plttsbtttg Is now second. In tho Eastern League tho Virginias are ttlll ahead. Lancaster is third, and Newark, Norfolk and Trenton tie for fourth position. KuNtcrn Lunelle, .5 m b a H P - a i2 d c. l'"! Nntlonnl 0 8 a 7 Ti si r' s 11 Lancaster a 0 S 1! 1 fi 21 r. '."J Jciffcj- city 0 a 0 1 1. il 1 ;i Wllrnlntun 0 1 1 0, 1, 2 0 l) 0 Nownrk I f' l 2 01 31 III ft 28 Norfolk 1 7 2 b t u () 2 2s VliGlllla V 7 1 10 S 7 Oil ftl Tienton I' I I. 2 C 6 1 0 28 (iiimei Lost ... ... . vtVi'S! uiuji'iairfaa llott tlio Itccoril StuinlH. AMiattCAN ASSOCtATION. II'OH. I.O'l. H'oll. Lllht. St. Loula 51 20 Athletic '.LI 41) I'lttsbuiir. . . 41 21) llnltlmoic -"I I'l I.oulslllo. .. 41 :u lltoolclyii .... 27 II Cincinnati. .11 Mi AIctiopolltaii..'."J IH national i.nAum:. Hon. hut. Won. J.ott. Chlcnpo mi 14 St. I.oulo 24 41 Now Yorlc,...(V) 10 Dutiolt SI 42 I'lOVliloncc 41) 21 Itoston 2J 4.'1 i'hihidoiphla...;jo :i6 liuirnio 20 40 TIliH oil Sloiilimillli, On tho raco to-day at Monmouth the winners should be about as follows: For tho llrst race, either Preclosa or Long Stop; for tho second race, St. Ait Utistlueor Itlehmoiul; for the third nice, uarncH or 'ieeumsen; lor tlie lourtli race, Sutlei -r Detective; for the fifth race, either Error or Bob Cook. Brighton races aro bird to pick, but they should eomu out something like thl: For tho llrst race, Harry Morris or Barney Aaron; for the second event, Commander or Short Cake; for the third raco. Chill or Moutauk: for tlie fourth. Shelby, Barnes, or Wandering; for the llfth, Llzlo Walton or Emigrant; for the last race, Thrco Cheers. Tho selections of tho Now Yoik Times aro as follows: For tho llrst raco Hei hot t should win and Panlquo get tho place. Second race Long Stop should be llrst, with J'leclosannd Ifalula close up. TMrd raeoIfatilno should icneiit her victory of Thursday, with Exile and uicnmniiti cioso up. Fourth nice LnuUetto llrst, Barnes gccomi. Fifth race-Sutler llivt, with Tattler ami Avaion close up. Sixth nice Torpedo to win, nnd Peter L. or Error second. ItlcjClo IIIICCH. Tho blejclo tournament and races at Athletic rail; mis afternoon ptouilse to 00 nigniy inreiesung. 'tlio principal races win no a one ami live-mile lace benyeen Mllo. Louise Aimahulo, the champion female blcyell-i, of the wotld, who will ride her bicycle against Harry Hlghani, tliolong-dhtanco champion of thowoihl, on a tilcyclo. AV. E. C'rlt of this city, will attempt to lower the world's half-nille lecord of 1;10 1-5. Tho refereo Is L. AV, Scciy, captain Capital Club; Judges. Jtudolph Kault' mann and Francis II. Noyes; timer, Max Ilnnsmanii, and staitcr, II. S. Owen. Tho ontrles and handicaps In tho third race to bo run In two-inllo heats to-day and Monday aro as fol lows: Seuirerlo. scratch, nlnk nml black; Stitheiland, 0 seconds, purplo; Snoddorlj', 10 scoonds, green ; Brown, 0 seconds, orange, and Burnett, 12 sec onds, brown. Tho races beeln nt fi o'clock. a .strnnr.N ui,i,. Olllrrr Uorinnn ol tlio I'ollcn t'orru I'ouiul Demi In IIIn Hot. I'tlvate John J. Gorman ot tho Police Department was found dead In bed at his residence, a 10 Massachusetts avenue, at G.. '!0 tills morning. lie had been a ictlmot apoplexy and heatt dlseaso for year?, lie was one of the oldest and most lerpected membots of the foice, am! for live years past he has been detalhd as a clerk In tho Propeity (Jleik's olllco at lleadqtiaiteis. lie was appointed oil tho foice Jtiuuaiy Ul, 1807, and was fit) years of age. llewas a unlive of Cork, Ireland, aud ptevlotts to Ids appointment on the police force ho wis a Hi iitt'iuuit In Hie volunteer service of the navy. Ills hinthcr, Mi chael Got man, Is also a meiuber of the foice and a cleik In tho Detective olllco Mr. Got man leaves llvo innthetloi.s children. Mr-. Gntman died only a fow weeks ago. Property Cleik Sylvester and the other clerks at Headquarters wero much moved by tho sudden death of their as sociate. The clerks at Ileadqinitcrs and the policemen have engaged hand some lloial tributes. Tho children nre loft In a pitiable con- (litlon, inured, without any icsomces whatever, and their ease Is one that de mauds the prompt attention of all charitably dlspocd citizens. Subscrip tions for'thls worthy obj ct will bo re ceived at Tin: Cnrno olllco nnd duly turned over to the proper authoiltles. o Speclnl I'.YciiiHloii to tlio Nentliorc. The exclusion lo-nlglit to Iho Eea shmo promises to bo a e,rand success. IVisons defiling to avell themselves of the low rate should eente their tickets utoiue. This maybe the last oppot Utility to Islt these delightful summer reotts at so little cost. Passeugeis who lslted Cape May on last Situtday night should pmchac tickets for this trip to Atlantic City, and vice versa. ,A grand sacred conceit has been an nounced to take place at both tliete te soits Sunday, which will add additional attraction to the exclusion. Faio for the loiuid (tip only $2. Train will leavo the ltiltlmoic& Potomac Railroad station at 10 p 111, .Satiuday, ai living at Capo May at 0 a. m. aud Atlantic City at o:,')0n. m.; letiiruing, anlve In Washington about midnight Sundie. llollintny I.oriKc Election. The following olllcers were duly elect ed at the tegular meeting of I). P. Hol low.iy Lodge, No. 18, last evening: P. AV. C. 'I'., Oliver Shaw; W. C. T., Geo. M. While; W. V. T.. Ada Ilollldge; It. S., James E. Ftost; F. S. P.ivtou Cow ling; W. T., Annie Sliby; W. ('., Au gustus Bob Tts; AV. M., J. J. Coulter; W. I. G., Mrs. J. Tiller; AV. O. G., A. M. Dewey, orgatiht, Clara Ilollldge; assistant lecorduig seerutniy, Llllle Dnuii; suppoils, Lucy Niedfehlt and Mis. Ghasnn. The following pro gramme was pieionletl for the good of the ouler: Organ solo, Mtv. It. E. Hagoi;diU't, F. C. Helmick and Miss Ada Ilollldge; reinatks, Mr. Gourlay; selection by Ilolloway (Juaitet; recita tion, Mi-s Annie Sibly; leading, Mr. Itctijimiu Swan; duet, Mr. and Mrs. S. If. Young. -o- WIHI' VASIII.OrON. Tiik Potomac's Hoi. The weekly club hop at Iho Potomac boat-lioit-e took place last night and was very much enjoyed, notwithstanding the heat, by the many fair ones present. CoaIi Iti:oi:iVEi. Sixteen boats loaded with coal have united since last report. Stoi.i: a Watch. Two eohued men, named Robot Bay and William AVest, were anested this mon.lngby Olllceia Warwick and Fisher, for steal ing :i sliver watch and chain fiom AVilllani Woodson, 'liic watch was found bulled Inn pile of ashes. Will lam West was leleased and Itay was held for thegiand jury. Tun Rivi:k's Condition. Tem perature and condition of water at 7 a. m.: uieat isms, tempeiatuie, sj; con dition, .'10; receiving leaeivoir. temper ature, S; cnndltluu at notth connoc Hon, ."1; (ondllion at south connection, i' distiibutliig leseryolr, temperatuie, So; condition at Inlluent gale-house, 'J7; condition at 1 lllueut gate-house, ,')0. KAHT WANHINdiO.V. Fei.Ii in a Fit. Mis. Frank AVulker, while walking on Thhd stieet near Aliglnia aenuo at I o'clock this morn ing, fell In a lit and was lemovcd to her home, Thlul and 1 stieets in a wagon by Olllcer Itauke. Inti:ui:siino Siiuvions. An In tel estlng piograinme of exeieWes for the meeting at Seamen's Bethel He treat has been piepaied for to morrow afternoon, Mr. A. Ifalstrom and sev eral other gentlemen will he picseut and deliver addiesbes. Complaint Auout Boys. '.lames AV. Miller has made complaint to tlie station-house that foiiki boys as sembled last night and tore down the foundation of a brick dwelling on South Carolina avenue, between Eleventh nnd Twelfth stieets, which he was constructing. Anacostia Building Assooiai ion. At a meetlngof tho Anacostia Build ing Association held nt Masonic Hull, Uniontown, last evening, the cotninlt tco on constitution submitted n icpoit. which was adopted ai.d ordered printed. One hundred and twolvo shares of stock' were subscribed and tho board of.dhcetois elected. The hoard will consist of the following well-known gentlemen: II. A, Linger, president of tho association;. Thomas Gray, vice president; D. L. pitcher, secretary; (J. F. Waton, Measurer, and D. 0. 'fountain, H. A. Gtlswohl, John Me Lean, W. M. King, John Mlunlx, II. C. Cioss, J. A. AVatson, John Applch nnd George Pylep. Books will bo Immedi ately opened by tho secretary for sub scilptlou to tlie stock of the association, and each director Is authorized to so licit, The objects of this association, as (Iceland in the constitution, are to furnish means for the purchase, Im provement and sale to the stockholders of teal estate, tho mailing of advances of funds to the mine, and by co-operation to aid thcin in prncmiug homo steads and sectmly Investing their monthly savings. Tho olllco of tho sec letary will be located at tho cigar and tobacco store of Pitcher Brothers, in Uniontown. Lrci'T thi: Navy-Yaud. Tho United States tug Phlox left tho Navy Yard yesterday for tho Naval Acadomy. The Dale- will tako tho place of the AVvandotto as rccelvlnrr shin at tho yard. No Clmntfc In IVcntltpr. The Signal Olllco authoiitlea say thero aro no Indications of any decided change of temperature for thu next twenty-four or forty-eight hours. AltMY AMI NAVY. Lieutenant Sidiree Smith, qti.it tcr tnastir Second Aillllety, U lejolclne; over a little son who was born last Sun day at St. Augustine, Fla. Lieutenant-Commander John C. Mo rong Inn been granted tlitco months' leave ftotn tho Wabash, at llowtoti, with permission to go abioad. Mrs. Elizabeth A. l'eny, tho mother of Lieutenant - Commander Thomas Peny, U. S. N., died hist Tuesday at her home at l'oit Deposit, Md. Colonel Allan II. Jackson, and Lieu tenant J. lines A. Gondlu, Seventh In fantry, ai lived at Fort Omaha hist Tuesday to take pait In Iho depart ment tide contest. lion. O. It. Train of Boston, the father of Lleutcnaiit-CoinmunderChas, J. Train, on duty at the Navy Depart ment, died last Tuesday at North Con way, In tho White Mountains. Captain Cahln Do AVItt, assistant surgeon, has been ptomoted to major nnd surgeon In the vacancy cteated July 21 by the death of Major Joseph 11. ism, pasting over uaptani ,1. v. De Hanne. The death of Captain Orsemus B. Boyd, Eighth Cavalry, July 2ii, pro moted First Lieutenant Ilcniy W. Sprole to captain of Troop If, and Lieutenant William A. Shiink to llrst lieutenant, Troop D. First Lieutenant S. Allen Dyer, Twontv-thlrd Infantry, has been io- lleved fiom duty nt the I-ort Leaven worth Army "School and ordcted to join ids company (SmlthV) nt Fort Putter, Bull'.ilo.N. Y. General Howard has been Informed by tho War Department that the maxi mum for Cavalry rudiments in the De partment of the' Platte Is S03, sixty-five men to a ti nop, and for Infantry regi ments oOO, or (oity-elght men to each company. Colonel William 11. Gibson, paymas ter, loft Foit Leavenworth last Monday witlt -Mr.", (ilnson. ami nccoiup.iuicil liy his clerk, Mr. W. W. Thrall and Mrs. Tluull, from S.in Antonio, lo tepnrt for duty as chief pa) master of tho De partment of Texas. General Audiew J. Smith, late colonel Seventh Cavalry and formeily commanding the Sixteenth Army (Jorps. nas assumed command 01 tlie new Volunteer Soldiers' Asylum, near Leaven woi Hi, whete he was joined this week by Ids faulty. Commander Itobley 1). Evans, U. S N., leaves heio this morning for his "tation at 11 iltluiote altera In ief visit. Dining the past two months he has been almost constantly alloat hi Hie Chesapeake .mil Noith Catnllua watei.s Inspecting and supplying t he light -house .stations. Tlie following enlisted men have been placed on the rethe.l list: Sir geant William Muivhy, Oiduaueo Do tatehment; Seigeaut Gcmgn Knoll, Company A, Thfiitentli Infantty; Sei geant John Muagher, Oompinv D, Tlilili'ciltli Iniantry.aiiill'ilvale Hairy Snowden, Tr6opG, Third Cavalry. Hospital Steward Frank (JrlsJ, 10 eontly appointed from private, battel y D, First Aillllery, and Win. Nu.ein, lecently appointed from piivate, tioop E, Fifth Cavalty, will repoit for assign ment to stations in Atl,)iia. Hospital Stewaid Clmiles Gomes, recently up pointed from private, bitteiy L, Fifth Artillery, has been nidered to tempor ary assignment to duty at Foit Tram bull, New Loudon, Conn., win re lioU now serving. Pilvato AVilllani AVIIsnn, fotmeily ot troop F. Seventh Cavalry, but now a recruit at Columbu3 BirrarlM, was taken to Cincinnati under guard last Wcdncda) to enable him to m airy a young lady of very lespceiable family theie, with whom he had been too Inti mate before his recent to enlistment. This was done by dliectlon of Lleuten-ant-Gcucial Shciidan. Wilson has set veil two eidl'linenis, and has a line itenid in Hie 'etv'ce. ClirlN Almor'N 0ieiilnir Cln is Aimer's! opening tlie night be fore last was a great sueees0. Fully COO of lib pillions and friends visited the large building and Inspected the stables, bottling establishment, the hit ters lightning hotilo-Vvie-her especially attiaeted a good deal attention. The dining room aud Its lints lunch also at tracted a eiowd, soiiiti fiOO plates of lunch were dealt out. On the second llonr, GI11 Is had Iris three different beers on diatight, theextia pale, the stand aril, and tho Ouliub'ieher, each one, especially tli. pale and half and half, was liberally dl-pented, ami the golden llnld was prahod unanimously the best ever tasted. During tlio even ing, delegations of Hin Washington Light Infantry, the National ltllles, Union Veteiau Coinpiny, first com pany ol the fhnniet Glut ris, the Turn veu In, and of the Giowlers eamo In aud wished Cluls a good Flint. MnJ'ir Urell, on behalf of Chris' ftlends in the Suigeon General's Olllce, presented him wllh a line gold watch. Tho place Lump's beer occupies Is a model of cleanliness and under the manage ment of Cluls Aimer. It cannot f til to bo tlio popular beer soon. Incursion to VlrKlnlu llcacli. Although It is comparatively a new resoit, Vhglnla Beach has gained a wonderful hold on the all'ectlons of tho people. The leinpeiattiro there is til ways so delightful, the surf Is so Invig orating, the air is so bracing, that tho place has shot into gieal popularity. Attention Is called to the advertisement of the excursion given by Captain Anderson this evening to thlsio-ort. A special train will bo inn from Noifolk. Mattresses will bo furnished fieo on the boat to tho'o who cannot get state rooms. A loom will be piovlded for ladles having 110 loom. 'Aldiirney Dairy IViiboiis." riosliAIdcriioy batter, thinned every morn hii; nnd diilhtred In )4 v. "Ward" pihits. UDo,, per ft. A so cottaw elieeso, buttorinllk nnd awootmllk, 5c. pcrijt, Croain, JOo. per pint. Rl.lflANT CAIIINKT PIKirOS, SL'.no l'EU iiiiuii, iiiwuyN hiktoshiiu Willi ulillilien; lapld piocebs; ncu Bpeeliiien. l.iirdner, 1127 I'll iivo, oer Vout'H. uul ill XrANTI.Ii-AN INTi:i,l,l(li:STHIN(lI.i:COI.- ' ' oied hidytonct as housolccepcr: one that iindti-laui s inuslo piefeucd. .wldiess Kail nruiivi, 1 iiiinjmieo. mil nt l?0't hau:-twostohv iiuicic mvi:M- 7 c !,(?!.?. mi and bathiooin, on iBt et n e, for S2,ti0(l, on easy terms. Another, immo lo cation, 7 looms and bath room, t'2,ti()o. Tyler A Itiithcrfoid. mil at nnii. vouno i.apv occui-Vino hi:at hi i,' ,??' RC(,0,I(1 mw orchostra elrclunt ..11.u1.t1 n iHiirsuuy mgin, wiioiioticoiiyouni; nun while tnlklim to a Kciitlunan, eeiul lilm heraddiess. itoineo, Ciltlo olllco. nuKit A YOUNfl MANDI3IUK8 TO KENT A l'tJU- -- lllsliml lnmti nnnintiln.it t. tm.ir l'ntiudti lmii.ii.w ;..... i. ...:..'" ii." ;...... J -.-it -;t iiimni Jiitiuruiaieiyi ruieium.u ua- uniiiRcd; nildross AI0110. Ciltio olllco. nul-at ifoit sai.u-a violFn math: in chin - rtinnn UtiU In ini7i r.n. i.h u..nn .. nmt't rt MI ! ! Will IIW 0UVII III F 0 8t II W, Ulll-ilt FINANCIAL. Now York .Slock JMiu-kat. Tlio following havo heen furnished hv .1. Vuncfl Lowls, broker, southwest cornor Eighth nun i- niiLui-f. NAME. I O. 7 if: 15 llNAMK, O. I 'iTl 5 N Y Con. I.Shoro.. Cnn 1'... NWot.. I)71ti l)75i Hrto ir.)4 -10 18 -ll 10'2jS 22)2 W 10a u'2;s -18 18Ji VOTii 70)4 Ij&Nnsh. .11! 111 Hll I'nclllo. on 1)8 1N.IC011... 1'28 IXl'il 471C. "Iirnf.... u.iio.ni i'i u 11 ,s v;.. I'nMnll...' W Union.. Mo I'll.... Tox fa... Dol& It.. Cull I'll... 120 '18 08J, III ll'l (18 I O10 Triillt ia; (li! I Itock IM 1-1)4 IWaliasli hum III! I H.'Ufi Oil OltlciiRo niurkoln. Tlio following summary li by II. K. Wain & Co., Ht. Cloiul hiilUlhnr, Math unit 1'' sticels: Wheat Auir.. Hept. Oct.. Corn Au., Sept. Oct.. Oats Aub .. Hojit.. Oct.. I'oilc Aiir. Sept. Oct.. bard Aiir. . Sept.. Oct... 8&: S7J6 mh 02W 45W -1552 15 2TM aM !25 10 15?i -ir.i O.-.7. 'Ml 1010 10 10 10 '20 10 '2D 10'27)4 1027)4 (1 55 (I (10 (1 07)4 (i fin (100 (Mr?1 on. II. K. Wain & Co., Ht. Cloud bitlldliiR, fur nlMics tho followhiK oil nuotnttons: Closed yes tenlnv. II8W.. Oncncil todnr. iiSU,'. hlchcst. mt)i, lowost. 08)4; '2;'20,8Ji. tVllllllllRtOU StOCltH. Tho followhiK aro tho closinu quotations of tho WnHliliipton Stools KxclmiiRo to day ns fur nished by Messrs. Towers & Oiecn, bankers: Did. WnsliliiRton A ncoiRctown bonds 110 Metropolian stock 10 Columbia stock Ul North Capitol mid Osti cut 10 Anucostla.. 10 Wnshhmton City Ousllitlit Co 1U(5 Ocorcelown (lasllRht Co Franklin Insur.incu Co National Metropolitan Ilisnrnnco Co National Union Insuraneo Co 17)4 Arlington Insurance Co inn Columbia Insurance Co 1 0,1)5 (leriunu-Amcilcnn Insuraneo Co l'2tl rotomuo Insuraneo Co 40)4 HIkks Insuraneo Co (1) Hoard of 1'ubllo Works ClrccnHs 01 Mnsonlo Hnll bunds lO.'l Washington Miuket Co.stook IS'fJ " bonds 10(1 Inland aud Seaeoast Co. stock " " " bonds Wnshlnpton llrlck MaclilnoCo. stock. ...IDS Hunk of Wnshlnston 00 Hank of Washington !U) National Metiopolltun Hank HID National Hank of t ho Hcpuhllc L'uniici.V nnd Mccnanlcs' National Hank (k'ort;e(ovn 145 Clt bens' National Hank 8ccondNatlon.1l llauk 107 Central National Hank (Ireat Tails Ieo Co Ileal IMato Title Insuraneo Co Pennsylvania Telephone Co Wi) Chesapeake & rotomuo Telephono Co.... 57 U. S. Klectlliil.utlit Co 11 H ami 1) (! linuils, llrlck Marhluo mid Metinpolllaii Itilllmad stocks Mimij;, o 1. Tlio "Niiii)iici'" In Court. Kobcit Kiy, alias "Snapper," was held for iho giand jury by .litdgo Mills to-d ly for laieeuy fiom the person In stealing a watch from William WIIon, nenloied man, who was (deeping on a pot eh on Maiketstrcet, West Washing ton, this mornlnir. llll.lt. (lOltMAN. On thu inoinlni! of Auitunt 1, lohu ,1. (loimnu. III the tilth je-U' of his nno. l'liucial will tako place fiom hlslatuiesl deuce, No '210 Massachusetts avenue noith west, Monday afternoon at -1 o'doik. -"Tiir.coMUAmirt okmuadi: post. No. fi. ti. A. it., are nollllcii to attend Iho fntiuiiil of our Into coimado, John K Parker, from (I rand Aliny Hall, corner Till and Ii bIh on Sunday, A our.-, at 1 P. m. JOHN 11. I)()W1, Post Commander. J. W. CONAIID. Adliitant. II FOR SALE AND RENT. n I A I. KNTATi: HUM. I.TIN OF TIIOS II. WAdOAMAN.'JITrtllcet. (Changes made Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.) THlti:i:-S'1011Y HKICIC AND FltAMK II0U8i:3 run ham: Noithwc-t tvtist, r ii, 4 is . . io.0.0 :i list, mi, moil imp, iu is ii.miij hXlifillisl. lib. mod linn. 11 is :im BUlfllliBl.li li, mod Imp. 81s I.ik) Snriflthst. lih, mod Imp, 8 is l.fi'tu !1 II st, lib, mod tin, 8 is l.f.uo HOT nth si, lib, moil lin.His 4.1m mil II 8t, lib, mod Imps, 8 is 4.111W rj cup si, ii n, 111011 mii, iuij . , ;ir,ini CU7NBt, water, till, 7 is :i,'-'i) ewoBTonv muni: anij fhamh: nou-hf rem hai.k. 100 nnd 40$ 1 lib stow, bh, in I, U rs rj,onn r 1 " lltli ri t bo, f Ii, 8r3 -2,liOtl 1211 PaavoBo, r ii, 8 is .nna i;lr 1st b w, and a houses In tear, f h, G id. -,.r4nl :il'2 and 311 M Bt s W, f h, 4 rs I,M 141 and H'l A H 8 e, b h, 0 rs 1,-vm 74Ctli8tBO, bh. t is l.OtM HIIS 1st SI 11 0, f Ii, 4 id 1,0,10 4IISniid410Ulh Bt B w, 1 h, Urd I.IVHI )7,U09nuaillt Mat bw, li h, 4rs l.OUO aiioitnmowN PitopmiTV vohham:. insaaisi si, mod inii), ir is in.cw) IlllUt Bt, b h, mod imp, 1l ra 8,500 H ocor CouiiiC'SS and (J ay sis 7,5111) Congress, bet Htodilard and ltoad sis., fi.lHk) tfili M si, mod imp, lo is :i,ood fil l-'ayetto Bt, HI is L',rjiMi) Washington Bt, bet ltimbaitoii aveand lli-all st e,4no lonaithst, fh, Vrs 1,8110 (heen and Neodwoodsts 1,000 Tudor Pahico, Valley at, bet (diodes and ilioddard 1,.Wii HOUSUS VOIl HUNT. Northwest. Per .Month. 1.142 Vtuvo, in i. fur. IU ra J200 00 Cor It Bt and Conn live, 111 I, hi ra USi ft) 1421 y st, m I, tur, 11 ra 100 (10 11.10 12th st, Ilia 7501I ivciM at, in 1. 12 is a- on mil Slst st, ml. 10 is 1,0 im 1110 10th Hi, 1113 (I,) IK) lllll) Corcoi nil st. 10 1 a fii) 00 1017 Mat, ml. 10 is mix) 431 Mat, 11 is 40 00 142i):i.'dst,in ,!) ib tciM) iWii.iBt,iir :kim 2121 IC st, 7 IB ai(ll) l2llTst,8lfl 2.-. 41) liWniirt 1711 Stli at, Ria Sil (HI (lit N Ynvo.Tia 2." 00 taoflTst, 7rs 2.'i) 711 Illth St. 2 IS lillK) 2HIU1I at.fiia a,-, IK) lS4ll2lhst, 111 I, fi rs 2.100 LOANS In sums to suit nt C per cent. '1 ho nbovo la only a small portion of property on my books. K01 full list cull at olllco lor bill kiln issued on Htiuul 16th. trcry utriiln or cold uttneks that muk back and nearly prostrates jou. DDHWHS e st THF a ST TONIC Mlrcii(;tliciiii tlio Miinclm, HIcmllcK tlio N rvi, I'urlcllcHtlioIlInnil, (JlvIVtvVlnor. l)n. .1. K MrniB, Valrflrld, low, bii -llrnnn'alrnn llllitral!) tliubi-st iron racdlclnvl liavokno,n Ininy IKIsoain' prutllco, I hrvo found It upcclnlly boneliclnl In norvuiis ur plijhlo I uiliauu lion, nml In all ilobllitatlnic ullmncts Hut hour mi lioovily un tho Djbtoin.UBu It fruily In my uwn family." (Ictiulno huHtrado markuiulcroiiRcil red linen ou wrupitr. Tnlio nn nlhl-r. Miulamlyliy IIIIOWN VIIKMIVAI. (IO HAI.TJMOIIi:, Mil. riADIFB' HiNU lloOK-nscfiil anil ottracllvo, iron Ulnlniclist nt liriim fur roclpo8,lifunuitlnii about coins, etc., ulren away by all d.nle.M In meiliclnu. or wullod to any oililrvei oa raccUt of So, ttamp. 87)4 HUM u'45 -IGj2 '25 '2.T 10 10 10120 10 '27 0 55 (I 00 (I (15 87? m -15 anw !2I '25 10 07)4 1017)4 10 '27J4 (1 55 II 57)4 (I (15 1 SSS IU. IJI -- W BE AUSTIN P. Eeal Estate 1426 F STREET .-fc-benx-tioxL gi-v-en. -bo Eeal Estate ax a!LX -ts BraxLclxes. Houses Bought, Vacant Property. Oily and XjOjIsTS negotiated, USE For Generntlfio Steam. For Cooklnrj Purposes, For Heating by Furnace. For Heating by Lalrolie, For Open Grates, eon walk WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY. 4(1 llushnls, UriiHtiml .... 25 liiietinli.Ornatiotl ...t'J 70 ... !t fid 6r0ellVBrmi to Any Part of THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. Wnj'M mid Hour or (icttliifr In mill Out or AViialiliiRlou, UKPAllTUlti: or KhIIkkhI TiuIiis irom llallliiHins .V rotouiiK! l))pol,,SWtli nml II NIll-lllM. For l!oston'2 11. in. (witliont cliaiino or raw.) Fur A'cw lli. 12:10, 7-15, 8:110, 9:10 (liinlli'd) and 11 a. in.; 'J, -1 nml 10 ). in, For Philttdilphitt 7:IG,8::3n,!):10nii(l1ln.in.; :!, -I, I'iiuhI 10 p. in. For Ittilthiwrc-tiW, 7:lfi, U-.'M, 0:10 ami 11 n.tu.; ii:.o.i,i, I, -1:25, 1:10, Oanil 11 ). 111. For Chicago, Cincinnati and tit. Louis !):I0 n. 111. and 7:10 p. 111. For JJnfl'uh, JUmira and jlanisbmg 9:10 a. 111. ami 10 p. 111. For Annapolis 0:.'ij a. 111., lit 03 ami 1:25 . ni. For Pope's CiccK J.inc 7-15 a. in., -1:10 . 111. l'lom lliillliiioio A- Ohio It. It. Dcput Coiner Ne- Jut-toy Aw-nuo unci O ftticut. For VaUiiiuneb, 0 10, 0: 10, 7;S0, 8.U0 ami 10 OJa. 111.; 12:10, 1:25,3 10, :30, 1:30, 1:10,5:10,0:10,7,8:251111(111 I). 111. For Annupolis li:10 (Sundays 8.20) 11. in.; lJ:10and 1:30 p. in. For Point of Jlocksl Ficditick 7:25 a. in.; 1:10 nun 11:10 p, m. ForJlurpei 's Ferry and Shenandoah Valley 8:10 nml 0.25 a. in., 6:30 and 9:10 p. 111. For aa;tha!biij-:2j, 8-10 and 9.25 a. in.; 12.30, -I 10, 5-30, 0 10 ami 11 -15 p. 111. For iriigcrstownw.'M 11.111. For Chicago dO a. in., 10:10 p. 111. For J'ittsbiirg0 a. in., 9 10 p. 111. For Iftw Oilcans (oxpi ess) 9.25 a. in. For Cincinnati, J.ouisvlllcnitdiit. Louis 3-30 nml 10.10 p. in. rrnni Alexandria A- l-'ri-ilt-i-li-kHliurfr, 'nml AloMiiiilrln A- AViishiiiKloii It. 1t.Sixlli anil II Slifclu, ltiiltlinoio A- I'oloiiiuo Depot. ForAlciandiia 0,7,9:25, 11 01, 11:35 a. 111.; 2.05, 4:20, 4:45, 0.25, 8.05 anil 11:37 11. 111. V Richmond and the South (i ami 1 1 :01 a. 111., ami 4:I5. 111. I-'ront ClicHiiiionUo .V Ohio IC. It., Sixth mill II MiuctH, Itiiltlinoro A- I'otouiau Dupot. For Cincinnati, St. Louh and South 11:10 11. in. nml 0:15 p. in, ForFoi I Mom oc, Aewpoi 1 1 ews und Norfolk 11 a. in. 1'iom WimliliiKton, Ohio A' Wuitorn It. It., Sixth nml It Mrt-otH, llnltlmoio A l'otomiin Dupot. For Aleiandiia, J.tcsbiirff and Jtound Hill Da. in, ami 1:25), 111. AKIUVAI, or Ti-uliiH lit llalllmoit, .V I'oloiiiuo Iciol hy lliillliiioio is l'olo 1111111 It. It. Ftom lloston 2:10 p. in. From New Yoik and PhiladdpUla 5:25,8.05 and 10.50 n. in.; 1:10, 2:10. 4.05, 7:10 and 10:10). 111. From JluUimoteWia, 8.05, 8:10. 8:00, 0.25 and 10:00 a. in.; 1:10, 2:10, 1.05, 0:50, 7:10, 8 and 10:10 p. in. i'Voia Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati li:!;o and 0.25 a. in.; 5:50 and 8 p. 111. Fom AnnuiiolisMO a.m.'. 2:10 and 5:00 , 11. 111. Ftom HiiJJ'uh, JUmira and Jlanisburg 9:25 a. in. mm n , in, Hy Aloxiindi-lii .V I'n-iloilt liHhiirg, nnd Aloxmulilii A: Washington It, It. Fwm Alexandria 12:10, 0.05, 8, 10, 10:10, n. 111.; 1, 3.05, 3:23, C:10, 7.05 unit ll;35p, 111. Mount Vurnon nml Mnmhiill Hull, Seienth Sited HVim (steanior Corcoran) l.cavosutlOn.iu.daily. Anivo -1 . 111. I.owor Collar I'olnt. Steamer Atmenlu Leaven at 0 a, in,, daily, oxcept Saturday. Vhiiiml l'olut (roloiiiua Itlvor). Steamer George Law Leaves at 8:10 a. 111., tinnday, Monday, Wedneiday nndiJaliuday aulv()0,30),iu, (llyiiiont. Steamer AUtty Washington l.eaveiallla.in,, Batiudays, lc-tiiinlng at Op. 111. Mackinaw Straw Hats Tho COlobrntOd MAOKINAW HT11AW IIAT8 manufactured bv DUHLAP &. CO. of Now York Now Itomly, I'enrl aud Don color, Dress and Derby lints In all shapes, at WILLETT & RUOFF'S, Bolo Agonts for Diinlap's Now York Hots, 005 I'liNNSYIWANIA AYEHDU, BROWN, and Loans, NORTHWEST. Sold and Rented. Sntoiita, Bonatit and Sol?. OOKE. It Is Easily Ignited. it Makes a Qulok, Hot Flro. It Does Not Bum Out the Gratu. It la Economical, It Wlll'Pay to Try It. uv tuk 14(1 UiiBholn, NotaniHhiil '2 l)(l 'J5 lliinlioln, NotUiiitiliHil a (io Vashlnolon or fieor(ielown.-Ti HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS, THE EBBITT: WASHINGTON, 1). 0. .UUIYANDHAYY UEAl)(jrjAllTEnS, Tour Iron Flro Escapes. JERlvlS-$3.00 and $4.00 5Per Day( Uakkis housi:. , , r.tlllOl'HAN l'l.AN. I'onii-nlvanlaavcuuo, near l-'oiiilcenth stieet, Hpeolal l.ites for Siiininur .Months. Ol.INTON HOUSi:, 7TII ANI I ST.S. 11 w; (list cI.irs tuhlo ho.nd and Ibirb mom ml ii'iisotinblo talus; location ccntial. W'.M. (). NAYI.OIt, lopilelor. t JyU-tf ST. .TAJIKS' iioTi:r lltlltOI'KANl'LAN, Hlxth Mlicct nml Pennsylvania nvenuo I. WOOIllllIIlY, Piopriotor. THE I0SEKAM, 1323 F Street N. W., (1pp. tho Ebbltt, WANIII.VtJTIlN, II. f. (Tho fllaiomlnn, Haratoaa Htaliifis, N. Y.) C. LOSEKAM, Proprietor. FINANCIAL J. VANCE LEWIS, BEOKEHi. Stocks, Grain, Provisions au Oil. I.o Droit llullilluu, 8th mill l-'St. Lan;o and amall (Jiiautlllus (strictly on Commission, I'llvutoWies, Constant Quo tntlons. Office open fiom 811.111. to Dp. m. J, EDWARD GOVE & CO., Him l'.Stu-utJf. Vt, AYllshliiglnii, 1). 0., Bankers and Brokers. ii:aii:i:s in Stocks. Grain, Provisions anil Petroleum in Fractional Lots on One per Cent, or more Marnln. Stocks, 10 to fifio Shared. (iialn, 1,00(1 to fiO.OOO lliishutrt. I.1111I, fiO lo film Tlorues. I'm It, fiUtofiOOllanolx. Nolnterost eh-iiKcd ror i-aiiylin;. Constant Quntntloiis. Spot eashuettlomenls, This Is tho best vtv.y to deal hi thoabovo uitlelus on a limited amount of capital, lyll tf TOWERS & GMEtf, Bankers and Insurance, l123 F Street Northwest, WA81IINQTON, D. 0. Transact a General Banking Duslnc83. IDeposits Subjecb to Check. Hpeclal attention plven to Depattmcntnl and otliur Oollecttouui liny iind bell IJ. u. Uonila mill nil District Hccuiltlos, Wo Issue Draffs and Circular Lotters of Credit on turopo and the East. U PLAIN & CO., Mr Grain, Provisions, Poiroloum, Stocks, St. ClouUUullUlnfif, Ninth and FSts. WAHlllNd'I'ON, l). (I, Olty llefuieiii-ea-Nnlluniil 11 null of the no-pulilii-, Ohlcapio Oorreopondciits-MII.MINE, 110D MAN 00. Uoastantquoiailoiioot tlieOlilrnKoaud New Yoru Mat liei3 from direct private- wlroii. V. U, LII.LEY. T. A. KBND1Q. P. B. Lffley & Co. BANKEH8AND BROKERS. Stocks, Bontls, Grain, Provisions anil Potrolnum. 1-127 IT BTHEUT H. W., WA8H1WOTON, 1), C. mtANon ornois-4 b. iioiiiday Bt Dnitimore ni i ' X . ..