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-3T -rj , V JW',,vf " x THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1885. T WASHINGTON CltlTIO. PublUhnl Itollv, .Viwdiiyi Hieeplcil, nv Tno Evening Critic PubllsliingCoinpany, HALLET KILROUHNTPrc-ddcnt, W. SCOIT TOWERS, Trcnurcr, H. H. BYLVESTEE, Editor. Office, No. Oil DStrccTTlVt Building, Wash liiRton, D. 0. THU CRITIC TELEl'nONirCAl.lils TiuL'. TEEMS: BlngloCopy 2 Cents Hy Carrier 3i Cents lly Mall, postage paid, ono j ear 91.50 lly Mnll, postngo paid, six montlu 2.60 Moll Bubscrltlous Invariably In advance. Address. 1HK WASHINGTON CRITIC, Washington. 1). C. Saturday, Aug. 15, 1885. Tin: Denver JVcies niakoj tliu follow lug inquiry: "Why would ll not boa Rood Idea to erect n cruud national li brary building In Washington, uud tnako It tlio nii'inoilul o( tlio old com mander? Such n structuro is really necessary, anil It would bo far more an proprlato as a memento of u man who was essentially tillll.iuliiti in his life than n mere funeral pilu of metal or marble." It is u good Idea, but tho better ono as already suggested by Tiik (Jmtio and destined, as wocon(ldontly believe, to efl'ect permanent lodgment In the favor ol Congress nnd the people, is the erection of a memorial arched btldge across tho Potomac. Wo have stated herd of ore tonic of the reasons for thus cotumcmoiatlug tlio immoiy of the great soldier, to whoso hciolsm and courage tho Union owes so much for Its unbroken umintoiiauos. The ap propriateness of such a strucluic oin not for 11 moment bo questioned. In an architectural point of view it could bo made of surpassing beauty and grandeur. It would l.u capable of nitisllc adornment to a degree lnipo33lblo In a monumental shaft or even in any gioup of statuary Hint might bo devised. To this conclusion TmiCnmo feels quite sure the public judgment will hooncror later come, however wary it may bo at llrst, of a proportion that we admit to be somewhat startling in its (iiiglim'.lly and uniqueness. Hut wo mo glad to eco that oiirestecuiedootiteiiiporiity of tlio Rocky Mountains lias cut loo5u from tlio tamo and stilted idea? tint so geneially obtain concerning memorials of the lllustilmis dead. The country 13 sick ami tiled of colossal iimthliiij and naked obelisks andbiokeu columns anil outlandish bronzes. It would honor such a man 115 Grant with a monument eloquent with suggestion! of 11 glorious futino as woll 113 rich with Instructive lessons from the past. o The scandal which tho safe men are stirring up in tlio Treasury is well worthy of olllclal attention. They start out with tho theory that safe burglary is one of tho most progressive of mod em uits, and that Treasury vaults and safes of to day should bo as much su perior to thosu of loity years ago as tho cracksman's toots of thoptesent time aro to those of tho List goncrution of burglars. The manufacturers claim that the burglar-proof and llrc-pioof vaultG for which tlio specifications call would be neither Ihe-pioof nor burglar proof. Tho safo makers laito another question lellecting on tlio business methods of tlio Treasury. They say that It is pretty well known at what places safes and vaults will have to bo built and of wh.it sizes, yet no In timation of these f lets is glvo.i to bid ders. They aro called upon to agree to construct a vault for so much per foot, ignorant of whether their work is to be performed In New York or in Alaska. The casual observer would in fer that there U room for admlulstra tlvo reform If any of these complaints aro well founded. SECRETARY 1JAYAHD lltr? tho tl Uo American spirit and thu backbone to make it manifest whenever occasion re qiilics. Ueltig informed by thu Aus trian Government that Minister ICeiley would not bo acceptable to the court at Vienna became hit wife was a .Tow- ess, Mr. Bayard responded that this country has a Eiipieine contempt for race prejudices nnd rcllioii3 distinc tions and could not bo expected to humor Mich sentiments in othcis. He. marking further that as long as tho Austrian Minister remains in Washing ton ho U sure to bo treated with courtesy, ho Intimates iliat no great void would bo created should ho bo re called. This is a sensible uud dlgnilled way of Uniting the question. Austiia can Hud no rensonablu fault with It, nud every American will eoidially up prove It an an evldenco of sound states manship nnd trim patriotism. Tiik piend of tlio cholera in Euro pean uountiies, melancholy and dis tressing aq it is, especially In Spain, lias not yet assumed propoitlona which tho sanitary authorities of tlio United States regard as Immediately alarming. There is no reason, they say, for considering the danger this year ony greater than that of a year ngu, nor why the precau tions thou taken for our protection should not bo ctlectual now. In tlio opinion of Surgeon Gciural Hamilton American danger must pioceed from an outbieak of tho epidemic in Cuba or England, and in elthcrcvent every pos sible energy would bo directed to efll cient quarantining against it. The policy of bringing nil hostile or rebellious Indian under military Biibjcc Hon Is tlio only ono capable of cIVoctlvn enforcement, and upon this point thero is at last entire agreement between tlio Interior and War Depaitmonts. Moral suasion can have no ellect on an Apacho renegade, nor Is an ordinary Indian ngoncy capable of applying (lie disci pllno necessary to keep him oil' tho vvar path. Nothing but tho strong arm of tho Government can exercise tho proper restraining porter over snvnges who aro reckless or treacherous enough to defy tho Government's; autlioilty. Punish ment must preccdo tho reformatory. ' o Tin: system of quick delivery of let ters which will soon be put Into opcta Hon will doubtless prove very popular and useful, and out of it Is bound to glow another Improvement in our ex cellent postal service. That Improve ment will bu quick collection. No par ticular fault can bo found with the present system, ami it apparently satis fies everybody, but In these go ahead days wo want nil of tho improvements that wo can have, llapld delivery Is one uud rapid collection will go hand- In-hand with It. Arrangements for tho lchubllltri- Hon of Tins Ciirrta liavo so for pro gressed that wo hope to present the paper to our readers on iuouuay 111 11 biauil now diefs anil considerably en larged f 01 111. Thodinicultlcs thathavo beset its publication since the Into llro have been numerous, burdensome and vexatious; but the smoke has lifted and tlio way Isclrar. Wo aro inpidly get ting out of tho wilderness. Tiik St. I1011U Republican is scarcely gallant In Its ciltictsms of Miss Pliuibo Coti.lns, the deputy United States mar shal In. that city, for endeavoring to have her father retained lu olllce. It has hunted up her record and announces that she was a llutler man in tho last campaign. o lT.Ol'Ij: IN GENi:ttAL. Majoii Hen: 1'khlky Pooiik has nearly completed his biographical me moir of General Giant. KX-SKNA'IOK WlLLAUD Saulshuiiy of Delawaic ! at Saratoga with ills brother Senator Eli Saulsbury. A man lu Montlcelio, On., has a hen lojearsol age It Is tuporlluous lo say that there is not a boarding house in the place. Emv'AHD Valentine, a Virginia sculptor of note, is to recelvo 15,000 for a bronze stutuo of General 13reckeu rldge, to be erected In Lexington, Ky. W. G. ItoMNSON, who lives at Auburn, N. Y., Is making a model for a heroic statue of Mr. Sswaul, to bo cast lu liiou." for Siwurd Park lu that town. Tins law Ilbraiy ol ex-Attorney-Generul llrev.Mer ni. Philadelphia Is consldeied by leading members of the bar tlio finest piivate eol.ectlon in the country. ''Seven-eighths of tho callers at tho White House come for political purposes." "Well, what of it? What else should they call at the White House for? N. Y. Graphic. S. H. Elicins, who has been spend ing tho summer uiih his family at D.'er Pai k, staited Thursday night for Smta Fo, New Mexico, to spond 11 month be fore returning o New Yoik city. Mit. Charles SCKUiNr.it, the well known publUhtr, and Congressman William Walter Phclp3 of Eng'ewood, N. J., aio sojourning at Siiatoga. 21r. Phelps Is nccompinied by his family. Colonel Ed. Hioiiahdson of Mis sissippi lias 23,000 acres planted in cot ton, and oxpiets to make between six teen and seventeen thoitsind bales the largest crop ho has over picked. D11. J. D. ScilWATKA of Baltimore lias been elected ascciato demonstrator of anatomy in tho Baltimore Medical College. Dr. Schwatkals a cousin of Ltcuionaut Sehwatka of N'lthPolo fame. Ex-President Aktiiuk will nnlvo nt Newport to-morrow morning. Ho will be accompanied by Mr. Charles E. Miller of Mew York, nnd will proceed Immediately to West Island, where they liopo to c .itch plcntv of bass. Mr. Arthur will return to Newport and bo cntei talued by many of tho leading cot tagers. o Auk Sir. IIlKKliio. Editou Critic: In ycjteidav's Came you my: "Tho Itiebmond Stale propounds the following conuudiuni: 'Who can doubt tint Itobcrt E. Lee and Stonowall Jackson would have voted the Democratic ticket?' Give us a harder one." Heioitis: "If the spoils dent belong to tho victors, to whom do they be h.ne?" J. P. Warwick. Washington, Aug, IB. 0 A Ilnrlc, Itlcli niiiltiK-llooin. "Just liavo your walls hung with paper Imitating maroon leather," says Mis. Hester M. Poole In tho last numbir of Good Housekeeping, "over a widnscollug live feet high, of pine, painted in imitation of bronze. Tho ceiling miiit be a still lighter bronze, nnd tho Elrlps dividing It Into panels of tho darker bronze. Let tho doors nnd mantel bo also of bronze, of two or three shades. For a frieze, liavo strips of wood an Inch nnd a-half wldo hy a quarter of an Inch thick, nailed so us as to cross each other diagonally, far enough apart to make the diamonds nhout thrco Inches wldo and four, or more, long. These are to bo light bronze on a background of thu daik shade, or even on tho maroon paper. I omittcu to pay that all tho ornament on tho celling strips, should bo a knob, wlioro they intersect. Tho open fire place, with sides ofpiesscd brick laid In cement leaving an opening at least two feet high must liavo five log3 and a hanging crane and chain, or basket grate. Of couro tho wood of ilio plain mantel and sldo brackets and shelves, or glass, will also bo bronzed, and your pictures on tho wall will bo uncolored, either engravings or lino architectural photographs." 0 Harper for September. Mr. Holiort Heallls In receipt of -;;'. Monthly Magazine for September. It Is a number of unusual interest, mid contains nmong other attractive papers Gcncuil Hornco Potter's "Remfnls conccs of General Grant," with a now porttalt. SPECIAL NOTICES. ssr HA1UII5HS. A rnrotlmr of tlio Barbers' Union will lio I. eld TUESDAY NIOIIT. AiliflUl 18, 1883, corner Gth and Gsts. 11. w. Having secured for our pormnncnt use tho linll, It will lo our placnfor future meetings. Hy order M.W. mH2-0t JAH. A. FORI). Boorotnry. ivwNOTIOE. A "GENERAL MEETINCt llsy of tlio stookholdors of tlio Metro politan Mining & Manufacturing Company of tlio District of Columbia (as reorganized) will Im hold nt No. 1013 North Mh St., Phlln dolphin. I'll., oil THURSDAY. August 20. 1885. nl 12 ni for tho purposo of electing 11 Hoard ot Directors to (ervo for thn ensuing yenr. A.1I. BOOKINS, nu-ld President. W&'rtlOSEl'EllSONB WAtTINQ" KOIl ' WAGON UMIHIKLLAB Aro Informed Hint, wo tinvo Just revolved II vo eases. I'UICn 1.73. BTINHMETZ & BON, 1237 l'cnn. nve. j3F0K DIAHIIIIIEA, CllOLKRA INFANTUM, $fo (J1I0LEKA MOItllUS, CRAMl'S IN STOMACH, Uso CERTAIN CHOLERA CURE. A.IIROWN. P.O. Ilox 1. NolhlliK like It. Jy'J3 bECONOJIY AND SAFETY. For Vnpor Btovcs uso only DANFORTII'S I'LUID. For tho Host Stovo buy tlio DANFORTH. DANFORTH FLUID CO., . J)'JI 70T Dth 6t n w. WjOpTlIi: OICLKIIItATISD IlliSrUIl" Ilraiul, PATENT MINNESOTA FLOUR. Fur unto only by 11. g. KKVvvoiiTir, 5'JO 7th at., Bolo Proprietor. ijarWASHINOTON SAFE DEIwFtU, BIO l'cuuil. Ave. N. W. Tho Company will rent unnll private safes lu Its new FIRE AND IlUROLAR-l'ItOOF VAULTS fiomfSloSlOO, nccordliig to size. Bllvcr l'Into and articles of vnluo mny bo stored and insured for nny length of tltno nt very rcnsouablo ehnrKCt. t Jo3-ilm TSbKI'I'A IUJNTON JEFF GIIANDLEIl VSE of Vlrsliiia. of Missouri. HUNTON &C1IANDLER, Attorueys-at-Law, Will practlco lu the Supremo Court of tho United suites, tho Court of Claims, tho Courts of tho District of Columbia; boforo tho Com mittees of CongrCFS and tho Departments. Otllecs: Nof. 37, 33 and 3'J CORCORAN BUILD INO. Jo25-tf yjKSaj.THE BEST MEALS IN THE CITY WCS ONLY i!5 CENTS. Excellent lunch 10 nnd IS cents. THE GARFIELD DINING-ROOMS, J03 F st. n. w. Rooms for rcut. Strictly temperance. Jc2Mf W. T. CRUMP, l'roprtotor. rtjajlIOTEL DUIIOUIS, 1723 1'cima. Ave. N. W. RESTAURANT A LA CARTE. Summer board By tlio uoek, S5; by tho month, $22. my4-3m g-tgSaA C A U I). To all who aro tuHcrlng from tho errors nnd Indiscretions of youth, nervous v, enkuess, early decay, loss of manhood, An., I will tend nre clpo that will euro you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy iwis discovered by a mis sionary in South America. Send a sell-ad-dressed envelope to tho Rev. Joseph T. Iumau, Hatton 1), iYeiii 1'ort City. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR UNIFORMS. DKl'AUTMKNT OKMETKOrOLITAN POMCR, Washington, D.O., Aug. 10. Ib85. Proposals will bo received by tho under signed up to 12 o'clock at noon August 21, 1SS3, for furnishing two hundred Winter Uni forms, moro or less, for tlio Metropolitan Po lice, tho snmo to bo mtido according to regu lation pattorn nnd of goods equal in every tospoctto sumplo to bo seen ut this olllce; also for two hundred AV Inter Huts, moro or less. Tho right la reserved to rojootany or all bids WILLIAM McE. DYE, null-3t Mijor nnd Bnpt. Mrt. l'ollco. FOR SALE AND RENT. REAI. icstati; iiCLi.r:riN T1I03. 13. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street. (Changes mndo Wednesdays and Saturdays.) THREE-STORY BRICKAND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. S20lEtuc,b b.mod Imp, 15 rs...... $17,000 211 A Bt so, mod imp, 12 rs 8,000 1102 Mil nvos w. Ij li. mod Imp, 10 rs.... 5,000 HON J nvo a o, b h, 11 rs 4,000 311 0 st s 0, 1) li, mod Imp, 10 rs 1,000 325 to 333 Cst 8 0, b h. 111 i, cnollOrS.... 4,000 211 12th st a w, b h, mod Imp, 10 rs 3,500 SI K st n c, b 11, mod Imp, 10 rs 3,2r0 4KiOst8 w,bh,8 rs 3.000 219 10th stSO.f h, 10 rs 2,500 TWO STORY BUIOK AND tfRAMK HOUSES FOR HALE. 1017 Vt av 11 w, b h, 7 rs .$5,001) 1019 li st 11 w, 1 h. fi rs.nud 3 houses In lour 5,000 2120, 2128 anil 2130 K st 11 W, b h, 1 rs (,000 1129, 1131, 1133 nnd 1135 21th bt, b ll, 1 rs... 5,001) 122Dstn w,bh, mi, 7 rs 1,700 1153 and 1155 20th st n w, b h, water, 5 rs. . 1,200 1531 nnd 1530 8th bt ii w, li h, m 1, U rs 1,100 1)21 and 923 20th stn w, fli,5rs 3,ooo 2118, 2120 nnd 2122 F bt ll w. b li, m i, G rs. , 3,(W0 1921Istnw,bli,ml, 8rs 3.000 UNI&trROVKD I'ltOPEIlTY FOR HALK. Northwest. Per Foot ICst,botlGth and 17th $3.00 ICst, bet llth and 15th 2.75 lTllinnd 1' Bis 2.00 N Y nve. bet 0th and lOlhsts 1.75 HwcorHtlinudOsts 1,50 SocorUthnndOsts 1,50 Ost,bot8thiindUtli 1.50 Uthst, botOandl' J.N) 18th st, but L and M 1.5G Nil nve, bctMnndNsts 1.50 HOUSES FOR RENT. l'cr Mouth, 1310 Corcoran bOiw, fur. 10 rs $75 00 2031 1st, n w. mod Imp, 13 is 52 50 1314IlBtsw,uiodlnip,0rs MOO onQstnw, modltnp.l) rs 45 50 031 2d st s w, mod Im p, 0 rs 45 00 0172dstu w, mod Imp, 9 rs 37 50 135tllstsw.ml.0rs 35 OJ 1119, 021, 023, 02.5, 027 ntld C29 2J St II W, 111 I.Ul'SOilCh 3133 KltNYavoil w, 7 IS 2.5 m 2207 lllll bt 11 W, 10 w 23 00 STOR13 AND OFFICES. l'cr Mouth. 029 La hy u w, btoro, Irs 3100 00 027 La av n w, btore, 5 rs loo 00 I25126tn W, btoro 30 00 I, st, bet 12th nnd laths e, btoro 25 00 RoomA.OtliBtmid l'navanvr " 00 ItoomKI, 2J50 ItoomlS, " " " 22 50 018FBtuw,room3 20 00 MlFbtn w. Sdtloor 15 00 (luutou biilldldgnw, room 25,olllco 13 00 LOANS In bums lo suit at C per cent. , Tho above is only a small poi Hon of property on ray books. For full list call nt olllco for bul letin issued on Ut and 15th. EDUCATIONAL. Sl'KNCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE, COR. Oth nnd D sts n w A practical business education that (liiallllos young men nnd wo men to support themselves and successfully porform tho netlvo duties of llfo. Thorough Instruction given in rapid writing, tlio English language, correspondence, rapid.calculatlons, book-kcoiilng, business prautlco, commercial law, pollflciil economy, stenography nnd type writing. Regular day nnd evening sosslous ro sumed Tuesday, September, 1, nt O a m and (I p m, Olllco open for arrangements hy tho your or quarter on nnd nftcr Monday, August ill. A full coins of teuchors. Illustrated cir cular, giving full Information, sent f rco on op p cat on. IENRy a 8I,KNCKUi principal. MRS, bauaa. HfJiWUiilt, vicc-rniicipni mHE NORWOOD INSTITUTE (NEAR 14TH L St. Circle) will open SeptcmbcrSO with a full corps of accomplished instructors. A complete knowledge of French prncticnl ns well ns scholarly given in tho shortest time. Address MR. and MRS. W. D. OAIIEL, Principal, 1212 nnd 1211 14th st. n. vv. jl3 D ON'T FAIL TO VISIT DOOLF.Y'fl R1ALTO FOUNTAIN, 31 St, nnd 1'a.Avp.S.K. 11ESV SODA WATER IN THE CITY, PERSONAL. T.ADI1I3 MY ELnOTHIO NliEDLH 19 -1-1 tho only process which posltlvoly do strojs Biiporlluous hair by killing the roots Instnntly, leaving no marks whatever; wrllo forpiirtlouliirs; olllco hours nflor3u. m.mll day on Sundays. Mndamo Gabriel, No. 013 G st ii wt null-flt OLDPICTU11HS COPIED CAHEFULLYi elegnnt, wolpflnlshed work; nnyslza or slylo:good facilities; priced low. National Capital Cpvjng Companyj927 1'n nve. IPXOELSIOH fJLOCK reVairino DE J pot, No. 058 Pa nvo casts all ordors promptly attended to; nil kinds of clocks for saloon monthly or weukly payments. .T. (1. HATES. nulOm DOES IT BI5KM POSSIIILF, TO GET A llrgt-ulassinunl for 2.1 or toe. when von could not buy tlio crude matorlnls In tho market for 1 ? Well. sir. tho Forsvth Cafe. 518 10th st, does servo 000 Biich moalsevorv day. Jy29 CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. QUE8 tlons and answers In nil subjects. Send TEN conts. Ivy institute 800 K Bts n vv. Jy28:lin TYPEWRITING DEPARTMENT! EXPERT OPERATORS; tcroiul-liniul tyno-w rllcrs for sate; all kliidi; telcpiiono no. 112-2. GRAPH OFFICE." F bt. "I'Al.l. J5-21.II IjV H. YOUNGS, STEAM CARPET CLEAN JU Ins nnd renovating works; feathers rcn ovatcd, inattrcsios mndo over, fiimlturo steamed ami moths destroyed. 1422 P. nvo. Fnclory, corner 5th nnd R stss. o. JolS JAMES RUTHERFORD, DEALER IN FINE Family Groceries and Provisions; nlro VVlnrs nnd Llipiors, 00(1 1) st. n. vv. Spcclnlty mndo oi I'nro Anion rriui v incgar. DR. LEON," THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED nnd only reliable Lndlos' Physician in tho city, enn bo consulted dally, -101 0 St., hot. -1 and nth st. n.w. Prompt treatment. Corre spondence and consultations strictly confi dential. Sepurato rooms for lndloi. Ofllco nlwnys open. Jo5 PATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE EX X collout mculs for lBots. Call nnd try. Lo Droit DJnlmt lloomsL8iali,8t. n. w. my28 rpiIEVERY BEST BUSINESS PEN MADE. jl bom uy nu stationers. Send 7 !2 cent stamps for F.im nln ilnz. foWnsh. IngtonPhonogiaphlo lleauauartcrs, wnshliig- tOIljJl.JJ. JL. KEHVAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE., EN- graver. Plato nnd DO visiting cards, 80 cents; 50 cards from samo plato, do cents; 100 cards printed from plato. 75 cents. MEDMNEFOlfDOtrS. All Dlsoascs Cured. GEOROE VVOOLDR1DOE, ool.l Cor. dtjist. nnd Md.jiyo. s.jv. LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY" nro perfectly safo nnd nlwnys effectual. Scaled particulars '2c. Wilcox SpoclOu Mcdl clno Company, Philadelphia, Pn. LADIES- PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHI Chester's English"), tho only genuine, shfe, certain and effectual. Scaled particulars -lo. Chichester Chemical Co., 2313 Madison si in.. I'liiindPipnin, ra. irii FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. Advertisements of '111 roe Lines under this heal Inserted thrco times forSiceuis. TfOlt SALE-THREE PERRY COMPEN--1- silting Cnrts; these curls oro freo from zig zag or hnrso motion. Cull and oxamlnothom nt 123012th Bt n w, Mt Vornou Livery Stables. nul0 3t WANTED-4 GENTLEMENllOAItDERs" nt 2310 G st n w; cars and herdlcs con venient. miS-31 TTIOR SALE - FOUR LlVEIt-COLOHEI) Ooidon suitor pups. Apply nt 2110 M st n w. nuS-St F rOR SALE- A 12-horse power Engine and boiler Jo20-tf Apply ut Crltlo Offlro. MONEY TO LOAN rpo LOAN-J2.000 ON GOOD HEAL ES L tnto security. Addru33 ,1. VV. U Crltlo olllco. null-31 to-i AA TO $500 TO $10,000, AND LARGER 3pXUU sums on renl estate; lowest rates; call now. WM. F. HOLTZMAN, Attorney, 1321 F st. u. vr. Je23-lyr I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON OOOD RE&L oetnto or collntoral security nl lowest rates ol tntnrest. No delay wlmn security Is good, O.O. OREEK, Room 1, Ilromen'e building, cor. 7th and Lit, nvo. nnl4-tr flTCAPlTAL rfilZE 575,000.-Sl Tickets only 83. Shares in Pioportion. IA S. L. Louisiana State Lottery Co. " ll'c Io hcrtby certify that ue cupentse the ar rangemcnU for all the Monthly ami Sanl-Annual Drawings of The Iullana State IMcry tbm nany, and In person manage and control the Draw vi'ii themsdut, and that the name are conducted ulth honesty, anna and In good futth toicard all paittet,and tee authorize the Company to usethlt certificate ulthae-etmtlcs if ourtltinaluics attached, In lu tuliei UtKincnts." G. T. Beauregard, J. A. Early, Commissioners. Incorporated in lbGS for 25 yenrs by tho Legis lature for Educational and Charltabto pur poseswith n capital of 81,000,000-to which a reserve fund of over $350,000 has since been added. By an overwhelming popular vote its fran chise was mndo a part of tho present Stnto Con stitution, adopted December 2, A. D, 1879. The only Lottery over voted on and endorsed by tho pcoplo of any Statu. II nccer scales or postpones. Its Grand Sluglo Number Drawings take placo monthly. A Fploudhl opportunity to win a fortune. Ninth Gland Drawing, Clasf I, in tlio Acad emy of Muste, Now Orleans, Tuesday, Septem ber 8, lbS5-181th Monthly Draw lug. Capital Prize, $75,000. 100,000 Tickets nt Flvo Dollars Each. Fractions, in Fifths, in proportion. LIST OF FRIZES. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE ?75,000 1 do do 25,0110 1 (In do 10.000 2 PRIZES OF $0,000 12,000 5 do 2,000 ,..,, 10,000 10 do 1,000 10,000 20 do MR) 10,000 100 do 200 20,000 !ioo do loo ;a),ooo 500 do DO 25,000 1,000 do 25 25,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Approximation Pi Izcs of 8750 (1,750 9 do do 500 1,600 9 do do 250 2,250 1,9C7 Prizes, amounting to 8205,500 Application tor rates to clubs should bo mndo only to tho olllco of tho Company lu New Or leans, For further Information wrlto clearly, cUlug full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express, Mouoy OrdciH or Now York Exchnngo In ordinary letter. Currency by Express (nil Biimi of to and upwards ut our expenso) addressed M. A. DAUPHIN, Now Orlcnns, I.n. Mako P. 0. Money Orders payable and address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, Now Orleans, Lit, OK LOUISIANA NATIONAL RANK, Now Orleans, La. STATE NATIONAL HANK, Now Orleans, l,u, G RUMANIA NATIONAL HANK, Now Orleans, Ln. GEORGE A. ARMES, REAL ESTATE BROKER, CLAIM AGENT AND NOTARY PUBLIC, No. 1337 F st. ii. w Washington, D, a, Opposlto Ebhltt House. For Snlo Property in ovcry Stnto niid'fcril tory In tlio Union; nlso elegnnt residences nnil vniunhlo property nt bargains iclcct building sites overlooking tho city. If partlui having property for saloorront will lcuvo list nt olllco tho samo special in ducements will ho given. Relerenccs Brig, nnd Bvt. MoJ.-Gcn. W. B. lUzcn, Chlcl Signal Olllccr, U. S. A.; Sheila bargcr A. Wilson, attorneys; Whcntlcy Bros., lunitcr dealers. Jy23-lni BB AMUSEMENTS. A MUlltm'X Mrnuil Oncrn-lTnitNc. Tuoflunv nnti weiinesiiuv Kvculngs, I'll IS JMliKKl VA1(. Thursdny, Friday nnd Saturday Evenings, l'ATIIJNOK. NojtWcok-I)ONNA JUANITA. TUUAT11U coaiiuuK. SUMMER GARDEN. Evory Night This Weok nt8.30. Matlncci Tuesdays, Thursdays and Batur daya. ALICE ARLINGTON'S COMHINATION. 20 Artists. 20 Novol Minstrel Scclio. Next Weok Allco Ontcs' Combination. JrVANTED HELP FEMALE. Advertisements nl Tlirro Lin en under this bend tniierled three limes tar 25 cenls. WANTED-AGOOI)llHLtAHLEOIltLTO do light housework ln n fiinall family; no other need apply. 317 Pa nvo.ovor fruit store. nuto-3l WANTED HELP MALE. Advertisements ol Tlirro Linen under thin head Inserted llirco limes lor 25 cents. WANTED-A FIHSTCLA83 WAITER; ono to mako himself genornlly useful; must be well lecomnicndcd, Apply ntfll I st n w. nul2-3t WANTED SITUATIONS. AdvcrtlieuicnU ol Tlirro Lines under this hpad Inserted three times for 20 cents. WANTED-DRESS-MAKING IN A PHI- ' vote family by the week. Apply nt 919 flthstnw. nul2-3i VANTCD-A RESPECTAHLE WHITE ' woman wniits n placo to dochiunber work nnd sow; willing to do dining room work; best of city references can bo given. Addresill S, Critic lllco. aulLill WT ANTED -SITUATION: SIX YEARS' ' ' oxperlonco in 11 ll Commissary; prefer puicons eaicsniau or oriunmer in some wnoiO' sale bouse; anxious rorsltiuillon; best re I er ciiccb turuisiieii lrom into employers, u dress J VV Woolfolk, Onkliind, Lotllsn. Co., Vn. anil (it WANTED-HY LADY COMPOSITOR, A Bltuntlnti Imincd lately; will work ehenp. Addicss M IL Crltlo olllce. , nul03t; WANTED-A SITUATION HY ACOL orod boy. ns driver, hostler or waiter; can furnish lofcrCnccs. Address It ll, Crltlo olllce. nu5 :u WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. Advertisements DfThrro Lines ttinlcr thlshcnd Inserted llireo lliuea fur S.1 cents WANTED-TO TtlfNTON SHARES, dairy uud truck farm, rendy stocked, or will miiniuro Ihosnuie. Address Postmas ter, Brooks. 11. O. ntil2-3t ITrANTED-TO HUY AN AJIATEUIl ll prlntingoutflt on ensy terms. Address OR II. Crltlo olllco. nul3 3t WANTED-TO I1UY A GOOD SHOW'", wliidnu-. tint leps f twin TiYfl. Ad.lrnaa l',!H I) St II W. HllR-.1l WANTED-TO HUY FOR CASH, A ' ' small brick or frauiohnusv, 5 toSroomb; In good repair; In u w section. Address Ilox 0, Ci Itlo olllce. u8-3t TVTANTED-L. lllOE. NO. 490 MAINE ' ' nve; enrpots to clean; mattresses re ninde; fontlicrsienovntrd. FOR RENT ROOMS. Advcitlsementsnt'lhrce Lines mider this lirsd inserted three times lor 20 cenUi, POR RENT -THREE UNFURnTsHED J- coiniuuulcating looms; all mod lm: would rout for $10 to a permanent touaut. No. 1801 12th stn w. null-3t TfOR RENT -ROOMS FURNISHED OR L uiifuinlshod, on 31 llonr; Bouthcru ex posure; coiivonlcnt to cars, nnd herdlcs puss tho door; tho Uncst view in tho city. Apply ) 1st st bo., cor A. null 31 TjlOR RENT-3 VE11Y DESIRA11LE UN x furnlshuil looms, 21 tlooi; hot and cold wutor; at 1107 G st n w; icfercnces ox changed. nul2-3t TiiOR RENT-ONE LARGE, NEWLY VUR x nlshod loom; quiet, family of adults. 911 'Jill stn w. HI113 III TOR RENT-ONE ELEOANT FUltNISIl- eil room ot 931 1 st n w, with all conven iences. iiuio-iii p;ORRENT-ll2S6TII ST NW. 3 OK 3 UN--- furnished rooms, on 2d Hoor; water nnd bath on samo lloor. with uso of ynrd nnd shod. Apply nt 1218 Pn nvo u w. nnri-3t FOR SALE LOTS. FOR SALE-BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN LOTS, 25x100 feet, fronting Blndensburg Turn pike In sight of strcot-eiirs, $300; 8100 cash, balauco SO per month. Neat D room cottages built at lowest contract rntes; 8100 cash, bat ancolnS ycaist or monthly payments If pro feriod. THOMAS A. MITCHELL, Jy7 Otl 1 F st., Rooms 5 and 0, F OR SALE- Handsomo coiner lot. near Scott Chcle. nt reduced rnto. Two lots, on 10th street, near Scott Circle, nt 50 eeuts less than adjoining ground, Dcslrablo ground lu Rhodo Island avenue, nenr Connecticut nvciiuo, ut reasonable rates. Now and substantial corner dwelling, near Dupont Circle, containing 111 rooms, St'1,000, Ditto, near UrItMl Legation, 17 rooms, $22,000. Several ilcshablu country placci near tho city. WM. P. YOUNG, JolO-tf 1303Fstieot. FOR SALE By AUSTIN P. BROWN, 142(1 V st. n. v.. 40,000 foot of ground on 10th st. u. w hot. Scott Clrclo and R Bt., and 00,000 feet on N. II. nve., bet, Dupont Clrclo and L st. Sovcrul first-class liouscs, ranging ln pi lco from 810, 000 to 8100,000. JolO-tf FJ)RJENT HOUSES. Advertisements of Throo LInei under this bend loBerKd.lhreu times for 23 cents. EiOR RENT AN8ROO.M IIOUBE, NEW--1- ly imporcd and thoroughly clcnn, with mod fin, uto; good neighborhood; good pump wator on samo sipiaro; rent mode ra to to a good tenant. Apply to Wescotl & Wilcox. IOO7F11 nvc atiJ4-.il 17011 ltENT-llAItir OPPORTUNITY x grocery and Honor Btoro; llxturcn com ploto, license, uto.; lent very low. Address Grocery. Crltln olllco. nnll-iU FOR EXCHANGE. Xl ANTED-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES T T for old ones lit Butler's Stovo Exchango, corner 5th nnd K Bts, Smoky clilmnoys cured or no pay. Stoves oxchangod for groceries. Old stoves bought. FOR SALE HOUSES IFOR MALE-BRICK HOUSE No 1008 DTH : st 11 vv, 0 rooms and hascmontj rango, latrolies, etc.; Unlshcd lu haul wood; prlco $;l,150; small cash payments. A Lloyd, tilt) dMjstnw. JyS SUMMER RESORTS. DESIRABLE BUMMER nOAHD FOR adults nt Mrs, V'crls', Rockville, Mil. nulo:it SUMMER HOARD AT HELLE Alll FOR ft a weok; accommodations for children and servants; pnsturiigo for horses; ensy day's drive from Washington: plenty of simile; healthy location; good wutor: litwu tennis, croquet; leu nnd an old-fashioned Virginia mansion. Address II. 1). HELL, lw Mlnnlovllle, Prluco William Co., Vn. P INKYPOINT HOTEL, MD.i Ninety-two Miles from Wii6hlngtou, on tho Potomao River, OPEN FOR aUESTS JUE 20. Sleiinuus Excelsior or Gcorgo Lcnrv each uveiiing iroiu 100101 (in hi. im toot 01 7111 hi. s, which 111 lo moderate, apply to ;h 11 Williams, 7lh and 11 tts. 11, w., VV. P.RICE, 1 or lornis, Hotel; Wuili or Jc9-3m Proprietor. National Metropolitan Fire Ins. Go. Old In. Ave. N.AV., VV'unIiIiikIoii, . ). CASH CAPITAL, $100,000. EDWARD CLARK, Pros. SAMUEL CROSS, Sco'y. null-tf "Buliach." California Universal Insoct 'Exterminator, NEVER FAILS, Harmless to Man and Domcstlo Animals, N. w. ituiicnr.i.1,, null-tf 1U25 X Btrout. EXCURSIONS. STKABllSU COllCOltAN'fl KXOUlt SIONS. Tho owners of tho steamer VV. W. COR CORAN liavo purchaied and will nssumo tho mnnngoment of MARSHALL HALL. Dally morning excursions will bo given especially for Lndlos nnd Children. Absoluto order will bo preserved on tho grounds, tho tablo furnished with all tho mar ket affords, lunches served, and Ico, fruit nnd milk nlwnys on hand. Steamer lonves ovcry morning nt 10 o clock, roturnlng at -1 o'clock p. in, Fnro, 25 cents for round trip to (llymont nnd Marshall Hall. Children, lr conts. JcStf p U Al'JSI. POINT. CHAPEL POINT. Long Branch of tho Potomac. 0,1$ hours nt tho bench. Commencing with .Juno 28, tho STEAMER GEORGE LAW will lenvo dnlly (except Mon days, Fridays ond Snturdays) from steamer I.cnry's wharf nt 8;15 n. m. sharp, returning 0:30 p. m. I'nro for trip, 5tk'. Mcnls 50u. nt tho Point. Professor Slirocdcr's orchestra. Oco. W. BAUER, ovvicr stcnincr Geo. Lnw. HblTlIllGUKATrALLSANDOAUIN JOHN BRIDGE. Tho slonm-pnckct EXCELSIOR will mnko rcgulnr trips during tho sensoti tothonbovo IKilnts every SUNDAY, TUESDAY nnd Fill day, leaving her whnrf; cornerof High st. nnd Canal, nt H o'clock n. in. sharp. Fnro for rntind.trlti 50(1. Ilont can bo chartered on ill- tomato days. For Information npply nt ofllco of J. (I. and J. M. WATERS, 1017 H'gllSt.. Joua tf Georgetown. THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES, CAPE MAY, Is leached by tho WEST JERSEY KAILIIOAD In TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA. KASTrxntr.H.S TKAINS, with Parlor Cars nltaehed, ate run during tho season at convenient hours. Passengers nirlvo nt tho Now Broad streetSlallon, Philadelphia, whero Union Transfer Coachos nnd HoisoCnrstraus- rer them direct lo mo station ol 1110 WE8T JERSEY RAILROAD, ut tho foot of Market strret. For tickets, baggage checks and full Infor mation apply Northeast corner Thirteenth stioel nnd l'onnsyHiiiiiit nveiiuu, Station ISnltlmoio tVc I'oliiinnc Itnllioatl CHAS. E. PUGH, General Manager. .1. It. WOOD, General Passenger Agt. ATLANTIC CITY. HXPIIESS TRAINS RUN THROUGH WITHOUT STOPS IN MINBTV MIWUT133 via CAtVIDEN & ATLANTIC R. R., From Station foot ofA'iuo street. WEST JERSEY RAILROAD, Fiom Station foot of Maikct street. Acccsslhlo from Washington by tho thiough trains of tho BALTIMORE &. POTOMAC RR Tiom tho Now Broad slicet Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad, at Philadelphia, Stt eet Cars will concy passengers direct to tho West Jersey Railroad Station. Union Trans fer Coaches to the station ot tho Camden & Atlantic Railroad. For through tickets, bnpgngu eliecko nnd full Information apply ns follows: NiirthcKHt corner Thirteenth stieetuud PuiiiisyHiinlii iivuntio, Stntion lluUlmore & l'otomno Itallioad. CHAS. E. PUGH, J. It. WOOD, General Mnnuger, General Passenger Agt 1885 KXCUIISION SEASON 1885 nALTinioiti: &ouio uailkoail EVERY MONDAY, CommeiiclnJ: JUNE 22, to JMJN-aiAH. Roiuid-tilp Rato.Sl.BO. Limited to 300 per sons. Leave Wnshiugton ntHn-m. Return' tng, nrrlv o ut S:SO p. m. EVERY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc ing.IUNE23,to Huiper's l'erry nnd llyinus1 Inliind, Ou tho Potomao. Hound-trip Rato, $1. Limited to 200 per sons. Leave Washington 10.05 a. nt. Return ing, arrlvo nt 7:20 p. in. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVEitY OTHER SUNDAY to 1.UIIAY CAVERNS, Commencing JUNE St. Round-tllp Elite, ttl.50. Lcavo Wnshhigton 8:30 it. m. Re turning, nrrli o ut 0:15 p. in. Every ticket calls for u lcservcd jj cat on theso excursions. Sccuro your tickets nt 010 nnd 1U51 Pcntui. nvo,, unit nt depot n tho morning of tho excursion. Jol3-tf LOAVKK OEDAIl POINT. Tho Popular Watciing Place of AVaohlngtonliius. Tho sale, swift und inaguillccntbtenmcr AR MENIA will lcavo her wharf, foot of 7th Bt. dally, oxcept Saturdays, nt 0 u. in., icluriiliig ut 0 p. in. Armenia stops nt Aloxnudilaon MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS nnd FRIDAYS only. Fnro, 50o round tilp. Children, 25o. Dinner on tho grounds, CO cents. For further Information nnd charters to bo clcllos and corporations npply to G. L. SHERIFF'S Conl Olllco, 328 nnd 1114 Fa. nvo., or nt Steamer's -wharf, foot of 7th st. Jol'Jtl TlTT. VERNON I HIT. VKllNONI iWL STEAMER W. CORCORAN JSjEsi Loaves 7tli Bt. wharf dally, oxcept Sunday, for Mt. Vernon nt 10 o'clock n. m.; returning, rcnehus Washington about 3:110 p. m. L. L. BLAKE, Captain. FiiulM Case of a Colored Man. I contracted a fenrf ul caso o f blood poison In 1883. I was trcutod by somo of tho best phy sicians In Atlanta. They used tlio old remedies of Mercury and Potash, which brought on rheumatism nnd Impaired my dlgcstivo or gans. Evory Joint in mo was swollen and full of pain. When I was given up to dlo, my physicians thought it would bo n good tlino lo test tho vlrtuo of Swift's Specific. When I commenced tnklng H. S. S. tho physician said I could not llvo two weeks under tho ordi nary treatment. Ho commenced to glvo mo tho modlclno strictly according to dhcctlons, which I continued fur sovoral months. I took nothing else, and commenced to linprovofrom tho very llrst. Soon tho rheumatism left mo, my npputlto beenmo nil right, nnd tho ulcers, which tho doctor said vvcro t ho most I right fui ho had over seen, ho-gan to heal, nnd by tho 1st of October, 1S8I, I was a well man again, I urn stronger now than I over was befoio, and weigh more. S. S. B. has tavcd mo from an early grave LEM McCLENDON. Lcm McClcudon has been ln tho employ of tho Choss-Ciirley Company for Bomo years, and I know thu ubovo statements to bo true. At tho tuna ho began tnklng Swift's Speclllo ho was In a horrible condition, I rcgnid ills euro almost miraculous. VV. 11. CROSBY, Mnnuger. ChcsS'Civrloy Co., Atlanta Division, Atlanta, (In., April 18, 18S5. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. J3JL.A.HTJS: BOOKS, COLOKED TISSUE lAlUn, 75 Shades. Pino Tar Moth Paper. Paper and Envelopes. E. MORRISON, 70S nnd SO.'i D St. Nuilliwttt. FOR ENUIIAVKI) AND PRINTED VISITING CARDS (10 TO PBBB'S, 1QID F BT. Plata and CO Cards, T2i 100 Printed Onrds, tl, Oppooltn Dbbltt lloueit. Buy Your Hooks and Stationery AT TWO STORES. RAILROADS. BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, MAY 3, 1885, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Loavo Washington from Station, corner Now Jersey nvenuo nnd O street. For Chicago. 10 a. m. nnd 10:10 n, m. dally. Tho 10 a. m. Is a Fast Limited Express to Pittsburg nnd Chicago, arriving in Pittsburg nt 7:110 p. in., Chicago next morning nt 8:00. No extra fnro Is charged on this train for fast time For Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Louis dally nt 0:30 p. m. and 10:10 p. m with through coachos and Pnlaco Sleeping curs to abovo points without chango. 3:iK) p. m. train Is a lastlimltcd train to Cincinnati and St Louts, arriving In Cincinnati next morning ut 7:45, St. Louis 0.30 p. m, No oxtra faro Is charged on tills train for fast lime. For Pittsburg at 10 n. in., with Parlor Car. and 0:10 p. in. dnlly to Pittsburg, Cloveland nnd Detroit, with Bleeping cars to Pittsburg. Forllnltlmoroon week days 5. 0:10,0:10, 7:30, 8:30 nnd 10.05 tl. m,. 12:10,1:25,3:15 (15-mlnuto trnln), 3:30, d:30, d:10, 5:10, 0:10, 7, 8:25 and ll p. m. For Dnlltmoro on 8iindavi-0:10, 7:30, 8:30 nnd 10.05 n. in., 1:25, 1:30, 3:30, 1:10, 5:40, 0:10, 7, 8:25 nnd 11 p. in. For points on tho Hhcnnndonh Valloy Rail road nnd points South, 0:25 n. in. nnd 0:10 p. m. dnllv. 0:25 n. in. train has Pullman Sleeper from Washington to Now Orloans. For AnnnpolK 0:10 n. m. nnd 12:10 nnd 1:30 p. in.; on Sunday, 8:30 n. m. nnd 4:40 p. in. For wnystutloiiH botweon Washington nnd Bnltlmorc, fi, 0:10, 8:30 n. in.. 12:1o, 3.30, 1:10, 7 nnd 11 p. m. On Stuidnys, 8:30 a. m., 1:30, 3:30, 4:10, 7 nnd 11 p. in. For stations on Metropolitan Branch, 7:25 n. m. nnd 11:15 p.m. dnlly, oxcept Sunday, nnd 5:30 p.m. dnlly; 4:10 p. m. daily, oxcopt Sunday, for Srluclpal stations on Metropolitan Branch; :10 a. m. dnlly on Sunday stops at all sta tions; for Lexington, Staunton nnd Valloy Branch, 8:1(1 u. in. dnlly, except Sunday; for Frederick, 8:10 a. in., 4:10 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. For local stations botweon Washington nnd Gnlthcrsbitrg, 12.30 p. ra, dnlly, oxcept Sun da v. For Hagerslown nnd Winchester, 8:10 n. in. dnlly, oxcept .Sunday, nnd 5:30 p. in. dally to Ilngcrstowii; dally, oxcept Sunday, to Win chester. Trains un Ivo from tho West dnlly, 0, 7:20 n. in.. 1:15.0:30 p.m. From Annapolis, 8:30 a. ra. and 1:50 audi 5:25 p.m.: Sunday, 10:35 n. in. and 0:35 p.m. From Lexington, 5:30 p. in. dally, oxcept Sunday. From Frederick und Intcrmcdlnto points, 8:20 a. in. and 8:15 p. m. dnlly, excopt Sun day. Trains lcavo Baltimore for Washington nt 5:10, 0:30, 7:20, , 0.05 nnd 10.30 n. ra., 12:15, 2:30, 3, 4, 4:20, 5, 0:30, 8, 0 nnd 11 p. ra. On Sundays. 0:30, 7:20, 0 nnd 0.05 a. m 1:30, 2:30, 4:20, 5, 0.30. 8, 0 ntid 11 p. m. All trains from Washington stop nt Relay Stntlon, oxcept 1 :25, 3:15 and 0:40 p.m. Forfuithcr lnfoimutlon npply nt tho Balti more & Ohio ticket oWco Wnehlngton Stn tlon, 010 and 1351 Pontia. uvo.. cornerof 14lh st., whero orders will bo taken for baggngo to bo checked and received nt nny point ln tho city. C. K. LORD.G.P. A. II. DUNHAM, Gon. Man.. Baltimore TMIE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. 10 I'HK M)i:TII, IYEST AND SOUTH WE8.T. DOUBLE TRAOK. SPLENDID SCENERY. STEEL RAILS. MAON1FIOENT EQUIPMENT. IM EFl-EGT JUNE 21, 1885. Tialns leave Washington from station, corner of Sixth nnd II streets, ns follows: For Pittsburg mid tho West. Chicago Limited Express of Palaco Slooplng Cars at 0:50 a. m. dnlly; Fnst Lino, 0.00 n. m. dnlly to Cincin nati and St. Louts, with Sleeping Cars from Hatrlsburgto Cincinnati and Hotel Car to St.I.ouls; dally.cxcept Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car Altooim to Chicago. Chi caco and Cincinnati Express at 7:10 p. ra. dallv. with blccnlnc Cars Wnshlncton to Chi cago and Ilanlsburg lo Loulsvlllo; connect- Ingnt Hnrrisburg withWcstcrn Express with through slccpcrtjfor Clovolnndanu St. Louis. Paclfla Express, 10 p. m. dally for Pittsburg and tho West, vv Ith through slcopor Harris burg to Chicago. BALtlMORE & POTOMAO RAILROAD. For Erie, Cunaiidalgua. Rochester, Buffalo, Nlagarn, lo p. m. dally, loxccpt Saturday, with Palaco Curs Washington to Rochcstor. For Wtlllamspoit, Lock Haven and Elmlra, nt 0:50 u, m. dally, oxcept Sunday. For Now York nnd tho East, 7:15, 8:30 and 11 a. in., 2, 4, 10 it. m. and 12:15 night, on Sunday, 8.30 a. in., 2, 4, K) p. m. nnd 12:15 night. Limited Expics3 of Pullman Parlor Cars 0:10 n. m. daily, oxcept Sunday. For llobton without chango, 2 p. m. ovcry day For Brooklyn. N.Y., nil throughtrnlns connect nt Jci-bcy City with boats of Brooklyn Annox, affording direct transfer to Fulton streot, avoiding doublo ferriage ncross New York city. For Philadelphia, 7:15, 8:30 nud 11 a. m 2, 4, 0, 10 p. in. nnd 12:15 night. On Sunday, 8:30 a. m., 2, 4, C, 10 p. m. and 12:15 night. Limited Express, 0:10 n. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. For Baltimore, (1:35, 7:15, 8.30, 0:10, 0:50, 1 n. nu.12.05.2, 4,4:25,4:40, 0,7:10, 10 p.m. and 12:15 night. On Sunday, 8:30,0:50, 11 a. in., 2, 4, 0, 7:10, 10 p. in. and 12:15 night. For Pope's Cicek Lino, 7:15 a. in., nnd 4:40 p. m, dally, oxcept Sunday. For Annapolis, (1.35 n. m 12.05 nud 4:25 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. On Sunday 4 p. in. ALEXVNDRIA A FREDEItlOKSBOlta HAIL WAY AND ALEXANDRIA & WASH INGTON RAILROAD, For Aloxundrln, 0, 7, 0:25, 11:01 und 11;36 a. m., 2.05, 4:20, 4:15, 0:25. 8.05 and 11:37 p.m. Ou Sunday at 0, 0:25, 11:01 a. m., 8.05 p. m. For Richmond nnd tho South, 0 and 11.01 n. m. dnlly nnd 4: 15 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Trnlns lcavo Alexandria for Washington 0.05, 8, 10, 10:10 n. m 1, 3.05, 3:23, 5:10, 7:05 nnd 11:35 p. m. nud 12:10 midnight, oxcopt Monday. On Sunday at 8 nnd 10:10 a. m., 7:05 nnd 11:35 p. in. nnd 12:10 night. Tickets nnd Information nt tho olllco, north east corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsy lvania nvenuo, nnd nt tho stntlon, where or dcri can bo left for tho checking of baggngo to destination from hotels and rosldoncos. CHAS. E. PUGH, J, It. WOOD, General Multiuser. Gou. Passenger Agent. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE II. & P. DEPOT, SIXTH ANDBSTS.) 1 1 ilC A.M. For all way btations, Lexington, Ky., Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Columbus, St. Louis. Dally oxcept Sunday. Through Parlor Car to vVlitlo Sulphur Springs. 1 1 A. M. For Nowport News, Old Point Cora loit nnd Norfolk. Dally oxcept Sunday. 5il5 P. M. For Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, St. Louts and Chicago, connecting for nil points West, Northwest and Southwest: fust express dally; doos not stop for local business; through Pullman service to Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati. For tickets and lnfoinintlon npply nt 0. & 0. Railway ofllco, 513 Pennsylvania nvenuo, under National Hotel; Vn. Midland Railway ofllco, 001 Pennsylvania avenue, audi). & P. Station, II. W. FULLER, General Passcngor Agent. C. VV. SMITH, Goncral Mutineer. FRANK TIIIGG, N. E. Paitongcr Agent. WASHINGTON, OHIO & VE8TERN R. R. On and nftcr JUNE 14, 1885, trnlns will lcavo from and arrlvo nt (Ith und 11 sts. Depot as follows: Lcavo Washington 0 n. in. and 4:35 p. m dally; an ho at llolmont Pat k 1(1:01 a. m. and (1:2(1 p.m.; Lccsburg 11:01 n. in. nud 0:3(1 p. m.; nnlvo at Round Hill ut 11:13 u. m, nnd 7:18 p.m. Returning, lcavo Round Hill 0.03 n, m. nnd 3.00 p. in.; pass Leosburg 0:12 n. m. und 3:10 p. in,; Belmont Pnrk 0:51 a.m. and 3:58 p. in,, and nnlvo atWushlngton at 8:30 a. ra. nud 5:10 p. in. Special excursion rates and Sunday trains to Belmont Park. Monthly and commuta tion rates to all points. S. M. BROPHY, Supt., Aloxundrln. E..I. LOCKW00D, Pass. Agt., 007 Pn. avo. Washington. STEAMBOATS . DAILY LINETO NORFOLK & FORTRESS Monroe. Btenmers Qeorgo Leary and Kxculslor. commencing May (1, 1885, Onoot tlieoo popular steamers will leavo Sovouth-Strcot whnrf DAILY,excopt SUNDAY, at5:30p. in. Forpnrtlculnis Inquire nt Com pany's omc,7tb st. wharf, Telephone No, 715-3. VV. P. WELUH, Goncral Agout, Ir"0W FARES- " J Fortress Monroo uud Noifolk. First class fmu $1; lioiind-tilp, 81.25. StcniuerJunoMosoloy Monday, Wednesday nnd Satiinlay at 5:30 p.m. Passiigu and looms secured at general ofllco, Sixth street wharf. Telephone call, 01. Potomao lllver Landings- Mourner Thomp son Monday, Wednesday and Friday nt 7 n.m, tvt)a .uto cam. 00-a.Xji -wooro JOHN ON IJHOS., WHARVES AND RAILROAD YARD 121U nndlVutor Hts. H. W. BRANCH YARDS AND OFFICES. (Connected by Tolephono.) 1202 F streot northwest. 1515 Bovonth streot northwo&t. 1740 Pennsylvania avo. uuitliwost, 1112 Ninth street noithneat. Demur 3d and K titinoisnorthnost. 221 Pennsylvania nve, aoutliwes iWV, -:, -.