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TIIK AVASIIJXOTON cniTIC, MONDAY EVKNINO, AUGUST! 7, 1885.
WASHINGTON C!l IT 1C ii; vrnv.n ixiuvavuix.i. For the Mi.ldli Atlantic Sln'on, fair weather In tlio unrllitrn portion, light local rain in tlic iKiitluni portion, varlnhle v!ml, stationary tnnperiittiie. For Tiii"x1ny. fulr weather nml .tatlotiiiry Itmprratmc are liiillt'ntiilfurNo.v I'tifcltmil, followed hylfKht lor-nl inlin, with n ullglit rlfolti temperature for Ihu Ml.lillo Atlantic Stntec. .IK.M1' A XII AM IT. General!. II. Holal.lnl Ii nt tho 1 low land. l.nnjr llmiii'h, Lieutenant Itoliert Jt. Clark of Iho ni my is lit Iho Mansion lloui, l'ottiio City. Lieutenant-Colonel llohert II. Wiley, Pv (litiTlith Infniilry, Is nt Canton, ()., hi'peet liifX Hip Stiito trHiis In camp tliorp. CnptnliiC A. II. McCntilcy, ipiartermait tcr's tlciiiirliiiriit, Oninhn, nml wife Inyo gti.c to I'npp Mny, N. .1., fnrn mtinl'i. Company , r.lclili'piilh Infantry, now on liintomry duly tit Fori Hllev, KaiiM. will leluni to Its proper Million, I'ortlluys, Kan. l'oal Qiinrtcrmaler-Sersintit t'liw. llur Vpj, Foil Outer, Is urnnleil n fnrloii'ti for r-lx month, with pcmilwlon to git Iwj-ond Iho fen. Slajrr L. II. Carpenter, Fifth Cavalry, turn nt Foit Iteno, I, T., will proceed to Fmt Supply, J, T., nml tupott to tho com linmcllnu; ollleer for ilnty nt Hint pot. (Icnctiil JleKeover, nlliint ndjut.int- Pcnernl, nml his family urn nt Hlchllelil prliips, N V. The (Icncrnl Is preparing tulcnve foran Francl'co In Mepti'inher. Hospital Ktcwarit .lames I). Sadler, Fort Ynles, Dakota, has hecn jinnlvtl u tlireo months furlough, nml Iluplliil Steward John V. Carroll, Fort Asslnlbolne, u live months' furloujrh. First Lieutenant John L. llnllls, Twenty fourth Infantry, now nt Fort Leavenworth, Mill proeeiil toSiinta Fonml t)oiufiiir,X. M., on public business, umler specl.il Instruct ions of Iho eommantlliiK general, I'pon tlio rcmpletloniif this iluty ho will rolurn to Fort Lcnvenwoilh. Second Lieutenant 1. V. Llttcll, Tenth fn fanty, Is relieved from duty ns lecrullln olT.ccrat Fort lleiio,!. T., and will turnover all property nml papers puitnlnlm; to the Itcrnltlnc service t Hint post to Flrnt I.lctl tennut Itolcit London, Filth Cavalry, who Is appointed In hit. ttend. Tlio Adjutant flcncr.il of the. Army, under clalo of Aug. !1, IKSi, eonimiinlenles the fol lowing for Iho direction of all concerned: "llculmenlnl nud other bauds mid Iho musicians eompolnK the same may, Willi die consent of thopropermllltiirviitiihorltv. engage lo play for other parties at prices not illMiropoitlonatcly lower than Iho price ciinrL'cii ny oin !mllar r cnlces. by olher bands or muslelans for The Ailjiiliint-llcnernl directs in follows in reitnid lo enlistments and it-cnlltnu'iitsi "Soldiers recnlMtd at their stations for their former regiments within one month frcm dnto of dhehnrgo therefrom will ho considered regimental le-cnllstnieuts, mid will Le Lome on tlio regimental recruiting returns of their respective regiments, ltu cnllstinents of ordnance sergeants, pint imnrtctmnster sergeants, commissary ser gcuits mid hospllnl stewards will bo gov citied by the provisions of paiagraph "ill of tlio Herniations, ns umciided h.v (Iciior.il Oidcis No. CD, current series, from this cilice All other inllstmenls and rc-enllt-mcuts wllllo considered as belonging lo Iho depailmental reciulllng service, and will I o Lome on Iho monthly returns ren 'crert to this ofllceby tliedepartinent super intendent." J.OCAt. III! IMS. Tun l'.lggs House cafu dispenses also HillrVrhtra Vale. Tiik Capital Illcyclo C'luh, numbering II, arrived in DoMou yesterday. A itonsK attached lo a buggy owned hv Mr. F. J. -Miller ran away from Ninth null 1 streets Satunlay, totally wrecking the hupgy. One of our cosiest nud best-kept liquor r-torcs In theclly Isheiit by ourgcnlal friend, Mr. John 11. Rutscll, formcrlv of Iho Na tional Hotel bar, H.TO New i'ork nvciiuu. Mr. llntbcll keeps Letup's beer, a fact alono to warrant patronage. A l-AHGiav-ArrnMirm ecrvlco was held at St. Find's Lutheran Church yestoiday morn ing hj order of tho (iood Templars. Ad dresses were dellveicd by Hon. II tram l'rlco and Jlrs. A. K. Chnmliers, with reference to rcfoinilng the Inebriate. "Dons Prohibition Prohibit!" was Iho sub ject of debate before St. l'ntrick's Temper unco Society at Carroll Hall hist night. The participants wero James F. .Mitgulre, Alex ander Whcelnn, William Smith and Thomas K. McJntlrc. Tlio decision was left to n judicial committee, which decided In the aflliinntlve. HAST WASlllXGTOX. Lucy Hamilton, a colored woman whose ago Is said to le 101 years, was found Satur day wamleilng about L'nlontown with n girl ngrdaboiitfi years, Slntlonkeeper T. W. Scott brought them to the sitb-stntlon, and subsequently friends took them away. Tlio house of Mr. A. S. Davis, on Second street, between Pennsylvania avenue and A street, was cntcied by the second story this morning about 2 o'clock by a thief who was frightened oft beforo securing any plunder by Mr. Davie. Tho statement that Mr. J. F. Kelley, statloiikceper of tho F.lghth Precinct, Is to ho married on Thursday next Is Incorrect. SOUTH WASIUXGTOX. Tho icstdcnco of Mrs, Major Sullcy of 481 Maryland avenue was entered by thieves, by way of tho front door, yesterday nftcr- noou, and US worth of clothing stolen. An ovcrsklit worth j5 was stolen from tho housoof .Mhs Mary Markoe, 1723 11 street, last Thursday. A tillun( Dent. Tames Howard of South Washington, Iho gallant rescuer of Ofllccr Shechan, Is now "i years old, and Is of an Industrious habit. Ho Is a good-natured fellow, nud would ,eonii! to tho rescue of anybody, If not for his timely help we would have had another of our good policemen killed. Mr. Howard Is In th employ of Chris Aimer, anil sells tho famous Letup's Extra Palo beer, and his route Is in Fast and Northeast Washing ton, on which routo ho lias built up a dally incrcneliig trade. A Very Hinnll I'i-Ihoik'i-. . A very small colored boy with tlio appro priate namo of August Shorter peeped through tho bars at tho Polleo Court this morning nt Judge Mills. His Honor or dered tho bailiff to put tho prisoner on a chair to rulso his head nlxrvo tho dock-rail. It was soon shown that tho prisoner was lurco enough to steal, If not to see over tho rail. Ho was convicted of stealing a pair of shoes from tho storo of Samuel Obcr helmcr's store. Ho wns sent to tho Deform School during his minority. An Kxriii'HlonlHt Ari'eHteil. Tho ticket of William Hurley, n Washing ton excursionist returning from Atlantic City on a West Jersey train yesterday after noon, was refused on the ground that It was good only on n later train. Hurley do clliicd to pay Ids fnre nnd at Camden, after resisting the hrakcintui and a polleo olllecr, lio was locked up. ruiilNhliiK HiienU-Tlilevci. Frank Ford, colored, for stealing two pairs of sleevo-buttons from James W. Han ilnll, got l!0 days In Jail this morning at tho Police Court. Frank Drown, a colored nun, mis sentenced lo thlity days for stealing uu ovcicoat from Win, Walker. A View of tlio Monument. It Is propositi to cut away a fow trooj near the mansion nt Mount Vernon to form u lsta through which the Washington Monument will bo clearly visible from tho porch. More than one hundred feet of tho ohaft will be visible. IIiiIIiIIiik Operation Niiwpcnileil. In consequence of tho hod-enrrlers hold ing a picnic to-day building was practically suspended on account of tho bricklayers being unable to 111! tho places of the hoi carriers, XiiUnnnl Hotel Melo:iH. The National Hotel gulden In Piiueo (ieorge's County, Mil., has produced souiuof the largest melons grown in this vicinity. C. A. Bai'ttch, on Ninth street, has a (Ilia a kitchen as can bo found In town. Ills ladles' lunch-rooms uro A No, 1. Ho keeps Ltinp's Kxtra Palo beer. jf.f)r 'it m; in i. A ( cr.vlil utio I'releix lentli (o till pi Uoiinient. A llltle over n yenr ago n Rl. IiiuiN (lettiilvo iinnipil Drowning ram.1 on litre nut rrmntitcil sever.il weeks hi renrch of n fotiner resilient of the DIs trtii, Joliii I), SliPtt, who was wniiluil In llie forme,1 plnce for the brutal kill ing of I'ollcemnii Dornti. SIiPii ha I l.ien found guilty of (lie murder mil wn waiting reiiilion, when on tho c(iilng of (iciiernl (Inrllehl's idecllou he t'ftnped ftotii Hie Si. doilln Jail In (iiiiinny wilrtfpvernl luiualei. Tile ('.cttdlve visited vnrlons lor.tlllloi In mid around tlilsiltv, Incluillng several jdnces nlong the t'oloiniie, where lie believed (Mien luid gone In elude flip lure. In this wuy u grout of llino nnd mi ney were spent. Later on Chief of Police llurilgnii lonmed that Hlit'it was doing time In the Allegheny, I'm., pctil lenlhity, nnd nn npplk'iitlou was inade for his pin ili n, lull he refined to lie pnrdomd, nnd for the time luing the eeie wns dropped. t iiM y-ireli he nipiled Chief llarrl gnu oT his willingness to he p.irdone.l, iird the elilef wiole lo the Attorney fltniiiil of I'rniisylviinlaniidimkeil thai Shi ii le piirilnni'tl, lo whleii he got lei iitiswt r. Shut hus just iippe-aled to Iho I'ollce llonril of St. Louis to send nti olliicf with n request for his pardon, nnd Hint It would he grunted, lie says lie wiints In return nud milTcr the pit till v of his crime. Jit hits served over liiilf his time In Iho pciillenllnrv, which Is mi full there ii no work for half the men (o do. While Shea prefer death to confinement without occupation, tho SI. Louis niitlioiilles will now wait till he litis served out his lime. lie is well known licit, wheic he has relative, Till: 3IMIKV.TS OV PARIS. , NjMein Mild to lie the finest In Hie tVoild. The I'niis iiuirkeis nro prolndilv Iho fittest in the world. The IInllesCeii I rules weir built on the model of the Crystal I'alnce, nnd though the. other markets In vnrioiKqutiiier.sof I'nrisnro not so large nnd so line, they uro man aged on the same principles, nud are examples of wlmt ism be done when it peoplu liavo tin inkling that tlmy nro a renl i-oeiely nnd Hint the conimoii good is tlit Irttt'st wnyof iiirlvitigiitthnliiilivld iinlgoed. 'I'liis, however, citnnothosaid of tlie sewerage system, ns it was car ried out in our neighborhood. Il is stated that Iheie hi beneath the city a great network of newer ttnmelk-d over mid kepi In such n manner that through a portion of it visitor are conveyed In trnmears until Ihev come to tltogroat reservoir under the ltut' lioynlcs hut of this apparently perfect system we reaped no advantage. Instead, we were Mihjeitcd for two or three nights every few months to the primitive and barbarous custom of pumping up the K'weiiige Into great cylinders, which were dragged away by a team of Lorsis. In lying awake at night I al ways found that the only time out of the 2-1 hours in which there wai abso lute silence in l'nris was about 2 o'clock in Hie morning. Shortly after lids hour the market wagoni began t'i jinsa on their road to lliillen (Vnlr.dei, when they anive about 11 a. m. They are there unloaded bv a regiment o'f nearly 0(1 porters, tvdlcd "les forts do la Halle," and who are only aluillle.l after their physical capacity and moral character has'beeu found satisfactory. The greatest care Is taken lo prevent l.ad goods fiotn being sold, flic In spectors weigh and lest every pound of butter. Tho annual consumption of eggs in Paris is said to reach the fab ulous number of 2o(),000,000. Those brcughl into the market nro each inspected, and .similar care is ex ercised over tho meal; whatever Is condoned is covered with quicklime nnd buried. The butchers' shops In Paris are models of cleanliness and good older, and Instead of making liitlltulties nbotit small joints you are readily served with any amount you re riulre. There are many lvasons for tills great superiority If compared with tho same sort of shops In London tho markets, the supervision of the author ities, llin great economy of French housekeeping, and the practice, among Paiislan housekeepers of doing their own marketing. Good Words. A I'ni't'H Welcome. Tlio paper had gone to press and the editors were leaning back in their chairs fanning themselves and wondering If Mieol could bo anv hotter than term when n cedy-lookng mail with a red nose entered the room, ami said tim idly : "Hero Is n poem " nMnntly live editors sprang to their feet mid fives clubs wero waving in the air. "On llcautlful Snow," continued tho seedy man. "What I" simultaneously from llvo voices. "A poem on llcautlful Snow," re juntctl the fcccilv ninn, witli deliberation. Klvo clubs dropped to the lloor anil live men crowded around tho poet and shook him by (he hnmlsaud palled him on the shoulder, anil faiiiv over whelmed him witli attention. Then Ihu edllor-in-clilcf led the poet lo the bmt chair, nud said : "Head It to us," The poet placed Ids hat, with his hauilcreiilet' in It, nn tho desk, put on a pair of rusty rimmed spectacles, and, unfolding his manuscript, cleared his throat, and began to read. As he spoke of Ihu Heecy Hakes de scending in soundless showers, of tho whitened Ileitis, the northern blast whistling o'er tlio wold, Iho editors put asido their fans; then they rolled down their sleeves. As he proceeded with his description of the terrors of the frost king, tlio fury of the storm, and Iho frozen corpse found beneath the snow next morning (a poem on Uoatttl f ill Snow without a frozen corpso would bo incomplete), tho editors shivered nnd arose and put on their coals. When tho poet ceased tho thermome ter in tlio olllco had fallen thirteen ami one-half degrees. Then tho ctlitor-ln-chlef nroso ami said ; "A poet who in tho strength of Hie sweltering heat of n summer day brings Into a newspaper olllco a poem on Jleauliful Snow deserves n monument. As you nro not apparently in any spe cial need of a monument nt present, come out nnd we'll stand up the beer for you." Then tho glad procession look its way to Hie subterranean depths of tho nearest hostelry. Motion Uottrta: Drunkenness, or tlio Liquor llnlilt, Can wo Cured by Adniliilsteiiiif; llr. Haines (loldcn .Specific. It can bo (riven In a cup of corTco or tot without tho knoniodRO of tho person taktint It. effecting n sneody and permanent euro, whether tlio patient Is n moderato drinker or nn alcoholic wreck, Thousands of drunk aids linvo been innilo temperato men who have taken tho (loldcn fpoelllo In their oof loo without their knowledge, and to day ho llovo they quit drinking of their own free will. No harmful effects result from Its ndmlnU tratlon. Cures (.'iiaranlcod. Circulars and testimonials uciit free. Address, flMEi Hi'ixirio Co., 183 ltaco St., Cincinnati, 0, Nernus Habilitated Men, you nro allowed trial of thirty ilciin of tliousoof J'r. J)yors Celebrated Voltalo Halt with l"lcctrlo Suspensory Appliances, for tho speedy reilef and permanent euro of Nervous liublllty, loss of Vitality unit Manhood and all kindred troubles. Also for many other dis eases. Completo rettiuntlon lo health, vlitor and manhood guaranteed. No risk Is in curred. Illustrated pamphlet, with full In formation, terms, eto., mallei froo by luldroi sliis Voltalo licit, Co., Mur-iinll, Mloh. a miin.i. i:saixi:-noisi:. The Zen I U Mil tVhteh n ClU.pii or HjiP.eiifP I'icht". I'lre. "There is one lire enterprise In Hyra fuse," says the Syracuse Ifcnilit, 'That Is famous Hie country over, and the fbimlenl eiiglnedtntmc'of Hamilton H. While bus probnhly been visited and admit cd by eery delegate lo the I'Tre tiuu's Convention. It Is probably unique In lis chnrnctcr and deserves more Ihnn n passing notice, for Iho fame of -Mr. While's passion for fight ing lire has given him ii celebrily not ((iillncd to ills own town." I'lom boyhood Ids ruling passion lias 1 ecu for eonlrlvaiiees for the exliu gulshmont of llres. When a llltle hoy re ucd to drag around a Utile toy en gine that Ihiew it stienni Iho diameter of a luid pencil. Later he organized a lire e'oiiiiiauv among lads ol his own age, and wiieti he became a student at Cornell I'nlversily, he amused lilms'lf (in Injr millions in rigging a hand lire eMltijiulshcr on n pony phielon an 1 driing off at i wry nlarn'i. Win n he reached manhood's years be was given a semi ollleinl position in iilde lo Hie Chief Ihlglncer of tlieOyrit cuc Fire Department. "He then," t Milium the llrriilO, "procure I a four win eh d chemical engine with u diiible limk, under the eoiidllion lli.it lie should lurn It over lo the city If, at any time, ho decided to no longer maintain it himself, He also built a nn del engine house In the stylo of archi tecture popularly known at the Queen Anne, wllh stained glass windows, a balcony for tlowerlng plants, a thor oughly equipped wash-room for Iho engine, a workshop and engineer's designing-room, u dormtlorv for the fire men, n bllllard-room, u library, n smoking-room, ele. This building wasded tented on . I miliary I, ism, and is one of the most interesting objects In the city to all strangers. "The adornment of the house is elaborate, hut In good taste, with its carved woodwork, lliiishlngs of pol Islied brass, frescoes and paper hang ings, rugs, etc. Technically, also, it Is u marvel of completeness. It has electrical connection with tho regular Flic Department alarm signals In addition to about 11 fly boxes of IN own. The keys are of the most improved pattern, retaining the key in the lock until il Is taken out by u member of the company with a special appli ance for that purpose. "An Interesting feature of tho signal system used by Mr. White is Its quick ness. Tho Instant that a kev Is turned in a box in any pait of Hie city anil ths door opened, an electric circuit is broken, which causes Iho llgure repre senting the number of the box to drop from lis place in an annunciator inside lite tiiglne-lioue, and at the same In Mnnt tlicio Is n stroke- upon a gong. This apparatus is, in lurn, connected with nn iitningemeut of weights and levers, mi that the horses arc simulta neously unhitched In their stalls, tho gus turned up if burning u clock i topped at the second of the receipt of tlio alarm, a time watch stalled, which marks llfihs of a second witli its beats, and the clothes on the beds In the dor mitory are snatched olT the sleeper.! and suspended fiom the celling. "At I lie sound of the hammer falling on the gong the engine-house becomes a scene of surprising ncllvlly, whether at noon or midnight. Tlio men who me In bed, awakened by tho sudden jerking off of the blankets, start up and jump Into a composite garment serving Hie purposes of trousers, boots and waistcoat in one, and a short pea jacket or blouse, and rush for the engine, on which their hats are hang ing from pegs. The horses meanwhile have hounded to their places, the driver has scrambled Into his scat, and the hostlers have fastened the simple catches which fasten the horses to the machine. A glance at the annuiicialor has revealed lo everyone the neighbor hood of the lire, while the slow moving city alarm bell is perhaps still tolling Hie lust llgure of the district number, nnd before the llnnl stroke the driver has pulled up a lever suspended from Iho celling within reach of his hand, the front doors have been thrown open by it and the time watch stopped. All this, on a lest alarm, has been done In as shurt a space as one second nnd a quarter. In the middle of, tho night, without any of thocondltlnnsof nspecl men test, it has usually taken only ten or twelve seconds, anil has been done In a fraction over six seconds. "When the engine- lias rolled out Into the street a ciockwoik apparatus Inside, after it certain number of min utes, turns tlio gas down again, and everything Is restored lo Its normal btute of quiet till the machine returns again. At first Jlr. White's company was composed of young men who,, like himself, liad a passion for lire lighting. It Included representatives from every department of business and professional activity in tlio city. Domestic ties and the increasing enres of business grad ually weaned these persons away from their enthusiasm or interfered with their work as volunteer llremen. !Mr. AVhlle then hired nnd paid out of his own pocket it small number of picked men, strong, agile, fearless fellows, who soon caught tho Infection of his enthusiasm and took great pride in beating tho record liino by a quarter of a second In gelling out of tho house." Tim Ami ol" llorsu'M. A horse's life, with moderate- cure nnd good usage, Is protracted to 2, 95 or !() years. A gentleman nt Did wii.ii, near London, had three monu ments of three horses who severally died la his possession at the ago of ;)., 117 and 111) years. The oldest, it Is to bo remarked, wns In a carriage tlio very day he died, strong and vigorous, but ho was carried oil' in a few hours by spasmodic colic, to which ho was sub ject. At Chesham, in lliiekingham shlre, tliero was a horso !!0 years old which exhibited no symptoms of debil ity nor any external signs of ago, ex cept being nearly covered with warls, It wns remarkable- with regard lo lids four-footed Nestor that when an un usually bard day's work was required ho was chosen as never falling of what wns required of him. A horsy named AVondcr, formerly belonging to tho tuning seiiooi in wooiwicn, may no quoted as living lo 10 years. Mr, Cnlley, In his "Observation on l.lvo Slock," mentions one ho know which lived to '17 years, having dining all that time a hall In his neck received In tho battle of Preston i'ans, In the rebellion of 1715, which wns extracted at his death in 17.18. Thus judging him to bo I years old at tho time ho received tho wound (and it was probablo ho was more), he must at his death have been 17. lint even these venerablcs wero niero babies to tho barge horso of Iho IMerscy nud Irwell Navigation, which wns well known to liavo been lit his (i'.'d year when ho died. llhduo's Kit eyclopiedla of Hurnl Spor.s. Now the time of recreation has set hi, Do not full to take the llrst steamer lo Colonial Ileaeb, tho camp of tliecraek Junior military nigimlzntloii, tho National Itlllo Cadets, Spend n week Willi Colonel Illckoy, who knows how to enter ovcu for tho most fas tidious, Ills beds uro good, his meals uro 0, K. tiiul he keeps from now only Lump's ihlra 1'nlc beer, which his dispenser of llulds, Mr. John Tobln, deals out hi Iho host possl blo condition. No warm beer lit Colonial ileuch, -. "Alderney Dairy Wagons," Fresh Aldcrnoy butter, churned ovory morn ing and delivered In )i lb. "Ward'' prints, ulo. per ID, Also celtuce cliooso, buttermilk and nwcottnllk, Co, per qt, Cream, ulo, porplat. IXANCIAfi. 7irv York Stock alnrlie t. The following have been furnlslini by J. vniiee Lewis. Intikcr, southwest corner l'Uthtli nli.Klslieets: NAMK. Cnnl'Ltllle Cen I'n.... (Ml J.. CM MI. Del A II... Il I,.tv... NAMn. ... I v:ll .' ! iv irri.... . M !Vi North I'n. SI ,.'I4 ! " picf.... 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Plnln & To., St. Clnud building, fur iiNlies the r.illowiaK oil quotations: Closed fiitiiiilny.ur-H. Opened toilay, ti'JJdj hUhost, iwj.1l lowest, imj-ii -'.. KIM. AViislilUBlon Htoelis, Tho following nro Iho closing quotations of tin Wnlilmil(.n htoek Usiiiunea todnyas fur tilshed by Jlcssrs. Towers & tireen, banker: till. Washington ft OcorKctown bonds tin Meliopolllaustoek 1IIH Coluinbla sleek ,11 Neilb CiipllulnndO street Il) Anaeostla HI WasliliiRli.n iity (lasiwn co 1 1 e.j (iccrctown Cnsllcht Co My, l'l-nnklln Insuralice Co V) National Mcliopolltnn Insiiraiico Co Nntlonnl Union lniiranco Co Arlington Insiirnneo Co Columbia Insiiriineo Co , (itrinati-Auicrlcnn Insurance Co l'l.tomno Insurance Ci )liri.'s )iiiirnnco Co Poind of Public- Works Urecn8s.ni MusonlcIIiill bonds Washington Market Co. stock " " " bonds Tnlnn.l nnd Kcneoast Co. slock . 1TH .1111, ' .'.0" .101 . mi " " " bonds TTM WnslilnRton llrlek Slachhio Co. stock.... 107- l'niik ol Washington M Hunk of Wa-liiimion a) Nat loiuilMol roiollliin ll.ink UT N:ltlni:nl II. ink of Iho Itel.tlllllo I-'iiiiKers' nud Mceiuinles' National ll.ink (Icorirnlnwli... ,..111 Citizens' National Dank t-'ecoud National ll.ink Colli in I National Dunk (.'lent Fulls Ico Co UcntKstnto Title Insiirnneo Co Peiinsyhnidn TelephonoCo , rbesuienko A Polomao Telephone Co. U. B. tlcctrle Uglit Co ..iu.vxi ...110 ill Temporary Itcmovnl. Wo shall lo-iuorrow morning remove- to (Icoigo C. Hcnnliig's slote, -110 Seventh slieet. Combined stock Increases variety. Never ngnlu such llgurcs ns wo now n line. A. S.vks A Co. Ask Your Druggist To glvo you our beautiful story book, "bejend of Alohn." I.'astmnu's now perfume, Aloha. Do not bo deceived: ask for and tako only II. Il, Douglas it Sons' Cnpsleum Cougli Drops for Coughs, Colds and Sjoro Throat'. 1), Si. nnd Trade .Murk on every drop. Alderney Dairy WiiKinH." Fresh Alderncv butler, churned every morn ing nnd delivered In H to. "Ward" prints, a lo. rcr lb. Also collngo clicoso, buttermilk nud sweet milk, tiQ. pcrqt. Cteani, lSu.pcr plut. "Justli's Old stiind," 010 D street northwest, buys gents' second band clothing. Koto by mall attended to. llnliy CiirrliiRes, rcfilgcrators, carpets nnd furniture sold on weekly or monthly payments ut Smith's, ll.'l New Jersov avenue northwest. DJIID. MCi:i.M:il.-On August 1(1, 1811, August ..liiriit ., iijini ,vui-. Ilehillu'saiid lilcndsof Ibo family aro ro speelfully In, lied to attend his funeral Ironi his Into ieldenee, coriier of Twenty-lint sttect nnd Jlasfiiehu-etts nvenun northwest, Tuisduy afternoon, August is, at I o'clock. 17011 SAI.K-AMIOOM COlTAdt: HOUSlii J., bam, oiitbullillngs, fruit nud ornamen tal shado trees; good water nt tlio door, Willi two acres of ground: near tho depot, l'or further Information call on tho premises or on Jl. I.. l.llllellelil.pJUIU'rlistii w. nillT-'if T OS,T-A(IOI.l)iIi:i)AL(JIAI.TKSH CROSS), ,Ij August 1(1, on Sd si., bet. i: and H. Caro lina au'iiuc; lluder will return ti.SOHiM st.s.o. nnd get rewnril, aiilT-iit GREAT SLAUGHTER -IN- CLOTHING for llio next 110 Das In iimke room Tor lull unit MTulcr (loods, SHI (.'cuts, Cass. Suits for - - SUA) S15 .lien's and youths' Corkscrow, now IB Oil S.i Mi " " Pants, now - S 00 S3 Hoys' Suits for - -. - S'J and it 6!) "Co Hoys' Pauls, now 60 SI " " " 73 SIS " Middlesex Suits II tt) 31.60 Alpaca, Costs, now - - - - 1 IK) ICo and l Wo olllco Coats. Straw and Wool Hats cheap to close out. Shoes at unprecedented prices. O". "W. SELBT. 1911 AND 1010 PIINN. AVK. KIIG'S PALACE, 814 Seventh Street. GREAT CLOSING SALE -01'- Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Tips, Plumes, Ribbons, Laces, Silks, Velvets, Sun Umbrellas, Parasols, Jerseys, Gloves, Oorsets. TiT DON'T I'AIf.TO ATTEND. TROWSERS, I.ICIIT WKIOHT. A Mi WOOL, NIIW OO0D3, y:.flo. E. B. BARNUM & CO., 111 I'KNNA. AVKN'l'i:. SOHILLBNGER Artificial Stone Paving Co. Office, 1418 New York Avenue. Artistic and Fine Work in Comont a Specialty. Our Skilled Workmen lay tlio following Pavements! Sclilllcnrjer's Patent, Best Granolithic Asphaltuni, Artificial Stone. Neufchatel, Mastlo. Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stables and Cellars laid Willi neatness nud promptness. Owners ol property aro notified that thoy will ho held responsible for Infringements of this patent, Tho United States Courts for tlio District of Columbia liavo recently enjoined II. I.. Crnnforil and tho Commissioners of tho Dlstrlot of Columbia fiom luylng this pave ment. All artlllolnl stone pavements other thou that laid under tho patent aro worthlms. JOS. O, MoKIBBIN, Telephone Call -107-2, i'roaldout. ii ii. I.. I e. HW MM, Hi ' HI ' M - R'.Hi! Hi H.J H7M' HM Sl-Jj srU l'M in v,ii 1V llift, IDs1 UK II -III .1(1 I .THi .".lit TUB VISITORS' GUIDE. 1'OINT.H Ol A1IOIITTII INTIIIttiHT Ifs? ANI) I NATIONAI, UAI'ITAl.. Wlii'lo Tliey All, Wlien In Sen Tlinin, mill How lo del There. Tin llxcciltlvo niniiHlim, Tlo lesldcmo of Iho I'rosldent, known as Iho Whllo House, Is on I'enu-s-ylvnnlii avenue, west of Iho Tiensury liulldlnir. Il Is reached l.y thu Aveniio sired curs. Tlio l.nst room of Iho Mansion is open to visitors every day except Stllidnys. The irrotimls aro tnslefiilly laid out with walks, tiers, shrubbery and fountain. Upon Iho lot Immediately south a comcrt, open to thu public, Is rjlven every Saturday evcnlin; iliitlnt; the summer and caily fall, from 5:111) lo 7 o'clock, liy thu 1'nltcd Sliilos Mtitliic ll.ind. 'I'ln Kiiprctiti Cmirt. Tho Supiemc Court ciC tlio Unlled Stole occupies a room on thu eastern side of tho couucellmr build Injr lictwccii tlio lolundn and ihu t Ii wluic of the Capllol, Ills very unostenta tious In lis fiirnlttjro and of llinltcd seallnii capacity. It was foimcily used as the Semite ClumiLer. Slepniiincnt of .JiimIIcc. 'Ihu Dcpaitmint of .luslleo Is open every day, except Hundiiy, from 1) a, m. to II p, in., and occupies tho upper Hours of a lnrjro ricucca Mono biilldlm; on l'eunsylvaiila avenue, between Fifteenth and ITtlccn-and-n-lialf streets nortli west. The principal object of lu tercstls Iho gallery of pidiillni's of the Allorneys-tlcnenil of the I'lillcd Slates, which Is In the Attoiney-Ocncriil's ofllcc. Tin Ailiednet lirldiic. Tho Ai)itcduct llildgo crosses tho Potomac from Iho foot of High street, West Washington, nud con licctlm; with tho romls to Ar lington and Fort Meyer, on tho Vliglnla bank, I'orl Mi'.vrr. l'oit Mcjcr Is situated In Virginia, a short dlstanco northwest of Iho Ar llliutou House. It Is now a station for Instruction of oftl ccrs nnd men In the Signal Sen. Ice of tho army. Aliiniitoii. The Arlington IIoiiso nnd National C'cmo tery (open to visitors every day) mo situated on thu sum mit of a hill oil Iho Virginia shore of tho Potomac, alTonllng an excellent view of Washing ton. II Is about four miles from Iho Capitol across tho Aqueduct bridge. Tho ceme tery comprises nboilt '-'03 acres mid tho bodies of nearly 111,000 soldiers from tho battle Debts of Virginia and tho hospitals at tho Capital hero repose. Tin .Viiiiciiltmnl Dcpni'tincnt. The Agrlcultiual Depaitiucnt Is between tho Washington Monument and Smithsonian Institution, near Twelfth street, em the lino of thu licit I.ino cars. It Is open daily, except Sunday, from 11 n. m,, to .1 p, m. It contains a museum, seed nnd specimen looms, etc., and Is surrounded by grounds containing rare horllcultiirul collections. Tin llolnnlcnl (.'nrdonH. Tho Botanical Hardens nro open dally from 1) a. m. lo 0 p. in. They mo situated at thu foot of Capitol Hill, facing Pennsylvania ave nue. Tho' object of tho garden Is experimental III floriculture, public Infill illation anil tho dis tribution of rare plants. Tho disposition of tho collection Is according to u geographical dis tribution. Tho strictly tropical plants occupy Iho central con MTvalory, and Ihoso of a semi tropical nature nro placed in tho west range and win", and all Indigenous lo countries lying toward tho South I'olo aro In the cist ningo and wing. Dur ing the summer tho hardiest plants In boxes nro ranged on either side of tho main walk, nud contribute materially to Iho beauty of tho garden. In tho centre of tho lawn facing Iho conservatory is Iho Bar tholin fountain, which was ex hibited ut tlio Centennial Uxpo hltlou hi lbTfl. Tho fountain, In full play, presents n beauti ful effect, especially when ro llcctlngtho rays of tho sun. 'Mi. Vernon. Mount Vernon Is situated on tho l'otnmac 15 miles below Washington. It can ho reached dully except Sunday by tho steamer W. W. Corcoran, which leaves Seventh street whaif at 10 o'clock n. in. hluiip, returning nt Ih.lO p. m. Tho mansion Is situated on an cmineiico overlooking tho river and Is open to visitors. Near tho foot of the luclliio which leads to tho hotiso aro tho tombs ofdeorgo Washington and his wife, Martha, llcforo reaching them thu ruins of tho old vault, which originally contained tho remains of Washington, nro pointed out by tho guide. Meals can bo obtained on tho grounds. KinuivcN, Circles itiul Htiitiio. In addition to Ihu grounds attached to tho public luiIlillnirH tliero nro n number of beautiful squares and circles In tho city. IiAVAYUTTi: SQUAIIC faces tho While House, on Pennsylvania avenue, between Flfteen-and-a-half and Slxtcen-and-a-half streets northwest. In tho cen tre of this square Is Chirk Mills' cqiiosti Ian statue of (leiieral Au di ew .luckson. It Is colossal ami cost j-50,000. M'l'lll'.llHON BQUAUIi Is on Vcimont avenue, between I and K streets uoilhwcst. Tho park Is laid out In concrete walks, with shady trees and shrubbery. In the centre Is tho bronze stattio of Mnjor-ncneral James 11. Mcl'hcroon, which eostSii, 500, nnd wns erected by tho Army of the Tennessee. I'AllllAdUT SljUAlli: Is on K street, at tho Intersection of Seven teenth street. Tho walks nro beautifully laid out and shaded. In the centre Is tho colossal liruuzu slutilo of David (I. I'nr ragut, llrst Admiral of tho Unlled Slates Navy, oxccutcil by Mrs, Vliinlo ileum Hoxle, Washington, D, U IKKO, In order of Congress, at a cost of 01,000, JL'PICIAltV ()OAIli:, which lies at tho head of I'our-aiid-half street, between Fourth and Fifth streets northwest, Is one of tho largest In tho city. Tho south portion Is oc'iiplcd by Iho City Hull. Tho new Pen sion building, where thu Demo cratic Inauguration hall was held, Is now In cjurso of erec tion on Ihu iioi Ih sldo of this square ll.UVMNOS tMl'Alli:, Oil Ks'" Vnik nveniio southwest of Iho Slain Deportment, ts tastefully laid out with walks, shady trees, hhutbbcry and rustic fountains. In tho centre Is tho bronze statuo of flcuerul John A. Itaw llngB. It was erected in 1871 nud cost $!',500. riiini'.Mi fsejUAiiis nt tho Intersection of Massachusetts and Maryland avenues northeast, contains tho colossal bronze equestrian stiittiontMuJor-tlen-oral Nathaniel tlrceiie, which cost !50,(XK), kcott rrjt'Aiin, nt the Intersection of Mnsitchiisctt and llhodo Island nvetiiies, con tains Iho bronze st.itllo of (lenernl Wlnlleld Heolt. Tho (lencral Is repicenled In tlio full uniform of Ids rank, mounted on n war charger, at rest, and surveying Iho licht of lntllo. Tho stone forming Iho 1 cdcslnl nro tho largest ever quarried In this country. Tho total cost was (JUOiOOO. litASKMN SQUAIIC isl.ctwrcn Ihhlccnlh and fourteenth audi and K streets notlhwcst. This sqiiniu was purchased by tho (lovernment In IS'.".! In ordcrto se euro control ofnflnu spring, Ibo water from which Is still used for drinking purpose.! at Iho F.xtcutlvo Mansion. Thcsqiiara Is planted with a pleasing va riety of ornamental trees and Mil ills. 11NCOI.N HqlAllll in l.'rst Capllol at I ret, ono mllo cast of Iho Capllol, Is prettily laid out. In Ihu centre stands thohrouta group entitled "Knianclpa llon," leprcscntlng Ahrahum Lincoln, Iho sixteenth Presi dent of Iho United Stale, standing by a monolith anil holding hi Ids right hand the proclamation of freedom. A sluto kneeling nt his feet with manacles biokcu. Is nbotit to rise. Tho sliiliiowiiscreeledby Ihu Western Sanitary Commis sion of St. Lout. Mo., out of tho funds contributed solely by tnuineipiitid citizens of tho United Stales, ilivlarcd frco liy the proclamation of January 1, lfcoll. WASIIIMITON CIIICIX, nt Twciity-llilrd street and Pennsylvania nvcniie northwest, contains tho equestrian platuo of (Icner.il (Icorgo Washington by Chirk Mills, elected nt a cost of $50,- CCO. Tho statue was cast out of guns donated by Congress. THOMAS CillCM: Is nt tho Intersection of Massachusetts and Vermont avenues and Foifr Iccnlh street. It contains the equestrian hronrostatiioof (len ernl (Icorgcll. Tliomns, creeled by Iho Army of tho Cumber land nt a cost of $50,000. Pti'ONT CI1ICI.K Is situated ot tho Intersection of Connecti cut, Massachusetts and Now lliiinphlro avenues nnd Nine teenth and P streets northwest. In It Is tho slatuo ot Hear-Ail-mluil S. F. Dujiont hi heroic hi onve. Its cost was !?17,ti00, elected by tho (lovcrnnicnt. l.VTIICII 1'l.ACi: Is the small rpaee to tho south of the Me morial Lutheran Church, ucur tho corner of Fourteenth street and Massachusetts aventtu northwest. There Is tho stiiluo of Miutln Luther, erected by tho Luther Stiiluu Assoclutlon, in commemorntlou of tho -100th nnnlvcrsay of his birth. It cost 55,000. rnoiT.ssou hcnuv's btati'k. Situated about EOO feet north of tho west wing of thuSndthsont.ui Insll tiitlou, facing south, ts tho hi ouzo stuluo ot Profesnr Joseph Henry, llrst secretary of Iho Smithsonian Institution. Tho statue, which was unveiled hi 18SI, was erected by tho (ioveinmentatacostof $15,000. Till! MAIISItALI, HTATUi:. Near the foot of the Capitol building Is tho hi'0!i7o staluoof John Mnish.ill, fourth Chief Justice ot Iho United Stales. It cost 10,000, nnd rcpicsents tho subject ns seated In his gown nud expound ing tho law. Tin: rcAcu monu.miint. Near tho western eiitraiico ot Iho Capllol grounds Is thu Monument of Pence. It was designed by Admiral Porter and erected from subscription started by him In IHII5. It commemorates tho olllcers, seamen and ma rines who fell during tho lato ivar. It ts hi marble and it cost ".1,000. Tho pcdcbtal nnd platform, costing $'JO,000, wero paid for out of. an appropria tion by Congress. mirxNorcm's wasiiinoto.v. (liccnough's statno ot Washington, repre senting him in a ltoman toga, is situated In tho park at tho cast flout of the Capitol, It cost S?4V0), appropriated by Con gress. In front of Iho City Hull, nt thu head of Foiir-aml-n-halt sticct, facing south, ts Iho marble statue of Abraham Lincoln. It was erected hi lECi! by Congress and cost $15,000. Trt'iiNtiry IM'imrt incut. Tho Treasury Dcpaitmcnt, on Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania, ave nue, is a threo-slury building of (Ireclnn Ionic architecture, with basement and sub-baso-nicnt, -IGS feet In length nud 'Jill feet In width. It Is open dally, except Sunday, from II n. in, to M p. m. Sltitc, War nml Xnvy. Tho State Department building, which In cludes also tho War and Navy Departments, Is situated west of Iho Whito llouso and Is open to thu public dally from 11:30 n. m. to SiiUO p. m,, excepting on iliursilays, when only members of tho Diplomatic Corps aro admitted, and Saturdays, when, during tho session, Members or Congress only nro thus privi leged, Tlu Interior Dcpuiiiiicnt. This building, better known from thu purpose- for which It was originally creeled as tho Patent Olllco, In cluding also tho Indian Olllco and (lencral Laud Olllco, lies between Seventh and Klghth nud F mid (I streets northwest, and is open daily, except Sun days, from 0 ii. m. to II p. in, Tho (iciiernl Poxlotllco. Tho General FostofUcc, standing directly opposite tho Patent "Olllco, be tween K and F streets, Is open lo tho public dally from (I a. m. to 'i p. m. Tho building is nt Corinthian architecture, and Its erection was begun hi 1SU'.). The Army alcdlcul Museum, Tho Aimy .Medical Museum, originally a church and subsequently known ns Foul's Theiilro and inadu uieiuorublo by Iho assassination of President Lincoln, Is situ ated on Tenth street, between K mid F streets, and is occupied by Ihu Surgeon-General, it is ii place of great historic Inter est and open every dny except Sunday from II a, in, to It p, in. The liouso directly opposite, No, fill) Tenth street, Is where Mr, Lincoln was taken after ho was shot and where hu died tho next morning, ovci nnii'iit I'riiilliir Olllco. Tlui (Invctiimcut Printing Olllco and Hind cry Is situated on Iho southwest corner of H and North Ciinltol streets, and may bo runoliod most conveniently by Ihu cars ofthoC-'olumbla-Sliect Hallway, It Is open to visitors from 8 u. in. Ion p. m. nud Ihu entrance Is on Ninth Capitol street. Tlio Anvy Ym-il, Tho Navy Yard Is situated on tho Anncostla at tho terminus of Klghth street southeast, and Is i cached by tho cms of Iho Washington it Georgetown Hallway; also by thu herdlcs. It is open ovcry day except Sunday from 7 a. m. to sunset. Near Iho Navy Yard gate, on tho cast fcltlu of Klghth street southeast, and between (1 and I streets, aro tho Murine llarraeks, open during tho panic hours, The Nml (h noil I nti limtllntlnii. 'lhc Kiullhsoiihm Institution and National Museum, objects of groat In terest to alt strangers, nro situ ated In the Smithsonian ground which occupy 53 1 ncrc, cx Id.dlng frolil Seventh to Twelfth street, and from II street north to II street south, The Smllhsonlnu grounds proper, on which tho buildings mo located, consist of !J0 acre set apart In Iho southwest coiner of Iho main reservation. Theynio open dally from II a, in, lo I p. m, M'nliliigtiin llniineliH. Tho U. S. Unrrucks, foimcrly tho U. S. Arrcnnl, open from sunrise to sunset, occupy n level Iract of laud bordering on tho Poto mac, twelve feet above high water, at thoc.xtremo southern point of Iho city. It I accessi ble by tho Seventh nnd Ninth sticct cars, Tho ground nru 1 cnullfully laid out, and entered thtniigh inasslvu gates swung on heavy gnu. Tlio gauisou consist of foot and Hying bat teries, which drill every morn ing. An opcn-nlr concert I given by llie Third Aillllery Hand on Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons of each week, from 5:!;0 lo (1:110 p. in, Dies pr.rado every evening at seen o'clock. The imijrailnc nro on Iho Anncoslla, ' (lunrd mount every morning. Cni'cornn Art (Jallei'.v. Tho Coicoran Art (Inllcry I on Iho north cast corner of Seventeenth street and Peiinsjlviinliiavcnuo. It Is open from October to Mny fiom Ida. in, lol p, m,, nnd at olher seasons from II n. in. to 4 p. in., Tuesdays, Thursdays nnd Saturdajs being frco days. On Mondnjs, Wednesdays nud Fridays an admission fco ot twenty-live cento Is charged. (ViiM'tcri''. Onk Hill, Oeorgetown, Is open from oun ilso lo sunset every day, ex cept Sundays and holidays. It Is reached by Iho Mctiopolltati nud Pcniisjlvanln avenue cars. Tho Congressional Cemetery, open every day, except Sunday, Is accessible to within Iho ills Innco of half a mllo by tho Pennsylvania aveniio cars and Iho herdlcs. It Is on tlio banks of Iho Auacostla. Hock Creek Cemetery, open every day, ex cept Sunday, Is reached by the Seventh-street cars. The Na tional Military Cemetery lie cast of llock (reck and adjoins the Soldiers' Home. (Ileuwood 'Cemetery, at thu head of Lin coln avenue, I ono mllo and ii-half iioith ot tho Capitol nud reached from tho Columbia Street Hallway. -Mount Olivet Cemetery Is on tho line of tho Columbia turnpike, halt a mllo Uortli of thu eastern terminus of thu Columbia Hallway. (Iracelnnd Cemetery lies at tho tenninus of tho Coluinbla SI I eel Itallway cast. The Washington Critic, AN- AFTERNOON NEWSPAPER, AND SUCCKSMlt TO The Evening Oritic. A New Paper Under New Management. SINGLE COPIES, TA'O CENTS, Delivered by Carriers per month, "Il cants, liy Mall, l'ostitea Paid, Ono Yenr, SIM. ZZ liy Mali, Postage Paid, Six Months, S-'.50 Office, 941 D St., Adjoining tlio Washington l'ost unit National llepiililleiin. KEEP'S SHIRTS, IS7 SI'VENTII STUEKT N. W. O. P. BURDETTE, KOMI AClPAT. !rinH Emerson. Steele & Ban's PIAITOS, Wilcox .t White and Kimball Organs. Pianos nnd Oreuns sold on In-tiillmcnts, rented or oxcluuiKcdi rent applied If purchased. HENRY E3ERBACH, 916 F St Managing partner of tho Into ilrm of Kills A Co. JtXMUirl'llKII. ATlcllmoroutllfiilllnimilrnro tsuilni! Premsturo, llecnjr, Nonaua Dot'JUr. J't Manhood, .lo.JinvliiK trioil In vain orrr known remoJy.liasnl.H.'overciln simple means ot solf-euro, which lie lll ssnill'ltlli; tii)itsfo.llo--itran A4dreBj,J,lLHUi;VJJS.iJ Chatham U-.fnwVorlr. BWAVNE'fJ OINTMENT it a pfatnanf, tun curi. gCHIHBPILES.eSfegSpg Nccdlnt renewed ktrcnctli, or who fcuOVr IVoin Intlrmltlct pecullur to llit'Ir uvxt nbuulij try THE BEST TONIC Till a mnilfolnA cnmliinoB Iron witli nuro vcirntaMii tonicft, nnd la InTulnaltlo fur DIhoseuh peculiar to V-niiiciitii. iillwholua(UtflntoryllTt'i). t llu lichfM ami A'lirllU'd tho Itlumlf Sdunitatt'H iho Aiip'Ml't MruiiuiIii'iiH I ho lUiiHclt'rj and Nrri'w In tact, thoroughly JiiuoriilrN, Oleum thu comvloiion, and inakca the hkhi tmootli, ltdtc-4U0t liUtkc-n thu teeth, cauBohomlacho, ur rnxlucu const Ipa t ion ( otktr irm mtdkinti do, Mrs. Vutinzm liAinii, U rarwcll AroMllwau kw, li.,ti . under datonf Deo, &;th,mit "I liavo UBt'ii Ilrown'H Iron Hitters, nnd it Iiah lien more than ft doctor to inn, havInK curnl ino-iii'tho woaknoBH iAdIon liavo In lilo. iVIxo cured mo of IJv or Com plaint, ond now rny comploil-nn la clear mid giKHl. Haaliwn iMjnofkial to ruy children." Y Oenulno has aIiovo trado mark nnd rroHuod rod Huob on wraptr, Tnlto no iillii'r MaUo only liy iiuow.n nu:MiOAi c(.,iiAimuni:(Aii, IiAPiEa1 Hand Hook uwrul and tttractlvo, ra- taining Hat ot pnzoa for rrfne, infonnatfon about colna, to siven away by all ueilurn In inmlloinu, or tuailod to any addroeu ou receipt ol So, itanip, PILES. WSs0m M HOTELS AND f!ESTAUrtANTS, THE EBBJTT: WASHINGTON, 1). V. ABMY it NA7Y HEADQUARTERS. I (II II I HON 1 1 UK KSl'U'KS .jri:jt3l.s--:i,(io i.n.ljlil.oo p(,r l)iiy. f.l AltlllM HOliNIi, JL1 KrilOPK N PI,A-f. l'cnnsrlvnnla nvcmio, mnr I'ourli'culli stroot, fpeclftl rates lor hummer Months, GMNTON llntlsi:, 7TII ANIIIKT.-1. ii W hrst-elass talilo l.oar.1 and larua rooms at rrnsoniililo rntos; location central. WW, O. XAYI.Olt, Proprlplor. J'U' ST. JAMIIH' IIOTMIi, KUItOPKANPfiAN, Sixth street nml 1'etiiisylvanln nvontio. I,. WOOimlntY, Proprietor. THE LOSEKAM, 1323 P Strett N. W , 0pp. tha Ebbttt, WAMI1NOTON, 1). !. rrhoC'Inienilon, Harntoja Mprlnj(J, f. Y.) !. I.OHlllCAM, rrnprlrl.il-. CLOTHING. KC. ID. B.A.P2.P?., 1111 Penu. Avo., Spring and Summer Overcoatings & Trouserings Of my own Importation, now received . flcntlo men, plouso call, Inspect nnd loavo Ti.ur or ders nt tlio Leading Tailoring KstnblUliment of Wnshlneton. licit (Joods. Host Trim mines. Mono hut llrst-ulass. workmen em ployed at 1111 Pennsylvania- Avenue. EC. 3D. IBJTVEL, Importer and Tailor. A. SAKS & CO., Leaders in Clothing, 316 So 318 7-fc.fcL Sti BOOTS AMI SHOES, . v-v-v-.-- . One-Price Shoe Store. A. L' HAZELT0N, 0 I'i'.l s!oi'iilh Stroot, I'n.ler Oilil-l'ellows' Hall. K. t'. Hurt's 1'lno Hhoos for Ladlos n specialty. FANCY GOODS. IE. 0-.XD-A."VIS, Black Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces and Trimmings. 710 MAItKET BPAOE, WA81IINOTON, D. O. SUN UJIBRELLAS AND FARMS. Full BtocU ot Bun Umurollaa and Parasol). WILLIAM R. RILEY, Ullej Rullilliic. Cnr. Dili nml K Mis. u.it GEO. WHITE, Ladles' Tailor 'and Habitmakor, 730 Seventeenth St. N. W. .USB COKE For Ck'iicrntlii'r. Blcani. l'or L'oolihiK l'ltrposos. For lIcnlhiK hy t iiinacc. For hcatlnp hyT.atrol.ic. f. For Open (1 rates. It Is Kaslly Ignlteil. It Millies n Quick, Hot Flro. It Does Not Hum Out tlio Grate. It Is Economical, It Will l'ay tn Try It. l'OIl SAI.IJ HY TUB Washington Gaslight Com'y. 4) Bu-liols, Crushed S) 7.1 i". llushels, Cnifclied .'.'A) 10 llusliels, Not Crushed a IH ii5 llushels, Not t'ruslicil si I))' rSHellvercd to Any Part of Washington or (IcorEctown. The Beat and Mo3tProfusely Illustrated Woikoa Washington Ezer PuMlslied. "THE NATIONAL CAPITAL,"- Washington Past and Present -IJY- STILSON HUTOHINS, Editor "Washington Tost," -AND- JOS. WEST MOORE,, Author and Journalist, WITH Nl'Altl.Y TEHEE HUNDRED PI0TUEE3, Including Nearly All of Iho Most Noted Private flesidences. Is for eMo at tho Counthif; Room of "Tho JMly l'ost." OT AS. H- IMIoGIIjL DICAUJU IN llUHillIKa SUI'I'LIE9, H0.S lo 911 a fctreet northwest, next Nutlonal' Hlllcs' Armory. 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