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THE WASHINGTON OUTIf, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1PB0.
V l WASHINGTON OUITIO liiUltlmt Daily, Sundays ErxpM UT Tho Evening CrltlcPubllshlnp; Company 1IAM.I:T K 11.110 U IIS, l'rc.ldont, IV. SCOTT TOWI'.Itt, Tri'inurer. It. II. SVI.VINTI'.H, Socri'tiiry. Offices, 3STo. O-il ID Sliroob I'OST Ill'lIPINU, AVASIIINtnoN, It. c. Tho Crltlo Tolopliono Cull Is 111-2. Tlllt.USl MngloCopy 5 Cents Hv Carrier 31 Cents Hy Mull, tKntnco pnld, ono year $I..V Jly Mnll, potngc pnld, lx months '.'.W Alnll HuWrlptlons Invnrlnbly In iidvunco, Address Tin: WASiiiNcrros chitic, lVnhlllg(on, I). (,. itieti.iti ii. svi,vr.sTi:ii, - iMiinr. Washington, Aug. 24, 1S85. WHAT TO IIH AlKHIT IT. A good ninny foolish tilings nro no doubt ilono In the nnnic of Civil Bervlco Jtcfoim, ns thcro nro crimes committed In tho , witno of Liberty j but (he Pemocrallo party etui linrilly nllortl to quarrel with It Just now. There Is so much In tho nntiiu of n thing. Its apparent defense of slavery ivns whnt broke up tho party once. 'What tho popular mliul would l)e inndo to believe was nu ntttick upon Itcform would break It up again, though the Democracy of this country nio quite ns much In favor of purity and rlllclency In the public service nit Is possible for men to be. So they were not In principle tho upholders of hu man chiitteltsm as the right thing for a Jreu government, butouly that being of constitutional recognition It should bo dealt with constitutionally rather than liy firo mid sword. In whatever policy may be adopted by the next House of Representatives therefore, caie should be taken by the Democratic parly not (o commit Itself., even by implication, to the absolute overthrow or lepudlatlon of a system which was llrst made necessary by tlio' prostitution of the Clvll-Servlce to the machine uses of the Republican party. Tho mistake that Mr. Pendleton made was in not limiting the scope of the legislation which he originated to a remedy of actual and existing evils, instead of spreading out hli bill to cover details of appointment and eligibility, with which Congress had nothing to do. All that the Civil-Service needed was the elimination of that form of gross political corruption which c.une lobe known and detested as jayhubbel "isin. This done, the country would have been satisfied. Hut In whatever policy may now bo ngrced on whatever measures the Democrats in Congress may devise to extricate themselves from tho trap In which they have been caught they must carefully avoid any proceeding which might bo construed as a declara tion of war upon the principles of re form. The (.ystem can bo modified, Imt tho sphit of the law cannot be wisely or safely condemned ; and in the meantime the letter of the law should be carefully obeyed. AKCTIC KXI'I.OltATIONS. A paper piepared by Lieutenant Dancnhower, who was on tho Jcannetlo expedition, will bo discussed by tho IT. S. Nnval Institute in October next. The subject of tho paper is Arctic ex plorations, in regard to which Lleuten nnt Dancnhower seems to have n good dcnl of solid common bensc. Ho says that after serving on ono Arctic expedition, having devoted seven years to tho question of Arctic explora tion nml having watched tho numerous efforts made and tho Insullleient results obtained by the sacrifico of life and treasure In this direction, ho unhesita tingly records himself as opposed to nny further voyages of adventuro to the central polar basin. Tho gradual extension of observatory stntlons in the Interest of science should bo made, but National support should' not bo given to nuothcr polar expedition, Sinco thoGrecly disaster the people of tho country aro almost unanimously of the same way of thinking as Lieuten ant Dancnhower. SPAIN ANI IIISMAIICK. In Madrid and other portions of Spain, the cholera notwithstanding, there were immense processions of peo ple yesterday protesting against tho nction of Princo IHsmarck In seizing tho Carollno Islands. Tho military and other clubs have decided to expel all the German honorary members. In hhort tho Spanish people havo con cluded that they aro very mad Indeed, They aro hot-blooded mid quick to nnger by nature, but they seem to have just cause for their Indignation now. Princo Uismnrck himself appears to think that they havo a right to at least growl somo, for his ofilcial organ " nounces that n compromise is very probable Thcro would In no case bo n serious rupture. Germany would not enro to go to war with Franco In her present humor, and Spain Is not pre pared for nny kind of a light. The Stato Department U receiving nt tho rnto of fifteen or twenty a day tho replies of consular olllcers to tho circulars recently issued calling for information as to tho various industries. The reports contain statistics and sug gestions of great commercial vnluo, and it is proposed to compile thoso relating to cacl Industry in a form nccos-tlblo to tho trade. Tho central idea of nil tho correspondence is to point out now di rections In which American manufac tures or materials can find their way Into foreign markets. Secretary Ilayanl Is well pleased nt tho success of what lio regards ns a very important move ment. ' At Titr. timo of Hugo's death thoro wnB posted upon tho bulletin boards of Paris ono peculiar scnleneo: "To tho Illustrious poet tho enemy of tobacco," which recalls tho fact that both ho mid Ilia friend, Henri Jtochcforl, editor of tho Intrantlgcant, strange as It may Bcem resembled 0110 another In their aversion to tho Indian weed, Iloclio- fort thus writes to the President of tile Society for tho Prevention of the Abuso of Tobacco: "I agreed no woll with Victor Hugo on tho question of tobacco that neither of us smoked. I linic often hcniil him apply to that Miipcfler the follow Injr mot: 'I will snjof tobacco what the ltoyallsl Mini tnletnbeit nld of universal sulTrago, It Is n slow poison, but It Is sure.' " AVe nro jtlml to learn that there Is one thlnjc In which Itoehefoit Is not an ex tremist, though the virtue of his nb stliicnco from smoking will scarcely cover a multitude of othrr slus, In this respect It differs from charity. T11 1:111: will bo high limes In the Highlands of bouuy Scotland to-morrow. Queen Victoria, with her new soii-ln-lniv and Princess Ilcutilcc and many other In her train, will arrive at llalmoral, and the Highlanders are pic parlng to give them u grand reception. The Queen will probably have more enjoyment on the occasion than sho has had In a long time; and yet she will not bo entirely happy. Sho will not have John llrown and his lacerated legs to excite her commiseration, but Her Mnjoly may favor us with a few reminiscences of her favorite gillie couched In iter usual sprightly I'ngllsh. Tim: next meeting of tho American Institute of Mining Knglnccr.s will bo held at Halifax, commencing Septem ber III. The people of Halifax aro pre paring a number of excursions and din ners for them. Important papers will be nail by prominent mining engineers on subjects not only of Interest lo the members of the institute, but to the public generally. The comprehensive character of the Institute Is shown by the fact that among the gentlemen who will read papers aro residents of nil sec tions of the United States, Canada and Nova Scotia. Mn. l'ntiAii L. Vakhisan of tho Chicago Current nunoiinccs that he will be obliged to suspend tho publica tion of that really meritorious weekly. Ho has exhausted Ills private means in the effort to support it and reached tho end of ids tether. It was a most com mendable nud well-conducted under taking, but In its very nature Involved large expenditures for original con tributions, -which, as n rule, wcro of too high a literary character for tho demands of tho Chicago market. O'Dokova.n Hossa Informs his dyna mite agents at Havre and Antwerp that they do not keep busy enough, and ho bids them arrange, foitliwlth, for sev eral simultaneous explosions. Somo people might suggest to Itossa that In stead of making war upon the effete despotisms of Kuropo at such long range, ho go across tho ocean himself nud take up his position nt the front. Theie might not bo so much money in it ns ho can make at homo, but certainly a great deal more patriotism. Tins Is a year of lowcilng records In all kinds of speed. The splendid Cit uard steamer, the. Ktrurla, on her last trip acioss tho Atlantic beat nil the lec'ords of tho greyhounds of tho sea. She left Queenslowu a week ago yester day. Last Saturday alio passed Sandy Hook, having made the voyage in six days, five hours and nine minutes ac tual lime. Tho best previous record was that of tho Oregon, who came over in six days, ten hours and ten minutes. A max was sent to tho woikhouse on Satuulay who by his own confession had come to Washington to purchaso counterfeit money. Tho police author ities should carefully and thoroughly Investigate tho case. People do not look for green peas In a stubblo field, mid It Is a matter of serious importance to Washington business men to ascer tain if there aio any dealers in crooked money plying their avocations in the Dlstilct. Foil a party which tho Republican newspapers say is "awful" mad with its President, tho Democratic party Is saying somo "awfully" good things about Mr. Cleveland whenever It meets In convention. His administration is endorsed without a singlo reservation. Mr. Cleveland doubtless likes to havo his party mad with hlin in that way. Tun sewers on the Aveniio got n Hushing yesterday that they ought to icmcmber for nt least forty-eight hours nnd give us forth no moro un-f-eemly smells. It wa3 demonstrated at tho 8:11110 timo that the sower inlets, though of regulation size, aro not big enough to accommodate the rain from u cloud-burst. This Is an off year in tho politics of Connecticut, and as a consequence lit tle interest Is apparent 113 yet in tho Oc tober town elections. Tho Hartford Timet Fnyn that Republicans and Demo crats alike scan to be thoroughly satis fied with Mr. Cleveland's administra tion and disposed to drop polities alto gether. Tiiky say tho President has been making a secret Investigation of tho woiklngsof tho District Government, in order lo satisfy himself of somo things he docs not clearly understand. This reads n good deal like tho story nbout Cleveland's quarrel with Tllden, Now that tho ghost of Aqulla Jones, tho IndTanapolls postmaster, lias been laid nud tlio unlquei Jllgglns been al lowed lo livo in something llko peace, the country yearns' for an Issue. What shall It be? That fearful mid wonderful tiling known as the now Pension Olllco build ing, is neaily completed. A good op portunity is offered an energetic cy clone. Tin: w.vv to Tin: city. Tho city of tlio Lord I evo He) und llio lirmiimont ufar; Its ei iry domo u noonday nun, Ami every pinnacle a slur I How shall I nealo those shining holghts, Ami In Ills beauty stu tlio Kln, Ami bear lliu anlliems of tlio skloi 'J bote tuna 1clodtl.1l 1 olcos sing f I.cnil ino, Thou Bruiting I.iinli of Clod And plum luu nour Thy wounded MJo; Willi Theo In glory let ino llyn Imtr.ortul, slmu Tliou once bust rtlod. Thou art my Sailor ! theru In nono HutTliioon wliuin 1 dniorolys JV.r Thee, 0 Christ, 'tis mint) to live. In Tlieo my Joy shall bo to die. Then, while this crumbling body sloops In bono Ik nentli 1M nuttvo mm, Jly iuuI, redeemed, will rlsn tosco Tho shining city of my Oml ! -lltuv a, Ireureiis Prluio. i'i:oim,i: in (ii:xi:itAt.. (irM'iiii.Piii'nM.iN lino rejoined Ms Mm lly at I.nMe Mltmetonkn. Hox.Joii'i A. Kson, Into Mililotor to (lummy, nrrlvi-il In Now York on Saturday from nurope. I'.x-SnsATon 1'iNKNur Wiivtb of Mury 1nt.il nml family will remain at Umpf llnmcli uUlltfcptrinbir. llnv. John 1'. N'r.w in Is until to liu can lapping for a bMinprlc III tlio Mollioillsl I'.plfcopal (.'Imrcli. Mil. Aniwisw CuiNroinot VltNtmrg was n pnNniiccr by the fat riilp Klinlra, which atilui! In New Vuik Saturday. limine Dominick M.iNfcv, ailiiiliilotr.i lor of I lie Dlcecfc of Mobile, I the guoat of Atthblrhnp (llbbous at llalllmore. Mis I'.inmi; Iliiiis of Itlchinonil, Va., I mM to be the nmtt clftol Hnircr at thu White Sulphur S-prlngs this e.ion. Tin: thlileeiilh annual ('(invention nf Chief I'lni IhiirliircM will bo held at Inland' Ocean Hotel, Long Hrauch, Sept. 0-1 1. tfixmrrAiiv Dan Manmmi has gone from Wnohliiglnii to Wntch I III 1. Ves-tlnt Is uluit lllll Is afraid of. Troy Telegram. Mn. Ciih'ncey M. Dr.enw lias gone to Wlmlnor, VI. i on a few dajs visit to Sent tor William M. Kvaits at his residence Ihire. l'.-SrfiiMAiir CliM)i.i:nlsat his sum mer tisldfiieo In Warner, N II,, ronsliler ably out of health nml under the eaie of n I'hjtlelun. .Makaoi:u l'AMif r.n Is visiting his father at toulngtoii, Coun,, will be in New York lo-iiiormw ami then go to his country place nt Stanford. Mil. .Ions lloAcu Is nt Mt, Mcdrogor, nc coinpnnlcd by his son and daughter, and will iiinalu until ho fully recovers from hl.i ucciit nirvous prostration. lllcilot Lay of tho Dloccso of Gaston, now at Mnnsancttn Springs, Vs., Is reported fomculiiit better of his recent Illness, but is still In a ferloiiH condition. Iawiie.ncc Haiiiictt left N'ew York Sat uulay evening for St. Paul with n company of twentj-four peoplo to relicarso thoro a viek jirlor to his opening engagement. Tin: American liar Association, which met nt Saratogn last week, has over seven hundred members, ninotig whom nro about ono hundred ex-Congressmen nnd twenty cx-dovcrnors. Cai'TAIN Ke'Pemikx, tlio officer In charge, of the guard nt (letieral (Irant's grave, Isa Inolher of Mr. ressenden of Stanfoi-d, Conn., fccrctary of tlio Itepubllcau Xa tlonal Committee. Scciiutahv Wiiitm:v'8 family, ho aro now nt Lenox, Masp., proposo to make that lllagc their fcitminer hcadipiarters for tho next fivo j cars. They occupy what Is known ns the Ilnggerty plneo, ono of tho best klioMii In tho town, Tin: Vuioima Campaign opens to-day, Hon. John I. Massey representing tho Dem ocratic ticket at a meeting In King William, nud Hon. John S, Who appearing for tho llepubllcans in Washington County. (Jen i ml I-'ltzhugh Leo's llrst encngement Is on the :Ufct,ln.ecomne, the old homo of Henry A. Wise. Tins cuttino an nvciiuo through tho woods at Mount Vernon will glvo a view from tho mansion of tho WnshlngtotiMonu incut nt tho Capital fifteen miles distant. It Is to be hoped that tho vista extending tounuls tho lllvirsldo Monument will nut be so lone;. Yet that project seems still to lm (iiilto In the woods, so to speak. . Y. World. SPECIAL NOTICES. n-f-TIIIS PAl-Klt IS I'ltlNTi'l) With tho feuranoit coi'i'KiMiixnD jii;tai. tyi-j: on tho LAUon-SAVixn svsrrAt or intijk ciia(ii:aiim: typu iiouies. Ilanufactureil by JOHN 0. JIEN'flKL & CO., TYl'l rOUNDKIIS, KLnCTItOTYPUItS, i:x OltAVKUS Anil dealers In rmsTKits sui'pur;, job and cylis- DKIt l'lli:bbi:s AND MACUl.NEltY. Send for ll-stlmates. 01 UC1IMAX ST11KCT, n'.":Ct llaltlmoie. UHLIOIIT WKIOHT l)i:HUY HATS, fur the early Tall Trade, S-ViO, Sl, SI nud S3. PA Mi STYLE SII.K HATS Now Heady, fcreelnl Attention lm Ited to Our 53.00 DKES3 HATS. ii. n. stini:jii:tz & SON, nul8 1J37 renna. Avenuo, .rOUDIAUIilKKA, t'JIOLEIt.V INl-'ANTUJI, CHOI.EUA JlOltllUS, CltAJIt'S IN STOMACH Uso CEUTAIN CHOLEHA CUHE, A. 11UOWN, 1'. O. Box 1. JfotlilnRllkolt. --! U--pECONOMY AND KAI'ErY. 1'or Vapor btoves uso only DANPOnTH'S 1T.UII). I'or Iho Best fttovo buy tho DANrOUTH. DAsroiiTii n.uii) co Jy21 70i1 Ninth st. n. w. BcfTlIE CEI.IIUATEU "HCSPEU" Brand, PATENT MINNESOTA I'l.OUIt. 1'or snlo only by II. Q.KEYWOUTH, r20 Sovonth St., Solo Proprietor. irgH-WASIIINOTON SAVE DEfO.SIT CO., 1)1(1 I'cnna, Avo. Northwost. Tho Company will rent small prlvnto (.afos In Its now riltE AND llUltaLAlM'ItOOF VAULTS from Sfi to? 100, according to size. Hhi.r 1'lnto and nrtleles of valuomaybo stored and Insured for nny length of timo nt cry I euMinalilu tlmrses, jo-YUm EI'PA lll'NTON JEl'P rilANDf.EIt of Missouri. of Ylrelnla. 1IUNTON & CIIANDLEII, Attoineysat-Lnw, Will prnttleo In tho biiprotno Court of tho United Mnti'M, Ilia Court of C'lalmi, tho oourts nf thoDMiletof Columbia, before tho Cum initio of l'oui;res nud tho Departments, Olllces-Nos. U7, M una 131) Corcoran IlulM. ini. Jo-TS tf -T1IE BEST MEALS IN THE CITY ONLY 'Jr. CENTS. j'xcpucni inncii in mm met. THE UAHKII'I.l) DlNI.Nd-HOOMS, DOS ' St. n. w. Itooms for lent, htrletly tomperuneo. JuUI tf AY. T. CltD.MP. Proprietor. -110Ti:ii DUHOUIH, 172S Peiuia. Avo. N, W. ItESTAUItANT A LA CAItTE. Summer board By tho wcclt, 80! by tho mouth, S-'-i. myl-Sm U-A OAUB. To all who nro suffering from tho errors nnd liidlseretloiu) of joutli, nurvous woiUnow, early ilneay, loss of manhood, fto.. I will hoiiii a neli ethiitulllcnro yon l'ltEEOI'dllAltdH. Thlsureat lemedy was dlseoveicd byumU slonury In bouth Amerlea. Send n solt-ad-driBFid rnvelopn to tlui Itov. Joj. T. Iiiman, Station D, Now York City, Auction Sales. u hknsimirii, fi Anetloiioer, Will fell nt publlo niiellun nt Ihc l,oan oftloo, IlWTllit. w, mi HTllll)AV. Attuu-ir'j' l"ft. at p. m , n Inreo nnd varied nisui tinent of unredeemed pledcos, eonlsllii of l.idlo' and (lint's Cold nnd Mlvi r Watehos, ()ien nml llutilliiK Cii'ra, linl't flmliis nnd Neck laei , (lold EiirrbiKs, Pins, llraecb'ts, C'msso', Plain and ! Itlng', buchets. Buttons, Solid Siller nml I'lntcit Wnro, "illrrnrs, (Mrpots, lliif, Blankets, rintns, ( ullery. Vatlo, BiKiks, Cnrpcnters' Tools, cloth anil HIIK Pal lini", l.ndlcs' Coats, Cliculars and Dolmius, Cent's Conts.PnnK anil Vels,lJi'llos' Drmies, OlereoHts nnd fllcr, "luiosnnil Boot", Huns, Ileioliirs, rinbri'llii", clocks, llllilo', Cornels, Muslciil liistriiinenls of iilllilndsI'abloelollis nml Albums Purlieu holillntf llckcts ploaso ,nk0"""l,, II.COlfKit. nnlff,4t lfKTrSocnth ulrrrt. PERSONAL. Viiv ACIltEATBISCOVEItY niciioeh' vi:(ii:tabi,i: iiaik lhtiom. lteinoiesdauilrulli allays Itchlmi; euros fo ltr, tciidcrnoss, soreness nud oil scilpdU eases; stops the hair from f.illhut out; nro motes the crowlhof tho hair; !f."k). it bottle. 1'or f nle nt Imth mom I. S. Patent OHloo and nt Inborntory, Ml list. n.e Wiislilngton, II. C. SI!?1?!! rill(ilirs POND I.lt.Y TOILET WASH 1 1 for Ilalli. Nursery and Slek-room; LyL'"J alljlrndslsm. nii-J.' :it t AJiii:i-MYi:i.r.tTnifj needle is the .Ij onlyproec'S which positively ilostroys surcrlttious hair by kllllnit tho roots Instantly, leniluit no murks whatever; wrlto for par tleiihirs; oflk-o hours niter Up in; nil day on fcunduys. .Mudamo tlnbrlcl, No. 01U U st n w. nuW 01 A IIM' orri'.lt. To Intmlnra thorn, wo will (HVi: AWAY Umo Self-Operntlnir Wnshlin: Mnehlnes. If you want ono send ........... ......... f,,, .l .............. .,!.. 11 IMII MUK'U, l .y, nil. I,US3 t,llll-v l.l. once. Tho National 0o 23 Day it., K. Y. I I.OYD'S ti.-.C IVASIIINOTON EXPltESS; 1 J bnpeiiKo delivered to nil pirts of tlio elty, lnllronds, i,tenmbonts, etc.; furniture, euro. fully removed; sewlnicinaehliios, tyno-wrlters, etc., handleil Willi tare; trunks taken to any pnttof Iho houso without extra eliiirge; por tons ritiiriilng to Ilia city can leave their cheeks at either ofllco. Tcleiihono No. BIJ-I, unices, 1IW1 1 st n w and ISI l'n nvo n w. nuSI-.1l JOHN C. HAWI.EY, Proprietor, "Wrillf'llT'S POND LILY TOILET VA1 fur Bath, Nursery and Sickroom; ill icntsi nil iIihrbIsIS; mnw at Wni.L THE TWO OENTLUMEN WHO V rodo In n lierdlo w It li n i-entlcman who cot In nt Iho United SIntcs Hotel nbout I):;!'.) p. in., U7lh of July, 18sn, who complatnud of enrelcness of drivers nnd wns Injured, call No. l.Vfl Plerco Place; tho party Injured left tbcjicnllo at Istnnd East Cnpllolst. niilUHt ATTENTION (1IHLS AND BOYS-DO YOU vwiiittii IcnrAto draw, but think you liainniitnsloor tnlcnt for ilrawlm;, eomo In Iho National Academy of l'lno Arts, 1711 N, Y. mo., cor. 1Mb st. Instructions frcoSntur day mot nines for n month. Hoceptlons froo WidniBilay evenings nts o'clock. nuia-.lt HOME-MADE PICKLE1', JELLIES AND Pi een es: prepared for families In lnrco or small quantities, necordlm- to order, and riitlsf.irtloii'MUirniitccd. Address Miss Oom mill, JSO Mb r.t. n. w. aul7-.lt nil(llirs POND LILY TOILET WASH 1 for Bath, Nursery nnd Sick-room; 45 cents; nil druggists. nnil-WIt OLD PICTlltES COPIED CAUEPUI.LY; cleRant, wpll-flnlshcil work; nny slzo or style; good facilities; prices low. National Ca pi t al Copying Company, 1127 l'n nvo. -JiXCELSIOlt CLOCK: ItEPAIIHNO DEPOT, JLu No (LVSPn avo east; all orders promptly attended lo; nil kinds of clocks for Halo on monthly or weekly payments. null) 'Jm J. CI. II WES. DOES IT SEEM POSSIBLE TO OET A llrst-class meal for !2. or 15o, when you could not buy tl o erudo materials In tho mar ket for 51 r Well, sir, tho l-'orsytli Cafo, 518 loth si. dues tcrvo mill such meals every day. CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. QIIES tlonsund nnswers liiult subjoets. Send TEN cents. Ivy Institute 800 K sts Ii w, jya lm The Caligraph TYYE-WI1ITINO HEPAltT.MENT; E.VPEUT OPEIIATOHs; i.ceond-hand typ'vwrltors for sale; all kinds; lelophono No. Uii. "(JAM HHAl'H OFFICE," I) U 1'st. Jfilf Iji" II. YOUNGS, STEAM CAUI'ET CLEAN . lug nud icuovatlng works; feathers ren ovated, mattreses mado over, furnlturo steamed nnd moths dcslroyod. 1 122 Pa, nvo, Factory. corner fith and lists. s. o. Jots TAMES nUTHEItPOUD, DEALER IN FINE O 1'auillv (iroeerles nnd Provisions; nlso Wines nnd Liquors, OOll 1) st. n. w. bpo elaltymuduof l'uro Alden Fruit Vinegar. T7III(IHT'S POND LILY TOILET WASH II for Buth, Nursery nml blek-room: gl lints: all druggists. niUMt D It. LEON, Till! OLDEST ESTABLISHED nnd onlv rcllablo Lndlos' Ptivslelfln In thn city, ( mi bu consulted dally. Id I U st., bet. .J)i and lllll st. n. w. Prompt troatmont. Corro spondeneo nnd consultations strictly confi dential. Separato rooms for ladles. Ofllco always open. J 0.3 "PATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE EX X cellent meals for in cts. Call and try. Lo llrolt Dining Itooms, H12 V st. n. w. my2a JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE.. EN- grnver. Plato nnd 50 visiting cards, 80 cents; CO caids from same platp.-lo cents; 101) cauls printed from plate. 75 couts. "S. rEDICINE FOR DOOS. 1?X All Diseases Cm od. UEOROE WOOLDRIDOE, ocl3 Cor. jMS st. nnd Md. nvo. a. w. LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY" aro perfectly snfo nnd always effectual. Sealed particulars 'Jo. Wilcox bpeclflo Modi clno Cumpany, Philadelphia, l'n. LADIES -PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHI Chester's English"), tho only genuine Bate eermm nnu eueeiuai. bcnieu particulars jo. CMKIiCKier Liiemieal Co., '.'Jiu jnaaison si 3j I'lilladelphla. Pa FOR SALE ANDnENT " EAL i:STATE BULLETIN TIIOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street. Chnngcs mado Wednesdays und Saturdays. THREE STORY BRICK AND FltAME houses roit sale. Northwest. (.CO t llli st, b h, mod lm,l'i rs SlU.OiV) Tioethft, lib, mod lm, 17 rs 11,-H) KIHtict. bh. modbn. 17 rs 11.2-il Wl bib ft, lib, modbn, 17 rs 11,'JCI loinintliht, bli, inodlm, 10 rj 11,0X1 H17II st, bh. modbn, lOrs 10..H') TSUiMstst, bh, mod lm, l'Jrs U.nvi til!) N Y m o, Ii Ii. mod lin.Il-s 0,0.10 UH I st, b h, mod lm, ID rs H,V 8101 st, lib, mod lm, 10 rs 7,UI TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. Enutheust mid southwest. 100 nnd 408 11th st s w, b li, mod lui.O rs. .31,00.1 r,1511thstse, r h. 8rs VMIDO l.MI I'll in esc, fh, Hrs g.MJO 013 1st h w und tlirco houses In tear, fh 0r 3,310 SIlandSIIMhtsw.t h, Irs l.ooo 111 und 110 A ft 8 e, bh, U rs 1,M0 TlSMli st so, bh, lie LOW lOlSlttstsu, f h.lrs 1,001 ICHnnd IKHilh st s w, f h, 8w 1,1") 307, WW nnd an: Mstsw, bh, Irs 1.0J0 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Noitheast. Cor II nnd 1llh sts B1o lOlhsl, bet BnudC sMa litlist.bet Omul 1 17u lib fct, bet Kiiud L 17o U st, bet NCnp nnd 1st 13o OEOROETOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. lCKSSlstst, modbn, 17 rs .31(1,0,10 UOIONsI, bh, mod lm, l.-rs H.510 Congres", bet Sloddard nnd Road sts..,. n,oon ui nortto, lOrs S,5W 'liiilur 1'al.uo, Vnlloy st, bet Itliodus und btodduid 1,500 HOUSES FOR HUNT. Northwest. Per Month. Wism stnw, 10 is g'tnui WW CorimsMistnw, 10 is no Ul Hon 1. st n w, m 1, 10 rs w no l.'l M stnw, His I'J 00 1 Mi .'lid st, in I, tl rx Mill) IMMnvsuv, ml, IQts Hi 00 :l l'iMjtt.Ors 33 00 HSl gist et, Hra .13 00 gl91 Kst, 7rs ,. .1IIH HUMilaiuH w, 11 is .I'lOD so.30 1- st ii w, 11 rs :)o.) IT) Eft, ml, ill's g3 0) 71.3 mill (, ','rii -'loi gHM list, ors Uio.) 1K11 igtb bt, in I, H rs U3 oil utl.3 ll stnw, in I, is gio) iv;r V st.ilis g! M gT'!l?.Ii.t, ml, Ori. -'! M liiioiutlistn w, .3 rs IHiu 1011 Wkt n iv, uis HI Hi LOANS. In films lo hti'.t nt 0 per tent. Thunbniolionly a small iwrtionof prop irty on my looks. For full list call at olllco for bulletins buued on 1st and 13th, HONEY TO LOAN. Ci1 flfi 'I' S500 TOSIO.OO'), AND I.MC0KR tpiUUiunis on real ostate; lowest rates; culluow, WM.lMIOLTZSIAN.Attornoy. 1111 V st. n. w. Jtt'jJ. I yr IHAYE MONEY TO LON ON GOOD IIBAIi ettatu or rnllatral tmciirlly ulloweit ruUa ot Interest. No delay when eoourlty Isgiod, 0. 0. 011EKN, Room 1, Ilremoa'a bulbilng. cor, 7lh und Ls, aro, apl 111 AMUSEMENTS. (T I.IIAI'IIII'S (triinil (Micrii-Housc. LAST WEEK OF TlTlfsIMMER SEASON. "UII, MIKADO," t'niler Iho miniawment of .Mil IIAIIIIY ALLI, Newnndnrlglinl orchestration nnd nrrango- mini by ADAH I rzill.. .lit. -j-iisu: sii'.siiu.ii, A) Penn, Avo., near llth st. (rnnd opening, eommenelng Momlay, Aug. SI. ciiry nflrrnmin and nlglit Tho llro.it JIIACOTRorPE. In their now mammoth pan lomlmoof lll'.Ul'TY Ill'MlTY, go Star Per formers, 'Iho most I'omnletn show In Amer lm. NowlVnnders In tlio Museum. Prof. Ncwhaiifo of Berlin with his llrent Auto-nttlo liloriima. 1,Coo Moving Figures, representing Ihoseatons, All Ibis great show only lOcts, lies-Tied seats, go cents. c O.lllUUIlSiiiiiiiiorfluriluii. Tho llot Show of tho Scnson. LOUISE (lARLAND'S PARADOX OF BEAUTY this week AH now Fiicos. Model Artists.; Si iclally Artists of Rnro Merit. Fun Begins nt H.K1 Every Night. Matinees U.S0 p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ia!i:s ur CAiiUiir.ii iiiirri FAST TIJli:. UKIDIIDS IIUUKKX. CORNER NINTH AND S STS. Monday Night, August 24, -A.b 8 o'oloolc. AMERICAN RECORDS" TO HE IIE.VTEN. SO-M lie Rnco bctwecirjOHN BROOKM ehim plon of rennsjlvnnln, nnd W. M. WOOD Mill;, (hninploii of l.nglnnd. A purso of Sieoi' tobogliculf Iho American record Is biaten. S-Mllo lineo (Bleyclo vs. Trleyelcl, II. W. HIOIIAMonn trlejelo.T. W. ECK on n lib cidr. when Illglininwllln1lcmptlob"nttho Woild'a trliyclo record of 10 mm. i3 1.00. Hnlf-Mllo Hint Handicap, MLLE. ARlIAtN llO. rhainploii lady bicyclist, vs. T. W. ECK of Chliago. One-Mile: Handicap between LOUISE Alt MAINDO, HARRY UltillAM, .INO. BROOKS, W.M, It. WDODSIUE nml T. W. ECK, und other el cuts. J3TT1wsomIII bo tho first races given In Washington nt night, thus giving nil nnop tortunlty toiltnes thoso celebrated wheel men. Ilia track will bo Illuminated. ADMISSION ONLY 25 CENTS, bland, 23 cents oxtra. Hoys' Corner, 10 eonts, Uutes open nt 7 o'clock. nii'iJ gt T.l OKII'S Oln'rn-IIoiiso. WEKKOKAUnUSTai. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Engngemcnt of Washington's Favorite, ROBERT L. DOWNING, In tho new version of Joaquin Miller's drama, "TALLY-HO," nnd tho topulnr force, "A Itl'.OUL.VH FIX," mslstid by 11 lompany of well-known nblllty. Monday Evening, bouvcnlr perfornianeo, KOth uppearaneo of Mr. Downing ns HANK MONK. TUESDAY, llenellt K. of P. WEllNEMUY, llenellt 1. O. O. F. THURSDAY. Ilini-flt Emmot Ouards. Box Olllco Open, nullMOt WAITED ,HLPMALE.jijww Ailccill'tmcntt of Three IA110 untitr thli litad Inttilid Ihxt timn for 1ft tent. TrANTF.D-A RELIABLE, COMPETENT IT iililloiiiimaii to take .entho charu'Dof 11 house with small family, Mrs, F. W. .Mitch ell, 1139 S tt, 11. w. nufl-.1t- rANTi:i)-100,-ITII ST N W, A 0001) t girl lor general housework; sintll fam ily; no children; cult niter B; reference! ro nulicil. aiUI-at "TrANTED-A WO.MAN TO COOK, WASH 11 nnd Iron; apply Immediately nt lOOl N 1 1 11 iv. Hi ferencos loqulrcd. iingo-ilt TXrANTED-A WOMAN FOR OENI.'R VL II lioiisoivork In 11 small family; refcr- cniesrupilied. 1.118 loth st 11 w. au.M-.lt "W' fANTED-A FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRESS immeuiaieiy. Apply 111 ius r si. n. w. uuKKJt WANTED HELPMALE. Aitrei llmnenti of Three I.lnet under this head neerleit thiei timet for 23 eentt. TpANTEDiMETHrrElATToVNl'0 I j do eomHxng nnd prcs work; must understand tho business. Apply nt 1117 Oth st "'.i in.iHm f,r thereafter, nu313t "y ANTE1I-11Y A Y'OUNO COLORED MAN, I I with tho best of references. 11 situation ns drlur or waller. Addioss Hurry Cold, Clitic office. augJ 3t T7-ANTED-DRESS-MAKINO IN PRIVATE 1 families by tho day or 11 eek, Addrois Ii. M Ml nth st n w. nu-M ;u 7"anti:d-an intelligent single 1 1 coloied lady to net ns housekeeper; ono thnt understands muslo preferred. Address Karl lirugir. Crltlo pfllco. , nugJ.3t WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS DISING room server, whlto or black, nt 1)11 New York ni o. nul5-:it Adrntlturenti of Thus Lines under this head Insetted thiee times form cents. rANTKD-DY A RESPECTABLE COLOR. 1 1 ed girl 11 situation ns ehuinberinalil or ns nurse; good references. Apply 111 N st. 11. w. null-It -XTTANTED-SITUATION )Y A HELIABLE 1 1 colored woman, forgeneral housowork or nurse and second girl, Address M R, 300 llliBtnw. nulSSt VANTED-S1TUATI0N-SIX YEARS' EX 11 peileucu In It It Commissary; prefer placens Milesmim or drummer In somo whole Milohouse;best leferences funiNhod from Into employers. AddicssJ. W. Woolfolk, Oakland, Loiiba Co.. Vn. aiill-lit Advertisement! of Three Llnti under this head Inserted thee times for 'a cents. TyANTEn-8-ItO0M llOUbE, MOIiTmpX II water, bath, gns; near cms; luirthc.iit or northwest; for prlvnto family; rent not to exceed J30. A. It.. Crltlo otlleo, airl.'-at -ITT-ANTED-IlY A YOUNO OENTLE11AN. II n Ininltbed room, with or without board; near Metropolitan Itallroad; private Inmlly preferred; references exchanged. W. 1'. Woulaid, Crltlo olllco. nuJJ-'lt "VXTANTED-DWELLING HOUSE, WITH IT stoiu and etablo; suitable for tho gro cery business, Address (1, Crltlo olllco. quia 3t T RICE.NO. PX) MAINE AVENUE; OAK Jj. pits to clean, mattresses romado; fealhirs rtnovnted. FOR RENT ROOMS. Adiertlriinente of Thite Line's under this head limrtid thus times form cents. I?OR 1IENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board. 6."J 13th st. 11, w. incil-.lt IJIOR RENTr-011 OTH ST, N. W. TWO : lm go communicating rooms, neatly fur nished; sultnblii for two persons In each; with goisl board; 31Sa piece; near now Pension building, Patent und Post olllees; Fstrect curs nt tlio coiner. 1111 JlJItjJ 170 It RENT-5 UNFURNISHED ItOOMS ? on Istorgil Unor. l'--J l.'thjst n w. iiugg-3t 1?OR11ENT-1ROOIISON FIRST FLOOR; . partly furiiNlu il; dcllghtfiit location; parties without children prefirrod; rent hi iidiniiee; lefereiues; ears puss thu door; Ad diess C. It. 11., Crltlo oulto, iiiii-.Nlt "1?OR HENT-TO GENTLEMEN, HALL J1 room; two squares Irom Pension Otlleo. U-Jild st 11 wi refcrenees. uul8-:lt 170H I1ENT-FURNIH1IED OR UNFUR X nlsli ilrominiinUatlnif rooms; southeni exposuie; ulthor wtohout board, 407 list 11 w. niti7.:tt 170U RENT -THREE UNFURNISHED J1 c ommuuleuliug rooms: nil mo 1 lm: would ri nt for Stilton permanent tenant, No. WI liith st njiV; null-ut T70R RENT-ROOMS FURNISHED OR UN- JL lurnuiicn, on an nour; souinern ux .ueuic; coiiicnU'iit to cars, and bordlcs piss iho door; the finest view In tho city. Apply SOlsth u tor A. null-Ill FOR SALE HOUSES, 17lORSAl.i:-AT HYATTHVILLE, Ml).. AT .1; loom lottago house, b.irn, iiiithiilldliiii, lrult nndoiiiiimeutnl shado trees; good water nt thodoor, Willi two ueioiof ground; near Iho depot, For fuilher Infoimatlou call nu tl.oiieinlsenoroiiM. L. Llttlollold, 111 P-'lh st n w. I1U17-11 17011 SALE-BRICK HOUSE No 11)08 OTH X' st n w, U rooms und basement; ramro, latrobes, elo.j finished III bard wnndiprlra 2:1,150; small cash puyments, A Lloyd, BID 4)4 stnw. JyB FOR SALE MISUELLAMEOUS. K"OIt SALE- AlS-horso yowcr Engine and boiler Je20tf Apply at Crltlo Offlno. EXCURSIONS. f OONLt'lllT EXCURSION BY flllACl! M. ill . K. fill Itl'll nn Iho stoairfer Corcoran, Monday, AugustSI, to INDIAN IIICAD and re turn, without landing. LoaveTIli st. wh.irf nt Op. m.,riliiriilng nt 10:10. Ilcfroshincnta for snlo by Iho Indies. Tickets 83c. nn.'l-'.'t citi:Ai1ii:u cmtcoTiAN'S uxouit- j SIONS. Tho owners of Iho steamer W. W. COTl COHAN halo purchased nml will nssumu tho Innnngcmcnt of M Alfsll A I.I. HALL. Hilly morning excursion will bo given especially for Ladles and Children. Absolute order mil bo pro-erred on tho ground, tho tnblo furnished wltlmll tho mar ket nfforil", lunches served, nnd lee, fruit nud milk nlwnys on hnnd. Slcnmer leaves every mornlngnt lOn'clock, returning nt t o'clock p.m. Fare, 'M cent for round trip to (Hymont nnd .Marshall Hall, Children, 15 cents, -JuS tf G IIAI'i:i. I'OINT. VIIAl'Kli 1'OINT. Long Hrnnch of Iho Potomac. ;!(, nour at me noncn. Commencing with Juno 'JS, Iho STEAMER OEOltm: LAW will leave dally (oxecpt Mon days, Frldajanml Sntnrdnys) from steamer Lenry's iiharf nt 8:15 n, in. sharp, returning I) no p. m. l'nro for trio, 5oe, .ileal 50u. at tho Point. Professor Shrocdcr's orchestra. Oeo. 1V. 1IAUEII, owner steamer llco. Law. Ho'lTlIIlHltllAT I'AI.l.SANnOAIlIN JOHN BRIDtlE. Tho steam-packet EXCELSIOR will mako rcpilar trips duilni tho season (othonbovo points 01 cry SUNDAY, TUESDAY nnd Fill day, leaving her wharf; corner of High st. nnd Cnnnl, nt 8 o'clock n. in. sharp. Faro for round-trip COo. limit enn bo chartered on ul timata ilnyri. For Information apply at olllco of J. (I. nnd J. M. WATERS, 1017 lllghst., Georgetown, Jo'f2-tf THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES, CAPE MAY, Is 1 cached by tho WEST JERSEY RAILROAD In TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA. FAST r.XI'HI'SS TKAINS, with rarlor Cnrsnttnched, nro rim during tho season nt convenient hours. Passengers nrrlvo nt tho New llronil street Station, Phllndclphln, whero Union Trnnsfcr Conches nnd Horso Cars trans fer them direct to tho station of tho WEST JERSEY RAILROAD, at tho foot of Markot street. For tickets, buggago checks and full Infor mation apply Northeast corner Thirteenth stroot nml rciinsylviinlii incline, Stnllon lliilllmoro St l'otoinaolliillroail CHAS. E. PUOH, J. It. WOOD, General Manager. General Passenger Agt. ATLANTIC CITY. i:xriti:ss thains iiun tiikougii WITHOUT STOPS IN Kri"N""BTT2 fJKrtrTTJ'rBB via CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R., From Station foot of Vino street. WEST JERSEY RAILROAD, From Station foot of Market street. Accclblo from Washington by tho through trains of tho BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR From tho New Broad street Station of tho Pcnns) li aula Hallrond, nt 1'hllndclphla, street Cnrs will convey passengers direct to tho West Jersey Railroad Station. Union Trans fer Coaches to tho station of tho Camden & Atlantic Itallroad. For through tickets, baggago checks and full Information npply ns follows: Northeast corner Thirteenth street nnd It'cmis lvnulii incline, Slntlon lliilllmoro A- l'otoinno Itiillrond. ciiAs. e. ruaii, J. It. WOOD. Gcnernl Manager. General Passenger Agt. 1885 -XCUI'sl s- 1885 Ion tiii HAI.TIMOICi: &OHIO ItAILKOAD. EVERY MONDAY, Commencing JUNE 22, to 1'EN-MAIt. Itound-trlp Hate, 81.50. Limited to BOO per sons, l.eni o Washington nts a. m. Itcturu lug, nrrlvo nt 8:L10 p. in. EVERY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc ing JUNE 2U, to Harper's TVrry nml Jlyrnos' Island, On tho Potomac. Ilound-trlp Hate, 81. Limited to 200 per sons. Leavo Washington 10.05 a.m. Iteturn Ing, nrrlvu at 7:20 p. m. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVEUYOTIIEU SUNDAY to Z.UIIAY CAVI1HNS, Commencing JUNE 21. Ilound-trlp Itate, t3.50. Leavo Wnslilugton 8:30 a, m, Ho turning, nrrlvo nt 0:15 p. m. Every ticket calls for a reserved seat on theso excursions, Sccuro your tickets at 01t nnd 1B51 Pcnna. nvo., nnd at depot on tho morning of tho excursion. JoKI tf Loiviii: ci:i)Ait roiNT. Tho Populnr Watering Placo of iVnslilngtoninns, Tho safo, swift nnd magnificent stoamer All MENIA will leavo her wharf, foot of7thst. daily, except Saturdays, at 0 a. m., returning at 0 p. m. Ai mcnln stops nt Alexandria on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAY'S nnd FRIDAYS only. Fnro, 50o round trip. Children, 230. Dinner on tho grounds, 50 cents. I'or further lnlormatton and charters to so cieties and corporations npply to 0. L. SHERIFF'S Coal Ofaco, finOnn.1111.1 !.-. .,. Ats L'lnnn,i..1fl .n.n- foot of 7th bt. Jol'J-tJ TlTT. VllItNON I MT. V1S11NON 1 TEAMEIt W. W. CORCORAN PJLfr Leaves 7th st, wharf dally, except Sunday, for Mt, Vernon nt 10 o'clock n. m.; returning, reaches Washington about B.30 p. m. L. I.. ULAKE, captain. FOR RENT HOUSES. Adni tlseneiiti of Three Lines under this head Intel ted thiee times for M cents. 1710R RENT NICE C-llOOM AND BATH : room brick houso; nil mod Imps; rango, latrobo nnd 11 good cellar. Apply 1VW Caro line et 11 w, bet 1.3th and 10th and T nnd U. nussi 3t 1?0R HENT-AT StiM PER MONTH, IN ; udi unco. No, 01 10 st. s, o., containing six moms, bathroom, collar nnd nil modern eouienlences, luqulrontlUO North Carolina me. uulUJt I?OR ltENT-1231) G ST N W, 8 RO0.MS, S 10 L' mi Mil nvu B w 821 00 210 1 Ith Sts IV 20 50 111(1 Tutu w, (In 20 !1() (ll5I'8tiiiv,2fiirparl'rs 18 03 Apply to A, S. Cuyivood, IMS Uth st 11 w. FOR SALE LOTS. WWWAA. I(i ei thements of Three Lines under this head InieiUd thiee tlmafor -3 cents. IT0R SALE-BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN LOTS ? 25x100 feet, fronting Uladensburg Tuin pike, In i-lglit of street-ears, $300; 8100 cash, buInneo$ripcrmonth. Noat 5-room cottages built ut limest contract rates; g KM) cash, biilanto in 5 years, or montlily paynicntu If Piefetrcd. ' THOMAS A. MITCHELL, Jy7 U3t F st Itooms 5 ami 0. F Oil 8AI.E- Handsomo corner lot. near Scott Circle, at reduced rate. Two lotB, on 10th street, noar Scott Clrolo, at 50 cents lees than adjoining ground, lleslrnblo ground In Ithodo Island nvonuo, near Connecticut avenuo, ut reasonable rntus, Now nnd substantial corner ((welling, near Dupout Circle, oontululug 13 looms, SI 1,000, Ditto, near British Legation, 17 rooms, 822,000. Keerul dcslrablo country places noar tho city. WM. P. YOUNO, JolO tf 1303 F street. Troll 8ALE- JJ lly AUSTIN r. BROWN, 1 12(1 F st. 11. w., 40,000 feet of ground on Kith st. n. w hot. Scott Clielonndlt st., nnd 00,00(1 feet on N. 11, mo, bit, Dupout Circle and L St. Sovnriil llist-clussliouses, ranging In price fiomSKI, 00(1 In $100,000. j joiotf Summer Rosorfs. T)ini:y point hotel, mil, X Nluety-tV)0 miles from Washington, on tlio Potomao River. OPEN FOR OUESTS JUNE SO. htenmers Excelsior or floorgo I;nry oaoli eienlugfi 0111 foot of 7th st. 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In Fnvov of the IIi'Ht IutcroHtM of tlieXutlouiil Ciiiiltnl, Imt In ivltli So JUiikh, Clliiues or HyiiillciitcH to 3InUo "Honey out of the Ti'i'nisur.v. Ouy 2 Cents a Copy or 35 Oents a Month, THE CHITIC Is Also an Excellent Household Journal Clean, Wholesome, and Entertaining. WITH LITERARY FEATURES THAT COMMEND IT ESPECIALLY TO HEAHTH AND HOME. All tho Ifewa Thoro 13 Going, Pull Press Pispntohes, Latest Pinnnoml and Oominerolal Transactions, All that Makes n Paper Worth Hm-Iiik, Only Two Oents a Copy- Only 35 0ont3 a Month tl t'll.V HllllHCI'lllCI'N. By Mail, 1 Year, Postage Paid, - $150 By Mail, 0 Months, " " - $2.50 .A-cLd-coss I16EVG111I 941 D Street, v-A.sE3:Irrc3-T,olT, r. a. nAILROADS. WSV-iAAAAAA,V-iAAiVSA VA VAA.,.V i M AA BALTIMORE &0M0 HAILROAD. SC1IEDULK IN EFFECT SUNDAY. MVY U, 1SHR, UNTIL FURTHER NOl'ICE. Leavo WiKlilnnlun tiom station, corner Now .lertey nvenno and Ontreot. For Chleiipo, 1(1 u. in, nnd 111:1(1 p. m. dally. Tho 10 n. in. li n Fnit Limited I'-uiriM t I'ltltburit arid ChlenRo, arriving in Plltabuiit nt 7:o p. m Chlenco next mornlmt nt 8:1". No e-ilra faro In clinritcd on this train for fnit time. For Clntlnnntl, IjuUvlllo and St. IjiiiIi dallv nt ll.iop. m.nnd hi.iii p. m with throiuli conthc-i nnd plnto Sleeping can to nbovo rolnlK without Lhninto, :i-;wi ,,. m. train is a fniit I mlled tinln to Cincinnati nnd St LouK ntrlilns In Clncliinnil noxt morning nt 7,'tr,' St. Iiuli (l::i(l p. m, Nuoitra faro 11 oliarnji on tlilx Irnln forfniit timo. For Pltlfburu nt 10 n, in., with Parlor Car. nnd 11:1(1 n. m. dully to I'lttiburit, Clevelnnil and Ilflrolt, nllhiileeplnsciiM tul'liuhnra. For llnlllmoroon week days n, (1:10,(1:1(1. 7:11(1, 8.JKI and 10 or, a. in.. l'-!:l(), isi, iiiitf (ir,-mlnute irnln), 11:110, 4:110, 1:10, 5:10, 0:10, 7, H.'jnaml 11 p.m. For llultlmoro on Simdiiyi-OtU), 7:'i0, 8::itV nml loo.-i n. in., 1:7.1, l::io, 3:110, .1:10,0:10. 0:10,7, H.'jr, und 11 p. m. For points on tho Shenindoah Vnlloy Rail road and point South, DAI a. m, nnd 0:10 p. in. dnlly. 0:'Jfi a. m, train lnn Pullman . Sb cptr from ll'nshlnaton to Now Orleani. For AnnnpolK 0:10 a, m, anil ll!:1(l and diSop, m. on Sunday, H.UO n, m.nnd -lilO p. m. Forwnyilnllons between Waihlni-lon nnd Ilnltlmorp, n, 0:10, 8-.'10 a. m 1S:1(1, 3:00. 4:10, 7 nnd 11 i. m. On Sundnyi, 8:30 a. in., 1:3(1. 3 3d, 4:1(1, 7 nnd 11 p. m. For slntlon on Motropolltnn llranch, 7:23 n. m. and 11:15 p. m. dully, oxcept Sunday, and C:30 p, m. dally: 4:10 p. m. dally, oxcopl Sunday, for principal Mntlons on Metropolitan llrnncht H: 10 a. in. dally on Sunday stops nt all t.i lions! for Lo-dncton, ntnunton and Vallor Hrnnch, 8:40 n, m, dnlly, oxcept Sunday; for Frederick, 8:10 a. m 4:10 p. m. dally, oxcept Sundny. For locnl station botwecn Washlnaton and (.nlthcrsburt;, 1U:30 p. in. dally, oxcept Sun day. lor Hnj-erstown and Wlnchoitcr, 8:10 n. m. dally, except Sunday, and C:3(jp, m. dally to Hnceratonni dally, oxcept Sunday, to Win chester. Trulns orrlvo from tho West dally, 0, 7:20 n. m.. 1:15. 0:30 p.m. Fiom Annnpolls, 8:3(1 n. m. and 1:150 an 6:20 p. m.: Sunday, 10:33 a.m. nnd 0:33 p. m From LoxiDRton, 5:30 p. in. dally, except Sunday. From Frederick nnd Intcrmcdlato points. 8:25 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. dally, oxcept Sun dny. Trains leavo Dnltlmoro for WashlnBton at 5:10, 0:30, 7:20, 0, D.01 nnd 10.30 a. in., 12:10 2.30, o, 4, 4:20, 5. 0:30, 8, Ii nnd 11 p. in. On sundnys, 0:30, 7:20. n and 0-03 n. m., 1:30 2.30 4:20, 5, 0.30. 8, 1) nnd 11 p. m. All trains from Washington stop at Relay Elation, except 1:25, 3:15 and 0:10 p. m. For further Information npnly nt thoUaltt moio A Ohio ticket onico-Waihtngton Sta tion, 010 and 1351 Pcnna. avocornerof 14tli ft., whero orders will bo taken for baf-Raso to bo checked and recolvcd nt any point In tho city. C. K. I.()Ilb, (l.P. A. 11. DUNILUI, Pen, ilan., Ilnltlmoro, flMIE GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. 10 THH K01ITU, WEST AMI SOUIIIWEHT. DOUlir.E TltAOK. SPI.CNDID BOEMEItY. Bl'EEIi HAILS. MAONIFIUENTEQOIPMENr. INErprcTJONE 21,1885, Trains leavo Washington from station, cornor of Sixth and II streets, ns follows: Tor rittsburR and tha West, Chlcaco Limited Express ol PnlacoSleeplnitCars at 0:50 a. m. dally; l'nst I.lno. 0.50 n. m. dally to Cincin nati und St. Louis, ivltli Sleeping Cars from. Horrlsburi to Cincinnati nnd Hotel Cur to bt.Louls; dnlly.oxeept Saturday, lo Chlcairo,. ivltb SIccpIiiR Car Altoona to Chlcazo, Clil cnRO and Cincinnati Express at 7:10 p. m. dally, Willi Slecplm; Cars Washington to Chi eoRo nnd Ilnrrlsburi! to Loulsvlllo; conneot InRatllniTlsburcwIthWestcrn Express with' throiiRh sleepers for Clovelnndnnd St. LouN. I'aclfio Express, 10 p. m. dully for Plttburi nnd tlio West, with through sleopor Harrly burg to Chicago. IJALT1MOIIU & rOTOMAO JMILltOAD. For Eilo, CannndalRiin, ltocliostcr, Hiiffnlcv Nlflsarn, 10 p. in. daily, oxcept Saturday, with Pnlaco Cars Washington to Roohoster. For W llllnmsport, Lock I linen nnd Klinlrn, nt 0.50 n. m. dally, except Sunday, For New York and the East, 7:15, 8:30 nml 11 n. m 2. 4, 10 p. in. nnd 12:15 nlaht. on Sundny, 8:3(1 n. m., 2, 4, 10 p. in. nnd I2:lfr right. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars 0:10 n. m. dnlly. except Sunday. For Ilostnn without change, 2 p. m. overy day For HrooMvn, N.Y.. all throngli trains connect at Jersey City ivltli boats of llrooklyn Annox. affording direct transfer to Fulton stroot, molding cloublo ferriage ucross Now York city. Tor Philadelphia, 7:15.8:30 and 11a. ra., 2. 4, 0, 10 p. in. nnd 12:15 night. On Sunday,. oi.hi :i, in., -j, -I, u, iu n. m. nnu imio uiglit. Limited Express, 0:10 a. m. daily, oxcept bunday. For liulllmove, 0:33, 7:15, 8:30, 0: 10, 0:50, 1 n. m.. 12.05,2, 4,4:25,4:10,0, 7:10, 10 p. m. nnd 12:15 night. On bundny, 8:30, 0:50, n n. m , 2, 4, 0, 7:10, 10 p. m. nud 12:15 night, lor I'opo 8 Crcok Lino, 7:15 a. ra., and 4: to p. m. dally, except Sundny. For Annapolis, (1.35 n. m., 12 05 nnd 4:25 p. m dally, oxcept Sunday. On Sunday 4 p.m. ALEXANDRIA rilEDEllIOKSIlUUO RAIL WAY AND ALEXANDRIA A WASH I.NGTON 11AILU0AU. For Alexandria, 0, 7, 0:25, 11:01 nnd 11;3B- n. m 2 03, -IrJO, 4: 15, 0:25, 8.05 and 11:37 E. m. On Sunday at 0, 0:23, 11:01 a, in,,. .05 p. m. For Richmond und tho South, 0 snd 11:01 n. m. dnlly nnd 4: 15 p.m. dally, oxcept Sunday. Trains lenvo Alexandria for Washington (1-05, 8, 10, 10:10 a. m 1, 3.05, Slr23, 5:10, 7.oi nnd 11:35 p. m. and 12:10 midnight, except Mondny, On Sunday nt 8 and 10:10 a. m. 7:05 nnd 11:35 p. m. and 12:10 night. Tickets and Information at tho ofllco, north east corner of Thirteenth street nnd Pennsy lvania nvenno, nnd nt tho station, whero or ders enn be left for tho checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. CIIAS. E. PUOH, J. R. WOOD, Ocncral Manager. Oon, Passenger Agent, CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE II. & r, DEPOT, SIXTn AND U STS.)- 11 ilfl A.M. ror nllwaystations, Lexington, Ky Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Columbus, St. Louis. Daily oxcept Sunday. Through. Parlor Cnr to White Sulphur Springs. 11 A. M, For Nuwnort News, Old Point Com fort nnd Norfolk. Dally except Sunday. Bi-15 P. M. For Loulsilllo, Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago, connecting for nil points West, Northwest and Southwest! fust express dnlly: does not stop for looil Imsliioss; through Pullman nervico to Loulsvlllo nnd Cincinnati. Tor tickets nnd Information npply at C. & O Hallway office, 513 Pcnnvlvnnla avenuo, under National Hotel; Va. Midland Railway otlleo, 001 l'cuiisylvunla uveuuo, and U. .t IV Station. n. W. FULLER, . Ccneral Passenger Agent. 0. W. SMITH, Ocncral Manager. FRANK THICK), N. 1', Passcngor Agont. WASHINGTON, OHIO &. WeVtEH.N R. R. On and nHer JUNE 1 1, 1S85, trains will loavo from und nr.-ire nt (Kb nud D ili. Depot as follows: Leavo Washington 0 a. m. nnd4:3"ip, m., dnlly; arrive nt Helmnnt Park 10.51 a. m. and 0:20 p.m.; Leeaburg 11:01 n. ra. and 0:30 p. m.; nniroat Round Hill ut 11:13 a. ra, nnd 7:18 p. in, ltcturnlng, leavo Honnd lllll (1.03 n, m. nnd 3.00 p. m.; pass Lcosbun- 0:12 u. m. nnd 3:10 p. in,; Ilelmont Park 0:5 1 n. m. and 3:5S p. m., nnd nrrlvo at Washington at 8:115 a. m. ana 5:lop.m. Special excursion ratos nnd Sunday train to Ilelmont l'urk. Monthly and commuta tion rates to nil points. S. M. HltOPHY.Supt.. Aloxnndrla. E. J. LOCKWOOI), Pass. Agt., 507 Pa. avo. Wnslilnaton. STEAMBOATS. DAILY LINHTO NORFOLK & 1'ORTRCsm Monroe, btenmera aeorgo Lonry .nud' Excelsior, commencing May (I, 18S5, One r,l theso popular stoainera will loavo-Seventh-street wUurt DAILY,oxcept SUNDAY, at 5:30 p. m. 1'orpartloulara Inqnlro at oain pony'rt ofllco, 7lli ct. wharf. Telophono No. 710-3. t. P. WCLOII, aeneral Agont, I' 0Y l'AHES J FortrossMonroo and Norfolk. 1 Irst-class fnio 1; Round-trip, 81.25. Sleniner Jnnu Moeley Monday, Wednosday nud bntuulny at 5:30 p. in. Pariuigonnd moms soeurednt general ofllco, Sixth Btiett wlmrf. 'IVIuphimo cull, 1)1. Potomao Rlii r Landings steamer Thomp ton ilonday. Wciliionlny and Pi Iduy nt 7 a.m. LOST , AND JOUND. T OST-ON AU0U8T "lliroN "A'ENlH?mt I J 1'plrcet ear, pupers Important unlyto tl.uiildoiv of (leu. lliirnctt; rowurd. Leavo nllUH Hutu iv. an31-at T OST-Al'O. 20, LADY'S HOLD WATCH J j nud cbnlu nil It modal attached, marked M. Ylui cut School, nnd owner's unino, A liberal rewind will bo paid If returned to 111 (I et s e. niu'l-Jt T 0ST-1N CENTRE MARKET A LADIES" A J pold ivnteli nnd clinln; tlio Under will bo i en aided by returning to l-lll) I t n w. ana) 'It T OST-A(!ObDMEI)AL(MALTESE CROSS?, I J August 10, on ai st bet, K nnd S. Caro lina limine; Under lllll letuiii toUOJUd st. s.o. nnd getrewiird. niHMt" FOR EXCHANGE. ANTED-TO EXCIIANOKNEIV ST0Y1C3 Yr for old ones at Ilnller's htovoExehango. corner 5th and K sts. Smoky chimneys eiirocl or no puy. Stores oxchougod for groceries. Old stoves bought, ' 'M A 'M u I ri -5J i m 11. 'M h m iiiH fkirii Ul "i If Wfll id ! t'W n v7S V wf v sicsr.-r.j - T'"