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TlfE WASHINGTON flUTIC, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 188B.
IhdJIthtd Dally, Sundayi KJXeptttl
The Evening Critic PubllsliInR Company
iiai.t.ut k i i, mums, president,
AV. SCOTT lOWIlllH, Trcnstuiir.
IS. If. SYI.VISSTHII, Secretary.
Offloo, 3STo. GXkl D fStarcncDb
WASHINGTON, I). V.
Tho Critic Tolephono Call la 111-2.
KlngloCopy 'J Cents
llT Carrier 35 Cents
Hy Mall, ilncn paid, nno yonr Sl.fiO
J)y Mall, Kilni)iiil'l, six months !'.)
.Moll Mibscrlptlons Invntlably In advance.
Till: WASHINGTON ClltlTfU,
Washington, I. C.
iticiiAito it. syi.vi:sti:ii, imii.u-.
Washington, Aug. 31, 18S5.
1IISMAKCK AND CUII.V.
It la not to bo believed tlmt iiiiileriiny
circumstances or for any consideration
tho Government of the United States
"would enter Into a sclicmo linviiur fur Its
object tlto annexation of Cuba to Ger
many. It Is equally to bo doubted If I'rlneo
HUmnrck lins over conceived such n
negotiation practicable, or bus ever
entertained the Idea of thus establish
ing himself at the key of tho Gulf or
jUcxIco niul almost In gunshot of
It Is entirely probable that the grim
old Chancellor wishes something could
bo brought about to divert Ucrniim
Immigration from the United States to
colonies of his own, but it is not so prob
able that ho desires this result so much
ns to enter Into an intrigue for involv
ing this country In tho complications
with foreign powers that would cer
tainly follow any abandonment of our
long-established principle of opposition
to entangling alliances. '
Tho Merlin papers, It is, said, arc
Interchanging Jokes about' tho "beauti
ful ladies of Cuba," and how soon they
arc to become'the subjects of Emperor
William", but this nonsense is undoubt
edly' intended rather to chaff tho
Spauish during the pending controversy
over the Carollno Islands than to ro
lled any serious or settled policy on
tho part of tho Imperial Government.
In tho meantime, however, It will bo
well to get our naval cruisers afloat at
ns early a day as possible, for thero'.s
110 knowing how soon their services
may be needed.
Tin: mi:moi:iai, 111:1 nni:.
Some 0110 In yesterday's 1'ost kindly
adopts Tun Clime's idea of erecting a
memorial bridge across the Potomac as
the best way of doing honor to the
memory of General Grant. AVo wero
certain that sooner or later this most
appropriate suggestion would find favor
with the people. 'Thgrels such n fit
ness in tho proposition that it exacts
the approval of intelligent minds the
moment thoy como to apprcciato and
comprehend I" truo significance.
Iu lino with this idea Is the agitation
which is just now springing up In
Detroit for tho erection of a memorial
arch to Grant over one of the principal
avenues of that city instead or an obe
lisk or mausoleum. Ancient Homo
and Greece, in the isles or which latter
country sang Ilyron, "First grew the
nrts of pence anil war;" they had mon
uments and statues to their heroes, but
they also had beautiful arches, bridges,
fountains and public baths commemora
tive of their Illustrious dead.
In tho caso of the proposed brldgo at
Washington, however, Greece, Homo
nor any other country, ancient or
modern, furnish counterpart or prece
dent to follow. Hero It becomes In
vested with a symbolism Tor which
there Is no parallel in history combin
ing tho useful with tho (esthetic, tho
practical with tho poetic, principle
with sentiment, memories of tho past
with hopes of tho future, and signaliz
ing In perpetuity the restoration of a
onco severed Union.
Tho relief of Fitz-Johu Porter will
lie ouo of tho subjects to bo considered
nt tho next session of Congress and the
prospects nro good that ho will at last
bo successful In receiving redress nt
the hands of his Government. Tho
Houso will certainly pass a bill for his
relief. Thei'o Is no reason why the
Senate should not again adopt a simi
lar measure, whllo tho President would
sign any bill In this behalf which should
bo presented to hint In the proper
In conversation on tho subject, cer
tain Democrats shnko their heads and
fiay It would not bo ndvisablo, for the
reason that tho ltepubllcau party Is go
ing to make sectionalism its chlof Issue
for tho campaigns of tho immcdlatu
futuro nnd tlint Tor General Porter to
lc vindicated under a Democratic ad
ministration would bo but giving tho
Republicans political ammunition,
They seem to rorget that Itepubll
cans as well ns Democrats aro friendly
to General Porter nnd that no lo.n a
person than General Grant was In
favor of tho bill which Mr. Arthur do
clincd to approve, Hut thcro will bo
practical unanimity on tho (piastUm
whenever It comos up for action.
It would seem Impossible that among
n body of men whoso successfully hold
their positions thcro should be so many
spjoks find bugaboos circulated as thero
nro among tho Itepubllcan clerks.
Tho latest fairy tnlc Is that tho now
men who havo gono Into tho Depart
ments are trying by nil mamior of
wicked tricks mid Insidious wiles to in
volvo tho old clerks in political contro
versies In oidcr to catch them saying
something for which thoy can bo re
moved ns "offensive partisans." Of
course all this Is as devoid of truth as
It Is ridiculous. Tho Democratic clork
Ih no moro anxious to talk politics than
tho Itcpubllcnn, and tho Tow Democrats
who hnvo gono Into tho Departments,
H Is snfo to say, nro not .tho class of
men who descend to tnlo-bunrlng. Uvea
1 they did It Is much to bo doubted If
any attention would be paid to tin- sin
rlcs they told,
The "uumorous pitfalls" which we
arc told surround thu Itepubllcnti cleric
will probably prove upon examination
to bo little moro than myths of a mor
bid Imagination. Clerks who are thus
affected need air and exercise.
'I'm; first monthly statement for tho
current tlscnl year of tho vnluo of mer
chandise Imported Into and ex
ported from tho United States,
corroded to August 23, has boon
transmitted to Secretary Manning by
Mr. Swlt.lcr, chief of the Human of
Statistics. Tho total exports for July
were s? 15,801,10(1-, total Imports, 10..
037,-llOj excessof Imporlsover exports,
$iV-!!!0,!2ll. Tho excess In June was
820,C:t2i In March, $l,37tf,(Ul). Tho
excess was tho other way In Juiiiiury,
February, April and May, amounting
Tor the first seven months of the year,
exports over Imports, to sJ.Vi.OT 7 ,1 1!).
Tho exports of gold for July wero i?l,
il'.'l),r70; imports, !s."S8,112; exports of
silver, $3,21(1,01 Is Imports, $2,830,017!
excess or exports, gold, silver coin and
bullion, $1,121,183. The statistics of
Immigration for tho first seven months
of the piosent year, exclusive of Can
ada, concerning which no accurate re
ports aro attainable, show arrivals of
218,178 as against 27(1,000 for tho cor
responding period last year.
It docs look as If tho Sulllvan-Mc-CnlTrey
slugginc mulch out In beauti
ful Cincinnati Inst Saturday, wnslntho
nature of a hlppodromo of uiicurlailed
dimensions. At the end or six rounds,
Sullivan, by the aid of tho referee, was
declared to hnvo been tho winner, llo
made the most "points," whatover
"points" are. Hut there was really no
fighting. McCaffrey seemed toboglv
ingan exhibition or his scientific agility,
and Sullivan, simply an exhibition or
himself. Neither man was hurt. Tho
crowd differed with tho referee, and
thought llint McCaffrey got tho bettor
or the so-called light. It was a curious
affair all around and not tho least curi
ous mid suggesllvo part or It Is, that
'neither the referee, Sullivan nor Mc
Caffrey, nor anybody elso know what
the conditions of the "fight" were.
Charles S. Field of Philadelphia,
a gentleman 83 years of age, and a solid
business citizen, met a nice young man
at Atlantic City yesterday who know
him well, lie took a walk with this
nice, talkative young man, who hail
just returned from Kuropc. In ti few
minutes tho nlco young man had tho
venerable -Mr. Field bending over n
sweat cloth while a confederalo looked
on, In about half an hour tho nice,
talkative young man had Mr. field's
check for $0,500. Mr. Field say. ho
Is ashamed of himself and ought to
have known belter, Tor ho had often
rend about tho doings of the wicked
bunco man. Among the many strange
things In tho wolrd this fleecing of Mr.
Field Is one of tho strangest. Yet, he
is not tho first victim who ought to
have known better.
Senator Uullom's heart Is still truo
to General Logan. lie says that an
Illinois inan is certainly Ids cholco for
the next Itcpubllcnn Presidential nomi
nee, mid that General Logan is tho
particular Illinois man. lie does not
(co any prospect or tho old ticket or
Maine and Logan being renominated,
and emphatically declares that tho lat
ter would oppose such a course, as ho
wants to bo at tho bond or tho ticket
nnd make tho running himself. Senator
Cullom Is correct In what he says about
General Logan's opposition to Mr.
lllainc. There never was any great
Iovo between them, and oven during
the campaign they did not nllllliito to
any alarming extent. General Logan
could not conceal his conviction that
tho ticket would havo been much
stronger had his own nnmo been at the
To-day is tho eighteenth birth
day of Tin: Carrie. It was on August
31st, 1808, that tho paper was first
started as a theatre programme, undor
tho management of ltlngwalt, Ilnek &
Co. It was a small sheet, but a credi
table nnd enterprising one. Since that
lime Its experience has been somewhat
eventful, lis liveliest vicissitudes in
tho shapo of flro nnd flood having
befallen the now management since
April last; but Its progress Is onward
and upward and Its motto tho samu as
that of the original proprietors, "Jus
tice to All, Partiality to None." Of
these proprietors Mr. Hack Is still with
us, having taken but six days "oft" lu
thocntlro history of tho paper.
Tiir. cr.ciiUTAiiv or tho Mexican
Commercial Kxehnngo at St. Louis has
gono to Mexico to arrnngo for an ex
cursion of representative merchants
from that country lo tho St. Louis ex
position this fall. Tho Investment In
the Mexican editors was not altogether
satisfactory; and now St. Louis pro
poses to try her seductive arts on tho
Mexican business men. Hut where Is
tho guaranteo that Chicago won't cap
ture tho whole crowd before thoy over
get n glimpse or tho big bridge?
Tun nomination or Mr. Day Tor Stato
Treasurer or Pennsylvania is eminently
satisfactory to tho Democratic party
and Is generally well received by tho
pcoplo of that State. Some or tho po
litical prophets aro bold enough to pro
diet his election over Mat. Quay as ono
or tho not imposslblo surprises.
Tin: Inler-Oetxin snys: "Tho namo
Lmma Itself convoys luck. F.inma Al
banl, Finnui Nevada, Emma Thursby,
Emma .Inch and Fmma Abbott, all
high opraiios, and all successful."
How about the Fnima Mlnof That
was pretty high, but wasn't successful
AiTi:it a jii.uuti:r,.
She stands betide the door In wlilto disdain;
For muni) portentous itolhlni; lint stake,
Ami flio will not unsuy tho words she spake,
Nor lie make right or wrong, though ho wero
Alack! their honeymoon Is on tho wane;
Tho heurts that bout as ono havo lcarnod to
The sticam wherein they two hnvo oomo to
Love's I hirst Is parched for drought of Inyo's
They hrood In nulleii sllcnro 'noath tho cloud
Thai now first Muulows this fair wodlook o'er,
When, lo! It bursts la tears from both their
Anil, on each other's ups, their linger dies,
t'poii hi bicust her golden bond In bmvc I,
And, In his nuns, hv clunis Ms 1,1 fo ono moro.
i'i:oi'i,i: in (icmiisai,.
Al.lWRT IIikiimtadt, the nrtitt of tho
Sh'trim, lain Chlenffo.
Captain P. V. (Iiirisnb, U. S. A,, arrived
nt N'rw York Shtturitny on tho W'err.i from
Hr.NATOii Siswiii.i.nml family of N'ow Jor
toy nrooxrected boinu from Antwerp some
iiiuo mis WCCK.
tl'lMiis Stai.i.o, miccoiwor lo Wllliun Wal
dorf AM or in Unlli-d States .Minister to Italy,
has arrived at Homo.
llos. Al.rwiNPo Tai'T, ox-MlnlttcrtnSt.
I'ctiTnlmrg, arrived In Now York yesterday
by I lie Mrniii'lilp fcrvla.
C0Mllir.SBMAN'lt,!,!AM W.W.TIJU Vlllil.l,
nt hitt oil vice, was lollerlng near hot
Aiigiten In boulhetii California.
r.x-doviaiNim Oiuiwav of Dakota, Is
fttiricrlntemllng thu building of n hotel nt
Wnruer, Jf. II., of wlilrli ho Is tho owner.
l'0Minr.MMAN Piir.liisntcK of the llfth
lowaillelllct, ncrrtiiiaiilti1 liy a p.irly of
Iowa filemK Is taking In Hie wonders of tho
.Mns. I'aiinci.i., mother of the Irlh
lender, will be In New York In a foW days
lo hold a conciliation with prominent lead
ers of tho lil'li League.
Sami'son Low, tho I'nglluli publisher of
lleneral (Irani' memoirs, niul the a'ent of
tho Continental edition", has tho llrst vol
ume In type. It will bo titled Mnuiltu
mously lu London niul New York.
Tiiciir .mir olubt ux-(lorcrnors of Mow
York Mill living-Hamilton 1'lsli, Horatio
Seymour, Myron II. Clark, John T. HolT-
mnii, Sntnnel .1. Tlhlen, I.ticlus llolilnson,
a. i). uornen nun urover uievciauii,
1!. S. IIami.in, who was n member of
Congress from Ohio hIkiuI forty years ago,
l now lefldlnir it Vllllnmbiirg, Vn., nnd
conmeted willi tho piirehaliu;ileparlmont
of tho Chesapeake & Ohio llallroail.
Omvai.ii OTinNDoiirai.tdltorof llm New
York fHimlt-XrUunff, has presented his na
tive city of Zwltlau, In Austria, with tho
fUmif'J00,000lloilni, lo bo devoted to tho
erection of n hospital and orphan nsyliim, ,.
'I'm: return to America of Mn .Charles S.
Itelnhart, tho nrtlst, Is snlil-to'bo for tho
purpose of collaljorntlng with Mr. Wllll.un
I), llimoll Iti n series of articles destined
for llm pcr'i JAim:i'c, upon American wa
Tin: modest cottage In Iliirllngton, '. J.,
to which .Mrs. (Iraut and her children
moved In ltl'il Is now occupied by Hhlppcn
Wallace, a member of tho Slnto Hoard of
Health, nnd takes its plane among tho his
toilu houses of the country.
Tin: Haitfonl Courant notes that (Icaoral
Grant's lemark, that ho voted for Ilucliaiiau
because ho knew Premont, appears In tho
book "Aioinid tho World with ncneral
lirant," which was revised by tho General
ami I adorned by libn as correct.
Kavai. Cadt:t Cluouai: W. Looan wont
to Capo May as soon ns ho landed from tho
practice erulso on tho Constellation, nnd Is
raising havoc among tho merry maidens
thero ho lovo n tar. lluttons nro a great
factor with tho girls, and a "middy" Is sel
Humor Hciist of PulTalo, who attended
tho lato Methodist Conference at Now
castle-on-Tync, Is on his way homo by tho
steamer Oermnnle. During his nbsoiico
abroad ho has addressed congregations and
held combinations In eight dlllcreul lan
guages. (lOViniMin 1'attison of Pennsylvania Is
niiiong the late arrivals nt tho Grand Union,
Saratoga; Senator l'ugh of Alabama and
wlfearo guel9at tho Clarendon, nnd ox
I'rcsldcnt Soto of Honduras and ox-Consul-General
to London 12. A. Mcnltt nro nt
Gi:ni:hai, and JIiis. SnniiMAN, and Miss
Itaehael Shcrmiin, wero In St. Paul last
Friday en routo from Lake Mlnnclonkn to
.Mansllclil, Ohio, to visit Senator nnd Mrs,
Sherman. Prom Mansllchl they will go to
1-nncnster, Mrs. Sherman's old home, be
fore returning to St. Louis.
CiiAiii.r.s KnWAiuis W.M.Kim, tho Charles
ton cotton broker, who died lu New York
last week, expressed n deslru to bo cre
mated. Ills father, II. Vlnkuoy Walker,
llillNh Consul at Charleston, Is now abroad,
nnd should he sanction his sou's wishes, the
body will bo taken to Lancaster, l'a., for
Tncni: aiir so.mr queeily named streets
In tho City of Mexico, as tho "Ilody of
Christ," "Mother of Sorrows," "Crown of
11iorn," "Heart of Jesus" and "John tho
linptlst." Hut nil theso can bo accounted
for and nono of them approach In bad
tasto tho "l'our-and-a-half" 6trect of our
own National Capital.
"SOCKSITSSUSDRMIUCH I" Ctlcd Hls-
inarck. Socks camo lu ami looked inquir
ingly nt tho Chancellor. "Dlt you blnco
dem Garollno Hants In do Izo chest mltdcm
utter dings vot I lief cot mlt Africa!"'
"Sehiiro." "Veil, doii, dako 'cm ouot nnd
(end nm pack, Dem Spoonyards iloy say
ilcy vlll come offer und vo git dot koolera."
1"UNCANftON IlltOS., Auctioneers.
'jIll'STHKS'SAI.i: OP TWO-STOIIV I1IIICK
hopm:, with outiiuimhno, onttii-
ISy virtue of n Deed of Tmt, dated tho loth
day of .March, A. 1), 188), duly roconlixl in
liber No. 1,0!B, folio 402, cl sei ono of I ho
Ijind Kecords for tho DIstilet of Columbia,
nnd at tho request of tho parties soourod
thereby, wo will sell nt lmbllo miction. In
limit of tho premises, on SATUHDAY, TUB
iuthi)ayopsi:i'ti:.mih:i!, a. d. is, at .-,
o'clock p. m., lot numbered slxty-llvo (111;, of
Jesso 11. Haw's subdivision of part of a tract
of land culled Mount 'lunant, as per pint of
mid subdivision of record In liber 1. A. S, No.
!SS9, folio a.1), of tho band Kecords of tho Ills
tilctot Columbia, tnirothor with nil tho Im
jiroveinents, wnys, ciiseinents, rluhts, nrh 1
Iipcsnndniir.iirleminces thereto betonttuij; or
in nny maimer nppcrlaluliu;.
Terms Ono-t bird cash, balance In 0 and 12
months from day of sale, for which tho notes
of tho purchaser will bo taken, bearlitf: In
terest ntirr cent. ier annum. Boomed by a
deed of ti list on tho pioportvsold, or nil cash,
at option of purchaser, A deport of Sleo at
tlmo of siilo. All convoynnclnKiit cost of tho
piirihiistr. If terms of salo aro not compiled
within fldays tho trustees reserve thorlKht
toicsell tho iirosierty nt tho risk nnd eon of
thu difnultlni.' purchaser after li days' nilvur
tlement III nuno nows)apcr piibllsheil lu
WathlUKton, 1), C.
JOIIM WAI.TBH, Jit.,
JOHN 1 votir.
. 's'WWV'V. " ' wwv
Gl OXZAOA coi.i.koi:,
I I StreotNorthwost.
Tliocouno of studios coinprlsos Bnsllh,
l'leneh, (ieiinan, l.nlln and Greek, book-keep-Ing.nrlihir.eilo
As tliostiidciitKnrooritunlol ns a military
batliillon, a uniform Is required, lleopou
MONDAY, Hcptenibcr 7. Terms, S10 per quar
ter in iidvaneo.
llcv. K, A. Mcfil'lIK, H, J., I'rosldcnt.
riMIU C01.U.MIIIAN ITNIVKIISITV,
.1 WASHINGTON. 1). O.
Tho I'reparatory School begins HBITHM
IIIIUSI. 'Iho Columbian College hOKins HBI'
THMIIBUUl. 'Iho National .Miille.il Collnzo
l.eclns October S. Tho Corcoran Selentlllo
School Lculus October II. Tho Law School bo
Kins October T. Kia-further Information ap
ply to JAJIBS V, WHI.IJM1, Id.. 1),.
CI'KNC'BHIAN Jll'HlNHSS CDI.MXll!, COIt,
iM tth and 1) sts n w A iiraetleal biiHluoss
I'ltueiitlon tliatqiialllles youns men ami wo
men to support themselves nnd xuoeossfully
perform tho nctlvo ilutlos of llfo. Thoroiiuli
Instruction Riven In rapid writing, tho BnitlNh
tunsdinKC, rorrcssiondenco, raiild caluiilatlons,
book-Ki cilinr, business practice, oommerclal
law, political eeonomy.stenoarapliy and typo
wrltlnK. Hccularilayiiud uvcnlinc sosslons ro
sinned Tuesday, lieptomber, 1, ut U a in und II
pin, oilliooien for nrnuiKoments by tho
yrnror(iiiirturoiinnd lifter Monday, Ainfinjt
lil. A lull eor)S or teachers, lllustrntoil cir
cular, KlvlnK full Information, sent f ruu on up
jillcutlon, . , ,
lIKNIty C. SI'HNCBH, I'rlncliial.
Mrs, SAIIA BI'Ii.N't'lHt. Vleo-l'rlnclal,
riMinNouwooi) iNs'm'UTii (NHAUiith
I st Circle) will open KopicmbcrHOwltlin
full corps of accomplished Instructors, A com
lleloknowledKuof I'rcnch inactlcal us welt
as tchohirly - xlven lu tho shortest tlmo. Ad
diess .Mr, and .Mrs, W I), CAllKbL, Principals,
lln remnvoil to his now store,
Xn. i::os v sTitniiT .vhutiiwiwt, ,
Wliern ho will bo ilensed lo seo his friends
ami tho iitihllo (rcneriilly. nirO
summon coppkh-mixkii Jtin'At. tyim:
IUI1()H-AVIX() svti:m OP INlTIU.
eilASOKAIIMi TYI'U HOU1IW.
joiin o. Jili.vtir.i, a co.,
TYi'i:rooNi)i:itn, iji.kcthotyi'kks, e:i-
And dealers In
l'llt.NTIiHS' SUITUU3, JOB AND CYI.1N
lJUlt I'llliSblJS AND MAOIIINIIUY.
fend for lltllmntes.
HI (llllI.MAN STHKKT,
jgH-MGin' WKtoirr dbuiiy it.vr.s,
l'or tho early l'nll Trade, f S.W, $.1, SI and 8'"
l'AI.I, STYMJ SIMC HATS
Special Attention Invited to Our
II. N. bTlNi:Mi:TZASOf,
nuts IS!" l'enna. Avenue.
, - CltAMI'S IN STOMACH
A. HltOWN, V. O. Hoxl,
Nothlnr; llko It. JyiJ
BCONO.MY AND SAl'KTY.
I'or Vapor Stoves uso only
l'or tho Best Stovo buy tho DANI'OUTII.
DANPOHTH FLUID CO..
JySl T03 Ninth st. n. W.
PATENT JIINNBSOTA l'LOUlt.
For sale only by
II. Q. KIJY WOIITII,
r20 Sovcnth St., Solo Proprietor,
WASllIXaTON SAl'H DEPOSIT CO.,
01(1 Pcnnn. Avo. Northwest.
Tho Comsmny will rent small prlvato safes
In Its new
rim: and nuitoi.AU-pnoop vaults
from S.I loSlOO. nceordhiB to size
Silver Plato and articles of vnluo may bo
stored and lniired for nny length of tlmo at
cry 1 casoiuiblo eharncfl. JeJ U:n
HUNTON .t CHANDLF.lt,
Will lirnetlco In tho Suiacmo Court of tho
United States, thoCoiirt of Claims tho courts
of thu District of Columbia, before tho Com
mittees of Congress anil tho Departments.
Ofllccs Nos. i!7, US and SID Corcoran llulld
IVSg-TllK 11HST MI'.ALS IN TUB MTV
j ONLY yr, CBNTS.
lixccllcnt lunch 10 and in cts.
THE GAHI'IELD DINING-HOOMS,
DOS V st, n. w.
Hooms for rent. Strictly tempcrnnco.
Jeiil-tf W. T. CltU.MP. Proprietor.
1728 l'enna. Avo. N. W.
HESTAUIIANT A LA CAl'.TE.
Summer board Dy tho week, S3; by tho
mouth, J'-!'-'. myl-am
To nil who nro suffcrlnR from tho errors and
IndlKcrctlnns of youth, nervous woakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, &o.. I will send
a reclpo that will euro you FHBEOFCIIAMIE.
This (jrent remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary In South America. Send n, sclt'ad
dressed cuvelopo to tho llov. Jos. T. Iiiman,
Station D, Now York City.
T1IOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mndo Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TIUIEESTOllV lllllCK AND l'HAME
HOUSES POIt SALE.
330 1st st n e, b h, m I, 15 rs $17,000
311 Astsc, ml, 13 rs MK)
1l03Md ovesw, bh. m I, lOrs 5,0)
HON Jovoso,bh,ll rs 1,500
ailCBtse, bh. ml, 10 rs 4,000
311 Will st s w, b h, in 1, 10 ra . .1,500
51 K tit ue, lib. ml, 10 rs 1,350
IllSCsts w, bh. 8 rs 3,000
aiuiothstsc, r h, io rs 3,5oo
C35 and W7 lot list lie. bh, 7 rs 1,500
TWO-STOHY lllllCK AND l'HAME HOUSES
711 nnd Till list, bh, ml, Bra SI.OOO
U'5 7tlist,fli, Nrs :i.50ii
511 (,th st, f h, 7rs 3,50.)
505 East Cniiltol 8t, f h, 7 rs 3,500
tilOllst, f h, (ir-s 3,000
31CIH1I1V,! h,5rs 1.HO0
31 to 50 Myrtle st, bh, 7rs 1,700
71, 70, 81 and Ml Myrllust, b h, 7 rs 1,700
f,:i list, f li. water.Ors 1,550
toitthst, f h, 7 is 1,500
UNIMPKOVEI) PHOPEItTV l'OIt SALE,
Myrllo st. bet N Cap and IstBts $300 00
Gbt.betlOthnndllth sts 10) w
Cor II nnd 11th sts 50u
10th st, bet II nnd O 3Jo
tth st, bet C und I) 17o
4th st, bet Kami 1. 17o
(I st, bet N Cap and 1st 15o
Soior 0t It mid Gsts 3Vi
S wcoritb und I. sts uoo
Lst, bctadnnd -1th Ibo
HOUSES l'OIt KENT.
Northwet. Per Month.
lSlSVt uve, in I. fur, 13 rs $ vo iw
1431 o st, m I, fur, ll rs loo o)
KIHNM.m 1, 13 r : 11 txl
HSOU'thst, ml, 13rs 75 00
1837 Corcoran st, m I, fur, 10r 75 u)
1311) Coicoraust, lur, 10,rs 75 00
misist stnw, 10 rs i
3031 1 st, in 1, 13 rs 53 Ml
Pill) Corcomi st n w, 10 rs 50 oo
15H1 1. st ii w, in 1, 10 rs 50 is)
i.lU'iUt, m I, u rs nno
1117 at ht lirs 7 no
must His as iw
-IM Mass av, m 1, 10 rs 35 00
afil 13Hi st, I) :n0
!30Uktet,m 1, 0 rs : oo
1151 31Ut, 1S Sllll
3131 Kht,7is HJ
13st'st mod li.i, 7rs aois)
UTOPstnw, llrs 30 00
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
The nboM) is only a small portion of prop
city on my books. For full list enllutolllco
for bulletin 1siio1 on bit and 15th,
T OST-ON SUNDAY EVENING, LIVEIt
Jj color pointer dog, nniwcrs n.imo of
brort; without collar and tag, Liberal ro
ward If letnincd In If."! 11 st ll w. nn3l-3t
T OST-FHIDAY NIGHT, AUG, 28, LBTTElt
J j fioin Lieut. Smith obtaining trausuorla
Hon foi-Pntilck Kaiio nail other papers; also
3 mouths' furlough. Tho Under will plcusu ro
turn to the American House; no questions
I OST-TI'I'.HDAY, AUG. 2.1, IIBT. O ST,
,lj 3d and 4th sts sw and II A P depot, a
blnclc pocketboiik, containing throe gold dol
lars, some other money nnd u paper. Tho
Under can keep tho money by returning tho
paye-r to liW C st w, nu'JJ-ilt
T OST-WATCH (IfAltl), WITH MASONIC
J j mark und small key uttneheds immo on
murk Edw. o. Miller; tinder leaving tho same
nt tho ltlcgs lloueo will reeelvo liberal inward.
B.C. Miller. aul-3t
XXl ANTED-TO EXCHANGUNKW STOVES
YV for old ones nt Hutlur's Stovo Exchange,
corner Oth and K sts. Smoky chimneys ourou
or no pay. Stoves oxchuexed for Brooorlos.
Old stows bought,
AUSTIN P. HltOWN.
HEAL KMT ATM AND LOANS,
1120 V Street Northwost.
HOt'SIN I'Olt SALE.
Cor Mnsnvo mid inih st, 1!!r., mod
Imps! Innto nttles otien llro-ilaeo
In eneli room: furnace, It water
closets und iinssciiKcr elevator,
Now !l story nnd basement house, shu
nted on Iowa Circle; mod Imps.
Terms ensy , $10,500
Threo-slory nnd basement houo. 11
rs, on N st ti w, bet 17th mid 1Mb
stsj mod Imps. Terms easy- 310,000
Larso double houo on Vt live, bet K
and I, sis; niul Imps S-1",CVX)
New hoiue corner HItcs nnd lllh sts n
ws Iiullilliitf will ho ready Tor oc
eiiisineylii two weeks; mod Imps,
Teimseasy. (10) S1'.',000
Sloroand dwclllnB cor Stliand Qstsn
w. Terms enxy. (10) $1,000
Two-story brick house, No, 019 Mill st
n o, bet F nnd G stsj 7 r.s nnd bath.
Tel ins cay. (11) $5,000
Tworrnmohoiicsnnd stable on Grant
iivonw, bet nth and 10th sts! tot
ISxltO. (0) 81,000
Two !l story lioncs on lllggs stliwj
near J:ith; all mod Imps. Terms
euy. (10) Uach $0,000
Larco 3-story niul Encllsli basement
houcoiiG st, bctllithniuUiHlin
w. Terms easy $",500
Three-story UiirIIsIi bnement houo,
K rs: tiiisi linns; IfitSKxISO: .1 water
closets and .'1 balli-rooms; 1st, bet
1Mb nnd luth. Will uxclianifo for
Three-story nnd basement house with
stable on M st, bet loth and 11th n
w; mod Imps. Terms easy $,000
New ,1-story house, with bay-window,
on 1. st, bet "1st and i: u w; 10 rs;
mod Imps. (SO) JCT.OJO
New 3-story Jiouse, With bay-window,
in !.. , bc-l iJIst ami 9-Al n ws Ulrs;
Jot lf'xW to nlley. (00) SO.OOO
I.nrcc iloublu houso on L st, bet 13th
nnd lllh sts n w; 13 rs; mod Imps.
Terms cay $W,000
Thrco :lstory and basement houses on
P st n w, near cor 18th; mod Imps.
Twohoucs on II st n c, hetCthnnd
;th; mod Imps. (ID) Each $3,300
Two houses on Pst n w, betcthan.l
tth; modlmiM. (If) $),'-W, $1,100
Larco houso nnd several thousand feet
of pound on 10th st, near Scott
Thiee-story houso on M st u w, bet nth
mid loth its, mill stable; mod Imp.
Tlircc-story houso on M st n w, bet 0th
nnd lCth sts, und stable; mod Imp.
Largo doublo houso on Mass ave, bet
I'.'lh nnd 13th sts; Iiu-ru stablo mill
Inrco side lot; liousu and sldolot
einlirncliis; 11,000 fcot of ground;
mod Imps $70,000
Six 3-story houos, now building, on
13lh, licnrTstn w; rs, bath nnd
cellar: SW feet parking; lots ITWi
W'S will bo ready loroccupnneybi
nbout two months $5,500 to $0,000
Five new-press-brlck houses, with bay
windows, on '.Mb st u w, cor P st;
houses contnlu dining-room, kitch
en, coulroom, doublo pnrlor (full
ileptli of house), library, three bed
rooms and bnlh; largo closets, gas
llxltircs, mantels ndd mirrors; lots
18x73 to alley $5,500 to S7.000
Hou-o No. S15 1) st n w, bet 2d and "A
sts; lot 31x335; 8-story brick with
stable. (37) $0,000
Houso on 10th st, bet 1 nnd Q, 13 rs;
mod linipiis will tako other jirop
crty In part payment $13,000
Four houses on 15th st, bet ( nnd.ll;
mod Imps $i,600 to 0,500
Vacant property lu nil sections of tho city
-lrANTEl)-AI.L TO KNOW THAT Dlt.
1 Taylor, H'll F street, near Tenth, makos
beautiful fets of arllUclal teeth for $51 guar
anteed to give full sntlsfnctlon; extracting
with ga, rhiorofonn or local anesthetics, 50
eents; without, 35 cents; filling at very low
prices, nuill tt
IADIES-MY ELECTHIO NEEDLE IS THE
J only process which positively destroys
superlliious hair by kllllngtharootslnstnntly,
leaving no marks whatever; wrlto for par
ticulars; ofllco hours fitter SI p m; nil day on
Sundays. Madnmo (labrlol, No. DID (J st n w.
T LOYD'S 230 WASHINGTON EXPHBSS;
.1 J baggago delivered to all parts of tho city,
rallronds, steamboats, otc; furniture care
fully removed; sowlngmnehlnos, typo-wrltcrs,
etc., handled with care; trunks taken to any
part of tho houso without oxtra cunrgo; iier
suns returning to the city can lcavo their
checks nt cither office. Telephone No.SI'J-l.
Olllees, leW) F st n w and -181 l'a avo n w.
uu'JiMm JOIINC. 1IAWI.1SY. Proprietor.
T.Or.TATH.B IIAlIt LOTION.
Itcmnves ilandrull'i allays Itching; cures fe
vers, tenderness, soreness and all scalp dis
cuses; stops tho hair from falling out; pro
motes tho growth of tho hair; 33o. a bottle.
Fur sale at bath-room U. S. Patent Ofllco and
ntlaboratoiy, 033 list, n.o., Washington, I).
IIKi Ol'I'f'.lt. Tolntrcdiieothom. wo
will GIVE AWAY 1.000 Seir-Opcrutlug
Washing Miichlnos, If you want ono sond
us jour nnmo, P.O. and express ofllco at
onco. ThoNlitIonalUo23Dayst. M.Y,
WILL THE TWO GENTLEMEN WHO
rodo 111 a hcrdlo with a gentleman who
got In nt tho United States Hotel nboutl:S)()
p. in., 27th of July, 1KS5, who eompbilnod of
carelessness of drivers niul was lnlurcd. call
No. 1503 Plcrco Place; tho party tujurod loft
tho hcrdlo at lst nnd East Capitol st. niil'.l-Ut
I.-'XCEI.SIOH CLOCIC HEPAIHING DEPOT,
J No. 058 Pa nvo oast; all orders promptly
attended to; nil kinds of clocks for sulu on
monthly or weekly payments.
nuio-llm J. G. HATES.
DOES IP SEEM POSSIHLE TO OUP 'A
llist-class meal for U.1 or lBo, whon you
could not buy tho crudo materials In tho mar
ket for $11 Well, sir, tho Forsyth C.ifo, R18
10th tt, does servo ODD such monls every day.
CIVIL SEHV1UE EXAMINATION. QUES
tlonsand answers In all subjects. Send
TEN cents. Ivy Institute, 800 K sts n w.
TVYE-WHITING Dl'.PAHT.MENT; EXPEUT
OPEIIATOlts; socond-hand typn-wrlters for
sale; nil kinds; telephone No. 113-3. "OALI
OHAPII OI'-l'lCE," 1133 F St. Jr-'l-tf
YOUNGS. STEAM CAHPET CLEAN-
lng and rouovatlng works: feathers ron-
ovatcd, mattrossos mado over, (iirnlturo
steamed nnd moths destroyod, 1-122 l'a. nvo.
Factory, corner fith and 1C sts. s, o. jo Id
TAMES ItUTHEItfOItl), uB.VI.EK IN FINIS
O Family Groceries and Provisions; also
Wines und Liquors, DOII D st. n. w. Sjo
elalty mado of i'uro Aldon Fruit Vinegar.
WEIGHT'S POND LILY TOILET WASH
for Hath, Nursery nnd Sick-room; sa
cents; nil druggists, nu.'.'-.'lt
Dlt. LEON, THE OLDEST ESTAIILISHED
nnd only reliable Ladles' Physician In tho
city, can bo consulted dally, 401 U St., hot, dHj
nnd (Ith st. n. w. Prompt trout men t. Corro
sponilenco nnd consultations strictly oonll
dcntlal. Separate rooms for ladles. Ofllco
always open. JoJ
PATTEIISON STILL SEUVES THOSE HX
ecllent meals for 15 eta. Call ami try. Lo
Droit Dining Itooms, S 12 V st, n. w, my2H
JL, KEHVANI), 1012 PENNA. AVE.. EN.
graver. Platouud BO visiting cards, SO
cents; no cards from same plato.ia coats; 100
cards printed from plate. 70 cents.
MEDICINE FOlt DOGS.
All Diseases Cured.
ool 3 Cor. 4j st. and Md. avo. s, w.
LADIES "COMPOUND TILLS OF TANSY"
nro perfectly safo ami always effectual.
Scaled pin tlculurs 2o. Wilcox SjioclUu Modi
clno Company, Phllailelplila, Pn.
LADIES -PENNYllOYAL PILLS ("CHI
Chester's English"), tho only genuine, safu
certain und ell'eetual. Sealed particulars -lu.
Chichester Chemical Co., 231S1 Madison sq.,
l'hlladelphla. Pa. JyjU
Oil SALE-llHICK HOUSE No 11)03 DTII
st n w. (1 rooms nnd basement: range.
latroboa, eto.s finished in hard woodi price
O't 1RII. .msll nn.l. mmn.nnlu
4Kl St 11 W.
AiUtithtmiiiii nf Thrtt Llitu uniltr thU head
tiua tat Hut timet fur 35 ctnti,
OH HUNT EIGHT NBWTWO-STOHY
bricks. Sll: ono 3-storvaud cellar brlok.
8U;ono8-8tory, cellar und store, brlok, $1U;
U.....1. ......I...1 ul 1..,, I.' .....I t 'A. ..!., ... .4
rK.iiiii t.iiii,,i, avi, I'm. I. iuiii ,i. Jti'g'ij ." .
H, Cay wood, cor, Oth und K stu, n. yt, au33-0t
AMU E M E N TS.
After Thoroimli llcnoviitlon will Open for tho
MONDAY BVKNING, SEIT. 7.
Willi tho 1'lrt Prodiiellon In Wnslilm;to!i of
UII.IIEHT & SULLIVAN'S
Mikado, or the Town ofTitipu
With tho Author's Test nnd Prompt Hook,
tho Coniiiosir's Mulo nnd Orchestra
tion, Eli'jtiint CostuniiH nnd Cor
leet Sccnlo Eflecls.
Tlit iHvrturlton of lit mirt In a mitl!atl
fbimatowthtr liouttln lht cllu inn liitllwt
flotation nr gooil faith tultrtm wtnttitr, n
uM an n aiott nrrrrtlon nt tht imi'lml irork at
Sir Aitlttir Svlllran ami In tttfinarf nf H mo
tttt anil that of its lOltolmnitiur, Mr. OUiifrt.
Seats can bo reserved for tho nuthorlol
I iriiiluctliiii on and nflcr Thursday, Seat 3. It
AJ Pcnn. Ave., near llth st.
MONDAY, AUGUST ill,,.
And ct cry Artirnoon nnd Night thUWeek,
rol.LAItS AND CUFl'S,
III Three Acts, with Comic Tabloaus.
A HATTLING PACKET OF FUN, COMEDY
In Museum A Charming Novcltv, Iho Great
German Diorama of tho Himsoiis, spring. Sum
mer and winter; t.000 moving Ogium. Every.
body should seo II. Next week -tho famous
Leoii7.il Hrolhcrs niul Wonderful Dogs.
pO MIQUi: Htiiiinii'r Gurdi'ii.
Finest Show of tho Season.
ANNIE HEATING'S COt'IlT OF linAt'TY.
Twenty Ilniulsomo Lndles hi u .Melango
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday,
330 p. in.
Hvi ry Night nt 8:30 tho Fun llcglns.
WANTED , HELPFEM ALE.
.itmtlfninntof Tlirm Una umttr title mail
Into ted time tlmttfor 35 cailt.
-rANTED-llY A HBSPF.CTAIILB WHITE
I woman, u situation as cook uud to do
houseworks good references. Apply Mrs,
Knlo Scrlvner, Aliv st, bet 10th nnd 17tli sts n
w, iicnr Wntcr Stand Pipe. nu'Q4lt
"fANTED-GOOD C()7)K, WAS1IEH AND
IT lioners stenily employment nnd conl
wnges; nunc but good ouo need apply. U.S.
Johnston, 3511 Pa avo mid 30th fet a w.
rANTBD-A YOUNG WHITE GII1L WHO
II Is willing to mnko herself useful lu a
sinnll family: a goo.! homo guaranteed. Ad
Ul ess A, Crltlo olllce. au3S-:lt
ir ANTED A HAI.l'.llltnW.V
IT nssjst 111 geiiernl hou'cworl
family. Apply iu 733 e' st n w.
"IVfANTED A SETTLED COLOHED
1 1 woman to conk, wash anil iron; six In
tho family; references,
Apply nt 130 1) st n
nu- -i i
"ITfANTED-A WHITE GIHL TO DO OEN-
T V oral houowork, except washing and
Ironing, nnd assist lu cure of children. Apply
nt lioi G a n w. nu3s-at
v WANTED HELP...M ALE.
' Aitrtrtlnmtntt of Three Llntt wider this head
limrted three timet for 33 centi.
ANTElH-A GOOD FAltMANDl'OOO
10 miles lu tho country; (icrmaii pre
ferred. Apply at 313 10th st s w, bet C stand
and Va ave. mrll-at
"rANTED-A HOY AHOIIT 10 OH 17
Ti years of ago not afraid of work. Ad-
ilres ) P., Crltlo ofOco, nuatKIt
MAN AS LUNCH AND OVS-
Apply at 337 l'a avo n w.
YirANTHD-A YOUNO .MAN OF GOOD AD
T V dress; must write n fair hand and wil
ling to suit himself lo circumstances. Apply
ut loom II, Corcoran building, from 3 to 5 p.
Ailn I tlrtmtntt of Three l.lnei under this head
interled three timet fur 35 centt.
ANTED IIY 1ST OF SEPTEMHEIl
steady work In good family les seam
stress; rcfcicnccs. Address 11, C. S., lfWl Lo
Droit I'nrk until Monday. au'J.s-3t
Tf ANTED FAMILY AND SINGLE
1 T washing lo do at homo by tho wook or
month: pood references. Call or nddrossA.
Washington, 110 Green's alley, bet nth nnd
llth and Lsts and Mnss nvo n y. nii-jmt
Ailrertlteineiilt of Three Lines voder thl$ litiid
Intertill three times for 35 centt,
T HICE. NO. -100 MAINE AVENUE: CAIt-
J J. pets to clean, mattros-os remado;
FOR RENT ROOMS.
Adrertlfinuntt of Three l.lnei under this htud
Inttitid thne timet fur 35 centt.
TT71011 HENT 109 (ITH ST N
X fiirnlshol rooms and hall room.
17 OK ItHNT-LAltOE UNFUHNISHED
X room, with nil mod Imps for light home
keeping. 715 K st, opp Mt. Vernon Square.
170H HENT-A NEWLY FUHNISHEI)
' limit room. 737 Cth st 11 w. au.'l-3t
i70H HENT-UNFUHNISIIED PAHI.OHS,
on lst floor, SIS per month, 1315 llth
tt 11 w. null-3t
'OH HENT-A CONVENIENT FUH
nislicd room, to n ladv onlv: near tho
(lov't Printing Olllce; references exchanged.
Call nt 111 list no. au3.).3t
17OII HENT TWO HANDSOMELY FUH
? iilshcd room, connecthlg, en siilto or
single, nt Itll I st: terms reasonable au3S at
Ailieiil'einenttnf Three Llntt under thUhead
Interled thite timet for 35 f.
; 11. w., near 17th st within 300 fcot of
park In 1 ear of Pi esldent's Houso, IS ft. H In,
hunt; alley In rears also two nice lots on P st.
11. w., let. 10th and 17H1 sts., 33x135 ,ft.s alley
on side nnd rear. A. S, Cay wood, cor. Pth and
K sts. ii. v.'. nn-a-nt
I70H SALE--HEAUTIFUL SUI1UHIIAN LOTS
. 25x100 feet, fronting Dladensburg Turn
pike, In sight of street-curs. s:l(k); SlOOoash,
balance $fi per month. Neat 5-room oottagos
built at lowest contract rates; 8100 cash,
huluuco In S years, or monthly payments if
THOMAS A. MITCHELL,
Jy7 Dili F St.. Itooms r ail.l O.
Hnndsnmo corner lot. near Scott Circle, at
Two lots, on 1 nth street, near Scott Clrclo,
nt no cents less than adjoining ground,
Deslrablo ground In Hhodo Island nvonuo,
near Coiiiicctlcut iivcnuo, atrousonablorutos.
Now nnd substantial corner dwolllng, near
Dupont Circle, containing 111 rooms, SI I,0;)l).
Ditto, near British Legation, 17 rooms,
Several deslrablo country places near tho
WM. P. YOUNO,
Jold-tt lflO-'l F stroot.
JL1 l)y AUSTIN P. EHOWN,
112(1 F st. n. w.,
40,000 feet of ground on Kith st. n. w., bet.
Scott Clrclo nnd H St., und 00,000 feot on N.
II. avo., bet. Dupout Clrclo niul L st. Several
tlrst-cluss liouses, ranging In price from SHI.
mil) loSlilQ.IMMi, r Inll)-tf
1" 711tSTcTAl!snhOAHI)VNI) ACCO.MMO
1 dntlonsut Inwood, West Fall.1 Chinch,
Vu 0110 inllo from station; telegraph: rates
I'cusonublo. AddicHs firs. E, M, BOON,
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
A 12-horso power EiiBlno and boiler
JeOO-tf Apply at Crltlo Ofllco.
T)INEY POINT HOTEL, Ml),,
Washington, on the Potomao Hirer.
OPEN FOH GUESTS JU,E20.
Stentncrs Excelsior or Gcorjo Leary
UVI'lllUK JIOUI Ji'ia Ol HUM
For ti vms. which will bo moderate, nnnlv lo
Hotel; Wash 11. Williams, Uli nnd I) sts. 11. w
or W. P. HICB,
IWflNEY TO LOAN.
Ol AA TO $500 TO 9 10,000, AND LAIIOEH
tftlUU sums on real estate; lowest rutos:
cull now. WM. F. HOl.TZMAN, Attorney, KM I
F st. n. w. . Kf''-Jrr
IHAVF, MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD KEAI.
cctato or coiiktoral security at loirest rates
ot Interet-t. No delay wtien seourlty Is good,
O. U. UltEEN, lloom 1, Ulrcmeu's building,
cor. 71U una La, ave, apl 1-tt
F1IANKLIN INSTITUTE, PHIL.
Open from Sept. 15 to Oct 31.
Concerts and Special Entertainments Dally.
Prices of Admission--Adul's 50c.j
Children 25 Cents.
Coupon Tickets (not good If detnchodi 10 for
(Schools and parties can get excursion r.itos,
by npplylnglo thoDhcctor of this Exhibition.
Aug 30 to Oct 31,
Sti:ami:u cohcouan's i:xct:u
SIONS. Tho owners of tho steamer W. W. COM
COHAN havo purchased and will nssumotlio
mnnugement of MAIISIIAI.L HALL. Dally
morning excursions will bo given especially
for Lndles nnd Children.
Absolute order will bo preserved oil the
grounds, tho tnblo furnished with nil tho mar
ket nflnrds, lunches served, and Ice, fruit nnd
milk always on hand.
Steamer lcnes every mornlngnt 10 o'clock,
returning nt ! o'clock p. in. fare, 25 centi for
round trip to Glymont uud Marshall Hall.
Children, In cents. JoS-If
-IlIAl'i:!. POINT. GIIAl'MI, POINT.
Long Ilranch of tho Potomac
ilH hours nt tho bench.
Commencing Willi Juno 2S, tho STEAMER
GKOIK1E LAW will lcavo dally (oxcept .Mon
days, Fridays and Saturdays) from steamer
Lcury's wharf at 8:1.1 n. in, sharp, returning
11:31) p, in. Fnro for trip, fltto. Meals fiOo. at
tho Point. Professor Shroodcr's orehostr.i.
Geo. W. 1IAUBH, owner steamer Geo. Law.
Tho steam-packot EXCELSIOH will nulto
regular trips during tho senson to tho above
points vvcry SUNDAY, TUESDAY and Fill
day, leaving her whaif; corner of High st. and
Canal, nt H o'clock a. in. sharp. Faro for
round. trip r.Oc. Iloatcan bo chartered on al
ternate days. For Information nimly at ofllco
of J. (Land .1. M. WATEIIS,10I7 lllghst.,
THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES,
Is leached by tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD
TWO 1I0UHS FROM PHILADELPHIA.
VAST K.VlTtKSS TIIAINS, with Parlor
Cars attached, aro run during tho seasonal
convenient hours. Pnssongcrs nrrlvo at tho
Now llrond street 8tntlon, Philadelphia, whoro
Union Transfer Conchos nnd llorso Curs trans
fer them direct to the station of tho
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
nt tho foot of Market street.
For tickets, baggago chocks and full Infor
Northeast corner Thirteenth stroot nml
Stntlon llaltlmoro & l'otomuo Itnllrond
CIIAS. E. PUGII,
J, 11. WOOD,
General Passenger Agt,
KXPItKSS TRAINS HUN TIIKOUGII
WITHOUT STOPS IN
CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R.,
iTom Station foot of Vino street.
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD,
From Stutlon foot of Market stroot.
Acccsslblo from Washington by tho through
trains of tho
BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR
From tho New llrond street Station of tho
Pennsylvania Haltroad, at Philadelphia, Stroot
Cars will convey passengers direct to tho
West Jersey Halfroad Station. Union Trans
fer Coaches lo tho station of tho Camdon &
For through tickets, baggago chocks and
full Information apply as follows:
Northeast cornor Thirteenth stroot mid
Station llaltlmoro & l'otoiiiao Itnllrond.
CIIAS. B. PUGII, J. 11. WOOD,
General Munagcr. General Passenger Agt.
1885 i:xcSION s,:so 1885
iiai.timoiu: & omo n.ur.noAD.
EVEHY MONDAY, Commcnelng JUNE 22, to
Itound-trlpHatp.Sl.no. Limited to .100 per
sons. Lcavo Washington at B a. m. Heturu
lng, arrive at 8:S1U p, in.
EVKHY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commenc
ing JUNE 2S), to
Hnriior's 1'orry and llyrnos' Island,
On tho Potomao.
Hound-trip Hate, 81. Limited to 200 per
sons. Lcavo Washington 10;03 a. m. Hoturn
lng, arrive at 7:20 p. 111.
EVEHV WEDNESDAY AND EVEKYOTIIBH
Commencing JUNE 21. Hound-trip Hate,
fSI.no. Leave Washington 8:30 a. in. Ho
turning, nrrlvo at 11:15 p. in.
Evciy ticket calls for a roscrvod scat on
theso excursions, Sccuro your tickets nt lilt)
and 1351 l'enna. nro., and at depot on tho
morning of tho excursion. J 0 1 : i t-f
LOAYllH Ci:i)All POINT.
Tho Popular Watering Place of
Tho safo, swift and inagnlllcent steamer AH
MKNIA will lcavo her wharf, foot of7thst.
dally, except Saturdays, ut U a. in., returning
nt O p. in.
Armenia stops at Alerandrlaon MON1 A. S,
WEDNESDAYS nnd FH10AY8 only.
Fnro, fjllo round trip, Children, 23c.
Dinner on tho grounds, CO cents.
For further Information nnd charters to so
cieties nnd corporations apply to
O. L. SHEHIFF'S Coal Office,
328 and lll-l Pa. avo., or ut Steamer's wharf,
foot of 7th st. Jel2-ti
T. VTItNON t
Leaves 7th st. wharf dally, oxcept Sunday, for
Mt. Vernon nt 10 o'clock n. in.; returning,
reaches Washington nbout il:0O p, in,
L. L. IILAKE, Captain.
37 SEVENTH STREET N. W.
O. P. BURDETTB,
D. W. CLEGG'S
Coinblnatliiii I.etler-Sbect and llmelopo
For Letters, Notices. Hills, Stntcmciits, Cir
culars of all sizes; lu boxes of , 00, 100, S3),
ICO uud l,(i(iO each.
Will dlspcnso with Envelopes.
Will suo Weight In Postage,
Will suvo Tlmo uud Trouble.
Tho PostoDlco stamps will show dato of do
llveiy. J, W. WATEltS,
. . . . .UUI New York ayenuo.
rsole Agt. for Washington nnd Alexandria.
Artifioial Stone Paving Co.
Office, 1418 New York Avenue.
Artistic and Fine Work In Cement a
Our Skilled Workmen lay tho following
Sclilllcnncr's Patent, Dest Granolithic.
A8plialtum, Artificial Stono.
Kitchens, Sidewalks, Stables and Cellars
lutd with neatness uud prominoss.
Owners ot property nro notified that thoy
will bo held responsible for Infringements of
this patent. Tho Unltod Statos Courts for tho
District of Columbia lmvu recently enjoined
11, L. Cranford nml thu Commissioners of tho
District of Columbia flora laying this pave
ment. AH nrtliielal stono pavomonts othor
ban that luld under tho patent aro worthless,
JOS. 0. MoKIBBIN,
Tclephono Call 407-2, rrosldnt.
BALTIMORE A. OHIO RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE IN EI'l'ECT SI'SIDVY. MVY
lBS.-i, UNTIL FUltTIIEH NoriUK.
I.cavo Wnhlnglon fiom station, cornor Now
Jersey iivcnuo mvl I'streot.
ForChUngo, 1l)a. 111. and 10:10 p, m dally
Tho 1(1 n. m. Is a Fast Limited Btprois to
Pittsburg nnd Clilciigo, arriving In liltsbitrg;
nt 7::to p. in., Chh'iigu next morning nt H:U5.
Ijo extra fnro Is elmrged on this train for fast
For Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Lotilsdally
nt .l:s:op. m. nml 10:111 p. m with througb
coaches nnd Piilnee Sleeping ears tn above
points wilhotit chniigo. n::l p. 111. train Is n
last I mllcdtmln to Cincinnati and St Louis,
ntrlvltig In t'lneiniiatl noxt morning at 7s IV
St. l.ouls (l.'.in 1 p. m, Nooxtru faro Is eliargo
on this train for fast tlmo.
I'or Nll'l'iim nt 10 a. m., n-llh Parlor Car.
and 0:10 P. m- dally to Pittsburg. Clovelamf
and Detroit, with sleeping curs to Pittsburg.
For llaltlmoro on week days-n, 11.10, (I'll)
7:30, B:!'.o nnd 1(1.05 a. in.. 12:1(1, 1:21, :i:irv
(Ifi-mlnuto train), fl:io, .lssit), -1:10, 5iio, (ism,
7, B:2.1 ntul 1 1 p. m.
Forllnlllmoioon Siindays-ll:10, 7:110, 8:30
nnd 10.0.1 n. in., 1:2A, 1:30, li;:ii), -hl), fl:l(),.
(1:10, 7, H:25nnil 11 p. m.
Fortsilnlson tho Hhcnaniloah Volloy Halt
roud ami points South, 11:25 u. m. and 11:10 p.
in. dully. U:2. a. in. train has Pullman
Sleeper from Washington tn Now Orleans.
For Aniuipolls, (I: ID a. in. nml 12:10 and
l:ll() p. in.; on Sunday, B:3() a. 111. and l:10
For way stations between Washington nnd
llaltlmoro, 5, 0:10, 8:30 a. m.. 12:10, 0:ilo,
4 Ml), 7 and 1 1 p. in. On Sundays, 8:30 a. m.,
1:30, !l:i!(i,'lil(, 7 and 11 p. m. For stations
on Metropolitan Ilranch, 7:25 a. m. and 11:15
p.m. dally, except Sunday, uud 5:30 p, m.
dairy: -UUI p. in. dally, oxcept Sunday, for
principal stations 011 Metropolitan llr.tnolc
;iu a, m. uaiiy-ou siiniiay slops ue an sta
tions; for I.oxlngton, Staunton and Vnlloy
Ilranch, HMO a, in. dally, oxcesit Sunday; for
Fiedrrlck, 8:10 a. m., l;U) p. m. dally, except
For local stations between Washington and
Galthcrsburg, 12:30 p. m. dally, oxcept Sun
day. For tlagcrstown and Winchester, 8:10 a. m.
dally, except Sunday, nnd 5:30 p.m. dally to
Hngcrstown; dally, except Sunday, to Win
chester. Trains arrive from tho West dally, 0, 7:20 a.,
m.. 1:15. 0:30 p.m.
From Annapolis, 8:30 a. m. and 1:50 nncfc
5:25 p. m.: Sunday, 0:35 a.m. nnd 11:35 p. m-
l-rom e,cxiugion, 0:011 p, m, unuy, oxcopc
From Frederick and Intermediate points,
8:25 n. m. uud 8:15 p. m, dally, cxeopt Sun
day, Trains lcavo llaltlmoro for Washington at
5:10, 0:30, 7:20. ll, t):0.-. and 10:30 a. m., 12:15,
2:30, U, !, -1 :20, 5, (1:30, 8, II and 1 1 p. m. On
Sundays, (1:30, 7:20. 0 and 11:05 a. in., 1:30,.
2:30, .1:20, 5, 0:30. 8, 1) and 1 1 p. in.
All trains from Washington stop at Holay"
Stntlon, except 1:25, 3:15 und 0:10 p. m.
I'or further Information apply nf. tho Balti
more A Ohio ticket ofllco Washington Sta
tion, (llOnnd 1351 l'enna. avocornorof Mtlj
St., whero orders will bo taken for baggago to
bo checked and received at any point la Iho
city. 0. K. LOUD, O.F. h.
1), DUNHAM, Pen, Man.. llaltlmoro.
TO TUB NOI1TH, WEST AND 80UTHWE8T.
DOU11LE TnAOK. SPLENDID R0ENEnY
Bl'EEL HAILS. MAON1FI0ENT EQUIPMENT.
Trains lcavo Washington from station, corner
of hlxth and 1) streets, as follows:
For Pittsburg nnd tho West, Chicago Llmltod'
Express ot l'iilneoSlocnln'rCnrfliitO;r,On. m.
dally; Fast Lino, USO a. m. dally to Cincin
nati end St. Louis, with Sleoiilng Cars from,
lloirlshurgto Cincinnati and Hotel Car to.
bl. Louis; dally.oxccpt Saturday, to Chicago,.
Willi Sleeping Car Altnona to Chicago. Chi
cago and Cincinnati Express at 7:10 p. nv
dally, with Sleeping Cars Wuhlngton to Chi
cago and Harrlsburg to Ixiulsvlllo; conncot
IngatllnrrlsbitrgwithWesterii Express wltlv
through sleepers for ClevclandnadSt. rxuls.
l'aclilo Express, 10 p. in. dally for Pittsburg;
nnd tho West, with through sleeper Uarrl
burg to Chicago.
HALIIMOtlE ,t POTOMAO lUILHOAD.
For Eric, Cnnaiidalgua. Koctiostcr, Huffulo
Niagara. 10 p. in. dally, oxcept Saturday,.
Willi Palaco Cars Washington to Hochestor.
I'or Wllllainsport, Ixick Haven and Elmlra, at
0:50 a, m. dally, oxcept Sundny.
For New York nnd tho East, 7:15, 8:30 and.
11 a. in., 2, -1, 10 p. m. and 12:15 night, on
Sunday. 8:30 a. m 2, -1, 10 p. m. and 12:15.
night. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
Cars 0:10 a. m. dally, oxcopt Sunday.
For l!o8ton without change, 2 p. m. every day
For Hrooklyn.N.Y.. nil through trains connect
nt Jersey City with boats of Urooktyn Annox,.
affording direct transfer to Fulton stroet,
avoiding double ferriage across Now-Yorli
For Philadelphia, 7:15, 8:30 and 11 a. m., 2H
1, 0, 10 p. in. and 12:15 night. On Sunday,.
8:30 a. in.. 2I, 0, 10 p. in. und 12:15 night-.
Limited Express, 0:10 a. m. dally, except.
For Haltlmnre, 0:35, 7:15, 8:30, 0:10, 0:50, 1
n. m., 12.05. 2, 4,4:25,4:10, ll, 7:10, 10 p. m..
and 12:15 night. On Sunday, 8:30, 0:50, 11
a. m., 2, 4. 0, 7:10, lop. in. and 12:15 night.
For l'opo's Creek Line, 7:15 a. m., and 4:10 p..
in. dally, except Sunday.
For Annapolis, (1:35 a. in., 12:05 nnd 4:25 p
m dally, exccptSunday. On Sunday 4 p.m..
ALLXANDHIA & FftEDErilaKBUOim RAIL
WAY AND ALEXANDltlA & WASH
For Alexandria, 0, 7, 0:25, 11:01 and 11;35
a. m., 2:05, 4:20, 4:45, (1:25. 8:05 nnd 11:37
p.m. On Sunday at U, l):25i 11:01 a. ra.,.
8:05 p. in.
For Hlclunond and tho South, o nnd 11:01 a
in. daily and 4:15 p.m. dully, except Sunday.
Trains lcavo Alexandria for Washington 0:03,
8, 10, 10:10 a.m.,, 0:(.-, fissi. 5:10, 7:05
and 11:35 p. in. und 12:10 midnight, oxcept
Monday. On Sunday at 8 and 10:10 a. m.,
7:05 and 11:35 . in. nnd 12:10 night.
Tickets and Information at tho olllco. north
cast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsy
lvania avenue, and at tho station, where or
ders enn bo left for tho cheeking of baggage'
to destination from hotels and residences.
CIIAS. E. PUGII, J.H.WOOD,
Oencral Manager. Gen. Passenger Agent-
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY.
(LEAVE II. & P. DEPOT, SIXTH AND H STS.)'
11 lift A.M. For all way stations, Lexington,
ICy., Louisville, Chieinnatl, Columbus, St.
Louis, Dally oxcept Sunday. Through.
Parlor Car to whllo Sulphur Springs.
11 A. M. For Newport News, Old Point Com
fort and Norfolk, Dally except Sunday.
Bi45 P. M. For Louisville, Cincinnati, St..
Louis and Chicago, connecting for ail
points West, Northwest nnd Southwest;
fust express dally; doos not stop for local
business; through Pullman servlco to
LonlJvlllo and Cincinnati,
For tickets and Information apply at C, &-.
O. Hallway ofllco, 610 Pennsylvania avenue,.
under National Hotels Va. Midland Hallway
olllco, 001 Pennsylvania nveuuo, and U. & lv
II. W. FULLER,
General Pussonger Agent.
C. W. SMITn,
FRANK TH1GO, N. E. Passcngor Agent.
WASHINGTON, OHIO & WESTERN R. R.
On and after JUNE 14, 1BS5, trains will loavo.
from uud artvo at oth and U sts.
Dejiot as followss
Lcavo Washington Oa.'m. nud4:35p. m.
dally; arrlvo at liolmont Park 10:51 a. m. anrr
(1:2(1 Ii. in.; I.ecsburg 11:01 n. m. nnd 0:30 p..
in.; nrrlvo at Round Hill at 11:13 a. m. and
Returning, lcavo Round Hill 0:03 0. m. and'
3:00 p. nv, pass Lcesburg 0:12 a. m. and it:10!
p. m.; liclmont Park U:5 1 a. ro. und 3:58 p. m.
and nrrlvo nt Washington at 8:35 a, in. and
5:40 p. in.
Special oxcurslon ratos and Sunday trains
to liclmont Park. Monthly aud commuta
tion rules to all points.
B. M. HHOPHY, Supt., Alexandria.
E. J. LOCKW00D, Pass. Agt,, 507 l'a. avo.
DAILY L1NETO NOHl'OLK & FOKTHESa
Monroe. Bteamors Ooorgo Loary.snd
Excelsior, commencing May 0, 18S5,
One of theso popular stonmers wilt loavo
Sovcntb-ttroet wharf DAILY,oxcopt SUNDAY,
at 5 :30 p.m. Tor particulars Inquire at Com
pany's onico, 7th st. wharf. Tolephono No.
745-3. W. P. WELCH, General Aeoat.
I- OW FAH1'.S
J Fortress Monroo nnd Norfolk.
First-class furotl; Hound-trip, 81.25.
Stenmer JnnoMosoley Monduy, Wcdnosday
and Eutiitdnynt 5:30 p.m.
Pnssngo nnd rooms secured atgencrnl ofllco.
Sixth street wharf, Tolephono cull, 1)1,
Potomno River Landings Steamer Thomp
son Mondny, Wednesday nnd Friday at 7 a.m.
W. G. METZEItOTT & CO.,
003 Pennsylvania Avenue, socond door west
of Ninth stroet,
BOLE AGENTS FOR
Ohiokering and Jamos & Holm3tronn
OLOlICill AND WAllllKN OKOANS,
And all MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
W. B. SPEARE,
010 F BTKEET NORTHWEST.
Everything strictly first-class and on tho
roost reusonablo terns, (Camp Chairs to hlro
for all occasions.)
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