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Till-: WASHINGTON ('KTTIO, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1885.
ForllioMMillo Allnnllc States, sllulilly
cooler, fiiir weather, Westerly winds, higher
For Tuesday, slightly pooler, fair wcithcr,
In Imllcntril for New I'tiglmitl and tlio Middle
I'oi.lcr.CociiT .tl'iinK.Mtt.M, I'miTiiM.
Helen Duekclt, assault, JIO nr ill) d.ivl
ulro disorderly eotnliict, J." or 15 d vys nihil
tlnnnl. Sniiuiel ll.itt, disorderly conduct;
Jo or 15 tiny. Lou Is.Incksoli, colored, do.;
do. Charles Stewart, eolorod, vagrancy; I'd
ilnjs. Vllllnm(;oU'iii:iii, eolored. disorderly
conduct: $10 or (HI iIujk. Alice .lolunonutid
Klltnlictti Thompson, colore I, loud mid
boisterous; i'i or 15 days e.ieli.
Tin: Corcoran Art (lallery will he open to
Ilic iuMlc on Tuesday.
A .ocmi man li.itucd Samuel ll.ilt tried to
I e funnier than tho pooplo on tho stage ut
Hie Dime .Mueiini Saturday night, mid wni
Rind ?5 in tlio l'ollcu Court till morning.
I'ATtiin; t'.niTnii, colored man, va Im
foro Judge Mills tlil morning for carrying
n pistol In West Washington, Ho win also
charged Willi disorderly conduct. For tlu
latter olTctiso lio was lined in, and for carry
ing tlio weapon $"J0 or sixty day.
An nffrny occurred at Twenty-fourth
(triet and rcnnsylvanla avenue hut night,
In which n colored tiiitn named William II.
Harris wiii severely cut about tlio head.
The police nro looking for Adolph It.indolph
who is alleged to havo ilono tlio cutting.
A MAN employed at tlio brick works of
Vi H. West In Virginia was drought to tlio
city lint Friday forlreatuieul fnr'u bleeding
of tlio iinenud throat from which hu was
thing. Dr. K. Morgan stopped thu How of
blood, and ho was subsequently sent home,
Louisa IIi.ai'kii'iin, colored, of Maiden
Ijuic, South Washington, was licforo the
l'ollco Court to-day charged with keeping a
bawdy house. A white man from l'luladol
iihla nnmed Jnines F. Edwards swore that
do was robbed of $1(1 In the house anil
Jenny Corcoran, n whlto woman, cot sixty
days for tlio larceny. Louisa lliackburu
was fined ?f0 or IK) days.
1'uiVATi: Dan AVii.uams of the First
I'recluct, South Washington, discovered
that ho caught n tarter when ho arrested
Helen Ducket, a notorious colored woman
on Four-aud-a-half street southwest yester
day. HIio gave him a lively thumping nud
resistance came, when slio was hurried on
to tho station-house. Sho was assessed $10
by Judge Mills this morning for assaulting
tho ofllccraiid $.1 for disorderly conduct,
tVliy I.'iiii'M Im I'ri'lVrrc-il.
Tlio reason why I.cmp's favorlto St. Louis
deer Is not sold In moro places on draught
In this city lies In tho fact that It costs a llt
tlomoro than other beers.
To accommodate tho demand for I.emp's
deer In a neighborhood where It was not
sold on draught jet, Chris. Aimer das put
Into Sam's place, corner of Sixth mid I'enti
sjlvanla avenue, a new pump dandled by
watcr onl', which arrangement Is open for
Inspection for everydodv who wants to
convince himself In regard to thu cleanliness
of tho apparatus.
The beer at Sam Miller's old stand is the
best beer, and Chris. Aimer says that ho Is
not nblo to irlve a better beer than furnished
ot Sam's. No doubt It Is tho lliict sold In
this city. There is n quiet bar-room lit
Sam's, and thero is no hurry for yon to
leave. Sam's kitchen Is also well stocked.
You can gtt there n good meal for n reason
nblo price, a la carte.
Sam Is becoming qulto n caterer.
His card Is Letup's ln-cr.
Vt A Must r.n.o,vnlili Trip.
Tlio excursion to Cressou Springs, advert
Used wy tlio l'cnnsylvanhi ltallroad, Sep
tember promises to bo tho most enjoy
nblo trip Scr offered to the Washington
people. TlicVnto for the rounillrfp, which
Includes one full day's board at tho famous
JlountaliiHouscl' so low asto bo within
tho reach of all.
At thlstlmoof tlno'eqrtho trip through
tho country travcrserl -by tho l'eniisylvaiiia
ltallroad Is particularly attractive. Obser
vation cars will ba'atnudicd to the train
from which an unobstructed view of tlio
weird and fascinating Vcciicry ot tlio
Allegheny Mountains can lou'nJoycd. Tlio
special truly'will leave at ttiSffu. m., roach
lug Cresspn nt 0:1)3 p. in. TheVtlckcts nro
good toreturn within ten day. Special
ales nt the Mountain House emi be ob
tained by those desiring to reiuatitthero.
A representative of the company wlllnc
Mnnpany tho excursion and look after Hhc
Comforts of tho party. X
TtH Foity-Nlxtli lllrtlulny.
Tho forty-sixth anniversary of tlio Nino-tcenth-strcct
Itaptlst Church was celebrated
yesterday. This Is tlio llrst colored church
lu tho city. Tlio history and progress of
tho church were narrated by ltev. W. II.
llrooks, tlio pastor, at tdo morning service.
Tlio cdurcd was organized August i."J, lSl'J,
with four members Win, Hush and his
wife, Kllza Hush) I-avlnla l'erryand her
daughter, Emily Coke. Mrs. Coko was
present yesterday to hear tho anniversary
sermon. Tho thrco other founders aro
dead. Tho church Is situated nt the comer
of Nineteenth and I streets, where thero has
been a church situated slnco 1SDJ. Tho
church has now a membership of over 1,000.
Yesterday was tlio thlity-fourtli anniver
sary of the pastor's birthday. Ho took
cdargo of tlio church in 1SS2, and slnco
tLcn has reduced tho debt on tho church
from $5,tC0 to$l,5C0.
Meet liiKorOitd-Kcl low h In Unit iiiiorc
At tho meeting of tho Sovereign Grand
Lodgo of Odd-Fellows at Ilaltlmoro, Sep
tember SI, tho District CSrand Lodgo will bo
represented by Messrs. J. T. l'ctty and M,
D. llralnanl. Oliver Dufour will bo tho
delegate from the (iraud Encampment of
tho District. Tho meeting will extend llvo
or six days and there will bo present about
J20O delegates from all parts of tho country.
A monument erected In Harlem Park, Hal
tlmorc, to tho memory of James L. ltldgo
loy, who for mora than forty yeais was
grand secretary of tlio Odd-Fellows, will bo
unveiled during tdo meeting. Jtldgcly was
a native of Ilaltlmoro, where tho llrst society
of Odd-Fellows lu America was organised
in 18UI by mi Englishman named Wlldey.
Tho order, which then consisted of five
members, das now over half a million.
Iti'ceiit Itolibcrlt'M Iti'porlcd.
Amelia Minor of 1003 Eleventh scrcut re
ports that a liluo silk dress worth $15 was
stolen from her room, between tdo twenty
first awl twenty-scventd Instants. Mr. A.
51. Clanp's stable, 037 (1 street, was robbed
of a brIUlo and set of reins Saturday jilght.
Tho house of Mrs. A. Wallace, -ttl First
street, was entered Friday night and robbed
ot a lot of sheets and bed spreads. Daniel
Williams, of 1707 Vennsylviinla avenue, re
ports that n pocketliook containing S1.V!5
was stolen from his huuso Saturday night.
The Columbia Deiiiocrntx.
Tlio Ilr6t regular meeting of tho Columbia
Dcmocrutic. Club, after tdo summer recess,
will bo held at tho clubrooms.Ouiiton build
ing, corner Ninth street and l'eniisylvaiiia
avenue, oil Wednesday evening next.
CAi'TAiN Fismcu's cosy llttlo baron Sixth
street, near tdo Avenue, handles ipilto a
quantity of Lcmii'sdottled deer, audacooler
nud better-kept beer Is haul to liud.
Tiir National Hotol bar, foremost always,
Is well stocked with Lump's beer, nud a
glass of Letup's In nuo of tho National's II uu
cut glasses Is a refreshing drink Indeed.
FiTZUintAMi of tho St. -Marc has addod n
cafo to dls bar, which Is patronized by tlio
best of our citizens. Ho handles Lomp's
beer, of course.
If you want good lioard ami conifortablo
hotel, go to tho Aincilcun llouso. Jf Duffy
A Lcauuarda cannot ploaso you, nobo ly
t-lso can. They sell any quantity of Lemp's
Iy you want n glass of boor drawn from
tho wood In good style, go to tho Somto
Houso, Messrs. Daly it Walsh, proprietors,
Thoy keep Lenin's Extra l'.do on draft only.
They would rattier pay u llttlo moro anil
havo tho best, and their Increasing trado
shows them that thoy aro right.
IP business or a walk drlngs you to tho
Adams Kxpicss ofllce, do nut fail to call at
Jlartliolomi"'! for a glass of Liui r lUic
Iliinlliu III I'oxl IIoih'.v To. ilny for
Tin: Curnc luul un nrllcle upon Itnti
tim, it few days ugo, to the ulTcri lh.lt
ho would lose friends by his rourse III
ilci'llnliig clinllengcs. The hiiiiiu lileii
M't'iui to hiivi1 struck llniilan, for lo
ilny he Is to post money with u Now
York sporting paper, In hliut llirco
tnnli'hus nt llirco miles iwh. Ono with
Couiincy, ono wild Uoulvy nml one
with n iiinti'iigfilnst both. II Is doubt
ful If cither of llio llrsl Iwo arc nc
rcpti'tl, hut tlio (louhli) scull rnco un
ilouhlctlly will be. lluiilmi limy initko
the Inst conilltloiml upon llio ncccpt
nmx' ot thu llrst two. In this event
the wliolo liuitter will probably fall
It Is notlcvntilu Hint Iliinlau prefers
lo liuiku his liuilchcs now for llireu
mill's liislcnd of llvo. Is It that hu
focls ho has not thu liKluniiii'i1 now ho
linil n few yours back that hu has found
hu Is fusler ill tho short illstnuiTS, or
that hu docs not rnru to eiuluro tlio
slriiln of a long nicoY Thu belief Is
gaining ground rabidly that Teenier Is
the better mini at llvo miles.
Mr. Illnchmau of Philadelphia Ins been
Invited by the l'oloniac Itlver legatta coui
mltli'u to act as refcrro at llio coming re
gatta, mid has accepted the Invitation, Mr.
Illnihinau has had largo experience lu boat
ing matters, has been a member of thuex
exicutlve committee of the National Asso
ciation of Amateur Oarsmen, ami Is a thor
oughly fair-minded and Impaitlal gentle
man. The paper sdelt of the Washington Club
Is expected back from Waters' lo-il.iy.
Speaking of tho Washington, It Is queer
how success begels niece, tlenlhincii are
i onstaully applying for admission, and an
oilier year will iirobably see this club ono of
tlio largest hi the city. Said a well-known
Avenue Jeweler hist week: "I do not know
aiijthlng alsiut rowing, but I want to go lu
n; a contributing incnilier. Any orgaulz.i
t Ion that can achieve what the Wnshuigtons
have under whatlhey havohad to encounter
will get my suppott."
'I his season should satisfy overy ono
that an eaily regatta Is much moiuto bo
desired than a late one. After the long
winter's Inactivity, men take hold ot row
ing with mora iivlility. If tho regatta Is
held the last of July or first ot August, tho
outside entries would be much larger, and
It would be much rnslvr to get men to train.
Some of the Columbia men havo been hi
training slnco early In May. These men
havo had no opportunity for a vacation,
and it Is only with tho greatest watchful
ness that tdey nro prevented from getting
Tho inemliers of the Joint regatta com
mittee arc authorized to collect subscrip
tions to defray the expenses of the regatta,
nml It Is doped that their labors wilt bo
inuilo lluht by a generous response on tho
part ot the public, llo.iting Is different
from any other sport with which our peo
ple are familiar, llasrball is played hi an
enclosed palk, where all admission Is
charged, llorse racing tho samo. When
blcjclo races are given It Is at Athletic
l'urk. Of all tho out-door snorts ot sum
mer here, boating Is free. Not only can
any one see llio crews at practice any nlgdt,
nut wneu regalias are neiil mo o.uiKsol llio
liver ulloiil a piaeool observation to thou
sands, and tdo onlv outlay Is tho slight ex
eillonof netting there, lloatlng Is kept up
hrin by the muscular nml pecuniary exer
tion of several hundred gentlemen for the
pure love of It. Under these circum
stances, an appeal llko the present one,
should meet with a readv roiioiiBC.
1, la E,nl..l !!... a, 41... !.., ... tl..... f 41.
i. in ruin.! tii.ii ul tiiu in-i iiicuiii; in IIIU
representatives of tho National League and
American Association It was decided to
scalo down the salailcs of all tho players lu
both associations twenty per cent, next
Jim flalvlu, who was lately released by
tho llulTalos and engaged by the l'lttsburgs,
has broken down. Ho has probably pitched
more games lu tho past ten years than any
man hi tho country.
All tho papers aro complimenting Hob
llarr upon his feat of retiring tdo ltlclinionds
In nine Innings without making a hit.
1'aul Hlnes of this city, lately released by
the l'rovldcnco Club, probably will not play
any moro ball thlsseasou, Hlucs would bo a
great addition to the nlno from this city
Several outside papers assert that thero
will bo no changes In cither of tho principal
associations next season, anil that the Na
tionals will bo left out In the cold. "That
will bo all right."
With tdo present week tdo autumn season,
dotd for tho runners aud trotters, will have
fully begun. For tho runners hero lu tho
East thero is tho meeting now hi progress
nt Shccpshcnd Hay, with Jeromo l'ark, Bal
timore mid Washington to follow, and brief
meetings for tho Jumpers at Ccdaihurst add
oselbly ono or more days at l'clhaui, under
llio auspices of tho Country Club. In tho
West thero Is tho meeting of tho Washington
l'ark Club, to begin to-day at Chicago,
which will bo followed by meetings at St.
Louis, Lexington, Louisville aud by tdo La
Ionia Club nt Covington, which In
every lespect, except that of the
actual locality of tho track,
ought to bo called tho Cincinnati meeting,
llaiely has tho summer racing left so many
open questions. Not mi owner, East or
iVest, can c!
West, can claim a single championship, If
such n thing was known to the turf. Thero
Is ns much uncertainty as to which stable
das tdo best two-year-old or throe-year-old
ns thero was In tho eaily summer mouths,
whllo for the four-year-olds and upward tlio
running of Frcclaml, Miss Woodford, l'on
tlac, Loulsctto and others leaves tdo ques
tion of superiority as open us It Is for tdo
two and thrce-yeiu-olds.
Thero will do tdrco days' ruclng at Brigh
ton Beach this week, viz., to-day, Wednes
day and Friday. Tho programme nro
about tho same as usual, Noxt week some
thing new may bo expected, tho owners
having been asked to write out the condi
tions of tho races they would like to havo
and deposit tho samo in a sealed box.
Thcso suggestions Secretary Mcliowau will
take, and, if possible, nirnugo programmes
for next week.
It Is reported that tho English Jockey, C.
liawllnsoii, Is now on his way from F.nglaml
to ildo forthellaiicocas stable. Ho Is from
Newmarket, ond according to "Hull" can
ildo at ninety-eight pounds. He Is not
bringing much winning luck with him, for
up to tho end of July tho Ciilemlur docs not
show that ho has had a winning mount this
year. Hlsiidlng was eonllncd to Kempton
l'uik, Stockbridgo, Salisbury, Bath, Wlud
for, Hampton, AMiicheslcr and Alexandra
l'ark. Ills nearest success was riding Mr.
Langland's two-year-old colt Van Ayr a
"dead beat" with Mr. Dougall's Lyddlng
tou for tlio Kcmptou 1'aik April Two-Year-Old
Stakes, whllo his record for 18SI
was Kill mounts, of which 0 were wins, with
10 seconds and 10 thirds,
Thcru will be racing at Sheepsliead Bay to
morrow (Tuesday) and on Thursday and
Saturday. Tho features of tho "cards" to
inoriow aro tho Twin City Handicap and
tho Bay Hurdle Handicap. Tdo following
aro nuioug those entered to run In the
foinier: Loulsctto, Imported lllchmoiul,
l'niilqiic, Monogram, Thackeray, Hidalgo,
lllca, St. Augustine, Katrine, East Lyimo,
Saltrctrc, Albla, Unrest anil LaSyiplilde.
Tho Hay Hurdle Handicap Is a swoop
stakes over tho full hurillo course Out of
.!! entiles about a dozen nro expected to
On Thursday tho fixtures Include tho
September Stakes, at n mllo and three-quarters,
for tliiee-year-olds, at $100 each, with
$1,M;0 added, of which the second Is ou
tltliilto$:i00oiitof tho stakes. The prob
able staitcr Include Tyrant, Hidalgo, Vo
iiilio, Wuudu, Katrine, ltlelimoud, Ehnoii
dorf, St. Augustlno, Favor, Freeman,
Hiookwood, Sidlpetio, Longvlow, Bonanza,
East Lyiine, lioilo, Harcfoot and Wick
ham. On Sntuiday tho New York Handicap, for
all ages, nt a lallu nud a-hnlf, will bo the
attraction, The stakes closed with 07 sub
scribers, of which itll havo been declared,
leaving tho following among tho cllglbloi
Loulsctto, 1'ontlac, Imported ltlelimoud,
1'ai ole, Thackeray, Brookwood, Decoy Duck
nud nearly thu samo ontereil lu tlio Twin
Do sot bo dccolvcd i ask for anil tako only
II, II, Doiijjlass & Sons' Capsicum Cuiikii
Dropa for CoiikIm, Colds and Horo Throats.
I), b, and Trade .Murk on overy drop.
ititrn:t ox rniAi.,
Tiiu .Men I'iiiiIhIiciI for Itonllnx
Among the prisoners who enmo licforo
Judge Mills for trial to-day were two wifo
I eiiteis, ono whlto and ono colored. Tho
ecsis were of more than ordinary brutality,
iii.d when the faces of the aim sed wives
wiiebnri'd to the public gaze on tho wit
ness stand lliero was an nudlblo murmur of
mingled horror and disgust, Patrick Hur
ley, n dairyman of Fourteenth and II streets
l.oilhcnst, was called out ot tho prisoner's
ili.ok nml ehaiged with assaulting his wife
Caldeilne. "This mail was released liy
Your. Honor only n few days ngo," s.illl
l'rosecutlng Attorney Thomas, "for llire.it
enlnghl wife with violence." Mrs. Hur
ley took a handkeichlef from her left eyo
ami showed a horribly bruised eye. Her
fate was also bruised. Slio stated Idat sliu
dns borne der biutiil treatment for eighteen
Lust night lie came home drunk and as
saulted her In bed. Ilo said, "There Is an
older charge against McDonald," (meaning
1'ollciman McDonald) ns became In. Sho
leplled that Hint did not concern her. Ilo
then went to I he window to see that no ouu
was outdo street, and then ii'luiuod and
liioked der In led. She ran outof tlio room
and lie struck der In the face several times,
nud while he wasmaMiign light she ucipcd
to the street mid summoned apolleemiu.
Olllcer Halt slated that when ho arrested
Hurley he admitted tho nsault, mid said ho
did It because she aggravated him. Mrs.
Hurley was coveied with blood at tho time.
Hurley look thu stand and lold tlio court
that he slapped her beenuso sho mtdu him
mail, A lino of $v!5 or 00 days was hu
nosed. and a sentence of StO diivs lu lull.
absolute imprisonment, was Imposed.
Henry Scott, a colored man ot gigantic
ptoportlon, was up for kicking his deli
cate wife hi tho stomach and got six muutlis
The Dlstilct Commissioners will soon bo
gin tho pieparatliiu of estimates for street
luipiovcmchtK, for which Congicss will bo
asked to maku appropriation, Fast Wash
ington has a vital Interest In this subject,
and every effort should bo inado to sccuro
for this section of tho city a fair share of at
tention, Commissioner Webb is known to
be favorable to East Washington' claims,
mid to bellevo that tho progress and growth
of the city depend lu great measure upon
the Improvement of tho great section lying
east of the Capitol and rapidly becoming
one of the most attract Iro residential local
Frank Norton of 815 East Capitol street
has reported the loss of a sliver watch,
Mr. J. C. l'nrsons, No. 1111 East Capitol
street, has complained to tho police that a
eoloied washwoman who took n number of
garments to wash has not icturiicd them,
Four lulek houses on Eleventh street
northeast, near Lincoln l'ark, six on tho
west side of Tenth, near 11, four on tho east
side of Tenth, and two near Eleventh and II
are lu process of erection. Tlueo on O
stieet, near Eleventh northeast, and four on
Tenth, near C, me nearly llulsdcd. Capitol
Hill is booming.
A woman named Mrs. Andrew has Im
posed upon a huge number of the denovo
ient elllzensof East Washington by telling
a sad story ot the alllletlou ot her daugh
ter, w do she says Is dying from n cancer.
People living ut.ltfi 1 street southeast havo
been much annoyed, as the woman directed
that hell) bo sent to this address to her. aud
a great many people have sent baskets of
provisions. '1 lies e, of cou rsc, have all been re
fUH'dwIth nn explanation that no such
person lived there.
Mrs. M. I). Patterson, while making pur
chases in the Eastern market, lost a gold
huntlng-caso enamelled watch, valued at
$75. Sergeants Mullinll and llrynn after
waid recovered tho watch from a small
while boy nnined Fred Hoffniaii.
A colored man named lleubeu Jackson
icported to tho suli-pollco station that tho
thrtc-mouths-old female child of Lucille
Jackson died suddenly Friday night on tdo
How en road, near Unlontown. Tdo body
was viewed by tdo Coroner, wdo gave a
ceitlflcate of ilealli from dysentery.
Shoitly after the steamer Armenia left her
moorings ut Lower Cedar Point yesterday
on the return trip to this clly tile attention
of Captain Nolle was called to volumes of
smoke which wcru Issuing from tho hurri
cane deck at tho huso of thoforwaid smoke
stack. An examination proved that tho
dry timber of the deck had become Ignited
fiom tho excessive heat from the smoke
stack. Mate Bcnnct ordered tho baud to
play n lively tunc, whllo tho captain, with n
few buckets of water, extinguished tho
flames. Tho steamer reached her wharf In
this city on time, and the largo number of
passenger departed, with but few awureot
the danger they had passed through.
The body ot an unkuown man was found
lloatlng hi tho river opposlto Buzzard's
I'olnt hy tlueo young men who wero In a
row boat yesterday afternoon, Tho bodv
was secured and towed to tdo Arsenal
wdaif aud tdo Coroner notified who or
dered that owing to tho decomposed stato
ot the doily It should remain In tho water
until this morning, when It was taken to
thoilead-housu ut tho Washington Asylum.
Tho body was so swollen nnd discolored,
ami tho fenturers of the fneo so distorted
that It was Impossibly lo tell whether It was
that of a whlto or colored man. Tdo
deceased woio a drown coat and pants, bluo
and whlto checkered calico shirt and a pair
of heavy working shoes. Ho was about 5
feet 8 Inches tall, weighed about 185 pounds
and was about 50 years of age. Ills dead
was bald, mid on top was a scalp wound,
willed was made either bv his fall or by
some blunt Instrument. Tho body, ns It
lay In tho water, tied to tho Arsenal wharf,
was visited by a uiiinhcr ot people, but no
ono could Identify It. Sovcral days ago a
sand-scow was found adrift In tho river
near Alexandria. It was claimed by tho
owner John Martin, who said that Ids
biother Joe, who had been in charge of tho
scow, had been missing for several days. It
Is supposed that tho body Is .Martin's, mid
that lie fell from tlio scow at tdo mouth of
tdo James Creek Canal.
Coroner Vatterson vlowed tho rcmalus at
Iho Washington Asylum dead-houso and
gave acertllleate ot accidental drowning,
deeming nu Inquest unnecessary. Tho
brother of tho deceased claimed tho re
mains. An excursion was given to Blacklston's
Island ycsleiday on tho stenmer J. W.
Thompson by tho bottlers and drivers of
Bridwell's bottling establishment ot South
Washington nud was largely attended. The
steamer wns duo homo at 5 o'clock tills
inoiulng, but had not arrived up to n lato
dour to-day. Various rumors to tlio ef
fect that tho steamer had sunk or beenmo
disabled wero ulloat, but It Is learned that
tho delay was caused hy the steamer running
aground on ono of the sand-bars which nrn
uumcious in that portion ot thu river, Thu
steamer arrived about Its o'clock to-day.
l'rlvnto (leorgo E. Clarkson of the South
Washington Viecluct has been dismissed
from tho police force and .Michael Moelran
has been unpointed to (111 tho vacancy.
Father '1 inner, O. 1'., who Is visiting tho
Dominican Fathers In South Washington,
dellvcicd an cITcctlvo sermon nt tho 11
o'clock service at St. Dominic's Church
Tun Dime Miw.i'm. Tho amusing
comedy "Collars and Cults," lu llirco acts,
wild comic tableau, holds tho boards nt tho
Dlmo this week, Those who want tosco "a
rattling racket of fun, comedy aud mtislu"
should not fall to visit Barton A Logan's
cosy theatro this week, In Iho musuuin
piopcr, mo ureal Herman Diorama ol llio
Seasons, Including 1,000 moving llgures,
should bo seen, Open every afternoon and
TllUATIIP. C'OMiqulS (lAIIlllIN. "Alllllo
Keating' Court 'of Beauty" receives homage
at tho Combine Harden this week. Scnsii
tlonal nets havo been prepared by thu man
agement nnd an attractive programme Is
promised. Matinees aro 'given as usual,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at U::S0.
Tho evening peifonnanco begins at 8:30.
Ikrunlieiiiinss, or tlio Liquor llulilt, Can
lie Ciiivil by Administering lr.
Hollies' rioldeii Hpciillc.
It enn bo given In a cup of coffeo or tea
without tho Knowledge of tlio person tuklnu
It. effecting a siiocily und permanent euro,
whether tho patient U a moderate drlnkci
or an nlcnhollo wreck, iiioiisands of drunk
ards havo boen inuilo temperate men who
havo taken tlio (lolilua Hpuclllu hi tliolr oof
leu without their knowieUae, and toibiy bo
llovo thoy quit drinking of tliolr own freo will,
No harmful effects result from Its adminis
tration. Cures Riinranteeil, Circulars and
tCHttmoulals sent free. Address,
Uomien Hi'Kcirio Co..
185 Unco St., Clucinuutl, O,
xi:t:is vi. nt xi xa out.
Tioiiblo (lie t'ollcc llnvo In IHnUhrr.
Ai'i'i'ilH In I'li'ilciieli'sliiire;.
Tluit part of tlio clly ciniiiionly
known ns "Krcdeilcksbtirg," where
more disgraceful nlTrays iiecitr than In
any other part of tho District, win
ugiilii llio Hccno of eimslilcrablo excite
iiieiit yesterday afternoon, when thu
shouting of AdilNon Coleman by Of
llcer Shcehaii, while tho latter was endeav
oring lo discharge bis diillos, was vividly
lualltil. William Coleman, a cousin of
Addison. wa arrested by Ollleers .Melton
and Mulloy fordlsordi'ily assembly, nud a
box and die were found In hi pockets.
About live hundred people nsscmdled
around tho olllcer when they arrested
Coleman, hut they had not forgotten tho
leriible lesson of a few weeks ngo. nil 1 no
violence wa commuted. Judge Mill this
inoiiiliie; lined Coleman $10 or sixty days lu
the chain gang twice tho usual tine, Ho
wn committed In default ot tdo line.
on'ccr Dan Williams saved himself from
1 ilng mobbed In lids samo dangerous lo
enllty only by hi Intrepidity and prowncu
of mind. Iiienmpnny with Olllcer Wink,
hu went to u houso nt tho corner of Third
nud K streets to settle some nllegcd dllll
tulty. Whllo standing near tho house tho
oflli era were surrounded by a gang of col
ond men, who finally beenma involved In n
light. ODltcr Work arrested one of tho
nun, but tho crowd pressed about
the olllier III such a manner that
his prisoner escaped, lu tho tnoiii
tlmo Olllcer Williams attempted to ar
lest Waller Ellis, one of tho rlnglinders,
Kills snatched the oflleer's club and tho
emwd closed In upon Williams. Matter
began to look pretty serious for tho olllcer,
but Indetcrreil ho pulled his pistol and or
deied Kills to return tho club. Tho fnto ot
Coleman was fresh In thu hitter's mind, and
he yielded, Olllcer Work by this time sue
iieded In cMiihig to his comrades' asdst
unco nnd Kills wns taken to the station
house. The elTeetlvess of Olllcer Shch.m's
summary treatment of Coleman was fully
dimonstialed hi this case. Tho crowd was
kept at bay and a disgraceful nnd probably
bloody alTray was piovelited.
The warrant for tho arrest of Ofllcer Sho
ban, which a committee was appointed to
obtain at a meeting lu South Washington
on Friday nlgld, das not yet been taken out.
Ellis failed to appear in court this morn
ing and forfeited 1 collateral.
The most dangerous part ot Fredericks
burg Is tho plaeo called Bloodflchl. l'etcr
Deny, (leorgo ltoblnson,AlonzoCross, Win.
Chum, Kllen Lucas, Charles Hums nud
Henry Heed were nil arrested for disorderly
conduct and lighting In "llloodlleld." They
nil foifelted collateral.
Seventeen bonis loaded with coal havoar
I leil since hist report.
The last of tlio Joint servlcos ot Christ and
SI. John's churches was at St. John's Church
ycstculay. 'Iho regular services will bo ro
sumed nt thu respective churches on Sunday
Tho funeral ot Miss Tannlo Mackal took
place yesterday afternoon atSo'ulock, llov.
Albert It. Stuart olllclatlng. Thocolllu wns
literally coveied with llowers mid was ear
ilid to llio cemetery by tdo aetlvo mid don
About (1:30 ycstculay evening Odlccrs
Blown and Darcy found a colored girl
nnmed Sunu Waters sick lu the street and
took her to her home, No. !C117 (J street,
wheio Dr. Sulcr rendered medical aid.
l'atilck Carter, n colmed man, was ar-
lesled last night by Olllcer Hall for ills
onleily conduct. A seven-barreled 10
volverwas found In his possession. He
was lined $5 for disorderly conduct nnd Hi)
for carrying concealed weapon.
Mrs. Mary C. Holies, whoso Bcrlous Ill
ness wns noticed lu Saturday's Citmo, died
ut tho Aged Woman's Homo last night of
paralysis, in the both year of her age. Tho
funeral will tako place to-morrow (Tues
day) nfternoonnt 3 o'clock from tho Home,
luteiment nt Holyrood.
lo-iuorrow being tdo let ot September,
shooting commences on tdo lnnrslic.s.
Airlvcd: Schooners Addln S. Walker, with
KM tons of stone; Nathaniel Lank, -150 tons
of coal from New York; Hutli Hoblnsoii,
700 tons of Ice from Kennebec, mid Elm
Clly, with 1,000 tons of Ico from Kennebec.
Temperature nnd condition ot water at
7 a, in. (Irent Falls, temperature, 7J; con
dition, I); receiving reservoir, temperature,
78; condition ut north connection, -I; condi
tion nt south connection, 25; dlstrltutlng
reservoir, temperature, 77: condition nt In
lluent gate-house, 5; condition at clllucut
Xew York (Slock Talk.
New Yoiik, Aug. 31. Money, 1J per
cent. Exchango quiet and weak at LSI (H,
I.H). (lovcrinucnts linn. Currency, Us,
137? bid; -Is, coupons, 1231 bid; 41s do.,
1131 bid. Tho stock market opened feverish
and weak, prices declining in tho first few
transactions t to J percent, under a slight
picssuro to sell tho granger stocks. After
tho tlist cull thu selling ceased nnd tho
cliques bid prices up to tho best llgures
ngnin, which aro now prevailing, Tlio
market Is steady.
Xew York Stork Itlurki't.
Tho following have been furnlshoil by J.
Yniiro Lewis, broker, southwoateorner Eighth
nnd ! streets:
C II & o
lien & Itlo II
IN J Con
100ki'l015Z " nrfd
MM Oreji Kali.
10 J j
i!l Itock Isl,
i'.i im. nun
Tox As Ta.
IJ Paolflo .
Tdo following summary Is by 11. K. Plain &
Co., M. Cloud building, Ninth and 0 streets:
I) I II. I L. V.
8 Ki 8 70
8 HI 8 75
SHO 8 70
U17V(j 0 15
I). K. rialn & Co., St. Cloud building, fur
nishes tlio following oil quotations: Closed
yuslerday, 1(W. Opened to-day, 101JI,; highest
low: lowest, 10O)sj J-.M, 101W.
Tdo following nro tlio closing quotations of
the Washington Stock Exchango (o-ilayas fur
nished by Messrs, Towers & Union, baukers: ,
Washington & Georgetown bonds 110
Metropolitan stock , '.MIA
Columbia stock :I')W
Not th Capitol ami o street lo
Washington city OasllghtCo VM
(Icorgetown (Jnslluht Co I-'
Franklin Insurance Co in
National Metropolitan lustmmcu Co 00
Nutlonal Union InsurnucoCo K)
Columbia Insurance Co 10H
(lerinmi-Ainerlcuu Insuranco Co
Potomno 1 iisiiraneo Co 10
lilggs Insuraucu Co ilVl
llouidof 1'ubllaWoiks (IrecuSs Ill
Mneoulolliill bonds M))(,
Washington Mmkut Co. stock Ill
v " " bonds
Inland nudboahonrd Co. stock
" " " bonds
Washington brick Machine Co. stock 105'
llankol Washington ;o
Hunk of Wiisblnglnn ill
National Mel ioislllan Hank 135
National liauknt tlio Keinibllii 1 1.1
rninieis'mul .Meedanlei' National Hank,
(ieorgel own 1 1 J
Cil Izens' National Hank los;
Second National Hank
CeiitinlNiitlon.il Hank 100
(irent Falls lee Ci , 01
Ileal Ilstutu Title Insurnuco Co U3U
Pi-misylviiiiht Telephone Co 01
( liesamake .'ijl'otoinauTelephono Co.... IIS
U.b. lllcctrlo Light Co 00
ijustli's Old Htlioil,"
010 D street northwest, buys gents' 'second
hand clothing, Nolo by mall nttoudod to,
lloiv llr Kept llio Wngon.
The Pension Ofllce scandal has einbraced
nnolher lctlin, who Is ehargedwilh robbing
Hie (lovctnmcnl. Detectlvo Illock this
inoriilngniitstiil John 1'. Howies, thocol
oied driver of Iholnall wagon of tlio ofllco.
He Is chniged with stealing an old mall
wngou about two year ngo. Ilo was ro
lensed on SMIO ball fiir n hearing In Iho Fo
ld o Court. Howie lin deen lu tho employ
of Iho Department slnco 1873.
lie slated to a CuiTic reporter this morn
ing that when tho new wagon was bought
tliem wns not room hi the stable for tlio old
one, mid Assistant Chief Cleik Howard told
him to I a tui It and keep It for tho Depart
ment until they should need It, there being
nn order that It should not bo sold. When
arrested ho drove tho ofllcer to tho corner
of Hist and L streets, where tlio wagon
wllh other was standing lu n lot. Tho
wagon was In a very illlaildatcd condition,
i he wheel wero broken and the tire wero
Union wllh wire, and tho top was torn Into
tatters. Thero wero two largo boxes In It,
and It had undoubtedly done service as u
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Vii.vh nml Hours or l.olltiitf In nnd
Out or Wn-liliigloii.
IM'.l'.ltTI!i:i: ol' llullroad TmliiN
from llnlltinoi'f A Potomac Depot,
Sixth nml II hIitcIm.
l'or llotton 2 p. in. (without change; of
l'or A'cw l'ork 12:15, 7:15, 8:30, 0:10
(limited) and 11 a. in.; 2, 1
and 10 p. in.
For l'MlaiMphia-l :16, 8:30, 0:10 and U a.
in,; 2, 4, 0 nnd 10 p. in.
For Baltimore 0:3."), 7:15,8:30, 0:10 and 11
n.lii.; 12:05, 2, !, 4:25, 4:10,0
and 11 p. in.
For Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louts 0:10
a.m. and 7:10 p. m.
For lluffafo, Jllmtra and JlarriilurgOAO
a. lu. aud 10 p. in.
For Annapolit0mM3 a. m., 12.03 and 4:25
For i'ujic'j Creek Line 7:15 a. in,, 4:10
I'roiii lliilllinoio A Ohio Italliotut
Depot. Corner Xw .Ser.sey nvi'nuo
mill 4! Htrci'l
:-5, 0:10, G:I0, 7:30, 8:30 and
).05 n. in.: 12:10. 1:25. 3:15,
awo,4:30,4:io, o;w, u:iu, i,b::m
nnilll p. in.
For Annapolis 0:10 (Sundays 8:30) a, in.;
12:10 and 4:30 ji. m.
.Fur Point of Hocks, Frederick 7:25 a. in.;
4:10 and 11:15 p. m.
For Harper's Ferry and ShenamloahVallcy
8:10 and 0:23 a. m., 6:30
and 0:10 p. in.
For OaltUmhurg 7:25, 8:10 and 0:25 n.
in.; 12:30, 4:10,5:30, 0:10 nnd
11:15 p. in.
For jranerstownuiX) p. in.
For Chicaijo 10 n, in., 10:10 p. in.
For Vitttburg 10 a. in., 0:10 n. in.
For Xevi Orleans (express) 0:25 a. m.
For Cincinnati. Louisville and St. Louis
3:30 and 10:10 p. in.
1'ioiit .lc.niiiliin .Y 1'ri'ilerlrltHbiiiK
unit Alcxaniliin A. Vimlilngton It.
It., Sixth mid It NtroutH, Ilaltlmoro
A I'oloiniu' Ileiiot.
For Alexandria a, 7, 0:25, 11:01, 11:35 a.
in.; 2:05, 4:20, 4:15, 0:23, 8:03
anil 11:37 p. m.
For Richmond and the South a and 11:01
u. in., and 4:15 p. in.
I'roni I'hcsnponko V Ohio Itnlli'iind,
Sixth nnd It Mlri'i-tH, llalllniorc A
J'or Cincinnati, St. Louis and South 11:16
a. in. and 6:15 p. in.
For Fort Monroe, Xcuporl A'cws and Xdr-
foIkU a. in.
I'liiiii 1Vnsililiig;toM, Ohio A Wi'Htcrn
It. It., Sixth mid KhIiccIn, Halt I
nioi'C A Potoinnr llepol.
For Alexandria, Lccsburg and Round Hill
0 a. in. aiul4:23 p. m., tdo Sun
day inoriilngtraln running only
AltltlVAIi of TrnliiM nt llnltiinoic
A roloinne llepol liy llultliuori' A
I'otuiiiiic It. It.
From Hoston'2:l5 p. m.
i'Vowi Xeio York and Philadelphia 5:23,
8:05 nnd 10:50 n. m.: 1:10, 2:15,
4:05, 7:10 and 10:10 p. in.
Ft on llaltimore-0:30, 8:03, 8:40, 8:50, 9:23
nnd 10:50 n. in.; 1:10, 2:15, 4:03,
5:60, 7:10, 8 and 10:10 p. in.
.From Chicago, St. Louis and Cincinnati
0:30 and 0:25 a. in.; 5:50 and 8
From Annapolis 8:10 a. in.; 2:15 nnd 5:50
From Buffalo, Flmiraand llarrisburgd:25
a. in. and 8 p. in.
Hy Alexandria A rrt'dcrlekHlmrs,
mid Alexandria A AYnslilugtoii
From Alexandria 12:10, 0:05, 8, 10, 10:10,
a. in.; 1, 3;03, 3:23, 5:10, 7:03
and 11:35 p. in.
From Richmond und the South WHO a. m.;
3:23 and 11:33 p. m.
Hy Chi'snpculii' Jk Ohio II. It.
From Cincinnati, St. Louis and the South
8 n, in.j 0:50 p. m.
7'Vviii 1'ott Monroe, Acuport AYim and Xor
folk 3:40 p. in.
Hy VuHlilimlon, Ohio &. VcMtorn
From Alexandria, Lccsburg and Round Hill
8:23 a. in. and 7:10 p. m., tho
Sunday evening return train
starting fiom Lees-burg.
At Itulllinon-A ObloOepot by lint
llinorc A Ohio ltallroad.
JVom Baltimore 12:31, 0:30, 8:10, 8:30, 9:50,
10:35 and 11:15 u. m.; 1:50
iSuuday 3 p. in.), 2:20, 4:30,
5:10, 5:25, 0:38. 8, 0 nnd 10 p.m.
J'Vow Annapolis S;M a. m. (10:30 on Sun
day), 1:50 and 6:25 p. m.
iVoiu Point of Rocks and Frederick -8:23 a.
in.; 4:15 aud 8:15 p. m.
From llinicr's Ferrp and Shenandoah Val
ley V:M a. in.; 5:30 and 10:55
iVoin (7i7i(Tj(i(i!7-8:23, 0:50 and 11:30 a.
in.; 3:40, 4:15, 5:30, 8:15 and
10:55 p. in.
7'iom HngcrstowuU'M a. in. and j:30 p. in.
From Chicaro aud Pittsburg 7:20 a. m. and
0:110 p. m.
J'Vftm A'fie Orleans 10:55 p. in,
Fiom Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis
11 n. in. nud 1:15 p, in,
AltltlVAIi AXI IIKI'AltTimil OP
I'ort lonroc, IMucy Point mid Xor
Leaves Tuesdays, Thursday's
and Saturdays ut 5:30 p. in.;
leturnlug Mondays, Thursdays
und Saluidays at 0 a. in.
Sixth-street Wharf (steamer Juno Moscloy)
.Monday, Veducsday and
Satunlay, leaves ut 5:30 p. in.
Arrive 11:30 a. in., Wednesday,
l'llday and Monday.
l'otoinne Itlvi'i' l.uiidliigH.
Sixth Strict Wharf (tteaiucr Thompson)
Monday, Wednesday nnd
Vrldny, leaves at 7 u. in.
jtlmint Vi'i'iioiiuuilSlm'NliuU Hull.
Saen(h Stmt Wharf (steamer Corcoran)
Leaves nt 10 n, in, dally. Ar
rive l p. in,
l.oivcr Cedar I'olnt.
Sttamcr Armenia Leaves at 0 a. m., dally,
riinprl rolnl (I'oloiniic 111 vei).
Sttamcr George Law Leaves nt 8:15 a, m.,
Sunday, Monday, Wednesday
und Satunlay arrive U;30 p, in.
Steamer Mary Washington Leaves at 0 a.
in,, Saturdays, rcturulii; utO
('cut l'lillHiiud Cnhlii John llilde.
Packet Fxci isior (from lileii and Canal
streets, (leorgetowii) Leaves
nt 8 a. in., Sundays, Tuesdays
mid Fridays, returnlnjr nt 8
isjrsf- CHHAPCOAI, A Nil WOOD,
One of the largest and most responsible
denier In tho illy dns entered Into contract
wild llio HOOIIIIAI.H roni'l.lMTIVK HO
I'lr.TYOFTllliDISTItltTOP COI.PMIIIA to
furnish tnembei'siif the society with Coat and
Wood fiom tun present to April :, 180, upon
terms the most favorable ever heretofore ol.
tiilned by tho society, nnd nt prleos inueli
lower than can bo obtained from any other
source, l.vcry member should secure the ml
viinlngesoneiTil, Members must bo In pos
sesion of the Trndo Card for tlio current year
(rihhI until April so. ISHU), T1ioo who havo
not nlrcndy given their order for coal nru
urged to do so promptly, as nil order must
bo In by September 15, Order can bo given
to tho following tunned member, wdo will
Kilo nil needed Information, nml wdo can also
furnlli Trade Cards, eto. Persons who am
not member of tlio society can beeomo such
without ceremony nnd ut llttlo costby calling
upounnyof tlioo named below, and those
doing so before September 15 will bo entitled
to tlio special ndvnntnges of our co.il con
tract, ns well of the eighty-odd contracts with
tradesmen In all branches of business:
.Joseph M. Wilson, 1108 Jhl. nve, , w.
A. T. I.ongley. KM A st. n, u.
i:.'. rawie(t,38Ii st, . o.
.1. II. McCain.', iwalst, II. e.
.1. M. Aii'lni", 15IU Columbia st.
W. A. Wllbc.rn, 1511 Pierce lince.
ilioinasl.dnrdner, 811 13th st. n, w.
U.S. HrlnkerliotT. HM) (J st. n. w.
I.. Viiniliilnir. ,15 llthst. n. w,
II. I,. Mills, 1MI N. Y. live. n. w.
I., II. 1'atlerion. (iiO Mass. ave. n. w.
A. N. Meeker, Itll t. . e.
W. II, Wotnersley, 17-J1 It st, n, w.
I.. I'. Hunt. 1.110 N st. n, w.
.) W. Ilnrba, wa 11 t, n. w.
Hy order of the Kxeeullvii Committee,
nimi-iiw .1. W. IIAIISHA, Seeretnry.
814 Sovontli Street.
GREAT CLOSING SALE
UlllM, liOIIIH'lH, I'lOHClM.
'I'lpH, lllllll'N. ItlllhOllS,
liiircH, MIIKh, Vet vols,
Hun I'nibri'IIiiM, I'ni'iiHolM,
ItTHcyM, 1llovi'H, Oor.setH.
t3eri)OS,'T I'AII.TO A1THND.
Black Dross Goods, Ernbroidor.es,
Lacos and Trimmings.
710 MAuKET BPAOE, WABHINOTON, D. O.
SUN UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
Full Stock of Bun Umbrellas and Parasols.
WILLIAM R. RILEY,
UUpy IliillilliiK, Cur. Olh uiul I'. NIi.ii.it
Ladles' Tailor and Habitmakor,
730 Seventeenth St. N.;W.
J. VANCE LEWIS,
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
I.o Droit HiilIdlnB, i:iKblb und J' sts.
Largo and Small Quantities. Strictly on
Commission. Trlvate Wires. Constant Quo
tations. Ofllco open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. ra.
TOWERS & GREEN,
Bankers and Insurance,
1133 V STHUI.T Jf. W.,
Washington, D. C.
Traiisnct a Cienerul Ilanklne; lluslncss.
lleposlts .Subject to Check.
Special attention given to Departmental
and other Collections, lluy und sell United
istntcs Dontls and All District Securities. Wo
B1IA1TS AND CIltCULAll LETTEltS OP
CIIED1T ON EUHOl'E AND THE EAST.
B. K. PLAIN & CO.,
Grain, Provisions, Petroleum
ST. CI.OUl) 1IUII,1)IN, 0T1I & 1' STS',
Waslilngton, D. C.
City references National Dank of tho Ito
Chicago Correspondents MILMIND, HOD
JIAN .V. CO.
Constant quotations of tho Chicago and
Now York 3lurkcts from direct prlvnto wires.
F. 11. 1.ILLEV.
T. A. KENDIO.
P. B. LILLEY & CO.,
ItANKHltS AND llltOICintS.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions and
11ST 1' BTIIEET N. W., WASIIINOTON, 1). C.
llrnnch Offlco No, South Holllday street,
DIAGONAL CHEVIOT SUITS
.11 Wool, $8.50.
New, Stylish and Good.
E. B. BARNUM & CO.,
Il.'ll I'l'imn. Avi'iiuc.
National Mclropolilan Fire Ids. Co.,
010 l'a. Aid, N. AV., Wiislilnirton, I). O.
cash GAi'iT.vr., $100,000.
EDWAltl) .CLAI1IC, 1'roi.
SAMUEL C110SS, Sco'y. aull-tt
Tho llrst thing after getting hack
from your vacation you wuntto lit
yourself out from head to foot with
nlcu garments. Now call ut
1914 and 1916 Ponna. Avonuo.
and you will Und that without any
trouble nnd worry your wants can bo
Hoots nnd shoos of tho latest stylo
nnd brand f now slock.
Ejerythlng In llio way of gentlo
men's f mulshing goods at
cr. -W. snuXiB-sT'S,
1011 AND 1011 l'ENN. AVE.
Drew's New Drug Store,
NINTH BT. AND VENN. AVE.
VST Open all night.
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Sixth street and l"cnnvlvnnla avonuo.
I.. WtmiilllJltY. Prnprlotor.
1323 P Btrett IT. W , 0pp. tho Ebbltt,
VASIlINOTON, I). C.
(ThoClnienilon, Cnrntoga Sprlgs, N. Y.)
(!. I.Osi:KAI, Proprietor.
TT "T "O A -T J -T
-ltl,. jl-. ccaujc-eru, n
1111 Penn. Ave.,
Spring and Summer
Overcoatings & Trouserings
Of my own Importation, now received . Gentlo
men, plcnso call, Inspect nnd loavo your or
ders at tbo Lending Tnllorlnn Establishment
of Washington. Host Ooods. Host Trim
mint's. None hut llrst-clnsa workmen em
ployed at 1111 Pennsylvania Avonuo.
sr3. J-J. JHA.IR.Jrt.,
Importer and Tailor.
wA.A-.N -v ma" vw
PEA0EI PEA0EI PEA.0EI
WILSON'S CKLEIIIIATEI) WI1ISICY,
DtlH'Y JIAI.T W1IIHKY,
HOYAL C1IEAJI AND CAI1INET WHISKY,
Cor. Third und A sis. . o.
BROWNING & MIDDLET0N,
Wholcsalo and ltctall Doalora In
Groceries, Pino Wines, &c.
Agents for WHIlNKll'S
A I'uro American Wlno. All the best Foreign
Coidlals and Hitters. Wo nro also Agents lor
tho celebrated CI.YSMIO WATEII. and (lal
vln bhntcr'a WILD CHEUItY HOCK AND
California Universal Insect Exterminator.
llnnnlcss to Muu nnd Domestic Animals.
n. tv. iitiitt:Hi:i,r
na V Htreot.
llAltllOUlt A: 1IA3III.TON,
JTour, tVIno and 'Clrocery Tereliauts
Oil to 010 l'cnnn. Avonuo.
BOOTS AIM SHOES.
One-Price Shoe Store.
A. L. HAZELT0N, SH
Via .Sevenlb Slrect,
Under Odd. fellows' Hall.
E. O. Hurt's 1'lno fchoes for I.adles a specialty.
TTON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Third st. and l'enn. nvo. s. o.
I1EST bODA WATEIt IN THE CITY.
For Ocncrallnp; Steam.
For Cooking 1'iirpos.cs.
For lleallne; by furnnco.
For heating by Latrobo.
For Open Orates.
It Is Easily Ignited.
It Makes a Quick, Hot Fire.
It Does Not Hum Out tho drato.
It Is Economical.
It Will 1'ay to Try It.
FOH SALE HY THE
Washington Gaslight Com'y.
10 bushels, Crushed S 70
S3 lliisbels, Crushed SM
10 bushels, Not Crushed :! is)
U3 Hushcls, Not Crushed UUO
tVI'ellvercd to Any l'art of Washington
GEO. A. ARMES,
Roal Estate Broker. Claim Agont
and Notniy Public,
NO, 13117 F ST. N. W., WASIUNOTON, D. 0.
Opposlto Ebbltt House.
For Hale l'rnpcrty In every Stato nnd Ter
ritory In tho Union; also elegant rosldeiiooi
and vnlvnblo property at, bargains; select
building sites overlooking tbo city.
If parties having property for suloorrait
wllllenvo list nt oilleo tho sumo special la
dueements will bo given.
llefercneei Hrlg. und llvt. Mill, flen. W. II,
lln.en, chief Signal Olllcer, 1'. H. A.; Sheila
burger Wilson, attorneys; Whontloy IIiol,
lumber dealers. IrJMm
9000 Hftfl VOAl.
W1U11VE8 ANUUAILnOAD YAltD
I'iili nml W.iter Bis, H. W.
1HIANOU YARDS AND Ot'I'IOKJ,
(Cuiinfctcd by Telephone.)
1202 1' stieet uoilUwrst,
1MB Sovontli street northwest.
17-1(1 I'ennsylvnnla are. northwest,
lll'i Ninth street northwest.
Uornnr !ld ami K streHts northwest.
!i'Jl IViiiisylvaulaavo. soulhwo
CT A S. H- HVCoGIXilL
DEALKlt IX I1UII.D1SO Bl'I'PLIEl,
Wi to 011 (1 street uoilhweit, next National
Architectural Iron Work, Cement, Plaster,
Fhollrick, Flro Clay, Wall Slato, l'aluts, Oils.
Ulats. elc. j5
C -A. XUE BT IIST GS-S-GEO.
Ilns In stock a full lino of ('urpothifn, all
grades oilcloths. Cocoa and Straw .Mattings.
Also lutest stjles In Well Paper, Window
blindes nnd Curtain floods. Wlro Window
and Door Screens.
420 NINTH BTIIEET NUI.T11Y?EBT.