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r TIIK WASHINGTON CRITIC, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER A, 1885. I ;'ti U ' i rr to t IV r tv WASHINGTON OltlTIO JSMIthed Dally, Sundays Kjeetpttil BT Tho EvcnlngCrittc Publishing Company HAt.i.r.T kii.iuuiun, President, "IV. SCOTT TOtVIJUM, Treasurer. Jt. II. HVI,Vi:.STi:it, Seurotnry. Office, 3STO. O'tl D Sttcaoti 1'OST llCII.IIINII, : WASHINGTON, 1). (J. Tho Critic Tolophouo Call 19 111-2. TintMSi KInglcCopy .3 tVnti lly Carrier , 'JV'Sl lljr Mull, postage paid. I'.no year. Sl.fsi llvJlnll,Hitngo paid, six months..... . 2,50 . (Vnti Wall Subscription luvnrlnlily In uiivunco Address Till: WASHINGTON (JllITIO, Washington, t), O. IIHIIIAIIH II. NYl.VIMTini, . - IMIIur. WASHINGTON, 1). C, SKl'T. I, Wi. thi: Wyoming jiassacui:. Tho ninssncre or Chinese In Western "Wyoming Is to be greatly ileplorcd. It Is very tinfnrtunntu thnt the htw In nny inrt of tills great land If not sulllcloitt 1o protect foreigners ns well as natives, mid especially iinfortiinnto when the assaulted foreigners come from n coun try llko China, which Inn always been most friendly to the L'nlted States. There Is something radically wrong when n band of men ran arm them selves and indiscrlnilimtely shoot and liurn people whom we have admltteil to our shores. That the murderers wore probably themselves foreigners liy no means lessens our responsibility In the matter, and wo would be sur prised If the Stale Department did not liear something about the outrage from tho Chinese Government. The alTalr was, of course, tho out growth of thnt movement started In California, the slogan of which Is that "the Chinese must go." And tnciii licrs of Congress tiro in nn almost direct manner responsible for the wholesale slaughter which has just taken place. Their reckless and threat ening speeches made In the Capitol against the Chinese hnve tended to foster In the minds of the prejudiced "West nn Idea thnt anything can bo done to a Chinaman with impunity. Neither Is that Idea wholly confined to tho "West, for last night in the city of "Washington a gang of roughs entered the laundry of a Chinaman and as saulted its owner and his employes, and we are told that "no arrests were Hindi'." It is evident in a hundred ways, that the Chinese question is by no menus settled. Our leglslntion on the subject Is not sntisfnetory, and the only way to thor oughly adjust matters Is to either mako the Inw restricting Chinese immigra tion absolutely prohibitory or open our yiorts to nil who may desire to como licrc from tho celestial empire. There Is no halfway method of adjusting this matter. As long as the question is agitated and the most abusive criticism of the Chinese is mndo from tho ros trum nml in tho press, just so long will there be outrages ngainst that race. Tho people of the l'ncllle slope, espe cially of California, would doubtless lmil with delight nn nbsolulely pro hibitory law directed ngainst tho Chinese, but they may wnnt too much, licsldcs some of the most eminent law yers In tho country hold thnt should our present restrictive law get beforo the Supremo Court on its merits that court will decide that it Is unconstitu tional. koskciians in oiiio. Tho Democrats out in Ohio are nnxlous to secure tho services of Gen eral Ilosccrnns, Keglstcr of tho Treas ury, in the pending campaign In thnt State, but It is doubtful whether ho will find time to comply with their re quest, und under no circumstances ivould lie neglect the duties of his position, in tho slightest degreo, even though the re-election of Governor Hoadly de pended ou it. Having tho leisure in his hands, Jiowcvcr, there would be no impro priety in his extending to his old fellow-citizens and fellow-Democrats of thclluckeyo State, whatever help ho could, even to tho extent of a personal visitation. Tho precedents for such a course on the part of public ofllcinls arc numerous, though not always com mendable; but In the case of General Ilosccrnns and In view of the peculiar nhnpo which the Ohio canvas Is tak ing, there would seem to bo more than tho usual justification for his taking part in It. It is because of tho attempt of Mr. S.uminn nml Judge Fqrnkcr to revivo old sectional animosities and to array the veterans of the war In lino of battle onco more against tho South Hint tho presence of men llko General Itosecrans Is needed to counteract tho dangerous and baneful tactics of tho Republican lenders. He is himself a veteran of liigli rank nnd honorablo record. No body can question his loyalty as n pa triot or his concern ns a citizen In keep ing Intact those fraternal relations be tween North and South which it cost 80 much blood nnd money to re-establish. Nobody will question that his inlluciico in Ohio would be on tho right flldo nnd Salutary to tho best interests of the country. It might not elect Hoadly, hut it would afford additional evidence, if any bo needed, that In theso last throes of n great national con flict tho heart of the Administration bents to tho music of tho Union, FosTMASTiut Yi:a'.kv of lialtlmoro is r. civil-service reformer nfter Mr. Hlg gins' own heart, Ho reduced Mr. Johnson, the superintendent of tho stump department of his olllco, to tho position of nssistnut, nnd Mr. Johnson resigned, protesting ngainst such treat ment nfter sixteen years of clllclent service. Mr. Ycnzoy says that It is true Hint Mr. Johnson has been In tho servlco sixteen years, and has boon n faithful nnd clllclent clerk, but it is also truo that during tiioso sixteen years lio lins persistently endeavored to pre vent tho election of n Democratic Pres ident, At Inst ho lins failed, nnd tho people linvo determined thnt for four vcars nt least there shall bo u Demo cratic administration. As far ns he Is able Mr. Veaey snys ho Intends toglve Ukjii whnt they want. He will replace every mnii In his olllco whoso appoint ment docs not come under tlni civil service rules by an honest and clllclent Democrat. -- Seven weeks ago the Grant monu ment roninilltcp roinniciiced tho work of raising i? 1, 00O,(Kl() to elect n memo rial to General Grant in Itiversidu 1'nrk. They have succeeded In secur ing but $100,00(1. This does not speak very well for New York city ; but there are two good reasons why more money has not been procured. Tho committee Is so large that Its members have not that individual responsibility that Induces to hearty work. Again, the people who have money to spare arc either in tho mountains or at the seashore. It is probable thnt tho me tiopolls In it few months will begin to do belter work toward erecting a mon ument over the grave of tin' mail, the Interment of whose remains within her limits she wns so anxious lo proctlio; nl nny rnte let us hope so, Tin: Potomac iieoaita to bo held next week promises In lie u thoroughly enjoyable and creditable event. The local clubs have made their arrange ments wisely, selected their crews Ju diciously and have done all Hint Is pv slide to Insure close nnd exciting con tests, good sport and good feeling. Our citizens lime always manifested a great Interest In these fair and friendly con tests between young men well known In the community, mid have every reason to glvo next week's regatta their most cordial and hearty endorsement. It is not only a scarcity of one and two-dollar notes tho people complain of, but of small change generally. Tho Treasury may be justified in the expe riment it is making to force silver into circulation, but for the time being tho general public Is greatly inconvenienced by It. If tho object Is to disgust the people with the "daddy dollars" tho experiment wns hardly worth trying, ns nil experience show.s thnt bills mid ccrtlllcntes nro to bo preferred in trade. Tin: story comes from Port Snelllng thnt the members of the Pintle rlllo tenm nro continuing their wonderful scores during the practice shooting there, preliminary to the contest which begins to-morrow for places on tho tenm of tho Division of the Missouri. - Lieutenant "Wissman hns mndo n rcpoiton the river ICnssall, about which and tho Congo country such n boom of prospective wealth was started n couple of years ago. Lieutenant Wlssinnu's report can bo brlelly epitomized. IIo says there Is no such river. l'MNci: Henry of Ilattenbcrg who re cently married Queen Victoria's daugh ter, lias been made a commandant in tho llrilish Navy. As ho was reared a soldier wo suppose that he will be as signed to Hie Horse Marines. Secretary Manning says that tho Administration does not proposo to meddle in New York or any oilier Slate polities. Kvidenccs of the level hendness of this Administration nro ac cumulating daily. Tho New York HeraUlot this morn ing says that all reports regarding n change in tho proprietorship of that paper arji "as falso as they arc ab surd." Death olIl-i-SonutoiM.-win. Kx-Sunnlor William M. Owlu of Califor nia, who was widely known as "Duke" (Iwln, died at tho New York Hotel, In New York, jestcrdny, after n short Intestinal Ill ness, lie went to Now York several weeks ago fiom Washington, whero ho had been sojourning for several mouths, and, after n short stay at West Point, whero ho was attacked with dysentery, ho went to Now York and placed lilinsclf under tho caro of Dr. Isaac K. Taj lor, an old personal friend. Ills remains wero embalmed and will lio sent to lils homo in San Francisco to-day. Ho caves n widow, onosou and one married and one unmarried daughter. Mr. (iwln was a character of liMmlcnl Interest. Ho wns horn In Sumner County, Telia., October !), ISO."), and was educated for tho medical piofcsslon, graduating with tho dcKrcu of II. I)., from the Transylvania University, Kentucky, In March, 182:). ills father, tho ltev. .1111111 (twin, was a per sonal friend ot General Andrew .lacksou nnd hla chaplain nt New Orleans, nnd through his father's inlluciico Mr, (iwln be gan tils public eaiccrns General Jackson's private secretary. In INK! Mr, (iwln was appointed by fiencral .lacksou Marshal for the Southern (Ustrlct of Mississippi, uud re signing that olllco in IS tl ho was elected Congressman at Largo from .Mississippi. Ho served but 0110 term ns Congressman, and removing lo Now Orleans in 1815 he was ap pointed by President Polk to superintend tho election thereof a new Custom liouso nnd other now Federal buildings, L'pon icslpilng this olllco nnd going to California. Mr, Gwlii was elected to tho United States Scnato for two terms, retiring In lsili, Ho wns elected 11 ilelvgato to thu convention to frninoa State constitution for California. In the Senate ho was n colleague of Colonel I'lClllOIlt. During Senator flwln's terms In tho Sen ate hn was chairman of tho Committee mi l'ncllle Hallmnds nnd a member of tho Com mlttio on Finnnco and of tlio Committee, on l'oslroads and Postolllccs. In lsill his secession sentiments wero so pronounced and open that Secretary of State William II. Scwaid caused him to he arrested and confined until iron, Released in 1SH.1, Sen ntor (iwln organized a colonization scliemo In Sun Francisco for tho purposo of taking up laud In Sounrn, Mexico, and having col lected qulto a number of sympathizers with tho Confederacy started for tho promised hind. There Senator (Iwln by bis eminent abilities attracted tho attention ot Pilnco Maximilian, who conferred 011 him tho title of Duko of Sonora, by which ho has been popularly known ever shico. Hut the colo nization schemo did not piosper, ami JIuvl inlllnn being dead tho newly created duke returned to Sun Francisco in 1W17. E? After that tltno ho never held public odlee, but wns well known among all Dem ocratic politicians. For n business, ho en tend lamely into mining, nnd bocamotho owner of tho famous (iwln gold 111I110, In Calaveras County, which is now managed by his eon, William M. (iwln, Jr. CHESTNUTS. 'll.o chestnuts brown nro falling down ,r.W1,'('r..1!""rl 'h'h ctiiks U deeply given; Tl.ti light Is clear, tho sky seems near , Wlieiu fur-off purplo WIN nro seen; Vt 11(1 hedge (lowers inuko shady bowers. Minding tho warm sun's amber light; A llcecyvcll, tninspiircut pale, Jlilts nway In tho blue so brlijht. Tho Ivy's shade Is softly laid On the olil wall whero lichens grow, Wl.eio soaring swallows' nosts nro mndo III chestnut branches bending low. Dreaming I llolicnoath thoky I.Mcnlng to tin; linnet's lime, While soft, while clouds nboo mo lly. And bees on Ihlatlos soltly croon. J.lko llobln Hood, In leafy wood, 1 am solo monarch hero tn day, l'or Nature's subjects, kind nnd good. No harsh, rebellious sound display. Sly monarch's crown, thochoitnuts brown That lightly fall upon my head, Tho ilewdrops here, on roses near, Are nil tho tears my subjects shed, - Mrs. Henry 0, Itogcra In tho Current, ri:orii: in (h:ni:iiai.. Tims is Tin: Inst day of registration In l'ciiiisjlvnula for the coming Stale election. MisCl.r.vi:i,AMi has coiiscntjd to havo her picture hi tho stilncriptluu edition of her hook. Mils. Fuamt.s I.. M,icn, tho poetess, Is 111 nt her homo III llaugor of complete physi cal prostration. Tin: i.r.TTr.11 t'Alitiltms at Saratoga during August collected nnd distributed '),IT2 plecis of mall matter. Coi.omu. C'llAiii.m C. I.OMI, of F.gypthm nimy notoriety, Is registered nt Mnlthows' Hotel In Chliicotcaguc, Vn. Dlt. (11:011111: II. l.oulNO, president ot tho New Ihigland Agricultural Society, Is Iho guest of Hon. .1. 1. llass ot llnngor. Mas. llr.Miv (frv Cuii.trrox, formerly Miss Helen Hublmrd ot New Yolk, Is dangerously III nt Stockbrldgc, Mass. Mns. DAlll.our.N-, the widow ot Admiral Dahlgien, has written 11 new novel, which is to appear In the Hrookljn Miifinrlm: Tin: St'rncMi: Coiuit of llrltMi Columbia Is the only place In America where the Judges anil lawjers wear wigs and gowns as they do in the courts of (I rent Ilrltalu, Sr.NAlou Ptnilof Alabnmawns registered nt the (illse.v House, New York, yesterday nml Senator F.dinunds nt the Murray Hilt hotel. Kx-Si:ciir.T.MiV CilAMii.nn's present Ill ness Is not considered scrlous,nllhoiigh bo Is compelled for the time to refrain entirety from business. llr.v. SAMl'r.i, W. Duncan, tho now presi dent of Ynssnr College, Is a baptist clergy man, n gradur.to ot llron 11 nnd possessed ot n largo foituue. llr.v, K. K. Ham: snjs that "good clam chowder Is probably tho form of nourish ment which most ipilckly and easily conies to the icstorallou or icfrestuucut of the brain of man." Hoston possesses not only 0110 of the swiftest of speakers the ltev. Dr. brooks, who utters Sill words per minute but nlso, 0110 of the slowest Iho ltev. Dr. Ilarlol, whoso nvcrnge Is sixty words per minute. Nnws has been received nt Warrcnton, Vn., by fi lends of Colonel John S, Mosby, Into Consul nt Hong Kong, China, that ho lins opened n law olllco In San Francisco, Cnl., nnd will make his permanent homo 011 Iho l'ncllle Coast. Tin: sr.VTCi: of Daniel Webster, pre sented to New Hampshire by I). P. Cheney of Boston and located hi Concord, Is to bo dedicated Juno 17, 18M), and President llnrtlcttof Dartmouth College has been In llcd to mako t lio address. F.iiwix Mr.nr.mTU, who died nt Long branch ou Wednesday In l'hll Daly's gam bling establishment, known ns the l'enu Chili, whci 0 he hnd been employed ns pri vate secretary, wns formerly 11 Philadelphia merchant uf wealth and high social stand ing. Stanley AnucAxus, the Congo explorer, snys that when you enn't othcnvlso get round nn African potcntnto you can scare him out of his boots with a ghot 6tory. Mr. II. F. Ilultler seems to havo somo idea ot this sort of warfare hi his mnusliig proposal to sue tho President. New York World. Mil. John IIi-ssci.i. Youxo, Into Minister to China, on his return from llnrtford spent Wednesday evening with Mrs. Chant nud family at the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Mr. Young said he found .Mis, (Irant very well, very much composed nnd bearing up with coinage under her great sorrow. IN, V. Herald. Mn. limit Maxwell, a brother ot Mrs. Commodore Upshcr, nud son of Hon. V. Maxwell, who wns Collector of tho Port ot New 'York under President Taylor, has lately, through tho death of his cousin, Sir William Wcllwood, of Wellwood, Scotland, succeeded to thefainllytltloof F.arlof Nlths dale. Unfoi Innately for Mr. Maxwell, the title carries no estates with It, ns they wero coullscnted In 1712. Mr. Maxwell is spend ing the summer near Morrlstown, N. J. Many a boy has bo com pletely riddled his summer suit that new clothes are a necessity if he i's to be pre sentable at school next week. It seems too early to put on winter clothes, and yet can you afford to buy your boy a light-weight suit to wear the few remaining weeks of mild weather ? Yes, you can af ford it in this way: We have selected from our Spring Stock all the small lots of medium-weight suits, and have put them together on Bargain counters marked at a fraction of their cost. Among them is almost sure to be something to fit your boy, and it will be economy to buy the suit for next spring if ho does not wear it once this fall Our New MM is also ready for whoever prefers the heavier clothing. All other articles worn by the male sox are likewise accessible. B. BOBISOI & CO., 909 Penna. Ave. SPECIAL MOTIOES. MnTiui'caVii 'aniVwoo'iV ono ot tho Inrgnsl and most rospnnslblo ibnlers III tbiiclty hns entered Into contract with Hie mx.'iilut.i: coiii'iniATivi: so cii;ty (ii'Titi: iumthictoi' coh'miha to fiirnlh members of tho society with Coat nn I Wood from tho present to April 3D, IHl, upon leiin" the most fiuorablo ever heretofore ob tained liv tho cietcty. nnd nt prices much jowerthnii enn bo ohtnlncd from nny other source. livery member should secure the ad A milages offered. .Members must bo III po session of tlio Trndo Card for thoeiirrent jear (bchhI until April no, isssi). Thoo who Intra not already clvcn their orders fur coal nro limed to do so promptly, us all outers must be 111 by September t.V Orders can bo irlvcii to lliu follimlnu tunned member", who will liho nil needed Information, and who can also fiirnl'li Trndo Curds, eto. Persons who nro not members of tho society enn becoina such w Ithoiit ceremony and at llttlo eostliy culling iipimiiiiyof thoo named below, und tlmo lining so before September 1.1 will lio entitle 1 In tbo special ndvnntaces of our coal con tiaet. as well of tho elshty-oitd contracts with trndctincn In nil branches of business: Joseph Jt. WlPon, HUH JId. live. II, W. A. T. l.oiiKley, MKI A st. 11. 0. K. C. FiOM'Ctt, .IS I) st.s, c. J. t:. Mi-Cube, WUdst.n.o. J. Jl. Ainlnn, win Columbia st. W. A. Wllborn. ir,ll I'lereo I'lnco. Thoinns I. (Inrdncr, Ml 13th st. n, w. II. H. IlrlnlterliolT. lton (J st. 11. w. I.. Vnnderboef. TM llth st, 11. W. 15. I.. .Mills. 1 UN N. V. uvo. 11. w. 1.. II. I'atlerson. Bin J!us. nvo. 11, w. A.N. Jlockcr.MS till st. s. e. W. It. Womersley, Vl-.il II st. It. W. 1 I'. Hunt. 131(1 H st. 11. w, .1. W. Ilnrslin, (0.111 st. n. w. lit-order of the Kxecutlvo Committee. nu.lt'.'w J. W. IIAIWIIA, Sccrctnry. J5W.1', WAI.I.ACII, Hns removed lo bis new store, No. l.'IOI !' KTIIIiRT NOUTHWnsT, Whero bo will bo pleifcd to see his friends nml tho public Kiucrnlly. nu'JI EST' rmsi'APKitibPiiiNTi:!) With tbo SlTHIIIOlt COPI'Iin-MIXUIl mijtai. type on tho LAlIOIt-SAVIXd hyhtkji OF INTIIU) ciianoi:aiii,k typi: homes. Mnnnfncturcd by JOHN G. MENdEI, & CO., TYPIiFOUNDCIIS. ELKCTIIOTYPUHSJ, EN llltAYEHS And dealers In PIIINTEIIS' SUPPLIES, .1011 AND OYI.IN llEll I'ltESSES AND MACHINEHY. S-end for Estimates. :il CIEltJtAN STI1EET, nnSi Ct lialtlmoro. rjMI.iniri' WEIOIIT DEHIIY HATS, l'or tho early Tnll Trade, S'i.m, S3, 81 and So. FALL STYLE SILK HATS Now Heady. Special Attention Invited to Our S.1.00DKESS HATS. I). N. STINEJIETZ & SON, nul8 1317 l'cima. Avcnuo. jgwFOH DIAllItlKEA, C1I0LE11A INFANTUM, CHOLERA MOItnUS, CHAMPS IN STOMACH Uso CEIITAIN CHOLEUA CUHE, A. IHtOWN, 1'. O. lloxd. Nothing llko It. JyJl J3jgEC0N0MY AND SAFETY. For Vapor Stovos uso only DANFOUTH'S FLUID. For tho Host Stovo buy tho DANl'OItTH. DANFOltTII FLUID CO., Jy21 703 Ninth st. 11. w. Vpp.THE CELUUATKD "HESPEIt" Ilrnnd, PATENT MINNESOTA FLOUH. For sale only by II. Q. KEYWOUTII, 1520 Seventh St., Solo Proprietor. - WASHINGTON SAFE DEPOSIT CO., 01(1 I'cnnn. Avo. Northwest. Tho Company will rent small prlvato safes In Its now FUtE ANT) HUISGLAIM'IIOOF VAULTS from SB toSlOO, nccordhiB to size. Silver Plato nnd articles of vuluomayba stoied nud Insured for nny length of tlmont very reasonable charges, Jo3-3m EST EITA Ilt'NTON JEFF CIIANDLEH of Jllssourl. or Virginia. 11UNTON & CHANDLElt, Attoriioys-nt-Law, Will practlco In tho Supreme Court of tho United Stntci, tho Court of Claims, tho courts of tbo District of Columbia, beforo tho Com mittees of Comrress and tho Departments. Olllccs Nos, 117, 38 und W Coreorim llulld Iiib. Jc-B-tf U-rwTHE HEST MEALS IN THE CITY 2 only an cents. Excellent lunch 1(1 nnd IB cts. THE QA1IFIF.I.I) DINING-HOOJIS, 1108 1' St. 11. w. Itnoms for rent. Strictly tempcrnnco. Jeai-tf W.T. CUUJIP. Proprietor. jrraHOTEL DUISOUIS, 1728 Pcnnn. Avo. N. W. HESTAUItANT A LA CAltTE. Summer board lly tho week, S'; by tho month, gua. inylsim aA OAltl). To nil who nro suffering from tho errors nnd Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, tnrly decay, loss of manhood, .to.. I will sond n reclpotliutwIUcuroyoiiFllEEOl'' CHARGE. Thl (Trent remedy wns discovered by 11 mis sionary In South America. Send it solf-ad-dressed envelope to tho Roy. Jos. T. Iuin.in. Million 1), Now York City. IwlMMG. 1JIIIISTCLASS HOARD AND ACCOJt.MO : dntlonsut Inwood, West Fulls Cliuieh, Vn., 0110 inllo from station; telcirrniili; rates remoniiblo. Address Mrs, E, Jt, KOON'. iur.li-ct FOR RENTROOMS. Atlrotlmiuiitfof Time Linn under thU Ami iiipg tttl thrtc that for 1M cent. IJioit HUNT FIIONT ROOM, SUITAIILE .1 for oilleis nnd -' front lurnlshcd rooms! for Bcntleineii only, all l'n nyo n w. soj-:it IOR HENT-li rNlT'ltNISHED HOOMS ? for Sllll no children: for light housokeoii liur. ll'.':iSst 11 w. soa ill "lOR ltr.NT-TWO A'lTIO KOOJIS (UN .1: furnlvhed); no children; cheap rent. Ap ply nt IGlCtt n w, at lloor. so'.'-llt 70H HENT-B FURNISHED HOOJIM FRO.M SO to S15 iicr innntli, with or without board, Apply nt 113 (' st 11 e, ROS-ilt 1OR IIENT-I'LHNISIIED lt()OM Pitt ' vnto family. 1317 loth st 11 w. sol-3t 17011 RENT-13 It) Q ST N W, ONE LAKOI! ? Hunt room, facing south; hny-wludow; lientleinen preferred: with heut nnd gas; jirlco SIS: lefeicncosreiiulred of stranger, sols'lt F OH KKNT LWUUNISIIKI) HOOMS FOIt liouyt'koopliig. at llsfJ 1-th st n w. nol-at FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. lOR 8ALE-TIIE FURNITURE OF TWO 1; nicely furnished rooms; complete for housekeeping, Cull at ill) I st u 0, "d lloor. bUS'dlT 1JIOU SALE-COJIPLETE OUTFIT OF A .1? grocery and provision storo. 1141 Hstn W; scJ.-3t IjlOll KAl.E-A FIRST-CLASS SEWING .1' inai'lilno, nearly now, with drop leaf and 3 ilrnwtrs; nil iittuchinents;only S15; cost jM), liwiut hhtll w. sol-3t IfOU SALE- A 12-uorso rower Englno and boiler 3"20'f Apply at CrltloOlnca. FOR SALE HOUSES. 7?0It SALE-IIHICK HOUSE No 1008 DTII X' pt n w, (I rooms and basement! range, bijrobcs, cto.i luilshod In hard wood; nrlco SJ.ino; small cash payments. A Lloyd, nil) 4HUtuw. jy8 PERSONAL AiirNTLKJiAjiras 'YF..iTs in mik, who'o lonstnntly Increasing buslnoss ro riulrcs nld of partner, would llko noqunlnt nnec nt lady, snmo ngo or lo, with somo cnpltnli tnnttliiiMiy In fnliiro In ngroonblo; rof eriiiies. J. Andrews, Critic oflleo. so!3t AN EXPERIENCED PROFESSOR WILL glvo Instructions to boys nt their own hemes In tnnthemntlcs nnd bookkeeplmr; highest leferenccs. Address Prof. II -nry. Crlllo office. sol-31 TyiAWING AND PAINTING-IN OltDEIt .1 tn show liow mueti morn can lio accom plished wMth tho lies! Instruction nnd syto mnlle training than In Ilia ordinary way of stuiljlngnrt, n class will lio formed bninodl ntely liiilmwIiiKmid pnlntlng nt nliout ono tblrd tho usual price. Parents, mldillo-niwd pitsoimnnd even tliin who suppose that they havo no tnsto or tulcnt for drawing nnd painting nro Invited to mako tho trial. For particulars apply nt tho NATIONAL ACAD EMY UF FINE ARTS, cor, New York KVO.nnd 1Mb si Receptions freo Wednesday evening nt H o'clock. sol-3t CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION. 3t7U3 tlonsnnd answers on nil subjects. Send TEN cents. Ivy Institute, 800 K sts n w. scl-lm A GREAT DISCOVERY NICHOLS' VEOETAI1I.E HAIR LOTION. Itcmovosdnndrull; nllnys Itching! euros fo vers, teiidcrncM, soreness nnd nil scalp ills caes; slops tlio hair from falling out! pro motes tbo growth of tlio hair; iHo. n boltlo. For lalo nt Imtliroom V. S. Pnlcnt Offleo nnd nt Inborutory, (-' II st. n, c, Wushlngton, D. C. se;i-3t "lrANTED-AI.L TO KNOW THAT lilt. Taylor, la I F strcot, near Tenth, makes beautiful sets of nrtlllclal teeth for 8.V. guar niitccd to glvo full satisfaction; oxtrnctlmr with gas, chloroform or local anol holies, no cents! without, SJ cents; tilling nt very low pilcc". null If I- I.OYD'S 2.1C WASHINGTON EXPRESS; .1 J baggage dellvcreil to nil parts of tho city, railroads, steamboats, etc.; furnttiiru care fully removed! sowing mnclilncs, typo-wrltcrs, etc., handled wltli care; trunks taken tunny pint of tho honso without extra charge; per sons returning to tho city can loavti their checks nt cither olllco. Telciiliono No. DI'J-I. Olllccs, left! F st n w nnd IHI l'n nvo n w. aii'.ll-lm JOIINO. HAWI.EY, Proprietor. A Ifilf. Ill-'I'l-llt. To tutrciltleo them, wo will GIVE AWAY 1,000 Self-Operating Washing Jluclilncs. If you wnnt ono send us your name. P.O. and express ollleo nt once, mo u auonai uo,. zj uay i, a, i, ILL THE TWO OENTLEMEN WHO rodo In n hcrdlo with n gentleman who got In nt tho United States Hotel nliout 11:30 p. m., a7tli of July, 1885, who complained of carelessness of drivers nnd wns Injured, call No. liiM I'lcrcn Phico; tho party Injured lert tho lierdlo nt 1st nnd East Capitol si. nullllit IXCEI.SIOlt CLOCK HEPAIIIINO DEPOT, Ji No. (1.18 l'n nvo cast: nil orders promptly nttended to; nil kinds of clocks for salo ou monthly or weekly payments. nulO-am J. O. HATES. "I-VOKS IT SEEM 1'OSSIIILE TO GET A .1 J llrst-clns meal for 2,1 or lfio, wlien you could not buy tho crude materials In tho mar ket for SI? Well, sir. tho Forsyth Cafo, .118 10th st, docs servo OOP such meals ovcry day. The Caligraph TYYK-WRITINO DEPAUTJIENTs EXPERT OPERATORS; second-hand typo-wrltcrs for Kile; nil kind: telephono No. llS-U. "CALI GRAPH OFFICE," Ml F st. Jyil-tf 171 H. YOUNGS, BTEAJI OAItPET CLEAN . lug and renovating works; leathers ren ovated, mattresses mndo over, furniture steamed nnd moths destroyed. 1 122 1'a. nvo. Factory, corner 5th nnd K sts. 8. o. JolB JAJIES RUTHERFORD, DEALER IN FINE Fnmlly Groceries nnd Provisions! nlso Wines nnd Liquors, !)()( I) st. n. w. Spo claltymadoof Pure Aldcn Fruit Vinegar. -WRIGHT'S POND LILY TOILET WASH I for Hnth, Nursery nnd Mek-rooin: 1 cents; all druggists. ntiiij-.lt D It. LEON, THE OLDEST ESTA11LISHEI) nnd nnlv reliable Ladles' Phvslctan In tho city, can bo consulted dally, 101 o st bet. lJ nml Oth st. n. w. Prompt treatment. Corre spondence nnd consultations strictly cnnll deiitlnl. Scpurnto rooms for ladles. Ollieo nlwny open. jol "13ATTERSON STILL SERVES THOSE EX X ccllcnt meals for 15 cts. Call and try. Lo Droit Dining Rooms, 812 F Bt. n. w. myjfi JL. KERVAND, 1012 PENNA. AVE., EN- graver. Plato and GO visiting cards, 80 cents; no cards from sumo rlato,-15 cents; 100 cards printed from pinto, 76 cents. EDICINE FOR DOGS. All Diseases Cured. GEORGE VO0LDltID0E, ocl3 Cor. Hi st. and JUL avo. a. w. LADIES "COMPOUND PILLS OF TANSY" nro perfectly snfo nnd nlwnys effectual. Scaled nut Iculnrs 2o. Wilcox Speclllo Modi clno Company, Philadelphia, Pit. ADIES-PENNYROYAL PILLS ("CHI- Chester's English"), tho only genuine, salo certain and effectual. Scaled particulars Jo. Chichester Chemical Co,, 2313 Jliullson sq., Philadelphia. Pa. Jy'JJ REAL ESTATE. 4 USTIN P. HROWN. A REAL ESTATE AND LOANS, 112(1 V Street Northwest. HOUSES FOR SALE. Cor Mass avo and 1Mb st, 12 rs, mod Imps; largo attic; open llro-plaeo In each room; furiiuce. It water closets nnd passenger elevator. Terms cusv S18.0J0 New 3-story nnd basement home, situ iitcd on Iowa Circle; mod imps. Tcnnscusy , $10,500 Thrcc-story nnd basement liouso, 11 rs, on N st n w, bet 17th nnd lsth sts; mod Imps. Terms ensy $10,000 Lnrgo iloublo houo on Vt nvo, bet K und L sts; miMl Imps $33,000 New house corner lilggs nud 13th sts n w; building will bo ready for oc cupancy tu two weeks; moil Imps. Tcnnscusy. (10) SVJ.OOO Storo nnd dwelling cor Stliund Q sts n w. Tcnnscusy. (1U) $1,000 Two-story brick honso. No. 010 10th st n e, bet F und G sts; 7 rs and bath. Terms cusy. (13) S3.000 Two rrnmo houses nnd stnbloon Grnnt nvo n w, bet Uth unit loth sts; lot 15X1M. (0) $1,000 Two 3-story houses on Itlggs stnw; near 13th; nil moil Imps. Terms easy, (ill) Each $0,000 Lnrgo 3-story and English basement homo on (1 st, bet ltlth unit iMth n w. Terms easy S7.600 Three-story English bnsement homo, VI rs; mod Imps; lotilSxISO; 3 water closets and 3 bath-rooms; I st, bet 1Mb nnd 1'Jth. Will exchange for small housu S'iO.OOO Thrco-stnry and basement liouso with siniuo ou m st, nee lutu nun inn u Wi mod Imps. Terms easy $-,000 Now 3-story house, with bay-window, on I. st, bet lst unit SM u w; 10 rs; mod Imps. (30) 7,000 New 3-story house, with bay-window, on I. st, bet tint und tiAl n w; lo rs; lot HlxbS to nllcy. (3(1) $0,000 Largo iloublo houso ou L st, bet 1.1th nud llth sts u w; 13 rs; mod Imps, Tcnnscusy $13,000 Threo 3-story nnd hnsoment houses on 1' it n w, ncur cor Ibtli; mod Imps. Terms cusy $11,000 Two homes on II st n e, bet Oth nnd Ttlij mod Imps. (11H Each S3.300 Two houses ou P st n w, bet Cth nud 7th; mod Imps, (ill) il;M, $1,300 Lnrgo liouso and several thousand foot of ground on Kith st, near Scott Chtlo $P,3,000 Thrco-itory houso on JI st n w, bet Otli nnd loth sts, und stable; mod Imp. 0) $11,500 Thrcc-story houso on JI st n w, bet Otli und loth sts, nnd stable; mod Imp. (s) $13,500 Largo iloublo liouso on JIass nvo, bet K'thnud 13th sts; largo stable nud lnrgo sldo lot; liousu and sldotot embracing 11,000 foot of ground; mod Imps $70,000 Six 3-story houses, now building, on 13th, nenr T st u w; s rs, bath and cellar: so lect parking; lots 171uX 10; will bo ready for occupancy hi about two months $3,500 to $0,000 Flvo now press-brick houses, with liny windows, on :Mli st n w, cor I' st; houses contain dining-room, kitch en, conl room, iloublo parlor (full depth of house), library, thrco bed rooms nnd bath; largo closets, gas fixtures, mantels udd mirrors; lots lt)x7a tonlloy $5,500 to $7,000 Houso No. S15 1) st n w, bet Sd nud 3d sts; lot i.'lxU; H-story brick with Btnblo. (7) $0,000 House on 10th st, bet P nnd Q, 1,1 rs; mod Imps; will tako other prop city In part payment $13,000 Four houses on 131b st, bet (J and It; mod Imps $3,600 to 0,500 Vacant property hi ull tedious of the city and suburbs. AMUSEMENTS. V. HV.HVAUiH tllli HI. Opeiu-llollNC. One Miuar north nf I'enna. .Iiy, Tin: iNAiiGitiAi. of thi: 211 season. NEXT WEEK-SEI'T. 7-NF.XT week Tlio world-fumed Einotlonnl Actrots, 7I1NW uai'iiiikim: uot.r.itM, In thnt Rciillstlo mid Powerful Drama, Intio nml Hit' I'lit-Kc .IIitHlei. " To family circle, l(ie; parquet nnd or clicstnt chairs, Mo. No extra ehargo Inr re sett ed seats. Ilox-onico open H a. in, lo H p.m. A I.IIAUGII'.N Gland Oporu-llnii.o, Opening of (he Regular Drnmatlo Season, j.i-.iv ,ii' r,i-.i i i..iiiir,ib .. Every Etcnlng, Wednesday nnd Sutiirilay Jlnllneesnt '.'p. in.. THE PEERLESS .MELODRAMA, THE ROMANY RYE. I.E1INEN ,v, HATEMAN, Jtnnngers. A Powerful Cnstl MtijirrliHcciipryl lloiiutllul EITcctsI Thu Jtost Jlngninccnt Pro duction of tho Ago. Admission, 111, W) nnd 5 cts. Roscrved Scats 73c and $1. Snlo of seats now open. "A I IKADO IN NEW YORK-Prcss Notlcos. Orehriitwlng Vromtt Herald Xlamtlnti llami Only Times I'naltt la Sftiirt Sent at H World TuinenitO'iii Until for Itace Tribune tyieulaloi t tlMen Ilanctl Pott Mikado-Next Week-Ford's SEATS CAN NOW HE RESERVED. B 13111 MUMIULIt, Pcnn. Avo., near llth st. JIONDAY, AUGUST 31, And ovcry Afternoon nnd Night this Week, COLLARS AND CUFFS. In Three Acts, with Comlo Tnbleniis. A ItATTLING RACKET OF FUN, COMEDY AND .MUSIC. In Jluscum A Charming Novelty, tho Great Germnn lllornmitof tho Senon, Spring, Sum mer mid winter; 1,000 moving llgurut. Every body should sco It. Next week tho famous I, roii7n Ilrotliers nnd Wonderful Dogs, pOJtHJUi:. Summer Gordon. Finest Show of tho Benson. ANNIE KEATING'S COURT OF IIEAUTY. Twenty llnndsonio Ladles hi n Jlclnngo of Scnsutlon. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 11:30 p. in. Every Night nt 830 tlio Fun begins. Ailrtrllteineiilt of Three Unci untler IMt head Inttrtal three timet for 23 cenli. -VANTED-A WHITE GIRL WHO IS WIL- ling to mnko herself useful In n Binall family of three; no wnsblng or Ironing: n good homo to tlio right person. Apply nt 'Hi 10th st n '. S. C. Tnlbcrt. sol-3t YtfANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IT tn canvass for tbo Jlutuul Aid Socloty of lialtlmoro! sick mid deatli bcncllts paid nnd physician furnished. Room 28, St. Cloud building, Mb and I' sts. su'i-3t rANTED-HALFOROWN GIRL, WHITE l) or colored, to help In tho work of it small fnmlly; good homes small wagos. COS O st w. SKi-'lt rANTED-A YOUNG WRITE GIRL WHO 1 1 Is willing to mako herself usclul In n small fnmlly; u good homo guaranteed. Ap- ply nt 1011 llth st. nti'W.t T ANTED A SETTLED COLORED 1 woman to cook, wash and Iron; six In tho family! references. Apply nt 1VJ 1) st n w ntuis-tf WANTED HELP MALE. ' Ailterthementi of Three Lino vmler this head Imerted three timet for 23 ccntt. rANTF.I)-GOOD WOJIAN FOR oilS I ernt housework; must havo referencos. Call nt 12111113th stnw. so'l-31 -rANTED-WIIITEGIRL WHO IS WILL- ) lug tu mnko herself useful In it fnmlly of two; good home for tlio right person. Ap- ply nt lilggs Market, (I.O. Woodruff. so))-3t WANTED - STEADY AND RELIAHLE I I boy tu take caro of liorso and do gen crul houso mid store work; uNo good cook nnd wnsher. Apply nt 0 p. in. nt No. 2311 l'n. live n w. net-jit TrANTEP-A PERSON OF KXPERI- 1 1 ence, to cnponlzo chickens. Addrots, stilting price each, F. J. Gramllch, llyatts- vlllc. JId. Mil-It rANTED-A GOOD FARJI HAND, TO GO 10 miles In tho country; German pre ferred. Apply nt 213 10th st s w, bet U st and nnd Vn nvo. nu1l-.lt WANTED SITU I ATI0N S. Iifivi tltementt of Three Lines under title head Intel ted thrt e timet for 23 centt. -TrANTL'I)-llY A COLORED JIAN, 20 I yenrs of ngo, it situation as driver or waiter: good city references. 3-1 II st c. scl-3t "IXrANTED-HY A YOUNG WOJIAN.PLACE ns cook or chambermaid hi small fam ily; references furnished. Ill Plerco st u w. S0.1-3t YVTANTED-TO MAKE, IIY AN EXPERI IT enced hnnd. ladlos' plain or fancy un derwear; nlso children's clothing; Infants' wardrobe a specialty. Address, for 1 week. Needlework, Critic olllco. su2-3t TTANTED-11Y A YOUNG COLORED JIAN, TV nsltuntlonto drlvo or as waller Inn dlnlngrooin; good references furnished. Ap- pit at 1018 lOtlmt n w. 8c23t Adeerthenients of Thne Lines under this head Intel ted time times for 23 cents, LlticE, "no. 100 JfAlNlTAVENUlTrCAlT pets to clean, muttressos remade; leathers renovated. Telephono call, 31.1. ' ' LSJADJOUND. T OST- W E I) N E S I) A Y AFTERNOON .1 J nbout 2 o'clock, ou tlio East Capitol or Utli st curs, going to 12th nnd O sts n w, it smnll lint pocket book containing $10. Finder w 111 return to 221 East Capitol st und receive icwnrdof S10, se3-3t LOST-ON SUNDAY EVENING, LIVER color pointer dog, nnswers nnmo of Sport; without collar and tag. Liberal ro wan! If returned to l) II st n w. un3l-3t FOR SALE AND RENT. 1 3-AL ESTATE 11ULLET1N TIIOS. E. WACaAMAN, 017 F street. Chnnges mado Weilncsduys nnd Saturdays. THREE-STORY IIHICIC AND FUAJIK HOUSES FOR SALE. Northwest. 1.12.1 K st, b h, m I, 18 rs $11,000 1721 1st, lib, ml, 17 rs no.ooo 21.31 st, lib, m I, 23 rs 23,000 K st, bet llth mid 13th, school bld'ng... 23,000 Iil2l M, li b. m 1, 22 rs 1S.0TH lieu Jt st, li h, ml, Mrs 17,500 1812 Vermont nv, b h,ml,13rs lil,(K) 70OGst, lih, ml, Mrs 15,000 fd.'illllisl.hb, ml, 10 rs 13,50(1 Ml list, lib, ml, 17 is 12,537 TWO-STORY 1IRICK AND FltAJIE DOUSES FOR SALE. Southenst nnd suuthwest. 100 and -108 llth st s w, b li.inod lin.tl rs. .$3,000 M.MlthbtHO, fh.Hrs 2.i;m) 121 1 Pu nvo so, I h, Hrs 2,500 015 1st hw nnd threo houses in rear, fh flirt t o -,o) 312 nndVli i Jt sts w, f 'h, 1 rs'.'. .'.'.'.'.'.'. .... LIM) 111 mid HIAst s o, lib, U rs 1,500 71!H,thstsc, hb, Irs l.omi 1018 1st st se.fh, Irs 1,iK) K-Sniid llOlillist sw, f h, 3rs l.ouo 1107, HUH nml 311 Jtbts w. bb, Irs l.uoo UNIMPROVED PHOPERTY FOR SALE, Northwest. I st, bet 23d nnd 21th S0o T bt, bet 15th unit luth I0u 1st bt. bet I niiilK 000 2i;tbbt, bet K nml T FA) Jlnssnv, FiinilN Cap st 50o GEORGETOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. 1(188 :ilst st, moillin, 17 rs $l(l,mi0 .VilUNsI, lib, mod tin, 12 rs X.Mii) Congress, bet Stisldiird nud Road sts.... 3,(X (it Fnyetlubt, 10m 2.500 Washington st, bet Dunhnrton nnd llenll 2,100 HOUSES FOR RENT. 1'cr Month. HW Pu nvo s n, n rs ?n no IV)I JId ntus w, 11 is 30 no 2.113 H bt, m I, 0 rs 2.100 lil8Vuuvoxw.ini, Hrs 2100 151 E bt n w, in I, u rs 2100 71.1 lUlh st n w, 2 rs 2100 2313 list 11 W, 0 IS 2100 1811 12th bt II w, in 1,01'H 21 no 2211 llth bt II W, b IS 21 00 1311 Vbt II W, Ul 18 00 13l'.l V st, (Irs 18 (.1 STORES AND OFITCE3. Per Jloiith, 020 i.n nvo n w, storo, 1 is $ino no (.27 Lituton w, Moio, A rs km no 125 121 list n W, store 31)00 1. bit 12th nnd 13th bo, btoio 23 Oil KM Lit nvo n w, basement, oflleo .so no Uh Lit nvo, 3d lloor, 1 rs, oflleo 3D on lilSF' st, room 1, olllco 30 ot) 031 I'M, t'd floor, olllco 23 on (iuntoii lihlg, rooms 2U und 2)1, olllco,... 21 is) C3IFst,3d lloor. 3 rs, olllco 13 00 LOANS. In sums to suit at 0 per cent. Thoiibovoisnnly it small portion or prop rrtyon my books. For full list cull ut olllco for bullet Ins IsMiod ou 1st nud I3tli. FOR EXCHANGE. i ANTKD-TO EXCHANGE NEW STOVES YY for old ones ut llutlcr's Stovo Exohango, corner Dth and K sts. Smoky chimneys cured or no pay. Stoves exchanged for groceries. Old stoves bought. EXCURSIONS. r HAND COMIIINATION EXCURSION. JOHN A. HOI.UNSPOST No. 1, G. A. It., Aftn TUB UNION VETERAN CORPS, 1st COMPANY, 1II1KIK, CHESAPEAKE RAY, Tho Coney Island of tho llotilli, SUNDAY, SEITE.M11ER I), 18S.1, lly Pennsylvania llnltroad, Ono hour In Annapolis, eight hours nt ll.ty lllilge. Triilnlenvesdeinit.nl Cth nt nt 8: n. m., nnd arrives In Washington, ou return, nt 8:1(1 p. in., same day. . ... Tickets, round-trip, $1.50, to bo had from members of either organizations nnd ut tho depot . so I -21 1885 Franklin Institute, Phila. Open frm Sept. 1,1 to Oct 31. Concerts nnd Special Entertainment Dally. Prices of AdmissionAdults 50c; Children 25 Cents. Coupon Tickets (not good If detncliod) 10 for 8ii.&n. (Schools nnd parties can get excursion rntos, hynpplylngtothuDlrcctorof this Exhibition. Aug 20 to Oct 31. STKAMIill COItOOUAN'S-il.VOUlt-HIONS. Tlio owners of tho steamer W. V. COR CORAN havo purchased and will nsumotho monngement of JIARSIIALL HALL. Hilly morning excursions will bo given especially for Ladles nnd Children, Absoluto order will bo nrcscrvod on tho grounds, tho tnblo furnished with oil tho mar ket ntlords, limchos served, nnd leo, fruit nnd milk nlwnys on hand. Steamer lenves every morning nt 10 o'clock, returning nt ! o'clock p. m. Faro, l!.l cents for round trip to Glymont and Marshall Hall. Children, in cents. Jen tf plIAl'i:i. 1'OINT. ClIAl'121, l-OINT. Long Ilrnnch of thoPotomao. I1H hours nt tho beach. Commencing wlth.luno US, tho STEAJIER OEORGl! LAW will lcuvo dally (oxcept Jton- days, Fridays and Snturdnys) from steamer l.cary's wharf at 8: IB n. m. sharp, returning ti:!)()p. m. Faro for trip, Goe. Jlcals noo. at tho Point. Professor Shrocdcr's orchostrn. Geo. IV. HAUEll, owner steamer Geo. Law. HOIXIIIIGIIUATI'AT.I.SANDOAIUN dOIINHKIDGi:. Tho stenm-packet EXCELSIOR will mako regular trips dm In tho season tn tho above points ovcry SUNDAY, TUESDAY nud I'm day, leaving her wharf; corner of High st. nnd Cnnnl, nt H o'clock n. in. sharp. Fnro for round-ttlpnoo. lloatcan bo chartered on nl tcrnato days. For Inforinntlon npiily at olllco ill u. VJ. UIIU Ot .11. AlliltB, mo lllgllSl. iiikii n... Jo'22tf ucorgeiown. THE QUEEN OF WATERING PLACES, CAPE MAY, Is 1 cached by tho WEST JERSEY RAILROAD In two nouns fhoji Philadelphia. FASTKXI'KKSS TIIAINS, with Parlor Curs attached, aro run during tho season ut convenient hours. Pnssongers nrrlvo nt tho Now llroad street Station, Philadelphia, whero Union Transfer Conches nnd liorso Curs trans fer them direct to tho station of tlio WEST JERSEY RAILROAD, at tho foot of JIarkct street. For tickets, baggago checks and full Infor mation apply Korlhcnst corner Thirteenth strcot nml l'ciiiiHylvitulit itvonuc, Stntlon llultlimiro & l'olomuo Knllrood CHAS. E. PUOII, J. It. WOOD, General Jlanagcr. General Passenger Agt. ATLANTIC CITY. KXl'ItlJSS TItAINS ltUN TIIKOUGII WITHOUT STOl'S IN xHTETsr aa:iirTja:E3 via CAMDEN & ATLANTIC R. R From Station foot of Vino strcot. WEST JERSEY RAILROAD, From Stntlon foot of JIarkot stroot. Accessible from Washington by tho through trains of tho BALTIMORE & POTOMAC RR From tho Now Urond strcot Station of tho Pcnnsylvnnla Itallroad, at Philadelphia, Strcot Cars wilt convey passengers direct to tho West Jciseyltnlfrond stntlon. Union Trans fer Conches to tho station of tho Camden & Atlantlo Railroad. For through tickets, bnggago chocks and full Information npply as follows: Northeast corner Thirteenth stroot null l'ciiiisylviiiilit itvontio, Station lialtlmoro & l'otoittno Ilitllronil, CHAS. E. PUGH. J. It. WOOD, UencrnUIanqger. General I'usscngcr Agt. 1885 KXOUKSION S13ASON ON TUB 1885 HAI.TIJIOlti: & OIIIO KAILIIOAD. EVERY JIONDAY, Commencing JUNE 22, to l'UN-SIAll. Itound-trlp Unto, 81.50. Limited to 300 por sons. Leavo WiiDhlngton at 8 u. m. Iteturn lug, urrlvo at 8:30 p. in. EVERY TUESDAY nnd FRIDAY, Commeno ,iiiBJUNE23,to Ilnrper's Fcxry nnd lyncB, Island, On tho Potomac Itound-trlp Itnto, SI. Limited to 200 per sons. Leavo Washington 10:03 a.m. Itoturn lug, nrrlvo at 7:20 p. in. EVERY WEDNESDAY AND EVERYOTIIER SUNDAY to r.UltAY GAVKUNS, Commencing JUNE 21. Ilound-trlp Itnto, t3.r(. Leavo Washington 8:30 a. m. Re turning, nnlvo at 0:15 p. m. Every ticket calls for a roscrved .seat on theso excursions. Securo your tickets at 010 nnd 1351 Penna. nvo., and at depot nn tho morning of the excursion. jollltf LOAVUIl Ci:i)AIt POINT. Tho Popular Watering Haco of tVushlngtoulnus. Tho snfo, swift nnd mngnlliccnt steamer Alt JIENIA will leave her wharf, foot of7thst. dally, except Saturdays, nt u a. m., returning at 0 p. in. AnnenlaBtops atAloxandrlnon JIONLA.S, WEDNlCSDAY's nnd FM'JAYS only. Fnro, coo round trip, children, 25o. Dinner on tho grounds, 50 cents. For further Information and charters to so cieties nud corporations apply to G. L. SHERIFF'S Conl Ofuco, 328 nnd 1 1 1 1 l'n. nvo., or at Steamer's wharf. foot of 7th st. Jol2 tf -RyTT. VIlllNUN I BIT. VUKNONI bTEAJIER W. W. CORCORAN rtp Leaves 7th st. wharf dally, oxcopt Sunday, for Jit. Vernon nt 10 o'clock n. m.; returning, reaches Wushlngton nliout 3:30 p. m. 'L. L. 1ILAKE. Captain. FpSALE-.LOTS. Adieilltements of Three Lines under this head Intertill three times for 2.1 cents. Tnnr.U.li-VERY't'lfEAP, LOT ON Ii'ktR X n. w near lTtlt st., within 2(l feet of park In rear of President's Home, IS ft, H In. ironti itlltiy In rear: iiImi two nleo lots on P st, n. w Let. lOthandlTlhsts., 22x12.1 ft.: ulloy on tldu und rear. A. S. Cay wood, cor. Utli and K sts. n. w, ntf-'J-ilt I?OR SALE- HEAUTIFUL SUIIURIIAN LOTS ? 25x100 feet, fronting llladensbiirg Turn. plko, in sight of street-cars, S300; 3100 cash, balance $5 per mouth. Noat 5-room cottages built nt lowost contract rates; 8100 cusli, balance luO years, or monthly payments If ttrcfcrrtMl l .V1V..IU, ,PIInM , a .. MITCIIELL. Jy7 113 1 1' St., Rooms 5 nnd 0. IT OU SALE- Ilnndsomo corner lot, near Scott Clrclo, at reduced ratu. Two lots, on I nth street, nenr Scott Clrclo, at 50 cents less than adjoining ground. Dcslrnblo ground In Ithodo Islnnd avonuo, near Connecticut itvcnuo, at reasonable rates. Now nnd substantial comer dwelling, near Dupout Clrclo, containing 13 rooms, Sll.ooo, Ditto, near Drltish Legation, 17 rooms, 822,000, Sovernl dcslrnblo country places noar tho Clty' WJI. 1. YOUNO, JolO-tf 1303 F stroot. f?6ltSALlC- 1 lly AUSTIN P. HltOWN, 1420 F st. n. w 40,000 (cct of ground on Kith st. n. w hot, Scott Clrclo and It Bt.. and (10,000 foot on N. II. avo., bet, Dupont Clrclo and L st. Huveral tlrst-class lumsos, ranging In prlco from $1(1, 000 to 8100,000. JolO-tf 1885 Novelties" Eiliitiiii. RAILHOADS. iA.sAAAAAA.VNAAM..NA,A.VV.,vVA,' wVvM fpill! GREAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE. Ill TIIK MIIITII, WKST INIIHIIIITIIWKST. DOtlllf.I'.TIUOH. pri.ENDID RORNEttT, BTEKLltAILH, MAflNIFI MIST EjUlt'JtENr. in ErrrcTjuNK Ul, I88fi. Trains lenvo Wiishlngton from station, corner of sixth nnd II streets, ns follows: For Pittsburg and tlio West, Chicago Limited Express ot 1'alHCoHleoplng Cars nt 11:1(1 n. m. dnllyj Fast Lino, t):r() n. in, dally to Cincin nati and St. Louis, with Slcoplng Cars trom llnrrlsburgto Cincinnati and Hotel Car to St.Louls; dally, oxcept Saturday, to Chicago, with Sleeping Car Alloonn to Chicago, Chi cago and Cincinnati Express. t 7:10 p. m. dally, with Sleeping Cms Washington to Chi cago and Hnrrlsbura to lmlsvllloj connect IngntHiirtlsburgwIthWestcrn Expnns wltb through sleepers for Clovohtnd nnd St. Louis. I'nclno Express, lo p m. dally for PlttshurR nnd tho West, with through slcopcr Harris Lurg to Chicago. DALllMOIti: & rOTOMAO ltAlLlioAD. For Eric, Cannndnlgna, Rochester, lluffnlo Nlnearn, 10 p. m. dally, except Saturday, Willi Pahico Cars Washington to Rochester. l'or Wllllamsport, Lock Haven nnd Elmlra, at ll:BO a. m. ilnlly, except Sunday. For Now York and tho Hast, 7:15, 8:30 nnd 31a, m., 2, -1, 10 p. tn. nnd 1'2:15 night, on Sunday, 8:00 a. m., 2, 4, 1(1 p. in. and ltlilo night. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars tiMti a. m. dnlly, oxcopt Sunday. For Huston without change, '2 p. m. ovcry day lor llrooklyn.N.Y., nil through triilns connect. nt.TcrscyClly with boats otllrooklyn Atinox. affording direct trnnsfer to Fulton strcot, avoiding doublo fcrrlago across NuwYorlt clt. For Philadelphia, 7:115, R:.10 and 11a.m., 2. 4, (I, 10 p. m. nnd 12:13 night. On Sunday, H:!l() n. m., 2,'l, (1, 1(1 p. m. nnd 12:10 night. Limited Express, U:10 a. m. dally, oxcopt Sunday. For llnltlmoro, 0:il5, 7:115, 8:30, 0:10, 0:50, 1 n. in., 12:03.2, !, .1:25, .1:10,0, 7:10, 1(1 u. m. nnd 12:ir, night. On Sunday, 8::;o, iisni), i . n. m., 2, -1, (1, 7:10, ion. m. nnd 12:115 night. For Popo's Creek Line, 7:10 n. m,, and 4:10 1. m, dally, except Sunday. For Annapolis, 0::i,1 n. in., 12:Or5nnd4:25p. m dnlly, except Sunday. On Sunday 4 p.m. ALEXANDRIA ,t FHEDEIIIOKSUUnO RAIL WAY AND AI.KXANIIUIA A WASH INGTON IIMLHOAU. For Alexandria, (I, 7, 0:215, 11:01 and 11:315 n. m., 2:05, 4:2(1, 4: (5, o.t, S:!).! and 11:37 p.m. on Sunday ut O, 0.-25, 11:01 a. m., Bion p. m. For Richmond and tho South, O nnd 11:01 n. m. dally and 4: 1(5 p.m. dnlly. oxcept Sunday. Trains leavo Alexandria for Wasliliigton (1:05, 8, 10. 10:10 a. m., 1, 0:or,, 3r23, 6:10, 7:0.j nnd 11:35 p. m. nnd 12:10 midnight, oxcept Monday. On Sunday nt 8 nnd 10:10 n. m.. 7:05 and 11:35 p. m. nnd 12:10 night. Tickets nnd Information nt tho office north enst corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsy lvania avcnuo, nnd nt tho stntlon, whero or ders cau bo left for tho chocking of baggago to destination from hotels and rosldoncos. CTIAS.E.FUaH, .1. It. WOOD! General Jlanngcr. Gen. Passenger Agcn t. BALTIMORE &0HI0 RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JLYY 3. 1885, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Leavo Washlneton from Stntlon, corner How Jersey nvenuo nnd O stroot. For Chicago, 10 a. m, nnd 10:10 p. m. dally. Tho 10 a. in. Is n Fast Limited Express to Pittsburg and Chicago, arriving In Pittsburg nt7:30p. in., Chicago noxt morning nt 8:55. No extra faro Is charged on this train for fast tlmo. For Clnclnnntl, Loulsvlllo nnd St. Louis dally nt 3:30 p. m. nnd 10:10 p. m with through conches nnd 1'nlaco Sleeping cars to nbovo points without chnngo. 3:30 p. m. train Is a Inst limited train to Cincinnati nnd St Louis, arriving In Clnclnnntl noxt morning nt 7:15, bt. Louis 0:30 p. m. No oxtra faro Is charged on this train for fast tlmo. For Pittsburg nt 10 a.m., with Tarlor Car, and 0:10 p. m. dally to Pittsburg, Clovoland ami jjctroit, wun Bleeping cars to Pittsburg. For llaltlmnrn nn Kilmlnvs fMO T-fto p.ftrt nnd 10.0.1 n. in., 1:25, 1:30, 3:30, 4:10. 0:10. 0:40, 7, 8:25 and 11 p.m. For points on tho Shenandoah Valloy Hall road und points South, 0:25 a. m. nnd 0:10 p. in. dally. 0:25 n. in. train hns Pullman Sleeper from Washington to Now Orloans. For Annnpolls, 0:10 a. m. and 12:10 nnd 4:30 p. in.; on Sunday, 8:30 a. m. and 4:10 p. in. For way stations between Washington nml lialtlmoro, fi, d:lo, 8:30 n. m.. 12:10, 3:30, 4:10, 7 nnd 11 p. m. On Sundnys, 8:30 n. m., 1:30, 3:30, 4:1(1, 7 and 11 p. in. For stations on Jlctropolltan Ilrnnch, 7:25 a. m. nnd 11:10 S. m. dally, oxcept Sunday, nnd 5:30 p. m. ally; 4:10 p. m. dally, oxcopt Sunday, for principal stations on Jlotropnlltan Ilrnnch; 8:40 a. m. dally on Sundny stops nt nil sta tions; for Lexington, Staunton and Vnlloy Ilrnnch, 8:40 a. in. dally, oxcept Sunday; for Frederick, 8:10 a. m., 4:1-0 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. For local stations between Wnshlngton nnd Oalthcrsburg, 12:30 p. m. dally, except Sun day. For Ifagcrstown and Wlnchostcr, 8:10 a. m. dally, oxcept Sunday, nnd fi:30p. m. dnlly to llngcrstowu; dally, oxcept Sunday, to Win chester. Trains nrrlvo from tho West dally, 0, 7:20 a. m.. 1:15. 0:30 p.m. From Annnpolls, 8:30 a. m. nnd 1:50 ana 5:25 p. m.: Sundny, 10:35 u. in. nnd 0:35 p. in. From Loxington, 5:30 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday, From Frederick and Intermediate points, 8:25 a. m. and 8:15 p. m. dally, oxcept Sun day. Trains leavo Daltlmoro for Washington at 5:10, (1:30, 7:20. 1), 0:03 and 10:30 a. m 12:15, 2:30. 3, 4, 4:20. 5, (1:30, 8, 0 and 11 p. in. Ou Sundays, 0:30, 7:20. 0 and 0:03 a. m., 1:30, 2:30, 4:20, 5, 0:30. 8, 0 nnd 11 p. in. All trains from Washington stop at Ilclay Stntlon, except 1:25, 3:15 and (1:10 p. m. For further Information apply at tho lialtl moro & Ohio ticket oflleo-Washington Sta tion, 010 nud 1351 Ponim. nvecomerof Utli st., whero orders will ho tnken for baggago to bo checked and received at any point tu tho city. O.K. LORD, 0. P. . 11. DUNnAJI, Gen. Jtnn,. lialtlmoro. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY (LEAVE 1). .t P. DEPOT, SIXTH AND U STS.) 11 ilB A.J!. For nil way stations, Loxington, Ky Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Columbus, St. Louts. Dally oxcept Sunday. Through Pallor Car to Whlto Sulphur Springs. 11 A. JI. For Newport News, Old Point Com fort and Norfolk. Dally oxcept Sunday. Bi40 P. JI. For Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Chicago, connecting for all points West, Northwest and Southwest; fast oxpress dally; doos not stop for local business; through Pullman Borvlco to Loulsvlllo nnd Clnclnnntl. For tickets and Infoimntlon npply nt C. .fe O. ltnllway oflleo, 013 Pennsylvania nvonuo, under National Hotel; Vn. Jlldland Railway olllco, 001 Pennsylvania nvonuo, nud U. & 1'. Station. II. W. FULLER, General Passenger Agent. 0. W. 8JIITH, General Jlanagcr. FHANK THIGO, N. E. Passongor Agent. WASHINGTON, OIIIO & WESTERN R. R. On and nfter AUGUST 30, 1885, trains will leave from nnd arrive nt Oth nnd 11 sis. Depot as follows: Leavo Washington 0 n. tn. nnd 4:35 p. m dnlly; nrrlvo at llolmont Pnrk 10:01 n. in. and 0:20 p.m.; Leesburg 11:01 a. in. nnd 0:3(1 p. m.: nrrlvo at Round Hill at 11:13 a. in. and 7:18 p. in. Returning, loavo Round Dili 0:03 n. m. nnd 3:00 p. m.; pass Leesburg 0:12 u. m. nnd 4:3t p, in.; llolmont Pnrk 0:0 1 n. m. nnd 5:30 p, m., nnd nrrlvo at Wushlngton at 8:35 a. m. ami 7:10 p. in. On Simdavs tlio train lonvinc? M'nshtnf.!mi ut 0 n. in. only runs tol.ccsburg, nnd tho train uriltliigut7il()p. m. stints trom Leesburg. Special excursion rates nnd Sundny trains to llcbnont Park, Jlonthly aud commuta tion rules to all points, S. JI. HROPIIY, Supt., Aloxnndrln, Vn. E.J. LOCKWOOD, Pass. Agt., 507 l'o. avo. Wnshlngton. 1). C. STEAMBOATS DAILTLINe"to' NORFOLK & I'OltTltEaa Monroe. Steamers Ooorgo I.oary .and Excelsior, commencing May 0, 1833. Onoot tlieso popular steamers will leavo Bovcnth-ttreot whnrt DAlLY.except SUNDAY, at 5:30 p.m. For particulars Inquire at Uom Miny'a office, 7tti Br. wharf. Telephono No, 745-3. W. r. WELOII, Oenoral Agent. I- OW FARF.S j Fortress Jlonroo nnd Norfolk, First-class faroiH; Ilound-trlp, 81.25. htenmer Juno Jlosoloy Monday, Wudnosdny nnd Sntiiidaynt 0:30 p. in, I'nsMiRO uud rooms secured nt general oflleo, Sixth street whnrr. Telephone onll, 1)1. Potiunno River Landings Stoaincr Thomp son Jtonday, Wednesday nud Friday nt 7 a.m. FPU RENT MISCELLANEOUS. IJIOR HENT-S'lVilLi:"lN"REAH OF HIS .1' cth stnw. sn.:it FSXiJiENJjHOUSES. Advertisements of Thiee Lines under this head Intei ltd three timet for 23 cents. 17()lVVlEtfi'-NICirilRlCK" HOUSE: SIN X1 looms, 2 bath-rooms, lntrohonnd mod Imps: concreted cellar; rent $2il it month. IMS Curolluo st u w, bet TiindU. Koyntl30l, OppOlillO. SO'lJlt ' HONEY TO LOAN SlOO'i TO $500 TOSIO.OOO, ANDLAROER uiimu nn rnnl iwtntiM liwi-iiLit iitnu. rui w w puiiiti sunt "nns's iKitviiv tuiua. cull now. WJI.F.HOLTZJIAN.Attoruoy, la.'l F st. n. w. Jo23-lyr I HAVE MONEY TO LOAN ON OOOD RE&I, estato or collateral security at lowest rates ot Interest. No delay wtien eocurlly Is good, 0. 0. oiiEKN, Room 1, firemen's building, cor. 7lU and La. aye apll-tr )l I '- S: