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"WASHINGTON, AUGUST 23, 18S8.
Tun nniECTioN of the Fisheries treat
by tho Scnnto camo nbout just tts was
expected niul had boon politically or
diiiiit'd. Hud il been the best treaty
ever mado it would bavo experienced
tlio same fate, for tlio slmplo reason that
a llopubllcnn Senate eo'.tld not nlTord to
givo a Domocrntic Administration tlio
oi edit of it on the eve of a Presidential
election. Tlio merits and demerits of
tlio negotiation nro entirely lost sight of
in tlio smoke of the campaign. Tlio
exigencies of politics demanded
that tlio treaty bo rojectcd and so rejec
tion was voted. It was this fore
knowledge of the result thnt took tho
edge off tlio debato and diminished tho
public interest that would otherwise
hnvo been felt in u matter of so much
real importance to tho interests of throe
governments. As it is, tho situation re
mains practically unchanged, oxecpting
that under tho temporary Herniations
agreed upon tlioro Is no immediate
danger of disturbanco to tlio paities in
inturcst. Tho work that has been dono
counlH for nothing, oxecpting as wo be
liovc it to liuvo boon an honest oh"ort on
tho part of tho Administration to perma
nently settle oxisting differences.
Tun Philadelphia Nows announces
with ovidout and justifiable catisfactlon
thnt customs duties to tho amount of
$1,083,070 woro received at that port in
July tlio largest amount over received
in ono month, and $-100,253 moro than
tho receipts of July, 1887. Itsnys "tho
long languishing commorco of tho city
appears to bo rovivliig." The Quaker
City is to ho congratulated. Slay its
summer hay crop continue to grow less.
Them: is mokb liustlo than bustlo in
TJolva Lockwood'u "canvass. This is a
campaign of common eonso as well as
intellect. w
There is sucn a larcie population of
Canadian-French in Manchester, N. II.,
mainly employed in tho manufacturing
establishments of tho city, that a news
paper in tho French language is about to
bo established thcro. This may bo all
right. If tho Canadian-Frenchmen can't
road tho American papers, thoro can bo
no berlous objection to their having a
paper that tlioy can read; but how long
-will it rcquiro to assimilate theso people
witli our own under au educational system
that encourages a retention, not only of
their peculiar habits and customs, but ol
their own vernacular? Of course, if
tho Canucks nro unable to understand
"United States as she is spoko," they
can know little or nothing of tho laws of
tho country, and ovon tho Constitution
must remain an nulntelligiblo mystery
to them. What is most needed in tho
several States with largo foreign popula
tions is a provision In tho public
school system making somo knowlcdgo
of the Government, its history, Its eharac
'tor and its statutes compulsory. Only
out of such knowlcdgo is bred tho best
citizenship.
m
Acconmxci to M. Etnilo Ollivior, Gen
oral Boulangor has been amply sup
plied with' funds during his campaign.
Ono inansent his commltteo a chock for
$5,000, and checks are said to bo pourinp
in fiom every diiectton. "Who says that
Franco is a stranjror to Republican instl
tutions?
-
Mit. Stiie.viok, tho Union Labor candi
date for 1'rosldcut, having bcon dial,
longed to a joint debato by Mr. Cowdrey,
tlio United Labor candidate for President,
makes a very curt reply, declining the
challenge. Ilo says:
While I do not bcllovo In Mr. George's land
theory, yot In this canvass I havo notur.tig
oulzcil you nov your peoullar tax theory. I bitvi
left you both nlono In your glory, and yot you
aro not happy. 1 am not ono of those who pro
moto divisions In labor organizations by gottuv
up hobblos to rldo.
AVo cannot quite understand Mr.
Strcator's logic tiny moro than wo can
quito approjo Ills uncalled for display oi
temper. If ho is not "in favor of
piomollng divisions in labor organiza
tions by getting up hobbles to ride," it
seuuis to us tho proper thing for him to
do is to dismount from his own hobby
and rctiro from tho raco.
Mn. PownnniiV says thoro aro over ono
million idle men in the Unitod States.
How docs this happen? It was cer
tainly not free trtulo that reduced thorn
to Idleness, and it has been dinnod into
our oars for tho last quarter of a century
thiit.protoction protects. If it protects
Amurkan labor how is it that a million
Auiurican laborers go unprotected? An
early answor from Mr. JJlniiio is re-
questou,
Tjib "scholar in polities" Is numerous
this year, his latest appoaraneo being
Sonatpr Blackburn of Kentucky, wlio,in
""JUto Forum" for September, makes a
vigqr'pus review of tho Itopublican Na
tlo.mil platform. Now comes tho an
nouncement that Mr. Blalno holds forth
in tho Soptomber ntinibor of tho "Amor
can Magazlno," on "Tho President's
Error," which will givo this outorprls
ing poriodical an iminouso advortiso
mont, if it accomplishes nothing moro.
But this is essentially a reading cam
paign, which probably accounts for thy
lack or that noisy and demonstrative on
thusiasm usual t a national canvass
Tho "boys" would doubtless prefer less
intolleet and moro boodle,' but It's a
pretty good symptom nfter nil to find
tho mass of the pcoplo in a really inquir
ing and studious mood on tho issues to
ho determined by their ballots.
Not only has this Fishorlos Treaty
been rojertcd, but. the Sioux Indian
treaty is likely to prdvo a failure. Tho
Indians havo got what they consider n
good enough thing as it is in a reserva
tion four times blggor tlinn they have
any uso for, and they nro ovidontly not
to bo coaxed out of it. Whothcr coorclon
will have to ho substituted for coaxing
will havo to bo determined horcaflerj hut
tho interests of tlio United States in the
matter should bo mndo supreme. Tho
Sioux should not bo robbed or despoiled
or treated with injustice, hut tlioy should
bo mado to understand that tho Govern
ment is more powerful than thoy, and
lias tho right of territorial Jurisdiction.
It has been stated that tho work
of .tlio commission would have
proved rt greater success had It
been composed of different material,
or what Congressman McShnno of Ne
braska, in a recent interview, called
moro "Influential" material. Mr. Mc
Fliano said nothing disparaging to tho
members of tho present commission, but
is quito certain that had it been com
posed of such mon as Gcnoral Crook,
General Miles or Buffalo Bill, the re
sults would havo boon different. Tho
Indians know these men and know that
when thoy "talk business" thoy "mean
business." Thoy rcprcBont mili
tary prowess ns well as intellectual
strength, and carry it weight with tho
"untutored savago" that civilians can
never exercise.
"Puck" publishes n supplcmont this
week containing flno full-length por
traits of President Clovcland and Mr.
Tliurman. Mr. Kcpplor owed tho Ad
ministration nn apology for Ills last
sketch of Mr. Cleveland and tho present
exccllont plcturo may bo considered
ample atonement for tho artistic eccen
tricities of tho former.
Tim International Amorlcan Con
ference, for which Congress has mado
an appropriation of $7i,000, has been
called to moot in Washington, Octobor
2, 1880, and delegates will bo present
from tho sixtcon North and South
American Governments. Tlio Unitod
Stales is entitled to ten dolegates-at-largo,
to ho appointed by tho President,
and each Stato may send ns largo a dele
gation as it desires, though limited to
ono voto in tho conferonco.
Tho objects of this important convoca
tion need not bo recited in detail. Inn
general senso tho purposo is to institute
better commercial relations between tho
several countries interested, inclusive of
nn American Customs Union, tho adop
tion of a uniform system of woights,
measures, patont rights, trado-marks
and a common Bilyor coin, tho estab
lishment of bettor marltlmo communica
tions and the formation of somo inter
national system of arbitration.
lihjrhojjround to bo covorcd is broad
tinu comprononsivo. it suggests conn
neiital possibilities that as yet aro
scarcely dreamed of in Europe and that
aro destined to mako tho Now World
tho loading hemisphere in tho arts of
peace, as well as tho resources of
.itrcngth, if not tho arbiter of tho
world's destinies.
It is si.NauiiAn, yet it would seem to
bo a fact, that tho profound Shnks
pcarean researches of Mr. Ignatius
Donnelly and his investigation of tho
Baconian cypher have given him a warm
placo in tho affections of the farmers
and workingmen of Minncsotn. How
clso may wo account for tho boom which
thoy have started in his favor as a can
didate for Governor ?
SOCIAL ANIMMSKSONAIi.
'Second Lleutonnut Win. M. Arnold did not
accompany tho Light Infantry on their trip to
Atlantic City, owing to a painful Illness from
icuto rheumatism. Tho laruo soldier boy will,
liowovcr, bo himself again by Monday next
md will shoulder his gun and march scarrcd
narrlor stylo, perhaps with tho stay-at-homes.
Thomas Itandolph Keith Forrest left this
morning for a visit to tho (Jreenbrior White
Sulphur In search of health,
Registered In New York last evonlnij: Con
!iressman llaynu, at tho Fifth Avonuo; Con-
.oessmnu Norwood, at tho Grand; General V.
VV. Uolknap, at tho Vletoila, and Commodore
.Mcard, at the Kverett,
William E. Mol.oan. Deputy Commlsslouci
if Pensions, is at tho Stockton, Cape May.
A Chicago woman recently leglstcrod In
hotel register: "Mrs. Wank, kneo DHuk."
J)o I'Mtfiivcs I.lu'.'
Do llgurcs Ho Lot us sco.
Two women had thirty chickens each, which
thoy took to market. Thoy agreed to divide
equally tho procoods of their sale.
Ono sold hcrchlckous two for$l, getting for
her thirty chickens $15.
Tho otbor sold hers thrco for $1. getting foi
?icr chickens $10.
This nindu 3 realized on tho sixty chickens
Tho merchant called to dlvldo tho inouoy
mild :
"You sold your thirty chickens two for $1,
and you cold your thirty chickens three for Al
That makes sixty chickens at the latoof llvi
for JI3. Well, llvo Into sixty goes twelve
tlmcf twice twelve Is twenty-four. That
makes $24 your chlckons brought."
Hut us shown above tho women actually had
$25 In thoir pockets. And yet tho merchant's
llgurcs wcro right.
Do figures lloV Spenco's paper.
-. '
A TAV AT TIU: DOOlt.
A hand tappod ot my door low down, low down
I opened It und saw two oyos of brown,
Two lips of cherry red,
A llttlo curlv head,
A bonny. Miry sprite In dioss ot white,
Who said, with lifted faeo, "J'apa, good nlaht !'
Rho oltmhcd upon my knoo anil, kneeling there,
I.lsped softly, holcmnly, her llttlo prayer;
Her roeotliiK ilnuor tip-",
, Ilor pure, sivcot baby lips
L'airlru my toul with her, half unuwuro,
Into somo eloarcr and dlvlnor air.
I tried to lift acatn, but all In vain,
Of selontlflo thought tho subtlo chain;
Ho small, so small,
lly loamlnic all;
Thouch 1 could onll each star and toll Its placo
ay ciiiurs -uur l'utuer" Wiugcu iiioruu o'
BJ1UCO.
I tat with foldoil lands at rest, at rest,
Tinning this solemn thought within uiybruMi,
How fnlth would fade
It Cod hud made
No ohlldron In tuts world no baby ko
Only tho prudout man or t houghtf til sut'o;
only tho woman wise, no llttlo nrms
To ulasp aiound our neck; no buby oliarmi,
No lovliiK care,
No Hlnloas piuyor,
No thrll of llspliiiitonn, no putturlnft.fcct,
No Infant hoirt against our heart to boat.
Then, If a tiny hand, low down,
Tap nt thy heart or door, uli ! do not frown;
lliiiid low to meet
Tho llttlo feot,
To olasn the dinning hand; tho cblld will "
SearCr Heaven than thoo ncaicr tUiul thee.
-Ltlllo B. Uarr.
Noxns ami (H)ysii'.
lii hmbi.i, 8aob says Jny Gould Is In perfect
hoalih.
Sombop Tnri'olrri trees recently cut down
In Now Haven, Conn., wcro over 180 years
ild.
i:-SBcnnTAUY ltourtiiT T. Lincoln sayss
"llo shall do somo work for tho Kcnubllcau
ticket, but csinnot yet tell how much.''
An ocTOdiiMAittAN nt Wrlghtsvlllo, Tn., is
n musing himself In tils old ngo writing tho
Lord's Prayer On card boards tho slzo of n
cold dollar.
lliuur Sut.MVAN, now (VI years old, Is in
fccblo health. Ho resides at West Hrlghton,
Lmtland, with his thrco utiinarrlcd daughters
and ono ot his sons.
Tin: Hoston llornld says that tho hotels of
that city appear to bo doing a Halving busi
ness, twclvoof theso establishments represent
ing a registration of 10,000 last week.
Omi daiuvman in Chester County Is report
ed to have lost noarly ,000 gallons of milk by
tho thunder storm on Wednesday tho largest
mill: shako ot tho season, probably. Joko hi
tho 1'lillndelphla Ledger.
Nuws has been received nt Kansas City of
tho safe arrival of Mrs. 1). J. Franklin and her
daughter nt Hankow, China, wliero Mrs.
Franklin's husband, tho Missouri cx-Con-grcssmau,
Is tho American Consul,
Tiiinin is a soaiicitv of water In Now York
city, nbout fi.000,000 galloua a day lielngdrawn
from tho Central Park reservoir In oxcess of
the usual consumption. No f dilute Is antici
pated, but tho supply Is running low.
Simon Camkiion, although nearly 00, enjoys
flno health. Ho broakfnsts on toast and toa at
8 n, in., drinks a pint ot chiunpagno nt 11,
dines nt '', and takes mush and milk for sup
per. Ho goes to his room nbout 8 and roads
till 11.
Tins Now York Grnphlc says that Congicss
man Wcbor ot HttlTulo Is working his boom
fornomluatlon ns LIcutciiauKIOvcruor on tho
ticket with Worncr Miller. It adds that Huf
falo bus no show for tho nomination. It will
go to Now York or Urooklyn.
GKNKnAi. Oustavus W. Smith, whoso polit
ical disabilities havo Just been removed by
Congress, Is a West Point graduate and a
Mexican war vctoran. Durlug the late war ho
held high rank In tho Confederate nnny. Ho
now resides In New York, contributes to tho
"Century" and hob-uobs with Sherman.
Tim Omaha Hco was presented tbo other
day with a pint of Mcxlcati mescal ntid says:
"It was tho first Introduced Into Omaha. It
was of tho vintage, weedago or tho ragago of
1870, which means that It was manufactured
twelvo years ago, nnd that It may have bcon
mado of grapes, weeds or rugs, according to
tho tasto of tho man unfortunate enough to
samplo tho stuff." (
RUMOVAIjS from office.
How John Quliicy Adams Got His Clvll
Serxlco Jlufnrm Koptittitlnn,
A correspondent of tho Cincinnati
Enquirer propounds the following In
quiry: "Thoro is a big disputo among a lot of
your readers hero, which mnybo you
can Bottle. "Was thcro ever a United
States President who refused all his term
to romovo oiilco-holdcrs who wcro po
litically opposed to him?"
To which tho Ihiquiror responds in
this wiso:
"It is not probablo that Washington,
during his first term, mado any removals
lor paity reasons, remaps tno tact mat
no opposition party had bcon organized
may excuse him.
"But what the Indianapolis disputcrs
ovidontly havo in mind is the caso of tho
youngor Adams John Quincy. Long
after his Presidency (in 1830) when ho
had returned to tho lower branch of
Congress, Mr. Adams declared in a
speech to tho IIouso that ho had never,
whilo Frcsidont, removed ono peison
from oflico for political causes, and very
pertinontly added thnt that was probably
tho reason why ho was not ro-elcctod. In
this connection Blnns, tho Irish refugee,
who was so long tho brilliantcditor of the
Philadelphia Democratic Press, tells a
story. Iilnns was originally n supporter of
Crawfordbut when the latter was driven from
tho Mold, tho erratic Irishman was foolish
enough to go to Adams Instead of to Jackson.
Shortly after tho inauguration ho approached
tho President in tho matter of appointments,
and here Is his platnttvo description of tho re
sult: "I was promptly told that Mr. President
Adams did not Intend to make any removals.
I bowed respectfully, assuring tho President
that I had no doubt tho consequence would bo
that ho would himself bo removed so soon ns
tho toim for which ho had been elected had
expired. Tho intimation eavo tho President
no concern, and assuredly did hi no wiso af
fect his previous determination."
Tho Adams fnmlly htivo always claimed
glory for this record as tho acmo of civil scr
vlco reform. As a mattor of fact It was tho
acmo of political bargain and sale. Tho elec
tion of 1824 resulted In uo choice, and tho
IIouso of ltoiirosentativcs wns called upon to
mako a I'rcsldeut. Jackson had led largely
In tho Electoral Collego, and much inaio
largely boforo tho pcoplo; but by assurances
to Clay that ho should be Secrotary ot Stale,
aud assurances to AVobstor that tho Fedoral
oillcc-holdcrs should not bo removed, Adams
secured tho coveted prlzo, Tho country never
forgavohim. llo could no more havo been
ro-elccted in 1828 than Ruthoiford H. Hayes
could havo bcon elected In 1S80; aud a similar
dlsrcpiito attached to him throughout his life,
aud to his memory to this day. Moreover,
both Clay und Webster woro ruined In tho
samo near.
In 1828 Jackson wasovcrwholmlngly elected.
Adams did not carry a single Stato south of
tho Potomac or wc6t of tho Alleghunlcs.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
lfct3rAINTEnS-WM. E. 8PALDING & CO,,
PV 622 12th st. n. w., near F st.
Estlmalos Fumlshod For All Kinds of Work.
JOHHINU AND GLAZING.
VASiAT MRS. MKNGERT'S.
W2S .lit) Ninth street n.
w
You omi trot vour ktumnlnr- noutlv dono nt
lowest prices,
Ilarculus In Linen Goods, Tnblo Scarfs, oto.
rtrC?fcHAVlNO RECENTLY PURCHASED
VS!S tho establishment of 8. E. Matlook,
025 and 031 O st, n. w 1 nm prepared to ao
oommodiito tho publlo with all kinds of evening
driving vohloles nt short notice and on most
roasonublo terms; particular attention glvoii to
boarding horses and on tlio most reusonsblo
ttrms. H.J, DltOOKK,
Tolophone call 030-2. Proprietor.
jfMOORE & SCHLEY,
RANKERS AND DROKERS,
20 DROAD STREET, NEW YORK.
MKM1IKR8 OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EX
CHANGE, ritlVATE WIRE CONNECTIONS WITH COR
RESPONDENTS AT
BOSTON,
PHILADELPHIA.
WASHINGTON,!). 0.,
CHICAGO.
RALTIMOltE,
RICHMOND, VA.
Correspondents In Washington,
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
1 110 F STREET
',s.t(jUlTAIJIiE
COOI'ERATIVE RUILDING ASSOCIATION,
"EQUITABLE HUILDINO," 1003 V ST.
ASSETS-888ri.740.02.
Oflico hours from 0 a. m, to 4:30 p. m. On tho
Irst Wednesday in each month thooflluo will bo
open from (I to H o'olook p. m. Advances will
bu mado promptly at 7 o'olook.
Subscriptions for shares In the 10th Issue re
ceived dally at tho offlao of the Association,
Enultnblo IJulldliig, 100 J F st.
Shares nro 82.60 per month,
81,000 advanced on enon share.
Pamphlets explaining tho object nnd advan
tages of tho Assoolutlon are (urnlshod upon
application.
THOMAS SOMERVILLE, Prosldent.
JNO. JOY EDSON, Secretary.
K3a,IIM'r'h Ji,lP!)01)lKS
IIOMOUOIHK
bns in ioo musiu, ami
manv other
oholi.o pieces nt Be. nt HENRY WHITK'S
New Muslo 'Store, U05 7th st, n. w. Call or
ueud for cutaloirucs.
.llK'H tfn WItoLi:sAt.K ANDIti:
tall Jiralorsln
KHNNKIIKC WVi:ilIC.
Look for
I1LUB WAGONS MAUKKI) 1H0H A CO.
Prloos at Lowoiit Market itatos.
Ofilconnd Dotiot, flth utroet wharf s w.
Tolophona roll, :mn 2,
H3i jr. Whim' ostalillsTiment, 1-110
l'ennylvnnla nvo., opposite WHIanl's Hotel.
Corns romoved without pain. Iltlntons, dis
eased nails nnd all dlrcnsos of tho feot success
fully trcntPd. Forty II 'th ynnr of praotlco;
twenty nlijlith In Washington, 1). 0. A largo
pntromnto enables ohnrHliiR the moderato fco of
SI a slttlnn for putting tho feet In order.
T?rCfiaw. o. MRTznnoTT .t Co., Mus'to
iffis Do.tlcrs ha o r moved from rcnnsyl
vanla nvontto to their now liulldlnir, lilt) V si n
w, threo doors wo't of W. U Mosos & Sons.
Oldest nnd mostoxtcnslve mltslo ostnbllshmcut
In tlio city.
VJrtSpa.THi: UCONOMY OA3 (BOOKING
WS Htovcs a o tho bost reptithtlon. Our
sides nearly dotinlo onnli year on their merits,
IIAVWAllllA lllTTCIIINSON. llutfllton's Hos
ton Polish for Floors nnd Furniture tu tilth
st. Cnoteo Porcelains, etc., for prosotits.
TTpCSailOOAN'S INSTALLMKNT II0U3K.
jv"5SU llavhiK removed to my Now Store,
T.'JD ntnl 7 It Seventh t. n. ,
I nm propared to sod ohinpor than any other
credit liotiso In the elty. Our stock of OAK
PKT8. OILCLOTHS. JIATl'INOS, 1IU09,
HKATINO AND COoklNUNTOVKS, PAllLOIt,
llKDHOOM. DININOItOOM AND KITCHEN
FUllNITUUH Is ctimploto, nnd will bo sold on
Credit cheaper than thoy can bo sold olsowhoro
for cash. Como nnd seo us nnd you will bo sat
isfied that
ailOOAN'H, TRtinnd 7117th St. n. w.,
IS TllK PLVCH TO I)KAL.
All Carpets humilit from us wo wilt mnko nnd
lay on tho floor free of cost.
VhP.FOK SALK-OVF.lt 100 CAUUIAOLS,
WSa btiKIos, vnrnlthert nud painted wk
ons, carpenter's, milk, furnlltiro nnd feed wag
ons, on mommy payments or casn
J. .I.COOK.
:i2l).-,5Ist.
, Georgetown, 1. C
VKSs,SOUTlII!'ltNINVi:STMENT.-4INCOAL,
W'aoi' iron and Timber Lands.
A. K. ItANDLU Iicrs to oill the special atten
tion of persons desiring toiieqiilrostich proiv
crtylnlargoor siunll tracts at tho cry loweot
prices. Full particulars on nppllcatlon. Ad
dress 30;i 7th Bt., n. w., Washington, I). C.
fVCpNOW' IS TIIK TIMK TO DUY YOUIt
W2 coat for tho foil nnd winter. WM. B.
IIODOF, wholesale uud retail (toiler In Wood
and Coul. llaltom prices. Full weight und
measure All under shelter. Givo mo u trial,
Oflico und yard: Twollth, between It und 8 sts.
n. w. Telopliono connection.
TTrtSSs,OFFICi: OF
KySr It.H KVANS, 10.21 Fltnw,
COMMISSION HK OF DUIIDS FOIt ALL
STATES AND TKIlltlTOUILd.
NOTAHY PU1IL1C.
Telopliono Oo'J-it. Hours from o to 4:30.
SPKCIAL NOTICE.
Tho Now York Wntoh Clnb Comnnnv Is now.
In addition to their watch clubs, forming clubs
for Quadruple Plato Silver Tilting Pitchers.
Great reduction In prices. Payments SLOOper
week. Call or address
TIIK Ni:V YOHK WATCH CLUIl CO.,
(ll'7F',t-n-
yfKSbHAVlNG INCRKASKD FAcTuTIKS
klVi for the miinufactory and delivery of
Confectionery, Forolgn nnd Domestic Fruits,
etc., orders wilt be dcllvored promptly. Per
sons wishing orders for Ico Creams, custards,
ices, Charlottes, etc,, for Sunday will p'.oaso
leave thoir orders ns early Saturday as con
venient. anonan w. wkidman,
soil Pa. nvo. s. o.
Y?rSis.NEW MUSIC STORK.AT.fi KINDS OF
VjfrSS sheet Muslo und Muslo Hooks: all tho
fie and 100 muslo published. HKNRY WHITE,
005 7th st. n w. opposlto Patent Olllco.
VNS a,WmTIN(l'S DLT5ACIUNG AND MIL
Wrll llnery cstnhllshmont (now pcrmti
nentlyloontodln our now store), 618 lOih Btn
w, tbroo doors bolow F Bt.
UcS51'
FOR GOOD-FITTING GARMENTS
GO TO
W1I.T.IAM HAltT,
Corner Oth nnd 0 stsn w.,
Under Natlonnl Hotol.
vTpiCONTRACTORS AND I1UILDKRS CAN
Wi . buy Latrobos, Ranfios nnd Furnncos
at low prices at
GEO. E. GARTH KLL'S,
8157thstnw.
Latrobos, Furnaco and Roof ropalrlng promptly
done.
PERSONAL.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS
and answers. PcndlOoto
S. W. FLYNN, A. M . Ivy Institute,
S w cornor 8th and K; sts n w.
TFaTTINBS-WEIAVE THE FINEST LINE
IVI of mattings In tho city, which wo aro selling
below cost, as wo deslro to close ttiotn out
within tho noxt ten days. GATELY & ALD
RICH, 527 7th St n W.
-TlTAIUSIKE.
AUDENMVrilE CELEBRATED
WX Palmist
nnd Clalrvovnnt. clvos llfo
chart, names In full; lovo affairs a specialty;
charms for all affairs of llfo. 1112 G st u w.
rpitY OUR HUTTEUIJiE, AT 20 CENTS PER
A. pound, don't got strong or rancid; keons
better than butter; satisfaction assurod (all tho
year round), or money lofundoJ. Exclusive
control for Washington of tho goods wo soil.
Stalls 328. 320 nnd 330-iomombor tho nnrn
bors Ccntro Market, adjoining Gulden's unit
stnlls. Opon dally till 12:30; Saturday's, all
uuy. jwv aui u m ii w., opon nil uay.
Tolonhono. 013-2. or 1)11
i-r.
WM. U. BUKlH.M.:'.
T7linr ACRES FRESH PASTURAGE AT SI
J; per month for horses, nt Cdrlcton Mills,
near Ulndonsburg. W. W. JACKSON.
Dli.llllNTKU'SllLOOl) I'll.LS CUKES 111,001)
Impurities hi nil Its forms nnd Btugos;
scrofuln, eczema and skin dlsoascs speedily
curod. Also oxoollent for urlnnry and kldnoy
dlsoasos. PrieoSl. For sale nt STANDI FORD'8
Pharmacy, Oth aud F n. w. Open all night.
B.
11. CHAhE, UMDRI'.LLA 3IAKER. ALL
work first olass 411 11th tt. onnosito
inoDiai-oiiice, aim itiiira live,
CAT7TI0X.-ELECTRIC1TY IN UNSKILLED
hands Is positively dangerous. For IB
yoars I havo mado It n special practice, and nm
curing various dlsonsos, norvous and mental,
ovarian and ntotlno, spinal dlseaso, tumors, par
alysis, sciatica, sloeplossncss, numbnesH, oto.
Strletuies curod, hairs or wens removed from
faeo. References: Washington euros. 1)U. L.
8. NICHOLSON, 001 12th st n w, corner F.
NEW YOUK lNTIlLLlQExUi: OKFIClfAND
Room-Rontlng Ageitoy FIrst-olnss liolp
for hotels nnd private lamllles. Call at olllco,
DOlOBtnw.
JOUASUl'EUIOU 15 OK 25.CKST MKALGO
to tho LE DROIT DINING-ROOMS; elnm
soup Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Fildays. 812
F st n w.
-)EA1) FIM.El'SCI'rr SPECIAL FROM DUE
I) letlnNo. 13, Division of Chemistry.
'mm: wouiii) no movk."-ri:jiemiikr
J. tho "Terrestrial Clock." RAMSAY bus
cut-tho prlocs; Witches cleaned, 81: first class
mainsprings, warranted ono year, 81: nil olook
and Jewelry work at tho lowest prices in tho
city; wo defy competition, 1221Fstuw.
DOtl COLUltS ENGRAVED AND RAZORS
shnrpoied frco. WALFOKD,
-187 Pa nvo n w.
-rvUEhSJUKINU-MRS.E. A. POWER, AGENT
j loruu noon juugio tsoaio; lnsirueuon, so;
uncrai uiseouni looiUDSoftnrcoor rami).
J01B
8th st n w.
mllK WOIAX'K DAILY TLIIHLMi EOR SALE
J. byT.S.Kelly.liniQBtn wiprlco lOcents
per set, dQlvered In uny part of the city.
rnuouMits to .iiiiasuri:, s.i.-no to sm
1. Spoo'nl prlcos. WM. 1)11 M0TT, 1110 F
st n w, Ajentj Towor Hall, Plilludelphla.
J7 11. lOUXti'S STEAM CARPET-CLEANING
L1 . ant llonovatlng Works. Feathers runo
vated, MittrossesmiuIoovor.Furnltuio stcumod
biidMotisdostroyed, 3122 Pu nvo u w. Fue
U)rj eoinointh nud K sts s'o,
nllAltVI.N'IiEY'H CITV SPECIAL FROM DLL
XXi letln No. 13, Division of Chomlsti y.
-,rAftAlli: AXI) E1,K0TKICAL TREATMKM'
iJL br tho rollef or pnln and tho euro of
montnlaud physical depresSilon, weakness ncr
yous ulcetionsnntl ilihiuledlbeases; all kinds
ot batls for tlio euro tif ehroulo dUeaaes: lady
aitemiini. lur luuiun, eiiyroierenensj ovoryiulng
lltst-ohsn; boIo ngent fur tile eelubr.ited llerllu
Electile Delta for rhoujiiHtlKin oipoclully. room
unci bond for patlmils whilo under treatment.
BR. 1'A'p ETT, 1 320 Oth st H W,
mitOf LAUKnitY,
'X Hit) 0 street n w.
llrnneh Offlcu. 1212 Pu. nvo
Collirs and Cuffs u speulalty, at 20c. per do;
ShlithlOacuoli.
Gools called for and dollvered at any part ot
thecty. . '
OIIST-CLASS 3IKU.S EOR 2!S0. DELL'S
U '.nteriiutlonal Dining and I.tinoh Rooms,
nil) 7a uvon w. Roard und rooms, 81 and Sl.BU
per thy.
EUII) FIKMil'H CITV SPKCIAL FROM I1UL
letln No, 13, Division of Chemistry.
f7 SALE-STOCK. FIXTURES AND GOOD
wlllofOroottry storo. Apply on promises,
SALE
111 of G
corier 12th ami Houmhiry sts u w.
CWSTIPATllLN ClMtlll) RY TAKING CLARK'S
ConBtlpallon fmoi no merotiry; purely
eotuble, Ageuey, WARE'S EUbltt IIouso
DriK Storo.
nSORAVKD I'LA'IK, $1) PRINTING ."50 VI8
Jj Itlngourds from mime. Ifle; piluUtuj 1U0
vjpltlnB tiiirtlf fpm tho mime, 7rio; llthogmph
oicek oooks mudr to oidor.
J. L. KLHVAND, 1012 fa nvo n w.
ft1
EXCURSIONS,
BKY RIDGE,
ON THE CHESAPEAKE.
Tho most cfimploto In all Its nppolntmonts of
nny resort on Cliosnponko Hay
or Potomac Klvor.
MUSIC I)Y TTZBT.'H SIIMTARY HAND.
riltST-OLASS IIK8TAFKANT UNDHR NHW
MANAGKMHNT.
Trains loavollnlllmoronnd OliloDopot, Wnsli
Ington, nt II a. in., 1-Jlonntl l:!t(p.m. Sundnys,
10 n. in., 2:10 a-jd U.-00 p. m.
KolurnliiR, lenvo Jlav llldgo 11:15 n. m.,0:IO
nnd 8:!1U p. in. Hundoys, V2 noon, fl nnd I) p. m.
HOUND Tltll', $1.
Tickets on snlo at It. and O. Ticket ofllccs,
Oil) nnd 1!151 Ponnti nvo., nnd nt depot. On
Sunday nt depot only.
Trnln leaving at 1) h. in. weok dnys will con
nect with the Mammoth Steamer Columbia,
(10 MILKS UP TIIK HAY
To Dnlllmoro and rotnrn, nrnvlng nt Hay
Jtldgc nt r p. in., nllowlng jisssongcrs taking
tho trip four hours at tho Itldgo. Faro only
30 conts round trip.
HY RIDGE,
THIS WEEK.
AUGUST It), 21, 22-AUGUST
A grcnt flroworks drama. A mechnnlcal py
rotechnic dramatic representation of tho grout
Nnvnl llattlo between tho Monitor nnd Mcrrl
mao. Tho gicalost Open-Air Kotortulumcnt
nnd most extenslvo show evcrglvcu in America.
A genuine novelty.
ioo PEIiSONS
too PERSONS
Etigngod in tho Roprcsontntlon.
Tlio drama shows scenes of hlstorlo tntorest
Inn most llfo-llko Mid thrilling mimnor. Tho
great combat between tho world-rcuowncd
Ironclads, tho
MOMTOIt AND 3ir.Itni.lIAC,
And tho famous warships, Cumberland, Con
gress, Minnesota and Roanoko.
During tho notion ot tho drama tho ships sail
nnd steam nbout. nro exploded, burned nnd
sunk. Fort bombarded, Tho whole forming a
scries of picture, exciting, dazzling, Drllllant
and Instructive.
NO EXTRA CHARGE. NO EXTRA CHARGE.
Trains lenvo ). nnd 0. Depot 1) n. m., 1:30 nnd
-1:20 p. in. Sundays, 10 a. m., 2:10 and 3:30
p.m.
ROUND TRIP FARE, $U
pOLONIAL 1IEACI1.
SALT WATER BATHING
STBKMBR
75RROAnS7VtITH
From Sovcnth-st. wharf. 8:15 n. m. Thrco
hours at Roach. Homo 0:30 p, m.
CELEDRATED ROLLER COASTER
And all other Populnr Amuscmonts.
GOOD DINNER AND LUNCH
On Steamer und nt Hotel.
MUSIC AND DANCING ON STEAMER.
Fare, round trip, OOo. Children. 2,"io.
aW. IEH STEA3lF.lt CECILK, THAT WILL
nccommodtito 200 pcoplo, mnkos hourly
trips to Holtzmun's and Upper Itlver bindings
from 1) am to 10 nm. Round trip, 15o. Alt
kinds of ploasuro boats for hlro at tho samo
whuif.
JOSEPH PASSKNO, 3131 Water st.
VTEW FAMILY RESORT.
CITY VIEW. CITY VIEW.
STEAMER FLORENCE
Eeavcs ovory hour, from 10 u. m. to 10 p. m.,
from her wharf.
RUreshments ntclty prices.
ROUND TRIP. 15 CENTS.
w
EEKLY EXCURS10SS
Atlantic City,
Cape May and
Sea Isle City.
COMMENCING ON
FRIDAY, the 20th Instant,
And continuing until further notice
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY
Will soil oxourslon tickets to tho above men
tioned points
irVlIKY FRIDAY
AT 83 FOR THE ROUND TRIP
Tickets will bo good going only "on train leav
ing Ualtlmoro nnd Potomao Station ntllu. m
and to rotum by nny regular train, except
Limited Express trains, until and Including tho
following Tuesday.
TV,rourT ykrsosi
SSL MOUNT VERNON I
MOUNT VERNON 1
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th-st. Wharf dally (oxeopt Sunday) for
MOUNT VERNON
At 10 o'olook u. m,; returning, roaches Wash
ington nbout 3:30 p. m.
OUTIIlfidLRS SAIL AND ROW I10ATS FOR
hlro, RAYNOR'd, toot Oth st. s, w.
V
ALLEVFOIllli: AND DIXIE MAKLS HOURLY
tilns to Holtzmnn's. Dlxlo nnd unnor river
binding. Flist trip, I) a. m.; last, 10 p. in.
Round-trip, Ifio. Pleasure boats of nil kinds
for hliont boat-house. .JOHN CUMDEULANl)
& SON, foot of 11 st. n. w., nnd foot of High st,
n. w. Telopliono call, 503 2.
.
jlTAHSIIALL HALL.
STEAMER-wTw. CORCORAN
Leaves ut 10 a m. for Marshall Hall, leaching
Washlng'on nt -1 p. m.
SUNDAYS
Steamer W. W. Coieornn will mnko threo trips
to MnrsliHll Hall during tlio summer months,
leaving at 10:30 a. in., 2:30 p. m., and 5:30 p.
m Touching Washington ut 2, n, nnd 0:30 p. in.
f'U'-To nceommoilutn tho publlo, on Friday,
juiyo, ami oniuriiay. .iitiyv, mm every iTiuny
anil Kiiiiiruny
thoro.'itter (tiling tlio summer
months,
tho steamer will mako two trips to
Marshall Hull, leaving at 10 n, m, nndthlo p.
in., nnd reaching tho city nt 4 p. m. and 10.30
p. m.
Flrt olass catering In dining room nt tho Hull.
Lunch, eoffeo, mill;, buttermilk, Ice, fruit, etu.,
bttpplled excursionists.
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25 CENTS.
HOI FOIIOHEAT FALLS AND OARIN JOHN
llrldgo. Stoam Pnokot Excelsior makes
herrcguhir trips on Sunday, Monduy, Wedncs
day nud Friday, leaving High street und Canal,
Georgetown, nt 8 n. in.
Faro, fioo. round trip.
STEAMBOATS.
pOR .NORFOLK, OLD POINT AND THE SOUTn.
StotunorGEOROE LKARY loaves Winhlngtoii
Monday, WoduoMluv nnd Friday, utfi p m.
Stoatnci- LDY OV THIS LAKE, Tuosdav,
Thursday nnd Saturday, at f p. in., from Sixth
Street Wharf.
htentnor Loury lands ut Plnoy Point going and
returning.
Ludy of tho Lake lands at Corn II old Harbor
and Colonial lleaeh on Saturdays Etoamor
lrom Washington dully, InoltidlngHundays, until
further notice. Sunday ut I) p. in,
Furo, Kiturdoy oxourslon, return Monday 7
a. m 83 round trip.
Connections muclo ut Norfolk with Old Do
minion Steamship Compnur for Now York.
Knox and Lloyd Express will cull and check
bnggugo ut hotels nnd private residences.
Telopliono onll Loury, 715 3, Moseley, 01.
Furo, 2.
W. P. WELCH. Sitpt. P. B. Co.
GEO. P. PHILLIPS, Supt. I. & S. 0. Co.
DUNTISTHY.
D" iln.t.mawlv,"i)i:nti8t,1'oiiieTily of
IK st, hasrotnocd his oflleo to 1201 Pa
live, ooi tier 12th st. Coenlno and gns given,
D 11. STARK PAKSONK, DENTIST,
lit ti bt, cor E it w.
First olass (Whig a specialty. Aching teeth
saved. A local umosthetlo used on thogmns al
leviates ttio pain of extracting.
PR.,.
J'lrst-cli
J. A.3PLEAN, DENTIST.
7211 1 nn Bill w.
dnss work ut moderate nrlunn. (told und
Am.ilgum Filling, Aitltlel.il Ci'iwns perma
iiontlvuttnohed to roots. Gold-lined Rubber
Pliitcit; sutisttiotiun Rtiuruuteod. Geutlo treat
ment assurod,
DR. OUKi:, DENTIST.
71BI4thstuW.
Teeth extracted without pain, by uhlol local
iitui)iiiitlon prepared uud used only by nm.
Teeth tilled. HI, t'eifeut littini; seta of urtlllulul
teeth, Opciutlous ijuaiuulcod.
AMUSEMENTS.
ATF.1V KATIOSAL 1IIEATIIK.
OPENING OF THE RKOULAR BEATON
Monday Evening, Aug, 27,
-WITH
DUNCAN R. HARRISON'S MILITARY MELO
DRAMA, x THE 'PAYMASTERS
Tho greatest of nil American Successes'.
MAGNIFICENT SCENERY,
THRILLING WATER EFFECTS
AND A SUPEItl) COMPANY.
SaIo of scats Thursday morning.
p RAMI) TOUUNAMUNT A5I) LA1TX I'AIITI
Will bo given nt tho
HIGHLANDS, ON THUD. AND O. IL R NEAR
HLADENSIIURG,
ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1888,
For tho hnnolltof thoEastorn Dispensary, Capi
tol Hill.
Clay-1'lgoon Shooting nt A p. in., conducted by
Um Capital City Gun Club, opon to nil compet
itors. PrIo ton exhibition at Gait's): 1st, Silver
Water Pitcher uud Goblet.
2d, Sllur Champagne Cooler.
3d, Leather Medal.
Athtrtlo Sports by momborsof tho Columbia
Athletic CIuK
DIoyclhiR by the Washington City IJloylo Club.
Lawn Tennis. Rowling, Illlllards, Ttirgot
Shooting nud other amusements, ending with ti
Grand Hall.
Totirnamont Riding will begin nt 3 p, m.
Frizes (on oxhlbltlon at Rcekor's): 1st, Im
ported English Huddlo.
2d, Handsomo Douhlo-ltoln Drldlo.
3d, Doublo-Mountod Iluggy Whip.
ORATORS.
Hon. T. K. TARSNEY of Mlchlgnn, chargo to
tho Knights.
Hon. CHARLES K. HOOKKK of Mississippi,
Cotountlon address.
Marshal, .Mr. WM, E. HUHFOHD.
MIDNER'S 11RASS AND STRING RAND.
Rofroshmcnts on tho grounds.
Admission to grounds, 50o.
Chlldroo, 2So.
Trains leavo 11. nnd r. ilnnnt nt R:30 a. m. nnd
12:10, 3.3U, .1:35, 0:30 und 0:15 p. in. Round
trip tickots, 20o.
battle" ofsThTloh
IS NOW OPEN,
FROM 9 A. M. to lo P. M.
2 blocks south of Treasury Untitling.
IJtDEL'.S hUMMEK flAUDE.V,
J 703-710 Estnw.
TO-NIGHT,
GRAND CONCERT
n r
PnOF. C1IR. ARTH'S ORCHESTRA.
s
CIEMIFIO AXI) EFFECTIVE SPARKIMi.
Tho most beneficial of nil exorcises tnuchtbv
Prof. ,7.0 Collins. Lessons in dumb boll nnd
Indian club oxorolses taught. Prof. Collins will
nlso givo Natural Magnotlo Treatment nt his
residence, 700 2d st n w.
EDUCATIONAL.
M;
EDICAL DEPARTMENT.
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY,
WASIUWUTUN, J). U.
Thofortloth session of this Medical Collego
wl 1 begin on MONDAY, Octobor 1.1 H88. In tho
now and well equipped oollogo building, II
street, between Oth and 10th streets.
For announcement und further particulars ad
dress G. L. MAGRUDER, M. D Doan,
81o Vormont nvo.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Threo entlro floors. Nutlonal Hank of tho
Republic Uulldlng. cornor 7th nnd D sts. n.w
Day and evening sessions. Young men ncd
womcu practically trained for solt-support, and
useful lives. Flvo courses Tho Practical uusl
ness Course, Btonogruphy, Typo-Wrltlng and
Grnphophonc, Pitman Shorthand, Practical
English llranches, Dolsarto School bf Expres
sion, ScholaBtta yoar begins Jlondav, Septom
tembcrl). Collego opous for arrangements on
und after Monany, August 27. Send for now Il
lustrated Announcement.
HENRY C. SPENCER. LL.R., Prlnolpnl.
MRS. SARA A. SPENDER, Vico-Prlnolpal.
MARTYN'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE,
AM) SCHOOL OF TKLEI1RAPRY AKDTiPE-
WRITING,
313 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST,
Nonr City Postofllco,
Roopons 8EPTEMHER 10. Colorod studonts
not admlttod. FRANCIS G. MARTJN, Prcs-
blent; O. K. URNER, A. M. 0. E., Principal: J.
C. WEEDON, Asslstunt; MISS II. H. WEIR,
Typo-Wrltlng;
J EDICAL AND DENTAL DEPARTMENT, NA
iX tlonal University. Tho fifth nnmial
courfo of lectures will begin MONDAY, Octobor
1, 1888, and terminate April 30, 1880.
For announcement and Information npplyto
II. II. DARKER. 51. D., Deun.
1110 Hstuw.
Tclophono, No. 7
N'
ORWOOI) INSTITUTE SELECT SCHOOL
FOR GIRLS. Annlv nt 1407 Jfass. avo..
-.. -.. ... -. ....! , t i -. '
mt, aim jira. v.i. (JAIW.L.L., rnnoipiua,
For
Summer Hoard nnd Tuition address 51RS.
S. W.
hai.sey, Norwood, va.
FREDERICK FEMALE SEMINARY
Will reopen SEPTEMDER 11,1888. Delightful
sltuutlon, bcnutlfiil country, hcalthtul ollmnto,
pure mountain water, ologant bulIdliiKS, oxcol
lont teachers, nil nppolntmcnti of tho very bost.
For catalogues address
W. II. PURNELL. LL. D.,
Frodorlek, Md.
Referonees: Rov. Wm. A. Dnrtlott, D. D,: U.
S. Senator E. K. Wilson: Hon. Thomas 51.
llrowno, M. C; Gcnornl J. J. llartlett, Ponslon
Riirenu.
SPEN ALL SUMMERS-ACADEMY OF FINE
ARTS, 801 E st., presided over by5lRS.
OGIiNK R. JfOURKLL. who has had twuivo
medals nnd studlod 15 yours In Europe with the
mosteolobrntcd nitlsts, To provont. ohlldrcu
forming cnrcloes habits of drawing, thoy will bo
received Saturdays, ut -l yoars of ago nnd up
ward, for almost nothing. Instruction In overy
brunch of nrt, from Drawing of nil kinds to
Portraits nnd Historical Painting. Evening
I'lusucs for ladles nnd gontleraen, .Mondays una
Wcdncsdnys ut 7 o'olook.
M'llONALD.KLLlS' SCHOOL, CORNER MASS.
avo nnd 17th st, Wushlngton, 1). C.
Second session, Fob. 1, 1888.
Miss Cutchcon's Evoulng Travel Class will
begin Fob. 20, 1888.
Tho first lecture on American Lltoruturo by
Pi of. Lincoln, Feb. 14, 1888.
For Information address tho principal,
SUSS ANNA ELLIS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
gANANA CIDER,
TART, COOL, REFRESHING -xj
Mado from tho Jtilco of Rlpo Rananns and enr
bonutod. Ituffotdsouo of tho most ugteenblo
uud hculth-glvlng summer drinks.
Cocoa Tonic.
When exhausted by heat or oxci I Ion, nothing
Is so quickly reviving us this delightful drink of
Cocou.
MEXICAN SHERBET
An oxnulalto combination from the troploat
fruits of .Mexico. Uu draught at tho Sodu ioiin
tulu nt
THOMPSON'S
DRUG STORB,
703 Fifteenth Street.
PEERLESS DYES
Aro tlio 111 i
&OUJDYDIIC0UUXS.
SUMMER RCSOIVTS.
tjMUlKST INN,
Foroit (.leti Station. 11 A O R. R 0 mlM
from W'anlilr.cliin, U now oikiii, umior tin1 m.i I
ngetneutaitd pergonal snpervl-d.ni of F. Tonm V
nnd W, II Crosby of tin Natlonnl Hotel V
new house, with all modern Improvement'.
For Information In regard to rate, etu , r.ddru-'t
F.THNNUY .t Co., pmm-lutors. Forest Gleit,
Md or Natlonnl Hotol, WushliiEton, D
JP'iney point
HOTEL,
On the Potomac River
N'cnr Cliesnpouko Uuy, Md.,
NOW OPEN.
Delightfully situated on tho brOad, bright
waters of tho Lower Potomac, near Chcsapoako
Day, nnd resting on a ploturcsquo und plno-clad
beach, Is Pinoy Tolnt, commanding nwonlthot
marine vlo ws soldom oqunlcd. Hero Naliiro has
displayed hor handiwork most lavishly In long
strctchos of. River Vlows, Romantlo Llttlo Rays
nnd Charming Inlets, whilo tho udjacont coun
try Is rloh In legendary loro. Its towering und
health giving pines, Its sunny Blopos and lovoly
vistas, togother with Its flno bathing and fish
Ing, has inndo tho grand old bench n favorlto
resort for moro than half ncontury.
Tho Invalid or tho convnlcscont, ns woll as
families, wilt find hero nil tho comforts of
homo, combined with tho attractions and bono
lltsofti First-Class Seaside Resort.
II HEW ADD SPACIOUS HOTEI
Has heen oroctcd, nnd newly and handsomely
furnished throughout. A number of neat cot
tages havo been built mid other oxtenslvo Im
provements added.
t;he table
Will bo supplied with nn nbundanco of sea food,
together with tho best that tho Washington,
Norfolk nnd Ualtlmoro maikcts nfford. Norfolk
boats stop dully nt tho Point.
Tho Lake Is supplied with a Hoot ot rowboats
for tho accommodation ot ladles, froo ot cost.
Games and amusements of overy kind pro
vided for tho ontcrtnlnmont of guests.
Profossor Ropottl's Urnss and String Muslo
has been ongagod for tho soason.
A good Livery, nt roasonublo rates, will ba
kept on tho promlsos.
Fishing und Crabbing unsurpassed.
Steamer LEARY leaves for tho Tolnt Mon
days, Wednesdays nnd Fridays.
Steamer LAKE on Saturdays and Stoamer
SUE on SundayB at -l o'ploek p. m. Leaves Bal
timore Fridays atl p. m.
THOMAS AV. WILLIAMS,
Manager.
For terms, apply for circulars nt
WASH, B. WILLIAMS',
Corner Sevonth nud D Sts. N. W.
Wei B. Williams k Sons,
PROPRIETORS.
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
Tin: aomi:,
KENTUCKY AVE.,
And directly on tho Reach.
MRS G.W.STODDARD.
mm! CnAIil'ONTK.
Thoroughly heated. Hot und cold soa-wntor
baths. Extcnslvosungaltorics. Elevator. Opon
Fobruury to Ootobor.
E. ROBERTS A SONS.
DRY GOODS.
Johnson iei Luttfell,
WE ARE RECEIVING
Fall and Winter Goods
And havo to mako room, and In consouuenoe
will sell all SUMMER DRESS GOODS, PARA
SOLS nnd LiailT-WEIGHT UNDERWEAR at a
liouvy reduction In price.
Now Fall Ginghams, at 10, 120.
NowSattcon-, 12)o.
Now Fail Prints, 7, 8, 10c.
NowTykoon Reps 15o
Wohavoftlotof Blankets that woroloftovei
which can ho bought at u tavlng from (0o to
82.50 per pair.
Bargains in ovory dopartmont.
JOHNSON & LUTTRELL,
713 Market Space.
"Wm. R. Riley,
Corner Ninth nnd E Streets Northwest,
Is closing out ull kinds of
DRV ? GOODS
At Vory Rodticod Rates.
E. G. DAYIS.
BLACK DRESS GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
I.uecH und Trimmings,
71Q Market Space, Washington, D. C.
STATIONERY.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale und Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
1 1 IIlRlith St. N. Y near Pu. Avo.
Orders or requests for quotations given per
sonul attention, nnd satisfaction guaranteed In
price und quullty.
BASTON & RUPP,
Comer l'u. Avo. uud llllh St. N, W.
TTTTWlTIlVIft
TfTTI
KITTlMf
MM FADS
, JL'li TAUL.ETS,
ENVELOPES TO MATCH
For Jlorohunts, Bankers, Luwyors,
Tourists nud Elltu Correspondence.
CARD ENGRAVING AND DltlNTING.
BLANK HOOKS. BLANK BOOKS.
ATTOIINEYS-AT-LAW.
pAJU'llKLL OAURINGTON, ""
Attorney-at-Law,
Barbour Law Building -100 La. Ave.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Residence, No, 1218 II st. Northwost.
PROVISIONS.
8. 1,, WlI.t.KlT.
8. II, GlYTNNB.
CIRCLE MARKET.
Vuriiiotit iivo, uud Lst, 11, w.
Cho'eoGioecrles, Meats unit Prov:slons,
Thu Host (loodx ut the Lowest Ptlces,
Marketing delivered frco.
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