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THE WASHINGTON CIUTK1, WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 22, 1HHK.
3 WASiiiN(rroN(,Rrn( NKWS 01' Tllli DA(. llccont lliippnnlngs of Interest Condensed for Ilnsly Heading. Tim lUulit Rev. Hnmiipl S. llnrrK Msbon of the Protestant Knlscnpnl Dio cese of Allcliiintu, tllftl lint nlKlit In Lon don fiom iv lucent unoiilcclic Ktroki'. lie wuu born in Aluhiimn. ami irniiltiutcit ul, the Unlvoii.il v or Alnlmmii In 18lti, ' IMissiiitf ui pninlwitlnii tin1 tho bar in Hip followiiir vrnr. Arti-r ntiictldltitf law lot Hcvi'titl vi-iirs 1m Iiccninc n candidate foe liolv orders mill wis m dallied ileiieou mid Driest in I Hon. Up lie Id nnntornt-is in Mnittiroincrv. Ala,. Columbus. Uu., Now Oi'lniiiH anil ('tilvniro. In 1878 ho win elected to. the Bishopric of Qttliify, lint dcpllneil. Tluit, vein-, wjtli the Itev. John Full on. lie founded tho Living UliiircH mill wis its editorial inuiiiixci' for nl months. In Sentoinbor. 1871). ho wuh rniihcprnti'd Hlshon of Mifliltniii. lie received the deirrec of J). 1). fiom William ami Mnrv in 1H71. and that of LL. D. from tho tTniversltv of Alahamu iu 1 S7P. Ciipt. Nat. Kinney, famous chipf nml founder of tho IJald Knobbcrs ormuil ul((iii, wns shot mid instantly hilled at Oark, Mo., yesteiday by Hill Miles, an tinli-liiild Knobber. Allies Chcupcd. Tho men have been at tluiwrs' piilnts for two years p-ist. tho ft ml dating from flm tlmo when Kinney uas chief of the outlaw baud and ruled Christian county with iv lod of Iron. Tim men met ut Oiulc, iiuhrrcled and weie K-piirnted, Laics tho (imiciol was renewed, and both drew their weapons itn.l llred sini Ultancously. Kinney was shot thiousli the head, dying Instantly. Allies es caped unhurt. GiiHtiiv Schwab, for many years one of the besUUnowu citizens or Now York, died yesterday. Alri Schwab was born in Stut tgmt, Gunnnny, on November S.'l, 188V. lie panm or i family dis tinguished throuKiiout Uetmany lor Urn literary and sclcntlllo iittalnmentH of many of Its members, and he was senior partner of tlm linn of Oclrloli it Co., lurcnts of tho North Oerman Lloyd line of steamships. A serious wreck occurred ul Oalulale, on the Cincinnati Southern Hnllv.w, ninety miles from Cliutitinoogu yester day. A largo oak tree had fallen across the track from the mountain side and was struck by tho tialn while running lorty miles nn hour. The bugiuigo car, mall car, smoker, Indies' eoacli mid threa filcepurs wimp derailed. None were Jellied, although the seats in tho ladies' coach and smoker weie broken into splinters. Several passengers woro in jured. A stockman in Phoenix, Arizona, of fers to bet a good ranch twelve miles square, huvlng plenty or water and grass uul ISO lraics, value siu.ono; ion two and three-vear-old-colts. St.ooo: loo colts, SU.OOO: six l'eroheron slnlliims, SI, 000 j house, stables and shops, Sl, 000; vlnoviird mid Held with ditches, SII.OCO: total S'.JU.0OO. that Cloveland will bo elected. Tho body or tho man who wns myste riously hhok in Now York Alonday nighti has been lecoeniyed as that of Ferdinand Scmirin", o? Htistcllio, an Italian for", man ot gurhu;!" scowb Bernard Man ning is still held on the chargo of'firlug tho fntiil shot, but thero is no direct evi dence aim lust him. and it is now thought tint he committed suicide. Air. Gnrrctt passed a comfortable dny yesterday and his condition is un changed, lie blent four bonis last night. Thcie has been no decision vet logardlng a house. Mr. .lames Swann Friclc and wife left vesterdav for Alaino on a visit to tho hitter's relatives. A. ,T. Strcator. candidate for Presi tlent of tho union labor party, has de clined tho invitation or liobort, II. Cow drvM candidato of tho united labor uarty, J'or a joint debate. Charles B. Pincros'fi livery stable, at Bar Harbor. Ale., burned vestarduv. A number of horses were mndc to iumj) ilftccn feet to a nlutlorin In tho rear nnd woro saved. The fourth nuiiunl meeting of the So ciety ot.Amcrlcan Florists is being held in New York. Thomas Field. J. II. Small and Archibald Small represent "Washington. Tho interstate farmers' convention as sembled ut Italciuli. N. C, ychtcrdaVi and was called to order by tho presi dent. Col. L. L. Polk, of Unleish. Tho convention renrescnt.s tho cotton States. Prior AIcArdlo fell into tho dust bin ot tho Gcoruiii Chemical Works at. At lanta, Gii. yesterday, and beforo ho could ho rescued he was hinothered to death. An exhibition of American pottery and porcelain will bo Kiven at tho Penn sylvania Aluscum. in Philadelphia, from October 1G to November 1!). A man who had forged a check for $10,000 on the Spanish Bank was ar rested in Havana yesterday. President Carnot. of France, replying to an address, said yesterday that the country was not lost, though enemies havo gained a foothold. The Our has sent his poi trait to Em peror William. llcrr Richter accuses the German of ficial papcis with attaoking and annoy iug Empress Victoria. Mr. John Bright convalesces slowly. The Hovas tiro causing troublo in Madagascar. A lovolt against tho Ameer of Af ghanistan is reported. Elections for the German Landtag will take place about the middle of Oc tober. King Otto, of Bavaria, is sluicing. Supplies havo loft Yanibungii for Stanley I-'lroworlttt at liny ltll(;c. Tho grcntost opcu-nlr oiitcitaiumcnt oyer given in America. 100 poisons, 0 shins en gaged in tlioropicsontiition. No oxtra clmrgo. Round tilp, faro, $1.00. Tho Nnvul Coiuliiit btowcon tho Monitor nnd Marrlmna will bo noitraycd with llfo-llko uccuracy this week nt Bay Hldgo. ltouuil trip, $1.00. No extra clinrgo. i Thointornatlonulgraiiieccil market will open In Vienna ou Augubt 27. Dress the Hair With Ayor's ITalr Vigor. Its elennll noas, bonoflclal effects ou tho scalp, and lusting porfumo coinmond It for uni versal toilet uso. It koops tho hair soft and silken, prosorves its color, prevents it from falling, nnd, if tho hair has beromo weak or thin, promotes a now growth. "To rostoro tho original color of my hair, which had ttirnod prumaturoly gray, I used Ayor's Hair Vigor with en tire success. 1 choorfully testify to tho Efficacy of this preparation," Airs. P. II. Davld eop, Alexandria, La. " Iwns afflicted some throo yonrs with scalp disease. Aly hair was falling out and what remained turned gray, 1 was induced to try Ayor's Hair Vigor, and In a fow wooks tho disease In my sculp disappeared and mv hair rosuinod its original color." (Kov.) S. 8. SlnH, Pastor U, B, Church, St, Bornlco, Iml. "A fow years ago I suffered ihoontiro loss ot my hair from tho effects of totter. I hopod that aftor a tlmo naturo would repair tho loss, but I waited in vain. Many romodles woro suggested, none, howovor, with suoh proof ot merit as Ayor's Hair Vigor, anil I began to uso it. Tho result was all I could havo doalrod. A growth ot hair soon eamo out all ovor my head, and grow to bo as soft and heavy as I ovor had, uml of a natural color, and Jlnnl'J net." J. H. Pratt, Bpofford, Texas. Ayer's Hair Vigor, I'KHl'AltKD I1V Dr. J. C, Aycr & Co,, Lowell, Mass. Gold by Druggists auJ Perfumers. , "Tin: AMinurvN .soiiDinii." An t;x-riiifcilpriito ApiirnvrH ttio 5lntn ri ill tliillillMR 1'rnjrrt. EniToit Ciiitic: Lnt ovfiilntcnfrlomlliniid cd inn n copy ot yoitrycstcrdajr'it Imuo, culling attetilloii to tho nrtlclo heiidcd, "Tlio Amorf emi Sohllfr' Monuincnt," Mgned "Cavalry r'oriis," 'flint caused mo to obtain a copy of lliolssiio ot the 17th Inst. As ono who fought for "the lotf. entiG," permit mo to any I think you will (lad the men Of tho fckmlli ready to Join hand with tho moil of lliu Noith in such uu enterprise. 'I he (irmlrs of tho I'Otomnu nnd Northern Virginia wero friends beforo tho surrrii(lcr,hut 1 cnii novor forgot tlio torms nccorilcd us by General (Irani, nor tlio hhidly treatment wo received whoti coinpollcil to accept tholiospl tnlltles of tlio occasion. When tlio news caino ot Mr, Lincoln's as Jiissluntlmi, not nn unkind word did 1 hear c prcised from a Union soldier toward n Con feikrato. Wo mourned tho death of Air. Lin coln together. Slnco then !20 years hnvo lniiscd and wo nro belter frlonds than ovor till of us i endy to acknowlcdgo that tlirough tho evil of tlio war great good has como to our common country. I think tho inoti of tho Union and Confed erate nrnllo ought to bo able to erect a mo tnorlal building that shall he n ple.lgo to our children for nil time Hint tho Kiiutli and tho North will never again be arrayed acalnst each other. I nm not authorls'od to speak for "II. K. Leo Camp, No. 1, Confederate Veterans," of Rich mond, hut I feci quite sure, fiom what I know of Its sonthncuts, Mint IIh inoinbors would glvo their heart v summit, to such a movement, not. fiom selfish motives, hut In tho truo sphlt of "Fraternity, Charity and Loyalty." I, for ono member ot that cnuip, wculd bo proud to ho a member of a society of veterans composed of tho men who fought each other for more than four long years, A'o bellovcd wo weie right, but when wo surrendered wo gnvo ujf everything hut our capacity for good citizenship. Tlinl wo have maintained, and leave tho Judgment hi tho caso to the men of tlio Union Aimv. I'loiiho add my name to your list ot sub scrihets. Ho sure and send ma your paper, and count upon mo for such asslttauca as I mny ho able to render In tho accomplishment of so worthy and patriotic a puiposo EX-CONPJSDBlUTC. Alexandria, Aug. 23. ASUIUIEON'S HEIIOISM. ltoiiilnlscoucet of Dr. l'orlor nnd tho I.tltlo illir Horn J'lirht. A Dlsmnrck, Dnlt., special to tho St. Paul 1'loncer JVrti says: The doath of Mrs. Br. l'ortcr Inst Monday recalls tlio heroism of hor husband hi tho Little llhr Horn fight. Dr. l'ortcr was ono of tho contrnct surgeons who accompanied tho Terry-Custer oxncditlnn against tho hostlles In 1870. It was Ills for tune to bo with Iteuo's commnnd In tho wood In the "jumblo nt tlio ford," and on tho bluff whoro tho llirht was continued, until rescued by Goncral Terry. In this tight place, whoro Ufa was not worth a straw, Dr. l'ortcr wns called ou to piny a part as physician that en deared l)Im to tho soldiers and stamped him as a mnii ot raro courage. Ho was tho ouly doctor, with a whole hospital ot wounded and dying to look aftor. Tlio others, ofllccrs and men, could lie closo to the giotiud with sorno hope of cscnpo from tho terrible flro of tho Indians, l'ortor had to movo from soldier to soldier nnd take his chances with tho bullets that providentially missed him at every turn ho mndo. Nearly two days of this kind of encounter was his trial. OeneialTorry apprcclntcd his gallant conduct, but Kcuo only saw glimpses of it. Ho did not remember what had hap pened wheu ho was saved by Terry. Slnco tho massacre, and somo tlmo boforo, Dr. 1'oitor has lived In Dlsmnrck, whero ho is a leading physician, rich and com placent. Tho death of Mrs. Porter robs him of a lovely wlfo and takes from a sweot llttlo boy the fondest of mothors. Airs, l'ortor was aMlsi Vlcts of Obcrlln. Ohio, and a Bister of Airs. George II. Falrchlld ot Illsmarck. Tlio Doctor owns a fluo homo In Washington as well as In Illsmarck, and it was bclloved ho had planned to Hvo thero within a few years. Tho Doctor received his medical training In Washington. Xflro Works This Weolc at imy Itlilgo. The remarkable succcsa attending tho llro worlis drama at liny Hideo has Induced tho mauaccrs to continue it this week. Exhibi tions will bo given on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday, tho 10th, 21st anil 22d lustaut, re spectively. This Is undobutcdly tho grcatost pcrformnnco of tho kind over given In this country. It Is not a combination ot colored fires and rockets only, but a plcturo of actual history that will live In tho motnory for Hfo. Thero Is no extra chargo. ISouud-tnn tickets only $1. i Tlio VT. I,. I. Stiiy-iit-IIoinos. A meeting of tho stay-at-homo members ot both tho Washington Light Infantry nnd the Corcoran Cadets will bo held at tho Light Iu fnntry armory this evening at 8 o'clock to malto arrangements for tho reception of thoso who nionow oncampod at Atlautlo City on their return homo noxt Alonday evening. Kxcui-Hlons to Cincinnati, Every Thursday, until August 30 inclusive, tho Baltimore and Ohio ltallrond Company will sell excursion tickets to Cincinnati at the rato ot $18.05 for tho round trip. Tickets will be valid for icturn passago for fifteen days, In cluding day ot silo. Tlio Fnnollilos itoturn. Tho return of tlio National Fenclblcs last night was tho occasion for a demonstration of welcome by the National Itlllcs and Merchant llllles with red flro accompanlmonts and mu sic. A purado was mado up tho Avenue uud supper served at tue armory. Tho monitor and Morrlnino at Bay Kldgo this week. Tho grcatost dis play of fireworks ever given lu America. No extra charge. Hound tilp, $1.00. A ISloyolist Hurt, Willlo Wnldman was run Into by a carriage while tiding a bicycle on North Copltol strout and soveroly lnjuicd this morning. Ho was taken to his homo, at 718 Fifth street north west, in tlio patrol wagon. l'lroworks ut liny lllilgo. Tho grcatost open-air entertainment over given in Amorica. 100 persons, 0 ships en gaged in tho representation. No extrachaigo. ltouud trip, fare, $1.00. "Alilornoy Dairy AVuroiih," I'rcsh Aldcrnoy butter, churned every morn lug and delivered In i lb. "Ward" priuts, rIOc. per lb. Also cottago cheeso, buttermilk and sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream lCc. per pt. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. 0" iriVlllU VCIjCH TAKEN IN r.XOIIAKQE FOR now; siifotlos from S20j llrst-olass ropalrs only; now machines lented; too tho "Jamos" safety; Instruction, " niGIIA5I,005Onw. Jp0l7sU,K-STOCIv7FTxTUltES AND 0001) J will of a fancy and notion storo, doing a good business; reason for soiling satisfactory; a raro ohanco. Addrosa CHANOK, Crltle oflloo. F Oil KAI,K NEW BIOYCTiCS, nALL BCAR- luc; lilsli criulo; Kiiaranteeil; g7o, on payments. CLARK CYCLE CO., 1)08 Va avo. S PKCIAI, I1.VU0ALNS IS SHOIMVOUS AND socoud-liund wnools. CLARK CVOLi: CO., 008 Pa nve. J" JlOlt NA1,K QRAPROPIlONi:, LINOTYPK, Tynocraplilc, ilerKontlialor, DynamogrdpU and Slioihibariror stooks; 11U0 llrowu's .Muguoto Tolephouo nna othor stonks; offers wanted, C11A8. A. BtlliailS. 1000 V at II w. REAL ESTATE. rntios.A.3iiiciii;i,ii, X Real JJstuto llrokor.031 V st 11 w, Room 4. tipoclul atleiitlou paid to tho oxohaiiRO ot all dosoitptlons of real ostnto aad pergonal prop erty, raining stock, oto, BI,r,O.NAltl),HEAL K3TATB I1ROKKR, 107 , ljj st s w, Real ostnto bouabt, sold nud touted. Loans nooMatod. Routs collected. lliMir.uico placed. B K.NJ.P.DAVIS, IK. it i;ai; jjstatb mioiiuu. 1310 P st, adjoining Huu Itulldlng, Suburban property a specialty noowsnisoK noushs. I , . - Pnrtliyt linvlncr linnsrn to rout will find It to tholr advantage to place tho same In the hands of tlioumlonUBiiotl, who kIvos hU personal at tcntlouto tho uollootlon or rents and tho gen oral euro of property Statements luruUhud moutlilKiind Ki'eut euro oxorcUcd 111 boleetln; doilrablutouuuts. , CRAB. K. BNKH, 100J P nt 11 W, With John F. Wugzumau, FOKSALK-BYS, E, LEWIS. IIKAL KSTATE, Loans and liijurunoo. .1!)5 7tli st 11 w Ono lot noxttotho BtioRiioy Alomorlul Ohuiiol. 72x 100 foot, ninth slilo of P st, hut 5th nnd iltlmU n w. Hou other sales In Saturtliiy'it Star. J WANTS. for tho accommodation of the public, Itranoh Omccs havo been ustnhllnlied nt tin Inllowlim placed, wliero Wnntd, Tor Sale, llmrdlnit and ItonuHntid similar udvertisoinunts will ho re ceived: flEOWIKTOWN. Corner TMrty-xeeomt nnd N street llraiieh ofllce of tho Crltle. llrlilffo street, 11131- A. K. Williams's stationary store. WAimiNUTO.S. Pennsylvania avcimo noitlavoit, 17 tl. W. .loyco's claar store. 05 Connecticut nvcmio northwest, 1 100 tolin IV, Drew's tiros store. roitrtccnth street uorthwost, corner V stroot W. Vinson, drug More Tenth street northwest, corner O street It. A, Joliutton's drug etore. flcvonth sticot norlhwojt, corner (J itrcet T. II. I'nnly's driisstmo. First street liorlhwrM, corner II strcot T.M.Hulllvnn's clitarnnd nows stnnd. Klahthstrcnt sontlioist, 7r,l 1!. P. Wollcr's druir store. Seventh street sontliwoM, !ll:l K, ,7, limit's clKiiriind nows stnnd. WANTED HELP. The fottoivinrj rta of atttertlftment. tuch n tlYiiifr. l"or Slt or lltiu ami timllar nnall nolle, fimrUitttorlttt, on lime, '25 cent; two lmvt,.0 rriif; thrtddmtt, 150 cent. WAJiTKII-IMXP-NKW YOltIC lMPI.OY. mont Ofllce ami Itoom-ItenthiK ARonoy; first olos holp for hotels and families. Call allHUHstnw. WANTED-SITUATIONS. 7AMKI)-11V A l'lUSTCLASS WAHHKIl Vt woman, waslilnu to tako homo, or will go out by tho day. Apply at -1 10 N st u w. TXrAMKI-HY A COhOIlIII) WOMAN. PLAOK yV as cook In smnll family; to co homo at iilghL Call nt 2107 h st n w. WAHTi:i)-llY A COLOnEI)-MAN-OP steady habits, plneo as driver or nortor In a storo; rof crenco furnished ai to honesty, oto, Address OlIAb. UIJAIIY, 1131) lr.thst n w. WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS. w ASTKU-TO I1UY A FARM OP ABOUT 200 acres Mittablo for erazlmr nuniosus: lo cated not fnr from the District of Columbia, Address C Crltlooillco. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. w AHTKII-A 'BUS FOR IIOTKL USE; A frnnri. ntvlUb vi.blnln! nnn hnrnn iirn. ferrcd. BELVEDERE HOTEL. "ITTAMTD-IT KNOWN THAT ('. S. BUNDY 1Y or iinsiinave, opp city Hall, U CommH- sinner of Deeds for al 1 in ho ritates and Tcrrl- lories WASTKD-ALL TO KNOW THAT DR. TAY LOR, Hill F st, near loth, makes bcautl fill sots of artificial toett for SH; Kiiarantccd to glvo full satisfaction; oxtraotlns with cai, otilo roform or local nnrcsthotlos, GOo; wlilioiit, 2Go; lining at very low prices, WAKTKn-TIIH PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT F. WALDKCKER A CO,, manaraoturcs musical Instruments and strings; repairing a specialty. 1.117 Oth bt n w. WAJ.TED-EVKRYDODY TO KNOW THAT thoy can get llrst-olass board and lodging ntS25and $30 per month Tho SARATOOA, uiu r st w AKTED-BY A PRACTICAL FARMER, A fnrm to rnnnngo. Address )., Crltle oiuco WANTED-LADIES TO SEE THE CELE bratcd Quadrant Trloyolo; llKbtost nnd rusiest runtilntr wheel oxtant. For ront at CLARK CYCLE CO.'B. OOH Pa avo. WAMKII-OLU GOLD AND B1LVER boiiRht tor cash by WM. FRIEDERIOII, tlio maniitacturlng Jowolor, 005 7th st, opp Pat ent Oflloo WANTED-EV15RYB0DY TO KNOW THAT Rico's Hteatn-CIennlng Works, 400 Italno avo s w, cleans oarnots, renovates feathers, steams mattresses and remakes them; nlso, fur nlturo steamed In the bost manner and at low est prices. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOnilGNT-l OR 2 LAROE FURNISHED rooms on 2d floor, with nil mod Imps; con venient to hcrdlcs, 200-1 Fstnw. F I0R BENT-HOOM-CENTRALLY LOCATED. Inaulro nt NEW YORK LUNCH ROOM. 1)01 O St 11 W. F OR REST-ROOMS. FURNISHED OR UN furnlshod. central location. Call at the Now York Room-Renting Agonoy, 1)01 O st n w. ITIOIt REST-4 NEWLY-FURNISHED ROOMS; JU pormanont If desired: summer rates. OUINDON HOUSE. 021 D st n w. LOST AND FOUND. LOST MONDAY AFTERNOON IN THE ST. Cloud Building a pookot-book containing a sum of money. The finder will bo ro warded by leaving it at Room 22, St. Cloud Building. FOR SALE LOTS. FOR SALE4 FINE LOTS ON CHAPIN ST, 50x150 oaoh; ono onlGthst, near Colum bia road; a choice building site, 50x115. BENJ. P. DAVIS, 1310 F st. I7U)R SALE-VACANT LOT ON U STREET bet 12th and 13th st n w, 85o per ft. In qulro at 2032 12th st n w. J TIOUINVKSTJICST 117.000 SQUARE FEET J onTonnossoo avo, at 11th stn o, sower and water, 17J(j0, worth 25o. Half squaro n e, all shallow lots, high ground, on grado, 31.000 si ft, only 10a. Nlco llttlo lot 20x80, n o. on good stroct, only $100. Cholco lot ou N st n w, 23.07 to wldo alley, near Scott Clrolo, only $2.15. Elegant stable lot, Dupont CIrelo, fronts two (30x15 foot) payod alloys; water, sowor, gas, $1,250, All of above torms to suit. Also lots just across Boundary on small monthly payments. Plenty other bargains. Wll. T. OKIE, Room -1, 1331 F st n w. FOR SALK-CHOICE UNIMPROVED LOTS IN n wsoottonof city; 0,300 foot at cornor of 11th and Q sts; 2,000 toot ou 11th, bet (2 and R sts: 0,300 on P nnd 3d sts, nnd KIOOO tcet on and neur Lincoln ave. just north of Boundary st. Address J. H. ROBINSON, 1111 Q st 11 W. F OR SALE. Kllglblo bulldlnglots,3il,15th, 20th, 21st. sts, N II and R I aves, on F, P, (J, It. S. T and Ilound nry sts n w; also In n e, East Capitol and s o sec tion, at Investment prices. J. II. GRAY & CO., Cor 7th nndF. F OR HALE. On -ltb st. bet A and B s o. 20.8 ft front hv 52.(1, 13-luch party wall Included; por sn ft, $2. On 11th st, hot TandU nw, a beautiful lot, 21 (1x03; por so ft, OOo. On R st, hot 13th und 1-lth u w, flno 3-story and collar. 8 rs; press brlok, with all couvonl onocs. lot 20x100: prlco only 810,000, Sixth st, near u n o, good 2 story nndbaso mont, 7 rs, all m 1; $3,700. Nw cor loth und Curollno sts n w, a lino 1-1-room brlok, lot 17 0x70; prlco $7,500. Send for new hullotln of farm and country properties. MACaOWAN & 0A5IPRELL, 1008-1010 Fst n w. MONEY TO LOAN. M OS Et ALWAYS ON HAND TO LOAN ON real estate uoourlty at lowost rato or In terest. M. M. PARKER, 1-UbFbt. MOhET TO LOAN ON IMPROVED CITY REAL estate. McLACIILAN ii BATCHELDER, 12'25 F st 11 W, M( ONEV TO I.OAX IN SUMS TO SUIT. Lowost rates. No doiay. F. II. SMITH & SON. lB'J'J F st n w. MONET TO LOAN ' At lowest rates of Interest on roa! estate security. THOMASJ. FISHER & CO., 13i!t FbUiw. $10 ,000 10 LOAN 80,000 81,000 S'J.OOO 81,000 ON REAL KSTATE. NO DELAY. P, A. DARNEILLE, l'JUO F st. M' ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE AND other llrst-olass securities. A. r, fAJIIJUN, llPJOFst. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR llrst-olass seourltlos at lowost rates of In terest, Nodolay whoro secuilty Is goodj 303 7th st n W. DOAnDING. f AIKiE. COOL, FlIRNISIIED ROOMS, WITH lj Hut class hoard at $'.r nml $30 pu' iiioiuli, cool illulug room audpulitu utteutlou, The aARATOQA, 010 P Bt U W. FOR HENT-HOUSES. nvr i NKUHNI8HR11. Fl 17 U nyettasn. 18 rs... S30O 0) 1TJI 'inmnw, lflM, rnriw -tnblo lu ma I . OflOOO Pidiw, l'J r . J'25 0(1 lViftlohistnw.ir, ri 116 00 4H'2l)Rtii w. 1A IOO o Klllllsf sf nw.lJl r 101)00 Hun w, 12 r 10000 nasi si 11 w, 12 rs 10000 inntBHtiiKtn w, lirs B( 00 JbiiRftlMist. 11 rs 75 00 lit, ,11 ft,,, mt ,1 t. 70 III) 17(1 ibonn arc, 11 rs.... 210nilhst 121711 stnw, 11 rs II l'J XY avo 11 w, 10 rs. lUOjlUtti st 11 w.lOrs... 1.127 OH 11 w, llrs .... iriitanilistn w, 10 r. 210 l-lthst 170) M st n w, 0 rs 20t(U,iicnr Q. 10 rs... 1-llSNslii w, llrs D171N Ynvon w. lilrs.. ., .,.,. ,.. 22IFN .1 nvo s 0, i) rs - mi V" lDlfnd'inou w,l) r.s (I() 00 lUUliriistn w, on no on 1UM iiihstn w. lors nooo 173 totiist.iirs mi 1111 2124 1 itli at, f) r 50 00 171'jNstnw, 8rs .. 50 0(1 11 10 I lib st nw, JftO 8tn w.t) r ir.'jlostn w,8 r JIKlMtlist n w. Uibstn w, 10 rs no mi rs on no rs 50 00 10 rs 5000 r.ii sin w, ti rs, ,., 00 702 Ust nw,8r.s.. 45 00 (117 lltlisHi w,7rs 10 00 nun Coroirnn st. 10 rs -10 on nimstoujiiiiou st u 07 i:i7(Mists w, 11 rs 1000 rum jutiism w,d n 1000 JlotiMihstn w, 10 r.s 40 00 imUillliusfttnw.Urs "5 '"' i5!ioui)iiistnw,7 is tin 00 lliotntli ft 11 w, storo and dwg 35 00 12137th stn w.l) rs 35 00 KHIRstn w.Krs 35 00 lniupstn w, 10 rs 35 00 1121) Hut II W.O rs 27 50 1507('nmllnosl,Ors 25 00 12KI1 Jiscn w. 7 rs , -o .111 1131 Plorco Placo, 7 rs . 20 00 KI3H 17th st ti w, llrs KI32-I (i 17th stn w, 10 rs 1 702-1(1 R si. nw. 10 rs Tboabovo hoiiacs can bo oxiiinhind by permit from our offl co only. TlIOMASJ. l'lSlIRIt .t CO., 1;,'J l F st n w, TOR RKYr-HOtJBES. 2000 Q stn w, ors, ml, now 850 00 OOUNJstnw.ll rs.ml 35 00 3317 N stn w, 10 rs, ml 35 00 3I32P st.nw,7rs, ml.... 27 50 3510 Prospect avo n w, 7 rs.ml 25 00 3203 i st 11 w, 10 rs, and store, ml 25 no 182033d St. (J r.l.m 1 20 00 3117 to 20 O st 11 w. Ors and bath 17 50 STORBS. 12()0 32dHtn W..M $75 00 1202 32dst 11 W, 35 00 3210 31 stll W i... 50 (10 3210 M st n w, storo and lints 50 00 STABLES. 2 Slasonlo Hall alloy 80 00 0. II. F10KLINH, 1201 32d stn W. FOR RKST-130 EAST CAPITOL ST, CON tabling 0 rooms; water nnd gas; prlco $30 In advance; key at 115 1) st s e. IS VEST 87.500 IN SMALL BRICK HOUSES. J well rented; sure to pay yuu S750 per year; inav nay you Sl.wO nor yenr. Addioss 1:, S. COLLAMEIt, 2 105 Pa avo n w. I 7I0R RlT-?25 IN ADVANCE' ROOM prcsscd-nrioit. uny-wludows: all mod inns: cllt nnncrod nnd honied tnroiiKboilt; In- closed p.fkln?; cornor ltlthuud Iloundnry sts n w; nrst ciuss nciKiioornoou; Koy iioxl uour. F OR RENT. 225 Punn avo. 3-storv brick. 0 rs and storo $10(1 75 1108 Kith st, 3-story brloK, 8 rs 55 oa 1505 Tut, 3-story brlok, Ors 35 00 1527 Tst.3-9toryb rick. 0 rs 35 00 12HWyllostno.2storybriok,Ors.., 11 00 12 10 WylloBt n o,2 story brick, 5 rs.. 1100 0 rm cottnacs on Columbia Rolghts,... IB 00 FURNISHED. 1523 Corcoran st. 3-story brick, 0 .s.. .. $55 00 1537 U st, cor 10th, 3-story, double) house, 13 ri 150 00 M.JI. PARKER, 1118 F St. E OK REXT DESIRABLE STORE AND dwelling, 400 O st n w. LOUIS P. SHOEMAKER, 1)20 F St. FOR SALE HOUSES. F OR SALE-HOUSES-PARTIES DESIRING to nurebnso nro lcciuostou to solid or oall for list of houses for nala: I linvo a largo nnm- her, nil bIts. Ui:U. W, IAKK1NH, loth and llstsnw. ITUMl SALE-SUITABLE FOR A HOME OR 1 paying Investment 1251 Oth st n w; 10 rooms, two baths, etc., all In comploto order; nlso small brick, 152 F st it o, 0 rooms, bath, cellar, oto,, and Is now renting so ns to pay 8 porcont. us an Investment; prlco 82,750. ALBERT F. FOX. 020 F st n W. fiWR KALE-NO. 2014 II ST. N. W. 8 ROOMS; 1 mod Imps: lot 20.3x1 40.10 to good nlloy; lot Is worth nearly tho prloo asked; houso in perfect order; ronts for $37.50; vory cheap; price $5,500. GEOROE W. LINKINS, 10th and II sts n w. IJ10K SAI.EHOUSES. 2000 Qstuw, bh.Ors, now $7,500 3024(1 st.bh.Ors 7.000 3514 Prosnoot nvo, h h. 10 rs 7,01)0 3050-58 Jlst.b hand storo 0.0(H) 1237 30th st, b h, 0 rs 5,000 1302 30tll St. Ors 5,000 3I07Nst,bh, 10 rs 5.000 3250Nstnw, bli, Org 4.000 310(1 Nst, bb, ors, in 1 3,250 3512 P st, h h, I) rs 3,000 182(1 28 33d st, (I rs 3,000 3200 H Nst, fh,7rs 3,000 M1U Until st. f h,7 IS 2.500 Tho nbovols only u portion of tho property on ray books. Call for list. C. II. FICKI.INO. 1201 32d stn w. FOR SALE AND RENT. REAL ESTATE BULLETIN -V or THOS. E. WAOOAM AN, 017 V Stroot. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 1301 K stn w, bh. ml 4()0JlBtnw, hli. ml. llrs U23 and 025 H st li w and 5 houses In roar, b li 1312 Vt avo n w, n h. m 1, 13 rs R st. hot 13tli and 14th n w, h li, 11 rs 1730 II Ht u w.l) h,10 rs 415 3d stn w. b li. ill I. 11 rs .$30,000 . 22.500 ,. 22,000 . 10,000 .. 13.000 12,500 12,501) 207 G stn w, bh.ml, 10 rs 8,(100 2u;i;s it stn w, ou, mi, x'-irs b.iiuu TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR HALE. OHIto 030 JId avo s w, b h. 4 rs $18,000 1114, 1110 oth sts w,bh, 7 is, and 1 f bin roar (1,000 401 and 400 11th sIbw, bh,ml,l)rs... 5,000 2!l!)13Mjbts W, bll, ml, 8 rs 5,000 220, 222135st8W, f h, 5 rs 1,300 oio ist Bt s w, I u, u rs, aim it U0IISU3 111 rear 27 to 11 Ests w.bh.Ors 23IIM nnd 211 13HS sts w, f h, '1 rs Alley bet 4 Hi and (ltb, II uud I sts s w, f h, 4rs 3,000 IVJOO a.aoo ooo HOUSES FOR RENT. Per Month. 1110 Conn avo nw.ltrs S no oo 3052 P Bt (fur) n w. lttrs 80 oo 101(1 BaiidcilandPlncun w, 10 rs 75 00 niuiothstn w, lira.. 05 oo or, oo B'J oo ma is st u w, 11 rs... l!0'J!1lthetnw,7rs il(lECapBt,8rs.... 1333 li n no, (Us.... lt!.")0 F st. n e, firs.,.. 33 00 an oo 10 oo 10 oo -iriis j avuse,urs. UNIMPROVED PROPERTY TOR SALE. 18th nt, bet LandM stsu w Kst. bet HOili nml Ulat sts n w ilooklnsflt. bet O and Pstsn w N.I nvo, bet Q and lists niv Vst, bet 14th and ICth sts u w Mass ave. bet Del avo ami 1st st n o, P st, bot-lth and fitli sts n w ltst, hot Ibt nud 3d sts u w nth st, bet'Va iiNomul U stsu E st, hot tilth and 25th sts u w Si no 1 50 l bTORES. OFFICES, ETC. Storo 033 F at n w, per year, , ..si,r,oo 1!230 Pa avo n w. tor rear storo. 1 rm....S50 00 Mr and ilwi; Slilo lUih stnw, 7 rs in oo Stramllrm,.VJ5iotlistn w 30 00 bOl II st, I'd floor, shop in 00 Oth and Pa avo, rm II) 'JO oo Riintou building, rs lit and It l'J 30 101 7th bt, room 'J. 1st Hour lo oo 17U La live, I! basomont rs BOO real e&tate investment. SnfoasU. 8. bonds utslx por cent., p.ivnblo quarterly. In sums or $100 to S1.OO0: small pre mium charged. LOANS. In sums to suit nt sis per cent. The nbovols only a portion ot tho property on my books. For full lUt call at ofllco for bulletin Issued an the 1st ami lnih. T. E. WAOOAMAN. I7I0R RENT OH FOR BALK. ON VERY REA- 1 sonablo terms, houboHH H fit n o; 3 story brick, mod linns, stablo In tear Apply to R. WHITE, 021 Fstnw: can deal dlree with owner. PAWNBROKERS. Burnstino Loan Ofllco, 301 Ponn. Avo N. IV, Monoj loaned ou Oold and BItvor Watchr, Diamond'', Jowelry, Pistols, (iuns, La dles' and Ctoutloinen's Woatfng Apparel. Old Hold and Sllvur bought, I'tircdeeniod Pledges For Sulo. I'EaLt'SS DYES tf.Stftf.&'SSSL RAILROADS. Tlio Groat Pennsylvania Routo To the North, West and Southwest. ftoiMe Track. Sph mUd ftttntty. Steel Hall. Stngnlfitenl ISqltlpment. lit BrrKCT Ai m x 5, 1R88. Trains leave Witshlngton, fiom slnlloti corner of Sixth and II streets, ns follows: I'hn PrtTsm no nnd tho West, rhlcngo Limited Express of Pullman Vostlbuled Cars nt W a m dally; I'list Line, tl W) a in dally to Cincinnati and Bt. Louis, with sleeping Cars from Pittsburg to rmulntintl. nml lliirrlnbiirg to t Lmils! dally, rseopt Sal unlay, to Chicago, with Hlooplng Car Allootm to Chicago, Western Express at i.io pni dnlly, with Hhieplng Cars Wnshlnaton to Chicago and St. IkiiiIs, and oxonpt Saturday, llarrlsburg to Cleveland, connecting dnlly at llarrlsburg with tlumiuli Bloopers for Lonlsvlllo nnd : Memphis. Paolllo Express, JO no p in ually for Pittsburg nnd tho ivnt, with tlirough Sleeper to Pittsburg, and Pittsburg to Chicago. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. Fon I'.im:, Cunnndnlgua nnd Rochester dnlly; for IlnlTnlo nnd Niagara dnllv, oxcopt Batnrdny, lileO p in, with Sleeping t'nr Washington to Ilooliestcr. Fou WiM.tAHfirniiT. Lock Haven nml Elmlrn nt O.W n m dallv, oxcopt Sunday. PoiiNuw YoiiK and tho East, 7.01, P.OO.ll.ft) and 11 10 n in, 2.00, I lO.in.uo and 11.1.1) p m. Oil Sunday, OPO. 11. IQ n in, S 00, 1.10 10.00 and lliMpin. Llmltod Kxpross of Pullman Pnrlor Curs, II 10 a in, dnlly except Sunday, and 8, 13 p in dally, with dining car. Pon Bhstox, without oliauge, 8.00 p in every day. Fon lUn llAnnon, without change, dally ex cept Saturday, S.ou p m. Foil BaooKi.VN, N. Y.. all through trains con nect at .lersoy City with boats of Brooklyn Annox, afTordfng direct transfer to Pulton street, avoiding doublo ferriage across Now York olty. 1V tlii,ii,.n,ni,i, a .vt n n), II lirt nml 11"ri i VI. 1 .ltltnil.,,1 111',, ,..', ,(.', , , w .,.,. .,.-.. n iii, a oo, .i.io, O.no, JO OO and ll.a) p in On Sun day. 0(fl, 11. 10 a in, a.i,4.10, 11.00. 10.00 and 11.20 pm. Limited Expross, all pallor nnrs, 0.10 am wcek-da) s and 0. 15 p m dalljj with dining car, Pou llALTisionn, 0.3 7 20. .), 0 0. 0.BO, 11.00 nnd i i.io u in, i2.irt, a oo, n. Pi, 4.10, 4 ao, 4.10, u.on, 1.10, 10 m nnd 11. 20 pm. Ou Sunday, U.oo, 0.0.1. n.M). 11. 10 a in, 9.00. 3U, 1.10,0.00, 7.10, lO.OO and ILOOpm. Fon Pom's Omxic Linn, 7.20 amaiul-l.topm dully, except Sunday, Fon Annavoi.ik, 7.20 and 0 00 a m, 13.03, 1.20 and 0.00 p m dally, except Sunday. Htindnys, 0.00 n in, I.IO p 111. ALEXANDRIA AND FHEDERIOKSBURO RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD. Fou Ai.kxandiiia, 0 00, 0.33, 8.10. 1). 1.1, I0.S7 n m, 12.01 noon, 2.03. 1.23, n.(K), 3..M. 0.03. H.03. 10.03 anil 11.37 p m On Sunday at 0.00, 9.43, 10.07 a m, 2.ao, n.33, 8.05 and io.o: p in. Accommodation for Quantlco, 5.00 pmwcok days. Fon RioiivoNn and tho South. 0.00, 10.57 a m tinny mm n.u. p m ually, oxoept sunuay. TitAiNs leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.03, 7.03, 8.00, 11.10, 10.13, 11.07 a in, 1.20, !l.0O, 3.20, 6.10, 7.03, 11.32, 10 -12 and 11,05 p m. On Sunday ntu.inand 11.07 a in, 2.00, 3.10, 7.03, 0.32 and 0. 12 p in. Tickets nnd Information at tlio ofllco, north cast cornor ot 13th strtot nnd Pennsylvania avenue, nnu at tno station, wnero orders can oo lettfor tho checking of baggage to destination from hotels and residences. CltAS. E. PUGII, .1 It. WOOD, Uonoral Manager. 0eji. Puss. Agont. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Schodulo In offect APRIL 20, 1888. Lcavo Washington from station cornor of Now Jersey uvomio nnd U street. I'on CuioAiio nnd Northwest, express dally 10.05 am, U.lSpm. Pon Cincinnati and St. Louis, oxpross daily 3.00 nnd 0.13 pm. Pou Firrsiiuna and Clovoland, oxpress dally 10.05 a m und 0.15 p m. FonLxxiNQToN and Local Stations, 10.10 a m. FonPim.Ai)Ei.viirA, Newark and Wilmington, 7.;w a m, 2 03 and 0.23 p m dally, express. Fou iNTKiiMnnUTU points betwoon Baltlmoro and Phlladolphlii, 13.00 a m andts.15 p m. Fou SiNaciiLY and intermediate points, $7.30 a in, i.30pm. Foil BAl.llJlonn, B.00, 0,80,0.10,7.30,8.30,0.-13, 11.00 (15 rnlnuto train) a m., 12.10, 2.03, 3.15 (43 minute trail!) 3.80, 4.30, 4,33, B.23, 5.S30. 0.15,8.33 and 10.30 p. in. Sundays, 0.30, 7.30, 8.80, 0.13 a in, LIB, 2.03, 3.30, 1.30, 4.33, B.23, 0.13,8.33 mid 10.30 p m. Fon Annavoi.ih, 0.40 nnd 7.30 a m, 12.10 and 4.:u)pm. On bundnys, 8.30 n in, -1.33 pm. Lcavo Annapolis, (1.40, 8.37 a m, 12.03, 3.00, 0.20 p. m. Sundays, 8.37 a m, 4.10 p m, Fon Wav Stations between' Washington nnd Baltimore 6.00, 0.10, 8.30 a ra, 12.10,, '1.30, 4.33, 0.43 pm. On Sundays, 8.30 am, 1.15,8.30, 4.33, 0.45. I'on Stations on tho Metropolitan Branch, t0&5am, ljl.15 p in for prlnolpal stations only, 10.10 a m, t4.35, -f5.30 nnd 0.45 p ra. Fou Gaitueusiiciio and Intermediate points, 0.00a m, 12.30, 1.10, 5.33, 11.20 p m. Fon Horn's mid Intermediate stations, 7.00 a in, $10.00 p m. Cuuiicii tiiaik leaves Washington on Sunday onlv at 1.13 n in, stopping at nil stations on 3Ietroiolltan Branch, Foil Piusdeiiiok, tlO.10 a m 3.00, tl.35, B.30 p m. Sundays, 1.15 p m. Fon lUaKnsTOWN, 10.10 n m and 3 30 p ra. Foil Luiiay nml points on tho Shenandoah Valley Railroad to Roanoko and all points south, via Norfolk and Western Railroad, 3 p m. Tiiains Anmvn from Chlcneo dally, 7.20 a, m and B.15 p m; from Cincinnati ami St. Louis dally, 0.20 a ra nnd 1.05 p in; from Pittsburg dally, 7.20 am, 8 15pm. Fhom Puii.wr.i.i'uiA, Chester and Wilmington, 10.43 a in, 2 60, 7.10 and 0.05 p in dally. Fnoii Sinueuia" and Intormedlato points north ot Baltimore, 10.00 a m dally and 12.15 am, Sunday only. Tiiains Lkavk Baltlmoro for Washington at 0,20, 0.30, 7.23, 0.00, 0 05, 10,00 (15 rnlnuto train), 11.00 MMnlnuto train) am, 12,63,2.00,8 00,4,10, B.00, 0.00, (1.30, 8.15, 8.80 and 11.00 p m. On Sunday, (1.30, 0.00, 0.03, 10.00 a m, LIB, 2.00, 4.10, 5.00, 0.30, 8.1B, 8.30, und 10.30 p III. Excopt Sunday. 'Daily. JSundnyonly. Bnpgago cnllcd for nnd oheoked nt hotols and residences on orders loft nt ticket olllcos, 010 and 1351 Pa. nvo. W. 31. CLEMENS, CIIAB. O. SCULL, Gen. Maungcr. ticn. Pass. Agt. Plodmont Air Line. ScnmiuLK in ErrEor Auausr 15, 1883. B.30 a. 31. East Tunnessuu Mail dally for nnd stations between Alexandria and Lynchburg, Blue Hldgo Springs, AUoghony Springs, Bristol, Knoxvlllo, RomoX'nlora, Mont gomery nnd Now Orleans. Pullman Sleeper Washington tqNow Orleans. 11.21 a, Ji. "Fant Mail dally for Warrenton, Clinrlottosvlllo, Oordonsville, stations Cho.-a-peiiko nnd Ohio routo, Lynohburg, Rooky Mount, Danvllla nud stations between Lynch burg und Danville, Oroousboro', Raleigh, Ashe vlllc, Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, Atlanta, lilrinlupliuin. Montgomery, Now Orleans, Texas nml California, l'ulhnnn Sleeper New York to Montgomery lu connection with Pullman Sleep ers Montgomery to Now Orleans, and Mann Boudoir Bloopers for Birmingham. Vloksburg anil tthrovoimrt. Pullman Sloeper Danville to Columbia and Augusta. Solid trains Washing ton to Atlanta. Doos not connoct for C. und O. routo points Sundays. 1,15 v m daily, oxcopt Sunday, ror Manassas, Strnsburg, Lmuy, and intermcdlnto stations, Conuects nt Rlvertou tor Luray, arriving 0,SS p ra, 5,50 v jr. Wksteuk ExrnEs dally ror Wnrron ton, Gordonsvlllo, Charlottesville, Louisville, Cincinnati, und summer resorts on nnd noarllno ot Chcsapeako und Ohio routo, Pullman Sleep ers and Bolld trains Washington to Lonlsvlllo nnd Whlto Sulphur to Ht. Louis; also for Lynch burg, Bristol, Nnshvlllo, Chnttnnooga, Mom phis, Llttlo Rook and all Southwestern points. i nrougn ruiiinan muoiiurx wusiuiigion to mom phis without ohungo. Pullman Sleopor Wash ington to Nashville, Tenn. 11 I'm. SouTiiEitN Emuicss dally ror Lynoh burg, Danvlllo, ltnlnlgh, Ashovillo, Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, Atlaniu. Montgomery, Now Orleans, Toxns nnd California. Pullmnn Sleep ers vvnshlngton to Now Orleans, via Atlanta und Montgomery. Pullmnn Sloopors Washing ton to Augusta, Oa,, without uhango. Pullmna sleeper Baltimore nnd Washington to Whlto sulphur Springs and Intormedlato o. nnd O. ro sorts, TRAINS ON WAbHINOTON AND OHIO DI VISION. Leavu Washington 0 00 a m dally, oxcopt Sun day, ut 1 IS p m dal!y;urrivo Round Hill 11. IS a in nnd T.St p in: returning, lcavo Round Hill S to a in dally and l.'.'O p m dullv oxcopt Sunday, ar riving Washington B,:w and a.to p in. Tiinoiror.THAiNs from tho South via Charlotte, Diiuvllie nnd Lynohburg. nnlvo In Washington 7.00 a m and 7.13 p m; via East Tennossoo,Brlstol and Lynchburg at 11 13 a in and iwo p mj via Chesapeake und Ohio routo and Charlottes ville, U.-IO pm and 7.00 a m. Strnsburg local, U, 17 urn. Tlokets, sleoplng-oar loservation nnd Inform ation furnished and baggage chocked at alheo, 1300 Pennsylvania avenue, and ut Passenger Station, Pennsylvania R. It., Sixth und 11 sts, JAS. L. TAYLOR, Uon. Pass. Agont, PHOTO-ENGRAVING Having recently lltted up a PlKiTO.KXdltAVlMi KSVAI1L1SHMKNT In connection with my PATENT PROCESS, I um piepnred to furnish ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORIC PRICES Photographing on Wood for the Trndo, MKURICE JOVCE, eetN.W. I iXH KluiuutUSti RAILROADS. Chosapoako and Ohio Routo. Hihoibile In ofTeOt.lULYU, 18(13. Trnlns learn Unhm Depot, Sixth and BStraots. 10B7a in Pnn NewroiiT Nhws, Old Point Comfort nml Norfolk, dntly excopt Sunday. Arrive In Norfolk 7 pm. 11 2t ain.--PoiiflTATiows on the Chssspnnko fildOlilo In VlrliilH, West Virginia and Ken tupky, (tally, oxcepl Sunday. Sleeping oars Clifton Forgo to Lexington, Ky. 5,30 p in Fact Wdrrunit Exrnsss dally. Solid train, with Pullman Biiffet Sleeping oars lo Ix)ii svllln- Pullman service to Cincinnati, St. Louis, Memphis and iow Orleans ll.OOpm. -Vll.niNIA HlMllHOS HPBt'IAI., dnllv oxoept rniiiilnys, fr Whito Suiphttr Springs and nil MrglnU springs resorts, Pullman Bfoepors from llnltlmoro and Washington to Whlto Bulpliuv. ortlco,r,ia Pennsylvania avonup II. W. Ftff.LER, A (Jen. 1'aas. Agont. HOTELS AND REr.TAURANTS. "UiiNiioN iiousi:. M Cliolco WllllM. I.lnllnra. f'l:mM nml S'n. hucno, wholennlo nnd retail, old Baker, fllbson, (Jiinkor City Malt, MonongnheUi nml Sourmash whlsklos a specialty. 021 1) strcnt n, vt. THI5 11i:i,VKIr.lti:, Cornor Third Strnnt , nnd Pn. ave., Washington, 1). C. Rates, S'itnS-l perduy. First-class In nil of Its ap pointments. HOADLBY A PA(IE, Prop. niHKllllllITT, ' WA8IIINOTON, D. C. Army and Navy Headquarters. Pour Iron Flro Escapes. TERM8-S3.00 and 81,00 Per Day. HARRIS IIOUSIC. AMERICAN PLAN, Ponn. nvo., near Fonrtoonth St., Washington, D, C. 82-50 nnd S3 pur day. Special rates to parties and permanent guests. Passenger elevator. JOHN II, HARRIS, 1'roprlolor. Gir.SKY IIOUSK, EUROPEAN PLAN, Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St., NEW YORIC CITY. JAMKS H. HltP.ST.lN, 1'roprlolor. QT. JAM I IIOTKL, P.UROPEAN PLAN, SIXTH STREET AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE., L. WOODBURY, Proprietor. 1 TURF EXCIIANOE s AIM'S and RESTAURANT, Corner Sixth st, and Pa. avo. WOOD AND COAL. V. Baldwin Johnson, Wlioloaalo and Rotall Dealer ln "Wood. elxlcL Coal. Comploto Fncllltlos, Bottom Prlcos. Full Weight and Moaiuro Wood and Coal direct from tho forests and mines by rail nnd water, and froo from slug, slaie and other Impurities, GIVE ME A TRIAL. Main Yard and Ofllce, 1011R. I. nvo. n. w. Brnneh " " nilAst.n. o. Branch ofllco, comer Ninth nnd K ul. n. w. All connected by telephone. FINE FAMILY FLOUR. USE CKIIKS. SXKllLINa. HINNKOLA, GILT KDOK or OOLUKN HI LI. FLOUR And you will always hnvo beautiful Bread, Rolls and Biscuits. Wholcsalo Dopot, corner First stroct and Indiana nvouuo. WM. M. GALT & CO. C. "W. ClSSELL & CO WH'ITEI LILY, Tho Best Flour In tho World. Our latest , pattern of I 5v, Steps and X, PAnK RAIUN03 A SPECIALTY JMablhhvd 1SJO. CAB.PETIKGS GEORGE WILLNER nas In stock a full lino or Carpotlngs, nil grades Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings. Also latost styles iu Wall Paper, Window simdos and Curtuln (Joods, Wire Window und DoorSorcons. PRICES LOW GEO. IflilLLNER, 120 Ninth Stroot Northwest. ceres mm LJL GE0, W0ITE & S0NS' pgygtf i jlX grou 8KoiIib,TJ--- I !N!QVfJ2 Maine Av.S.W WvVsi ,L.1 NAiMrt xaOwVr '' I III-. I. ' I I II. II II .-,. 1 I ,, ' .- "T - fTHRW ND behanLcdI Yotj can't NSliiAk ti&L HUwT Ul That trunk Ircame frow Kneessi's X3TJ"y "Y"OUH TTfiXJ3SrK:S KUBBSSrS, & SliYJSNTU STK1SKX KOItTUWIVi NUXX IO OUU-rKLLOWS' HALL, r TSI'Ilf.tKDl.NTKII ATTK sLTIOS I OVER A MILLION DINTItllltJTEII. La. HuMAUBI Louisiana State Lottery Co. InooTporatod by the Loirlrtntnro In 180M. for Educational nml clinrltnlJl purposes, and Its frannhlsa instlo a jmrt of tho present Stnto Con stitution. In 1870, by nu overwhelming popular vJlfl- - . ... IlsOrnnd Bxlrnordlnnrjr Drawings tako plane semi tinnunlly i.Iuno and DoemnbT), nnd Its Oranil slnglo Number Drawings tnke plneo on ouch of the other ten months In the year, and are nil drawn In public at the Academy ot Mutlo. Now Orlonns, Ln. " I IV do Ifrtliy exrllii Hint t wpenlt Hit nr ranQmmil for all 11 Mnnltdu nml Hunt-annual Vratrtnu o,f th Ijoimlnnn stnt Witty I'ompmy, and In irmn mnnant iwl oonliv' the Draining tiirutIr'F,nml Uml Hit mtm am mmturtHt tvitli how-fly, fidrmt and In ffofxl faith toward nU par II, anil m authorise Hit f'ommnn to m Ml eer, tQwl. trtM fitr-nlmlieii j our rtyixdurt al taelml, In It mlrrllnnnt.n G. T. Beauregard, J. A.Early, COMM18BIONERS. Wo. tho undersigned Banks and Bankers, will pay all prlros drawn In the Louisiana State Lot teries, which may bo presented nt our counters, R. M. WALMM.EY. Pros. La. Nat, Bank. P. LANAUX, Pres. Stnto Nat. Bank. A. BALDWIN, Pres. N. 0. NAt. Rank. CARL ROHN, Pro. Union Nat. Bank. Orniiil Monthly Drawing, nt tlio Academy of Muslo. Now orlosns, TUESDAY, Soploin hor 11.1888. CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000 100,000 Tleltots nt Tivont; Halves. SKI! ounrtors. SI '.y Dollars caeii; ft: Tonihs, $-i: Twentieths, 81. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 PniZE0F$3(K),000ls 8300,00(1 100.0(H) 50,000 !2,1,00() ao,(Mo liS.OIH) J5,(M)() 50,01)0 (10,0(11) 100,000 1 riiiKiiur jiioiiiiuis 1 PRIZE OF 1 PRIZE OP U PRIZES OK nPRIZICSOK 125 PRIZES OK 1U0PRI.K8OK !i()0 PRIZES OF n(K) PRIZES OP ro.ooo Is i,-),IIIKI1S 10,000 nre n.ooo are 1,000 nro r0 nro 300 aro 2W) nro APPROXIMATION PRIZES. loo Prizes or $r,(rt) are r,o,ooo 100 do 300 are 30,00(1 100 do 200 arc 'JO.OOO TERMINAL PRIZES. !fH)Prl7csor SUM) aro 00,000 mm do 100 are ()!,!(() 3,131 Frizes, amounting to SI, Or, 1,800 Nori:. Tickets Drawing Capital Prizes nro not entitled to terminal Prizes. t,".iyFouCi.iTii!UTM,or any further Informa tion desired, write legibly to tho unduralguod, clearly stating your ri'sldonco, with State. County. Stroot nnd number. More rapid return mall dcllvory will bo afluii'd by your enclosing un Envelope bearing your full nddress. Send Postal Notos, Express Money Ciders, of Now York Exehauso lu ordinary letter. Cur rency by Express (at our enponso) uddrcssod M. A. DACriHN, Now Orleans, La. Address Roglstcrcd.Lottcrs to NEW ORLU NATIONS BANK, Now Orleans, La. DCMCXADCDThat tho presence of Generals' KHIYltlYltSHK lleaurciMird uud Enrly, who aro lu otiargo of tlio drawings, is a guarantee of ab solute fairness und Integrity that tho chaneus nro nil equal, and that so ono can possibly di vine what numbor will draw a Prlzo. "REMEMBER, also, that tho psymont of Prizes Is (1LARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of Now Orlouns, and tho Tlokets nro Nlgned by the President of un Institution, whoso chartered rights aro recognized In the highest Courts; therefore, bownro of all Imitations and anonymous sohomns." LIVERY STABLES. RM. BRANDT, PORTLAND STABLE, 013 und 015 Now York avo. Landaus, Coupes, Coupololtos, Bugglos, Hurries, etc., for hire Horses Boarded, MEDICAL. T nrnirflTin and fultVtW dorso lltg tl an tho onlit rflor..ln rpprllic lor lue cerium curv of this dlspnsii. ! a.lI.INOllAIIAM.M.n., '1 TO & DATS. Sun&MOtMd net Ul CfcQM aiTiowrf. Arnnieruain, n. x. Urdonllirlfca Wo have sold Big, O to many years, nnd It nns TisiCbtmlwlCa. , Cincinnati,! , given mo Desi m un 'faction. D.lt.DYCnnACO., Clilraco, ll". Ohio. IS1. 00, SoldbyDrujclit Consuntptioib CUflED AT HOME. '1 NEW PAMPHLET I'JIEK ono SOUTH II1IOAD HTIlKCy. n II Z1 ,.,,,,.. nvfiitiii a. i Br.ni.WX'n'!arliiIatoorXarXnluUa! Send for Now Pumphlot and name this Paper. HEALTH llBSV Dn E. O, West's Nkuvk and 1Iii.uk Tiikat JH.NT, a guaranteed snocille for Hysteria, Dizzi ness. Convulsions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Heuducho, Nervous prostration caused by tho nso of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental DupiuKslou.Sof toning of the Brain resulting Iu Insanity and leading to mlBory, decay and death, Promaturo Old Ago, Barrenness, Loss of Power In either sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermator rhea caui-od by ovor-oxortlon of the brain, self abuso or ovcr-lndulgcneo. Each box contains ono month's tieatmcut; SI a box, nr six boxes Tor S3, sent by mull prepaid on receipt of prlco. WE UL'ARANTKi: SIX BOXES to euro any ease. With oaoh order rocolvedhv us for six boxes, nceompunled with 85, wo will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money if tho trontmont does not of foot a euro. (Juarantees Issued only by O. CIIKIST1ANI, Druggist, P-ouj Aoent, dSt Peiiuu, live,, between -IJ-ii and Oth sts. DRUNKENNESS or the liquor habit can be cured by administering: dr. haines1 golden specific. Can no given In a cup of coffee or tea without thoknowlodgoof thoporson takluglt. Itlsab Bolutoly harmless, and will oftoot apormaiiont und M'ei'dy oure.whothortho patient Is n inodcr ato ill inker or an alcoholic wreck. It hasboou given In thousands of cihos, nud in ovorvln staiico a perfect uuro Ins followed. IT NEVER 1 ULS, Thosystomonco linprognnted with tho hpccltlo, It becomos nn utter impossibility for tho Honor appnttto to exist. For salo liv S. F. WARE, under tlio Ebbltt House; R. K IIHU'II ENbTINK. Fourteenth streot uud Yorniout avc nuo, Washington, -ja.a?- iVS iIironcHili8, anaS BaSrtu fr. - li IS WEALTH! vTB I aiiAi m i affi83fcWi'i!a!yTRE,AT.