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, " fr v'Sjv'" WWflWM THE EVENING ORITIO, WAStiOTGKrOtf, DC TUESDAY EPTEiyBEB 5, 1882. 1 THE EVENING ORITIO. ESTABLISHED AUQPBT, 1B. WEATHEnltlDICATIOH9. Tho rrclnl bulletin lasuoil from tho Slsnul onico to-day says i rnlrwentbor Is Indicate J tor Now r.nstlan-J ninl tho Middle Atlantic Matoa to-day nnd probably to-morrow. Tciiiiicrnturn nnd llnlnfiill. Tbo following special tomporaturos woro ra tioned at 7 o'clock this morning iKajtport, fi7l Montreal, tWt Quebec, iKTt.Mt. Wash ington, to"t Clovoland, (lu'i Alpena, 01 I Dululli, 03': St. l'aul, 59J Donror,Oi'i Sail rranclfco, 51". ., .. Tbo following atatlon reports moro than ono inch ot rainfall during thopart twonty-four hours: Btocmon, it.7Q. PEltTIHEHT PARAOHAPHSi Kate White, a colored proatUuto, vra? clrcn tho extent or tho law by JuJsoBumiy to-ilay. Lena CA5trnEix, a colored vnzrant. wai commlttea to tho Workhouso by Jiulgo Hun ly to-ilay lor thirty ilays. . TltK excursions on llio Mary WAililngton will bo conttnuod Tuesday oronlnKS lusteal ot Wednesday, ns elated yestordny by ratstalto. lies Defeees, employed at Drapor's mill, yesterday afternoon had his lott band sorl ously cut whllo operative o llutlng machine. Hopekt IIAititYi James Heron anil Mary Bucbley, who raised tho midnight echoes with their profanity, wcro llnod by Judgo Dundy to-day. Maiiy Simms and Kmtna Bhaw, n palroC colored street-walkers, havo gouo to tho work houso for thirty days each per ordor of Judgo Uunay. Wm. Giddikos, who tried to mako lib bony nag boat St. Jullen's bosttlmoonlllah streot yesterday, has paid $3 for fast driving Into the city treasury, Jouv Dai.y, Samuel Mcloy, dcorgo Knlcht nnd Wm. Snoed, four littlo boyo, foil victims to-day of thu law against bathing In tho rotomnc. Ono dollar lines woro lmposod. JonK nnd Daniel Tourney, two brothors, well known In pollco circles, worottn tho l'o. llco Court to-day charged with lighting In tho street. Johnwasflnod $10 and Dan was dis missed. The property clerk nt I'ollco Haul quarters has In his possosslon a sorroll horso, buggy, harness, whip and lapobn takou up astray, which will bo sold by auction unloss claimed by tho owner. Joutf Vei-eny nud John Dorcy woro chaigod in tho l'olleo Court with assaulting each other and wcro flnod $."oacli. Tho light Is described as a lively ono. In which clubs and beer bottles ugurod conspicuously. Samuel Green, n colored man, who has a propensity for investigating other peo ple's back yards and chicken roosts, was caught in a garden at 2 nm.tho othorday, amthasgono to tho Workhouso for vagrancy. The Aropblan Gleo Club met at tho rosl deneo of r. l'ollard, lf75 Vermont nvonue, last ovenlug, and tho following nnicors wero elected: W. II. Chandlce, president! Wlllard rollard, vIcc-lTcsldent: W. J. lllchards, secre tary; liobcrt l'aul, troasuror. A colored boy named Benjamin Jamos, 0 years old, living In tho alloy botweon Eloventn nnd Twelfth and T and U streets northwest, was yesterday drownod In itock Creek near Davis' Mono quarry whllo bathing. Tbo ater was cry high nnd tho body has not 5 othecn recovered. An Interesting Ramo of baso ball was played 5 esterday evening on tho Ninth nnd S street grounds botweon tho Athlotlcsand tho Uashtuls, and resulted In a victory tor tho lat ter bv a scoro ot It! toll. Tho Junior Critics nnrt Twilights cross bats this ovcnlng on tho lIltecnth-ond-T-strect grounds. Maey IIuciianan, a young colored woman, went to her mother-in-law's houso tho other evening to got una fuss, and her hus band went for hor and knocked hor down, whllo tho old lady took a broom and swept her out. Sir. lluclmuati was chargod with assault ing bis wile, but tho case was dlsmlssod. Kodekt Johnson aud Wm. Colo sworo out cross warrants of assault, and each ptoadod "notgullty'of assaulting tho other. Itobort Johnson is a young colorod man, who wont to reason v 1th old man Colo for accusing him ot coaxing his chickens away, and that they got Into a quarrel, nnd Mr. Colo's daughter had to unchain tho bull dog In ordor to stop tho light. Johnson was nnod t lOandt'olo was dis missed, The regular monthly meeting of tho chess, checkers and whist club will bo hold this o onlngat Ihclrrooms, No. 1 120 Now York avenue. Notwithstanding tho warm weather, a Uroly lntcrost has boon manifested In chess, checkers aud whist all tho summer, Tho club roomsaro openoory evening, and ihoso in terested in tho nbovo games nro cordially In tltedto Usltiho club and participate In tho games. These aro nearly fifty Important crimi nal cases on tho Court docket and tho crimi nals aro In Jail awaiting trial. Thoro will bo no session or tho Criminal Court nttor tho Btar-noulo trial closes until tho middle of Oc tober. Thollrstmattorthouto bo tried U tho series ot cases growing out ot tho collapso ot tho German American Bank. Among tboso awaiting trial aro tbo following chargod with muruer: Joun Anuoreon. hick Junes, a. j. ho teldo and Chrlsllann Taylor. Thero aro many others chargod with burglary, grand larcony, embezzlement, etc., etc. The annual reports yet to bo undo to tbo Commissioners aro tboso of tho Exooutlvo Offlco, Washington Asylum, Auditor, Comptrol ler, Assessor, Collector ot Taxes, Attorney, In spector of Cab and Meters, Harbormaster, healer ot Weights and Measures, Englneor Commissioner, roltco Department, 1'lro De partment, hcbool Board, Uoalth otttcer, Iu Bpector ot Wood (D), Inspoctor ot Spirituous Liquor, Inspector of Salt I'ork, lteform School, Colonel Casey, Washington Acqueduct, Col onel Rockwell, bridges, l'olleo Court, Commis sioner of Sinking Fund, Woman's Christian Association, Industrial Homo School, Gorman Orphan Asylum and Government Asylum for tho Insane. NcltJ Note. A terrible epidemic of cholcra'ls ravaging Manilla. Tbo Edison olcctrlc railway Is to bo laid tn Switzerland, Arabl'scamp near the Cairo Uallway was shelled last night, Ocn. Wolsoloy telegraphs to London that all is quiet at tho front. It Is feared that Cairo will bo pillaged If Arab! l'asha is dctoated. On Bundav night a vldctto of tho r.lfn Guards was killed at Kassaseln, Autl-rcllglous disturbances havo broken out In tho Department, ot Alitor, Franco. Tho St. Louis rimes establishment was damagod from f 12,000 to $15,000 by 11 ro last night, lnsurod. On tho first day of tho Scptcmbor sitting 700 voters wcro registered in Baltimore, or whom 030 weio whlto and 1)1 colorod. About $1,000 havo been ralsod In Chicago for the widow of John Brown. It Is bollevod that tho amount will bo swolled to $1,500, IIHo. Hcxtlio Rothschild has boon bap tized in the Christian faith, preliminary to hor marrlago with l'rlncu Alexandre do Wagram, George K. Itcevcs, of Sherman, Texas, late speaker ot tho Btato Houso ot lteprosouta tires, is at tho point ot death from hydropho bia. By authorization of tho board of aldor men a commltteo was appolntod at Boston yes torday to securo tho erection ot a statue to l'aul Koi ore. Tho Social Science Association began Its annual session at Saratoga yostorday. rran cls Wayland of Ynlo College, prosldont ot tho association, inaclo the opening address, Xngl.ind has consented to tho lauding of two or three thousand Turkish troops nt Tort Bald. Uaker Pasha, formerly Colonel Valen tino Baker, ot tho British army, will command thorn. It was stated at a meeting of tho military commltteo that tho lltth Regiment Armory of Baltlmoru has boon tendered as quarters for the visiting militia, nnd will bo supplied with cots for tho accommodation of SOU men. Another search was mado yostorday In Philadelphia ot tho housa occupied by Major rhlpps, lato tho almshouse suporlntondent, nnd about $10,000 worth ot nil kinds nt sup plies furnished the Institution was found. Claus Sprccklcs, tho San I'rauclsco sugar rellnor, having obtained tho title In toe simple from Iho Hawaiian Oovernment to the Territory of Walluku and tho harbor of Kchuht, will shoitly havo from 5,000 to 10, OOO men at woik producing sugar, A boat, containing thrco men, was capsized on tho Merrlmaa lllvcr Huuday night, at Lowell, Mass. A. Btockwoll, u shoo manufacturer, reconlly from England, and a ono-arracd man, namo uDkuown, whoso ilrunkeuuces caused tho accident, weio drownod, A wreck occurred about midnight bo tweon three freight trains on tho Pennsylva nia Railroad at Hnnna street, in Harrlsburg. Homo twemy-soveu cars woio wreckod and two men aruieiwrtod Injured. Ono train ran Into another, and another tram ran Into tho wreck. All travel is blocked. At tho annual meeting of tho stockhold ers ot the Baltimore, Cincinnati & Western Railroad at Now York yostorday the following were cloctcd directors: William J, Het, Daniel J, Spraguo and Honry H. Torbell, ot How York: Thomas I,. Young and Oeorgo F. Htoadman, ot Cincinnati; Jackson Holland, ot Baltimore, and Charles I'. Jauney, ot Xicesburg, Va, FITZ-JOHH POIITER DEFEHDCD Ily One or UN Hlniroilicers-A Tissue iif IlfiilnU-Fllr-JoliiiNechlJiilleo it ilin IlniiilM or CniipcrcHi liy Ho. llelHil Oiitslclo iiilliicnco-tiio or IIIh I.rtli-rs-Tlio lil Now YorK II o orcncrnI NIouolillin, Fowl. lily fnllfoniln'M Xcx Oovrrnor, Bjieclol Cor. of Tiik Hvknino CiittK'. cntUTMQCAUKKjN.Y., Bopt. 2. To-day I found n man n ho roally speaks strong words In fnvorot Fllz-John 1'ortcr, and who believes rii2-Jolm not only did tho right thins whon ho refused to obey the orders of Major-aonoral McDow ell, bis superior ofllcor, but that lie per formed a wlso nnd humono net tn that momor. nblo refusal to chargo tho too. Instoad of reprimanding Porter, my nowly-dtscoverod friend eulogized hlm-bullt a monument ot rosebuds, topped It off with dalslos, nnd named It ritz-John Porter, Tho goutloman who had tho good words tor tho lato distinguished soldier Is tho llov. Mr, Clark, an aged Univer salis! minister from Jamostown, this State, He was up here to-day and I had quite a pleasant conversation with him. Ills head and chopped whlikers aro whlto nsonoaily snow, nnd his Intelligent eyes sparkled when, in our conver sation, iho namo ot Fltz-Jolin l'orlor was spoken. I supposo I oponod rather rough on tho good nnturod yet llrm oplnlouod old gentleman whon I said: "Portorlsnot vory popular In tho prosont Congress, l'vo heard n unit dozen distin guished ex-Union oniccrs who nro now mem bers ot tbo House say that ho should havo been ortlored shot when court-martlalod, and It tho bill hnd been up for discussion in tho Houso during tho pattwlntor thoro would have been ronio speeches uoter'n molten load poured nt hlra." The mlnittor- looked nt mo tn a passion ot heat and said : "A bolter soldlor never lived Ihanl'ltz John l'orlor. Ho was kind, bravo and truo. Ho had tho confidence of his soldiers aud tho respoct ot nil tho oniccrs who wero not Jealous of him." "But thero aro rumors that tho Jealousy was on tho part of Porter. I heard n distinguished gentleman n brlgadler-gcueral in tho Union army, and now an Ohio momber, who was thero or thereabouts at tho time Portor re fused to como to time say that Vortor Wns Full of Jealousy, and rctusod to oboy Major Ooneral Mo Dowoll's orders, becauso McDowell hal won tho principal laurels up to that tlmo, and Por ter desired thnt tho movo tbo army was thou making should bo a tnllure." "Ihatlsnll gammon, sir," nnswerod Mr. Clark. " Do you not know that McDowell has not charged that ho orderod Portor to make tho movo ho Is alleged to ha o ordered? " "No, I am not nwaro of that fact. Booms to mo tho evldeuco (lied botoro tho court martial that tried Porter shows thnt McDowell did order Porter to movo his army, and that Por ter refused throo or tour times rotused absolutely and without rcscrvo nr reason," "Mistaken you are. McDowell dm notorder rortcr, nnd porter, It ho did rotuse, was right, for ho saved tho men ho had at his command. But here is A Letter from l'orlor, which I received shortly after It was wrltton, nud I am for Iho bill placing him back to his Army roll," Tho letter was written tn Deccmbor last, nud asked tho Ror. Mr. Clark to uso all his lullu ence on membors of Congress and othors tn power to help iho passogo ot tho bill rostorlug nlm to his rank In tho Regular Array. Tho letter nppcalcd lor lnllucnconsone lntlmato friend would solicit urgently otnuothor friend, nud closed by requesting that tho fact that tho letter was written be not mado known, as tho erfect of lulluenco beforo Congress would bo very much curtailed If It becamo known that ho himself (Porter) was working It up. Porter evidently desires It to bo thought that it is his friends who aro seeking his restoration to tho Regular Army, and thnt ho himself Is leaning back on his oars, waiting for Justice. This Is rorlcr'H lct Trick. "Then you bellovo tho bill to restore 3Ir. Porter will bo passed by Congress J " "Oh, yes." "You ecom to havo been on lntlmato terms with him during tho w ar 7 " Tho minister's eyes podded tho lea3t bit. "I was on his staff before I was mado chap, lain. I was with him at Antlctam, and I think I understand tho caso mado against htm. It Is all wrong." After I had used tho names ot two brigadier generals nnd ono colonel who wcro nbout tho scenes of Portorlsm w hen ho rotused to obey orders and who nro now denouncing him lu tho House, the Minister answered : "Eachot thoso three gontlemcn aro Joalous of Porter. They woro dlsgrunllod at htmbo causo they could not bo promotod." And ho pioeeodcd to specify reasons to show why Ihtywero disgruntled nnd Joalous, and analyzed pretty thoroughly Its situation. "'iben you bellovo Porter did right In his command: thnt ho did not disobey orders from a superior o Ulcer; that ho Is a man Bultablo to bo placed as an oillcor In our regular Army: Hint ho would not rctuso to oboy It another test was put to him: that, in othor words, he Is n truo soldier and loyal, and that tho bill Will pas, as It should!" " I bellovo all you say." General Stoiienmii'H Old Home. Shortly after Mr. Clark had utterod tho last ecntcncolduoted, nnd nttor ho had eat drum ming tho piazza with his cano a fow moments, bo tapped mo on tho shoulder, and, pointing his index linger south nlong tho lako, ejacu lated: "Look! Peer nwar down BOuth nlomr ths lake, two or threo miles south of Ravonwood down through that orlllce In tho clump ot chestnuts yondcrl Do you seo that beautiful Old farm laying on tbo sldo of tho hill t" 1 replied nnirmatlvcly. "Well, sir, that Is tbo old Btonemau farm. That Is where Ooneral Btoneman, who has Just been nominated by tho Democrats ot Calttoi'-. nla for Governor, was raised. Yes, sir, ho was reared thero, and when n chunk ot a boy eighteen or nineteen jeara old and after ho had recclted a pretty good education at Jamestown, ho went to West Point, from whence ho went Into the Army, whore he dis tinguished himself." Then you knew him ?" "Perfectly well." "Good man, Is ho ?" "None better. It you woro to see him around hero on the old farm, you'd think ho was Just a plain farmer ho's so common." t'Ocncrnl .Nloncniiui li Not n l'olltl- clnn, is he 1" "No, sir, and that Is how ho came to bo nominated, no is a ousiness man, anil a cooa one, too. Ho lslntonsoly popular and will bo elected. His brother, Byron Btoneman, lives eu tho farm here, and cares more for n good stoer or a lino Bbeep than all tho political ofllees. Ho has n sister here, also, who Is a teacher In our schools. Tho Btoneman is a sturdy, honest and brainy family." Tho Btouoroan farm overlooks Chautauqua Lako from tho eastern bauk, and Is ono ot the prettiest In New York, It Is an old place, In a high state ot cultivation, and my sorlous friend lnslstod that tho family Is as highly cultivated ns tho farm. I prosumo, from neighborhood reports, that ho speaks well, Cediuc. IVnnt to Iliiii'lllni ror Congress. Cleveland Herald. Tho Democrats ot Wayne County porslst in entering Hon. John McHwoenoy as n Congres sional candldato In tho Twentieth District, aud they expect to tako tho convention by storm when bis namo is mentioned. A Griiuil Old 1'oL'in. Who shall Judge a man from manners t Who shall know him by his dross ? Paupers may bo fit for princes, Princes nt forsomothlng less: Crumpled shirt and dirty Jacket May boclotho the golden ora Ot the doopest thought and feeling Satin cats could do no more. Thore are springs of crystal noctar l.vor welling out ot stone: Thoro nro purplo buds and golden, Hidden, crushed and nvorgrown: Ood, who counts by souls, not drosses, Loves and prospers you and mo, Whllo Ho values thrones tho highest But as pebbles In the sea. Man, upraised anovo his fellows, Oft fotgets his follows then: Mnstore, rulers, lords, remomber That your meanest minds aro men: Men by honor, men by feeling. Men by thought and men by fame, Claiming equal rights to sunshine, In a man's ennobling name. Thero aro toam-ombroldorod ocoans, Thero aro littlo wood-clad rills: Thoro aro fooblo inch high saplings, Thoro aro cedars on the hills; aoil, who counts by soul, not station, Loves aud prosporsyou and mo: Tor to Him all tamed distinctions Aro as'pobbles in the Boa, Tolling hands alono aro builders Of a nation's wealth or ramo : Titled laziness is l.cnslonod, red and fattonod on tho same; By tho sweat of other's foreheads, Living only to rejoice; Whllo tho poor man's outragod freedom Vainly llfteth up Its voice. Truth and Justlco nro olerual, Born with loveliness and light: Secret wrong shall net er prosper While thore Is a sunny right: Hod, whoso world-hoard voloo is sluglng Boundless love to you and me, Sinks oppression with its titles, As the pebbles ittthosea. THE 84DO,600POKER GAME. Tho Winner Tel Is Mow It Win Ilnno Tim I.oicr (lot "Untiled," nnd "llet AgnlilNt Wind." Dr. M. M. Hedges, ot Nowburg, N, Y., who, with the nld ot Mr. Scott, won ? no.000 from I'rancis 1'. Weed nt draw pokor and faro, ar rived ot Chicago Sunday ou a visit to Scott, who Is HI nt tho Urlggs House, Ills condition leads to tbo hope that ho may soon bo well enough to return to Now York, Mr. Hodges eiysi "Wo linvo a r olid defenso lit tho civil suit. The taw makos gambling losses recoverable only within tltrco months ot tho Play, That shuts Wood out. Tho commissioner ot tho Poor might bring suit under tho old law to rccovor the money, but that would belike any other ac tion for debt, and ho would havo to nnd the money before ho rould recover It. Thoro aro still tho Indictments for conspiracy nnd gamb ling, dui I'm not growing thin In worrying about them." "Then you don't proposo to glvo up any ot your winnings?" . "Not much," Dr. Hodgos replied nrmly ana contemptuously. "No, sir, that monoy waj fairly won. Wood was not such ft stickor as ho Is supposod to be. Ho playod n pretty solid band ot draw. Why, ho taught mo tho game. Tho llrst pokor hand 1 oor eat back ot ho dealt me." "Ho would ovorbot his hand somotlmes?" "Well, yes; bo bot ngalnBt wind somollms. Thai's tho way tho pot ran up so high that E articular night. If ho had boon son&lblo o would hnvo held up to eeo somo cash In sight." ."How about tho faro game; was ItBquarol" "Oh, It was all square enough. Ho was cloar overboard at poker, and wo wanted somo ar rangement for tho security ol what ho owod us on tho gamo before wo played any moro nt nny game. Ho mado a settlement that was satisfactory, and demanded satisfaction, choos ing fnro, Wo hod no proper tools tor tho game. Tho cards woro dealt off hand, without n lay or a ctio box. Ho bot wildly, got cloait milled, and went to pieces. There was not much ot account bet on either side, Still, what cash wo got we aro going to hold ou to." Mr. Scott nnd Dr. Hodges will probably come East early this week. InsiicctloiiK or Lumber. Tho District Commissioners havo tecohod tbo annual reports ot Messrs. Thomas, Eaton, Uarbnugh, Collson and Champlaln, tho nro Inspectors ot lumber District ot Columbia for 11)0 fiscal ) car ending June 30, 18S2. Mr. Baton states that during the year ho In spected r,031 cords of lumborof arlous kinds, while iho others giro in detail tho number of feet inspected. Tho total figures representing tho lumber Inspected during tho year by four of tho Inspectors aro as follows! yellow Pino 11,21)3.132 feet, whlto plno 111,0.11, cy pross 407,817, poplar 210,02 1, oak H.1,101, ash na,771, walnut 30,010, hickory 1,733, cherry 10,170, niaplo 3,381. Tho reports show various dotocts in tho la,v governing iho Inspection of lumber, and state that somo dealers oponly vlolato thom, and declare thut there Is no law by which they aro compelled to submit to an lnspoctlon of their wood. Several Uoalers are In the habit ot hav ing lumber rcmov ed from tho cars bofuro It has been measured, ami lu this caso tbo lumber rroquontly changes hands several times before It Is Inspected, and 11 found to bo dotoctlro or short nny penalty Imposed falls necessary ou Innocent holders. Lockout nt Cumberland. Notice was posted 5 esterday at tho Balti more k Ohio rolling mill at Cumberland, noti fying tho union add non-union mon to report at different hours. In tho morning nro mon went to tbo onico and said they wcro n com mltteo from tho Amalgamated Association. Superintendent Robinson declined to receive theinns a committee, but placed their names on tho union list after asking them whothor they had read and understood tho nottco at iho gate. They lott and there next went a crowd of nbout 70 union mon nnd tholr names wero taken down. In tho nflornoou noarly all tho entire remainder of tbo 400 employes ot tho mill enrolled themselves as non-union men. Tho union mon woro Informed that they would bo paid ort to-day. It Is expected that tho bar, puddlo and plalo departments will start up Wednesday. It Is almost certain tho pinto mill will start up with a full forco, as it hnd but low union men. Tho other depart ments, especially tho bar null, will require some reorganization, nnd will perhaps start only In part. Tho union men held n meeting yesterday, but what was tlono Is not known. J!5S2$S R0POSAlt TOR CONSTRUCTING AND COMPMITINO THUMB PUI1LIU80IIO0I, J1UI 1,1)1 MIS, IN THE CITY OP WASII 1KCIT0N, I). V. Office OFTiicEMiiNKkn CowwiasioxKir, Wasiiikuton. D. C Bept.'i. 11. Sealed proposals will bo received at thlioulce until 12 o clock m. on Tuesday, Heptombcr 12, 1 Sii, lor the erection and completion of Tiiuku Pun lio kchool DmiMNos, necordliig to plans and niicellkatlonsthsl mny be seen In the olUco of tbo Inipcctor of Buildings ol tho District of Co lombia. Bidders are ta ltedto submltseparate proposals for each building, Llthcr two nod all three; hid? under each will bo ramossed separately and awards mado for one or moro buildings ns tho Commissioners elect. '1 he right to reject any and all bids Is reserved. Vor blanks for proposals, sneclflcttlous, In structions to bidders nnd nil inlormatlou, apply to Hie Inspector ol Buildings, I). ('. By order of Board of Commissioners, D. O. O. J, LVDI.ClCKll, Major of Engineers. U. B. A., Koglneer Com missioner. D. Oj RDl-6t STOVES. JTA.S. H: HABROVBB, 1100 FOURTEENTH STREET N.W. LATROBES, RANGES, TURNAOEa AND iiuuBur-uumniiiitu uuuus. Tinning, Plumbing, Gasnttliig, etc. Jy31 W. H. HARROVER, 818 SEVENTH BTREET NORTHWEST, STOVES, RANOES and HEATERS, nousE-ruRNTsnma cioodr BTOVKAND PUIINACK ItEPAlRS. HATWAED & HUTOfflNSON. Plumbing, furnaces, . Ranges and Mantles SI7 Ninth street n. w. Branch. Eighteenth and P streets, Dapont Circle. THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT or RErniaERATOItB, WATER COOLERS, COOK. INCI BTOVESANH RANQEa to be found In the city, all at low prices, w. S. JBNKS OS oo.. No. 717 HEVEKTIt BTREKT N. W. Disease Is an errtet, uot a cause. Its origin Is within Its iiinnirestatlous without. Hence, to cure the disease tho cavil mint be removed, ami lu no otlier lvav can a cure ever lie r reeled. WAUNKIl'g HACK ICIDNHY AMI l.IVElt GUUISI established on Just this principle. It realizes that 95 Per Cent. of nil diseases nrlae from deranged klilucys nud liver, and It strikes at nuio nt the root or the dlfllcully. The elements or ivhlcli It Is composed net dlrrctly upon these great or- ftnus, both ns a ood uml lettorcr. and, y placing; them lu a lienlthy condi tion, drive disease nud iialu rrom tho system, For the luuiimernlile troubles caused by uuhenltliy Kidneys, r.tver aud Urlunry Organs ror the dls treaalng Disorders r Women ror Malaria, aud ror physical derange tneuts generally, this great remedy lias uo ctfiial, lleivare or Imposters, Imitations aud coucoctlous said to he Just as good. For Diabetes, ask ror WAUNEU'S SAKIC DIAIIKTKH OU1113. For Bnle by all dealers, II. II. WARMISH, at. CO., apll Uocuester, N. Y. SAPJEJ KlDKEYLlVElt SK CURE Sat mnn falaml 814 SEVENTH STREET. Our new building Id now undor roof. Tho builder lias possession ot tho entire building. Tho goods are lu tho way. Wo aro bound to soil. Hats, Bonnets and Flowers ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. Plumes, laces, Tips, Eibbons, at Half their Value. BLAOK ENGLISH TEEBLE ORAPE AT HLAUallTllllINa MICKS. Linen Ulsters, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Plushes, 10 TOR Cr.NT. I.EbS THAN MARKET VALUE. Children's and Misses' School Hats ALMOST QIVEN AWAY. All Other Artioles in the Millinery Line to be Slaughtered. DON'T NEGLECT TO OALL. Buy Your Bargains While You Have a Chance. ZKZQSTGr-'S PALACE, 814 SEVENTH STREET. Bear In mind teat wo havo no branch store nnd no connection with any other establishment In this city. YOUR LAST OHANOE! Gl SEPTEMBER OM.Y! During tlili month you havo tho last chanco of buying the boat bargain over o Herod. Wo mint Dpeu our new bulldineon October 2, uml, as we aro determined to open only with fresh now Roods, weulmUselltlie remainder or our still lmnicnso fitccteatEuch figures as u ill Insure quick baIw. "Wehavconhnnd 1,000 riXCKS BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES! These goorti havo renlly advanced stuco Iat In ter Wo ft ball oiler them way below cost 1,000 riECE9 TALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS! Home of which nre as fashionable thts season ai they w ere lait. You can bur them for 00 cents on tho dollar. They must bo closed. SILKS! SATINS! VELVETS! Tbo largest Mock In tbo city. Convince your Belt of tbe great bargains we are ollerliif. We nre aclllng n beauUfulpuro silk Brocade at 03 cts. In twenty different patterns. Linen and Housefuruishing Goods In odds and ends nt your own price. In preference to fieudlujrtbem to auction. Blankets ! Blankets ! Blankets 1 I.Elfl pairs at less tban w e can replace them I n five case lots. We want fresh goods lor our new build Ins. Therefore the sacrifice. 1.000 COMFORTERS I We offer the largest size, both sides beit cocheco robe print, white cotton filUnir, at (MO; regutar price. 1 '1 be cold w eather w 111 come soon. Pro cure i our w Inter stock now, aioruLLBizu MARSEILLES SPREADS Reduced to (1.20. All our Lace and Nottingham Curtains, some of which are soiled, at lostban half price. WAMSUTTA SHEETINGS! Bent goods made, reduced to the following low prices: 5-4. 12; cents, C-4, 13 cents. 7-4, 17 cents. M, 20 cents. D-4,22; cents. 10-4, 25 cents. These came directly from tho Wamsutta Mills and are In length from one to ten yards. , Ladles' Aill-slze White Lawn Aprons, richly (rimmed, at 8c. All our stock of HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, SKIRTS, In fact every nrttcle In our Immense establish ment reduced to such low figtters that It w 111 pay anybody to buy tbem now lor tho fall and winter w oar, Jtemember, wo are compelled to sell at one price or tbe other. Ifuedu not sell nt retail we sball be obliged to dispose of balance on hand by auction. This Is a troublesome Job, and Incurs many expenses which we want to nave, and glvo the benefit to our customers. Come one and all during tills month to our present stores, 404 ana 406 Seventh Streot, A ml secure somo of llio Rate Bargain. o'x:ba.k.a.'s XiiGiTJir) WarranteiUtho Wrongest (lino on Kartlil Always Heady for Instant Uael Mend, i:verytlilnitt WOOD, OROURKllV, LKATHKll, OllNA MKNTS. CILABS, MAKBLE, l'Al'KIl. ETC., ETCt Indorsed by rrofnor Bolrd, U, S. Fish Com njlulon, nnd used dally by tho Smithsonian In stitute; by the Marble Cutlers of tho Washington Monument; by the United mates Departments, by Hcroll Bawyer.. Carpenters. Carriage llnllders and Hundreds or rrlvale 1'amllles. l'rlce.JJo. and 25c. per bottle, brush Included. Hold only at present by O'MBARA'S GUN BAZAAR, 1347 !' Ave., Wutlilngton, D, O. Headquarters for that 5 (Jan. That II Jtlfle. That (1 23 Target Uun. 'lhatu I.x. h. Com Knllc. 'iliatll Jlazor. Catalogues frootoall. OnOCERIkS. SCHWEITZER'S OOOOATINA (LONDON.) Von Houten's Pure Soluble Cocoa, (WEESI. HOLLAND.) XT. W. BUBOHELL, Jjn i:iJ4 rauuir.T. n. imvxi'Ta- bo-wie. Dealer In 1?JNK 1'AMH.V (IBOOKIIII'JJ .Teas, Wines, Manors and Tahle Luiurles. con.m.vKNUi and l htukkth n. w. "TCi U. II. CIHbKJ.. i. DVtirKTn.ir C.ni.U.W TnnmTmmu. HAiuioun a HAaiiLTOji, Wholesale M.OUK.WINR ANDtlllOCKItV MEIlOlIANTa t7 II.IU. nil Louisiana Avenue. letti JAMES H. MoQILL, DEALER IN DUILDINQ SUPPLIES, No. HIl New York Ave., near Treasury, FANS AT HALF THEIR VALUE AT 1117 and 1119 Panna. Ave. IMPORTED HATS & BONNETS Ulllluery Novelties, Artistic In Design and style I. L. BLOUT'S, 710 SEVENTH STREET NO BTIIWEST. O. BAUM, 416 Seventh St. Northwest. f3TA.-lVC-I?I3SrC3. rromptly Executed. MRS. SELMA RUPPERT, 008 NINTH street, oppo. ralont oraco HAVING REMOVED TO OUH NEW STORE, 427 7th St. Opposite tho Old Rlonil, vre cordially Invito our friends to rail. OAIIL rKTrataiCN, 4U7 7Tn BT. N. w. HOSIERY a Specialty AT DOUGLASS', 623 NTH AND P STREETS, Latest French Noveliies in Millinery Goods, HD-AVTS'., 710 Market Space, Corner Eighth Stroet. If yon want liACER, FRIN0E3, BUTTONS or anything in iWNU V UOODa, so to dayis & moEnsirar, 932 SEVEHTH STEEET. np2 JULIUS LANSBURGH, Extensive Dealer In Straw Mailings, Carpet and Parlor Farailnro, 010 SEVENTH 8THEET, myl EDUCATIONAL. -r V-WWWWN'VWA-V VTiaJIT BCH00L.-PI10F. WILLtAJC A. X bcliubert, ft clI-knona nnU experienced iearlier,,lll open a nlttht acboot for Oermnn. Latin, Kntilhh Composition ana Punctuation, be Rlnuln?onthel5th day of tin; present niomii, at No.40 New Jersey nenue Bontheast, "Wastilnn ton. Othpr o ranch cs will bo taught by prlvato lesBona. Terms reasonable. Addrens accordingly, wpa 3t Georgetown College, D. 0. ACADEMIC lUCrAIlTMENT-ThB Classical nud SclentlilcBchools onen on THURSDAY, Kept. 7. TheSchoolof I'liliosophyonThurj. day, beDt.lt. J300 per nnnum. Apply to the 1'res.dent. SIEDICATi DEPAnTMENT-fechools oneu MON DAY, Sept. A. tIJ.5 per annum. Apply to V. A. ABltOKD, it. D.,Dean, lJJo'N. Y, a e., Washington, D. C, IiAWnEPARTMENT-bchoolsopcnWEDNEa- Prof. W. II, DSKII3. H2J K, V. ve., Washington, D. C. ' JAMES A. DOONAN, S. J., nu3i-ct rnratDKNT. "I ONZAOA OOLLHOE. X 1 HTJIUKT N0UTIIWR8T. Classes will uopen on MONDAY, HlU'TJIir HI'. It Land tho presldenUand directors feel war- ranicuiu uKAuruiK inoso who pmce uoja unuer tlu lr core that a high order of Intellectual and morni irainipawui noKiven incm 'uieciaatioai and commercial conrBrn will bo thoroqgb, TK- NOditAPIlY and OKUMAN will be Taucbt to uiuumiu vtitu lu it-uru iiu'iii. a. Hppgiai cinsH has been orfianiznl and a special teacher assigned lor larger bujs, who naturally Bhiink from tho ordeal ofbrginnlng In tbo company of Utile feU Inwn. Uhey can thusadvanco as rapidly as their tvbllHIpn enable them. IKllMbllOper nuarter.Iii advance. John J. muuwiv.h. j irngfrgH 1'iwlileiit. HOWAItD DKIVHRSITY LAW DBPAHT. M1INT will open Its Tall term (September 13. Tor further Information apply to tho .Secretary, JAM1S) If, SMITH, 620i:thtti street northwest, liuI9A2flgW LflDrolt llnlUHng. SrENOEHIAH UOBINKSa OOLLHOB, LIN coin JIall JUtUillns-, tor, BtU and 1) sts. Day nnd p enluK sessions for tho education of sons and daughters, und men and women fur self support and real lire. 'J be branches taught aro the .nng Halt Language; Uusluens Arithmetic; Hpencerhui l'ructlcal l'fmuanshln; Jlook keeping, by single and double entry, adapted to ecry variety of business; Business Practice, wholesale, retail and ttlinilicru?, WUDIIIEDD A HU.UVL', nilUlllWIO, (UIBII (SIIU banking, emplolnc tho methods of accounts. uusiiu'tMi i m puis uuu L'orrespoiiuenca iwiopicu oy leadliichusluetw houses; I'hjatcal and Vooul Cul ture; Political Economy; Commercial Ijiw; lloal neBs l.thlcs. hptclal departments In Klocutlou, PhonoRraphy and Drawing, In charge of best masters. Collfgu open August 23 lor tbo recep tion of students lor t ho j ear, day or evening. 'lUITJONi liy tho year. In monthly Installments ol f 10 fW '1 he quarter, t w eh o weeks ' Year Hcholarsblp, for day or evening 60 Kvenhig tuition, three mouths - 1" " " one month 0 Tho new handsomely Illustrated College An. nouncement, containing full Information, sent Irfeupou application by mall or at tho col log a Ofllce. IIKNKY O. fll'lCNOKli, Irlncipal. BAHA A.HPKNUKH. Vloe-Principal myl The Bispatcli Parcel Delivery Co, WIH DELIVEn Parcels, Maies, BnndlGS. Loiters, Etc, (o any part of tho dlr, promptly and accurately fi"vb aEnsrars ICacli. Monthly Ilatca for Store Delivery, Will call at Stores ovcry two hours, MARKET I1ARKETB I.EIT AT STANO IOS, UKNTKU UAHKICT, will be promptly and safely delivered. All articles eutruBied to our Delivery will ho faithfully and Uouetly attended to. IcOHMOK&SOM I tlia'IC'E, 307 SRVENTU ST. N, W. CLOTHING. BARGAINS ! BARGAINS! AT HOLLANDER BROS., 117 im:nna. AVI3. Desiring to close out our Stock of boys' ar-oTiiijyra- ami discontinue thU department, we oner them at reduced prices. Parents andUuardlaimvllldo well to call and examine the stock, HOLLANDER BROS., OU30 1317 TENNA. AVENUE N. W, NOAH WALKER & 00,, 023 I-ENNA. AVE. The Orcat Sprlnit and Bummer Pale of our Su perior Styles ot uloluluK, Mon'B, Boys' nnd Ohildron'a Suits in all tho Loading Stylos, Our Trices Ucditcedto Suit tho l'ockots of all. Business Suits, Dresa Suits and Working Suit3. We organlro a tale of Clothing now that shall reducoourstock Immediately. Thin Is thotlme and now tho day for bargains. The voodl mun he sold at once, and early buyern shall have all tho advantage of New Uoods at Low Prices. Jyi 410 7th St p erG!praj1 Clothier and Tailor, 507 Seventh St. Northwest. OPPOSITE" U. P, TOST OFFIOK. J. A. GRIESBAUER, MERCHANT TAILOR, 8B NINTH STREET NORTHWEST, fsandupforpantft. flS and np for Overcoat. 12.50 and up lor Making and Trimming Panta. GEO. P. TIMMS & CO., Cor. Seventh and I) sta. One-PriceOlotbing House CALCUTTA SEERSUCKER and PONGEE SILK SUITS, DEVLIN& OO.'S, IPSO F BTKBBT. B. ROBINSON 8s CO., The Boys' Clothiers, BOB PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE anW-g F. J. UEIBEBQER, OITIrKNa AND MTX-XTABT 533 rifteenth ntrcet Opp. C, B. Treasury, Washington, D. O SEEHSUCKEB A.BAKS, & CO., nil! AND ma SEVENTH BT. CALCUTTA. BUITS H. X). BARB, MERCHANT IAILOB, 1111 FENITA. AVE. ley LOUIS KETTLER, MEKOHANT TAILOR, 1 123 T BTItCET X. W. LIKES, BERWANGER & CO., Strictly Ono-Vrlco Olothlera. Sprluc Stock Now Koady. 310 Soventh St: H. KAT7.KXSTEIN, Manager. ElBcman Brothers, Tailors and Olothien COENER BEVENTn AND E STREETS. NO BEANOH STORE IN THIS CITY. Sl'lCING AND SUAIMUIC CLOTHING. I. HAMBURGER ft SONS, BIB PENNA. AVE., under Metropolitan notA. 421 Seventh Btrcet Northwest, Odd-FeUowa' IUU, rOPPLAR CLOTniEB AND TAILOB. SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING In all the Latest Styles, at A. SO?3EtA.TTS gMTPa. Ave. $13 Blue Middlesex Flannel Suits NOW 110.75. 1 1 CO llluo Pants now I3.S0. uooduchool Suits from (ISO to f3andup. single Pants from 75c. up. Misses' nnd Boys' School Shoei, (I and up, Hats, 60 cents nnd up. Uood Working Pauls, tl 7.1 and it. 50. Straw ITats at aud below cost. A II Summer (Joods at a sacrifice. 1014-1010 l'ouim Avo. J. W. SELBY. PIANOS. ELLIS & CO., 937 Pennsylvania Avonuo. NW1 bojo Agonia lor THE FAMOUS WEBER, B lii'Bt 111 illU voriQt Nparlvftll tbo great cinders nod artists o( the world Etve them tlie preference over all otberi, Also, agents lor the ceiebrtctt Smith American Organa OHAUNOEY J. REED, 133 SEVENTH BTREKT N. W. BOLI2 AOKNT TOR THE S? riftnos width e BITONINOEK Cymbelln Or sans: the only organ coutalnlnK a complet9 chlmuor bolls. Bold on H monthly payment. Ola l'lunos nnd organs taken In eichftUKeat full caali value. 1,H. Our bquaro Grand Jlelnekamp 1'lauo Is peerlesa lu style and quality, and sold for leni monoy and on easier terms than any other, tayii AVU REPAIRING mado a apcclalty; also, accordcons, banjos, vio lins and b attars repalrtil, and the best strings aud parts of the abovo luatrnments constantly on hand and for Bale by J. F. I4XTOA.S, 515 DTII ot.. under church, next to Critic olllce. frffi; OSEGiWlMR V ASl &v tM?mm h WJigLAiM:TUtXl3t :,a mxR- i Ttf 'IFIC PTWrlto for littlo book of Curoa. If you doubt, come to Allauta, and no n 111 cure you or charge notkli's, (JJT nrrwlH PM nycbnht wliowlll tpUUt Hud, on analysis ol lirt hollies, any Mercury, Iodide of Potassium, or Ulueral Bug. tauce, SOLD BY ALL DRUQQISTS. 0NE-PRICE ") y CLOTHIER T FINANCIAL. IT. t CONSTANT QUOTATIONS, Direct and Prlvato Wlro to Now York, Philadelphia and Boston. 0P.DKR3 IN Stocks anil Investment Securities EXECUTED WITH DESPATCH. BUY AND SELL Qovorumont Bonds, Foreign Exchange, Ooln, &c. Army Ofllcors' rny Accouuta Onsliotl. E D. Me, jr.. & Co., Bankers 1429 F Stroot. We Inrlte the Public to examine our Quotation and avail thenuelres ot our service as Broken In Haying and BelUnr Mt RAILROADS. PENNSYLVANIA BOUTE, " 10 mK AOUTD, ITE8I AND SOUTniTEJT. In Kvy fct Jtir y Id, 1S32. TRAINS LEAVE WAB1IIN01 ON, fromatatlon corner otHlitli aud B ltrceto, an follows: For nttaburK and the West, Chicago Limited Express of rullman, l'ataco Hleeplng Cars at 6 jo a. m. dally 1 Fast line e-JO a, m. dally, with bleeping cars from llarrteburg to CInclu natl. Western Kxprcs 7.30 p. m. dally, with Palace cars to Pittsburg. Mall Kxpress, s.sop.m.dallrrorl'lttaburgand tbe West. Tor Crcflson springs dally at 9.30 a. m., aud 7.30 and 0 ft) n. ui. BALTIMOItE A POTOMAC BAILBOAD. JBor Canandalgua, ltochester, Uuaalo. Niagara, at CIO a. m. dally except Sunday, with Parlor car from Harrlsburg to Watblni, and 9 so p. m., dally except Saturday, with Palace car wnohlnglou to C'annndnlguu. For Wllllamsport, Lock Haven and Elmlra at 9 DO a. m. dally, except bunday. Tor New York aud the aat, 8.00 a. m., 10.30 n. m., 1 30, 4 HO, 0.S0 and 10.20 p. m. On bunday, 4 20, II 60, and 10.3) p. m. Limited Kxpress of Pull, man Parlor Cam, .30 a.ta.datly, except tjundar. For Philadelphia, 8.00 a. in., 1030 a.m.. 1.30, A i), S.50 and la'J) p. in. On Hunday at 4 20, s to and 1020 p.m. Limited Express, .30 a. m, dally, except Sunday. For lialilmoro, 6 40. 8.00. 0.30. 10.30 a. m nnd 1.30, 4 20, 4.40. 6 20, 7.30, 9.90 and 10.20 p. m. On Mun. day, 8.00, 9.30 a. m 4.20, 0.20, 7.S). 9.50 and 10.29 p. m. Tickets and Information at the ofllce, north. east comcrof Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at tbe station, where orders can be left tor thechreklngof baggage lodestlnatlon from hotels nnd residences. Fit ANK THOMSON, aencral Manager. J. It. WOOD. General Passenger Agent. BALTIMOEE & OHIO KAILEOAD. Tnx Model Fast. AND TIIE ONLY LINK BETWEEN 'IUU ICAbT AND THE WEST, via Washington Doublh TnAcic Janxk y Goufles t L . . . .BTERL ItAILHl Bchedale to take eflect Huudayi May 21, 1332. A. M. LEAVE WASniN5TON! ta.3D CHICAOO.GlKCINNATIANOHT.LonisFiAV Kxpkess. Hlceplng cars to Cincinnati, t, louts and Chicago, s.oo Baltimore, Elllcot City and War Stations 6,16 IlAITIMOKE KXPIUBS, O.CO Baltimore, Annapolis and War. (Fled mom. Htrasburar. Wlnchestor. Hagerstown and Way. via Belay.) f7.4 5 Baltimore Express. B.io lolnt of Ilocki and Way Stations. 0.10 Fiji lad klpiiia. New Vonx and BoaTOX K.xtkkm. varlor cars to New York, 0.40 bTAUNTox and VALLErExFBEns. (Oon neets for Ilaeentown and atFolnt ol Kock lor Frederick,) to. 00 Baltimore, JlyattsTllle and Lnnrfl Ex press. Btopa at BeltsvUIe.AunanoIls Junc tion. Jessnps and Borseya. On Sunday BtopsatB.il stations. 10.00 Baltzuobk Expbkm. Blopn atHyatta- vllle and Laurel. ti0.40 FiTTsBnBen, CnicAoo. Cincinnati and St. Loots Kxpbkas, sleeping cars to Ola clnuatt and Chicago. F M. la.io-Baltlmore.ElUcot City, Annapolis and Wy Htationa. ll.ca on Sunday Only, for Baltimore and Way, fU.QO BALTIMOBK EXpnESH. fu.oo baltimobe. l'uiLADELrniA and New YOKK ICXi'KKWS. 8.00 Baltimore and Way Stations. (Winchester, FredorlcKtHageratown and Way. via Ko lay.) 4. SO BALTIMOBK. JlYATTSVILLK AND LAtTBEL Expuesi. Vrederlclc, via ltelay. Stops at Annapolis Junction. 4.40 Baltimore. Annapolis and Way 8tatIonff 4.40 l'olnt or Bocks. Frederick:, Jlageratown Winchester and Way Stations. (Uubundar toFoint of Bocks and War Stations onlyd t0.4S-BALTiuonsi Expbess. (Martlnshurg and Way. via Belay, stops at liyatUvlUe and Laurel. I Q.oa l'olnt ol Bocks and Way Stations. t7,oo Baltimore and Way Stations, tfl.io FirrsnuBBit, Cleveland and Detroit J-.x press. Sleeping Cars to Flltaburgn. 0.10 Baltiuobe EXPBESa. fO.OO FuiLADELpifiA, New YosKand Bottom ExrRKHs, Sleeping cars to New York flO.lO CUICAOO, ClNCINKATI, and ST. LOOU Express. Sleeping cars to Cincinnati, St, iKtuIs and Chicago. 11.00 Baltimore and Way Stations. t Bally. iSunday only. Other trains dally ex cept Sunday. AH trains from Washington stop at Belay Bta Hon. For further Information apply at the Baltimore A Ohio Ticket Ofllcea, Washington Station, and 611 and 1351 Fcnna. avenue, cor. of 14th street, where orders will be taken ice baggage to be checked and received at any point In the city, WM. CLEMENTS, O. K. LORD. Master of rlranspoitaUon Uen.FaKiengerAgt.i iuirmoRK. riALTiMonB. THE YIEGINrA MIDLAND EAILWAT THETBUNK LINE TO THE WE3T AND UOUTUWEST. 7:10 a. m. New Orleans Mall, dally, making cloio c onnectlons to all points Houtli andSoutliweit, with l'ulltnau Sleeping Cars from Washing ton via Banvlllo to Atlanta, aud Atlanta to New Orleans, also, Washington to New Or leans via Lynchburg and Bristol. 8 20 ft. m.Loumillo last Line, dally, via Char lotesillle, Huntington and Lexington, to Cin cinnati, Louisville and all Southwestern point. making direct connections, nnd with solid train and Fullman sleeping Cars, Washing ton to J-oulsville, 4 3) p. m. Warren ton Accommodation, dally, ex ccpt Hunday, for Warrcuioit andlntormedlalo ist at Ions, Jletu ruing, arrUes lu Washington at 10: jo a.m. 10 33 p. in. Southern Mall and Etprcas, dally to nu polutiSouth, Southeast andriouthwent, via Danvlllo nud Charlotte, with Full man sleep ing Cars Washington to Charleston, nnd Washington to Wlmetiulphtir Springs. Mark's Sleeping Chair Cars betn cen Washington and Bamllle. Tor nil points on Manassas Division take 7:10 a. m, train dally, except Sunday, For War ron ton take 7.10 a. nt. train dally, and 4.J0 p. ui. train dally, except Sunday. For tickets and all Information, lnrmtro at Company's OUlre. C01 Pennsylvania avenue, or at Union Depot, Olllce, out Fmnsylvaula avenue, Isconnecteil with telephone B)stem. F. T. HAWKS, Asst. 1 aud T, Agent. M. SLAUtlllTEU. General Fossenger Agent. SOL. ItAAH. 'Irallln Manager. null STEAM BO A TS. ORIUCltMOND.FltKDEBICKflBUBaAND TnESOUTir, TOTOMAU STEAMBOAT COMFANV'a ST3UMEH 3CEYF0BT, fromBeveuth'Btrertnbarl at Or. rn.and3p.ra., connecting at Unantlcq, ON THE MOIININO T1UF ONLY, nltli FAST TRAINS SOU I'll, via the Btchmond, Fredericksburg nnd Fotomao Ball road. Two hours and a-half by water. ,. ALL THE lOlNTH OV INTKHESP ON THE 1UVKH SEEN BY DAVL10HT, Mount Vernon, Foris Footo aud Washington, United States Arsenal, Alexandria and other noted places, ., ... , Partita from oil points going South .will. Ami thfsavcrynitrattieroute.auda relief L'omthe monotony of an all-rail ride. , ALL BAIL TICKETS OOOD VIA BOAT AND VICE V LBS A, Information ns to tickets, rates, etc,, pan be had at Comipy'8otileo,7th'Btreet wharf. (ILOllUK MA'FUNULY, Uen.Supt. Wlf.F. WELCH. Agent. Jylltf UVEHY STABLES. A.'B.KKYKH, JBMITU." ICluVEB &: ao Close Carriages for Weddings, Calls andBecep tloiis. Boarding and Livery stable, WllUrd's Hotel BUhlcs.rorncMith andEsts. FADBLETT 6s BHO., 422-21 J'.lgltth Street, bet. D and U u. w. Closo Carriages for Weddings, Calls and Itwep Uons. Boarding and Livery Stables. DUMB BELLK DUMB BELLS. Tho Best In the City, For Sale by F. bCIINEIDER A SON, luj-23 Fenna, avo, aud 16th al rMli ..... ti.AJ-- .. ii5Sl .tf ..jL-zr.&lZZ. -g. ,A -' $tVt, rfe.i-y.MfisSl. mir: -i. aax ' JvvjL" 4.fc. dM,A.aKlB W. U-t. -vU , u.l. &flXW rtkrwmdtfo!mmfirmmmmmimmmmmimkmti J$U4-Ulh,K, m, ,