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[ _ AUCTION 8ALES.
this af'fl k\??un.
t>kk;:m: to-uy hale
i of
two fin- lots (in sixtf^nth street ex- (
tkm>; i> v: r.mnx hili >. nf.au coluhBi
A ?aD. ALv>, i'WO-s'l OHV BKICK STOKE
AN') I?WEI,1.IN i on TKU.MBULL STKEKT.
it. \M1.H IMMIMTV;) AI.-O. TWO-STORY
FK A V i AM> l.ul I V l.f.K V Hi.'i Wf.fcN MX
it '. h * nd sevkx'f EE nth a NT? i. ani> m
,v i ill : TS N. KTHWKST. ALSO. F'UMK HOUSE
AM) ' ' I' \ O sT'iEEf. BXIWEEN NINTH
an ? T- n rl STltKKlS i?r< HW HT.
oi v, ?.n si>\v vi 1 i noun. .:i ly nine/rki
tf i n h. at mx u'ci-ot k. we will r i iu front cf .;ji;
th?* rreinim??.
Lors !_> and ii. blo-k it. mrnmian hill,
Bitust."! on l*.h -pert ext-nded. li'-ar Coitimbii road,
bbhi.'e h > f<
At HAi ?*-!'.* ' SIX ? 'I-I/KJK SAME AFTER- ,
boon. :n ;r- > : 1 thi*
LOT U. } L- K n>. If. WARD UNIVERSITY SUBdivision.
itnitf-'l i. t.-u?u* - -u '.rt'ieOovrmnrntPark,
lnii r \ 11> tw - *o\ brirk -t rn ni: i dwelling.
or. ? id \ . \ e'i el: v " >n, .july twenty fiks
1, utsix u'llcck, -vu w;ll s i: in front of the
prei:.i- *,
l >t l. svuark 183,
Bitnr?f--1 ii' 1> * i sin 1 17th and l aii'l m
trt - i .\- t. :u)|;r. vwi? by wn -il lrijiie.
a' i? ' f , ix o'l i/ ck sa.uk afternoon,
i.i Jn?n: tb i r?::
!,?>t square :190.
nitu...< 1 : (is-:, t, in tv.-i-.-ii tnli tid 10th streets southWent.
: v. : y ir .ti.e ?v i ;u-r.
'jbf jji pr.i: ";-tf s |-*-t-sont srood opjjortunlty for '
tcvf-t. ok'. fw su tv ar ) >- uivu
'IV: :: > ; *>*?: ! ; anc.* in one snd two year*,
no!'-.'!"N"r?ii i? r Tit. pa .r.ble p*??ui-annii?ily, and
to i? t oI tenet. \ deposit ?>f $100 on
ea h f'iew - ! C< ?. ve--u::c :i* and rt corl iifr at pur- l
cha.~cr'-> . '--t. lYrai- t > t-i ; n' lied with in neven days i
txr>za_ cc. 41kiwin rt- a.- at nak an com: of ttidt- i
fan.tiri ." i '?r.afror tiv d ?v.V public notice of hui*1i
rt'-n - 1 - \.4|4ifri .!?; il ::i Wa biiivrion. ij.G. 1
Jjlt-ili'lj 1M N. A SSI 'N HKOS.. A uc's.
fim- J. . \ f 'i . r.-ii , t .t AiK'iMJtMMUL
jl eij4 f strvet n >:thwest.
triv-'te":"s sale of t5 act of t.and in the
i >. ; ? >; wamiin . i on, 11i.inil i'aht of
v n a. . :i;y,' with the imfuoy1.ments
rt >! h kr.l ?n.
t'} virrn- i n dr?l of tri; t io me. dated ot;to1>er/^
lStb. a. l>. ih74. a d record^ 1 ?n Li>er No. v(w?f?j3
fo;:< t *!ud ree nb f.>r the dmktti*
lnr.il'ii, a-id mi tli r re | ?'?t of the party secured
tb?'r^l>>. i >?i > 1 ;.t jub.i anttion, in frant of ths
pr,-:-r- <>ii uuid vy. jl ly fourteenth. 18Si.
at f<-ltlt o'< ;,1 h'K m., :! tliiit ct-rtaiu piwc t>r '
<f irroir;.:. -it^a't* and ln'ir.^ in tbo coni.iy of
h Ti'-rt* ttif I>i>tri. t r?f i'oli;nibwf and known 1
and ' * lv.i. 1 k.in^lot l uiiiu-re-.l two (j)of <
"I iv .. .v.-i ?n of I six (G) ;i2id niui (J) of a ?
tmr* . Inhii .1 " rv " s?D(] fli'inpiliiitr n
plat of s.id mt oirisiwi r- <r<!ed in I.ilw-r , fo io
, r th-- Irjid records <>f Washinirton county, iu
th?* I>)-?tn?*t of <'o!uini>is. with ihe irnpr ovenie .ts thereon,
cun-i urtfi'i u Lunie
(): ?foort'i cash. an l the remiindar in three
equal j?-;vnj |>:iyai>ie iu ?:x. twelve and eighteen
moDlhn. uiUi utsix per cent. | er annum. i'aya)
if v* . i-knn ai y. ari l ?e.'iired l>y derdof truston the
l>r< ! rrj - Id. A I ronvryanrinsf at iinretewr's cwt.
A ds . i .-it Hi il'.O uiii bo rtijuln-d when pro:-erty Ls
pold. It term- r f ?a'e ar>* not e.wn !icd with within tivo
day* f.-. ;m i?y Dt sale t'u? | r.?i erty wili be resold -it ru-sk
and co>t of defaulting pui; hiy r.
i-KAiiTUS ?J. CIIAPIN,
Jv3-d'al-? Trustee.
tr~ the above salf is postponfd until
TKli'W A1 i I-KNooN. .11 l.V TWKNTY - FIRST,
i?.jf ! ur Mid } .ace. EiiASTUS ii. CH^PIN.
jy ds Trustee.
I! V A1:NMil, Ball r Br.to, IMPet. nTwT
Tl-r- l'f.J-'S SALF. OF A DXS1RABLE TWO ST.>RY
j*M' LACK BUILDSNG, .No. ;p.>4 EIGHTH
pi t:'" r no::th::ast. phf.ss:-d bkick,
i', king and it:oN iiati in-; in f;:on i. dm;
M i i'ilAME BUILDING IN ItKAK uN ALLEY.
Bj virtue - f a .leeil rf tm t. d ted Msyl4th, A r>.
silj i>-. 'Dit d in lib r N<?. 71M. foiio 50,one of
the I:.*, i rec r.isf >r the iJistrict . f Oo'.ubia, an 1 rf""
th" writt r< qu- - of the party serured thereby, I shall
*11 ..i ;>n)>!ic indioii in front of t; e ptHni-tton F1UDAV,
.11 ' V :! 1 at six O'rLO'K I>. M., the
follow?hit rrit>,. i real estate. sitr^te in the City of
Wan .-t !!. f?;>trici of f >]umbi<t. known and cle crif
1 f >t nnial>ere;l fourt -en (14), i:? M|j?:re
iijrlit hundred and ntitrtjr-foar (891) be>cinnin_
t' - h-' - ue at the nortln i~t rorner of i-uid l>?t.
Mi l .i. ..u f ,-onth al-'*:r the iiise of flth ;?tr?*et,
twei't: - ej? 2T?f^ t, thenre we-?t one hnndre t and
nin< 1 f- t. to the r-**r Hue of s.ii J lot: thencv ni *h
twe- *V : 27) . - i: tlle i *e e'i."i with the di%i.'iii<
Une ->i; L- thirt_ 'iU>, 3: -t fourteen (14), one nondretl
! i> i>?> lee: t ?t i iliee of t>e'riu:iiuir, togctl:<
r -with tilt rovemeiit?, he.
le? ?'a - i:. i trash, an t tao balance in one and
twoje ."s fi iiit r--t at six ,-t cv.it. ye- a"in*:iu.
I"" ' nnauuiiy, ?ec;:r^<l by deed of tr ist. or idl
ta-i. ?: ii of i>arch=. ?-r. A dejxx-it of ^j:>j ref
->?.li, and ai! iwivrvaU' liK at pnrti.
,-r'> t ;. Ternn t > !.e complied w:th in seven
nrvv. ; . tin- :r.:stee reserves the ri-^ht to resell
lilt i r.-i t. .> alter n?e day- a.Jverii uient.
CH\KLKS F. SOilvliUl", Trn<t-e.
J. T. O'iLPU'KLL. Ai.ctioaeer. JylO-eoil&ds
TP-JlOmtMHT.
mi:u.-IAS LiY.LINtj. Auctioneer.
KECl'LAU S T.E 07 HOrRFHOT.D EFFECTS. ,
ili'iii* S AND r\!ij;iAots.
At a *. r S \ f I" RDAY, iUL.Y TWENTY- t ]
SECOND, iSH'J. AT 1 EN O'CLOCK. ,
Also, ,
1, 0?
S i -mnuntexl^hrKr-caseJ.
1 H.r-:it,-safew i
8 i n ist?: Mirrirs. .
\L-<>, AT 1 V. i LYE O'CLOCK,
F- rrr-.-l If- r
1 !: ' .(1 \V, 4.
; .e-l>ai. Top Biic-'.cp.
l ? .. r.:aory-t p Ph*tm.
1 r* PL?ton.
THOMAS DOTVLING. Auct.
? =- !
_ RAILROADS.
1~S?B HI< liMOXH.J'iiEllKHK'KSBlfiU; AND I
1 HE SOUTH. '
POTOMAC TEA3in ?.Vi COMPANY'S STEAMER
KKYPOiiT, |i
Tro::. 711; t trhtrf ut U a.m. an?l 3ji.ro., connectto-r
at \\ :h lept tr.-m* south, via the Kicb- I ]
?:<>r. i. i .in- r.rbbar,' ui.l Potomac nulr wii. Two 1
l?o:>r.-' a ;. itf !?v wsWr. 1
ALL li. i I S u! ISTF :> ST ON I KE RIVER 1
SI.KN P.Y DAYLIGHT.
Mmi | Tim n, Ir>rts Foote *??! ! \\j T). United I .
Btat - At aS, AtexudiU nul otka Batfdjjam.
'v i all i*>u:t- ittrvs S- uth will find this a '
*er> ?r n*:::e. aiul ii ir^iu the monotony of
?n a-l-r . i ; .
ALL 1 AiL TICKETS G OD BY BOAT, AND VICE
V .i,S\.
Inf >:-. it; .n a-? to tiok. t-. r'!? etc., can be ha<l at
Con u..' - oSiof, Tth -u?et wi. ?i f.
GEORGIA MA'i T1NGLY, Gen. Snpt. I
V. P. v?KL('Ht Agent. )yu
B' .M.TIMOI. E A OHIO RAII-ROAD.
i:;k m u> l fast, and thf. only lins
L I *. t..\ i'Hi. ilAST AND THE WEST,
% ! \ W >HIX(iTO>.?IhU'BLK TP.ACK!
JAN XKi C ?l PLi:K! MEKL RAILS!
s-! Hi III LK T<> TAKK KrrEt'l'
.s r N D \ Y, >i .\ V > r, lH J'J.
A. V. 1 y \\i. W\SHINtiTON.
1 -t. Fist Kxt-rr^a. I
> ' !> ?? < :ii. ' . _:i. St. Iand Chicatfu j
. r-, Kill' tt C.*: ;md TVav Stations.
MM 1 MOKE hXi'UK^S.
:0 > ! >r?-. cn i Way (Ifodmont, straa- j
b.;-- v hf-'t-r. xu aud Way, via ltcia>'.) ,
V- ?:*'.TiMoltK EXPRKSS.
fc:lt> 1 .'ill k* a?d W <y s:ati<nM.
*:..V 1 til.ADKLPHIA. NEW YORK AND BOSTON
EX1 i J- >*. l'trl* r far?- to Nt-w York.
8:4 s. ii tii.l Valley Ex> !?-? *, (c.-nnccis for Hs>r.
-?;<> . a-.'l st Point -.t Rocka 1 r Frederick.)
t. Hvatt-viVo and Laurel Ex])re?H.
;t iklUvilkw Annai>oiis Junction. Jessup'a
a: : I> . On Sun.layrf gtops at au Hiations.
10 -, 1?. \i.'i i MORE (btoi>s at ilyavtsviila
an i ir -i.)
tlO . i-t'-l .inr, C'::icsiri. ( incinuati and St. Louis
1 --Iet-i inir Cincinnati and Chicago.
P.y l ..tiuiore. Klli ? ty. Air.iaj>oIij?, Way. ;
51 ' !! ;v only for Hu tiiuore and Way.
tu ?iu:Tkxpk:-.ss.
"i it". Philadelphia and N. Y. F.xpr.\a?.
3 1 . rt- ?n<l Way su-.tion*. (Winchester, Fro.l<
. mi'I Way. >ia ltelay.)
4 I ' r>'. llyatts\UI - .v L.aur?.l I x press. (Frod
r. , .ii 1.. Ilj. flu:-} in-' tt Annapolis Junction.)
<n-, Anua^'oiif- and Way Stations.
ti 1 > !' . i of tU?;k*, Frederick. HfpretrnTi. Win
: and Way Station*, (On Sunday to Point of
-;..l ff iv Star: v?only.)
tf'45- 1-'.Li I MOKE EXPRESS, Of;rti!s8bnnr and
W .y, \.a II. iay. sto- * a: Hyattaville and Laurel. J
6:<V f l'.rcx* <1 Way St: tiou*.
t" 00 1". r?- and Way Sta.ions.
ft.It; : : : :>Sl R<?. CLEVELAND ?nd DETROIT
I X : ;::>s Sle*n i.isr l ar^ to Pitt->bur*.
9;l(i_l'\i tiV.Ol:! EXPPI.SS.
tv.55-ii;i. \ DELPHI A. NEW YO!.K and BOSTON
I XIV...S-i. Sl.vp.nic Car* t j New York,
tlf * ' Vi-'n, Cincinnati and St. I.oui* Ex) ress.
>. i ?':tr* to t'iin innati. St. Loutaand Chiciv.ro.
11 > 1 Ai TIMOKE AND WAY STATIONS.
tDailj . . lay ouiy. Other trauis daily, exceptSnndsy
A ' Tra.1. - from \Vaj<h.i..wt .n ?top at ltelay S+^*ion.
I' r : . r information a>>t?iy at tlw Saltiinoro and
Chio 'l s. w t oibv-?s Waebintrton t'.ia?i :n, 619 and 1331
r?nTi?> H; i.? avenge, i-orner ?trtet, whereordera
win b. t- Kvii tor 1 .;?<va?rw Vj li checked and received at
ant voii.; m city.
M'V.D, Gen. Passenirer Arent, Balto.
* ( I 1 ii1"** < s. Master of Iraua.. Balto. niytf
Tu.y rtRF.\r
PENNSYLVANIA ROFTB
TO TH. MJKTH, WU1 AND HOI THWF.8T.
DOUBLE TRM K. SPLENDID SCENERY.
bTEEI. K.\i! S. MAON 1FIOENT EQUIPMENT.
IN : FFFrr JULY iSTH, 1hw2.
r.ate Wa-hiv(;tos vbom Station, Cobvhb |
<>r tu axn it ntrukts. ah follows: ?
Jor Pittfl urvr an.* Ibe We>t, Chicatro Limited Express
of l'a:j? ilk Car.-i at 5#:30a.m.. daily ; Fa?t
l.ine "? :?> ?.m. daily, with S'eepin* Car* from
^viav 1*1-1 >11iv to i n<*'-liiiaH w*?? 11/4
- ? n covciu Xil I'irss 4 :ou
V 111. daily. with I ?!?<- C-ir? t>> Pitta f'urv and
i .uc.nu-ti. 3J^U >.xurtc?, 9:50 p.m. daily for
p?t?! :rv and the
BAi TIMOR! AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
f*t Ca>B?ii>l:ij(U\ Rut beater, buflaio, Niv'tit, i>40a.
1.5. tL?i:y ex??pt Sunday. w;th Palor Car from Harr
i . rv t'. Watkir.*: 9-50 p.m. daily,except haturi\
.v. with Palace Ca:a from Washington to C'auaudaisiXLw
for Wirt. Lo k Haven. and Elmira. at 9.30 a.
r. da:li~. excel t Km: I ly.
lor V w * rx an J ttJ -K st. H:00 a.ia., 10 30a.m.,l:30,
4 "'', 9:'* >. and 10:-0 p.m. ^ On Sunday, 4:20, <?:50
?k<: p.m. limited Exj re?i?of Pullman Par*
k>r tf:JUa.m. daily, exoept Sunday.
J"CT B? -Urn. N.Y.. all thr-mirh train* connect at Jercty
OiT.- *'th boat* of Brooklyn Annex. aff<>nHT>?
d rr*-t transfer to Eidtoti street, avoidingdoubta
ft-rrtas* aeron New York City.
Jor 1) i tr.a. 8:00 a.m., 10: <0 a.m., 1:30, 4:20,
9 and 10:20 p.m. On Sunday. 4:30, 9:50.and
p.m. Limited Exi rvswi. a.30 a.m. daily,exee.
t snnday.
Tor P;-'? .n: re, t> 40, f>:00 9 30, 10:30 a.m. and 1:30,
4:-0. i:40 6:20. 7:30, 9:50, and 10:20 p.m. Oil
h.m inv. 8:00. 9:30 a.m.. 4:*l, 6:20k 7:30, 9:50,
an 110:20 p.m.
Fee P< Oft Line, C:40 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. daily,
exc*pt Sunday.
*0* A is, 6 40a.ni and 4.40 p.m. daily, except
unday.
ALr.\AM?i r\ AND FRF.DERICKSBURO RAILVk.<\
\ Sii ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON
H.?. 1 l.Ri\\ D.
I"or Alexandria, 6:30, 7 0O. 920, 11:00 and 11:25 km..
4 .20. 5 :< *). 6:20l 8.00 and 11 :S0 p.m. On Sunday
at*' 30. 9 20, 11 00 and 11 :*25 a.m.,and 8 p.m.
Tor in n l and the South, 6:30 and 11:26 a.m.
daily, and 5:00 n.m. daily, except Sunday.
Triiii> Va\e Alexandria for Washington. 6:00, T:20?
X i-.aud 10.00 a.m.. 13:40, 5?:00, 5:00. 7:00 and
9: JO p.m. and 12:00 midniirht. On Sunday at
7 W, S.15 Mid 10:00 a.m.; 7:00 and 9:20p.m.
T ck-.t" and information at Km office, northeast corner
f *f : tli - reet and Pennfyirania avenue, and at the staIti,
where onlen can be left for the checking of UtfSan
to destination from hotel* ana residences.
J. R. WOOD,
Gam rat 1'innnn Agent.
FRANK THOMSON. Gernn I Mmwr.
Vv- A 1 * >; R*H. ?H i?T H~STREET NORTHWEST?
f f LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER.
w MOTHPROOF FKLX. CAJUrST FgX.^
^
AUCTION SALES.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS Ac CO., Auctioneers.
Rornlar sale of Furniture, Ac.. at onr salesroom TOMORROW
MORNING, JULY TWK51Y-SkCON D,
TEN O'CLOCK A. M.
It WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. Aucts.
I^CXCAXgOS BROS., Auctioneers.
entire contents OF HOUSE No. j30 B STREET
W)UTnWK>T. CO SITTING IN PART OF BEDKIT.ADS,
BUREAUS. VASHSTANDS, WARDROBES,
MIRRORS, H.C. AND OTHER CHAIRS.
1 ocrki s, TABLES. LOUNGE, MATTRESSES.
FEATHERS, SPRINGS, RF.FRIOERATOB,
SAFE PICTURES, MATTING. CROCKER* AND
GLASSWARE. COOKING SIOVE, KITCHEN
UTENSILS. Jcc.. &c? AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY MORNING, JULY TWENTYFOURTH,
commencing ?t TEN O'CLOCK, we will
- eii at the ab ve residence, a (reneral assortment o:
l.otwholii efcects. par ly enumerated a!>ove. J 2I-2t
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. Auctioneers. "
VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTY ON
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF EIGHTH AND L
STREETS A N > ON F.I- HTH STREET, BETWEEN
HAD !. S I REETS. AND IMPROVED
PJ.OP. RTY ON WATE v STREET. BE EES'
TWENTY- E< < ND AND TWENT .-THIRD
streets northwest, at aucii n.
On WEDNESDAY. JULY TWF.MY-SlXTH.AJi
1 *S2, at . -IX O'CJ.OCK P. AT., we s; all sell, in ,:jj
troiit of t'it premi c?, tine--' valuable bui dinsflot*,
ivi?ion ot oryriutl lot N . U, in square No. 4G2.
ch lot b:i vnir ? <r*Hl f out rum;in s bacK to the depth
Iher-of. Plat exhibited on the day cf sale.
*Vlso
On THURSDAY. JULY TWENTY-SEVENTH, 1832.
at SIX O'CLOCK p. M., on the premise?, lot* 4 sml 5.
in Ftpiare No. 62, front neon V ater stsec-t, between -2d
-ud 2:J l gtnetrt northv.e.-t, wiih improvements therein,
con.-i.st r..' of two two-story frame uwelhntr*.
Terms or pale: Oae-fourth cash; ba.ance in pix.
twelve, ei^ht- en aud twen y-four monilis for notes
U-Hr.tyr interest from day of salu and h cured by a deed
r?f trust on property Bold. All conveyancing. Ac., at
pui ciiaM r's cost. A d? i?>8:t of J10t> cu each iot will be
required t tlie t;me of vale.
Jy-il-d.vd* WAL i EKB. WILLIAMS A CO., Auct*.
Pl p. em ' tory sale ~of~ two-story frame
house on h street, near fourteenth
STREET NORTHEAST.
On TU !>D AY A I-TEH NOON, JULY TWENTYFIFTH,
>.t SIX O'CLOCK, we will nell in front of the
premises
LOT FOUR IN SQUARE NORTH OF SQUARE ONE
T! OU-->AND AND FOR tY-NI. E,
iitusti' I on 11 ,-treet no: th. near 14th ptrc t e-^st, improved
by two-story frame and cue-half of two storv
fr:::uo. 'ih ? property is near Washinirton B/ick Machine
Company's works and Columbia Railroad car
lepot.
i erms: One-third casb, balance in one and two years;
notes to l^ar tix per cent, interest, payable a mi-anuua
ly. Conveyancing and recording at purchaeer's
I'P.Wi A i'onr.j t nf ? Ml || '.PH. 1 ot jolii 't < rmc i-\ )>,>
. . a. VV|'VJ ? v>< I Vlt u I naiv 1*1 (XI -7 I y ?/C I
complied with in seven days, otherwise ress le ?t risk
ami cobt of defaultng purchaser. after five days' pn- lie
rotice in some newst a;>er published in WusLiugton, D.
C. DUNCAN SON BR S.,
jy20-d Auctioneers.
PJ^Hv'MAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
IRUSTEE'S SALS OY~VERY VALUABLE IMPROVED
ANJ> UNIMPROVED Pl.OPERTV AT
BKIGHTWOOD. D. ON THE EAST SIDE OF
T ?E EVENTH-sTlU El' ROAD, AND IMMEDIATELY
OPPOSITE THE BRIGHT WOOD HO1
EL.
By \irtuerf a deed of trust bearing date thels'^i
lay f October. 1877, ai t duly rvc- rued in Liber ij3
No. 863, :olio ;ss7, one of the Land Hec >rds for tlM^*"^
District of Col nibia. and by direct on of the party semi:
ed then by. the un 'ersitf-?:ed Trustee will sell on
SATURDAY, JULY T\\ r'.NT Y-NINTH. 1882. on ibe
premises, at FIVE O'CLOCK, the foQondag-des-ribed
proj-crtv, viz: All those certdu pieces or parcels of
froand ni!ua;e and lying in the cou: ty aud District of
iJobuubia. and being known anil described as Loi No. 2.
in Butt's subdivision of part of Peter's Mill Sci.t, improved
by a large, douMe frame dwe.limr, with large
k'ard, tilled with fruit trees and shrubbery. All that
parr of L it numbered one (1), not included in MrClieslcy's
sulnli vision of Peter1* Mill S>-at, improved by a
ar e tmm, with stab.iUK for eight horses. And all of
Lots marked and lettered A, F, G, 11, I. J. K anil L, in
Tol;ii McChesney's subdivi-ion of j art of lot numbered
>ue(l), arc rdiiig to Butt's subdivision of part of Peter's
NJill Meat, 'i lie above lots are unimproved.
Brightwood is rapidly improvinjr, and is considered
the in >st desirable suburban property around Washington.
It has ; commai:tbn^ view of the city and sarroiuidintr
country, and is one of the most healthy locations
in ihi District.
Terms: One-third cash; the balance at sir, twelve,
dgateen and twenty-four months, with notes bearing'
interest until paid. an.I secured by a deed of trust on
the prope ty so?d. All conveyancing at purchaser's
j.'t-t. A deposit of $100 wid be rapired at the time of
'ale. If the terms of sale are not complied within ten
lays after th- day of sale the Trustee reserves the riirht
;o it -sell the property at the risk and cost of the de"auitiug
purchaser, after five days' advertisement in
i ll - Evening Mtar.
PUts of the projxjrty can be seen at the office of the
rru.s ee or Auctioneer. J. V. N. HUYCK,
jyPJ-d&ds Surviving Trustee.
VyM. P. YOUNG, Reai Eb ate Auctioneer.
rRUSTEES1 SALE OF V \LUABLE IMPROVED
PKOPERTY ON FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN
EAST CAPIIOL AND SOUlH A STREETS,
CAPITOL HILL.
By virtue of a deed of trust to up. duly made and/"^?|
?xe< uted. bearing date August HI. Ib78, and re-j_jj|
rorded in Liber No. 893, fo!i->76, et se?p, one of the^*"^
iainl rec'iriis of the District of Columbia, and at the reijiie-t
of the party secured thereby, we shall sell, at
public fvi.'ti'in. on THURSDAY. AUGUST THIRD, at
SIX o'CL* H i\ p. M..iu front of the premises, Numbers
Klr-ven ?nd Thirteen Fourth (4th> street southeast, all
th- 'ae certain pieces or parcels of ground situate in the
city of Weshin^ton, Di-trict of (Columbia, and known
ma designated aa 1 ots u ai.d II, in E. 8. Medrich*s
recorded subdivision of original lots numbered til teen
and sixteen (16). in eqnare numbered seveu hundred
and eighty-seven (78?); each of said lots G and H
having a front of 22?i feet on Fourth street southeast
w;ih a d-. i th of ninety-six feet to an alley. Each lot
being improved by a two-story Brick House with twostory
back l-uildii.irs.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money in
casti: balance in six and twelve mouths from day of
sa!e. witn ii:t rest at the rate of six ;>er centum per annum.
l ivable semi-annually, to be secured by deed of
u i:si oil me prop-rty soul, or all casli, ;;t purchaser's
option. \ dept.ait of i-lco on each lot required at time of
*ule. If the terms of .sale are not c.?nii>iie?l with within
6\ days from the day of sale the Trustees reserve the
ri_-ht to rtseli the property at tint risk and cost of the
itia'iltjU^r | tirchaser alter live dny's advertisement in
the F eidni" star. All conveyancing at the coet of j.urHORATIO
BROWNING. { Trn?Ws
)ylT >.^dlw Al.l'li 1SM1!)!)!.ER)N,) irusteea.
7J1HOS. J. FBtHlft 4t CO., Auctioneers.
TUT ST E3* HALF. OF T W F. XT Y-TWO ACR'-S
(MORE OR LEhS), OS LINCOLN AVE NUE, IMPROVED
BY LARUE RESIDENCE AND OiHER
BUILDINGS.
By virtue of a deed of trust, dated 7th Deeeml>er,
A.D. 1*76, and recorded in Lit>er No. 839, foli
378, t seij., one o. the lan 1 record-? for the District-'"
of C .iiinibia, we will bell, at pub ic auction, on the
pi mis. ->,..11 WEDNESDAY, JULY TWENTY-SIXTH,
A.D. 1SH2, at SIX O'CLOCK P.M., ali tU.itcertain
pi'ceor i?r.rcelof jrronnd sitn -teandIjeinirin the county
of W a di in -'ton, in the District of Columbia, and known
and desi*; ated as beinir part of "Prospect," and bein-r
i li the land and prtmi eM wbicu by deed bearing date
Au.ru t 15th, J839, anrt recorded in Liber W.B. No. 76,
folio 258 et seq.. c>f the land rteords of paid IHstrict,
convey<-d to Ann McDanielhi fee, excepting the
three acres thereof conveyed to Mathias Alisr. by deed
reeorde i in Liber No. CO', foil . 455, of paid land records,
and the one acre thereof conveyed to Catherine
& Wwoter, by deed recorded in Liber No. 739, foiio
10.1, of aid In ml record.*; the whole containing t.vontytwo
(22) acre* or therealtouts, with ail bnil'linirs and
Improvements thereon, together with all the appurtenau.
'H, riKUts. eawun nto, and privileg-ea to the same bololtrii.K".
Terras: One-third of the purchase money in cash;
balance in Fix a- d twelve months from day of" sale, with
interest at the rate of six per centum per annum, payable
seiui-nnnuady, to be secured by d?-ed of trust on the
projierty po!d. or all cash, at purchaser's option. A deposit
of wi 1 be required at time of sale. If the
serais of sale are not complied with within five days
from d iy of sale, the Trustees reserve the right to reafell
at the risk and cost of def::ultin>r purchaser after five
d?j>' advertisement in the Eveniwr >tar, a newspaper
of Washington. D.C. All conveyancing at the cost of
purchaser.
C. A. JAMES, > Trustor.
_Jy3-eod&ds EDW. TEMPLE. { m.ste<.a.
rjlHuMAS DO WLINO, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE Or"~VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY OS F STREET, BETWEEN SIXTH
AND SEVENTH STREETS NOBl'HWEST.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of^h
the District of Columbia, paaoed in Equity canae|g?j
No. 7.H9H. Doc. 21, the undersigned, as Trustee,"-*
will offer for sale at public auction, in front of the
premises, on MONDAY, the TWENTY-FOURTH DAY
OF J FLY, 1882, at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow
ilk-) / I 1 k. v 1 y-. * ? 4 ^ A ? " ? * * ? ' * ? * *** *
u- -uoivini i u.iw* ui me chj oi
iim't n. D.C., to wit: The West Half of Lot numbt-red
nix *0),.ju e<4uare numbered four hundred and rifty-tive
the improvements thereon consisting of a fourstory
brick houae, known uh premises number 629 P
street northwest, containing eighteen rooms. There are
sl^o commtxiious ttabk-s in rear of dwelling.
Terms of wile as prescribed by the decree: One-fourth
of the purchase money in cash at time of sale, and the
residue thereof in three eipial instalments, payable,
respectively, at six, twelve and eighteen months from
day of sale, w:th interest at the rate of six i>er cent per
annum, said deferred payments to be secured by notes
and deeit of trimt of the purchaser. The Trustee reserves
the right to resell at the risk and cost of purch
iser should waid terms not be complied with within
five days from time of sale.
RODOLPHE CLAUGHTON, Trustee.
Jy6-dts 4H0>* Louisiana avenue.
o KEN8INQLB Auctioneer,
J3# Washington Horse and Carriage Bazaar,
V'M, 940 and 942 Louisiana avenue.
AUCTION SALE OF HOUSES, CARRIAGES. HARNESS.
Ac.. EVKRY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and
SATURDAY MORNING, commencing at TEN
OVCLOOK. Special attentiou given to the sales of
Real Estate and Personal property. Liberal advances
on all consignments. Ual6i S. BEN SINGER, Auct.
J^CONOMICAL AND SAFE.
WEAVFR. KENOLA & CO-'J
LAUNDRY SOAP
IPFCONOM1CAL, BECAUSE IT IS PURE; BfTNO
FREE FROM ALL ADULTERATIONS. SUCH AS
MARBLE DUST. SOAPSTONE, PIPE CLAY, SILI
CATE, Ac.. WHICH ARE USED TO ADD WEIGHT
AND BULK. AND WHICH QUICKLY weau OUT
AND ROT THE CLOTHES.
IT IS SAFE. BECAUSE IT IS MANUFACTURE*
FROM STRICTLY PURE MATERIALS. VIZ: STEAM
REFINED TALLOW (PREPARED BY OUBSELVE8),
PALM AND COCO AN UT OILS; WHILE ON THE
CONTRARY MANY OF THE SOAPS ON TFT. MARKET
ARE MADE FROM GREASE PROCURED FROM
THE CARCASSES OF PUTRID DEAD AKIMAL&
THUS ENDANGERING LIFE AND HEALTH,
PUT UP IN BARS. AND EVERY BAR BRANDED
WITH OUR NAME.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS GENERALLY.
AND WHOLESALE AT OFFICE.
m8 8244 WATER STREET. GEORGETOWN. P.O.
W H. WHEATLETS
STEAM DYEING
AND WET AND DRY
SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT.
Win call for and deliver WORK anywhere in the District,
opon receipt of address by mau or otherwise.
Goods received and returned by mail and express from
and to ail parts of the country.
No. 1068 (OLD ?? JEFFERSON STREET,
>v8 ?ia Bmdox GaonoCTowH. P. a
fTlVERY ONE HIS OWN ARTIST.-A WONDERX-i
FUL INVENTION.?N?w Art. embracing ah kinds
of drawing, acquired in on* to three leasena. Outfits
" - V - s
- "'". ' " V' -*: "- ~ " " "; . '
SUMMER RESORTS.
rpHE SHORE CJOTTAGEfiL ~ A . , A
J, NKWP ?RT, R. I. f M ?
New. elepaot; Bathimr, S*iiinjr, Fishin*. Ji'"" i
J21-lm MRS. M. 3. FLAGG, Le??ee.
DOUBLING GAP WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
WW oj-en for rece: Hon of gueeta Jt NE A . i
27th. For term!", circulars. fcc., ad iress TKlftT
ISAAC 91&NGE.L, Men#*! House, _Jilli*CE-L
Jel5-2m* Newviile. Cumberland Co., Pa.
r??HE POPULAR WATERING PLACE,
CAPE MAY,
Ib reacnod by the
WEST JERSEY RAILROAD.
In Two Hours from Philadelphia.
Fart Express Trains, with Parlor Cars attached, arc
rnn during the tea son at convenient hourp. and paswn'rers
will find i n their arrival at the new Broad Street
Statics. Philadelphia, Union Transfer Coaches and
Horse Cars ready to transfer direct to the station of the
Wert Jersey Railroad, at the foot of Market street.
For through tickets, ba*r?raife checks, and full information
apply as follows: Northeast corner l->th street and
Pennsylvania avenue; Station Ridtinx>re and Potomac
Railroad, corner 6th and li streets; Citf Pennsylvania
avenue: 1351 Pennsylvania avenue.
FRANK THOMSON, J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger Ayent.
Jefl-taulS
LD POINT COMFORT.
VIRGINIA. A. n A
HYGKIA HOTEL, V(il|f
Situated 100 yards from Fort Monroe. Open
all the year. Equal to any hotel in the United States.
SnrrounrtinK's unsurpas-ed. Batiiinu-, boating, lishinx
oiid dri rintr specially attractive. Pre-eminently a resort
ior southern people. Tcrmsleps for equal accommodations
than any resort in the country. Climate free from
Malaria; and f >r Insomnia truly wonderful in its soporific
effect. Send for circular describing hysrienic advantages,
etc. HARRISON PHOEBUS,
mylC-:h.i Proprietor.
FR( )T()S A LS.
PROPOSALS FOR MATERIALS TO BR SUPPLIED
TO THE NAVY YARDS UNDER THE
COGNIZANCE OF THE BUREAU OF CONfclRUG'ilON
ANO REPAIR.
Na'.T DEPAnTMENT, 1
Bcreac OF C. ssTKtJcrioN ash b^PAnt. >
Washington, D.C., July 12. 1882. )
Sealed Proposals to furnish Timber and other material
for the Navy for the fiscal year ending- June 30,
Ikh j, will I* received at this Bureau until TWELVE
u ujjiri a ji? r;ie ramtin <;r auuusi xn txi, at
which timo the bids will be opeued.
The proposals must be addressed to the "Chief of the
Bureau of Construction and l'epair, Navy Deiartinent,
WaFhington," and must be indorsed "Proposals for
Timber, Ac., for the Navy," that they may be distinguished
from ordinary business letters.
Printed pchedules of the various yards with instructions
to bidders, forms of offers and other information
can be obtained on application to the Purohi.simr Paymaster,
or Commandants of the n-.spective Navy Yards,
or to the Bureau of Construction and Repair, Navy Depp
rtment.
No contracts will be awarded until after appropriations
to cover the same ha ye been made by Congress,
and been duly appioved.
T. D. WILSON,
Chief Constructor, U. 8. Navy,
Chief of Bureau of Construction and Repair.
Jyl4-law4w
PI IS ANCIAL.
pBIVATE STOCK TELEGRAPH WIRES
BETWEEN WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK.
H. H. DODGE,
Bonds, Stocks and Investment Securities Bought in i
field on Commission.
NO. 539 15th STREET. (CORCORAN BUILDING.)
Agency for Prince and Whitely. Stock Broker^
C4 Broadway. New Yoiik.
Every class of Securities boutrht and sold on commit*
pion in San Francisco, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Now
Ycrk. Boston and Washington. Orders executed on t'us
New York Stock Exchange at one-eighth of ono per jaai
commission, Private and direct telesrraph wires tj
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston, through
which orders r,ro executed on the Stock Exchange.!
ii those cities and reported back promptly. Quotation i
riStocks and Bond-i an l information reganling tin
Markets receive<l through our wires INSTANTLY direct
from the New York Stock Excharia^. nl
STEAMERS. frrT ~~
J^-LW YORK, ROTTERDAM, AMSTERDAM.
The first-c!a8s. full powered, Clyde-built Dutch
Steamshops of this Line,
AMS'LEitDAM. ROTTERDAM SCHIEDAM.
EDAM. ZAANDAM. 1\ ('ALAND.
W. A. 8C HOLT EN. MAAS,
Carrvinir th- U.S. Mails to the Nether'ands. leave corul>any's
Pier, fooiof Sussex street. Jersey City. N. J.,
regularly every WEDNESDAY for Rotterdam and Amsterdam,
alternately.
Tirpt ca! in. 170: second cabin. 150 . steerage. ?2fi.
H. CAZAUX, General .\jfi;iit, 27 8o;>th William -treet.
New York, For passaui apply to W. G. METZEBOTT
k CO., 925 Pennsylvania avenue, Washington.
ffHE STEAMER ""MATTAKO" LEAVES Tth"
J. street wharf every SUNDAY, TUESDAY AN1)
THURSDAY. at seven o'clock a.m., for Potonuc river
landings, stopping at landings in Ncinini on Tuesdays
and Thursdays, Mattox Creek on Sundays and Thursday?,
Chapel Point and brent's Wharf Sundays "down"
an:l Wednefdays "up," aiid Malta woman Creek on
Sundays "down" and Mondays "up;" returning to
Washington every Monday, Weductsiay and Friday
afternoons.
Fi>? information apply t i
G. T. JONES, Agent,
my28 7th street wharf.
pOTOMAC TRANSPORTATION LINE.
On and aft. r MARCH 1!?tb the STEAMER STTF, raptain
V. C. GEoGIIEGAN, wiil h ave STEPHENSOV3
WHARF, foot of Tth street, EVERY HUNDA V. at lour
o'tleik p.m., for Baltimore and River Landings,
/.il River Freight must be Prepaid.
LttUiiiufc, arrive in Washington every Saturday niifhi
STEPHENSON & BRO.. Agents,
ml6-Cm Tth strtet Wharf and Cor. 12th and Pa. ave.
J^OTICE.
FOR POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS.
On and after NOVEMBER 3d, 1K81, the stcim<rr
AKROWSMITH will leave her wharf, foot of Tth street,
at 7 a.m. every MONDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY
for ail river landings. On MONDAY asfar as
Nomini Ferry. On THURSDAY, Nomini, Currioman,
Leonardtown and St. Clement's Bay, Stone's wharf,
Col-Iron's and Howard's. On SATURDAY. Currioman
and Leonardtown. JJUN It. WOOD,
n?8 Agent.
OP.FOLK AND"NEW YORK STEAMERS.
THE STEAMER LADY OF THE LAKE
will 'e:.v< her wharf, foot of 6th street, everr MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5:30o'cl'k p.m., touching
at Piney Point. Point I^ookout and Fortress Monr ?,
CONNECTING AT NORFOLK WITH THE BOSTON
AND PROVIDENCE STEAMERS.
First-class fare to Fortress Monroe and Norfolk.. .$2.50
Round trip fare to Fortress Monroe and Norfolk... 4.00
Second-class fare to F<>rtress Monroe and Norfolk. 1.50
First-class f.-re to Piney Point and Point Lookout. 1.50
Round trip fare to Piney Point and Point Lookout. 2.50
Second-class fa re to piney Poiut and Point Lookout. 75
Returning, leaves Norfolk TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS
and SATURDAYS, at five o'clock r.m.
THE NEW YORK STEAMERS
JOHN GIBSON and E. C. KNIGHT will resume their
trijis, leaving Pier 41, East River, New York, every
SATURDAY, at four o'clock p.m., and Georgetown
every FRIDAY, at 7 o'clock a.m. For particulars apply
to atrent, 63 Water street, Georgetown.
Tickets and staterooms can 1-e secured at general
office, 013 15th ttreet. National Metropolitan Bank
Building: B. A O. Ticket office, 1351 Pennsylvania avenue;
St. Maru Hotel, and at boat.
oc23 ALFRED WOOD, Secretary.
AM BURG LINE.
WEEKLY LINFoF STEAMERS
LEAVING NEW YORK EVERY THURSDAY
AT NOON.
FOR ENGLAND. FRANCE AND GERMANY.
| Fii 1 asMice apply to
C. B. RICHARD & CO.,
General Passenger Agents.
61 Broadway, New York.
Ci to PERCY G. SMITH.
1351 and 619 Pennsylvania avenue.
Send for 4 Tourist Gazette,'? ?pl
N~ORTH GERMAN LLOYD?
Steamship Line Between New York, Havre,
London, Southampton and Bremen.
The steamers of this company will sail EVERY SATURDAY
from Bremen pier, foot of 3d street, Hoboken.
T> ? * _ _m n ?r- ?- - - ?? ? -
I vaimui|iimw!i!: r nun new xora 10 navre, ijonaon,
Soutbamjrton and Bremen, first cabin, $100; second
c?l>in, $60; steerage, $30; prepaid steerage certificates.
$24. For freight or passage apply to OELRICHSs
CO. ,2 Bowling Green, New York; W. O. METZEROTT
&C0., 925 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, Agents for
Washington. Jal2
QUNARD LINE.
NOTICE.
LANK ROUTE.
THE CUWARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY LTM1TEH
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
FROM PIER 40. N. R. NEW YORK
Servia Wed..26 July. i Gallia Wed..23 Auk.
Hcythia Wed.. 2 Au?r. I Servia Wed..30 Auir.
Bothnia .Wed., 9 Aug. | Hcythia Wed., 6 Sept.
Parthia Afcea.,16 Auk. I Bothnia Wed..13 Sept.
AND EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM NEW YORK*
Rats op Passage :
$80 and $100 for passenger accommodations.
Steerage at very low rates. Steerage tickets from Liverpool
and Queeustown and all other parts of Europe at
lowest rates.
Through bills of laden given for Belfast, Glasgow.
Havre. Antwerp and other ports on the Continent and
tor Mediterranean ports.
For freight and passage apply at the Company's office.
No. 4 Bowling Green, or both steerage and cabin to
OTIS BIGELOW fc CO.. 605 7th street Washington.
YEBNON H. BBOWN h CO.. New York;
Or to Messrs. OTIS BIGELOW & CO..
janl3 605 7th street, Washington.
THE TRADES.
LYCETTS BiNDERY, 1012 PENNSYLVANIA AV
Plain and Fancy Bindingsof every description done
at reasonable rates. Blank Books a specialty. Best of
references. Orders by mail promptly attended to. n28
IBSON BROTHERS,
VJ PRACTICAL BOOK AND JOB PRDTTERflL
1238 Pennsylvania avenoew Washington, D. O.
B^Fine Printing a specialty. janlO
S'rSSSS
#1
SUMMER RESORTS.
SHENANDOAH ALUM SPRlNG-i, SH&NANDOAH ~
county, V*. Now opon. ltound trip tickets A . < A
vl*. B. 40.K.H. For pamphlet* address feltW
.yl'.Mm PARSON & CO. Ii"M ?
EastfobcThaIu
oxford. MARYLAND.
Will be open JUNE 10th for reception of A A
U For particulars address ?.' a T
Jyli-lm* KAM'L NORRIS, Proprietor.
Monterey springs, j .
blue ridge summit. 1
p. o.. pbankliw Co.. pa.
This delightful summer resort is situated on A . ? 4
the summit of the Blue Bid^e Mountains. ItTfvMky J
is noted lor its fine air and roffUntain sceuery:
also, fine medicinal waters; accessible by Western
Maryland R.R. from Hagerttown. _
Circulars, lO.2 14th street-aortliwest. '
JyH-lm* Mks. M. J. HUBBALL, Prop'r.
gEASON 1882. > ^ I
BRIGHT1 HOUSE 4^. A [
DOUGLASS HOUSE, T?1?T t
Behoboth Beach, Delaware, C
WILL OPEN JUNE 1, 1*82. I
Terms, $8 tof 14 per week. Send for circular.
Jy3-2ni WALTEB BURTON, Proprietor.
FA t' ly LIEU\Y IIIT KSU LP H U HS P KIN G 3.
New Brick Building, with gas and electric A . s A s
bells. The nearest Bummer resort for Wash- T t
ingtmians. ? i ' 'iir ( J
Doncb's Orchestra and Military Band. !.
Twc trains daily. For terms* apply to F. TENl^EY & J
CO., National Hotel, Washington, or address Fauquier a
Sprsn*?, Warrenton, Va. Jyl-lm s
"VF.W AND FASHIONABLE SUMMER RESORT I
X* und Motel at Long Point, on Seneca Lake, I . ? A 1
on tiie direct route from Washington to Nia- yf7^?
irara Falls and all northern reports via ?'"Bp ?
Sf neca Lake steamen;. Tie large double-saloon, si^ewLeel
steamers of this line land at tlie hotel fix times
daily, connecting with all pa^senjrer trains at Watkin'B ,
Glen and Geneva. Electric lights andal! modern ap- 1
pliances. Bon tin e, fishing. !&<-. SceJiie attractions un- c
equalled. Tickets on sale via this r>ute at all offices. ?
J. LAEDLAW, Manager Hotel.
J. D. PAYNE, Supt. Steamers, Waikins, N. Y.
Je24 lm ^
pLARK HOUSE, c
v abbury park, n. J. r
A specially desirable Cottage Hotel; Cuisine A x , \ i
and service unsurpassed: free conveyance loVv^^y
beach and from station; rates very reasonable.
Address A. A. M. CLARK. jel7-2m
HOTEL ALBION. r
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., ? ?, A \
Opens for the season of 1882 Saturdav. W I *
17. The most elegantly furnished and befct^jlJSjjL ?
appointed hotel in Atlantic City. An open-air pavilion I
with an unobstructed floor of MX) square yards for hops t
and amusements has been added this (mason.
GEO. L. JACOBY, Manager,
LENTZ & SIEGKIST,
Jel3-2m Proprietors. C
S~~easide park hotel, seasidk park, n. J., I
will oj>en JUNE 10. Accommodations first* .5 A ]
class: bathing excellent; sailing and fishingyv^a y J.
unexcelled. Address H. C. HERR, Masonville. '
Is. -J., until June 1. After that, Seaside Park ,N. J. C]
my24-3m V
(lOBH'S ISLAND. VA.
J The only SEASIDE RESORT IN YIR-* .. X
GINIA. The finest and the safest of SurfyOg^y
Bathiwr. Ocean, Shark and Channel Fishing', 1'' 1 r
and Snipe Shootinir. a
Terms. $'2 per day; $12 per week; $40 per month, i
Route from Old Point by Steamer Northampton to
Cherrystone every Monday, Wednesday aud Friday.
The Baltimore aud Washington steamers make close
connection with the Northampton. Address,
Jel-tal5 J. T. SPADY, Proprietor. 1
TJNITED STATES HOTEL^ ~ ^
THE LARGEST IN ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. \
IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON OF'82. c
W. WHITNEY, Manager^ THOS. CHASE. Cashier.
D. T. MORGAN, Musical Director.
BROWN & WOELPPER.
jel7 Proprietors. t
Jj ASSENGERS FOR THE j
WHITE MOUNTAINS,
MT. DESERT^ ^
POLAND SPRINGS. 1
RANGELEY AND MOOSEHEAD LAKES,
And all other New England Resorts, '
6hould beak in mind that ?
THE ONLY ROUTE WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS 1
between
WASHINGTON AND BOSTON. I
t
Is via Penn. R. R., Steamer Maryland, N .Y., ft ? 1
N. II. fc H., and New lork and N6w England :v!W%y I
Railroads. a :?ji?tS I g
Solid trains of New Tiaggacc Car", first-c>.ss Passen- 1
per Coaches anil the finest of Pullman's celebrated SIeei>- t
iuR Cars are run on this line. C
No Omnibus Transfer tlirousrh New York City. 1
No delays caused by the transfer of Baggage through \
New York City. t
Tickets on sale at all Penn. R. R. Offices. Be sure {
they read via Now York and New England R. R. (
Time Tables giving detailed information may be ob- 4
tained at Hotels and Ticket Offices.
S. M. FELTON, Jr., A. C. KENDALL.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. t
Je2G-eo7w j
RIVKB VIEW HOUSE, OXFORD, MD., NOW v
open. The raogt do!ightful summer re-4 . -i 1 t
sort in the ttate, situated immediately on they;vT^ y
beach aud within 100 yards of the i i
landings; salt water bathing, )>oaUug aud Ushiuif; also
beautiful level roads for driving; steamboat, rail and
telegraph communication. For circiUars and other ,
inf irmation address CLAllENCh PETERS, Pro- I
prietor. je5-2m I
JJINEY POINT HOTEL. ^
St. Maby's County, Maryland, ?
K
Open for reception of Guests June 15th. under tha ; I
management of the owner, Mr. mid Mra. Jl . A t
JOS. TKAVEKS. .
The Hotel lias just been thoroughly rcno- t
vatcd, furnished and supplied with e\ery conveuit-uca {
for tiio comfort of guests, and is a tirst-class Sunuiier 1
Heme for families. t
Term"?$2 i>er day, $10 per week, and ?35 per month. r
Special arrangements made for families. Daily com- g
muuication with Washington, Baltimore, and Norfolk i
by the line steamers George Leary, Lady ot tuo Lake, ?
tnd Jane Moseley.
For farther information addres3 v
Mr. and Mrs. JOS. TRAVER8, t
jeO-Hm Piney Point, St. Mary's Co., Md. ^
riiHK Hoir riiriiN, Atlantic city, n.j.,(*or- i
J. meriy OCEAN VIEW,) delightfully lo-A , , A n
cated, one block from l)e>tch and de,K>ts. First- 7
class accommodations at reasonable rates; trasll'-'YCE I
and heat. P. O. Box 'JaO.
njy24 3m VAN DYKE & BUXN.
TLIFTON HOUSE OPEN. ? ABOUT ONE HOUR
J from Washington. Five trr.ins daiiy. A . -i A g
Shads. Mountain air. Ajrroeable netrhlwr- I c
hood. Delicious water. Moderate prices, jjfp ,L 'r
Addre-s Proprietor, Clifton btatiou, Fairfax Co., Ya. , L
niy31-2in c
CIOLTON'S SUMMER RESORT, EIGHTY MILES \
- down the river?line ii?him--, ovsterinir. a . i a i
crabbing: and bailiing?OPEN JUNE Mm. T i
Terms $1.25 per day. B. J. CQLXON, Pro-jj"BH 1 8
prietor, Milestown l'.O., St. Mary's co., Md. Je8-2m 0
J)OCK ENON SPRINGS AND BATHS. s
Great North Mountain, near Winchester, Va. y ?
A. S. PRATT', Proprietor. I r
Open June 1st. J
For pamphlets giving torms and all information, *apply
to A. S. PRATT & SON, 401 i>th street northwest 11
Engage Rooms early. my'J-3m }
S1TOCKTON HOTEL.
) CAPE MAY, N.J. ^
SEASON OF 1882 OPENS JUNE 23. J
Under new management. All communica- A ? ? A
tioi'.s will receive prompt attention addressed - ttE T
to J. P. SHANNON, Carroll ton House, BalU- 1 In I
more, Md., or to
P. S. BOOTHBY, Manages, f
my25-2m CAPE MAY. N.J.
WHITE MOUNTAINS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. ]
FABYAN HOUSE. A ?. A j
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOUSE. ?(fmf 5
CRAWFOKD HOUSE. IN '?! T ?
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE. '
BARRON, MERRILL & BARRON, ^
Proprietors. ,
OPEN JTJNE 15th. ]
CI APE MAY.?NEW ATLANTIC-CHOICE A ?, A (
.'Family House?Near the beach; unob-yrfSSY e
etr noted view; cuisine first-class; modern ?n. H"Kgf e
l>ointments; located on the moat clesirablu street in the I
city. Address J. 8. DEATS my30-2m J
^JLARENDON HOUSE, \
Claekndos Spkings, Vt. \
Open June to October. Hotel and three Cottages ac- J
commodate two hundred guests; celebrated springs; beautiful
park and fountain; pleasant drives; billiards: i
bowling; telegraph office connected with hoteL Sena *
for circular. 1
Jel0-2m B. MURRAY It 80NS., Props. i
River springs will be open for board j
ersfrom JUNE 1st to SEPTEMBER 1st A A ,
BnflTil SI . FvO ltf>r flav fnr laaa thoh a tt-AoV . t1 V
?^V.?JT *w? iwoo vu<?u r**"" T|? 'BE T (
per day when over a week. Children over two JjjJBJL <
years Invariably 75 cents.
Fruit, flaking, medical bills end medicine all free.
New attractions for tbis sewon are more room, fine
Beiue. ice cream and poda fountain. Mail arrives ]
promptly Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at River .
BprinifB, and the Proprietor is Postmaster. Address, '
Da. K. P. BLAKISTONE, ?
Je2-2m Biver Springs. Md.
1LANTIC CITY. " OLNEY. .
This celebrated Cottage, with all modern 4 . ? A '
improvements, win be opened for the reoep-TlV^wET t
tion of quests MAY 20th. The location being J&SLL <
central, an unobstructed view of the ocean makes it one
of the most desirable Cottages on the coast.
Terms moderate. Entertainment of famines a ape- '
cialty. Mas. J. PENICKS, 1
1309 Pacifio Avenue, opposite Ocean Avenue, i
myl7-3m Atlantic City. N.J. .
fJlHlS WEST JEBbEY RATT.hdap, 1^. i J
(New Bboxd Qauqk Boute. ) Tl' :Hg T |
BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND ATLANTIC CITY. ]
18 NOW RUNNING PAST EXPRESS TRAINS )
OF ELEGANT PASSENGER COACHES
AND PARLOR CARS, j
In which the charge for seat has been reduced to 25 eta. '
THROUGH WITHOUT STOP IN NINETY MINUTE&
Passengers from Washington will take the through ,
trains of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad to Phil*- 1
delphia and arrive at the new Broad street Station of the
Pennsylvania Railroad, where Union Transfer Coaches 1
or street cars connect direct to Station of the West Jer- ]
Bey Railroad at foot of Market street.
For through tickets, baggage checks and fall inform*- J
? *PPly an follows: Northeast corner of 13th street
and Pennsylvania avenue; Station Baltimore and Poto- >
mac Railroad, corner 6th and B streets; 61? Pennajlva- 1
nia avenue: 1861 Pennsylvania avenue.
FRANK THOMSON, I. B. WOOD, <
^^GgealMM,^ General Passengar Agent. ,
^fTLL |
THE EVENING STAR.
FRIDAY Jalr HI, 188*
2d Edition.
Latest Mpis to Ht Star.
Hie Porte Will Send Troops to Egrpt*
London, July 21.?A dispatch from Constantllople
to Router's telegram company says: It
s stated that the Porte has decided to notlfj
he conference of Its Intention to dlspatct
roops to Egypt, but that It will request a mo;llfl at'.on
of the conditions proposed In the ldertlea
lote of the Towers to the Porta
Frifrhtfnl .Tinnier of a Woman*
Wilmington, Del., July 21.?An Every Evening
pe. lal says that Mrs. Turner, aged thirty, wat
elonlously assaulted by Joseph Morris, aged
wonty-three, near Morris station, last evening,
4rs. Turner resisted, when Morris drew a pistol
ml shot her through the heart, killing her Intantly.
Morris then fled and has not yet beet
aken. Morris station is near Masaey's Crossroads,
in Kent county, Md.
General Foreign News.
thb pbefect of tiib seine resigns.
London, July 21.?A Paris dispatch to the Dailt
fries says M. Floquet, prefect of the department
>t the Seine, and a great partisan of the Parlf
aayoralty, has resigned.
fatal delcgb in bohemia.
Vienna, July 21.?A delude of rain* has occurred
n Bohemia, and the destruction of property and
rops Is incalculable. The bodies of forty-sever
lersons who were drowned have been recovered,
i large part of the harvest In Bohemia Is destroyed
bradlacgh in troublb again.
T AVT?A\r TiiItt o; A f 11 .?nat/\n kaKa/
ajv.'i/uiif o mij %i.~?xiu tuc iuau^iwii nuuxr yuiiv;t
ourt to-day Mr. Bradlaugh and three otber defndants,
connected with the publication of th<
freethinker, were committed for trial on th(
harge of publishing blasphemous libels. Mr
Iradlaugh was subsequently admitted to ball li
he sum of ?100.
the irish arrears bill to pass.
London, July 21.?At a meeting of the hundred
onservatlve peers at Lord Salisbury's residence 11
ras decided to allow the Irish arrears bill to pass
ts second reading In the house of lord's, but t<
ntroduce amendments to the bill In committee
'he proposed amendments will not touch th<
luestion of a loan or a gift, but will deal declslvelj
>ith the otuer portions of that bllL
Busincm Failures.
New York, July 21.?The failures In buslnesi
eported to New York for the week number 124 as
gainst 121 last week; the bulk of them are occurng
In the western states.
Counterfeiters Arrested.
St. Locis, Mo.,July 21.?A band of counterfeiters
lave been arreste l by the police. Their names ar<
rVm. llall, alias Winkler; W. II. Perry, alias Wea
rer, alias Bennett, alias Bassett; Mollle Ilall.Jallai
Newton, and Wm. Anderson. The gang U be
ieved to have been manufacturers of spurloui
:olns.
Saratoga Races.
Third race?Purse $300, for two-year-olds; en
ranee free; selling allowances; Ave furlongs
'ools sold?Ascender, $100; Exeter, $15; Baroi
Covert, $15; Holy Rooa, $10; field, $10.
Apache Depredations in Mexico.
Gcaymas, Mex., 16, via Tccson, Arz., July 21.tn
the district of Salamarlpa the Apaches have
jeen depradatlng terribly. In a recent ambu*
\ade, Col. Lorenzo Ortlx was wounded, and three
soldiers were killed and three wounded. The
:ongre.ssman from that district, Don L. T. Provln
:lo was also killed by a rovlner band. Report:
state that a number of private citizens have beei
massacred. _
Tlie Tariff Commission.
Long Branch, N. J., July 21.?The tariff com.
nlsslon met in executive session at eleven o'clocl
his morning.
The report of the committee on order of buRlless?Messrs.
Oliver, Kenner and Porter?was presented.
It was to the effect that the morning
neetlngs of the committee shall proceed in execuIve
session to discuss the tariff; that the presllent
shall inform all applicants who desire to be
le.ird that open sessions will be held dally at 2 p.m.,
vhen they will be allowed a reasonable time;
hat in the event of there being no witnesses in
lttendance the commission shall resume the
xecutlve session, and that It proceed first to the
:onsiderat!on and formation or a free list.
Strikers' FuntW Slooned.
Milwaukee, Wis., July 21.?'The secretary of
he National Clorar Makers'Union, telegraphs U
h^ strikers here that they will receive no more
veckly payments. About 50 strikers have gont
o Cincinnati to get work.
rcrrible Struggle Willi ft masked
Burglar.
ConoEs, N. Y., July 21.?The house of Charles
lodgers was r insaekod by masked burglars last
light and a gold watch and chain, tosrether witb
sa a of money, were stolen. Mr. KoJgers sur>rlsed
one or the burglars at work and a terrible
truggle ensued. The thief tried to use a dirk
:nife with an 8-inch blade, but was unsuccessful,
lis pals came to his assistance and both made
heir escape. A hat found on tae premises bearng
the retail dealer's name led to information
hat it had been purchased a few days previous
>y Win. Murphy, who was recently released from
he penitentiary. The suspected party was arested
at his home In Cohoes, and In his possesion
were found a pocket knife, one traue dollar, a
ead dime piece, and several coins which were
den titled by Mr. Rodgers. The prisoner is also
van ted for highway robbery committed June 21,
vhen he felled Jno. Hinckley, on Egbert street in
.his city, with a slungshot and robbed him of $10.
V recently released convict rrom Dannemora,
itimcu nciiuiij;, nun uccu iiiiesirii 111 >y aicriurj,
s". v., on suspicion of being Murphy's confederate,
["lie watch and chain have not been recovered.
Wall Street To-day.
tdk stock makket not so active.
Nfw York, July 21.?The Post's financial article
ays:?The stock Exchange markets are not qu'.tc
o active as yesterday, but the volume of business
ontinues large, and the outside buying of suffllent
volume to prevent the downward reaction
rlilch brokers and professional speculators
tave for so many days been looking for. The
eadlng stocks to-day have been the Vanderbill
tocks, the coal stocks, W. U. Telegraph, C. C. C.
inrt L, and Manitoba. The Northern Paclflcs have
>een active, but without important changes. The
outliwestern stocks have been rather dulL Raiload
bonds ar? strong, and a feature of this
oarket is the buying by outsiders of bonds whose
narket price depends more on speculatlor
han on present intrinsic value. Govern ent
bonds are yt higher for the fours,
{ for the 4>?s and M for the extended 6s. There is
ittle doing In state bonds. The money markel
ontinues very easy at 2jtfa3 per cent for call
oans; 3a5 per cent for time loans, and 4a5# pei
ent for prime mercantile paper.
Tbe markets.
BALTIMORE, July 21.?Virginia 6s, console, 58V
lo. second scries, 35; da past due coupons, 60; do.
lew ten-forties, 44 bid to-day.
BALTIMORE, July 21.-Cotton quiet-middling,
1%. Flour quiet and steady?Howard street and westeri
uper, 3.25a4.Q0; do. extra, 4.25*5.25; do. family, 5.75i
1.75: city mills surer, 3.25a4.<H); do. extra, 4.25a7.30
Lo. Rio brands, u.7a; Baltimore hitrti trrade family,
.50; do. winter wheat patent, 8.00. Wheat, southen
teady; western active and higher, doing- easylouthern
red,1.15al.20; do. amber, 1.20al.22; No. 1
?estein winter red, spot, 1.20%al.21M; July, 1.21i
.21i<; August, I.l7al.l7*; September, 1.17^al.l7H,
3orn, southern higher; western nigrher and dull?south*
irn white, 1.12; do. yellow, 90a91; western mixed,
pot, 83a84; July, 83,'i Did; Aupuat, 84W bid; Septem
>er, 86 bid. Oats quiet?southern, 65*70; westen
rhitc, 67a70: do. mixed, 60a64; Pennsylvania, 6 5a70
jye quiet, 85a90. Hay firm?prime to choice Pennsyl
raniaand Maryland, 17.00*18.00. Provisions steady?
ness pork. 22.50a23.50. Bulk meats?shoulders anc
Sear rib sides, packed, llal2%. Bacon?shoulders,
L2; clear rib sides, 15i<. Hams,15%al6^. Lard?refined,
14. Butter firm?western packed. 14a20; creamery,
S3a27. Eni lower, 16. Petroleum dull and nominal*
lined, 6%7 Coffee firm?Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair,
>ka9K. Sugar quiet?A soft. 9)$; copper refined firm,
L7\al8. Whisky steady, 1.17. Freights to Liver poo
ler steamer firm?cotton, 3-16a3<d.; floor. Is. pei
jarrel; grain, 7d. Receipts?flour, 600 barrels; wheat,
>4,646 bushels; corn, 922 bushels; oats. 3,377 bushels
ye, 200 bushels. Shipments?wheat, 42,502 bushels
x>rn, 10.000 bushels. Sales?wheat, 650,564 busliele
x>rn, 63,472 bushels.
Purchase of Silver.?The Treasury depart
sent has purchased 415,000 ounces of silver (o:
delivery at the New Orleans, San Francisco, Phil
idelplila, and Carson City mints.
The Action Taken bt Rear Admiral Nicholsoi
luring the bombardment of Alexandria has beei
kj?cicij tuuimcuicu upon, ana it nas Deen sai<
that lie exceeded his orders. The only orders sen
to Admiral Nicholson when trouble In Egypt wai
Imminent were to proceed to Alexandria witl
the vessels ot the European squadron for the pur
pose of protecting American interests in Egypt
Admiral Nicholson sent a cable message to were
tary Chandler to the effect that the bombardmen
5f Alexandria was expected to commence on a cer
tain day. With the exception of this lnformatloi
ao message has been received at the Navy depart
ment from him. Of course no cognizance will tx
taken of Admiral Nicholson's course until officla
Information has been received as to the course
pursued and the circumstances which necessitate*
it. It Is likely that he did no more than he oughi
to have done in the Interest of humanity.
Fire Escapes for Public Buildings.
This morning Health Officer Townshend received
i note from Senator Morgan enclosing a propo sec
r -ndment to the sundry civil bill providing foi
Ire escapes tor various hospitals and other build
ings in the District, and asking the doctor to conrait
Chief Engineer Cronln and the president ol
the reform school and give him in return the vlewf
md recommendations ot them all In reference tx
the necessity for the law.
Health Officer Townshend replies that In hli
opinion there can be no shadow of doubt as to the
necessity for action In this direction on the part 01
Congress. He Mates that he has consulted wit!
the Chief of the lire department and superlnien
lent of the reform school, both of whom speak lx
unqualified terms of the necessity for the provldng
ot those buildings with Ore escapes.
OOJmwrATION or WAUK'S CK08?1-BX AMINATTOl*
After the report of the star route trial in the
first edition cloeed, Mr. Wilson examined the
witness (Walsh) as to the salt he instituted
against Brady to recover balance due. Mr. Wilson
submitted tho affidavit of Walsh in that suit,
In which one of the loans given by Walsh on the
stand as for $12,000 was set down as $1,900. The
wltnes3 said that that was a clerical
error and was not the account as given to witness
to his attorney. The witness having been asked
whether his present statement was to be believed
i or his affidavit then mad*, the witness
replied In a very easy manner
his present statement, for 4ithls Is more
rigid In the examination, and not ex parte." The
witness Included among the credits a note of J. B.
Prloe for $5,000 given him by Senator Kellogg
" lor Brady. Mr. Wilson cross-examined the'
r witness very closely as to his suit ag iln*t Brady
i here, and his attachment suit agMnst Brady In
New York. The witness said his suit In N>w York
I was brought for $42,000, less the credits due
Brady. Mr. Wilson read the affidavit lo the New
York suit, which said the claim was for $42,374
over and above all counter-claims. The witness
r said he left the matter with his lawyer, E. H.
, Grandon, of New York, who said he did not want
[ to put the credits in the bilL
Witness said that In the Interview between
[ Brady and himself, Brady told witness If he
want'd to go to the courts he could try it, but no
t one had ever got the better of him ;Brady) in that
. way yet.
At three o'clock the court adjourned until Monday.
District Government Affaire.
I CORN BR BAR-ROOMS.
At the meeting of the liquor license board on
j Wednescay resolutions were adopted, "that, with
the approval of the Commissioners, in disposing
of future applications for bar licenses on cor.
ner lots this board will require sltrners to the same
f upon one or both fronts, according to the partieu|
lar circumstances In each case respectively." To1
day, In passing upon this paper the Commissioners
sent a reply that they believe there Is no authority
of law for the proposed change."
Bcrglafs broke Into the residence of F. I. Ssy
bolt, No. 1234 13th St. n. w. Wednesday night, but
s succeeded In sretUnir no further thnn the dining
5 room, evidently having been frightened off. An
entrance to the premises was effected by the
i usual cutting out of a few slats In the rear shutter,
the breaking of a pane of glass to remove the
catch over the sash, and then getting through the
[ open window. The amount stolen nas not been
; ascertained. The robbery was reported to the
} sixth precinct statlon.and Lieut. Sessford's officers
, are Investigating the matter.
; Prorate Brsivisa?In the Probate Court to'r
day. Judge Hagner, will of Maria Sothron nied for
probate and order of publication Issued. Estate of
Ann C. Barry; Inventory or personal estate and
list of debts returned. Estate of Owen Leddy;
I statement for an account flled. Estate of John P.
i Hilton; receipt of legatee flled. Will of Mary L.
Talbot proven, admitted to probate and letters
Issued to Chas. W. Hoffman; bond $30,000. The
will of Waterman Palmer was fully proven, and
letters Issued to Caroline Williams; bond $500.
. Will of George W. Hawes; letters testamentary
, Issued to Sarah T. Talnter; bond (3,0)0.
I A Fight Growing Oct of tii* Instalment Plan.
. Thomas Barron was charged In the Police Court,
j this morning, with assaulting a colored girl named
Sallie Duckett, who told the court that she bought
a looking-glass from the defendant last M.iyon the
Instalment plan and paid part on It, and yesterday
she was unable to make a payment on It, and he
! assaulted her In taking the glass from her house.
: Barron denied the assault, and the case was dismissed,
and Edward Duckett, the husband of
the woman, and Barron got into an affray
over the affair, and were charged with an affray.
. Duckett was fined $5, and Barron was dismissed.
. The glass was turned over to Barron.
The Situation in Efypt.
> arabi pacha ccts off the 8cpply of water
from alexandria.
i Arabl Pacha has diverted the Malimoudieh canal,
1 which supplies Alexandria with water, but It is
believed that the greater part of the cisterns In the
city have been recently filled. The British were
. preparing to dam the Mahmoudieh canal, In order
^ to prevent the water running off If Arabl stopped
the supply. Arabl has apparently been beforehand
with them. It Is calculated that there Is
; sufficient fresh water In Alexandria to last ten
1 days. Everything Is at a standstill. Nothing is
" doing and nothing Is known. The Roman wells
[ cannot t>e cleaned and filled in less than a fort
night. The fleet can condense sufficient water ror
? the crews and troops, but not for the popi^ce,
who must go afloat or retire to the villages.
. EUROPEAN'S MASSACRED.
i Omar Pacha Lurtl, governor or Alexandria, has
returned to Alexandria from Cairo by way or Port
Said. He lias made the following report to the
Khedive: On the way to Cairo I saw Europeans
) | being massacred and their houses pillaged at
i Damanhour, Tantah, and Mlhalla, where the
! Alexandria rabble had arrived- They cut off the
hands of Borberlns because they served Christians.
Arabi Pacha had called a meeting at Cairo
of all the Pachas, Ulemas, and notables, and asked
them whether It was right to obey the Khedive,
i seeing he had sold E?ypt to the English, ordemi
; the military bake-houses to make 1,500 loav?
dally for the British without providing ior his own
; troops, and sent telegrams in their name. The.
minister of the interior presided at the meeting.
Mahmoud Pacha Biroudl practically directed the
discussions. Sheik Hassan recommended
1 THE DECLARATION OF A HOLY WAR,
but at the instance of the Coptic patriarch, mod- <
l eratlcm prevailed. The meeting appointed a committee
to go to Alexandria in order to verify that <
accusations against the Khedive. It was arranged
that a committee of seven should start on the ]
18th Inst., polng from Cairo to Ismailla. Three <
Wudi res who were missed from the posts are
i Imprisoned In Cairo for obeying the Khedive. !
'
V.abor Strike >ote?>
Advices from the Cumberland region are to the
effect that there are signs of a weakening of the ,
, strike. Many collerles are working, and one or the .
mines of the Consolidation Company Is producing i
more coal than before the strike.
The failure of the U. S. Iron and Tin-Plate
Works at McKeesport, near Pittsburg, P;u, has
been announced. It Is a Joint-stock concern, with
, a capital of $75,000, and employs 150 men. The
strike of the ironworkers added to their difficulties,
and, under the pressure of these clreum'
stances, they have been forced to the walL The
" firm state that If there had been no strike they
i would have been able to pull through.
S
; News Briefs.
Senator Hill Is weaker, and his condition growi
lng exceedingly critical.
; At the afternoon session of the tariff commission
' yesterday President Hayes announced the ap\
polntments or Henry W. Oliver, jr., Duncan F.
i Kenner and Robert F. Porter as the committee
upon order or business and route or travel. This
committtee will be a permanent one.
Harris, who was Indorsed for Congress at Dln'
wlddle court house, Va., by the readjusters on
! Monday, was charged by Roane, a colored lawyer
f i Trom Richmond, with demanding Illegal rees as an
. attorney. Harris has come to this city to get evidence
to refute the charge.
Miss Fanny Parnell, sister to Charles Stewart
Parnell, leader of the Irish party In the British
house of commons, and granddaughter or Com1
modore Charles Stewart, or the United States
navy, died suddenly at Bordentown, N. J., yesterday,
ot heart disease.
i District Attorney Woodford, of the southern dlsi
trict of New York, has notified his assistants that \
> their resignations will be accepted, the approprla;
tlon tor his district having been reduced. ,
At a mass-meeting of citizens or Key West, Fla.,
s yesterday, the statement or Mr. Dunn in the House
i or Representatives that yellow fever prevailed in
that city was denounced as untrue. t
Alexander Kler, the foreman who superintended <
the laying of the switch at the Parker's Creek i
: bridge, and to whom neglect, in leaving the switch "
in an uncomplete condition, the recent terrible ac- :
. cident on the Long Branch railroad was generally
- attributed, was yesterday committed to the Mon- J
i mouth county Jail to await the action or the grand
Jury, in October next, on the charge of manslaughter.
L v. Tile F{^DC^ cabinet crisis, was ended yesterday
uy the chamber passing a vote of confidence in the
government,
5 If. ls. reported in London that Mr. Bright win
r visit America during the recess of parliament,
ana it is not unlikely that he will deliver addresses
! U? several cities.
) Arthur Smyth, the little boy that was mysteriously
abducted from his parents' house, in Montreal.
a few days ago, has been found. He
. could give no account ot his abduction, as he is
P only Just beginning to talk, but he frequent ly mentioned
the word "man" with a shudder, and Mwo
man" less regretfully.
A Catholic Prisst Sitspkndbd.?Bishop Lough'
lto, of Brooklyn, has suspended the Rev. Father
1 Wm. J. Dougherty, of the Church of the Guardian 1
1 Angel, at Brighton Beach, Coney Island, for ac- 1
t ceptlne the results of the admissions for one day
- at the Brighton Beach race course for his church.
, The money, which amounted to $2,000, has been
. returned to Mr. Engeman, the proprietor of the
course.
? ? 1
" Vtoi.Evr Drath of am Informer.?John Murphy, 1
who was witness in seven Illicit liquor cases
* against prominent cltl/ena of the southern part of
West Virglnli. was fouud mashed to death Tues*
day In a coa>. mine at Charleston, and the suppo- ,
: sltion is that he was killed and coal thrown on
* him. There is Intense excitement about his death, i
.
f Readjcstkr Musclr.?The RlchmoiSd Whig has (
Information that CapC John 8. Crockett, Com- j
monwealth's attorney of Smyth county, is the
gentleman upon whom Capt. John 8. Wise exer- clsed
his muscle at Marlon last Monday. The
Whig is Informed that "Capt. Wise gave Crockett ;
three Sullivanlan licks direct from the shoulder,
and came out of the difficulty without even a ,
scratch. <
Gw. Newton M. CcrtiV sentenced to pay $1,000 <
fine for collecting political campaign contributions >
from federal officeholders In New York city during
last fall, was yesterday placed In charge of his ,
counsel, who was made a United States deputy i
marshal, pending an application to Chief Justice i
Waite, who Is at present at Lyme, Conn., for a writ <
ot habeas corpus, returnable before the Supreme '
Court of the United States. Gen. Curtis' counsel ,
said he would not defer making the application for .
the writ later than ttwlay. Should Chief Justice "
Waite grant the writ he will determine whether <
he win hear the argument himself or make tt re- i
tuniabte^befqre the^full beach^of ^he^Su^aM }
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THR NEW TOR* STOCK MARK IT.
The following are the onenlur and ckmiag prtMt
rf the New York Stock Market to-aar, M reportti
by special wire to IL H. Dodge, SM 1Kb street
Sanw, a | C | Aam*. ft | ft"
Cen. Pacific... ttt I HS North Psc .... ?7w; ?7*f
Ches. ? Ohio.. ? N. Pac., pref.. 88*
Da 1st pref . IT 8?* Northwest . ..1M ?1MM
Da Id pref.. *7 S6* ont. A West.. tt* VV
Ool. Coal 4V 48 Pac. Mall ?7 47J?
D., I* ? W ... 1M\, l.Mv, P?vv D.? B ...I r\ ?7M 1
Den. * K. G... 60*. ret Reading ?l V ?V
Erie 47* 40V ?- **" *" " %
Erie, Ms 1 ITS ITS St. l'aul pref.. 188% law
III. Central ... 188* i**v su P. A Omaha 47* 47*
Lake Shore ... US 116 l?a pref |l<*> lOfc*
Lou. ? Nash ..| 71V tlS' Texas Par .... 4?V
Mich. Cent....! w??, Tex.p.pdgts. ? W
M. K. A T S*V 88V I nlon Pac ... 116% U?M J
Ma Paclrtc .. . 10<% ion* Wat. Pac 87 I 87
N. J.Central.. 82 8**? Wab. Pat1, p'd.j 64% M
N. Y. Central. 185 \X> West lulon..! *)\ m%
N. 4 W. pref..I 55v ? I 1 i
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The Knin<-d CI If*
A SKETCH OF ALEXANDRIA?ITS ANCIENT RENOWW
AND MODKRN ISrOKTANCR.
Alexander the Great sought to found a city
after the destruction of Tyre, ~nd In 338 B. C. \
selected the site of Alexandria because of ltd
excellent position for trade. It is twelve miles 1
west of the western Nile and between Utt
Mediterranean Sea ahd Lake MareoUa Th#
city grew rapidly, and soon became the great cea>
ter of eastern commerce. The Ptolemies succeeded
Alexander, and under them the city contained
300,000 free Inhabitsnts, and as many slaws. II
bec;une the center of learnt tie. and schools ofOreclan
pallosophy flourished there. Magnificent inoa?
omenta were envted, among them the Pharo^
the Museum and the Temple of Serapls. and thert I
were many gorgeous palaces and public buildings.
Julius CaesarBesieged and took the city lti 48 B.
C., and 18 years later Augustus made It an lmpe? i
rial city. It now begun a new season of pnmperlty,
continuing till the establishment of the seat of empire
at Constantinople. The catacombs, public
baths, and Pompey's pillar, with the K<v
man city wull were enacted during thta
period. In the year 215 the lloman Etnperor
Caracalla visited the city a.nd ordered
a general massacre, and under the rule of Oak
iienus a rainine swept <n hair or the population.
In 278 an Insurrection iwulKsl In the dent ruction
of the great library of the museum. In aw another
revolt ended In a general slaughter, and in Stt an
earthquake destroyed 50,000 jH'rsons. The rrnlau
captured the city In 616, and yielded It to the Arabs
In 641. It then contained 400 palaces, 400 theaters,
4,000 public baths, and 12,030 gardens.
From this time on it rapidly decayed, and It* ]
population and trade diminished. Cairo took
Its place as the chief city of Egypt It Anally
sank so low that In 177? Its population VM
only 6,000. Since then the city had been re- A
built and raised to Importance again. It resembled
an Italian city, and had large
streets, well paved, lighted with gas, and
abounding with fine residences The greek
promenade of the Mehemet All or Franks square,
where the massacre of June 11 beigan, was the central
point of t ue city. Hallways connected the
city with Calm 130 miles distant, and with the
Suez canal. The city was a great central station
for passengers, as the steamers to and from India, .
the Mediterranean and the Levant all stopped
there. Among the prominent buildings were the
palace of the Khedive at Ras-el-Ttn, the large navel
arsenal, the naval aiul military hospitals, thecu^
torn house, the tribunal of commerce, Italian college,
and the various schools. The Turkish quarter
was irregular, but the European quarter
had many gOvid streets and fine buildings. The
city has two good harbors, one east and one
west of I'haros. The former has a breakwater.
mole, and quays The city was supplied
with water from the Nile, and was the
seat of several large government and other manufactories.
The principal exjorts w.-re com, cotton,
wool, gums, rice, dates, sugar, cotton fved, wheat,
beans senna, aud hides. The principal Imports
mm woolen and silk goods, hardware and me- 1
chlnery, with timber, coal, |>etroieuin, drugs, and
other products. In 1872 the population was 212,034,
of whom 47,316 were foreigners.
? ? i
Rev. Gii.rert pe i.a Matyk, the greenback excongressman
from Indiana, lias been refuse 1 pei^
mission to occupy a Methodist pulpit In Denver,
Col. The excellent cxcuse given by the pastor
was that he thought It was rather inconsistent
wlih the purposes to which a church was consecrated
to allow a man who m ide politics his business
a privilege which could so 11 lgr.intly give the
appearance ot the church indorsement.
MAKKIKD.
STTART?EVAN'S. On Saturday. Jn'y 15th. 1M1.
by the Hev. \V. F. Ward, of the Foundry *1 E. ehurct^ "
liEO. W. STUART to Mil* JtNMl. L. EVANS, both
of Washington, D.C. *
OIRO.
EIVER. On the 21rt of July. ls?2. of dror-y on the
heart, EUGENIA <J. h. EIMF.lt, atred twelve ye-araand
live uioiithH. daughter at UcocKe aud Matilda Elmer,
_ . SM
The soul of our sister is (rone
To bripbten the triumph ab.ive.
Exalted to Jesus' tliroue
Aud cUei<ed in tbe arms of hi* love.
bt ilkk k 1st em.
Fnncnl service from No. 3334 Bridge (M street),
West \\ atibmjrti>u, on Sumiai, atC30a. in., and then
interment in Loudon Park oatnetery. Baltimore, lid-,
at 9:30 o'clock sharp. [Baltimore Kuu (m-jim oopy.j *
HILTON. On July alst, 18.H2, at #.15 o'clock.
RICHARD WALLACH. youwrest son of \\. D. andC.
C. Hilton, a*red four months ai d ten days.
Funeral will take place from No. 2il0 1 street. on Saturday
tvenin*. at tour o'clock, l.dativee ana lrienda
an; rest ectfully invited to attend.
PICKUELL. On Tbumday, July COth, 1W?2, at 6K
o'clock a.m., Mr*. YII.GINIA PlCKRELL, widow of
the late Ksau Pickrell.
Funeral from her late residence, No. 1422 33d street
Oeoriretown, to-tuocrow, Saturday, at C o'clock p.in.
li AND ALL On July l#tb. 1882. CHARLES E.
RAND*LL. aged six jcars, six months and nineteen
lav s, win of Joseph and Jane Randall.
Funeral from the residence. No. 218 Fayette streeL
fteoncetown, Friday, at ten o'clock a.m. Friends at
Lbt family are invited to attend. 3*
ltAI'P. On July 21, 1882, after a short ilineaa
FLANK H.. sou of C. Q. and M. L. Rapp, *
STOCKTON. <>u Wednesday. July in, 1 *?2, at 9 2*
o'clocki>.m., of cholera infantum, OOR1NNE LEON IK.
LLlant daughter ot Andrew and Susie b. Stockton, aged
Bevea months and nineteen days.
UNDERTAKERS. \
JOSEPH GAWLEK, ~
GENERAL FURNISHING UNDERTAKER.
1726 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. Tenun moderate
and everything brut-class, lc.i j hone connection. ml4
J-OHNfc WRIGHT.
UNDERTAKER.
1337 Tenth Muui Nokthwk?t.
Telephone Connection. dlO
4 UGUSTUS BT'RGIM ?RF. ~
A. FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
No. 316 Pennsylvania avenue northweet, between Sdanl
4 H streets. EverythiLur hrst . .ass. Jan 1 'J
MEDICAL, cVc. |
CIENTLKMEN CAN HA>K SCIENTIFIC TKEAT^
I" ment and a swedy ('lire of all Venereal Irtseaaes, by
rimsultimr Dr. LEON, 237 IVnnsylvauia avenue. PwBcriptions
and advice free of any churKe whatever.
Ottice hours?11 to 12, 4 to 5 and 7 to 8. JylH-lm
\lTHO IS THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED SPECIAL*
istin this city for the cure of Spermatorrhoea,
Inipotency, Involuntary Emissions, (loss of sexual
I>owert) or Nervous ana Senuns1 Debility, from Mrljr
al-uses and other causes? Why. Dr. BROTHERS, over
thirty years established, at #ut> B street southwest.
JylO- Im'
?R. LEON. THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND
only reliable Ladies' I'by <i<-ian in tbe city, can be
rxusulted daily at 237 Pennsylvunia avenue. All Female
Complain Is and Irregularities quickly removed. Prompt
treatment. Correal >ondetice and consultation* strictly
confidential. Separate rooms for I .adiea Offine boon
2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Jy6-lm
TTcTIMS OF SECRET DISEASES SHOULD OONsult
Drt>. Brothers and Gray, 9t#> B street southwest
the only physicians in this city who can permanently
rare you without mercury! Many have been disapitouted
of a cure by not calling uu us at first. Thirtr
&ve years' experience. myl-3m*
Madame de forest has remedy for ladies.
All female complaints quickly cured. Can be
Don (suited daily at 634 New York avenue north wit, of
ficehonn from 1 to 9 o'clock p.m., with ladies only.
ml 1-5 m*
Young mew.
If yon have failed to reoefv? proper treatment ta
caaee of Chronic Diseaeea, mich aa Heart Diwutt, Kidney
Complaint, Nervous Debility, Impotency or Premature
Decay, Seminal AVeakneaa, Dyiijwpsia. Servo?
excitibllity. sc., aend two atampafor oar qaeehona fa*
elf-examination and our new book
" Tax Laws or Lite and Health."
Addreaa Secretary. Medical and Hunrtoal Instituto,
Ja4 147 East 15tU street. New Yon.
DfTA REWARD IF DR. BROTHERS FAILS TO
OtlU cure any caae of Hupprfsat'.d or Painful Menstruation.
Leucorrhoe (or Wbltea), and all latarruptiona
or Irreirularitiee of the Menatrual Parioda: m
yeara experience. 906 B street southwest. al8-4m*
T\R. MOTTO FRENCH POWDERS?CERT AINCURB
j|/fo* Ki^M^piuMaea.Oryel aadaD rnnary Dimassa,
Scrofula. Syphilis and all BkxxT"and Hkml^ itaeaa
ppeedily cared. Gonorrhoea cared hi 48 boon. Far
tale by VM. B. ENTW1SLE, Drumrtat, corner US
rtreet and Pennsylvania avenue- Price ft par bos. aant
by mail under aaal on receipt of price. mil
R. JOHN TRIPP'S BLOOD PURIFIER la a cvWa
core for Sypbilix. Scrofula. Ovartun Tumor*, Kidney
Dieeaaea and all Blood Potoon. Cure of SypUM
guaranteed in either stave. Send two atampa for pamphlet.
Revere House/Buston.
jelt-eodly Da. JOHN TRITP.
TAR. ROBERTSON. THE MOST RELLARLE AJfD
nJ longest eatabliabed specialist in thia cttx. with If
yeara experience, will guarantee aeure In all iiaaaeaa at
(he Urinary Olfana, Nervous and ??Weakness
Nocturnal Emiariona, Impotency (Voaa of aexaal puwarfc
He. Gonorrhoea and Syphilis positively caved in S I* .M
10 days. Consultation* strictly confidential. Oaa be
consulted Wednesdays and Saturday^from2 to Vp.ak.
it Ida office, 4M C etroet northwest. Refsrs (c the
jeadimr physicians of Baltimore. Main offio* 90 North
Liberty street. Baltimore. Md. at
JTKALTH IB WEALTH J-DB. E. C. WEST**
11 NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT: ASnctti
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