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RAILROADS.
VIRGINIA MIDLAND RAILWAY.
liUu SRuRT LINE TP THE POVTH. SOETHWEST
AND WLST.
_ 6chedv.Ie~!ti effect UST X1S84
t lOA.W.-NEV, <i|;j l.ANs MAIL mmk r.g clone
Snnectiou* tc all points s-jiith ai d Southwo<t.
uJy. ?x ept S-m lsy. with ? * ?>. Railwav. PullBian
Sieepu v B .ffrt cars from N> w ^ rk and
mmtr u to Atlanta. Pullman Sleepin* cars Irutu
Wa?Limrton and Atlanta to New Dr. iu*, Parlor
0?r f D..iit Km. hit "it V "ird I' Vx
?JlP M -LOLISVILLE FAST I.I n E. Dally via CharJott?tivilie
t?, Cincinnati. Loniavillc and all Western
1 vlBth. Pulln.au Sleeping tarn V. atihititftoa to
Loui?rrille
?*opm.-southern mati. and fxpkess Daily
' all points South and Sot?thwe?t via Danville . J
Cnarlotte Dally.axcept Stmday.withC. Ik O.Raiiwav.
Fttllmap Sleeping cars from aahinstcn vu L<anjsde.
Charlott. and Atlanta to Ne*> Orleans. al*>.
mm Washington via charlotte and Columbia :-j
fPP4*- Ptdinian Sle?j ing Car from VS?t-tiii.,-;ou
to Wolf'? Sulphur Spduirs
Mana-?a? DlVj?loa Train leaven U"a?hln?ion at 7.00 A.
_ M. at.J 5:10 P M. dally.^-xc pt Sunday.
wanrnton train* leave Waaniugtoii at j.10 A.M. and
5.10P M. daily.
* .'w ticket# and information inquire at Company'* OiScp,601
Pennsylvania avenue.
M. R1.AFOHTER. S. M ACDANIEL.
U?ai. Paiw. Agent A--. nl.
POL HAAS. Traffic Manner.
The great
? Pennsylvania kocte
TO THE NORTH, W[ si AND sol THWEST.
DCUBI.K 1RACK SPLENDID M'ENEKV.
STEikL R.ULS. MAONIFICLNT- EQUIPMENT.
^ , Ik Effect Jilt 16th. lWi.
^raina Wave Wa*li;uwfoa, from station, corner of 6th
P? 1* *tiv*?U. an lol.ows
Mi*r Pltt^hiinc and til*- Wpiit, fhlcsffo Limited f~XJT* "S
ci 1'aiace Sleeping tars at V 40 a. in daily. Fast Line.
8.40 a. m. daily to Cincinnati and >t. Louis, witn sleepIB8"
Caw from H*rrisbur< to Cincinnati, and li tei
C Br to St. Louis; dmly. except Saturday, to Chicago,
%ith Sie* puin Car Altoosia to < 'hicago. Western f x,
(nti 7.4i>p in. daily. ? th Palace c.trs to Pittsburg.
Alao connects daily for I hicarfo. with ~>lf jiiw Car
PUtsbnnr to Chicago Mall Lxpretw, 10 U' v. in. daily
for Plttaburvan 1 the Wist, with l'aiacu Sleeping Car
?aai>Ui?t"a to ChicaiOJ.
HALi iMORE A>D TOTOMAC RAILROAD
Itr Erie. CaiiandaUaia. Rochester. L'ufial<>. Ni^i-ara.
10.UO jv ni jlail\. escrpt Saturday, with l aia. c Cars
Waahunrtoii toKo<h sttr. 1 rainVavisir a^lunrfton
, ?n Saturday tuirlit will not run l>eyoii! I.euovo
W<f WlLJainaport. Lock Havca a^a Elni-'ra. at J.iO a in.
daily, exrept Siuidov.
}ar New York and the East. 715, 8.20 an.l 11 00 a.
Bl.. 11U. 4.UO. 10 00 ;oiri 11 15 i>. iii. Oil butidaj. 4110.
JUUO and 11.15 p. in. LnniU't hipr?-s.i < t ItLlinaa
Irarlor Cars. 40 a. ni. daily, except Sunday.
I^r Pt*ton without chaiure, 1MO p. i.>, cvi ry w?*?-tlay
Cm Sunday. 4-Oup.m.
y?r Brooklyn. N. l . all through trains connect at J'-r?*>
City with lx>aL< of Brookly n Annex. :iK"rdinir >iiWct
traiwl. r to i ulton street,aToiuinv-' uoubk t> rmure
truw New York city
r*.r I'hiladelphia. 7 15, 8 20 and 11 a. m.. 2.10. 4,i<>. 0.00,
101*)and 11.15 p. in. On buiida\. 4.0U, 6.AO. lo.no aiui
1115 p. in. Limited Exprisn, l;.4<) a. m. daily, except
bun day.
Fcr baltin;or??. 6J5. 7.16, 8.20. V 40. 11 fiO a. m.l2 0o,
2.10, 4 t*J> 4. J5. 4-40. H.00, 7.40. lOOO and 11 li j>. m.
Oti Sunday, y *), ll.owa. ui., 4.W. t 00, 7 40. 10.00 and
JV15p. m.
lor lVp" 's ''!> ? k Line, C 35 a. ni. and 4.40 p. in. daily,
except Sunday.
For Aiimijh Iis. 6.35 a. m? 12.05 and 4.40 p. in. daily, excn-t
Sm.day.
ALEXANLRj A AND FB?X)ERICKSBURO RAILWAY.
AND ALEXANDRIA AND VA-?IllNulON RAILKOAP.
For Alexandria, 6 .TO. 7.00. 9 25, II 05 and 11.35 a. in..
2-PC. 4.25. 5.0?*. t .26. S.l)5 and 11.o5 p. ni. Oil Sunday
at ti 30, y.2">. 11.10 a. ni.. h 05 p. m.
Fct mrhniMid and the utli. ;>o"and 11.06 a. ni. daily.
and .VOW l m. daily, except Sunday.
Train.- lea-..- A t lai.dria f-jr Wa^liiiuL-t- n. 6.05,7.50,10 00,
?0.U?a. IE.. 1 00. 3.05. 3.23, 5.10. 7.05 and 10 4') > ni..
and 12.10 uiidniKht (except Monday). On Sui.Oiiy at
i 50 and 1U lun.ni, 7.05 Slid 1Urio p. m.. and lilo
niprht
Tickets* and lnf< miatkn at the oihci'.nortiiea.^t c< -ncr
rf 13th stret t ai*l p. jii.sylviuua avt-nu'- and at tin -tabon.
wht r. rd. r* can p.- hit toi the? hi < tin? of oa,r(pu
e to d?xUnation irgiii hotels and net s.
CHAS. t. HuH. j. it WO< ?D
U- neral .Manager. General I a*.-* liy.-r Atr.-nt,
TO SARATOGA^ ' "
^ _ LAKE GEORGE.
A>D CAISKILL MorNTAlXS.
ONLY ALL RAIL AND PARLOR CAR I.TNE.
Trains on New York. West Sh n- and Buffalo Rv.. l>y
We*t shore o. Pictar -sijU' Hudson lliver. leave jersey
City Station of Pennsylvania R.R. as toll >ws.
. SPE' l AC. 'J OJ a.ni.?Arnv Saratoga
2 35 p.m.. taldwrll. Late < w?ow. 4:25 p m.. M. ntr?-al 11
p.m t eirant PuUni^n Buffet Car ; n> .Saratoga, tlienco
U' IK'ntp ai.
CAISKIIL MOfNTATN STEC1AU9 ^? am-ArTt**';Hotel
Kaaterskill 2 30 p.m.. Grand Hotel 2:07 p in.
Farlcr Car".
DAY KXPRKW. 10:15 am.?Arrive AlT>nnv 3 p.m.
fharim Springs j p.m.. CV>|?;: -ji.>wii r, p.m., l tii-j 5 50
p.m.. SynK a-e .15pm.. Ro? hi-ster lt):40 p.m.. Buffalo
12 15? m.. Niagara Falls 12:58 a ui. Parlor Cars to .UUiij.
Sharvn springs and Ni ixara Falls.
SARAHMiA AND CAT SKILL Mut'NTAIN EX.
. ,,11 1? ?-Hi-?Arrive Hotel Kaatervkill 5 15 pun.
4ir?nd liuul a:05p.jn.. S^rat..i.-a 6:2o p.m.. 1-ai.. George
f i'la Parerf Care Jersey-city to Saratoga and Lako
beenr.
,^\HAT?f.A AND CATSKILL MOUNTAIN LIM1TF.D
3.4.) p.m.?Arrive Hotel Kaatervkill 1)10 p.m.
Grand Hotel 3 :45 p.m. Sarmtotra h 3t) p.m.. Lake G' orae
;0,:,*i.p in ' Montreal > 25 a,xu..w;th Parlor Cars to Ca'sknl
Mountains to Saratov-a. 1 uflet l arl r Car leaves
wastun^rton n Pennsylvania R.R. train f>15 a in for
rarut'*u. sleepers thenceU* Montreal. The New jork
itaves ^aahin?fton at 'j 4o am., connet tin?f
w.th Surat<j?f:? and lat-k nl NIt. Limited at Jersey City
Ask for >i;iine .,r round trip tiek, u by West shore ixiute,
do avoki ferry at anu trauaicr turou^ii >?*. w
Clt).
A}Tj> to City or Dejot Agent of Pern. R.R for rom-?
lieu tline-uM, tick' t-? and I'arlor Car chairs. Par!'?r
Car chairs from Jersey city station reaervtd in advan.-a
Bpen applieitii u to .Vent Pullman Car Co.. 1 enu. lUi
Station, Citv. New Jersey
, _ HENRY Mo\?TT Gen. Pass. A--t..
_ _ an - ? State street New York.
Baltimore and ohio railroad.
.^WI^MoDKL fast 1 ink and the only
&VS?^to " tASX THK W^TDOLL1.L
TRACK? JANNEY COl'PLER'
STEEL RAILS'
SCUEDl'LE IN EF'KE? T Sl'NDAY. -TI NE IS-rw
lt?l U5T1L IlKTHtU NoTICE '
Leave X> * hinifton iron. sUitien. ci rn-.r ot New J.-sev
*ver.ne and C street.
11 r Chicatn.. Cincinnati. Lotii?v ill- ami St I onis diflv
at 3.<Xi a. m 1015 a.m. 10 10 p. n. with thrush
C?.a< h?- tnd Pala. e Me. pin^c lan to !.l~.ve points
y *11-1 -1 thaiifeV, 10.15 a. n*. daily to Chicago, except
BHtOTUlT.
Ftr Pittabunr at ? ? a. m. an 1 8 40 p. m. daily: H 40
Lm.. Ut i>:tU?l?uiv. Lk-iciauii and Detroit, u1iL>>1wdf
(. ir> to htt-lnnf.
Fcr Toledo ar.d Detroit vii Mr nrteville, 10.15 a ru.
ji*R lor Xokdo, via WhetluiH a^d Lata
t Irains tor Philadelphia and New York at 8 13 j. In.
?*"![. except Sunday 3 p. m and 'J 40 t . m. aud
ta? hri}' m' Wltli l^'ior and Slcci-nuc Cars atJ
i r Baltimore on week days. 5.6:30. 6 4<~>. 8 00 8 lo 9 oo
an.l 10 t?5 %. m. 12:10. 2 20, 2 35. J <?). j 4 m ,45
nmiute trains 410, 5 30, C.50. 7:00, s -j). aiu, lu 10 -?
ni.
I ?1 Ealthncre on Snrdays. 6 30, 8:fl0. 8:20 a in. 1 25
- 35. 3:0d. 4 40,5:30. b oil. TOO, 8 ^0, y:40andl0l0V
In.
Ti j feints on the Shenandoah Valley Iuilrvad. 10 15 a.
Hi. dally.
F1 Annapolia. 6 40 a. m . and 12:10and 4.40p. m. oa
Sijid??. >:2H a. in.. 4 4t> p. lu.
*er Way Stati. ns N tw- en Wa^hintrton and Bsltimore.
' ' "O a. II. . 1- 10 I ill.. 3 4 V). T 1,0 a J
10:10p.m. Oil Sundays, w-Ua., in, ai.d 1 4 4?and
i ' p. :n. Lr Stall us on Metropolitan branch.
4 a* 5:35 j li*. <laily * li t-yi ^muiav. 4;45
1 _ btatRii'* vu
WiBch f 30 a. tn. otu} lor L> xinirtou. Staunton and
>a...y ! ranch, b .*i ;? m. daily . x?.cpt Sunday. ?s.4(1
I 111. daily: lor Imlcricki s.oO a. m? 10:15a. 111. 4 45
v ni. da-ly except >un.laj.
Fcr H^rstown. 10:15a. ui..and 5:35 p. m. daily txcept
1n'm xhe daily, 6 20, 7:50 a. m_. 2:'25.
Fr< :n New Vcrli and Philadelphia. 2 :5, S.SOa. e> daily
* !*> p. ni. daiiy, exr? pi Siiimay
J,12.1 ,AU!U V\,is- *" ^ In- ami 150 and 6:37 p. m.hundav
a. m.. fc'37 p. in.
Fr< m L* xiu^t. n. t .M a. in. daily, and 2:15 p m. daily
except Snndav. 4 '*
*?; Vi rr*?*rlci ??d !ntenne.liate p-ictn. 8:25 a ni
1 ni'i (W;tl i * r- n>- dciiy. excel t Sunday. ?:lj
p. m. dauv fr. n. Point 11 Rocks.
ieave_Balti" . n- f? r W.-l.irurton at 2 0O 4 41
a ? 4 o? y .'V 10 J<) a- ?2-l5. 2 50.
dav^' V?: "4 I; - * - W ^ 1 ;v V? Suu?
*> ^ ^ ^ - ?*.
^c?*top at Relay Station cxry.'J;
V , J?foraJfti"" 811 ?t the Baltimore and
Li ri.?';i, t. Statl. n. and Li51
* I. il^.**. ' e. rmr i4;li >tr^t.wneie ruera
1M. Of T , BaJtlrron-.
BEW1SQ MACHIj>ta7Ac.
CV\RK?3 o. 1 SPOOL C'OTTON.
tlx SPOOLS FoR 25 CENTS,
at A rTRP.ACH*S Sewlru Machine Rcon * cor. 7ili and H.
A#eti -y tnr the lifht-rrinninir NEW \MEI:ICAN No 7
{; w- Ma-h-arm niach.n.. manufw-turej
JT tie <.!<<-.*tatl!?hed An-encun S^win^ Machine (V
II Hade ii.a. v?) icu surjaj~?a all others .n ~;n,"
li^ 1t> and dural.ility
jk",v V*"* Auton-a D r;:e?r:c. Sinter. Howe G W
*WJ ?ll?ou No. a. and other nrst-cUoa MacHnea for
? k*ie of rei. V
W en.p,.jy r.r. ranvissintr r.w. nta.
P*ti- 'lt* * 'th u> > e u save uh'ta-y and annoyance
Irw ?l >oUr nsWemrc by cxi?rKU?ed
AL kllula repaired and warranted.
w c. AiTRB'irn
9 Comer .th and H .Ei*xt -door to Auerbach a O. nts'" FurnL-li.mc
and Hat St.?-. j ^
X HE JLlGIIT JiuNXING IVeW XfoME
AND HARTFURD tLWIN'a MACIIINil.-j,
therfmrleat and mo.t dura! ie Sewing Machines ever
1 rouueed. Sold Oil moiithiy laymeuu. iiid LUiral-i-tcotu.t
lor *i i.
^ C'PI ENHEIMEIT3
?*hall# Bewmir Hachin.n and Fashion Room%
828 9th street n. w.. St. Cloud Bu ldin*
^ ^ AL kiniia rti^urwl Bizar
T "wiiiTe -^ Ne!; H I rPi>r SKHOlir" SILENT
naltr MctTi NNh^ 4.-: yn/.V'T,
v ^ THK TUADKS. "
^EFCS ^WSfAPLB
Good Work. Luw l'ik?i
J*>1 <32 Dth *tr-ot
Gibson brothers, ~
PRACTICAL B?H?K AND JOB PRINTERS.
Pennsylvania avenue. WaomiiMtyn n r
CT^Fine Mintiinr a laity % i j '
I Lai aula-hi i> ISOL
"W* Ha ys HEATI.EY & So*
STEAM
DYEING AND SCOURIXG,
*<X 10t? JEl'lERSON STREET.
UtORGETOWX. D C
flooda called for and d^iv.red free of rhartre to ani
J? the city. Postal t arda reapondul to i'romptl>
jy i-am
Spring Cf ood&
^ aclectM atock of PETTINGoOered
fcr jfenthinen to select from at the
UALINu IAILORI>O ESTABLISIiMJINT OF
MAAULNutoN.
H D. B.VRR.
Ull Pennayivatua avCiiiu\
AUCTION SALES.
TOM i:v F.N iMtT
Large stock of fine English breechi.o.VUING
AND MUZZLE LOADING SHOT.
(?l NS. 1TSHING TACKLE, RULES. REVOLVERS.
CU 1 I.El:V. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
? AEDWARE. TOOI.S. RAZORS. SCISSORS.
POCKETBOoKS. Violjss. TOYS, BASi ?ALL?
axi> BAis, Violin sir nos. skated
FITSHES AXD COMBS. JEWELRY. 19%?
SE 1 S. OF riCAL G< >ODS. WATCH CHAINS. AND
10.UJ0 USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICI.ES.
I-> dip tuou i<f UircwiMr, tu chan?re business. I will
Mil, on th?- premises, all the aliove Stock of J. U.
?/ME MCA \ Co., 1.U7 Pennsylvania awnuenorthwest.
Sale ounini?noM FRIDAY. JUNE TWENTIETH. ?t
SEVEN I'. M_. and every evening thereafter at same
Lour until further notice.
DEALERS AKK SPECIALLY INVITED, a* many
g< ni?- will be sold in oruriual packages. Great bargains
may i>e expected every night. FOLEY, Auctioneer.
N i'.?T he Fixture* will notb?> sold as, at the termination
of sale, the store will be occupied by J. L'.
I'll KARA & CO.. Manufacturers of "ROYAL GLUE."
Jel'J
TMWBHOtr.
rpHOMAa DOWLING, Auctioneer.
REGULAR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Ac EMBRACING M IRKuRS, PIANOS. PAINTINGS
AN.? ENGRAVINGS. CARPETS. PARLOR.
CHAM HER ANDDINING-ROOMFURNITURE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
At au<-tii<n T on s SATURDAY. AUGUST THIRTIETH,
lsS4. at TEN O'CLOCK.
Auo,
Lot Hardware, Tools, Cutlery, kc.
Auo,
At TWELVE O'CLOCK, Horse, Phaeton and Hirneu.
tie Nv. 1 .-ray Hon*-. a good w orker in any harness.
: Horses Carnages Buggies and Wagons.
| t< sets single Harness. au28-2t
ALTER B. WILLIAMS t CO., Auctioneers.
ELEGANT BAR AND B.Vii FIXTURES AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY. AUGUST THIRTIETH, at ELE\ EN
O'CLOCK A. M , We shall sell iu front of our auction
rooms the following articles to the highest bidder :
Eie-aiit Walnut Bur Counter, Bar Eixcurta,
Lattice ScTtt n. Bar Mirrors,
Handsome Walnut Ice Chest. plated trimmings,
Sibils. Walnut Tables, ohow Case,
ila; Rack, Screen D<".'rs I hairs,
WindoVf Shad s, I-auip- etc.
auJs-Ut W AL11 li 1J. WILLIAMS & CO., Aucts.
! 'Jt^HoMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF
lilt 1.ESTAIRANT OF MB. P. D. WELCKEtt.
Nc. 00.? FU TEENTH STREET, OPPOSITE U.S.
treasury. km bracing Italian marble
Col NTERS WMH TENNESSEE TRIMMINGS.
WALNUT CARVED MIRROR FRONT BUFFET.
HANDSOME EBENCH PLATE MANTEL MIRRORS.
TWo NEW l'OOL TABLES WITH BALLS.
Ac., COMPLETE; SILVER-PLATED HOT WATER
1 KNS.S1 !.V KR-ELATED BAR FIXTURES.LAKGE
LOT GLASSW ALE. iCE LOX. SIOVE. fcc., AC.
On SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST THIRTIETH,
1K?4. comuu-u<*ii)g at TEN O'CLOCK. I shall seU the
enur?- cont?nts of the above establishment. (roods to be
if. uvi .1 immediately, as premises are to be turned over
to owuer.
au27-dts THOMAS DOWLING, Anct.
J J U N CAN SON BROS., Auctioneers.
SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
ON SOUTH SIDE OF LOUISIANA AVENUE,
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH STREETS.
We will sell ut public auction, on SATURDAY. g?ii
:?UH AUGUST. it>?4. at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M.. uartSfc
r>! I t r.um'oeri-d six (6). in sijuare numbered lour-**
hundred ai. 1 tifty-ume (l.'-S>. fronting eighteen (18)
f-tt one (1) inch on the south side of Lcuisiana avenue.
by a throe-story aud basement brkk
dwelling house. known as N . foe Louisiana avenue,
ill- prt -perty will lie sold subject to a deed of trust,
dated <-r; the Jd day i f January. 1SS3, ri-corilfcd ?n Liber
l(r2.> f'lio 472. of tho land records of the District of
Columbia. to secure $'2,500 tn two years troin 1st of
January. lspa, with six i??rcent interest payable semiannually.
Terms of sa>r Cash. Mortgage can be renewed. Cbnveyancing
at purchaser's cost. A det>osit of $100 required
at timt- of sale. Right reserved to resell if terms
are not c? uij'lipd with in seven days, at risk and cost of
purchaser, a.' ter live days | ublle notice of such resale in
som<- n? wspaper I'Ublished in Washington, D. C.
an23d&ds
rjpUoMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
THE ENTIRE PLANT OF "THE WASHINGTON
CHEMICAL WORKS COMPANY," INCLUDING
ALL STOCK AND MATERIAL ON HAND (EXCEPTINO
SOME SULPHATE OF AMMONIA),
W ILL BE
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION;
On SATURDAY. TWENTY-THIRD AUGUST. 1884.
:>t TW EH E O'CLOCK M., In front of the works of the
Company, on 27th street, between G and H stn-ets
northwest, consisting of its LEAD SULPHURIC ACID
CHAMBER, 1^0xi8 and 14 feet hiirli, with front and
back towers 6x5 and 15 feet hi^th; pan capacity ^50.000
lbs., (all a] proximate ineasureuients), three ijull'Lur
Fumarts lor 5o lb. char*es hourly; four Retort r^irnaces.
inelud nt Glass Retorts reducing pans, etc.. for
tie manufacture of Oil of vitriol. togeth? r with all
BRICK AND FltAME BUILDINGS connected therewith.
as well as all tools, implements and machinery
appertaining thereto. Also its BRIcK AMMONIACAL
FACTORY AND BRICK STOCK, and PATENTED
AM Mom AC\L S IEAM STILL for the distillation of
AMMONIACAL GAS LIQUOR and (he manufacture of
Sulphate of Ammonia, inclifdinv Boilers, Pumps, Sat\iraiors.
Evaporators, Steam Drylinr Table, implements,
' tiK'is an'I machinery of every kind used in operating the
same. The AMMONIACAL STILL is continuous in its
operation, and has a producing capacity of tromtwo
thousaniTto live thousand pouuJs Sulphate daily. Contract
for tlx' Amuioiiiai-al Gas Liquor will bo transferred
to the purchaser of the works.
This side will be made on afcount of Mr. P. Bauer,
I pun Laser at the public saleuf this property made March
j ;:yth. l-s-t.
Terms of saie: Cash within five day*; all conveyancing
::t i UA liaser's cost" a deposit of $500 forfeit money
rt quirt d at time of sale.
::f~ THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
SA1UICDAY. AUGUST THIRTIETH, SAME HOUR
.A >1> i-I?\Cfc.
>?.r inrthir paiticulars Inqum^ at tlieoffice of the
comjany.
-THE W ASHINGTON CHEMICAL WORKS CO.."
au'.'J-dts C21 Pennsylvania Aveune.
STEAMERS.
t ? ENERAI. TRANSATLANTIC COMPANY
Between New Vobk ani> Havbk.
' ' .i.pany's j ier. No. 42 North River, foot of Morton
j t'.net. New York
St. I parent, tie Jonsselin. Wwlnesdav. Sept. 3. 4 a. tn. j
Ni nuandie. Frangeul. Wednestlay. Sept. 10, 'J a. m. I
I^ibrador. Collier. Wednesday, sept. 17. 4 a. m.
Ch'-cks payable on signt. in amounts to suit, onths '
Barn,ue Transutlantiqueof Paris. LOUIS DE BEB1AN.
I A^-i ut. No. ?i. Bowling Green. New York.
G, W. Moss, i"J5 Pennsyivaniaavenue;
J rt. Dol 1.1.1.1C & SUN. J-Jptnnsylvaniaavenne,
auJS Agents for Washington, D. C.
(1 U N A R I> LINE.
N 0 T I C E .
LANE ROUTE.
THE CT-NARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED.
BETWl.tS NEW VOBK AND UVEKPOOL.
CALLING AT CORK HARBOR.
FROM ITER 40. N. R. NEW YORK.
OKTrr^i* Wed., Sept. X Skrvta Wed., Oct L
Gallia Wed., Sept. lft OKKUoN Wed., O-t. 8
' At KAMA Wed., Sep. 17. Galua Wed , Oct. lo! i
j Bothnia Wed.,Sept. 24. Ai hania Wed., Oct. 22. !
AND EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM NEW-YORK !
RATES ol PASSAuE?$60, &0 and <100, according ,
i te accommodtliulis.
sj. rat i at very low rates. Steergo tickets frotn Liv- i
< rj i and (jueenstown and all other parts of Euroj>e at
1* i-t ratis.
1 hrough bills of laden inven for Belfast. Glasgow,
llavn-. Antwerp and ether i>orts on the Continent, and !
i fcr M? dit?-rrai t an ports.
i lurip vht atid | assage apply at the Company's offl ?, !
"l', ul"lK Gr?-en, or t>jtti btceraee and Cabin to
OTISBIOELOW 4 CO.fdiV 7th st.. Washington D. C
VERNON II. BROWN & CO.. New Yorkj
Or to Messrs. OTIS BIGELoW Jt CO..
j eu2S C05 7th street. Washington.
! X URTH GERM All LLOYDi.1
Steamship Line BttBTn New tork. Havbk.
Ljm?>n, S< uthajij-ton anh Hkemen.
TV' ?* :im< i ? ' f this con.pany wijl sail EVERY WEDNE>1'AY
ANI> sA 1 URDA Y from Bn.uieu pi'-r, foot of
: <! -"n - t. Hi k' li. Bates of pasaa^e from NEW YORK
t- LCNIMiN.HAVRE.BREMEN: li> Wrdne>daysteamer
? 1 list i abin. SlOOto <1.U>; second cabin. $'y0. Bv Saturday
steamer -First cabin..<7"?; second cabin, $30. Steer?g
at lowwt rates. Wor freight or passage apply to
! ? T.l.EB H-* ,t CO.. "2 Bowline Green. New York, W. G.
Ml IZEl.OT'i A CO . W5 l'i nnsjlvania avenue uorthii.^i.
CHAS. WALTER. 34^ D Street, Agents for Wash*
! m?.'ton jaia
MEDICAL, &e.
ANHOOD RESTORED BY USING A BOTTLEOB
two of Dr. BROTHERS' Invigorating CoriiaL
W>. nire any <?wof bemmal Wcakuem. Nervous D?I
lilt v and lni|H>tency. It ilupaxU \^or to the v.UoU
s>?t<m 'JOC. li street sonthwesi. au25-lm*
BE YE HEALED. GO TO DR. BROTUERS
a:: t .11- li stre. t s. .ltthwest. and Ik- cured. The only
r* li' -id' n: advertising physician in Washintrton.
' li :.h~ ifiv. n hi- part: u!ar attention to tie- treatment
an 11 r> . f all : rn.s of " I is. use." particularly that of
a privat- cnaract r lor ever 37 years. au25-lm*
II HA^ NEVER BEES CON J RADICTED THAT
1?}* Bl.01 HERS la nut th.' oldest established adv
r -iii^r lull's' I'hjsician in this city ladies, you
ca:,. Ifideiitly eoisult I>r BROTHERS. VOoBst s.w.
l'a.-ts'ular art<.nt: >n p-id to all diseases) peculiar to
ia.li.-~, mam. i r single All irr> gulariti>? and ?.va!
rian 'r*> e su.-.-.^^fuilv tr?at**i ?W~Hoard, with
iro a.-1 turn Hlaticns.and kind efldt.it nurses furni-h'd
t.'th. - \%ii may desire to stay a few days in the
j til; nnutrhistnatM?M au25-lm*
MMiXMi' DE EOREST HAS REMEDY FOR LA
a s All f. ma! e. inplaiutsquiekly cur. d. Can I*
0 nsulted d uly at 1.4 . .th street northwest Office hours
w ;.i 1 t 9* i lock 1 ni, with lifim cmlj.
DB. LI ON* THE OLDEST ESTABISIIED AND
er.iy r?; able lilies' Phjsifian iu the city, can bo
tt !;sult? i dai.y, 32y Missouri tveinic. f.rst street south
?! l'?M.sj Iv aliia avenue, lietween 3d and 4*< streets Ail
J?i-a> ?. v.plaints ai.d irr> -'ulantKs yuickly remov. d.
lr> u-.'i tr?-tiiieut. Correspondence and consultations
?:n. tij . . 1...11. ntial. s. p:uaUj loohia lor ladies offica
Lours?a U> 4 and 7 to 'J p. in. au20-li**
|Xi: MOTTS FRVNCH POWDERS CURE ALL
1 w I rinu y Diseas - in 45 Ntnrous Debility
W. a..Mess caused by indiscretion, poisonous
I s. . > - t lllw*!. tf ctttig Throat Nose aud -skin.
Si.i t at -S'l ANDlFERl'Vt St Cloud Pharmacy, Uth and
F -treats. I "rice s.nt by mail sealed. au25-m,w,f
Da is' llUAi* ~
rn. dye'S
EITCTRTC VOLTAIC BELT, aod other ELW-rnir &p.
i iiANrn. We will send on thirty trays' trial, to men,
vi nils- r old. win; are ?uttering fri m Nervous Debility.
II ?t \ itality. ai.d tL<?>- dixases of a personal nature re,
?nltniK from al uset< ai.d other causes. S[st*ly relief and
i duple te restoration to health, v in\ r and manhood guarant.
.el tul at once for illustrated pamphlet, free. Ad?iit.?
\OLTAIC B^XT to.. Marshall, Mich. Ja30-eoly
RE\D AND BE W ISE. DRTBBOTHERS. 906 B8T.
- uthwi-st, ai peared Is fore me aud made oath that
1 > the < E'.e?t l^tstillslitsi Expert Specialist in thu
c:ty^tid will iruarantee a cure bi allcases of venereal dntasi
. and furnish Medicine, oruo charyv; the poor furntsL.il
Mt-dn-i ne free. Consul tati. 11 and advice freest
*!i> hour dunug the day. Subscrilsel and sworn tobeU
r me > > Dr BROi HERS, April 2d. 1SS4.
_Jy3Mm? SAMUEL 11. WALKER. NotairPublia
DR ROBERTSON. THE EXPERT SPECIALIST
who stands hltfh In his proft'ssion, is acknowledged
U U an 1 xp. rt without a p?-er in the wide world ilittia
treatment and cure of lTivate, Nervous and Chronio
Diseases, L*jst Vitality, Imtmired Manhood and Abuses
if thi-Systi 111, LladJer, Kidney and all diseases of th*
J rtnarjr Otxans. Recent cases positively cured in 4 to
I No us rrury or caustics taol. Can be consulted
r> Wednesilay ai.d Saturday, from to 'J p.m., at ids
I. thee. 4^6 C 11 w. lufers to Wading physiciansoi Baltin
oiv. iiain Crticv.LO N. Liberty St.. Ualtimore,Md. " Ii jl
4^ for men-checks in tax hgura
< Cures iu Uuee daia Drug Slurs. J6N. UUistrnt,
i lilladeil'lns.
?MP?-nns. ser- Washington. D. \
? ?~??
fj^Hl- CELLLTAHD IRCSS; tuat never Vreaks
, 1 \*Lr wear? out, always clean, and can be worn
1* iii' Itt uaoiin^. ji Xor mIU it
CHAS. FISHER'S,
vms riium J . ea 7?h street northwest
. ^svuss alteuUuu ki iuo wanU of
Uti) ltu'uai ml!
AUCTION SALES.
w BENSI^OLll, Auctioneer.
I shall sell at the Bazaar, No. 9*0 Louisiana avenue,
on SATURDAY MOHNTNG. th<> THIR11ETH OF AUGl
ST, at T5N O'CLOCK, without?etTV"
BIX HEAD OF EXPRESS HORSES, SLIGHTLY SORE
FROM BEING DRIVEN OS THE hard CITY
PAVEMENTS
Auw,
ABOUT 25 HEAD OF nop.SES, M\RF.S AND MULES,
SOME GoOD DRIVERS AND WORKERS.
also,
ABOUT 20 NEW AND SECOND-HAND BUGGIES.
CARRIAGES A>D WAGONS. HARNESS, Ac . Ac.
a BEN SINGER, Auct.
rpHOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
ELEGANT DIAMONDS, ALL BEAUTIFULLY
MOUNTED. CONSISTING OF ONE LARGE TWO
STONE DIAMOND RING. ONE FIVE STONE
DIAMOND CiiOSS, AND ONE LARGE DIAMOND
sHIi.T sTUD, AT AICTION.
)W (Saturday). AUGUST THIRTIETH,
18H4.ATTW EL\ t O'CLOCK M , within my salesrooms,
I will sell for whom it may concern, the above elegant
KX><Kis, This offersa splendid opportunity to purchasers.
as such goods ars but rarely found at auction.
Terms caah. THOMAS DuV> LING.
II Auctioneer.
\\ EEES A CO? Auctioneers. I
AUCTION SALE OF FORFEITED PLEDGES.
?o will sell within our store. 637 Lousiania awnne,
opposite city post office, M ONDAY, SEPTEMBER
a"d TUESDAY, SEPT EM HER SECOND, at
1 EN O i LOCK A. M., the stock of Forfeited Pittites of
the well-known pawnbroker, Fred. beliuger, 737 7th
street northwest. 'I his sale will consist of?
Go.d. Silver and Metal W'aicbes.
Gold. Silver and Filled Watch Chains.
Gold Neekla.es. Charms, Lockets. Scarf Pins.
Studs. Cuff lsuttoiis. Earrings. Tins. bracelets.
A large assortment of Set Rings, Gloves.
Large assortment of Overcoats and Gents' Clothing.
Shoes. Books, Bibles, Clocks.
'lools of ?u kinds. Shawls, kc.. Ac.
P-. S.?I rsoiis holuinir tickets on which the time has
expired will picas** take notice, a* the goods must be
sold without reserve.
nn WEEKS A CO., Auctioneers.
_au23-3t I\ SELINGER, Broker.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO!, Auctioneers.
REGULAR SAT.F. OF PARLOR. DINING-ROOM
AND CHAMBER FURNITURE. BRUSSELS, INGRAIN
AND OTHER CARPETS.
On TO-MORRoW, AUGUST THIRTIETH, at TEN
O CLOCK A. M.. we shall sell, in front of our salesroom,
a general assortment of Household Furniture,
Carpets. etc.
Terms cash.
It WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Aucta
rpWO-STORY Fi.AMl 1) WELL1NG.ON FOUiL AHD A*J?ALF
H I.. BET. M AND N STS. S. W.
[WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMbER<<5?
HAW-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK, we**::!
will sell in front of the premises, the south lt> feet^^
front of'lot No. 10, by depth thereof, in Square No. 545,
Irontingou Four-and-a-half street and running back
to an alley, improved by two-story frame dwelling'.
terms One-third cash; balanse in twelve and eighteen
months, notes to bear 0 iht cent, interest, and to
be secured by deed of trust, or all cash, at option of
Purchaser. Conveyancing at purchaser's cost; a deposit
of $100 required at sale.
aU-D-d&is DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO., Auctioneers.
SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. BRUSSELS.
I NOR AIN A N D OTH Eli CARPE I S.
-On TUESDAY, SEl'TEMHER SECOND, at TEN
0 CLOCK AM., we shall sell, at residence No. 201 D
street northwest, corner 'Jd street, a general assortment
ot houscholdlurniture. vii: Walnut-frame Parlor Suite,
?alnut Chamber Furniture, Easy Chairs, Marble top
Iftbles. Extension Table and Dining-room Chairs, Walnut
Bedsteads, bureaus and Wasnstauds; Hair and
Husk Mattresses, Bcddm:;, Brussels, Ingrain and other
carpets. China. Glass* and Crockery Ware, Kitchen
Utensils, etc. Terms cash.
WALTER B. W ILLIAMS A CO.. Aucts.
H. K- FULTON, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF FORFEITED PLEDGES.
I will sell at my store. 1218 Pennsylvania avenue, by
public auction, commencing TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
SECOND, at TEN O'CLOCK A. M . my stock of Forfeited
Pledges. This sale will consist of
Gold, Silver and Metal Cased Watches. Gold and Silver
Watch Chains, odd Necklaces. Charms, Lockets,
fccarf Pins, Studs, cutf Buttons, Kvvlasses. Spectacles.
Earrings. Pins, Bracelets, Plain Go.d and Set
ltiutrs. Gold Pens and Pencils. Diamonds and other
precious Stones, Gold Thimbles, .Match Boxes,Snuff
Boxes, Solid Silverware. Gun-, Rifles, Ac., Ac.
This sale will include all PorfeitedT'ledges from Nos.
h035 to 74120 inclusive, and will continue morninsrs at
10 v'clock and evenings at 7:30 o'clock until ail the lots
are sold. Persons holding tickets pleas* take notice.
H. K. FULTON, Pawnbroker and Auctioneer.
J. W. DYER, Salesman. nu2S-(",t*
ALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Auctioneers.
TWO TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSES ON
MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE. BE I WEEN NEW
JERSEY AVENUE AND SECOND slREET
NORTHWEST. NOS. 118 AND 120.
On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER SECOND. 1884. at SIX
O'CLOCK, p. M., we shall m il. in iront of the premises,
the north part of lot 6. in squate 5G5. havinif 30 feet 8
inches frout, running back the depth thereof, improved
by two two-story brick dwelling houses, gas aud water.
A good chance lor an investment.
TERMS: OCe-half cash, balance in six, twelve and
eighteen month* for notes bearing interest from day of
sale, and secured by a deed of trust on proin rty sold;
a<l conveyancing at purchas. r's cost; iCiO down on each
piece ot property when struck off.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Auctioneers.
au27-d
rjlHoMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES' SALE OI' IMPROVED REAL ESTATE
IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON.
By virtue of a deed "f trust, dulv recbrded
amonir the Land R.-cor Js of the District of Co- flSW
lun,bia. in Liber 1072. foiio 162, et sq . we
sell. at public auction in front of the premises, on
Monday the eighth da\ of septembers
11\ ^ o c LOC K P. M.. mil that certain parcel of ground,
being in the city ot Washington, in said District, and
knowu as part of original Lot bl in square 24. I?vmning
for the same at u point on the west line of 24th
street 18 feet south Irom the northeast corner of said
lot. and runniuK thence west 'JO leet 0 inches to west
line of said lot; thence south 11 leet; east 20 feet; south
7 feet; east to west line of 24th street, and tllence north
18 feet to the place-of b-ginsiing. Improved by a frame
house, numbered 1210 24th street northwest.
Terms of sale: One-third cash, of which <s 100 must be
paid at time ot sale, residue at ai d 12 months. res|>ectivcly,
6 per cent interest, secured by notes of the purchaser
r-iul deid of trust upon the property sold, or all
cash, at o,?tion of j urchaser. It terms are not complied
with in 7 Jays the Trustees reserve the ritfht to resell at
defaulting purchaser's cost and risk.
CHAS. H. craotn, .
an27-10t CHAS. h. cragin. Jr.. '(trogtrc9TJUNCANSON
BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF~ TWO THREE-STORY
B1UCK AN'1> FRAME HOUSES, WITH storks.
ON H STREET. BETWEEN SECOND AND
THIRD STREETS NORTH EAST (BEING HOUSES
Nl MBERED 217 AND 210 11 STREET.)
By virtue of a deed of trust, dulv recorded in
Lilier No. 875, folio 218, et seq.. one of the land re? - G8S
ords for Washington county, in the Divtru i of Columbia.
we will sell on 'IT EsDAY, the SECOND DAY
OF SEPTEMBER. A D. l->.-4, at HALF-1'AST FIVE
O'CLOCK P. M , in front of tlie nrcmises all that certain
piece or parcel ot ground lying and being in the
city of Washington, in the D:striet of Columbia, and
known and descriced as j art of lot numbered nine l'j) in
square number* d seven hundrt d and fifty-two (752), !>? ginning
at the northeast corner of said lot nine CJ?, and
running thence west on H street north, thirty-two feet
four and a quarter inches (3- f- 14-4 inches), thence
south one hundred (HJO)feet, thence east thirty-two
feet four and a ouarter inches <32 ft. 4^ in.), tlieu.'fe
north one hundred feet (100) to the place of l?vlniiing,
contaming three thousand two hundred and thirty-six
feet, more or less, tot-ether with Ul the improvements,
ways, easements, rights, privileges and hereditaments
to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining.
Terms: One-third cash: balance in equal instalments
at one and two years, mites to b ar interest |?vablc
fu-mi-aiinually, and to l?o secured by deed of trust, or
all cash at option of purchaser. Conveyancing, Ac." at
purchaser's cost. A deposit of $100 required at sale
Terms to lx' complied with in seven davs, otherwise the
Trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost
if the defaulting purchaser afier live days' public
notice of such resale iu some newspaper published in
W ashington, D. C.
james f. kine3, > ,
auSO-eodAdlwAda william DICKs6n. { Tmstecg.
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
j ^uok at low fares.
NORFOLK AND FORTRESS MONROR
FIRST-CLASS T ARE, $1. roi ND TRIP. $1.50.
The Elegant Steamers LAKE and MOSELEY leave
Fixth str?- t wliait MuND.YV. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY.
at j rao p.Ui , and sAl UliDAV, at (i l>. m. Rituruimr
MONDAY Morning.
Passat and rooni^ secured nt B. and O. ticket office,
14th street and Pa. ave.: C?eneral office. Sixth street
wharf; Telephone call 731 -S.
POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS,
steamer THOMPSON MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, 7 a. iu. ?Fare 2.0c. au29
; ^'1 EAMJLR MATTANO LEAVES SEVENTH-STREET
! W harf every SUN DAY. 1 UESDAY and THURSDAY
; at 7 o'clock a.:n. for MattoxCretk. returning on Mon1
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, stopping at intermetliate
i landings going and leturnmg. Also, touches at Grinder's
wharf Sundays and Tuesda- sdown and Wednes,
days up, and Chain 1 point and Brent's wharf Thursdays
down and Mondays and Wednesdays up. Kr- iglits received
dally U. T. Jt'NEs. Agent,
j Jy22 7th street wharf.
I CTEAMER T. V. ARI'.OWSMITH.
; FROM 7tu-strf>:t WHARF.
On Mondavs, 7 a. m.. for Nonjm and intermediate
land tegs, retiming Tuesday*.
On Thursdays. 7 a m.. Icr Ctinloman, ijomini, 8t
Clement's Bay, and u,termedikte iniiauiys, returning
FtidayB.
On Saturdays. 4 :10 p. in., for Currioman, Nomini, and
h.t< nuediate lanihngs. leturnmg Sunday evening.
On V\ edue.T?lay?, 8:30 a. m., sjt-cal Exc ursion to Co
loiiial lleacli and return.
N. P.?Land at all summer resorts csvh trip.
JOHN B. PADGETT, Ajfcnt,
J>15 C. W. RIDLEY. ManagJK
TO NORFOLK. FORTRESS MONROE AND THE
SOU TIL
POTOMAC STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S popular
steamer CitoRGE LEARY leaves 7th street wharf on
Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:30; Saturdays at C p. in.
btops at Piney Point and Cornfield Harbor going and
n tu ninv.
bATURDAY NIGHT STEAMER RETURNS MONDAY
MORNING.
ExcIurIvo connections with tlie Boston anil Providence
steamers. Connei?ts also with New York and Richmond
steamers. Norfolk aud Western, Seaboard
and Roanoke, Ocean \ lew and Virginia Beach
railroads.
Passage ana room can he secured at Baltimore and
Ohio ticket office, 14th street and Pennsylvania
avenue; at St. Marc hotel. Polkinhom's, next to
city K'St office, office of Knox's express. Cth street and
Pennsylvania avenue, and at company's office, 7th
atreet wharf.
Knox's express will call for and check ba^giitfe from
hotels and private residences.
Freight received dailv until 5p. m.
_Jyl0 WILLIAM P. Wt.LCH, General Agent
J>0T0MAC TRANSPORTATION UNE.
The Steamer SUE, Capt. W. C. Geoghenn, wITl resuma
rer trtps to Baltimore and River I endings, SUNDAY,
klarch S)th. leaving Stephenson's wharf at 4 p.m.; leav*
tt-gBaltimore for W'a*him,'toa every FRIDAY at5p.iik
Freight received until 0 p.m. Saturdays OMLZ.
Ail River freight must Vie prepaid.
Passenger accommodation unequalled.
Apply ta bliO'UENSON A BHO., AemH.
mh3-6m 7th street wharf.
J^T. VERNON! MT. VERNON!!
STEAMER wTw. CORCORAN
vttVC! *h,u'f Uail>' (except Sunday) for Mt
tc "about i 30 p mT *~Ui'' n)turnui?f' reaches Waaiaogoau
L L. BLAKE, Captain.
IMPORTER OF FRENCH WINES. COGNAC, CHAM..
v PAGNES AND COhDIALS.
French Clarets, $37>, (4 and $4-50 |*r doaen.
Amerlcu Native inew. Brandies and Champcraes.
Caiiiuniiji. Vnpnia an?! Ohio, lour bottlea for
a # 1CTOH li LX, 1747 lN-nii*?ylvaiii/i aveuue.
Agwita ior tir?t-ciaas Ut u^.h, Bordeaux, Buriruuur,
Vina <k tout Hortoa eu caim.
A TOUCHING INCIDENT.
A Young Girl's Denentta-Kow It was
Occasioned?Some New and Startling
Truths.
The 8t. Louis express, on the Sew York Central road,
wascrowied one evening recently, when at on* of the
way stations, an elderly gentleman, accompanied by a
young lad}-, entered the can, and finally secured a seat.
As the conductor approached the pair, the young lady
arose, and in a pleading voice said:
"Please, sir, don't let him carry me to the asylum. I
am not crazy; I am a little tired, but not mad. Oh! no
indeed. Won't you please have paps take me back
home?"
The conductor, accustomed though he was to all
phases of humanity, looked with astonishment at the
pair, as did the other passengers in their vicinity. A
few words from the father, however, sufficed, and the
conductor passi d on while the young lady turned her
face to the window. The writer chanced to be seated
just behind the old gentleman, and could not forego the
desire to speak to him. With a sad face and a trembling
voice, the fathar a^id:
"My daughter has been attending the seminary in a
distant town and was succeeding remarkably. Her natural
qualKies, together with a gr?at ambition, placed
her in the front ranks of the school, but she studied too
closely, was not careful of her health, and her poor brain
has been turned. I am taking her to a private asylum
where we hope she will soon be better."
At the next station the oltl man and his daughter left
the cars, but the incident so sugireative of Shakspeare's
Orhelia awakened strange thoughts In the mind of the
writer. It is an absolute fact that while the population
of America increased thirty per cent during the decade
between 1870 and 1880, the insanity increase was over
one hundred and thirtu-.rice per cent .'or the same period.
Travelers by rail, by boat, or in carriages in any part of
the land see large and elaborate buildings, and inquire
wliat they are.
Insane asylums!
Who builds them?
Each state; every county; hundreds of private Individuals,
and In all cases their capacity is taxed to the utmost.
Why?
Because men, in business and the professions, women,
at home or in society, and children at school overtax
their mental and nervous forces bir work, worry and
care. This brings about nervous disorders, indigestion,
and eventually mania.
It is not always trouble with the head that causes insanity.
It far oftener arises from evils in other parts of
the body. The nervous system determines the status
of the brain. Any one who has jferiodic headaches; occasional
dizziness; a dimness of vision; a ringing In the
ears; a feverish head; frequent nausea or a sinking at
the pit of the stomach, should take warning at once.
The stomach and head are in direct sympathy and u
one be impaired the other can never be in order. Acute
dyspeptia causes more insane suicides than any other
known agency, and the man, woman or child whose
stomach is deranged is not and cannot be safe from the
coming on at any moment of mania in some one of
its many terrible forms.
The value of moderation and the Imperative necessity
of care in keeping the stomach right must therefore--be
clear to all. The least appearance of indigiatiou, cfr
mal assimilation of food should be watched as carefully
as the hfst approach of an Invading army. Many means
have been advocated for meeting such attacks, but all
have heretofore been more or leas defective. There can
belittle doubt, however, that for tLe purpose of regulating
the stomach, toning it up to proper action, keeping
its nerves in a normal condition and purifying the
blood. Warner's Tippccano The Best, excels all ancient
or recent disc overies. It is absolutely pure and vegetable;
it is certain to add vigor to adults, while it cannot
by any possibility Injure even a child. The fact
that it was used in the days of the famous Harrison
family is proof i>ositivc of its merit, as it has so thoroughly
withstood the test of time. Ab a tonic and rovivitier
it is simply wonderful. It has relieved the
aifoiiy of the stomach in thousands of cases; soothed
the ticed nerves; produced peaceful sleep, aud averted
the coming on of a mania inofo to be dreaded than
death itself. It
Silk ~VEKsua Silk Plated.
The latter, often sold for pure silk, has atbick film of
silk spun around a cotton thread. The cheat is soon detected
in actual wear. When a man wants a pure silk,
he wants it right bad, and usually doesn't know where
or how to get it. About a year ago. I had an order for
three silk shirts, and after spending about two dollars
in postage and telegrams, finally succeeded in purchasing
thi' article I wanted from a New York house.
I contracted to furnish them for twenty dollars a garment.
and I had to pay $19.80, which, added to expenses,
netted a loss. Some physicians recommend them as
beneficial in rheumatism. Those who believe In that
sort of prescription are informed that I can furnish the
best quality pure Silk Shirts and Drawers, any size, of
American man ufacflire, equal to the best British, and
for about twenty per cent less in price. The price derends
upon size, as it does in all fine underwear. I have
been selling underwear made by the American Hosiery
Co. fi>r many years with universal satisfaction?Undershirts,
Drawers and Half Hose;
H E N N I N G,
CLOTHIER.
rtu26 410 SrVKTTTH btbktt.
Great And Positive Clearing
BALE.
Out entire stock of
ladies'. misses' and children's. slid men's and
boys' summer SHOES
At actual cost for the balance of the season. All those
in need of Low blioes should certainly not miss this opportunity
as some wonderful Bargains can bo had.
W e have about 500 pairs
ladies* fine kid button rhoe9
that l ave never been soldfor less than]$3. They ara
going now at $2 a pair.
All of MF.X'S FIXE SHOES that have been sold for
15 and $0 are now selling at $3.50 and $4.
Don't miss this great opportunity, as you will save
mom# by doing so at the Reliable Shoe Stores of
sinbheimer* bros.
Jy7 808 7th and 3151 M street*.
jjest ix the world!
UPPER TEN
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W W W W H H II g b K K Y y
WW WW HUH II ?SS<i KJi YY
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your grocer.
H. & H. W.~CATHEBWOOD.
PHILADELPHIA.
my24-3m
Special Notice.
i respectfully call the attention of
architects and those contemplating
building to my stock of first-class
heating apparatus. and would particularly
call your attention to the
wrought iron furnaces from the wellknown
factory of reynolds & son. which
i consider as good if not superior to
steam heating at one hundred per cent
cheaper in cost. would also call your
attention to the well-known fireplace
heaters, from the factory of james
spear. for heating two or more booms
a hove. for economy and heating quality
they have no equal. these heaters and
furnaces are being u8ed extensively in
some of the finest houses in the city,
which we take great pleasure in rhferiliku
to. a call is solicited and estimates
promptly furnished.
WALTER D. WYVILL, Exclusive Agent,
ap20 No. 453 PA AVE. NEAR STREET.
^ oah walker & CO.. (jlothing
CSt Pennsylvania FOR HOT WEATHER.
noah walker k co.
CS( Pennsylvania At*
NOAH WALKER & CO.. At homo, mountain top,
seaside or buy. Nuns* Cloth,
lit Pennsylvania Ava, Serge. Seersucker, AlpactL
Caasimere, Flannel and
NOAH WALKER fc 00. Drap d'etaSults.
Jtxtra long Drap d'eta and
paca Sacks. Traveling
Coats in Linen. Alpaca and
SOAH WALKER &C0u Pongee.
White Duck. Alpaca and
C26 Pennsylvania Av* Drap d'eta Vests.
Children's Sailor and NarKOAH
WALKER & CO* lolk Suits.
Shuts, White and Colored.
Ci? Pennsylvania Ara. Neck wear in all new shapes.
Light Underwear, Gloves.
NOAH WALKER * CO* kit.. Ac., at .very reduced
vrice* loc tiwth
t if Pennsylvania Ar*
KOAH WALKER & co.
CSJ Pennsylvania Ar*. _
noah walkeb & ocx.
KOAH WALKER & CO.
C26 PennsylvaniaAva. Je24 63S Pennsylvania Aw
ClL RuPPERT,
Kos. 403 AND 400 7th STREET NORTH WE8T.
Headquarters for the
WHITNEY CHILDREN'S CARRIAGE COMPANY
Also,
A full line of Lawn Tennis Seta, Tennis Backets^ftoquet
different styles. Bicycle* Tricrctefc Velocipedes,
w agona, Ac.
Received, a large assortment of Tra?Mng and Lunch
Baskets. Children's Carriages at coat, to make roomful
fall stock. fr*
rTdODD'S NERVINE No. 3L-A PERMANENT
Cure ;or Nervous ami Physical Debility, Im ol
Vitality caused by indiscretion, excesses, *a
sold ?t sTANuIFOuD'S St. cloud Pharmacy, oornei
9th and F streets. Price $1. ? . ,
1 bent by mail sealed. aua?-tu,M
4
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2d Edition.
Latest 'felens to Tie Star.
THIRTY I.IVES LOST.
Frightful Steamboat Disaster.
Au Mst 29-?A special from Evans3?rd^.w
.8aj s: Xa0 transfer steamer Belmout,
running, between Evaasvuie and Henderson, h.m
just been sunk and 30 lives were lost.
YELLOW FEVER 1.1 NEW YORK.
^ Fatal Case at the Sew York Hospital.
New York, August 29.?A fatal case of yellow
ST J11-? been reported at the New York hospital
lhe victim Is a stranger, entirely unknown In uus
city, who was picked up unconscious in the street
on Wednesday morning and was taken to the
Chambers street hospital. Thence he was transferred
to the New York hospital, where he was pronounced
to be In the last stages of yellow lever.
That evening he died, without having recovered
consciousness. Nothing was found upon his person
to indicate his identity, or to give a clue as to where
he had come from. The report of the death was
sent to sanitary headquarters yesterday, and the
body was at once taken to the Blackwell's Island
dead-uouse. EfTorts to learn who the dead man
wasproved unsuccessfuL His dress leads to the
belief that he is a sailor. An autopsy was made today
and the body was burled.
Steamer Astiore.
New York, August 29.?The steamer Counsel? -?r,
which arrived to-day from Beliz, reports: In coin!. r
out from that port saw steamer Loch Tay (Br.i,
Rose, ashore on Turaefe, near Manger Cay, lying
nearly broadside to the reef in a bud position, head
about northwest by north. Many boats were anchored
a short distance from Tier, but none were
alongside.
A Big Parade off Firemen.
l tic a, August 29,?over 100 firemen's organizations
And thirty-five bands win be Hi the grand
parade of the state Firemen's association to-day.
lhe prize drill contest resulted in tht! Palmyra
steamer company t aking the first prize. There has
been a heavy rain all the morning. It Is estimated
that from 40,000 to 60,OtW visitors are in the city.
Cutting Pastenger Rates.
NKW York, August aO.-Tlckets to Chicago and
points west are selling to-day much below the regular
rates. Th? rate by the New York central to
Chicago, excepting by one train, Is ?20; by the West
Shore and the Erie it is $lts.50. The Central to-day
ls allowing Its agents a rebate of 20 per cent, which
allows tickets to be sold as low as #io. This cut
has been met by the West Shore, whose agents are
selling tickets as low as #14.
Ocean Grove Camp ITIeetlng.
the closing services to-day. i
on?!?i!lfGiROT?' J*' Au^uat 29.?The several
morulag meetings were well attended to-day,
J ot 11,0 <freat camp meeting
here, lhe closing service opened afthe auditorium
at 9 o'clock aud lasted till noon. The vast structure
was crowded to Its utmost capacity, andnearly
3.000 persons stood outside and listened to tin? sIultlUe
?w wom* the>' wre able to catch now
tm? ^ y ??? i^rgymen were seated ou
the platform. Rev. Dr. K H. Stokes, the president
(,rove camp meeting, presided at the
several hundred persons attested
The closing service was the
of tlie ^r^'3 supper. The altar was
crowded for over two hours by those who partook
veF "AP"?8lve meeting, and, although it
began to rain heavily, those who stood on the edge
of the crowd outside held their ground until Dr
aiiQOunced the close of the meeting.
i.J .la8l. ceremony was the foimation of ion?
lines of individuals, who passed up to the preaclN
I ^ HljLOO't Hands With Dr. Stokes and Ills
I ?k,?uw pilnlsters, smging hyiiius as they marched.
Thus closed one of the most remarkable religious
gatherings ever seen ui this country.
Latest Foreign News by Cable.
the channel fleet at dublin.
Dubun, August 29.?The Duke of Edinburgh, with
the channel fleet. Is visiting Dubdn harbor. This
h;w caused a great stir among the people, and Hie
duke has been well received. Thousands or persons
nock to Kingstown to visit the licet, and th* even- 1
lngsare made brilliant with balls, and fireworks
and illuminations of the war ships. Tne Frmnan's
Jouitial remarks that such occurrences as this indicate
how loyal the Irish people might be if they
were only accorded their Just rights.
french coal depot on the coast of india.
Paris, August 39,?The French ilre establishing a
coal depot at Pondiclierry, on the southeast coast
01 India.
cholera ahoard ship.
London, August 29.?The steamer Esporanza,
from Marseilles, has arrived at Cardiff with two
cases of cholera on board, and has been detained at I
quarantine. I
tne foreign settlement undisturbed.
ijondon, August 29.?The Times' correspondent
, at t oo Chow telegraphs as follows: "The foreign
, settlement Is quiet. In the city the natives seem
friendly."
The Julia Baker in Philadelphia.
arrest ok one ok cal't. lewis' chew.
PniLADtLrniA, Pa., August 29.?At an early hour
this morning ihe schooner Julia isaker was moored
alongside ui Warner & Merrill's wharf, and no
sooner iiad she b^en made fast than two New York
detectives aud one or two others in government emw*-Ut
aboard and took forcible possession of
iheodore Kralson, the Norwegian boy who was
or <. apt. Lewis' last crew and tne onlvoneoftlie
crew not detained at Key West. The boy says he
did not know the captain was dead, as he was off
watch at the time. The lirst he heard of the affair
was when he went for'ard to get something to .-at.
. ^'a.t.ch w?9 lken carrying the captain's body
out of the cablh.
?en. Butler's Reception at Harriisbur?.
Harhisbukg, Pa.. AUgust 29.?Gen. B. V. Butler
arrived her*- tids morning on his wav to William's
Grove, where he will speak this afternoon, lie w,.s
engaged the entire morning in the receiving of citizens
at the l nited Slates hoteL The crowd there
was very large.
Rliinelander's Sanity.
experts who believe uiji to he ok sound men-'
TAL CONDITION.
New York, August 29.?When the commission examining
the sanity of Win. c. Hhinelander resumed
'ts sessiou to-day, Dr. James A. Milne, of Oswego,
, * v u'as called an expert. He testified that
he had examined Klilnelander. and believed
him to be sane and rational. IJ?* was not suffering
from paresis or melancholia, and was competent
to plead to the indictment against hlin. Dr. Win..
E. Kennedy and Dr. Samuel Henrlckson gave slnu
lar testimony. The lattvr said he had lived in the
same boarding house as Khlnelamler: was acquainted
with him, and always regarded him as a
sane man.
Natal Examining Boards.?A naval examining
board has been appointed to meet at the navy yard,
Washington, to-day, to examine Assistant Paymaster
John Corwlne, for promotion. The board is
composed or Pay IusDector A. J. Pritchard and
Paymasters G. H. Gritting and J. K. Cannody, with
Passed Assistant Paymaster c. M. Uav as recorder.
A medical board, composed of medical Inspector N
I- Bates and Surgeons c. II. White and Daniel
McMurtrle, has been appointed to examine the
same officer.
Must be Discontinued.?The commissioner of the
General Land ofllce has Issued a circular declaring
that the practice which prevails at many of the
local offices of publishing notlees of the right of
appeal in contested cases must be discontinued, as
the same is not authorized bv anv law or any regulation
of the department, and entails a need leas
expense on the contestant.
Dysentery and Not Cholera.?The surgeon
general of the marine hospital service has received
a letter from the secretary of the state board of
health of Iowa, saying that the health omcer at
Canton has reported that the disease recently prevalent
there was dysentery and nothing more, and
that the person who originated the reports of the
existence of cholera was misinformed as to the
facts. The only contagious disease in that neighborhood
is the whooping cough, of which there has
been a number of cases.
To bb Examined by Physicians.?District AttorneyWorthingion
has instructed the warden of
the Jail to have Drs. Godding and McWllllams examine
into the mental condition of Patrick Feehan,
the printer who assaulted two of his fellowworkmen
about a week ago. If he is round to be
Insane, the case against him will be dismissed. He
was to be tried to-day. but as there has been no
report made in the case, the trial was continued
indefinitely.
An Alleged Fraudulent Sal*.?A warrant,
charging Mr. s. Humphrey Brooke with obtaining
1125 from Mr. Frank Aldrlch under false pretences,
was Issued by Justice Itutiedge Wilson yesterday.
The affidavit of Mr. Aldrlch recites that Brooke
represented to him that he was part owner of certain
type, tools and Implements used in connection
with the Washington Times, and he (Aldrlch) bargained
for the purchase of the same, and up to the
26tfi of June had paid to the said Brooke the sum
Of $125. Afterwards he ascertained t hat the property
described did not belong to Brooke, and hence
the charge is brought; The warrant was served on
1 f I"00*(-'by Detective Cox, and Brooke was charged
in the Police Court this morning with obtaining
money under false pretences. The case was set for
trial next Thursday. Bonds 1800.
He Gate up t*b Case.?Henry Cllnger, a white
man, was charged in the Police Court this morning
with keeping a dangerous dog. Rosetta Wells, colored,
testified that ihe dog bit her on the ankle.
Rosetta wanted to show the judge the wound, but
he declined. Mr. Chas. Walter, who appeared for
the defendant, was anxious, however, that all the
testimony fn the case should be submitted, but
after the witness exhibited her ankle, gave up the
case. The man was fined $10, but Judgment was
1 suspended and he wan given time to kill the dog.
Wau Filed To-day.?The will ol the late James
w. Reddick was filed to-day. He leaves tils homestead
on Boundary, near 16th, and the adjacent
house to his wife; to his adopted son, J. vV. jr., he
leaves west half lot 56, square 809, and the rest of
his estate share and share alike to ids wife and son.
The will of the late Joseph Wasney was also filed
to-day. He leaves his estate to his wife during life,
at her death to be divided between his seven
children.
A Petition bob the Appointment or an Administhatoh.?In
the matter of the estate of Jacob E.
, Reghenaur, Mr. c. C. Duncanson, cLflmtng to be
the largest creditor, has Wed a petition asking the
appointment of H. J. schultels as administrator,
r , to valued at r.ooo, and it is stated he
leaves kindred in Baden, Germany, but none in the
, Jurisdiction of the court, and for fourteen years
Mr. Schultda has been bis most '"Mmfltit personal
mend.
JVahone a? an ?Anittant Pfwnrt."
KZrrBLlCAN MANAO*RS ItlSdt'HTKD AT THK TROSTECT
OF LW1NU ALL TRK1K roWtl IN V JKulNl A.
The republican managers are very much concerned
about the condition of affairs In Virginia.
Mahone's curious attitude towards the stralgbtout
republicans, and his Imperious arrogation of all
power to hlmse.'f, not only practically assures the
electoral vote of the state to the democrats, but
endangers several congressional districts which
would otherwise tro republican. Not satisfied with
timing the st touts from their own party organ1
ration, he has, by his lmoerlousness, dlsgustc-a his
own followere, Ue txna refused to allow the real
republicans or the state the least representation in
, the political organisation, and has nomlnateO tor
Oneress twelve of his own men, who have all b <en
democrats, and most of them ex-confederates* thus
causing a disruption of the party and loss of nearly
all republican influence In the state. The republican
managers \> ho have assisted him and pave
him control of the situation bysnubblngthe straightouts
and recognizing only his delegates at Chicago,
are disgusted with the outcome, and have very
little hopes for the state. Neither Cameron nor
Hlddleberger win have anything more to do with
the little boss, and even John ?. Wise is disheartened.
Cameron has offered to bet two to one that
If a Mahonlte Is nominated at Norfolk he will be
defeated.
Our Trade with China.
THE War OONnrciNQ TO THE INCREASE OF AYIBICAN
COMMKRCE?CHINESE VESSELS VKDER THK AMERICAN
FLAO.
The Franco-Clilnese war is being discussed in
commercial circles, and it Is the general impression
that It win have a great effect upon American commerce.
A government official, in a position to receive
accurate information on the subject, gives it
as his opinion that the war will result greatly to
the commercial -advantage of America. Latest
Information indicates that the Chinese coasting
vessels, of which there is a large licet, will lie 1 haus,'erred
'under ships' letters and sailed under the
A merican flag, l u the fifteen treaty ports of china
there are about AH) foreign business Anns and
quite a larce number or rurelgn residents, among
them many Americans. The foreign export ana
lnn?ort trade of the treaty ports for January, 1383,
amounted to $110,000,000, or 17.000.000 tons, of which
40 per cent or t^e coasting trade Is held by the
Chinese. Besides this the English, since 1882, have
lost al>out 44 per cent of their trade In cotton goods
with China, all of which has come to American
merchant*. It Is believed, also, that most of the
French and Chinese trade during the war will come
to America, and the lau-st reports show that the
Chinese have made large contracts with American
manufacturers.
District Government Affairs*
BUILDINGS FOCNP UNSAFE.
Building Ispector Entwisle has called the attention
ol the agent for the Baltimore and ohlo railroad
to the condition of the northwest corner of
the building leased and occupied by that company
at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue au<J 14th
street. Ue Unite that this portion of the house has
berti damaged by removing a portion of the brick
wall.
XI r. J. B. rorter, agents has been notified of the
condition of the houses >'os. 904, 906, 908 and 910 E
street north went, the south and rear walls of which,
the inspector says, lean so far from a perpendicular
as to endanger the lives of the occupants.
A REPUBLICAN BANNER.
Mr. E. W. Whltaker. chairman executive republican
committee of tlie District, to-day obtained
jx-rmlvslonto hang a banner across Pennsylvania
ivcnue, between 14th and 15th streets, opposite No.
1400, the headquarters.
UKLINQCRNT TAVPAYER3.
The tax list publication is being prepared by
the District collector, and will be issued the middle
or next week. Taxpayers can save some penalty
and costs by paying arrears of tax before Its publication.
A Chii.d in Dispcte.?A woman, named Mary
Anderson, employed in Dexter's laundry, called at
the tlrst precinct station last evening for au ufliuer
to jj?> with her to the residence of Mrs. Scott, ou <J
street southwest, to get possession oI her child.
?S!io was advised that she would have to apply to
the civil courts. The child was given to Mrs. Scott
about a year and a half ago, and lias lived with her
ever since, ajid. until recently, it appears tlie child's
mother was satisfied, but for some reason or oth?. r
she applied lor its return. Last Wedn?nday, while
Mary was on an excursion, the baby, with its
clot lies, was left at the laundry, but when Mr. Scott
came home he sent his wire to get the ohlld again.
.Mr. Scott has become so attached to the child that
he reiuses to part with It, and. In order to keep it,
makes a claim or $130 for Its board. The case has
been settled by allowing the Sooita to keep the
child.
A Mas Wno Claims That IIe Can Phodcck
Howuate.?since capt. H. W. How-gate left here
two years ago to escape .prosecutlou for embezzlement
as au ofllcer of the L ulled States slgual service,
arter making his escape from the custody of
i he marshal, there have been frequent inquiries by
detectives as to the amount oi reward offered for
his recapture, lieceutly a detective came here
with the Information that he knew llowgaie's
.whereabouts and could produce him If there was
money enough offered. He, however, could not
find that any rew ard could be paid. This information
was to the eITeel liiat Howgate has since last
spring beea in southern Maryland.
A CiM Kcii Incorporated.?The I'nion Wesley A.
M. li. Z?i>n, lormerij the second Colored Wesleyau
church, lias put on record a certificate of lncorpor- |
at:on and the lectionof the following trustees:
iuvid Banks, Andrew c. Johnson, Charles Chase,
W ilUaia liluson. Mies Simons, John Jackson, John
V. atkins, Albert Mnlth and John 1L Mason.
KAN';?. OF THE TnER.MOMF.TER.?The following
were the readings at the ofllce of the chief signal
officer to-day: 7 a.in., 74.0; 11 a.HL, 73.0; 2 p.BL, sd.6.
Maximum, sat>; minlmmn, 73.3.
Injured bv Falling Bricks.?About 2:20o'clock
this afternoon Mr. John Powell, a carpenter, living
in Alexandria, while at work on the Pension building,
was caught by bricks falling from an archway,
and hfUl his legs badly bruised. He was removed to
his home, In Alexandria.
FIXOCUL -*>!> IWniERCIAL.
Tbe !\>w York -Stock TTarkeh
Tl.p following are the opening and 3 p? in. prices
cf the New York stoci Market to-day, as reported
by special wire to II. H. Dodge, 539 I5tu street
Same. ! O. '3p.m; frame. | O. :8p.m
can. Pac. ! 44? ? N. j. cent I 60'^! 61
Can. Sou 35 34N. Y. Cent 1U31* 103^
Cent, l'oc I 3i?V SH'. N.Y.C.A SLL.. C1, ti
dies. & olilo.J 7'4 8 Do. pref I 11** 12
l>a 1st pre!.. 14^ 14J* Nor. <? west, p.' 2b
l>a 2d pref... y,v. 'North Pac 21 I 21
C. B. & 120 120*; l>a pref 49',! 49 S
c. c. c. & i ' 11 ' ll Northwest. 99*,
CoLCoaL I 10*4 10*,. Da pre! 133
DeL& Hud ! 97 97 Ohio Jt MlSi... 22?
1>., L. & W lots-* iot5Jj uregon Trans.. IB* 16 v
Den. ? K. g... l2-? 12', onuoi West... 12 ux
E. T., V'a. &03. 5)?j 514 Pac. Mall 48^ 49
E.T.,V.?Ua.p.i ?V BJ^iPeo. D. A E.... 14 V, 14
Erie 15'# 15 \ Heading 26 27
l)a 2ds 60* 61 Bock id IIS** 114W
111. Cent 124 134 !Hoc1l*P. 4*
1.B.&W 15 115 St. Paul K2J?
L. E. & W 12^ ! Do. pref Ilio 109^
Lake Shore.... sov St.P. ?Omaha 32
Lou. & Nash... 32 " 32 1 Da pref #5
Mich.Cent 67 1 'St. P., M. ? M.. ?4 94*
M. K. & T 1SV 18VTexas Pac 12 1<W
Minn. ? St. L.. 14'^ 14v. I'nion Pac 4J,4 47]*
Do. pref 30)4 iVVab. Pac 6 6
Mo. Pac 9l\, 91 j Da pref 14? 14V
Mou. &.<Jhi0 Wesutuioa... Wfc, 63*
Naah. a;chat.. 40 J
A Weak Stock TOarket.
THE RESULT OF BEAR TALE IN WALL STREET.
New Yore, August 29.?The Post says: The stock
market was weak this forenoon, and after two
downward turns in the first hour, from which there
were partial recoveries in both cases it experienced
a more decided decline In the second hour, and at
12 o'clock the principal active stocks were from #
to 2 per cent lower than at the close'last night, the
greatest activity and weakness being In Union
Pacific, which was 2 per cent lower; Lackawanna,
1 *s; Western Union, 1?,; St Paul, 1 per cent; Northwestern,
1 v There was really nothing new In the
general situation, and the cause of the fourth decline
this forenoon was merely the bear arguments,
which have been common talk tor a week post
The railroad bond market was weak and lower on
a moderate volume of business.
Tlie Baltimore Sftarketa*
BALTIMORE, August 29 ?Virginia sixes, past-due
coupon*. 30: new tea-forties, 32; Virginia new threes,
62.\j bid to-day.
BALTIMORE, Mp? Amm?t 29 ?Cotton dull?middling,
10V Flour steady and quiet?Howard street and
weft. ru cuper, 2.37a2.75; do. extra, 3.00a3.7d: do. family,
4.0"a5 ou; city mills super, 2.50*3.00; do. extra,
:i.t2a3.75; do. Rio brands, 4.75*4.87; Pstapeoo family,
6.75; do. superlative patent. C.25. Wheat?southern
steady; western easier and quiet; southern red. 90a91;
do. amU r, 93a96: No. 1 Maryland. 94?94M: No. 2 western
wil ter red. spot. 88V??88Hr AukusCsSH bid; September.
88ij?8i5\; October, November, 91a
91^. Corn?southern nominally OiiujM; western no
oili'ring and no bid; southern white, CSa70; do. yellow,
C3aG*. Oats firm and quiet?southern, 30&35. western 1
white, aia35; do. mixed, S0a32; Pennaylvania. 30*34.
ltye dull aud easier, 66a5tl Hay quiet?prime to cboM
Pennsylvania and Maryland. 13.u0al6.00. Pro vis tons
<tuiet and ticui. Mess pork, 19.25. Bulk meats?shoulders
aud iclear rib sides, pack I'd. t<all>*. Bacon?shoulders,
8*4; clear rib sides, l'JV Hams, 16>tal6)^. Lard?
rehned, UJ?. Butter oteady?western, packed, ball;
creamery, 16a22. Etfgs firm. 17. Petroleum nominally
steady?refined. 7'4aTJ?. Coffee higher?Rio cargoes,
ordinary to fur, 9\aki??. Bunr steady?A soft, ;
coi>i>er refined quiet, 13. Whisky steady. 1.IS. Freiirnts
to Liverpool per steamer dull and lower?cotton,Jka&d.;
flour. Is.; gram, 3d. asked. Receipts?floor. 3.024 barrels:
wheat, 140,000 bushels; corn, 5,000 bushels; oats,
7,500 bushels; rye, 400 bushels. Bhipmeuts?wheat,
282,000 bushels; corn, 500 bushels. Bslns wheat, 42H.00U
buaheis; corn, 1.000 bushels.
The Chicafo .Varketa
CHICAGO, III., August 29.?Weather li dear and
cool. On 'Change, at 11:15 a. xu. wheat was ^?a3tc. lower,
corn Ha$?c. lower, oatsj^ higher. Pork unchanged. Lard
2%c. lower.
CHICAGO. Ill, An trust 29. 1 p. m.?Closing prices:
Wlieat?September, 79*%; October, 81HaUk; November,
83',; December. 34H bai. Com?August, I2>.. nominal;
September. 51J?: October, 50l<; November, ilh; year,
42'.: May.431,. Oats?August, 26,V. 8eptember,26^a36k;
October. 26H -. year, 23: May. 30. Pork?August, 27.50,
nomiual: September, 18.00, October. 18.00; year, 12.50.
Lard?August, 7.4234, nominal; lieptember, 7.42>i; October,
7.55; November, 7.50 bid; January, 7.60.
The Petroleum Market.
AtTSBURO. Pa., August 29.?Trading in o0 active
this morning, and prices steady. The market opened
at 923*. declined to JlH and at 1 oVlock was 91%.
Secbb tart Folgxb Gettiko Brrna.?Mr. Coon,
the Ac ting Secretary of the Treasury, was Informed
to-uay thai the health of Secretary fblger
is grad ually Improving.
A car, containing nearly two tons of rack, feQ
down the reservoir shaft of the water works extension
yer terday, one of the hoisting ropes having
broken. Fortunately, no one was injured.
The Sad Fate of the Trtaperaaee Cms
IMsta
From the Galveston Dally News.
St. Joh n will do his treating at the town pomp?
ftnd 01 course get lefU
The Car Siakln M the Capitol.
tbi fecuktep imphoveiikxts iit toe WisHlXGTO*
iMD GIORUtTO** KAH'KOAD COWAN Y.
MWe propose to spent! about fiOU.<W there In Improvements,"
saM President llurtjot the WashingTon
and Georgetown railroad company, to-day. in
reference to the projected new stables and cai
house southwest ol the Capitol grounds, "and 11
there Is anyone who owns property in that square
who thinks they will be damaged, wo will buy thelt
ground at Its assessed value. No, sir: our building?
win be a great Improvement there, and w hen they
are completed the lots on Delaware avenue, on the
opposite side ol the square, will be enhanced in
value 100 per cent. When th<? public understand;
what we intend to do there will be:nt? complaint.'
The railroad company has bought 50,tH> teet 01
ground In the square at the southeast i-orner of tin
Capitol grounds, south of B and east of 1st stn-el
west. The traot purchased by the company includes
lots 5. 6. ?. 8s v and 11. Five of these loll
front on i^t street, having a frontage of iU7 feet,
and one has a frontage of 60 feet on U street. The
corner lot Is now occupied by a dwelling, which Is
the only brick structure on the square. The 1ot?
bought by the company extend hack to a &T T -?t
alley which, as marked on the plat books >n fk'-s
three sides of a quadrangle In the oeuter of t he
square. An alley15 feet wide extends from till?
alley through the land bought by the company to
lat street. It is proposed to close this alle\ and
open a 30-foot alley further south. The plans for
the new buildings which have been devised entirely
by Mr. Hurt, contemplate the construction of a
stable In the central porttor. ">i *he square on the
large alley, the erection of eighties dwelling hous s
on the 1st street trout of their p oerty. and of
an office building and dwelling en i street. The
stable, Mr. Hurt says, win be i?i leet from tl?*
street, and, when the square is built up. entirely
concealed from view. The row of eighteen dwelling
houses on 1st street an- Intended for the emploj es
of the company. They win be each two stories In
height, with cellars and pressed brick front, aud
contain Ave rooms. The building on B street will
have a frontage of sixty feet and be two stories
high. There will be two large entrance* here
twelve feel wide for cars passing In and out. A
portion of the building will be u.-*xl for an office
and the remainder Is intended as the residence of
the superintendent. The front will be ornamental
and be tintehed off with a handsome cornice. The
car house will be immediately liehlnd this house
and extend back a distance ot nearly ami feet.
It will liave a trussed Iron roof, and not,
be objectionable at all m point of architectural appearance,
though wheu the square Is tilled with
nouses.lt wiU'not be seen from the street. The *t able
Is located 41 the southern end of t h" car hou-e, lfil
feet fromBstwt- Accommodations will !? provided
for *16 horses and V. double cars. "We are
simply abandoning the old ami objectionable
structures, on our old property north or the Capitol,
to occupy Oner butlaingV' *aid Mr. Hurt, "In
other portlous ot the city where we have established
depots other improvements have followed
veryrapluly. At the end of tl^e nth street line,
when we were about to build a stable there, people
objected. There were only n lew old frame bulldliigs
on the sqtiare. After we fiidshed <-ur structure
people begiin to build then, aud we are now
surrounded with handsome dwelling houses."
The contracts for the new buildings are nbw being
given out, aud It Is exacted that they w ill be ready
For occupancy In tile spring. This depot w in add
to the efficiency of the road and enable the management
to keen more cars running, and especially
oj**n cars, besides providing b< iter aceouiiuoOttions
for persons landing at the wharves l^we at
night from the excursion steamers.
"We do not,'" said Mr. Hun, "Intend to give any
one an excuse for walking."
The ground where the stable Is to l*> built has
been us?k1 for a loug'tiine as ? dumping ground by
the street sweefc >rs, an l the company wjfl have to
clear aw ay ^Ighl r ten feet of debris, a portion of
the alley wllThfeAe to be tilled to make the grade
perfect,
The Keason Wliy*
From the K?w York Sun.
14What was your real reason lor selling Maud S.?*'
he was asked.
"Ydu worn, give It away?"
"Certainly not."
'Virtue ver I drove her ou the ror.rl people would
say: 'There goes Maud S.' With any other
horse they say: 'There goes Vanderbllt.' That Is
the reason."
Voodo Dor.twr'n Work,
HE SETS A CROWD OF NEGROES TO WOKE DIGGING
FOR BCRtEH TKKASritES.
A dispatch from Starrsvllle, tia., Augusts, says:
In June ot this year a negro came from Alabama?
Montgomery, he says?to a neighborhood about
nine mUes south of Covington, lie wonted a short
thne as a day laborer on the plantation of John
Dukes. He soon made known to the negroes on the
place and In the neighborhood that he had been directed
to this place by a spirit to nnd seventeen
and a half bushels of gold that had been burled by
a band of robbers about seventy-live vears ago. He
sail the place was on a branch road about luo yards
below the Covington and Montlcello mad, and
about, ten miles from Covington. H*? promised the
owner of the land one-fourth < ! the gold. To negroes
who would assist 1dm he would wive a liberal share.
Alter much praying, many incantations, and much
ceremony he selected the preolae spot for the digging.
He sat near with an ojien Bible, beneath
which several horse shoes were placed and a white
rock laid on the open pages. He neither spoke nor
allowed any one of trie laborers to speak within a
certain distance ot the excavation.
The men are working night and day with great
earnestness. The excavation is about tliteen feet
square and about twenty teet deep. The dirt Is
lilted out with a bucket. The men are not allowed
to chew tobacco or stop work during the time allotted
to the work lest It may cause the bad spirit to
overpower the good spirit under whos* guidance
they are working. This bad spirit has It In his
power to move the gold if at any time ho gains ascendancy
of the good spirit.
The man has Infatuated so many negroes that
there are many standing ready to till the places of
those who are tired. The excavation Is about six
feet through washings from the held: then soft
rock Is Btruek. which continues as aeep as the excavation
has been made. The disintegrated rock
has no appearance of ever having !? < n disturbed.
The faith In the voodoo d<ietor seems to bliud
them to the fact that hud any gold ever been burled
there this rock would show signs of disturbance.
The owner of the land forbade their working longer,
but they entreated him so earnestly that he consented
to let them go deeper. They are willing to go
eighty feet deep If the doctor says so. This i>ortii >n
of Newton county was* settled about sixty-live
years ago. There Is no tradition that money w is
ever buried here, nor that It was ever infested by a
band of robbers. The grandfather of the present
owner of the land settled the lot upon which the
excavation Is being made.
There are ot,her families In the neighborhood who
have Uved there continuously from the tlrst set t lenient
that never heard of money being burled. The
voodoo doctor Is a black negro, with high eheek
bones and retreating lorehead. lie goes barefooted,
aiid w ith his clothes very much worn, lie appears
to be about sixty years of age. lie has never Uvcd
In the county before, so far as Is know u.
Little Rhody's Bio Snakes.?The curious old
salt-water hamlet of yuonocontaug. K. L, Is noted
for Its big black snakes, which grow as long as t laname
of the place, ou the brushy sand roaches
near the ocean. A few days ago, as Horace Wilcox,
73 years old, and a lad, Chas. Greene, were mowing
near a pond, a black suake over seven teet long
sprang out of the rank salt grass and attacked
tuein, colling Itself around the old man's leg. Mr.
Wilcox struck the reptile with his rifle, which was
brokeu Into pieces. The snake dropped, and, making
another spring, wound Itself around the scythe
snathe, and, wlthlts head upllfb'd above the old
man, struck at him. Greene cstne to his companion's
assistance, and with his scythe cut the serpent
In two, but was so seriously cut by Wilcox's
scythe that after the snake had been killed he had
to bo assisted to a surgeon. A few days before,
Greene killed the snake's mate, about eight feet
long. In the same meadow. Martin Main, oiNurm
Stonlngtoa, killed a water-snake on the shore ot
M yassop Lake, recently, 4.H feet long and 15 Inches at
Its greatest circumference. He cut It open and let
loose 52 young snakes that wriggled Into the
grass.
Kaiser William Unhoksep.?The Emperor Will
lam was thrown from his horse yesterday, while*
riding In the park attached to the Imperial palac ?
at Babelsburg. His muscles were slightly st rai ned,
and he will be prevented from taking active exercise
for a few days. The emperor will attend the
maneuvres of the troops In a carriage, Instead of on
horseback, as has been his custom.
Forger Defeated.?An attempt was mad"5
Wednesday to derraud the Long Branch bartking
company out of fl,109 by a forged cheek, purj?oru
lng to be drawn bv David M. Ulldrelh, the pronrie.
tor of the West End hotel at t nat place. The check
was a tac simile of the lithographed checks u.vWI
bv Mr. Hlldreth. The man who presented the
check at the bank waited near the banking house
until all the employes, except two, had gone to dinner.
The clerk refused to cash it until ne had consulted
Mr. Hlldreth over the telephone. "Why,"
said the stranger, "the check Is all right; you sec
that Mr. Hlldreth has Indorsed my signature on the
back as correct." The clerk called Mr. lllldretb
over the telephone, when the stranger at once left
and started for the depot. Mr. Ulldreth pronounced
the check a forgery. The detective of the West
End hoteL with young Mr. Hlldreth, foHowed tne
swindler to the depot, but could not find him.
A New Gold Field Focnd.?a Poplar river (Montana^
special says: "A report comes, well authenticated,
that gold has been'found hi large quantles,
In quartz and nuggets. In the Little Kockie*, neat
Kocky Point, from where lumber Is being hauled t<j
build sluice boxes. Nuggets of the value of 12.50
axe numerous. Painstaking men take (50 a day.
Being on an Indian reservation, un effort win be
made to keep people away from it, but a great Influx
of miners Is expected, and Intense excitement
prevails. Lon Dusk)' and Louis Meyers, alias Dutch
lxHite, formerly buffalo hunters and residents ol
MaidenYllle, are the discoverers of the gold. They
have secretly worked the mine for some time, having
talKC out gold to the value of tS.oou It h
thought that tne troops will be ordered there to
exptu the eacroachera."
Two Brctes Sentenced to Long Terms.?At
York, Pa., Starry Ilgenfriu and Charles Munds
were tried yesterday and convicted for the assault
upon Miss Kllnedlnst at Ulatrelters' station a
lew weeks ago. They both plead guilty, whereupon
Judge utbeon sentenced the former to twentytwo
years la the Eastern penitentiary and the
latter to twenty-one years. The sentence given
great satisfaction in TorlL
Swearing to Kill a Whole Famtlt.?a cast
akin to the Corslcan vendetta Is encaging the at
tendon of the Scranton, Penn., authorities. A
short time ago live Italians bad a collision in t
ghanty Hill saloon with two young men named
Murray. The Italians had the worst or the fight,
and a tew evenings ago they retired to the stone
quarry, where they are employed, and swore by the
dagger that they would kill the entire Murray
tamuy, counting of the mother and four sons. An
Italian who haflwen befriended by Mrs. Murray
visited her boose Wednesday night and told her ot
the conspiracy, and yesterday she bad a warrant
Issued for the arretf of Vlojenso Capallo, Antonio
Cugnlo, Antonio Malcuslo ana Francisco Cliailon
on a charge of conspiring to murder. The Italians
were arrested yesterday afternoon and are now
awamng trial
?- - %
^IfW* RrlHk.
Thirty-flve thousand people attended the trtstate
picnic at Williams' frrove, Pennsylvania,
brday.
Mgr. o ipel is kvturttig in Milwaukee and othctf
Cities of the northwest.
The crane ir?a company, of Cstasauqua, Pa.,
announce a reduction or ten per cnl in the w agaa
of their employee, to take elTtvt September 1.
The laboratory of ibe Ker.seeiacr !>o?(rthlll
Institute. It 1> v, V- Y., wburned. together wltlk
lt*? contents, yesflerday. The w?a i? bea\ v.
The bill Ui pr vi *? s nt?>? n-giMratl >n "in Fatrfa*
county ha.- the legislature muU been alined
b> iliegot rrwr.
' ^i,an7 ~ won tho tio.000 trot tine rare at
< turier o?k, Conn., winning thn>e heats out ot
four. Klnj? Aim ni had xe^nd plaoe.
Jacob Talaaio. h > oujik li- On w neddler. ot Tiniayhic,
u as a11,i> k l by tw masked men and crueilF
bonUsn and rva.?>l ot 9So, me tnouev he hauk
Li l? a8*al>iuils were captun^l.
A posse cifmou caught a man named Franklin,
v ho liadirobN\l Joe iuvis, at Olenmajr, 'lYnn., ft
Jl.OtJO. The ix<S5?' shot Franklin dr.-td, *nd placv?d
his body on the railroad track, w hore It wu hoi^
nbly mangled.
1 he National l.aw and Order lea^-m' is holding Its
annual iiioetlng In Chicago. The e tvtuilsaUoti now
consistent wo local leagues* wufe a total membership
or so.Otm.
> u t<?r a. s.irtorl a son. m\rMe importer* ol PU*
' adelphla, have mode an assignment.
I ^ cousPlracy cat-e ot Ktull Francois against
I Gov. Ireland. of Texas, and the penitentiary supet*(
Inrendent of that stale, uass tmu dk>uiisnl bj iM
I I mtol states authorities.
In a common on the Chesapeake and chlo rall|
road, near Ktchui< >t.d, Vj.) last xuaht, conductor U
1 L. Moie ? :cs kliU'd.
It Is Mated that one of the trank linen has befrnn
cutting rates beiwtvn c hieac and Philadelphia,
selling tlckeis from one clt* to the other at tit
I>. I. Bloomer, a commercial traveler tor a Na^
lork l.oiiv', was found murdered in hla bt^l Ui a
Minneapolis hotel >est^rdav inonitng.
> Mr. L m is H. l rayser. of Richmond. Va_ dl?^
? odbesday evening. Ilewa? a repn-setrtatrva of
the city in the general us^-mMy tor several terms
May White spirited Away.
TUX ONLY WITXKSS OP mi TIA7KLTlM-?B0Bpfl
TKAUEPV SKIPS TO CANlM.
A special to the New York forUJ from Baltimore,
August i7, s;iys: May White, the uoly wltneas of
(the murder ot Mamie Thorpe at IVarl Snow's dla?
repot able house a c<>uple of months ago, has been
spirited away, it Is supp>si>d, to prevcut taer appearatiee
ns a witness at the coining trial otO?o. W.
Ua/t'ltlne, who ha* b>vn li?dlctc?d fw Mtas Thorpe*
niunk'i. The girl was placed on a train at Lnion
, staUnu by a couple ot well-knoftn tfenUeuen lata
Monday night, and, It Is ui.tiers too), haa gout' UI
Canadit.
>h<-had never been eommltt?>d to Jail, being ai*
lowod, m her wounded condition, to remain atTWrt
Miow s hou>e, guarded by a policeman, until released
by order of t?tau? Attorney Kert The entry
In the ball-book of the criminal court ahowa that
she whs released August 8 on her own nvognliano*
m fl.uiio to api>ear as a witness when waut-xl. ?"d
that she gave her address as at the deputy marsh
*1 of |Millce'p offli-e, that official ha\ing aconmpaiiied
her to the clerk's office. The state* attorn
ney stld to-day there was no law to compel her u>
return nor to detain her as a witnesa. hut he
thought, nevertle'lens, there would be ample evtdcnce
to convict llazeltine of murdec.
BisKvTtnwKLKP BT a Pru.?Near Erie, Pa., a
ma<l buii attacked a farmer named Ilcnry Ororer
yi.tivi Uy, lu a il-'ld, and disemboweled him The
Injured ii.an wa* plck<*d up and carried into hie
! hoftse. l'hysiclans said that he could not possibly
11W5.
An SoTmrK's lirstiTtTicv?Oena. Hancock,
Terrell, l'orter and McClelian have been appHntra
a committee to relieve the wants ot Major Jen.
John Benton, who commanded the flirsi Tnlon
tr<-ops that entered Charleston, ne has been suffering
from destitution, and only made bis w ants
known when his sword was the only thlDg of value
left hint. During the Turkish war be oummanded.
a Chlslon ot Turks in the defence of 1'levna. HM
soutbeni wife and children abandoned him wban
he Joined thy north at the la-ginning ot the w ar.
I'orc.rhth for THorsAKDS?In regard to the
forg-Tlesof Joseph M. Beasts of New York, which
i werv first estimated at t>%,ftiO, It Is now certain thai
the/ W in reach a total of |ii)u,000 or tiM.?la io
cordlne: to the theory now held In the trade, Mr.
ivas)* begau his forgeries about six months sgu
and has since the beginning been going from baa
to worse, as tho amounts of the notes newly mad*
were deposited to take up those falling due. House!
In Philadelphia and Chicago are nfrected by hn
transactions, as well as the New York banks. U
New York the National City bank will lose 150,00ft
the Meehaulcs'National t^O.OOO, Dresel, Morgana
< omp:iny iKMldes losses to many firms l?si
known. U is said that Pease Is insane, but the
. comment* of the bankers and merchauu are MU It't
J madness, tle-re's methrKl In it."
A Wir* I.kft to utabvk.?At Chanlon, Ohle,
Tuesday evening a woman, probably 46 years old,
was found in the woods in the northwest part at
the town and was brought to the city by a farmer
and plao-d In the care ot Sheriff Hen^e. She was
reduced bv starvation almost to a skeleton. Khs
revived sufficiently Wednesday to give an account
ot hersell. it ap{H-ar> that she formerly lived in
Cleveland. About a month auro she ra*e her husband
money to pay tuies on their little home. In!
stead of doing so he disappeared and has not been
heard trom since. Her bowse and lot were sold to
satisty the taxes, and, wiuiout a friend in the
i w orld and too proud to beg, she w and red aimlchsly
Into the country, sleeping in the fields ?md
i subsisting on what fruits and berries she could
lind. For ?"7 days she said no food had passed h?r
lips. She absolutely rerus?*d to give her name.
8no was sent to th<- innrmary.
I.ockfi' in a Hoom With a Maniac.?CharlesTa?Te
r, < t barriuk'ton, N. II., visitert the resldgwe at
Mrs Ldgai llowa.d, in that town Wedn*.?day, and
lnvit<tl her to his home, ou her arrival she was
asked into the sitting-room, where were his father
and three ehlldreu. He then loek-d the door, and
x i/.ing a doc'le-barnled gi.n, atu-mpted to shoot
Mrs. Howard, plating the mu/fle against her head.
Before lie could tire he was knocked down and
overpowered by his rather. He was found to be
crazy. U<- said he had been contemplating *tuing
i Mrs. UoMurd and the others for some time.
_
OUil.
BF.AXT. ?>n Wedne?.lJiy. Au*u?t 27th, 1884. at ?:30
p.ai.. JAMES A. BKAJife.
Funerd will trtkf place Hunday, ?u>ru*t 31st, at 4 p.m.,
from has late mo leace. No "5y 11th utiwt ?<>u h"ut.
lu-l:iti/ui and Imno* ot the f?ail.y are invited to attend.
a*
LEE. On AukiM 2*th. MS4. at 1-40 p.m.. of nearly
fevwr, ?JK< *KUE H . v lUUK'-ot Htm of J. W. andMrah J.
Le- . a<"d on<- yea: , lo luouthx'aiK4 13 daye.
> tiu-ral at 1 <jVl<? k Sarimlay, the 30th, at No. 4W
Marylaixl av?-utie aonthwtnt.
LtOMliEliilEB. * 'n Thursday. Au?-Ti?tJ!8. 1H84. at 10
a m.. HbNliK l.LiiMJLUuLK, a?<^l 2s )4ni, 2 uMXitfas
and 7 da> a.
May he re?t in peace.
Funeral will take piac?- troin lat<- r-wldpnce. No. WO
3d ntre- t northeast, en huuJay, Aumiat Jlsl. at 2 |>. in.
i Frieuda and relative** are invit.%1 to attend. *
LOCKWOyU ??n Thursday, Auiriint 28th, 18H4. at 9
p. ni.. JOHN" LdCKWOUb, In the .Jthyearyf liix atfe.
l'tnieral aerVices Saturday, at 3 o'clock, 100J Itth atraet
t northwest.
" IA CAS. On Auvnst 28. 18S4. at R 30 a m.. Mra
MILIA' LUCAS, m the oiiu hundred and aiath year of
I I her aire.
Funeral will take placo from Fii*t haptlot cbumh.
^I'est Washlutfton, D. C., ou Sunday, Aumut 31?t,
! 2 p. ni.
(I'DAY. On Thursday. Auniat 2?th, 1X84, Mrv
BlillHiKT' ?'DAY. beloved wUe of i HUM AS O'UAY.
a^red ht'ty-oneyears.
1 he fri'-nda of the flBItily an' rwnpectfully InvitMl to
atteiiil her tuiieral fftu the tauiil v renid* uoo, ?/31H M
street nerthweat. on Saturday. Au>ru?it 3<Hh. 1**4. at
y o'clock. Mass at S? 3U o'clock aharp ac St. Mt< phen'a
chureh. 2*
l'l sITALI.. At Indtanapolla, Indiana on AryriM 27.
I 16H4, Mi>. 1". LIZ A UK 1 H B 1'lsH Al.L. ndl-'t of the lata
Cli... le- I'e-diall. eao . and dauKliter of the late Dr. HjltM
Burke, ol Oalway. Ireland.
I Funeral ou siimla>. tlu 31<>t Inetant. at 3 r>. m., from
th-* r?f :.|en<"e of h< r i-n-iu l??. MaJ >r W.H. I'.unkett,
i Nu. 1-u.i y ?tievi northw?t<t. Frieudaof the fMwdy are
rM^-etfuliymvitedtoattMid. r
l fifUlTLTZ. On Wedneeday. Amniot 27th, 1884. at
a m.. IJ Ut W., wife of Geotye Hchultz.
i Fri'-iid* i>f the tainUy an tuvitrd to attend the funeral.
from hnr lati-rvalikttce. 317 A street ?aithraxt, on Saturday.
30Ui lUaUBt, at V .30 a. m. Ssr\i.:?a at St. fieter'*
church. 2*
SMITH. On Thursday, Atunint 2?ih. 1??4. Mra.
IIKKFCCA A. bMllil, iu the revenly-foortli year of
her a*re.
Funeral *-111 take plaee Rat unlay, August 3f?h, at 4
o'clock, from the n-*ideuee ot litraa. 1314 O aWt*^
nortnwest tYiunlH are iuviled tu atteOnl.
WATKINS, l u Thursday, Auirti-t 28, 1884. BUTH,
eh'x> uth ehild of O. W. and Amanda t, Waiklua, atr>d
dgMaea days.
!! UNDERTAKERS^ ""
ABXHL'H KOONEV A ro?
l'tt'feesiemal Knibalmero and Fndertak??.
lvrlors and n.-sidence 2145 Ivciieylvanla awu
nurUiw<t. Bcanch oflicc, 606 Ix>alsiana avenue aoM
JAMF^ BEUJE W. UN 1>EBT AEIH. CENTBAL
wan>ror>nin.Tll 7th st n. w Location and aoooroi
mo<latiouv particularly auitod for trauatelU funerala.
I Telephone colilu*'Uou?. Jy 11
I WILLIAM F. SPINDLES.
i H, KLKMSHIN UVN DEBT AKJUk
> lUephone connection.
II 102i>7th street north wast. naarU
JOHN B. WBIGHT.
iNiUTiua Aim Fnmut, Dnaona
1837 loth atraM uorthvart.
Telerhone call?7t)S
I FKOFOSAL8.
PHuBUSALH FOB the coiwtbuctpio or
8EWKKR.
Omci or tht hs'orvarB Oaw?upa
W asHiaoioN. L>. C? Aujniaa 2?, lWa.
By direction of the board of ?><*mnledonare1 sealad
PrupcmtlH will ba moeived at this ofhoe nntU TWEL>t
- O'CLOCK M. on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER TWIN,
i TILTH,1884, for CouatrdctiUK In the Clt) of WaahlnfftofL
District of Columbia, about ?.3S* lineal feet of Brick
and ( oncrete Sewera, from 4 w*6 0 to 10 fast In Ham NK.
Interior duuenaloua.
Blank forma ot proposal and Jiperlftcatlona can to
' obtained at thla office upon application therafor.
1 totrether with all n*?uaaary lufonnauon; and bida umb
th>?e forum will alone be eonaiderad.
The riaht Is naaarvad to re>act may and all bidr or Mti
; of bida. p. J. LYDECRER,
I ? Major? Emnneera. U. I i,
au23- lot Enyiaaer CotamlaataXMr. D. C
UB. NAVY FAY OPTICE.
a Wasrikotoi. XL C. lnM 9ft. 191
Sealed Propoaala, la duphcata. (Trom "raralar daalan
i or luanulacturera onlr"l.lBdorw>d "Propoaala Cand R."
i wil 1 tx recciv? d at thla otBce until noon, TEN TH RIP.
TF.MBEB. ISM. for arti. lea reunirad. aa foUowa te faa
deliver?d at the Kan Yard. Waahincton. fit, w4thla
, thirty days from data of award, frw of aar auaao la
the rovrmmcut, and aufajaot ao taa mh ta^aottoa
and conditiona, vla:
> 1U, if" lifsi, a, m la
i 42. 44, 6^ Ooal: 4s. Mllllu# Machine. 47. Iron npiaSc.;
. 48. bteel; 49, Tiu Mj 6l. fcj, 58. Oenera1 Ilardwar* H,
Brnahea: ??. CrudUea; SO. Pto Iroax Rroou. Omk
kc.: Si. BeUlny and Packtaa; ?7. F% Irae
To be awarded by requiaitiona. esoeptlntr the wtm troa
In No SO. which wdl be claaavil with Vio. B.
Kchedulea and blank foruia for bida to be had at tM?
ottce. and all ue^eaaary infaruiatioa at Navy Yard ar
i apooaible aecuiity n-qaired on bida forJtKtkfil par*
fortnance, the campeMicy of the truaraature to Ui oaaa
tlfb-d to beforaa notary or other pvblic oBoar

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