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.POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
1 VUU. AT LOW FAfciJ*.
SORFOLK ASDroRTKF!BS VOVP.Ot
fn:s t'U> S > At.F.. *L KOIM' T*!P. #1.51.
Tlj. Ekvaut St-an.'r* LARK an.; MOSEl.EY leare
Ftxti. str - t-aharr llO>l>.\i. WLiiXESUAi u;!
X>A1.at :?.3i)i m ,?l<1 -AI L'llDAk. at t-p. in..
tou M' NDa-Y NI minir.
1 lnsa.'f4i.iir"v:.. r.Br''! it B a: 1 O. ticVet pffi
Uthvtrett <tb l Fa ave. <i'L?ral office. Sixth stre? :
?!iarf. T?Jepl.one ca!17lI-3.
FOTOM \?.' JUVKR LANDING?*.
Steamer THOMPSON MONDAY. W HDNESDAY sr !
TR1DAY. " a. nx. ?Fsure '.?>*. ani9
cTEAJIEK V *1 I VN'.'L KAYKS SKVEN 1 H-S riiKK I
B?ia i'? --I'W : 1!HU.*.SD\?
a* 7 o'ei'ak ? .ii. for VittoiCri l; retii:: -utron Mo?.
dtT'. Tir lhlHll?? Till f'nitiirn rti i'l n>r ? intermediate
LaxkUntf"" rf< :i.? and : tun ny A hi. U tu'li s atoriiid?
wha rf Mm iay* aud iO<>*:a>? down ami Wednes?]j?
uj?. a:U 4 hape. i'olr.t ana Btcut'* wharf rhtxrsday*
down toil Monday* and \Ned:.> .iuy? up 1 r.k'tiw reCnvrdiUily
O. A. J' NFS. A?'elit !
jj-2a "tli street wharf.^
CTUXER T. V. AKP.OWSMITH
from 7T sii.ni avthef
On Mon?Ia\-t, 7 a. r- r Ncmrni and interrr.a<i!ati?
tarUta*. irtiirnliitf leeway*. . c.
On Thuraoay*. I a m i? i Orrnoir&D, Nomini, ?*
Clement's Bay, and ix.ttrme ciate Im.nii.o, ret urn.n*
VHdm
On Satur tlay?. 4 Wf. jr.. f< r Carrioman. Nonuni. ana
intermediate laiitliinr* returning Sunday i v. \iTitr.
4/n Wednesdays. 8:30 a. in.. Spec ai Excursion ti> colonial
beach aiui return.
>'. 1? Laud at aU suiaxn?" -*?"' - 1 7 . ,
JOHN r PADOETT. A*<nt.
Jjl5 t. W. RII'LEY. Maajif-r.
flVO NOhFOLK. EOl.l KK^ MoNltoE AiiD i Ut
i soi i n.
FOTOM \C STEAMHOAT COMPANY'S popular
til rilflirrr LI ART leaves 7tli -tn-t whar: oil
Mondavi and Wedrte? ay* at I?:3tA. Natiuii .y.- at 0 p. n<.
| Stop* at Piu. y 1 yint and C^riifcold Harbor ifu:u?- and
fcATtKDAY MOUT STF \MVU KKTTBSS MONDAY'
m ok nino.
ronnt^'tioiw w . b i:* ho^ton ar'l pr^ti'l^tice ,
it^uiner^. 4\>uncctf" aisv mhiii n? w \ork and kich- j
in> a, i <f?*ai':?tn, uiid >i jijourj
and K"a::t/kv, Oieau Vic* and Yuv"*lua l>.a?a
yilirotds.
ruMs^rt- a:i*j n^oni can T>? s?rnr?"d at J?alt;inor<' an !
Ch. > tick, i i tik.?. !4?h >tv-~ t and I'?-nswHat
jvfiiim at ht. Man hot-1. 11 lk nlicru'a. ii^xt t >
f rt> t ?t i ft: *-. < to. . Kiiox'.- t*| ' th -tr>-rt aji I
I?-::Uh>i .au:a avt-1.Vit*. an t at cuui itu'a oUi^c. #tU
Crux's ' x| will i-all for auuL.ajfjfaK?-'fryui !
and i'nvat fsjtHsi ?*.
rtn iVtni via?i\ tiutii ip. m.
lti M1LLIAH P. W KU'H, Gf-n- ral .Went.
jpOTOMAO IKANSPOKTATION Li .Nil
"IV* F' am"rST'r. Car'. W r. C.roir'.-sran. wTJ^t?
r trtp* t" lialtimorr a" -l Kiv r I ; ndinif-, si'Ni'A^,
lla; ri. Vrb. Mi l h n^li'-" wi at 4 J-111.; lfa?- i
k>> Ikittuiurtfor nVhuktuu > v. r f !:I1>.\\ ?: i y.m.
Fm^Ut rec?ved until t m. >a'Qrday.-> wni*X.
AliKlvta- fr i*tht uia-t i* prvpaid.
h?m njxi aCcuUunuLk>t;ou nnoiuul'i >1.
jljtply tj \ BRO. Arwi**.
Bl^3-6m 7tli rtrwt wii3rf.
YthN'ON' MT. VKKNON"!?
STEAMKK W. CORrou^
Xipavps Tth-strret waarf u..ii> i? xn s t si;miay> fr>r Mt
V (Hod U 10 o'cli?ck a.iu.; remi ninjf. rtacluat Washin^U
u abvut 4.&1 p.m.
oM I- T. T'l.AKF, raptain.
RAILROADS.
IJAiiL VIRGINIA U1DLAXD HALLWAY.
^UL txUoiiX LINE To THE SOUTH. SOUTHWEST
AND WEST.
Mir dtj'e in ?fbvt J ' - 1 -5.1^1.
9 iO A.M.?NEW OLl tANS MAIL dailv. mak n* do*?
feaiit vtiwns to all pvint- South and S"UthwesJk,
Laii\. ?-x f-j't Sun lay. with t". O Kailwav^ lliil- j
Dian Sl? innit Bufl< t tars lrom Nrw i rk and V>a.-iiiiiKt..n
t.> A til. nra. Puiln.ar. Sluptosr cars froiu
Va^LUiirtuti ana Atlanta to N w ori
JtF M ? Uit lSVlI.l K EASl DINE Daily via CharJvttf?TlU?
to Cincinnati. Lomsvill>- and ail Wt-sU-m
1 < ;nt-. Puiimau 5>i?.viliiC car* V? a?ni:?"tou to
t-o ii istidf ^
?At E.M -SOr iHEKX MATL AND FXPEFSS. Daily
tv aL i> ints? S< i'U and ntliM-?' via Palivin a; a
CUm-1 tt*- D;Jl>.rx?t-j t buauay.wjth C. A O. Kail w a.'.
1'uiin.aJi Sl'-t piiiif i'jh Irciu WaHkiiu ti.ii viaDaa>11*.
Charlott*- and Atlanta to Nc\? Orleans, ai^o.
lr> III Uxs iiiJk.':?Ti v:a Cliarlo to and Ooiuuil'ia tJ j
Ayininta. I"ul luan }?? > I ill)," Car trcm V\a.>inn?;toU <
t. v.i.o. "ulphur Sprintra
Jfan?s?ai* Divi?j<\n 1 r;t;n l>-av. >4 Wa.-tiiti'-'tua a. .:L0 -\.
M. and l?P JI da ly. < x.Vpt suuday.
Virrrnto:i ;raim VaBninxton at it lO.V.u. and
6.it) P M. daily _ , .
For ?i<-k'?- ai.d lnfi'nint.' n uiyuire at Cvinpany's Otlu.fOl
P.nuujivania atti uu.
^. sUL'fiHTEli. N. MACDANIE L.
btu. hws. Arfent. .W?-ni.
aa2 POL. HAAS. Traffic' Ma . i^er.^
THE GREAT . ?
FENN 3TI.VA NI A EOT TE
TO THE NOHTH, WiSt ?ND >ol THWEST.
DOUBLE iEAl'R >PLVM?ID St'F.NEKV.
sTEtX RAILS MA MFICLNT Egl'IFMENT.
In erracr Jl l* U'xh. 1SH4.
T*~ infi l*?v?- Waoliiotrtoii, lr<. tn >-tttioti, raraer ot fitli
ltd B as .ci owa:
Tcr P .?Inl.d th West, Cluta?r? limited l.xrn-sa
cf Pal ..f d?-pin -1 ar-at !>.44? a m dally. last Ln*i.-.
9.4.ia. a. tia:l> to'Ciiifiui ati . nd.^t.jL.?>ti?*. withSUfpln.
?'a.~> iron. HurManr to Cincinnati.and 11 tel ;
t a- t ' M L* Til-. i!a ly. ex?t pt Saturday-. U- < aiW:
w.U. > . fpimr I ar Altiaitia to t'ha air . Wr- rn 1-v7
4u i in daily. w.thl'ala.-v * ar* t" Pfit-tiU'tr.
a ? . > >;! ii ts liaily tor I li. w.th >! Tuiiir ?. ar
F1tt?iJ>u!fi ti < ii i. Mail i xi'rin-. HM>t .. in Tilly
f. r Piti'.ytir'ran<V tlie V. >1, \v ,iU 1 al.i'-'o SI. ' V m>< Car
Yvastilnj?-r*'n to Oui? ;nro
L\i.l MORE AN L rOT< >M AC ! AII.HOAP.
Jor IrW. caxti.iid-i.-ua Lotli. si-r. liaifalo. .Nia.-tra.
10'A'p in dailj . Hi' pt Sat unlay, villi 1 al:i r < ars
kwitiuctoii to Koch- s?t?-r. '?ra.nV;.\it:c v. ..-Idu^ton ,
oi Saturday nnrnt *).l not run t? y< :i : i.-nuvo.
f Far Wit iamsport. 1 'it'i Havea un-a t-imira, at J 40 i in. j
u.<iD. Hfl't f?uniiay.
For New i' *K iii u th?* I a>t. . 1.*. art i 1HX) a. <
in., 'i.10. K.ivi, lt'VO and 11 15 p. ni On Sunday. 4.1*1. !
1UU0 and ILI5 p. ui. Lstn"--* txtri-^ ot i iulnian i
Parlor i ars. i> 4t> a. in. daiij, ?-itept siuuiaj.
For fcostvii without v tukiiMc, a.io p in. e*ery -week-day. |
i. n Sunday. 4.00 p. ui
for Btuukiva, >i. V.. aii UiKG*-b train* coMiwt at Jermj
Cit) with boat ol L ?lyn Aun?-x. afl ird air ntrauhier
to t ulxi. n?irect. avoiuiiw <.ioul ie lerri&^tt
a r w N i * \ or ? *. i t \.
lor 1 hi.adeipi.'i;. 7 15. ? CC and 11 a xsi.. 0.10. 4.00. 6.0i)
10 1' and IL13 V. 1X1- Oil Sunday. 4 <>0. Vo.tAi atid
11 li j . m. L.oated Uih-.-v-, y.4ii a iu. tiailj . txtvpt
Sunday.
Fi r Raitlmore. C.35.7.r.. Mil. U.4?. llt.??a. m.. lU.Oj,
^10. tot1. 4.-.i. 4 4t). fi.uo. 7.?.'. 1??0U .n.d ll.15 I in.
Oxi rtt.naay, j 40. ll.u0a. ni.. 4.W. 0 w. 7-iO. IV.oo and
111") p. xa. , .,
Fi r Pope'-i <'x*ek Line, C ia x n\. and 4 40 r. n:. daily,
except Stixtday.
Fi i \unai. v-:s. C.Uo a ni., 12 "3 and 4.40 p. ni dany. excel
t Sunday.
ALEiA-NDi-.A AND 1 REDERH'KSBURG RAILWAY.
ANL' ALEX%Nl>lilA AND VA.-?UINuToN RAlDRoAD.
I r Ai? xr.niarv. f TO. 7.'X>. 9 :3. IL03 and 1I.3j a. tr...
2 06. 4.? . a.", f ,Ji?. - 0a aiai 11.ia p. ni. Oil Sun-l?y
kt t. 3P. 2">. 11."-, a ni . M 03 p. in.
If h_i.bui nd -id ti.e tit i ,-Ji and 11.1*5 a. rn. ila.ly.
and : 0U : . n. <Vl>. v- i t .s.i.,d::y.
2taii..~ i 'dtk A f-xai-di la Ivr \\z- ..a't ^r.. 7.5U. 10 1 ),
10.1Va. n: : 1 ho. AOfi. 3.'A a pt. 7.0t? and HtM { in .
ai;d lilW .r..itnurlit rji : .Vt :.o. Oi- Sunday at
7 ;t.> and lt> lu a. iii.. ?.Ui !i-J iO.-S'J l. xn., and lJ.ii?
XildliL
, 1 i t? and inf. miction at ti " ? fa ? . iurt fast corner
cf lati street and >cuna> l^ania a*entse a:;d a. t:if ntatS.'!..
v?l,.-r> inl-ri. tan l>- left lor lfc>*rh .viiif i! but- :
t.i c- stiimt; a iii'Ui iictt-.? and ."? d? nc? -.
tUAs. t.. plod. J It- WCKJD.
ii. ncral A.ai.a-'- r. General I a..- n j^r .\k<.^nt.
ffo SARATOGA. . ?
1 1ARL uEORG?^
A>D CATSXILL MOENTAIN^.
ONLY ALL KAIL AND PARLOR CAR LINE.
Trai*5*. n N w Y . a A\. -Li -> and H !Taln Ry . '>v
Ae?' ~h.;rt cf Pi'*tiir>**iii!f Hi. D. i Kiv. r. i?aTt- Jersey
Ci^y St if.ii o p '.n-> E.ii. toll wSAK\1o??\
PE> . K.*. . *. a :: Ai'.v . a-iro-t
2 :C j..:? . i aaiwtli. La* < i? .a 4->j in . M< iitr. M i 1
V :: E - w "a" l'til.miu liu"et *.ar-> to n.irat ^>ra. thetxca
tt M jntr ai.
"A 1 SKILL MOUNTAIN SI'ECiAL. I? i? am?Arr'
Ka it r-iilll -aU> X'.ia., Orand Hotel V.07 p.in.
lariuilar- I
L?\\ 1 \Piil1- p" a m.?Arriv<- Albany '1 p ni.:
Si.i>rot. siT.ria-^ j p.m.. OopmUarg 9 p.ni t ti. a 5:30 |
( y ni. >> m a-? 7 13 ; m . k s:?-r 10:40 p.n. . Boflato I
12 15a il. .N.aK^n iala- la : iti Pvt. ?r i.ar>t t^ \iluy.
M;ar- :i rui < a:. 1 Nn. ?.-? lh.
Mk'.l'n.A AND I-M-Xlll MOUNTAIN EX- !
F?' ! .-t> 11 ' - ui Ar tl i i\-ao. '-ki'.i 5 1"? P in., j
?>:a:id il 't^. > j I ::i . > tra- "T-i ' '-'5 p u; 1 aio. Oco-v? j
Sp in Pixl>>r Car-Jcr?> Cit> to N.uaio.-'a and laika
Cro'*e.
>-Ai.*TOGA AND CATSKTLL VOPN TAIN MM- i
ITIP. *" P'n?Arriv.- I'i tel K:,a'rr 'a 1' ; i:l.
O'aT'il 11 T? i - 4^> p ttv. > tr;V.ota "1 . l ak ?
1 t'lj .ri . M : fr> > . a ? i| i : ?. i;.r<.
kill Mountain* *o >arito.-a ki.;r>- Pai-1. : i"ar 1- av<-H
Va^li.nr'' i. i i D' <>i-.uin:? li. P. tr:..- - 1". i * r
K.r*t?i fj M a*:-:.; II' N. i
1 in.'.teii aat.'ii V*a?:i.WtvK a" 4?? aT ; i'ui i:.it.!i(
? t: >ar t and ? >i: 1. :i t i>- y ? >
A-!: f Miiir..". r ro .".1'ri' ti- k- t-: y \\..t
?: ayoia lorry at aaa iwlirf tranaier Uu >, Li N w Volt.t)i.
A15' :. t'Vy i r . t AsT"lit of Tf.n. 11 H fir > >..
Il?t? tin -!ai .. U k-'s and Parlrr Car oia r-. p. ri r
C: rcl..:r*f* la je ?y X ity *tj.':i ri r??? rv. d iiiiih. : i
C; < n ai; i' .si. n to Ak-? ;,t I : ,!:aau Car Co.. X nr. i. ii.
at?ucn. J- .-.-y ? r.v, >. a j \
ixlNUk i-<? 1 ; T. G. r Pass. A^-f .
24 State *tret t. New Yt rk. i
BALTfMt i:r ANiM HIO KAILKOAD.
II. f l'-l I INt AND THF ONt.Y
I.'Nl Ml*' v 'lit. E\-i AND THE WLSl'.
\1A W >V:1M.1I
iVi ;,x.l u.V V JANNEY COUP1.ER!
MEM 1 V11. >
fC HELEI !* IN' liliil >1 NDAY. TT'NE L"th.
i--?. i MIL !l ill' H.J. N< Tit la
I?.v \V a?i.ii.?rton lroii. aUti. curuer of Nc-w Jt-rsey
?v?nt:<- a: .1 C ?*re? t
In O :<a . t . i :.na*\. IxnNxille and St Ijonis '.ailr
at 3 a a. na. IP 15 a in.. 10. lo | n. wiili 'ihrou-'ti
ioartira and 1 ?la. e J-.?->ll!uf i ar? to klvif 1-ollit*.
?ltL? 'it ei.an.-r. 10 15 a. m. daiij tv lUa?u, except
Sattxii: > .
Itr liiihtur - at ^ "50 a. na and S to r. m. daily, b tO
I 11... t 1 la-l ir. v 'ev.land and Detroit. *ltL?>ieep
hr I : to t lt*^ p_J.
i 1 i-ik- an 1 D-:i'tt ei\ Mi cr? 10.15a. m.
dii.ly v.ti; Jjleiia-r t_i T o|.-.t' . \ -A Wl.n -ui; A;,a Eakii
. I rie a. R.
| Tn.n? tor Philadelpb a ar 1 New York at ft If* a m.
V oaiiy. ?-xcrit si.t.d.v m and 40 p, aa and
' lo 10 1 ill ca-r>. w.tl. Parlo: anJ J>.?-t;i:ar t a.->? attachi
d.
]i r Baltimore on *< k 'iv<. 5..' r>\ r 4^. f l*). P l'1.9 00.
?i d p> u3 a n. U . .Ti. _ . . a <?>. 3 :j-. 4 at. 43
minute tram.; 4 40, i ao, >. 50. u?, ? .0. n io, lo.io v.
no
lo Balt!uu>r?- cn Sunday*, f 30. S:00, f .10 a m.. 1 2\
? ?5. il A>. 4 :40, j oC. t, 50. 7 0>'. b .0. !? 40 and 10.10l?.
1X1.
f 11 11'IBfa on tLe SLenar.doaii >alley Railroad. 10:15 X
li dally.
|. 1 Ar naptiiis. 6 40 a. m.. and 12:10aud 4:*^p. m_: oa
Sunoiay. > -Oa. Ho. 4-4o p 111.
for Way Stations la"tw.en W asbimrtcn and Raltimors,
.' ?.? (. 40. J?-00 a in.. 12:10 p. 111.. ?..?!. 4.40. 7:00 and
1 ltu. in Oil Sunduv s. ? an a ui. an'1. 1 a5. 4 X0 and
7 ' * j. 110 lit i^Kitioi.s on M.-tri?tvlitan bran oil.
7 40 a ni and 5 3o p. na dail> except Sunday. 4 45
] in o.ail% for pniK-ipal htntiinn < ; Mftroianftaa
I rat, !i ? ,50a in. daily for l.? xin?r*' n. Siaunt n a.d ^
Aa.ioy ran. fc. # M a. ni daily ?iccpt ^unda>.t 10 |
I 11. .a y r- r > J*?'.erick. fc M a. In.. 10:15a m.. 4:45
1 m daily except >unday.
*tr Ha. ratown. 10 15 a. xai..and j:35 p. m. dally except
hutid?>
Tra.: . arrive .'ri.ni tl.c Went daily, 6.20, 7:5? X. eel, 2 2S^
? 4o, ? jf 1 ra
Iiom N."a\. -k and PhHadelcMa, 2:56. 8:30a. m. daily.
U 2?p. in. daily, nr. pt Sunday , , ?
b.'juj jl in. *uvi l-oo ana t p. hl ;
Sunday m.,6 37 p. 1x1.
Wr' n. L.-xinyt. n. C JO a no uaily. and 2.15 p.m. daily.
except Sunday.
Ir. ti. >r?-lerwx and interm?liat? rolnta. P:25. a. nn,
li ia, j , in., and b:i2 t>. xn. daily, except Sunday; S:13 j
V. no Jailjr from Point of Ro*-ks.
fc" an ins .eave Haltixnorv for V> achiliytoll at 2.00, 4 4"),
^ C I*). 7:15, 7.: *?. t:u0, 9 10 and lO iiO a. in.. 12:15. li >A
4 0li,?::i0. 5:?i.?'2S, 1 30. 9.00and 10:15 p. tm . oU Sundaya,
1140. 4 40, 7 13. 7 Jo, fc.a-o, ? 00, a xu., 1:30. 6 tM
. i*. 7 30 and 9-00 o. m.
liitnuif from W^j?LuiKtuu it op At Ktliy Stjktiua X*
<-rpt4:30p. cd.
, yyr f'fjb^r infonfiation apply at the Baltimore and
Pcki Ticket OflVe?v. ai?hin<rt.'n stall' u. *19 and 11151
r' r riaySiaxna av.ii'i-, ct.rn.-r 14th t?tr?*t, where ordara
Lj ^ cnoxWl and ^vea at
*. *- UJtJULM l S, SI. of T.. Baltimore.
*i7 CL LORD, 'f-rn PrTnftir AfaL
! AUCTION SALES.
TII iS ITP INi
1ARGE STOCK OF FINL ENGLISH BREF.CH
Jl' APW AND MI ZZLE LOAI5INO -SBOi
GUN.-., MSillNG TACKLE, RiiLLS, BEVOL>
1 Ks. . T il.EKY. MUaiCAL IN'STRUMEMA!
J W.UiK iOOLS, nAZORS, SCISSOiw
1". EETBOOKS. VIOLINS. 10\S. BAS BALL:
AM RViS. VIOLIN fc i li NGh. SKATE.
> !'I -IIKS AND ColIBS. JEWELRY. TUILL 1
Si lb. ol rl< AL G?>oDs. WATCH CHAIN.-, ASK
l-EKUL HOC"KHOLD ARTICLES.
I > (UrrctMii i f the owner, to change bu?ines% I wilt
s- !. en the premises, all fa? above Stock of J L
'.'lEARA&C- .. I:v4" IVnimlTtni* avemie northwest,
-a'.- < :.,( s FRIDAY, "JI NK TWENTIETH, ai
sl.VEN J'. M.. al.d ev. r>* evening thereafter at SiUu,.
hcnr until turtlier rutin'.
Li A LR.-s AR> SPECIALLY INVITED. as many
t-.. <l> win be ?ol?l in original packages. Great Uanra.n->
ii.ay be every nwht. FOLEY. Auctioneer.
N. l Fixtures wilt not be sold as, at the tertuin11.
ii ot -a,e. the store will be occupied. by J. li.
o'MEARA A CO.. Manuiacturers of "RoYAL uLL'E."
jel9
TO->IOHKO\r.
DUNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneer*.
317 axici a.y ytli street northwest, corner D street.
LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF EXCELLENT
household good*. comprising?
PARLOR SUITES <L TEST D SIGNS).
A VI.Ni T. CHER. V AND..THER CHAMBER SETT-.
W A KDRt >bE.H, < HIF'FO.n IER.
( ANF H'iCKLRs. HANDSOME CANE-SEAT ARM
DINING CHAIR*.
WA1.M T MARBLE-TOP MIRBOR-BACK 6IDEBoA?
D.
WALNI 1 E XTENSION T VBLE,
W AI.NFT HMXii CHAIRS,
LEA 1 HEIi-Ci .VLltED Lul NGE 'VERY FINE),
. i 1 NT RncKERS. FR, NCH-PLATE MIRROR^
WALNI 1 HAT-RACfcS. WALNUT DESK.
Oil. l'AINTiJHiS, i N<.RAVINGS,
>' 1 AS. B Ds 1 f > DS. B REAL'S. WASHSTAND8L
WOVEN WIRE MATTRES.->, HAIR AND OTHER
MAI TRESSI.s.
DAVis .->EW;>g MACHINE (NEARLY NEW),
) l?DV M EE GERATOR. GAliDr N VASES,
GARDEN HEN HES, BKAS.i CLSPADORES,
( !.< KLRV AND G I. A>S V- ALL,
CA. ij.lS. MATTINGS. STOVES,
1. LICHEN REgUlbl a Es. &c . tie.
AT AUCTION.
Or. TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER SECOND,
a- T. N O'l L< CK will m?11. within and in trout of
? .r s| it< .oils s..lesr>'iii.s, tbe elejrant Household Furniture
..- J ..rtly cnuni- rated aliow. This sale pr -sent*a:i
unusual cp port unity t> houseke if rs and others wuo
ai.ti. ?p;:te r -j l. tii-hinir f<,r the fail season. auJ0-2t
\\ ELKS ? CO., Auctioneer*.
AUCTION RAT E OF FORFEITED PLEDGES.
W, a 11 x li vitliin ( v.r store, C37 Lousiaula avenue,
<U sue i-ity J-, at office. ON DAY. sEpTIJlBrJl
FJK.M, ami II LSD VV . SEPTEMBER sV.CO .D. ut
I l.N O'1 LOCK A. M . the stuck of Forfeited Pledge# , f 1
t:i' well-k.:t>w'u |?wiibruker. Fr.-d. .-vliUKcr, 7J" 7th
htrvt-i jii.i-tliwcst I liis sale will .- jusist of?
G. K1 -i \ r and M^tal W atclies.
i ."Li. Silv. r and I- ill- I W at. n Chains.
Nei kla? i->, Churia-i. Lock-ts. .-carf Pics.
Studs, c ttft t.uttors, Earriuirs. t ins. 1 ruvelets.
A larve assortment of Set Kiii^w, Gloves.
I aivr nsK.irtm* nt of Overcoata and Gents' Clothing1.
Sti? f s. 15. <iks, Li;,;e?. clocka.
Tools of aLl lmi is. sbuwU. &c.. Ac.
P S.? Fer?on? koldiii-: tick-. ts on which the time has
exi ireti wiil jM-ast- take notice, as the *?oot)s must be
bokt without pueerve.
WEEKS 4 CO., Auctioneers.
nr.?-3t F. SELINGER, Broker.
\V ALTER li. WILLIAMS & CO.. Auttioneera.
SALE OF HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, BRUSSELS,
INGRAIN ANI? OTHER CARPETS.
On TUE - DAY, SEPTEMBER SECOND, at TEN
C'CLOt K A.M.. we sh il sen. at resi.It-lice No. 201 D
strtv-t n.'rthweHt, cori.t r 'ill str^.t. a general asnurtiiient
i t In>:is< hold turnit ire. viz: WaUiut-truiue PatlorTSuite,
Wii.-ut ' liamiH-r f urniturr, lAsy Chaii>. Marble top
Tal.!-Kxt.-nsion Table and Diuinjf-rooni Cbatrs, Walimt
Br. 1st. ads. Bun ?iis and WiiMlistanrte; Hair and
iC.sk Matt retires, B-ildmir. Brust*?ls, luvratu au<l other
< arj-. ts. China. Glass and Crockery Ware, Kitchen
Ut?!isii?, etc. Tern is cash
a^.,S WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.. AuctB.
J J K. FULTON, Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF FORFEITED PLEDGES.
Twill sell at ni> store, 1JJ8 Fennaylvania aveoue.br
jml.he a-.iot; n. cv"-ni<-nciiiK TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
-1 CON,', at 11 N O'l LOCK A. M., my atock of Forf^
t. il !'; Hires. This hale will consist of
Goi.k Silver ati<l Metal ' a-t^l Watches. Gold and Silver
t\at'h Chains, ,.old Necklaces, t harms. Lockets, j
Si art Piii". Stii'ls. Cuff Buttons. Eyeglasses. Spvcta- '
c.'*s, EarrliiK-s, Pins, Bracelets, Plain Goid and Set
J.i:ii.-K. Gold lt i.sand Pencils, Diamonds and other ]
I recious stones Gold ThiuiUlea. Match Boxes,Snuft
Ix/xes, Solid silverware. Gun<. Rifles. &c.. kc.
This salt- will include all Forfoitwd Hedges from N?s. :
K0.k> to 74120inclusive, aad will continue mornings at
it) 'citj-k and veiiinirs at 7 :KJ o'clock until ail the lota
i?rc fc^IU. ! rsuns h?ldiu?r tickets pleas, take notice.
H. K. i ULToN. Lawubroier and Auctioneer.
J. W. DYER. Salesman. au28-Ct*
XLTER B. WILLIAMS ft CO., Auctioneers.
TWo TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSES ON
JU ? UHUS-ETIH AVENUE. BETWEEN NEW
JERsE> _VV M'E AND SECOND STREET
NGKTHWEST, NOS. 118 AND 120.
On l Ur.sDAY. SEP i EMBER SECOND. 1684. at klX
O'CL' < K. p. M., we shall s- U, in trotitof the premises,
the in rt)i part of lot t>. in square fi6". havinir 3f)feet 8
inch. - Jront. runnitiir Iwick tlie depth ihereof, improved
1 \ :u . tw- -story brick dwelling Uouoes, tfasaud water.
A - '1 li nice Jur an iuvotiiie.it.
'I Kk.Mjs: , u. -half cash, bilanc" in six, twelve and
, i**t:i.^. mouths i?>r nul.-s If urii.tr ihtercst liom day of
.-aie. ami - cur-il I y a ,ut rr;i.~t u> l rcj^ rty sold;
a . '. nv, v.ii.ctiur.it I'urcha-ser's cost; ifjudown on bach i
piece o: ) rojH-i ty \\h> iv<?ruck off.
w vLii.u is. \> iLLl.vii.-5 & CO., Auctioneers.
au-7-il
J J N C AN SON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF TWO THREF-^TORY I
P.RI, K AN" l > FRAME HOUSES, W ITH .STORES, i
ON II STSEEI. BETW EEN SE, OND AND
TlilRl- 11-;EETr?N< RTHEAST (BEING HOUSES
N -V.BERED 217 .iND rt'J ii STRI ET)
^ r> virtu* _of a d'-. cl of trukt, duly recorded in !
Li:.ir N . S75. folic ^18. et hi)., one of th< land rec- ES
r-is ;-jr Waniiititrion countv. in the District of Co1
1 il' - W. Wii. sell on 1 UEs Day. the SECOND DAY
OF 1 I T! MRE! . A D. 1-.S4, at HAH -PAST FIVE
O'CLOCK P. M.. in front of th t remises, all that cor- f
t;.-.ii p. . e<>r parte, of irrour.d lyinir and bei it In the
? ::> , t Washington, m the Dis.rict >t Columbia, and
k . wii a; a 1-s, need as l art ?.f l<jt i umbered nine (9f in
;uare :.uii:Ur. d-s veu huuvired and alty-two (73U>, lie.
ir.i :.:a?r at the north, ast corner of said lot uine <9). atd
i I'iiii. i.- thei.se v.. ?t on H street north, thirty-twi. feet '
:. ur a.ul a quarter inch'-s (J2feet4'% inches), thence I
s.> .tu one huielr d i it*.-j theTic?- east thirtv-iwo
feet f< >;r ati.i uuart. r ii.clies (3-J ft 4^ in.), theni-e
n.irtli 'in liumired f etdlKnt.. the place 6f Uezinuiutr. |
coiita.nmir <hr?? thouMiud two hundred and thirty-si* i
l.et. ill..re or : s.s. t r.-. tlu 1-with all the .myrov,-.ueuta.
wa; s. ear h.; iits. ' itfl.ts. rr.viiefnss a.id l.eredltiunents i
tu'L' - a: > - i ;nrinK "i'i:i any wise apr? rtaimnv.
'I- rui* Our- had cra,u; balance in equal iLstalmeiits
aL cue ai two years, notes o b ar Mi teres' pavable
son.i-.'tnriuaily. am) to lx- secured bj deed of trust, or ^
aii casl. at . I'tion ot l urchas'e*. Cctivejancin^, &c., at
| i.n . user's e st A <ie('. sit of ilnO required at sale. I
I 'Ttts to b- compiled witn :u seven daj 3, otherwise the
'lni-'^s r- s.-rv - ttr rL-):t t . res,-ll at the risk and c. t?t
f the .1-f .itniir purchaser al er fivo ,tay-' publU:
: -> < ? such resale in some newspaper published in
VVitcu.i.irtou, D. C.
JAMES F. KTNES, ) . ?
11. 0- 1,^-ils WILLIAM DICKSON. \ Trustee
SEWING MACHINES, Ac.
(J LARK'S O. N. T Spool Cotton, j
six spools for 23 cents,
,t AUFRr.ACH's Ri m-Itu- MachineRijoin-tcor. Tthand H.
Ait.-t cy f. - lirht-rnnninsr NEW AMERICAN No. 7.
'' < Mir. v i - v>. l^trh-aon machine, manufactared
1} ti.^ i iii-,~.tabiished Aliieriean h.winif Machine Co.,
1 .i .n. i'l.-., -a1..n il *urpa**t? all olherbin si*ed, s.m;
.:i itv . o Curability
Aisv. w Automatic, Domestic, Smirer, Howe G., W.
id Wilson V-.. l>, ;.nd other hrst-class Machines for
ti.' or r?-:it
V.. :n^ 1 y no ranvns^intr a?e>,tg.
1 \ ueai r.ir w ith us you save money and annoyance. ;
1 i,ruction tree at yJUr rksitience by expeiienced
ii(i> icauin
AL kinds repaired and warrant,*!.
C. AUERBAPH.
rotii-r 7th'?nd II. r..*xt door to Auerbach s Geuts' Furnishing
and Hat store. Jy26
X he IjhniT JRunninq New Home
AND HALTFOiiD sEWlNO MACHINES,
i!, = ii.j >st and most durable Sewin* Machines ever '
1 to ; ., X Sold on n.oiuiuy payments, and UUyraldisn
ui.t tor vaoti,
At OPPENHETMER'3
Reliable Sew'njr Machines ar.d Fashion Ro#ms,
f 2V C'th s*re< t n. w.. St. Cloud BuJdm^.
Cr. > i ai l. lies lor rent All kinds repaired. Bazar
J : ? i*a>tji- lk?
F J ' BJI 1 61 E A T "HOrSEHOLD." STt.KVf
I hi?'*,** *Nt w Ilt iup. _ * tiiie ftpwinir At*r'l<
:'st ir.,?Ti. N.^tanvaosers. Oouiu tolas
1 ?! ?'? fcjj.i ^ i\e Il.oliey. *ud ic^urili^ as;?i
i :> il< KfNM.l. 427 Jtii ?t nw seWs
MEDICAL. tVrc7
?|ANHtM>D RES 1 OKI D RY USING A BOTTLEOR
.?! t-,.. oi i>a BRoi'HERS' lnviyoratuhr CordiaL
? " "ir*'. fc':> eas- o: beminal Weakness. Nervous 1>>
i.-'f. kn 1 In,| ot, r.cv. It imparl* vi^or to the w hols
' . ia. llwi Bstreet Southwest. au25-U:i*
Bi \ E HEALED. GO TO DR. BROTHERS OOC
a-1 l :sn R .-.r. . t i utl.west. and U- curetl '1 he. tiiy
-si-R-i.: aav-Ttisliw physician in V\ashn.trtou.
it tia->r.v ... | ?-ti- ular att. ntlon to th. treatment
ai. i > ir. t aii t in -of " l.is. as,-." particulaiH that of
a I ;i\at cl.ara t r. forov- r S> years. au'i>-lm*
II HA NEVER RE; N t ' N ! RADICTED THaT
DK Bl.C11 HERS .s n? t th ,'lde^t established ad v,r:.-ii
1 : dies' Physician in this cry. Indies y. u
. ..n C. : lid. !itk\ . -uit Dr. BROl HE . S. lujr. R *t ? w
Particular aitl-iition p .id to ail diseases peculiar to
la . ii urn,-l < r simrie A l irr. irulariti. s and ovan.'i
tro !>'-s sue- -sf'jily treat,d ISK~Board. with
i_-i . la. c- nunodattcM. aaa kind rfldt t i.ursesfuruJ
- Ii *1 t tL... w)3-rnav tbsire to stay a few days in the
city wider Uis tr. atment. au'^S-lm*
\J D.VME DE I-ORES i HAS REMEDY VoK~i7T;
I ? All f. male comi'lamtsquicily cur-d. Can be
c : s ilt. .1 daily at 1J4' 7th street northwest Office hours
ir< la 1 to 9.VolocK p ui.. with ladies only. JfTt-iaP
DR. LF.ON. THF OLDEST ESTABISHED AND
?>nly n-liabh- I jklies' Physician in the city, can be
?. n-nlt. i daily. :i"jy Missouri avenue, first street south
< J I . nnsylvama avenue, U-tween 3,1 and 4V, streets. All
J' na.e , ,.n;j laints ai.,1 irregularities quicil> remov^
Pr. n i t treatment. Corres[HjiIUenoe and consultations
strictly eoiiii.ltritiaL Separate r*oUia tor ladiea urate
hours?1 to 4 and 7 to V p. m. au20-lm*
nX. M( CUT'S ~FRENCH POWDERS CURE ALL
I rlna y D:s,-as-slti 48 hours. Nervous Delnhty!
oivanic W, akus>s caused by indiscretion, I'oison.nis
Di exsesof ltloo.1, effecting Throat. Nose and Skin.
Sc'ld at .sTANDiFERD'S St. Cloud Pharmacy, tfth and
t -tr,-?-ts. Price #:). Sent by maiisealed. au25-m,w,f
30 DAW TRiAJU
rp DYT9
FI.FCTRIC VOLTAIC BELT, and other Elbctuo Apri.lAScis
We will send on thirty days' trlaLto men,
icun* orold. who are suffering1 from NervousDebiRty,
"*S * itality, and those (hs,<as<-s of a personal nature, resulting
from al iises at.d other causes. Sj*edy relief and
ronipl, t, restoration to health, vi^rorandmannood ^uar?n.
e?l Send at ooce for lilustrated pamphlet, free. AdHTes?\QLTAlC
BELT CO.. MarshalLMich ^aiKKeoly
DR. ROBERTftOSL THE EXPEKT SPECIALIST
wh?> stands hiyh in his profession, is acknowledged
to oe an exi^rt without a peer in the wide world inthe.
trsatuient and cure of PrlTate, Nervous and Chronic
1/"<t ,\ll^lRy. lmwured Manhood and Abuses
< f the System. RladJer, Kidney and all diseases of the
I rinary Ornna. Recent cases positively cured in 4 to
days. Ho mercury or caustic* used. Can be consulted
^?tn?*day ana Saturday frton itoWp.m. at am
Ofnce, 4. < c n.w. L. iers to leading physicians ot Baltimore.
Mam Othce.U) N. liberty at., BsJtuuortwlftd.
A C -f?& *EN-CHECKS IN glX HOURS
W tflPscnn. av%. Waehtngtoo. D. L
AUCTION SALES.
J/XTRAOUDINARY f-ALE OF TROT ! IN\< B0B8! i
thcrsday. September 4, 11 a m.. at p. p. s
NICHOLS' BAZAAR, Broad street, above Arch, lluiai
ipiaa.
The handsome black trotting' (reldint- Set tland?record
--H; two-mile record 4:'l. Can trot close to 2:.
now; is a god horse in hi? class.
Also the stylish chestnut trelditnr Nntirood, Jr.. with
rio record, but can trot ckse *>2:30 now. Has beer
riven together with Scotland atid mate? a last rota'
:eam. For full parti.-oars >ee to-morrow's issue. It
DUNCAN SON BROS., Auctioneers,
C jr. ath aud D sts. ti.w. (317 and 313 9th sU
BROKER SALE OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGE*.
CONSISTING OF GOLD ANI) SILVER W.ATCHE->.
GOLD RINGS, i HAJNS. 1*AMU.>D RINGS AND
HNS (CLUSTERS AND .SOLITAIRES). uOLD
BRAC' l.ETH, SILVER EORKM. KMVES. FIS't
AND Pit KNIVES. SPOONS. LADLES. NAPKIN
RINGS AND CTPS. UP. KA <il AS->ES, FIELD
GLASS S, AND GUNS. AT AUCTION.
OnWEDNESDA. MORNING. ->1.1 TEMPERTHTRD
1K84, eommenun.rat Vl N O'CLOCK. we wills.ll with
m our sale rooms, for account oi whoui it may concer .
the stock of unredeemed pledge; as purtly mentioned
above. By cider of
*I-2t P. WALI.ACH, Loan Broker.
rjliloS. J. FISHER & CO.. Real Estate Auctioneers.
i RUSTEES SALK OF SMAlL BRICK DWELLING
AND LOT No. 448 lU l > i KEE r NOR rHWES'l.
On WEDNE->DA V aF i LhNt 'ON. sEiTl MBLR
TENTH, lst-4. at HALF-PAST FIVK fS;Bt
'."CLOCK, In front of the premises we sha' 1 sel i M
l>y virtue of u deed of t ruji E'ebruary 10 h, 1381. and
duly recorded in Liber No. .#10, folio I t.' t seq. sub lot
number-d 3'J, in square 571, fronting 20 l.- ton Is
-tie-1, befw?n D and E streets northwest, with a depth
'if 103 feet to a 12-toot pubiic alley, impruved by a twostory
brick dwelling house, known as No. 418 1st street i
northwest. *
Terms: One-half ia cash; the refhain-ler in twelve
mouths with interest, and secured by a deed of trust . u j
the premises. A deposit i t $luo must be made at time j
of sale.
EDWARD J STE LLWAGEN,) |
Bel-d&ds FREDERICK 15. McofTRL, j Tl113tejsfJiUuMAS
DOWLING, Auctioneer.
CHANCF.RT SALE OF VAI FABLE IMPBOVFD
PROPERTY. BEING HOUSE AND PREMISES
ON NINE hi 1.NT1I TBI.! 1 NOlitHW E.sT. BETW1.KN
O AND It STREETS.
By virtu.-of decr<*?' passed in 1'qnity cause No
5.8:o, Docket 17. 1 will s 11. 011 Tl l.-DW. 1 HE Ji-jl
SIXTEENTH DAY uf SU' I EMBER. A D. ins-V**"*
AT IB t OTLoiK P. M? In front of the ) remises,
subdivision Lots Nos. 15 and 10. in squar. N\>. 13i. each
01 sai.t lots froutimr 'jo feet 011 T.'tli street, utul liavnisr a
depth ot 1'0 f. et. with a comfortable dwellimr house
and Improvements thereon.
Terms of Bale: One-third c :sli; residue in two equal
payments at six and twelve moiltl > with int-rust from
uay of sale; or at his option purchaser may pa* tin*
whole purchase money in i'wIl $ JO) to In; deposited at
tiiue of sale. Conveyancing at purchaser's cost.
FRED. m. JONES, Trustee,
sel-d&ils Gunton Buiiduiif, 472 Louisiana avenue.
TtUSCAXSON LRUS., Auctioneers.
SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED REAL FSTATF.
ON SOUTH SIDE OF LOITSIANA AVENUE,
BETWEEN SlX.ni AND SEVENTH STREETS.
We will sell at public auctiou. oil 8 ATURDAY. t-*?i
30th AUGUST. 1*?4. at FIVE o'l LO< K 1'. M.. yarty:;
01 lot number'd six (tj), in square numberci lmir x
hlir.dred and nfty-uine U">:)>. iroulk ir #ig-liti-cn (IS)
feet ou>j (l)inch on the south sid of Li.uisiaua avenue.
improved b* a three-story and basement brick
dweliiu< house, known 11a N.>. 606 Louisiana avenue.
'J he property will be ^?ld subject to a ihed of trust,
daltdon tiie 2d day of January, 1M83. recordetl 111 Lib r
1023. folio 472, of the land records of the District of
Columbia, to secure !j:!..'.00 in two years from 1st of
January, 1883, with six percent interest pajable semi- i
annually.
Terms of sale: Cash. Mortgage can Iw renewed Conveyancing
at purchaser's < >'St. A deposit ol .$100 required
at time of snie. Riirht reserved tv- resell if terms j
are i.ot complied with ii> seven days, at ri^k iiid c iat of :
purchaser, after five days j ublic notice ot such resale in
aome new spaper published iu \N asUington, D. C.
au23-d&iU
THE ABOVE RALE IS POSTPONED. ON Account
of the rain, until WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
THIRD, 1384, SAME HOI K AND PLACE
sei DUNCANSUN BROS, Auctioneers.
Two-htory frame dwelling, on foi r- anln
A-HALF ST.. BET. M A'ND N Sis. S. \V.
ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEM BER/tt
THIRD, AT HALF-PAST FIVE O'CLOCK, weMsS ;
will sell in frmit of the premises, the&.nth lrt fe. taial
friint of lot No. 10, by depth tuereot'. in square No. 545,
fronti?t*ou Four-and-a-half sireet and running back
to an alley, improved by two-story frame dwelling.
Tenus: One-third cash; tialauce 111 twelve and eighteen
months, notts to bear 6 p< r cent, iutertst. and to
be Kcur*d by d';etl of trust, t>r all cash, at option of
purchaser. Conveyancing at purchaser's cost; a de;>osit
of ill 1(1 required at sale.
au.y-d.tds DUNCANSON BROS , Auctioneccs.
^LNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF PROPERTY CORNER OF N
AND CANAL STREETS SOT THEAST 1
By virtue of_a deed of tru^t duly n cord.-d in liber/??t
No. 8"J4, folio 7H, et s<(j , < Tie of the laud records ...'- r;.
AVaalnmctoU county, in the District of COluuib a.
will sell at }>ublic auction, on THITI.-maAY. Foi liTH
I'AY UF SEPlMMBER, 1H84. at HAI.F-PAST FIVE
O'CLOCK p. M.. in Jront of tne preniises. :;ll that piece
or parcel of BTound l>liii.'in the city of Washington.
1?.strict of Colu.ebia, and kiiuwn a.- L t nnmb.-red l'otir
(4^. in squart liumbered s?*v. 11 huinlred and seventy-one
(.71), together with a 1 an 1 -iin^'iiar the appurtenances, '
riwhbi. privil. tres, iuiprov.nieiits and o!h> r hi r> ditajneiits
to the same bei^ntfUiif or in any wise aj iK-rtaiiiicg.
lenns: One-third rash, balance in <qnal instalment^
ill one and tw years, notes to b-ar int. ;.-t. payable
pent -aniiualiy, and to b. .-i-c,i.r. d by tl-ed of ti"K.--l on l
premises sold, orall cash, at optic 11 of purchaser A
u.-po.-it ol aHOO r- quired at time <. ! sal". Convejan insr,
&c., at pun has*, r's cost. If tern s are not complied with
111 ten days the I rusted reserve the richt to resell at
tiie iisk and c st of dt fiuiltim.' purchaser, after five 1
oa.vs' public 11 otic.- of such resale 111 some liewspaiier '
I uuli^hid in Washington, I;, c.
1 HOMAS S HOPKINS,> _ i
JOHN J. EDSON, i TrU8t?e3.
aul9-eo^dl?A;ds
rjpiiUMAS DUWLING, Auctioneer. I
TRl STFE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
PROPERTY IN 1. UKGLIUWN, NOS. 315'J AND
:H.o WEST S i KEE I .
Bv virtue of the trusts eoutained in the will
the late D- citw W. Edinonsto.i, n.hnitt.d t.. prol -itefeJ^
on the Hth^ day of ?>ctoU'r, Js7i?, and r-c.mted iri?1*
Liber No. 17, It -lio 4S.">, of t lie record- ! w ills ol t he District
of Columbia, I, as Trustee undVr said wil! (huvii-t? '
l*:.-ii substiiuttd as such Trust.- . instead 01 Joseph
L. Siiiiius. dtceasvd, the untfii.al trustee, by <1 -
cree ot the Supreme Court of the District
of Col umbo, iu E qui.) cause No. 7.4a. R. sella AI ,
bimms et al. versus A.la 1'.. Kjuk ?t ai. >. ?ill s. il a{
public auction, on SATURDAY, the THIRTEENTH
f'A.V OF SEPi EMB'.R, 1m4. at HALF-PAST EI > fcl
'CLOCK IN 1 HE AI I' RNQtjN*-ni front ot the premises,
the prop, rtj iiai:ed hi sa.d wiM a-, 'my lots . f
trrouiid himat.d on the north side of West street I
between ilb'li and Valley streets. ,11 he city o! Gc.iruv-t"wn
in th? District 1:0 lunwia. froatinif about sixtyiuiir
on suivi htivt-.t, hi:U iju)i*.oviu by t>\o two- i
s'ory j'tid l.a^k build.n^ tr mt dw ilinu--..ouaes " and
which property is mure particularly bounded and described
a-< ft llo\v?:
Ad that 1 art of lot- Nos. fifteen (151 r.nd sixteen (-1C). '
111 B?*uttie and 11. wkiiis' adu.tioii to Geotown uiiil of
IwBa eik-hn J)ol the-lip 111 saidlieOiyetown,bounded
Aiiild^ticnUti uii foiiuw.?> ^x'ii;iiijik' for xii &
point wn the north side of "\\tsi street seventy-two <72)
leet west 01" its int. rs.-et. 11 with Vall. v str-'et: th.-nce
HXty-loiir '<>4) le. t west, foil winy the line of sa.J
West b?ret; thet.ee due noith. at ritl.t an^l.- . to
Wr-Pt street, ioiiowint,' a party wall sixtv-six
(Wo feet, t.icnce northerly laiail. l wi;h llitrh street
eleven ail feet six'6) .11. h'-s. tln-nce easterly at rivht
awrles to High stre t twelve 1 U> n . t. tnetice northerly
paralh.1 with High street ele,- u ill) i : -.x to in.-iiesth>
le ast.ily at riirht a. tlea to IJiiati street thirtysix
i-iti) leet ten till) inches; th.-nce s ,utii tw.-uty-tlire
(Itvr.^ ;vj a,'-) east lilty-chrtu (5S> leet Pur-and a
hait(4\.). ches;theni esoutli ni' '-and a quarter(hyTees
(1'it uew.) east lourteeii tit f. et >ur-ard-a-q'iarter (41.)
in h> s, thence n a straiKld line thvty-sixCi'.i fi etj.diraud-three
'tilths (4 iiu-i < . t" tne place of !>einriniiiK\ I
tot' ther \4jih tli'e iuirrovi ike:i:s tie r. .-n.
1 la* prop rty will t.*- -oldent re. or . a. h <t tlie tw*o
hous.-< with adjacrtit lot separately, as desired.
1 i riii" ..t sale; One-hait c.ish; balance in one J*.*ar in '
tiote beannirinterest and s. eilr..(\ l?y deed of trust on ,
the pn-mi-es, or ali ca.-n. at tie option of the p:i>riia.-er.
Coiiveyauciuif at th" cost of the i urc aser sjslOO to l>e
paid down when the property .s knocked ..IT.
1 lat and abstract of title can b, seen at the office of
the trustee.
t ^ GEORGE A. KING, Trustee.
auJC-tu.th.stil* 14'20 New York avenue.
rjllKjMAS DuWLING, Auctl. iiccr.
TRUSTEES' SAtF. OF IMl'ROVE'.D REM, EST\TE
IN T HE CI I Y OF WASHINGTON
By virtue of a lie..d of trust, duiv r?-c. rdod
amuifth.) Land Rec. rds of i.,. District ol Co- iff?
lumbla. 1 1 Lils-r 10.2. tolio lt2.etsq.wc shall-WiiJL
sc.!. at piibiii' auction '.ti froiit o* tiie 1 .r.-ii.i--<- ^ t n
Monday, te7. L.tiiri u day of septe.mher at I
11\ E. < 1*1 I .Ot.. K P. Al.. a.l tliat c. 1 tain pai c *1 > ! irp mud
behsir iu the city ot Wa^hiu .-ton, in said D'str.et, and :
known as part of oriiriiuii l.ot .4 miu ;n 'J4. Uv'nII
iii/for the same at a point on the w. -t line of 2-l!ii i
street Is f? . t south from the north, a--: corn, r of said ,
lot. aud runnL theuce west 'M le. t 0 inches to we -t !
line ot said lot: th lie- south 11 .eet; ea-t 2'J t. et; south '
7 l''et; eas^uiw.st line <)t 24th street, and tl.el.c' lioiih
18 feet t.. th - place Ol b ?\: ni-.tr. Jmpruv.Hl by u frame
house. nuiiil*-ri-d 1210 2lt'i tr. et northv. s:
'1 eruis of :ia.._: Oue-tliir ' c.?-h, < 1 which !>?iOO l:lustl?C
paid at time ot silv, r?-sidv.e al 1 and 1.' months. resi?-ct1
vrly. C]w cent inte est. sccureil by liotvs of the purchaser
aud deed ot trust upon the j roperty sold, or all
Cash, at oitii>u of purchaser. Ii terms an not compiled j
w.th m,7 days thc-lruste.-s re-.-rve ti.e rwht to rcSell at
de.raulnnk' purchaser's cost and : uk.
CHAs. H. CIUOIN. }_ . .
n-.27 IQt CliAS. II CRAGIN. Jb? ,Trt.wtee8.
> i'KAMl'US. "
(< LNEl:AT. TRANSATLANTIC CoMPANY~
I BETWEEN NV w York, ANU Havuk.
Company's pier. No. 42 North River, foot of Morton
ft 1 eet. New York
Laurent, de Jons-. liii. Wetlnesdav. Sept. 3. 4 a. m.
Normandie. Fraugcul. Wednesday, S< pt. 10, n a. 111.
1 abrador. Collier, Wednesday, Sept. 17. 4 a. 111.
Checks payable on surnt. m amounts to suit. 011 till
Banque Transatla itiqueof P., 11s. Lot'IS DE BLB1AN,
Afrent. No. Bowline Green, New York.
G. W. MOSS, 225 l'? litis} Ivai u avenue;
J. W. Bu 1'E.LER & &UN. i?23Pennsylvaniaav. nue.
a 128 Aiteuts tor Waslunirton, D. 0.
?1 U N A B D LI N E.
N OTIC E .
LANE ROUTE.
TBF. CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY. T.TMITED.
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL.
CAT LING AT CORK HARBOR.
FROM PIER <0. N. R, NEW UlRK.
Owcot.x Wed., Sept. 3. Sfkvia Wed.. Oet. L
Gallia Wed., Sept. 10 OKEiiON 0<-t" 8
Avrama WeiL, Sep. 17. Uali.Ia Wed , Oct 15
Bothnia Wrtl..Sept. 24. Auuania Wed., Oct. 2X
AND EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM NEW YORK.
RA'l ES OF PASSAuE?too, $80 and $ 100, according
to sccommodatious.
Steerage at very low rates. Steer-ce tickets from LivfriH
ol aud gueenstowu anil all othe'r parts of Europe at
lowest rateti.
Through bills of laden jriven for Belfast. Glasgow,
Havre; Antwerj> and other ports ou the Continent, and
lor ileiutemiiiean i>orts.
*nd passage apply at the Company's office,
i ^iTT/ or >*Jth Steerage anil Cabin to
OTIS BIULLUW it CU , CO.*. 7th s*., WashiiiKtoii. D. C.
VEEN UN H. BRUWN & CO.. New York;
Or to Messrs. OTIS B1GELOW & c6..
_?U2? COS 7th street. Washington.
"\ORTH GERMAN LLOYD? '
Steamship Like Betwkkk New to ax, Hatbb,
__ . Lowdon. Sovthampton ani> Pbemf.n.
>his cohipany will sail EVERY WEDNKSDAY
AND SATURDAY from Bremen pi'-r, foot of
^Kat,'s of passage from NEW YORK
to LONDON,HAA REfBREMEN: By Wedne3la\ steamer
?Iirst cabin, $100 to 9150-. second cabin, o. By Saturday
steamer?First cabin. *75 . second cabin, >?50. Steer?S
r ireiglit or passag. apply to
Vil ?| *r SM" i Bowl]n>f Oreen, NewYork; W. O.
METZEKOT fk CO., a26 Pennsylvania avenua nortliw
?t; tllib. W ALI'ElU 342 D street. Agents fOr Washington
The cfjxuloid truss; that neverpreaks
never wean out, always clean, and can be worn
wniLe bathiutf, la tor sale at
CHAS. FISHER'S,
, . 23 7th street northw est.
, MRS. FISHER devotes her attention to Um wants of
Lady Patrons n.ii
physicians ast> Druggists
recommend
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ait ?00? g ?|
;;bbb n rm t^r fkb rrr sss
kBBb {{ 'f ? i8 H ssss
HBB U 1 T 8KB g ? ?8sS
as the best tonic.
This medicine, combining Iron with prtrs Vegetable
ig?w
rj jK-bes every rart of the sy?tem. purifies *nd enriches
the blood, strengthens the muscles and usrves and tuna
and mviKor!it<'8 tiie svstem. '
A FIN1 APPETI2fcR?Best tonic known.
("ure the worst case of Dyspepsia. removing all
distresmuK syrnptoms. such as Tastin* the FjSd. BeL5,.
,n?v,H'at the St. u*kh, Ilea.: uiroTetc.
only iron medicine that wttt vnt
blacken (?r injur*, the teeth
md to
iheutuv.t^kw^v ** W9E"? ?*
I"ersop< suffering irom th- effects of qyerwork ner
It is the only preparation of Iron that causes no inlu
S'3,VffiSf: ffir *nd """"SBSaSft
*lsssr%2a 3k hsssafa"4 ?*<
11 u bttuWN chemical cj? Baltimore. Md.
Gold mll>al Paris. is78.
baker's
breakfast cocoa.
Warranted absolutely pure Cocoa, from which the cx~
cess of Oil has been removed. It has three times ttfft
stremrtli of Cocoa raised with Starch. Arrowroot or
Sn^ar. ami is therefore fur mora economical. It is
delicious. ttourisiiing, strvnKth^uins. easily digested
and admirably auajju-U lor invalid* as well as lur per-'
sous iu health.
feold by grocers everywhere.
w. baker & CO.,
fcv3 dorchester. ma33
August Clearing Out Sales
lansburgh & bro.
will sell out this month the remainder
of summer goods at slaughtering prices
previous to tearing down the walls to
connect our new building with OUR PRESent
store. we shall sell any goods in
our* thirty-five departments at lbs9
than cost to make room for our fall importations,
which will 8hoiwly come in.
all our 5. c and Sc. lawns, warranted fast
colors. reduces to *4~cents. our 12* and
15c. lawns reduced to 8 cents.
remnants qf these at your own price to
close.
all dress goods at less than half price,
as we do not want to carry them to next
season.
bleached table linens.warranted pure,
full widths, reduced to 40c. from 60.
10,000 washer all-linen huck towels at
12>, cents.
napkins? napkins!!
odds and ends of some and hundreds of
dozens of others at a great sacrifice.
about too pairs last season's blankets,
which we have marked at great bargains.
a i- i-.w may be soiled from dust, but they
are mostly in good order. we want to
close them before ~the rec1ipt of goods
for this fall.
400 full size comforters, filled with
white cotton, at $1, actual value $1.75.
white goods! white goods !!
splendid check nainsook reduced to 7c.
excellent india lawn reduced to 11c.
from 18c.
L000 YARDS DOTTED*"and figured swisses
REDUCED TO 12'*c. FROM 30c.
jerseys! jebseys !
IN ENDLESS variety at a great reduction.
great sacrifice in ladies' underwear.
somfof these alle slightly soiled and
will be sold at half price,
200 dozen aprons, full deep ruffles, loo.
to early buyers of fall and winter
goods our stock carried over from last
SEASON is very* desirable, and as we intend
to commence our sales with fresh
goods only WE offer great INDUCEMENTS
on tnf. third floor i>tthe above goods
vke iht elevator.
COTTONS AND SHEETINGS, BROWN AND
Iw v!1,?' 2K all the well-known brands
spllndid ten-quarter bleached sheetl^.wt,,20
cents per yard. best pequot
pfr yard v ca8e cotton 12* cents
w wwws* are prepared fob the
do it shall not flinch from loss to
wr-r u-t- ?il 2^ clerks areoffon furlough,
v, >1 ? kk one hundred to wait on
i ivu promptness during these hot
1>A JL o.
lansburgh Si bro.,
au21 *&. 422 and 424 SEVENTH STREET.
.n oah walker <t c3.t cjlothing
f if Pennsylvania Vn FOR HOT WEATHER.
noah walker & 00^,
CJ.'Pennsylvania Kvx.
noah walker & co. tt .
At horns, mountain top.
tif Pennsylvania or } y- Nuns' Cloth.
i.? rennsj ivania .Hi borer', eersucker. AlpaciL
SOill WALKUiiuX Imlj'vuauS''""1
"'jwc-ii *? ajjst
noah walker & CO.,
c25 Pennsylvania av\ Drapdvta V^ts^1*6* and
noah walker & co.. lcfkSuiU?'*sauor411(1 n<>rtilPennsylvania
a/a
noah walkkr * co, fccf
IliPe.ujsylvania Av*
noah walker & go.
Cif Pennsylvania A?a
koah walker 4 co. n0ah walker & co^
<15 Penr.sy 1 vaniaAva. ^C4 626 Pennsylvania Avo
The Best
ur Ccnj.(V Lhtrunnt widl;iiaCHarnes8 a specialty.
lutz & bro..
^'Pennsylvania Avenn?.
IM .M
1 vcr> Pennine concord liARNE4>S hae zmsss
J mit anu traiie-mark stamped ou it. mjU
gest in the world!
cl'per ten
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ASK YOUR GROCER
h. a h. w. cathebwood,
my34-3m HilLADKLPHIA.
T AMP CHIMNEY8 REDUCED
SmaU girnSL ^ ^
dozen. Mail order* promrUyMtehdSd U>
\Jin tt;niJ road way htyle, of best material, 25 per cent lew
s^St no^hw?i BR0DT* tba 41^th
THE "OTTO" GAS ENGINE
no ^?Ber. avoids all expenaive tttMdlM
2d Edition.
Latest 'Mens to He Star
THE OHIO 911XE T??OlBLES.
Threatening Attitud 'the Striken in
Hocking' Valley?A Resume of the
Situation.
Cincinnati, O.. September l.?The situation in
the Hocking valley 6 mcxti dangerous II the miners
once organize lor offensive measures. Perhaps
10,000 men are Idle, and have been so lor months,
because of disagreement between thetn and the
mine owners about the price to be paid for uuulug.
The owners have adopied the plan of employing
miners from elsewhere, Italians and
others, willing to accept lower rates, ami
also of using machinery where practicable. Thus
these men in idleness, with tamlues dependent, see
their places to-day filled by foreigners aud the last
hope of employment at any price cut off. The Introduction
of "blacklegs," as the men are called
who work at lower rates than the miners claim ls
Just, has been attended with some disturbances.
The mine owners have been compelled to litre
guards to protect the men irom violence, and the
"blacklegs'have been virtually imprisoned In the
mines.
An Account of the Riots.
There has been talk for some time that the
miners would concentrate and drive the "blacklegs"
from the mines. The work of Saturday ulght.
was the first Indication of carrying oui such puri
pose. A furthur account of that disturbance says
that it culminated at half-, ast l o'clock Sunday
morning by an attack of armed strikers, variously
estimated at from 75 to 100. resulting In the instant
killing of one guard and the wounding of two
others. It ls known that quite a number of the
attacking party were shot, but it ls impossible to
ascertain their names. I mil recently snake Hoilow
has been guarded by 35 Pinkerion guards, but
a few days ago they were transferred toother
points and their places rilled by guards trom Logan
an l that neighborhood, in number, armed
with breech-loadim; snot-guns and a brace of re- .
volvers apiece.
At the ilme of the attack but seven guards were '
on duty. They gave the alarm and opened lire, j
The rest of the guards railled, and for ten minutes
a continuous Are was kept up. More than l.QUO
shots were exchanged and the strikers were at last
driven back. Wm. o'Hara. of Logan, an old vet- !
eran of the late war, was doing guard duty at the
time. The strikers no doubt knew his position, as
he was taken by surprise. He was heard to say: ;
"For God's sake, gentlemen, have mercy," and was
Instantly shot dead, more than forty buckshot ens |
tering his body and literally tearing away his
shoulder. He was an Industrious liian, much es- i
teemed, and well known in Logan. He leaves a !
wife.
Jacob Lift, an ex-police officer of Logan, was ;
shot through the call of the leg by buckohot, but
not dangerously. Adam Baurer, a German uiul
unmarried, aged about as years, was shot in the ;
head by buckshot, receiving a scalp wound, which
is Hot dangerous.
Barney Donnelly, Albert Riggs and William Humphrey,
track layers, w. re a-Mfcep in a barn just outside
the picket line. The barn was surrounded by
th? strikers and all three captured. Donnelly was.
knocked down and badly beaten, but the !
others escaped. Donnelly said there were about i
I seventy-five In the party, all masked. Some !
j had their faces blackened, others had handker- !
chiefs tied over their faces, and all were armed
with shotguns, pistols and rifles. He says that
while with them one was sin*, down and tell lnuj
the arms of another and was carried off. He thinks
several were badly wounded.
From Donnelly's statement It appears that a
second attack was to be made. He says: "After
being captured I was taken out on the road a dls- j
tasce of about a quarter or a mile, w here relnforee- j
menus were expected. The man who appeared to !
be the leader said: 'Boys, It ls no use to-nighu
Our reinforcements have backed out.' "
The operators say the object of the attack was to
Intimidate the new men and ruu them off.
The President on the Box.
the coaching parade at newport to-dav.
Providence, K. L, September 1.?The coaching
parade at Newport took place this morning. The
line was led by the president, August Belmont,
with President Arthur on the box
beside him. Nine other coaches followed, with .
their roofs filled wixh prominent society people. ,
The avenues through whlcli the procession
passed were crowded with cottage folks, and many
of the officers of the English siilp Northampton
were among the crowd on the footways.
The meet was made at tl:45 and the start at
i The Hue moved up to President Belmont's farm at
Portsmouth, where the whole company were his
guests at luncheon.
Besides President Belmont's, the coaches 1n line
wore tlio^ of Col. Geo. Fearing, F. K. Stungis,
Hugo Fritche, E. M. Padellor, .1. J. Van Alen, Isaac
Bell, jr., E. D. Morgan, Oliver Lselln :ind F. Hogers.
! The wfiole made a magnificent spectacle. The pro:
wsslon moved slowly along Bellevu - avenue and
Kay street, down Ayrault street to Broadway, and
j by the east road to Mr. Belmont's farm.
i Trouble Brewiii&r for the White Star
i I.ine.
| New York, September l.?The commissioners of |
emigration have notified collecior Robert sou of the i
action or the White Star steamshlo company In
turning adrift from the Brltr.inti -,"jo einitrants '
for whom no provisions was nude for forwarding
to their destination, communicating with their
friends or protecting them from sharpers. The
Secretary of the Treasury will be notliled ?f the
matter.
! Prohibitionist Nominations for Con*
grew,
Ci.kvei,and, o., Septemt>er l.?'The prohibit lonlsts j
of the :ilst district to-day nominated Abraham
Teacnout for Congress.
Jay Odell was nominated by the same party^in
the 19th congressional district.
No Change in Prices of Coal*
Philadelphia. Pa., September l.?T ie septern- i
ner circular of Prices of Coal-, issued by the 1'hiladelphia
and Reading Coal and Hon company, today,
make no"changes in the rates ruling the past
month.
| The Newcastle and Middlesex R. R.
the projector says it is not a frach.
j Pittsburg. Pa., septemper 1.?Thos. P. Simpson
i has telegraiihed rrom New York to the editor of the
; Chronicle and Teltyraph in relation to the alleged
scheme to victimize capitalists in Europe with
bonds purporting to have b en issued by me Newcastle
and Middlesex railway company, of Pennsylvania,
which it was claimed had no corporate
existence, that the articles of i&sociation or tlie .
Newcastle and Middlesex railway company were
filed in the office of the secretary of state on the I
ayth of July, but the lssuafnee of tile charter was :
withheld pending an attempt to settle the Newcastle
Northern railway controversy, and that, as
; to there being any fraud in the matter, such accusation
is false.
A Fatal Leap.
Toronto, Ont., September l.?Two prisoners :
while being brought from l'ort Arthur to the ,
Kingston penitentiary jumped from the steamer I
into Lake superior. one of them, named Drake, i
was drowned. The other was recaptured.
Attempt to Wreck a Train in Virginia.
Alexandria, Va., Seotember 1.?The southern :
train which left here last night at li o'clock on tlie j
Virginia Midland railroad was thrown from the i
trtick, abfkit three miles from Lynchburg, the j
bolts lia\ ing been removed from the rails by some
miscreant. The entire train left the track,"but no i
person was Injured.
Itlore Strikers.
Columbcs, O., September 1.?The miners In tho
Ohio central region, along Sunday creek, went out
to-day on the pretext or not getting the September
advance. It is expected that they will join the
Hocking valley strike, being adjacent to that territory.
Latest Foreign New* by Cable.
an innocent man hanged.
London, September j.?vr. Timothy Harrington,
M. P. ft*- \Vesimeath, has written a letter stating
that Patrick Joyce and Patrick Casey made a deposition
while in prison asserting the innocence of
Myles Joyce, who was hanged lor the Maaintrasna
murder. Tliis deposition was never published.
Mr. Harrington fcajshe will submit the matter to
parliament.
prayers against hie cholera.
Rome, Septeml>er 1.?llis holiness the pope ha3
issued an encyclical letter. In which he enjoins upon
the faiMiful that prayers should be offered against
tlie cholera, and also for the freedom of Uie hoiy
set and the prosperity of the church.
cholera in spain.
Alicantb, September l.?It is feared that cholera
haS appeared here. Two suspicious deaths have
occurred in a family which recently came from Algiers.
Three others lu the ramlly are 11l Every
precaution ls taken to prevent the spread of the
coittagion, if it ls cholera. The clothes of the deceased
have been burnea and a cordon established 1
about the house.
ptrcck on a rock.
London, September l.?The German ship Marco
Palo from Bremen for New York, struck a rock off
Fal Isle, Scotland, and immediately broke up.
Part of the crew were rescued, but almost dead
from exhaustion.
The Government the Owner of the
monument Site.
Officiate at the State department say that the
Washington Monument S oclety does not eontrol the
site of the Washington monument.Theproperty was
conveyed to the government January 19, 187?, by
W. W. Corcoran and John B. Clarke, executive
officers of the society. The deed was filed at the
State department.
Commissioner Prick was at his desk to-day, and
to-morrow he will move back again to the Interior
department building.
a Wife's Petition for Divorce.?Virginia v.
Hard ere, by D. E. CahU and C. M. smith, to-day applied
for divorce from Jno. w. Murders, charging
him with being au habitual drunkard, fading to
support her and repeatedly treating her with great
cruelty.
Judge James to-day in the cases of Blerman,
Heidelberg & Co. against M. F. Elseman, gran tea a
motion to reduce the bond from $10,000 in each case
to an undertaking to pay all damages which may
occur by reason of the appeal.
1
No Ykiaow Feveb on Board.?Surgeon Murray
Informs the surgeon General of the marine hospital
that the bark Atlanta, from New Orleans, with supposed
cases of yellow lever on board, which was
recently sent to the quarantine station at Block
island, proved to be entirely free of contacrtous disease
of every kind.
Commissioner Buttkxwobtb will man to the
city on Wednesday.
i
WAR DEPlBTnEXT CLEBKS.
*
Appointment* ?ud Rnlfaattm.
Tae following: civil service appointments have
been made in the War department: F. K. Du Paul,
\11ch.; W. T. Wallace, Miss.: D. C. Jordan. *a;
' .lenry Carer, Pa.; J. G. Goss, Pa.; K. K. Neal.
I tit!; Frank J. Darling, I1L; TBomas L. Matchett,
Pa.; Frank F_ StebblnA Mass., and G. P. Smith, Jr.,
I), t'.. to $1.000 cl.uss, A. G. a, and K. & Magee.
tl,000 class, rdnance office.
The I llowing clerks in the War department ha**'
resigned:?J. >hn T. H ill, class $1,000, paymaster
central s otllco, and T. W. Burke. E. S. Durment,
and H. 1L Hazard, class 1, attorney general's office.
Dr. Orafton Tyler's Will*
The register of wills lias received for probate the
will of the lute Dr. Grafton Tyler. He leaves to his
son, I)r. Bowie Tyler, $500 in c;ish, all of his surgical
instruments, medical books and library; to his
daughter, Anna C. Belt, he leaves 9400 In ca&h;
lo bis son William Tyler *500. free from liability, for
lils debts; to his son Grafton Tyler, bis gold watch.
The set of silverware, presented to the deceased by
ibe Georgetown college authorities, the teetator
directs to be divided between his children, except
his son Ktchard W. B. Tyler, the children to select
.iceordtng to their age. the elnest having first
choice. The piece of silver presented to deceased
by Bit hard T. Merrick Is to be given to w. Bowie
Tyler. If any silverware remains It is the prlvll gof
the children to take It, and II this Is
not done. It is to be equally divided between them.
Charles M. Matthews Is named as executor, and all
the real estate is left to him, with power v> convey
aud sell the same; provided mat the testators
daughter, Mrs. William D. Cassin, shall have leave
to occupy the premises at the corner ot Gay and
3oili street*, aud the use of the furnitHTe therein,
lor one year after the death of testator, provided
she takes care of Richard W. B. Tyler (who Is an
Invalid). The remainder of the estate is given to
i.raitoii Tyler, Samuel Tyler, Richard A". B. Tyler,
Mary A. Cassin, susan L. Hyde and Anna C. Belt,
1m equal portions.
The Laic Rev. Mr, Brosks,
the remains removed to-dat fro* tbi house to
the chcrcil
The remains of Rev. John IL Brooks, the late
pastor of the colored Baptist church, on Vermont
avenue,were to-day removed from the parsoiage to
the church, whene they will lie In state until the
luneral, which will occur to-morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock. The church has been very profusely draped
In mourning, and this afternoon there was 4 great
throng of people collected in the vicinity when the
remains were brought there. All day yesterday
and from an early hour this morning there has
been a constant stream of people going In and out
of the ik jus.'. While the ruaaius, wlilch are encased
In a handsome casket, lie in state at the
church the deacous and elders will act as a guard
ol honor.
The funeral will take place to-morrow afternoon,
and as many of t he colored clerical associates of
the deceased as possible win participate In the
services. The sermon will be delivered by Rev.
Win. uibbous. the pastor of Zlon Baptist church, In
south Washington. The-societies of the Sons and
Daughters of Liberty, of the Good Samaritans, of
No. 5 Lily of the Valley, and the Society of Moses,
of which the deceased was a member, will attend
in,a body. The hoarse will be drawn by four horses,
nnd the interment will take place at the Young
Men's burying ground.
.llr, Curtis and the School Board*
he gives some reasons wgy h? is not on the
important comm.ittres.
The fact that Mr. W. W. Curtis, the oldest member
of the school board, was not given a place on
the Important committees of that body, recently
appointed by President Warner, has occasioned
some comment among those Interested In the management
of the sehcoL A Star reporter to-day
called Mr. Curtis' attention to this gossip.
44 Yes,*' he replied. 441 did get left off of most of
the committees. I mu>t see Warner about that. I
voted for him, and I think that he ought to have
treated me belter. Still I don't care to complain.
I am satisfied. I know perfectly well that some
would like to have me off of the board entirely,
because I am not in with the
ring* that manages the public schools.
They run everythlng.and the favoritism that exists
is controlled by them. But 1 suppose that there Is
a ring in every public Interest. I must say that,
under the present management, the schools have
iteen prosperous arid the ring control has not as
yet become corrupt. Still, In various ways. It works
sin Injury. I, however, have not the time or the
inclination to make a llgnt against It and do not intend
to."
District tioveriiment Affairs*
elilding operations in august.
A comparative statement of the number of building
permits of Augxut this year and the corresponding
month la-t year shows that the number of new
bulldintrs erected last year were 116, and 157 repairs
made, the fees far which were {506; for the month
of August Just pa.-v-.ed 113 new buildings and 131 repairs.
the fees of which were $609. Building Inspector
KnMvislc has not yet commenced the compilation
of his annual report, but thinks the fiscal
vear's work just passed will compare favorably
with that of the corresponding one last year, both
in respect to number of buildings erected aud the
total values oi the same.
assignment of poi ice and fire department
burgeons.
The police and fire department surgeons have
lven assigned the following precincts and fire
stations: It. Magfuder. second and sixth precinct
station bouses aud engine houses N'os. 1 and 2; Dr.
Havne, fifth nnd seventh precinct stations and
engine houses Nos 3 and 6; Dr. Kleinschmldt, third
and fourth prlcincts and truck B and No. 5 engine
company, and Dr. Mclviin, first andeighth precincts
and truck A aud No. 4 engine company.
personal tax.
The Commissioners have directed Collector Cook
to enter on a vigorous collection of the personal
tax. There Is a large amount, of this tax, due la
May last, still unpaid. The officers have been instructed
to make distraint in all cases when the
bulls presented and not paid.
police changes.
J. T. Morgan and G. J. llowdedt were on Saturday
appointed policemen, officer Meieter, a new
appointee, has been dismissed trom the force.
the sewer work.
Mr. F. 1*. Murphy, contractor, of this city, who |
has the contract awarded to him for laying 22*000 ;
feet of 12 Inch pipe sewer and 7,000 feet of 24-lnch :
pipe sewtv, will commence the work to-morrow.
He got very little of the brick seweis, others outbidding
him. The bulk of this District sewer work
was awarded to Mr. Thoma.-. McCann, an old street
contractor of New York city, who will begin work
In a tew days. Mr. owen o Hare, of this city, well
known as a" reliable contractor, has? considerable
portion of this work to do, and Is also ready to
start operations.
fencing the railroad tracks.
To-day Col. Johnson, road master; Mr. Boiling,
engineer, and Mr. Leu'ge. Washington agent of the
l'?. and O. radroad, came before the Commissioners,
Capt. Greene being also present, and laid before
them plans U?r fencing all t he tracks between K
st reet and depot with gatf*s at every street crossing.
The plan and designs -or fence was approved,
but those showing location of gates are held for
further examination. The feuclng has Iron posts
and pickets and wooden rails.
building permits
have been Issued by inspector Kntwisle as follows:
Frederick Deitz, repair brick ice house, square 602;
$800. F. stick tie v. repair irame 6H7 M street nortuwest;
$200. C. M. Ingersoll, repair brick southwest
corner Sth and^: streets northwest; *300. F. P.
Hill, rep-.dr brick 1211 Pehsylvanla avenue northwest;
f400. Thomas Jefferson, erect a two-story
dwelllng, C, between 2d and 3 streets southwest;
SiHio. Samuel F. Shreve, erect a two-story store
and dwelling, Anacostla; {3,000. J. A. Seller, erect
a dwelllng, Pomerov street; $200. W. B. Todd, erect
a two-story and basement dweiling, 11th street, between
L and M streets northwest; $3,000. M. E.
Allen, repair brick. 404 13th street northwest: $2,000.
\\ ill).m Noack, repair brick dwelling, corner 8th
and K streets southwest; $800. Robert Downing,
repair brlek, rear ot 1322 9th street northwest; $250.
James Crown, repair frame, rear of22110th street
southeast; $100. A. Horsthman, repair frame, 322
8t h street northeast; $150.
War in the Family.?William Davis, a neatly
dressed young man. was charged In the Police
Court tills morning with assaulting his two slstersin-law,
Lizzie Kngie and Jessie FarrelL, who testified
that Davis came to their house, on Virginia
avenue, last nleht under the Influence of liquor;
that he engaged lii a dispute with his sick wife,and
Jessie started to put him out, when he struck her
In the eve with his fist. Lizzie then entered the
room and began to assist her sister, when Davis
cautjlit the former by the halr.dn.gged her out the
door, and kicked her several times aoout the body.
The defendant admitted slapping Jessie, but denied
the remainder ot the charge. He was fined
$20 or sixty da^s in JalL
An Inhuman Father.?Esau Elnkney, colored. 38
years old, residing In Cox's alley, was arrested this
morning on the charge ot cruelly bfcatlnghlseightyear-old
boy. He was arrested by Detective Block,
upon the complaint of Wm. Lloyd, a neighbor. The
bov, who is very black. Is Intelligent for his age.
He was undressed at police headqu ar ters^and presented
a frightful appearance, being scarred trom
head to foot. When i^sked If be was afraid of hla
father, lie replied that he was. Plnkney was taken
to the Police court, where he was committed for a
hearing. Llovd says that he has often seen the boy
be iten badly without interfering, but on this occasion
he was afraid the boy would be killed.
The Court*.
Police Court?Judge Mills pro tem.
To-day, James Frawley, cruelty to animals, $5.
George Reed, colored, assault on his wile Jennie, $&major
Powell, the chief of the geological survey,
has submitted his annual report to the Secretary
of the interior, in which he states that the
district in which the most work has been done is
in the nort h Atlantic and a telegraphlcal map of
New England is making progress. As a basis for a
loc;U geological s?idy,by Mr. W. J. McGpe, ade-?
tailed large scale map of the District of Columbia
and adjacent portions of Virginia and Maryland
has been commenced
Adjutant General Brum expects to sail for
home from Southampton on the 4th of September. ]
* Died at Newport*
Providemcb, R. L, September i.?Mrs. Lucy Ann
Freese, widow of the late Purser Thomas Breese,
U. 8. navy, and daughter of the late Hon. R. K. i
Randolph, died this morning m Newport, in her
gist year, she was the mother oC the late CapU j
Breeae,<U. S. N.
Three Cincinnati Belles recently engaged In a i
swimming match. "When taken from the water,"
says a local reporter, "neither lady was exhausted, 1
but what followed was the moot trying clrcuin- i
stance of the day. The ladies fell to kissing the i
swimmers with the greatest rapacity, and oonUn- <
ued the exercise until the trio were worn out. Such t
expresdons as 'You dear sweet,' *How awfully mag- t
nlflcent you do swim,' 'Weren't you afraid the hor- <
rid fish would bite you?' and 'How nice you do <
look,' were beard on every hand." *
; .. r f..; * .
n.tiMCUL AND eonnERCUI.
Hw JJew T*rk 9t*rk MarkH.
TTf following are the r^niac and s p. in. prl*^
(i the New York Stock St.irk.ei t.vUr, a.* r-^>ru'J
ty special wire to H. K. Dodga, .sw i;>ia street:
Xame. Q. >3pm Aaw. O. Sp.:ti
ran. Pac. 44?i? .N. J. o*?n? soy, :-v.
t an. Sou. ?>* Sf> X. Y. cent . ltn iui'>4
ent. Pac ?>* .M.VC.isuL., * ....
' hes. * Ohio.. 7\ IK), pref 11*. 11**
Da lstpret.. 14 Nor. tw'tst p '
Do. adprfL.. ...North Pac J'<v ? ',
C. B. * Q... !131)^ 130 Do. pr?f .... ,V? 4V.
I C. C. C. 4 1.... 4y>s Korth*?st nu?, ^ 4
roLCoaL it) j I?a pp't ... M ttlw
fL 4 Hud 96 1 Ohio 4 ?lss.... J
n.,HW !10P^ 107*, orvcon Trans. 11%
Den. * R. o... .. .. i*^ ont. ? West ... n 4 i:\
t.T.,Va.40a. 5s 1'^c. Mail : 4*-, ?s-,
*. T.,V.? t*.p I 8h IVo. D. A. E 14^
Krte 15V 15*? Reading ?7 if> ?
Do. ads ' ?i floj, Kock 1*1 ur> 114 ,
111. Ont 184 Koch. a P 4k 4
l.il&w i 16)| myslpml ?v fil^
L.K.JTW 13 IS IKH ['!> ( 110 llo
!.ake shore....I MS >'? St.P. 4 Omaha :? , ,
Lou. t Nash. ..I 31 ^ *>s Da iref ??". hMich.Cent
! ? 6* St. P.. M. a M. ;<> ^
M. K. ? T i 19^ 18* Texas Pac is li' ,
Minn. 4 St. L. .14 14 I'nionPac... 4f . 4*
Da pre!.... j tko, Wub. p*e ; <>% < h
Mo. Pac I Wk si7* no. pa?i 14 i:
Mob. touio...( io Weal, tuioa .. u> isi-*
Na*iL 4CUat.., 3S*
Bean In the AMendant In lft all Sirrej.
New York, seotember l.?The Post ?ys or t l?r?
stock market thai the general news of t lie iiiornli.:;
was somewhat bearish. tn the fact that the cutting
ou passenger rates by the eastern trunk 11 aes continues.
Among western roads then- is also rate
cutting on passenger business bet ween Chic igo .uid
st. Louis anil other southwestern points. Then" 1*
also an apparentincreasing determination on tie*
part of the other western trunk lines to break up
tue tripartite agnement between tin- I'mon Padii ,
tfie Rock Island and th^ st. Paul, It ix-inc now retorted
that thf Northwestern wnl nor ret iru tiitii"1
western Trunk Line association as lone as tii.- tripartite
agreement remains in totve. i u< v. ' ? as ,<?
extremely light business In railroad lt?> 1> to ti (.?
o'clock, and prices, while irregular, were k-enerauv
lowar.
The RalUtuorr Inrkot*.
BAjLTTMORE. Sfptrnibr 1.?Vlnr'ni* now t<'Ti fort
32. Vnvlula new thrt-es iJ'?. North Carolina ?.x ?. < .<1
1.07 bid to-d?r.
BALTIMORE. Mn.. Sfptcmlfr 1 -fottnn du!i?mtl<Uin?.
10',. VVmr tiufcC tsd usailiiiUjr it??4| Ho?r?rd
street ?U<i wantex:) t.uj?r.75. ilo ?-xtra. 7.
do. fcmily. 4.<H(a6iw. ?-tty mills sui*r. .'.j7a:i.7j i
extra. it.00a3.o0. tk>. Kio tiraU'l". 4.,Cwt4.s7. l'ata|'*x n
iainily. 5.50. do. *ui<erlativc pat. ut. c..oo. Wn-a: eoathern
?t?.vly; western tlrui.T. MHiili<-ni r. <1. : l
do. amber. IttaSO. No. 1 Mary Inn 1. ;?4ii.M X.. 2 w. -t 1
eru wlnt?r red. spot, aud Kf| i<niit?T ssx . m-;, l r.
Xcvcuil^r, SJl^jMi'l',. Com? nutii- ni .
western easier, southern wiitt-. ?'sa?v. <*.- . > " *. cu .
w?*U*rn iuixe<l. s,ot. oUJwkHiV, OetoU-r. .r>:? t>iJ ?'atn
firmer and quiet?southern. wtt.tt rn ?l?it.-,;'.:i.i ...
do. mixed. 30aii2; 1VjiUs> ;<0a34. Kye .lull, >
Hay dull?prune to cboii* l'Aiiuxylvamu ami >lar>ian.i,
13.0l>al(t.00. Proviaiouu fsivh i><Uvr tud %-t<-ady. M
I>urk, ltf.'J5. Uulk uxiats?alKHild'-rs an 1 < l.ar ril> nil?-s.
packed. feallV- Baton?shoulJ*rs 'v\: clear rili
l'i*k. Hams. lSVjaltt^. Lard?r?ftii iit i'Vj. Butter tiria
for choice?western, pst-ktsl. Male, creatu'-ry. ics.'i
E?ors firmer. 17al8. IVtrbleuni quic-t?n-Hu?ii. 7\iCoffee
eaay?Kio cargoes, oroinary t.> tair. A.
hu?rar ateady?A soft, 6\; copi>er n lin.sl vj'.i ei. j,;.
Whisky steady, 1.15. tYritf'tiU to Lari rtHXtl p. r j,: nui' r
doll and easier?ootton. J*?.L; flour. Is.: tmou, 'j 4a.vl.
H?ceiptb?flour. 1.151 baireli^ wiieat. 94.'**' l.i:-iieU.
corn. 6.0<>0 bushels; oats. 9.nt*t luish- s. ry<-, li?iltustu
eis. Shipment*?wheat. 57.000 bushels; corn. S<?? mi-Uels.
bales?wheat, 403.00U hushcls; u rn, 7.UJ0 1'Uniieis.
Tlie C hicago Market*.
CHICAGO. III. September, 1.?The wcatlierl* clear,
warm. On 'Change, at 1115 a. in., wheat mie, a'!? .1
to S higher.com unchautred to lower, o.n -< 1. w ?.
P?ra, 50. lower for all the year delivery, ami iani 5a7 \r.
huhtr.
CHICAGO iLt,.. Septen:ls-r 1. 1 p. ni ? Clewing t'rices:
MTieat? September. 79r?aHO; <X-tof>er. MlSaMl^ . ^ inber.
83^ag3S; Deceuilier. 85**- C?rn?SepHnher. .V. ?;
October, 50*j; Xoreuiber, 4?'.'i; year. 4-'*f May. 4 1,:
Jauuary. 41, pomiaal. 0*ta?September. 2.>S <Vt<>b?r.
'2C)<; rear, 16';. May, P^rk?Septemt.er, li?.oo,
nominal: Octoi>er, ly. noraltial; y.-nr. la 40. T^ud ?
September. 7.55; October, 7.6i; November, 7.0'2*4. December,
7.65.
The Petroleum Market.
eLET2ELA?iD,0.,Septembcrl ?Petroleum unchangei.
Standard white. HOdeir test. *V
SciriDB of Prof. Stokr<?a Sprlngfl.'ld. Mat",
dispatch says that Klchard saner st. rrs, ,i pr?-.
lessor In th?Ilarirord deaf and dumb asylum, aud
well known as a man of rinc literary ?i*i.?lit i"s, sitot
hluiseir Uirou^h the heart at his h me Saturday
afternoon while suffering from mental d- pres-ton. 1
He was graduated from Amherst roll \'e in ^.v.'. Hi
valedictorian of his class, some years ago he w.ts '
offered the Latin professorship In his c>;k'ge. At
one time he was associated with Pr. sHient i.allaudet
in the utdverslty for deaf mutes In tills city,
ana he has been a contributor to various mag ?iiie-s
and papers. He was fifty-three years old and unmarried.
He h;ts suffered for several m >nth~ from
sleeplessness, and lias shown of tusiiiity. .
Tust before committing suicide It. packed his truo*
to go to Clifton Sptlngs for treatment.
Ranab of the TrntRMOHETHR.?The mnowin^
were the readings at the o,;he of th<> elilei sigh a I !
officer to-day: 7 a-m., 00 9; 11 a.m, 75.3; a p.m., .7.a.
Maximum, 78.0; minimum, 57.?.
Loral .
An assignment, i|i:>de by Autrust P. HafftiAr, of a !
Jewelry store, at ?!08 12tli stn-et northwest, was
placed on record to-day. Preference 1-. given to
Ella R. Haffner for f3,joo. which Is claim '?i as borrowed
money.
J. Slillllngton sends "Demor?>u's Ponfolio of ,
the Fashions'' and " The Season' for October.
Tllnerti In Arm*.
H0CXIN0 TALI.EY. OHIO, TI!E SCENE OF A FATAL
KIOT? TKOOPS OKI?EKEI? ot'T.
The labor troubles la the llockln^ VaUey, Ohio,
have at last reached a jiolut where bhiodshed and
rioting have tsurun. A dispatch frota Neisoii\"llle.
Ohio, saj's that at midnigltt Saturday night 3 ?) or >
400 masked men, heavily arui< d, appeared .it Snake
H5llow, in the H<xklng Valley. rl heir appeara'i :o !
was the signal for firms:-from the guards. ?hl !i j
was promptly and vigorously r-plied to oy the at- I
tacking party of miners, 'i he tiring was very brisk j
for a few minutes, und wlivii th smoke cle .i ii
away It was found that o H ira, from Logan, Ohio,
who was acting as capta u or the Snake r.oiiovv
guards, was lyiuc dead tvitli s-v? ral buiiet li -s in
his body. Two others of the nart bad iwdni I
slight fl?sh wounds. It Ls not knoa n whetht r any
of the miners were wounded. None were left oh
the Held. It is said that the attacking party had
ropes wltti which to hung "black l?vs," who l.ad
been repeatedly warned to desist from working, i
ana that they ha<l actually plac'el ropes ar?>uiid the
necks of two men. The telegraph wlr.-s were
cut and it ls with difficulty that any
particulars of the aff.rfr have ijeen obtain*tL
Yesterday the Columbu-'and Hocking Valley railroad
and coal company's oniclals went dow n on a
fecial train.
Yesterday morning David Woody, a miner, living
at NelsonvlUe, was arrested, charged with complic- ;
lty In Saturday night's attack, and was sent to Lo- ,
gan In a special car and placed in jaiL louring,
yesterday there was no in uble, Uit last night the
strikers were concentrating at. Murray city, which i
Is nve miles from Snake Hollow, and along In the ,
evening Crtng was rejwrted from I,on?-streth. At
midnight last night Gov. HoadJey r?*ce:v^l the following
telegramfrom the sheriff of Hocking county:
"All means In my power are ent.r ly e\haus; d
to repress the Alsord-r and to pro'ect Ule. The.
strikers are cutting all the telegraph win s. I am
worn out. Have been goin^ nlgnt and day for two
months. Please send militia Immediately and sa\e
further bloodshed. J. T. McCaki v,
Sheriff of llocklng fount v." '
The governor at once ordered <?ut all of t lie l it h
regiment, the Duffy and Governor's Guards, the
Limcaster, Clrclevuie and New Lexington companies,
and replied to Sheriff Mccarty that troops
w ere on the wajr, ?n l asking If more were n?vu- d.
The Lancaster company being only twenty ml Us
from Logan, was sent toth.it place to guard the
JaiL Sj?eclai trains on the railroads were put at
the governor's dtsposaL and at hall-past two tills
morning he left Columbus for the scene of the
troubles, arriving at Logan at 4 o'cl< >ck.
Changes Coins on in < hina.
The Chinaman Is claunlsh and conservative. Pur
he ls remarkably free from prejudice, religious or)
patriotic, especially In matters of tangible interest.
He has a nat ural objection to alter his clothes,
unlike the Japanese, tor th>-y suit him tvtter than
any other. But he has no objection to pun basing
the article which he Judges to be the cheapest and
best, wherever It may come from, lie is very sensible
In his economy, and if he prefers the homemade
article. It Is because lie tlnds It cheaper and
more enduring. Native patterns of cloth, both
woollen and cotton. If scnipu.ously imitated, wiu
And buyers If laid down clieai>er than the native
article. Though the Chln*-se are conservative, foreign
articles are creeping into uv. clocks,it a' ch-s,
matches, lamps, red blankets, are now seen ti"t
only everywhere in the seaport towns and near the
coast, but far In:and.
The Chinese, contrary to general opinion, have !
been found to appreciate in a wonderful degr -e j
the value of tb? rapid transmission by wire. The
telegraph ls being carried from north to south, and
from east to west, along the Yangtze and Canton !
rivers. A line ls working in Fonnos<u Begun with I
such vigor, there ls reason to believe that t tie
network will rapidly spread over t he land. The [
telephone and electric light have made tlielr w.av I
Into China. Although the first railway const rue; -.1
in China, from Shanghai to Woosung. op<.n?-d an I
closed In 1876. was not approved by the government?the
line being bought and n-inored to the
shores ol Formosa, where it now lies?t he stean^
engine ls at work. This ls on a line u> the Katping
ooal mines, a distance of six miles and a half, constructed
by "Li-Hung-Chang. Machinery has b -tu
Introduced not only at the Katping mines, but els--where.
The superstitions regarding shafts dug
through the earth, the "dragon's veins," are giving
way. Mines are being promoted by the Chinese
In various parts, but with great rashness,- the
fafct that mines are utterly useless without communication
not having b^en grasped. Gas has
long been in use at Shanghai. The flotilla
of thirty steamers, with a tonnage of some
90,000 tons, started by the China Merchant's
company, has not been a pecuniary success as yet,
mainly owing, however, to maladminist ration during
the late speculative crisis. Insurance companies
are at work at Hong Kong and Shanghai doing an
important and increasing business. In military
matters, while the late Franco-Chinese difficulty
has clearly shown the imperfect condition of the
Chinese forces, important change* have been
effected. The most important have been the arming
bodies of men with the breech-loader, the drilling
of U s force, the establishment of dock yards,
the introduction of torpedoes, Krupp guns, transK,
and gunboats en the European models. The
that toe military organization ls still wretched
and the administration corrupt does not vitiate the
fact of progress having been made. The native
presa baa made considerable strides. Commenced
In 1808 With the Shun-Pao, there are ne w some half
dozen papers in China. Their influence is consideribie
and li extending rapidly. As a proof of their
enterprise, it may be mentioned that the Ghtm-Fao
lent a "specOU correspondent" to Tonquin to follow
bhe operations, tbougn he very wirlr thought discretion
the beuerptoT. of valor, and declined to land
>n his arrival at Haiphong.?LoMkm Tune* CorraQTondeMS.
Brlrf*.
'V ' ^ 4 <5ir'Oir? bank at NrwcitfK Pa, cl<*??d
Ustli ,fSi, u >.itun).iy. owtt.gt. the t*iiurv< f itban*
lu j an, est own, iMk., w !.-!i w.4? a eom>LiutideDti
i ac llal>utiic* oi Mr. WtliMt are supposed Uittil
least flOU.OBO.
^A.L?!Y.rk'Nvpst vst.. Saturday, during a
I * ? . ; r ,',":r" E"t< iU >i.?nc, agM twciro,
* hUe sUiidtiii' b.i a window in uer i?tbt.-r's rvat*"s
struck t>> .iv Inning and fatally burned.
I .?? last ur.c i.as been ?<rurcd in t la< innatf
to tiit' agreement which rt-estabhalm IUt stuiakf
j pOOL
The riea?ant Lou-*, at Old Orchard. Me. hat
bt* u w if ay il- stixH ed i.\ Cr^
| Many of Gen. ckvtsv? fonowrrs. mho assisted
! him la ilu1 attack vti |.!ma r?> ently, have been arp
>t ^1, and large vl'aaiili! it s ul ammunition cap?
"Le xv :: ,Pa.) posr-offlce wh robbed ot
< $S,MO s.;tu-Jar.
II he >;rm the p^t office at En.porta. Ma. * a#
? ?*"pi>,,n >aturJ iv nlatit by burglars, and W.OUQ
* ort h ot stamps stolen.
It Is reported that prime Minister Korrv ban ini
struct."d the lrench minister to China to reeuma
llcg*>. . ft .oris. i! llC should fail Ulvn A.lfiilrul ? ourbci
will no douiit aftm-k ? anion.
-- I
I'*" ot 1 hrrMaweleiat
From the New Vork H-ral t.
A conv>pgndent living in Miaaourl writ?* to Hft
why temperatures are u,w.-u r(?r meteorological
purl?ON's lu the shad-' ins*.ad of in sunshine.
He argues, in (tvor oi nvoMin^ temperatures uivu
. in tbe latter, thai grain does not grow In lb*
shade, fruit does not rijien and fanners do UtM
work in the shade. All thists true, but the tcml?i
ature record is designed to ahow the t>*uti>era*
lure of the air. As different soils and different
bodies on the name snii Uavt different conductlvities
and radiate differ-ut amounts per square Tool
f the mils beat. It follow* mat If thermome*
tcrs w.rvexjKHN-d to the free radlNilon from th*
sou or surrounding object* the* would not regim??
tbe actual :?lr t. m per a wire. To (rive the air tern( eraiurr
the Instrument imsst I"" so protected frotn
radiation that it will receive no heat front
txvli? s wamiT Mint the air und part with noue of
Its own heat to IkvIU-s owler tliau U?" air. no
\usrust .?, ] ??!, duriiw n tv?>tern hot ai*-ll, four
ihonii'>ui.-W.s In a iff.-rent j>ari>of S)<vu?at, Ind.,
r* ->t' r >1 oi." hvit and sis deK-rrrsin th?? >had?|
|*t"r ip,.- ii~? ut|\.* h"ur>. Hut a thertnon.?-uf
stinultan'-'':~:y . x|?os*-d tben* totbedinvt ra>sot
; ill. Min ^;n;t,rf u|mai a ri? lalUc b? k^round r>'clni''r
d >i??* li'in.ii- land tlfty deifm'?. and upon tbe
r.>.>f ..f i WvRd-!i"d rejfl?tered one hundred and
fortv d'vrrees. Tin* r?*al t.'in^rMture of the ?rm??spb.rre
w?s not above one hundred and six d??v'r>f>
l or n Ua> l^'it show n that If a tli? nin?nn?;
ter is tied i?) a >triT:ir and swuti^ n>und the bead
fori- n. it innt"* lis re.?dlii(r is almost trtM sanm
w n?'t lit i it is Hwuacln the siiushttie or m the t?hnd?%
Ktdl.til a ou tills "Mine 'iienn'tneter (whli b
w as ]ir< |>os. <i iiy Arairo ju Ittfto io gei t ?ie air iemjMTHtun1
more ac? 'na e>jxi> so unfnrMentia. that
a <#eritjin ni'-twi'ioiow ;m has lately found by ? *perliii.
m- th#t v i, in the hot ^utt"' the reading It
o[jl> "ir. in ihr?s' to flvtM?n!h> <ir a <l?vree ' huho*
than when it is siurtjr.in the adjoining shade.
* ?#
Too tiouule.
| Frcnt tin n?l*:a;or l>?y.
A young utan aad his girl out carriage riding tbf
Other ? v?ntn^:. and the hor* took fnght and rai
: aw ay, in turning a corner the vehicle was overtun,
\i an-1 tho young lady was pinned to th(
! eanli. tiie lxidy of the carriage 1> lug heavlljr
j arrows Ler walaU She was rt-udereu uuaincluiu.
When she was r<*leas.sl from iu-r perilous |e>nltioa
she slowly opened her eyes as eonx louMtctvs re1
turned and falnUy gaap?*U: Don't?sque<*e?mo?
i quite?so?hard?li'-xt?liuie,?.luhn."
Almost Ah ln?iinuatiou.
Fr. m Tuas hlftliiyK. Au trust Jt?
j "Ind you read thos.- horrible stories of the Arrtle
sufferers living off of each other:" &.-ked Mr*
Lumply of her hu>baud.
"Ves, 1 read all Ui-- particulars."
ineadful, Hn't It?"
"Oh, It's nothing when you once get used tt
having people live off of you. I us.-d to kl*k wheg
>our mother, aud your Mster. and a.l Hi; nut >H
th> in came to Uve ofl of m . but I've got mj used to
it now that i never complain."
ltPWir.nKHED iMMKHtANTX WiUDKRtNO TW TTTg
Stkrkis.?A COntn \ersy between th'- New Yorl
eouuulssii>ners of Immigration and the oftlcerM <?
th hltc !?tar line Saturday resulted m l(hinl<
grants who arrived on the steamship Hritantflc. l*^
lng turned lof's - Into Hie strts-us of that eity. Aft?T'
wandering <i)>oul the city ni.my of tin- lmmigriinia
Went to Castle Garden, where some, who had credentials,
were admitted, aud the others retu^?*d.
These latter were obligrni to go out lu the higifwayg
and Oyw ays. The poor wun?lep>rs found that clam*
oring lor tnfomatlon or advice there would d?
Hit iu little g<tod, and the majority of thorn ruani d
off in the last s'agt s?it bew iidenuetit,
SEHIOfS ArCIOKNT ON A TROTTING CorRBK.?J.
Brow nice, a prominent society \ovjng man ami
luanairer of the Vvungstowu, t>h1o, liuiu- ball asao.
ciatiou. met w ith a serious it not fatal accident saw
urd#y alternoon w hile speeding hks trotter on thff
Mahoning and Shenango lair ^r .und track, liif
sulky ? ame in collision with one <lrir? n by < ol.
I'retuii'jfp while going at a high rate of speed.
throwlug Br<iwntee upon his head, causing concur.
blon ol the brain. At noon he wat> still unconsclouik
rrTOMonovs at Annapolis.?'The following pro.
motions and appointments of ca<V-t officers ??1
cadet petty officers ?,f the first clam fog
the ensuing y. ar have ta^en announced at
the naval academy: Cadet lleutenani com?
mander, U. U. Taylor; cadet lieutenants, W.
M' Kay, W. W. Joynes, H. A. Hlspham, W. W. (;iu
mer; cadet masters. .1. ii. Tawresey, .1. c. Fenton,
'It.' Mocum, R. I.. Kussell; cadet ensigns, J. P.
Meouinuess, J. II. hlttrell, A. C. bleffenbach, N. <4,
Miller, J. K. shlndel: cadet petty officers of first
class, A. Rust, it. Wrlirht. \ O. i hase, G. W. KUn?t
A. Thompson, C. >t an worth. J. Strauss, T. K.
s - e. < . K. Evans, c. M. Met'ormlck, E. W. Etierle
H. K. ?'<> nit/., i h? se officers and j>etty officers will
t afoe rank In t he ortl.-r lu which they arc named.
and will bo resjiected acc?)rdlngly.
DlPAVFKCTEll VrROINtA UKKCRT ICANS.?A mee'ing
Ot dlsttttecied p pubilt ins w as held at Norfolk, Va..
on Saturday, and resolutions were adopt<<d d?? .
tronn lug Ixw-lsni and machine rule as exhititu^d m
the lidmi in convention, which renomlnate<l Hon.
Ilarry Llltb y for * ?ngress from tliat dl-trlct >i|
S' uator Malione'a dlctatlnn; also endorsing Oov.
C ameron's recent letter to the republicans of tim
l'etersburg congressional district A'call w as issued
for tow.n and eounty rue. i lugs to elect delegates t<t
the convention to meet in Suffolk Septeinl?er 15th
to nominate a republican candidate in opposition to
I.1 boev, whose noiiiluatt in, they declare, was not
the choice of the people. The call w as signed by
many intiuential while and col ?n-d repubUcans,
some of whom were delegates to the liampton convention.
In Fri?o\- for Miscbuenation.?Judge Tliorntoa,
ol Madison, Ind., overruled the motion for a
11**v\ trial in the castor thi: negrn T hornton, eonvleted
of marrying a white worn in, and sentenced
lilin to four years in tbe state prison. The Jud?:<
said that if he had passed his own opinion, without
p'ference to the authorities on the subject, lin
would decide It as contrary to the fourteenth
amendment and the civil rights bill; but as the
supreme court had decided It did not Interfere wl?U
eit.i -r. and the law was on the statute book, IB
must be enforced. Efforts will be made to have
Thornton pardoned.
? >?
Nkw York ( i t Throats Mckhkr a m ndat E*.
crvsioNtsr.?lietwivn TrtO and (jut) of the employ t^
of tue Empire steam Laundry company of New
York vv.'tii on an excursion yesterday morning.
Many of the male employe of the laundry are m?*t?
who have "done time" in different state prisons,
where they had learned this trade, on the trip the
routrhs clean d out the bar and lunch counters,
klPiug tiiv. kopli. who had charge of the latter.
Thej then indulged In a general light so that ftie
captain of the barge ha<l to return to New York,
where the poliee received the gang. The supposed
murderer oi Koph has be? n arrested.
A <;re?t Rowrvi} Match rv Prospkct.?The first
step in what promises to tie a notable aquatic event
was taken In Wheeling, H. Va., yesterday. John
l<"tz. challenged John McKay, of Halifax. N. S. to
row him a thre<vmile slngle-scull race at wheeling
t* r $l,ul*o a side, McKay to have flW for expense's.
lieu extends vhe same challenge to Morris, ot !$ ?ton,
and to the winner in the race to be rowed aC
lhuddock, 1'a., Septi-mt. r X).
DIEII.
P\P.T,o\T. At his rr*id. nee, 1?15 M ?tr?vt northwisit,
at Kp. m. Sunday. Autni-t 31. ISsa, HENRT M. BAttLOW,
l> 'TO in Mb. ffirld. hruland.
t uneral rva-.* at residetico Tuestlay r-veain^, Br>p?
temb.-r I'd, -t 4 \ oVloek sharj). /(*LA1:K.
Ou Saturday. Aiun?t rtftli. l-?4,n<>ar P>lnt
Lc/"kout. St \i?rv'e couuty. Md.. MAK i HA J. C'LAKK.
Euuv.; Monday, 8. pteuiber 1st. .
ENi.IOHT On Smturday. Aumi<it nff.h. at fi*e
oVltH-k r in-. THOMAS I NI'.HH l. a*.- I thirty-otrfU
years, it native of * 1 iu. County laiu.-nek. In land
l-u.'e r?l ir an his Ute mtidt-ticf. a.o t" Htn? t northeast.
luesday iiKiruiiar. Sei>tetuber "Jti. at !l o'clock.
HAVI'.S. Oil Saturday. Aii^iiHt 30, lssi. iiATlIE Kthe
only and I eloved daiurhler of < hariea U. Micaboth
Uayea. a?retl .1 yeki s and la day*
Past her Hufftruitr, past her pain,
<'?a--f to weep, tor tears ar?* v&iu;
Calm the lUIilU t of thy breaat.
For she who suffered ia at Mt.
Funeral wi'.l tiik?- ]ilaee VV?sin?swbiy. ^-eWnber 3, at 9
p. UL. from lath street M I . chureh. KnVudt aud rdauvw
of the Janiily are invited to attend. 2P
LAW'S. On Sunday, Atuiuit 31st. lSjiA, at 10 90 a m*
LK'i lil A Laws, a*red ninety-four years.
Kuueral will take place from the lwli rtrvet Haptlal
ckureh Tuesday, Se|4einlt?r 2. at 3 o'clock, irksnds and
re!ativ?* are r-Mt*-ctfuh> invited.
M Aii 1.1'. l>? i?arv<i :hi? life on thamorolny of iarol
31, 1KS4, J '.Ml s N M At.EK, beloved husband of An ma
C. M-i^rt . iu tlu- toi-ty-fourtli year of hU a*r>
funeral from tiia ntother's realdencie 70? O atlwK
northw.st. 'i u.-stiay. S.^.te.nber % at ?:30p. m, Helatives
and lrieuiis utviW to Attend. [Baltiuiore paprfl
please cjpy.J *
OFVX'TT. On Sunday. Aurast 3L 1?4, Mr /OH1V
It. OKI'LI T, beloved huabtudof bailie A. OSutt, mi
4t) j eara.
Funeral will take plsee from his late reaideDea, No.
33J5 Jd Ktrcei. lieoriretown. Tuisiday morufmr. HepW-tuber
ad. at V o'clock, and proceed U> Holy Trinity church,
Iveorvt-t' wu. Interment at Holy Ktxid cemetery.
SH i'Dl). Ou Aturuat 30, :?S4, Mrs. CA'i HAitlNE M.
8H1-DD. relict of tbe late William P. Hhedd, 111 till
aiaty-nbith y?wr of her age.
I uneral service* at the Pre?byterian churrbat Hjratte*
Tille. Aid., on TiMHiay, fcx-|>t.-inl* r X at a o'clock p. m.
Interment at Comm-aaional wtnetery.
UNDERTAKERS^
KTHL'K BOONKV a 'X)? ~
Protmalonal Kmlaua^rs and Fndertakera
l"arloi> and residence 2145 Pemiaj1?ania aTanns
north west Branch omce. (MS Loulauuta avenue it*
JImkm BIUCV, UNbaKTAUCK, CKSiTR \L
warcrootus. <11 7th rt- n. w. Location and aouwixnodations
particularly suited for transient funeral*
Telei>hcne eunn?.tioua.
1LLIAM i'. SHIM.LEI^ ??????
it HXISHINU LKDIRTttra
'tetephooe connecUoti.
KKflt 7Ui street northwe*!, ncarU aiht
OUA K. W KltlHT. ???????
VKZ>KKTaaaa aid PoraaaL Dnma
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