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>* AMHington. D.C..August 13.1983,11 a.m.
... r tIle middle Atlantic states, light local
f, ,* Tariable winds generally northerly.
n<a*:ly stationary temperature.
For Sunday, Ken orally talr weather, with
nearly stationary temperature is Indicated lor
- ew England and the lower lake regions, and
fa:r weather folic.ved by light local rains
?owuriis evening, with nearly stationary tem
perature for the middle Atlantic states.
Rkukxber Excursion to Cedar Point to be
See adt L?ne Sau" D* Association, Monday.
Fine Old blackberry and raspberry for medl
rat purposes at? hr. Xander's, S?11 7th at. n.w.
Now or Never.?Bummer prices will go with
summer. For a little lor ;er we will make six
?i- iHP Cabinet Photog: aphs tor oce dollar. It.
7--^'* ,lnPerli>l Studio*. t>lfl Market Space.
J?"o ,!1,18> fvuniaave-ttud vv- Baltimore
fiKLLiNfj Oct?M. Silver, 713 Market Space.
Bee advertisement on 1th page to-day.
Spring Heels, in kid, morocco and pebble,
Si -'V1 from "P. Z. StrasLurger,
No. 906 7th St., 4 door* above I.
Bicycle and Boating Jerseys and Shirts, all
1 ** Barnes. Men's Furnishers, No.
i" * n.w., Thompson's Shirt Factory*. *
Keautiftl Pacific lawns and kld-finlshcd
dressmakers' cambric, Sc.; Thompson's glove
Jltting corsets, 09e. Brod head's.
JrwrH S Old STAKD. 019 D st. n. w.. Buys
Gents Second-ll&nd Clothing. Note by mall
promptly attended to.
Fis* Photoh, Kots Kemetby's, 1109 Pa. ave.
So^-ai.led Cleveland fluid, 5 gallons for SI.
Genuine Danforth. #1.10, delivered. W. S.
Jenks Jk Co., 717 7th street.
Order your Ice Cream at Kclslngera, at 235
O st. n.w.
FrmiLL'R Ic* cream shipped anywhere out
cltowu; 1427 New York avenue.
Before purchasing your winter fuel consult
our advertisement and save money. Henry
A. Clarke >k Son, 5*:M F st. n.w.
CLKAR1.X6 Oct Sale of tine slippers, opera
toes with French heels, reduced to9?c.; beaded
bowed slipper*, SI. 15. Z. Strasburger, No. 900
7th sL, 4 doors above I.
Lar<;e Assortment of Umbrfllas^at popu
tar price*. Hall ?i Barnes, No. 816 F st. n.w.,
Thompson's Shirt Factory.
Face and eyesight fitted. Hem pier's,453 Pa.av.
Street lamps will be lighted at 7:25 p. m.
and extinguished at 3:30 a. m.
J. shillintiton sends earlv copies of Harper's
Monthly, !? rank Leslie's Popular Monthly, and
the Young Ladles' Journal ior September.
Mrs. Mary c. Snaldlng died after a long and
painful illness, Monday. August 10, 1835, at
the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Jane E.
Welsh. No.'Nils N street, in the cighty-flfth
year of her age.
Robert Taylor, a small colored boy, was fined
$3 by Judge Mills to-day for robbing Mrs. Mot
ter's pear t ree.
Charles Shanklin. colored, reports that he
found an abandoned colored child, three
months old. on E street, between New Jersey
?venue and Fast Capitol streets southeast, on
the night of the 13th instant. It was cared for
by his wife Precllla Shanklin, who asks permis
sion to keep it.
Sylvester Gray, 110 Carroll street northeast,
reports stolen from his hou.-^, Wednesday nlirht.
a suit of clothes worth $15.
Voluntary contributions of money from the
following named gentlemen were left with
Lieut. John F. Kelly to-day for the children of
the lata Police Officer John J. Gorman: John
I Redden, #5; James MeCabe, $2; J. O Conneli,
1; M. A. Holloran. $1; D. Chester, 50 cents:
ohn Conner. *5vT. Gedney. P. Billon, 81;
J. J. McCarthy add P. O. Hare, 25 cents.
See notice of Sunday excursion of W. W. Cor
Mr. J. V. D. Kelley, manager of the Palais
Royal, states that Miss Mollie Mildred Mar
tin, who married Charles Wright, the man
whom another woman in West Washington
claims as her husband, was never employed in
the Palais Royal in any capacity.
The festival of the Assumption was celebrated
In the Catholic churches to-day with services
like those of Sunday.
Mr. C. E. Creecy has filed an appeal in the
cases of the estates of Policemen E. B. Caton
and w m. Drane, in which Judge Hagner, in the
Probate Court, decided that Mr. Creecy had no
lien on the estates for services in securing the
appropriation and payment of the 20 per cent
additional on policemen's salaries lor 1804
Samuel Downey, who resides at 448 P street
northwest, was before the Police Court to-day
On a charge of wife beating, and sentenced to
two months in Jail in default of a fine of 820
Yesterday morning John A. Owens drove a
wagon over a boy named Joseph Dretzoe on
Harrison street, in Uniontown, making a scalp
wound. In the Police Court this morning
Owens was charged with assault, and the case
Rev. N. J. Green, pastor of Galbraith A. M. E.
won church, has been surprised by bis con
gregation presenting him with a supply ot gro
ceries apd other useful articles.
The Washington monument ean be seen with
the naked eye from a hill east of Severn, on the
Baltimore and Potomac railroad, twenty-flve
tuilea distant from the city, on any dear day.
? Ad?ilt?l to tbe Regatta.
fH* CHARGES AGAINST THE WASHINGTON CLUB
At a meeting last evening of the Joint re
gatta committee, representing the Potomac,
Analostan, and Columbia clubs, the charges'
against the Washington Rowing club, upon
which the committee had refused to admit the
Washington club's crew to the Potomac regatta
were considered. The only evidence obtained
against the Washington club was hearsav The
committee aojuiued the club of all charges
and upon the motion of the Potomacs, seconded
by the Analowtans. it was agreed to admit the
dub to participation in the regatta.
The present week of opera at Albaugh's grand
opera house will close to-night with the rtmri i>er
formauce of "Patience." Next week the Win
ston <company will appear in "Donna Juanita,"
Miss \V inston us Jbnitin JuKi/iiiit*
Th?* manager of the Theater Comiuue summer
?arden aunounee? as next week's attraction the
combination, with an interesting
ef'icertand comedy which was postponed
test 1 nurxlay will b? -iv.-n at Airy Castle park,
31t. 1 feasant, next luc^duv evening.
^P?nese opera. "The
MUado. will be produced, with the original
rah r'u tarl>' lu the season, at Ford s
tWera oose. ^
Thirty Days r k a shiut.?Yesterday after
noon two colored boys Were seen hanging about I
Lie corner oi , tb and U streets northwest eve
?n? a number ot shirts w hich were hanging'in
font of Auerbaeh s store. Not seeing anvlxxi v i
looking at hun, one of the bovs grabbed a shirt
?nd they both ran. One o/the lx>ys. Alt-ert
Morris, who was caught, pleaded guilty to a '
charge of lareenv in the Police Court this"morn
Ing, and he got 3i> day? in jail.
Fined for Throwing Peaches.?Columbus
Uayc. a young man. was tried In the Police
tourt to-day charged with assault and batterv
Thorna- Itldgewa> state! that whlleat the Cen
ter market yesterday the detendant spotted his
clot ties w.tii rotten pe:iches. He siiowed the
?pou to the <*ourt. Hays denied the charge aud
?aiu trial u mail Qunn'il Hichurdsou tlirew tb6
pearlies. Hu \ s was fine*I
luI!CoL"RED Woman Fined kor Biting.
In the Police Court iin^ laorning Itachel Brown,
a.1 Ug.j) colored wolua ! l'ving ai ll?7thstr.,-e:,
Wjw euarit?d with assault and battery W'm
Uvi,,8 at 4:i? street, testb
Bed that Fhursday morning, while near the
?lnf1L?fl!>.UrJUl'Jav-?ueSnd bth strect. he
^ deicndant s grandson strike a small
white bo\ with a stone, and interfered to ore- 1
^uihVii Jrtrn5htluK- Tht "Id lady came over |
So,": i Wltu' ?!* ?nd bit him on the
f^. w -rvU Anger and several times on the i
?? *. * P"n*? her teeth were left on wit- 1
?e*s neck andIthe blood was drawn from the.
r" , Whiting and others tc^titied '
that Gaas slapi^d tne colored boy when the old
ladv caae over and bit him. The old !adv ; nd
|ier s?>n U-stlhed that the boy (iass struck her
?everal times bclore ?he bit him. The court '
*iu -30 1
home<?i>a:htc Inispital have purchased u?
915.?MM>, from the Kiggs heirs, the Riggs school
building, near the corner of ]st street aud New |
^ ork avenue. The building is 51 leet bv so feet
In size and located witbin an enclosure of i
ground about 150 ;eet by JOO leet. It is three
stones aud basement in height. The interior 1
?TJ i h remodeled lor nospitai purjxjses. Ou the i
first floor will Im? executive rooms, physicians' i
r?K">u?s, dispensary, oftiiu for the house d'iv
?ician. dining aud reception rooms,and kltcbeii
Tn second and third fl.s>is will W two free
Wards and lour private wards, rooms lor nurses
b^iiies store room-. There will be uccommo!
dations f>r eighty patients."'
Low IUtem To the Si;ashore ?Another
sj^cial train excursion to Cape Mav and Atlan
tic ? ity will leave the Baltimore and Potomac
Station tonight at ten o'clock. First-class
C- aches have been arranged for a certain num
ber. being set apart exclusively for la^lies and
their escorts. Ticaets. which are res'ricted in
uuiulH r, can be securod at 1he offices of the
ct.mpany, at the low rate of f 2. A representa
tive of the comiiuay wiil accompuuy the ex
cursion and l'K>k alter the comtorts ot thecx
cursionisia. Returning the special train will
leave Cape May at 3:0<> p.m. aud Atlantic Cltv
o:3?? p.m. Sunday, giving excursionists about
twelve houi>> at tlie seashore.
J'pto Arct st 23th. the time of taking stock,
W. s. Teel, t?33 Pennsylvania avenue, offers 20
percent di-roout on cash sales ou his stock of
Juen s furuishlug and lor merchant tailoring
Skw Firm.?Messrs. Johnson, Garner A
-;*v?ng bouaht the stock of dry goods aud
* Tow son, G30 Pennsylvania
gyeg!^ anawmce that they will offer the mime
Quick ?,urln* ?w Will insure
iWo .y.n .' fit tb? Present stock must be dis
posed of to mak? room tor new tall supplies.
THE HALOOXS AXO THE VOBKIKO*
A CMfereiee Betsfcva the Bcfreacal
?tlvea of Both P?rlint-Mr. Ilea rich
Aako4 to Arrive to the C
Term*?He t able* Hi* Aeeeptonee of
the Terms Offered.
A meeting of the representative* ol the Sa
loon Keeper's Protective Association wm hehl
yesterday afternoon ?.t BupliV saloon on 7th
street, and there were also present represent
atives ol the Labor Unions. ilr. T. F. Lee was
elected I'halmian.and l'rof.Klrschaer secretary
As stated by l?oth parties, the object of the
meeting was to consider in a agreement which
had been drawn up i-.k a ? orference held on
Tuesday, by which the boycott now on Mr.
Heurich's beer should bo lifted. Messrs.
Cusu. Godtrey and Fred. Heugle were also pre
sent, in addition t<> the -.e mentioned, but the
representation from the fs^l^n Keeper s Asso
ciation was so small as to give ?????? to the ques
tion at once, whether any action ?>? the meet
ing would be binding vn the saloons. C. M.
Blake, who with Lee W. Th?.;na I.iWisFay, < .
K. Michael, Edward Dic?tmun, and W. W.
Robinson, members o? /he Labor uuions
were present, said that lie had bc-jn a>.ced to nt
teud a meeting of the association, and expected
to And a large number of the representatives of
the venders ot H?-Uiicli's Lter present. Mr. Ijce,
tliu cliairnian, saiu th*?i he understood that the
venders of this beer numbered over 200 in this
city, and that he question**! whether so small a
proportion could hind tb" majority by any
action taken at tlie meetlur.
One ot the members of die union corrected
Mr. Lee by saying that a hen the boycott began
the venders of Heurich s beer were over '200,
but at present there were only 78- Mr. Rupli,
the vice president of me Sa' ^n Keepers' asso
ciation. said that seven member c -astitutcd a
quorum ot tne association, und that number
was present. Tbc othor members, he said,
would acquiesce in any act.on that they might
THE A< REEMKXT,
which was prepared by the labor union men
for the acceptance ol the association, was then
read as follows:
"Wheras the bovcott on lleurlch's beer in the
opinion ol this, the Salo-n Keepers' associa
tion, brings about an nil satisfactory conflict
between the saloon keepers and the labor
unions; and whereas ii is the desire of this asso
ciation to cooperate witu the labor unions-,
lie solved, that tike members of this association
agree to withdraw their patronage from Mr.
Heurich, unless he agiees to employ none but
union men, and buy all his buildiug material
lrom union :?iul should Mr. Heurich
fail to keephi* agreement to employ nun* but
uulon men, the member? ol this association
will withdraw their } atronagc from Heurich
immediately upon notification, Resolved, that
the members of this, the Saloon Keepers Asso
ciation do pledge themselves to employ none
but union labor, and to buy none but union
made articles." .
Some of the saloon keepers InquTred what
was the meaning oi 'ii ? provision requiting
them to buy only union materials?whether U.
referred to the meat, vegetables, Ac., that they
ttstd in their business. The reply was that It
oulv referred to buildiug materials, aud did not
Tefer to such articles us are used in the saloons,
with the exception <?f cig\rs. and as there was a
clgariuakers* union, ai. the saloon keepers
would bind themselves to sell uo cigars except
those that had the union stamp. While some
ot the saloon keepers said that they could get
cigars cheaper outside ol the city than inside,
yet they would be willing to bear that loss and
sell u*iion cigars.
The main question, however, was the removal
ol the boycott. Mr. Rupli said that he was
very anxious to have it removed, as it hurt his
business and atrected the entire city. He esti
mated that there had been $100.000 sent out
of the citv since the boycott began.
Mr Lee said that nls business had fallen
off' one quarter. They asked whether
In case they signed tuis agreement, the
boycott would* uot "at once be lifted, and then
when they heard from Mr. Heurich, who was
In Germany, as to what he would do in regard
to the aereenient, they could take action and
boycott Mr. lleurleh ii he would not come in.
The union uien said that the boycott was on
Heurich, and not on the saloon-keepers, and it
could not be lilted unless they had the signa
ture of Mr. lleurleh that he would accede to
the conditions of the unions and employ only
unlou men and use only uuion material.
This gave rise to d scuision as to how they
could j;et Mr. l eu;'eh s signature at once. The
union men said iliat he Lad deceived them
once, and that they would only take action
when they receiv. d his signature to the agree
ment, properly auihemkated aud guaranteed.
This could be done by cable. An effort was
made to have the agreement adopted by the
saloon-keepers at once, but Mr. I/ec, Mr. God
frey and others sail that Mr. Heurich had
shown them consideration and done them
favors, and they were not disposed now to In
form him that I hey had signed an agree
ment to isoycott him unless he also
signed the agreement. They thousrht it more
courteous to cable hiin the substance of the
agreement, and then upon receipt ot his action
in regard to it they themselves could take ac
Mr. l,ee said that as far as he was con
cerned it Mr. Heurich refused tosi^n the agree
ment that he would stop selling his beer.
After further discussion it was decided to
cable Mr. Heurich and ask his acceptance of
these terms, ihe understanding b- ing tii.it if he
accepted, the boycott on the beer would be
lilted, and that 11 he refused the saloon keepers
themseivcs would Itovcoft his l eer and retuse
to sell It. The meeting thvu adjourned until
next Thursday afternoon.
MR. UEl'KIOH ACCEPTS THE TERMS.
The terms of tin- agreement were i-abled last
night to Mr. Heurich at Mcinii.gcu. Germany,
at a cost of $:38. An answer w; s received by
Mr. F. Hugle sis follow-: "Contents of your dis
patch accepted. Hewuich." '1 hi. is taken as
meaning taat Mr. lleurleh will agree to the pro
positions uf ili: workingmen, ana consequently
it is prob ii?le that the boycott will be lifted
early next week. _
Mr. Jas. A. Ma honey will leave to morrow for
New York to b?-gin rehearsals w itli Lotta, who
will open her season at Toronto ou September
Mr. Charles It Hanf.ml leaves Washington
this evening t > '.<e^in rehearsals in New York
with Kobson and Crane, who will produce "The
Comedy of Err.?rs" in spectacular shape in that
citv on September 5th.
Mr. I>. C. Han.'s, of this citv. who wa; en
gaged to play in It. K IKnvniug's 'Tally Ho,"
has eauce led bin eon tract, and will remain In
Mr. Walter L. Dennis, of this city, has been
announced ;ts the leading man with Clara Mor
ris the coining season.
Excursions. Picnics, Ac.
The B. <Jt O. excursion to the Caverns of Luray
leaves the B. d- O. depot at b:30 -.in. to-morrow.
The number ol tickets is limited to prevent
crowding, and the trip is a pleasant one.
A tlue hrass baud accotnpauies tlie Mary
Washington <*n her regular Sunday afternoon
excursions dow.i tiie river. The boat leaves the
wharf at It p.m. to-morrow, aud, sailing about
flftv miles, returns at h p.m.
The steamer Mary Washington leaves her
wharf at 7:3?> this evening for the regular
"daneing school reunion" trip, returning at
The Folding-Room Relief association of the
government printing otlice give the third of
their mooull'-ht excursions t> Marshall Hall
Monday evening on the steamer W. W. Cor
coran. The boat leaves at U p.m.
The picnic to have lieen given at College Villa,
near Tenlevtown, last Thursday, was postponed
until Tue-day, the lsth.
The 1 one Star l>*?icl!eial association will
give their annual i- ..illy excursion on the
Armenia to Lower t'ei'ar Point oil Monday,
lea\ ing the tu street wharf at 0 a. in.
Columbia J. m;k?\ No. lu. I. O. O. 1'. have ar
ranged for a select excursion to i<ower Cedar
Point, on the ^t**aio< r Armeuiu, o-i the 31st
lust. The steaiuer wili leave at g:3U a. ill. and
return at 9 p. in. , ?
It 1? a delightful trip to V'rginia Beach,Ocean
View, 1 ort Monroe or 1'inei Point, on tlie
sb amer E vdsior, stirtiui: ' the 7th street
%-hai f at ."5:311 Saturday uftern'-oii, aud return
lie/ at t'Vloct Monday ?norni.i
fiic third of the $2 cxcursi >:i* to Cape May
and Atlantic Cl:y over the B. and P. railroad
leaves the (itli street depot at lOo'click to
uitflit. and. returning roach s Washington at
midnight Sunday, h m ? out . a. iu. to 5
p. m. Sunday is spent i. tlie ?: ?.
Parties going to I uc Great 1 lis <?r Cabin John
ca:i ch rter the cxetirsi'jn sl^nvr H. G. Wag
ner, which can carry -OO persons.
A HMuile* ride down the river can be taken
for 15 cents on the jteunier fhompson. on Tues
days and Thursdays, having Uio (Kb street
wharf at .";:3y p.m. und rwtui aing ut 7:45 p.iu.
The stcsim |?u*ket Excelsior mukes regular
trips P? ?".ibin John and Gieut Falls every Sun
day, Tuesday and Friday, lvwiug "r whart.at
High s.reot and Cana> H .? "loeU ^.m.
Tlie steamer W. \V. * ?: corau eyes 'o Marshall
Hall and Glymotit evr; raornlog. leaving her
whari at lo o'clock a.iu . .c"uruiu4- at 1 p.m.
The steamer Arnhr.-o til l(..i\'.?' iheTtb street
Kerry wnarf at t'n? aflern *?n lur Marshall
Hall, returning at 11 ;> ui. M? >ic uud dancing.
The W. W. Corcoran ,:lves an excursion to
M o->hall H,all onStindn '.cuvluir 'i -r whuri ou
7ih sir< vt at 10a.m. J tj.ra., ..:. i returning
ui 1 aud p.m.
Tiye Armenia makes her regular frrlps to
Low r Cedar Point every day except Saturday,
starting s;t D a.m.
The George i?iw ges to Chapel Point all
other days than Monday, Friday id Saturday,
starling at a.m.
The steamer Thouip.on vlll ,n:?: ? an excur
sion to Glyinout to-tnofivw, lea.ing at 3:80
p.m. and returningut s>p.m.
?agie Tent, No. *2, luilcper Knt Order of
Recliabltes, will, give uu excur ion to Colonial
Beach uext Tue>da> on th<* uncr Arrow
smith, which will leave th? cl y ?:30 a.m.
The Marine Band Cu.vc*Ki.?'The tollowlng
program has b* en arranged for the Marine baud
concert at the White House -'round* this after
noon: March, "Bonnie Annie L U'lc," Htousa.
Gavotte, "Stephanie" by request,, Czisbulka.
Selection. "The Black Brigade,"" Beyer. Ballad,
"A Sweet Face at the Window," Rath bone.
Mosaic, "Carmen," Blxet. ??cins u-rn tlie works
of Gounod, introducing motive 1. >m the over
ture to "Faust," pastoral from "Mlrella," waits
from "Faust," aria fiom "L?-Ue.ao dc Saba,"
aria from "Mlrella,""C anus Gainst the Power
ol Evil;" vals from "Ron.eo aud Juliet;"
* *? *? * "*
(2) M'ouiu,, w urn"*, 4
(strikes Five, i6) the Morning Prayer, (6) The
Serrteca In the W?*a m
Am?n? the Ti
Correspondence of Tkk Evmiko Stab.
Washington Grove, August 15.
Yesterday wax a day ol arrivals and quiet en
joyment in camp. Tlie moraine prayer meet
lug, led by Rev. W. H. Laney, was well attended,
notwithstanding the goodly crowd that visited
the depot to receive those who arrived by the
morning train. At 10:30 a. m., Dr. Nay lor
preached an impressive sermon from the text
found in Isaiah. 41, 31.
The children had an interesting and (till meet-'
in? ut '2:30 p. m? conducted by ftev.C. W. Bald
win. At the same hour an Impressive service
was held at the woman's tabernacle, conducted
by Mrs. Bnrriss. As usual, the young people's
meeting at G:30 p. m. was the best of Ihe day.
The tabernacle services at night was spirited.
Rev. Page Milburn preached earnestly and ac
ceptably, and was followed bv Elder Keiley in
exhortation. At the close an important open
meeting of the association was held.
The program ol religious services for to-mor
row is as follows: At 10:30, regular Sabbath
worship, preaching by Dr. Hunlon, Pennington
Seminary, N. J. At 3 p. m.. Rev. Mr. McCor
mick.of the P. E. church south. Rev. H. 8.
Frank Will preach at 7:30 p. m. to-night.
The Are brigade is a big thing. It comprises
about 500 men and women. The private's out
fit is a bucket of water, that of the staff a
The public polloe corps is composed of the
following gentlemen: H. O. Hlgglns, Howard
White, Howard Bond and li. L. Miles. In addi
tion to this is a private force oi six members of
the executive committee.
The extension of the switch at the Baltimore
and Ohio depot at this place Is completed.
The new bridge over the railroad. Just above
the switch is an advautage. It shortens the
driving distance from the county road at least
There is now a commodious waiting room at
the depot, with lady atteudant. Mr. Harry
Wal h, of Annapolis Juuction, is the agent and
The association is to have a public laundry.
The side selected Is west of the encampment.
The old beds have been removed and new
and comfortable cots huvc been put in the min
Another ease of petty larceny is reported.
The organist's overcoat was taken by the un
The Gospel cornet now awakes the echoes in
the grove. The circle will be Closed on Sunday
and an usher statioued at each avenue during
divine service. Pritmcnaders and politicians
must needs go elsewhere.
Complete arrangements have been made to
provide "creature comforts' for the thousands
who ate expected to visit the camp on the Sab
Sheriff Kclchner was here yesterday in re
sponse to a telegram irom Major Morgan.
Revs. J. E. Ockerman aud McCormlek, of
Frederick county, Md., registered at the lodge
Mi's. Moulton is lying dangerously ill at Maple
villa, the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. Alfred
Wood. I)r. K. Howard attends her.
Miss Tribby, of West Washington, Is stopping
at the Schneider cot tage, corner of 5th avenue
Mr. Bennln Stainmed is compelled to use
crutches because of a severe sprain in his ankle.
Mrs. H. Craig is ut home again In the cottage
on north circle.
The little folks are happy to see Rev. Harry
France buck again. He will conduct their
meeting to-morrow afternoon.
Other arrivals yesterday were Miss Sallie Cal
houn, Mr. Dorsey and family, Miss Jennie Dor
sey, Miss Milstcad, of Laurel, and Mrs. Dela
Mrs. Jennie Knott had a bad fall yesterday.
Transfers ol' Kent Estate.
Deeds in fee have been recorded as follows:
Helre of B. Hackney to Muvy J. Murray, pt.
lots 1 and 11, sq. w. of su. 4: $l,O00. G.. M.
Henault et al. to C. Becker, pt. 3, sq. 347;
84.500- A. W Mmt-H.. ? " ' - ~
..IV 11. OLli! in, toi Al, sq. 401; $100. E. J.
Brown et al. to Elizabeth K. Anderson, w. pt. 2.
sq. S~S; $7,500. J. F. Gibson to Jeremiah It.
Imbiie. sub. 03. sq. '234; S'2,400. George M.
Henault to Conrad Becker, pt. 3, sq. 347;
The City Markets.?'The Official Price Cur
rent of the Washington Produce Exchange for
this week states that the flour market is steady
with more firmness in price of old wheat ilour.
The grain market is without special tcatureand
market steady. Old hay is scarce aud market
tlrin: new in good supply and steady. Tne sup
ply of butter is light aud firmer ou line troods.
which are rather scarce. The egg supply is not
large, but ample for demand, with a steady
market. The receipts of poultry have been
about a ear load per day. The market Is un
settled and sales are necessarily at low rates.
Prices may be better next week. Slflnpers
weigh their poultry with full craws, which are
empty when received, causing a loss of from
tour to six ounces on each cnicken. This ac
counts for the loss of weight Which is often com
plained of. Fruit of all kinds Is in large supply
and selling at any otl'.-r. Considerable stock ar
riving is comparatively worthless.
In Behalf ok the Widow.?Yesterday af
ternoou Mr. E. W. Grant presented to Judge
Merrick, in the Probate Court, the will of the
late Jehu W. Elliott, with petition asking that
letters of collection be issued to Hamilton M.
Rogers. He files an affidavit, in which he
charge* that J. C. Burns is endeavoring to dls
<5eze the widow of her property, consisting of a
lot ol ground in South \V ashingtou, and that
she is ??* ? "" -
?..... ? WWII <4 <114 IIl?t V
is in a helpless condition in the Washing
ton asylum. The court directed an order of
A Maryland and District of Columbia
Fence Company.?The .Maryland Hedge and
Vine Fence company, of Frederick county. Md.,
have tiled articles of incorporation in Frederick
?ity. 'the capital stock Is $100,000, aud the
company will do business in the Mate of Mary
land, District <?f Columbia, and the adjoining
xmnties of Pennsylvania. The planting anu
,'ultlvatlou of fences will be uuder the patents
jf the Dayton, Ohio, company.
A PoLICKM AN SHOT IN THE LEG By HlS
[)ws PisioL.?This morning Policeman Joseph
Van Fleet, of the sirtli precinct, passing down
i>th street, saw near the corner of E street a col
ored boy known as VChuiky" Buck, whom lie
wanted for an attempt to break into a stable.
The officer was about to arre.<t the boy, who
started to run, and the i>olice:nan's pistol drop
l>iiig, oue chamber ol it discharged, the mlss.e
filtering the calf of the officers ieg. The boy
wu? arrested and taken t?? the sixth precinct
itatlou, and the officer was taken into Bogus'
jffiee where Dr. O. L. Magruder attended him.
ifter which he was sent to his home, No. 170*2
New Jersey avenue northwest.
Mr. Mii.dubn's New store.?The druggist,
Mr. W. C. Milburn, bus lately leased the store
?n the southeast corner of 14th street und
Lthode Island avenue, and is now refitting it in
i very haudsome manner irom designs and
under the suuerinlendence of Mr. W. Bruce
J ray, architect.
A flairs In We*t Washington.
Insphctou Wanted.?Residents on 31st
?treet are desirous that an inspector should ex
iiulue the sidewalk being laid on that street.
Personal-?Mr. Nell Belt and Ills sister,
Miss Mary Belt, left the city this afternoon for
i month's stay in the mountains of Virgiuia.
Potomac Hop.?Last night was the regular
evening for the Potomac Boat Club hop, which
was enjoyed by a large number of invited
Grain.Receipts?Canal boat Loudon arrived
M-ith 3,000 iiitSuels of wheat and l,ooo bushels
>1 corn for Hartley Brothers.
Shipping News.?schooner Bay llss Wood ar
rived with l.ooo tons of lee from Kennebec.
Schooner Livingstone cleared with 500 tons of
x>al lor Boston.
'lKMPEKATCRE AND CONDITION OF WATER
at 7 a. m.?Great Falls, temperature, 70; coa
lition, *2. Receiving reservoir, temperature,
?3; condition at north connection, 7; south
connection, 5. Distributing reservoir, tem
perature. 78; condition ut influent gatehouse,
J; condition at diluent gatehouse, 4. High
tides iu the river to-day at 11:04 a. m. aud
11:18 p. in. _
Reported for Tub Evening St a a.
A Street Parking.?The improvement on
South Washington street has been delayed
jutll the question as to whether It sbull be
lone by day's work or by contract has been
leU-rmined. It Is thought generally that if
IVusbingtou street is ever to be parked, there
Is a clear opportuuity to begin that improve
ment on North Washington street now. The
*arrage\vuy of the street is entirely unimproved,
ind nothing will have to be removed to make
room for the center parking. The street Is one
iiuudred feet wide, und the cost of the oentral
!>arkliig will diminish by Just that much the
;ost of paving. A park would add largely to
property values along the thoroughfare, and
would be a step in the direction of a new
leparture in the matter of taste and beauty?a
departure much needed in Alexandria, which
Is perhaps the only town of Its size in the Union
without a public grouud aud without a single
fountain. At all events, in the necessary im
provements now to bo made on South Wash
ington street, the preparations for a street park
could be made at very slight cost.
Notes.?Acting Mayor Eichberg has sent A.
r. Matliews, a suspicious character, out of the
city, and Rose Stralker to the workhouse. He
has fined George Taylor S'2.50 for fighting.
Thomas Taylor's coif was killed yesterday near
Calroes, by a W. aod A. train. Mrs. John
Clark, colored, while cooking at her fireplace a
lew days ago was startled to see a pickaxe drop
down the chimney; then came a shovel, Ac.,
until finally a good handle of 'ools was rained
down. She wotted a while for Kris Krlngle,
but as he did not come she sent for a police offi
cer and delivered the goods to him fearing they
were either be witched or stolen.??It Is under
stood that the Light Infantry are to rccelve
new arms and equipments from the state
Some ' 1
,T wmm wwiiVlMIVIV uuuwi are now being
finished In various portions of the city. The
exuminatiou of public school teachers will be
gin at Peabody building on the '27th Inst.
Ex-Mayor Win. N. Berkeley has sold his Tarm
near CentrevUle to John Craach. It Is under
stood that the B. and 6. company will soon ex
tend Its telegraph wires to talk place. Some
complaints of tne violations of the survey laws
of the city are before the mayor.?D. R. Whit
ing, of this city, has been appointed one of the
trustees of the Virginia 8tate Normal school at
Petersburg, a colored suhool for the education
of teachers. .?
uw? FO? CAMP WA8HU0TOI.
PREPARATIONS FOR THK 8UMXKK CAMPAIGN
BY THK H?A HCKXEB IN THX AEMORT?THK
KOSTKR or TUG COUPS.
There were scenes of busy preparation at
the Washington Light Iufantry Corps' armory
last night. Capacious camp chests were being
packed, and everything being made ready for
the transfer of the corps to-night to Camp
W ashlngton at Cape May, Quartermaster
Breltbarth's office hummed with busy voices
Some raw recruits excited the Ire and pity of
the doughty quartermaster by Inquiring
whether they could carry valises, "You'd look
pretty, wouldn't you?" exclaimed the quarter
master, "marching through Cape May with
hand satchels!" Mosses wore al)?wod to have
chests or tranlcs shipped as part of the corps
baggage. Veterans oi several campaigns -rere
endeavoring to frtehten recruits by downline to
thein the particulars of lively attacks from
mosquitoes upon the men when they were on
dress parade and helpless. "Thosera^uU^s
are biggest and heaviest and laziest lever saw "
said a corporal. "One of them lights ou a man's
nose and settles down there for the rest of his
lite, too big and iasy to rise."
The corps will leave the city at 30:30 o'olnrir
to-night, according to the orders published in
The Star, and it is expected to arrive >v Cape
Mayaud go into camp about 8o'eiock to mor
row moruing. It la thought that there will be
about onehundredand un muskets in line. The
corps will be acconyianled by a large dolega
tion of honorary mem ben, and friends.
Following is a roster of tho Corp.*, Lieut. Col
commanding, William G. Moory. Staff?E. g!
Wheeler, ordnance officer, Levi Woodbury]
commissary; Wm. J. Acker, engineer: toree
Breitbarth, quartermaster; Andrew W Kellv
inspector; Henry F. Bauer, Paymaster. H. fc'
Leech, surgeon; T. E. MeArdle. assistant
Co. A?Capt. Wm. N. Dalton, 1st Lieut, John
G. Cowle. sergeants D. S. Johnson, G. E. Hale,
?' v Cort?>rals H. Keougl). M. F.
Ix>rd, L. L. Moore, W. M. Arnold; Privates:
G. L. Anderson, H. Barnes, E. S. Brandt R F
Bartle, W. S. Barnes, II. J. Bradley G S* C'ilrt*
J. Collins, W.P. Clarke, W.C\&df?e. c ?'
Dunn lug ton, M. R. Fenwlck, R. W. Fowler! k'
A. Graham, A. L. Grim, R. E. Hutchinson T.
; fa $ V Johu?tone, C. H. Kalbfus, J ,
Heefu, C. N. Lamer, F.W. Lougley, F.Moore
J. G. Moore, E. W. Newman, J. E.Paync^ E
Rehro, H. C. Riley, F. M. St. John, E. 1>. wtin
son, J. W. Talbert, J. J. Tfuaheim, g. A. Tege
wjniS!i5.tF.ter J-3-Wadc' til
Co. B?Capt Burton R. Ross, Limits. E. H.
Loeffler, chas. Shreve, W . F. Sin not t. Privates
G. S. Boudinot, T. J. Ciark, J. H. Crugcr, H. J.
Dickson, Paul A. Draper. B. E. Emmcrf, W. H.
hillerw. A. Jones, \v. G. Hall, P. A. Johuson,
A.M. Jones, J. f. Kearney, J. H. McCann F
U Ourand, ii. O Plugge, F. Ridgwav, L. Schell!
^ w"ri?ht Vs* t, J t,br>V?k' u- Walsh, J.
T.Wright, Everett Scott, II. C. Jones, He: rv
Schergsr, Daniel W. Zautziuger. *
Vo- C.?Capt. J. C. Entwlsle, Lieut. C. II. Our
2U^'t 'tir' F. Dunn; Color
^?.rf Voolrldge; Privates H. (!'. Alle
.'.A ' ^ous; Corporals P.
J. McKfcnua, c. H. Seliuas; Privates
A 'Kimrrar' u l'i Graham, H. M. Howell W.
JT-1 ? Wugsbury, J. C. Krouse, T. F.
Kinslow, J.H.Llpnard, J. \V. Lang lev, J. c.
McKee\er, W. W. Mortimer, J. T. Price, ir S
Robinson, J.W. Reed, H E. Smith, A. E. Sardoj
v? \u f?Ued'.J- Vuu <&*ndt, H. I.. Weeks, T.
M. \YaUer, samuelluorn, E. Pnillips, George
W. Buckuer, k D. E. Maddox, J. L. lioiseaii,
Johu 1*. Swiggard. Johu Robey.
T.frft ?~2?4J>1- J"?11 S. M iller, Lieut. Peter J. i
Duffs Sergeants Howard Bell. W. E. Wise, GK
)) ? Eggleston: Corporal S. (i. Wise- Privates H'
E. Amos, J. 'r. Arundel, G. F. Dotrick G T
Bradtord W. H. Boyce, u. C. CliscTS^. ClaT:
J,"}';. U-.1i; V? e'J,- c- Cunegan, J. T.Clarvoe. W.
E.Dix J. 1-. Lutwisle. M. Hunter, H. F. MeArdle, j
G. k. McAvoj- J. E. Mattern. A. Murray, W. A.
ip'^H.>oone,J M. Pollard, E. F.liijrgs,A. !
L. Riddle, L. A. Rogalski, O. V. Shonio, T. W. i
Shomo, J. S. Smith, M. c. Stevens, W. K. Seholl, I
Oeo. Seibold, K S. Stewart, Geo. H. Tucker, E. !
F. V e rut I lion, \\ II. Wright, E. E. Yates, F. L. j
K(.onu, l'. H. M11ler, A. C. Newman, C. S. Alex
ander, \V. E. V ogeUou, Thos. J. Jones.
TO ACCOMPANY T1IE COKP3.
Among those who will go witii the corps are
F?ed Schmidt, Thos. B. Walker, Geo. S. lCrafft,
A. C. Schneider and daughter, Capt. Ebert and
daughter, Mr and Mrs. W. S. Itoose, Mr. and
Mr?. u in, Ilelmus and daughter, Mr. an l Mrs.
Oeo. \\ alker and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
f/'auc, Misses Clara and Laura Franc, Mr. and
Mrs. L. H. Schneider, J. F. Allen, W. D. John
ston Mr. and Mrs. L. C. F. Hugo. Mrs. V. Young
and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rotliroek,
Mrs. i? a. Adams and son, Mr. and Mrs. F. M
Draiiey and daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Wheeler
and daughter, Miss Adcle Thomas, John Con
nelly, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith, Mr. Douglass
and son, John II. lloagluud, A. L. -MoimII. Mr.
Mardi.ll and Miss Mardeil, F. M. Detweiier, E
I. Carvazier and p:irty, J. H. Has well, 1!. F.
Uumu, Lminons Smiih.G. Y. Coffin, R. French.
??' iV ! ? ^ yelli, Mrs. C. C. Loefller
>V. H. Jngleton. J.M.Knuwles, Mr. und Mrs.W.
J. Weiss, C. ('ur ring ton, Miss Leona Stein le. j
;.fs- ?reitbarth, Master Leroy Breitbarth,
Miss Marv Breitbarth, Mr. and Mrs. J. Carr i
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. 1
SbuaW-r and children, Mr. II. M. Shustcr, Mr.
and Mrs. Henrv Ross, Mr. aud Mrs. M. Hebncr.
Mtss (jawler, Mr. Klnslow and son, Mrs. Burke,
is .V?1' ^n. and Mrs. Ewii?g,
C.WhlUnf, D. II Hasslcr, Miss E. L. Johns,
t? U. Leid>, Miss L. Campbell, Mr. aud Mrs.
brooks, Mr. Sprightley, J. J. llollisier, Frank
John .I;'" T. W. Williams, 11.
E. Williams, C. T. Williams, Mrs. E. Davis.
A National Pantheon.
Prom Town Topics. (New York.)
We agree entirely with the objections to Cen
tral park as a burial place. A tomb?even the
tomb of a hero?in the pet pie's pleasure ground,
would be a scandalous incongruity. But does
not the same objection apply to the Riverside
park site? Let us have the monument, by all
means; but the ashes <>f Grant need not rest be
neath it. 1 he whole matter should have more
time and thought than has t>o far been given it
aud the more it is thought over the more will it
appeal that we must build an American Pan
uieon at Washington.
Our suggestion last week, of a National Pan
1,10 si,e of Washington's Tomb, at
Mount Vernon, meets with much favor. We
understand that a well-known Washington
gentleman, whose public spirit and liberality
have already crowned him with honor, is deeply
interested in the project. Several other men
of means and culture in this city, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, have also taken up the su"Le.>t
lon, "?d a prttiuiiient architect will be aslced to
prepare plans, Boston should be heard from
nexl week, and it is |x?slble that a committee
will soon be formed to take action in the matter.
\ lth le\v exceptions ilie idea Is applauded by
the press. Ihe asinine (inttthic. howes'er irets
upon Us hind leys and brays thin buncombe:
The central and western portions ol the Uidon have
rights, und aoine dav \\ usiiinirton will not betli" Na
tional Capital. In tl K .w W vsliingto:' will cvjwe to
be nation id groun.l, a.al if Grant's remains werede
posiied there they would he lonesome ind-.-ed
When Washington ceases to he the nation's
capital the nation will have l'orgotten the hero
whose name It perpetuates, who selected its
site, and whose t4tmb mav lie viewed from its
hill-tops?the stately pllefcrowned by a dome
second In grandeur only to that of Su Peter's !
at Rome; the enduring aud solid architectural
embodiment of our national genius and devel
opment, will have crumbled into dust The
W 1ifHt ?V" V/,t,1L' (iraPnir lhat Grant s r< mains
would be "Ion. some" in company with tho
ashes of Washington, Adams, JeltVrson Lin
coln, and other civic and military chieftains of
the republic needs no - haracterizatlou
(.rant's Remain* 3?n*t Come to Wash
Long Branch Correspondence Baltimore Sun.
The New York morcnants, bankers and poll
ticlaus who abound here all confess concurrence
In the opinion of the rest of the eountrv that
Washington and not New York is the proper
resting-place for the remains of General Grant
It Is accepted as a settled fact that when Con
gress meets formal action will be taken with a
view to the removal of the body from NewYork
aud intormcnt at t he national capital and that
the proposition will receive the full aunmvalT.i
the Grant family. The New Yorkers'S satul
fled that the project for a grand monument ca?
not be successfully carried out. and Udnk tl e
idea will be abandoned. If it is adhered to it
is admitted that New York must bear the
greater share of the expense, for it is dem ...t
strated that the people of the eountrv
willing to contribute generously to a sulttible
memorial structure in Washington arn nni n
cllned to the New York idea. 8 * aro not in'
Winn and How to Bathe.
From the New York Telegram.
V111*8 of1persons for whom sea air
and bathing is more hurtftil than helnfuL Yet
people who are regularly, ill, year after vear
while undergoing their penance on the sea
coast, never think of asking medical advicT
There is no manner of doubt that some receive
harm, while others receive much less good than
they otherwise would do if they were^Vrtmu.
moderation in the u?e of a irood thin.J
people rush off immediately thev i
destination and bathe under a imtn^jn?
sun, and to economize their short h?it? 2?
three or four baths daily. VUiUirs ?o ?h?ta ^
side should wait two or three ?tho ^
themselves tothefhange of air beiv?^t^OC.USH,m
into the water, and they bhoul^c^fl?' .uhrj?g
selves to bathing on line and
between 9 and 13 o'clock w nerhriv^S? ^
6 or six o'clock In the evening.
state of the Ude should to?ome
their movements. During the
day, when the sun is shi^jr ?erJSiv ih- L^?
more likely to hurt than Ui ben^m Q
may even do serious or iatal ind2?S r!?'
thing to guard against, however*
prudent assuiupUon that bathinJ 1! ifSti
everybody; but thU is not so *1
their cost, ?1114 mauy find to
Iklxk UU. aMv ton ptaylni uvMTKln
"It ought to be Stopped."
of 'wereout ffingSi^he^tW??f "o!*
next field made auci. u P'ayers in the
o^oh a ?***
From tb? X? York TUnn.
The editorial Buttercup? arc at work 011 "The
Mikado" ease. If (he Judge* are equally indue*
trious in mixing the matter up, the owner* of
that literary and musical work will probably be
the only observers not amused by the process
and the result. But at present, as it seem* to us,
our Judge* are acting with learning and deliber
ation and without the inconsistency imputed to
them. Judge Wheeler did, indeed, grant an in
Junction u^ainst a certain irresponsible, and le
gally dishonest person who proposed to use
others' property without their consent and U>
their pecuniary disadvantage, not to mention
their mental torture at the disfigurement of their
work. JuJge Brown did also re use to take a
similar course In the case of a responsible, but
otherwise similar, person. But there is every
reason to believe that Judge Brown would have
done exactly as Judge Wheeler did had not the
defendant before Judge Brown entered Into
bonds to pay the owners or the disputed property
$2,&00 per week In case they established their
legal claim to what everybody admits Is equit
ably theirs. Some few men would not even try
to steal, or, as lawyers say, "convert," the pro
perty uuder such circumstances. But as yet our
tudgos have not contradicted themselves, nor is
be law exhausted nor even declared In this par
Women Who Ron for Office.
HOW THE LADIES ENJOY POLITICAL KQUA1>
ITY IN THE FAB SOUTHWEST.
From the Pittsburg Commercial Gazette.
When the girls of Montana turn their atten
tion to politics, not as voters, but as candidates,
took out for hair and a real red-hot time. At the
last local election in Montana there were four
Eichmonds in the Held. These four ladles are
running for county superintendent of public
Instruction, and, like the other sex, ran on the
straighout political ticket,either as republicans,
democrats or independents. That canvass,
when the girls took the stump agaiust their
male competitors, was one of the most amusing
things that ever happened in this or any other
Miss Clark, in Lewis and Clarke county, 1*
not only a talented youiiK lady, but also an ex
pert politician. By the votes of the boys she
got there all right, and left her antagonist
l'ar in the rear, a dazed and defeated candidate.
In Meagher county two girls were pitted
against each other, and the tight for the position
was quite lively. Miss Darey was the candidate
of the unwashed democrats, while Miss Nichols
mustered with the republican boys. In the
tight broomsticks, hairpins, bustles, Ac., were
the weapons used,and for awhile tt was beyond
the prophecy oi man to foretell which destruc
tive weapon would be the most formidable and
death-dealing. It was hard to tell which one of
the young ladies was the handsomest, but at a
distance everybody presumed that both were
lovely. Well, everybody voted, as everybody
should, and Miss Durcy won the day, but her
defeated rival claimed, and Justly, too, that her
defeat reflected In 110 way personally upon her
self, as Meagher county was, and always had
In Gallatin county Miss Hamilton announced
herself as nn independent candidate. One of
the Gallatin county papers, the organ and
backer of Miss Hamilton, came out a day or
two before the election as follows:
"Hamiitou enters the Held against the odds of
regular party nomination. Hamilton hits got
sand; and she will stay until the polls close.
Hamilton should be elected. She says she
isn't afraid of road agents, and that education
is her forte; also, that it would atl'ord her
pleasure to hop around from one country
school house to another Jn the performance of
her duty. The men ot Gallatin arc confounded
mean ll they don't run Hamilton in.'' <&c.
Nevertheless, Hamilton was defeated, and
Gallatin county lias a male superintendent of
From the Minneapolis Tribune.
There are probably many influences working to
gether to cause this diminution in marriages,but <
the strongest is the growing tendency to cxtrav- j
agance and luxurious and ostentatious living in j
all classes oi society. Ohio may fairly be ac
cepted as a typical American state, and there
are uo local causes which would affect ohioans
which Would not be felt generally in an equal
degree in other parts of the Union. It may
fairly be presumed that a similar census cf
marriages in the whole of the United States
would show an aggregate falling otf oi late
years proportionate to that in Ohio. This can
not but be regarded sis an altogether deplora
ble fact, signliying, as it. inevitably must do, a
growing immoraliiv in our peopic.
Uiini for the Italians.
From the Paris American Register.
The tirst of four immense guns ordered by the
Italian government, and Intended for coast
defense, has Just been constructed at Frledrich
Krupp's factory in Essen. The monster, itsell
weighing 120 tons was tested at Meppen,
whither it was transported '>11 two sj?ec.ally
constructed trucks, each weighing isi? tons, con
nected by a smaller one weighing lt> tons. Two
hundred and ninety-live kilos of powder are
required to pro|?el a shell of l.OoO kilos, the
guaranteed distance of kilometers, or up
ward of nine miles.
Florence, Turin, and Home having enjoved
the honor ofbeing tlie capital of Italy, the Nea
politans arc now loudly pressing the claims of
A l'ittaburg man has been fined $50 for keep
ing a cow. The cow belonged to a neighbor.
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PEPTICS CAN EAT.
MARTIN KALBFLEISC1TS SONS,
Established 1829. NEW YORK?
For sale by aU Leading Grocers. Jel7-wA?,4p
1214 F S'l ?
Call special attention to their line of
FRENCH WALL PAPERS,
Our Morocco Cnrtalo and $12 Turcoman Curtain,
of which we have a limited number.
Furniture Upholstering and Cabinet work will re
ceive special attention. Mgto
Wb Have About
Fifty to one bunured pairs Women's Last Bat.
Roots at 91. sold formerly at 92.50. Some broken
sizes N. P. Ties and But., will close at 5Uc.. former
price 91. Ladies' Cur. Kid But., narrow widui. 92,
original price S3. Cheaper grades at 91,91.26,
$1.5o, sold tor double. Call early, if you waat bar
1914-1916 Pennsylvania ave.
>n8 J. W. SELBY.
XO Put CJent eduction
UNTIL OCTOBER 1st,
AT VIENNA OPTICIAN COMPANY,
Jyg9 909 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N.W.
25a per box.
street north w?*. where on* cu bsmn in
Prom the St. JtmnUMtt*. July 33.
"An Antiquary" wrtU* There to UtUe new
nnder the sun. In Saturday's paper* appeared
an account ot the final oeremony of divorce In
France which has Just been gone thrt>ugh by
Mme. Pattl and the Marquis de Caux. The
parties, we are told, seated themselves In the
chain set apart for the use of brides and bride
grooms before the mayor only, in place of sit*
ting side by side, their chairs wen? separated by
a row ol four others without occupants. Wit
nesses attened on both sides, and the disunited
couple formally assented to their divorce, and
then went their respective ways. Now these
French ceremonies or marriage and divorce huve
au exact parallel in the oldest* modes of form
ing and dissolving the marriage tie among ilie
ancient Romans- The religious ceremauy
called coitfarrcatio is thus described by <iibbon;
"A sacrifice of fruits was offered by the pon
tiffs in the presence ot ten witnesses; the
contracting parties were seated on the same
sheepskin; they tasted a salt cake of far, or rice,
aud this confarreation. which denoted tne an
cient food ofltallv, served as an emblem of their
mystic union or mind aud body." Thus were
couples married more than five hundred years
before Christ;and even morestriking is the par
allel to be found in the dissolution ot such a
marriage. This was effected oy the diffttrrcatio.
in which the parties sat on two separate sheep
skins, and tasted, presumably, of two distinct
salt cakes,-with the same lormalities. such
parallels are always interesting, aud this oue
clearly points to a survival.
Prince Bismarck recently told a Russian diplo
matist that he had decided never again to use
tobacco In any form, and that he regarded cigar
ette smoking as extremely noxious, and ridicu
lous to boot.
It is a curious fact that since the dark ages
Lord Salisbury to the first bearded prime miu
BLIND, BLKKDINO AND ITCHING, POSITIVELY
CURED BY CUTICURA.
A warm bath with Ccticcba Soap, an exquisite
Skin Iieautlfler, and h single application of Ci tici ka,
the great Kklu Cure, will instantly allay the intense
Itching of the most aggravated case of Itching Piles.
This treatment, combined with small doses of ccti
ccba Rksolvkxt. the new Blood Purifier, three times
per day, to rcguiate and strengthen the bowels, over
come constipation and remove the cftuxt, will cure
Blind. Bleeding and Itching Piles when all other reme
dies and even physicians fail.
ITCHIXO PILES. ?
I was taken for the lirst time In my life with Blind
Piles, so severe that I could hardly keep on my feet. I
used various remedies for three weeks when the dis
ease took the form of Itching l'iles. and growing
worst). By advice of an old gentleman I tried the Cu
Tier Ka. One application relieved lite itching aud I was
soon cured. I wish to tell the world that lu cases ot
Itching Piles the prie_? of the CtrTicu it a is ol 110 ac
count. From an unsolicited quarter. O. C. KIRBY,
Concord, X. IL
1 ? ?
I began the use of your Cuticcra Remedies when
you first put them on the market, and know of two
cits s of Itching Piles that have been cured by the use
at my suggestion of these remedies.
F. X. MARTIN. Vlrden, 111.
ALL THAT YOU CLAIM.
I have tried your Cuticcra Rkmkuiks and find
thein all that you claim, and the demand for them in
this section is great. AUGUSTUS W. COLLINS,
Cctictra Remedies are a positive cure for every
form of Skin and Blojd Diseases, from Pimples to
Scrofula Sold everywhere. Price: Ccticvra, 60c.;
Soap, '25c.; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by the Potter
Dbco and Chemical Co., Boston, Ma&.
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
SKIN Blemishes, Pliuples, Blackheads and Baby
Humors, Cuticcra Soap.
-EVERY MUSCLE ACHES and dreadful pains rob
me of sleep and rest and strength." To such the Ccti
ccra Plastek comes like an ang?l of mercy, bring
ing relief and strength to thousands upon whom til
other plasters have been powerless for good. War
ranted a new Hiid perfect antidote to pain and inflam
mation. aud the best pain killing plaster in the world
of mcJicIue. At druggists. 25c.; live for gl. mailed
free. Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Huston. aul3
Joblot.25 doz.,men's straw bat* 50c.. worth$l;
Hoys' and children's straw hats. 25, SOc.;
Now opening new fall style Derby*, SI, $2, ?3;
Splendid line of men's summer furnishings;
Traveling Trunks aud Satchcls at reduced
Full line of Flannel Overshlrts, SI, S1.50, 82;
Silk, alpaca and ginehain Umbrellas, cheap;
Men's unlaundried S.iirts, l>0Kt make. 50,75,$1;
WhiiP h?w? ????'! ? ?* J? '*
_ j^ 111 oinnsj
At R.C. Lewis' Oue Price Store, t>uo 7th sLn.w.;
N.B.?One lowest price tn ail. 2
440 and 442, Oth street, one door from E, for
every delicacy ol the season. Polite attention.
Ladies' saloon tlrst tloor. Cold Milwaukee beer
served in English stone mugs.
Ko.val Cine mends everything and costs
10c. bottle. Druggist-' and grocers. 2
W?rUiag;meu Take Xotire.
Hats made by the Cooperative Hat Co. No. 1,
South Norwalk, Conn., for sale at Franc's, cor.
7th & 1). The only strictly one price hat and
gents' furnishing store in the city. 11,13,15
Fevers, leading physicians recommend and
prescribe Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. Recom
mended by physicians. Sold by druggists aud
83 Per Gallon. 75c. Quart Rot tie. No. 1
Kyo Whisky, best in the world for the money.
Order* by mail. McUee's. Oth. near D st. s&w-3m
Cholera. SipiitLcrla. Fever*. Malaria.
prevented by the use of Heed <Jc Carurick's So
dium Hypochlorite (disinfectant). Itecom
meuded by the Public Health Association as
superior to all other disinfectants and germi
cides. Sold everywhere. Send for pamphlet.
m,w,s-45 1SJ Fulton st., N. Y.
I Was Cared of Kidney Complaint by the
use of Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
12. W. Olmstead, Proof Header, Indianapolis
Rest and Cheapest Laces. Young,736 7th st.nw.G
GRAND FIREWORK DISPLAY AND EVENING
AUGUST 18 AND 21. AT 8:15 P. M.,
(L. Moxley, Proprietor),
By JAMES PAIN, OF LONDON;
Manhattan Beach Company, New York; Pyrotechnic
to the Royal Yacht Sruauronaud Alexandra Palace,
and Alexandra Exhibition Company, New York, U.
'?alute of Aerial Mpronna. Magical Prismatic Illumi
list ion. Ascent of K'j.tr Matiiiuwtli italluons, Urand
Display of Jjirge Shells, Fiery Torpedoes, the Aerial
Acre o"f \ arlegated t<ems. Pain's Prize Asteroi Is. De
vice, the Silver Cbromoiropc, Flight of Illuminated
Tourbillions, Salvo of Aerial baucissions, Jewel
Clouds. Aerial Contortionists, Device, ti e Pigeon Cote.
Grand Display of Shells, Gr? .it Golden Cjouu Studded
with Sapphires. Device. An oriental Tre?. Display ni
Pain's -J4-iucll Shells, Vo'ley of Shell.--, Drop,
Stars, The Pleiades, or Seven Floating Stars' .N . 4
of Hissing Fiery Snakes, Bouquet of Shclls-i v
burmun Blossoms. l>evice. tiie Whit!? Klenhant,
Flight of shells ParaciiuVe, the Transit or Ve
nus. Aerial tlouquet. Snetl Forming a Wlieut
Slieaf. Celestial star* In ltayonet Fire- Marooned, Ex
plosion of Sinhad's Jewel cave. Device, the Crescent
Halnbow, Sun, and Gulkwhe. i^ecoiid DLsnlav <-f
ShtnLs, Fiery Whirlwinds, Pain's Rayon a"' >ror Liquid
i ire. Display of shells with Brilliant Stars, l'evice,
the Fairy Fountain, l'aui's Newly lavented Sextup
lus, SiniuUuti' ona Volcanic hrupt'.on, lo tteries of
Reman Candles. the UectrU Shell. AsceMt of thinese
Ton- billions, Flight of Golden Tourbll.loiis, Device.
Colossal Fire Portrait of President ? level:, .d. Third
with tapnhires, i-iaiilay of Pain's Mammoth =nie^w
ers: Final Design, the Fn.ption of Mount \ li hK
and Destruction of Herculancunt; Finale .'jrent ! it J!!,
of500 large Colored Sheila, forintng a J^perb Aer.il
1 he program will be vau-i.d each evening. Admit
slon. 25c.; grand stand, ii5c. extra Gates oneu ar*
display at o:15- Fine Onus band in attendance r .."
caae of rain, exhibit next evening. aul56t
jl iky CASTLE PARK. MT. PLislASANT.
postponement of Concert and Comedy to MONDAY
EVKNING, August 17th. urand illumination of
Purk. Souvenir t? each lady. Daikcing to splendid
orchestra. All tickets will be good tor that occasion.
fjlHE MIKADO. ^ NEW JAPANESE OPERA.
"1 ht.? now celebrated work, by tne distlniniisheJ au
thors and cou?po#era, GILBERT AMJDjSyLUVaA.
will b?- given under their AUTHORITY, with the
ORIGINAL OROilES't,RATION early in the season
at Ford's Opera House.
The sole right of production being vested In Man
aser Ford Tor Washington, Baltimore, and ail the
dties trom the Potomac to the Qalfc au!4-2t
a'lBAUUH'IS GRAND OPERA HOUSK
NEXT WEEK-DONNA JUANITA.
jvAXN^WINglOM AB DONNA J UAH IT A. a!8
On Ctonrch Groans m AMUta Station,
IUUIIU9 gww vtum ".KMKMlt fOT the
beuetit of Carroll Chap^.
Wnair and Refreshments on the grounds.
WeSoelilay, l?h, leariiW ashing ton at lOdOam..
heater oomiqpe ^noaot oa&dem.
AT tnz ARLINGTON^ COjCMNATIOM.
PICNICS, EXCURSIONS, ETC
COLUMBIA LODGE. NO. IO. I. O-OTf!
V> WILL OIVK a SI1.1TT KXClKatoX Til
LOWER Cl DAR PlKAT,
MONDAY. AV 'OIT 31. INN.V
On the steamer Armenia. Ticket*. &u cvnta.
To be obtained from J. A. ShwfcHfwa, Janitor ?Vl<
Fellows' 11*11. and members o.1" the l,odge. The com
ralttee guarantee a pleasant time to all who attend. 1
GiflY ll O X T.
SUNDAY. AUGUST 16TH.
Fare Round-trip. 25 cents.
Children over W years. lo cents.
Two hour# on the gr> nod*.
Leave 3:;W p. m. I: mm 8 p. in.
Steamer lliompsvii leaves sixth ^tr??et Wharf, term)
nus 7th ami Hth sti? *; ars
F. Freund furnishes Refreshments hi store price*. 1'
NNU AL~FX? VRSION
Of EAOLK TKNT, NO 2. 1 O. R.
To COLONIAL REACH.
TUESDAY. AI'OUST IS. 1 >*85.
On the Steamer Arr.iwsnuth. '11 .?(is. 5oc.; <"hildrer
under 12, 25c. Hout leave* at *hn p aul5-2t'
EASTKRN LOIMJK. NO. 7. I.O.O.l WILL i;IVl
ihelf Secclld Fhiui y Kxcnrxion to Lower t>d*i
Point, FRIDAY, August 21. 1SK5. Steamer Armenia
leaves 7th st. wharfs >? oVl >ck a.m. sharp, stoppluv
at Alexandria uoiug and retiiri.ng.
ilekets 50 cents, chililren 25 ?<ents t > he had of
mem! ers of (he Lodge, an.i at tin l out on niorntng ol
the EnUk*. aui.Vs.t;i.w.tli.4t
SUNDAY AFTKKSOOX"'EX< CKSlo*. "
5<> ml ??* for 25 and ltv\
steamer MARY WASHINGTON .vUl ltm> hei
wharf ut 3 p. iu.. returning at 8 p. m A tine ora>i
band oil board. Fare, 25c.: children, 1 uc.
aul4-'-'t K S. RANDALL, Manager.
DON'T FORGET Till DANCING s HOOL Rl>
| UNIONS KV.;UY SATURDAY 1VK.MM1 on
the Steamer Murv Washington, which leave* h?-r
wharf at 7::t0atul returns at 11 o'clock p. m. Ticket*
25 cents. Dan--in:; oti the bout. accouipunied by Prof.
Caldwcil k Ui'-hwBt. auH-2t*
rpHIIU) MOONLIGHT EXCURSION
A OK TIIK
FOLDING ROOM RELIEF ASSOCIATIOH
Government Prlntlug Office.
TO MARSHALL HALL.
MONDAY. August 17, 1 KST?, on the stumer \V. W.
Corcoran. The boat will leave her wharf at A p. m.
elmrp r-'turninc will leave Mar-hall Hall at 10:45.
Tickets 50 cents. an 14-:tt
T1HE PICNIC TO HAVE BEEN llKLD AT I I!)
. Ittl.LEUE VILLA Ground*. near Tcrleytown.
Thursday, August 13. 18s5, lor the benefit of st. A tin's
Church, is postponed to TUKsDAY, Aus. IN. ut same
time anu place. Tickets sold are >;< od tor that day.
lave chartered the Steamer ARMENIA and will
clve their annual family excursion to l<ower Cedar
Point MONDAY, Atb;lift 17tli. Steamer leaves 7th
st. w barf at y ft. m. 'llckets 50c; children umler 12
yrs. 25c. Boat stops at Alexandria both w?;i al4-2t*
flX) VIRgTNI A REACH!
X TO OCEAN VIEW!!
TO FORT MONTtor"!
TO PINKY POINT""
Cheap, Short and Delightful trips, without loss of time
The popular steamer
SATURDAY. Al t. 1ST 15th.at 5:30 p. BU
Front 7th Street Wharf,
Returning Monday,at ???. m.
Round trip to Norfolk and 1'ort Monroe, 92.
" " ? Virginia lJeach. $2.50.
H .. .? y Point, SSI .50.
" " " Ocean View. $-.3G.
To those not able to secure staterooms, mattresses
will be furnished free. au!3
Family excursion to lower cedar
ItHNT, on the Steamer ARM I.N I A,
tin Tuesday. A-.gust lHtli. Ibs5 under the auspice* of
Aliacostla Lo?itf?-. No. 21, F.A.A.M..OI' Anacos;ia. li t'.
Tickets, 5?c.; child!en, 25c. For salo at De Moll s
Pharmacy,corner Fast Capitol and t?th sts.: Henry
Kuhn's Orocery Store corner lltli and V. *ts. s.e.:
Wm.Wagner, ?.,unsmith, 2??7Lj Pennsylvania ave s.e.:
Mieher,Clothier, 8th si. s.e.; tiray A" Itoln-v,
Grocers. Anacostia. 1>. t*.. and a: the l>oat or from any
member of the committee. Rout leuves 7th-st. wharf
at ? oViock a.ni.. returning at lO p.m. J.M. Minuix,
S. K. O Hrteii, ? . T. Hardiut, Committee.
0_ i It VND EXCURSION. TO BE GIVEN BY UNION
r I.OlXiK, No. 11, 1. O. O. K., to COLONIAL
BEAOlf, W' DNK.Sh.VY AUGUST 1WT1I. 188.%.
Sieatner ARR<'WsMI l'II leaves her what f at S:30
a.iii.. stopping at Alexandria irolnn and returning.
Tickets, .V cell' s; to l>e had of luemlx-rsof the 1 .o<ljje.
Fare for children. 25 cents.
Committee:-James It. P< ake, John T. Webster,
Wm. S crown. John B, Nalley. ?ull-eo4t_
IABIN JOHN ANU GREAT FALLS.
_y Tlio new excursion steamer 11. < i.WuRtier 1* now
r^ady for charter. Capacity, over L'OO. Apply 3221
M st. n.w., opp. Wash. Jt G. R.R. office. au7-lm
4 f \ MII.KS RIDK KOI'. 15 CK.MH
-J-1 | steamer THOMPSON l.-aves ?th street wharf,
terminus 7th blid Hth vl.-<?*t cars, every Tt'V>?DAY
and THl'KSDAY at 5:UO p.m. RetiirntiiK at 7:45 u.
m. Children free. Best excursion ever oflered the nub
11I1S BEATS THEM ALL!
45 MILES H?R IO CF.NTS.
Look out and go to < .lymont every SATURDAY for
10 cents, ltrlug the children and the babies.
Steamer Marv Washington will leave her wharf
Evitv Saturday at lo a.tii., retuming at C.:;>0 u.iu.,
givinir 4 hours ai Glvmont. Dauciin; dow n and W k
and at pavilion on the grounds.
Jy30-lni E s. RAN MALL. Manager.
Ho: the oseat Falls and cabin John s
The Steam Packet EXt U-SIOR will make regular
trips durinc the season t" tin aliove isiintseverj SI N
DAY, TUESDAY and FRii?A Y, l?-avius her wharf,
corner of llWh st. and Canai. at 8 o'chwk a.m., sharp.
Fare for rou:id UipoOc. Itoat can beclmrterod onai
leriiate davs F< r iuiormi;tioii aA?ly at oflice of J. G.
and J. M. WATERS. 1047 Ui^'ii sC UeoTKeloWU.
t?TKAMER U'. W. tti!t?'i >RAN
Leaves Every Moruins at IO o'clock. Returning
at 4 p. ui.
Fare 25 cents f.?r round trip
to Marshall Hall aud Giytnont;
Children. 15 cents. jyl7-3m
OCCOQUAN falls, va.
l'inesl Scenery on the Potomac.
The ?ti-uiner MARY VfASHINGTON will make an
excursion trip to the above place EVERY WED
NESDAY, leaving S?-Tentli street wharf at 1? a.ni.,
returniuc at 8 p.m. fare, round trip, 25c. l^aucing
un a fine waxed deck down aud luck.
ULYMONT EVERY SATURDAY 9 A. M., RE
TURNING AT 0 P. M.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON EXCURSION.
The stt-auier MARY WASHINGTON will make
excursion trips EVERY SUNDAY, leaving at 3 p.
irhj returning at 8 p.m.
Tickits, 25c. round trip.
Fine Brass Band on these excursion*.
No objectionable parties allowed ou hoard.
Steamer lor charier lor Marshall Hall, Glymont and
Jvl7 E 8. HASDALL Manager.
STEAMER T. V. ARBOWSMITH.
SATURDAY EVENING EXCURSIONS
DI HINO '1 HE SEASON.
Leave 7th stre? t ferry wharf promptly at 0:30 p. m.
>i-j hour-? daucilU a' tie- llal!. Back a! 11 p. m. l'rof.
l*istorio's orchestra, l are. 'J5 cents. Col. MciCiblnin's
'anions dinners alw ays ready. jv31-lm
J^OWER CEDAR POINT,
The populnr Watering Place of Washlngtotilan*.
The s:ire. swift a: d magtiiiicent S'.e.tmer ARmENIA
vill leave her w harf, loot of 7th uC, daily, except s>at
n days, at y a. m.
Armenia stops at Alexandria on Mondays, Wedlies
lay:-:::iU Fridii's ouly. Fare 5oi'. round trip. Child
?en.25c. Diiiui r on th" grounds 5?Jc.
For further information and charters to societies
ind coi poralions apply to
G. L SHERIFFS Coal Office*.
3 J8 aud 1114 l'a. ave.,
,'e24 And at Steamer's wharf, loot of 7th st.
11A PEL 1*01NT! CHAPEL POINT!
LONG BRANCH OF THE POTOMAQ
Commencing SUNDAY. June 28 the
STEAMER GEO. LAW
EV1H leave dally from steamer George I^eary's wharf,
?xcept Mondays, Friday < and Saturdays, 8:45 a m.
harp, aud return 9:30 p.m.
Fare for trip 50 cts. Meals at the Point 50 eta
Prof. Schroeder's Orchestra.
jeio ?. W. BAUER, Owner.
^TEAM ER corjc'ORA n7
Snnday Excirsion to Marshall Hall.
Boat will leave her wharf, at foot of 7tli street, at 10
Liu. and 3 p.m. Returning at 1 and 8 p.m.
Fare round tr'p. 50c?
First^-class Catering at the Ila'l. 1e23-3m
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The high character of the many testimonials
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Ae refer with pleasure to the following:
Ui>N. MOKRIS WALLSH.Y. sth dlsirlct Ohio, says:
! can simply endorse your "I >r. Petiold's ? .< i man int
ers" as a 'juick and sure cure fur Diarrhu-a. ha<inz
H-eu a hiifferer for years -d said complaint. Oic-bottle
if your lililers tave no- inure relief ifiau all the med
cines the Doctors prescribed. I shallalu ays endeavor
o keep It ou nand.
Tills is l i certify that I have uo hesitancy In recom
mending to the profession and public ' Dr. Falxold s
A. J. FORI >, M. D? Baltimore, Mi
HON. LEONARD BLA M1RE. M.C.,fToni Fieri la,
writes: liav lug found great relief from ihe use of i)r.
?etsoii's German Hitlers," I ciiet-rfuily recommend it
0 any one suUeriug,roiu Diseases of ibe Stomach and
UR F. A. DORMAN. Manchester. Carroll county,
Hd., writes: " l<r. l*etro d - German Bitters" li ive
riveu general satlsiuctiou in this ioc.ility, aud 1 do not
lesitate to recommend it to the public.
DR. J. I. GROSS, Baltimore. Md.. says: I have given
1 Dr. Petzoid's German Bitters" a thorough trial and
'Xitminatlon, and cousider it the purest distillation of
kerbs I have ever met, aid do not hesitate to add my
estimonlal as to Its value.
This great Medicine for sale by all druggists, gro
wers and dealers g,m rally. Price 5<lc. and 61 per oot
la LOCIS PiiTTZOLD A CO., lToprietors.
JylS-wis Baltimore, ltd.
1111 PENNSYLVANIA AVKNUK!
RECEIVED AND OPEN FOR INSPECTION
LEADING TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT OF
nihil 1111 Peouarli
(jet The Best.
; OORCORD HARNESS."
THE CONCORD COLLAR.
TRUNKS and SATCHELS of th*
great Variety* very Low Prices.
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l*t Jui?t\ CauiphiMiM ihi hi i ^'P'l'T Tty
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( I'lAN VIEW HOTV.L
?ttuated on the bea.b near 1 "Ji^U,?ur^'Hi'<a*"*
f*vnt\ hdc In ? i Jtia V.1 ? v* A - ? A
Kk. <a.tn fil. V ?
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????*?t <ran??to mii?1 trom Norfolk o?ib . "JJ
??Md ..??]ir? the public Dm; tkval \ ,;.?
SEtr-arsr ararar? ;rj
I !" \* '? HnKiU. Mhwk-mkv. ii Mv* Vt uU.r?
orive promi,, attention. |t?,at?M>.1 nS:,t,i tack
I W^lilriAmIwnd: BUi, SfniaM' ? V"|
and ,*>w . Itif alley* lor amusement of \ ,.(1 .!"? IIaikI
,l2L m * IHVIIU.'* and br..* kil l Mrir ImnTi Vrf
muslr engaged ,or lb. season * 1 **
I _?"? -* W I- WOW. Manaeer
M-.l XT A IN 1..* k k H< 'I >a. i V> A
' V?., dcllglltflllly MlUal.sl SI M I ??!??. 1^4 m
j Vat ion of -i.-'AHJ ???,-!. Favorite r.^ .rt i. r t,*\ 1? ? T
, fever pat. com. Howl tig. hurting aud
|lWrtW|?flKt MU.-S MA HON mSi^"
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tllAPKL POINT. TH1MOXO BRANCH1
OK MAKVI txn.
OPEN JI'N V l T > NOV. L
Most h^Hutlful resort tti Mart land
?s t?. (iltln w.s?k
^''??unerUeo. law, I',It.,mar st.?mboat Oa. wharf
.tl st..d.?ly except Frtd?\ i?',d Mondav
!? HtlVI AKIi BHos. Proprietors.
J?ltADV Niil'SK ATtANTlr ?"IYY
' Arkansas ave? Mr I lit- ^n.
lv. rates. AtN- u.iiK.hii..,,, . it<*? ? L
l*ure water. Utrmwio Spurtousga d?tis.A
jA^ rrad\.p<i h.a
ClOlAJXN A DE,
V1I.WTICCITV, \ J ,
I W>s:r;thle location aii.I Complete Ill nil
appolntuiuuta. Addreas *
X-H am r. r. l.i ki.i k a ,t?.
V iNuJIKSS H A 1.1.
... ? . A TLA \TIC CITY, X J.
I hl? wo!I ktn?? ii hotel, tin.w * now man
??. tia- U-,-11 r.-fHt...| . ?| |?,| ,.?V i
making it ont* uf tl* nitiat <1<">iranlf mi tlm iimai w li
oiH iiJt L\ :.n. AddmaLKI U Ka-|MTH i.Tv\?
V. , ATi.Avriccn v, x j ,
? oniiilrtp in a! It^iipix. iun,. Ms t n>?<a
attarlieU. 1? till tWml and OrtiD^ira.
k o/nr * ijcfijm
nmhX LAtKANO Ir>R MAIX AMKtH'RT
??.. Lany, \ a. <>|n :i?h1 Julx Im. Ihk4 a . ?
.'.?HM.ntly Ux-ateil tip i??n, , l?ai
Itwai tbvwotKbrfbrnnvriH ,if | .??*>-. pur?>X
X *? *n??tati w, ll on til.- pVemla^ Taiw!
O'lkMlt ~?uual U> lilV - Willi ?vrr\[|iiiu nt-w n,?i ,?j
oynfortaWf Krw I.iim will nuvt ?Jf traloa luUe%
W l?er .lay, $12 per ?.<ek.
apl7-Oni* _J?wi p|| pakkinmin PrapMor.
I*OI SK.I*?RNI UAKKAN-A^ . ?
A j?ta ?ve. anil iiiini I rout. Atlantic t lt> ? V #
Vr'^Ti v^? fe""'* ,tC ,h# -1 Ii; !H T
ruKTw I I-., l'r(?|iric(rt?i. 11
TC BKLl.K VIKW, Asiu kv PAHK.
4 l***u ^!l,l of \\ wlw Ukr: iin?> <k>'?ii
VI.'W: a luiittlt lions.*; h4u>itar\ arrunwiiirul*
|M?rfer<; an.'suui wat?r. K?r?t c.a^- taliU-.
nij l?w|il Mlt>. R T
r^llt ytKKX UK WATKKINii PLACLN
I* reach?nl by the
WEST JUMKY KAILHOAO
TWO HOURS FROM PHILADELPHIA. ?
FAST EXPRH8H TRAINh. with Parlor - an. ?t
t?? tied,att run dnrliiK tli? m?>ii m convenient h ?ur\
i^TV-'.TiT* .T1"!!-* * fi?- xkw mh.iak htrult
HI AT ION. PtalLAl>KLPHIA, where I'nlon Transfer
fctallouof'thl'H?,ee C1*r,, tf*ns,V'r ">en. dlroct U. Ui?
WB8T 1KRSKY RAILROAD,
At the foot of Market *tr.*et_
api"y ?krt"' ch*ck*' *'?<? >ull InforniMlon,
NoKTHEAST' O'HXER IIITH STREET AXD
S AKl FXpO< fH lMOU^^ ^, ^ILR,Un'
CH AS. K. PI (.II. J. R. Wooit.
UeuerjU Matter. oeueral 1 fencer A^enL
i^PRKSHi TRAINS RI*X THROVOh]
^ ITHOl'T HT??IX IN
CAM DFX A ATLANTIC RAILROAA
Fmni Station Foot of vine Street
WEHT JERSKY RAILROAD,
From station Foot of Market Street
ofA?*-"?le ^"UU1 U'Mhiuiitua bytUe tliroinjh If
BALTIMORE A POTOMAC TtMLRO % a
TM V v'L'v':'i ?>. nu??A|I M - KELT ST ATH ?N nftha
I l.NN.s^ IA ANIA RAILROAD, at IMIII.AM L
ft mr*cwivw iwiiKeri dmii io
the U."?t J?mcy lUllroaU sunion. I nioii Traittfer
r 'J"| lU 1 of the Camden A AUuiiUr Hall
I-or through tlcki-t*. i>ainra?e cherlcn, and full IB
formation, ajmly as follow.v
North last <y?rni:k i.tth sthkkt and
PENNSYLVANIA AVI Nl I
rTA?JN\.VA','PMoKt 4 ^ ,iy 'M ac RAI l.ROAU
t AMvPIi.H, j. It. W(KHi,
Oeueral Pawienycr A^eut
"^TNITED STATES II' ?tel|
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. Op^nn JCNE 27.
Theleading Hotel. Excellent Cjinine. Kuiierb 4p
poinuiienLs. Electrl.* B.-IN, Fire Ix-aix- ?v-c
^ W. Wdll NEY. Mrt
tlan Tic enr y.
ATLANTIC C ITY.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
_}e?*-fM,.tm* F- w HEMSLKY A HON.
(1APE MAY-WILLIAMSON OOTTAOE.? . . A
No. S N. Ijtlav.-tie Htre??t.
Open to the sea. Oood table and drain- L.'SE I
?Vt. Ter?m.Hierate, au^-ifi,t
(SORB'S ISLAND. REOPENED Full TIIE RE*
.?eiition ol visitors. Spo ndld llathlnK. nsldiu. and
i L1!1'*', sh.Nitimc. Passeiik.ts lor c . I.h >a . , ?
Island will take the Cajie Cbarl.M, a .ial;.#/m#
K.mmer Norfolk, at Dta.ni.. ?r in..;. li-'B I
t'kl Point at D>:4U a in., or at- amer No. t . ii.i t .u
every Mom'av, \\ eiin?- J.?y : nd Kriilav inorii'iuc.
I ?sM'ngers will hiiy tickets t#ti the steamer to i 'he it -in
Ktutlon. where hacks for s. uside will ini*-t tiieiu.
leriua, per dny, a--; P'T week, ^12; jar uioutli, IM4JL
Address J. 1. hi'Aill. I'ropiutoi. liay View C o..
U.bb a Island. \ a. Jul4m>pl
\ !".!H',VV !' VHK' N J THE VICTORIA FA M
-.X Hv House, near Vc< <nini.xt tion A . . A
lor <-l((lkt.v. Table irood. Aeeo?ii'>d..tioim is.ni ?rT^i W
filete. Sewera?f and dralntiKe |M-rftst. IJ|!im1IlSI
'.vgMS. Term-i...H|er.ite. *?.-.!.nn?<l rates lor .. od
September. Fourth waaou. S. KI..V |'|_ eti .ini
J>OCK ENON SPUINtiS AND MINERAL RATlDt
Oreat North Mountaiu near Winclnrrter.
Va. About 7 li 'tirs' ride from Washington.'
Two mails daily and telephone i iiiiii.s-tin:,
Witn luljKiiiitH reached by tele^riijilt. ??|*! >1 > J i1 . H
lti. ls.v>. No iiar. A ??!.? and delightful atnnmer re
sort. Altitnd*' over l.iaNl I'-et. A tniimpiiere ?lry. No
buun.p- or i-?x Four ditfercm mineral waters of
treat value iu the cure of kidney and liver c.iio.l iliitt
ui.d dvspeiMia. A rare clialytn a'e spriilK. UieMr.uiif
? st lli the I nlt.'d Statesi, eontainliiK |a*r gallon over 14
grain* of iron iu the best form know n. mi , ennViwif*
oj tmiftixW. and nearlv 1:? Kraii:k sulphate ol ma^-ne
?u?. I heae nuueral water* may he u<ed sjiijjly or o.?m
hlued in hot or ?x?ld ba:hs. An imiiieuhtf sw' *- -
; .-nil 1111111*11
|.m?i heatml u? aii lemperMUirit
1 <tuin wry iiioilcruie.
Hound trip tickets trom Washing oil ?s.,v?, good for
I'HiiiphletK and all Information at A. K. PRATT A
4ul Mth mi eel northwest, Wasliinic
ton. D. C. ^
ATLANTIC CITY, X. J
Eli-snntlr fhrnished iind complete lu all Ita aoponl?
menu. \\ ill open JUNE ?7TH.
. LENTZ A HIRQRIHT.
rj^HE "CHALPONn-y ATLANTIC CITY
A with uas, ie ? furniture, bed*.wardrobes.
etc.. Is now open.
luvIW^m ELIsHA ROBERTS ? SON.
fPHEt.UAND UNION. ATLANTIC CI
A A new Hotel with le w furniture. Hand
suiiit* room*; ceniriU IumiIod und uiwii aui
the year. Kate*. *2 per Uajr.
_my llKhn HENRY R A
rP1fK OARFI1XD. ASRL'RV I'ARk. N. J
A. lightiuliy lot rated; w ithin ltai \ aids of
ta-iu ii: apiMuutmeiits drnt-claac Ktuitury ?<r
rnn^ements p. rtect; ao-. iiiiiuhIh;.- "i.mi ? _
1 erius reaaonuhie. A. H. *T< k KToX. j. . iv
CtOLONLAL BEACH HOTEL.
- E. P. II 1 C K E Y. M A N A ti F R
Excellent Bathing. Ko. tiug Fish nu audi
t'nexcelled sait Water Hathln?.
New Hotel and New Furniture!
Steamer Arruwannih runs direct to the beach
Sunday, Tuesitay, W?-dnt -day an 1 Thurmlay, leaving
aih:Uu?.n..: rt-rumiiiK at Din.m.
Take Lxk1> of the Lake for the Beuc-li nt bitu on
RATES OF BOARD: ?lo'to fl5 per week. (CM
to $."*> per mouth ot four week. Truuslent, 92 |a-r
day. Apjly to tlivS^creiary of the Com pan' at
F str.-et north weat ni> 2.;-:<ni
rpilE CARiy ?LI.TON, OCEAN OROVK, N. J., OX
X Ocean Pathway (fiavedi. two liun lred t , A
yurds trout the surftbouse uew: perfrei drain- f ,mV
ace: water froui artesian well: rtrictly fln?l-i''W i
class. Address THE CARRoLLION. ;ei:t-:im
atHE BiT.LEAlKJ.. ATLANTM (ih -S. J
Ocean end of I onnecticut avenue.?Ae
Comuiodalion* first-claa*. Terms moderate
Mr*. M. E. IA?VE. Box ?>04. jy21-4lw
^JLD POINT COMPORT. V1RUINIA.
HYOEIA HOTRL. .
eiTTATKD luo yards fr<>m fort m'o...
Ojien all the year. Accommodate* 1 ,<HJU guexU
l 'lual to any Hotel In Ihe l ulled States. Hurround
Ings picturesque and iuatori' . Appointmenla, uble
and s?-r%'lae unexce lled, ijalhing, boating. Halting and
driving soecially attractive. Terms i.m lor ?x|ual ?e
cumioodatlons than any resort in the country. Pure
ocean air, free from malaria and conducive to' refraaR
^ . beud t" <l?ecripUve juunphlet
_my26tolaep H I'l/ol.BOS, Proprietor.
CLIFTON HOUSE. ASDLTIY PARK.A . . A
? *4:. Ifou*e benuttnllr situau-d wahluycJlkP
bnlf a block of beach; table and ?pi-""' J V ff " L
ments flnrt-ctaa*. (sanitary arrnugeiuenia net
C.OKDON. P. O Box SMU. hs\- -in
Hotel royal, aii.antic city a . . a
.Fit* Season Ibr this new and elegaiu y ^
pe May. Jylffl?
Bi)j?olnted hotel .under ifo manatrnvm ot
b. CA EE. of old L'ongreus Hall, Cat>e May
BREWERS AXD MALTBTERR
OIPICM Man SUB and 610 VINKST.
brewery , 2?th and parrihu ?da