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THE MOBffTcTGr TIMES, WEP3j!SPAY,' JUSTE 10, 1.89C.
AMUSEMENTS. BASEBALL TODAY AT NATIONAL PARK. Washington vs. Chicago. Admission 23 and 60c. Ladles Day. Music by the Band. Game called at 4:30 P. M. A LLHl'S GRAHD OPERA HOUSE. . COOLKsT SI'UT IN lOWN. ALL. THIS EEK. Matinee Wednesday mid Saturday. REFINED VAUDEVILLE. SYDNEY GltANT nml MISS NORTON, iikuuekt c.vw thorn, CRIMMINS unci GORE, Klrnrcllp, George Graham, X-ltity ltixlev, T rry and Elmer, Mtiilgu wnl Morton, Elite Trio, 1'rye imd Allen, Ititlge Family. Edw.inl Tolhon. Champion Buck and Wine Dancer of America. DiikHSiud Vnlniid Others. Concluding with tlie roailng farco, "TUKX HI.U OUT." rrlce-R 15, S5, 35, nnd 50 Cents. Next Week Frederick Horn! in "Confusion. K KltNAN'.S LYCEUM TH CATER A.XD-MJMMEK G.VUDES. All TliH Week THE LYCEUM BURLESQUE CO., Tlie Original Hvpnotical Burlesque, ERMINSE-TRILBY. All of the Favorites in the cast. CO PEOPLE OX THE STAGE GO 30 I HARMING GIRLS 30 Prices 10 s5 and 50 cents. COLUMBIA ACADEMY. S or Washington. Cycling taught ou a. lHoM ft. floor. Couietent instructors. Charge gmall. Music every evening. d :nil P treats J. llart Brm.im. Mgr. Take Fatreo: cais. EXCTUSIONS. "GO SHOOT THE CHUT At Beautiful I Second t.t lh Wednesday w-. ... IVrmiiaUy Conducted Ex River View. emulous WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, andcveiv other Wednesday dining the rea son. Take .Steamer Samuel J Pentz at 10 a. in., 2 and C:15 n m. Reluming, leave River View at 12:1 . r., S and 10:10 p. in. Those wish ing a pleat-ant frail should take steamer at C:l5 p. m. and return at t-:t" p. in. TICKETS, 25c CIIILDKEN, 15o. V. S. 1UNIIALL, Sole Proprietor. Family Day, S.iturlay, June 13. jECJjjSS Home Club Family Excursion TO RIVER V8EW, Friday, June 12, 1896. GRAND CAKE WALK by Professional Artists and Other Attractions. Steamer Samuel J Pentz leaves 10:13 a. in., 20 and C.-15 p in. Tickets, 50c; Children Half Fare. FOR SALE BY MEMBERS. jc7.10.ll.l2 - Steamer "MACALESTER" leaves 7th St wharf dailv (except Sunday) at 10 a. in. and 1C& p. m Returning, lcaies Marshall Hall at 12:15 aim 4:i p. in INDIAN HEAD TRIPS Every Fi id jv and Saturday Evening in Juno and ever Thursda. Friday anil Saturday in Julv, August and September at b:0 p. ui.. landing at Mar-hall Hall both ways, and leav ing M.ti&liull Hall on return trip at 9:30 p. in. Paitii s at "the Ha'l" can avail themselves ot the Macalestcr's Indian Head trip without cxnacbaige. Steamer "HIVFR QUEEN" leaves 7th and O St. wharf daily (Sunday-, excepted) at 9:10 a. in. foi Indian 'Head and all intermediate landings, and at Z)0 p, in. for Marshall Hall only. Returning, leaves Marshall Hall, at Ut'J and 7:39 p. in. Music by Irof. SchroeJcr's Band, Dancing Day and Evening. FARE (Rotmd Trip) - - 25 Cts. SAn excellent Co ji-c Dinner on arrival of noats, ale. Good ('ale oil steamers. L. I.. UL'.Ki:, Ciptaln. COLONIAL BEACH, Fattest Fx urion Steamer on the Potomac, The John Sylvester. Switt, Spacious. Clean, Respectable. NO STATE ROOMS. Special sal on for ladies and children, par-Ion- foi family parties. Fare. oO cents; chtl dred, 25 cent-." LOWEST EXCURSION RATES for soci eties. Esputa's Oicbestra. Unexcelled tab c. Clyde Dock, foot of 7th St., 0 a. m., except Mon.iav. 6 p. in. Pal in da s VISIT Mount Vernon This grand "old Virginia" resort is now open. Adjoins Mount Vernon and is the most picturesque spot about Washington. Always cool, abundant shade and gur gling artesian well water. Every city comfort, such as hotel cafe, rcfrc-hnicnt booths, Ac. Bowling Alleys, Billiard and Pool Tables, Gaines. Mcrry-Gr-Rouud, &c Largest Pavilion about Washington, with Electric Orchetiioii. Take Mount Vernon Electric Cars 13' and Pa. Ave. Trains hourly. COLONIAL BEACH EXCURSIONS. Palace Steamer "JANE M0SELEY," Fastest and Most Elegantly Appointed Ex cursion Steamer on tlu' Potomac, possessing COOL and SPACIOUS sAI.OONnnd HCE- EICANE DECKS and LARGE mid COM. MODIOUs DANCING HALL. Dancing ud Concert Music by Pistorio's Band. Large rebates paid organizations. Round Trip only ,50 Cents Foot Sixth Street daily (except Mondays and Saturdajs) at J a. in.; Saturdays C p. m. Ofilccs 019 Pennsylvania Ave. and Wharf. SUMMER RESORTS. Chevy Chase Lake and the beautifol grove bordering Its banks is the ideal place to spend a few hours each day dur ing the summer months. The grounds are kept clean, and perfect order Is maintain ed. A delighlfui pluce to take your chil dren for a day's outing to roam in the woods surrounding the lake shore. Ac commodations are made for picnic parties, and no better place can be found for the purpose. Doncli's band will play every evening during the summer from 8 until 10 o'clock. Pleasure boats for hire on the lake at all times. Take cars of the Capi tal Traction Company. EER PARK, On the Crest of the Allegb.anl93. (Main Line B. & 0. R. R.) SeasonOpens June 22, 1896 J'or rates, rooms, and other information upplj' to D. C. JON'SS, Manager, B. & O. Cen tral Building, Baltimore. Md.. tip to June 10th; liter that date, Deer Park. Md. BLAMES IT ON HARRISON Secretary Carlisle Eeplies to the! Bond Inquiry Resolutionr He Finds the -Root of. tue Trouble in the Last Administration nnd Re cent Ibbues Woro Necessary. The reply of Secretary Carlisle to the inquiries or the subcommittee of finance of the Senate, charged with tlie investiga tion or the sale of bonds of the United States iu the years 1694-5 and lbOO was made public yesterday. The Secrctnry traces the beginning of the trouble back to the closing year of President Harrison's administration, and brings tlie history down to Mr. Cleveland's first issue of bonds. JBpenking generally of the various issues, the Secretary says: "Owing to ttic discouraging condition of our financial affairs and the consequent lack or confidence in tlie ability ot tlie government permanently to maintain a reserve under a system of redemption, and reissue of notes, very considerable dilfi culty was encountered in effecting the loan invited by the proposals of January 17, 1894, and at one time pending the call it -was leared that the effort would fall. "However, owing to extraordinary ex ertions made during tlie last two or throe days preceding the time When tlie bids were to be opened subscriptions for tlie whole amount, were secured, as hereinbe fore stated. "At i lie time the contract or February 8, 1S0., was made the emergency was so pressing that tlie whole purpose of Hie loan would have been defeated ir the replenishment or the reserve had been postponed for a sufficient length of time to advertise for bids, and besides it was exceedingly doubtful whether, under the circumstances, any sales coul.l have been made to tlie general public upon as fav orable terms as to the rate of interest as were secure 1 by that contract." Replying to that pirt of the Senate reso lution which directs tlie committee to investigate and report "what effect the bund sales had on the credit," tlie Sec retary says that in his opinion, tlie sales were necessary for the preservation of the credit of tlie government and the security of the business interests of the people, nnd that they, in fact, accomplished those results. "Will Hold a Convention. St. Louis. June 9. -Chairman A. Roselle Of tlie People's Party State committee yesterday issued a call for tlie State con vention to meet in Sedalia on Julv 30. The convention will nominate a full State tiekej and Presidential electors. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Furnished by Seymour Rron., bunk ers nnd lirokorN, members of Now York Stock Exchange. AViiMilnxtnii office, 000 Fourteenth street. J. A. Tlreen, manager. Op. tli-'. ,o-r. Cine Aw.snsiirllol'lllicfn. 12.1 :"J-V '.y "-'l Am. Sug. Retin Co, pfd 101 Ml mi o'i Canada Southern SOV 5 fO'r .vi' AJclilsnn Top. & S. P.. U; Mi(C mj i(l American Tobacco Co.. ',' fi i,m,- Bay State Gas 2SU 2S?i IS s Chesapeake A Ohio 1H4' 15. 1V ; Central of New Jersey.. '0".'4 Ifl0 101 ior,U Chicatroand Xoithu'n.. 101'. 10."; lO-jig jfix Chicigo. Bur. & Q 77'f 7"V, .7 T. Chicago Gas 7Ji i7Ji 7? bii C.M.ASLP 7 :c,i "4 7f.J Con. Ga l.M 1"5 l.i3 13.- C. It. I. &P t'. C!s 0 -X CJJS C..St. P. M. AOma 1i -ii 1VX 42U Distillei A-Cattle l'ectt.. 17 17 I1.I4 ig uencral Klecirlo 3.? Z'l3.x :rl .. ItcledcGas 13' 2.P4 ij 2Sl2 Lnuisvillis .V Naslivillo.. -4t7fS VyA 4PJ2 4u; S. and W . pref. 23 2! T.V, 2 y. Mannaua:; iimjs luil-i l4 iai-! Mo. I'acilic -'A '.I N. V.. OntaiioA W. 13 13 13 1.". Noitlicrn Pacitlcpfd H'4 i .3J- 14 Pacific .Man 24i 21i i4Ji : Plilhi & Reading 6's Si S'i S soutliciu Railway pfd.. CS CSJJ ;7 T, Tennessee Coal A lion .. 21-A I4l,i ,'2-U -sjyB Oiiion Pacilic C ;y GpH l.7 L". Js. L. p f U .'. . Wi C3' vy G-2 cttern Union 5VJ f.j) 5 Si Wheeling A Lake Erie.. t) U '. 'Unlisted seeuiities. Cbicajio urn in and Cotton .Market Open. High. Low. Close. juiy?.u::v!:... w j - z&A. .sc,,t Mi 01J4 OJ oJ COltN: o, , , iiv 23 2S 27J4 27 Sept". WA 'M. --0 - OATb: juiv IS IS ni 7i s"pt:......::.. m xsx & & Pome: July 7.10 7.10 7.02 7.03 Sept 7-sJ '-5 -15 7-0 LAHI): Julv --22 -L22 t.17 L17 Scp't 1.5" 1-39 L30 4.3i SfAitn Rins: Julv 3.&J 3 65 3.77 o77 Sept -1.C0 4.W) 3.92 3.;f2 Cotton. Open. High. Iow. CI05. ... 7.12 7.42 7.3r 7.31 ... 7.11 7.43 7.18 7.2S ... 6.8 0.89 6.71 0.71 ... Cs4 U.hl d.71 0.71 Juiy August September.... October Wuslilnirtou Stock Excuunjje. Sales Gi eat Falls Ice, 7 at 120;.'. GOVERNMENT 110.VD3. HID. ASK. XT. S. 4's R. ir.7k 10SX U. S. 4's C 109i4 Hi U.S. 4's l!Ki" 116 U. S. 5's 1901 I1214 DISTHICT OK COLUMBIA IIONII3. i's 1S99 "20-ycar Kundiiig" 10(1 (.'s ls02 "30-year Fundin?" gold.... Ill 7's 1901 "Water Stock" currency '.'& 1901 "Water Stock" currency. tunding"curicncy, 3.05s. 10S) .."'. MISCKLLANEOUS BONDS MetRR5s iOtV Met RUCnnvCs 1190 122 EIS Belt RRo's 1921 81 SI Ecklngion R.iilroad. 6"s 96 101 Columbia R R Cs 1914 112 ll.W Wash Gas Co. Ser A. 0's.l902-'27.... 112 ..... Wash Gas Co. Ser B. 6"? 193t-'23.... 113 Wash Gas Co. Conv. ffs, 19I 190 Chesapeake & Potomac Tel .Vs.... 100 AmerSec A 'I rust.Ts.F and A. 1905 10J 10 V" Amcr Sec & Trusto'sA.andO, 1905 luj 101 Wash Mai ket Co 1st (T. 1932-1911 S7.000 retired annually 109 Wash Market Co. imp. (?s i-'l... 109 Wsh Market Co exfn Ts.lll-'27. 10!) ." Msisonic Hall Associati'u o's 193J.. 106' . WaslL Light Infantry 1st Cs. 95 NATIONAL HANlfbTOUItS. Bank or Washington 275 Bank of Republic 210 Metiopolitau 235 iioj Central 2s(l Farmers and Mechanics' IS.i 1i2 Second 133J4 'l37l Citizens' i3u Columbia 125 Capital 117 West End., 107 110 TraUers' 97 " Lincoln,...-. 1II52 I0f.3 Ohio 85 0 hAFE JIEl'OSIT AND TllUST COMPANIES. Nat. Safe Deposit and Trust 115 120 a--h. Loan and Trust 120 125 Amor. Security Trust 141 140 Wash. S.itc Deposit 51 KAILHOAD STOCKS. Capital Tiaction Co 73 75 Metropolitan 110 120 Columbia 50 Belt 30 Eckiugton 20 Geoigetown A Tcnleytown 0 OAS AND KLECTttlC LIGHT STOCIC Wash.Gas 45 47 Georgetown Gas 40 50 AMUSEMENTS. SPECIAL New National. Beginning Next Monday Night. Engagement for two weeks only of the WASHINGTON STOCK COMPANY. ALL THE OLD FAVORITES. Edythe Chapman, Mary Sanders. Agnes Find lay. Bretta Marte, Frederic Bond, Chas. Mackay, Wni. Boag, John Findlay, Ernest Elton, Geo. Stevens. Opening Bill Derrick's Funkiest Fakce, CONFUSION. Reserved seats. 25, 50, 75o. Admission, 25c Beats on sale Tliursdij morning, je 10-it Wx3 vJ Wk i ' -if W$i'm't m '' WiMi mfr''''1 wtllm' IHl ifi 'f'W OAT T7 - l 9 i frc I IH M j? MJs. hy AJak. .m A Si jf EXCLUSIVELY These comfortable Modern Homes containing 12 Rooms and Tile Bath, with Sanitary Plumb- 1 r .jrr ing, Hot-water Heat and Open Fire Places, Concrete Cellars', 8 Bedrooms; well Ventilated and Lighted; with other Motlern Conveniences, Facing South, built of Light Stone and Buff Brick ; Large Yard to i5foot Alley. On Willard Street N. W.; between 17th and 18th, T and U; near the Electric, Metropolitan car and Herdic lines, in good neighborhood. OFFERED ON ACCOMMODATING "TERMS. FIN ANCIALi. Yesterday moiniiig " Puts " at 5S, goodfn the week, could be bougitt for 512. '0 per 10,000 bushel'. La-!i night, the wheat sold almost a. 5S at which priee a bujer has no iik this week, or, it lie thinks it will sell lower, lie can ho d the "Piit"ai d lomain "short" without risk. Come in and see ns. T. E WARD & COMPANY, Bankers and Brokers, 1333 F St. N. W. Exclusive private wire to our main office 31 and 3,5 Broad wav, N. Y. The Union Savings Bank, 1222 F Street N. W. MONEY TO LOAN On approved DUtnct real estate an I collateral -ecui ity. FOUR PER CENT Interest paid on -avings dopos ts. Open until 3 p. in. on government pay tlavsand -aturdav evenings froa. C to !j OFFICERS. F. II. SMITH President ALVIN M. LO i IIROP. .Fiist Vice President I. G. K1MBALI second Vice Presiden. JACKSON II RALSTON heuiecuv T. A. IAMBERl' ... Tioasurei and Atturue DIRECTORS. Col. F. C. Auisuoitfc, I. G. Kimball. T. A. LainbeiT. A. M. Lotlirop, Jackson H. Ralston. Iadore Saks. Wilton J. Lauibcr , F II. Smith, j.4-tf K. tjnincy Smitli. STORAGE FOR EVERYTHING, Oui large lire-proof warehouse i tlie most model nly appointed building of its Kind in the "city. Tlieie aio tunable looms and vaults and paces in winch everything i:n.4iuable can be satcly stoied. Reasonable rates. 'Phone Jus for wngons. American Security &TrustCo. 1405 G Street N. W. SILSBY & COMPANY, Incorporated. COMMISSION STOCK! .-BROKER , 613 Fifteenth St., opp. U. S. Treasury. "Phone 505. Brokers and Dealers. Stock1, Cotton, Grain, Provisions, Local Offices Building. G05 Office. Rooms 10,11,12 Corcoran rth St., opposite Patent Ornccs. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash ton. Money . This company has money to loan upon District real estate and ac- ceptablc collateral securities in sums to suit. If you desire to improve your pres- cut property, or erect new buildings, tills company will advance the neces- sary amount. Call ror particulars. OFFICERS: JOHN JOY EDSON . . . President JOHN A. SWOPE, . . Vice President II.S.CUMMINGS,..2dVicePresident JOHN R. CARMODY,... Treasurer ANDREW PARKER, .. . Secretary Washington Loan & Trust Co. COR. 9TII AND F STS. N. W. U.S. Electric Light 120 INSURANCE STOCK Firemen's 30 Franklin Wl Metropolitan 75 Corcoran 50 Potomac 05 Ailington lUO Goiniau-Auicricau 165 National Union 10 Columbia 11 Rfgps Poopia's 614 Lincoln 7J2 Coiuuierci.il ' 4 45 Sk TITLK INSURANCE STOCKS. Real Estate Title 1C0. J A J.... 103 110 Columbia Title 5.Q&J.... 5 &A Washington Title 10 3 District Title 20 8 10 TELEPHONE STOCKS. Pennsylvania 33 50 Chesapoake and Potoraao 68 60 American Graphophono 8j 9? American Graphophono, pfd 10$! 14 Pneumatic Gun Carriage 20 .25 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype (new) 124 . 126 Lanaton Monotype 7 $ya Washington Market 12 .'..... GreatFalb)2o 12U 130 IMP TIMrS RF.AT. FST BY SPECIAL NOTICE. TEE EDvell ill annua U-oiiur.eiiCeilient oft lie Metrical and Dental Departments or the National University will lie held Thursday. limn 11 nl ft n.irir!.- n i, fl lnt7irnll .Music 11, ill: iiU'iniiers of the medical and I denial professions anil thepublieareinvitetl I to attend. H. H. BARKER, M. D Dean. I . JC1U--1 III S ,ss I li M I-..-S FOP Swi.E Wcll-e(mpicd coal yard at U. ,v O. depot; csirls. wagons and ti ls;linae anu buggj, now is your time to take orders. A. R WILLIAMS, G05 7th Bt. nw. lt-em FOR S-A.XS -Great sacrifice, my saloon and diiiing-rooin; receipts, $tiO pur day; must oC.i; near department; l - rooms filled; ciicap rent and long lease. Address l B C, this orf ice. jti9-3teiii FOR SA-XiH-Cuiinctioiiery. ice i re.i.'ii, and snowball saloon; $100. h2 l.tib st. nw ; ; je').:it FOJK 23,e Grocery and provision store in ne. section; dolug a good busi ness; on .utoii!it"or lii-ticuhli. Address J. A. T., tin's officer y jn-L-?t,em i.i'fLtisvl'. jc liOST-Uiack fckcio6o' bet. tTaiut ;i MiiiuMy; coittdincdritcoipts- and papers of no value lu $Hyo$o uiit uwner. Ile um to 177o Pa. a. ve. an ir receive suitaole reward. It LOST -Monday? 'J dhe'S, a pair or gout spectacle:-; going ironl i4ui and B sw. to 5tli and O t. nw. Return satfie to 1327 5lh st. nw, itsrl reteive reward. It jel0-3t I LOST on MoiAlu5.11.gtn. iroru buggy, e.luer in fcriihtiiiiKin grounds or lillb to N nw.. dotlorfl ba,tfiiel, toiita.mng .sur gicil mstrinncnts, He ward H itturneti to th s oificc. ,, jiiI-Ct-eni LOST On Junc.Sra diamt ntl earring. Liberal rcwarfl-for its return to USUI Slstst. ju!,3t-em LOST Saturday a. in., 111 two 510 bills. 5-HO; in or aiountl the Center Market. Lil-c .' reward il returued to this orilce. 3C9-3t ' LOST Tuesday evening, black and tan gyp; no collar. Suitable lewaid if left at boij F st nw., alter" p. '111.: cars rut. je0-3t LOST - A black dachshund pop, four months old. Return to 1141 N. II. ave. and receive reward. Jti8-3t-eiii LOST -Saturday a. iii.,-ppckctboofc con aining S20, 111 or anuiud tne market. Lilibral rewartl if returned to tins olfice. jub-2t-em FOUND. FOTJND-Pn'all .sum of money; can re ceivt Mine by paying charges, W. W. W., 724 0th st nw. It FOR HIRi:. FOR HIKE-To drummers uud busi ness men. horse and buggy or Dayton, $1.50 and S' per day. Apply to the REX STABLES, tearol CIS E si. uw.; telephone, call 109! myl6-tf FOIl SALE OR KENT .SUHUJiBAN. FOR SALS OR RE.NT- A highly culti- Hiel bO-.ure fin in tlnee and oue-hali miles from cit; comrcrtab'.e dwelling, large barn; out building., mi re water, health v location; a rare rlisuice to proper partv; must be seen to get an idea of its leant . Apulv lo MRS. ISABELLA HAl.AN. reh iring Road. Central ave . jelO-4 1, FOfiSALE OR RENT-CotUigesliear whan. 1:0 miles down; fruit, milk, boat ing, and all count ry pmilecres: dailv mails. Address E DANIELS, Gunstoii, Fairfax county. Va. je7-7t A FOR SALE- nocSES. f6rsA.LB-S1,750; $20 cash; $20 iiiuninij , 1 -loom cottage. -II. D. GOR DON, Attorney, Room 2, J18 F st. Je8- 3t FOR SALE-Three 5-room houses and' lots, near railroad station: will be sold cheap lor cash. Inquire of N. KEYHER k SONS. Br-niiliig. 1.C. my20-l.lt.em FOR SyV.LK Pretty (3-room ami uath. bay-wiiuiow brick; large concrete cel lar: cost S8,2g0: will sell for 2,250:- as funic trust of $1,800; pay ?1C0 cash, and SS00 in monthly instalment: and von may haveit:Iook ui 11 today JOHN F.PARET. 1 vit (i wt. mrlifi-tf FOH SALE BICYCLES. j high: grade bicyclss- Munger's Birdie Special and Boyd Special; simple, stiong. durable, and rully guaranteed. WORCESTER CI' CLE MFG. CO., agency. 1630 14th st. nw. my3 0-1 nv BTCTflT.R Ba renins - 2S-in. wheels, ladies' or gents', '06 make, listed at $65, $80, we will sell for a few days at $44. $58 cash; all guaranteed. A. B. CARPENTER, 14thaudParksts.,Mt.Pleasant. my30-lm Norfolk and Wash'n Steamboat... Lincoln Hall Ex-div. Unit iniove Markets. Baltimore, June 9.-Flour inactive, un changed; receipts, 7",88S barrels; ship ments. 172 barrels sales, 600 barrels. Wheat weak; spot aud month, 65 1-2 bid; July and August?, 64:i-4a64 3-8; Septem ber. 64 1-2 asked; receipts, 1.0CO hushels; stock. 423,763 bushels; sales, 48.000 hush els; Southern wheat by sample, 66a67; do. on grade. 02 3-4a65 3-4. Corn easv; spot and month, 32 l-Ea'33-1-4; steamer mixed, 31 l-4a31 1-2; eeeeipts, 5,967 bushels: stock, 1,002,840-Uushels; sales, 3.000 bushels; Southern wbJte and yellow corn. 34. Oats steady; No.-2 White Western. 25a 25 1-2; No. 2 mixedi do., 23 l-2a23 3j4; receipts. 26,962 bushels; shipments, 40, 000 bushels; stock, 360,153 bushels. Rye quiet and steady; No. 2, 35 nearby; re ceipts. 3,014 buslielsi stock, 28,348 bush els. Hay firm; good'! demand for choice; choice timothy, $1700. Grain freights dull, offerings only moderate, upclinnged Sugar steady, uuchfttJgcd. Butter steady; fancy creamery,ri6al6 1-2; do. imitation, 13al4; do. ladles IZj. good ladle, lOall; store packed, 9aiO. 1:gBS weak; fresh, 12. Cheese steady, unchanged. Whisky unchanged. ee tt s ween r TOSTOFFICE NOTICE. Shtiu' 1 be real daily by all interested, as changes muv occur at any time. FOREIGN MAILS Tor the week ending June 13 close promptly at this office as fc!low: TraiiK-Atlantlc Muilr. WED.'ESDAY-(c)At 10.55 p. rn., for Nctiiurlau is. direct, per s. s. -Zaaminm. from New York, via Amsterdam. Letters must be directed "Per Zaandam." (c)At 10:55 p. in , for Europe, per s.s. Nonnan iila", from New York, via Plymouth, Cher bourgaiui Hamburg. VRiiAV (b)At 6.00 p. m. for France. Hwnzrrlniiil. Italy, Spain, Portugal, Tur kc. Egypt and Britinh India per s. e. La Ti'tiriuie from New York via Havre. (b)At " 1 iv lor Irt'lind )r s. s Etniri:"' 720 p. in. for Ireland (letter mail only), per s. k. Etruria from New York via Queenstown. Letters for other parts of Europ7i must be directed 'per i.r... a." ic,.ii '.:0 p m. Tor Ur many pers. s. Saale from New l'ork via lJr":net). Leter lor other parts of Eu rope via Southampton and I'.ret 'li must bo directed "per Saale." (cjAt 10:.". p. in. for Ncllit-rlunds direct per s. s. .Maas dam from New York via Rotterdam. Letters must, be directed "per Maasdam." (ciAt 10:55 I-, m for Europe per s. s. Pans tnrni New York vi? sSoiitliainptou. Letters for Germany must be directed "per Paris-." teiA lo V- p. m for Scotland direct per s.s. Ciicaasia from New York via Glasgow. Letters must lie directed "per Circa&s-a." (o)At in-55p.m. for Cape Colony and Ntal jicrs.s American from New York. Letters must be d1 reeled "per American." PRINTED MATTER. ETC.-German steamers sailing from New York on Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, take prim -d matter, etc.. for Germany, and sircc: illy addtessod printed matter, etc., for 1 her parts of Europe. WL te Star steamers ailing from New York on Wednesdays take specially ad dressed printed matter, etc.. for Europe. Cuiiard steamers tailing from New York oa Saturdays take printed matter, etc., for Great Britain ami Ireland, and si ccialiy addressed printed matter, etc., for other partn of Europe. The American and French Line steamers tale printed matter, etc., for all countries ror which they are advertised to carry mail. Malls for South and Central America, West Indies, Etc. WKDNKSDAY-uUAt 9 20 a. ni.. Tor La l'lulji. Countries, direct, per s. s. Dcl coinvn, from New York. (a)At 3.20 p. m ror- I'orl Antonio, Jamaica, per steamer from Boston THURSDAY- (tl)At9 20a .111. TorPortAn tomo. Jamaica, per steamer from Baltimore. (d)At 0 25 a m. for North Brazil, per s. s Grangeiise, from New York, via Para. Marauliam, and Ceara. Letters for other parts of Brazil must be directed "per Grangetise." (c)At 10 05 t 111. ror Bliie fiehls.iit rsteamerfrotiiNew Orleans. (c)AL 1055 p. 111. for Fortune Islands, Gonaives. Aux-Caycs, Jacniei, and Santa Martha, per s. s. Cuba, rrom New York. FRIDAY (cjAt 10:55 p. m.. for Fort un Island, Jamaica? Savanilla ami Cartha geua, jier s. s. 'Allegheny, from New York. (cAt 10:55 p. in., for Campeche, Chiapas, Tabasco. Tuxpam. .md Yucatan, per s. s. Seguranca. Trom New York. Letters for these Mcxiran ports and Tor the Island of Cuba must be directed "per Seguranca." (c)At 10:55 p in., for Haiti. Cumaiia and Carupano. per s s. Prins Maurits. from Now York. Letters for other parts of Venezuela. Curacao, Trinidad. British and Dutch Guiana, must be directed "per Prins Maurits." (c)At 10:55 p. m , for Vene zuela and Curacao, also Carthagena and Siivai'ia v'-i Curaf ;ki. per s s. Venrzuehi, from New York, (c) At 10:55 p. in. for St. Thomas, St. Croix, Leeward and Windward Inlands, Martinique and Barbados, per s. s. Caribee, from New York. Letters for Gre nada, Trinidad and Tobago must be directed "Per Caribee." SATURDAY (tl)At 11:35 a. m.. for St Pierre Minuolon,vla New York, pcrsteamer from North aytincy (d).Maiis rrom rewroutioianti, via ,civ York, hy rail to Halifax, and thence by steamer, close at this office daily, at 11:33 a. in. (n)Mails for Mlquclon, by rail to Boston and thence by steamer, close at this office daily, at 3:20 p. m. (e)Mails for Cuba (except those for San tiago de Cuba, which arc forwarded via Mew York), close at this office dailv. at 3 p. m.. for forwarding by steamers sailing Mondays and Thursdays from Port Tampa. Fla. (tl)Mails for Mexico, overland, unless snecinllvaiMrcssed for dispatch by steamer, close at this office daily, at 9:50 a. in. TraiiH-I'nclfic Mails. Mails for China and Japan, per k. s. Coptic from San Francisco, closehere daily up to June 9, at 6:30 p. m. Mails for Hawaii, per s. s. Australia, from San Francisco, close here daily up to June 10, at 6:;iu p. m. Mails for China and Japan, per s. s Olympia, from Tncoma, close here daily up to Junel5,at6:30 p.m.(h) Mails for China and Japan, specially addressed only, per s. s. Empress of Japan, from Vancouver, close here daily up to June 15. at 6:30 p. m.(b) Mails for Australia (except those for West Australia, whichare Torwarded via Europe), New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji, and Saraoan Islands, per s. s. Alameda, from San Francisco, closehere daily up to June 20i at 6:30 p. m.(b) Mails for Australia . except West Australia. Hawaii, and Fiji Islands (specially addressed onlv) , per s. s. Miowera, from Vancouver, c!oe here daily after June 20. aud up to June 23, at 6:30 p.m. Mails for the Society Islands, per ship Tropic Bird, from Sari Francisco, close here daily up to June 24, at 6:30 p. m Trans-Pacific malls arc forwarded to the port or sailing, daily, and the schedule of closing is arranged on the presumption ot their uninterrupted overland transit. (al Registered mall closes at 10 a. m. same day. (Diuegistereu man cioscs at 1 p. m. same day, (ciR?gi8tereu man closes at 6 p. m. same day. (d) Registered mall closes at 6 p. m. previous day. (e)Rogistered mail closes at 1 p. m. TuesdayR and Saturdays. James p. wjllett. Postmaster, :18 ATE BUREAU. BAILROADS. RAIL ROUTE TO Mount Vernon. Train Every Hour. The route giving an opportunity of seeing all points for th toun-r, in Alexandr.a, and takes but two and one-Ii .If hours for the round trip. Take trains Penn. R. R. station. 0:45. 10a7, ll:ua. m.; 12:V, 1:10. 3: 0 p. m. AIo Alexan dria Ferry, loot or 7th sr.. .030. 10:30, WJO a. iu.; 12:'0. 1:, 2:'-0p m. Fare. Washington to Mount Vernon and return, 50 cents. PERSON ALS. HALEE. medium, tells your life, busi ness, love affairs, lot tr stolen prop erty, rnetidb and ei emies, removes spells, causes speed v marriages, unites the st'ii arnted, gives good luck, etc. Hours. 9 to y 25c. and COe. S25 II st nw JelOj-lmo 2VI3(IE. THEO- im-d am and card reatier, tun w consulted on business aud love affairs of lire: communications strict ly confidential: German spoken: all hours. 25c to 50c. 929 H st. nw. Je9-3t LOOK here fellows, have you got any money? vu can use a small amount profitably by comitig to us for a suit, but little worn. JL'STU'S OLD STAND. B19 D st. nw. jeOlw "VVE invite the attention of the dealers to a car of fancy Florida watermelons which we received todav and have ror sale at 20 yth st. n w. W S. ANDERSON & CO je9-3t MRS. ZOLLER. medium, can be consulted on all urr.urs of life; 50c and $1- fcl36tli st-nw . bet. II and I. Je0-3t MaiE. FRANCIS. Card reader and medium; .lire given from cradle to grave; 25 and 50 cents. 324 East Cap tol St.; hours, 9 to 9. JuS-7t-em ABASF.ai2RIT2'.KA..Ri-K' Palmi.st Parlor palmist parties a specialty. List week. Parlors 737 13tn st. Jc7-7t DANCING taught privately. SI: any hour uaiiy to 0 p. m.; class. $3 for m lessons, fadj teachers: private residence; refs Address QUICK METHOD, this office je7-7t FULL DRESS Suits to hire Special prices to giatluates; fine, iuilor-maire suits, $1. JULIUS COHEN. 1104 7th 6t. nw. je5-Rt NO FEE UNTIL CURED. DR. LEATHERMAN. Specialist in all forms or private diseases. Hydrocele. Variocele and Stricture cured. Consultation free. Hours. 9 to 12, 2 to 5, Tues.. Thurs. and Saturdays; evening, 7 to 8. 602 F st. nw. myl5-tt DtiTECTIVE agency and bureau of iuiormution; detective work in all Its oranches in the United States and Canada, all business strictly confidential: ten years' experience iii Washington. D. C, persons desiring first-class detective servi ce should call 011 us. R. L. DEAN. JOHN TRAMMELL. orflce 612 F st. nw.. Wash ington!). C. Je2-2w PROF. CLAY, Clairvoyant, tells all events otlire: business, love affairs, lost property: daily, 10 to 9; fee. 50 cents. 4S0 H St., bet 4 1-2 and 6th sts.BW. royl2-lro-em GET estimate on brass signs; physicians' aud dentists' 6lgus oniy $4. DISH MAN, Engraver, 1 Minnesota ave.. Ana costia. rny!2-Irno LET us sei.d a case of Banner Brcwlug Company'scelebratcd beer to your house. One dollar a case. Drop postal. Washing ton agency. 421 lothst. nw. ap!7-tf.em DR. TAYLOR. l'06 F st. nw.. makes full sets of teeth for S3; satisfaction gunranteed: teeth extracted without pain: gold filling. SI : amalgam. ROc. se4-tf LADIES needing confidential treat ment. A safe aud sure relief in all female trounle. constipation, irregulari ties, tumor, cancer, opium habit, fistula, etc. Separate rooms for patients before and during confinement, and find homes for infants if required. 8trictly confiden tial. MRS. DR. RENNER. 10 Fourth at ne.. near E. Capitol st.. Washington. D- C je3-tf JT. T. WALKEP.SONS. -i4 lOthst- nw.. carpet lining, felt, fire bnck. and clay, asbestos, paints, brushes, lime, cement. two and three-ply roofing material. apl-tf FOR RENT HOUSES. lOSl VT. AVE. NTV.-Flne resi dence; all motieru conveniences: terms, $125 per month. J. C. SPRIGG. JR . 1424 N. Y. ave. niy22-3m FOR KENT 1717 11th, ior...s-a.:o S20T, llr. 35.00 311 T. Or. 35.00 1S23 18tb.br. -a.0) 3SSstnw. Cr. 25.00 415 Kvive so- fir 12.S1 20S 5th se, lOr..... 2U.00 312 13th nw, 20r..20O.CO S19 N C Ave se. Or SO. W) zu 1 .u st 3w, or.... s.uu 103 Ky. ave se, Cr 10.00 FRANK I. GKKGOK'Y. 617 Fst. nw. mv'-l-linem COUNTBY" BO A HP. WANTED-Summer boarders Terms, $4 and $5 per week; refs. required- Ad dress Mrs. L. L.CARTER, Carlin's Springs, Va. Ju3-9t-em FOR RENT no USES FURNISHED. FOR' RENT-Till Nov.TWf7dwellmg; 1636 10th st. nw.; to a satisfactory party. Keys at comer grocery; $25- a mouth. ju9-3t-cm LADIES' GOODS. TSE" ELITE, FARLORS-618 12th at. nw.; Scientific; Facial Treat ment; Hvglenlc Steaming; De Armond Bkin Food; Oxygen Balm: Summer Rates. myl2-lmo-em FOBRENT-YVOOD & COAL YARD. FOR RENT "Wood -and coal yard on 4 1-2 st., bet. E-'and F, with all the appliances for dolfig business; $25. B. LEONARD, 5304 1-2 sw. ju9-3t-em HATXllOADS. Pennsylvania RAILROAD. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B t rw. STREETS. 1 ?n?a1ct 7:3.5 P-M..May 17. 1800. 7.AA1-Wet'i-duyM,7.20A-.M..iuiiiuiy PITTSBURG EXPRESS bufret Partor ..-?? r Harriaburg to Pittsburg Lis-4-.:aa:- PENNSYLVANIA LIM- 1 T"nT7PS'lman Sletrpuiir. Dining, SmoJt- Chicago, CliictoDuti, Indianapolis, St Louis. Cleveland. and Toicdt.. BuXfetPar lor Car to Harriaburg lO'SOA, MV FAsjT LINE.-Pullmao Butret Parlor Car to Harrtsbursr. Par lor aud Dining Cars. Harrtsturg toPltw hcrg. 3fP,RI. CHICAGO AND ST. LOTJI3 EXPRSS-Puilman Burrei Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Sleeping an 1 Dining Cir3 Harrisburgto St. Louis, Ciuciunati.Louu Tille. and Chicago. 7.10 F. M. WESTERN EXPRESS. Pullman Sleeping Car to Chicago, and Harrisburg to Cleveland- Dining Car to Chicago. T.Vr-P. 2$' BOUTHWESTERN BX- 1 Iti-.aa. Pmiman sleeniug antl Dining Cars to St. LouW, and afeeplug Car, Har risburg to Cincinnati. 10.40 F. 2kT. PACIFIC EXPRESS. Pullman SleepiugCarto Pittsburg. 7;50 A. 2V1. for Kane. Canandalgna, Rochesier. aua Niagara Falla cLUIy, ex cept Sunday. 10.30 A. 2M. for Elmlra aud Renovo. daily, except Sunday. For Lock Haven week dayii aud Williamsport tfundays, 3.40 p. m 7.10 F. ar.forWIlllamsport, Rochester. Burralo ana Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, wilk Sleeping Car Washing ton to Suspension Bridge via Buffalo. 10.40 F. JV for Erie, Caiiandaigua, Rochester, Burfalo and Niajrara Falls daily. Sleeping Car WaBiuugton to Er- For I'liHudelphla.New York: and the 4iP,:? H. "CO.NGKESSIONAL LIM ITED' dally, all Parior Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7.00 iDluing Car). 7 20, 9.00, 10.00, lDlnlngCar),and 11 00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) a. m.. 12.43, 3.15, 4.20, 6 40. IO 00, and 11.33 p.m. On Sunday, 7.00 (Dining Car). 7.20, 9.00, 11.00 (Dining Car rrom Wilmington).-! .m.. 12.15 3.15. 4.20. 6.40, 10.00. and 11.36 p.m. For Philadelphia only. FastExpreas,7.50 a. ni. week daya. Express. 12.15 weelc days. 2.01 and 5.40 p. m. daily. For Boston without change. 7 50 a.m. week days, and 3.15 p.m. daily. Atlantic City (v'a Delaware River Bridge, all rail route), 3:15 jj. m. oally; (-via Market Street Ferry). tO.Go. 1 1.00 a. in. f.nd 12 45 p. ns. week-days. 11.35 p. m. da'ir and ft.OO a. m Snt"riavs only. For Baltimore. 6 25.7:00.7 20,7 50.9.00: 10 00, 10.30; 11 00, and 11 CO a. m 12.15, 12.45. 2.01, 3 15. 3.40. (4.00 Limited). 4.20. 4.36, 5 40. 6 05, 8.40r 7.10. 10 00, 10.40, II 15, and 11.35 E. m. On Sunday, 7 00, 7:20. 9 00, 05, 10.30, 11 00 a. m . 12 15. 1.15, 2 01. 3 15. 3 40 14 00 Limned). 4.20, 5 40. 6.05, 6 40, 7 10. 10.00, 10.40, and 11 35 p. m. For Pope's Creek Line. 7 20 a. m. and 4.36 p. ni.. dally, except Sunday. Sundayj, 9.05 a.m. For Annapolis. 7 20. 9.00 a. m.. 12.15 antl 4.20 p. in., daily, except Sunday. Sundays. 9.00 a. m. and 4.20 p. m. Atlantic Coast Line. Express for Rich mond, points on Atlantic Coast Line, 4.30 a. m.. 3 46 p m., daily Richmond and Atlanta. 8 40 p. m.. dally. Rich mond only. 10.57 a. m.. week days. Accommodation for Quanttco. 715 a. m., daily, and 4.25 p. m . week days. For Alexandria. 4.30. 6.35,7 43.S.40.9.45. 10.57, 11.50 A. M.. 12.50. 1.40. 3 20. 4.23. 5.00. 5.37, 6 15, S 02. 10 10. and 11.42 P. M. Oa Sundays at 4.30. 7.45, 0.45 A. M., 2.43, 6.15, 8.02, and 10.10 P M. Leave Alexandria- for Washington 6.05. 6.43, 7.03. S.00. 9.10. 10 15. 10.28 A M.. 1.00. 2.15. 3.00. 3.23. 5.00. 5.30. 6.13. 7.00. 7.20. 9 10. 10.32. and 11.08 P. M. On Sunday at 6.43. 9.10. 10.28 A. M.. 2.15. 5.30, 7 00, 7 20, 9.10. aad 10.52 P. M. Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and O streets, and at the station. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be left for the checking of baggage to destination frota hotels and residences. S M. PREVOST. J R. WOOD, General Manager. Gen. Pass-Agent. ALTIMORE o AND OHI RAILROAD. Schednlc m enect Ataj 00. is96. Leave Washington rrom station corner of New Jersei avenue and C street. For Chicago and Northwest. Vestibuled Limited trains 11:30 am.. &.05p. m. For Cincinnati, St, Louis and Indlanap oh. Vestibuled Limited. --i5 p m.. ex press. 12:15 night. For Pittsburg nnd Cleveland, express daily 1 1:30 a. m. and b:40 p m. F.t Lexington and Staunton. 11:30 a. m For Wmchester and way stations. b3:30 p. m. For Luray, Natural Bridge. Roanoke. Kuoxville. Chattanooga. Memphis and New Orleans, 10:50 p. m. daily; sleeping cars through. For Luray, 3:4o p. m. daily. For Baltimore, week, days, 5:00. 6:30," x7:0O, x7:05, x7:10, 2.r:3o, x:uo. 8:30. n'i .20. 11.15. xll-30. n. m.. and Him night. Sundays, x7.05, X7.10, 8JO. X9.00. xiu.ou. a. m . xl2.i5. X12JJ3, l.oo. X3.00, a J5. -t.5. r 05. x5.io.t;-5.x!s.oo, xy.so, 11A5, xll.oOp- m.,xl2.01 night. For Annapous. 7.IO .irni .. a. m.; 12.10 antl 4.-i P- m Sundays. sjOo. m., 4.33 PVof Frederick. aO.OO. bll.30 a. m.,cl.l3 b4.30. b3.30 p. m. For Hagerstown, bll.30 a. m., and bo.3a p.m. 1 orBoyd and way points. wcckdaysO.OO a. m.. 4.30. 5.30. 7.03 p. m. Sundays, 9.0O a. in.. 1.13, 7.03 d. m. For Gaitnersuurg .ui- way points, weei days, 7.00, 9.00 ; m . 12.5U, 3.0O, 4.30, 4.33. 5.30, 5.3o, bo, 1 110 p. m. Sun Cays, 9.00 a m, l.lo. 5 as. 7 05.10.23 p.m. For Washington Junctionand way points, aO.oo a. m . cl 13 p. m Express traltu stopping at principal stations cnly. b4.30, b5 30 p. m . For Bay Ridge, week days. 9 13 a. m. and 4 2o p- m. Sunday;., y 5 a. m.. l.;SO and 3 13 p. m. ROYAL BLUE LINE FOR NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. i"n,a" All trains lUuiuuiateu wi.ii I'mtsch Hght. For Philatlelphia. New York. B.ston ami the East, week days 7 00, 7.05, S.QO, (10.00 a. m Dining Can. 12 00, 12.35. 3 00 15.03 Dining tan, fa.Oo p m. (12.01 niht. Sleeping Car open at lO.uO o'clock). Sundavs. (.05 Din-g Can. IO.00 a. m. Dining Can. (12.35 Dining Car). 3.00, 16 05 Dining Can. S.oO, (li.Ol night Sleeping Cor open Tor passengers lo.oo V m.) Buffet Parlor Cars on all trains. For Atlantic City, 10 00 a 111.. 12.00 noon, Eundavs, 12 35 p. m, bExcept Sunday aDaily. cSunday ont7 xExpress train. j Baggage called for and checked from ho tels ami residences by Union Transfer Com pany, on orders left at ticket offices, 619 Pennsylvania avenue northwest. New Yorjj avenue and Fifteenth streer.ainl ntdcDOt WM B. GREENE. CHAS. O SCULL. Gen Manager Gen-Pass. Asenfc Southern Railway. (PIEDMONT AIR LINE.) tSehcdulcliierfectlop.ra.MaylT.lSOS.i All trams arrive aud leave at Penasylva- - r nia passenger station. 8 a.m. Daily. toed for Danville connccti at Manasas Tor Strasburg. daily, except Sunday, and at Lynchburg with the Nor folk and Western, daily, and with the Ches apeake and Ohio, dany for the Natural Bridge and Clifton Foige. - 11:15 a.m.-Daily. the UNITED STATES FAST MAIL, carries Pullman Bufrct Sleep ers. New York and Washington to Jackson ville, uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for Augusta, also Pullman Sleeper New Yorkto Neworleans. via Montgomery, connecting at Atlanta with Pullman Steep er ror Birmingham. Memphis and St-Louis. 4:01 p.m. Local for Front Royal. River ton antl Strasburg. daily, except Sunday. 4:51 p.m. Daily.IocatforCharlottesvilTe. 10.4.-I p.m. Daily. WASHINGTON AND SOU'l H WESTERN VESTIBULED. LIM ITED, composed of Pullman vestibuled sleeper?, dining cars antl day coaches. Pullman sleepers New York to Ashevllla and Hot Springs, N C.;New VorktoTampa. via Charlotte. Columbia, savannah, and Jacksonville, and New York to Memphis via Birmingham; New York to New Orleans, via Atlanta and Montgomery. Vestibuled da y coach Washington to Atlanta. Southern Railway dining car. Greensboro to Mont- gTnTlNS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION leave Washington 9:01 a. in. daily. 100, p- m. and 4.43 p. m. daily. exceptsu.1day.aml6 tp m SundaysonlyC for Round Hill, 4.3- p. in.; daily, excenl Sunday, tor Lecsburg. antl 0:25 p. ,a daily tor Berniion K.-lunug. arrive at Washington 8:26 a. m. an.l 7 1)0 p. m. daily, ami 3.00 p. mdailv. except Sun da , itoin Round Hill ami 7.ut .,. ,n dal'.v. except Sunday, from Hermion. aiui g 34 a in- dally, except Sunday, from LeesbuTg. Through trains from the South arrive ao Washington 6:42 a. in... 220 p. ro. ana J w:40 p. in., dally. Manassas tllvisjionr 10:00 a. in., daily, except Sumlav. ami 8:40 a. m.. daily, from Charlottesville. Tit'KCts, sleeping car reservation and in formation riirnished at otacei 51 1 and 1300 Pennsylvania avenue, antl at Pcna- BVIvainu iwurn.i'i i ijrvnjivt rialou. i "W. II. GREEN. Geii. Supt. , J. M. CUIV, Truffle MminKor. "W. A. TURK, Gen. Push. Atront. L.S.LIIOWS, Gen. Act. Puu. Dyfc. VvJSbHt-'v.'. v ,nsj.-;4-r-