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THE NATIONAL RJ5 PUBLICAN : SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 19. 1886.
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FOX, rnrjint-ii AMD SUKAuan. BATUKDAY. JUNE 19. Arausomeut. ALBACon's Jcannlo Winston. Kaiiosal TilKATr.n "Tho Mikado." THE MANASSAS l'AM0BAMA-15th It. A Ohio ftV. Parties) leaving; tho city for tlio eummor can bTO tho Rr.rcm.iCAX mailed to their address by pnj Ins M cents per montb. ''iKnstrugglollUotuls, justice orcrodlt to Individuals Is but dust In tho balance." Edwin 31. Stanton. lErrm.icANS generally Indorio half of tbo administration tho better half un doubtedly. It Is a mighty lucky thing for J. Hull that O'Donovan Kossa's mouth Jsonlyn. single-barreled smooth boro. Tun Tennessee Republicans, with n good ticket aud strouff platform, havo begun a campaign that ought to bo a winner. Coi.. MoiuueoN knows how tho king of Franco felt when, after having "marched up tho hill," ho proceeded to "march down ngaln." Tiicun Is another llttlo mound In tho tariff graveyard besldo that In which poor Horizontal "was laid with many tears" two years ago. "In the magnltudo of tho cause, all merely pcrional questions aro swallowed up." i.(ici'n 3t. Stanton. IlEsnv Wattehson will see tho necessity for cabling consolation from London to tho Star Eyed Goddess of Reform, who Is wcailnghcr cyclnasllug. Ir tho administration Is demoralized by the defeat of tariff legislation, It should try to recover Its normal courago and hopeful ness. Let It braco up and buy another bath tub. Ji'poc IIoi.man'8 splendid run from Indiana to Washington, reaching his seat In the House In limn to voto with Brer Morrison, Is a fresh attestation of tho valuo of the liver pad. Ir members of Congress wcro paid In propoitlon to tho valuo of their services their Incomes would rango from fifty thou soLd dollars to fifty cents a jcar moroof the latter than the former. "Likk all other public men I must ox. pect and patiently bear misconception nnd false icpoit." Eduin 3f. Stanton. Cmt.i will kindly postpone tho long threatened punishment of this republic while Ltr Invincible navy devotes Itself to firing salutes In honor of tho dead who fell in the Santiago election riots. How Tiir. world In general managed to exist beforo tho New York llorij camo under Its present prosperous management Js an Incomprehensible mystery to tho i cartel a of that modest metropolitan news paper. Ir you have ever been nolo to enter Into full and hearty sympathy with a trustful young hen that has been duped Into wast ing a month of precious time "setting" on porcelain eggs, you know how tho tariff tinkers are feeling just now. The only excuso niado by tho boodlo aldermen of New York is that In taking bribes they followed a long lino of prece dents by which the sale of votes had bceu elevated from tho mlro of corruption to tho piano of honorable Industries. "Hut believing that our national destiny Is In the hands of tho Most High as ever were tho children of Israel, I am not only undismayed, but full of liopa."- ftfiWn 31, Stanton. A little more than a year ago tho Na tional Rr.puiiLiOAN said: "Thero will bo no tariff, silver, or civil service legislation during tho forty-ninth Congress." Much valuablo time might havo been saved It the inevitable had been gracefully accepted. The Republicans of Vermont, whiio gen erally condemning tho course pursued by Mr. Kdmuuds In tho campaign of 'SI, aro pretty sure to conclude that ho is too great n senator to bo replaced with Smith, Brown, Jones, Robinson, or any other un known quantity. A coitirESi'ONDENT who is greatly Inter ested In manly sports wants tho National IIei'I'iilioan to advocato a revival of tho "grand old game of football." Wo do cilue. There are too many "kickers" al ready. Our correspondent should tako his requtst to n mugwump newspaper. A W'AHUsnTo.s- dispatch tuys Hut Secretary Eudleott wants to resign from the War Depart ment as there Is not cuo'.uU for him to do. Xattttn nevtpapert. If the Secretary is suffering from omm' be might find relief by taking personal com mand of u detachment of troops and help ing (Jen. .Miles in tho hunt for U jronlrno. The National Rupuiilican ventures once more to remind the mugs who wunipod In Wi that thero Is an oxcess of zc.U uud it paucity of dlicrctlon In their ubuso of the mugs who wumped in 183 1. If tho Repub lican party Is to have Its parsnips buttered In 1688 there must be an abatement of hard words. "TiiEin: could be no greater madness for a man to encounter what 1 do for anything else than motives that ovcrluap tlmo and look forward to eternity." Mwh 31. Stan ton, i COXGIIEESUAN MAItTIN L. 1'OIUN, of Ohio, has Joined tho lunumcrablo ctirjrau of book-writers. "Tho Other Side" Is tho title under which his venture, now being put In type at tho well-known publishing bouse of Cray & Clurkson, will mako lu appearance. From a hasty ami somewhat premature reading of proof slips we think It tafo to speak of tho forthcoming novel as a work of unusual literary merit, Tho au thor, w hllo wcll-kuowii as a public man, has the advantage of handling his subject from a mechanical standpoint, and thcrcforohli characters and plots smack strongly of tho tracings of truth, n marked exception In most authors. Tho 1'rosldent's Reception Nothing could bavo testified more strongly to tho Interest which tho public takos In Mrs, Clovclaud than tho enormous throng of citizens who passed last night through tho reception rooms of tho white houso. Wo say ".Mrs. Clovclaud" advisedly, be cause If tho 1'rcsldcnt had remained n bachelor there can bo llttlo doubt that, notwithstanding tho respect and esteem In which ho personally Is held, tho majority of his visitors, In such tropical weather as prevailed last night, would havo remained severely at home. To a stranger la this country tho con course was certainly astounding. At 0 o'clock tho pcoplo wcro wedged In solid ranks, packed six deep, from tho Rlggs Houso to tho farthest entry of tho Presi dent's ofllclal residence. At 10:40, when nil tho reception rooms seemed crowded to their utmost capacity, wo found that tho crowd was just as denso and enthusiastic as when wo had left It two hours previously. Tho main objection to so great a mass of uncrowned sovereigns consisted In tho dif ficulty It created about having a good, squaro look at tho bride and bridegroom. Whero so many thousands of people aro pressing on one's heels It seems a sort of Impcrtlncnco to pauso for a slnglo second, even to shake hands. But tho President was evidently In tho best of humor, and Mrs. Cleveland was wonderfully gracious. As tho crowd passed In to tho largo re ception room thcro was only ono opinion about Mrs. Clovclaud. "I havo been at a good many such receptions In this house," said ono old lady, as sho removed her glasses with a deep sigh of unduttoratcd delight, "but I never saw so graceful nnd candid-looking a woman, I don't blame the 1'rcsldcnt ono bit." Iho Individuals of n crowd standing round looked at tho old lady with admiration, us each ono added "Nor I, ma'am." To any ono who had over observed tho formalities of European courts such a gathering as that of last evening Is 1m prcsslvo for other reasons than for tho mcro numbers who attend. It was profoundly Interesting, as pointed out by Charles Dickens and olhertravclcrsraanyycarsago, to obscrvo tho great variety of sovereigns. Hero comes tho Secretary of tho Navy with a lady on his arm, both In full evening dress. They aro directly followed by a sailor of tho United Stttcs navy, with his bluo shirt opened quite fashionably hi front and a heavy cord round his neck, doubtless con nected with tho Inovttablo jack-knife. Then comes an old lady in deep mourning clasping a girl with ono hand and a bay with tho other. Promptly arrives a gang of schoolboys followed by a gcutlcuuu from fatherland with a beer-barrel waist coat and a baker's dozen of healthy chit drcn.f And so the stream of humanity flows on, containing In Its current all varieties of old and young, rich and poor, gravo and gay, handsome- and homely, but all, with ono accord, bent upon testifying by their pres ence to tho Interest which they tako In the Chief Maglstrato of tho republic and tho lovely woman who divides tho honors. Tho sccno was said by many old Inhabitants to bavo been unparalleled in their experi ence, and to one who had never had tho honor of bclny present upon such an oc casion before It afforded h splendid and gratifying monument to tho wisdom of thoso great founders of tho republic who declared to emphatically that all men everywhere aro born equal. 'I knew that everything that I cherish and hold dear would bo sacrificed by ac cepting ofllce, but I thought I might help savo tho country, and for that I nm willing to perish." Kiliriu 31. Stanton. Refeiiiiino to Sir. Holman's rcuomlna tlon tho Indianapolis Journal says: Tho nrch-dcningoguc was surrounded In the Crcciitburg convention by his henchmen, tho cdcral officials whom he nnd nppolntol to ofllce. The principal man In tho convention was Collector Hunter, nnd nnothcr prominent man was Indian Agent Bannister. Thcro wero dozens of lesser lights In tho federal scrvlco helping tho Judge in his light. Tlio convention furnished n ruro spectaclo forthoio people, who still try to mako themselves bellovo that tho civil sen ico law Is repcetod In any regard by tho present administration. It seems to us that this complaint Is un reasonable. What right has Indiana to doubt tho sincerity of the administration In Its professions of loyalty to tho great-reform? What though tho officeholders aro' ruuulng tho polltlcul machine, as lu tho days of James Buchanan, Is not Deacon Edgcrton n civil scrvlco eommlssloner? And is not that fact enough to banish doubt ? "I PKLiEvn that God Almighty fouuded this government, and for my acts In the effort to maintain It I expect to stand be foro him In Judgment." Edwin 31. Stanton, Ilrcultfast Table Letter to tlio I'ruitdent. Mn. rnr.smr-.NT: On July 4, nlncty-ioveu jesrs ago, Oeorge Washington signed tho llrt tarlffact, which formed the foundation ot our American policy, kuowu lu history as tho sec ond declaration of Independence, Tho duties levied wcro not oxcesslvo, bat Iho policy of protectloa and commarcUl In l peudenco on land nnd feu was distinctly avowed by tho friends of tho measure. Too Federalists and Republicans ef that day wero not divided In opinion i they unanimously favored a jiollcy ol protection in tho adjust ment of custom dues. Elnco then Bid den and remarkable changes In tho opinions of American statesmen hivo occurred. Kotablo among them was Mr. Webster from a frco trader to n protectionist; Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Vau Ilurcn from pro tectionists to fieo traders. Thoso import tut changes lu tho positions of eminent rain It may bo supposed wcro produced by tho sama causo which then lulluenced, and has since, all our tariff legislation, namely, as stated by a distinguished authority, an "cnllthttiiQltWi ncn," If you will tako tbo troublo to read your In augural address, In which you write yourself down n protectionist, then the paragraph upon tho tarlfflu your first messago to Congrosi, lu which you adroitly straddlo tho question, nnd dually tho recent letter of your Secretary of ttie Treasury practically declaring for English frco trade, published by your sanction and ap rroval, you will discover that tlio clomont of "tnltglitmtit ulphncii' has wrought III you a change of head and heart, which constitutes you tho leader of 110 Democrats wno vo'.olto consider the Morrison bill, and who favor a tariff policy, not ot protection, but for rovoir.n only. It was said of Mru-tln Van Huron that ho gen erally Inclined to tho popular tldoof n question, Under tho Van lluren rule, so fur as tho Domo crotlo party was concerned, you woro Justlilod In changing trom n protectionist to n frjo trader, becauso three-fourths of tho Democrats In Congress approve tho MorrUm bill, You and your Cabinet wero well Inform-i I of tho situation, and governed yuunelves aeoird Ingly. As tho tno-tblrd rule control your conventions, It Is not asking too rauoU th it tho Morrison bill should bo supported by the ad ministration, when MorrUon hlmielf Is sus tained by three-fourth of tho Djiuojr.ulu mi inbcis of tho House. WUli tlio voto on tho motion of tin on dr ill tu ot Hie cauimlttcu on ways ital m 'u-n was nnnouncod-140 for, 157 ag Unit Its coniMcra tlon Mr. Morrison gavo notleo that ho would renew tho motion on Tuesday next. This will glvo tho frco traders an opportunity to bring to bear (be potent Influcneo of "cnllg'tt'.ntl c!lsA nest' upon tho ltandaU Democracy, for thcro ore two kinds of Democracy now tho free trado nnd tho Randall, Tho latter claim to bo protectionists, yet voto for a frce-lrado speaker, who appoints tho committees which control legislation, It's about tlmo they wcro wiped out. It Is Impossible under this administration tot tho Itnndall men to bo recognized ns sluion pure Democrats. This (all tho people who favor tho prMoetlvo polity should opposo any candidate who will not promlso to kecpout of a Democratic caucus that will bo controlled by 121 southern frco trado votes. No man can flirty nnd honeitly bo called a protectionist who will go Into a Democratic caucus and voto for a frco trndo speaker, or bo bound by tho nomination of such a caucus. Tho division marked between tho Republi can nnd Democratic, parties In now clenrlr dls. tlngulsbablo upon tho tariff question, Thoso electors who prefer placing nearly 4,000 arti cles upon tho free list and collecting customs upon only a fow scoro nccossary ttoms, but not produced by us, llko tea, coffee, and also sugar, of which latter nlno-tcnths of our con sumption Is imported will voto for it nomlnco of tho Democratic party. Thoso opposed to this, nnd choosing tho American protective policy, founded by Wash ington nnd maintained to-day by tho Republi can patty, almost unanimously, will unlto with tho Republicans in tho selection and election of members of Congress lu their re spective districts. In lfW (lie opponents of slavery, tho friends of freo labor, combined with tho friends of protection and elected Abraham Lincoln. A similar Interest Is again presented, chtnglug only tho word "ilave" to "sorvllo" labor. Tho lino of bittio Is drawn. "Ho that Is not for mo Is against mo." And upon this basis an appeal Is mndo to tho Judgment and consclcnco oftho American pcoplo for djcl elen. Tun Nation u. RcruuLtbtN. SOCIETY" N'OTKS. Tlio great event of tho week tint has been comfortably full of pleasant nfl'alrs was the President's reception for his bonny brlloto tho Cabinet olllccrs, dtptomitlo carps, tho Judiciary, Congress, ana oillclals. Tho recep tion was In every respect n successful and bril liant one. It Is greatly to bo regretted, how ever, thai some form of Invitation fur tho so ciety lK-oplo who aro non-olUclals has nut boon ndopted nt Iho wlrlto lioue. Uen. Arthur, who brought tho social tact nfa man schooled In Iho elegant social circles or Nor Yorlculty, pruccfully supplemented his official luvllathtu by giving verbal and Informal Invitations to niiiciablo persons ho wished to havo at his levees. "ou aro cxpccteii to bo present whenever thero Is a levco at ihj whlto houso," ho Mould sny to friends ho met. or ho would ltncn messugo whero It would surely bo de livered for tho folks ha wished to show ro spcet and regard for. The point nt Issuo makes on an kward puuso In tbo dlitrlbutlou of social amenities. A fow of tho private resident Vtnshlnglonlnns nro related to prominent oill clals, but a majority of our most polished and agiecuble local peoplouro seldom seen at the whlto homo " Mrs Clias. Nordholl gavo a charming luncheon to Indies on Tuesday In honor of Sirs. Jcsslo Ilentnu Fremont. Tho -ntr.il decoration of tho tublo whs abedofdnhles bordered with Jucnucinlnol roses. TJio ladles Invited to meet firs. Fremont wcro Mrs. Carlisle. Mrs. Vllns, Miss Knto Field, Mrs. 8. II. Kaml'mann, Mrs. Samuel Randall, Mrs. W. W. Phelps, Mrs. Van Wyck, Sirs. Fitlrehtld, Miss L'dcs. Mrs. Washington, Mrs. HOmera, Sirs. Vance, Mrs. James t-tcvcii'on, nnd Mrs. Dr, Kidder. Miss Kvelyn Nordlioff charmlnaly assisted Mrs. Nordholl' In entertaining tho guests. Dainty souvenirs ol tho party eo-i slsltd of LounuetB of M-arlQt nnnnlei nnd swopt pcasitlcd with pluk'sstln ribbons, with tho names of tho cuots and date of the dav In until letters on tho card. The notable weddings of this week wcro all characterized by tho (pilot simplicity of their arrangements. They wero that of Mr. R. it. t-hcllabarger and Miss llbhop, Mr. JamusA. Ilaynrd, son of tbo Secretary of state and MIn OinDcaklns, ut Fort 1'enilU-ton, Md., nud Judge Durham, of tbo treasury, uud Mrs, Carter, 1118 Knto Field, who has been In the city for tho past thrco months, left for New Yoric on lhursday. Miss Field will spond a fortnight with her aunt, airs. M, 11. Hunrurd, who has a lovely villa overlooking tho sen ut Newport. After that Miss Field goes north on a lecturing tour, nnd meets her flrt-t engigcnicuc at Tccumsch, Mich., on tho 19th day ol July, I SIM. Charles II. Phorrlll will go to Niw Haven, Conn., on Friday to attend tlio con niciiccnicnt exercises at Vnla College. Mrs. Sherrlll will bo soiompanled us far as New York by her niece, Miss Dora Smith, wliow health has been greatly Improved by her so journ In the city. After Mrs, Shcrrlll's return with her son, Sir, Charles II, Sherrlll, Ir., tho family will go In Nnrragnnsett for tho season about tho middle or July. E crybr.dy was glad to sco Mile. Noguclras, daughter oftho 1'ortugueso minister, on her re turn from Furls. The only regret Is that inado molscllo must return to Purls si tmu, and will bo aeecmpnnled by her mother, tlio viscount ess Noguclras. They will rail on tho nth of Jul)-. Mllo. Noguclras Is making rapid and gintllylng progress in her musical culture under the InttrucllousotSImc. Vlardot Garcia, who Is considered tho greatot living Instruc tor, nud Is tho author of tho French method of vocal uUuio now adopted at tho famous Con servatoire, While In Paris Mile, Notruolnt met Sc nor Douilngucz, tho minister from tho Argcntlno Republic, who left hero a ycarngo to represent his country at tho court of Spain. Tho tenor Is uow stationed at tho court of St. James. l)ndon, accompanied by his family, w ho were great favorites In social circles hero. Sllnlster SlcLunc, our envoy to Paris, who has been vpitlng here, lios sailed again for France. Sir. McLano's family v, III spend tho ninmicr In Ilelglum Sllnlslcrdo Struvo has Killed for Russia to escort Madamo do Strove, who will purely re turn, en her voyage back. Secretary Iiwolsky will bo the charm d'affaires during tho minis ter's abienrc. llaron dc I In J una gave an Informal dinner in honor of tho Prince Augusta I.eopoldt) at tho legation on Wednesday evening. Sir. Archibald Forbc. tlio famous war cor respondent orLoropc, nnd Mis I.ullo Molip. daughter of Gen. Si. C. Meigs, will bo minted at bt, John's Church tills morning. Tho wed ding will bo In every way a quiet ono, no lormal Invitations having been issued for tho church. There was a family gathering, at tho resldenco of Gen, Meigs last evening. After Iho ruarrlago ceremony tho nowly.ivoddcd pair Mill visit sonic friends in the country, and on next Thurfdny they will sail for Scotland on the steamer Celtic. Tho President and Sirs. Cleveland will Ijo flven n dinner on Tuesday evening by tho nstinaslcr General and Mrs. Vilas. The Secretary of tho Navy and Mrs. Whitney will give a dinner for tho President and Mrs. Cleveland ou Thursday evening. AMUHKMKJsTK. ALIUVGII'C Tho onrra this week has druivn very well at Albaugh's. Next week "La Grand Duchess" will bo presented, for which tho salo of scats has already commenced. NATIONAL Tlio tremendous success of the "Mikado" this week at tho National has Induced Manager ltaplcy to continue It another week. Week ancr next "Tho Illack Hussar" will bo given. i. l'opulur floods, Tho Philip Rest Drawing Company's Mil waukee Hcct, though only a fow months on this market, has met with unprecedented salts. 'Ibis (sowing to Iho superior quality of the goods, which fact Is demonstrated by tho Indorsement or tho leading merchants In Washington. Three car loads recolvcd every wick. Sold in lollies throughout tho city, uud In rusks nnd bottles by Raedy A Walsh, agents, North Capitol and 0 streets northwest. Tackac-hk is cured by St, Jacobs Oil. Its pow cm are marvelous. I'lntSONALlTIliS. Dn. and Sins. J. It. Walton sailed from Now Yoi k for F.uglaud last Thursday. Sin. 1!lia9 C. IIovpinot, of Arkansas, was yestcrduy admitted to the bar of this District. Hon, W.W. ltEnrin.1), of Norwnlk, Is visiting Sir. C. L. Curllss at COS Thirteenth street north west. Mit. I.r.wis Sr-AMKit, with hlj wife and daughter, Sirs, Frlcdlauder, lcavo for Europe July 0, Fn.sr assistant Sfxhrtaiiy Mulpuow, of tho Interior Department, will lcavo this mornini; for Mississippi, to be gono about two week', Jilt, ANn Mns. 0. J. Curtim, of Tolodo, Ohio, arofpendlcga fow days In tho city, the guosts or Mr. C, U Ctirths on Thirteenth street northwest. Bhnrp rnngs Athvrnrt tho Forehead And In tho muscles of tho neck and shoulder, usually most vlolrnt after nightfall, nro nmoiu tho cheerful manifestations of ncuraUla. Itls an affection of the nerro Intensified by a cold. Repose, bringing with it n cessation of pain, Is Induced by linueltor's Stomach Ultters, which ! ft lino nerve tonlo nnd tranquilizer. It Is nltoarelluhlomuimof checking rhoumstlsm nnd gout. TliC'O mftladlr havo always mora or less to do with tho kidneys, that, when In active, rail to throw off the Impurities which engender them. Tho Hitters can bo rolled upon tocnown lionlthy nnd pnrlfylnir action of the renal organs. Resides this, It gives touo to tbo stomach, liver, and bowels, and enriches the circulation. Appetllo nnd sleep both profit by It. nnd It Is ft wcll-ncrrodltcd means of forll fling tho fjslem lualnst malaria. It hastens tho recovery of strength by convalescents, mllltmtes Iho Infirmities of age, and helps tho constitutionally feeble. Tun wifely with which Red Star Coujh Curo can betaken renders It Invaluable. TnE man that succeeds nowadays Is tho llro man, who Is up to tho times; nnd no better ovl denro of this Is needed than tho fact that every go-nhcml housekeeper Is novcr without Dr. liull's Cough Syrup. Ir you should havo n -lamo hoisc, and havo used every remedy without success, invnst iwcnty-llro cents In ni bottlo of SilratlonOII, and If llml falls you may rest assured hols n gono case. Anovr. nil other earthly Ills, IJiato the big, old-fashioned pills: Dy slow dCRrccs they downward wend, And often pause, or upward tends With such discomfort arc they fraught, Their good effects amount to naught. Now, Dr. Pierce prepares ft pill That Just exactly fills tho bill A Pellet, rather, that Is nil A pleasant purgative, ami mill: Just try them ns you fool their need, You'll find that I speak truth, Indeed. Ms tako prldo In offering tho largest nnd most complcto stock of llmo fruit julco nnd other non-alcohollo drinks to bo found In tho city. Blphonzo Youngs Company. avi'.viAT, JVorOK.i. .' -. -v'sAsifNAv K9M EDWARD 0. TOWN8KND, TKAMIKIl list or elocution, has removed to 1:117 13lli st. N. W. Jola-lmo IrTwKO REWARD WILL RK PAID 11Y TUB Uac undersigned furthu detection and ox postiro of tho thief or thieves who slolo two hnndsnmo bouquets of roses from Albaiuh's Opera Houso nt tbo High School Commence ment, Wcdncsdny afternoon, icth Instant, Ono bouquet had ft card attnehed, marked "Miss JInriinrct llayly. No. 1612 10th st. N. W from .lames White;" tho other was marked "Miss Slargaret llayly, from her two best friends." As 1 have heard numerous other bouquets In tended for other ladles were also stolen, I will gho tlO rou nrd for the conviction ami p inlsh ment of tbo culprits In anv other caso. ClIAItl.r.S II. DAYI.Y, Manager John V. Kills A Co., 107 I'd. avc. N. W. JolS-'.'t pjircGi:oKa!:TowN coi.i.Eai:, d. c C0SI.Mr.NCKMr.NT wcr.tc Slonday. Juno'JI, 4 p. m. Tho Junior Kxhl billon. Wednesday. JiuioSI, A p. m. Tho An nual Meeting oftho Society of Alumni. Thurs day, Juno :i, 10:9J a. in. Commcncomoot. The public nro Invited to the Junior Kihlbl Hon and the CommmccruciiL Jelt-at ss-Str- NOW 19 TDK TIMB TO OCT AWN 3 Ings, and HAISLKTT, S17 MAItKUT SPACH Is tho mau to mako them. AWNINGS, TENTS, AND FLAGS mndo to order nt tho shortest notice and nt reasonable prices. myil-lmo W. II. WIIEATLKY'S DYE W0RIC9 festnbtlshed 1S111). Judirlntr from list oxiierlcnrc. tho rnh of work this fall will ba so great that It will bo Imposslblo to get skilled workmen enough to do It as promptly as de sired. Our many patrons will consult their own Interests, nud do us ft great favor by send ing In their fall and winter garments Imme diately, or during tho summer months, to bo cleaned or dyed, ns doslred. Work rocolved and delivered at rcsldeneo upon nntlco by postal or nt tho oluce, 1003 Jefferson street, Georgetown, D. C. e3-3m Jiv.srxKss DmucxoKT. TERRY'S PLACE, UU7 11TII ST. N. W., NEAR fj 1 First-class restaurant nnd saloon, tor the accommodation of ladles and gentlemen; all the dcllcaolcsot the season ahvavs on hand, Chnlro wines, liquors, beer, nnd cigars. JKItltY RQDINSON. proprietor. qplo-stf JAS1E3 L. THOMAS. CATERER AND waiter, 1012 ICth st. N.W. Orders fordlnner nnrtlcs. lunches, and rceentlons nromntlv at tended to. First-class tnblo board. lnliUstf IIHLADEM'HIA 1IOU8F. RESTAURANT . nnd saloons, 1'. II MEREDITH, proprietor, S18 Pa. nv. N. . Fresh nvsteN twleo il wcolc from Norfolk. Keeps tho best table tho market Minimis iniiiu-s-ii GH. ISOSTON, HOUSE RUIMiER, RE- pairing attended to. Houses sold on tho Installment plan by n small cash payment. Perrons desiring further, particulars can calL 1H5 nth st. mhlHlra BURGESS & SHEPHERD, THE BUST hair cutters In tho city. Wo keep nil goou workmen lu unit cuuuut uo iicaicu, Also, hue bathlmr ntiilors. cor. Kth and D fits. N. W. Washington, D. C. Fine cigars and vuuneeu. mno-su TTAINKY& CHEW, RETAIL DEALERS IN XX Wood mid Coal of nil kinds, lftu-lllth st. N, W Washington. D. C. AH orders promptly attended to. Wood nnd coul kept on plank lloor nnd under cover. mhii-sif B USU,.THE TAILOR, AT THE OLD STAND. No. Wfi Thirteenth street N. W. Prices reasonable, stylo equal to tho best. Cleaning and repairing promptly done. my21-am flRAY & CLARKSON, ROOK AND JOB Ijr Printers, 839 l'o. avo. (Globe Building). AWN1NO MAKER It. C. M. BURTON, 434 9th ct. N. W. Reception canopies and decorations for rent. All kinds of Awnings, Tents, nnd flags made mRTJKKB AND HARNESS-JAMES 8. TOI". JL HAM, 1231 To. avo. N. W. piREEMAN & MONEY, ATTORNEY8-AT-LAW, Omco Rooms, 10-19 St Cloud Building, corner ofBlh andFsts, WASHINGTON, D. 0. T7l SIOI.YNEAUX HEWLET, ATTORNEY J2j and Counselor-at-Law, vVebster Ijiw lliilMlng, rooms 1 and 2, Washington, D. 0. Practices also lu all tho Vft. courts uud Su premo Court U. H. s mhO-stf 0 K. CREECY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.I 133 CORCORAN BDILDINO, TVASHINGTON, D. 0. PATENT ATTORNEY-CHA8. J. QOOCH, St. Cloud Building, Vth nnd F sts. N. W. Twenty years' cxiierlcnco. Prompt aud care ful personal attention given to every case. E ri-A HUNTON. JEFF, CHANDLER, Of Virginia. or Missouri. nUNTON & CHANDLER, Attouneyb-at-Law, WASHINGTON, D. O. Will practice In the Supreme Court of tho United Btates, tho Court or Claims, the Courts oftho District of Columbia, before tho Commit tees of Congress and the Departments. omco ! No. 87, 88 and 89 CORCORAN BUILD INO. PJ10V0.1IZS. TJROP03AIJ3 FOR FUEL. Df.partmf.nt OF THE iNTERIon, Wamiinuton, D, C Juno -1, 1SS1, Scaled proposals will bo received until 12 o clock Si", WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, ltJUO, for furnishing Fuel tor tbo Department of the In terior during the fiscal year ending Juno 'M, Instructions to bidders will be furnished on application at Olllco ol Custodian, Room 101, L. (L O, LASIAR, Secretary. Je4,9,H,19,21-!it TJR0PO3ALS FOR PIP R0PO3ALS FOR PIPE AND FITTINGS. Omen os- Buildiko ron Statk, W aii, anii Navy Df.paiitsiksts, Washington, ii, o Juno 8, 18.S0, Sealed nTOrjosabi for furnishing Wrnuulit Irnn Pipe and Fittings for the west aud centerwlngs ui suu jiuuuinu lor cinie. ssur, aim ravy i'U paitments In this city will bo received at this tlllco until 12 SI. on TUESDAY, THE 'lia DAY OF JUNE, IbSO, and opened Immediately thero ancr lu presence of bidders. Specifications, gcncrul Instructions to bidders, and blank forms of proposal will bo furnished to regular mauufacturi in and dealers on appli cation to this office. THOS. LINCOLN CASEY, JcR,0,lO,ll,19,5l Col Corps of Engineers. feir01'6S"AL8'FOin7USlB"EIt: THEA8UHY Defaiitmknt, Juno 17. ISM, Scalid proposals will bo again received at tho ofllce of tho superintendent for furnishing lumber for Iho use ol the Treasury Department In this city during the lineal ycur cudlng Juno f.i).16j7. Proposals will bo opened at 2 o'clock on WEDNESDAY. JUNE fc), H-81, Printed schedules, coutalnlnglnstruetloni to bidders, may bo had at tbo olllco of tho super lntindent. 'Iho department reserve tho rlnht to reject any or all blus, vr parts of any bid, and to V.ftlse defects. U. S. FA1RCHILD, Jel8:t Acting Secretary. lVANTitnI!lMri.ojrxtttNT. n WANTED-WORK BY A GRADUATE OF tho University of N, C, IUvo had lour tcen yean' practice at law, ten at civil en gineering, and seven In tho pay and bounty division of the second auditor's olllco. Can run that part of n claim ogent's buslncsi. Slust work can't beg and won't starve. Ad dress OFFENSIVE PARTISAN, 912 F it. N. W, 1-22 WANTEDVRY A HF-SPECTAnf.F. WHITE gill, a situation ns chambermaid ornurso. Apply niwn Ulth St., bet. N nnd O sis. 1-21 WANTKD-EY A RIMPECTARLE Col ored woman.ftplaeo to cook, wash, and Iron in private family. Address "COOK," 193d SJi!!r N. W.t tienr No. 2 station homo, 1-11) WANTKD-A STENOGRAPHER WANTM employment nt nominal salary; best refercneoj, A. II. 0. iUilSCOE, City P.O. M9 WANTED-HY AN OLD EXPERIENCED nml flrtt.rlftsflwnrkmnn. rarocts to clean ud floors to oil In all pans of tho city; satis faction tuarnnteed in work. Address II. J, HOW ELL, 6ZI Mill St. 1-18 WANTR1) JlKT.V, -ITrANTHD-A GIRL TO DO GENERAL VV housework at KXW Hth st. N, W. Refer ences required. 2-21 TrANTED-AT ONCE, COACHMAN-ONE TV w ho can tako care ol horso nnd carrlairo mid ronko himself useful about tho houso. M) Clh tt. N.W. a-2t . w ANTED-IMMEDIATELY.ANBATCOL-orcd olil to wait ou lady and gentle- mnn. Refercneo required. Apply, between 10 and 2 o'clock this day, at 1127 13th st. N. W. 2.21 . XrANTED FinST-CLASS COOK AND A YVb and w ixy (uoiorca prcwrrcuj 10 servo oui inenis and wash dishes: good wages to good servant. Apply neuvcen iu annuo ciocx in mo morn Ing. 610 11th st. N. W. 2-11) TtrANTED-A WOMAN FOR GENERAL VV housework. Apply at SCHOOL OF COOKERY, 1323 H it. No washing or Ironing. 2-ls TfANTED-AT 1811 O ST. N. W., A COM V pclcnt chambermaid, willing to assist at washing; bring references. 2-18 -V17"ANTKD-A RELIABLE YOUNG WHITK VV man to work In drug store. Apply 1223 V St. N.W. 2-18 WANTED A WELL-RECOMMENDED whltoglrl fnrgensral housowork. Apply to MRS. A. I- BARBER, Columbia HcUbts. 2-Hi WANTED A FIRST-CLASS COLORED man to llvo with a prlrnto family at tbo seaside; 2 good women to go to New York chnmbcruork; nn Intelligent young Udy for olllco wotk. and 2 lady's maids. Call ut407 lOlh st. N. W. 2 U'ASTKK Ho VSKS, W" " ANTED a"H0USE 'TO'CAREHt during tho summer by man an! wife: no children; nct references given. Address HOUSE, Republican Olllco. 8 2i Wanted MisoxhT.ASF.ovs. WANTED USE OF PRESENTABLE bono aud buggy Bcvcral times oach week; careful uso guaranteed. Address, statlnir terms and whero stabled, 1WJ N st. N. W. M9 -irANTLD-LADIE3 TO CALL AND SEE f tbo small new ovens for gas and oil stoves. 1'rlcoJlcach. J. F. PAGE, 1210 F st. N. W. 5-18 -irANTF.D-BOARD IN THE COUNTRY TV for two ladles, a partial invalid with companion. No other boarders. Address n, 1310 sotli St. West Washington, P. C. 6-18 milE NEW POST IIUIL1 HE NEW POST BUILDINO. FOR RENT Studios. Offices, and Lodge or Society Rooms. Thero aro yet vacant In tho I New Post Building somo well-lighted rooms, suitable for Lodges and Societies. Also, several well-lighted rooms cllglblo for Artists' Studios; also, two rooms fitted for light manufacturing, with or without steam power, Otis elevator runs day and night. Ap ply at Post Counting Room. Lost axj Fovsn. WWAA LOST-CHECK ON SECOND NATIONAL Bank, pnynblo to 1. II, Smith, amounting lo 103.t3t signed Judsou II. Smith, Agent. Payment on the same being stopped, return to Hil ?th st. or to Second National Bank. 9-21 J- OST-WEDNUSOAY MORNING, OOING J from 1'ith and S sts. to l'tli F St., a garnet nnd pearl ring, tho f lit ot a deceased parent, Return lo 1S2H F St. N. W. 9 19 -J- OST-1IOOK OF INSURANCE RATES, JLJ bluo cover. Reward if left at office ot tho lost, i DID 1 Business Cii'asces. ITiOR SALE-FINE : pool room (threo tn BARROOM. LARGE pool room (threo tables); rent low: terms. one half cash, balance In monthly payments, extending 2 j cars; fine business locality; raro ehniicoformiy person desiring to cngagotn tbo liquor bt'slucss. For further particulars apply toMR. WALKER, C30 Louisiana avcnuO N.W. JolO-lm Auction Sazes; rpUOSIAS HOWLING, Auctioneer. UOVERNSIENT SALE BY D1RETTION OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. OF ALL THE OFFICE FURNITURE AND EFFEOTH OFTlli: COURT OF COMMISSIONERS OF ALA1IABIACLA1MS, No. 1112 H ST., BE TWEEN 11III AND 15th STS. N. YV., EMBRACING Sillier Burglar-proof Safe, ono Marvin Fire proof fc'afo (both as good as new), Judge's bench or IOug Dctk, Oak and Walnut Tublo Desks, Slnglo and Douhlo Desks, Walnut In volving Desks, Revolving and other Olllco Chairs, Letter Presses, Flro Kxtlngulihors, Water Coolers and Stands, Mantel Clocks, English Brussels Carpets, Cocoa Matting, to gether with many other articles of value. LAW BOOKS. Crcenlcaf on Evidence, 3 vols.; Abbott's Na tional Digest, 8 vols.; U. S. Revised Statutes, 2 copies; U. 8. Digest, first scrlos, 15 vols.; U. S. Digest, new scries, 12 vols.: Webster's Diction ary, unabridged, 3 copies; Worcester's Diction ary, unabridged, 1 copy; C'jlton's General At- ius unu oiuor UUUKB. To be sold at public miction on FRIDAY', 25th day of June. 1MW, on tho above premises, cc lnmeuclng at 10 o'clock a. in. Terms eash, D. W. FESSENDKN, Clerk of Court of Commissioners ot Alabama Claims. Jc19iUds THOMAS DOtYLINO, Auctioneer. -J-vUNCANSON BROS., AUCITONEERS. SALE OF PUBLIC HAY SCALES. OFFICK OF THE EXIIINF.Kll C011MISSIONF.il. Wasiii.noton, 1). C, Juno 10, I8i0. On J10NDAY, JUNE 28, lbtio, at tho respect ive locations, I shall offer for salo, to tho high est bidder, the cxeluslvo right aud prlvllego of using the several District Hay Scales from July 1, IteU, to Juno so, 181,7, for the purpose or weighing hay, straw, fodder, oats In the straw, and llvo stock, at tho following places and time, to wit: No. 1. Situated opposite tho I'ostofllce, Union--town, D. C, at 10 o'clock a. m, No. 2. Situated on Seventh street southeast, between I street and Georgia nvcnuo, nt 11 o'clock n. m. No. s. Situated on Tenth street northwest, near Louisiana nvcnuo. at 12 o'clock m. No. 4. Situated at the corner of Ninth stroet and Rbodo Island avenue northwest, at 1 o'clock p. m. No. 6. situated nn Prospect street, between High and Slarket ttrects, Georgetown, D, 0., at 2 o'clock p. m. No. (I. Situated at tho Intersection or Bound ary and II streets northeast, at 3:30 o'clock p. m. No. 7. Situated at Brlghtwood, D. C, at 5 o'clock p, m. Parties purchasing will bo required to com ply wtib iho provisions of tho Act approved Juno 20, lr72, and entitled "Au Act regulating the salo or bay." Terms cash. By order of tho Board of Commissioners. WILLIAM LUDLOW, Engineer Commissioner D. C. el7i5t Su3i3tEnltoAnniNOi r IMI E HOTF.I. i ATwt8HINGT6N ORO vE; I Sid,, will bo open for guests on Monday, Juno 21. Room aud board 30 per month (or 860 for 2 In ssrao room), tn per week, 81.50 per day; meals, S6 cents. MRS. 8. D, LA FETRA, Proprietor. Jel5-tuths-3t 4S fjii TTAZELWOOD" OPEN FOR VISITORS: ,1.1. wlthlu sound and sight of "Mountain ke." Address Mas. ISAAC MARTIN PRICE, Oakland, Garrett County, Sid. Jel8-12t "ITi'XCELLENT BOARD" ONFARM NE,TR JUj lnountnliis; fieo uso of carriage aud liuiscs; fruits and ice: piano; no malaria: Nova tion 2.(0 feet: sulphur spring near. SIlssN. C. FRENCH, Whlto Post, clarko county, Vu. JelS-St VriUMSlER BOARDING JL; .o to MYRTijE HALL, Iho lamest houso on Camp Hill ruro mountain ulr, free from malaria and mos quitoes. House 400 feet abovo tho river. ' OPEN JUNE 7. Terms': ti to jo per week. J. E. BURREI.L, I'nni-RiKTOR. Jc4-2m Hnrper'a Ferry. W. V.i. YEItNON COrPAGK, ROUND lill.L, LOU doun eoiinty, Va. Largo nlcoly lur nlshcd rooms, with good board, 200 yards from station; telegraph and livery, Address MRS. Si. E. CLARK or S1IS3 D. C1IASIBLIN, my'-TUmo riHIK SUMMIT HOPKL. OAITIliatSliUiTot JL Sloutgoinery coumy. Mil., will no opened SIny 1. Scenery nnd heslthfulucsi unsur passed. Mineral wster, lino table, pure milk nnd crenm. For lerrai apply to WAHII II, WILLIAMS, 817 7lh St., or WM.T. tlRUMP, pii.prletor, opWtf Fon Xtnsx---Roosta IT jiuis itr.oi (aw r bt. m. sv, i,.in,r. hnnriwimn nnrlnr nnrtirnUhml. Willi kitchen and dining room; dining room large, sultablo for ofllce, will bo rented together or sei aratcly. 1-11 1?OR RENT UNFURNISHED OR FUR 1 lilshed, Ilia second floor of houso Ho. 716 K St., opislto Slount Vernon Square; south front; summer rates. - 7-2i S0R Ri:NT-M9 K ST. N. W. VERY DE slrabla rooms, handsomely furnished: en to or single; nil modern Improvements; cool est location In tho cRj; 7-22 ITIOIt RENT-HACK PARLOR, NEWLY papered, with u-o of front parlor: fur ntshed or unfurnished; rent low. Wl Mass. avc. N.W, 7-22 SOR RENT-FINK PLEASANT HALL room; convenient to pension or prlnthu c; suitable for gentleman. Address C. D., Rcpubllean OHlco. 7-2i TT10H HENT-S 8UIT1W OF ROOSIS, EACH JJ with bath, or tho whole houo, at summer raic : opposlto Franklin Park. Address II., Re publican Omco. 7-22 170R RENT-Mft Mill ST. THIRD STORY JH front room, overlooking Franklin Park, dcllghtlul SHxmer location) to gentleman only; labia board convenient. 721 i?birncNt"-air 3o'BT;isTAv:-'vifiiuiC JL? without board, two nowly (urnlsliod rooms on the second floor, en sulto or singly. 8-21 I7IOR RENT TWO HALL BED ROOSIS, ono front, tho other southern oxposurc, on Fccond aud third lloor; central location: UK, cor. 11th and U sts. N. W. 7-19 1 OR RENT-VERY DESIRABLE AND .1; nicely furnished rooms; slnglo or en sulto; at modcrato price", for tho summer. Vttlltli St., opposlto Franklin Squaro Park. 7-23 171 OR RENT-FURNISHED, A LAROH front loom; bodies pass tlio door. 1W2 li.ih st. N. W. 7-Sl F jiuu iir.iNi a Hr.e;uii uiuiev south J front furnished room: convenient to throo lints or streetcars, at tit) per month until Oo tober. 707 P St. N. W. 7-19 EOR RKNT-LARaE FRONT ROOM, handsomely furnished, on 2d lloor, with rd; two gentlemen preferred; terms reason able. Apply at 200 F ft. N. W. 7-19 ITS. OR RENT-3 OR 4 UNFURNISHED JJ rooms with every conveulenco for light bouickccplng. Apply at 8U It st. N. W., at 4 p. m. 7-19 IT OR RENT FURNISHED. A LAIIOESEC ond storv front room: Improvements. No. UlCth St. N.W. " 7-19 EORRENT-SEPARATELYORTOGEITIER unfurnished, communicating parlors, din- room, kitchen, ond servant's room, with nscol yard and stable. 603 Est. N.W. 7-19 17IOR RENT-AT 912 15th ST. (MACl'HER- con Square, furnished rooms. 7-tf l'"OR IlENTllOVSKS I7lORRENT-lH2NSr. N. W.-FURNI8HED looms or house for summer months. For teims apply ns abovc;rcfercnccs exchanged. 0-22 WWWiM". F OR RENT-HOUSE UNFURNISHED OR partly furnished. 101017th st. (1-22 "ITTOR RENT TWO HOUSES-Nos. IHO 19T1I JJ it. N. W. and lOUU E St. 8. W.; bovco rooms each; all modem improvements. In quire GEO. WHITE. 4C2SIalnoaT. 0-21 37IOR RENT 2217 CLEVELAND ST. N. W 7 between 13lh and 11th, W nndBounJary, u rooms, water, gas,andlatrobo;strcet concreted, no r two lines of street cars: rent. 815.3). A. S. CAY WOOD, cor. Cth nnd K sts. N. W. 0-19 "ITIOR RENT-1517 CTH ST., NKW6-RO03I JL? brick. All modern Improvements. 0-22 SWORMST EDT & BRADLEY. 927 F St. tf TtOR RENT-FURNISHED. "ARGYLE," J tho countrv rcsldeneo of tho lata Thomns Aimcocn on l-incy urancn roau, a llttlo norm of Ml. Pleasant (14th st. extended). For In formation, address T. BLAGDEN, City Fostof flee, box 581. C-1'J Fon Hunt Miscellaneous B ETHEL HALL, SI ST.. BET. 15TII and 10TH sts., can bo rented for puhllo gatherings nnd entertainments. Apply to WM. BUCKET, 1028 M st. N.W. mh20-stf "T7I0R RENT-AN EXCELLENT UPRIGHT JL piano; well-known Boston make; nearly new. Inquire 621 11th st. 10-21 Fon Sale IT OR SALE-ALL THE SCENERY AND properties bclonnlmr to "In tho Ranks' lampnuy. Address EDWARD C. REEDY. 311 Jim si. rt. sv. h. ITIOR PALE-BRICK HOUSE, 11 ROOMS, and stable, 20x22; 4,000 It. or ground; prlco Hll.ClOO. Apply at 410 SI St. N. W. 8-23 "ITiOR SALE-A DELIGHTFULLY-SirUAT-JL! cd country Placo in Y'lrglnln; atrallroid Htatfout 28 acres; largo houso; numerous out buildings; fruit and shade; splendid water; buildings nnd fencing In oxccllcnt repair. Good opening for a store, creamery, or grist mill. Very cheap ror less than cost of build-ings-to settle estate Address WIDOW, Ro publican Office. tt-21 T710R SALE-AT A HAItaAIN 10-ROUM JL brick houso in thorough repair, on Cor coran St., very near 13th st. N. W.-. price, 80,20), A. S. CAY WOOD. cor. Bib and K sis. N. W. 819 "ITIOR SALE A SMALL ASIOUNT WILL JO buy fixtures nnd good will In n good lo cation for a watch and clock repairer; rent tree. Call or address, No. 80 1 tt. N. E. 8-19 T7I0R SALE-TWO VERY VALUABLE E3 JL totes In Virginia. Possession at once. Dwellings nlono cost raoro lhau prlcu asked. Address K. P., Republican Olllco. 8-9 3T10R 8ALE 100 EMITY PACKING CASE, by W. 8. SI1NNIX, 703 Cth St. N. W. 8-19 FOR SALE POPLAR TIMBER 20 SIILES below Washington on tho Potomac lu Charles county, Md. Apply to I. F. COLES, Onkvlllo P. 0 Bt. Slary'a county, Sid, 8-19 "TTI OR S A LE-1, 000,000 SIERCHANTARLE JLJ brick of tho best quality, for lmnicolato delivery. Capital Pressed Brick Company, R. W. aoLDSBOllOUGH, Secretary, 930 F bt. Jc8-tf VEltSONAL. "ni.KABlNO PICTURES OF CHILDREN. X always successful Cabinets 82.60 per uoz; 10 per cent, off on showing this advertise incut. LARDNER. U27 l'a. live. Jcl91m MRS. IDA H. CORNELL HAS REMOVED her place of business to 2140 K st., whero sho will bo happy to sco her lady friends and customers: all dressmaking dono with neat ness and durability, and a perfect fit guaran teed, Parties desiring her services scud pusial or call. npJ-s-tf MISS ALICE V. WILLIAMS. 182J VT nv., fashionable dressmaker. Work aono nt private residences If required; postal notices will receive attention. feST-s-tf MADASIE PURSALL, LADIES' HAIR Dresser, 8007 M St., West Washington. Hair cuttlug and shampooing neatly done. Combings made up In tho latest stylo. fe27-s-tf MRS. DELIA HOWARD. UPPERVILLE, Va., has lust completed hcrcottago, and pared to rccolvo summor boarders; tho houso Is complete ln all Its departments, and terms reasonablo. Parties desiring board by tho day. week, or month address sirs, DELIA HOWARD, Uppervlllo. Va., box 80. myl s3m A LADY WHO HAS NO CHILDREN OF her own would adopt a llttlo girl not over 12 years. Address MRS. J. II. T., Republican Office. J 017-31 MEDICAL-METAPHYSICAL HEALING; also, Slassngo and Swedish Movement cure. Evans's building, 1420 N, Y. aro. Rooms 85 and 80. Tako elevator. leltl-ot TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT; ALSO BOLD on Installments. Callgraph Olllco, 933 V st. Joll-tr 1 ENTLEMEN'S 8UITS SCOURED OT AND PRESSED FOR St. Coats 60 cents. Pants 23 cents, Vests 25 cents. Altering and repairing dono ln best manner. Goods called for and delivered, K. I. IIA1IN, 705thst.N,W Jel5-Sm atjd 42 N. Culvert St., Baltimore. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR first-class securities at lowest rates or In terest. No delay whero tho security is good. Jc8-tf O. 0. GREEN. 803 7th St. N. W. THE FINEST GOLD AND SILVER Watches can bo bought on small weekly or monthly payments by addressing F. A., Room 4, 931 F St. N. W. Business strictly con lldentlal. Jeadm NOTICE TO ART1ST8-PIIOTO-KNLARGE-ments by solar or eleclrlo light ln short est possible time; 'i'ix:iO. mouutod, J2.50; all slxca lu proportion. U. M.BELL, 403 and 405 l'a. avo. iDt:iTToiJin(TEcRi?ATr"'Foir8UiP J day. at WEYMAN'8, my22-tf 423 11th St. N. W. AHTIfSDESIRINO FIRST-CLAS3 ROOSIS (.holihl call at tho NATIONAL EMPLOY. STE! INT CO., 407 10th st. myl'2-tf it TUSTH'S OLD STAND," No. 619 D ST. N. fj W buys Gents' Second-Hand Clothing, Note by mall promptly attended to. PENSIONS S COL. L. BINGHAM, Att'y, Omco, St. Cloud Building, Ninth aud F Sts, N. W., (upper floor,) Washington, D. C. TT'EYEBACO., WILLARD'B HOTEL BTABLE3, Corner Fourteenth and D Streets Northwest. S-Branch OQce at the Arlington, AMUSK3IENTa, ALBAUGH'S ORAND OPERA HOUSE. SUMMER OPERA SEASON. IsVERY EVENING AT 8:16. SAT. MATINEE, LA F1I.1.E DU SIME. ANGOT. JKANNIE WINSTON AS SIME. LANOE. Next week Ln Grando Duchcsso. "VTEW NATIONAL THE EW NATIONAL THEATEIL TO-DAY AT 2. TO NIO HT AT 8. MtCAULL OPERA COMIQUE COMPANY Tho Mikado. SIallncoTn-DavRt2. To-Nlghtat8. Reserved scats, 25 and 60c. Next Week. THE MIKADO. Scats for the Second Week now on Solo. ORAND CONCERT. IX ABNER'S OARDEN, SATURDAY, JUNE 19. Chrs. Arth's Celebrated Orchestra. MISS S1ARTHA LINO, SOPRANO. From tho THALIA THEATER, NEW YORK. Admission 10 Cents. Jol7-3t TUB PANORAMA or TUB BATTLE OFSIANASSAS; OR SECOND BULL RUN! CORNER I5TI1 STREET AND OHIO AVENUE Two Blocks South of Pennsylvania vo. THE HOST REALISTIC BATTLK SOKNB EVER PRODUCED. Lighted at night by 300 Edl son Electric Lights. Opendurlngthowcok from 9 ft. m. toll p. m. : on Sundays, from 1 to 11 p.m. ADMISSION 60 CENTS. Children under 12 years, 25 ct. On Sundays half price. 3- Special rates for schools, societies, and excursions. Tickets can bo had at Droop's Muslo Btoro 92S l'a. avc. PLEASURE BOATS For Hire by JOS. I'ABSENO. 8130 WATER STREET, UEOKOETOWN. D. C. Boats of tho latest designs manufactured. Oarsmen supplied If necessary. JSXCUJtSIONS. 'rfVVSfsASrAWVS 7T1XCUR8ION TO NORFOLK 'J isn FORTRESS MONROE. 8TEASIER OEORGE LEARY, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 181, At 6:30 p. m. from 7th St. wharf, Returning Monday 0 ft. m. Round trip tickets 82. Ol r-TORONTO, CANADA. 5)JLU EXCURSION, (Via Pennsylvania Railroad), by NELSON DIVISION, No. 2, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Tickets, Ten Dollars Round Trip, Good for Thirty Days. Tickets nnd sleepers can bo had of Halvor Nelson. 910 I st. N. W. N. Bunch, 814 Mh st. N. W. 1 10. W. Helsley, 421 12th st. N, W. J. r. Smith, ll. & V. Depot. W. 11. Turner, C20 B st, 8. W. W. 8. Thompson, 703 15th it. Stllburn's Pharmacy, 1429 l'a. avo. Entwlslot:Co1211 l'a. avo. Scheller A Stevens (Drew's old stand), 901 nnd bus l'a. avo. Z. 1). Oilman, 027 l'a. avo,, and Bclvcdoro Hotel, 8d nnd Pa. nvn. Samuel Slater, 101 II st. N. W. W. 8. Griffith, Government Printing Ofllce. T AKE SUPERIOR TRANSIT COMPANY. THE GREAT LAKE ROUTE. From Buffalo, Erlo, Cleveland, and Detroit to tho summer resorts of Lako Buperlor, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Devil's Lake, Dak.; the Ycllowstono National Park, and nil points In tho northwest. Uucqualed scenery, suporb steamers, Tho most delightful summor trip In tho world. For Excursion tickets at greatly reduced rates, Tourists' books, and gcnoral Information apply to II. R. HOWSER, Agent, 1351 Pennsylvania avenue. Rates furnished for special tours. JuI2-wAs-2m COOK'S ISXGUllSIONS EUROPE ANDALIFORNIA I For tho Spring and Summer of 1880. Send for Programmes. Tickets Issued for Individual Tnivol on to and ln all parts or tho world. I'assago Tickets by all lines of Stcamors. Cook's Excursionist, with mais, pub lished monthly, by mall for 10 cents. Address 1BOMAS COOK & SON, mh27-sw21t 201 Broadway, N. Y. COLONIAL BEACH. ORAND SUMStER RESORT. SPECIAL EXCURSION, SUNDAY". JUNE20,'80. STEAMER ARROWSSIITH Leaves 7th st. whrfut8:30a. m. sharp; stop ping at Alexandria. Leaves tho Beach at 6 p. m.; homo at 10 p. m. Special Attractions: Grand Stuslcal Enter lain by Prof. Plstono's Band; Sca-Sldo Dluner; Salt Water Bathing commences to-day. Re freshments nud Dinner on board and at tho hotel. Regular dally trips for tho season will i owmenco on or about tbo 20th; sco dally pa pcrs. Excursion Tickets, nOets. Children, 25ots. jc.as-.rt e.. . ill i,i.r. i, manager. M- ARSHALL HALL. STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN Will mako dally excursions to Marshall Hall nud Glimont, leaving at 10 a. m., arriving at Washington at 4 p. m, Tho Old Manor Houso at Marshall Hall fitted up with elegant recep tion rooms for ladles and gentlemen, and meals served a la carte. Fruit, milk, Ice, lco cream, and lunch sup plied excursionists, Faro for round trip 2.1 cents. On Sundays the boat will mako two trips to Marshall Hall. Leaving at 10 a, m. aud 2:30 p. in. Returning at 1 and 8 p. m. Fare round trip 25 cents. myC-Cm SraOLBK JtESOllTS. sAsAAAlwuAA'AvrvVAA'svv 13R03PECT PARK HOTEL. . CAT3KH.L, N. Y. Season 1E80 OrENS JUNE 22. First-class 8ummcr Resort, of easy access, on tho banes of tbo Hudson;250 feet abovo tho river, command ing view of tho river In front and lor miles north nnd south and tho grand old mountains ln Ibe background; beautiful park, 20 acres ln extent: terms moderate. For descriptive cir cular. Ac., address PROSPEOT PARK HOTEL CO., Cutsklll, N. Y. my2J-ws-liv "LD POINT COSIFORT, VA. HYGEIA HOTEL! Terms for (he season of 1880, beginning Juno 1, reduced '.'5 to 60 percent., but tho highest standard of excellence maintained. Send for Illustrated descriptive pamphlet nnd terms. my!7 K N. PIKE. Manager. o N THE MOUNTAINS OF l'ENNSYL- VAKIA, THE TABIC HOTEL, Wllllamsport, To. F1RST-CLABS SUMSIER RESORT, NOW O-PEN. No mosquitoes: cool nights; no malaria: no belter summer homo ror families. Rates from 810 to 814 per week. Bend for circular. my4-tf It oAJcmxa. . .. ... r ICdTNT-DELIGHTFUL ROOMS, AT summer rates, with board, at 1332 N. Y. avo: convenient to four Hues of cars. JolO-flt "TEPARTMENT EMPLOYES WILL FIND IT JL to their advantage to tako their meals at "iho old reliable," tho American Houso, Pa. avc, cor. 7th St.; reasonablo rates and season ablo hours. Call or wrlto for circular. a23-tf Educational. SELWYN HALL, READING, PA. A thorough preparatory School for Boys. Conducted upon tno Military Plan. Thorough Instructions, Sound IHsclpHno, Largo and thoroughly Equipped Gymnasium an4 Drill Hall, Flvo hours from Washington. Send for catalogue, terms, ic. L. C. BISHOP, Hcadmastor. " TO WRITE A cJaMl -ueai, rapiu hand, without eratnn or woa- rluess. Learn to wrlto shorthand on tho Steno graph cosy to learn, easy to wrlto, our to read, und fits one for profitable employment ln threo months' tlmo. Learn to operato tbo Typo Writer. Trained operators are in demand. In ttruciton In tlicso branches only, through the summer inonlbs. morulug, afternoon, and night, at the Bpcnccrtan Business College cor. Vth and D sts. N. W. Airy balls. Moderato rates of tuition. Peusonat, Cosivonr. i(OnN8, ic.-"THE WI8B FOR HEALTH Kj on dally walks depend," and thousands VDR. WHITE & SON, FOOT SPECIALISTS, 1110 Pennsylvania avenuo, Washington, and 11 North Eulaw St., Baltimore, for rellof from and avoidance of corns, bunions, diseased nails, and other foot ailments. Fortieth year of practice. 81a sitting. 1TISTABLIS1IED 1703. JlJ WHITE, HENTZ & CO., 222 and 221 North Second St., Philadelphia, Ta., Aro Sole Proprietors of tho Cclebralod "TRIMBLE WHISKIES." B)uthern Ofllce. 1200 Pennsylvania Av. N. W Washington II. O. ' , M . COL.H.A.BEUasON,lnchargo, Ie20-&wly Tbatbuib?d Orion. THE GREAT PKimnTLVAKU ROUTE TO TIIKNORTH, WEST.AND BOUTHWKflT. DOUBLKTRACK. 8PLKNDIDSCENKRY, HTKKL RAILS. MAGNIFICENT EQUIP MENT, .. . IN EFFECT JUNE 13, 1888. TRAINS LEAVE Washington from station, corner sth nnd B streets, a follows: For I'lttsburg and the West, Chicago Limited Express i of Pnlaco Sleeping Cars nt OAT a. m. rtf1y; Fast Line, 0.60 n. m. dslly to Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Harris burp to Cincinnati, and Hotel Car to St. Imlsi dally, except Salurdny.to Chisago, with Sleep ing Car Altoonn to Chicago, Chicago Ex press t 7:10 p. m. dally, with sleerln Cars Washington to Chicago, nnd Harrlsliiirsf to Cleveland, connecting at Uarrlsbunc wllB ncsscri; Express, with ihrough 8lecpers for Louisville and St. Louis. Pacific Express, ir Ti' J?!1,1' ror FRIsbnrg and theWcst, with tbfough Sleencr Harrlsburg to Chicago. BALllSIORK-AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. lor Erlo, Canandalgua, Rochester, BufTalo, Nngarn 10:00 p. m, dally, except Saturday, w!i" V.?.'.v.co Ca Washlngleu to Rochcstor. .r-.,yv""m.'tK'rt- Lock Haven. ftndEImlrn, at 0:60 ft. m. dally, excent Sunday. ..Jor Now Y'ork and tho East, 7:15, 9.-00, and llroo ft. m., 2.-00, 4:15, 10), nnd I ISO p. m. Ou Sunday, p.ooii. m., 2.-O0. 4:18, 10.00, and 11:20 p. m. Limited Express of Pullman Parlor Cars. ' AS't' ,,",(, 3M f-m- dn,lp' except Sunday, day? Bo,,on without ohango. 2.-00 p. m. every n.li'.t&!'' Y;', tbrough trains eon. SSr InlrfrL,1? w.l,u bo'" of Brooklyn Au. JJrTrmffiffiKiA1,' ,rRn"f to Fulton street, irai,,moro:l5,S.WS;i 0ftoio.6and8'i?25W.lU-"2'4;18' mfS.MceTsun:7!l5 B-m-ana4:10 5?..d"Z.' except Bunday. Bundavs. 9 a. m. 1111 I,. IU. AIsn?iA5J?5IA . A'D .7"KDERICK8BURfJ fA,8,ilNGTONA?!A.LKAND1,1A AND p. m. On Sunday at 00, 925, II Al a. m., 8.-05 'Fprltlchmondondlho8outh,0,tlr01ft. m. ". hd 4:35 p. m. dally, except Sunday. ' , Tralnsi lenvo Alexandria for Wnshliiston. J'.'in0.?1' 10:I ' m.'' W.8.-0a?S3, f.:l": 22& R? V1? P--j nd 12:10 midnight tat.' f V y?aSn n Sunday at 8.-00 nnd io;lo a. nj'. 10:12 p. m.. anil 12:10 night. -T.lc!!5,, nnd 'n.r2rpitIon at tho omco, north- tTon fho.hand roucel880 ,0 , J. it. WOOD, CHAB. E. VVau?SSSSS.Amt- QUESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY. & 5TOsP- .P' Vcpot. Sixth and B streets.) 11:15 A. M.-Forftlf way stations, Lexington, hyi'oLo?l,v.lllovclnclnUttti.ColumousI 11 A tm,5.tV?ou1' .D'"y except Sunday. 11 A. -' Newport Nows, Old1 Point Com. uay' ttn1 Norfo'x. Daily oxcept Bun. 6:S0 P. M.-For Loulsvlllo, Cincinnati, Bt. Louis. ?H?5'vJca'i0' connecting for all points JJ est, rsorthwost, and Southwest, Fast Jjprcss (dally); docs not stop for local business. Through IMIlman'scrvIcoto Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati. V,"",K' For tickets and Information apply to C. & O. National Hold Virgin a MidUnd railway HftUoii Pcnn83,lTaol nuo, and U, &V. Telephone call, 653-3. H. W. FULLER, FRANK TRIGO,OCD"al r" W S". Eastern Pa-tengcr Agent. TOALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD, bthedulo ln cruet SUNDAY, MAY SO. 1850. until further notice. ' Lcavo Washington from station, comer ol New Jersey avenuo and 0 street. ' ThoinSilS"l1?,,'m.n"d,1U:10 P-m. dally. JSK'ir '. " "t .Mailed Express for Ik ?ul? 0(ndcblcago, nrriviiig In Plttshiire at !??: c.ull:,,so uurv "oinlDe nt 8:55. No time charged ou this- train for fast a?5 ?.ncJm?U' T-oIvle. and St. Louis, dally, at 8:30 p. m. aud 10:10 p. m., wltli through conches nnd l'a'ftco Sleeping t'ars to nbovo polnls. without cbango: 3 30 p. m. 11 n , Jr?ir 2M.,1""1 "J Cincinnati and 6 . Louis, SI V"5'Ji Clnclul"i' next morning nt 7:15, 8t thi.Ut;ahi,,fo?fa,?t..m0e."lra f"0,S Char8Cd oa ' .mf .r',l.f.b.u,rg n'10-00 a.m..nnd 8JS5 p.m. S.y'.,n Ii!,tt,bur'?. Cleveland nud Detroit, with vr.1 v.,1 ar!0,r,B,!Jd 6ItPint Cars to Pittsburg, c 1 1nl".1?1 Bridge. Ixlngtou, aud Vinrlnra Springs 10:10 p. in., with Blccpinp Cars, daily. I - ?r ''""'sonburg nnd. Local Stations 6:40 J-jn., daily, except Bunday, and 10:10 p. m., c or'BSl!!.I5oro " wcck dly. 8, 0:30. 0:40, 7:30, ?;5?:,?-n!!100?. Vi!2' 1: 18 fis-m nuto il"oOp.m?' 4:S0'J:"' o;W.:40. 7:00, 8:25, nnd For Baltimore on Sundays, 0:30. 7:30, 8:T, ant! liWt188'130' :--'O.4:40, 6:10, 4:40, '7:00. o.st ii-uu p. m. ei'0.r 8henandoah Valley Railroad, and points South, 10 a. m. and 6:30 p. m.. dally. Tho 10 ?-?:. '.'ecper WMhtugton to New Orloaui, 6.o p. m. sleeper to Slcrapuls. For AnnaDolls, 0:10 a.m., and 12:10 and 4:30 p. tn on Bunday, 8:80 a. m 4:10 p. m. lor way stations between Wft-dilngtoa and 4:10. 7.-C0, and 11:00 p. m. On Sundays. 8:30 ft.m.1 .B,1dioi:S0' aS0.'1:.,0 ' and 1LW . ni. Fof stations on Metropolitan Branch, 0:15 n. m., dully, except Sunday, and B:3l p.m.,dally: 4: A r,-..?iV,-dJ?,'5"l.c.xce,,.t..8unda" '" principal stations on Sletropolltan Branch: :10s, rn. daily, on Sunday stops at nil stations. For Oaltbersburg and Intermediate points, 10:05 0. m.. 12311 and 11:20 p. in., dally, except Sun day. lor Frederick, 8:40 a. m. aud 4:10 p. m., dally, pxeept Sunday. tot Hogcrstown 10.-00 a.m. and 6:31 p.m.. dally, except Sunday. Trains arrive from tho West dally. 0:20, 7:20 a. m., 1:15, 0:30, aud 10:30 p. u. (Memphis From Annapolis' 8:30 a. m., and laOandS. . m.; Sunday. 1035 a. m.. 0:35 p. m. .nU,,C.r',ndJ??:K"'dF ,, s.;,(sui;,oi;ii,W, UUI1J", OXCOPb CltiiUH riom i-reoencx and Intermediate poluts, 8.-2S a. ni. nnd 8:15 p. m.. dally, except Sunday. . .T,"!,1?; lc0YU Haillmoro for Washington at f.:10, 0:20. 7S0. 9K, 905, and 10:30 a. m. 12:15. 2:S0, 3. 4, 4.-20. 5, 6:30, 7:15, 9, and 11 p. in.; oil Sundays, 0:30, 7.-J0, 9:00, and 9.-03 a. m 1:30. 2:J), 4:io. 6.-00 6:30. :15. 9, and ll) p. ni7 ' All trolnsfrora Washington stopal Relay Sta tion except 1:25, 8:18, anef 0:10 p. in. For furfher Information apply at tho Balti more and Ohio Ticket Olllco-Waslilngton Sta tlon. 010 and 1851 Pennsylvania avenue, cornor y ,v v..... P..VS-., Mtiuiuurucrswiu Doiaicotl for bnggngo to bo checked and received at any Im,l,nV?!siV,?W'' C. K. LORD, r V, DUNHAM, (j I' A Pen. Manager, Baltimore, "YyABniNQTON, OHIO AND WJUTBBN BAIL Oa and aftr N0Tsrobr 1 0, 1885, trains will Hits from and orrlvs at Sixth and It strtj depot M Leave WMblnglen 0 a. m. and 4:48 p. n. dollr. Arrive at Lmburx 1 1 :00 a, m. anil 0:45 p. tru. -Ar--rlve at Hound Ulllat 1 1 147 . fb-rraiMiUp. to. He turning, lrave Round Hill 0A1 . m. snd 1:2a p. m. l'sss Letsburg O.U7 a. to. and 2:13 p, m., anil arrtrs at Washington H:s a. tn. and 4:10 p. m. Tho train leaving Washington at 4:4a p. m. ana the trstn arriving at 8:Uo a. u.ars ilsllr, All olhu trains ar dally cicspt Sunday, Monthly and commuUUon rstts to all points, R. BELL, Bnpsrlntendtnt. Alexandria, Va. BTEA3IJ10AT LINES. DAILY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT RESS MONROE AND THE SOUTH. Cheap Rates and Buperlor Accommodations, First class faro 1 round trip 81.60. Bafo and commodious Strs. LADY OF LAKE ana JANE MOSELEY DAILY, , at 6:30 p.m., from Sixth st. Wharf, Stopping at Colonial Beach and 1'lney Point, going and returning. Bccurp rooms and tickets at Baltlmoro and Ohio Offices, 1S51 and 619 Pa. avo., whd will W.-V. ie6"su. Steamer JOHN W. THOMPSON, for all Vn. tomao River landings, MON1UY. WEDNES DAY, and FRI DAY at 7 a. m. Faro, 25 cents. For Information Inquire at General Olllco, tth St. Wharf. Telephone call 91. ALFRED WOOD, Seo'y'and Trcas. OEO. R. PHLLH'B, Superintendent. ' -f-AILY UNE TO NORFOLK AND FORT XJ SIONROE. BtrT GEORGE LEARY I Btr. EXOEfJIORt Ono of which leaves Beventh-strcet wbarl dally (except Sunday) at 6:30 p. m. Cheap Ratks. Best Accxuimouations. Fahb, 81.25. ltoi'HU Titir. gi Returning, leavo Norfolk dally (except Sun day) nt 4 p. m. from Boston wharf. Connect at NORFOLK with B0310N and l'ROVIDKNOB steamers. At OLD rOINT with Btoamor ARIEL for Secure rooms and tickets at Baltlmoro ant) Ohio cjllces, 1351 and 019 l'a. avo,, St. Mara Hotel, and Knox express, 003 l'a. ave., who will also check baggage from hotel and private residences. For further Information lnqulroat Company's Olllco, 7th-st. wharf. Telephone Call 71.V3. rayliMl WM. V. WELCH, General Agont. CLYDE'S HEW KXFBBHS BTEAJt rAOKBT UMll FOR rUILADSLPniA, WASHINGTON, AND ALUXANDUIA. AT APPOINTED HAILING DAYB. From 1'UlLADltLVllIA every Saturday, 13 m From WA81IINQTON erery Uoader, 12 tn. Through and prompt connection with New York, Boston, Fall River, and all polnls North, Through Bills of Lading glv, jfrelgbt received ant dellr end dslly until 0 p, a. W, P. CLYDR A CO., Oeneral Agents, PhBadslpua, J, H. JomvHON CO.. Agent 12th and 18th SI. Wbarvw, B. W 1109 V It, B, Wi, Wasahiiton, D.O,