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'PUB WASHINGTON GliJTIO, MOKDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, JHJJO.
GOSSIP OF THE SPOUTS.
NEWS OF THE BALL. FIELD, RACE
TRACK AND PRIZE RING.
alio llnme To-llnyivm tlio lluirwtn
Tonm lie Trnonrorrctl to Thin City?
Opening tlio Trottlnc Hoiwon
Tlio Myera-IIoppor Hot-to.
Tho Wnsliliifitons will Inaugurate tuo
second week of tlio cliamplotislilpscason
to-day by n game with tlio Jersey City
tenm. That team Is Justly considered
onoof tlio strongest In tlio Association
nnil the local tennt will bavc to put up
Its best quality of ball In order to win a
Rome from It. Phillips will probably
pitch for tbo local team.-
The old story about the transfer of
the HulTalo team to this city Is bclue
revived. There may bo something In
It, but It is doubtful. In tho first place
tbo baseball patrons of this city are
not sympathizers with tbo Brotherhood
and its methods, and tho venture would
haidly bo a profltablo one to its back
ers. Moreover, tho public became dis
gusted at tho pluylne of tho team last
year, and tho fact that it was In an
other organization would not gain It
any now friends.
Tho l'ittsburg Lcairuo Club ha?
shown its weakness in transferring Its
games with Chicago from its own city
to Chicago in order to avoid a conflict
with tho Brotherhood team. This is
tho first weakening on tho part of tho
League and It is sure to react un
favorably. Tho team ought to bo com
pelled to remain In its own city, even '
it it Rati to play to empty benches.
Tbcro cannot be any retreat from tho
lighting schedulo this early In tbo
season. If necessary, tho other League
Clubs ought to combine to assist tho
unlucky rillsburgerfl. It was a mU
tako to retain that city, anyhow, in
preference to "Washington, and tho
League, people arc beginning to find it
Harry Maco, who was released by
Washington, has sie d with tho Rich
mond club. Illrau Wright, a welt
knowu local player, has also gono with
the samo team.
Tho much-anticipated mill between
Jack Hopper and Billy Myers, which
was to have taken placo at willard Hall
to-night, has been postponed. It will
take placo at Lannon's Opora .Houso,
in Alexandria, on 'Wednesday" nls?hl.
Manager Cheney, in order to mako tho
entertainment more lively, offers $25 to
any ono whom Ed. Myers (Billy's
brother) cannot best in four rounds.
Myers weighs 123 pounds and will
allow his opponent ten pounds.
There Is considerable Interest mani
fested In the outcomo of the meeting.
Tho go is to be a ton-round one, with
gloves, and will undoubtedly be the
most scientific exhibition that has over
been given in this city. Considerable
additional interest is given to tho mill,
for tho reason that, instead of being a
nicro friendly exhibition, it will bo for
the gate receipts, tho winner taking
seventy-five per cent, and tho loser
twenty-five. Both men are in superb
condition, and, if the exhibition is not
interfered with, it will bo pretty lively
beforo tho tenth round is reached.
Both Myers and Hopper have stood
before McAuliffo and succeeded in
making a draw of it; so both aro in the
front ranks of light-weights aud claim
ing championship honors. It ought to
he a rattling good go, and the outcome
will probably lead to a finish light
between the two.
Tho backers of .Too Fielden and Billy
Young aro to hold a meeting tonight
to see what the chances aro for bringinc
the two together. Such a fight would
attract as much attention as the North-edge-McMillan
light if it could bo
brought off, but It is utterly Impossible
that tho men will ever bo matched. It
is a match which Fielden, by his own
actions, has repeatedly avoided, and It
is not likely ho will chance his mind at
this time and give Billy a chanco at
him. Still it is to be hoped that to
night's meeting will result in an agree
ment for a fight.
Miko Raedy Is still talking fight and
declaring that he proposes challenging
Northedgo, but as yet ho has not made
any substantial Indication of lis pur
pose. Whether ho will or no"t remains
to be seen, but if tho two men should
be matched It would mako a rattling
McMillan was outdoors Saturday
looking none tho worse for his fight
with Northcdge, while his victorious
antagonist was compelled to remain in
doors and doctor his badly-damaged
CharlcsBrown, a colored pugilist of
local fame, who is known as "the Nor
folk Blacksmith," authorizes Tur.
Critic to issue a challengo to any 100
pound colored fighter In Washington.
Brown was trained by"Northedgc, win
ner of the recent fight. Ho fought and
defeated tho "Unknown" in three
rounds, stopped Broadus in t vo rounds,
and participated In other bat les. Hols
particularly anxious to meet Charley
J-angston, "the Bootblack,"
The trotting season begins this year
unusually early, as the sport begins to
morrow at Bennings oyer tho track of
tho Washington Jockey club. It will
last four days and will Include ten races.
There aro in tho neighborhood of fifty
horses entered, and somo good sport and
fair fields may bo looked for. The fol
lowing is the full programme, by which
it will bo seen that owners' havo given
a liberal support to tho initial meeting:
Tuesday, April 20.-3:00 class, trotting
Milton Greeuwny names Harry C, W. B.
Denny names Nclllo 8 Wash. Woodruff
names lilllv 1!., William Doll namos Harry
W., John It. Turner names Nevada.
2:23 class, paciugJohu Kconau names
J. K., James It. Green names Victor, F. II.
Close names Nclllo Juno, Clarouco Hook
names Dick C, John lildoy, jr., names
Frank W., -Tolm lildoy, Jr., names Allele
Willies, William llidey names F. W., Orlolo
Stable names Orphan Boy.
8:30 class, trotting Jlllton fireenway
names Maud, Jlaplo Valley Stock Farm
names Gypsyl Girl, Rico fc Jobo names
Maurice a., Will lam Hopps names Patrician,
.T. It. Johnson names Sleepy Daft, John E.
Turner names Sulstin.
Wednesday, April U0. 2:33 class, trotting
I.iuii Ulluiiin names Chester A., K. It.
Hulkley names Chancellor M O. F. Peddl
rord names Mlnulo Keeue, F. E. Clcmmons
names (iolddust l'rlnco, James KUlott
nsmcsTiixle, il. H, Wlilto names Mary
Spellman, W. S. Hnrko namos Charley
Allen, Wasli. wooilrull namos ltaruey u.
itlco iX .lone names aiaunco a., wuuui
llopns named I'atilelan, John
names Alible V.
2:23 class, trotting 0. F. Pcddlcord
names Ella Clay, T. S, Flood names Mainlo
Woods, 0. W. Smith names Friday, Oriole
Stable names Cliarloy (' , James Elllcott
names Aline, John I', Turner names
Thursday, May 1,-2:27 class, trotting
E. II. llulklcy names Gputlor, W. II. .Mans
names ltlcliard VOlkcs, William IIopps
names Molllo Morrill, C. W, Smith names
Friday, J. It. Johnson names Sleepy Dan,
John E. Turner names Siilsun, 0. W.
Ilnlirht names Jerome.
2:37 class, t totting l.r in Ullman names
Chester A., Henderson ,t llro, names Wick
('., JohnH. fihci'ii names Susie CI., F. II.
Taylor Names I.ynk a, F. Ptddlcord
names Bella 1'., John E. Turner names
Nevada. G. W. Halght names Linda Hose.
2:30 class, pacIngClareuco Hook names
Vat Leg. William llliluy names Dom Podro,
Hlshop & Eaton names Morris Mulllns, Will
iam Bell names Cedar Snag, T, H. Flood
names Nelllo Mayo, Harry Hunter uainos
Friday, May 2.-2:20 class, trotting W.
8, Biuko names Yorktuwn Hello, 0.1.
l'cddlcord uauics Ella CJay, Oriole stable
noroos Bt. Elmo. John K. Turner names
Bhlpmau, T. 8. Flood names Mamie Woods.
2:17 class, pacing John Kostor names
lllack York, W. 8. JJiirko names Marcndcs,
F. II, Close names Nclllo Juno, John E,
Tamer names Matubrhio Hannls.
A number of Interested persons vis
ited the track yesterday to got linos on
tho events, but there was veryllttlo
speeding ' done. Notwithstanding tho
rain the track is in excellent condition,
and so good racing can bo expected.
Auction and mutual pools and book
making will give tho talont plenty of
opportunities to back their judgment.
Everything points to a successful moot
ing and make tho new South Eastorn
Trotting Circuit a pormancnt establish,
ment. Tho races begin each day at 2
o'clock and special trains will bo run.
J1N.JOYINO COOMNGI IIHDKZKS.
Tlio Now Kloctrle lliiltronrt Urine
Hundred to tho Country.
Tbo glorious weather of yesterday
morning and the early afternoon caused
tho capacity of tho new Georgetown
and Tennallytown Electric Hallroatl to
bo fully tested and many hundreds of
persons spent, tbo day on tho pictur
esque heights or strolling in tho valloys
near pretty St. Albans' Church. Tho
road near tho temporary terminus,
which is usually deserted on Sunday,
save for tho numerous teams, was
crowded all day yesterday with merry
children and ladles in gay spring cos
tumes. Wild flowers were gathered in
profusion and pretty faces peeped over
tho neighboring fences or looked in
at tho gates with pleading oyes, and the
"Just a little bit of lilac, nleaso," was
It, is said that several public gardens
wUl be opened along tho lino of the
road in the near future. The Washing
ton Inn, which has been named tho
Woodley Inn, will soon begin business
under the proprietorship of Mr. James
It. Kcenan, the efficient and popular
manager of the Shorcham. Driving
parties and "electric road" parties wlu
then bo In order, and ico cream and
cako on tho lawn will mako Bmooth
the ways of summer evening flirtations.
Another electric car will arrive this
week, and this will bo followed by ten
more, which aro now In course of con
struction. Washington has been long
noted for the politeness of its street
railroad conductors, but none rnoro po
lite can bo found than tho officials of
the new electric line, and tho managers
are to he congratulated on their selec
tions. A LONG HOUSKIJAOK 11U)C,
The Clicsiineaka nnil Ohio Can ul Re
ceivers on tholr Travels.
After riding on horseback over the
entire length of tho Chesapeake and
Ohio Canal, a distance of 181 miles,
with the exception of a strip of about
twenty miles, the receivers of the caual
company reached Washincton Saturday
night In muddy and tired condition.
Thoy had the appcarauco somewhat of
a party of irregular cavalry that had
been on an extonded raid through mud.
rain and wind, and attracted much at
tention as thcyrodo through the.strects.
Their jurisdiction only extended to
tho Distilct line, with the exception of
tho boat property in Georgetown, which
was examined. They also paid their
respects to Henry C. Winship, a
Georgetown receiver, and left yesterday
anernoon tor nagerstown, where they
will make a tabulated statement of their
Inspection, with estimates of putting
tho canal in condition again. This re
port will bo made to Chief Justice
The receivers arc of tbo opinion that
one of tho greatest breaks in the canal,
and ono that will run tho cost of repairs
into largo iiixures, is the damaged log
wall just below the Great Falls. The
log wall is broken out for a longdis
tance, and is damaged more severely
than at any time since 1857.
The party consisted of Mr. Itobcrt
Bridges of Hancock, Md., Colonel It.
D. Johnson of Cumberland and Joseph
Baker of Frederick, the receivers ap
pointed to examine tho canal and re
port; Major II. I). Whitcomb of Rich
mond, T. J. Kingsloy of Syracuso, N.
Y., and Colonel T. L. Patterso
and T. .1.
Xiwcii oi iiammoro.
INSANITY AND WILD I'LOlVHIt."
A Colored Woman's Queer Pica In the
"Guilty or not guilty?" asked Bailiff
Kendig of a rather dilapidated-looking
character of the female persuasiou as'
she was ushered into tho Police Court
dock this morning.
"Gentlomen, I'so insane, I is, and
suffer from hysterics and wild llower.
Please send mo to the asylum,"
"When;dld you get out of tho work
house?" asked tho judgo.
"Let's sec," remarked tho woman, as
sho commenced to count up tho years
on her fingers. "Six years ago, but I
don't want to go down there again or to
the hospital either."
The woman's proper name is'Annie
Tenill, nnd sho has only boon out of
tho workhouse a very short time. Her
homo is in Tennallytown, and hor
father and brother reside there, but
they cannot do anything with her.
Annio was sent down to the workhouse
4ieuln, and will probablv bo transferred
from there to tho asylum, where she
can be properly cared for.
It Missed ThU City, Hut I'layed
Havoc ut llHltlmoro,
Baltimoro was visited by a very
heavy hailstorm yesterday afternoon.
Luckily Washington missed it, although
there was a very heavy rainstorm. here.
Tho reasons for this aro that following
in tho wako of the rainy weather tho
country experienced last week was a
cold wave. The latter moved faster
than the stonn-centro and overtook It
in Baltimore. Ilcnco tho hailstorm.
Had it overtaken the centro an hour
sooner Washington would havo expe
rienced tho hailstorm instead of Balti
more. Tho weather hero promises to bo con
siderably warmer and fair. Tho wind
will veer around to tho south and fair
aud warm weather will prevail for a
The JUnrrlnce i,r l'rofenaor Smiley,
Tho weddlug of Professor Charles
W. Smiley, chief of tho Fisheries
Division of the Census Office, to Miss
Elizabeth L. Smiley of West Mcdfovd,
Mass,, was solomnlzed at tho resldonco
of Dr. Frank Baker, chiof clerk of tho
Life-Saving Service, 1315 Corcoran
bticet, last evening. Bev. Dr. Kent
olllclatcd. Among those present wore
I)r. and Mrs. Baker, tho Misses Baker,
Dr. and Mrs. Kent, Mr. aud Mrs. M. G.
Kembal, Mrs. Barnard, Mrs. L'merson,
and Messrs. 11. T. Peters, It. W.
Smiley, J. H. Buckelew and J. U.
HogcH1, New Coat,
"Whero did you get that coat? it's
just in proper stylo," gonlly warbled
Hykes. "1 bought It at tho groat cloth
inc sale at Oil Sevonth street," replied
Boggs, "It is a creditors' aalu, and
thoy aro selling !.200,000 worth of lino
clothing at dirt cheap prices. Say, old
fel, that sale is a corker. You bhould
SUNHIIINC FOIt TUB JJABIKS,
A Proposed ttnrnl ISdncnttonal Colony
on tho I'otomac
A baby farm not tho kind known in
crime, but a genuine philanthropic
baby farm is what the Incorporators
and members of tho Mount Vernon
Children's Industrial Homo Society
propose to establish. Tho farm will ho
located ata point oti tlio Potomac IMvur
about four mllos from this city, with flno
soil, cxtenslvo health-giving forests aud
fisheries. It Is. Intended to afford tempo
rary relief for mothers with sick chil
dren, whero they may obtain country
air and living; also to establish a model
family educational colony for all desti
tute children, whero they can bo trained
to self-support and good citizenship; to
train both the mind and the hand by
means of the school, tho farm and tho
Tho board of directors arc: Hon. II.
B. Moulton, president; ltov. J. 11. Brad
ford, superintendent; Colonel Edward
Daniels, Judgo Thomas F. Miller, Cap
tain Ii L. Blake.
Mr. W. W. Wright, president of tho
Northwest Bank, is treasurer of tho as
sociation and Miss Clcono Daniels, sec
retary. "It is our purpose," said ono of tho
members to n Critic reporter, "to pre-,
vent tho making of criminals and pau
pers and to glvo poor children plenty
of fresh' air and sunshine For theso
worthy purposes wcro aro soliciting
Trnnsnr.Mons on the "IVnulilncton Slock
Kxcliange Notes and Hoinlp.
Tbcro wcro a goodly number of sales
on tho Washington Stock Exchange on
Tho offerings of District bonds havo
been very meagre for several months,
aud now that rates for monoy begin
again to bo low it Is not unlikely that
tho bid prices for such undoubted se
curities as theso may bo advanced. A
100 1891 0 per cent, bond sold for
103. This is absurdly low, as the ac
crued interest sold with tho bond is
about 2 per cent. For two shares of
ICokington Kailroad 80 was paid. With
no stock of this kind offering the bid of
83 was but nominal.
Tho only sale of Insurance stock was
18 shares of Columbia at 185. For a
larger lot 18J was bid. The lowest
offering was at 19.
With no Rlggs Insurance on the mar
ket but a nominal bid, 8, was recorded.
For 200 shares of Columbia Title
stock 0 J was paid. Tho samo price was
bid for more aud the lowest offering
was at 7 1.
The first sale of Washington Gas
stock of any importance for several
weeks was made Saturday. The lot was
HO shares. It brought 41$ ex-dlvidend,
the transfer books having been closed,
prior to the May dividend, since tho
For several years Pennsylvania Tele
phone stock has but seldom been sold
on account of tho greatly depressed
price. Hard times in the coal region or
bad management, or both, caused tho
dividends to bo decreased from 8 ncr
cent, regular and 2 per cent, extra to 4
per cent., at which rale tho dividend re
cently paid was made. Iu those days
tho stock brought as high as 70. It is
believed that tho necessity for low divi
dends exists no longer, and that the com
pany is gaining quite largely in receipts
and net profits, and that had a full board
been on band at the last meeting the
dividend would have been Increased to
5 per cent, from 4, which has been paid
for somo time. This stoekjjold on Satur
day to the cxtont of 100 shares at 28.
If tho dividend should be Increased to 5
per cent., or 28 j, tho stock -would yield
nearly 0 per cent. In the nature of
things It must advance In price.
Tho meeting of tho Pneumatic Gun
Carriage Company on Saturday for .tho
election of directors was so harmonious
and the disclosures so encouraging that
tho stock advanced on the board 33 per
cent.,-or from 75 cents per share to $1.
Fot 200 shares $1 per share was paid
and tbo bid was continued at this price.
The offering was at 1.
American Security and Trust Stock
sold for 50J for 10 shares, and 15 more
This company, with business-like
frankness and enterprise, has published
a statement of its resources, liabilities
and profits for the four months ending
April 14th instant. Its resources are:
Collateral loans .$200,570 00
Heal estate lonns 290,791 00
Outlay for storage warehouse.... 33,441 51
Furniture and fixtures 1,790 79
Expenses .-.,.... 8,001 31
Accrued interest ; 3,551 7S
Caf.li on hand aud in hank 145,290 23
Total tS0,ai9 30
Capital 1467,935 00
Debenture bonds . 100,000 00
Undivided prollts 10,250 03
Deposits 201,801 27
Total fTSe.Ot'J ao
AVhcn It is considered that tho busi
ness of the company has been in opera
tion but four months and that the capi
tal was paid in in Installments, tho
directors nnd officers may bo congratu
lated on having scored a substantial
success in being ablo to show net prollts
There appears to bo no U. S. Electric
Light stock for salo at 1145, the bid
price. Tho lowest offering Is at 120,
aud but a fow shares at any prlco. Tho
buyer of $15,000 of tho U. S. Electric
bonds at 110, which at will can bo
converted into 150 shares of tho 8 per
rent, stock, paid what was thought a
full prico for tho bonds, because he
knew tho 6tock could bo acquired In no
other way. Tho stock In the quantity
ho wanted it could not be had.
Ti' voi want to seo astonishing results,
try Salvation Oil for ueuralgla, Price 35
"Quack Nostrum" Is a term not ut all
nppllcahlo to f)r. lull's Cough Syrup.
Nervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
U It. BROWN, M. D.,
23 West JorsoyHt,,
ElIZAUETjf, N. J., Juno 28, 1880.
I'hla la to ccrtity that I have usod for somo
mouths wltli'much satisfaction, the combina
tion of remedies, for Headaouo, known as
Brings' Iloartaeho Troohoa. Tho romody
cures inoro boaflaolios, especially such ns af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this cortlfloato will
bo tho moans of brmfilnsclt to tho faVorablo
attention of sufferers from that trouble, I
shall fed that I havo dono them a sorvlce.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Bold by all Drupvlsts or sent by Mall on lie
cetpt of I'rico,
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZADETn, N. J.
TALMAqlVS KEff TAUKItNACM'.
Some Uouuta nn In Whether It Will
KTcr lie llnllf,
Bkookt.yn, N. V., April 28. It
doesn't look as though T, DoWittTal
magowas going to get his now Taber
nacle. This is tlio opinion of some of
his closest friends and parishioners.
They say tho Talmago boom is over.
Tho namo of tho famous preacher no
longer wields tho potent lnfiuonco over
pocket-hooks that it onco did. Tal
iiinpo has as many admirers as of yoro,
perhaps, hut thoy cither havo Uttlo
money or their admiration is confined
to his utterances. There are thousands
of Americans who Hko to read Tal
mago, just as they Hko to road Mark
Twain or Bill Nye. But thoy aro not
peiMiadcd Into financial expenditure by
tho Brooklyn clergyman any mora than
they would invest because tho big
humorists recommended It.
Tho truth Is, Mr. Talmago has been
injured by tho recent stories about his
wealth and tho enormous Bums ho makes
out of his sermons, lectures and literary
contributions. Pcoplo say If he makes
so much money so easily ho can afford
to givo his services on Sunday to tho
cause ho professes to lovo so ardently.
These samo pcoplo say anowTabornaclo
is not ncccesary, and ought not to bo
built. Thoy think Talmago can do
more good on tho platform of a publio
hall than from a pulpit of his own. Ho
can afford to preach just tho samo, be
cause he receives soveral hundred dol
lars each week from n syndlcato for
stenographic reports of his addresses.
His heart is for humanity, ho says, and
humanity will tako more interest lu
his heart if ho gives it freely to tho
This is tbo argument. Another reason
is also advanced against a now Talmago
Tabernacle. It is said tbo management
Is sure to bo bad in tho future, as it was
in tho past. The failure to havo tho
old Tabcrnaclo properly Insured is con
sidered a very bail pfeco of business.
It betokens lack of shrewd and saga
cious business methods. Had tho struc
ture that was destroyed by fire a few
months ago been insured for anywhere
near its real valuo it would not require
much more than the Insurance to securo
a new church sufficient forall purposes.
But, cither from a belief that Provl
denco would look after Talmago or from
mistaken economy, tbo amount of in
surance was ridiculously small. Tho
Talmago congregation is a varlablo
quantity. The membership this year is
not tho membership next. It is this fact
that.causes discredit to be thrown upon
tho assertion that tho Tabernacle has
the largest membership of any church
in America. People join under im
pulse and are never heard of again.
Their names remain on tho books, but
tho individuals aro not in sight. The
pews aro free, consequently the entire
congregation becomes a floating element
that neither tho pastor nor the ciders
can keep track of.
Fined mid Sent Itauk.
Hence Herbert, a colored man, who
was on the 14th Instant sent to tho
workhouse for thirty days for disorderly
conduct, and who made his escapo tho
following day, was apprehended last
night by Officer ltedgravo. Ho was
found carefully stowed away under a
bed iu his house on Twenty-third street.
In the Police Court this morning Her
bert was cbarccd with an assault which
was committed the day after ho escaped
from the workhouse, and Judgo Miller
fined him $10 for the assault, in addti
tion to sending him back to serve out
his old sentence.
I N FANTSd&.l NVALI DS.
H om jriMon fj fnrtir.
EBEi Mil ft
Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk.
IN CHOLERA INFANTUM AND TEETHING.
A qulcldj awimilated Food for DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTRIENT in idl waiting dlMues.
RCqUIRIS NO COOKINQ. KEIPS IN All CUMATES.
"-.""Infants," milled free to any address.
DOLIDER-GOODALE CO., Boston, Mass.
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Arrival of Itailrond Trains In Wash
ington. Arrivals at 11. and 1. Station.
From Boston 10:43 a. m. dally.
From Now York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8.00,
10.4S a. m., 1.42, 2.15, 3.10. 8.40 (limited) 9.25.
and 10.35 p. m. dally. 1.42, S.15, and 8.30
p. m, dally oxcopt Sunday.
From Baltimore 1.10, 0.S0, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45
a. ra., 2.15, 2.25, 3.10, 5.55, 6 50, 8.30. 8.40, 9.23,
and-l0.33p. m. dally. At 8 35. 9.55, 11.40 a.
m., 1.42,3.50, 0.40,8.15, p.m. dally except
From Annapolis 8.00, 9,55 a. m,, 1.42, 5.55, 8.30
d. m. On Sundays. 5.55 n. m.
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and liar-
rlsburg Dally 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Line 8.35 a m and 5.5
p m, daily, except Sunday.
From Richmond and the South 11.24 a m
10.50 and ll.OO.'p m dally, 0.30,'p m, dally, ex
From Chicago and Pittsburg O.SO, 8.45 am,
2.23, 5.E5, 8.15 p m. All daily.
From St. Louis C.30 a m and 2.25 p m, dally.
From AlexandrIa-0.53, 8.80, 9.30, 10.45, 11.21,
am, v.du, D.iW, u.ou, i.iv, v.-, v.w, iuw,
10.50,11.00 p m dally. At 0.25. 7.25. 8.20,
10.23, 10.35 a m, 1.40. 3.00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.23 p
m. dally, except Sunday. On Sunday only
at 2.20 p m.
From Cincinnati, Lotilsvlllo and St. Louli,
via Chosaieako and Ohio route 8.30 a. in.
dallj: from Cincinnati and St. Louis ("I'.
F. V, Special") at 2.50 p. m. dally.
Local train on O. and O. from Virginia
Springs 7.13 p. m. except Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Newport News nnd
Norfolk 3.S5 and 10.50 p.m. dally.
From Now Orlcam, Montgomery, Birming
ham, Atlanta, Raleigh, Lynchburg U. 53 a.
m, and 7. 10 p. m. dally.
From Memphis. New Orleans, Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10.45 a,
m. and 10.40 p. m. dally.
From Charlottesville and Way 2.53 p. m.
From Manassas, Strasburg and Way 10.23 a.
ra. and 10.45 p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Leesburg, Round Hill and Points on W.
O. H.H-8.80 a. m. dally, 3 p.m. dally,
Arrivals at II, and O. Station.
From Now YorK-H.iO a. m., 2.40, 8.00,9.20.
11.20 p. m. dally, 5 p. m. dally, except
FromPhlladclpliia-8.40,11.15a.m., 2.10, 8.00,
9.20,11.20 p. w. dally; 5.00 p.m. dally ex
From Baltimore 8.03, 8.40, 9.55, 10.20, 11.05 a.
m., 12.45,2.40,3.00, 5.20, 0.30, 7.45,8.00,8.30,
9.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, dally, 6.30, 7.30, 8.30,
8.50, a. m., l.fO. 4.30. 5.00, 7.05, p. m. dally
except Sunday. Ou Sunday only at 2.20
From ChlcaVo and Columbus 11, 13 a. m and
4.05 p.m. dally.
From Cincinnati. St. Louis aud LouUvlllo
3.50a. n. aud 2 p. m. dally.
From Pittsburg and Cloveland 7.10 a. m and
0,50 p. m. dally.
From Deer Park nnd Oakland 3.50, tt.iSa.
m. aud 4.05 p.m. dally.
From Lexington, Winchester and Virginia
Valley 9,30a. ra. and 3 p. ra. dally, oxcept
From Frcderlck-8.25 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, 0.50,
7.0 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
From llagerstown-8.25 a. m. dally, 9.30 a. in.
and 1,50 and 0.50 p. m. daily, except Sun
day. From Washington Junotlon and Way 3.43,
7.10, 8.25. u, a. n 1.50, 3, 4.05, 0.50 p. in.
daily; 0.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. in. daily, oxcept
From Boyd's and Way 8.23, 9 30 a.m., 3,
u.w p in. uauy; h.-.-u a. m, and 7.30 p. m.
dully, except' Sunday.
From liiuthorsuurgand Way
7.10.8 03 a.m..
3,6.50, 10.2.5 p.m. dally;!
a.m.,4,7.30p m, dally, oxcept Sunday. On
numiu) uiuj, v.iu. iu. una 0 p. m.
From Aiinapolw 10-20 a. m. dally; H.S0a. m.
and 1.50, 5.20, 7,43 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. On Sunday only at 0.30 p. in,
w rnn v awn
IS a blood disease Vntil tho poison Is
1 expelled from ti system, thorn can
bo no euro for th,. loathxotno and
dangerous malady. Tli. rctore, tfi only
effective treatment is a i'lorough course
of Aycr'sSarsnpnrllla tho best of all
blood puilflers. The sooner you begin
tho butter , delay is dangerous.
"IVas troubled with catarrh for over
two years. 1 tried various remedies,
nnd was treated by a number of physi
cians, but received no benefit until I
began to tako Ayer's Sarsaparllla. A
fow bottles of this medicine cured mo of
this troublcsoino complnint and com
pletely restored my health," Jcsso M,
lloggs, Hobnail's 31111s, N. O.
"W'lion Ayor's Sarsaparllla was rec
ommended to mo for catarrh, I was in
clined to doubt Its ofllcnny. Having
tried so many remedies, with llttlo ben
efit, 1 had no faith that anything would
euro mo, I hecamo emaciated from loss
of appctlta and impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost tho senso of smell, nnd
my system was badly deranged. I was
about discouraged, when a friend urged
mo to try Aycr's Sarsnparilla, and re
ferred mo to persons whom It had cured
of catarrh. After taking half a. dozen
bottles of this medicine, 1 am convinced
that tho only suro way of treating this
obstinate dtt.cn.so is through tbo blood.'1
Charles II. Jlaloney, 113 lllvcr St.,
Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass.
l'rlcc i', lx lottlcj, $5. Worth $5 a Bottle.
Adtcrtltnnenti under tMs Head, four linn or
at, 25 ctntt for one Iruerllon; 60 ctntt for thru.
W" "aNTED-BT a'gOOBCo'lOIIKD LAUN
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; referencos given. Apply 1819 N H av.
ANTBD-A WHITE GIIIL FOR GKN
eral housework In a small (amlly,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant home
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
AN ABU! ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr falro, for literary
work. Largo salary. Wrlta London & Hart
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
WANTED - A rLAINLT-FURNISnED
room In the northeast part of city
where there will bo no objection to light
housekeeping. Address D. P. II., this offlco.
FOIt SAX.U MISC1!tXA.XKOtrS.
A-dverMemenU under IMt ?ua&, four lines or
Uit, 25 cents for one Insertion; to cents for three.
OR SALE-FINE SODA-WATER Al'PA-
ratus. In cood order: cost 3.125: sell now
for S'JOcash. Address 410 Ost n w. ap23,1t
OR SALE-S7.500 BATOPILAS 18T MORT-
gage Bonus are offered for sale ty
E. 11 COTTHELL,
No. 1148 N. Y. avo.
EOR BALE-nOKSE AND LANDAU-A
stylish Gray Horse, over 10 hands high;
flno harness and not muoh used; Landau
mado by Joyce; are offered at reasonablo
ratos on account of owner leaving tho city.
E. B. COTTHELL, 1418 N Y. avo.
T70R SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR, 51-INCH,
J silent rachet, J nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. A duress or apply 223 A st s o.
Adtertltenunlt under this TLtad. fourllntsor
tees, ascents for one Insertions; 50 cents for three.
ECII, RrREANlT'RACYTnE 'wASH
Ington Edition of "Cupid's Realm", a
new matrimonial paper. Will appear May 10
next. Ladles' personals Inserted freo.
Gents' 25 cents per lino of eight words. Sin
glo copies 10 cents (sllvor). Address FRANK
R. STEWART, Bos 410, City P. O, ap23-3t
NOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big money" for gents' flrst-class soo-ond-hand
clothing. Addross or call at
JUSTU'S ,OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. w.
LOST AND FOUND.
VV A.y ,rw. ,s, -jSs,jj "k - .y r j
r OST-ON THE 22ND INST., A SMALL
Jj black and tan terrier; answers to tho
namo of Fritz; a liberal reward It loft at 219
5th stroot n. o. ap20-lt
STnAYED-SUNDAY-PUG DOG; NAME
Marco on collar; tag C310. Jtcturn to
THE PORTLAND. ap25.3t
roil SALE AND KENT.
"DEAL .ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMA8 E. WACGAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays nnd Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
frthst, bctKandLstsnw $30,000
C23 and 025 ii st n w, b h and 5 houses
C18Istnw,bh, ml,12rs 16,000
1013 10th st n w, bh.ml, 10 is 12,000
207Gstnw, bb,ml,10rs 8,000
1128 Oth stnw.bh, 9 rs 8.000
223 Indiana ave u w,bh,9rs 7,500
1731 ISth st u w, b h. 9 rs 7,500
1229 Mass avo nw, rh,8rs 7,350
33Istnw,bh, 11T3 0.500
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1015 E Cap Bt n 0, bh.9rs $3,000
400 and 408 11th st s w, b Jl 9rs 5,600
405 to 411 Baar's alley n w,bh,4 rs 5,000
239 13J Bt s w, b h, 8rs 5,000
1311Dstnw,f b, 6 rs 5,000
831 to83522dstn w, bh, 9rs 4,500
423 N st n w, f h, 5 rs, and 2 houses roar 4,000
COLstnw, b h. 7rs , 3,500
13 Myrtlo st n e, b h. 7rs 2.500
1M2and841M(.tsw, f h,4rs 2,300
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Dunbarton ave and Realist, 30th and 31st
stsn w Si 25
3! at, bet 3d and 4th sts so 1 25
131 Bt, bet Canal and O sts n w Hi)
Mass avo. bet Del avo and 1st stn o...... 1 00
O Bt, bet 1st and 3d stsn w 83
No cor Va ave and 22d stn w 73
Gst,bet2dand 3d n e CO
Mount Pleasant , 40
5th st, bet Va ave and Gstso 30
1st Bt, bet O and Psts s w 10
HOUSES FOR RENT.
112 12thstn w,'13 rs 875 oo
MCstn w, 12rs Co 00
721 8th stn w, Mrs 05 00
iraiM j ave n w, lira oj uu
901 21st st n w, 12 ra 40 00
1105NHaven w.Ors 35 oo
1110 Tst n W, 7rs 35 00
Upper pait 1408 Pst 11 w,7rs 30 00
1631 Vt avo n w. 8 is 27 50
1152 22d ht n w, 9 rs 25 CO
925Ustn w,7rs 20 53
142 O stn e,7 rs , 20 00
(OTNstnw,7 rs 20 00
827 Oth at n w, 6 rs, poss. May 1 18 00
344 Jackson Hall alloy, 4 rs 13 00
1C05 O st n w, 5 rs 15 00
134741 Sts w, 5 rs 10 30
HFBtTerracose.4 rs 8 30
7 Hope avo s e, 4 rs 8 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo as U. S. bonds; 5 per cent., payable
quarterly; In sums of Sl.ooo,
In sums to suit at 0 per cont.
Tho above Is only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call at ofllco for
bulletin, Issued on tho 1st and 15th.
run ltKNT IIOOSIS.
Advertisements umrer this head, four lines ot
less, 25 cents for om Insertion; 50 cents for three.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
suite or single, at tho Buckingham, 9M
15th st n w, overlooking Mol'herson Square.
RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
X suitable for gentlemen
NO. 80S m stn w.
' Tl rilS. RINES-'THE ELSME1!E"-1I03
1 il st 11 w; now plumblug, now furniture;
I 20 nddltlonal rooms; porsonal attention to thu
table; location ceutial, near tho Arlington
1 and Wnrmlftv'a fo27-iX)
TAMES 11. MiGILL.
V DVAIKll IS'
008 to 911 G street northwest.
Poitland Cement, Ito-iumtalo Cement,
King's Windsor Cement-full oareoos arriv
ing fiesli every week. Rolled Iron Beams
aud general building Iron work, Enamolod
Bricks, Flro Bricks, I'iro Clay, Pulp Moittr
Black, Paints. Oils, Window Glass and Pol
Miod Plato Glass. Estimates for Window
Glass. Plata Glass, Iron Work and other
Building Supplies made at all times promptly.
I JAMES 11. McGILU
apl". -lm 908 to 91 1 U st. 11 v.
NOTICE. T K XHUOCMTED PUI1'
lMirrMitt ii li nuldii and tho Km
ploying I'rlnti'mif tin t'f noKtrmisof Join
ing tl ui body r c rtlna with It In tho
T.tiriMi' r It has In v iv will mcot attlie edito
rial ro tn of tli' Wellington Post on MON
DAY EVKNINO, AIM ll.S8.nt Ko'olook.
A fill! and pron p atttnilmiuols requested.
lly order of U'ClixmillvoCommlttoo.
ti. II. KAUl'FMANN,
SWEIttOU WOOH-UUIlNr LUMP
Fur building i urioin. for salo by
Dealer In IinlMIng snppllo,
ap2G-2w DOS to 911 1) st. u. w.
-" Forroorly Wwditngtnn Inn,
Will open about WAY 1, mm, for dally and
monthly linnrilfru; nIo for tho convenience
of tlimo who nro driving.
Luncheon aud suppers served on a mo
rr.f ntv notlco.
Driving pnrtle must poltlvoly havo cards
oi admission. Apply to
K5THOCIIDAI.lt CO OP. SOCIETY Or THE
K D1HT. IIFCOL.
Members of thin enelety aro Informed that
tlio new Trade Cards (anil Mstfl, Improved
nnrt extended, nru now roauy ror issuo.
Members will return tlio old Igroon) card,
with their address written novo tho faco,
to any ot thoso named below and obtain tho
new on pajment of tho proper fco. There
being over 4.C0O members who shonld obtain
tho new card beforo April 80th Instant
promptness is ndvlsnblo. The old card li of
no b(titjlt lifter Ap ' 30.
.7. W. HA R"H A. Secretary.
005 H Bt, Cash Room, Treasury Dept, and
at0515tli ut, at noon and at 4 o'clock p. m.
A.T. I.onglcy.prost.POnA stn o, Agr'l Dept.
Smith Thompson, V. P., 1820 Fnw, A.G.
O., War Dept.
L. Vnndcrhoof, 931 French st, Bureau of
K. O. Fawcctt, C03 Mass avo no, -1th Aud.
.1. E. JlcCabo, 223d st n 0, P. O. Dopt.
11. W. Smith, Till II st 9 w, . M. a. O.
L. V. Hunt. 1.110 S st n w. Oth Aud. Oluco.
L. E. Grldley, 700 h st n w, Hog. Ofllco
.lohn Morrison -115 R st n w, Pen. Offlco.
Dr. Jos Jouy, 2218 Pa avo n w.'S. G. O.
John Finn, 618 Sid st n w, A, G, O.
o. B. Snycr, surgeon General's ofllco.
Edward Baxton, 2U list n o, Govt. Print
J. C. Brown, 7th st and R. I. avotDrug
D. M. Davis, 1613 10th st n w, Hit. Ens. and
Oliver Dufour, Cashier's Room, City Tost
offlco. John H.Jones. 1520 Oth -it. n vr, Rlgnal Offlco.
jir. 13. i.. rorpin, feconu Auditors uutco.
J. M.Andrus, 1510 Columbia st, G.I,. O.,
J. F. 1'ngo, 1210 F st n W (Grocor).
F. J. Young, 840 Spruce st, Sty. Dlv. Trcasy.
v. II. Womortfoy, 1720 U st nw, OMco
Rev. Slur., Treas.
Frank Sibley, 705 Ititli st n w, Cigar Storo.
By order ot the exectlvo commltteo
npl7,lm J. W. IIARSHA. Secretary.
ICE TOE. ICE.
Froposo to f nrnlsh their patrons the coming
season with the
BEST UDAI.ITY OF KENNEBEC ICE.
as usual, at. rates as low, If not lower, than
any other city
SOUTH OF BOSTON.
All Information as to prices and contracts
will bo ohecrfully furnished at tho olllco of
tho compnnv, 12th Ht. and Pa. avo. n. w.
YELLOW WAGONS MARKED
INDEPENDENT' ICE CO.
TnE WASHINGTON LOAN
CAPITAL $1,000,000 TEMPORARY OFFICES.
1001 F st n w, previous to tho erocllon of
the company's building, corner Oth and F
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans,
guaranteed by the cnmpauy, for salo. In
terest paid. Call on or correspond with 11s
W. B. ROB1SON, heo. 11. II. WARNER.Pres.
Charles B. Bailey, Gnorgo F. Schafer,
James L. Barbour, Thomas Somervlllo,
George E. Uartol, John A. Swopo,
Horace S. Cuinnilngs, Hattcrsloy W. Talbott
J. J. Darlington, Gcorgo Truosdell,
John Joy Edson, B. n. Warner,
Charles J. Faulkner, A. A. Wilson,
Albert F. Fox, L. I). Wlno,,
O. C. Green, S. W. Woodward,
William B. Gurloy, Clmi. BonJ. Wilkinson,
John B. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton.
'LADIES! LADIESI LADIES!
Mrs. Mr.Cnffnrtv is tho onlv hat and
bonnet-framo manufacturer In tho city. Call
and see her now shapos. Bloaehlng and
pressing. Straw and felt hats altered to tho
latest styles. Orders promptly attended to.
jjggpDR. WHITE, CHIROPODIST
1410 Penna. avo., opposite WIHard's notol.
Thousands from far and near visit Dr. Wlilto
for rollef from and avoldanco of corns, bun
Ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.; Sun
days. 9 to 12. Established 1801. Foe, tl.
KBT-WHY NOT nAVE YOUR SHIRTS
as' mado by ono of the moat colebratod
cutters In America! Prices samo as those
thlrd-rato cutters chargo. P. T. HALL, 003 F
Bt n w.
FOIt SALE HOUSES.
AdrtrUsements under this head, four lines or
lets, as cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
IOR 8ALE-A BARGAIN IF SOLD AT
onco: 2-storv and basement brloK house:
rooms and bath: all mod lmns: situated at
No. 430 1 st n wj price $ 1,300: terms one-third
cash, balauco 1, 2 and 3 yoars. Apnly
to FRANCIS HUFTY. 1301 F st n w. fo27-P0
EOR SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA. 6-ROOM
frame house, Just finishing; nydrantln
yard; lot 10x115; snag homo; price, SSOO, Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
EOR SALE-FltAME HOUSE 900 IN 25
foot alloy, bet Oth and loth and Q and H
sts 8 w; 7 rooms; halt on both tloors; olosets
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent Invest
ment; lot 341 feet front by C2& deep, 49 foot
from Oth st- Apply within.
FOR SALE-TnREE OF THE CHEAPEST
houses in Washington, 100.103 and 110
11th st n c; two-story and basement, brown
Btone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; oleotrto
hells and gas: price, $3,500 each, S500 cash
balance to suit or trade for cood lots.
FOR KK.NT nOUSES
Adterttsements under this Ttead, four linos or
less, is cents for one Insertion; 60 tents for three.
1701 HI avo 11 w. 17 rs $310 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stablo 200 00
1411 K Bt n W. 13 rs 200 00
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs... 17S 00
14th st ex., 15 rs 150 00
1223 M Bt II W, 15 rs 150 00
lWOlOthBtnw.llrs 125 00
1308 list II w, 12 rs 11." 00
1737 0 at nw. 11 rs 100 00
1400 Cliapln Bt n w. 13 rs 100 00
1742 P stn w,12 rs 100 00
7014 21st n w. 11 rs 100 00
2 Lafayette Square, 15 rs
018 E st n w, 15 rs 813')
602 E stn w.llrs 75 00
1402ChapInstnw, 12 rs 75 00
1513 O st n w, 11 rs us 00
912 NY avo, 10 rs 03 00
915N Yave.lirs co 00
1101 N II avo, 10 rs SW 00
1404 Moughton St, 9rs 55 00
1400 Stoughton st, 9 rs 55 00
1750 V st n w, 10 rs 55 00
1011 Rlggs Place, 9 rs 52 50
Pst, near 21st, 7 rs 50 00
1S01 21st st n w. 8 rs 50 00
11 10 17th Bt 11 w,7rs 45 00
1504 S st n w, 9 rs 45 00
1019 Corcoran stn w, 9rs 40 00
2032 G stn w.lOra 40 00
1009 7th stnw, strand dwg 33 00
117 II stn w, 8 rs 33 00
1028 It 1 avo, 13 rs
915 E sts W.Ors 21 50
917 i: st a w. C rs 21 50
135141 sts w.Ors 18 00
Tho above houses can be examlued by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER .t CO.,
"T?OR RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
JC room frame housos, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and public school In
Unlontown. Inquire of A.BKUHEND,438H
emiNTUV I1KA I, .1W?Xl'i
170R SALE-DOUTMf ACRES ON 3D ST
13 n e oxtended, on tho lino of tlio Eoklng
ton and Soldiers' Homo Railway, bolng a part
ot the ot.tato of tho lato chief Justice Chase,
now called "Edgewood;" u good opportunity
for Investors. For particulars, prlco, oto
Inquire of CHAPIN BROWN, 32J 41 st n w.
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo fonndat 410 10th tt. n. w. Specialties
In Furniture; Jluttrum-os and Spring Beds
mado to order. Furniture aud Plotures so
curuiy packed and shipped.
Good Wire Mattress 83.80
40-Pound Hair Jlattrow $7.00
J. T.. HSHFORD,
410 TENTH 6T.N.W,
3-story and basement 10-room brick
Iioiifc; all modern Improvements; sltuato
Second streat, between O and D ec. '
47U Prico, 10,000.
3-story Iraraohouso,wlthlarcolof, sltuato
on Sixth street, betweon li and (J so.
277 I'rlce, 3,000.
3-Btory brick bouee, containing 0 rooms
and bath; bIzo. of lot, 18x75; sltuato on O
408 I'rico, 10,000.
3-story and back building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Improve
ments; sltuato on corner of Ninth and O
4 S3 Price, $3,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms ami bath:
sltunte on h street, between North Capitol
and First streets nw.
403 Price, $2,5-50.
8-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modem Improvements; situate No. 021
j street, nw.
423 Price, $10,500.
8-story brick house, 10 rooms; 6lzo of lot,
2.-xl25; sltuato No. 1422 N st. nw.
2S1 Price, $10,000.
2-Etory and basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; Bltuato on New Hampshire
avenue, bet. Land 31 sts. nw.
409 Price, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brick hou6o; sltuato on
Cloveland ave., bet. 12th and 13th, W aud
405 Price, $1,900.
2-story 0-room brick house, on Wallach
491 Prlco, $4,300.
2-story 0-room brick house; Bltuato on
442 Price, $.1,100.
3-story brick houso, containing 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern improvements;
sltuato No. 1220 Q st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north side of
G St., wldo front.
444 Price, $33,000.
A large stable property In a desirable, lo
cation; now under lease to good tenant,
paying !) per cent.
817" Price, $28,000.
404 Frame dwelling, Grant avo., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
('400 Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Prico,
4S0 S-room frame house, lot 20x75, on I
st. so. Trice, .$2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick houso, 9
rooms and bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vn,
3-story brlcK dwelllne, 13 rooms, with
ofllco annex and largo side lots; sltuato on
cor. Duko and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78xS9.
3-story and back building dwelling, con
taining 13 rooms and bath; lot 70x!X); slt
uato No. 014 Prince st.
403 Prlco, $0,500.
3-story and back building brkk houso,
containing 13 rooms; sltuato on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
453 Prlco, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling house, built In tho
most substantial manner, containing 30
.rooms; size of. lot 53x113.
301 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick house,
containing 8 rooms, sltuato on Columbus
6t., near Prince.
483 Prlco, $3,400.
493 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; largo sldo yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is tho bebt situation in Alexandria. I'rlce,
$8,000. Terms One-third caBh, balauco
ono ana two years.
Houses at Falls Chnrcli, Vs.
A new cottage, sltuato only 3 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. A O.
II. Ii., Vs., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; elzo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A now cottage, sltuato only 5
minutes' wall; from Falls Church station,
W. & O. K. K., Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Vavunt Ground Nortlicust and Stiilli-
All of square 1094 33c
" " 1093 35c
" ' South 1093 35c
" '" " 1030 80c
11 " . 1013 90c
Half of " 1111 33c
4 lots " 10S6 30c
5 " " 1095 30o
3 " " 1084 X5o
1 " 1107. 30c
5 ' " 1072 33c
1 " " 1037. 371c
4' " " 1005 40c
1 " " 1043 43c
1 " " 1080 W)c
1 " " 1038 50c
3 " " 1038 50c
3 " 1093 35c
11 " ' 1057 00c
3 " " 813 SOc
10 " 1059 40c
7 " " 1003 035c
Building Lots in all sections of the City.
Real Estate Broker,
1S01 I'Mrtcl, WuMUiilftoii, 1), C.
I'OS.MS inn i,i)Ai.ivj,
1 vnnlft avenue extended nil!
CnnimlMloncrs 1). 1:, vvahington, T
April 23, IHto Hl1 trnpol win . 1
colved at tlil oillep until 12 nVlo'li -i 1
FRIDAT, MAY 2. tK). for gradh t and . 1
structlng ctilvertB on Pennsylvania m
HXtonilnd. Blank forms ' 1 , i, 1 1
specifications can bo nbtai"-'i 1 ul"i -upon
application therefor, tt n 'h- w.'t 1
nccossnry infi'rmtttlon, and bid n ti
forms only will lm oonsMatad. Tlien.-hf ,
reserved to rooct any una all !Id. ' H
DOUGLASS, L O. IlINB. H. St. HOB r, HI',
Commissioners D. C.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms
pAMPBELL CAJUHS(jTOs' '"
ATTORNEY AT-L AAV,
Washington, D. C
Residence, 1218 II street northwest.
EBB A WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
. 400 Fifth StWt,
Wjhunoton, D. ''.
Henry Randall Wobb,
JohnPlrincyWohh, feb27.d.tt t
321 nnd 523 41 st., Chaunccy Building, near
Louisiana avo.. Washington, D. C.
Practices In the Courts of tho District and of
l'rlnco Gcorgo's County, Md. fo27-d&s.tt
T EON TOBH1NER,
322 Four-and-a-half streetn.w.,ncar City nail,
Washington. D. O. fe2?-(US.tf
SF. PHILLIPS. ,T. O. ZACHRY.
F. 1). McKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHRY & McKENNEY.
Attorneys at Law.
Sun Building, F st
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON,
d.Vstf 408 Fifth Stree
Chartered by Special Act of Congress,
JANUARY 22, 1667.
SAFE . KEEPING OF VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
Contained In Its FIRE-PROOF BUILDING,
N. E, Cor. 15th Street and Now York Ave.
OPPOSITE U. S. TREASURY.
OFFICE nOURS.9A.M.TO-4r. M.
1115 I' street. Member of 'WasIiInKlim
Ntuvk I'jtcliutiKe, All local MtK'KH
ami Hccnrltlcu bonsltt anil solil.
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED,
LOUISIANA 8TA1E LOTTERY GO.
Incorporated by tho Legislature for educa
tional and charitable purposes, and Its fran
chlsomadea part of the present State Con
stltntlon. In 1670, by an ovzbwuzliing roro
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako place soml-annually (Jnno and
December), and IU GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DltAWINGS tako placo In each of tho
other ten months In tho year, and aro all
drawn in public, at tho Academy of Music,
Now Orleans, La,
"Wo do hereby certify that wo snpcrvho
tho arrancements for all the Monthly and
soml-Annual Drawings of the Louisiana State
Lottery Co., and In person manaRO and con
trol the drawings tnomselvos, and that tho
samo are conducted with honesty, fairness
and In cood faith toward all parties, and we
authorize tho Company to use this certificate,
with fnc-Blmlles of our slplatures attached,
In Its advertisements."
We tho nnderslencd Banks and Banliers
will pay all prizes drawn In; the Louisiana
Stuta Lotteries which may bo presented at
it. nr. vtax.HX.SMSV, Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
v. X.AKAUX, Frcs. State Nat. Bank.
A. HAMJW1N, Fres. N. O. Nat. Bonk.
CAHI. koiin, Prcs. Union Nat. Dank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWINO will tako
place at tho Academy of Maslo, New Or
leans, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1800.
rAPITAT. PR17R . ??.(!
WllllllU 1 IlIUIJ IUUUIVJ
U0.C0O Tlckots at Twenty Dollars; nalvcs,
810; Quartors, $.1; Tenths, $C;
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OF 100,0001s...., 100,000
1 PRIZE OF W.OOOis 50,000
1 PRIZE OF S5.C001S 25,000
SPR1ZKSOF 10,000are 20,000
S PHIZES OF 6.000aro 23,000
'.'.irniZKSOF l.CMaro tf.0OO
100 PRIZES OF WOare &0.00O
00 FRIZES OF 300aro 00,000
K0PRIZESOF SOOaro 100,000
lOOPrUosot SMOare M.00O
lOOPrlzeaof scouro 30,000
lOOPrlzesof EOOare 20,000
000 Prlros of 8100 aro 00,900
909 Prizes of lOOaro 00,000
3,1 a I rrlzos, amounting to S1.03 1,800
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
t3TFon Cmib Ratzs or any farther infor
mation doslrod wrlto legibly to tho under
blcned, clearly statins your reIdence, with
Statu, County, Stroot and Number. Mora
rapid return mall delivery will bo assured bv
your InclosliiK an onvolopo bearing your full
All ordinary letters oontalnlnc r-istal
Notes, Monoy Orders Issued by all Express
Companlos or Now York Exchange.
New Orleans, L,v,
Address Roglstored Letters oontalu. i.- :
New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, I i
! "REMEMBER that tho payment of 11 1 1
Is Ol'ARANTEUD BY FOUR NATION Mi
BANKS 01 Now Orleans, anu ino ucseis o
slmed by the proldent of an institution,
whoso chartered rights aro reoosnlzed in 1 110
hlliot courts; therefore, bewaroof all im'i i
tlouB or anonymous aohemon,"
ONE DOLLAR is tbo price Of tho smallest
part or fiootlonoi a tldkot ISSUED DV US in
uny drawlns. Anythlug In our namo ottered
(or loss than a Dollar la a swindle.