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'JRPJS WASHINGTON OBITIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, ItiUO.
GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS.
NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RAOE
TRACK AND PRIZE RING.
OprnlnB or the Trotting Season nt
lion nine To-Uny'WnBliliicton'ii
Kny Victory llnder's Itciimrknblo
I'lcldlnc Ocimrnl Notes,
Tlio now Ilcnnlngs track seems lo lia
n verltnulo innscot for nil who nro con.
mctcil with It. Tlio "Washington
Jockey Club, not only had excellent
wcnlhcr noil good crowds, but It grtvo
a week of rnttllug good sport. Tlio
new trotting association, wblcU began
Its meeting to day, opened under ns
auspicious circumstances as marked
tbntoftlic Jockey Club. It could not
lmve selected n hotter day, nnd tho
"Washington Dilvine Club Is to bo con
gratulatcd that In tbo restoration of
trotting meetings to this section of tho
country, It should bo especially favored
both In nttendanco nnd wcathoi'. Tho
entries show a rcmarknbly large num
ber of horses, considering tho early
date, as It takes somo tlmo to get tho
horses ready and trniners hcsltnto about
starting too soon.
Just as In tho enso of tho Jockey Club,
which opened tho running season', tho
Driving Club will Inaugurate tho trot
ting and pacing season. This isqulto
a compliment of itself, and shows that
turfmen aro beginning to realize that
this city Is a good racing town, and one
In which the mcotlngs will bo liberally
There were a largo number of horse
men at tho tracks this morning prepar
ing for the races. Sulkies wcro being
washed and fixed up, and during the
morning n number of flyers wero
speeded around tho track. Everythlnc
looked bright and now. There have
been a number of improvements made
sinco tho running meeting and the
conrso is now in excellent condition.
Tho track could not havo been hotter.
Last week's rains put it In prime shape.
H is very fast, but no very fast tlmo is
expected Inasmuch ns the horses have
not had bufllclcnt practice this year.
Tho grand stand was well filled and
thcro was a number of ladles present.
Tho pool-sellers did an excellent busi
ness, and tho betttnc on the different
events was quilo lively. To day's pro
gramme Included three races two trot
ting and ono pacing.
First race, 3:00 class (purse, $500) Mtl-
Fhiladclphla, l'n., Billy B.; Wllliac
Philadelphia, l'n., b. in. Clara W.;
E. Turner, Ambler Park, Pa., I
,; J on n
ScLond race, 2:23 class, pacing (purse
$500) John Kcenan, Philadelphia, Pa., b.
C "J. K."i .Tauics I). Green, Wiliningtou,
Del., g. g. VIctoi; J. T. Close, Philadel
phia, Pn., g. in. Nellie June: Clarence
Hood, Chicago, 111., b. g. Dick C; John
Ridley, jr., Philadelphia. Pa., br. jr. Frank
V.; John Ridley jr., Philadelphia, Fa.,
Adola Wilkes; William Ridey, Philadel
phia, Pa., r. g. V. W.; Oriole stables, Balti
more, Sid., b. g. Orphan Boy"
'Ihlrd race, 2:30 class (purse $300)
Milton Oirceiiwnj, IInvrlclo Grace, JW., b.
in. Maud; Maple Valley Stock Farm, Kirk
wood, Pel., br. m, Glpsey Girl; Rico A
.Tobe, ilaltimoio, JId., b. s. Maurice S.;
William IIopps Baltimore, Md.,b.s. Patri
cian; J. I!. Johnson, Philadelphia, Pa., eh.
jr. Sleepy Dan; John E. Turner, Ambler
Park, Pa., b. m.Suistin; George W. Ilalght,
Columbia, S. 0., b. g. Jerome.
Tho "Washlngtons experienced no
trouble whatever yesterday in easily de
feating tho strong Jersey City team,
and gnvo nn exhibition of batting and
fielding that has seldom been seen here.
Sixteen hits with a total of twenty-one
bases was made off McDerniott's pitch
ing, while the Jersey Itcs wero unable to
make more than seven scattering hits
off of Phillips, who received excellent
sunnoit In tho Held. Washlngtons' out
field did phenomenal work, and It has
never been surpassed by any fielding
ever seen in this city. Jladcr made a
runninn catch of a lonsrflv in the third
Inning that carried him against the
fence, and Jordon also made a remark
able catch. Nicholas, who played
right field, threw a man out at first on
a hit to his tcnitory, n feat that Is sel
dom attempted and rarely succeeds.
O'BiIen led the batting, making five
hits out of as many times at tho bat
and making somo pretty plays at sec
ond. Von Alstinc, the third baseman
of the Jersey CItys, made a number of
excellent plays, and, altogether, the
game was better than any of tho pre
vious games. Tho same clubs play
again to-day, and McCoy will be pitted
What's tho matter? Is the Brother
hood going under? Tho attendance
yesterday, according to tho figures,,
given out, was Brotherhood 7,290,
League 0,850. But of this Buffalo,
which had no opposition, drew 2,100.
In Brooklyn the League team drew
2.800, v liilo Wnid's team drew ouly
fi00 people. Quito a como down for tho
Brotherhood team that was drawing
three times ns many peo,)lo us tho
League team a week ago. It's onlyn
question of time when the Brotherhood
will go under, and from tho rate at
which Ihc attendance is dropping off It
is only a very short time. When tho
Players clubs get to playing In tho West,
whero thcic Is littfo or no sympathy
with them, watch tho nttendanco drop
down liko tbo mcicury In n thermom
eter on a cold day.
Theiesults of yesterday's games In
the Atlantic Association was as follows:
Baltimore 0, Worcester 7; Ilartford 8,
Wilmington 0; Now Ilaven 10,
By winning yesterday Washington
lied for second place. 'Hartford now
holds first honor by ono game.
Tho Columbia Athletic team play the
Johns Hopkins team on Analostan
Bird injuied his hand yesterday In
sliding nnd had to retire. Nicholas
took his placo in light field.
President Spalding of tho Chicago
League Club said yesterday that all the
talk nbout tho National League going
back on its ndoptcd schedule was tho
weak Invention of tho enemy. Tho
mailer of tiansferring tho Pittsburg
Chicago games to that city, ho said, was
nn aflnir simply between tho two clubs
mill directed no ono else. Mr. Spaldlug
positively denied any intention of a
gcncial tbnnco In tho League schedulo
Tho Philadelphia Biotherhood Club,
at their meeting last night, decided to
take action on tho desertion of Myers,
Oleason, Clements, Thompson and
Pclniver fiom their club, and J. M.
Vnnderslico was empowered to enter
suit against theso men, asking that they
bo eiilolucd from playing with tho
League team. Tills action was brought
about by tho pushing of tho Pickett
i-aco, and they have no doubt but what
they will bo nblo to stop these men
fiom playing. Tho suits will bo bo
gun at onco.
"Wo aiu basing more trouble with
our umpliescvciy day," said Captaiu
Coralskey of Chicago while In Pitts
buig. "They aio not up to tho stand
ard. T do not accuse them of favoritism,
because 1 think they nro honest, but
their judgment is not what it might be.
To my mind It Is well enough to havo
thesu tilings undcibtood at tbo outset,
nd unless these men impiovo why let
Itaclnt: men all over the country aio
eagerly discussing the three great spring
races, tho Brooklyn Handicap nnd the
Suburban In tho Last nnd tho Kentucky
Derby In tho West. Tho latest odds on
tho first two cvonts are n9 follows:
Brookljii Handicap rtailgo, S;BIrDlTou,
0 Fides and Castaway II., 8; Come-to
Tnw, Diablo, F.rlc, Kronen Park, Kacoland,
and I.oiiKtrcct,10; Gorgo and Major Domo,
15; Flood Tldo, Hanover, Kingston, Prortor
Knott, nndBonorlln,20; Cnsslui, I.oahtakn.
Sorrento, nnd Tcnny, I!5; the rest from 110
to 200 to 1.
Tlio Suburban- Tcnny, 8j Flrcuzo, 10;
llacclnnd nnd Prindo ltojal, 12; Proctor
Knott, 15; Diablo, Trench Park, Fresno,
(lorgo, Longstrect and Tea Tray, 20 to 1;
I.avlnta Belie and l.oantaka, 25 to l; Los
Angeles and Scnorltn, 30 to 1, and tho rest
from 50 to 200 to 1.
Sullivan has formally nccoptcd tho
offer of tho California Athletic Club to
n Unlit villi Peter Jackson for a purso
of $20,000, tho winner to tnko nil. This
settles tho matter, nnd the details of tho
fight will bo arranged after tho Missis
sippl matter Is settled In June.
Tho bout between Jnck Hopper and
Billy Myers to morrow night at Lan.
non's Opcra-IIouso is attracting a groat
dcol of attention. There will be a largo
nttendanco from this city. Tho train
leaves at 8 o'clock sharp and returns at
10:80. Thcro will probably bo bouts
arranged for Eddy Myers and Link
Pope, who offer $23 to nnyono they
cannot best in four rounds, and rue
willing to glvo ten pounds.
A IMPOUNDING TUUMl.
llio "Oilglrml l'achiiRii Decision br
tlio Supreme Court,
Tbo decision of tho Supreme Court,
Justices Harlan, Gray and Brower dis
senting, in tho so-called "Orlglnnl
Packages," is tho hardest thump our
ftiends tho Prohibitionists havo ever
got. Accoultug to tlio opinion of tho
majority of tho court, ardent spirits
sent from one Stnto to another nro arti
cles of inter Stnto commerce, and. if
contained in tho original package in tho
State to which they havo been trans
mitted, cannot be seized under State
prohibitory regulations. In so far as
prohibitoiy laws fotbid tho transmis
sion tlnough or tho sale in tho Stato
which enacts them, of ardent spirits
sent from another Stato and remaining
in tho oilginnl package, such laws vlo
lato tho clause of the Constitution vest
ing in the Congicss cxcluslvo jurisdic
tion over commcico between tho States.
Tho Prohibitionists must now turn
their attention to Congrats. Until thoy
gain control of that body thirsty souls
In Iowa can lawfully soak "in the origi
nal package" biought from Pcoiia or
Tin: i'aiicj: hnddd.
Tlioao Who Ilnucn lUnat l'ny tho riil
cllor," You Know.
The last act in the farco of the in
vestigation of the "seditious" news
paper correspondents was enacted yes
terday afternoon, when Mr. Jones of
Nevada, as chairman of tho committee
to audit and control the contingent ex
penses of the Senate, signed the vouch
ers entitling each or thu five corre
spondents cnllcd as witnesses to lo3
Tho coi respondents wcio in actunl at
tendance on the sessions of tho commit
tee two days, but each of them was un
der subpoena for fifty-one davs, while
tho Scnato was dcteimining whether or
not to commit them for contempt. Tho
investigation of the publication of the
secrets of executive sessions has cost
tho Senate nbout $2,000 nnd has re
sulted In nothing.
niSMiss.it. or i'oi.igiimiin.
it Can lie Hone liy tlio Commissioner
At the Distiicl buildings to-day thcro
was considerable discussion over tho
opinion handed down ycstciday In the
United States Supicme Court in the
matter of Lckloff vs. tho Distiict of
Columbiu. Tho Supremo Court sus
tains the decision of the Court in banc,
in which the Commissioners of tho Dis
trict have the authority to dismiss a police
officer for alleged cause and without the
pilvilcge of atrial, as was formerly the
case prior to 1878, befor a police board.
The opinion rendered by the United
States Supremo Court is of especial in
terest to police ofllccrs.
Transaction on the Washington 'lock
Kxcliangc Note and Gossip,
The transactions on tho local stock
boaid yesterday were mostly in securi
ties that arc but seldom put on the
For 2,500 convcitlblc sixes of the
Washington and Georgetown Ilallroad,
100 was paid. The possibility that tho
-privilege of converting these bonds Into
stocks may sooner or later be granted,
gives them tho high value which is
freely paid for them.
Washington Light Infantry seconds
to the extent of .$1,700 brought 102.
Tho enhanced value of tho Light In
fantry property is believed to bo sulU
cicnt to insure the safety of these
bonds, though they nic secured by a
second lien, hence, ns they bear 7 por
cent, inteiest, they command a pre
mium. In bank stock the ouly sale was of
National Mctiopolitan. which brought
iiOO for It shines nnd2iKXr for 10. This
is cheap stock, as tho day is near when
a very large increase in tho dividends
of this bank will bo made.
Por 50 shnics of Firemen's Insurance
40g was paid. This was a fair valua
tion, about 100 shares having been sold
recently at tho same pitco. Tho only
discouraging fentuio about the stock Is
that tho olllceis allege, with apparent
candor, that It Is Impossible, with the
constant Introduction of now companies,
which attiact business from tho old, to
pay more dividends than aro now de
clared, Tho stock on tho present
market price will pay a little over -1 por
ceut, per annum.
Foi eight shnics of Geoigelown Gas
stock 5!l per shnrc was paid. This is a
good stock, and will pay close to u per
cent, at tho price it brings.
uuesnpcahu anu t'otomao Telephone
stock, alter helling nt 72 for twenty
shares and at 711 for ten, closed with
no stock oflcring below 75 and with 71
Piivntely thcic Is a good demand for
U. S. Elcctiic Light stock, and for sev
ernl lots 113 was refused. Tlio only
ofl'ciing on tlio Imnitl was of 10 shares
at 117. On tho boaid tho convcitlblo
bonds to tho extent or $2,000 wero
taken nt 11(1.).
There weio ngulu no tinnsactlpns in
Grnphophone stock; tho best bid was 111
nnd tho only offcilng nt 1 1.
An on Rrcitr.r The unparalleled
merit and popularly or Dr. Hull's Cough
A specific for all bodily pain is Silvatlou
Oil. It cures nil pain instantly and coots23c.
lind Murkmuiishln hiivud Him.
Yesterday aftoinoou about J. o'clock
theiowns a (piariol In tho O stieet al
ley between George Wilson and Joseph
Leo, both while. Wllsou thought no
was gettinir tho woist of it, so ho pulled
his "gun" nud blned away at Lee.
Tlio bullet tlew wide of Its ninik, but
had the effect of seining Leo pictty
badly. "Wilson has bcon uricsted. In
tho Police Court this mojning Wilson
w ns sent to j till for three mouths.
1 1' mi have catarrh, uso the surest
icinidy J)i, Sage's.
lilt, GLADSTONE'S VIEWS.
Tories Say Thoy Havo Chanced Mate
rially of Lnto,
London, April 20. Tho assertion of
tho Conservnllvo organs that Mr. Glad
stono'c speech In tho House of Commons
last Thursday shows him to havo
materially changed his vlows within
tho last few years regarding Irish land
puichascs, Is not well founded In view
of his other speeches on tho samo
subjects It Is altogether a mistako to
suppose that Mr. Gladstone is, or ever
has been, a strong supporter of
tho prlnclplo of land purchase. Whllo
ho has been tho author or tho advo
cate of moro than one land purchase
bill, bo has always been careful to In
slst upon tho necessity of certain woll
defined conditions being complied with
before any cxtcnslvo operations of land
purchase could -with a safety bo Bet In
motion through tho direct Intervention
of tho State. When Mr. Gladstone
moved for leave to Introduce a bill to
mnko amended provision for tho sale
nnd purchase of land in Iro
land in 1880, ho took occasion
lo indicate what ho
regarded as a
blot In tho existing
"I consider," ho said, "that these
nets present nn extremely bad and dan
gerous form of dealing with this obli
gation, nnd I do so on tho ground that
their bases nro to placo tho British
troasury In contact with tho Individual
occupier and farmer In Ireland. In
my opinion this Is not a wiso policy. I
do not entertain mistrust of tho Irish
man's disposition to llquldato his
Eecunlary engagements. I bcllovo that
o may very well, except
ing under circumstances of pecu
liar oxnspcration, bear comparison
with his class in other countries In that
matter. But It Is n dangorous thing for
a Stato which tho course of policy and
tlio condition of legislation have led tbo
Scoplo to regard as essentially a foreign
tnto to make these people In great
numbers Individually Its debtors; dan
gerous, because tempting the debtor;
dnngerous, becauso extremely unsafe
for tho Stnto, considered as a debtor.
Notwithstanding tho safeguards In
Mr. Gladstone's bill for land puichaso,
foity members of tho present Unionist
party in Parliament opposed tho
rnensure, a number Intimating that they
would havo supported tho Liberal
lcadci's Homo Rule bill if ho had not
saddled upon them his Land Purchase
bill, tho latter causing their secession.
Yet the majority if not all of these
samo members now proposo to support
Mr. Balfour's land purchaso schemo,
which, had It been introduced by Mr.
Gladstono In 1880, would not havo left
him a docn followers. It Is hardly neces
sary to mention the fact that In 1880 tho
Conservative party to a man opposed
Mr. Gladstone's Irish Land Purchaso
Combined Clirlstlnns Win n Decisive
Victory Over a Arabs.
London, April 29. The details of
the fighting, whieh resulted In the res
toration of Mwanga, Is given by Mis
sionary Mackay. Ho says In tho first
conflict with Christians they were
routed and scattered, but on October 4,
having received reinforcements to the
extent of 2,000 guns, they defeated the
Arabs in a short and decisive contest.
King Knrcmn iled. Mwancn is nomi
nally n Roman Catholic. Tho Protest
ants and Roman Catholics have formed
nn alliance for tho purpose of meeting
nny danger that may beset them.
SUl. CUAMHKKr.AlN'S SPEECH.
The Tory Orcan Sayn Hl Succeatlons
Wero Out of l'laco.
Loniiox, Apill 29. Tho Standard
says of the speech dclivcicd In tho
House of Commons last night by Mr.
Chamberlain, that his sympathies were
remarkably out of placo and that the
general tendency of tho speech was In
tho direction of strengthening tho hands
of the opposition.
The htamlard, however, thinks that
tho government may agree to tho inser
tion in tho land purchase bill of a
clause which will glvo over certain
powers to the local authorities to be
VUmarclc In Parliament.
IlAMiiuno, April 29. Tho Ham
hurger Xachrkhten repeats tho assertion
that Princo Bismarck will appear In
Parliament, but says ho will do so only
to lend his counsel to tho Stato.
tiervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms.
L. n. DROWN, M. D.,
23 West Jersoy Bt
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno S3, JSSO.
This Is to ccrtlty that I have nsod for somo
months with ranch satisfaction, the combina
tion of remedies, or lloadaohe, known as
BrlgRS Hcadaoho Troohes. Tho remody
euros moro headaches, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this certificate will
bo tho means of MWKingit to tho favorablo
attention rot sufferers from that trouble, I
shall fool that I havo done thorn a sorvico,
L. H. DHOWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
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Chartered by Spoclal Act of Congress,
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SAFE KEEPING OP VALUABLES,
RENTING OF SAFES,
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Contalued In Its FIRE-PROOF liUILDINO,
N. E. Cor. 15th Street and New York Ave.
orrosiTE u. s. treasury.
OFFICE HOURS, 9 A. M. TO i P . M.
OtlltUO lli:rt ltllCUMATISM,
An Exutuplo or nithor Fnlth or I-ovo
fi om thi VtU oil Journal,
Bceslo Miller lives nt Carondclot, Mo.
She wn9 taken with pneumonia and
was awful sick. Delirium sot In nnd
tho bunion of tho girl's cry was for
"John," that being tho surname of the
young mnn who hnd been keeping com
pany wlili her for several months. Tho
mother tvlearnplicil for tho father that
thilr darling daughter was dying. In
tho mcantlino John was sout for
and on his arrival tbo lacerated lungs
seemed to heal up as though manipu
lated by a folth-ctirlat. llor dollrium
Dassod away llko mist before tho morn
ing sun and she was bright and chipper
as n lark. John remained nt her sldo
all day and on leaving In tho evening
promised to return next morning. Be
ing out of n job It was nn easy thing
for him to do, and that second day's
companionship entirely cured tho girl.
Bho is now in perfect health nnd tho
wtddlng cards havo been sent out.
Bcsslo's father, who paid good monoy
to go homo, hasn't fathomed tho mys
tery yet. but when ho hcara tho story ho
winks slyly to himself.
Howard's Snow l'arni,
om thi Xao York Ti Uunc
Tho truth about tho vnluo of
"Seward's Snow Farm," as somo havo
been wont to speak of Alaska, is not
always told. "The prospective wealth
of Its nlmost interminable forests of
spruce, plno, hemlock, etc., can
scarcoly bo ovcrcstlmoted," wrltc3 an
officer of tho Navy stationed thcro; and
Its cod fisheries alono nro said to bo
worth moro than tho wholo Territory
cost tho Government. Tho population
is between 10,000 and 50,000, and tho
fohr principal exports furs, gold, fish
and lumber footed a total of nearly
$10,000,000 Inst year. It 13 clalmod
that tho cultivation of wheat, ryo and
oats and vegetables of all kinds has
been successful, and that, ns good
pasture abounds, thero aro abundant
opportunities for profitable stock
raising. Spring: Meeting; of Hie Washington
Driving Club nt Uonnlngs.
Special train will leavo B. and P. Station
at 1:30 p. in. sharp for Bcnnings for tho
trotting races of tho spring meeting of tho
Washington Driving Club on April 2fl, 30
and May 1 and 3.
Itouml-trlp tickets from Washington will
bo twenty-fho cents. Admission tlckots,
Including all privileges, $1.
In addition to tho special train, lcRUlar
trains leaving B. and V. Station at 10.50 a.
m., la.Oi noon ami 2:10 p. m. will stop to
leavo passengers at raco track.
GO HND SEE
GREATEST CURIOSITY InWASHIHGTON
Largest Striped Bass
IN THE POTOMAC.
Weighs 75 Pounds.
Tfozen In a Monument of Chijstal Ice
S FfiET SQUARE. 7 l'EET niQIl.
WETGIUNO OCO POUNDS.
ON EXHIBITION AT
GEORGE W. DRIVER'S.
605 Pa. Ave.
THIS .BLEGAXT BASS WILL HE SERVED
IN LUNCH ON FRIDAY, FROM
12 TO 3 P. jr. ap29.lt
THE TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
Arrival of Railroad Tralim In W111I1
ineton. Arrival at II. and 1'. Station.
From Boston 10.43 a. m. aany.
From Now York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8.00,
10.45 n. m., 1.42, 2.15, 3.10. 8.4U (limited) 9 23,
and 10.35 p.m. dally. 1.42, 8.15, and 8.30
p. m. daily excopt Sunday.
From Baltimore 4.10, 0.30, 8 00, 8.43, 10.45
a.m., 2.15, 2.25, 3.10, 5 55, 0 50, 8.30. 8.40, 9.23,
and 10 S3 p. m. daily. At 8 35. 9.53, 11.40 a.
m 1.42, 3.50, G.40, 6.15, p. m. daily except
'From Annapolis 8.00, 0,55 a. m 1.43, 5.55, 8.30
P.m. On Sundays, 0.55 p.m.
.From Niagara Falls, Duff aio, Klmlra and TJar-
rlsburp Daily 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally
From rope's Creek Lino 8.35 n m and 5.5
p m, dally, except Sunday.
From Richmond and the South 11.24 a ra
10.50 and ll.OO.p m dally, O.SO.pm, dally, ex
From Cblcuco and rlltsbnrB 0.D0, 8.45 a m,
2.25, 5.55, 8.15 p m. AH daily.
Ft om bt. Louis 6.30 11 m and 2.25 p m, dally.
From Aloxandrla 0.53, 8.H0, 9.30, 10.45, 11.21,
a m, 2.50, 5.30, 0.30. 7.10, 7.23, 9.40, 10-40,
10.50,11.00 p m dally. At 6.23. 7.25, 8.20,
10.23, 10.35 a m. 1.40, 3 00, 3.20, 10.40. 11.25 p
in. dally, except bunday. On Sunday only
III ...-u p ra.
Fiom Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Louis,
via Chesapeake and Ohio route 8.30 a.m.
dally; from Cincinnati and bt. Louis t"F.
F. V, Special") at 2.50 p. m. dally.
Local train on C. and O. from Virginia
bprlncs 7.13 p. m. exient Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3.S5 and 10.50 p.m. dally.
From New Orleans, Montgomery, Birming
ham, Atlanta, llaleleli, Lynchburg-6.53 a.
m.and7. 10 p.m. daily,
riom Memphis, New Orloans, Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10.41 a.
m. nnd 10.40 11. m. daily.
From tharlottesvlllo and Way 2.53 p. m.
From Manassas, Strasburg and Way 10.23 a.
m. and 10.45 p. m. daily oxoept Sunday.
From Leesburi,', Round 1111 1 and Points on W.
A O. It. R-8.30 a. m. dally, 3 p. m. dally,
ArrlvulH nt II, nnd O, Station.
From Now TorK 8.10 a. m 2.40, 8.00,9.20,
11.20 p. m. dally, 5 p. in. dally, oxeept
l"ri)in Phlladelphla-8. 10.11. 15a. m.,2.40, S,00,
0.20, 11.S) p. in. dally; B.00 p. m. dally ox-
From Balilmoio-8 05, 8.40, 0M, 10.20. 11.03 a.
m., 12.45, 2.10.3 00, 5.20, 0.30, 7 45,8.00,8.30,
9.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, daily, 0.30, 7.30, 8.30,
8.50, a.m.. l.to, 1.30. 5.00, 7.0 p. m. dally
except bunday. On Sunday only at 2 20
From chlcaVoand Columbus 11.45 a. m and
4.05 p.m. dally.
Fiom Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd LouUvillo-
3.50 n. n aud 2 p. m. dally.
From Pittsburg and Cleveland 7.10 a. m and
u.5fl p. in. dully.
From Deer Park and Oakland 3,50, 11.15 a.
m, and 4 05 p.m. dally.
From Lexington, Winchester and Vlrglnh
Valley u.SOa. in. and 3 n. m. dally, except
Fi om Frederick 8 25 a. m. dally, 1.50, 3, C.W,
7.SO n. m dally, except Sunday.
Fiom Ilagerstown 8 25 a. in. dally, 0 30 a, in.
and 1.50 nnd 0.50 p. m. dally, excopt bun
Fiom Washington Junction and Way -3.43,
7.10, 8.2 u. is n. ni., 1.50, 3, 4.03, 0.50 p m.
dally; o.so a. in. nud 7.30 p. m. dally, except
From lloyd'n nnd Way 8.23, 9 30 a m , 1,
tj.f.0 p in. dally; 8.20 a. in. and 7..J0 p. in.
dally, except Sunday.
From (lalthertburK and Wny 7 10, S 23 a m ,
3, 0 50, 10.23 p. m. dally; 7.20, 8 20, 9J0, II 20
a.in.,4,7.3pp in. dally, except Sunday On
bunday only. 10.2ia. m. and 8 p. m.
From Annapolis 10.20 n. m. dally, 8.30 0 m.
and 1,50,6 20, 7.15 p. m. dally, except Sun.
day, On Sunday only at 0.30 p.m.
1 S a Wood disease Until tlio poison Is
expelled from I " system, there can
bo no euro for ti s loatlisnmo nml
dangerous malndy. 'il'rcforo, tlio only
efftctivn treatment Is a ilioiotigli rourso
of Ajcr'sSnvsiipiirllln tlio best cf nil
blood piirlflcrs, Tlio sooner you begin
tlio better j delay Is Onngorous.
" I was troubled wltli cntnrrh for ovr
two years, I tried various rctnrillci,
and uns treated by a number of physi
cians, hut received no benefit until I
began to tnlco Ajcr's Sarsnparllln. A
tow bottles of this uicdlciuo cured 1110 of
this troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jcsso M.
Boggs, Hotmail's 31111s, N. O.
"When Aycr's S.irsapnrilla was rec
ommended to mo for cntairh, I was In
clined to doubt Its eillcncy. Having
triod so many remedies, with llttlo ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
euro mo. I became emaciated from loss
of appetite nnd Impaired digestion, I
lind nearly lost tho senso of Biiicll, nnd
my system was badly deranged. I was
nbout discouraged, whon n friend urged
mo to try Aycr's Sarsnparllln, nnd re
ferred 1110 to persons whom It had cured
of catarrh. After taking hnlf a dozen
bottles of this medicine, I nm convinced
that tho only suro way of treating thU
obstinate disease Is through tho blood."
Charles If. Jlnloncy, 113 Ulvcr St.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price $1; l liottlM, 45. Worth $5 a totllc.
PKJSfSUPKRIOK WOIIU-BURNP LUMP
For building purpocs. for salo by
JAMES II. McGILL,
Dealer In Rnlldlnir Supplies,
ap2fl-2w 008 to 911 a st. n. w.
-K' Formerly Washington Inn,
Will open about MAY 1, ltsoo.for dallv and
monthly boaidcrs; also for tho convenience
of those who nro driving.
Luncheon nnd suppers served on n mo
Driving parties must positively havo cards
ot admission. Apply to
JASIES R. KEENAN,
K3SrROClID ALE CO OP. SOCIETY OF TIIE
Kr DIST. OF COL.
Mombors of this society aro informed that
tho new Trado Cards (and LUts), improved
nnd extended, are now ready for Issue.
jicmucrs win return tnooia (green) cam,
with tholr address written across tho faco,
to any of those named below and obtain tho
new on payment of tho proper fco. There
being over 1,000 members who shonldobtaln
tho now card boforo April 80th Instant
promptness is ndvlsahlo. The old cavdltof
no benttlt after Jvrll 30.
- J.W. HARiIJA. Secretary.
90511st, Cash Room, Treasury Dopt, and
nt 505 15th st, nt noon and at 4 o'clock p.m.
A. T. Longloy,prcst,800 A st n e, Agr'l Dept,
Smith Thompson, V. P., 1829 l'nw, A. G.
0., War Dopt.
L. Vandcihocf, 031 French st, Bureau of
E. c. Fawcctt, 003 llasi avo n e, ith Aud.
J. E. McCabc, 22 3d t n c, P. O. Dept.
II. W. Smith, 710 II st s w, Q. M. fi. O.
L. F. Hunt, 1310 S st n w, Cth Aud. OBieo.
L. 11. GrUHey, 7C0 L st n w, Reg. OfBco
John Morrison. 115 R st n w, Pen. OfBco.
Dr. Jos Jouy. 2218 Pa ai 0 n w. S. G. O.
John Finn, SIS 23d stn w, A. G. O.
O. n. hayer, burgeon General's. Oftlco.
Edward taxton, 223 list n 0, Govt. Print
J. C. Biown, 7th st and H. I. avotDrug
D. M.Davis, 1013 19th st n w, Dii. Eng. and
OllvorDufour, Cashier's Room, City Tost
office. John n. Jones, 1520 Oth ht 11 w. Signal Ofllco.
Dr. E. L. Corbln, Second Auditor's Ofllco.
J. JI.Andius, 1510 Columbia st, G. L. O.,
J. K. Page, 1210 F st n w (Grocer).
F. J. Young, 310 Spruce st , Sty. Dl v. Treasy.
W. n. Womort-loy, 1720 II -t nw, Ofllco
Rev. Mar., Treas.
Frank Sibloy, 705 15th st n W, Cigar Store.
By order ot the oxcctlve committee
npl7,1m J. W. UARSHA. Secretary.
Kvgf ICE ICE. ICE.
I523' THE INDEPENDENT
Proposo to furnish their patrons tho coming
season with the
BEST QUALITY OF KENNEBEC ICE,
as usual, at rates as low, if not lower, than
nny other city
SOUTH OF BOSTON.
All Information ns to prices and contracts
will bo cheerfully furnished at tho ofllco of
tho company, 12th st. and Pa. avo. n. w.
YELLOW WAGONS MARKED
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
KJST'TIIE WASHINGTON LOAN AND
S5' TRUST COMPANY.
CAPITAL Sl.OOO.OOO. TEMFOHARYOFFICE3.
100! F st n w, pre lous to tho erection of
the company's building, corner 9th and F
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON HEAL ESTATE. Well seemed loans,
guaranteed by tho company, for salo. In
terest paid. Call on or corrcixid with ns
W. D. ROBIbON. Soo. B. II. WARNER, Pros.
Charles B. Bailey, Georgo F. Sohafer,
James L. Barbour, Thomas Somervlllo,
Georgo E. Bartol, John A. Swopo,
Richard W. Clay. J. 8. Swormstodt,
illoraee 8. Cummings, Hattersloy W. Talbott
J. J. Darlington, Georgo Truosdell,
John Joy Edson. B. II. Warner,
Charles J. Faulkner, A.A.Wilson,
Albeit F. Fox, L. I). WIno.l
O. C. Green. S. W. Woodward.
William B. Gutley, Chas. BenJ. Wilkinson,
John B. lamer. A. H. Worthlngton.
KSFLATJI.ES! LADIES) LADIES!
b jirs. McCnfforty Is tho only hat and
bonnot-framo manufacturer In tboelty. Call
and Eeo her now shapes. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw and folt bats altered to tbo
latest styles. Oiders promptly attended to.
1009 G Btreet n. w.
KjgFDH. WHITE, CHIROPODIST
1410 Penna. avo.. opposite Wlllard'a Hotol.
Thousands from tar and near visit Dr. White
for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun'
Ions, diseased nails and all othor foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 6 p.m.; Sun
days, 9 to 12. Establlsbod 1801. Foo. tt.
WHY NOT TIAVE YOUR SHIRTS
mado bv ono ot tho most colobratod
cutters In America f Prleos samo as those
I third-rate cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 903 F
ni 11 w.
Adietllseinentt under thlt head, fourllnttor
tit, 23 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three,
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; references given. Apply lsiu N II av.
T7ANTED-A WHITE GIRL TOR GEN-
era! housework in a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; to tho right party a ploasant homo
nnd good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning-rod' or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr falre, for literary
work. Large salary. Write London & Hart
foul Pub. Co.. N. Y.
mom In tho northeast part of olty
uheio tl.uu will bo no objection to light
housekeeping, Address!). P. 11 , thlsouico.
Adrertlfttnent under this head, four line or
list, SScentsfor on insertions: 50 cents for three,
I")ICH, RARE AND 'raCY-TIIE WASH
Aj Ington Edition of "Cupid's Realm", a
now matrimonial paper. Will appear May 10
noxt. I.ajles' personals Insetted free.
Gents' 23 cents per lino of eight words, sin-
glo copies 10 cents (sllvei). Address PRANK
bTJSWAKl, uox nu, Liiy r. u
NOW IS TIIE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big money" for gen'j' flrst-class soo-ond-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUfaTIPS OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. W.
COMMISSIONER OK DEEDS.
CI 8. BUNDY, COXPR OF DEEDS FOR ALL
J. States and Territories, 433 La. avc, opp,
T WILLIAM LEK
(Succosaor to Henry Lee's Sons),
312 PENN. AVENUE N. W.,
Branch office, 493 Maryland avc. t, w.
I roil RALR. IIOUSl.
rwviA sir, vs WV 'V
1 Adrtrtitttnmtt timttr tu toad, ftmrllntior
Uti, va anti for ont tiutriton: Mi ctntifor thru,
Tiou RAi.n- a imwAiv iv sold at
once; if tory nn1 Iib' ctnent hrlok liouio;
1 V tooim nnil tmtfi; all mml Imps; situated at
1 No 133 1 ft nw; prico i I.BOO: terms ono-lhlrd
rnb, Imtntico I, 2 and 3 years. Annly
1 lo rilANIIH IHTPTY. lilrtl Fulnw.' foft-CO
rnOR SALK-IN ALEXANDRIA, II ROOM
? frame hnura, Jimt flnlfhln; nydrautln
1 yardi lot lOntlS: (nni? homu: price, $HO0. An
I ply to ROBERT .7, THOMAS, Room No. S, 013
l?OR HALE FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 25
, I1 foot alloy, bet 01 h nnd 10th and O nnd II
I M ! 7 roomn: hall on both Uoom: 0I030U
frontlne tho Potmnan; IB per cent Invest
ment: lot 311 f (-el front, by dJ) doop, 49 foot
from l)th t. Apply within.
T?OR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
houFOS In Wnfhlnaton, 100, 103 and 110
11th nt n oj two-etory and ba.omont, brown
stone trimmings; 7 room nnd bath: oleotrlo
hells nnd uas: prico, W.fiO oach, SMO cash
bnlanco to anlt or trade for eood lotfl.
TOn KENT HOUSES.
AilttrtticmmU unrter thtt head, four line or
less, 25 cents for on Intertlon; 50 cent for thi et.
1701 RIavon w.l7rs S200 00
1413 Mass nvo, 17 rs and stanio aw
14llKetnw. 13 rs 20000
1011 Connavo, 15 rs 175 00
14th st ex., 15 rs MM
UHMstnw, 15rs. 150 00
lS08Hfnw, 12 rs 115 00
1737 o st nw, lira 100 00
1400 Chapln stn w, 13 rs 100 00
17-12 1'Btn W.12 rs 100 CO
7014 21st nw. 14 rs 100 00
2Infaycttob'qnarc, 15 rs
018 E st n w, 15 rs 83 33
502 E st n w, 11 rs 7503
1402 Cbnpln st n w, 12 rs 75 00
1313 O st n w, 11 rs 03 00
B42NYnvn, 10 rs cs 00
015 N Ynvo, II rs cooo
1101 N II avo, 10 rs HOO CM
1404btoughtonst,9rs 55 00
1400btoughtonst,0 rs 53 00
1750 P st n w, 10 rs 53 00
1611RIggsPlnce,9is 32 50
Pnt, near Slst, 7 rs 60 00
1S0I 2lst st n w, 8 rs 50 00
114017th stn W. 7rs 43 00
1504Sstn w,0rs..i 43 00
1019 Corcoran stn w, 9 rs 40 00
2032Gstn w.10 rs 40 00
1909 7th st n w, strand dwg 35 00
117IIstnw,8rs 33 00
2900QstnW,2rs 33 33
1023 HI avo, 12 rs
915 E St B W. 6 rs 23 50
917 Kstsw.C rs 23 50
1354 4k stsw. 6 rs 18 00
Tho above bouses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
1321 F st. n. w.
T70R RENT-TWO BRAND NEW SIX
JD room frame houses, high nnd dry loca
tion; near churches and publlo school in
Unlontown. Inquire of A. BEUUEND, 438 a
ITOIl KENT HOOMS.
Ad tert Iscmtnt under this head, four lines or
Use, 25 cent for one Insertion: 50 cents for thtee.
HANDSOME FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
suito or single, at tlio Buckingham, 920
15th stn w. oveilooklng Mol'herson Squaro.
FOR RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
sultablo for gentlemen. No. 903 M st n w.
rOIt SALE AND KENT.
T5EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
Othet, botKand Lstsn w 830,000
023 and L23 II st n w, b h and 5 houses
ClSIstnw, bh, ml, 12 rs 10,000
1013 10th stnw, bh.ml, 10 rs 12,000
207Gstnw, bh.ml, lOrs 8.000
1128 Oth st n w. b h, 9 rs 8.000
223 Indiana avo n v,bb,9rs 7,500
1731 19th st n w, b h, 9 rs 7.600
1229 Mass avo n w, th.Srs 7,350
33Istnw,bh, llrs , 0.500
2-STlORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOB
1015 E Cap st n 0, bh,9rs SS.000
400 nnd 408 11th Etsw.bh. Ors 5,000
405 to 111 Baar's alley nw'.bh, 4 rs 5,000
239 131 st a w, b h, 8 rs 5,000
1311 D st n w, f h, 0 rs 5,000
Ml toS33 22dstn w, bh, Ors 4,500
423 N Bt n w, f h, 5 rs, and 2 houses roar 4,000
COLstnw, b h, 7rs 3,500
S12 and 844 SI st s w, f h, 4 rs 2,300
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Dnnbarton fn 0 and Real! st, 30th and Slst
Btsnw SI 23
I) Bt, hot 3d and 4th sta so 1 23
13) st, bet Canal nnd O sts n w 1 00
Mass avo. bet Del avo and 1st stn e 1 00
O st, bet lbtam!3d stsn w 85
N 0 eor Vn nvo and 22dstuw 75
O st, hot 2d and 3d 11 o GO
Mount Pleasant 40
5th st, bet Va nve and Gstso...., 30
lstht, botOandPsts s w 10
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1120 12th st n w, 13 rs $75 00
M) C stnw, 12 rs a 00
721 8th stnw, llrs 05 00
232 N Jnvonw, Ors 50 00
901 21st stnw, 12 rs 40 00
1105 N H avo nw. Ors ai 00
HlOTst n w,7rs 3300
Upper part 1408 P st n w,7 rs 30 00
lS31Vtnonw, 8 is 27 50
1152 22d ut n w, 9 rs 25 00
925Ustn w,7rs 2059
1224 II .st no, Ors 20 00
0O7Nstnw,7 is 2000
h270thstnw, ors.noss. May 1 18 00
344 Jackson nail ulloy, Us 15 00
1005 Q st n w, 5 rs 15 00
13474)stsw, 5 rs 10 30
11 FstTcrrncoso, 4 rs 8 80
71Iopoa08C, 4 rs 8 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. 8. bonds; 5 per cent., payable
quarterly; In sums of $1,000.
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of the propei ty
on my books. For lull list call at ofllco for
bulletin, Issuod on the 1st and 15th.
I'lIK SALE SIISCELr.ANEOUS.
Adtertttements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cent for three.
T?OR SALE-FINE SODA-WATKR APPA-
ratus. In good order; cost 4323; sell now
for 580 cash. Addics 410 O stnw. ap23,3t
ITiOR SALE-57.500 BATOPILAS 1STMORT
; uago Bonds aro ottered for ialo by
E. It COTTRELL,
No. 1148 N, Y. uvo.
TTIOR BALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
stylMi Gray Horse, ovor 10 hands high;
lino barnoss nnd not much used; Landau
mado by Joyce; aro offered nt roasonablo
rates on account of owner leaving tho city.
E. 11. COTTRELL. 1118 N Y. ave
OR 6ALE-S75-SPECTAL STAR. 5MNCH,
silent raehet, I nlckol, absolutely per
feet condition. Addicss or apply 223 A st h e.
COtlXTKY KEA I. ESTATE.
J7OR SALE ABOUT 17 ACRES ON 3D ST
n e extended, on the lino of the Eoklng
ton and Soldiers' Homo Railway, bolng a part
ot the cstnto of tlio lato Chief Justice Chase,
now called "Kdgewood;" a good opportunity
for Imostors. For particulars, prico, etc.
Inquire of CI1APIN BROWN, 323 11 stn w.
MRS. HINES-'THE ELSMERE"-1I08 II
st n w; now plumblug, now furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention to the
tahlo; location ccutial, noar the Arlington
and Wormlov's.' fiv-oo
.MONEY TO LOAN.
SO. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
. Bargulns In nil pain of tho city. Life
and Fire Insuianco, Cornor 8th and Fsts
n w. l.o Droit Building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OH
fli-st-class securities at lowost rates 0!
Intorost. No delay whoro security Is good.
O. O. GREEN,
303 7th st. n. w.
ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La avo.
TV 1 ONEY,
1J IN ALL SUMS,
UO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE bKCURITY,
AT 5 AND C TEH CENT.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE AU
thorlzed by tho United boouritv Life In
surance and Trust Company of Philadelphia
to advance money on improved property In
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket vnluo, with or without llfo Insurance,
Loans paublo In monthly or quarterly in
staUim-nte, miming 5, 10, 15 or v yoars. In
many Instances tho payments aro loss than
thu reutul ot a house. F. U. SMITH & SON,
1222 F st II w.
ONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Real Estato Security.
IU. U. WARNER A CO.,
3-story nnd basement 10-room brick
house; nil modern improvements; situate
second street, bcU cen U and I) so.
479 rrlco, $6,000.
2-story fromahou6o,w!th largo lot; slluato
on Sixth street, between 11 and (J so.
S77 I'rice, 1,000.
8-storv brick house, contalnlnc 9 rooms
and bath; sizo of lot, 18x75; situato on O I
403 Trice, $0,000.
3-story and back building brick d welling, I
containing 10 rooms; all modern improve-
ments; situate on corner 0! Ninth and O
4S2 Price, $8,000.
2-story brlclt house, 0 rooms and bath: '
situate on L street, between North Capitol
nnd First streets nw.. 1
403 Price, $3,550.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern Improvements; situate No, 031 1
K street nw. 1
423 Price, $10,500.
3-storv brick house. 10 rooms; sizo ot lot. '
23x123; sltuato Xo. 1423 N st. nw.
231 Trice, $10,000.
2-story and basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; sltuato on Now llnmpshlro
avenue, bet. Land 31 sts. nw.
409 Price, $0,300.
2-story 0-room brick house; sltuato on
Cleveland avc, bet. 13th and 13th, W and
403 Trice, $1,900.
2-story 6-room brick houso, on Wallach
481 Price, $4,300.
2-story 0-room brick house; situate on
413 Price, $3,100.
3-story brick house, containing 11 rooms
nnd bath; nnd nil modern Improvements;
situate No. 1220 G st. n. w
430 Price, $13,000.
Improved property on tho north sido of
Q st., wide front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A largo stable property in a desirable lo
cation; now under leaso to good teuant,
paying 9 per cent.
317 Trice, $2S,000.
404 Frarno dwelling, Grant ave., 3Iount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
E'400 Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Trlco,
4S9 S-room frame house, lot 20x75, on L
bt. se. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Aloxnndrln, Vn,
3-story brlclf dwelling, 13 rooms, with
ofllco annex and largo side lots; situate on
cor. Duko and St. Asaph sts.; lot "SxS9.
3-story nud back building dwelling, con
taining 13 looms and bath; lot 70x90; sit
uate No. Gil Prince st.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick houso,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
453 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelllnc house, built In tbo
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x112.
391 Price, $0,500.
2-storv nnd back butldiinr brick houso.
containing 8 looms, sltuato on Columbus
St., near Prince.
4S3 Price, $2,400.
49S 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; largo side yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington ana uamcron sis., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
is tho bebt situation in Alexandria. Trice,
$8,000. Torms One-third cash, balauco
ono and two years.
Houses at Falls Church, Va.
A new cottage, sltuato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. A O.
If. I!., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A new cottage, sltuato only S
minutes' walk 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.
Yuciiut Ground Northeast uihI ho
All of square 1094 25c
" " 1093 23c
" " Bouth 1002 35c
" " " 1030 SOc
" " 1013 90c
Half of " 1111 23c
4 lots " 10S0 30c
5 ' " 1093 30c
3 " " 10S4 33c
1 " " 1107. 20c
5 " 1072 35c
1 " " 1027 37Jc
4 " " 1003 40c I
1 " " 1045 43c
1 " " 10S0 50c
1 " " 1033 50c
3 " 10213 SOc
2 " " 109S 25c
11 " " 1037 00u
2 ' " 812 SOc
10 ' 1059 40c
7" " 100J 02Jc
Building Lois In nil sections ot tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 1' Street, Wiclilnirtou, I). C.
I5ROPOMAL8FOIIl)0(jTA(.s -OH I' I 1
the I'oinuils-lonnrK I) , Wash
Affiled 1CJ0 - ( iib 1 ,io's,,'3 will
colved ntlliftoffinpof the ' mmlsrlon
C until 12 o'clock in MY for Inn
the District Government sii n th unm.
hundred (7,B00)dir lB r rlr.
fiscal yenrondlnjf June " ' 111 b 1
submit design unci "amti " .rln' v
proposo In furnish Tlie 1 u 1) n.i
the bast workmanlike mai 1 1 lo I 1
llM'redon Jnlyl, 1H0O Thi .miulss
icm'Ivo the right lo relent n 1 1 all ' I
J. W. DOUOI.AHS, I, , IHNF II M K"l
H1IT, Coinaltplont'TB of the District 01
umliia. nr" t
IJROPOSALS KOI! (IHAT11NO PENNH 7
nnla nventic extended Office 01 ' 1
CommlMlonors 1) C. WnMilngUm. 11
April 23, irro. t-i-nlGiI Tropoals will beir
lolvcd nt this ofllco nntll 12 o'clonk m 'i
FRIDAY, MAY 2, lfK), for grading and mi
structlng cnlvcrtK on Pennsylvania aim
extended. Blank form" of proposals ni I
Kpcclllcatlonscan ho obtained at thlsofii
upon application thc-rcfor, together witli a I
necessary Information, and bids on tH o
forms only will bo considered TlierU'u h
roservod to rojoct any and all bids 1 '
DOUGLASS, 1, O lilNE, II. M. ItOIH T 1
Commissioners 1). V.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms
505 D strcetnorlhwcst.
Washington, D. 1 .
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1218 II Btreet northwest.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
400 Fifth Street,
Wasiiinutuv, D i.
William 11. Webb.
Henry Randall Wobb,
John bldney Webb. feba7.djf.tt
321 and 323 41 st., Chnnneey Building. ..cir
Louisiana nvo., Washington, D. I
Practices In tho Courts of tho District nv 1 t
l'rluco George's County, Md, fc27 dA" t
T EON TOBRINER,
Washington. P. C. fc27 d&S if
Q 1 PHILLIPS. .7. G. ZAC1IRY.
O. F. D. MeKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZAC1IRY i MeKENNEY'.
Snn Bnllding, I' s'
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON,
foW-d&Btf 408 Fifth Street
1115 1' hlrcel. Blentber ofWaNhliiKlou
Molll Ibiciinilgo. All local Muck
uuil ttocurltlcN bniili( und Mold.
OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
LCIi U) Li
L0UIS1RNR 8TA1E LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho Loglslatnro for ednca
tlonul nnd oharltablo pnrpises. and its f ran
chlso made a pirt of thu present State Cou
stltution, In 1870, by an OTcnwuELMiNo r rr
Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS lake placo semi annually (June and
December), nnd Its GRAND SINGLE Nl'M
BER DRAWINGS tako placo in oach of tho
other tonmonttjs in tbo year, and nro all
drawn In public, at tha Academy of Music,
Now Orleans, La.
"We do hereby certify that wo Bnpervlo
the arrangements tor all tho Monthly and
Scml-Annual Drawings ot the Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., nnd In person ro,"'apn and a
troltbo drawings themselves, nnd that tho
samo nro condnotod with honesty, fairness
and In good faith toward all parties, and wn
ntitborfzo tbo Company to uso tnlsccrtlflrato,
v, ith fao similes of our signatures attached.
In Its advertisements."
Wo tbo undersigned, Banks and Bankers
will pity all prizes drawn In'. tho Louisiana
State Lotteries which may bo presented at
our countere." -v
it. 31. -WAXMStEY, Prcs. La. Nat. Bank.
1'. I.AXATJX. Fres. EtatoNat. Hank.
A. UAl-mvJJi, I'res. N. O. Nat. Dank.
CA1SL KOUN, Prcs. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tlko
place nt tho Academy of Music, New Or
lenns, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1800.
PiPiTii. nm, . .
VIUIIIUJ 1 1IIUU (fUUU)V
ICO.COO Tickets at Twenty Dollars: Halre,
$10; Quarters, S3; Tenths, S.';
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 PRIZE OF$300,000 Is $300,OfW
1 PRIZE OF 100,00013...., 10.1,000
1 PRIZE OF 60,0001s ,.... S0.00O
1PRIZEOF 23.C001 23,003
2PK1ZESOF lO.OOOare 20.PO.1
SPRIZESOF 5,000 aro 23,003
25PRIZESOF l.COOaro 23,003
100 PRIZES OP M0 are 30.001
2C0PIUZESOF MOOoro 00.003
K0PR1ZESOF 200aro 100,000
100 Prizes ot JWOaro ,... 59,000
100 Prizes of SCOaro , 3o,ooo
100 Prizes of 200 aro 20.000
OM Prizes of SIM aro 93.0JO
S'jO 1'rizes cf 100 are 93,000
S.131 Prizes, amounting to $l,05i,S0O
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
f3JTon Ctun Rates or any farther lufor
matlon dosircd wrlto loglbly to tho under
signed, clearly stating your rosldence, with
btato, County, Stieet and Number. Moro
rapid return mall doll very will bo assured bv
5 our Inclosing on envelope bearing your full
All ordinary letters containing Post.il
Notes, Money Ordors Issued by all Express
Companies or Now York Exchange,
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La,
Address Registered Letters containing cur
New Orleans national Bank,
Now Orleans, L.t,
"REMEMBER that tho naymont of Pil'es
Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATION U
BANKS of New Orleans, and tho tickets aro
signed by tho preldont of an Institution
whoso charteied lights aro recognlzod in tho
highest courts; therefore, beware of all Imita
tions or anonymous schemes,"
ONE DOLLAR Is tho prico of thesmnlVst
pai t or fraction of a ticket ISSUED BY lam
any drawing. Anything in onr name offered
for leg than a Dollar Is a swindle.
J AMES II McGILL.
'ion to Oil G street northwest
Port land Cement, Rosndalo dnitt.
King s Windsor Cement full cargoes a rh.
lug fretli cury week. Rolled Iron Bcam-i
and goiieial bulldlug Iron work. Enamel 1
Ilrhks, Tlio Drloks, tiro Clay. Pulp M 'rir
Ulaik, Paluts, Oils, Window Glass nn ' I'v
lelieil Plate Glass. Estimates for Wi' W
i.luss. Plato i.Uits, Iron Work and if -Building
Suppllusmadeat all times 1 1 ; ,
JAMBt. II M.i. If l
apir iin Dos to ono-' '
J. T. ASHFORD
Can bo found at lib 10th st 11. w. Sne' m 1
in Furniture; Mattrosses and Spring Beds
mado to order Furniture and Piituus '0
curviy packed and BllppeJ
Good W Ire Mattreos.. . !'! w
11. Pound Ualr JUattre.. .,-.$) W