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TOT WASHINGTON GBITia'wiJDNBISDAY EVENING, APBIX. 30, 1800.
GOSSIP OF THE SPORTS,
NEWS OF THE BALL FIELD, RACE
TRACK AND PRIZE RING.!
Continuing tho Trotting Mooting nt
llcnnlngsA ltlc Crowd ami flood
Jtnclnc Wnslilnpjton's V.nny Vic
tory The Mycrs-Hopper Mill.
Tho mooting of tho "Wnshlugton Driv
ing Club nt Ilcunlugs was continued
this afternoon under ns auspicious cir
cumstances ns tbo Initial mcotlnir. yes
tctdny. Tho wcatherwas all thatcould
Ijc desired and tho track was In excel
lent condition. Tho crowd was large
and enthusiastic and tho racing all that
could be desired, and showed a satisfac
tory Increase over that of yesterday.
There- were only two races on the card
to-day, both tiottlug, for horsos of tho
2:2t3 class. The entiles were first class
nnd the suoit all that could ho desired.
The following are the entries:
First race, 12:33 claps (purso $300) Lew
Vllmnn, Wllllamsport, l'n., oh. a, Chester
A.; 12. I!. Buckley, Philadelphia, Pa b. r.
ChancollorM.iO. F. Poddlcord, Wllmlng
ton, Ohio, g. m. Mlnulo Koone; F. E.
Clcmmonte, Cedar LaUa, Iowa, b. s. Gold
Dust l'rlncc; James Elliott, Philadelphia,
Fa.,hr. tn.Trixio; Jt. H. White, Hertford,
N. O., b. m. JIary Splllmani V. S. Burk,
Chester, Pa., bile. e. Charley Allen; Wash.
Woodruff, Philadelphia, Pa., Barney C;
Jtlco it Jobo, Baltimore, Md., b. g. JTau
rlco H.', A llllain llopps, Baltimore, Md., b.
b. Patrician; John E. Turner, AmblorPark,
Pa., g. m. AbbloV;
Second race, 3 :23 class (purso, $500) 0.
F. Pcddlcord, Wilmington. Ohio, b. m.
KllaCIay; Macuolla Stock Farm, Klmira,
N. Y., r. m. Mnmto Wood; C. W.Bmlth,
AV'arrcnton, Vu., ch. g. Friday; Orlolo
Stablci, Baltimore, Md., g. g. Charley C;
James Elliot, Phlladclpnla, l'n.. b, m. Aline;
John E. Turner, Ambler Park, Pa., If. s.
There was an unfortunate contretemps
nt yesterday's meeting In the pacers'
race. Green, who drovo Victor, did it
so unsatisfactorily that tho judges took
him out of tho sulky lu tho seventh
hent and put borrow In. But tho
change did not amount to anything and
Dick C. won tho heat and race, Victor
getting second place.
The meeting of tho Dumblano nuut
Club commences to-morrow at Ivy City,
and from tho character of the entries
nnd tho interest that is taken in this
popular club's meetings It will bo tho
social event of tho season. Thcro will
he five races to-morrow, including a
steeplechase and a hurdlo race. The
Marine baud has been engaged for tho
Tho "Washington Club yesterday de
feated the Jersey City team for tho .sec
ond time, or rather it was presented
with the game by that oreanlzatlon
through its numerous and cosily errors.
It outuattcd tho local team, two to one,
but its hits were so scattered, and tho
llehling of the Washlngtons so sharp,
that the heavy batting did not amount
to anything. Tho "Washlngtons played
a spliitcd game, taking advantage of
every hit and error, while tho visitors
played liko amalures, and it was only
towards tho last of tho game that they
made any clToit to pull down the long
lead. Burdock especially played a care
less came, and tho defeat is duo in a
great measure to tho bad oxample ho set.
Gleason nnd Hill did some excellent
playing in tho Held and O'Brien and
3Ialoney at tho bat. Umpire Corcoran
very properly fined Roussy, who, when
ho was put out, persisted in running up
and down tbo base line and confusing
the players ot both sides, who thought
he was the base-runner. His little trick
did not succeed, and It cost him a saw
buck for indulging in it.
To-day the strong "Worcester Club
will play here heginuing the last series
on the homo grounds before the team
goes away on its first trip. Stafford
nnd "Wilson will be the battery for tho
visitors nnd McCoy and Kiddle for tho
Washlngtons. it will also bo ladies
day, and ladies will bo admitted free.
Tho game ought to he an interesting
one, for tho Worcesters arc the cham
pions of the Association and arc playing
An importnnt meeting of tho Atlantic
Association was held in Philadelphia to
consider tho question of paying tho
fees for protection under the national
agreement. The Association adopted a
resolution asking a meeting of tho
board of arbitration to decide she cases
of Pit, and Pcllit. Messrs. Shoemaker,
Burnham and Ilcwctt were appointed
to lay this matter before Secretary
Young. Tho action of the Association
would indicato that it does not bolicvc
it is securing tbo protection it is entitled
to, and that unless it gets justice it will
kick over tho traces. Unless tho $2,000
is paid by to-morrow the clubs will lose
tho privilege of reservation. Still, it is
lighting for a principlo, andsoonorthan
lose such an Important league tho
national agreement clubs will undoubt
edly recede from tbo position they have
taken and allow tho Atlantic Associa
tion to retain the two men to whose
services it believes Itself justly en
titled. . Here Is a suggestive comparison: At
tendance at tho Players' Lc.ieue games,
0,207; National l.eaguo, 10,752. How
long will it last?
The Pittsburg Players' club has re
duced its admission totwetuy-fivc cents,
and yet only 700 peoplo took advantase
of it. In a city that is tho hot bed of
trades unionism, and where It was ex
pected the working men would rally to
tho suppoit of the "oppressed" players,
it seems strange that that club should
he the first to weaken. And yet it is
only a question of time when the other
clubs will do tbo same. "Ward's team
in Brooklyn Is not drawing flics, yet It
is tho only club that is doing anything
nt all, and even it is not drawing sulll
cientiy to pay its high-priced team.
Veilly, tho Flayeis' Leaguo at tho very
outset of its career has fallen upon ovfl
times, and tho day of Its annihilation
cannot he much longer postponed.
The Myers Hopper ten-round glove
contest will take place in Alexandria
to night. All tho arrangements havo
been completed and tho "go" promises
to bo n lively one. Jack Hopper has been
training dally for some weeks and Is hi
excellent condition, whllo Myers Is In
good trim, having been In training for
his light with Boweu, which comes off
ono week from to-day In Now Orleans.
To night's contest will be with small
gloves and both men will undoubtedly
do their best. Hopper's friends in this
city aru confident of his ability to stand
in front of Myors for tho allotted num
ber of rounds and make n game light of
it. Tho train will leave tho Sixth Street
Station at 8 o'clock, lotuining at 10:80
o'clock. Manager Cheney has offered
4-2o to any boxer "whom Ed. Myers or
Link Popo cannot host in four rounds,
conceding ten pounds In weight, As
thtio aro a uumbcr of local men who
have nbumhint confidence in them
pelvi'S, there ought to .ho sufllcient spoil
outside of tho 'big mill to mako tho
evening an entertaining ono to those
who liko that kind of sport.
At Jimmj Mitchell's benefit nt Phil
iidelnhia last night, tho beneficiary
knocked out Jack Hauluy In thu first
The local fluhters nro keeping very
iiiilct. lluldy has not yot Issued his
contemplated challenco to Norihedgo,
nor has McMillan made another effoit
to get a match on with tho victor of last
week's mill. Tho hackers of Young
nnd Ficldon have not been able to ar
range a fight between those two, nor is
it likely thoy will, so the only fight in
prospect for the near future is that be
tween tho Pearl and Murgon, which
comes off four weeks from to-morrow.
AN INTEMISriNG JtUt'OltT,
Major 1'owolJ 8ct 1'nrtli Interesting
JJntn Regarding. Irrigation.
Major Powell, Director of tho
Geological Survey, in his (list annual re
port of the oporntions of tho Irrigation
Survey, just mado public, presents n
brief history of tho origlu of tbo survoy
and a meat deal of interesting data
about this great work, which Is only
Tho area of tho arid region, tho report-
states, is about l.oOO.OOO square
miles, ono-thlrd, of tho entire country.
Of this area thcro. can bo economically
reclaimed by irrigation within tho pres
ent generation at least 150,000 square
miles, an empire ono-hnlf as largo as
tho entire area now cultivated in tho
United Slates. Iirigatcd, this land
would bo worth not less than $.10 nn
acre, adding $2,880,000,000 to tho wealth
of tho nation.
Tho topographic work consisted of
surveys delineating tho topographic fea
tures of the country, tho areas of nil
drainage basins, tbo'courses ot streams,
the situation of lakes, springs and other
bodies of water; tho positions of posslblo
reservoir sites, tho location of dams and
cnnnl Hues, nnd the altitude, position
nnd gcneial character of all Inigablo
Tbo hydraulic and engineering work
consisted of the measurements of rain-,
fall and the study of genera meteor
ology; measurement of rlver-llow,
ovaporatlon.and matter carried in sus
pension by water; tho ascertainment of
tho duty of water, and the determina
tion of tho modo and cost of construc
tion of dams and cauals and of the
nreas and contents of reservoirs.
ma iikn i.i: ruviii:
'ililnlts Farmers Ciiulil JHnlie. Monny
. IT Tlioj-M-ainniiKO Hotter.
l''iom the Xew York Star.
Among a number of Ohio statesmen I
found tho other evening General Ben
Lo Fevrc, who spent about ten years in
Congress and was tho devoted friend of
tho lato Samuel J. IJandall. Ho also
took the distinguished Pcunsvlvanlan's
view of economic questions, "and voted
for protection whenever the opportunity
offered. Tho subject of tho condition
of our neileullural Interests was being
discussed when General Le Fcvro said:
"1 don't take much stock in this con
stant talk about tho povcity of tho
fanners. There arc other interests In
this countiy that need attention quite as
much. The fact is that one of tbo
troubles with tho husbandmen of this
country Is that they over-farm. Instead
of cultivating a few acres of land well
they want to half till a very large acre
age. I havo a farm near Ciiclcvillo,
Ohio, nnd mako money off it every
year, and 1 have constantly pursued
the policy of renting to mv tenants
small tiaet, and then seo "that they
cultivate them to tho limit. One of the
most serious difficulties is that tho
young peoplo who are raised in an
agriculture community want to livo be
yond their means and put on a stylo
that tho average farm cannot carry, nnd
it is very difficult any longer to get nu
Aincilcan boy who is willing either lo
till the soil or learn a trade. He wants
to dress at tho lop of tho fashion, and
then go visiting. Of course, wo havo
some evils which affect the farmer to
his detriment; but the laws nrc less to
blamo lor tho present depression than
many other things, which the agri
culturist himself can remedy.
Tho Passing or Ilnlsteari,
l''iom the St. Louis UtimbHe.
The Jlepublic has been trying hard
to doubt the rcpoits of the rupture
between Murnt Ilalstcad and the stock
holders of tho Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette, but there seems to be no longer
room for doubt. The stockholders have
made Mr. Ilalstcad a scapegoat for tho
sins of his party in the Ohio campaign
of forgery. Ho has gone. Cincinnati
journalism will know him no mo'io.
His trenchant shriek of exacerbated
partisanship will no more be heard, far
forwaid, rallying the stalwarts of Ohio
to tho onset. Tho gray goose quills
which winged the shafts he hurled, as
If they were levin bolts from tbo red
right hand of a far-thundering Zeus,
will bo left to draggling decay in the
puddles of Ohio politics. For Ilalstcad
has gone gone East where all is
effete, prosaic and commonplace.
Hair on tlio I'rco Lint,'
Fiom the St. J'tiul rioneir I'rtss.
"Who is tho woman in tho case? Her
name is at picsent withheld from tho
public, but she lives in "Wisconsin. In
huirlcdly leaving Germany she inad
vertently left her hair on the dressing
case, sent over for it by the next steamer,
and was obliged to pay a heavy duty on
tho same. Hence tho appearance of her
fine Italian hand in tho new tariff bill
now before Congress, in which human
hair Is relegated to tho free list.
Fiom the St, Louis fiepiilillc.
President Hnirlsou has not yet made
public answer to tho letter n which
Henry C. Lea, the well-known Phila
delphia publisher, asks him why ho
tdlows his administration to bo con
trolled by Quay, nor" has ho offered any
cvldcnccto explain tho hushing up of
tho scandal In which Quay was in
volved as treasurer of Pennsylvania.
Like most other Ttepubllcans, Blr. liar
lison nrofers to talk abouf'somo other
treasury, when the Pennsylvania State
treasury is mentioned.
Not Up In the Favorite Argument,
Fiom the Jloiton Tiinscrlit.
Some carpet manufacturers of Phila
delphia told tho House Commlttco on
Ways and Means that the proposed In
crease of tho duty on carpet wools
would mako tho raw material for In
grain carpet cost more than tho carpets
now sold for in tho open market. Thcs'o
manufacturers havo yet to bo inducted
into tho philosophy of this stylo of leg
islation, that "tho higher the duty tho
lower will bo the price to consumers."
Families now can get l'ortuer's Bock
Boer. Telephone No. 7SS-U. Older It.
Delivered all pails of tho city.
Still un Imimrtaiit limtlttitlnu,
tiomtht Si. iulJ'loneerl'iefS,
Andrew Carncgio is astute iu some
things, particularly thoso relating to
finance, but he errs sadly In his claim
that college graduates havo been, as a
class, of llttlo importance to this coun
try. As recruiting stations for deci
mated baseball clubs, tho Importance
of American colleges cannot bo ovoi
Vuinlllcs now can got l'ortuer's Bock
Beer. Tclelihono No. 78S-0. Order It,
Delivered all parts of the pity.
rntlfi-Htiimla tlio situation,
, wi the J'fUiultliMg 1'ms. '
Distilct Attorney Fellows of Now
Yoik is gladdening the hearts of tho
old ciowd of Bundle Aldermen by pro
( tiling tho dismissal of :tliu indictments
nunlnst thqm FcJlowa.eyldcu.tly knows
what ho was elected for.
Drink Hobeit l'ortuer's Bock Beer.
AN OLO rmKMAN's vinws.
Suggestion ns to Savins T,lfo nt rirea
Tho sad catastrophe which occurred
In "Washington on tho Morning of Feb
ruary 3, by which three lives wore lost
and two escaped with sovoro injuries,
suggests" thd Idea that If firo escnpos bad
been on tho building ono llfo would
lint 6 probably1 boc'n saved and two
others might havo escaped unharmed,
says William Duncan in tho Detroit
Free J'rcss. From a statement pub
lished In ourriaporsltmlghtbo inferred
that Miss Tracy, whilo groping her
way through tlio ball, reached tho head
of tho stalls, whence flho encountered a
denser volumo of smoko coming up
wards, which suffocated and caused her
to fall to tho floor. Had thcro becnlro
escapes on the house it Is very likely sho
would havo attempted to reach ono and
would probably havo been successful,
as tho further sho went from tho main
stniiway tho less oppressive would havo
been tho smoke.
It is rarely that a flno residence is
burned, but when a flro does occur It
ncaily always Ignites In tho basement
or first iloor; then, If it gains headway,
it pours into tho stairways and halls,
ns there is always n draft In them, nnd
the inmates first seek that way of es
cape. In view of the foregoing, I would
suggest that tho owners of costly homes
place fire-escapes upon them. If made
ornamental and put on tho sides or rear
they would in no way detract from tho
appearance of the building.
Tho residents of cities should always"
remember that if their lives are en
dangered In their homes by flro speedy
relief will soon reach them, for the effi
ciency of tho firo departments in our
cities enables tho members to reach a firo
with their appliances and get into serv
ice in from three to flvo minutes after
an alarm Is given, which Is amnio tlmo
in 90 cases in 100 to save tho lives of
the Inmates of a burning building, If
thoy can bo reached. If a person is
aroused nt night by tho smell of smoko
or cry of flro in a burning building and
finds breathing difficult by reason of
tho former, if the firo is not in tho samo
room, ho may readily conclude that it
is much thicker in the halls and stair
ways, and lo attempt to escape by them
would be hazardous, and might bo at
tended with fatal results.
The safest way wouldio to go to tlio
nearest wlndoWi open It (this would
givo fresh air), and continue to shout
jouuiy ror lioip until it comes. Somo
minutes would ' clnpso, which would
seem an age, and occasion terrible anx
iety of mind, f6r it would bo death if
peisons thus cndangcicd remained in
tho building, and almost as sure death
if they jumped to tho ground. It
would be almost certain that tho fire
men, with their clear, cool heads and
rapidity of action, would como to their
It would not bo wise to leap from a
window, unless the fire had approached
so near as to ignlto tho clothing, for In
almost every case it i3 attended with
somo Injuries or loss of life.
1 know from personal knowledge that
any ono finding himself In a burning
building, in a suffocating smoke, had
better get down on his hands and knees
and crawl to the nearest door or window
than remain upright, for tho smoko is
much less dense near tho lloor than flvo
or six feet above.
It would ho a wise precaution If
every woman in city nnd country would
have In her bed-room at all times,
within easy reach, a thick woolen
t bawl or cloak. It might bo used in
case of firo by throwing over the head
and securing it tightly nround the body,
and if she hnd an infant child, inclose
It within the shawl. Tho benefit would
be that the woolen garment would not
ignite ns readily as cotton, nnd in tbo
time gained tlicir lives might be saved,
and ono might rush through a mod
crato llame without being burned to
death. Men sometimes might save
their lives under the samo circum
stances if they would put on n hat,
draw it well down over the face, and
put on a coat and button It up tight.
Tho promptness of firemen In rescu
ing people whoso lives aro endangered
docs not lessen the necessity of fire es
capes, for when placed on dwellings the
inmates, knowing their location, would,
in caso of fire, rush to them for safety,
unless tbo passages were too full of
smoke, when thoy should go to the
nearest window, from which they could
I believe tho officials of fire depart
ments will sustain the recommendations
that arc hero made with reference to fir
.escapes and the manner in which people
can help themselves In case of fire, and
also indorse what T have claimed that
firemen can do in tho way of saving life
when endangered by tho samo clement.
Tho writer has well studied this sub
ject. The conclusions reached are drawn
f i om an experience acquired in serving
as nu nctivc fireman of tho old volunteer
lire department of this city for twenty
Ileiiuty lo Not Imparted by the ltet
perfumery, but least of all plain women
f-noum lorcgo tno nuuring ciiann
Atkinson's Extracts or Sachets.
Known by Jt l"rllll,
fiom the Atlanta t'oiittttutlnn.
Tho ballot-box forgciy has dono Its
pei feqt-woijk. Foraker is deader than
if he had died with somo disease, and
Mr. Murnt Ilalstcad, tho great Field
Marshal of Ohio politics, is modestly
editing a gentle Brooklyn paper.
(iettliic (inn nt tlio White Home.
"What is Ihe news in tho paper this
morning, ray dear,?" asked the Presi
dent. " Von aro laid up with the influenza."
llcnlly? I'm very sorry to hoar It."
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cures more headaches, especially such m af
fect Nervous Womou, than auythlns I am
acquainted with, aud It this certificate will
be thu means of unnKlnglt to tho favoroblo
attention of sufferers from that trouble, I
shall fcol that I lmvo done them a service.
L. K. BUOWN,
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Tim iikvj:noi3 maiiinb sbhvjck
An Kxperlenreil Sen Captain Tells or
lt DimcnltleH unit Dnncors.
J'cm the Xew York Star.
Captain Job E. Gricrson ought to
know something about nmrlttmo affairs,
For over forty yoais, twcnty-slx of thorn
ns commander of n ship, ho has sailed
tbo ocean. Talking, a fow days since,
on tho steamship Nevada, ho said:
"I seo Congress is dobatlng nbout
trausfurilng tho rovenuo cutter service
fiom the Treasury to tho Navy Depart
ment ; but I don't think It will bo done.
Tho general public Knows very llttlo
about the revenuo cutter marine.
"Tho officers in this service aro slm-
what aro called in England, smug
gling officers. Thoy nro to aid tho
Trccsuiy Department in tbo collection
of the lovenuo. Tho service consists of
about thltty-slx vessels, somo of which
arc very small. I think thcro aro thirty
six of them now, that thoy call vossofs,
commanded by n lieutenant or somo
other commanding officer. Thoy aro
merely local boats in their character
and action. Thoy aro confined to cer
tain ports, tho men being familiar with
tho localities wherein thqy oporatc.
Somo few of theso vessels aro sent from
plaro to place. For instance, tho Grant,
tho leading ship, is sometimes sent
along tho whole coast to Inspect and ex
amino into tho service. But tbo work
of each vessel is mainly local In charac
ter, and tho duties performed aru largely
connected with tho coast. Thoy rarely
ever go outside fifty miles.
"In tho ordinary cruiso a revenue
lnniino vessel would never go beyond
that distance excopt In case of war,
when they aro liable to ho transferred
to active service, and when thoy aro so
transferred they aro officered by men
raised to tho business, not educated like
naval olllcets, but raised to perform
that particular service. When trans
ferred, I believe," continued the cap
tain, "they have a school in Now Lon
don, Conn., whero officers arc trained
for the revenue marine, and they ought
to bo well trained, for their service is far
more dangerous nnd valuable than that
of tho navy in tlmo of pcaco. They arc
in continual warfare with the elements,
and the history of tho revenuo marine
is onc-of the most valuable, ono of tho
most Interesting and one of tho most
dangerous In this country. They savo
wrecks, they go winter or summer, In
storm or sunshine, and wheu a storm
races thoy nro'scnt out to protect llfo.
Tlley frequently make a rescue as val
uable as does tho LlfcSavlng Service.
"The very character of the work has
rendered the officers of the rovenuo
maiinc and tho seamen engaged in it
tno very nest coast guaru iu tno world.
The most arduous duty that a seaman
is ever called upon to perform is upon
tho coast near tlio breakers, near tho
reefs and shoals, which it requires skill
and watchfulness and seamanship to
avoid. Tho seaman who seeks tho
safest place known to bis profession
sails on tbo high seas, in mld-odean,
thereby avoiding the dangers which
aro everywhere near tho coast. So
from the very necessity of the case, the"
officers nnd sailors of this service have
becomo most skillful seamen and thu
most experienced of coast pilots."
What n Dunce!
I suffered with fever, hot head and foul
With stomach disordered was sick unto
I bore it a week surely I was a dunce
Then I took a few, "Pellets" thoy cured
mo at once.
What a duueo, indeed, to neglect such a
remedy and suffer a week, when quick ro
llef could have been found In Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Furgatlvo Pellets.
. What Bocl Beer Is tho best In Washing
ton? Of course Itobert Fortncr'j Bock.
The Travelers guide.
Arrival of ltatlroiul Trains In YViihIi
Arilvnls nt 11. and 1'. Station.
From Boston 10:15 a. m. dally.
From New York and I'hlladelphla 4:10, 8 00,
10.4.'. a. m.. 1.42, B.15, 3.10. 8.40 (limited) 0.25,
and 10.85 p. m. dally. 1.42, 8.15, and 8.30
p. m. dally oxcept Sunday.
Fiom Baltimore 4.10, C.30, 8.00, 8.45, 10.45
a. m., 2.15, 2.25,3.10,6.55. 0 50, 8.80. 8.40, 0.85,
and 10 35 p. m. dally. At 8 35, 8.55, 11.40 a.
ra 1.42, 3.50, 0.40,8.15, p.m. dally oxcept
From Annapolis 8.00, 9,55 a. m., 1.42, 5.55, 8.80
p. m. On Sundays, 5.55 p. m.
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and Ilar-
rlsbure lially 8.45 a. m. and 5.55 p. m. dally
From I'opo's Creek Lino 8.35 a m and 5.5
p m, daily, oxcept Sunday.
From Klchmond and the South 11.24 a in
10.50 and ll.OO.p m dally, S.30,p m, dally, ox
From Chicago and Pittsburg 0.30, 8.45 am,
2.25, 5.55, 8.15 p m. All dally.
From St. Louis 0.30 a m and 2.Q5 p m, dally.
From Alcxandrla-0.53, 8.80, 0.30, 10.45, 11.84,
am, 8.50, 5.30, 0.30, 7.10, 7.25, 9.40, W10,
10.50, 11.00 p m dally. At 0.25. 7.25, 8.80,
10.23, 10.35 a m, 1.40, 3.00, 3.80, 10.40. 11.25 p
in. dally, except Sunday. Ou Sunday only
at 2.20 pm.
Tiom Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis,
via Chesapeake and Ohio route 8.30 a. m.
dally; from Cincinnati and St. Louis ("1?.
V. V, Special") at 2.50 p. m. dally.
Local train on C. and O. from Virginia
Springs 7.13 p. m. oxcont Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3-35 and 10.50 n.m. dallv.
From New Orleans, Montgomery, .Birming
ham, Atlanta, ltalelgh, Lynchburg C.53 a.
m. and 7. 10 p. m. dally.
rrom Memphis, New Orleans. Montgomery,
Nashville, Bristol and Lynchburg 10.15 a.
m. and 10.40 p. m. dally.
From Clmrlottosvlllo and Way 2.53 p. m.
From Manassas, Strashurg and Way 10.23 a.
m. and 10.45 p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Leeshurg, Round lllll and Folnts on V,
& o. it. it 8.80 arm. dally, a p.m. dally,
Arrivals at It, and O. Station.
From Now 1 orK S.40 a. m., 3.40, 8.00,9.20,
11.20 p. in. dally, 5 p. m. dally, oxcept
11 om rhlladelphla-18.104.22.168a. in., 2.40, 8,00,
0.20, 11.20 p. m. dally; 5.00 p. m. daily ex
From Baltimore 8.05. 8.40, 9.55, 10.20. 11.05 a.
m., 12.45,2.40,3.00, 5.20, 6.80, 7.45,8.00,8.30,
9.20, 11.10, 11.20, 12.15, dally, 0.30, 7.30, 8.30,
8.60. a.m., l.fO, 4.80, 5.00, 7.05, p. m. dally
except Sunday. On Sunday only at 2 20
From ChlcnSo and Columbus 11.45 a. in and
4.05 p.m. dally.
From Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville
3.50 u. m. and 2 p. m. dally.
Fiom Pittsburg and Cleveland 7.10 a. m aud
fc.50 p. m. dally.
From Beer Park and Oaklaud 3.50, 11.45 a.
in. and 4.05 p. m. dally.
From Lexington, Winchester and Virginia
Valley 0.80 a. in. and 3 p. ra. dally, oxcept
From lTcdcrtck-8.25 a. m. daily, 1.50, 3, 0.W,
7.SO p. m. dally, oxcont Sunday.
From llagorstown 8.25 a. m. dally, 9 30 a. m.
and 1.50 mid 0.50 p. m. daily, oxcept Sun
day. From Washington Junction and Way 3.45,
7.10, 8.25. 11. 15 a. m., 1.50, 3, 4.05. 0.50 p. m
dally; 9.30 a. in. nnd 7.80 p. m. daily, oxcopt
Fiom Boyd's and Way 8.01, 030 a.m., 3,
0.50 p.m. dally; 8.20 a.m. ami 7 80 p in.
daily, oxcept Sunday.
From (Jalthershurg and Way 7 10, 8.25 a. in.,
3, 0.50, 10.85 p. in. dally; 7.20, 8.80, 0.30, 11.80
a. m., 4, 7.30 p in. dally, oxcept Sunday. On
Sunday only, 10.25a in. aud 8 p. in,
From Annapolis 10.80 a. m. dally; 8.30 a.m.
and 1.50, 5.80, 7.45 p. m. dally, except Sun
day. On Sundav onlv at. fl.sn n. m.
1 IIS V Mrvct. Jlomlier or IVasliliiglmi
Modi Kxt'liHUKv. All local HtocUk
nml hucurllicN ImiiKlit nml oIil.
CO.MMISSIONIJK OV DUIIDS,
. States and Terrltorios, 458 La. ave., opn
Save Your Hair
Dr a timely mo of Aycr's llnlr Vigor.
J- Tins preparot, n has no equal as a
dressing. It keeps 'in scalp clran, cool,
and healthy, nnd pusorvos tho color,
fullnei, nnd beauty ot ho hair.
" I was rapidly beco- ling bald and
gray hut after udng two or three
bottles ot Aycr's llnlr Vifior my hulr
grew thick and glossy and tho orhjlnnl
color was rcstoied." Mclvln Aldrich,
Canaan Centre, N. II.
" Somo time ago I lost nil my hair In
consequence -of measles. After duo
waiting, no new growth nppeared. I
then used Aycr's Hulr Vigor and my
Thick and Strong.
It has apparently como to stay. The
Vigor Is evidently n ptreat aid to nature."
J. B, Williams, Florosvillo, Toxas.
'I havo used Aycr's nalr Vigor for
tho past four or livo years nnd find it a
most satlstnctory dressing for tho hair.
It is all 1 could desho, being harmless,
causing tho hair to retain its nntural
color, and requiring hut a small quantity
to render tho hair easy to nrrnngo."
Mrs. Jf. A. Bailey, 0 Charles street,
" I havo been using Aycr's nalr Vigor
for several years, and believe that it has
caused my hair to retain' its natural
color." Mrs. H. J. King, Dealer in
Dry Ooods, &c, Blshopville, Jtd.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by Drugglataoud l'crfumeri.
For building purpocs. for sale by
JAMES II. McOILL,
Dealer In Building Supplies,
ap!C-2w 908 to OH O st. n. w.
-s-' Foimcrly Washington Inn,
Will open about MAY 1, 1890, for dally and
monthly boarders; also for tho convenience
of thoso who aro driving.
Luncheon and suppers served on a mo
Driving parties must positively havo card3
of admission. Apply to
JAMES R. KEENAN,
'ROCHDALE CO-OP. SOCIETY OF THE
DIST. OF COL.
Members of this society nro informod that
the new Trade Cards (and Lists), Improvod
and extended, are now leady for Issue.
.iiemncis win return tnooia (green) cara,
with tholr address written acrois tho face,
to any of thoso named below and obtain tho
new on payment of tho proper fee. Thcro
being over -l,C0O members who should obtain
tho now caid beforo April 80th Instant
promptness is advisable The old caidliof
no lictiejit after April 30.
.1. W. nARSUA. Secretary.
005 list, Cash Room, Treasury Dept, and
at 705 15th st, at noon and at 4 o'clock p. m.
A. T. Longlcy.prcst.SOO A st n e, Agr'l Dept.
Smith Thompson, V. P., lb2D Fnw, A. G.
O., War Dept.
L. Vanderhoef, 031 French st, Bureau of
S. C. Fawcctt, C03 Mass avo n o, Ith And.
J. E. McCnhc. 223d st n e, r. O. Dept.
II. W. Smith, 710 B st s w, Q. M. O. O.
L. F. Hunt, l'0 S st n w. Cth Aud. Office
L. E. Grldley, 7C0 L st n w.Rog. Oftlco
John Morrleon. 415 R st n w, rcn.OfflCO.
Dr. Jos Jouy, 2818 Pa avo n w, S. o. O.
John Finn, 5)8 23d st n w, A. O. O.
C. B. faayer, burgeon General's Office
Edward Saxton, 22511st n e, Govt. Print
J. C. Blown, Tth Bt and R. I. avo (Drug
I). M.Davis, 1C13 19th st n w, Bu. Eng. and
Oliver Dufour, Cashier's Room, City Post
office. John n. Jones. 1520 Cth st n w, Signal Office
Dr. E. L. Corbln, Second Auditor's Office
J.M.Andrus, 1510 Columbia st, G. L. O.,
J. F. Page, 1210 F st n w (Grocer).
F. J. Young, 340 Spruce st, Sty. 1)1 v, Ticasy.
W. n. Womerslcy, 1780 II st nw, Oftlco
Rev. Mar., Treas.
Fiank Sibley. 05 15th st n w. Cigar Store.
By order-ot the exeetlvo commlttco
npU.lrn J. W. HARSHA. Secretary.
ICE ICE. - ICE.
Propose to furnish their patrons tho coming
season with the
BEST QUALITY 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 cheerfully furnished nt tho office of
tho company, 12th st. and Pa. avo. n. w.
YELLOW WAGONS MARKED
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
CAPITAL S1,000,000. TEMPORARY OFFICES.
ICOirstnw, previous to the erection of
tho company's building, corner 9th and F
sts n w.
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans,
guaranteed by tho company, forsalo. In
terest paid. Call on or correspond with us
W. B. ROBISON, See B. H. WARNER, Pros.
Charles B. Bailey, fieorgo F. Schafcr,
James L. Barbour, Thomas Somervlllo,
George K. Bartol, John A. Swope,
Richard W. Clay, J. 8. Swormstedt,
Borneo S. Cumroings, Hattersloy W. Talbott
J. J. Darlington, Goorgo Truosdell,
John Joy Edson. II. n. Warnor,
Charles J. Faulkner, A. A. Wilson,
Albeit F. Fox, L.D.WIno.i
O. C. Green, S. W. Woodward,
William U.Guiley, Chas. Ben. Wllkluson,
John B. Lamer, A. S. Worthlngton.
KEP'LADIESl LADIES! LADIES1
K' Mrs. Nccaffcrty Is tho only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer in the city. Call
and bco her new shapes. Bleaching and
iressliig. Straw and felt hats altered to the
atcst styles. Orders promptly attended to.
1009 G stroot n. w.
1410 renna. ave., opposlto Wlllard'a notol,
Thonsnnds from far and near visit Dr. White
for roller from and avolduneo of corns, bun
Ions, diseased nails and all othor foot
troublos. nours. 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.; Sun
days. 9 to 12. Established 1801. Fee. II.
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
mado bv ono of tho most coiourateu
cutters In America! Prices samo as those
third-rate cutters chargo. P. T. HALL, 908 F
W ANTKDIl KI.P.
Adttrtlsanentt under thlt head, fourlintior
est, 25 etnU for one Intertlon; 50 cents for three.
WANTED-A BOY WITH EXPERIENCE
to run pross. Call after 5 o'clock at
031 F st n w. W. O. F. URANUOX. RtrtOjlt
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
diess, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; references given. Apply 1819 N II av.
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR OKN
oi al housework In a small family,
man, wlfo nnd boy 8 years old; Gorm.iu pre
ferred; to tho light party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
AN AIli.E ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Llghtnlng-rod- or Book Agent, or
Reporter, of great savolr faire, for llturary
woik. Large salary, Wrlto London & Hart
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
WANTED - A PLAINLY-FURNISHED
room In tho northeast part of olty
whero there will be no objection to light
houi-ekcopliig. Address D. P- It-, thlsoulctf.
Advertisements under this head, fmr lines or
less, iScents for one Insertions: 50 cents for three.
TIC1I. RARE AND
1 Ington Edition ot
Cun d's Realm '. a
uewmalrlmoulal paper. Will appear May 10
next. I.ilUch' personals Insetted free.
Gents' 25 cents per lino of eight word. Sin
gle copies 10 cents (sliver). Address FRANIC
R. bTK W A RT, llo 4 10, Cl t y P, O. a WS 3t
vrow is TnE time, we
WILL PAY I
"blc monev" for cents' Hrst-ohm seo- I
ond-haml clothing. Addross or call at .
JUST1PS OLD STAND, 019 D st. n. w. '
J AMES II Mc-GILL.
90S to Oil G stiect northwest.
Portland Cement, Rosendalo Cement,
King's Windsor Cement-full cargoes arriv
ing ftesh ovcry week. Rolled lion Beams
and Kcncinl building Iron work, Ennmolod
Pricks, Firo Brinks, I'll o Clay, Pulp Jloitir
Black, Pnlnts. Oils, Wludow Glass aud Pol
lulled Plato Glnbs, I-Mlmates for Window
Glass. Plato Glass, Iron Work and other
Building Suppllosmudeat nil times promptly.
JAMES H. MUIII.U
apU-lm 90S to U11 U st n w.
rait SAI.K IIOCSKS.
AUrtr'Urmenti under thi$ luait, four Hnti or
lot, n eente for ont ttutr'ton M centtfor thru.
TTOIt SAI.n-A lHRflUN IF 80U) AT
J' onco; 2 story Bml ba-emnnt brlok homo;
7 moms and bntfi; all mod Imps; situated at
Ho. 4.10 I ft n w, price tl.TflO: terms ono-thlrd
muli, Imlniico l, '2 and 3 years. Apnly
to FltAWCIH lUTiTV, 1'IQl Put n W. foW-110
TTOIt HAt.E-lN ALEKAND1UA, OdtOOM
J1 fiamo house, Jut flnlihlnRi nydrantln
yardt lot 10x115; fnne homoj prloo, gsoo. Ap
ply to nOIIKKT J. TUO-MAa, Itooui No. a, 0i3
irtllt HAI.E-FKAMK 1IOBSB BOO IN 55
I1 foot alley, hot nth and 10th and O and II
hiss w; 7 rooms; halt on both floors; closets
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent Invot
mont; lot 81) foot front by lH doop, 49 foot
from 0th St. Apply within.
J70H HAI.K-TI1IIKE OF THE CHEAPEST
' houses In Washlnston, 100. 108 and 110
11th st n c; two-story and baemcnt, brown
stono trimmings; 7 rooms and hath; oloctrlo
bells and gas; price, S3,lj00 each, SaOO cash
balanre to sntt or trade for Rood lots.
Ad ve rt It cmentt under (hit head, four llnt or
las, 85 ccntt for on iMcrllon,' 50 emit for three.
l701RIavonw.l7rs S300 00
1413 Mass avo, 17 rs and stable 800 00
1411 k st n w, 13 rs 200 00
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs 175 00
llthstox., 15 rs 150 00
l?MRtnw,15r 150 00
lcooicthstnw.llrs 125 00
180811st nw, 18 r 115 00
1737 Qstnw, Urn 100 00
1400 chapln st n w, 13 r 100 oo
1742 I'stn w,12rs 100 00
7014 21st nw. 14 rs 100 00
2 Lafayette Snuaro, 15 rs
018 K st n W, lb rs 83 3)
E02E stnw.llrs 75 00
1402 chapln st n w, 12 rs ,..,...,.. 75 oo
1513 o st n w. 11 rs C5 00
942 NY avo, 10 rs C5 00
OlSNYave, 14 rs 00 00
1101 N II avc, 10 r H 00
1404 Stoughton st, 9rs 55 00
1400 Rtoughton st, D rs 55 00
1750TstnW, 10rs.. 5500
1011 Riggs Place, 9 rs 52 50
Pst, nearSlst,7rs 50 00
U0i2istetnw.8 rs 50 oo
l!4017thstn w,7 rs 45 00
1504 S st n w, 0 rs 45 00
1C19 Corcoran stnw, 9 rs 40 00
8032Gstn w.io rs 40 00
1909 7th stnw, strand dwg 35 oo
milstnw, 8rs 35 00
290GQ8tnw,2rs 33 33
915Estsw. Ors 23 50
0l7Estsw.Crs 23 50
1354 4 Bt s w. 0 rs 18 00
Tho above housos can bo examined by per
mit from our oftlco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER CO.,
18.MF.st. n. W.
FOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
room framo housos, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and pnbllo school In
Unlontown. Inquire ot A.BEUHEND,433n
st n w
J-Olt KENT KOOMS.
Advertltcmenti under this head, fourllnetor
lut, 25 ctntt for one insertion: 50 centtfor three.
- - r s -- v s
HANDS03IE FURNISHED ROOMS, EN
sulto or single, at the Buckingham, 020
15th st n w, overlooking McPherson Square.
T70H RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
J sultablo f or gentlemen. No. 003 M st n w.
FOB SAI.K AND KKNT.
" j s w "VV S"S's- s -J - "
"DEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME nOUSSS FOR
1731 inth st n w, b h, 0 rs S7.500
1229 Mass ave u w, 1 h,8rs 7,350
38 I st n v.-, b b, 11 rs 0.500
t05 Cth stnw, bh, 8 rs , 4,500
2211 and 8813 7thst n w, b h, Ors 4,000
40Kstnebh. 12 is 4.500
3255 K st n w, b h, 10 rs 3.000
1418N Jnvonw. f h.9 rs 3.000
1132 26th stnw. bh.Srs 1.50O
Alley between 21st and 22d, M and N sts
nw, Ors 1.500
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
2210 to 2234 Boundary st nw.bh. 1 rs.. $10,900
8021 to 8042 Boundary st n w, b h, 4 rs.. 15.700
2211 to 2229 10th st n w, b h, 5 rs 13.000
1733 to 1743 Est n w. Ors 9,000
701 to 709 Farragut st n w, b h, 5 rs 9.000
12321 stnw, f h, 5rs 8,000
338 to 311 Jackson Hall alleyn w, I rs.. 0,250
1 to 0 alley bet 12th and 13th, M and N
11S9 to 1151123d stnw, f h.4rs 0.000
1123 80tn si n w. I n, u rs, anu a nouses
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
K st, bet ICtb and 17th stsnw S4 50
1'aavc. betGtliund "tbstSBO 2 CO
10th Bt, bet M and N stsnw 1 75
24th bt, bet L and M sts n w 1 50
Mass avo. bet Del avo and 1st st n o 1 00
O st, bet 1st and 3d stsn w S5
N o cor Va ave and 22dstn w 75
G st, bet 2d and 3d u o 00
S wcorSdand Lstsn o 50
Mount Pleasant 40
HOUSES FOR RENT.
20271 stn w,22rs $100 00
7l56thst n w, 13 rs loo 00
8052 p stn w, 13 rs. fur 80 oo
1180 12th stn w.13 rs 75 IK)
721 8th stnw, 14 rs 03 00
50Cetn w, 12rs 65 00
232 N Javonw,9rs 59 00
90181ststn w, I2rs 40 00
lllOTst n w,7ra 3500
1105 Nil avo n w,9rs 35 00
1831 Vtavon w, 8 IS 87 SO
1152 22d Bt n W, 0 rs 25 00
1400 Md avo n e, Ors 17 00
430 Uh st, back room, 8d floor 15 oo
83 II st n c. 5 rs 15 00
1102Sdstno.7rs 18 00
11 Corcoran Row, 4 rs 18 00
8702 7th stnw, Or 18 00
3704 7 til st u w, 0 rs 1200
92fl alley bet th nnd 10th, E and F
stsn w, 4rs 12 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; 5 per cent,, payable
Quarterly; In sums of 81,000.
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho above Is only a iiortlon of the property
on my books. For full list rail at o&lca for
bulletin, Issuod on the 1st and 15th.
FOlt SAI-K MISOKLLANKOUS.
Advertisements under thlt head, four llnttor
less, 25 cents for ont insertion; 50 centtfor thret.
I? ratus. In good order; cost S3J5; hell now
for 41X) caih. .ddre-3 41U0st n w. ap83,3t
I?OR SAI.E-87,500 nATOPILAS 1ST MORT
! gage Bonds at o offered for sale by
E. II COTTRELL,
No. 1113 N.Y. avo.
TTIOR SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
stylish Gray Horse, over 10 hands high;
lino harnoss and not muoh usod; Landau
mado by Joyco; nro offered at reasonable
rates on account of owner leaving tho city.
E. B. COTTRELL, 1413 N Y. ave.
OrTaLE-ST-SPEcIaL STAR'. 51-INCH,
silent raohet, I nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 823 A sts e.
COUNTRY KllAL KSTATK.
. n -, - -M-.-1 -ij-i.iiioririi .wwvajjaj
I70R SALE-ABOUT 17 ACRES ON 3D ST
u o extended, on tho lino of tho Eoking
ton aud Soldiers' Homo Railway, bolng a part
ot tho o-tato ot tho lato Chief Justice Chase,
now called "Edgowood;" a good opportunity
for investors. For particulars, prloo, ete.
Inquire of C1IAPIN BROWN, 323 41 stn w.
MRS. RINES-"THE ELSMERB"-1403 II
st n w; new plumbing, now furnlturo;
80 additional rooms; porsonul attention to tho
tnhle: location contial, near the Arlington
and Wormlev's. fo27-ft0
niONllV TO LOAN.
X-w- S -r S - -fj s- "J
C. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
HnrL-alns lu all parts of thu city. Llto
and Flro Insurance. Corner bth and Fsts
n w. Lo Droit Building.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OH
nrst-cl&ss securities at lowest rates ot
Interest, No delay whero security Is good.
v. v. unnnn,
803 "th st. n. w.
ONEYTO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La avo.
T I ONEY,
iJ IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
ATD AND 6 PER CENT.
M. M PARKER,
1418 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS-WE ARE AU
L thorized brthe United Socurltv Life In
surance and Tiust Company of Philadelphia
to advanco money on improved property In
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without llfo lusurance.
Loans payable In monthly or quarterly lu
stallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 80 years. In
many Instances tho payraonts aro less than
tho reutal of a houso. Y. U, SMITH A SON,
1288 Y st u w.
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to salt
On Approved Real Ktato Security.
IB. U. WARNER CO.,
810 F St. n. W,
3-slory and basement 10-room brick
houso; all modern Improvements; sltualo
Becond street, between U and D se
470 I'rlco, $0,000.
2-story frame liouscwlthlttrco lot; sttuato
on Sixth street, betweon 11 and O so.
277 Trice, 3,000.
3-storv brick house containlne 0 rooms
and bath; size of lot, 18x75) situato on O
403 I'rlco, $0,000.
3-story and back building brick dwelling,
containing; 10 rooms; all modern Improve
ments; situato on coiner of Ninth and O
463 l'rico, $S,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms nud bath:
Bttunto on Ij street, between North Capitol
and Fkst streets uw.
403 Price, $2,550.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern improvements; situato No. 031
E street nw.
423 Price, $10,500.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; slzo ot lot,
25x125: situate No. 1423 N st. nw.
2S1 l'Hco, $10,000.
2-story nnd basement; brick hottso, 7
rooms and bath; situate on New Ilampshiro
avenue, bet, L and 31 sts. nw.
4C9 Price, $0,500. .
2-story 0-room brick house; situate on
Cleveland ave, bet. 12th and 13th, "W and
403 Price, $1,000.
2-story C-room brick houso, ou Wallach
481 Price, $1,300.
2-story 0-room brick houso; situate on
443 Price, $5,100.
3-story brick house, containing ll'rooms
and bath; and all modern ftnprovcmeiits;
situate No. 1220 O st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north sldo of
G st,, wide front.
Hi Price, $35,000.
A large stable property In a deslrablolo
catton; now under leaso to good tenant,
paying 0 per cent.
317 l'rico, $2S,000.
404 Framo dwelllntr, Grant ave, Mount
Pleasant. 1'ilce, $7,000.
'400 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per mouth. Price,
4S0 S-room frame house, lot 20x75, on'L
bt.se. Price, $2,000.
407 2-story and cellar brick houso, 0
rooms aud bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vu,
!-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms,
ofllco annex nnd largo sldo lots: situato on
cor. Duko and St. Asaph sts.; lot TSxS'J.
3-6tory and back building dwelling, con
taining 13 rooms and bath; lot 70x00; sit
uate No. 014 Prince 6t.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-story and back building brick houso,
containing 13 rooms; situato on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
452 Prico, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling house, built in tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x112.
301 Prico, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick house,
containing 3 looms, situate on Columbus
St., near Prince.
483 Price, $2,400.
408 3-story brick dwelling nouse, con
taining 10 rooms nud all modern Improve
ments; largo side yard; situato on cor.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposlto
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is tbo bebt situation in Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Tonus One-third cash, Jialauco
one aim two years.
Houses nt Falls Church, Vu.
A new cottago. situato only 5 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, V. & O.
R. 1!., Va., containing G rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A now cottage, situato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. & O. It. It., Va., containing, parlor,
dlnlug-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
YHL'uiit Ground Xorllicnxt uml South
cast. All of square 1004 25c
u u 1002 25c
" BoVth'lOmV.V."'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 35c
Building Lots In all sectlgns of tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 1' Mrvct, XVusblUKtou,
pilOPi SALS FOR ciniK!I It v I I
1 oflii'o rf 1 ccruMng li'iukvc u
Army. No 419 101b t n w . Wn-Mi i.'
(' . Anril SO. 1C90 -Penh cl vrnwu In
entc, subject to the usual onditlon-,
tcccivrd n tlhls ofDco until 12 o'eln.-k n
JUNES, J8H0, and then opened for, rm '
rnilts nt thin rtndojivous diiflna tl ii- i
enr ending Juno to, 1!01 Thrcosuh-t
n i nl dally and a duo proportion of e.i i
rardlCN constitute a ration Contract" it
under lids nderlleinont fhnll not lu i i
stincd tolnvolvo tho t'nliod States in n v
obligation for rnytront.ln oxoetsof m
prlatlon granted by Congress for l lie I i
pofo Preference will loglron tonrtl' k-"i
domestic production or tuimufnoliira, w li
lions of quality and price (Including In Hi
pilroof foreign productions or manutm I u i e -tho
duty Ihrreon) blnif c(iual. Thuduvirn
incut loscnoa tho right to reject nnvora'l
Pinpof&lfl. Proposals for lomplete rntl.in
to bo furnished at places objcctlouab r I r
recruits will not bo considered. Full Inti i
tnatton will bo furnished n appl'ouMoi' t.-.
this office Envelopes containing proposal
should bo murkod "Proposals tor Cook- I
Jtntlons,"and ndrrcsird to Captain I M
GlllhON, fc'o cijtli I Ha1ry,RccrultIngnm. r.
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING AND SEP
ting a now Bollor. Moving and Hcsc'tln
un Old Boiler, ote, for signal Building
War Department. Supply Dhlilon, Washing
ton, I), C, April S3. 1890. Soiled proposal-,
111 duplicate, subject to tho usual conditio i
nlll bo received atthls odlco until 12o' loi U,
noon, HATIRDAY. MAY 3, 1S90, for biliMltu
nnd setting ono now boiler, moving utl-l re
fcttlng ono old holler, making all necessniy
connections; building tronch. chimneys, x
envatmg cellar, building retaining wall".
underpinning vall, coal slinto and drive ?,-ay,
n,,d furnishing and putting In a complote ys
tetn of electric bolls for tho Signal ofllci
iiuutiing, corner -un nnu u" siroets n w ,
as per plans and specifications to bo scon In
this tilllco. Proposals must bo lnclood In
scaled envelopes Indorsed on tho vttMdo
"'uiposnls for Building and Sotting New
Boiler, Resetting Old Holler, Excavations,
etc.," and addressed to tho undcrslgnod M
It. THORP, Chief Bupplv Division apXtTO
T)R01'OSAL8 FOR DOG TAG3.-
X tlio commissioners D. C,
April 89, 1890. Sealed proposals will bo ro
eclved at the odlco ot tho Commissioners D.
C. until 12 o'clock m.MAY 5, for furnishing
tho District Government soven thousand Ihe
hundred (7,500) dog tng forttso during th
fiscal year ending Juno 39, 1801. Blddors will
submit design and samplo of material they
Pioposo to furnish. Tho tags to be made In
tho host workmanllko mannornnd to bo de
livered on July 1, 1890. Tho Commissioners
reserve tlio right to rojeot any or all bids
J. W. DOUGLASS, L. G. HINE, II. M ROB
ERT, Commissioners of tho District of Col
I3ROPOSALS FOR GRADING rENN-rVl
vanla uvenue extendod. Offlco of tho
Commissioners D. C, Washington. D. P.
April 83, 1850. Scaled proposals will hoio
(clvcd at lids offlco until 12 o'clock m, on
FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1890, for grading and con
structing culverts on Pennsylvania avenuo
extended. Blank forms of proposals and
spcclllcntlons can bo obtained at this oRieo
upon application tboicfor, together with ail
necessary Information,. nnd bids on thc-o
forms only will bo considered. Tlio right N
tesorved torojoct any and all bids. J W.
DOUGLASS, L. G. HINE, II. M. RODERT,
Commissioners D. C.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms
505 D strcctnortbwe-d,
Washington, 1). l
Webster Law Building.
Residence 1213 II street northwest.
EBB & WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS.
400 Fifth Street,
Wasuinoto-i, D. C.
William B. Webb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John Sidney Webb. fclfl7.d.t".tt
321 and 323 4i st., Chauncoy Building, near
Louisiana ave, Washington, I). V.
Practices in tho Courts of tho District ami ot
1'rlnco Georgo's County, Md. fc8?-d.fcs,if
T EON TOBRINER.
322 Four and-a-half sti cot u.w., near City nail,
Washington, D. C. fe7-dJfeS,t
F. PHILLIPS. J. O. ZACHRY.
F. D. McKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHRY & McKENNEY,
Attorneys at Law.
fc27-D0 Sun Building, V st
403 Fifth Mnvt.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! ,
OVER A MILLION DISTHII!UT ED.
L-cl. o. L.
LOUISIANA STillE LOTTERY CO.
Incorporated by tho Legislature for educa
tional and charitable purposes, and lis fran
chise made a part of tho present State Con
stitution, In 1379, by an ovxnwuELUiNii roru
ui:ote. Its GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAW
INGS tako placo semi-annually (Juno and
December), und Its GRAND SINGLE NUM
BER DRAWINGS tako placo in each ot tho
other ten months lu tho yoar, and aio all
drawn In publio.at tho Academy of Music,
Now OrleauB, La.
"Wo do hereby certify that wo supcrviso
thu arrangements for all tho Monthly and
Semi-Annual Drawings of tbo Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co., and In person manago and con
trol tho drawings themselves, and that tho
samo aro conducted with honesty, fairness
and In good faith toward all parties, and wo
authorize tho Company to use this oortlilcate,
with fuc-xlmllosof our signatures attached.
In Its advertisements."
Wo tho undersigned Banks and Banker
will pay all prizes drawn In' tho LonM.in
Stato Lotteries which may bo presented at
It. M. -WALntSLKY, Tres. La. Nat. Bank.
I'. LANAUX, I'res. State Nat. Bank.
A. ii.xi.utri, Pros. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CAM. KOBS, Prcs. Union Nat. Bank.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING will tako
placo at tho Academy of Muslo, New Or
leans, TUESDAY, MAY 13..1690.
CAPITAL PRIZE -
10O.C0O Tickets at Twentv Dollars; Halves,
S10; Quarters, $5; Truths, $-';
1 PRIZE OF $300,000 Is
1 PRIZE OF 50,0001s
B PRIZES OF 10,000 are
5 PRIZES OF 5,000 aro
100 PHIZES OK WOaro 60,003
00 FRIZES OF SOOaiO 00,000
K0PWZESOF 200aro 100,000
100 Prizes of SCO aro
100 Prizes of 200 are
900 Prizes of 5100 aro
3,131 Prizes, amountlngfo.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
tVFon Ci.co Ratks or nny further Infor
motion dcslrod wrlto legibly to tho under
signed, cloarly stating your resilience, with
Stale, County, Street aud Number. Moro
rapid return mail delivery will bo assured bv
your Inclosing an eavolopo bearing year full
All ordinary letters containing Pn'il
Notes, Money Orders Issued by all Express
Companies or Now York Exotuugo,
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orloan", L i
Addrete Registered Letters uontalnln. 1'
New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleuns. I i
"REMEMBER that the payment of Tn es
Is GUARANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL
BANKS of Now Orleans, and tho tickets mo
signed by tho president of an Instltuti n
whose chartered rights aro rooognlod lu t ie
hlghott courts; therefore, bowuiuof ull milt t
tluus or uuouymous schemes. "
ONE DOLLAR Is tho prico of tho smallest
part or fraction of a tlokot ISSUED BY US in
any drawing. Anvthlug In our name offered
(or leg than a Dollar U a swuidlo.