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TITEWASIITNGTCXtf CRITIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 0,189.
srirfTAi .i o vi )i's.
-sy Inn llun'llclnl Kiiduwment Assouln- '
tlon havo Hilo -tort n now iiliui of cntranco fort, I
cash mid nnV, system, by which thorn-Initial
tost In cmIi wli. bh small. Imiiilni uliimt It
from imy of tlui trustees nr ut tin) ufllun of tin)
Association, 4I ICtli st, n. w.
rSTOC'K KXCIIANflB-Tiik, host made. I
ftt.. MM.! lits.. .Till!.! Ii.llf nlllN. all!.:
combined writing nml cup) hut, qts., u.vj.i .
iit av.i ) pts., SV, (llvn It atrial. Central
.own jifiHii, on I'm si. rcnouic-ii is, rcm-
KBT-KINIISLBY IIIIOH. CltKAMKHV CO. I
Standard Cash lrlcrs
For our unrqnnllcil dairy products (tethered !
by onr Aldcrnoy (lain Ward's) wagons, i
Tlio best puro sweet milk, por quirt So
crruin, i(r quart. ..viu
" bnttcnnllk, per o,tinrt.. ...., -id
" skim milk, per quart 4J
K 11. Creamery l'rnt Hotter, our own make,
tlio best and purest, 4V?. per imniid.
Twenty-six 4 cent tickets for 81 can Iw nh
talm-d from our wagons or at ofDco. tf.'l and
Ml I) street northwest.
oi'ii aim wild, ni: to iiivb
Our cltlwix tlio Trrybii-t dairy. products nt
popular cash price nt ull tinier,
pleasi: nF.i'nirr any complaints
In relation to our employee direct to our
Our wholesale butterand eommtslon house,
18 lotli street northwest.
.sCgF"LKflH JOHNSON Ss CO.,
Domes! lb and 1'oreljn
Pennsylvania Avenuo und Tenth Street.
Exchange, Letters of Credit, Cabto Transfers
on ITlucIpal Cities InEurOpo.-- '
Government and Investment llotids, ,Telo
rnnphlo Communications wltli Now York,
Philadelphia, llalllmoro and Boston.
Loans made and Negotiated.
Cloiicrnt Hanking Jlnslnoss Transacted.
I'lIIM.ll'M, LAM Alt ZACII11Y,
Still Hulldlng. - - MIS -F street. ,
HKCTfTIlK WAS1I1NOTON ATtCIIlTECT.
' UHAL WON AND llltmoB WONKA,
EDWAHD L. DBNT. M. E.,
Tlio best facilities In tho city for alt kinds
of Iron work. . , ,
Steel Heams, Ancles, etchUvnys In stook.
t'lno Ornnmentnl Casts and, Vfought-Iron
Work a specialty.
Itepalrs and general macldne work dono In
tbo bust nuinucr'nnu nt short notice.
Solo Licensees In tlio Dlstrlotof Columbia
for tho "Ooet7.-lIltchell" system of Uoatn
Anchors and 1'oteetors.
Works: Cor; 33d nnd Water Streets; Telo
Offlco: 1413 ffStrcct'n.w.; Telephone, 4-2.
Washington, 1). (J.
jeli:ction or nntucTons.
Orncrj pi" the Cot-omhia JI.ulwav Cd.
The annual election of Sovcn Directors to
servo tho ensuing rear for -the Columbia Hall
way Company wfll bo' held nt tho Kellogg
llnfldlng, V St., between 1 It li mid 13th sts. n.
w., TUESDAY, March 12 proximo.
Polls will open from 1 to 2 o'clock p. m.
W. II. CLAOKTT. Secretary.
KS&-IXO. AMIILEU SMITH, ,
Kzy Couuscllor-nt-Lnw und Patent Atton
ncy, 1008 nnd 1010 Fst. n.w.
jpractlca In courts, nnd Departments.
rksr.-inoN HOOFING, . UtON CEILING,
W JIanufnuturcd hy
A.NOIITIIIIOPACO., Plttsbnw, Pa.
Order" will bo reoclied on and after Febru
ary 21, 'to, at 7'J1 II t. n. o by tho asent,
Great Captains, by I)odno; Tcntlinr on tho
Plains, by Jlr. K. 11. Custer; Ilryco's American
Commonwealth, 'Itutli about lltusln, hy W.
T. Stead; Around tho World, by Jules Verne.
Every strniiKcr pbould get a copy ot 1'le
turesque Wnshlnitton before leaving tho city.
Law books a specialty.
W. II. MOH1USON,
ANBUWK8, ' '.'
Examine, our extensive stock boforo par
chiwlnir.' DAYWAIID nOTCniNSON,
42 10th' St.
TTHR COLUMBIA NATIONAL DANK
' 0t Washlnctoni D. O., Oil F st. n. w.,
Ilecclvcs Deposits, Loans Money, Issues
Drafts, Transacts, a Ooncral ltanklnjt Busi
ness. Location central and convenient. F
street cars and herdlcsrtmla front of our
door; Oth street cars rnu a few rods east of
our bulldlnc; 7th Btrcet and 11th street cars
only two' blocks uway; II stroct and Pa. nvo.
cars only tliroo blocks away. 1). II. WAHNEU,
l'resldcntt 8. T, UUI1TON. Vloe-Fresldontj
K. 8. PAHKEll. Cashier. Directors: Cnas. 11.
Bailey, Wm. K. Barker, Alox. T. Brltton.
Chat, C. Dnnconson,. John Joy Edson, Albert
F. Fox, John E. llonlll, llonj. V. Lelghton,
Hugh Mcculloch, Crosbr S, Noyes. M. M.
Parker, o a. staples, aeoreo Traosdell,
Henry K. Wlllard. B. 11. Warner.
jraf,C8EFUli'FEET" t '" , ,
, liaini requislta toi hoaltiful,' oxer
else, thousands of well-known pcnjonaires
Visit Dll. WHITE'S establishment. 1410 Penn
ylvanla avenue, opposite Wlllard's Hotel, for
relict from. corns, bunions, diseased naUs and
alldlsoasos of the feet." Dr. White's twenty,
ninth yoarof praotlco la Washington, U, C.
Offleefee, tin alttlng
B25TW. O. .METZKnOTT CO., MTJSIO
VX Dealeru naro rtmoved from Ponn
aylvinla avenuo to their new building, 1110
Fetniw., three aoori west of W. B. Hosos
Jk -Wins. Oldoet. and" moat extensive m do
establishment In the olty
GENTLEMEN DESIRING THE COR
rretRtvIo In FULL DRESS SIIIUTS.
TIES, GLOVES. VESTS, oto., should coll on
F. T. HALL. OOS V street northweiti
Confectionery, Pnra Candlea, Cnkca, rioj,
Nuts. Foreign and Domestlo Frulta. at
1 OEOHOK W. WBIDMAN'S,
Dull Pa. avo. a. a.
peedlly enred. Also excollent for urinary
and kidney diseases. Prion 81. For sale a'.
BTANDIFORD'S Pharmacy, Mb. anil S d. w.
open ail nigni.
i-TSJrADrESI LADIESI LADIESI
Mrs" MoCafforty Is the only hat
and bonnet-frama manufacturer In tho city.
Call and see her now ihapes. Bleaching and
prosslng. Straw and Felt Hats altered to
tho latoat styles. Orders promptly nttondod
to. 100U a stroqt n. w.
(f55Jf SOUTHERN INVESTMENT.-! IN
y Coal, Iron and Timber Lands.
A. E. HANDLE begs to oall tha speolal at
tention of persona desiring to acquire suok
property In largo or small irootsat tho very
lowest prices. Full particulars on applica
tion. Address UU3 7th st. n. v.. Woshlni
ton. P. C.
AduttUementi under thli head, four Unit or
leu, 85 centifor one Intel ton;K centifor lit ee.
I?OR SALE -N. SIDE F ST., 12TII AND
' 13th. 'I ho best opportunity for mer
chants or capitalists to securo tho flnpst
iileco of business property now offered In this
city exists In that grand 7'J-ft. front, plats
und fnll information for wmon win do giauiy
J. 11. WIMttlt.
1313 F st.
SWORMSTEDT i. BRADLEY,
027 F strcot.
X Real Estate Broker, 03 1 F st n w, Room 4
Speolal attention paid to the exchange of all
descriptions of roal estate uad personal prop
erty, mining stockjOto.
BES J. P. DAVIS,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Bulldluj.
Suburban property a specialty.
T WILLIAM LEE
' (Successor to Honry Leo's Sons),
--crjsr; j , . ac m ,
332 TENN. AVENUE N. W.,
Branch offloe, -108 Maryland aye, a. wf
A VOUST BURGDOHP,
A FUHMBIIINU UNDERTAKER,
U1U lun, avo, n, w.. between 3d and, 14 its
JSicrytwftK firtt olaw.
AilttitlwatvU hiuUrthlt Jinvl, four Hnttor
lift, S3 etutifor one tnnrllon; W ccntifor tAvet.
7ANTKH-A STOUT mill. I'Olt OBN
I ci nl ttnrkiRoud wanes, U0 lllhst.i.w.
YXJ ANTED -A1IOYTOWOUK IN A CON
VV fretlmicry; also n colored boy. Call I
18:11 14th st. n. w. ,
T All! IN TO MAKH WOltHTEII ADVBIl- I
JU tl'i'ment'CiinliathomeiJItoSS weekly;
outllt.K'o. Sodncwlck Novely Co.,Now Haven
AHiaJTSjinil KI'HKin'.ME'N wanted to soil '
l.nm HmltbV m-eat iramd of ,(Iovernor."
or Political EtiehrcThero aru 3 State Cants,
I tirttiiylnc mi tnberof electoral Votes; nlo'x'
l-t-lieni lOfiniHS in luu n nijrrimi, mi'i
"bower'' rlirds, bearliiR portrait of Harrison
and .Mnrjon, t'leielntid and Tliurman. Por
trait or Hon, James O. Itlnlne played as
"lekt-r," Black, tnrds nro KejmhllcniH, nnd
"trumps" when tnrued; red, Democrats,
Each pack nt M round cornered nnd Blazed
rnrdsln it box, charges prepaid, nt KM., or
$7.80 per itross; 25c, or JI8.W per Kross; Wlo.,
or JOu 00 per gross, orderntonert. Men with
wncon loaded with "Governors" can sell ten
thousand acks durlnit IuauEurntlon Week.
704 Chestnut st PJilIadn., Pa.
SALESMEN-WB WISH A FEW MEN TO
sell onr goods by samples to tho whole
salo nnd retail trmlo. Ijirnast Jnaliufrs Id
our line. Encloses cent stamp. Wages S3
per day. Permanent position. No postals
nnswcrcdi Money ndvanrcd for wagos, ail
vertlslng, cto. CENTENNIAL MAN'rO CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. ,
WANTED-A OEltMAN (1IHL )H OBN
cral housework nnd tonslstln kitchen,
nt Ocorgu F. Koiel'a, 1817 14th st. n. w. ,
AUcerHiimditu Vlifltr tilK hta(t,Sovr-ll)UAor
litt, 83 eaitifor one innertlon; flo ttntt for thrte.
VV ninniflrst-clnss washer nnd Ironor, wants
wnshlniriithomoorgooutdu work. Address
F. HUIH.KY. 717'.'d si. w.
ld ri tieninuls under thU htait; four WiM or
hit, SS centifor one int(rtloi; 00 centt for three.
TI7ANTr.D-OLD GOLD AND' 8II.VF.lt
VV . bought lor oash by.WM, FI1IKDK
IIICII, the manufacturing: Jeweler, U0J'7th
st.,' opirratent Office.
AilrntUftntnliilindir tJiU ftftui. four llnfK or
ttt,Z') eenttforpn insertion; 60 rente for thne
TV11ES9 CUTT1NO MADE EASY-rXMB.
J- .Waslilngton's "Dress Cutting Scalo,"
jusi puicnieu, cnauios e-ry oner wi it-am to
cut ull kinds of garments' readily and accu
rately, dud she will open n'sehool atlas Fst.
on Monday, January 28. wbcretbe system will
bo taught and tho senlo and n mciiraro book
furnished for $0. This exeeptlouallylowllg
uro Is named for sixty days only. Persons
learning this system nro Immediately placed
In n position to earn good wages. Ladles
needing experienced hands can obtain thorn
nt Hid school at any time. Taper patterns of
skirt, wnlst and sleovo cut by measurement
lor unties at vu cents,
TUHTH'S OLD STAND 18 TUB ONLY
O placo whore first-class second-hand cloth
InK-'cun lo sohl nt respectable prices. Ad
dress or call at Hill I) st. n. w.
roil SALKSUllCEKnAXJIO us.
FOH SALE FinSTCEASS FLOUIUNO
mill; suiM-rlor water power, In best wheat
growing county In Maryland: SO.acrosland;
good business location and suburban homo.
J. II. OIIAY A CO.,
037 V st. n. w.
AtlierfUementt under thU head, fourllneeor
lets, 85 eeiitsfor one Insertion; 60 cente for tliM.
I'roVltENT-328 INDIANA .AVENUE, OP"
; poslte Judiciary Bquaro.SdundSd floors!
rooms slnglo or en suite, with private bath
rooms; board and attendance; terms reasona
'JFDJt SAX.K HOUSES.
Adrertlremente under thli head, fourllnetor
lets;&S centifor one intertlon; 80 etutifor three.
TO CLOSE Atf ESTATE.
; MUST'BE SOLD.
iMO&T VALUABLE PROPERTY, ON MASSA
OVEitLOOKINO THOMAS CIRCLE.
iLot OSfeet front 'on tho Avoutto and Clrole;
contains over 8,000 squaw feet of ground, with
width and depth mftlclent for two Vi) Flno
(Dwellings. Ground worthS-Vnerfoot. Present
Improvement, a 10-room Brick House, renting
for 31,900 twr nnnura. Nearly 8,000 foot of
beautiful Parking, Ornamental Trcon and
Shrnbs; Plpts laid for Fountain. Prlco, gJ3,0O0.
Apply to J. V. N. IIUYCK & CO,.
No. 1503 Ponnsylvapla Avenue!
ELEGANT SPACIOUS nBSWENCE
FRONTING ON McPHEHSON 8Q.UAHE,
NEAll "THE AltLlNOTON." AND "NOIl
I MANDIE" HOTEW.
Thrco-story nnd Tlajomitt 'Brick lToiiBo,
three rooms deep, with extra LAltUK DININH
BOOM, flno Parlors, and veryi commodloux
'Bed Chambers, Bath-rooms and C'lothcsJ
l'rcsses; largo and cheerful front basemen t
ofllce ensy of access from the street. This Is
in very desirable property, and will bo sold for
$24,000 on EASY TE11M8. For permit to In
spect, apply to
.1. V. N. IIUYCK CO.,
No. 1503 Pennsylvania Avenuo.
FRANK B. CONGER,
1119 V Street.
HOUSES FOR SALB-N. W. SECTION.
Massachusetts nve..$W,000, $M,0OV $13,000,
'8)0,000, $33,000, $45,000.
Connecticut nvo,$:3,000( $,10,000, JK.000,
Vermont nve., $31,000, IJO.OA).
Rhode Island avo., $38,000, $10,000, $JJ,000.
10th street, $100,000, $75,000, $37,000.
18th street, $S8,000. - -i- -.
I street, $53,io..
i K street, $31,000. .if '
M.Strcct, $05,000, $40,000, $30,000.
N street, $50,000, 8,ooo, $i7,ooo, $14,000.
P street, 915,000, $8,000; $7,500.
O strvc.C$SO,000. ,
lllllyer Place. $18,0d0.
NewHampshlroave. andCitli St., $D,000, '
Houses under $M,000 ftud unimproved prop
rty.n.aH1nurl,o(.he!aiicoNGEni 1113 F street.-
OR SALE-riNB HfiSlDENCE-TIIB
JJ litinilsomcBt comer now for sale, on
Mass;avo In tho Immediate- vicinity of tho
elegant homo Just secured by tho VIco-Presldent-clect.
Also, elegant resldcnco on nlghland Tcr
raco; spacious; loeatlqu uusurpassed: con
dition exceptionally Duo. J. B. WIMER,
. 1313 Fst.
HWR SALK-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
Jj 0-room houses, with batn, rango, etc., In
tho northwest: near 0th and 7tlt st. ars
prlcaonly $2,S0O euch; terms, $300 cash, bal
unco $30 per moutb. Also on Cleveland avo,
(Irs, for $2,35(1
OllH, bet lUtlinndJ7tll sts. ..)...,.-... D.IWIJ
u st, Dot join ami nun sis ,,, n.ouu
, bet T and U sts...
" 13th, hctP nmlU st l.niMl
" o.bet 13th and lithsts.wlthstnblo 7,(HM)
" Boundary, near nth st, new house. 3,ooo
" Mnrlonst, butilth and7lhnw 1,230
Apply to J. W, P. MY KRS SON,
1 120 Now York avo.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retail Deolorsln
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AJID STATIONERY,
314 Ulgl'th St. N. W neur Pa. Ave.
Orders or rcquosts tor quotations given
arsonaiaiicniion. anil si
ieud in prlco und uuality,
STEAMER W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th Bt. wharf dally (oxoont Sunday) for
MOUNT VERNON "
At 10 o'olook a. m,; returulug, ruiohei Wash
tugtou about 11:811 u. m.
j on vjtixTixa.
alllOMAB "mcOIUj CO..
PRINTERS AND BTEREOTYPERS,
1107 E streetn, w., Washington, D, 0.
good work at fair prices.
CC3 D street northwest,
Washington, D. C.
Webster Law Building,
Residence, 12181! street notthr
io it jikS"t -multi i!s.
AdiirlttemenU tinder thli html, four llne-t or
leu, iitenlifor one Inteitton; ;o centifor three.
1811 Pstnw. Sirs Si'OOt)
llfflMniinen w , lfirt 117
1730 Mass ave, 17 rs low
P'tnw.isrs in no
1SS8 M t 11 w, r 1O0
lflMNstllw, lfir....l , IB! 00
lisaifthstn w, 15rs 113 00
l.T.'S-r.slnr. llrt.l .. 100 00
17C-' I'jllHC, 10 rs 01 07
Ksmut n w, isrs.'. ki ai ,
IWOllthstn w. Ors and storo K1 S3
1C1H1I tit n w, 11 rs Klivi
siisT lllllyer nvr.ftrs .. 70i)
srsiostn w, llrsaudMahlo W(. ,
1W7f)stn w.lirs i CO (XJ
8171Sthstn w.llrs 70 00
1031 IMh st h w, tors OS 00 '
lllAXstn w, II rs..' 6300
I.MOSOthstli w, 101-s , 03 00
unriuinw, o rs. eooo !
Kl IStli st n w, storo and dwelling....! CO 00
sot? lllllyer Placo, 0 rs CO 00
lOIOSIststh w,10 rs.,,., 00 00
lllHNstn w, 10 rs 33 00
iNtuOst n w.Or boon
1011 N st n w, S rs.. 50 00
lSlillltltntitw, 0 rs 50 00
1638l7thstn w, rs ... t 50-no
SWBOstn w, lOrs i 43 00
S11rtHthtn w,10r.s 43 00
Sl-JOllthst, 10 TS., i. :.,.. i 41 07
2411 11th xtnw, lOrs.'.V,' 41 l!7
15SH Pierce Place, 10 rs, 400
1702lit nw. 10 m 4000
1400 chapln st, o rs 4000
1408 C'hnpln st, 0 rs , 4000
nro n t s w, 11 rs 4000
sicamitHtnW.iors 1 4000
WI3 7thstn w-.Vrs 33 00
IMOIUggsstnw, 0r-,.i 33 00
1332 Rlggs Bt n W, Or M 09
ltoo mtli t n w, Or 30 00
l'MWfithstn w,7rs ,., 30 00
lnsisOthstu w, 8 r ss oo
."JiHist Kt'sv, orsi...'. ,,;,,,.,,' 'n'oo
sioistst s w.ars 13 00
s nt sts wo r isoo
SIS 1st st W, firs 15 00
Tho' nb&ieliimses call bo examined by per
mit from our nftleo only,
THOMAS .1. FISHER A CO.,
138-1 Fst. II. W.
THE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
Now Oecuplrd by
COI DANIEL S.-LAMONTi.
Will ha ronted for one'.yesr-or-longcrtoii
flrst-clois tciiant, For prlcaoud jicrmlt to In
spect the premises
Apply to .. ,. , . .
J. v.JT.iilrvcJK .;
... ,'IWl I'enU.avet
B II. WARNER A CO., "
4 1GF STREET NORTHWEST.
1-nrtlal list lit houses for rent:
niaFsUW, 11 rs,. ......in, :-..... (i. .;Slfi0 07
Vsoiathflth-w, 1rs..,..i.. -.,?:.. .1 73 00
1718 Oth Bt n w, 10 rs ,,r...' 73 00
Mil SOth st n w, 9 rs 60 00
S015QstII W, ffr.s...,i , 00 00
lsuutbstn w.ors 53 oo
aiT-ECapsU-ll rs. M) 60
1043 10th st n w, IVrs 50 60
131 Mil nven e, 11 rs 50 Oil
rati: cap st, ll rs , ?. is no
sotltBtn w, 10 rs ,. ..,..., 40 oo
SSMAstso, lor '. '40 00
i:xh t st n w, u rs.. oo
4009th-st II 0. 0 rs. .".'.. 1. 1 3.100
S1l8thstsw, 10 rs 3t 00
S313Mtll W, 9rH 30-U.1
sill Hstnw.Sr 30.7)
lisocthstti w.Ors ..... i 3040
SCO 5th Bt S e,H rs.., .,..;..,.(.. 30 00
1039 9th Btn w. 10 rs 30 00
hot llth st n w, 7 rs S8 oo'
l533l5tu.Btn:w, Ors 'r. 7.1
1544 Columbia st, 7rs S3 4.1
S18 Arthur-Place; 7 rs 2.1 40
0.11 Mass avo n e, 0 rs S5 33
1501 10th st n w, C rs S3 3.1
9113d stllW, B r. S3 30
1014 Larch st, 0 rs S3 30
His 1) fit no, u r ,, S3 oo
S818Nstnw,8 rs....i ,.-, S3 00
lowvstn w,7 rs; ,. .,.,;...!... S3 00
1511) 10th stu w,7 rs SSO'.'
43l9thsts'o, ion SH50
10S7 North Capitol st, Ors SO 50
HS44HtsW, o rs so&o
143 Boundary ave nw, Ors SO 60
nisostno, Ors so so
1si7S9thstnw-,7rs , so 40
433 list nw, ors ; so xi
1713 Oth Btn w, Ors so 30
shannon Place, Anacostla, 7 rs. SO 00
301 ( j st n w, b rs .7. 18 30
1830Estn w,6r. i.. ...,...,.. 18 30
8U Myrtle st,7rs.. -, 18 00
3414Pstnw, Ort.o. (...,.!...( 17 30
400Lstnw,8rs .... 10 80
031 8th st nw.Gra J 1G 50
SS10mhstnw,.0.ni...., 10 oo
713Astne,G m iwi. ,...". i..i,.. 15 40
110 M st n w.tvrs.. .......;,.... ...,i..,.., 13"30
0J31 Boundary avenuo uw, firs'..'. ... 15'00
OlOMbstn e, Ors .-. '13 00
A complete .bulletin published every Mon
day, may bo bad upon-tapptlcatlOo-at onr Of
fice, cither In person or by card.
, II. II, WARNER ,fc CO.
No. SOFIowa Circle, 3 story bk, 1,1 rs,
stable-In rear., .-..-...i.-u.-.t $123 OO
No. 1401 stoughton st, 3-story bk and
stono. Ors, n-m I (,.,..;.. w.-iw.jt-...-. 60 00
No, 140U btoughton st, 3 story bk nnd
Mono, Ors, am l.i. ....,-..'; CO 00
No. 1408 Stoughton st, 3-story bk and
utono, Ors, a ml..-. CO 00
No. 1410 Stoughtori st, 3,-etory bk and
stono,9rs,a ml. CO 00
No. 141s Stoughton st, 3-story bk and
ptOneOnnainl.., CO 00
No. 1S3 nstsc, 3-story bk, 10 rs, ami.. 400
No. 919 P st, 5 rs, over store, water, gas,
etc , 18 00
No. 911 ItEt, 3-story bk, 3rs, a In !..., 40.00
No. SO Iowa Circle, 3 story bk, 13 rs,
heated by furnace, newly papered
with paper to matoh furniture, $173 00
No. 480 Ta ave, 3-story bk, 8 rs, SoxOO
- each, to alley. ..... $143 00
N o cor of Columbia nnd Psta ..7. S3 00
S112 M st, store and dwg; new 80 00
No. css F st n w, 3 rs, 3d floor. .
No. IKS Fst n w, 8 rs, 4th-fl6or.
No. 035 F st n W, 3 rs, 5th floor.
Ill rear of No. 1301 K Bt, 5 or 0 stalls,
largo carrtago ruv coachman's rm,
etc, cor of alley ana facing 1Sth st....$30 00
, . , , M.M.FAHKER,
No. 1418 P Btrcet northwest.
I?OR RENT-NINE-ROOM BRICK nOUSE,
1 .In JlrsUelass. order. 71D North Carollaa
fnvcmrtf-soiithcat large 'yard and pleasant
liome, Eiiu.ou. ucu. if. iiakhi.n,
DID l'n, avo. B. o
,. - JS'OH .V.li'i; AXJUilWXT.
TJEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
'TIIOS. E. WAGaAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes made WpdaoMlaytnhtleatrirdiiys.
TWO.. bTOUY. . BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
Sth'st.bctKand'Lstsn w..i .10,000-
400 M stliXallW ml,, Mrs ,... 88.500
C83 and 043 II st li w,u h nniLhotiNes roar 28,000
131 J Vermont avou w, bh, ml, 13rs 10,000
173011 Btnw.bh, llrs 15,000
4133d stnw, bli.ml, llrs 18,500
loisioth st n w. li h. ml. lOrs Vi.wi
009 M st n w, h h, ml, l.lr 11,000
.1848 18lh st 11 W, b li, ml. 13r . . . , 9,000
SOSillBtnw, bhvml, lira .,., 8,000
TWO hTOWY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
S10(n882'l3tu st nnd Ky ave, Let B si
amis Cave, f h $1,000
381 to 383) U Bt s C, f h, 6 IS,...,. u 3.00Q
sosothatso, bh, 0 rs 3,000
6151Uhstsefbli, firs.,.. ,....,., 8,000
837 to 811 3d t so, f h, 4rs 8,100
013 II st s o. f li, llrs .,,. 8,000
000 nnd 911 1 st h e, f li, Ars 8,500
Alley bet Oth und Ttli, Q and E sts s e,
hli,3rs ,. .', ' '.-TO
305 10th st s o, bh,6rs 1,500
S o cor S C avo and 1 Ith st s o, f h, 8rs, . 1,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Slth bt, bet Laud M st n w $1 50
Tst, bet llth nnd 15th ts n w. 1 a
Mass avo, bet Del avo and 1st no 1 00
Silst, bet Nando sts ii w '. 73o
NeoorNH avo and Fst n w ,.,,. 70c
(1st, bal nml.ld btsuo,.,, COu
S wcnrSd and Lstsn o sou
list, bet 1st and 3d sts n w , 50o
EbI, bet Slth and SSthstsu w SOo
1st st, bet O 011111 sts b w , lOu
HOUSES FOR RENT.
Sis 0 st n v. Ors $16 00
48 Myrtle stn.c, 7rs .... is oo
btlist extended n w.Trs,, 15 00
11061) at so, 7rs 15 00
010 Ith et lie, 5i ,13 50
181 K st n e, firs 18 00
1718 Marlon alley n w, 4 rs 10 00
707iiud'OUl'arriigiitBtii w, 6rs 8 00
I and 0 Pleasant Place uw, 4rs 7 00
3 rear 1180 T stnw, Irs 7 oo
STORES, OFFICES, ETC J.
408 La nve, Jrs, 1st floor $J0 00
408 1,u no. -Irs, 4lh floor..... 30 oo
Mr and cellar 8180 llth st n w., 35 00
Htabloicnr 1116 K stnw 13 oo
Store room 104 (J st u w ,. . , 13 00
OthuudPauve, room 13 U 00
Mr nnd dwg o cor 10th and Bdy st n w 18 00
101 7th at, 1st floor, room 8 10 oo
"rrSLiiuio, 8 basement rms.. .......... tfUl
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe in V. S. bonds, 0 per cent., payable
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In turns to suit at 6 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list call at oalao for
bnlletlUi Issued oatho 1st and 15.th,
Adrei tleftnmtt vitdtr t,11 head, four lint or
eet, Sicdifs fcroiit Iniei'tlon; MccnUfor thret.
-.- '.; i ' - "
Tf OR HA LI! -' - -i
HAllllAINS t.V HtUI.IilNII M)PI
Thomas Cli cli",
i.'or, sad and New York nve.
;or. Sflth, Va. nvo. and 0 st, (nntlro s'luare.l
or. 1Mb. Vn. nve. and I) st. (entlra square.)
I.'or. 17th,V nnd Boundary sts. (cntlro sqaam.)
Cor. Itthnud lists.
Cor. etd und M sts.
Cor. ICth and Erie sts. (Meridian Hill.)
Rhode Island nve,. bet. 14th nnd 15th sts.
V St., bet, 17th mid lHth sts. n, w.
I st net. 14th nnd 1'tli sts, n. w.
8 St., bet. loth nnd 17th sts, n. W.
V st.k bet. 17th And lflth sts. n. w.
(I st., iK't. oth mid th sts. n. c.
11 St., bet. Mill nnd llth sts. n. w.
loin si., oei, i. nnu M sis. n. w.
IDttr St., bet. R and H sts, n. w.
and many others,
1'or full paHlcntnrH apply to
J. V. N. IIUYCK A CO..
1503 Pcnn. Ave.
IPOH SALK-COHNER LOT8-C1IOI0E
' 21st nnd R sts., 18th St. and NOW Ilnmn
sldro ave.'-I hav another n. w. corner In
8ood part n. v., -iniixlin, whloh I can sell nt
gnre to make ptolltnblo Investment to
builder or onpltnllst for row of honsos. Also
2 lots, one at 13,700. oud nt $.1,500, In name
square with Jndgo Illllyer's elegant Massa'
nhntetts ave. residence J, II. WIMER, 1310
The Great Fciuisylvnnin Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
DonbloTrnrk, Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnlflcrnt Equipment
In EirrcT Fkhbuaht SI, 1H89.
Tfatmlcnvi) Washington from station, cor
ner of Sixth nnd II streets, n follows:
Fott VitTMiunui nnd the West.' Chicago Mm
Ited Express of Pnllman Vestlbulcd Cars nt
9.50a.m. dally; Fnst Lino, D.SOnm. dally to
Cincinnati mid St. Louts, with Sleeping Car.4
from Plttsbum to Cincinnati and Harrlsburg
to bt. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chl
rago, wlthijlcrplng CurAttoona to Chicago.
Weftern Kxpivss at 7. 10 p. ni dally, with
Sleeping-Cat B-Wastilnaton to Chicago and St.
Louis, connecting dally nt Harrlsburg with
throngh Sleepers for Louisville and. Memphis.
Fnclflu Expross, 10 00 p. ni. dally for Pittsburg
and the Wost, with through Sleeper to Pitts
burg, nnd Pittsburg to Chicago,
BALTIMORE AND FOTOMAO RAILROAD.
Foil EniK; (.'ANiKnAinuA and Rochester
dully; for Buffalo und Niagara dally, except
Saturday, 10.00 p. m., w Ith Sleeping Cur Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wn MAHsroitT. Lock Haven and El
mini, nt 9.50, a.m. dally, except Sunday,
Foil New Yoiik und tho East, 7.S0, 9.00, 11.00,
nnd 11.40 a. m.T 8.10, 1.10, 10.U0 nnd 11.80 n, m.
On Suudayt 9 00, 11.40 a. m,; 2.10,4.10,-10,00 and
ilLSOp'tn. Limited Tixpress Of Pullmnti Par
lor Cars, 9.10a. m. dully, except Sunday, nnd
3.43 p, m. dally, with Dining Car.
Fon Boston without change, S.10 p. m. every
For. Brooklyn, .N. Y.. nil through trains
connect nt Jersey City with boats or llrooklyn
Annex, affording dlrcot transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double fcrrlugo across New
Fon PiniAiirti-iiiA, ".so, 8.10, 9.oo, 11,00 and
11.40 ii, in., S.IO. 4.10, 6.00, 8.10, 10.00 ami 11.20
f. m. On Sunday, o.ou, 11.40 a.m., '.'.10, 4.10,
(ICO, 8.10, 10.00 nnd U.U0 p.m. Limited JBx
press", all Parlor Car, 0.40 n. In. week days,
nnd 3 43 p. m. dally, with Dining Cars.
Fon Atlantic City, 11.00. nnd 11.10 n, m.
weekdays. , .
Fon BALTiMonr.1 0.33, 7.50,8.10, 9.00, 0.in,i).50,
11.00 and 11.40 n. in., vi 03, s.io, a 43, 4.10, !.',
4.40, COO, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.80 p. m. Oil
btinday, 9.00, 9.03, 9.50, 11.40 a. in., S.10, 3.13,
4.10, 6.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and II 80 p. m.
Fon Poi-k's Cheek Line, 7.80 a. m. mid 4. 10
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Foil ANN.irori, 7.80 nnd 9.00 a. m., 13.03 nnd
4.40 p, m. dully,, except Sunday,- Sundays,
9.00 a, m 1.10 p. ni,
lALEXANDBIA. AND FHEDERICKHBUHG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA ANO
Fon ALKXANimiA, 4.S0, 0.33, "7.2V8 40, 9.H,
lOBCa.m., 18.01 noon, S.03, 3.10, 1.83,5.00,0(11,
8.05, 10,05 and 41.87 p. m- On Sunday alias
0.43; 10.57 a. mCs.SO, 0 01,8 0.1 nnd 10.03p.m.
Accomxouatiok for Qaantlco, 7.S3a. m. and
5.C0 p. m, week days,
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4 30, 10.37 a,
m. dally, and 3. 10 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Tiiains lhate Alexandria for Washington,
0.05, 7.0B, 8.00, 0.10, 10.15, 11.07 a. m., 1.80,
3.00, 3.SI, 5.10, 0.30, 7.05, 0.33, 10.U and 11.03 p.
m. On Sunday at 9.10 nnd-11.07 n. m., 8.00,
3-10, 7.05, 9.38 and 10.48 p. m.
Tlckota and Information at thoofllco; north
east corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenuo, und nt the Htatlon( whore
'orders can bo left for thochooklnRof bnggugo
to destination from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
General Mannger. General russenger Agent.
Baltimore and Ohio Pallroad.
Echodillo In off cot Deo. 0, 1S8S.
Leave Washington from station corner of
New Jersey avenue and O street.
Fon Cuicaoo and Northwest, Vostlbulod
Limited express dally 8.53 a. ro express 9.03
Fon Ci.rtNtiATj, Indianapolis and St. Louis,
express dully a.oo and 11.10 pT ra.
Fon PiTTsntrno nnd Clevoland, Vestlbulod
Xlmlted express dally 8.53 a. m. and expross
roit Lexington and Local Stations, -MOJO
Fon Baltiuojie, week days, 5JX1, 0.30. 0,40.
7.50, 8.U0. 9.43. ll.oo (43-mfnute train) a. m.,
18.10. SOS. 3.15, (U-mlnute train), 3.23. 4.30,
4.35,6.30. 0.45.7.30. 0.4.1 and 11.30 p. ra. Sun
days. 6 30, 8iOr 9.43. a m., LIS, 8,03, 3.83,
4.30. 4.S5, 0.43,7T.S0, 9.43 and 11.30 p.m.
Fon way Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5.00,- 0.40, 8.30 a: m., 18.10, 3.83,
4A 6.43, 11 30 p. mk On Sundays, 8.80 a. m.,
,1.15, 3.S3, 4.05, 0.45, 11.80 p. m.
Tbains lbate Baltimore for Washington at
MO, 0.80. u.30 7.20, 8 00 (13-mliuite tralu), 0.00,
905,10.30 (45-mlnuto train) a. m., 13.15, 3.00,
3.00, 4.10,6.00. 6.U0,-0.80, 8.00, 10.00 and U.OOp.
m. On. Sundays, 5.10. 0.30. 8.0U. o.oo, 0.01,
10.40 K. m. 1.15, 8.00, 4.10, 0.00, 6.30, 8.00 10,00
and 11.00 p.m.-
Fon Amkatous, 0.40 and 8.30 n, m., 18.10
and 4.35 p. m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. ra., 4.33
p.m. Leave Annapolis 6.40,8.37 a. m., 18.03,
4.10 p, m. Sundays. 8.37 a. ra., 1.10 p. m.
Fon Stations ou tho Metropolltar Branah,
10.33, S10.10 a. m., 1.1S p. m for principal
statiousonly; 110.10, a. m., 14.31 ami 13.30 p. m.
Fnu GAiTiirusBona and Interme-llato points,
19.00 a. m., tis.ao. tl 40. j.ss, tll.30 p. m.
Fon llovn's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
p. m $10.00 p.m.
Oilmen Train leaves Washington ou Sun
day at lib p. m stopping at all stations on
I Fon FncDcnicK, tlO.lOa. in., 1 1.33 and ii.fO
p. m. Sundays, 1.13 p. m.
r on JiAQKnsTOWN, tio.io a ra. anu td. w p.m.
Tiiains aiuuve from Chicago dslly8.33 a.
m. and 0..15 p. m.; from Cincinnati and St.
Louis dally 6 80 a. m. and 1,55p.m.; from
Pittsburg, 'ass a. m., 17.80 and 9.35 p, ra.
Fon rmxAnELniiA and Wilmington, dally,
8.1.1 a. m., 8.03, 4.SO and 11.30 p. m. BulTut
Parlor Cars on tho 8.13 a, in. and 4.80 p.m.
trains, slceplngs Cars on the 11,30 p. in.,
open Jit O.OO p. a.
1'on"' iNTRrtxEDUTE roiNTs between Daltl
more and Philadelphia, 0.30 a, ni , 3,03 and
14.80 p ra.
Tiiains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
dally, 8.30, 11.00 a. in., 1.50, 7.00 p. m. und
Except Sunday. Dally. SSundny only.
Baggago.colled for and cliookod at hotels
and residences on orders left at tloket offlues,
Ull) nud 185,1 Pennsylvania avenuo.
W. M. CLE.MENTS, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Gen. Manager, Uen. Pass. Aal.
Chosapoalco and Ohio Route.
Sehedulo In effoct FEBRUARY SO, 1889.
Tialns leave Union Depot, 6th und B strectB.
10.37 A. J!. For Newport Nows, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrive In Old
Point at 0 35 ii. m. and Noifolk at 7.00 p.m.
Through parlor cars to Old Point Comfort
dnlly, except Sunday,
11:81 a. ji. For stations on tha Chosapeako
and Ohio In Virginia. West Virginia nnd Ken
tucky dully, bleeping cars Washington to
ChnrlottOBvllloand charlottsvlllo to Cincin
nati. Sunday train runs only to Cltttou Forgo.
8:30 r, m. Fast Western Express dnlly,
Solid train, with Pullman Huflot bleoplug
Cnrs to mum Hie; Pullman sen Ico to Clnclii
lintl. St. Louts, Memphis Hiul New Orleans,
Ofllce, 013 Pennsylvania nvonuo.
II. W. FULLER,
Gun, Puss. Agent
John Rtan, M'eV. John SrAnTitsuN, Treas.
Fataisco Oil k Grease Co.,
110 S, CALVERT ST BALTIMORE, MD.
P 5p f- -y-- p-- 5v- --r-" "P
LUBRICATING OILS & GREASE
V0313tISaiOXHJlS OI VJ3UDS.
ri S. MUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO-
'X twy iiih'i.v. f 58 La. aye., opp. City Uali.
Department of Arh and Sci-
nn PP5 oeoroetow:.' COLt.l'.(1i:,
biiuca Founded 178t. colleglato and
Vn-rnrntorv Courses. Trims: llavHeholnrs.
Wlyerycar. Half hoanlers, 81,0. Hoarders,
Apply to tho Prrslilent, '
J. HAVENS RICHARDS, H. J.
Medical Depnrtmeiu (,.,:0'v
MEDICAL SCHOOL, K0 II street n. w. Es
tablished 1B5I. Apply to
O. L. MAIIRtlDHIt, M, D DrsK,
815 Vermont nveniio n. w.
Law Department !r'(,VN II $
l-CHOOL, Comer Sixth nnd F streets, n. w.
Estnhllstied 1870. Apply to
S. M. YEATMAN, Secrotnry.
REV. J. HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J
u i: (1 T O It .
rilANNEH'3 STENOOItAPHIO AND TYPE
J. WHITINO BUREAU,
Conducteil Personally hy
HUDSON C. TANNER,
(Late Chief Stenographer, Now York State
Legislature) und Supremo Court.
No. 1315 F Street (Sun Building.)
Expert Shorthand nnd Typewriting Work
Sollcltrd nt tho Usual Rates. STUDENTS In
Shorthand nnd Typewriting received at any
time. Stenographers furnished huslncss men.
Circulars, Telephone Call 1177-8.
SPENCERIAN BUSINESS COLLEOE, COR.
7th und I) sts. n. w. Founded 18CI. Lo
cation central; commodious halls; appoint
ments complete. Moro than 50,noo young men
nnd women havo been trained for business In
theSpencerinn Colleges of America. Day nnd
night sessions. Tuition fee moderate. Fiyo
court's: Business Course. Shorthand nnd Tyjxil
writing. Practical English, Spencer's Rapid
Writing, Reading nud Oratory, Delsarto
method. Business men furnished with com
petent employes. Illustrated announcements
fri-n. HAItA A. SPENCER, Vlco-Prlnclpal.
HENRY C. SPENCER, LL. II., Principal.
riMIE BERLITZ SCHOOL 671 LANGUAGES.
TERMS BEGIN NOW.
VS1 Hth street northwest.
T IISS IIALCIls""ciVIL SERVICE IN8TI
JM TUTB AND BUSINESS SCHOOL, 1307
loth st. ii. w. Open nil tho year. Pupils pre
pared for nil examinations.
MT. VERNON SEMINARY. 1100, 11, 1100,
. 1110 M st. nnd 1188 llth st. Boarding
and Bay School for young Indies ahd little
Fourteenth year opens Wcdnoxday. Ootober,
for reeentlnn nf linnfillnir nnnllH. Tltir,!ntf.
3, for reception of boarding pupils; Thiirsdny,
Octohtr 4, for reception ofilav pupils.
r reception or nav pupils.
MRS. E..I.SOMl'.RS. Principal.
310XVV TO T.OAX.-
Adiertlteinenti under thli head, four llneior
lets, 85 centifor one Insertion; 60 centifor thi ee.
VMMMMM V'MMAA.A AAAVWV,Muvvt
MONEY TO LOAN
III sums to suit.
P. A. DARNIELL, 083 Fst n w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
llrst-chisssccmllles ut lowest rnte'uf
rest. No delay where security Is good.
ONEY TO LOAN
III mims to suit
On Approved Ileal Estate Security.
B. II. WARNER CO,.
, am F st. n. w.
ONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit ntlowest
rates on approved real estate seonrlty.
B. C. HILL, cor. 8th nnd F sts.
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
lowest rutes on npprnvral real cstato
security. A. T. COU.MBE. 1 lil N. Y", nv.
jiotj:i.s Axn juwaujiaxts.
Comer lAtliirect and Pennsvlvniilanvo.
Newlv fiirnNlieil. Klrst-eluss In nverv n-jr.
tlrular. Rates $.1 and upwards per day,
MORGAN J. SHERMAN. Proprietor.
F ARRIS HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN
&2.50 and $-) per day; Pa. ave., het. nth
und llth streets; special rates to parties and
Corner 15th and I streets northwest,
Opposlto McPuorson Snuaro
II. M. CAKE,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
INGTON. Arrangements can bo mado for
RECEPriONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo
WASHINOTON, D. C.
O. G. STAPLES, lata of Thousand IsL House,
X 1101 N. Y. AVE., COR. HTH ST.
Permanent and transient guests accommoda
ted. Modern Improvements
Cars to all purts of tho city pass tho door.
MRS. M. J. COLLF.Y. Proprietress.
miiK mrniTT. "
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS-$3,00 and 84.00 Por Day.
JL A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
.TAMKS II. 11HESI.IN, Proprietor.
T. JAMi:3 UOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
WASHINOTON, D. G
ROOJIS EN SUITE AND SINGLE,
During the past suiumcr a new addition
has been cfected containing tha most luxu
rious restaurant rooms In tho city.
no20-m TH. FELTER, Prop.
SJVlll li CUSTOM OH
Let ' riUUUDICK
provent your enjoying tho
now well attested he.ientsof
NAME, NATURE, RESULTS
as slight familiarity will
prove, Recommended hy
Prominent Dentists evory
whore; among them Dr.T. B. Arnold. 187 W,
3lthSt., N.Y., writes; "It has no ennui for
POllSlllllg 1110 TCCll! nnu jiuiuuinui; inu
8, L. Wiilitt.
8. II. GWTNNK,
Vermont nve. mid I.st. n, v.
Cholco Grocorlos, Meats and Provisions.
The Best Goods nt tho Lowoat Prices.
Marketing delivered frco.
SUPERIOR BIRD FOOD.!
, seeds, Mocklnc-BIrd Food, Bird D.iln-
' nos,llirilllcaillUll-Blurrr,iwuiuui, '
,... i, i rn. A....nl l.-lul, lyi,npn,l
11I9VI M, iu, ,iu(,itn .... ,....
' ny uisnur, ins Dim man u uauiiiiuii;. -,
Sfd. America's most experienced Bird ,
' runner rurriuu nj jmihv.,',,, .,,,,
, ulits mid Grocers, AK J'ou llitiior's,
' Tako nu oilier
An Incipient Hint.
The Eighth Massachusetts Regiment, who
aro quartered at Odd Fellows' Hall, on
itfoveuth street, nearly caused a riot last
evening shortly after 11 o'clock. Ofllccrs
Hamilton and Kctinoy had nire6ted one of
their command and placed lit ill In the
Fourth 1'rccluct patrol wagon, when liU
comrades discovered his position and at
tempted a mcuo. Hundreds of them
swarmed around tho wagon, but tho ofllcers
succeeded In holding thorn back until assist
ance arrived from tho First, l'rcciuct. When
thoy Hindu their appearance the crowd
slowly dispersed and order Was restored.
Yesterday tho lady clerks iu the Patent
Office had to bo relieved from duty because
of tho outrageous behavior of tho Pennsyl
vania troops quartered lu that building.
" "! Z--ta2yiByMi3iB
OLD RIP VAN WINKLE
went up into the C.itskill mountain! to tako a little nap of twenty
years or so, and when ho wakened, ho found that the " cruel war was
over' tho monthly magazines had "fought it over" the second time
and " blown up " all the ollleers that had participated in it. This much
is history;- and- it is" aleo fin histor teal fact that, during the wiino period, I
Dr. rievoo'rr, Golden Medical Discovery had become the most celebrated,
as it is the most effective, Liver, Blood and Lung Remedy of the
age. In fact, it is the only medicine for purifying the blood and
curing all manner of pimples, blotches, eruptions, and other skin and
scalp diseases, scrofulous sores and swellings, nnd kindred ailments,
possessed of such positive curative properties as to warrant its manu
facturers in soiling it, as they arc doing, through druggists, under- a
positive guarantee that it will either benefit or cure in evory case, or
money paid for it will bo refunded. It also cures bronchial, throat
and lung -diseases. Even Consumption (which is Lung-scrofula) yields
to its marvelous curative properties, if it be taken in time.
Copyright, 1888, by Wom.D'8 Dm-ENHAiir Mkdiu.ii, Association, Proprietors.
v Q r?T jf .s OJb'Ji'JiSJrmP for an Incnnibte caw! of
q?ouU . .. ciaret '"'i? He y
WWm , SYSllTOMS OF C'ATABttll.-IIiiidnche. obsf ruction of nose, discbarges
' (fsPsV ' lolllnir Into throat, sometimes profuse, watery, nnd ncrld, at others, thick,
f YtV tenacious, mucous, purulent, bloody und putrid ; eyes weak, l Inglng In cars,
. N .? deafness, difficulty of clearing throat oxncctonitlou of orrcnslvu matter:
if breath offcnslvo; smell and taste Impaired, and general debility. Only a
;...& few of these symptoms likely to bo present nt once. Thousands of cases
' ri-Buib iu cunsunipiion, ana enu in tno grave.
Hy Its tnlld, Boothlng, antiseptic, cleansing, nnd healing: propertied, Dr. Sago'i Remedy
cerce tho worst cases. Only 50 cents. Sold by drugglsta everywhere.
The Vlhltlng aillltnrj Pay Their lie
specls to I'rointncnt Men.
Tho visiting military lio remained In the
i lty yesterday took occasion to serenade '
those 'whom they most admired, and tbo
result was lots of music, Bpccchcs and '
Senator Spoonor ot S5 First streot north
east gavo a reception to a number of visitors
from Wisconsin, Including Oovernor Hoard
and his stall. Senator and- Mrs, Spoouer
were assisted In receiving by K.prescnta
tlve and Mrs. La Kollettc, Representative
anil Mrs. Clark, Representative and Mrs.
llaugcir, Mr., and Miss Cawcll and -Mrs.
Cole, nee Caswcll,and Senator Sawyer.
Oovernor Foraker of Ohio was serenaded
at the Kbbltt Uofiso yesterday afternoon by
tlio Yniiuc; Men's Illalno Club of Cincin
nati. Tho (lovcmor made a Republican
speech, which was loudly cheered.
Tho Lincoln Club of CInelnuntt serenaded
Senator Shcnnnu yesterday at his residence
on K street, near Fourteenth street. Tho
Seuator In responding to the compliment
stated that ho was one of. its first members.
Senator nnd Mrs. Sherman received tho
members of tho club.
Senator Hawley held an Informal recep
tion yesterday afternoon nt Ids residence.
Hon. Win. Walter Pfielps was serenaded
by tbo Phelps' Guards of Patterson, N, J.,
nt tho Nonnandle,
President Harrison gavo a special recep
tion about 0 o'clock last ovenlug to about
00 persons, comprising the Hoys in lllue of
Troy, N, Y,, and their wives, and the Cleve
land Grays, an organization which, in 1341,
escorted William Henry Harrison through
I.1LVVINO IN DltOVliS.
Fifty Thousand Persons Depart From
the City To-Ihiy.
It Is estimated that over K0,000 people loft
Washington to-day. Kvery out-going train
Mas filled to Its utmost capacity, but there
was no noticeable decrease In the crowds
that throng the stations. It is very differ
ent from the enthusiastic, merry, jubilant
crowd that surged through theso samo gates
before Inauguration. Tho women are
Jallld, most of them, have colds contracted
rom standing In tho rain, and tho men
weary, limp nud spiritless. They cheered
tho new President and now their voices havo
much tho sound of a rusty ille being grated
against n piece of metal. The demand for
berths In tlio Pullman cars was never
greater and tho man at the ticket offlco is
Kent very busy.
, A number of military companies nud po
litical clubs left for home to-day. Thoy
boarded their special trains at Maryland
avenuu and Ninth street.
The Klghtli Mossachubctts Regiment was
tlio first to leave. Thoy marched down tbo
Avcuuo from their quarters beforo 7 o'clock
this morning. They were followed an
hour later by the Third Connecticut Regi
ment, who left Inn special train often cars.
Tho Wldo-Awako Club of Hartford had
Ihelr car attached to tho train.
This morning Drake's Veteran Corps of
Klirabeth, N. J,, headed by their band,
visited all ot the public buildings. They
left for homo at 2U this afternoon.
A Deli-trntlun From Clilrngo Who nro
TnnolhiK lu Style.
Tho South Water Street Harrison and
Morton Club ot Chicago still linger In this
city, and this cannot bo wondered at con
sidering the luxiulutis nppolutmcnts ot
their special train, which uoiv lies at tho
head of Now York avenue.
This is one of the inott popular nnd pow
erful political and social organizations lu
Chicago and did excellent servlco lu tlui
last campaign. They i-pend no money lu
tho legitimate expenses of tbo canvass, and,
thoiigii all prominent biitlncss men, thoy
dcioti'd their llmo and attention to tho suc
cess of the part', though their private In
terests might Buffer Inconsequence.
Tho members of tho organization, accom
panied by tho ladles of their families, left
C'hfciigo Suturda) lu a special train of Pull
man ears, and after a delightful trip,
reached this city Sunday. .Mr. Daniel l.aco
Stcunrd of tho l.claiid Hotel, Chicago, has
charge of tho ctilliiaiy department, und
light royally docs ho execute his duties, It
s n revelation l.itllno with tho club ou their
train, a revelation that ono would not ob
ject to prolonging ludellnltely.
The following gentlemen aro members of
the committee of nrrnngeincuts and to
their good hard w urk should be credited tho
comfort and pleasure of tho excursionists;
Colonel It. M. Littler, chairman; J, 11.
Harnett, Samuel l'age, C. II, A) res and
(leorgo Lynn. Tho organization will leave
for home to-ulght nt Vi o'clock, well satis
fied with their trip.
DruggUts sell and recommend Salvation
Oil. Prlco only 2.1 cents a bottle,
A public benefactor, Dr. Uulll Whyt Be
cause lie dUcovered Dr, Bull's, Cough Bymp.
Tin: wiAour. kkakon.
'Hie ltiiscbnll Kclicdulo Flnully Agreed
Tho League baeball season begins ou
April 24 and closes on Octobers. Wash
ington opens nt homo with Philadelphia
and has Cleveland for an -antagonist; ou
Decoration Day. Abroad tlio Senators got
the cream of the holidays, playing In Chi
cago on July 4 and in Boston on Hunker
Hill day June 17. By unanimous consent
i tbo League one game scheduled for Bos
ton nt Washington on May 7, Is transferred
to Boston for Juno 17, givlug two games ou
The following is tho Washlngtous'
WA8IIINOTO.V AT HOME.
With Boston May S, 4, 0; August 1, 2,
.1; September 10,20,21.
New York .Juno 1,8, 4,15: July29. 30, 31;
September 10, 17, 18.
cuicago .May 17, is, .u, ai; JUiy s, u,
': September, 3, (J, 7.
Philadelphia April II, 25, 20. 27; June
10. 11, 12; August 20, SO. 81.
Pittsburg May 2, S3, 24, "S, p. m.; July
15, 10, 17; September 12, 13, ft.
Cleveland May 28, 20, 30, a. m. and p.
m.; July 18, 19, 20; September 2, a, 4.
Indianapolis May 13, 14, 15, 111; July 11,
12, 13; September 0, 10, 11.
Bostou Junu 13, 14, 15, 17; July 22, 23,
24; August 23, 23, 24.
Now York April 20, 30; May 1, 2; July
25, 2(1, 27; August 20, 27, 28.
Chicago July 4, a. m. nnd 'p. m., 5, 0;
August 15j 10, 17; September 30; October
' 1'iilladclplila May 8, 0, 10, 11; JuncO, 7,
S; August 10, 20, 21.
Pittsburg Juno 21, 23, 20. 27; August 8,
0,10; September 23, 24, 23.
Cleveland Jnne 88, 29; July 1, 2; Au
gust 5, 0, 7; September 20, 27, 28.
Indianapolis June 19, 20, 21, 22; August
12, 13, 14; October 3, 4, 5.
The schedule of the other clubs Is as fol
lows; Boston at homo With New York May 8,
0, 10, 11; June 0, 7, 8; August 10, 20, 21.
Philadelphia Juno 1, 3, 4, 5; July 29,30,
31; September 10, 17, 18. Chicago May 28,
29, 30, a. in., p. m.; July 18, 19, 20; Septem
ber 9, 10, 11. Washington Jnuo 13, 14, 15,
17, a. in., p. ra.; July 22, 23, 21; August 22,
23, 21. Plttsburg-May 13, 14, 15, III; July
11,12,13; September 5, 0, 7. Cleveland
May 17, 18, 20, 21; July 8, 0, 10; September
12, 13. 14. Iinlinnapolls-May 22, 23, 24, 25;.
July 15, ID, 17; September 2, a. m., p. in., 3.
Pittsburg ot home Willi Boston Juuu
19, 20. 21, 22; August 12, 13, 14; Octobers,
4, 5. New York July 4, n. in., p. in., fl, 0;
August 15, 10, 17; September 30, October
1, 2. Philadelphia Juno 23, 29; July
1, 2; August 0,0, 7; Scptemlier 20, 87,
28. Chicago April 21, 25, 20, 37;
Julv 29, .TO, 31; August 29, !!0, 31.
Washington Jimo 24, 23, 20, 27; August 8,
9, 10: September 23, 21, 85. Clovcland
April 29, 30; May 1, Si; July SJI 20, 27;
September 10, 17, 18. Indianapolis Juno
1, . 4, 5; AugiiBt 1, 2, 3; August 20, 27, 23.
rnilaiieipiiia at Home. tin iiostou
April 29, .30; May 1, 2; J nly 25, 2(1,37;
August 20, 87, 2S. New York-May 3, 4, 0,
7; July 22, 23, 24; September 19, 20, 21.
Chicago Slay 13, 14, 15, 10; July II, 12, 13;
September 2, 3, 4. Washington May 8, 9,
10, 11; Juno 0, 7, 8; August 10, 20,81. Pitts
burg May 28, 29, 30, a. m., p. in.; July 18,
19,80; September 9, 10,11. Clecland
May 22, 23, 24, 23; July 15, 10, 17; Septem
bers, 0,7. Indianapolis May 17, 13,20,
21; July 8, 0, 10; September 12, 1,1, 14.
New York at homo With Boston April
24, 85, 20, 27; June 10, 11, 13; August 29, 30,
31. Phlladelplila-Juuo 13, 14. 15, 17:
August 1, 2, 3; August 22, 23.24. Chicago
May 22, 23, 24, 25; July 15, 111, 17; Septem
ber 12, 13, 14. Washington April 29, 30;
May 1, 2; July 25, 20, 27; August 20, 27, SS.
Plttsburg-May 17, 18, 20, 21; July 8, 9, 10;
September 2, a. m p. m.( 3. Cleveland
May 13, 14, 15, 10: July 11, 12, 13; Septem
ber 9, 10, 11, Indianapolis May2S, 29, 30,
n. iu., p, in.; July 18, 19, 20; September 6,
Chicago at homo Willi Boston June
28, 29, July, 1,2: August 8, 0,10; Septem
ber 83, 24, 25. Now York-June 21, 83, 20,
27: Aueust 5. ll. 7: September 80. 27. 23.
Phllndelphln-Juno 10, 20, 21, 22: August
12,13. 14; October 3, 4,5. Washington -July
i, a. m., p. in., 5, (I; Aueust 15, 10, 17;
September 30, October 1, 3. l'ltUburg 8, 0,
10, 11: June 11, 12, 13; August 22, 23,81
Cleveland Juno 1, 8, 4, 5; August 1, 3, 2;
September 10, 20, 21. Indianapolis Juno 0,
7, 8, 0; July 22, 23, 31; September 10, 17, 18.
Indianapolis at homo With Iiostou
Juno 24, 23, 80, 27; August 5, 0, 7; Septem
ber 20, 27, 23. Now YorkJuno 88, 29;
July 1, 2; August 8, 9, 10; September 23, 81,
25. Philadelphia July 4, a. m., p, m., 5,
0; August 15, 10, 17; September 30; Octo
ber 1, 2. Chicago-April 89, 30; May 1, 2;
July 25, 20, 27; August 10, 20, 81. Wash-!iujtnn-.luuo
10, 80, 31, 22; August 13, 13,
14; Oct. 3, 4, 5. Pittsburg May 3, 4, 0, 7;
Juuo 14, 15. 17; 8eptcmiier 19, 20, 21.
Cleveland-April 24,25, 20, 27; July 11,
13, 13; August 23, 23, 24.
Cleveland. ,at homo WUU Boston July
4 n. m., ji. m., C, 0.; August 15, 10, 17; Sep
timber 30; October 1,2. Now York Jmio
til, 20, 21, 23; August 12, 13, 14; October ii,
4, 5. 1 hiliidelphla Jimo 84, 25, SM, 2 ,
August H, o, u; September 23, 34, 20. Gh
cogn-Mn) 3, 4. 0, 7: Juno 14, 18. 17; Aitgni-t
20, 27, i.8. Wnshlngton-88, 29; July F, 5;
Augnst 5, 0, 7; Sept cm her 20, 27, 28. Pitt
hurg liinpfi, 7, s, 10; July SRLSKI, 81; Au
gust IU, 80, 31. Indianapolis Mnv 8, 9, 10,
11; Jul) 29, .'i0, .11: August 29, 110, 31.
The following Is tho Amerln.in Ahsobln
thirties nt home With Brooklvn -ApllI
17, 18, 20, 811 Juno 89, 30; July,
I; Stptnnl.rr- 17, 18, 19. With Bill
tluioir Juno 83, 81, 83 S.11; August 0,
7, 8; Ortnlicr 18, 13, 14. With Columbus
jiiiru mw, x.i, 1, .June lit, jm, mi, m ,epfc.:iM
lerSS, 89, 30. With Cincinnati May 30,
tno gr.mes; .lima l. 3, July 23, SM, 23; An
gustHO, 31, September 1. With J.otilsvllM
June 8, 4, 5, ll; August 2, 3, 4; Hoptcm
Ier78.. With St, Louis June 13, 15,
10, 17; July m, 31; August, V. September
18, 14, 15. With Kauoa City-Juno 8, 0,
10, 11; July 87, 28,89; September 3, 3, 4.
Baltimore at homo With Brooklyn
April 22, 23, 21; August 87, 28, 23; October
8, 9. 10, 11, With Athletics Aprll-'ai, 3(5,
27; May 23, 27, 28, 29; September 81. 33, 81.
With Columbus April 17, 18, 19,20;. Juno
27, 28, 29; October 3, 4, tt. With Clhclnuatl
June 3, 4, 6, 0; August SS, 8, 5; September
7,9,10. With Louisville Jnne 13; 14, 15,
17; July23,24, 23; August 30, 01 ;BepUmber
2. With St. LoulB-4tino ft, 10, II, 12;
Jtily 20, 27, 29: September 3, 4, fl. Witrr
Kansas City May 30, two guinea; 81; Jnotv
1; July !, ill: August 1; September 12y 13,
Columbus st home With Brooklyn"
Moy 25, 20, 27, 28; August 0, 7, 8; October
12, 13, 14. With Athletics Aprir.,29,0;
August 27, 28, 29; October i, 9, 10r II,
With Baltimore May 8, 3, 4, 5; July 1,
20,21; September 17,'18, 10, With Clncln-Uatl-Junn
8, 0, 10, 11; July 29, ',10, 31f Sep
tember 12, 14, 15. With KoulsvlIIo-May'
SO, 31; June 1, 2; July 20; 87, 28; September
3, 4, 5. With St. Louis June, 3, 4, 3, 0;
July 22.23, 24; AugustSO, 31; September
1. Willi Kausos City Jnuo Jilt 14, 15, IB;
August 2, ll. 4; September 7. 8, 9.
Cincinnati at liome With Brooklyn -May
11, 13, 18, 14; July 13, 14, 15; August
28, 84, 85. With Athletics May 7, 8, 9, 10;
July 0, 7, 8; August 18, 14, 15. With
Baltimore-May 10, 17, 18, 10; July 3, 4, ;
August 10, 11,13. With Columbus Mnv
80, SI, 22, lit;' July' 10, 11, 12; August If,
18, 20. With LonlsvlUe-rMuy 4, 5, fl;
August!, 87, 28; October 3, 4, 6, 0. With
St.-louls April 17, 18,19.20! July 1880,
21; October 12, 13, 14. With Kansas CUV
April 21,22, 23f June 20, 31, 23,83; OeloW
8, 9, 10.
Loulsvilln st home With Brooklyn
Mnv 7, 8, 9, 10; July 10, 11, 18; August 17,
18, 20. With Athletics-May 11, 12, 13, 1 1;
imy t. i t, iiiKii)if iu, ii- im iiuu i9.il
tlmore-.May 20, 21, 23, 23; July fl, 7.8;
August 18, 14, 15. With, Columbus May
10, 17, 18, 10; July 13, 14; 15; AugtratSi,
21,25. With Cluclnnatl May 23r SWa?,
3S;. August 7, 8, 9; September 17, 18, 10.
With bt. Louis April 21, 22, 23; Juno 20,
28,23,24; October 8, 9, 10. With Kansas
City April 17, 18, 19,80; July 18, 20, 21,
October 12, 13( 14.
St. Louis at home Wllh Brooklyn May
10, 17, 18, 10; JuW 3, 4, 44. August 10, 11,
12. With Athletics May 20', 21, 23, 2.1;
July 10, 11, 12; August 17; 18,80, With
Baltimore Slay.ll, 42, 13. 14; July 13, 14,
15; August as, 21, 25. With Cblumbus
May 7, 8, 0, 10; July 0, 7, 8: August 13, 14,
15, With Cincinnati April 25, SM, 27, 28;
June 23. SO, 27; September 81, 23, 33. With
Louisville April 89, 30; May 1, 3; Jun 29,
,30; July 1; September 20, 20, 28, 89. With
Kansas City May 21, 25, 20, 37; AiichsK
80, 27, 23; Octobers, 5,0.
'Kansas City at home With Brooklyn
May 20, 21,22,23; July 0,7, 8l August 13,
14, 15. With Athlctlcs-May 10) 17:18, 19;
July 13, 14, 15! August 22, SM, 25. Witli
Baltimore-May 7, 8, 9, 10;' JulylO, 11, 12;
August 17, 18, 20, With Columbus Hay
11, 12, 18, 14r July 3, 4, 4; August 10 11,
12 With Cincinnati April 29, 30, May I,
2; June 29, 30: Jhly'I; 8cptmbeT, SM, 20.
witn Louisville Apni bo; x,-jt, -js; juno
20, 27, 23; September 21, 23, 23. With St.
Louis May 3, 4. 5, 0; August 7, 8, 9; Set
tember 18, 10, 29.
The sessou will open April 17 and'closij-1
IT WAH A SUICIDE.
Verdict of the Coroner' Jurj on
fleurte Mack's Death.
Coroner PattcrBon held Hn Inquest this
morning over the remains of George Mack,
who was found dead In a mud puddle last
Monday morning. The deceased wnsat tbo
house of John Ellcr, No. 43 N street north-eunt-,
about 7 o'clock Sunday evenings 'W-
i-uber and bad no money about htm. Ho
had Just come out of 1'rcrilmcn's, Hospital,
and told Mr. Eller that, boXelt badly-whllo
at his house.
The post mortem examination of 'the de
ceased dlscloBed the fact that: there were
two cuts on tho wrist, one quite (loop; much
blood was lost, which resulted In his death.
There were no other marks upon his per
son. Michael Downey of 1130 North Capitol
street saw the deceased about 10 o'clock v
Sunday morning at his house. After eat
ing bis breakfast he, threw- hla- overcoat
over his shoulders and went out, which
was tho last time the witness saw .him
Jacob Eller, one-of tha Jurors, testified
thai Mack told htm that, he (Mack) wax
tired of life, and that he didn't, tblblt he,
would live any longer.
The Jury returned n verdict of death
from the clfects of an Incised wound- in
flicted by a knife held In aie hands 'Of the
The I'our Hundred Mpeolals Ilellrn
Vrain. Active Service.
The 400 special policemen were muston-il
out of service at 8 o'clock this morning by
Major Moore, having served tho flvo-tlnys
term (if ol)lc,o for which (hey were up
pointed. They turned In their equipments
telubs nnd bodges), and shaking hands with
the commanding officer retired to privatn
life again. Major Moore utated to a CniTin
reporter that tho specials wero tho besttbut
ever served in this city, and bo was proud
of them and wants them, to know that their
services arc appreciated. The Commis
sioners this morning congratulated Major
Mooro for the excellent order his force kept,
ou Inauguration day,
The Appropriation 11111s.
A statement has been prepared by Chair
man ltandall of the Hguse. Appropriation
Committee which shows that for tlioacvdon
Just closed the total cxtlmatos submitted
amounted to 297,2S5,090, appropriated,
$281,878,095; the sum carried lu tho laws for
the current year, .T00,085,544j an aggrcgato
Increase of $10,000,000 moro than tho ejtl
mates. The bills appropMato as follows:
Agriculture, $1,009,770; Army, $31,300,115;
Diplomatic and Consular, $1,980,023; Dis
trict of Columbia, 5,G87,400: Fortiucatloin,
jl,805,594; Indian, &,035,724; Legislative',
dc, $20,840,5.15; Military Academy, $908,
7C0; Navy, $31,093,510; Penslou, S1,73S,
800; Pofctofflco, iIW,003,314; Sundry Civil,
$25,277,311; miscellaneous acts (estlinated)
1-5,500,000; deficiency, T10,42.1,SG0,
The Colored Editors.
At this morning's session of tho Colored
Tress Convention at tha Metropolitan A.
M. 11. Church, R. l'clham, Jr., of tho i'labi
iin'fr, read a paper on "How to Moku
Colon (1 Newspapers l'ay as Business Enter
prises," Mr. W. V. Chase, editor of thu
Iter, read a paper on "Is Negro Leadership
a Failure!'" At this afternoon's session ( t
J. Perry of tha Philadelphia Tribune roads il
paper on "Industrial Education" and B. IU
WrlKht of tho Sentinel on "The Best
Methods of Making Our People a Beading
People." Tho convention has been an ev
cclleut Indication of tha advance In cultum
inade by the colored man.
Ilie luiiiiKiirul Welemue Club.
Tho Inaugural Welcome Club holds a r
fi-ptlou for Invited guests at tlie O. A It.
Hall to-nlght, for the purpose of extend
iuc courtesies to visitors. Tho Coinmlttie
on llcccntlnn is Heury Johnson, John F
Cook, James M. Totton, ltoberl Small,
Charles I), Purvis, J. W. Colo and It 11,
l'KAiiu' Soap Is the most elegant toilet ad
IlEcnicu'sbottled Maezcrn beer. Telo
phuue call, 034-3,,