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TITE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY JEYENJNG, MAltCiyjQ, 1881).
Ki'Jlv i a. b ft urm hh.
irnj"A MEiiriNo of the stociuiolb-
L eHof tlio WASHINGTON SAFE DE
POSIT COMPANY will 1)0 held nt thoofuVu
of Ihocotnpnnyim FRIDAY, tho Will day of
APRIL, for llio election of director).- Poll)
open u( IS in. nnd close til S o'clock p. m.
HAM, ( HOB. Ho.Totnry.
GSST-NATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE.
Medical Department of tlio Colum
bian University, The Hprlnn Cours.i of Leo- i
turcswlll begin on MONDAY, APRIL 1, nto i
p. m., mid ctmtlnuo until MAY 01, For par- I
tlcnlars, nddrcs A. F. A, KINO, 31. D l
neon. T'-o'iniricnningirccr, nnrtnwosi.
A mcLtlng of tho stockholders of tho Wash
ington l.afo Deposit Company will bo held at
tlir office of tho Bald company, No. 010 Penn
sylvania atfenuo northwest. In thn city of
Washington, 1). O,, on WEDNESDAY, tlio
lTtli day of April, A. 1). 1SS9, nt i o'clock p.m.
Tho object of till meeting Is to detcrinlno
tho question of Increasing tho capital stook
of Hold crrmnanv.
WILLIAM A. OOIIUON,
w. ii. hoeke,
u. u. uuhtf.-s.
KJST-TANNItR'fl STENOGRAPHIC AND
aJ TYPE-WHITINO BUREAU.
Conducted Personally by
HUDSON O. TANNER.
(Lato Chief Stenographer, Now York State
Legislature nnd Supreme Court.)
n No 1315 F street (Sun Building).
Expert 81iort-hnnd nnd Typo-wrltlng Work,
Including foreign languages, sollallcd nt the
nsual rales. STUDENT;) In Short-hand and
Typewriting received at any time. Stenog
raphers fnrnlshed business men. Circulars.
Telephone Call, 1177-11.
J3grDH. V. CONDORY,
Baltlmoro, Md,, R12 West Lexington street,
graduated In Germany, Austria and America,
formerly assistant physician of Prof. Dr.
lllcord,, Paris. From 2u yoars' experience In
German land Austrian hospital and special
practice, guarantees n permanent euro In all
private diseases, both sexos. Skin, .Blood
Poison, Strictures nnd all diseases of tho
urinary organs. Harried or Blnglo men
troubled with organla or nervous weakness
(Loss of Sexual Powers! especially, Sterility,
disorder In the Dowels, etc. Recent or Chronic
Urethral Diseases- positively cured In 5 to 15
ray, and the poison entirely eradicated from
tho. system without tho tiso of mercury or
caustics. Tonccommodatomy many patrons
of this city, 1 will 'bo )a Washington every
Thursday from 9 a, in. until Tp, m., at.No.
338 Penna nvo. n.w.
KJ5T-EXCLU81VE NOVELTY IN NECK
asf WEAH-tho Ilanell Dncklo Attach
ment; applied tnTeck andipuff scarfs; great
est -success of tho aeason. Obtained only of
P. T. HALL, 908 F Bt. n. w.
"3IKDICAL DEPAUTMKNT OV THE
UNIVERSITY OK OEOnOETOWN.
The course unon sncclal branches will com-
menco on MONDAY, April 1, at 8 o'clock p.
ro., at the Collcgo Dulldlng, on II street, be
tween Oth and 10th, Tho Introductory ad
dress will bo given by Prof. I. W Illackburn.
tjublcot, "Tho Mlcroscopo In ilcdlelne." Tho
medical profonslon and tho public aro in
vited. For further. Information apply to
0. LiilAqitUDEIt, M. ., Dean,
818 Vermont nven up.
KTST-ASSESSOn'S OFFICE, D. C,
;' ilaroh 13, J883.
Notlco Is hereby given that all licensed
Issued to peddlers, produco dealers trading
Btlarpre, and produce doalors traklnglntbe
ceveral markets, will c.xplro on tbo 31st day
of March, 1880.
Such, licenses must bo promptly renewed by
all persons desiring to contlnuo such business
lly order of tbo Commissioners, D. C.
HOS. A. FISH,
ABses80T. D. C.
KjSfTnK WASHINGTON AIlCniTECT
S5' URAL IKON AND DMDUK WOIIKS,
EDWAHD L. DENT, JL E.,
The best facllltlos In the city for all kinds
of iron. work.
Steel Deams, Angles, etc., always in stock.
Fine Ornamental Casts and wrougbt-Iron
Work a Bpeolalty.
Kcpalrs and general machine work done In
the best manner and at short notice.
Sole Licensees In tho District of Columbia
for tho "Goetz-Mltchcll" system of Beam
Anchors and Poteotors.
Works: Cor, 83d. and. Water Streets; Tela
Office: 1413 G Street n.w.; Telephone, 4S8-2.
KSOF-IRON HOOFING, IRON CEILING,
5' Manufactured by
A.NOHTmtOP'JSCO, ritUburjr, Pa.
Orders will bo received on and after Febru
ary 21. '80, at 721 II at, n. a., by tho agent,
Great Captains, by Dodge; Tenting en the
Plains, by Mrs. E. B. Custer; Bryco's American
Commonwealth, Truth aboat'Ilussla, byW.
T. Stead; Around tho World, by. Jules Verne.
Hvcry stranger should got a copy of Pic
turcsquo Washington beforo lcavlnK tbo city.
Law books a specialty.
W. II, MOIIHISON,
TO! V Bt. n. w.
KSr rillltltlPSi I.AMAK A ZACURY,
BunJluUdlng, .... 1318 F street.
Cheaper than OTor.
Kxatulne our extensive stock beforo par
KATWAIU) a nCTCHINSON,
421 Oth st.
"THE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
ot Washington. D. C. Oil S" St. n.w..
Deceives Deposits, Loans Money, Issues
Drafts, Trocsuots a Ooncral Banking Dual
BB3. Location central and convenient. V
street cars .'and hcrdlcsrunln front of our
door; Oth streetcars, run a fow rods east of
our building; 7th Street and 11th stroet oars
nnlT two blocks awav: U street and Pa. are.
can only tbreo blocks away. B. II, WARNER,
lTesldents A. T. BlUrfON, Vloe-Prosldent;
B. S. PARKER. Cashier. Directors: Chas. B.'
Bailey, Wm. K. Barker, Alex. T. -llrltton,
Chas, C. Duncanson, John Joy Edson, Albert
V. Fox. John E. Herrtll, iBenj F, Lolghton.
Unrh JlcCulIooh, Crosby1 b.- Noyos.' M. M
Parker, O. G. Staplen, 'Gebrga Traesdell,
MenryK.WIllard. B. 11. Warner.
KSST-KINOBLEYBROB.' CREAMERY CO,
Standard Cash Prices
For onr unoqnallcd dairy products delivered
. bypurAldorneydftto Word's) wagons.
Tho best pure sweet milk, pex.qt i,,.. 8a
," " cream " lo
" " buttermilk, per qt...,, 4o
" " Bklm milk, per qt , 4o
K. B. Creamery Print Butterbur own make,
the best and purest, 43c, per pound.
Twenty-six 4-cent tickets for $1 can bo ob
tained from onr wagons or nt offloo, 99 and
101 D Btrcet northwest .
5 requisite to healthful, exert
s of well-known ponionagos
Tllt DU-WIIITU'S estubllsbment. 1410 Penn
sylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard's Hotel, for
relict from corns, bunions, diseased nails and
all diseases of tbo feet. Dr. White's twenty
ninth year of practice In Washington, D. 0.
Office fee. $1 a sitting
ktst-w. a. mbtzerott & co mubio
&' Dealers nave removed from. Penn
sylvania aveuue to their new building, 1110
V etn.w., three aoors west ot W. B. Moses
It Sons. Oldest and most estonstTO musla
tstabllshmsnt to the city.
Confectionery. Pure Candles, Cakes, Yt,
Nuts, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, at
' QKORQE W. WKIDMAN'S,
303 Pa. ave. s. o.
K5ffDR. HUNTER'S BLOOD PILLS CURB
skX gji imparities In all Its forms ana
stoics: scrofula, eoxema and akin diseases
speedily cured. Also excellent for urinary
and kidney diseases. Price $1. For sale at
HTANDIFORD'H Pharmaoy, Dth and V n. w.
Open all night,
TvST-LADIES I LADIESI LADIES!
ss" Mrs. MoCafferty Is the only hat
and bonnet-framo manufacturer In tho city,
Cull and eeo her sew shapes. Uleaohlng and
prcsalBff. Straw and Folt Ilats altered) to
the latebt styles. Orders promptly attendod
to. 1000 G street n, w.
VXJ Coal, Iron and Timber Lands.
A. T!. RANDLE bogs to call the sueolal at
tention of )iersons desiring toaoqulre suok
property In larce or small tracts at the very
lowest prices. Full particulars on applica
tion. Address SOU 7th St. u. w.. Washing.
ton, D. O.
UOMMISSIUNISUH Of UHJSUS,
C'UBUNDY, COH'II OF DEEDS AND NO.
. tary lubllo, 45S La. avo., opp. City Hall.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wbelesalo and Retail Sealers In
PAPER, BUM B0OK3 AHO STiTIORERY,
01T:ighUi Bt. N. W near Pa. At.
Orders or requests, lor quotations islwn'
persoaal atunUon, aud saMJiajjiioa cuwaa
'. ,vr;r nvr.r.
Adiei tliethttit under Ms hfail,.Jhur lines cr
lets, 25 tints for ens Insertion; K cents for tree.
Wanted '" Kxi'ientKNCEni indus
trlal flgqnts; new nnd popular plans) It
will cost nothing tu lncstlgntci no hips'to
cover! cord Wliccs for jiood men. TIIK
WASHINGTON RENEW ML ENDOWMENT
ASSOCIATION, 41 10th st. n. w. Apply from
IADIL8 TO MAKlt WORSTED ADVBR
1 tlseir.cnt Cards nt home: 1 1 to 83 weekly;
outflt.lCc. KcdgcwickNovoly Co., New Haven,
ir-. ixtj:j-3U8v in. i.axj'.o vh.
Advertisements under this head, four Unit or
ett; si etnUfor on Insertion; W cents for three.
iJXOTBn-OLD' noi.DAND SILVER
VV bought tor cash by Wilt l'EIKDB
JUC1I, tho manufacturing Jeweler, 00S 7tU
at,, oppFattnt Office.
Adttrtlttmtnti ttndtr Ml hind, four Unit cr
tin, a ttnttfor oi Inwrtlon; W cent! forthrti.
, maker and Jeweler, repairs nil kinds of
fino watches, clocks, music-boxes and Jowelrv
In the best manner nt reasonable prlocs, 1010
Seventh street northwest. Thirty -Ave years'
BUFFS CUTTING MADE- KABY-MME.
Washington's ''Dress Cutting Scalo,'
: patented, enables ovcry ono to learn to
cut all kinds of garments readily and nccu
ratcly, and sho will open a school at 1ZS) F st.
on Monday, January 8. wbcro tho system will
be taught nnd the scalo and a measure book
furnished for SO. This exceptionally low fig
uro Is named for sixty days only. Persons
learning this system aro Immediately placed
In a position to earn good wages. Ladles
needing experienced hands can obtain thorn
at tho school at any tlmo. Paperpattcrns of
skirt, waist and slccvo cut by mcasarssuent
for Indies at GO cents.
TUfiTH'S OLD STAND. 18 TIIK ONLY
tj place where flut-class sronndihnnd cloth
ing can bo sold at rosiieclable prices. Ad
dress or call at C19 D St. n.Tc.
fOK ifEvOJ'sEN'ATKPAOE'! EN
OZt) trusted with an autograph album by
a Senator-, ba9 lost It. Will tho finder rnllovo
tho hoy from troublo and receive reward by
returning t to JAMES I. CUIHSTIE, U. 8.
Adwtltemtntt vndtr tMi htad, fourllnuor
Uu, SS cintifor on inierllm: 50 ctnti for thru.
ItANK B. CONGER,
uio f street..
1IOUSE8 FOR SALE N. W. SECTION.
JInssachnscttJtavo.,4 90,000, $.W,(RX, $43,000,
$40,000, J,ooo, $25,000.
Connecticut nvo.,' 835,000, $30,000, $22,000,
Vermont nvo., $3-1,000, tSO.OCO.
Rhodo Island avo., $38,000, $30,000. J,000.
10th street, 8100,000, $73,000, $37,000.
18th street, $38,000.
I street,, JMt.WO.
K street, $31,000.
31 street, $03,000, $40,000, $30,000.
N street, JM.COO, 833,000, $17,000, $13,000.
P street, $13,000, $8,000. $7,500.
Q Btrcct, $20,000.
lilllyer Placo, $18,000.
New Hampshire ave. and 25th st $9,000.
Houses under $30,000 and unimproved prop
erty In all parts of the city.
FRANK B. CONGER,
1415 F street.
FOR SALE-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
0-rootn houses, with batn, range, etc., In
the northwest: near Oth and 7th St. oars
price only $2,b00 each: terms, $.100 cash, bal
anco $3U pcrmonth. Also on Cleveland ave,
Ore, for $2,nru
On 8, bet 10th nnd 17th st 0,000
" U st, bet 1Mb and 10th Bts O.OOfl
" 15th. bet T and U sts , 7,000
" 13th, bot P nnd Q sta.. 0,500
" (f.bct 13th and 14th Sts.wlth stablo 7,000
t" Boundary, near Oth Bt, new house. 8,000
" Marlon st, bet Oth nnd7lhnw 4,33(1
Apply to J. W. P. 31YERS A SON,
1420 New York ave.
, XOJt HAZEZOTS.
Adrtrtlstmtnti under thli htad. four llnti or
tu, !S ttnttfor one Imertlon; 50 cent) for three.
pORSALE- , .
BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN LOTS,
50x150 feet, at
On tbe B. & P. R. R., eight miles from Wash
SIXTEEN DAILY TRAINS,
Now Is the tlmo toecuro tho choice; t, loca
tions 'at bottom prices. These lota aro high,
dry, and, picturesque, . overlooking- the city
and tbe country fortnllcs around. $73 each:
only, $15. cash nnd $1 per month. Ardwlck
station adjoins this subdivision.
T. A. MITCnElL,
934 F street, (Room 4.)
R SALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTSi
In squares 817 and 608, near North Capi
tol, N and O sts. n. w.; on Una of tho Eoklng
ton street Railway, and near tbe new depot
ot Baltlmoro and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair nrloe. lone tlmd and. small .payments to
nalt purchasers." '
U. Ok. OAU11U2WIO unu
1103 Fst, n.w.
J-OIt SAZE AJfJ JtEXX.
TEAL ESTATE BULLE-HN '
, XV o
Changes made Wcdnctdays and Saturdays.
TWO STORY BRICK AND FRAME
'I " lIOUSEa FOR SALE.-
SllAstn e,fh, Ors .....$7,000
1114 and 1116 eth Bt s w, b h, 7 rs, and 1 1
hln rear 0,000
406 and 408 11th Bt s w, b b, o rs ,.... 5.000
KWiaistsw, bb.ml.Hrs ..., 6,ooo
837-39-31-83 and 35 83d Bt n W, b h, m 1, 9rs 4,500
113Htne..bbf7rs.i , 4.S5Q
230 and 222131 st s w. f h.Brs '4.30O
615 and M9 B st n e, b h, 7 rs 4,000
NtnCSOstne, f h,4rs , 3,600
38 and 42 Slyrtlo st n e, b h, 7 rs 8,400
321 to 8331 D Bt s e, f h, 0 rs 8,000
302 Oth sts e,bb,6 rs .'... 3,000
615 llth stse, hb, 8rs 2,000
009 and 911 1 Bt s o, f h.Ors 2,500
614 Oth st n . f h,7rs 2,500
800 10th st n c, b and f b, 8 rs., 2,500
837 to 841 2d Bt so, f h, 4rs 2,400
842 to 311 M BtSW.f h,4rs 2,300
13 3fyrtlostno, bh,7rs 2,000
HSKBtno.f h,6rs 1,800
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FORiSALE.
CorVaavoandiiUhBtn w $2,700
18th st, bet 1) and C s e 1,800
I'ltlikt. hct K Can and A a e 1.003
t' Per loot
K Bt, bet 10th and 17th n w $100
Del ave, bet B and O Bts no 1 80
.UCI nvv, UC, U UMU Kl n.9uu,,,,
10th st. bet M and Nstsn w
Mass avo. bet Del ave and lstst.n ei.
N o oor Va"ave and 22d stn w..,.,.,.,
Gst bet 2d and 3d stsn e. ...... .......
Sw cor 3d and L sts no,.,.,
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1105 13th st n w. 0 rs $ oo
814 D stn o.fi rs , 22 50
1229 Mass avo n w, 8 rs 2100
1406 Md avo n o, 8 rs 17 00
297thBtne, Ors 15 00
712 1st Bt n o, 6 rs 13 00
17137thstnw,6rs 13 80
8th st extended u w, 0 rs , 13 00
40920th Btnw,6 rs. 1200
001 and 0OU alley bet 9(1) and 10th and E
and P sts n w, 4 rs , 10 30
STORKS, 0FF1CE8. ETC.
Stranddwg810 9thBtn w, 7 rs $32 50
Btr and cellar 2106 14th st n w 35 50
4UI La avo, first lloor, 2 front rs 30 00
StranddwgTOlDBtso, 6rs , 3 00
Stablo rear ot UlOKst nw 15 00
613 7th stn w, rs4and6 ,u 15 00
401 7th uw, second floor, rm 6 ,r. 10 00
468 La avo, 1 backrm, third door 5 00
Cellar 1511 31 ituw,...t 3 00
REAL ESTATE INYK8T3IENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; 8 per cent., payablo.
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pro
In Bums to suit at 6 per cent.
The above Is only a portion of the property
on ray books. For full list call at office for
bulletin, Issued on tho.lBt and 15th.
Vermont ave. and J.Bt. n, w.
Choice Groceries, Meats and Provlsloas,
The Beet Goods at the Lowest Prices.
Marketing delivered tree.
505 11 street northwo.it,
Washington, D, a
Adreriltrmtnti vmtrf Hit lirnd,, four tints or
tits, IS emit for ovW insertion; VJ cent for thrtt.
1211 F (tu w,23rs.i,i,
1413 31ns. avo ,17rs.,.,
1701 It. I. aro., 17 rs
1110 ilass ava u w
12t8Jl(tII w, 15 rs
,.. 200 00
... 208 01
... 10) 07
jruun si n w, iars
KM 3fass ave, II rs 120 00
1720 Jlnss live, 17 rs 12.100
Pstn w. 12 rs.,
17(0 13th nt. n. w., 16 rs
1125 10th st n w, 13 rs
1US Mass. ave., 13 rs....,
1728 1 st n w, 13 rs
1K0 Dth Bt n w, On and store..
1018 21st stnw, 11 rs
2023 o st n w, 11 rs and stable.. ,
817 12th st n w 14 r
1510 20th stn, w, 10 rs ,
82-1 12th st n w, store and Awg
2012 Hlllycr Place, Ors,.
1640 2l6t stn w, 10 rs
141BN stnw, 10 r
mil Nstn w, 8 rs.M
' 70 00
iroi u sin w, o rs
12-lftllthstn w. 0 rs 60 00
1140 17th St. n.-w..7rs 43 00
2t)4)4thBtn w, )0rs 45 00
1538 Plerco Place, 10 rs 4100
1408 Chapln st, 0 rs 40 00
1C67 lStb nt n w, 10 r 40 00
2-toamhst. n.w.. tors 4000
1213 7th st. n. w.,drs 85,00
1330 RlggS Bt, P.-W., 6rs 35 00
1832Itlggs nt. n..w., Srs,. ...... ,...,. ,. 35 00
IPCOiethst. nlvr., 6rs !,-" 30 00
11X8 8th st. n.w., 7 r 30 00
)5242!lth St. n.w., 8 rs 25 00
2)8 )st St, 8. w., 8 rs 1500
2l0lststs.w., 6rs 15 00
W2)t st.'s.w., Ors 1500
212 1st S.-W., 6 rs 15 00
Tbeabovobonsoscan oooxonuned by per
mil from pur office only.
r THOMAS J; FIBBER A CO.,
1TOI F nt, n. T.
Jitrettltmtenb'-WdertliU had, four lines or
lets, 23 tents for one Insertion; 50 tents for three.
8WORMS,TEDT A BRADLEY,
027 Y stroet,
REAL ESTATE BROKEIt,
1010 F st, adjoining Ban Building.
Suburban property a specialty.
The Great Pennsylvania Ilouto
To the North, West and Southwest.
Donble Track. Splendid Scenery,
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Ermlpment
In ErrKCT PiBKUAnr 2-1, 1889.
Trains leavo Washington from station, cor
ner of Sixth and'B streets, as follows:
Fob Pirrenciin. and tbo West. Chicago Lira
lted,Expreis of Pullman' Vcstlbuled. Cars at
9.50 a. m. dally; Fast Line, 9.50 a. m, dally to
Cincinnati and St, Louis, with Sleeping Cars
1 rom.plttsburg to Cincinnati and Harrlsbarg
to St. Louis; dally, oxcept Saturday, to Chi-
rago, wiin niceping larAiioona ioi.mc.iEo
Western Express at 7.40 p. m" dally, with
Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago nnd St.
Louis,. connecting dnlryiat llarrlaburg with
through Hlccpers for Louisville nnd 3Iemphls.
PaclBo Express, 10 00 p. m. dally for Pittsburg
and tbe West, with through sleeper to Pitts
burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTTJIORE AND TOTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Erie, Canahuaioca and Hochester
dally; for Buffalo and. Niagara dally, except
Saturday, 10.00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WlLtuusroiiT, Lock Haven and El
mini, at 9.50, a. m. dally, except Sunday.
Fon New York nnd the East, 7.20, 9.00, 11.00,
and 11. -10 a. m.; 2.10, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.80 p. m.
On Sunday, 9 00. 11.40 a. m.; 2.10, 4.10. 10,00 and
11.20 p. ro. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Cars, 9.40 a.m. dally, except Sunday, and
0.4O p. m. iinuy, wim iJining var.
Fon Bohoh without change 2.10 p, m. ovcry
For Buooxltn, N. Y.. all through trains
connect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct-transfer to Fnltoa
street, avoiding double ferriage 'across Hew
Fob PjiiUDEUmA, 7.20, 8.10, 0.00, 11,00 and
11,40 a.m., 2.10. 4.10,6.00, 8.10 ' 10.00 and 113)
p.m.' Od Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a.m., 2.10,4.10,
6.00, 8.10. 10.00 and 11.20 p. m. Limited Ex
press, all Parlor Cars, 9.40 a. m. week days,
and 3ft5 p. m. dally, with Dining Cars.
' Fon Aixaktio ClTT, 11.00 and 11.40 a. m.
'Fob lULTUlonr; 6.33. 7.20,8.10, 0.00, 9.40, 0.50,
11.00 and 11.40 a. m 12.05, 2.10, 3 45, 4.10, 4.20,
4.40, 6X0, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p. m. On
Bimday, 0.00. 0.05, 9.50, 11.40 a. m., 2.10, 3.45,
'4.10, cio.7.40 8.10, 10.00 and 11 20 p. m.
Fon Point's Ckzit- Line, ISO a. m. and 4.40
p. m. dally, except Snnday.
For AMNArous, ISO and 9.00 a. m., 12.05 and
4.40 p. m. dally exeept Sunday. Sundays,
1.00 a. m 4.10 p.m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG!
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
Fon ALSXAHnaiA, 4.30, 8.35, 7Ji5. 8.40, 0A5,
10.57 a. m., 13.04- noon, 2.05, SAO.iX,, COO, 6.01,
8.C5, 10.03 and. 11-87 p, m. On Sunday at 4.30,
9.45,19.67 n,m., 8.80, 0.01, 8.09 and 10.05 p.m.
AnxUMOttATioit for Quantlyo, 7J23 a, m. and
6.00 p, m.welcdky.
Fob lticiaoND ana the South, 4.80, 10.57 a.
m. dally, and 3.40 p.m. dally, oxoept Bunday,
Truxs IXAVR Alexandria for Washington,
6.05, 7.05, 8M, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 a. m., 1.20,
3X10, 3.21. 6.10. 8.30, 7.05, 8.32, 1143 and 11.05 p.
m. On Sunday at B.10 and 11.07 'Ok ,m., 2.00,
610 7.06, 9.32 and l0.4!)Ti.m. ' '
Tickets and Information at theofBce, north
east corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl
vania, avenue, and at the station, where
, orders can be left for the checking of baggage
to destination from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUSH, J. It. WOOD,
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio1 Railroad.
Scbedulo In Effect March 10th, 1889,
Leave Washington from Station Corner of
now Jersey avenue ana u street.
Fon Chicago and Northwest, Vestlbulod
Limited express dally 8.53 o, m.,, ex press 9.03
Fon Cinctnnatt, St. Louis and Indianapolis;
express dally, s.oo and 11.10 p-m. ,,
Fon PiTTSBuna and Cleveland, Vestlbuled
Limited express dally 8.55 a..m, and express
0.05 p. m.
' Fon Lkxinoton and Local Stations tlO.10
Fou BlLTiuaiut, week days,, 5.00, 0.30, 6.40,
7X0, 8.30, 9.30 (45 minutes), 9.45, 11.25, (45 min
utes) a. m,r 12,10,, 2X15, . 2 30, (45 .minutes); 8.15
(43 rolnntes) 8.25, 4.30, 4.85, 5.30, 8,15.8.45,7.80,
8.00,9.45,10.30 and 11.30 p.m. Sundays, 0 30,
'8.30,9.00, 9.45)11.23 n. m.'; 1.15, 2.0,1, 2.30,3.25,
4.30,4.35,0.45, 7.30, 8.00, 9,45, 10 JO and 11.30.
Fon Way Stations between Washington
and Baltlmoro, 6.00, 0.40, 8 30 a.m., 12.10, 3.25
4.35, 6.45, iixo p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a, m., 1,15
8.25, 4.35, 0.45, 11.30 p.m.
Trains leave Baltimore for Washington,
weekdtys. 5.10, 0X0, gm 7.15, 7.20, 8.00(43
minutes), 0.00, 9 03, 10.15 (45 minutes), a. m.;
12 IS, 1.15, 2,00, 3 00, 4.15 (15 minutes), 5.00, 0.00,
6 80, 7.W, 8.05, 10.05, 10.10 and 1 1.00 p. m. Sun
days, 0 30, 7.16. 8.00 (45 minutes),- 8.00, 9.05, 103
a.m., 12.50, 1.45,2.00,1,15, 5.00,0.30, 7.50,8.05,
19 oo, 10.10 and 11.00 p. m.
Fon AnNAi-ous, 0.4O and 8 JO n, m., 12.10 and
4.33p.m. On Sundays, 8.30 a.m., 4.33 p.m.
Leave Annapolis 6.40, 8.37 a. ra 12.03, 4:10 p.
rn. Sundays, 8X7 a, m., 4,10 p. m.
1 Fon stations on tho Metropolitan Branoh,
13.33, tlO.lOa, m., 4,1.15 p. m. for principal sta
tions only, 110.10 a. rn., H 35 and 13.30 p. m.
Fon OiiTUMisBuno nnd Intermediate points,
tO.OO am.ttl2X0. t4.40. 5 35,111.20 p. m.
Fon Uotp's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
p, m., 10.00 p. m.
Cuoncu train loaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.15 p. m., Btopplng at ull stations on Met
Fon FsxnsmcK, 110,10 a. m, 14.33 and 15.30
p.m. Sundays, 1.15 p. m.
For Hauxiistown, tio.io a, m. and t5.30 p.m.
Trains AnmvH from Chicago dally 8.33 a.
m. and 9 85 p. m.j from Cincinnati and Bt.
Louis dally 0.20 a. m. and 1.55 p. m; from
Pittsburg 8.35 a. m., 17.20 and 0.3.1 p. m.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION. Fon Nkw York, Trenton, Newark and Eliz
abeth, N. J., 18 W, O.so, ll.25 a. m.. 2,30,
4.15 and 10,30n.m. Buffet I'urlor Cars on
all day trains, sleeping car on tho 10.30 p.
m., open at 9.00 p. m.
Fon PniLAPELruiA, Newark, Wilmington
nnd Chester, 18.00, 0.30, 11,25 a. m., i.30,
4. io, 's.iiuaiui 'iu.su p. m,
Fon Atlantic Citv, 11J13 a. m.
Fon intkhuedutr ixilnts betweon Balti
more and Philadelphia, 'U.30 a. in. '2.05 and,
14 80 p. in.
Trains leave New York for Washington,
8.80.tll.(X)a. in.. 1.80, 2.30, 4.43 p.m. anil
12 00 night.
Trains have Philadelphia for Washington,
4,10, 8.5 11,15a. )U tl.43. 4,!5, '5.15 and
IKxcept Sunday. I)Blly. ISimday only.
Vaggiigo called for and checked at. hotels
mid residences on orders left at tlokct oflloes,
810 and 1351 Pn. avo.
W. 31. CLEMENTS, CHAS. O. 8CULL,
Uencral Manager, . Gen. Pass. Ag't.
thosapoako and Ohio Ilouto.
Schedule In effect FEBRUARY 20, 1899.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Oth and II streets.
10WA. M. For Newport News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrive In Old.
Point at 8 35 p. m. and Norfolk nt 7.00 p.m.
Througb parlor oars to Old Polut Comfort
and Ohio In Virginia. Welt Virginia and Keu
tunsv ilnllv. BleAnlnv oars Washlnirton to
Jil A, . rur BlUllUUB UW iUO yilVBUlfVltllU
Charlottesville und Charlnttsvllie to (.Inoln,
natl. Sunday trutn runs only to Clifton Forge.
BflO v. , Fast Western Express dally.
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet, Sleeping
Cars to lxiulsvlltn; Pullman sarvloo to Clnclo
PtL St. Louis, Memphis and. New Orleans.
Jl O TJiJ.fl A Nit HKSTAUltA N TH.
rrilEIIANDALLT"" J u"-w"'rL'v
J lornrr IMIi street nnd Pennsylvania ave.
Newly fttrnlehed. First-class In every par
ticular. ItHtes $3 and upwards per day.
3IQ1IOAN J. ailKHMAN, I'roprlctor.
KA1I1UB 7ll)t;K-A3IEIUCAN PIAN
2.(0 and S3 ) cr ilny; Pa. ave., bet. 13th
and 14th streets: special rntei to parilosand
Corner 1 nth audi streets northwest,
On olto iloPberson Square.
II. 31. CAKE.
JT OTEL CHAMBKRUN,
FOR LADIES AND OENTLEMftN.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can be made for
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo
WASHINGTON, D. C.
O. O. STAFXJ5S, lato of Thousand Isl.'- nouse.
JL 1401 N. Y. AVE., COR. UTII ST.
Permanent and transient guests uocomraoda
Cars to all parts of the city pass tb door.
MRU. M. J. COLLEY. Proprietress.
WA8HINOTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TER3IS-$3.00 and $4.00 Per Dat.
JL A IJU1KT AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
Verm out Avenue.
Pro prlet or.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnth B.,
NEW YORK CTTY.
JAMKS If. imF-SLlN, Proprietor.
QT. JAMES JIOTtX,
- EUROPEAN PLAN,
.SIXTH. STREET AND PBNNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
VY ' 'WASHINGTON, D.-CV
R003IS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho -vast summer a now addition
has been erected containing tho- most luxu-
rlous restaurant rooms In tho olty.
no2041ro Til. FELTER. Tron.
The Traveler's Guide.
n'oysaml Iloitrn of Octllnpr In and
out of Wandilnirtoii.
IlcpnrturoN From II. nnd I. Station.
For Boston-2:10 p. m., dally (without
change of cars.)
For New, Ycrk-730, IKX). 0.-40 (llmltod)j
11:00, 11:40 a. m., 2.10, 4:10, 8:10, -10.-00, 113J3
p. ra. On Sundays, 9XO, 11:40 n. m., 2:10,
4:10, 10)00; 11:20 p. m. Congressional lim
ited express of Pullman parlor and dining
cars, dally at 3:15 p. m.
For Philadelphia 730, 8:10, 9:00, 11:00, 11:40 a.
m 230, 4:10, 6-00, 8:10,10.-00 and 1120 p.m.
On Sundays, 9:00, 11:40 a. m. 2.10, 4;)0:00,
8:10, 10.00 and 11:20 p. m. Limited express
parlor and dining cars, 0:40 a. m. week days,
and 8:45 p.m. daily.
ForBaltlmoro-0 35, 7:20. 8:10, 9.00, 9:10 (lim
ited), 0.60, 11:00 and 11:10 n. ra., 12:00. 2:10,
3:40 (Congressional limited), 4:10, 420, 4:40
60, 7:40, 8:10, 10-00, llSO p. m. On Sundays,
9.-00,9.-05,9:50, 11:40 a.m.. 2:10. 3:45 (Congres
sional limited), 4:10, 6.-00, 7:40,8:10, 10.00 and
For Chicago, Cincinnati and St, Louis 9 JO a,
m. (limited express and fast lino), 7:40 and
For Erie, Connndalgua, Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara 10.-00 p, m. dally excopt Sunday,
with palace cars tnltochoster.
'orwilllamsport, Lock Haven and Elmlra
0.50 a. m. dally except Sunday,
FonAnnapolls 720 and 90 a.m., 123, 4:10 p.
' m. On Sundays, 90 a. m. and 4:10 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line 730, a.m. anil 4:10 p.
;m. dally except Sunday. 7
or Alexandrla-4ao, Ota, 725, 8:40, 0:13, 10 J7
a. m., 12.-04, 206, 8:40, 425, 5.-00, 8.-01, 8:0.1, 10.05
111:37 p. m. On Sundays, 4X0, 9:43, 10:57 a.m.,,'
3X0, 6-01,8:05,10:05 p.m. ,
Accommodation for Quantlco 723 a. m., 5.00
p. m. week-days only.
For Richmond and the South 4X0, 10:57 a. mi
dally and 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday.
Fast express for Cincinnati, Lonlsvillo and
St. Louis via Charlottovlllo andChesapeaka
and Ohio Railway 8.30 p. m. dally.
For local stations on Chesapeake and Ohio
to and Including Cincinnati 1121 a. m.
dally except Sunday.
For Fort Monroe, Newport News and Norfolk
10X7 a m. dally.
For Lynchburg, Bristol, Montgomery and
New Orleans 8X0 a. no. dally.
For Lynchburg, Bristol, Cnatlanooga. Nash
vlllo nnd Memphis 6:11 p. m: dally;
For Lynchburg, Raleigh, Atlanta, Aiken,
Montgomery and New Orleans 1121 a. m.
- and 110 p.m. dally.
For Manassas, Btrasburg and way 2.30' p.
m. dally except Sunday.
For Lcceburg, Round- Hill and points on
Washington, Ohio and Western Railroad 9
a. m. dallv excent Sunday and 4:45 p. m.
Arrivals nt 11. and I. Station.
From Bostbn 10:45 a. m. dally.
j ITom new xorK onu i-nuuaeipain :iu, aw
p.m. dally, 1:42, (4:00 limited) 8:10 and 8X0
p. m. dally except Sunday.
From Philadelphia only 11.-40 a. m. dally and.
7.-05 p. m. week daysr
From Baltimore :10, 6:30, SIX), 8X5, 8:43, 0X3,
10:45, 11:40 a. CI., 1:42, 2:15, 3:10, 4K (limited).
6X6, 6:68, 7.-05, 8:10,8X0, 9:12 (Congressional
limited) and 10X3 p.- a. On- Sundays, 4:10,
6X0, 80, 933, 10:13, 11:40 a. m., 2:15,X:10, 6X5,
8X0, 9.12(ConxressIonal limited), 10:35 p. m.
From Annanolls 8X0. a. in.. 1:42. 625 D. m. On
I Sundays, 6X5 p. mi
. From Niagara Falls. Buffalo, Elmlra and ITar-
insourg uauy vjm a. m. ana o-J a. maauy
From Pope's Creek Line 8X5 a..rn. week days-
only and 6X0 p. m. daily.
From Richmond and the South 1124 a. m.,
8:40 and 11:00 p. m. On Sundays, Hilt a. ro.
and 11:00 i. m.
From Chicago and Plttsburg-6X0, 0.33 a. m.,
65, 8:10 p.-m. All daily.
From St. Louis 6X0 a. m. dally.
ITom Alexnndria-625, 7:25, 820, 0X0. 10X5,
1124 p. m., 1:40, 320, 8:40, 5.30, 6X0, 723, 9X2,
11:00, 1125p.m. On Sundays, 9X0, Hill, a.
m 2.20, 6X0, 725, 9X2, 11:00 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis via
Chesapeake and Ohio Route 9:40 p. ra.
dally. From Cincinnati and. way, 5:10 p. ra.
dally except Sunday.
From Old point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3:40 p, m. dally oxcept Sunday,
1120 p. jn. dally.
From Lynchburg, Bristol, Memphis, 3lont-
gomeiy.and New Orleans 11:13 a. m, dally,
Fiom-.Momnhl?, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch-
burg 9.40 P. m. dally.
From Lynchburg, .Riuelgh, Alkon, Atlanta,
Jtontgomcry nnd New Orleans 7.00 a.m.
and 7:13 p.m. dally.
From 31nnassas, Strasbug and Way 10:15 a.
m. HrIIv mrnnt RtinHnv.
, From Leesburg, Round flllland Points on W.
nau u, u. u..-ow u. u. uuii) uuu o.uo p. ui,
dally except Sunday,
I Departures From 11. nml O. Station.
For Baltimore o.oo, 0.30, o:w, 7:so, eao, o.ts,
U.-00 a. m. (15-mlnuto train); 12:10, 2-03, 3:15
(45-mlnuto train), 325,- 4:30, 4:35, 5X0, 6:13,
7X0, 9:15 and 11X0 p. m. On Sundays, 6X0,
8.30, 9:43 a.m.; 1:15, 2.-03, 323, 4X0, 4X5, 8:15,
7X0, 0:43 and 11.30 p. in.
For Fhlladelphta-8X0, 8:15 a. m. (limited);
2.06, 420 (limited) and 11X0 p. m. All dally.
For Chicago and Plttbnrg-8X5 a. m. (lim
ited) and 9.06 p.m., daily.
For Cincinnati and St, Louis and Indianap
olis 3.00 and 11:10 p. ra., dally.
For Annanolls 0:10, 8X0 a.m.; 12:10 aruUXS
p. m. On Sundays, 8X0 a. m. and 4X5 p. m.
Fur Galthorshurg and Way-O.00 a. m.; 12X0
4:40, 635, 7:00 aud 1120 p. m. On Sundays,
10:10 a. m.: train stops at all stations pn Met
ropolitan Branch; and 6X5 p. m. to Galthcra
burg only, dally.
For Washington junction and Principal Sta
tions on Metropolitan Branoh lono a. m.
dally. On Sundays stops at all stations,
Sunday train 1:15 p.m. . .
For Boyd's and Way 7:00 p. m, weok days,
and on Sundays at 10.00 p. ro.
For Lexington and Valley 10:10 n. m. weok
days, und on Sundays at 10:10 p. m. to Har
per's Ferry only,
For Frederick and Way 1X3 p. m. week
days, nnd on Sundays at 1:16 p. m.
Arrivals at II. unit O. Station,
From Baltlmore-12.15. 6.30, 7X0,8:10,8X0, 8:13,
10:00, 10X5, 11:15, 11X0 a.m.: 1:50,2X0,4X0,
5:15, 8X5, 7:10, 8.00, 8X5 and 11:00 p.m. On
bundays 12:15, 6.30, 8:10, 8:45, 10O0, 10X3, 11X0
a.tn.,2-10, 20, 6.15, 6.33,800,8X5, 11 $0 p. in.
From Philadelphia 6 30, 11.30 a.m.; 2.50,8.55
and 1100 p.m. All dally.
From Chicago aud Plttsburg-8.35 a. m., nud
0X5 p.m., dally, .....
From Pittsburg, Grafton and Frodcrlok
720 p.m. weok days and on Sundays from
Grafton only, ,
From Cincinnati and St. Louls-620 a. la,,
and 1:55 p.m., dally.
From Annapoll-8X0, 10.O0, 10X5 a. m.; 1:50,
6:35 p. m. On Sundays 10.00 and 10.33 u. ra.,
and 6 83 p. m.
From (lallhersburg nud way 7:40, 11:25 a.
ni.; 2.55, 7:10 and 1020 p. m. On Sunday 8 p. m.
From Washington Junction and way-823
a. m., and 405 p. m., dally oxcept Bunday.
From Boyd's and way 820 a. u. week days
only, and 1020 a. m. Sundays only.
From Lexington and Valley 4:15 p. ra., hut
Frew FK-dijrtck ami wuy-9i ft. in. dally.
AVO Tl Off HAI.r.S.
ALTER II. WILLIAMS &( .
Ily vlttuoof adced of trust fro-nthohclr'- o
William A. Bradley, dcrcasi. I. recordi' I
among tho land records of tho UMtrH't of Co
lumbia, I will offer
for snlo at auction, mi Iho promlws, on
THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
APRIL, 119, AT 8 O'CLOCK P. 31. Analos
tnn Island Is In tire District of Columbia. It
contains upwards of 87 acres of ground. It
Is beautifully situated In tho Potomao River,
opposite tho cities of Washington andOeorgo
town, from which It Is sennrated by n narrow
and deep channel. A short dlstancn above
thn Island Is tho outlet lock of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal, opening Into tho river, Tho
Island Is connected with tho Virginia shoro
by a solid masonry causowoy, and. thence by
tbo new free Iron brldgo with Washington
, TKR3I8 OF SALE:
One-fourth of tho purchase money In cash,
of which $1,000 shnll bo paid at tho time of
rale, and tho remainder 30 days thereafter,
I be residue of tho pnrohnso money to be paid
in three equal Installments, In, respectively,
one, two nnd three yearn after day of sale,
with Interest from day 'of sale ot 5 per cent,
per annum, payable semi-annually. Upon
compliance with the terms of salo tho pur
chaser will recelvo a deed for tho property,
and at the same tlmo executo a dcoif of trust,
In the nature of a mortgago, to secure the de
ferred payments. If the terms of salo. nra
not complied with In 30 days after day of salo
tho property will be resold at tbo risk and
cost of tho defaulting purchaser,
Taxes paid up to day of snlo.
Conveyancing and rcoordlng at purchaser's
TITLE GOOD OR NO 8 ALE.
IJUOPOHALH FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE
. I'OSTOFFICB DEPART3IENT AND
Wasuinoton, D, C March 12, 1889,
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received at
this Departrrent until BATUHDAY.THKISTH
OF APitIL, 1839, at 12 o'clock noon, for fur
nishing wrapping paper, wrapping paper for
facing slips-, twlno,lcltersanles, postmarking
and rating stamps, rubber stamps, canceling
Ink, pads, paper, envelopes, rubber goods,
pens, pen-holders, pencils,, Inks, muctlngo,
glass goods, rulers, folders, articles of steel,
rubber erasers, books, typo-writer suppllos
and miscellaneous stationery, In such quan
tities of the different articles, respectively,
nnd at such times nnd from tlmo to tlmo, as
they may be ordered, during the fiscal yoar
beginning July, 1680, and ending Juno. 10,
1800, for tbeuseof any branch of tlio depart
ment or postal service.
Blanks for proposals, with specifications
giving detailed statoment of tbo requirements
to bo met in i espect to each nrtlolo, and also
tho estimated nnantltles nrnhahlv tn hn re
quired of each, and giving full Instructions
ns tn the manner of bidding and. conditions to
bo observed by bidders, will be furnished on
application to tho Superintendent of tho Di
vision of the PoBtofilce Department, Washing
ton, D. C.
Tho Postmaster-General reserves tho right
to reject any or r.11 bids, to waive technical
defects, and to accept any part of any bid
and reject the other part.
PROPOSALS FOR I3IPROVINO FIFTH ST..
FROM (yTO BOUNDARY STS. N. W., IN
THE CITY OF WASHINGTON, D. O.
Omen or tub Commissioners, D, C,
Washinhton, D. C, March 21, 18H9.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
this offlco until-12 o'clock- m. SATURDAY,
3lnrch 30, 1889, for Improving 5th street from
Q to Boundary streets northwest, with curb,
gutters, sldowalks nnd roadway pavemonts.
Blank forms of proposals nnd specifications
can bo obtained at this ofQco-upon applica
tion tlicrefor, together with all necessary In
formation, and only bids upon those forms,
will bo considered. Tbo right Is reserved to
reject any and all bids or parts ot bids.
WM. B. WEBII,
CHAS. W. RAY3IOND,
Commissioners, D, C,
Importer and Tailor,
FAIL AND WINTER GOODS,
All of tbe Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOI' SUITINGS,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED,
MR.BARR personally fits all garments made
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
SPBII STYLES IN ITS.
DONLAP'SNEW YORK HATS IN SILK AND
DERBY FIFTH'AYENDE STYLE.
Recent importation of French Soft Hats,
light In weight. " ,
LuToska Umbrellas and Canes for ladles.
905 Penna. Ave.
"RICH AHD POOR."
Lildles In Diamonds nnd Dull Dresses,
Laborers with Dinner Palls und;li!ouon
now testify everywhere to tho practical ro
suits of tho
In Beauty,. Cleanllnojs and Preservation of
thn rr,.tli. lt nsn enn nlnno lmnart "The
InsAuLrsTnE," at tbo samu tlmo avoiding
the well known Irritation and annoyances of
bristles. ATALh DRVQGjSTS,
Charteicd by Congress, 1837.
Capital, $203,000, Surplus, $170,1
OFFICE: New Building, northeast corner
?th st. and LuuUlana ave.
ALBERT A. WILSON, C. W. HOWARD,
THOMAS PARKER. It. II. HAZARD,
Vlce-Prcsldrnt, Abst. Secretary,
Joira Ryam, M'g'r. John STAnniuN, Treas,
I'illlipM Oil k IH'lJilES CO.,
110 S. CALYERT ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
LUBRICATING OILS & GREASE
'ecie nwe a fc WT.
ri,iiNki.t vPiw now
or sale by
Objects -of Interest in and About the
THE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS.
Parks, Rquares, Statues, Gardens, nnd
Other Points of Attraction,
TJI12 WAV TO llliACH T1IK.M,
Woshtnirton Is fast becoming tho moit at
tractive cltyof the country. As tbe Capital ot
tbo Nation It presents more objects of Intonut
to thn visitor than any other ou thocontlnent,
and a brief directory of Its prominent Dolnts
will bo of scrvlco to tho vait number of per
sons who, annually roiort to tho political
metropolis. For It Is estimated that over throe
hundred thousand strangers pay a visit ovcry
year to this city to behold tho varlod object.)
of Interest which so thickly stud tlio blilorlo
'Ten Miles Square"
The Njstrm of Numbering limine,
Numbers are displayed over tho entrances
tn all houses, nnd tho decimal yto n, its
adopted in Philadelphia, lsused onohundrod
numbers bclnc allotted to each square or
block commencing at First Btrcot woit, run
ning west, Flint street east, running ea'it, A
street north nunlng north, and A street south
running Houth Tho odd numbers nro always
on the right-hand sldo Rolng from tlio Capitol,
and tho even numbcrr on tbo left-hand. sldo.
Tho city Is divided Into four quarters or sec
southwest, tho streets bolui; deslenatod ac
cordingly; thoo runnliic north nnd south nu
merically, nnd thoio running east and wcit by
tbo letters of the alphabet, tho dividing lines
being North andSoulliCnpltolstreots, running
on a lino duo north nnd south from tho C.ipltol
aud East Capitol street, and the continuation
on the same west of the Capitol, running duo
cast and wo it,
Thli great building Is tho central politof
the original I Istilet, and Is tbo largest edlfioo
In tho country. Its centra marks the Me
fed la not Washington, Thomlddlo portion,
Immediately under tho dome, Is tho part Qrst
built. It was partially destroyed by the
British In 181-1, but was oomplctoly restored
by 1827. It Incloses the "crypt" where tho
remains of Washington woro Intended to bo
placed, the Library, tbo Rotunda, tho old
Representatives' Hall, now tbo Oallcry of
Statuary, am tho old Senato 'Chamber, now
the Supremo Court-room, The. old Supreme
Court-room, In the flrststory.lsnow occupied
by tho Law Branch of tho Library. T!io
comci'Stono otitlio Capitol extension tho
north and south wings was laid July -1,
1851, Daniel Webster dcllvo'ing tho oration
of tho occasion from tbo balcony of tho
Llbrnry. Tho south wing contains tho Ilousa
of Representatives and tho north wing tho
Senato Chamber. Tho Rotunda is dluln
gulshed for Its hlitorlo paintings, for! tho
famous bronzo doors, with their alto reliefs,
and for BrumldPafretcolngs In tho Hall of
Statuary aro the natural pictures In Potomac
marble, representing faces of certain Ameri
can statesmen a picturesque freak of nature.
From tho llttlo rotunda, Immediately north of
the great rotunda, thostalrcaso to the top of
tbo domo begins its winding way, From the
top or mo aomo, or as tar as the visitor can
ascend, tho vlowof tho surrounding couutry
Is magnificent. Tho Capitol grounds, which
formerly were homely and formal In appear
ance, havo bocn traniformed Into a beautiful
park hnd aro nowmost exquisitely beautiful,
Tbe cast baso of tho Capitol Is 8UH feet
above ord tnary low tide in the Potomao. Tho
total height from cast base to tho top of the
templo loverlng tho domo Is 283 foot; tbe
statntoof tho Goddess of Llborty,ill)$ foot,
making tho total height to the ciont of the
statue 307HS feet, This crest Is 300 fcot
higher than the west gate of thu grounds, and
31)7 feet abovo low tldo In the Potomao, or 2 18
feet lowerthan tho apex ot the Washington
Monument, which Is Immedlatolywest. Tho
building Is 701 feet long by 32-1. wide, and
overs an acres. It Is tbo flno.it and largest
public building In the world, and In many re
spects tbe costliest and handsomest, It (s
moreover tbo growth of loss than a contury
a fact which adds to Its beauty and Interest,
Tho original Capitol, or centre but ding, Ii an
Imitation, though no not a slavish one, ot the
Malsou Carre at Nlsmos. The view from the
west portico at night, when the lamps aro lit
In the publlo grounds and tho lights of tho
city Illuminate tho darkness. Is ono of the
most beautiful and picturesque in tho
.world and is well worth a Journey of u thou
sand miles to see.
Tlio Wlllto ITouse.
From tho west baloony of tho Capitol, look
ing down Pennsylvania avenue, tho White
iHouso Is seen rearing Its snowy-bupd walls
above tbo dense 'mass of foliage that' em
bowers It, like a gigantic calla,.llly springing
up amid Its enfolding green' blades. Woro It
not for the partly Intervening Treasury
building tbe view of too Whlfo llo'uso from tho
Capitol would be lull and complete Tho
White House Is tho center of "Up-town," as
the Capttol Is tho center of- "Down-town."
It Is beautifully located, the view from the
couth windows covcilngtho wbolo southern
front of thu city, as the view (rom tho north
iup Sixteenth stroet west exhibits tho best
part of tho Northwest section to the gaie.
The White House Is a copy of tho palace of
tho Duko of Lcinstcr at Dublin, with tho
.addition ot a largo ponh on the north front,
which was added during Andrew Jackson's
administration. Tho.rci'O-vatlon In which It
stands embraces nearly 81 acres. Tim main
entrance, Is on tho north, reached by the
Pennsylvania avenue cars. It Is two stories
high on tho north. Is bulk of white frco-stono,
T70feetlongby80wldo. It contains on tho
first floor the famous Green, Red, Blue and
East rooms, tlio State Dining Room nnd tho
great conservatories. Tho Blue Room Is tbo
President's official recptlon room and .the
drawing room of tho ladles of his family, Tho
East Room, originally doslgnol for a banquet
hall, and so used as lato as 1837, and In tho
latter part ot tho century usod as a drying
room for clothes by Mrs, President Adams, Is
the largest and most noted room In tho
building. It Is 22 feet high, BO feet lung iyul
10 feet wldo. It Is open to visitors every
day excopt Sundays. Up-stalrs aro tho
Cabinet room, Ilia private offices, tho Presi
dent's ofBce, tho library and family apirt
ments. All theso rooms, oxcept tho latter,
are open to visitors, by speolnl permission, at
Due north from thuWblte IIouso Is Lafayott j
Square, the first publlo reservation In Wash
lngton that was Improved, It contains tho
equestrian Btntuo of Andrew Jackson, by
Clark Mills. Many of Its trees are old
forest monnrohs.hundiedsof years old. It Is
In part a specimen of theold formal landscape
gardening so fashionable in England two
hundred years ugo, a stylo that was Imported
Into this country. LafayttoSquarowas, ono
hundred yeurs ago, part ot a graveyard that
encloeod tho square north, on which bt, John d
Church Is built, and tho square east on whloli
aro situated tho Attorney-General's offloo
(foi inerly tho Freedman's Bank), the SurgoorC
Goiicral'siClcoand Itlgg Hank (both in tho
building formerly used as the United States
Bank), Cpmmodoro Decatur's house, corner
Fifteenth nnd a-hultand II streets, and tbo old
Club Houfo, near which Philip Barton Koy
was killed by Daniel E. Sickles, Member of
Congress from New York, Tho last bodlos
from this graveyard were not removed until
St. John's 1', I.', Church,
6t. John's P, E, Chnreh, which has often
been culled the Statu Church because more
Presidents havo worshipped there than at
any other, stands at tho corner of It and
Sixteenth streets. It was built In 1810 und
enlarged in 1820, In It havo worshipped
Presidents .UodUon, Monroe, John. Qulnvy
Adams, (though the Utter was a Oopgrcga,.
all Druggists at 60 Cents per Box.
tlonslltt) Mnrlln Van Huron (though ho be
longed to tho Dutch Reformed Churoh) liar
rlson, Tyler, Polk, Taylor, Fllmoro (though
tbo latter was a Unitarian), Pierce, llncfianan
and Arthur. Presidents Lincoln, John-nn an!
Grant havo alfo attended Dlvlna serovloes,
altlionch ne.t steadily. Its tntorior romlmls
ono very forcibly of tho old, dim English
country Eplsmpal churchos.
Tim Treasury Dopnrtmont.
Tho Treaaur Department Is east of tho
White Uouso and oxtends tho whole length of
tho front between Pennsylvania and now
York avenues. It Is C62 long by 300 feet wldoi
The central cast portion is built of freestone,
rebuilt In 1803-11, whllo the other parts wore
commenced In 189S and built of granite Tbo
Cash Room In this building Is a beau
tiful apartment In the north wlngj
tho cntrnnco to which Is from Iho north
porch. The vaults are under the Cash Room
nnd can bo sotn on a written permit given by
the Treasurer of thu Unlto I States.' whoso
office Is In tho northeast nnglo on tho first
floor. This permit must be ihown the cashier,
who will detail guides t tnVe tho visitor Into
tho great bullion chests of the country. The
old Stnto Department used to be on tho site oc
cupied by tho northoaet cornor of tho Treas
ury. IVnr, Navy nnd Stnto Department.
This edifice, onco nam6d by a Wnshluglon
Journalist tho "Trluno Building," occupies
tho wet sldo of tbo President's reservation.
Immediately west of tho White IIouso. Thu
Stoto Department occupies thu south part,
while tho War Department occupies thacntlro
northern half, It Is a new und very handsomo
structure. The most beautiful rooiq In the
Whole building la conceded to bo the library
of tbo Statu Department, with south front,
from whoo windows tho eye can sweep un
interruptedly down thn Potomao to Mount
Vernon and far over tbo Virginia hills. Tho
building Is In Italian Rcnatssanco. Itsf!U7
feet long and 313 feet wide. Its greatest
height is 128 feet, and tho flag, floating over
tho central portion, flaunts In tho breezo
higher up than any other flue In tho city, not
excepting those above the benato and IIouso
of Representatives.! Tho cost of tho building
was five mlllltns of dollars, about three times
asmuobas thoWhlto House, and, wo think,
as much as tho Capitol.
Department of Justice.
Immediately north of tlio Treasury building
nnd Just across tbo street Is tho Department
of Justice. This building was originally
erected as tho Frccdmun's Bank. Tho square
In which it Is erected Is a hlstorla ono. On
tho same street, at the cust corner, stands
Rlggs' Bank, which was built for tho acoom
datlon of tbe Washington branoh ot the
old United States Bank, The greater park
of It Is now occupied by tho clerks of tho
Snrgeon-Gonernl's Office. Around tho cor
ner to tho west Is tho CommlssaryGen
eral's Office, formerly tbe old Washington
Clab House, la front ot which Philip Barton
Key was shot by slckels, Tho tree, under
which tbo deadman's body lay, Is still stand
ing, althongh Its bark had been completely
removed by relic hunters, AL tho northwest
corner of the square, above tho Commissary
General's, Office. Is the IIouso mado famous
by tho ownership of Commodore Decatur,
where "Dolly"Madlsan lived nnd reigned so
long a social Queen after her husband's term
as President expired.
The Washington Monument,
Immediately south of the White IIouso
stands tho Washington .Monument, tho loltl
est Btructuro erected by man, and tho most
lmposlngobollsk ever constructed. It Is So5
feet abovo Its base, whloh Is, -12 feet above
tide-water. Its ouner-stono was laid July
A, 18 18, and tho capstone, forming tbo apex,
was placed In position Doeombor O, 183 1. In
It are 181, blocks ot, Inserted stones or ooppcr,
gilts from various countries and societies.
Tho total cost will bo over $1,350,01)0. It Is
situated In what will ultimately boa beauti
Tho Naval Observatory.
To tho west of tho Washington Monument
uu the highest elevation that borders tho
north bank of tbe river, between St. Eliza
beth's Heights and Georgetown College
stands tbo Naval .Observatory. Thu hill on
which It stands Is famous for Inning been
the camping ground ot Wosjilngton Brad
dock and tbe lattcr's army, when on their
march to the-fatal field, where tho English
Gcncrul fell a victim ta his, self-conceit and.
vanity. Tradition euro points oiit this hill as
tbe decisive battle-ground botween tbe Dis
trict Indians and, the mysterious Snsque
bannas. This observatory contains tho lurgost
refracting telescopo In the world, next to tho
new equatorial Just built for the Lick Ob
servatory. By Its aid that most Interesting
If not greatest, astronomical discovery ot the
country was mado, the moons of Mars. Tbo
entranco to the Observatory Is at E und
Twenty-third Btrcets northwest. TboIInrdla
cabs go to Twenty-scoond and (1 streets.
The Agricultural Department.
This building Is sltnatod oast ot the Monu
ment. It is Inclosed by tho most beautiful
and glowlng flower garden In the country,
and tbe grounds contain tbo most cumoleto
Aiborctum probably la tbe United States.
Attached to this Department are thu Experi
mental Gardens, whoso offices are immedi
ately west ot the mala building. The Belt
Line cars go right past tbe grounds.
Across Tyrelfth street, Immediately east
from the Agricultural Department, nre the
Smithsonian Institution and tho Smithsonian
Grounds. The former Is a siieclmen of th
most graceful architecture In tho city, and
the latter form the most boautlful landscape
garden In the country. These grounds ol
tbemsclvoa are worth a visit to Wahington
to see. They contain tho memorial uru to
,tho artist who designed the park, Andrew J.
Downing, and thu bronzo statue ot Professor
Henry, thu first secretary of the Institution,
Thelattcr Is at the northwest cornor ot thu
building; the Dowulng Urn is In tho centre ot
tbe grounds, two hundred yards north of tbo
east wing. The Smithsonian Is filled with tbo
most varied and Intervstlngobjets oonnoctod
with silence. It Is reached by tho Seventh
Street, tho Ninth Street and the Bolt Lino or
The National aiuseiiin.
The National Museum Is in tho Smithsonian
Grounds.' a fow yards cast of the HraUhso-'
nlan building. It contains thousands of the
most Interesting curiosities, samples of tho
lluveustoms and history of all nations. It,
as well ns the Smithsonian, Is open daily to
the publlo from I) u. tu. to 1 p, m.
Tlio Ilotunlcnl Gardens.
Passing eastward from tho Museum, oyer
the railroad bridge that spans Sixth struct,
and through the pretty park lying between
Malno and Missouri avonucs.the vlsltorcomut
to tbe entrance on Third strcnt, Just south of
Pennsylvania ayenue, of thu Botanical Gar
dens. These Interesting grounds aro qen
dally from if In the morning to 0 In tho liven
ing, T)iey were established fifty curs ago.
The conservatories are filled with tho
cholceot and rarest larelgn plants. Around
tho gardens are extensive collections of trues
nnd shrubs, In tbo centre of tbe lawn facing
tho centre conservatory Is the famous liar
tboldl Fountatn that attracted so much at
tention at tho Philadelphia Centcnul.il.
Tliq I'euco Monumuut,
Just half way across tho Avenue from tho
northeast angle of the Botanical Our den und
at thu wost foot of tho Capitol Grounds Is the
PeaceMonument. This was designed by Ad
miral Porter In honor of thu dead soldiers und
sailors ot the lute war. It Is of marble and
cost, with pedtBtal and platform, 311,00.1, It
Is proposed to remove this monument to one
ot thu iquaros on thu nortbwost suction,
Retraclug our steps wo find
The Printing; und Kngruvlng nurouii,
Tlio great money mill of tho Government Is
located at tbe corner of Fourteenth and B
streets southwest, southeast from tho Monu
ment and Kmthwost from tbo Agricultural
Bureau, Ills reached by tho Bolt Line Cam,
and Is opened to visitors every day,
Davy Hums' L'ottugo.
One of the curiosities of Washington is old
pavy flams' Cottage, ot) Seventeenth street,
near tbe river. It, may bo reached by tbe
drive south, of tbe President's Uouso. or py
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tho Metropolitan or Avenue lino of can. Next
door to it Is General Van Ness' pnee stately
mansion where he brought his bride, Marc I
Burns, ono of tho original holrosscs of Wash
ington, Corcoran Art Gallery.
Tho Corcoran Art Gallery Is at tlio rornwof
Pennsylvania nvonuo and Seventeenth stroet
opposltotho War.Navy and Stato Department.
It is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days free; on other days (oicept Sundays) n.
small admission foe Is charged, Ttrls gallery,
although not to be compared with tho treat
Old World fallerie;, Is nevertheless a very
creditable Institution for so now a country
ns the United States, It contains among other
original objects Powers' great statuo of tho
The I,oiilao Home,
The Lnnlsn-Home Is a beautiful building, at
thn corner of Massachusetts arrnuo and Fit
tetnlh street, near Soott Circle. It has ex
tensive grounds, beautifully embellished; nnd
Is a unique establishment. It Is a momorlal
to tho wlfo and- daughter of Mr. W. W
Corcoran, nnd Is Intcrded no t bono for y
ladles of,fdiicallon and birth and reflnemuntr
who have hi en reduced to poverty faunr-at-flutute
Tlio Columbian Unlverslt.T.
Coming ilown Flftrenth street ftVNU tho
I.onlsellomc. at the corner ot FlftoonVh and
II streets, the visitor tees (lie Coliicnblai Uni
versity, which occupies tbo situ of tbr old
(Irlswold Mansion. This university wsn In
rorporated as Columbian Collcgo la ltt'il,
and Is under tho spso'sl supervision of tbn
Baptist Church. It is an Institution famous
for thu discipline und thoroughness of Its
Tlin l'osloltlco Department.
Tho General Postofllco Departments dn Uw
square bounded by E, F, bovonlh nnd Eighth
streets. It Is a handsome building, although
Its proximity to Its larger nnd bolder brother,
tho Patent Ofllco, somewhat obsenro-4 Its groat
slzo and tends to lessen Its beauty. Its differ
ent bureaus possesses groat Interest, to tho
visitor, but tbu Dead Letter Ofuou Is particu
larly tho one to be observed. The collection
of emioHltles taken from tha malls la transit,
as specimens of tha uses to whloh tho Nation's!
postal conveyances are put, Is both "varied
and unique. Everything unraallablc, from an
Indian tomahawk tn a stuffed kangaroo, Is fo
bo reen In this collection, nnd It Is still grow
ing. Tin) Interior Department!
or us It Is popularly tormedrtha Patent Office,
occupies tho two squares betwacn-Eevonth and
Ninth and F and (1 streets. It, Is built In. tho
Doric stylo, and Is an admirable, speci
men of tho boldest and coldest of
the Greek styles. It contrasts finely
with tho General Postofllco, which Is Corln
thlan, tho most ornate of tbo pure Greek
modes of architecture. Tho curiosities of tho
Patent Office are tbo model rooms, wbcro
many thousands of Ideas havo been mate
rialized and exhibit themselves to the gazu In
every stage of Invention. This building, Uko
most of the Government offices, is open to tho
visitor from O a. m. to 2 p. m. Tho libraries;
of tho Interior Department are well worthy
of a visit. Tlio great Inauguration boll at
Lincoln's second term took place In tbo
Westward from tbe Parent Offlco across'
Ninth street, at its Intersection with V street.
Is tho handsome Masonlo Temple, erected In
1S08. This building Is oneof tbo most com
plete In Its arrangements of any building con
secrated to Masonlo uses In tbo country.
The Ilureau of Education.
Tho Bureau of Education is in a brick build
ing duo north of tbo Patent Office,, The. visitor
with scholarly tastes nnd Instincts will nob
fall to visit this bureau, whloh contains a jf
complete collection ot objects WuatrSttqrttwr"'
progress and condition of education through
out tbo world.
Tbo lai go brick building, on Tenth street,
between E and F streetswith a plastered
front, painted, brown, was once a Baptist
church. It was converter! about- the begin
ning of the war into a theatre; known tho
country c cr as Forces, and it was In a private
box tburo In April. 180S, that John Wilkes
Booth killed President Lincoln. Tbe latter
was carried to a ho-so Just opposltewhero
be died. A marblefablet In frontal thohouso,
No. 610 Tenth street, conmomoratos tali
fact. Tho theatre woe tbon sequestrated
tbo Government and turned, lntq tho Me.
Museum attached to tha ''P.rgooa-Gj
office A large and bactuama bt
Blnco been erected In thb Smithsonian
Just cast of tbu National Museum, which Is
now need for tho Medical Musoum. It is full
of Interesting surgical relics of tpp war, and
has the largest roeaicai library in tno world
Among tho curiosities within Its walls Is
articulated skeleton of Gultean, tbo assastln
of President Garfield, Comtnt down Tenthl
Btrcet from tho former Medical Musoum tha
visitor will nofefall to Inspect tbe maselve.aBd
boautlful Post Building, In which"! -I titrated
tbe ofllco of Tns Crone. This la tha largest
nowspapsr.establltbment.sonth of PMladel
phla and east of tho Ohio-and Mississippi
rivers. Threo'of the leading. and,, most'lntin
cntial Journals lnlhe,countr;n-ane majrnlng,
one evening (Tun Cninc) and, ono indepen
dent Sunday paper iavo their home In this
The Geological Ilureau.
TlicCeologleal Snrvey Is located on F.ijtrtet,
near tho Ebbltt House. Tbe Interior Depart
ment building, Immense as It Is, Is entirely
too Email for tbe accommodation of its bu
reaus, two of which, besides the Educational
und Geological Bureaus (Agriculture ard Pen
i Ion) aro loeaUd in other quarters. These
two last bureaus are among tbo largest nnder
The Centre Market.
Tbe Centre Market occnplos squares south
of tho Avenue, bounded by B st, on tbe south,
Seventh utreet on tho east and Ninth street on
west. It Is a very handsome market building,
excelled In boauty, and probably In size, by
none In tho world, It It. the cleanest and
the best, while also tbe cheapest roarkot In
The District Ilullcllngs.
Tbe visitor, after leaving the Centre Mar
ket, will proceed down tbo Avenuo to First
street and northward up that street two
squares will romo to tbo District building,
wbcro are tbe Offices of the Commissioners
and other officials ot tbe District,
The City Hall.
Duo north of tbo Avenuo and closing up
Four-und-a-half Btrcet at that point. Is tho
City Hall. This Is a large and commodious
building, built for uso rather than show, and
sow occupied by tho District Courts. Just In
f tent and to the. south of tho City Hall Is a
column of wblte stone, surmounted by a mar
ble figure of Lincoln.
Tbo City Hall stands on tho south front ot
Judiciary bqunro, pne of tho finest parks In
tho city. Tho City Jail used to qtund pn fh
northeast corner of tbe square, whleh runs
from Fifth to Fourth und from D street and
Louisiana avenue to G street three long, full
Tho Pension Oltlce,
1 bo wow Pension building- oxton,ls nearly"
thu entire width ot Judiciary Square, from
Fourth to Fifth streets and from O, nearly to
F street. It Is by far tho. largest building In
tho world devoted to tliq examination and
settlement ot claims for pensions. Ills built
of red brick, and cost eovcral hundred thou
sand dollars. In It was git en President Cleve
land's Inauguration Ball. It can be rea"hc I
by the Mulropolltan and Bull Llnu oars.
Acmss tbo Anacosta River, duo south from
thu Navy-Yard, Is St Elizabeth's, or thu Oov
crnmeot's HospltaUor thu Insano, It lies on
thu top of a hill, having a boautlful view of
the surrounding country, Them aro ove onu
thousand patloiitaln thlsasylum. It Is reuCn-a
by a pleasant carriage drive.
Foui teen miles below Washington down th 3
river, reached by boat, Is Mount Vernon, tha
borne and grave of Washington. Visitors can
reach It by the Bteamcr Corcoran, Captain
Blake, every day,