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THE WASHINGTON CIUTIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, A PHIL ,3, 1889.
K5!?"riinsCWlIO I1KS1RB COMniRTIN
" hot woollier placo their order for
M.lrts early In spring, so call m l. T. 1IAL1,,
tra V st.n w , shirt maker nml fnrnlslicr.
tilsn University. Third public lec
ture by I'rof. l'avnVi:iNKSiiAY,.prll3, nt
7 p. m.,ln lecturo room. No 17.
rf33"A SIKETINO OP Till: STOC.UIOI.D
ZSS crs of tho WASHINGTON HAKKUK
I'OSIT COMPANY will bo held nt the offlco
of tho company on l'lUHAY, tho 20th davnf
Al'RlI., for tlic olcctlon of directors. Polls
open at 13 m. nnd closo at a o'clock p.m.
HAM. CUPS'. Secretary.
A mectlurf of tlic stockholders of tlia Wash'
tngton Hnfo Deposit Company will bo hrl 1 nt
thoofllcoof thnsuld company, No. OW Penn
sylvania nvenno northwest. In tho olty of
Washington, I). C, qn.WEllNEMlAY, tho
JTtli day of Api II, A. 1). l&o, nt S o'clook p.m.
Tho ooject of this mcctlnjr In to ilctcrmlnu
the question of Increasing tho capital stook
of raid Comimnv.
O. O. (1RRKN.
W. K. KDMONSTON,
TV'MV TS U AU.
Conducted Personally by
HUDSON 0. TANNER,
(,,nto Chief Mcnomaphcr. Now York Stato
Legislature nnd Supreme Court.)
No 1318 V street (Sun Building).
Expert Short-hand nnd Typo-wrltlnie Work,
Incladlna foreign languages, solicited nt tho
usunl rates. STUDENT. In Short-hand nnd
Typo-wrltlnc received nt nny time. Stcnogi
rnphcrs furnlshcil business men. Circulars
Telephone Call. 1177-8.
JXgTDR. V. CONDORY,
Dalthnoro, ltd., -Ml West Lexington street,
ETadOfitcd In (Jermnny, Austria nnd America,
formerly assistant physician of Prof. l)r,
Itlconl, rati. lYom a) 'years' oxporlonco In
Herman and Austrian hospitals nnd spoclnl
prnctlco, aunrnntccs n permanent euro In all
prlvnto diseases, both sexes. Skin, Wood
Poison, Strictures nnd nil dlscasos of tho
urinary oipnns.. Married or single men
troubled with onmnlo or nervous weakness
(Loss of Sexual Powers) especially, Sterility,
ll'cmler In tho Dowels, etc. Recent or Chronic.
Urethral Diseases positively cured In 5 to IS
days, and tho poison entirely crndlcntod from
the system without tbo use of mercury or
caustics. To nccommodatomy many patrons
of this city, I will be In Washington ovory
Thursday from 0 a. m. until 7 p. in., at No
1306 renna nvo. n. w.
"THE WASHINGTON AltCIllTKCT
U11AI, IKON AND DUIDUlt WORKS,
EDWARD I,. DENT, M, E.,
Tho best facilities In the "city for all kinds
of Iron work.
Steel Reams, Angles, etn., always In stock.
Fine Ornamental Casts and Wrought-Iron
Work a specialty.
Ilepalrs and general machine work done In,
the best manner and at short notice.
SOlo LloonseesMn the Dlstrlot of Columbia
for, tho "Uoets-Mltcholl" system of Ream
Anchors and Potcctovs.
Worts: Cor. 33d and Water Streets; Tolo
Office: 1413 0 Street n. w.; Telephone 438-2.
Washington, D. C.
IRON ROOFING, IRON CEILING,
A. NOTITIIHOP & CO.. Plttsbure. Pa.
Orders will be received on and after Febru
ary 21, '80, at 721 II St. n. o by tbo ngont,
rrjST-riiiLLirs, i.amak & ZAOIlllY,
KSST'TnE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
si' of Washington. D. C, Oil 7 st. n. w.,
Receives Deposits, Loans Money, Issues
Drafts. Transacts a General Banking Unsl
Bess. Location central and .convenient. .1'
street cars and herdlcs run In front of our
door; Dth street cars ran a fow rods east of
our building; 7th streot and nth stroot cars
only two bloeks away; II street and Pn. nvo.
oars only tbree blocks away. D. II. WAIINEII,
President; A. T. BUITTON, Vice-President;
E. B. FAItKEIi, Cashier. Directors: Chas. B.
llallcy, Wm. E. Barker, Alex. T. llrltton,
Cbas. C. Duncanson, John Joy Edson, Albert
F. Fox, John E. Horrlll, BenJ. F. Lelghton,
IlbKli McCulloch, Crosby S. Noyes. M. M.
rarker. o. O, staples, Qeorgo Trnesdoll,
Henry K.WIIIard.B. II. Warner.
Standard Cash Prices
For onr unequalled dairy products delivered
by our Aldcrney (lato Ward's) wagons.
Tbo best puro sweet milk, per qt So
" "t cream " 210
" " buttermilk, per qt 4o
" " skim milk, per qt 4o,
K. B. Creamery Print Butter.our own make,
tho best and purest, 45o. per pound,
Twentyniix 4-ccnt tickets for- 31 can bo ob
tained from our wagons or at office, WO and
031 D street northwest.
55TW. G. METZEKOTT & CO., MUSIO'
B3 Dealers Bavo removed from Penn
sylvania avenue to their now building, 1110'
Fstn.w., three doors west of W.B.Moses
A Sons. Oldest and most extensive muslo
establishment In tho olty.
KSs" Doing rcqulslto to healthful, exor
else,1, thousands o ' well-known personages
Visit DlthviHTE'S esUbllshment. 1410 Ponn
sylvanla nvenno. opposite Wlllard's Uotol, for
relief from corns, bunions, dlsoased nails and
all diseases of tho feet. Dr. White's twenty
ninth year of practlco In Washington, D. C
Office fee, 81 a sitting
Confectionery, Puro Candles, Cakes, Pies,
Nuts. Foreign and Domestto Fruits, at
' GEOUGBW. WBIDMAN"8,
. ; ao3Pa,avo. s.o.-
fir-LADIES I LADIES) LADIES! T
K' Mrs. McCafferty ts the only hat
and bonnet-frame manufacturer In the city.
Call and see her new shapes. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw and rolt Hats. altered, to,
the latest styles. Orders promptly attended
to.. 1000 Q street n. w.
SOUTHERN INVESTUENTd IN i
Cn&L Iron and Timber Lands.
A n. TTANni.E beua to call thosneoUl at
tentlonot persons desiring toaoqnlre suck
property In large or small tracts at the very ,
lowest prices. Fall 'particulars on applica
tion. Address 303 7th st. n. w.. Waslilnc
ton, D. O.
jaoxvy ro xmat,
AdriTllirminti umltr IMt hiaiif,.four Unit or
Uii,23ctnti for one Insertion; CO etitls for (Am.
first-class securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No delay whero security Is good.
O. C. GHEKN,
303 7th st, n. w.
ONEY TO LOAN
ju sums to sun,
T. A. DAItNlEI.L, 018 F st n w.
MONEY TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Ileal Estate Security.
B. II. WARNER & CO.,
1)10 F st. n, w.
RTONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT
11. lowest rates on approven reui osiato
Cbaitcrcd liy Congress, 1837.
Capital, $200,000. Surplus, $170,000
OFFICE: New Building, northeast corner
Tth st, and Louisiana avc,
ALBERT A. WILSON.
0. W, HOWARD,
THOMAS PARKER, It. II. HAZARD,
Vloo-Presldent. Asst. Secretary.
'vv-'v' y "j-v "V ' -s j-
B. L. Wiujtt.
Vermont ave. anil I. st. n. w.
Choice Groceries, Moats and Provisions,
The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices.
Marketing delivered free.
(05 P street northwest,
Washington, D. C.
Webster Law Building,
Residence. 1218 11 stroet northwest
mm. iye ss
wa .v tv ; n i:r. i :
, Adrertlsements tinder this html, fonr lines or
lit, talents for One insertion! U emit for thrti.
WANTKD-A HOY WIK)' CAN WHITE
shorthand CO or W words n mlnnto and
l fninlllnr wltliltomlnatoii typewriter. Ad
diess ATTOllNI'.Y, Crltlo onico.
"IV ANTED- FOIt rilllMANKNTi'OSITION
VI ns mamigerif tlio Wnshlnttoii branch
of onr business: salary 11,800 a year nnd com
mission! host of references nnd 81,0011 casino
eurlty required. (Ml, IV Co., SVVS07 Wa
bnrh inc., Chicago.
I7ANTED-A HTIIONU WHITE (llllf,,
VV about 18 years old, to doTjeneral house
work. Apply aTX 15th stfli.W,
IADIES TO JIAKfi WOHSTED ADVElt'
j tlrrincnt Cards nt homos $1 tn 88 weekly;
outfit, ice. ScdgcwlckNovcly Co.,Now Haven,
iivi XTJWarisoni.i.A .vj; v.i.
Attrn tUnntnti umttr; thti tirail, four lint or
tu, 25 aiitifor oitt Intirtlon; 00 ctnlt for thru.
WANTED-PEHSONH DESIUINd SITWA
tlotis or help to register nnmn, frco of
charge, nt tho XUITUAIj AID SOCIETY, room
!M, bt. Cloud building, 01 h and Fn. w.
17ANTEn-H00M-MATE (OENT) FOll
VV furnished room In central locality)
with or without board! modern conveniences;
references exchanged. Address, stating
when and vhcro Interview can bo hnd, C. E.
M-, Crlllo offlco.
tlJANTEtl-OtO HOLD AND StLVKIt
W 'b6ught tor oash by WM. Fill EI) Ks
111CI1, tho manufacturing Jeweler. 0O." 7tU
St., opp Patent Office.
Ailrerllttmenti umlir IMt htad, four lints or
lot, 25 antifor ont Insertion: CO cintt for thrtt.
TVtESH CUTTING MADE EASY-MME.,
XJ wnsliingtnn'H 'Uircss laming Mcaio,
Jiist patented, enables every ono to learn to
cut nil kinds of gnrments readily nml accu
rntely, and she will open n school nt 1W1 Kst.
on Monday, January 28. where tho system will
bo tnueht nnd tho scnlo and n measure book
rurnisncci for ju. Tins exceptionally iowng
nro Is mimed for sixty days only. Persons
learning thls-systcm nro Immediately placed
In a position to earn good wagos. Ladles
needing experienced hands can obtain them
nt the school at any time, l'ancr patterns of
klit, wnlstnnd sli'ovo cut by measurement
for ladles at to cents.
TUBTH'8 OLD STAND IS THE ONLY
J plnco where first-class second-band cloth
ing can bo sold at rcspcctablo prices. Ad
dress or call at C1U D st. n. w.
zost ax j rovxn.
in 11EWAHD roitnETunN oniNFon-
tplU matlon that will lead to dlsdovcry
of n white setter gyp, 1 year old, with oranga
cars, mottled nosu, n small spot on mlddlo of
back, foro legs ticked ami long bushv tall,
.10SET11 II. 1IUNTE1I, IloomlS, Paclilo llulld
Ing rOK HAT.HltOVHEH.
AtlrtrtUcments vndtr this tiiail, fourlintsor
lets, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
! 1415 F Street.
HOUSES FOR 8ALE-N. W. SECTION.
Mnsgachnsetts avc., $00,000, S55,O00, S45.000,
840,CO0, E35,CO0, $J5,000.
Connecticut ave., 335,000, $30,000, $,000,
Vermont ave., $11,000, $50,000.
Ithodo7sland nvo., $.T8,000, $.10,000, $i3,000.
16th street, jioo.ooo, $75,000, $J7,000.
lbth street. $28,000.
I street. $55,uoo.
K street, $31,000.
M street, $05,ooo, $40,000, $30,000.
N street, $50,000, $35,000, $17,000, $13,000.
P streot, 815,000, $8,000, $7,W0.
q street, $a),000.
lllllycr Place, $18,000.
New Jlampshlro avo. and25th St., $9,000.
Houses under $20,000 and unimproved prop
erty In all parts of the city.
FRANK B. CONGER,
1415 F street.
iTtOlt SALE-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
: 0-room bouses, with batn, rango, eta., In
tho northwest: near Oth and 7th st. cars
price only $2,600 cash; terms, $300 cash, bal
nnco $30 pcrmontb. Also on Cleveland ave,
ors, for... $2,3SU
On 8, bet 10th and 17th sts 6,000
! Ust, bet 16th and 10th sts O.50O
" iuin, oer r ana w sis u,ouu
" abctlUthandiitbsteYWlthstablo 7,000
I" Boundary, near Oth st, now house, 3,000
" Marlonst, botGth and7lhnw 4,250
Apply to J. WJ". MYERS SON.
' 1420 Now York avo.
lOlt NAZE AXJD ItEXT.
REAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TnOS. E. WAGG AMAN, 017 P stroet.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TUREE-STORr BRICK AND FRAME
IiqUSES FOIt SALE.
Qtust.betKandl.n w $30,000
400 M t n w. b h. m 1, 14 rs 24,500
rear 1 2100
oiRlstnw, bb.ml, 12 rs 10,000
52311th stnw, fah.o rs 15,000
4lS8dstn w, bh.ral.llrs 12,000
1013 10th Bt n w, b h, m 1. 10 rs 12,000
oooMstn w. bh, ml. 13ru....i 11,000
sxcuilstn w.b Ii,ml,l2rs 8,000
207 G st n w, b h, m 1, 10 r 8,000
TWO STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOll SALE.
1839 8th stJIW, bh.B rs $2,000
123723d stnw, f h,4rs 2,105
424 and 420 O st alley n w,fh,4rs 1,800
1414 Sampson st n w, f h, 6 rs 1,700
CQstn.w, f fa.srs.- ifiOO
8-100 to 2401 Columbia avo, f li, D rs 1,500
14141 Sampson stnw, f b.Ors... 1,500
1430 Sampson st n w. f b, Ors 1,500
sratoWVstnw.bh.s rs 1,500
Alley, bet 23d and 21th, L and 31 sts n w,
fb,4rs ! 000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Cor Va avo and 51th st n w i...$J,70Q
ISthst, bctllandOstsse l,80d
10th st, bet E Cap nnd A sts 8 e 1,005
S 0 cor S Cave and 11th sts 0 1,000
Kst, bet 10th and nth sts nw. $4 00
Pa avc, bet Oth and 7th sts ao....t....i.. 800
Del tive, bet 11 nnd C stsne 1 80'
10th st, bet M and N n w 175
Mass ave, bet Del avo and 1st stno...... 1 00
NocorNHavoandFstn w 70
HOUSE8 FOR RENT.
82722dstnw,0'rs $30 00
i453Sstnw,7 rs 30 00
oascstsw, Or I..,. 1 as bo
814D stnc.Ol 22 60
1W2N Havonw, Oia... 18 89
soiamhstnw.U rs 18 30
2020 Oth stnw, Ors 18 00
1400 and 1408 Md avo ne,0 rs i8 60
21010th st so, 12 rs 18 00
2429 and 2131 N stnw, Or ;..... I8 60
lK8Dstse, 7rs'. , 1 10 00
225Gstnc,0rs.'...k .....I.... 10 00
1110 cth Bt s w, 6ta ,....1.... 13 ns
017GstBW.Org , t.... 13 20
1108 Dst ao,7rs , ),,.. 15 00
411 Dktsw.ajf , (.... 13 30
712 1st st no, Ors 1,,.. 15 00
27th Bt road, D rs 12 00
M0 13th st nc, firs 10 00
80510thstse,5T8 10 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S, bonds; 0 per cunt., payable
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho abovo Is only n portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call at office for
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 15th.
WOOD AXV a OAT..
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholesale and Rotall Deater In
Wooca. a,L(3. Ooal.
Anil the Washington, ana Co.'s Colie.
Complete Facilities. Bottom Prloos
Full Weight and Moaturo.
Wood and Coal dlreot from tho forests an d
mines by rail and water, and free from slag,
elate and other Impurities.
OIVB ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Offlco. 1101 R.I. ave. n. w.
Branch " " BllAst. s.o.
Branch " " 610 1 st. s. w.
Branch offlco for orders, corner Tontn and I
sts. n. w.
Branch office for orders, coruer 13th and M
All' oo'nnected by tolopbono.
John Ryam, M'g'r, John Stautzwah, Trcas.
Pataisco Oil k Gmso Co.,
HO S. CALYERT ST., BALTIMORE, HD.
LUBRICATING OILS & GREASE
Aileertltonintsvnntr mis HKUI,Jonr llnsor
lets, accents for ont Insirtlon; 50 eenltfor three.
ll4Fstn w,23 rs
141.11st nw.13 rs
1701 111 nonw, 17 rs..
1409 Massage ti w
1228 M stnw, 15 is..
1810 Nstn w. 15 rs
1 iih Mns ac,1 Irs
Pstn w. 13 rs
11(0 1Mb stn w. 1(1 rs. .
il25icthstn w, 15 rs...
IPS? Mass nvo, 13 rs
u 2(18 31
mi 1 t n w, is r
iKoiilhstn w, omnml store 83.)
1018 wststnw. 11 rs fam
VP23 o stn v. 11 rs and stable 70 00
817 18th stn w.1 Irs 1 70 00
H122I stnw, Ors c.100
14l5Nstnw,II rs m 00
M4 121 li st 11 w, stora and dwelling..... CO 00
2012 lllllycr Place, ti rs COCO
1448 N stn w. 10 rs M00
1524 tntii st n w, 8 rs 2500
Hill N stnw, 8 rs woo
1210 utii stnw, ors mm
2414 14th stnw, 10 r 4100
15X8 Pierce Place, 10 rs t 42 00
milQst irw.Ors 5000
1T4I0 14th stnw, 10 rs... 40 00
1400 Chnpln st, 0 rs 40 00
1CC7 15th stnw. 10 rs 40 00
1CI4 21st n w, 14 rs
18-10 Rlggsst, n W, Ors 35 00
lis liiggs st n w,0 rs 35 00
inofl ictii st n w, n rs 30 00
13CR8thstnw.7rs ' 30 00
222lBtStSW, Ors.. 1,. ................. ., 13 00
21i! 1ft ft s w.Srs. 13 00
258 1st st s w. Ors 1 15 00
Tho nboe houses can bo examined by per
mlt from our ofllce only.
THOMAS -1. FISltF.lt A CO.,
11124 F st. n. w.
Jt EAT. ESTATE.
Ailriithitnints under this head, fonrllnes or
lees,zs cents for ont insertion; Wants for thiie.
027 e street.
RBAL- ESTATE BROKER.
1310 F st, adjoining Sun Building.
Suburban property a specialty.
jia u.no Aim. .
TI10 Great Pennsylvania Iloiilo
To the Noltli, West and Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equipment
In Errt ct FEnnojinr 211889.
Trains leavo Washington from station, cor-'
ncr of Sixth nnd V streets, ns follows;
Fon PiiTcnuwi and tho West. Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vcstlbulcd Cars nt
0.50 a.m. dally; Fust Line, 0 50a. m. dally to
Cincinnati and M. Louis, with Bleeping Cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Harrlsburg
to St, Louts; dnlly, except Saturday, td Chl-
rngo, whji Bleeping vnr Aiioona 10 micago.
Western Express nt7.40 p. m dally, with
Hleenlng Cars Washington to Chleairo and St.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlsburg with
through hleepers forLoulsvlllo and Memphis.
Paclilo Express, 10.00 p.m. dally for Pittsburg
nnd tho West, with through Sleeper to Pitts
burg, and 1'lttsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Fon Emit, Cinandakiua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcept
Saturday, 10.00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Wash-i
Ington tn Rochester-
Fob WiiUAMsronTv. Lock, navCn-nnd. El
mini, nt 0.50, n. m. dally, except Sunday.
Fon New Yoiik nnd tho East, 7.20, 9.00, 11.00,
and ll.40a.m.; 2.10,4.10,10.00 and 11.20 p. m.
on Sunday, 9.00. 11.40 a. m.; 3.10, 4.10. 10,00 and
11.20 p.m. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Curs, 9.40 a. m. dally, oxcept Sunday, and
3.4.1 p. ro. dally, with Dining Car.
. Fon Boston without change, 2.10 p. m. every
day. . .
1 on BnooKLTN, N. Y., all throngh trains
connect at Jersey City with boats or Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double fcrrlago across New
Fon PiiiLADXLrniA, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00, 11.00 nnd
11.40 a. m 2.10. 4.10, 0.00, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20
p.m. On Sunday, 9.00, 11,40 a.m., 2.10,4.10,
0.00, 8.10. 10.00 and 11.20 p.m. Limited Ex
press, all Parlor Cars, 9.40 a., w. week days,
and 8.45 p. m. dally, with Dining Cars.
Fon Atlantic Citt,, 11.00 and 11,40 a, m.
Fon BALTlMonE, 0.35, 7.20,8.10, 9.00, 9.40, 9.50,
11.00 and 11.40 a.m., 12.05,2.10, 3.45, 4.10,4.20,
4.40,0.00,7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p.m. On
Sunday. 0.00, 9.05, 9.50. 11.40 a. m., 2.10, 3.43,
4.10. 6.00. 7.40. 8.10. 10.00 nnd 11 JBO n. m. -
Fon Pore's Cheek Line, 7.20 a. m. and 4.40 i
p. m. uany, except snnaay.
Fon Annatous, 7.20 and 9 00 n. m 12.05 and
4.40 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays,!
4.00 a. m., 4.10 p. m. I
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICK8BDRO I
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDIIIA, AND I
FonrALEXANnniA, 4.30, 0,33, 7.2.1,-8.40. 9.41,
10.57 a.m., 12.04 noon, 3.03, 3.40, 4J, 5 00,0.01,
8.05, 10.05 and 1137 p.m. On Sunday at 4.30,
9.45, 10.57 a.m., 2.30, 0.01, 8 05 and 10.05 p.m.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7.25 a. m. and
5.00 p. m. week days.
Fon IticiiMosD and tho South, 4.30, 10.57 a,
m. dally, and 3.40 p, ra. dally, excopt Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington,
8.05, 7.05, 8.00. 9.10. 10.15, 11.07 a. m., 1.20,
3.00, 3.21. S.10, 0.30, 7.05, 0Ji, 10.43 and 11.05 p!
m. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a, in., 3.00,
6-10, 7.05, 9.32 and 10.42 p, m..
Tickets and Information at, tho offlco, north
cast corner of Thirteenth stroet and Pennsyl
vania avenue, nnd at tho station, where
orders can bo left for tbecheoklngof baggage
to destination from hotels and.rosldennos.
cnAs. e. puan, j..i wood.
General Manager,-General Passenger Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect March 10th, 1ES9.
Leave' Washington from Station Corner of
New Jersoysavenue and C street.
Fpn Chicago and Northwest, Vcstlbulcd
Limited express dally 8.55 a. in., express 9.05
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louts and Indianapolis,
fixniesailallv. H.OO and 11.10 n. m.
Ion PiTTSBtino and Cleveland, Vestlbulod '
Limited express uany tf.Ni a. in. and ozpress
9.05 p, m.
FoniLixiKoToN and Local Stations 110.10
,Fon Baltimore, weekdays, 5.00, 0.30, 0.40,
7.30, 8.30. 9.30 (45 minutes), 0.45. 11.25, (4.1 mln
.utcs) a. m., 12.HV 2.05,, 3.30, (45 minutes), 3.15
(4.1 mlnutos) 8.25. 4.30,4.35, 6.80, 188.8.131.52,7.30,
8X0,9.45,10.30 and 11,30 p. m. Sundays, 8 30,
&30, 9AI,-4-M 1-25 tt. m.S 1.13, 2.05, 2.30,3.25,
4.30, tSi, U.4S, 7.80, 8.00, 9.43, 10.30 and 11.30.
Fon Wat StAtioss between Washington
and Baltlmoio, 5.00,0.40, 8.30 a. m., 12.10, 3.23
4.85, e.45, 11.8O p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 1.15
SSi, 4.33,8.43, 11.80 p.m.
Thains leave Baltimore for Washington,
weekdays, 5.10, e:.v, 0.30, 7.15, 7.20, 8.00(15
minutes), 9 00, 0.05, 10.15 (13 mlnutos), a. m.;
12 13, 1.45, 3.00, 3.00, 4.15 (43 minutes), 6.00, 0.00,
0.30, 70, gi5l0.ai, 10.10 and 11.00 p. m. Sun
days, 6.110, 7.15, 8 00 (43 minutes), 0 00,9 05, 10.25
a.m., 12.50, 1.43,2.00, 1.15, 6.00,0.30, 7.50,8.03,
10 05, 10.10 and 11,00 p.m.
Fon ANNAimis, 8 40 and 8.30 a, m., 13.10 and
4 SO p. in. On Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 4.35 p. m.
Leavo AnnapollB 0.40, 8.87 a.m., 12.03, 4.10 p.
in. Sundays, 8.37 n. m., 4.10 p. m.
FnnsTATioNB 011 tbo Metropolitan Branch,
16.85, iio.10 a. 111., 81.15 p. m. for principal sta
tions only, 110.10 a. m., 1 1.33 and 13.30 p. m.
Fon GAiTiiEiununa and Intermediate points,
19.00 n. m., tWJO. t4.40, 5 33, tll.20 p. m.
Fon Ilovii's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
p. m., ,10.00 p. in.
Cut) nut train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1,15 p.m., stopping nt all stations on Met
Fon Fredewck, 110,10 a. m, tl.33 and ISjSO
p.m. Sundays, 1.15p.m.
Fon llAUEiiBTowN, 110.10 a. m. nnd 13.50 p.m.
Trains arrive from Chicago dally 8.33 n.
m. and 9 35 p. in.; from Cincinnati and St,
Louis dally o.CO a. m. and 1.53 p. ro; from
Pittsburg '8.31 a, in., 17.20 and 9.33 p, in.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION. Fon New York, Trenton, Newark and Eliz
abeth, N. J., 1800, U,30, u.ss a. m., '3.80,
4.15 and 10.S0 p.m. Buffet Parlor Cars on
all day trains. Sleeping car on tho 10.30 p.
m.,openatv.00p. in. . . .
Fon PniLADKLriiiA, Nowark, Wilmington
and Chester, 18.00, 0.30, 11.33 a, in., J.SO.
1.15, '8.00 and 10.30 p. m.
l'on Atlantic City, 11.S5 a. m.
For intirsieiiiatk, points between Baltl
moro and Philadelphia, l.30 a. m. 3.03aud
14.30 p. m.
Tiuiks leave Now York for Washington,
8.80, 111.00 a. m.. 1.30, 2.30, 4,43 p.m. and
13 oil night.
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.10, '8.15, 11.15a.m., 11.43, 4.15, S.lland
Tbxcepi Duntiay. '-iJniiy. jaunimy uiuy.
iq calletl for and ohecked nt hotels
and residences on orders left at ticket offices,
019 nnd 1351 Pa. avo,
W, M. CLEMENTS, CIIAB. O. SCULL,
General Manager. Gen, Pass, Ag't,
Chesapeake and Ohio Routo.
Schedule In effect FEBRUARY 20, 1689.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Cth and B streots.
10.67 a. i, For Newport News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrive In Old
Point at 6 85 p. u. und Norfolk nt 7.00 p.m.
Through parlor ears to Old Point Comfort
dally.exccpt Sunday. ,, ,
11:21 a. m, For statloml on tho Chesapeako
and Ohio In Virginia. West Virginia and Ken
tucky dully. Sleeping cars Washington to
Charlottesvtllo and Charlottsvlllo to Cincin
nati. Sunday train runs only to Clifton Forgo.
8.30 r. m, Fast Western Express dally.
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet bleeping
Cars to LouisYlllo; Pullman sorvlco to Cincin
nati, Bt. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans.
Office, 619 Pennsylvania avenue.
Gen. Pass. Agent,
The Traveler's guide.
Unjunnil 1 tonus or (iellhic; In nml
Out or 1ViiIiIiikoii.
Depnrfurrs 1'rntn 1(J anil I. Stntlnn.
For Boston-2:10 p. in., dnlly (without
chnnpo of cars.) , ..
For New York-TSO, 000, 9 10 (limited),
11.-f0,11:i0n.in..S.10, 4:10, 8:10, 10:00, liao
p.m. On Kiindajs, 9.W, 11:40 a. in., 2i10,
4:10, 100, 1120 p. m. Congressional llm
lied express of Pullman parlor and dining
cnr, dallr nt 8:11 p. m.
For I'lillBdeltil, n-70, 8:I0.9.-00, 11KX), 11:10 n.
m.,2i10, 4:10, coo, 8:10,i0.-oo and llswp. m.
On Sundays, 0-tfl, 11:10 n.m., 3:10, 4:10,0.(10,
8:10. 10.(0 and ll&ilp. m. Limited express
parlor nnd dining cars, 9:40 a, m. week days,
and 8:45 p.m. dnlly.
For IlnItlmoie-0-3.1, 7:20, 8:10, 0:00.0:40 (llm
ltcd),D(), 11:00 nnd 11:10 n. m 13.-05, 2:10,
3.43 (Congressional limited), 4:10, 4:20, 4:10
8-00,7:40,8:10, 10), 11:20 p. m. On Hnndnyn
0 CO, 05, 9.50, 11:10 a.m.. 3:10. 3:11 (emigres
Klr.nnl limited), 4:10, 0.00, 7:40,8:10, 10.00 and
11 SO p.m.
For Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louis 9.60 a,
m.Olmlicd express und fast lino), 7:10 and
10.W p.m., all dnlly.
For Erie, Ciinnndnlgun, Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara 10.-C0 p. m. dally oxcept Sunday,
with palate cars to Rochester.
orWIIllainnport, Lock Unveil and Elmlra
9.50 a. m. dnlly except Sunday.
For Annapolln 75.T)ndfiKX) ti. in., 12.03, 4:40 p,
m. On Sundays, O-oO n. m. and 4:10 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Line 75J0 n. m, and .4:10 p.
in. dally except Sunday,
or Alexandrla-40, CA1, 7J( 8:40, 0:41, MAT
a. m., 13l,2 OR, 3:10, 4S5, 5-00, 04)1, 8.-03, 10.03,
11:37 p. m. On Sundays, 430, 0:13, 107 a. ra.,
2JO,C.1,8A1, 10.-03p.in, ,
Accommodation for onantlco "M a, m., 5.00
p. m. week days onfv.
For Richmond and tho South 4:30, 10:57 a. m.
dally and 3:40 p, in. dally except Sunday.
Fast express for Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and
St. Louis via Chnrlottevllle andchesapeako
and Ohio Railway 830 p. m. dally.
For local stations on Chesapeako and Ohio
to and Including Clnclnnntl-HMl a. in.
daily except Sunday.
For Fort Monroe, Nowport News and Norfolk
10-57 a. m. dally.
For Lynchburg, Bristol, Montgomery nnd
New Orleans-8 20 n, m. dally.
' For Lynchburg, Bristol, Cnattannogn, Nash-
illlo and Memphls-0:11 p, m. dnlly.
For Lynchburg, Rnlelgh, Atlanta, Aiken,
Montgomery nnd New Orleans 1151 a. m.
nnd 11:00 p. in. dally.
For Manassas, Strnsburg and way 2:50 p.
m. dally excert Sundayi
Tor l.eeaburg, Round Hill nnd points on
Washington, Ohio and Western Rullroad-M)
n.m. daily except Sunday und 4:43 p.m.
Arrivals nt II. unit 1. Station.
rrnm Boston 10:43 n. m. dally.
FiomNow York and Philadelphia 1-10,' 800
10:45 a.m., 3:15, 3:10, 9:13 (limited) and 10:31
p, m. dnlly, 1:42, (4-00 limited) 8:10 and 8:30
p, m. dally oxcept Sunday.
From Philadelphia only 11:10 n. m. dally and
7.05 p. m. week days.
From Bnltlmorc 4:10, 0-3O, 8-00, 8:33, 8:13, OS),
10:15, 11:10 n. in., 1:li, 2:15. 3:10, 4:00 (limited),
63, 0:50, 7:05. 8:10, 8.30. 9:12 (Congressional
limited) and 10.35 p. m. On Sundays, 4:10,
650, 8:00, 0J8, 10.15, 11:10 a. m., 2:15, 3:10, 533,
820. 0:12 (Concrcsslonnl limited). 10:33 11. m.
Fiom Annapolis 8 00 a.m., l:4i, 533 p. m. On
Sundays, 633 p. m.
FiomNlagnrn Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and liar.
rlsb'irg Dally 0.M a, m nnd C.30 a. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Line 8 J3n. m. week days
only nnd 630 p. in. dally.
From Richmond nnd tho South 11:21 n. m
8:10 nnd 11:00 p. in. On Sundays, 11:31 a.m.
From Chicago and Pittsburg 8:30, 0.33 nim.,
6:55, 8:10 p. m. All dally.
From St, Louts 0i0 a. m. dally.
From Alexandria 023, 7:25, 8.20, OJO, 10:35,
11S4 a. m 1:40, 3J, 3.40, 5:30, 030, 723, 933,
11.-00, 1125 p.m. on Sundays, 9.30, uat, a.
m., 2JM, 6-M, 71, 033, 110 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Louis via
Chesapeake nnd Ohio Routo 9:10, p. m.
dally. From Cincinnati and way, 6:10 p. in.
dally except Sunday,
From Old Point Comfort, Nowport News nnd
Norfolk 3-40 p. in, dully except Sunday,
From Lynchburg, Bristol, Momphls, Mont
gomery and New Orleans 11:13 a. m, dally.
Fiom Memphis, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch
burg 9M0 p. m. dally..
From Lynchburg, Raleigh, Aiken, Atlanta,
Montgomery and New Orleans 7:00 a.m.
and 7:13 p.m. dally.
'From Manassas, Strusbng and Way 10:15 a.
m. dally except Sunday.
From Lcc8bnrg, Round Hill nnd Points on W.
and o. II. It. 830 a. m. dally and 333 p. in.
Departures From II, nnd O. Station
For Baltlmore-60, 630, 6:10, 730, 8:30,9:10,
9:45,1125, a. m.: 12:10, 2.-03, 2.30, 3:13,323,
4.30,433,6:30. 0:13, 6:15, 700, 8:00,0:15,100
, and 1130 p.m. ' .
'ForPhlladclphIa-J0. 8:00, 0:30, 11:3.1 a. m.;
2:30, 4:15.430 8M) and 1030 p. m. All trains
dallyoxceptB.-OOa. m. and 4:13 p.m.
ForNewYork-8,-00.030, 1125 a. m.: 3M, 4:15
and 10:30 p. m. All dally except 8:00 a. m.
For Atlantic Clty-l 123 a. m . dally.
For Chicago and Pittsburg 833 a. m. and 9.-05
p.m., dally. Tho 833 a. m, train Is a lim
ited vostlbulo train.
For Cincinnati. St. Louis, Indianapolis and
. Lonlsvlllo 8.00 nnd 11:10 p. m., dally.
For Annapolis 6:40, 8.30 a. m; 13:10 and 4:33
p. in. On Sundays, 830 a. in. and 433 p. m .
For Gnlthcrsburg nnd Way 9.-00 a. m. and
rMOp. m. On Sundays, 10:10 a.m.; train
stops at nil stations on Metropolitan
Brnnch;-and 5:35 p, in., to Galtbersburg
For Washington Junotlon nnd Principal Sta
tions on Metropolitan Branch 10:10 am.,
dally. On Sundays stops at all stations.
Sunday train 1:13 p. m.
Foriloyd'snnd Way 7.00 p. ra. week days;
Sundays, 10.00 p. m.
Tor Lexington and Valley 10:10 n.m. week
days, and on Sundays at 10:10 a. ra, to Har
per's Ferry only.
For Frederick and Way 10:10 a, m. and 4:33
p.m., dally, except Sundays, On Sunday
at 1:13 p.m.
Arrivals nt III and U. Station.
'.From Baltlmore-12:13, 030,730, 8:03, 8:13, 830,
8:45, 100,, 1033,-11:00. 11:13 n. m.; 130, 320,
2.30,2:50.430, 5:00. 5:20, 0:35, 7:03, 6:00, 8:13,
8:55, 1035 and 11.-05 p. m.
From PhllaUclphla-8:15,ll:l3a. m.; 3.30, 50,
7:15, 8:45 and 1035 p, m.
Trom Chicago and PIttsburg-8.15 a. ra. and
From 1'lttsburg, Grafton nnd Frederick 720
' p: m. week days, and on Sundays for Grafton
From Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville
020 a. m, and 135 p. m., dally.
'From Annapolls-830, lfl.00 and 1033 a. m.x
1.50 nnd 033 p.m. On Sundays 10.00 and
1035 n'. m. nnd C35 p. m.
From OalthcrsburK nnd way 7:40,1123 a, m.;
, 2.55, 7:10 and 1020 p.m. OnSnndny 800p.m.
From Washington Junction and way 825,
030 n. m.: 4:05, 41:3 and 720 p. m. On Sun
days 823 a. m.: 4:15 and 720 p m.
From Boyd's and way 820 a. m. week days
only. On Sundays 10:23 a, m.
From Lcxlngtonnnd Valley Branch 1:13 p. m.
On Sundays from Hurpor's Perry only.
From Frederick and way 8:23 a. m. dally.
From New York-8:13 a. ro.; 2:30, 50, 7:13,
8:45 and 1035 p.m.
C03IJU1S810XEH8 OF JtEVDH.
C8. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO
. tary inilillc, 468 La. avo., opp. City Hall.
Every Piece Ke w
Wo Invito all good dressers tolnspoetonr
now Spring Woolens. Tho styles aro the
latest and tho quality of the best. Superior
suits to order for S28. Wo guarantee to plcaso
tbo most fastidious and all others,
Fashionable Tailoring and Furnishings,
14;. o :eto-w Yorlc A-vo.
H. D. BKRR,
Iinnorier and Tailor,
PALL MD WINTER GOODS,
All of the Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND. SC0T1J SUITINGS,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED.
MR.BARR personally fits all garments mailo
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
For a full line of Gontlomcn's Worsteds,
Coating Miltons, Trousios, Scotch and Eng
lish Cheviots, cloths nnd Doeskins; also full
lino of Tailors' Trimmings. Call on
F. KC. QUAST,
030 I) Street Northwest.
&t, l- ? k "h rf 5k Is
f u :am asifl nw '.md : ni navt
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS PREFERRED.
mcuii tj emu pienc?, nitiw:, uj.
"" I N(H ESIDE "
Tlil'STKI'.S' MALI". OP THE YAMIAtlMl
l'lKCI! OF PKOPEHTY KNOWN AH "IN
Hl.EMDE," SITUATED IV THE COUNTY
OF WASHINGTON, IIISTl.U.'TOFCOMIM
IIIA, ON PIEIICI'.'M MILL IIOM), ATTIIli
HEAD OF 17TI, 18TH AND 10TII STRI'.ErH
By vlrtuoof tho will of Helen II. Corkhlll,
ilrtrnsril, wo will offer for nlo at publlo nuc
lIoiion'll'ESDAY.tlioOthof April, lW),nt 6
o'clock, p. in., on tho premises, that valunblo
tract of land known ns Inglcsldn, containing
nrontsrventy-ono (71) acres of land and Im
110ml by a solidly built tnnnslnn houso (con
taining ilghtern looms), largo stable and
It n well supplying nn nbundnnco of puro
"Inglcsldo" has recently been subdivided
Into building lots with streets nnd nvenuei
tunning through It In conformity with tho
plan of tho city of Washington. This sub
division has been approved by tho Commis
sioners of tho District of Columbia, but not
recorded, It being left optional with tho pur
chaser nt this either sale to adopt nnd roconl
this subdUlslon or such other ono ns ho may
see fit. A plat of tho survey and subdlvhlon
may bo seen upon application tiithn trustee.
Tills Is n rnro opportunity for persons de
siring to Invest In snbiirhnn property, Tho
rroptrly will bo Bold ns a whole.
Terms of sale: Ono-fourth of the purchaso
money In cash, nnd tho residue In three eipin
Installments nt respectively ono, two and
thrco years from day of salo, with Interest
from dale at the rate of 5 per cent, per an
num, payablo scml-flnnnally. the deferred
payments to be secured by tho purchasers'
notes nnd n deed of trust on the property, or
all cash at the purchasers' option.
Aderosltof Sl.roo will bo required at tho
time of sale. If tho terms of sain aro not
compntd with in ten days from tho day of
sale tho proi erty wilt bo resold nt tho risk
and cost of thuilrfnultlng purchaser.
IIEMAN D. WAI.UKIIinn,
WALTER B. WILLIAMS ACO.,
ALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Ryilrtunot n deed of trust from tho heirs o
William A. Bradley, deceased, recorded
nmongtho land records of tho District of Co
lumbia,! will offer
for salo at miction, on tho promises, on
THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF
APRIL, I8M), AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. Analos
tan Island Is In tho District of Columbia. It
"contains upwards of 87 acres of ground.' It
Is beautifully situated In the Potomao River,
jopposlto the cities of Washington andGcorgo
town, from which It Is separated by n narrow
end deep channel, A short distance abovo
tho I'lnnd Is tho outlet lockof tho Chesapeako
nnd Ohio Canal, opening Into the liver. Tho
Island Is connected with tho Virginia shore
by a solid mnsonrytnusoway, nnd tbenco by
tho new frco Iron bridge with Washington
TKHMS or HAI.E!
One-fourth of tho purchaso money In cash,
of which SI, W0 shall bo paid at the time of
sale, und tho remainder 30 days thereafter.
Tho residue of tho purchaso money to bo paid
tn three cqunl Installments, In, respectively,
one, two and thrco years after day of salo,
with Interest from day of salo nt n per cent,
per annum, payable semi-annually. (J,.on
compliance Willi tho terms of salo tho pur
chaser will rccclvo a dcod for tho property,
and at tho samo tlmo execute a deed of trust,
tn tho nature of a mortgngo, to socuro tho de
ferred payments. If tho terms of salo aro
not compiled with In 30 days after day of salo
the property will bo resold at tho risk and
cost of the defaulting purchaser.
Taxes paid up today of sale.
Conveyancing and recording at purclmscr's
TITLE GOOD OR NO SALE.
PROPOSALS FOll SUPPLIES FOR THE
FOhTOFFIOE DEPARTMENT AND
Washington, D..C., March W, 1880,
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo recclvod at
this Department until SATURDAY.THE 13TH
OF APRIL. 1MI0. nt 12 o'clock noon, for fur.
nlshing wrapping paper, wrapping paper for
faclng-stlps, twine, letter scalo, post-marking
and rating stamps, rubber stamps, canceling
Ink, pads, paper, envelopes, rubber goods,
pens, pen-holders, pencils, Inks, mucllago,
glass goods, rulers, folders, articles of steel,
rubber erasers, books, typo-wrltcr supplies
and miscellaneous stationery, In such quan
tities of tho different articles, respectively,
and nt such times nnd from tlmo to tlmo, ns
they may bo ordered, during the fiscal year
beginning July, 1880, and ending Juno SO,
18io, for the use of any branch of tho depart
ment or postal service.
Blanks for proposals, with specifications
giving detailed statement of the lequlrements
to bo met In 1 ospect to each article, and also
tho estimated quantities probably to bo re
quired of each, and giving full lnstiuctlons
as to the manner of blddlngand conditions to
be observed by bidders, will bo furnished on
application tn tho Superintendent of tho Di
vision of tho Pastoflico Department, Washing
ton, d. a
Tho rostmastcr-ncncrnl reserves tho right
to reject any or nil bids, to walvo technical
defects, and to accept any part of any bid
and reject tho other part.
HOTELS AXJ ItESTAtmAXT.H.
Corner 15th street and Pennsylvania avo.
Newly furnished. Flrst-olass tn every par
ticular. Rates $-1 and upwards per day.
MORGAN J. SHERMAN. Proprietor.
HARRIS HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN
$3.50 and ti per day ; Pa. ave., bet. 13th
and 14th streets; special rates to parties and
Corner Ifitli and I streets northwest.
Opposite MoPnerson Square,
11, M. CAKE.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THKMObT REQUISITE CUI8INK IN WASH
Arrangements can bo made for
RECEPTIONS.. DINNER AND THEATRE
PARTIES. , ,
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by the bottlo
W1LLARD nOTKL, .
WASHINGTON, I). C.
O. G. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl, House,
X 1401 N. Y. AVE.. COR. l-lTO ST.
Permanent and. transient guests accommoda
ted. Modern Improvements.
Cars to all parts of the city pass tho door.
MRS. M. J. COLLEY. Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Aimy and Navy Headquarters,
Fonr Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-13. OO and f 1.00 Per Day.
JL A OUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL.
Cor, Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMUS II. HltUSLIN, l'roprlntor.
X. JAMES HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past su'nmcr a new addition
has been erected containing the roost luxu
rious restaurant rooms In tho olty,
no2(V(!ra Til. FEI.TER, Prop.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
Oil righth St. N. IV., near l'n. Avo.
Orders or requests tor quotations given
personal attontlon, and satisfaction guarau
teed in price and quality.
WPH0T0 - ENGRAVING
Having recently Otted up a
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1 aro prepared to f urnlsU
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Photographing on Wood for the Trade.
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JlAItLY MOltNlNO NEWS,
Tlio llroohlyn Disabled.
The English steamer Falshaw, which ar
rived at l'ensacola yesterday for Capo
Verde, reports meeting the United StatcB
steamship Brooklyn, March SI, In mid
ocean flying signals of distress. The
Brooklyn's machinery was broken down
and tho larder almost empty. After re
ceiving piovislons from tho Englishman,
the man-of-war resumed her Journey under
sail. Bhu arrived at St. Thomas Monday,
tbo 1st instant.
Tlio St. Louis Election.
Yesterday's election in St. Louis was ono
of the most exciting ever held. Official re
turns from eighteen wards complete out of
twenty-eight give Noonan for Mayor 1,500
majority, aud that will probably bo In
creased. Ex-Mayor llrowu, Democrat,
defeats General McNeil of Palmyra mas
eacro fame by several thousand for auditor.
Colonel Flad Is elected picetdont of the
board of public Improvements by a big ma
jority on tho Republican ticket. Tbo suc
cessful candidates will bo drawn equally,
perhaps, from both parties. Noouan's ejec
tion Is conceded by tho Republicans.
A Volco From l'lorldn.
The Florida Legislature met at uoon
yebtciday. (leucral J. B. Wall of Tampa,
F)a., was chosen President of the Senate,
and Dr. J. L. Gasklns Starke Speaker of
the House, The latter, In his speech of ac
ceptance, advocated tho abolition of tho
Electoral College lu Presidential elections,
aud said that the Florida Legislature should
fire tbc first gun In behalf of the election
of a President bva direct popular vote.
Ills sentiment was heartily Indorsed by
III-. McCosh III.
licv. Dr. James McCosb, cx-prcsldcut of
Princeton College, Is lying at his home at
Princeton dangerously ill from an attack of
pneumonia and bronchitis. His condition
today is reported as being very critical,
but his physician and friends have not
Creglcr, tho Democratic candidate, 'or
Mayor of Chicago, has been elected by a
majority of 13,000. It was supposed that
his majority would bo much smaller, aud
tho announcement has created considerable
surprise. Latest returns show that the en
tire Democratic ticket has been elected by
a majority of C.OOO.
A Curious Story.
A curious story comes from Orllla, Can
ada. A Daniel King, a lawyer of that
place, was run over by the cars aud killed.
Tho accident took placo at 3 o'clock In
the morning, and at daylight a brother
drove a few miles out from tho station to
tell his father of the occurrence. To his
surprise ho found his father up and dressed
awaiting him. "Where's Daniel?" ho
eagerly asked. "I saw him about 3 o'clock
this morning. He cuno to my wfnilow and
rapped. I saw him three times and tpnku
to him," Iho old man was prepared to
hear of something unusual.
The Illuo nml tho I! ray. '
On Saturday next, tbo Cth of April, all
thu veteran Confederato military associa
tions of Ne,w Orleans will combluo to deco
rate the graves of tho heroic men who died
for tho Southern cause. In conformity with
a custom, which has obtained for years on
Decoration Day In New Orleans tho vet
iran associations of the Northern soldiers
tliodrnud Armyottlio Republic will unite
with their ancient foes, now fellaw-cltlzens,
to lay flowers ou thu tombs of tho bravo.
In llolnllf of tlio Confederate Head.
Tho Ladles' Memorial Association ot
Petersburg, Yn., have undertaking the task
of raiting a monument tn the Confederate
dead burlid in old Illaudford Cemetery,
For several years after tlio war all tho
money raised by that association was usod
for bringing the remains of doad Coufod
irata soldiers from tho different liattlo
llrlds around Petersburg aud fiom inoro
distant points to bury them in consecrated
ground. Having finished this work as far
as possible, tho Memorial Association has a
suiplus fund, which, it added to by con
tributions from friends of the "lost cause,"
will bosulllclcut to erect a suitable monu
ment over tho last resting place ot thoso
dead veterans of the Virginia army,
Tlio Sword ot Admiral 1'ooto Stolen,
Thieves broke into tho old Stato Houso
at New Huvcn, Conn., Monday night, and
entering the rooms ot tho New Haven His
torical Society, carried away tho sword of
Admiral Foote, held by tho Society as a
relic, it is a preeeutauoii swum, aumucu
with jewels and precious stones, valued at
$11,000. Nothing else appears to bavo been
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Till: COMINO Cr.NTL-NN'IAL.
The Programme of tlio Exorcises nt
Following Is an abstract of tho official
prograinmo of tlio Washington Centennial
Celebration exercises tu New York, issued
Wednesday, April 17, formal opening of
the loan exhibition of historical portraits lu
the Assembly Room of tho Metropolitan
Opera-Houso at 8 p. in.
Monday, April 3U, arrival of tho Presi
dent and Cabinet at 11 a. 111. Tboy will
embark at onco for New York city on tbo
United States steamer Despatch. Gov
ernors, Commissioners and other guests
will embark nt 0:30 a. in. on the steamer
Eraetus Wlman at the ferry slip, foot of
West Twenty-third street, aud proceed to
Elizabethport to meet tho Despatch and
accompany her to this city. Tbostoaracr
Slrius will also accompany tho Despatch.
Tlio line of United States Avar ships, yachts
and steamboats will bo formed In tho upper
bay, and- after saluting will follow in this
order: 1, tbo President; 3, Governors and
commissioners; 3, other guests. On arrival
at tho foot of Wall street a barge, manned
by shipmasters from tho Marino Society of
New York, Captain Ambroso Snow, cox
swain, will row the President ashore.
Ho will then bo received by Chairman
William O. Hamilton of tho commlttco on
States. Tho Presidential party will bo es
corted to the Equitable Building, where a
collation will bo served and a reception
given. This will consume the tlmo from 3
until 4 p. m. After tho reception at tho
Equitable building tho l'lcsldcnt and Gov
ernors n III proceed to tho CUy Hall under
military escort, whero there will bo a pub
lic reception In the Governor's room from
4 to U o'clock. In the evening occurs tho
Tuesday, April 30 Services of thanks
giving In the churches of New York and
throughout tho country at 0 a.m. A special
service of thanksgiving will be given at St.
Paul's Church at 0 a. in., Which tho Presi
dent will attend; tho commcmorntlvo exer
cises on tlio south front of the Sub-Treasury
building, tho eccue of tbo inauguration
ccrimony'ou April 30, 17S0. Tho exorclsos
Will consist of prayer by Rev. Dr. Storrs, a
poem by John (Jreculcaf Whlttlcr, an ora
tion by Chauncoy M. Dcpcw and an address
by President Harrison nud benediction by
Most Rev, Michael Augu6tIno Corrlgau,
Archbishop of New York; tho military
Saradc, under command of Major-Ucucru!
Tho right ot lino Is given to the military
and naval cadets, followed by the troops of
tho regular army and the National Guard
Ing tbo following order, each Stato lictug
headed by its Governor and his staff: Dela
ware, Pcuusylvanla, New Jeiscy, (loorgla,
Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland,
South Carolina, Virginia, Now York,
North Carolina and Rhode Island. The
other States will follow In tho order in
which they were admitted Into the Union.
Following will bo two bundled companions
of tho Loyal Legion, and then tho posts of
tho Gram! Army.
Tho route of tho parado will bo up Broad
way to Wnvcily Place, to Fifth aenue, to
Fifty-ninth street. The reviewing statid
will bo at Madison Square aud Twenty
From S to 7 o'clock a reception will bo
giveu tho President by the ail committee
at tho loan exhibition rooms lu the -Metropolitan
Opera House. At 7 p. m. tho ban
quet will oreur.
Wednesday, May 1 Tho Industrial and
wtuncsiiay, .May o uioso 01 tuo loau
Winning (lolden Opinions,
It is related of Mrs, Cleveland that she
ts whining golden opinions with tbo serv
ants at the hotel whero she Is stopping In
New York. Nothlug that ono of them ever
does for bcr comfort escapes tho rowan! of
a smile, a thank you or even something
moro substantial. It la said that tho other
day sba wished to bavo some little commis
sion executed, aud going .out found the
colored doormau asleep at his post. The
draught of air from tho open door aroused
him and ho started up, to find Mrs. Cleve
land mo ing softly by hint.
"Oh," 6he snld, with ono of her ploasant
unties, "I am so sorry you waked, I saw
you were asleep and I didn't want to spoil
your uap Just to let mo In."
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The 1'riilt (Irouom,
The April meeting ot tho Potomac Fruit
Growers' Association was held last ovculiig
at tho residence of Dr. T. A, Blaud, 1131
Tenth street. Tho speaker of the ovening
was Dr. Edward C. Tower, who deltvored
an lutcrcetliig lecture on "Electricity on
the Animation of All Living Tblugs."
Ainpng thoso who participated In tho dis
cussion which followed were Congressman
Feuwlck, Dr. Bland, Colonel Chase and
Hon. John S. McCalmcnt.
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The l'rcst, In spcakln ; of O'Brien's work
'11 rlfchl field yes crday at Baltlmoro, s.ys.
"The gamo was lost tn Washington through
wild pitching nml tho brilliant stroke of
genius which placed O'Brien In right field,
where ho covered about ns much ground ns
a tend In mi acre nf tar. With two men out
In tho second Inning and two on liases a
short fly was sent up, which Billy went for
In niiprovul Ico wngoti stylo and didn't
rcsrh. This failure and n wretched mult
by AVIImot gave three runs." Bcorei Balti
more, B; Washington, U.
Kccfc was wild, sending six men to Ijhsm.
In (he nf tli inning Iho batteries were
changed, Foreman and Qulnn belli ro
pistol by Kllroy and Fulmcr, whllo Keefo
and Mark gave way to Winston and Kb
light. Winston Is a youngster from Bris
tol, Teim. lie never saw a League or As
srclntlnn train beforo and was badly rat
tint. The first four men could notgetnoar
riionph to the ball to hit, and were given
their bases, but after all only onn run ms
icnrrd, and ho then pulled himself together
nnd did good work In tho last Inning. Car
ney was cry active nt first and saved scv
Tho llaltlmorcs will open tho exhibition
rinrtm nt Capitol Park this afternoon at
l.r.O. O'Day and Kbrlght and Haddock
nnd Banning will nltcrnnto as batteries nod
Mr.Qiilini will umpire.
Will, Pittsburg was "done up," too,
which Is some consolation.
Looks likes Wlso and Morrill now.
Tbo Phillies meet tho Jersey City tc-lay,
St. Louis has offered Devlin to Columbus.
McCaitliyand Latham have Joined St.
Fouls will captain thu Brooklyn Club
Stratton has finally signed with thu
Jim Mutrlc declines himself ns plc6C(l
Willi Wagcuhurst's work at short.
Billy OricnWond lias been elected us as
sistant captain of the Columbus Club.
Fngnrty will play center field for tho
Phillies, Andrews left and Thompson right.
IhcNuv Yorkswlll not havo the Polo
Slaltcry nf tho New York team opcneil
Iho season with live bits to his credit on
The Cincinnati Club was compelled to let
Vlnu, tho pitcher, nft Sundrfy games lief 010
he would consent lo pitch.
John Morrill lias refused to captain tho
Boston nlno selected for bim for the Fast;
Day games. Ho says ho will playlu any
position, but ho will not undertake to ca
taln such n nlno to victory. He docs not
think the directors gave him n square deal
when they gnvchlm the nine.
Picsldcnt Howctt has returned from hid
fruitless trip after Ward. In speaking
about tho matter bo said:
"I had decided some days ogo not to
waste words on Ward. I mode hlin an offer
of a salary larger than Is or ever has been
paid to any ball player. I had reconciled
liy"''." blsrctusal before I received It.
1 confers I am i'..'5moIntcd and I must say
that I do not think Ward hss treated us
just right. However, what's dono Is done,
and I must grin and beat It, X suppose. 1
shall not wnlvo my claim to Want, and
John B. Day Is tho only man who can slgu
"Ward advances as his reason for not
going to Washington that they aro a weak;
team mid ho docs not caro to take such
heavy responsibilities. Ho also says ho
dislikes that city as a placo of residence!
and ho prefers to remain In New York and
thus be at homo with his friends."
Ward summed up tbo situation In tho
"At present I am In tho hands of a base
ball trust, which can give points to a steel
triiBt. I am on the rcscrvo list of tho.Nciv
York Club. Tboy can sit mo on the bench
and keep mo tbcro until I dlolf they chooso.
Nothing has been said to mo by tho Now;
York management about elgnlng. Tbo
facts are that lam a New Yorker, and I want
to live In Now York. Although It Is a
chestnut, still It Is true, but I Intond giving;
up baseball within two years. I don't want
to go to a town as small as Washington,
but I should be perfectly wllllngto go to
Umpire Gaflncy favors handicapping tbo
stronger clubs In basoball organizations, la
order to glvo tho weaker teams a show.
Said be: "It has been found necessary to
handicap lu almost every other athletic
sport, so why not In baseball? Tbo proper
schemo would bo to havo a committee,
composed of one representative from oach.
club, meet and agree upon tbe handicap.
Take It In tbo American Association, for
Instance. Tbo Athletic, Brooklyn, St.
Louis and Cincinnati clubs aro surely
much stronger than tho other four clubs,
and there would bo ltttlo difficulty In In
ducing them to agree to glvo the Columbus,
Louisville, Kansas City and Baltlmoro
clubs a start of a few games. Say tbo
Columbus Club was given fifteen games
start, Loulsvlllo twche, Kansas City tea
and Baltimore eight.
"Tho result would bo that those tcama
would play good ball longer than tboy do
under tho present order of things, for tbo
players now become disheartened when
they reallre that there Is no chance lor tbemt
to win a good placo in the race. Tho Baltl
moro dub affords a very good example of,
tbe disheartening Influence of lost hope.
That club almost Invarihly starts' out well
In the spring, and tbo team, plays .togethce
so long us the men feel that tbey have a
cbauce for 4 place, but It goes all. (0 pieces
about the mlddlo ot tho, soason when U10
leading clubs get a dozen games ahead.
Tbc public likes close contests, and with a
little hcadwork on the part of club owners
the pennant-winner In every lcaguo or as
sociation can bo kept in doubt until tho
very close of tho 6asou."
It will bo lu order now to heap nil man
ncr of abuso on Ward for simply asscrtlug;
his own rights in this matter tbo right ot
aman to dccllno an offer that is not agree
able to him. It Is probablo that if he play 1
with New York whon ho plays
ho will bo greeted with groans and bis
The Washington publlo had become so ac
customed to looking on Ward as the!
propei ty, lu conscqucnco of tbe deal no
gotiatcu in his abeenco and without hf 1
knowledge, that they aro naturally much,
disappointed ut his refusal to come hero.
It Is hard for us to understand how a
player like Ward can accept a subordinate
position, where bo will boslmplyone among
many, rather than como hero and havo a
chance to win distinction lu developing a
team by putting Into practice some of his
pet theories. But there aro two sides to th-)
Meeting of Vetornn Firemen.
Tho Veteran Volunteer Firemen as
sembled at their hall last night tor tho an
nual election of officers. Mr. James Ward,
president of tho Old Northern Liberty Com-
pauy, was placed in nomination and heartily
seconded by Mr. W, J. Walker, formerly
ot that organization, In an eloquent man
ner. Referring toMr. Ward's connection Willi
and presidency of tho Northern Liberty, ho
spoke of tbo acceptable manner in which
he discharged the duties ot tho position,
and paid a glowlug trlbuto to bis executive!
ability and knowledge of parliamentary
lulcs. If honored with tho presidency ot
tho Veteran Association, ho will bring to
bear his pust experience In tho discharge ot
Its duties in it maimer to win the con
fidence and admiration of U10 remnant noj
left of all tbo old organizations. Upon n
voto being taken, Mr, Ward received a
cordial Indorsement of thu largo number of.
members present and was duly conducted
to tho chair.
Oteiconio by Aiiotlmr'H HiiUViln;;.
"It grieves mo to glvo you pain, Mr.
Ferguson, but I fear It cau never bo. Try,
try to forget inc."
"I'll tiy, .Miss Laura," replied the young
mau,lu u melancholy, hopeloss way. "Ab
sorbed In the vortex of business, as I shall
bo henceforth, I may bo able to still thu
clamor of my aching heart aud banish youc
sweet Imago from my mind."
"The 11) 011 contemplate going Into busi
"I havo mado arrangements," ho said lu
a hollow voire, "to open a largo retail con
"Oh, George ' exclaimed tho beautiful
girl wildly, as she Hung herself Into Ida
arms, "the sight of your suffering Is mora
tbsnl can hear. I am yours I" Chicago;