T.HE WASHINGTON ClilTIO, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 0,1880.
Jt3?rKIXG9LKY IIHOH.' ORRAMF.RY CO.
:x' standard Cash Ptfcci
For our unequalled dairy produots delivered
by our Aldcrncy (Into Word') waRoinv
Tho bcit ptiro swcot milk, per qt ., .. Ro
" " rrcam " . .reij;
" " buttermilk, per (it 4i
" " skim milk, per qt 40
K . 1), Crcntnery rrlnt Hut te r.our own mnXo,
the best and purest 4 V). par pound.
Twenty-six 4 ceht tickets for $1 can b ob
tained from our wnircins or at oftleo, lew and
tori) street northwest.
"T1I09EWIIO DKSIIin COMFORT IN
hot weather rtlncn their order for
Milrts early In spring, so call on P.T. II ALL,
109 F st. n. w.. snlrt maker nnd furnisher.
A JIEKTINO OP TUP. STOCKIIOI.il
en of the WAST1INOTOJJ HWK UK-
POSIT COMPANY will bo held nt thnoftlcn
f the company on FRIDAY, tho SOth day of
Al'JtUi, tor tho election of directum, rolls
open at 12 in, and close at 2 o'clock p. m. I
HAM. CROSS, Bocrctary.
A meeting of tho stockholders of tho Wash
ington Safe Deposit Compnny wlllbo hold nt
the offlco Of tho said company, No. UM Penn
sylvania nvcnuo northwest. In tho city of
Washington. D. C, on WEDNESDAY, tho
Jtthday of April, A. D. IRM9, at o'clock p.m.
Tho object of this meeting Is to detcrmino
the question of Increasing tho capital stock
ui saiu cnmpnny.
WILLIAM A. OOIIDON,
W. II. 1IOKKE,
W. K. KDMONSTON,
kjsj-tanner's htenoonapiiio and'
' typiwritin(i rureau.
Conducted Personally by
, HUDSON G. TANNER.
(Late Chief Stenographer, Now York State
legislature and Hnprcmo Court.)
No 1.115 K street (Dun Building).
Expert Short-hand and Type-writing Work,
Including foreign. langungcs, solicited nt tho
nsnal rates. STUDKNTjt In ShorMiand and
Trpc-wrltlne received at any time. Stenog
raphers furnished buln6ss men. Circulars,
Telephone Call, 1177-3.
J5TDR. V. CONDOIIY,
Baltimore, Md., 812 West Lexington strcot,
graduated In (Jcrraany, Austria and America,
formerly assistant physician of Prof. Dr.
Itlcord, Tarls. . From if) years' oxpcrlenco In
German and Austrian hospitals and special
prnctlco, guarantees a permanent euro In all
Poison, Strictures and all diseases of tho
urinary organs. Married or slnglo men
troubled with organic or nervous weakness
(Loss of Sexual Powers) especially, Sterility,
disorder In tho Bowotsvetc, Recent or Cbronlo
Urethral Diseases positively cured In B to 15
days, and tho poison entirely eradicated from
the system without tho uso of mercury or
canities. Tonccomraodntomy many patrons
of this city, I will bo In Washington every
Thursday from V a. m. until 7 p. in., at No.
838 Penna. nve. n. w.
t3STHEi WASHINGTON ARCHITECT
KS URAL-IRON AND IirtlDCIE WORKS,
.EDWAKD L. DENT, M. E.,
Tho best facilities In the city for all kinds
of Iron work.
Steel Beams, Angles, etc., always In stock.
Fine Ornamental Casts and Wrought-Iron
Work n specialty. . ,. ...
Repairs and general machine work done In
the best manner and at short-notice.
Solo Licensees ,ln tho District of Columbia
for tho "Uoetz-Mltchcll" system of Beam
Anchors and Potoctora.
Works: cor. 33d and Water Streets; Tela
Office: 1413 O Street n. w.; Telephono, 428-2.
Washington, P. C.
KS7IR0N ROOFING, IRON CEILING,
3 Manufactured by
A,NORTnROP&CO., Plttabnrjt, ,ra.
, Orders will be rncelved on and after Fcbrn-
try ai, '80. at 731 II ,t. JfS
. , ' j '
tasfvtuixivti, ivamak zacuhy,
1315 F street.
KST-TnE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
a5' of Washington. D. 0., 0X1 F St. n. w.,
Receives Deposits, Loans Monoy. Issues
trails. 'iTanaaois .b uouur&i uidlwii uuai-.
dcsi. Location central and convenient. F
street oars and uordlcsrunln front of our
door; Oth street cars ran a few rods east of
our building; 7th street and 11th street oars
only two-blocks away; Itstroet and Fa. avo.
oars only three blooksaway. V. II.-WARNElt,
President: A. T. BR1TTON, VIoe-President;
B. B. rARKER, Cashier. Director!: Cbas. B.
Balley.Wm. E. Barker, Alox. T. Brltton,
Chas, C, Duncanson, John Joy Edson, Albert
V. Fox. John H. Hcrrlll, BenJ. F.Lelghton,
Bush McCullocli, Crosby 8. Noyes. if. M.
rarker, a o. Staples, George Triesdell,
Henry K. Wlllard. B. H. Wnrnor.
taSfUBEBOL1 FEET ' ' . . - ,
VX Being requisite to healthful, exer
cise, thousands of well-known personages
Visit DR. WHITE'S establishment. 141(1 Pcnn
sylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard's Hotel, fer
relief from corns, ((unions, diseased nails and
all diseases of the feet. Dr. White's twenty
ninth year of practice In Washington, D. C.
Ofllce fee. 81 a sitting
Confectionery, Pnro Candles, Cakes, Plo,
Nnti, Fqrehrn and Domcstlo Fruits, at
, "QE0RQBWt WEIDMAN'S,
303 Pa. ave. s. e.
LADIE81 LADIE8I LADIES! t .
- Mm MeL'affBrW la the onlv hat
and bonnet-frame msmnf actorer In the city.
Call and eee her now sbapet. Bleaching and
pressing. Straw and Felt Data, altered to i
the latest stylee. Orders promptly attended
to. " 1009 Q street n. w.
-SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS IN
a v YtJk'Mnr.lc hftM tAnnlt thsieafitai at
tention Of persons desiring to acquire suoh
property in large or small tract at the Tery
lowest prices, roll .particulars on applica
tion. Address 803 7tu it. n. w.. Wasnuut
ton, D. C.
MONEY XO ZOAN.
Advertliementt under thlt head, four llnet on
tut, 28 ctnttfor on initrtion; WeenU for thru.
ONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE OR
flrst-olass Hecurltleo at lowest ratei of
:rcst. No delay whore security is good.
803 7th st. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN .
in sumn in nan.
P. A. DAHN1ELL. 618 Y st n W.
ONEY TO LOAN .
in sums io sun
On Approved Real Estate Security.
B. II. WARNER & CO.,
910 F st. n.w.
MONEY TO LOAN IN 8UM8 TQ BUTT AT
lowest rates on approved real estate
security. A. T. COUMDE. 1423 N. Y. ave.
603 D street nortbwost,
Washington, D, O.
Webster Law Building,
Residence, 1218 II strcot northwost.
.XeWlUJETr. o QWTHNr.
Vermont uve. and Z, st, n. w.
Choice Groceries, Moats and Provisions.
The Best Goods at the Lowost Prices.
Marketing dollvered free.
IH STM I ITS.
DDHLAP'S MEW YORK HATS IN SILK AND
DERBY FIFTH AYENDE STYLE.
Recent Importation of French Soft Hats,
light In weight. ,. . . . ,,
La Toska Umbrellas and Canes for ladloi,
Q05 Penna, Ave.
Jouh IlriN, M'g'r, Joiim Startzxah, Trcas,
110 S.GALYERT ST BALTIMORE, MD.
LUBRICATING OILS &H
Adtt) tlumtntt under ma head, four Itneter
leu, 25 ctnttfor ont Imatlen; 60 ttnttfor thru,
who can rend manuscript fldently.
Apply at CRITIC OFFICE between 4 amid
-7ANTEI)TWO YOUNG I.AI)II58 WHO
VV tutderslnnd sewing, nt 404 N.Jinve.
AOKNTS. Apply nt 305 K st. n. w.
LADIES, TO MAKE, WORSTED ADVF.R
llsemcnt Cards nt nonwjt to $8 weekly;
outflt,lCo, fltdgowlckNovcly Co.,Now Haven,
Adiertlcmentt under Ml fiend, fourllneior
at, 23 ctnttfor tot tnnrtlon: CO, ttntt for thru,
WANTED-PERSON8 DESIIHNO 8ITUA
tlons or help to register name, fret) of
charge, nt tho MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, room
28, St. Clond building, 0th and t'Uiff,
WANTED-ROOM-MATE (OENT) FOR
furnished room In. central locality;
with or without board: modern convenience!!:
references exchangod. Addross, stating
when nnd whero Interview can be had, C. E.
M., crltlo offlfce.
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER
bought tor cash by WM. FltiKnu
JIIC11, the manufacturing jeweler, OOO 7th
St., opp ratrnt Ofllce.
Advtrtltniitnti tttultr Ml had. (bur tout or'
lot, S3 ctnttfor ont Inteftlon; 50 centi for thru.
ERKSS CUTTINO MADE EASY-MMB.
Washington's "Dross iCutllng Scale.'
' patented, cnablos every ono to learn to'
cnt all kinds of garment readily and necu
rately, nnd eho will open a school at 1223 F st.
on Monday, January 28, where thOBystcm will
bo taught and tho sealo and A measure book
furnished for $0. This exceptionally low tig
uro Is roroed for Blxty days only. Persons
learning this system aro Immediately placed
In a position to earn good wages.- Ladles
needing experienced hands enn obtain them
at tho school st any time. Paper patterns of
skirt, waist and sleeve cut by measurement
for ladles nt 60 cents.
JUOTH'S OLD STAND IS THE ONLY
placo whero first-class second-hand oloth
lng can bo sold nt' rospectablo prices. Ad
dress or call at C19 D Bt. n.w,
AdteltlttntrnttMdtr MM broil, fourllntlqr
in, 23 ctnttfor ont Inttrtlon; CO ttnti for thru.
ERANK B. CONOER,
1415 F Street.
nOUSES FOR BALE N. W. SECTION.
Massachusetts are.. 100,000, $33,000, $13,000,
$40,000, $35,000, 825,000. .
Connecticut nvo.,' $33,000, $30,000, $22,000,
Vermont ave.. $34,000, $20,000.
Rhode Island ave.. $3A.000, $30,000, $22,000.
llh street, $100,000, $75,000, $37,000.
18th street, $28,000.
I strcot, $53,000.
K street, $31,000. ,
yi street, p3,000, $44,000, $30,0(10.
N street, fcfl.ooo, 3S,000;f 17,000, $12,000.
1 street, $15,000, $8,000, $7,600.
q street, $20,ooo.
lllllyer Place, $18,000.
New Hampshire ave.and23th St., $0,000.
nouses unucr 'u,isa; ana unimprovea prop
erty In all parts of the city.
1415 F streot.
E OR BALE-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
G-room houses, with bath, range, etc.. In
bUtJ uuillincBfci uom itu mum uu oh vnm
prlco only $3,800 ooab; terms, $300 cash, bal ,
ance 13(1 per mouth. Also on Clovoland avo,
the not t Invest: near Oth and 7th st. cars
Ors, for - 5J,:i5u
On s, bet 10th and 17th sts 0,000
" U St.DotlBthand 10th sts. i...;... 0,800
" lfith, betTand u sts 7,soo
" 13th. bet 1' and Q sts 0,800
" q.betiath and 14th sts.wltli stable 7,000
" Boundary, near Oth st, new house. 3,000
" Marlon sc, lot Oth and 7th nw 4,230
Apply to J. W. P. MYERS & SON,
1420 New York avo.
AJtirtliMiiinti indtf mi hiad. four Una bt
liu,ii ctnttfor ont imtrtlon; Wctntifor three.
JOHN F. WAGGAMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
700 14th st. n. w.
Persons desiring to latest In Washington
rty or Loan iionoy on tne same, can, ny
ravlnir a small rjerccntice on the 'amount In
volved, get an unprejudiced opinion as to the
exact valuo and chances for Its Improvement,
All matters pertaining, to tne Jtcai jsstaio
Business promptly attended to.
Agency for tho Queen & Eliot Insurance
REAL HSTATB BROKER
1819 Fst, adjoining Sun Building.
Suburban property a specialty.
FOB HAZE AXJi RENT.
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN 9l7 V street.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays,
THREE-STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOT7RF-S FOR SALE.
Oth Bt, bet K and L n w $30,000
400 M stnw. bh.ml.14r9 22,500)
eisistaw, bb.ml.iars ia,ooo:
623 llth st n w, b h, 6 ra 15,000
4153d stnw, bh,tnl.-Hrsr....i....j... 12,000
1018 10th st n w. b h. m 1. 10 rs 12.000
609 Mstnw, bh.m I, isrs 11,000
StfBHetn w. b h,ml.12r ,. 8,000
207 G stnw, bb, ml, 10 rs 8,000
TWO STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR SALE.
1839 8th st n W, b b, 5 rs $2,600
123783d Btnw.f h.4rs 2,105
rHnnd426 0Btalle-rnw.fh. 4rs 1.800
1414 Sampson stnw.fb.Ors 1,700'
BOstnw.f h.fir 1.500
2400 to 2401 Columbia ave, f b; ,5 rs. ...... 1,500
14111 Sampson st n w, tn.o rs ,, - i,hm
14306nmpi)onsf n w. f n, 8rs...i. ........ lco
903 to 907 V stnw, bb, 6 rs 1,600
Alley, bet 23d andlth.L and,Mstsnw,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Cor Va aye and Ith st n w.
lstnst, not u ana u sis se, ,.,,.
19th st, bet K Cap and A sts s e,
8 o cor S Cave and llth sts o...
K st, bet 10th apd 17th sts n w..
.Vn ave. httt eth nnd 7th fits ma...
...... 3 00
Bel ave, bet Band O stsne.,... 1 80
10th st, bet M and N n w 1 73
Mass ave, bet Del ave and lststno 100
NfjcorN JIno and V stnw ,.. 70
nntTSTiS FOR RFNT.
F27 22dstnw,0 r $30 oo
UVJHstnv.V rs . 30 oo1
935 O Bt w, B rt 22 50
8H1) ftne.Ore , i 22 60
1912 N II avo nw, Ors 18 89
20189th etnw,6 rs , 18 30
20209th stnw.6rs... 18 00
1400 and 1108 Md avo n c. 0 rs 18 00
21910th st no. 12 ra 18 oo
2129 and 2431 N st n w, 0 rs 10 60
uosustse, 7r looo
2230stne,6 rs lu 00
1116 Oth stsw, Ors ...., t 13 83
617CstSW,6rs 13 29
1106 lists 0,7 rs 15 00
4UUbt8W,3rs 13 30
712 1st it ne, Or isoo
27th st road, 0 rs 12 00
340 13th stne.Srs 10 00
305 10th stc,5r 10 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. H. bonds; 6 per cent., pnyablo
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; email pre
mium charged. iqa
In Bums to suit at 6 per cent.
Tho abovo Is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list call at office for
bulletin, Issued on tho 1st and 15th,
WOO!? ANl) a Q.tE.
V. Baldwin Johilsoil
Wholesale and Rotall Dealer In
Wood a.XLd. Goal.
Anil the Washington Gas Co.'s Coho.
Completo Facilities. Bottom Prlaes
Full Weight and Meaiuro,
Wood and Coal direct from the forests and
mines by rail and water, and freo from slag,
date and other impurities,
GIVH US A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Office 1101 R.I. avo. n. it.
Branch, " " fillAst, s.e.
BranoB " " 610 a W it. t.w.
Branch offloe for orders, oornor, Tenth and I
sts, , w, . ,, , ,
Branch ofllce for orders, cornor 13th and M
eta. n w.
All connoctod by telephone
Having rocently fitted up a
In connection with my PATENT PROCESS,
I am prepared to furnish
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK PRICKS,
Photograph g onJYood for tho Trade.
418 BlovtaU- 8tre. N, W
rOJt KENT no VHEH.
Aitrertttantntt unrttr Mil Aead,Jou'tlntior
Ittt, 23 ctnttfor ont Initi lion; 50 c tntt for three.
I' TOR HENTVONM ERIUIAN 'iiirX BlT
! tweon ICth and 17th streets, one square
nbnvo Boundary street, .) honses, 4 rooms
each: well of water In front; $6.80 per month.
Inquire of Y. P. Oflll, on premises,
11151 stnw.n rs $250 00
1211 Kstn w, )rs... ,(,.,.. am
UOlRIavonw, 17 rs., J UHJ1
1413 Mas ave, 17 rs , 7... 2to oo
1(09 .Mass avo n w., ... 106 07
1228Mstn w, 15 rs I... 12100
181(1 N stnw, 13 r (. 123 00
1428 Mass nvc, 14 rs....... .!.... 123 00
lTSU'Mnsavc, 17 rs.,.. ...'. 123 03
J'stnw, 12 rs 125 00
1700 15th stnw, 18 rs !...'. 118 C7
1123 loth Bt n w. 15 rs 1)3 00
1C2.1 Mass avr, 13 rs ioooo
1728 1 st n w, 13 rs , 8.133
IKXlHtlistn w, Orsnndstoru 81 X)
1018 2lst stnw, II rs 83 33
lew list n w, warthoiiso , w 00
50Hftn W.I.. ........ ........I... 75 00
B1512thstn w, 13 rs 73 00
2023 o st n w, 11 rs and stable 70 00
817 12th st 11 wr14 rs 70 00
1023 1 st n w, v rs MOO
1413 Nstn W, II rs MOO
824l2thBtnw, store and dwg GO 00
2012 lllllyer Place, 0 rs .. 00 00
KiBNstn w, 10 r 55 00
rmiistnw,n.'. '. moo
ion N stnw, 8 rs , rooo
12(0 lltli st n w, 0 rs 60 00
2414 nth stnw, 10 rs 1 43 00
I923l5tbstn w,'ars.. 43 00
15.18 1'lercol'lnco, 10 r , 42 00
Kiopttnw, l6rs 42 00
alio 14th stnw. 10 rs 40 00
1400 Chnpln st, 0 rs 40 00
1C07 l&th st n w, 10 rs 40 00
1014 21st stnw, 14 r .-
1330 Rlggs stnw, Ors. ..'. .-....' '33 00'
13321DggsStUW,0 r 33 00
looo 16th stnw, or 30 00
1.108 eth st n w. 7 rs..'. no 01
1524 20th stnw, 8 rs., .,..,..,.... -iOT 00
228 1st st irw, 0 rs i...A.,f,..1.... .1500
2221stStSW, r i.ii 1500
212 1st stnw. Ors 13 00
103.1 SOth st II w, 8 W 14 00
The above houses enn bo examined hy per
mit from our oftlco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER CO.,
1321 F Bt n w.
EOll NAZrMljipE'l.ZA XEOCJi.
I?OR SALE-FAMILY- HORSEruiND A8'A
J lamb: Just from tho country. Can bo
seen and tried at 493 1C Bt. s. w.
SWNV1 r f s,j-w fWWVVsy A fJ.r
The 0rat Pjemisylvania' Itonte
' To, "the Jf0rtn,,'Wes w& Southwest.
DouMofTnlE. Kplendld Scenery.
fcicei nans. magmnccnt equipment
IH Errrcr FlBnuxnT 21, J889.
Trains leave Washington from station, cor
ner of sixth and B streets, as follows: ,
Red Express of Pullman Vcstlbulcd Cars nt
0.60 n. m. dally; Fast Lino, 9.50 a.m. dally to
Cincinnati and'St. Louls.'wlth'slecplng Cars'
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Uarrlsbnrg
to St. Louis; dally, oxcept Saturday, to Chi
cago, with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago.
Western Express at 7.40 p. m dally, with
Bleeping Cam Washington to Chicago apd St.
Loulsi connecting dally at narrlsbtirg with
throngh Sleepers for Loulsvlllo and Memphis.
Paclflo Express, 10.00 n. m, ilally for Pittsburg
nnd the West, with through Sleeper to Pitts
burg, and Pittsburg. tq Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAU.
Fan Emr., C'ANiNnAiotrA and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo .nndtNIagara dally, except'
Saturday, 10.00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester,
Fob WitiiAiOroBT, Lock Haven, ond El
mini, at 0.60, arm, daily, except Sunday-.
Fon New Yoiik nnd tho East, 7.20, 0.00, 11,00,
nnd 11.40 a. m.; 2.10, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p. m.
On Sunday, 9.00. 11.40 a. m.; 2.10,4.10. 10,00 ami
11.20 p.m. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Cars, 0.40 a. m. dally, excopt Sunday, and
3.43 p. m. dally, with Dining Car.
Fon Boston without change, 2.10 p. m. every
day. . ,
Fon,DnooKi.TN,''N. T.. all through trains
connect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, Affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding dotiblo ferrlugo across New
York City. , .
Fon PniLABKiJ-nu, 7.20, 8.10, 0.00, ,11.00 and
11.40 p.m., 2.10, 4.10, 6.00, 8.10, 10.00 and 11,90
S.m. On Sunday, 0.00, 11.40 n. m., 2.10. 4.10,
CO, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p. m. Limited Ex
press, nil Parlor Cars, 0.40. a. m.wcek days,
and 8,45 p; m.-dally, with Dining Cora,
Fon Atlaxtio City, 11.00 and 11.40 a. m.
DUiiuuy, V.W, D.VJ, V..A, JJ.1VU, lu., .
4.10. B M. 7.40. R.10. 10.00 and 11.20 n. m
Foa Porx'a Cncxn Likt, ISto a. m. and 4.40
p. ra. dally, except Sunday.
Fon ANNArous, 7.20 and 9 00 a. m., 12.03 and
4.40 p. m. dally, oxcept Sunday. Sundays,
o.oo a. m., 4.10 p. m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBUlta
RAILWAY, ANII 'ALEXANDRIA AND
Fon Auxaxdma, 4 JO, 0.35, 7X, 8.40,10.45,.
10.57 a.m., 12.04 noon, 2.05, 3.40, ja,B.09, 0.01,
8.05, 10.05 and 11.37 p.m. On Sunday at 4 JO,
0.45, 10.57 turn., 2J0, 0.01, 8.05 and 10.05p.ro.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7J a. mi and
6.00 p. m. week days.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4.30, 10.57 a.
m. dally, and 3.40 pi ra dally, except Sunday,
Trains ixive Aloxandrla for Washington,
0.03, 7.03, 800, 9.10, 10.13, 11.07 a. Ul., 1.20,
3.00, 3.21, 5.10, 6.30, 7.05, 0.32, 19.42 and 11.05 p.
m. On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a. m., 2.09,
S'10. 7.05, 9.82 and 10.42 p. m.
Tickets and Information at the office, north
east comer of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue, and at tho station, where
orders can be left for tho checking ot baggage
to destination from hotels and residences.
CIIAS. K. PUQII, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. General Passenger Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect March 10th, 1889."
Leave Washington from Station Corner of
New Jersey avenue and O street.
Ton Cmcioo and Northwest, Vostlbuled
Limited express dally 8.53. a.-m., express QM
Fon Cincinnati, St. Lonls and Indlanapoll9,
express dally, 3.00 and 11.10 p. m.
Fon Pittbbdro and Cleveland, Vcstlbaled
Limited express dally 8.63 a. m. and expresa
0.05 p. m,
Fon Lzxinoton and Local Stations 110.10'
Fon Baltimore, week days, 6.00, BJ0, 0.40,
7.30, 8.80, 9.30 (45 minutes), 9.43, 11J, (H min
utes) a.m., 12.10, 2.05, 2.30, (15 minutes), 3.15
tiominuiesia.-o,4.aOf 4.ao, aiu, u.i3;o.,y.w,
8.00,0.45,10.30 and 11 JO. p. m. Sundays, 8 SO,
8.30, 9J09.45, 11.25 a. m,; 1.15, 2.05, 18.104.22.168,
4 30,' 4.85, 0.43, 7.80, 8.00, 9.45, 10.80'and 11.80..
p.m. . ' 4 ,
Fon Wat Stations betweeS Washington
and Baltimore 5.00, 8.40, 8.30 a.m., 12.10, 3.23
4.35, e.45, li jo p, m, Sundays, 8.3a a. in., 1.15.
3.21,4.85,6.45, fl.SO p.m. '
TitAixa leave llaltlmoro for Washington,
weekdays, 5,10, 80, 0J0. 7.13,-7.20, 8.00 ('
xninuiesi, vav, -u.io, iu.iu ei.) iiiiuuiv;. u. ui.,
12.15, 1.45, 2,00, 3.00, 4.13 (45 minutes), 5.00, 0.00,
0.30, 7.60, 8.03, 10.U, 10.10 and 11.00 p. m. Sun
days, 6 30, 7.13, 8.00 (45 mtantesJ.O 00,9.05, 10.25
a. m., 12.50, 1.45, 2.00, 4.151.6.00, 11.00, 7,00, 8.05,
1005, 10.10 and ll.oo p. mt - -
Fon ANNArous, Cl0 nnd 8.30 a. in., 12.10 and
4.85 p.m. On Sundays, aao a, to., 4 so p. mi
Lcao Annapolis 0.40, 8 37 a.m., 12.03, 4.10 p.
m. Sundaj-B, 8.37 a. m., 4.10 p. m.
Fon stations on tlio Metropolitan Branch,
1(1.85, iio.10 n. jn., tl.15 p. m. for principal sta
tions only, tio.10 a. m., t4.85 aud't&.3p. tn.
Fon GAiTiiERsnciui and Intermediate points,
10.00 a. m 112JO. UMi 5 85, til J p. ro.
Fon IIovd's nnd lutennodlato stations, 17.00
p. in., 110.00 p. m.
Ciii'iicii train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1,15 p. m., stopping at all stations on Met
Fon FiiKsemcK, H0.10 a. m, tl.35 and ts.so
p. ra. Sundays, 1.15 p. m.
Fon Hiuxiuiruu N, tlO.10 a. m. and t5.30 p.m.
TiuiNs AnniVB from Chlcngo dally 8.33 a.
. and 0 33 u. m.: from Cincinnati ana St.
Lonls dally 0.20 a. m. and 1.65 p. m; from
Pittsburg 8.35 a. in., t7.'J0 and OJS p. m
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION. Fon Nkw Yoiik, Tronton, Newark and Eliz
abeth, N.J.; 18.00, "9.30, 11.89 a. m., ":,
t.15 and 10.30 p. m. Buffet Parlor Cars on
all day trains. Sleeping car.cn the 10.30 p.
m., open at 9.00 p.m.
Fon PiuuDt.u'inA, Newark, Wilmington
nnd Chester, 18 oo, 0.S0, 11,25 a. m., J.30,
4.13, 8.00 and 10.30 p. m.
Fon Atlantic City, ll.S5 a. m.
Fon iMrnntniATE points between Balti
more and Philadelphia, DJO a. ra. 2.05 and
Turns 'ibavb New York for Washington.
8.30, tll.oo a.m.. 1.30, A80, 'MJ p. ra..and
12.00 night. ,
TnAiNs u-avb Philadelphia for Washington,
4.I0,8.U,M1.S. m tJ.43, 1.15, .isand
7.30 1, m..
Except Sunday. 'Dally. iSnnday ouly.
Baggage called for and cheeked ut hotols
and resiliences on orders left at ticket offices,
810 and 1351 Pa. nvo.
W. M. CLEMENTS, CHAR. O, SCULL,
General Manager, Gen-Pass. Ag't.
Chosnpoako and Ohio Routo.
Schedulo In effect FEBRUARY 20, 1E89.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Oth and II streots.
10.67 a. . For Newport News, Old, Point
Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrive in Old
Point at 0 85 n, m. and Norfolk ut 700 p.m.
Through parlor cars to Old Point Comfort
dolly.except Sunday, ..
U-JtA.u. l'or BtutloM on the Chesapeake
and Ohio In Virginia, West Virginia and Ken
tuoky daily. Sleeping oars Washington to
Charlottesville nnd Charlottsvllle to Clnoln
uaH. bunday train runs only to Clifton Forgo.
8.80 r. . Fast Western Exw-osjidally,
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet Bleeping
Cars to iaulsvlile; Pullman service to Cincin
nati, Bt. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans.
The Traveler's Guide.
WnysmtKl Itoursj of (Icdlnc; I'll unit
Out of !V's!iltBton.
Depnrtiirts From 11. nud 1. Station,
" chonccof ears.)
For New York-7:M, 0O0, D.-40 (limited),
- 11:00, 1l:(0 a.m., 2:10, 4:10, 8:10, lO.on, us
p.m. On Hundnts, 0.-00. 11:10 a, m., 2:10,
4:10, 10-00, 1130 p. in. Congressional lim
ited express of Pullman parlor and,dlnlng
cars, daily nt 9:45 p. m.
rorI'hllndelphla7aw, 6:10,900, llOO,ll:Wn.
m.,2:10, 4H0, COO, 8:10, 10. and HMO 1. m.
On bnnilays, 8.-00, 11:40 a.m., 2:10, 4:10,0.-00,
8:10. lo.oo and llMOp. m. Umlted express
parlor and dining cnrs,9:40n.m. wockdrtrs,
.anil 8:13 p.m. dally.
For Ilaltlmoni 8-35, 7:20, 8:10, 9K,9:W (lim
ited), 0 M, HxXland 11:40 a. m., 120, 2:10
3:45 (Congressional limited), 4:10, 4 SO. 4:10
8-00, 7:40, 8:10, 10O0, 1130 p. in. On Sundays,
0.00, 0:05, 9.50, 11:40 a.m.. 2:10. 3:13 (Congres
sional limited), 4:10, 6:00, 7:10,8:10, 10KIO and
For Chicago. Cincinnati and St. Lonls 90 .
.rn. (limited express and fast Una), 7:40 and
For Eric, Cnnandalgua, Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara 100 p. m. dally except Sunday,
-wltb-palace cars to Rochester,
or Wllllumsport, Lock Haven and Elmlrn
0:50 a. m. da lly except Sunday.
For Annapolis 7.20 and 9.-00 a. m 12.03, 4: W p.
m. on Suridays, 9:00 o. m. and 4:10 p. m.
For Pope's Creek Lino 7l a.m. and 4:40 p.
m. dally except Sunday.
orAlcxandrla-4.30, 0 A, 733,8:10, 9:45,10:57
a. m., 12:04, 2.09, 3:40, 4S3, 600, 601, BOB, 10.O3,
11:37 p.m. On Sundays, 4 JO, 9:13, 10:37 a.m.,
2.30. f.0), 8.00. 10O5 p. a.,
Accommodation for Quantlco 7S3 a. rn., 5.00
p. m. week dnys only.
For Richmond and tho Ponth 1.30. 10.57 a. m.
dally and 3:40 p. m. dally except Sunday.
Fast -expreM for Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo nnd
St, Louis Via Charlottevlllo andChcsapoako
and Ohio Railway 8 JO t. m. dally.
For local stations on Cnesapeako and Ohio
to and Including Clnclnnatl-llrfl a. in.
dally oxcept Sunday.
For. Fort Monroo, Newport Nows and Norfolk
10.37 n. nil dally.
For Lynchburg, Bristol, Montgomery and
New Orleans 8..T0 n. m. dally. , u
For Lynchburg, Bristol. Cnattanoogai' Nash
ville nnd Memphis 6:11 p.m. dally.
For Lynchburg, llnlclgh, Atlanta. Aiken,
Montgomery and Now Orleans 11:21 a.m.
nnd 110 p.m. dally.
ForMonnssas, Strasburg and way 2:30 p.
m. dally except Sunday.
For Loeiburg, Round Itlll and points on
Wasblngton,Ohlonnd Western Railroad 9
n. ra. dally except Sunday uml 4:15 p.m.
Arrlvnls lit II, nnd 1. Station.
From Boston 10:45 n. m. dally. ,"
From Now York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8O0
10:45 a. m., 2:15, 3:10, 9:12 (limited) nnd 10.15
p.m. dnlly, 1:12, (4O0 limited) 8:10 and 8.30
p, m. dnlly except Sunday.
Froml'blladelpMaonly 11:10 u. dally and
.7H5 p. m.wcek dnys.-. . - ,
From Baltlmoro-i4:10. 0 30, BOO 8,35, 8:15, 9J3,
iu:ia, ii:wn. m., i:4', s:i3, a:iu. 4-w viimuou;.
5:55.0.56,7:05, 8:10,8.30, 9:12 (Congressional
limited) nnd 10:33 p. m. On Sundays, 4:10,
6 JO, 8.O0, 9.33, 10:43, 11:40 a. m 2:15, 3:10. 5:55,
8:30, 9:12 (Congressional limited), 1035 p. m.
From Annapolis 8.00 a. in., 1:42, 5:33 p. m. On
HundnvM. 5:53 n. m.
From Niagara Fall". Buff alo, Elmlra and liar
ilnburg Dally ,9.33 a. m. and 0-30 n. ra. dally
From rope's Creek Line 8 J5 a.m. woek days
only nnd 3:60 p. m. dnlly.
From Richmond nnd tho South 11:24 a. m.,
3:40 and 110 p, m. On Sundays, 11:21 a.m.
and 11 Ml p.m.
From Chicago and Pittsburg 8 JO, 033 a.m.,
5.53,8:10 p.m. All dally.
From St. Louis 0 JO a. m. dally.
From Alexandrlo-825, 123, 630, 9J0, 10:33,
11:2! a. m., 1:40, SX0, 3:40, 5:80, (W0,- 7A, 0M,
110, Hi's p.m. On Sundays, 9:30, 11 ill, a.
m., USO, 5.80, 7:25, 0:52, 1IAT0 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Lonls via
Chesapeake and Ohio Route 9:40 p. m.
dally- .From Cincinnati and way, 5:40 p. in.
dally except simday.
From Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3'W p, m. dally except Sunday,
11:20 p.m. dully.
From Lynchburg, Bristol, Memphis, Mont
gomery and New Orleans 11:13 n. m. dally.
From Memphis, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch
burg 9:40-0. m. dnlly.
rrom Lynchburg, Raleigh, Aiken, Atlanta,
Montgomery and New Orleans 7:00 a.m.
nnd 7:13 p.m. dnlly.
From Mnnnssas, Strnsbug and Way 10:13 a.
tn. dally except Sunday.
From Leesburg, Round Hill and Pouts on W.
s nnd O. II. R. 8.80 a. m. dally and 3:68 p. m.
dally except Sunday. .
Departures From 11. ami O. Station
For Baltimore SO), 630, (S:W, 7-JO, 8:30, 9J0, !
0.-43,11:23, a, m.; Kitq, 2303, 2J0,i 3:15, 3r23,
4J0, 4.35. 6 JO. 0:15, 0:15, 7:30, 8,K), 0:43, 10:30
and 11:30 p.m. ,
For Pbllndelphla-OJO, 8K, 9J0. Mi a. m".;
230,4:15, 4:30 H.O0 and 10 JO p.m. All trains
dally except S.-oOa. mt and 4:13 p.m.
For New York-8,-00, 9:30, 11S5 a. nt; 2:30, 4:15
and 10:30 p.m. All daily except 8.00 a. m.
train. . ,
For Atlantic Clty-lt:25 a. m. dally.
For Chlcngo and Pittsburg 8.55 a. m. and 9.03
J i. m., dully. Tho 6:33 a. m. train Is u Mm
ted vestibule. train. ?, .
r Cincinnati. St. Louis, 'Indianapolis and
Louisville 3:00 and 11:10 p. m., dally.
ForAhnapolls-B:10. 8 JO a. m.; 12:10 and 4 33
p. m. On Sundays, 8:30 a. m. and 435 p. m.
For Galthersburg and Way 9.-00 n. m. and
12:30p. ra. On Sundays, 10:10 a.m.; train
stops at all stations on Metropolitan
Branch; nnd 0:33 p. m, to Galthersburg
For Washington Junction and-Prlnelpal Sta
tions on Metropolitan Branch 10:10 am.,
dally. On Sundays stops at all stations.
Sunday train 1:15 p. m.
For Boyd's and Way 7.00 p. m. week days;
Sundays, 100 p, m.
For Lexington and Valley 10:10 a.m. week
days, and on Sundays at 10:10 a, m. to Har
per' Ferry only.
For Frederick and Way 10:10 n. ra. and 4:33
p.m., dally, except Sundays, On Sunday
at 1:15 p.m.
Arrivals at IT. 'and OT Station,
From BaltImoro-12:15, 0:30, 7:30, 6.05, 8:15, 8 JO,
8:45,100, 1033,11-01), 11:15 a.m.; 1:60, 230,
2:30, 2:50, 4 JO. 50,60,0:35, 75,80, 6:15,
8.55 10:54 nnd 115 p.m.
From l'hllade Iphlu-8:15, 11:15 a.m.; 2 JO, 60,
7:15. 8:45 and 10:55 n. m.
From Chicago and Pittsburg 8.33 a. m. and
From Pittsburg, Grafton and Frederick 7S0
p. m. week days, and on Sundays for Grafton
From Cincinnati, St. Louts and Louisville
6:20 a. m.and 1:55 p. m., dally.
' From Annapolis 830, 100 and 1033 a. m.t
1:60 and 6J5 p.m. On Sundays 100 and
10S5 a. m. and 0:35 p. m.
From Galthersburg and way 7:10, 1153 a. m.;
2.55,7:10 nnd 10.20 p.m. OnSunday8.-COp.rn.
From Washington Junction and way 8:23.
9.50a. m.; 4:03, 41:3 and 7S p. m. On Sun
days 8S5 a, tn.'. 4:15 and 720 p m.
From Boyd's and way (CM a. m. week duys
From Lexington nud Valley Branch 4:15 p. m.
1 On Sundays from Tlarpor's rerryonly.
From Frederick and way 8 A5 a. m. dally.
From New York-8:15 a. m.; A'-JO, 60, 7:15,
8-45 and 10:65 p.m. '
M. IT. SEETZ,
KEailox- bjclO. Ixcipor'toi?,
My now-Importations are now fully opened
and complete. They comprise ull the late-it
novelties In EngUsh and French Goods for
gentlemen's wear. An oirly lnspoctlon Is i e
M. F. SELTZ. .
Every Piece JSTe w
Wo Invite nil good dressers to Inspect our
now Spring Woolens. Tho styles are tho
latest and tho quality of the best. Superior
suits to order for $28- Wo guarantee to pleaso
tho most fastidious and all others.
Fashionable Tailoring and Furnishings,
1010 XTcw TTo-vlc Aro-ta.
H. D. BKRR,
FALL ID WINTER GOODS,
All ot the Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOIW SUITINGS,
ETC., JDST ARRIVED.
UR.BARR personally fltaall garments mado
In our establishment.
1111 Penna. Avenue.-
For a fnll lino of Gentlemen's Worsteds,
Coatlnft SUltons, Trousers, Scotch and Sna
lh Chovlots, Cloths and Doeskins; also full
line of Tailors' Trimmings, Call on
3S DEi QUAST,
Q2Q D 8tiUiortnwt,
TltCHTEKS' HALE OP THH VALUARLK
riECK (IP PHOI'llllTY KNOWN AH "IN
(ILKSIDH," SITUATED I THE COUNTY
OP WASHINGTON, DISTI ICTOP (.IIMIM
1IIA, ON I'lllllCK'H MILL ItoAl), AT Till'.
HKAtl OP 17TII, 18TH AND 1JTII STIIP.Er.S
By virtue or the will of Helen II. Cnrklilll,
flecened. wo will offer for sale ul pnMla auo
tlon on TUESDAY, tho Oth of April, 1S81, nt 0
o'clock, p, in., on the premises, thnt vutunblo
tract of land known ns Inglesldu, containing
nbout seven! y.ono (71) ncres of Innd nnd Im
proved by a solidly built mansion house (con
taining eighteen rooms), largo stable and
other necessary ontbulldlngs.nridhavlngupon
It n well supplying an abundnnco ot puro
"InglcMdo" has recently been subdivided
Into bnlldlng Kits with streets and avenues
running 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 lett optional with tho pur
chaser at this cither sala to adopt and record
this subdivision or such ether ono i ho may
see flt, A plat ot tho surrey and subdivision
may bo seen upon application to tlio trustees.
Tills Is a raru upiiortunlty for persons de
siring to Invest In suburban property. Tho
Droncrtv will ho sold as a whole.
Terms of Bale: One-fourth of tho purchasol
..it'll. J ,u I, nil, UU14 KIU IVf-ltlUC 111 blllU l'Ml
Installments at respectively one. twd and
three years from day of sale, with Interest
from date nt the rata of 5 per cent, per an
num, payable semi-annually, tho deferred
payments to bo secured by tho purchasers'
notes and a deed of trust on tho property, or
all cash at tho purchasers' option,
A deposit of $1,000 will bo required at tho
tlmoof sale. If the terms of sale aro not
compiled with In ten days from tho day of
sale tho property will bo resold at tho risk
and cost of the defaulting purohaser.
. . . Trustees.
WALTER!!. WILLIAMS A CO.,
WALTER Hi WILLIAMS & CO.,
Tlwlrtlinnf n deirt nf trust fpnm thnliMlrs ri
.William Ai Bradley, deeeitsed, rcconlel
among ino land records oi mo instrict pi Co
lumbia, 1 will offer
for siilo tit miction, on tho promises, on
THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OP
APRIL, 1889, AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. Auulos
tan Island Is In tho District ot Columbia, It
.contains upwards of 87 ncrcs of ground. It
Is beautifully situated In the Potomac River,
opposlto tho cities of Washington and George
town, from which It Is soparatcd by a narrow
and deep channel. A unort dlstnnco abovo
tho llnml Is tho outlet lockof tho Chesapeake
nnd Ohio Canal, opening Into tboTlvcr, Tho
Island Is connected with tho Virginia ahoro
by a folld masonry causeway, nnd thenco by
the new freo Iron bridge with Wnshlngton
One-fourth of tho purchase money In cash,
of which $1,000 shall bo paid at the time ot
sale, nnd the remainder 30 days thereafter.
Tho residue of tho purchnse money to be paid
in three eaunl Installments. In. resnectlvulv.
ono, two nnd three years after day of sale,
with Interest from day of salo nt 5 per cent,
per annum, pnyablo semi-annually. Upon
compliance with the terms of snlu tho pur
chaser will reecho a deed for tho property,
and at tho samo tlmo execute a deed of trust,
In tho naturo of a mortgage, to sccuro tho de
ferred payments. If the terms of salo aro
not compiled with lu 30 dnys after day of salo
tho property will bo resold at the risk and
cemtof tho defaulting purchaser.
Taxes paid up today ot sale.
Coin cyanclng and recording at purchaser's
TITLE GOOD OR NO SALE.
T)ROP08AL9 FOR MISCELLANEOUS SUP-
X PLIES. Wn DnrAnTvtNT. April 2. wa.
1 proposals (In duplicate) will
11 ho ro-
calved at this ofllce until 1 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday, May 22, 1889, for furnishing Mis
cellaneous Supplies, consisting of Brooms,
Brushes, Soaps, Towels, etc, etc.. for tho
War Department nnd Its bureaus tn Washing
ton, during the fiscal year ending Juno 30,
1890. Blank forms of pioposals, showing tho
Items and intimated quantities required, to
gether with Instructions to bidders, will bo
furnished on application to this olllco. Bids
will be considered on each Item separately.
Proposals must be addressed to tho under
signed, Indorsed on tho outside of the envel
ope, "Proposals for Miscellaneous Supplies."
M. R. THORP, Chief Supply Division.
Wasihnciton, I). C, April 3, 188'J.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received nt
this Department until SATURDAY, THE
11TII DAY OF IAY, 1819, nt'W o'clock noon,
nt which tlmo and place they will be opened
In tho presence of bidders or their authorised
ogents or attorneys, for doing tho nccossnry
painting In tho Department; for winding and
keeping the clocks In repair, and for furnish
ing such coal, wood, Ice, carpets, chairs, cot
ton cloth (for map mountlug), aoap, closet
paper, matches, dusters, whisk and corn
brooms, desk and wasto-paper baskets, and
forage, as may bo ordered during tho fiscal
year beginning July 1, 1839, and ending Juno
Lids are also Invited for tho purthaso of tho
wasto paper from tho Foitofuce Department,
Money-Order Building, Topographer's offlco
and Mnrlnl's Hall. , lA. , .,
Blanks for proposals, with specifications
giving detailed statement of tho requirements
tobo met In respect to each article, and also
tho estimated quantities probably to bo re
quired of each, and airing full Instructions as
tn tho manner of bidding undcondltlons to be
observed by bidders, will bo furnished on ap
plication to the Superintendent and Disburs
ing Clerk, Postofhco Department, Washing
ton, D. C.
Tlio Postmastcr-Gcnernl reserves the right
to reject any or all bids, to walvo technical
defects, and to accept any part of any bid
und reject tho other part.. ,
JROTOSALS FOR SUPPLIK9 FOR THE
Wasiiinoton, D. C, March 12. 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at
this Departmentuntll SATURDAY, TUB 13TII
OF APRIU 1889, at 13 o'clock noon, for fur-
nliiKI,,, wrnnnlntf nnnnr. n-rannlntf liunorfor
faclng-sllps, twine, letter scales, post-marking
and rating stamps, rubber stamps, canceling
Ink, pads, paper, envelopes, rubber goods,
pens, pen-holders, pencils, Inks, mucilage,
glass goods, rulers, folders, artlclos of stoel,
rtihi,,.,. pi-user, liooks. tvoe-wrlter aunntlos
' and miscellaneous stationery, lu such quan
tities ot tho uinerent nnieies, respocuvuiy,
and nt euch times nnd from time to tlmo, as
they may bo ordered, during tho fiscal year
beginning Julyl, 1889, and ending Juno 110,
ISO, for tho use of any branch of the depart
ment or postal service.
Blanks for proposals, with specifications
giving detailed statement of the requirements
to bo met in respect to each article, and also
tho estimated quantities' probably to be re
quired of each, and giving full Instructions
ns to tho manner of bidding nnd conditions to
be observed by bidders,- will be furnished on
application to tho Superintendent of the Di
vision of the Postofflco Department, ashing-
Tlio Postmaster-General reserves the right
to reject any or ull bids, to waive toohnlcal
dcrects, and to accept any part of any bid
and reject the "'VANAMAKER,
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Rotall Dealers la
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
814 Eighth St. N. W., near I'll. Ave.
Orders or roquosts tor quotations given
personal attention, and satisfaction guaran
teed lu prlco and quality.
"Let Your CHliren Decide."
If bristles aro Irrltatlwt to the skin of
adults, as they unquestionably are, they aro
doubly and trebly Injurious tp tho tender
RUQISUI HlV lUlUllb iim JA'WMft HIIIM, MMV UV
Is now recommended by thousands of Intelll
Kent mothers who have discovered that their
children, oven the youngest, enjoy Its reuular
use, when refuslnij Io ho tortured bybrlstlos.
TEKTIIINO ClIILDRKN lovo ItsKontlocon
tact; and being a porfoet polisher nnd nb
sorbent, It thoroughly cleanses, beautifies
and preserves tho teeth.
' v y
rr : ran m A
WSWf ANEW 'if y$
Tho Companies Tlint llovn lleen Re
The clerks and other employes of tho De
partment of the Interior and General Poet
offlco Department, havlnp; formed them
selves Into a military organization and
Joined tho National Guard ot tho District
of Columbia, will henceforth bo known as
Company A of tho Departmental llntallloii.
They assembled nt their armory, corner ot
t?ii,ii, .i t? .it..... ....ii,M,.( i,.t,.in, I
a. .1.111 .,.! ,ti,.'t,n,n tr'i.ii.,..i.!U I
for drill ani other purposes, AfterdlsposliiR
vinuuiu '(VJiX'M'niJ inat.ini.iuwii hluiu
pany affairs they formed for drill. Tho
company numbers seventy-five men and Is
officered ns follows: J. W. Y. Williams,
PostolTIco Department, captain; Thomas R.
Hhrpard. Patent (Mice, first lieutenant;
W, F. McMurray, 1'ostofTlco Department,
second lieutenant; J, II, Moore, Sixth Au
ditor's Office, first sergeant. These centle
men aro alUcterans and served with dis
tinction lu tho late war, having smelt pow
der and felt the tickling sensation of tho
sabre. Captain Williams nnd Lieutenant
Hhepard aro both born soldiers nnd strict
disciplinarians, the latter especially; ho has
a keen, military cvo which none of tils men
Tho drill last night certainly gave evi
dence of much banl work on tho part of
tho officers for tho short time the organlzd
tlon has been In existence, and speaks well
for tho corps in its rapidly attained cfllcl
ency in drill evolutions and toot move
ments. With tho oxpcrlenco of tha offi
cers and tho maintenance of etrlct dis
cipline, the company will undoubtedly, In
the near future, become a paragon of ex
cellence in all that pertains to a first-class
military organization, and, at tho same time,
reflect high credit on tho National Quant
of the District, to which It Is attached.
Tho company on Friday night last gave a
"Camp-tiro" at Armory Hall, corner
Seventh nnd L streets northwest. Tho ball
was crowded, many of tho elder clerks and
officials of tho Interior and I'ostofllce De
partments being present.
An old comrade, Mr. Charles llapshurn,
assisted by Second Sergeant Kccch ot Com
pany A, enhanced tho camp-fire to such an
extent In the skillful and unique manner
In which the burning logs wero arranged
and tho enmn kettle was BUipcnded, to-
S ether with the elaborate decorations of
io hall, that It won tho admiration ot all
the old veterans present, who unanimously
pronounced it the best arranged "Camp
fire" they ever saw. The exercises of tho
evening consisted of recitations, singing,
music, Ac An attractive fcatitro of tho
evening was tho .fine violinist performance
of that youthful prodigy, Harry Durant.
After a bountiful supply of coffee, pork
und beans (which tho soldier learned to
appreciate so well during tho war) and
other refreshments, the camp, at 13 o'clock,
broke up, the guests leaving with happy
Impressions ot the enjoyment derived from
Tho Interior and I'ostofllce Department
clerks have certainly set a good example to
their fellow-clerks in tho other Exccutlvo
Departments. Each Department should
have a military organization, and be nt once
mustered Into the National Guard to nld in
tho protection of their respective Depart
ments and the important archives therein
stored in the event of a rising of tho turbu
lent and Anarchist element, which aro the
bano of all large and wealthy cities.
Tho employes of tho Treasury Depart
ment have organized the Treasury Guards.
They now muslcr about sixty roon. Theyare
now busily engaged in preparing for their
trip to New York with the Postofflco
Guards to take part In the Centennial pa
rade. They will take about twenty men
nnd the l'ostoffico Guards eight files of four.
They have their headquarters at tho Marlon
lllflcs' Armor-, corner of Twelfth and E
streets, and last night held a very creditable
THROUGHOUT THK COUNTRY.
Edwin Booth continues to steadily im
prove. Secretary Tracy Inspected the Brooklyn
A revised list of tho losses by Saturday
night's lire at Savannah, On., makes tho
aggregate about $700,000.
Tho Maryland Labor Conference at Balti
more has protested against the contract
system' of work on city Improvements.
Representatives of the Now Vork Import
ing firm of Allard & Sons Indignantly deny
tho charges -of gigantic smuggling, and
say the person who started them is a black
mailer. Mmc. A. I.'bome l'lonquinval, a rich and
elderly cabin passenger on the French
steamer La Gaccogne, nas been detained at
Caetlo Garden,.New York, because tho offi
cials think she ts insane,
The American Catholic pilgrims have
started from Jaffa for Jerusalem.
Boulanger denies that tho Belgian au
thorities have requested him to leavo Bel-
The horribly mutilated body of. a boy
named Steinfalt has been found In a public
road near Hamburg, Germany.
In the British House of .Commons last
night- the Lord Advocato introduced a
bill providing for local government In
The message of the Dako ot Nassau ac
cepting tho Regency of the Duchy of
Luxemburg was read in the Chamber ot
Deputies yesterday. Tho Chamber unani
mously resolved to assent to tho Regency.
The Red Star Line steamer Noordland, In
collision off Beachy Head with tho schooner
Carrie Dingle, put Into Southampton for
repairs. Tho emigrants wero forbidden to
land, but' sixteen Englishmen fought their
way to shore and complained ot bad. quar
ters on tho ship.
Sales nt Drovers' Rett.
Cattle up and soldi Best DXJ-Uc; good,
33c; medium,' 2i3c; common, 22)c,
Sheep and lambs; Spring lambs, 70c;
fall lambs, Wajljc; sheep, 3J(il5c; calves,
4Sc. Tqn cow s and calves, 50$40. Mar
ket dull, -
Bkrcram's Fills cure bilious and nerv
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"For This Season."
Wide Walo Diagonals
Rough Scotch Cheviots.
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Suits to Order from $20.00,
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Samples and Self-Measurement Rules
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A t.P A l Oil's "A IlANOF.ItOOS OtMB."
Sardou's "A Dangerous (lainc," with
Rhea as Ihtene, supported, by Mr. William
Harris, J.MIss Ma Waterman and an excel
lent company, was presented at Albatigh's
last night. The play fs after tho unlal or
der of tho French play, but of much bet
ter tone, and Itlmnlnvlj;omtlng freshness
not common to the class. Rhon's llelrnr
Is a fresh flower nf the morning plucked
from .luiio L'nrdcn wltti tho dew still imon
"i will she Invests the character with a
c,;nrm ()f p,,,,,,, tnnoCcco uml pretty
piquancy that rntmot bo resisted. Mr. Har
ris' (iron ilc Tromllle wasglvcn with tlio
strength that has made Mr. Harris what ho
.Miss Waterman's Viiili'iiewas douo with
a quia Intensity which was all powerful
and which Is a leading characteristic of her
uork. She wns suffering from a cold. Mr.
Owen's Jfcnrl Ltitrthltr was played In u
little higher key thnn It should bavo been,
for lu tho lower register Mr. Owen Is a
most-promising young nclor. Mrs. Fran
caur's Country J)riggiit was nn original
character, quite Franco-American In Its
spread-eagleism. The other members ot
the cast Illicit their parts quite acceptably.
To-night "The Case Vldal;" first tlmo In
Tirr. national TrtF.cn YBT.u.BMrrr. It.
The Chicago spectacular cxtravaganta,
"The Crystal Slipper," was put on at the
National last night in the faco of an au
dlencons big as nil outdoors, nnd as en
thusiastic as a voter on tho outside of a
candidate's pint of liquor. Tho Sllppor
enmo Into town with a flourish of trumpets
and they were all in full blast last night.
There was beautiful scenery, and beautiful
music, and beautiful costumes, nnd beauti
ful figures, nnd beautiful faces, und beauti
ful smiles aud beautiful graces, and thcro
were new Jokes and gags nnd rnzualdazuals
nnd everything to pleaso nnd nothlnir to pain.
Mr. Maas as iJrtron-dnMrnci'fennd .Mr. Hoy
ns tho Baron's Valet conetltuto a comedy
battery which ought to get the-pennant.
Miss Jfargucrlte Fish as Cinderella Is
another Bhlncr,and Ilttlo Tich In his remark
able specialties simply "beggar's descrip
tion." The ballet is n ballet worth the see
ing nnd tho whole show Is something not to
bo forgotten In ninety-Seven years and thir
teen days. Again to-night.
TUB 1ITJOC 'EAB.T LVNNB,"
"Kast.LynuC" Is a play of whoso" beauties
the public never seem to tire. Notwlth.
standing the melancholia which pervades
the pcrformefu it has an abiding luterost
for play-going people. Tho character of
Lady Iialtl Is ono which makes no Insignifi
cant demand upon the abllty ot the lady
assuming the rolo. Miss Ada Uruy Is well
known to the public nnd had numerous ad
mirers lu the audience who wero not silent
In their admiration. Her supporting com
pany ts in many respects meritorious, and
tho play went smoothly throughout. Miss
Gray's rich aud handsome costumes wero
greatly admired, especially by tho Indies
present. Again to-night and usual
keiinvn'b the liowAnn ncitLr.srjUE Co,
The Howard Burlesque Company ap
peared at Kcrnan's jestcrday In an enter
tainment that is rcpleto with pretty, though
abbreviated, costumes, songs, dances, wit
ticisms and specialties. Among tho clover
people In the fcbow aro 'Miss May Howard,
.1. M. Doner,, Harrington, Juggler; .Kryer
iirotners, novel ciog-aauccra; iiarry aior
rls, German comedy; Ben. Collins nnd Ilcta
(lough. Tho stage effects are worked out
with exceptional skill.
THE OI.ODE VARIETY.
Leslie and Hardman's big specialty com
pany amueed a large audience at the Globe
last night. Among tho many well-known
artists are Kelly and Belmont, song and
danco team! I.csllo and Hardmnn, in top
ical songs and parodies: Falke and Semons,
musical team; tho Klines, in a comedy
sketch, and many other artists of like abil
ity. Tho show concludes with' a funny
aftcr-plcco entitled "No I'in-A-'4."
"Tho Coeo VidaV." which M'llc Rhea
presents at Albaugh's. this ovcnlng, b a
new play, produced for tbo flrst time In
iiammore last Tuesday uignt. it is u.
Stuart Isham of Detroit, qutto a youn
low, and Is a strong play,, capable of Im
provement with tlmo and playing. Tbo
lot Is Interesting and there Is opportunity
for good acting by almost every person In
thecaet. It .will mil three nights.
Tho Ministering League of tho First Con
gregational Church will give an exhibition
of Art Sketches, Tableaux and I'antomlmcs
at National Rifles' Armory Friday evening
and Saturday afternoon, under direction of
Mr. Georce Bartlett, tbo expert Boston
manager. Mr. Bartlett will bo assisted by
Miss jVtlna Chase of New York, whistling
soloist: Miss Nellie Wilson, soprano; Mr.
Fred, Grant, tenor, and Dr. Blschoff, mu
sical director. Tickets, SO cents.
EARLY MORNING NEWS.
Chicago's Election Tfaa Illegal.
The politicians of Chicago wero as
tonished yesterday by the aunouncemcut
that it had been discovered that tho recent
election in the city was Illegal, and that it
was within tho power of any citizen to over
throw. This state ot affairs grows out of
(he addition of the town of Brighton Park,
and other portions of Cicero township to
tbo townships of South and West Chicago.
It is claimed that It the present Republi
can Admlnlsteration is willing to invoke
tbo law it- can hold over and prevent the
newly elected Democrats from taking their
seats. It Is said that Mayor .Roche has
consulted.tho Corporation Counsol In ro-
f;ard to the matters, but it cannot be
earned that any decision as to what action
snail oe taucn nas oecn rcacneu.
I'rntt, the Swindler.
Nothing further is known of tho where
abouts of the absconding cashier Frntt,
who robbed tbo Anoka (Minn.) Bank. As
near as can be learned now the amount ot
his stealings is $35,000 from Mrs. Ifell,
$-15,000 from St. I'aul and Minneapolis cor
respondents of the bank and fJS,O00 raised
by salo of bis own and other people's
stuck. New York and Chicago correspond
ents nt the bank, aro yet to be beard from,
Mrs. Nell, who Is nearly 60 years old, has
alwajs trusted Pratt as a sou, nud left the
management ot her affairs almost entirely
In his hands. She can hardly believe that
he has robbed her, and attributes all his
troublo to the woman In the case.
Another Wild Clooso Clinse,
A newspaper syndicate composed of somo
of tho leading dallies ot America has Just
pecn consummated by Mr. A. J. Miller ot
Evansvllle, Ind., for tho purpose of a scien
tific exploring expedition to tho unfre
quented portions of Central America. The
syndicate is composed of such papers ns tho
New York Sim, Louisville Conner-Journal,
St, Louis Jlepullic aud others, Including
tho 7iiiiieot KvansvlUu, of which Mr,
VM( Ihn nresent editor.
Ko Monkeying nt Montreal.
Andrew Malntalllo, for attempted assault
on a ten- car old girl, was given llfteon
Instil' on the baro back In the Jail yard ut
Montreal yesterday. Ho has yet to servo
elKhtien mouths' Imprisonment for tho samu
llonth Celt lng llettor.
Tho air of Gramercy Tark, whero tho
New York l'lajcrs' Club is situated, Is
slowly but surely Improving Edwin Booth's
health, nnd in a few days tho groat trage
dian will be able to go about. His condi
tion is much Improved.
They'll l!c1iao 11 While Now,
In the Supremo Court at Concord, N, II.,
yesterday, Frank 8. Ballou, Henry J. Bal
lou and Frank 8. 1.ovetlng, convicted of
rape, pleaded guilty, and each was sen
tenced to twenty years' Imprisonment.
The Oklnlimnu Outlook.
Thcro Is lots of blood on tho OMaboin 1
moon. All tho railroads havo thclrbrldgcs
guarded, as It Is said they will bo uurucil by
boomers, who aro determined to bo tha first
ou tho ground, and thcro are now twlcu as
many peoplo on tho borders ns can bo ac
commodated under tho Homestead net.
Elh'ht Yvnrs In Sing Sine,
Johu Mayers, Louts Miller, Charles
Jlrowu and Carl Mayers, who broko into tho
pastorate otFatber O'Fanell, attached to
- I Bt. Joseph's Church, New York, on March
. J.W. were yesterday sentenced by Judge Mar-
' tlno to light years, ju filDg eicg prison,
Tho following aro the results ot yester
day's games: l'hlladclphU, 6; Athletic, it.
Jersey City, 81 New York, 0. All-A morion,
7; Chicago, 0. Boston, 10; Harvarl, .
Baltimore, 10; Newark, 5. Glnclnnati, 14;
Milwaukee, 3. Cleveland, JO; Columbus, 9.
Pittsburg, 8; St. Louis, 0. Washington, 2.";
University of Pennsylvania, 8.
Tho banquet at Dclmoulco't l.ut night In
New York to Mr. A. (J. Spalding antl hi
parly of American baseball players wh
have mado a tour of thoTvorM was a bril
liant success. Ono of tho features of tho
occasion was a witty speech by Murk
J. H, Mitchell, a graduate of Yale, will
a prayer, and tho 250 guests then sat down
to tho nine Innings or courses of good
things. At tho speakers' tablo were:
Mayors Cbapln of Brooklyn and Cleveland
of Jersey City, Chaimccy M. Dopow.Danlol
Dougherty, Judge 1', Howland, HrastUR
Wlman, Mark Twain and others. Seated
among tho players at other tables wero
Juilgo Gllderslccvo, J. J. O'Uonohuc,
Dcigtey Hell, DoWolf Hopper, Surveyor
llcattlo, Herman Oclrichs, Theodora Kooso
vclt, l'nul Dana, CoIoncLMcCaul and many
other guests. Ex-Lcaguo President Mill
presided. Letters of regret wero received
from Governors Hill of New York, Green or
New J err ey, Btilkley of Connecticut, Mayor
Grant and others. All thespocches were in
a happy and congratulatory vein.
A Boston dispatch saysr "The great
'Champ.,' John L. Sullivan, has gone frorh
Boston, not to return until after bis battln
with Kllraln. Ho stole out in the darknese
of the night via the 11 o'clock train for
New York, on the Boston and Albany Road,
New York being his first point of destina
tion. There ho will glvo an exhibition
with Pat. Klllcn ot St. I'aul at .Madlsop
Square (lardrn In the courso of a week or
ten days. His departuro for Lotililnn.i,
whero he will go Into training, will tako
placo nbout the 1st of May, prior to which
date ho will fill n starring engagement ot
ono week nt Washington with Jack Ashton.
Mr. Harnett, Sullivan's manager, will ac
company Sullivan South. It Is likely that
Dcnipsey will bo selected as chief trainer,
and Sullivan will also have, the services of
ono or two others."
'he Newark Baseball Club arrived hcru
this morning, aud registered at tho Howard
'House as follows: J, Fields, captain; 8.
W. Trott, M. Duffy, Joo Sullivan, Harry
Dooms, Bob Miller, Sam S.baw, Tom Mo
Dcrmott, Charlie Jones, Leo Smith, Mlku
Mansell, Billy Johnson and John Coogan.
"Babe" Trott Is an old Washington boy,
having played ball since 1874, wheu hcwiid
a member of the old National). Ho'a been
playing professional ball since '79, and ho
said this morning that bo expected to be on
tho turf for twenty years to come 1C
ho "gets his second wind." Speaking of
Word, TTOttsald, "I am of theoplnlon that
Hewcttmade a better play by securing
Morrill and Wise than he would have done
bad ho secured Ward. I bellovo the two
men will make the Washlngtona stronger.
You can say that we'll win to-day. Wo
feel It In our bones."
A great deal of interest Is being taken In
the Athletic-Boston series. If tho Ath
letics win a majority at tho games they will
ccttalnly demonstrate that they arc in tho
tight for tho pennant.
Brooklyn will play tho Phillies In Phlla-dclphla'to-day.
Manager Wright had not
decided on his battery last night, but it In
probable that Bufflnton and Casey will do
the pitching nnd Clements tho catching.
Ed. Seward was crestfallen after I ho
?;ame yesterday. "What do you think of
hat nine of ours lettlnir those fellows run
away from us llko thatf It wasn't WoyhlngV
fault we lost the garao, but our'blg hitters
inuct have left their batting clothes homo.
Tho New York Club and Erastus Wlman
aro etill apart on tho Statca Island "que
tlon, as Mr. Wlman lnslsta that tho club
take a flvo years' leaeo ot tho grounds or
assumo the cost of putting them In proper
condition for one year's play. Mr. Wlman
Is willing to reimburse the New-York Club
for any outlay In case the Giants should re-
-jnain for a term of years.
Buocktov, Mass. April 0. Last evening
Duncan C. Ross, H. M. Dnfur and Antolno
Picrrp participated hero. In a wrestling;
tournament, which at 11:30 o'clock vis
declared a draw, Ross and l'fcrrc havlnjc
each won three falls and loet two, vrhllb
Sufurwon three and lost three Dufur
won two collar-and-clbow bouts one each,
with Rosb and Pierre and one sido-hohl
with Ross. Ho lost one side-hold aud two
catcb-as-catch-can bouts. The last bout,
which was catch-as-catch-can style, between
Ross and the1 Greek, was won by Ross.
Time, 21 minutes. This UecUhe Greek amt
Btdkey, N. 8..W., April 0. Searle, the
champion oarsman ot Australia, will stir
for England on the 4th' ot next month.
When he arrives in England he -will issue
challenges to Oarsmen Teemex anttO'Con
nor, offering to row them for 00 cachajirt
the championship of the world, the contest
to tako place on tbo Thames,
Grovor Cleveland la - llosy "Man,
Counsellor Grover Cleveland was it bit
officer shortly after 0 o'clock yesterday
"I guess," said the young man who
manipulates the olevatbr, '-'that be thinks
he's got to bustle for a living, for he gets
down ss early as any of them."
tvuetneror no Air. cieyounu reels inn
necessity of so doing, it Is certain that ho
is a very bu6y man. Hn had but fev; words
to 6pare when asked hy a World reporter
when he would assume his duties as one of
the Commissioners of High Bridge Park.
"I really don't know anything, about It,"
said bo, "I have not as yet received official
notification of my selection."
"Will you accept tho position?" wju
"Can'tsay whetherl'wlU or not, Maylxi
I won't get It," was the reply. N. Y.
Oranted a Divorce.
Marie Louise Vandcn Bergen was to-day
given a divorco from Edward Vandon Ber
gen by Judge Cox in tho Equity Court.
Eho charged him with desertion. They
wero married about five years ago In Ho
boken, N. J., her maiden narao being Du
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
itself, but, hy causing tho blood to
tiGcouio ilopraved and tho system en
feebled, Is tho parent of Innumerable
maladies. That Aycr's Sursapnrlllit
is tho best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint ,
Is proved by tho following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lako, of ISrockway
"Liver complaint nnd Indigestion
inndo my life a burden and came near
cuding my existence For inoro than
four years I suffered untold agpny, -was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
had strength to drag myself about. All
kinds of food distressed tne, and only
the most ilellrnto could ho digested at
nil. Within tho tlmo mentioned several
fihvsicinns treated mo without giving re
let. Nothing thnt I took seemed to do
nny permanent good until I commenced
the uso of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, which
has produced wonCcrtul results. Soon
ntter comiucncing to tako tbo Sarsnp.(
rlllu I could sco au improvement In my
condition. My appetite hegan to return
nnd with it camu tho ability to digest
all tho food taken, my strength im
proved each day, nnd after a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, ahlo to attend to all household
dutlert. Tlio mcdlclno has given me u
uow leaso of Hfo," . J
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Dr. J. O, Ayor & Co., Lowell, Ma$.
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