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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1880.
KBrrosTOFnri; notice should ni:
-x' nzAii DA1I.T by nil Inlcrcstc I, as
changes may ni'iur nt nny tlmo). Letters fur
foreign countries need not ho specially nil-.
dressed for dlpnto'i liy any particular
steamer, except when It Is dcsliedtu send
duplicates of banking anil commercial domi
ments, letters not specially addressed being
tent hi llio fastest vcsoll nvollublo.
Foreign malls for tho week cndlnir April J7
111 eloso promptly In nil casosj nt this olllco
HUNDAYj-At 3 p. m for Costa ttlci, via
Llmon, pers. s. Poxhall, from How Orleans
MONI)AY. At 1 n. m. for Dcllzo, ltiorto,
Cortezand Guatemala, per s. s. llrcnkwater,
from Now Orleans.
TUESDAY. At 0 n. m. for Kuropo, per s. s,
Arizona, via Qiiconstuwii.
WEUNr.8DAY.-At 010 a. m. for Europo.
Icrs.it, Haalo, via Southampton and llromen
letters for Ireland must bo directed "per
nalc"J: nt 10 u. tn. per s, s. Celtic, vln
fiiiccnstown letters for Gicnt llrltaln nnd
other European countries mint ho directed
"per Celtlo 'J; nt lun. in. for Doutlum direct,
pers, s.Noord land, In Anlwirpllottirs must
ho directed "per Noordlnnd" nt 11 n, m. for
Venezuela and Curncan, per s. a. Ynlcneln
letters for Colombia, vln Curacao, must bo
directed "tier Valencia"); n 1 p. m. for Cam
peche, Chiapas, Tabasco and Yncatan, per s.
b. Niagara Jlctters for oilier Mexican States
must bo directed "per Niagara" nt 1 p. m,
forMoxico, tiers. s. II, Yxlcslas, via Havnnn
letters must bo directed "per II. Ysleslas'M
ntap. m. forCostn Idea, via Llmon.pcrs. b.
btromn, Ma Now Orleans.
THURSDAY. AUn. in. for Bermuda, tier
h, , Trinidad; ntO n, m. for Fortune: Island
nnd Ilnytl, pers. s. Athus (letters forSavan
Ma, Jto., must bo directed 'pcr Atlios"! nt 1
p. mi tor Nassau, N i, nnu Hnnttago, culm,
er s. s. uictiiucaos; ni n w p. m. lor Nt. nerrc
Ilnuelon, per steamers from Halifax.
riiiwAirf At a p. m. tor limcuciiis, per s. s.
llcwes, from NcwOrlenns.
8A1UIII)AY.-At 1 n. m. for Brazil nnd the
La Plata Countries, v la Hrit7ll, for St. Thomas
nnd St. Croix, la St. Thomas, for Barbados
nnd for Trln Id nd nnd Demoiarn, via Barba
dos, per s. a. Advance, from Newport Now
letters for other Indwurd Islands mint bo
directed "per Advnnco'Ms nt II n. in. for
Jamaica, Oroytown.ntd for Costa Rica, via
Ilinon.pcr s.s. Alvcnajnt lOn. m. for tho
Windward Islands, per . s. Muriel: at llsso
n tn. for Noi way direct, per s. , Tlilngvnlln
llctters must ho directed "per Thlnnviilla'Mj
lit 11 JO ii. m. focOront llrltnhu Ireland, llel
Blum, Netherlands nnd Auslrln, fcr a. s.
Etrnrla, vln (luecnstown letters for other
European countries must bo directed "per
Etrorln"J: at lHTOn. m. for France, Switzer
land, Itnly, gpnln nnd Portugal, pers. s. La
llrotagun, v In Havre; at 11 m, for (fcrmnny,
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Itussla nnd Tur
key, per a. s. Kins, vln Hremcn letters for
(treat llrltaln, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands
nnd Austria, la Southampton, must bo di
rected "per Ems"'; nt 12 in. for thojlether
lands, In Amstcrdnm, per s. s. ICnIand
1 letters must bo directed "per 1, Calami"; at
p. m, for Scotland direct, per s.s. Furnossla,
via Glasgow letters must bo directed "por
Malls for tho Society Islands, per ship City
of Fapcltl from ban Francisco, Lloso hero
April Slth, at 7 p. m Malls Tor China and
Japan, pers. s. City of Hlodo Janeiro from
San Francisco, eloso hero April JtSth, nt " p.
m. Malls for Australia, Now eiland, Ha
waiian, HJl.nnd Samoin Islands, por s.s. Ala
meda from San Francisco, eloso hero April
J8tb. ut 7 p m. or on arrival at New York
of s. s. Auranla. with British malls for Aus
tralia, Malls tor Cuba by roll to Tampa,
Ha , and thenco br stonmcr, via Key West,
Fla., close at this otfico dally at 2.30 a.m.
The Bchcdulo of closing of Trans racillo
malls Is arranged on tho presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit to San Fran
cisco. Mnlls from tho East arriving on tlmo
at ban Irnnclsco on tho day of sailing of
stcamois aro dispatched thenco tho samo
day. Registered mall closes at 0 30 p. m. pre
e HENRY 0 PEARSON, Postmaster.
rosTorricr, New Yoiik, N. Y., April 19, 1869.
kstrociidale co operative so
Members of this society aro Informed that
' thencwTllADK CARDS nnd Lists for tho
year 1S8U and lb90 nro now ready for distribu
tion nnd can be obtained from members
named below. Tho old. or brown card,
which expires. April SO, 1B80 (of no uso after
that date), should bo returned, with prosent
address written across It, tn Hie members of
tho eommlttco when applying for tho 'now
card and list. Many lmor(nnt changes havo
been mado In tho list of contracts, and mem
bers will find It much to tbolr ndtantago by
obtaining tho samo without delay.
Persons not members can obtain needed in
formation by applying to any of thoso named
below. ALL members must bo In possession
of tho new card and list or thoy will not bo
recognized, Apply atonooat tho residences
A. T. Louglcy, President, 600 A st. n.o.
Smith Thompson, V.-1'res't, ISM Pst. n.w.,
A. O. O. '
J. V. Harslm, Sco'y. 00.1 H st. n.w., Cash
L. Vnndcihocf, W0 1 st. n.w,, Bureau Stat.
E. C. Fawcctt, C03 Muss. avo. n.e., 4th Aud.
.1. E. McCabo,223d St. n.o ,P. O. Dent,
L. K. Hunt, 1310 S st. n.w , Oth Aud.oftlco.
II. W. Smltli, 710 list. s.w Q. M. a. O.
John Morrison, 021 Q st. n.w., Pension O.
L. E. Orldley, 700 Lst. n.w., Hegistor's O.
Dr. Jos. Jouy, S218 Fa. avo. n.w., S.a.O.
John Finn, 81823d st. n.w., A. O. o.
C. II. Saycr, 703 loth st. n. o , 8. 0. 0.
II. (I. Pottor, 1100 a Bt. n. w., O. L. O.
F.J. Young, 400 Spruce St., Treasury Dcpt.
O. V. llaskoll, 1800 V. t. n. w.
0. 8. Livingston, S112 1C st, n. W., U. S. Big.
A. N. Meeker, 207 3d st. s. e., Bu. Eng. and
W. E. Mlddleton, 1117 20th st . Georgetown .
Edward Saxton, VOi Linden Place, n, c, U.
TV. n. TVomcrsly, 1720 II st. n. w., Treasury
Captain John A. Ilarvay, 1223 C st. S. W.,
M. It. Henderson, 703 15th st. n. w., at olgar
Tho secretary can also ho seen at tho latter
place for a fow mlnntos oach day at U and
By ordor oxccntlvo eommlttco.
J. W. IIAltSIIA, Secretary.
FUIX 8100K OF NEW STYLES
Can ho seen at
O. A. MUDDIMAN'S.
1200 F STRETET NORTHWEST.
THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
NEW GAS COOKINO RANGES
The Bost for tho Price.
'U-33JTIIE WASHINGTON DUNEFICrAL
BE ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION
Agents of experlonco and ability to canvass
lor us new nnu popular pmus ut iuuruin;u i
Good wagos can bo mado. s
No lapses chargeable to agents.
Apply to Homo Ofllco.
419 10th st.
tS5TKINGSLEY BROS.' CREAMERY CO.
K standard Cash Prices
For our unequalled dairy products delivered
by our Aldernoy (lato Ward's) wagons.
Tho best puro Bweot milk, per qt... Bo
" " creum " 24a
" " buttermilk, por qt 4a
" " skim milk, per qt 4o
K. B. Creamery Print Buttor.our own rnako,
the bost and purest, 4io. per pound.
Twenty six i cent tickets for 81 oan be ob
tained from our wagons or at offlco, 93) and
031 D Btrcot northwest. .
"THOSE WHO DESIRE COMFORT IN
lint wenthnr ntaen their nrdur far
Shirts oarly In spring, so call on P. T. HALL,
1)08 F st. n.-w., shirt maker and furnisher.
Confectionery, Puro Candles, Cakes, PIos,
Nuts, Foreign and Domostlo Fruits, at
GKOHaK W. WKIDMAN'S,
30J Pa. avo. B. 0.
C5rf80UT'HE!tN INVESTMENTd IN
Itzxj Coal, Iron and Timber Lands.
A. E. HANDLE begs to call tho special at
tention of persons desiring toaequlro suok
property In large or small tracts at tho very
lowest prices. Full particulars on applica
tion. Address. 00J 7th st. n. w.. Washing
ton, D. C.
TnE COLUMBIA NATIONAL DANK
nf ll'n.l.lnnlnn I, t, 11.1 U.. h
' W. ,, WD.HIIK.UU. V, V.., il(l S Bi, U. .,
jicceivt'H uepusus, ijaimn juouey, issues
Drafts, Trunsaots a Uoueral Banking Bust
mis. Location central and convenient. F
Btruet turs and bordlcsrunln front of our
doon Oth ttreot cars ran n few rods oast of
our building; 7th Btrcot and 11th street cars
only two blocks away; II stroet andPu.nvo.
cars only thrco blookuaway. 11. II, WARNUlt,
Proslduntt A. T. BltinON, Vloo President;
X. H. PAltlCKR, Cashier, Dlrootors: Chas. B.
Valley, Win. E. Barker, Alex. T Brltton,
ChBs C, Duncanson, John Joy Edson, Albert
T. Fox, John E. llorrlll, Ben. F. Lelghton,
Hugh McCultoch, Crosby B. Noyei. M. M.
Parker, O G, Staples, Goorgu T'rnosdell,
Henry K. Wlllard. B, 1L Warner,
3WLADIE8I LADIEbl LADIE8I
5' Mrs. MoCafferty Is the only hat
and bonnet framo manniaoturer In the olty,
Call nnd see her new shapes. Bleaching and
pressing, btraw and Felt uat alterod to
,lhu latest. stylos. Orders, promptly attended.
vw u numt Ui xi
SS 'VV f J- r
TANNKIFS STKNOOIIAPHIO AND
Conduttcd Personally by
HUDSON V. TANNKIt,
(Into Chief Stenographer, New York Stato
Legislature and Supreme Court.)
No 1D15 V street (Sun Building).
Expert Short-hand nnd Typo-writing Work,
including fori Igu languages, solicited nt tho
munlriitps. Bl'Ul)i:.ST.-4lii Shorthand and
Type-wtillna received at any tlmo. Monog
raphers furnished tmslncss men Circulars.
Tclcphono Call, 11T7-2.
frjST-TTIR WAIIIINOTON AIICIIITEOT
S' UltAL 1I10N AND DHIDOE WOltKH,
EDWA11D L. DENT, M. E ,
Tho best facilities tn tho .city for all kinds
Of Iron work.
Steel Beams, Angles, etc, always In stock.
Flno Ornamental Casts and Wrought-tron
Work a specialty.
Itopalrs and general moontno work done In
tho best manner and nt short notice.
Solo Licensees In tho District of Columbia
for tho ' Oiietz-Mltcholl" system of Beam
Anchors and Potectors,
Works: ( or, 83d and Water Streets; Tola
Office: HIS O Street n. w.l Telophono, 4M-2.
Washington, D. C.
KJSr-IHON BOOFINO, IKON CEILING,
K3:i' Manufactured by
A.NOUTII1IOP4CO, Pittsburg, Pu.
Oiders will boricchod on nnd nftor Febru
ary 21, bU, at 721 II st. n. o by tna agent,
I'HILI.Il'.S, T.AMAll ft ZACIIIIY,
Sun Building, .... 1315 T street.
K35T-A MEETING OP THE STOCKHOI.D
v31 ers of tho WASHINGTON SAFE DE
POSIT COSIPANY will bo hold nt tho olllco
of tho company on FBIDAY, the 2iltli day of
AFltlL, fur the election of directors. Polls
open nt 12 in. and closa at 2 o'clock p. m.
BAM. CltOHS, Secretary.
x' Being requisite to healthful, oxor
else, thousands of well known personages
visit DIt. WHITE'S establishment. 1410 Penn
sylvanla avonuo, opposite Wlllard'a Ilotol, for
relief from corns, bunions, dlsensod nails and
all diseases of tho feet. Dr. Whlto's twenty
ninth year tif practlco In Wast Ington, D. O.
Offlcefee, SI a Bitting
AdtiriUemtntt under thin head, four tin or
'tit, 25 anil fur ont mnllon; M ctnttfor thice.
L"aDI:8'tO MAKE WOBSTElT ADVKtl
tlscmcnt Cards at home:$l to 83 wockly;
outflt.ioo. bcdgowlckNovely Co.,Now Haven,
Adurtliimtnti multi Ml liead, four Unit or
(it, 23 tentt for ont Intertlon; W anil for thru,
WANTED-PEItSONS DESIHING SITUA
tlons or help to register name, frco of
charge, nt tho MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, room
C8. St. Cloud building. Oth and F n. w.
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER
bought tor cash by WM. FIIIEDR
I1ICII, tho manufacturing Jowclor. 005 7tb
St., opp Tat ent Office.
Adrertlitrntntivmltr thlt hrlltt. four UntitiT
leu, 23 cent! for oni Intertlon; 50 centi for three.
to show tho rapid progress of pnpllsnt
the Academy of Flno Arts, HOI IS street north
west, thoso commencing Immediately will bo
received for ono month for almost nothing.
Classes now forming for art students, parents
nnu iiino cniiurcn. XTCooxnioiiion ox pnim
lngsdally and Wednesday evenings.
JUSTIFS OLD STAND IS TnE ONLY
placo whero first-class sccond-lmnd cloth
ing can bo sold at respectable prlcos. Ad
dress or call at CIO D st. n. w.
T50AKDINa-TWO OR THREE nOOTI
,L) mates can get first-class board, neatly
furnished rooms, gas and bath; homo com
forts; early breakfast; gentlemen preferred;
$3 a week apiece. VHBthstnw.
Adtertltemtntt vnder Ml head, four llntt or
leu, 23 centifor oni intertlon; 60 centi for threi.
Nlocly furnished rooms.
North nnd south fronts.
Folding beds, 013 M st, u. w.
Adtei tttttnenti untltr this head, fourltnttor
est, 23 centifor oni Intertlon; CO centi for thru.
J TOR BALE-SEVERAL" BEAUTIFUL NEW
: O-room houses, with bath, range, etc, la
tbo northwest: near oth and 7th Bt. cars
price only 83,800 each; K street, near 11th,
811,600. Also on Cleveland avenue,
Urs, for $2,S5U
On 8, bet 10th and 17th sts 6,000
" V at, bet 10th and 10th sts 0,500
" 15th, bet T and U sts 7,500
" lath, hot P and Q sts 0,500
" O.bot lath and 14th sts.wlth stable 7,000
" Boundary, noaroth st, now house. 8,050
41 Marlon st, tot Oth and 7lhnw -1,850
Apply to J, W. P. MYERS A SON,
1420 New York avo.
ltth, near E st n w 2 story, 5 r f h, lot
1S94 , 83,000
N Y avo, near Btn st n w, 8 story b, 7 rs.
Electrta cars pass the door 3,000
Caroline st, near 13th n w,unlco Uttlo 2
story and collar, S r b h; lot 20.4x85. . . 3, 100
0 st, near 2d n w, 3 Btory and basement
W, near 12th st n w, 2 story b, 7 rtt 3,600
1 near lst st n w, 3-story and basement
brick, 11 rs, bath and collar 4,000
It, near 17th Bt, 3 story 0 r f h, lot 23x
127, 1 JO per foot,
Larch st, Le Droit Park, 2 story b, C rs
bath and cellar, lot 23x100 4,000
19th, bet P and t sts n w, 2 story 7 rf,
lot 20 by about 02 4,000
North side of I st n w, bet 12th and 13th
sts, 3 story brick, 9 rs and cellar; lot
21st, near I st n w, 3-story, 10 r brick
house, handsomely papered and In
thorough repair...., , 7,500
Oth, bet P and Q sts n w, 3 story brick,
with 12 rs and cellar, -all modern Im
provements, a finely finished house. 8,230
Corner property on l.th st, near F n w,
3 story brick, lot 23x73; Just the placo
for a business house or un apartment
B. II. WARNER CO.,
918 F st n w.
JEblRABLE HOUSES FOR SALE,
ass avc, near 12th st s 81.000
It lave, bet lath and 14th sts 17,000
Vt avo, bet N and O sts -23,000
Vt ave, bet N and o sts 30,000
Conn nvo, near 2d st , 23,000
Corner 13tb and It sts.... 22,000
UMH st 13,000
I have smaller houses In all soottons.
M, M. PARKER, 1418 Fat.
I7IRANK B. CONOER '
! 1113 F Street.
HOUSES FOR SALE-N. W. SECTION.
Massachusetts avo, 890,000, 333,000, $15,000,
810,000, 833,000, 8AO0O
Connecticut ave , 833,000, 830,000, 822,000,
Vermont avo., 831,000, 820,000.
Rhode Island ave , 838.000, 810 000, 832,000.
10th Btrcot, 100,ooo, 875,000, 837,000.
16th street, 8-,000.
I street, 835,000.
K street, Jil.ooo.
M street, 803,000, 810,000, 830,000,
N street, f 30,000, S33,000, 817.000, 812,000.
1" street, $ lS.ooo, 83,000, 87,600,
o street, fco.000.
lllllyer Place. 818,000.
New Hampshire avo. and 25th St., 89,000.
Houses under JW.000 and unimproved prop
erty In all parts of tho city.
FRANK U. CONGER,
1415 F street.
J'Q jUKiJ jM
AdtertUimenti under thli head, four Una or
leu, 25 centijor oni Imtrtlon; BO centi for Ml ee.
I OR SALE-EDDY AND LORILLARD RE
! filgcratois; all slzos; none hotter.
Agent for tho 1). C.
111! Alt ESTATE.
AitirtlMntnt under thli head, fourtlneiot
leu, 23 centifor oni Insertion; 60 centifor thiee,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
1310 F Bt, adjoining Sen Building.
Bnburban property a specialty.
iwoxnr io iman.
AdiertUtmenti under thli head, fourllneior
leu, 25 centifor oni Intertlon; 60 centifor thru.
ftrONEYTOufAloiriUUL ESTATE OR
lVL first oIoih securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No delay whero security Is good,
O. 0. GREEN,
803 7thst.il. W.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums to suit.
P. A DARN1EI.L, CIS F st n w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums to suit
On Approved Real Estato Security.
B. U, WARNER A CO ,
MONEY 10 LOAN IN HUMS TO SUIT AT
lowest rates on approval real estate
i' on liKXTnoaxEt.
Adetrttsantnti under tlin head, Jour Unit or
hie, 25 centifor oni Intertlon; 60 centi for three.
mi Fstnw, 23 r , srono
111)1 R I ave n w, 17 r , 203 13
1413 Mass avc, 17 rs .' 20000
1409 Mas avo n w 1 , 100 C7
la-SMstnw, 15 r 125 00
1810Nstnw, 15 r U',00
1730 Mass no, 17 r 141 00
Fstnw, 13 rs 12.100
1700 lsth st n w, 10 rs 110 m
1121 10th stnw, 11 rs 11100
IMS Mass avc, 11 rs loo on
SI01 mniightonst, 11 rs 8331
17231 stUW. 13 IS 83.13
1W0 14th st n w, II rs, nnd storo.,., 83 ai
1013 2lst st n will rs aim
10(9 II st n w, w h 8000
B151hstnw, llr 73 00
lS5l(istnw,il rs s.. 73 00
KB K st n w, 11 rs I 73 00
WMlOstnw, Urs, and stable 70 00
snisthstn w, 11 rs 7000
toi ixthstnw en 07
HiM 1 st n w, 0 r MOO
UlSNstn w, Urs.. MOO
824 12th st n w, storo nnd dwg. no 00
2012 lllllyer Plav'0, 0 r CO 00
1448Nstnw, 10 rs 63 00
1911 N st n w, 8 rs 60 CO
17(8 M st n w, 7 rs f. 00
192:1 11th st n w, 0 rs 43 00
IMS Plerco Place, 10 r U 00
1801 )Btn w,fl is 60 00
D.'tConn, nvr, lOrs,', 1000
2410 14th stnw, 10 rs 40 00
1400 Chapln st, Ors , MOO
1007 1Mb st n w, 10 rs 4000
101121st stnw, 14 rs
1330 Rlggs st II W,0 r 33 00
13.12 Rlggsstn w,0 rs 33 00
1 XJ icth stnw, Ors 30 00
I3038thstnw.7 rs 3000
1321 xwtli st n w, 8 r 23 00
1WCnrollnost,7rs..... 23 00
228tststsw,o rs 1100
222iststsw,0 rs 1300
The nbavo houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.,
503 12th stn w, It IS $100 00
Scv ernl new C-room bricks, Mtli and
Panvosc, only , USO
CHEAPEST RENT IN THE CITY.
1 ho hnndomo residence 27 Iowa Circle 1 ' r,
will bo rented furnished for 3U3pcr
CIIAS. E. BANES,
11th nnd G sts. 11. w.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
bchedule In Effect March 10th, 1889.
Lcavn Washington from Stntion Corner of
New Jersey avenuo and O street.
Fon Chicago nnd Northwest, Vestlhnled
Limited express dally 8 63 a. m , express 9 03
I'on CINCIJ.NATI, St. Louis nnd Indianapolis,
express dally, 8 00 and 11.10 p. m.
Ton PiTTsiiunu and Cleveland, Vestlhulcd
Llmlttd express dally 8 55 a. in. and oxprcss
9.01 p. m,
Fon Llxi,qton and Local Stations tlO.10
Fon BALTivonr, week days, B 00, 0.10, 0 40,
7.30, 8.80,0 00(11 minutes), 9.11. 1125,(15mln
utcs)a.m 12.10, 203, 2 30, (45 minutes), 3 13
(41 minutes) 3 25, 4 80, 4 35, 5.30, 0 15, 0 45, 7 30,
8 00, 9.43, 10 30 nnd 11 30 p. tn. Sundays, 0 30,
8 30,9 30,9 43,11.23 n. m.; 1.15, 205, 230,323,
4 30, 4 35, 0.45, 7.30, 8.00, 9.43, 10.30 and 11 30.
Fon Wat Stations betweon Washington
and Baltimore, B 00, 0 40, 8 30 a. m , 12.10, 3 21
4 33, o 45, n.30 p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. in., 1.13
8.23, 4 S3, 0 43, 11.30 p.m.
Tiiaims leavo Baltimore for Washington,
Weekdays, 510, 0 20, 0 30, 7,15, 7J20, 8 00(43
minutes), 9 00, oos, 1013 (43 minutes), a. m ;
12.13, 1.45, 2 00, 8 00, 4.15 (41 minutes), 6 00, 0 00,
0 80, 7 60, 8 03, 10 03, 10.10 and 11 00 p. m. Sun
days, G 30, 7.13, 8 00 (45 minutes), 9 00, 0 03, 10 23
n.-m , 12 60, 1.13. 2 00, 4 15, 8 00, 0,30, 7,00, 8 03,
10 05, 10 10 and 11.00 p m.
Fon AKKAroLis, 0 40 and 8 SO a. m , 12.10 and
4 33 p. m. On bundays, 8 SO a. m., 4 33 p. m.
Lcavo Annapolis 0.40, 8 87 a, m., 1.' 03, 4.10 p.
in Sundays, 8.37 a. m .410 p. m.
roiiBTATiot,s on tho Metropolitan Branch,
to S3, J10.10 a. m , 1.15 p. m. for principal sta
tions only, 110.10 n. ra , t 33 aqd t5 30 p. m.
Fon GAiTimnsnuuu nnd Intermediate points,
19.00 n. m , tl2 30. t4 40, 3 S3, til SO p, m.
Fon Botd's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
p. ra , SlO.oo p. m.
Cuuncii train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.13 p. in., stopping at all stations on Met
I Fon Fnroimcx, tlO.lOa. m, t4.33 and 15.50
p. m. Sundays, 1.13 p. m.
Fon IIaoeiwtown, no 10 a. m, and 13 M p. m.
Trains AimiVE from Chicago dally 8.83 a.
ra. nnd 933 p. m ; from Cincinnati and St.
Louis dally tJ.20 a. m and 1 63 p. m; from
Pittsburg 3.83 n. m 17.20 nnd 9.33 p.m.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION. Fon Nrw Yoitit, Tienton, Nowark and KHz
nhcth,N.J..1800, 9.30, li.sj a. m., '230,
4.15 and 10.30 p.m. Buffot Parlor Cars on
all day trains. Sleeping car ou tbo 10.30 p.
m , open at 9 00 p. m.
Fon FuiLADELruiA, Nowark, Wilmington
nnd Chester, 18 00, 9.80, ugi a. m , 30,
4l5,8 00nnd10 30p m.
Fon Atlantic City, 11 23 a. m.
Fon iNTEnBEniATE points betweon Balti
more and Philadelphia, 0.SO a, m, ' 03 and
14 30 p.m.
Tiuins leave Now York for Washington,
8 so, 111.00 a. m , 1.30, A80, 4.43 p. m. and
12 00 night.
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.io, '8.15, 11.15a.m., 11.43, 'LIS, S.lSand
tExcept Sunday. 'Dally. SSunday only.
Baggago called for nnd checked from hotels
and residences by Union Transfer Company
on orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1331
W-'mIcLEMENTS, CHAS. O. SCULL,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Tbo Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Doublo Track. Splendid Scenory.
btccl Ralls. Magnificent Equipment
In ErrzcT FzunoAnY 21, 1689.
Trains leavo Washington from station, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows:
Fon PirrsBuno and the West, Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vestlhulcd Cars at
9 60 a. m. dally; Fast Line 9 W a. m, dally to
Cincinnati nnu at, L,ouis, whu Bleeping i;ars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Hurrlsburg
to St. Louis: dally, except Saturday, to Chi
cago, with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago.
V, estern Express at 7.40 p. m dally, with
bleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlsbnrg with
through .Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis.
Pacific Express, 10 00 p. m. dally for Pittsburg
and the West, with through Sleeper to Pitts
burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
Fon Ewe, Canakihioua and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except
Saturday, 10 00 p. m , with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Win iam si-out. Look Haven and EI
rnlra, at 0 60, a. m. dally, excopt Sunday.
Fon New Yokk and tho East, 7.20, 0 (), 11 00,
and 11.40 a. m : 2 10, 4 10, 10 ou and 11.20 p. in.
On Sunday, 0 00. 11 40 a, m.; 2 10,4 10. 10,00 und
1120 p.m. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Cars, 0 40 a.m. dally, except Sunday, nnd
3 43 p. ra. dally, with Dining Car.
Ton Boston without cbango, 2.10 p. m. ovcry
1 on Brooklyn, N. Y., all through trains
connect nt Jersoy City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affordfni; direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double ferriage across New
Fon PiiiLADEiniiA, 7 20, 8 10, 9 00, 11 00 and
11,40 a.m. 2 10, 110,0 00, 8.10, 1000 and 1120
p. m. on buiulay, 9 00, 1140 a. m , 2 10. 4 10,
0 00, 8.10, 10 00 und 11 20 p. m. Limited Ex
press, all Parlor Cars, 9 40 a. m. week days,
and 3 45 p. m. dally, w 1th Diulng Cars.
Fon Atlamio Cut, 11.00 and 11.10 a, m.
Fon DALTistnnE, 0 33, 7 20, 8 10, 0 00, 0 40, 0 60,
11 00 and 11 40 n. m., l!) 03, 2.10, 8 11, 4.10, 4 20,
4 40, 0 00, 7 40, 8 10, 10 00 and 11.20 p. m. On
Sunday, 0 00, 9 03, 9 60. 11.40 a, m 9.10, 3 43,
4.10, 0 Oi), 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 and 11 20 p. tn.
Ton Pore's Ciilek Line, 7-0 a. m. and 4 40
p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Foil Annavoi is, 7.20 aud 0 00 a. m , 13 OS and
4 40 p. m. dally, except Sunday, Sundays,
9 00 a. m , 4 10 p. m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
Ton Alexandiha, 4 80, 6 33, 7.23,8 40, 9 45,
1037 a.m, l.'OI noon, 2 03, 3 40, 4 23, 6.00, 0 01,
8 03, 10 03 and 1137n in. On Sunday at 4 30,
9.43, 10 57 a.m, 2 30, 0 01, 8 03 and 10 03p.m.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7.23 a. in. and
6 (Op. in. weekdays:
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4 30, 10 57 a.
m. dally, und 3 40 p. in. dally, except Sunday.
Tkad.su'Avb Alexandria for Washington,
0 03, 703, 8 00, 0,10, 1013, 11.07 a. m, 120,
3 00, 3 21, 8 10, 0 80, 7 03, 0 SI, 10.4 J nud 11.03 p.
in. On bnniloyat DIOiuid 11.07 a, m, 2 00,
6 10, 7 03, 0 3.' and 10 il p.m.
Tickets and Informational thoofllco, north
cast corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenuo, and at tho station, whoio
oultrs can be left for thoohocklngof baggago
to destination from hotels and residences.
CIIAS, E. PUOH, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager General Passenger Agent.
Chosapoako and Ohio Route.
Schedule In effect FEBRUARY 20, 1S89.
Trains leaio Union Depot, Oth and 1) streets,
10.57 Ai si, For Newport News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrho In Old
Point at 0 33 p. m. nnd Norfolk nt 7.00 p m.
Through parlor cars to Old Point Comfort
dally, except bunday,
11.21a, ji, For stations on the Chesapoako
end Ohio In Virginia. West Virginia and Ken
tucky daily, bleeping cars Washington to
Charlottcsvlllo and Churlottosvlllo to Clnoln
iratl. bunday train runs only to Clifton Foige.
8,30 v. M. Fast Western Express dally,
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet Sleeping
Cars to Louisville and Cincinnati; Pullman
service to bt, Louis, Memphis and New Or
leans, OClce, 613 Pennsylvania avenue.
il, w. fuller, den, Puss, Agent,
OVmCE Of'tHK COMTIIKSIONKRS, DIb
rrnnnsnls will tin rrfflrrd nt this nfllrn nn
til 12 in April i."l, for tho erection nnd com
lilf linn of an addition tn tho High Hcliool
bulldlnir. Plans nnd sneelflentlons mav ho
seen nlTlio oftTco of tho Inspectorof llulld
tugs whero nil Information relating1 thereto
ennbohad, TLoCnmmlssloncrs uscrvotho
right tn reject anv or nil bl Js.
WM. II WEBB,
KUII'H,!:, WHEAT LEY,
CHAM. W. RAYMOND.
IJHOI'OSALS FOR MISCFLLANKOUS"snP
PLILS. WAnDr.rnTENT, April 2. 1839.
Sealed proiiosnls tin duplicate) wilt ho re
ceived nt this olllco nntll 1 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday, May , 1839, for furnishing Mis
cellaneous Supplies, consisting nf Brooms,
Brushes, Soaps, Towels. cto cto., for tho
T ar Dcnartmcnt and Its bnrcaus In Washing
ton, during tho fiscal year ending Juno 3d,
1890. Blank forms nf proposals, showing tin
Items and estimated quantities required, to
gether with Instructions to bidders, will bo
f nrnlshcd on application to this ollloo. Bids
will bo considered on each item separately.
IToposals must ho nddressod to tho under
signed. Indorsed, on tho outside of tho envel
ope, "Proposals for Miscellaneous Supplies."
M.lt lllOgl'.rhlcf Supply Division.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
WAnDEPAtiTMENT, April 2, 1339.
Sealed proposals, in dunlliatc. wilt bo re
ceived at this ntllco until 1 o'clock p, in ,
KDM.8DAY.Mny 11,1839, for furnishing Sta
tlontry for tho War Department and Its bu
reaus In Wnshlngton during the fiscnl year
ending Juno 8fl, 131X1.
Blank forms of proposals, showing tho Items
and estimated quantities required, together
vlth circular relating thereto, will bo fur
nished on application to this office.
Bids will be consldeicd on each Item sepa
latcly. Proposals must bu addressed to tho under
signed, Indorsed on thanutsldo of tlio envel
ope, Trcinool for Stationery."
M. ll. THORP, (hlcfbupply Division.
ii.niurfitr 1,1 vmii ji. i,
Wasiiimitov, D. C, Aprils. 1880.
SEALED PROPOSALS will lie received nt
this Department until SATURDAY, THE
11TH DAY OF MAY. 1389, at 12 o'clock noon,
nt which tlmo and placo (hey will bo opened
In tbo I rcrei co of bidders or their authorized
ugents or attorneys, for doing tho necossnry
painting In the Department; for winding and
keeping tho elocks In repair, and for furnish
ing surli coal, wood, Ice, carpets, chairs, cot
ton cloth (for map-mounting), soap, olosct
Eajcr, matclu s, dusters, whisk nnd corn
rooms, desk and wnsto pn tier bnskots, and
forage, ns may bu ordered during tho fiscnl
jenr beginning July 1, 1339, and ending Juno
Bids nro alio Invited for tho purchnsa of tho
wasto paper from tho Postofllco Department,
Money Onler Building, Topographer's office
and Mortal's Hall.
Blanks for proiiosnls, with specifications
giving detailed statoment of the requirements
tobo met In respect to each article and also
tho estimated quantities probably to bo re
quired of each, and gl lng f nil Instructions ns
to the manner of blddlne itudcondltlons to bo
obsen cd by bidders, will be furnished on nn-
fillcntlon to tho Superintendent and Dlshurs
ng Clerk, Postofllco Department, Washing
ton. D. C.
Tho Postmaster General reserves tho right
to reject anv or all bids, to wnlvo technlcnl
defects, and to accept uny part of any bid
and reject the other part.
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IOJI SALE AN1 EEXT.
TJEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
205 12th stnw, bh, Ors $(
710 Q stn w, bb.Ois 3,600
Alley bet Oth and 7th, L nud M sts n w,
Th, 4 is 3,600
co 1. st li w, 1) h, ral,rs 3,600
3103 N st ii w, b h, m l,7rs 3,300
1802 nnd 1801 L st n w. f li, Irs 3,000
2lcovtaonw, bh, 7 rs 3,000
2018 Oth st n w, b h.Ors 3000
1219 nnd 1222Madlson stn w,4 rs 2,ux)
431 nnd 433 Ridge st n w, f h, 5 rs 2,600
1839 8th stn w.Tili, 6 rs. 2C00
123723d stnw, fh, 4 rs ,,.. 2,10.1
421 and 420 O st alloy n w,fh, 4 rs. ,,.:... 1,800
1114 Sampson stnw, f h.Ors 1,700
OQstnw.r h.Ors 1,600
2400 to 2101 Columbia avo n w,f h 1,600
14141 Sampson st n w, f h.Ors 1,500
1430 Sampson Btnw, f h, Ors 1,300
DOS to OWV stnw, bh,0 rs 1,600
Alloy bet 23d and 21th, L and M sts n w,
f h,4 rs i 600
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
K st, bet 10th and 17th sts nw 81 0
18th st, bet It nnd Snw 200
Del avo, bet Band O sts no 1 80
10th st, bet M and Nnw 1 73
18th st, bet Land Mil w 1 60
11 st, bet 3d and 4th s o , 1 23
No cor Nil nioand Fst n w 70o
N o cor Vn avo and 22d stnw UOo
list, bet 3d nnd 4th n w 60o
B st, bet 13th and 10th no 23c
HOUSES FOR RENT.
913 E st n w, 17 rs 81O1O0
30MPBtIlW, Urs 3000
laiiLstnw.lOrs , 75 oo
l733Fstnw,l2 rs oooo
2031 1 stnw, 14 r CO oo
4153d stnw, 10 rs.. 63 00
6U Fstnw, 10 rs 60 00
16371lthstnw,8rs 13 00
719 4th stnw, 0 l 3030
1320 Kingman Place u w, 7 rs ,.. 30 00
STORES. OFFICES, ETC.
913 F st n w, 2d floor, front rm S'AOO
Mr nnd dwg 810 Oth t 11 W, 7 rs C.J 60
Strl410PBtnw 33 00
btr and cellar 2126 14th stnw 33 00
403 La ave, first floor, 3 front rs 30 00
Oth and Pa no, room 18 25 00
Stublorrarof lllOKst nw 15 00
Str and dwg 19th and Bdy sts n w 13 00
9th and Pa avc. room 14 12 00
Cellar-1511 Mst nw 3 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo as U. 8. bonds, 0 per cent., payablo
quarterly; In sums 8100 to 81,000; small pre
In sumB to suit at 0. per cent.
Tho above Is only n iiortlon of tho proporty
on my books. For full list call nt ofllco for
bulletin, Issued ou tbo 1st and 15th,
COMMIHSIOXEIIS OF DEEDS.
8. BUNDY. COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO
'. tary Pablto, 45H La. avo., opp. City Hall.
The Traveler's guide.
Arrival of Iliillroml Trains In Wash
ington, Arrivals nt 1!. nnd 1. Station.
From Boston 10,43 a. m. dally.
From Now York and Philadelphia 1 10, 8-00
10.41 a. m , 2 15, 3 10, 9 1 J (limited) and 10 33
p.m. dally, 1:42, (100 limited) B.10 and 8 JO
p.m. dally excopt bunday.
From Philadelphia only 11.40 a. m. dally and
7,05 p. m. week days.
From BaltImore-4 10, 0 30, SW, 8 35, 8 43, 9 A3,
10 41, 11 40 a. m , 1.4 i, 2 15, 3 10, 1-00 (limited),
6.53, 0 50, 7-03, 8 10, 8 30, 9 1.' (Congressional
limited) and 10 33 p. m. On Sundays, 4 10,
0 30, 3 00, 9-33, 10 43, 11,40 a. m , 2 13. 3 10, 6.35,
8.30, 9,12 (Congressional limited), 10.33 p. m.
Fiom Annapolis 8 00 a. in , 1.4J, 5.55 p. ni. On
bundays, 6 65 p.m.
From Niagara Fulls, Buffalo, Elmlra and Har-
rlsburg Dally 0 .13 a. m. and 0.30 a. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Lino 8.35 a.m. weok days
only nnd 6.50 p. m. dally.
From Richmond and tho South 1151 a. m ,
3.40 and 11. -oo p, m. On Sundays, 1131 a. m.
and 11 uOp m.
From Chicago and Pittsburg 0 30, 9,33 a. ra,
6,65,8.10 p.m. All dally.
From bt. Louis 0.30 a m. dally.
From Alexandrla-6J3, 7S5, B-J0, 9,30, 10.33,
11.21 a. m , 1:40, 320, 3 10, 8 30, 0 60, 7SJ3, OJU,
111)0, UJJ5I1. in. On Sundays, 9.30, 11:24, a.
m , 220, 6 SO, 7.J3, 9 il, 1 1-00 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Loulsylllend St. Louis via
Chesapeake and Ohio Route 0 10 p. m.
dally, l'rom Cincinnati und way, 5.10 p. in.
dally except Sunday,
Fioin Old Point Comfort, NowportNows and
Norfolk 3 40 p. m. dally oxcept Sunday,
11.20 p.m. dally.
From l.snchburg, Bilstol, Memphis, Mont
gomery and New Orleans 11.13 n. m. dally,
Fiom Jkmpliln, Nashville, Bristol aud Lynch
burg 9.10 n. in. dally.
From Lynchburg, Raleigh. Aiken, Atlanta,
Montgomery and New Orleans 7.00 a. m.
and 7.13 p. in. dally.
From Manassas, btrasbug and Way 10.15 a,
in. dally except Sunday.
From Lcesburg, Round Hill and Points on W,
nnd O. R. H.-8.30 a. m, dally and 8.53 p.m.
dally except Sunday.
An Is ills utMI. nnd O. Station,
rroin Baltlmoro-12 13. 0 30,7,30, 6 03, 8 15, 8 30,
8 43,10 00, 10 33,1100, 11:13 a. in; 130, SJO,
2 30, 2 50, 4 30, 6 00. 6 JO, 0 33, 7.03, 8 00, 8 13,
8 53, 10.35 and 11 03 pm.
l'rom Phlladelphla-B 13, 11.15 a. m ; 2.30, B 00,
7,13, 8-4S and 10.33 n m.
Fiom Chicago and Pittsburg 8 33a, m. and
From Pittsburg, Ginfton and Frederick 7rt0
p. in. w cck days, aud on Sundays for Graf ton
From Cincinnati, St. Louis nud Louisa lllo
0.20 a. in. and I 53 p. m .dally.
From AunapolU-8 30, 10-00 and 10 33 n, m.l
1 60 and 0 33 p. m. On Sundays 10 00 and
10.83 a. in. and 0.35 p. m.
rioin Galthcrsburg and way 7.40, IKS a, ra.i
a 33, 7:10 npd 10 JO n, m. Ou Sunday 80 p. m,
From Washington junction and way 8U3,
930a. m ;4 03,415 aud 7.J0 p.m. On Sun
days 8.23 a, m 14 13 and 7. Alp m.
From Boyd's nud way S0a. m, wook days
only. On Bundays 10 23 a ra.
From Lexington and Valley Branch 4 15 p. m.
On Sundays from Harper's Ferry only.
From Frederick and wav 8.25 a, ra. dally.
From Now York-8.15 a. m.j 1130, BW, 7:15,
e.w HUU AVWV VU4t
1 Oil SAl.IX-t.OTS.
Aden tttttnenti under thli head, four llnei or
ett, 23 centifor ont Intel lion; 60 emit (or thi it.
T Lot 3, so KM, Mh st n c. in ir I'. 43o.
I ot e, sq KM, 6th st n c, nein I', IV.
Lot 9, in. 333, F st n c, hot ill and 0th sts,
Lot II, sq 330, 11 st li c, bet Ot i nnd 7th sts,
I otO.sq 017, 11th stn e. hot I nud K sts, 310.
I ots fl and 20, blk SU, Columbia Heights, 30c.
Lots22 nud 2.1, blk B, IDrolt Park, 81. 10.
IaiI HI, sq 70, N II avc, near M st, $1.11
I nt 62, sq 133, Q st, mnr N 11 no, $1 60.
Vtc aro now offering this beautiful subdi
vision, situated at tho head nf
, , MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
and Immediately adjoining tho handsomest
residence section of tho city.
Pints and lull Information may bo had on
application at our ofllco.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.,
Real Estato Brokers.
13JI F st. n w.
I70R BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
JP In sounros 017 nnd W8. near North Capi
tol, N and O sts, n. w.s on lino of tho Ecklng
ton street Railway, nnd near tho now depot
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair prlco, long tlmo nnd smalt payments to
L. M. SAUNDERS A DRO ,
HOOF st. n w.
Cor. 20th St. and Pa. Avo. N. W.,
Is ofTerlng Special Utrgalns In DRY
Beautiful lines of spilng shades In Cash
meres, Henriettas, Sorgos, Casslmcros,
ladles' Cloths silk nnd Wool Mixtures,
Chnllics. (rem h and American Sateens; nlsn
n largo line of Dress Goods from U102.I0;
Ginghams at 8, 10 und l-o.
A beautiful lino of Scotch Zephyrs at 21c,
1 nil lino of Sun Umbrellas nnd Parasols.
60 dcren (.cut's Linen Collars at 81 W per
do7cn, worth S3.
Great bargain In n full Regular Half lloso
at 25c. I'at blacks.
Our Mlscs' Hose In fast blacks at 21o. con
not bo beaten. ,
Kid and Silk Gloies In great variety and
lery low figures.
Largo stock of Ladles' and Gent's Under
wear to bo closed out. Tablo Damasks,
Towels and Napkins a specialty.
Our ladles', Cent's and Children's Rubber
Goods warranted toglvo satisfaction.
Ono cuso 1 1 Bleached Cottons at So. worth
Ono eno Indgo Bluo Calicos nt 0o., worth
The largest lino of Mourning Dross Goods
wo hai e had for years, at extremely low
All shades tn Stripes and Plain Surah bilks
for trimmings nt 73c. and SI.
Cor. 20th st. mill l'n. me. n. w.
EXTRACT OF ME AT
Finest and Cheapest Meat Flavouring stock
for Soups, Made Dishes and Sauces. As Beef
Tea, "an invnluablo tonlo." Annual salo,
GENUINE ONLY WITn FAC-SIMILE OF
JUbTUS VON VEIBIO'S SIGNATURE IH
BLUE ACROSS LABEL.
Sold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Drug
gists. LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO ,
TRUST US NOT,
Hut Judgo for Yourself
fiom the Accumulating Testimony of Dent
ists, Pit) slclans and Individuals that tbo
ijpjji Him ii
preentsSoio, Bleeding and Receding Gums,
1 Itlgg's Dlscao," Grooving of Enamol, Tartar
Accumulations, cto. Insures absolute clean
liness and comfort.
Dr. C. II. Bartlett. a noted Dentist of St.
I ouls, calls It: "Tho best thing over offered to
Hie public as n cleansing ngent (or tho tcoth,"
AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
HOTELS AXV EESTAUnAXIS.
HARRIS HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN
SJ 60 and S3 per day; Pa, ave , bet. 13th
and 14th streets; special ratos to partlos and
Corner IB th and I streets northwest,
Opposite McPhorson Squnro.
II. M. CAKK.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo made for
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Ltquora and Cordials by tho bottle
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. G, STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl. Ilouso,
JL 1401 N. Y. AVE., COR. 14Tn 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
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-83.00 and 81 00 Per Day,
JL A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY,
JAMF.S II, IIKKSLIN, Proprietor.
T. JAMi:S IIOXISL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE ,
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
V au,aun "U1 WASHINGTON, D. C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past sn'umcr a new addition
has been erected containing tho most luxu
rious restaurant rooms In tho olty,
11020-Om Til, FELTER, Trop.
Chattel eel by Congress, 1837.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $170,000
OFFICE: Now Building, northoast corner
Tth st, aud Louisiana rto,
ALBERT A. WILSON, C. W, HOWARD,
THOMAS rARKER, H. II. HAZARD,
Ylco-Pruldcnt. Asst. Secretary
'PEE1LES BYES &
Oklahoma is orntt.
Crowds nro Already TVItliln tlm
The St I.otils lUpullic't special from
Arkansas City, Kan., ias: "(iklahoma is
open. Tho trials, struggles and sacrifices of
cars ore partially rennrded, but tbo ccnts
oi lo-oay ana inosa oi tno days, weeks ami
mouths to follow, will prole how far supply
Is below demand, and necessitates father
concessions to avert disorder, bloodshed and
other conditions, but little short of nnarchy
The history of this ono day will forever ha
memorable In frontier nnualj, and will leavo
behind a heritage of litigation which will ho
fruitful to landthark ami claim attorneys,
hut be destructive to tho claims of poor ami
Tho Atchison. Toncka aud bautn Fo Rail
road began running Its sectional trains out
of Kansas City last night, picking up
cars at almost a cry station along tho routa.
Hundreds of pcopfowcro wnltltig at every
depot, ami If tho cnri all of which wcra
filled before tho border Hue was reached,
could havo been coupled, they would havo
mado a train miles In length. 1 bo crowds
w cro composed of speculators, adventurers,
sightseers, thieves, gambler ami a sprink
ling of the dcmi-innndo. The farming t le
nient was not largely represented, ns all of
the homesteaders liave gouo on before.
There were men on tho cars from oery
great city and important point In the coun
try, and there was not abtntoor Territory
In the country which did not have Its rcpre
icntatltcs. Tbo newspaper coach was tho
first out of Arkansas City.
Tho conductors were vigilant In thclrcol
lcctlou of fares, hut It Is certain that a grc it
many deidhcnds went through to tho
"Promised Land," in the rush and hurry
and roar of the boomer campaign. There
was but Uttlo slght-scclug indulged In as
the crowd did not ciro to look at anything
until it got to Okliihoini, llko the emigrant
at Castle (krilcn who refused to pick up a
silver dollar because ho expected to llnd
Sold In tbo street In tho next block. At
rkaneasClty therowcro over scventy-llvo
coaches tracked In the yards, awaiting tho
tush. All of theso were lowered luto the
yard fomc distance below the depot. The
crow d began gathering on tbo platform tw o
hours before daylight, and long beforo tho
faint sticaks of the dawu of the fateful day
tho city was awako and stirring. Tho
Btrects presented a picturesque appearance.
After tho suu rojo crowds were rushing
toward tho center of actlou from all parts
of the city. Hotels emptied their hundreds
Into the street. The cot-houses contributed
hundreds more out nf tbo hospitable homes
of tho city, nearly nil of which have cntcr
tulneil guests dmlng tho past week. Sorno
long strings of men cnrrylug gilnsacks,
bundles, knapsacks and parcels of every
posslblo and Impossible description; hun
dreds of boomers nnd rustlers. In their Ira
patleucu to get aboard, mslicd down en
massotntho yards aud attempted to force
an entrance Into tho cars, all of v, htch were
securely locked. The excitement may bo
Judged from the fact that a large number
of coach w Indou s w cro broken out by peo
ple who were anxious to secure scats. A
strong guard of railroad men was detailed
to protect tho company's property, and they
had a contract of unusual dimensions on
Tbo crowd was iianlc-strlckcn after wait
ing snmauy eventful days and nights for
tho hour of action to come Men were
seized wth a sudden fear that they would
be left In the lurch, and that fear served to
make them like a drovo of stampeded cat
tle. There was a vain attempt at good
humor In tho struggle which concealed tho
grim purposo behind, but there was no
quarter thown In tbo rush for placo. It
was a "vtiici v csi" crown ueiucu townru
a new field of enterprise and development,
nndno ono who bus never seen such a thing
In rctton cau have any conception ot It. An
amusing and, at the earno time, pathetic
Incident of tho early morning was a cattlo
train laying on a side-track loaded with a
boomer, his horse, wagou, and a cow, wife
and children and all his Uttlo household
Ho was a merry fellow, and gucd thoy
crowd unmercifully for not going through,
ns he oxpectcd It, without change of cars,
to avoid the rush.
"I travel in my own special coach," said
he. "llko Jay Gould or Vauderhilt."
"You'll get there too lato," yelled some
body In tho crowd.
"Never mind," replied tho boomer. "I'll
get there all the same."
Revenue Vessels nt the Centennial.
Tho Secretary of tbo Treasury has In
formed the Commltteo of Arrangements of
the Washington Centennial Celebration
that the following-named vessels of tho
Revenue Marino Sorvlco will bo. at Now
York on tho 29th Instant, aud that all that
can be spared from regular duty at that
port will take part In tho naval demonstra
tion on tho OOtu Instant: Grant, Manhattan,
Chandler and Washington, all of the Now
York station; Gallatin ot Boston, Dcitcr
of Newport aud Hamilton of Philadelphia.
The Ilenellts of Competition.
Until the 11. A O. lino was opened to New
York, tho residents ot Washington were not
accustomed to receiving tho benefits of halt
faro excursion rates to that city. Tho sit
uation Is different now. nnd tho II. itO.
will sell oxuirslon tickets to New York at
rate of $0.50 for tho round trip for all trains
April 27 to 80, and for train leaving Wash
ington 8 a. m May 1. All tickets valid
returning until May 0, Inclusive.
l'otomno Lodge llanquet.
Potomac Lodge, No. 5, F, A. A. M,, endod
Its celebration of Its centennial by a ban
quet last night. Many Masons were In at
tendance, and tho Franz Abt Club rendered
several musical numbers between tho toasts.
Gurlcy Ilros.' New Olllco.
This enterprising firm has recently moved
In now quarters, at 1335 F street northwest
(A dams building). It Is located ou the first
floor, and Is one of tho handsomest furnished
real estate and flro Insurance offices In the
city. Messrs. Gurley Brothers aro popular,
prominent and reliable gentlemen to trans
act business with.
A mo eracnt is ou foot In Nlcarauga to
sever tho relations between Church aud
IS n blood disease. Until the poison Is
expelled from tho system, there can
bo no euro for this loathsomo and
dangerous malady. Therefore, tho only
effectlvo treatment la a thorough courso
of Aycr's Snrsnimrllln tho best of all
blood purifiers. Tho soouer you begin
tho better ; delay Is dangerous.
" I was troubled with catarih for over
two years. I tried nrion remedies,
and was treated lira number of physi
cians, but recehed no benefit until I
began to tnko Ayer'fl Sarsnparllla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured mo of
thli troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my health." Jesse M.
Hoggs, llolmau's 31111s, N, 0,
"When Ayer's Snrsaparilla was rec
ommended to mo for catarrh, I was In
clined to doubt Its efficacy. Having
tried so many romcdlos, with Uttlo ben
eflt, I hud no faith that anything would
euro mo, I became emaciated from loss
of appetlto and impaired digestion, I
li.id nearly lost tho senso ot smell, and
my sy stoui was badly deranged. I w as
about discouraged, when a friend urged
mo to try Ayer's Snrsnparllln, and re
ferred mo to persous whom it had cured
of catarrh. After taking halt a dozen
bottles of this mcdtclno, I am comluceit
that tho only suro way of treating this
obstlnato disease Is through tho blood."
Charles II. Malouey, 113 Itlvcr St.,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price Ji; six bottles, (9. Worth 5 a bottle.
sV5H .anew At
MOHC TROOPS WANTCD.
General Crunk llnllmcs n Good .Show
ing TVII1 I'rctcnt Disorder.
Acting AdJiUant-Octicrnl Kelton lato
ytitcrday afternoon received sho following
dispatch hearing on tho situation III Okla
homa from Mnjor-Gcncral Crook, dated
Chicago, April 'ii: "Assistant Adjutant
General, Department Missouri, telegraphs
under dale of yesterday that ho Is just In
receipt ot full dispatch from General Mcr
rltt at Oklahoma station, In which lio siys
ho will probably need nioro troops for
warded, that he Is sure tho show ot force
will prevent trouble, and that newspaper
iicioimts nro probably exaggerated and
will continue to bo so. Ho reports much
confusion on lino ot rntlroid, but hu has es
tabllched line of couriers between Oklahoma
station and Fort Reno, so th it hereafter
e ommunlcatloii can be had w lth certainty
and fair rapidity.
General .and Commissioner Hlockslagcr
has addressed tho following litter to
Hamilton S. Wlcksot Kansas City, Mo., re
specting town-site entries In Oklahoma:
"Sir In reply to your letter of the 18th In
stant, I have to stnto that this ofllco cannot
recognize rights to public lauds as having
been acquired In Oklahoma country, under
existing laws, for tow n-sllo purposes actual
t HSis calling for such action aro presented
with full showlngor facts as affecting ques
tions of prior appropriation or other ma
terial questions In regular courso of busi
ness. In the meanwhile, I can only refer
Interested parties to section 22AS, U. 9. It.
S,, which reserves from pre-emption settle
ment to entry, 'I.nmls Included within tho
limits of any incorporate town or selected
as the site of a city or town, as also land
actually settled aud occupied for purposes
of trade and business nnd not for agricul
ture,' and section 88SU, U.S. It 8., In which
tho right of appropriation under the home
stead laws Is restricted to such lands as are
subject to pre cmptlon."
THE jSACHUSETTS ELECTION.
A Lnriro Mujniltr Agnlnst tho 1'nilil
Thu vote hi 143 cities and tow us In Massa
chusetts on tho Prohibition nmciidmcnt
glcs yes, R3,W)')j no, 83,271; majority
against, 31,572. It this rati) continues the
amendment will be defeated by 40,000 ma
jority. At midnight the total vote on tho
amendment In tho cities of tho State was
vce, 41,fill; no, cO.OW); majority against,
3S,S70. Tho Tote In tho towns was very
evenly dhldid. Tho majority In tbo State
will not fall farehorl of the majority against
In tho cities.
Boston's vote Is yes, 11,0(50; no, 31,073;
majority against, 20,01o. After the most
vigorous campal'rii on a sluglo lsstio ever
conducted In this Stato, tho proposed
ainindmcut engrafting prohibition upon tho
constitution of Massachusetts has been de
feated by n majority which shows plainly
the Bentlnicnt existing In the old Ray State.
The Totcthrovghout the State is light. In
many strongholds of prohibition, such as
Qulncy, tho homo ot Henry II. I'nxon, tho
apostle ot temperance, tho vote for tho
amcnduicut was decldtdly disappointing to
Its supporters. Fair weather prevailed
throughout tho State. The latflcs, who
havo labored Incessantly for tho past sit
mouths In tho fight (as thoy termed it) ot
"Home v crsus Saloon," did not give up tho
battle until tbo polls closed, but their ef
forts were of no avail. In this city the
ladles were present at every polling placo
ami most oi tucm were earnest in importun
THE COLLECTOR'S OFFICE.
What Mr. Hill Siijh About Coming
Mr. Francis Snowdenlllllof Upper Marl
boro', 1'rlnce George's County, tho newly
appointed Collector ot Internal Rcvenuo,
was In Baltimore yesterday aud called on
Mr. Francis M. Cox, tho nctlng collector,
and General Andrew G. Chapman, tho
deputy collector. They talked about tho
change In tho office, and Mr. Cox was
anxious for Mr, Hill to takochargo on or
before April 80. No agreemcut was
reached, but Mr. Cox was willing that Mr.
Hill take possession whenever ho Is ready.
At present thoy nro all very busy sending
out annual special tax stamps to which Mr.
Cox's namo is alllxid as culfoctor. Tho de
partment, It Is thought, would prefer to
bavoMr. Hill takocharguby.Mnyi If It can
bo dono during tho busy season.
Mr. Hlllcamo to Washington to-day to
coasult Commissioner Mason about taking
charge of the ofllce, and It Is likely ho will
conform to his wishes to go In on May 1,
Mr. Hill Bald he would appoint no Demo
crats to ofllce, and a man must be compe
tent to perform his duties, as well as be a
Republican of good character. Tho new
collector will llvo at his country home In
tho summer, and In the city during the
EARLY MOBMIHO HEWS,
Downs, of the defunct shirt man
ufacturlnc firm of Downs & Finch.
New York, Is In Canada, and
counsel for bis former partners
says it he returns he will have to meet
criminal charges. Within one week of tho
failure over t300,0C0 In cash nnd converti
ble assets were disposed of. Most of tho
moneys went to Mrs. Downs, although she
docs not nppoar by tho firm's books to be a
creditor. According to counsel, Downs
lias defrauded every bank with which he
was connected, and mado tho most ex
travagant misrepresentations to got money.
Rothschild t Co., hope to get back Into
the estate tho bulk ot tho money with
drawn. A Great Salt Trust.
Wellington R. Burt ot Saginaw, Mich.,
president ot tho Michigan Salt Association,
sails for Europe to-morrow to secure $10,
000,000, by means of which, with tho pool
already formed In this country, the entire
salt product of tho United States will bo
controlled by a syndicate, of which ho will
bo the head. It Is uot Intended to force up
tbo prlco of salt by tho combination, but It
Is believed $.VX,00o a year can bo saved on
llevlslnn In Delaware.
Tho Ilouso substitute for tho Senate Con
stitutional Convention bill, calling another
election In November, 1800, passed tho
House of the Delaware Legislature yester
day by 10 to 2, three Democrats voting with
the Republicans In the affirmative.
Death of un ex-1'roslilent,
Don Sebastian Lcrdo de Fojada, ex-I'resl-dint
of Mexico, died on Sunday in New
York city from bronchitis and pleurisy. IIo
succieded to the Presidency upon the death
of Juarez lu 1872 and was re-elected In 1870,
hut afterward his goenimcut was over
thrown, and ho was drhen from tho coun
try by Diaz.
Union l'mlfle's Aflnlrs.
Tho net surplus Increaso of tho whole
Union Pacific system was last vear $1,593,
860.2U, compared with $3,045,370.19 lu 1S97,
a comparative falling oil ot $1,033,093.53 lu
the case of the Union Pacific proper (1,
821,01 miles) aud a falling oft ot $1,351,
IK1 00 In tho aggregato Union Pacific sys
tem (6,081,2!) miles.)
A Hold Robbery.
A robber entered tho station at rations-
burg, Mo., ou tho Wabash Railroad, Friday
night, covered the agent with a revolver,
secured from $0,000 to $10,000 aud escaped
They TM11 Admit tlio Troops.
In the Senate, of tho New York State Leg
islature last evening, Mr. Grady Introduced
a bill to allow tho Pennsylvania and Mary
land troops to cuter New York city In a
body on Sunday next. The bill was passed
l'rlncess Charlotte Kugcnln Dead.
Eugenia, slsttr of King Oscar of Sweden, Is
dead, lhe Princess was born April 21,
i:curlim to Now York lu II. A (,
Tho 11. eV O. R. It. Co, will sell excursion
tickets from Washington to Now York at
50 50 for tho rouud trip, for all trains ot
April 27 aud 30, Inclusive and fortralu lc.iv
lug Washington S a. in. May 1, 'tickets
valid for return trip until and Including
trains leaving New York as lato as mid
night May 0, For excursion tickets aud
Pullman Parlor nud Sleeping Cur space call
at II, iV O. Ticket Offices 1B51 aud Oil) Pa
ave,, or at I). & O, station.
Will demonstrate that our values cannot
be approached by any other houso lu the
city II avo you examined the child's suits
wo are selling at $2 50? Klscmuu Bros.,
Seventh and E, Hoys' and Children's De
partment. Rev, Ilcury Truro Bray, an Episcopal
clergyman of St, Louis, has resigned nls
orders because, be says, ho can no longer
Kcept the the tenets o! orthodox religion.
SIZING UP THE HINESi
Tim lengiin Clubs That TVI11 Contest
fur .Supremacy To-iuorrow.
Tho League championship season begins
to-morrow. Washington will meet the
Phillies, Chicago will play at Pittsburg,
Cleveland nt Indianapolis nnd Hoston t
New York. Tho contest promises to be ono
of unusual Interest to patrons of the Va
tlonal game. As In seasons past the clubs
ran bo divided Into two classes, Chicago,
Niw York, Iloston and Philadelphia com
posing the first, and Washington, Pittsburg,
Indianapolis and Cleveland the second II
Is almost a foregono conclusion that the
clubs will finish tho season In tbo classes
Indicntid. If Washington ends the season
as good os fifth It will satisfy homo patrons
Them Is nothing In the composition of the
teams from Pittsburg, Cleveland and In
dtaiiapolis to warrant tho assertion that
liny will bo any ncarir the head than last
The I'lttshuriM havo been strengthened
by llnnlon. from tho Dctrolts, and there Is
' jiiiuiuii, jiuiii .mi a.u.iuiin, mill kiiviu i1
some possibility of Wlilto nnd Rowe going
there, Indlaunpollshas secured Whitney,
but even with "Long Jim" It Is practically
the same team that has been repeatedly (lis
tanccd in tho race. New York,
aud Indianapolis will open tho season with
nearly the samo teams as they closed with
in uciooer last, vvagcnnursi, n coiieginic,
has becu added tn tho Giants, whtlo Anon
secured Pitcher Hutchinson of Dcs Moines,
and Catcher Sonimcr of the Hostons, On
tho other hand Indianapolis signed Gctzeln
df Detroit and exchange.!! Itcalcy for Wblt
ney of Washington, yit with these changes
thise clubs are practically tho same s tig
ured In theso cities during 1838.
The other five teams have signed n niiiii
her of new players or secured tho release of
others. Probably no club in the country
has bicn so materially strengthened as the
Bostons. The purciiaso of Ilroiithcrs, Rich
ardson, IN nnu t and Ganzrll from tin De
trolls lilts the Hubbltcs with hopes of ciih
luring the pennant. Philadelphia nud
Pittsburg, too, fur that matter, have their
eyesou the flag, and wilt certainly fool
some of thoso w ho arc 111 lng high nt present
Manager Hnrry Wright has big Sam
Thompson of tho Wolverines, Catcher
Decker and Pltiher Wood, w ho formed tho
winning battery for Toronto last season, as
well as Klrbyaud Mitchell, among his new
men. nttshurg can boast of I'etir Conway
and Ed. llanlon, nnd Garfield, Allen, Nlcoli
and Laucr, youngsters. Washington
will also figure prominently with Its
reconstructed team. Morrill, Wise, Itcaley,
Carney and I'.brlgbt aro lu Its new galaxy.
It has also a number of men who went to
the Capital City rroin Troy nt tho
rloeo of 1884. This list Included
Pitchers Ft mm and Haddock and
Cntehers Clark, llannlug nnd Sweeney
For their first year lu the Lcaguo Cleve
land will muster a strong force ot players.
The majority of them uro familiar to all
lovers of tho game. The full team signed
by Manager I.oftus Is as follows: Illakelr,
(ruber, O'Drlen, Spracuo, Duck, fliatm .
and rianiilgan, pitchers; Snyder, SutcllrTc,
Lohbcck and X.lmmer, catchers; Faatz.
Strieker. Tebau and McKcan, luflelders,
Twltcbcil, McAlccr, Radford, Nicholson ami
Resides Wagenhurst, tho Giants will be as
follows : Welch, Crane, Tltcomb and
George, and probably Kecfc, pitchers;
Ewlug, Murphy and llrown, catchers, with
O'Rouke for emergencies; Connor, Richard-
.n ll-t.ll...... It....! .l 1T(1..1.1 I..
run, .Timijuj, muiu auu i.uimuii., ill
flilders; O'Rourkc, Gore, Tlernnn, Siattery
and Foster, outfielders. .
If Williamson Is all right and the rumors
regarding Daly uro cxaggeratid, which Is
likely, tho Chicago can bo counted In the
race, as Krock, Humbert, Hutchinson,
Dwycr and Baldwin will uot bo the weakest
pitchers In tho League, and there will be a
good fielding, batting and base-running
group behind theso twlrlcrs In Anson,
Duffy, Van Haltren, Pcttct, Sullivan,
I'fcffcr, Ryan and thoso mentioned above.
Harry Wright's full team consists of
Iluffinton, Sandirs, Casey, Glcosoii, Pete.
Wood and Mitchell, pitchers; Clements,
Ilallinan, Schrlvcr and Decker, catchers;
Farrar, Dclchanty, Mulvey, Irwin, Klrbj
and Ba6tlan, Inilcldcrsj George Wood,
Andrews, Fogarty and Thompson, out
fielders. In addition to the new material mentioned
abovo Manager Phillips ot the Plttsburgs
will have Galvln, Morris and Stalcy, pilcp
ers; Carroll, Miller, J. 1'. Uuckley and
Fields, catchers; Ucckley, Dunlap, Kucbne,
Smith nnd Rowe, Inlleldcrs; llanlon, Sun
day, Coleman and Maul, outfielders.
To-morrow, when tho Clevelands go to
Indianapolis to play their first League game,
they will find tho following club awaiting
them: Gctzeln, Whitney, Shrove, Burdlck
and Doyle, pltc.hers; Myers, Dalley and
Buckley, catchers; Bchocneck, Bassett,
Denny and Glasscock, Infieldcrs; Secry,
lllncs and McGeachy outfielders.
There are a great lack of batters In this
club, Denny, Secry and lllncs being lu fact
the only playirs who can uso the stick with
any reliability. In fielding and base run
ning they aro also not as strong as could be
Woshlngtonls stronger all around. O'Day,
Healy, G. Kecfo, Ferson and Haddock,
pitchers; Mack, Clark.BannlngandEbrlght,
catchers; parney, Myers, O'Brien, Don
nelly, Sweeney. Wise, Morrill, Wllmot, Hoy
and Sliocb, will represent the Capital City.
They have already begun to abuse the
umpire In tho Southern cities,
Tbo Bostons play the Jersey Cltysthis af
ternoon. It will bo their last exhibition
The release of Pitcher Freeman has been
sold by Von der Aheto the Milwaukee Club
Manager and Second Baseman Spence of
the New Haven Club has Injured his knee
and Is unable to play.
Ralph Johnston Is a great prlzo winner
for Columbus, He made four hits of four
times at bat tho other day.
The Association games scheduled for to
day are as follows: Columbus at Philadel
phia, St. Louis at Louisville, Kansas City
President Von der Abe has made a re
quest that the Cincinnati players wear their
black uniforms In their opening game In
BUI Hague, the old third baseman of tbo
champion Providence team, bos becomo tho
trainer of the Athlif 1c Club. He has been
working on the pitchers' arras, and Seward
Weyhlng, Smith and Knoufl say their
pitching limbs were never before In such
President Soden says there Is no truth lu
the story that he has offered to trade Miku
Kelly for Wanl.
The first championship game on tho
Brooklyn grounds will take place Thursday
afternoon. It will bo a gala day lu all that
the word Implies,
Yesterday's games resulted as follows:
Athletic, 15; Columbus, 0. Baltimore, 0,
Brooklyn, 4. St. Louis, 13; Louisville, 0.
Cincinnati, 10; Kansas City, 1. Pittsburg,
7; Syracuse, 3. Washington, 5; Yale, 0.
Ditrolt, 14; Jersey City, 13. Now York, tl,
Worcester, 4, Newark, 10: New York Re
serves, 2. Riadlng, 13; Philadelphia,
Hcaly and Mack signed yesterday, com
pleting tho homo team.
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