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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1880.
KSf-QCTHK tU'l'llKME (WHIT OP Till:
' HISTHICT OP COLUMBIA, THE
10TII DAY OP A I'll I Ly 1880.
FLI.LN K. OOLDSllOItOlToin
r.mvAiti) r. oY'At.TRoumt
anil H()lSI.i:HLlK RAY. No. 11,417,
Kxccntors ot tlio last will Rqnltylinckct
and testamentnf a.
Kl.tZA I.. HAY.
tleccnscd, ct nl. J
On motion of tlio plaintiff, by Mr. Enoch
I Tottcn, her solicitor, It Is ordered th.it tlio
tli fondants, Edward P. (Maitrotiith nml Ross
leslloltay, executor of tlio lint will of
Eliza L. liny, d re eased, Charles M. Hay, Leila
II. (JUaltronjrh, Mnry It. Harrison ami Knto
lit Mann, ennso their nppcaranco to bo en
tcrcil herein on or beforo tho first mlo lny,
occurring forty tlnjsuf lor this day; othcrwlso
the canto will bo proceeded within In case
Tho object of this suit Is to require and
compel an accounting of tlio pi rsOnnl estate
of Andrew Rosa Kay, deceased, bythoexoo
ntorsof tho last will of tho snld I'llza I..
Hay, tho said Kdwnrd P. QunltroUKli and
Ross Leslie Hay, and to establish a claim
against certain real cstnto In tho District of
Columbia known ns "Hay's Dock," nod tho
dwelling houo and lot sltuntod on the north
fast corner of P and Twentieth streets north
west, In tho city of Washington.
By tho Court:
W.S. COX, Justice, eto.
Trne ennv Test;
K.J. MEIGM, Clerk, etc. '
ny ,urAi ULiAaui, ass L viers.
KBTNATI0JJAI. KANICOP W'AsTl I SflTON,
X D. C.-Aprli 87, 1M0,
Tuesday, April .10. If, being n. legal holi
day, this bank will bo i lined. Paper matur
ing on that dny Is expected to bo puld on
MONDAY, ZMu CIIAB. E. W11ITB. Cashier.
BSSfA SPECIAL MEETING OP WASHING-s-'
ton iAdgo, No. IS, II. P. O. Elks, will
bo held nt tho lodgo rooms, Dtli street and
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, at 1 o'clock
p. m .Bunday, April 28th, for thd purpose of
completing arrangements and attending tho
funeral of Ilrother Herman Kdcl.
Ily order of tho Exnltcd Killer.
J. Y. POTTO; Scciotary.
"OFFICE OF ItlOUS & CO .
Vjmmmot. D C . Feb. 1. 19.
Toonr correspondents 1 ho copartnership
hitherto existing havln been dissolved by
tho death of Mr. John hlllott, wo beg to an
nounce that our brunch nt 00 Wall street,
Now York city, will bo discontinued from
nnd after May 1, 1N89.
On that date, at his own cqucst, Mr. Alex
ander Elliott will retire
Tho buslnoss will bo tarried on by tlio re
maining partners In VnslilnKtou.mily.
Very respectfully, ,
nioaa &. co.
From nnd after May 1, IB80, Mr. ALKXAN
I)EK ELLIOTT, having associated with him
Mr. GEORGE LOBDKLL ELLIOTT (son of tho
lato Mr. John Elliott), will continue business
nt No. ISC Wall street, New York, under the
lirm namo of
8. MORRIS .t CO
313 Dtli St. 11. W.
JINK STATIONEIIY, P.NVELOPES AND
Manufacturer' Agents for Papoj Boxes.
PAPEK AND PRINTERS' SUPPLIES.
K33T"KOCIIDALi: CO OPERATIVE SO
ILS' CIKTY. .
Members of this society aio Informed that
the new TRADE CARDS nnd Lists for tho
year 1809 und 1800 are now ready for distribu
tion and can bo obtulncd from members
Tinmrrt hnlnw. Tim old. or hrown eaid.
which expires April 80, 18W) (of no uso after
that date), should bo returned, with present
address written across Ityto tho lnoinlicrs of
tho committee when applying for tho now
tard and list. Many lmiiortnnt clmnges havo
been mndo In tho list of contracts, and mem
bers will find It much to their luhnntngo by
obtaining tho same without delay.
Persons not members can obtain ncedod In
formation by applying to any of those named
below. ALL members must bo In possession
Of tho new card nnd list or they will not bo
recognized. Apply at once at tho lcsldouccs
A. T. Longloy, President, B0 A st. n.o.
Smith Thompson, V.-Pics't, 1SW9 Fst. n.w.,
A. (I. O.
J. W. narshn, Sec'y. 005 II st. n.w., Cash
L. Vanderhoof, 010 1 st. n.w., Bureau Stat.
K. c. Fawcett, C01 Mass. ave. n.o., 4th Aud.
J. K. McCabc, S3 3d st. n.o , P. O. Dcpt.
I,. V. Hunt, 1310 H st. n w , dtli Aud.oAlco.
II. W. Smith, 71(1 1) St. s.w., Q. M. O. O.
John Morrison, (U4 (J st. n.w , Pension O.
L. E. Orldley, TOO L st. n.w., Register's O.
Dr. Jos. Jony. SJ1B Pa. avo. n.w., H.G.O.
John Finn. 518 23d St. n.w., A. G. O.
C. B. Bayer, 703 lcth st. n. o., 8. 0. 0.
II. a. Potter, 1100 a st. n. w G. L. O.
. J. Young, 409 Spruco St., Treasury Dopt.
C. V. Haskell, 1300 V. st. n. w.
(i. B. U Ingston, S112 K st. 11. W., U. S. Slg.
A. N. Mcoker, S07 3d St. . o , llu, Ens. and
W. E. Mlddleton, 1317 SOth st , Georgetown.
Edward Saxton, ltt Linden Place, n. o., U.
W. n. Womcrsly, 1720 II st. n. w., Treasury
Captain John A. Harvay, IKS C Bt. s. w.,
M. It. Henderson, 70S 13th st. n. w., at cigar
The sccrotary oan nlso bo seen at the latter
placo for a few minutes each day at 1-' and 4
Dy order executive oommlttco.
J. W. HAK9IIA, Socrctary.
.FULL STOCK OP NEW BTYLE3
Can be seen at
C. A. MUDDIMAN'S.
1200 P BTRETET NORTHWEST.
THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
NEW GAS COOKING RANGES
The Best for tho Price.
KSJ-TANNER'S STENOGRAPHIC AND
IW5' TYPE-WRITING BUREAU.
Conducted Personally by
UUDbON C. TANNER,
(Late Chief Stenographer, Now York State
Legislature and Supromo Court.)
No 1319 V street (Sun Building).
Export Short'hand nnd Typo-writing Work,
Including foreign languages, solicited at tho
usual rates. STUDENTS In Short-band and
Type-writing received at any time. Monog
raphers furnished business men. Circulars.
TeUphono Call. 1177 i.
B-rjr-TnE WASHINGTON ARCHITECT
' URAL IRON AND BRIDGE WORKS,
EDWARD L. DENT, M. E ,
Tho best facilities in tho city for all kinds
of Iron work. .... . . ,
Steel Beams, Angles, etc., always In stock.
Fine Ornamental Casts and Wrought Iron
Work a specialty. . . . ...
Repairs and general mnchtno work dono In
the best manner and at short uotlco. .
Solo Licensees In tho District of Columbia
for the "Goetz-Mltohell" system of Beam
Anchors and Potootors.
Works: Cor. 83d aud Water Streets; Tolo
Ofllce: 1113 G Street n. w,; Telophono, 4J8-2.
Washington, D. C,
Hem? renulslto to hoalthful. exer
cise, thousands ot well known personages
Tlslt DR. WHITE'S establishment. 1110 Poun
ylvanla nvcnuo, opposite Wlllard'a Hotol, for
relict from corns, bunions, diseased nails and
all diseases of tho feet. Dr. White's twenty
ninth year of practice la Washington, D. 0.
umcoiee, i a sitting
C'KINOSLEYnROS. CREAMERY CO.
BSE' Standard Cash Frlooa
For our unequalled dairy products delivorod
by our Aldorney (lato Ward's) wagons.
The best pure sweet milk, porqt ,... So
" " cream " Slo
" " buttermilk, per qt 4o
" " skim milk, por qt 4o
K, B. Creamery Print Buttor.ourownmako,
tho bent and purest,! So, per pound,
Twenty six 4 cent tickets for $1 oan be ob
tained from our wagons or at ottlce, OW and
3l D street northwest.
KSfT-THOSB WHO DESIRE COMFORT IN
-' hot weather place their order Jor
Shirts caily In spring, bo call 1111 P. T, HALL,
008 F st. 11. w shirt maker and furnisher.
B357riiii,Lii's, i..vjrAii & zaoiihy,
1813 V street.
3S Coal. Iron and Timber Lands.
A. V. HANDLE bega to call tho special at
tention of persons desiring toaoqulre auoh
firoperty In largo or small tracts at the very
owes; prlccH, Full particulars on upplloa
Ion. Address 309 7th nt. n. w.. Washing
ton. P. O. ,
S5T" LADIES I LADIESI LAD1E9I
iC Mrs. McCafforty Is the only hat
d bonnet frame manufnoturer in the city,
ill and ee her new shapes. Bleaoblng and
rceslng. Straw and Felt Hats, altered to
latest Uriel. Orders promptly auenacu
K5f IN THE SIII'HKMK C01I11T OP NIB
Tho 8th day of April, 1SS9.
Ida Isabel Thornton)
vs. No. 11673 I'i.DockctSO
Charles Thornton. )
Tlio defendant linvlng been returned "not
to bo found," and It being shown to tho satis
faction of tho Court tho defendant Is anon
resident, on motion of tho plaintiff, by Mr.
Fred . W. Jones, her solicitor. It Is ordered
that tho defendant, Charles 'Jhorntou, initio
his appearance to bo onterod herein on or
before tho flrstralo day occurring forty days
alter tins tiny; nincrwiso inn causa win no
prntccded with as in enso or default.
Thnnh lector this suit Is tnf nroenro n dl
on o a Tltmito matrimonii nn the ground of
willful abandonment and desertion for tho
full nnd uninterrupted period of moro than
two years. ....
This order to bo published onco a wcok for
three successive weeks In tho "Washington
Law Reporter" and The Wasuinoton Ciiitio
before said rnle day.
Ily tho court. W. 8. COX, Justice, .to.
True copy. Test: . . .
K.J.Mnos, Clerk, &o,
HyMi A.Clauct, Ass't Clerk.
53J?TnE COLUJIDIA NATIONAL BANK
VZ" ol Washington. D. C, till P st. n. w.,
Kecelves Deposits, Ixians .Money, Issues
Drafts, Transacts a General Banking Iliisl
ncss. Ixicatlon central and convenient. F
street cars and herdlcs run In front of our
dooriOth street oars ran a few rods oast ot
our building; 7th street and 11th street cars
only two blocks nway; II street and Pa. nvo.
ears only throe blooks away. 11. II. WAHNKK,
President: A. T. BKITTONf Vloo-rrosidont;
E. H. PAIIKER. Cashier. Directors: Chas. II.
Ilalley, Wm. E. Barker, Alox. T. Brltton,
Chas. U. Duncanson, John Joy Edson, Albert
F. Fox, John E. Ucrrlll, BonJ V. Lelghton,
Hugh Mcculloch, Crosby S. Noyos. M. M.
Parker, O O. Staplos, Gcorgo Trncsdell,
Henry K, Wlllai-d, II. II. Warnor.
fSfflRON ROOFING, IKON CEILING,
a-' Manufactured by
A.NOKTIlltOPACO, Pittsburg, Pa.
Orders will bo received on and after Febru
ary 21, 'HU, R172A u Bt. n. o , uy mo agcin.
' J. II1I.LENOA88.
Confectionery, Ynro Candles, Cakes, Pics,
Nuts, Torelgn nnd Domestlo Fruits, at
GEQIIOB W. WEIDMAN'S,
.103 Pa. ave. s. e.
KJ5ITOSTOFITCi: NOTICE (should be
' iiEAti daily by nil Interested, ns
changes' may octur nt any llmo.-Lcttor for
foreign countries need not bo specially ad
dressed for. dlspalob, by any particular
steamer, except when It Ib desired to send
tlnpllcates of banking and commercial docu
ments, letters not specially addressed being
sent by tho fastst csscls available
Fnrclim mails for the week cndlnir Anrtl 27
v. HI closo pi oraptly In all cases at this oillco
HUNDAY."-At 3 p. m. for Costa Rica, via
Llmon, per s. s. Fnxhall, from Now Orleans,
MONDAY.-At 3 p. m. for Bell70, Puerto,
Cortcznnd Guatemala, per s, s. Breakwater,
from New Orleans.
TUE8DAY. At 0 a. m. for Etiropo, per s. s.
Arizona, via Quecnstown,
WKDNESDAY.-AtOIOa. m. for Euro)0,
icr s, s. Hnnle, la Southampton and Bremen
letters for Ireland must bo directed "per
innlo"; at 10 a. m. per . s. Celtic, via
Qncmstown letters for Great Britain and
other European countries must bo directed
"ptr Celtic''): at lOu.m. for Belgium direct,
furs. s.Nooru land, via Antwerp letters must
lodlrcLtcd "nor Noordland") at 11 n. m. for
VpneT.neln nml Cnrnenn. npr . . Vnlpnnlfi
tlcttcrs for Colomblat la Curacao, must be
directed "per Valencia"; at 1 p. m. for Cam
pcehc, Chiapas, Tabasco and ucntan, per s.
s. Niagara letters for other Mexican States
must bo directed "per Niagara" nt 1 p. in.
for Mexico, per s. s. B . Ygleslas, via la ana
letters must be directed "per B. Ygleslas"
at J p.m. for Costa Rica, la Llmon, pirs. s.
Stroma, via New Orleans.
THUHSDAY.-At4n.m. for Bermuda, per
s. s. Trinidad; at 0 a. m, for Fortnno Island
and Hnytl, pers. si Athos letters forBavan
Ilia, Jtc must bo directed vpcr Athos" at 1
p.m. for Nassau, N. P., and Santiago, Cuba,
jiei Hi a. Cltnfuegos; at 8-10 p. in. for St. Plerre-
illqiiclon. per steamers from Halifax,
ntlDAY.-At 8 p. m. for Blucfleids,
Hewes. from NewOrlenus.j
SATURDAY. At 1 a. m. for Brazil and tho
La Plata Countries, via Brazil, for St. Thomas
nnclK. Ciolx. via St. Thomas, for Barbados
and for Trinidad nnd Domcrara, vi a Barba
dos, pers. B.Advanco, from Nowport Nows
letters for other Windward Islands must bo
directed "por Advance"!; at 9 a. m. for
Jamaica, Groytown, und for Costa Rica, via
Llmon, per s.s. Alcna;at 10 a. m. for tho
Windward Islands, por s. s. Muriel; at 11SW
n.m. for Norway direct, pers. s Thlngvalla
lottcrs must bo directed "per Thlngvalla";
ntllSlO a.m. for Great Britain, Ireland, Bel-
glum. Netherlands and Austria, per s. s.
Etrurla, a Quecnstown lottcrs- for othor
European countrlos must bo directed "por
Etrnria"; at 11 .30 a. m. for France, Switzer
land, Italy, Spain und Portugal, pers, s. La
Hrotagno, via Havre; at 12 m, for Germany,
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia and Tur
key, per s. s. Ems, via Bromcn letters for
Grt at Britain, Ii eland, Belgium, Nethorlnnds
nnd Austria, via Southampton, must bo dl
iectcd"pcrEms"i at 18m. for tho Nether
lands, via Amsterdam, per s. t. P. Calami
letters must bo directed "per P. Caland"; at
1 p. m. for Scotlanddlrect, per s.s. Purnossla,
via Glasgow letters must bo directed "pir
Malls for tho Society Islands, per ship City
of l'npcltt from San Francisco, closo hero
April J4th, at 7 p. m. Malls for China and
Japan, per tr. s. City of Rio de Janeiro from
San Francisco, closo here April J0th, at 7 p.
m. Mails for Australia, New Zealand, Ha
waiian. FIJI, nnd Samoan Islands, per s. s. Ala
meda ffom San Francisco, oloso hero April
J8th, at 7 p. ra. or on arrival at New York
of s. b Auranla. v,lth British malls for Aus
tralia. Malls for Cuba by rail to Tampa,
Fla and thenoo by stenmer, via Key West,
Fin., close at this oillco, dally at '.'.30 a. m.
Tlio schedule of closing of Transpacific
malls Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted o crland transit to San Fran
cisco. Malls from the East arriving on tlmo
at ban Francisco 011 tho day of sailing of
nt camera are dispatched thonoo the same
day. Registered mall closes at 6 30 p. m. pre
HENRY G. TEARSOV. Postmaster.
rosTorTirr, Nrw Yorik, N Y"., April 19. 18S0.
Ail) trllfenwiti uiultr tfili htaJ, four llnttor
lei, 23 ttntifor one tnstition: 50 ctntifor thrte.
W""" ANTED-ONTHE FIRST DAY OP MAT
a good cook, washer and Iroucr at 31 J
LADIES TO MAKE WORSTED ADVER
tlscment Cards at home; $4 to $3 weekly;
outfit.lOo. ScdgowlckNoiely Co.,New Haven,
WANTED MIHOXT.ItAXr.O VS.
AdrertUanenlt under thU htad fourtlnaor
t$ft S3 cnt$or one inttrtioni 60 centt for thi .
WANTED-PERSONS DESIRING 8ITUA
tlons or help to register name, frco ot
ohargo, at the MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, room
28. Ht. Cloud building. Oth nnd F n. w.
TI7ANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER
W bought tor cash by WM. FR1EDE
RICH, the manufacturing jeweler, 005 7th
Bt,, opp Patent Office.
AilrtrtUiminli ximltrthli head, four llnttor
Itti, 23 ctntifor one Inurllon; 50 ctntt for thtet.
I?0K RKNT-EITHER SINGLE OR EN
7 suite, with or without board, at KOLB'S
Hotel and Restaurant, 811 Estn w; 100ms nro
nicely furnished and lcnllty convenient.
Atleti tlitmenta undtr thli Head, four llnti or
leu, 25 centt for cm Intertlon; CO ctntt for thiee,
DRAWING AND PAINrTNORDKR
to show tho rapid progress of pupils nt
tho Academy of Fine Arts, 801 E streot north
west, thoso commencing Immediately will bo
rcoel ed f or ono month for almost nothing.
Classes now fui inlng for art students, parents
and little children, l'roo exhibition of paint
Inga daily and Wednesday oveulugs.
JUSTIPS OLD STAND IS THE ONLY
placo whero (list class second hand cloth
ing can bo sold at respectable prices. Ad
dress or call at 019 D st. 11. w.
Adttrtunntntt unacr thli htad, four Unit or
at, 25 centt jor out Intertlon; SO centt for thru,
T70R BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
X' In Bnuares 017 and cos. mur North Capi
tol, N nnd O sts. u. w.i on lino nt tho Ecklug
ton street Railway, and near tho now depot
of Baltimore and Ohio Hallioad Company;
fall-prlco, long tlmo and small payments to
L. M. SAUNDERS A BRO
1103 Fst. II. W.
li V.Alt J2.1T ATI!.
Ailrertlttmenti undtr thli Htad, four linn ot
lett, 23 ctntifor ont Inieitlon,' CO centt for thru.
TTOR BALK-nUSINKbS PROPERTY-WI!
JL haiufor salu on lilh st, just north of
1 enna aio. and adjoining tho Palais Royal, a
frontage of M feet by depth of 100 feet. We
can stll one half of tlilu property, 4il feet
front, or one third of same, 38 111100 fcot
front by the depth of 100 foot This offers a
good Investment In business pioperty on a
buslnoss thoroughfare that Is suited to most
any kind of business. For further particu
lars apply to A P. DILL & CO,,
13-18 V st n w.
BU. V, D1Y1N,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
1010 V st, adjoining Sun Building,
Suburban property a specialty.
IfOU HALE-COMFORTAllLi: FRAMEe,
L1 dwelling on 8 st, bet IJth anil 13th, north
sine; lot 18x100: will ne sold nt rrnsnnauio
Dguic. J. H.VlMEH,1313Fst.
I'.bctlMlinndlP.lli stsfl w, 3 story brick, 10
rooms and bath; perfect order throughout:
south! rn exposure; a lovely homo. ... .$s.oxl
It. bet nth nnd I Ith sts n w, 11 room brick;
bay window .best location, lot 81x100.. t8,0is)
lVhst, botTnnd U sts n w, 8-room brick;
heated by furnnco and open grates; doublo
parlors and dining room on first lloor; speak
ing tubes, dumb waiter, etc.; beautifully
lDthst, between Q. and R sts n w, 4 story
brick: 1J rooms; best condition; Bno locn-
lion; built two years ago: lot 21x00 t8,750
II. K. alLHEKT CO.,
(U3 F St II W.
JpOR BALK-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
: U-room houses, with bath, rango, etc., in
tho northwest; near nth nnd 7th st. cars
$rlco only $2,800 caohj It street, near 1 ttb,
11,0(K. Also on Clovolanu avenue,
urs, for '2,nr,ti
on 8, bet Kith and 17th sts..., 0,000
" U st, hot lfith and 10th sts O.BOO
" irtth, bctTand U st 7,noo
" 13th, bet P nnd U st O.BOO
" o.bot lath and 14th sts.wlth stable 7.000
" Boundary, near Oth st, new house. 3,2T0
" Marlon st, bet Oth nnd7thn w..... 4,330
Apply to J. W. P. MYERS A BON,
1420 New York avo.
IiUIAKK B. CONGER.
! 1411 V Street.
nOUSES FOR SALE-N. W. SECTION.
Massachusetts avo. 100,000, 135,000, 843,000,
IO,(iOR $3.000, $J3,000
Connecticut avo., 133,000, 830,000, 8M,000,
Vermont ave , $31,000, $30,000.
HhiHlo Island nve ; $.W,iW, $33 000, 1,000,
loth street, f 1011,000, $73,000, $37,000.
lbth street. i OOO. I
I street, $'.3,000.
K street. 111 ,000.
M street, fc.1,000, $10,000, $30,000.
N street, $M,O00, in OOO, $17,000, $15,000.
P street, $13,000, $8,000, $7,500.
tl street, $20,000
Now Ilampshircnvt). and 23th st , $0,000.
Houses under t.so,0O0 and unlmproTeilproiv
erty In all parts of tho city.
JKANK B. CONGER,
1413 F street.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect March 10th, 1889.
Leave Washington from Station Cornor of
New Jersey nvcnuo and O street.
Fon Chicaoo and Northwest, Vestlbulod
Limited express dally 8.M a. ra , express 9 03
Ion Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3 00 and 11.10 p. m.
Fon PiTTsnuno nnd Cleveland, Vestlbulod
Limited express dally 8 33 a.m. and express
9 03 p. m. ,
Pon Leximjton and Local Stations 110.10
Fon BAtTiuonE, weekdays, 500, (U0, 0 40,
7.30, 8.30, 9 30 (43 minutes), M 11.23, (43 min
utes) a.m., 1210, 203, 2 30, (43 minutes), 3 15
(41 minutes) 3.25, 4 30, 4.35, BiJO, 0.15.0 15,70,
8 00, 0 43, 10 30 and 11.30 p. m. Sundays, 0 30,
8 80,9 30, 9 43, 11 Jil n. m.; 1.15, 8 03, 280,3 23,
4 30,4 33,0.43, 7.30, 8 00, 0.43, 10 30 and 11.30.
Pon Wat Stations between Washington
and Baltimore, 5 00, o 40, 8 30 a. m , l j.io, 3 23
4.33, 6 4 11 30 p. m. bundays, 8 30 a. m., 1.15
8.23, 4 33,0 43, 11.30 p.m.
Tiiains leave Baltimore for Washington,
weekdays, B.10, 0JW, 0 30, 7.15, 7.80, 8 00(43
minutes), 9 00, 0 05, 10.13 (43 minutes), a. m.;
12.13, 1.43, 00, 3 00, 4 13 (43 mlnutcs, B 00, 0 00,
0 30, 7.W, 8 03, 10 05, 10 10 and 11.00 p. m. Sun
days, 0 30, 7.13, 8 00 (45 minutes), 9 M, 0 03, 10 25
n. m., 12.60, 1.43, 2 00, 4.13, 5 00,0.30, 7.50,803,
10 05, 10.10 and 11.00 p. m.
Fon ANNAroLU, 6 40 and 8 30 a. m , 13 10 and
4 35 p. m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. m., 4 33 p. ra.
Leave Annapolis 0 40, 8 37 a. m., l-'.OO, 4.10 p.
m. bundays, B 37 a. m , 4 10 p. m.
l'nn stations on tho Metropolitan Brnneh,
10 33, 10 10 a. m., 11.15 p. m. for prlnolpal sta
tions only, 110.10 n. m t4 33 and 1 30 p. in.
Fon GAiTOEiumuna and Intermediate points, '
19.00 a. m , UM0. t4.40, 5.3. til JO p. m.
Fon Horn's and Intermediate stations, t7.00
p. to., $10.00 p. m.
Cunncu train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.13 p. m stopping at all stations on Met
Fon FnEDiniCK, tlO.lOa. m, tl.35 and 15.30
p. m. Sundays, 1,15 p. m.
Fon Haozbstown, tlO 10 a. m. and t5 30 p.m.
TniiNa aiiuive from Chicago dully 8.33 a.
m. and 9 35 p. m.; from Cincinnati -and St.
Iiuls dally 0 20 a. m. and IB p. m; from
Pittsburg 8.S5 a. m., 17.20 and 0Xi p.m.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
Fon New Yoim, Trenton, Newark and Eliz
abeth, N. J., 18 00, 0.30, H.S5 a. m., 'aso,
M.lSandlO.SOp.m. BuffotParlnr Cars on
all day trains, sleeping car on tho 10.30 p.
m .open at 9 00 p.m.
Ion PuiLASELrntA, Newark. Wilmington
and Chester, 18 00, '9.30, n.25 a. m , ".'.SO,
4 is, 'B oo nnd ioo p. m.
Fon Atuintic City, lliiS a. m.
Fon lNTtnMEDUTE points between Balti
more nnd Philadelphia, 0.80 a. ra. 'JOS and
14 30 p. m.
Tiuins leave New York for Washington.
8 30. til CO a. m , l.so, 'i30, '1 43 p. ra. and
12 oo night.
Trains leave Philadelphia for W aslilngton,
1.10, 8.15, 11.15a. m., 11.43, N.15, 'MS and
7 30 p. m.
tExccpCSundny. 'Dally. ISunday only.
Baggage called for and checked Irom hotels
and residences by Union Transfer Company
on orders left at ticket offices, 019 ana 1331
W.M. CLEMENTS, CHAS. O. SCULL,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't,
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Donblo Track. Splendid Scenery.
Steel Ralls. Magnificent Equlpmont
In Errrxr Febbuakt 24, 1889.
Trains leave Washington from station, cor
ner of sixth and B streets, as follows:
Fon PiTTBBuno and tho West. Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pnllman Vestlbulcd Cars at
9 CO n. m. dally; Fast Lino, 9 50 a. ra. dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louts, with Sleeping Cars
from Pittsburg to Clnolnnatl and Harrlsburg
to St. Louis: dally, except Saturday, to Chi
cago, with Sleeping CarAltoona to Chicago.
Western Express at 7.40 p. m dally, with
Sleeping Cars Washington in Chicago and St.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlsburg with
through Weepers for Louisville and Memphis.
Pacific Express, 10 00 p. m. dally for Pittsburg
and the West, with through Slcepor to Pitts
burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD
Fon Eiiie, C'anakiuioua and Rochoster
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except
baturday, 10 00 p. m , with bleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon WiLLiAutroiiT, Look Haven nnd El
mlra, at 0 CO, a. m. dally, except Sunday.
Fon New Yoiik and (he East, 7.20, 9 00, 11 00,
and 11 40 a. in ; 2 10, 4 10, 10 00 nnd 11.20 p. in.
On Sunday, 9 00, 11 40 a. m.; 2.10, 4 10, 10,00 and
11 20 p. m Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Cars, 9 40 a. rn. dally, except Sunday, and
3 45 p. m. dally, with Dining Car.
Foil Boston without obange, 2.10 p. m. evory
Fon Brookltn, N. Y., all through trains
connect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding double ferrlago across Now
Pon PiiiLAPrLrnu, 7.20, 810, 0 00, 11 00 and
11,40 a. m, 2 10, 4.10, 0 00, 8.10, 10 00 and 1120
p. in. OnSunday, 000, 11.40 a. in , 2 10,4 10,
0 00, 8.10. 1000 nnd 1120 p.m. Limited Ex
press, all Parlor Cars, 9 40 a. ra. week days,
and 3 45 p. in. dally, with Dining Cars.
Fnu Atlantic City, 11 00 and 11.40 a. ra.
For Baltimore. 0 33, 7 20, 8 10, 0 00, 0 40, 9 60,
11 00 and H 40a.m.. 1305,2.10, 343, 4.10,420,
4 40,0 00,7 40, 810, 1000 and 11.20 p.m. On
bunday, 9 00, 003, 0 50, 11.40 a. rn., 2.10, 3.13,
4 10, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 and 11 JO p. m.
Fon Pore's Cum 1: Line, 7.20 a. m. aud 4.40
p. m, dally, except Sunday.
Fon Annavoi is, 7 20 and 0 00 a. m., 12 05 and
4 40 p, ra. dally, oxcept Sunday, Sundays,
9 00 a. m 4.10 p. m,
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDKRICKSBlTRa
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
Fon Alexandria, 4 30, 0 83, 7.23, 8 40, 013,
10 57 n. m , 1-' 04 noon, 2 05, 8 40, 4 25, 5 00, 0 01,
8 03, 10 05 and 1187 p.m. On Sunday at 4 30,
0,45, 10 57 n. ra , 2 30, 0 01, 8 03 and 10 03 p. ra.
Accommodation for Quautlco, 7.23 a. m, and
D 00 p. m. w eok days.
Fon HiiuaoND and tho South, 4 30, 10 57 a.
m. dally, and 3 40 p. m. dally, except Sunday,
TnAiNsixAVE Aloxumlrla for Washington,
6 03, 705, 8 00, 9,10, 1015, 11 07 a. m , 1.20,
3 00, 3 21, 6.10, 0 30, 7 05, 0 "U. 10 nud 11 05 p.
m. On Sunday at 9 10 und 11.07 a. in, 2 00,
Tickets and Information attheofflce, north
cost corner of T blrt couth stieet and Pennsyl
vania annuo, and at tho station, whero
orders ran bo loft for thocheoklngof baggago
to destination from hotels and residences.
CIIAB. K. PU4JII, J.R.WOOD,
General Manager, General Passenger Agent.
Chosapoako and Ohio Routo.
Schcdulo In effeot FEBRUARY 20, 1689.
Trains leavo Union Depot, 6th and B streets.
10 57 A m, For Newport News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk daily. Arrive In Old
Point at 0 83 p. m. nnd Norfolk at 7.00 p.m.
Through parlor ears to Old Point Comfort
dally, oxcept Sunday,
11,21a m, For stations on the Chosapoako
and Ohio In Virginia, West Vlritlnta and Ken
tucky dally, bleeping cars Washington to
Uinrlotttsvlllo and Lharlottosvillo to Cincin
nati fauuday train runs only to Clifton Foige.
8.80 r. ,- Fast Western Expross dnlfy,
Solid tiuln, with Pullman Buffet sleeping
Cars to Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati; Pullman
Fenlcetobti Louis, Memphis aud New Or
leans. Ofllco, 513 Pennsylvania avenue,
II. W. i ULLF.H, Gen. Pass. Agent.
'.PEERLESS IY1S .
roit jijsxr-.no trans.
AilnrtUantnU undtr Mi Ht(ut, Jour Unit or
lilt, 23 ctntifor ont tnitrtlon,' 50 mill for thrtt.
1J14 Fstnw,23rs..... ..$2.V)00
1701 It I avo ii w, 17 r 208 53
1413 Mass ao, 17 rs 200 00
1409 Mass nvo n w... 1C0 07
1228 M Btn W, 13 rs 123 00
1810 N St II W, 13 r 123 00
1730 Mass avo, 17 rs 123 00
Pstnw, 12 rs 12300
1500 IBth Bt n w, 10 rs 110 07
112A10thstnw,l3r 113 00
1023 Mnssavc, I3rs 100 00
14018loughlonst, 11 rs 8.1 33
18001 Ith stnw,flrs, nnd stnro r. Kl 33
1018 21st stnw, 11 rs 81 33
1009 II stn w,w h 80 00
315 12th stnw. 13 rs , 73 00
13210.stnW, il r 7300
COSEstnw, 11 r 73 00
2023 O st n w, 11 rs, nnd stablo 70 00
cot lBtlutnw oa-07
iwa I st n w, o rs osco
l415Nstn w, llrs 03 00
H24 1 ith st n w, store nnd dwg , 00 00
1448 N Btn W, 10 rs 65 00
1011 N stnw, 8 r 30 00
1708 M st n w, 7 rs 43 00
IMl 13th st n w, 9 rs .1 13 00
IMHPIcrco Place, 10 rs 43 00
1801 o st n w, o rs co oo
nil Conn, niciors ., 40 00
2iio nth stnw, to rs 40 oo
1400Chaplnst,rs , 40 00
1007 18th st n w, 10 rs 40 00
I3301llggsrtnw,0rst 33 00
133illlggsstiiw,0rs. 33 00
1334Hlirgst,0rs 33 DO
lP0fliethstnw,0rs....i i....... 30 00
l24 20tht!lr,X ril "3 00
1.307 Caroline st, 7rs 23 00
228 1st Bt s w, 0 rs 1300
229 1st st s w. 6 rs i 15 00
Tho abovo nouses can bo examined by per
mit from our nOlre only.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO ,
Xi-.12tliM.13rs ,18100 00
27 Inwn Circle, llrs 83 33
ST27N Stnw, Ills , 00 00
1029 22d St, 10 r 65 00
1448 N Bt U W, II rs CO 00
1C02 Vermont ne, 10 rs CO 00
223 A st n e, H rs 33 00
ssi A st n c, 8 rs 31 33
300 C st n c, 8 rs 30 00
1 and 8 Saul Uulldlng 27 00
27 lowa circle, (urnishid 123 oo
12V9 Pa nvo, o rs 12 co
1 115 II stn e, house and store.. 10 30
TtK 21st st, 1.1 i 00 00
ni7Srrutest, 8rs 3i 50
1415 w st n w, 0 rs , 24 80
01710thst,0rs 15 80'
123 II st ne, 5 rs and stable 15 00
032 Dili st n e, fi r 10 30
1223 K st 8 0, 3 rs i 10 CO
1'jCO Gales st.Ors 11 GO
2B!adrnsburgrond, Ors 1000
HOMstso.Ors 10 00
&70Elmst,Ors 10 30
3 houses, 13th and Kentucky ao 10 00
19 Dlngmnn Place, 4 rs 9 00
CHAS E. BANES,
N. W. Cor. llth and O sts. n. w.
roil HAJ.J! AXn 1WXT.
TIIOS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 V stroot.
Changes mndo Wednesdays and Saturdays.
TWO-SIORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
010 to C30Md ave s w, b h, 4 rs...... ....813.000
214 A stn e.tli.Ora ;.... 7,000
1114tol110Ctlistsw,bh, 7 rs, audit
408 and 408 llth Btsw, bh, m 1,9 r 5,600
wuatstsw, bb,ml,8rs 6.000
llSHstne, bh,7rfl 4,230
$20 and 222 131 st s w, f h,5rs 4,300
I2to080stne, f h,4rs 3,000
. 8 and 42 Myrtlo st 11 e, b Ii, ra 1, 7 rs.... 3,400
H4lBtstn w, bh, 5 rs 3000
C15llthstse, bh, 8rs ; 2,600
109 and 911 1 sts e, f h.Brs 2,500
614 Oth at ne. fb.fr 2,500
too 10th stne.b and f h,8r 2.600
1839 8th stnw, b h, 6 rs 2.400
123723dstnw, f h, 4rs 2,103
Alloy bet 6th and 7th, G and E sts so,
b h,3rs 1,500
400 to 2102 Columbia nvonw.fh 1,500
1430 Sampson stn w, f h, Ors 1,500
AUt y bet 3d and 24 th, L and M sts n w,
f h,4 rs 500
For a term ot 23 years, a valuablo piece of
business property on llth st, near Pa avo n w:
rent $123 per month nnd taxes; lossco to build
Rent per annum
11 st, bet 4th and 5th n 0 $30 00
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR S VLE.
18th Bt, bet Rand Sn w $2 00
10th st, IiotMandNnw 1 73
24th st, bet L and M n w 1 60
13 st, hot Canal and C n w 1 00
Mass ave, bet Del aio and 1st Bt 11 0 1 00
N ocorN 11 nioand I'st n w , 70o
HOUSES TOR RENT.
Skating Rink, N Y ave, $00 a night, $23 per
SISEstnw, 17 rs $105 00
3052 Pstnw, fur, 13 ra 80 00
1738 E st n w, 12 rs CO 00
l339Lst nw.lOrs 7500
20311 stnw, 14 rs co 00
fill F stnw, 10 rs 60 00
1334 Corcoran stn w, 13 rs 60 00
E8l81'Btnw,10 rs 6000
28201'8tn W, 10 rs 50 00
2d floor Pith nnd E stsnw CO 00
1537 14th st n w. 8 rs 45 00
1731 10th st n w, 0 rs 40 00
308Est nw.Ors 3000
2210 n Bt n w, 7 rs 23 60
1453 s Bt n w, 7rs 23 00
COLstn w,7 rs 33 00
lOOBNHavonw.Crs 18 00
twilldystnw, 0 r 1830
lG32 5thBtnw, 0 rs 1500
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sate ns U. S. bonds: 0 per cent., payable
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sum to Biilt nt 0 per cent.
The abovo Is only n portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call at office for
bulletin. Issued on tho 1st and 1Mb.
The Traveler's guide.
Arrival of Itullruntt Trains In Wash
ington, m Arrivals at II. and r. Station.
From Boston 10 43 a. m. dally,
From New York and Philadelphia 1 10, 8-00
10.45 a. m , 2.15, 3.10, 0 12 (limited) and 10.33
p.m. dally, 1.42, (4-00 limited) 8.10 and 83)
p.m dally except Sunday.
From Philadelphia only 11.40 a. m. dally and
7.03 p. m. week days.
From Baltimore 1 10, 6 30, 800, 8 .35, 8 45, 0,33,
10 45, 11 40 a. ra , l:li, 2 15, 8 10, 4-00 (limited),
6.65, 6.C0, 7-05, 8 10, 8 JO, li li (Congressional
limited) nnd 10 33 p. ro. On Sunduys, 4 10,
6:80, 8-00, 0.S3, 10.43, 11:40 a. in , 2.15. 8 10, 5.53,
8.30, 0 12 (Congressional limited), 10.33 p, m.
From Annapolis 8 00 a, m , 1,1.', 5.35 p. m. On
Sundays, CMS p. m,
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra nnd Har
rlsburg Dally 0.33 a. m. and 0-30 a. m. dally
From Pope's Creek Line 8 33 n. m. week days
only nnd CEO p, m. dally,
11 om Richmond and tho South 11:24 a. m,
S 40 and 11 DO p, ra. On Sundays, 11:21 a. ra.
and 11 00 p. ra.
From Chicago and Pittsburg 0.80, 9,33 a. m ,
5.55,810 p.m. All dally.
From St. Louis 0 30 a. m. dally.
From Aloxandrla-0fl5, 7:25, 8:20, tXO, 10 33,
Hill a. Ill , 1:40, 3:20, 3 10, ts7, CM, 735, 9.6.',
11:00, 11.23 p m. On Sundays, 9J0, 11:21,0.
m., 2-20, 8J0, 7.23, 0 5J, 11-00 p ra.
From Cincinnati, Loulsvlllo and St. Louis via
Chesapeake and Ohio Routo 9.40 p. ra.
dally. From Cincinnati and way, 5 40 p. ra.
dally except Sunday.
From Old Point Comfort, Nowport Nows and
Norfolk 3 40 p. m. dally except bunday,
11:20 p.m. daily.
From Lynchbnrg, Bilslol, Memphis, Mont
gomery and Now Orlonus 11.13 a. ra. dally.
From Mimphls, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch-
burg 0 10 p. m, dally, '
From Lynchburg, Ralolgli, Aiken, Atlanta,
Montgomery aud Now Orleans 70 a.m.
nnd 7,13 p.m. dally,
From Manassas, btrasbug and Way 10,15 a.
in, dally except Sunday.
From Lei sburg, Round Hill and Points on W.
nnd O, It. H.-8J0 a. m. dally and 3 58 p. ra
cially except Sunday,
ArrUnls nt n. nntl O. Station,
From Bnltlmoro12.13, 6 30,7.30, 8-03, 8 13, 8 30,
8 43, 1000, 10 33, li-oo, 11:15 n. in ; ljso,
2.30, 2 CO. 4 JO, 6:00, 5.J0, 0 33, 75, 8-O0, 8.13,
8 55, 10 55 nml 1105 n in.
From Phllndehhla-.15,lt:13a. m ; 2.30, 3-00,
7.15, 8 45 and 10 53 n m.
From Chicago aud Pittsburg 6 33 a. m. nnd
9.33 p. in.
Fiom Pittsburg, Grafton and Fredcrlok 7rM
p m week daj 9 and on Sunda s from Graf toil
From Cincinnati, St. Louis and Loulsvlllo
. OiOa. in and 1.55 p.m , dally.
From Annapolis 8 JO and 10) a. m.;
1.5Q and 0 35 p. m. On Sundays 10 00
a ra. and 0 33 p. in,
Fiom Galthersburg nnd way 7:10, 11.53 n. m ;
2 55,7 10 and 10.i0 ro, OnSunday 8 00 p.m,
From Washington Junction and way 8 i3,
0J0a.m,;4 03, 41.3and 7.20p.m. On Sun
days 8.i3 a. m.: 4.13 and 7M p ra.
From Boyd's and way 8:20 a. m. week days
only. On Sundays 10 25 n, in.
From Lexington nnd Valley Branch 4,15 p, ro,
On Suudnys from Harper's Ferry only.
From Frederick nnd way 8 J3 a in, dally.
From New York-8.13 11. ra.; 2.30, 5M), 7:15,
D.IQBIlU iV DU U. Ill,
C03IMJ88IOXJHIS OIT lUSEM.
S. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND No
tary Public, 458 La. uyo-i opp, city Hall,
Omice op' thi: commiionkks, his
1 HtCT OP tOLPMlllA.
Prnposnls will bo rcccli ed at this office tin
til li in April 20, for tho tii'ctlnn nnd com
lilctlonofnn addition to tho High School
building. Plans nnd spccll cations may bo
seen nt tho ofllce of tho In pcctnruf llulld
Ings where nil Information r iatlng then to
eniibnhnd, TlioCommlsslonu rescrotliu
right to inject any or all bl Is.
WM. II. WEIin,
SAMUEL E. UIIIIATI.KY,
CIIA8. W. RAYMOND.
PROPOSALS 10RMISCELLANKOUS Sl'P
PLIES. Wah IlrrAnTMENT, April 2, 1K.
Sealed prnposnls (In dnpllcnto) will bo ro
eelved nt tills ofllco until 1 ti'clook 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 In Washing
ton, during tho fiscal year ending Juno To,
1890. Blank forms of proposals, showing tho
Items nnd estimated quantities required, to
gether with Instructions to bidders, will he
furnished on application to this ofllco. Bids
will be considered on each Item separately.
Proposals must bo nddrcsscd to tho under
signed, Indorsed onthooutsldo of thot'incl
nro, "Proposals for Miscellaneous Supplies."
M, II. THORP, Chief Supply Division.
TDROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
WAn DzrAnTMENT, April 2, IR19.
Scaled proposals. In dupHcato. will bo re
ceived nt this ofllco until 1 o'clock p. m ,
WEDNESDAY.May 13,1889, for furnishing Stn
tlonery for tho War Department nnd Its bu
reaus In Washington during tho fiscal yfcar
ending Juno 80, 1800.
Blank forms of proposals, slowing the items
nnd estimated quantities required, together
with circular relating thereto, will bo fur
nished on application to this ofllco.
Bids will bo considered on ench Item sepa
rately. Proposals must bo addressed to tho under
signed, Indorsed on the outside of tho envel
ope, "Proposals for Stationery,"
1M.JI. THOIIP. Chief Supply Division.
Tl 1SCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES.
Wasuinoton, D. O , April .1, 18S0.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo roccUed nt
this Dcp-irtmrnt until SATURDAY, THE
I1TII DAY OF MAY, 1R89, at 12 o'clock noon,
at which tlmo and placo they will bo opened
In tho presenco of bidders or their nuthorlzcd
agents or attornois, for doing tho necessary
painting In tho Department; for winding nnd
keeping tho clocks In repair, nnd for furnish
ing such conl, wood, Ice, carpets, -chairs, cot
ton cloth (for map mounting), soap, closet
paper, matches, dusters, whisk nnd corn
brooms, desk nnd wastopnper baskets, and
forage, as may be ordered during tho fiscal
5 car beginning July 1, 18t9, and ending Juno
Bids aro nlso Invited forthflpurcliaso of tho
wasto paper from tho Postofllco Dopartment,
Money Order Building, Topographer's ofllco
and Mnrlnl's Hall.
Blanks for proposals, with specifications
giving detailed statement of the requirements
lobo met In respect to each nrtlclo, and also
tho estimated quantities probably to bo re
quired of each, and giving fnll Instructions ns
to the manner of bidding nndconditlons to bo
observed by bidders, will bo furnished on np
pllcatlon to tho Superintendent and Disburs
ing Cleik, l'ostofllco Department, Washing
ton, D C.
The rnstmastcr General roservestho right
to reject any or all bids, to walvo technical
defects, and to accept any part of any bid
nnd reject the other part.
Cor. 20th St. and Pa. Avo. H. W.,
Is offering Special Bargains in DRY
Bcantlful lines of spring shades In Cash
meres, Henriettas. Serges, Cnsslmeros,
Ladles' Cloths, Silk nnd Wool Mixtures,
Chnllles, I rench nnd American Sateens; also
n large lino ot Dress Goods from li to 25o,;
GlLghams at 8, 10 and 12o.
A beautiful lino of Scotch Zcphvrt at 23o.
Full lino of Sun Umbrellas and Parasols.
CO dozen Gent's Linen Collars at $1 50 per
dozen, w orth $3.
Great bargain in a full Regular Half Hoso
at 25o. Past blacks.
Our Misses' Hoso In fast blacks at Mo. con
not be beaten.
Kid and Silk Gloves In great variety and
ery low figures.
Lnrgo stock of Ladles' and Gent's Under
wear to bo closed out. Table Damasks,
Towels and Napkins a specialty.
Our Ladles', Gent's and Children's Rubber
Goods w arrantcd to glvo satisfaction.
One caso 4-4 Bleached Cottons at 8c. worth
Ono caso Indgo Bluo Calicos at CJo , worth
Tho largest lino of Mourning Dress Goods
wo have had for years, at extremely low
All shades In Stripes nnd Plain Surah bilks
for trimmings ut 75c, and $1,
Cor, 20th st. nnd l'n. nc. n. w.
S. S. SHEDD & BR0
Lawn Vases and Settees.
ECONOMY GAS RANGES
For Summer Cooking.
PLUMBING, TINNING AND FURNACE
WORK DONE PROMITLY.
439 Ninth St. N. W.
J lO TISI.S AXJ JlVSTAUllAXTS,
HAltniS HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN
$i 60 and $3 per day; Pa. avo , bet. 13th
and 14th streets; special rates to partlos and
Comer 15th and I streets northwest,
Opposite MoPberson Square,
II. M. CAKE.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo made for
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo
WILLARD nOTEL, .
WASUINOTON, D. O.
O. O. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House,
1401 N. Y. AVE., COR. HTn ST.
Permanent and transient guests accommoda
ted. Modern Improvements.
Cars to all parts of tho city pass the door.
MRS. M. J. COLLEY, Proprietress.
WASHINGTON. D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters,
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TERMS-$3.00 and $1.00 Per Day,
J. A QUILT AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
T, E. ROESSLE,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAS1KS II. HltKSLIN, Proprietor.
T. JAMliS 1IOT15L,
K8IXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBURY. Proprietor.
VY WASHINGTON, D, C.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past su'nmcr a now addition
bos been crcctid containing the roost luxu
rious restaurant rooms In tba city.
no!20-Om TH. FELTKR.Prop.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
311 Klglith St. N. W near Pit. Avo.
Orders or rcquosts tor quotations given
personal attention, and satisfaction guaran
teed In price and quality.
J.L. WlLLXTT. S. H. awTNNE.
Vermont nve, nml I, st. u, w.
Choice Groceries, Moats and Provisions,
The Best Uoods at the Lowest Prices.
avctiox n n.rs,
Nt ANSON BROS., Aiisllonecrs.
T Itl'STEES HALF. OF BRICK HOI'SI! AND
LOT, SITUATE!) ON Ellllllll HIKKI'.I'
MH'TIIEAKT, 1IKI.SU HOUSE No. 1101
IlyMrtuoof ndeciiof trust duly recorded
In liber Nn. 1 Tli, folio -IT I, ot m , ono of l'io
land lrconls of tho District of Columbia, I
will sell In front nf the promlcs, on Tilt IIS-
HAY, THE SECOND DAY OP MAY. A I),
lKMI.nt HAM' PAST PIVI! P. M.tliO follow-
Ing-dcsxrlbed real estate, sllnalo In tho Lily
nf Washington, District uf Columbia, to wit:
Part of squaro numbered nlno hundred and 1
iinriy. ueginning on l-,igillll sircci coiiu enst
forty feet south ot I ho nort hwest corner of snld
square and running thenen south along tho
line of said strccttnenty eight (it) fcot six (0)
Inches; thence enst Beytntyflvo (73) feet!
Ihenco north twenty tight (.) feet six (H)
Inches, nnd theneo west so cnty flvo (75) fc 1 1
to tho placo of beginning, together with nil
tho Impnncments, wnys, casements, rights,
privileges, hereditaments nml appurtenances
to tlio sumo belonging or In any wlsnapp"r
tabling, Sold subject ton deed nt trust of
$i,000and Interest nt Opcr cent, from Feb
ruary 13, 168V. Trust noto maturing February
Terms. lOver nnd nhnvn U.0O0nnd Interest.
from 1-cbniary n,l8,)l,nt0pcrccnt.,)CA8II
A deposit of $JX)at time of sale: convoynno
Terms to lie
mllcil Willi n ten ilnvs. ntherw so tJii-
t rusteo reserves tlio right to rest 11 at risk and
cost of defaulting purchaser after llvodas'
publlo notlcoof sueh resale In somonews
paper pumisucu in wasniiiginn, 11. t-.
O. C. GREEN, Trustee.
EOROK W. KTICKNEY, Auctioneer,
TRUSTEES' HALE OP VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED PROPERTY FRONTING 1.1(1
FEP.T ON HAREWOOI) AVENUE, I.E
DROITPARK. By lrtuo of n certain deed of trust, dated
September 1 1K87, and recorded In llbcr No.
1,270, folio 403 ct. scq , ono of tho bind records
for tho District of Columbia, and nt the ro
quest of tho party secured thereby, wo will
ofTer for sale. In front of tho premises, on
SATURDAY, THE 4TII DAY OF MAY, 18m,
nt 5 o'clock p. m., tho following described
property situate In tho County of Washing
Ion, D. C, to wit: Allot lots numbered ono
(l) and two is), In blook numberod ten (10), of
the subdivision of land known af'Lo Droit
Terms of solo: All cash, subject ton dooil
of trust now on tho property to secure the
sum of $2,500, payablo llirco years fiom Sep
tember 15, 1087. Interest nt six per centum
per annum, payablo semi annually. A do
posit of $100 will bo required at tlmo of sale.
All conveyancing nnd recording nt pur
chaser's cost. Terms of sale to bo compiled
with In llftccn dnys from dny of salo.
JAMES II. MARH,IT .
JOHN T. ARMS. Trustees.
TUNCANSON BROS Auctioneers.
ASSIGNEE'S SALEOP LARGE STOCK OF
Il.Ni: SHOES FOR LADIES, MEN AND
By virtue of a deed of assignment to me, 1
wlll.on THURSDAY MORNING, MAY SEC
OND, AT F.LEVEN O'CLOCK, sell at publlo
auction, nt tho auction rooms of Duncanson
Bros., Ninth and I) sts. n. w., A FULL AS
SORTMENT OF riNE SHOES, to which salo
tho attention of tho trndo nnd prlrnto biiytrs
Is Invited. EUGENE F. ARNOLD,
Asslgneo of Q. S. Arnold.
rnmisTKES'HAi.n op brick houses and
JL LOTS ON CORNER FOUR-AND-A-HALF
STREET AM)N STREET; LOTON AL
LEY BE1 WEEN THIRD AND FOUR-AND-A-HALF
ANDM AND N hTREETS,
AND LOTON FIRST STREET WEST,
BETWEEN P AND Q STRKE1S SOU 1 II
WEhT. Br virtue of n ileerco of tho Sunremo Court
of tlio District of Columbia, passed In equity
cnusoNo. 1130.1, WE, ns trustees appointed
In said ennso, will offer for saloon TUES
DAY, MAY SEVENTH. A. I). l&iO, nt tho
hours and plntcs named hereinafter, tho fol
lowing demrlbid pieces nnd tmreols of land
and premises In tho city of Washington, Dis
trict of Columbia:
AT FIVE O'CI OCK T. M , In front of tho
premises, tho west ono hundred and fifteen
(115) feet by the width of tholot,twcnty-Uo
feet, of Lot ono (1), In square tlvo hundred
nml forty the, ImproMMl by Brick Dwelling
and Store. 41 nnd N streets southwest.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER, the west ono hun
dred and fifteen (115) feet by tho width of tho
Lot twenty tho feet, of Lot two. In squaro
flvo hundred and forty rive, Improvid by
Brick Dwelling, on 41 sticct, between M and
N streets southwest.
IMMEDIATELY A1TER, tho north thirty
ftct In depth by tho width of tlio Lot of Lot
sixty sevi n, In squaro tlvo hundred and forty
five, situated In alloy, between 3d nnd 4 and
MandN streets southwest, unimproved.
At SIX O 'CLUCK I'. .M , BA.Mi; Ah 1 lilt-
NOON, In front of the premises, the north halt
of lot 0, In square numberod six hundred and
fifty six (05ti, situated on 1st street, between
P and Q streets s. w., tinlmprat ed.
Terms of snlo One third cash, tho balance
In two equal Installments, payablo In one and
twojears thoroaftei, rcspecthely; notes to
be given bearing Interest, nnd to bo secured
by deed or deeds of trust on tho property
sold or all cash, at tho option of tho purchaser
or purchasers. A dciwslt of $100 on each
piece sold at tho tlmo of sale; convcjanelng,
i&c, at purchast r's cost.
HENRY WISE O VHNETT.
410 3th Bt. n. w,
S. T. THOMAS,
4) and Louisiana ave.
DUNCANSON BROS . Auctioneers.
c o vxTit v 11 r.A j. j:s t. t ti:.
I.iuu sai.i; ii), acres in i-uirinx uoumy,
: Vn.;fO acres in wood; ImproMxl bya5
room frame house, bam, .to,, 7 miles from
Washington, D. C. There is soapstone and
easy of access this farm offers many Induce
ments, either for farming or working its min
241 at ro In Charles County, Mil., Improved
by a splendid brick mansion, bam, stable,
Ac , all In tlrst-class condition; land good
nnd will glow any kind of crop; prlco, $1,000.
JoO ncrcs near Orango County, Va., Im
moved by an elegant bilck mansion and
known as Frascatl. This superb estate Is In
pcrft.ct condition, all tho outbuildings In first
class order and many of them new; prlco,
23 acres on the II. Jfc O. II It., 2 miles out.
This land Is suitable for subdivision.
50 ncrcs on the 7th Bt. road near Forest
Glen and adjoins tho new subdl lslon ut that
point. This land will be Bold cheap. For
further particulars call or address
THOMAb E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F St.
LOOKING FOR LEE.
An Ollendor Who Deceived the Court
nntl l'alletl to Appear as Ho 1'romtsctl,
Somo tlmo ago Win. Leo, an cx-pollce-man
of this city, was acquitted ot tho chargo
of bigamy and pleaded guilty to the chargo
of false pretenses In obtaining a loan from
a joung man whom he promised to mako
chemist to tho Corcan Legation. IIo was
then 11 pltlablo eight. IIo wore dark
glasses and Kept up a constant trembling,
his head moving continually as If on springs.
Ho told tho Court that ho had employment
nt tho Nnvy-Yard, and mado every promlso
of good beha lor In tho future. -Tho Judge
was moved to pity, and decided to glvo him
atrial. Ho was released on his personal
recognizance to appear for sentence, but
when tho date for sentence enmu bo didn't
appear. Tho officers couldn't flud him, but
It was learned that after ho got out of the
court-room lie recovered from his palsy
with wonderful rapidity; also that ho had
no employment at the Navy-Yard and no
prospects of any. Mr. Leo will probablj
get a good long sentence If tho officers catch
rinlf l'ure to New York
Kxcursion tickets Washington to New
York ami return at 0110 faro for round trip
will bo sold for all II. fi O. trains Apill
27th to SOth, and for trains leading Wash
ington, 8 a. 111., May, All tickets good
returning until May 0, InclusUe.
Annual .11 uy I'vstltnl.
The Young l'coplo's Union of tho Church
of Our Father will hold Its annual May
fcsthal nt tho church, corner Thirteenth
and L streets northwest, Ihureday and Fri
day of next week, tho proceeds of which
are expect oil to pay off tho balance of
at out &?U0 duo on tho grand piano pur
chased by them for tho church about a 5 car
ago. As Is their custom, only ten cents for
admission each evening will bo charged,
and splendid programmes aro piomiscd,
an entire change on Friday night, Thurs
day night a particularly good musical and
literary programmo will bo given, and
"Lord Ullln's Daughter," the famous llnr
nrd College vcrelun, noer bofore rendered
In Washington. Friday night, "AcKlaud."
Lord 1)0) lo will exhibit his side splitting
"Hunioroinctcr," also tho II ret exhibition
in this city, Von Iloylo Is u great favorite
at Chatauqiia, aud brings the highest testi
monials from Postmaster-General Wami
niakcr, Bishops Vincent nnd Newman and
many others. The church will bo tlabo-
luillj uiiuttuvu, urn .unnuiiiiua, ilium,
honie-mado caudles, elegant no cities of
paper and of fancy work will bo on sale In
tiiecnurcu pariors 111 popular prices, aim
It Is anticipated that the audiences will bo
so delighted with tho cutcitaliinient fur
nished that they will generously patronize
the nrIou8 booth
Atlvlco to Mothers.
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Sirup shoulil
alwajs boused for chlldnn teething. It
Boothcs the child softens tho gums, allaj s
all pain, cures wind colic, and It Is tho best
remedy for ellarrhcca. iiic, a bQUle,
NEV POLICE PRECINCTS.
The Ilountlnrlrs ns llo-Arrnngetl by tlio
On the recommendation of Major of Po
lice Moore the District Commissioners have
rc-arrangcd tho boundaries of tho pollco
Mrst Precinct Hi Kliinlnp nt tho north
west corner of 11 6trect Bouth nnd Hovenlli
street west; theneo north along Seventh
street to K street north', theneo west nlonu
K street to Fifteenth street west, theneo
south nloiiR fifteenth street, Vermont avo
nuo, Fifteenth street and Kxccutlvo avenue,
llirougli'tho White Homo grounds, follow
ing tlio semicircle to tho north center of the
cllpse: theneo due south by nn Imaginary
linn ilhlillng tho cllpse, crossing I) street
nottli through the .Monument grounds,
forming a right anglo with II street; thence
to tlio place of beginning.
Second Precinct Beginning; nt tlio north
west comer of K Btrtet north und Firs'
street cast, thence north along First street
to IlOuiidarj: theneo northwest along
Boundary to It .street north: theneo nlong
It sticct to Fifteenth street west; thence
south along Fifteenth street to K street
north; tlicncu to tlio point ot beginning.
Third Precinct Beginning at the north
west comer of II street south, wltlianlinag
Innry lino running duo north across Ilstrco
north, through the centre of tlio elllpso In
the executive grounds to tho scmt-circlo In
closing tho Excciitlto mansion: theneo cast
anil north through the Kxccutlvo nventio to
tho west of tho United States Treisury;
thenca duo north atuug Fifteenth
Blrect, Vermont avenue) and Fif
teenth street west to It street
north: thence vcst along H street to tlio
Boundary; theneo southwest nlong Bound
ary to tho Intersection of Twenty-second
street west and Massachusetts uvonuc;
thence south to 1' street north; thence west
to Hock Creek: theneo southerly along
Hock Creek to the l'otomao River; theneo
castw ard along tlio north bank of thei Poto
mac Hirer to tho lino of II street south;
thence to the point of beginning.
Fourth Precinct lleglnlng nt tho Ana
coitfa rl cr In the contro of south Capitol
street; thence running north to the Capitol;
thence from tho east centre of tho Capitol,
following an Imaginary lino through tho
centre of the Botanical Gardens, crossing
Third Btrcct, through tho public square,
crossing Fotir-nnd-a half street, through
the public square, crossing Sixth street,
through Armory squaro to Sovcuth street
west; theneo south nlong Seventh stroct to
II Btrcct sou lb; theneo west along fl street
to tho river; thcuco along I he north bank
of the Fotomic nnd Anacostla rivers to tho
placo of lit ginning.
Fifth Precinct That part of tho District
of Columbia outside of tlio cities of Wash
ington ami Georgetown, situated east of
tho west bank of the Amcostla River, and
that part of tho city ot Washington bounded
by a lino commencing at tho Interception
of the cutlro Hue of l.ast Capitol streot by
Anacostla River; thence along Kast Capitol
street to tho Capitol; theneo Bouth by way
of bouth Capitol street to the Anncostln
river; thence by way of the north bunk of
said river to the placo of beginning.
Sixth Precinct Beginning at tlio centra
of Fast Capitol street; theuce north nlong
First street cast to K street noitli; theneo
along K street to Seventh street west;
thence south along Seventh streot to an Im
aginary lino Intercepting road dividing
Armory Squarer thence following an Im
aglnarj Hue through Armory Square crose
ing Sixth street 11 est; thence through public
garden crossing Third and Foui-and-a-half
ttriets west; theneo In a direct Hue to tho
placo of beginning.
8Cchtli Precinct That part of the Dis
trict of Columbia lying west of Hock
Ighlh rrccluct Beginning at tho west
end of Hennlng's Bridge; thence north
easterly along tho right bank of the Ana
costla Klver'to tho uoundary lino of tho
Dletiict of Columbia; theneo along said
boundary lino to Rock Creek; thence along
Rock Cicck to P street north: theneo north
along Boundary street to It street north;
theneo along R street to Boundary street;
thence along Boundary street to Fifteenth
street cast;' thence to the point of begin
ning'. Ninth Precinct Bounded by a Hue com
mencing nt tho Interception of tho ccutro
line of East Capitol street by Anacostla
River; theneo west nlong East Capitol
street to First stroct cast; theneo north
nlong First Btrcct to Boundary street;
theneo southeast along Boundary street U
Fifteenth street cast; theneo along Man
ning's road to Anacostla River; theneo to
the place of beginning. '
AN ACRE OF TEETH.
A Strange Sight Witnessed by 11
. ntlclpmu Inquirer Iteporlel.
"Come with me," said Adam Forepaugh,
jr., the joung manager ot tho Forepaugh
Wild West aggregation to an Inquirer
Ecrlbe at Koreiiaugh'a Park, jc6tcrday af
ternoon; "did joti over oce an aero of
tcethl No? Then I will fhow jou one
jes, two acres, almost a llvo-acro lot."
Then Mr. Forepaugh led tho way up the
track which surrounds thelwo rings and
platform In tho circus tent. Tho perform
ance was going on, nnd the two clowns,
ono made up as a donkey, wcro golug
through their really comic maneuvers
nnd imitations of the Blondlu horso. In
teresting as this bit of pantomime was, It
could not compare for plcturcsqucncss
with tho scene presented on the other Bide
of tho ring. There, stretched out upon the
hillside of scats was the oft-hcard-of "sea
of faces." Always rather startling to ono
who beholds It for tho first time, this ocean
of countenances, sparkling with thousands
of ejesand looklug so white by contrast
with the darker shades of clothing and tho
soot-stalncd canvas, now took on an aspect
doubly etrango. In each faco there ap
peared to bo a still whiter streak, a hori
zontal lino which seemed almost to glitter.
"There," exclaimed joung Forepaugh,
"look at that for halt an acre of teeth."
, I.ydln Thompson.
Ljilla Thompson and her own new grand
English Burlcsquo Company will appear nt
tho New National Theatre next week, pro
ducing tho first of tho week, "Penelopo," a
satirical burlesque by Stephens aud Solo
mon. Tho action of the piece takes place
In Greece during tho Spartan Era, and has
been mado famous by I ope In his translation
of Homer's Iliad. Tho latter halt ot tho
week will be devoted to tho production of
tho new historical burlesque "Columbus,"
by George Dance and A. D. Gordon. No
burlesque organization ot tho present day,
nor Indeed of former jears, has attained
Buch popularity as tho Lydla Thompson
Company, which embraces tho leading bur
lesqucrs of tho English stage. The mount
ing of the pieces In costumes and scenery
Is asserted to bo beautiful. Miss Thomp
son has In tbceo two new pieces excelled
herself, both as a producer and a per
former, and has as support such artists as
Mar 0 Wl ams. Aula Jcnoure. LI 1 0 All s-
ton, Lillian Walters, Florence Brandon,
Koto Ncwham, Mtlllu Marlon, Louis Kelle
her, Charles Horace Kenny. Harry Starr
nnd a numerous chorus, making an tiiscm
bloucer beforo seen on the American
A Cull to l!o. Dr. John S. Llmlsny.
ltov. Dr. John S, Lindsay, for tho past
3 ear and n-half lector ot St. John's Episco
pal Church, Bridgeport, Conn., and form
erly rector of St. John's of Ucorgctown,
has been chose 11 rettor of Ht. Paul's Church,
Boston, and it is understood will accept.
Dr. Lindsay Is a Virginian, a graduate of
llllam and Mary College, being for two
5 ears Chaplain of the House of ltcprcsentn
this. Dr. Lindsay Is now lsltlug In Bos
ton, and tho icstryof St. Paul's think ho
would bo tho best man posslblo to succeed
Dr. Courtnej, lately translated to ho Bishop
of Noa Scotia
l'erjur to bo hmurely Punished.
Judge lliadley shows a disposition to ileal
with tho utmost severity with perjurers,
and this morning sentenced John Butler,
comlcttd of perjury while swearing In tho
denfeusoof John ouiig, charged with as
fault, to five j ears at Albany. Tho Jildgu
remarked that severity was nccossuij In
oulcr to deter others from similar conduct
A clergyman, after jears of suffering
from that loathsomo dlscaso, Catarth, and
nM trjlngcur) Known leincdy, at last
fouud a rccipo which completely cured and
saved him from death. Any suftoror from
this dreadful dlieasoscndlng a self-addressed
stamped envclopo to Professor J, A, Law
rence, S8 Warren streot, Now York City,
will recc-hio tho rccipo frco of charge.
Arrival of nn lea Schooner.
The largo four-mast schooucr 0. D.
Church has arrived at this port. She was
only ono week on her trip from the Ken
uebco HIver. 8ho has a cargo of 1C0 tor U10
Indepeaaeut Ice Company,
MR. MORTON'S ESCAPE.
Tlio Accident Which llcf1I tlio Vice.
As slnlcil In yesterday's Ciiitio Vice
President Morton's train was shaken iii
considerably at Boltlinoro yesterday, whlln
ho was on his way to Now York. It occurred
nt tho "Y," which Is mndo by tho trucks
that Irnd by Locust Point toward Phila
delphia and thoso thai lead to Washington.
Tho Philadelphia express, til awn by engine
No. 7.W, left Camden Station at llWO with
two baggago cars, three passenger coaches
and the private car Ananlha, which con
tained Vice-President .Morton and a party.
Coming In was the trnln from Philadelphia,
drawn by cnglno No. 805, nnd luivliig on
board many Odd Fellows from Philadelphia.
Engineer Akcrs of this trnln tells tho
story of tho collision ns follows: "Wc wcro
to cut looso tho rear ear for llaltlmoro nt
the cast end of tho 'Y' to go to Washington
I was looking back when wc approached
the 'Y.' As soon ns tho last car was" cut
loono I looked ahead and saw that tho
targets wcro wrong. They were all right
for the train coming nut of Cuindcn station
to go onto Philadelphia, but tho switch ns
placed would shoot us Into Ctindcn station
whin wo wanted to keep on tlio Washington
trnck. Beforo I could stop tho train the
other train rushed around tho curvo nnd
was onto us. Engineer MUbourno and
Fireman Johu J. Wn8, tho regular crew of
tho engine I wits piloting, Jumped, but I
remained. The crash was terrible, out not
ns lad as It would havo been had wo been
going faster. Wc hnd slacked up to cut off
our rear car, aud were running slowly. It
was probably a good thing that tlio switch
was wiong, for hadwo gone off .ill right on
our track the other engine might Invc
smashed right Into the passenger tars."
Both engineers say that tho accident was
due to wrong signals. Tlio locomotive
were crushed Indiana another nnd engine
No. S01 left tlio truck. The first biggugo
car of the train on which Vice-President
.Morton was a passenger telescoped tlio see
nnd, going almost half way through it.
The two cars left the track. Tho front pi it
form of the first baggage cur was nlso iMdly
damaged. The front of both engines wcro
smashed In. The passengers In both trains
were thrown from their scats, Tlio train
from Philadelphia was dnmngtd but little,
the engine and tender being the only paitt
rccth Ing Injury.
The occupant s of Vice-President Morton's
car got their share of tlio shaking up, but
they escaped without injury. Tho enr was
coupled to another engine ami. taken to
Tho Injured are ns follows: Engineer
Martin L. Mllbouruc, compound fracture of
the right leg, caused by Jumping; Engineer
William AKcrs, Injuries oil tho breast, not
serious; Henry Smith, baggago master,
bruised and hurt about tho arms; William
Fowler, now sbny, head cut.
Vice-President Morton, Mrs. Forakerand
Got emor Forakcr's start reached New York
city early last evening. Mr. Morton t.M
that notmui.li alarm had been caused among
tho passengers by the accident. Tlio train
was well filled, and somo of those aboard
were thrown from their scats, but all
escaped uninjured. So far as ho had lo irned
tho engineer of the other trnln was thi only
person who was hurt, aud ho had Juiipcd
from his engine.
AMUUOll'S "THE CAVALIDll."
The attraction nt Albaugh's Opera Ilousn
next week will be the recent Now York and
Boston success, "Tho Cavalier," with tho
talented joung character actor, Mr. Henry
Lee, and a strong cast. Including Johu
Ellslcr, Horace Vinton, E. A. McDowell,
Franz Relnnu, Dan I.eeson, William Lee,
Charles F, Tlngav. Mliiulu acllgman nnd
Mabel Jordan, "llie Cavalier" was written
by Adolpho d'Ennery, tho famous French
author, w ho also wi ote "Tho Two Orphans,"
"A Celebrated Case" and other popular
dramas. "Tho Cavalier" abounds In start
ling situations and thrilling climaxes, and
Its action Is animated and full of clean,
wholesomo comedy. Tho piny will be beau
tifully staged and mounted. Tho original
cast, the same magnificent costumes, elabo
rate scenery, and In fact, every detail that
characterized its successful production at
i'aimcr'6 ineairc, ew rorK city, ami its
later presentation nt the Hollls-street The
atre, Boston, will be employed for this en
gagement. iiaiiiiih' nuou Tni'ATnn.
Two bright dramatic cclebrliles,Mr.Martlii
ITnjtlcn and Miss Eugenie Bcssercr, will be
the attraction nt the Bijou next weok, In
Mr. Haj den's popular piny, "Held In
Slavery," which heretofore has borne tho
title of "A Boy Hero," and which has been
revivified and rewritten. Mr. Haydcn de
lineates tlio leading role of Julian, a joung
sailor, whllo tho opposite part of Jennie Ln.
Jtoclie is taken by Miss Besecrcr. The play
abouuds In strong sensationalism. In ad
dition to the regular cast a corns of Ju
bilee singers and dancers will bo intro
duced. KEIINAN'S "OIVOElt BVM'S."
Next Monday ut Kernan's will appear
Richard Huuio and his own company of
comedians In "Ginger Snaps," a razzle
dazzle ot rollicking, recking merriment.
It Is a play bubbling ocrwith song and
laughtct', exciting situations, bright, crisp
dialogue und Is picscutcd for dyspeptla,
despondency and the blues. Ono of tho
features is a German band placing "God
Savotho Queen," atnn Irish plcuic. It
guarantees eight laughs a minute.
Tho National Burlesque Specialty Co Is
the attraction ut tho Globo Teatro for next
week. It Includes, besides the specialties,
a sensational first part, and concludes with
"Yum Yura's Mash."
Admission, 10, 'it)
and SO cents.
The Battlo of Bull Run Is once more es
tablished in tho Cyeloraraa building, at
Fifteenth street and Ohio avenue, and It Is,
as formerly, one of the attractive features
of tho city. Open from 0 a. in, to 10 p. in.
Will demonstrate that our values cannot
bo approached by any other houso In the
city, Hac jou examined the child's suits
wo aro selling ut 2 50? Elseman Bros,,
Seventh and E, llojs'nnd Children's De
partment. Dcr human life vas HKea shprlug;
ShU6t keep der fountain clear
Mlt Durkleh llushun Baths, mine frendts,
In all zcasons off dcr year;
Und pain, disease, und seekucss, too,
Aay from you vlll Hoc,
Off jou dakc jour Durklsh and Hushuu
Baths at 1J2U G.
Illesslngs or I'm erty.
Jinks Do jou suppose a man with a
famllj can lle on a dollar a day and be a
Blinks Of course. He cau't afford to
bo an) thing etc. N. Y. Weekly,
IS a blood disease. Until tho poison Is
expelled from thosyatoni, there can
bo no euro for thrT loathsome nntl
dangerous malady. Therefore, tho only
cflcctlvo treatment is a thorough courso
of Aycr's Sarsnpnrlllo tho best of all
blood purifiers. Tlio sooner jou begin
the better ; delay is dangerous.
" I was troubled with catarrh for o cr
twojears. I tried 'nrlous remedies,
and was treated by a number of physi
cians, hut received no bonollt until I
began to tako Ajer's Sarsaparilln. A.
few bottles ot this medlclno cured mo of
this troublesome complaint and com
pletely restored my henlth." Jcsso M.
Dogge, Iloltuan's Mills, N, C.
"When Aycr's Snrsnparllla was rec
ommended to 1110 for catarrh, I was In
clined to douot Its efficacy Having
tried so many remedies, with little bon
ollt, I hud no faith that anj thing would
cure me. I bocaino cninclatod from loan
of appctlto nnd impaired digestion, I
had nearly lost tho sense of smell, and
my sjsteiu was badly deranged. I was
about dlscomagcd, when n friend titgctl
1110 to try Aycr's Sarsaparilln, and re
ferred me to persons whom It had cured
of catarrh. After taking hall n dozen
Lotties ot this tncdiclno, 1 11111 comimiil
that tho only suro way of troating thli
obstinate dlscaso is through the blood "
Charles II. Malonoy, 113 Ilhcr st ,
Dr. J. C. Ayor it. Co. Lowell, Mats,
1'rUc $1 six bottles, 5. WvHn i bUI. ,