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.TITO! WA8Hiy GTON' CfllTIO; TTfnRSDAT EVENlJfGr, M!AY 2, 1880.
JtcsH Kr.iitAr, sAvistis and iii'ilKinii
JJKW 231) IbSUF. or KTOCK.
The MoVs for subscription to stock In tlio
new 23d lsuo of llin Hcrful Havings and lltilld
ln Association nro now open and dnos can bo
raid on the came any day from a o'clock n m.
to 4.30 o'clock i. n at Ifio-onirn of the Ncero
tary nnd Treasnrt-r, .lohn A. rroscott, KoIIoks
Hullillnir.No, 141H I'street northwest. Shares
are $1 each. cornmenrltiK with May and pAy1
able monthly thereafter. Tlio I mi Isiuo of
stock wan the UrgoU tlio "Hcrlal" has mado,
I nnd the presentonp.lt Is expected, Will hnns
i large. It not larger, 'fho business of the
"Serial" for the past rear ha been exception
ally prosperous. Nobettoropportiinltycould
lie offered for Investment of monthly nlwr
wharo Interest at tlio into of I) per cent, per
iinnnm I promised nnd nlway paid.
ltOllUKTU. CAMI'IIKIX, l'rcldent,
1117 loth street n.w.
14111 Put. 1). w.
Ksr-i). 8. gonitis X to..
:x' 513 Oth st. u. w.
FINE fcTATIONKdV.- ENVKLOl'ES AND
Jloniifactnrcrs' Agents for Taper Iloxes.
PAl'KIl AND I'fllKTCIlS' 8U1TL1K.S,
rVUi MOCK OP NEW ST VMM
' Can btli-ecn at'
V. X. MUDDIMAN'S; '
120(1 STltKTET NOItTIIWEsT.
THE LOWEfiT PIUUEH .(IIJAJI.CJTEKD. .
NEW flASCOOKISO IIANriEl -
Tlio Hcst for' tho Price
KEfT'TANNEn'S . STKNOOnAPHfC AND
Conducted Personally by
(Lato Chief (Stenographer, New York Stato
I.egllnttiro and Supremo Court.)
No 1315 1' street (Hun llulldlng).
Eipert Short-hand and Type-wrltlncWork,
tncludlne foreign languages, solicited at tho
usual rate. STUDENT-Jln Short-hand and
Type-writing received at imy time. Stenog
raphers furnhhed business mon. Circulars.
Telephono Call. 1177-!!.
3ff"TnE Washington AnoniTErrr
s UltAL IHON AND BRIDGE WOHKH,
EDWAIID L. DENT, M. E
The best faclllllosln tho city for all kinds
of Iron work,
Steel Ileams, Angles, etc.. always In stock.
Flno Ornamental Out and Wrought-Iron
Work a specialty.
Repairs and general machlno work dono In
the best mariner and at short notice.
Bolo Licensees In tho District of Columbia
for tho "aoctz-Mltoholt" system of Beam
Anchors and Potectors.
Works: Cor. 33d and Water StrcotsjTclo
Office: 1413 O Ktrcetn. w.! Telephone, 153-2.
Washington. D. 0.
KST-THE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
' of WashlngtonD. C, nil Y St. n. w
Receives Deposits, Loans Monoy, Issues
Drafts, Trnnstots a Oenoral Banking Busi
ness. Location central, and convenient. V
Btrect cars and hcrdlcs run In" front of oar
door; Oth street cars rnn a fow rods oast of
our building; 7th street and 11th stroot cars
only two blocks away; II street and Pa. avo.
cars only thrco blocks nway. II. II. WAItNEIt,
President; A. T. DllITTON, VIco-Prosldent;
E. H. r.HKElt. Cashier. Directors; Chas. B.
Bailey, Wm, K. Barkor, Alex. T. Brltton.
Cboj. C. Duncanson, Jolrn Joy Edson, Albert
P. Fox, John E. Ilcrrlll, BeuJ. F, Lelghton,
Hnch McCnltocli, Crosby a Noyes. 51. M.
Parker. O. O. Staples, Ocorco Trnosdell,
Henry K.WIllard.B. II. Warner.
as' Being requisite to hoalthful, exor
cise, thousands of well-known personages
Visit DR. WHITE'S establishment, 1410 Penn
yrranla avenue, opposite WUIard'a Hotel, for
relief from corns, bunions, dlsoased nails and
all diseases of the leet. Dr. White's twenty
ninth year of practice Is Washington, D. 0.
Office fee, tl a sitting
Confectionery, Pnro .Candles, .Cakes, Jles,
Huts: Foreign and Domestic Knilts. at
"u",x k OEOltQK W. WEIDMAN'S,
303 Pa. aye, i. o.
KSSfKINOSLEY BROS.' CREASIERY CO.
as' Standard Cash Prlcos
For onr unequalled dairy products delivered
by our Aldcmey (lato wurd's) wagons.
Tho best puro sweet milk, per qt 8o
" " cream " Slo
" " buttermilk, per qt 4o
" " sklmmtlk, perqt....... 4o
K. B. Creamery Print Butterbur own mako,
the best and purest,4 6o, per pound.
Twenty-Bl 4-cent tickets for $1 can bo ob
tained from our wagons or at office, K3 and
631 D streetnorthwest.
KBST-THOSE WHO DESIRE COMFORT IN
x hot weather place their order for
Shirts early In spring, so call on P. T. HALL,
808 y St. n. w., shirt maker and furnisher.
KSr-PHILLIl'S, LAMAll A ZAOUUT,
Bun Building, ... 13111 F street
KBBrrSODTHKRN ' INVESTMENTS IN
vzx. . CoaL Iron and Timber Lands.
A. E, HANDLE begs to call tho special at
tention of persons desiring to acquire aaoa
ropeity In large or small tracts at the Tory
iwest prices, Full particulars on applloa-IIob.-
Address 003 7th at. n. w.. Washing
ton. P. 0. i s
K-LADIES I LADIES I LADIES I
$Z3& Mrs. McCaOortT Is the only hat
and bonnet-frame manufacturer la the city.
Call and see her new shapes. BIcaqhlng and
pressing. Btraw ana rouuau altered to
theTlatest styles. Orders promptly attended
to. 1000 a street n!w.-
ArftyrffrUfnrfr Mil lad,Jour Unitor
lut, 85 (inttfor on4 Inttrtlon; 50 cmti for Ihrtt.
V southcni exposure; 8-room brick; a per
fect Uttlo gem; rent moderate to rcllaulo
rarty. Address HELIA1ILE, Crltlo ulllcc.
1701 It 1 avo n w, 17 r S08 si
1413 Mass avo, li rs UOO 00
14COMa8SUVon w ICO C7
isssMstn w.isrs..., ,.... las oo
im6Nstnw,l5rs a cc
1780 Mass avo, 17 rs I'M 00
Pstnw, )3r loo
1700 isth st n w, 10 rs no 67
H25l0thstnw, 15 rs 115 00
1625 Mass avo, 13 rs 100 oo
1W1 Btougbton st, 11 rs Kl 33
1KB I st n w, is r Hiai
ihoo 14th it n w, l)rs, and store. 81 31
1018 sist st n w. li rs urn
I(i09 B st n w. w h moo
615 lh st U w, 13 rs 75 00
132) Qst nw.il rs 75 00
tOSEstnw, 11 r 75 00
K3 O st n jv, 11 rs, and stublo.,, 70 OC
1W1 1 st n w, 9 rs uco
14l5Nstn w.llrs 03 OO
KM mh st n w, store and dwg to OO
144BNstnw, 10 r 53 00
1911Netnw,H rs..., 50 00
170HM1stnw,7rs,,l 43 00
lie) uih st n w, o rs,.., 4100
153C Pierce l'lacn, 10 r 4 J 00
1801 Q st n w, 0 rs . 50 00
miOonn. tiui, 10m 4000
S410 I4tb st n w, 10 r . 40 po
1406 Chnpln st. 9rs.., 40 00
1330 Itlggs st n w, 6 rs , 35 00
13331tlggsstnw,0r 33 00
1334 HlggSSt.Ors..., 35 00
1KW Kith st II w,6rs 30 00
15S4 Kth st n w, B rs S3 oo
1507 Carollno st, 7 rs 5 00
C28 1st St S W, U rs ) 15 00
lkttiv,0 rs 15 00
Tho nbovo nouses can be examined by per
mit from our onico only.
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO..
13-H F tt n w.
Mitttlist.isrs , 3100 00
s.7 Iowa Circle. 14 rs M 33
ai27 n 8t n w-, 13 rs ,.., oo oo
1039 C-.'d st, 10 rs , 55 00
1444 N Bt n w, 0 r , 50,(11)
lCftl Vermont avo, 10 rs.,. ,, 50 00
V5Astno,8rs 35 00
&.-3A stne.Sra .1-13.1
sODCstne.Brs , 30 oo
1 and 3 Saul Building i CT 00
87 Iowa Clrclo, furnished K'5 00
l'JVO I'a nve, 0 r l'J ao
141511 Bt no, housa and stoio loso
73381st Bt, 13 rs,, ,, sOOOd
517SprtlC0Bt, Hrs , ,..,.... Si 50
1415 W st ii w, 0 r MH)
I17 10th st, 0 rs 13 30
125.11 stnu.Brs and stable ,, 13 00
f33 filh t u o, 5 rs,, 10 30
laaKstHe, 8rs...., 10 50
lSOOIIalesst. 6rs 1150
3 Bladensburg road, tl rs .i 10 00
lloMstAe.drs .,. ., looo
670Elmst,flTS; ," 10 30
A hoases, 13th and Kentucky avo....... 10 50'
yj uiugman riaeo, rs ,...,n,,i,, u w
KTSJ-TOhTOl'Kll'K NOTICE (HIIOUI.U BE
-' nfn uiLr by nil lnterctcd, ns
ohanresmnywnirntnny time). Letters fur
foreign countries need not bo specially nd
ilrised for rtlspntc.'i by liny particular
stenmer, except when It Is dclred to send
duplicates of bnnklng and commercial docu
ment, letters not specially addressed being
sent by tlio fnslest csols uvnllnhlc.
Foreign malls for tho w'fuic ending May 4
will clnc (promptly In all cases) at this oDlco
JtONDAV.-Atp. m. for Port nil Prlnco
nnd .Incmel, per s, s. Prim Xanrlts (letters
from t'uracoa, Venezuela, Trinidad, lirltlsli
nnd Dutch Unlana must bo directed "er
I rhis Vatirltn"): at3 n. m. for Ucllre. dilate-
mala, uml Puerto Cortez, per s, s. city of
Pnllns. from New Orleans.
TUESDAY ,.Al a ".0 p. m. fur Ireland, per
s. . Wisconsin, via QuoenHowil (lottern lor
limit Itrltfiln nnd other European rotintrles
must bo directed "per Isconslni; at 3 p. in.
for tlltiellclds, per s. s, W, U. Halves, from
WLDNESI)AY.-Ai .1 a.m. for Belgium di
rect, per f, h. ivnnlaud, In Antwerp (letters
must bo directed "per l'cnnland")!at!), m.
for Ireland, rrs. s. Cllyof New York, via
(Juccnstonn; letters for (Jrcat Brltnln nnd
other Kuroiienn countries must be directed
"per City of Now York")! at 330 a. tn. for
Eiirope. per s. s. Travo, via youthnmpton nnd
llreiren (letters for Ireland must ho directed
"per Trnvo"); at 10 n m. for Central Amorlna
Slid .mth I'm mo ports, per . . City of Para,
.la Asplnwall (letters for (liiutcmala must bu
directed "per City of Pnra")t at 1 p m. for
Canijelie, ClilnpH, Tabasco and Ynucntnn,
tiers, s, City of Aloxnndrlu (letters for other
Voxlcan Stales and Cuba must bo directed
"t er City of Alexandria")!
THURSDAY. At 1p.m. for Bermuda, per
s, s. Orlnoeu; nt.1 p. m. forTruxlllo and Ilua
tin. t-r s. s. H.'Oterl, from: New Orleans.
SATURDAY. At 4 n.- m. for Prnnce,
bwltrcrland, Italy, Spain nnd Portugal, per
s, s. La llourgogne, via Has re; at flu. m. for
llreat Britain, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands
and Austria per s. s. Aurunla, la Queens
town (letters for other European couutrles
must be directed "per Aurnnlu"): at tl a.m.
for iiermaiiy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway,
Russia and Turkey, per a. h. 1'ulda, via
Bremen (letters from Omit llillain, treinud,
Belgium, Netherlands and Austria, via South
ampton, must bo directed "pcr-Fuldn"); nt 5
n. m. lor Scotland direct, per s. . I)oonln.
vl,i Glasgow (letters must bc.dlrected "per
Dcvonla"); nt 0 n. in. for tho Netherlands', via
Rotterdam, per s. H Vcemlnm (letters must
lie-dlrcctcd "per Veendam"); nt 11 a, in. for
.Junialon, Jacmcl and Anx Cayes, jwr s. s.
i Alvo; nt 1 p. m. for Progreso, per . s. M. L.
Vlllavcrc, via Havana (letters for other Mex
ican states must, be directed "per M. L. VII
lavero"); nt 1 p. tn. for Jamaica, (Ireytown,
Belize, (Juatcmaln, Puerto, Cortex and Trux
llli), per s. s. Hondo,
SUNDAY. At p. m. for Costn-ltlcn, via
, Llmon, per s. h. Foxhnll,- from. New Orleans.
Malls for Australia, New Zealand, Ha
wnllnn.FlJl nnd Samoan lslnnds, per s. s,
Alnmeda (from Sun rfbhclsco). cloa hero
April 'SSth, at 7 p. in. (or on nrrlvnl nt Now
xorK oi s. s. Aiiranin. wim untisji mans tor
Australia). Malls for Ohlnn and Jnp.in.per
si s. Oncllo (from San 1'ranrlsco), close hero
May 5th, nt 7 p. m. MnlN for tlio Hawaiian
Islands, per k. b. Umntllln (from San 1'run
clco), close hero May 18tb, nt 7 p. in Mails
for tho Society Islands, per ship Tahiti (from
Sanfranclsco), close hero May a.1th, at 7 p.
m. Malls for Cuba by rail to Tnmpn, Tin.,
nnd' theneo bv steamer, via Key West, Fla.,
closo at this ofllcc dally ntS:10n, in. .
Tho selicdulo of closing of Trnns.Pnclflo
malls Is arrnnged on tho presumption of their
uninterrupted ovei land transit toSanFrun
elseo. Malts from tho Eastnrrlvlng on-time
nt San Frnuclseo on tho day of sailing of
steameis nro dispatched thence the sumo
day. Registered mall closes nt Ou p. in. pre
T.. L. JAMES, Acting Tostmastcr.
PosTorricK, Nrw Yoiuc. N. Y.. April al. iaS9.
Ailvertlmntnti under liln Ami', four Unttor
leu, 23 cenlior one Inttrtlon; 60 cenltfor tnrte.
ANTED NURSK FOR , TWO CHIL-
iiren. Apply at iiij i7in st n w.
Ladies to make worsted adver
tlscmcnt Cards at home; J I to $3 weekly;
outflt,10o. ScdgewlckNovely Co.,N'ew Haven,
Atlrtrtttementt under IbU head, foiirllnttor
est, 35 centt for ont Inttrtlon; 50 cintifor three.
WASTED-RY A SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS
colored man from tlio country, n situa
tion In a grocery storo, hotel orns bnrtnuder.
Call or address W. II. II., Fifth Baptist
Church. I) st s w, bet 4 nnd Oth sis.
WANTED-PERSONS DESIRING SITUA
tlons or help to rcglstcmamc. free of
charge, at the MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, room
g8. Bt. Cloud building, Oth nnd V n. w.
"VM ANTED-OLD OOLD AND SILVER
VV bought lor cash by WM. KRIEHK
RICH, the mannfacturlne Jowoler, 005 7tU
St., oppratent Office.
I'OJl 11EXT 110031.1.
AdrertUementt undertMt heni, fourllneior
teee, S5 eentifor one Intel Hon; 60 nf for three.
OR RENT-1131 a STREET. NEXT TO
the comer 15th fit. fiv. flnftrfl! nrrnnired
lor ouicu use; not waier, ucui iiirougiioui,
and all In tho best condition. W. S. THOMP
SON, Pharmacist. 703 15t)i st
FOR RENT-EITHER SINGLE OR EN
suite, -with or without board, at KOLU'S
Hotel nndltostnurant, 811 Estn w; rooms aro
nicely furnished and locality convenient.
Advertleeintntt under Mil head, four Unttor
lett, 35 ctntt for on intertlon; 50 centt for three.
to show tho rapid progress of pupils at
tbo Academy of Flno Arts, 801 E street north
west, those commencing Immediately will bo
received for one month for almost nothing.
Classes now forming for art students, parents
nnd little children, Froo exhibition of paint
Ings dally und Wudncsday evenings.
JUSTO'S OLD STAND IS TnE ONLY
place where flrstclass second-hand cloth
ing can bo Bold at respectable prices. Ad
dress or call at 019 D Bt. n. w.
lOJtHAI,X AKlt KKST.
TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS. E. WAGfJAMAN, 917 F Btrcot.
Changes mado Wednesdays andljaturdnys.
THREE -STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES FOR BALE.
Oth st, bi t K nnd L n w i $30,000
400Mstn w. bli, ml. 14 rs 33,500
033 and V35 II st n w, b h, and 5 bouses
rear.., i 33,000
018 1st n w, bh, ml, 13 rs..,,, 10,000
lTuoilstn w, bh.ml, 11 rs,.... l.ooo
Wllltbstnw, bh, ml,C rs 15,000
4153d stuw.bh.m l.ilr , ,,, 13,500
1013 10th st n w, b b, in 1, 10 rs . u 13,000
DOOMutu w.bli.m I, rirs 11,000
033 11 ttnw,b b, ml, 13 rs 8,000
TWO-bTORV BI1ICK AND FRAME HOUSES
SUAstn c, th. Ors ,.,..$7,000
lWllstne bh.7rs 4,350
645 and 019 B st n 0, b h, 7 rs, 1,000
(8 to oa u st n 0, f h.irs ,...1... 3,500
3)1 and 43 Myrtle Bt n 0, b h, m 1, 7 rs 3,400
514 Oth st 11 o, f h, 7 rs 3.500
800 10th st n e, band fh,8rs 3.5O0
13 Myrtle stnc.bh, 7 is 3,000
IlSKstno, (h,0r 1..1 1,800
MMyrtlostno, bli, 7rs 1,700
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE,
, l'er foot.
K st, bet 10th nnd 17tb n w , $1 10
Pa avo, bet cth and 7th sts s 0 s 00
18th st, bet Hands 11 w ,,, 3 00
Del ave, bet ll und C sts no 1 80
10thBt,betMnndNnw, 1 75
18th st; bet Land Mnw., 1 SO
34th st, bet L und M 11 w 1 50
II st, bet 3d and 4th so , 133
11 1st, bet Cnual und 0 n w 1 00
Mans u o, bet Del avo and 1st stiiu..,.. 1 00
HOUSES FOR RENT.
015Etn w, 17 r , 31U5 00
8053 P st n w, fur, 13 rs Ml oil
1139 i.st n w, 10 rs 73 00
17.18 Fstn w, 13 rs , 0000
30311 stllW.H rs MM
611 Fstn w, 10 rs ,., cooo
1331 Corcoran st n w, 13 rs,...'. 60 00
3818 P st n w, 10 rs 6000
8830 Pstn w, 10 rs 50 00
3d floor 13th andiE Btsnw 60 00
1587 14th st n w, 8 rs 1 45 00
1731 18th Bt n w. 9 rs 4000
8ouDstnw,lo rs 40 so
1740 N Y uvo n w, 13 rs., ,. 33 on
ati30stnwi14 rs 3500
1414 Utli stnw. 11 r 35 00
4th floor 13th nnd E stsnw. ,.,.,, ,,., :io 00
1530 Kingman Place n w, 7rs so 00
Tennallytown Road, B rs.,,. 33 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo as U. S. bonds; 0 per cent., pnyahlo
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pro
In sums to suit nt 0 per cent.
Tho nbovo s only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list oall nt oltlcq for
bulletin, Usucd, on tho 1st and 15th.
ion s.ir.K lot.v,
T?0R HALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
1 in natures 017 nnd COS. near North Capi
tol, N and 0 Bts, n, w.; on line of tho Eeklng
ton street Railway, and near tho now depot
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair price, long timo nnd smnll payments to
L. M. BAUNDERS & BIK)..
co.Tjij.ya ion Jilts oi1 zjkkjw
0" B,BDNpYi CQU'll QV DHD8 AND NO.
1 loiy 1-ubUo, m La, uyo., epp, citx UttU,
P,' bet I5t)l nnd Ifltli stsn w, 3 story-brick, to
rooms nitd bath; perfect order throughout:
southern exposuro! a lovely homo $n,oju
It, bet 13th nnd lUk sts n v, ll-room brick;
.hay wludow;best location, lot 31x100.. Jl.ooo
I.'tb st, betTand U sts it.w, 8 room brick;
heated by furnnco and open grates; douhlo
fiarlors and dining room on first floor; snenk
iir tubes, dumb waiter, ctp.; beautifully
IDIh st, between Q and R sts n w, 1-story'
brick; 13 rooms; bolt condition; fine loca
tion; built two years ngotlot 31x00 $3,750
II, K. UILBEltTA CO.;
C33 F st ll sy.
I7IOR SALK-SKVETtAL- BEAUTIFUL NEW
I' 0-room houses, with bath, raneo, etc, In t;
inn norinwcsi; near hid ana in st, cars
Srlcoonly JU.800 caoh; R street, nenr 1 Itb,
ll,roo. Also on Cleveland avenue;
(Irs, for , , .82,35(1
On S, bet 10th and 17th st 0,000.
" Ust, hetlRthnnd lUth sts , O.MXT
" lf.lh, bet T and U sts 7,000
" 13th. bet P nnd O Bt O.ROO
" Q.bet i:ith and 14th sts.wlth stable 7,000
" Boundary, nenr Oth st, new house, uino
" Marlonst, betnth and7(hnw 1,350
Apply to J. W. P. MYEItS A SON,
1420 New York avo.
IJHIANK B. CONhEH,
J 1115 Ft
HOUSES FOR BALKAN. W. SECTION.
Massachusetts avo., $90,000, $55,000, $15,000,
$40,000, $35,000, $33,000.
Connecticut avo., $35,000, $30,000, $23,000,
Vermont ave., $31,000, $a),O0O.-
Rhode Island ave., $38,000, $30.000, Utt.OOO.
ICth street, IIOOIOO, $75,000, $37,000.
18th street, $38,000.
I sticct, $55,(100.
K street, ill.OOO.
M street, $0.1,000, $14000, $30,000. ,
N street, $50,000, $33,000, $17,000, $13,000,
P street, $13,X), $8,000, $7,600,
C) street. $30,(K
lllllycr l'laco. $18,000.
Now Hampshire avo. and<h St., $9,000.
Houses' Under $30,000 and unlmtrovcd prop
erty In all paits of tho city.
FRANK B. CONOER,,
1415 V street,
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schcdulo In Effect March 10th, 1889.
Leave Washington frnraT3tntIon''Corncr'df:
New Jersey avenuo and 0 strict.
Fon Chicaoo nnd Northwest, Vostlbuled
Limited express dally 8.53 m. m.,' express 0.05
Fon Cinciknati, St. Louis and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3.00 and 11.10 p.m.
Foil I'ittsbuihi nnd Cleveland, Vestlbnled'
Limited express dally 8.65 a. m. and express
0.05 p. m.
Fon Lzxinoton nnd Local Stations 110.10
Ton BAi.Tisioni!, wcok days, B.00,' 00, O.W,
7.30,'8.80, 0.80 (45 minutes), -9.45, 11.35, (45 min
utes) n, m., 13.10, 3.03, 3:fo,,(i3 minutes), 3.13
(43 minutes) 3.33, 4.30, 4 Jtt, 5.30, 0.15, 8,43, 7.10,.
8.t, 11.45, 10.80 and 11.30 p.m. Sundays, 0 80,
8.30,9.30,0.45,11.33 n. tn.i 1.13, S.05, SAO, 3.35,
4.30, 4.83, 0.43, 7.S0, 8.00, 9.13, 10.30 and 11.30.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington
ana iiaiumoro, o.uv, v.su, tt.:) n. rn., w.iu, JX3
4A5, 0.45, 11.30 p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. to., 1.15
8.33, 4J. 0.45, 11.30 p. m, - .
TnAiKs lcavo Baltlmoro for Washington,
weekdays, 6.10, Ojso, 0.30, 7.15, 7.30, 8.00(4-1
minutes), 900, 9.03, 10.13 (43 minutes), n. m.;
13.15, 1.41, 3.00, 3.00, 4.15 (45 mlnutos), 6.00, 0 00,
0.30, 7.W, 8.05, J0.05, 10.10 and 11.00 p. in. Sun
days, 0.30, 7.13, 8.00 (15 mlnntes), 9.00,0.03, 10.33
n. m., 13.60, 1.43, 3.00, 4.15, 6.00, 0.30, 7.60, 8.05,
10 05, 10.10 nnd 11.00 p.m.
Fon Aknatolis, 0,10 and 8.30 a. m 13.10 and
4.13 p. m. On Sundays, 8 30 a. m., 4.33 p. m.
Lcavo Annapolis O.-Ki, 8.37 n, m., 13.05, 4,10p,
tn. Sundays, 8.37 a. m 4.10 p. m.
Fon stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
t0.33, $10.10 n. ra., 11.15 p. m. for principal sta
tions only,ll0.10 n, m 14.35 and 13.30 p.- ra.
Fon OAiTiiEnsncno and Intermediate points,
19.00 a. m., tl8.30, t4.40, 5 8.1, 111.80 p. m.
Fon Botd's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
p. rn 10.00 p. m.
Ciimicu train leaves Washington on Sunday
nt 1,15p,m stopping at all stations on Met
tonrnEDKnicK, rio.ioa. m, n.33 and 15.30
p.m. Sundays, 1.15p.m. ,
Tiuis-s AnnivE f rom Chicago dally 8.33 a.
m. nnd 9 33 p. m.; from' Clnclnnntl nnd St.
Louis dally o30 a. m. and 1.65 p. m; from
Pittsburg 8.35 a. ml, -17.30 and 9.35 p. ra, .
new york and philadelphia divis
Fon New Youk, Trenton, Nowarfnnd Ellr
nbeth,N.J.,t8.00, 9.30, 'iLsa a. m., 'SJW,
1.15 ono '10.30 p.m. Buffet Parlor Cats on
all day trains. Sleeping car on the 10.30 p.
m., open at 9.00 p. m.
Fon llnuxnarmi, Newark. Wilmington,
nnd Chester.1' 18 00, '9.30," 11.35 a. m., '3.30,
4,16, '8.00 and '10.30 p. m.
Fon Atiantio City, '11.33 a. m.
Ton iNTitnMEDtATB points between Baltl
moro and Philadelphia, O.SO a, m. '3.03 and
14.30 p. m.
Tuains 1 eave Now York for Washington,
8.SO,tll.0On.m.,'1.30, '3.30, 4.15 p.m. and
Tjuins ieavb Philadelphia for Washington.
4.10, '8.15, li.isa.m., tl.45, 4.15, 5,i5and
1 Except Sunday.. Dally, ISunday only.
Baggage called for and checked fromkotcls
nnd residences by Union Transfer Company
on orders left at ticket offices, 019 and 1331
W. M. CLEMENTS, CHAS. O. SCULL,
Central Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Tlio Great Penusylrauia Route
To the North, West' and Southwest.
Double Track. Splendid Scenery,
bteel Ralls, Magnificent Equipment
In ErrrcT FiannAnv SI, 1889.
Trains lcavo Washington from station, cor
ner of sixth and II streets, ns follows:
Fon PiTTf ntito nnd tho West. Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vcstlbuled Cars at
9.50 a. m, dally; Fast Lino, 9,50 a. tn. dally to
Cincinnati and St. .Louis, with Sleeping Cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Harrlsburg
to St, Louis; dully, except Saturday, to Chi-
lu oil lAJuin, unnj, vavvjiv ouiuiuny, lu Vlll-
eago, with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago,
Western Express at 7.40 p. m dally, with
Bleeping vara asningion to I'woago anu st.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlsburg with
through Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis.
Pneltlo Express, 10 CO p. m. dally for Pittsburg
and tho West, with through Blooper to Pltte
burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD
Fon Ehie, Cananiuuida and Rochester
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, oxcept
Saturday, 10.00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wn UAjisroiiT, Lock Haven and El
mlra, nt 9.50, n, m. dally, oxcept Sunday,
Fon New Yoiik nnd the East, 7.30, 9.00, 11.00,
and 11.40n.rn.; 3.10,4.10, looo and 11.30p.m.
on Sunday, 9 00, 11.40 a. m.; 3.10, 4 10, 10,00 nnd
11.30 p. m. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Curs, 9.40 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and
3.45 p. m. dally, with Dining Car.
.Fou Boston without cbango, 3.10 p. m. every
on BnooTarN, N. Y.. all through trains
connect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording dhect transfer to Fulton
streeti avoiding doublo ferrlago across Now
,Fon l'lyunEUIiiA, 7.80, 8.10, 0.00, 11.00 nnd
lj.40ir,m.,8,10, 4.10, O.OO, 8.10, 1000 nnd 11.30
pirn; On Sunday, 9.00, 11,40 a.m., 3.10,4.10,
O.UO,"8.10,wlO.OO and 11.30 p.m. Limited Ex
press, all Parlor Cars, 9.40 a!, m. wcok days,
und 3.45 p. m. dally, with Dining Cars.
Fon Atlantic) Cur, 11.00 and 11.40 a. m.
Fan llALTIMOnE, 0.35, 7.30, 8.10, 0 00, 9.10, 0.50,
11.00 and 11.40 a. in., 13 03, 3,10, 3.41, 4.10, 4.30,
4.40, 0.00, 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.30 p. in. On
bundny, 0.00.9 0.1, 9.50. 11.40 n. ra., 9.10, 3.15,
4.10, 0 00. 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 nnd 11 30 p. ra.
Fun Pope's Ciilek Line, 7.30 a. m. und 4.40
p, m. dally, except Sunday.
Fon Annatoi is, 7.30 and 9.00 n. m., 13 05 and
4.40 p, in. dully, except Sunday, Sundays,
9.00 a. m., 4,10 p, m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
Ton Ale.xaniiiiia, 4.30, 6.33, 7.33, 8.40, 0.45,
10 6-a.m., 18.01 noon, 3.06, 3 40, 4.33, 5.00, 6.01,
8.05, 10.03 and 11.37 p.m. On Sunday at 4.30,
0.43, 10.57 a.m., 3.i, 6 01, 8.05 and 10,05 p. in.
AcconaouATioN for Quautlco, 7.33 a. tn. and
5.CO p, in, eck days.
Foil IIiciijiond and tlio South, 4.30, 10.57 n.
m. dally, and 3.40 n. m. dally, excopt Sunday.
Trains u-ive Alexandria for Washington,
0 05, 7.05, 8 00. 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 a. m., 1.80,
3.O0, 3.8), 6.10, 0.SO, 7.03. 0.33, 10.U and 11.03 p,
m. On bundny nt I) 1(1 uml 11.07 a, in., 3.00,
O'lO. 7.05, 0 38 and 10.1 J p, in.
Tickets aud Information at tho office, north
cast corner of Thirteenth street and Pcnnsyl
inula avenue, nnd nt tho station, whero
orders can ho left for thoohccklngof baggage
to destination from hotels und residences.
CHAS. E. PUGH, J. R. WOOD,
Uonerlil Manager, General rassenger Agent,
Chosapoako and Ohio Routo.
Schedule In effect FEBRUARY 30, 1689.
Trains' leave Union Depot, Oth and II streets.
10.67 a. N, For Newport News, Old Point
Comfoit and Norfolk dnlly. Arrlvo In Old
Point nt 0.83 n. m, and Norfolk nt 7,00 p.m.
Through parlor enrs to Old Point Comfort
dally, except Sunday,
ll.v'4 a, m. For stations on tlio Chcsnpcnko
and Ohio In. Vlrglnln, West Virginia and Ken
tucky dnlly. Bleeping curs Washington to
ChaTlottesvlllo and Charlottesville to Cincin
nati. Sunday train runs only to I'llf ton Forgo.
B.30 i". , Fast Western Express dally,
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet Bleeping
Cars to Loulsitllo and Clnclnnntl; Pullman
service to St. Louis, Memphis and New Or
Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenuo.
11, W. FULLER, Gen, Pnss. Agent.
B. U. GWTNNH.
Vermont ave, and Z, st. n, w.
Cholco Groceries, Meats and Provisions,
The Beat Goods atlhe Lowest Prloea,
Sporting Extra !
WITH THE RESULT OF
Here ani Elsewhere,
All Pails' of the Country.
Read the urn
Tl'NCAN80N IIRC., Auctloiiffrs.
PAIR VINB SinUHKOWN CARRIAOK
HOltSKS, KI.KO.VNT I NDAU, HANI)
"OMK IlItOlOIIAMH (VMTII POLE ANI)
SHAITSJ, ELEGANT WEEN'S-HODY
I VICTOIllAt KIND 1)01 III.B BET HAU
NK, SILVER MOCNTE.) ANB HAND
MADE, COST J.'lflO: HEAU-KIN CVPIW.
ITU IlOIIKl, LIVERY Sill's, PLUSH
ANI) CLOTH LAP IIOIIEH, o c
BEING THE PROPERTY OF EX-PRESIDENT
OIIOVER CI.E ELAND.
On MONDAY, .MAY O, commencing at 10
O'CLOCK NOON, wo will sell at tho stables
Of WOOD BROS., M street, between lh and
and 17th streets nrthwct, tho entlro stablo
outfit of EX'PRESIDENT GUOVER CLEVE-
J; Ills nardly necessary for ns to attempt to
describe tho articles, ns they nro familiar to
every ono Inwur city, nnd consist of
1 Kino Landau, complete
1 Hnndiomo Brougham, Polo and Shafts.
1 Victoria, or Cabriolet (Oiicen'n body),
1 Set Double Sllvor-Monntvd Harness,
Foot nnd Box Cushions, Rubber Suits,
) 3 " . " (ireon.
, Plush nnd Cloth Lap Robes.
' One Pnlr Fine Scal-BrOwQ Can logo Horsed,
1HITKU Ullll SlfllSIl,
The carriages wcro made to" order for Mr
Cleveland by Flandrau Co., Broomo street,
New York, who took extra care to have first
class workmanship displayed! tho vehicles
show very little wear.
The harness Is hand-mndo and handsome,
, The attention of parties desiring private
tnrnmils Is particularly called to this salo.
UNt'ANSON BROS.. Auctioneers,
, OrricEorWAMitNiiTON AqurnucT,
Washington, D. C, April If), Wl.
There will be sold ot 3 o'clock p. in. FRIDAY,
Mnyl at the site of tho now reservoir, tlvo
frnmo buildings and one gray marc, tho proiv
eity of tho United Mates. Terms cash, In
Government funds. The purchaser mut re
move tho buildings within thirty dnys from
dato of sale, otherwise thoy will bo torn
down bv tho United States.
JOHN M.WILSON, Colonel, U. H. A
i;onOK W. STICKNEY, Auctioneer,
w 1 Hireet.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED PROPERTY FRONTING mil
FEET ON HAHEWOOD AVENUE, LE
By virtue of ncertnln deed of trust, dated
September 15, 1887, and recorded In liber No.
1,370. folio 493 ct. sen., ono of tho tnnd records
for tho Dltrlct of Columbia, and at tho re
quest of tho party secured thereby, wo will
offer for salo, In front of tho premises, on
SATURDAY, THE 4TII DAY OF MAY, 1889.
at 6 o'clock p.m., the following described
property sltuato In tho County of Washing
ton, I). C., to wit) Allot lots numbered ono
(11 and two (3), In block numbered ten (10), of
tho subdivision of laud known ns "Lo Droit
Terms of ale! AHcnsh, subject to a deed
of trust now on the property to secure tho
sum of J3,500, payable thrco years from Sep
tember 15, 1887. Interest nt six per ccntnm
per, nnnnm, pnynblo semi-annually. A do
posit of 8100 win bo required at timo of sale.
All conveyancing nnd recording at pur
chaser's cost. Terms of salo to bo compiled
with In fifteen days from day of salo.
JAMES II. MARH,lTp.(.
JOHN T. ARMS. '(Trustees.
TUNCANSON BR03., A
UNCANSON BR03., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF BRICK HOUSES AND
LOIS ON CORNER FOUR-AND-A-HALF
STREET ANI) N STREET: LOTON AL
LEY BETWEEN THIRD AND FOUR
' AND-A-HALFAND M AND N STREETS,
1 AND LOTON FIRST STnEET WEST,
BETWEEN P AND QSTHEET3 SOUTH
WEST. By virtue of a docreo of tho Supremo Court
of the District of Columbia, passed In equity
cause No. 11303, WE, as trustees appointed
Insnldcatuo, will offer for saloon TUES
DAY, MAY SEVENTH, A. I). 18S9, at the
hours and places named hereinafter, tho following-described
pieces and pureels of land
nnd premises In the city of Washington, Dis
trict of Columbia:
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., In front of tho
premises, tho west ono hundred and fifteen
(115) feet by the width of the lot, twenty-five
feet, of Lot ono (1), In square avo hundred
and forty-five, improved by Brick Dwelling
and Store, 41 and N streets southwest.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER, (ho west one hun
dred and fifteen (115) feet by tho width of tho
Lot twcnty.flvo feet, of Lot two, tu square
tlvo hundred and forty-flvo. Improved by
'Brick Dwelling, on 4) street, between M and
N streets southwest.
' IMMEDIATELY AFTER, tho north thirty
feet In depth by the width or the Lot of l.ot
sixty-seven. In square tlvo hundred and forty
five, situated In alley: between 3d and II and
M and N streets southwest, unimproved.
At ai. uxxui'it i'. ja., same aukh
NOON, In front of tho premises, tho north half
of lot 5, In squaro numbered six hundred nnd
fifty-six (050), situated on 1st street, between
1" and ( streets s. w., unimproved.
Terms of sale One-third oash, the balanco
In two equal Installments, payable In ono nnd
two years thereafter, respectively; notes to
bogfven benrl nor Interest, and to bo scoured
by deed or deeds ot trust 011 tho property
sold or nil ensh, nt the option of tho purchaser
or purchasers. A deposit of $100 on each
piece sold at tho time of sale; conveyancing
&c, at purchaser's cost.
HENRY WISE OARNETT.
410 5th st. n.w.
S. T. THOMAS,
4 and Louisiana avo,
The Traveler's Guide.
Arrival of Itnllrond Trnlns In "Wash
ington. Arrivals nt II. nnd I. Station.
From Boston 10:45 a. m. dally.
From New York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8:00
10: 11 a.m., 3.15, 3.10, 9:13 (limited) and 10:35
p.m. dally, 1:43, (4a limited) 6:10 and 8 JO
p. m. dallyiixeept Sunday.
From Philadelphia only 11:40 a. m. dally and
7:05 p. m, week days.
From Baltimore 4:10, 6 30, 8:00, 8:35, 8:45, 9:33,
10.45, 11:40 a. m., 1:13, 3:15, MO, 4:00 (limited),
6:53,11:50,7:05, 8:10,8.30, 9:13 (Congressional
limited) and 10.35 p. m. On Sundays. 4:10,
.6-30, 8-00, 9.33, 10:45, 11:40 a. m., 3:15, 3:10, 6:55,
8:30, 9:13 (Congressional limited), 10:35 p. m.
From Annapolis 8.00 a. m., 1:43, 5:55 p. m. On
Kundnys, 6:55 p.m.
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Klmlra and nar-
rlsburg Dally 9.33 a. m. and 0.30 a. m, dally
From Pope's Creek Line 835 a. m. wcok days
only and 6:50 p. ra. dally,
From Richmond and tho South 11:31 a, m.,
3:10 and 110 p.m. On Sundays, llrit a.m.
.and 1100 p.m.
From Chicago and rittsburg-6.30, 9.33 a. m.,
8,55, 8:10 p.m. All dally.
From St. Louis 0:30 a. m. dally,
From Alexandrla-OSH, 75!5, 830, 0.30. 10:35,
,11:81 a. m.. 1:40, 3:30, 3:40, 6:30, 0.50, 723. 9.53,
11:00, 11:35 p. m. On Sundays, 0.30, 11:31, a.
in., 320, 6:30, 7:33, 9:53, 1 1 -00 p. m.
From Cincinnati. Louisville aud St. Louis via
Cheenpeako and Ohio Route 9,40 p, m,
dally, From Cincinnati aud way, 6:10 p. m.
dally except Sunday.
rom Old Point Comfort, Nowport News and
Norfolk 3:10 p. in, dally oxcept Sunday,
11:30 p.m. dally. f
rtom Lynchburg, Btlstol, Memphis, Mont
gomery and Now Orleans 11:13 a. m. dally.
From Memphis, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch
burg 9:10 p. m. dally.
From Lynchburg, Raleigh, Aiken, Atlanta,
Montgomery aud New Orleans 7:00 a.m.
and 7:13 p.m. dally.
From Manassas, Strasbug and Way 10:15 a.
m. dally oxcept Sunday.
From Lcesburg, Round Hill and Points on W.
and O, R. K.-S.'M a. in. dally and 3:M p. m.
dally except Sunday.
Arrivals nt II. anil O, Station.
rroftBaltlmore-U:15. 0.30, 7:30, 8:03, 8:15, 8:30,
8:43, 10.00, 10:35, ll-ou, 11:15 n. m.; 1),
8:30,8.30,4:30, 5:00, 5:30, 0.33, 7:05,8.00, 8:15,
8.63, 10:55 nnd 11:05 p.m.
From Phlladelphla-8:15, 11:15 a. m.i 3.30, 5.O0,
7:15, 8:15 and 10.55 p. in.
From Chicago und Plttbburg-8.J3a.m. and
From Pittsburg, Grafton ami Fredcrlok 7r30
' p m week daj 9 and on Sundays from Graf ton
From Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Louisville
0.30 a. m. and 1 A3 p. m., dally.
From Annnpolls 8:30 and 10 00 a, m.i
1:50 and 0.3.5 p. in. On Sundays 10.00
n, m. und 0:35 p, ip.
From Gulthcrsburg and way 7:10, 11:35 a. m.j
8.53, 7:10 nnd 10.30 p. m. on Sunday 8.00p. m.
From Washington Junction and way 8:35,
0:30 a, m.i 4.05, 41:5 aud 7:30 p. m. On Sun
days 8:83 n. m.i 1:15 nml 7:30 p m.
From Boyd's nnd way 6:30 n. in, week days
only. On Sundays 10.33 a. m,
IYom Lexington and Valley Branch 1:13 p. m.
On Suudnis from Harper's Kerry only.
Froin Frederick nnd way 8-33 n. m, dally.
From New York-;13 a, m.i 380, 500, 7:15,
8:43 and 10.55 p.m.
COV.VTltY It vat, vsv.tri:.
,EWI8 &, HEATON'S WEST END
Tho highest nnd best part of Takoma Park,
'Just subdivided, only threo squares from tho
stntlou, nnd adjoining the most thickly set
tled portion of tlio old Park,
A never-falling spring of puro water per
manently rcf-em d for tlio use of tho lot own.
ere. The ouly lots uny whoroucar the station
at first prices,
A completo abstract of tltlo for all lots In
Takoma Park kept up to date.
LEWIS & UK WON.
639 F Bt n W.
17OH RKNT-S5 PER MONTH, A SMALL
,L' new housp and I aore of ground: high,
healthy location. Apply to GREEN BLADE
UM.OLN, Bcnnlngs, 1). O
Where the Minister nnd Ills ramlly
I have been lirtvluj' a peep !nu- the
very homo which Jir, JteliVs Purls
ncciit ttssilrt to have runtcil, nml It U
nliriosl ni Hwi-ll nn estiititlihineiit ns was
the. private residence In the L'lace (lei
Elnt Unit that tho Mortons occupied.
The hotel Hint wns shown mc In tho
fnubotire U nn eighteenth-century
pnlnco llllcd with old souvenirs, futility,
pictures nnd furniture tluit Is glided till
you can't rest.
Of courso thrr "colony" nro nslttng
each other nil boHh of (HieHtlons ns lo
what tho Iields Intend doing socially
when they get to l'nrls. Tho Mortons
were perhaps tho best sorlnl representa
tives of the bang-tin kind tho United
States lins ever hud In tho French cnpl
tnl. Jly experience extends through tlio
legations 01 Wasliburno, Noyes, ilorton
nnd McLnno, nnd I am bound to say
that Mr. Morton did inoro during lift
fctny In Pnrls tlinn nny of thu otlicrs.
Vlicn tho Mortons left lierr they wcru
regretted by most Americans nnd by nil
At that lime, sncnklng In ono of my
letters of tho nrrlvnl of tho McLnnes, "I
said they would never mnke the soclnl
splurge that, Mr. nnd Mrs. Morton liml,
nnd my prediction hns como correct In
every particular. They hnvo done
nothing whatever In tliat direction,
nor do I know a single American who
hns been invited to a dinner nt their
house, with the oxceptlon, possibly, of
three or four holding oluclnl positions.
I nm not going to cry down Mr. McLnuc;
He Is n very iigreenble gentleman, bus
been exceedingly kind, mid, I think,
has sened his country well, in bis own
wnyj but tbntwny hns not been it very
sociable one, nnd 1 nm only telling you
wlint everybody snys In the "colony"
when I sny, socinlly spenking, thurMc
Lanes huvo been n failure.
Wo want persons nt thu legal Inn who
enu make n splurge, who cnu hold their
own with the cmtmssndors Hint Eng
land, Germany, Russia, Italy nnd Spain
end here. Tbl4 Mr. nnd Mm. Morton
did, nnd this is wliftt wo hope of Mr,
nnd 3Irs. "Wbltclnw Iteld. Thank good
ness, tho Consul-General mid Mrs. Itnth
bono hnvo dnnfi their full soclnl duty,
nml I am' glad to bo nblo to ndd Hint
Mr. Knthbonc hns won for himself, in
this city nt least, If not In Washington,
tho reputation of being about tlio best
olllcial thnt has ever occupied tlio Paris
Consulate Henry Ilnynlu'x Paris
A Washington Territory fanner was dlc;
L'liifr a post bole 011 tho banks of Binokc
River when ho unearthed n skeleton richly
dressed In old-fnehlm clothing. Tho coat
was especially fine, nnd was adorned with
velvet collar ami cufTs. Tho place where
the skeleton wan found bad been used as a
horse corral for the past fifteen years.
BOB That's Immense! Who's the
me victim, Charlie?"
CHARLES You're off this time.
This Is one or Nlcoll'o $20
Suits. He don't trust.
BOB Come off.
CHARLES It's a fact I I saw his
advertisement and thought I
would try what be could 'do.
This Is the result.
BOB Say, meet me at noon, I want
a suit; guess I will try him.
CHARLIE All right.
The nbovo convocation was overheard on
a Pennsylvania avouuo car. It speaks for
(' XT JJ
615 mid 017 Pennsylvania Ave.
ARRI8 HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN
2.50 and .1 ncr dnv: Pa. avo.. het. 15th
arid 14th streets; special rates to parties and
Corner lGth and I streets northwest,
Opposlto MoPherson Square.
II. M. CAKE.
FOR LADIES AND OENTLEMEN.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo mado fcr
RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottle
WASHINGTON, D, O.
O. Q. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. Route,
JL 1 101 N. Y. AVE., COR. 1 1TH 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 Fire Esoapes.
TERMS-S3.00 and $1.00 Per Day.
X A QUIKTAND ELEGANT HOTEL,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlnth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAMES II, HUKSLIN, Proprietor.
OT. JAMKS HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L. WOODUURY. Proprietor.
V WASHINGTON, D. O.
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During tho past su'nmer a new addition
has been urootcd containing the most luxu
rious rostaurant rooms In the city.
P020-flm Tn. FBLTER. Prop.
'The Idoal Lustre"
Is a peculiar IIUIM.USCY
of tho TKbril, combined
with a Rudy lleulthtiilnoss
of tho (Inms, by whlelfyoii
cun at onco detect tho uer
This Lustro can bo ob
tained tu no other way; ami
'If you euro for tho Appear
ance, Smoothness and Pres
ervation of yonrTeetb yon will not delay Its
USe' AT AIX DRUGQISTS,
EARLY MORMIHO HEWS.
Lust night during (ho female bicycle
race, which hns been In progress In
tt'hecllnff, W. Vn., for two tliiys, tho
electric lights suddenly went out, lenv
Ing the rink In total darkness. Hut
three of tho girls wcro on tbo trm
the time. Two of them, Lulu Oi
nf Pennsylvania nnd Aggie Hnrvey of
Xcw York, wcro almost nbrent nnd were
making n turn nt tbo west end of tbo
trnck, going nt n tremendous speed. nidi
trying to spult nliend. In the sudden
darkness they lost their hearings nnd
weio going nt too rnjild n speed lo stop,
Mls llnrvey's wheel struck nn ohstrui'
I Ion nnd she was thrown over the ndllng
Inclosing the track, alighting upon her
bend upon the hard lloor. Him was
knocked semeless, Miss (lordon wns
nlo thrown from her wheel nnd her
side struck ntt Iron railing. She was
internally Injured, but not seriously. It
wis feared for a while that Miss Hnr
vey's Injuries were Very serious, Them
wns n jianlc In tho lnrge audience, and
for n time It teemed thnt many would
Ik- Injured in tho rush
A I'Htlmr's ItllK".
A very dramatic Incident occuned In
IhetrinlofMclvIn U. UarllU nt Cum
berland, Mil,, for wlfc-muitler, while
Samuel King ivns giving his testimony.
As the witness described how' Gnrlft.
stood over his wife ns sho was lying
down nnd fired three more shots Int'i
her body, Mr. Joseph White, the father
of tbo dead womnn, sprang up with n
wild cry of rage, nnd, scllng a cbnlr,
upraised It nnd mndc 11 rush toward
Onrllt. llo wns ginbbcd by Mcvurnl
policemen nnd taken to nn nnto-room
until he regained hlseoniposuie. ills
dniigbter Myrtle, who had shortly be
fore testllled, shifckcd aloud us her
father cried out, mid Hung herself upon
him. For 11 few moments (he excite
ment lit Ihc room wns intense, und It
wns sumo time before tbo trial could
Crushed to Death.
Pntilek Itntehfonl, Michael Flynn
nnd Patrick lloguii were killed in tho
Hyde Pnrk shaft In Sernntun, Piu, yes
terdny, by the full of a largo slab of
roor which enme down upon them
while they were engaged In loading
looo eoal from Ihe face of their cham
ber into n ear. Other employes In tho
shaft being warned of the accident,
hurried Into the chamber, nnd its speed
ily ns poMblo removed the dead bodies
to their homes, Tho scenes mound the
mouth of the shaft when tho bodies
were biought'to the surface were heart
rending. Tho women und children
wcro wailing, nnd even some of the men
w ere crying, although such u sight wns
not nn unusual one to most of them.
A Dago Swlndlor.
Costcllo Sallsfnre, nn Italian, wns ur
rested nt Seranton, Pn., yesterday nnd
lodged in jnll for defrauding 11 large
number of Ids countrymen out of sums
ranging from $1 to $10 each. Sallsfnro
impressed Ids Importance upon his
countrymen by wearing n cp somewhat
similar lo that worn by a railroad con
ductor, dressed well nnd enlil bo wns
largely interested In the new Scrnntoii
nnd Ontriilo Itnllroad, building north
from tills city, nnd promised Ids victims
work ns soon ns tho contracts were let,
tnklng the monoy ns pledges Hint they
would bo o hand for employment.
Ills scheme Is said tu hnvo netted him
several hundred dollars.
Three Children In 11 Creek.
Sally Fry, need 1-1 years, and Gertie
nnd llueluh Kllngcr, used respectively
10 and 4 jenrs, of Ashland, Pn., while
crossing n foot log spanning tho Mnlin
noy Crtek, fell Into tho stream, Tho
elder children wero washed a short dis
tance, where thev fcclzcd obstructions.
to which they clung, but the little glil
wns washed several hundred yiiids
.voids further and rested In nn eddy
formed by projecting rocks. Thu
scionins of tlio chlldicn attracted help
and all wcro tnken out. Medical aid
wns summoned and two of them resus
citated, but it is believed the little ono
A l'ntnl I'lglit Near Tremont.
.loH'ph Vlncet, n young Kcntuckinu,
who has been working nt nebcr; Pn.,
tho part two months, stabbed Grant
Bernhardt, probably fatally, in a row
at Good Spring Tuesday night, Vln
cet had stolen a pair, of Barnhnrdt's
bOots, and the latter demanded bis
property. Vlncet then turned on
Barnhnrdt nnd Inflicted four dangerous
cuts on his body. Three Coal and Iron
policemen have searched for Vlncet,
but havu not yet captured him. Ho Is
supposed to have taken lo the moun
Killed With n Ilerr OI11.1.
George KI0I7, .15 years old, of 1727
Mcrvlne street, 1'hlfadclphhi, un urn
iiloye at tbo brewery of Cbnrles-Class,
Twelfth street above Columbia nvenue,
died yesterday from the effect of in
"Juries received In a quarrel wlthAntoiuo
Piolf, a fellow-workman, on Saturday
Inst, The men had been employed at
tho biewciy for several years, nnd on
the day on which tho (pinrrel occurred
had been set to work cleaning tbo pave
ment, Both wero under thu Influence
of liquor, but the origin of the cniurrcl
OH' for Kuro.
Hon. John Sherman, Hon, John V.
New, Consul-General at London; Hon.
W. W. Thomas, Envoy Extraordinary
ami Minister Plenipotentiary to Sweden
and Norway, and Lincoln Valentine,
Consul from Honduras, sailed for
Europo in the steamer City of New
Looks us IT Alive Vet,
Vilhelmlnn Stohl, aged 21, died in
Chicago of ihcumatlsm of tho heart a
week ago, but the corpso remains so
life-like that tho girl's mother will not
permit tlio burial to proceed, though
the physlclnns hnvo shown by every
scientific test that llfo Is extinct.
(,lon Up for Lost.
Tho schooner Shiloh sailed from
Gloucester, Mass., on a fishlug trip to
George's bauks on March 25, since
which timenothlng lias been hcaid from
her.. Her owners have given her up
for lost. She carried 11 ciew of four
A Woman hnnd-IlncRnil.
At Hnrtwell Mrs. Frossmnii, wife of
the ticket agent at the Bee Line road,
was tnnd-bngged at tho olllcu und
choked into Insensibility by a thief, who
stolo $160 from tho drawer and escaped.
1 ne woinnn was unconscious lor sev
In the Illinois Senate yesterday a bill
was pacd providing that physiology
and hygiene, shall be taught in thu pub
He schools, with cpecinl refcrenco to
the effect of alcoholic stimulants ou thu
IHer the l'nlls In n llont,
James Legg of Totowa was swept by
tho swift current over tho Patterson
Falls wlillo trying lo cross tho river
above tho fulU In a largo boat, which
A Holdirr-MiKlcInn Killed.
J. "Wllilncr, a musician ot tbo Third
Artillery Band of Washington, was
killed by a train on tho "U ' road, in
New York, Tuesday 1
Our Stuck Is Complete
And every garment a ecasouablu bargain.
Have you seen tho suits wo aru selling for
$S.S0, $10 and $13.50, guaranteed perfect
Sitting and finished In Urst-class style?
Kisbxiam liKOu., 7th .fc K, Manufacturing
Clothiers and Tailors.
Washington Safe Deposit Co., 010 Vn.
1 ave, Storage Department all above ground,
(lames Won nnd Lost and Karri
'Pioin Yesterday's Extra. Oniric )
Por tlio third timo tho Giants won it
gainc from tho Senators ycstcnlny
Keefc Is to blame In grcnt part for tho
defeat, bo being unable lo ptitlbob.t1t
over the plate, except at Infrequent In
temilN, At last MOrrlll, In the fifth
Inning, went Into the box and pitched,
hut ibey look seven runs from hhrt in
the last three innings, Thu score was
HI toll in tuot or tbo New York.
Tiie game at Pittsburg yesterday was
one nf tbo most exciting of tho senson
Maul pul tho bull over the fence in the
second Inning and made a home run
In the ninth the home cliib tied tho
siore, nnd the Held was in an uproar
until Ihe tweirth Inning, when tho Pills
burgs won by a score of !l to 3. Snyder
nnd Bnkely were tho Cleveland battery;
Hlnley ami .Miller for thu Pittsburg.
The seoie wilslJ to 3,
Tho gnmc at Indianapolis had no
notible feature ye'trrdny except the
wild pitching of Hutchinson, Hegavo
even bason on bails, Buckley nnd
Hurdlck were tbo Ilooslcre' battery und
Parrcll and Hutchinson for Chicago.
The -eoru wits!) lo !! In favor of Chi
The Philadelphia boya had to light
hard for the victory, but they again tie
feiiled the Bostons yesterday by a scorn
of 10 to 8. Tho batteries wcro Schrivci'
und (Heaou for the home club nnd
bowdcrs and Kelly for tho Hustons.
The Nashville rnces begin to day .
nnd for thu lint time tills season such
horses as Proctor Knott, Come-to Taw,
Galen and Kusslu will ttarl.
No Itnri's itl llorrlns; Ilun.
The racing at tho Herring Kim I)r!
ing Park, near Biiltlmorc, wiisycter.I i.y
postponed on arcoutit nf the weather
The horses Hint were to participate hi
tlio races wero at tho track, and people
who went to tbo run stood under shel
lerniid watched them work, lloncct
tcr, the brown nnd sorrel pacer, which
Captain CVoso Myers brought from St
Louis last season, dropped dead In
fiont of BoiuVn firework establishment,
nn the road lo Herring Ilun Pas It track
The hoi so had 11 record of ii:!ll. If the
weather Is favorable the raco pro
gramme of yesterday at Herring Itiiti
will he Hotted today, regardless of tho
track. Messrs, Hcrdick and English
tiottlug horse book-makeiH, aro expect,
isl In make a book on to-duy's events.
Then' will also bo unction pools.
The Lexington trnck yesterday was
In splendid condition and thu attend
First race For it-year-olds. Six fur
longs. Koko won by two lengths, May
O. second. Time, 1:18.
Second race Three-fourths of amile.
Furfn'dellc led, but Neva O. passed her
Blessing, however, came up nnd won by
a short length. Time, 1 :17f.
'Third race Distillers' stiikcs, for nil
ages, Won by Hlndoocrafl, Libietto
second. .Time, 2:11.
Fourth race Seven-eighths of amile
Imolcnio kept ahead from the start,
winning by a length, Cheuy second.
Fifth moo Extra handicap. One
mile. Mnfd of Orleans first, Laiirn
Davidson second. Time, Is-llj,
The breeders' sale after thu races to
day was very successful, forty two
horses bringing .?1D,-1!K5.
Tho entries and weights far to-day's
races at Ivy City aro as follows:
First rnco I'urso jooO.ofwbieh $t()dlo
second: flvo furlongs. Blue Mno, 114; Lsn
gnr, lll'.Sourlrc, 101; Tom Kcnrns, lll;Tli
staff, 106; lllanclic, 0-1; Muluclii, W; Sinl
tlck, 111; logo, 10:i.
ftacohil r'uee A handicap sweepbtakts,
JMK) added, of which f 100 to second; ono
and 0110-slxtecnth miles. Lo Logas, 10-1;
Troy. 104; rocattllo, 101.
Third race lirenlwobdstjkcs, for S-ear-olds,
.fl.000 added, .$300 to second, ?1(X) to
third; five furlongs, Tom Klnloy, 107;
Mala Ally, 107; llararlan, US; Koscmont,
107: Murnlc Ilusriell, 107; Insight, 107.
Fotirtli race Army and Navy stakes, 'tM')
added, of which 'J00 to second; one mile.
Hoax, 110; lilggouet, I0S; Hrait, 117; I.c
Fifth race Stceplceliase (full course),
for members of tho Jockey Club; puree
$340, of which $50 to second. Shylock, 100;
Cracksman, UK); Slmsvlllc, 100; Kiltoloe,
100; Vmus, 100.
The Washington nnd Boston nines'
w ill occuiiy boxes ut Kcrnuu's to-mor
It is said that Indianapolis is going to
release Puul Hlnes. Wushlngton needs
Mr. hp.dding yesterday wired Prc-i
dent Hewett usklng what prlco ho set
upon Sweeney's release, but thu Wash
Ington manager answered that lie did
not want to let him go.
Tlio annual meeting of tho 11.111 Play
ers' Brotherhood will be held when the
Western clubs of tho League come East
Ted Sullivan has sailed for Europe
nnd it Is rumored thnt he will organize
a couple of exhibition teams ou the
Commutation fur C'oiifeaslun.
Judge Bradley has reduced tho sen
tenco of Florence Jewell, thu mulatto
girl, romictcd of perjuring herself in
the divorce case of Beale vs. Bc.ilo,
from fic years at Albany t,o three years
Beforu shu took the stand in court sho
confessed her perjury lo some of tho
Jail ofilclals, who had not reported it,
and shu ulso assisted after her convlc
lion In convicting tho others engaged
In the perjury with her,
Tuu lnrge6t stock of trunks and traveling
baps to 6clcct from In the city, In all styles
and Fbapcs, at tho old, reliable trmtk-bou-o
of Knctssi's, 4U5 Seventh street northwest,
next to Odd-IVllows' Hall,
AldenAVorlcy, who lives near Hoekdsle,
Texas, says that he and other men killed
300 rats In his pastures In ono day, nnd
could have killed mote, only they got tired
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