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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 188D,
. ' 4'.
ltFou khy Fi'.rrr visit nil. whitk,
v' chiropodist. HID IM avo, opposite
WHIrnV lintel All diseases or tho feet sin
crMnlly trrnlitl by Mr. A (I Wliltn, mm of
ho hlto llcorco A. Whit Dr. White) has
ttcn connected with his father's bnslness
lire ami In Italtlmoro fur nrurly nlnclnrn
Stars. Ilstiibllshcd In Washington twit. JVe,
lljcrvlslt. Hours, H to 0; Kundays. II in 18.
jggpKNJtJUTS RUt.DKN KAOLK.
1'ostponed ball of Columbia I'nmmap If rv
KVKNINO, Uth Instant. Tickets ilutcil April
'.'4 are ituoil.
Y 0. TOWNSKNl), Chairman.
BCvrf-KKItlAirHAVINHH AND BUILDING
NKW WD I8HUK OP 8T0CK
The books for subscription to stock In tho
ixrw lad Indue of the He rial Having anil IJulUt
tnir Association arc nowopn nndduesenn ho
iaiii on the name any day from l) o'clock a m,
to 4.C0 o'clock p. m. at the office of tho Hcre
far; and Treasurer, John A. 1'rcscott, Helloes"
Ilufldlnic, No. 1410 F street northwest. Blum
tui fl each, cnmmrnclnn with Mar nnd pay
ntle monthly thereafter. Tho lat Issue of
Mock was the Inmost tho ''Serial" ha made,
and the promt one, It Is expected, will ho ns
lame, II not larger. The business of the
"f'crlal" for the pant car has been exception
ally prosperous. Nobcttcropportnnllycould
to offered for Investment of monthly navlngi
where Interest at the rate of Oper cent, per
annum I promts d and always paid.
IIOIIKUTH. CAMI'HKLL, President,
617 10th street n. w.
141U Kst 11. w.
d. s. noniim & co.
Jl3.8thst. n. w.
PINE STATIONKflY, KNVKLOI'KS
Manufacturers' Agcnta for Taper Boies.
PArKIt AKD I'mNTEUS' HUN'LIKS.
run. kiock ok new stylkh
Can lie seen at
c. a. MuminrANV.
J!MW P (fTHETET NOnTlIWKST.
iuik lowest miens ouaranteed.
-NfcW GAS COOKING ItANHES-
Tb lk-st for tho Price.
TANNKIC8 BTENOortAnilC AND
Conducted Personally by
(Late Chief Monographer, New York State
Leglslatnre and Supreme Court.)
No 131S V street (Hun Uulldlnc).
Expert Hhort-hand and Typo-wrltlnc Work,
Including foreign languages, solicited at the
nraal rates. bTUDKNTdln Short-band and
Type-writing received at any time. Stenog
raphers furnished bu'lncss men. Circulars,
Telephone Call, lin-'J.
-THE WASIIINOTON ATtcniTKOT
UHAL IKON AND IllllUOli WOIIKH,
KDWAltD L. DENT. M. B
The best facilities In the city for all kluds
of Iron work.
Mccl lleams, Angles, etc., always In stock.
Hne Ornamental Casts and Wrought Iron
Itcpalrs and general machlno work done la
the best nmunernnd at short notice.
Pole Licensees In tho District of Columbia
for tho "Ooetz-Mitchcll" system of Beam
Anchors and I'otcctors.
Works: Cor. 33d and Water 6treots;ToIe
Offite: 1413G Street n. w.; Telephone, 429-2.
Washington, D. C.
t33ITIB COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK
I of Washington. D. 0., Oil T st. n. w.,
Deceives Deposits, Loans Monoy. Issues
Drafts, Transacts a General Banking Busi
ness. Location central and convenient, i'
ittreet cars and herdlcs run In front of oar
door; Oth street cars ran a few rods east of
our building; 7th street and 11th street oars
only two blocks away; II street and Pa. avo.
sars only three blocks away. 1). II. WAHNKIt,
President; A. T. BItlTTON. Vice-President;
B. 8. PARKER. Cashier. Directors; Chas. D.
Valley, Wm. S. Barker, Alex. T. Brltton,
Chas. C, Dnncanson, Jolin Joy don, Albert
F.yor, John K. Ilcrrlll, BenJ. P.Lelghton,
Hugh McCullocb, Crosby 8. Noyes, M. M.
Parker, O a. Staples, Oeorgo Trnosdell,
Benrr K. Wlllard. B, IW Warner.
Cmfeotlonery,Jnro Candles, Cakes, Pies,
Nats. Foreign and DomeRtlo Fruits, at
OEOUOE W. WEIDlfAN'S,
303 Pa. aye, s. e.
Kijr-KINGSLEY BnOS.' CItEAMERY CO.
BZSSS standard Cash Prices
Per our unequalled dairy products delivered 'I
oy our Aiacraey tiaio waras wagons.
The best pure sweet milk, per qt So
" " cream " S4o
" " buttermilk, per qt 4o
" " skim milk, per qt 4o
K. B. Creamery Print Bntter.our own make,
the best and parest,4 ce. per pound.
Twenty-six 4-cent tickets for SI can be ob
tained from our wagons or at office, OS) and
Ml D street northwest.
tSST-THOSEWHO DESIRE COMFOKT IN
3S' hot weather nlaco their order for
l' Shirts early In spring, so call on IS T. HALL,
V06 V St. n. w., sblrt maker and furnisher.
35TP1III.I,11'8, LAMAlt & ZACIIIIY,
1315 F street.
coal, iron ana TimDer Lands.
A. S. HANDLE ben to call thasneelal at
tention of persona desiring to acquire snok
property In lug or small tracts at the very
lowest prices. Full particulars on applica
tion. Address 803 7th it. n. W.. Washlng
ton. D. C.
TOlt IUBXTUU USXli.
AdetrtUmunti vnatr MM mad Jour tin tier
leu, S3 ttntior one- initrtton; SO ctnli for Uuct.
I ?CllENTArEW CORNER HOUSE;
southern exposure; 8-room brick; a per
fect little gem; rent mnderato to reliable
party, Address RELIABLE, Crltlo office.
1T01 It I avo n w, 17 rs
1413 Mass ave, 17 rs
1409 Mass avo n w
1228 M st n w, 15 rs
IMC N st n w, 15 rs
irso Mast avo, 17 rs ,
J' stn w, lars
1700 isth st n w, 10 rs
1123 10th stnw, is rs
lea Mass ave, 13 is
1 101 Stoughtonst, His
1728 1 stnw, 13 rs
1K0 14th st 11 w, 0 rs, and storo..
I0l82iststnw.lt rs ,-...
UtiOBst n w. w h...
, 208 M
, 2(10 00
, 123 00
, 123 00
, 110 07
. 113 00
, 100 00
, 83 33
, 83 ai
M3 uth st n w, 13 rs 73 00
1323 y st n w, 11 rs 7a uu
t02Estnw, Urs ,... 73 00
2023Ostnw. llrs, and st.iblo 70 00
001 1Mb stnw CO 67
jwaistnw, or 03 00
1413 N stn w, llrs 0300
82-1 12th st n w, store and dwg CO 00
013 lllllyer Pla.'e, rs ,.. 0000
1448Nstn w, 10 r 53 00
l'jil N et 11 w, B rs 5000
nOSWstn W.719 43 00
1W3 16th st n w, u r 43 00
lias rierca I'laco, lors 4joo
ltoiostnw.O rs Moo
1184 Conn, ave, 10 r 4000
S410 14th st n w, 10 r 4000
1400 Chapln st, 0 r 40 00
1C07 13th st n w, 10 r 40 00
ISSO lllggs st n w, 8 1 , 33 00
waa itigga st n w, 0 rs 3300
IWfllMUbtn w,Cr soon
1524 20th at n w, 8 rs v " "
HOT Caroline st, 7 rs 23 00
2281sttH W.B rs , ,, 13 00
323 1st st W. 6 rs 15 00
The above houses cau bo examined by per
mit from our nftlco only.
THOMAS J, FISHER A CO..
1321 Y stnw.
btiA!2thst, 15rs $10000
27 Iowa Circle rs. 83 31
3327 N st n w, 13 rs 0000
1(129 22d st, 10 rs 63 00
HJHNstn w.ors.. 5000
1CW Vermont avo, 10 rs 60 00
225 A st n e, 8 rs 33 00
2-.3Astnc,Hrs , 1,,,,,. 3131
.' C st n e, fl rs ,. , so 00
1 and 3 Saul Building 27 00
27 Iowa Circle, furnished 123 00
1228 Pa avo, Brs U 50
1415 11 st 11 e, homo and storo 10 30
532 21st et, 13 rs 00 00
617 Sjiruto st, 8 rs 32-50
Mil W st n w, 8 rs 24 80
017 10U1 st, d rs 13 30
113 II st n e. 5 ra and stable..
1320tUst ni, 5 rs
Ita K st a , 0 rs
1500 Gales st, Ors .,..
UBladcnsburgruad, Oro '
IMMstse, Org., ,, , , n
, S hooios, 13th and Kentucky avo.,,....
I uincniu 1'iacv, s rs ,.
C1U0. B. BANEU,
S W.VUr. )UUH1UIUiB,Wi
jttA-t, M jvi tmi ..tittj
KST'Turmn: ih iikhkiiy (iivkm that
-" the t inscription hook til the Ueorco
town and Trnalijtown Ilallnud Company
will le or'"" for sulirrlitlon on HVTUIl
DAY, May 4. IfM and for ten days next en
rnlnr; thcreaitcr, nt the nnlec of tho .Vatlonal
Metropolitan Hank, OKI), II It. Will TK,
lly ordtrorthn 1'ooidof Director.
It. (,'. IlKIIM, President
JOHN L. ltKALL,l-ccrctnry.
KJJfr-LADIKHI LAT)IE8I LADIESI .
:ss' Mrs. McCaffertv l the only hat
and bonoet-fmmo mannfacturer In the city,
Call and tee her new ihnpos. Illeaehlng and
pressing, btraw and Kelt Hats altered to
tho latent lyle. Orders promptly attended
to. " 10(111 fl street n. w.
BSsy-posiorrnT! notice (should iib
zxf liKin DAtLV by all Intnrejtcd, ns
hanges may oecnr at any time). Letters for
foreign countries need not be specially nd
drrsred for dispatch hy any particular
stenmrr, except when It Is desired to "end
duplicates of banking and commercial (loon
ments, letters not specially addressed being
rent by tho fastot ve-sxls available.
ForelRn malls for tho week ending May I
will close (promptly In alt cases) nt thl office
MONDAY. At 8 p. m. for Tort an l'rluce
and Jacmcl, per s. s. Print Maurlts Hotter
ftom Cnraroa, Venezuela, Trinidad, British
and Dutch Uulana must be directed "per
I rlns Hnurlts"); at3 p. m. for Bellie, (luatn
mnla, and Puerto Cortex, per s, s, City of
Dallas, from New Orleans.
lUHKDAY. AtaJOp. m. for Ireland, por
H.S.Wisconsin, la (iueeustown (letters for
(treat Britain and other European countries
mnst b directed "per Wisconsin); at 3 p. m.
for Blueflelds, per s. 9. W. (I. Howes, from
WEDNE8DAY.-At !l a.m. for Belgium di
rect, per s. a. I'cnuland, via Antwerp (letters
must be directed "per Pcnnlund")at3a. m.
forlreland, pcrs. s. city of Now York, via
(Jneenstown; letters for Great Britain ami
other hnrotiean conntrles must bo directed
"ptr City of New York"); at 3.10 q. m. for
Europe, per s. s. Trnvc. via Soutlmmpton and
Bremen (letters for Ireland must bo directed
"prrTrave"): nt 10 a m. for Central America
and Couth l'aelllo ports, per 9. s. City of Para,
via Asplnwall (letters for Guatemala must ho
dlitottd ''pertltyof Para"); at 1 11. m. for
Campeehe, Chlaps, Tabasco and Youcatan,
per s. s. City of Alexnmlrlu (letters for other
Mexican States and Cuba must be directed
"per City of Alexandria").
THURSDAY, At 1 p. m, for Bermuda, per
s. 9. Orlnoca; ntnp.m, torTruxlllo and Itua
tan. rer . s. H. Oterl. from New Orleans.
SATURDAY. At 4 a. m. ror nance,
tswitxcrland, Italy, Spain and Portugal, per
s. s. Ln Uourgognc, via Havre; at 5 a, m, for
Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands
and Austria per s. s. Auranla, via Queens
town (letters for other European countries
must bo directed "per Auranla"); at 5 o.m.
for German?. Denmark, Sweden, Norway,
Itnssla and Turkey, tier s s. t'ulda, via
Bremen (letters from Gieat Britain, Ireland,
Belgium, Netherlands unci Austria, via South
ampton, must bo dhected "per rulda");atB
a. m. for Scotland direct, per s. s. Dovonla,
via Glasgow (letters must be directed "per
Dcvonla"); at 0 a. m. for the Netherlands, via
Kottcrdam.per . a Vecndam (letters must
be directed "per Vecndam"); at 11 a. tn. for
Jamaica, Jacmcl and Aux Caycs, per s. s.
Alo; at 1p.m. for l"rogrcsso, per s. s. M. L.
Vlllavero, la Havana (letters for other Mex
ican StntciTtnust be directed "porM. L. VII
lavere"); at I p. tn. for Jamaica, Greytown,
Belize, Guatemala, Puerto, Cortex uud Trux
Illo, per s. s. Hondo.
SUNDAY. At 3 p. m. for Costa Rlcn, via
Llmon, pers. s. Foxhnll, from Now Orleans,
Malls for Australia, Now Zealand, Hu
wallan, HJI nnd Samonn Islands, per s. s.
Alamedn (from San Hranotsco), close here
Apill28th, at 7 p. m. (or on arrival nt New
lorkof 9. s. Auianla, with British malls for
Australia), Malls for China and Japan, per
s. s. Gaello (from San Francisco), close hcio
May Sth. at 7 p. m. Malls for the Hawaiian
Islands, per s. h. Umatilla (from San Fran
Cisco), close hero May 18th, at 7 p. m. Malls
for the Society Islands, per ship Tahiti (from
San nnnclsco), closo hero May '25th, at 7 p.
m. Malls for Cuba by rail to Tampa, Flu.,
nnd thence by steamer, via Key West, Fla ,
close at this offico dally at ".TO a.m.
Thoschcdulo of closing of Trans-'Paclflo
malls Is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted overland transit to ban Fran
cisco. Malls from the East arriving on time
at San Francisco 011 tho day of sailing of
steamers are dispatched thence tho same
day. Keglstered mall closes at 11.30 p. m. pre
T. L. JAMES, Acting Postmaster.
PosiomcE, Nkw Yonn, N. Y.. April i.1), 18H0.
VA XTE VIIEZ I'.
AdrtrUtmtnta undtr Ml htad, four llnti or
Uft,'JS centi for one Imtrtlon; 60 cent for titte.
L'aDIeTto MAKE' wioitSTElTADVEff
tlsemcnt Cards at home; $4 tn $8 weekly;
ontflt.lOc. Scdgewlck No oly Co.,New Haren,
Adrertlimmtivndtr IMi htad, four Una or
en, S3 cent! for m Imtrtlon; 60 centi for thi ee.
BOSTON LADY, ACCUSTOMED TO A
nice home, would llko tho oharce of a
house ln this eltr durlns tho absencu of the
Inmlly. Address M., Crltlo office.
ANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER
bought tor cash br WM. F1HEDK-
Ricfl, the manufactures Jeweler, 005 7th
St., opp Patent Office.
Adtertliementt under thU head, fourtlnetor
lea, 3 tenti for one Insertion; 60 ctnti for three.
STREET NORTHWEST, NO. 031, LARGE
front room: southern exposure: suitable
or ono or two sentlement references ex
TTOR RENT-1421 Q STREET. NEXT TO
JC the corner 15th st, five floors; arranged
for office use; hot water, heat throughout,
and all ln the best condition. W. S. THOMP
SON, Pharmacist, 703 15th st
Aduttttementivnder tnti head, four tinea or
test, 23 centtfor ont Imtrtlon; 60 cef for tn ee,
tract your tooth, go to the, BALTI
MORE DENTAL AbSOCIATION, If'st s w,
nnd get satlslactlon.
DRAWING AND PAINTINO-IN ORDER
to show the rapid progress of pupils at
the Academy of Fine Arts, 804 K street north
v, est, those commencing immediately will bo
recelt ed for one month for almost nothing.
Classes now forming for art students, parents
and little children. Free exhibition of paint
ings daily and Wednesday evenings.
JCBTH'8 OLD STAN D IS THE ONLY
place where first-class second-hand cloth
ing can be sold at respectable prices. Ad
dress or call at 019 D st. n. w.
tou a Art; anh ickxt,
TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN '
THOS. K. WAGOAMAN, 817 F street.
Chances made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
THREE -STORY BRICK AND FRAME
HOUSES 1 OR SALE,
Oth st. bet K and L n w , $30,000
400 M stn w, bh, ml. 11 r &',S00
t23 nnd W5 H st n w, u h, and 6 houses
0181 stnw, bh, ml,12rs 10,000
173011 stnw, bh.ml, 14 rs lS.ooo
61 lltli st n w, b h, m 1. 8 rs 13,000
4158dstn w, bh.rn I, II rs 12.500
1013 10th st n w, b b, in 1, 10 rs 12,000
K0 M st n w, b b. m I, lira 11,000
207 G st n w, b b, in I, lors 8,000
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
22t0tn23IBdystnw,bh, 4rs $10,000
2ti2lto2iHJlldyBtn w, bh,4 rs 13,700
2211 to 2220 10th stnw, bh.srs 13,000
a tiU7tlit road 11,300
1733 to 174.1 E st n w, 0 1 9,000
701 to 709 Farrugut st 11 w, b h, 5 rs U.000
ld04Rstnw, 1 li,8is...r 7,000
1 to 0 alley bet M unci N, 12th and l'ltli
Btsn w , 0,000
1119 to 113U 23d st 11 w, f h,4r 0,000
733 2dBtnw, bh.srs.,, 2,000
UNIMPROVED PROPER1T FOR SALE.
K st, bet 16th and 17th n w 4 00
Pa ave, bet tth and 7th sts s u 300
Del ave, bet II and o sts no 1 60
10th st. bet M and Nnw 1 73
18th st, bet Land Mn w 1 50
24th Bt, bet L and M n w 160
Hopkins Bt, bet Gaud Pn w 123
list, bet Nil nvo and 23th Bt 11 w. ,..,.. 123
19) st, bet Canal and O n w 1 00
N e corN II nvo and I'st 11 w , 70o
HOUSES FOR RENT,
Tho Maltby, N J avo and list 11 w 81,000
ibis I st n w, fur, H rs 123 00
ox' P st n w, fur, 1J r , 80 00
18S9 1, n n w, 10 1 73 00
1788 F st a w, 18 rs 00 00
2(1811 stnw, 11 is 00 00
511 F stnw, 10 rs 60 M
1331 Corcoran stn w, 13 is , 5000
2818Pstnw,10 is 50 00
153714th stnw, 8 18 v 4300
tt)0 1) st n w, 10 rs 10 50
3I0Maploavo, Lu Droit Paik, llrs. .. 40 00
mo 11 si 11 w, 7 rs 1000
1414 llth stnw, llrs M 00
ISHiitliBtnw, 7rs sow
lB.X) Kingman Place n w, 7 rs M00
Tennallytown Road, 8 rs. 23 00
21011 sin w, 7r 2350
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as II. H. bonds; 0 per cent., payable
quartcily; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pio
In snms to suit at 0 per cent.
'1 he abovo Is only a portion of the property
on my books. For fall list call at offiov lor
bulletin, Issued on the 1st aad 15th,
MtAr.sm tu.J)la n
ro n ha 1. nnous r.s.
v, -v, vi-
1, one half square east of Connecticut
ave; finnlorntlon; best condition; 8
room bilek;2baths;chi'up SS'OO
,N, near 15th st. n. w.l-room hrl k,largn
lot: flno location: overlooks Vice
President Morton's: very cheap .
11, near 15th st. 11 w.,8room brick; well
Kill, near M st n.w, 10 morn brlcki ex
'liem onier ,
l.Mli st. near U st n. w. 8-room brlok:
For permits to Inspect above houses apply
11. K. GILBERT A CO.,
023 V st 11 w.
OR HAIJt-BKVKnAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
fl-room houses, with bath, rnnire. etu.. In
the noithwest: near Uth and 7th st, oars
price only $2,800 each; It street, near 14tb,
$11, Boo. Also on Cleveland nvenno,
llrs, for $2,tlou
OnH, bet Kith and 17th sts...i.. C,OO0
" II st, bet 1Mb and lilth sts (I.tvoo
"intb. betTanrt U sts 7,r00
" lath, bet I'and u sts (l.ROO
" U.betinth and 1-tth sts.wlth stable 7.000
" Boundary, near Oth st. new house. 3,'230
" Marlon st, bet nth nnd7lhn w 4,350
Apply to J. W. P. MYERS SON,
1 120 Now York avo.
RANK B. CONGER,
1413 F Street.
noWESPORBALK-N W. SECTION.
Massachusetts avo . $00,000, $53,000, $43,000,
$1,C00, $35,000, $25,000
Connecticut ave., $35,000, $30,000, $,000,
Vermont ave , $34,000, $20,00(1.
llliodn Island ave., $38,000. $30,000, $23,000.
loth street, $100,009, $73,000, $37,000.
18tb street, $28,000.
I stieet, $-V(XO.
K street, 131.0P0.
M street, ps.ooo, $40,000, $30,000.
N Street, $50,00), $33,000' $17,000, $18,000.
P street, $looo, $8,000, $7,500.
(J street. $20,000
lllllyer l'lare, $18,000.
New Hampshire nve. nnd 23th St.. $OJ0.
Ilnues under $.xi.000 and unimproved prop
erty In all parts of thn city.
FRANK B. CONGER,
1115 F street.
mWO OR I ItESI'ECT.tTlLB MECHANICS
I enn get neatly fumlsheil rooms, with
first class boanl; bath; gas; oarly" breakfast;
$3awctk apiece. 714 5th stnw;
Baltlmoro & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In Effect March lOtb, 1889.
Leave Washington from Station Corner of
New Jersey avenue and O street.
Foil CnicAuo nnd Northwest, Vestlbnlod
Limited express daily 8 53 a. m., express 9 03
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3.00 nnd 11,10 p. m.
Ion PiTTKBunu nnd Cleveland, Vesllbnled
Limited express dally 8.53 a. m, and express
l'on LExiaTON and Local Stations 1 10.10
Fon TUiTiJioni:, weekdays, G-00, 8.30, 6.40,
7.30, 8.S0, 0.30 (43 mlnutos), 9.43. 11.23, (13 min
utes) a. in., 12.10, 2.03, 2 30, (43 minutes), 3 13
(43 minutes) 3.23,4 30, 4.33, 5.30, 0.13.0.40,7.30,
8 00,9.43,10 30 and 11 JO p. m. Sundays, 0 30,
8 30,9.80,0 43,11.25 a. m.; 1.15, 805, 230,323,
4 30,4.33,0.43, 7.30, 8 00, 9.43, 10.30 and 11.30.
Fon Wat Stations between Washington
nnd Baltimore, B 00, 0 40, 8 JO a. m 12.10, 3.23
4 33, 0.43, 11.30 n. m. bundays, 8,30 a. m 1.13
02S, 4 35, 0 43, 11.30 p.m.
Tiiains leave Baltlmoro for Washington,
weekdays, 5.10, BJ, 6 30, 7.15, 7.20, 8o0(44
minutes), POO, 9 03, 10.13 (43 minutes), a. m ;
12.15, 1.43, 2 00, 3 00, 4.15 (43 minutes), 5X0, 6.00,
0 SO, 7.60, 8 05, 10 03, 10.10 and 11.00 p. m. Sun
days, 0 30, 7.15, 8 00 (45 minutes), 9 00, 0 03, 10 23
a.m., 13.60, 1,45, 8 00, 4.15, 5.00,6.30, 7.50,8 05,
10 03, 10.10 and 11.00 p.m.
ton ANNAroi , 0 40 and 8 30 a. m., 12.10 and
4.33 p. m. On Sundnys, 8 30 a. m., 4 33 p. m.
Leave Annapolis 0.40, 8 37 a.m., 12.03, 4.10 p.
m. Sundays, 8J7 a. m., 4.10 p. m.
Fon stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
to 33, 810.10 n. m., 11,13 p. rn. (or principal sta
tions only, tlO.10 a. m t4 33 and t3 30 p. ra.
Fon GAiTiiERsncna and Intermediate points,
tO.OO n. in , tl2 30. T4.40, 3 33, til JM p. m.
Fon IIotd's and Intermediate stations, 17.00
p. in., 110.00 p. m.
Ciiuncu train leaves Washington on Sunday
at 1.13 p.m., stopping at all stations 00 Met-ropolltan-Branuii
FonFntDziiicK. 110.10 a. m, 14.33 and 15.30
p. m. Sundays, 1.13 p. m.
Fon IIagkkm-own. ilO.10 a. m. and 15.30 n.m.
Trains AnniVE from Chicago dally 8.33 a.
tn. and 9 33 p. m.; from Cincinnati and St.
i.ouisuaiiv ti'M a, m. nna 1.0a o. m: 2
Pittsburg 8.35 a. m., 17.20 and 9..13 p.m.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS
ION. Foil New Y011K, Trenton, Newark and Ellz
Bbith, N.J.,1800, '9.30, 11.23 a. m., 2J0,
4.15 and 10.30 p. m. Buffo t Parlor Cars on
all day trains. Sleeping car on tho 10.30 p.
ni.. open at 9.00 p. m.
Fon PiiiLApxtruTA, Newark, Wilmington
nnd Chester, 18 00, 9J0, 'lli'S a. m., J.30,
4.15, 8 00 and 10.80 p. tn.
Fon Atlantic City, 11.SS a. ra.
Fon iNTiRxxniATE points between Balti
more and Philadelphia, o.so a, m, 2.03and
14 so p. m.
Trains leave New York for Washington,
8 30, tll.OO a. m 1.39, 2.80, l.45 p. m. and
12 00 night.
Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington,
4.10, '8.15, Ml.lS a. m. , tl.43, U5, 'WSand
7.30 p. m.
t Except Sunday. Dally. (Suaday only.
Baggage called for and checked from hotels
and residences by Union Transfer Company
on orders left at ticket offices, 619 and 1331
wVm! CLEMENTS, CUA8. 0. SCULL,
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't.
The Great Pennsylvania Route
To the North, West and Southwest.
Double Track, Splendid Scenery,
Mecl Ralls. Magnificent Equipment
In Eitict FxaiiDAnr SI, 1889.
Trains leavo Washington from station, cor
ner of Sixth and B streets, as follows:
Fon PiTTSBunn and the West, Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullman Vestlbuled Cars at
0 60 a. m. dally; Fust Line, 9 50 a. m. dally to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and IlarrlsburK
to St, Louis: dally, except Saturday, to Chi
cago, with Sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago.
Western Express at 7.40 p. m dally, with
Bleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St,
Louis, ronnectlng daily nt Ilarrbburg- with
through BleenerH for Loulsvlllo and Memphis.
Pueltla Express, 10 00 p. m. dally for Pittsburg
and tho West, w ith through Sleeper to Pitts
burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago,
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD
Ion Erie, CANANnAinoA and Rochester
daily; for Buffalo ami Niagara dally, except
Saturday, 10.00 p. m., v. Ith Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
For WiixiAUsronT. Lock Haven and El
mini, at 9.60, a, in. dally, except Sunday,
For New York and the East, 7.20, 9 00, 11.00,
and 11.40 a. m ; 2.10, 4.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p. m.
On Sunday, 0 09 11.40 a. m.; 8.10,4 10. 10,00 nnd
11.20 p.m. Limited Express of Pullman Par
lor Cars, 9 40 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and
3.43 p. m. dully, with Dining Cur. .
Fon Boston without chango, 2.10 p. m. every
Fon BnooKLTN, N. Y., all through trains
connect nt Jersey City with boats of Biooklyn
Annex, affording dliect tiansfcr to Fulton
strei t, nvoldlug double ferrlago across New
For PiiiUncLriiiA, 7 0, 810, 9 00, 11 00 and
11.40 a. m., 8.10. 4 10,0 00, 8.10, 10.00 and 1120
p.m. On Sunday, 9 00, 11.40 a, m , 810.4.10,
CCO, 8.10, 1000 and 11.20 p.m. Limited Ex
ptess, ull Parlor Cars, 9 40 a. ro. week days,
and 3.43 p. m. dally, with Dining Cars.
Fon Atlantic City, 11.00 and 11.40 a, m.
Foil Baltimore. 0.33, 7.S0.8 10, 0 00, 9.40, 9 50,
11 00 anil 11 40 a. m 1203, 2.10, 3.43, 4.10, 4 20,
4.40,0 00,7.40, 8.10, 1000 nnd 11.20 p.m. On
bunday,900,D05, 9 50, 11.40 a. nl 8.10, 3.43,
4.10, 0 00, 7.40, 8.10, 10 OO and 11 20 p. ln.
Fon l'orn's Ciiltk Link, 7.20 a. m. anil 4.(0
p. m. dally, except bunday.
Fon Annafoi is, 7.20 and 0 00 a. m 12.03 and
4 40 p. m, dally, except Sunday, Sundays,
4 00 a. m., 4.10 p, m.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND
Tor Alixanpiiia, 4.30, 6 33, 7.23, 8 40, 0 43,
10 57 a. m 12 0-1 noon, 2 05, 3 40, 4.23, 5 W, 0 01,
6(0, 10.es nnd 1137 p.m. On Sunday at 4.30,
9.45, 10 57 a.m., 8 30,0 01, 8 05 and 10 03p.m.
Auosiiiouation for Quantlco, 7.23 a. ra. and
6 00 p.m. weekdays,
Fon Ruiiuond ami tho South, 4 SO, 10.67 a.
tn. dully, and 3.10 p. m. dully, oxcepl Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria lor Washington,
6 05, 7.05, BUI, 9,10, 10.13, 1107 a. m., 1.20,
3 00, 3 21. 5.10, 0.30, 7.03, 9 32, 10 I.' and 11.05 p.
m. On Sunday ut 9.10 and 11.07 a. m., 800,
6 10. 7 116, 0.32 and 10.42 p. m.
pickets and Information at thooftlco, north
east corner of T hlrtccnth street and Pennsyl
vania au'nue, nnd at tho station, wheio
orders can bo left for tho checking or baggage
to destination from hotels and residences,
CHAS. K. PUGH, J. It. WOOD,
Gutoral Manager General Passenger Agent,
Chosapoako and Ohio Route.
Schedule in effect FEBRUARY 20, lbS9.
Trains letno Union Depot, Oth and B streets.
1UD7 a. , tor newport nows, um roint
Comfort and Norfolk dally. Arrive In Old
Point at 0.33 p. m. and Norfolk at 7.00 p.m.
Through parlor cau to Old Point Comfort
dully, except Sunday.
11.21a. m. For stations on tho Chesapeake
nnd Ohio In Virginia. West Virginia and Ken
tucky dally. Sleeping cars Washington to
Charlottesville and Cluulottcivllle to Cincin
nati bunday tialu runs only to Clifton Forge.
8.80 r. M. Fast Western Express daily,
Solid train, with Pullman Bullet Hleuplng
Cars to Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati; Pullman
Bervketobt, Louis, Memphis and New Or
leans. Office, 513 Pennsylvania avenue.
U, W. rUIiHB, Gen, Paw. Aecnt.
Sporting Extra !
WITH THE RESULT OF
Here anil Elsewhere,
ln All Pails of the Country.
Read the Extra!
.1 11c nil Si hai.i'.s.
TrNCANl-ON (HtOf., AttetlonecM. '
PAIR FINn SEAL-lilttrVN CARRIAGK '
1IORH18, Et.l.MANT I VNDAH. IIAND
KOJrtE BROl'GIIAMS (W. Pit POLK AND I
8HA1-TS), KI.i:GNT (JIIEK.'J M-110I)Y
VICTORIA, KINK DOtll 1.11 MET It.Mt
NKSH. hll.VKR MOUNTED NII HANi'
MADE. COST J.1.MI: I1KARHKIN CM'EH,
mil IIOIIIX, LI VERY Kill I'M, PI.DHIl
ANII CI OTH LAP ItOBKM, Ac. Ac,
BEING THE PROPERTY OF KX-PUKMI
On MONDAY. MAY 11, commencing at Vi
O LOCK NOON, we will sell nt the stables
of W OOll 111108., l street, between ICtb nnd
and 17th streets northwest, thn entire stablo
outAtof EX-PREHIOENT GROVKR CLKVE- '
,- 111s uariiiynrcensaryior ns loauempim
dfserlbe the articles, ns they are familiar to
every one 111 onr city, and consist of
1 Fine Landau, complete
I Handsome Brougham, Polo and Shifts
-Victoria, or Cabriolet (Queen's body).
1 Set Double Kllvr r-Mounted Harness.
Foot and Box Cushions, Rubber 8nlt,
i Livery Suits, Ughl.
3 " Green,
Fur Robes, Bearskin Capes,
Plush and Cloth Lap Robes.
. One Pair Fine Scnl-Browu Carrlago Horses,
large and stylish.
The carriages wero mado to order for Mr
CJoveland by Hundran A Co , llroomo street,
New York, who took extra core to have first
class workmanship displayed; tho vehicles
show very little wear.
The harness Is hand made and handsome,
Tho attention of pnrtlos desiring private
lurnonts Is particularly called to this sale.
UNCANI-ON BROS , Auctioneers.
Oi'HCK op Wasiiinotom Aorrntrrr.
Wasihxotok, I). C, April 21, ISBU.
Tbero will be sold at 2 o'clock p.m. FltlUA Y,
May J7. at tho site of the new reservoir, llvo
traice buildings and one gray mare, the rroii
rrty of tho I'nlted Matts. Terms cash. In
Government funds. Tho purohaser must re
move the buildings within thirty days from
date of sale, otherwise they will be torn
down by the United States.
JOHN .M. WII.S.ON, Colonel, U. S. A.
LORGE W, STICKNF.Y. Auctioneer,
itjo r sireot.
TRt'STLKS' 1AI.E OF VALUABLE UNIM
PROVED PROPERTY FRONTING l.'HI
FFKT ON HAREWOOU AVENUE, LB
DROITPARK. By virtue of acirtnln deed of trust, dated
bcplcmher 13, 1W, and recorded In llbcr No.
170, folio 493 ct. sen... one,or tho land records
for the District of Columbia, and at tho re
(most of tho party secured thereby, wo will
offer for sale. In front of the premises, on
SATURDAY, THE 4T1I HAY OFJIAY, 1839,
Ct5 o'clock p. m., tho following described
property sltunto in tho County of Washing
ton, D, C, to wit: Allot lots numbered one
in nnd two (J), In block numbered ten (10), of
the subdivision of laud known ns"LeI)tolt
Terms of rale; All cash, subject ton deed
of trust now on the property to secure the
sum of S.5CO. uavnblo three vears from Ken-
ttmbcr 15, 1887, Interest nt six per centum'
per iinnum, pnvnnio semi annually, A do
posit of S10O will bo required at timo of sale.
All cnmcyanclng and recording at pur
chaser's cost. Terms of sale to be complied
with In fifteen dnys from day of salo.
JAMES II. MARK, I -,.
JOHN T. ARMS. fTT'""'-
TMINCANSON BROS, Auctioneers
TRUSTEES' SALE OP BRICK HOUSE AND
LOTS ON CORNER FOUR-AND-A-HALF
STREET ANII N STRKEriLOTON AL
LEY BETWEEN THIRD AND FOUR-AND-A-HALF
AND M AND N STRF.RTH,
AND LOT ON FIRST STREET WEST.
BETWEEN P AND (J STREETS SOUTH
WEST. By vlrtuo of a diciec of the Supreme Court
of tno District of Columbia, passed In equity
oauscNo. 1130.1, WK, as trustees appointed
ln sold cause, will offer for sale on TUES
DAY, MAY SEVENTH, A. I). 18H9, at tho
hours and places named hciclnafter, tho following-described
pieces nnd parcels of land
and premises In the city of Washington, Dis
trict of Columbia:
AT FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., In front of tho
premises, the west ono hundrtd nnd tlfteen
(115) feet by the width of tho lot, twenty live
feet, of Lot ono (1), in square five hundred
anil forty five, Improv cd by Brick Dwelling
and htore. 41 and N streets southwest.
IMMEDIATELY AFTER, the west ono hun
dred and fifteen (115) feet by the width of tho
Lot twenty live feet, of Lot two, In square
five hundred and forty-flvo, lmprocd by
Brick Dwelling, on II street, between M anil
is streets somnwosi.
IMMEDIATELY AFTEn, thn north thirty
feet In depth by the width of the Lot of Lot
sixty-seven, In square Ave hundred and forty
Ave, situated In alley, bctw ccn 3d and 1) und
Stand N streets southwest, unimproved.
At SIX O'CLOCK P. M, SAME AFTER
NOON, In front of tho premises, the north half
of lot 5, In square numbered six hundred and
flfty-slx (050), situated on 1st street, between
Pand Qitiects s.w., unimproved.
Terms of salo One thlid cash, tho balanco
In two equal Installments, payablo In one and
two years thereafter, respectively; notes to
be given bearing Interest, nnd to be secured
by deed or deeds of trust on the property
cold or all cash, at thooptlon of tho purchaser
or purchasers. A deposit of $100 on each
Slei 0 sold at tho tl mo of mle; conveyancing
;c, at purchaser's cost.
HENRY WISE OMtNETT.
410 Sth st. n.w.
H. T. THOMAS,
4 and, Louisiana avo.
The Traveler's guide.
Arrival of Ilntlrouil Trains In VTiish
Ington. Arrivals nt II. and 1. Stlitlon.
From Boston 10.45 a. m. dally.
From New York and Phlladelpbla-4:10, 8-00
10:13 a.m., 2 IS, 3.10, 9.12 (limited) and 10 33
p.m. dally, 1:42, (4-00 limited) 8.10 and 8.30
p. tn. dally except Sunday.
From Philadelphia only 11:40 n. m. dally and
7.-03 n. ra. week davs.
From Baltlmore-4.10, 0 30, 8O0, 8 J3, 8 15, 0,33,
10.43, 11 40 a. m , 1:42, 2.15, 3.10, 4-00 (limited).
0.55, U.50, 710, 8 10, SX, i 12 (Congressional
limited) and 10.33 p. m. On Sundays, 4:10,
0.3O, 8-00, 9.33, 10.43, 11:40 a. m., 2.15. 3 10, 5:35,
8.30, 0.12 (Congressional limited), 10.33 p. m.
From Annapolis 8 00 a. m., l:r. 5.35 p, m. On
Sundays, 6.63 p. in.
From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elnlra and liar
rlsburg Dally 0:33 a. in, and 0.30 a, m. dally
From Pope's "reek Line 8 .33 a. m. week days
only and 6 50 p. ro. dally.
From Richmond and tho South 11.24 a, m,
3.40 and 11-00 p.m. On Sundays, HSU a.m.
and 11O0 p. in.
From Chicago and rittsburg 6.30, 9.3.1 a, m ,
6.35, 8:10 p.m. All dally.
From St. Louls-0.30 a. m. dally.
From Alcxandrla-Oi'3, 7.23, 6.20, 030, 10:33,
11:24 a.m., 1:10, 350, 3 40,6.30, 0.50. 7:23, 9.3J,
U.-C0, 11:23 p. m- On Sundays, 9 30, 1101, a.
rn S 20, 5.30, 7:20, 0.52, 11-00 p. m.
From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis via
Chesapeake and Ohio Route 9.40 p. m.
dally. From Cincinnati and way, 5.40 p. m.
dally except Sunday.
rom Old Point Comfort, Newport News and
Norfolk 3 40 p, m. dally except Sunday,
11:20 p.m. dally.
rtom Lynchburg, Bristol, Memphis, Mont
gomery and New Orlenns 11:13 11. m. dally.
From MemphU, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch
burg 9.40 p. m. dally,
From Lynchburg, Raleigh, Aiken, Atlanta,
Montgomery and New Orleans 7.00 a. m.
and 7,13 p.m. dally.
From Manassas, Strasbug and Way 10.15 a.
m. dally except Sunday.
From Lcesburg, Round Hill and Points on W,
nnd O. H. H.-8.30 a.m. dally and 3.58 p.m.
dally except Sunday,
Arrivals nt II. nnd U. SUtlon.
From Baltlmorn12,15, fl 30, 7:30, 8-05, 8.15, 8 30.
8 43, 10-00, 10 33, 11-00, 11:15 a, ml 1.50,
2 80,8.60.4 80, 6-00, 5.20, 0.33, 7:05, 8 00, 8.43,
8 55, 10 53 and 11 03 p.m.
Floin Phlladelphla-B.15, 11:15 a. m.; 3.30, 3I0,
7:15, 8 43 and 10.55 p. m.
Fiom Chicago and Plttsburg-8 33a. m. and
From Pittsburg, Grafton and Frcdeiick 7S0
p m week days and on Sundays from Grattou
From Cincinnati, St, Louis and Louisville
0 20 a. m. and 1.53 p. m , dally.
From Annipolls 6 JO und 10 00 a. m.j
150 and 6.33 p. in. On bundays 10 00
a, m. anil 0;i3p. in.
From Gallhersburg and way 7:40, 11:25 n, m.j
2.55, 7:10 anil 10.20 p.m. On Sunday 800 p.m.
Fiom Washington Junction and way 8 23,
9 30 a. m,; 4 05, 41.3 and 7:20 p. in, On Sun
days 8:25 a, in : 4:15 nnd 7.20 p m.
From Boyd's and way 8.20 a. m. week days
only. On bundays 10.23 a. m.
From Lexington and Valley Branch 4:!Sp. m,
On Sunda8 from Harper's Ferry only.
From Frederick and way 8:23 a. m, dally.
From New York-8:15 a. m,; 2.30, 3W, 7:15,
v o uxtji r 11 ;;. i r. ks tat :.
LEWIS & HKATOVPtTwEkT ENfl ADDI
TION. Tho highest and best part of Takoma Park,
just subdivided, only tlirco squares from the
statlun, and adjoining tho most thickly ct
tltd portion of the old Park,
A never-falling spring of puro water per
manently mined for tho use of tho lot own
ers. 1 he only lots any u heie near tho station
at first prices.
A complete abstract of title for all lots In
Takoma Park kept up to date.
Lewis a iieaton.
C29 F st n w.
T70H RENT-$5 PER MONTH, A SMALL
X new bouse and I acre of ground: high,
healthy location. Apply to GREEN BLADE
i tobltbbWW VlbW D-JLBBH"
OVER AT LAST.
Miijitr K.vilreUcr'fl Kspenslvn Work oti
tho Atilrlni't Titllliel,
l.fttc yistirtlny nftJ'rnnoii thu L'rosl
ilciil ntiprovcil I bo fitulltiis of tin: court
Mitrlinl hi tins case of Major i.yili'ukur,
nnd Hid Hrntcnrc wiw iiiiiniulgalml
Alnjorl.jtlcckcr wns fniiml guilty of tlm
IlrM, scenm), fourth, llflli nnil aixlli
Kliirlllrntloni, cxntit wlicii' It im
Unlcd In clllici of them Hint In cimii:
ipieiicc of liU neglect tin' rtmtractori
were enabled lo nnd did rviuln Hie 11'
iulrcnicnt8of tlirlr eontrnclt mid cau.si' I
delay In fiirnlslilng n needed increase In
tlio Rtipply of wntrr lo Wnslilngton und
cical pecuniary lois to (lie United
Klntcs, nnd of these cxierpls lie won tie
Of the third spcclllentliin he wns tie.
elnrctl not ntillly. The third Kpuclllcn
Hon nllcgeil that Mnjor Lydceker, with
mitimlng neccisnry diligence tOBatlify
himself thill. I he continctorx had fnlth
fully performed their wink, cntcictl
Inter nn nRreement with them to )),ty
llicm $78,270.01, Hint sum hclnR 8.1 per
cml. of thu percentage withheld front
them ns u guninntee for the faithful pci
fominnce of their w ork, ami on Jnutinty
14, 188H, did pay such Hum.
Thu Court a.iys In conclusion: "Of
the rhnrgc, 'guilty,' anil the Court does
Ihcrnfore sentenced him, Major Garrett
J. L.J decker, corps of cngluccra. lo
foifeit to thu United Stntcs one hundied
dollnrs ($100) per month of his pny for
nine 111011 Um, and to he reprimanded lu
ortlciA. The Couit Is thus lenient In
view of the evidence hefoie It, Hint, In
spaces so confined ns thosu nhove tho
nrch in (he tunnel, It wns almost Im
posslhlc to secutu thoroughly good
work under tho conlrnct Hystcm Im
posed hy law."
The sentence wns icvlewcd hy the
1'icslduit, who ninkis the following in
doiscmcnt upon thu papers:
The proceedings, (hidings nnd sen
lenccof thfcouit-iniutlnl In the citscof
Mnjor Unrrcll J. I.ydecker of Hit! corps
of engineers nre approved nnd will ho
curried into cJTtcl. Tho giavnmcn of
the offensu of this olllcer was
the neglect of it very high nnd Im
poilnnt duly. It is not very important
fiom n military standpoint whether it
pecuninry loss did or did not result lo
the Government. Hut Hint vciy great
loss nnd Inconvenience have been in
Dieted on the community hy thu delays
which hnvu resulted fiom tho failure to
discover pioinpHy the faulty and fraud
ulent character of the work is nppnient.
The sucgestltii that the strictest nnd
most faithful supei vision of thopiogrcss
of such a work Is powerleas to detect
and eonect tho shams which wcro prac
ticed by the contractors in Hits case Is u
discredit to the engineering piofesslon
The sentence imposed hy the couit
seems lo have given full effect lo every
suggestion Hint might mitigate the of
feil'.C. 11.N-JAMIN ilAItllt'-ON.
The funeral services of Hon. Wm. II.
llnrnum were held in Trinity Church,
nt Lime Hock, Conn,, yesterday, thu re
mains being hurled in the family lot.
Theio wile many prominent politicians
and others present, including ex-I'resl-dent
1.VAIA1. XUTiV VS.
INTHE SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, THU
10TII DAY OF APRIL, 1HHO.
ELLEN It. GOLDSI10I10UGH1
EDWARD T. QIIALTROIIOII
and ROUS LE81 IE RAY.
Executors of tho last will
and testament of
ELIZA L. RAY,
On motion of the plaintiff, by 71r. Enoch
Totti-n, her solicitor, It Is ordered that the
defendants, Edward F, (jualtroiigli nnd Ross
leslloltar, executors ot tho Inst will of
Ellra L. Ray, deceased, Charles M. Ray. Leila
It, Oualtiough, Mary it. Harrison and Eato
It. Mann, cnuso their appcaranco to bo en
tered herein 011 or before tho first rulo day,
occuirlng forty days after this day; otherwise
thccautowlllbc proceeded with us In case
The object of this suit Is to require and
compel an accounting of the personal estate
of Andrew Ross Ray, deceased, by tho exec
utors of tho last will of the said Eliza L.
Ray, tho said Edward F. Oualtrough and
Ross Leslie. Rny, nnd to establish a claim
against cirtaln real estate ln the District of
Columbia known as "Hay's Doik," and tho
dwelling homo and lot situated on tho north
east corner of F nnd Twentieth streets north
west, In tho city of Washington,
By tho Court:
W.S. COX, Justice, etc.
Truo copy Tost;
R.J, MEIGS, Clerk, etc.
By M. A. CLANCY, Ass't Clerk,
rojf SAI.E3118C :li,axj-:ous.
8AI.E.-48-INCII STAR BICYCLE;
Hi st class condition; 125. 2129 L st. n. w
I foil 8ALE.-BAY HORSE. 6 YEARS OLD,
: l(i hands high; good driver; work any
vt litre: suitable torn coupe. Apply 0117th
170R SALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
! Insauares17and CCS, near North Capi
tol, N and 0 sts. n. w.; on line of the Ecklng-v
ton street Railway, and near tho new depot
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair prko, long timo and small payments to
L. M. SAUNDERS ,t BRO
1103 F st. n.w.
llOTf.T.S AXJt JltiSTAlUlAXTS.
HARRIS HOUSE-AMERICAN TLAN
2 50and $J per day; Pa. ave, bet. 13th
and 14th streets; special latea to parties and
Corner Ifitb and I streets northwest,
Opposite ItePheison Square.
II. M. CAKE.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
THE MOST EXO.UISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo mado for
RECEPTIONS, DINNKR AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo
WASHINGTON, D. O.
O. G. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Isl, House,
I 11U1 N. Y. AVE., COR. UTH ST.
Permanent and transient guests accommoda
ted. Modem Improvements,
Cars to all parts of the city pass tbe door,
MRS. M.J. COLLEY. Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D, O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Flro Escapes.
TEHJtS-13.00 and S1.00 Per Day.
A yUIETAND ELEGANT HOTEL.
T. E. ROESSLK,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
JAM1-S II, 1I11KSL.IN, Proprietor.
SIXTH STREET AND PENNA. AVE.,
L, WOODBURY. Proprietor.
IV ELCKER'S IIOTEU
Y WASHINGTON, D. a
ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
During the past su'nmtr a new addition
has been erected containing tbe most luxu
rious restaurant rooms In the city,
noQOdin Tn. FELTEILrrop.
J, L. Willbtt,
B, II. GWTNNI.
Vermont nve. and Let, n. w.
Choice Groceries, Meat and Provisions.
Tn Best Goods at th Lowest Prices,
JlaikcUnu deltTered free.
EARLY MORHIHO linWS,
lllnnn tip Hy 11 Tardy llliist
All rxiilo-lllnn of powder look pliiee
jcsteidny in Mullen's quarry ut llrldire
water, a smnll tillage 011 the Chester
('ink Knilrond nlntit two inllci! from
('luster, l'n., nnd 11 hull' doen tneuwere
injurid. The usual ehirgc wasplneed
in Hie rock after drilling und the men
leniovid to n safe dlsLinec. In 11 short
time nn explnsltlou followed and the
nun went hnek lo work. They hid
just reaulied the plnee of htnstlug nnd
find begun lo srr.itH' nwny thu ilehrls
whin ntiollier cxpiosillDn look plnee.
Hlones nnd dlit Hew In cery dliection.
Lewis Green, coloictl, wns knooked
down and is so badly injured Hint his
retoverylsdoit'jtful. Knttlek Mellrliic
wns hut tied in the fnce hy thu powder
Thomas Collins, eotoied, had his hand
mangled, und William Stones was
bruised about Hie legs Two or llnee
others vtLio slightly Inluied hy Hying
stones. None of the injuries, except
those leeelved by Green, nrc likely lo
'Die popular superstition concerning
Hie 111 luck of soclnl pntties of thirteen
members wax Illustrated on Thursday
In Krnnkford, Philadelphia, when the
fourth anniversary of a club of this
ehaincter wns marked hy tho sudden
denth of tluce members nnd the serious
injury of four othcis. The victims are
nil members of a Thirteen Club com
nosed exclusively of membeis of Jem
snlrm Lodge, No. ISOO, A. Y. M. Tho
Ihsl death wns that of 11. Clinton Yon
Kcr of 1755 I'eun street, Krankfonl, who
(hopped dead with heait disease on
Thursday moniing whllo sented lu a
doclor's ofllce. His nssocintes asscm
bled on Tliuisdiiy night for the purpose
of aiianglng for his funetal, nnd while
1 1 turning liomu In a roach two mem
bcisof the club were killed and lour
uthers Injured in a grade noising nc
Jlawrs round Guilty,
Itlehard Ilnwcs, the man lu whose
defense nt Illrmingliaui, Ala., Hie shcrifl
shut a number of would-bo lynchers,
was ( divided yesterday, the jury fixing
death ns the pennlty. Ilnwcs' firmness
wns unshaken. He ncceptcd the verdict
ns n man, having cxptussed himself all
Hie while as looking upon his convic
tion lu Jefferson County as n foicgono
conclusion. The verdict meets with
popular approval, nnd was expected.
Ilnwcs hus two chances yet nn appeal
to the Supicmc Couit on the refusal of
Judge Guen to allow him a change of
venue, nnd appeal on various executions
taken to the rulings of the Couit during
the juogicss of Hie trial. Thogenei.il
opinion nmong lawyers theru Is that tlio
Supreme Court will order a nuwtiinl
and a change of venuo.
Mason Honor Murrell.
The Ginnd Lodge of Jlnsonsof .Mary
land picscntcd n gold mednl to Captain
Muircll of the Missouri, upon luarnltiir
Hint he wns a Masou. Cuiitain Murrcll
will take back to England an applica
tion from the Grnnd Lodge of Maryland
to tho Grnnd Lodge of Knglnnd re
questing permission to confer upon him
the higher degiecs ns n member of some
lodge in Baltimore, which he will prob
ably enter upon his return to D.iltiinoia
fiom his next voyage. Captain Murrcll,
it wns stated, is thu first person not a
high degree. Mason who was ever re
cttvtd in the Grand Lodge of Matyland
orriiobablyin any Grand Lodge in tills
Dedications nt Gettysburg:.
A dispatch from Gettysburg snys Hint
thu senson of dedications nnd reunions
on this bnttlefleld will be Inaugurated
on May 51, when the State Is to hold Its
excicises. juonumenis arc beginning to
arrive and nrc nt ouce being put up in
their piopcr position, Tlio 1-lSth Penn
sylvania is here and goes in thu wheat
tlcld. Thu 84th Is to stand on thulium
melhnugh farm, nnd Kunpp's ll.ittcrv
teplntcs the nnu now on Culn's Hill.
Iiesldes those the New York Kvcclslor
llrlgade mcmoilnl is being finished, und
AVeldrlck's Ualtery of thu same State.
Work is alsp being done on thu Michi
gan Shnrnshootcrs. The present sum
mer will be memorable for tlio various
dedications by States and regiments.
A Legislature' Contest.
The Pennsylvania Senate Election
Committee Inst night heard argument
01 counsel in Hie usuoinc-ucvlln con
test. James L. Milcsmuul J, Ilownul
Gendcll appenred for Mr, Osborne,
while Mr. iJcvlln was lenrcscntcrt by
John J. Mnloney, John H. Fow anil
Matthew Dlltmaii. Osborne's counsel
claim to have proved Hint 950 illegal
votes weie enst for Mr. Devlin and that
tlds gives Mr. Osborne the election by
a mnjotitv of oilO. Mr. Devlin's coun
sel concede that !)01 Illegnl votes were
(a-t for him, but claim that they
siiowcd whero 503 Illegnl votes wete
enst forMr. Osborne. They clnlm Mr.
Devlin's election by u majority of 3,730.
The cmninittcc will report early next
I'lunnetl llor Husband's Slurder.
Scve1.1l months ago JncobMorgnn, an
old Union soldier, wns found murdered
nt his homn in Pleasant county, West
Yn., nnd $l,G00of his pension money
stolen. His young wife, who hail llrcil
of her old husband nnd fell in love with
a neighboring fnimcr, wns nrrcsled.
Doth have confessed. Her lover mur
dered old man Morgan while shu helped
to plnu it. They will Im lemoved from
the county Jail to prevent lynching
A Ghastly Accident.
A ghastly accident was witnessed In
one of the pilucipnl streets of Indian
apolis ycstcidny, when a team attached
to a wagon loaded with cofllns contain
ing corpses that were being transferred
fiom oil old cemetery to n new one be
came frightened nnd inn away. Thu
wagon was upset and thu cofllns wcio
Mnttcird along thu streets. Ono butst
open, and a skull lolled on tho ground,
whllo bouts weie tin own about pro
Duelled by White Cups.
Because Perry Tobias of Plnlns, Pa,,
lefused to swenr off thinking nnd go to
woik White Caps bound and gagged
him ami then Uuew him Into a mill
pond last night. The told hiought the
victim to time, nnd hu was allowed his
liberty upon piomisiug to loform
Whllu caps at Worn.
James Gordon, who wns whipped by
the White Caps a week ago at Anna,
111., died Thursday of his injuries. Tho
milliner of Gordon's whipping wns most
brutal. Johnthnn Iloso nnd others of
Hint neighborhood have been warned lo
loae or take the same treatment.
airs. Nat. Goodwin III.
Mis. Nat. Goodwill, wife of the com
ulinn. Is ill In Chicago. Her friends
any that while her illness. Is severe, It U
not believed to bo dangerous,
Western Union untl Postal tlio Smile,
In accordance with nn agreement be
tween the Western Union nnd Postal
Teleginph companies revised tniills
havu been issued, milking tho rates
of Iho two the samu,
A Gscloiio's Woik.
AVursaw, N. C, w:ib badly wu eked
bvaeyclonu on Thuisday. A number
of persons were badly injured, but none
A clcrgvnian, after years ot sufferlug
from that, loathsome dlicase, Catarrh, and
vainly trying every ltuowu remedy, at last
found a rcclpo which completely cured and
saved hlui from death, Any sufferur from
this dreadful disease tending a self-addressed
tamped envelope to Professor J.A.Law
rence, 68 Warren street, New York City,
will receive the recipe free ot charge.
G1111KH Won mill r.ost mill Khccs Ilun.
l mm Yesterday's ExIiaCnmi J
The game yeslt relay between thr
lloslt ns nnd Wiishlngtons at Cinllol
Park was wltnessid Jiy about 1.-100
people O'llrlun's batting wns nfeatute
of llie gnine, nnd his appearance wns
pitch tl with applause It was by far
tlie most interesting game played here
Ibis season Up to the llflli Inning the
store wns n tic, wiicn Onnwl hit to
Wie, who fumbled it, nml on Mad
den's hit went to second Then thu
llnston's mnile six runs on errors' ttnd it
two bugger hy Ilrouthcrs, Mack nnd
I Italy were tho Washington battery,
and Kelly nnd Madden were in the
points for lloston. Seine, 0 to 0 In
favor of lloston.
The Philadelphia Club won yester
day's gnmu enrly In thu tiny by making
seven runs In tlio first inning. Tittflln
ton's pitching wns gieat. Ilalleries
Ciane and Iliown for Nuw York,
Iliillinton nnd Shrivcr for Phllnilcl
lihln. Score, fl to t in favor of Iho
The gnmu at Indianapolis yesterday
brtwien Hio homo club and Pittsburg
was n wnlk-ovcr for the visitors. They
hnd no difficulty In solving Gctcin s
dellveiy, nnd nfso excelled In fielding,
Iluckley and Gttrcln wns the home bat
tery, nnd Miller nnd Sl.ilcy for tho
Pltlsburgs, Thn spore wns 13 to ! in
fin or of Hie visitors,
At Cleveland yesterday the home 1 lub
was whitewashed by Anson's men. The
Infants played well in tho field, but
were unable to hit Hutchinson. Biliely
nnd Bnydur were tho Cleveland battery,
Knrrcllnnd Hutchinson for Chicago.
The Association srnme yesterday ro
Miltul ns Tollows Itnnsas City 10, St.
Louis 11; Diooklyn 13, Athletic fl; Co
liimhus 7, llaltlmoie'J.
At Ivy City yesttidnv nearly all of
Hie fnvorllcs won. Thu crowd was
somewhnt smaller than on other dnys,
but many prominent ieoplo were present
and tho day was ono of thu most suc
cessful of the meeting.
First rare 0 furlongs. Ilialt llrsl,
Tom Howl second, AVHd Cherry third,
Second race Orillammo first. Horde
Third lace 0 furlongs. King Idle
first, Newcastle sicnnd, Time, 1:20.
Fourth tnie 1 mile. Panama llrsl,
Ii eberg second. Time, 1:I8J.
Fifth race Stecplcchnso over whole
couifc. Jake Shipscy first, Elphin
Updykc, the jockey Injured in the
stei pleclinse nt Ivy City yesterday, is
rcpoi ted much bitter, but will not bo
able to ride again this season. With
Hie exception of n broken collar bone,
his Injuries were not serious. Smith,
who rode Elphin, wns nlso thrown fiom
his mount und his shoulder nml arm
broktn. He was tnken to Hie hospital
Ycstcrdny wns the last day of thu
meeting nt Herring Ilun Park. The
attendance was small.
The first race, tho 2:30 class, requited
four bents, and wns won by Iloynl of
Philadelphia. William fsickerson's
entry, L. II. Hcdmond's Novi, O. Dig
gins' Maggie K., Kd. Hoes' Algoma,
Mcrrilltld's Peach, Evans' Hiclmrd
Wilkes tlnislud in tho order named.
Time, 2:31,2:31, 2.34, 2:32. Novl won
Hie second bent.
In the 2:10 clnss, J. Morow's Careless
Jim won. O. II. Chenowith's Music,
Daub's Oscnr Wilde, II. H. Holton's
Orungo Lent nnd Brchm'b Hnnry IJ.
finished In the order. Timo, 2.87, 2:35,
2:308, 2:37, 2:30. Orange Leaf won
tho first heat. Music thu second, Care
less Jim thu third, fifth nnd sixth. Os
tnr Wlldc vt-on tho fourth heat.
Lpainoton, Mny U. The weather
hero to day was fine; track good.
First lace 5 furlongs. Xciika first,
Silence second. Time, 1.01 .
Second race If, miles. Cassius first,
Mniclnna second, Wahsatcli third.
Tlilid 1 .ice 1 J miles. Onco Again
first, Bootmaker second, Sportsman
third, Time, 2.08.
Font Hi incc 1 mile. Brandollc
that, Insolence second. Time, 1;12J.
Namivili.k, Muy 3. Tho track to
day was fast and the weather good,
The gteat race of tho day was the
fouith, in which Big Three won by
thrcejengths. Shu paid 100 for 1.
First race 7j furlongs. Clnra C.
first, J. T. second, Fred Taral third.
Second rnco 0 furlongs. Thanking
flrbt, Duhmc second, and Fred Wooley
third. Time, 1:18.
Third race One-half milo. Uncle
Bob first, Gwcndolin second, Myrtle J.
tliliil. Timo, .51.
Jnkn All lllnlil.
Iliihuid K. Fox ycbrcnlny receive 1
Hid following from Jake Kilralu, who
will snll shortly for New York from
"I was afraid John L.'s backers would
have tried to shunt when it ramu to
busluiss. Tho belt will bo
put up at the proper timo, nnd do not
think me egotistical if I say that after
July 8 thu trophy will bu still In my
Cossesslon, for, barring accidents, it will
0 the effort of my Ufa to win; nnd, rest
nssurtd, I shall he In the best nossiblu
condition on July 8, nnd if Sullivan is
able to defeat rou. which I doubt, then
no excusu will bu offered on my part.
Tho match Is nil tho talk over hcru and
ninny sporting men intend to go over to
witness the battle."
I.h lUnnclic and I.uclo tn right.
The California Athletic Club yester
dny arranged a match between Ln
Blanche, the Marine, nnd Mlko Lucie of
Boston for May 28.
To describe the variety of styles of chil
dren's clothing wo are selling at $3.50 and
$3,50 would require too much timo and
space. Come and seo for yourself. Kibe
man Duos,, 7th it E, Children's Department.
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