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THE WASHINGTON CTtlTIC,- TUESDAY EVENING, HAY 21,1880.
lf3u0I'FlCE OP TUB VOMMISSIONIiita,
"- DlSTKICTOr C'OI-UHDIA,
Waihiciton, May 18, im
WntniMs, by tho opinion of tho Attornoy of
I lie lMMilet nf Columbia, cnrrlago blocks
placed upon sidewalks nod public streets nro
unauthorized bylaw ami lonstltnto nn ob
Mrticllon, It Is
OnnnitKU! That All perrons win have such
lurrlago blocks located upon tho sldowalks
In front of tliclr promisor tiro hereby directed
tcrcmovo tho snmo '.vlthln thirty (10) days
irom dato hereof, otherwise they will bo
Ink en possession of nmt rcmovctl by tho Dis
trict Government. Hy onlcr
.. (Signed) W. 11. Wlilin,
H. E. WIIEATI.F.Y,
CHAS. W, ItAY.VtoNI),
Commissioners, I). ('.
"gggr" SOCIETY OP CALII'OHMA PIO
NEERS OFTHENATIONAL CAPITAL.
Geo, C. Gomiam, i'rcslilcnt.
Hallet Ktt.notuiN, Secretary.
Col. Jok C. McKtnnEH, Treasurer.
ANNUAL J1EUN10N AT MARSHALL II ALL,
, ON SATURDAY, MAY 23,. 1689.
Tho nnntinl reunion of tho Society of Cali
fornia Pioneers of Washington will tnko
place nt Mftishnll Hall, 10 miles down tho Po
SATURDAY, MAY 23.
AHCallfornlnns and former residents of tho
Golden Stnlo and tliclr friends aro Invited to
Tho steamer W. W. Corcoran will leavo Tth
st. wharf nt 10 o'clock n. m., nnd I o'clock p.
m., returning to tho cltynt D o'clock.
Flank-Shad Dinner and npproprlato,nocom
rnnlmcnti. Tickets, 83 60, can bo had ntthoofllco of
Tint Wahiinuton Ciiitic, IU1 I) street! also on
board tho steamer Corcoran tho day of tho
Persons proposing to attend aro requested
to notify the secretary nt tho ofllco of The
Ily order of tho Executive Committee
Jf3??-LADIEH LAIHKSI LAD1ESI
"r' Mrs. McCaffcrty Is tho only hat nnd
bonncMrnmo manufacturer In tho city. Call
nnd pco her new shapos. Bleaching: nnd
nesslng. Straw and felt hats altered totho
latest styles. Orders promptly attonded to.
lOOU tl street n, w.
Kv5THE NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT
- Company. 13th st. nnd Now York
avemtc, receives silverware nnd all kinds of
valuables on deposit. Safes of all sizes for
rent. Vaults fire-proof, burglar-proof, damp
proof, Insldo of their now building, with
walls 3 feet 0 Inches thick. Construction lira
proof throughout. Equipment unsurpassed
ns n Safo Deposit Company.
Apartments provided exclusively for ladles.
Confectionery, Pure Candlos, Cakes, Pies,
Nuts, Foiclgn nnd Domostlo Fruits, nt
OEOHGE W. WIMDMAN'S,
303 Pa. qyc. n. e.
tr?TNOTlun.-No bills will bo paid for
supplies, etc., furnlshod tho stoam
rs of tho Inland .fc Seaboard Coasting Co.
tnvo thoo purchased on tho orders of Supt.
C1EO. It. PHILLIPS nnd Sccictary ALFRED
K3STFOn EASY FEET VISIT Dll. WHITE,
-3-' chiropodist. 1410 Pa. avo., opposlto
Wlllard's Hotel. Alt discuses of tho feet suc
cessfully treated by Dr. A. O. White, son. of
tho lato Gcorgo A. White. Dr. Whltohas
been connected with his father's business
here arid In Ilaltlmoro for nearly nineteen
years. Established In Wnshlngton18t)i, Fco,
$1 per visit. Houis, toJ!;uiidays, 0 tu!2.
B3f""TANNER'S STENOGRAPHIC AND
I TYPE-WRITING BUREAU.
Conducted Personally by
HUDSON C. TANNER,
(Late Clilcf Stenographer, Now York Stato
Legislature and Supremo Court.)
No 1315 F street (Sun Building).
Expert Short-hand and Typo-wrltlm? Work,
Including foreign languages, solicited at tho
nsunl rates. bTUDENTSln Short-hand and
Typo-wrltlnc received at any tlino. Stcnos-
raptors furnished business men. Circulars.
Tciephono Call. 11T7-2.
KJSjfTHE WASHINGTON ARCHITECT
U11AL IRON AND BRIDGE WORKS,
EDWARD L. DENT, M. E
Trio best facilities In tho city for all kinds
of Iron work.
Btccl Beams, Angles, etc, always In stock.
Flno Ornamental Casts and Wrought-Iron
Work a specialty. , ,
Repairs and general machlno work dono In
tho best manner and nt short nntlco.
Sole Licensees In tho District of Colombia
for tho "Goctz-Mltchell" Bystom ot Boara
Anchors nnd Fotoctors. '
Works: Cor. 33d and Water Streets; Tolo
Office: 1413 O Street n. w.; Tciephono, 428-!!.
Washington, P. C.
KSnrmixirs, lajiaii a zaohuy,
Sun Bnlldlng, r 1315 F strcot.
I35TTH0SB WHO DESIRE COMFORT IN
"c' hot weather placo their order for
Shirts early In spring, so cull on P. T. HALL,
1)08 y st. n. w., shirt maker and furnisher.
bltoulil It read tlalli by alllntmiUil a) cTutngtf
man occur at any time.
Letters for foreign countries need not bo
specially addressed for dispatch by any par
ticular steamer, except wben It Is desired, to
rend duplicates of banking and commercial
documents, letters not specially addressed
being sent uy tno lastcst vessels avauauic.
Foreign malls for tho week ondlng May 25
will closo (promptly In all cases at this ofllco
MONDAY. At 10 a.m. for Central America
and South Pacific Ports, per s. s. Colon, via
Asplnwall flutters for Guatomala must bo
directed "per Colon"; at3 p. in. for BolUo,
Puerto Cortex and Guatemala, per 8, a.
Breakwater, from Now Orleans.
TUESDAY. At 730 a. m. forlrcland per s. s,
Wyoming, via Quecnstown lottcrs for
Great Britain and other European Coun
tries must bo dlroctcd "per Wyoming"; nt
0 a. m. for Jamaica, Groytown, Truxlllo,
Belize, Guatemala and Puerto Cortoz, por
s.s..Aguan; at 3 p.m. for Blnoflelds, per h.
a. W. O. llowos, from Now Orleans.
WEDNESDAY. At 8:30 a. m. for Iroland, per
b. s. OHIo, via Quconstown letters for
Great Britain and other Enropenii coun
tries must bo llroctcd "per Celtlo";at 8:30
a. m. for Europe por s. s. Saalo, via South
ampton and Bremen (letters for Iroland
must bo directed "per Saalo"; at 8:30 a. m.
for Belgium direct, per s. s. Rhynlnnd, via
Antwerp letters must bo dlrootcd "por
llhynland"; at 1 1. m. for Campooho, Chi
anas. Tabasoo and Yucatan, per I. s. Niag
ara Uctters for other Mexican States and
Cuba must bo dlreoted "por Niagara".
THURSDAY. At Mo,m. for tho Nether
lands, via Amsterdam, per s. s. Obdam tot
ters must bo directed "per Obdam"; at
10:30 a. in. for Km ope, por s. s. Augusta Via
torla, via Southampton and Hamburg let
ters for Iroland must bo directed "per
Augusta Victoria"; at 11 n, m. for Fortune
Island and Haytl, per s. b. Adirondack let
ters for Savanllln, eto., must bo directed'
"per Adirondack)'; nt 1 p. m. for Bermuda,
per s. a. Trinidad; at 3 p. in. for Truxlllo
nnd Huatan.pers. s. Plzzatl, from New
Orleans; at 8:30 p. m. for Newfoundland,
per steamer from Ilullfax;at8vl0n. in. for
M. Plcrro-Mlquelon, per steamer from Hal-
FRIDAY. At 2:30 n. m. for lllo daJanoIro
nnd Santos, also tho La Plata Countries,
via Rio do Janeiro, per s. s. Bavona, from
Ilaltlmoro; at 11 n. in. for Venezuela and
Curacao, per s. 8. Cairngorm Hotter for
Colombia via Curacao must, bo dlrootod
"per Cairngorm"; at 1 p. m. for Progrcso,
per s. s. Ilnbann, via Havana letters for
other Mexican statosmust bo dlrootod "per
llnbana"; at 3 p. m. forTruxlllo, per s, s,
J. otcrl, Jr., from New Orleans; at 330 p, in,
for Cludud Bolivar, per s. 8. Elglva.
SATURDAY. At 10 a. m. for Jamaica, Groy
town and Costa Rlon, via Llmon, por s. 8.
Alvcua; nt 10.30 a. in. for l'ranoo, Switzer
land, Italy, Spain and Portugal, per s.s. La
Champagne, la Havro; at 11 a.m. for Ger
many, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Russia
nnd Turkey, per s, s. Ems, via Bremen lot
tors for Great Britain, Iroland, Ilolgfum,
Netherlands nnd Austila, via Southampton,
must bo dlreotod "per Ems"; nt 11:10 n. m.
for Scotland direct, per s. 8, Anchorla, via
Glasgow letters must bo directed "per
Anchorla": nt llflon. m. for Groat Britain,
Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands nnd Austria,
per 8. s. Etrurla, via (luconstowu (letters
for other European oountrlos must bo di
rected "per Etrurla"; nt 1 p. m. for Cuba,
pers. s. Seneca, via Havana lettoismust
bo directed "per Benoca."1.
Mali for china and Japan, per 8. 8. Bolglo
Ifrom San Frarclsco, closes horo .May loth
at 7 p.m. jiaus ror ti(o Nocicty islands,
icr shin Tahiti lfrom San Francisco, closo
hero way atn niTn.m, jiuiis ror Aus
tralia, New Zealand, Hawaiian, Till nnd Sa
moa!) Islands, per 8. 8. Mariposa from San
1 ranclsco, closo hero May -Vtli lit 7 p. in.
or on arrival at Nuw York of s. s. Auraula,
with British malls from Australia. Malls
for Cuba by rail to Tampa, Fin., and thenoo
by steamer, via Key West, Fla., Close ut this
ofllco dally at 230 a. m.
Tho soliednlo cf closing of Trnns-Pnolflo
malls Is arranged on tho prosumptlon of tholr
uninterrupted ovorland transit to San Ptnn
clsco. Malls from tho Hunt arriving on timh
at San Francisco on tho day of sailing of
(learners aro dlspatohod thenco tho satno day
Registered mall closes at 0:30 p. in. prevlou.'
' "y' CORNELIUVAN COTT,
. , . Postmaster,
Xosloatje, york', , Y May, J7, jw,
wa x Tisvnr.i. v.
Adrei tlfements under this fund, four lines or
U(r,ii cents for thrtt Imei llont; CO ccnltfor tlx.
AMT.D-ACT1VE INSURANCE CAM
vnsrrs. Ai nlv at 0 n m nnvdav. OICO.
W. PETT1T.1S14I lltli st n w.
WANTKD-IN A PATENT LAW OFFICE
n gentleman experienced In court and
Patent Ofllco practice: n good salary will bo
paid n capablo man. Address LOCK BOX 5S7,
WANTED-TWO EXPERIENCE" SHOE
salesmen, Applyat tho FAMILY SHOE
WANTED-!! FIRST-CLASS DRAUGHTS
men Immediately. Apply nt li Pa
nVc, 2d floor.
"VJANTE1)-A WHITE (II1II. rl'OH LI (11 IT
Vi houseworks host refeicncos required.
MME. HOUR, iri7F stnw.
WANTI'.D-BOY WHO HAS BEEN IN
hop More; recommendation lo.julrcd.
A( ply at f 33 lib stnw.
VUANTED-A WHITE (IIIIL IN A SMALL
VV family; must stay nt night. A.7 Otli
WANTED-A (1001) (IIIIL TO 1)0 (IEN
,crnl hont'iwork! must bo a good cook;
stay nights; no washing and Ironing. Call nt
719 Sth st n w.
WANTED-ACTIVE, ENEIIOETIO MEM
for now plan llfo Insurance; great
stnw. room 6,1) toll am, -I to Opm.
WANTED-A NEAT. INDUSTRIOUS
whlto girl for general housework In
family of three: references required. Call at
K'M 0 st s o, beforo Friday,
who Is n good cook, and to nsslst In
housework. Apply, with references, nt fos
Ktli st n w.
nnlon noil carriers nnd five common
laborers to wheel wheelbarrows. Comer ?.'d
nnd K sts nnd Washington Circle n w.
WANTED-A WHITE BOY, TO WORK IN
grocery and liquor store. 1)00 D st, bet
Oth nnd ICthn w.
TJEI.IABLE BOY, 17 TO 18 YEARS OLD,
IV to learn (ho drug business; also whlto
boy to work In drug s(oro; lefcrcnco ro
niTANTED - A OITIL FOR OlfNEllAL
V housework; ono who Is willing to go In
tho country; must come well recommended.
Apply liirjat x si n w.
WANTED A DRUG CLERK, WITH 3 OR
4 yenrs' experience In tho business.
Apply to HUDSON'S, 1113 King st, Alcxan
ANTED-A COLORED BOY TO WORK
Inn confectionery. Call at 1J.I lltli
WANTED-A FEMALE COOK, WHITE OR
colored. Apply OEOROE F. KOZEL,
ItST 14th st.
LADIES TO MAKE WORSTED ADVER-tl-cment
Cards at home: 8 1 to $8 weekly;
nutfitglOo. ScdgcwIckNovcly Co.,Now Haven,
Ailrti tltaMiitt uruhr thlthcail, fourllnetor
till, 25 ct nil for three Insertion!; 60 ccnltfor six.
Vi7anted-by A RESPECTABLE COL'D
VV girl, a situation nsoliambcrmald; would
like to go away. Call or address lilt Madi
son stu Wj
W" ANTED-DY A WHITE GIRL, WITH
excellent references, u situation ns
nurso orchambermald. Call between 11 und
1 o'clock, for threo days, at 2003 1 st n w.
WANTED-BY A COMPETENT WHITE
girl a sttuntlnn In a prlvnto family ns
chambcimald or waitress; references will bo
furnished. 3022 P st. West Washington.
WANTED-BY A RKSPECTADLE COL
ored girl a situation us chambermaid
or nurse: willing lo leavo tho city. Pleaso
call or address 1119 3d st n w.
Adrerlltementtunilerthli head, fourllnttor
Ictr, 23 cen'sfor three Ineeillont: 80 ccnltfor six,
WANTED-FREE-THE CITY 1NTELLI
genco ofllco furnishes highly recom
mended servants nnd clerical applicants;
rooms reglstci ed free; Government applica
tions, for positions prepared; unfurnubod
rooms In demand. 711 Gnw
TTITANTED-COWS, HORSES OR MULES
VV topatnroonalargo farm near Alex
nndrla. B. 11. Mason, 1407 Mass arc n w.
Adrtrtlttmtnttvndtr this htad. fourllnetor
leu, 23 ctnttfor three Insertion!! 50 cents for six.
THIS IS THE SEASON OF THE YEAR TO
adorn and Improvo your houses by put
ting on a new coat of paint. R. M. BROWN,
on tho corner of 7tb and N sts n w, Is Just tho
placo to buy tho material, and don't you for
GENTLEMAN. AT LEISURE EVERY
x. night, would llko to meet n lady; ob
ject mutual Improvement nnd pleasure.
Address REDF1EL1). Crlllo Office
WHEN EVERYBODY FAILS TO Ex
tract your tooth, go to tho BALTI
MORE DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 11 8t 8 W,
and get satisfaction.
JUSTH'S OLD STAND 18 THE ONLY
placo whero first-class second-hand cloth
ing can bo sold nt rospcctablo prices. Ad
dress or call at 019 D st. n, w.
Adrei tliemenls under this head, four lines or
lot, 23 cents for three Insertions; 50 cents for six,
R I avo, bet 14th and 15th sts, 10 rs and
bath, brlckrlot 22x100, to 10 ft alloy.. $11,000
Corcoran st, bet 17th and Kith sts, 8 rs
and bath, brick; nowjsplcmlld condi
tion.., .,...'. 7,500
L. bet 17th nnd 18th sts, 3-storyiand
basement brick; 8 rslbny window.. 8,100
N. bet 14th nnd 16th sts, 0 rs, and bath,
brick; bay window 7,800
B. F. GILBERT A CO.,
023 F st n w.
JTiOH HALE-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW
) u-room houses, with batn, range, eto., In
tho northwest; near Oth and 7tli st. cars
prlcoonly $'2,800 each; U street, near 14th',
$11,000. Also on Cleveland oveituo,
(irs, for $2,35(1
OnS, bet 10th nnd 17th sts ft.ooo
" Ust, botisthnndiioth sts 0,000
" 16th, bctTand U'sts 7.B00
" l.lth, bet P and (J sts o,60d
" o.bct 13th and l-ithsts.wlthstablo 7,000
" Boundary, near nth st, now llouss. 0,250
" Marlonst, betoth and7(lm w -1,1150
Apply to J. W. P. MYERS A SON,
1420 Now York avo.
Adrertttitnintt undtr this luotl.four llnesor
lest, 23 ctnttfor three tnnrtlont; 60 cents for tltt
net nnd desk combined, S22.50, cost SH;
hall stand, $12, cost $20; library table, SIO;
cost t-0; few pieces other lino furnitures
chenp. 810 5th si n w, ,
tU marc, 10 hands high, 7 years old; blood
bay; black points; kind, sound, stylish nnd
spicdy. Apply to WILLS' Columbia Stnbloi,
rear 1710 lltli st n w.
TJToit SALE-NEW, DURABLE ORAVB DE
,V signs for Decoration Day; mndoof motal
leaves and porcelain flowers; also Iron vnsos,
urook and terra-oottA hanging baskets.
SCHMIDT'S, 317 121h st n W.
17)011 SALE-OLD VIOLIN. FINE INSTRU
: incut, Apply717l0thstnw, bet 3:30 and
17011 SALE-LiVIiaE POIITABLE ICE-BOX,
: zlna-llncd; also platform scales; can bo
Been at 9J7 II st n w.
'OR 8ALE-AT HRIGHTWOOI) HOTEL,
fnvrlnin sn.lilln i-nttil nml Mv.ilv .llvlni
iiurses; can troi irom i luuuiius iu k;m, j,
E. MOSES, Piopiletpr
I70R SALE-ONE ENGLISH SET OF TAN-
dein harness, brass mounting, perfect
11)11,1111, II, i UllVltl. UI Vl.OII. lll'l'l? ,, 111, 111, .1
G, MIDDLETON, Harkaway Stables, ll.H)
Vcimont Court, opp tho Portland.
ji vhixj:ss a jr. i .o j;s,
Adurtltments under this head, four lines or
less, 23 cents for thrtt Intertlont; 50 centt for tlx,
A N OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY TOR
J boIo o an Immodlalo purchaser; rare
chance for party with simill capital: satisfac
tory reasons given for selling. Apply at 1017
12tfi st n w.
17041 SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURES OF
! nnJkt)j:reamjalooiijAppJy.311 Pa ave.
WANTED-TO BUY FOR SPOT CASH A
houso on Capitol Hill, not moio than
tlx or seven squares from the Capitol, to oc
cupy somo 0 months later; pflco must bo low
nnd not over nbout 83,000; corner and 3 story
prefer! cd. AiUIicsh PUllCllASER, 601 Stan
ion Place n , giving number nnd street, with
full description and price.
condition: oheap for cash. Apply WILLIAM
17011 BALE, CHEAP -CONFECTIONERY,
I; Icocicamnnd soda business; complete
lor manufacturing; with or without home and
wagon; splendid opportunity. Apply 18 7th
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE FOROATERER
with small capital. Apply at restauiant
cur 4 nnd Ln avo, opposlto City Hall.
Fit SALEGOOD CORNER RESTAURANT
doing1 good business, stock fixtures Tind
goodwill, must bo sold cheap; proprietor In
tad health! will JoaYO city. Apply 313 J,
Adrittltitnentt under this head, fourtlnes or
lets, 25 centtfor thiee Intertlont; 50 cenlsfor six.
OR RENT-UNFURNISIIEDOlt PARTLY
furnlhed, allot 0-room house, excepts
rooma retained by present occupant; splcn-
um loeniiiin; reu-ienees; ixiesiion, inii
nftrrSSK) p in. 1811 13th st n w.
IT-OR KENT-WELL l'URNIHHED COM
J' munlcatlng parlor anil bed-room; north
nnd south exposure; also n large 2d story
f rot t room nnd other rooms, south exposure;
nt mrrnri rrntrs. ills II t n w.
IOll. IIIJNT-FIIHNIHIIKI) ROOMS, WITH
1; nil mud Imps. 4(ltno.
OR RENT-FUIINISIIED OR UNFOR
nlslipd rnnm. uHtli nr wlthnuf lioari).
lor light housekeeping; mod imps; southern
170R RENT - THREE UNrUHNlSIIED
keeplng; near G. P. O. and Pension Ollleo;
rcfprcnmicqulrrdiSIOmonth. 12 (t st n w.
T70R RENT-TO DESIRABLE PARTIES,
" sulto of 4 rooms, second lloor, largo and '
rooitaisojon mini uoor: suiiaoio lorngui
housekeeping; mod con; hcrdlcs pass door.
2032 (I st n w.
17011 RENT-ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM IN
IJ frame with board; 2 rooms, unfiiriilshod,
In brick; 1 largo basement it om suitable for
ofllco; near 4 lines of cars; 2 squares from
1'ntrnt Ofllr n. fO-IBdist.
T70K RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS-ONE
Ji or two cheap to iwrsons without chil
dren or servants; no oblccllon to light honjo
keeping. ApplyBl3 lltli stnw.
I70n RENT-TO JIAN AND WIFE, POtt
' tlon-of houso completely furnished 3 or I
months; gas stoves and every convenience;
refcrenres required; rent reasonable. In
qiilip IMa K'th stnw.
I70R RENT TWO UM1GE FRONT ROOMS
; on 2d nnd 3d floors; also a beautiful cot
tago at Washington Croo. Apply at Krj nth
H n W.
I70R I1ENT-101I' 12111 ST N W, 2DAND
! 3d-story rooms, laigo and small; fur)
summer rates; tabic boarders taken,
170R RENT FURNISHED ELEGANT
J parlor nnd boil-room, first floor, south;
nlo two bcnutlful nowly-furnlshrd rooms,
second nnd third floors; board If doslrcd;
Aormcrn privuio iqmiiy. i u stu w.
front room, 1st lloor, private bath, etc;
nls t) 3d-story rooms.
I70R RENT-TWO COMMUNICATING UN
1 furnished rooms, with gas and water;
rent cheap. 313 1'enna avo n w.
FOR 1IENT-13I0 Q bT N W, NICELY FUR
nlshcd rooms, en sulto or single. onXst,
2d nnd 3d floors; nil cool and cheerful; sum
mer rates; lcfcicnccs exchanged; board con
venient. I70K RENT DELIGHTFUL ROOMS, BN
: sulto or single; summer prices. 813 Vcr-
inont avo. uirceiiy opposiio ino Arlington.
I70R RENTr1103 II ST N W. FURNISHED
: or unfurnished rooms; southern oxposurc;
T70R 11ENT-F02 11TII ST N W, JUNE1,
' front rooms, largo anil small.
T70R RENT-UNFURNISHED or PARTLY
J' furnished nil of 0-room houso except two
looms rctnlnCd.by-proscnt occupant; splen
did locntlon; references; possession. Call
nflcr 5:30 p in. 1J3I 13th stn w.
I70R RENT-TWO LARGE FRONT ROOMS
? on 2d and 3d lloor; also a bcautlfnl cot
tage at Washington Groic. Apply atsoa lltli
it n w.-
17011 RENT-UNFURNISIIED-FIRST nnd
J. second floors; threo rooms each; all con
cnlcnccs. 1183 Mh st n w.
17011 RENT-ELEGANT ROOMS, NICELY
.L' furnished, north and south fronts, first
class houo and neighborhood; summer prices.
013 M st n w.
Westminster Park, Alexandria Bay, N. Y,
"ITnnuostlollliblv tho finest, lnentlnn In flip
1,000 Islands." Harper's Mugazlne, Septem
Hates $2 to S3 per day, 310 to $17 per wcok.
Special ratos to families and parties, Send
for Illustrated pamphlet,
SUMMER BOARDERS WANTED-PLACE
In a healthy locality, 2 miles from rail
road station at Luray: terms modorate. Ad
dress MRS. L. D. BOWEN, Hopo Mills, Pago
GOOD SUMMER BOARD MAY BE HAD
at Miss FANNIE II. SOWERS', Aldlo,
Loudoun County, Va.; pleasant, airy rooms,
etc; moderate terms, Aldlo Is a beautiful lit
tlo village, nestling nt tho foot of Bull Run
Mountain. Beautiful scenery nnd dally
malls. FANNIli SOWERS.
CJUMMEK BOARDING NEAR BLUE RIDGE
O Mountnln; brick house, cool rooms, lawn,
shade, fruit, horses and carriages; two dally
malls; moderato charges. For particulars
address MISSES CURRY, Hamilton, Loudoun
J. ROCKVILLE, MD.
This now and cosy hotol will bo opened by
MRS, M. J.COLLEY of tho Clnrcnden ror tho
reception of guests on or about JUNE 13. For
Information nnd pi Ices of rooms Inqulront
tho ofllco of the Clarendon Hotel, corner of
14th et, and N. Y, ave.
WHY NOT BOARD AT ONE OF PLEAS
nntost stations on Vn. Mid. It, It., 52
miles south of Washington? Board such as
guests wish; no garllo In milk or butter; re
ligious guests preferred, Address JACOB
HEDBICK, Midland. Fauqulor County) Va.
HEALTHY LOCATION, LARGE COOL
house, shade, good water, convenient
to churches nnd doctor; dally mall; pleasant
neighborhood; terms moderate. Addross
MRS. E. WALLER, Garrlsonvlllo, Stafford Co,
LAKGE, COOL HOUSE AND GROUNDS;
pleasant location: forms moderate for
families nnd adults occupying tho same room.
Address Box M. Warrcnton. vn.
"ItTINStOtf COTTAGE," BLUE RIDGE
VV Summit, Ponn.; opened for tho sea
son: special rates fortlmo. Apply to MISS
jmiKBUN, luio n unmorogt, ilaltlmoro
mrrEBVERGRKBN8, FALLS CnUROH,
J. Va will open for summer boarders
Juno 1. Ice, milk, fruit, shady lawn, healthy
location, near depot. Kcdnced railroad faro,
AimiUR K, and Mrs.-11. Oi RAYMOND.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE-NOW OPEN TOR
summer boarders, hlxh, healthy- locu
tion; plenty of shade; frosli vegetables, mine,
Ico, etc Short drlvo from station. For
terms, address MRS. J. 11. WOLFE, Comus,
Montgomery Coiinty. Md.
BURGUNDY HOUSE-OPEN FOR SUM
mor boarders; 2 miles from Alexandria;
1 mllo from railroad; largo house; fine rooms;
largo, shady grounds; trains met twice a day.
BURGUNDY HOUSE, Alexandria. Va.
OARD IN THE MOUNTAINS-DELIGHT-ful
board In tho mountains of Va.; plenty
of Bhado; large lawn; Ice and milk; spring
water, nnd sulphur and Iron water; convey
ances for guests. Address J. STOCKTON,
Hlu. Albi-marlo Co., Va.
SPRING BANK FARM OPENS MAY 13;
convenient for gents In office; meet trains
twlco per day; fruit, Ico, nnd milk In abun
dance; high and hcnlthy; terras S3. SPRING
BANK. Alexandria, Va.
LOST AXIS I'OUXJh
... f f,,...... MB I i ,
AdeertUtnients under this head, fourtlnes or
lest, 23 centtfor thiee Imtrtlont; 60 centtfor tlx.
T OST-ON SATURDAY EVENING, ON
U lltli Bt car, from 11. and O. depot to
lvacq Monument, red silk purse, containing
$3.60. Under keep money as reward for ro
turnlng purse 3 F st n w.
LOST-MONDAY SIORNINO IN OTH ST.
onr going south of La ave, a paper printed
on typo-wrltcr with nnmo on first pago of W.
S.Cabell. Reward will bo given if returned
to J. K. MILLER, ofllco of Comptrollerof Cur
T OST- SUNDAY, IN WOODLEY-LANB
ij road, ltith st road or Corcoran st, pocket
book, containing nbout $3, machlno kevs, ro
celpt and other papers. Liberal reward If
returned to 1003 10th stn w.
LOST -SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY '18,
pockctbook, containing ono pair ear
rings, ono pair cuff buttons nnd about 37 In
money. Liberal roward If left at 1212 oth sw.
LOST-A SKYE TERRIER DOG; HAS
lock and small ball attached to nickel
collar, Llbcial leward if returned toir.'.M
st n w.
I' OST-SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 18, A
J gold seal fpln (single bow knutl, with
smnll diamond III centre. Ilownidlf letiirned
to 137 Mass avo n w
$ REWARD FOR RETURN OF BLACK
O and tan Colllu dog pup; six mouths old)
lost from 1818 N nt n w May 15.
LOST WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY
gent's diamond senrf pin iu shapo of
i-icsccnt, Liberal icwaid It returned to 1501
T OhT THURSDAY AFTERNOON ATAL
Ij baugii's or In car going to address below,
lady's caul case, containing gold oyoglasscs
und Malting curds; suitable reward given If
left nt 1810 (j stnw.
T OST-THURSDAY NIGHT A BLACK AND
JLitati ten Icr, wearing collar and numbered
iagj $5 rwnnl If brought to 3U U at n w.
tEEXLESf IVEi .',S
roit nnxT houses.
Adrei ttsttntnts under thli htad. fourtlnes or
t(4t, 25 cents for three tnsrtlont;W centtfor sir,
17"R RENT-MTOIIE AND fl ROOJIM;
J' three story brick; will bo rented wholo
or In rc nratc stories. IKK ',Ut st n w; Inquire
1,'OK RENT-STORE 2IC 10TII ST, NEAR
J1 wholesale market and Ln. nvc; suitable
Icr commission or grocery business pnrtloit-latly-.
Inquire 020 Ln. qyc.
170H RENT -1M7 lltfll ST N W, VERY
J' cnmfiittnl'li! 3-Story brick, 8 rooms, largo
parlor nnd i ellar, uatli and yard; no base
ment; rent, 140. Apply to owner, 411 Utli
st n w.
J70H RENT-108 ITU ST 8 E, CAPITOL
1 Hill, for rent; contains 8 rooms; nil mod
cm linproN omenta; $27.60; possession June 1
,'uit jtins i nit u; tv iiijuoi., lull iui ii oi,
.' 10 rooms; rent $53 per month. Key at
OR RENT-LARGE, ELEOANT DWELL
Intr ln llaltlmnre.Kll Viilfntinveniio (now
i arkcil) near LafnycHo Station, II. x, (). R. It.;
bay windows, balcony, hot nnd cold water
on 3 floors, furnaces, etc; 81-1 per month.
Apply to or address GEO. A. OGLE, 33 Charles
OH1IENT-311CHTSE; KEYS AT 313 0
st n n. 1C00 Vermont live n vl kevs nt
itio Vermont nvo n w. 1203 O. st n w; Inquire
ORHALl'-CIIEAIMP SOLD ATONCE, A
Una "thfurv ,li l,l Itrlr.lr l,in O rrtrtM,"
nil trod lmii; elegantly situated near tho
heights nf (!corgc(own; convenient to both
lines of strcit enrs. Address Box 413, City
lVOIlirnvon w, 17 rs .....
,.. 200 00
... 100 07
... 123 00
... 123 00
... 110 07
... 113 00
... 100 0(1
... 83 31
... 83 31
... 8) 3J
... 84 00
... 73 00
,.. 03 00
... 75 00
,.. 73 00
... 70 00
,..' CO 07
,'.'.' 0.1 00
... 0.1 00
,., CO 00
... 00 00
... 53 00
... 60 00
nn Mass ne, 17 rs
14(0 Mass nvo n w
12V8 M st n w, 13 rs
1810 N st n w, 13 rs
1"30 Mass nvc, 17 rs
KCOKithst n w, 10 r
1125 10th stnw, 15 rs ,
ia.Mnssae, 13 rs ,
17281 st n w, 13 rs
11(0 lltli stnw, 0 rs and storo.
1018 21st stn w, 11 rs
14H Htoughton st, 11 ru
KfUliitn w, wl ,
15111'stnw, 12 rs.,, ,
042 N Ynon w, Urs
613 12th st n w. 13r
1W1 (J st n w, 11 rs
ros E stnw, 11 rs
M7 12th stnw, II rs
2iS30stn w, II rs and stable.,,
rot Mb stnw
UOTNllnvon w, 7 r
10221 stn w. Ors
ll)3Nst n w, 11 r ,
821 12th st n w, storo nnd dwg...
2012 lllllyer Place. Ors
1418 N st n w, 10 rs ,
1H8 10th st n w, ors
1S01 () stnw, Crs
1WI 15th st n w, ors
17(8 M stn w,7rs
1538 PIcrco Place. 10 rs
2110 llth stn w, 10 rs 40 00
1400 Chimin Bt. fl rs 40 00
1(07 15th stnw. 10 rs 40 00
1121 Conn nvc, 10 rs 40 00
1(0911 stnw, o rs 37 60
1330Illggsst,iiw, 0 rs 3100
163020th stnw, 7 rs ai oo
1332 Rlggs st n w, 0 ii aiOO
1331 Rlggs stnw. Or 3100
213 13) st S W, 0 r 80 00
1W 16th st n w, 7 1 30 (X)
14 10 It 1 nvon w,7rs 22 00
1431 PIcrco Place, Ors 20 00
KW and 1009 L st n w, 0 rs , 10 43
2281ststsw,0 rs 15 00
2221stSW, 0 rs 1100
1029 30th stnw, Urs II 00
Tho nbovo houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only,
THOMAS J. riSHER CO.
1311 F st n w.
binj 1,11 Bi, IJI3 I jlW UU
27 Iowa Circle. 1 1rs 81 33
3327 N st n w, 13 rs , 00 00
1029 22d St, 10 rs MOO
1418 N stnw, Ors 60 00
1C02 Vermont ave, lOrs 60 00
2-.WA Btn c, 8 rs. ...."V aioo
223 A stll 0,8 rs 33 33
S00Ustnc,8rs 30 00
1 and 3 Saul Building 27 00
27 Iowa Circle furnished 125 00
1229 Pa ave, 0 rs i 12 60
1 115 II st n c, house and stoic 10 30
732 21st St, 13 r 0000
617bprucost, Srs ,' 32 60
1415 W stn W.Ors 2-180
017 10th Bt, Ors 15 30
12511 st n e, 5 rs and stable 15 00
9329tlistno, 6 rs.,.. ,... 1030
1221 K st B o, 5 rs 10 60
1500 Gales st, Ors 11 60
2Blndcnsburgrond,0rs., 10 00
110 Mat c, Ors 10 00
570 Elm st, Ors " 10 30
5 houses, 13th and Kentucky avo 10 50
19 Dlngman Place, 4 rs 9 00
CHAS. E. BANES,
With John P. Wnggaman,
N. W. Cor. llth and G sts. n. w.
i.n.o.t. ,ka ,nl nA
fOK SALE AXJJ JtEXT,
tSeAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F strcot.
Changes mado Wednesdays mid Saturdays.
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
CIO to 030 Md avo s w, b h, 4 rs $13,000
2210 to 2231 lid y stnw, bfi, 4rs , 10,900
021 to 20-12 Bdy st 1) w, b Ii, 4 rs 13,700
2211 to 2229 lOtli st 11 W, b h,5 rs 13,000
to07thst road ,,... 11,300
1733 to 1743 E stnw, Ors 0,000
214Astn e, til. Ors 7,000
lWlltstnw, 1 h.Srs 7,003
1 to 0 alloy bet 12th and 13th, M and N
Btsn w ,.. 0,000
1139 to 11511 23d stnw.f li.lr.s C.OOO
1123 20th st n w, f h, 0 rs, nnd 3 houses
!217and!249Mad!son st n w,fli,4rs,
118 11 st n o, b h, 7 rs 4.250
405to41l Banraalloyn w, b h,4rs 4.000
425 N t n w, f h, 6 rs, and S houses rear 4,000
210 to 222 lltli at nnd Ky ave, bet S C avo
nnd Bstsc.... 1.000
Alley bet Cth and ith, L and M sts n vr,
fh,4 r 3,600
COLBtn w.bh, ml, 7r8 3,600
3108 N stn w, bh.ml, "rs 3,:ioo
2018 9th st n w, b li, C rs -. 3,000
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY TOR SALE. .
Por foot J
N o cor Va ave and 22d stn w.. .,,......., .73a.
NocorN II nvo and FBt n w..., 70o
Ust, bet 2d and 3d no.. ..,.., GOa
It st, bet 1st nnd 3d n w..j i 30o
Viv live bet 2d and 3d sts 8 0.. 40o
6th Bt, bet Va nvo and Gst so 30o
15th at, bet N O avo and D st n o 30q
Cor 15th and B sts no soo
E st, bot 2ith nnd 25th nw 20q
1st st, bet O and P b w ....I0q
HOUSES FOR RENT.
2'13nnd2,)nN,Tnvonw,fl r ,..$50 00
2218 and 2220 P stn w. 10 r 60 00
1331 Corcoran st n w, 13 rs., 60 00
810 il stnw, 7 rs 4000
1211 utli 8t n w, 7rH 35 13
1740 N Y avo n w, 13 rs 35 00
3112 OSt 11 W, llrs 35 00
wit nth at nw, li r , 33 00
1207 llth stnw, 7 rs.... 35 00
1201 Utlistnw,7 rs so 00
417KstIlW.il rs SO 00
2210 H stnw. 7vs 2.150
Tcnnallytown rondnw, Srs .,. 25 00
COL stnw, 7 rs 2.100
1402 Wkt 11 W.Ors 20 30
2012 Oth Bt ii w, stable, 0 rs 2000
2008 Oth Bt 11 w, (l rs , 18 00
Mllstnc, 3rs 15 00
(320th stll 0. 4 r 12 30
41 Jackson alley no, Irs 10 SO
HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safo ns IJ. S. bonds; 0 per cent., payable
quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pre
In sums to suit nt 0 per cent.
Tho above Is only a portion of tho property
on my books, For full list call nt ofllco for
bulletin, Issued 011 tho 1st nnd 15th.
T70R SALE-HANDSOME BUILDING LOT.
JJ 19x117 feet: Improved by a llvo-room
house, No. 1710 17th st 11 w; very chcap,$3,200.
A. 8. CAYWOOD. 03J 9th st 11 w.
FRANK B. CONGER.
3,378 equate fret of ground for $10,000; s. 0.
cor. New Ilampshlio ave. and It st.
8,053squaiofectof ground for $9,000; cor.
of Now Hampshire avo., 25th nnd II sts,
!,197rqiiBio feet of giound fof 3,000; s.w.
cor, Virginia ave. and 21th st.
I 7011 SALE-BEAUTIFUL LOT, 80x120,
! 15th st, near Columbia road, 33a por foot;
neighborhood rapidly Improving, Inqulro at
Room 3d, Gunton Building, 172 La. ave, bet 10
a m and 1 p m.
I70R BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDRED LOTS
' ln Buuaros 017 and COS, near North Capi
tol, N and O sts. n, w.t on lino of tba Ecklug
ton street Railway, and near tho pew depot
of Ilaltlmoro and Ohio Railroad Company;
fair price, long time ami small payments to
1 L.M. SAUNDERS &BIU)..
VOVXTHV Jtl'.AI. ESTATE.
iron ham: or exchange" roti city
I' rrnfrTtv (HI In. If JS ilir,,! nntv )mnf.
orclianl, outbuildings; near railroad station;
10 miles from tlly; price low. Apply nt J-M 0
st II w.
FOR HALE-l'ARM Or I KVKNTY TWO
ncrc; 13 miles from city, nn II &P. '
1-alluiBil; 15 minutes' walk froi i station; or !
will trade for city property: also house nnd I
stoic, southeast corner of 12th nnd Boundary
ii w ,iwi,'r living on prcmic.
I70R PALE-TWENTY-FI VE A0RnS,$I.M0,
V Vienna. Vn.l nosv 8-room liriuso. relbir.
well, spring, gnuc; montiily payment, 5 per
cent, on price. Houses, lots nnd fnrms; rail
road rates reduced. A. FREEMAN, Vienna,
LEWIS A HEATONvTwEST END AUDI
TION. The lilghest nnd bet part of Tnkoma Park,
jnst subdivided, only thirosqunrns from tho
flatlon.nild adlolnlng tho most thickly Bot
tled portion of tho old Park.
A never-falling spring of puro water per
manently reserved forthou-oof tho lot own
ers. Tho only lots nnywhcruncnr Hid station
tit first prices.
Acompictoniisiraci ot iitio lor an lots in
Takoma Park kept tin to date,
CJJ V St 11 w.
The Oreat Pennsylvania Route,
To the North, West and Southwest,
Donblo Track. Splendid Scenery,
btccl Hulls. Magnificent Equipment.
In ErnxT May 11, 1889.
Trains leavo Washington from station, cor
ner of Sixth and II streets, as follows:
Fon PiTTsntnn nnd the West, Chicago Lim
ited Express of Pullmnn Vcstllmlcd Cars at
9.60 n m dally: Fast Lino, 0.60 n in dally to
Cincinnati nnd St. Louis, with slceplug cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati mid Hanlsburg
tost Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chi
cago, with sleeping enr Altoonn to Chicago,
Western Express nt7.IO p m dally with
sleeping cais Washington to Chicago unit St.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlslinrg with
through sleepers for Louisville nnd Memphis.
Pacific Express, 10 00 p m dally, for Pittsburg
nnd tho.West, with through sleeper to Pitts
burg nnd Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
Ton Kanb, Cnnandajgua, Rochester and
Mngara Falls dally, except Sunday, 8.10 am.
Fun Eiiie. Cniinndnlgua and Rochoster
dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except
faturday 10.00 pm, with Sleeping Car Wash
ington to Rochester.
Fon Wi luamm out, Lock Haven and Elmlra,
at 0 60 am dally, except Minday.
Fon PniLAntLriiiA, Now York and tho East,
7.20, O.oo, n.ooand 11.40nm,250, 1.10. 1000
and 11.20pm. OnSundny,0.0(i,ll.40nm,2.60,
l.lO.lO.OOnnd 11.20pm. Llmltod Expressof
rullmnn Parlor Cars, O.lOnm dally, except
Sunday, nnd 3.45 p m dally, with Dining Car.
Fon Piiimiiku-iiia only. Fast Express, 8.10
nm week days, nnd 8.10 pm dally. Express,
2.10 p m dally. Accom., 0.00 p m dally.
, Fon Boston, without chango, 2.60 p m ovcry
Jon BnooKLTN, N. Yi, nil through trains
connect nt Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn
Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo feirlago across New
Foil Atlantic Cuv.ll.OOand 11.10 am week
Fon Bai.timoiie, 0.33, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00,0. 10,9.60,
ll.ro and 11.40 nm, 12.05, 2.10, 2.60, '1.43,4.10,
4.20,4.40,0.00, 7.10. 8.10, 10.00 nnd 11.20 pm.
On Sunday, 9.00, 9 01, 9 60, 11 40 n m, 2.10, a.50.
3.45, 4.10, 0.00. 7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p m.
Fon Poi-e's Ciii-ek Line, 7.20 n m and -1,10 p
m dally, except Sunday.
Fon Annai-olI", 7.20 nnd 9 00 a m, 18.0.1, 1 20
andO.CO p m dally, except Siuulav. bundnys,
9.05 n in, 1.10 pm.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY. AND ALEXANDRIA AND
in rrncT jiay 12, 18S9.
Accommohation for Quantlco, 7.43 a ra, nnd
4.t5 p m v, eck days. 7.41 a m Sundays.
Fon Richmond and tho South, 4.30, 10.57, a
m dally, and 0 21 p m dally, except Sunday.
Tiiains leave Alexandria for Washington,
0X5,7.05, 8.00, 9.10. 10.15, 11.07. a in; 1.20, 3.00,
3.10,5.10,7.03, 8.00, 9.20, 10.31 andll.05pm.
On Sunday nt 9.10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5.10,
7.05, 8.00, 9.20 and 10.32 p m.
Tickets and Infoimatlon nt tho offlco,
northeast corner 13th Btrcot nnd Pennsylva
nia aentlo, and nt tho station, whero orders
con be left for tho checking of baggage to
destination from hotels and residences.
CHAS. E. PUOII, J. It. WOOD,
General Manager. Ccu, Pass. Agent.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effect May 12, 1689.
Leavo Washington from station corner of
Now Jersey nvenuo and C street.
Fon Ciiicaoo and Noithwest, Vcstlbnlcd
Limited express dally 11.20 a, m., express o.uo
For. Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3.00 and 11.13 p m.
Ion PiTTsia'iui nnd Cleveland, Vestlbulcd
Limited express dally 11.20 a in and express
ron Wiieti ino, Parkcrsburg nnd Principal
Stations on Main Line, Express dally, oxcept
Monday, at 3.53 a m.
Fon Lexinoton and Local Stations 110.30
Fon BAiTiMonE, week days.4.00 6.00, 0.40,
l..v,,',uu, vm ,u til, ,,,,:-,,, .. , ,11 w. it.w,
45mlnutes)n m, 1 1.10, 2.03, 230 (41 minutes)
3.13, (13 minutes) 3.21, 4,25, 1.30, 1,33, 6 30. 0,30,
7.00,7.30,9.00, 1030 nnd 11,30 pm. Sundays,
4.00, 7.20, 8.80, 0.30 (13 minutes), 9.41 u in, 12.00
(41 minutes). 1,1.1. 2 01. 2 30 (11 minutes), 3.41
4.23,4.35, 0.80,7.00, 7.80,0.00, 10.30 and 11,30
Fon Wat Stations botwecn Washington
nnd Baltimore, 3.00, 0.40, 8.30 am, 12.10,3.21,
4.35,0.30, u.30 pm. Sundays, 8.30a in, 1.13,
3.25,4.35,0.30, 11.30 pm.
Tiiainb itavk Ilaltlmoro for Wnsblngton,
week days, 5 10. 0.20, 02)0, 7.15. 7.20. 8.00 (13
minutes), 8.30, 9.15, 10.20 (II minutes) a m;
12.15, 1.45(43 minutes). 2.00, 3.00, 4.03, (15 mln
ll(cs), 4.15, 3.00, 0.00, 0.30, 7.10, 7.43, 8 00, 10.03,
10.10 nnd 11.00pm. Sundays, 0.30, 7.15, 8.30,
9.13, 10.20 (41 minutes) a m; 12.60. 1.43 (43 mln
ntcs),200, 4. 15, 5.(0, 0.30,7.40, 7.45,8,00, 10.03,
10.10 and 11.00pm.
Fon Annavous, 0.40 and 8.30 n m; 12.10, 4.25'
nnd C.30 p ra. On bundnys, 8.S0 a m, 4 33 p m.
I.eav e .smiapolls, 9.40, 8,37 a m, 12.05, 8.50 and
0.15pm. Sundays, 8 37am, 4.10pm.
Fon stations on tho Metropolitan Branch,
10.43, $10.30 n m, il,13p m, for principal sta
tions only; tl0.30nm, 1.80 nnd 15.30 pm.
Fon Hockviux and Way Stations, 1 1.3.1 p ra.
Fon GAiTnEnsnciio and Intermediate points,'
9 00 a in, 112.30, 5.33, til. 20 p m.
Foil Horn's and Intermediate stations, t7.00
Cuuiicii thain leaves Washington on Sun
day atl. 15pm, stopping at all stations on
Metropolitan Branch. ,
Fon Fiiepemck, 10.43, tlO.30 a nf, t3.00,tl.30
pm, Sundays, 1.15pm.
Fon llAGi-nsTowN, tio.30 n in, and 13.30 p m.
TnAiNs arrive from Chicago dally 11.41 u m
and 4.03 pin; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dally 3.60 a maud 1,65 p m; from Pittsburg
7.10 am., 0.60 pm dally..
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA D1VIS
Fon New Youk, Tronton, Nowark and
Elizabeth, N. J., '4.00, tB.00, '9.30, '12.00 a m,
2.E0, 1.20 and 'lO.SO p m. Buffet Parlor
Cars on nil day traius. Sleoplng car on tho'
10.60 p. m., open nt 9.00 p in. Tho 4.20 pm
train does not stop at Elizabeth or Nowark,
Fon PniLADELriiiA, Nowark, Wilmington1
nnd Chester, M.OO, 18 00, '9.30, '12,00 am,
2.30, !., '7.00 nnd '10.30 p. in.
To iNiEiiviEpiATE polnls between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, t3.30 a in, '2,30 and tl, 30
"Tiiains leave Now York for Washington,
8 80.tll.00am. '1.30. '2.80. '3.15. '5.00 nm
T1U11.S leave Philadelphia for Washington,
110, '8.15, '11.10 am, tl.35, '1,15, '5.03. '3.1.1
nnd '7.30 pm.
Fon Atlantic Citv, '1 00 a m und '12.00 m.
Fon Lono Buancii and Ocean Giovo, tl2.0O
Except Sunday. 'Dally. ISnndny only.
Baggage called for and checked from ho
tels nnd residences by Union Tinnsfor Com
pany on orders left at ticket offices, 019 and
1351 Piv ave. and at Depot j
CHAS. O. SCULL.
Gen. Pass. Ag't.
Chcsapoako & Ohio Route.
Schedule- In effect May 12, 1889.
Trains leave Union Depot, Sixth and R
streets, 10 57 a. in for Nowort News, Old
Point Comfort nnd Norfolk, dally. Arrivo In
Old Point at 3.50, p m, nndorfolk ut 0.20
11:21 n m-Clnelnnatl Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule, sleepers through
without chango to Cincinnati, antvliig at 8.10
S.40 nmF. F. V. Vostlbtilo Special, dally,
solid tialns with dining car run through
without chnngo to Cincinnati, Vestibule
Sleeper for Lexington and Louisville,
Office, 613 Pennsylvania, avenuo.
H. W. FULLER. Gen. Pass. Agent.
JIOXEV TO J.O.IX,
Adiertuitncntt under thli head, four lints or
less, Sicents for thiee insei lions; 50 cents for six
M"0NEY TO LOAN ON HEa'l ESTATE OR
first-class securities at lowest rates of
Interest. No dolay whero security Is good.
O. O. GIlKEN.
303 7th st. n.w.
ONEY TO LOAN
in sums 10 suit.
P. A DARN1ELL, 018 Fstnw.
ONEY TO LOAN ,
in sums to suit
On Approved Real Kstato Security.
D. II. WARNER A CO.,
018 F Bt.P. w.
OOilitlSSlOXEJtS OF DEEDS,
CB. DUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO
. tary Public, 45a La. avo., opp, city UaU.
PFICi: OF THE COMMIHSIONEIIM,
, APinmini-,, in.) , k'j '.
SEALED PROPOSALS will bo received nt
this offlco until U o'clock m. on MONDAY,
May 87, 1889, for constructing n Two-story,
Light loom Hclloollloii-i! on the southeast
collier or 10th nnd G streets northeast.
Blank forms of proposals nnd spoclflca
lions, together with nil necessary informa
tion, can bo obtained iion application thero
for nt tho ofllco of tho Inspector of Buildings
of tho District of Columbia, nnd only bids
upon theso fmmi will bo considered. Tho
right Is reserved to I eject nny nnd all bids.
(Signed) W. 11. WEtlll,
H. E. WIIEATLI'.Y,
Commissioners, I). O
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONEHY.-Trcnsury
.1 Department, May 11,1889. scaled propos
als for furnishing stationery for tho fiscal year
ending June 30, lhlio, will bo received nt this
Department until tho 11TH DAY OF JUNE,
1880, ntl o'clock p. m.
Blank forms for bidding will bo furiilslioil
Tho bids will be considered, and nccoptod
or rejected. Item by Itom, and this ndvortlso
ment nnd the proposal, so far ns accented by
tho Secretary of the Troasury, and tho bond
accompanying tho same, shall constitute tho
contract between thuOovcrn incut nnd tho bid
der or bidders, and no further contract will bo
Tho nrtleles! contracted for must bo fur
nished fromtlmo to tlmo dhrlng tho your In
quantities pnnuant (it onlcrt from tho Depart
ment. 1 ho cntlio iiiiantltlcs will, however, bo
called for during tho year.
Each proposal must be signed by the Indi
vidual or firm making It. and bo accompanied
by a bond with sufficient sureties In tho sum
of two thousand dollars ($9,o)),npprovcd by
a United Stntos officer nf thodlstrlct In which
tho sureties reside or do business, on a form
to bo furnished by tho Department, condi
tioned for furnishing such portions of tho nr
tlclcs ns may bo awarded under It, nnd tho
fcrfonnnnco ot tho contract.
Proposals unaccompanied by Rticli bond
will not be considered, and contracts will bo
awarded only to established manufacturers
cf, or dealers In, thonrtleles.
Proposals to bo addressed to tho under
signed nnd marked "Proposals for Station
ery." Deliveries: must ho free of cliargo nt tho
Treasury Department, Washington, Ut C,
nnd will bo subject to Inspection by an ex
pert detailed for tho purposo by tlio Score
laiy of thoTrcaluiy, and tho delivery ofnn
Infcilor nrtlclo will bo deemed 'sufficient cause
to annul tho contract, at the option of tho
Tho Department reserves tho right to wnlvo
defects and rolect any or nil bids. GEOIKIE
S. BATCHELLER, Acting Secretary of tho
PROPOSALS FOR ICE-WAR DEPART
ment, Mny8, 1889. Sealed proposals (In
duplicate) will be received at this ollleo until
12 o'clock noon, SATURDAY. JUNE 8, 18S9,
for supplying tho War Department and Its
Bureaus with Ico during tho fiscal year end
ing Juno 30.1890. Tho Ico must boot best
quality, Bolld. clear nnd freo from snow or
other Impurities, and must bodellvcred nt tho
several Bureaus and Offices of tho War De
partment In Washington, nnd weighed upon
tho Department scales, Dally deliveries, ex
cepting Sundays and recognized holidays will
bo required. Tho qunnltlty required Iscstl
mated nt700,000pouti(lsmoroorless. Abond
with approved secuilty will bo required In
cacoof nwnid, Tho Government reserves tho
right to reject nny and all bids and to walvo
defects. Bids must bo enclosed In scaled
envelopes endorsed on theoutsldo"Proposnls
for Ice." nnd addressed to tho undersigned.
M. R. THORP, Chief of Supply Division;
P" ItoroSALS FOR FUEL. TREASURY
Department, Bureau of Engraving and
Printing, Washington, D. C, May 0, 1889.
Sealed Proposals will bo received at this of
flco until 12m. Monday, Juno 3, IBs'i, to fur
nish tho Bureau of Engraving and Printing
with coal, wood and charcoal, during tho
fiscal year beginning July 1, 1889. Tho right
Is reserved to wnlvo defects and to reject
any or nil bids. Blank fnrms with specifica
tions forpropcnls and further Information
(Uslied by Intending bidders will bo fur
nished on application ut this ofllco.
E. () GRAVES. Chief of Bureau.
S, . .......... Unu n ,UUI1
PROPOSALS FOR MATERIAL, COAL, ICE,
Wamiinoton, May 4, 1889.
Proposals for material, eoul, Ice, etc., for
use of tho Government Printing Ofllco for
fiscal year ending Juno 30, 180O, will bo To
rched nt this ollleo until 10 o'clock a. in.
JIAY 23, 1889. Schedules and Information
furnished upon application.
Til. E. BENEDICT,
Public Printer. Washington, D. C.
PROPOSALS POR STREET PAVEMENT
AND WALKS.-Offlco of Publlo Build
ings nnd Grounds, War Department. Wash
ington, 1). C, May 4, 1889. Sealed proposals.
In duplicate, will bo received at this ofllco
until noon. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1889, for con
structing 2,000squuro yards, morn or less, of
asphalt pavement, and 1,800 square yanls,
moroorlcss.of nsphnlt walks In tho public
grounds, nnd repairing roads nnd walks In
grounds of tho Exccutlvo Mansion. Tho at
tention nf bidders Is Invited to tho Acts of
Congress approved February 20, 1883, and
February 23, 1887, Vol. 23, page 332, and Vol.
21, pago 414, Stntutos nt Iirgo. Forms and
specifications can be obtained nt this ofllco.
Tho United States reervcs tho right to reject
any and all proinsals. JOHN M, WILSON,
Colonel, U. 8. Army.
"PROPOSALS FOR FUEL-WAR DEPART
X MENT, May 1, 1889.-Scalcd proposals,
hi duplicate, will bo received nt this ofllco
until TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, THURS
DAY, JUNE 0, 1889. for furnishing tho War
Department with Mich quantities of Wood
and Coal as may bo required In tho fiscal
year ending Juno SO, 1889. Proposals will bo
rccch cd for the wholo or any part of tho fuel
required. Tho fuel Coal and Wood to bo
dellvcied at tho War Department Bureaus or
Offices Iu Washington for which required by
tho parties to whom tho contract (or con
tracts) may bo awarded, In such .quantities
and nt such times ns the convenience of tho
Department may require Tho Government
reserves tho right to rojeot nny nnd nil bids.
Fuel for the Stnto.War and Navy Department
building lsnot Included In this advertisement,
Specifications, general Instructions to bid
ders and blank forms of proposals will bo
furnished to established dealers on applica
tion to this ofllco. Proposals should bo In
closed In sealed envelopes, Indorsed on tho
outsldo "Proposals lor Fuel," and addressed
to the undersigned. M. It. THORP, Chief,
PROPOSALS FOR THE PURCHASE OF
WASTE PAPER. War Department,
Supply Division, May 1, 1889. Sealed Pro
posals, In duplicate, will bo received at this
Ofileo until TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON.
1 UESDAY, JUNE 11, Ibs9, for tho purchaso of
tho Wasto Paper of this Department. Its
Offices and Bureaus located In tno Stato, War
and Navy.Dcpartment Building, for tho fiscal
year ending Juuo 30, 1890. This puper will bo
removed by tho contractor promptly when
notified. The Department reserves the right
to reject nny or nil proposals and tovv.ilvo
defects. Proposals must bo mado on tho De
partment forms, marked "Proposals for
Wasto Paper." M. 1. THORP, Chief. Supply
PROPOSALS FOR WASHING TOWKLB.
fccalcd proposals. In duplicate, will bo
received at this Ofllco until TWELVE
O'CLOCK, NOON, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1889,
for Washing Towels for nso of tho War De
partment nnd Its Bureaus (luring the fiscal
year ending Juno 30. 1890. Proposals should
stato tho price per (Wen. Blank forms of
proposals and Information will bo furnished
on application to this oflloo. Tho Govern
ment reserves tho right to reject any and all
bids. M. It. THORP, Chief, Supply Division.
PROPOSALS FOR MISCELLANEOUS SUP-PLlES.-WAnDm'AiiTMKNT,
Scaled proposals (In duplicate) will bo re
ceived nt this ofllco until 1 o'clock p. m.
Wednesday, May 22. 1889, for furnishing Mis
cellaneous btippllcs, consisting of Brooms,
Brushes, Soaps, Towels, eto., etc, for the
War Department and Its bureaus ln Washing
ton, during tho fiscal year ondlngJuno 30,
1890, Blank forms of proposals, showing tho
Items and estimated quantities required, to
gether with Instructions to bidders, will bo
furnished on application to this office. Bids
will bo considered on each Item separately,
lTopoaals must bo addressed totho under
signed. Indorsed on the outslda of tho envel
ope, "Proposals for Miscellaneous Supplies,"
M. R. THORP, Chief Supply Division.
GREAT FULLS ICE CO,
Ho. 924 Pennsylvania Ave.
Wbolcsnlq and Retail Dealers In
Kennebec River Ice
WAGONS GO TO ALL TARTS OF THE CITY
AND MOUNT rLEABANT,
JiOotont for White Wapns,
AIVTIOX MA J.E.I,
milOMAS BOWLING, Auctioneer.
'lltUSTKES' HALE (7l Till! ALDEIINEY
DAIRY BUILDING, Wl AND Pit DSTHEKT
N.W., IN WASHINGTON, 1). 0 AT AUC
TION. Ily virtue of ndcod of trust dated tho 1st
day of May. A. 1). 18RI,und recordod In Liber
No. 1079. folio 117 4 sen ,ono of tho land ren
ordsof tho District of Columbia, nnd nt the
written request nf tho parlies scoured
thereby, tho undersigned will offer for sale.
In front nf the premises, on MONDAY, THE
TWENTIETH I)AY OF MAY, lSS, at the
hour of FIVE O'CLOCK P. M tho following
described rcnlcslato situated In Washington
( Ity, In tho Dl'trlct of Columbia, vlz.i All of
Hint part of original lot numbered six (0), In
square numbered threo hundred and seventy
tight (378), contained within tho following
inctcs and bounds: Beginning nt tho southeast
rorncruf said lot and ru lining thencoiiorth one
hundred and clghty-sovcn (187) feet and ten
and one-half (101) Indies to n publlo alloy:
tin neo West thirty (30) feet six nnd one-half
(CO Inches! thenco south ono hundred und
eighty-seven (187) foot ten nnd one-half (I0)
Inches to D street! ami thenco cast thirty ( 10)
feet Blx anil one-half (0) Inches to tho placo
nf beginning. Together with nil and singular
tho Improvements thereon, consisting of n
fix story brick building covering the entire
lot and tho fixtures therein. This substan
tial and olegant building was designed and
built In 1881 especially for tho dairy business,
nnd Is complete In nil Its appointments, tlio
main saloon, or lunchroom, on tho first
floor, being tho largest and handsomest In tho
city. There aro three elevators In tho build
ing ono passenger, worked by steam, and
two freight elevators. Tho building Is
heated by steam, and In addition to Its ca
pacity for tho dairy business has n largo
kitchen and dining room, besides about forty
sleeping apartments (on tho Blxlh floor) for
employes. On nil floors nliovo tho second
thero Is n largo storngo capacity.
Terms of sale: Ono-fourtli of purchaso
money In cash, and tlio balance In threo
equal Installments, paynblo In two, threo nnd
four years alter dato, (ho deterred payment",
If any, to bear Interest nt 0 per centum, and
bo secured by deed of trust on tho property
sold, or nil cash, at tho option of tho pur
chaser. In oaso of deferred payments tho
purchaser will bo required to keep tho prop
erty Insured to tho satisfaction of tho trus
tees. Adcposltof Jl.OOOwlllbo required of
tho tiurehascr on tho day of sale. All convoy
nncnig to bo nt tho purchaser's cost. Tcrmsof
Hiloto bo compiled with within ten days
from dny of sale, If not tho trustees reserve
the right to resell thu property at tho risk
nnd cost of tho defaulting purchaser, nftor
llvo days previous advcrtlsmcnt thereof In
Tho Evening Star.
GEO. II. D. WHITE, It-,,,.-.,
L. O. HINE. f Trustees.
Tho above salo Ispnstpnncdlti cnnsoqtlcnco
of tho rain until MONDAY, MAY 27, 183),
samo hour and plnco. without regard to
weather. By order of tho trustees.
THOMAS DOWLING. Auctioneer.
WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZERS,
All First-Class. None Better.
M. W. BEVERIDGE,
Importer of China and Glass,
JtWO VJlXX.srj.VAXIA AVi:XtTE,
Gas Boilers at 81.13 and S1.S0 for
Instantly making Tea
For largo and small families. Just
the stove for summer me, ns
jou extinguish tho firo
tho Instant tho cook
ing Is dono.
FOR SALE DY THE
413 10th St. N. W.
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wbolcsalo and ltctall Dealers la
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
311 rigbtli St. N, V near l'n, Ave.
Orders or requests tor quotations given
personal attenttou, and satisfaction euarau
teedln prlco and quality.
Chattered by Qongross, 1837.
Capital, $200,000, Surplus, $170,000
OFFICE: New Building, northeast corner
7th tt, and Louisiana avo.
ALBEIIT A. WILSON, O.W. nOWATtD.
THOMAS rAnKKIt, R. II. KAZAUD,
YKe-1'KeMcnti Awt, RvflrYtwy
I.lttlo 1'iospert or It llelliK Urccteil ut
It Is Improbable that tlio propose 1 Iliiv
tlst University will bo locntcilln this city
(R was hoped by resident Baptists, ns was
Btnlctl In this Citiric eotnc weeks aio. At
tho regular weekly meeting of tlio ll.iptlst
Ministers' Association In Chicago yesterday
tho offer of Mr. J. I). Rockefeller of )9.
MO for tlio establishment of a university
thcic was talked over and It Wat decided lo
hold a mass-mcctlnp; nt nil early dato for
the purposo of ralelnc; the $V0,000 Which It
Is Bill I necessary to rfct. It Is rumored that
he will make the amount somothlni? llko
$fl,GC0,b0O licfoic ha ccts through. Tho old
university place Is the slto most favorably
looked on by tho committee, as It would
likely Increase tho price. Sine tho Baptist
people lost that property, which was bo
queathed them by Stephen A, Dotijins,
they have felt a desire to regain possession
of It. Willi this present donation, and If a
fair prlco Is asked, It Is believed the com
mittee would take back tliclr old ground
nnd on It crrct the new university,
Advlco to Mother.
Jlrs. WInelovv'B Soothing Syrup should
nlwnjs be used for children teething. It
soothes tho child, softens tho cums. allays
all pnln, cures wind colic, and It Is tho best
remedy for diarrhoea. 25c. a bottle.
A New Itolllnc Mill.
Asiti.AXii, Wis., May 21. Tho project ot
establishing n rolllnp-mlll plant nt Ashland
Is again being agitated. A proposition
from wcll-knovvu Iron capitalists is ex
llccted to coino beforo tho association of
business mcu. It was estimated BOino tlmo
ago that for a plant worth $1 ,000,000 tho
city would bo expected to dev'oto a slto nt
least worth S'il.WX) and $100,000 In bonds or
the city running twenty years, with Interest.
Children Shouldn't S Hirer With ihn
For tho want of light clothing. AVc havo
elegant child's sulfa for $2.ft0 nnd $.'l.0.
Kiki-.man linos., 7th and E, Children's De
partment. Washington Sure Deposit Co., UIO 1'a.
nvc. Stornco Department all nbovo Ground.
EXTRACT OF MEAT
Finest and Cheapo MMoat Flavouring stock
for Soups, Mado ulihcs and Snueos. As Beef
Ten, "nn Invalnsole tonic.'" Annual sale,
GENUINE ONLY WITH FAC.SIMIf.13 OF
JUSTUS VON VillDIO'S SlGNATUltB IN
BLUE ACItObS LABEL.
Sold by storekeepers. Grocers and DrnR
Blsts. I.IBBIG'S EXTltACT OF MEAT CO.,
jiotj:i,s axj) jiesta veaxts,
HABRIS IIOUSE-AMEItlCAN PLAN
S'.'.M and S3 per day; l'n. nvo., bet. 13th
nnd 1llh streets; special rates to parties and
Corner IBth and I Btrcots northwest,
Opposlto llcl'lieraou Square.
II. M. CAKE.
FOH LADIES ANDWJENTLEMEN.
THEMObT EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangements can bo mado for
HECEl'TIONS, DINNEIl AND THEATRE
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo
JL 1-101 N. Y. AVE., COIt. 11TH ST.
Permanent and transient cucsts accommoda
ted. Modern Improvements.
Cars to all parts of tho city pass tbo door.
MItS. M. J. COLLEY. Proprietress.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
O. G. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Is!. Donse.
WASHINGTON, D. O
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TEBMS-J3.00 and S1.00 Tor Day.
JL A QUIET AND ELEOANT HOTEL.
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Nlntb St.,
NEW YOUK CITY.
JAMES II. DHKSLIN, l'roprlotor.
T. JAMES HOTEL,
SIXTH STHEET AND PBNNA. AVE.,
L. WOODBUKY. Proprietor.
WASHINGTON. D. C.
BOOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE.
Daring tba past summer a now addition
bas been erected containing tbo most luxu
rious restaurant rooms In tbo city.
D02OCm TH. FELTEILProp.
939 Ponna. Ave.
Ladles' Southern Ties, Oxfords, Nowports
and Nahants, In French Kid, Glazo Doncola,
Ilussett Goat, Ooze Calf and Suede. All ot
tho best material and workmanship, In latest
styles and colors,
Complete stook, Inoludliifr, Tan Goat, In
high and low cut; nlso very stylish Canvas
Shoes for house wear.
Our Men's Shoes
Tako In all tho lcmllnc stylos nnd colors.
Tan and ItussctGoat, high and low out.
Genulno Seal Oxfords, tho handsomest light
colored bIioo worn.
Our stock ot C.ilf, Kangaroo nnd ratcnt
Leather, high and low cut, Is complcto.
Wo do not Intend to carry a largo stock
through tho hot months of summer, so havo
made our prices such as to movo them early
John Kyas, M'g'r, John Staktzuam, Treas,
UOS.CALYERT ST,, BALTIMORE, MD.