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THE WASHINGTON OUTTTO, MONDAY EVENTNG, JUNE 3, 1889.
KiV-TIIK HATION'AI,' S,lPK U'F.ROslT
tr . . COMPANY, .
C'oYncrJMIi Street arul Now,Yorh Avenue.
, Bllycrwaro and nil valuables received on
Btoraco alUbovo High Water Mark
trf Waswxotmv, May gl,im.
f-ff There will bo A meeting i( th slock
noldcr of tlio 1'qtrolciim Fuel Company of
West VlrKlnlafm JIONDAY, .Inmnu.W, ut
tho office, 4.17 "tli st. it. w., nt.1 u'olock i. in,
KroiKNWoon ckw.tkhy.-thi: an-
xy mini mectlwr of tlio Lot Owners of
Oknwood V-qmotcry fof tho olectloiior 'trus
tees to servo1 .for. the ensulnR,yoar will bo
held fin MONDAY, Juno 3, at 8 p. in., nt tfio
National Nines' Armory.
WILLIAM LORD. President.
ftCEf-t.AHinsi lADIBM I.ADIKHI
-' Mrs. McCnffcrty Is tlio only lint and
Sonnet-frame maimfnotiiror In tho city. Call
and fee her now shapes, lllcnohluir mid
wcsslnir. straw and felt hat altered to tho
(Mst styles, prdors promptly nttonded to.
I loouostroetn. w.
J5-THE NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT
5'. Company,. 16th st. and New York
aTcnno, receives jillvcrwnro and nil kinds of
valuab(c.oii deposit. Bates of all sizes tor
rent'. Vaults flro-proof, burglar-proof, damp
proof, Insldo of tbclr now building, with
walls 3 feet 0 Inches thick. Construction fire
proof throughout. Equipment unsurpassed
u a flafe Deposit Company.
' Apartments provided exclusively for ladles,
iCoufccllotiory, Pme randies,, Cakes, Pies,
utt, foreign and Domestic! Fruits, at
303 Pai avei s. e.
NOTICE.-N0 bills will bo. paM for
-7 supplies, 010., inrnisnen ine sioain
in of tho Inland Hoaboard- Coasting Co.
nave fhpso purchased on the ordowotsnpt.
OKO. l&riflLLlPa and SoofctaryALVltED
TV 000. , r .
KJSr-FOIl EASY FEET VISIT DK. WHITE,
5f: chiropodist, 1410 ra.invo.,i opposite
WilUrjrs Hotel. All diseases of tho (not sue
uossfntly treated by Dr., A, a. Will to, son of
the lata Uoorgo A, -White Dr. White baa
been connected with his father's business
hero land In Ilaltlihore for nearly nineteen
J cam. Established In Washington 1801, Vtf,
1 wr visit. Hours. 8 to 0; Sundays, 9 to IS. .
, - ' T .
THE WASHINOTON AIKffllTBCT
UHATilltON AND BlUDOKWOUKH,
JTHAiLy jj, UAilVAII Uii
'Thabest facilities In tho city for all kinds
Steel Beams, Ancles, etc, always In stock.
Flno Ornamental Casts and wrought-Iron
Work n specialty.
Repairs and general machine work done In
the Jtest manner and at short notice. '
Bole Licensees. In the Dlstrlot of Columbia
for tho "GocU-Mltcholl" Bystom of Ucam
Anchors and rotcctors.
Works: iCor. 83d and Water Streets: Tole
Ofilco: 1413 0 Street n. w.t Tolephone, 493-3.
Washington. D. P.; ,'.).,
vx' ATTORNEYS, -..
Bun Building, - ,1315 V Btroct,,
KOT-THOSE WHO DESTIin COMFOKTIN
f hot wenthor place-1 tholri ordor "for
.blurts early 111 uprlng, so eiill,jn p. T. 11
jP08 P at. n. w ahlrt maker and f urnlshc
' 'Should bt read daily lu all IntiraM, i
fhangu may occur at, any time.)
Letters for foreign countries need not be
specially addressed for dlspatoh by any par
ticular steamer, except when It Is desired to
end duplicates of banking and commercial
documents. letters not specially addressed
being sent by tho fastost vessels available.
Foreign malls for the week ending Juno B
;wlll close promptly In all oases at this offlco
SUNDAY-At3 ti.m. for Costa Tllca.vla Ll-
mon.lier B.S.I OTlmll, from New Orleans.
JIONUAY At 3 p. ra. for Ilollze. Puerto Cor
tez and Guatemala, per s. st Breakwater,
. from New Orleans; at 3 p. ra, forTruxlllo,
per s.s. J. Oterl, jr., from Now Orleans; at 3
p. m. for Puerto C'ortea and Guatemala, per
. s. Profossor Morso. fromNew Orleans.
TUKSDA Y-At 1 p. m. for Progressofpcr s. .
Jlcodez Nnnez. via Havana (letters for
other Mexican. States mnst 00 dlrootcd
"per Mendez Nunoz'3, at '1 p. m. for St.
Domingo and Turks Island, per s, s. Dela
WEDNESDAY.-At O.n. m. for Belgium di
rcctpcr s. s. Pennland, via Antwerp (letters
mujUjo directed "per Pennland" ; at 630 .
k,m. for.lraiond.por s. s. Adrlatlo.vla Queens
r'Townr1 letters' for Great1 Britain and other
Kuropean nqountrles must be tlrectcd "per
lAdrlatIc"4t OJO a. jo. for Europe., per s.
s". Lolin.vlasoiitliampton and Bremen let
ters for, Jrcland.: pjuiit ,bq directed "per
Lahn,''f atl p. m.'for .Campeohoj Chiapas,
Tabasco and 'Ynoatan, iter p.e. City of Alex
andria llettera for' Cuba, also Tamnlco and
i.Tuxpom, direct and other Mexican states
via vera Crun must bo directed "per City
.TUUBHDAY.-At 9 n. m. for Fortune. Island
and Haytl. per e. s. Alva I letters for Savan
JUn, tte, must be directed "por Alva"; at 1
p. ln.forBormuda.pers. s.Trluldad; at 1
p. m. tor Nassau, N. P., and Bantlago.Cuba,
nor s. s. Santiago; at 630 p. m. for New
'Foundland, tier steamer from Halifax; at
8i30 p. ni. for St. I'lorre' JUquelon, per
steamer from Halifax.
SATUHPAYAt9a. m., for Jamaica, also
Costa Klea, via IJmon,pera. s. Alps: at 9
a. m. for Norway dlroct.pcr B. s. Island let
ters must bo directed "per Island": at 0
a. in. for France, Switzerland. Italy, Spain
and Portugal, per s. s. .La, OaScogne, via
Ilavro letters for Austria must be dlrocted
"per La Gascogne"; at 9 a. m. for tho
Netherlands, via Itnttcrdam, per s. b. Veen
dam letters mnst be directed "per Veen
dam"; nm.30 a.. Di.,. for.. Scotland direct,
per s.-s-.'DeronlarVlaQlasgpw letters must
be directed "per Dovonla'ji at 0:30 a. m. for
Great ,BrltalD. Ireland, Belglmn. Nether
lands and Anstria, per s. a. .UmJirla,. via
Queenstawn letters for other European
countries must bodlrcotod"perllmbrla":
at 0:80 a. m. for Germany, Denmark,
Sweden, Norway, Ilussla and Turkey, per
b. s.Elbc. .via Bremen letters for Great
Britain, Ireland, Belgium and Netherlands,
via Southampton, must bo directed "per
Slbo"; at 10 a. m. for the Windward Isl
ands, per s. s. Muriel; at II a. m. for Bol
glum direct, per . u. Waesland, via Ant
iwerp letters must bo directed "per Waes
land; at 1 p.m. for Cuba, per s. s. City of
Atlanta,vla Havana lottors must bo direct
ed "per City of Atlanta".
Valla tor China and Japan, per s. s. Arabia
(from San Pranclscol, close bore Juno 'i at
.p.m. Malls for tlio Hawaiian Islands,
pers, s. Umatilla Itrom San Francisco
51os hero Junu'1.1 at 7 p. n. Malls for
.ustralla. Now Zcalund. Hawaiian. FIJI and
Samoau Islands, per s. a Zealandlafrom
'San Fianclsco closohero Juuo ilut"i).
m. for on arrival at Now York of s. s. Ait
ranla, with British malls for Australia,
, Walls for tho Society Islands per shlpTropio
Bird from Ban Francisco close heroJnno
Watrp.m. Mails for Cuba by 'rail to
Tamna, Fin., and thenco by steamer, via
Key West, Fla,, closo at this ofilco dally at
Tho snlimhtln of nlnstnif of Ti'nnR.Pnelflf!
trails Is arranged on tho presumption of their '
uninterrupted overianti transit innan rraa
olsco. Mulls from tho East nnlvlntr o-M.Tiiir
at fan Franolsco 'on tho day of palling, of
steamers-are dispatched theueuthesnippday, I
(egisiercu fnau closes avu p.m. previous
' "' COnNELIUS VAN COTT,
Postofflce, few York, N. Y May 31, 188'J, t
1 vo3iaiissioxJUts or njwvs.
8. BUNDY. COM'R OF DEEDS AND NO-
'. tary Public. 459 La. ave.', opp. C(ty UaU,
uoTjiza ixv JtESTAUitAttra.
Comer IBth and I streets northwest,
Opiosllo MoPberson Square.
TOR lABIES ANP GENTLEMEN,
THE MDbT )JXJUIS1TE CUISINE IN WASH
Arrangemtnts.can bo mado for
IiECEFTlONS.'DINNBR AND THEATltB
. Wines, Liquors and Cordials by the bottle
or case. x
A WASHINGTON, D. O.
6tJ. STArLES.iatoofT'houoandlsI. House,
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Four Iron Fire Escapes.
TERMS-1 3.00 and $1.00 Per Day.
X A O.U1KT AND ELEGANT HOTEL,
Cor, Broadway and Twcnty-Mlnth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
jAMliS M. 1IHK3LIN. Proprietor.
OT. JAMliS HOTEL,
' EUROPEAN PLAN,
BIXTU! STREET AND PflMNA. AYE.,
l WOOBUJiY Uoprlctor,
n.4.V!rEwSJi5z,i. ' "
Adtirtlitmmti utulir IKtu head, our Hutu or
Ut,ii tintior thrtt InttrttoniiW ctnltjpr tlx.
TrANTED CAPABLE SALESMAN ' Vo
VV Intrpduco our gooils; energctlo man
can build nntirufltablonnri nerrannent busi
ness for hlmvlf. Apply, with riifrrnnccs, to
ItOBACIIHIfS DISINFECTANT CO,
ester, N. Y.
ANTKir- A 1IELIABLT1 PAltTY WITH
.rartlffll Intnbnn limited hArlnAi'ihln
W'tlte or.-sllcjit. hi M' Wull tnuwn private
Hanking llousoln this lty, desiring torn-
wim iuinitssi specially, commercial uis- ,
counts'; ifivestmoiits mlo nnd profitable; free '
Of business oxnso;. capital nnd scciirlHes
entirely within Investor's nontrol. Address I
nfsft-r;iis, f. . iioi.gfl) wasiiingkin, I), c.
"IXTANTKI)- A COAIPKTENT COI.OItED
VV -wnmnn, to go, Xorth as cook- 'and
hoiiKcket'iM.r to n plrj-slclan, Apply for three
days at ICWlilh ttnwi
WANTEDA HEXTON FOll A'CItllltCII
VV centrnlly located. Apply after
o'clock 11. in., nt Boom 41, Onaoran Bulldl'ig,
No application will ha received before tho
WANTEO--HALKSMAN WITH, A TEA
trailo. Address Box No. lOiU'blladoI
VlTANTED-tlinL TOi DO OENEKAL
VV. honsework: German preferred; ISM
Waltaoh iilaoe, bolwcon 13th and Hth and T
.T.V ., no Wv. Apply at I1UILDEII9' EX
CHANGE. Pittsburg, Pa.
Attrfrtlnwent under thUhtml, four tint or
Utf; fa etnttfor thru ttmrttotw fiO cent 4 for U.
WANTED BY TWO RESPECTABLE
white girls places as ohambcrmalds or
seamstresses! best of city references given.
WANTED-BYA JIESPECTAULK COL
orel girl, with good roforonces, situa
tion as chambermaid or waitress; neat and
tidy. Call or address -170 Washington st, bet
(land H.4ihandMh sts n w. '
WANTEDA WHITE BOY OF 14 YEAI18
wishes employment with a lespectable
famllyi Is a good milker and willing to work.
uuress iiwin, ,n iwn st n e.
irANTED-BY A YOUNG MAN, PLACE
VV In grocery store or -waiter In hotel or
ic-stanmnt, or drive milk wagon, anyplace
to make himself useful.- Call at S03 7th st a w
n VI K TED 3118 O VI.T.A XEO VS.
MtirtlitmtM UHtltr thU liwrf, four Una or
las, OS cent for Mi iiui tlont; CO etnttfor tlx.
WA"NTKD-A LADY WITH DAUOIITEIt'
df JSdoslros care of furnished houso
for summer; references given. Mrs. a, WW
A st n e.
WANTED-NICELY FUIINIS1IED HOUSE
for tho summer by young coiiplo with
lost references; no children. Addiess P. o.
WANTED-GOOD SECONDHAND SAFE
ty, bicycle; give full particulars and low
est cash price, PEItf'Y M. ItEESE, 1116 Mad
I son aye Baltimore, Md,
WANTED A SMALL FAMILY OF
ndultfl to take care of a furnished homo
for summer or small icnt for llvo months.
House, 1103 A st n 0. Inqulro at 141 lltb n e.
WANTED-IIOHSES TO PASTUHEAT $1
.per month: grain feed extra: personal
attention; order box lrlco's stable, 811 Oth st
n w: farm 7th st road, 8 miles from city. O.
H.P.CLAItK, sllgo, Md.
run iti:xT3uxcj2J.r,.ixj;o us.
I70B BENT Oil SALE-STORE AND DWEL
: ling; 0 rooms and bath: all m I; stock of 1
groceries, coniociions nno ice cream saloon;
also furnished rooms torrent; first-class busi
ness place. 1)010 11 st n w.
Adttrtltcmentt under thlt head, four Una or
lot, S3 etnttfor thra iuttrtlont; CO etnttfor tlx.
C08 to C32 K st n 0, 3-story bricks. 7
rooms and bath. Just completed, caoli $3,000
11th st bet O and P sts n w, 3-story and
basement brick, 10 rooms and bath,
lotl8x(to alley 0,500
J4th bet U and V sts n w, S-story frame
6 rooms, lot 20x100, stable, excellent
business property 4,500
15th bet T and ll sts n W, 2-story brick,
concrete cellar, 8 rooms and bath,
beautifully finished..,...! 7,500
Get our Juno bulletin.
B. F. GILBERT A CO.,
Oil F st n w.
OUSES FOR SALE-
Ustn w.soveral brown stono fronts,, .$13,000
lDth st n w, nr It st, brick 10,300
lSthstn w. nrTst io..vn
Qstn w, nrlCth 8,750
Bitb st n w, nr N 8,750
K st n w, bet lCth and 10O 8,500
LvDrolt Park.cottagoandlargelot.... 8.000
Fiercest, 3-story brick , 5,000
" S " 5,000
T st n w, bet 15th and 10th 5,500
I. st n w, bet 3d and 4th 4,600
13th st. nrW, brick 4,800
tthstnw, nrll 4,100
K st n 0, nr North Capitol 4,000
W st n w, nr 13th 3,500
isthstn w, nrW .-. s, too
Vermont avc,nr T.frnrao a75
Tth otue.nr East Capitol 1,800
may Bt. n. w.
ZOST AXJi TOUX1).
LOST-MAY 31, 1889, A ST.. BERNARD
dog; answers to the name of Kip. A lib
eral reward will bo given If returned to F. W.
(IKENFEL, veterinary surgeon, 417 14th st
LOST - BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND
Ohio depot and Georgetown, $) In paper
money, In a roll. Snltablo reward for its re
turn to 1730 High st. Georgetown.
LOST-MAY 80, SMALL BLACK-AND-TAN
torrler gyp; white spot cm breast; an
swers to name Dal(iy. Liberal reward' If re
turned to 1710 Pa ave n w.
BOAIIDINO ONE FURNISHED ROOM
with board to accommodate two gentle
men. $8 per week. C07 N st 11 w.
BOARD FOR ONE OR TWO LADIES OR
gentlemen, or man nnd wife; second
story front; large, shady grounds; tennis,
hammocks. ooiiYeiilcnt to car lines; private
family. Address 801 Dcleware aye n e.
WANTED-SUMMER BOARDERS; LABOE
airy rooms; beautiful shady lawn; high
location.1 Address Mrs. M. A, D18F1IAM,
COUNTRY BOAIID-S4 WEEK-BEAUTI-fully
Bltuated, thico-nuartersof a mile
south Fvontntoyal,, near tMienaudoah Hirer;
plcnt,frultnml shade, and three kinds ox
cellefltvater. "W. W-t-Fronflloyal, Warren
County. Va.. Box 118.
QUMMER BOARDERS ACCOJLMODATED
p. Mrstrelnss board. Mis. ty A, ll.PRICE,
FTdstburg.Allegttny Coftnty: Md. 'Parties
without children preferred. Pme water and
iilenty of rich milk, Altitude, SAW feu',
'I crmwi $ and $7 per week.
'PHEASANT SUMMER BdAltU; SEVEN
I miles fiom Washliigtondroye; situation
high and healthy; abundance fruit. Ice, milk,
eto.i line Bhade: largo rooms: terms mod
eratu. Address Box 3-1, llrookvMlj, Mil.
nillE UNDEHSIGNED, PHOPItlETOR OF
A tho Kenncii Houso, at lllverton, Va.,
tsltuittedut thojulictlon pf ,tha twa hraucho
of tho Shenaudoah Illvcr.and unsurpassed
for beauty ol Bccnory, .health, Boclety and
basB fishing), wants summer boarders, who
will bo furnished nice airy rpoms, good faro
and atteutlon. Terms moderate und made
knowu on application. Address
JOSEPH W. KENKEN'.
X Three Oasliablp rooms.
ptUEbTS ACCOMMODATED ON FARM, S
VJT minutes, from, donott telecraph and
churches, and samlnutu from VVushlngton;'
largo porches; cool rooms; lee; slmdn, and
abundnnco of all kinds of fruit. Seo proprie
tor on Tnesday or Wednesday, after C p. in.,
at 1181 Mh st n w. ' ' ' '
"TNGLES1DE." HANDOLPH bTATlON,
X Metropolitan Branoh, 181 miles from
Waslilngton: new houso; 80 rooms: Just com
pleted forsummor boaidorBi"pfenty of shade;
milk, fruit and lco In abundance; open Juno
1. Address ELIAS REISER, Montrose, Mont
gomery County. Md.
VV RorKViiu, Md.,
Will be opened for the reception of guests
Juno 13. Newly built and newly furnished.
Modern iraprocmcnts, electric; bells, guj,
water, ' MRS, M. J, COLLEY.
Of the clarendon,
Westminster Park, Alexandria Day, N, Y,
. yn,1VC6,!ona,jly tno I"0'' location In tho
1,000 Islanda," Harper's Jlagaziue, Kcptora
? W to 13 P l,y, $10 q $17 per week.
Special rates to families and parties, Bcod
for Illustrated pamphlet,
Atlttttlrrrnl imltf thlt html, fsnittlltm A,
litt, accntior ivs Inttrtlontl 60 cenUfor $lr.
mills IS THE SEASON OF THE YEAR TO
J adorn and Impiwo your honsoi by put
ting on a new coat of paint. II. M. IlltOwN,
011 the comer of 7th and N sts n w, Is Just tho
limro to buy tho material, and don't you for
getlti nXTIIEN- EVERYBODY FAILS TO EX
,VV tract your tooth, go to tho BALTI
MORE DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 41 st s W,
11111I get satisfaction,
iVhfrll'S old' htand is the'"only
U place WheroJlrst class jooond-hand Cloth
ing chit bo sold (if respeotahlo prlcos, Ad
drchj or cnll nt 819 II st. n. w.
Ailrtitlttinentt under thlt head, four llntt or
lea, 23 eentt for thra nnrtlont; 50 etnttfor tlx.
-170H RENT-UNFURNIS1IED-3 IK)6m
J one on first, two on second floor; newly
papered and painted; In prlvnto family of two
adults: reff re nre s exnlinnged. t038 1 st-n w.
TTOR RENT-A FLAT OF VIVE ROOMS:
JC gas and steam heat; 4IK) Louisiana ave.
l?OH RENT-IT) II ST N W, A 8EC0ND
I; story suite of looms, furnished; board If
desired; one squaio west of War and Navy
IrOR BENT-TWO PLE.VSANT ADJOINING
! rooms, first floor, near Pension OBIce;
piano; private entrance; furnished or unfur
nished; may bo used for storage Inqulro 719
7th st or 401 3d stn w. '
OR RENT - ilEAUTirilL SUMMER
rooros,lngle or pn suite, In prlvato fam
ily, furnished; Urge doublo 'corner house;
south and cast front; references required.
1101 K stn w
1 QliQ V 8T-t FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
IO III) first-class board; location particu
larly desirable for summer; street-cars within
a few stops of the door.
T)O0MS AND BOARD AT SUMMERRATES.
Xi Private bath; wine served nt dinner
without extra charge 1400 H st n w,
TTOnRENT-JlOTOS'JorEIt MONTH FOR
JC .snltes of rooms; nil conveniences; well
furnished. Tao 1 Ith st n w.
I70R RENT-LA HUE HANDSOMELY FUR
; nlslied room, front; also handsome rooms
en suite or single, at summer prices. 1211 I
I?OR IIENT-1 I33L ST N W, HANDSOMELY
.' fm-nlshcd rooms; single or en sulto, ut
snmtner prices; convenient to cars and lisr
dies; soutbern eiposure. "
"POR' RENT-CHOICE ROOMS, NOW VA
,JC cant; .elegantly furnished; pleasantly
iS,J,:.AlT"'r cnr'y t0 mi. T. R. BROOKS,
W1-bo;i istli st n v.
TTOR TIENT-NICELT FUHNI8IPD ROOMS,
X1 slnglo and on sultoj at and 3d Doorsiiouo
of tho best locations in tho city; summer
prices, on M st n w.
IrOU RENT DOUBLE PARLORS, TO
I gctlier or separate: also ono other room,
unfurnished or 1 iirnlsliod, at 300 II st n w,
J?OR RENT-ONE LARGE NICELY FUR
X1 nisucd pleasant summer room on Sd floor;
front bay window; mod Imps; rent $8. 010 It
st 11 w.
Fit RENT-W1 K ST N W, VERY DE
slrable rooms, handsomoly fmnlshed, en
'suite or single; references oxchangod; no
FOR RENT-1110 15TII ST N W, A BRIGHT
and nicely furnished front room on 2d
floor; gas and bath; rent $8; also back parlor
$8; herdlcs pass tho door. '
70R RENT-PRIVATE FAJIILY, WITU
X out children, 3 unfurnished communicat
ing rooms on Sd floor, for light housekeeping;
hay window: cheorful and sunny; convenient
to three ear lines, 1508 6th at nw.
170R RENT-1014 15TH faT N W. PLEASANT
and attractive sdtory front alcove
room, with board, near MoPhcrson Hquaro;
transients accommodated; summer rates.
1TOR RENT-BRIGHT, AIRY BACK PAR
; lor; nicely furnished; opening on back
porch; ono square from Oth st cars. 1911 Vt
ave 11 wi
ITIORRENT-FURNISnED ROOMS. 910 NY
: aVe; slimmer rates. r
TJQR RENT-1413 Ii ST N W, TWO ELK
JD gant suites of parlors on Sd floor, suitable
for gentlemen: also other desirablo rooms:
overy convenience and comfort; lierdlo atid
I70R RENT-CHEAP FOR SUMMER-TWO
I .beautiful adjacont JJats, 7 rooms caoh;
'mod imps; fulW furnished for hoasekeeplng;
on avenue car lino: roforencos required. Ad
dress FLAT No. 1, B und Q HatS.Hroit Wash
Ington. IOR, , RENT-THREE NICE UNFUR
, ' Dished rooms, with gas and bath. lOW
(Ith stnw. '
T?OR RENT HANDSOME SUITE OF
X rooms on 1st floor; also pleasant bed
room on Sd Uoor; with private family; near
Scott Clrclo; everything now and flrsl-olass;
$30 per suite. 1417 nth St.
roit bale Axn itvxi:
OEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TIIOS. E. WACGAMAN, 017 FBtrcct.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
U-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
SS3 Ind ave n w, b h, m 1, 9 rs $7,500
178110th st n w, b h, Ors .-. 7,500
lssi Mats ave n w, f b, 8 rs 7.350
88 1 stn w, bb, ml, Ills 0,500
lSOBCthstuw.bh, ml, 9 rs 5,500
605 0th Bt n w, b h, m 1, 8 is 4,600
430 1 Bt n w. b h, Trs 1 4,500
S211and'.313 7tliKtnw,bh,0is 4,000
UJSSOthstnw, bh.Srs..., 1,,.. lcoo
Alley bet Slst and slid, M and N sts 11 w,
bb, Ors 1,500
TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
SS10 to S23I Boundary st n w, b I $10,900
S024 to soil Bouudary st 11 w, b b, Irs... 15,700
sail to 22a) 10th stn w, hh, a is 13,000
2to07that road ,. 11,300
1733(o 174S K mi w.Ors 9,000
701 toTOOFanairutBt uw, till, 5r 9,000
1904B Bt n W.fll, 8 m. !'..,.., 7.000
1 to 0 alley bet M und N, 12th ami 13th
11M1 to 11511 23d stnw, f h,4rs 0.000
1123 soth at 11 w, f Ii, 0 rs. and 2 houses
tear , 5,000
1811 Dstnw,f h,0rs 3,000
8328 to 3J3IP stnw, fh.Srs 5,000
1247 and 1249 Madison Bt u w, fh,4rs,
and 2 bh rear , 4,800
829 to 835 22d Bt n w, bh,9r 4,500
406 to 411 Baars alloy nw.b h,4rs 4.000
4 a N st n w, f h. S rs, and S houses 1 ear 4,000
1828 V st n w, b li, 0 rs..,,, .,.,. 3,800
1013 12th stnw.f h,7 rs 3,773
205 12th stnw, till, ors ,,, 3,000
7!0Qstnw, bh.O rs.. 3,500
HOUSES FOR RENT.
459 C at 11 W, 8 rs , ,..$50 00
2UUNJaonw, Ors , 50 00
832 N J OVO 11 W, 0 IS 50 00
SOU D stnw, 10 rs..,.,, , ,15 50
309 14th stn w, Ors ,, 35 00
noa VaavoBW, 8rs.. 2300
Tennnllytown road n w, 8rs 2300
217 lltli st s w, 7 rs , 2001)
3d floor, Market Space, 4 rs .., 2000
219 10th it s e, ! r 18 00
uxisutii stn w, ors , 18 00
83 list no, 5rs , 1500
SiMNstsw, Ors,... ,...,.., It 00
9194th itne, 3rs , 13 50
Mlbthstue, 4r.,,, 12 80
OlOOsts w, 0 rs 15 00
802 Essex Court n w, 4 rs ,... II CO
4 7th st road, 4 rs 8 00
8d floor 021 liol ave uw 7 00
510 ad sts w, srs ,,, 1 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds; 6 per cent., payable
duartorly; In Minis SloO to $1,000; small pro
In sums tp suit aid percent.
The nboNo Is only n iortlon of the pioperty
on my books. For full list call atollloefor
bulletin Issued on the 1st and 15th.
Atlieilltenientt under thlt head, four linn or
'HiiSHHiiSCMiUXi!" ""'"' M etnttfor ilx,
REAL E8TATB BROKER.
1011) F st, adjoining Sun Building.
Suburban property a specialty.
SOR SALE-TEA AND COFFEE STAND
In market; stock, fixtures, trado; good
inco for young inun wlbhlng to enter Into
business; reason given for selling. Addicsa
1227 Mh st 11 w.
IpOR SALE-A BARGAIN-ESTABLISHED
provision, storo corner 9th aud N sts;
leasun fur selling change of buslnoss.
AN OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY FOR
sale to an Immediate purchaser; rare
ehanco for party with small capital; satisfac
tory reasons gl 011 for selling, Apply at 1017
12th stn w.
RIDER &. ADDISON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers lu
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS IND STATIONERY,
31 WshtU St, N. IV,, neat Pa, Ave,
Orders or requests lor quotations given
MrsoxitUtUnUon.and satlsjaotion Kiiaran
Kv410 piKd,4 qu-ltr. n
JFOi JIKXT-.11U US lib.
Adttrtlnmentt under ttilt head, four llntt or
Uit.vn eentt for three lnttrtlon;lti cents for tit.
Troll ItENT-LB DROIT PARK, TWO
! story and collar brick house, 0 or 7
rooms; modem Impiotoinonts; front, side
aud back vardl rent $-10 per month In od
vnncoj 181J Linden street, Apply on pi cm
I?OR RENT-TO A FAMILY OF ADULTS,
: n two-story brlek dwelling, newly pa
pered; corner 11th and H streets parking
front and side: very doslrablo locntlon. Ap
ply at 1221 8 st 11 w. ,
TjOR RENT-NEW IllllCK HOUSE, 8
1 rooms, bay window, cellar, bath, shed,
largo yard: convenient to Patent, Pension
nnd Gov't it. Odlees, and to cars, aohnols and
market; $33, 221 K stn w,next to 3dst.
TJIOR RENT-$10-DP1IBLE HOUSE, COR
: ncr of Oth st and llliodo Island avo n w;
press-brick front, two bar windows; 7 largo
rooms and bath: all modem Improvements,
Inquire on premlsos. or noxt door.
"I?OR RENT-408 0TII ST N W, THREE
.1! story nnd basement brick) 10 rooms and
bath; possession June 1. Inquire of J, I.
JONES, Postodlco Department, near Till st
"I70R RENT-132S (I ST N W, 7-ROOM
X house. In coraploto ordor; gas. water,
bath, latrobe, largo yard. Also 1001 Now
ork avo 11 w, cornor 10th st; 12 rooms: brick;
all modern Improvements; collar, yard. Coy
I 7011 HENT-R8DBT8 W, 4-HOOM BI1IOK,
; with bay window; parking In front;
water; $12. Inqulro on premlsos.
"iron BENT-HOUSE 110O 7TII ST N W
.I.' mod Imps. Inquire at STONE'S Drug
btnro. UCOUlut 11 w. J
1701 It I ave n w, 17 rs ,..,$MI33
1418 Mass ao, 17 rs, and stable........ 200 00
1409 Mass ato n w , KM 67
1228 m st n w, 16 rs 12300
1810 N stn w, ISrs..,,, ,.,,...., va 00
1780 Mass ave, 17 rs ,. 123 00
1700 15th st 11 w. 16 rs., ,,.,,,,. 110 07
1023 Mass ae, 13 rs 100 00
1iC8Istu w, 11 rs..., ..,,.,..,1 8131
18C0 Uthstnw.O rs, and store 83 33
16821sttn w, lira... ,, ,,,,.. 83 83
1401 stoughton st, 11 rs...... 8.1 33
10C9B stnw. wh. ..,.., ,, 8000
CI.Msthst n w, I8r 75 00
18tjrtn w,1l r , 1..,. 73 00
H02 K stnr, 11 r 75 00
1514 P stnw, 19 rs. 75 00
19230tn w, 9 rs ,..,, 76 00
942 N Ynvon w, 9rs..., 05 00
2f23()stn w, 11 rs, nnd stable 70 00
Col lSthstiiw..,, 00 07
1922 I St II W, 9 rs 03 00
!41BNtnw, 11 rs U5 00
2018 Hlllyer Place, Ors 00 00
1911 N stnw, 8 rs , 50 00
1008 10th st 11 w, 9 rs 50 00
1748 Corcoran st, 9 rs.. ,... 40 50
812N.1 aren w,9 rs 45 00
1923 16th stnw, 9 rs 4500
1708 M st n w, 7 rs i..,.. 4.100
1009 II stnw. 9 rs 37 60
1533 Pierce Place. 10 rs 42 00
1801 q st n w, 0 rs 5000
1721 lath st n w, Ors ,,,, 4000
S4loi4UiBtnw,10rs.... , 4000
1400 C'bapln Bt, 9 r 40 00
1007 I6U1 stnw, 10 rs 4000
1330 Rlggs stnw, 0 rs , 3500
1832ltlggsst nw.ltl 35 00
1834 Rlggsst, Ors 3100
ik 29th stnw, 7 rs ,, ai 00
213 131 sts w, 0 rs...... 30 00
1507 Caroline st, 7rs , S5 00
1431 Pierce Place, Ors 2000
2281ststew, Ors..., , , 13 00
222 1st st s w, Ors 1500
2408 14th stn-w, 10 rs... 4000
1303 6th st n w, 9 rs , 8000
1112 lath stnw, 10 r 05 00
5 II stnw, 15 ra 100 00
Tho above houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only,
THOMAS J. FISHER & CO.
1824 F st 11 w.
COS 12th st, 15 rs $00 00
27 Iowa Circle. 14 rs 8.1 S.I
3327 N Btnw, 13 rs. CO 00
J029S2d8t,10 r 65 00
1448 N st n w, 9 rs 50 00
1602 Vermont avo, 10 rs to 00
225 A Bt no, 8r 35 00
23Astne,8rs ,.., 33 31
SOOOstne.Srs ... 3000
1 and 3 Saul Building , 27 00
87 Iowa Circle, furnished,,.,...,,.,,.,, 125 00
1229 ra ave, 0 rs 13 50
1415 n st n e, houso and storo 1030
7322lBtBt,13 rs : 00 00
ensprucoet, 8rs.. , 0150
1415 W st n w, 0 rs ,;, , 22 B0
617!0thst,6rs ...' 15 30
125 II st n e, 6 rs and stablo 15 00
D329thstne,5 rs 1030
1223 K Bt S O, 6 rs 10 50
1500 Gales st, Ors 11 CO
2 Bladcnsburg road, Ors 1000
llOMBtso, Ors 1000
570 Elm at, Ors 10 30
5 houses, 13th and Kentucky avo 10 so
19 Dlngman Placo, 4 rs 9 00
CHAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. W. Cor. I4th and (1 sts. n. w.
No. W Penn, Ave
HEAR TENTH ST.
During the summer we
clean up and clear out in
order to get ready for the
Fall and Winter trade. So,
if you wish to buy a Piano
or Organ, that has been out
at rent or taken in exchange,
by buying now you can get
the advantage of summer
prices and save a great deal
of money. We have Up
right Pianos at all prices
from $125 upwards; Organs
$22, $27, and so on. A!i
kinds of Musical Instru
ments at a reduction. vVe
want the rodim, and we must
get rid of the goods, Now
is your great opportunity.
We are sole ogent9 for the
Bohemian Music Paper
straw tinted and will not
blot or spread the ink; only
o cents per quire.
And also for "Harris'
Sheet Music Binder," for
repairing torn and damaged
music. A box containing
sufficient to mend iorty
pages of music only 25 cts.
The Arion Guitar, only
$12; the American Conser
vatory Guitar, only $15; the
Washburn Guitar, from 25
upward. AH American
made; guaranteed not to
split or warp, and to be
fretted absolutely correct.
We keep everything kept
in a first-class Music Store,
and we do not hesitate to
say our Sheet Music De
partment is the largest and
most complete in the city.
Special terms to teachers
and those entitled to a dis
count. Come and see our
store and avail yourself of
our summer prices.
F, ELLIS k CO,
937 Fn, are., near lQtbst,
Tho Great Pennsylvania Koiitc,
To the North, West and Southwest.
Doublo Track. Hplcndld Scenery,
Steel ItalK Mnmlfk- nt Equipment.
. . In Errrcr Mat 11 lHsil.
Trains lenvo Washlnnton fro-n Btatlon, cor
ner of sixth nnd 11 streets, is follows!
, Fon I'itt sBtno and tho M'cit, I'Monjrn Lim
ited Express of IMiIImau Vostlbitlod Cars nt
P.S0 a m dally. Fast Lino, 0 CO a in dally to
Cincinnati and bt. Louis, with lpilng cars
from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and IlarrhbiirK
tobt Louis; dally, except Saturday, toCbP
raRo, with sleeping ear Altooimto Chicago.
Western' Express at 7.40 p m, dally, with
slccplmr cars Y'ahlnaton to Chlcoo and Ht.
Louis, connecting dally at Harrlsbtinr with-
thrtttlffh aleflnrra fm TjuiUvlllnnnri Vnmhlil.
I'aclflu Kxprot, lo no p in dally, for l'lttbiir
nnd tho Vet, with through sleeper to ritts
burg and ritUburc; to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND TOTOMAO RAILROAD.
FOn KAxr, Canandalftun, Rochester and
Niagara Falls dally, except Hnnday. 8.10 am.
Jon Kiur, Cnnandalgua and ltochostcr
dally: for lliiffalo anil Niagara dally, except
Batnrday 10.00 pm, with bleeping Car Wash
Jnfrton to llocbcstcr,
,1 on WtiiiAjisronT, Lock Harcn and Elmlra,
at 1 60 nm dally, except Sunday.
FonPniUDiiLriiiA, New York nnd tho Eat,
7.S0.9.00, li, on and ll. 40 am, seo, 4.10. to oil
and 11.S0pm. On Sunday, 0.00,1 1.40 om.sm
4.10,10.00 nnd ll.!pm. Limited Kxpressof
rulfman Tarlor Cars, 0 40nm dally, excopt
Sunday, and 3.43 p in dally, with l)lnlne Car.
Fon 1'iiiLADELrniA only. Fait Kxprois, 8.10
n m week days, and aiO pin dally. Express,
S.10 p m dally. Aocom., (1,00 p m dally.
Fou Uoitoh, without change, s.to p m every1
1 o DnonKiTN, N. Y., all through trains
conncot nt. Icrscy City with boats of Ilrooklyn
Annex, affoi ding direct transfer to Fulton
street, avoiding doublo ferrlago across Now
, Fon Atlantic Cur, ll.OOand 11.40 a m wcok
..FonllAiTiJioiU!, 0.3S.7.SO, 8.10, 0 00,0.40, 0.M,
ll.OOand 11.40 nm. 12.03, sl.lO, -1M, 3,43.4.10.
4.80,4.40,000, 7.W, 8.10, tO.oOnnd li.50pm
pn Sunday, 0 00, 9 05, 0.50, 11.40 a m, 2.10, li.SO,
3.43, 4.10, 6.00. 7.40. fl.10, 10.00 and UM p I in.
Ion I'orx'sCnrEK Line, 7,90 a in andl.Wp
m dally, except Sunday.
Fon ANNAroLU, 7J nnd 0.00 n m, 18.03. 1.90
jndO.CO p m dollr, exfep Sunday, Sundays,
ALfiXANliltiA AND FltKDKniCKsftljRO
MMILWAY, AM) AI.KXANIIKIA AND
, IN irnn MAT IS, 1889.
Fon AtrxANDiiiA, 4.30, 0.33, 7.43, 8.40,0 43,
10 Knm, 18.04 noon, SW, 4.S3, 4 .01,.ai
8.0S, lOOSnndlljiTpm. On tJundoy at 4.30,
7.43,9.43, 10.37 a m, U.S13, 0 01, S.oiand 10.OT
p. m. ' -
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7.43 a. m, and
4.83 p m Week days. 7.43 a m Sundays.
Fon IIiciimonii and tho South, 4 30, 10.37, a
m dally, and 0 si p m dally, except Sunday.
Zni!N8AlcaT0 Alexandria for Washington,
SK,I-(w'B-,- 10.1R. lI.O7amtl.Wf8.0o,
3.10,0.10,7.03, 8 00, oio, 10.11 and 11.03 pm'
On Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a m; 8.00, 6.10,
7.03, 8.00,0.80 nnd 10ap mi '
Tickets and Information at tho offloo,
nprthenst corner 13th street and Pennsylva
nia avenue, and at tho station, whore orders
can bo left for tho checking of baggago to'
destination from hotels and roildcncca.
CHAS. K. l'UQlI, ,T. It. WOOD,
Oencrnl Manager. Gen. 1'ass. Agent.
Baltimore & Uhlo Railroad.
Schcdulo In effect May 12, 1889.
Leave Washington from station corner of
1 Now Jersey avenuo and O strcot.
.ton Chicago and Northwest, Vostlbulcd
Limited express dally 11.20 a, m., expross 9.00
Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis,
express dally, 3.00 and 11.13 p m.
Fon riTTsnuim and Cleveland, Vcstlbuled
Limited express dally 11 J!0 am and express
8.40 pm. '
FoTtWuKMX0,rarkcr8burg and Principal
Stations on Main Lino, Expross dally, oxoopt
Monday, at 3.35 n m.
Ton LixihciToN and Local Stations tlO.30
Fon Daitivoue, wcok days, 4.00 3.00, 0.40.
7.20,8.30,0.30 (43 minutes), 9.43 (11.00. 1J.00
45 minutes) a m, 12.10, S 03, 8.80 (43 minutes)
3.13, (43 minutes) 3.23, 4.23, 4.00, 4.33, B 30, 0,30.
7.00,7.30,0.00,10 30 and 11.30 pm. Sundays,
4.00, 7.20, 8.10, 9.30 (13 minutes), 9,43 a m. Ujoi
MB minutes, 1.13SS..80 (iSrmmatos), 3.23
4.23,4.83, 0.30, 7.00, 7.80, 0.00 1.'M ahd 11.30
Fon Wat STATfdNa betweori Wdshlngton
nnd Baltimore, 8.00,' 0.40, 8.30 a m, 12,10, 3,23,
4.33, 0.30, n.80 pm. Sundays, 8.30a m.1.13
8.25,4 33,0.30, 11.10 nm.
.Tnis tsAvr Baltlmoro for Washington,
week days, B.10. 6.20, 0.10, 7.13, 7.20, 8.00 (43
minutes), 8.80, 9.15, 10.80 (43 minutes) a m;
12.15, 1.45(43 minutes), 2.00, 3.00, 4.03, (43 mln'
ptes). 4.13, S 00, 0.00. 0.30, 7,40, 7.43. 8.00, 10.03,
10. 10 and 11.00 pm.' Sundays, 0.30, 7.13, 8.30,
9.13, 10 so (45 minutes) a m; 12.30, 1.43 (43 min
utes), 2 00, 4.13, B.OO, 0.30. 7.40, 7.43, 8,00, 10.05,
10.10 ahd 11.00 pm.
Fon Annatolis, 6.40 and 8.30 n to; 12.10, 4.23
and 0.30 11 m. On Simdnvn. R..10 a m. dl 11 tn.
Ix-nve Annapolis, 0.40, 8 87 a ra. 12.03, 3.30 and
6.15 pm. Sundays, 8 37 a m, 1.10pm.
ro stations on ino Motropoman uranou,
10.43, J10.30 a m, 1.15 p m, for principal sta
tions only; tl0.80arn,j4.30and .80um.
Fon ItocKviLLi! and way Stations, tf J3 p m.
Fon Oaitiiiiisbuho and Intorrocdlato points,
0 oo a m, T12.30, 'SJS, tll.20 p m.
Fob llovD'sand Intermediate stations, t7.00
Church thain leaves Washington on Sun
day at 1.15 pm, stopping at all stations on
FonFnmismcK, -16.45, tlO.30 a m, t3X0,ltl.30
pm. Sundays, 1,13pm.
Fon Haoeiutowx, tlo.so n m, and 5.30 pm.
Tiiains airlvo from Chicago dally 11.43 a m
and 4.03 pro; from Cincinnati and St. Louis
dolly 3.50 a m and 1.33 p mj from I'lttsburg
7.10 a m., 0.50 p m dally.
NEW YOItK AND rillLADELriHA DIVIS
Fon New Yonh, Trenton, Newark and
Elizabeth, N, J., 'LOO, t8.00, ll0, '13.00 a m,
2.80,-4.20 and 10.30 p m. Buffet Parlor
Carson all day trains. Slooplug car on tho
10.30 p.m., open at 9 00 p m. The 4.80 pm
train does not b top at Elizabeth or Newark.
Fon PiiiLAuxi.riiiA, Nowark, Wilmington
and Chester, 4.00, t8 00, 0.3C. 12.00 am,
2J, 4 so, r.00 and io.80 p. m.
Fo iNTKiiMEDiATi points between Baltimore
and Philadelphia, tS.30 a m, 2.30 and tl.30
Tiiains leave Now York for Wahlngton,
8 80.tll.00am, 1.30, 2.30, S.JS, B.O0pm
and WOO night. '
Tiuins i.XAVK Philadelphia for Washington,
410 .'815, 11.10am,tl.33, '4.15, 3.03, 3.43
and n.tw p m.
Fon ATUtNTio Cirr, 4.00 n m nnd I2.0O m.
Fon Lono Biiacu and Ocean Orovo, tlJ.OO
tExecpt Sunday. Dally. SSundayonly.
llaggugo called for ami checked from ho
tels and residences by Union Transfer Cora-p.-ny
on orders loft at ticket ofllces, 019 and
1351 Pa avo. and at Depot. '
J. T. ODELL CHAS. O. SCULL.
General Manager. Qen. Pass. Ag't.
Chesapeake & Ohio Route.
Schedule In effect May 12, 1889.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and H
streets, 10.67 a m for Newport Nows, Old
Tolnt Comfort and Norfolk, dally.. Arrive In
Old Point at 5.W p in, and Norfolk at 0.20
p in. 1
11:21 a m-Ciuctnnatl Express, dally, for
stations In Virginia, West Virginia, Kontucky
and Cincinnati. Vestibule sleepers through
without change to Cincinnati, arriving at 8.10
D.iopm-F.F. V. Vostlbulo Speolal, dally,
solid trains with dining cars run .through
without chance to Cincinnati, vostlbulo
blccperJor Lexington nnd Louisville.
Office, B13 Pennsylvania avenue
II. W. FULLEIt, Ocn. Pass. Agent.
Tie Best Summer Drink
On draught In all Promi
Bottled for family use by
F, H. FINLEY, 1200 D St. n, w.
M. T, BltlDWELL, 801 SI St, 8, W.
BltlNKLEY & OSBOrtN.
Cor. D and N. Cap. St.
FTIED, HEIinVANN, 710 10th s. 0.
J. D. O'MKAIU, 711 II St. n. e.
GEO. OTTO, 618 Mass. avo. n, 0.
Vermont ave. ana I, st, n. r.
Cbetes Oroeerles, Heats and Provisions.
TheBcst Goods at the Lowest Price.
PriOI'OIALB FOll nillNIIIIINd TKItn.V
COTTA PIPKS AND UHANCIIES IN
THE CITY OK WASHINOTON, 1). V.
Omen or 111c CoHiis.iiniEns.I). ('.,
Wamiiviton, rt, C, May 29, liert.
SEALED PltOPOIALS will 10 recrlvcl at
this oHlco until 12 o'clock m, on SATUItDAY,
Junn 22, 1880.
1.C00 feet 8 Inch Terra Cotta Pipe! li feet of
Oxo-lneh Term Cotta Y Ilranchv".
. 43,oou feet 13 Inch Terra Cotta Pipes 0.000
feet 12x6-lnch Terra Cotta Y Branches.
0,000 feet IS Inch Terra Cotta Pipe; 1,100 fcol
lSxiUnch Terra Cotta Y Ilranchos.
7,(K0 feet 18 Inoh Terra Cotta Phiei 1,200 feet
18x0 Inch Term Cotta Y Ilranchos.
1,000 feet 21 Inch Terracotta llpc; ISOfcct
SlxO-lnch Terra Cotta Y Dranchoi.
0,MO fcot 21 Inch Terra Cotta Pipe; Old feet
ClxO-lnch Terra Cotta Y Branches.
1,000 feet C Inch Terra Cotta Plpo.
Blank forms of proposals and specifica
tions can bo obtained at this ofllro limn ap
plication therefor, together with all neces
sary Informal Ion, and only bids upon thoo
forms will bo considered.
, The right Is reserved to roject any nnd nil
bids or parts nf bids.
J. W. DOUGLASS,
L. II. 11INK,
CHAH. W, RAYMOND.
Commissioners, 11, 0.
PiioposALR Fort nmNisiiiNO cunTAiN
LETTKIt BALANCES, HOALIM, TYPE
WIHTElt PAl'EK. ItllllllRlt STAMPS
AND PItESS-COPY BOOKS Foil THE
FOSTOKFICE DIIPAUTMCNT AND
Wahiinoton, D. O , May 2-1, 18f).
REAI.ED PIIOPOSALS will be received at
this Department until SATUHDAY, tho 13th
day of June, 1889, ht 12 o'clock noon, for f ur
DlOiIng certain lettor balances, scales, type
writer paper, rubber stamps and press oopy
books, being Items 81, 03, (M, 03, 00, 97, 100, 6l,
159a, 1C0, 161 nnd IN, In necordanco with tho
speclllcatlons In rclnllon thereto, oontalnod
In tho departmental schodnlo under ilntonf
March 12, 1!JM, In such quantltlos nnd at such
time, and from tlmo to tlmo us the samo
may bo ordered during tho fiscal year begin
ning July 1, 1880. and ondlng Juno 80, lSTO, for
any branch of tho Departmental or Postal
Tho Postmaster-General reserves tho right
to reject any or all bids, to waive technical
defects, and 10 accept any pa'rt of any bid
nnd roject thaothor part.
rpXtEABUltY DEPARTMENT, MAY 27, 1810.
v.L Sealed propbsals will bo -rttelvod at the
oftlcoof tho Superintendent for mrnlihlng
supplies for uso of tbo Treasury Department,
In tho OltV Of WltsMll.tnh. Ih. O.". fnllii, flpnl
year ondlng Juno 30, J8II0. Proposals wlll.ho'i
opened at 2 o'clock p, in., on tho following
named uayss or removing Asnes, cleaning
Carpets, Washlne Towels nnd for Ice. MON
DAY, Juno 17,il88! for Lumber, Forngu, Fncl
nnd tho purahaso of Waste Paper, TIlhSDAY,
Juno 18, ISR9: for Fllo Holders, Painters' Ma
terials nnd Plumbers' JIatorlals, WEHNKH
DAY, Juno 10, 1889; for Cabinet Shop stock,
TMUU8DAY. June 20, -1889; forMlscellancous
Supplies, F11IDAY, Juno 21, 1889. Printed
schedules containing Instructions to bidders
may bo had at tbo offlco of tho Supcrldtcnd
ont. Tho Department reserves tha right to
reject any and all bids, or rarts of any bid,
and to walvo defects.
w. wiNDOM. Secretary,
PROPOSALS FOIt STATIONErtY.-Troasury
Department, Mily 11, 1889. Scaled propos
als for furnishing stntlonory Tor tho fiscal year
ending Juno 30. 1690, will ho received at this
Department until tho 11TII DAY OF JUNE,
18W, atl o'clock p. m.
Blank forms for bidding will bo ftirnlshod
The bids will bo considered, and ncooptod
or rejected. Item by Item, and this advertise
ment und the proposal, so far as uccoptod by
tbo Secretary of tho Treasury, and the bond
nccomiianylng tho same, shall constitute tho
contract bctweon the Government nnd I ho bid
dcror bidders, and no further contraotwlll bo
Tho articles contracted for must bo fur
bished from tlmo to tlmo during the year In
quantities pursuant to ordors from tho Deport
ment The entire quantities will, however, bo
called for during tJio year.
Each proposal must bo signed by tho Indi
vidual or llrm making It, and bo accompanied
by a bond w Ith sufficient snrotlcs In tho sum
of two thousand dollars (S?,0OO), approved by
a United States officer or the district In which
tho sureties resldo or do business, on 11 form
tp bo furnished by the Department, condi
tioned for furnishing such portions of tbo ar
ticles as may bo awarded under It, and tho
performance of the contract.
IToposals unaccompanied by such bond
will not bo conslderod, and contracts will bo
awarded only to estnblWiod manufacturers
of, or dealers In, tho articles. ,
Proposals to bo addressed to tho under
signed and marked '"Proposals for Station
ery." Deliveries mnst bo frpn nt nhnrcn nf ll,n
Treasury Department, Washington, W. a,
and will bo subject to Inspection by an ex'.
ncrt detailed for thn ntirnncn hv tha Ko..,.
farypfthoTreaury,nnd tho delivery of an
Inferior article will bo deemed sufficient cause
to annul tho contract, at tho option of tbo
Tho Department reserves the right to waive
defects and reject any or all bids. GEOKGE
S. BATCIIELLElt, Acting Secretary of tho
PiiorosAi.8 rort ice-waii depart
ment. May 8, 1889. Sealed proposals (In
duplicate) will bo received at this office until
12 o'clock noon, SATUItDAY, JUNE 8,1689,
for supplying tho War Department aud Its
Bureaus with lco during the fiscal year end
ing Juno 80.1890, Tho lco must bo of best
quality, solid, clear and frco from snow or
other Impurities, and must bo delivered at the
several Bureaus and Offices of the War De
partment In "Washington, ami weighed neon
tho Department scales. Dally deliveries, ex
cepting Sundays and recognized holidays will
bo required. 'Tho quanltity roqulred Is esti
mated at700,000poundsmoroorcss. Abond
with unproved security will bo required In
caso of award, Tho Government reiervei tho
right to reject any and all bids and to walvo
defects. Bids must be enclosed In sealed
envelopes endorsed on thoontslde"Proposals
for Ice," and addressed to the undcrs gned.
M. It. THORP. Chief of Supply Division?
"PROPOSALS FOR STREET PAVEMKNT
J. AND WALKS.-Offlcoof Publlo Build
ings nnd Grounds, War Department, Wash
ington, D. C., May 4, 1683.-Sealed proposals,
indupllcato, will bo rccclvcdrnt this ofilco
until noon, TUESDAY, JUNK 4, 1389, for con
structing 2,000 square yards, more or less, of
asphalt pavement, ana l.boo squaru yard',
more or less, of asphalt walks in tho publlo
grounds, and repairing roads and walks In
grounds of tho Executive Mansion. Tho at
icntlon of bidders Is invited to tho Acts of
Congress nppfoved February 20, lbM, and
February 23, 1887, Vol. 83, pago &L and Vol.
24, pago 414, statutes at Large. Forms and
snculucatlons cau bo obtained nt this office.
Tho United Mates reserves tho right to roject
any and all proposals. JOHN .M. WILSON,
Colonel, U. S. Army.
"PROPOSALS FOR FUEL WAR DEPART
JT, MENT, May 1, 188U. Scaled proposals,
In duplicate will bo received nt this office
until TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON, THURS
DAY, JUNE 0, 1889, for furnishing tho War
Department with such quantities of Wood
and Coal as muy be required In tho Hscal
year ending JuneSO, 1889. Proposals will be
received for tho whole or any part of tho fuel
required. Tho fuel-Coal and Wood-tube
dollvcrp d nt tho;Ww,Ucpartmeiit Bureaus or
Offices In Washington for which required by
tho rartlcs to whom the contract (or con
tracts) may bo awarded, in such quantities
and at such times as tho convenience of tho
Department mny require. The Government
resirrestho right to roject anynnd all bids.
Fuel for tbo State.War and Navy Denartnu'iit
building Is not Included In this advertisement.
Specifications, genoral Instructions to bid
ders nnd blank forms of proposals will bo
furnished to established dealers on applica
tion to this office. Proposals should bo In
closed In sealed envelopes, Indorsed on tlio
outsider "Proposals for Fuel," and addressed
to tho undersigned. 31, Ii. THORP, Chief,
1DROPOSALS TOR THIS PURCHASE OF
. WASTE PAPEIt.-Wnr Department,
burply Division, May 1, lbS9. Scaled I"ro-
oals, In duplicate, will bo received at this
nice unm Twr.LVK ut
't'l nnir vnnxt
TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 18M), for tho purchaso ol
the Waste Paper of this Department, Its
Offices and Bureaus located In tlio State war
and Navy Department Building, for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1890. This paper will bo
removed by tho contractor promptly when
notified. Tho Department reserves the right
to roject any or all proposals and to waive
defects, Proposals must be mado on the De
partment forms, marked "lTopo&al for
Wasto Paper." M. It. THORP, Chief, Supply
PROPOSALS FOR WASHINO TOWELS.
Scaled proposals. In dupllcnto, will bo
received nt this Office until TWELVE
O'CLOCK, NOON, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1869,
for Washing Tow els for uso of the War De
partment und Its HuTeau during the fiscal
year ending Juno 30. 1890. Proposals should
stuto the price per dozen. Blank forms of
proposals and Information will bo furnished
on application to this Office. Tho Govern
ment reserves tho right to reject any and all
bids. M. It, THORP. Chief. Supply Division.
V. Baldwin Johnson
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
"Wooa. a-xi-a. Coal.
And the Washington Gas Co.'n Coke,
Complete Faclllttos. Bottom Prices
, Full Weight and Iteaiure.
Wood and Coal dlreat from the forests and
mines by rail and water, aud Irj from slag,
slate and other Impurities,
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Uola Yard and Office. 110111,1, ave. u, n.
Branoh " fill A at. 9. e.
Branch " " 61U -Hi st. s. w.
Branch office for orders, oorucr Tenth and I
sts. n. w.
Branch offico for orders, eoraor 13th vxlU
sts. n. W.
milOMAH DOWL1NO, Auctioneer.
EXECUTORS' AND TRUSTEES' SALE OP
REAL ESTATE, WHICH MUST UK SOLI)
TO CI.OSE THE ESTATE OF THE LATE
DAVID L. MORRISON, DECEASED.
()n PIIIDAY, llm SEVENTH DAY 01'
JfNE, 1869, at HALF-PAST FIVE P, M, wo
will sell at publlo auction In front pf the
premise", parts of sublots Nos. 2.1 and 21, In
sqtiaro No, 100.1, Improved by two two-story
brick dwellings, containing six rooms and
bath, with bay-window, hall, eto., nud In
?ikh1 repair. Each of said houses having a
mutate of 13 feet on II street nnrthcast.wlt Ii
a depth of lot nf 72 fcot to an alley, and aro
numbered 12Wnnd HUD on said street.
AttjUAltTEIl-PAsrSIX P. M.. of snino
day. In frpntof prcmUcs.wowlll sell nt puhllu
auction that business property cnrniTTth and
A streets southeast, being iiart of lot 1, In
siiuaro No, srai, Doming itT f.-t 7 Inehcs on
Tth street und running liaok ulnng A street 73
feet. Thn ImprovcmcntaeiinMstlng of a two
story brick ((welling, with storeroom nnd
f toro fixtures, cellar, six rooms and bath, and
Is now vacant.
On SATUItDAY, JUNE EIGHTH, 1889, nt
SIX P.M., wo will sell In front of tlio prom
lies, all of sublet No. 18, In square No, 181,
fronting 27 feet 1 Inch on M street, botwecn
ICth and 17th streets northweit, nnd running
back an average depth of no feet to an alley
30 feit wide, and Improved by a wood and
coal office, numbered 1020 011 said street.
Termsofsale: One third nf purehaso money
to be paid In cash, and balnnco at one and
two venrs, with lnlcrct, payablo seml
annually, and socured by deed or trust on
the property sold . 100 to bo paid down on
each plocoof property at tho time of sals.
All conveyancing at cost nf purchaser.
WILLIAM F. .MATTINGLY,
BltAlNAIlD II. WARNER,
ALBERT F. FOX,
Surviving Executors and Trustees of estal
of David L. Morrison, deceased.
T UNO ANSON BROS.,
J . Aurtloueeis.
TRUSTEE'S 8ALK 01' VALUABLE PER
SONAL PROPERTY, CONSISTING Ol
DB1IIIICK8, STEAJI ES'GINES, HIIKDM,
By vlrtuo of 11 dceiee of the Supremo t'oiiit
of tho District of Columbia, passed May .11, 1
1889, In equity cause No. 113.11, Doo. 29, E. G. I
heeler vs. Flunncry Bros., und 11 certain
decil of trust recorded In liber 1279, folio 341,
ctscq.,onoof thn land records of said Ills-,
trlct, 1 will sell nt publlo auction on WED- '
NKSDAY.JUNE 12, 1889, at 11 o'clock a. in., '
011 Ilstrect northwest, Just south of tho United
States Cupltol giounds, tho Derricks, steam
Vnnln.. Lzl.n.lu U. ...... ., ...l.,.. r...l. ...,
...KO.V,, cill,;i(P, Dillon Ut .UI U1U, ,,1!UIHU Ullll
other personal property mentioned and
described III thn aforesaid deed of trust.
Terms of salo cash. For further paitlculars
or Information, npply tn
CIIAI'IN BROWN, Trustee.
, 3JI4tst. n. w.
CIHANCERY SALE OF 35.922.20 SQUARE
l'KET OF GROUND. FRONTING ON
NORTH I), 23TH AND WATER STS.,
IN SQUARE 88..
By v Irtue of a decree of tho Supremo Court
of tho District of Columbia, passed April 8,
1879, and of certain further orders nnd do
orees, In oqulty- cauo No O.COI, docket 19,
Anderxon et nl. vs. Boyle, et al.. wo, the un
dersigned trustees, will sell atnuhllo auction,
In front of tho promises, on WEDNESDAY,
JUNE5, 1880, AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M all of
original lots ono (1) and six (0) In square
Both aro corner lot-s. Lotslx tC) frontsW feet
on north D sti cct and 1.18.10 feet on north 21111
street, nnd contains 12,772.10 squaro feet. Lot
ono (1) fronts 217.8 feet on north 23th stroot
nnd 191.4 feet on Water street, and contains
83,150.10 squaro feet, and Is Improved by a
largo twostoiy brick houo containing
clghteonortncnty rooms. This property Is
especially valuablo by reason of tho river
front Improvements, aud Is eligible for any
Tho lots wlii; first bo offered for sale to
gether, nnd If n satisfactory bid Is not ob
tained they will then be oflcred separately.
Terms of sale: One-third purchao money
In cash: balance In two equal Installments at
one and two years, with Interest at soven (7)
per cent., to be evidenced by tho purchaser's
notes and secured by first mortgage on tho
property sold. OtTcrs nt prlvato sale will bo
received until tho day of sale. Plats and
abstracts of tit lo wllljbo oxhl bltod at the sale.
A deposit of 81,000 will bo roqulred of tho
purchaser at tbo tlmo of sale. Terms of salo
must ho eompllod with within ton (10) days
uftcr June 8, 1889, or tho trusteos will rosolt
at tho risk nnd cost of tha defaulting pur
chaser upon tho terms specified In said de
crees. incident to these lots aro valuablo riparian
rights claimed by tho parties In Interest,
which are now boforo tho Supremo Court of
tho District of Columbia, and to which the
purchaser will succeed.
THOMAS M. FIELDS, Trustco,
rcndall Building, cor. 41 nnd Dsts.n.w.
BERNARD KILMAIITIN, Trustco,
810 N. II. avo.'n.w.
Now is lie fie
GasBoltcisat 81.13 and II.Mfor
Instantly making Tea
For largo and small families. Just
tho stove for summer uso, as
you extinguish tho flro
tho Instant tho cook
ing Is done.
FOR SALE DY THE
413 10th St. N. W.
iFEEILEtt ITES &
TUB PUBLIC? PKINTJBR.
Frank W. Palmer Las not been In
office more limit four weeks, but ho has
nlrentiy bogtmto find tlint n pitblldofllco
as n public trust Is not n sinecure bynny
menus. Since the llmo thu civil service
lnw wns mndo to npjilv to the other clu
imriiiii'Ms the Publlo Pi luting Olllce
litis been tlio dumping ground for ult
the political icfusc Unit comes to Wush
Iiigton. Kvcry Congiessmnu who has
n 11 lend recking mi olllcn, however in
roiuiiitcnt ho may bo, looks lr the Pub
He 1'ifiiicr lo get him n jilncc, mid ih
more ltirom)ctcnt llio moro likely )v Is
to bo tnken lo that office. Then) ar
not ninny public men tn town now, but
thnnu who ate hero have Deselect! J!r
Pnltncr dny by day with npplleatlotis
for phicu for 1 1 lends nnd contltuciits
of thelis. Oil the dny Hint lie ton.i
charge of tho ofilco Iteprescntatlvo
Peters nf Knnsns mndo his iippenritnct;
with tin uppllcnllnii for olllcciind Nlnco
thnt tlmo Air. Pelcis has visited him
more tli.111 once. Other members of tht
llotiH' nnd Senate have called upon
liltn lo help them out, nnd If ho mad?
fill tin- changes that are rerittestcd of
of him he would turn the Public Print
lug nllicn nnslde down once a month
Tho Public Piintcr'fl position Is a very
dlfllcult one to (111 nnd It Is ono that is
not very well paid for tlio responslblll
Ilea Unit Us possessor assumes. Jlr
Palmer dtaws only f 1,,'iOO a year, less
Ihnn any member nf tlio cabinet and h
haH more work to do nnd moro bother
than nny ono of them. If Mr. Palmer
Mitcceds In passing through the trials
and ordeals of Hie next four yc.irs with
out Incuirlug tho enmity not only of
the Democrats In both Houses of Con
grcn, but of the members nf Ids own
nurly In public life, ho will havo done
bellcr (bun any of bin predecessors.
The force under .Mr, Palmer is a eiy
laige one nnd I3 composed of men who
niCHkllledln the artof printing, of typo
selling and of engraving. Their places
cannot be llllcd by every man or woman
who comes nlong and wants an ofllco, or
who Is loeommcniU'd for a placo by some
friend In power. To maintain the high
standard of workMr. Palmcrmustmulu
lain nlso a full force of competent men.
To do ibis, and at the sumo time iilcas
McmbciH of Cnngicss nnd other political
frlinds, Is almost an Impossibility. The
place-hunter, however, Is only one of tint
mnny obstacles In tho path of the Public
Printer. Mr, Palmer will havo to deal
Willi unreasonable men In the J)cnart
menls, In Congress und at tho While
House. Ho will bo called upon to do
Impossibilities and will be scolded If hie
cannot accomplish them,
One of tho chief dlflloultlcs that Mr
Palmer w 111 encounter Immediately! but
which will bo visited upon him inoie
seriously when Congress Is In session, Is
the trouble, that ho will hnva getting his
paper contracts filled. The Public
Printing OIUcc uses an enormous
amount of paper every year and con
tracts lor It aro let by tho Joint Printing
Conimiitc of Congress by bids. There aie
only two paper mills In this country
which ato capable of filling the contracts
which are let by tho Joint Committee,
at times awarded contracts which they
cannot fill. They rely upon fluctuations
In the market and upon being able to
obtain fiom the largo mills a sufllclcnt
quantity of paper to 111! out the
contiacts. When I Bay Irresponsible
I do not mean that Ihcy aro Ir
lesponslble financially. They aie
obliged to give' bonds to the Publlo
Printer for tho fulfilment of their con
tract, and they can be forced to pay a
forfeit for delay. Hut when Congress
Is shrieking for printed work; when tun
publlo departments havo documents
which should be Issued from the Public
Trliitlng Office, and tho paper contractor
does not fulfil his contract, no money
forfeit will repay the Public Printer or
the public fervieo for tho damngo that
Is done. Tho Publlo Pilnttng Ofllct!
printed during tho first session of the
Klfileih Congress, for Congress alone,
22,515,81)0 envelopes. Tho cost of the
paper that was tibcd In that year was
$157,378.78. The Public Pilntcrhasa
busy season nnd a season when ho Is
comparatively Idle, nnd yet during (he
dull time ho must maintain the samu
force that ho maintains In his busiest
season as nearly as possible or give
gicat offonso to peisonswho nrc In
power. When Congress is In session
there Is an enormous number of pub
lic documents sent,dowu to the Public
Printer. They consist of loportsfiom
committees, reports from tho depart
ments made to tho two Houses of Con
gress, nnd other documents. Many of
them mo Illustrated, many contain
costly maps. Some of them come lo
him with the injunction upon them that
they nro needed immidlately aud thee
ho will push foiwnrd to the neglect of
other work. Meantime, one of tho de
parlments has probably sent down somu
Important work which should bo Issued
Inn very shoit period If It Is to be of
nny nvall nnd several Senators anil
Mcmbcis of Congress havo nome in
with lmmcdlatoorucrs for their speechcj,
which must bo printed by the Public
Printer at their expense, for circulation.
The Publlo Printer is urged to hurry
litis piece of work nud push that one
along. If the Congressman docs not
get his speeches he Is offended; if the
head of the depattment docs not get his
publication he feels that hu has
cnuso of complaint, and Congress must
not be neglected for Congress makes thr
nppropilations which keep tho Public
Printing Olllco going. In tho midst of
all this hurrying word comes from some
one of tho contractors who wcie to
furnish so mnny tons of white paper,
that he Is nimble to supply It nnti that
ho stands ready to pay a money foifelt.
Tho Public Printer must go Into the
public inaiket nnd obtain tho paper
If ho can, If ho cannot obtain
It he Incuis tho enmity of nil
ihesc people whom It Is so necessary hr
should make his friends. Theio is an
enormous amount of unnecessary print
lug done In tho Public Printing Oillce
nnd nil of this of couro Interferes with
tho necessary work. Tho type may bo
in uso when nu urgent plcco of work
comes down from Con'grp ss and It may
be necessary to run off tills job.in order
to distribute thu tyno and uso it over
again, Arbltrniy rules nro established
by Congress as to tho amount that may
bo paid for certain labor and tho Publlo
Pi Inter Is unable possibly to obtain
skilled labor at that price. If Ito docs
not succeed ho Is looked upon us Incln
clent. I do not say these tilings to (lis
courage Mr. Palmer, but rather to ex
plain to those who may obscrvo his
course that much of the criticism of
him that thoyvvlll seo In public print
and much that they will hear from the
mouths of publlo men is hardly Justified.
Tho Publlo Pi Inter holds ono of the
most dilllcult nnd delicate positions In
nubllci life and ho Is seldom accorded
lair ctitli'lsm. O'Uihen-IHin
London's l'rntest lit Our I'Ik,
For more than a week tho American and
uint-Amc rlcan Journals published In I-oti
dou have been sounding tho wonders of the
new American cauio, "Pigs tn Clover '
IVo havo beau told that it would drlvo all
Kngland stark staring mad aud fill thu Inns
tic asylums In no time. "This Is simply
11101 u VaukLu bunkum, 1 bought the gamo
yesterday, and, lu twenty tulnutis, I
achieved the task said to be Impossible
of getting the pigs into the pen. My wife
took hardly to long over It and a small boy
of 7 succeeded In flvo minutes, It seems to
be time that we exported a few games to
America," fit. Janice Qarette.
VjtbitiKQTos Sim DurosiT Co., OKI l'a
aye., rent ctf en ai low m 'j per vc&r,