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THE SUNDAY HERALDi'SUNDAY.JUNElS, 189G.
NEWS OF THE LODGES.
INTKItKSTINO MATTERS GATHEIIED
VKOItl MANY SOURCES.
A TUystcrloun .Masonic Missive Which I'".- I
zleil runt Oitlco I'ooplo News for Odd j
Fellow, lloohiibltee, ami Independent
The following Miisonic bodies meet upon the
evenings of the ensuing week :
Lodge. Mnsonlc Temple Henjniniu 1).
French No. 15, Monday, Kith; Pcntnlpun No.
23, Momlny, ICth; National No. 12. Tuesday,
17th; Washington Centennial No. 14. Wednesday,
18th; La Fayette No. 10, Thursday, Ultli; Lebanon
No. 7, Friday, 20th.
A. A. S. R. Sanctuarv, 1007 G street Cathe
dral: Osiris No. 20, Wednesday, 18th; Hluo
Room: Columbia No. 3, Wednesday, 18th.
Masonic Hull, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue Hiram No. 10, Friday, 20th.
Musouic Hall, Virginia avenue Naval No.
4, Thursday, 10th. ,.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. J,
Masonic Hall, Uniontown, Auacostia No. 21,
Royal Arch Chapters. Masouic Temple
La Fayette No. n, Tuesday, 17th; Columbia No.
1, Wednesday, 18th.
Masouic Hall, Virginia avcuue Washington
Naval No. 0, Tuesday, 17th
Masonic Hall, Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
vania avenue Mount Horeb No. 7, Thursday,
Commandcrics Knights Templar. Masouic
Temple Columbia No. 2, Friday, 20th.
Masonic Hall, Georgetown Potomac No. 3,
Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rdc Sanctu
ary, 1007 G street Mithras Lodge of Perfec
tion, Tuesday, 17th.
Auacostia Lodge will confer the second degree
Potomac Lodge No. 5 confer the second
degree Monday evening.
Osiris Lodge No. 20 will confer the third de
gree Wednesday evening.
Columbia Lodge No. 3 will confer the first
degree Wednesday evening.
Hiram Lodge No. 10 will probably confer the
fiecoud degree Friday evening.
National Lodge No. 19 will probably transact
routine business Tuesday evening.
Mount Horeb Chapter will confer the Most
Excellent Master Thursday evening.
Potomac Commandery No. 3 will transact
routine business Wednesday evening.
La Fayette Chapter No. 5 will confer the
Mark Master degree Tuesday evening.
Benjamin B. French Lodge No. 15 will confer
either the second or third degree Monday even
ing. Pentalpba Lodge No. 23 will confer the first
and probably the second degree Monday even
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Lebanon Lodge No. 7 will confer the third
degree Friday evening. The second is due and
may be substituted for tho above.
The celebration of St. John's Day, which will
bo commemorated by the several commanderies,
as announced in this column, should also be at
tended by Master Masons in general.
On St. John's Day, June 24, the several com
manderies of the citv will attend divine service
at the Duubarton-street Methodist Episcopal
Church, where they will listen to an address by
the Rev. Sir Knight M. B. F. Wee. The com
manderies will be attended by military bands,
and will march to the church in a body. The
services will commence at 7:30 o'clock.
The usual amount of activity has been dis
played at the Scottish Rite Sanctuary during
the past week. On Wednesday evening Osiris
Lodge No. 20 conferred the first degree in the
Cathedral, followed by Harmony Lodge No.
17 on Thursday cveniug with the same degree
Tuesday evening Evangelist Chapter of Rose
Croix occupied the Cathedral and worked the
eighteenth degree of the Kite, and on Friday
evening Mithras Lodge of Perfection conferred
tho sixth, seventh, and eighth degrees. The
latter body will work the ninth, tenth, and
eleventh degrees on Tuesday evening.
An extremely interesting event is about to
occur in Columbia Commandery No. 2, which
will meet with the approbation and merit the
appreciation of both the older and younger
members of tho organization. Among the
former who attended tho famous prilgrimaco
of this commandery to San Francisco In 1883,
the incidents of one of tho most enjoyable of
tho many joumevs which No. 2 has ever taken
will be pleasantly recalled by Past Commander
Abner T. Longley, who was the Eminent Com
mander during that year, and it will be ex
tremely gratifying to them to learn that the
next lecture In the historic course will bo de
livered by him, iu which he will review the
events of his very important administration.
Tho lecture will be Illustrated with a series of
stereoptican views of tho canons of tho Colo
rado and many other points of interest visited
by tho Templars. Tho date for the lecture will
bo announced shoitly, and it Is needless to say
will attract universal attention among tho mem
bers of tho commandery and tho Sir Knights of
the sister commanderies.
Tho local mail has for tho past week been bur
dened with quantities of misty-looking docu
ments, which, but for tho modern postage stamp,
might have been taken for pieces of tho wrap
ping of an Egyptian mummy or aged rolls of
papyrus bearing thoslguet of some ancient king.
These antique missives haye caused the utmost
cxcitemenUn postal circles, as their timeworn
appearance denoted that a hitch had occunedln
the delivery of a very ancient mall-pouch, and
tho hieroglyphics which covered them In the
wildest confusion served but to heighten tho
mystery, and tho most Inquisitive of the postal
authoilties were obliged to confess their inabil
ity to fathom the meaning of tho straugo and
somewhat awe-inspiring documents. It Is only
fair at this juncture to explain that Almas Tem
ple, Nobles of tho Mystic Shrine, will hold a
bpecial meeting for work on Monday evening,
Juno 10, and have been sending out notices to
that effect. The Initials J. H. O. appearing
upou every ono of them will bo recognized by
every Shrlner in the city and their mystic mean
ing fully explained without further remarks or
allusions. It Is perhaps proper to state that tho
Shrine degree will not bo conferred again until
tho cooler weather of tho autumn mouths, and
this fact is but another evidence of tho kind and
thoughtful inteiest which tho Shrinors tako In
tho personal comfoit of their candidates.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Harmony Lodge No. 9 has ono applicant for
Goldeu Rule Lodge No. 21 Initiated ono can
didate last Tuesday night.
Mouut Nebo Encampment No. 0 conferred tho
Patriarchal decree last Wednesday night.
Covenant Lodge No. 13, of Georgetown, has
procured regulation caps, and with dark clothes,
white gloves, and a light cane tho lodge made
an imposing appearance In marching to Eighth
and I streets northeast to pay a fraternal visit
to Federal City Lodge No. 20, where they par
ticipated in tho initiation of a member.
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Past Grand John Fleming, of Martha Wash
ington Lodge No. 3, addressed Huth Lodge
last Wednesday evening.
Brother J. A. Haywood was Installed Vice
Grand of Washington Lodue No. (5 in place of
Brother John E. Bowles, resigned.
Maj. Edward Dunn, who formerly commanded
the uniformed Patriarchs of this District, has re
turned to the city to reside permanently.
The garden party of the Grand Canton, P. M.,
will bo'hcld in the woods adjoining Ecklnglon
on the afternoon and evening of June 25.
Grand Heprescntatlvo Oliver Dufour, on ac
count of sickness, has gone to Woodstock, Va.,
in hope that the mountain air will benefit him.
It is the hope of the brethren that Brother Du
four's Illness may be of short duration.
Columbia Lodge No. 10, Oriental No. 19, at
Odd Fellows' Hall, Seventh street; Friendship
Lodge No. 12, at Twentieth street and Penn
sylvania avenue northwest; Covenant Lodge
No. 13, at O. F. Hall, Georgetown, hold their
meetings next Thursday night.
Capt. H. A. McLean is in receipt of General
Order No. 40. Headquarters of tho Army of
Patriarchs Militant, relative to the Triennial
parade at Chicago, August 3-10. 1890. The
rare lias been tixeu atone mil leguiar nrsi-cia68
limited fare for the round trip, with $1 added
to the same for six admissions to drill enclosure,
coupons to be attached to tho tickets, with the
possibility of having one-third transportation
returned from the fund providod, which fund
is estimated at $50,000, and is in some degree
contingent and not entirely general.
The last of the visitations under the adminis
trate of Grand Master William 11. Frazier
took place at Ruth Lodge No. 2, Daughters of
Rebcltah, on Wednesday evening, and though
last was not the least by auy means. A more
easy and correct delivery of tho unwritten
work, by nearly all of tho appointed, as well as
the elective officers of the lodge, has not been
witnessed in any lodge. Grand Representative
Stier and Grand Master Frazier, who arc mem
bers of this lodge, were too modest in their
laudation of the manner in which the work was
given. The books of the 6tafC officers were per
fect and the work given by the ofliccrs snleu
didly rendered. The lodge lias a bright future
before her. Next Thursday the lodge will go to
Grand Master William H. Frazier has made
the following appointments of Deputy Grand
Masters to install the officers of the ensuing
year: Central No. 1, Theo. F. Kinney; Wash
ington No. 0, George Bennett; Eastern No. 7,
Richard II. Sorrell; Harmony No. 9, Theo. F.
Kinney; Columbia No. 10, William L. Sherrett;
Union No. 11, John McCondack; Friendship
No. 12, J. Mitchell Roux; Covenant No. 13,
James A. Watt, P. G. M.; Beacon No. 15, Sam
uel E. Tomliuson; Metropolis No. 10, J. II.
Keefer; Excelsior No. 17, Edward T. Petten
glll; Mechanics' No. 18, Harry W. Rollins; Ori
ental No. 1!), John Enders; Federal City No. 20,
Henry C. Hazard; Golden Rule No. 21, Fred.
A. Stier, G. R.; Naomi No. 1, William II. Fra
zier; Ruth No. 2, Joseph S. Bolway; Martha
Washington No. 3, William II. Frazier, who
will meet tho Grand Master on the 27th and
30th instant to receive the necessary instruc
tions. Mechanics' Lodge No. 18, at "Our Hall,"
Georgetown, received the Grand Master and
officers of the Grand Lodge in royal style at the
seml-aunual grand visitation. jn. tr. li. J.
Curl, V. G. A. G. Thomas, R. S. II. G. Divine,
P. S. Robert Butler, Treasurer Thomas T. Sparo,
Warden W. C. Council, Conductor B. F. Wil
kins, L. S. to N. G. J. II. Barnes, R. S. to V. G. D.
M. Coleman, L. S. to V. G. C. II. Campbell, R.
S. S. Alfred Thomas, and L. S. S. F. Van Deu
sen each took an active part iu the exemplifica
tion of the written and unwritten work, under
the examination of Grand Representatives M.
D. Brainardand Ficd. A. Stier, who pronounced
the work given the best of any of the subordi
nate lodges during this series of visitations.
During the visitation Hugh G. Divine, Past
Grand, In beautiful and appropriate language,
presented in behalf of the lodge a handsome
album and stand to Past Graud Master James
A. Watt for the constant attention and interest
he gave dming the past year in building up the
lodge to Its present high standing. P. G. M.
Watt was too full of surprise to express his
gratitude, except to briefiy thank tho lodge for
the gift. Ice cream and cake in abundance
were served to the grand officers and visitors,
and an enjoyable time was 6pent by each an J
all who were so fortunate as to be the guests of
Independent Order Mechanics.
Should old acquaintance be forgot? What
has become of the active members of No, 7?
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your door early on Sunday morning.
Brother J. W. KIdwell, of Columbia Lodge
No., who was hurt by an accident, as mentioned
in last Sunday's Herald, is improving.
Past Master John M. Krous has sold out his
business at tho corner of Seveuth and I streets
northwest, and anticipates going West.
As there are only a few more weeks before tho
selection of officers for the new term, members
should be on the lookout for efficient ones.
Grand Secretary Ed watd Bawsel is a member
of Columbia Lodge No. 1. lie can bo found at
Seaton Perry's, Ninth street and Pennsylvania
Brother A. P. II. Gladden, of Columbia Lodge
No. 1, is a prominent contractor and builder Tn
Roanoke, Ya., aud tho order may soon expect
the organization of a subordinate lodge there.
Columbia Lodge No, 1 was represented at tho
reception given to Mechanics' Lodgo No. 15, of
Baltimore, by Anchor Lodgo No. 9, of this city,
on Monday ovenlng last, by P. G. A. D. G.
Elchelberger, Grand Couductor G. W. Berry,
aud Brothei s George Godwell and T. C. Dale.
Lafayette Lodgo No. 13 held its regular ses
sion on Thursday, Worthy Master W. L. Kliue
han6o In tho chair. Brother II. C. Riley having
mado application for tho second or Mechanic's
degreo tho same was conferred upon him, after
which he made application for tho third or
Master's degree, which will bo conferred Juno
19, Joseph G. Loveday mado application by
card for membership. Nominations of officers
for tho ensuing term will bo mado June 19.
Grand Architect T. II. Watsou addressed tho
lodgo upon the Endowment fund, a new fea
ture in this order just authorized by the
Supremo Lodgo at their meeting at Atlantic
Columbia Lodgo No. 1 met on Tuesday even
ing last with Woi thy Master W.P. Knight in tho
chair. Brothers J. "W. KIdwell and R. P. Beatty
wero reported disabled by accidents. Robert
G. Tinkler received tho first aud E. F. Earlo tho
second degrees. Brothers D. C. Lamb, J. F.
Purcell, and T. O. Dale were elected members
of tho Endowment degree. Brother C. A.
Evans, of Lafayette Lodgo No. 13, was the only
visitor. Tho following-named brothers wero
appointed on tho recruiting commlttco for the
week: George T. Hilton, Paul Hiser, -;
Daniel Illser, Peter Hahu, Ernest E. Hoffman,
Alouzo Heurlchs, James S. Harbin, John T.
Hanlson, Ross L. Hunter, Edwin 11. Jlurner, J.
Thomas Hutchinson, George H. Haley, J. O.
Havenuer, George W. Hutchinsou, William II.
Jiarsnman, m. uamuurgcr, i.o. Jiugues, mi
lls, Albert is, jounsou, -u. i). Utto
M. Krous, Henry G. Kenner,
George T. King, Henry Krause. William P.
Knight, George A. Knabc, William Kahhert, J.
W. KIdwell, and Jesse N. King.
Anchor Lodge No. 9 at lis regular meeting
Monday night received Mechanics' Lcdere No.
15, of Baltimore. Worthy MastcrJ. F. Williams
was in the chair. Brother Thomas, of Centen
nial Lodge, Baltimore, was repotted to this
lodge as being sick with neuralgia. Brother
G. E. Welch, of this lodge, while on his way
home last Monday night from the lodge, was
taken violently 111. Recording Secretary Hall,
of this lodge, who has been confined to his home
for several weens, wasrenoneu improving, mt.
Alex. Zyprccht made application for member
ship. Past Master Alex. Evans, of this lodge,
announced that the ofliccrs and members or Me
chanics' Lodge No. 15, of Baltimore, were in the
ante-room, and they were received with all hon
ors. At 9 o'clock the lodge adjourned and pro
ceeded to the dining-rooms of Mr. .Julius June
man, where three large tables were spread, dec
orated with Mowers and Hags. At tho head of
the table where the visitors were seated was a
painting, which was presented to the visitors by
Graud Architect T. II. Watson, and was
received by the Worthy Master of Me
chanics' Lodge No. 15 with appropriate
remarks. Music during the evening was
furnished by Professor Feltman on the piano.
Addresses were made by Grand Representative
J. W. Thorapson,Grand Architect T. II. Watson,
and ViceGrand Architect R. B. Wilson, of this
jurisdiction; on the part of the visitors re
marks by Worthy Master Max Fcldman, Record
ing Secretary Shenkel, Financial Secretary B.
F. Cooper, and Past Master C. H. Hawllngs.
Past Masters Lewis and Llpphard, of No. 9, en
tertained the company with songs; members of
Mechauics Lodge No. 15, of Baltimore, Worthy
Master Max Fcldman, Recording Secretary John
Shenkel, Financial Secretary B. F. Cooper, Past
Masters F. II. Everett, C. 11. Rawliugs, Joshua
Brooks, and J. II. Cooper. The visiting brothers
took their departure, extending an invitation to
Anchor to return tneir call.
dependent Order of Ilcchubites.
Redemption Tent No. 144, having for its
motto "Onward and Upward," is doing good
work iu the southeastern section of tho city.
Last Wednesday evening there was a good at
tendance of members and visitors, and the suc
cessful closing of the pin contest was fittingly
celebrated. After electing Past Chief Ruler
William II. Douglass representative to the High
Tent and Past Chief Ruler William Pallas as
alternate, interesting remarks were made by
High Secretary W. J. Webb, Brother Taylor,
Grand Representative Julian L. Wright, Past
High Chief Ruler J. J. Murray, and Brother
Purity Tent No. 4 (Ladies' Branch) has con
cluded to divide the offices among the male
members and allow them to perform part of the
work Incident to an organization of that kind,
the following beinir among those favored: A. A.
Allison, Chief Ruler; George J. Murray, Finan
cial Secretary, and Clarence Mills," Levite.
Mrs. Josephine Mills was also elected Deputy
Ruler. The officers were Installed by the effi
cient Installing Oflicer, Mrs.Lida Murray, Seulor
Past Chief Ruler of the Tent. The emblematic
gold-pin contest 16 getting Interesting.
Friendship Tent No. 73, last Monday evening,
was favored with a visit by Deputy Ruler J. 11.
Daniels, of Cammack Teut No. 50, who de
livered a telling address. He was followed with
remarks by Grand Lecturer A. M. Dewev, Grand
Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford, Deputy Ruler A.
J. Eaton, Past Chief Ruler A. B. Ilurlbut, and
Grand Secretary L. II. Patterson. Initiation
and degrees to-morrow night.
Eagle Teut No. 1 (Juniors) had a good at
tendance last Monday evening. As usual,
Brothers J. J. Murray, W. J. Webb, Clarenco
Mills, aud George J. Muiray were present to
give counsel and assistance. The good-of-order
exercises were enlivened with remarks on
tho part of the Juniors by Brothers Harlan,
Wllmuth, Nally, Beavlns, Mahoney, aud Ollie
At the recent meeting of the Graud Tent of
tho District of Columbia the committees re
ported tho accounts of the financial ofliccrs cor
rect, and also that the books of High Secretary
W. J. Webb were neatly and accurately kept.
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The Connecting Link will be conferred upon
Chief Ruler Willard Hobble, of the Friendship
Juniors, and several other progressive Juniors
in the near future.
. James Cunningham, late Installing OX11-
Garfield Tent No. 23, Lonaconing, Md.,
is changing his residence, and will organize a
tent at nis uomc.
Graud Chief Ruler E. S. Woodford has ap
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The Redemptive Juniors and Peerless Teut
No. 20 (Ladies' Branch) will be reorganized
Tho High Tent meets In Hagerstown, Md., on
the second Tuesday of next month.
Redemption Tent No. 1411s arranging for a
scries of public meetings.
The grand officers will visit all the tents dur
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The Golden Ohniii.
National Lodgo No. 101, Order of the Golden
Chain, at Its last meeting elected Dr. W. F,
Gilliam as medical examiner. Tho lodge has
only been organized about six months and Is
doing well. Members of tho order are requested
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mall, postpaid, concealed In plain wrapper. Illus
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distinguished author, Wm. Tr. Tarkcr, M. I)., re
ceived tlia c;oi,l AM) ar.VKI,T,KI ItlKDAr.
fromtlio Nutliinnl lHcdical Aisoplation for
thin PllIKti KSSAY on NERVOUH and
PIIYSICAl j lll'.IIITjlT Y.Dr.Parkormul acorps
of Assistant Physicians may bo consulted, confi
dentially, by mall or in person, at the ofllco of
Till! PEAllOIiY IHKIHOAlj INSTITUTE,
No. 4 BiliiiieliStMllKtoit,3IitHM.,towhomnU
orders for books or letters for advice should bo
directed us nbove.
P"rj J" f to every man, young, mlddlo-atjcd,
fT l LL . and old; pontr.BO paid. Address
fir. II. Du Mont, SSI Columbus Ave., l!ostou,MaH3...
Over Two Millions Distributed...
Louisiana State Lottery Uomimuy.
Incorporated by tbo Legislature for Kducational and
Cliari tnble purposes, and! tsfranchlBctuiule a pait of the
present State Constitution, lu 1379, by un overwhelm
ing popular vote.
Its GRAND EXTltAOIUMNAItY DltAYVIXGS take
place semi-annually, (June and December,) aud its
GUAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place In
each of the other ten months In the year, and are all
drawn in public, at the Academy of Music, New Or
"We do hereby certify that we supervise the arrange
ments for all the Monthly and Scinl-Annual Drawings of
The Louisiana State Lotteiy Co., and In person manage
nnd control the Drawings themselves, and that the same
are conducted with honesty, fullness, nnd In good faith
toward all parties, nnd we authoiize the Company to use
this certificate, with f.ic-siniilcs of our signatures at
tached in It3 advertisements."
We, theuinleisigned Hanks and Uankeis, will p;iy nil
Prices drawn lu the Louisiana State Lotteiies, whicb
may ho piesented at our counters.
K.HI. VALlrSt.EY,lroH. Louisiana Nut Uk.
P. LANAUX, I'roH. Stato Nat'l JJlc.
A. BALDWIN, lrH. Now Orleans Nat'l 35k.
OABL KOIIN.l'roH. Union National Itank.
Attho Academy of MuhIc, New Orleans, I.n
TueHfliiy, tT uno 17t 181)0.
CAPITAL PRIZE, 000,000.
100,000 TIckotH at $-10; Halves, $0;
QuiirtorK, $S10;KlKhtlin, $5; Twon-
tlothH, SI'S; lfnrtleths, $1.
list or phizes:
1 PRIZE OF tGOO.OOOts J(0,00D
1 TRIZE OF 200,000 1s i0,O0D
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 1s 100,000
1 PRIZE OF 50,0001s 50,000
2 PRIZES OF 20,000 are 40,000
5 PRIZES OF 10,000 are D0.000
10 PRIZES OF 5,000 aro 50.00D
25 PRIZES OF 2,000aie JO.000
100PRIZEBOF 800 are 80,000
200PRIZESOF (.00 are 13),000
500 PRIZES OF -100 are iiOO.000
100 Trizesof $1,000 are ?lt,0tO
lOOPrlzesof 800 are HO.000
100 Prizes of 100 are 40,00c
999 Prlzesof $200 are 199,600
999Prlzesof 200 are 191,800-
3,114 Prizes umountinjrto $S,lfi,C0O
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
jSWFor ClubRntcs.orany furthcriufonnatloudeslred, .
write legibly to the undersigned, clearly stating your
residence, with State. County, Street, and Number,
More rapid return mall delivery will be assured by your
lnclosingan Envelope bearing your full address.
All ordinary Letters containing Postal Notes, Money
Orders issued by nil Express Companies or New York
nt. A. DAUPHIN,
New OrleaiiH, Ln,
AdilreHH KoglHtorotlljettorg containing Cur
NEW OKXKANS NATIONAL HANK.
Now OrloanH, Ln.
"REMEMBER that the payment of Prim Is GUAR
ANTEED BY FOUR NATIONAL BANKS of New Or
leans, and tho Tickets nie signed by tho President of an
Institution hose chartered rights are recognized iu the
highest Courts; therefore, bew aro of all imitations oi
REMEMBER that the SUPREME COURT OF THIS
UNITED STATES hasilecided that tho Louisiana Stato
Lottery Co. lins n CONTRACT with the State of Louis
iana, which DOES NOT EXPIRE UNTIL JANUARY
PROPOSALS FOlt WASHING nECHUIT
Inir Hemlezvous, V. S. Army, Washington,
I). O., Muy 5, lbOO. Sailed proposals. In triplicate,
subject tn tho usual conditions, will be received
nt tho ltecruitliur Rendezvous, No. 4H Tenth
street northwest, Washington, I). C. until 12
o'clocknoonontholu'tlidiiyof June.lbl'O.nt which
time and place they will bo opened m the pres
ence of bidders, for rendering services us indi
cated, for tho Kecruitinfr Service United States
Army, whenever required, within tho cit limits,
during tho llscnl year ending JunoUO, loDl, viz.:
Washing articles of Government equipage. Tho
Government reserves the right to reject any or
all proposals. Blanks aud full information as to
bidding, etc., will bo furnished on application.
Envelopes containing proposals should bo
marked, "Proposalslor Wabhing," and addressed
to CAPTAIN I SI. G1I1SON, Seventh Cavalry,
ltcciultlnir Oillcer. iuyll-0t3
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
Washington, 1). o., May VJ, lSOO.-Sealcd
proposals, iu triplicate, subject to usual condi
tions, will bo recoived hero until 11 o'olock A. M.
FRIDAY, Juno 13,1800. and then opened, for
furnishing during tho llscal year commencinrf
July 1, 1800, such fuel, l'oraue. straw, bran, uud
mlueral oil as may bo required. Preference will
bo given to articles of uomestio production or
lnanufaeturo, conditions of quality and price
(including m tho price ot'foreiKii production or
manufacture tho duty thereon) beiuir equal. All
information required will bo turnished ou appli
cation to this olllce. Envelopes contalnlPK pro
posals should bo marked "Proposals for Fuel,
Fornne, etc .or Oil," (as may be,) aud addressed
toG.15.DANm, Deputy Quurterniaster Gen
eral, U.S. A. nij'18-ltl