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THE OHITIC-RBOORD, "WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1891
IN AND ABOUT TOWN.
II. W. OlmstcmirwTic. JJutlor, M. )..
nml F. W. Vaughn havo liccn appointed
by tho Y. M. 0. A., committee on oxcur
fclons, tlio llrst of which will bo given In
Kills G.Moycrs lias filed an amended
bill In the Biilt instituted for divorce
nj;nliist liis wife. Frmizouln M. Meyers,
H Is set forth in the bill that on frequent
occasions adultery had been ".oiuiultlcd by
the defendant nt certain places on Mary
Lewis 0. Shatter of Lynchburg denies
the statement printed In the rH and War
that he tried to commit suicide by Inking
laudanum. Ho snys that bo was 111 and
in delirium and may havu said that ho
had taken tho drug whilo In tho latter con
dition. To-morrow evening at 8 o'clock a moot
ing ill tho interest of tho Iltlmano Society
will bo held at tho Lutheran Church,
Thomas Circle, at 8 o'clock. Short nrt
tlrcwcs will bo made by a number of well
known gentlemen and SOD copies of "lllack
Jlcnnty" will be distributed among the
The silver wedding or Mr. and Mrs. V.
AV. Devcrcux was celebrated last night at
their residence, SI I street northwest.
They were assisted in receiving tho many
guests by their daughter. Miss Uevereux,
nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. It, Kolley. Among
tho numerous handsome presents re
ceived was a tea service from St. Patrick's
Conference of the Society of St. Vincent
do I'nul and a silver pitcher from the
hoard of directors of tho ileal Kstnto As
sociation. Klectric bells, burglar alarms
Y. M. C. A. ATIILEITCS.
Athletic I'arK fitted Up nml to lto
Opened Siiturilny, May 1(1.
The Y. M. C. A. has taken possession
of Athletic Park and fitted it up for all
Wnds of Athletic games and sports,
liascball, tennis, running, jumping, pole
vaulting and athletics generally are
nmply and properly provided for. Seventy-two
lockcra for octivo exercising
members havo been arranged. Choice of
them will bo decided by lot at tho grounds
this afternoon at -1:30. They aro located
under tho grand stand, wuero, too, are
two shower baths.
Thegrounds have room for 20,000 peo
ple, and tho association extends a frco in
vitation to everybody to attend on the
opening day, May 1(3. The exercises: will
begin at -1:30 p. in. It promises to bo
nn interesting occasion.
un uccoration uay tnero will no a series
of contests. Admission, 25 cents to all
not contesting. Entries free.
Tho establishment of this park is a new
move on tho partof tho Y. M. 0. A., and
it promises to bo a valuabloand attractive
feature. The gymnasium attached to tho
Y. M. C. A. Building on New York ave
nue has long been in operation and has
proved a success.
Itcnl Kstnto Transfers.
James Cunningham to John llazen, lot
1, square 71-1, $300.
Samuel Bensinger to Itichard Poole,
part of lot C. block 579, ?1,G00.
Seany J. Watts to Michael J. Colbert, to
Henry YV. "Whon, lot 133, square iU, $1,
00. Glen W. Cooper to Joseph T. Offutt,
lot in Montgomery Countv, Mil., 510.
Klleii 1). J.nno and the Washington and
Georgetown Ittiilwny Company to tho
United States, tho Maltbv House, $123,000.
KHcn I. Campbell and W. C. Ilaiialen
part of lot C, block 12, Lo Droit Park.
IVni. G. Handleu, to T. B. Campbell,
Mime property, Mary K. Bannctt et al, to
BrodgicBanett, lot 0. squaro 17.
L. Btodgett to C. C. to E. C. Simpson,
hi time north of square 137, part of square
157, part of square 102, square 103, square
north of 278, square north of 337, nominal
Nora Lane to Catherine Cammack, part
lot 1, square 122, S2.G00.
Wary C. Conner to Catherine Traiuor,
lot 13, square 828.
G. E. Emmon to Catherine Cam sub
71 to 75, square 701, $750.
ilary II. Murray to Mary C. Murray, 1
interest, part 00, S01.
rrraldont Gnrliclrt'N IMiyslcInn.
Dr. Bliss, speaking in tho highest terms
of Spcer's Tort "Wine, writes the follow
AVa8iiij?gtoh D. 0., Jan. 25, 1881.
Ai.fhed Sr-EEit, Esq., Passaic, N.J.
Dear Sir: I have to acknowledge the
superior quality of Wines of your pro
duction, notably your Port Wine, and to
fay I have prescribed them for ray pa
tients for thopast two years, with uniform
nnd satisfactory results. I havo full con
fidence in tho purity of your Wines and
that they are uniformly of standard
btrength, hence prescribe them almost ex
clusively in my practice. Very truly
yours, D. W. Br.iss, M. I).
In the Circuit Court.
Judge Cox presiding. J. H. L. Eiger
vs. II. L. Berlin ctal.; motion for judg
ment for want of sufficient affidavit of de
fense overruled. Smith, Dixon tCo. vs.
Washington Critic Company; motion for
Judgment under rule 73 granted. J. A.
Iiighes vs. T. M. Elliott; motion for
judgment for want of sufficient plea
granted. J. Lucks ct al. vs. ltyon fc
Tracy; motion to dismiss appeal over
ruled. Birmingham vs. Pettlt ifc Dipps;
motion to set aside verdict and grant new
trial submitted. Cissell Deener etal. vs.
J. T. Lee and J. II. Smith; motion that
garnishee answer to interrogations. J. H.
Syphcr vs. I' O. Moray; motion for judg
ment for want of sufficient affidavit- sub
mitted. National Bank of tho Republic,
New York, vs. II. D. Cook ct al.; same.
will bo specially opened to the public, 115
Thirteenth street northwest, between 7
nml 11 o'clock this evening, but the open
ing will not bo "limited" by a consider
uble. There's nothing limited about
'Bothwcll and Paine, tho proprietors. Like
Monte Cristo, the world is theirs, and tho
world will be there and all thegood tilings
jf the world likewise.
short pairts suits from 12 upwards.
man isros., vtn cc v..
Tho Coroner's jury in the case of tho
killing of young Alfred Chlvizzanl at tlio
railroad crossing at Maryland avenue and
Sixth street lato yesterday returned the
That the deceased .chiiio to his death on
tho afternoon of April 30, 1891, at tlio
corner of Sixth street and Maryland ave
nue bouthwest by being slruok by an en
gine of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Wo
believe that from tho testimony offered
tho accident, was due to carelessness on
the pint of deceased.
Additional Train to Helming Knees.
For tho better accommodation of travel
to liennings race track (Dean wood) the
1'cnnRylvouia Railroad will run nn addi
tional train, leaving Washington (Sixth
htrect station) at 1:30 p.m., commencing
Saturday, tho 2d, and continuing through
tho races. Tho trains leaving at 2:15 and
2:E0 p. m. will bo run the same as hereto
fore, Berkeley pure rye whisky.
Tlmlr Sixty-Thin! Anniversary.
Tho Washington City lliblo Society will
celebrate its sixty-third anniversary to
morrow evening at tho New York Avenuo
Presbyterian Church. Addresses will be
mado by Mr. Justico Brewer, tho Rov. Dr.
W. A. Bartlett, Mr. J. 11. Wight and
M per gallon, II per quart, 50c, a pint.
In tho J'qiilty Court.
Jlnclilo vs. Howland; order mado limit
ing time to take testimony, Parker vs.
Baker; sale decreed and It. Clayton ap
pointed trusteo to sell, llolcomb vs.
Wright; purchaso of promissory note
Thnrp, 818 F street northwest.
All tho latest shades, fabrics and btylcs
n mens' suits from $10 upwards. Lisc-
man Bros., 7th V K.
WITH WHIP AND SPUR,
CLOSE OK THE FIRST WEEK 01' TI1K
.TOCKEY CLUB MEETINO.
The Cnntlnnnitco of the Plraiaiit Weather
Attracts a Largo Crowd to Witness
the Flyers Good Betting anil Racing
Points from tlio l'nddock.
The first week of tho spring meeting of
the Jockey Club was brought to a close
Ij-dny, and the fifth day's racing, botli
in atteudanro and interesting sport,
proved as highly successful us any of the
11 vo races arc on tho cards for to-day,
and as a steeplechase 1a lo wind up the
day's sport the attendance of ladles was
unusually large. Nearly f,000 people
witnessed tlio running nnd thoroughly
enjoyed the sport,
Tho betting was good njul the odds
given excellent, most or the race) having
First Jlacc L'lntriguanto took tho Ilr3t
ruco with cn-e, making tlio third omi
since the meeting commenced. Littlofleld
won without using tho whip, Bellovuo
second and l'cturn last.
Second Bacc Tho public had a tip on
Stridcaway and pounded down tho odds
from 8 to 5 to (1 to 5. Indio Rubber and
Bellsauris were well backed. Tlio horses
got off in good shape. Hypatlca taking
the lead around to tlio head of tho strctcli
when Dcl!satiri3 and Stridoway came
away and tho latter won by a length,
Third liacc My Fellow was a strong
favorite, but tlio knowing ones took a
fancy to Gallifct. My Fellow took the
lead until tho stretch when ho swerved
and Gallifet had things his own way, wili
ning by two lengths, the favorite second,
ng iy two long'
ami Virgio third.
Fourth Race Fifteen horses went to the
post and Gyda got off with a good length
ahead. Bounding into tho stretch Cor
nelia canio through tho ruck, collared the
leader and won by a half a length, Gyda
second, Costa Bica third.
Fifth Race Lotion was tho favorlto but
Kyrlo B. carried considerable money,
rficro was n long delay at the post, but
when tho horses got off, they were beau
tifully aligned. Mlrabcau and Kvrlo B.
madoa beautiful run home, and llonig's
entry won by n length with MIrabeau
second, J. J, O'B. third.
l'oints from llic I'nddock.
My Fellow tired of his weight and Galli
fet won the Pabst handicap, just as the
Cmtic-Hecoru predicted yesterday.
Mirabcau's owners claimed n foul in the
last race, but it was disallowed.
L'lntriguanto has wron every race In
which she has sturtcd.
India llubber was well played on tho
strength of tho race of Wednesday.
The time in the Stridcaway race was ex
Mucilago ought to bo good for a place in
the first race to-day.
Tho horse that beats Kitty T. in the
handicap will have to go it better than 1:13.
With Hercules out of the steeplechase,
Elpbin w4U probably carry the bulk of
the talent's mono)', with placo money on
Pat Oakley and Grey Gown.
Tho Tailroad accommodations wero. a
great deal better yesterday than at any
time during the meeting.
Backers of favorites havo done well
There may be several days' extra racing,
if the good weather keeps up.
There was but llttlo betting in the first
race yesterday, tho odds being prohibi
tive at 1 to 10.
The horses aro getting in fine fettle, and
the Tunning next week promises some
The Congressional Hotel is by all odds
one of tho cosiest establishments in the
city of Washington. It'lrsplendldly kept
and is especially attractive to rconlc In
the summer, being located high up where
the air is always cool and balmy. Major
Brock, the genial proprietor, declares that
in tho hottest weather In mid-summer the
thermometer at his Louse always registers
nt least 10 points lower than at any placo
in tho heart of tho city. The Major likens
his caravansary to the modern summer
resort, and he is about right. t
For tho first time in a number of weeks
tne street-cleaning apparatus went over
Fourth street last night and carted away
a little dust.
The old "Carroll's Hill" is slowly but
surely vanishing. In a few more days
the hill will have been removed and then
a syndicate will complete the erection of
the block of houses.
The school at tho corner of Eleventh
and G streets is now completed and in W
short time n handsomo American ilag
will be Hung to tho breezes.
Now, if Anacostia can mako such a
great showing on Memorial Day as she
did on the 23d of February, why can't
East Washington get up n celebration and
join her prosperous suburb. There is
plenty of material on Capitol Hill to give
as fine a celebration as can bo gotten up
in this city. Thero aro several military
companies here, both inside nnd outside
of the N. G. D. C, and it would bo a mat
ter of llttlo trouble to get down-town as
sistance if it wero needed.
Let us get up a celebration and -with
Anacostia go to St. Elizabeth and hold
exercises in the most attractive spot of
suburban property in this section of the
Mr. S. Bieber formally opened his an
nex to tho nubile to-dav. All dav ves-
terday tho store wvas thronged with' boys
who were given tickets which entitled
them to a pair of pants to be given them
Mr. Bieber has 'built up a successful
business In this section of the city, and
the courteous manner in which his custo
mers are treated wins for him numerous
friends. Tho display of spring goods is
beautiful and delights thn lover of good
clothes, for hero they can bo seen in
A gentlemanly efficient force of assist
ants show the visitors through the build
ing, and under the supervision of Mr,,
Kaufman, a well-known East Wu'dilng
tonian,the business will still prosper.
"Green's Hill," as it is called, is look
ing up wonderfully. Several of the
houses in courso of erection uro nearly
ready for occupancy, and tho view of tho
city obtained from this beautiful sub
division amply repays any one for visit
ing tho place. It is high and healthy and
the ground abounds with water of tlio
purest kind. Since it was placed on tlio
market Dr. Green has mado oxtenslvo im
provements. No real-cstato boom lias
sstruck the place, but it is tho steadily in
creasing of values in real estato in this
locality which has caused so many sales
to bo made.
The Epworth Leaguo met last night,
and after transacting the regular business
the programmo for their entertainment
was adopted and rehearsed, Tho enter
tainment promises to boa lino one.
The local G. A. It. peonto met in Judge
Armstrong's office, on Monroe street, last
night to report progress ami to dlscim
plans for the coming Memorial Day cele
bration. Tho celebration of February 21
was tho largest over given in tho town
and shows what Auacostians can do. Tho
coming celebration will be as Hue us the
ono of the 23d, as u number of the partici
pants will be mounted and numerous
decorated wagons will bo In the Hue of
A committee consisting of about twenty
live persons was appointed to give nuttors
a general "shaking up," nml to report at
tho next meeting.
Tho Red Men, tho Knights of Pythias,
the Rechubltes and numerous other orga
nizations which havo their headquarters
hero havo signified their willingness to
take a place in the line of march.
The main exercises will be held at St.
Elizabeth, whero n number of Union
soldicv) who died on tho battlefield rest,
nnd at tho conclusion of theso exercises a
lunch will ho served.
The day will bo spent in honoring tho
Another meeting will be hold on next
Wednesday to complete arrangements,
when the lino of march will bo agreed
Berkeley Is pure.
"The l'rlvnto Secretary" nt llioNntliiiml.
"Tho Privalo Secretary" will bo the at
traction nt the National next week. This
prclly and humorous play, that has In all
probability delighted more people than
any stngc-work ever given to the public,
was formed In New York sovoral years
ago, nnd made its debut at tho famous
Mndieon Squaro Theatre. Its run at litis
liouso was unprecedented. ' It was seen
hero several years ago, and to-day Is better
and more attractive than over. Mr.
Charles Frohman has surrounded tho
"stage tutor" with tho finest company
that hns rendered the piny in several
years. Tho comedy itself is ono of the
quaintest, most original in ideas nnd
society characters that was ever created.
Our fair rcadorswlll bolntercstcd in tho
costumes of tho ladies. Miss Maude
Giroux in her first net wears a combina
tion gown of cashmere and crope, Relit
blue in color, made witli draped skirt,
shirred waist, over which is a dinner
jacket of Spanish lly. Tlio trimming is
gold passementerie. Miss..Nctlio Ferrell
appears in a combination suit of deep
pink cashmere and pistachc green silk.
In the third act Miss Giroux nas a cash
mere, the ground of salmon pink, covered
with clusters of ox-heart cherries, mado
with skirt and bodice, under which is a
gimp and full sleeve of cardinal silk.
Miss Ferroll's gown Is a canary-colored
grenadine. In direct contrast to the
modern dresses of thoyoungladies are the
old-stylo fabrics worn by Miss Wilson,
Miss llurlingame and Mrs. Clarke, These
ladies arc using hpirlooms. Tlio materials
ore barege, old-fashioned silk and India
pineapple much in voguo seventy-five
years ago, but not even manufactured
now laces and jewelry of antique do
signs make up their eccentric toilets.
The Mikado nt AUmucli'n
"Summer opera" H one of the estab
lished features of Washington life. It is
something that the public has learned to
look forward to with confidence as u sort
of relief from' tho-h eat and dust of warm
weather. Under the guidance of the emi
nent singer nndimpressario, W. F. Carle
ton, summer opera has this year proved
an institution of rare artistic merit. The
.Company that played "Tlio .Merry War"
wa3 recognized as ono of the best that ever
played that opera in Washington. It will,
however, be strongly augmented for "Tbe
Mikado" which will bo presented next
week. Jcannle Winston who is beyond
doubt tho mest popular artist who ap
pears In Washington, will take the part of
Xmikl 1, and that splendid bniltone, J.
K. Murray, will bo Ao Jiah, Murray's
foofiah has been tho subject of the most
enthusiastic praise wherever it lias boon
Those fuvorltos, Allco Vincent and
Clare Wisdom, will bo seen as Yum Yum
and JCatttha respectively. C. C. A. Biue
low will take tho comedy part of Ko Ko,
and there is no room for doubt as to his
success with it. He has gained a large
following of admirers here, and he is sure
to have more on his list before this en
gagement Is over. Carleton himself will
play the Jlikndo, which fact insures a fin
ished, graceful rendering for that role.
The costumes will have all tho fantastic
beauty that is expected from anything
pertaining to Japan, and the scenery will
present numerous effects, as pleasing as
ihey are novel. This is unquestionably
one of the strongest entertainments ever
offered tho public at prices of twenty -live,
fifty, and seventy-five cents.
The Unrlue Jlahd.
The Marine Band will give n home con
cert at the Academy of Music (Lincoln
Music Hall) on next Monday night. They
should be greeted with a rousing audience.
Their tour has been a remarkably success
ful nnfl. nrtlfitirnllv nnd finnnfiinfli'. Pm-
fessor Sousa and the en tiro band deserve a
hearty homo welcome.
Viofettor John J'Mllp A'oum,
Tho musical critics of Chicago aro con
sidered tho most exacting nnd particular
in this country. Professor Sousa and his
band won a Brent victory at the city by
Tho Herald said thai Mr. Sousa provided
a feast of harmony such as no other band
has ever civen in Chicaco. Tho comedy
numbers sent the audience Into peals of
laughter and met with volleys of ap
plause. Tho Tribune said tho playing, so far as
accuracy of note and purity of tone aro
concerned, is so nearly faultless that it is
virtually tho perfection of band music,
tho shortcomings being only In some
effects obtainable only by an orchestra.
Aside from this the performance of tho
band was in every respect tho finest Chi
cago has ever heard.
Ada Cray at llavilR llljini.
Tliat famous and beautiful play, "Kist
Lynne," will bo given at .Harris' Bijou
Thcatro next Monday ovenlng by tho cel
ebrated artist, Miss Ada Gray. This lady
has attained un cmincuco that few people
reach. "East Lynne" is her masterpiece,
and eho gives tho play a depth of pathos
that cannot fail to move tlio auditor.
Tho sadness of tho play docs not prevent
Its being ono of tho most beautiful in the
English language, ami It Is ono that no
ono should miss seeing. It deals with the
emotions in a way that aromei tho
deepest feelings, and lias awakened many
a heart and read many a lesson. Tlio
play will bo given in a very eomplctound
careful manner. Ada Gray is well known
and her company has been selected from
excellent artistic material. Her drosses
ore said to ho extraordinary for their
beauty, There Is no doubt that tlio en
gagement will ho one of unusual im
portance. Iianl; McXIidi Company and Sullivan
ilackHoii. Tlio famous minstrel, Frank 13. Mc
Nlsli, has organized a superb specialty
company, which will open at Kcrnan's
Thcatro uoxt Monday for ono week only.
It includes tlio brightest artists in tlio pro
fession, and promises a varied and excel
lent entertainment. McNlsh, himself, is
one of tho btrongest cards on tho vaudo
ville stnge, and is'frcidi from his success
ful tour around the world. Ho is tho
originator of "Silence and Fun," and
though pursued by thousandsof imitators
in this original act is still uckuoivledgad
tmeqtinlcd. Ho lias added many now
fentures to his specialty.
Tho Anna Four present a sketch en
titled "Tubb's Visit. ' that is pronounced
tho best, most original, rctlned and
amusing of tho seao:i. It teems with
comedy Hashes and introduces skirt
dances anil grotesque dancing. Roger
nnd Belle Dohui depict Irish character )
faithfully that thoy have become known
ns "tho Slinughratis of tho vaudoville."
Bellac and Aouda nro rnro necromancers
and wonder-workers. A new face and a
pretty ono Is Miss Lilllo Mason, who
ranks high as a vocalist. The character
work of tho Gornella Brothers, in their
pieturo of n Chinese opium don, Is very
artistic. Tho Watsons nro clever German
impersonators. Mathowsaud Bulger, the
comedians, have n lively act, entitle.!
"Confiscation." James and CoraNcsblt,
tho Ideal and skctcli team, enliven their
'McFaddcn's Bad Girl" with new songs
Thero will bo a set-to with eight-ounce
gloves between Sullivan and Jackson, the
champion boxing cots, features of Pro
fessor Hampton's colossal animal circus.
Professor Hampton introduces dogs at
at school, hurdle races, leaping hounds
and clown dogs, and his educated giose.
lliat does everything 1ml speak. L'idlei'
matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day. MavllSam T, Jack's Creole Bur
Miss Willlimifl Turin tho Tallies on
Mi's Williams, smarting under tho two
falls of Thursday, made short work of
Miss Morgan at Kcrnan's Theatre List
rilpht. Tho score now stands, Williams
I, Morgan 3. There will bo two more
bouts, one at tho matinee and one to
night, and if the bout this aftcr.ioon
snnuld result in n I'", tlio last bou. de
ciding the contest will 'io marked by the
most earnest and real iluliting ever wit
Y. M. C. A. SPECIALS FOR MAY.
Mcn'n Gonncl Services.
H'NP.' it, 1:30 r. m.
May 3 Address by Hon. Andrew C.
Bradley, Associate Justice Supreme Court,
May 10 Address by Rcv.lt. H. McKim,
1). D. Epiphany Episcopal Church.
May 17 Address by
Muy 21 Address by Rov. A. II. Gillett,
D. 1)., Chancellor Glen Echo Chautauqua.
May 31 Address by 1'. C. Williams,
M. D., Baltimore, .Mil.
TlTSItAVS, 8 1 M.
May 5 "Clean Through the Word,'1
John 10. 3, Psalm 110, 0. Leader, J. P.
May 12 "Light Thrnuc.li the Word,"
Psalm 110, 105. Leader, II. A. Harding.
Mnv 10 "Faith TliroiiL'h tho Word,"
Rom. 10. 17. Leader, Da Vln Finckel.
May 20 Missionary meeting.
hi'ndayp, 3:30 r. i.
May 3 "Israel's Overthrow Foretold,"
Amos 8, 1-M. Teacher, W. A. Wells.
May 10 "Sin tlio Cause of Sorrow,"
llnsca 10, 1-15. Teacher, W. A. Wells.
May 17 "Captivity of Israel," 2 Kings
17,018. Teacher, J. K. Pugb.
Mnv 21 "Tho Temple Repaired." 2
Chronicles 21. 1-1 1. Teacher. J. E. Push.
May 31 "Hczckiah. the Good King,"
2 Chronicles 20, 1-11, Teacher, J. E.Pugh.
Training Class, Bible Study and Per
sonal Work every Saturday, 8 p. m.
Junior Training Class, Bible Study and
Personal Work every Wednesday, 8 p. m.
Sunday School Teachers' Bible Class
every Saturday, 0:30 p. m.
Sunday School Teachers' Primary Class
every Friday, 4:15 p. m.
Tho Literary Society.
KATUimAYs, 3:30 r. m.
Subjects for debate May '2dlltuiletil,
That Congress should pass a law to re
strict immigration still further than at
May Oth Jicsohal, That speculation in
property is detrimental to tho best inter
ests of the community.
May 10th Jifsolvcd, That all school
teachers over 50 years of age who have
taught more than twenty-live years
should bo pensioned by act of Congress,
at a rate of $ 10 per month.
May 23d Xesolml, That tlio United
States should have n uniform suffrage law.
May 30th Jiewlvetl, That Congress
should pass a service pension bill.
At St. Mark's Lutheran Church
Rev. Dr. W. II. Gotwald pastor,
baptism of children in addition to
regular services wilt taico place in tt
morning. In tho evening the pastor wlli
preach on "Future Recognition." Sun
day-school at 0:30 a. m. The young peo
ples' Luther Alliance will meet at 0:15p-"i.
At the Sixth Presbyterian Church, on
Sixth street, between Mnryland avenuo
and C street, thero will bo the regular
morning exercises to-morrow, when the
young people's meeting takes place. The
evening services, which open at 8 o'clock,
win ne oi
in the Alps."
At Kendall Chapel to-morrow the Rev.
Mr. Outwatcr, the pastor, will preach n
sermon on "Intelligent, Discerning Love"
from the text, Phillipians, i. 0. In the
evening the sermon will be delivered by
the Rev. Dr. Chambers.
At ltyland Church, corner of Tenth and
D streets southwest, the regular Sunday
school and church services, besides tho
communion service, will take place to
morrow morning. In tho afternoon at
2:30 o'clock funeral services will bo held
over the remains of Mrs. Rachel New
man, late wifo of Mr. F. L. Newman,
llegular services will be held in tho even
ing, preceeded by tho meeting of the
Christian Endeavor Society at 7 o'clock.
At tbo Epiphany Mission, on Maryland
avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets, tho regular exercises will take
place to-morrow, consisting of Sunday
school at 0 o'clock and preaching in the
morning nnd evening.
At Westminster Presbyterian Cliurch
on Seventh street the regular services will
conducted by tho pastor, the Rev. Dr. B.
At Rescuo Mission services will bo con
ducted to-morrow, iu tho afternoon at
about 3:30. by workers from the Central
Union Mission, in the Gospel wagon.
Brother McMIchacl will lead.
I.l'MON Kl.lXl It.
.1 I'leaxiut Lemon Jirlnk.
For biliousness and constipation, take
For indigestion and foul stomach, take
For sick and nervous headaches, take
For sleeplessness and nervousness, take
For loss of nppctlto and debility, take
For fevers, chills and miliaria, take
Dr. MozIcv'h Lemon Elixir will not fail
you in any of the above-named diseases,
all of winch ariso from a torpid or dis
eased liver, stomach, kidneys or bowels.
Prepared only by Dr. II. Mo.i.uv, At
50c, and 1.00 per bottle, at druggists,
1. emon Hot Drops
Cures nil CourIis, Colds, Hoarscu&n,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage and all throat and lung
An elegant and reliable preparation.
25 cents at druggists. Prepared only by
Dr. II. Mozlcy, Atlanta, Oa.
In Mrmory of 11 (luttyHlmre Hm-o.
Last night at Grand Army Hull, 1112
Pennsylvania avenue, the Rov. Dr. W.
11. Gotwald, Pastor of St. Mark's Southern
Church, and Chaplain of PostO, G. A. It..
delivered 1111 address on "Tlio Life and
Military Services of Major General John
F, Reynolds," after whom tlio Pot is
named. Tho address was full of valuable
and interesting Information, tlio fruits of
thorough research and extensive corre
spondence. Dr. Gotwald was a student
In Pennsylvania Collcgo at Gettysburg, at
the timo of tlio battlo there, where Gen
eral Reynolds fell, and his addross was
marked by sympathetic appreciation ot
the hero's choractor, and illustratod by
many apt and interesting incidents con
nected with his career.
Forovor fifty years Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup hns been used forchildren
.teqthing. It soothes tho child, softens the
gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic,
nnd Is tlio best remedy for dlitrrhiea,
Twcnty-Hvo cents a bottle.
lightning rods practically amhcicntill
cally putnp. J. H. Kuehling.
RKC0R1) OP THE NATIONALS'
BATTERS AM) FIELDERS.
Last In Club lintllng and Fielding No
Gnino Yesterday To Meet llotoit To
Day A New Player Scctircd DIs
MitMfirllon Alleged In Kxlvt Among
Tho Washington's had a day off vestcr
day. To-day the club will play In Boston
and return homo on Wednesday to open
tho scries with the Western clubs, Von
der Aho's men playing the first game.
Thus far the Nationals have not cov
eted thonsclvcs with glory. The men
have halted hard in every game hut thero
seems lo bo lacking that Important essen
tial to success team work. Whether
this will bo remedied In the near future is
a mooted question. It is uiifortur.n'n
that almost at tho very commencement of
the season, dissensions should nriso in the
club. Tlio I'altlmore Hun this morning
"A number of (ho Washington plavers
felt very uncertain about their positions
before they left for Boston yesterd.iv
morning. Snyder, tho new manager, is
confronted by a pronounced faction in
the club which is unfriendly lo him and
feels npgrieved becnitse of Trott's dismis
sal, visner is regarded as n leader of tho
dissatisfied clement, and for that reason
ho may be released. Altliouuh accounted
a great player, ho has not been at his best
in the games so far played. Mctiucry's
release and the transfer of Paul Hines to
first base arc niso contemplated. Snvder
announced that Kccfc and Smnlley 'had
been dropped before his departure. Ho
also said lie might go behind the bat him
self if It becomes necessary, and thatlio is
practicing to get In condition. Kcefo's re
lease was a surprise, as ho was supposed
lo bo capable of doing good work."
There Is no doubt but what thero is 11
good deal uf truth in that paragraph and
the feeling of dissatisfaction ought to bo
squelched as quickly as possible. The
men who ore antagonizing tho new man
ager should bo dropped as quickly ns pos
sible, no matter If tney nro the best men
.in tho team. No club can afford to- have
such men among its members, more es
pecially n club like the Washington.
Another change took placo yesterday.
"Pop" Smith, tlio veteran second base
man ot last year's Boston Leaguo team
has been signed and will plav short prob
ably in to-day's game. Hatfield will bo
transferred to thir.il base. Smith last
year accepted 035 chances out of 092 op
portunities and has a fielding record of
.017. His batting record was small only
.220. Still he is n good man on tho basen,
an excellent sacrifice hitter, nnd will
make a good man for the team. Davis
nnd Visner will probably be released
within a few days.
The individual records of the Washiifg
ington nine arc follows:
1 & j 3
a a g s s a
u h a u, u
II MiGiilrc i 10 4 111 .5''3
VI Dowrt 8 a-) !l '.I .0OJ
2li VlMier 1.1 -r, " IS .'7
Si) atet'uerry 13 31 !l 13 .'ivs
.w Keele fi vi 1 :i :iv
W lleccucr 12 .11 l'l 11 .-24'
-tU lllncs 10 as li '.I x
11 Hnviri aii ;i r, .in
-IS Hatfield 1:1 W 12 II .Mill
III Diuilnp. 1 M -I 5 ,VU
B5 Cnreey B IS II -1 .HIT
Ml Uakely I 13 II 2 .1."I
W Snmlly !l :a i 5 .IM
15 Hurt I) 17 1 '" .118
In fielding Hart leads tho catchers with
an average of 1.000 and McGuireis ninth
with .010. McQuery is third among first
basemen with .081, and Dowd is fourth
among second basemen with .020.
Emallev is eighth in third basemen with
.705 aud Davis last with .032. Hatfield at
short is seventh with .878. Bceohoris
seventh among left fielders with .939,
Hart eighth among centre fielders with
.850 and Hines ninth with .8GL Visner
is third among right fielders with .OIL
Among pitchers Kccfe, Carsey and
Bakelcy stand numbers 10, 17 and 18 out
of twenty pi'chers with a percentage of
average earned runs by opponents of 2.10,
2.G0 and 1.07.
What the Clubi Havo Done.
Boston. ...II li
St. Louie. .13 8
Columbus . H li
Cincinnati. 8 13
Atuletlc... S 11
Wnehing'n 4 11
w. i.. r.c. w. l.
llOBton li 3 .cr.7 I'ittslinrg.. 5 -i
Clcieliid.. U 3 .Wi7 New York. -1 .1
Chicago.... n t .STiii Brooklyn... 3 IS
rhiitt 5 1 .550 Cincinnati. 2 7
Other Games Yesterday.
At Cincinnati St. Louis, 3; Cincinnati, 1.
At Columbus Columbus, 2; Louis
At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 13. Boston, 0.
At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 8; New
At Cleveland Cleveland, 12; Cincin
At Chicago Chicago, 2; Pittsburg, 5.
Washington at Boston.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
Baltimore at Philadelphia.
Louisville at Columbus.
Pittsburg at Chicago.
Boston at Brooklyn.
New York at Philadelphia.
Cincinnati at Cleveland.
YOl'NT-WrniEHS- On Thnrwlay. April
80, 181, hv thr Her. Joe) Brown, Wlllln O,
Yomit nml Margaret V. Wither.
MAY On Friday, May 1, lh.11, John Fred
erick May, M. ., iu the 79th year of his ago.
Funeral services from St. Paul's Church,
Twenty-third street, between Pennsylvania
avenue and II street northwest, Monday, May
I, at 3 p. m,
MIIRI'HY-On April .'10, 18111, at 11:15 p. in.,
Patrick Murphy, aged E0 years.
Funeral from his late residence, 1(133 Eleventh
street northwest on Monday, May I, at 8:30 a,
in, Ileqiilem mni-s nt the Church nt tho Im
maculate Conception at II it. m. Relatives and
friends invited to attend.
KltAUSKOPF At her daughter's residence,
HOB street northwest, In the 73th year ot her
age, Mrs. Cathrrluo Krauskopf.
FItANEY-Departed Ibis life Thursday.
AprllliO, lh'Jl, at b:30 p, m., llarrlsun A. Frauoy.
aged 10 cms,
FuncTal from tho tcldeuce of his mother,
Mrs. II. M. l'raney, 1(21 II street uorthwcit,
Sunday nt2 o'clock.
GltOSS-On Wednesday ovoulng, Ajirll -it).
1WU, at 0 o'clock, niter an Illness ot ono
week, at her residence, lit SIx-aiid-a-hnlf street
uuthwest, Marie dross, tut. Dlmmlck, and
born In Dorfprpelten. Bavurla, Germany.
Funeral srivlcrs will bo hold on Sunday, May
3, at 1:30 o'clock p, in., at her lato resldsuce,
and at 2 o'clock at Epiphany Clinpel, on Mary
land avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets southwest. Relatives nnd friends are
HUIILKY- At tho lesldcuco of his parents,
1572 MadUou street northwest, nt5 p. in,. John
II. Hurley, sun nf Mary and Warner Hurley,
aged 5 years and I months,
MAI'SS. Altera brief lllucs, nfpncumonla,
l)r It. (I. Mnuss, aged foriy-nlnn years; be
loved litlshai d of Martha E. Mam-s.
Funeral from his lato icsldence, 101 Sixth
street noithwest, Sunday, May 3, at 3 p. in.
Relatives and friends invited.
NEWMAN.-On Thursday, April an, lsti, nt
her lato icsldcurc, l'oiu'-nnil-a-halt and (I
streets southwest, al l:'!0u. in., Mrs. liachel
New man, beloved wife of F. L. Newman, aged
sUly-ono years four months and tilno days.
Funeral takes place from llylund Chapol,
Tenth and 1) streets southwest, Sunday, at
2:30 p. m. Relatives and frluiids respectfully
invuco io tuii'iiii. i.viarinoioujiu ami .inuap
oils papers please copy.
RIVERS. Hepnrled this llfo at 5 o'clock p.
iu., Wcdiifsday. April ), 1MII, John Itlvors,
member of Galilean Fishermen, No. 7.
l'uuemt services Sunday at 3 o'clock, Metro
politan Baptist Church. Interment at Grace
HIANNON.-At his resldcuco, IKK Tenth
sticet northwest, at 5 p.m., April 3ii, 1MI,
James bhniinou, In the forty ninth year I his
I'unoral Sunday, May 3d, at 12:30 p. m.. fiom
his late lesldcure, 140oTcutli strcetiiorthwest.
TIIUIISTON.-Ou April 90, 1801, nt 10:21
o'clock p. in,, Iu tho triumph of faith, Lucy
Thurston, aed seventy-eight years.
Funeral from house No. ISO N street nmtli
vml, all o'clock p. in., Sunday, May 3, Wl.
Friends are Invited to attend.
Both tlio method and results when
3yrup of? Figs is taken j i t is plcnennt
and refreshing lo tho tusto, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem effectually, dispels cold3, liend
aches and fevers nnd cures hnhituiil
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
only remedy of its Kind over pro
duced, pleasing to tho tasto and ac
ceptnhlo to tho stomach, proinut in
its action and truly beneficial 111 its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many cxccllontqunlitics commend it
to all and havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for snlo in COc
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any rclinlilo druggist who
may not havo it tin hand will pro
euro it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FiG SYRUP CO.
SAN mAUCICCO, CAL.
toumviue ky. hew yok n. v.
"ltKCIIABlTI'S, AT BNTION !
Tlicncxtof the pcrleent Iteclia'tltc public
trinpcrnnco meetings will be held nt Oood
Tfiinplnr's Hull, 1'our-Aitil-a-ralf ttrect nnd
reliurylviinln nvcuue, MAY .'), nt8 p. m. Hev.
D. Wolfolk of Kentucky and Kcv. A J. Meyers
will Address tho meeting. All are corillilly In
vited. An cspeclnlly Interesting meeting on
lly order of Committee.
NOTICE OF KE.MOVAI..
We nhall clofo our pieecnt stoic, lOOIM'ciin
Hjlvfuiln Hvenue, on
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NEXT,
5TH AND OTH 01 MAY.
to enable nsln move our Roods and nrrnngo
Hock at our now store,
Uo K STitEET,
Where vr. Minll bo plciteil to ees all our
filcnds nnd luMoiucts on nnd after
M. W. BEVEHIDQE,
1C09 l'n. ae.
Importers ot China and Class.
OFFICE OF THE COM.ECTOK OF
Taxes. District ot Columbia. Washing
ton, April 30, 1611. The attention of tax-payers
Is called to the tax levied for the year end
ing June 20,18)l.oii real and personal prop
erly. The second halt of such tar. where not
previously paid, will become due and payab'c on
the let day of May.-nnd It not paid before the
1st day of June ensuing shall thereupon bo In
arrears and delinquent and n penalty ot 2 per
centum upon the amount thereof shall be
ndcled nnd the tame, with other taxes due and
In arrears, shall be listed for advertisement
and sale In thn manner prescribed iy existing
law. Dy orf cr of the Commissioners ot the
District ot Columbia. Attcst-E. O. DAVIS,
Collector of Taxes, D. C.
503 1 street northwest,
Washington. V. C.
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1701 Q street northwest.
BSeT-FEET RELIEVED. DR. WHITE,
1416 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willard'8
Hotel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr.
White's establishment for relief from and avoid
ance ot corns, bnnlons, diseased nails and all
other foot troubles. Honrs, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m,
Bnndays, 9 to 12. Offlco fee II per visit for put
ting tho feet in good order. Established 1861.
J. WILLIAM LEK
(Successor to Henry Lee's SONS),
832 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
Kracrh Ofllcc, 498 Maryland ave. e. w
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIST
hauds and assistants on skirts and waists.
WaNTED-TWO WOMEN AS CATEIt-
YV crs; have use ot kitchen and laundry
room; must be first-class and i
;ood plilu cooks.
Apply ni once, not, r si.
can cook, wash and Iron and stay nlnlit.
Apply at 1202 K St. II. w.
WANTED-A FILE CLEIIK; $3 A flTEEK,
Address SMITH, Attorney, this ofllcc;
give experience, iiunllticatlous, etc
-A HOUSE AND CARUIAOE
Apply nt THE BELVEDERE,
WANTED-2 OR 3 RELIABLE CRAYON
portrait solicitors; can make $1 to fSa
day by working for mo. Apply mornings nt
mom 17, Central Building, 0th st. and l'-i, ave.
WANTED-RECRUITS FOR THE WASH
Ingtou Continentals (ludcpcndent); uni
form and equipment free; good men over 25
years. Apply at armory, cor. 1st nudCsts, n,
e , every Tuesday evening.
WANTED-A BRIGHT BOY WHO CAN
read well a couple of hours each day. J.
A. BECHTLERi 1131 Oth St.
WANTED-A COMPETENT COLORED
cook; good wages to the right party. Ap
ply at onco to E. V. STEPHENSON'S Anacos
tia Dining-rooms, Anacostia.
YV years of ago to make herself useful and
attend to children; must stay at night; good
homo to good girl. 025 E st, s. w,
i BOYS TO
010 La, ave.
-TlTANTED-HKLF-HHinnT MAN OF
Y j good address, a good talker who bus
hud some experience iu selling goods (drugs
preferred) to cull on retail trade and help nt
exhibit; $2 per dav to right oarty. Addross
MEDIC ALthls olllce.
S7-ANTED-THF. ADDRESSES OF SEV
eral young men familiar with the proso
on of pciislou and claim caics; object, em
ployment. Address J. 1. K., this olllce.
WANTED-A FEW ACTIVE LADIES OR
gentlemen: good pay to workers. D. (1,
EICirELBEIIGKR, lii-'I O st. n, w on .Monday
and Wednesday from 7 to (I o'clock p. in.
lirANTEH-A FIUST.CLASS MOULDER
YV In an Electrotype Foundry. Apply or
nddress FRANKLIN COMPANY, Wl Locust
WANTED-TWO GIRLS TO WASH
bottles. Apply 115 11 st. n. w.
-A YOUNO WHITE GIRL
Y) companion tu sick woman. Call
CORDEI.L, 1318 3d st. n. w. after 4 p. m.
ANTED-A WHITE GIRL ABOUT
YV years ot ago to make herself useful; must
bo able to stay ut night
va t. st, s. w
WANTED-HONKST YOUNO COLORED
couple to go North and work for a good
Pennsylvania farmer. Address D. C, 1202 1C
st. n. w.
WANTED - EXPERIENCED SALES
ladles at M. KOHNEK & BRO.'Sdry
goods store, 1132 7th st, u, w.
skirt hands; tleo two apprentices,
i ii n n. n. w.
-tlTANTED-A SETTLED WHITE GIRLTO
YY do bonscwork tu a family of three per
sons; must hare reference,
Call alter 3 p.m.
at I'Jl-J o et. u. w,
7ANTBIJ-1IV A OOJIPMtHNT WIIITK
ii. n euumiui nn nrEi-tiiiq uiimuun
An hv nt livi 1; i. n. w.
Wanted by a ltiwpKt'TAiu.r. ami
"tV Imelllcent llitht rolmetl ulrl, a ultuntloi
MrliAiii'iriinnlil mill unltrem or iip nnra ant
to do llirlil liotiFPwnrkt reliable nml minting:
mum go linmn nt ultfliln. I'leofo cull or rid
(Iron S. H. COOK, IMS M n. n. w.
WANTI'D-IIY A IllSSl'r.OI'Allt.i: OOII)
mnn, antiunion to ffn nwny from rlt j ;
Iliorouelily miilrrtiin 11
lied or rerrrciiriv
Apply In rcir uMIJH
w. W.J. JOHNS!
WANTED- IIY WIIITK MAN, SINl'I.B,
ngnl l.t, n ultuntlnn ns driver or to cure
fori or 3 liorfce. Ail'lrecx W. 1)., Alexandria
WAST!I)-IIY A YOUNO MAN. A
position In nn oilier; en no Hemlngtoii
type-writer or tnke charge at r net of book.
AiIiUcm 'I'. II , thin iiMrc.
Wanted- situation in" a I'ltivXif:
YV family nn lione-lielp or In n hotel n liell
boy, by 11 yoniiffpoloredmnii from Went India
I-lnmlm npcnUs HtmtiNh nnd Ensllnti fluently,
Addrcn JOSEPH II. DltlOJIT, tliln iifllee.
WANTKD-A (SITUATION as "watch
innni enn fnrnMi excellent reforencei.
AiltlrcM.1. U. CONIUIN. 113 0. t. w.
WANTEIl-HY A Jtl'QtSTEitKI) NIMISB,
n Munition to will nn Invnlhl or will t.'ikn
entire I'hnrpo of nn Infnnt; l yoarn' pxiierl
eiiifi no objection to Icnvlnjj tho city. Adilre
MrnN I,. DAY, thin ofllre.
WANTED-llY A YOUNO MAN WHO
write n food hand, a position In some
ofllcc. Ml Det. 11,0.
ani ej)1yThhT(iiit hoy. 1 1 yi:Tuh
of nge, who wrlten a kooi! hnud, a pojl
Hon In More or oflice; good reference?. Ad
lrcM A. C, this ofllce.
WaNTED-HYA SMAItT YOUNO MAN,
Yy n jilucc n clrhor or towork In a atom nnd
innke htmeclf neutrally useful. Apply at 1S.10
17ANTED-SITUAT10N AS CAIII'ET Ul'
VY holftcrcr or would do ratpot laying nt
prlvnto liottics; Job or day work. U. WEUl.iS,
WAN'il'D-llY YOUNO MAN, A S1TUA
tlonj willing to nrccpt nnyklnil of work;
canglio good city references; good penman.
Address or call 10W (1th st i, w.
a machine itoslron employment niter 2 p,
lent niter 2 p.
w. cor. Hi nnd
Aiinrcss iii'f.niuii.ii, u
Mass. nvc. n. c.
WANTED-HY YOUNO MAN, A J'OSI
Hon ns clerk In sonic ofllcc; best o refer
ences. Address 11., this office.
W ANTED-ItY A ltKD MAN, A 1'I.ACK
to do any kind of work. Apply sN13d
st. n. v.
ninid aud viiitics:
Mndlson st. n. w.
ION AS CHAMJ1KI".
city references, 1 110
WANTKD-A SITUATION AS NUKSK;
capable ot taking entire charge, of infnnt;
no objection to traveling. Address NUUSE,
'ANTED-DY A YOUNG MAN 01 SI,
of nnv kind: can rnrnleb refer
enccs. Addres A. II. C, this ofllce.
WANTED-I1Y A YOUNO MAN,"a Posi
tion ot any kind; can giro llm-class ref
erences. Address lOft" litli st. s. w.
TITANTED-UY EXl'KItlENCED LM)Y, A
situation to spot nnd mount photographs;
rcfcrcuco glrcn. Address K. M., irM 1th
st. n. c.
ANTED--A SITUATION IIY SKILLED
engineer; beBt reference. Address No. 1,
if ANTED-HY A ItnsrnCTABLE COL'D
Y woman, workout by tho ilnyor sawing
and washing to do nt home Call or address
1750 K st. n. w.
Y117'AN1'EDA PLACE AS
VV butler; can
ko best of reference. Call
at 17U8 mtli st.
WANTKD-I1Y YOUNO MAN, A PLACE
as driver of a grocery wagon or al market
store. Apply nt 18:10 E st. n. w.
-17ANTED - WHITK-WASIUNO TO
VV In all Its brauches;
orders by postal at
tended to promptly. Apply to CHAIILES
WRIGHT. 11)2 1 3d st. n. w. .
WANTED-A HOmE OF 5 oTt li KOOlli
at a rent uot exceeding $Ui per month.
Address WM. HOLLAND, S3 Myrtle et. n. c.
-TITANTED-IIY A LADY OF OULTTVA
YV tlou and refinement, the care ot a fur
nished house, who-!o owner will bo absent dur
ing the summer; special caro of premises; no
children. Address Mrs. 11. A. L this ofllce.
-A FEW TABLE BOARDEU8
Apply 1010 11th st. ii. w.
WANTED-AT ONCE-A SMALL ROOM,
with gas, to manufacture u small article;
no objection to hack room, must be cheap;
state price. L. II. W., SIS 14th St.
TIOB RENT-1813 I ST-DOUBLE PA It-
lore, furnished; summer, f-V.; winter, ?1U;
e fine rooms, furnished: nulet as tho coun-
try; caterers convenient. P. C. MKUUY.
J?OR RENT PART OF HOUSE TO SMALL
' family or otherwise; furnished or
unfurnished; convenient to nil parts nt
the city; near threo lines ot cars. 222 Sth
17-OH KENT NICELY FURNISHED
' rooms, with board, heat, gas, and bath;
terms very reasonable. ISOtI II st. n. w.
TJIOR RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED SEC-
ond-story front rooms; southern exposure;
bath; rent low; board If desired; private fam
ily. 2145 11 st. n. w.
l'OK JSKN'T lHHJSl-S.
51011th st. n. w 10 rs. and 2 large halls
and store '250 00
1228 it st. n. w., 15 rs 150 00
1417 Maes, avo., 14 rs 125 00
81(1 14th st. n. w.. 11 rs 125 00
310 E. Cap. St., 28 rs 125 00
1303 II et. li. w lit rs 100 00
1518 Conn, arc., 11 rs Ill 07
1312Conn. ave., lUrs 87 50
17115 1' et. ii. w 11 rs Si 83
1923 N st. n. w 10 rs 83 33
152IN. Y. ave. n. vv 12rs 73 00
HIIINcvv York ave. it. w12rs 75 00
1451 N st. n. w 10 rB 73 00
1102 flth st. u. w., 11 rs 75 00
1(140 H. have. n. w 11 rs 75 00
l.tl2 Corcoran st. n. w.. 11 rs 75 00
I'M Corcoran et. n. v 11 rs 75 00
018 New York ave. n.w 17 rs 75 00
lniOPet.u. w.,11 rs 75 00
3017Ost.n. w,.12rs 75 00
502 E St. 11. W., 13 rs 75 00
1402Chaplnet..llrs 60 00
1517 O st. n. w 11 rs 000
1430 Net. II. w.,11 rs 55 00
1114 14th et. n. w.,3rs flat 50 00
140-1 Stonehton st !l rs 60 00
1231 Nst. n. w..7rs 50 00
Mallet. n.w!lrs 45 00
12SI 12th St. 11. w., 8 rs 40 00
lOOtl 7th Bt. n. w sir. and dwg 35 (10
15S0 2!lth St. 11. w 7 r 35 00
17UI P st. n. w.. etr. aud warerooms 35 00
s01S5thst.il. w., (irs 25 00
125 1st st. n. w7rs 2) 0
213311st. n. w.. Urs 2100
7S017tlist. n. w llat, 4 rs 20 00
328 1st M. s. w.,rB 13 00
2103 7th St. n. w store and 5 rs 15 00
The above nouses can be examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER CO.,
1321 F st n. w.
lTII.ECTfilO LIGHTS AND
li automatic electric motor.
alurms aud "iis-ljghllng at cut piiccs, J..M.
PATTERSON, J 11., .V CO., 401 7th St. II. w.
very Important letters ot Henry Clay
written tu 1841 mid 1MB Auarcss w.s. c,
1TANTED - LIVE. 1
men. boys or alrls.TVi.dld profits.
Interference with regular employ intuits.
Send stninn for nnrllculars. Address AM Kill
A REFINED ANI) EDUCATED YOUNG
gentleman desires the acquaintance or a
pretty and vivacious young "lady not over 20;
object, pleasuio and fun; references furnished
as to chunicter. Address JAMES, Oils olllce.
) live, ai
iWNKRS OF REAL ESTATE NEAR PA.
and Mtli st, cnblo Hues wanting earth
renuestei to nddress CON t'UAUl'UK,
cor. 14th and C sts. n. w.
"VTOW IS THE TIME. WK WILL PAY
JjS "big money" for gents' Hrst-cNiss second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUBTH'S OLD STAND, 019 D St. n. w.
1V6 R SALE -E L EC P R 1 0
l'$2.50. .1. M. PATTERSON, Jit
"tint. u. w.
X CO., 101
EDDY ELECTRIC MOTOR
I: and fans, J. M
PATTERSON, J It., .to CO..
401 7th st. n. vv.
system of medical works, In Kood condl-
Hon, with other medical works.
van auu ex
amine ai iiuo n. x. ave. u, vv,
COMMISSTONHIl OF DKKDS.
BUNDY. COM'H OF DEEDS KOIt ALL
State- and TerrltorU, iiH Li. aie., opp.
1'JUOI'OHAI.K FOII U!()KI:DHAII1
Office of the Ilecrultliig Jtoiiilcaniit. I'
Ailny, No. 410 Tenth ntwl ntni test, W'ii
lliglor, II. ('.April 30, I'M -ir lied in.c.vi
ls, III trlpllrnlr, nuhjpit lo li ui-n.il rondi
tlotis.wlll bo received at On ll ;e until il
o'clock noon JUNE 2, lslll. aid lb n o.icn-I,
for furnishing conkrd rn'lor. m tit- rn nil'mg
party nnd ri'rmlln nt thin irndi- iiisd'ut i.
tlio fiscal year ending Juno w, l-iu. Tn- -sulistmitlaltiii-aln
dally and a dn prupor'l m
of notp and candlen constitute a r itlon. h
Oorurnincnt leservcs the right to reiecl am "t
all prnponnin. Proposals for lomplele r.1' Inm
to be fninlsherl at places objection ibl" f.n i'
ctullnwljl not be tonsldored. Full lnMiin.i
tlou will br furnished tin application lo "m
ofllp. Kmelopcn containing proimils in be
marked 'l'roponls for l.'ooknl Nations. ' ml
addressed lol'aiililln C M. IIUHIIANK. T.nHi
Inrniitr.v. ltrprultlng Officer. innM.2'1
1-JKOPOSALS l'OII I CIS. --W.VU DEl'MtT
. inent, Supply Dhlnlon, April 92. 1'U
r-rnled proposals.. In duplicate, will be rei"lv 1
at tills ofllre until 12 o'clock noon FltlDAY.
MAY 22. IKlll. for suiiljlng thin Departm-ni
and Its biuciiiir with icn ilurluy the li-.il yc i
Muling June :Ki, 18112. The Ice mtia- bo of i
btst itinllty, solid, clear and fr?ft fr-'in sim-.v or
oilier lmpurltle, and must be delivered at :'io
fcvrrnl bureaus i-nd ofllces of thn War llnpit
meut In Washington and weighed upoi Hie
Department scales. Dally deliver ps,'X"pt
lng Sundajs and recognized holidays, will b
required. The ipinntlty required I- otlmitc
at lOO.WO pounds, more or lens. A bond, w 111
approved security, will lie required lurmnof
award. 'I ho Government reserve tlio right to
reject any and all bids nnd to waive defects,
Bids must bo Inclosed In sealed et.veloji" In
(limed on thr. outside -Proposals for Ir-. ' and
addressed to the undersigned. M. It. THOHP.
He -0y Division, War Department.
PIloi'OSALH Poll THE PlUtCllASB OF
Waste Poncr War Department, Supply Di
vision, April 22, lMil. healed propo'iiK III
duplicate, will lie rcielvcd at this ofllce until
12 o'clork noon FRIDAY, MAY 22, lMll.riir
the purchase of the waste piper nf this Depart
mcut, Its ufllccs and bureaus Incited In tho
Stale, War and Navy Department Building,
tor the fiscal year ending June 30, ls-ll, ThH
paper In bo removo'l by the contractor promptly
when notified. Tho Department reserves tho
ilnbt to rolcctanvor all prnnosals and to vv.il vo
defects. l'roponls must bo made on Depart
incut forms, marked ."Proposals for Wnsto
Paper," and addressed lo tbo undersigned. M,
II. TllOlll', Supply Division, War Depart
"I-JllOI'OSALSI'OH WASHING TOWEL
Wnr Department, Sunply Division, April
2.1, lb'.tl. Scaled proposals, In dupllcue, will
bo lecelved nt this olflcc until 12 o'clock noon
SA'l URDAY, MAY 23. 1831, for washing towel
for the use of the Wnr Department and Its
buienus during the ileevl tear ending June 3-1,
IMI2. Proposals should state the price per
doxcii. Blank forms of proposals nnd Infor
mation will bo furnished on application to this
ofllce. 'J lto Government riservcs the right to
reje-1 any and all bids. Bids must be inclosed
In sealed envelopes Indorsed on the outsl lo
"Proposals for Washing Towcl," nnd arl
dresfd to the undersigned. M. II. THOHP,
Supply Division, War Department.
PIIOPOSALS FOH. MISCELLANEOUS SM'
pllce. Wnr Department, Washington, D.
(.'., April 17, ls'.il. Scaled proposals, In dupli
cate, will he received ul this ofllce uutll 1
o'clock ii. in. MONDAY, JUNE 1, IStll, for fur
nishing "Miscellaneous Supplies," consisting
of Blooms, Brushes, fuaps, Tovvuls, etr., etc ,
for the War Hcpaitnunt and its Bure.tiis tu
Washington, during tho fiscal ynir ending
June ::tl, 18!i2. Blank forms ot moposaKshow
lug tho Items utid estimated quantities to
qtiucd, together Willi Instructions, to bidders,
will be fumlsbcu on application to this omci.
Bids will be consideicd on cadi Item sepa
rately. Proposals mutt bo indorsed on tho
outside of the envelope, "Proposals forMlsrel-lai-eous
Supplies." and addressed to M It.
Til Old', supply Division, Wnr Department.
PROPOSALS FOH BLANK POSTALNO TES
and Money Order Drafts. Postolllco De
partment, Washington, D. C, Aiirll 15, 1M)I -sealed
piopossls will bo received at this De
partment until 12 o'clock m. on THUKSD IY,
THE 31ST DAY OF MAY, 1S!H, for funds ilng
all tho "Blank Postal Notes" and '-.Money
Order Drafts," which tho Department may
order during a period of four ycnis commenc
ing on tlio Ifith duy of August, lslll. The
Chief of the Bureau of Engraving nnd Print
Ing of tho Treasury Department Is required by
the provisions of I no second section ot the act,
of March 3, 1S93, to submit estimates for tills
work In competition with bidders thcrctoi
Blank forms of bids, with full specifications, n
sample Postal Note and a sample Money
Order Draft, will bo furnished npon application
to the Superintendent ot the Money Order
Sjst'in. Fostofllce Department. Wssnington,
D. C. The right lo relcct any bid or estimate
Is reserved. S. A. WHITFIELD, Acting l'ost-mastcr-Ocuernl.
nHOPOSALS WILL HE RECEIVED AT
1 the Olllce of Superintendent ot the Stale,
Sv ar and Navy Department Building. mult i p.
in. on THURSDAY, MAY 7, for altering two
elevators from steam engine hoist to hydr-inllc
lift, using such purls ot the present elevators
ns can bo made available. The right to rejpet
any or all bids nnd to wilvn defects Is re
served. Specifications mav be obtained nt
the undersigned. TIIOM. WILLIAMSON,
Chief Engineer U. S. N , Superintendent.
rilREASURY DEPARTMENT, .APRIL 22,
X. 1W1 Sealed prop-sals will bo rccelvd nt
the ofllce of the Supervising Architect, Trcas
urv Department, Washington, II. C, until i
o'cloik p. m. on the 8TII DAY OF MAY. 1KJ1.
for all the labor and mntcrlals required lo fix
In place complete tho low-pressure, steam
heating and inechnnicnl ventilating apparatus
for the Draughting Room Iu the south court ot
the U. S. 'Ireasury Department Building at
Washington, I). C In accordance with draw
ings nnd specification, copies of which may bo
had on application nt this olllce. Each bid must
be accompanied by a certified check for flOl.
Tho Department will reject all bids received
after the time herein stated for opcn'ug the
same; also bids which do not comply strictly
with all requirements ot this Invitation. Propo
sal must be Inclosed iu an envelope, scaled nnd
marked "Proposal for n Low-Pressure, Steam
Heating and Mechanical Ventilating Appa
ratus for the Draughting Room In the U.S.
Treasury Department Building at Washing
ton, D. O," and addressed to W. J. ED
BROOKE, Supervising Architect.
LOST ANI) I'OJJNI).
LOST-APRIL 2!1SMALL BLACKAND
tan dog female; tan dots over eyes, t.iu
paws and chest, long care; answers to Peggy.
Reward if ictiiriicd to 1907 G st. n. w.
FOK RAI.K AND HUNT.
I"EAL ESTATE BULLETIN
'I IIOMAS E. WAGOAMAN, 317 F strrct.
Changes made cdneedavs and Saturdays.
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES
1253 to 125!) Fstb. h.. (i ri, and 53fi loCIO
13th St., b. h.,tirs, all $13,'KI0
1020 4th St., b, h.. 5rs ?,l
33 Myrtle St., b. h , 7 rs S.sXI
74, 711,84 and Ft! Myrtle St., b. h 7rs 1,1V)
toil to 215 I St., b. h,I rs l.-Ol
127 to Ml Sd nt., b. h., lirs 1.4HI
'.24 11th St., f. h., Irs l.H'J
MB to 030 Md. ave.,1). h.. 4 rs tl8,fKI
450 to 4(12 OX rt.. f. h.. 4 rs If ,000
1114 and llliillth St., b. h. 7rs audi f.
b.. In rear I!,0(X)
351) 131 st li. li., m. I.,8rs 5,003
N. e. cor. 7th and Dsts., f. h., rs .00'J
312 nnd 311 Met., L h., Irs 2,'JO.l
12-.7 to 1231 Md. ave , b. h.. li rs ',m
40t nnd 4m; s. Cap. st., f. li., rs, each. . . . l,so,i
4 18 1 St., b. h., ft rs l,si)i)
2IOst., f. b.. ft rs 1,500
102SS. Caidtolst., b. h.. ft rs 1,301)
UOii illley, bet. O and II, Dili and 10th sts
Alley I S, and (Mb, II and I sts t. h I rs. .m
(113-1517 Burke's alley, f. h., I rs.cach... W
Rear 331 K St., f. h.,4 rs MO
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
G St., bet, N. Cap. and 1st sts and two
brick houses on rear of lot. For all., ft.iilK)
A St.. bet. 14th and 15th sts. s. c.
l'.lthst., bet. E. Cap. and A sts.s. e...
N. e. cor. 20th and I sts
K st bet. llithaud 17th sts
lit list., bet. It. I. nvo. and P st. n. w.
O st, bet 15th nnd 1Mb
Pa. ave. bet. nth and 71 h sis. s. o
t-lli st., bet. K. Cap. and A sts. n. ...
S. w. cor. 3d nnd I. sis. u. e
. ... 511
HOUSES FOR RENT.
.... $VI no
10211 r.ih t. ii. w.,11 rs
022 list, p. w. 8 rs
1121 Florida ave. n. w H ra 35 00
449 Floi Ida ave, Lo I)i oil Park, 7 is 20 5(1
5 K t H. w, Ills 25 IKI
inni4 st. s. w 12 rs 25 tm
2025 ll st. n. w 11 rs 15 (III
487Washln(Elou st. li. w . Irs I) 3d
",v and -,27 Bali's Court ll. w., 4 is 12 li(l
U2(i a. ave. s c.Srs 5 00
STORK-i, OFFICES, ETC.
Hall 2d floor It012ttist.il. w $10 (HI
4i Lu. ave., 1st floor. 2 front rs HI oil
Strand dug UUili st s w, Urs SO U)
4U La ave. lib floor, Irs 23 III)
Storeroom 1511 M si. n. w 15 0(1
430 7ib si. n. w ,3d floor front rs 15 iu
Ssorel28Ft. . vv 12 00
Stable loar 21850 t. u. w 10(11
t toreroom 5114 It st u. w 7 5(1
shop rear 1020 O t n w 5 ()
In sunn to salt at 0 per cent.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds. Six per cent., payable
quarterly. In earn- of (1,000, Small premium
Tbo above Is only a portion ot the property
on my boohs. For full list call at office for
bulletin Issued on the 1st and 15th.
T. B. WAGOAMAN.
aButt iTjiaiiiiarivinifi'iAiMTrii :