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THE CRITIC-RECORD, WASHINGTON, D. C, TIITTRSDAY EVENING, MAY 3J, 1 891.
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KNTK HTA1 NM1.NT3.
ALnAVfin' Carleton Opera Company In
"Slyuheer Jon." Evenings at 8:13. 3latlneo
1 New National "Slilloh." Evening nt 8.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
, llAimtn "I rluli Luck." Evenings nt 8.
iMntlntcs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
Keiinan's Ham T. Jack's Creoles. Kvenlngs
nt e. Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, OtonE Ht. llelma's Specialty Company.
Kvenlngs at 8. Matinees 31ondny, Wednes
day, Friday and Saturday.
UxrrnsioNs To Marshall Hall, the steamer
Charles Slncnlestor, dally nt 10a. m. ami 3 p. in.
lUsEHALt-Association gnuio, -1:30 p. .m.
Amateur same at Y. M. 0. A. grounds, 1: 15 p. in.
Aiademy or Music Concert ats p, in.
IN AND A110UT TOWN.
A great day for Korty-Nlncrs.
'Hie sluul senson is at Its hcigjitli.
Tlio Columbia Cycle Club luw nrrnugcil
n scries of rims for this mid next month.
' Seven bicyclists were arrested last night
, j for not displaying n light on their ma-
j shines. One of them was a lady.
. A suit four 'J1 18.51 1ms been instituted
vby William U. Moses against tlio District
rut Columbia. He claims iio sold the Dis
trict a bill of goods in 1SS9, which lias
never been paid.
AVilllam Jloorehcad, a painter, fell tills
'afternoon on the curbing nt 1'lftccntU and
!) streets northwest, badly cutting ills
'"icad. His injuries were dressed and ho
twns taken to his homo on Twcnty-llrst
I A slight lire nt 1.00 Ward l'laco this
'morning caused n loss of ?0. The homo
ias occupied by John Howninn and
ruck 1! promptly responded. Children
laying with matches is said to liave
ccn the cause of tlio lire.
William Free of 807 I street was nr
I sated last night by Olllcer Dolnn and
1 jeked up at the Twelfth street station as
i dangerous lunatic. Tlio arrest was
made nt the. request of Mars Cassidy, tlio
brother-in-law of the man.
' Tlio Washington Jockey ami Columbia
"Cycle Clubs have arranged for a sorics of
1 trotting and bicyclo races at llenning's on
May ISO. Entries for the bicycle races
, will close May 22. Tlio bicyclo races will
start at 1;30 p. m. and will bo followed
immediately by the trotting races. Special
trains will uo run at convenient hours.
Last night the children of Luther l'laco
Memorial Church gave a Levee of Liliput.
The church was handsomely decorated
with (lacs and (lowers. Scenes from
Mother (loose, songs and recitations wcro
effectively rendered. Tlio proceeds of the
icntertninment will be tised in extending
the work of tlio mission, at Ninth street
and Maryland avenue.
The Brighton 1'ark Mutual Home and
Investment Company organized last night
with the following officers: T. M. Bald
win, of Laurel, Mil., president; George
IV. JSvaiu, secretary, and F. A. Stior,
treasurer. Board of directors: W. Kesloy
Shoef, Edward Graves, James 13, Wauch,
J. M. Baldwin, J. H. Flanagan, and F. II.
Smith, of Maryland, and J. S. Sworm
stedt, A. Burgdorf, B. F. Leighton, J. G.
i Hester, and Thomas It. Brooks.
The Bov. Dr. O'Gorman, professor of
'ecclesiastical history at the Catholic Uni
versity of America, delivered his second
'lecture on "Joan of Arc' at the university
yesterday afternoon. In the courso of his
lecture he gave an interesting account of
(the raising of the sicgo of Orleans, tho
reformation of the French army under
Jicr leadership, her many heroic a:ts and
final triumph. On noxt Wcdncsdav after
noon Dr. O'Gorman will deliver tfio final
lecture of the course. "The Martyr of
"Slilloh" at tho National.
' The success of this beautiful play In
creases nightly, and it is certoinly well
deserved, possessing as it does so much of
dramatic element. All plays which tell
a ttory affectingly, appealing to human
nature, make tho strongest impression
upon the auditor, and when joined to
grand scenic display as "Shiloh" is, must
necessarily draw largo crowds of people.
This week closes its performance at tlio
New National Theatre, but we have uo
doubt it could run much longer.
Chance of Ulll at Kcrnan'a.
Among tho new features that will be
introduced at Kernan'a Theatre to-night
arc fresh pictures of tropical luxurianco
; and Oriental splendor, in which the Creole
belles and Kgyptaln beauties will appear
in the most lavishing, exquisite and novel
costumes. Besides an endless variety of
new songs, a number of new sensational
lances will be introduced, adding to the
;ulrcady charming entertainment an irre
sistible charm. The Creole and Egyptian
dances, possess a degree of superiority
aver other terpslchorean artists that is
due perhaps to captivating abandon, com
bined with native grace aud astonishing
skill. Nimble, unerring in executions,
the Creolo or Egyptian whirls around
dreamily, but swiftly, imparting to every
movement a thrill of delightful enthu
siasm that steals over nnd enchants tho
Southern Championship to
Contested for To-morrow.
The Southern championship tenuis
tournament will begin to-morrow and
eontinue for four or flvo days at the
Bachelor Club's courts, corner of Seven
teenth and P streets northwest. Many of
the best known players of tho country will
take part in tho tournament, and among
ho features of tho programme is a game
o oo pivei Between uampoeii, cnampion
01 -'11HCU -SIIUC3,
and Wriebt. chaiu
"I sie south.
istrict of Colnmbla tournament
j iso bo played and an opportunity
4 to contest Charles 0. McCawloy,
, he present holder of tho championship
At the High School tennis tournament
Yesterday afternoon the winners were
Messrs. Cooke, Gregg, Armcs, Rittcr, Hills
md ICastman. This tournament Will be
continued until Saturday.
Took a Header.
Mr. II. V. Rltder, of Eighth street ex
tended, met with a painful but not serious
accident this morning while riding an up
right bicyle down tlio hill. Tho machine
was going at a high rato of speed and
when Mr. Ritdcr applied the brake tho
machine suddenly stopped, throwing its
rider head foremost to the ground. Tlio
force of tho blow knocked tho young man
nenscless. He was taken to his home
where Dr. Shaneor rendered professional
Our boys' long pants suits for $1 aro
beauties: better iiualities proportionately
i low, Eiseman Bros,, Scvonth ond E.
I A Now Trial Ordered.
Jt jo Cox In tho Circuit Court tills
morning, granted a motion for n now trial
I n tho case of Lawrence Boggs ct al.,
' .gainst .Win, F. Downey. Last week
( ,rtfter a trial of three weeks, tho jury re
I turned n verdict of 500 in favor of the
plantiffs, although tho damages asked for.
Uwcro placed at $23,000. Tho motion was
granted at tlio instance of botli parties, as
1 neither of them wero satisfied with tho
Tho following marriage licenses wore
Issued to-days James C. Stevenson and
Annie E. Coleman, John AV. Curlls and
Agnes Clrllllth, Joseph K. Birko and
Frances Ball, Thomas Heath and Sarah
'J'inslcy, Edward Johnson and Ida Stew
art. Anacostia; William Thomas Posesy
and Mary Jane Datcher, St. Charles
County, Mil.; Aloxandcr H. Hiltss and
Fnnnlu 1), Stownoll, Washington, 1). C,
m per gallon, fl per quart, 60c, a piut.
In tho Circuit Court.
The caso of Donohoo vs. Tlio Washing
ton and Georgetown . Hallway Company
for $10,000 had to bo continued in tho
Circuit Court this morning on account of
the sjekness of J,uror Potts.
Tharp, 818 F street northwest.
HOW KKM.Y'S SIKN
Wretched Fielding (lives the Cincinnati
Team nn Overwhelming Victory
Tito Locnl Men llndly Demoralized
What the Oilier Clubs Hnvo Done
The biggest crowd, except the ono which
witnessed the opening game, of tho sea
son thronged National l'ark yesterday
nftcrnoon tosco tho home team take a
gnmc from Kelly's Cincinnati team, They
were disappointed, for the local men gavo
an exhibition that was positively disgrace
ful. Thero can bo no excuso for such
playing, and when managerial incapacity
contributed to the demoralization of tho
team, as was so plainly evident, It was n
foregone conclusion that his men wcro
destined to an overwhelming defeat.
Miller was put In to pilch, and tlio first
two men who faced him gave easy oppor
tunities for outs, but Hatllcld and Loh
man mado tho rankest kind of errors. It
was horrlblo support, and tho Jcrsiy
twirlcr lost his head. The noxt man went
to his base on balls, and Canavan made n
triple, clearing the bases. A couplo of
passed halls, n base on balls, aud a single
sent in another run, and then Manager
Snyder concluded it was time to take
Miller out, and did so, substituting Maco.
Krrors were as plentiful as hits, however,
niul when tho inning ended -Cincinnati
had seven tallies, liases on balls, two
errors, and threo hits gave them four mora
in the second, and Mncc gavo wav to Hat
Held, who, for the remainder of tho game,
Crane, under tho circumstances, proved
well nigh invincible, and was Given al
m rst perfect support.
When tlio slaughter ended the score was
17 to 2, and by innings It.is as follows:
Washington.. 1 0 0 10 0 0 0 02
Cincinnati ....7 10 10 0 0 1 117
ICarilcd runs Washington. 1: Cincin
nati, 2. Two-base lilt Carney. Three
base hit Canavan. Stolen bases Keller
(2), Camcv (2), Hatfield, Canavan anil
Hurley. Double plays Canavan, Kelly
and Carney; Canavan and Carney. First
base on balls Washington, -1; Cincinnati,
7. Struck out By Hatfield, 3; tiy Crane,
2. I'assed. balls McGuirc, 2. Time Two
hours. lTnipIrc Jones.
Otlior Uniiiex Yesterday.
At Host on Boston, 10; Columbus, 8.
At Baltimore St. Louis, 2; Baltimore, 0.
At Philadelphia Athletic, 18; Louis
At Chicago Chicago, 2: Boston, I.
At Clovoland Cleveland, fi; rhiiadel
phia, 0 (11 innings).
At Pittsburg Pittsburg, (5; New York, 1.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 1; Brooklyn,
Cincinnati at Washington.
Columbus at Boston.
St. Louis at Baltimore.
Louisville at Philadelphia.
Boston nt Chicago.
Philadelphia at Cleveland.
New York at Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at Cincinnati.
What the Clubs Hare Done.
Boston lit s
St. Louis,.. 17 1:1
Louisville... 15 Hi
Cincinnati. ,13 18
Washington 7 13
W. I r.o.
New York., it !
Pittsburg... Jl !
Clevolnnd... It 10
Cincinnati., 1 15
linliln.l the Hat.
Manager Snyder not only demoralized
tho team, but made the worst possible
move he could, when he took Miller out
of the box.
Do not blame tho pitcher. That only
two runs we're earned by the visitors
shows where tho blame belongs.
Four errors and two passed balls, with
only one hit, ore hardly sufficient, Man
ager Snyder, to justify a change of
Crane outdid himself yesterday. Tho
long lead his club had was sullfeient to
e.ncouragc the veriest amateur to pitch
President krawcr has written to Presi
dent Von der Ahe that everything looks
favorable for a decision in the J'eilly case
in their favor. If the decision goes that
way. President Von dcr Ahe will light for
Pitcher King, as it is a similar case, and
uv lunula jiu uuu will 11.
The League had lots of changes yester
day. Boston tied Chicago for ilrst place,
Philadelphia aud Brooklyn were tied for
third, and New York and rutsbnrg for
fifth. Thero wero several bad dumps.
Cleveland has dropped to soventh place.
Foreman and McCulre will be in the
"Kel" was so glad to win yesterday
that he amused tlio spectators in'ghlv by
Tho strong University of Pennsylvania
nine is being sadly weakened. Yesterday
tho Louisvitles signed big Jerry Darragh,
their first baseman, and on noxt Monday
Watts, the left-llclder. leaves the team to
play in die Western League. Watts and
Darragh aro big men, weighing over 180
pounds, and standing over six feet. They
are fair fielders and hitters.
Every man on tho team yesterday mado
an error except limes and McGuire. It
was a horrible exhibition of fielding.
Pitcher Frank Foreman, who lias just
signed with the Washington Clnb, paid a
visit to his former home in Woodberry,
yesterday. In the afternoon says tho
Baltimore Hun ho donned one of the
old gray uniforms in which he did such
successful work for the Orioles in 18S9,
and practiced in Vnion Park. Ho says
ho is in fine condition, and is anxious
to get a chance in Washington. "I am
glad of my change," ho said, "because
Washington is so near Baltimore, and I
can sometimes visit my relatives in the
playing season. I have not been allowed
to pitch a single camo in Cincinnati this
year, although 1 have played in tlio out
Held several times. The trouble with tho
club is that it lias two factious which aro
working against each other, and it was for
that reason that I was released. Tho team
is playing very poorly, and no ono need
be surprised because It is at the tall end of
the League. Latham is captaining tho
club excellently and is in great form this
season. I do not propose to surrender my
rights under the threo years' contract 1
signed will) ex-President Stern, and I can
compel its enforcement If I desire." Fore
man expects to report to-day in Washing
ton, with whoso club ho signed at the rec
ommendation of the St. Louis olllcers.
He was delayed on his trip cast by a rail
road accident at Newark, Ohio. Fore
man's old catcher, Quinn, who was paired
of the Svrocuso Club.
Secretary Munson of tho Browns, who
os President Von der Aho's representative
has taken on aclivo part in tlio affairs of
tho Cincinnati Club, has received advices
tliut Sunday games will be played hereaf
ter regularly in that city, Petitions to
counteract Mayor Mosby's stand against
the games have received 10,000 signatures,
and Mr. Munson believes that many more
can bo obtained, if necessary. "Tho
theatres are open in Cincinnati on Sun
day," he said, ''and the people, if allowed
access to such amusement resorts, want to
have baseball also. They object to unfair
discrimination, and If a popular vote wero
taken on tho subject, they would dccldo
in favor of Sunday Tjanies by a great ma
jority. Hereafter the players will bo ar
rested and lined small sums after every
game, but the exhibition will not bo in
terrupted." President Von der Alio expressed hltn
scf severely about tlio umpiring of Mat
thews after tlio game yesterday. Ho com
plained, according to the Baltimore Hun,
especiallv about tho decision on Fuller's
hit In the third inning, aud at once telo
graphed to President Kramer of tho
American Association as followt,: St,
Louis formally protests to-day's game.
Matthews decided unfairly against St.
Louis. By a decision, not allowing a fair
hit ball, good for a home run, Matthews
robbed St! Louis of two runs. Captain
Comlskcy notified him that under tho un
fair decision he would protest the gamo,
nnd only played it out on those grounds."
Mr. Von dcr Alio said; "It was a pood
came of ball and my men would have
hnd n hard tlmo to win without having to
play ngalnst tho umpire. Matthews is
against St. Louis for reasons best known
to himself, and 1 was told beforo 1 came
hero that 1 would bo robbed. Ho isn't lit
to bo an umpire, and I was against his
appointment in tho first placu. I just
want to teach him n lesson. Maybo our
protest won't go. but Matthews will surely
receive instructions .that ho must lni
piovo In his work. I don't caro so much
about losllig a game, but I don't llko to bo
' i. 'i
Hudson Tent, No. 17, Junior Order of
Becliabites, held its regular meeting Mon
day evening, with forty-lhreo members
present, and two initiations took plaoi.
Under "good of tlio order," P. (3 O. It.
Loveless of Vnion Tent. Brother Clark of
Thompson Tent, and Brother Qitackcn-
'bush of Cammack Tent mado some In
teresting remarks. Although tins tent
has only been organized eight weeks, Its
membership is growing so rapidly that
the trustees aro looking around font hall
large enough for drilling purposes.
Anacostia Tent met in Masonic Hull
Tuesday evening, with a largo number of
members present. This tent is doing good
work, ami sinco its uniting with Salem
Tent they aro now the largest tent in
membership in existence. The junior
tent Is also growing, nnd has tho names
of the majority of tho boys of our pros
perous suburb enrolled on its book of
Junior Ordor Mechanics.
This order is growing with great rapidity
in this section of the country, and some
of tho most prominent citizens of tho uni
verse aro active members. Mr. A. V.
Shunk is ono of tho hardest workers in
the order, and will address tlio audience
at the reception and social to bo given
next Tuesday at Washington Hall.
Knights of Honor.
The regular meeting of Mount Vernon
Lodge, knights of Honor, was held Tues
day evening in Odd Fellows' Hall, Klghth
street southeast, with Matthew Jarboo in
the chair. Quite u largo number of visit
ors from other lodges were present, among
whom were D. J. Kvans, grand director;
J. William Palmer, dictator of Potomac
Lodge; ICdmond Cotterill and W. P. Allen,
past grand directors, and others.
Considerable discussion occurred re
lating to representation of tlio order at
the Congress of Fraternal Societies. A
committee was appointed to unite with
committees from oilier lodges to consider
the subject of u bamjuct, excursion or
entertainment in the interest of thconlcr.
The storo buildin
SchafTcrt is erecting for Mr. Charles Dixon
on I'our-and-a-hhlt street, opposite the
branch postofllco, is nearly completed.
Miss Lillie Trice, daughter of the Hcv.
Dr. Job A. Price, pastor of Ryland M. E.
Church, was married yesterday at that
church to Mr. Oscar T. Towner. Dr.
Price performed the ceremony. The
ushers were Mr. Springer, Mr. Hough,
Mr. Whcelock and Mr. Plummer. Mr.
Towner is the son of Mr. Thomas B.
Towner, with whom lie is associated in
the dry goods business on Seventh street,
between N nnd O streets northwest. He
is a prominent member of Hamline M.
E. Church of which his father was one of
tliefonndcrs, and is deservedly popular be
cause of his sterling qualities of mind and
The young men of South Washington
seem to have almost lost the spirit of tlio
days when this section produced sonio of
the best amateur baseball clubs that ever
played in Washington. Ouo reason for
tliis is the fact that tho former grounds
arc now occupied by rows of houses. The
Arsenal grounds, however, may bo used,
and on tho Hats there are level stretches,
which might easily be put in excelleut
Mr. McKenney of Ford's, at the corner
of Eleventh and Water streets, has added
another rarity to his collection. It is a
Hying fish about a foot long and is at
tracting a great deal of attention.
The statement made that the Junior
Order of United American Mechanics,
Mount Vernon Council, would hold their
ladies' reception in Washington Hall last
night was an erroneous one. The social
will take place next Tuesday, and an en
joyable evening is promised, as good
talent has been secured, among them
being Messrs. Frank and George Dcpro,
the well-known comedians. Those
quarterly receptions have been largely
attended, -and the monthly stag parties
never failed to bring out the members
and their friends. This reception will be
the lost of this season, and the first of
next season will be held in September or
The M street southeast street railway
has discontinued the running of their cars
to the wharves for a short timeuntii some
much needed improvements can be made.
Sergeant Bob Montgomery of the First
Precinct Police is confined to his residence
on Fifth street southeast, with serious ill
ness, but It is'hoped and expected that he
will recover. During hisillncssthegenial
OHicer Moore fulfils the duties of the ser
The A. and P. R. R. havo purchased
somo new cars aud while taking them
from the flat cars on Virginia avenue an
amusing accident happened. There were
threo of these palaces of the rail, and two
of them wcro safely gotten to tho ground,
but when the third W'as being moved the
horses gavo a sudden jerk and the horse
car was pulled in half.
Judge Fernald lias so greatly improved
that he was able to walk around the
Walter Fisher can bo seen at anytime
silling at his window ticking off messages
for tlio Western Union Telegraph Com
pany which has made an otllco of his
Mr. Henry Webusch has entirely re
covered from his attack of tho grip.
Mr. Joseph King of Gray it Son is ill
Willi a complication of diseases.
Masonic Hall contained a fair-sized au
dience last night, In which could bo seen
all tho belles and the beaux of the town,
together with tho over-watch ful mama
who was bent on seeing that their daugh
ters who occupied places on the stage
were not flirted with by the youngsters on
the front row.
Tho occasion was tho much-tolked off
entertainment given by the Anacostia
Chapter of the Epworth League and tho
programme was excellent and its merit
duo to tlio efforts of Professor II, E, Mes
scr, who has been training the singers for
some time. The entertainment is said to
havo been tho best over given in this
Our Superior I'ltcllltle
enable us to turn out tho very best work
manship and most perfect fit In our cus
tom department, and our stock of im
ported and domestic fabrics havo no equal
as to variety and completeness. Eiseman
Bros., Seventh aud E.
Mury Anderson's Two I'iissIoik,
From the Court Journal.
"Mary Anderson," os wo all still love to
call her but with entire respect has two
great attractions in life; she is passionately
devoted to her husband, and sho is full of
religious fervor. Many Aories aro told uf
"Mary Anderson's" Catholic zeal; how.
for instance, sho would scrub out a chapul
by way of penanco. But sho is more re
ligious thnu ever, and when she was at
Bournemouth her houso was pervaded by
l.ovo III the Iloapltill.
From tht I'MlfuUlpMn ftm.
The funniest feature of hospital life, the
nurses say, lies in tlio fact that about 75
per cent, of young unmarried men whom
they tako rare of fall hi love witli them.
When a nurse pulls n young fellow
through a sicgo of serious illnoes he seems
to feel in duty bound to propose marriage
to the nursoj
No better whisky in the market than
Berkeley, at Thorp's. 818 F street northwest.
OFFENDERS FACE THE BAR OF JUS
TICE AND RENDER ACCOUNT.
The Record of a Busy Day In tho Local
Tribunals Presided Over by Judges
Miller and Klnilinll (Inttk Work In
Disposing of Many Small Cnses.
You've been hero fifty times, haven't
you, Kll?" asked Judgo Miller of Mil
Tolsou when he camo into tlio dock this
No, sir; I ain't been hero for ft long
"Don't tell n falsehood," said tlio Court.
"I know you, and I know that the story
you aro telling mo is not true."
Tolson was charged with tho larceny of
ten buckets from the store of John Tiffany
I nlSII l)n1nn'n.Afllnnilii t Tn nr, , ..Int., 3t
to the police, and late last night 0 Ulcer
Melton saw Tolson going up Maryland
avenue with tho buckets.
"Anion asked mo if I wanted to make
n fiinrtcr" said Tolson, "and I said I
would, Ho wanted mo to carry the buck
ets down on Sixth street and 1 was doing
so when 1 itm Officer Melton."
"What did you run for?"
"Well I didn't know what tho cop
wanted with me and so I thought I had
"Well you will go to jail for tlio next
threo months," said tho Court.
Two 1'iilrs) of lilnck Kyes.
William Doylo and Chad Irving, two
old pensioners, both had blnckcncd and
swelled eyes when they came Into tho l'o
lice Court this morning. They had had
a battle, but it was not in any way a de
cisive one, ond when the opposing sides
withdrew from tlio Hold both were very
much tho worse for wear. Doylo was
charged with assault and lie pleaded not
cuiltv to tho choree
"Iliad good reason to lilt him, your
Honor," ho said: "he wasn't nt all civil
to me and I struck him aud knocked him
down. Then he hit me, and you see how
I look now."
"You are fined $10," said tho Court.
A Mitring Diamond.
Herbert "Woodson, tho 13-ycar-old mes
senger boy, who is charged with tlio lar
ceny of a diamond stud valued at SVJH,
was in court to-day. Tlio diamond is al
leged to have been stolen from Professor
Gcorgo II. Lillcbridgo, tho well-known
tenor. Ho claimed that tlio boy Wood
son, who is an employe of his, had stolen
the diamond and secreted it in a rat hole.
Now Mr. Lillcbridgo wants his diamond,
but to get it he will have to tear up tlio
floor, lie will have to get tho landlord's
permission to do this and this the land
lord will not agree to. This morning
Woodson waived an examination in tlio
Police Court beforo Judco Miller and was
sent on to the grand jury in $300 bonds.
A Number of Small Case.
Thero wero nearly forty cases before
Judgo Kimball this morning and by noon
he had disposed of thein. W. D. Wright,
Harry lliglnnan, William Payne, Howard
Mills, and William Jackson were lined So
each for riding bicycles during the even
ing without displaying n light.
Washington Sanford, a policeman, was
lined $10 for using profane language, but
the sentence was afterwards suspended.
Mighty Honest was fined $5 for being
disorderly as wero also Rose Craic and
Rebecca Johnson, two dusky damsels
who were out having what they called a
good time last night.
Darward Lester plead guilty to fast
driving on Long Bridge and was fined $5.
For carrying concealed weapons Robert
Johnson demanded a jury trial. There
were a number of other petty cases.
Chnrgea Against un Oillcer.
Washington Sanford a well known
policeman of the Fourth precinct was
lined $10 by Judgo Kimball for profanity.
He will probably be charged in thoPolico
Court to-morrow with assault on James
Watson, a negro.
Sanford struck the negro last night nnd
knocked him down. Then, it is alleged,
that he kicked him a number of times
and when Special Officer Richard Ander
son attempted to interfere he cursed him.
Anderson had him arrested. After fining
tho officer Judge Kimball suspended
Conl n Surrenders Himself.
John R. Collin came into the Detective
Office last night and gave himself up. Ho
is wanted hero for the forgery of a check
for S20 on Darius Baldwin, the South
Washington grocer. The name of J. W.
Morris, the patent attornoy, was signed to
the check, on which it is alleged he got ft
lot of groceries and money.
Mr. Coflln has been in Now York for
two weeks and he told Detective Mat
tiugly that as soon as he heard of tho
charge against him ho started back to
Washington to answer it. He did not
have the money to pay his faro ond ho
sold his clothing to buy a ticket. Collin
was locked up in the First Precinct Station
to await an investigation of the charge.
He is in very poor health and o physician
from the Emergency Hosnital is attend
ing him. "
Tho MeCIclIanrt Trlnl.
Today was the fourth day of the Mc
Clelland manslaughter trial in the Crim
inal Court and considerable of the morn
ing session was taken up with tho cross
examination of tho defendant by District
Attorney Cole. Tlio witness told of on
assault that Benton committed upon him
in Cohen's saloon on Virginia avenue,
and thai tho proprietor had to pui, Ben
ton out and keep his place closed up for
two hours in order to avoid a disturbance
Benton also assaulted him at tho corner
of Seventh and D streets south west shortly
beforo this and declared his intention of
doing him up.
McClelland testified that ho was not
owore neither did ho supposo that Benton
was jealous of his (McClelland's) atten
tions to his wife. He admitted that he
had met her quite frequently beforo tho
shooting and several times after he had
been admitted to bail, but he thought ho
had a right to as she was living apart from
McClelland stated in direct testimony
that he had never pulled a revolver on
any ono in his life, but acknowledged to
having had somo trouble with n man at
Fanny Blair's that did not amount to
William C. Drury, the commission
merchant, was called to testify as to tho
characterof Benton, but District Attorney
Colo objected to its admissibility. Mr.
Smith argued that it was proper to show
that Benton was a dangerous person, but
Judge Bradley sustained tlio objection,
John II. Mugg swore lie was present In
a restaurant on Seventh street, when
Benton was beating his wife, Ho aud
McClelland separated them and Benton
accused McClelland of hitting him In tlio
head with a catsup bottlo aud threatened
that he would get oven with him.
Nathan Cohen testified as to tho threats
made by Benton toward McClelland in his
saloon on Virginia avenue. Ho used vilo
names, and said lie would get satisfaction
if it cost him his life.
Tliero 'was recently exhibited in Dublin
a new burner for lighthouse use, possess
ing twice the illuminating; power of the
largest burners now employed. It is cal
culated Unit this now burner, in connec
tion witli a specially doviscd system of
lenses, will transmit a light equal to
about eight millions of candles, which far
exceeds tho most powerful light at present
At n prayer meeting ono brother prayod
that tlio Lord would "carry tho lambs In
his bosom and lead t hem on to greater vic
tories." Another that "tlio wheels of the
Gospel chariot should go to tho hearts of
sinners," Still another asked tho Lord to
bo ''a father to the fatherless nnd a widow
to tho widowless."
At a ministerial conference tho pre
siding olllcer announced that F.liler II.
would, at tho afternoon session, read a
paper on "Tho Devil," and added: "l'loaso
bo prompt in attondnnco, for ltrothor II.
has n carefully preparod paper and is full
of his subject."
llcmemher tho hoys' short pants and
sulta we advertise from 2 up, Eiseman
Uroo., Seventh nnd K.
Both llio method nnd results when
Syrup of? Figs is taken ; it is pleasant
aud refreshing to tho tnsto, and nets
Mntlyyetproraptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys
tem clTcctually, dispels colds, head
aches nnd fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation. - Syrup of Figs is tho
only roinedy of its kind over pro
duced, pleasing .to tho tasto antl ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial m its
effects, prepared only from tho most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
to all nnd havo mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50c
nnd $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro
euro it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SA'l FRANCISCO, CAL.
intllSUIHF. AT. HE W YORK, . K.
IIAltllY On Wednesday, XIny 13, 1KH, nt
I'.CO i. m., Ann, daughter of the late Jiuiica
1). nml Juliana Unrry.
CllOOKETT In Oakland. Cnl JtnyH, 1801,
Caroline ft., widow of the late Justice J. II.
KITTHON-On Wednesday, JIny IS.diiy 11.,
beloved con of K. 11. nndM. il. Klttron, ntt
1'1'1'ley, ngcrt 3 years nnd 2 months.
YVK AHE NOW LOCATED IN OUU
1-215 F AND 131 1 0 STltEETS,
W1IEHE WE SHAM. BE 1'I.EASEI) TO SEE
ALL OUIt FltlENDS AND UUSTOJ1EU3.
31. W. UEVEIMDGE,
OFFICE OF THE COLLECTOR OF
q'axes. District of Columbia. Washing
ton, April 30, 1631. Tho attention of tnx-pay-cra
Is called to the tax levied for the yenr end
ing Jure 30, 1891, on rc-I and pcrsonil prop
erty, q'he second half ot such tax, where not
previously pald.wlll become duo and payable on
the 1st dnv of Jlny, nnd if not nnld beforo the
let dny of Juno ensuing ehnll thereupon ho In
arrears and delinquent nnd n penalty of 2 per
centum upon the amount thereof shall be
added nnd the sninc, with other tnxes duo and
In nrrenrs, shnll ho listed for advertisement
and enle In tho manner prescribed oy existing
law. Ilyorc"cr of tho Commissioners of tho
District of Columbia. Attcst-E. O. DAVIS,
Collector of Taxes, D. O.
'FKET HELIEVED. DH, WIIITB,
1410 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Wlllard'8
Hotel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr.
White's establishment tor relict from and avoid
ance ot corns, bunions, diseased nails and all
other toot tronblcs. Hoars, 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.
Sundays, 9 to 12. Otllco fee $1 per visit for put
ting the feet In good order. Established 1861,
Kgp"J. WILLIAM. LEE
(Successor to nenry Leo's SONS),
832 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
Hranch Office, 493 Maryland avc. s. w
605 D street northwest,
Washington, V. O.
Webster Law Ilalldlng.
Residence, 1701 0 street northwest.
61011th st. n. w., 10 ra. and 2 largo halls
nudetorc t2V 00
Columbia road, 13 rs. nnd stable 250 00
lS.SMst.u. w 15 rs 150 00
13.H N. Y. avo. n. w., 12 ra 123 00
1417 JIass. are., 14 r 123 00
81011th et. n. w 11 rs 123 00
310 E. Cap. St., 28 r 125 00
01713th st. u.w!lrs 100 00
1808 II et. n. w 12 r 100 00
1518 Conn, nve., 11 rs 91 07
1312 Conn, avc, 10 rs 87 50
18 Iowa Clrclo n. v 11 rs 81 33
1705 P st. n. w 11 re m
010 New York avc. u. w., 12 rs., 75 00
1451 N st. n. w., 10 rs 75 00
1102 Jith st. n. w., 11 rs 75 L0
1702 Corcoran st. n. w.,11 rs 75 00
1704 Corcoran st. n. w., 11 rs 75 00
018 New York avc. n. w 17 1 s 75 00
3017Ost.n. W..12rs 75 00
602 Ett.n. w.,13rs 75 00
1310 Q st. u, w 11 rs Ill 00
1711 De Sales st. n. w., 0 rs 00 00
1402 Chapln St., 11 rs 60 00
1517 O st. u. w 11 rs Hi 00
25(014th8t.n. w.,tlrs 00 00
SOW Hllhrcr Place n. w.,9rs 65 00
1430 N St. 11. w 0 rs 55 00
1114 14th st. u. w.,8 rs.. flat 60 00
1404 Stongbton St., 9 rs M-00
1231 N st. n. w7r 50 00
N)21lst. U. WUrs 45 00
1701 M St. n. w., 1 rs 43 00
1407StouglitoiiBt. n. w Ors 41 07
1407 Chauln bt. n. w.. Il rs 40 00
123!) 12th St. n. W 8 rs 40 00
l'.ioo 7th . n. w str. and dwg 35 00
1530 2!t st. n. w., 7 rs ai 00
17)10 Pit, n. w.. etr, and warcrooms 85 00
30th and 31 lis., II. .- O,, lint, 7 is -'50 00
M125thM. n. W., Or 23 00
MWN. H.avc. n. w.,0rs 20 00
213 1st st. s. w7r 20 00
ISM II St. n, w., 0 rs 20 00
720 run it. n. w., flat, i rs 211 00
228 1st tt. s. vv., Ors 15 00
9l037thit.il. w., store nndSrs 13 00
101 GOth st. 11. w 0 rs II 00
Tho ahovo nouses can be examined by per
mit from our olllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER CO.,
1324 V st n. W.
17LECTRIO LIGHTS ANI) FANS, EDDY
J!i automatic electric motor, bells, burglar
alarms nnd gns lighting at cut prices.
PATTERSON, Jn A; CO., 101 1th St. 11.
AUTOG HAPI1IO HUNTERS-TWO
very Important ettcrs of llenry ctny
written In 1811 and 1818. Address W. S. F
OWNERS OF REAL ESTATE NEAR PA.
f nc. and lltU st, cable lines wanting earth
tilling nro requested to address CONTRACTOR,
cor. 14Ui and C ts. n. vr.
VTOW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
JLI "big money" tor gents' first-class sec
ond-hand clnthlncr. Address or
sJUSTU'S OU) STAND. 610 D St. n. w,
1011 KALE- OOOD DRAFT IIOKSil FOR
wnt'on: kind and irentle. will -Ire fair trial
and II not satisfactory will refund money; this
is n nargnin. auu-i si. n. w.
TMHI ! SALK-BLHOTIUO UELL OUTFIT,
I' J2.60. J. M. PATTERSON, Jit., -J CO., 41)1
Itli tt. u, W.
IOR SALE-EDDY KLEOTRIO JIOTOK
! nnd fane. J, 31. PATTERSON, J 11., & CO.,
401 71b tt. n. w.
I7IOH HALK-DR. l'EPPER'S COMPI.BTH
! system ot medical works, iu good condl-
tlon, with other medical woika
Call and ex.
amine at nuo a. x. uve. n, w,
WANTED-I10V TO t'AltllV NIJW YOHK
route Iroin 11 to Ho'elorkilnlly. AddrcM,
puiilnc rxlierlr nco nml wnr iccelred nnil ex
petted. llAXtMB olllrc.
YOUNG HAN TO TI5S1)
nmut have exnerlenco nml coml ret
erriue i vngfn MT per month nml hoard. Art
drcrs with full particular llAUKKBl'KK, UiH
TO WOUKi (INK IN
TV inmuy; tin
fnmllr; flay nt nldiU. Onll nt once.
rANTKU -A I'l.AIN COOK ANI) ASSI
with washing nml Ironing; rofercncu
(mired, luntilro m ITi I Conn. nve.
1TANTKB-000I) Cltltfj KOIl OKN'UltAI.
yV liounework In family nt 2; mint r lay nt
iilBlili'. Apply with reference nt 11 C Bt. n. o.
W ANTBD-WHITK UOOK, ANI) TO AS
Blft with wnlilni reference required.
Apply nt 1.110 Slow. nve. n. w.
WANTUD-SAl.KS-hAMKS IN A BUY
nnd fnnry good More; reference. Ad
tlrcn MK1IU1IANT. tliln onlce.
WANTKD-TWO OIIII.S TO l.HAUN
(Irc.sinnkliiK; nono lint those knowing
liow to tew need apply to ill I Dili nt. . e.
YV know h
ANTKD-A (1001) SHVIIII: .MUST
how to tuck nml runic. Addrcxs II,
AN, nut x (I.H. w.
of L'ood nddrcM. coml. lluent talker, to
work In olllro ami do outeldo work. Addroe;
FLUENT, this ofllcc.
W" ANTED-AT ONCE -A COI.OIIED
uomantocoln tho rountry 11 nillei to
and Iron. Addrets COOK, this
AT ONOK-A YOUNO CO II)
bov to co In country: ono who under-
etnndp enrc of horecs. Address COUNTRY,
ANTBD-AT ONOE-WIHTK WOMAN
(Irish or t ntholle, nreferred), cood cook;
AUtlrcgi) CATHOLIC, 11119
hnndn nnd nssletauts on skirts nnd waltts.
103!) 17th Ft.
WANTED-TWO' WOMEN AS CATEIt
ere; hnvo iiko of kitchen nnd laundry
room; must be llrit-clns nnd ijood jilaln cook.
Ayi'ly nt once, 171X1 V fl.
VV can cook, wnBh nnd Iron and etny nl
Apply nt vim i ft. n. w.
-A FILECLEUK; f.lA WEEK.
SMITH. Attorney, this olUcc:
VV Address SMITH. Attorney, this
Kite experience, (rnnllflcatlong, etc.
-A HOUSE ANI) OAltltlAOE
Apply nt THE llEI.VEDEIlB.
WANTED-2 OU 3 ItELIAlILE OKA YON
portrait Mlleltorej enn mnko $1 to f3n
day by working for mo. Apply morning at
room 17, Central Iliilldluc, ftlh st. nnd 1'a. nve.
-VirANTED-UY AWII1TEOIUL, S1TUA
W Hon ne cook and to do light housework;
bet-tor references. Apply 30JU M st George
town. WANTED-A POSITION AS TYPE
writer copyist, by a young lady owning
Hcnilngtou mnchlne; ctn furnish references.
Address 3llssM. II., this onlce.
WANTED-A TIIOItOUOHLY COMl'E
tent pension clerk desires n situation.
Address C. A.M., this ofllcc.
ANTKD-A PLACE AS HOUSE-HELP
or ns bell bov In n hotel. Address W.
AIIKEIt, 118 31st. S. w.
WANTED-IIY A FIltST-CLASS COOK
(whtto woman) place to work, sea-shore or
nny country residence; would take charge nt
laundry; best reference. Please nddrcss COOK,
WANTED-11Y A WHITE WOMAN. A
place to work In house. Address 4Sti K
st. n. w.
WANTED-IIY A ItELIAlILE COLORED
woninn, washing to do nt home, day's
work nnd plain sewing. Call or address 1750 K
St. ii. w.
1 -TANTED HY A RESPECTABLE WHITE
VV woman with one child, a situation In a
Call or address 152 Rldgc st.
"ITlTANTED-ltY 2 COMPETENT WOMEN,
VV places In laundry or kitchen; also by n
white girl, n place as chambcrinuld, city or
country. Address 400 K st, n, w. .
ANTED-DY A RESPECTA11LE COL'D
boy, n plnce to make himself useful after
school hours. Apply at 2133 lOHikjijv.
ANTED-S1TUATION IN A PRIVATE
family ns house-help or In a hotel ns bell
boy, by a young colored innn from West India
Islands; speaks Spanish and English fluently.
Address JOSEPH II. DRIGHT, tills otllrc.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS WAT Oil
man; can fnrnlsb excellent references.
Address J. U. CONKLIN, 4130 St. s.w.
TT7-ANTED-IIY A YOUNG 3IAN. A
VV position in nn olllec; can uso Remington
type-writer or tuke charge ot a set ot books.
Address T, B this ofllcc.
T7-ANTED-1JYA REGISTERED NURSE,
W 1 situation to wait on Invnlld or will tnko
entire chnrge of an Infant; 20 years' experi
ence; no objection to leaving the city. Address
3lrs. N. L. DAY, this ofllce.
WANTED-UY A YOUNO 3IAN WHO
writes a good hand, a position in somo
ofllcc. 821 D st. n. e.
WANTED-IIY A llltia IIT HOY, 14 YEARS
ot nge, who writes n good hnnd, n post
tlon In store or ofllce; good references. Ad
dress A. C, this ofllce.
ANTED-DYA SMART YOUNG 31 AN.
n idace as driver or to work In n store nnd
mnke himself generally useful. Apply at 18-10
copyist or addressing envelopes to All out
spare time; accuracy guaranteed. Address
EXPERIENCED llOOKKEEPER, this ofllce.
WANTED-DY A YOUNG 3IAN OF 13,
white, a situation as driver of a delivery
wagon of some
kind. Address M. D. F., 315
Otli st. s. c.
PLACE IN A STORE AS
VV porter or to
work on a rami. Address
SANDY GRAY, this ofllce.
ANTED-HY A CO.Ml'ETENT WHITE
rhl. a situation as lust-class cuamuer-
mald. Apply at 021 E et. 11. w.
VV lntclllL-ent llL'lit colored L'lrl. a situation
ns chambermaid nud waitress or as nurse and
to do light housework; reliable nudnbltglii";
must go home nt nlghtB. Please call or ad
dress S. S. COOK, 1522 3d It. n. W.
ANTED-SITUATION AS CARPET UP-
VV holstcrcr or would do carpet laying at
private houses; Job or day work. D, WELLES,
515 GUI st. n.w.
W ANTED-HY YOUNG MAN, A SITUA
tlou; willing to accept any kind ot work;
can give good city references; good penman,
Address or call 1002 Cth St. s, w.
XTtTANTED-A TYPEWRITER OWNING
VY a mnchlne desires employment after 2 p.
m. Address TYPEWRITER, u. w. cor. 2d and
3las. nvo. n. e.
yANTKI) MI SO KTMNIJOUS.
".T7-ANTED - WHITE-WASHING TO
VV lii nil Its branches: orders bv notn! at
tended to promptly. Apply to CHARLES
WlHGHT,W2l3d st.ji. w.
YYTANTED-A HOUSE OF 5 OR i) ROOMS
V at a rent not exceeding $10 per mouth.
Address WM, HOLLAND, 33lyrtlo st. u. c.
TiTANTED-HY A LADY OF Cl'LTlVA
W tlon and refinement, tho enro uf a fur
nished house, whoso owner will bo absent dur
ing the summer; speclnl caro ot premises; no
children. Address Mrs. II. A. L this olllce,
WANTED-A FEW TAHLE "HOARDERS
at onceApply UilO l'iyj.it.ji.3.
W" ANTED-AT ONCE-A SMALL ROOM,
with gns, to uiuniifiicture a small article;
no objection to back room, must be cheap;
state price. L, 11. W 818 1 Ith st.
VOJMIKNT ItOOMH. ..
T710K RENT-PLEASANT ROOMS. WELL
1 furnished, with good hoard, nt summer
-MI'S. A, V. lA.Ml'lH'.l.l,,
1121 10th St. 11. W.
"TUMI 11KNT-1813 V ST-DOUULK PAR
L1 lors. furnished; summer, jt'B; winter, $10;
large line rooms, furnished; quiet ns tho coun
try; caterersouiytmlenu P. O. 31KRRY,
IOR RENT-PART OF HOUSE TO SMALL
' family or otherwise; furnished or
unfurnished; convenient to all parts of
tho city; near threu lines ot cars. 222 8th
st. n. w.
lllOlt RENT - NICELY FURNISHED
1 looms, with board, heat, gas, and bath;
terms very reasonable. ISOO II st. 11. w.
-17OH RENT-TWO UNFURNISHED SEC
U ond-story front rooms; southern exposuic;
bath; rent low; board If dcslied; prlvato fam
1?6r"rVnT -STORE Vvi) FIXTUHIM.
J1 completo for retail if',ccles, meats and
piovlslous; nu exccntlon'.flly good location.
.123031 st. 11. w.
' 8.1IUNDY. COM'R OF MEEDS FOR ALL
states and Territories, 168 La. Me., opp.
ljf N'LH: SALE" OF V)i,l) MATEItlAI. A?
X IheNnvyYnrd, Washington, I). C.-Nivv
liepnttment, Wnriilnatnn, 1). C . April 25, 111
In nrrordanri' with tho iiroTlnloiiK of the ec
iind ffc Hon of the ndof ('onres. tipiiroveil
AiiRiii't 8, 12, Slntnteii nt tar-Re, Vol. M, pe
2!kj. nnd Hie "Act making appropriation for
tl.e Nnvnl fcrvlro for the nrnl year ending
ilimo in, 1WH," nml for oilier purpoc, np-
iiroved June hi), 1WO, there will be fold nt the
H'nvy-Ynrri, Wnrliiliittoii, I). O..MAY 4, 1N1I,
rertnln mnterlnl heiotiKlnir to the Niur, con
demned nn unlit for ono therein, eontdsllntr of n
quantity of elcel turnlnjr, r-orliuM nml other
i-uiiill srrnp, amounting to nlioiit lis, 7m
lioiiml'. 'I ho inle ulll be for ciinli. to the
litljhef t bidder tier ton, by scaled iiropovil for
the piirch.iro of the mnterlnl. The proposals
tnuslhe mailo In diiullcAlr, Inrlmed In nn en
velope Indorsed "l'mposnlnfnr thn purchase of
old mnterlnl ntlho Nnvy Ynrd, WnsliuiKtoii, 1).
l'., to be opened Mny Sx, 18UI,'' nnd mint reach
tho tlllee of tho l'nymnMcr of Hie Ynrd not
later thnn 12 o'clock noon on the nbote date,
when bids will bo publicly opened. A deposit
of super cent, of the alueot llivrDOtmnnds nt
tho price bid must accompany enrh bid as se
curity for the payment of the balance and the
remiiMil of the material within ten days from
date of acceptance of hid. This depolt will
be forfeited to tho Fulled State In event of
falluro lo pav such balance nnd mnko rcinuVnl
within the timo stated. DepollH iiccomnnny
lng bids not nccepted will bp returned. These
deposits will be ninde lth the l'ivmler of
the Ynrd. The mnterlnl will he sold ns It lies
nml uiiisl he remOTcd without expense lo the
(lovcrnment. The right to reject any or nil
bids Is reserved. .1. It, SOI.EY, Acting Soere
tnry of the Nnvy, mat,7,ll,l I
TXTEEKS & CO., Auctioneers.
TUFSTEI'S HALE OF UNlMI'ltOVEI)
HEAL ESTATE IN IIAltllY FAH.M, 1). C,
ON SlMNEIt AVENfE.
lly vlrlue of iideed of trust recorded on the
7th dav of Mny, 1WH, In ono of the land records
of the District of Columbia, nnd nt the request
of the pnrty secured thereby, 1 will offer for
snip, In front of the premises, on FHIDAY.
the 23d day of MAY, lWll.nt ft o'clock p. in., the
following-described real estnte, situate In the
County of Wnshlngton, District of Columhln. to
-wit: All thnlrertnin iilcrror parcel of land and
jiremUcs known ns lot No. 1 , In section No. S
it the subdivision of the llnrry Farm, ns made
iiyjno irusiccs inerenr nun a piai wnereoi is
on tile In tho Snrve)or's onlce of tlio District
Terms: '1 he amount of said Indebtedness
will he duo In rash, ami tin surplus In equal
Instalments of one andtwoyenis, wlthlnterpst
nn the deferred payments nt tho rate or II per
cent, per annum, secured by deed of trust on
the premises sold, or nil enli, nt the pur
chaser's option. A deposit of f 100 required nt
lime of salo. Tcrnn to be compiled with In
live days, otherwise tlio trustee re-prves the
right to resell at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser after live days' ndvertise
lucnt. All conveyancing, recording, etc., at
Wllnrps-OEOHUE II. AltMSTKONO.
-VTAVY DEPARTMENT, I1UREAU OF
J 3Iedlclne nnd Snrgery, Washington, D.
C, April 28, 1801.- Sealed proposnls. Indorsed
"Proposals for Supplies to Naval Hospital,"
Washington, will lie received nt tho Ilureati ot
Sledlclnc nnd Surgery, Nnvy Department,
Washington, until TUESDAY, JIAY20, 18:11,
at 11 a. 111,, when they will bo publicly opened,
ror unuy supply 01 provision, groceries, .c.,
to the Nnvnl Hospital, Washington, for tho
fiscal yenr ending Juno 30, ISU. Schedules ot
the articles, with Information as to the specifi
cations, delivery, conditions, forms of otter
nml probablo quantity required, can bo on
tallied on implication to the 31cdlcal Olllcer In
charge of Hospital. No proposal will be con
sidered unless there Is satisfactory evidence
that the bidder Is n regular dealer In the nrtl
cles ho prof oscs to supply. The rlrjht Is re
served to reject nuy or nil bids. JOHN 311 LLS
11ROWNE, Chief of Ilureail, mal,7,ll,l I
PROPOSALS FOR ANNUAL SUPPLIES
for the U. S. 3Iarlno Corp. Head
quarters V. S. 3larlno Corps, Washington, D.
C. Jlny 2, 1HI1. Scaled proposals. In duplicate,
will be received at this ofllce until 12 o'clock 111.
of the 1st DAY nr JUNE next, for tiirnlslilin;
rations, nnd until 12 o'clock 111. ot the 1st DAY
of JUNE next for furnishing fuel, nnd until 12
o'clock m. ot tho 1st DAY ot JUNE next,
for furnishing fornge to the U. S. Murine
Corps nt one or moro ot the following
stations from the 1st ot July, 18!li,
to the With June, 1802, viz: Portsmouth,
N. ll Clinrlestown. 31ass., Urooklvn, N, Y
Philadelphia and League Island, Pa., Annap
olis, Md., Washington, 1). C, Norfolk, Va., nnd
31arc Inland, Cnl. Scaled proposnls will nlu
be received at this ofllcc until 12 o'clock 111.
of the 2d DAYot JUNE next for furnishing sup
plies, consisting ot cloth", kersey?, flannels,
nlankets, helmets, military stores, brooms,
iirusiirs, iJ.c.,10 tic delivered ni tue omcc 01 me
Assistant (Jiiartermnstcr, Philadelphia, Pa.
Seolcd proponls will also be received nt this
olllco until 12 o'clock 111. of tho 3d DAYot
JUNE next for furnishing stntlonery, to bo
delivered nt tho ofllce of the Assistant (Juarter
mnstcr, Washington, D. C, All supplies to be
delivered nt tho plnccs named free of expenses
to the United States. Specification, blank
forms of proposals nnd nil Information can be
obtained upon application nt nuy ot tho sta
tions named above, or nt the olllrc ot the
Quartermaster, Washington, 1). C, nud Assist
ant Quartermaster's olllec, 210 South Second
street, Philadelphia, Pa. This olllce re
serves me rigni 10 rcjeci uny nun nu
bids, nnd to waive defects; nnd bids
from manufacturers of. or regular dealers In,
supplies only will bo considered. Proposals
may hemndo for one or more article, deliver
able at one or more stations, and will be con
sidered eepnratcly for ench nrticle nnd jdace ot
delivery. Thoy should bo endorsed "Pro
po'iils for Rations', Fuel, Fornge, Supplies or
.stationery," as tho ease may he and addressed
to MAJOR 11. B. I.OWRY, Quartermaster, U.
S. 31arinc Corps, Washington, 1). C.
PROPOSALS FOR IRON WORK.-OF-Ilceof
Untitling for Library of Congress,
Ko. 145 Eust Capitol street, nshlugtou, D.
C, MnyO, IHll. Separate ecaled proponls will
bo received nt this olllco until 2 p. 111 on
TUESDAY, THE 20TH OF MAY, 1S!!I, and
opened Immediately thereafter. In presunco
ot bidders, for rurnl'liing and delivering at
the site of the llulldlng for Library ot Con
gress, in this city, the following Iron work,
Class 1 Plate girders for second-story floor.
Class 2 Rolled Iron beams for second-story
Class 3 Wrought and cat iron work, etc.,
ot boiler 100111, skylight, lodge roots aud
Speculations, general Instructions nnd
conditions and blank forms of proposal maybe
obtained on nppllcntlon to this olllce, HER
NARD 11. GREEN, Superintendent nnd
Engineer. myll.l 1,1 3,1 5,23,23
FOK SAt.15 ANPBKNT.
T5EAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
THOMAS E. WAGGAMAN, 817 F street.
Changes mado cducsdaya and Saturdays.
2-STORY BRICK ANI) FRAME HOUSES
607 and 600 Va. avc. and 000 5th St. and 2
nnlmproTcd lots f 1,500
210 to 222 13th st. and Kentucky nve. bet.
U and S. Carolina ave., f. h 4,000
321, 823 and fffiW D St.. f. h.,0 rs, each.... .1.000
302 th s t., h. h 0 rs 3,000
OOU-illl 1 st.. f. h., 6 rs 2,500
Alley, bet. 0th and 7th, G nud E, b. h
005 10th st, f h. 5rs 1.500
313 10th st., f. h firs 1,500
1315, 1317 nnd 13l!t K St., f. h 5 rs. each. . 1,200
414 K St., f. b., B rs 1,000
CIO to (580 Md. are., b. b., 4 rs $18,000
450 to 402 OJi St., f. ll 4 rs 13,000
1114 and 1110 Uth St., b. h. 7 rs., and 1 f.
h In rear 0,000
230 IVi St., b. h., m. I.,8rs 5.000
N. e. cor. 7th and lists., f. h.. II rs 5.000
312 and 311 31 St., r. b.,4 rs 2,000
1227tol231 Mil. avc. b. h 0 is 2,1100
401 aud 400 S. Cup. st., f . h., 0 rs, each .... l,su)
4181 st., b. 11., 5 rs 1,800
1121 U it.. Mi.. 5 rs 1,500
UNllU'ROYED PROPERTY FOK SALE.
.... 3 00
N. e. cor. 0tli and I sts
K St., bet. 10th and 17th st
Lit., brt. 15th and 10th
10th st. bet. T and U
15th st.. bet. It. 1. nvo. nud P st. n. w.
O st. bet 1Mb nud llith 2
21st st. bet. N and 0 2 00
10th St., bet. 31 and N sts 1 75
Florida aye. and N. Cup. st 1 75
lloundary st. bet. N, Cap. and 1st sts 1 75
HOUSES FOR RENT,
1020 Klli si. n. w 11 rs ifWXM
213 Cst. 11. w.,11 rs 47 50
022()st. 11. w.,8 rs 37 60
1421 Florldaavc.n. w.,8 rs 36 00
440 Florida nve., Lo Droit Park, 7 rs 20 50
2121 K'. II, w., 7rs .'HOD
1211 illst st. n. w.. 0 rs 2000
.HKI P st. ti. w., 0 rs 20 00
487 Washington st. 11. w 4 is 11 30
420 lt st. s. w.,li rs 12 30
STORES, OFFICES. ETC.
408 La. nve., 1st floor. 2 trout rs 30 00
Strand dwg 010 G st s w, Ors...
. , ,11 ou
.. 13 00
.. 15 00
. 15 00
.. 12 00
. . 10 00
. 8 00
. 7 50
u i.u. nve., ox nn, i noor
Storeroom 1541 31 st. 11. w
480 7th st. 11. w.,3d floor front rs..
Hnllll.l0 4 st. s.w
stable reur 21-5 O st. 11. w
storeroom 381 Kst. 11. e
Storeroom 604 list. 11. w
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. H. bonds. Six per cent., payable
quarterly. In tolas ot $1,000. Small premium
The above Is only a portion of thq property
on my books. For full list call at ofllce tor
bulletin Issued on the 1st and 15th.
T. K, WAGOA-IAH.
I .IIOI'OSAI.S FOIt
1 terlnl. Ac. for the Wishln.tnn Navy-Yard.
- Mny 8. 1MU.- Scaled proposals. Indorsed
"Proposals for Itallr'ad Jinterlnl, ve , for tho
Washington Hnx Ynrd, lo be opened Jane 2,
lMil," will be lec.ilved nt the linroau of Pro
slons nnd Clothing, Nary Dcpnrtinent, Wash
ington, D. C, until 12 o'clock noon, JUNI! 2,
islii.nnd nihility opened Immediately there
nfter, lo furnish at the Washington Nnvy-Ynrd
n quantity of railroad material, consisting ot
snitch timber, cross-tics, steel mils, frogs,
spikes, Ac; nlso 1 1.IHtO feet white pine, II1)
boxrsiooflng Hn, 1.000 tons clmrconl plgi-m;
nlso a quantity of pig tin, pig lend, rnrtiig
felt, A-c, The nrltolrs must conform to Mm
Navy standard nnd pass the usual nnvnl Inspec
tion. Blank proposals will be furnished noon
application to the Commandant of tho Nnry
Ynrd, the, Nnvy Pay Ofllce, New York or to thn
llnrrnu. 'J lie ntlpmlon or manufacturers nml
nml dealers Jslniltcd. Tie bid, all other things
being equal, decided by tot. 'Hie Department
lescrves the right to waive defects or to rcloit
nny or nit bids not deemed ndvmtngeous to i hn
Government. KIIWI S STEWART, Paymaster
General F. S Nnvy. miill,lH,'U.2i
"IJHOPOHALS FOIt FURNISHING ORVN
JL He I'nvlng lllocks.' Ollleeof tho Commix
sinners. I). ('., Washington, D.C.Mny II. 1H0I
Senleri proposals will be received nt this olllro
until 12 o'clock in. on MONDAY, JUNE i.lrTU,
for luriil-hlng grnnlts paving blocks. Illniik
forms ot proposals nml epeclllcattoiiH can bo
obtained nt this ofllce upon nppllcnllou there
for, together with nil necessary Information
nnd bids on these forms only will be considered.
1 ho right Is reserved to reject any ond nil bids
or pnrts of bids. J W. DOUOLMW, J, W.
IH8. WM. T. ROSSELL, nctlng, Commls
slonris, 1). C.
TJHOFOSALS FOR D1IED(1ING.-U. S.
Jl Engineer Olllec, mil Eighteenth slroet
northwest, Washington. D. C.. May 7, Mil. -Scnlrrt
proponls, In triplicate, tor dredging III
the Potomac lllvcr and Its Eastern llrnnch, nt
Washington, 1). ('., will be received At tills)
olllce until Win. on W-'DNESJIAY, MAY 27,
1MU. 'I lie attention of bidders Is Invited '.'
the nets ot Congress npp'oved February 20,
W,, ni.d February 21. lhK7, vol. 23. !. .'HI, nml
vol. 21, p. 111. Ktntutes-nt-Lnrge. For sped il
catlons. forms of hid and oilier Information
npply nt Ibis olllec. PETER C. HAINS, Lloil-tcnaut-l'olonel
DEPOT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFIOK,
Wn-hlngloir, I). C, Mny 10, 18 J. Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, subject to usunl condi
tions, will bo received hcie until II o'clock n.
in., MONDAY, JUNE 15, 111, and then opened,
for furi'lshlug during tho fiscal yenr com
muielng July 1, 1M01, snclt fuel, forage, straw,
bran nnd mineral nil a- mny be required, All
Information required will lie fiirulshod on ap
plication to this ofllce. Envelopes, cont lining
iirojiosals should no ma'ked "Proposals for
fuel, foroge. !U , or OU" (as may be) and nd
dressed to G. it. DANDY, Deputy (Juartcr-mnsler-Geucnn,
It. s, A.
1:HOI')ALS FOR REPAIRS AT 1IELLE
. vilo Jlngaxlue, on the Polomnc River
llurenti ot Ordnance, Nnvy Department, Wash
ington, 1). C Jlny 4, 1H91. --Sealed proposals.
In duplicate. Indorsed "Proposals for Wnnrf nt
Hellenic 3lngnliio,'' will be received at this;
Ilureail until 12 o'clock noon, MAY 2.1, lh'.ll.anil
publicly opened immediately thereafter. Plans,
specifications nnd blnnk .forms of proposals
will he forwnrded upon application to thlH
Ilureati nr to the Commandant, Nnvy
Yard, Washington. Didders nro expected to
fully inform themselves of the character of tho
work required. Responsible security will bo
required for the faithful performance of the
contract, and tho right Is reserved to reject
nuy or nil proposals not. deemed ndrniitngcnu.
to tho Government nnd to waive defects. A
bond tor tho slim of $ 1,000 must accompany
bids tor tho work. W3I. 31. FOI.OEU. Chlet
of lliuenu. mn7.il,14,18
LAYING ASPHALT ANI) GRANITE
lllock Pavements Proposals for Improv
ing Streets nnd Avenues in the District ot
Columhln.--Ofllce of the Commissioners) D. C ,
Washington, D. C, 3lnyli, 1MI1. Sealed pro
posnls will be received nt this otllco until 12
o'clock noon 011 WEDNESDAY, 3IAV 20, lr.ll,
for improving streets and avenues with curb,
guttcis. sidewalks nnd rondwny lavement.
Illnnk forms of proposals and spcclllcatlnui
can be obtained nt this olllco upon npiillcntlou
therefor, together with nil ncccssnry Informa
tion, and oulv bids upon these forms will ho
considered. The right Is reserved to rojert
any and all bids or parts ot bids. J. W.
DOUGLASS, J. W. ROSS, W3I. T. ROSSELL,
nctlng, Commissioners I). C
TKOPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES. OFFICK
X of Public llulldlcgs nnd Ground. War
Department, Washington, D. C, 3lay II, 18111.
bcnled proposals, In duplicate, will be received
at this olllce until 12 u'llock noon. TUESDAY,
JUNE It, 1MI1, for furnishing supplies required
from time to time during tho tlsenl year end
ing June SO, 1S1I2, ns follows: Class f, florists'
supplies; Class 2, flower pots; Class :i, paint,
oils. iSc.: Class I. hardware: Class 5. agricul
tural Implements, Ac: Clnss fl, electric light
nml buttery suiiiillcs; Cla-a 7, drain pipe; Class
8, stntlonery; Class 0, manure; Class 10, sand
and gravel; Class 11, soil; Clas 12, lee; Clna
13, lime nnd cement; Class II, bricks; Class
1.1, sod; Clns 10, fuel; Class 17, lumber, A;e ;
Clnss 18, nso of teniae; Clnss l!l, bulbs. A
separate proposal for each class Is dcslied.
Ench envelope should be Indorsed so nsto In
dicate tho Clus for which the Inclosed propo
sal was made. Preference will be given to
articles nt domestic manufacture, condition
ot quality nnd price (Including In the price ot
foreign productions Or manufactures the duty
thereon), being equal. Attention Is Invited to
acts of Congrc-i approved February 20, 188.1,
and February 23, iw7, vol. 23, page 332, and
vol.21, page 41 1, statutes at Large The right
Is reserved to icjcct uny and all proposal.
Forms nml spcrlllcntlous enn be obtained nt
this ofllce. 0. 11. ERNST, Colonel, U.S. Army.
lng Rendezvous U. S. Army, Washing
ton, 3Iay 8, 1691. Sealed proposals. In tripli
cate, subject to the usual conditions, will bo
received at the Recruiting Rendezvous, No. 41!)
Tenth street northwest, until 12 o'clock noon,
ONTHEIOTHOFJUNE, 18'U, at which tlmo
nnd dace they will bo opened In tho presenca
of bidders, for rendering service, ns indicated,
fortholtccrultlng Service, United StntcsArmy,
whenever required, within tho city limits, dur
ing the firal year ending June 30, 1802, viz:
Washing articles ot Government equipage. Tho
Government reserves the right to reject nny or
all proposnls. lllanks nnd full Information as
to bidding, etc., will be furnished on applica
tion. Em elopes containing proposals should
be marked "Proposals for Washing," and ad
dressed to CAPT. V. S. HURUANIC, Tenth
lnfautrj-, Recruiting Olllcer.
UNITED STATES SENATE. WASHING
ton, D. O. Proposals for fuel for the uso
ot the U. S. Senate for the fiscal year ending
Juue 30. 1892. Sealed proposals will bo re
ceived JUNE 11 until 12 o'clock noon at the
oflho of thu Sergeant-at-Arms, V. S. Seu.i'e,
tor fuel, viz.: For 1,500 tons, more or less, as
may be required, extra hard white ash anthra
cite coal, small furnace size, screened
and free from nil lmpnrltios; 73 curds,
or as much more ns mny be required,
of best oak wood, cut In 3 pieces, straight.
fiee from all knots and split to medium size,
One hundred cords, or as much more us may
be required, of best pine wood, straight nnd
clean. The coal nnd wood to be Inspected,
weighed, mensurcd, sawed, split nnd stored In
the vnults. ot the Senate wing of the U. S.
Cnpltol nt tbo expcr.sc of the contractor. Tho
wood to bo delivered nud stored at such times
and In such quantities ns may bo ic
qulrcd. All to bo delivered and stored
on or about the 15th day ot November, 1891.
Tho coal to be delivered In such quantities and
at such limes ns may lie required. The right
to rcwrigli the coal, remeasure the wood, and
also to reject any or all proposals that mny ho
offered, sreored. Tho bids to be Indorsed
"Proposals for fuel," nnd addressed to tho
"Sergeant-at-Arms of tho U. S. Sen-.o." K. K.
VALENTINE, Scrgeuut-at-Arnis, U. S. Senate.
-OROPOSALS FOR ICE.-NAVY DEPART
JL ment, Washington, 3lny 9, 1811. Sealed
proposnls, indorsed "Proposals for Ice," nml
addressed to the Secretary ot the Navy, will
be received until noon JUNE 2, 1S91, to supply
the Navy Department and its various bureaus
ami ofliieslu Washington with ice during tin)
tlsenl j car ending June 30, 1KI2, The Ico must
be the brst Northern ice, or equal thereto, sodd,
clear and free from snow or other Impurities,
and must be delivered daily at tho olllc -s
where, and in such quantities a,
may he, requited. The Lcpnrtmcnt
icservesthorlg.it to icjeet nuy or all bids ami
to wnlvo defects. In enseor tie bids the award
will be made by lot. Tho party whose pro
posal Is accepted will be required to outer into
contract ami give bond satisfactory to the Sec
retary of the Navy. Forms on which bids
must lie made In duplicate will be supplied on
application to the Department. F. 31.
SAY. Acting Secretary of the Navy.
T-.IIOPOSALS FOR n ASHING TOWELS. -.
Navy Department, Washington, I). C, May
9, 1MU. Scaled propoal. Indorsed ou iho en
velope "Proposals for Washing Towels" nml
addressed to tho Secretarv of the Navy, will be
received until noon JUNE 3, 1801, from parlies
legularly engaged In such business, for wash
ing the Uiwcls ot the Nnvy Department and list
various bureaus nnd otllees 111 Washington,
during the fiscal vein ending June 30, 180!, es
timated at about 1 .'ski mouth. '1 he proposals
must be for sniuuib a hundred. '11 caso ot tlo
bids the uiwiid ulll h made by lot. Forms oil
which bids min-t lie made, In duplicate, will bo
supplied on Hpplhatlnu 10 the Department F,
31 IIA3ISA1 , Ailing Seciotaryol thenvy.
111 al 3,1 0,20,28
J Washington, I). C , May 1, Ihiii.-Healed
umnos-ls ulll be reolved bv this Department
until 31AY l, lNOl.at 12 111., for turuishlng
supplies for thu fiscal year beginning July I,
1801, uud ending June 30, H2, ns follows: st-i-tlonery.
lumber, pulnts. oils, ote., Ice, flower
pots, miscellaneous supplies, fuel aud tor the
purchase ot wasto paper. Bids for stationery
opened at S p. in., other bids at 12 uoou. Tho
Department reserves the right to reject anv or
all bids and to waive any defect In same. Uids
must be made 1 1 duplicate oil Ulauka furnished
by the Department. For Information ami
blanks apply to the DUIwrsIng OlDw, 11 D WIN