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"," r"" THE WASHINGTON OBITIO, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1880. ItMlMMMMMWMlil V (' $ K3r hf.iiiai. savings and huilimhTj i ' ASSOCIATION. i , HKW ill) IHtVB OF NTOCK. The hook? for subscription to stock In tho ' new S3d Issuo of tho.Sorfnl Savings unci llulld- . inir Association nro now open rim cities can do I nlit on the same any tiny from 9 o'clock a in, to 4M o'clock p. mi at tlio ofllce of tho Secre tory ntnl Treasurer, .lolin A. l'rcscott, KpIIoki; HulMliiK, No, 1410 Fstreot northwest. hnrcs nro $1 each, commencing with Mnrnndpay- amo mommy inercniicr. ino insr. issuu oi , stuck was tho larjtcst tlio "Serial" has mado, anil tho present one. It U expected, will ho ns I large. II not larger. Tho business of tho 'Ferial'1 for tho unit roar has been cxccntloit- nllr prosperous. Noricttcrnpportimltj.'pould lio off crcd for Investment ef inunlhl j a Inirs wharo Interest at thoratoof Oner cent, per annum I? promised and always paid. ItOUKltTU. t'AMI'lll'f.I,. President, 517 joth street n.w. JNOi A.rilKSCOTT. Secretary and Trousurer, If 10 I'll. n. w. 1ST D. 8. MOItlllS A CO, il. Oth Bt. n. W. I1NE STATIONERY, KNVI'bOl'F.'J AND IIIANK IIUOKH. Manufacturcrs'.A'rcnts tor Paper Hues. rAPEU AND miNTKItS'SUrrMES. g-o. A3 HXTUIIKS. T'ra.L"S70CK OFTJEW HTYLK? : - f i -' ; . Can ho icon nt 2 ' '' CAi'JItfDDIMAN, I 120il P STHF.TET NORTHWEST. THE LOWKST miCESiriUAHANTEED. Examine hit -NEW OASCOOKISO HANOI'S The Hcst for tho l'rlco. ISS, ?TANNEH'S RTKNWlitAPlIta AXf) ' TYPE-wiiri'iNanunEAU. Conducted Personally by HUDSON O. TANNEII, (Lato Chief Meiinrrrnphcr, Now York Stato Legislature and Supremo Court.) No 1315 P street (Sun llulldlntt). Expert Short-hand and-Typ)--writing Work, Including foreign hinrniiiKCS, solicited nt tho nsnal rates. BTUDENTs In short-hand and Typo-wrltlnir received at nny time, Mellon- raphcrs furnished business men. Circulars. Tolephono Call, 11T7-8. KSTTHK WASHINOTON AltCHITEOT UHAL HtON AND 11IIIDHE WOHKS, DVAU) L. DENT. M. E 1'roprletor. The best facilities In tho city for all kinds of Iron work. Steel Beams, Angle", etc., always In stock. Flno Ornamental Casts and Wrought-Iron Work a specialty. Hepalrs and general machine work dono In tho hest manner and at short notlco. Solo Licensees In tho District of Columbia for tho "Uoetz-Mltchull" system of licam Anchors and 1'otectors. Works; Cor. 33d and Water StrectsrTolO phone, 4S8-8. Office: 1413 O Street n. w.j Telephone, 4 JS-J. Washington. D. V, SgT-TnE COLUMBIA NATIONAL DANK of Washington, 1). C, DU V St. n. w.. Itccetves Deposits, Loans Moneyi Issuos Drafts, Transacts a (loncrnl Banking Busi ness. Location contrnl and convenient,. F street cars and berdlcs run In front of our door: Oth strrot cprs rnn a few rods oast of our building; 7th street and lltli street cars only two blocks away; 11 street and Pa. avo. cars only tbreo blocks away. M. II. WAUNEIt, rresldont: A. T. 11UITTON, Vleo-rresldont; K. P. PAHKETI. Cashier. Dlroctors: Chas. H. Bailey, Wm.- E. Barker. Alex. T. Brltton, Chas. C. Duncanson, John Joy Edson, Albert F. Fox, John K. Merrill, lionj. P.Lelghton, flugh Mcculloch,, Crosby 8. Noycs, M. M. Porker. O 0. Staplos, George Truesdoll, Henry K.WIllard.B. 11. Warner. tSSr-USEFUL FEET a5' Being rcqulslto to healthful, exer cise, thousands of well-known personages Visit DIt. WHITE'S establishment, 1410 Pena sjtvanla avenue, opposlto Wlllard'a Hotel, for rellcLfrom corns, bunions, diseased nails and all diseases of the feet. Dr. White's twenty ninth year of pr&ctlco In Washington, D. 0. Office fee, 81 a sitting Sffigr-CONFECTIONEItY ' Confectionery, Fnro Candles, Cakes, Plos, Nnts, Foreign and Uomestlo Fruits, at ' GEOKQE W. WBIDMAN'S, 303 Pa. are, s. e. K5T-KINGSLEY BEOS.' CItEAMEItY CO. G' Standard Cash Prices For our unequalled dairy products delivered by our Aldarnoy (Into Ward's) wagons. The best puro swcot milk, per qt 8o " " cream " 34o " " buttermilk, per qt 4o " " sklmmllk,perqt..,.,, 4a K. B. Creamery Print Butter.our own make, tho best and purest,! So. per pound. Twenty-six 4-ccnt tickets for 81 can bo ob tained from our wagons or at office, WJ aud Wl I)6trect northwest. KBT-TIIOSEWHO DESIIIE COMFOP.TIN ZXJ hot weather placo their order for fihlrts early In spring, so call on P. T. HALL, 008 F st. n. w., shirt maker and furnisher, ssr-i'iuucirs, uhar a zaoiiry, vxj ATTfinrjKvs Ban Building, 1315Fstroet. INVESTMENTS IN and Timber Lands. s to call tho ssoolal at eslrlns toooanlro sack V Coal, Iron A. E. HANDLE beg unttonof persons c 'Property In large or lowest orlees. Full sronll traots at tho very particulars on appllca- tloa. Address 003 7th at. n. w. YYOJSUinjf ion, xi. v. fcvST-WUIESt LADIES I LADIES I MrK. McCoffertv Is the onlv hat ana cannet-rramo manuiaoiurer in vdo cut, Call and see her new shapes. Bleaching and pressing. Straw and Felt Hats altered to the latest styles. Orders promptly attended to. 100a O street n. w. - ----- XOJt ItESTItUVSES. ActeerttKmtntt unatr tlu lea(t,jourllnaor list, S3 ctntifor out Insertion; SO ctntt for thitt. TTIOH ItEXT-A YCOnNlHTTlOUSE; JJ southern exposure; 8-room brick; a per fect llttlo gem; rent moderate to rellablo party. Address HELIADLE, Critic ofllce. TrVOH KENT-UNFURNISHED- inn Fstnw,S3r ...,.,,,$) 00 170111 1 avo n w, 17 r S08 S3 Mmiassnve, 17 rs 200 00 1409 Mass avenw 1G0 C7 1SS8 M st n w, 13 rs 133 00 1H10 N ct n w, 15 rs lis 00 lrsojlassave, 17rs ,,..,..... 123 00 Pstnw, 13 rs , 125 00 1700 15th stn w, 10 r 110 07 11S5 10th stnw, 13 rs 113 00 less Mass avo, 1,1 rs , 100 CO 1401 MoughtonsMlrs 83 33 17SM I st n w, 13 rs 83 33 1800 14th st n w, 0 rs, mid store Mai lOlSSlststnw. 11 rs M 33 1(03 1) st 11 W, W h ,.,, 80 00 615 12th stnw, l$rs ,. 73 00 1323 ( st n w, 11 rs 75 00 BOSK stnw. 11 rs 73 00 SWMOstnw, 11 rs, and stablo 70 00 eoilhthstuw...., c3 07 l(i22Istnw,u rs 63 00 1413 N stn w.llrs 03 00 K!l 12th st n w, storo and dwg Co 00 ixiia lllUycr I'hu'e, 0 rs i com 1448 n st n w, 10 rs 65 oo IMlNstn w,8rs 50 00 170HMstnw,7rs.. 43 00 1023 itth st n w, U rs n 00 1S3H Pierce PIao, 10 rs a oo IBOlOstllW.Ors,.., ; 60 00 UStConn. ave, lflr 40 00 Wio 14th stnw, 10 rs , 40 oo 1400 Chapln st, J rs 40 00 1C07 15th st u w, 10 r , , 40 00 1S30 lllggs st n w, 0 r , 35 00 1332tlKC3Stnw,6rs ,.... 33 00 WMlllpKHSt.Urs , .,.. 3.500 lucaiothstn w,0rs 3000 nil 2Stll t 11 w, 8 rs 3 03 1507t'arollnost,7M, 23 00 228 1st st s w. 0 r , 15 00 svsiststs w.fl rs is oo Tho above houses can be examined by per mit fiom our office only. THOMAS J. FISIIEIt & CO., mi F st n w. F On KENT- NiSWthst, IBri $100 00 27 Iowa Circle, llrs , a) &l :i327Nst n w, 13 rs 00 00 1029 22dst, 10 rs.,.,r -, 55 00 14 18 N stn w, ors ., , so 00 1002 Vermont avo, 10 rs ,,.., 60 00 225 A St lie, RlS , 35 00 223Astne,8rs .,, 3J 33 sooostne, 8rs... ., 30 00 land 3 Saul Building , 27 00 27 Iowa Clrclo, furnished,. .....,,,, 125 o 1220 1'u ave, Or 1,' 60 1415 list ne, house and ktoro... .,,.,, 10 30 732 21st st, 13 rs , 0000 817 spruce kt. His 3J50 UlSWstnw.un , 2-jfcO 1117 lOtli st, 6 rs ,. 15.10 125 II st no, 5 rs and stable , 15 00 l329thstno,B r , 1030 1223 K st s e, 5 rs ,,,,,, 10 60 1600 Gales st, Ors ., , 11 60 S Wadensburg road, 0 rs 10. 00 llSAlstae. Ors , ,.,.,.., , 1000 670 Elm t, Or ."",...,,,... 10 30 a nouses, i;nn aim nentucKy avo iu us L101li)guniu J')ace.4ra....... ,,,,, 9 00 . W.tCT. HtbfUltlUltOin.Wr jraT-I'OSTOFKK K NOTICE (flHOCLD BB -x' ncrn uau.1 by nil Interested, ns changes may necur dt any tlmo). letters fur forelcn countries need not bo specially nd dreed for illspalr'i hy any particular slenmert except when It Is desired to send duplicates of banking and commercial docu ments, letters not specially addressed being sent br the fastest M-sols nvnllablo. Foreign malls fur I ho week ending May 4 will clie (promptly In all cases) at this oOlco as follows: MONDAY, AH p. in. for Port nil Prlnco nnd Jacn-olfper i a. Prlns .Manrlts (letters from iia, Venezuela, Trinidad, Ilrltlsh nnd Dilfch Oulana' must bo directed "per 1 rlns Maurils"); at.1 p. m. for Belize, dilate irHlrt.oml Puerto Cortez, per s. a. City of BRllns, from New Oilcans. Tl iliAr. At 2.101). m. for Ireland, per s. s. Wisconsin, la (jueenstoun (letters for Great llrltiiln and other European countries mut bo directed "per Iscotisln); nt 3 p. m. forBlueflehW, Ver s, s. W. (). Howes,' from New Orleans. WEDNESDAY. At S a.m. fur Belgium dl rret.pcrs.si I'cnnland, via Antwerp (letters must be directed "tier 1'ennland"): nt 3 u. m. forlrelandf ers. a. t'llyof Now York, vim .uceiisiumu leilt-ra lur uri-ut jiniuin iinu other Kuroiiean countries must bo directed "per City of Now York"): nt 8i!0 a. m. for Europe, per s, s. Trnvo, via Southampton and Bremen (letters for Ireland must undirected "per Travo"); at 10 a m. for Central America and South Pacific Kit, per s. s. City of Puru, via Asplnn all (letters for Guatemala must be directed "per City of Para"); at 1 p. m. fui Cnmpeche, chlnji, Tabasco nnd Youcntan. pers. s. City of Alexandria (letters for .other Mexican States nnd Cuba must bo directed "rer City of Alexandria"). THUKsDAY. At 1p.m. for Bermuda, per i. a, Orlnova; at 3 p, m. for Truxlllo nnd Una tan, rvr . s. H. Olerl. from NcwOrlcans SATUBDAY.-At a. m. for Franco, bwltrcrlnnd, Italy, ripaln nnd J'ortugnl, per s. s, Ln llourgogne, fa Havre; at 3n m. for Great Britain, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands and Austria per a. s. Aurunla, via Queens town (letters for other European countries must be directed "per Auranlii"): at 5 a.m. for Germany, Denmark, Hwiulen, Norwny, llusslu and Turkevr ner s. s. Fulda, via BromciHIetlers from Great Brlliitn, Ireland, llolglum, Netherlands and Austria, via South' ampton, must be directed "per Fulda"); ut 6 n. m. lor Sentland direct, per s. s. Dcvnnln. via Glasgow (letters must bo directed "per Dei onla"); nt C n. m. for tho Netherlands, la ltottcrdam.per s. h Veendam (letteismnst lie dlrcoteil ")er Veendam"); at 11 a. m. tor Jamaica, Jaemel and Aux Cayos, per s. s. Alvo; at 1 p. m. for Trogresso, per s-s. M. Ij. Vlllavcrc, via Havana (letters for other Mex ican States must bo directed "perM. L. VII lavcro")r at 1 p. in. for Jamaica, Grcytown, Bellzo, Guatemalu, Iticrto, Cortex ami Trux lllo, per a, s. Hondo. SUNDAY.-Al S p. m. for Costa Illcn, via Union, per s. s. Foxliall, from Now Orleans. Malls for Australia, Now Zealand, Ha waiian. FIJI nnd Samoan Islands, per a. s. Aprl.28th, at 7 p. in. (or on arrival nt New-. torxoi s, s, Auianin, wuniiritisiimans lor Australia). Malls for China nnd Japan, per s. s. Gaello (from San Francisco), closo hero May .MIi, at 7 p, in. Malls for tho Hawaiian Islands, per s. 's. Umatilla (from San Fran elseo), clo" hero May lHth, atVp. in. Malls for tho Society Islands, per ship Tahiti (from San francisco), closo hero May 23th, at 7 p. in. Malls for Cuba by rail to Tampa, Fla., nnd thenco by steamer, la Key West, Fla., close at this olllcu dally at 2:30 n. m. The schedule of closing of Trans-Paclflo malls Is nriangcd on the presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit to San Fran cisco. Malls from tho Enst arriving on time, at Sun Frnnolsao on tho day of sailing of steamers ore dispatched, thenco the snmo day. Keglstcrcd malt clpscs at 0:30 p. m. pre vious dity. T. I,. JAMES, Acting Postmaster. PosTorrirr, Ni:w Youk, N. Y., April 20. IS89. if 'A XTuvnr.r, r. AdurtUmuntivniltr thl luai, four Unit or Ittt, 25 ctntt foront Inttitlon; 60 ctntt far thrtt. LADIES TO MAKE WOllBTED ADVEIt tlscmcnt Cards at home:l to $8 weekly; outflt.lOo. SodgowlckNovoly Co.,New Havcrt, Conn. VAXTIWMISOEI.TjAXJSOVS. AfltirtlHtntntt uniUrthlt htad, four Unit or itt, 23 ctntt for out tntti Hon; 60 ctntt for tbrti. tlons or help to register name, free of charge, at the MUTUAL AID SOCIETY, room 28. St. Cloud building, Oth and Fn. w. V WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER bought tor cosh by WM. FIHEDE men, the manufacturing Jeweler, 005 7th St., opp Patent Office. J.on JtJ!XT ii003IN. r ' Adrtrtlicmintt vndtr thlt htni, fourllnetor kit, 23 ctntifor ont Insertion; 60 ctntt for thru. flsTllEETNbnTHWEST.NoTrar LAItOE I front room; southern oxixisurc; sultablo for ono or two gentlemen; references ex changed. FOE JtENT-1421 o STREET. NEXT a6 tha corner 13th st, five floors; arranged for offlco nso; hot water, heat throughout, and nil In tho best condition. W. S. TII0MP SON.Phurmaclst. 703 15th st On HENT-EITHEn SINGLE Oil EN siilto, with or without board, nt HOLD'S Hotel and Restaurant, 811 E at n w; rooms uro nicely furnished and locality convenient. 1'UllSOKAn. Atlrti tttmttntt under thlt head, four Unit or lett, 23 ctntifor ont intertlon; 50 ctntifor thret, WHEN EVEHYB0DYVFAIL8ATOVX traet your tooth, go to tho BALTI MORE DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 4t st S W, and got satisfaction. S HAWING AND PAINT1NG-IN OltDEB to show tho rapid progress of pupils at Academy of Flno Arts, fol E street north west, thdso commencing Immediately will be receh cd for ono month for almost nothing. Classes now forming for art students, parents and llttlo children. Free oxhlbltlon of paint ings dally and Wedneaflay evenings. JUSTIPS OLD STAND Fs THE ONLY placo where first-class, soeond-hand cloth ing can bo sold nt rcspectablo prices. Ad dress or call nt 010 D at. n. w. I'OK SAI.JS AXV HUNT. ! "DEAL lilsTATE BULLETIN X.V BV THOS. E. WAGOAMAN, 917 F street. Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturdays. THHEE.STOHY DniCK AND FIIAME HOUSES FOIt SALE. 9th st, bttKandL n w $.10,003 400 M stn w.bh, ml. II rs 22,500 C23 and 623 It st n w, b h, and S houses rear 22,000 018 1 stnw, bh, ml, 12 in ,, 10,000 17301lBtnw,bhtml, 14 rs., 13,00$ tm litbstnw, bh.m 1,0 rs. I5,ooo 415Ddtn w, bh,m l.ilrs 12,600 1013 10th st n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs 12,000 oooMstnw, bli.m 1, 13 rs ,, lt,ooo 2033 II st n w, b h, in 1, 12 r 8,000 TWO-STOIIY BI11CK AND FIIAME HOUSES l'OH SALE. T 214 Abtn o, til, ors , . . S7.000 113 II i,t n e, b li,7 rs..... , .,, ,1,2,'fl 013 and 019 Dst no, bh,7 rs ,..,i.,. 4,000 W to M (1st lie, f h,4rs ;...,.., 3,600 38 and 42 Myrtlo st n e, b h, m 1, 7!rs 3.400 fiuethstno. f h. 7rs.. 2.600 1 800 10th st n e, bnndf h,8 rs , 2.500 i ISMyrtlostno, bh, 7rs 2.000 iiw i p, ,j v, t 11, u la , I,,,, l.mi IB Myrtlo st no.bh, 7rs ).,.... 1,700 UNIMPItOVED I'ltOPEUTY F0IfS.U,E, I'cr foot. Kst; bet 10th and 17th nw $4 00 Pa ave, bet cth nnd 7th sts s u.i,,..,,,, 2 00 18th st. bet It and S n w ..!.... "00 Del avo. bet II and O sts no , 1 80. lumst. nct.MandNnw ..:.... 1 75 18th st, bet Land Mnw 1 60 tilth st. bet Land Mnw., I 60 II st, bet 3d and 1th s 0 , 1 23 13 1st, bet Canal and O n w ,, I 00 Muss ave, bet Del ave and 1st st 11 0..,. . 1 TO HOUSEH'FOH IIENT. Por month. 915 E stnw, 17 rs ,,.$103 00 3053 P st 11 w, f ur, 13 rs 13.19 1, st n w.iors 1738 F st 11 W, 12 IS 1 20.11 1 stnw, II r 611 rstnw, lors 13,11 Corcoran st n w, J3 rs,, 2818 Pstnw, 10 rs.. ,..,. 2820 p st n w, 10 rs 2d floor 12th and E sts 11 w. 80 00 75 00 CO 00 CO 00 60 00 60 00 60 00 60 00 BO 00 43 00 1337 1 nil st 11 w, 8 rs, 1731 loch t n w, 0 rs 4000 200 D stn w, 10rs....i 40 60 1740 N Y avo n w, 12 rs 1 33 u anoost 11 w, 11 33 00 1414 lltli stnw, llrs 35 00 Ith floor 12th nnd E sts nw so 00 1520 Kingman Place 11 w, 7rs 30 00 1453 Bat uw,7rs 23 00 Tennallytown Bond, 8 rs.., 23 00 HEAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Safo as If, S. bonds: 0 per cent., payable quarterly: In sums Slop to $1,000; small pre mium charged, LOANS. In sums to suit nt 0 per cent. Tho abovo Is only a portion of the property on my books, For full list nail nt oftlco for bulletin, Issued on tho 1st and 13th. rou nalj:t.uts, IOIt BALE-ABOUT ONE HUNDnED LOTS J.' In saunres 017 and CC8. near North Capi tol, N ami O sts. 11, w.; on lino of tho Eoklug ton street Hallway, and near tho uowdopot of Baltlinoro and Ohio Hallroad Company; fair price, long timouud small payments to suit purchasers. L.M.SAUNPEI18&BHO,, 11031'Bt.n.w, vo3i3tisaivxnits uv imeus. S. BUND Y, COM' It OF DKKDS AfiVrHCH c, , tory rublio, 4SS La, arc, opp, cur Hail, J'OH I.I IM-HOVltris. Tj'QH SAI.E-JI0U8ES. P, bc 13th rind ICtli stnw, 3-slory brick, 10 rooms and bath; perfect order throughout; i souther n exposure; a lovely homo $s.0J0 3l. bftwthand nth stun w. 11-room'hrlOk; nay windowjoesi location, lot 2ixiiv,.fn,uuu 1Mb st, bet Tend I sts n w, .8-room brick; .honied by furnace and open grates; douhlo Yarlors and dining room on II rslfloorisiieak lug tubes, dumb waiter, etc; beautifully llnlsbcd , ....$7,roo Itth svbrlrvccu (J and 11 sts n w, A story biltk: ft rooms; best condition; llnO loea- llon; built two veavsngo; lot tnm H,7S0 , II. F. UILHEUT ft CO.. . . Oil F st n w. X 0-roora housos, with bath, range, etc., In tho northwest: near llth and 7th St. cars prlcoonly J'i.800 rnilhi Rstroct.flcarl,th, Sll.nilO. Also aaon CloTnland aTenlln. Ij'uji PAi.ii ni.v'ifAU uiAuuruiinun ' fiiiiu, aibu fsvu v.iu,vihuu nvunuu, tirs. for.. ,j'J,U3u On H, bat Kith nnd 17tb sts t B.OOO " list, bet 13th and IDtb sts 0,000 " ir,th, bctTnmlUsts.7. 7.B00 M 13th, bet P nnd u sts ..., n,6O0) " o.bot 13th and 14th its.wlth stable 7.00O " Boundary, near nth st, new house. o,a-,n " Marlonst, botOth and7lbn w 4,350 Apply to J. W. P. MYKKSASON, 1420 Now York avo. FltANK II. .CONGETt, 1113 F Street. llOUSES FOH SALE-N. W. SECTION. Massachusetts Ave., $90,000, 55,000, $13,000, $40,000, $35,000, $25,0W. Conncatlcut avo., $33,000, $30,000, $22,000, $17,000. , . . Vermont aVo.,'ll,TX, $,000. . Hbodo Island vj $.i8,(ioo,'$im 000. $.' 000. ICtli street, tlOO.000, $73,000, $37,000. 16th street. $28,000. I street, $33.w. K street, $-11,000. M street, 103,000, $40100, $30,000. N street, S3C.000, $15,000. $17,000, $12,000. P Street, $13,000, $8,000, $7,600. 0 street, $20,000 - lllllrr Place. $18,000. Now Hampsblro ave. nnd SSth St., $7,000. Ilouscsjunder $20,000 nnd.unlmprovod prop ertrln all iits of tlwelty. Fit ANK B. CONGEIt, 1413 P street. JtAlLUOAJlS. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Schedule In Effect Maroli I0tlr,'l881. Leave Washington from' Station Corner of Tiew Jersey avenuo and O strcot. Fon CiitrArio and 'Northwest, Vostlbnlcd Limited express dally 8.53 n. m., express 0.O3 p.m. Fon Cincinnati, St. Louts nnd Indianapolis, express dally, 3.00 nnd 11.10 p. m. Fon PiTTsmnu and Cleveland, Vcstlbuled Limited express dally 8.55 a. in. and express 0.05 p.m. Fon Lexington and Local Stations 1 10.10 n. m. 1'pn'nAT.TiMonr, weekdays,, S.O0, 0 80,-0.40,' MO, SAO, 0JO (45 minutes), i.li 11.23, (l;mln utcs) a. m 1 i.10, 2,03, 2.30,1(45 minutes), 8.1S (45 mllintCS) 3.23, 4 30, 4.35, 8.30, 0.15.0.45,7.30, 8.00, 9.43, 10.30 and 11 JO p. m. Sundays, 0 30, 8.30,9.30,0.45,11.23 a. m.; 1.15, 2.05, 9M.0M, 4.30, 4.33, 0.43, 7.30, 8.00, 8.43, 10.30 and 11.80. p.m. Fon Wat Stations between Washington and Bnltlmoro, 5.00,0.40, 8 JO a. m., 12,10, 3.23 4.33, 0.13, 11.30 n. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. m 1.13 3.23..I.35, 0.45, 11.80 n. lm ' TnAiss leavo Baltlmoro for Washington, weekdays, S.10, 0.20, 0.30, 7.15, 7.20, 8.00(13 minutes), 9.00, 9.05, 10.15 (45 minutes), a. m.; 12.10, 1.43, 2 00, 3.00, 4.15 (15 minutes), 5.00, 0.00, OSO, 7.60, 8.05, 10.05, 10.10-und IliX) p. m. Sun days, 0.30. 7.15. 8.00 (43 minutes), 0.00, 0.O5, 10.25 n. m., 12.50, 1.43, 2.00, 4.13, 5.00, 0.80, 7.60, 8.03, 10 05, 10.10 and il.00 p.m. Fon Aknai-ous , 0.40 and 8.30 a. m., 12.10 and 4.35 p. m. OnSpndays, &30 a. m.. 4.33 p. m. Leavo Annapolis 0.40, 8.37 a. tn.f U.03, lilOp. m. Sundays, 8.37 n. m., 4.10 p. m. I'on utatio.sh on tlio Metropolitan Branch, t0.33, iio.io a. m., SI. 13 p. m. for prlnolpal sta tions only, 110.10 a. m., t4 33 and ts.30 p. m. Fon GAiTiir.nsni'nu and Intermediate points, 19.00 a. m., tl2.80. l.40, tS 33, tllJM p. m. Fon Horn's and Intermediate stations, 17.00 p.m., 110.00 p.m. Ciiputii trnln leaves Washington on Sunday at 1.13 p. in., stopping at all stations ou Met ropolitan Branch. Fon FnEDrmcK, 110.10 a. m, 14.33 and 13.30 p. m. Sundays, 1.15 p. m. Fon IIaoeiutown, tlO.10 a.m. and 13.30 p. m, Tiiaixs Aiimvz from Chicago dally 8.33 a. m. and 0.33 p. m.; from Cincinnati and St. , Louis daily 0.20 a. m nnd 1.53 p. ra; from Pittsburg 8,35 a. m., 17.20 and 0.a5 p.m. NEW YOUK AND PniljADELPUIA DIVIS- ION. TonNr.w Yoiik, Trenton, Newark nud Ellr. nbeth, N.J.,t8.00, .30. 11.25 a. m., '130, 4.15 and 10.80 p. m. Buffo t Parlor Cars on all day trains. Slcoplng cur on tho 10.30 p. m., open at 0.00 p. in. Fon Fiiiudem-iiia, Nowark, Wilmington nnd Chester, 18.00, 9J0, U23 a. m., J.30, 4.15, 8.oo and 10.30 p. m. Fon Atlantic Citv, ll.'JS a. m. Fon iNniiMcniATB points between ' Balti more and Philadelphia, 'O.SO.a. m.'2.05and t4.ao p. m. TnAiNs ieavb New York for Washington, 8.30, tll.OO a.m., 1.1S0, 'OO, '4.43 p.m. and 12.00 night. Trains i eave Plilladolphla for Washington, 4.10, 8.15, 11,13 a. m. ,11.45, 4.15, 3.15and 7.30 p.m.- tExcept Sunday. 'Dally. Sunday only. Vaggago called for nnd checked from hotels and residences by Union Transfer Company on ordora left at ticket offices, 019 and 1351 Pa. avo. W. N. CLEMENTS. CIIAS. O. SCULL, General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't. The Gr.cat Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Double Track. Splendid Scenery, bteel Halls. Magnificent Equipment In Ejtect FEmiDAnr 2-1, 1889. Trains leavo Washington from station, cor ner of sixth and B streets, ns follows: ,. Fon PiTTsnono and tho West. Chleago Lim ited Express of Pullman Vostlbnlcd Cars at D.60 a. tfl. dally; Fast Lino, 9.60 a. m. dally to Cincinnati and St, Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Harrlsburg to St. Louis; dally, except Saturday, to Chl eago, with Sleeping CarAltoona to Chleago. Western Express at 7.40 p. m dally, with Slcoplng Cars Washington to Chleago und St. Louis, connecting dally-nt Harrlsburg with through Sleepers for Loulsvlllo and Memphis. Pacltla Express, 10 00 p. m. dally for Pltuburg and tlio Went, with through sleeper to Pitta burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago. DALTIMOHE AND POTOMAC HAILHOAD Fon KniE, Cananpaioua and Hochester dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, except Saturday, 10.00 p. m., with Slcoplng Cur Wash ington to Rochester. Fon WiixiAMsroiiT, Look Ilaven nnd El- mira, at v.w, a. in. uauy, except sunaay, Fon New Yomt and (lie East, 7.20, 0.00, 11.00, and 11.40a.m.; s.loft.lO.'lO.M.and 11.20 p." m. On Sunday,'9.00. 11.40a.m.; 8.10,4.10. 10,00and jliWp.m. Limited Express of Pullman Par lor Cars, 0.40 a. m. dally, oxoopt Sunday, nnd 8.45 p. m. dally, with Dining Car. , Fon Bobion without change, 2.10 p. m. every '.day. Fon BnooKiTN, N. Y., all through trains connect at Jet soy City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording direct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double ferriage across Now York City. Fon FmiADELrmA, 7.20, 8.10, 0.00, 11.00 nnd 11.40 a. mi, 2,10, 4.10, 0.00, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p.m. Oif Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a.m., 220.127.116.11, 0.00, 8.10; 10.00 ami 11.20 p.m. Limited Ex press, all Parlor Cars, 9.40 n. ra. week days, and 8.45 p. m. dally, with Dining Curs. Fon Atlantic Citv, 11.00 and 11.40 a. in. week days. Fon Baitimoiie, 0.35, 7.80, 8.10, 0.00, 9.10, 0.60, 11.00 and 11.40 a. m 12 05,2.10, 3.45, 4.10,1.20, 4.40,0.00,7.40, 8.10, 10.00 and 11.20 p. ra. On Sunday, 900, 9.03, 0.60. 11.40 a. in., 2.10, 3.45, 4.10, 0.M, 7.40, 8.10, 10 00 and 11 20 p. m. Fon Pope's Cheek Line, 7.20 a. m. and 1.40 p. in. dally, except Sunday. . Foil ANNArous, 7.20 and 9 00 a. m., 12.03 and 4.40 p. m. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 1.00 u. m 4.10 p, m, ALEXANDRIA AND FHEDEHICKSBUna RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD. TVtn Iivvivi.iiii A Ofi A OK 1 0( O A Alt i -.. i.rt i ii--( vvt u.Mt isi, g.iv, , 10 67 a. m., 12 OI nndn, 2,03, 8.40, 4.25, 5.00, 0 01, 8 05, 10.05 aud 11.37 p.m. On Sunday at 4.30, 0.15, 10.57 a.m., 2 30, 0 01, 8.05 and 10.05p.m. Accommodation for Quautlco, 7.23 a. m.and 6.00 p. m. week days. Feu Richmond nnd tlio South, 4,30, 10.57 a. to. dally, aud 3.40 n, m. dally, nxtcpt Sunday, Tbainb le ivi Alexandria for Washington, 0 05, 7.05, 8(0, 9.10, 10.15, 11.07 11. tn., 1.20, 3 0l 3.21, S.10, 4,30, 7.03, 9.32, 10.41 and 11,03 p. m. on Sunday at 9.10 and 11.07 a. m., 2.00, 610. 7.05, 0.3.' and 10.4J p. ra. Tickets and Information at tho office, north east corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl vunla nienue, and ut tho station, whero orders can bo left for theeheoklngof baggage to destination from hotel und residences, CIIAS, E. PUUII, J. It. WOOD, General Mannger. Oenornl Passenger Agent, Chesapeake and Ohio Routo. Schedule- in effect FEBRUAnY SO, 1889. Trains leave Union Depot, Oth nud II streets. 10.37 a i m. 1'or Newport News, Old Point Comfort nnd Norfolk dally, Arrlro In Old Point at 0.33 p. m..nnd Norfolk nt 7.00 p. m. Through parlor curs to Old Point Comfort dally, except Sunday, , 11.21 a. ii. For stations on tho Chosapoake nud Ohio In Virginia, West Vlrglnlivhtid Ken tucky dally., bleeping cars Washington to Charlottes', Mo and Charlottesville to Cincin nati. Euuday train runs only to Clifton Forgo. 8.30 r. u, Fast Western Express dally, Solid train, with Pullman Buffet slcoplng Cars to Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati; PulUnau servlcotobt, Louis, Memphis and Now Or leans, Offlco, 519 Pennsylvania avenuo. II. W. FULLER, Gen, Pass. Agent, J, L. Wttiarr. 8. n, GwrNNK. CIRCLE MARKET. Vermont avs, and Lst, n, w. Choice Oreoertes. Meats and rrarisloni, Th Best Goods at tbs Lovrcat Frloes, ttuXtUns-ieUTIIOil Ut. Sporting Extra I 1 I "I ' I V I ) H ' I I I X. ,1 A I J .mmmmnr A. A.- Mi ns H 'Tp -Jtv, : c i GREAT 6 O'CLOCK SPORTING Ups .THE RESULT ,0F Here- aud Elsewhere, -AND OF . 1. "" RacbS In All Paifs of the Country. Read the Extra! I BASEBALL GAMES Avcnus SAT.r.s. D IMAXSOX nilQS. Ati'tloneers. i'AIIl FINE StlAIIlllOWN CAIIIIIAGK IlnltsDH, ELKGANT J M)AG. HANI) POME imoLGIIAJIS (WITH POLE AND IIAITS), ELEGANT )FEKVS.IU1IY VltTOIltAi FINE .IIOlil.B ''CT IIAK NIS,SILVI:il MOt'NTE.' NI) HANI) IAI)K, COST f:i.-iOJ 1ICMI KIN CAPIH, Fill IIOIIEi. LIVKHV SI ir.", PMSII AND (LOT II LAP IIOHE-i, ,Vc, Au., BF.iNirriii: piiopeiiVy op ex piiesi- DENT GIlOVEIt I LEVELANI). ' On MONDAY, MAY fl, commeni-lni? at l'J ! O CLOCK NOON, wo will sell nt thostahles Of W 001) IlItOR.. M strivt. hrttvenn IRIh nml 1 and lTth streets nttrthwest, tha entlro stablo niitflt of EX-P1IESIDENT GltOVElt CLEVE- I It Is hardly necessary for ui to attempt to dcscrlhe tho articles, as they are familiar to every one In our city, and consist of 1 Flno landau, completo. 1 llandsomo BtoiiRhnm, Polo and Shafts. 1 Vlctorla.orCahrlolet (Queen's body). 1 Set Double silver-Mounted Harness. , Foot and Box Cushions, Ilubher Suits, Gloves. 1! Livery Suits, Light. a " . " Green. Fur Itohes, Bearskin Capes. Plush nnd Cloth I.np ltul.es. , One Pair Flno sal-l)rown Carrlago Horses, larco and stylish. 1 ho carriages wore made to order for Mr Cleveland hy Flandrau A Co., Broomo strrot, New York, who took oxtrn euro to have llrst class vsorkmanslilp displayed; the vehicles show very llttlo wear. Tho harness Is hand made and handsome, costing t-VO. Tho attention of parties dc-lrlnq prlva(o turnouts Is rartleulnrly called to this sale. D UaCAN.SON BltOSn Anctlonccrs. Orricr or WAsuniniOM AoornrcT. Wasiiincitoh, II. C, April Si, 18N0. There w 111 he sold nt it o'clock p. in. Fill DAY, May 1". at Die site of the new reservoir, ftvn framo minding and ono graymarc, tho prop erty of tho United stales. Terms cash. In Government funds. Tho purchaser must re moo tho buildings within thirty days from date of sale, otherwise thoy will bo torn down by the Culled States. JOHN .VI. WILSON, Colonel, U. S. A. G EOItOE W. STIOKNEY, Auctioneer, uh) i sireei.. TIirsTEEV fILE OF VAI.I'MlLi: IINIM 'PIIOVED PHOI'EIITY FHONTING lilll FEET ON HAltEWOOl) AVENUE, I.E DHOIT PA1IK. Jiy virtue of n certain deed of trust, dated September 15. P87, and recorded. In llbcrNo. I.vrro, folio 193 ut. seq., ono of tho land records for tho District of Columbln, .and at tho re quest of tho party secured thereby, wo will offer for sale, In front of tho premises, on BATUIIDAY.TIIF. -1TII DAY OF MAY, WO. at B o'clock p. m., tho following described property sltuato In the County of Washing ,ton, I). C tn w It: All of lots numbered ono (1) and two (i), In hlook numbered ten (10), of tho subdivision of land known us "Lo Droit Park." Terms ofenle: Allcnsh, subject to a deed of trust now on tho property to secure thu sum of $2,500, payablo three yonrs from Sep tember 13, 1C87. Interest nt six per centum per annum, pnyahlo semi-annually. A do pnslt of $100 wlu bo required at tlmo of sale. All conveyancing nnd recording nt pur choser'seot. Tcrmsofsalo tn ha compiled with In llftccn days from day of salo. .TAMES 11, MAIIH,1T,. JOHN T.AIIM-J. 'fTr"-"eos. TTlJNCANSON BUO-j., Auctioneers. TilUSTEES' SALE OF IlltICK HOUSES AND LOIS ON COHNEH I'OUll-AND-A'HALF STHJIETANDN STBEET;LOTON AL LEY BETWEEN TIII11I) Al) FOUIl-ANDA-IIALFAND SI AND N STHEBTM, AND KIT ON FIllSTSTllEET WEST, BETWEEN P AND QSTHEETS SOUTH WEST. By virtue of A decre o of, the Supremo Court of tho District of Columbia, passed In equity cause No, 1130.1. WE. ns trustees nminliitml In said cause, will offrr for sale on TUES DAY, MAY SEVENTH, A, I). 1880, nt tho hours and places named hereinafter, the following-described pieces nnd parcels of land nnd premises In tho city of Washington, Dis trict of Columbia! AT FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., In front of tho premises, tho west ono hundred and fifteen (115) feet by tha width of the lot, twcnty-llvo feet, of Lot ono (1), In square. 11 vo hundred nnd forty-flvo, Improved by Brick Dwelling and Store, 4 ) nud N streets southwest. - IMMEDIATELY AFTEH, thu west ono hun dred and fifteen 013) feet by tho width of the Lottueuty-flvo feet, of Lot two, In square rive hundred nnd forty-flvo, Improved by Brlok Dwelling, on -II street, between M nnd N streets southwest. IMMEDIATELY AFTEIl, tho north thirty feet In depth by the width of tho Lot of Lot slxty-seien, In square nvo hundred and forty Uvc, situated ln alley, between 3d and II and M and N ttreets southwest, unimproved. At SIX O'CLOCK P. M , SAME AFTER ,NOON, In front of the premises, tho north half of lot 8, Jn square numbered six hundred nnd (If ty-slx (0.Vh, situated on 1st street, between P and i streets s. w,, unimproved. Terms of sulo Ono-thlrd oash, tho halanco In two equal Installments, payable Iu ono nnd two years thereafter, respectively; notes to bo ehen bearliiR Interest, and to lio secured by deed or deeds of trust on tho property old or all cash, attheoptlon of tho purchaser or purchasers. A deposit of 8100 on each Piece sold at the tf mo of sale; conveyancing io., at purchaser's rost. HEN1IY WlbE GAltNETT. 410 3th Bt. n. w. S. T. THOMAS, 41 and Louisiana nvo. Trustees. The Traveler's Guide. Arrival of Hallroad Trains in Wash ington Arrivals nt II. nnd P. Station. From Boston 10:45 a. m. dally. From New York and Philadelphia 4:10, 800 10:4.1 a. m., 3.13, 8.10, 9.12 (limited) and 10..11 p.m. dally, 1:4-.-, (400 limited) 8:10 and 8.00 p. m. dally except Sunday. From Philadelphia only 11,40 a. m. dally and 7:03 p. m. week days. From Baltimore 4:10, 0 30, 800. 6.S3, 8:15, 0.VI, 10.-43, 11:10 a. m 1:4.1, S:19, 3:10, 4:00 (limited), 5.33,6:30,7:09, 8:10,8.30, B:U (Congressional limited) and 10.33 p. m. On Sundays, 4:10, 0:30, 800, 9-33, 10:49, 11:10 a. m., 2:13, 3:10, 5:53, 8 JO, 0:13 (Congressional limited), 10.33 p. m. From Annapolis 8.00 a. m., 1:43, 3:33 p. in. Ou Sundays, 3:33 p. m. From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elralra and Har rlsburg Dally 9 .33 a. ra. and 0.30 a. m. dally except Sunday. From Popo's Creek Line 8-33 a. m. wcok days only and S.S0 p, m. dally. From lllchmond and tho South 1134 a, ra., 3:10 nnd 11O0 p.m. On Sundays, llsJI a.m. and 11.00 p.m. From Chicago and rittsbure 0-30, 9.33 a.m., 83, 8:10 p. m. All dally. From St. Louis 0:30 a. m. dally, .From Alexandria-033, 7:33, 8fl0, 0.30, 10,13, ' lia-l a. m., 1:40, 3S, 3:40, 6:30, 6 JO, 7:33, 9i!, 1100, 11r33p.m. On Sundays, 9.80, HSil.u. rn., 20, BJO, 7:23, 0i52, 1100 p. ra. From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis via Cbesapcako and Ohio Itoute 9:40 p. ra. dally. From Cincinnati and way, B:K) p. m. dally except Sunday. rsm Old Point Comfort, Newport News and Norfolk 3:40 p. in. dally except Sunday, 11 SO p.m. dally. From Lynchburg, Bilstol, Memphis, Mont gomery and Now Orleans 11:13 a. m. dally. From Memphis, Nashville, Bristol and Lynen- burg 9:40 p. m. dally. From Lynchburg, Italelgh, Aiken, Atlanta, Montgomery und New Orleans 7.00 a.m. and 7:13 p.m. dully, From Manassas, strushug and Way 10:13 a. in. dally except Sunday. From Lcesburg, Bound lllllnnd Points on W, nnd O. It. 11.-8:30 a. ro. dally and 3.M p. ra. dally except buiiday. Arrl.iils ut II, nnd (), Station, From Baltimore 13:15, 0.30,7:30, 803, 8:13, 8 JO, 8:43, 1000, 10.33, 1100, 11:13 a. m.; 1:30, 3:30, 2:30, ifW, BOO, OrJO, 0:33, 703, 800, 8:H, 8.33, lO'lhand 11:05 p.m. From Phlladelphla-8:15, 11:13 a. m.j 3.30, BOO, 7:15, 8' 13 and 10.53 p. m. From Chicago and Vlttsburg-8-33a.m. and 9-33 p.m. From Pittsburg, Grafton and Frederick 7:30 p m v, cck days and on Sundays from Grafton only. From Cincinnati, St. Louis and Loulsvlllo O.'A) a, m. and 1.53 p. m., dally. From Annapolis 8.30 and 10-00 a. m.; 140 and 0.33 p. ra. On Sundays 1000 n. ra. ond 0:33 p. in. From Gnlthershurg and way 7:40, 11:25 a. m.; 2.55,7:10 and 100 p. ro. On Sunday 800p.m. From Washington Junction and way 8.33, 9.30 a. in.; 4:03, 41:3 and 7:30 p, m, On Suu- .ln... U ., n . . .,H n.,,1 ..1 ... u,ln OO i,. Ml.. ,.1 Ull.t I..U IU. From Bojd's and way 8:20 a, iu, week days only. On Sundays 10.23 a. ni. From Lexington and Valley Branch 4:13 p, m. On Sundays from Harper's l'erryonly. From Frederick andway-B.23 a. in. dally. From Now York 8:1a a. in.; 230, 500, 7:13, 8.43 and 10.63 p. ra. c o i.v nt v n :. 1 r. ;. r. it:, T AKOMA PARK. KWIS & HEATON'S WEST END TION. ADDI- The highest and best part of Takoma Park, just subdivided, only three squares from tho station, nnd ndlolnlng tho mott thickly tet tlid portion of the old Park, A never-falling spring of puro water per manently rcsered for tho usoof I ho lot own ers. Tho only lots anywhoronear tho station at first prices. ... A completo abstract of tltlo for all lots In Takoma Park kept up to date. LEWIS & IIEATON. 039 F st II W T70n BE.NT-t5 TEH MONTIlTA SMALL X new house and acre of groundi high, healthy location. Apply to GUEEN tiUibli LINCOLN, Bcnnlngs, D. 0. 'PEERLESS lYEt teSS YESTEItDAY'S SPORTSi (Inmcs VV1111 nnd Lost nnd Hares Hun, (From Yesterday's Extra Ciurn ) . Tho gnino between tlio Honatois nml tins OIniils ycstetilny wim 11 roietlttou of tho tiny bfcforc. Tlio littler batted O'Hay uiimerclfiilly, nml lltilslicil (he gnnp with eight runs In tho last Inning, Thu weather was dUngrcciblo nnd (ho at tendance but Munll, Welch nml Kntng comprised the Jfnw York battery nud O'DiW nndJInck did the business for tho Wnshlugtons, Hcoru 10 lu !1 In fnor of you know. The I'liflltes knocked out four runs from Clnrkson yesterday In thu llrst Inning. Casey wnH very cITccllvr, nnd his pitching, with the lleldlng of Mul vuy nnd Nnsh, were tlio only features, Ciwry nnd Clements for tho (Junkers, Clnrkson and llcnnctt for the lleun enlers, Score, 4 to 5, In favor of Hoi ton. Al rittsburg yesleidny tho threii Irishmen, JIcAIcer, O'llrleu nnd JI Kcnn, wero too much for Ihuhomu club nnd for tho second tlmo they had to yield to the Clcvelnnds. AUendnnco nbout 1,500. Ilullcrles: Calvin nnd Jllller for J-lltsburg, O'llrleu nnd Zln mcr for Cleveland. Score I lu i, In favor of tho Inttcr. At homo yestcrdny the Hooslers de feated Anium'H men by n .score of HI lo 111. Uurdlek nnd Daily were the bat tery for Indianapolis, with Humbert and Fnrroll for'Chlcngo, itnees, Lexington, Ky., Jlny 2. Tho weather wns good hero to-dny nnd tho trnnk In 11 splendid condition. First 'race Amos A. first, Checney second and DIukelsplel thlid. Tlmo, 1:10J. Second rncc, fifteen jUlcenths of n mile 1'nt Donovim llr.st and .Miss Flood second. Time, 1:!10, Third rnce, 1 -mile nnd one-eighth Clny Htoekton llrst, Klytoii hecond and Early IWw n third. Time, 1 M. Fourth rnct Longshore llrst, Oracle 31. second aud Estellu third. Time, 1:01. Nashville, Tenn., 31ny S. Tho opcnlnij day of tho spring meeting nt West Sldfl Park was lino nnd nearly 10,000 people v-.cro lu attendance. First rncc, for 11-year-ohls and up ward Cartoon llrst, Leo II. second, Strldcnwny third. Tlmo 1:15J. Second rncc 3tacauley tlrst, Eva Wise second and 3IcNutry tliliil. Time l.:i0j. Third rate Deer Lodgo first, Kednr Khun second, nud 3Ieta third. Time, 1:01. Fourth race Tho $200 Sweepstakes for U-ycnr-olds, 1- miles. It Is tlio gen eral impression among turfmen thai Proctor Knott grnvo the race to Come-to-Taw to prevent tho latter from being penalized. They both belong to the samo stable. The odds wero -1 to .1 Proctor Knott, 4 lo 1 Come-to-Tnw, and 1 to 4 together. The Washington management has de cllned Chicago's offer of 300 for ThlnU baseman Sweeney's release. Argentine ltopubllc. The Secretaty of State has been olH daily informed thut tho President of tho Argeutlnu llepubllc has nppoiuted three delegates lo represent Hint llepub llc nt thu Congress of American States to be held In Washington in October next. Tho delegates are: Dr. Don Vlcenlcg G. Qucsadn, Envoy Extra ordinary and 31lnlster Plenipotentiary of thu Argentino Republic ht Washing ton; Dr. Don Iltxjuo Sncu. Pena, Envoy Extraoidlnary .and 3IInlsler Plenlt potcntlary of tho Argentine llepubllc at Uruguay; Dr, Don .Miumel Qulntaua, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary on a special lnUsIou, A Hud J'lnco to Walk. Addle Michel, 0 vc.irs old, whose parents live at C."il East Eager street, llaltimoie, was killed yestciday aftei't noon about 4:10 o'clock on tho Union Ilnllroud. Tho little girl and her grandmother wwo on their way to visit Sweet Homo Cemetery. Tho child slopped to play on the tiack and wns struck by ti Northern Central engine, which wns coming townrd tho city, Ilcrhcnd was" badly bruised, nnd her body wns thrown soma distance. Death resulted Instantly. Sho wns removed to hcrtliome In the patrol wagon, Pcaiis' 8oapjccures a beautiful complexion Lf.OAh XOTICUS. -3ffIN THE SUPREME COUIIT OF THE E' DISTltlCT OF COLUMBIA. The 8th day of April, 1&S9. Ida Ifahcl Thornton 1 . , vs. 5-So. lion. l.'q. Dockct20 Charles Thornton. ) Tho defendant tiavlnir been returned "not to ho found." and It belnc shown to tho satis faction of thu Court tho defendant Is n non resident, on motion of tho plulntlff, by Mr. 1' red. W.. Tones, her solicitor. It Is ordered that tho defendant. Clmrli-s Thornton, enusn his appearance to bo entered herein on or before tho llrst rule-day occurrlnu forty days after this day; othcrwlso tho eauso will be proceeded with as In ensoof default. Ihoohlcctnf this suit Is toinrocuro nil! vorco (i tlnevlo tnntilmonll n tho ground of willful abandonment and desertion for the full and uninterrupted period of more tlun two years. This order to bo puhllshod onco a weok for threo successive weeks In tho "Washington Law Itcportcr" nnd Tub Wasuinuton Ciiitic before said rule day. By tho Court. W. S, COX", Justice, &o. True copy. Test : It. J.Meios, Clerk, io. By M. A. CuNcr, Ass't Clerk. MIOTKM AtriJ JlKSTAIJJtAXTfl. HAltlHS ilC-USE-AMEIUCAN TLAN 2.50 and $3 per day; Pa. avo.. bet, 13th and 14th streets; special rates to paitlesuud permanent guests. miiE ollMA1)IE, Corner 15th and I streets northwost, . Opposite McPherson Square. II, M. CAKE, Proprietor. H OTEL CHAMBEBLIN. McPherson Square, FOIt LADIES AND OENTLEMEN. TnEMOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH INOTON. Arranncracnts can ho madp for HECErTIONS, IHNNEIl AND TIIEATHB PAHT1ES. Wines, Liquors and Cordials by the bottlo or case. WILLAItD HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. C. O. Q. STAPLES, lato of Thousand Is!. House, Proprietor. rpiIE CLAHENDON, 1 1101 N. Y. AVE,, COll. 1 ITU ST. Permanent and transient miosis accommoda ted. Modern Improvements. Cars to all parts of tho city pass tho door. MBS.-M. J. COLLEY. Proprietress. milK-EUlllTT. WASHINGTON, D. 0 Army and Navy Headquaitera. Four Iron Flro Ksoaixn. TEItMS-S'1.00 and 1.00 Per Day. fpUE ABLINCTON, J A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL, Vermont Avenuo. T, E. JtOKSSLE, Proprietor. Gn.-iUY iiousi:, EUHOl'KAN PIUN, Cor, Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St., NEW YOIIK CITY. JAMKS II. lllli:Sl.IN, Proprietor. QT. JAMES UOTtL, EUltOrBAN PLAN, SIXTH feTllEET AND PK.NNA, AVE., L. WOODllUltY. Proprietor "W ELCKEH'S IIOTBU . WAaiunuiu-s, u. u, EUKOPEAN PLAN, BOOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE. During the pact uumcr a new addition, has been erected containing the most luxu ilous restaurant rooms In tha city. B02OUm TU . 1'KLTEH, rrop. THE "DIAMOIIDS AND CLUDa." I A Hall r.iiiiin Tlnit was Mum 1,1 lie 11 SprlhtliiK Contest. Oenornl 'Curly ulo "has It lit" for new.sp.ip' r men nnd polleemen Hut not so bad ns he might have. That's why It only spilnklcd a llttlo Just ns the gumo of lull began nt the t'npltol Park yehtoidny nlteiuoon be tween the Diitmonds and Clubs. How ever, the game went on nnd the (pm-iii bled thousands got their money's worth. The cops went to stick llrst and .Mr. Pitcher I)jcr not on lo histlub witli the grace and tlnlsh of a connoisseur. lu 11 minute or two ho thwacked the leather a poll aud sent It out to centre Held where .Mr, KnulTmnu of thu Star 1 ejected It lu scorn, remarking, "there nreno.llles on me," Then Mr. Dyer trolled along Jiiuutlly down to llrst, and 3lr. Uoaidmauli uxlo up to the home plate ou a white hoiu and took up the bat. "It does not look like a but," ho said. "It tins no wings." "You can innkc a fl.) with It, all the wmie," replied that Jolly wag, 3Ir. Umpire llewett, and Mr. Ilourdmann proceeded. Ip do so, sending thu sphere over to left field, wheru Mr. Hurries stuck out his hand to cnteh It, but fell short In his calculations about 100 yards, nnd the ball dropped Into thu sod ubout six Inches, After this two men went out mid Mr. Dyer went In, gaining a line Moral tribute of lilacs for the first run. Shortly nftcrwaid tho sldo retired, and the Diamonds eamo In. 3lr. Sinnns struck out, and Jlcdlll went theie, loo, on tv short lick to left. Mr. Doyle came up smiling and kno-'ked the tlrst foul, then a blglly lo light and orgnnled mi excursion down to second. Hurries followed and took llrst on a hard lick In the leg wllli3Ir. Pitcher Dver's compliments. Divyer took the stick next, having hitched his while horse to Ilonrdmann's hltching-iiosi, und knocked the ball for n run. Mr. Har ries got lo second nnd made a sliding Jump for third, lauding ou it with a dull thud which made the Goddess of l.lbcityou the Capitol look iiioimd tp seo what had dropped. 3Ir. Hurrill hit thu ball a swipe, and Mr. lltfrrica came homo and then tried to run Hur rill in, but not being a policeman he was not successful and lliirrlli went out tit home. Sido out. This left thu score I to 'J in favor of the Diamonds. ln the next Innings a large nnd elu gant goose egg dropped on thu Clubs and tho Diamonds made two runs. Iu the tliliil the Diamonds were on to Dy er's spirnlllcs and they knocked thu ball until the ntr was full of files, aud the Clubs wero wearing muffs to keep their lingers warm, 31 r. Casey of the right Held began to loom up nbout.thls time ns a maker of points, und he pawed up the sod nil over right Held as the runs piled up. Finally the Dia monds (pill playing ball nnd gave their opponents n chance, having pulled in only fourteen runs. Doylo tipped the ball during the play and It took Umpire llewett In thu coat-tail and lie yelled "foul" with promptness and ills patch. No appeal was taken from his decision, In the first half the Clubs made ns many as two runs, In tho fourth thu Clubs tallied llvu runs nnd the Diamonds came in. Dyer went out, to right to rest his arm and 3Ir. Casey, who was 3Ir, Hagan's sub s Itute, came to tho box. And Casey got there. Ho lauded a goose-egg Into the Diamonds nnd nguiulnthcnu.M inn ing lie did the samo cruel thing, while the Clubs added 8 to, their credit, mak ing the .score nt the cud of the fifth inn ing IB to 20. Aim so it went, up mm down, all around, flies hero and there, muffs und tumbles and errors .and good play anil bad, through the ne.vt three Inning's. When tlio eighth wns fiulshed the gnmo wns called, and the mathema ticians got out their adding machine, nnd tho result was found to be: Diamonds, T Clubs, :10. The players were as follows: lteporters SImms, s. s.; 3IcQlll, 2 b.; Doyle. Ob.; Jones, p.; Harries, 1. f.; Dwyer, c.; Hurrill, lb.; ICnuffinan, e. f.;3IcSwcen, r. f. Policemen Dyer, p.; Ilourdmann, s. s.; Ferguson, 1 b.: Sandford, 3 b.; Kncr, a b. j Ghcrman, c,; "Welch, c. f.j Harrover, r. f.; Casey, 1. f. umpire waiter iicwctt. Bcnro hy Innings: Pollccmcn.,2 0 2 5 8 8 1 -1 0 Importers... -1 2 14 0 0 2 0 7 0 I'oul Tips. The audience was enthusiastic. The cooling boards wero damp. The tickets wero a o,uwter. Casey Is a "south paw" striker, Xobody made a homo run, Ohernuin put on a life-preserver when ho caught up to the bat. Dwyer can smoke n cigarette and play ball at one and the same time. Kauffman has the figure of u Vcmin de Milo. lie caught u fly. Ciiscy was n kicker, but ho had the crowd. Dyer's arm Is sore to-dny Jones wears his uniform In the shoit sleeve style, litm Ill's imistaclio got.ln his way, so he couldn't run. Umpire Hew itt was a righteous judge. Slmms caught. a short ball on his llncer. No Insurance. The "Clubs" weru better lookers Hum the "Diamonds." Ho.irdmtum and Dwyer hnvctwin hair. They don't play It on the black. Doyle knocked a foul over thu fence, Kverybody thought Casey was Hagan, but he wasn't. Ho wns Casey. 3IcGlll is tmitc pretty In a uulfoim. Harrover Isn't big but he Is lucky. 3IcSween runs like a man for olllco. "Welch Is American In his pluylng. Ferguson was put at first because he takes in whatever ho goes after. Harries is the great American slider. Tho game lasted two hours and llftccn minutes. Dyer broke it bat. The grand stand Is a great help to the catcher, Cascv will run Jones In tho first time he catches him oil his beat. Kvery policeman has a beat, but they didn't glvo it to the reporters. Ah, there, copplos! Two more games to play. I'rlmiosos vs. Newsboys. Tho rod Newsboys will play tho Primroses on Tuesday noxt at Capitol Park nt -1:30. City Maps. In rcsponso to n request by Captain Miade of tho Navy-Yard for a set of statls tlcal maps of Washhurton. tho Commission er!) have notlllcil him that none have becu published since 1SS0, but that maps shmv Ing pavements, sewers nnd water pipes will be published hi their noxt annual report. Superintendent Powell's T.eeturo, Superintendent . 1!. Powell addressed tho public school teachers yestciday after noon In tho lecturo-room of tholllgu School on 'Tonus ami Units of Government," There- was a larije attendance, aud tho loe tmer treated his subject lu a clear aud con cise niauner. ."Marlon ltlllt.it' Fair. A large crowd attended tho Marlon Hlllcs' Fair lat night. To-night there will ho a competitive drill, und tho gold med.il Is so haiidsome that every man will strive to carry off the prlro, Keleiised, Judge Cox yetterday gavo Mary V. West hrooh a divorce from John 11. westbrook, a canal boatman, who abandoued lior and took Ann l'euucll lu her placo, Waehlngton Safo Deposit Co., 010 Va. &TC. Storage Department all above ground, EAflLY Moniimo NEVV3, .StrlMiiK IndUnai Miners. The block coal miners of tho Hrail district, 2,000 In number, quit work to n man jesterday, because of the cxtr.t ordinary fediiellon from ninety to seventy cents for mining. Tho yearly scale under which the coal him been mined Ijie pnt year expired to tiny On account of the natural gns und fuel oils Ihe operators declnrctl a reduction lo place Ihem on an ciiuallly with Ohio unit PcmisylMiiiiii In competing for 11 market. They complain that having obtained u low price two yuan ago the operators fiom tlie.su two Status had, In 1111 lindei handed way, stolen their North western mm ket, besides Illinois opcrit tors, by timlei bidding anil Inferior coal lind helped to drive ltnull block coal from the market. A miners delegat meeting voted to strike and met with but small opposition. This Is the first, strike that lias occurred hem for five years. Of 1,000 bituminous miners less lb 11 11 100 are at work. Hut It rieusf.il tin. M iicwtunp At the annual meeting in New ork yesterday of the Civil Service Reform Association this resolution was adopted "lleolutl, That the. thanks of this 11s soclallon be, nud they hereby are tcndficd lo thu Might ltev It, C Poller for his Just and earnest statements of the duly of the President, in reference to the e.vcrclsc by him of the power of appointment tn olllco contained iu tho sermon delivered iu Sat. Paul'i Church ou the centennial anniversary of the In uuguiatlon of George Washington Gcoriso William Curtis was le eleelcd president. Oeruii .Nli'iiionlitps Itiieluc The steamers City of New York, fit v of Home nud the Tnnu crossed the bu nt Sunday Hook for their Ihiropuun ports Wcdtiedny morning nt 8:110, 8 t" and 0:10 o'clock respectively When the steamer State of Nebraska arrived yesterday she reported thai at l:!M yestciday afternoon she passed thu C'lly of New York leading the City of Home by eight miles, timrthu City of Home lending Ihe Travu by three miles. Shipping men say that the prospects of mi ocean race between tliethreesleamers arc good. 1'noltMl With 11 Pistol. Mls Jessie Iteuulng wns fatally shot In Peorln, 111,, Wednesday. Shu was in the olllco of Win, S;otl, a real estate ngi'iit. Thu young lady picked up a revolver which was supposed to have only cuiDly shells, turned it toward her self with thu remurk, "I wonder If I can kill myself." There happened to be ono loaded shell In tho revolver, and this exploded, tho bullet entering her head. Miss Henulng was 18 years of agu and was engaged tu Scott Captain K. Jr. Varil Diniil. Captain II 31. Yard, a retired naval oftlccr, died al Trenton, N. J., yoster day, aged 78 years. Ho entered the service lu 1827, He served In the3Iux lean war, and commanded tho United Slates sloop Halley" ln 1801 aud 180.!. He did ordnance duty in the Brooklyn Nnvy-Yaril in 1803 and lu Pittsburg 'in 1801. In lbil. he resigned, and was re tired 3ray (1, 1800. Fie will bo burled at Pittsburg to-morrow, "Marjlaml firebugs Arrostud. The ice-houso of F. I. Lewis, al. Frederick, 31d., burned "Wednesday night. Thu lire was of Incendiary origin, and the loss wns $2,000, partly insured. Yesterday E: Cole, jr., ami R. Phillips, each about 18 years of age, were arrested, charged with tho crime Other arrests will be made, and It Is thought that the perpetrators of other Incendiary tires uro now under arrest A TrtiKMirer Mhlps, Samuel Fcsscndcu, treasurer of the. Capo Cod Ca11.il Company, tho Uni tarlan Church, etc., and custodian of the funds of the Episcopal Church ut Sandwich, 3Iass., 1ms skipped thu town, taking all available funds and his family with hint nnd leaving little be hind except unpaid debts. .Murdered Ills Mother. Elmer J. Sharkey was convicted 11L Eaton, Ohio, on "Wednesday, of murder in tho first degree, for having killed his mother. He admitted the killing, thu defense being insanity. Senutor (tonnan's Ilrnther 3Iarylnml Republicans nro still making efforts, which prove unavailing thus fur, to have Mr. Calvin ftorman re moved from his position as a special agent In the Treasury Department Secretory "Wlndoin declines to net pre cipitately in the matter. 3Ir. 3Iudd. the Republican contestant for Barnes Compton's seat ill Congress, is quoted ns threatening to givo up his contest for tho seat If 3Ir, Gorman Is not removed at once. Current)- Circulation. The Treasury Department's monthly statement of changes in circulation during April past shows a net increase during the month In circulation amount Ing to $7,700,083. Thero was an in craiko of $7,788,272 in gold certificates., $;S,07G,r'J4 in silver certificates, nnd $1,281,004 in United States notes; nnd 11 decrcaso of $3,102,500 In national bank notes, $1,002,507 ln standatd sliver dol Inrs, $005,072 in gold coin, and $85,00.5 iu subsidiary sliver. The Old IVur-Shlp Constitution. Secretary Tracy is contemplating the removal of the historic old ship. Con. stitutlon, from the Portemouth, N. II , Navy-Yard to Washington. The Ports mouth people oppose tho lemovnl, while "Wabhlngtonlans think the Potorauc as the proper berth for the old war-ship to rest in. An IiitcrostlnK Murder Trial. The trial of Carlton II, 3larks for killing Nathaniel 31, Haln on the 7th of last 3InrcU commenced at Sussex Court-houso yesterday. Tho case n cited great intciest, and a largo crowd is ln attendance. To riiulleo lluecs vlu I'eiiiisj Uuiila It. It. The annual spring meeting of thu Mary land JocKqy Club wit bo held nt l'lmllco Tuesday, weduotday, Thurnilay hwI I'rl dav.Muy7, 8,0 and 10. Ihe races promise to bo tho most Inter cstlug nnd attractlvo of thu season No Ices than live races uro slated fur each day, and will undoubtedly bo spirited Special trains fortho-e desiring to attend will leavo 1 Vnn; lvanla It, It, Station, 81xlh and 1! streets, at 1 p. in. each da), returning nt conclusion of tho racos at thu low rate of $2 for the round trip, Tho 1'iiiiltuhlu llulldlnc Association, 1 ho Equitable Building Association, at Its meeting last night, made their 113th monthly advance to their shareholders, at thdrofllccs, Knultublu llulldlng,tunoiinting to $4U,(sT0, nt an average premium, of 1'J per rent. The seventeenth Issue started this month (Mil) 1 wlthlt first payment- Hint Old Sewer. Lieutenant Veruouof tho Vourth Pic edict ha written to tho Commissioners ri'commcuillug precautions to picvvnt lo of life In the James Creek Cauul. lie re fers to the fact that thero aro neither barrl cades nor lamps aud to tho numerous 11111 ruw escape from drowning recently Our Stock Is I'umplutn Aud cvy) garment a seasonable I jrjjulij. llavoyou seen the suits wo am selling for W.M),410 and $12.50, guaranteed perfc t fitting aud llnUlieil lu first class stylo r Kisi'.mam linos., 7th .V K, Manufjcturlug Clothiers and Tailors, AOnvcrnor Herenudotl, (lovernor Kornkcr was serenaded at thu Ebbltt House last night, and ln response to calls mado a brief address. He will reuulu lu the city eevcral days. :!' ,0?A u f.v.