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'JIE WASHINGTON CRITIC; MON DAT EVENING, MAY 0, 188!). h KI'tUlAl. tuilOMt). trrjr-sKMAi. ruvtscis and iu'Ildinu "-' ASSOCIATION. K1.P.VKNT1I ANNUAL MKKTlXU. 'rlirio'cvcnth annual mrotlnirol the NKIltAl. KAVINfW AND lll'll.llINO ASSOCIATION, nril alo In conjunction with tlio same, I ho lirtt incttltic for tho payment ot dues on tlio MWlwcnly-thlrd lsuonf utock. will bo held nt tho association's hall, Gift ,th st. n.w., WKDNKSDAY, the Mil lint.. nt7:.10 o'olojk ti. m. Hlmre urn At each, nnvahlo monthlr. eiimincncinir with tho current mnnlh. Tho hi o tho i other secretary anil treasurer will KUbmlt I letcnf linnmml rflhnrl. (Ifileors toscrti fnmlnjr year will bo elected, and audi other business will be transacted lis may properly i otne iicic.ro u.o mrcunir, i no secretary ami treasurer will ba at the meeting nt 7 0'el.ielc to rccclic subscriptions nnd payments of ltie. IIOBT. (1. CAMP1IKI.L. President, fi17 10th nt. it. w. JNO. A, PIU'.SCOTT, Secretary and 'Ireus titer, Kclk-gtf IlnlhllnB, lilt) l-'st. n. w. Ksfoii BAsv FKirr viMT nTi7wiirrK, :' chiropodist, 1410 l'n. avo., opposite Wlllnrd's.llotcl. All diseases ot tho feet suu ecusfully treated by Dr. A. (1. White, son of tho lute Oconto A. Whit Dr. White has been connectcil with his father's business hero and In llaltlmnro lor nearly nlnotoon years. Kstabllshcd In Washington 1MI. I'ce, $1 per lslt. Homo, 8 to 0; Sundays, 0 to 1. KI5f SIIMAL 8AVINOM AND UUIl.tJINCI ZX? ASSOCIATION. NEW B3D ISSUE OK STOCK. The book!! for subscription to stock In tho new 83d lnu o( the Serial Savings and llulld Inn Association ate nowopen and duel can be iwd on tho romo any day from B o'clock a m. to 4:80 o'clook'p. rn. nt theTjnico of the Secre tary and Treasurer, John A.Proseott, KellouK llufldlnjr. No. HHI F Mreet northwest. Hharos nrc $1 cocli, commenchiBWltli May and pay able monthly thereafter. ,Tho Inal Issue of stock was tho largest th0'''Scrlal" has made, and tho present one. It Is expected, will bo an largoi II not larger. Tho business of tho Serial" for tho pant yoarhasbcen exception ally prosperous. No better opportunity could bo offered for Investment of monthly saving wboro Interest nt the rate of 6 per cent, per annum Is promisod and always paid. llOIIKItT O. CAMPBELL. President, 017 10th street n.w. JJfO. A.PItESCOTT, Secretary and Treasurer, 1410 K st. u.w. ISP"- D. H. MOUIUS CO.. SIS dth st. n. w. FINU oTATIONEflY, ENVELOPES AND BLANK BOOKS. Manufacturers' ArctiU for Paper, Boxes. I'AI'EK AND FIIIKTERS' SUPPLIES. m OAS FIXTURES. FULL SIOCK OF NEW STYLES Can he seen at C. A. MUDDIMAN'S. 1-200 K STltETKT NORTHWEST. THE LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED. Examine his NEW OAS COOKISO RANGES The Best for tho Price. K55TTANNER'S STENOORAPHIO AND KS? TYPE-WRIT1NO BUREAU. Conducted Pemonallr by (Late Chief Stenographer, New York Stato legislature and Supreme Court.) No 1315 V street (Sun Building). Expert Short-hand and Type-writing Work, Including foreign languages, solicited at tho usual rates. STUDENTS In Short-hand and Type-wrltinc received at any time. Stenog- ranhera furnished business men. Circulars. Telephone Call. 1177-3. twi "THE WASHINGTON ARCHITECT URAL IRON AND BRIDGE WORKS, EDWAnD L. DENT, M. E., Proprietor. The best facilities In tho city for all kinds of Iron work. steel Beams, Anglos, etc., always In stock. Fine Ornamental Casts and wrought-Iroo Work a specialty. ... Repairs and general machine work dono In the best manner and at short notice. Solo Licensees In tho District of Columbia for the "Goetz-MitcheU" system of Beam Anchors and Fotcctors. Works: Cor. 83d and Water Streets; Telo phone, 428-3. Office: 1413 G Strcetn. w.; Telephone, 423-3. Washington. D. C. KBf-KINGSLEY BROS-' CREAMERY CO. Vt Standard Cash Prices For onr unequalled dairy products delivered by our Aldcrney (lato Ward's) wagons. The best pure sweet milk, per qt 8o " " cream " 34o " " buttermilk, per qt 4o " " skim milk, per qt 4o K. B. Creamery Print Butterbur own muko, the best and purest,! So. per pound. Twenty-six 4-cent tickets for 51 can bo ob tained from our wagons or at oQlce, 9!9 and 831 Jj.street northwest. pgy CONFECTIONERY. Confectionery, Faro Candlos, Cakes, rios, Nuts, Foreign and Domestto Fruits, at GEORGE W. WEIDMAN'S, 803 l'a. ave. . e. t35T" LADIES I LADIES I LADIES I Ja Mrs. HcCaffert; Is tho only hat and bonnet-framo manufacturer In tho city. Call and see her new shapes. Bleaching aud preaunr.",! Straw .and VeUIIata;sdUred,to the latest styles. Orders promptly attended to.'- ' lOOi) Q street n.w. 25Tl'UILLirS, LAMAIl ZACUHY, Kay ATTORNEYS, Bun Building, .... 1315 F street. HT SOUTHERN INVESTMENTS IN Coal. Iron and Timber Lands. A. K. HANDLE ben to call ths aneelal at- Untlonot persons desiring to acquire suck property In large or small traota at the very lowest prices. -Full particulars on applica tion. Address 803 7tb st, n. w.. Washing ton. D.C. Adeittlitrruats unaer' Mm Ituut.Jour llnetor Uts, 25 coiti for out Initrtlon; 50 nfs for thru. TT7-OR RENT-UNFURNISHED, l214Fstnw,23 rs 1701 R I avo n w, 17 rs 14)3 Mass ave, 17 rs ,.. 1409 Mass ave u w 1228 M st n w, 15 rs 1816Nstnw,13 rs 1730Mnssave, 17 rs 1700 15th st n w, 10 rs 1125 10th st 11 w, 13r 1(125 Mass ave, 13 rs 1728 1 stn w, 13 rs JNX) 14th Ht n v, Ors mul store, 101881st stn w, 11 rs,,.,,; 1401 stonghton st, 11 rs lOOOBstn w, w h 615 12th st n w, 13 rs 1323 Q st 11 w, 11 rs. .,.., NH E st 11 w. 11 rs ,JiV)0l , 208 3. ,. 200 01 ,. 100 U ,, 12.1 00 ,. 125 00 ,. 123 00 ,. 115 07 ,. 113 00 ,. 100 00 ., 83 33 ,. 83 33 ,, 83 33 ,. 83 31 .,80 03 ,. 75 00 .. 73 00 73 00 70 00 tu? jui Bnw,iin u w ; 2023 O st n w, 11 rs and stable 70 00 I 17 12th st 11 w, 11 rs toi 18th stn w. 66 67 123 1 st n w, 0 rs 1415Nstnw.il rs (21 12th st n w.storo and dwg.... 2012 lllllyer Place, 0 rs 1448 N stn w, 10 rs 1008 10th st n w, 9 rs l011Nstnw,8 rs ItOl (J stn w,0 rs ,,...... 1009 11 stn w, Ors 1U23 lSthstn w,D r UW'Mstnw, 7 rs 15S8 Fierce Placo, 10 rs,..., 1, 2410 14th st n w, 10 rs 1408 Chapln st, 0 rs 1607 15th st n w. 10 r 1124 Conn ave, 10 rs 1330 Rlggs st 11 w,B r 1333 Itlggs st n w, 0 rs ,,,,. 1331 Rlggs st n w, 0 rs 05 00 (1100 CO 00 00 00 55 00 60 00 MOO 50 00 45 00 45 00 4.100 4100 40 00 40 00 40 00 40 00 33 00 35 00 35 00 30 00 30 00 21 00 2.100 22 00 U13 J3I 81 S W, 0 TS... lfcOB 16th stn w, Ors.. .,,... lMI20tlistnw,8 rs 1507 Caroline st, 7 rs , 14 10 It I ave n w, 7rs 1007and 1009 L stn w, (1 rs 2281ststsw, Ors..., ,, 222 lit sts w.Qn 10 43 1.100 15 00 The above houses can bo examined by per mlt from our afllco only, THOMAS J. FISHER & CO. 1321 F st n w. "POR "UBNT- 605 12th st, 15 rs , $100 00 27 Iowa Circle. 14 rs 83 33 3327 N stn w, 13 rs CO 03 1029 22d st, 10 r MOO 1448 N St II W,0r 60 00 1002 Vermont avo. 10 rs.... 60 00 225Astne,8rH 33 00 223Astne,8rs , 1 s.1 31 ilCtjOstne.Srs... ., , 30 00 1 and 3 Saul Building , ,.,.,. 27 00 27 Iowa Circle, furnished 125 00 l22UFnav), Ors.., 13 60 1415 list no, house and store, ...... 18 80 732 21st St. 13 rs 00 00 617 Sjiruco st, Srs , 82,10 1413 W st n w, 8 rs 22 80 617 104b st, 0 rs 15 30 125 11 st n o. 6 rs and stablo 13 IAI 10 30 10 50 11 50 10 00 10 00 10 30 10 60 0 00 M2 Oth st n 0, 6 rs 1223 K st s o, 5 rs , 1500 Ualosst, Ors 3 Bladensburg road, 0 rs -, ... HflMstse, Or 1,70 ltlm st, 11 rs 1 5 houses, 13th and Kentnoky ave JO Dlngronn Placo, 4 rs ,,,,,.,. CHAS. E. BANES, N, W, Cor. istli ud 0 its. n.w. .S'l'l.'U I At. XOTIVKS. trT" NOT1CK 13 IIKKKDY (IIVKN THAT KX thostih-orlptlonbooKsof tbotleorgo town nnd Tennllytown ltallroad Company will Vc open for rubvililkm on HATUIl DAY. May 4. HH, and Inrton tbiys iicstcn mine thereafter, nt tho office of the National Metropolitan Bank. riEO. II. II. WIIITi:, Treasurer. By older of the llnnid of Directors. n. fi DItUJI, President. JOHN K. 11KA1.L. Secretary. ISST'TltOSBWllrf DIlSlItK COMKOItf IN hot weather placo their order for Shirts early In spring, so call on P. T. HALL, wa rst. n. w., SDin manei-anu lurnisner. ronvtux maims. KST-l'OSTOlTR'K NOTICi: (SHOULD nr. a!' i iiRjin dailv by all Interested, as chances may occur at any time).- Letters for forclRii countries need not be specially ad dressed for dispatch by any particular steamer, except when It Is desired to send dtiplloatos of bunking nnd commercial docu ment, letters not specially addressed bolnr sent by the fastest vci'oti available. Porelgn malls for the week ending May 11 will cloto (promptly In all cases) at this onlce as follows: llONDAY.-At 3 p. m. for Bcllr.c, Puerto, rotter, and Uuatemnla.pcr s.. Itroakwnter, irom rcw uricuns; ni a p. m. loriTniiuo. per s. ,.'. oterl, lr.,irom ewurlcuns;nt I p.m. for Trinidad and Tobago, via Trinidad ner a. s. llAlnir TUESDAY. At a p. m. for Porto Rico direct, her s. . Wcnslcydalci nt .1 p. m. for Blue fields, per s. s. Harlan, from New Orleans: at a p. m. for Truxlllo and Huntan, per s. s. 1'lzr.ntl, from New Orleans. WEDNESDAY. At 7:30 a. m. for Ireland, per s. s. (lallln, vltt Qticcnstown (letters lot Great Britain and other European countries must bo directed "ier Gallia"); nt 7:30 a. in. fur Europe, per s. s. Ijitm, vlaSouthamptnn and Bremen (letters for Ireland must bodl reeled "perl.nlui");nt 8::K)n. ro. for Belgium direct, pers. a. Bclgcnland, via Antwerp (letters musi oe uirccicu "per ueigenianirj; at 1 p. in.-for Cnmpnchc, Chiapas, Tnhasco nnd Yucatan, per . . City of WnsVlngton (letters for Cuba, via Havana, fgrTamnlco and Tuxpnm direct, nnd for other Mexlram States, via Vera I'rux, must bo directed "per City of Washington'"). . . TIlllliSDAY. At a, m. for the Netherlands, via Rotterdam, per n. s. Rotterdam (letters must ho directed "per Rotterdam"): at 11 n. in. fur Fortune Island and Haytl; tiers, s. AllsUv (letters for Savanllla, A.O., must ho dlicclcd "perAllsn"): ntl p. m. for Ber muda, per n. a. Trinidad; at i p. in. or Has fan.N, P., ami Santiago, Cuba, per s. . Santiago; ntx::i0 p. m. for New Koundland, per steamer from Ilnlifux; at Htm p. m. for st. rierre-Mlquclon, per steamer from Hall--fax. FRIDAY', At 1(1 a. m. fov Central Amcrloa and South 1'nclflc ports, pers. s- Newport, via Asplnwall (letters for Guatemala must bo directed "per Newport)'). SATURDAY. At- 10 n. m. for Norway di rect per s.s, HcktaOetters must be directed "per llekln"); ut 10 a. m. for France, Swlttcrlnnd, Italy, Spaln-and Portugal, per s. h. U (lascogne, via Havre; at 10 a. m. for St. Croix nnd St. Thomas, via St. Croix, also Windward Islands direct, per s. s. Bar rncouta; at 10:30 a, m. .for Great Britain, Ireland, Ilolgliim, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway. Rus sia and Turkey, tier s. s. Elbe via South ampton iiml Bremen (letter must bo (II reo(cd pcr"Elbe"): at 11 a. m. for Jamaica, Ore ytown, and f or Costa Rica, via IJmon, pers. s. Alps; at 11 n. in. for Scotland di rect, per a. a. Clrcassla, via Glascow (let lers must bo directed "per Clrcassla"); at 11 n. in, for Europe, per s. s. Umbrla, via (Jucenstown (letters for Franco, Switzer land, Italy, Spain and Portugal, must be di rected "per Umbrla"); at 1 ti. m.for Cuba, via Havana, per 8. s. City of Columbia (let ters must ho directed "per City of Colum bia"). ' Malls for China and Japan, per s. s. Cltyot New York (from San Francisco), clo hero May 12th. at 7 p. m. Malls for tho Hawa iian Islands, per s. s. Umatilla Urom San Francisco), close hero May 18th, at 7 p. m. Malls for the Society Islands, per ship Ta hiti (from San franclsco), closo hcru May 24th, nt 7 p. m. Malls for Australia, Now Zealand, Hawaiian, FIJI and Snmoan Islands, pers. s. Mariposa (from San Fran cisco), closo hero Mny 30th, at 7 p. m. (or on arrival at New York of s. s. Auranla, with British malls for Australia). Malls for Cuba by rail to Tampa, Fla., and thenco by steamer, via Koy West, Fla., closo at this office dally at 2:30 a. m. Tho schedule of closing of Trans-Pacldo malls Is arranged on tho presumption of their uninterrupted overland transit to San Fran cisco. Malls from tho East arriving on tlmo at San Francisco on tho day of sailing of steamers aro dispatched thence tho same day. Registered mall closes at 0:30 p, m. pro vlous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster. Fosiorricr. New Yonn, N. Y., May 3d, HBO. WAXTMlt JUH.V. Adrerllitmtnlt vrultr tM$ luad, four llnrtor liu, 25 tenlior one Iruerllm; CO ctntifor Ihret, SunANTEDACOLOTIED'tL VV to nurse; one who will stay nt night and. needs a good home. Apply Tuesday morning at 1905 F at. "TITANTED FIRST-CLASS DINING-ROOM VV servant. Apply Immediately, 040 New York ave n w. LADIES TO MAKE WORSTED ADVER tlsement Cards at home; S t to $8 weekly; outfit, lCc, SodgewlckNavely Co.,Ncw Haven, Conn. irAXXEnatlHOMLLANEO US. Adttrtltniaitt vntlr Mil htail. fonrllnuor tn, 25 cents fir an Intertlon; 60 emit for thret. 'VBOST(fNLSYTCUSTOKD'rOA J. nlco home, would llko tho charge of a house In this city during tho absence of the family. Address M., Critic office. tr ANTEDOLD GOLD AND SILVER VV bought tor cash by WM. FRIEDB RICH, tho manufacturing jeweler. 000 7th St., opp Patent Office. ron jixxTitooM8, Advrrtlttmenti vndtrthlt head, four lint) or till, 25 ctnttfor on Inwtlo.i; 60 ctnti for thrte. CTRETTJoRrHWKSTToTMTrLAHGE front room; southern oxposure; sultnblo for- one- or two gontlemcn; references ex- changed. F for . 'OR RENT-14J1 G STREET. NEXT TO the comer lotu st, nve floors; arranged iui vsMs-sj uov. uuv nuivii uvnv niniaui and nil In tho best condition. W. S. THOMP SON, Pharmacist, 703 15th st ran halm axd muxt. TJEAL ESTATE BULLETIN "' TII03. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F strcot. Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays, THREE -STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. Oth st, bet K and L n w $30,000 400 M stn w, bh.mi, 14 rs 22,500 623 and 625 II st n w, b li, and 5 houses rear 22,000 018 1 st n w. b h, m 1, 13 rs 16,000 I73011stnw. bh, ml, 14 rs., ,... 15,000 62.') 11th st n w, b h, m I, u rs 11,000 4138dstu.w, bh, ra I. Mrs 12,500 I0l3l0thstn w.bh.ml. 10 r 12,000 909Mstnw,bh,m l,13rs ,,.. 11,000 207Gstnw,bh,ra 1, 10 is 8,000 TWO-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR SALE. 2210,to2234Bdystnw, bh,4rs 810,000 2024 to 2012 Bdy stn w,bh,4 ra 13,700 2211 to 2229 10th stnw, bh,5rs 13,000 2 too 7lh st roadt ,. 11,300 1783 to 1743 E at n w, 6 rs 0,000 701 to 709 Farragut st n w, b b, 5 rs 0,000 1901 R st 11 w, III, 8 rs 7,000 I to 0 alley bet M and N, 12th nnd 13th stsnw.. ! 0.000 1130 to 11511 83d st n w, f h,4rs u,ooo 735 2d stn w, bh, ors 2,000 UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE. Per foot. K st, bot 16th and 1711m w $1 00 Pa avo, bet Oth and 7th sts s 0 ,,.,. 200 Del avo, bet 11 and C sts no 1 80 10th st. bet M and Nnw ,. 1 75 18th st, bet I, and Mnw 1 60 21th st. bet Laud Mn w 1 CO Hopkins st, bet O and Pn w 1 2.1 II st, bet N II avo anil 23th t 11 w 1 25 131 st, bet Canal and O n w 1 00 NocorNHavoandFst n w ,,,70o HOUSES FOR RENT. Per month. ThoMaltbr. NJavoandBst n w,.....Sl.ooo 18121 stn w, fur, 14 rs 125 00 8052 v st n w, fur, 13 r ,....,. 80 00 13.191. t nw.iorg 7500 1738 F St 11 W, 13 rs 80 00 203! 1 stnw, 11 rs coco MlFetnw, 10 rs , 60 00 1334 Corcoran st n w, 13 r....1 60 00 2818 V st n w, 10 rs , '.. 60 00 153714tllBtn w,8 rs...- 45 00 200D stnw, 10 rs, 40 60 810 Maple avo, Lo Droit Park, 11 rs 40 00 81011 stnw, 7 r 40 00 1411 11th stnw, 11 rs 35 00 12i40thstnw. 7rs 30 00 1520 Kingman Place 11 w,7rs 30 00 Tcnnallytown Road, 8 rs 25 CO 8210 It st n w, 7 rs 23 60 UILstnw,7 rs 23 00 REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT. Safe as U, S. bonds: 0 per cont., 'pjyablo quarterly; In sums $100 to $1,000; small pro mlum charged. In sums to suit nt 0 per cent. The above Is only a portion of tho property on my books. Fur full list call nt officu for bulletin. Immod on the 1st and 16th. J,L.Wiuxrr. 9. If. GwTitxx. CIRCLE MARKET. Vermont avo. nnai.it. n. Wi Choice Groceries, Meats and FrovtslouSi The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices, XCUkCttPCdftUTWOd fro.: JOK NAl.li novum. TOll SAl,EHutiEsTW"VV"W, """ U one-half square east nf Oimiccllviit live', line location1, best condition; 8 room brlckiSbntbs'.vlieap. IH.KO N. near 15th st. n. w.'l-room brl)k,1argo lot; fine location; overlooks Vlce l'reldcnt Morton's; very eheap 7,00 U. near 1Mb st. n.w.,8-room brick; well I'.nlilicd 0,500 10th, near M st n.w., 10-runm brick; ex cellent order JM 1.1lh st, near U st. n. w, K-room brick; I'.ncly finished 7,700 For permits to Inspect above houses apply ntciiroflitc. 11. F. GILBERT A CO., . c.Fstuw. fiV)R BA LB-SEVERAL BEAUTIFUL NEW J. G-room houses, with batn, range, eta., In the notlhweit; near tlth and 7th st. cars Srleoonly J'i.soo raoh; K street, near llth, 11,r00. Also on Cleveland avenne, (Irs, for ttfltoi On S, bet Kith nnd 17th sts 6.000 " Ust, betinthand lUth sts 0.00 "16th. betTandU sts 7,r,0O " lath.betl'andt) sts O.GOO " O.bct lilth and 14th sts.wlth stahlo 7.000 " Boundary, near nth st, new house. 3,a,0 " Marlon st, bet 0th and 7lhnw A.'Mn Amly to J. W. F. MYERS A SON, 1420 New York nve. I?RANK 8. CONGER. ! 15 V Street. HOUSES FOR BALK-NW.-SECTJON. Massachusetts ave., $90,000, 815,000,, 1 13.000, H0.C00, 105,000, 25,00O. Conneotluut ave., IM.COOr' $31X000, $,000,-I17.000s- . Vermont ave.. $34,000. $80,000. Ilhodo Island ave., I-X0O0, $30,000, iilfiOO. ieth street, oo,oo, 75,wo,. iJr.ow. IBtliBtrtct. $28,000, I street, $S5,. K street, $31,000. M strccWtCWKO, $40,000, 130,000. N Mltet, iidOO, $35,000, $I7,000, $10,000. P street.fU.WO, $8,(100, $700, 8tttct. '$20,0(0 ' lllllyera'lsee. $18,000. , Ncwllampsblre ave. and 25th St., $9,000. , Dooms uudcr $20.0TO and unimproved prop erty In all parts ot the city. FRANK H. CONGER, 1415 F street. " TOM HAMliM IHCMTjhAXnOtlS. IrOH HALE.-4MNCH STAR BICYCLE; ! drstelass condition; $23. 2129 L st. n. w Iron SALF..-BAY HORSE. 8 YEARS OLD, ' 10) hands high; good driver; work any where: suitable for n coupe. Apply 0117th st. n.w. ltAll.HU ABU. Baltimore). & OhlorRallroad. Schcdulo' in Effect March 10th; 1889. Leave Washington from Station Corner of New Jersey avenue and C street. Fon CnicActo nnd Northwest, Vestlbuled Limited express dally 8.65 a. m., expross9.05 p.m. Fon Cincinnati, St. Louis and Indianapolis, express dally, 3.00 and 11.10 p.m. Fon PiTTsauiio and Cleveland, Vestlbuled Limited express dally 8.65 a. m. and express 9.05 p. m. Fon Lexikoton and Local Stations tlO.10 a.m. , Fon Baltimoue,. week days, 3.00, 6.30. 0.40, 7.30, 8.30, 0.30 (4.1 minutes), 9.45, 11.25, (45 min utes) a, in., 12.10, 2.05, 2.30. (43 minutes), 3.15 (4.1 minutes) 3.25, 4.30, 4.33, 5.30, 188.8.131.52,7.30, 8.00,9.45,10.30 and 11.80 p.m. Sundays, 0 30, 8.30,9.30,9.43,11.25 n. m.i 1.10, 2.03, 2.30,3.23, 4.30,4.35,8.43, 7.30, 8.00, 9.45, 10.30 and 11.30. p.m. Fon Wat Stations between Washington , and Baltimore, 6.00, 8.40, 8 .SO a. m., 12.10, 3.25 4.35, 6.43, 11.30 p. m. Sundays, 8.30 a. m., 1.15 3J25, 4.85; 0.4 11.80 p.m. ' Tiiains leavo Baltimore for Washington, weekdays, 5.10, 6.20, 6.30, 7.15, 7.20, 8.00(43 minutes), 9.00, 9.03, 10.15 (45 minutes), a. m.; 12.10, 1.45, 2.00, 3.00, 4.15 (43 minutes), 5.00, 6.00, 0.30, 7.60, 8.03, 10.0.1, 10.10 and 11.00 p. m. Sun dnys, 6.80, 7.15, 8.00 (45 minutes), 0.00,9.03, 10 25 a. m 12.60, 1.45, 2.00, 4.15, 5.00, 0.30, 7.60, 8.05, 10.05, 10.10 and 11.00 p.m. Fon ANHArous, 8.40 and 8.30 ft. m., 12.10 and 4.33p.m. On Sundays, 8.30 a.m., 4.33 p.m. Leavo Annapolis 6.40, 8.37 a.m., 12.03, 4.10 p. ra. Sundays, 8.37 a. m., 4.10 p.m. Fon stations on the Metropolitan Branch, 10.85, 10.10 a. m (1.15 p. ro. for principal sta tions only, 110.10 a. m., T4J15 and tr.30 p. m. Fon GAiniKnsnuno and Intermediate points, 19.00 a. m tl2.30, t4.40, 'S.zs, til SO p, m. Fon Boyd's and Intermediate stations, 17.00 p. m., 110.00 p. m. Cnuiiru train leaves Washington on 8nnday at 1.13 p.m., stopping at all stations on Met ropolitan Branch. FonFiisrimcK, -tlO.lOn. m, tl.35 and 15.30 p.m. Sundays, 1.15p.m. ron II1UEIUTDWN.1IU.1U U. Ul. KUUTJU I..1U. Trains Anmvn from Chicago dally 8.35 n. m. and 0.33 p. m.; from Cincinnati and St. Louis dally c.20 a. ro. nnd 1.65 p. m; from Pittsburg 8.35 a. m., 17.20 and 9.35 p. m. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA DIVIS ION. Fon New Youk, Trenton, Newark and Eliz abeth; N. J., 18.00, 9.80, 'HAI n. m., 'aso, 4.16 and '10.30 p.m. Buffet Parlor Cars on all day trains. Sleeping car on tho 10.30 p. m.. open at 9.00 p.m. Fon PiuuDELrBiA, Newark, Wilmington, and Chester, 18.00, SM0, IU'5 a. in., 'MO, 4.15, B.OO and 10JO p. m. Fon Atlantic Cur, '11.25 ft. m. Fon intermediate points between Balti more and Philadelphia, C30 a. m. '2.05 and 14.30 p. m. Trains ieave New York for Washington, 8.30, 111.00 a. m.,10, 230, 4.43 p.m. and 12.00 night. Trains leave Philadelphia for Washington, 4.10, 8.18, 11.15a.m., 11.45, '1.15, S.Wand 7.30 p.m. lExccpt Sunday. 'Dally. SSunday only. Vaggago called for nud checked from hotels and residences by Union Transfer Company on orders left at ticket offices, C19 and 1351 W.M. CLEMENTS, CnAS. O. SCULL, General Manager. Gen. Pass. Ag't. The Great Pennsylvania Route To the North, West and Southwest. Double Track. Splendid Soencry. Steel Rails..'' Magnificent Equipment In Eitect FESROAnr SI, 1889. Trains leave Washington from Btatlon, cor ner of sixth and B streets, as follows: Fon Pittbbvrb and the West, Chicago Lim ited Express of Pullman Vestlbuled Cars at 9.60 a. ro. dally; Fast Line, 9.60 a, m. dally to Cincinnati and St. Louis, with Sleeping Cars from Pittsburg to Cincinnati and Ilarrlsburg to st, 1.0ms: uauy, except saturuay, 10 v,ni eago, with sleeping Car Altoona to Chicago. Western Express at 7.40 p. m dally, -with Sleeping Cars Washington to Chicago and St. Louis, connecting dally at Ilarrlsburg with throngh Sleepers for Louisville and Memphis, l'acltio Express, 10.00 n. m. dally for Pittsburg and the West, with through sleeper to Pitts burg, and Pittsburg to Chicago. BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. Fon Erie, Canandaioua and Rochester dally; for Buffalo and Niagara dally, exoent Satuiday, 10,00 p. m., with Sleeping Car Wash ington to Rochester. Fon WiuiAMsroRT, Lock Haven and El mlru, at 9.60, a. m. dally, except Sunday. Fon New York and tho East, 7.20, 0.00, 11.00, and 11.40 a.m.; 2.10,4.10, 10.00 nnd 11.20 p,ra. On Sunday, 0.00. 11.40 a. m.; 2.10, 4.10, 10,00 and 11.20 p.m. Limited Express of Pullman Par lor Cars, 9.40 a. m. dally, except Sunday, and 3.45 p, m, dally, with Dining Car. Fon Boston without change, 2.10 p. m. every day. Fon Brookltn, N. Y.. nil throngh trains connect at Jersey City with boats of Brooklyn Annex, affording dlicct transfer to Fulton street, avoiding double (errlago across New York City. For FiiiLAmaniiA, 7.20, 8.10, 9.00, 11.00 and 11.40a.m., 2.10, 4.10, 0.00,'B.lO, 10.00 and 11.20 p.m. on Sunday, 9.00, 11.40 a.m., 184.108.40.206, U.fO, 8.10. 10.00 and 11.20 p, m. Limited Ex press, all Parlor Cars, 0.40 a. in. week days, anil 3.43 p, m. dally, with Dining Cars. Fon Atlantic City, 11.00 and 11.40 a. m. week days. Foa Baltimore, 6.33, 7.20,8.10, 0.00, 9.40, 0.50, 11.00 nnd 11.40 a. m 12.05,2.10, 3.4.1, 4.10,4.20, 4.40, u.w, 7,w. e-.iv, iv.w anu ii.vup. m. un Sunday. 9.(0. 9.05. 0.60. 11.40 a. m.. 2.10. 3.45. 4,10, 6.00, 7.40, 8.11), 10.00 and 11.20 p. m. Fon PorE's Crlek Line, 7.20'a. m.andl.lO p. m. dally, except Sunday. For ANNAroi.is, 7.20 and 9.00 a. m 13.03 and 4.0 p, in. dally, except Sunday. Sundays, 9.00 a. m., 4,10 p.m. ALEXANDRIA AND FREDRRICKflBURG RAILWAY, AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHINGTON RAILROAD- For Alexandria, 4.30, 6.33, 7.25, 8.40, 9.45, 10.67 a. m., 12.01 noon, 2.05, 3.40, 4.23, 6.W, 6.01, 8.05, 10.05 and 11.37 p.m. On Sunday at 4.30, 9.4.1, 10.67 a.m., 2.30, 6.01, 8.05 and 10,03 p.m. Accommodation for Quantlco, 7.23 a. m. and B.00 p. m. week days. Fon Richmond uud tho South, 4.30, 10.57 a. ro. dally, and 3.40 p. m. dally, except Sunday, Trains leave Alexandria for Washington, 0.03, 7.05, 8.00, 0,10, 10.15, 11.07 a. m.. 1.20, 3.00,220.127.116.11,6.30,7.03,9.32,10.42 and 11.05 p. m. On Sunday nt 0.10 and 11.07 a. ., 2.00, 5I0J 7.05, 9.32 and 10.O p.m. , . Tickets am! Information at tho office, north east comer of Thirteenth street and Pennsyl vania avenue, aud at tho station, where orders can bo left for the checking of baggage to destination from hotels nnd residences, CHAS. E. PUGI1, J, R. WOOD, General Manager, General Passenger Agent. Cliosapoako and Ohio Routo. Schedulo In effect FEBRUARY 20, 1889, Trains leave Union Depot, Oth and 11 streets. 10.67 A. m. For Newport News, Old Folnt Comfort nnd Norfolk dally. Arrlvo In Old Folnt nt 6.35 p. m. nnd Norfolk at 7.00 p. in, Through parlor cars to Old Folnt Comfort dally, except Sunday. 11.24 a. h. For stations on tho Chesapeako and Ohio In Virginia, West Virginia and Ken tucky dally. Sleeping cars Washington to Charlottesville and Charlottesvlllo to Cincin nati. Sunday train runs only to Clifton Forge. 8.80 r. M. Fast. Western KxprosB dally, Solid train,, with Fullman Buffet Sleeping Cars to Louisville and Cincinnati! IMllmon service to St, Louis, Memphis and New Or leans. VSlce, 613 Pennsylvania avenue. JI. TV, rvtXJill, Oca. I'asi,. Ascnti AllVrlUX MAl.EH. TnUNCANfON BROS , Auctioneer Orricc or Washington Aqtn nuoi Waiiiniiton. D. (.., April'.".). 1881. Them will lo sold nt 2o'clw:k I. m. FRIDAY, May 17. atlheslteof the new roervofr, live linmo biilldlpcsoml nnnsraymnre, thoprop rity of tho United states. Terms cash. In (0ve.1n1r.ent Innds, The purchaser must re move tho buildings within thirty days from dale of sale, otherwise (hey will lie torn down by the United States. JOHN fl. WILSON, Colonel, U.S. A. ""UNCANKiN llllOsTAiictlonetrs.' TKU.VriiK.T KAI.B OF IIKIUK IKIUNhii ANU LO'I S ON OIINCU FOUII-AND-A-IIALF HTIIKKTANI1N STHKKT;LOTON At LEY BETWEEN THIRD AND FOUR-AND-A-HALFAND M AND N KTHBBTH, AND IX1TON FIRST STREET WEST, BETWEEN P AND Q8TREETS SOUTH WEST. By virtue of n decree of the Supreme Court of the District or Columbia, passed In equity eausoNo. 1130.1, WE, as trustees appointed1 In said came, will offer for sale on TUES DAY, MAY SEVENTH, A. D. 1RH!), at tho hours nnd ptaees named hereinafter, the following-described pieces nnd parcels of land nnd premises In the city of Washington, Dis trict of I'olumblat AT FIVE O'CLOCK T. M., In front of the premises, the west ono hundred nnd fifteen (115) feet by tho width of tho lot. twcnty-flvM feet, of Lot ono 11). In square flvo hundred nnd forty-live. Improved by Brick Dwelling and Store, 4 and N sticcts southwest, IMMEDIATELY AFTER, tho west ono hun dred and fifteen (115) feet by tho-wldth of tho Lot twenty-live, feetr of Lot twor In square tlio hundred and forty-live. Improved by Brick Dvielllng.on 4 street, between M and N streets Southwest. IMMEDIATELY AFTER, tho north thirty feet In depth by the width of tlio Lot of Lot Mxty-sevc n, in square live hundred and forty five, situated in alley, between 3d and 41 and MandN streets southwest, unimproved. At SIX O'CLOCK P. M , SAME AFTER NOON, In front of tho pi emlsc. the north lift If of lot 6, In square numbered six hundred nnd fifty-six (C16), situated 011 1st street, between F nnd (I streets S. w., unimproved . Terms Of sale- Onc-lhird cash, the balance In two equal Installments, payable In one and two years thereafter, respectively; notes to be given hearing Interest, nnd to bo secured by deed or deeds of- trust on tho property sold or all cash, at theoptlon of the purchaser or pumhasciKi A deposit of $100 on each Slcco sold at the time of sale; conveyancing c, at purchaser's cost. HENRY WISE OARNETT. 4t0 5th St. n. w. i, nttrit ka 4 and Louisiana ave, Trustees. i'OB HA LM1.UTS. 17IOU SALE ABOUT ONE nUNDRED LOTS In sanares 617 and CC8, noar North Capi tol, N and OKts.n. w.; on line of the Ecklng ton street Railway, and near the new depot of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Compauy; fair price, long tlmo and small payments to suit purchasers. L. M. SAUNDERS A BRO 1103 !' st. n.w. 1IOTMJ.S AXli 111SSTA OltAXTH. HARniS HOUSE-AMERICAN PLAN $2.60 and $3 per day; Pa. avo., bet, 13th and 14th streets; special rates to parties and permanent guests. milE NORMANDIE, Corner 30th and I streets northwest, Opposite McPhorson Square. II. II. CAKE. Proprietor. TTOTEL CHAMBERLIN, (jt McPherson Square. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH INOTON. Arrangements can bo mado for RECEPTIONS, DINNER AND THEATRE PARTIES. Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho bottlo or case. " WILLARD HOTEL, WASinNOTON, D. O. 0. 0. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. House, Proprietor. 5PIIE CLARENDON. L 1401 N. Y. AVE.. COR. 14TH ST. ermancnt and transient guests accommoda ted. Modern Improvements. Cars to all parts of the city pass the door, MR8. M. J. COLLEY. Proprietress. T UK KQDITT. WASHINGTON, D. O Army and Navy Headquarters. Four Iron Fire Escapes. TERMS-$3.00 and $4.00 Fer Day. 1UE ARLINGTON, A QUIET AND ELEGANT HOTEL, Vermont Avenue. T. E. ROESSLE, Proprietor. GILS 171' 1IOCSK. EUROPEAN PLAN, Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St., . NEW YORK CITY. JAMES II. 11KKSI.IN, Proprietor. QT, JAMES HOTEL, EUROPEAN TLAN, SIXTH STREET AND FENNA. AVE., L. WOODBURY. Proprietor. WELCKER'S HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. C. EUROPEAN TLAN. ROOMS EN SUITE AND SINGLE. During tho past summer a new addition has been erected containing tho most luxu rious restaurant rooms In the olty. no20Xlm Til. FELTER.Prop. The Traveler's Gdidb. Arrival of Itnllroad Trains in Wash ington. Arrivals nt n. nnd F. Station. From lloston 10:43 a. m. dally. From New York and Philadelphia 4:10, 8:00 10:45 a. m., 2:15, 3:10, 0:12 (limited) and 10:35 p.m. dally, 1:42, (4:00 limited) 8:10 and 8:30 p. m. dally except Sunday. From Philadelphia only 11:40 a. m. dally and i:va p. in. WLUJL UUVB. From Baltimore 1:10, 0'SO. 8.-00, 833, 8:45, 933, 10:43, 11:40 a. m., 1:42, 2:15, 3:10, 4:00 (limited), B:&5, 6:50, 7:05, 8:10, 830, 9:12 (Congressional limited) and 10:35 p. m. On Sundays, 4:10, 0:30, 8.O0, 9:33, 10:43, 11:40 a. m., 2:15, 3:10, 553, 830, 9:12 (Congressional limited), 1033 p. m. From Annapolis 8.00 a. m., 1:42, 5:33 p. m, On Sundays, 5:55 p. m, From Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Elmlra and Ilar rlsburg Dally 9:33 a. m. and 0.30 a. m. dally except Sunday. From pope's Creek Lino 833 n, m. week days only and 530 p. m. dally, From Richmond and the South 1131 a. m., 3:40 and 110 p.m. On Sundays, 11:24 a.m. and 11. -CO p. m. From Chicago nnd Pittsburg 6:30, 0:33 a.m., 535,8:10 p.m. All dally. Fiom St. Louis 6:30 a. m. dally. From Alexandrla-OSS, 7:23, 8rJ0, 930, 1035, 11:24 a. rn., 1:40. 3:20, 3:40, 5:30, 00, 73S. 9:52, 11:00, 11:25 p, m. On Sundays, 9:30, 11:21, a. ro 2.20, 530, 7:23, 0.52, 11:00 p. m. From Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis via Chesapeake and Ohio Route 9:40 p. in. dally. From Cincinnati and way, 5:40 p. m. dally except Sundav. I onr Old Point Comfort, Newport Nows and Norfolk 3:40 p. in, dally except Sunday, 11:20 p.m. dally, , From Lynchburg, Iiilstol, Memphis, Mont gomery and New Orleans 11:13 u. m. dally. From Memphis, Nashville, Bristol and Lynch burg 9:40 p. m. dally. From Lynchburg, Raleigh, Alkon, Atlanta, Montgomery and New Orleans 7:00 a.m. and 7:18 p.m. dally. From Manassas, strasbug and Way 10:13 a. m. dally except Sunday. From Leesburg, Round Hill nnd Points on W. and O. R. It. 830 a. in, dally and 3:58 p. m. dally except Sunday. Arrivals nt II. and . Station. TCh. , .!....- ,.i.,s it.'m w.ail O.AK O.I, Q,n 8:45, 10:00, 10:35, 11-00, 'litis a. m.j ItSO, 2:30, 2:50:4:30, 8:00, 5:20, 0:33, 7:03, 8:00, 8:43, 8.55, loiSand 11.05 p.m. From Fhl!adelphla-8:I5, 11:15ft. m.;230,5K, 7:15, 8-45 aud 10:55 p. to. From Chicago aud Flttsburg-8:33 a. m. and 935 p.m. From Pittsburg, Grufton and Frcdcrlok 7.-20 p m week days and on Sundays from Graf ton only. From Cincinnati, St. Louis nnd Louisville (J:20 a. m. and 1:55 p. m., dally, From Annapolis 830 and 10.00 n. in.; 1:50 and 635 p. m. On Sundays 10:00 a. m. and 633 p. in. From (lalthersburg nnd way 7:40, 11:25 a. m.j 2.55, 7:10 and 10:20 p. m. On Sunday 8:00 p. in. From Washington .Junction and way 8:25, 930 n. m.i 4:03, 41:3 and 7:20 p. m. On Sun- dayssssa. m.t 4:15 and 7sM p m. From Boyd's and way 8:20 a. in, week days only. On Sundays 10:23 a. m. From Loxlngtonand Valley Branch 1:15 p. ra. On Sundays from Harper's Fcrryonly. From Frederick and wayB:25 a. in, dally. From Now York-8;15 n.in.s 230, 5.00, 7:13, 8:43 and 10:55 p.m. ZiTroiexMYH'.ir.zA ir. pAMPDELL CARRINGTON, Atlorney-at-Law, 503 D street nortbwost, Washington, D, O. Webster Law Building, Residence. 121S II-street northwest. to bn CRDER BOD That's Immensel Who'j the the victim, Charlie?" CHARLES You're off this lime. This Is one of Nlcoll's $10 Suits. He don't trust. BOB Come 6lT. CHAHLES It's a fact I I saw his advertisement and thought I would try what he could do. This Is the result. BOB Say, meet me at noon. I want a suit; guess I wilt try him. CHARLIE All rlEht. Tho above conversation was overheard oil a Pennsylvania avenue car. It sieaks for Itself. T 3 jtr 'fewiZi? G15 and (517 Pennsylvania Ave. l'lWVOSAl.S., PRoioMAL'sTofoivTnRLL, C()A 1. ICE, IlTC. G'ovEnNJiENT FniNTiNo Ornc-K, Wauhnoton, May 4, 1881. Fruporals for material, -coal. Ice. etc., for usu of tho Government Frlntlng Ofllco for llscnlyeav ending Juno 30, 18'J0, will be re ceived nt this onlce until 10 o'clock a. m. JIAY 23. 1889. Schedules and Information furnLshed upon application. Til. K. 1IENKD1CT, Public Printer, Washington, D. C. EltOroAI FOR STRUCT PAVEMENT AND WALKS.-omcoof Fuhllo llulld s and Grounds, War Department, Wash ington, II. C, Mny-4, 1S8U. Scaled proHisals, 111 duplleate, will he received at this ofllco until noou, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1880, for con structing 2,000sfuaro ranis, more or less, of asphalt pavement, and 1,800 sqtmro yards, more or less, of asphalt walks In tho public grouuds, and repairing roads and walks In grounds of the Exccullvo Mansion. The at tention of bidders Is Invited to tho Acts of Congress approved February 26, 1683, nnd February 23, 1887, Vol. 23, page 332, and Vol. 24, page 411, Statutes at Large. Forms and snceillcatlons can he obtained nt this nfllcn. Tho United States reserves tho right to reject nny nnd nil proposals. JOHN M, WILSON, Colonel, U. S. Army. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Washington, D. C, May 4, 18H9. Sealed proposals will he received until 12 o'clock noon, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1889, for wash Ing tho towels of this Department and Its sev oral offices nnd the Civil Service Commission during thoilscal year ending Juno 30, 1830. Proposals must bo mado on tho Department forms, which, with tho necessary Instruc tions, will be furnished on application to this Department. JOHN W. N011I.E, Secretary. T)ROPOSAI.S FOR FUEI WAR DEPART- X MK.NT, Mnv I. 1881 Sea od proposals, this ofllco in dnnllento. will bo received at until TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON. THURS DAY, JUNK 0, 119, for furnishing tho War Department with such quantities of Wood and Coal as may bo required In tho tlsoal yearcndlngJuneSO, 1889. Proposals will ho received for tho whole or any part of tho fuel required. Tho fuel Coal and Wood to bo delivered at the War Department Bureaus or Offices In Washington for which required by tho parties to whom the contract (or con tracts) may be awarded, In such quantities nnd at such times as the convenience of tho Department mny require. The Government reserves tho rlgh ;m io r i reject nny and nil bids. Fuel for tho Stntc,Wnr nnd Nuvy Department building is not included In this advertisement. Specltlcatlons, general Instructions to bid ders nnd blank forms of proposals will ho furnished to established dealers on applica tion to this ofllre. Proposals should be In closed In sealed envelopes. Indorsed on tho outside "Proposals lor Fuel," nnd nddrcs ssod io mo tinucrsigneu, Supply Division. M. U. THORP, Chief, PROPOSALS FOlt THE PURCHASE OF WAbTE PAPER. -War Department. Supply Division, Mny 1, 1889.-Sealed Pro posals, In duplleate, will bo received at this Ofllco until TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1889, for tho purchase of tbo Waslo Paper of this Department, Its Offices and nnreaus loented In the State War and Navy Department Ilulldlng, for tho fiscal year ending June 30, 18!H). This paper will bo removed by tho contractor promptly when notified. The Department reserves tho right to reject any or nil proposals and to waive defects. Proposals must bo mado on tho De partment rorms. mnrkea "Proposals lor Waste Paper." M. It. THORP, Chief, Supply Division. PROPOSALS FOR WASHING TOWELS, Sealed proposals, In duplleate, will ho received at this Ofllco until TWELVE O'CLOCK. NOON. TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1889, ror washing Towels lor use or mo war De partment and Its Uureaus during the fiscal year ending Juno SO. 18'JO. Proposals should state the prleo per dozen, Blank forms of proposals and Information will bo furnished on application to this Oftlce. Tho Govern ment reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. M. It. THORP. Chief, Supply Division. DEPARTMENT OFTHE INTERIOR, Wash ington, D. C, May I, 1880. Scaled pro posals will bo received at this Department until IS o'clock m. MONDAY, MAY v!0, 183'J. for furnishing" supplies consisting mainly of meats, provisions, grocerles.dry goods, shoes, drugs, paints, hardware, fuel, Ico, lumber. Ao., fovthensoof the Government Hospital for the Insane, near Washington, during tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1800. Blank forms ot proposals, schedule of Items, specifica tions nnd Instructions to bidders will ho fur nished on application to this Department, JOHN W. NOI1LE. Secretary. PROPOSALS FOR MISCELLANEOUS SUP-PLIES.-WAiiDErAiiTMENT, April a, 1S8S. Sealed proposals (In duplicate) will be ro reived at tils ofllco until 1 o'clock p. m. Wednesday, May SW, 1889, for furnishing Mis cellaneous Supplies, consisting ot llrooms, Ilrushes, Soaps, Towels, etc., etc., for tho War Department and Itshuieaus In Washing ton, during the fiscal year ending Juno w, 1890. lllank forms of proposals, showing tho Items and estimated quantities required, to gether with Instructions to bidders, will bo furnished on application to this office. Hid will bo considered on each Item separately. Proposals must bo addressed to tho under signed. Indorsed on tho outside of tho envel ope, "Proposals for Miscellaneous Suppllos," M. 11. THORP. Chief Supply Division. PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Wxn DcrAiiTMEST. April J, 1889. Sealed proposals, In duplicate, will bo re ceived at this offlco until 1 o'clock p. m., WEUNKsHAY.Mity 13,1880, for furnishing Sta tionery for tho War Department nnd Its bu ictiiis In Washington during tho fiscal year ending June so, ibw, rilaiik forms of nronosuls. showing tho Items nnd estimated quantities required, together with circular relating thereto, will bo fur ulshed on application to this oftlce. Ulds will bo cnntldcred on each Item sepa rately. Ptonosnls must ho addressed to the undor- .clgned, Indorsed on the outside of tho envel ope, "Proposals lor otationery." M. 11. THORP, Chief Supply Division. ltMAl. MSTATH. Aditt tttimtnt unlr thlt unit, four Him oi tat, a aid for on Into lion; W ctntifor thru. Bi:.j.p. mviH, HEAL ESTATE BROKER. 1310 F st, adjoining Sun Uulldlug. Suburban property a specialty. vuMMiNsioxiuts or iwims. CS. BUNDY, COM'H OF DEEDS AND NO . tarv Public 458 La. nve.. ono. City Hall. t'oi.v'fjfv uv.Ar, Ksr.irv. rpAKOMA PARK. LF.WIS & IIEATONS WEST END ADDI TION. Tho highest nnd best part of Takoma Park, Just subdivided, only three squares Horn tho station, and adjoining the most thickly set tl(d portion of tho old Park. A never-falling spring of pure water per manently reserved for tho use of tho lot own ers. The only lots any where near tho station at first prices. A complete abstract of tltlo. for all lots In Takoma Park kept up to dato. LKW1S HEATON, (1V9 F st n w. JOR RENT-15 TEH MONTH, A SMALL : new bouse and I aero of ground: high, :altby location, Apply to GREEN SLADU bcoltby location, Apply t I LINCOLN, UcbcIpki, II. C, r2 UBfl FEMININE ANKLES. Illit Women und Young- Ones Who I Cro n Muddy Street. I A (liW but very observing gentleman Inquired wllli fi-iintni! hoUcUuiIo the other day forwime cxtil'liiiititm of the Incontrovertible fart tfiiit wlilloyouns; women (llstilav mnrvdous (lcftnci In innniiuliii! their voliiinltious sklrtH In I ontiloor cxiTclto, olilcrly bullet, for wuiiiii cxiicricnco rIiiiiiIiI fmvc rtoliic.Vfd j licrfectlon, nro paliiftllly .nwkwnrd, as it ' rnli', In gitnrdlntt tliclr ilreis bonlcrs, I Now tbo contrary rtmilltlon of affairs I would bo nllogctlicr natural, for a lim- . loritvef sir bwmve such smooth, well turned ankles, with slender, arched feet, (hod in silk and kid, that even If their pretty petticoats) -were elevated tho least morsel above the Insteti line, no mortal man could find It In Ills heart to nimble, A young, vigorous foot, aintlly clothed, that steps out with tho confidence and courage of youth, Is ono of tlio most grateful sights in nature, nnd nlno persons In ten pnuso when tbo opportunity Is offered of catching n glimpse of the pleasant pictures. In spite of these attractive features, how ever, If ono stop's to watch tbo niiiliU on n wet day's outing, surprise will vlo with admiration In observing tho won derful way they contrive to keep nkirt rlnm Immaculate and screen their ankles nt the same time. Whether lie ecBsity onuses them to climb into n street-car, or slip Into a currlago, to traverse it muddy crossing or over a Mile, everywhere und always tho crisp balyciisc are draped In closo, mysterious folds about tho neat Insteps until tbo keenest scrutiny fulls to discover morn than tbo toe of a polished boot. With fifty yenrs or moro of constant practice In this lino art bow sad tbo ro suits. It Is when heavy wool hose, cloth gaiters with clastic sides, low heels nnd broad soles ami n general homeli ness of footgear has usurped thopretty frippci lugs of girlhood that tho dame grows generous of alleged charms. Few women and certainly no man but rc incinbers.witb a stnllu tbe very absurd pictures a damp day under foot basro veiled for public entertainment. Thptight of the gaping crowd uttorly 'forsakes a goodly number of matrons when they make ready to cross a sloppy bit of road. Slur has tho welfare of her boots and gown In her mind, tho care of extra laundrylug, and a fe line hatred of water, but little she recks of other coiidcfpiences. With llrm, uu lllncblng bands both sides oT her frock arc grasped, the dlslnuec from brink to brink accurately measured with her eye, tlicn comes a swill vision ol uincK and white, revelations of desolation some times and tbo danger Is past, Tho unbapplcst part of this strange, unwomanly unconcern Is tbat In many coses tho party entirely Ignores tbo dry ness of tho balance of tbo pavement and' continues calmly down tho street ob livious ol tho ilpplo of amusement, thinking ten to ono how next month's allowance can be made to get Futmlc the new toilet sho covets, and at the same tlmo cover household expenses. Exchange. Tho Paris Consulate. The llaltimoro .Vim says that General Adam E. Ktug of Baltimore, formerly naval oiucer at mat port, nas, u is saiu, uccn de cided upon at tho Stato Department for Consul-General nt Paris. The appointment Is attributed to tho close personal and po litical friendship existing between General King and Secretary Illaluc., General King's name was mentioned early for Collector of the Port of llaltimoro, aud the influence of Mr. lllalne would perhaps bavo secured the appointment but for tbo decision ot tho Cabinet officers at their first meeting not to Interfere with matters In other Depart ments than Ibclr own. General King, It Is stated, has had tho Paris appointment un der consideration for some time, bcsltatluz to go abroad on account of business Inter ests requiring bis presence In llaltluiorc. It t understood In Washington, however, that he will conclude to accept the Consul-Generalship, which Is both an houorablo and prolllnulo position. Sltertilnn's Monument. The foundation has been finished for tho monument over tho grave of tbe lato Gen eral Sheridan at Arlington, and tho memorial will bo ready for unveiling on Decoration Day. It will consist of a sim ple monolith of granite, with three sides plain, while upon tbo side toward Washing ton there will bo a nicdallon containing a bust of Sheridan In bas-relief, with tils headquarters flag draped behind. Tlio ouly Inscription will be tho word "Sheridan." Tim nnlli-n tlnslrm In vmp clmritn nml effective, and thoTjiist of Sheridan Is an ex cellent likeness. Tbo bas-relief has Just been cast, and Is now on exhibition lu New York. Tho monument was executed for Mrs. Sheridan by Mr. S. Kltson, tbo sculp tor, who Is now at work In his studio In Washington on u bust ot General Sheridan, of which several copies aro to be made. A Land ISntorprlso at Itockvllle. Tbo trustees of the Rockvllle Academy bavo sold to a syndicate In Washington city tho West farm, containing ISO acres, lying partly within the corporate limits of Itock vllle, lu tho west end. It Is the purpose of tho purchasers at ouco to open streets and aveuues through tho thirty or forty acres within the corporate limits and placo build ing lots upon the market. Tho remalnlug portion will bo subdivided 'Into lots from live to ten acres to meet the wishes of any desiring property of this kind, (living to the contracted limits of tho present (air grouuds ot Itockvillo and tho dllllculty ot enlarging the same, owing to tlio high price ot laud udjolnlug, tho question Is consider ably agitated as to tho feasibility of selling and buying eighteen acres neartho northern limits of the town on tho railroad. This land has been offered for 13,000 by tho owner, Mr, Chandler Keys. Special Trnln to l'lnillco Knees, via Pennsylvania Itallroud. Tho annual spring ineetlug of the Mary land Jockey Club will bo held at Flmltco, May 7, 8, U and 10. Tho meeting promises to bo n most Interesting one, as n very largo number of the most celebrated flyers of the turf will conipeto for the rich purses. Five races aro set down on each day's card, and tho entiles Indlcato that they will bo warmly contested and furnish excellent sport. For tho benefit of rnco-goers the Pennsyl vania Railroad Compauy will run a special train direct to tbe grand stand at l'lnillco on each racoday. It will leave the llalti moro and Potomac Railroad Station, Sixth and B streets, at 1 p. in., and return to tho city Immediately alter tho conclusion of the races, Excursion tickets, good for passage only ou tho special train, will bo sold nt $3 for tho round trip. Only a I'ow I'lrcs In April, Tho report of Chief Pnrrls for tbo month of April lias becu submitted to tho Commis sioners and approved. During April there wcro ten alarms ot tiro, being a decrease of ten over March and four over the corre sponding month ot last year. Tho losses were $3,033 and tho Insurance S-'J.IM. For .March tho losses were $38,855, with an In tuinnceof $11,445. On Account of u Woman, Henry Williams was arrested at about 13 o'clock last night for having stabbed John W. Stewart dmlng a quarrel about a woman, who Williams claimed was his wife. Stewart was badly hurt between tho fifth and sixth ribs, tho cut having been uindowlth n penknlfo. Ho was taken to tho Frcediiian's Hospital, A I'iro III tlio .Suburbs. Tho residencoof Mr. C. P. Havemirr, ou the Ifowni road, about two miles above Aimcostlii, was destroyed by tiro yostonlay (veiling. .Most ot tho furniture was saved, but tho house was entirely consumed, Tho loss was $5,000, fully covered by insurance. Tho house was tho property of ox-Mayor SaylcsJ, llowen, and was ono ot tho most attractive residences ou this popular drive, l'KAnb' Is the purest and best Soap ever made. A May Hall. Professor Sheldon's forty-second annual May bait will take place this evening at tho National Rllles' Armory at 8:30 p. m. Washington Bafo Deposit Co., 810 Pa. ave. fcHorage Department M above ground, The SPORTINO EVENTSi .nst I'lirtyelglit Hours lit tlio World or Spurts. To-iiHiriovr tlio ftprliig .incclliij? of tlio Mmyliiml iinckry I'hib will bo Inmisii rated ut I'linllco mul will continue for four iliiVH. Alnny of tlicilnlilos at Ivy City for tlio past week bnvo been f-liinpcil. Kortlicconxenlcnou of Wash Ingtim tieoilo wlsbliip; to nlteiul it rare- Iriiln will bo rim by the Unltlniom ntul l'oloiiiuc itiillrnail, returning -Inuno- dlntcly iitlcr tbo rapes tiro over. Tlio rnccs nt. Lcxlnslon nnd N'usli- vlllo wjll bo cniitliiiivd to-day. Tlieto tun four ontrlci on tbn raid of tbc foimcr nnd six on tbat of tbo latter. At tbc Inst day of tbo sprlns; meet Inn at Ivy City lk'llo d'Or won tbe lli-sl ini'c, wit ft Iceberg second; Sonrlic tlio H'cnnd race, vvltli Oennanla second; Constellation tbo third race, with .Main HCt'omli llljrgonel tbo fourth rare, with Hon, second, and Houiii tbo fifth rneo, with Itcfiind second. Tlitf gentleinen's KlcciiU'clinso was won by Slmsvlllc, Crncksinnii kccoihI. TboAs'oclntloti games yesterday wcro well attended. At Cincinnati tlio" homo club defeated llm Loubwllle by a score or 12 loo. At Columbus Ilaltlntoro wiih tbo victor with a score of 10 lo S. At llrooklyn the home club at tbo end of nix Innings wua J to 1 In favor of tho Athletics, when tbo crowd Interfered nnd tbc ganio bad to bo called. The enmc between Knusas Cltv and Ht. I.ouls, at Kansas City, resulted in favor of tbo latter by a scoro of 18 to 12. Tho Idenls will play the I'lymniiths nt Sixteenth nnd S streets, at 4:!!0 this afternoon. Jln.WAiiKKF., Wis., MnyO. At the Milwaukee Garden yesterday afternoon I). A. McMillan threw Luelen Man Chilstol thrco straight falls, Onceo Knman style. The match was for $50 il sldo nnu tbo.eutlicgnlo receipts. Tho length of tho bouts was 11 :"i, 8:10 and 5:-l!l minutes respectively. a vmm nit itATr.s. liliiif it(?, including l'ertonals, l'or llcnt, For tittle, IajiI, frittml ami Mi ttlhtiicou of 4 line or let inncrted in riWVMTlC !l time fur S3 cents or 0 lime for JiO ce uts. Thft-Sainoan Conference. A cablegram from Berlin says: "A committee of the Samoan coufcrnncn has prepared tbu draft of n proposal to constitute a court to decide questions of hind tenure In Samoa. Tho court Is to consist of ono representative of each of tbe interested powers nnd two Samocse. Jlessrs. Scwall and Tlrandeis have been present daily at the sittings. Jlr. Sewall proved the untenable character of a number of German land claims, and further showed that tho extent of laud claimed by foreigners as bought or ceded was m excess of tho area of tho Island. 3Ir. llrandcls gave evidence on thcvalldyof German land titles, and said he desired to be heard on tho losses of German planters. The committee declined to consider such losses as in volving a question of Indemnity, The report of Dr. Ifnappe, ox consul at Apia, has been Is sued. It Is a lamu de fense of his own conduct. Dr. Knappo complains that toy lings and handkerchiefs on which arc imprinted the American colors nnd tlio portrait of the President of the United States have been hoisted promiscuously over native bouses hlncc tho outbreak of the civil war lu Samoa. Ho also says that American and British flags wcro hoisted on plots of land pledged by the 'rebels' in lieu of cash In payment for arms and ammunition. The commander of the British cruiser at Apia, ho says, de clined to support claims to land thus pledged." A Causeless Itun ou a Hunk. A rumor that the Washburn 3III1 Com pany bad assigned caused a run on tho Anoka National Hank at St. Paul, Minn., Satuiday, Senator Washburn be ing president of tbo bank. W. S. Hale, trcasuicrof tbc 51111 company, gays the amount withdrawn was $So,000 in small sums, none of the heavy depositors taking pait In the run. There ate $200,000 deposited, nnd tho bank is prepared to meet all demands on tbo spot. Tho rumor In question doubtless grew out of tho fact that Mr. Wash burn Is about to closo up tlio Anoka branch of his lumber business, in order to concentrnto his interests nnd relievo himself of some of their active manage ment, a step made necessary by his new duties as Senator. A Ship Surgeon's Suicide. Sydney J. Armstrong, surgeon on tho Inman btcamship City of Berlin, com mitted suicide Saturday with morphine. He was 27 years old, and lived in Not tingham, l-.ngland, where his father Is an 'Episcopal clergyman. The ship's tilllcers do not know any reason ho had for suicide. Ono of them said Arm strong was engaged to lie mnrricd to a girl in Knglnnd two years ago and hho Jilted him. Ho hated women and would have nothing to do with them. He didn't like to attend tho female passen gers on tbo ship. Ho was in no financial dllllculty. Ho had been on the ship as suigcon more than n year, and before that he was surgeon on tho City of lticbmond, of the same line. A Sunday Paper for Hale. Col. T. .1. Morrow, proprietor of the Sumlau Uatttte, announced In his paper yesterday that he will sell it at public auction Thursday. The Oatette was established in ltJtl.'I by Colonel Tom Florence, an cx-Mcmbcr of Congress from Pennsylvania. Colonel Morrow has owned nnd had control of tho paper during tho past eight years conducting It as an independent licpubllcan journal. He proposes now lo retlro from journal ism and engage in other business, svMMr.it n.tr vs, Want mis, including Personals, For llent, For Sale, last, Found and Mis celtaneoui of 4 lines or lesi inserted in THE OJUTJU 11 times for 23 cents or 0 time for 50 cents. An Entirely New Hxctirslou. Tho llaltimoro and Ohio ltallroad bavo ar ranged to run mi excurslou on Decoration Day, May 30, via rail and boat. Special train will leave tho H. it O. depot, Wash ington, at 8:30 a, m arriving at Locust Poiut, llaltluiorc, 0:45, thcro embarklu! on tlio magnificent new palace steamer Tol chester, capacity 2,500, thence sailing down tho l'ntapsco river, passing the largo ele vators of the 11. ifcO. ft. K., Fort McIIenry, tho I.azeretto, United States Quarantine, Fort Carroll, tbo treat steel works at Steel ton (a new city In Itself), then passing Into tho noble Chesapeako Bay, by North Point, the great battlefield of 1812; tbe Gun Powder. Hush, Klk and Sassafras lllvers. then up tho picturesque Susquehanna river, affordlug a graud view of tlio Stato fish hatchery, Havro do draco and l'erryvlUo, passing through tho lou; Mug t .t Si., bridge of tho P. W. thenco under the freat high bridge of tlio ll, & (J, it. i:., along ho Hlghlauds of tho upper Susquehanna as far as Port Deposit; thence returning to tbe Chesapeako liny, tho steamer will pass Pool's Island.whcrotholargcstpeachcslutho world grow, then glviug a beautiful sail up tho bay as far as Tolchester Ileacli, whore ono hour will bo given to Inspect this beauti ful resort and partelpalo iu tho amuse ments. He-embarktiig on tbo steamer again n beautiful sail will be given up to Locust Point, arriving thero at 7 n, in., where tho train will be waiting to take tho excursionists back to Washington, arrlvlntr borne at 8:30 o'clock. First-class meals wilt bo served on the steamer for 50c.; also re freshments ot all kinds at moderate prices. Delightful music lioth going and returning. Kouud-trlp rate only $1.25, Cheapest and grandest excursion that ever left Washing Ington, Secure your tickets at tho II, & 0, ticket offices early, as tho. number will be Hinltod. EAnLY MORNING NEWS. At !! o'clock Sunday morning John Wenrlcb, who lives about ir mile from Wniuunnkfr, Pa., was found In the middle of a Meld near his rtsldcnro shrieking nt tbo top of his voloo for help, und nt Intervals was heard to say ".Now 1'vo got you, tbo curse -of my life. I bavo followed you for foity years, and your tlmo linn come, den nle Bernhardt, you must die." Wen rich Is n bachelor, l!0 years of ngo, and about forty years ago ho fell desperately In love Willi Jennie Ilcrnhnrdt, then a. beautiful fiirtner'H daughter, .living n short distance from tho present homo of AVcnrlch. For a tlmo his suit was encouraged, but In the course of event a young man from a distant town In tho West came to Miss Bernhardt' n homo to make a piiichase of land which her father owned In tho Western part of Iowa. II seems that negotiations wcro not closed (luring the young man's tlrst visit and he camo again. "Love at tlrst sight" by both tho young man and .Miss Bernhardt laid thnfotindation for Wen rich's troubles. He was then young and prepossessing and urged tlio young woman to listen to his appeals, UK pleadings, however, wcro useless, and inside or six months the couple wcro mnrricd, and moved to n homo in tho West. AVcnrlch never was the; same from the day she left her country home After being taken homo from the field by tho neighbors he became so vlo lent tbat it took four men to hold hlni) nnd the result will probably ho that he will have to be taken to an asylum. A I'alal Itallroud War. At "IS o'clock Saturday night Super Intendent Hcndrlckson of the Ilarllaii Diver ltallroad, wllb 100 Italians, nt templed lo lay a siding from the main linek across Xoali Kurman's land ul. Saycivllle, and wero told by bis fore man, Joseph Cathcart, to desist, but re fused, Cathcait Is said to have pro seiited two revolvers and declared be would kill the llrst man who drove u spike and to have offered several kcs of lager to the men If they would burn the tics already laid. A frco light en Mied, In which clubs nnd pistols were freely used, and the result was that George Kissengcr was struck on 'the right side of the face and killed. He was ono of Fiirmim's employes. A man named Kennedy was bndly beaten with clubs nnd was taken to his homo nt South Amboy. It Is believed ho will die. A large number of tbo ties and a. car wcro burned. The sheriff took a, force of fifty men there this morning nnd they are In charge. Tho railroad men have mado no further attempt so far lo lay more rails, nnd the brickyard men, who aro greatly excited over tlio killing of their comrade, aro around and swear they will kill any one who tries to do so. They have raised money lo bury KIsscnger and arc opposed to his being removed by tbo coroner, who ha summoned a jury. Great oxcitcment prevails, nnd there is fear of another riot. Aid lor tho Irish. A number of prominent citizens of lloston, who have for a long tlmo been considering the question of bow best to f;o lo work to practically and lastingly icnefit the evicted tenants of Ireland, have united upon a plan for carrying nut their purpose. They feel that tlio hope of accomplishing anything lies In the possibility of getting the farmlcss people interested in some kind of indus trial pursuit. The idea is to establish in one of tho poorest districts a factory in which evicted tenants could find em ployment. It is proposed therefore to incorporate a stock company, telling tho snares in all parts of tho United States where natives of Ireland or friends of Ireland's cause reside, to buy them. Took Mr. Clorelund's Advice. A new national patriotic club was organized nt 719 Kast Ninth street, New York, on Saturday night. It is to bo known as "Tho George Washington Club," und Its constitution provides Hint ''Every man( woman and child who subscribes to tho doctrine of patriotism may become a member." Letters of encouragement wero received from ex-President Cleveland, Senator Evarts, Senator Ulalr, John G. Whit tier, George AVilllam Curtis, and others. Ex-Prcsldcnt Cleveland's letter advised tho club to elect young men as its officers. Odd llso for it Fire Ilepartment. The Polish priest of Manistee, Mich., was assaulted on the street Saturday morning by- ono fnction of his church followers, and a general riot resulted, In which both men. aid women par ticipated. The militia -was called out to quell tbe riot, and tho flro depart ment was also called out and turned the hoso upon tho mob. After nearly drowning several of tbe rioters poa.ee was lcstoicd, A Murdered l'atlont. The grand jury at Chicago on Satur day returned an indictment for murder against Superintendent Kiernan .of tho County Insane Asylum because of the death of Robert ifurns, a patient In the Institution, who was beaten to death by the attendants. Of these, Schubert, Crogan, Pccha- and Klchardson wcro also indicted for murder. Flames In Chicago. Huston's beer pavilion at Thirty-nlnth street and Cottage Grove nvcntio,.Chl cugo, and nearly a square of old frame buildings surrounding, burned Satur day night. Most of the property was owned uy iiuston, wuoso loss is so, 000, well Insured. AVllson's dry goods store was damaged $12,000; insured. A Futnl I'lro. Tho fine summer cottago nt Ilclalr, Ind., of J. II, O. AVurts of llaltimoro, was buincd to tho ground Saturday night. Loss, $12,000; well insured. John Itelit, wlillo lifting tho piano, ruptured a blood-vessel and died Im mediately. Mr. AVatta was badly binned about the face and hands. Tlireo Suicides. Barbara AVcrbsteln of New York drank muriatic acid Saturday and died, J. Pardee Chapman, n retired mer chant, shot and killed himself at New York Saturday, and AVilllam Facto killed himself with strychnine at Troy, N. Y., Saturday. He bad been accused of breaking into his cousin's residence nnd was threatened with arrest. Sued Despite. Ills Clulm Georgo J. Swchwcinfurth, a leader of u sect of religious fanatics, known as tho Ilcekmantto, who claims to bo Jesus Christ, lias been sued by Dr. J. S. AVllkins of Chicago, whose wlfo hatj become so imbued with tho Beekmanlto , doctrine as to threaten the wreck of her husband's home. Tin, Kx-1'iesldeiit'H Sunday Out. Ex-President nnd Mrs. Cleveland, Mrs, Folsom and Hlchard AYatscn Gilder of Now York, nnd a daughter of Secretary lllalne arrived at the Laurel House, Lakcwood, N. J., Saturday afternoon, nml remained over Sunday Mrs. Cleveland will bo there all thl-i week. Ton Close li Sliave, "Willie Profewjor Layno. superin tcudcut of public schools at Evansville, Ind., was being shaved by Charles Jones, u colored barber, on Friday evening, the latter suddenly assaulted him with his razor, Indicting fatal iu juries, A New Source of tlio Mississippi. A committee of tho Minnesota His torlcal Society has discovered tho Rmirrn of the illssissinnl River in two I lakes 110 feet above Itasca. h -"