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THE WASHINGTON CKITIC, JFMDAY EVEN1MJ, APIUL 13, 1888.
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WASHINGTON CRITIC
am. vauij's sucOessoii.
Comptroller Durham Decides Tli'nt He
Mny JtcceHo tlio Sumo Snlnry.
t'oniptroller Durham lias rctulorcil it
decision In tlio matter of tho construction
of Uie appropriation for tlio paymnnt of
lio salaries of teachers in tlio District
Echool;.
The Comptroller statos that tlio statute
provides thatthoro shall ho "no Increaso
in salaries paid to teachers In grades now
receiving $W0 or more, and no increase. In
tlio number of teacher In any such
nrndcsshall be made." Tlio statute pro
Llblts: an lncrcnso In tlio pay or number
of tlio teachers in any grndo as therein
designated, but It docs not forbid that pro
motions shall ho miulu front ono grade to
another.
"As I understand It," continues the
Comptroller, "tlio particular nuoitton
now presented, nndas to which tfiero has
seemed to ho somo doubt, Is, whether n
vacancy having happened in tho position
of superintendent of tho High School, a
teacher in a lower grade, and receiving a
salary less than Mr. Paul, tho latu
superintendent, received, can ho
promoted from such lower grado
to nil tho position which Mr. Paul occu
pied at tho tlmo of his death nnd rccclvo
tho samo salary which was paid to him.
Iain of tho opinion that tho promotion
can bo made, not only to tho position,
but to tho salary, without any violation
of tho provisions of tho statulo nbovo
quoted."
A HISTORIC ANNIVERSARY.
Tlio U. H. FlnR nnd tlio llnttlc Sword
That Defended It.
On tho 13th day of April, 1818, seventy
years ogo to-day, tho present form of tho
United Slates ling, as adopted by Congress
that year, was, for tho first time, hoisted
on tho Cupltol. It was designed by
Commodoro Samuel C. Held, who fought
tho memorable battloof Kayal in Septem
ber, 1814, as commander of tho private
nrmed brig-of-wnr General Armstrong
against tho forces of a largo Dritlsh
tcmadron. It was tho most heroic and
uio last uattio (ought, on tlio seas witii
England,
At tho last session of tho Forty-ninth
Congress tho President sent a messngo.
convoying the oiler of Colonel Samuel 0.
Held to prccnt to tho United States, as a
frcogift,thobattlo sword of his father, and
recommended that appropriate action bo
taken ior tho acceptance of this gift. On
account of delays, no flnnl action was
taken.
This battlo sword was wielded in assert
ing our rights to tho freedom of the seas,
and wrote with its point our second
Declaration of Independence In crimson
letters of Britain's bravest blood whilo
vindicating tho national honor of our
Hag. It saved from British conquest tho
unknown wealth of tho then provlnco of
Louisiana, extending from tho Lako of
tho Woods to tho mouth of tho Mississippi
and yet no action has been taken this
lysslon for Its acceptanco by a slmplo
vote of thanks to tho donqr, whilo Con
gress has been dickering over tho pay
ment of $10,000 for tho fancy swords of
General Shields, and tiro sum of $20,000
for tho dress sword of Washington.
Newsboys' nnd Children's AtU.
Editoii Cnmo: Tho ladles of tho News
boys' and Children's Aid Society desire,
through your paper, to reach tho puhllo
in an appeal and nn acknowledgment.
AVodesIro to thank tho members of tho
Snow-Flako Minstrel Club for tho enter
tainment they gavo for tho bcnclit of tho
society at tho Itiggs House, whereby we
received between $70 and $30. Also, Mr.
Bpoirord of tho Rlggs for his generous
hospitality toward us.
wo are working a few earnest ladies
and have been for threo years, purely for
God and humanity, without expectation
of fame or reward, with this as our
motto, "That it is safer and hotter to form
than to reform tho minds and morals of
tho future men and women of our city."
Wo need means to purchoso orient
quarters, whero wo can gather in tho
newsboys from tho streets and alloys and
?;ivo them somo of tho influences which
end to clevato and rellne keep them
from saloons and pool rooms ana lnduco
them to savo rather than spend uselessly
their means.
What have they now, when away from
their homes, to help them grow better or
wiser? Wo have much philanthropy In
Washington and wo usk that somo ot our
generous citizens acquaint themselves
with our work by calling upon our agent,
Mrs. K. B. Barlow, at 010 F street, whero
wo hayo room with tho Humana Society,
when wo feel sure that seeing tho merits
of our work they will como to our help.
Washington, April 13,
Politics of tho Rives Family.
Editor Ciirno : Tho I'ost makes (tho
statement that of tho dlllcrcnt branches
of the Itlves family, North and South, all
in the former aro Democrats, and in tho
latter Republicans. Tho only Republi
can of any noto bearing tho namo was
the late U. S. Judge Alex. Rives, nmlho
died soma years ago. All of tho family,
North and South, with ono exception
iand ho don't count), are livo working
democrats. Previous to tho lato u pleas
antness "they wero staunch old lino
Whigs, of tho 'log cabluand hard cider' "
stnpe. S.
Washington, April 13.
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The New Trade School.
Tho Master Plumbers' Trado School on
Twelfth street was opened last night and
twenty-ono boys took off their coats and
went to work. Mr. Robert G. Campbell
was tho chief instructor, and Mossrs.
Mitchell and Rcsgan also looked after tho
hoys, who will bo classified soon. Tho
bchool meets on Tuesday and Thursday
nights.
An EnJojabo AfTulr.
Tho entertainment given at Wilmot
Hall, corner of Kighth and I strcots
northeast, last night, by tho Daisy
Amateur Minstrels, in aid of tho library
fund of tho Eastern Prcshvteriin Church,
was n most onjoyablo allalr.
Found by Dr. Murray.
Call at 321 Pennsylvania avenue anil
get M. I. S. T. It cures fever and aguo,
rheumatism ond all kidney disease's.
Saniplo boxes freo.
Rasulmll Personalities.
It is said that Ward and tho New York
management will compromise. Waid
wiU'not ho sold ot nny price.
Tho Now York Hun says that If Ward
wero paid $5,000, Welch, Richardjon,
Connor ond Kwlng. who nro Just inval
uable, should be paid tho samo.
Baseball critics uro disposed to think tlio
Sun a tritlo oil' in such a statement.
Wind's generalship and masterly b'isu
running won many n game that Roger
Connors hatting, Buck Kwimr's catching,
Mickey Welch's curves, and Danny Rich
ardson's pick-ups could not win.
Pittsburg ollcrcd $10,000 for Ward's ro
Icntdlast season, but i'joililcnt Nlmlck
thinks that "Pop" Smith putt up a very
good gamo now.
Boston secured only ono hit yesterday
Off Phenomenal Smith at Baltimore, and
were beaton by 12 to 3. Washington
mado six hltsoll him, and had it not been
for Mycis's errors and thp substitution of
Donntlly for Shock would havo won,
"(James yesterdays Detioltfl, Cincinnati
8; Athletic 7, Philadelphia 1; Chicago 2,
fit. Louis lj Pittsburg 8, Cleveland i;
Indianapolis 10, Toronto -I,
Daily, latoofthoJIostons, has signed to
catch ior Indianapolis,
Tho Athletics won their thiid gamo
from tho Phillies ycstmd.ry. Tho latter
mado only 4 hits oh" Weylfng, whilo 11
wero made oil' Casey,
Tlio Sales or Cuslimcra nnuiiiirt.
exceeded in amount tho importations of
i nil toilet soaps, as thown by U. S. IS17
J Treasury report.
'Alrtornpy Dairy WaRotis."
Frh Alderney butter, churned every
morning and delivered In. i lb "Word"
prints, 45c. per lb. Also cottage cheese,
buttermilk nnd sweet milk, 6o. per qt.
Orcftju, 15c per pt.
TUB ARMY AND NAVY.
Tho Portsmouth arrived at St. Kilts to
day. Tho Trenton left Montevideo Wednes
day forCallao.
Ordnanco Sergeant Bernard Daly has
heen placed on tlio retired list.
Leaves of Absence. Major Albert Hart
sun", surgeon, twenty days; Acting Sur
geon I. L. Sanderson, ono month.
A general court-martial, with Captain
E. W. Whlttcnioro, Fifteenth Infantry, as
president, met yesterday nt Fort Buford,
D. T.
The old war ship Tlcondoroga was yes
terday towed from tho Charlcstowu,
Mass.. Navy-Yard to Applo Island, whero
sho will be burnt for her old metal.
Captain Goorgo M. Randall, First Liou
tenants Frederick L. Dodgo nnd Orlando
L. Wictlng of tho Twenty third Infantry
liavo been ordorcd from Fort Wayne,
jMicn., to I'ort iuacKinac, .mioii., as mini
tlonal members of tho general court-mar-
tint convoked nt tno latter post.
Second Lieutenant Ucorgo Burnett of
the mnrino guard nttho Navy Yard will
be detached on tho 'J8th instant and ro-
port to Commander Casper F. Goodrich
tor Instruction In torpedo pructlco at
Nowport, It. I. First Lieutenant Rich
ard Wallach will also ho dahichcd from
tho marlno barracks, Brooklyn, on tho
samo dato for similar duty.
Army Orders. Captain Thomas F.
Toby, Fourteenth Infantry, ordered to
report to the Army Retiring Board at
Washington, of which Brlgadler-Gcncral
Holabird is president, for examination.
Captain John R. Myrick, Captain (Icorgo
F.Towlo and First Lieutenant Luther
II. Hare, relieved from duty at headquar
ters, Department of tho Missouri, and or
dered to Join their regiment.
THE OH) LOVE WON.
Tlic Hcsult nf nn Kacapo lit nu Uptown
Hotel.
The marrlago of Miss" Kallo Martin and
Henry Dowd, at Newark, N. J., on Tues
day, ends quite a romance. Miss Martin
Is highly educated and an heiress, and
numbered among her admirers young
Dowd and James D. Morlnrty, to each of
whom sho was engaged in turn.
During tho existence, of tho latter en
gagement n curious nll'air occurred in a
hotel in this city, accounts of which worn
published at tho tlmo. Miss Martin was
on a Southern trip, and whilo staying at
Willard's Hotel it was said Morlnrty at
tempted to forco an cntranco to her room,
only being kept out by a cousin of Miss
Martin, who was fired at by Morlarty
and wounded In thonoso. On tier return
hero Mis3 Martin and Moriarty wcrorc
ronclled, hut tho renewed engagement
was broken, and now sho marries another
lover.
Shipping Natural Gus.
Tittsburg natural gas has been shipped
to Washington. II. F. Church, tho gas
engineer and calcium light oxpert of
Pittsburg, Wednesday ovonlng shipped a
cylinder of natural gas to tho National
Museum. Tho order wus given by Dr.
Daid T. Day, of tho Museum, who wroto
that it was wanted for somo experiments
that nro now 1 icing mado at tho National
Museum. "This sondlng gas away
Is not oxactly a new thing,"
said Mr. Church, "but it is tlio
first order that I havo over had from
n museum or scientific institution. I
havo, however, for somo timo bcon send
ing It away in cylinders for illuminating
purposes. Tho cylinder is mado of steel
and will sustain a pressure of about
thrco hundred pounds. Tho ' gas Is
pumped Into tho cylinder under a com
pression of about ciglit atmospheres. Tho
art ol compressing gas has been very
highly developed recently, and at tho
present tlmo it looks very much as
though bottling and shipping, gas might
become ono oi tho important industries
ofl'lttaburg."
Crick Sent to New York.
William E. Crick, who was arrested
some timo since on a warrant for stealing
$1,030 from n "wonurii in New York and
released on a writ of habeas corpus, was
rearrested to-day and ordered bv Chief
Justice Bingham to bo sent to Now York
for trial. Sarah F. Fairchlld, to whom
ho was not married, but with whom ho
has been living for ten .years (she going
by the namo of Crick), was present before
tho Chief Justico and testified that ho was
tho mau mentioned. Tho money, sho
said, was half of tho proceeds of a piece of
property which they had purchased to
gether. Click appears -to havo entirely
abandoned tho woman, who is pursuing
him with tho requisition, as ho took out a
licenso on tho 5th of this month author
izing him to marry Mallnda Rollins of
this city.
Sulcido from Sorrow.
Tho youth iho committed sulcido at
tho Continental Hotel, New York, on
Tuesday last, was yesterday identified by
William II. Barr, or Philadelphia, presi
dent of a Gcrmantown hydraulic pump
works, as his son, James II. Barr. Tho
young man was a mechanical engineer
of great promise. At breakfast on Mon
day tho youth declared his intention of
going to Atlantic City, and his father
supposed him thcro until informed that
lie was dead at tho Continental Hotel.
Tho young man brooded over tho death
of hfs mother, and to this his father at
tributed tho suicide.
To Have Your Hoys
look genteel and neat, purchaso their
clothing at tho clothlng-houso of B. Rob
inson iV. Co.. 009 Pa. ave. Our word for It,
you will not regret doing so.
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Alexandria N'owh.
Alexandria, Ya., April 13. Tho an
nual meeting, of tho Virginia Pharma
ceutical Association will bo held in Dan
vlllo May 8.
All of tho liquor licenses issued this
year havo been jiaid for In coupons.
Tho Function Club was tendered n
leap year hop by their lady friends.
Individual poitraits in oil of the mem
bers of tho Bachelor'H Club aro being
mado by Professor R. M. Dawson.
Tho Virginia Regatta will bo held hero
on July 4. i
Tho Virginia Iron Shipbuilding Com
pany elected tho following officers: Presi
dent, K. O. Clark; vlco-iircsidcnt, L, G.
Burnham: secretary and treasurer. C. E.
Moody; and tho directors: Messrs. J. W.
Green, E. O. Clark, J. Utloy, 0. E. Moody,
L. II. Kimball and G, B. Lombard.
Mr. Leonard Mnrbury has announced
himself a candidate for re-election to tho
office of Commonwealth's Attornoy, and
Mr. W. II. Smith for re-election to tho of
fice of City Sergeant, subject to tho pri
mary eleciion In May.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This iiowiler never varies. A marvel of
puilly, strength and wholosomcncsi. Mora
economical t'-iun tlio ordinary kinds, and can
not bo rold lu competition with tlio multitude
of low-tost, short-weight alum or utioiptute
powders, .'o.'cl only In aim,
ROAALDAKINU POWDER CO.,
100 Wall street, Now Vork,
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"UNDERIUliMNO."
An Opinion nn tlio .Subject Itcndcrcil
by Commttslonnr Wnlkcr.
It Is found that slnco tho passage or
tho act to regulate commerce, whilo special
contracts, rebates and drawbacks havo
been comparatively unknown, tho do
vlco technically called "underhllllng"
lias becomo qullo prevalent. Tho ship;
per In such cases pays freight upoif n
less quantity than Is actually carried, .
tho result of which Is that upon tho gross '
amount ho pays a reduced rate; in other ,
words, o less sum than is charged to other
shippers for n llko service, 'this method I
of unjust discrimination has been largely t
prumiui'u in grain Kiupiiioiiis irum un-
lcrcnt points in tho West to tho East, and
tho Interstate Commission, during tho
month of March, entered upon n some
what oMcnslvo Investigation of thn mat
ter. Testimony was taken at Chicago,
Omaha, Lincoln, Detroit, Buffalo, Wash
ington and otlieihiolnts, a number of wlt
ncssci were examined, and many statistics
accumulated, Tho conclusions nt tho
commission upon tho matter havo been
made public to-day in an opinion pre
pared by Commissioner Walker, In which
tho commercial evils resulting from this
ilcniointizcil condition nfallalrs are stated,
and suggestions mado for tho termination
of tho practlco in all, parts of tho country.
Found Parnlvcd.
Frederick Mlnzl, a Gorman CO year
of age, was found on M street, between
.Sixth and Seventh streets northwest,
nuout iu:;iu yesterday morning, uy uinccr
E, L. Farquhar, In a helpless condition
from paralysis. Ho was removed to tho
alms-liouso hospital in tho ambulance.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
l'ctroliiiim.
B, K. Plain it Co., St. Cloud Building,
furnish tho following Oil quotations:
Closed yesterday, 703; opened to-day, 71)3;
highest, fcOJ; lowest, 70; 2:15 p. in., 702.
4 Xcw Ynrlt Stock Market.
Tho following havo been ruriushed by
B. K. Plain ifc Co., Brokers, St. Cloud
Building, Ninth and F streets :
NAME. 0. 2 15 KAME. 6. 2 15
Cn So
I) A H
D, L & W..
Krlo
LS
L&N
Mo, K&T.
Mo Pa
N J Ccn
N W ,
" p'f'd..
N Pa.
" p'f'd.
N Y Ccn....
,1 J8Ji '0 T i
,107 107JPaMaIl
,1253 125Mtcading
, 211 2USt Paul.
1 H soLst P & Om.l
Ml 5IJ Tex Pa ,
Ul ISi'U Fa
,i 7.11 7.1 iWUTel ,
,170 70HWabash
.100J107 J " p'f'd..
,RT....
, I ,N.v.Wi'ii.i
. -ii'ili V ,N Y & N V.
lOUlOiJI
101j 10J
57 57J
C08, 704
S3 a.-i4
22l! 221
52! 52
71 1 73
nil 03
lis; w
331 33J
Clitcngo Mnrt;ut.
Tho following summary is by B. K.
Plain fc Co., St. Cloud Building, Ninth
and F streets :
0. II. J L. J 0.
Wheat May 781 78 7S 7S3
Juno.... 704 70J 782 704
July 70j 80 701 701
Corn May 514 653 51 51i
June.... 53 5U 63 51
July. 53J 5IJ 538 51
Oats-May 315 32j 3l 32
Juno.... 311 82 311 314
July 31 32 aijl 812
Fork-aiay U 05 II 17 1 4 05 1 1 10
Tuno .... 1 1 121 M 15 U 071it 1 124
July 14 15 11 171ll 16 U 17j
Lard May 7 05 7 071, 7 021 7 05
Juno .... 7 70 7 721 7 70 I 7 70
July 7 75 7 774 7 75 7 75
'YViuhlngton Stock Kxchnnco.
Tho following wero trio quotations on
tho regular call at tho Stock Kxchnnco
to-day. All quotations aro for securities
to the amount of $1,000 or 100 shares of
Etock :
Bid.
Washington & Georgetown Bonds 100l
Masonic Hall Bonds 1011
Washington Market Co. Bonds Ill
Washington Light Infantry, lstm'ge. 1)1
Waskington Gaslight Co. Bonds 122
Bank of Washington 292
National Bank of tho Republic 157
National Met. Bant. 1..100
Central National Bank 200
Second Nntional Bank 127
Farmers' & Mechanics' National Bank..
of Georgetown '.,...,..105
Citizens' National Bank 121
Columbia National Bank .....109
Washington & Georgetown Stock .218
Metropolitan 1031
Columbia .. 10
Capitol & North O Street .. 3!)
Firemen's Insuranco Co 371
Franklin Insuranco Co..... 331
National Met. Insuranco Co , 70
National Union Insurance Co 10
Arlington Insuranco Co 100
Corcoran Insuranco Co .'.. 501
Columbia Insuranco Co 12
German American Insurance Co 155
Potomac Insuranco Co 01
Rlggs Insuranco Co 8
Washington City Gaslight Co S92
Georgetown Gaslight Co 40
U. S. Dlcctrio Light Co 75
Chcsapeako & Potomac Tel. Co 79
AVashingtou Market Co. Stock 151
AVashington Brick Machlno Co 290
Great Falls IcoCo 130
Bull Run Panorama Stock . 371
Real Kstato Title Insuranco Co 1101
Columbia Title 5
JjTEAjMBTJATS.
TrtOIl MJlttOLK, OLD POINT AMI THE
' sntiTir
Steamer GEORGE LEARY leaves Washing
ton Monday, Wednesday and Friday nt 5 p.m.
steamer JANE ItOSELKY, Tuesday and
Thursday at r p. m. and Sunday at 4 p. tn.
Steamer Lcary lands at l'lnoy Point going
and returning.
Mosulev lands at CorMloM Harbor going
nnd returning.
Knox and Lloyd express will call and check
bacgairo at hotels nnd private residences.
Telcphono call Lcary, 745-3; Jlosolcy, 1)1.
Fare. 'l.
W. r. WELCH, Supt. P. S. Oo.
OEO.P. PHILLIPS, bupt. I. ft 8. 0. Co.
M
OUnT TKUSOSI
MOUNT YEIINON I
MOUNT VEIINONI
STEAMEn W. W. CORCORAN
Leaves 7th st. Whnrf dally (except Sunday)
for MOUNT VERNON
At 10 o'clock a. m.; returning, rcacuos Wash
ington about U:30 p. m.
PROVISIONS.
ptUtCLE MAHKET,COHNEIt VKUUOM AYE.
H
A.-1 d l, ay. n. w .
We thank tho nubllo for tliolr liberal natron-
ago dnrlng tlio last year, and will contlnuoto
furnish tho best meats and provision J In tho
market In this city, and by so doing will ex
pect a continuance of your support. Motto
Thn Vest Goods at tho Lowest Prices. Mar
keting delivered freo,
S. L. WILLETT A S. H. GWYNNB.
LIVERY STARLES.
p M. D1U!EY,
TORTLAND STAULE,
G43 and 015 Now York avo.
Landaus, Conpcs,
Coupolcttes, Ungglos.
Gurrlos, c, for Uro.
Howes boarded'
pAMl'UELL CAIIUIMIIO:,
Attorncy-at-Law,
Darbonr Law Building 400 La. Avo.
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
Rcsldcnre, No.1218 n Street NnrthwcH.
JOB PRINTING
- -w-wv
VTIO II. 1IVXEX,
BOOK AND JOR PRINTER,
305 7th tt a w.
fllUOMAS 31'filLl. A CO.
J. (Successors to McGIH & Wlthorow),
HUNTERS AND STEREOTYrERS,
1107 E Street N.W. Washington, D. C.
GOOD WORK AT PA1H PRICKS.
T 0. I'OLKIMIOIU,
Book, Job and Poster Printer.
633 AND 634 D STREET NORTOYfEST.
Near corner Seventy street.
High - Pressure
Living characterises these modern days.
Tho result Ii a fearful incrcaso of Ilraln
and Heart Diseases General De
bility, Insomnia, Paralysis, and In
sanity. Chloral and Morphia augment
tho evil. Tho medicine best adapted
to do permanent good Is Ayer's Bar.
saparllln. It purities, enriches, and
vltallcs tho blood, and thus strengthen!
ovcry function and faculty of tho body.
" I havo used Ayer's Harsirparllla, It
my family, for years. I havo fouud II
Invaluable as .
A Cure
for Nervous Debility rained by an In
active liver and n low statoot tho blood."
Henry Bacon, Xenla, Ohio.
"For somo tlmo I havo heen troubled
with heart disease I never found any
thing to help mo until I began using
Ayer'a Sarsaparilla. I havo only used
this incdlcino six months, but It has re
lieved mo from my trouble, nnd cnahloil
mo to resume work." J. P. Carzanett,
Perry, III.
" I havo been a practicing physician
for over half a century, nnd during that
tlmo I havo never found so powerful
and rollablo an alteratlro and blood
purifier as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Dr.
M. Maxstart, Louisville, Ky.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
rnKrAUKD nr
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price 1 ; alz bottlci, 5. Wotth j; a bottle.
m TIP-TOP
OF THE
FASHION.
A look through what we
call proper READY-MADE
CLOTHING will be a reve
lation to many who always
have to be measured for
their Clothes.
Every day some one
makes the discovery that in
our stock he can get a bet
ter fit than if he was meas
ured and waited.
Even the man or boy who
wants the finest kind of a
Spring Suit or an Overcoat,
made in Tip-Top of the
Fashion, can get it here.
The prices are always
right.
PARKER & CO,,
Finest Clotliiiig Reafly-Maie,
319, S. E, CORNER TCH and D STS.
GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
DENT'S AND VKllllIN'S OXOV13
(No seconds),
nian-cLASs undehwkak.
Choice Neck Drcsslug
J' V JAMAS,
.hlllllTS,
.Vc.
TYSSOWSKI BROS
Cor. 15th and GSts
KEEP'S SHIRTS.
427 SEVEKTn STREET N. W.
O. F. BURDETTE,
EOLK AGENT.
UNDERTAKERS.
M
AUTIS V. flOOP, UMIKUTAKKR, 703
7tli et H w. Heafileneoon uramlno.
Calls nntwercd at any hour of day or night.
X niLLIAlt LKE,
(Buccessor to Ilcnry Leo's Sons),
XT X5TD33Iia?.K:E R
832 TENN. AVENUE N.W.,
South Side
Branch Offlco, 408 Maryland ATcnue S. V.
A CGCKT BtmdDOltf,
i I'URNISUINO nNDERTAKER,
Slu renn. avo. . w.. between Third and ii
its. lkyerytblnflllnt-olass.
ROBINSON
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
BUFFALO
LITHIA WATER
Natnro's ffrcat Remedy for
Uric Acid Diathesis, Gout, Rheumatic
Gout, Rheumatism, Stone in the
Bladder and Renal Calculi,
W. S. TIOIPSOI,
PHPCHJUTKCIST,
703 Fifteenth Street.
Sole Agent for D. C.
EDUCATIONAL
Qmnsuiis nrjsmfss collkok, con.
p 7th and II sti. 11. w.. tho first Door over
tho Dank ot tho Republic, recently
Secured for additional collrgo hall nnd
now colleco oflleo. Threo cntlro floors now
occupied by this Institution. Now olasso for
siirlnR cMon In six departments: Practical
lfnslncM Courso; htenoirraphy und Typewrit
ing; I'rnctlcal Kncll'li Drunrhcs; Klocntlon:
llenn l'ltman rhonoitrapliyi Rapid Iluslncss
Writing. Hay nnil Ilrrnlns Sossloni for Hon.
tlemcnand Ladles. Tuition by tho yoar,
?uarteror monthly InstnllmrnK Clionlurs
rco. II. t. 8I'J:NCKR, Principal; SARA A.
HPKNClin, Vlco Principal.
DlUlTIXfl ASII l'AISTIXO. - RATIONAL
Acndemy of Flno ArM, 8H K st, prosldod
over by Sirs. Imojreno It, Jlorroll, who hni had
12 medals and studied 10 yoara lnKuropo
with tho most colebrntt-d artlntn. To prevent
children formlnjr careless lmbltsof drnwlnir,
they will tm received Snttmlays. at 4 years
of ogo nnd upward, for almost nothing.
Thorough Instruction tn ovcry branch ot art,
from drnwlng of all kinds to portrait and
hlstortcnl painting. Kontng clasos for la
dles nnd gentlemen, Mondajs and Wednes
days nt 7 o'clock.
L COLLEGE
013 SIXTH STREET NORTHWEST.
Near City" rostofflco.
Tho highest standard Builncss Collcgo In
Amciicn.
Colorttl 6tndcnts not ndmltted.
Catalogues Irco.
F. 0. MARTYN, rrcsldent.
C. K. URNER, A. M. 0. E Principal.
NORWOODSTITUTK.WASIIINOTOI.II.C.
Folcct school for young ladlos. lloautl
fully sltuntfld on Highland Tcrraco. Jlr. nnd
Jtrs. W. 1). CAIIELL, l'rlnclpals. Rofercncos:
Cnns. 8. Vcnnblo, Chalrmnn of Faculty, and
other profcsors university of Virginia; II. L.
Gllderslccvo nnd other prof cssora John Hop
kins University.
Mno5AT.n.r.i.iiis kciiool, con. mass.
avo and 17th bt, Washington, D. V.
Second session Tcb. 1, 1888.
Miss butchcon'B Evening Travel Class will
begin Feb. 20, 1888.
Tho first lcctnro on American Ltteraturo by
rrofessor Lincoln, Tcbruary 1 1, 1838.
For Information address tho principal,
MISS ANNA ELLIS.
Q1
CHOOIi OK mE DECOUATIVK EMBROI.
aery nnm'ninting now open at oppon-
olmor k Ilmthrr'n Art Itooma. &14 Nlnt
uaiu bi
n w , uci. iii nnu i? .
XTTASIILNnTOSACADiailOFTELEaBAPIII
TV 031 r st n w, Rooms 7, 8, 0; morning
and evening classes. Bend for pamphlet.
J-IUA1TISC1 SCHOOL ARCHITECTURAL,
J Mechanical and Perspective Drawing, on
onday and Wodnosday evenings, from 7 to
0. Apply on class shjhts.or from to 4-30, to
GEO. B. PHELPS,
1127 Fst. 3d floor.
Academy of tho Holy Cross,
1312 MASS. AVE. N. W.,
Will rcsnmo first Monday In Septombcr. It
Biiorus.ovcry lacuity ior acquiring n inorongu
and accomplished education, lbo musical
department, embrnclng Harp, Piano, Organ,
Guitar, lianjo and Mandolin, Is directed by
thoroughly-accomplished teachers. Painting
In Lustre, Oil and Water Colors. Special at
tention paid to Bookkeeping and tbo Higher
Mathematics. Attached to tlio Academy la
a Department for Little Boys.
TR7sriTpiutSO
U Oth st, cor E n w.
1 lrl-eloBSiniliiga specialty. Aching toctb
saved. A local aniesthotlo used on tho gums
alle lutes the pain of extracting,
DR. B.T.MAS05, DENTIST, FORMERLY OF
4 Hi st, has removed his odlco to 1201 Pa
ave. corner 12th tt. Cocalno and gas given.
TK. J. A. H'LEAS, 11E5TIST,
U 7i!o rourtconth street n w.
First-class work at modovato prices. Gold
and Amalgam rilling. Artificial Crowns per
manently attached to roots. Gold-lined Rub
ber Plates; satisfaction guaranteed. Gentlo
treatment assured.
Elt. DUKE, DK.1TIST, 710 14T1I ST W
Tccth extracted without pain, by aid ot
J application prepared and used only by
mo. Teeth tilled 81. Perfect fitting hoU of
nrllficlnl tcth. Operations guaranteed.
Fine Art Embroideries
AT
OPPENHEIMER'S
Unlive Ait Booms,
NEW IJUII.DINO,
514 Ninth St. N. W.
Wo nro showing somo very handsomoNow
Doylies, In Embioldorlcs nnd Drawn Wovo
Tray Covers, Bureau covers nnd bundrods of
new nnd unique goods for Decoratlvo pur
poses. A fowspoclnl bargains for tho next
few da) b:
Cllnoh Momlo Cloth Bureau Covers,
stamped, Mio.
72-Inch Momlo Cloth Bureau Covers. (Il)o.
61-lnch Momlo Cloth, with open work, very
fine, 70o.
72-Inch Momlo Cloth, with open work, very
flno, 000.
, Handsomo Hemstitched Trny Cover. 43o.
Aftornoon Tea Cloth, hoinstitchcd, S1.7S.
Momlo Cloth Doylies nt QOo Per doi,
Damask Do lien, largo size, SI 20eriloz.
Bolting Cloth. In 18, 21, 20, 40 Inch,
1 1 ultima CliAfit Itif 111 nil ustlrtpd
Ungarron Art Tiircads, In nil shades.
Hope Silk, tho ouly complete assortment In
the city.
Titisel In nllthndos.
thlna Silk Pongees, and all tho latest Ini-
Sutntlnnsln l'utiey Silks nnd Flno Drapery
atcrlnl.
bpcclal designing of ull kinds for Stamiilng.
Complcto lino ot all kinds of Embroidery
Matcnnlat
OPPENHEIMER'S
NF.W IIOILDIS'O,
514 Ninth St. N. W.
Sole agents for tho Light Running Now
Home Sewing Machlno.
FINE GROCERIES.
JAS. D. DONNELLY,
GROCER,
Corner 11th and I sts. N. W.
For the Lenten Scason-SPECIALs
DnRolx. Olives, Toas, Beans, MUod Vege
tables, Asi aracui, Artichokes and Wetsbaiwn
rescrvos: In glass, Pato de Fold Gras; Cross
A Blaekwell's Jams and l'loklos, 1. J. Hit
ter's Flno Consorves, Smoked Salmon nnd
Smoked Halibut, 25o pound; Cannod Lobster,
Shrimp and Salmon, Whitman's Fine Candy,
Vesscdo Plls, Cborolato, Extra Quality ot
Cata ba Wine, Jl per gallon; Maryland Club
Rye WhUky, It. BO per gallon; champagnes
bythecabe or bottle.
JA9. D. DONNELLY,
14th and Istan w.
PEERLESS DYES &E.MSSJ
CLOTHING.
H. D. BPCRR,
Importor and Tailor.
Spring Goods,
All of tho Latest Novelties,
English, Fronoh and Scotch
Suitings, &c, just arrivod.
MR. BARR personally ftti all garments
mado in onr establishment.
1111 Penna. Ave.
M. 3T. SBLTZ,
1338 rSTHEET.
My now Importations aro now fully opened
nnd complete They cotnprlso all tho latest
novelties In English and 1'roncb Goods for
gentlemen's wear.
An early Inspection Is rospcctfully sollcltod
M. 3T. SELTZ.
HARBAN & BENNETT,
FINE TAILORING AND MEN'S FURNISH
INGS. Onr St ring Stock Is nowcomoloto. Never
beforo have wo shown such a vnrlcty of Nov
eltlr. Call and sco tho Stylish Goods wo can nuko
yon to order for 125 11 Milt.
Good Shirts to measure at to per half dozen
HAItlSTIN .V: nnWIUKTT,
1110 New York Arnuo,
DOU'T GO DOWN TOWN
TO SHOP
When jou can do ns vcll a t homo. And If wo
can't sell you ns cheap nnd glvo as good 11
bargain, then you aro woloomo to go. But
gho us n trial beforo you do so.
Boys' Suits, S2.HO. valito J1 RO
' " t.'ioonliio I no
" " $100, value 5 no
" " $."1.00. value lino
" ' jnoo,aluc 7 no
' " $7.00, value H no
Men's nnd Youths' 18 00, vuluo 10 00
Siooo, vnlno 12 00
" " " 812.00. vnlito 15 00
noys" Single Tents from i25o up.
Men's " " " 75o up to $5.
Thcso nro cash prices.
J. W. SELBY'S
"West Kntl ComliiiiAtlott Stores,
1914-1916 Pennsylvania Ave.
BOOTS. SHOES, HATS AND ITRNISHINGS.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
CONOItrSSIONAT, nOTBT. nnil CAV13
CAPITOL HILL.
This Hotel and Cafe Is sltnntod adjoining
tho Capitol, on tho most clovatod point In
Washington. From tts balconies a beautiful
view cnti bo had of tbo cntlro olty of Washing
ton, Arlington Heights, Votomno River nnd
tbo Capitol grounds. Tlio Cafo Is stocked
with tho best of the season, Guosts accommo
dated with delightful, nlry and woll-vcntl-latcd
rooms nt special rates.
HENRY BROCK. Proprietor.
(Formerly of Now York and Now Jersey.)
Horso cars from nil tho Railroad Depots
pass In front of this Hotel.
TII13 IlIXVElIimU, Corner 3d St. nnd
Pa. avo., Washington, D. C. Rates, 82
to J3 per day. F1rt-clasn In nil of Its appoint
ments; IIOADLKY & PAOK. Props.
METHOI'OLITAN nOTKfc.
Penna. avo.. between ath and 7th sts.
n. w..opposIto Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
W. H. SELDEN. Proprietor.
mUli KUDlTTi
WASHINGTON. D.D.
Army and Navy Headquarters.
5F0UB IR05 FIRE ESCAPES.
TERMS $3.00 and $4.00 per Day.
Tj1DEI.'3
Music Hall and Restaurant,
(Formerly Abncr's)
E STREET, BETWEEN 7TH AND 8TO.
Meals served table d'hote and a la carte.
Tho handsome dancing hall can bo rented
for balls, parlies, etc., at any time.
HERMAN EDEL, Proprietor.
tUAMHi:ilLIN'S RISTAUHANT
For Ladles and Gentlemen,
821, 823 AND 825 FIFTEENTH ST.
A Ladles' Restaurant.
THE MOST EXQUISITE CUISINE IN WASH
INGTON. Arrangements can bo mado for RECEP
TIONS, DINNER OR THEATRE PARTIES.
Wines, Liquors and Cordials by tho Bottlo
or Coso.
JOHN F. CHAMBERLIN.
BAimis nonsE.
AME1UCAN PLAN,
n. nvo., near 14tb St., Washington, D.
C, S2G0 and S3 per day. Special ratos to
parties and pcrmanont gnosis. Passengor
elevator.
JOHN H. HARRIS, Proprietor.
GILSr.Y HOUSE,
EUROPEAN TLAN,
Cor. Broadway and Twenty-Ninth St.,
NEW YORK CITY.,
JAMES II. IIIIESLIN, Vroprlotor.
QtT. JAMES HOTEL,
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Ave.
L. WOODBURY, Proprietor.
WILLAICD nOTEE,
WASHINQTON, D. C.
O. Q. STAPLES, late of Thousand Isl. Qonso,
IToprletor.
TURF EXCHANGE
and
RESTAURANT,
Corner blxth bt. and Pa. Avo.
gAM'S
. ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
mills ACME,
JL KENTUCKY AVE..
And Dlroctly on tho Bench.
MRS. O. V. STODDARD.
TIOTEI. NOItMANDIE
X L Corner ronna. ond Atlantlo Avcs.
Hrst-class In ItsAppolntmcnts.
Open all tho yoar,
' jos. r. tlanio n. to.
Windi:meke,
TENNESSEE AVENUE,
Near Beach. Thoroughly Heatod.
MRS. C. L. HOUSTON..
milE CHAI.l'ONTE.
Thoroughly heated, not and cold sea
water taths. Kxtcnslvo sun gallcrlos. Ele
vator. Open February to Oetotxr.
E. ROBERTU SONS.
mill: IVAA'EIIeV, Atluntln'cFty, N. jf,
JL Open all tho year. Steam boat, hot and
cold salt baths In the houso; tlno sun parlors;
coach meets trains. MRS. J. L. BRYANT,
Proprietor,
PIANOS.
KNABE
Unoqualed In Tono, Touch,
Workmanship and Durability.
Special attention of Purchaser) Is I mi tod
o their "New Artistic fatjlea," finished In do
Igns of
Highest Decorative Art.
SECOND-nAND PIANOS, a nno assortment
ot prominent makes at all prices.
PIANOS FOR RENT.
WM. KNABE & CO..
817 Market Space.
HAILnOAUS.
Tho Groat PonnsylvanlaHouto.
3nmx&
TO THE NORTH, WEST AND 80UTIIWE3T.
DcvU Ttntk. SiJendLl Bctntry.
RtttlJlalli. itaghlflisnt Kjulpm'nt.
In Erraci Novixnrn 111, 1887.
Train ban Wiuhlngton from Station, Oorntr
of Sltth and II Strtttt, an Follow:
For Pittsburg nnd tho West, Chicago Limited
Kirrrs of l'alnro Sleeping Com nlO no a
tn dally; Fast Line, II 50 n m dally to Cin
cinnati and St. Louis, with sleeping cars
from llarrlnburg to Cincinnati nnd buffet
car to Nt. Loul; dally, except Saturday, to
Chicago, with sleeping car Altoonato Chi
tngn. Western Express nt 8:10 p m dally,
with Bleeping cars Washington to .Chi
cago nnd Ht. Louis nnd (except Saturdays)
llatrlstmrg to Clovcland. connecting
dally at llnrrlshurg with through sloop
en for Lnnlsvlllo nnd Memphis. Pncltio
Kxprcis, 10 pm dally for Pittsburg nnd
tbo West wllh through sleepers to Pitts
burg and Pittsburg to Chicago.
BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
For Erlo, Cannndalgnn, Roohcstcr, Buffalo,
Niagara, 10 p m dally except Saturday
with palaco cars Washington to Itochoster.
For Wllllamsport, Lock Haven and Elmlra at
Ono am dallynxcept Sunday.
For New York und tho Kast.7.-20.0, 11 and
11:10am, 2, -1:10, 10 nnd 1120 pm. on
Bnnday.0tll:IOam,2,-l:10, lOnndllrtMl
pm, Limited Express of Pullman Parlor
and Dining Cars 0,10 n m dally except
Sunday, and 0:15 pm dally.
For Boston without cnango 2pm every day.
For Brooklyn, N,Y nil through trains connect
at Jersey city with boats of Brooklyn An
nex, affording direct transfer to Pulton
street, avoiding doublo forrlago across
Now York city.
For Philadelphia. 7:20. 0.11 nnd 11:10 urn., 2,
4:10, 0, 10 nnd 11:20 p m. On Sunday. 0,
11 MO nro. 2,4:10,0, 10 and 11:20pm.
Limited Exprcus, parlor and dining cars,
0:40 n m week days nnd 0:15 p m dnlly.
For Baltimore 11.35, 7:20,0, I) 10, 0 50,11
and 11:10 nm. 12 05, 2, II: 15, 4:10, 4 (,
4'io,0,8:10,10 andll;20um. On Sun
day,!), OW.,1) 50, 11:10 a in, 2,3:15, 4:10,
0, 8:10, 10 nndliaonm,
For Pope's Creek Line, 7.-20 a m and 4:10
p m dally except Sunday.
For Annnpol!, 7:20 nnd On m, 12 01, 4:20
nnd 0 p m dally except Sunday. Sundays,
II am und 4:10pm.
ALEXANDRIA AND FREDERICKSBURG
RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA AND
WASHINGTON RAILROAD.
For Alexandria, o, 0:15,8:10,0.17,10 57 a m,
12 0-1 noon, 2 (15. 4.25, Jl, 01. 0.30,8 05,
1005 and hot pm. On Sunday at ll.
1)47, 10 57 a tn. 2.30,0.30, 8. 05 and
10 05 pm.
Accommodation for Quantlco, C p m wcok
dnyt.
For .Richmond nnd tho South, 0, 10 .57 ft m
dally and 0 01 p m dally except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria for Washington. (1 05,
7.05, 8, ll:H), 10.15, II 07 a m. 1:20,0,
0.-23,5:10,7 05, 1)32 10:12 and 1105p
m. OnMinday nt 0:10 and 11.07 a tn,
2. 5:10, 7.1l5.032nnd 1012pm.
Tickets ond Information at tho oflleo, north
east corner of 13th street nnd Ponnylvnnln
n venue, ami nt tho station, whero orders enn
bo loft for tho checking of baggage to destina
tion from Hotels and residences.
CUAS. K. PUQII, J. It. WOOD,
General Manager. (J. P. A.
Baltimore anfl Ohio Railroad.
Schedule In effect Nov. 20, 1887.
Leavo Washington from station comer ot
New Jersey avenuo and 0 street.
For Chicago and Northwest, express dally
10.65 a.m., 0.40 p.m.
For Cincinnati ond St, Louis, cxprosa dally
2 30 and 0.40 p.m.
For Ilttsburg and Clovoland, expross dally
10.53 n. m. and 8.40 v. m.
For Lexington and Local Stations, 18.40 a. m,
For Philadelphia. Newark nnd Wilmington,
7.30 a. ni., 2.35 and 5.50 p. m. dally, ox
pres. For Intermediate points bctweon rialtlmoro
and Philadelphia, ts.00 a. m. and t3.15
p.m.
For Slngcrly and intermediate points, tl.30
p.m.
For Baltimore, BOO, 0 30, 0 40, 7.30. 8 30,
0.50 a. m., 12.10, 2.35, 3.15, (45-mlnnte
train), 3 30, 4.30, 4.40,5.30, 6.55,0.45,
7.30, 8.35 and 11.30 p, m. Sundays,
0.30. 7.30, 8 30. 0.50 n. m., 1.30.2 35,
0.30, 4.40, 5.30, 5.55, 0.45. 8.35 and 11.30
p.m.
For Annapolis, 0 40 and 8.30 a. m 12.10 and
4.30pm. On Sundays, 8 30 am, 4.40 p
tu. Leavo Annapolis 0.40, 8.30 a m, 12 05,
8.50. 0.30 p m. Sundays, 8.30 n m, 4.10
p.m.
For Way Stations between Washington and
Baltimore, 5.00, 0 40. 8.30 n. m.. 12.10.
3.30, 4.40, 0.45 and 11.30 Dm. On Sun
days. 8.30 0Un, 1.30, 3.30, 4.40, 0.45 and
11.30pm.
For stntlons on tho Metropolitan Brsnnh,
t0.35am. 8.40nm. tl.40n m. for rain-
clpal stations only; 1.10 nro and 15.30
P m. ton Sundars stop at all stations.
For Gallhcrsburg and Intermediate points,
II) 30 a in. t!2 00 p m. 5.35. tll.20 p ra.
For Boyd's nnd intermediate stations, tv p
m.. 510 00 pm.
Church train leaves Washington on Sunday
only at 1.10 p. m.. stopping at all sta
tions on Metropolitan Branch.
For Frederick, 18 40 a m. 12.30 p m, 15 30 p
m. Sundavs. 1.10 n. in.
For Hagorstown, 18 40 a m and 15.30 p m.
Trains arrlvo from Chicago dally 0.20 a m and
5.45 p m; from Cincinnati and St. urals
dally (1.20 a m and 2.25 p m; from Pitts
burg dally 7.20 a ra. 5.45 p m.
From Philadelphia, Chester and Wilmington,
10.45 a m, 2.20, 7.10 and 0,30 p in dally
and 11.50 p.m.
From Wngerly nnd Intermediate points north
of Baltimore, 10 a. m. dally.
TralnB leao Baltimore for Washington at
5.10, 0.25, 0 30, 7.20, O, O 05, 10 n. m;
12.15, 1.30, 3, 4.10. 5. 0, 0.30, 7.30, 8.30
and 11 p. m. On Sunday", 0.30, 7.20,
0.05,10 a.m.; 1.30, 1.35, 4.10, 5, 0.30,
7.30, 8.30 and 11 P.m.
TExcept Sunday. 'Daily. Sundays only.
Baggage called for and checked at hotels
and residences on orders left at ticket ofllcos,
010 and 1351 Pa. avo.
W. M. CLEMENTS, C. K. LORD,
Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
Piedmont Air Lino.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCHB25. 1888.
8.20 a. ra. East Tennessee mall dally for
Wnrrcnton, Gordonsvlllo. Charlottesvillo,
Lynchburg and stations between Alexan
dria and Lynchburg, Bristol, Itonuoko,
Knoxvlllo, ltomo, Calcra, Montgomery ana
New Orleans. Pullman Slcopor Washing
ton to Now Orleans.
11.24 a. m. Fast mall dally for Warren
ton, Charlottesvillo, Gordonsvlllo, stations
Chesapeake and Ohio routo, Lynchburg,
Rocky Mount, Donvlllo and stations be
tween Lynchburg and Danvtllo, Groons
boro, Rolclgb, C'harlotto, Columbia, Au
gusta, Atlanta, Blrmlnghnm.Montgomory,
New Orleans, Texas and California, mil
man sleeper Now York to Atlanta, In con
nection with Pullman sleepers Atlanta to
Now Orleans, and Mann boudoir sleepers
for Birmingham, VIcksbnrg and Shrove
port. Pullman sleeper Dnnvlllo to Co
lumbia and Charleston. Solid trains Wash
ington to Atlanta. Docs not connect for
C. and O. routo points Sundays.
3.85 p. in. dally, except Sunday, for Manassas,
birasbnrg and Intermediate stations.
5.30 p.m. Western express dnlly for Warl
renton. Gordonsvlllo. Charlottesvillo.
Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis.
Pullman Sleepers and solid trains
Washington to Lonlsvtllo; also for Lynch
burg, Bristol, Chattanooga, Memphis, Lit
tlo llork and all Southwestern points.
Through Pullman Sleepers Washington to
Memphis without change
11.00 p. m. Southern express dally for Lynch
burg, Danville, Ralelgn, ABhuvlllo, Cnar
lotte, Columbia, Aiken, Atiguta, Atlanta,
Montgomery, New Urlean, Texas nnd
California. Pullman Weepers Washing
ton to New Orleans, via Atlanta and
Montgomery. lMllman Sleepers Washing
ton to Aiken, S. C, Yi Ithout change
TRAINS ON WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIJ
VIMON
Leavo Washington 0.12 a. m. dally, excopt
Sunday, and 4, 15 p. m. dally, urrlvo Itniiud
Hill 11.48 n. in. and 7,21 11, in.; return
ing, lcao Round Hill 0 50 a. in, dally
and 1 20 p. 111. dally, except Sunday, ar
riving Washington 8.38 a. in. and 3,55
p.m.
Through trains from tho South via Charlotte,
Danlllnand Lynchburg arrlvo In Wash
ington 8.10 a. in. and 8,23 n. m.; la East
Tennesco, RrMol and Lynchburg, nt
11.13 a, m, and O.lo p. m; la Chca-
Eenko aud Ohio routo nnd Charlottesville,
40 p. m, btrasburg local 0, 17 n in.
Tickets, sleeping car lcervatlou and infor
mation furolohcd nnd baggage checked at
oftlco, 1300 Fciinsylnnln u untie, and nt
Fusfenger Station, l'ciiiisjlvaiila R..R Sixth
and U btrccts.
JAS. L. TAYLOR,
General Passenger Agont.
Chesapeake and Ohio Routo.
(Newport News and Mlslslpnl Valloy Co.)
Schedule In effect Nov. 13, 1887.
Trains leavo Union Depot, Sixth and II Sts.
10.67 A. M. For Nowport News, Old Point
Comfort and Norfolk. Dally except Sun
day. Arrlvo In Norfolk 7 p. m. Through
parlor car Washington to Old Tolnt,
11.3-1 A. M. For blntlons on tho Ohosa
lako nnd Ohio In Vliglnln, Wost Virginia
and Kentucky dally, except Sunday,
fOceplng car Clifton Forgo to Huntington.
0.80 P. M. Fast Western Express dally.
Solid train, with Pullman Buffet sleeping
cars to Louisville", Pullman sorvlco to Cin
cinnati, tit. Louis, Memphis and New Or
loans. Office, 613 Pennsylvania avenue.
H.W. FULLER,
(Jen, P&u, Agent.
AUCTION SALES.
T
lltlSTFKS' HIM! OF YALI'tllLK l-
FHO KD PRilPEIITV, BEING No. .
U STREET N W
By virtue of a Deed of Tnut lo u, reeordeil
In I.lbor, No IKK), fnlli. 381, et 0(,oneof
tho Land Hrturd of tho District of ColiimhU,
nnd nt tho rcqucut nf thn parly soetircd
thereby, wo will ofTer fur alo, in front of thn
prenili-o. nn FRIDAY. Till. 13rn DAY OF
APRIL. 1HBH. nt 5 o'clock p in the follow
ing described rial eitntu In tliixltyol Wa-li
Ington, Dlitrlet of Coluinbtii, and described
by tbo following metes and liuiinils, to wit
Commencing for tho ssmo nt 11 point on U
street, dltnnt!32 feet fast from the north
west corner 01 squaro J 70S tin nee oat 22
feetl (hot co south 11(1 feet to n 1 2 root alley;
thence west 22 fetl; thonro north 1 10 let I to
the plneo of beginning; being tlio amo prop
crty conveyed by win. T. llrtsuoc to Alfred
51. Donnldon bv deed dulv reoordod.
Terms: Ono-thlrd cali, bjlauco III one and
twojenrs. ntMx per mil lulinnt, luiyabh)
semi annually, secured hyu deed of trust on
tho property sold, nr nil rnnb, nt tlio option
of tho purchaser. Aduiudt of JlOllnfll bo
required nt lime nf ialo If Icrms ofsaloiiro
not compiled with In ten days nfler day of
sale, tho proiwrty mav bo rosold nt rlik and
coft of defaulting purchaser after ono week's
public notice
WM MAYSE. jk.. I ,..,,,..,
.HIIINT ARMS, (Trustee.
CirX), W STR'hNEY, Auctioneer, 1)3(1 1.
riALE f.MlKIt IIEFII OFTItlST 01' ll i:m,
D INHHOt'MK AND PIIEMIS1W No 1127
FIFTH ST N W. LOT 20 IIY 120 IT.
TO 80 FOOT ALLEY.
Bj" Alrluo of a deed of trust, recorded In
Llbir, No. 78(1, folio 112, of tho Land Rocords
of tbo District nf Columbia, I will sell nt pnl
Ho miction. In front of tho premises, nn HT
IHDAY.THE 1 ITU DAY 01' APRIL, 1HS8.
nt 5 o'clock n, m., part of lot No. II, In
square No, 51 1, In tho city of Washington,
1). 0., bounded n follows: Beginning for tho
samo nt tho southvtcal corner of raid lot nnd
runn'jg ihcncu north 20 fcot and extending
back with that width to tlio roar line of said
lot. Improved by a brick dwelling homo.
Terms of ale: 82 000, wllh Intere't at H
percent fmmOdobcr 1, 1Hh7. uiiil ex;nsea
of fnlo In cnli, balsme at Onnd 18 month,
for vthltb tho notes nf tho uirchuur, bearing
Interest ond ceMireil by ilcud of trut 011 tho
property sold, will bu lukm. Adciwslt nf
$100 will be lequlrtd of the puri-lu-fr at tbo
tlmo of sale
WM. F JIATTINriLY.Trustco.
T1I03. E. WAIIOAM AN. Aurtionecr.
LOTTERIES.
TTl'Rl.tI.I)KMKI) ATTUAaiOM
Over Half a Million Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incoriioratcd by IhoLeglilatiire In 1808, for
Educational and Charltablo purposes, and ill
franchlso mado a purl of tlio present Stato
Constitution In 1870 by un overwhelming
popular voto.
Its Grand Single) Number Drawings lako
placo every month, ami Its Grand Quarterly
Drawings lako place la March, Juno, Scptein-
uer uuu uucumoer.
"HV ifo hcriby ctrtifij that ice mpcrtl". Uiear
rargtmenti fur all tn Monthly and Ouartirt'j
Diatcinotof the IxmMaiia btaU Lottery Com
)Hiny, and tn lvreon, manage and contivi the,
railing. Ihenutltet, and that the. tame ait am
ducted xclth homttij,fairnut and In good Jallh
toward all partlee, and we authorise the Con
pans to lue this ccitljtcatt In tu adwtltt
tnenti."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
COMMISSIONERS.
Wo, tho nndcrslgnod Banks and Bankers,
will pay all prizes drawn In the Louisiana
Stato Lotteries vhlch may bo presented at
our counters:
R.M. WALMSLEY, rrcs.La. Nat. Bank.
PIERRE LANAUX.Prcs. State Nat. Bonk,
A. BALDWIN, Pros. N. O. Nat. Bank.
CARL KOHN, Pics. Union Nat. Bank.
Grand Single Number Drawing, at the
Academy of Music, New Orleans, TUESDAY.
MAY 8. Ib88.
CAPITAL PRIZE $150,000.
Notice Tickets aro ;iO only. Halves, 15.
Fifths. S2. TLUths,Il.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPrrALPUIZEOFSlIW.OOO.. 1160,000
1 GRAND PRIZIt OF 60,000.... 50,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000,... 20,(XK
2 LAKJJK PRIZES OF 10,(100.... 20,000
4LAH0h:,IUZE3 0F 5,000.... 20,000
201MUZi:S01- 1,00(1.... 20,000
BO " 500.... 23,000
100 " OOu... 30,000
200 " 200,... 40,000
600 " 100 ... 50.000
AiTnoxivAnox rnizti.
100 Approximation Prizes 30(l... 30.000
100 do do 200... 20,00(1
100 do do 100.,. 10,000
1000 Terminal Prizes of BO... 60,000
2,170 prizes, amounting to..
,..$335,000
RyTor Clnb Hate's orony further Informa
tion apply to tbo undersigned. Your hind
writing must ho distinct und Signature jalii.
More rapid return mull dollvery will be as
sured by your Inclosing an Envelope bearing
your full nddres.
Send Postal Note, Expross Monoy Orders,
or New York Exchange In ordlir.iry letter.
Currency by Expro-s (at our expense) ad
dressed to
M.A. IIAUl'lIIN,
Now Orleans, La.
Address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
Now Orleans, La.
IlllMKaimnt thoTtho prcsenco of Gen
erals Beauregard und Early, who are In
charge of tbo drawings, U a guarantee of ab
solute fairness and integrity, that tho chance
nro all equal, nnd that no one can liosslbly
dlvlno what number will draw a Prize.
"REMEMBER, olso, that tho puytnent ot
rrlzesls GUAILXNTEEDBY FOUR NATION
AL BANKS of Now Orleans, and tho Tlcketi
aro signed by tbo President of an Institution
whoso chartered rights aro recognized in tho
highest Court; therefore, bowaro of all Imi
tations and anonymous echomos."
STATIONERY.
RIDER& ADDISON.
Wholcsalo and Retail Dealers in
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
314 Eighth St. n. w., near Va. avo.
Orders or requests for quotations given per
sonal attention, nnd satisfaction guarantecl
in price and quality.
EASTON&RUPP,
Corner Pa. Ave. and 13th St. N. W.
ENVELOPES TO MATCH,
For Merchants, Danfccr, Lawyers,
Tourists aud Elite Correspondence.
CARD KMiltAma AND PRINTING.
BLANK HOOKS. SUNK BOOKS
WOOD AND COAL."
V. Baldwin Johnson,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
"Wood. anxcL Coal.
Complete Facilities. Bottom Trices,
llill Weight and Measure.
Wood nnd Coal direct from tho forests anl
mines by rail and water, and free from slag
elato and other Impurities.
01VE ME A TRIAL.
Main Yard and Office, 1011 R. I. nv . 11. w.
Branib 511 A street northeast.
Branch ofuce, corner Ninth and K sts. n, w.
All conno ted by telephone.
! PHOTO-ENGRAVING -to
Uavtug recently tilted up a
Photo-Engraving Establishment,
In connection with my PATENT PROCESS, I
am prepared to furuUh
ILLUSTRATIONS AT NEW YORK TRICES.
Photographing on Wood for tho Trade.
MAURICE JOYCE
41B ELEVENTH hTRKEY N. W.
CARPETINGS
GEORGE W1LLNEK
nna stock a full lino ot -Carpeting", all
graues Oilcloths, Cocoa and Straw Mattings.
Also latest styles In Wall Paper. Window
Shades and Curtain Goods, Who Window and
Door Screens.
ntiCESLow.
Q-EO. 'W'ILIjICTIKIIR,
t20 NINTH BTIIKKT N0J1THWJK3T,
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