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t JPOTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
| JX>B POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS. ~
I NEW IRON STKAMKR "WAKEFIELD"
Leave* ?th-?tr.et wharf on MONDAYS, TIU'R*
I>AYS and SATURDAYS at 7 a.m Returning
TUESDAY"?. FRIDAYS and sfXUAY p.ui.. touching
at Rlvrf Landing* a- far a< Notuiui t reek,
I'urrlouian. Va.; St. ^ Iwumits' Kay aud Ltonardlown,
Md. (onacct? ?itn II An. R. K. at shepherd.*,
c&eduie. JOHN B. PAIxjLri. Afc-er.t.
C W. RIDLEY. Manager. apll
OvTVark to m?:k?!.k stkamer JaNF.
_j M'?Sr.J.; \ le t t st.wharf,Washington.Monday,
Wednesday .... I .r Uy, at p. iu. Firstclaw
Pare. $1. ?: .1: i 11 ,;j. $i.,"io. ?p4
| \l -K. 1 ro NEW ><?j..K-rREi?i?IT ST: \mXJ
KUSJO.'IN li-SON and E.l. KNIGHT leave
Pier 41. East H.ver.X. V., >-v .1 y sa'I IIUAY at 4 p.
B.: ?' h -t. whan', \\ Ashimttori. every WEDNr>l)AY
MoRNOti. Freight at lowest rate^. ap4
* JJOTOMAC TRANSPORTATION ~LINK
' t STEAMER ST'E.
CAPT. W. C. GEOOHEGAN.
will TMimf the route between HALTIMORE AND
W ASH I N<?T' >N. stopping at Kiver Landings, leaving
Stephenson's wharf -* 0.111. SUN 1?AY, March 15.
Riv?r FrHght received SAT I RI'A Ys ONLY, and
must he prepaid.
All accommodation* fir?T-cln<w. Applv to
si l.i'l!L\"U.N HRO., st. wharf.
Office:?I-th xt. ai d Pennsylvaniaav. n.w ion 11-Hm
CTtAJCKR MATTA.NO I.KAVI-> 7TH-HTREET
CT wharf TBe?l?vs Thursdays and Sundays, at 7
o'clock am., for River Luridihcrs m tar a* Mattox
Creek, returning on Wednesday, Friday and Monday
afternoons. For information applv to
G. 1>. &UKKIK1, ii.14 Pa. ave. n.w..
Or to
mhi* O. T. JONES. A*rt.. 7th-st. whart
\TORFOl K AND FOKTKLiSS MONROE.
j 1 Tlte popular steamer i.i.OR-.E LEAltY leaves
7th Ftre?*t wharf on MONDAY % U'tPX P-SDAYS
and FRIDAY'S at 5 r ni . stepping at F!nev Point
and Corn tie.d goiiiif and ret .riui.tc. I'dRhrct in Norfolk
w ,th all railroad a: rt >twiiil??t line--, setiire
rvoriit ami ticket* at U. ?r;il o. Ofbce, 14th and
Pennsylvania avenue. St. Marc hotel. and Knox KxprHH.
HtO taimvlvMiia av?;mr, uli'> n ill also cheek
* oatcKaga from hotel* a:;d private residences. For farther
Information in^r.ire at company's office, 7th
a utreet wharf. Telephone call 7-J-VS.
p ds WILLIAM P. WK-.( H. General Agent
VjT."VERNON.' MT. VERNON!
^ STfAMFR 'V. \V. <T>Rrr>T!AN
9 Leaves 7th-*treel wharf dally (except SnndaV) for
5ft. Vernon at 1<? oVl- rlt a. ni.: returning, reaches
Washington about oiln p. m.
sell'. L. I_ Rf.AKF. Captain,
HA ILROADS.
rpiiE Virginia midland railway.
THE SHORT LINE lo THE SOUTH AND
h r w r .s r.
Schedule in effect A 1'Ril. 5. 1885.
11:15 A V Ni..'. OJil EANS FAST MAIL daily,
ni:v'c:ii- ?-i- ??- >inec miii South anil Southwest
lui'. .-v i ' s iv.with t . ai d O. Rai'wav. Pnll1111,11
sleeping MiiiTet cars from New York aiid Washi"
Ai.iui.ii. Pullman >1? epin* cars from
W . siiiiiicti'ii t<> N .-w Oi i?-aiis witiiout "iiange of carM.
5:ioPM LOlT.>\TLLK PAST LINK 1 a.ly via
1 K..r. -. v 111 ( 11 'ini?AT; I.oir<tvi[|piinr1 :tll VVmi.
otji points. Pullman sleeping cars, Washington to
lu'Vo'i .M SOUTHERN MAIL AND FJt PRESS. |
1 Daily to aii points South and Sonthwest via L>anvisii'
and Charlotte. PnMnian Sleeping ears from I
W a? In net on via Danville. Charlott" and Atlaira to I
New Orleans: also, from Washington via Cliar!otte
and Columbia to Augusta.
Manas-as Division Train leave Washington at 4:15 p.
m. daily, except Sunday.
Warrent-m Trains leavj Washington at 11:15 a.m.
and 5:lO D m. datlv.
Trains arrive in Washington: 8:00 a.m.. Southern
BxpresA. daily: S:45 a.in.. Strashurg I.ooal. daily except
Sunday, SWJO p.m.. New <irleans Fast Mail, daily:
9:-f" P m.. i-.' u'.svill srw ml, daily.
For tickets and information inquire at Company's
ftce, W>1 Pennsylvania avenue. Trains leave from
Ji. and p. station.
it. SLAV OUTER. X. MACDANIFL,
Uen. Pass. Agent Agent
apT SOL. IT A AS. Traffic Manager.
rr?HE GBKAT
X PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE
TO THE NOR1H. WEST. AND SOCTHWEST.
DOUBLE TH-Vt'K. SPLENDID SCENERY.
STEEL KAILS. M AO NIFICENT EQUIPMENT.
is > fff.ct Aran. 5th. 18?5.
Trains leave Wa-hington from station, corner of 6th
and B streets, a* follows:
For Pittsburg and the West. Chicago Limited Express
of Palace sleeping Cars at H?:5o a.in daily: Fast
Line. 1M-.50 a.m. daily to Cincinnati and St. Louis,
with sleeping t.ars from Harrisburg to < incinnai. I
, and Hotel * ar to St. Louis: daily, except Saturday. I
? to Chi'-a^o. with sloping Car Altooiia to Chi?-ago. :
(3uv-.u.? and Cincinnati Express* at 7:10 p.m. daily,
I with s.i oping Cars Washington to Chicago and liar- ;
L, risbur* to Louisville: connecting at llarrwourg with !
If Western Expre? w.tli through Sleepers for CleveI
land. Louwvil:e. ai d st. Louis. Pacific Express,
V 10*K> p.m. daily for Pittsburg and the West, with
r through Sleeper Ilarrisbursc to Chieaso.
? BALTIMORE AND POTOMAC RAILROAD.
* For Erie. Canandaiitua. Rochester. ButTalo. Niagara,
10:00 p.m. daily, except Saturday, with Palace Cars
Washington to Rochester.
For Williamsport. L?*k llaven, and Elmira. at 10:50
a.m. dai. v, except sundav.
For New York and the F-ast,7:15,8:30. and 11:00a.m.,
4<K>. 10:00 p.m.. and l'J:15 night. On Sunday,
4:00. 10:00 p.m.. and l'J:15 night. Limited Express
or Pullman Parlor Cars, W.40 am. daily, except
Sunday.
For Boston without change, 2:00 p.m. every week-day.
On Sundav. 4:?lO p.m.
For Brooklyn. N. V., all through trains connect at
Jer-.e> Cltv with boats of Brooklyn Annex. affording
dir^i t transfer to Fulton street.avoiding double ferriage
acr<,?^ New York City.
Fur Philadelphia, 7:15. s.lfo and 11:00 am., 2:00, 4:00,
10:00 p.ia, and 12:15 night. On Sunday, 1
4:oO, 10:00 pm.. and 12:15 night Limited j
Tlx .?re*<. 9:40 a. m. dailv. except sundav.
For Baltimore, 0^15. 7:15. H::iO. 9:40, 10-.50, 11:00 a.
in., 12:05. '2SK>. 4:00. 4:^5. 4:40. R^KJ. 7:10, lOAK) p. I
m.. and 12:15 nubL On Suncay. 10:5u, 11:00a.m.,
4*>o. tt:0o, 7:1<?. 10:00 p.m.. ami 12:15 night.
tV> t>. v . n a i >?nir T oa . 1 ^ n m a nit i 'as ft v\ m toiler !
JVI rv^ avirviv AMUVt W.iU. ?U-t *.-?V MMU * f
except nondkT.
For Aun?p<lis. 0:35 *.111.. 12n.>5 and 4:25 p.m. daily.
except Sundav. On Sundav. 4*M> p.m.
ALKXA.NDKIA AND FRKDKRK'KSRI'RO RAILWAT
AND ALEXANDRIA AND WASHIN-.TON
RAILROAD.
For Alexandria. 7:00. tfcUS, ll:ul and 11:35 a.m.,
1 2^>5.+:- >. 4 45. &;U5 and 11:37 p.m. On Sunday
at ?;:<;<?. y-.uo, 11:01 a.m., S:<>5 p.m.
For Richmond and the South. HrOO and 11:01 a.m.
d*iiy. and -i:45 p.m. daily except Sunday.
Trains leave Alexandria fur Wa-hngton. 6:05. 8tf>0,
10*J0, 10:10 Am.. 1:00. 3:05, ;>:2o. 5:10, 7:05 and
11:35 p.m.. and 12:10 midnight (except Monday.; !
On Sunday al S:00 and 10.10 a.m.; 7:05 and 10U15 :
p.m. and 12:10 night
Ticket-, and information at the office, northeastcor- ;
nor of 13tb street and Pennsylvania avenue, an 1 at 1
(be station, where order* can be left for the checking
o/ba?{agfe to destination from hotels and residences.
J. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agent.
CHAS. E. PU? iH, Oenprai Manager. aptt
T" H? NKW ORLEANS FAST LINE
and
SHENANDOAH VALLEY SOUTHERN SPECIAL
via
SHENANDOAH JTTNC., LURAY and ROANOKE.
The New Route to the South and Southwest.
9CHEDI L!> IN EI FECI MARCH 16. 1SS5.
9:25 a.m. daily. New Orleans Past Line. For all
, point-* on line of Shenandoah Valley, Norfolk
^0 and Western. 1 a.-t Tennessee. Virginia and
Georgia Krilroads. Atlanta. Mafon, Juuksontvtlle.
Chattanooga, Memphis. Mobile, New Orleans.
and the South and Southwest. Pullman
Palace Sleeping cars between Washington and
Kew Orleans without change. Connecting at
Shenandoah Junction with Pullman C'ar^New
\ork to Atlanta.
8*40 P M. d?iv. Memphis Express. For all points
Sooth, Southeast and Southwest. Pullman Palate
Sleeping < ars between Shenandoah Junction
and Memphis without change, connecting at
! Cleveland. Trnn., with Pullman Cars to New
Orleans without c hange
Tralus leave B. A O. R. R. Passenger Station, corner
Sew Jersey avenue and C strevt.
For tickets, sleeping car reservation* and all Information
apply at ticket offices, *> 1 S? Penna. a v.. 1351
Penua. ave.. and at depot R. A O. R. it., and < fiice ol
Ihe Line. 507 Pi-nr.a. ave.. where ord-rs will b<- taken
tur bagz:'.g?* to t>? calied tor in any part of the citv.
aTKPE, E- J. LOCK WOOD,
Ci?n:i. Pass, and Tkt Agt. Pass, and Tkt Agt
mhlo-timo
J^ALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROADL
SC HEDULE IN EFFECT sUNDA Y,DEC.2 1ST, 18K4.
( NT;i. FT'T.THf.R NOTICE.
Leave Waafuugtou froui aialioi,, corner of New Jersey
avenue ami ? street.
Ibf Ciilct(o, ^.tiUani.. and 10:10 p.m., daily. The
krCHJ a.m. .s a last Limit1. 1: Exprew. to Pittsburg aud
Chicago, arriving in Pittsburg at O oO p.m., Cluca^o
next morning at 1M>0. No extra iaro is charged on
tfc;-> train tor lust time.
For Cincinnati. Louisville and St. Louis dally at 2:30
pm. and 10:10 p.m.. with Tnrougte Coaches and
P?^? Sleeping t ?rs to above points, without
change. 2: '??> p. in. tram is a last Limited Tram to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, arriving in Cincinnati next
morning at . Louis ?.:3i. p.ui. .Nueslraitrn
isciutfged on th's train ior ast time.
For Pit:- 'ing et a.i!i.. u.th Parlor Car.and8:iO
p.m. >.a v to p.;t.-> ng 1 levelaiid and Detroit, with
.< Bleep 11.it C?rs to p.:: ?{. rg.
I : Fct hikltiinore on *\ -r : day-. 5. fl:10, fi:40, 7:30, S:3o
ai.'t Winnm. l'_ i?>. 1 ; *.*>, 3:15 45 minute tralu),
i .??. 4:4i?, .V-.O, 7:H?, 7:15, b?5, 11/: VP.I11.
For Kali.i;: re ou Sundays, o:IO. ,:30. s:35 ana lt>:uo
m-iii.: 1 :^5. 1:30.4:40.5.40, 7:lU. 7:15, b:25. lW./O
p.m.
Fcr p. tuts on tlir Shenandoah Valley ra lroad lo
points s< th. .' -5 a.ia. ?.nit S:4o p.m. dally. i*rZ5
* u . -.a.- . '-...nan siee;/er VVu.-h:i:g.oii to New
r >- is.
For Annapolis, and 12:10 ana 4:30 p.m. on
Sunday ?v.35 a.m., 4: ?o p.m.
tor VV w.-t ... ?... .... ..4 Tl. at
Icoa ?? ? u* ?rru IU!U ilfll Li*
uior? ?>:4s So a.m.. 1'i lUji.iu., a:o*?, 4:40,
7:v>.">a:i'i 1". " p.m. On Mondays. W::V> *.m., and
" liiO. 4:4U. 7:1~> and i": *> p.m. For stations on
' Hrauch 7:25a.m. daily except Sunday,
aii?l p.in. iial:y. 4: lu p.m. daily, except $>un<t?y.
for pri . ' i*>al stations on MftroLiolitan Hranch,
am. d.i ii . >u: -lay, for UtlnKtoD. Staunton
ti;u Va!l"y bran. h. y:?>o a-iu. daily, except sunday.
Jor Frederick, y*X> a.iu., 4:40 p in. daily, except
' * SuD<lay.
For Ma^erstowc <t . '. - sm)5 a.iu. daily, exit
p; >uiitlay. and 5iM> o.m. daily u? ilajjeraiowu.
: iy e\ i? ^ I ?' ^ niCi * ?-r.
Iraiti* arrive from the West daily. 600, 7'20 a.ill.,
lrl.'j, 7*?> |/.ui.
From Anna^'^iw, H:30 am. and 1 :-"H) and 5:25 p.m.
Sunday. 10:34> am, p.m.
Fruiu j?.tMi)j:oa, 6.-JO n.m ilaiir. except Sundav.
t:wi?T;C!v and fnteruie?liaTe j*.mts, a.m.
a. : :??].. m. dally, except
Tia leave haitlmore for Washington at 5:10, <vMO,
" J<i, s. y and lu::lo a.n... T-:15. ls*>, 3. 4. 5,
y unit 1?;::?> p.m.: un > > n.iuv*. h
ai.d a.ni., i:llt>, l iio, 4:'JO, j.ttliU, 7UiO, b auti 11I-.5U
trains fr.rn Washington step at Ke.ay Station txcei.t
ITJ.'-. It 1.1 and 7:1*' p.Ei.
i-'.r Ii.ru.er iniormatfu apply at the Baltimoreand
L OS. l: otli'e?Washington station, (".la aiid
I* 13>'?1 . lvaniaaveui < truer 14th street, where
I erCers ?:il"be taken lor to b# checked aud
k lovivcd a: aji v puiut in the city.
B ll. 1; I N eneral Manager. Baltimore.
d I. K. l.OKl'. Oeueral l*a.-<seuKer Agent.
I ~ WOOI) ANl> q)AL.
C UAL. Woon
JOHNSON BROTHER*
WHARFS AND RAILROAD YARD:
TWELFTH AND WATER STREETS H.W.
BJtA.Mli VAHM AND OFFICES CONNECTED
;?4 UY TELEPHONE.
Iff*? F street northwest.
1MJS 7th ?rre?-t northwest.
1740 Pennsylvania avcnna northwest
111^ Mil street cortl.west.
Corner 3d and K '.treet* northwest
221 1"winiiivauii a vallate
- |?14
AUCTION SALES. _
THi? AFTERNOON. j
^HOMAS IX)W LING, Auctioneer. I
TRUSTEES' SALE
twenty-seven acres two roods Aim
ELEVEN PER' HEB OF LAXI) OS TCSLAW /
ROAD. AWtVK GEOR<*ETOWN, D. C. I
P.v virtue of a deed of trust dated the 26th day*** ?
ofXav. 187#. and duly recorded In Liber g
folio 393, et seq., one of the land records*^ lor
the I'istrici ot Columbia, the undersigned "
trustee* will sell, on MONDAY, APRIL THIRTEENTH.
1HS5. at FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.,on the premise.
the following described property: ' All that piece
or land lvliii; in the county or \\ r-shinpton. lu the District
of Columbia. being that part of a tract
of Wind caliM''Alliance," lying-A-Qst of the new ma<l
and hounded a? follows: Beginning for the same at a
point or -tone known us the northwest corner of Beat tiu
and Hawkins addition to Georgetown and runnii'H
thence alona the south line of the whole tract
fiftv-seven 86-1 OO perrhes to the weft side of the new
road, and v. hich Is the beginning of the land to be
conveyed: thence north elxhty-fivedegrees aud threequarters
of a degree west along said south line sixtytwo
85-1(H) perches to the line between Kengla and
Picferell. thence north seven degrees and one-ouarter
of a degree. west alone the line between Kenirla and
Pickwell eitfLtv-seveu H-IO perches to the line between
Krooks and K< ngla. thence with said line north
eiahty-three decrees, east thirty-three 7-lO perches to 1
the west line of the new road, tlience with said west
line south twenty decrees and one-quarter of a decree,
east one hundred and six and tMVlOO perches to the
beginning containing '27 acres, 14 roods and 11
perches.?ore or less. This is desirable property, situated
on the Tuniaw road. aiMoining 'Tuniaw" furrn
and the land of' harle* HomU'.er. ?
Terms. '*i* ce.sh, the residue in three equal pavmenta r
at six. twelve and eighteen ni?nt^e. rr.d -secured by
the purchaser, notes bearing inter* st from day of sale,
and a deed of trust on Hi- projiei ty sold, or all ca?b, at \
the p r-baser's Opt on. All conV?vnnc;ng and record- i
ins at the << s'repurchaser. SHiodepo-ut required at i
tin tini" '! stlp.and if the terms of sale l.e not complied
? ,tli u ithin tendaysnfter Thedtp-of sal" the trustees 1
rv-,. rv.- t'-e richt to resell these! 1 property at the risk
an I co ,t of the defaulting purchaser after 3 days' ]
notice lu the Evening star newspaper.
JOHN F. HANS A, ^Trustees t
JAMESM. JOHNSTON, J ITmte<i9- *
npl Webster Law Building. _
I
TO-MORROW.
ALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Auctioneers.
CATALOGUE SALE ?
u
to
OF A COLLECTION OF b
ITALIAN SCULPTURES.
COMPRISING GROUPES AND STATUES,
BARDIGUO PEDESTALS, LARGE HALL a
VASES, MOSAICS. AND OTHER ART GEMS (
BELONGING TO MESSRS. CIRRO A LORENZO, K
A LARGE IMPORTING HOUSE OF NEW YORK, s
AND TO BE SOLD AT OUR ART SALESROOM, *
CORNER TENTH AND PENNSYLVANIA AVE- G
NUE, ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, APRIL b
FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH. AT ELEVEN ?
A. M. AND THREE AND EIGHT O'CLOCK P. M. j
THE COLLECTION IS NOW ARRANGED FOR P
EXAMINATION. ?
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO.,
apl l-5t Auctioneer*. K.
J^UNC ANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
ADMINISTRATORS SALE. ?
IRON SAFES. BOOKS, FOUR-SEAT WAGON, Ac., iv
AT AUCTION. f
(>nTUI NDA Y MO I'.N INO, APRIL FOURTEENTH, J.
lfv-s>. bei-innm:; at TEN O'CLOCK, we will sell, at the t,
auction riionis of imncaiuson Bros., 9th and D sts. n.w. -y
1 LOT books. \
1 COUNTER DESK. o
3 IRON SAFER ?
ONE TOP FOUR-SEAT WAGON. o
Terms: cash.
SAMUEL R. BOND. V
JOB BARNARD, f
A"lministrators C. T. A. of Charles D. Gllmore. ,
apl0-3t
"PEREMPTORY SALE OF FINE BUILDING u
X L< T ON 4TH STREET. BETWEEN K AND
L STREETS NORTHWEST.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL FOUR- TEENTH.
at FIVE O'CLOCK, we will Nil In front
of the premises, d
PART LOT 5, SQUARE 526, ^
fronting *27 feet. 4 inches on 4th street, with a depth ?
of 93 feet. 4\i inches. This lot is in a good location. r
Str?*?t cars iwtssing the door, and a good building site. P
Terms: One-liali cash, balance in one year, witli 0 P
per cent interest or a!l cash at option of purchaser. "
Conveyancing at cost of purchaser. Deposit of ?1U0 .
required at sale. v
DUNCAN SON BROS.,
aplO-lOt Auctioneer. _
r
rj'HOS. E. WAGGAMAN. Real Estate Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY. A
BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF GEORGE
AN I> REBECCA LOWRY t DECEASED).
By virtue of certain Deeds of Trust, of date
Aiicuat 1 n lSSi An<) nnw ponArHiw) A-nm fKo ...HI
wiflow of George Lowry and the heirs of OeorgeJsJL P
and Rebecca Lowrv (deceased), 1 will sell at public tj
auction, on TUENDAY, APRIL FOURTEENTH, *
lt>85. at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., tn front of the tl
premises, that store-house and ground attached, o
designated as No. 311, on theea<t side of 7th street,
near l?ulslana avenue. In Washington, D. C.. and now tl
occupied by W. H. lnnm. as a furniture warehouse. f<
Terms: Cash; a deposit of required at time of
sale: convevancing and recording at purchaser's cost, o
If terms of sale are not complied with In two weeks 9
from day of sale the trustee reserves the right to resell
said property at the risk and cost of the defaulting e
purchaser after three days notice In Evening Star 0
new-g>aper. WILLIAM L DUN LOP, Trustee. C
Titos. E- WAGGAMAN. Auctioneer. apl<J^4t
CATALOGUE SALE 8
tj
OP A GRAND ASSORTMENT OF *
DWARF AND STANDARD I
A
HYBRID PERPETUAL ROSES,
RHODODENDRONS, AZALEAS, CONIFERS 0
AND OTHER ORNAMENTAL PLANTS, ?
FROM THE
BOSKOOP (Holland) NURSERY ASSOCIATION, tl
(C. H. Joosten, 6 Coentle's Slip, N.Y., Agt. for U.S.,) n
Which Thomas Dowling will sell at auction on ?
TUESDAY, APRIL FOURTEENTH, 1885,
At his salesrooms, cor. Pennsylvania ave. and 11th st.
At ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M. j
SPECIAL NOTTCE?Parties who do not find it con- S
venient to attend the sale may send orders to purchase,
naming limit beyond which they do not wish me to
bill.
Terms of sale: Cash on delivery.
ap!>-4t THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer. j(
Trustees sale of a valuable tract r
OF LAND. CONTAINING ABOUT 44 ACRES, j
MORE OR LKSM. EAST OF BENNINOS1 ?,
BRIDGE. AT AUCTION. r
By virtue of a died of trust, dated February 2d,
A.1?. 1SW.J. and duly recorded in Liber No. 99'J. pr.V:*
folio :M>7. et *e?i., one of the land records for the iS!!ijj| a
I >i strict of i oliimhia.and by direction of the party4iadi>
sniired ti.ereSv. (shall sell at public auction,at the ! r
stOesroom of Walter B. Williams A Co., corner lOth I
and i> street-" northwest. ou TUESDAY, APRIL Z,
KOL'RTKENTH, A.D. ISSA. at TWELVE O CLOCK f
M.. all tliat certain piece and parcel of land,lying in j
the cuuuty of Washington. In the District ot "Columbia.
particularly described by metes and bounds in .
saiil dee?i of trust, nnd known as part ofa tract of land Z.
called Fortune Enlarged, lying about one nnd a fjuar- "
tor of a mile east of the tEastern Brunch, and adjoining ?
Hraggs' land until it Intersects the Marlboro' road. "
ron'aininir f.?rtv-ibur ucres, more or less, with lm- J.
provements thereon. 5
Term* of sale: Five hundred dollars cash; balance "
! in one. two. three, four and five years, with Interest
from day of sale, and secured by a deed of trust on _
property s? ld. or all cash.at tlie option of the pur- r
chaser. SlOO down when the property Is struck off.
All conveyancing ut ct*d (>i"purc!ia*er,and if v.he terms
of sale are not complied witr: within seven days from
day of sale the Trustee reserves the rl*ht to resell the
popert) at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser. '
JOHN C. McfcELULN, Trustee.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS A CO., Aucts. apJ-10t
J^UNCANSON BROS.. Auctioneers.
THI'MTKE'S MALE OF FIVE GLASS LA NT) ATT.
Isy virtue of a chattel trust, duly recorded in liber
No." 1!??:{. 292 et unv of the lurid leeords ot
!i,?- !>i-tuct oi Columbia. I will sell at public auction,
I -KAY. IOURTEENTH DAY of APRIL.
a D-, . SKo. TWELVE (/(."LOC K M., In front of the
suet'.on rooms of l>uncausou Broa, 9th and L? streets '
uorUiwt-fit,
ONE FIVE GLASS LANDAU. I
Terms cash. JOHN H. FAUXCE,
Trustee. t
rpilOMASDOWLINO. Auctioneer.
PATH OF BAY MA RES.STDE-BAR BUGGY (MADE '
TO ORDER), FINE SET DOUBLE HARNESS, I
AT AKTION.
On WEDNESDAY, APRIL FIFTEENTH, 1885. at | '
T\V I'.I.VK O'CLOCK, in front of my auction rooms, I
shall *eil the above turnout, belonging to a gentleman
leaving the city. apll-3t
rpHOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer. ,
TP.TSTEE'S ?.\r,F. OF FTRNITTTRE. Ac. ;
By virtue of a deed of trust from Frank M. Smith et ,
a!. to I.dward Pool, recorded in Liber 1119. At, one ?
of the laid records of the DUtriciof Columbia, I will ,
, sell.at the auction rtiomsffThcftnaa Dowling. on WKI>
N ! sI?A Y, A PR1L FIFTKKNTH. 18H5, commencing
?t TEN O'CLOCK A. M.. a lot of Household Effects,
such hs Table*, Chairs, (steam Counter, Type Writer. ;
Be-Mead*. Mattresses, Ac., Ac., Ac. \
T< rjus cash.
apll at EDWARD POOL, Trustee. ,
STEAMERS. i
i < KNKRAL~TRAS9ATLA?rriC COMPANY
V* Bktwkin Ntw York and Havrjc. i
(?ompanv'h pier. No. 42 North River, foot of Morton 1
. sin?t. New York.
m. < lermain, Traub, Wednesday, April 15,6 a.m,
Olinde, Rodrigue*. Wednesday, April 2*2,11 a.m.
.Noruiandie, 1 rangeul, Wednesday, April 29, 8 am.
M. I-aurent. deJousselln, Wednesday. May 8,10a.m.
luwks.payable on sight, in amounts to suit, on the
R&:ioue Tra'naatlantique of Paris. IX)I'IS DE BE
BI AN. Afrmt, No. 8, Bowling Green, New York.
Mean BI LL it CO , Agents for the District of Columbia,
1437 Pennsylvania avenue.
ap7 Washington. D. C.
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MssaraOTU^ BIGElbv^CO.,^
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AUCTION SALES.
QUyCA>'SO>' BROS., Auctioneers.
IEGULAR SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
CARPETS. STOVES, Ac.
ALKI.
BAY HORSE, 7 YEARS OLD,
it auction, on TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL
"OURTEENTH, commencing at TEN O'CLOCK. we
rill sell, at our salesroom*, a collection of household
nods. It
jmoilAa DOW LING, Auctioneer.
PUBLIC SALE,
ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL FIFTEEN, 1886.
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M.,
I WILL SELL, AT PUBLIC AUCTION, IN
WEST WASHINGTON,
At the stables of
WM, C. HAZEL,
TEN FINE YOUNO HORSES.
"bey are gentle, sound and go >d drivers. Three of
them suitable for ladies to drive.
D. J. LEE,
aplS-dtS Trustee.
p HOMAS DOWLINO, Auctioneer.
Sale of Household Furniture at auction rooms,
VKDNESDAY, APRIL FIFTEENTH, 1865 at
TEN O'CLOCK, embracing a general collection of
lousehold effects.
Ar.so,
srge consignment of Fnsclish Stone China.
ALSO AT TWKLVE O'CLOCK
ioraes, Carriages, Buggies, Wagons, etc.
Auso,
jarge lot Window Frames, Sash and Blinds, Doors,<fcc.
_I>arge Milliard Table. apll-3t
'ERF.MPTORY SALE OF ENTIRE CONTENTS
OF THAT OLD AND WELL KNOWN LIVERY
STABLE ON 11TH STREET BETWEEN O
AND HSTS. N.W.,AND KNOWN AS"CKUIT S."
On Till ItSDAY MORNING, APRIL 16TH.COMlENC'ING
at lo O'CLOi K, we will sell 011 the premies,
by order of Mr. CRV1T, who is declining busilettb
on account of a?e. at his stables 011 11th St.,
etween (; and H nts. n.w .
6 l'a.r of ( mm id Coach Horses and Harness,
6 Clarence Carriages,
1 Landau,
4 lieanes, 2 large and 2 small,
1 Horse and liuggy.
Roues, Lap Blankets,Overcoats, Livery,
Stoves, Stable Fixtures, Desk and Chairs.
A large quantity of Corn and other feed.
This la a splendid opportunity offered to obtain such
rticlee, as the sale is'peremptory.
ap!3-3t DUNCANSON BROS., Auctioneers.
^ ALE OF FINK SU BURBAN LOTS, NEAR THE
5 NATIONAL FAIR GROUNDS, FRONTING ON
PATTERSON AVENUE.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL***
IXTEENTH .commencing at FOUR O'CLOCK.
re will sell, on the premises,
12 FINE BUILDING LOTS,
roDtioc Patterson Avenue, adjoining the Fair
rounds.
This subdivision is known as "Falrview," and has
een subdivided into lots of 26 feet front, some being
25 feet in depth and some 100 feet in depth, and
re suitable for garden purposes, only a short distance
*om the city. The trains on B. <s O. R.R. stop at
vy City station, only a few minutes' walk from this
ropertv.
Terms: One-half cash, balance in one year, with 6
er c- nt interest; or all cash, at option of purchaser,
onveyancing at purchaser's cost.
apllf-dctds DUNCANSON BROS., Aucta
,2ALE OF EXTENSIVE PARCELS OF REAL
3 ESTATE IN THE NORTHEAST SECTION OF
THE CITY.
By virtue of decrees of the Supreme Court of
le District of Columbia, in Equity Cause No. ;mSi
we. acting in execution of the"powers con-jfcisL
-rreil by the deed of trust recorded in Liber No. 911,
?lio 343, in order to pay the balance of the debt seured
by said dP. d of trust, and the renewals and ex?n."Ions
thereof, will sell in front of the premises, on
HURSDAY, the TWENTY-THIRD DAY OF
iI'KIL, 1885, at FOUR O'CLOCK P.M., sub-lots Nos.
3, 34, 35, 38, 111), 40. 41, and sub-lots 44 to 59, iticluIve,
in square No. 749. These lots front respectively
n 3d street east and on the alleys in said square; and
iimediately thereafter original Lots Nos. 8.9, 10,12,
3 and 14, in square No. 748, fronting respectively on
>elaware avenue, 3d and M streets northeast with
wo small brick Dwellings thereon.
Terms: One-third cash; balance at one and two
ears. A deposit sufficient to secure compliance with
srms required on each parcel sold.
ALAN A.DALE, ^ Trustees
apl3-d<?ds TH: JESUP MILLER. i trustees.
A UCTION SALE.-WILL BE SOLD ON APRIL
fl TWENTY-FIRST, at HALF-PAST FOUR
t'CLOCK P. M.. in Trent t)f the premises, by
rder of surviving heirs, that desirable piece of ! ? !&
pal estate. No. 1415 1) street northwest. HouseJii^L
ontalns eight rooms; modern improvements; pressed
rick front; centrally located, near Treasury and Alaugh's
Opera House.
Terms made known on day of sale. A deposit of
100 will be required of purchaser on day of sale.
JOHN SHERMAN CO.
DUVALL A MARR, Auctioneers. apl3-8t
PHOS. E. WAGGAMAN,
L Real Estate Auctioneer.
l PORTION OF THE REAL ESTATE OF THE
LATE THOMAS LEWIS, DECEASED. FOR
SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION?DESIRABLE
AND CENTRALLY LOCATED PROPERTY.
We will sell at public auction, in front of the?Mt
remises, on WEDNESDAY, THE TWENTY-*?*
ECOND DAY OF APRIL, 1885, AT HALF--*"
>AST FOUR O'CLOCK 1*. M.. unimproved Lots at
ae northeast corner of 9th and O streets, fronting 70.9
n O street and 114 feet on 9th street.
Also, sub. Lots 26. 27 and 2S, in square No. 398, on
He west side of 8th, between O and P streets, each 20
?et front by 04.4, to a lO-foot alley.
Also. sub. Lot A, square No. 399, at the southeast
orner of 9th and O streets, 23.7 on O by 90 feet on
th street ?v
Also, sub. Lot 18. square No. 899, at thM^tthwest
orner of 8th and O streets, 25 feet on 8th B9V4.4 on
>. to 10-foot alley.
IN THURSDAY. APRIL TWENTY-THIRD, 1885,
AT HALF-PA8T FOUR O'CLOCK P. M.Sub.
Lots A, B, C and D, square No 404, being Nos.
10, 812 and 814 1 street and No. 921 9tli street, at
he southeast corner of 9th and I streets, Improved by
trick Dwellings.
Also, sub. Lot G. square 374, being No. 017 H street.
At iaa hv i oo into OA ?"?
.?? ?w.w W/ AUO.AV W UV-IWIIIJICV. nnt'K swelling.
lND OK FRIDAY APKIL TWENTY-FOURTH,
1885, AT FIVE O'CLOCK P. M ?
Lot No. 7, square No.'230, at the southeast corner
f 15th and C streets northwest. Lot loo feet square
nd unimproved.
Terms: One-fourth cash, and the balance at six,
^elve and eighteen months, with interest, secured to
be satisfaction of the Trustees, or the terms maybe
aodiiied, as agreed. A deposit of $50 will be required
n each lot at the time of sale. All conveyancing at
he expense of the purchaser.
W. F. MATTING LY.l-,,.
T. E. WAGGAMAN, ) Trustees.
TH09. E. WAGOAMAX, Auct. apl3-d&ds
pHOMAS^DOWLINO, Auctioneer. ~
.'ALU ABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE, BEINO
THE PREMISES KNOWN AS 61H Till KTKKNTH
STREET NORTHWEST, AT AUCTION.
In pursuance of authority vested in me by the
Ml will and testament of Emily Julinson, de- IjhW
eased, recorded in the office of the Register ofJJLfiL
Villa for the District of Columbia on the Oth day of
uly, 1883, I will offer for sale, in front of the premies,
on THURSDAY, the TWENTY-THIRD DAY
>F APRIL, 1886, at FIVE O'CLOCK P.M., that part
f Lot 26. tn square '254. fronting 28 feet, more or
ess, on 13th street northwtst by the depth thereof to
.n alley, with the improvements thereon, consisting
f a substantial brick three-story and buseaent
Dwelling House, containing 12 rooms, with neessary
outbuildings, and known as 510 13th utreet
lorthwest. The premises will l>e open for the inapecion
of purchasers from 10 to 11 o'clock a.m. on Monlay,
Wednesday and Friday preceding the sale.
Terms of sale: One-third cash: the balance hi two
qual Instalments, payable in nine and eighteen
aouths, necured by deed of trust upon the property
old, with Interest at six per cent, or all cash, at option
if purchaser. A deposit of $200 will be required
then the purchaser's bid is accepted, and the right is
eserved to resell the property at the risk and cost of
lefaulting purchaser if terms'of sale are not complied
rith In ten days. Couveyaucing at purchas'nr's eost.
apl3-d&ds JNO. H. WHITE.
J1H0MAS DOWLING, Auctioneer.
160 OIL PAINTINGS, FRAMED AND UNFRAMED.
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE AND TO
PAY STORAGE.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL FIF1'KENTH,
1885, at HALF PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK,
it my auction rooms, I shall sell without reserve the
t\nim4lniro ?
?uv?v vt iiiriu mc cuuicc buuiccib,
ind It will be to lbs interest of parties decorating their
iomes to attend. aplO Gt
jphom AS dowling, Auctioneer.
rRUSTEES' sale of valuable suburban
PROPERTY. fronting lincoln AVENUE
and known AS a part of THE KEATING
estate.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust dated the 1st rtav ?;/**
ofStptember, 188V, and duly recorded in Liber ui^a
1,011, folio 4*6 et seq., one of tne laud recordsJJiJJ.
lor the District of Columbia, the undersigned trustees
will sell. In front of the premises, on ilON DAY, THK
rWENTlETH day OF APRIL, 1NS5, at FIVE
O'CLOCK P. M., the following described prcpertv;
Lot* 80, 81 and 82 of H. J. ifcLaughlln's recorded
subdivision of a tract of land called "Pretty Prospect"
or Prospect Hill, fronting Lincoln avenue, and known
els a part of the Keating estate, together with the improvements.
Terms: 92,000, with Interest and expenses of sale
In cosh, and the rAsidue In two eoual payments at six
and twelve months, with notes bearing interest, and
secured by a deed of trust on tbe property sold, or all
cash, at the option of the purchaser; conveyancing
and recording at purchaser s co-t; $200 deposit required
at time of sale. If the terms of sale are not
complied with within five days the trustees reserve
the right to resell the property at the risk and coat of
the defaulting purchaser.
j. t. stevens,
ap8-d<Jkds o. C. GREEN. / rrusteeeChancery
sale of valuable improved
reai. estate on maryland
avenue. between four and a half
and sixth streets southwest, washington
city, d. c.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of is"?
the District of Columbia, passed in Equity Cause
No. 6340. the underignea, as trustee, will, oiiJtljL
MONDAY, THE TWENTIETH DAY OF APRIL,
A.D. 1885, at FIVE O'CLOCK P. M., sell, at public
auction, la front of tbe premises, all that piece or pareel
of ground known as tbe east half (E. ?*) of lot
numbered seven (7), In Reservation D In the city of
Washington, District of Columbia, and the improvements
t hereon.
The purchaser of said property at tbe former sale
having tfciled to comply with the terms of sale and the
order of court, passed in said Cause, the property will
be resold at the risk and coat of said purchaser.
Terms of sale: One-third purchase money cash, and
tbe balance la six, twelve and eighteen months, and
to bear Interest from day of sale, and the payment to
be secured by the promissory notes of purchaser, or
the purchase money can be paid cash on day of sale
or on the ratification thereof by the court. No deed
given until all purchase money and interest be paid.
A Hen Is reserved on the property for purchase money
and interest. All conveyancing at purchaser's cost:
tl&O deposit will be required when property is
knocked down to tbe highest bidder. Terms of sale
must be compiled with within ten days Otherwise
Trustee reserves right to resell at risk and costs of de(hultlug
purchaser.
8. 8. HENKLE. Trustee,
Office 460 TooMsna avenue.
THOtk *. WAOGAMAN, Aact. actdAds.
FAMILY SUPPLIES.
THE Okly P LACK In U. S.
5 lbs. STARCH, 25 cents. _
8 Bars J$ st uLKINK SOAP, 50 Cents.
BEsT CASTILE SOAP. 20 cents lb.
U W1TMER dt CX).. liKOCERS,
apll 1918 PENNSYLVANIA A vs.
A Full Limt Of Gtrocjcrikb
THAT MUST BE BOLD.
GRANULATED SUGAR- _.?**
BEST PATENT PROCESS FLOUR.?*6.00 per bbL
BIST FAMILY FLOUR. *6.25 par bbL
BEST JAVA AND MOCA COFFEE
K N OWN TO THE TRADE ROASTED
AND GROUND - 28c. jper Hjl
POTATOES AND APPLES, WHOLESALE PRICKS
Terms strictly cash.
POOLE, BROOKE * CO..
dgO 9*4 Louisiana avenoa.
OOO EE* RRR FEB .88.
0 O E R R E ;
C EE RRR EE
0 C E R R E . g .
CCO EES R R EEE SSSS Z
the celebrated minnesota
PATENT PROCESS FLOUR,
is without a doubt the most Beactitcl and the most
Nutritious Flour In the world.
The Millers have not only the most perfect Mill,
containing as it does all the most improved Machinery
invented up to the present time, but they produce
a Flour Unsurpassed oy any mill In the world. To
prove that, we would simply state that a large quantity
of this magnificent Flour is shipped annually to
Europe and eaten at the principal Courts of the old
world. We Uuarantuc that it Is made flrom selected
hard wheat grown in Minnesota and Dakota. It 1*
an acknowledged fact, that in this Flour a perfect separation
of the glutinous particles of tha wheat berry
and a thorough elimination of all weak and starchy
matter has at la?i been reached, and is consequently
more Nutritious, yielding more bread to the barrel
than any other Flour. The best trade admits thai
from its bread making qualities it is the cheai>est, as
well as the best, tor either family or baker's use, and
unsurpassed by any Flour made. Every sack and
every barrel is warranted to give entire satisfaction.
STERLING'S ST. LOUIS FANCY.
One of the most beautiful Winter Wheat Patent*
ever offered to the trade. It Is unexcelled by any other
Pntant orront ('oroa anH will nluaaa tha a*.
acting housekeeper and satisfy the mostfastidiousepicure.
GILT-EDGE.
magnificent Winter Wheat Patent.
RELIANCE.
A splendid Minnesota Patent Flour, made by the
celebrated Hungarian process. It Is a very cheap and
beautifhl Patent, within the reach of all claaaea, and
we guarantee will give satisfaction to every one who
wtii try iL
GOLDEN HILL.
The old reliable stand-by and the Standard Family
Flour of the District. It Is equal In quality to a great
many high-priced Patent Floors, whilst It can be
bought for considerable less money. We defy competitors
to bring forth any Flour superior to CKTtES,
STERLING, GILT-EDGE, RELIANCE or GOLDEN J
HILL, and we ieei assured that any housekeeper who
tries them once will never use anything else, for sale i
by aii grocera.
Wholesale Depot, corner 1st st and Indiana av*
se!3 WM. M. GALT A CO.
PIANOS "AND ORGANS.
WASHINGTON:
817 Market Space, Pa. ave., near 9th at.
NEW YORK: BALTIMORE:
112 Fifth avenue. 204-204} W. Balto. at.
W M. XVnaBE &) Co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
GRAND,
UPRIGHT, and
SQUARE
PIANOFORTES.
We beg to announce to our Washington patrons that,
desiring to offer them greater facilities in their dealings
with us, we have opened warerooms at
817 MARKET SPACE, PA. AVE, KKAB 9TH ST.,
WASHINGTON.
The same are conducted directly by ourselves, and
customers can deul with us there to precisely the same
advantage as at our Baltimore and New York establishments.
A f\ill assortment of our various styles of GRANDS,
UPRIuHTSand SQUARE PIANOS will constantly be
found on hand.
WM. KNABE & CO.
XT PIANOS FOR RENT.
Tuning and Repairing promptly attended to by ex
perienced workmen. mh28-lm
A PKR MONTH WILL BUY A HANDSOME
tJlUSQUAKE OR UPRIGHT PIANn of best
make, at SIDNEY T. NIMMO'S,
433 7th street northwest.
$5 PER MONTH WILL BUY AN ELEGANT ORGAN,
of any style, and finest make, at
SIDNEY T. NIMMO'8,
433 7th st reft northwest
A LARGE STOCK OF SECOND-HAND PIANOS
an d ORGANS, some but slightly used, at great bargums.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
433 7th street northwest.
A VERY HANDSOME STEINWAY PIANO, but
little used, at an immense sacrifice; will sell on monthly
installments of $10.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
4337th street northwest.
SEVERAL VERY FINE PARLOR ORGANS at
prices ranging from $25 to $60.
SIDNEY T. NIMMO,
433 7th street northwest.
AN ELEGANT UPRIGHT CABINET GRAND
PIANO, but eight months old, at tremendous bargain,
and payable in monthly Installments of $10.
sidney t. nimmo,
fe!2 433 7TH STREET NORTHWEST.
STEINWAY P IAN OS.
The Best In the World. Together with a large assortment
of other Plauos constantly on hand, at the
Music Store of EDWARD F. DROOP,
Partner of the late W. G. METZEROTT A CO.,
?*5 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Role Agent for Steinway A Sous', Gabler Grovesteen.
Wheeloclt, Marshall, Wendell and other Pianos.
mh20
G. L. WILD & B RO.,
709 7th street northwest, sole agents forwe*^?
the HTIKFF and KRANICH A BACH PI firgrayj
ANOS and Gally's Wonderful Self-playing ? ? ? '
Instruments. Several bargains on easy termslnPlanoa
and Organs which have been used. Pianos and Organs
lor rent, tuned and repaired. jalO
plANOS.
TUNING AND REPAIRS OF PIANOS A SPECIALTY
at
V. BECKER'S WAREROOMS,
bOl 9th street
Fine Pianos for rent and sale. ja9-3m
HALLET. DAVIS A CO.'S GREAT SPECIALTY
-THEIR UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO.
In new and elegant styles, now ready, at special
lactory prices. II. L. SUMNER, 811 9th st. n.w. o3
Steck SlJ Co.,
EMERSON, AND BAUS dtCCX
P I A N O 8.
WILCOX A WHITE AND KIMBALL ORGANS.
Pianos and Organs exchanged, repaired, tuned,
boxed; for rent by day, week, moaUbor year. Rent
applied if purchased.
l ull stock of oc. Music.
HENRY EBERBACH,
915 F street,
m31 Managing Partner of the lste Arm of Ellis A Ca
ENUINE "DECKER'' PIANOS
JT are made by DECKER BROS., N. Y.
G. H. KUHN. Sole Agent, 407 10th st. n.w.
Also for Burdett Oreuus. ?<>
PROFESSIONAL.
MRS. C. K. PENNELL, OF PORTLAND, ME.,
317 414 street northwest,
MAGNETIC HEALER,
Office hours from 1 to 7 p.m. For Ladles only. a?-lw*
OOT~SURGERY. &C.- 'Thr. wise for htalth on
daily wilt:* depend." and thousands visit Dr.
WHITE'S establishment 1410 Pennsylvania avenue
opposite Wlllard's hotel, for the success Ail treatment
or Corns. Bunions, diseased nails, Vascular Excrescences
and all disease* of the feet. Dr. White's twentytilth
consecutive year of practice In Washington. Fee,
$1 a sitting. (Baltimore establishment, 11 North
Eutaw st.) mli'25
YJR.S. DR. J. BEMMES. SURGEON CHIROPO
L>I ST, MANICURE AND DF.RMATOLOGIBT.
Corns, soft and hard, Bunions, Inflamed and Sore
Joints. Club or Ingrowing Nails absolutely cured
I without palu or blood. Hundreds of testimonials of '
the elite of Washington of remarkable cures. All
should try Mrs. Semnies' method of curing Bunions.
.Sure, sale and permanent. Office: 12*22 F at., 4 doors
li-om 13th, up oue flight. mhlS
MllS. M A. FRENCH, MAGNETIC HEALER,
and Business Medium, is again at home, 1724 7th
st. n.w., where she will be pleased to reoeive her
n-iends and patrons. , mlo-2m*
ROSS
RELIABLE CLAIRVOYANT AND ASTROLOGIST,
can be consulted on business and all a (lairs of life.
All in trouble call. Satisfaction given or no pay.
Residence, 1910 11th street northwest. Ja5
MME. BROOKE TELLS ALL THE EVENTSOF
LIFE. All busineee confidential. Ladles and gentlemen
50 cents each. 408 L street, between 4th and
6th streets northwest. Jel4-96w*
M~ ADAME-PAYN (RESIDENT) MANICURE
and Surgeon Chiropodist.?Finger-nails beautlHang
Nails and Biting of Nails positively cured;
Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Nails and all diseauMSOfUM
Feet successfully treated. Single treatment, either
hands or feet, $1. Roorna 5 and O, >46 Pa. ave.n4-6m
Gtrateful-comforting.
SPP8* COCOA.
BBKAKFAST.
By a thorough knowledge of the natural taws which
govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and
v a careftil application of the fine properties of wellselected
Cocoa, >lr. F.ppa has provided our breakfast
tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may
save us many heavy doctors' bills, it is by the Judicious
use of such articles of diet that a constitution may
be gradually built up until strong enough to ram
every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies
are floating around us ready to attack wherever
there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal
shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pore
blood aud a properly nourished taune."?OMl&mvk*
Qaztllc.
Made dmply wtth boning water or milk. Sold to
tins oily (V"> and lb.) by Grocers, labelled thns:
.1 AMES EPFS * CO., Htvirspathlc Chemist*
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MALARIA,
CHILLS and FEVERS,
TIRED FEELING,
GENERAL DEBILITY,
PAIN In the BACK and SIDES,
IMPURE BLOOD,
CONSTIPATION,
FEMALE INFIRMITIES,
RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA,
KIDNEY and LIVER TROUBLES.
FOR SALS BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Genuine has Trade Mark and Crowed Red
Line* on Wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER. 1
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L O O V V RE S8q
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GOG LLLL OO V EEB 8SS8 The
new Spring Colors are Tans, Modes, Browns,
Ecru. Slates, Drabs, Grays. Heliotrope. Fawn, Maize,
Yellow, and of course Black will be much worn.
LISLE THREAD
OGO L OO V V ERR KSSQ
OGL OOVVE 2^
O E OOVVEE KSo
G OO L O O VV E a i GGG
LLLL OO V ERR 88S8 THE
PALAI8 ROYAL will show for the Special
Sale all the new colors in LISLE THREAD MOCSaUETAIRE
GLOVES; prices 25.35,48and 08 a pair.
For the Special Sale we shall oiler all 25-cent LISLE
CLOVES for 19 cants a pair.
SILK MOUSQUETAIRE
GGG L .OO V V EER HSSR
OOL OOVVE g^
O L O O V V EE 880
GGGL OOVV E R ? _
GGG LLLL OO V RRR *88? These
Gloves come in twenty-five different shades of
color, and are made entirely of silk. They ara Mousquetaire
style, and are in 0, 8,10,12 ana 14 button
length. The prices are 68, 75,98 cents, 91.26, $1.48,
$1,68, $1.75 and $1.98 pair.
TAFFETA SILK
GGG L OO V V RR? aS8a
OGL OOVVE |_s
O L O O V V EE &SSq
GGG L OOVV E a|
GGG LLLL OO V RRR B8S3
Are very durable, and being cheaper than all silk
gloves are preferred by some. We have them in 6 and
button length. Mousquetaire style. Price* 48, 80
and 68 cents pair.
CHAMOIS KID
GGG L OO V V EER RS8GGL
OOVVE S 8
8L O O V V EK aB8q
GGL OOVV E a. a ?.
GGG LLLL OO V EEE ^SS8 ?
These Gloves wash well and are very durable. The
quality we offer for 68c. a pair are equal to those sold
last season fbr 98c. We hope our patrons will ask to
see these Gloves.
"PALAIS ROYAL" KID
GGG L OO V V EER cSS.
OGL OOVVK g 8
O L O O V V EE ^SSo
G GO L OO VV K s 3
GGG LLLL OO V EEE 8SS8
Arc well known throughout the United States as being
made from selected skins and being cut and finished so
as to insure a perfect fit and good wear. 3 buttons,
$1.35: 4 buttons, $1.50; 6 buttous, $1.75.
For the Special Sale the 4 button P. R. GLOVES will
be $1.37 a pair.
"ELITE" KID
GGG L OO V V EER sSSR
n n t. n n v v ? so
G L O O V V EE S8q
G OG L OOVV E RSGGG
LLLL OO V EEE BSSS The
"ELITE" KID GLOVES are a specialty of the
PALAIS ROYAL, and for a cheap Glove are the best la
the market. We have wholesale customers for them
all over the country. Retail prices?3 buttons, $ l.OO;
4 buttons, fl.lU; H buttons, $1.25.
For the Special Sale 6-BUTTON "ELITE" KID
GLOVES will be $1.16 a pair.
UNDRESSED KID MOUSQUETAIRE
GGG L OO V V EEE RSSs
GQL OOVVE 2s
G OG L 8 8 VVVV F SSS1
GGG LLLL OO V EBB b8SS
Come In 6.8 and 12 button lengths. The prices are
$1.25, $1,48 and $1.98. The new shades of Tans,
Grays and Browns are very effective in these perfectfitting
Gloves.
DRESSED KID MOUSQUETAIRE
OGO L OO V V EEE .88.
GQL OOVVE 5s
G L O O V V KE 8SSa
G GO L OOVV E atGGG
LLLL OO V ERE HSS8
We only keep the very finest Imported Gloves in this
particular style. Every pair guaranteed perfect in
every detail. These Gloves are the same as usually
sold for $2.25; but as we import direct we can sell
them for $1.98 a pair.
For Special Hale we offer these Gloves below cost
price, viz.: $1.89 a pair.
SPECIAL SALE TERMINATES 8ATURDAY,
APRIL 18TH, AT6P.5L
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1117-1119 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
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J^EFRIGERATORS,
WATER COOLERS.
ICE CHESTS
AND FREEZERS,
OF THE MOST APPROVED KINDS.
I 1
S. W. BOTELER A SON.
ap8-0t 923 Pennsylvania avenue.
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&PRINO UPENINGI
WE ARB READY TO SHOW YOU A PULL LINE
OF SPRING CLOTHING
AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU.
BELOW WE GIVE YOU A FEW PRICES OF
THE MANY DIFFERENT STA,E8 AND PATTERNS
WE HAVE IN STOCK.
FOR BUSINESS:
PLAID CHEVIOT SUIT AT $7.50. WORTH $11.
PEPPER AND SALT MIXED SUIT AT f6.25,
WORTH $10.
FINE SILK MIXED CA83IMERE SUIT AT ?9,
WORTH 912.
FOR DRESS:
FINE BLACK SACK CORKSCREW SUIT, ALL
WOOL GUARANTEED, AT 910, CHEAP AT 914.
FINE BLACK 4-BUTTON CUTAWAY. ALL
WOOL, AT 913. CHEAP AT 916.
BLACK, BROWN. BLUE AND WINE-COLORED
CORKSCREW SUITS FROM 910 UPWARD, ALL
WOOL GUARANTEED.
SUITS for BOYS FROM 18 to 17 years old
FROM 94.36 UPWARDS.
WE HAVE A LARGE LINE of CHILDREN's
SUITS FROM 92.25 UP.
PANTS for MEN, boys and children, all
grades, at from 91 UP.
THE
LONDON AND LIVERPOOL CLOTHING 00.,
?p4 CORNER tru AND O STREET*
Blockade Hxmovezx
FULL SUPPLIES OF
8CHLITZ*S MILWAUKEE LAGER.
now in store and for sale in cases and
bottles by the agent,
% samuel c. palmer,
j BOfOTi 19SM3ttfa
Tw^lwstini mhu
2d EDITION.
Law Mams t? ft stir.
A WAJTIST? FTKTHER BXPLAKITIOX
Mr. Gladstone Telia Why the Government
Km Taken K? Action.
London, April 18.?Mr. Gladstone, in the
house of commons, this afternoon, stated that
the government upon the receipt from Russia,
of Gen. Komarofl's explanation of the Penjdeh
incident bad telegraphed to Sir Peter Lumsden
for information as to the correctness of the Russian
commanders' justification of his conduct in
attacking the Afghans.
Explaining the delay of the government in
reaching a final decision with Russia, Mr. Gladstone
said that the reports of the Russian officers
who took part in the Psnjdeh battle, and
those of the English officers who witnessed the
engagement, differed so materially in substance
ana effect that the government felt obliged to
make an independent inquiry. This was proceeding
now, and the government were doing
everything in their power towards ascertaining
the facts.
Mr. Gladstone also stated that Gen. Komar
off 8 report of the recent battle had been telegraphed
to Sir Peter Lumsden, but no reply
had as y?t been received from the British commissioner.
Russia had, the premier admitted^
failed to answer the material parts of England's
communication sent on the day of the news of
the battle.
Rnmon of Another Battle.
The Earl of Salisbury, in the house of lords,
this evening asked the government if they bad
learned of the report that there was another engagement
between the Russians and the Afghaqp
on the Afghan frontier yesterday.
Earl Granville answered that they bad nothing
to add to the statements mad# by Mr. Gladstone.
The government have ordered the transformation
of the steamship Oregon into a-man-ofwar,
instead of a troop ship, as at first Intended.
Cutting the Knaaiana Off from Herat.
OI_ Tl W a - _A t
oir reicr Lumsaen nas occupiea a strong position
at Tirpul. He In believed now to be able to
prevent the Russians from attempting a coup de
main In the direction of Herat.
The Earl of Dufferln has gone to Lahore to
meet the Maharajah of Cashmere.
Bail Refused for Fifth.
New York, April 13.?The counsel of James
D. Fish, the convicted ex-president of the Marine
bank, applied to Judge Benedict, In the U.
S. circuit court, to-day to nave their client admitted
to bail. The court refused to gmntthe
motion. Counsel will renew the application before
the court In banc in May next.
Proceedings Against ex-Mayor Edton
Stopped.
New York, April 13.?The general term of
the superior court to-day handed down a decision
in the case of ex-Mavor Edson, reversing
the order of Judge Freedman adjudging the
mayor guilty of contempt of court, fining him
9250, and directing his incarceration in Ludlow
street Jail for fifteen days. The court directs
also that an order be entered dismissing all proceedings
with oosts.
Failure at PetersburgPetersrurq.
Va., aprtl 13.?Gary & Co.,
dealers in furniture and nousefurnishing goods,
made a deed of trust to-day for the benefit of
their creditors. Their liabilities are 913.000.
Assets not given.
Hissing Lord Mayor O'Connor.
an exciting scene on the departure of
the prince of wales from dublin.
Dublin, April 13.?A scene of great excitement
attended the departure of the Prince of
Wales to-day for the south of Ireland. On their
route to the King's Bridge railway station their
Royal Highnesses passed the Dublin city hall.
An Immense crowd assembled about the building.
Lord Mayor John O'Connor happened to
drive past the city hall a few minutes nefore the
royal carriage appeared. The crowd hissed him
savagely. Mr. O'Connor flew in a violent passion
but this only made his enemies more demonstrative.
The lord mayor, unable to withstand
the storm any longer, stopped his carriage.
and mounting the dty hall steps, called
for cheers for Mr. Parnell. The response was
not great. He then addressed the gathering,
and told them they would be sorry for having
hissed him. He said he would telegraph Mr.
Parnell an account of what had occurred. Soon
after this the Prince and Princess of Wales
were driven past. They were greeted with tumultuous
cheering.
FINANCIAL AXlk COMMERCIAL.
The New York Stock Market.
The following are the opening and 2:45 p.m. prices of
the New York Stock Market tp-day, as reported by
special wire to H. H. Dodge, 539 15th street:
Xame. 0. 2:45 Name. O. 2:45
Can. Pac 37 37 N.J. Central? 38 35?%
Can. Sou 2OT? 2OT* N.Y. Central... 90?* 90i?
Cen. Pac 32 32 X.Y.C.& Ht.L.?
Ches & Ohio.... 4 Do. pref. ?
Uo.JLst pref. 8>4.? Nor.A West p.
Do. 2d preL_ 51* Nor. Pac 17*4 IT7*
p. r. ao 1 *24l, 1 '.'ml.. tvi nrcT aol. ftqt?
C. C. C A I Northwest.. 98 071*
Col. Coal i Do. pret 133 il33
Del. A Hud..... 811? 83 | Ohio AMlss. 1
D. L. A W 1067* 106%, Oregon Trans.- 12 I 12
Den. AR.G.... 7 Ont.A Wert- !
E. T. Va. A o | Pac. Mail 62^ 621*
E. T. Va.AGa.p Peo. D.A E. 13i*
Erie. 13 12VReading 15% 15^
Do. 2ds 55% 651* rock island.... 115 115%
111. Cent 125% - Roch A P
I. B. & W .... St. Paul- 72V 72Tb
Lake K. A W_ Do. pret 106 !
Lake Shore 60% 591* St. P. A Omaha 24% 24*4
Lou. A Nash... 31% 31% Do. pref._ 85 1 85%
Mich. Cent 55 I St. P.M. AM. 89% ?0
M. K. A T 18 18 Texas Pac.. 10% 101*
Minn. A St L. _.! Union Pac 44% 44^,
Do. pret .! i Wab. Pac..; 3%
Mo. Pac 91% 91% Do pref. 10
Mob. A Ohio I Went.Union.... 58V 56%
Nash. A ChatJ .[ I
Baltimore Markets.
BALTIMORE, Md? April 13.?Virginia sixes, con
solidated, 40: past-due coupons, 54; new ten-forties, 36;
new threes, 52; North Carolina sizes, old, 1.07% bid
to-day.
BALTIMORE, Ml)., April 13?Cotton lower and
dull?middling, 10%. Flour higher, active and firmHoward
street and western super, 3.25*3.60: do.
extra, 3.70a4.15; do. femlly, 4.35a5.00; city mills
super ,3.25a3.50: do. extra, 3.75a<t.OO: do. Rio brands,
5.00a5.25; Patapsco family.6.00: do. superlative patent,
6.25. Wheat-southern higher, with active demand;
western higher and active; southern red, 1.00al.03;
southern amber, l.Ooal.OS; No. 1 Maryland, 1.05;
No. 2 western winter red, spot, 98a98%: April, 99
asked; May, S?9a99%; June 1.01%al.02: July, 1.U4
asked. Corn^-southern higher and firm: western higher
and strong; southern white, 07u58; southern yellow,
56a58: western mixed, spot. 54%a54%: May. 54a.~>5.
Oats scarce and hitrher?soutfiei n, H.-ai S; western
jvhite, 42a43; do. mix-d, 3ha40; Pennsylvania, 39a43.
Rve tirm.78ii80. Has higher and firm?prime to choice
Pennsylvania and Maryland, 17.00al.800. Provisions
firm and quie'. Mess pork, 13.25al3.50. Bu laments?
shoulders and dear rib sides, packed, 5%a7%
Bacon?shoulders, 6%; clear rib sides, 8; hams,
ll%al3. Lard?refined, 8%. Butter quiet?western
packed. 10al8: creamery. 20a27. Eggs easier, 15.
Petroleum steady?refined, 7%a7%. Coffee dull and
barely steady?Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 8%a8%.
Sugar quiet and steady?A soft, 6; copper refined
quiet, 10%. Whisky steady. l,20al.21. Freights to
Liverpool per steamer dull?cotton, ll-64d.; flour,
ls.6d.; jrrain, nominally, 4%i4%d. Receipts?flour,
8,948 barrels; wheat, 30,000 bushels; corn, 97,(MM)
bushels; oats, lOO bushels: rye, 0,000 bushels.
Shipments?wheat,!LOOO bushels. Sales?wheat, 1,155,000
bushels; corn. 155,000 bushels.
Chicago Markets.
CHICAGO, III., April 13.?Closing prices: WheatApril,
85%; May, 89%: June, 91%; July, 94. Oats?
lfoy,35%: June. 35%; July. 36. Corn?April. 43; May,
46%; June, 47%. July, 48%. Pork?April, 12.35; May,
12.35: June. 12.45; July, 12.57%. Lard?April, 7.05;
May 7.05; June. 7.12V July, 7.20.
Personal.?Senator Cameron left the city
Saturday night for Los Angelee, accompanied
by his daughter, her governess and a son of Admiral
Rodgers. Ex-Speaker Randall's health
Is now steadily improving, and he expects to be
able to be about in a short time. Dr. Mortimer
Ricardo, the representative of the Venezuelan
government at the New Orleans exposition,
is a guest of Minister Soteldo, in this city, and,
on Saturday, was presented to the President
and members of the cabinet. Rev. and Mrs.
W. A. Leonard, of Washington, were registered
at Jacksonville on Saturday. A memorial
tablet is soon to be erected In the Marquand
Chapel, at Princeton, N. J., In memory of the
late Frof. Henry, of the Smithsonian Institution.
H. E. Barker and wife, and J. R. Eickey
and family, of Washington, were registered in
St. Louis on Saturday. Mr. J. W. Langley is
confined to his room with a serious attack of
bronchitis and intermittent fever. W. P.
Van Wickle, Miss E. L. Oifford, of Phelns, N.
Y., and Miss King, of G street, returned Saturday
from a three weeks trip through the south.
Dr. Edward Warren, Bey, of Paris, arrived
at the Ebbitt Saturday, aocompanled by his
daughters. Mrs. Gen. Fred. Myers, 407 A
street southeast, has as her guests Mrs. L. H.
Clarke and Mrs. Charles H. Babcock, of Chicago,
and Mrs. Charles B. Ridgway, of New York.
Representative and Mrs. Glascock arrived at
their home, in Oakland, by the southern oyerland
train last Sunday.
Major Jonas' Nkw Placr.?Major Sidney A.
Jonas, of Mississippi, formerly cleric of the Senate
committee of which Secretary Lamar was
chairman, has been appointed private secretary
to Assistant Secretary Muldrow, of the
Interior department.
Thb Court or Claims to-day appointed Chas.
A. Castle, of Boston; P. H. Tuck, of Baltimore,
and Robert A. Harris, of Boston, commissioners
to take testimony in cases now pending In
that couit. _
The Dolphin.?The board appointed by the
Secretary of the Navy to examine the Dolphin
organized last week at the Navy department,
and after calling for the oontracts and all papers
connected with the construction of the vessel,'
adjourned until the 15th Inst.
A District Dkjisiok RmMtb.-In the
United States Supreme Court to-day In the case
of Francis Dodge et ftL, appellants, against
Thomas Rnowles the decree of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia was reversed
with costs, and the case was remanded with directions
to dismlt the bllL
The grand Jury to-day Indicted Robert Butler
Mahone for assault and battery with Intent to
kill John Willis on February 18th last. ^
Rachel T. Allston hap, by Mr. iUnbler Smith,
filed a bill for a divorce from Fblllip C. Allston.
-They were married November Mb, 1977,
by Rev. W. J. Waring, and have one child,
whose custody she asks. She charges deeertion
by her huabaad.
?
'* . + - .' % v"
Jadct Wyllf to
vacakct to be wap* on the district
?ch when the prisidbxt is ready.
"Yes, that Is true," wild Judgo Wylle to a
Star reporter who called his attention to a
published report that he intended to retire. *"I
called upon the President a week atro last Saturday
and Informed him thru I wanted to retire
and would do so when he ts ready to appoint
my successor." Judge Wylle yilnks tt
bast that he should remain on the bench until
the business now occupying his attention shall
hare been disposed of. "I do not want to appear *
as deserting," he said to a Star reporter. R<*- i
port has already named a number of gentlemen
as candidates for t he vacancy which won .d
be made by Jud*e Wvlle* retirement.
When It was ruinon'd two months
ago that Judge Wylie intended to
retire. It was stated that ex-Representative
Goode, of Virginia, would be a formidable candidate
for the place, but Mr. Goode, It Is said now
does not desire the appointment. Judge Keith,
of Alexandria: H. O. Claughton.of the District
bar. and Judge Wm. M. Merrick, of Maryland,
who snt on the old District l?ench, are named as
gentlemen who may receive the appointment.
There are likely, it Is said, to be other vacancies
on the District bench be tore long, as l?oth Chief
Justice Cartterand Judge MacArthur areelieit
le for retirement, and are said to oontemj>iate
such a step.
jcixje mac arthur 1*0t to rett?*.
Judge Mae Arthur states that the statement
that he conterup'ates retiring from the bench
of the Supreme Court of the District Is entirely
unauthorized, and says that when he is ready
to retire tie will do so without making any
speeches beforehaud.
After the Dli^etor of the Mint
the silver men want his scalp.
Some of the western democrat* are going to
make a fight upon Director of the Mint
Burchard. Mr. Burchard's tenure of office Is
for five years, and extends all through Mr.
Cleveland's term. There has been no idea that
he would be disturbed, but now war Is declared
against him fTom the west, and tt is understood
that an effort will be pushed to make a case out
against him which will be deemed sufficient
cause for his removal, so that a democrat can b?
appointed in his place. His opponents say that
be has absolute dictatorship over about a thousand
offices In the service. They say he ta exerting
himself to prevent the removal of
any of the republicans employed under
him. Those who are leading the movement
against him say that he Is bound
In the banks and manipulates his figures In
their Interest. Congress appropriates a certain
sum of money every year for getting up a
statement of the yield of precious metals in
this country, and they say that in making his
report he relies upon guesswork chiefly and
represents the sliver yield as greatly larger
than It Is, ao as to depreciate It In value. They
say that this is done in the Interest of the
national bunks of the cast, and that he Is completely
under their control. They are not pressing
anybody for the place now, but almply
want to get Burchard out.
Softs Against Railroad Com panic*.
DAMAGES ASKED FOR ALLEGED BAD HANDLING
OF TWO LOTS OF HORSES.
Messrs. J. C. Heald and A. A- Birney have,
for French Whiticotton, entered a suit against
the B. & O. railroad company to recover $1,500
damages. He alleges that on Sept. 11th last he
contracted with the B. A O. railroad company
to transport from Parkersbutg, W. Va.. to this
city forty-nine horses valued at $200
each; that they were to permit him
to see them while en mute, to feed them, &r.,
and he charges that they failed to carry out the
contract; that they were confined In the cara
five hours after arrival, making forty-three
hours' confinement, and he charges that by
reason of the want of care and the confinement
they became emaciated and eat each others
manes and tails off. He also entered a suit
against the B. & P. Co. on a contract made on
July 24th, last. I^orty-four horses were received
by that company from the A. * F. R. R
Co. to be delivered here, and they were
badly treated aud neelected, aud not delivered
to htm In a reasonable time, lOr which he
claims $1,000.
District Government Affairs.
THE PROPOSED DISTRICT CENSUS.
The enumeration books, to be distributed
among the police and used In taking the pro
posed census of the District, will be readv for
use probably to-morrow, and the work will be
begun at once. The police will make a separate
enumeration of all persons under 16 and over
16 years of aee. In order to avoid duplication
the rule will be to enumerate people only at the
places where they sleep. Business men and
others who live outside the city limits will,
however, be counted at their business places.
ALL THE HOSE CARRIAGES IN TSE.
Chief Croniu, of the fire department. In response
to the application by the colored men
of this city for a nose carriage, without hose, for
the pun>ose of the parade on Emancipation
day, states that all the hose carriages belonging
to the department are In service.
SWEEPING THE AVEVCE.
A delegation of Avenue merchants, composed
of M. W. Gait, Richard H. Taylor, \vm. 8.
Thompson, Wm. N. Dalton and others, were
Deiore me uommissioners iokihv to protest
asaiust curtailiDg the sweeping of this thoroughfare.
Since the new appropriation by Congress
the Commissioners had reduced the sweeping
from six to four times per week in order to meet
the reduced appropriation. The Commissioners
stated that they had not sufficient funds to
warrant the sweeping so often as desired, and,
besides, their sweeping area is on the increase
every year as the paved streets are extended.
They promised to take the matter under consideration
and see what can be done.
BUIT.IMJCG PERMITS
issued by Inspector Entwisle: George E. Emmons,
erect lour three-story dwellings 8th and
I streets northwest; ?15.000. Geo. White.erect
a private staMe in rear of 1105 E street southwest:
8400. F. Meister. repair brick on 7th
street road, county; $200. J. Brazeiol, repair
brick No. 1520 8th street northwest; ((500.
Captain W. W. Reisinger, erect two one-story
dwellings, alley between Oaud P and 4th and
5th street* northwest; 8000. M. A. McGowan,
erect two two-story and basement dwellings,
28th, between M and N streets northwest;
81,600. John Fitzgerald, erect three twostory
dwellings, D, between 6th and 7th streets
southwest. $1,500. D. B. Groff, erect a twostory
and basement dwelling, comer Vermont
avenue and U streets northwest: 81,750. Dennis
Murphy, erect a two-story dwelling, in alley
between H and I and Otli and 7th streets; 8200.
I. S. Daish. erect a two-story dwelling, alley between
16th and 17th and L and M streets
northwest; 8800. White & Raulesburg, erect
two two-story and basement dwelllnps, C, between
Delaware avenue and 1st streets nort heast;
87,000. Chr. Heurich, erect four threestory
and basement dwellings, 20th and M
streets; 817,000. Dorsey Towson, repair brick,
corner 4th and N streets northwest, 82,500. W.
A. Cooper, repair frame 303 L street southeast;
8225. Mrs. Jno. Murphy, repair frame, K. between
12th and 13th streets northeast; 8150.
The Theodore Thomas Concerts.?The following
is the program for Monday evening, May
4th: Symphony No. 2. D major, op. 36, Beethoven;
Adagio molto, Allegro con bio; Larghetto:
Scherro. Allegro; Allegro molto: Bcena ana
Aria."Edunque ver?" Rubinstein; Mme.FurschMadi;
Hungarian Rhiyisody, No. 12, Liszt.
Intermission?Flying Duchman, Wa*ner?a,
overture: b, duo, "Like to a Vision-^
Miss Juch and Mr. Heinrlch* The Nations,
Moszkowskl?1. Ruesia: 2. Italy; 3. Germany;
4. Spain; 5. Poland; 6. Hungarv.
The following is the program for Wedne>dav,
(matinee), May 6th: Overture, Preciosa, Weber;
Allegretto, E flat symohony, Mozart: Aria,
"Sweet Bird," (II Pensleroeo), Handel; (flute obligato,
Mr. Oesterle), Miss Emma Jueh. a.
"Dance of the Blessed in Elysian Fields;" b.
' Danceof the tunes;" c. Aria, "I Have Lo>t
My Euridice;"?Orpheus, Gluch; Miss Hattie J.
Clapper. Andante cantablle oon moto; finale,
Adagio-allegro'moltoe vivace?symphony,No. 1,
op. 21, Beethoven: Barcarolle, (Polyencte). Gounod:
Mr. Wm. J. Winch; Scherzo, MidsummerNight's
Dream, Mendelssohn: Die Loreley,Liszt;
Miss Emma Juch. Bal Costume, op. 103, Rubiustein;
Introduction, Berger et Bcivere Pecheier
Napolitain et NapoliUiine.Toradore et An dalouse.
Wednesday evening.May 6: The following
is the program for Symphony, No. 8. B miuor,
(unfinished), Schubert, allegro moderato, con
moto; Aria Jessonda, Spohr, "Der Kriegeslust
ergoben," Mr. Mux Heuricn: Overture, Faust,
Wagner; Scena and Aria, "Ah! Perfido;" Beethoven,
Mme. Fureb-Madi. intermission.
Wedding March, variations, op. 26, Goldwark;
Romanze (Euryantbe), Weber, "Unter bluhenden
Mandel-baumen, Mr. William J. Wureh:
Le Bal, Kymphony Fantastiaue, Berliez;
Romance, Herodiade, Marsent Mme. TurchMahdi;
Norwegian Rhapsody, Svendsen.
A Decree of Divorce Granted.?To-day,
Judge Hagner granted a decree of divorce In the
case of Charles G. Williams agt. Mary E. Williams,
nee Quigley.
A Bohemias Delegation at the State Department.?a
delegation of Bohemian citizen*
of Baltimore, in charge of Representative-elect
Cole, called upon Secretary Bayard to-day to
urge the appointment of Mr. Charles W. Jonas,
ofWisconsin, editor of the SchJav, the national
Bohemian ornu, as U.S. consul at Prague. The
delegation, after presenting their request to the
Secretary of State, called upon the President.
The Bohemians of this country have all agreed
to request this appointment as a recognition of
that element of our citizenship and other dele*
gations are to visit Washington In the Interest
olMr. Johas.
Another Illinois Legislator Dead.?
Death has claimed another member of the Illinois
legislature, this time the victim being J.
Henry Shaw, of Beardstown, Cars county, a
democrat. He was found dead in his room at
the Palace hotel at Springfield, on Sunday. The
deceased had been ailing during the whole
season, but*not so that be could not attend to
his duties most of the time. Shaw was over 00
. years old. This makes the third death during
this session, something which never before occurred.
It will be 20 days before his successor
can be elected, and In the meantime nothing
can be done in the senatorial contest.
*e*
Fish Fouwd Guilty or EKBBssLxrarr,?
In New York, at 12:30 yesterday (Sunday)
morning the juiy in the cane of James D. Fish
sent for Judge Benedict, who had not yet left
the Federal building, and announced that they
had agreed upon a verdict. The oourt room
was relighted, and the foreman made known
that the defendant had been found guilty on
eleven counts of the Indictments, in which he
was charged with embezzling the funds of the
bank. Mr. Fish was present and received the
announcement of the verdict stoically. Sentence
was deferred. The prisoner is opea to
sentence of from five to lea years' imprisonment
on each oounU
Inra IHifc.
Ex-Secretary Frelta**myeee_lesl tMt ?m la
comatose condition tu?d gradually sinking
A New York 7V?6?m* special from Mertden.
Conn.. MTit: It U flcmnd by official Investigation
that Postmaster Cooke, ?t Unlonrtlla, ta over
$4.0)0 ibort. He ta under arrest.
Got. Patttaon, of Pannaylvania, daaxiesAirport
that he wan about to rwtgn to aeoeeta
Esition in the Treasury departmact oibiai
m by Secretary Manning
Tn RMtOHATtOR of Ptr* Lieutenant J. K
Pardee, 2Sd Infantry, now andar nhsrgss for
duplicating bta pay aooounta, baa beea aaaapM
by tbe President.
P*n>?nrrLT Break Vr Yocm Gold by the
ttmely uee of Dr. Jayne'a Expectorant, an aid
remedy for sore Lungs and Throata, and a oar
tain curative fhr Coughs.
AtllD.
. * A Ril RANT?HAMILTON. On February 17th,
18M4. by tbe Rev. Wm C. H. Luebkert. et Cbe par
WWO JOIIK L. BARORANT aat Xra LyELlJ.
Hamilton, both of twadty.
SMITH?SQUIRES. At the parsonage of the R#e.
I>r Piuer on Thuraday, April OuTl MM, JCUW K.
HMITH and SELLlX third daughter of Kt. Wm. U.
Squlrea, both of thiscity. Nocarda.
Mtt.
andrcvs. On Sunday. April 12th. lflmjat bm
atnu. after a brief lllnesa, of pi euro-pneumonia,
william p. andrews, late of Doylastowa, pa^
in the fiftieth year of Ms age. a
Funeral service* at hhi late rmm^tne, Oil l street
northwert. Tuasdav, at am. Frlenda of lie (bully
invited. Remalia will be aafeea te Peaaayleaala
for Interment. w e
-'^rVVSRSI: ?SrV& TS&iSJla
Ann* Powell Kargman, bakery TTBlnHaa. MSgj
years and 1 month*.
Funeral private.
?? April 11th, IMS. OWOTW* E.
BAr8E, tflor t ibon lllnrn vttfi id4 S
month*.
sgS&SMMVWBWW
Funeral *111 take place from hto late I intflimi if. 980
5^ *trv*t aoutbw*at, Tnssilsy,
April 14, at 3 o clock pm Friends of the ftunlly era
respectfully Invited to attend. #
^Funeral from the residence nf bar n. ... n
Boswell, So. 1*249 Union itrm. on Wednesday, at 4
p. m. Friends Mid relatives tMpeotfaUj' Uivltad to
attend r
CTAJBR. In rnlontowa, D. C., on Saturday, April
lIth.lSH5.JOHS W ., beloved husband af ffary F.
Clubb, a*fd 54 yean mm! 1U months. [Virginia
papers please copy.
DOW ELL. on tba morning of April 19th. MM.
8ARAH a, beloved wife of William Dewall. after V
abort 111 neat, aged forty-alx years.
We watched bar breathing through tbe nigh*
Her breathing soft and low
Aa In her breast tbe ?av? of lite
Kept heaving to and fro.
Bo silently we teamed to spaak.
So slowly moved about,
Aa we bad lent tier half oar iwwai
To tkc bar living out.
We thought her dying when ah* slept,
And sleeping when she died,
For when the morn oame dim and sad.
And chill with early showers.
Her quit* eyelids cloead. she bad
Another taorn than ours.
By bar Children.
Funeral will take place from Epiphany church. ft
st n. w? on Tuesday. AprU 14. at 230 p. m. KrWnda
and relatives are reepectfblly Invited to attend.
ELLIS. On morning of April 12, 18*5, LEONORA
A., wlft of tbe lata Samuel T. Ellis, In th4 ft>rt>-eeound
year of her ase.
Funeral from bar lata residence, 1006 Saw Jersey
avenue southeast, Tuesday, April 14th, at 2 o'clock p.
m. Hal stives and friends of the ftmlly respectfully Invited
to attend. *
FR1S4H. On Sunday morning .April 12, IMS, at
8 o'clock, Mrs. MARY DORATHA FRIEHS, relict uf
tbe lata Christopher Friaas, aged fifty-ibraa yesrs and
eight months.
Funeral Tuesday afternoon. April 14. at 8 o'clock p.
m , from bar late residence. No. lOOh Hlxtb street
northwest. Relatives and friends respectfully Invited
to attend.
HEITMULLER. ASTON HEITMrLLKR, on
Sunday, April 12.1885, at 2 JO p. m., in tbe seventythird
year of bts age.
Funeral will take place on Wednesday. AprU 15th,
from his late residence. 815 C street southeast, at 2 p.
m . from the Uertnan Lutheran Church, corner fourth
and E streets northwest, at 8 p. m. Friends and relatives
invitad to attend. 2*
JOHSSOS. On Saturday, April the 11th, 1885. al
6:30 a.m? JOHS 1). JOUSSGN, in the fortieth year
of his age.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday. April 14th. at
three o'clock p.m., from h?s late residence, 112 F
street northwest. Friends and relatives tavlled to attend.
2*
MrOOWSE. At Georgetown. D. C., April 13th.
1885, Mias MARY ANS MctiOWXE, daughter oi
the late Michael and Mary McQowna.
Funeral from her lata residence, 1942 Frederick
street, Georgetown, D. C. on Wednesday, April 15th.
at 8:30 o'clock a m. The members of the Sodality or
aw? n %r *? -? -? - ? ~ *
W" ?> ? . n., inn OT UH BUIKUT BCDOOl VI rOTIWlfuily
Invited to attend. 2*
PRATHER. On April 12th, 1886, KATIE A., beloved
daughter of Richard O. and Henrietta Fratber,
in the twenty-first year ot her aire.
Funeral from the residence of her parent*. Oood
Hope, on Tuesday, the 14th Inst.. at two o'clock p. m.
Relatives and friends ara reepectfully Invited to attend.
TU8TIN. On April 12.1885. at Philadelphia, Pa..
SEPTIMUS KEVIN TUSTIN.arMl thirty-two year*
Private interment at Oak HUl Cemetery. *
WiXXN'IOHT. On Saturday afternoon. April
11th. 18H&, GRANT. eon of Oeo. W. and Uathauue
V. Wakmilgbt, In the fourth year of hit a?re
Funeral this (Monday) afternoon. April IS, at 4
o'clock, from 1889 mh street. Went Wa?hinfrton.
WHEATLEY. On Sunday, April 12th. 1HHJV. at 7
a. m., of consumption, Mra llAltV V. WUKATLKV,
awed forty-two vearm. She bora tier suffering with
Christian fortitude.
Ma>- sue rest in peace.
Funeral will take place on Tuesday. April 14th at
4 p.m., from her late residence, A24 Twelfth nir?*4
northwest. Friends and relatives Invited to attend.
WILOOX. On April 12th, 1HH6. Mrs ANNA M
WILCOX, relict of the late Charles <J. WUoii, In the
sixtieth year of her age.
Her Aineral m ill take place ttrnn St Panl o P K_
church, 23d sU, on Tuesday, AprU 14U?,at four o'clock
p.m. *
tTNDEHTA KEHsT
Arthur rooneys.
14TH 8TRKET FURNITURE AND I N LLHTAK1NU
MTABUbUMk-M,
ap6 1738 n.w.
TAJU8 BELLEW,
fj UNDERTAKER,
Corner of O it. and New Jersey ave. n.w. Personal
attention to all details of ftinerala. iw/o
11 W. CAJLN * CO.. ~
J.ls UNDERTAKERS.
lull 7th St., between New York ava aid L st. hw_
washington, d. c tv-aui
y M. BOTELER,
FURNISHINQ UNDERTAKER,
Not. 013 Pennsylvania avenue north wast and 7SS
8th St. southeast. Telephone call No. 854. d24lta
W. BARKER,
UNDERTAKER AND PRACTICAL EMBALM E*
?ia 11th street north weal.
_Teleph one can 847-4. oc24
WILLIAM F. SPINDLER.
FURNISHING UNDERTAKER,
Telephoue connection.
102l? ?th street northwest, near L. mfc4
JOHN R. WRIGHT.
CxouTiuua asm Fuxout Draacro^
rxj7 lotii MrmmL ounhwrnL
IVIephop# call W 410
MEDICAL, Ac.
Dr. andmme. selden, 32? mihrouri ave.
near 4J* el . below Pennsylvania ave n.w.), the
must skillful Ladles' Doctor* iu the United States:
nearly forty yearn suooesnfol practice. Remedy fur irregularities
safe, healthy and cannot ML Price 15.
Call or write. Office always open. ap^lw*
I CURE FIT81
When I say I rare I do not maea merely to atop
tuetn for a time and then have them return Main, I
mean a radical cure. I have mad* the dlseaae of FITS,
EPILEPSY or FALLINU SICKNESS a life-Ion?
stud v. I warrant my remedy to cure the worst oaaea
Because others have foiled Is no reason for not now receiving
a cure. Send at onoe for a treatise and a Free
Bottle of my Infolllhle remed*. Give Kxpress and Poet
OIBce. It ooata you not tan* for a trial, and I will oore
vou.^ Addrea Dr. H. G. ROOT, IS3 Pearl at_, ^tew
LEON HA8 REMOVED FBOS 88ft MI?
a/ Bvuiiavruuc Mf * l? MJ n o.w.; BV UM KJU COB*
nection or partnenhip with anyone. mh27-lm*
IT HAS MgVKK BKE5 CONTRADICTEDTH AT
Da. BROTHERS U the oKM eat ah Ha hod adrerMint
LmVm PbiiicUt In this ctty. udta. *oa am
confidently consult Da. BROTHutt. 006 ft at. aw.
Particular atiamlon paid to all IImum asmillai w
ladles, married or Mingle. Ail Iwplirttto and ?nrian
troubles surcaaaftilly trwrt W Board, with
good accommodations, and kind dBciwt nnrsM fur iBbed
to thoae who may talit to stay a few dars
la the city nader his treatment. bS5>1m*
Manhood restorkd by uttpro a bottlb
or two of Da. brothers' IbrtcoraUng CorWillcttreany
oaee of aemlnal waafcntos.BMmaa
ueblllty and Impotaacy. It tmpiiwi vim to Um
whole mum. (KM Bel aw. mtt-lm*
can bo ooaeolted daily at 12M 7th Maw. pfcee
toon from 1 to 0 p.m. with ladies only, mhtfl 1m*
qq dayb' trial.
ML DYE'S
ELECTRIC VOLTAIC BELT, Md MfcM HKVUC
AFTUAVcaa We wUl tend on thirty dara" trial, ta
men. young or old, who are authrtof from > i am
Debility, Loat Vitality, Mid those diseases of a pereoaal
nature resulting from abuses and other aaoma Miieedr
relief aad complete raMbiallua to baaltn, vfeat Mi
manhood ruarantaed. Band Ml oooa fbr Uloatrated
Addima VOLTAIC BJSXT O^HarJ^KAD
Aji l?^K^g^^-DR.
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