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ORITIC-REOORD, WASHINGTON, D. 0., PUTT) AY EVENING, MAY 8, 1801.
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' I r.NTintTAiNsniNTS.
Ai,iiArtiii'Carlelon Opera Company In
"I lie Sllkado.'' Evenings nt 8:10. Slatllico
New National "Tho Prlvnto Secretary."
Evenings nt8. Slatlnces Wednesday nnd Sat
urclny, llAttm' -Ada Gray In "East Lynnc." Even
ing nt 8. Slntlnce Tuesday, Thursday ana
Kkiikan'h Krank JtcNIsh Specialty Com.
pany, Evenings nt " Matinees 'Iitcsdny,
Thursday ami Saturday.
Gi.or.i: Burke' Novellle and Female Jock-
cj. Evening nt R. Slntlnees Monday, Wednes
day, Friday mid Saturday.
Kknnixo ItAcE Coi'iisB Hnccs dally nt 3
KxnmMoxe ToStarshnll Hall, the steamer
Charles Sincalcster, dally nt 10a. m. and 3 p. i
JUtKHAM. Association game, 1:30 p. in.
IN AND AIJOUT TOWN.
(loot! ilny for the llclil sports.
'I'he chnngo in the weather send many
to the rnces and baseball.
The Columbia Cyclo Cltth will tlvo Its
rccular run to Marlboro' next .Sunday,
starting from Its club rooms, Third street
uml New York avenue, at 0:30 a. m.
A (cam of horses hitched to a buggy
uml driven by William Harris, ran away
on the Glemvood road yesterday evening.
The vchielo was upset and Harris severely
During a quarrel between two colored
men in Morris' saloon on Kevcnth street,
last night, .Robert Tierce was stabbed in
tho stomach with a penknife. Thomas
jjuviiii, anotner young colored man, xrm
locked up In the Fifth Street 1'olicc Sta
tion, charged with doing the stabbing.
William liowio considered himself an
nrtlst with an iec-pick until about noon
to-dav, when ho changed his mind. Ho
was "attempting to artistically carvo a
cake of ice, but tho pick slipped and
carved his arm nicely. He wasn't badly
hurt, for Dr. Itoss llxed him up and sent
Yesterday tiie will of Michael Hlnes
was liled in Ihe l'robatc Court, ire leaves
tho bulk of his property to his wife. His
son, Paul Hlnes tho ball player, gets lots
'2 and .1 In square 520, and lots four, seven,
unci eight in square 71f, and his daughter,
Josephine Hine.f of Georgetown, $1,000 in
cash aild $1,000 in three years.
Mr. Francis U. Mohun, who was ap
pointed by Judge Hagncr as receiver for
the La Normandlc Hotel, has taken
charge of the house, and will conduct it
until the legal troubles between Messrs.
Lake ana Woodbury can bo adjudicated.
Sir. 1', li. Kmmerson, who has been witli
the hotel for some time, will act as his
At tho meeting last night of District As
sembly, No. CO, Knights of Labor, a reso
lution was passed indorsing the effort of
journeymen house painters ''to retain and
fully enforce tho eight-hour day," and
pledged their support to aid them in just
demands. Tho strike of tho iron molders
was also indorsed and support was
Tho Irish-American Vnlon at its regu
lar meeting last night, unanimously
adopted resolutions expressive of sympa
thy with the people of Newfoundland "in
their resistance to the attempted coercion
schemes of tho Uritish government, and
congratulating them on their determina
tion to cultivate closer relations with this
Miss Adelaide Johnson, Vice-President
of Vimodaughsis, has completed a model
in clay of a life-sizo bust of Susan If.
Anthony, and yesterday a plaster cast of
it was made. Later in "tho summer Miss
Johnson will carry tho casts to Home,
where alio will place the busts in marblo
in the studio of 1'nbi Albini, under whom
she studied. Tho two busts will bo at the
World's Fair and later will bo placed in
the Capitol here.
Superintendent Powell of the public
schools addressed a mothers' meeting at
tho AYiniodnughsis yesterday afternoon on
the best arrangements to be made for tho
health and.inorals of uunilsin the vari
ous schools. Tho subject was also dis
cussed in an Informal manner by the
ladles, nnd Mr. Powell answered numer
ous questions relating to the hygienic ar
rangements of the schools, which, he said,
were almost perfect.
Tho District Society of the Sons of tho
Revolution have decided to celebrate May
IK), the anniversary of tho agreement to
the act of perpetual union between the
colonies in 1775 by an excursion to Mt.
A'einou. The steamer Macalcster has
been chartered for tho occasion and tho
following committee to make arrange
ments for the trip has been appointed:
Hon. John Lee Carroll, Brigadier-General
Rochester, Itev. George William Doug
lass, Chief Justice Richardson of tho Court
of Claims, Lieutenant Davenport of tho
Navy, A. B. Legaro and Gaillard Hunt.
COLORED DIVINES IN CONFERENCE.
Jtishojm niul Pastors Moot To-lJay to
Tall." Church Mutters.
The conferenco of tho ministers ot tho
colored Methodist churches of tho Wash
ington district is in session to-day at tho
East Washington Mission, corner of Four
teenth nnd C streets northeast.
Tho Conferenco is not being hold to
change the location of any of tho present
pastors, but to' reccivo oral reports from
the ministers jn charge of tho fifteen
churches in this District, which embraces
all colored charges' of the M. K. Cnurch in
tho entire State of Maryland, those in tho
District of Columbia and m tho eastern
part of Virginia.
Among the noted colored divines as
sembled this morning wcroRishop W. II.
Allies of Kentucky, presiding elder of the
District; the Rev. J. S. Smothers, tho
Rev. J. AY. Luckett of Miles Chape), tho
Rev. H. Prinirosoof Ilolsey Mission, who
is'sccrctary of tho Conference; the Rev.
C. M. Blunt of Front Royal, Va and
31 r. Kmorj'n 1'iiiioriil.
'The funeral of Mr. Samuel Kmery will
take placo to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock from tho Metropolitan M. F.
Church, of which deceased was a mem
ber. Rev. Dr. L. W. Bates of Baltimore,
formerly pastor of tho Congress-street
Methodist Protestant Church of George
town, will conduct tho services, which
will be very simple. Tho following gen
tlemen have been selected as pall-bearers:
ActiveMessrs. Fdward Groves, A. 11.
Duvall, William Mackoy, Clarence Duvall,
Commissioner John W. Ross nnd Dr.
Ccortro II. La Fetra.
Honorary Messrs, Charlton, Brown
ing, Talraagc, Clarke, Hanover, Tenny,
McDowell and W. K. Clarke.
Mr. Kmcry was a membor of the Ma
sonicanrt Odd-Fellow orders of Baltimore,
but tho funeral ceremony will bo simply
those of tho Methodist Church. Tho in
terment will ho made nt Congressional
Thcro wns a eompeditivo drill for
sqiinds of eight for each company in tho
Nntir.nnl Guard nt tho Contra Market
Armory Inst night. The largo armory
was crowded to its fullest capacity ami
unusual Interest was taken in (ho drilling,
The judges selected to determine as to
who wero entitled to thoprizes woroMajor
Pi'lxotto, Captain William K. Horton and
Adjutant McDowell announced that tho
following were tho winners: Company C,
Second Battalion, Captain C. S. Doiuor;
Privates II. K.Kondrup, J. J. Gavin, W.
II. Domcr, O. N. Sessford, W. 10. Crist, .1.
G. G'essford, R. D, Cromwell and J. P.
Cromwell. They wero heartily congratu
lated for their victory.
A Chniifio of Schedule.
Commencing Sunday, May 10, tho
through morning train for tho South will
leave Washington at 11:10 a.m., Instead
cf N:3Q n. in. Washington and South
western vcstlbnled limited, 8:10 p. m.;
trains for Lynchburg and local stations,
8:30 a. m.
Trains from Lynchburg nnd local sta
tions arrlvo at Washington 1:50 p. m. and
0:1)0 ). m. No otlior changes In arrivals
and departures from Washington.
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ItN l.'xcollciit OmilltleR
Commend to public approval tho Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs.
It is pleasing to the eyo nnd to tho taste,
mid, bv gently acting on tho kidneys,
liver nnd bowels, it clcansos the system
effectually, thereby prompting tho health
and comfort of all who use it.
THE LAST DAY OP REGULAR MEET
ING OF TIIE JOCKEY CLUIl.
The 1'lcnsnnt AVcatlier HrlngH Out a
Large Crowd to WKiidki tlm Flyers
The Detail!) of Yesterday' Knees
Points from tho Pnddock.
Tho last day of tho regular meeting or
tho Washington Jockey Club attracted
another big crowd to tho track. If was
better racing weather than tho past few
days, and tho crowd appreciated this fact,
ns wns shown by tho attendance. Tho
grand stand was well filled, and tho gay
toilets of thu ladles added to tho pleasure
of the occasion,
Five races wero on tho cards, four on
tho Hat and one over tho hurdles, and all
of them wcro good betting races.
There will be an extra meeting of three
days, commencing to-morrow.
First Race Jester, a i!-ycar-old colt be
longing to tho Morris stable, was thought
a good thing in the first race and carried
tho bulk of the money. Stiletto lllly was
well nlaycd also. Tito horses got nwav
well together, Stiletto lllly and Aristocrat
leading into tho stretch, when tho Morris
colt moved tin and won easily, Stiletto
filly second and Aristocrat third.
Second Race A good Held faced tho
starter in tho slx-furlong dash. Rustic
was mado tho favorite and the others
divided the money in tho place betting.
Silence and Silent got off together, tho
latter lnnkiiijr tho pneo until tho turn,
when Silence moved up and galloped
down tho stretch, winning by half a
length, Silent being beaten tor the place
by Louise in the last half furlong.
Third Race Tho Faust handicap was
the best betting race of the day. Low
lander was a prime favorite, alternating
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VWUJ J.1UVU, UIlll IMU VVlllllUI, IjUUUM, sell
ing at 20 to 1 nnd at times better. Corti
celli made the pace, with Lowlandcr sec
ond. On the back stretch Lotion took tho
lead and fought it out with Corticelli and
Lowlandcr until the stretch, when Corti
celli foil back beaten, and as Lowlandcr
could not reach the leader, Lotion won by
half a length, Lowlandcr second and
Fourth Race Basil Duke was thought
a certain winner, and went to tho post n
hot favorite, but was so poorly ridden as
to bo out of tho race, which was won bv
morn uuDDcr in u driving liuisn, dch
sarhis second and Vintage Time lllly third.
Fifth Race The talent divided its money
between Mirabeau and Sam Wood. Tho
former mado tho running from tho start,
and was never headed, winning with case
from Sam Wood, Rhody Pringle third.
Sixth Race Tho gentlemen riders'
steeple chase brought out only three
horses. Nntzhez, ridden by Mr. Knut.
was the easiest of winners, and galloped
homo a furlong in the lead. Huckleberry
won the place.
Points from the l'nililoclc.
Society was out in force yesterday. .
Lotion was a good thing vesterday in
the third ruce at 20 to 1, and at times bet
ter. There is a well defined suspicion gain
ing ground that tho races are just a trifle
off. Tho fourth race had a very ugly look.
Tho India Rubber race will be investi
gated. Basil Duke, the favorite, was
poorly ridden and whon tho jockey and
owner wcro questioned thoy told conllict
L'lntriguanto ought to be a sure thing
in the first race to-day.
King Solomon and Vintage Time lllly
ought to do the trick in tho second.
The third race lies between Recess and
Ninnoe. with Thiers L. a good horso to
take a llyeron.
Cornelia ought to win the five furlong
race, with Rustic second.
In tho steeplechase it looks liken good
thing for Stonewall, with Pat Oakley in
"Talk about Hercules!" exclaimed an
enthusiastic South Washington snort, "ho
can carry a ton of coal and beat any field
clean out of sight. He has only lost ono
race, and that was last season when they
handicapped tho old reliable until hosan
up to his haunches in solid earth and
they were obliged to haul him out with a
(icrncK. Ann men no would navo won in
a canter if tho jockey had not takejj a
One of the most attractive nooks in this
section of the city is that portion of tho
Smithsonian Grounds west of the Na
tional Museum and south of the Institute
building. The young trees havo just
reached that ago when their foliage takes
on the freshest green. The framo build
ing and cages ol the young zoo givo tho
scene a rural appearance, and the emerald
stretches of lawn, of which thcro is a ecu-'
erous area, heighten tho pastoral effect.
Viewed from B street this morning,
with the gaudy museum building kept
out of sight, the scene was especially rest
ful and pleasant. Just beyond tho ani
mal paddock three mowers swung their
scythes with that steady rhythm which
harmonizes so well with nature's quiet
moods. The buffalos, moving with pon
derous deliberation, loomed up from the'
middlq distance, nnd it would only havo
required tho tinkle of cow bells, the
rooster's shrill challenge, and a hay stack
or so Hung in with artistic abandon to
make one almost believe that he had been
transported to a veritable farm.
Another spot which is well worth n
visit by lovers or tho picturesque is the
southwest corner of Ninth and B streets,
just beyond. Here is located the com
modious residence of Mr. Frazer, with
its wealth of surrounding foliage. Tho
house itself is almost completely covered
with ivy, and rises from a billowy mass
of plants nnd shrubs and trees, with in
tertwined vines and beautiful blossoms in
their season, nrcsentinir a iininuo and de
lightful appearance, which never fails to
attract and hold tho attention of tho
sightseer when ho pnsses that way for tho
IThcro are probably few peojilo aware
that South Washington can boast of a,
bicycle manufactory. But such is tho
fact. It is located on Water street be
tween"I'enth and Klevcnth, and is run by
thoWnshington Cycle Company, of which
Mr. F. D. Owens is tho manager, and Mr.
W. K. Smith the superintendent. Tho
company is entirely a local ono, nnd all
their designs and patents belong to Wnsh
ingtonians. They will bo turning out
bicycles in about a month that will com
pete with tho best manufactured, and it is
their intention to make tho plant as largo
andcompletoasany In tho world.
Tho livo brick dwellings which Mr. C.
O. Sniitlison is creeling on G street, be
tween Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets,
are almost completed.
Mr. John Barnes led tho services at
Rescue Mission last night.
Mr. F. C. Soverance, who it was ex
pected would lead tho services at Gospel
Hall to-night, will not bo present owing
111 all Virginia, in truth, none in all this
country, lias shown tho rcmarknblo prog
ress that has characterized tho history ot
the city of Roanoko. Barely nine years
ago it was a little villngo hamlet, with but
three or four hundred population, To-day
It is a big, bustling, growing city of 30,000.
It was not an Aladdin's lamp or any
mysterious agency that effected this un
paralleled chango. It was simply tho ox
istenco and propinquity of enormous
natural resources and the beginning of
their development. To-day furnaces,
foundries, machinoshopsnre in oporiitlon,
furnishing employment to thousands of
skilled mechanics and workmen, Millions
and millions of dollars aro invested there.
Immense mines of iron ore and opal arc
being opcncd.and their treasures are being
pouicd Into tho hip of the city. Ono of thu
greatest inanufacturingcltiesof this great
country has Us foundation at Itoauokoaud
its superstructure will there bo erectod.
This is all preliminary to tho statement
that theroisjiow un opportunity offered
to citizens of Washington to share in tho
prollts arising from this great develop
ment, Tho slightest Investigation will bo
convincing, A dollarjudlciouslyinveted
jlow will return many fold. Read thoad
vertlsement of Weed, Jllllott and Com.
pnny, 131-1 Fstreet, lunnothcrcolumiiaiid
call upon them,
tiii: rtTiKKKs ir.r.Tiwi.
Damn's Hall, comer of Fourth and
Knst Capitol streets, did not contain as
lnrgo a number of tho citizens of llio Hast
Knd as wns desired last night, but tho
smnll attendance did not Is niiy way pre
vent tho meeting from belngau unusually
To this association belongs tho credit ot
having secured n number of improve
ments and ns o number moro are
needed it-would not bo a bad plnn for tho
citizens to turn out In full force at the
next meeting and to take action on the
condition of various streets, lights, etc.
Many improvcmcntsnro needed nnd when
tho attention of tho authorities Is brought
to benr njioit tho subject through the Fast
Washington Citizens' Association good re
sults are expected. Among the moro Im
portant improvements are: Repaying
Fourth street south of C, thcregrading and
paving of Virginia avenue from Nlghtli
to Second street, tho necessity or n street
MVecpcr more tlinn once or twice in n fort
night, tho lighting of K street cast of
Flcvrnth street, the relnving of portions
of the A. .v I. R. It. tracks, tho I'r.idlnir of
G sheet cast of Klevcnth, tho concreting
of F street which is the route to Congres
sional Cemetery and which street Is now
badly in need of repairs, and soeral
At tho meeting last night tho most im
portant subject discussed was the validity
of the census returns of 1800, and from
the enthusiastic mnnncr in which several
members participated in tho debate it is
evident that Fast Washington is dissatis
fied. Mr. A. F. Spcrry rend an interesting
communication from Mr. A. F. Cliilds.
the acting superintendent who stated that
tho population of tho section known as
Fast Washington, which was embraced
within squares CDS to 1170, is 17,130 by
last census, and of tho outlying territory,
Mr. Wcller called attention to the re
markable discrepancy existing between
the police census of 1887 of the outlving
county and tho Federal census of IsCK).
Accoramg to tne lormcrtiie population
was 10,170, while by tho lattor, taken
three years later, it is only 0,301.
That tho population of the county has
decreased by nearly a thousand Mr. Wcl-.
lcr could not believe. Ho referred to the
wonderful growth of tho various suburbs
of hast Washington, nnd referred to tho
villflgoof Anacostia as being particularly
After several members had ci veil vent
to their opinions regarding the Federal
census, it was resolved that on account of
the discrepancy in tho two counts and be
causo "tho best interests of this section
require that ils accurate number of citi
zens be established beyond doubt;" that
tho Commissioners be requested to in
struct tho police authorities to take a
census before June 10, 1801, "of tho entiro
number of residents domiciled within tho
tho number respectively of tho several
sections of tho District, and that tho
meridian of population in the said Dis
trict be ascertained.
After discussing at some length tho
manner in which members had been
treating the association by non-attendance
Mr. Sperry directed in a set or
sharply worded resolutions that the presi
dent and executive disband tho standing
committees and that new ones bo ap
pointed on which persons who would at
tend to their duties be assigned.
Messrs. AVcller, Dawson, Babson, Clarke
nnd others then discussed the manner in
which transfers wcro issued by the Met
ropolitan Street Railway. The meeting
then adjourned for one month.
OTIlin: CAJ'ITOt. 1HI.I. ITEMS.
Mrs. Ida Miller has n young son.
Mrs. Benson of Maryland avenuo is re
ported as being somewhat better.
Mrs. A. C. Huston, who ha"s been spend
ing tho winter; with friends on Fast
Capitol street, returns to her Jiomc near
Boston this week.
What with cooking, art and musical
schools and clubs our Seventh and Klghth
grade pupils arc kept busy and content.
The Methodist Home for Aged Women,
pleasantly situated upon Twelfth and N.
streets northeast, near Kendal Green, is in
a prosperous condition. This home was
established over a vear ago. under the au
spices and by tho aid of tho combined
Methodist Episcopal societies of tho Dis
trict. The houso is commodious, the placo
quiet and the rooms nicely furnished.
The home contains nt present eight life
Miss Woodward, until recently a teacher
in tho Maury School, has resigned, nnd
has accepted the secretaryship of the
Preparations for the big celebration aro
still going on, and in n very short time the
committee will be able to report some
progress. Persons desiring to aid the en
terprise financially can do so by sending
donations to Mr. James II. Douy or to
Judge Armstrong. This celebration will
only need good weather to make it ono of
the llncst of its' kind e.vcr seen in this sec
tion of Maryland or Virginia. No pains
will bo spared to make it one long to bo
remembered, as with tho co-operation of
other secret organizations it can but be a
success. As'totho selection of tho orator
of the day there seems to be somo doubt,
as some favor Judge Armstrong, while
some favor Colonel Frisbio.
The Fpworth League are making the
final preparations for their entertainment.
Thcsmcing promises to be unusually fine
as the lads and lassies are being drilled
nightly, andall being' the possessors of line
voices, thd success of the affair is insured.
Mr. Hoenig, whose ribs were broken by
a fall somo ten days ago, is no better.
Testimonial to tho charming petite
actress, Miss Ftlle Darling, whose home
is in Anacostia', will bo tendered her
shortly by hci friends of tho profession at
.Masonic nan. "j'ygmaiion aim uaiatca"
will be rendered, and among those who
will participate in its rendition aro Thomas
Keene, Freil Darling and other actors of
note. Miss Darling will also appear,
Mr. George W. Ray, who has been sipk
for the past month with rheumatism, is
Mr. David Grunnel died suddenly yes
terday evening at 0:30 o'clock. Ho was
sitting at the tablo eating and fell out of
the chair dead. Ho was 51 j-carsofage.
Tho beautiful homo of Mr. Thomas l'L
Wnggaman, 3300 O street, was thrown
open to members of tho Medical Associa
tion last night, and from 8 to 11 o'clock
thero was a constant stream of visitors.
In Washington thero is not a finer private
art gallery than that of Mr. AVaggamaii's,
and at tho request of Dr. Patterson and
other local physicians ho welcomed ull
who desired to review tlieso splended
works, Drs. DoWitt C. Patterson, J.
II. Bryan and F. Hyatt acted as reception
committee. When tho visitors first en
teied tho resldcnco they wero conducted
into tho dining room whero a splendid
supper was served and afterward wcro
shown up to tho gallery.
About 5 o'clock last evening n young
man by tho name of Tom Weightkniglit
fell attlio corncrof Thirtieth nnd P streets
and injured his head, With the assistance
of OlUcer Curren ho was carried to his
home. No. ,'KIU Twenty-ninth street, and
placed in, the caro of friends.
Mr. William Laird, jr., cashier of the
Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank,
has tendered his resignation, to tako offect
on Junol. Mr. K. P. Berry was elected
cashier, Mr. C. Wi Edmonston ns assistant
cashier, Mr. A. O. Avery, paying teller
and Mr. G. F. Auld, receiving teller.
Prospect avenue, between Market and
Potomac streets, isin a very bad condition.
A very enjoyable party wos given by
Mrs. lMIson at tho residence of her sister,
3."0S Prospect avenue, last evening.
In ttin Kcu!ty Court.
Judgo Hngiicr presiding Desmond vs.
McConncll; John T. Lewis appointed
guardian ad litem. Flanagan vs. Flana
gan; hill dismissed with costs. Plummcr
vs. Butler; pro confesso against Mary J.
Jones ordered. Clark vs, Clark; testimony
before William II. Dennis, examiner,
ordered taken. Ilowlctt vs. Egnn; rule on
thu defendant, mado returnablo May 10,
granted. Durnnd vs, Butuman; Harry II,
Wells appointed guardian ad Ilium.
Harper vs. Pnschcll; snlo ratlllcd nisi.
Our boys' long pants suits for 1 1 nro
beauties; better qualities proportionately
low, Ktfccman Bros.. Sovcnth and E.
Berkeley is pnrc.
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COMISKEV'S MEN TAKE A (UMEFKOM
The Local Team Played Listlessly Car
ney Wns Hatted Hard and His Sup
port Was Pool- How the Chilis
Stand Gossip of tho Game.
Couth key's men won tho second game
from tho Nationals yestorday in a eoiitest
that was so one-sided ns to bo barren of
interest, and that insofar as tho local
team was concerned was distinguished
principally by what it foiled to do, either
individually or as n whole. Tho men
seemed to lack the spirit which should
should have Imbued them anil played in
nn Indifferent manner that called forth
many demonstrations of disapproval
from the spectators. Especially wns this
so in the caso of several of tho players.
They wero listless both in the Held and at
tho bat, and every action showed a desiro
to shirk tho work for which they aro em
ployed. The story of llio game is quickly told.
The men from tho Mound City piled up
fourteen runs, only two of which wcro
earned, on fourteen baso hits, which
yielded a total of twenty-three bases, be
ing ably assisted by tho errors of tho lo
cal team, not only In the Held whero they
aro chargeable, but in judgment, whero
tho record cannot count against them.
In the second Inning Comisky's cohorts
scored nine runs on a combination of
hitting and errors, and after that it was
simply a micstion of how many runs they
would make. Errors of judgment were
as plentiful as blackberries in June, and
tho boys from tho Mound City took ad
vantage of tho picking to increase the
Carsey, who was pitching, was taken
out at the conclusion of thesccond inning
and Mace substituted, although it was not
tho Callfornlon's fault that his loam was
so far in tho rear. Mace pitched a credit
able game, considering the handicap
under which ho worked. Comiskv wisely
substituted Ncal for Stivetts after his
team had tho game well in hand, and the
former pitched out tho remainder of the
game in excellent style, onlv three hits
hcine made off his delivery. Ilia support
was likewise goodi
All tho credit for the game belongs to
tho Browns, who played ball all through
the game, no matter how for ahead thoy
were, that was in marked contrast to the
listless and indifferent playing of tho
Tho scoro by innings:
Washington.!) 0 10 0 0
St. Louis. ...0 1) 3 0 1 1
Earned runs St. Louis '2
hits Smith, Munvan. Bovle
0 0 x M
Aicuanny. stolen bases Jjecciicr.
Egon, Hoy, Fuller, McCarthy. Double
plays Egan and Comiskey. First base
on balls Washington, 1; St. Louis, 3.
Hit by pitched ball Stivetts. Struck out
By Carsey, 1; by Mace, 3; by Stivetts,
1: by Ncal, 3. Passed balls McGuire, 1;
Otlior Games Yesterday.
At Baltimore Baltimore, 10;
At Philadelphia-Athletic, 0;
At Boston Cincinnati, 10; Boston,!.
At Brooklyn Philadelphia, 7; Brook
At Boston New York. SI; Boston, 8.
At Cincinnati Pittsburg, I; Cincin
At Chicago Cleveland, 0; Chicago, 3.
St. Louis at Washington.
Louisville at Baltimore.
Cincinnati at Boston.
Columbus nt Philadelphia.
Cleveland nt Chicago
New York at Boston
Philadelphia at Brooklyn.
"PilluKiirrr of Ciiilimnh
Wlint the Clubs Hnvo Done.
w. l. r.c. xr. i.. r.o.
Iloston....l5 7 .( Columbus .11 II .110
lialtlmorc.13 7 .IB0 CJnclnuatt.il 15 .11
St. Louis. .1.1 10 .liOH Athletic... 8 13 .4110
Loulsvllle.,15 11 .5T" Waslilng'n ! Hi .SOU
w. i.. r.c. xr. r.. r.o.
Uoeton !l r .U:i New York. 7 7 .MX)
t'lc eland.. !) 0 .IHH 1'lttsburg.. t! 7 .1112
Chicago.... K fi .C.0() llrooklyn... 5 ! .357
Fhila 7 7 .501) Cincinnati. 3 11 .'JM
llcliiml tho lint.
It was a stupid game.
The team needs n lecture with a larjo
li, and a few fines would not be out of
Von dcr Alio was an interested specta
tor, and when the returns from tho Baltimore-Louisville
game wero posted and
tho champions were known to havo been
defeated, be gently murmured, "We're in
third place, anyhow," and deserted the
Kelly did himself proud yestcrdav.
Fourteen innings and a victory was a big
feather in tho ex-Bostonian's can.
Tho old familiar whistling chorus was
very pronounced at National Park about
C o'clock yesterday.
Several of tho infleldcrs showed an un
usual desire to shirk their work.
Boston retains first place by a narrow
There is liable to bo a rattling of drv
bones in tho ranks of the local club erer
Burns made two of tho hits yesterday.
Among the Amateurs.
All interesting game of base ball was
played yesterday afternoon at Olympic
Young Olympics, which ended in a vic
tory for tho latter, by a score of 20 to 10.
Tho batteries wcro Braitmeyer and Rams
burg for tho losers, Haycock nnd Collins
for tho winners.
"Sew "features nt Ki-riinn's.
Among the new features at Kcrnan's
Theatre last night was tho appearance of
Frank McNish, tho famous minstrel, and
originator of "Silence and Fun," in white,
face. McNish lias been so long associated
in America with tho typical African
minstrel that his sudden and unexpected
appearance without cork caused not a
little surprise. During his tour around
tho-world ho frequently appeared in whito
face, but last night was tho first time ho
ever ventured to discard tho time-honored
cork in America. It adds an air of
novelty to his net that everybody seemed
to appreciate. As many will desire to seo
tho great minstrel in this now departure
if not violation of the rules or minstrelsy,
Mr. McNish will continuo to appear in
Hear hi IWIml
tho frock and sack suits In sense, chov-
lot and cassimero materials wo advertise
10, S12.00, $13,00 and 15." Eiseman
Bros., Seventh and E.
MclLOD-SlAltTIN'.-On WcihiMiUy, May
ii, inii; nt inn biuiuinny i iiiircn, uy ino ncv.
David llarr, William l!. Alcl.emt ot Washing
ton, 1). C and Helen Virginia Jlaitln ot llu
llAltlt- On .Wncion Thursday, May T, 1K1I,
at :!;1U a, in,, at her late rcldonco, VM I'lrth
fired coutlieast, Kronces A., hclovoil wife ot
.lohu II. llarr, attcr a long uml painful Hlnes,
which sliubnro with tho foitltiulo ot n tine
HAYLY-On May 7, 181. at 12:10 ii. m In the
S'tliyoar of Ida ago. William 1'., oldest sou ot
William II. O. and Kmily tl. Ilajly.
I'uneral from tho rosldcncc ot hi imrcnlc,
No. 782 Twenty-Ant street northwest, on Sat
urday, May y, at S o'clock p. in.
t'OOI'Hlt-On Wednesday, May I), 1WU, at S30
p. in.. Mrn. Harriet Cooper, relict ot tho Into
William Cooper, in tho Kith yeur nt her age.
I'uneral -crleee at her late rcrlilenri. 'J3-) 1)
Hreet conthwest, onsatuiday at 11 o'clock a.
in. No flowers.
KMK11Y Suddenly, nt 5 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, May H.lKll, Kauiucl Ihneiy, la the
'lith v at life one.
Funeral services will ho held at (to Metro,
polltnn M.K. Chm eh, turner V'our-nnd-a-h'iU
and (' itreets northwest, nt 11 n. in., Saturday,
llelnlhcB and Irleuda are Invited to attend,
THUNNKL-Snddenly at tho residence ot
li brother, O. II. Truuuel, esti., lS'.HI Thirty
liuirtluticet, at ti:SQ p. in , Stay 7, William I),
'I'jnuutl,' nised '. yearc, -lormcily Ocrh for
,. liL'jL-a Ui...'rt:mj-Aa
Tut: Ciitnc-ltnciiiiti's review ot quota
tions nt Centre Market tnsl Wednesday
ills nlmosl oxnetly what liitiy bo said to
dny, which Is to remark Hint thoro is only
tho slightest appreciable - chnngo in
prices anywhere in tho list, cxrept In two
favorite articles of spring diet. Those
items arc strawberries and spring chick
ens. Tho Norfolk berry now rules, nnd
ennhchnd from Ls to L'5 cents ner quart,
ns against i-'U to 10 cents on Wednesday,
Tho article is llrst-class and tempting, too.
Spring chickens are cheaper by about 10
per cent., bringing from :0 to -10 cents per
pound. Other poultry Is tho same as Inst
It is n twico told tolo to say that llrst
class beef and mutton remain tho same
that Is, high and scarce. If there is any
thing to lio noted about the market it is
that prime cuts arc in demand, nnd the
butchers, who hnvo been complaining a
little nt tho very small ninrgin of profit
vouchsafed, nro at least encouraged to be
lieve they may come out nearer oven
than expectation of prices hod lately
Butter, which to-day's reports show the
last summlnc up of the situation was
correct, is still high, with no symptom
of a chango to please the economical
housekeeper. Eggs aro tho same.
Tho list of vegetables furnished by Tun
CniTic-Kr.coiii), embrace the best tho
market affords, nnd consequently range
to the maximum prices. There is not a
seller who reads Tin: Citiric-lliuonn's, who
docs not testify to its fairness and ac
curacy. Other articles of the list for lo-day's re
ports aro not at all changed.
A glance at tho fish market shows an
abundant supply and evidences of an
Groceries and everything incident to llio
business, steady, at last quotations, with
Ff.oun Best family $0.50 to 57 per barrel;
fl.KO per sack (quarter barrel); best Min
nesota $0.50 to S8 per barrel; $1.75 to M
per sack; Graham, 5 cents per pound;
entiro wheat, S" per barrel.
MrjA !-$ 1 ncr bnshel. l!5 cents ner neck:
hominy, 33 cents per peck; grits, '20 cents
per package; flakes, 1C cents per package,
0 cents per pound; whcatlcts, 15 cents per
package; oatmeal, 5 cents per pound;
Hcckcr's cracked wheat, 0 cents per
pound; Farina, 10 cents per pound; sago,
10 cents per pound; rice, 7 to 10 cents per
pound; tapioca, 10 cents per pound; split
or green peas, C cents per pound; lentils,
10 cents ier pound.
Brnrr, Elgin creamery, 3.1 to 10 cents;
Pennsylvania, 35 to -10 cents; fancy print,
4D to ijo cents per pound.
Finis 10 to 18 cents pcrdozen.
Cnr.i:sn Cream, 18 to L'O cents per
pound; new English, 15 cents; old Eng
lish, 30 cents; Cainenbcrt. 30 cents; lim
burgcr, '20 cents: Itomicfort, 50 cents;
pineapple, each 00 cents; sapsago, 10
cents per cake; Fromagodebrie, 50 cents
per pound; Schweitzer, 35 cents ner pound;
English pineapple, 00 cents each; Eidam,
$1.15 to 1.25 per piece; parmesan, 50 cents
per pound; neufchatel, 5 to 7 cents per
Vror.T.r.i.r.s Potatoes, $1.50 to 51.00 per
bushel; now, R0 cents to $1 per peck; sweet,
50 cents per peck; cabbage, 5 to 15 cents
tier licail; cauliflower, 20 to -10 cents per
head; beets, new Florida, 75 cents to $1 per
peek; homo grown, 20 cents per bunch;
string beans, $1 per peck; Florida toma
toes, 20 cents per pound; cucumbers, 25
cents each, Southern now peppers, SI per
dozen; new carrots, 15 cents per bunch;
lettuce. 50 cents to $1 per dozen; aspar
agus, 15 to 30 cents; homo-grown, 10
cents per bunch; celery, 15 to 20 cents
per bunch; onions Bermudas, $1 per
peck; spring onions, 2 bunches for 5
cents; water-cresses, 10 cents per box; pic
plant, 5 cents per bunch; egg-plant, 15 to
25 cents each; snap beans, -10 cents 1 peck,
75 cents ner J neck (very scarce); cab
bage, 5 to 10 cents per head; parsnips, 30
cents per peck; cucumbers. 10 to 15 cents
each; home grown, 10 to 20 cents each.
Fiinsu Meats Beef. 8 to 25 cents per
pound; steaks, 15 to 30 cents; roasts, 121
to 20 cents; veal, 10 to 20 cents; roasts,
121 to 20 cents; cutlets, 20 to 25 cents;
mutton, 8 to 20 cents; spring lamb, 20 to
"0 cents; corned beef, 8 to 121 cents per
Cuniui Meats Hams, 13 to 15 cents
pound; shoulders, 10 cents pound; bacon,
10 to 12 cents pound; pickled pork, 10
cents pouna; lard, 10 cents pound.
Fnr.sn Fish Shad, 25 to 50 cents
each; bucks or melts, 25 cents each;
rock bass, 13 cents per pound; pom
pano, 25 cents; perch 15 cents per
siring: strawberry ncrch. 10 cents per
pound: flounder, 10 cents per pound;
Spanish mackerel. 30 cents per pound;
imported white bait, 50 cents; German
carp, 121 cents; salt water trout. 121
to 15 cents per pound: white perch, 25
cents per string; hard crabs, -10 to 50
cents per dozen; eels, 10 cents each;
lobsters, 15 to 20 cents per pound; frogs
legs, $1.50 to S3 per dozen, 25 cents each;
red snapper, 15 to 20 cents per pound;
blue fish, 121 cents per pound; halibut
(chicken), 20 cents per pound; snapping
turtle, 121 cents per pound; sea bass, 15
cents per pound; poigc, 15 cents per pound,
Poui.tiiy. Chickens, roasting, 18 to 20
cents per lb.; spring chickens, 30 to 10
cents per lb.; turkey, 22 cents per pound;
duck, 20 cents per pound.
FnujTS. Apples, 75 cents to $1 per peck;
Massena oranges, 30 to 40 cents per dozen;
FJoridas, 30 to 75 cents per dozen; Indian
Fiver oranges, $1; Shaddock, 15 cents
each, two for 25 cents; pineapples,
20 to 25 cents each; grapes -10 to 75
cents per pound; strawberries, 15 to
25 cents per quart (coming in larger
shipments); lemons, 25 cents a dozen;'
bananas, 20 cents n dozen; cranberries,
15 cents per quurt; mandarins, 10 cents
Cakked Goons Lobster, 25 cents per
can; tomatoes, 10 cents per can;
salmon, 20 cents; Caviare, 35 cents
per can; condensed milk, 15 to 18
cents per can; French peas, 15 to 25 cents
per can; American peas, 12 to 20 cents,
mushrooms, 20 to 80 cents per can; corn,
10 to 15 cents per can; peaches, 25 to 30
cents; asparagus, 25 to 50 cents per can.
Nuts English walnuts, 17 to 20 cents
periounl; new Brazil, 10 cents per pound;
pecans, 13 cents per pound; almonds, 20
cents per pound; filberts, 13 cents per
No better whisky in the market than
Berkeley, at Tharps, 818 F street uorth
wpst. SPKCIAT. NOTICES.
SSfltEPOHT OF TIIE CONDITION
S3 or tub
NATIONAL BANK OF THE IIEI'UBI.IC,
At Washington, 1). ('.,
At tho clo-e ut business Slay J, Hill.
Loan nnd discounts....
Overdrafts, seemed nnd unsecured.
V. s. bond to secure circulation...
I'. S. bonds to sccuio deposits
I'.S. bond on hand
sincks, securities, claims, etc
Diiofinni approved reserve agents.
Due from other national bank....
Due from Slate bank and bankers
Banking-house, furniture and fix
ture Current expense and luxe paid..
Check ami other cash Item
Exchange for cleai lug house
Hill ot other banks
Fractional paper currency, ulr kel
Specie (gold, 27(i,2(HI)
Legal tender notes
Hcdemptlou fund wlthU. S. Tio.is
urer (5 per cent, of circulation)..
$()$.-, ,220 (17
27, HO 10
Capital stock paid In
I'm hldi d lirOIH
2Tt,0 M 00
National bank notes outstanding
Individual deposit subject to check I,0.'1,n'W 5
Demand leitlllcates ot deno-lt..
rolled Stutm deposit ,
Due toother National Hank
Due to State Hanks and Hanker...
Cilijcj' W'aMiiglOH, County of Washington, .'
I, ('HAS. S, HIIADLKY. cashier ot the
nbovc-nained bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement I true to tho best of my
Xnovvlcdfo and holler,1
C1IAS. S.' BRADLEY, Cashier.
Sulcrbcd and sworn to boforc ino this 8th
day of Slay, m,
. - 1. FENWICK YOl'NO,
DAN'L II. CLAHKE,
I). (!. IIIIHKN.
OKO. ltVNHAL, J ii.,
A, A. WILSON.
OKO. B. LEMON,
OP tin: CONDITION
AND MKi'ltASU'H' NATIONAL
OenrRetown. in the DIMrli't of Columbia,
At the cloe of l)mliifi .May I, IKI1,
Loan and dircoimt
Owrrtratte, secured ami iiimecurpd.
t'. S, linnds to cociiro circulation..
l'. S, hondft mi hand
Stiiikc. securltlei, claim, etc
Due from approved rentve agent.
Due (mm other national tmnk. . . ,
llnnklhg'hotipe, furniture and llx-
Current expense nnd tnxd paid..
Premium on u. S. Iloiid
Clieck nnd oilier cah Item
Illll of oilier hank
Prnctlaiiat paper currency, nickel
Specie (gold, $II,1IXI)
I.egnt tender note
Iledenipllnn riinilwltlt U. S. Tren-
ut cr, B per cent, of circulation...
Capital lock paid In
National hank notes oiitMinidlii;,'..
individual deposit uhjcit to
( erf Illed check
Dun to oilier national bank
Due to State bank and banker...
M) I..VX) M
Jihliictnf Columbia, Omnliflf V(tfilnytoii,:
I, W. l.Alltl), .lit., enlucr nt the above-named
bank, do rolcimily swear that the nbme lale
inent I true to tho 1oi-t nf mv knowledge and
liellef. W. LAIltl), Jit., Cathler.
Snlverlhcd and Moru to before me. Oil" Till
day of .May, IMI1, I,. S. FIIEV.
S. THOMAS 1IIIOWN,
l.OOIS I). WINK,
C1IAHL1M M. ilATTHKWS.
'ItF.l'OltT OP T1I13 CONDITION
THADK1IS' NATIONAL HANK OK WASH
INGTON, At WahlnRton, In the DMrlct of Columbia,
At Hie close of lmclnes", -May I, lli.
Loan and dUcnunt ,
Oierdrafl. ecuredand unecured,
t'. S. llnnd to ccitre circulation..
Due from approved recrve agent.
Due from other Nntlunal Hank....
Duo from State HanU and banker
llanUln'g-houic, furniture and fix
tures Current expense and taxes paid..
Premium on U. S. Honda
Check and other cah item
Kxiiuiiige for (.tearing lioue
Hill ot other hank
I'liictional paper currency, nickels
and cut f ,
itcdeiuplkui fund with l'. S. Treas
urer i per cent, of circulation). .
i 17,7 II )
io, in in
Capital tocl pant Hi $-110,(111) 00
Surplu fund 10,00,) 00
fndlvided profit lv'.tl'.l II
National Hank notes outstanding.. 11,00'J 00
individual deposits subject to
check 213,700 CO
Demand cerllllcatc of depo-lt.... B,'J7ll 43
Certified check 3,11!) til
Due toother National Hank- 7,07.1 Ml
Due lo Statu Hank nnd banker.... I,S1 1 (II
llll pajable, deferred payment on
banking hoic a,"i,001 (H)
Total...1. $.V.U,t!)l ;H
Washington, Vltlilcl of Columbia, it :
I, HltKNT 1 HAI.DWIN. cashier of the
above-named hank, do solemnly wcar that the
above statement I true to the beet ot my
knowledge and heller.
HltHNT L. BALDWIN,
Subscribed and sworn to before me till 8th
day of .May, 1WII. SAM. CHOSS.
S. S. HI1KDI),
O. I.'. OltKKN,
II. O. SOIIAI-'KR,
GKO. A. SI1EHAN,
Br-JS'blFIOB OK "THE ColiUSUTOK OF
Taxes, District of Columbia, Washing
ton, April .10, 1811. The attention of tax-pay-ere
I called to the tax levied for the year end
ing Jnnc 30,1811,on real and personal prop
erty. The second halt ot such tnx, where not
previously paid, will become due nnd nayab'eon
the 1st day ot Slay, and if not paid before tho
1st day of June ensuing shall thereupon bo In
arrears and delinquent and a penalty ot U per
centum upon the amonut thereof shall be
added and the same, with other taxes due and
in arrears, shall be listed for advertisement
and sale In tho manner prescribed ovcxistintr
law. Ilyorfcr ot the Commissioner of tho
District of Columbia. Attcst-K. U. DAVIS,
Collector ot Taxes, I). C,
tSr-FKET HEUEVED. DI. WHITE,
1410 Pennsylvania avenue, opposlto Wlllard'a
Hotel. Thousands from far and near visit Dr.
White's establishment for relict from and avoid
ance ot corns, bunions, diseased nails and all
other foot troubles. Hours, 8 a. m. to (i p. m.
Bundaye, 9 to 12. Office fee finer visit for put
ting the feet in good order. Established lftil.
J. WILLIAM LEE
(Successor to nenry Leo's SONS),
832 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE N. W.,
Branch Office, 498 Maryland avo. t. vf
603 D street northwest,
Washington, V. O.
Webster Law Building.
Residence. 1701 Q street northwest.
WANTED-A PLUN COOK ANDASSIST
with washing and ironing; references re
quired. Inquire at 1731 Conn, live.
WANTED-GOOD GIHL FOH UENEUAL
housework In family of 2; must, stay at
nights. Apply with references at 11 O st. n, e.
WANTED WIIITK COOK, AND TO As
sist with washing; refcrenco required.
Apply at 1310 Slas. ave. n. w.
W ANTKDSALES-LADII'.S IN A DltY
and fancy good store; references. Ad
dress JlEltCIIANT, this olllce.
WAKTED-TWO OIItLS TO LKAltX
dressmaking; none but those kuovvlng
how to sew need apply to 214 ilth st. . a.
WANTED-A GOOD SKYEIt: TfTtTST
know how to tuck nnd runic. Address H.
SACKEHSIAN. 311) 4ia St. 8. W.
WANTED-AT ONCK-YOUNO LADY
of good uddrcs", good, fluent talker, to
work In olllce and do outside work. Address
FLVENT, thl olllce.
WANTED-AT ONCE-A COLOltED
woman to go in the country 13 miles to
conk, wash and iron, Address COOK, this
AT ONCE-A YOUNG COL'D
YV boy to go in country; ono who under.
iry; ono who miner
stands care of horses,
YV (iilsb or Catholic m vf cried), good cook;
rrierence icquircu. .vumess u. i iiui.il, mis
i nd s and assistants on skirts mil waists.
1120 17th st.
"WANTED- TWO" WOMEN AS CATEIt
YYert; havo uso ot kitchen and laundry
room: must bo llrst-class and good pi tin cooks.
Apply at once, 1700 F st.
W AN'iT.D-COI.OHED (ilHL; ONE WHO
can conk, wnsh and Iron and stay nights.
Apply nt 1202 K st. n. w.
WANTED-A FILE t'i.EItK; J3 A iTEEK.
Address SMITH, Attorney, this olllce;
give experience, minlllicutlons, cl(
-A HOUSE AND CAItltlAGB
aiutcr. Apply at THE BHLVEDEHU.
0113 HELIAHLE OKA YON
iiortralt solicitors: can mnko SI to f.Sn
day by working for me. Apply morning nt
room 17, Central Building, Dtli it. and l'.i. iiyo.
WANTED-HECltnTSFOIJ THE WASH
ington Continentals (.imlepcndouti; uni
form and equipment free; good men over 25
years, Apply at armory, cur. 1st and C sw. u,
, every I uesday evening.
ANTEH-A WHITE (SIKIi ABOUT 15
' VV venrsotace to make herself useful and
cars of age
attend to children; must stay nt night; good
home to good girl. 'J25 E st. s. w.
run-s hoys to leakn phint-
ANTED-HHI.P -BltlOIIT SIAN OF
eood addicts, a iroiid talker who has
bail couio experience in veiling goods (drugs
tin f erred) to cull ou retail trade and belli nt
I exhibit; S'Ji'pr duv to right party. Addrcus
I JtKDICAL, tills oBIte.
plure to work
Inmie. Adilre IW
YUAKTKII-HY A 1IKLIAIIMS COf.OltRII
Yt woman, wmIiIiik to no at homo, day'
mirk and plain tewing
Call or rt(lrei ITfld K
H. II. w
IIY A KKKPNCTAWitS WIIITR
imnti nlth one child, a Munition laa
mniill family. Call or nddre -1311 itldife t.
WANTKD-UV !l CO.Ml'RTK.NT WO.MHN,
place In laundry or kitchen: nlo by a
while Kill, a place a chambermaid,
Miuntry. Adiire imi k t. it. w.
WANTKD -US' A HKSPl:CTAIll,tSO(t,'D
boy, a place to make lilimelt norul alter
.cliool hour. Apply at tib'in 10th t, n. w.
W"' ANTHD-siflTATION IN A f'lMVATIC
family n lioue-lieli or In a hotel a lioll
boy, by a vonnif colored innii from Wct Indln
Irliiud; rpeakr Snanlah and LiikIUIi thieuth.
Addre.IOSi:i'll II. IIHIOIIT, this olllce.
WANTKD-A SITUATION AH WATOil
man! can furnish excellent reference.
AddrrM.I. II. UONKI.IN, lj:)0t. . w.
WAN'f'KD-ilY a" VoV.NlV .MAN, A
polllon 111 an olllce; ran no IIoiiiIiirIoii
type-writer or take charge ot a et of hook.
Addre T. II., tldi onicc.
ATANTi:i)-IIY AItKUISTKt(i:i) NtIltSI5,
V V n Munition to watt on invalid or will tako
entiro charge ot an Infant; ) years' experi
ence; no objection to leaving the city. Addro-s
Jir. Ii. iAY, thl olllce.
WANTKD-1IY A YOUNO MAN WHO
write a good hand, a position In eome
olllce. MID it. n. e.
VV ' if.'c, who writes a good hand, n pol
t ion in More or otiice; goon reicrcnce.
drers A. 0 till olllce.
ANTKD-llYA 8MA11T YOUNO .MAN.
a idaco a driver or to work in a More and
make lilmecll generally itBctuI. Apply at lSOO
A7'ANTi:i) -U'Oltlv AS HOOKKKKI'I'.lt,
mure lime: aecuraev l'U
envelopes to till out
accuracy guaranteed. Addre-
KXl'KItlMNC'KD ObKKIii:i'KII, till olllde.
W'antkd-hy'a voitnh"man of is,
while, n situation a driver of n delhery
vtaeon of rame kind. Addrcs SI. 1). I'., CIS
V porter n
ANTKD-A 1M.A015 IN A STOltlC AS
or tu work on a farm. Addre
,Y, this olllce.
rANTED-HY A COMl'LTKNT
VV girl, a situation as llrst-class cl
maid, Apply nt (I'll E t. n. w.
WANTF.D-HY A ItKSl'KeTAHbK AND
Intelligent light colored girl, n situation
as chambermaid and waitress or a nurse and
to do light housework; rcliablo and obliging;
must go home ot night. Please call or ad
ilrcss S. S. COOK, 1.VK 3d t. n. W.
W" ANTED-!)' A IlKSI'EUTAllhB COL'D
man, a situation to go away from city;
thoroughly understands horses and house
work; best of reference. Apply In rear of 1123
21 st st. n. w. W. K. .JOHNSON.
WANTED-SITUAT10N AS UAKl'ET UH
holstcrcr or would do carpet laying nt
private lionses; Job or day work. 11. WELLES,
OlSlitli t. n.w.
WANTKD-HY YOl'NO S1AN, A S1TUA
tlonj willing to accept any kind of work;
can give good city references; good penman.
Address or call iixk tun st. , w.
tT-TANTED-A TYl'EWltlTEU OWNINO
YY a machine desire employment after 2 p.
ii l'jsn niiiiit, it. w. cor.au ana
avo. it. c.
YOUNO SI AN, A POSI-
VV Hon a clerk In sonic olllce; beet of refer
Address SI., till olllce.
BY A KEI) MAN, A p'f.AUK
VV to do any kind ot work.
YV maid and waitress; city references.
Sladison st. n. w.
WANTED-A SITUATION AS NUItSK;
capable of taking entire chargo of Infant;
no oblcitiou to traveling,
YOUNO SIAN OF 22.
T t wo i it
of nny kind; can furnish refer
Address A. B. C, this olllce.
'ED-HY A YOUNO SIAN.A Posi
tion ot nny kind; can give first-class ref
erences. Address 1002 utn s t. s. w.
Wil i .; u I ji.i r.jiiu..i.ii iiaii i ,
situation to spot nnd mount photograph
BY EXPEHIENUED LM)Y, A
ot nnd mount photographs;
Address K. SI., 'J28 4th
si. n. c,
ANTKD-A SITUATION BY SKILLED
YY engineer; best reference. Address No. 1,
WANTED-BY A liESPKCTAIlIiH COL'D
woman, work out by tho day or sowing
and washing to do at home. Cull or address
1750 K st. n, w.
ITTANTHD A PLACE AS
V butler; can givo best of reference
at 1703 10th st.
" aTANTKD-HY A GENTLEMAN AND HIS
YV daughter, both In Departmental service.
Die caro of a furnished house whose owner will
be absent during the summer. Address DON
('. CASIEHON, Ccrtltlcnte Division, Pension
-ITTANTHD - WHITE.
WASHING TO DO
in all It branches; orders by postal at
tended to promptly. Apply to CIIAHI.Km
WltlHHT, 10213d MJUW.
WANTJJD-A llOUdBOFSOHO ItOOSIS
at a rent not exceeding $10 per month.
Address WSI. HOLLAND, MSIyrtlc 8t. u, c.
aTANTED-UT A LADY OF CULTIVA
W Hen nnil rcflneinoot, tho caro of a fur
nished house, whose owner will bo absent dur
ing the summer; special caro of premises; no
children. Address Sir. Jl. A. L.. thlsofllce.
ANTED A FEW TABLE BOAUDEItS
at once. Apply Kilo 14th st. n. w.
WANTED-AT ONCE-A HSIALI, liOOSt,
with gag, to manufacture a Btnall urtlclc;
no objection to back room, must be cheap;
state price. L. 11. W., 818 14th a
IOH IIENT-PLEASANT ItOOSIS, M'El.L
furnished, with good Hoard, at summer
rate. Sir. A. C. (,'AMl'HELL,
FOH KENT-1813 F ST-DOl'BLK PA It
lors. furnished; summer, t-13; wlnt:r, J.I0;
large fine rooms, furnished; quirt as tho coun
ITlOlt KENT PAliT OF HOUSE TO S-MALL
; family or otherwise; furnished or
unfurnished; convenient to all p.-uts ot
the city; near threo lines ot cars. 222 Stb
et. n. w.
17U)K KENT - NICELY FUHN1SIIED
rooms, with board, heat, gas, and bath;
lerma very reasonable, lswni st. n. w.
TnOK IIKNT-TWO UNFURNISHED SEC
ij olid-story front rooms: tonthcrn exposure;
butbf rent low; board It 'desired; private fam
ily. 2145 H st. n. w.
T710H SALE-KLEOTHIC UELL OUTFIT.
I) 2.50. J. 31. PATTEItSON, J 11., & CO., 401
lib tt. n. w.
I'iioTt SALE-EDDY ELECTHIO SlOTOIt
1 and fan. J. St. PATTEItSON, Jit., JB CO.,
4U1 7th st. li. w.
FOlt SALE-DH. PEI'PEIt'S COSIPLBTE
system of medical works, In pood condi
tion, with other medical works. Call and ex
amine, at WW N. Y. ave. u. w.
AND FANS, EDDY
motor, bells, burglar
IU automatic electric
alarms and gas-llgliting nt cut price. J.-M.
PATTEItSON, Jn A: CO.,l(llJtli st. u. w.
mO Al'TOOHArilij" HUNTEItS-TlVO
wrlttmln 1811 aud 1818
very important iciicrs or nenry viy
Address W. S. F.
YY women. Ixivn nr tills. Snlcndld nrollts
No intcifctcnco with legular employments.
Send stamp tor particulars. Address AMERI
CAN SlEDHTNi: COMPANY, Nashville, Teuii.
WNEIIS OF HKAL ESTATE NE.Mt PA.
ave. nnd 14th st. cable lines vvantlmr earth
lilTlng arc requested to address CONTHACTOlt,
cor. 14th aiMC sts. n.w.
-VOV; IS THE TIME. WE WILU PAY
Jt "big money" for gents' llrst-class second-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'S OLD STAND. (119 D St. n. w.
IMONKY TO LO.VNj
TV.roNBY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE OH
111. flrst-class securities at lowest rates ot
Interest. No delay where security 1 good.
O. U. OHEEN,
803 7th tt n w.
IN ALL SUSIS,
TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE SEUUKITY,
AT 5 AND 0 I'KU CENT.
It. M. PAHKEH,
1418 V st.
MONEY TO LOAN
In Sums to Salt.
Os Approved Heal Estate Security.
1). U. WAHNEIt CO..
via y tt n w.
I AYINO ASI'UALT AND OHAMI'I
I j lliork Pavement - l'rnponl for Im no
lug Mreelo and Amnne in theDlur'it or
Coluinlda. t'lilte of Hie cmmlloner I) ' .
Wellington. I). C. Mavtl. 1111 -Honle-l pi..
iioMl will he received at Oil nWe until i;
ii'rlni k niHin on BD,NfM)AY. MAY !'. I -"
for improving (re.nt and avenue with u .
gnlleiK. rliliwAlk and roadway pnveio i -lllunk
forma of propoil arid apeelAci'l -can
lie obtained at ml utllee upon afmll' i I !
Iheirfor, tnjjclher with all nei-eMiiry lnfm-i'i
Hon, anil only bid upon thcim form will i
roiildere.l. The right I reerrotl to if I' i
any and all bid or pari nf hid. .1 W.
IIOUOLAHH, .1. W. IrORS, W.M. T. It0h! I.
ailing, Commllohcr I). C.
IHCKI.I.ANKof'S MI'IM'liTKJI.-f'rt't.itM .
Department Wiodiluulon. D. (.'., Aim
13. 1WII.- Sealed proposal will
be receive I it
hi Department until SATHIDAY. I Hi;
KITH DAY 01' MAY, Mil, at 1 o'clock i, ,,
nt Which time and place they will he op.- o-d m
tnepieence of hidden or their antli n I
agent or allnrnej, for, doing the nee u
palming In the Departiiii'lil; fur winding iot
keeping the clock In repair and for fnrm-li
IngfiKh coal, wood. Ice, carpel, elmlt-. r.n
lon cloth i for mail mounting), oap. i lo- t
miitrhe. iluiter. whisk nnd
broom. dck and wnte-naper baket- itid
foraire an uiai tie
oiileieil during the I)
year beginning .inly 1, tsul, nnd ondlug .t'i
flu, 1KU. Hid are nlu Invited forth'! pun 'in--of
Hie vthi-te paper from the l'oMnulee Dcu.nl
incut, Sloncy Order llulldlng and the ii w
building uppo'lle tho Department, and for
warning towel. Illank for propoal. vilili
ppccllicntloii giving detailed Mdtemrnt ol the
requirement to be met In respect to e o Ii
arllcle and alro the ctlmnted iiiantltle- prob
ably to be required ot each, and giving fill1
luMrnrtlnn a to the manner ot bidding and
condition to be observed by bidder, will lie
runildieil on application to theSllpcrlnterident
and Dilmrlng Clerk, I'otnlllco Department,
Washington, 1). C. Thel'oMniastcr-deneral re
serve the right to reject any or an Din, in
wnlie technical defect and to accept any put
or any mil ami reject mo ciiuer part. -WIHTI'lUli!),
DIH'AIITMLNT OF AOItlCULTL'lIC,
Washington, I). V , May 1, lHOI.-Sealut
proposal win be received by tills Department,
until .MAY sii, IWil, nt IS m., for furnishing'
supplle for the llscal ear beginning July 1,
INil. nnd ending June 30, S!r, us follow: sta
tionery, lumber, paint, oil, etc., ice, llower
poll-, miscellaneous supplle, fuel and for tho
jiuichoeut wate piuier. Hid for stationery
opened at 2 p. in., other bid at 12 noon. Thu
Department reserves the right to reject any nr
all bids and to waive any defect In same. Mil,
must be made 1 1 duplicate on blank furnished
bv Ihe Department. For Information ami
blank apply to the Disbursing Olllce. EDWIN
WILIil'l S, Acllii!.' Secretary.
TJllOPOSALS FOH CONVKUTINO PAINT
1 Shop. Building No. Hi, nt Nuvy-Varil.W ash
higlon, 1). C , into two Oflleci' (Jtinrteis.
Bureau of Yards and Dock, Navy Depart
nicnt, Washington, I). ('., April 22, 1KH.
Senlcd proposals. In duplicate, indorsed "Pro
posals for Olllccrs' Onartcrs nt Washington,''
will be received nt tills Bureau until 1 o'clock:
p.m.. on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1"JI. unit
publicly opened Immediately thereafter.
Specifications and blank form nf proposal
will be forwarded upon application to this
Bureau nr to tho Commandant of the Navy
Yurd, Wnshlnglnn, 1). C. Bidders nic ex
pelled totally inform thcmselvcsof the char
acter of the work required by visiting tho
Yard or Bureau, where plan may be exam
Inert. Itcponlblc security will be required
for the faithful performance of the con-raci,
and the right I reserved to -reject any or nil
proposal not deemed advantageous to tlio
(loveiumcnt, and to walvo defects. A bond
for the sum ot two thousand dollar i$j,txni)
must accompany bids for the work. N. II.
FAlKjUHAlf, Chief ot Bureau.
VThoI'OSAI.S Foil STATIONEItY.-U'AIt
.1 Department, Washington, D.O., April 12,
1H!)1. Sealed proposals, In duplicate, will lie
received at till olllce until 1 o'clock p.m.
F1IIDAY, StAY IS, 1S01, for furnishing station
cry for the War Department nnd it bureau In
Washington, during the flcal year ending
June 30, 14)2. Illank forni90t nroposal. show
ing the items nnd estimated quantities re
quired, will be furnished on application to thin
olllce. Bldswill bo considered on each Hem
separately. Propo-als must be Indorsed on
the outside ot the envelope, "Proposals fur
Stationery," nnd addresed to SI. It. THOHI',
Supply Dlvlslom apHi,l.17.18,ma7.8
lOR ItKNT lnjJISKS.
bit) 11th st. n. w 10 rs. and 2 largo balls
1228 SI st. n. w., 15 rs
1417 Maes, ave., II rs ,
8111 14th st. n. w.. 11 rs
310 E. Cap. tt., 28 rs
(117 ISt it st. n. w.,9 rB
1308 11 et. n, w., 12 rs
1518 Conn, ave., 11 rs
1312 Conn, ave., 1(1 rs
17(15 I st. n. xr., 11 rs
1)10 New Y'ork ave. n. w., 12rs
1151 Nst. n. w 10 rs
110211th st. n.w., 11 rs
1702 Corcoran st. n, w., 11 rs
17(H Corcoran st. n.w., 11 rs
018 New York nvc. n. w., 17 1 g
3017 O st. n. xr., 12 rs
SOU K St. n. w 13 rs
1711 Do Sales st. n. w., !) rs
1402 Chaptnst.,11 rs
1517 O st. ii. w., 11 rs
250(1 1 lib st. n. w, 0 rs
2010 II lllycr Place n. w 0 rs
1 ISO N st. n. w., !) rs
1114 14th st. li. w., 3 rs., flat
1 101 Stouchton st., u rs
12:11 N st. n. w.,7rs
K 11 t. n. w.. I) rs
1701 SI f t, n. w., 7 rs
llOTStoiightnn st. n.w., (' rs
ll07ChanInst. n. w.. !)rs
1230 12th st. n. w.. 8rs
, $250 (X)
, 125 (Kl
, 87 50
, 83 3-1
, 75 HO
. 75 00
, Ml 00
61 1 00
, 50 no
, fit. 00
, 50 OO
l'JOl) 7th si. n. xr.. ut. and dwg as oo
16S0 sath st. n. yr 1 rs 35 00
1700 Y St. n. w.. str. and warcrooms 35 (X)
(01 25th st. n. xr., tirs 25 00
HKIN. II. ave. n. w., tirs 50 ot)
125 1st et. . w.,7rs 2) 00
213.1 list. n.w.. Brs W
72017tn st. ii. w., flat, -Ire 20 oo
228 1st st. s, w U rs, 15,00
2103 7th et. n. w., store'and 2 rs 15 oo
KfiOSOth'st. n. wl! rs II 00
The above houses can be examined by per
mit from our office only.
THOMAS J. FIBHEK & CO.,
132-1 F ft n. vv.
FOlt SAT.K AN jD KENT.
TEAL ESTATE BULLETIN.
TIIOSIAS E. WAQOAMAN, 017 F eUect.
Changes made cdncsdays and Satnrdays.
3-STOHY BItICK AND FKAJIE HOUSES
1013 10th st b. h m. i 10 re Jls.OOO
2720 St St., b. b., 1 1 rs 10,'HK)
i3i!fiiisi., r. ii,(ir.anu 4 nouses rear, hycki
.1)7 (l st.. ti. b.. in. I.. 10 rs
1421 Bound! ry, f. h., m. I., 8r
HOfithft., b. li-. ni. I8 is
sail, 2213 7th st., li. h., water, 0 rs...
1132 211th st.. b. It., ft re
Alley bet. 2tet and 22d, SI and N sts., b.
2-STORY BHICK AND FKAME HOUSES
2211 to 2213 10th st, li h, I aud 6 ra $iV NI
1717 Pa nv v, t h, (i rs ai.trw
2210 to 2231 Boundary si., bh,4rs, all.. . IH.'.hkl
'.Wlto 2012 Boundary st.. b ii. I r. all... . 15,700
Ull to (ill N II nvc and 4 bouse on F tt. . 1 UNO
1232 I st, f li, 5 is
3828 to 3331 Pst , b h, 5 ra
JHW to 115U 2:id st. fli, 4 r
338 to 31 1 .lackon Hall alley, b b, 4 rs
UNLMI'HOVED PROPKHTY FOH SALE.
Slstst.bet. St and N sts. n.w fl 75
lOtlist., bct.StnndNsts 1 75
Florida ave. and N. Cap. st 1 75
Boundary st. bet. N. Cap. and 1st sts 1 75
14th st., bet. Clifton and Hnaunke sts. nw. 1 50
list., bet 25th and 2iith sts. n. w, 1 40
Kith tt., bet. E and F 1 25
Dumbarton ave. and Bcall St. bet. 30th ana
31st sts 125
Lanier lit Ights, cor. Columbia Hosd and
AibimSlill Hold 100
Washington Heights, 18th st. extended.. n)
HOUSES FOH KENT.
1217 Nst. ii. w fur., 11 r $.'5it K)
nwir l , ij is., inr., uso ot uorscann
3052 P nil w. fur, 13 rs
1i111MTiM.il. w.. 10 rs
721 Mil st. n. vv., 15 r
Ih21 to IVJ.) Corcoran st. n. w., i) rs
132.1Vt. ave. n. w.,8rs
l,'i!ii Ft. n. vv., 11 rs
307 Sllssotlit ave. n. vv., It! rs
1510 Pst. u. w., fur.. U rs
Or unfuriilsheii ,
('.22 0 t. n. . 8 r
1121 Florida ave. n. w., 8 re
2 I 3(1
1 MR IStb st. n. w., ti rs
1881 lath st. n. w.,(irs
lH8ni2lhst.il. w., lir
bt)N, II. are. n.w., U rs
5 li st ll. vv., t rs
Via Sd st.. 5 r
3CU P st. n. vv., (i rs
In turns to snlt at 0 per cent.
HEAL JCBTATB 1NYUST.MENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds. Six per coin., payablo
quarterly. In sums ot f 1,000. Small premium
Tho above is only a portion of the property
on my books. For full list eall at office tor
bulletin Issued on the 1st aud 15th.
T. K. WAOOASIAN,
l.OST ANI 1JOUN1).
UIJ21ST ST. TLH.iriM'OLOHi:!)
I J Pug Dog
no col nr: answer lo name nt
Iteward if letuiued to above address,
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