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THE WASHINGTON CRITIC, THURSDAY EVENING, MAXCTT 0, 1SU0.
HE WRONGED TEN GlltLS
AND NARROWLY ESCAPED LYNCH
ING BY THE CITIZENS.
A Scion or Ono or tho First Fnmlllon r
rittMnirn Commit it Series or IJls
grnccfiil Actslie Departs Sud
denly In n Iloiit.
Pirrsnimo, March 0. A. young "inn
nbout 23 yenro of nco, who Is closely
allied to somo of tho first fnmlllos of
this city, has for somo tlmo past hcun
employed ns a clerk nt Mlllvnlc. Flo Is
educated nnd mingled -with tho best
society of the borough. Ho was a great
fiworito with tho fnlr sex, and cspc
cinlly tho younger clement.
His employment mado It uocessiry
for lilin to bo where ho could bo found
nt any tlmo during tho night, nnd hu
was therefore compelled to sleep In tho
irnr of tho storo whero hu was em
ployed. An Investigation rovealed tho
fnct that tho confidence of at least ten
girls was abused by him. As soon as
thopnicnts learned of this stnto of af
fairs n fuither investigation was Insti
tuted, it is said, with tho result of oven
moro startling dltcovories.
A rope nrid nooso were secured, and
n lareo crowd of citizens repaired to tho
storo late last night for tho purposo of
hanging tho clerk. They sworo von
ccancc, and would have mado short
work of the young man had ho not got
wind of their intention nnd a fow mo
ments boforo tho mob's arrival made
good his cscapo bv taking a skiff and
rowing to this slclo of tho river. The
brothers of ono of tho wronged girls
mc said to have led tho lynching party.
Till: SENATE'S SEU11IST SESSION.
They Discuss the Newspaper lion
Mr. Onto Unstinted.
In the Scnntoycsterday afternoon Son
ator Faulkner (by request) Introduced
a bill for the relief of certain property
owners In thcl)istriet. Uefcrrcd to the
Bills for tho relief of Margaret S.
Worth, dependent daughter of Major
General William .1. "Worth of Mexican
war fame, nnd for the relief of Emily
F. "Warren, widow of Major-General G.
JC. "Warren, were briefly discussed and
went over, retaining their places on the
Senator Barbour addicsscd the Senate
In favor of tho Blair Educational bill.
Ho thought tho country at largo should
help tho South to bear tho burden of
negro illiteracy. Senator Plumb spoke
in opposition to tho hill. Both with
held their remarks from tho Record for
- Tho Senate then wont Into cxeculfvo
session and. held a secret discussion ot
the 1 ('solution of Senator Dolph for the
incajcerntion for contempt of tho Senate
of the newspaper men who have re
fused to disclose the source of their
executive session nows. Tho debato
turned entirely upon the constitutional
question nt issue, somo of the Senators
holding that the Senate had no right to
impiison the newspaper men for re
fusing to discloso professional secrets.
Senator Dolph quoted Hborally from
the debato on tho imprisonment of White
and Itamsdoll In 1873 for refusing to dis
close tho source whence they obtained
n copy of a treaty with Great Britain,
then under consideration. "White and
Hamsdell were imprisoned for somo
time, and were released rather In defer
ence to public opinion than out of re
spect for their Constitutional rights.
Senator Evarts made a long dry
speech and Senators Edmunds and
George also spoko at somo longth on
the constitutional phase of the question.
It became evident, boforc the Senate
doors had been closed for half an hour,
that the debate could not bo concluded
last evening, and, ono after another,
the Senators slipped away until, when
the Senate adjourned nt 5:52, not more
than a dozen were in their seats. Of
those who spoke to-day, n Senator said
this evening that "no two agreed."
An effort will be mado to bring tho dis
cussion to a closo to-day, but sovcral
constitutional lawyers of eminence are
anxious to bo heard and the whole mat
ter may go over.
In the nouse Mr. Cato was declared
not elected to Congress from tho First
Arkansas district by 147 to 133. Mr.
Pcathcrstone was declared elected and
untitled to the scat by 145 to 105. He
was then sworn in by tho Speaker and
the House adjourned.
Mr. Bnkcr gave notice that ho should,
on Tuesday next, call up tho bill to ad
mit "Wyoming, and Mr. Dorsey cave
notice that ho should call up the bill to
admit Idaho Immediately after the
"Wyoming hill is disposed of.
Tho House adjourned at 5:10.
The President, late yesterday after
noon, sent to tho Senate tho following
Isaac Clements ot Illinois to he pension
agent at Chicago.
William T. ItaraouBcli of Wisconsin to
lie supervisor of census Firs, district, of
Captnlu Norman II. Karqnhar to bo chief
of the IHircau of Yards and Docks, Navy
Department, with tlio relative rank of
"William G. Stluipson ot Maryland to bo
assistant surgeon .Marine-Hospital Service.
Lard vs. Compound Laid.
At tho henring heforo the Agrlcultu
inl Committee of tho House yesterday
Hcpiesentatlve Stewart read the follow
ing letter addressed to himself:
"Your valued favor of February 3 Is be
fore rail, lu reply will say that Mr. Hatch
lias no authority to say that tho Alliance In
Georgia wants such a bill passed as you
peak of. Of course it would ruin tho oil
mill ludustry of tho 8outli and damage us
about forty eight millions annually, it
iould reduce the prico of cotton seed and
ini&otho price of lard, so ns to work great
hnrbsblps to our people. You can rest as
Mircd that Georgia wants uo such measuie
passed. Very truly,
"William I.. Peek,
"President Farmers Alliance Exchange of
Heprchcntatlvo Morgan, in thu (lis
i ussion lhat followed tho rcadlug of
the letli-r, said that It was tho belief of
people in thu Southern States that tho
passage of tho hud hills would take tho
lircnd nnd meat from tho months of a
Urge number of thu Southern people
by ruining the cotton seed oil business
and reducing tho prico nnd profits of
IlilAI. OT H.MtUY DA It II V.
Hie oiiuk Mini Wlin Extruded .Money
Irinii Other Pcmotik' Letters,
II any D. Dai by, the employe of tho
Pohtollluu Department who, itis nllegod,
in April Inst, broke open n letter nnd
took Iheicfiom n $10 bill and threo $20
bills, wns on trial boforo . I uilgo Blng
ham to-day, Darby was leproscnted by
liiS nltoiney, Goueial Cnrrlngton. Thu
' clicumsiaucus connected with this caso
nru familiar to the Wnshlncton pooplo.
jJjPivvlout. to this ofi'euse Darby cu
joyed nn oxccllont reputation and tho
titmoM confidence of his superior olll
ms. Ills domestic iclatious wero
happy, huhad no bad habits mid was
mi ni-ilvu member In one of tho leading
chinches ot Washington.
Tho letter fioni vlil h thu money wns
token wns nddu-ssed to tho Treasurer
ii i ho I nlted States. Inspector Troy
tcMitled to having seen Darby tear
opeu a Idler and remove tho bills, Ho
was In tho act of scaling it up ngntn
when tho inspector walked up to lilm
hud asked what hu was doing, Darby
admitted light tlicro Hint ho had tnken
money from tho envelope and pro
duced tho bills, which hohnnded to tho
Tho admission thnt ho hnd been
guilty of the cilme was also mado In
the presenco of Inspector Smith, whoso
evidenco wns about of tho same Im
port. Mr. "Wnlkcr gnvo evidenco to tho
effect thnt tho letter which came from
tho postmaster nt Hnrpor's Ferry
reached his department minus tho
mnount of money which hnd been ex
Ari'KCTINO scr.Ni: IN COUItT.
Ifurr.v Frnnklnntl Arraigned Tor Ills
Assntilt on Alius Mooro.
There was an affecting sccno In tho
corner of tho Pollco Court room this
morning when Harry Frnnkland, tho
young man who on Sunday mornlnj
Inst shot Miss Lillian Mooro on RUodo
Island nvcnuo, wns brought up from
tho cells. He was, for somo time, in
consultation with his mother and his
counsel, Bclvn Lockwood.
Mrs. Franklnnd repeatedly caressed
her son nnd whispered words of encour
agement In his car, whilo tears trickled
down tho checks of Mrs. Lockwood.
who was sitting near. The accused pre
sented a dejected appcniancennd looked
and ncted ns If his mind might bo nf
fectcd. The plcn will bo made that ho
wns insano when the shooting was done,
and that insanity is hereditary In his
Miss Mooro is recovering rapidly, but
was not in condition, considering tho
inclemoncy of the weather, to appear
in the Pollco Court this morning.
Frankland, however, wns arraigned
and charged with assault with intent to
kill. His counsel waived examination.
Mrs. Lockwood stated to Judgo Miller
that she understood Miss Mooro wns out
of danger and requested that her client
bo admitted to bail.
District Attorney Armes said the
amount might bo $5,000, nnd this Mrs.
Lockwood did not object to.
now m: escaped.
Jnll-llronlior Iltick Tell How
Eluded tho (luitrils.
.1. B. Buck, with several aliases, who
was sentenced to two years' imprison
ment In the Albany penitentiary for the
larceny of Mrs. Potter's diamonds at
tho Arlington, and who, pending trial,
csenped from tho District jail, and was
rearrested in New Orleans, has told how
he got free. At the jail ho was allowed
privileges that others did not enjoy,
lie wns given engravings nnd allowed
a knife nnd file to use in making frames
for them. These he would place ngalnst
tho bars of tho window ostensibly to
adorn his narrow prison home, but, In
fact, to prevent detection while engaged
in cutting through the bars.
Buck's accomplico in crime was
Marion D. Newman, alias G. M. St.
Clair, alias Dallas M. Do Hmthcs, con
victed in tho District Criminal Court In
March, 1889, of obtaining money
from n Baltimoie insuianco company
by faUc prctonscs. Ho was sentenced
to the Albany penitentiary for two and
a-half years, but appealed his case to
tho General Term, nnd, on September
26 last, was released on $1,500 bail.
"When in jnil Buck and Newman wcro
very thick, and he is thought to havo
worked up tho scheme for their escape.
Buck, who is a young man, is very
respectably connected in Virginia.
Previous to cnterimr on his career of
crime ho wns n Pullman car conductor.
IMl'KOVlN'a Till: NAVr.OU IIOAD.
Tho Hast ""IVnulilnctoii .Association
Urges Hint Work lio Continued.
A delegation from the East Washing
ton Association composed of Messers.
M. I. Wcllcr, W. L. White, and W. W.
Hubbcll waited upon Commissioner
Robert to-day to urge the necessity for a
further appropriation for tho improve
ment of tho Naylor road, which, pend
ing the completion of tho Pennsylvania
extension, is the most important
thoroughfnic leading to tho new
Congress last session appropriated
$3,000 for this purpose, the then Com
missioners having considered thnt this
would be sufficient to complete the
work. It turned out, however, to have
been only sufficient to provide for half
of it. This year's appropriation con
tains no item for this purpose, and tho
East Washington Association now ask
that this oversight bo remedied.
Colonel Robert has requested Captain
Rosscll to make an estimate or tho
amount thnt will bo necessary to com
plete tho road, and there is littlu doubt
that tho Commissioners will recommend
placing the necessary amount in this
year's District appropriations.
The delegation also called Commis
sioner Robert's attention to the fact that
the Pennsylvania avenue extension is at
present entirely without lights, anil
nsked that this stnlo of affairs bo reme
died. llooth it4 Itlcliolleit,"
Last night n Baltimore and Potomac
Railway train, in threo sections, cav
iled 800 Washington people to Balti
more to witness Booth's JlMielieu at
tho Holliday Street Theatie. Tho
house was filled to ovei flowing nnd
tho distinguished actor never ap
peared to better advantage than
In his rendition of tho great
part which ho assumed. Tho sub
jcclivo and subtle character of his
genius, the leady adaptability of his
pcrbonal equipment and tho grand
capabilities of his art were marvolously
displayed. t Alodjoska made a very in
tciesting Julie. Tho train was under
the competent supervision of Manager
Hairy Fisk, nnd tho return run va3
made in tho phenomenal time of forty-
Tho next Washington nightforBooth
will bo Friday, when tho tragedlau ap
pears as Shylock. To glvo nddltlonal
.opportunities to Washlngtonians, Booth
will repeat Hamlet at tho Saturday mati
neo, nnd Richelieu on Saturday waning.
Special tiains from the B. & O. depot
nt 12 in. and II p. m. Tickets for sale
at Miller's bookstoio on Fifteenth street.
Opposing the Cable Itoad,
A numerously signed petition fiom
lesidcnts Qf Seventeenth street In op
poiltion to the proposed cable road in that
locality, wns piesentcd to the District
Commisioncrs this afternoon. The
citizens who nro opposed to tho road
will probably be given a hearing bofoio
iho Commissioners to-morrow or next
day, when tho bill oomei back from
the Semite committee.
Another District Emploe liciiioviul.
Upon tho recommendation of Major
Moore, the District Commissioners havo
oidercd that Peter Cleveland, assistant
, nmbulanco driver, bo removed, and that
I John Cross bu appointed to till the vn
Foil 'HIE um.ll'K of jour feet ko to Dr.
i White, tho well-known chiropodist, 1410
Fenpsjlvanln avenue, opposite Wlllard's
' Hotel. The doctor Is well Known, has
been ptaetU'liig In tho city for the last
i twcnl) jcarf, and ho gives Instant relief
without tho blluhtcst pain. All parties
ouTcrlng with their feet do nut fall to visit
lilm ami get lollevcd
"50, 40' or IU;ht Seo"War" Kobert-60-u'a
adYCitiecuient in this paper,
Ileunlons of (Irndnnte of Pennsyl
vania nnil Michigan,
Tho second annual reunion of the
alumni of tho University of Pennsyl
vania was held nt tho Arlington liwt
evening. Tho nfTalr was entirely in
foimnl, but was none tho loss notnblo
nnd agreeable. At n business meeting
held, boforo tho banquet tho following
officers wero chosen for tho ensuing
year: President, Dr. P. C. Williams of
Baltimore; vlco-presldent, Skipworth
"Wllmcr, Baltimore; secretary, H.
Lornni, Washington, D. O.; treasurer,
Dr. "W. V. Marmlon, Washington, I).
C. ; members of tho executive commit
tee, Dr. H. C. Yarrow nnd Dr. Oplc.
Tho members present were: Drs. II.
0. Ynrrow, U. 8. A.; A. F. A. King,
C..W. Itlchardsou, "W. V. Mnrmlon, A.
A. Hocchllng. U. S. N.: "W. W. John
ston, 11. M. O'Rcllley, U. S. A.; "W. M.
Grny, Mr. J. Hubloy Ashton, Mr. Ed
ward Goodfellow.Drs. Raphael Loomis,
II. A, Bobbins, J. C. Simpson, J. It.
Ilnycs, Professor Cyrus Adlor, Drs. J.
C. Bird, J. R. Relloy, C. E. Ilaencr.
M. B. Stocckler, Washington; W. C,
Johnston of Frederick, Arthur Wil
liams of Elkrldgc nnd D. C. Irelnnd
and Mr. Ighjhart of Baltimore. Tho
guests wcro numerous nnd Included,
many of tho most prominent gentlemen
of this city in social, diplomatic and
Another brilliant assembly of llko
nature took place last night nt Wlllsird's
Hotel. It was composed of representa
tives of the University of Michigan, nt
Ann Arbor, an Institution which has
upwards of 2,200 students on its roll.
Prior to tho banquet tho meeting for
the election of officers resulted ns fol
lows: President, Hon. B. M. Cutchcon;
vice-presidents, Hon. C. K". Davis,
Hon. Henry Strong, Rufus II. Thayer
and Hon. Edwin Wlllott; treasurer,
Dunne Fox; secretary, R. S. Wood
ward. It was tho sixth annual assembly of
tho Washington Association of 'tho
Alumni, and tho attendance wns very
large. After tho menu had been dis
cussed tho following toasts and re
sponses wero offered: "Universities
nnd University men, " Hon. 3tl. P. Al
len; "Michigan's Educational System,"
Hon. Edward Wlllcttsj "Co-education
in Michigan University," Mrs. Stowell;
"Michigan University" as a Factor In
the Development of" tho Northwest,"
Scnntor Davis of Minnesota.
THE I'KAST OF I'UKIjr.
A Ilelireir Commemoration of the Ile
livornnco of the Ilnce.
The Hcbrow Feast of Purim began
at sunset last night and will end at sun
set this evening. The feast is com
memorative of tho deliverance of the
Jews from the devices of Ilnman
through Queen Esther. Tho rccur
lcnce of the feast Is nlways an occasion
of rejoicing nnd the intcrchnngc of so
cial courtesies among the Hebrew peo
ple. Alms aie also distributed to tho
To-night a Purim dramatic enter
tainment will be given at Masonic ,
Temple, under the auspices of tho
Young Lndies' nnd Gentlemen's Con
firmnnts' Alumni Association of tho
Eighth Street Synngoguc, for which
elaborate preparations havo been
llnmpored by OIUclalK,
It seems that tho Boatd of Visitors
to tho Washington Asylum and workhouse-do
uot hnvo many moro privi
leges in the way of cxamluing tlioso
institutions than the general public,
judging from a letter-addressed to the
District Commissioners by F. L. Mooro,
a member of tho board, who asks that
each member be furnished by tho Com
missioners with written authority to
examine overy part of tho building
without let or hindrance from any offi
cial, and, If considered necessary, with
out being accompanied by any ofilclal.
I'olo on lllcycles.
An exciting game of polo on caglo
bicycles was contested last night nt the
world's fair given by tho Young Peo
ple's Association of tho Ilamlinc M.'E.
Church between Harry Ward nnd Will
iam F. Robertson. Tho score nt the
end or the game was 5 to 1 In favor of
Mr. Robertson. The feature of tho
game was tho magnificent stops mado
by Mr. Ward.
8alvat!on UI1 will euro any pain to which
man Is heir. Only 25 cents n bottle.
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup positively cures
coughs, colds, sore throat, etc. Only 35
Judge Miller decided this morning
that a lunch counter where no warm
meals were served, nnd where only cof
fee, .sandwiches, pie, etc., were to bo
obtained, could not properly, under tho
law, be considered an eating house. It
wns what Is determined in law a "snack
house." Ho ordered that the caso
against Messrs. Ford & Graham,
charged with running eating houses in
violation of the law, be dismissed.
Ailvlco to Mothero.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup should
alwajs lie used lor children teething. It
eonthes the child, softens tho Linns, allays
all palu,. cures wind colic, and it Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. 23c. a bottle.
Licenses to niairy have boon issued to
Daniel Miller nnd Mary E. Hall, Phila
delphia; John F. Hayco and Magnic R,
Symonds, Washington; Oscar E. Flem
ing nnd Belle S. Edwards, Stafford
County, Va.; William F. Scott and
Mary B. Amodall. Washington; Paxton
C. James nnd Ida C. TorrinKSon,
Whcntlnnd; James Yntos and Ida Kerr,
TS Katuro's effort to oxpol foreign sub
1 stances hum tho bumchlal passages.
Frequently, ibis causes inflammation
nnd the need of nn anodyne No other
expectorant or unodyno is ccpial to
Ayci's Cherry Pectoral. It assists
Nature in ejecting tho mucus, allays
Irritation, induces reposo, and is tho
most popular of all cough cures.
"Of the many preparations beforo tho
publlo for tho euro of robin, coughs,
bronchitis, nnd kindled dlsenses, theio
is none, within tho range of my oxpoii:
mice, ho reliable ns Ayer'n Cherry Pec
toral. For years I was subject to colds,
followed by ten Ible coughs. About f our
j ears ago, when so aflllcted, I was ad
vised to try Aycr'a Cherry Pectoral and
to luy all other remedies nslde. I did
so, and within a weak wns well of my
cold nnd cough. Sineo then I lmo
always kept this prep.tiation in tho
houso, nnd feel comparatively secure."
Mrs. L. Ii. Uiown, Denuiaik, Miss.
"A few years ngo T took n sovero cold
which affoctcil my lungs. I hnd a tov
llblo cough, nnd passed night after
night without sleep. Tho doctors gavo
iiiu uii. I tried Ajer'.s Cherry Pectoral,
which relieved my lungs, Induced slonp,
nnd afforded tho rest necessary for the
recovery of my strength. Hy tho con
tinual use of thu Pectoral, n permanent
rnio was offecled." Horace Fulrbi other,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass,
Bold by all DruyisliU Prlre 1 , u bottle 1, $5.
Inquiry to ho Mmle Into tho Chnrees
Acnlnnl lilm nnd Other Olllcom.
The Nnvy Department has decided
Hint no tctlon shnll bo tnkon In regard
to the chargo by Commander McCalla
ngalnst Ensign Kllno nnd Chief En
filncer Entwislc until nftcr tho report
of tho court of .inquiry In tho case of
Tho Secretary of tho Nnvy hns or
dered a court martial to convene at tho
Mnrc Island Nnvy-Yard, on tho llHh In
stant, for the. trial of Commander Joseph
B. Coughlon on two charges ono of
conduct prejudicial to good order nnd
naval discipline and tho other for viola
tion of the naval lcgulations.
It is stated that Cnplaln John A.
Howell of the Atlantic has reported Ad
miral Walker to tho Nnvy Department.
He complains of his superiors nction,
nnd demands satisfaction through a
court of Inquiry.
It seems thnt for somo reason or
othor the Atlanta had gono out of licr
course and broken up tho sailing for
mation. Without giving the com
mander nny opportunity for explana
tion, he wns publicly degraded boforo
tho whole fleet. Nnvnl otllcers dcclnro
such n proceeding unprecedented and
claim that Captain Howell wns evi
dently not to blame for tho supposed
mismanagement of tho ship, ns shown
by the fnct thnt ho has since been rein
stated in command.
The Nendo Cnso.
Tho argument beforo tho United
Slates Supremo Court in tho Neaglo
habeas corpus caso was concluded
yesterday. Tho case was closed by
Attoinov-Gencrnl Johnson of California
on bolinlf of the State. Tho court-room
wns crowded to overflowing during tho
sovcrnl dnys that the arguments wcro
being made. The decision of the court
is awaited with much interest.
President' Guiupors HI,
PiTTBBUito, March '0. A telegram
announces tho serious illness of Presi
dent Gompcrsof the Ametican Federa
tion of Labor. Ho passed through tho
city on Saturday last for Toledo In ex
cellent health, but fell ill there and
was removed to his homo in New York.'
Diplomat nnd Author.
Mr. Vinccntc Morales, secretary or
the Mexican Legation, has written for a
prominent actress In New York a drama
entitled "A Dlvoicc Case." Thocrltics
say it cannot fail to be a success.
.(tier Seven Hundred Ileullis From
I'uciiiiKinluin Xan York C'lly
in One Woeli.
One-half of nil these sudden deaths
might not have occurred. "When the
fiist cough, the first tightening of the
chest was noticed, ono spoonful of
Perry Davis' Pnin-Klllcrln sweetoncd
hot water, taken internally, nnd the
chest bathed with Paln-Klller exter
nally, would havo checked tho disease
nnd saved tho life. This warning Is
given in time to nil who may be in
danger, but who do not realize it.
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Money loaned In sums to suit.
Escrow deposits received and
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A. T. BRITTON. President,
C. J. HELL. 1st Vtco-Prosldent.
A. A. THOMAS, 2d Vice-President.
PERCY B. METZGER, Sco. and Treas.
C. .1. Bell.
W. S. Thompson,
nenry S. Louchhelm
James G. Payno,
Nath. E. Janney,
Wm. M. Coates.
Martin F. Morris,
Alan U. Reed.
M. M. Parker,
Cbas. C. Duncunson,
Effingham B. Morris,
Joseph A. Janney,
M. W. Beveridge,
Caleb J. Milne,
Crosby S. Noyes,
John . Herrcll,
John S. Jcnks,
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tho company's building, corner 9th and F
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W. B. ROBISON, Seo. B. n. WARNER, Pros.
Charles II. Bailey, George F. Sohafer,
James L. Barbour, Thomas Somervllle,
Gcorgo E. Bartol, John A. Bwope.
Richard W. Clay. J. S. Swormstodt,
Horace 8. Cumralngs, Hattorsloy W. Talbott,
J. J. Darlington, George Trnosdell,
John Joy Edson, 11. II. Warner,
Charles J.Faulkner, A.A.Wilson,
Allien', vox, L. i. wine..
O. O. Greon, S. W. Woodward.
William It. Gurley, Clms. BonJ. Wilkinson,
John B. Larncr, A. S. Worlhlngton.
KJSy-KLECTION OF DIRECTORS-THE
-s? annual election for seven dircotors
for the COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
to servo the ensuing year, will be held at tho
onico uf the company, Room No l. National
Safe Deposit Building. New Yolk avo and 15th
st, on TUESDAY, MARCH 11, proximo, be
tween tho hours of 1 and 2 o'clock p.m.
Books for Iho tiausfer of stook wlllclo-,0
March 8. It. F. BAKER, Seoretary.
J-JOHN B. CLARK JOHN JOHNS. I).
Attorneys-at-Law, 1110 F st., Washington,
Practlco before Committees of Congress,
the Courts and the Executive l)eparments.
KEF-WHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
E? made by one of tho most celebrated
cutters lu AmerloaJ Prices samo as those
thlrd-rato cutters charge. P. T. HALL, 903 F
st 11 w.
KTrTHE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK,
ct' 911 Fat. n. w., Washington, D. C.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
B. II. WARNER, President.
A. T. BRITTON, Vloo-Presldent.
E. S. PARKER, (Mahler.
I 1410 Penna. avo., oppo<e Wllhird'u Hotol,
'i coiiMinus irom lar auu near visit iir. wnuu
for rellor from and avoidance of corns, buu
lous, diseased nails and all othor font
troubles. Hours. 8 a, m. to B p. in.; Sun
days, 3 to 12. Established 1801. Fee. $1.
KSSTLADIESI LADIESI LADIES!
SLf Mrs. McCafTorty Is tho only hat and
bonnetframo manufacturer lu tho olty. Call
and sco her new shapos. Bleaahhig and
pressing, straw and felt hats altored to the
latest styles. Orders promptly attended to
1009 (1 street u. w.
I ItS? "ELECTRICITY.- 1 YEAlts A nl'B
' elaltvln ellilnifnirviins And nitril ii
disease, spinal, ovarian ,uid ute-lne troubles
paralysis, tumors. 6"latlrn, hystcrl i, rheunu
Usm, neuralgia, chorea, eto ll.ilrs removd
Stricture! cut ed. static eleottiilty tlirih
clothing, Dr L, 8 MUUOLbtJN t)l w ' h
Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms,
L. 11. I1HOWN, M. D
23 Weit Jersey St.,
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno 23, 18S9.
This Is to certify that I havo twed for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion ot romcdlci, for lloadache, known as
Drlpgs1 Iteadnoho Troches. The remody
enres moro hcadaohos, especially such as af
fect Nervous Woroon, than anything lam
acquainted with, and It this certificate will
bethornoans of bnnjrlnKlt to the favorablo
attention 'of sufferers from that troublo, I
shall feel that I havo dono them a servloe,
h. H. BltOWN,
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by Mall on Ho
eelpt of Price.
BRIGGS' MEDICINE CO.,
BUZABETn, N. J.
EAL ESTATE OFI1CE
JOHN 11. WJOHT.
1408J O Street Northwest.
Near tho Higgs lloiuo.
HOUSES AND LOTS FOH SALE.
Improved nropcrtyon 14th st ,nearl st. n. wv,
easily converted Into a business prop
3 story and basement Houso onN. Il.ave..
2-story and Basement House, II st. n. c.,S3,000.
8-story and llnsement House, Itlggs St., SG,200.
3 Houses near Kendall Greon, oaoh $1,500.
1 House on 0th ft., near East Capitol, $ 1,000.
Other houses, furnished and unfurnished, for
sale nt low prlcos; Information furn
ished at offlco.
Lots In tho northeast, on E near 7th ami P
near 3d: can be easily sub divided Into
economical building lots; money ad
vanced to hulldor.
Lots on C St., between lltli nnd 12th, 30x70,
Lot on'Iloanoko st., facing south.
Lot on Btanghton st., lacing fouth.
Lot on 20th St., between I, and 11.
Lots on Oregon avcnuo.
Lots on lfllli street.
Lots on 18th street.
Lots on V stroet. mar5,d&S,1m
WANTED ii i:r,i
Aditrtlstmtriti under tht head, four lines or
as, 25 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.
SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE A FEW
good men to sell our goods by sample to
tho wholesale and retail trade. We are tho
largest manufacturers In our line. Liberal
salary paid. Permanent position. Money
ndvancod for wagos. advertising, etc. For
terms address Centennial M'f'g Co . Chicago,
HL felS.w.s&S UOt
WANTED-A COLORED YOUNG MAN
who understands caro ot billiard
room, and roako himself generally useful;
must bo neat clean and bring references.
Address M. P.. Crltlo Ofllco.
WANTED-DETECT1VES-WE WANT A
man In overy locality to act as Private
Detective under our Instructions. Experi
ence not necessary Particulars free. CEN
TRAL DETECTIVE BUREAU, Box 101, To
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
home; references given. Apply 1819 N 11 ay.
WANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework In a small family,
man, wife and boy 8 years old; German pre
ferred; to the right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 1003
O st n w.
4N ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safe, Lightning-rod- or Book Agent, or
ortor. of great savolr falre, for literary
work. Large salary. Wrlto London Hart
foidPub. Co.. N. Y.
WANTED A PLAINLY-FURNISHED
room In tho northeast part ot city
wboro there will bo no objoctlon to light
housekeeping. Address P. P. II., this office.
Adtertlietnents under this head, four lints or
less, 25 cents for one Insei lion; 50 cents for three.
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVER.
WM. FRIEDERICK, Manufacturing
Jeweler, 005 7th st n w.opposlto U. S. Patent
Office; tine clock and watch repairing a
Advertisements under this head, four linn or
uss, zicenitjor one insertions: ou cerus tor mree.
TVTOW IS THE TIME.
WE WILL PAY
Xi "big money" for gents'
ond-band clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'S OLD STAND, C11 D at. n. w.
l'OR KENT KOOMS.
Advertisements under thU head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one insertion: 50 cents for three.
suite or single, at tho Buckingham, 920
15th st n w. overlooking McPhorson Squaro.
ITIOR RENT-TWO rUHNISnED ROOMS,
? suitable for gentlemen. Nu.903Mstnw.
FOH SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
Advertisements under this Read, four lines or
lest,2S cents for one tnsei Hon; 60 cents for thiee.
JJ uage Bonds are offered for sale by
E. It COTTRELL.
No. 1148 N. Y. ave.
ITIOR SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
) stylish Giay Horse, oer 10 bunds high;
fine harness and not much ucd; Landnu
mado by Joyce; nro oflered at reasonable
rates on aceountof owner leaving the city
E. B. COTTUEJJ,, 1118 NY. nve.
70R SAI.E-CHEAP-FINE COUNTER and
1 shelving, now In No. 712 7th stnw: must
bo sold at once. Apply CJ2I stn w.
IOII SALE J75-SPECIAL STAR, 51-INCH,
V silent racliel, 1 nickel, absolutely per
1 feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st a e.
I70H 8ALE-75 SHARES OF THE "JUD
: son J'neumatia Railway Stook." Please
I address A, at this oflloo, and roako a oa-h
l'OIt SALE LOTS.
rroit SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEW 11 EIGHTS
JJ on Tennallytown Road and Womlloy
Lano, opposite Oak View. Electrlo railway
tracks now laid 10 these lots, which have
sidewalks In fiont and gas mains. Prlcos
, - "tfjg 'jJUodiaVe
yearly time gien at 5 per cent, interest.
1321 F st.
BEAI.L. BROWN Js CO.,
I LOST AM) I'OUMI,
I T OST-A SET OF PLANS OF A COTTAGE.
J J Iho tinder will please leave thorn at this
I oftlco and receive thanks from the loser
I IlUSINESS CHANCES.
! f?OR 8ALE-CHEAF-ICK-CHEA.U, COS
I) fectlonety and oyster saloon, 3d st and
N Y avo n w; cheap rent; good locality; call
1 at unco and get u bargain. ". II. WATSON.
T,I RS. RlNES-'-TllB ELSMEItK"-140S II
1tJ i.t 11 w; new plumbing, now furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention to the
table; location ccntinl, near tho Arlington
and Wormle's, fe27-9d
FOH ItENT MISCELLANEOUS.
T7OH RENT-VERY DESIRABLE OFFIOS
' rooms, with steam heat, torrent In tho
Builders' Exchange building, 11J1 O st n w.
Apply on tho premlsos to tha SUPERIN
1 115 l'hlici't. .linilir ol' Wnsliliiglon
filoih l.clHiiige. All luesil slin'lis
mill ki-t'iiilliih li.Hitlil mill sold.
y A jy J S
AaV AWl 1CAJCI sVfh..
ron ur.NT housi:h.
AiittrtUantuU tinittr thin html, faurUntior
Utt, 2S anti for ont initrUon,' U) tmtt for thru.
1701 11 1 nvo n w. 17 rs Z100 CO
1413 Wops live, 17 rs nnd stablo 200 00
1411 K Rt II W. 13 rs 200 00
1022 vt nvo n w. 10 m 200 00
Man ao, nrl8th. 17 rs..
, 175 00
, 175 00
uiii conn (uo, ir, rs
l!28Mstnw, 15 rs
1409 jtnsnvo,15 r
1737 st n w. 11 rs
14C0Oipln stn w, 13 rs..
1742 1 st n w. 12 rs
1C14 21st n w, Ills , 100 03
tC2Kstn w. llrs 75 00
1402 ciiRtiln st n w, 12 rs 75 oo
lC42 21ststnw, lOrs 70 00
1300 Lstn W, 10 rs 70 00
014 12th st nw. 10 rs 00 oo
I5270stnw,iors i. i.ooo
007 M st n w, 10 rs CO00
11711 stnw, 6 rs and storo GO 00
ITMl'stnw, lOrs MO)
Fst, ncar21st,7rs 50 00
1301 21st stnw, 8 rs 5000
40Mst.ltl'S 50 00
ir.19 Corcoran stn w, 9rs 48 50
1538 Pierce l'lace, 0 r 40 00
2032G stn W, 10 rs 40 00
43IN.TnvOB e, 10 rs 40 00
HlOStoticntonst.S rs 3100
000(jstn w,2rs 3131
142!) B stnw, Or 30 00
135-141 stsw, Ors 1800
1027U0thstn w.Ors II 00
135Astno,0 rs 10 00
Tho above bonses can bo examined by por
mlt from our office only,
THOMAS J. FISnEH CO.,
1321 Fit. n. w.
22dandl'a nvc, 2lrs S125 00
1737 Nst, 12rs 116 07
1)15 E st n w, lrs 100 00
C14 17th st n W, lOrs 100 08
1V21-U3 N st n w, lurs Ill U7
208 1st at n c. 17 r 85 00
1135 Sth stn w. 15rs 81 31
2101st stno.lTrs 80 00
1011 N H nvo, 101'S 70 50
138 II st n o, Urs 75 00
221 3d stnw, lOrs 03 60
1003 I' st n w, 14rs CO 00
131Mdnvane. llrs CO 00
1708 V st n w, 12rs 55 05
lt3NHavonw, Ors WOO
4223d stn w, Ors 50 00
101222dstnw, Ors 50 00
l'.02Fiiw,10rs 50 00
13EBtn w, llrs 50 00
1G25 Corcoran st, Ors 48 50
1215 Gnw, llrs 45 50
G21 P st U W, lOrs 40 00
1035 15th St 11 W, 8rs 43 00
14033lststnw, lOrs 45 oo
S327P8t.l2rs 40 00
210 Cst n w, 13rs.... 30 00
3230 stnw,7rs 35 40
131722dstllW,8rs 33 00
318Bstne,8rs 30 45
1930 14th stnw, 7 rs 'S 00
IWSlOthst nw, 8is 2701
03Tstnw.8rs 27 80
431 Q st n w. Ors
414 1st stn w. Ors...
20407th st, Ors
2820N stn W, 8rs....
24221 M stn w, 7rs..
1208 II st no7rs
1108 loth stn w. Cri
112.1 N J avo.7rs ....
1720 10th st n w, 8rs,.
13-12 W nt, to
121529th n w,8rs...
Hyattavlllo, Urs 10 00
1431 M st n w. 4rs
301 Qn w,8rs
411 Vunvc so, Crs
233 Mass nvo n c. Ors
2235 Cleveland, 6rs
2211 Cleveland avo.Crs nvo. .
Si stn w, 4rs
Tcmpoi unce nvo n w, Srs...,
1120 5th stne.Grs
21111 Pat. Ors ,
413 Franklin st, Era
03 FeDton plnco n o, 5rs....
4 Columbia ave n w. 4rs...
021 Goidonavo n 0, lis
1722 McKccvcr's alloy, 4rs.
12 Snow's alloy n w, 4 rs . . .
2512 15th st, 4 rs
1309 3d s w,-lrs
1 Hrnnscy alloy
1913 Temperance ave, 4is. .
912 2lRt stnw
B. II. WARNEIl & CO,, 'J1U V St n W.
1017 15th stnw. 12 rs. fur $150 oo
1202 N stn w, 12 rs, fur 150 00
1004 H stn w, lOrs, fur 100 00
3327 N st n W, 13 rs CO 00
732 21st stnw, 14 rs 45 00
814 1st st n w, 10 rs 40 00
511 Spruce st 40 00
ISOITBtn w. 8 rs -10 00
1013 T stn w.Ors 30 50
710 9111 stne.Ors 25 00
1819 8th stnw, 5 rs and stable 13 50
OHAB. E. BANES,
With John r. Waggaman,
N. w. cor, 1 Ith and G sts. n. w.
I7OIt RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX
J room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near ohurches and publlo school in
Unlontown. Inquire of A. BEHREND, 433 II
ron BALK HOUSES,
Advertisements under this head, four Wi'sor
lets, 25 cents for one insertion; 60 cents for three.
BEAUTIFUL CORNER RESIDENCE.
I1ANDSOMKST AND MOST CENTRAL
SECTION OF NORTHWEST WASHINGTON.
Will sell at
REDUCED FIGURE ON EASY TERMS.
The owner of this beautiful corner prop
erty of 15 or 10 rooms, which has been hold
at $32,000, Is desirons of leavlug Washington
at an early date and will make a material
rebate from the actual valua of samo to
prompt purchnsor. Por permit to Inspect,
etc., apply to J. 11. WIMER, 111.1 F st.
I?OU SALE FINE RESIDENCE, CHEAP
. The owner of tho llnely-bullt end Hand
some 10 room Stone und Bilck House,
1103 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE.,
has determined to sell at a figure which will
make It a bargain as an investment or an in
ducement to anyone seeking an attractive
homo on a faioiito aveuuo
fe2H,2w,d&S J. B. WIMER, 1313 F st.
170RSALEN EXCELLENT DOUBLE
L brick corner dwelling, situated lu tbo
best part of tho n w section; handsomely fin
ished; with nil modern fittings and Improve
ments. Owing to circumstances- calling the
owner to a distant city this property Is ot
tered at a, low pilco, nnd is unquestionably
the best purchusu now attainable In that sec
tion; prko $18,001. II II. ROBERTSON, 1515
TPOR-SALIVA BA110aTnI1' SOLD AT
IT once; 2 stniy and basement bi ick house;
7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated nt
No. 438 1st n w; price $1,300; terms ono third
cash, balauco 1, 2 and J years. Apnlv
to FRANCIS I1UFTY. 1301 F st n W. fe J7-gQ
TORSALE-ONNST, BETWEEN ITH AND
l1 Mb sts 11 w, 0 rooms, bath and cellar;
C st n e, between North Capitol and
Delaware avenue; beautiful 2-story and biso
meiif, a most dojlrable property; $5,000.
D st s e. between 1st and 2d sts, 3-etory and
basement; a rare chanco to secure a pretty
RUST & IIUNGERl'OHD, 021 1 Ith St.
CONN AVE, A LARGE,
sunnv house, contatnluz
nil mod Irnn. In il fftshlnmildn nnd itttiwntiva
I neighborhood. U II. ROBERTSON. .515 Jlst.
TnOH HALE-A VERY FINE DOUBLE COR
1' per houso In the n w, with over 3,000 feet
otgiound; price $15,000
join 11 stn w
IJMlt SALE-IN ALEXANDRIA, 0 ROOM
; frame houso, Just finishing; hydrant lu
urd; lot 16x115; nug home; prloo, $S0J. Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
17011 SALE-FRAME HOUSE CCH5 IN 25
I1 foot alley, bet 9th and 10th nnd G and H
sts a w; 7 rooms; hall on both lloors; closets
fronting tho Potoroao; 15 per cent Invest
ment; tot 311 feot front hyC.'i deep, 49 toot
fiomttthst. Apply within,
TTOR saletiireT OF THE CHEAPEST
I' houses In Washington, 100, 103 and 110
11th st n 11; two-story nnd basemont, brown
stone tilmmlngi; 7 rooms and bath; electrlo
bolls nud gas; price, $1,500 eacb, $500 cash
bahuien toeult or trade for gooiNots
170R SAI.E-OR RENT- BEAUTIFUL COR
I: ner houso; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered! 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth 85,
too. Will sell at a sacrifice or rout low.
OWNER. Room :'0. 810 F st n w.
E. KU1ITZ JoiINMJN
A. L. Johnson.
OFFICES-l'JOJFst. II. W., 1515 7tll St. n. W., .
1112 9th st n, w 3d and K sts. n. w, 1710 I
Pa. ave. 11. w. and 101 M st. 11. 0.
DEAT ERS IN COAL. COKE AND WO )D.
WASHINGTON, I). (.
MAIN OFFICE-1202 Fst n w
Ofllco, Wharves and Railroad Yards Foot o
12th st h w.
Solo Agents for sale of Washington Uaa Co.'s
.1-story and baeement 10-room brick
house, all modern Improvements; eltuato
.Second street, between U and I) so.
170 Prico, $0,000.
2-story frmohousc,w!th largo lot; eltuato
on Sixth street, between Jl nnd O so.
i!77 Price, $3,000.
3-story brick house, containing 9 rooms
und bath; slzo of lot, 18x75; situate on O
1C8 Price, $J,000.
y-ttory and back building brick dwolllng,
rontnlnlnK 10 rooms; all modern Improve
ments; eltuato on corner of Ninth nnd C
41!i Price, $3,000.
3-etory brick house, 0 rooms and bath;
sllualo on J, street, hctuccn North Capitol
and First streets nw.
103 Price, $2,550.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern Improvements; eltuuto No. 021
K street 11 w.
128 Prico, $10,500.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; situ of lot,
25x125; situate No. USS N st. nw.
231 Price, $10,000.
2-story nnd basement; brick house, 7
rooms and bath; fcltunto on Now Hampshire
avenue, bet, I, and JI sts. nw.
400 Price, $0,500.
2-story 0-rooni brick house: Bltuato on
Cleveland ave, bet. 12th and 13th, W and
4C5 Price, $1,000.
2-story G-rooni brick house, on Wallach
481 Prico, $4,300.
2-story 0-rooin brick house; eltuato on
143 Prico, $5,100.
3-story brick house, containing 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern Improvements;
situate No. 1220 ( st. 11. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on the north stdcot
G st., wide front.
144 Price, $35,000.
A largo stable property in n desirable lo
cation; now under cao to good tenaut,
paylmr 9 per cent.
317 Price, $2S,000.
404 Frame dwelling. Grant ave, Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
400 Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Prico,
489 S-rooni framo houso, lot 20x75, on L
bt. so. Price, $2,000.
497 3-story and cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; situate 011 Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexnmlrlu, Va,
3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
ofllcc annex and large side lots; situate on
cor. Duke nnd 8t. A6aph sts.; lot 7SxS0.
3-story and back hulldlnir dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x00; sit
uate No. 014 Prlnco St.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-etory and back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Prince nnd Patrick sts.
402 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling houso, built In tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 52x1 12.
391 Price, $0,500.
3-etory and back building bilck house,
contalnluK 8 rooniB, situate on Columbus
et., near Prince.
483 Price, $2,100.
498 3-story brick dwelling house, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; largo faldo yard; sltuato on cor.
Washington and Camoron sts,, opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the hebt situation In Alexandria. Prloo,
$8,000. Terms One-third cash, balance
one an two years.
' House nt l'alls Church, Va. .
I A new cottago, situate only 5 mlnutos'
! walk from Falls Church stations. W. & O. '
I K. It., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan- j
try, and trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150
j feet. Prico, $3,100. Tonus easy. j
I ALSO A new cottage, sltuato ouly 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station, 1
w. kt O. 11. It., Va., coutalnlng, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, i bod-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
Yum nl (Jroliud Northeast and South
tiist. All of onuaro 10U1 25c
" 1092 25c
" " South 1002 3.JU
" " " 1030 80c
" " 1013 00c
Half of " 1111 33o
4 lots " 10SI! 30c
5 " 1005 30c
3 " " 10S1 35c
1 " " 1107 20c
5 " " 1072 35c
1 " 1027 371c
4 " " 1003 40c
1 " " 1015 42c
1 " " I0SO 50c
1 " " 1038 50c
3 " " 1020 50c
2 " 1008 25c
11 " " -1057 (0c
3 ' " S12 80c
10 " " IftlO 10c
7 " " 1003 (Ujc
lluildiug Lots in nil sections of tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
13(11 I-Mint, Vushllinou,
Directory of Lsvyers and Law Firms
"TVEAN A IllNDMARSCIf,
402 Louisiana Avcnnc.
505 D trcotnortbwejt,
Webster Law Building.
Residence, 1218 II street noitbuwt.
milOMAS M. FIELDS,
J. Attorney nt L.iw,
Corner I) and D "fronts nw.,
, , , Washington, D 1 ,
Rcsldtnco, U08 Qst.nw. f ciS-90, f tn
AG. RIDDLE. HliNHY E. DAVIS.
RII'DLE A. DAVIS,
Attorneys at Law,
Hnvo removed their offices to the Feml'ill
Building, cornor Four and-half and D st.reeis
northwest lei" 00,1m
EBB & WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
400 Fifth Street,
. . . W.lfuworoN, D (.',
William B. Webb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John t-ldncy Webb. fcb2'.rt&Stt
Washington, D. i
!121 Four-nnd-a-half street. Ic27-l.tS1tC
321 and !23 41 St., Chauucuy Building, no ir
Louisiana nvo.. Washington, D. C.
Practices In tho Courts of tho Di'trlct ojwI of
Prlnco Georgo's County. Md. fc2?-lA;S,tf.
ATTORN EY-AT.L A W.
322 Four-and-a-half street n.wncarCKvil,i,
Washington, D. C. fc27-dAS.lf:
DWAHD A. NEWMAN,
Washington, D C.
821 Four-and-a-half street n. w.,
John W.' Waiinlii,
A BERT &, WARNER,-
Attornoysat-Law, Rooms 0 ami 10.
482 Louisiana avcnuo, Wasbmglou. I). C.
Praotlco In tho Courts. of tbo DbhlU,
Court or Claims, Supremo- Court of tbo
United States and Executive Departments.
150BEHT E. L. WHITE.
482 Louisiana Avenue,
P. O. Box 701. WahlDgtn, . (.'.
472 478 Louisiana Avenue n. w .
fc27-d&slf Washington, D. V
a f. Phillips. j7g,zachry"
O, F. D. McKENNEY.
rUILLIPS, ZACHRY A McKENNEY
Attorneys at Law.
fo27j0 eunBiikllas, Fst
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON,
fc57-distf 408 Fifth Street.
I'OIt SA1.K AND KENT.
TEAL ESTATE DULLETIN
1 nOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 F streot.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Saturday!,'
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME I10UHE3 FOIt
Othst, bet Kami Lstsn w $W,C0a
USl and 025 II st n w, bband 5 bouses
018 1 stnw, bh.ml, 14 rs ,. 10,000
lTSOUstn w, bb, llrs. 13.00a
1013 10th Bt n w, b h, m 1, 10 rs.. ...... . 12000
WOMstuw, bhml, 13 rs 11,003
207(ianw, bli,ml,10rs 8.00a
1128 Cth Bt n w, b h, 9 rs..., 8.000
223 Indiana avo n w, b h, m 1, 9 rs 7.500
17J1 19th st n w, b h, 9 rs - 7?no
2-bTORY BIUCK AND FRAME DOUSES FOK
(VJfcBsts w.bh.lSrs J2J.OOI3
G1C to CiO Md avo s w, b h, 4 rs lVCVJO
C210 to 223-1 Bomidary st n w, b h, 4 rs., 10,'W
1321 to 1329 Csts 0 and 1314 to 1322 Barr
rlsounves c, bh 12.00a
1015 E Cap stse.bh, Ors P.UX1
1232 I stnw, 5 rs H00t
1114 nnd 1110 6th st s w, b h, 7 rs, and 1
f h rear C00U
1130 to 11511 23d stn w,f h.4ra 6.000
1818 nnd 1820 Lawrence st n w, f h,ra.. 2,000
l2l8thtB W, r Ii. 5 rs 2.000
UNIMPROVED PROFEnrY FOR SALE.
10th st, bet MandN stsn w 1 73
18th st, bet L and M sts nw 1 Ml
21th st.be t Land M sts n w 1 53
11 st, bct&l and 4th sts s c 1 23
13) st, bet Canal and C sts'n w 1 ou
Mass avo. bet Del ave and 1st etn e 100
B nnd C.aoth and 2Ht Btsn w 'O
Mount Pleasant ,.. 40
5th Bt, bet Va avo and Gstso..... '3d
Cor 13th und Emporia sts.Brookland.. V
HOUSES FOK RENT.
Por month .
170713th st n w, fur.,poss my 15,
13 rs 875 W
SOUstnw. 12 is ii 00
Mioothttnw, lore n o
901 21st stn w,12rs 4O0O
1152 22d stn w, Ors 33 50
4320thst nw, 10 rs fa 00
4U2UstU w, 9 rs 33 00
Upper part 1408 P et n w. 7 rs SO 00
413Lstnw,9is 30 00
827 22d st n w, 9 rs 3d on
2012 K stnw, 9 rs iioa
4307thatn w.2 rs..... 25 no
24J8Pstnw,9r6 25 00
202 lltb bi n w, 7 rs 22 mi
Ml nnd 83J 6th stn e, Ors 18 M
1015 U st n w, 6 re Id 30 .
1713 7th st n w, 0 rs SO
38 Dofrees st n w, 7 rs 1350
414 21St stnw, 6 rs 14 30
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Sato as U. S. bonds: 3 per cent,, payabla
quarterly; In snms $1,000.
In sums to suit at t per cent,
Tho above Is onlv a portion of the Dronerty7
on my books. For tall list call at office for
bulletin, lssuod on tho 1st and I3tb.
COUNTltY HEAL ESrATE.
FOR SALEABOUT 17 ACRES ON 31) ST
n 0 oxtendod, on tha line of tho Ecklng
ton and Soldiers' llomtiHallway,belugn.pait;
ot the estate ot tho late Chief Justice Chaw,
now called ' 'Edgcwood;" a good opportunity
lor lnostors. For particulars, price, etc..
Inquire of CHAriN BROWN, 323 U st n w,
11 51 -40' or VJcbt."
.Mineral and Tlmbor Lands for Sale.
F OTS and ACRE PROPERTY In BlgStono
J J Gap, Norton and St Paul. In Wle coun
ty, nnd Dunganon.ln Scott county, Virginia.
Resident, business and farm proneity
bought, sold or leased. Address Wm A. II.
Robertson. As "Ufo Is abort," put it "W ar"
Robertson, Big Stone Gap, Virginia,
X70R SALE--B1RDWOOD BEAUTIFULLY
; located; adjoining Chariot tWTine. Va ;
over 500 acres, all mod Imps, Including fino
furniture; only $35,000. B. II. ROBERTSON,
131511 stnw. ie-00
MONEY TO LOAN.
S" C. HILL". REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
. Bargains in all parts of the city. Llfo
and Flto Insurance. Corner Sth and I'"M
u w, Lo Droit Building.
MONEY TO LOAN TOR LUILUING PUR
poses. Nci delay when security Is no
ceptablo. EMMONS BROWN, 030 F st u w.
ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OK
flrst-elasseecnrllles at lowest rates ot
luterost. No delay whore security Is good.
803 7th st, n. w.
ONTTi- TO LOAN ON GOOD BECUHITY.
11 IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SU I 'Y,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
INSTALLMENT LOANb-WE ARE AU
thorUed bv the United Secnrltv Llfo In
surance and Trust Company of Pbfladi '
to advance money on Improved prop ' it
Washington up to 75 per cent, of uctnal !
ket voluo, with or without llfo Ins'ir i'-o,
Loans pai able In monthly or quartuty Ux
stallments, runi'lug 5, 10, 15i?r20TeA- Ii
rrny instances tbo payments nro le-s 'i n
theientaloiabouse. V. U. SMITH Jt SON,
MONEY TO UHN
In sums t suit
On Arprovod Real E-.taie Pecurtty
B. H WARNEK A I X.
8J F at n W.