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THE WASHINGTON CBITIO, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 8, 18U0.
THE CRITIC'S" CAMERA.
PICTURES OF MEN AND THINGS AT
THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
Genius In n Scissor Grinder Mnlio
.Stnteliootl ltoomnrs GIiIgiiro's
"World's 1'nlr Hustlers Col. Nixon
Tlio "sweet bolls jangled, nnd out of
lime," which denoto the presence, of a
scissors grimier or a junk dealer, have
long liccn one of tho standing mils'inces
In the residential portion of tho city.
Yesterday, however, a scissors Grinder
lnnilo his appearance on Indiana avenue
who was a nonius. IIo had arranged a
row of cheap bells in such a manner as
to form a scale, and by a simple but
noiio the less iiiccnius contrivance the
lovolutinns of tho wheel, as bo twaddled
his machine over the pavement, caused
lliem to play several simple and well
If Idaho doesn't becomo a State
during the picsent session of Congress
it will nbt be owing to any lack of ox
erlion on tho pait of her representatives
nt tho Capital. A commtttco of six,
representing both sides of politics, arc
In the city ond nro leaving no stono un
turned to accomplish their oblect. Tho
Democrats arc represented by ex-Governor
Stephenson, Charles J. Weir and
A, J. JIcMahon, while Governor
Bhoupe, Delegate DuBols and Vv J.
SlcConncll loom up proudly for tho Ilc
publlcan paity. The latch-strlng hangs
out at their headquarters at Wlllard,
where Governor Sboupo and Itoprc
sentotive DuBois play the part of h09ts
in a manner to suit all comers.
Mr. DaBois, a dark-complexioned,
nervous and good-looking young man,
who long ago made his mark in the
Territory, and Is looked upon as likely
to be one of the first Senators from tho
new State, is a total abstainer, and
looks after tho prohibition callers.
.Governor Shoupe. on tho othor hand,
dispenses hospltalltrln cood old North
and South Carolina style. No man has 1
a better grip thau has ho on Idaho
affairs, and he never falls to call atten
tion to tho advantages of his pros
pective State. IIo Is what is known as
a "magnetic man," and bis eloquent
arguments, combined with tho kindly
gleanvof his blue eyes and the friendly
pressure of his hand, seldom fail to
convince the caller that Idaho is one of
the greatest places in creation. The
Governor is modest, however, and says
that if sho is admitted into Statehood
it will all be because of Mr. Dubois.
The Chicago World's Fair hustlers
the men who did tho solid work, not
the shouteis who came on for effect
have just had themselves photographed
in -a group by Brady. They are a de
lenniued looking lot of men who ap
parently don't put on any unnecessary
fiills, but who, experience has shown,
know how to "get there." They have
held down the Chicago end of the
"Wmld's Fair boom at Wlllard's for
nearly a year past, and In a quiet, but
none tho less effective, way worked hard
for the windy city long before Its rivals
commenced any real wont at the Capi
tol. Thoso who appear in tho group
aie Solomon Tnatcher, jr., of Chicago,
thu Industrious and successful treasure,
of the committeoj George R. Davis, of
Chicago; General A. E Stephenson, of
Hloomington, 111.; J. A. JIcKenzle, W.
A. Carlisle, a son of the ex-Speaker; J.
C. Dorc, Dr. G. G. Husk, A. V. Jones,
and John T. Dickenson.
As Colonel John T. Nixon, of tho
Nixon-Jones Printing Company of St.
Louis, sat In tho rotunda of Willard's
last evening, ho amused a group of by
stander by tho great number of pre
sentation badges lie was able to pro
duce. Colonel Nixon is a great
"joiner." Ho seems to have joined
more secret and benovolent socities than
ho has years to his credit in Father
Time's ledger, and nearly all of them
have taken such a fancy to him that
they have presented him with valuable
complimentary badges. He carries
arouud loose in his ovorcoat pockets
peculiar Jlasonlc jewels, gold "shrincr"
emblems, valuable Odd-fellows insignia
enough to start a manufacturing jeweler
in business on a small scalo. Ho has
also concealed about his person numer
ous costly testimonies from his em
ployes, who seem to havo appreciated
the fact that tho Colonel's weakness is
badges. Colonel Nixon was last spring
an applicant for the position of public
printer. It is-said that having failed to
obtain that position, his presence now
in tho city is for the purpose of en
deavoring to have that office abolished
and to have all the Government print
ing done by tho Nixon-Jones Printing
Company of St. Louis.
"One hundred and fourteen Jervjv-
incn and two hundred and twenty-eight
gum shoes arrived at this hotel to-day,"
haid Silhouette Aitlst Sackett at Wil
lard's last evening. Tho fact to which
ho called attention was noticed by
nearly everybody about the public
buildings yesterday. There was a largo
party of Now Jersey grocers in tho city,
mid It was a notablo fact that all of
tlice and tho ladies who accompanied
tlienvworo gumshoes. Another dis
tinguishing point about this party was
its thiiftincss. Many of tho members
biought their lunches with them and
ate them In tho corridors of the leading
hotels. They were in tho city all day,
and thcru is no evidence that one of
them had bought a meal in the hotels
in and about which thoy swarmed.
They weren't poor people, either, somo
of the wealthiest men of New Jersey
being among the crowd.
Itccoinmondeil fur I'rouiotion.
Commissioner liaum of tho Peuslon
lluicau has recommended C. P. Lincoln,
the present Deputy Commissioner, for
appointment as F"list Deputy Commis
sioner of Pensions, in place of Hiram
Am. i-ais quickly yields to the iutluence
of Balvnllnu t)ll. Price 2ft cents a bottle.
"A monument will bo elected to the dis
coverer of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup," A e.
A service in memory of the late Miss
Lauia Sunderland was held last ovcuinir
in tho lectma-room of the First Presby
imluti Church, Itev, Dr. Sunderland,
the pastor, officiating.
Thu Itoitto l( Itilll'alo.
The best route to Htiftulo is via B. ,t 0.
It. It. Passengers taking the vestlbuled
limited, leaving Washington dally at 4:20
p, in., make connection at Philadelphia
wltli Lehigh Volley tialu carrying Pullman
klvi'pcr, ntrivii.gnt UulTalo next morning
l'riiiirlnu' fur 1'iiiuuolputlun Day.
The South Washington division of
roloii'd citizens who will take part in
the Knianripation Day celebration held
n meeting last night and selected the
Aillru to Motlier.
Airs, Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup should
alwnvs )uu6ed lor children teethlmr. It
mollies tho child, softens the gum, allays
all nalu, cuie wind colic, and It Is the best
remedy for dlturliaa, iiJc. a bottle,
Tin: vroiiLivs r.vnt.
CIiIcheo Cltlrmm Send AT or (In of Kn
courngemont to Jlor Dolcgutcs,
Lyman J. Gngo, president of tho First
National Hank of Chicago and chair
man of that city's World's Fair finan
cial committee, who Is In this city with
n delegation conferring with tho House
World's Fair Committee, received tho
following tclctrram last night from Chi
cago: Wo wish you continued success In Wash
ington. Wo will stand by you and tho com
inittco In everything. Chicago will now,
as In the past, prove cqunl to any emer
gency. You can count on our hearty
Tho telegram was signed by:
8. W. Allcrtou, Bamucl At. N'lckerson,
president First Nntlonal Dame; John 11.
Drake, proprietor Grand Pacific Hotel;
William T. Maker, president Board of Tradoj
George 11. Shaw, president American Loan
and Trust Company; William 1'enn Nixon,
president Intcr-Ocatn Publishing Company;
C. L. Hutchinson, president Corn Kx
ehnngo Bank; O. W. Potter, president Illi
nois Steel Company; William E. Halo,
president Halo Elevator Company; James
W. Scott, Chicago llemM; Potter Palmer,
II. II. Kohlsaat, eapltullst; It. T. Crane,
president Crano Elovntor Company; C. It.
Crane, E. 8. l'lke, capitalist.
E. 0. Keith, President Metropolitan
Bank; II. F. Karnes, President Commercial
National Bank; Joseph Mcdlll, Chicago
Tribune. A. L. Patterson, Chicago Globe',
John Schneider, President Illinois National
Bank; George It. Dnils, County Treasurer;
W. .T. Hulskamp. Chicago "nines; A. F.
Heebergcr, ox-Collector of Customs; J. J.
P. O'Dell, Presldont Union Natloual Bank;
Stuyvcsant Fish, Presldont Illinois Central
Railroad; Victor F. Lnwson, Chicago A'ctcj;
J. W. Do.ino, President Merchants' Loan
and Trust Company: E. St. John, vice
rrcsldont Hock Island lt.tllro.nl, Hlbbard,
Spencer, and Ilartlctt.
Thcso signatures leprcsent from l";,
000.000 to $100,000,000.
Tho committee from Chicago now In
this city to confer with tho Houso
World's Fair Committee, consists, be
sides Mr. Gage, of Fdwln Walker, so
licitor of the Chlcaso, St. Paul and
Milwaukee Hallway; Otto Young, chair
man of tho sub-committco of tho
World's Fair Finance Committee; W.'
J, Onahan, comptroller of tho city; L,
Z.- Leitcr, Mr. ,Kcnt, Wm. J. Bryant
a"nd Dr. J. II. ttaucli.
It is reported that the estimates of the
different departments for their part 'In
a suitable Government exhibit foot up
nearly $1,000,000. Congress will likely
cut these estimates In two below the
The Houso World's Fair Committee
will hereafter meet at 200 Now Jcrsoy
avenue, next door to tho Congressional
LOUISA JOHNSON'. Oj:.TII.
It JProbulily Iteaultnd l'roiu Natural
Causes The Inquest.
A coi oner's Inquest was held at tho
SiNth Precinct this morning over tho
remains of a colored wonmn named
Louisa Johnson, who was found dead
in her cabin near Montollo. From
all that could be ascertained
Louisa Johnson was 03 or 70 years of
nee, and there was nothing to 'indicate--that
death hod resulted from other
than old ago or natural causes. Cor
oner Patterson will havo an autopsy
Thosn Awlul Secrotrt,
The Senate Commitlco investigating
the lcakago of cxccutlvo session secrets
has abandoned the chase after corre
spondents and Is engaged In a round
up of tho Senators. Most of the Sen
ators seem to hold that they havo a
certain liberty of action under tho
rule; that they may tell any ono of tho
confirmation or rejection of a Presi
dential nomination, without waiting
for tho Senate to "notify the Pcsldent
of its action. There promises to be
music in tho air before this part of the
show is over.
At Hoach's shipyard at Chester, Pa.,
to-day, the United States gunboat Con
cord will bo launched. Sho is ono of
the small vessels now In course of con
struction, and is one of the three that
remain of the new steel vessels not yet
completed. Tho other two arc tho
cruisers Newark, to be launched at
Cramp's March 10", and the gunboat
Bennington, to be launched at Iloach's
about April 1. . The speed of tho Con
cord will be seventeen knots. Sho Is 230
feet long and 30 feet beam, with a mean
draught of 1-1 feet.
Oulclter Time to Cincinnati anil All
Point West via Chesapeake ami
On and after Sunday, March S, the Chesa
peake nnd Ohio's K. 1 V. Vestlbulo Lim
ited will leave Baltimore and Potomac Sta
tion at 11:23 p. m. dally Instead of 9:10 p.
m., as formerly, and will arrive at Cincin
nati at 0:20 p. m. tho next evening. This
la a material shortening of timo between
Washington and Cincinnati and all points
WeBt and will, without doubt, make this
train more popular than over with tho trav
eling public. Ofllce, 5'3 Pennsylvania
Clerk Cumri'A I'unerul.
The funeral of tho late J. Jay Camp,
deputy clerk of tho Ciicult Court, took
place yesteiday afternoon ftom Trin
ity P. L. Church, tho rector. Dr. Ad
dison, officiating. Thu pall-bearers
wcie the deputy clciks of tho court.
A clergyman, after years of suffering
from that loathsome disease, Catarrh,-and
vainly trjlng every known remedy, at last
found a prescription which completely
cured and saved him from death. Any suf
ferer from this dreadful dlscaso sending
a eelf-addicssed stamped envelope to Pro
fessor J. A. Lawrence, 83 Warren stroet,
New Yoik, will receive tho recipe freoot
lVliy He lnvuntud a I'lillosuiiliy,
J'lom tlit Xtw York Tillmnt.
Herbert Spencer lives all tho year
louud In boarding houses.
Hervous, Bilious or Congestive Forms, J
I-R. BROWN, M.D.,
23 West Jersey st.,
Euj-Alivrit, N. J., Juno 23, 1839.
i'lils Is to ecrtity thafl hai 0 uod for somo
months with much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of lemodlos, for Headache, knowu as
Brlggs' Headaolio Trochos. Tho remedy
cures more headaehns, especially such as af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this oortltloato will
be tho means of bnugluglt to the favorabto
attention 'of sufferers fiom that troublo, I
shall feol that I have done thorn a servleo.
L. R. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Bold by all Druggists or sent by Mall on Re
uelpt of Pnco.
BRIGuS' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZABETH, N. J,
Till) lMV-AMKIlICAN CONGRESS.
It Labors 1VIH Not Ho In Vnln Its
Soiior Navarro, assistaut secretary of
tho Spanish-American Commercial
Union, told a Now York Star reporter
that tho results of tho Pan-American
Congress would not bo barren, IIo
"Of course tho conclusions anived at
by tho delegates will havo to bo ratified
by tho countries represented to glvo
them force, but oven if they bo only
partially ratified much good will bo ac
complished, nnd, in any case, tho Con
gress will make tho nations of tho
American Continent bettor acquainted
with each other's commercial needs."
When asked when ho thought tho
Congress would adjourn, Mr. Navarro
"Certainly not sooner than tho closo
of March; and its deliberations may
even extend Into April. At tho conclu
sion of Its labors tho proceedings will
bo published by the United States Stato
Department In thrco languages, Eng
lish, Spanish and Portuguese. It will
bo circulated among tho officials of tho
several governments represented."
to Seo Ilootli utid Mod
Hate Over Pennsylvania
Special fast train will leavo Pennsylvania
Railroad, Sixth-street Station, this evening
at 0 o'clock for tho evening performance of
Bootb-Modjcskn, at llolllday-stroot Thea
tre. Only tbo special railroad excursion
ticket will bo requlrod on tho special. Ho
turning, the special train will leave Calvert
Station at 11:40 p. m.
J.lttlo Norn Wnnl IMnvod With tlio
C'ooklnc Ntovo nnd Is Dond.
Yesterday afternoon Nora, the 0-ycar-old
daughter of Samuel Ward, who
lives at 1014 Seventh street, was fatally
burned. While her parents were absont
from the house tho young girl began
playing with tho lire in tho cook
ing stove. Her clothes became
ignited and she was badly burned about
the shoulders and head. A physician
was called ,'ln; but ho found tlio burns
or such n serious naturo that ho sug
cested the .child be sen$ to Providence
At tho hospital she suffelcd the ut
most agony until about 12 o'clock last
night, when she died.
See ISootli nnd Modjeskn Thin Kveu
Inc In Itlcliellott" Lnst Cluince.
Special fast Express will leavo I'cnn
pjlvanla Kallroad station at (i p. m. Only
tlfty cents to Bultlmoro and return.
IS Nntnro's effort to expel forelgu sub
stances f lom tho bronchial passages.
Frequently, this cause inflammation
and tho need of an anodyne. JTo other
expectorant or anodyno is equal to
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. It assists
Naturo in ejecting tho mucus, allays
irritation, induces repose, and is tho
most popular of all cough cures.
"Of tbo many preparations before tho
public for tho euro of colds, coughs,
bronchitis, and kindred diseases, thero
is none, within tho rango of my expert
once, so reliable as Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. For years I was subject to colds,
followed by terrible coughs. About four
yoars ago, when so aftllcted, I was ad
vised to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
to lay all othor remedies aside. I did
so, and -within ,a week was well of my
cold and cough. Slnco then I havo
always kept this preparation in tho
house, and feel comparatively secure."
Airs. L. L. Brown, Dcnmaik, Miss.
"A few years ago I took a sevcro cold
which affected my lungs. I had a tcr
rlblo cough, and passed night after
night without sleep. Tlio doctors gavo
mo up. I tried Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral,
whicu relieved my lungs, induced sleep,
and afforded tho rest necessary for tho
recovery of my strength. By the con
tinual use of tlio Pectoral, a permanent
cure was effected." Horaco Fairbi other,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Aver & Co., Lowell,
Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by )1 Druggists. Trice 1 J lr bottlee, $5.
FENTON.-At 11:30 p. m., March 7, Daniel
V. Kenton, aged 5')ycrs and 4 months.
I'ineral will take place .Monday, tho 10th
lust., from ills residence. 219 Tenth stret
southwest, at 2 p. in. Friends and relatives
"t Viujau'lsb ""'"'"
(Succossor to neury Leo's Sons),
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Adurllscments under this uat, four lints or
tss, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three.
S'ALESMEN WANTED AT ONrK-A FEW
) good men to Hell our goods by samplo to
tliuw holesalo and retail trade. Wo aro tho
larsett manufacturers in our line. I.lborul
salary, paid. Permanent portion. Money
advanced for wages, advertising, oto. For
teims address Centennial MTg Co . Chicago,
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED LAUN
dress, washing and Ironing to do at
homo; reforeneos given. Apply 1819 N II ay.
WHITE GIRL FOR GEN-
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roan, wife and boy 8 years old; Gorman pro
feired;to tho right party a pleasant homo
and good wages assured. Apply at lo. 1003
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Sate, Lightning-rod- or Book Ageut, or
Reporter, of gtont eavolr falro, for literary
work. Largo salarv. Writo London & Hart
foul Pub. Co.. N.Y.
"117AJNTED A PLAINLY-FUHNIS1IKD
VV room In tho northeast part of city
whern thero will bo no objection to light
housekeeping. Address P. V. II., this ofllce.
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Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Inset tlon; 50 cents for three.
WANTED-OLD GOLD AND SILVEIt.
WM. FRIEDERIC'K, Mtnufactnrlug
Jeweler. 005 7th stn w.opposlteU. 8. Patont
Ofllco; tlno clock and watch ropilrlng a
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Advertisements tinder this head, four lines or
lies, 25 ants for one inset tlon; 60 cents for three.
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E. 11 COITKKLI,,
No. 11 IS N.Y. avo.
ITiOR SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
jj htyllsli Gray Horsu, over 10 bauds high;
lino harness and not much used; Laudim
niado by Joyce; nro offered at reasonable
rates on aeeountof owner laavlng tho city,
IJ'Olt SALE-CHEAP-FINE COUNTER and
V kholvliiK, now In No. 712 7thst 11 w; must
bo sold nt oueo. Apply OKI stn.w.
TOR SAI.K-S75-SrECIAL STAR. 51-INCH,
r sllont raohet, I nickel, absolutely per
left condition. Address or apply 223 A st. mo.
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X 1 Tho lindor will plcasoloavo thorn at this
ofllco and reoulvo thanks from tho losor.
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Adrertltiuunts under this head, four lines or
lets, Hcentsfor one insertions; 60 nf for three.
JOW IS THE TIME. We' WTIi TAY
uig money-lur goma- ursi-oiasa boo-
ond hand clothing. Address or call
JLBTH'ti OLD BTAND, 01'JD Bt. n. W.
BCjsr'nKroiiT of Tnn condition
CITIZKNB' NATIONAL HANK,
of Washington City,
At WaHilncton, In thol)lstrlotof Columbia,
at tho oloso ol business, l'ob. 29, lbtiO.
Loans nnd discounts $733,014 01
Overdrafts, secured and unso-
II. B.boids to Boouro circulation. riO.tOO 00
Duo from approved icsorve
agents 11,713 71
Duo from other national banks.. 29,3-M 83
Duo from Stato banks and bank
Banking house, furolturo and fix
tures. 09,683 91
Other real ostato and mortgages
owned C7.077 80
Current expenses and taxes paid, 1,03-1 48
Checks and other cash Itoins 10,501 89
Exchanges for clearing-house... 19,'JOl 41
Bills of other bpnks 1,12.100
Fractional papor currency, nick
els and cents 003 03
Lcgal-tfiidor notes 48,000 00
Itcdcmption fund with IF. H.
Trrnsuror (5 nor cent, of circu
Capital stock paid In $300,000 00
Surplus fund.. .'lo.OOO 00
Undivided profits 30.135 K)
National bank notes outstanding 45,000 00
Dividends unpaid , 315 00
Individual deposits nubject to
check 717,208 35
Domnud certificates of deposit... 2.3.11 03
Certified check" 2.K93 21
Duo to othor national banks 20,285 03
Duo to Stato banks and bankers. 408 15
Total $1,156,307 28
Dlitrlct of Columbia, County of Wathlngton, :
I, THOMAS C. I'EAItSALI,. cashier or tho
abovo-named bank, do solomuly swear that
tho ahovo statement Is truo to tho host of my
knowledge nnd belief.
TIIOMAU C. PEAKSAIX. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this
Ub day or March, 1MX).
WILLIAM SEI.11Y, Notary Public.
E. KUItTZ JOHNSON,
.FNO. A. J. CUESWELL,
.1. F. SAUJ1,
I. II. SHEA,
HEPOUT OF THE CONDITION
SECOND NATIONAL BANK,
At Washington. In tho Dlstrlotof Columbia,
At tho close of business February 23, 1800.
Loan and discounts ..
Overdrafts, secured and unse
emed U. H. bonds to sccuro circulation.
U. S. bonds on hand
Stooks, securities, Judgments,
Duo from approved reservo agents
Duo from other national banks...
Duo rrom Stato banks nnd bank
ers... Banking house, furniture and fix
tures, Current expenses nud taxes paid
Premiums on U.S. bonds..
Cbeoksnnd other cash items. ...
Exchanges for clearing house...;
Bills of othor banks
pactional paper curroncy, nick
els and cents
Legal tender notos
Itedemptlon fund with U.S.Treas
nrer (5 per cent, of circulation).
, 51,32-5,021 97
Capital 6tocE paid in ,
National bank notos outstand
ing Dividends unpnld
Individual dcpcslts tubjeet to
Demand certificates of dopoiit...
Duo tootlicrnatlon.il banks
Duo to State banks and bankers.
DWrlctof Columbia, Cottntiof Kathln'gton, es:
I, HEN11Y C. SWAIN, cashier of . tho
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
tho above statement la truo to the best of
my knowledge and belief.
UENHY C. SWAIN. Cashier.
Subset ibed and sworn to before me this
7tbday of Mai eh, IhOO.
II. 11. ZEVELY, Notary Public.
M. G. EMEHY.
JOHN L. VOC1T,
W. W. BUnDETTE,
-IIKPORT OF THE CONDITION
NATIONAL BANK OF THE HEPCHLIC,
At Washington, D. C
At the close of business February 28, 1830.
Loans and discounts $723,331 41
(neruraim, secuica ami unse
cured U. S. bonds to securo circulation.
U. S. bonds to securo doposlts...
V. B. bonds on hand
Stooks, securities, judgments,
Duo from approved reserve iwonts
Duo from othor nat'onal banks. .
Duo from State banks and bank
ers Banking bouse, furniture and fix
tures Current cxnensos and taxes paid.
Cheoks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house....
Bills or other banks
Pactional paper currenoy. nick
els and cents
Legal tender notes
Itedemptlon fund wlthU.S.Treas
uicr (3 per cent, of circulation).
Capital stock paid in
National bank notes outstanding.
Individual deposits subject to
Demand certificate! of deposit...
Duo to ot her national banks
Duo to Stato banks and bankers.
IK1 ivwl m I
Vllv of Washington, Count; of Washington, sn:
I, CHAS S.BRADLEY. cashlor of thoabove
nAined bank do solemnly swoar that thaabovo
statement Is true to tho bost of my kuowlodgo
CHAS. S. BRADLEY, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to beforo mo this,
7th day of March, lS'HJ.
DAN'Ij B. CLARKE.
P. II. HILL,
GEO. E. LEMON,
A. A. WILSON,
O. C. GREEN.
KSTAMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST
COMPANY. 1119 G stioct n. w.-
MONEY RECEIVED upon depo-dt subject
to check at sight and Intorest allowed on
SIX PER CENT first loans upon city prop
erty for sale.
GEORGETOWN AND TENNAI.LYTOWN
RAILROAD stock for Halo. A gooddnvest
inent. Call nnd get particulars.
SURETYSHIP BONDS furnlshod.
Monoy loaned In sums to suit,
Esciow deposits received and
SAFE KEEPING GUARANTKKD.
VALUABLE PAPERS SAFELY KEPT AT A
A T. BRITTON. President
C.J. BELL. 1st Vico-Protldout
A. A. THOMAS, 2d Vlce-Preslduut
PERCY II, METZGER, Soc and 1'ioai
.lames V.. Fitch,
W, S. Thompson,
Hatiy 1'. WW,
neury S. I.ouchhclm
James G. Pay no,
Natli. E. J annoy,
Wm. M Co.itr".
Martin F. Morris,
M. M. Parker,
(.'has. V. Duucanson.
Elllngham 11, Morris,
A, A. Thomas,
M. W. Boverldge,
f'rosby S. Noyo,
John E. Horioll
lohn S. .lenks,
JrDRINK PURE WATER
WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OFGA1E
CITY FILTERS WITH STONE DISC; ALSO
J EWETT'S FILTERS PACK EI) WITH CHAR
COAL AND SAND. WliOAN RECOMMEND
BOTn. M.W. HEVEHIDUE,
IMPORTER OF CHINA AND OLASSWAHB,
imt,iUSlw. 1000 PI NN, AVE.
jS-j-f-WHY NOT HAVE" YOUR SHIUTS
-' made by ono of tho most oelebratod
cutters In America ! Prices samo as tho-io
thlrd-rato utters ihargo, P. T. HALL, Mi P
J35P- llEroilT OF THE CONDITION
Vt EST END NATIONAL HANK,
At wa'Iiliigtoii. In tho Dlstrlotof Columbia,
At tlio cloc otbuslnefi February 2S, 1890,
toanxnrd discounts . . $lt;,3ll Oil
itcrdinfls, ccurod nnd un -ured 1I4'I
l". H. bonds to seeuro clroulnn m.. W,000 00
Stt'eks, securities, ludgunnts,
clalmj.etn ...." 10.3M 10
Duo from otlierNatlonal Hanks... 49,052 00
Duo from f-tato Ilanksand hankers t'.SW 61
llnnkliig-house, furnitnro and fix
Current expenses nnd tnxes paid... 1,018 75
Premiums ou II. 8. bond 11,500 00
checks and other cash Items 0,455 20
Pills of other banks 3,000 00
Fractional paper curroncy, nickels
and cents 58 43
Fpccln 8,315 CO
I.epaMcmlcr not ". 10.M0 00
jieucinpiion lunu Willi u s. 'ireas
ury (5 ptr cent, of circulation)...!
Capital Stock paid In $H0,7!V 00
Undivided profits l.Cfrt 50
Nntlonal Hank notes outstanding 30,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
Due to other National Banks -'12) 1H
Total $291,055 87
Vliti U t of Columbia, County of Washington, it:
I, CIIAI1LES r. WILLIAMS, cashier of tho
abovo-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to tho best of my
knowlcdgo and belief.
CHAHLE3 P. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this
7th day of March, ifcio.
W. Tt. WILSON,
WM. H. IHLEY,
EDWD. S. WESCOTT,
JOHN F.. BEALL,
D I root or.
BKJSTnEPORT Or THE CONDITION
XJ OV THE
NATIONAL BANK OF WASHINGTON,
In tho District of Columbia,
At the cloo of business, February 28, 1890.
Loans and discounts $1,052,374 70
Overdrafts, secured and tin-
scouicd 985 31
U.S. bonds to secure circulation. fco.000 00
II. B. bonds on hand 482,500 00
btocks, securities, Judgments, ,
claims, eto 117,750 00
Due from approved resorvo
agents 330,115 93
Dne from other National banks . . 102,789 83
Duo from Stato banks and
bunkers 243 00
Banking-house, furnltuio and
fixtures 15,000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid. 5,000 87
Checks and other cash Items 41,330 01
Hills of other banks 1,080 00
Fraotlonal paper currency, nick
els and cents 2,809 48
Specie 322,856 00
I.cgnl-tend emotes 42.970 00
U. 8. ccrtlllcatcs of deposit for
Capita1 stock paid In
Individual deposits subject
.. $200,000 00
.. 100,000 00
Certified chcCAfc. -. ,
Due to other national bankt. . ..
Duo to Stato banks and bankers
Total S2.5S3.430 C
Dlsttlct of Columbia, County of Washington, si:
I. CHABLES E. WHITE, cashlor of tho
above-named bank, do solemnly sweat- that
1 he above statement Is truo to the bost of m
kuowledgo and bollef.
OHAS. E.WHITE, Cashlor.
Subscribed and sworn to before ino, this
7th day of March, 1S90.
II. P. HOWARD, Notary Public.
JAMES L. NOIUtIS,
WM. F. MATTINGLY,
H. 11. CAUTEH.
tV-vST" TREASURY DEPARMENT.
5t? OFFICE OF THE CONTROLLER
OF TnE CURRENCY.
Washington, March 5,. 1890.
Whereas, by satisfactory ovldenco pre
sented to the undersigned It has been mado
to appear that tho Lincoln National Bank of
wasninjion, in ino city or Washington, in
tho District of Columbia, has complied with
all the provisions of tho statutes of the
United States required to bo complied with
before an association shall bo autnori7cd to
commence tbo bnslncw of Banking;
Now, therefore, I, Edward S. Lacoy, Con
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify
that the Lincoln National Bauk of Washing
ton, Inllio city of Washington, In tho Dis
trict of Columbia, is autbmlzed to com
mcnco thu business of banking, as provided
In section fitly ono hundred and sixty-nine
of the Revised Statutes of tho UnltcdStates.
In testimony whereof witness my hand
and seal of ofuco this 5th day of March. 1890.
E. S. LACEY.
Contioller of the Currency.
lincoln national hank
of washington, d. c.
luaeeordanco with the above authority,
the Lincoln National Bank of Washington
will open Its office at tho corner of 9tb nnd D
streets northwest on or about tho TWENTY
F1STII DAY OF MARCH. 1S90, for the pur
peso of conducting the banking bu-,inos In
all Its branches.
John A. Piescott. J. Harrison Johnnu,
Fredetick A. Stlcr. Henry F. Bauer
Paul II. Cromellen, Receiving Teller.
William E. Abbott, II Bradley Davidson,
Watson J. Nowton, Augustus Burgdorf,
William O.Dcnlson, John A. Prescott,
Job Barnard, Jeso U. Krgood,
iicuuiiun 11, 1 lull, .-vwhuui VjUiiiihikuuiii.
Ur. H. Ilnnn. l.-inrI.-1-lplr Tjchlffnlv
. Atinistll,0 rnunns..!. llmrUnn .lfihnenn.
Rlchatd A. Walker.
'NOTICE-THE ANNUAL MEETING
of tho stockholders of the I'HlWade
Land, Cattlo and Mining Company will bo
held on TUESDAY. MARCH 23, 1800. AT
12 O'CLOCK NOON, at No. 1411 (second
floor) F street n w., (or the purpoio of elect
ing a Board of Directors for tho enulng year
and transacting any other bu-Juoss that may
be necessary. R.B. DETRICK,
Washington. D. C . March 8. 1890. mr3-2t
CAPITAL SI.000.000 TEMPOHARYOFFICES.
1001 Fstnw, pievious to tho erection of
the company's building, corner 0th and F
sts n w.
MONEY LOANED ON COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Woll seemed loan",
guaranteed by the company, forsalu. In
teicst paid. Call on or correspond with us,
W. B. ROHISON, i-eo. 11. II. WAIlNER, Pros
Charles B. Bailey. George F Schafer,
James L. Harbour, Thomas Soinervillo,
GeorgoE. Bartol, John A. Swopo.
Richard W. Clay. J. S. Swormstedt,
Horiico S. Cumming'', Haltersloy W. Talhott,
J.J, Daillngtou, George Trucdell,
John Joy E1U011, B, 11. Warner,
l barles J. I aulkner, A. A. WIIon,
Albert F. Fox,
L. 1). Wine.
S W. Wooilw.lld.
11. 1-. uicen,
William 11. (iut ley,
John B. Lurner,
Chns. Bunj Wilkinson,
A. S. Worthlngtou.
KSJ-ELKCTION OP DIRECTOHS-THE
- niinnul election for so on directors
for tho COLUMBIA RAlLltOAD COMPANY,
to servo tho ensuing year, will bo held nt tho
iifltco of the coinpnny. Room No 1. National
Safe Depoit Bulldlng,NPW5'oikttVoanill5th
st. on TUESDAY, MARCH 11, proximo, be
tween tho houn of 1 and 2 o'clock p.m.
Books for tho Inuis'iU' of stook will elosn
MnichH. R. P. BAKEK, Seciutnry.
rtSJOHN B. CLARK, JOHN JOHNS, 1).
clark, johns mcknight.
Attornoys-at-Law, 1110 F st., Washington,
Practice before Committees of Cougreis,
the Courts aud theExooutlvo Doptr'nionts.
UCiSTHE COLUMBIA NATIONAL II.VNir
i;ay 911 F st. 11. w., Washington, D. o. '
A General Banking Business Transaotod.
B. H. WARN Kit, Pnull
A, T. IlltlTI'ON. Vleol'i
E. K. PARKEIt. Cashioi
I la nt
11 ft YViitna ii Aniuidlta TT111oti1'o 1Ttftl
tw jiuun, 111 v,. vnu'voiw 11 (tint 11 iuvii
Thoutands from far and near visit Dr. White
for roller from and avoldaneo of corn, him
Ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to C p. in.: Sun
days, 0 to 12. Established 1301. Feo. It.
K3&?'LADiES! LADIE8I LADIES!
5i' Mrs. McUaflerty Is tho only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In the city. Call
and see her new shapes. Dloacbitig and
pressing, straw and felt hats altered tithe
latest stylos. Orders promptly altend 1 to.
1003 U"! can. w.
Toil HENT HOUSE1.
AdurUttmenti unl(r OUi htad, four Una or
Ut, 25 ctnti for on ImtrUon; 50 ttnti for tnrtt.
22dnndPaavc,21rs $125 00
1787 N st, 12rs , lib 07
015 Kstnw, lCrs 100 00
014 17tli st n w. lOrs loo en
1021-23 N st n-w. lOrs.., 91 07
208 1st sine. 17 rs.
2101st stno, ITr
1011 N Havo. 10rs...,
1751 M st n w. lira....
138 11 st n e, Ors
1135 Stbstn w. 15rs.
Ml -1.1 . M rr lnw
ir03 Fstnw, 14rs..
131 iMiinTonu. urs.
EOBTst n w. 12rs...
4223d Btnw, Ore 60 UO
1012?2dstnw, Ors 50 00
1702 F n W, 10 rs 60 00
l.TEstn w.Mrs 45 00
1025 Corcoran nt, Ors... 43 50
C21 P st n w, lOrs 40 00
1935 15th st n w, 8r 45 00
14053lsttn w, lOrs 45 03
3327Pst.l2rs 40 00
SlOCstn W, 13rs SO 00
S23C stnw,7rs ;.. 35 40
1317 22d st n w, Ers 85 00
I1B B (t n o, 8rs 30 15
1930 11th stnw,7rs 28 00
1603 10th st nw, 8rs 27 95
431Qstnw,Grs 30 00
414 1ft stnw, Ors 27 50
1320Vstn W,7rs 25 65
20407th St. Ors 2-5 50
2820 Nstnw, ers.... 25 12
S-122) M st n w, 7rs 20 60
120811st 1107rs -. .. 2540
liosiotiistn w.Oro .... .. .. . . 22 85
2114 Kstnw, Ors 25 SO
C22LstnW 25 00
015 H O ave, Ors ,,.. 25 00
1125 N J avo. 7rs 22 92
1720 10th st n w,8rs, 22 80
1342Wst,Crs -. 22 60
12152911m w, firs 20 V)
15533dstnw, Ors 20 80
413 11th stsc. Ors 18 07
Hvattsvlllo, Ors 10 00
2131 Mst nw,4rs 15 35
414 Vaavoso, Crs 15 00
233 Muss avo no. Ors 15 00
2235 Cleveland, Crs 14 00
713Astno.0rs 13 40
2921 N st n w, 5rs 12B'i
22-11 Cleveland avo, Crs avo 13 00
9Jstn w,4rs 11 80
Tcmperanco avo n w, 5rs...., 12 50
1120 5th stno, Crs 12 30
SllOPst, 3rs 1203
C3 Fenton placo n o, 5rs 11 00
HSMstH o 10 00
4 Columbia avo n w, 4rs 0 30
1722 McKeovcr's alley, 4rs B 50
12 snow's alley n w,4rs,i.... ;:o
251815thst,4rs , 8 30
1 Rumscyallcy 8 00
1013 Temperance avo, 4rs ,. 7 50
STORES. ' .
20437th Btnw 13 00
B12 21st ttn-v 10 SO
II. II. WARNER & CO,, 010 F st n w.
1701 R I avo n w. 17 rs
... 200 00
.. 200 00
.. 200 00
... 115 00
., 125 00
.. 125 00
.. 125 00
.. 100 00
.. 100 00
.. 100 00
.. 75 00
,.. 75 00
.. 70 00
.. 70 00
1413 Mass nve, 17 rs and stable.
1411 K st n w. 13 rs
K22Vtaven w, 10 rs
1011 Connavc, 15 rs
1228 M st n w, 15 rs
1409 Mass ave, 15 rs
1737 Q et n w. 11 rs
1400 (hapln st n w, 13 rs
1742 I'Btn w,12 rs
1014 21st nw.l Irs
6C2Estn w, 11 rs
1402 C'hapln Btnw, 12 rs
1042 21st stn w, 10 rs
ISCOLstn w, 10 rs
914 12th st n w. 10 rs
1527 0 stnw, 10 ra CO 00
007 M st n W, 10 rs CO 00
117 II st n w, 8 1 s nnd storo CO 00
1750 P st u w, 10 rs 55 00
Pst, near21st,7rs 50 00
'Sfll 2lst st n w. 8 rs no 00
401 Ms. 10 is 50 00
1019 Corcurnn stn w, Ors 13 60
1538IlcrcoIiaeurS.-i, 10 00
2032Gstn w,10 rs.... 40 00
434 N J ave s e, 10 rs .- , 40 00
1439 Stougnton st, 8 rs 35 00
1420Sstn w.Crs 30 00
1354 4) stsw, Ors 13 00
Tho abovo houses can bo examined by per
mit from our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER CO.,
' 1321 F st. n.w.
1017 15th stnw. 12 ra. fur $150 00
1202Nstn w, 12 rs, fur 150 00
1001 II stnw, lOrs.fur 10000
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 Snruco st 40 00
1304 T stnw, 8 rs 40 00
1013 TBtn w, Ors 30 50
710 0th stn o.O rs 25 00
1819 8th stn w,5rs and stable 18 60
cnAS. E. BANES,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and G sts. n. w.
IJ"OR RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX-
room frame honsos, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and pnbllo school In
Unlontown. Inquire of A.BEHREND, 438 U
l-'Olt SALE UOUSKS.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one tnsertton; 60 cents for three.
! BEAUTIFUL CORNER RESIDENCE,
IN HANDSOMUST AND MOST CENTRAL
SECTION OF NORTHWEST WASHINGTON.
Will sell at
REDUCED IIGUHE ON EASY TERMS.
Tho owner or this beautiful cornor prop
el ty of 15 or 10 rooms, which has been held
nt $32,000, Is desirous of leaving Washington
at an early dato and will mako a material
rebate from tho actual value of same to
prompt purchaser. Por permit to inspoct,
etc., apply to J. B. WIMElt, 1313 F st.
1?OR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE, CHEAP.
Jj The owner of tho finely-built and Hand
borne 10 room stone and Brlek Houso,
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
home on a tavorito avonue
fc23,2w,diS J. B. WIMEIl. 1313 F St.
7?OR SALE-AN-EXCELLENT DOUBLE
lj brick cornor dwelling, situated In tho
best part ot tbo n w section; hand'omely fin
ished; with all modern tlttings and Improve
ments. Owing to circumstancos calling tho
owner to a dlitant city this property Isof-feii-dat
a low pi lea, and Is unquestionably
thcbe.it puichuso now attainable In that sec
tion; price $18,000. 11 II. ROBERTSON. 1515
II st. fo.'7-OO
F" OR SALK-A BARGaFnTf SOLO AT
once; 3-ntory and basement brlek hou,o;
7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated at
No. 433 1 st n w; price $1,300; terms ono third
rash, balance 1. 2 and 3 yoars. Apnly
to FRANCIS HUFTV. 1301 F st n w. fo37-?Q
I "For sale-on conn ave, a large.
1 commodious, sunny house, containing
all mod Imp, In a fashionable, and attractive
neighborhood. B. 11. ROBERTSON, 1315 list.
TXIRSALE A VERY FINE DOUBLE COR-
J? ner houso In the 11 w, with over 5,00i) feet
of mound; price $45,000.
B. II. HOUERTSON,
i-ji.i ji st n w.
170R SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA. 6 ROOM
; frame house, Just finishing; hydrant In
yard; lot 10x115; snug homo; pi lee. $800, Ap
ply to ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
T.-OR SALE-FRAME HOUSE 900 IN 25
.1! foot alley, bet Oth and 10th and G and H
stss w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; closota
fronting tho Potomac; 15 per cent invest
ment; lot 311 feet front by 021 duep, l'J foet
f 1 om Oth st. Apply within.
T7OR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
V bouses In Washington. 100.103 and 110
11th st n e; two-story and basement, bt own
stone trimmings; 7 rooms and bath; electrlo
bolls and gas: price, 3,500 each, $500 cash
balance to suit orjrado for gojfdjots.
IJIOR SALE-OH RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
: ner houso: 7 rooms; handsomoly pa
pered: 1000 North Carolina avo, Worth $5,
600. Will sell at a sacrifice or reat low.
OWNER. Room 20. 810 F st n w.
lOK HUNT KOOJIS.
Advertisements uwler this head, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion: 50 cents for three.
"I lANDaOME FURNISHED ROOMS. EN
I 1 hiiitu or slngla, at tho Buckingham, 020
1Mb st 11 w. overlooking MoPhorson Squaro.
iron RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
I' MiltiililnfiirwMitlonieii. No. DOS M st n w.
M"'ltS. HINi:S-"TlTKKLSMEliu"-lWS H
Htnw:now phtmblng. uuw furnitnro;
20 additional nionu; personal attention to tho
table: location ceutinl, near the Arllucton
nud WormleyV. fo7 00
Ilin I'hlrcel. .Iliiiiilier orjl'iiMliliiKfoii
siftcii i:fiiu nirv. All liK-ui Ntoilm
mill HeruillltM hontrhl mid sold.
11-story and bapement 10-room brleU
house; all modem Improvements; sltuuto
b'econd street, between U and I) so.
479 l'rlco, $0,000.
3-story frame hoiie,wlth largo lot; situate
on Sixth street, between II and O so.
U77 l'rlce, $3,000.
3-story brick home, containing 0 rooms
nnd bath; elzc of lot, 18x70; situate on (J
4C8 Price, $0,000.
a-story and back building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; nil modern Impimvc
nients; situate on corner of Ninth and 0
4&2 Price, $3,000.
2-story brick house, 0 rooms and hath;
situate on L street, between North Capitol
nnd First streets nw.
403 Price, .BIO.
n-story brick house, coiitiilnlnt; 12 rooms:
nil modern Improvements; sltuuto No. WJI
K street nw.
423 Price, -?I0,:.0O.
.1-story brick house, 10 rooms; size ot lot,
25x123; situate No. 1423 N st. nw.
2S1 l'rlco, $10,000.
2-Btory and basement; brlclc houso, 7
rooms and bath; situate on New Ilampshlro
avenue, net. i,aim n sts. nw.
400 Price, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brlclc houso; situate on
Cleveland ave., bet. 12th and 13th, W and
405 Price, $1,000.
2-story 0-room brick house, on Wallach
481 Price, $1,300.
2-story O-room brick house; situate 011
442 Price, $;"),100.
3-story brlek house, containing 11 rooms
and bath; and all modern Improvements;
situate No. 1220 O st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improvcd'property on the north side ot
fi St., wide front.
14 1 Price, $33,000.
A large stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under leaso to good tenant,
paying 0 per cent.
317" Price, $23,000.
401 Frame dwolllng. Grant ave., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
400 Four alloy houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Price,
460 8-room frame house, lot 20x75, on I.
st. se. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story nnd cellar brick house, 9
rooms and bath; situate on Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houso In Aloxiindrlii, Vu,
3-story brick dwclllr.c, 13 rooms, with
ofllco annex nnd large side lots; situate on
cor. Duke aud St. Asaph bts.; lot 7xS9.
3-story nnd back building dwelling, con
taining 13 rooms aud bath; lot 70x90; sit
uate No. 014 Prince st.
402 Price, $0,500.
3-story nnd back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Prince and Patrick sts.
452 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling houso, Ijullt In tbo
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; size of lot 32x1 12.
391 Price, $11,500.
2-story and back bulldlug brick house,
containing 8 rooms, sltunto on Columbus
st., near Prince.
483 Price, $2,400.
49S 3-story brick dwelling house, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern Improve
ments; large side yard; sltuato on cer.
Washington and Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the bent situation In Alexandria. Price,
$8,000. Terms One-third cash, balance
one nnd two years.
Houses at Falls Church, Vs.
A new cottage, eltuato only 5 mfnutos'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. .t O.
It. It., Va., containing 6 rooms, bath, pan
try, and trunk room; slo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms oasy.
ALSO A new cottage, Bltuato only 5
mluutcs' walk from Falls Church station,
W. it O. 11. 11., Va., containing, parlor,
dlnlng-ioom, kitchen, 4 bcd-roouiB, bath,
servants' room and attic. Price, $3,500.
"tiit'iiiil (.t'oiiint Xorllit'iiMt Hint South
All of squaro 1094.,
lluilillng Lois In all section? of Un Oily.
Real Estate Broker,
1.101 I'StiKt, Masliiiigton,
Directory of L?W',es and Law hn
TEAN & II1NDMA.R8U,
402 Louisiana Avontft.
605 I) stroo northwest,
WittfllDgWO, I). '
Wobstcr Law Building.
Residence, 121811 strcot northwest.
rnilOMAS M. FIELDS,
J Attorney at Law,
Corner 41 and D -t routs nw.,
, . ... Washington, I 1
Resldcnco, 918 Qst nw. fe- 0.tin
RIDDLE. HI'NRYE. DAVfS.
RIDDLE & DAVIS,
Attorneys ni Law,
Ha-,n romovrd their office to the Kendall
Building, corner Fonraud half and D'tiee'i
IB A WEBB,
ATTOI1NEYS AND COUNSELLOR.
400 Fifth Street,
WiSUl.VOTO.N, D. ( .
William I). Wobb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John t-ldney Webb. ffb2?,d.f.tt
321 Four aud-a-half street,
ATTORNEY-AT. LA W.
321 and 323 41 St., Ctmuucuy Bnildlng, near
Louisiana avo.. Washington, D. V.
Practice In tho courts of tho Ditrltt and ot
Prlnco Georgo's County, MJ. fr37-il&s,tc
322 Four-and-a-half street n.w., near Cltylf.lt.
Washington. I). C. fe27-di.s.tf
DWARD A. NEWMAN,
Washington, D U.
321 Four-nnd-a-halr street n. w.,
i f c27-d &S. t f
CitAnLEB Aheiit. John W. Waiinkii.
a BERT & WARNER,
Attorneys nt-Law, Rooms 9 aud la
482 Louisiana avenue, Washington. I. C.
Prnetleo In tho Courts of the DMrlot.
Court of Claims, Supremo Crart of tho
United States and ExecntUo Departments.
TDOBERTE. L. WHITE,
482 Louisiana Avcnne.
P. O. Box 701. Wathlngton. D, V.
.472 178 Louisiana Avenue n. w .
fe27-d&stf Washington, D, t
G F. PHILLIPS. J. 0. ZACHRy!
Q. F. I), MtKENNEV
PHILLirS, ZACURY i McKENNEY.
Attorneys at Law,
fe27CO SnnlJulMIng, Fsl
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON,
roil SAtB AND HKVV.
TJEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 917 Fstreet.
Changes made Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STOHY URICK AND FRAME nOL'HJJS FOR
1123 Cth stn w, bh, 9 rs $s.ouo
223 Indiana ave n w, b b, m 1, 9 rs 7,503
1731 10th stnw, bh, Ors 7.500
1229 Mass avo n w, f b.Srs 7,350
asi stn w.bh, 11 rs tUAl
SOSethstn w, bh,8 re , i.mo
2211 and 2213 7th st n w, b b, 8 rs 1,000
3255 B st n w, b h, 10 rs 3,000
1132 20th Btnw.b b.Srs 1,5X
Alloy between 21st ana iM. m and N sts
nw, bh.Ons , 1.50a
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOK
010 to COT Md avo s w, b h. 4 rs SIH.oi'fi
1114 and 1110 Oth st s w, b ft, 7 rs, and 1
f h rear Ci-PO
400 nnd 408 11th stn w, bh, 6 rs.. ...... XbOO
2C913Jstsw. bb. ml. 8 rs 5,000
404 and lotf S Capitol st s w, f h, Urs.... J.ocoi
312 nnd SUM stn w, I b, 4 rs 2,30(1
421 8th st s w. f h, 3 rs 2.000
4181 sts w.bh.S rs 1,800
12 Capitol alley a w.bh, Ors 1,133
Alley bet 4i and Ctb.H and I tstssw,
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Pa avo. bctOth and 7tbsts s 0.... SJ OO
24th st, bet L and M sts u w 1 5Q
O Et. bot 1st and 3d sts n w
No cor Va avo and 22d btnw
0 st, bet 2d and 3d n 0
S w cor 3d mid L sts n 0
Bth st, bet Va avo aud Gets 0.. ......
Istst, bctOand l'sts s w 10
HOUSES FOH RENT.
1152 22d stnw, Ors $3050
413Lstnw,Ors 30 0J
82722dstn w, 11 rs noon
2012Ebtnw,9 rs 25 0(1
4S0 7thstn w.2 rs 2300
W7 A nt a e, 6 rs -. 20 00
007 N st n w. 7 rs 2000
142 Cat lie, 7rs 20(W
SSKstne, Crs 2000
323 D Bts c.ers moo
010 Md avoB w, Ors 17 no
140CMdavene,C rs 17 Oil
1230 Wyllo st n 0, 6 rs nor
1015 U stn w, 6 rs id .10
13024) stsw.Ors 15 30
1713 7th stnw, 6 rs 13.10
Kervat-.il Honse, Woodley Park.Srs. M 00
7Hopoavose, 4 rs 8 30
705Farrugutt.tnw, 3 rs 8 oa
1122 Green's alloy nw, 2rs 3 00
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Safe as U. S. bonds: 5 por cent,, uayablu
quarterly; In sums $1,000.
In sums to suit at 6 per cent.
Tho abovo Is onlr a rortton ot tbo property
on my books. For full list call at office for
bulletin. Issued on the 1st and litb.
CUUKTllY llCAL KSTATII.
r?OR SALB-ABOl'T 17 ACRES ON 3D ST
t) no oxtendod, on tho lino of tho EcMds
ton and Soldier Homo Rallwar. being a nai 6
ot tho ostato of the late Chief Justice Chase,
now called "Edgowoodj" a good opportunity
for Investors. For particular,, price, etc.
Inquire ot CH APIN BROWN, 323 4) st n w.
..O-io 40' or richl."
Mineral aud Timber Lands for halo
LOTS and ACRE PROPERTY tn lllj Stono
Gap. Noiton and St. Paul, lu Wiocatin
ty, and Dunganon.iu Scott county, Virg'nU.
Resident, business and farm prirvHv
bought, bold or loosed Address Wm A It.
Robertson. Ab "life is sliort," put It "War '
Robcrtbon, Big Stono Gap, Virginia.
; located; adjoining Cbarlottosvlllo. Vu ;
ovor tx.0 acres, all mod Imps, Including flnu
furniture; only $35,000. B. II. ROUBItrsON,
1315 H stnw. HV-M
SIO.MIV TO LOAN.
C. RILL. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Bargains In all parts of tbo city. Lift
and Flro Insurance. Corner tth and Fj's
n w, Lo Droit Building.
TIONEYTOLOAN FOR bUILDING Pl'Il
llJ loses. No delay when wourllv Is a--ccptablo.
EMMONS A BROWN, 0J0 F st n w.
Tl II ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OK
111 flrst-clasB socurlties at lawwt rates ot
latcrost. No delay whero security Is good.
O. C GRKEN.
SOJ 7th St. n. w.
ONEY TO UOXS ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 L.l avo.
MEY' IK ALL SUMS.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE hEl'C
AT 5 AND 8 MR CENT.
M. M. PARKER,
111a f st.
NSTALLilENT LOANS-WE ARB ..'
tnorliwi oy ino cuucm Becoruv i.ue in
snranceand Jiust(.omiany 01 rniiiM";iu
to advance money on improved propofviti
Washington np to 75 per cent, of actual r
Kot value, wlib or without life lasnrii'o.
Loans rayablo In monthly or qiuni'i'v n
stallments, tunning 5, 10, 15 or 20 yo.i" - lu
many Instances tbo iMruieuts aro ie,- itun
' thoicntalofabouse. V. U. SMITH A bON,
1222 F St II W.
MONEY TO LOAN
lu snm to lull
On Approved Real Etato Soourtty.
B.U WARNER A CO.,
ia F tt. n. w.