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IfLK WASHINGTON CBlTJk SUNDAY, MAKOII 9, 18JM).
IN THE SOCIAL WORLD.
ONE OF THE GAYEST LENTEN SEA
SONtJEVER KNOWN HERE.
AVliI to ltnueo Polks Will Tukn HoutH
rrn Trip Cnlilnnt Iticopllons ,n
iioiincomoiits of Pnslilonalilo Ilvonts
Interesting Personal Gossip,
There Is (nil; on till slili s In society ot it
revival of gaieties nftor Lent which shall
tlvul tho London season. This year thoro
ctctns a greater probability of accomplish
ing this hcrctoforo iinaccomnllsbablo fo.it
becaupo of tho largo nuiuhcr of halls and re
ceptions postponed In the beginning of Fcb
iiiary. It Is n dlfllcult matter, howaver, to
loi ( tell anything definitely on thosiibject,
rs the plan has boon attended always on
liU'Vlonsocrnslons with n lamontablo fail
ure. One thing, however, Is certain, and
that Is that. thu present Lent, is tho gajest
tier Known in tho social nnimlsof Wash
Tho Euicracucv Class will meet at tho
usldctico of tho II awalian .Minister.
It) the ovening Mr. and Mrs. Cabell havo
Invited cnests to meet tho Norwood Liter
ary Society, who will bo addressed by Mr.
Charles Dudley Warner at 8:;j0 o'clock.
Tho French Class will meet at the rcsl
detico of Ml6s Ornco Davis,
Mrs. Hearst has Issued cards for a inusl
cale at i o'clock.
Dr. aud Mrs. Hammond will cntcrtnln
their friends at a piano recital at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. Noble will bo at homo Infoimally
after C o'clock.
Mrs. Phillips will glvo .1 dinner in honor
of Miss Oraco Davis.
In tho evening Mrs. Dahlgrcn Will hold
her third Authors' Heading.
Mrs. Gorman will hold a full dross recep
tion for tho benefit of tho Homeopathic
Mrs. J. 0 Hrccklnrldge will givo a
luncheon to Mrs. Mclicc.
In tho evening Mrs. Howard Gannon
Whlto will glvonmi-cuipme domino ball
to tho Dancing Class at 0 o'clock.
Senator Mitchell will glvo a dinner party.
Wnnaraakcr will hold her second in
Silts Anna Wilson will glvo a card party
to Mr. and Mrs. McICec.
.Mrs. Harrison, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. liussell Harrison and Mrs. and Miss
Wanaraaker, will loavo on Thursday for a
Southern trip, on which they will bo absent
a week. Mrs. McKco will remain, at tho
Wblto House, whero sho will bo joined in a
few days by Mr. McKoe, who will como
fiom Indianapolis to remain with hor dur
ing tho absenco of Mrs. Harrison.
Hiss Edcs gavo a luncheon yesterday In
honor of Mrs. Kont of New Vorlt, the guest
of Mrs. Condlt, who was among tho gut sts
present. Tho other ladles wcro Mrs. Jus
tice Field, Mrs. Charlea II. Gibson aud
Mrs. J. P. Jones.
Mrs. Hearst has Issued Invitations for a
i-mall daneo to youngpeopleon the evening
of the 2Sth instant.
Mrs. II. G. Whlto has Issued Invltatlnnn
for a imislcalo Wednesday, .March 13.
The ladles of tho Cabinet have decided to
receive Informally hereafter one afternoon
eauhweekln order to see their personal
frlitds and also to bo able to call upon each
other. Mrs. Wonamoker will receive Fri
day aljernoons In March, .Mrs. Rusk
receives on Wednesdays and Mrs, Noblo
tho eamoday after 5 o'clock.
The several meets which have been held
recently at Dumblauo Club havo not been
satisfactory, as throughout tho cioss-coun-try
riding the hounds have remained per
fectly dumb. This is thought to bu duo to
tho fact that thoy have only followed au
aniseed trail; but as the laws'of the District
are very stringent In regard to fox hunting
It seems hardly likely that thero will bo a
chauco to thoroughly test tho pack In this
manner. Tho muster of tho hounds, In
whoso cbargo they wcro brought from
abroad about sl.t weeks since, Is Mr. Ilrls
coo, son of Sir William Bra-coo of England,
who with his pretty young English wifo
makes his homo at Dumblano Club.
Mr. Goorgo Eustfs, who rocently left for
New York with hlawlfo after a snort stay
with Senator and Mrs. Eustts, has turned
his country place in Frederick Into a stock
farm, whero ho has a largo number of
thoroughbreds which ho Is nowruielngfar
tho track. Mr. William Euslls also has a
stock farm near Washington, and In ad
dition to raising racc-koraos, has a kcnnol.
Sir Roderick Cameron, who, slnco his re
cent arrival In this country has been stay
ing In Now York, camo to Washington on
Thursday to attend tho reception given that
ovening at tho llrltlsh Legation. Mr. Charles
Tuppcr, sou of Sir Charles Tupper, and Mr.
Chlpman of Ontario also camo to tho city
lor the same purpose
Mrs. Cleveland, after a course of vlo'ln
lessons during tho past winter, has already
attained an unviable degreo of proficiency
on that king of Instruments.
General Edward Bealo received a lino
offer last week from a syndicate of capi
talists on tho Pacific Coast for his ranch In
California, on which ho has set tho prico
at $3,000,000. -Mr. Truxton Bealo will
leavo In a few days to arrango tho burlncss
uctaiis oi mo projectcu saic.
Mrs. Dolph receives Informally during
Lent, Monday afternoons and on Thursday
evenings entertains her friends at Informal
I.Ieutcnaut-Commandcr J. MeGowan, U.
S. N., has not been ordered befor -a retir
ing board as was reported, but on accouut
ofbls health has obtalucd six months leave
of absence from tho Asiatic s',aadron, to
which he was attachod, and w .h his wifo
has started for Carlsbad via Marseilles.
Miss Joslo Itelton, daughter of tho Adjutant-General,
U. S. A., left tho city on Tues
day for Now York, whero sho sailed tho fol
lowing day with Dr. Cushing and family of
California for Constantinople, from whero
they will go to Vienna and then to Eng
land. Dr. Rogers, V. S. N., and wife, now
stationed at Fortress Monroe, will soon
como to Washington for a visit to .Mrs.
Ramsay and Mrs. Hill, as the latter has
been a greatlnvnlldforsome time past with
Sir Julian Pauncefote, in addition to his
other social accomplishments, is a Una
musician and has already published a
number of his compositions. Tho piece
which ho considers his best Is "Sybilla,"
a waltz which ho has dedicated to his
tccond daughter and composed shortly be
fore ho received his appointment asMlnlster
to this country.
Madam Mendoncn, wife of tho Brazilian
Minister, on special mission to this coun
try, was ono of tho popular hostesses In
formally ut homo Friday afternoon. Thu
house which was leased partially furnished
from Dr. Guy Whiting, has been beautified
wiih many raro works of art, gathered lu
tho course of oxtenstvo travels abroad.
Among tho large number of raro paintings
all of which arohy celebrated artists
Is Caret's "Shepherd playing with his
sheen," which llrst won him recognition as
a painter by being accepted and placed on
lino at tho Academy.
Mrs, James Dcalo of Baltimore Is tho
guest of Mis, and Miss Thonlr.
Miss Vouiiir of Augusta. Mo., who has
beeu spending thu winter In Wastlngtou as
tho guest of Colonel Oilman's family, at
1U37 Fifteenth ttreet, returned to her homo
intho.Noith on Friday, greatly to tho re
gret of the nuniei oua friends made during
her stay In this city,
Mu.lor J. 1!. liocho, lT. S. A., who has
been In the city fur some time past, has had
his leavo nf absence extended two weeks,
ut the end of'whlch tliuo ho will return to
his poi-t at El Paso, Texas.
Mr. Eerier of California, Miss Ferror aud
Miss Caimelllu Ferrer arc the guests ot
Senator and .Mis. lloaist.
Mlts Ruby Miller, daughter of Major
Mlllrr, i; S. A , Motioned at Fortress Mon
roe, Is In the. city on a visit to her grand
mother, the wluw ot the Uitu General Ilas
lllus, I . S. A.
MIm Wiimiiiiiilu'r has returned to tho city
after tin iilu-cnco of Miveral weeks, having
left the city with her mother for New York
to welcome Mr. Rodney Wanamakor upiu
1 '- I'ltmii In in abroad.
Mls Helen liny, tho 15-ycar-oU daugh
ter of Colonel and Mr. John Hay, cutcr-
tains tier young menus one morning m
each week, when they assemble to receive
detraction from a dancing master. Tho
Im.rni Inbn nlnra. hi tl.n In..,,, tir.il .tiwM-
I any dliilng-ioom, tho Moor of which Is as
highly polished as that of any ball-room In
Mies Ethel lngalls has gone to Rochestor.
New York, to spend a fortulght with a
Miss Lucy Coleman of Virginia Is visit
ing Commissioner and Mrs. MauDnnnld,
who bavo also as their guest Miss Nanulo
Green of Culpcpcr, Vn.
Mrs. Charles II. Gibson will omit her
usual reception on Tuesday.
Mrs. Iieckcnbaugli of Hagerstown re
turned to her home yesterday aftor n
week's visit to Mrs. Peachy.
Mrs, and Miss Audcnreld aro in Rome,
whero tho former has recently been qulto
111 with fever. Thoy will not return to this
country be f oro thenutumn.
Miss Thompson of Philadelphia, who has
been tho guest of Miss Katy Reach for sev
eral weeks, will return to her homo to
morrow. Lieutenant Frank, Hardle, 17. S. A., and
Lieutenant Brower. V, S. A., left on Friday
for a short slay at Fortress Mouroo.
Mrs. It. M, G. llrown left tho elty yestor
day for Aiken to join her mother, who has
been qulto 111 rcecntly, and who, with ox
Senator Davis, left, for tho South a few days
ptevloiiB lu their private car.
Mr. and .Airs. William Thompson Harris
gavo a card party last ovening In honor of
Mrs, McKco. Among thoso present woro
Mrs. Russell Harrison. Lieutenant and Mrs.
Buchauau. Mr. and Mrs. WllUara Hill, Mr.
Charles Glovor, Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Mo
Cauloy, Dr. and Mrs. Magruder.MIss Amu
Wilson, Mies Phenlx, Miss Reach and her
guests, .Mr. and Miss Thompson of Phila
delphia, Mis Stllh, Mr. Kellogg, Mr. Alec
Legarc, Mr. Alger, and Mr. Hayward.
Mr. Samuel D. Trlmhlo left last ovening
for St. Louis, aftor which ho will visit his
eMcr. Mrs. Charles Stein, at Puoblo. Col.
Mr. Trlmblo will go as far West as Denver,
and remain abfent for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry King have returned
to tho city, and will reside at 1021 Eighth
Miss Graco King of Nowark, N. J., Is
visiting her relative, Mr. H. Kiug, jr.
Ho 6iirv. and call for Dr. Bull's Cough
Byrup If you oro troubled with a bad cough
Mr. L. B. Klcfer of Lancaster, Pa., wrote
us: Having a sprained leg of almost thirty
days' standing, and after trying half a dozen
advertised preparations lu tho market with
out satisfactory results, I tried Salvation
Oil, and In less than thrco days my leg was
all right again. There's nothing like It.
Tho following Is a statement ot United
States bonds purchased from August 3,
1SS7, to aud Including vestcrday: Amount
purchased, 4s, $123,502,300; 4s, $134,507,
E0; total, .258 310,250; cost, 4s, $157,437,
191; 4s, 145,310,807; total, S!02,750,09S;
cost at maturity, 4b, $2ll,418,052;45s, $152,
215,037; total, $300,033,001; Saving, 4s,
JfSO.OSO.KOO; 41s, $0,S95,S31; total, ,C3.
A JfcTiit. Contradiction.
Somo ono has told you that catarrh 1$ In
curable. It Is not so. Dr. Sago's Catarrh
Remedy will euro It. It is pleasant to uso
and It always docs Us work thoroughly.
Wo havo yet to hear of a case In which It
did not accomplish a euro when faithfully
ueid. Catarrh is a disease which It Is dan
gerous to neglect. A certain remedy is ht
jour command.- Avail yourself of It bo
fore Ihu complaint assumes a more serious
form. All druggists.
JIarrlago licenses havo been Issued to
Jaa.cs Morgan and Rhodlo Rlttuo; Joseph
M. Smith aud Ma L. Mason, both of
Indiana, Pa.; Raymond Beckett and
Martha James; S. K. Gwln and Ellen May
Eddy, both of Washington Countv, Md.;
f Charles Lewis and Mary Anderson.
of a chronic catarrh patlont.is often so of
fensive that ho becomes au object of dis
gust. After a time ulceration sets In, tho
spongy hones aro attacked aud frequently
entirely destroyed, A constant source ot
dlEcoinfort is tho dripping of tho purulent
secretions Into tho throat, sometimes pro
ducing Jnvetcrato bronchitis, which in Its
turn has been tho exciting causo of pul
monary disease Tho brilliant results
which havo attended Its uso for years past
properly designate Ely's Cream Balm as by
far tho best and only cure.
llefbro the l'robuto Judge.
Letters of administration have bccuJs
suod by Jndgo Cox In the estate of Alex
aimer nay, anu iu me citato or w,
iicavcr. uuo administrators quanueu.
Dr. E. T. Miller of Cross Plains, Wis.,
has expressed tho opinion that for obstinate
cases of syphilis and scrofula Ayer's Sarsa
parlila Is unquestionably tho most effective
remedy known to pharmacy. Wonderful
.cures have resulted from Its use.
Loolilnc Townril an Klght-Uour Day.
A commlttco of tho Builders' Exchange
will hold a conference this week with rep
resentatives of tho various labor organiza
tions In tho city for the purpose of Inter
changing views on tho feasibility of adopt
ing tho eight-hour day by tho building
trades of this city.
CniiHumminu Surely Cured.
To the VAilor:
Plcaso inform your readors that I havo a
Sosltlvo remedy for auovo-naiued disease,
y its timely uso thousands of hopeless
cases havo been permanently cured. I
shall ho glad to send two bottles of my
remedy i'iiei: to auy of your readors who
havo consumption It they will send mo
their Express and 1'. O. address. Respect
fully, T. A. Slocum, M. O., 181 Pearl
street. New York.
Lemuel 1). Peebles and Frederick W.
Wahl havo been appointed storekeepers In
tho Twenty-third dlstilet ot Pennsylvania.
Tliani's 1'xeollent Tonic.
Tho unexcelled that famous Old Rye
Berkeloy Whisky Is tho -leading brand of
pure liquor lu tho National Capital, and
can only bo had at Its headquarters, SIS V
sticet northwest, of Mr. James Tharp, "tho
Skiq & Scalpi
NO PEN CAN BO JUSTICE TO THE E3
tcem In which the Cirricun. Kbmuiiiki
aro held by tho thousand upon thouands
whobo lives have nccn mado happy by thu
euro of agonizing, humlllatlutr, Itching, scaly
and pimply disease of tho skin, scalp ami
blood, with loss of hair.
L'1'tiui'ii.v. tho groat skin cure, and Cuti
i i'iia 8n.u nu exquisite Skin lleuutlllor, pro
pared from It, externally, and Ulticima. Hk
MiiAKNT, the now lllood rurlfler, Intormilly,
aro a positive euro for every form of skin and
blood dhcaxe, Irom pimple to scrofula.
' Sold everywhere, l'rleo, Ctrricuiu, 50c;
KoAf, 25o ; lh:Mi.Vh'T, SI. Prepared by thu
PoTl'BIl llliril ANU llltJMC.U, UOIU'OIIATIUN,
Bend for How to Curo Skin Dlseasos."
SST'I'lmplei, blackheads, chapped
g&" olklnpruvoiilod by Cvm
S37" ci iia Soav.
lthuumatlsin, Klduoy I'alns and
ikuo.ssos speedily cured liy Cuti-
A A.Sri-l'Al.V l'LASTUll. tllU OIllV
aCLD MEDAL, f aEIB, 107B.
W. JlAKKlt Ai CO.S
i f j4utr lit j.I.lh.I kill 1 1 tiunst nnt
', m No Chemicals
Mi I y,' i . . i n il ijr.'iartlun. llln
. tkrtt il 'ttt the tntujiK -A
1 .1 1 im iMituMm h, Arftiwruiit
.'i ,ji, auU I. Uilp luiv fur mure
1. inn lu , . .tthia U 1 than wl ta a
.,.i''. It i dtlloloutf, iHiUrUl.lnu.
II i,lllfn l, l-'ASILT UlOlhllU.
. ml h 1 rabty mltjitnl fur InvHliiit
at m'U farruii la health.
riold liy (lre'i n ury where.
nv.At. khtatu siArri:itj,
llucnn In Annrotlu Properly tmprov
Iiiii llnwnril University.
As tho seamil advances tho prudent man
of means thinks seriously of what ho can
do villi his money that will yield htm tho
lnrccM safe return, and his thoughts nat
urally turn to real estate Invostiuonts. To
tho man of large Income a problem easily
solved presents Itself, for It Is well known
that almost uuy property within certain
limits Is hound to itdvuneo rapidly In valuo
with a ready market, but to tho masses
(celling homes or Investments that
wlllprovo better than Government bonds
and safer than stocks tho question becomes
one of the utmost Importanco and most
A-pi eminent real estate man, referring
to this phnso of tho question, said that ho
did not hesitato in Buying that tho sub
division neiofs tho Eastern Branch Bridge
was one In which ho has great confidence
and which will lind a ready market ut
prices within tho reach of all. Tho land
lies high, overlooks tho city and surround
ing country, Is healthful and admits of nice
suldlvlslou. Iho owners will expend a
good deal of money In grading, paving,
curbing, sewering and lighting the streets
so that the neluhborhood wilt coon ho in
"lam told," said tho snmo gentleman,
"that a California syndicate purchased op
tions on neurly all the property on tho Con
necticut avenue extension; that tho closfng
out of tliuo options might possibly dopond
on tho success of thu company lu gottlng
from Congress a charter to run a cable road
to thu District Hue, reuchlng Pennsylvania
avenue by Seventeenth, 11, and Fifteenth
btrccts. It appears now that there Is serious
opposition to thu cablo project from resi
dents on Seventeenth street. In vlow nf
tho fact that this syuillcato has Invested
$2,COO.O0O In real estato In tho District, and
proposes to Invest $1,000,000 In a cablo
load, making $0,000,000 of capital distribu
ted, and proposed to ho distributed, among
tho citizens of this city, I think tho mere
lilies aud dislikes of a few Individuals
should not bo consultel."
Another dealer said: "There Is continued
activity In tho northeastern section, and
thero aro to-day perhaps moro buildings In
eourso of erection thero than In any other
quarter with tbo same number of Inhab
itants to tho square mile. If Congress
would havo North Capitol street vacated
and pave It and other prominent thorough
fares lu that section, as should havo been
dono long ago, that would presont one ot
the most attractive districts for Investments
within my knowledge."
Architect John K. Baker of Orange, N.
J has submitted plans for a now chapel
which Is to bo built at Howard University.
Tho newcdlllculsto ho tnedlaval In stylo
of arcblttoturc, aud will occupy a com
manding position easily seen from Sovcnth
strcct road, and will bo constructed from
rock-faco whlto marble. It will bo ono
story in height, 55x85 feet, with moderately
nigu-pitcntu siaio rooi. . largo ciocu
dial will ornament tho facade, whlto a mas
sive belfry will add much to the general
efTect. Tno estimated cost of tho struc
ture is $25,000.
The work will bo dono under tho super
vision of Architect R. I. Fleming of this
city, who will also havo control of
a magnificent stono and wood cottago
which will be eracted near the chapel for
the use of Dr. J. E. Rankin, tho present
president of tho University. This building,
also designed by Mr. Baker and under the
tho supervision of Architect Fleming, will
be three stories with cellar, and contain
filtcen rooms with modern Improvements.
A blgh-pltehcd slato roof, with lofty chim
neys, tower, top bays and roomy balconies
will contribute much to the stylish appear
ance and ornamentation of the structure,
which, It Is estimated, will cost $20,000.
Mr. John E. Bcall purchased, a few
weeks ago, two largo farms In tho vicinity
of tho Tcnnallytown Electric Road. Tho
property contains 125 acres, aud lies partly
In Montgomery County and partly In tho
District. Ono hundred and sixty thousand
dollars Is the price reported to have been
ate oiiekn cucumbers;
They mado him qulto sick;
But ho took a few Toilets,"
That cured him right quick.
Au cosier physic
You never will flud
Than Pierce's small "relict!,"
Tho Purgatlvo kind.
Small but precious. 23 cents per vial.
HefYous, Bilious or Congestive Forms,
L. It. BROWN, XI. D.,
S3 West Jersey st..
Elizabeth, N. J., Juno 23, 1839.
Ihls Is to ccrtity that I havo usod for souio
mouths.wlth much satisfaction, tho combina
tion of remedies, for Headache, known as
BrlgRs' Headaeho Troches. Tho romody
euros moro headaches, ospoclally such a af
fect Nervous Women, than anything I am
acquainted with, and It this cortlQoato will
bo tho moans of bringing It to tho f avorablo
attention of sufferers from that troablo.I
shall fool that I havo dono thom a service
i,. It. BROWN.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Sold by all Druggists or sent by. Mall oil llo
celpt of Price.
K68' MEDICINE CO.,
ELIZAHETIT, N. J.
AOartUimtnti under thli head, fourlliutor
as, 13 cents for one Insertion; 50 cents for three.-
Salesmen' wanted' at onpe-a'pew
good men to sell our goods by sample to
thowholesalo and retail trade. Wo aro tho
largest manufacturers In our lino. Liberal
bnlary paid. Permanent position. Money
advanced for wanes, advertising, eto. For
terms address Centennial M'f'g Co , Chicago,
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Ofllco; Alio clock aud watch repairing a
JOK HAI.K LOTS.
U on Tcnnallytown Road and Woodloy
Lano, opposlto Oak Vlow. Klootrlo railway
tracks now laid to theso lots, which hivo
Klilcwnlks In front inul una nnitns. Pricol
lower than asked for other lots lu Imiuodiato
vicinity, sniau ensu paytuouts. Mommy or
yearly thno clven nt 6 per cent. Interest.
IKALL. IIIIOWN A CO.. lSil 1? Ht.
T WJLUAM LEE
tSuccossor 10 Henry Leu's Sous),
-TJ-JSTXJEI K T.IC311R
832 PSNN. AVENUE N. W.,
Ilraach ofUcc, aoa Uarrlond avo. 8. w
i'iiori:ssou insra m:tuui:
Tho Driinxltn or trim dm In tho North-wi-htorn
ProfofsorG R. Van Hlso delivered tho
flrsl lecture of the second half of the eourso
under tho auspices of tho scientific socie
ties of Washington in tho lecture hall of
the National Museum at Jslfi o'clock yes
tcrdaj afternoon. Ills subject was " Tho
Deposits of Iron Oro In tho Northwostorn
Tho PiorcMor illustrated his subject with
sevctal largo and vatl-colorcd maps, con
fining bis remarks to tho Lako Suucrlor,
LaKu Duron and Wisconsin regions. Ho
refened lo Iho geographical formations ami
dcilcctlons of tho Iron oro and sllccoits
slato beds, tho deposits ot which, ho Bull,
had In en forming for hundreds of years.
Hospokaof tho dllTcrcnco between erup
tlonal ore deposits and thoso resulting from
tho chemical processes of nature. Thoo
oro deposits and mineral resources aro not
Incxhiiuitlble, and In fifty years time may
bo entirely depleted.
Is easily Injured Iho slightest, Irritation of
tho iliron' or larynx at once affecting It")
tone, flexibility, or power. All efToits to
slug or speak In public, under such condi
tions, becomo not only painful but danger
ous, anil should bo strictly avoided until
every symptom Is removed. To effect
speedy cure no other medicine Is equal to
The best of anodynes, this preparation rap
idly soothes Irritation, strengthens tho deli
cate organs of speech, and restores the volco
to Its tonu and power. No singer or public
speaker should bo without it. Lydia Thomp
son, tho famous actress, certifies! "Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral has been of very great, ser
vice to mo. It Improves and strengthens
tho voice, and Is always cfTcctlvo for tho
euro nf colds and coughs."
"Upon several occasions T have suffered
from colds, causing hoarseness and cnllro
loss of voice. In my profession of an auc-
tloncer any affection of tho volco or throat
Is a serious matter, hut at each attack, I
have been relieved by a few doses of Ayer's
Cherry l'cctoral. This remedy, with ordi
nary care, has worked such a
that I havo suffered very lltllo inconven
ience. I have also U3ed It in my family, with
excellent results, In coughs, colds, &c."
Wm. II. Quurtly, Mlnlaton, Australia.
" In the spring ot 1833, at Portsmouth, Va.,
I was prostrated by a severe attack of ty
phoid pneumonia. My physicians exhausted
their remedies, and for ono year I was not
nulo to even articulate a word. By tho ad
vlco of Dr. Shaw 1 tried Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral, and to my surprlso and great joy, in
less than ono month I could converse easily,
In a natural tonu of voice. I continued to
Improve nud have become since a well man.
I have often recommended the Pectoral, and
havo never known It to fall." (ieorgo R.
Lawrence, Valparaiso, Ind.
DR. J. C. AYER & CO.
Bold hy all Druggists.
Price 1 ; alx bottles, $7.
'REPORT OP THE CONDITION
NATIONAL METROPOLITAN BANK',
At Washington. D. C,
At tho close of businoss February S8, 1830.
Loans nnd discounts
0erdrnfts, secured aud unse
cured. IT. H. bonds to sccuro circulation.
U.S. bonds on hand
Slocks, securities, judgments,
claims, etc :
Duo from approved reserve aironts
Hue from other national hanks. .
Huu from State banks and bank
ers Hanking heuso, furniture and :lx
tures Other real estate and mortgages
Current oxcenscs and taxes paid.
Premiums onU. S. bonds
Checks and other cash I toms
Exchanges for clearing house...
Hills of other banks
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and cents
Legal tender notes
1)1.70 J 00
Capital stock paid, in S3CO,000 00
Surplus fund W,000 M
Undivided, l rofits ; 20.03S n
Dividends unpaid 43100
Individual donoslts Hllblcot to
chcok 1,302,031 7.1
Demand oertlfloatos of deposit... 1,400 00
Certified checks 8,857 81
Duo to other national banks 50,283 51
Duo to Stato bauks and bankers. 10,133 17
Jihti let of Columbia, st:
I, OEO.II. R.WIIITE. cashlor of tho abovo
named bank.do solemnly swear that thoahove
statement Is truo to the bOBt of my knowlodgo
GEO.n n. WHITE, Cashlor.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this
8th day of March, 1600.
ALFRED B. HRIGOS.
JAMES E. PI rail,
II. A. WILLARD,
"RETORT OF THE CONDITION
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' NATIONAL
At Georgetown, In tho District of Columbia,
tit tho cloo of business Feb, 23. 1S0O.
Loans and discounts
Overdiufts, secured aud unso
U. S. bonds to sccuro circulation.
U. S. bonds on haul
Stocks, securities, Judgments,
Duo from approved rcservo agents
Due from other national banks...
Duo from Stato banks nnd bank
ers Banking houso, furniture and fix
tures Current expenses and taxes paid
Premiums on U.S. bonds
Cheeks and other cash Items
Bills of other bauks
Fractional paper currency, nick
els and cents
Specie, (cold $171.011)
Lewi tender notos
Redemption fund with U.S.Treas
urcrOs per cent. of circulation).
83,000 f 0
, $1,181,110 0.1
Capital fctock paid hi
National bank notos outstand
IndlUdual depitlts itibject to
Duo to other national banks
Due to Statu banks and bankers.
SJ53.O.10 00 .
oo.iioo in ,
S0,40'i II I
' 3.IKS 45 I
.Si, 11,110 01
ih'rlctof Cotumlla, Vountyof Washington, sti i
1,. LAIRD. Jii., cashier of the abovo
nunied bank, do solumnly nvear that tho '
above stutement Is true to the best uf my
kiiowlidgo nud belief.
W LAIRD, Jii.. Cashier. !
Subtcrlbed and (.worn to before wo this ,
Gtllilay of Mai eh, 1H90 i
I.. S. PREY, Notary Public.
S. THOMAS 1IROHN.
336J-NOTICE-TI1E ANNUAL MEETING
' of tho Htookholdura of Hie I'allsudu
Laml, Cattlu and Mluliir; roeiiuny will bo
liol.l on TUESDAY. MARCH 85, 1K). AT
18 O'CLOCK NOON, at No. 1111 "tccind
lloor) P btteut n w., tor tho purpose I oloet
Ing a Boatd of Directors lor the onsiilti-' year
and Iransautingnny oilier business tint may
bo nccobhaiy. R. 11. DETHH'h.
Wabhlngton, D. t'., Maroh h, 1W. wn'"
MF X " S3$ I It
Ffl n Atlr.
INFANTS -Am; INVALIDS.
IrUDt "onj tt im 'J
Perfect SubsMuio for Moiwr's Milk
IN CHOLCnA INFANTUM ..NO TECTHINO
A quickly f(lmlltod Food for DYSPEPTICS,
A PERFECT NUTrtlENTin Ml wwtlnsdlncnTOft
REQUIRES NO COO HI NO. KEEPS IN All CUMATES.
SL'ND!"T.'""ho?!l"Th? Cnro on" t-'ooUlngoi
"-""Infants," mallod froo to any addreoa !
DOLIDE:n-GOODALECO Boston, Mass.
Kigr-AXIKmOAN NEnUtUTY AND TUU8T
COMPANY. 1 I1D U street n. w.
JIONKY nnOKIVEDupon deposit subject
fo cheek nt slslit and Interest allowed on
Six 1'Kli CENT, llrst loans upon city prop
erty for unlo.
OKOIIOKTOWN AND TKNNAU.YTOWN
HA1LHOAD stock for sale. A good invest
ment. Call and got particulars,
Kl'IlKI YC1II1' HONDS furnished.
Money loaned In sumsto suit.
Escrow deposit received and
HAI'K KKKI'INQ OUAltANTRED.
VALUA111.D I'AI'KIIH SAKELY KEPT AT A
A. T. nTHTTON. Pre sliHnt.
C. J. JIEf.L. 1st Vleo-l'resldcnt.
A. A. THOMAS, Sd Vleo-1'rcsldont.
1'EItOY 11. MBTZGKH, See. and Trcas.
C. J. Hell.
lamcs K. Fitch.
W. H. Thompson,
Harry P. West,
Henry K. Imohheim
.lames 0. 1'ayno,
Wm. M roates,
Mrtln P. Monls,
Alan II. Reed.
M. II. Parker,
'has, o. Duiioauson,
Efilngnam II, Morris,
Joseph A, Janncy,
A. A. Thomas,
M. W. Ileverldgo,
Crosby 8. Noyes,
John E. Herroll,
John S. Jcnks,
KJJ7". TREASURY DBI'AIIMENT,
-' OFl'U'K OP THE CONTItOLLER
OF THE I'UIlUBNOr.
WAMiitKiTON, March 5, 1990.
Whereas, by satisfactory cvldeuco pre
sented to the undersigned It Ihs been mado
to arpenr that tho Lincoln National Hank of
Washington, In tho city of Washington, In
tho District of Columbia, has compllod with
all tho provMons of tbo statutes of tho
United StatcB required to ho compiled with
hefovo an aoclutlon shall bo authorized to
commenco tno tinsincs of Hanking;
Now, thereforo, I, Rdward S. Laocy, Con
troller of tho Currency, do hereby certify
that tho Lincoln National Bank of washing
ton, In tho city of Wnshineton, in tho Dis
trict of'Columbln, Is autlnrized to com
rrcr.co tho business of banking, as provided
In section fifty ono hundred and sl.ttynlno
of tho l(evhcd statutes nf the United Stales.
In testimony whorcof witness my band
and seal of ofllco this Cth day of March, 1800.
E. S. LACEY,
Controller of the Currency.
lincoln national 11anic
op washington, d. c.
In necordnnco with the abovo authority.
tbo Lincoln National Hank of Washihcton
will open lis ofllco at the corner ofotliand D
streets northwct on or about tho TWENTY
F1I.TH DAY OP MARCH. 1800, for tho pur
peso of conducting tho banking business In
all Its branctifs.
John A.l'resoott, .I,lfarrlsou.lohnson,
Frcdcriek A. Stlor. Henry P. Hauer
Paul II. Croincl'cn, Receiving Teller.
William E. Abbott, II Bradley Davidson,
Watson J. Newton, Augustus llurgdorf,
William O. Denison, John A. l'rescott,
Job Barnard, Jesso C. Krgood,
Frederluk W. Pratt, Seymour Cunningham.
W. S. Hogo, Frederick A. Tsohlflcly,
Augustus C Coppcs,.!. Hurrlson Johnson,
Richard A. Walker.
CAPITAL S1,000,000 TEMHDltARYOFFICES.
1001 F st n w, previous to tho erection of
tho company's building, corner 0th and Y
MONEY LOANED ON. COLLATERAL AND
ON REAL ESTATE. Well secured loans,
guaranteed by tho company, forsalo. In
terest paid. Call on or correspond with us.
W. B. ROUISON, See. B. H. WARNER, Pros.
Charles B. Bailey, tJcorco F. Sohafcr,
James L. Barbonr, Thomas Somervlllo,
Goorgo E. llartol, John A. Swopo.
Richard W. Clay, J. 8. Swormstodt,
Borneo 8. Cummings, Hattorsloy W. Talbott,
J. J. Darlington, George Truosdoll,
John Joy Edson, 11. II. Warrior,
Charles J. Faulkner, A. A. Wilson,
Albert!'. Pox, L.D.WIno.
O. O. Green, 8. W. Woodward.
William B.Gurley, Chas.IlcnJ Wilkinson,
John B. Larncr, A. S. Worthlngton.
KSSPELECTION OP DIRECTORS-THE
' annual uloot Ion for seven directors
for tho COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
to servo tho ensuing yoar, will bo hold at tho
ofllco of tho company. Room No 1, National
Safo Deposit HulIdlncNowYorkavoandlStli
st.on TUESDAY, MARCH 11, proximo, be
tween tho hours of 1 and 8 o'clock p.m.
Books for tho transfer of stook will closu
March 8. It. P. BAKER, Seoretary.
'john b. clattk, john johns, d.
CLARK, JOHNS A McKNIOHT.
Attorneys-at-Law, 1116 P St., Washington,
Practleo boforo Committees of Congress,
thoCouttsnud the Executive Dopar'mcnts.
-T5TTHE COLUMBIA NATIONAL BANK,
i&S' 011 Put. n. w Washington, D. C.
A Goncral Banking Business Traniaeted.
B. II, WARNER, President.
A. T. HRITTON. Vlce-1 resident.
E.S. PARKER. Cashier.
1410 Tenna. avo., opposite Wlllard'a notol,
Thousands fiom far and near visit Dr. Whlto
for relief from and avoidance of corns, bun
ions, diseased nails and all other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.; Sun
days, 0 to 12. Established 1SG1. Foo. II.
KT5f"LADfES! LADIESI LADIESI
Mrs. McCafforty Is tho only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In tho elty. Call
and see her now shapes. Bleaching and
proising. straw and felt hats altered to the
latest styles. Orders promptly attonded to.
1009 G streot n. w.
gggjT'MHNir. PURE WATER
WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OPG.VIE
CITY FILTERS WITH STONE DISC; ALSO
JEWETVS IT I.TERS PACKED WITH CHAR
COAL AND SAND. WE CAN RECOMMEND
BOTH. M. W. BEVEItlDGE,
IMPORTER OF CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
mrr.d&Slw. 1000 PiNX. AVE.
KSywHY NOT HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
-' nmdo by ono of tho moat celebrated
cutters In Amerloar Prices i-amo as thoo
third-rate cutters cbargo. P. T. HALL, 003 F
st n w.
I'Oll HA Mi MISOISM.ANKOl'S.
Advertisements under this head, four lines or ,
lets, 85 cents for one instrtlon; 50 ants for thne,
I01UsAl7rS7MO BAToi'lLAS IST MORT
! sugo Bonds aro offered for khIo by
K. II COTTRULL.
No.lllSN. Y. avo.
T?OR SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
; hlyllsh Gray llorso, over 10 hands lilahj
lino harness and not much 11 -ed; Landau
mado by Joyce; are offered at roisonablo
rates ou account of owner loa Ing tho elty.
EA. C'OTTRELL. HIS N Y. avu.
FOR SALE-CHEAP FINE COUNTER nml
(helving, now In No, 713 7lht 11 w; must
bu sold at once. Apply 0231 stnw.
I70H SALE-S75-SPECIAL STAR. B1-INC1I,
1 silent rachet, 1 nickel, absolutely per
feet condition. Address or apply 333 A st a 11.
LOST AM) POUND.
1 OST-A SET OP PLANS OF A COTTAGE.
J J The Under will ploasoleavo lliera at this
ottleu und rouolvo thanks Irom tho losur.
Advertlstments under this head, four lints or
less, Sicentsfor one insertions; 50 cents for thris.
OW IS THE TIME. WE WILL PAY
'bli? mnni'v" tor mints' first-mass sac
oiiii-Lnud clotlilitfr Address or coll
JUblll'S OU) bTAND, 010 1) bt n. w.
roil ur.N '-urn ir.s.
Aitvfrttsmtttiit mitn ' inul, ftrur lints or
ten, ST, cfi( tor rmt InstrHnr,; V) Mil fnr thus.
!d nnd Ta ave,2lr
1737 N st, 1r ,
014 17th stn W, lOra
1021-sn N st n w. lOrs
a 8 1st st no. 17 rs
2101st stn o, I7rs
H-8 II st n e, Ors
1135 Otlidtn w. ISrs
. Ml Oil PIU W, 11T7.
I IfoaPstnw. Mm
jai Ain avon e. ins mm
nrsi'M nw, tsr J.1 0.1
1CT3 Nil avon w, Ors. , M )
4U23d stn w, Drs , go m
1012KdsttiW, Or i SO GO
W P n w, 10 rs MOO
13 E stn w, 14rs I10O
1055 Corcoran st.Ors.... 48 50
KM P pt n w. P'r- s 40 00
lti3.1 18th st n w, 8rs 1100
14H5. lint tti w, lOrs 1100
210 C stn w, Lira 30 00
3V3C stnw.Tri 31 10
13l7 22dstnw,trs'.. 310(1
dlH 1) st n e, 8rs 30 4.1
19301lthstnw,7rA 28 00
1MM ltthst n w, 8rs.
431 Qstn w.ors
411 iit stn w. ors
13'.'0Vstn w, 7rn
21-10 7th Bt.Prs
28?0 N st n w. 8rs. -. .
lcea H st n o 7rs
1108 loth stn w. Cm...
U11IK stn w,0rs
015 h O avo. Or
1720 lrth st n w, 8rs
l.V,23d sin w, Ors
41311th stso, Ors
8131 Mst nw.irs
301 on w.8rs
..... -f :!
. ... 30 00
85 I i
. . 2.1 40
. 2! m
. . 2.1 00
, 10 00
, 15 35
i 15 30
, 10 00
233 Mass avo n o. Crs
2235 Cleveland, Ors
713 A si no, Ors
2031 N stn w.6rs
2211 Cleveland avo, Crs avo. .
01 st n w, 4rs
Tempcranco avo u w, Ors... .
1120 5th ft no, Crs
SHOP st. 3rs
C3 Fcnton pluco n e, 5rs
4 Columbia avo n w, Irs....
1722 McKeover'a allov, 4ra. ,
12 s-now's ulloy n w, 4 rs. . .
2.118 15th st. I w
1 ltumsey alloy
1013 Temperanco ave, 4ra. .
013 21st st n w 10 M
11. U. WARN ER & CO,, 0M P st n w.
1T01 n I nvo n w. 17 rs
. 200 CO
. 800 00
,. 173 00
. 133 00
. 125 00
,. 145 00
, 100 00
,. 100 00
, 100 00
1413 Mas ave, 17 rs and stable
1411 K tt n w. 13 rs
MB Vt avo n w, 10 rs
1011 Conn avo, 15 rs
1228M stnw, 1.1 r s
1400 Mass avo, 15 ra
1737 Qstn w.llrs..- ,
1 ICO Chapln st n w, 13 rs
1742 V st n w,12rs
101 1 21st n w.llrs
t.C2 E tt n w. 11 ra
1402 Chapln stn w. V.
104221st stnw. 10 rs
lCCOLst n w, 10 rs...
014 12th st n w. 10 rs
007 51 stnw. 10 rs..
11711 st u w, 8 rs and storo CO 00
1760 V st n w, 10 rs 5100
I'st, near21st,7r3 50 00
1501 21st stnw. 8 rs 50 00
4CIMst K rs 50 00
1C19 Corcoran stn w. Ors 48 50
15?8 I'lcrco Place. 0 rs 10 00
2033 O st n W, 10 rs 40 00
434 N J avo s o, 10 rs 10 00
1430 Stoughton st, 8 rs 3.1 00
2000 Qstn W,2rs 33 33
1420 S st n w, 0 rs 30 no
13.14 41 st a w. 0 rs 18 00
Tho above houses can bo examined by por
mlt from our office only.
THOMAS J. FISIIKU CO.,
1331 F St. U. W.
1017 15th st n w, 12 rs, for
1203 N stnw, 18 rs, fur
10OI II 6tu w, lOrs, fur
, 100 00
. 40 00
, 40 00
axii is sin w, lars
732 21st Btnw, 14 rs...
814 1st stn w, 10 r3
Ml Spruce st
1301 T stnw, 8 rs
1013 T stn w.ors
710 Oth st no, Ors
1810 Sth stn w, Srsandstablo
With John F. Waggaman, i
N. w. cor. 14th and G sts. n. w. !
170R RENT TWO BRAND NEW SIX- I
. room frame housos, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and public school In
Unioutown. Inquire of A.BEUHEND.133U
TOll SA1.K 1IOUSHS.
Advertisements under this head, four lints or
less, 25 cents for one insertion; 50 cents for three,
J; BEAUTIFUL CORNER RESIDENCE,
IN HANDSOMEST AND MOST CENTRAL
SECTION OP NORTHWEST WASHINGTON.
Will Hell at
REDUCED IIGURE ON EASY TERMS.
The ownor of this boautlful corner prop
el ty of 15 or IU rooms, which lias been hold
nt $32,000, Is dosirous of loavins Washington
nt an early dnto and will make a material
rebate from tbo actual valuo of camo to
prompt purchns-cr. Por pormlt to Inspect,
etc., apply to J. B. WIMEft, 1313 P st.
I7OR SALE FINE RESIDENCE, CHEAP.
The owner ot tho finely-built and Hand
somo lOroom Stononnd Brick 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
homo on a favorlto avenue
fc.'vd&S J. B.JVIMER, 1313 F st
I JdK SALE-AN EXCELLENT DOUBLE
brick corner dwelling, situated In the
best pat t of tho n w section; handsomely fin
ished; with all modern fittings and Improve
ments. Owing to circumstances calllns thu
owner to a distant elty this property Is of
fered at a low price, aud Is unquestionably
the best puichasu now nttiilu.iblu Intlmt sec
tion; prlco $18,000. B U. ROBERTSON, 1515
I710R SAI.E-A BARGAIN IP SOLI) AT
! once; 8-t.tory and basemont brink house;
7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps; situated at
No. 430 1 st n w; prico S 1.300; terms one-third
cash, lialauco 1. 8 and 3 years. Apoly
to FRANCIS HUrrY. 1301 F bt 11 WV
IT'OR SALE-ON CONN AVE. A LARGE,'
1 commodious, Minny houso, containing
all mod imp, iu 11 fashionable, and attractive
neighborhood. B. II. ROBERTSON, 1515 list.
"I70R8ALK-A VERY FINE DOUBLE COR
J; ncr houso In tho n w, with over 5,x) foot
of trrnund; prico SIJ.OOO.
lais 11 bi u w.
I TOR 8ALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, 0ROO.M
; framo houso, just Unlshlng; hydrant In
jard; lot 10x115; Mine homo; prico, SOO. Ap
ply lo ROBERT J. THOMAS, Room No, 9, 013
ITOlt SALE-FRAME HOUSE 000 IN 25
J foot alley, bet Oth and 10th and G and 11
slss w; 7 rooms; hall ou both floors; closots
fronting tho Potomac; 15 por cent Invost
meut; lot 311 feet front by 031 deep, 10 foot
from Oth st. Apply wltlUn.
IT'OR SALE-THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
J? houees In Washington, 100,103 and 110
11 tli st 11 e; two-story and basement, brown
stone trimmings; 7 looms and bath; oloctrlo
bells uud gas; prico, $3,500 each, 8500 cash
balance to sultortrade for good lots.
IT'OR SALE-OR RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
X' ner houso; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered; 1000 North Carolina avo. Worth 85,
coo. Will sell at a sacrlfico or rent low.
OWNER. Room 20. 810 F st n w.
TO II HUNT IIOOSIS.
Adnrttttmtnts unJir this head, four lines ot
Iks, 85 ants for one Intti tlon; 50 ends for three,
HANDSOME FURNISHED' ROOMS? EN
Hulle orMnglo, at tho Bueklncham, 030
15th nt n w. overlooking Mol'horson Square.
RENT-TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
NO. 003 M st n w.
bt n w: new plumbing, now furniture;
81) additional rooms; personal attention to the
table; location cential, near the Arllnetou
and Wormloy's. foST-nu
1 liri 1' sticet. Jlcnilier of Wuslilngloit
' Sloili rM'liiiugc. All local HtOCliN
unit bwiiiithf. liotiulit uml sold.
fl-story and basement 10-rooui hrluk
house; all modern Improvements; eltuato
Hccond street, between U aud D so.
nil l'rleo, $0,000.
2-story frame house,wlthlargo lot; situate
on Sixth street, between 11 and (J so.
377 Price, $3,000.
li-story brick hnuc, containing I) rooms
and bath; size of lot, 18x75; eltuato ou C
ICS . l'rleo, $0,000.
3-story and back building brick dwelling,
containing 10 rooms; all modern Improve
ments; sltuato on corner of Ninth and O
IS2 Price, $9,000.
3-story brick house, 0 rooms and hath;
situate on L street, between North Capitol
and Flist streets nw.
403 Price, S2,o30.
3-story brick house, containing 13 rooms;
all modern improvements; filtuato No. 1)21
K street nw.
123 Trice, $10,500.
f!-6torv brick house. 10 rooms; sUo of lot,
25x123; eltuato No. 1123 N bc. nw.
231 Price, $10,000.
2-etory and hascment; brick houso, 7
rooms and bath; situate on Now Ilampshlro
avenue, bet. L and M sts. nw.
409 Trice, $0,500.
2-story 0-room brick houso; situate on
Cleveland avo., bet. 12th and 13th, W aud
105 Trice. S1.000.
2-story 0-room brick hotif e, ou Wallach
481 Trlco, $1,300.
2-story 0-room brick house; sltuato on
112 Price, $5,100.
3-story brick houso, containing 11 rooni3
and bath; and all modern Improvements;
sltuato No. 1220 G st. n. w
450 Trice, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north aide ot
G st,, wldo front.
114 Trice, $35,000.
A largo stahlo property In a doslrablo lo
cation; now under lease to good tenant,
paying a per cent.
317 Trice, $23,000.
491 Frame dwelling, Grant ave., Jlouut
Pleasant. Trice, $7,000.
400 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Trice,
4S9 S-room framo houso, lot 20x75, on L
kt. se. Trice, $2,000.
497 2-story and collar brick house, 9
rooms and hath; sltuato ou Columbia
Heights. Trice, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, V11,
3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
6fllco annex and large side lots; sltuato ou
cor. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot 78xSU.
3-story and hack building dwelling, con
taining 13 rooms and hath; lot 70x90; slt
uato No. 014 Trlnce st.
403 Trice, $0,500.
3-story and hack hulldlng brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate ou southeast
cor. Trlnce and Tatrlck sts.
453 Price, $3,500.
-i-story brick dwelling houso, built In tho
most substantial manner, containing 20
rooms; slzo of lot 52x112.
391 Trlco, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick Iiohec,
containing S rooms, situate on Columbus
tt., near Trlnce.
483 Trice, $2,100.
493 3-story brick dwelling house, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; large tide yard; sltuato on eor.
Washington and Cameron 6ts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the best situation in Alexandria. Price,
$S,000. Terms One-third cii6h, halanco
ono and two years.
lloitBes at Tails Church, Va.
A new cottage, sltuato only 0 minutes'
walk from Falls Church stations, W. it O.
R. 11., Va., containing 0 rooms, hnth, pan-
try, and trunk room; size of lot, 110x150
feet. Trice, $3,100. Terms easy.
ALSO A new cottago, sltuato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. fc O. H. It., Va,, containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Trice, $3,500.
Vnt'unt Ground Xortlienst anil South
All of square 1004 25c
" " South 1002 35c
11 " " 1030 SOc !
" " 1013 !)0c .
Half of " .1111 i 23c 1
4 lots " 10S0 30e
5 " 1005 30c
3 " " 10S4 ."Kc 1
1 " " 1107 20c I
5 " 1072 3oc
1 " " 1027 37Jc
4 " " 1005 -10c
1 " " 1045 12c
1 " " 10S0 50c
1 " loss 50c
3 " " 1020 50c
2 " " IWS 25c
11 " " 1057 00c
2 " " 612 1. SOc
10 " " 1050 40c
7 " ' 1003 032c
TxrrirvT r oait a nrc1
WH ,P StJlAK TnS
VY i.lJlX-i UUU rxi.i-iv)
Uuililiiig Lois inall actions of tlio City.
Real Estate Broker,
IMIll IMwt. Wusliliigtoil,
Dlrecfory of Lavye a-n Law F
TM5AN Si IHNnMAMSII.
-148 Lolllidnw wcdoii
M I) trtnflrtbwcHt
llosldence, lull II streei northw.'.
Attnrniir at Law.
Corner 41 nnd Dshcutnw .
, . . Wushlngton. 1)
Ilosldtuce, W8 Q.3t. nw. f.'is i -
A O. HtDlll.E. HKNUY E. DA , K
k. Itll'lll.r. A HAVIS,
Attorneys nt Lxw,
Have removed tholr oftlofls to the Fen j,
Hulldlng, corner Fourand half and I) tr r
northwest. ic"io, -
fEIHl ,t WEI1I1,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL! i
4W rilth Utreot,
Henry llondnll Webb,
John Sidney Webb. fohj.dA,'. '
TV ILLIAM TWOMHLV,
oj luiir'unu-twmii mreoi,
331 and 323 H ft., C'hanncoy Hulldlnp, j a-
Louisiana nvc. Washington, D. C.
Practices in tho Courts of thu District a' a '
l'rlnco Gcoreo's County, Md. f37 d4 -
T EON TODHINER,
.'122 Fotiranrl-a-half utrcct n,w.,rear City i n",
Washington. D. C. fe2i-d4S
ITiDWARD A. NEWMAN,
Wanblngton, 1 '
321 Pour-nnd-a-half street n. w.
e foS? t
CitAiats AmniT. Jonjt W. Waes h
A BERT i WARNER,
Attorncysat-Law, Rooms 0 and 10.
4i8 Louisiana avenue, w ashlncton, 1). C.
Practice In tho Courts of the DIsV ',
Court of Claims, Hnrremo Court of n l
United States and Executive Department.
pOBBRTE. L. WHITE.
Ib8 Louisiana Avenne,
P. O. Box 701. Washlnrtton. D. f
Tj S. BERLIN,
472 178 Louisiana Avenno u. w .
fc27-do;irtf Washington, D
P. PHILLIPS. 57(3. ZACII .V.
P. I). JrcKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACHRY i McKENNF.v
Attonieys at Law.
fi'BMIO Sun Building. P "
T ALTHEU8 JOHNSON,
fe27-dJi;stf 408 Fifth Stree1
FOIt HAM'. AND KENT.
OEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
THOMAS. E. WAGGAMAN, 017 F street.
Changes mado Wednesdays and Bataruay?.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUS38 FUK
1128 Cth Btnw. tin, Ors $e,m
223 Indiana avo n w, b b, a 1, 0 ra ... 7.5CO
1731 10th stn w, bh, Ors 7.503
1230 Mass avo n w, t h, Bra ... 7,3.
ssititnw.bb.ll rs ew
bOSCthstn w. bli, 8 rs 4,500
8311nnd2313 7thstnw,bb,8rs 4,000
3255 K st n w, b h, 10 rs 0,000
Alloy between 21st and 22d, M and N sts
nw, bh.Crs 1,501
2-STORY BRICK AND FRA' HOUSES TOR
CICto C10 Md nvo s w, b.h.4 rs
inland lllCCtlj Bt aw, b b,7rs,andl
f li rear COOil
400and40S 11th stn w, oh, 6 rs.. . . 1A)
830 13 ft 8 w, b b. m 1, 8 ra 1,000
404 nnd 400 S Capitol sts w.f h,6rs.... I.OOJ
348nnd8IIMfctew,f h,4rs 2,31
18IBthBtsw. f h.&rs -.000
4181 ttsw.bh.fi rs J.SOO
18 Capitol alley s w.bh, Ors 1,13 J
Alley bet Ij.and Cth, II and I sts s w,
4 ra !3
UNIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Per f 3' t
ra nvc. bet Cth and 7th sts so $3 00
81th tt, bet Land M sts nw...... ... . 150
O bt, bet 1st and 3d stsn w 83
N 0 cor Va ave and 88d st n w 7.1
Gbt,but2dand 3d n 0 CO
s wcorSdnnd Lstsn 0 5a
Mount Tleasant 4
Sth bt. bet Va avo and Get so 30
Cor 13tb and Emporia sts, Hrooaland. 10
lsttt, hot O and Fats s w 10
HOUSES FOR RENT.
1152 22d stnw. Ors
113Lbtn w.O rs....
1 Sjf ,. w b J
1 4307lhaVn w,2 rs::'.'...::'.:'.,.'.:::'.
fc27 28dstu w.O rs.
t'iC7Abt a e. 8 rs
CC7 N st n w, 7 M -
148 est no, 7 ra
B83 D bt s o, 0 rs
010 Md avo s w, 0 rs -
1 loc Md avon 0, C rs
1830 Willost no, 01-3
1(115 U bt n w, 0 rs
1303 4; BtKW.Urs ,
1713 7th stn w. Ors
Kervaiid Houso, Woodley Park, 3 rs.
705 Furragutbtu w, 5 rs
1138 Green's alley nw, 2rs
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT.
Salo as U. 3. bonds; 5 per cent., payable
quarterly; In sums 81.000.
In sums to suit at 0 per cent.
Tho obovo Is only a portion of tho property
on my books. For full list call at oCice for
bulletin, Iscued on the 1st and 19tb.
country ki:ai. KSTATIJ.
IT'OR SALE ABOUT 17 ACRES ON 3D ST
; n e uxtonded, on tho lino of tho Eckins
ton and Soldiers' Home Railway, being a part
ol the estato of tho late cwof Justice Chase,
now called "Edgowood;" a good opportunity
tor Investors. For particulars, price, etc .
Inquire of CHAP1N BROWN, 323,41 stn w
...11" 40' or 1'lsht."
Mineral aud l'lmber Lands for Sale
LOTS and ACRE PROPERTY in Big Stone
Gap, Norton und St. Paul. In Wiao coun
ty, und DunKiiuon.la Scott county, Virg'n'a.
Resident, business und farm property
bought, told or leanxl. Address Wm A It.
Robertson. Aa "life Is short," pot It "War '
Robertson, Big Stono Gap, Virginia.
i?or sale-birdwood-bkautifi liy
. J- located; adjoining Charloltesvillo. Va ;
over 500 acres, all mod imps. Includinn tinH
furnltuio; only $35,000.
lUJUtl Bill w.
DIONT.Y TO LOAN.
C C. HILL, REALESTATE AND LOANS
D. Bargains (null parts of tbo city. I'fo
and Fire lnuranco. Corner Kth and J- '
n w, Lu Droit Building.
TVfONEY TO LOAN FOR LUILDING I'LR
Ml rosos. Nu delay wheu security Is a'
eeptaWe. EMMONS BROWN, 030 P st a w.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
rtml-olawi boeurltleti at lowest rates ot
itat. No delay whore security Is good.
ONF.YTO IX1ANON GOOD BECUH'TY.
HTLE CO., 470 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS.
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECT.
AT 5 AND fl TER CENT.
JI. L PARKER,
1 NKTALlilENT LOANS WK ARK
X thorlzed by tho United SecnrPv !
mi'iinco Hnd Trust Comluny of l'hlUi
toudvoncu money ou improved propt.
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual
ket value, with or without life lnsu'
Loans pnyuble In monthly or qnartti y
btallmiuts, runulug 5, 10, 15 or Do roar
inauy iMtaneos tno paymeuis aro 10-s
houso. P. U. BM1TU A SfN,
ONEY TO LOAN
in enuis to suit
uu Avproveu teni ttstaiumwan'j-
11. U. WARNER A l L.