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THE WASHINGTON CB1TIO, SUNDAY, MAltOII 10, 18U0.
IN THE SOCIAL WORLD.
LUNCHES, TEAS AND DINNERS FOR
THE EASTER HOLIDAYS.
Mill llnrrlsnn nml Her nnurjlitor-ln-I.nn
nil l'nlnlnr on China and
l'orcelnln New nml 1'orsonnl
Gossip About .Society 1'coplo.
If tlie plans of tlio social world In re
gard to entertainments for tlio Kastcr holi
days arc carried out, that week will mark
llio flood-tldo of luncheons, teas, dinners
and evening routs for tho season. Promi
nent In this list will bo a largo subscription
pcrinnn by tho gentlemen and several balls
in honor of tho Dancing Class. For the
present week tho leading ovents arc!
In tho ovcnlnc Colonel and .Mrs. John
Hay will clvo an Informal roceptloii In
honor of General Armstrong of Hampton
51 lis Clara Fleming will give a luncboin
Tho Young People's Dancing Class will
meet at the resldcuco of Colonel John Hay
1o celebrate the flfteouth birthday of his
Mrs. Hearst will give a muslcalo at 4
Mrs. Noble will rccclvo Informally after
In tho evening Mrs. Dahlgren will hold
the last of her series of authors' readings.
Mrs. Wlndomwlll recclvo Informally.
In tho evening Mrs. Howard 0. Whlto
will give a muslcale, at which tho por
formers will como from New York es
pecially for tho occasion. Thoso who will
take part are Mr. and Mrs. Ocrrltt Smith,
JIhss Emily Wlnaut, Mr. Francis Fisher
Powcis, Mr. Arthur I). Woodruff and tho
Decthovcn String Quartette
A sons recital will bo held at tho resl
dcuco of Postmaster-General Wanamakcr.
The performers on that occasion will bo
Miss AIlco Marlon Fcrnlo, assisted by Mr.
Francis Fischer Powers, baritone, Miss
Anna Bjurstcdt, pianist, and Mr. Qerrlt
Smith of Now York, accompanist,
Mrs. and Miss Blspham will hold their
second Informal reception for Thursdays In
and the Misses Gouverncurwlll glvo
their second afternoon tea.
In tho evening ex-Senator and Mrs. Hen
derson will hold tho Becond of their in
Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Russell Harrison
have devoted several hours of each day
since the beginning of Lent to painting on
china and porcelain, In which branch of art
they havo been taking lessons several times
a week. The deslro for artistic culture
seems to havo so pervaded thu Whlto Houso
ntmosphcro that oven tho youthful Benja
min McKco has caught tho Infection,' aud
is already deep In tho mysteries of tho kin
dergarten system under tho tuition of his
nurte, who takes groat prido in tho prog
ress mudo by her diminutive scholar.
A novel entertainment given in Now
York on Thursday to Mrs. Georgo U. Mc
Clillan and daughter by Mrs. Jordan L.
Mott, jr., was a Napoleon tho I luncheou.
'lbecu.tre-pleccou tho tablo was a Napo
lioulc hat of purple violets, ornamented on
the tide with a cockado of whlto violets.
The favors the guests were piesentcd with
weicfinc slcel engravings, Illustrative of
Incidents In tho ltfo of thegreat French war
lior. 1 be same idea had ueen carried out
in the arranpemeut of the drawing-room,
where, In addition to a book of annotations
aud historical documents In tho handwrit
ing of Napoleon, was a death:mask of him,
a lock of his hair, an old sword, medals,
coins and portraits Innumerable.
Senator and Mrs. Stewart rccclvo Inform
ally every Sunday evening at their apart
ments In tho Sborcham.
Mrs. Bughcr receives informally Sunday
That tho spring is at hand was heralded
In tho most convincing manner during tho
few days of sunshlning vouchsafed Wash
ington last week. Tho predictions of tho
wecther bureau may fall, as they usually do,
wide of tho mark, tho crocuses, daffodils
and tulips put in an unseemly anuearanco
only to bo nipped by tho frost In return for
their foolishness, but I hero is ono sign
which is absolutely infallible, that is the
inj raids of lovers, who coming from
Heaven only knows where suddenly swarm
Lafayette and Franklin Parks, monopoliz
ing tho benches to tbo entire exclusion of
more prosaically-minded wayfarers. Walk
ing through either of theso parks on a
warm day to tho thoughtful mind tho prob
lem Invariably presents itself as to where
and In what manner theseblissfullyabsorbod
creatures live and movo and havo tholr be
ing during the dreary winter months so un
propltlous to peripatetic love-making.
IjA beautiful work of art recently con
tributed by Miss AIlco Klng,daughtcr of Mr.
and Mrs. John King of New York, to Rev.
Dr. Satterlees' Mission Houso lu New York,
is a pieco of tapestry painted by her own
band, which now adorns tho wall of the
Mission, facing the doublo glass entrance
doors. Tho subject Is an angel of colossal
size standing with outspread wings, as
though awaiting tho word of command
from the master. The face is that of a
beautiful woman, masses of golden hair
thrown back from a thoughtful brow, show
ing dark blue earnest eyes full of a lofty
purpose. Tho shading of tho snowy
plumago of tho wings is exquisite. A
border of ,'gold finishes tho spotless robe,
which is confined at tho waist by a golden
cord while on tho breast is einblazonod a
luminous cross in crimson, tbo golden rays
scintillating from it In all directions.
Vico-President Morton and family will
return to Washington from their Florida
trip on Tuesday morning.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Carbaugh, who have
been spending the winter with Mrs. Isaac
Henderson, will leave on tho 29lh Instant
for San Antonio, wbero Lieutenant Car
bough has been appointed Judgo-advocato
of the Department of Texas.
Tho youngest son of Mrs. Nolsin,
daughter of Kear Admiral Ilodgers, fell
over the banisters several days sines
and broke bis hip. The little fellow will
be confined to his bed for some weeks from
the result of his injuries.
Mrs. Iluist has as her guests Miss Hlllyer
of California, Miss Florence Buyard and
Mies Ncllio Diddle.
Mrs. Thomas Wood will leave In a fow
dajs with her llttlo daughter to join her
husband at Key West, where the Galena
will probably remain for several wcoks.
Tho fine weather In tho early part of last
week was taken advantage of by tho young
peoplo of society, who made up savcral
driving parties to Cabin John llrhi ire, where
Uiey enjoyed a supper before returning to
Captain Harry Rcade, U. 8. A., after
f pending several days In tho city, left Fri
day evening for a two months' stay at tho
Hot Springs of Arkansas, whero ho has
been ordered for his health.
Mrs. Richard Walnwrlght returned last
Monday to Annapolis after a stay of sovcral
weeks with Dr. aud Mrs. Washington Mat
thews. Mrs. Robert 0. Hclner will arrlvo from
Pittsburg In a fow days to spend soveral
weeks In the city,
Mies Mary Burrows of New York, who
has been abroad with her parents for sev
eral years past, Is In the city, tho guest of
Mies Decrlng, but will leave In a few days
for a visit to Mrs. A. C. Tyler.
Mrs. Fcrdon, who has been spending tho
winter with her husband at their ranch in
Montana, arrived In tho city on Wednesday
for a visit or several weeks to her mother,
Mrs. Frank Bench.
Sirs. PhllllP" gavo a dinner Thursday
evening to ' 'race Davis, to meet whom
wcro '" . Wanamakcr, Mr. Slack,
3u Mam T. Harris.
,.V 'crdraan and Mlsslloard-'f-SCrtiM
from a visit to Virginia
'"U- Vnsinan loft yesterday for
'i!i' ' 8lay ' 8evcral week at
Gt Pulitzer gavo a luncheon at
on Monday to MUs Emma Mul
Jss Cooper, tho latter u guest of
crcsMvo cuchro nartv clvcn bv
,n Wilson to Mrs. McRce Friday
was amom: the most enlovable
jgs of the i week. Prizes were won
). McKee, Miss Boardman aud Miss
A, JJcutcuant It. M. G. llrowu, Mr,
Harris and Mr. Hodges. Among tho
guests present wero Lieutenant nncf Mrs,
Brown, Mr and .Mrs. William Curtis, Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Thompson, Mr. and Mrs.
William 1, Harris, Miss Graco Davis, Miss
Aldrlch, Miss Scranton, Ml6s (lllmore,
Miss Vorls, Mlis Voorhccs, Miss Hoard
man, Miss Prall, Mr. Haywood, Mr. Nor
ton, Mr. Bcatty, Mr. Capcrlon, Mr. Oroer,
Mr. Chambers, Mr. Hodges and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bitten havo leased their
house on Farragut Squnro and aro now lu
Mrs. Hartwcll Heath has been spending
the winter with her mother, Mrs. Barnes.
Mrs. Errst will bo at homo Informally to
her friends on Thursdays aftor Lout.
Mrs. McKeo will omit tho Friday aftor
nooii receptions at tho Whlto Houso until
after Mrs. Harrison's return.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo L. Rives entertained
a large company of their friends In Now
York on Wednesday at tho christening of
their Infant sou, who was baptized Francis
llayard, the ox-Sicrctary of State, for whom
he was named, standing as ono of tho spon
sors. Hx-Prtsldcnt aud Mrs. Clovcland
wcro among tho guests who attended tho
cciemony aud tho entertainment which fol
lowed. Tho second drawing-room hold Friday
altcrnoon by tho Prlnco and Princess of
Wales In behalf of tho Queen at Bucking
ham Palaco was attended by qultoalnrgo
party of Americans. Lieutenant Wm. ft.
F.mory was presented by Count Bylandt,
Minister of tho Netherlands at London,
Couutiss Tiylandt presenting Mrs. Emory.
Mr. Henry Whlto secretary of tho Ameri
can Legation, and Robert S. McCormlck,
second secretary, with his wife, wcro also
Miss Scranton has as her guests Mies
Vorls and Miss GUmoro of Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Cropper gave an Informal tea yester
day at 4 o'clock, to meet Miss Ethel Cram,
at her rcstdcncc, 1743 M street.
Mrs. John Hay, Mrs. Justice Fuller, Mrs.
Charles Nordholl, Mrs. Alonzo Church and
Mrs. W. T. Htldruff havo arranged two
parlor readings- selections from Ibsen
to bo given by Mrs. WInslow. One-halt tho
proceeds of which go toward tlio National
Homoeopathic Hospital fund.
Mrs. Falrchlld, wlfo of tho ex-Secretary
of tho Treasury, arrived In tho city on
Thursday, and will remain until to-morrow
as tho guest of Miss Grace Denlo Litch
field, at whoso residence on Connecticut
aventio sho welcomed a larco number of her
friends yesterday. Miss Howo poured tea
In tho dining-room. Mrs. Falrchlld, in
reply to tho many questions on tho subject,
tinted that it is her Intention to return to
Washlnglon lor a short stay ut least onco
A class in Spanish Conversation was or
ganized Inst week, the first meeting being
held Filday at tho residence of Mis. John
W. Foster. Tho next meeting will bo held
nt tho residence of Miss Thompson. Tho
membership at present includes Madamo
Poinero, Mis. Chandler, Madamo Saonz
Pena, Madamo Hurtado, Madamo Lcgarra,
Madnulo Morelos, Madamo Varas, Madamo
Mendouca, Countess d'Aragona, Mrs. Sen
ator Squire, Mrs. Cockrcll, Mrs. Charles
Nordhoff, Miss Ida Thompson, Miss Blgc
lowaud Mrs. Greely.
Mr. and Mrs. Pedrosa aro at Nice, whero
they wcro recently gladdened by tho arrival
of a son.
Scnor Muruaga, tho Spanish Minister,
will spend tho summer abroad.
Mrs. Albert A. Wilson and Miss Mary
Wilson returned Friday evening irom Now
York, where they spent tho week at tho
Fifth Avenue Hotel.
Miss llli f-t of Philadelphia Is tho truest of
Miss Emma Mullan, with whom sho re
ceived yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Harrison, upon her return from
Floilda, will join the Emcigency Class, of
which Mrs. Morton is already a member.
Miss Windom Is visiting friends in Now
Mrs. Clarkson, wifo of thu Assistant
Postmaster-General, nud son, aro thu
guests of Colonel and Mrs. Alexander at
Rear-Admiral Brainc, U, S. N., and Miss
Brainowcroin the city last week, the guests
of Kcar-Admiral and Mrs. Roo.
We have nEAnD many of our old fi lends
say that Salvation Oil cured them of rheu
matism. Thoso who have not tried it should
do so. Our.druggl6ts sell It for twenty-flvo
cents a bottle all the time.
Why suffer with a bad cold when ono
bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure
a cough of tho worst kind? Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup is sold for 25 cents per bottle
by all druggists In the United States.
Department of Justice Chances.
Attorney-General Miller has appointed
Calvert Wilson Assistant U. S. Attorney for
tho District of Arizona. Ho has also re
ceived tho resignation of R. E. Noyes as
Assistant U. S. Attorney for the district of
A Golden Opportunity for the Indies I
King's Palaco, 814 Seventh street n. w.,
will inaugurate- the great clearing sale on
account of rebuilding.
Owing to tho great increase of our already
exteusivo busluess and tho desire of ndding
new lines, such as dry goods, notions,
ladies' and gentlemen's furnishing goods,
we havo been compelled for want of more
space to Icaso the adjoining building now
occupied by tho Fair, which wo anticipate
occupying by January, or at tho latest
February. To comblno tho two stores into
one requires extcnslvo improvements, and
to make room for tho builder we are com
pelled to close out our cntlro stock, con
sisting of ono of the most stylish and fash
lonablo lines of millinery, ladles', misses'
and children's cloaks, corsets, kid gloves,
furs, ribbons, velvets, jorseys, and other
articles too numerous to mention.
What is ono's loss is another's gain. Wo
aro willing to benefit our thousands of pa
trons at tho very height of tho season by
disposing of our entlro stock at a sacrifice.
While they are in need of goods, such a
chance has never been offered, before, and
whilo we aro willing to make tho sacrifice,
wcantfclpato all In need of desirable goods
to embrace this opportunity. Now, bear lu
mind, evory dollar's worth of goods must
be sold before building.
6147th st. n. w., bet. II. and I stroets.
A Chance of Headquarters.
Secretary Proctor yesterday Issued on
order transferring tho headquarters of the
ucpartmcut or inc.viissouri irom i.eavcp
worth, Kan., to St. Louts, Mo.
Diiink PoiiTNun's iiEEii to build up
your system, as tho spring of tho year Is
Itevortuo Marino Chances.
Captain Thomas S. Smyth has been de
tached from tho revenuo steamor Washing
ton, ut New York, and ordered to the Mc
Lane, at Key Wc6t.
Lieutenant A. D, Llttlcflcld has boon
oidcrcd to command tho 'Washington
Ensign Aloxandor Donnolt has been de
tached fiom tho Woodbury, at Eastport,
Me., and placed on waiting orders.
Cam. telephone number 788-0 and
order for your family box of Robert Port-
Sun Salvador's 1'rovUIonnl Government.
San Salvadoii, via Galveston, March
15. Congress has approved by an over
whelming majority tho provisional pact
of Union without uiodillcatlon,
Dmnk Portncr's beer.
1KADI C OfAirBCr
Perfect Substitute for Mother's Milk.
IN CHOLERA INFANTUM ..NO TEETHING.
A quickly awIiulUted Fuel for DVSPEPTICQ,
A PERFECT NUTRIENT ImtllvTuUDgdlseues.
I Rtnmprt tin Knnimn. irrpt in hi riiuTrt
I ci.yinforo..rbok."TbeCnronnd Feedlngof
. Dolioer-Coooale Co., poston, masb.
rfl liTl HT9 llH EH lfolhw
Hllff IMHAS l'KEVAlL.
Professional Men No Longer Trmii.
jnoled by Coliwcbboil I'rcclidoiits,
Ono by ono tho laws of precedent nro
giving way to thoso of common sense.
Formerly any professional man who advor
tUcd was looked upon with suspicion by
tho public, simply becauso professional
men, having banded together to diminish
their labors while enlarging their profits,
denounced advertisers as frauds and
quacks. Twciity-dvo jcai sago a physician
who advertised was fought shy of by all
who had any pretensions to education or
social position. Nowadays tho situation Is
different. Brainy men In all tho learned
professions moro particularly in that of
medicine havo broken away from tho
trammels of tho old traditions of tholr
craft, and In a truo progrcsslvo spirit havo
blazoned fourth to tho world what thoy can
do, thus placing their services at tho dis
position of tho general public Instead of
confining them to a llmltod clrclo which
could only bo enlarged by tho slow process
of social recommendation.
Among tho moro notablo examples of
this new school of bright and successful
practitioners Is Dr. Llghthlll of 1017
Fifteenth street northwest, who makes
n speciality of deafness, catarrh, asthma
and other diseases of tho throat nud lungs.
Being a specialist of great skill, ho does
not believe In hiding his light under a
bushel, but comes out boldly and tells tho
public In plain languago what ho Is pre
pared to accomplish. Tho result has boon
that he now numbers nmong his patients
many of tho leading men nud womon of
this city. If any further proof woro nec
essary to show that advertising physicians
ore as reliable, to say tho least, ns thoso of
tho old school it will bo found In tho testi
monial from ono of our most prominent
citizens that will bo found in Dr. Llghthlll's
WANT SKILT.HD INSPECTION.
Amendment!) Looked for by tlio
Tho Washington numbers' Associations
and tho Master Plumbers' Protoctlvo Asso
ciation are of opinion that tho now bill to
regulato plumbing In tho District of Co
lumbia, which was submitted to tho Senato
by tho District Commissioners and reported
on Monday last, Is not spcclllc enough In
that part which applies to tho Inspector
of Plumbing nnd his Inspectors.
Tho latter of theso two associations has
prepared a scries of amendments which
thoy hopo to have added to tho bill. Theso
amendments aro "that tho Commissioners
bo authorized to appoint an Examination
Board of Plumbers, composed of three
practical and skilled master plumbers and
tho Health Officer of tho District of Colum
bia, who shall constitute a Hoard of Ex
amination to examine all persons about to
engage In the plumbing business, and who
shall hold their office for two years with
"That tho Inspector shall bo a practical
and skilled master plumber, and havo car
ried on tho plumbing business as a master
plumber tcu years previous to his appoint
ment, and shall not bo interested, directly
or indirectly, in tbo business of plumbing
during the time ho holds said office, under
tho penalty of Instant dismissal." "That
the assistant inspectors shall be practical
and skilled plumbers, each nud every ono
of such assistants to glvo a bond in tbo
sum of two thousand dollars." "That tho
Inspection of houses shall bo made with the
consent of the owner or occupant thereof."
Yesterday's bond offeriugs aggregated
$184,11)0, in lots as follows: Registered
foms, $37,500. $10,000, $30,000, $100,000,
$4,500, $1,000, $300, at PJ3; coupon fours,
JC00 and $2C0, at 123 flat. All tho offers
FiiOM$lnfcctlon to offcnslveness catarrh
troublo and influenza may occupy a longer
or shorter time; but Old Saul's Catarrh
Cure will cut tbo timo to Its shortest limit.
Prico 25 cents.
Wnr Department Chancos.
Frank W. Balrd of Massachusetts, class
one, and Charles A. Stockett, class one,
both of the Adjutant's General Office, havo
resigned. James W. Jones of Alabama aud
Edward E. Simmons of Minnesota havo
been appointed $1,000 clerks in tho Surgeon
Why continue the use of Irritatlug pow
ders, snuffs or liquids? Elv's Cream Balm,
pleasant of application and a sure cure for
catarrh and cold in head, can bo had for
oOc. It Is easily applied Into tho nostrils,
is safe and pleasant, and is curing the most
obstinate cases. It gives relief at once.
Tun rnoi'itiETons of Ely's Cream Balm
do not claim It to be a cure-all, but a suro
remedy for catarrh, colds in tbo head and
hay fever. It Is not a llauld or a snuff, but
I. is easily applied into the nostrils. It gives
reiici at onco.
Diiink Portncr's beer.
Lieutenant Luther R. Hare, Seventh
Cavalry, has been granted two months' ex
tension of leave of absence.
Thirty recruits havo been assigned to the
Tlinrp's Excellent Tonle.
The unexcelled that famous Old Rye
Berkeley Whisky Is tho leading brand of
pure liquor in the National Capital, and
can only be had at Its headquarters, 818 F
street northwest, of- .Mr. James Tharp, "the
When evehytiiinq else falls Dr. Sago's
Catarrh Remedy cures.
Shin & Scalp
L1 beautifying the skin of chlldron nnd In
fants una curing torturing, aisngurinc, iton
lng,8caly and pimply dlscasos of tho skin,
scalp and blood, with loss of hair, from in
fancy to old age, tho Cuticuiia Uesieoies aro
CcncrjnA, the great frkln Curo, and Curt
conA Hoav, an oxqulslto Skin lloantlllor, ex
ternally, nnd Cuticuiia Resolvent, the now
Blood Purifier, Internally, euro overy form of
Bkin and blood diseases, from pimples to
Sold everywhere Prlco, Ccricon. 50o,,
Soap, 250.1 Resolvent, 41. Prepared by tho
PoTTEn Dnuo ANn Chemical ConroiiATioN,
Send for "flow to Curo Skin Diseases."
CF"Baby' Skin and Sealppresorvod andg)
taiT beautltlcd by CUTicuntSoAr. iiZ
Kiunet Pains, Iiackaoho and Woak
ncss cured by Cuticuiia Anti-Paih I'm
teii, nu instantaneous pain-subduing
MCELROY'S ART STORE,
1003 rtniisjUniiln Aiv. X. W.
Owing to the continued dull season, nnd
having a largo lot of pictures on hand, I offer
to my customers nud tbo public a fine collec
tion or Water Colors, Etchings, Engravings
and Photogravures, and to thoso purchasing
from stock I will mako a special discount of
20 Per Cent.
Etchings by Thomas Moran, nalg. Riming
ton, I'arrlsh, Peter Moran, Sohlouht, Senat,
Jlerelcr, WInslow, Homer, and othon.
Water Colors bv ltlx, Weber, I.iwli, Cluf
fco, llunuor, Uurlow and Roland Smith.
Pino Florentine Gold Frames, Imoorted and
my own mako. all tho latost stylo of gold,
white and gold, old lvoiy and hardwood
frames oak, cherry, maple and sycamore.
Also the Florence leaf, or inetnl moulding,
very handsomo and durable Those wlshhu
a handsomo frame at a moderate cost sluuld
try these new mouldings.
pOWKHS & DALY,
In tho roar of
Twentloth and L strco'.s northwest,
Washington, D. 0.
WK GU RANTEE SATISFACTION.
Horses carefully Bhod, and all dleeasos of
tbo feet of sore or lame horses, in
any way, cured. ml,lm
Till! MISSISSIPPI I'LOOll5).
I.ntilslnnn Oonqri-Knunn Cull on Soere
torv 1'rootor for AI1
Bcvciul of tho Louisiana Congressional
delegation called on Secretary Proclor at
tho War Department yesterday and repre
sented Hint tho Morgauza lovco In Point
Coupco Parish, La , Is In groat danger
from tho prevailing floods nnd that loss of
llfo and property mlKht result unless stops
aro at onco taken to strengthen and pro
tect It. Secretary Proctor said that ho
would do what ho could In tho matter and
telegraphed to General Comstock, clulr
man of tho Mississippi River- Commission,
tolctliim know nt onco what further al
lotment of tho Mississippi River appropri
ation can bo applied to this lovce.
A Great Cry for Moro Women
Has been going up from tho far Wost for a
good many years. Hut tho cry Is not for
pale, boggard, debilitated women. Tho
jiwhingWcBtcrn men aro not nnxlous for
beauty, but thoy liecd healthy wives. A
great cry for health is continually going up
from thousands of women, young nnd old,
all over tho earth. Countless remedies
have appeared In nnswer. A fow havo suc
ceeded, and nono hold n higher placo
than Dr. PIcrco'a Favorlto Prescription, ii
suro euro for nil thoso peculiar "weak
nesses" and distressing ullments peculiar to
To tin Itonil lly Kvnry Ono,
, As spring approaches and you nro getting
ready to dash out on tho road In your
handsomo "turn out," do not alow your
self to go out like tho man who had "a
patch on both knees nnd glutei on" that Is,
with a handsomo bono nnd conyoyauco nnd
a poor set of harness, when you can get tho
very best all hand-mado buggy, road, carri
age or coupo harness at greatly reduced
prices, at K. KnccssI it Son's 425 Sovcnth
street northwest. Sco their prlco list in
tho advertising colum of this paper.
Thoy also carry a full and complcto lino
of trunks and traveling satchels of all de
scriptions at tlio lowest market prices, and
mako a speciality of repairing trunks and
Drink Portncr's beer.
So say Lending 1'ItyalcUnis
and Druggists, and thclv opin
ion is indorsed by thousands
cured by It of Scrofula, Ec
zema, Erysipelas, and otlicr
diseases of the blood.
"Aycr's Saisnpnrllla has won Its lepu
tatlon by ycais of valuable service to tho
community. 11 it the best." . S. Lang,
l)iugtlst,212 Merilinaek St., Lowell, Mass.
Dr. W. P. Wilght, Paw Paw Ford, Tenn.,
says: "In my piaetlce, I Invailably pre
scribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla fur cliionle dis
eases of the blood."
Dr. R. R. Boyle, Tlilid and Oxford sts.,
Philadelphia, Pa., wiltcs: "For two jears
I havo prcsciibed Ajpi's Saisaparllla hi
numerous instances, and I find it hlghly
cfllcnclous In the ticntmcnt of all dlbuulcrs
of tho blood."
L. M. Robinson, Pliarmaelst, Sablna, 0.,
certifies: "Ayer's fiarsapaillla has nlnajs
been a gieat seller, My custonieis think
there is no blood-purifier equal to It."
"For many years I was afflicted with
scrofulous miming soies, which, at last be
came so bad tho doctors advised amputating
ono of my legs to savo my life; I began
taking Aycr's Saisaparllla and soon saw an
improvement. After using about two dozen
bottles the sores wci c healed. I continue to
tako a few bottles of tills mcdlclno cacli
year, for my blood, nnd am no longer trou
bled with sores. I have tiled other reputed
blood-purlflcrs, but none does so much good
as Aycr's Sarsaparilla." D. A. Itoblnsou,
Don't fall to get
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by Druggists. $1,bx$5. Worth $5 n bottle.
sritciAii y oTtccs
ranr-GEO. C. HENNINQ, President.
V BRENT L. BALDWIN, Cashier.
TIIE TRADERS NATIONAL DANK
018-918 PENNA. AVE. N. W.,
Washington fiafo Deposit Co. Building.
Bank opens 0:30 n. m. from April 1 to Octo
ber 1; 10 a.m. from October 1 to Amill.
.Closes at 8 p.m.
DISCOUNT DAY THURSDAY
All Notes offered for Discount must be placed
In bank tho day previous.
George C. Hennlng, Emll G.Scbafer,
Charles Ilaum, Samuel S. Shedd,
E. F. Droop, Emmons 8. Bmlth.
William A. Gordon, John T. Varncll,
Osceola C. Green, Berlali Wllklns,
John D. Langhorne.
BISST TREASURY DEPARMENT,
S' OFFICE OF THE CONTHOLLER
OF THE CURRENCY.
Washington, Maroh S, 1800.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence pre
sented to tho undersigned it his been made
to appear that tho Lincoln National Rank of
Washington, in tho city of Washington, In
tho District of Columbia, has compiled with
all tho provisions of tbo statutos of tho
United States required to bo complied with
before an association shall bo authorized to
commenco tho buslnes of Banking;
Now, therefore I, Edward S. Lacoy, Con
troller of tho Currency, do hereby certify
that tbo Lincoln Nntlonnl Dank of Washing
ton, in the city of Washington, In tho Dis
trict of Columbia, is authorized to com
mence tho business of banking, as provldod
In section fifty ono hundred nnd sixty nlno
of the Revised Statutes or tho United State.
In testimony whereof witness my hand
and seal of office this Sth day of Maroh, li90.
E. S. LACEY,
Controller of tho Currency.
lincoln national hnk
of washington. d. c.
In accordance with tho abovo authority,
the Lincoln Natlonnl Dank of Wnshlhgtou
will open Its ofllce at tho corner of Sth and O
streets northwest on or about tho TWENTY
FI1TII DAY OF MARCH, 1890, for tho pur
peso of conducting tho banking business In
all its branches.
John A. rrcscott, J. Harrison Johnnon,
rrcderick A. Stlor. Henry F. llauer
Taul H. C'tomercn, Receiving Teller.
William E.Abbott, II Ilradloy Davidson,
Watson J. Newton, Augustus llnrgdorf ,
William O. Dontson, John A. Prcscott,
Job llarnard, Jesto O, Ergood,
Frederick W. Tratt, Seymour Cunningham
W. 8, Huge, Frodwlck A. Tschlffely,
Augustus C Coppcs.J. Harrison Johnson,
Richard A. Walker.
f3lfTnE COLTJMIHA NATIONAL HANK,
B Oil F Bt. n. w., Washington, D. O.
A General Banking Ruslness Transacted.
n. IT IvlDnan n...Mnn(
A. T. BUITTON, Vlco-1 resident.
E. 8, PARUElt, Cnshltr.
rjSr-ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH -Til ft .
" Most Rov. Archbishop Ryan of Phila
delphia will preach tho panegyric of the
Faint at 10 o'clock mass. bt. l'utrlok's Day,
MONDAY, MARCH 17TI1. Ills Eminence
Cardinal Gibbons and Bishop Kcano will be
KBT-WnY, NOT nAVE YOUR SHIRTS
' mado by one of tho most oelobnted
cutters In Amerloit PrlceH s.ima as ttw
third-rate cutters chargo. P, T. HALL, 'M F
st n w.
CAPITAL 81,000,0(0 TKMl'OIIAUYOl'I'ICIW.
HClI'ftnw, previous to tho erection of
tho company's building, corner Olh and V
JKiM'Y'! OANED ON COLt.ATKH VL- AND
ON KHAL KSTATK. Woll sorurod loan",
puirnnttrd by tho company, forna'o. In
teroit I aid. Call on or correspond with us
W. II. IKilllfcON, tea. 11. 11. WAIlNElt.Pros.
,, , DIHKCTORM.
( hnrlc II. llnlley, George F. Sohafer,
lames L. lli,rboiir, Thomas Kninorvlllo,
Kcrirgo K. Ilattol, .lolin A. Hwnpo.
PlcliurdW Clay, .T. H. Hwornnto'lt,
Horace K Gumming, UnttorMey W. Talbott
T. J Hurling! u, Georgo Truosdoll.
7(bn Joy lidFon, II. II. Warner,
iimrics .1 latilKtier, A. A vuon,
Albert 1', Vox,
Ut I'. . IIIU,
H W. Woodward,
Chas. Ilonj Wilkinson,
A. S. Wortblngton.
1, ,1 Inn
i.. i. ueeii,
John 11. Lamer,
K3T-LADIE81 LADIKSI LADIE9I
-s-' Irs. McCnfforty Is tlio only hat and
bonnet-frame manufacturer In tho city. Call
and sco her now shnpes. Uleaohlug nud
crossing. Straw and felt lits altered to the
latost stylos. Orders pronTp'lv nttendod to
lona fl stroot n. w.
lr3TItKOPKNISO pKRViri IIAMLTNU
M. K. Church, eornor flth nnd P sts.
n.w Rev. II II. Nnylor, 11, D. pastor. Tho
cxlcnslvo Improvements having been com
pleted, servlcos will bo held nt follows: Sun
day March 1G: Sunday school n:H a. m.i
prtachlnp 11 a.m. bv Bishop S. M. Morrill;
7:30 p. m. by Rov. K. 8. Todd. I). 1). Hervlom
during the week nt 7:30 p. m asfollown: Moil
(I nj . ire v. L. T. Wldcrman; Tuesday. Itov G.
G. Baker; Wcdnosday, Hov It Vv. Itlnok;
'Ihiirsriav, llov. W I. MoKennoy; Friday,
Rev. 8. M. Hartsnek. Sunday. March 81,11
a, m ,llcv. J. A. I'rh'o. D.H.; 7:20 p.m., Itov.
J. JtcKondreo Hclloy, I). D Seats froo. Tho
public cordially Invited to allot those scrv
1-116 Pcnna. avo., opposite Wlllard'a Hotel.
Thousands from far nnd near visit Dr. Vhlto
for relief from and nvoldanoo of corns, bun
Ions, diseased nnlls and nil other foot
troubles. Hours. 8 a. m. to 0 p. in.: Hun
daysOto lEnabllsbod1801.Fco. II.
ket'jonn b. clark. john johns, d.
&& a. Mcknight.
clark, johns mcknioht.
Attornoys-at-Law, 1110 P St., Washington,
rractico beforo Committees of Congress,
tho Courts and tho Exocutlvo Dcpar'mouts.
THE BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES,
723 11th st. n. w.
$10 a term. Trial lessons froo. Send for
llranchos In Now York, Boston, Brooklyn,
Chicago, Philadelphia, Louisville, Paris,
Fiance; Berlin and Dresden, Germany.
qiHE NORWOOD INSTITUTE.
Extract ft cm a pi hate tetter:
"In reply to your request for my advice as
to a good school for your danghtor, I can
with confidence recommend Mr. ad Mrs
Cabell's Norwood Institute, In Washington.
D. C. Tho standard of scholarship there Is
high, tbo instmction thorough aud tlielnflu
onccs good. L. Q. C. Lamaii,
Jnstlco U. S. Supromo Court."
Tho school opens Sept. SO anSS-d&stt
Adterltsetnenti under Ml head, four lines or
ets, 25 cente for one iniertton; 60 centi for three.
SALESMEN WANTED AT ONCE-A'rEW
good men to sell our goods bv samnlo to
thowholopalo nnd retail trade. Wo are tho
largest manufacturers in our lino. Liberal
salary paid. Pcimnncnt position. Monoy
advanced for wages, advertising, oto. For
terms address Centennial M'f'g Co , Chicago,
111. fcl5,w,s&S 30t
WANTED-PRESS-FEEDER-A BOY TO
feed Job printing pioss. Address
PliESSWOltK. this oDlco.
WANTED-BY A GOOD COLORED HUN
dress washing and Ironing to dn at
homo: references given. Apply 1819 N 11 ay.
WANTKD-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN
cral housework In a small family,
man, wlfo and boy 8 years old; Gorman pre
ferred; to tho right party a pleasant home
and good wages assured. Apply at No. 100J
AN ABLE ADVERTISING, INSURANCE,
Safo, Lightning-rod- or Book Agont, or
Reporter, of great savoir fulre, for literary
work. Largo salary. Writo London & Hart
ford Pub. Co.. N. Y.
ANTED-A YOUNG LADY OF HIGH
social standing, rcflnomcnt and cul
ture, financially cmtarrascd, earnestly do
sires immediate employment; do copying or
writing of any kind or act as companion aud
asidstnnt to an Invalid or elderly lady, or
will instruct small children nnd tako tho cn
tlro caro of them for tho summer; highest
references and testimonials given as to abil
ity, &o.: terms .moderate. Address MISS
VIRGINIA C .Box 117, Liberty, Bedford
WANTED A PLAINLY-FURNISHED
room In tho northeast pait of city
whero tliero will bo ns objoctlon to light
housekeeping. Address D. P. II , this ofllce.
Adtertlscmenli under thU head, four llnet or
tree, 25 centi for one insertion; 50 centi for three.
WANTEDOLD GOLD AND SILVER.
WM. FRIEDEMCK, Manufacturing
Jeweler, W)5 7th st n w.opposlte U. S. Patent
Office; fino dock and watch repairing a
Advertisements under this head, four lines or
las, Vicente for one Insertions: 60 cents for three.
befriend lady who ncods employment;
refs. Inr. lady If doslred. II. WARE, caro
NOW IS TnE TIME. WE WILL PAY
"big monoy" for gents' flrst-clnss seo-ond-hand
clothing. Address or call at
JUSTH'8 OLD STAND. 610 D St. n. w.
FOR SAI.E MISCELLANEOUS.
Advertisements under this head, four lints or
lets, 25'cents for one Insertion: 60 cents for thru.
3 '"TOR 8ALE-S7.5C0 BATOPILAS 1ST MORT
! gage Bonds aro offered for salo by
E. 11 COTTRELL,
No. 1148 N. Y. nvo.
OR SALE-HORSE AND LANDAU-A
Btvllsh (Iruv Horse" over 10 hands high:
lino harness and not much usod; Landau
roado by Joyce; aro offorod at roisonablo
rates on account of owner leaving the city.
E. B. COTTRELL, 1418 N Y. avo.
OR SALE-CHEAP-FINK COUNTER and
shelving, now In No. 7ia 7th st n w: must
bo sold nt once. Apply CiMI stn w.
"T70R SALE-S75-SrECfAL STAR, 51-INCH,
L' silent rachet, 1 nickel, absolutely por
feet condition. Address or apply 223 A st s o.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE.
OR SALEAlKyuTvT'ACSON'sT) ST
ii e extendod, on tho lino of tho Ecklng
ton nnd Soldiers' Homo Hallway, being a part
ot tho eFtnto of the lato Chief Justice Chase,
now called "Edgowood;" a good opportunity
for imestors. For particulars prlco, oto..
Inquire of C11APIN BROWN, 3J1 4 st n w,
iCI" -10' or right."
Mineral and Timber Lands for Sale.
LOTS and ACHE PROPERT? In IllgStono
Gap. Norton and St. Paul. In Wise coun
ty, and Dungannn.ln Scott county, Virginia.
Resident, business and farm property
bought, sold or leaped. Address Wm. A. It.
Robertson. As "llfo Is short," put It "War"
Robertson, Big Stone Gap, Virginia.
? located; ail Joining Charlottosvillo, Vu.;
over 6C0 acres, all mod Im
imps, including uno
furniture; only 535,000.
151511st n w.
B. II. llOUElll'SON,
l'Olt SALE LOTS.
OR SALE-LOTS IN FAIRVIEWHEiailTS
on Tennnllvtown Hoad and Woodlov
Lano, opposlto Oak Vlow, Elootrlo railway
tracks now laid to these, lots, which lnvo
sidewalks In front and gas mains. Pi loot
lower than asked for oilier lots In Immodlato
vicinity, bmall cash payments. Monthly or
yearly timo gicn nt a por cent, intorest.
UKALL. IIIIOWN Ss CO.. 11JI
l V Ht.
TTOR SALE-STOCK AND FIXTURE! OK
X grocery and oonfcotlonory store; nice
Place; near school; will noil cheap; houso for
lent. Addiess S. 11., this ofllco,
M R3. RINi:S-"THE ELSMERE"-1IDS II
st n w; now plumbing, new furniture;
20 additional rooms; personal attention to the
tablo: location centi ul, near tbo Arlington
and Wormlov't fn27 Oil
COMMlJSlONlUt OF DEEDS,
H. BUNDY, COM'R OF DEEDS FOR ALl
Statoa and Territories. 458 Ln. live., onn
I'Oll NAM! IIOUHKl. j
AdTtrtUantntu uudir Mis html, fuur lltur
Utt, S5 cent for one inttrtion! Ml ci for three.
lVo'1 BALK- PINK HKSII)BNT,1:.V"lfl!.P.
1' 1 ho owner of llio finely built mil Hand
sumo lOrnmn Stniiunnd Ilrloh Hound,
110.1NHV HAMI''lin AVE .
liss determined to sell nt n figure which will
mnkc It a. bargain n an Invostimmt or an In
ducement to nnynno seeking an nttraotlvo
iiomo on n lavoruo avenue
fc!W,aw,dS J. 11. WIMKH, 131.1 P St.
170H BALR-AN nXC'RI.LKNT llOIJIlMt
r brick corner dwelling, situated In the
best part of tbo n w seetinn; h.indsoinr ly fln
llifd; wit hall modem Mttlngs and Improve
mints, owing tuclrcuinitnucoH milling tho
ciwrcrton dUtant city this property Isnf
feicdnt n low prlco. and Is unqiiollim ibly
tho best purclnuo now nttalniililelntlritsoti
I Ion; prlco SlS.oco. II II. ItonHUTriON, nil
list. f e 17-00
TriOR PAI.P.-A HARGAIN IP ROM) AT
1 once; S stoi y nnd basement brick home;
7 rooms and bath; all mod Imps: situated nt
jso. n 1 f 1 11 w; prico si aw; tonns ono mini
! onsh bnlaiico 1. S and 3 years, pnly
to KUAN flH HUFTY. 1301 F st n W. lol- 0
iroll BALE-ON CONN AVE, A LAUGH,
I' commodious, sunny homo, containing
all mod Imp, In a, fiishlornhlo and nttraotlvo
neighborhood. II. II. ROHERTSON, 111!, list.
I rOR BALEA VEIIY FINE IlOUIILKCOR
' ncr houso In tho n w, with over 5,000 feet
of ground; prlco 815,000. 11.11. KOIMIITSON,
1515 II st 11 W; fe'-7-03
I?OR SALE-1N ALEXANDRIA, 0 ROOM
' frnmo house, JtiBt finishing; nydrautln
yard; lot 10xlir; snug homo: prlco, 8X). Ap
ply to HOIiERT J. THOMAS, Room No. 2, 013
I?OH SALE-FRAME! HOUSE 000 IN 45
' foot alloy, bet 0th and 10th and G nnd 11
sts a w; 7 rooms; hall on both floors; olosots
fronting tho Potomac; IB per cent Invest
ment; lot 311 feet front by GJl dcop.M foot
from 0th st. Apply within.
IrOR SALE THREE OF THE CHEAPEST
' houses In Washington, 10H, 108 and 110
11th st n o; two-story and basoment, hrown
ptono trimmings; 7 rooms nnd bath: elootrlo
bells and gas: price, 3.MX each, 8500 onsh
balance to suit or trado for good lots.
JTtOH SALE-OH RENT-BEAUTIFUL COR
' ner houo; 7 rooms; handsomely pa
pered; 1000 North Carolina ave. Wortli 3V
000. Will soli nt a sncrlflco or rent low.
OWNER. Room ?n. 810 F st. n w.
Advertisements undtr this head, four lines or
lets, 25 cents for out Insertion: 60 cents for three.
s-r s s r s- , s r S- s- JS S-S- S jr s S -" -
1701RIavonw.l7rs $200 00
1413 Mas nvo, 17 rs and stablo 200 00
1411Kstnw. 13 rs 200 00
l(22Vtnvonw, 10 rs 200 00
1011 Conn avo, IS rs 175 00
1228 III stnw, 15 rs U5 00
lUOiethstnw.llrs Vl' 00
1737 q st n w. 11 rs loo 00
14C0 Chapln st n w, 13 rs 100 00
llf! Pstn w,12 rs 100 CO
101 "SUm w.llrs 1010)
410 Cth stnw, lOrs 75 00
KS 15 stn w.llrs 75 ft)
1402 Chapln stnw, 12 rs 75 00
ISCOLstn w, 10 rs 70 00
014 12th st n w. 10 r.i GJ CO
(27(st nw,10rs CO 00
107 M st n w, 10 rs 00 00
17M P st n w, 10 rs V CO
I'st, ncar2lBt,7r3 60 10
1S01 21ft st n w. 8 rs 60(0
1010 Corcoran stn w. 9rs 4S ro
1538 1 icrco rinco. 0 rs 10 CO
2032 G st n w. 10 rs 40(0
11711 stnw,8rs 3100
2900lstn w,2rs HI 31
iixu H si n w, o rs n
1354 41 st s w. 0 rs 18 00
The abovo bouses can bo examined by por
mit Irom our ofllco only.
THOMAS J. FISHER A CO.,
lSJIFst. n. w.
vdandTa nvo. 21rs... 5125 00
1737Nst,12rs lib 67
015 E st n w, lCrs , 100 00
U4 17th stnw, lOrs 100 00
1021-23 w stnw, lurs ui os
2081ststnc. 17 rs 85 00
2101st stnc,17rs 80 01
1011 Nil avo, lOrs 70 50
fP2 11lhstn w. 13rs 73 0",
17.MM stn w.llrs 75 CO
13b B st n e, Ors 75 00
1136 Cth stn w. 15rs 70 00
2.'U'dstnw, lOrs 05 80
ICOSFstnw, 14rs CO 00
131 Md avone. Urs CO 00
IMS Nil avo nw. Ors 65 00
101221 stnw. Ors 60 CO
lSEstn W.14rs 42 60
C21 Pstnw.lOrs 40 00
1035 15th st n w, 8rs 45 00
140531ststn W, lOrs 45 00
3327I'st.l2rs 40 00
21(1 Cst n w, Ill's 30 00
323 C stnw, 7rs 35 40
1317 22d st II w, 8rs 33 00
dlSBstne, 8rs 30 15
1030 14th stnw,7rs 28 00
1605 ICthst nw, 8rs 27 95
431 Qstn W. 6rs 3100
1320Vstn W.7T3 25 55
2040 7th st. 9rs 25 50
2S20 N st n w, 8rs 25 ii
24221 M st n w, 7rs ...- 20 50
1208nstno7rs 25 40
1108 lotn st n w. Gri .. ... 2185
2114Kstnw,6rs 25 30
1015 Madison st, Brs 25 00
015SOave.Crs 23 00
1125 N J avo. 7rs S3 04
1720 irtli st n w, 8rs, 22 80
im;: si, trs uir
lOSlNCanst, Crs 19 50
1215 2911m w,8rs 20 40
15523dstnw. Crs 20 30
413 11th st 8 e, Ors 10 07
Hynttsvllle, Crs 10 00
243111st nw,4rs 15 85
SOlQnw.Srs 15 30
2235 Cleveland, Crs 14 00
2211 Clovcland ave.Crs avo 13 00
S024Nstn w.5rs 12 8-
1C08 16th st n w. 8rs 12 M
11206th stne,6rs 12 30
2110 Pet. 3rs 12 00
01stnw,4rs 11 80
Temperance avo n w. 6rs 11 30
339 McLean ave s w, 5rs 11 30
63 Fenton place no, 5rs 11 00
1020 5th st n o, 5rs 10 50
118JIsts o 1000
4 Columbia avo n w, 4rs 9 30
1722 JlcKeovcr's alley, 4rs 8 60
2518 15th St. 4 rs 8 80
1 Ifumsey alley 8 00
1013 Tcmperanco avo, 4rs 7 60
20137th stnw 15 00
912 21st stnw 10 30
B. U. WARNER & CO,, 910 F st n w.
1017 15th stnw, 12 rs, far $150 00
12U2 stnw, mrs, nir imj lxj
1001 II stnw, lOrs, fur 100 00
8327Nstnyr. 13 rs.
732 21st stn w, 14 rs
814 1st stnw, 10 rs
511 Spruco st
ISMTstn w. 8 rs
1013 T stn w, Ors
710 9th st n o, 6 rs
1810 8th st n w, 5 rs and stablo
i.HAs. is. ii&nisa,
With John F. Waggaman,
N. w. cor. 14th and U sts. n. w.
J7IOR RENT TWO BRAND NEW 8IX
' room frame houses, high and dry loca
tion; near churches and public school in
Uniontown. Inquire of A.BEUREND,43SU
st n w
11)11 RENT ROUMS,
Advertisements under this htad, four lines or
less, 25 cents for one Insertion: 60 cents for three.
BUlto or 8lnglo, at tho Buckingham, 920
15th st n w. overlooking MoPherson Square.
T70R RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS,
1 nultnble for contlomon. No. 008 M st n w.
MONEY TO LOAN.
SO. HILL, REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
. Bargains In all parts of the city. Life
nnd Flro insurance. Corner Sth and F sts
n w, Le Droit Building.
ONEY TO LOAN FOR I.UILDINfTpUR-
poses. No delay whon security Is uc-
ccrtablo. EMMONS & BROWN, 030 F st n w.
Tlt ONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE OR
lVl first-class securities at lowest rutes of
interest. No dolay where security Is good.
O. O. GREKN,
ONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY.
TITLE CO., 470 La ave.
IN ALL SUMS,
TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY,
AT 5 AND 0 PER CENT.
JI. M. PARKER,
1118 F St.
INSTALLMENT LOANS WE ARK AU
tboilzedbythoUnltod 6eenrltv Life In
surance and Trust Commny of Philadelphia
to advance money on Improvod property in
Washington up to 75 per cent, of actual mar
ket value, with or without llfo Insurance
Louns payable in monthly or quarterly in
btallments, running 5, 10, 15 or 20 years. In
many Instances tho payments are less than
tbo rental uf a bouse. F. U. SMITH & SON,
1222 F stn w.
MONET TO LOAN
In sums to suit
On Approved Real Kxtate Security.
Ii, H WARNER A CO.,
91S V st. n, w.
11-story and basement 10 room brick
house; all modern Improvements; situate
8ccond street, between O and D se.
471) Prlco, $8,000.
3-story frame bouse, with larco lot; situate
on Sixth street, between 11 and O so.
S77 Price, $3,000.
H-story brick house, containing 0 rooms
nnd bath; size of lot, 18x75; situate on ('
4G8 Price, 50,000.
8-story and back building brick dwelling;,
containing 10 roams; ull modern Improve
ments; situate on corner of Ninth aud 0
462 Price, $3,000.
Q-story brick Iiouec, 0 rooms nud bath;
situate on I. street, between North Capitol
ami first streets uw.
403 Prlco, $2,550.
3-story brick house, containing 12 rooms;
all modern Improvements; sltuato No. 0JI
K street nw.
428 Prico, $10,r.00.
3-story brick house, 10 rooms; slio of lot,
2.1x125; sltuato No. 1422 N st. nw.
281 Price, $10,000.
2-story and basement; brick house, 7
rooniB and bath; situate on New ilnmpshlro
avenue, bet. L nud M sts. nw.
4C0 Price, $0,300.
2-story 0-room brick house; sltuato on
Cleveland ave, bet. 12th and 13th, W and
405 Price, $1,000.
2-story C-room bilck house, on Wallach
4S1 Pi Ice, $1,300.
2-story 0-room brick house; situate on
442 Tilcc, $5,100.
S-story brick houso, containing 11 rooms
and bath: and all modern Improvements;
situate No. 1220 G st. n. w
450 Price, $15,000.
Improved property on tho north side of
G St., wide front.
444 Price, $35,000.
A largo stable property In a desirable lo
cation; now under lease to good tenant,
317" Prico, $28,000.
404 Frame dwelling. Grunt ave., Mount
Pleasant. Price, $7,000.
400 Four alley houses, containing 4
rooms; each rent for $15 per month. Prico,
4S9 8-rooni framo house, lot 20x75, on L
tt. ec. Price, $2,000.
497 2-story and cellar brick house, 0
rooms and bath; sltuato oil Columbia
Heights. Price, $10,000.
Houses In Alexandria, Vu,
3-story brick dwelling, 13 rooms, with
ofllco annex nnd largo side lots; sltuato on
i or. Duke and St. Asaph sts.; lot 7SxS9.
3-story nnd back building dwelling, con
taining 12 rooms and bath; lot 70x90; slt
uato No. 014 Prlnco et.
402 Trico, $0,500.
3-story nnd back building brick house,
containing 13 rooms; situate on southeast
cor. Prlnco and Patrick sts.
452 Price, $3,500.
4-story brick dwelling house, built in tho
most substantial manner, containing; 20
rooms; slzo of lot 52x112.
391 Trice, $0,500.
2-story and back building brick houso,
containing 8 rooms, sltuato on Columbus
6t., near Prince.
483 Prico, $2,400.
498 3-story brick dwelling nouso, con
taining 10 rooms and all modern improve
ments; largo side yard; situate on cor.
Washington nnd Cameron sts., opposite
Old Christ Church, Alexandria, Va. This
Is the befct situation In Alexandria. Price.
$8,000. Terms One-third ca6h, balance
ono and two years.
Houses nt Falls Chnrcli, Va.
A new cottnpo, situate only 5 minutes'
wnlk from Falls Church stations, W. & O.
R. R., Va., containing 0 rooms, bath, pan
try, und trunk room; slzo of lot, 110x150
feet. Price, $3,100. Terms oasy.
ALSO A new cottago, sltuato only 5
minutes' walk from Falls Church station,
W. ifc O. R. It.. Va., containing, parlor,
dining-room, kitchen, 4 bed-rooms, bath,
servants' room and attic. Prlco, $3,500.
Turunt Ground Nortlieust nml .South-
Alt VS. BMUU V WW tlllttt
" " Bouth 1093
' " 1030
" ' 1013
Half of " 1111
4 lots " 10S6
5 " " 1095
3 " 1084
1 " " 1107
1 " " 1027
4 " " 1005
1 " " 1015
1 " ' 1080
1 " " 1038
3 " " 1020
2 " " 1098
11 " " 1057
2 " " 812
10 " " 1050
7 " " 1003
Building Lots In all sections of tho City.
Real Estate Broker,
1301 VKticel, WuauliiKCoii,
PI OI'OSALH FOR RUPI'LIRH FOR TIIR
POSIOI'FHE DEPARTMENT AND
Wahiivoton, D.O , Marcli 12, lfOO,
SEAl.FD PROPOSALS will bo teceltcil iif.
this ln'pnrtmerit nnlll hATURDAY, THR
12111 OP APRIL 1h00, nt 12 o'clock noon,
fur furrilthlng wrapping paDcr, wrapping pa
I rr for facing slips, twine, lotterscalo'. po l
iiiiitUrg and rating stampi, rubber stamp ,
canceling Ink, jnfls, paper, envolcpeK, rubber
gimds, liens, lien holders, poncll", Inks, mil !
luge, glass Roods, ruler-, foldors, nrtloloi uf
wci, runner orarcrii, uooks. type-wriieraup
piles nnd tnlix-cHanontii, stationery, In sin h
quantities uf thu different articles, resp t
Ivclv. and at such tin. v ar.d from timo to timo,
nullify inn? be ordered, during tho flsoal your
beginning July 1 im, nnd ending Juno 't),
IMil, for the mo of any branch of the tie
psrlmenlnl or postal fcrvlco.
Blanks for proiosnls, with spci lllratliu-i
gmng ilrlal cd rlutrmint of tho require
n cntH to be met In respect to each article,
and also Hie estimated quantities probably
to to required or each and giving full In
struetloi.s as lu the manner of bidding and
fondltlniis to bo observed by bidders, will
bo furnished on application to tbo Snpcrln
ItndcntM tho Dhlrlonnf l'o'tofllco Supplies,
Poftofllco Department, Washington, D. C
Tim Postmaster deneral reserves tho rlgV
to reject nny or nil b'ltg, to waive technical
dcfcilnnud to accept nny part of any bl 1
nnd rojoct the other part.
m 11,21,28, up I Postmnitnr-Gcncral,
PROPOSALS FOR KEEPER'S HOI SB,
rip rap protection, slope paving, &c , on
Tastern Pranch Bridge, D. C U. t. Engi
neer Ofllce, 2130 Pa. nvo n. w., Wasblngto'i,
l. C March 7, 18C0. Sealed proposals In
triplicate, will ho rccelrcd at this nfllco until
12m. on FRIDAY. APRIL 4, IPW.for tho fol
lowing work on tho Eastern Branch Brldgo,
D. O ,vlz: Tho construction ot awMtchmin s
house, fenco, sldownlk. slono paving, rurb
lug. gutters, rip ran protection and painting.
Thu intention ot bidders Islnvlted to tho new
of Congress approved Pebruary 2(1, IStt, and
February 23, 1P87, vol. 23, p 312. and vol. 21, p.
414. ttntiites ut Largo. For specification-!
in ii nu iniormnuon nppiy to l'fill',11 u.
11AINS. L'ontcnant-Colonel of Engineers.
Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms.
"TEAN & HINDMAHSH.
4G2 Louisiana Avenue.
60.1 D streetnorthwest,
Wcbstor Law Building.
Residence. 1218 II streot northwest.
alHOMAS M. FIELDS,
Attorney nt Law,
Corner 41 and D tdroets nw.,
Washington. I), V,
Resldmce, 0C8 0. st. nw. fe28 50,1m
AG. RIDDLE. HKNHY E. DAViiT.
RIDDLE & DAVIS,
Attorneys at Law.
Havo removed thulr ofllcs to the FoniUlt
Building, corner Pour and-half and D streets
VUEBB & WEBB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS,
400 Fifth fatreot,
Wasiiij,oton, D. C",
Willlnm II. Webb.
Henry Randall Webb,
John Mdney Webb. fcb2r,dfc,',tt
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW,
Washington, D. (.'.
321 Pour and-a-half street, fo27 d&3,tf
321 and SSI 4 st., Cbauncoy Building, near
Louisiana avo.. Washington, D. 0.
rractleos in tho Courts of the District nnd of
I'rlnco George's County, 3fd. fe27 d&S,lf
T EON TOBRINE1L
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW.
322Four-and-a-ball strcel n.w.,near City Hall,
Washington. P. C. fe27-d&S,U
pDWAUD A. NEWMAN,
Washington, D, O.
321 Four-and-a-half street n. w.,
CiiAiars Aheht. Joh.n IV. Waiim:ii.
A BERT & WARNER,
Attorneys at-Law, Rooms 0 and 10.
4E2 Louisiana avenue, W asblnaton, D. C.
Praotlco In tho Courts of tho District,
Court of Claims, bupremo Court of tho- ,
United States and Executive Departmental-
pOBERT E. L. WHITE,
482 Louisiana Avonuo,
P. O. Box 701. Washington. T. O.
TT S. BERLIN,
472-478 Louisiana Avenue n. w.,
fc27dAstf Washington, D. C,
Q F. PHILLIPS. J. O. ZACHRY.
O. F. D. McKENNEY.
PHILLIPS, ZACnRY & McKENNEY,
Attorneys at Law.
Sun Building, F st.
T ALTHEUS JOHNSON,
fc27-distf 408 Fifth Street.
FOR BALK AND KENT.
pEAL ESTATE BULLETIN
TnOMAS. E. WAGOAMAN, 017 F street.
Chances mado Wednesdays and Saturdays.
3-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1013 101b st n w. b h, m 1, 10 rs 5 12,00
WDMBtnw, bhmi, 13 rs 11.000
207Gstn w, bh,ml,10rs 8,000
1128 Cth etnw.bb, 0 rs 8.0CO
223 Indiana avon w, b h, Ors 7,900
1731 19th 6t n w, b b, 3 rs 7.800
1229 Mass ave n w, f h, Brs 7,350
381 stn w, bh, 11 rs C&oo
b056thetnw, bh,S rs 4.S00
lOKstnc.bb, 12 rs 4.300
2-STORY BRICK AND FRAME HOUSES FOR
1311 D st n w. f h, 6 rs 83,000
3328 to 3334 P stnw, f h, 5 rs 6,000
141228thstn w.bh, ml, Ors 3,000
1247 and 1249 Madison st n w, f h, 4 rs,
and 2b h rear 4,600
831to833 22dBt.nw, bb.Ors 4,300
405 to411Baar's alley n w,bh,4 rs 4,000
423 N st n w, f h, S rs, and 2 bouses rear 4.000
lt.13 12th st nw, f h, 7 rs 3,773
205 12th tt n w, b h, 0 rs 3,000
UNIMTROVED PROPERTY FOR 8ALB.
list, bet 3d and 4th els se SI 25
13 j tt, bet Canal and C sts n w 1 00
Massnve. bet Dol ave and 1st stn e 1 00
O st, bet 1st and 3d sts n w 81
N c cor Va ave and 22d st n w . 75
G st, bet 2d and 3d n o GO
S w corSd and Lstsn o 50
Mount Pleasant 40
5th st, bet Va ave and Gtrtso...., 30
HOUSES FOR RENT.
47 22d st n w, 0 rs S30 00
142Cttno,7ra 20 CO
6C7Nstnw.7rs 20 00
1406 Md avo n e, 0 rs ' '
1230 Wyllo tt n e, B rs '
COS I st n o. 6 rs ''" fc.
1302 41 ft 8 w, Ors
Klllst no, 5rs
31710th stn e 5rs
411 Bel aos w.Brs
1337 and 134141 ets w, 5 rs
Rear 313 Astf c 4 rs
121 Blagdon's alley n w, S rs....
lSCODst s w, 4rs
2239 10th stn w, 4 rs
831 2d stne, 1 rs
11 Ft Terraces e 4 rs
T05, 707, '09 Parragut Bt n w, 5 rs
1122 Green's alley uw, 2rs
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT
"1 , J
Sato as U. S. bonds: 5 per oenti
quarterly; In sums of 31,000.
In sums to suit at 0 por cent.
The abovo Is only a portion of the pmj 's
on my books. Por full list call at ofU e for
bulletin, Issued on the 1st and 1Mb
HID 1' ktrwl. Jlcniber of Wihblnt.(o"
Slocli Fjieliuiiijf. All ltK-ul t2Cll8
nnd hecurlUf-M bouulit aud Hold.